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TIIE OREGON STATESMAN. , SALiSM. OREGON.
SjaTURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 18. 1020
NEWS IN BRIEF
A Jersey calf Is reported misa-
s ins from the barn of a Mr. tnth-
TiSrtwM made to the police
lrel"" V Milo.. that his
r while driving an autonio-json on Riverside drive. Accord
f4th th on Commercial street, ing to the police court the caTf
ue. .r.rrtion of Chenieketa. was taken
l th an automobile driv- night.
w r S Hmilton. traveling
" t Both the avtomobiles were
& Wood r Sale
pbone 304 or 661.
Tailored Clothing Reduced
At Mosher's; high class tailor.
For you to hear Snow. Moose
hall, 7:30 Monday. (Adv.)
lle.uin-: Date Fixed '
Yesterday the final account in
the etat- of Nicholas J. C.ehlen
was Tiled, and an order setting
the dale of hearing as February
1, 1!21, waa issued by the court.
Order That Suit Now
At a liberal reduction. Mosher.
F. X. Derby
court yesterday irom road district
v 6- for tbe purpose of peti
tioning the court to appoint W
r uiks. as road patrolman of
fh. south side of the Abiqua. Th
.!. fontalned 13 signature;
For you to heax Snow. . Moose
hall, 7:30 Monday. (Adv.)
W. O. AV. Mill Initiate
In Armory Saturday night, Dec.
!8. Neighbors requested to be
there by 7; 4 3. '
ness, and it Js alleged that Cous
ins sold a half interest in his bus
iness to another person without
informing himl of this require
ment of the law. It Is paid to be
Cousins' second, ortenae. lie was
given a hearing Tuesday.
l ot you to hear Snow. Moose J
hall. 7:30 Monday. (Adv.)
The Opened tiate of H-raven" I Stage Celebrity Recalls
will DC me t-priiinn Innlr at tnpi
evening service Sunday at First
Congregational 1 church. "Saints
of the Pilgrim Household" in the
morning. Forefather's Sunday.
One Fatality KeeoroVHt
TV, m r wa
Days in Drama With Men
and Women of Fame
P1'"" ..i.tmont lia not as vet
r-v . nuuiuiwi'U - -
L -.de. However, the peti-
fM favorably received by
Like linnquo's Ghost
The question of the ownership
of things used in common will
not down. It demands attention
and will continue to so demand
until it is settled, and settled
right. This can only be done by
Tyree Filen Suit J understanding all of the factors
In order to force payment on I involved. The question as" -to
loiu, wnicn ue claims is aueiwneiner ine tnings. usea in com-
Salem folk who are interested
in the drama and In persons of
The case of C. W. Fowler of 1 the h?atrcal world were again
him on a note, Darwin G. Tyree
brought suit against Eletha
Pruett yesterday. Mr. Tyree" also
asks the court in his complaint
for $150 for attorney's fees.
Vb Too Think of Good Clothe
Think ot Mosher, the tailor.
leral Blanks ) ,
Get them at The Statesman of
fice Cataloc on application.
Tailored Salts; ISedueed Prices
See Mosher, Court street.
i For you to hear Snow. Moose
fc 11, 7:30. Monday. (Adv.)
mon ishalr be owned in common
will fee discussed in Moose hall on
Monday at 7:30 p. m. by W. R.
:sno';. No matter what your
views, come: to the meeting and
help to a better understanding o!
the subject. (Adv.)
Alleganey, Or., a rigger who was
accidentally killed, was the only
fatality reported to the state In
dustrial accident commission for
the week ending December 18.
cut of a total of 392 industrial
casualties reported. Of the total
number! tof accidents 3S2 were
subject to the provisions or the
workmen's compensation act. 13
were from firms and corporations
that have rejected the act and 13
wereN from public utility corpor
ations not subject to the act.
Tailored Overcoats, $50
See the coatings at Mosher's.
Ask to hear this popular Fox
Trot. II. L. Stiff Furniture Co. !
"Ilooks ami Magazines
In! three-reel motion picture at
j First Congregational church Sun-
White Paroled s
William L. White who was ad
mitted August 23. 1920 to the
Oregon state hospital, was paroled
recently in care of a brother.
: . ln;l--. -"DARLING
"A" Homespun Hero" ,
Is The Comedy
DOUGHNUTS 30c Doz.
SALEM BAKING CO.
433 Court Street. " Phone 954
15 bars Savon Soap. . .$1.00
19 pounds Onions. ....... . ...25c
Onions, per set. .......... 92.00
Spuds, per sack. ......... .$1.50
Vleat, per hundred $4.00
The Highland Grocery
Fiona 49 746 Highland Avenue
W. W.M00RE '
Th Bom of tne Yletrola
lot tat more for your money at
It Tram to Trade at The
fAHmS CASH STORE
a Buxton Dardjdl
MT Iforta' Commercial SWT.
. Call O. H. Tracy Wood Co.
lor all kinds ot
fromDt fleurerj Phone 620
aay evening. Good music
quartet and chorus choir.
Costs Nothing V ..
For you to hear Snow. Moose
hall. 7:30 Monday. (Adv.)
Final Account Filed
The final account in the estate
ot John S. Ricket, deceased, was!
filed in th? County court jester-1
day. An order was also niea
f ix ng the date ot the hearing of
objections at 10 o'clock January
W. P. Cousins, who has follow
ed the occupation of an employ
ment agent at 273 3-4 Uurnside
street. Portland, suffered the re
vocation of his license by C. H.
Gram, stale ,labor commissioner,
jesterday. Under the law a per
son engaging in the business of
an employment agent must fur
nish 10 affidavits of freeholders
certifying to his fitness of moral
character to conduct such a busi-
Attend Hill'ii Xma Opening
Saturday. 331 State street. A
store full of the choicest in bloom
Law Ioes Xot Apply
Directors of irrigation districts
are not subject to recall by .Tote
of the people of the district, ac
cording to Attorney General I. II.
Van Winkle. In an opinion writ
ten for Percy A. Cupper, state en
gineer, he holds that the recall
law does not touch these officials.
Saturday at Hill's flower shop.
331 State. A great display or the
season's most-beautiful blooniln?
Every Suit at Mosher's
Reduced. See our patterns.
Equipped to haul anything local
and long distance. . Flat rates to
Portland. Portland storage. Sa
lem phone 1344.
The Vacuum Cups have ar-
f rived at
: A. H" MOORE'S
, ' '- - Salei
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Secure Reliable Fruit and Orna
mental Trees, Small Fruits, Roses,
TIIE SALEM NURSERY
428 Oregon Bldg. Phone 1763
lALEM CLEANERS AND
' Repairing and Alterations
1211 S. Com'l St, Phone 1868
ELECTRIC MACHINE &
. ENGINEERING CO.
for Thor Washing Machlnei and
Electric Work and Suppuea.
117 Court St. I Phono 488
TalMnir Machines and Records
Player Pianos and Player Rolls
WTIHT"1 i"" I l.t.JUitf 1
Salem School of Expression
Lulu Rosamond Walton, Director
147 N. Commercial
f Phone 692 1484J
Weekly Recital Class
Willamette Valley Transfer
Fast Out .Freight Daily Between
Portland and Salem
IX BCSLVESS 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
Elks to Entertain
An entertainment will be put
on at the Salem armory next
Monday night under the auspices
of the Salc-ra Elks for Hoy Scout.
boys of the Y. M. C. A. and the
sens and daughters of Elks, and
to which a special Invitation has
been sent the boys of the state
training school. Refreshments
w ill be served by the Elks.
Of handmade fancy articles and
aprons, bv ladies of Presbyterian
church, at Davie's Candy Shop.
pleased last night with the ap
pearance here of Frederick Warde
in his lecture Fifty Years of
A large part of the address was
intimate reminiscence of the grea:
men and women of the EnglUh
and the American stace with
whom Mr. Warde had shared th
plaudits of the public through a
half century. Among those rnen-
tioned were Sir Henry Irving.
Charlotte Cushman. Adelaide Neil-
son Lawrence itarrett. Edwin
Itonth. LouU Jame and to in
terest the younger of his hearers
Mr. Warde said he was respon
sible for Doug Fairbanks taking
up a stage, career. Fairbanks, a
boy of about 17, sought Mr.
Warde at his room and mad
known to him his desire to go on
the stage after a lecture by Mr.
tYarde in a Denver high school.
"I discouraged him." raid the
speaker. "out next day his moth
er, a refined woman, came to rue.
and 1 promised to give the boy a
position, which I did." He told
some of the humorous incidents
of Fairbanks' first efforts on the
Mr. Warde believes tbe drama
lacks the power it carried 50
years ago. .He urged his hearers
to patronize the good plays that
come to local theaters.
"The way to bring them back
is" to patronize them." he said.
"On the other hand if an Indecent
play of suggestive title comes
along, don't talk about It, for that
advertises It. but don't go to see
It. That is the hardest blow you
can give It. We hav bathroom
plays and bedroom plays. I hope
soon we may get out Into the
dining room and the drawing
room, and best of all. God's good
Mr. Warde and his wire will
celebrate their golden wedding
anniversary next June.
'Oh. Vcll. You Know How Wo
men Je!" by Irwin 8. Cobb.
"ljlf Portions." a new book
of stories, by Edna Fcrber.
"Tp Wreckers." a railroad
storyf by Francis Lynde.
' Jicl Sam of Freedom llldge"
ly Margaret IrM-ott Montague.
TW Mystery la the Kitsuioro."
by Wlliam A. Johnson.
"lards uf Heaven." three char
acteristic Russian stories, by V.
G. Kproleinke. '
rri rreierrea. a siory ior
men "and boys of the rUe.ot a
oun man from errand - boy to
manner of teel works, by ller
T)ie Rescue." a romance of the
snauows. a new story by Joseph
Sbolook. Wild Hoy." an Es
kimo: story, by Roy J. Snell.
viSeld. Forest and Farm." a
lasrlwating book about the farm
and the garden, tor old or young.
j l.y Jan Henri Fabre.
'American School Toys." cut
ting ihem from wood with a scroll
(hern California and southern Or
egon felaUve to complaints of
the CaJlfornln a boat the re
clamation service rnttlag off the
water ot Klamath lake from their
lands. During the last summer
trioy barned i soiue jc.
Tlwy fear vone fires scxt 3aa-tner.
-Are yo food f fiction!
"I need to be bat my hatband
these lands, which are of peat j has sot me ted a p on It." Loals-
rharacter. caught fire and werellle Coarier-JouroaL
saw 'and painting ,and mounting
theng to stand, fully demrribed
with; pictures, by Charles A. Ku-
"Th Green forest Fairy
ItooW? by Loretta Ellen flradv.
hen I Was a. Girl In lc-
by Holmfrldur Arnadottlr.
PERSONAL MENTION I
New lHot Wanted
The Oregon City Commercial
club, protesting against the un
loading of livestock at the pas
senger depot and also because of
other inconveniences, has peti
tioned the public service commis
sion to require the Southern Pa
cific company to build a new de
pot at that place. Oomplaints
have been made many times about
conditions at Oregon City, but
this is the first formal petition
for action by the commission.
Oar A. Steelhammer will go
to Portland tonight to attend the
annual election of Al Kader
Shrla to be held at the armory.
Fill. Coleman, county assessor
of Jirkon county, is in the city
this week-end. a guett of Oscar
Fank C. Hramwell. who oa
January 1 will succeed Will II.
Bennett as state superintendent
ot banks. Is In Salem making ar
rangVnients to move his family
here? and becoming acquainted
with; the run of the office.
JaVk Lucker Is expected home
frotii University of Vahinrton
aboilSt December 2 4 to spend the
holiday vacation with his parents.
Mi SJ Poorman. adjutant at the
state soldiers' home at Roseburg.
waa3n the city yesterday.
C4A. Dear of Turner, who Is a
patrolman of road district No. 2S.
wasJn Salem yesterday.
J.! A. Van Cleve of Monitor,
patrolman of road district No. 9.
was in consultation yesterday
with: the county court.
Do you take
If not, wny not?
No other baths or treatments
can produce the permanent re
lief to the person suffering
from disagreeable cold or ali
ments of the flesh or body like
the Turkish Baths will.
OREGON BATH HOUSE
Open 8 a. m. until 9 p. m.
Lady and Gentlemen attendants
conducts sales anywhere In
Marlon or Polk counties.
Store located 270 N. ComT.
Tor Tins Jewelry
Better uooas ror ucma
of all kinds such as furniture,
stoves, ranges, machinery, of all
kinds see the
CAPITOL JUNK &
215 Center Phone 398
Many Bills Are Aimed
at Accident Commission
It is apparent tuat many bills
will be introduced at the corolngj
session of the legislature propos-
iiig changes in the statutes affect
ing the state industrial accident
commission.' It is said that more
than a score of bills already have
been drawn. Several of these
have grown out of the deliber
ations of the committee of IS
which was appointed by Governor
Olcott to study the' operation of
the commission and suggest
changes. On the committee are
five representatives of the em
ployes.' five representatives ot the
employers and five
chosen from the state at large.
Successful Concert is
Given at State Hospital
The concert given last night by
the Salem Symphony orchestra be
fore the doctors nurses, attend
ants and Inmates of tbe Oregon
stale hospital, was .'a complete
success. Previous to the orches
tra program, as an expresnion of
appreciation Mrs. Edith Harkey.
a patient of the hospiU.1. sang for
the club. . Possessing a voice such
as one seldom Is privileged to
hear. Mrs. Harkey sang several
operatic selections to the delight
and wonder of her hearers.
I R. E. L. Stelner. superintendent
of the hospital, was much pleased
with the work of the symphony,
and said he deeply appreciated
the kindness which prompted th
members In clving of their best
cn this occasion.
1 is of Immense Scope
Fit representative. of the
Western States Reclamation aso
(!atidn will be sent to Washing
ton U work In the interest of an '
appropriation of $100. 000.00"
f roni the government for reclam
ctlon purposes, according to Percy
A. (juppcr. state engineer, who
has leturned to Salem after at
tend ki g a meeting of the execu
tive t ommiltee of the association
at Silt Ike City. This is part
of a IcomDrehensive program out
lined) by tbe committee.
Following the Salt Lake con
ference Mr. Cupper went to Kla
math Falls where he attended a
conference of California state of
ficial and land owners ot nor-
' 1 ! " ! "
AT THE UBRARY I
' The Bicycle for ETeryona
LLOYD K. RAMSDEJff
187 Court Street
Bicycles and Bicycle Repairing
Takes the place ot
eloth at about one-third
j MAX0. BUREN
179 N. Commercial St.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
SECOND HAND FURNITURE
stores. Carpets ana ioo
Capltil Hardware A Furniture Co.
286 N. Commercial St. Phone 947
CARL & B0WERS0X
383 Court Street Phone ua
I.- I.. W0
g ALEM ALB ANY
1C7 North fnm
the Electric Sign "SHOES"
Luggage and Trunks
Vl' briT an Arrhn?A
w md second-hand furnl-
stoves, ranges, rugs.
wu, tc w will buy you
COL. W. F. WRIGHT
N. Com'l St.. Salem, Or.
ust your sales with us -
Dance every Wednesday
lvvtia Dance Christnia.s Eve and
Xcw Year's Eve
Contracts May Change
.Uniform contracts covering the
shipments of livestock between
points in Oregon and entered into
between shippers and the rail
roads may be changed after a
hearing which the public service
commission 'yesterday set for Jan
uary 13 in Portland. The pres
ent uniform contracts were adop
ted by the commission in: 1909
and petitions recently have bee
filed with the commission by the
Cattle and Horse Raisers' asiocli
atlon of Oregon, the Portland
Livestock exchange and the West
ern Oregon Livestock men's league
asking for a hearing on tbe sub
ject. The commission believes there
is sufficient reason for calling a
hearing and accordingly has fixed
the date when testimony will be
received both from the shippers
and from the railroads.
All New and Desirable
MAX 0. BUREN
Will Buy a
ONE MINUTE ELECTRIC
The Store of HOUSEWARES
Walnuts and White
VIE Vf ILL
E'LL have no
our New Year's
resolution. We have re
solved to continue to bake
the choicest bread and
we'll have no trouble do
ing so because we know
how. Resolve to write the
name of our bread on
your next grocery order.
Tliilip Winters, Trop.
170 N. Commercial Street
. . XCW litiokfc.
"The New ArcheoIoRical Dis
coveries" and their bearing upon
members the New Testament and upon the
life and times or the primitive
! church, by Camden M. Cobern.
"The Story of the Engine,
from lever to liberty motor, writ
ten for the general reader rathe
than for the experienced mechan
ic, by W. F. Decker.
"X-liays," the development of
tlieir use and Improvement of
methods and apparatus since
their discoverv bv Rontgen in
1S9-. described by G. W. C. Kays.
"Handbook on Health and How
to Keep It." with special atten
tion to exercises which benefit
the internal organs, written for
men and boys by Walttr C. Camp.
Many of the -suggestions will
prove helpful to women also.'
"The Listener's Guide to Music"
W 1 1 ft n AnneArl onr'a vlncaii PV a
guide for the untrained person
to learn to enjoy mune and to
appreciate its excellence.
"ViHons and Delicts in the
West of Ireland." by Lady Greg
ory. In'the naive anil weird
speech of such people as the wo
man frorl Cor.nemara side, an
J old man from Kinvara. and th
, soinnin woman, the i uthor, tells
ns legends of the Sidh? and rtor
es of the evil eye. healings and
"The Cairn of Star." lyrics j
and ballads of the Irish peasants,
by Francis Carlin MacDonneil.
"Echoes of the War. recent
Khort pliys. by J. M. Harrie: "Th
f)ld Idv Shows Her Medals."
"The New Word." "Harbara's
Wedding." ;.V Well-Hemembered
"The Modern Hook of French j
Verse." a collection translated in- i
to Kncliyh by Chaucer. Lungfel- I
low. Ros.setti. Swinburne and :
others of the best poets of the!
Knclit-h language, edited by Al- I
bert Uoni. .
"Manv. Many Moons." poem
interpretiiiK the Chippewa Indl-j
an of today, by a university In
structor who was taken in th-j
tri'ne. Lew Sarett.
"Itook in the War." the rom
ance or Library War Service, by
Theodore Wesley Koch.
"Dante." an lem'iitary lk
for those who seek in the Rrei J
poet the teacher ot spiritual lit-.'.
l.y Henry Itwight Sedgwick. j
"French Fairy Tale-." a collec
t!nn of fairy tales which will b-' J
nseful for the story-teller or stu
dent of folklore, by M. Carr.
Some of the stories are not suit
;able for children's reading,
i "The Typhoon" Secret." a mys
I rjr orv of the sea. by Solomon
"Isn't That Juft Like a Man!"
Iy Mary Roberts Hinehart, and
'f SELECT RiC
E I I iV ' "ft JTS'fH
w l m mm
Eectric Curling Irons
Efectric Washing Machines
J ft Ji i V.v-t ill 9 I
Vlch Electric Co.
379 Stale Street
Thinking oi Christmas Gilts?
And Especially oi One for Her?
To decide upon a lovely handbag rill 1 one
of lite wict thinri you can do, for what girl can
mist the chanu of a new and attractive rccticulcl
Our assortment of beaded handbag are direct
itnj)ortations from the best French ai!d American
makers. In all style of bag we have an extcn
aire lot for you to choose from.
ENVELOPE PURSES ...
LEATHER HAND HAGS
CHILDREN'S BAGS ....
...... $3.37 $2i75
, Z&c 8Sc
There are but a few day remain lug in whkb .
to choose your gifts.
1. Uilea Bo.
"Where the PAY AS YOU 00 plxa gimplifiee ChrUt-
lor the holiday season nothing adds so much to th Chrlttmas
spirit and food cheer In the home as s aood supply f fmlts.
We hsT an esceptlonally fine lot of Nasl Orsaaes on which
we art making special price by the half-bos dartni tbe boll
Half box lance Natal Orange. . . .M.IO: per dosea....C5e
Half bos medium Navel Oranges. .. .fAlO; Pr dosen....30c
A small Orange, per dosen
Theirs are all the tame kind of sn oranre aad tbe difference
in price merely -the difference fa the site of tbe orange.
CHRISTMAS FRUIT BASKETS
We hae made up a umber of bakets of fruits. roDUtlng or
hrm unni. nice red apples, banana, figs and rrapea in a,
fancy subtantlal batket. They would make aa elegsat glfu
Tcr basket v
Highly colored llaldlns and Spitsenbergs. Fancy Tack 9Z2n
The same, jumble pack
NUTS AND CANDIES
We hare large assortment of Allied Candle of the bet it
varieties Old Pasbioned Lroken Mlild. Creams. Ribbon
Mixed, Assorted Sticks. All Pure and Wholesome.
KRAUSK'S CHOCOLATES la Fancy Doxes. priced from tic to
SI. SO per box. any one of which will make aa appreciated
OUR WALNTTS are Oregon Grown, full meated. and of that
fine riaror peculiar to Oregon Nuts. Dratlls. Filberts. Almond.
'heaant Urand Prunes in fancy CbrUtmas Poxes of Nine
pound, net weight, shipped anywhere In the United State,
express prepaid, per box 2-4
1'REZ LOGANBERRY JAM In a fancy Christmas Packs;,
mailed anywhere in the United SUtes for ..tl.oo
lmKrted Fig In layers and fancy baskets. Dromedary D'tes
by tbe package. Kard Pates by the pound. Cluster na!r.
Candied Cherries and pineapple. Crystalised Ginger and.
GrapoFrull. f helled and Salted Almonds. Salted IVancts'. .VI.
ler-IHnncr Mints. Mrs. Porter's Fig. Fruit aad Ilau I'ud-
Any kind of special Christmas Cakes made to or dor next c.
If order is placed by Wednesday.
A fine lot of rain-fed Turkeys we phiug from tj i pouuA.
Market Price. :
For Saturday e bae a fine lot of Drceil Chick t h jtvm 2.t
u i pind, per jound '...... I.V-
'DKRRY. the let Cane Sugar, per sack.
ROTH GROCERY CO.
. l'kune Yosr Orders Early
frjftt Phone 1047 Phone7
179 N. Commercial St., Salem