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TUB OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON.
SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 20. 1920
NEWS IN BRIEF
-oon luncheon of the -Salem
'frcVl club, T..E. XjfcCros-
'"indent George W. Ilnsf
sn"i" . ka
... i the speaaer ai .
;rf,de. Mr. Ilurf 1 to
Li bis own subject. anVTlt is
t!od that it will bo a vital
SSTthtt.aU members will
reaUy Interested in.
that his. brother wag dead and
he warf preparing to po to th
funeral when he received another
telegram paying that his other
brother," living at McMinnville
was dead. The brother at As
toria, had a family, but the one
at McMinnville left no relatives
except the brother at Oak Grove.
The three brothers formerly lived
in Salem, having come from the
old country about 40 years ago.
tonio Minen ini. piano aceor- . .
, . ut at Ye Liberty today. Card of Thanks
'onlsl' i We desire to thank our fri
tm November eugenics clinic
f the Marion -County Children's
J ' will be held November
tead of November 27 be
of Thanksgiving. Mothers
fL to register their children
S J! a2l5 Mrs. R. L- Matthews
j jifrlew avenue, Salem.
Prices until further notice:
Boiling meat. "JQf
nvLf oven roast, 1.V ". i
ioae and round steaks. 22c. lth
nd State streets. i
Two Brothers Pie
- G. A. Larson of Oak Grove re-
rtived telegram from Astoria
Mrs. Mary L. Fulkerson, county
superintendent of schools, visited
schools at Donald. Lutteville,
Hroadacres and Johnson yester
day and reports the work in
these schools are in very good
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Irwin were
also arraigned and were fined $S0
Crowing Sunday Sehool
And live Endeavor society, at
First Congregational church.
II II r
"GIRL OF MY
Is The - Comedy
and relatives' for their kind as
sistance through the illness and
death of our dear husband and
son. and foo- the many beautiful
floral offerings. We especially
thank the Salem Automobile Co.
for their kind assistance at the
funeral. Mrs. Ruby Scharf, Mr.
and Mrs. S. B. Hill and family.
Charles Fuqua Dead
- Charles Fuqua, 56 years old.
died at his home, 720 North
Church street. Thursday night at
9 o'clock. He was a well known
resident of this city and a mem
ber of the Masons. The remains
are at the Rigdon funeral parlors.
TJie body will be sent to Willa-
mina for interment. Mr. Fuo.ua
i survived by his widow. Mrs.
Catherine Fuqua -of this city; his
parents. Xlr. and Sirs. Jordon
fuqua of Wulamina: a brother.
Amos Fuqua1 of Tillamook, and
a sister. Miss Laura Fuqua of
Two Couples License!
Marriage licenses were issued
esterday to Alice Lucile Andrews
and Harry M. Hunt of Salem, and
to Mabel Hoppe of Turner and
Albert Hennies of Turner.
Ciet Your Ticket h Early
A big treat Is in store for yon
if you attend the presentation of
the great Shirley Co. by Capital
post No. 9. American legion, in a
splendid concert of 20 numbers.
iouowed by a dance at Salem
armory Wednesday night. Dee. 1.
Admission, $1. J
Hi voire Granted
In the case of John W. Hyett
vs. Fannie W. Hyett. which was
given a hearing in the circuit
court yesterday and the plaintiff
in the action was granted a di
Manhattan Trio' -
Three boys who can really sing.
Today, the Grand.
Asked to Move On -
Police officers were called yes
terday) to the Southern Pacific
dtpot to scatter a number of ho
boes who were loitering about and
making of themselves a general
nuisance. They were made to
every day. is to take a short vaca
tion today, going to Portland to
be present at the wedding of his
sister. She was born Carrie How
ard, and was Mrs. Nat liurley and
is Mrs. Jim Driver now. having
t'ir been made a widow by the
grin reaper. There are a lot of
people in Salem who will wish SI
a pleasant vacation, and the
newiyweds all sorts of good luck.
Don't forget the story hour this
morning. 9:20 to lu:2, at the
Magazine CInb Rate
The Ace. 127 North High.
A complaint was filed in the
circuit court yesterday in the case
of Ellen G. Lambert vs. Henry
Glover et al. in which the plain
tiff, asks the court to make set
tlement in the will of Philip
Willamette vs. Whitman, con
ference game. Tickets 1.00.
Sleep in Jail
John Nash. C. H. Wagner,
Frank Stevens and Lloyd Veno
were given a niKht's lodging In
the city jail Thursday night.
Cooked Food Sale
Ladies of the Presbyterian
Church will hold a cooked food
sale Saturday at Welch's Electric
Store, 379 State.
Ifcar Dr. Matthews
"At First Congregatfonal church
Sunday morning. A great Sun
day school worker.
Teachers Skeed Rooms
f The Marion County Teachers'
institute will meet next week and
a big representation of teachers
from the county is expected.
Many will have to depend on se
curing rooms in private homes
and any who have a room to rent
is requested to. leave word at
the county superintendent's office.
Living the Life That Counts"
Sundar evening at First Con-
DIXIE . !
DOUGHNUTS 35c Doz.
SALEM BAKING CO.
C3 Court Street. Phone 954
Call O. It. Tracy Wood Co.
for all kinds ot
. . . dry wood
Eraept delivery Phone 520
ilZactte Valley Transfer
U ! Company
Tut Out Freight Dally BetweeS
Portland and Salem
Phone 1400 j
IALEII CLEANERS AND
Repairing and Alterations
211 L Com! St. Phone 1868
2 bars Savon Soap Sl.OO
10 pounds Onions. ......... ,2."c
Onions, per set. .......... . $2.00
Spuds, per sack. ...... i . . .$1.50
Wheat, per hundred. .$4.00
The Highland Grocery
Phone 496 746 Highland Avenue
The Vacuum Cups have ar
A. H. MOORE'S
Salem School of Expression
Lulu Rosamond Walton. Director
147 N. Commercial .;
Phone 592 1484 J
' Weekly Recital Class j
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
84.00 and S5.00
- Planting Time
teenre Reliable Fruit and Orna
mental Trees, Small Fruits, Roses,
THE SALEM NURSERY
428 Oregon Bldg. Phone 1763
Mill Wood Reduced
Five loads 16 ft. $20.00. Im
mediate delivery. Spaulding Log-
Trial T:arly Today
Frank Johnson, I alias Xel'son
Littlejohn, caarged with larceny
by bailee, entered a plea of not
guilty before Judge G. E. Unruh
of the justice court yesterday and
his trial was set "for this morning
at 9 o'clock. -
Cal!acv 1 i li Indivered-
Ward K. Richardson. Phone 494
Four Are Fined
C. F. Smith, room 41C-17 of the
Masonic Temple building, -and
Mr. and Mr. C. L. Irwin and J.
E. Spencer of Independence,
were arrested Thursday nighf in
Smith's rooms by police officers
Moffitt and White. Smith was
arrested en a charge of having
liquor in his possession, while the
others were charged with disor
derly conduct. The persons from
Independence were teleased and
their car held as a bond for the
three at $30 each. Smith, who
was enable to furnish bond placed
at $100. was held in jail until
yesterday when he was arraigned
before Judge Earl Race. He en
tered a tflea of guilty and was
fined $50. J. E.-. Spencer and
W. W. M00RE
The Home of the Vlctrola
Ton get more for your money at
It Pays to Trade at The
FARMERS CASH STORE
O. Burton Dnrdall
147 North Conuaerdal UT
of all kinds such as furniture,
stoves, ranges, machinery, of all
kinds see the - .
CAPITOL JUNK &
A decree was filed yesterday
quieting title to lots 10. 11 nd
12 of Sunnyside Fruit Farms So.
2. containing lti.9t acres of land.
The action was taken through W.
H. Harris vs. Charles W. Spaul
ding et al. The defendants In
the case did not appear, and the
plaintiff was cited as being the
sole owner of the property named.
Squashes, 2c lb. lelivered
Ward K. Richardson, phone 494
In the case of Mary Flynn vs.
William W. Flynn. an action to
secure a divorce, the findings and
conclusions of law were filed yes
terday in the office of the county
clerk, in which the plaintiff was
granted a divorce and the cus
thody of their minor child. Grace
Leonara. The defendant will be
required to furnish $20 a month
to assist in the maintenance of
the child, according to the con
clusions of the law.
Fresh Salmon 7 Cent
Fitts Market, phone 211.
Short Vacation for Si
Si Howard, the faithful servant
of Uncle SamueK who gathers a
couple of dray loads of mail in
the down town district of Salem
One C-roora and one 8-room
house in Salem on good
terms. I am stopping, at
the Oregon Bath House for
a few days. Call and see
me. Phone 540
ELECTRIC MACHINE &
f ENGINEERING CO.
r Taor Wishing Machines and
, Eectrte Work and Supplies.
Ill Court St. Phone 488
tct line Jewelry
Jaelerj and Optidanj
' THE "DAYTON"
, Bicycle for Ereryone
i IMTDB. RA3ISDEX
' MI Conrt Street :
U4 Bicycle Repairing
l iuei tne place 01
elotn at about one-
178 N. Commercial St.
C Commercial St
ffectric Sign "SHOES"
53 Jfwth Liberty Street
v$t Have You?
M U n exchange
tar. cond-han4 furni
tooii, nses, ru
. We will bay you
rCall on ns before yon sell
BISHOP BROS. -
Corner Ferry and High Street
Talking Machines and Records
Player Pianos and Player Eolla
IX BUSINESS FOR YOUR
Car not hitting right? Bring It
to us. A place to get tires, tubes,
spot lights, skid chains and tire
Great Western Garage
Phone 44. Opposite Court House
conducts sales anywhere In
Marion or Polk counties.
Store located 270 N. JCom'L
Better Goods for Leas
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
SECOND HAND FTJRNTTTJRE
siatml Carnets and Tools
Capital Hardware & Furniture Co.
285 N. uommwcm o-
Store your Furs during summer
. TJTEST FUR CO.
521 Conrt. Opposite Conrt House
CARL & B0WERS0X
3S3 Conrt Street Pnone 409
Dance every Wednesday
ONE MINUTE ELECTRIC
The Store of HOUSEWARES
"Where a dollar does
173 So. Commercial rSt.
Nuf sed, try them
Beef lo roast ..12c
Beef to boil 8c
Pure Lard -23c
30c to 40c
Extra fine Lamb, leg 18c
To roast 15c
An extra fine lot of baby
beef for you
Lamb Stew . 10c
Open Until 8 p. m.
Vegetable and Fruits
U ; .T
YOU will find it real
economy to buy our
bread. When you f ig
' ure out the cost of your
bread each week and take
into" account the amount
of work done by yourself
and how much more prof
itably you could spend
that time you will under
stand why thrifty house
wives purchase our bread
Philip Winters, Prop.
170 N. Commercial Street
Scout Rally Suixlay
The Presbyterian church, as la
woll known, has btn especially
friendly to the Hoy Scout move
ment. The S-out executive. Har
old Cook, is a member of this
church. Scouts have many times
unselfishly served this church as
ushets. Appropriate then it la
that on Sunday evening In thl
church a rally for the Boy Scouts
of Salem will be held. The Klks
orchestra of 10 pieces will help
furnish 'the music. The quartet
of the church will sing a special
selection. James Klvin. secretary
of the Y. I. C. A., will preside,
and brief addresses will be itivea
ty Walter Denton. Dr. F. L. Ut
ter and T. E. McCroskey. Boy
Scouts and every one Interested
in Boy Scouts Is invited to attend
is Eastern Classic
NEW YORK. Nov. 19 The
Harvard-Yale same. th la?t ot
the frre;tt eastern inter-varnity
football classics is the guOUandlntc
contest of tomorrow's jrridiron
schedule. Iiegardl of the two
defeats, which mar the KU's record
and the tie same regixterrtl be
tween Harvard and Princeton.
interest in the annual bastle of
the Crimson and Blue transcends
that centered in any of lhe,other
Harvard will enter the contest
lo the Yale bowi an overwhelminr
favorite over the home eleven, but
the probable playinr form ot the
two teams does not warrant the
odds quoted. This one-sided
favoritism Is based, to a sreat ex
tent upon the unekiectedly weak
showing of Yale aealnst Princeton
last Saturday. A careful analysis
of that Karne would appear to In
dicate that the lapses of the Elis
were more mental than physical
and If sucb conclusions are ar
rived at after a diagnosis after the
defeat, a radical development In
the Yale play is not only possible.
I)K Ml N Kit IH;S
Salem Biggest Football (uime
Whitman vs. Willamette.
Thanksgiving day. 1 p. m.. 91ck
Four Fatalities Reported
Four fatal' acciaents were re
ported to. the state industrial ac
cident commission for the week
ending November 18. These were
included among a total of 42
accidents in the state for the
week. The fatalities were: Gor
don C. McDougald. Oregon City,
laborer; Cil S. Tompkins. Bonan
za, tractor driver; Ben 11. Davis.
Banks, pondman; Clyde Schell.
McMinnville. logger. Of the to
tal number or accidents reported.
S03 were subject to the provis
ions of the workmen's compensa
tion act. 16 were from firms and
corporations that have rejected
l he act. and 23 were from public
utility corporations not subject
tc the act.
The C'reat Shirley dig
Will be presented in a splendid
concert of 20 numbers, followed
by a dance, by American legion
Capital post No. 9. In Salem arm
ory. Wednesday night, Dec. 1.
Bond Proceeds Received
The state treasurer's office yes
terday received S1.3S1.07S as
principal and accrued interest on
the' recent state highway bond
issue or $1,500,000 sold to Henry
Team or Portland. The bonds
were dated November 1 and ac
crued interest is paid to the ttate
for the first 18 days of the month.
Antonio Minervini. piano accor
dionist, at Ye Liberty today. .
CARDIFF. Wales.. Not. 17.
A million of the coal miners in
great Britain participated in the
strike, but there is at least one
who did not obey the union call
to quit work.
He presented himself for work
at a South Wales pit where 20
men were employed keeping tbe
colliery In order. He went down
for his seven-hour shift, cut coal,
put it In a tub and took it to
the pit mouth single handed. '
EFFICIENCY AND ECONOMY
BOTH of those elements enter into
the handling of money by CHECK.
One isn't so apt to spend unneces
sarily, nor can he be induced to use hU
money wastefully when it involves the
writing of a check.
We have many patrons here at the Unit
ed States National who have proven that
a bank account systematizes their
spending and increases their saving.
United States MonalKanll
Reliable funeral directors.
Van Winkle Maks Baling
J. J. Barrett, district attorney
for Clatsop county, has asked At
torney General Van Winkle
whether a proceeding to foreclose
tax liens is instituted by the ser
vice of a summons, or by filing
a complaint as in ordinary cases
to foreclose liens, or by filing an
application for judgment on the
printed form furnished try the
county clerk. The reply of the
attorney general is that such a
case is Instituted by the servfee
or summons. A further Question
is whether Ihe summons must be
served before the application for
judgment and decree is entered.
The reply is in the affirmative.
Now is the time to lay in your
winter's supply. We have a
limited quantity of extra fancy
SO lb. lots, per lb 15c
Onions. 15 pounds for.... 25c
Sweet Spuds, per lb 5c
White Table Turnips lb....2c
tirocery Specials for Katwrday:
Crown Floor, per sack..S2J)3
Fisher's Blend, per sack f2.tt
Hills Red Can Coffee. l's..53c
Hills Blue Can Coffee, l's. .39c
Shield Steel Cut Coffee. I'm 42c
Clenwood Steel Cut Coffee
Chum Salmon. 2 tall cans
10 bars White Borax Naphtha
Soap and 2 cans Old
Old Dutch, 3 cans for 2c
175 So. Commercial St.
Next to McDowell Market
DOUGHTON & MILLER
Our new store is now open for business. We will carry
everything in the line of hardware and will sell it under
conditions tinequaled elsewhere.
For Thanksgiving Needs
Carving Sets Roasters, Aluminum, Gr&nite. and Pyrex
Cooking Ware, Kitchen Cutlery, etc Full line Paints,
Varnishes and Glass.
$10.00 Prize for the best slogan to be used for oar bus
iness. Contest closes Nor. 30
DOUGHTON & MILLER
2S6 North Commercial SL
Capital Post No. O
American legion, will present
tne Great Shirley Co. in a splen
did concert and dance in Salem
armory. Wednesday night, Dec. 1.
By McCormack and Werreurath
ask to hear this sacred record.
H. L. Stiff Furn. Co.
Spruce Work Checked l'p
' r . A. Elliott, state forester, and
Ray Chapler, a representative of
the federal forestry office in
Portland, have been in Clatsop
and Lincoln counties checking up
or the spruce production camps
preparatory to effecting a settle
ment between the state and the
Spruce Production corporation.
Tillamook county remains to b
covered before the checking up
.?m Tin I
"Manhattan Trio." Grand today
Get thorn at The Statesman of
fice. Catalog on application.
Mrs. Harry Styles and daughter
Maureen have returned to their
Iiome. S59 Center street, from
Walla Walla where they visited
Mrs. StIes brothers. Drs. Elmer
ami Ben Hill, and her mother.
Mrs. Sarah Hill. The latter ac
companied them on the return to
Salem and will visit here several
H.'J. Hildeburn. a state high
way contractor, who is building
the Canyonville. rut-off in Dong
las county, was a caller at the
effices of the state highway de
Miss Palo ma Patricia Trbaty.
has been confined to her home
last week with an attack of bron
Women's, Misses' and Children's Wear and Articles for use
That every Store In Salem is adjusting stocks and getting from under
Do not buy any article that you have no use for
Shop the city thoroughly no matter where you buy
Pay As You Go
11 ($. gitiple QJo.
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