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THIS OREGON STATESMAN, BALVJM. OTtECSOrV.
TUESDAY MORNINfi DECEMBER C8. 1020.
GITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Thieve Active '
Two bicycles were reported to
the police as missing Sunday.
oyd Satterlee of 14 46 Saginaw
.treet told the police, his .wheel
Ud been taken from in front of
the Oregon theater sorte time be
tween 2 and o o'clock in the af
ternoon. In the evening Ralph
UcCall. route .1. reported that his
bicycle was stolen from near the
Uslie Methodist church.
uropean and southern confer
ences this quadrcnium. and who
is establishing homes for the un
. . .:il 11 1.1- 1.
pen Jr. vesi wm bvn u3 uuu
i told furniture at public auction
Tborsday forenoon at 1:30 at 5T7
jj. Capitol street. Gas range, bed
room 6UitcR. library tabW, chairs,
ftfhef Fund SubMi-ilMiI
i Tlie Center Street Methodist
IpiKOpal Sunday school Sunday
BitW gave a very pleasing and at-inu-tiTe
Christmas program con-
liitinK of recitations, dialogues, i
tli children and young people. An'
of ferine was taken for the starv
ing children of Europe amounting
to 171." The congregation had al
ready, a few" weeks before sub
scribed and paid nearly $400. The
$471 was aent to Bishop Nuelsen.
who has supervision or the Central
lights Cause t'lali
U. G. Shipley reported a col:
lision to the police Saturday nigh, t
in which he fcaid in driving east
on Court street hi? automobile
collided with one driven by D.
H. Mosher, traveling north on
Cottage, resulting in a bent fen
der on .the Mosher automobile.
Roth drivers were said -to have
been blinded by glaring lighU on
an approaching automobile.
Veterans of Uk C ivil Mar
Are hereby notified that thb
funeral of our late comrade John
F. Ulair will be held at the un
dertaking parlors ot Webb &.
Clough this (Tuesday) afternoon
at 2 o'clock, and that you-are rc-
Uiuested t attend the same. He
was a member of Company D.
l."th Wisconsin volunteer infantry.
(Adv.) 1). WEBSTER, Adjt.
ty; incorporators, F. W. llloiidell,
Joseph, llaptonstall, Frank Ver
non, Jack Murrey; property ralu
ation. nothing. The Skookum
company, Portland; Incorporators
Robert R. Kuykendall. Marvin K.
Gotland. G. C. Frlsbie; capital!
ed sven and one-half pounds at
Labor Taper IWrridetl
A story In a local paper, taken
from the Oreton Labor Press.
published in Portland, is manu-
Resolutions ofifactured of whole cloth, and Is for
dissolution were filed by the fol-jtUe purpose of discrediting the lo-
rcrcived nndu proflta on bonds! the country was eitl?d. tad
treasurer, an jaeep snow aiicr
The officers and team of Salem
camp No. 1 Is. V O. W..
requested to be present at
hall .tonight, at 7:30, when they
will leave for Turner where they
will confer the : initiatory degree.
Ry order of the C. C, C. II. Ship
P.urulars Si ill IJuy
Burglars are reported to have
broken into the store of George
Saterlee of 40 4 Ferry street Sat
urday nisht and taljen two revol
vers. An entrance was rained
through the hack door, which was
torced open by using cn axe and
an iron bar. One of the revol
vers is described as an American
double-action .32 caliber, and the
otber a Harrington & Richard
son .3S. The same night some-
lowing: Prineville Drug com
pany. Prineville; Tharos Invest
ment company. Portland; Taylor
Stanton Plumbing company, Port
la'iuD , r
Kclscy Plead Not Guilty
A. C. Kelsey, who was returned
recently from Seattle, to answer
to the charge of contributing to
the delinquency of a minor child.
was arraigned yesterday in the
justice court before Judge G. K
Unruh. He pleaded not guilty to
the charge. His trial Is set for
Thursday, at 1:30 p. m.
f' i one entered the office of the
me i e,,,,i,i ... . ,.
uiauuaiu Jll .1 IM1111UUV UL rill-
eenth and Oak streets, and took
$S in 2 -cent stamps and. $3 in
small change. In Ihrs case the
entrance wasgained by breaking
the Yale lock with a Ford axle.
Motor Vehicles Damaged
A delivery automobile belong
ing to the Midget market, which
was. being driven by A. E. Pettit
or ,ine Lome apartments, was
badly damaged yesterday in a col
lision-occurring at the intersec
Magainc Club Kate
The Ace, 127 N Jligh.
In His Riotuous
"THE LIFE OF THE
Last Times Today
Wnelke Fined -
uen u. woeike was fined ?.0
j i-siitrruay ior naving in Ms pos
session intoxicating lfouor. The
tion of Winter and Center streets. jcae came up for a hearing before
ine collision, was wan a truck I Judge Karl Race of the city court,
driven -by Bruce Cunningham, (The case against Frank Woelke
wnicn- was traveling east nn uen- cr.arged with the same offense
ter street.- Both drivers reported
tc the police department. Cun
ningham claimed the delivery wa3
traveling at a very rapid rate.
which he said was the --cause of
We Are Milking Our Own Chili
Again at the . Good Eeats.
Fisher Round Ovr
Sidney Fisher, charged with
lewd cohabitation, was bound over
yesterday to the grand jury, after
a hearing in the justice court Ikv
fore Judge G. E. I'nruh
Get them at The Statesman of
fice. Catalog on application. (Ad,
cat pager to be published here un
der the name of the Pacific Coast
Labor News, according to L. P.
Simeral and T. V. McAdoo. Every
merchant and nearly all laboring
men understand the project, it Is
said, and it not. are asked to con
sult cither Mr. Simeral or Mr.
McAdoo before passing Judgment.
They declare the coining to Salem
of a coast wide labor paper Is a
bona fide proposition. More de
tailed information, it Is said, wil.
be given later in the week.
sold to the state
expose which was followed by a
grand jury investigation In Mar
lon rounty. The grand Jury" in
quiry resulted in no criminal In
dictments, but caused a tighten
ing up of the Kliry of the stale
treasurer In bond transactions.
State Treasurer lloff yesterday
Issued a statement in which he
said that, since he had been In
office opportunity has never been
given for the breaking of any
bond house to affect the state
"So monev has ever been paid
he said, "until the bond or its col
lateral was In the office, and no
inte rim certificates have ever
Mrs. Carlco 1H
Mrs. Ueanette Carir 33 years
old. died at her home. 10 4 7 Fir
street, yesterday. She is sur
vived by her husband. J. 11. Cari
co. and by. two young rons and a
baby daughter. The body will le
sent by Webb & Clough today to
Payette. Idaho, for funeral ser
vices and burial.
Couple Get LicciiM
Idella Penson of Salem and
Frederick Wallace Insbery of
Marquam were granted a mar
riage license by the county clerk
Love. Watchmaker and J-sweler
337 State street. Salem. (Adv.)
- , - -
rfillamette Valley Transfer
Fat Out Freight Dally Between
Portland and Salem
! Phono 140
The Vacuum Cups have ar
A. H. (MOORE'S
i Given Fined
Sanitary . Officer J. N. Skaif
filed a complaint yestt rday with
I the police department causing the
arrest of C. C. Given for dump
ing garbage along the river bank
at the foot of South street. Given
was arraigned and entered arplea
of guilty to; the charge. He was
fined . $10 by Judge Earl Race,
before whom the case was tried.
Racer Entertains Crowd
A crowd of about 100 motor
cycle riders or persons interested
in that sport, including members
or the Salem Motorcycle club,
under whose, auspices the enter
tainment was-eiven. listened to a
talk at the Commercial club lat
night by Otto Walker, a member
oi ine iianey-uaviason raeinrr
team, Mr. ' Walker also showed
several reels of motion nictures.
He told his experiences on the
racinsj tracks in various parts of
the Lnited States.
Final Account Filed
An order was filed yesterday in
the county court, approving the
final account in the estate of Au
gusta M. Frank, deceased. The
order also stipulated the disposi
tion of the money left in the est
tate. The final account in the es
tate of Reatha H. Low, was filed
in the county court yesterday.
January 31 was set as a date for
the hearing of objections.
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Secure Reliable Fruit and Orna
mental Trees, Small Fruits, Roses,
THE SALEM NTJKSEKY
428 Oregon Bldg. Phone 1763
Talking Machines and Records
DOUGHNUTS 30c Doz. Playe?Pianos and Player EoHa
SALEM BAKING CO.
123 Court Strecl. Thone 954
IS bars Savon Soap. ...... .f l.OO
II sounds Onions 25c
Daloas. per set. .......... .$2.00
I judJ, per sack .......... .$31-50 1
ViaeaL per hundred. ..... .f LOO
Tie Highland Grocery
Rioas 49$ 74$ Highland Avenue I
W W. M00RE
Tat Horn of t Vlctroln
' Jo ftt more for your money t
It Pi to Trsde s4 The I
7ARMERS CASH STORE
O. BartOB Dardsll
U7 North Commercial BT
conducts ssJes anywhere In
Marlon or Polk counties.
Store located 270 N. ComX
, Call O. H. Tracy Wood Co
for all kinds of
7 dry wood
rrompt deliTery Phone 820
. ELECTRIC MACHINE &
: ENGINEERING CO.
for Thor Wsshlnx Machines and
Electric Work and Supplies.
117 Court St. Phone 418
Kvery Suit at M:osher's
Rednced. See our
A petition for letters testamen
tary in the estate of Sarah Eliza
beth Drake, was filed yesterday
in the county court, in which the
appointment of U. G. Royer is re
quested as executor. Mrs. Drake
died December 8, 1!)20.
Homer H. Smith,
McCornack bldg., free.
Hlalr Funeral Today
The funeral or John K. islalr.
who died at a local hospital on
Friday, will be held today at the
Webb & Clough chapel at 2 p. m-.i.
conducted by the W. A. K.. of
which he was a member. Rev. JI.
N. Aldrich. i.astor of Leslie
Methodist church will be the rain
ister. Interment will be in Odd
"Oregon Grower' Becomez
Magazine of Large Size
'"The Oregon Grower. the off!
cial magazine of the Oregon
Growers Co-operative association
has grown within one year from
a 16-page pamphlet, to a 40-page
magazine, taking rank as an au
thority with the best horticultu
ral magazines published In the
The January issue published
today contains articles of special
value to prune growers. In fact.
If there Is a needy family In
Salem still not supplied with gro
ceries and clothing, needy and
deserving, it Is only neceasary to
hav- the fact known, and mat
family will be speedily supplied.
Signed articles for the forth
coming Welcome Ldition or Tee
Statesman are already coming in.
rti iinn vill make this a
orth while edition.
x .K . rl.m, nil fnr tables
. . l c u v t m u . ...vh . - i
for the New Year's eve orgies
there used to be. Drinking the
health of a friend in pure hy
drant water, however, U all rlaht.
If there is sincerity back of It-
Sound can be amplified a mil
lion times by a new device. Don t
mention it to the young thing
bo insists upon playing Jazz on
a wheeiy piano In your neighbor
An eipert says that in 200
year there lll e no blondes In
the world. Rut he I saying u
under bin breath. He is smart
enough not to allow any blonde
to hear him.
Many a man when he prays,
'lead ns not into temptation. has
a memai rescryauon. miunm
Clear Title Sought
A complaint was filed yesterday
in the circuit court by Alice E.
Caldwell vs. Stanley LMeyers et
al, in. which the plaintiff asks for
a decree to quiet title to certain
Dr. Ixng IM1
Dr. William Lonu. 81 years old.
a veterinarian who bad lived in
Salem for 2S years, died at his
home. 249 South Church street
early Sunday. The funeral will
be at 10 o'clock a. m. today at
the Webb & Clough chapels Rev.
C. 11. Powell officiating, and in
terment will be in City View ceov
etery. He is survived by his wfcl
ow and by a son, French Long, of
! PERSONAL MENTION I
First Popular Concert
Salem Symphony orchestra,
armory. Sunday, Jan. 2, at C p. la.
All seats 50c. (Ad.)
Two in Jail
Walter Cralle and Fred Turner
were brought from Woodburn yes
terday by Frank Covey, chief of
police ot that place. Roth were
given hearings in the justice
court. Cralle, who was convicted
of stealing a ride on a railroad
train, was given five days in tho
county jail. Fred Turner was
fined $50 for carrying concealed
weapons. lie' failed to furnish the
fine and will spend
Lumler Company Files-
Articles Of incorporation were
filed here yesterday by the Nicd-ermeyer-Martin
of Portland, capitalized at $20.-
000. The Incorporators are E.
T. Wiedermeyer. W. Linus Martin
and C. A. Niedermeyer. Other
articles filed were: Anes Com
mercial tlub. Aitnest Curry conn-
SALEM CLEANERS AND
Repairing and Alterations
1215 S. Com'l St.
Great Weslern Garage
Gill Piston Rings Spot Ligbts-
Stromberg- Carburetor Skid
Chains Ignition Supplies Tires
Opposite Court House. Phone 44
WE NEVER SLEEP
Better Goods for Less
HIGHEST PSICE PAID
SECOND HAND FURNITXJBE
Stores. Carpets and Tools
Capital Hardware & Furniture Co.
285 N. Commercial St. Phone 947
CARL & B0WERS0X
383 Court Street Phone 409
HARTMAN BROS. CO.
Tor Fine Jewelry
Jeweler and Optician!
Takes the place ot
cloth at about one-third
J MAX 0. BUREN
178- N. Commercial SL
167 North Commercial St.
M the Electric Sign SHOES"
What Hare You?
We bur. sell and exchange
new and second-band furni
ture, stoves, ranges, rugs,
tools, etc Wo will boy you
VOL. XV. V. WRIGHT
111 N. Com'l SL, Blm. Or.
List your tales with ns
1 NlfM Phone 1047 PhorieT8i
or all kinds such as furniture,
stores, ranges, machinery, of all
kinds see the
CAPITOL JUNK &
Chickens at lrge
Again complaints are heinu reg
istered at the police station charg
ing persons with allowing their
chickens to run at large. This
time the offense appears to come
from the Englewood section of the
cHy. The. police have been re
quested to notify tli person to
keep the chickens shut up.
Big Sum C'ollcrteil -
The relief sum ra:sed at the
First Methodist church at the en
tertainment Chrhtmas niht com
bined with contributions received
Sunday night aggregated $106;.
according to announcement made
yesterday. The money mainly
goes to the near east: relief fund.
Miss Ruth Rames. a student
at the University of Washington,
Is here from Seattle to visit rela
tives during the holidays
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Know
land and daughter. Pauline, have
n turned from Albany where they
T. E. McCroskey'is attending a
meeting of the state chamber of
commerce iu Portland. ,
T. II. Prixley has returned from
Eugene where ho fpent Christinas
Robert Mann is in Kuxcne isit
ing at the home of his parents
John P. Ross is here from
C. It. Clancey is in Tacoma.
Mrs. Leland II. Ross end daugh
ter Maxlne are visiting relatives
Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Van Trump
soent the week-end with Mrs.
Van Trump's sister, Mrs. Frank
Maynes and family of North How
it is a special prune Issue with ar
tides by the leading horticultur-l ROOi chance and nobody any the
ists of the west. I m-ier. We are of sucn sodden
C. I. Lewis ot the Oregon I stuff.
Growers Co-operative associaticn
contributes articles on "Prune
Strains." on 'Trune Fertilizers
and on "Pruning Hints." Trof II.
P. Itarss of Oregon Agricultural
college experiment station writes
on "Mushroom Rot." "Brown Rot
in Prunes" and on "Prune Leaf
Prof. W. ; S. Brown, chief In 1
horticulture ot Oregon Agrlcultn-,
ral college writes on "How to.
Prune" and Prof. Frank II. Lath-
rop. of O. A. C. experiment station j
on "The Root Borer."
R. C. Paulus. sales manager ot
the association has contributed an
article on "How Sales Are Made.
containing much Inside Informa
Prof. A. L. Lovett ot the O. A.
C. experiment station writes on
"The Prune Twig Miner."
The January Issue of the maga
zine contains mare Illustrations
than any horticultural authority
published In the west and In many
ways will bo an authority for
prune growers for years to come.
in riatinum and White
Gold with Diamond 'wt
tins. 14k. Gold and Gold
La valliers, Rinjrs,
Broaches, Pearl Beads,
Chains, Charms, in fact
everything in Jewelry.
Successor to Gardner &
I BITS FOR BREAKFAST '
Yes; a little rain.
Are you caught with any Inter
Am interim certificate Is a re-
riot for vour money, and yoa get
your bond ir the concern issuu
the receipt is good. If not, you
whistle for your bond.
Looks like an open
bilities. However, the nam
ette rsllev ha never yet
Daughter in Horn
A baby daughter arrived at
12:20 o'clock Christmas morning
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ken
neth Otis Runner, on rural route
N'o. 6. Salem.. The little girl has
named Inez Jeanettc. She weigh-
I JLLEM ALBANY
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 ail
ments ot the flesh or body like
the Turkish Baths will.
OREGON BATH HOUSE
Open 8 a. m. until 9 p. m.
Lady and Gentlemen attendants
Luggage and Trunks
All New and Desirable
Dance every Wednesday
L'ltra Dance fhrlstmas Kvc and
Xcw Year's Lvo
Will Buy a
ONE MINUTE ELECTRIC
The Store of HOUSEWARES
Walnuts and White
. VIVIAN MARTIN
A Roaring Comedy
Thursday "Just Pals"
Saturday Geo. Walsh
Ak W'n have proven
Swf that we are
f worthy of lh r
public's con f i
.dente. Our eqnip
: ment is dignified
and genteel. vVo
plan pur services
carefully and cx
ecute them cuu-ucicntiously.
a Salem visitor yesterday
Asa Robinson, county judge of
Polk county and a brother of
Linn County, were In Salem yes
J. K. Hosmer. an attorney of
Silverlon, was in the city jester
day. V. J. Culver, county roadmasl
er.' was ill at bis home yester
day. Ira Luna, a locomotive engin
eer for the Charles K. Spauldjng
Logging company at Philomath,
was in Salem yesterday.
Mrs. C. X. Xeedham will go
to Roscburg today to spend the
holiday week with relatives and
H. O. Anderson, an Ashland
real estate dealer, is spending the
holiday season wiih his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Anderson, in
now hi: exded ktd.ney
"I had a severe sttacx of kindey
trouble and for three weeks could
not get out of -doors and scarcely
out ot bed" writes C. K. Brewer.
Villacc Springs. Ala. ' Could not I
bend over at all without the most
excruciating pains. I purchased a
bottle of Foley Kidney rills.. Was J
relieved after first few doses ana
continued their ' use until com
pletely cured. I consider Foley
Kidney Tills the best kidney rem
iiv in tho world. No recurrence
of my trouble." Sold everywhere.
J. L ETHERIDGE
(Continued from page 1
Van Winkle Srnds Klh ur
Attorney General I. II. Van
Winkle vesterday transmitted lo
Waller II. Evans, district attorney
for .Multnomah county, evidence
which has come into his posses
sion uncovering nrcvious criminal
activities of John L. Ktheridge of i
Portland and his prison recard ,
or two lerms in tne jv.rry
pnVtcntliiry. Th" eid-nce nill
U umI by the MultnoiiMb rounj
district attorney as information
In his criinin:il inveiiciioii of
Elheridge's can-er, including hi
alleii'-d peculations a- li-ad of the
landing liuue r Morris. Rroth
crs. inc.. of Portland.
Upon inquiry at the oflice of
Slate Treasurer lloff Mr. Van
Winkle was informed by Jm-
Crawford, assistant Mate treanti
rcr. that the trcat-uter hold no
interim certificates irom nn
bonding bouw. Joseph O. Rich
ardson, former ais'ant siat-
lrn;iBltrYr H1 cral iiiontlit aico
made inquiry or li- itat- b-;al
d. parinient li. h r he could ac-t
rept mieiim ici tif icat-s It :m
Elhridge. He was informed b
Mr Van Winkle emphatically Iht
ti.. could not ami' that to do o;
would f. a violation of tb- law
ami wenld make th treasurer
Stale I'olicy More futHi
The revelations of Ktheridge
duplititv. however, date from
exposes published nearly a year
jag. showing thai me Jiorn
Bretherslnc. or Ktheridge. had
Attention Gro eery
Consumers To close one of our most successful years in business
and to show in our peculiar way appreciation for this
success we will inaugurate
Dollar Sale i
To Begin on Wednesday, December 29th
Surprises await you then. Don't slock on jGroceriea
until you eel our Prices
NOTE OUR SUIT SALE
Is already a success. Buying has been very brisk. Come
s-agsaaaass ..i , in, 1 1
Feminine Articles Only
Silk Umbrellas $6.7$, $10.00, $14.7S
Silk Hosiery .98c, $1.48, $138, $5.00
Beaded Hand Bags .: $638, $9.75, to $14.75
Leather Hand Bags $1.48, $238 to $1ZS0
Velvet Hand Bags $238, $338 to $7J50
Embroidered Handkerchiefs. . .25c, 35c to $U0
Kid Gloves $138, $238 to $438
Wool Gloves.. 49c, 98c to $1J0
Knitted Sweaters. $635, $7.48 to $14.75
Beacon Bath Robes $438, $535 to $9.75
Corduroy Lounging Robes.$535, $7.48 to $12:59
Silk Petticoats. ..: $4.75, $535 to $1230
EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES
Silk, Lingerie, Crepe de Chine-and Georgette
Blouses, Philippine Hand Embroidered Under
wear, Carter's Knit Underwear, Kayser's Knit
Underwear, Children's Booties, Crib Quilts,
Originators of the "Pay As You Go Plan"
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179 N. Ckmniercial St., Salem