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CIT Y NEWS IN BRIEF
OffTod-r t h- Bivpn br the
of the Jon Lee Memorial
T2 this afternoon at the home
'! Mft T C. Rosenberger, 698
Sorth Liberty street.
At Ue Bllgh theatre.
, ,4 ( . , -
Uft Sod.il rianned
lirs-'Mary L. Fulkerson, coun-
,nerintendent of schools vis-,
iLa the Clear Lake and Mission License Issued
Ita . A marriase lice
i reports Jhe Clear Lake school pa
trons are preparing 10 nom a bas
ket social Friday night and the
patrons of the Mission Bottom
school will give an entertainment
Saturday night. On both occas
ions Thanksgiving day sentiments
will be given a prominent place
on the program.
longing to CM. Laffontt of Amity
ttB reponea 10 t ne police as pass
ing a street car which was stopped
to receive and unload passengers
at the intersection of State and
Rijrdon and Ron
RelUbla funeral director.
One font Sale
nation schools yesterday bne ,..tiM,., b the COunty clerk to
Anna A. Mtttelstad of Jefferson
and Charles X. DeGel of Seattle.
Don't Ever Marry
Last times, today,
Kingham to Ikeview
To assist in cleaning up the
docket in the circuit court at
Lakeview. Judge Georce G. Bing
ham, of this district, expects to
go to LakeTiew December 11. He
will preside over some cases in
which the newly appointed judge
of the district, J. M. Batchelder, Is
personally interested and because
of which Judge Batchelder is dis
qualified. Fresh Salmon 7 Cents
Fitts Market, phone 211.
Cycles Disturb Kerv
Consideration on the part of
all motorcycla riders in passing
uuuuiiigH in i Tnicn services are
being held Is requested for the
tuture. A complaint sent to the
police station j from South Com-
imercial street will undoubtedly
make the request imperative. It
appears from th-s complaint that
tne evening services held at Les
he Methodist ! church have been
greatly disturbed by the frequency
with which motorcycles pass the
church with mufflers wide open.
Services of the church have been
disturbed for some time by this
practice which is considered en
tirely unnecessary, and the re
quest that it be stopped will be
granted. Police Officer Moffitt
was detailed to attend to the mat
Boy AVanta Home
One boy, IS years old. wants
to do chores for board and room
while attendine hieh school.
Phone 188. ' " v
Two fine Indian blankets are
reported by Itav Lewis. 996 South
Twenty-second street, as having
Deen taken from his buggy, which
was left in a livery barn Sunday
night. A description of the blan
kets as given the Salem police.
land board,."T&e question arose
through failure of the Coos Bar
lUrOur to publish thahotlce of the,
proposed sale of. tide lands In
Coos county for the full period
of CO days, while the Marshfield
Record published the legal per
iod. The attorney general holds
that the statute must be followed.
I'nglLsh Walnuts for Kale
I E. Latourell, Salem Heights.
25 "bars Savon Soap. ...... .$1.00
10 pounds Onions. i . ... .25c
Onions, per set ... . . $2.00
Spids, per sack. $1-50
Wfteat, Per hundred. $4.00
The Highland Grocery
Phone 495 746 Highland Avenue
DOUGHNUTS 35c Doz.
SALEM BAKING CO.
433 Court Street Phone 954
Can O. H. Tracy Wood Co.
for aU kinds of-
ITALIAN PRUNE TREES
1 few left, all grades; also vari
ou kinds of nursery stock. We
tra now. making fall delivery.
ITUTTLAXD NURSERY CO.,
Eonta f, Salem Phone 111F21
r ... ...
Wpjaette Yalley Transfer
Tut Out Freight Bally Between
! ; Portland and Salem
: Phone 1400 :
SAIH1 CLEANERS AND
Repairing and Alterations
tf 15 S. Com! St. Phone 1868
Sleep In Jail-
John Hliey ana Donald liurnett
were given a mgnt s lodging in
the county jail Monday night.
aSan Not 'Injured
An elderly man stepped off the
curbing at State and Thirteenth
streets yesterday in front of a
passing automobile and was
struck down by a fender on the
machine and carried a short dis
tance before the driver could stop,
according to a report made to the
police, by Clare Scott, driver of
the automobile. Mr. Scott said
the man was not injured and he
took him to his home.
Crucifix J j
By McCormack and Werreurath
ask to hear this sacred record.
II. L. Stiff Furn. Co.
An automobile collision, oc
curred yesterday at the intersec
tion of Chemeketa and Capitol
streets when automobiles driven
by C. T. Haynes and E. W. Muller
collided. Both of the machines
were somewhat damaged but no
one was injured.
Photographs for Christmas
The very thing you want, to
supply your many friends with
acceptable gifts. Parker-Shrode
An automobile bearing license
number 42219 and recorded as be-
WHEJt ZH BATXM. OSSOOH
A Horn Aw7 from Horn
Strictly Modern fl.00 par day
100 Booms of Solid Comfort
Only Hotel in Baiineai DUtriet
The Vacuum Cups have ar
A. H. MOORE'S 1
Salem School of Expression
Lola Rosamond Walton, Director
147 N. Commercial
Phona 692 1484J
Weekly Recital Class
m iva.at c
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
1 S4.00 and $3.00
Secure Reliable ' Fruit and Orna
mental Trees, Small Fruits, Roses
from - - '-- . r
THE SALEM NURSERY "
428 Oregon Bids. Phorie 1763
Intruder in Basement
A call was sent to the police
station Monday night by Robert
B. Duncan, 611 South Commer-
cial street, that there was some
one in the basement of his home
and an officer was wanted to in
vestigate. Police Officers Victor
and Brown answered the call, and
found the basement window had
bene jimmied, through which an
entrance into the basement had
been gained. However, It ap
peared that the intruder had been
Mike Picalo. little Italian, five
feet high. 59 years old. with dark
brown hair, blue eyes and weigh
ing about 120 pounds, has strayed
from the state hospital where he
was helpng with the gardening.
He is a patient at the hospital and
wandered away yesterday afternoon.
Htorjr Teller Meet
The story tellers group of the
Salem Arts league will meet In
the educational room of the
Salem public library tonight at
7:30 o'clock. Miss Adella Chap
ler and Harold Cook will lead the
discussion and Miss Helena Wll
lett will entertain with stories.
A general Invitation, not only to
members of the arts league, but
to otters as well, is extended.
Your Order Placed Now
Will insure you the very best
results, and the work will be fin
ished in ample time for Holiday
delivery. Sittings evenings or
Sundays by appointment. Parker
Wataon Funeral Today t
Th? funeral services of James
Watson, who died at the home of
his daughter. Mrs. E. S. Tilllng
hast, at the Oregon School tor the
Deaf Monday night, will be held
from the Webb & Clough chapel
today at 2 o'clock p. m. Rev.
James Elvin will officiate. In
terment will be In City View cemetery.
Your Friends Want Them
You can supply them we will
make them for you-your photo
graph. It will solve the gift prob
lem and eliminate all the worries
of Holiday shopping. Parker
Lenvo for California
Mr. and Mrs. F. Bradv. 139
Saginaw street, and their daugh
ter. Mrs. George Fawk. left yes
terday for Los Angeles, where
tney will spend the winter. Mrs.
urady has two brothers in Los
Angeles and a daughter. Mrs,
Amos Mlshler. at Covlna. Cal.
Cahhace. U( lb- Delivered
Ward K. Richardson. Phoue 494
alon. to the Southern Pacific that
the school will be able to meet the
guarantee of 125 passenrers re
quired by the company. Although
It was originally planned to run
a special each war It was found
Impossible to get the required
number for the retnrn trip, so the
rooters will come back on the
regular 4:50 train.
At the meeting yesterday
speeches were heard from several
of the students. Including the cap
tain or the team and other team
men. Leslie Springer, represent
ing the alumni, and J. C. N!.on.
representing the faculty, spoke.
The results secured from the
meeting were extremely satisfac
tory to those in charge of the ex
cursion and a rousing time on the
trip is assurred. According to
present plans the boys will ser
pentine through the streets of Eu
gene Immediately upon their arrival.
Esther Hill lam Die
Esther Gilliam. 17 years old.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. K.
Gilliam. 1295 North Summer
Mreet, died Tuesday at the
Deaconess hospital. The remains
are at the Terwilliger Funeral
rarlors. Funeral announcement!
will be made later.
Legal Blanks '
Get them at The, Statesman of
fice. Catalog on application.
Jury Trial Start eC
The case of Harry Loomis
charged with cruelty to animals.
will be given a hearing before
Judge Earl Race today at 2 p. m.
Loomis has engaged an attorney
and has demanded a jury trial.
The Home ot the VIctrola
You get more for' your money St
It Pays to Trade as The .
FARMERS CASH STORE
CL Bnrtesi PnrdsOl - '
47 North Commercial 47
Opens' lip the pores jot the
skin, starts good circulation
of the blood and knock Ex
ema and other skin diseases
gaily west. Thus says Mr.
Purdy, manager of the Ore
gon Bath House. Open daily
from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m.
OREGON BATH HOUSE
Oil Companies Report'
The Associated Oil company of
California hs filed with the sec
retary of state a sttement of its
business in Oregon for the month
of October, showing sales ot 587,-
671 gallons of gasoline and 36,
563 gallons of distillate, on wheh
was Paid a tax of 16059.48. Dur
ing the same period the Shell
company of California sold in the
state 185.348.5 gallons of gaso
line on which it paid a tax of
For Your Chrlstm
What could be more appropri
ate or more acceptable than your
photograph? Some attractive buys
in strictly high class work. Parker-Shrode
World famed Arctic . explorer,
Friday nisht at the armory. 8:15
p. m. Admission SI. Lyceum
ticket holders 75c. No reserved
seats. Doors open 7:30. Come
Mut Follow Law
. The state land board cannot le
gally sell lands unless the same
has been advertised for a period
ot 60 days In each of at least two
newspapers of general circulation,
one ot which must be published
In the county where the lands are
to be sold, says an opinion of At
torney General Van winkle writ
ten for G. G. Brown, clerk of the
ELECTRIC MACHINE &
for Tkor Washing Machines and
Eiactrio Work and g applies. . :
Ml Coort St. pWe 488
'i lortjas Jewelry
. 7eve!:ri tad Opticians
Talking Machines and Records
Player Pianos ana riayer nous
Tls Bicycle lor Everyone
tWTD E. HAMSDEf
- HfCowt Street; :
jfrd sad' Bicycle .Rspsirtof
Takes the plaee of
tiota at shout one
il iiax o;buren
N. Commercial 8t
1 44. vuxiuuerciax
KwOSOM ELECTRIC CO.
aTOiaC A3fl FIXTURE3
13 ortn Uberty Sfjreet
iA JI nS exchange
J ad second-hand furni-
. SIC. Wa Will hn. n
yr. p. wRidnT
In w ociioneer
" your gales with, us
Call on ns before you sell
Corner Ferry and High Streets
.c Phone 1400 .
So A STORING
SAtD1 All Kbb
TRAHSFEr of Gopdi
conducts sales anywhere In
Marion or Polk counties.
Store located 270. N. Com'L
Better uooas sor liosw
EIGHE3T PSI0S PAID
i t Tot ' J
SECOND HAND PTJENITUBE
Capital Hardware & Furniture Co.
285 N. Commercial St. Phone 047
Store your Furs during summer
WEST FTJB CO,
S21 Court. Opposite Court House
CARL & B0WERS0X
383 Court Street Phone 409
Oar !rt flMt ( traeka tukln. ma
to riva Ton rrompt trie aaa
rack f taa U seeded for yow eb.
Oaantrr and Loaf DlataaM
Sinllna a Specialty.
We Bay sad BeU
W OOP AND Q O Ji Ij
D. A. ULKHEn, Maaaftx.
Aealdeaee Pkcae i89S
Dance eyery Wednesday
and Saturday .
TIRES and EVERYTHING
, . - at the.;;' -;
Great Western Garage
Opposite Court House
Phone 44 ' V
Very cheap, creamery doing good
business, close - to Salem, price
84000, 83600 cash, balance terms.
341 State Street
Will H. nennett. state auoerin
tendent or banks, left last night
for San Francisco to attend a con
ference of bank officlala called by
the federal resenre bank of the
12'h federal reserve district.
J. L. Jack and B. G. Seely or
McKee were In the city yesterday
to consult with the county court
regarding matters In their dis
Henry Porter or AumsTille was
a business Tisitor in the city yes
Thomas 3. Mackinzie. who ia a
subject ot Great Britain, has de
clared his intention to become a
citizen of the United States. Dec
laration papers were filed to that
effect with the county clerk recently.
F. A. Elliott, state forester, la
in Clatsop county on official
Misses Alice and Mary Wells.
Willamette students, are enjoy
ing a visit at Lausanne hall from
their mother who lives in Port
land. Miss Martha Ferguson,
also of Lausanne, la being visited
by her mother 'from Hood River.
A. G. Steelhammer of Silver-
ton-visited his son, Oecsr Steel-
Adjutant General George A.
White will lesve today for San
Francisco where he will attend s
conference' of adjutants general
called by General Hunter Liggett
for the purpose ot formulating
plans for reorganization of the
national guard. He will be ae-
comnanled hr MalAr Hiram IT
Welch. . inspector-instructor
the Oregon national guard.
Marion Ccunty Team is
First in Stock Judging
First prize was awarded the
Marlon county team la the boy'a
and girl'a stock-Judging contest at
the Stock Show in Portland Mon
day. The team which was selected
from among the members of the
United States National Bank Pig
club, waa composed of Lewis Dra
ger, Lyle Rains and Homer Bray.
A beautiful silver cup ottered by
the, Pacific northwest fafnn trio of
newspapers was taken by the team
and a gold medal for each mem
ber of the team was awarded.
The Spokane county. Washing
ton team won second place and
Klamath county third.
Individual honors In the stock-
judging contest were taken by
Harold Pugh of the Linn county
team with 4SS points out of a pos
sible 500. The prle is two week's
scholarship at Oregon Agricul
tural college summer school with
all expenses paid. Lyle Rains, of
this county was second, score 443
points and Dale West, Klamath
connty. third, score 431.
Customer What! 1500 for that
antique? Why, I priced It last
week and you said $350. '
Dealer Yes, I know; but the
cost of labor and materials has
gone up so! -
HARDING IS INVITED
i TO VERA CRUZ
! (Continued from Page 1)
ot all kinds such as furniture,
stoves, ranges, machinery, of all
kinds see the , '
CAPITOL JUNK &
215 Center" . Phone 398
attesting the warm sentiment he
entertains for the United States
and therefore, that it would be
entirely appropriate for Senator
Harding, if so inclined, to return
the visit by accepting the. invita
tion ot Mexico.
"Senator Harding assured Mr.
Torres that It would give him the
greatest "pleasure and delight to
accept the Invitation provided it
could be arranged as to the date
and suit his movements without
Interfering wtth the Iprevloqslj
arranged itinerary for ma trip.
"He .suggested that it would be
hardly possible for him to make
the trip into the interior of
Mexico as far as the city ot
Mexico, or to be a guest at the
inauguration of General Obregon.
'Senator Harding assured his
caller that he spoke onlv aa
private citizen.' but that he was
sure America waa desirous of not
only wholly peaceful but cordial
ly friendly relations with Mexico
and her people."
-Pay As You Go Plan"
There's a reason why it is better to pay as you so. One
is that you always live within your income and soon
learn to save money.
'THE RESTLESS SEX"
Starts Sunday at
THE OREGON THEATRE
tTJUTXWUtS CO. OOMMNT
Sufficient Showing Made
for Excursion to Eugene
To arouse enthusiasm for the
Eugene excursion, which la to be
run by the Salem high school next
Friday, was the purpose ot assem
bly ot high school students yester
day. Notice was given by Frank
Chapman, in charge of the excur-
Will Buy a
ONE MINUTE ELECTRIC
The Store of HOUSEWARES
Vegetables and Fruit
Geo. C. Will
Pioneer Dealer in
Victrolas and Records
OUR bakery goods are
in great demand.
The orders are com
inir in from hither and
thither from the folks
who appreciate good
things to eat. If you hav
en't ordered our bread
that's one thing you owe
Philip Winters, Trop.
170 N. Commercial Street
Stop That Bark!
Schaefer's Cold Tablet.
Schaefer's Throat Balsam 25 C $1.00
Twenty-four hours after using these preparations you
will note a decided change
See us make these remedies in our south window
SCHAEFER'S DRUG STORE
Sole Agents for Garden Court Preparations
135 N. Commercial Street. Phone 197
h Brown Calf
and no war tax
Every one of our shoes including tne wonder
ful "Reials" are all offered at tie new low
prices anticipating the reduction! tLat are
promised for spring
An All -Weather Shoe
i the Heavy Brown Calf Manager last, double"
soles, the snappy appearing shoe with the fine
wear attached are- only $10.65
These Are Only Two of a great many bargains
offered in the l :
"Get From Under" Shoe Sale
now in Progress
At the Electric Sign "SHOES"
l&J REGAL SHOES J
ppnnlp nf Sslpm Atfpntinn I
I UUJIV Wl VUIVIIIJ 1 1 WWII SIUI3
Daring the Financial Campaign for the Boj Scoots, may I request
that all people wear the Scont Button on the lapel of their Coat, as a
check for the solicitors and that the Boys' of our Gljr may know
who are backing them. . .
SALEM ALB AlfY
I lmane 104T Phone784