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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALKM. OREGON.
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WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 22. 1920
Special mating of Pa
cific lodge, No. 50. A.
r & A. M-. this evening.
Work in the E. A. degree.
lice department yesterday that
there was a Ford automobile
standing near his home, with a li
cense No. - 76363. He said he
would take care of the automobile
unui ii was cauea ior.
Multnomah Iloyal Arch
Chapter will hold an
election of. officers,
Thursday night by or
der of E. X. P. (adv.)
. ' Regular mcclinr of
rfl . Chemeketa lodge,
.!f .i 0 OYF. this evening at
? -it Work in. the third degree.
Visiting brothers welcome, ladv)
Final Account Filed
A. J. Martin, executrix of the
estate of A. W. Martin, deceased.
filed his final account Yesterday.
with the county court. The date
of hearing was set;for January 30.
See Smith's Flow
At Y. M. C. A. corner.
guage and at 7:30 p. m. in . the
When you thiak of Good Clothes
Think of Mosher, the tailor.
.Homer H. Smith.
McCornack bldg.. free.
. ,j1m Cla
' Two automobiles were consid
raWr damaged in a collision
Monday night at the intersection
of Court and Church street. The
drivers were W. E. Bradley,
route 1. and R. Cla.k. No one
! Aa Salem Prus Stores
Will remain closed: Christmas
and New Year's days xeepting
from to 12 o'clock. (adv.)
- Motor Car Stranded
James Imlaw. deputy sheriff of
Polk, county, reported to the po-
Xobody Injured 1
An automobile driven by It.
Gregory was overturned Monday
night , at the intersection of
Church and Union streets when it
collided with another automobile.
Mr. Gregory reported that the oc
cupants of the cars were uninjured.
Fisher Under Charge-
Sidney Fisher was arrested in
Tillamook Saturday and brought
to this ity yesterday, charged
with lewd cohabitation. He was
arraigned before Judge G. E. Un
rnh. and bis trial set for Thurs
day, December 23.
Wonderful Millinery Bargains .
Year End sale. No hat in the
store over $12.50. Any plain
Sailor, 53.50. The French Shop,
M. Buffe Morrison, 115 N High
street. (Adv.) . .
Two- Couples licensed
Marriage licenses were issued
yesterday in the county clerk's
office, to Grace Bruckman of Jef
ferson and Alfred Mulloy of Lau
ra! and Esther E. Doud of Wood-
burn and Lloyd Cv Demarest of
Syndicalism Charged -
Tnn mon wr nrrostoil votr.
Cay at Woodburn. and brought to
this citv whfre thev wpri lode-erf
in the county .jailThey are James
- . . ' . ,
rveuy, cnargea wun criminal syn
dicalism, and Otis Brooks, arrest
ed for stealing a ride on a train.
They wera arraigned before Judge
u. iu. Lnrun, in tne justice court.
and both pleaded not guilty. The
bail for Kelly was set at $500 and
Brooks at ' $100. which neither
was able to furnish. The case will
come up for hearing on Tuesday.
"THE HOUSE OF
! Sunday l !
Tailored Clothing Reduced -
At Moshers; high class tailor
Hub Work (irowing
J. E. Galavan. of the state de
partment or public instruction,
reports a keen interest among the
school children and teachers of
Tillamook, and Yamhill counties
in boys and sins' clnb work. lie
has just returned from a tour of
inspection in those counties. Mr.
Galavan reports that interest is
especially strong in calf club
work and sewing and cooking clnb
work in Tillamook county, while
Yamhill is just as strong for pig.
poultry, sewing, cooking and gar
den projects. Hs organized 36
schools in the two counties for
work of this kind. Umatilla.
Morrow. Columbia and Washing
ton counties also have been well
commissioner, by the Columbia
Stevedoring company of Portland,
capitalized at $i000. The incor
porators are G. C. Fribie. Maryin
K. Holland and Charles A. Hart.
Resolutions showing an Increase
In capiulization from $5000 to
$50,000 were filed by The Vogue
An accident occured at the in
tersection of Capitol and Market
streets yesterday. In which an au
tomobile driven by L. R. Barrick.
route 8. was overturned and bad
ly damaged.- An automobile driv
en by Simon Snyder, 28 65 Brooks
avenue, figured in the mixup. two
accounts of which were reported
to the police department. Fortu
nately the ocruDants of the dam
aged automobile escaped Injury.
W'ill Become Citizens
; Thomas - Leslie Watkins and
Frederick Arthur Henricks, sub
iects of . Great Britain; and Phil-
Idd Stahelen. a native of Switzer
land, declared- their intention of
becoming citizens of the United
States yesterday before. U. u.
Boyer, county clerk.
Tailored Suits; Reduced Prices
See Mosner. court st. lAav.)
Order That Suit Now
At a liberal reduction. Mosher,
Feneide Case Dismissed
The case of B'Jorne Feneide of
Silverton, charged with a statua
tory offense, was given a hearing
in the justice court, yesterday and
dismissed The court room was
over-crowded with people from
Silverton' interested in the case.
Tailored Overcoats, $50
See the coatings at - MGshef s,
Case on Pocket i
A anDltcation was filed yester
day to place era the trial docket
for the January term oi? conn a
case of J. F. Monnce 'vs.- Jeff
DOUGHNUTS 30c Doz.
SALEM BAKING CO.
433 Court Street. Phoni 954
See Smith's Flowers .
At Y. M. C. A. corner. (Adv.?
The children of the Lutheran
day school and of the Sunday
school will, give a Christmas pro
gram at St. John's Evangelical
church, - Sixteenth and A streets
Friday night, beginning at 7
o'clock. W. XV. Gross is pastor of
the church. On Christmas day
there will be special services at
10:30 a.m. In the .German Ian-
Willamette Valley Transfer
Fast Out Freight Daily Between
Portland and Salem
The Vacuum Cups have ar
A. H. MOORE'S
?S bars Savon SoaD
10 nonnds Onions .25c
Onions, per set... . . . . .i. .$2.00
Rnnrtu Tier Rack. ......... .i.OU
Wheat, per hundred. ...... $4.00
The Highland Grocery
phone 496 746 Highland. Avenue
W: W. M00RE
1 ' Furniture Store
The Boms, of the yictroU
Ton Mtlmore for your tnoniy. at
l- Moore' i
.It Py to Trad a The
fABMFRS CASH STORE Secure Reliable . Frnit and Orna
t AKTtlCtU) tftOB O V Small Frult8, Roses.
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Ttov E. Seirart. trustee of the
Klamath Shasta Valley project, of
Montague, Calif., has filed with
the state engineering department
an application for a permit to use
160.000 acre-feet of water from
Klamath river to be stored In
Lower Klamath lake. The water
would, be returned through Klam
ath Strait to the Klamath river
for power development In Cali
fornia. Other applications have
ben filed as follows: By Florence
U Harris, of Glendale. Cal.. cov
ering the appropriation of water
from City and Steamboat creess,
tributary of North Umpqua riv
er, for placer mining purposes in
Lan county. By M. E. Sullivan
of Williams, Or., covering the ap
propriation of water from west
fork of Williams creek for irri
gation of a small tract in Joseph
ine fonntr. Bv J. W. Maddox of
Mt. Vernon. Or., covering the ap-
tinn of water from in
galls creek tributary of John Day
tmr Tnr irrisatinn DUTDOSeS In
Worn am Ixmeit Handbag-
Mrs. M. Holdridge of route 1
reported the loss of a handbag
yesterday morning to the police
department. Mrs. Holdridge was
walking iato Salem, and accepted
the effer of a ride la a passing au
tomobile. When she got out of
tffe automobile she said she for
got to take her handbag. She did
not know the names of the persons
with whom sue roue, nut tnougut
they were from McMinnvllle.
Iterates Directed by Miss
iursdi Take Place in
(5hap el Tomorrow Night
4(4 Christmas program will t 1
potion by the pupils or the Ore-!
ttii School for the Blind tomor-l
riv night, begianniag at
oK-k. The eierclss will be In
tfj school chapel under the di
rJion of Miss Rose Ilirsch. Pair
ey and friends of the pupils are
ihe program follows:
Hamcnoi u. btrow
Dreatn-of th Mrgin.
Came Upon the Midnight
sustained a broken arm and k
eral cut about the head- His body
was aU badly braised. lie w
renting comfortably last night and
it is not thought ais injuries will
r ninmnb(l was thrown
w . c .'t aBderttaad
best 21 feet .
llslon ccurei a ' ". . . -
aged. A rear 1f" fca!Ve! i
aad ti. frame ef Je!J
Read the CIixu!"
The automobile was inrom"
Two bicycles reported to the
police as having been stolen last
Saturday from Richard Straus-
braugh, and Gerald Bllliter were
found yesterday in the woods
north of the Oregon School for
the Deaf, by W. it. Palmer. The
The boys said they had left their
wheels there but later were us
able to find them and they had
drawn the conclusion that the
wheels had been taken.
whesi xv saxxjs; okeoo
A Horn Awsy from Ho
Strictly Modem $1.00 per day
100 Booms f Solid Comfort
Omly Hotel la BaifafM PUtriet
Get them at The statesman 01-
fice. Catalog on application. (Ad)
Shell Company Reports -.
The Shell company of Caliror
na yesterday filed with the: aec
retary of state its sales statement
for Oregon covering the month of
November, showing the sale of
178,932 gallons of gasoline on
which it paid a tax of $1789.23.
Company Files Articles .
Articles of Incorporation were
filed yesterday at the offices of
T; B. Handley. state corporation
Julius Aim of Silverton
Paul C. Donnltter, an attorney
of Portland, was here yesterday In
the interest of the Leslie W. Mur
ray vs. Herbert Gordon contest
Caster Ross, attorney of Silver-
ton, was attending to legal busi
ness yesterday in the city.
Mrs. Mary u. Fulkerton. county
superintendent, visited .schools
yesterday at Monitor. ML Angel
iJ M .... 1 .V- M
05 jhe Oregon State School for
Z K The Mesag or the Angels.
lta'l llutchiwn: To the Worlds
Iffei-n Howard; O. Come All Ye
rhful. senior chorus; Blessed
ll)va"h-! lxrd God of Israel, senior
c&W-us: Ring Out Rejoicing Ev
e?t Chiming Bell. Junior chorus;
T&re'a a Sons In the Air. Junior
rhJrus . (at The Response of the
Nations: A Hymn to the Infant
JNnis. senior chorus mixed quar
tette- Silent Holv N tat. junior
a4! senior chorus. Jennings Latt-
rcr at the organ: b) The Re
siOnse of the Shepherds: O lord
Jre the Starry Height. Cecil
Cshile. John Kaxsdale. Rnmell
ldson. Malcolm Medler: (e) The
npon? of the Children L U
little Town cf Bethlehem. Junior
chorus: 2. To the Virgin Mary:
Ot Mother of the Holv One. Viola
Uradlrr: fdt Tne Resnonse of the
WIm Men. James Cassadr. Her-
3 . MH - PW AAA
rcan sioore. iea nowi
i.l Winn from Ktrn Lands are
I We: Their Journey: Long Had
Their Watch Been and ureary.
j 2. The Messengers Depart
Foftlr the Starlight Lies o'er
iftiUM male auartette senior
chorus;' Joy to the World. Junior
aud senior chorus. Jennings aLU-
tur at .the organ.
And the Eyes
Effkieecy slips away more easily throaga
failty vision than from aay otbe eanse.
Whea eyesight suffers all other dependeat
senses become Impaired also. Bad vlaloa telli
upon as both physically aad mentally. .
Properly fitted glasses wUl do Much to re
store normal vision. T virtue f classes de
pends not upon the glass of which they are made
but oa tne skill wlln wMra they are flttad. Tfce
exact needs of reels eye mtrt be determined to
the boom sa last degree, wktels rails net only for
dentine appliances, but for the most accurate
methods skillfully employed. la all cases of eye
trouble .. .
APPHAL TO O'XniLL
Commission Sales Room
254 S. Liberty St.
Private sales until January 1.
Christmas trees, 15c to 25c; po
tatoes; carrots; cnicaen ieea,
oats, vetch and wheat; one gas
and coal or wood range, good con
riitinn? one fine oak buffet; bed
mattresses; baled wheat; straw by
bale or ton; baled vercn; oais,
wheat; hay by bale. or ton.
B. G. PATTEBSOX, Sales Manager
Laugh & Grow Fat
O. Barton Dnrdall
North, Oonantardal JHt
rail Cl. IT. Tracy "Wood
for all kinds of
frompt deUvery Phone
428 Oregon Bldg. Phone 1763
Talking Maehines and Records
Player Pianos ana riayer iwua
IALEM CLEANERS AND
Do yon take i
If not. why not?
Ko other baths or treatments
can produce the permanent re
lief to the person suffering
from disagreeable cold or ail
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
' Repairing and
1215 8. Com'l St.
I ELECTRIC MACHINE &
for Thor Washing Machlnea and
Electric Work and suppuea.
lit Court 8L Phono 488
conduct aales anywhere in
Marlon or Polk counties.
Store located 270 N. Com'L
HARTMAN BROS. CO.
Tor Tine Jewelry
Jewelers and Opticians
of all kinds such as furniture,
stoves, ranges, macliinery, of all
kinds aee the 1
CAPITOL JUNK &
Better Goods for Less
The Bicycle for Ererjoae
i LLOYD E. RAMSDEN
287 Court Street
Bicycles and Bicycle Repairing
Takes the place of
elota at about one
MAX 0. BUREN
17 N. Commercial St.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
SECOND HAND FUKNITUKE
Stoves, carpeta ana uu
Capital Hardwaro FurnUnr Co.
286 N. Commercial St. Phone 91
CARL & B0WERS0X
jws Court Street Phone 409
w 1 i
g ALEH AXBANT
1G7 'Nnih f!omTnercial St.
' it the Electric Sien "SHOES"
.What Have Yon?
Vi itit aeii end exchange
now ma aecond-nana miur
ture, stoves, ranges, rugs,
tools, etc We "will buy you
COL. W. P. WRIGHT
271 N. Com'l St.. Salem. Or.
List your sales wltn us
Luggage and Trunks'
All New and Desirable
MAX 0. BUREN
Dance every Wednesday
Extra Dance Christmas Eve and
New Year's Eve
Will Rnv a.
ONE MINUTE ELECTRIC
The Store of HOUSEWARES
Paid for ,
Walnuts and White
I v or y
For mother, sister, or
sweetheart, there is no
nicer gift See our con
Sole Agent for Garden
135 N. CX)M'L STREET
(Continued from page 1)
dnstrv and atricnltnre in Ireland
is a deliberate effort by the -mill
tarv to force emir ration of the
young men. Miss Wilkinson said
Lord French, she said, had de
clared that Ireland could he pad
fled If the "200.000 too many
youne men" would leave.
The commission tomorrow will
hear Misses " Annie and Susan
Walsh, sisters In law ot the late
Lord Mayor McCurtaln ot Cork.
who left Cork the day after the
bnrnlnr of the business section ot
Half Dozen Opinions
Handed Down Yesterday
Fred Stark Badly Hart
When Iran uiits Auto
Trred Stark. 3 years old: who
Uvea on rural route No. 7. Salem.
w hadlv iniured at 11 o'clock
I yesterday when his automobile was
nin down by a souiuern ractiic
BMaencer train at State and Court
i streets.' The Impact of the col-
liion hurled Stark tnrougu tne
wjpdshield of his automobile, and
h hied nrofuselv.
rile was picked up unconscious
add taken to the Deaconess hos-
BiSal. where it was found he bad
Dr. C. B. O'Neill
Optan etxirt-fip Udaa
IaHo. and Bun Bank Buildiaj
A -THRIFT CHRISTMAS
INTO ech family wme thrift must en
ter; some saviTu? must be done, and
someone must do it.
not start -co-operative savinjr in
YOUR household by equipping every last
member with a .United. States National
SAVINGS ACCOUNT for Christmas?
Th fnllnwlnr oninlons werfl
handed down yesterday by the sn
.Torrv XT JTrthnnn VB. ' HoDQe-
stead-lron Dyke Mines - eompany.
appellant; appeal irom waaer
olIlt action from alleged
breach of -contract.'- Opinion ny
Justice Urown. Judge Gustar An
Edward O. Wilson v. Jiortn
PAaitn Milling and xrrcantile
& v - v. i
company et al. appellant; appeal
front Union rountv; suii io
close mortgage. Opinion by Jus
tice Johns. Judge J. w. Knowies
J. A. Richmond, appellant, vs.
1 n White, et al: appeal from
Gilliam county; suit for account-
inr noinkm bv Justice Harris
inml from decree or JUdxe c..
n r prkr dismissedL
First National bank of Vale
v wnhnr A. Hallldar. anneUant
appeal from Malheur county; suit
t A&ide morteaxe. Opinion by
jnctio Kb met L Annual from de-
Jtidro Da.lt on Bizrs dis-
r. p rinrin xm. Tt. 8. Ecclea and
T? c pvl ii administrator of
estate of W. H. Eccles, appellant;
appeal from Baker county: ac
tion to collect money alleged due
on note. Opinion by Justice Mur-
nett. Judge Gu stave Anderson
affirmed.. ... .
First National Hank or fcigm.
appellant, vs. J. D. Casey, et al.
appeal from Union county; euu
to collect money on note, opin
ion by Justice Burnett. Judge J.
w iTnnvlH afrtrmed.
Petition for rehearing aeniea
in Adams vs. King.
Dr. Owens-Adair WUl
Attend State Session
20 Feoplr SO
ig MrnUcal Snovr
XX BUSINESS FOR YOUB
Car not hitting right? Bring it
toiis. A Dlaee to get tires, tones.
loAt lienis. BKJa cuisi ana ure
iGreat Western Garage
Phone 44. Opposite Court House
I w ALWAYS OPEX .
TLUHwins. SDiUenbcrjrs. Rome
Beauty, Netrton, GreeninsrsJ
Bea Davis 51.00 to box
D ran pes. Sweet Naxels!
:ial..H5c and 60c dozen
Candy, Fresb Stock
25e, 30c and up
Dainty white, embroidered handkerchiefs or those
in delicate colors, or even the more strikingly color
ful handkerchiefs- are always greatly appreciated.
Kow-a-davs one's costume so often calli for a har
monizing handkerchief as the final tone and no ont
evfr ouite has enouzh. For this reason, there is no
gift so universally,in demand as the Christmas Hind-,
We have just received our Holiday assortment
of dainty and attractive handkerchiefs, 23c, 33c, 50c
up to $2-50. .
WE'LL have no
trouble , keeping
our New Year's
resolution. We have re--solved
to continue to bake
the choicest bread and
we'll have no trouble do
ing so because we know
how. Resolve to write the
name of our bread on
your next grocery orden
Philip Winters, Prop. X
170 V Commercial Street
Dr. Owens-Adair was in Salera
j-esterday. She has been in Cali
fornia, and she arrived In Salem
Sunday , and visited the state in
stitution for the feeble-minded.
Incidentally Dr. Adair was
looking np a rooming place in Sa
lem, ior she expects to be here
during all the session of the leg
She has a lot of new legislation
up her sleeve, and she is going to
Dr. Adair is responsible ior tne
Ore r on law making it incumbent
noon men applying for marriage
lirpnsM beinz exammea as o
h,ir uinnilnMi of health. She ex
pects to ask that this be extended
She is responsible also for the
sterilization law on the Oreson
.tointa hnnVc and she exoects to
A that it be made more gen
eral in several particulars aad
that its enforcement! be made
mnr serviceable for the! objects it
i annnosod to accomplish for the
protection of society.
Small Brother Mr. Jaggs, are
you a baseball- player?
riior No. Willie.
Knall Brother Thcn why. did
aia tu ma that vou were such a
rood catch? Baltimore Ameri
Mixed Nats, pound 25c
Ward K. Richardson
1. ($: tttlpg (Go.
The "Lucky Gift" U the gift that b given under the
-PAY AS YOU CO" plan.
Men's and Boys' Gift Things
Yoa can't find any that are better tnan ccti.
Salem Woolen Mills Store
NUM Phone 1047 Phone7
179 Commercial St, Salem