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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
tcRblatlve Committee Named
roeorge Wi Weeks, S. A. Kiggs.
a A. Hughes, J. A- Baker and
I cr'eenbaum have been appoint
ed as a legislative committee to
represent the Marion county J
osiers &?e dorlng.the con
iesslon of the legislature.
Fitted at Tyler's Drug store by
,a expert in the business. (Adv.)
aisle Date Fixed
The January clinic ot the Mar
ten County Children' bureau will
L hMd in the Commercial club
on Thursday, afternoon, January
27 All children to be examined
Ihould be registered wi;h Mrs.
R. L. lathews, Falrview avenue,
Salem. , , 1 - '
The business men s luncheons
that wece discontinued during the
holidays will.be resumed Monday
at the Commercial club. On Wed
nesday night - will be - the next
Oln Morula meeting, and on tne
following Tuesday, January 18, at
me same place, the Business
Men's league will hold its month
ly session. Dr. Charles E. Bar
ker,. International Rotary club
lecturer, will be the Monday noon
Liiiht Fixture- Stole
Ward K. Richardson reported
to the' police yesterday that the
electric light tlstures In. his house
zX 1093 South Fourteenth Street,
had been stolen. He thinks the
fixtures'were Uken some time af
ter December 13.
Magazine Club Rate
The Ace, 127 N. High.
locror' Car FouimI
! An automobile belonging to Dr.
W. Carlton Smith, which was re
, ported stolen Friday night, was
rouna yesterday at Fourteenth
an Leslie streets. A spare tire
with a rim, two inner tubes and
a single-barrel Ximp were missing
from the car when found.
Every Suit at Mosnrr'i
Reduced. . See our
Train nitH'ks Street
A passenger train was said by
residents of Fourteenth street to
have blocked traffic at the inter
section of Howard street for
about an hour yesterday. Com
plaints were made to the police
Walter L- Buchanan, charged
with embezzling from the Stan
dard r Aulo Repair ' shop. . was
brought "back from Colfax. Wash.,
yesterday by former Chief ot Po
lice Welsh. He was brought be
fore Judge Unruh and piven the
statutory time, which is 24 hours,
to enter his plea.
I H!m Leyy to Ret
ed! ib response to
A Treat for You
Better-Yet bread. (Adv.)
"Conrad in Quest of
. Continuous Show
Drs. White and Blanhall
Osteopathic physicians, U. S. Bk.
Colliding Drivers S?uie
A collision, occurred yesterday
ot the foot of Center street when
automobiles driven by John E.
Petes and a salesman of the Val
ley Motor company collided. Both
cars were somewhat damaged and
an agreement was made between
the two drivers in settlement.
Helpful Health Hint.
Just Like a Gypsy
Ask to hear this popular dance
record. II. L., Stiff Furniture
A poeketbook Identified as that
lost by Alice Palmer, was found
Friday night by Police Officer
Porter at State and Commercial
Hughe Will Probated
An -order was filed yesterday
in the county court admitting the
will of Emma P. Hughes, de
ceased, to probate. The estimat
ed value of the estate Is $15,000.
Lulu II. Bush and J. Frank
Hughes were appointed as execu
trix and executor, and L. P. AI-
drich. Roy Burton and George F.
Tticheq were appointed appraisers
of the estate.
the many In
quiries, word has been received
that Mira Elizabeth levy, who bas
been studying abroad,' will arrive
in Salem on or about Jan. 15 and
will be in a position to receive a
limited number o: v.oiln pupils.
Phone 244. Studio 363 Court st.
Genuine leather handbag, regu
lar $g.50 value now $6.35. C. S.
You Will Like Better-Yet Bread
Ask your grocer. Mistland Ba
kery. Phone 544. Adv.
Released From Jail
H. C. Robinson and A. C. Kelsey
were released rrom the county
jail yesterday, upon the grand
jury Mailing, to find true bills
Old Cases I minced
Judge P. R. Kelly of the cir
cuit court cleaned un and dis
missed an accumulation of old
circuit cases Ion the docket this
week. About 150 cases, ranging
n agre from two to six years, were
dismissed for want of prosecution.
Have You Tried Better-Yet
Bread. Mistland bakery. Ask
your grocer. Adv.
SALEM CLEANERS AND
' Repairing and Alterations
1215 S. Coral St. - Phone 1863
Wniamette Valley Transfer
Fait Out Freight , Dally Between
. Portland and Salem
I , Phone 1400 . ,
The Vacuum Cups Have ar
I A. H. MOORE'S
DOUGHNUTS 30c Doz.
SALEM BAKING CO.
)39 Court Street. Phone 954
15 bar Savcm Soap f 1.00
; 10 pounds Onions .23c
talons, per set.-. ....... ..S2.oo
loads, per sack. 914(0
Wheat, per hundred... ..S-i.O0
The Hienland Grocery
none 491 746 Highland Avenue
W. W. II00RE
' rornltnr Store
. . The Bomd ot tie JletnU
Ion est more for your money at
- It Pare to Trade as) Th4
f ARMERS CASH STORE
' C. Barton Dnrdall
MT North Conuusarctsl tiT,
: WOOD WOOD
Call G. H. Tracy Wood Co.
' for all kinds of I
' - dry wood
Salem School of Expression
Lulu Rosamond Walton, Director
147 N. Commercial
Phone 592 1484 J
Special Course in Public Speaking
WHXJT XH SJLLTK. OZZOOV
V SXJOH HOTEL
' A Hon Away from Boa
Blrictlr Madam $1 00 par day
100 Kams af Solid Oaafort
Only Hotel ia Batiaxaa Ittitriet
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Secure Reliable Fruit and Orna
taental Trees. Small Fruits, Roses,
i from- :
TUB SALEM NURSERY .
' - COMPANY
428 Oregon Bldg. i Phone 1763
Talking Machines and Becordj
Flayer Pianos and Player Soils
. . V
conducts sales anywhere In
Marlon or - Polk counties.
Store located 270 N. Com'L
K.-tte in Court's Hand
The will of the late Margar
etta V. Hoffman, the estimated
value of which is said to be about
$4,000. wa submitted to probate
yesterdav In the county court.
Letters estamentary were issned
to Joseph P. Hoffman.
Order Your Cake
For that Party;
Joseph Irwin has filed with
Percy A. Cupper, state engineer,
an application for authority to ap
propriate water from Ash creek
for the Irrigation of 20 acres ot
land In Hood River county. Other
applications have been received as
follows: By R. v. Parker of
North Powder, covering the ap
propriation of water from North
Powder river: for the irrigation of
a small tract in Baker county. By
Frank Readen of Bay City, cover
ing the construction of a reservoir
and the appropriation of water
from Trask Tlver for power devel
opment in Tillamook county. By
George 8. Hoyt ot Fort Klamath,
covering- the proposed appropria
tion of water from Jackson creek
and Williamson river for the irri
gation of. 4 60 acres in Klamath
Yr IIave Trwalts
Priced from $11.15 and up. C.
S. Hamilton." (Adv.). J
Mls' Bfarleay Appointed-
Announcement has teen made
of thtappoirtnieat of Miss El Ira -
ixth Macleay as head of the Eng
lish department of the Salem
high school to succeed Miss Edaa
Sterling, "recently resigned to take
a similar position in Lincoln, high I
t-c'uool of Seattle. Miss Macleay
has been Identified with the Eng
lish department for several years.
standing next In line in the mat-ChcmaWa WlM FtOm
III Ul KIIIIC III IUC lulling UCiU.
r,IARI0N COUNTY MAY
; BE CUT ATBROOXS
(Contiaaed from page 1) .
Marshfleld . the roads and high
ways committee. '
In the lower houe Hetbert
Gordon of'Multnomah andoubted-
ly will agaia lead the ways and
means committee. It Is probable
that T. B. Kay of Salem will be
a member ot this committee.
Genoine leather. Regular $6.25.
special $4. GO. C; S. Hamilton.
MiU City Legioner
"A Circat lecliion"
Will be the subject of the ad
dress this morning at the First
Congregational Church, followed
by reception of members and holy
Get them at The Statesman of
fice. Catalog on application. (Ad)
Loyal Tracy was arranged yes
terday afternoon before Judge G.
E. Unruh. charged with as tatu-
torv offense.' He' pleaded iot
guilty and will be given a pre-
liminary hearing Wednesday at
10 o'clock. His bail was fixed at
$300, which was furnished.
Case on Docket
An application was filed yes
terday to place on the January
docket of the circuit court the
esse of Virgil H. Masev vs. W. J.
Meyer and Marion Meyei1. ! I sir
the Y. M. C. A. Manitous in a fast ungn-toaay
rasketball game last night ly a
score of 26 to 7. Scott was in
the limelight for the Manitous.
while Aldrich starred for the
Thomas Ihinsmore Dead
Thomas 11. Dunsmore died at
Lis Salem residence Saturday
morning at the age of Z years.
The remains .are at the Rigdon
funeral parlors. Funeral an
nouncements will be made later.
He Is survived by two children.
W. A. Dunsmore of Oakland. Cal.,
and Mrs. P. R. Robertson of 1265
North Fourth street, Salem. Mr,
Dunsmore was a member of Rick
reall lodge Ko. 7. A. F. &-A. M.
Extra Good Show
Four acts vaudeville at
Just the style and price you
want. Special this week, 20rt off.
C. S. Hamilton. (Adv.)
Salem Office Opened
F. P. McCoole. manager of the
Dundas-Martin company for the
Salem district, bas opened an of
fice at 329 Oregon building. As
sociated with him are Messrs.
Green. Ellithorpe. Storberg. Swan
and Jenkins. This company bas
the sale of $1,500,000 of stock
of King s Food i Products com
pany, operating the Salem dehy
dration plant and other plants.
nd it is the intention to dispose
of this stock In the next 15 weeks
hrough the 22 offices ot the
Dundas-Martin company through
out the country.
By a score of 18 to S the bas
ketball team of the Indian train
ing school at Cbemawa defeated
th A in erica a lerkn team from
Mill City last night. The came
wan played on" the Chfaiawa i
court. The contest ia said to
hiT txen an latrtlnr m
There Is a lot o: talk azraut op- ;
posing nudity oa the stage. Why
no try ridiculiag it? Every ether
method -of warfare bas failed.
Bobbin 1 Speak
Dr. Robbins. dean of the school
of commerce of the University of
Oregon, will be the principal
speaker at the Monday noon lun
cheon of the Salem Commercial
club. Dr. Charles E. Barker, the
noted lecturer for the Rotarians.
will also make a short talk at
Genuine leather. $4.50 special.
C. S. Hamilton. (Adv.)
CARL & B0WERS0X
383 Court Street Phone 409
. i . i .j
of all kinds such as furniture,
stoves, ranges, machinery, of
all kinds see the
CAPITOL JUNK &
BARGAIN HOUSE '
2 IS Center
MR. CAR OWNER
Why worry along on 3 cylinders.
A STROMBERG CARBURETOR
makes your car perform perfectly
and saves gas. Put on by us at ten
days' free trial.
Great Western Garage
Phone 44 Opposite Court House
. S; C STONE, M. D.
and does a general office practice.
Office Tyler's Drug Stora
157 South Commercial Street
Dance every Wednesday
' HIGHEST PSICZ PAID
SECOND HAND FUHNITUIIE
Stoves, Carpets and Tool
Capital Hardware Furniture Co.
285 N. Commercial St. Phone 47
ELECTRIC MACHINE &
! ENGINEERING CO.
Tor Thor Washing Machines and
Electric Work and Supplies.
127 Court SL I Phone 481
HARTMAN BROS. CO.
Tor Tine Jewelry '
Jewelen and Optidxns
Takes the place ot
elota at about one
i MAX 0. BUREN
171 N. Commercial St
167 North Commercial SI
M the Electric Sign "SHOES"
What Hare Yon?
We buy, sell and exchange
new and second-band furni
ture, stores, ranges, ruga
tools, ate. We will buy you
COL. W. F. WRIGHT
171 N. Coml St., Salem. Or.
List your sales with us
People's Furniture "
Night rhone 1047 Pboa7S4
: BJLLEU ALBANY '
Do you take
If not, wny not?
No other baths or treatmenu
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 t p. m.
Lady and Gentlemen attendants
Will Buy a
ONE MINUTE ELECTRIC
The Store of HOUSEWARES
Walnuts and White
A Great Army
of unemployed men and wo
men, out of work, "looking for
Jobs" the ; great army of-the
untrained. Like the "great ar
my of the unwashed," it is a
burden on society, iand' bas
small excuse for existence.
Jest as a little soap, water and
"elbow grease" will lift a man
from the ranks of the unwash
ed, so a little effort and sac
rifice will lift a man from the
ranks of the untrained and put
him in the way of success. .
Don't be a business hobo. Have
a permanent, useful place in the
workaday world. The right
sort of training mill do this for
you. We can help you get this
training-. Write or call for our
catalogue. Day and night ses
Capital Business College
Made of lest pure rubber.
'A full assortment.
2 quart size
Sec them in our wimluw.
Sole Agent for Garden
135 N. COM'L STREET
I Phone 197
Vaudeville at the Bligh
Xccd Xo Ucei
A. t:. Burgbdutr. state game
warden, has addressed to Attorney
General VaVn Winkle the ques
tion whether a person who is the
son of the owner of land on which
be was hunting and killed a deer.
not having a license, is required
to tag the deer with a tag taken
from the hunter's game license, in
in view of statutory provision ex
emptlng theowner of the land and
members of his family from the
necessity of having licenses while
hunting on such land. The attor
ney general's reply is in the nega
Our January Sale
" Embraces wonderful bargains
late millinery at 12.50 to 15.00
o winter hat in the store over
$7.50. The French Shop.115 X
High street. (Adr.)
Dinner 3Ionday XUzht
Everything is tn readiness for
the get-together dinner at the
Y.M.C.A. Monday night. The
guests' of honor will be George
Irving of the international Y.M.C.
A ot New York City and W. W
Dillon, state secretary of the Y
M.C.A. and John Rudd of . the
state work committee. These
men will present the complete
plans for the program of the
state Y.M.C.A. convention, which
will be held in Salem January 28
29, and '30. Many of the prom
Inent religius workers of the city
will be present at the dinner.
Just received, shipment of II,
SI. 50 and $1.75 i Eversharp Pen-
cils. Commercial Bookstore.
ArhrMtn Will Lrctu
The Salem Ministerial union
announces that it has engaged
the armory for 3 o'clock Sunday
afternoon, January 16. when it
has arranged for the Rev. Thomas
Acbeson. pastor of the Jason Lee
Methodist church, to deliver bis
remarkable address on the sub
ject. "The Truth, About Ireland."
There will be no admission fee
charged. The : committee in
charge of the meeting is Rev.
James Elvin, general secretary ot
the Y.M.C.A.. Rev. Blaine Kirk
Patrick, pastor of the First Meth
odlst church, and Rev. R. L- Put
nam, pastor of the Court Street
The French Shop
onderful millinery bargains
in our ' display windows. Be sure
to see them. 115 N. High street.
f PERSONAL IIEIUIOU
c- . .
Those who em
ploy us have the
they will receive
the highest deg
ree of 'service
We are equip Kii
to handle a com
mission in a tho
Our services are
t OUR SIGHT
' When yon travel take a suit
case with you that suits your re
quirements. Special this -week.
20 off.' p. S. Hamilton. (Adv.
Second Semester Begins j
The, Salem Community School
of Religious Education for church
workers and parents will open for
the second Semester,' Monday
night Jan. 17th. From (.45 to
7.30 Dr. W. T. Mllllken will teach
a class on the sylabus. High schol
students; as well as those who
wish to teach will be welcomed.
From 7.20 to 8.45 the studies
will be the principles of teaching;
teaching values oft the New Tes
tament, and program of th-j Chris
tian church. From 8.15 to 9.00
administration of the churcb
school, standards of the children's
division and boyhood.
Mrs. B. F. Derringer and son of
Woodburn were visitors in the city
Judge L. A. Beckner of Hop
mere was here yesterday.
Lee McCormick ot Brooks .was
in the city yesterday.
W. A. Taylor ot Macleay was In
Salem yesterday on road matters.
,Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Foster ot
Missoula. Mont., are among the
guests registered at the- Marion
hotel for the week-end.
Don H. Upjohn, private secre
tary to Governor Olcofx. returned
Saturday from Kalamaioo. .Mich-
where be was called on account of
the death of his mother, Mrs. Mil
lie K. Upjohn.
U. S. MUST BE
STRONG SEA POWER
(Continued from page 1)
nancial conditions. He advised
that there be no attempts to rem
edy the situation by piecemeal
measures, but that farmers, man
ufacturers and all xther croups
be prevailed - upon to take their
share of after war depression.
PaMtor Goes to Iowa
Rev. H. E. Pemberton. for sev
eral years psstor of the South Sa
lem Friends church and prior to
that superintendent ot the Oregon
yearly meeting- ot the Friends,
left Friday morning for Iowa.
where be will be engaged in evan
gelistic work for several months
The -family will remain in Salem
during bis absence.
"Shoes foe the Xew Year-
And the rest ot life, will be Dr
Kantner's sermon topic this even
ing. Good music. (adv.)
.UR !gbt Is" tbs God
guide that helps as
pick our way through
the tangled time-trails. Let
the experience of others
guide you wisely when you
feel your need of glasses.
Have our trustworthy opto
metrist test your eyes and
the glasses we will furnish
yo'i at reasonable cost will
cause you to see the wisdom
af coming here. .
0XKAL IS FIRE VICTDf
ENGLAND. Ark., Jan. .
Fear was expressed here today
that Gus O'Neal, aged 0. was a
victim of the fire which de
stroyed the Royal hotel here yes
terday. O'Neal was a gnest o:
the hotel and has not been seen
since the fire took a known toll
of seven lives. '
C. S. Henry Dead
C. S. Henry. 8 5 years old, died
at his home south ot Salem about
10 o'clock last night. The remains
are in charge of the Rigdon com
pany and funeral arrangements
are to be announced later.
Fur Rent. lKiIat
Housekeeping suite, also sleep
ing room. 292 North Summer.
One block north of State house.
Silverton Win Games
The game between the basket
ball team of the. boys' training
school and the Silverton btzh
school team, played last night oa
the training school floor, resulted
in a 17 to 15 victory for the visit
ing team. These games are thor
oughly enjoyed by all of the boys
of the training , school who are
very' proud of their own own team.
The next game will bv a return
game on the Silverton floor. The
date has not been fixed.
Now booking orders for spring
delivery. C. N. Needham. 558
llitate. Phone 400. (adv.)
Let Us ResoWe
That in the New Year
we shall make the moat
That we shall be proud
of each day's work and
happy at the prospect
of the labors of tomor
row; That each day shall
find progress made to
ward the ; goal of our
ambition and that at
the end bf the twelve
months before t us we
shall find our homes
better homes, our lives
better lives and our
selves better men.
HENRY E. MORRIS
202-21 1 Bank of Commerce
Is characteristic of our ey
examinations. 3r tests are.
unerring; and ytyr eyes are
safe In our care.
LET US SHOW YOU
that we can relieve that
quint, take away those
frowns, overcome headaches
and ' relieve much nerve
We offer this careful ser
vice to those who want the
"BEST" for their eyes, and
still at a reasonable cost.
For" those who wear glasses,
we offer an insurance cover
Ins roar lenses, against
breakage. Better investigate
. this, it saves yon repair
Dr. Albert R. Miller
610-11 U. S. Natl Bank Bids
TV-r ! taaar Wrr M(a-T.
The Garnet is found in
many parts of the world.
The. best American, gar
nets are found in Colora
do, New Mexico and Ari
tona.' and are as fine as
those . found in other
countries. . These garnets
are blood-red, almondine,
yellow and other colors.
Our stocks offer many
selections in gamet-eet
jewelry for January
Wild Rose is the Janu
ary birth flower.
P0MER0Y & KEENE
Jewelers and Opticians
Liberty and State Stmts
will be a biz year for
I am prepared with a blr stock
MAX 0. BUREN
179 No. Commercial St-
By the Year
rVhen you buy a ready-made suit with one pair of
pants, the pants are worn out in a few monthsf-of
course this means the expense of a whole new suit.
But you buy a tailor-made suit with a pair of
Extra Pants Free
The suit lasts you twice as long a real saving in
your clothes expense-? Of course we cannot offer you
extra pants free for many days. . This offer is limited.
SO ORDER NOW
Scotch Woolen Mai
....... . . u r i .
426 State Street
' .... ;
wFour Seconds to Find or
File a Letter i"
THAT is the average fndlng or fiiag
time in one natioiulJy known
. ic2xe. ' (ITame oa reaoest.) . ,
The T and En Piect, ITtme TUlsz
System makes this speed and accuracy an
r, ertryday oexmecce -t w .
Actcal tests made in hoalreds of offices
'show that with this irstem aa arerage
clerk can find or file any piece of corre
spondence in less than ten seconds.
The wonderful speed of the T and E
Direct Name Filing System is doe to its
elemental simplicity. -
If yocr filing department is not up to this
standard, let us demonstrate the system
to you today. .
. Ask es for yocr eery of enr sew booklet-
Tia&fl( and mint ia Less tkaa
COMMERCIAL BOOK STORE
163 North Commercial SL
lTB ORFCON STATESMAN. aALrf.- OREGON.
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