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THR OREGON STATESMAN, SALKM. OREGON.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20. 1D20
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Kegular metiing 01
CJyl Chemeketa lodge No. 1,
-1 0. 0. F-t this evening: at 7:30.
VV'ork In Initiatory degree.
ltmg brothers welcome. (Ad.-)
Bank Increases Capital
The Central' Oregon bank of
Bend har Increased its capitalza
tion from $25.000'to $50,000. The
banks certificate of increase and
supplemental articles of incorpor
ation have been filed -with Will H.
Bennett, state superintendent of
: banks, .
Card of ThanVs j
We wish to thank our friends
jr.! neighbors tor their kindness,
rnnpathy, and beautiful floral of
erlngs during - the illness and
death of our husband and father.
Dr. William, Long. ( -,
Signed, Irs. William Long, and
Fletcher" Long. (Adv.),
Hearing Dates ixeu j
The public service comnusion
has set January 13 as the date for
two hearings in Portland affect
ing the shipment of livestock. One
is on the Question of uniform con
tracts between shippers and car
riers covering livestock: shipments
and the other on the question of
Rites' on double-deck shipments of
Special Sale -
Of small boys hats in velvet and
beaver. Also caps. Mrs. StitU's
Millinery store, 333 State (Adv)
itonnty Question l"p
A local, jackrabbit bounty law
voted by the people of Harney
county is operative independent
of the state local option law cov
ering bounties, according to an
opinion of Attorney General Van
Winkle in reply to an inquiry by
Georre S.Y Sizemore, district at
torney for Harney county.
Three room modern apartment.
Phone 743. Jadv.)
Ohio-University of California foot
ball game in Pasadena on New
Three room modern apartment.
Phone 743. (adv.
Final Account Filed
The final account of the estate
of Henry Wahrun. deceased, was
filed in the cennty court yester
day. W. "F.. Wehrun is adminis
trator of thi estate. January 31.
1921. has been set as the date of
ceny of large amounts. Mrs.
Cromley invested $3000 in the
company and accepted interim
Homer H. Smith,
McCornack bldg., free.
In -fact no . more than usual, ac
cording to Dr. Roy C. Pomeroy.
city health ofneer. It it said that
this report refers to conditions in
Salem. Ohio, where an epidemic
of smallpox is reported to be raging.
Fruit Men In Portland '
R. C. Paulus, sales manager of
the Oregon Growers Co-operative
association, and C. I. Lewis, man
ager of the organization depart
ment, are in Portland attending
the convention of the State Cham
ber ot Commerce They attend as
delegates of the association.
Don't Force-t the Dacc
At Cotillion hall Thursday
night. Members be sure and bring
your friends. Security Benefits as
Pi Social at Liberty
Evening of Dec. 30, for the ben
efit of the band. (Adv.)
MarriaSr Licenses Issued
.Mertie Mendenhall or Gervais
and Alvin Kostenborder of Salem,
and Fernande Fengereux of Quln
aby and Andrew H, Hilton ot
Portland were granted marriage
licenses yesterday in the county
clerk's office -'
Forum Pates Set
January 12 .has been set aside
lor the next regular open - forum
meeting of the Commercial club. -
in , ;v ; .-;
. "HER BELOVED
' - Scenic Magazine
Athletic Men Tx-ave
Coach R. L. Matthews of Wil
lamette, left -yesterday afternoon
for Los 'Angeles, expecting to be
joined in Eugene by James Kicn
ardson, manager of athletics and
Coach Rutherford of O. A. C, and
'Shy-' Huntington, coach of the
University of Oregon. - They are
going to attend the University of
Tt-nvi Got lO It
uobert is. Travis or wooaDurn
was given 10 days in th. county
jail for carrying concealed weap
ons, ine case came up ior a
hearing before Judge G. E. Un
Happv Xew Year Slum
"Scratch My Back" and Harold
f.lnvri.in "Hiirh and Dizzv". New
Years eve and New Years day. Ye
wuei ij. - All luu, aui,;
Is Ont SSOOO
Mrs. Emily R. Cromley, who
liva on a farm iu Polk county on
a Salem route, is one of the vic
tims or the aupucuy ot jonn u
Ethertdge, former head of the
MoTrls Brothers bond firm of
Portland, who is charged with lar-
YYest Announces Plans
Upoa retiring, from the office
of county assessor at the first of
me year lien F. West will ior
about two months work at his
trade as a printer, and will then
open up a real estate office in ha
lem. Mrs. West and their daugh
ter, Gertrude, will leave Sunday
for Seattle whers the latter will
?nter tHe University of Washing
ton. They will return to Salem at
the close of the college year.
Get them at The Statesman of
fice, catalog on application. (Ad)
Mrs. Anderson Injured
A1 T" rSonrff-, A n rl crenn moa eilt
about the face in an automobile
collision, which' occurred yester
day at the Intersection of Church
and State street. IT V I.anrhiin
of Monroe, while driving east on
state street. coiiidfHi with an an
tomobile driven bv Georre Ander
son. Both cars were badly dam
aged. The rest ot the party es
Every Suit at Mother's
Reduced. See our patterns.
Itnval Nile Ifc-wd
The death of Royal (Tubby)
Niles. a former Saljm youth, was
reported yesterday, to have oc
curred at Oregon City. He was a
noted looiDaii player ana wen
known in this city and was a
nephew of Mrs. K. J. Swaiiord.
1100 F?rry street. He graduated
from the Salem hi?h school In
1909. and later attended Whitman
motion picture plays which they
hope to present each week. While
in the future the pictures will be
for the jnerabers only, the pic
ture tonight Is open end free to
every boy In Salem.
The first picture Is -Somethla?
New." starring Nell Shipman. It1
recently played at the Hippo
drome theater oX- Portland and U
being brought here by Orcar II.
Gingrich for the use of the boys'
department. ' -
The picture contains a thrill
insr nlnt at nntilnnr life, beinr
taken in southwestern California
and Mexico. It comes highly en
dorsed as a fine picture for boys.
The mm win b- shown at the
K0ZER HAS STATEMENT
(Continued from pact 1)
Oregon historical society, the ag
ricultural college, the university
or Oregon, and ths Orejoa Nor
mal Khol at Monmouth.
I'nd.-r the classification or
Wool Tanil ffifl 7ct ;
Double Gotten Price
l adrr the classification or SALT LAKE CITY. Utah- Dsc
-relrellanoat.- scgreratlag $l-j j Msrshsll. secretary or
3S4.2S5.47. are Included the soi-. h ; Xatioa1 wool Growers aso
diers hm. the financial dues-! rUlka toy iMBed a statement
tiosal aid for roldiers. sailors and ; brmBdlnt mg "vtrr mltleadlnr"
martnfs and for the xpens of ; ...ribated ta Conxress-
the state printing department.
I nan Madden ot Illinois to tb f-
l.'tct that the daty Imposed mi
I -rol la th Fordney eraergescy
n it vi -fist taritt bill would donbls the prks
Read the Classified Ads.. or cimmw
First Popular Concert
. Salem Symphony, nrehestra,
armory. Sunday, Jan. 2. at 3 p. m.
AH seats 50c. (Ad.)
SALEM CLEANERS AND
Repairing and Alterations
1215 S. Com'l St. Phone 185S
Auto Hits Street Car
. An automobile-belonging to S.
G. Robinson. 1825 Fir 6treet. was
reported. to the police yesterday
as jdamaged in a collision with a
street car. The collision occurred
at the intersection of Court and
. The case ot Jjhn Aschenbren
ner. charged with assault and bat
terv was dismissed In the iustlce
court yesterday, owing to the fail
ure of the prosecuting witness to
appear. A son of the defendant
in the case, George Aschenbren-1
ner. placed thi charge against
Aschenbrenner some time ago
when he appeared before Judge O.
E. Unruh. badly beaten and
bruieed, which he said was due to
a fight with his rather. The case
was set for a hearing last week'
and at that time the younger
Aschenbrenner failed to appear al
so. Othar charges are said to
hav hppn nrpferred aeainst Asch
enbrenner. for which it is expect
ed he will have to answer.
Wrong Again '
Rumors are afloat that Salem
has several thousand cases ot
small nnr Thi is falsa as there
Is but an occasional case reported.
Willamette Valley Transfer
' - Company;
Fast Out Freight Dally Between
Portland and Salem
The Vacuum Cups have ar-
v rived at' -A.
WHS3T TS nAXXOS, OEEGOH .
- - tv-a- p at - -
JsLtCII HOTET. '
Bfcrlrtty Modera 91.00 ; ?w day
100 Ksomt OI sooa vobioii .
Only Hotel U BaiJi Dutriet
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Secure Reliable Frolt and Orna
mental Trees, Small Fruits, Roses,
. from. - .
THE SALEM NURSERY
428 Oregon Bldg. , Phohe 1763
DOUGHNUTS 30c Doz.
SALEM BAKING CO.
" 123 Cdnrt StreeL . Phone 954
, IS bars Savon Soap. ..... ...f 1.00
10 pounds Onions. ... ...... .25c
: rvnlnnn. ner set. ......... .$2.00
tnnrta. nor sack $1.50
Wheat, per hundred. . . ... . .$1.00j
The Highland Grocery
Phono 496 746 Highland Arenne
W W. M00RE
The Homo ot the Tlctrol
; Ton ft moro tor yonr money t
It Pay to Trmo fti The
fARMERS CASH STORE
l C. Barton Dordall
" ' 117 North Comiaerclal 1T
TaBtJriif Machinfes "alrd Eecords
Player PianoS and Player Eolls
conducta sales anywhere In
Marlon or Polk - counties.
Store located 270 N. Com'l.
Great Western Garage
Gill Piston Rings Spot Lights
Stromberg Carburetor kid
Chains Ignition Supplies Tlrea
1 and Tubes
Opposite Court House. Phone 44
WE NEVER SLEEP
of all kinds such as furniture,
stoves, ranges, machinery, of all
kinds see the
CAPITOL JUNK &
215 Center ' Phone 398
tAt -. 1
a KPrlouH automobile accident
occurred Monday night wlren Del-
mr !Bart. ikuj Tile roaa. o riv
ing north of Twelfth street, at the
rrntiinf nf tha Southern Pacific
tracks drove his antomobile where
the road had been lowered ior
grading, taking a sudden drop. lie
a badiv cut about tne cnin.
caused by striking on the steer
ing wheel. The automobtie re
ceived a broken axle and both
the front wheels were driven back
under the machine, upon inves
tigation it was found that there
were four lights "placed aa a warn
ing by the . railroad company,
where the accident occurred.
Dance every Wednesday
Extra Dance Christmas Eve and
New Year's Eve '
'Better Goods for Lees
HIGHEST PEICE PAID
For, - -
SECOND HAND FURNITURE
Stoves, Carpets and Tools
Capital Hardware & Furniture Co.
286 N. Commercial: St Phone 947
-TSi: ft I CARL & B0WERS0X
dry wood : t ?
ELECTRIC MACHINE &
I ENGINEERING CO.
for !Thor Washing Machines and
Electric Work and Supplies.
137 Court St. - '.phone 488
382 Court Street Phone 409
H A WEEK
- - "Will Bnv a
ONE MINUTE ELECTRIC
Tho Store of HOUSEWARES
Walnuts and White
THE CAPITAL NORMAL
- The -Winter Ternr .begins.
January 2, with classes' for
Teachers' and Students' Review.1
also in Bookkeeping, Typewrit
fhg and Shorthand. V
The way to get ahead ani
stay ahead is to nse a bead, i ,
Bnt the head mnst be trainej.
One must know. Knowing hot
comes from training. ,
We give yon that training at
reasonable rates. r
Address, J. J. KRAPS, .
I lumper Tom Away
As J. M. Rupert was driving
away from the curb on State
street Monday night, hia automo
bile collided with an automobile
driven by Mark Skiff, who was
traveling in the same direction.
The front bumper was torn -off
the Rupert antomobile, according
to the report given to the police
by" Mr. Rupert.
Tot Fiae Jewelry
Jewelers and Optidani .
Takes the place ot
cloth at about one-
iJvi nlAX 0. BUREN
s 7rT 119 N. Commercial St.
: 1 ? l i
y Do you take
if not. wnr not?
w nthor hatha or treatments
can produce the permanent re
lief to the person suuenas
rtiKacreeable cold or ail
ments of the flesh or body like
the Turkish Baths wuu
OREGON BATH HOUSE
fYnan a a Tn nntil 9 D. m.
Lady and Gentlemen attendants
1fi7 Vm. V. rnTnTnerial KL
At the Electric Sign "SHOES"
Luggage and Trunks
What Have You?
We buy, sell end exchange
new ind second-hand rurni
tnre. atnTM. ranees, rugs,
tools, etc. We will buy 70a
is a most disagreeable
ailment. .Nothings can s
inranacitate - a man for
business or regular life.
is easilv obtained, and it
is a remedy that always
Jhaefer's Cold Tablets
will break your cold in
24 hours. Sold 'in 25c !
packages. ' " ' '
First in Price. First in
Values this has always
been the policy of this
Our new woolens have
been received. Every pat
tern based on the low.
This puts us a season
ahead of the ready-madea
you now get clothes
.tailored to your measure.
on the NEW STYLES, at,'
the NEW PRICE, as low
Antn IJrente SnDndnI
Police officers were called Mon
day night to quiet a disturbance,
in the Bin Sin noodle house. 8am
Muhleman., who was reported as
intoxicated,' entered the eating
house and ordered refreshments.
Upon not being served as quickly
as he desired, the Chinese report
ed that he went into tb kitchen
and ordered them around with
knife In his hand. The officers
arrested Muhleman and placed
him in the city Jail. Thursday
.mnrnin r Vi waa riven a hearing
before Judge Earl Race and paid
a fine ot.25. The judge ordered
that his automobile license be
suspended, as evidence in tne case
proved that he was anving an au
tomobile while in an imoxican-u
condition. ' .
Boy Keape; Caught
Gordom stodaara. i years um.
and Hampton Hartwlg, ii. e-
ramrf n limit 9 o'clock la?t night
from the hospital at me
training school where they were
under quarantine because tney
had been exposed to measles. An
hrtnr and a half later they were
(caught at Turner by A. R. Mason
and J. M. Bones, wno reiurncu
them to the school and received
th.Tiward of S5 each allowed oy
the state for returning boys who
escape from the Institution, Stod
dard's home Is In alla wana
nnrl the other lad also lives in
eaftern Washington- -Stoddaru
atnlo an antomobile in Pendleton
and kept it for a month at his
home in Walla Walla before he
was returned to Pendleton end
rmumitted to the Orecon school.
He lacked only a few days 01 oe-
in 18 vears Void St the time.
when he would have been subject
tn the federal law for taking a
stolen automobile across the state
line. , . -.
of national resource" argregatesj
$l.S18.::i.40. which inclnden the!
state and county fairs, exhibit of j
Oregon products at Portland, the
ReographU.. horticultural. Um
desert land, state water. livestock
sanitary, stallion registration and
veterinary mdical examining
boards; the bureau of mines and 1
geolory, flax industry. I'acinci
nnrfhweat tourist association. Pa-1
clfic international livestock expo
sition and thrj fish and game com
mission, and state engineers de
For "health and aanlutlon."
the estimate aggregate I27C.-
577. SR. nnder the head of the
state board of health, aocial hy
giene society, tuberculosa hospi
tal, dairy and food commissioner.
and-ths barber, cniropraeue. arn-
tal. medical, nurses, optometry,
and pharmacy boards. .
For highways the aggregate is
181.234. 14. which Includes
f 2.081.678.10 reeultlnc from the
annual one-mill levy for market
roads. The balance of the esti
mate for highways comes from
estimated receipts from sales of
bonds, from th-9 federal govern
ment, from the counties of the
state, from the tax on gasoline,
from motor vehicle licenses and
one-fourth mill annual levy, tc.
For "charities, nopsitais ana
correct! on . the arrrecate ix J 3.-
Ufi 75? ST. and under this classi
fication are Included the board of
control, which the governing
board of various state Institu
tions the hospitals at Salem and
Pendleton. , the fleeble-mlnded.
blind, deaf, boys' training and
girls' industrial schools, the peni
tentiary, the Florence Crittenden
and Patton homes, for the care of
orphans, foundlings and wayward
girls, for the Cedars at the city of
Portland, and for the return ot
fugitives from Justice.
Under tho had of education,
the requirements aggregate IS.
ss4:i 22.37. This classification
includes the trices of the super
intendent of public instruction,
the board of examiners, the am
ount expended for vocational ed
ucation, the board of higher
curricula. Oregon state library.
1. S. g-httibu GIo.
The Store With The
Pay AsYoa Co Plan
COME TO THE CO. M.
New Year's Eve
The floor is in excellent slupr Tor daneing.' We -srHi '
have a seven-piece orchestra. Fun rovidrd at inidniljt.
Tic Chrrriana and their friends will le there
1 ri FJZ
.-Thuriday, Deceinher 30th, 1920, l:30p.Ta.,ftt
v 517 North Capitol street
1 white enameled bed; 1 cream enameled bed; 2 sets
springs; 2 mattresses, ffood as new; 2 good bureaus,
cream and white: 1 oak library table, good aa new; 1
leather rocker,- good as new; 1 maple rocker; 2 good
carpets; 1 sas rane; chairs; oil paintinss; 1 set En
cyclopedias, 28 vols.; 1 small stand; 1 electric sweeper",
washtub and wringer; fruit and "jars and other ar
ticles; 2 larsre earthen jars; 2 kitchen tables; 1 Tnirror.
TERMS CASH. This is good furniture, A chance to
buy a bargain. Be on time.
BEN F. WEST,
GEO. SATTERLEE v
Phone 1177 .
i .. - 'V . . ...... - ' - ' I
The same high grade lin-
ings, the same careful
tailoring, the same iron
clad guarantee, but NEW'
FABRICS, W H XV.
STYLES at the NEW
Men, there is no need to
wear last season's ready
mades when you can
come to this reliable..
store and have your
clothes tailored to meas
ure at these low prices.
426 Stale Street
C. II. Karr. nrinclual of tho Si
letz schools, was a Salem visitor
vttrta frtonnins off -to visit
with frtpnd on his way to i on
land to attend the, state-teacners
C. D. .Qtnrry of Llvesley was in
I thv city yesterday.
I it t. Mrtorp. a drueeist - of
unnnmim. was utrit? j c-v t uj
A. J. Taylor of Mill City was
visitor in the city Tuesday.
Mrs. Marr L. Fulkemon went
tn Portland vesterday to attend
v, eti Tmhrii' afmoclation
vWifh its ooenine session
n ii V. Aldrich Is out axaln
after being confined to his resi
de with a brief illness.
Heavy Hatdinz Curbed
by County Court Action
Th rountv court took action
ct orriav in condemniCE tne
-Skf hMTT lOaQS On Wq
.i-xi h.in Silverton and North
SUrer Creek Falls. This road hai I
kM hadlv damased tnrougn
banllns heavy loads of green tks.
nA th rnnrt thinks It essential
r. limit the welzht of loads.
Confmcncinc on January 1 the
-elcht hauled over the road w4ll
h. KmitM on one and a half tons.
Heavier hauling will not be per
mitted until 3!arch l.
Motion Picture Shows
All day -w have been kept buiy t ellinj SuiU, . OrereoaU, Maddaawi,
er. Pnnle from all this turToundins: terntonr haTe ccne and 11 pro
claimed there was never such prices on Men's and Boys' Apparel ,We
have done it have opened - .
. SUiT, S
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Ferv .Sint. Overcoat. Mackinaw and pair of Pants in the House for Lien.
Yntr Mon anrl Boys are on Sale without any reserve. Every sale iasX -
m w lui - - - p
Alterations Free. - ' '
Don't wait longer Suits can't come to any lower prices than we quoted
Coirie Today-Now, If Possible
Pick X)ut Your Suit. Come
out. . ' :
COL. W. "P. WRIGHT
A nH lnn)M
Start at ""Tonight
271 N. Com'l St Salem, Or."
All New and Desirable
MAX 0. BUREN
Knle Atrrint for Garden
lj The boya deparfmeat of th
List your sales with ns
135 N, COM'L STREET
l.i.. m.nv t1vtiii of that de-l
i 'u . .
r i'honc 1'Ji
nartraent when-1 fie Doys presnw
tonight. at ,7:io f)e -first of
Klght Phone 1047 PboneTl4
i!l79 NV . Commercial St., Salem