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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALVJM, OREGON.
SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY 22,-1921
cnaai raeetinz . Camtal
C, post No. 9, American le
rlon, Tuesday, Jan: 25.
at the Salem armory at
7:30 p. m. Adv.
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KMtert HaV Daughter
iTaughter was born to Mr.
lBdrs. Joseph D. Kaster. route
2 1 Balem, Thursday. January 20.
. rrf.-m nd Joy '
"Sack Sennett's -Married Life"
ftt Te Uberty, Sunday; five big
mirthful reels- AdT.
U the speaker at the . Monday
rooa luncheon of the Commercial
,lnb He will take as his sub
wt' his hydro-electric bill, and
ITe Portland fair for 1925. - :
vTrrttteTat Tyler's Drug store by
aa expert In the business. (AdT.)
Henry Schor.ijjver Improving-
Henry Sehotnaker, who has
been a resident of Salem since
1874 and has served as tyler for
the' Masonic lodge and O. E. S.
for more than 35 years, has been
confined to his home at 129G
South. Commercial street, by a
severe , illness since ' Christmas
eve. He is now slowly improv
ing. ' -'
be entertained. Games, stories,
pictures and refreshments wilt
be anion? the attractive features
of the entertainments. A full jat
tendance of the members of ilia
two classes U urged by these iu
charge. ! '
ted to a slight operation -yesterday
at the Deaconess hospital.
Basket IVnll f f
IT. of O. vs. ; Willamette uni
versity, Saturday, Jaft. 22. 7:30
p. m Salem armory. Admission
50c. Adv. '
Held IHrector's Meeting
The Milter Mercantile company
held a dirwtors meeting yester
day, with representatives from
their various stores throughout
the valley ; in attendance. The
meeting concluded with a dinner
at the Spa last nisht.
Mertinjr of Newspapermen .
A committee meeting of the
Oiegon State Newspaper associ
ation was- held in the city yester
day. Among. those in attendance
from elsewhere were Lee D. Drake
of the Astori3 Uudget; Manager
Hurd of the Dally Gazette-Times
orCorvalli?: K. M. Reagan of the
Albany Herald; ' J. E. Shelton of
the Eusere Gward. and ;E. K.
Brodie of the Morning Enterprise
of Oregon City.
ucts exhibit in Portland, was in
the city in the interest of an ap-
piopriaticn for the work yester
Walter L. Tooze Jr., of the law
firm of Vinton & Toote. of Me
X'.innville. was a visitor under the
great dome Friday..
TIME RIPE FOR
(Continued from page 1)
Daily, 4 lbs.
25c. Midget Mar-
? BjlilE BURKE
"Going Through" The
- Rye" '
s the Comedy
Ex-Tent let Returned
Charles Brown, an ex-convict
at the Oregon state penitentiary,
was , brought back to Salem yes
terday by an a. cent of the gover
nor from Seattle to complete a
14 years incarceration. Brown,
who was charged with ' grand lar
ceny, was overheard by a deputy
in Seattle whispering to a fellow
prisoner that escape might be
easy because he "had done it be
fore. I us record swas looRed up
and Oregon authorities notified.
Discharge .Papers Filed
Kdmond i H. Patchln filed his
h on o r a bl e d i?ch a r g e pa per s from
the United States army Friday
with the county clerk. Mr. Patch
in was encaged In the battles of
Chateau Thierry and the Argonne.
He enlisted October 4. 1917.
Your G'mns To Order
$10.00 and up. Get your or
ders before; the spring rush. Eli'e
Gown Shop. 414-13 Oregon Bids.
The Ace, 121
Die at fjocal Hospital
John D. Gilbert of Stayton died
at a Salem hospital Thursday
night at the age of 75 years. He
leaves a wife. Ella May Gilbert
of Stayton; one daughter, Mrs.
Je?sle DeZany of Stayton; a son
Spencer T. Gilbert of Seattle;
three1 brothers. Richard or Larra
bee, Iowa; Williamef Sutherland,
Iowa, and Caleb of. Yakima
Wash., and one sister. Mrs. Eliz
abeth Parks of Sutherland, Iowa
The funeral services are set for
2 o'clock this afternoon from the
Rigdon chapel, tho body to be
sent - to Portland for cremation
Collides With Aut
A small boy riding a bicycle
west on Court street yesterday
afternoon ran into an automobile
which was turning-off Court on
to High street, according to a po
lice report given by E. A. ennett.
1020 Chemeketa street, driver of
the automobile. Though Fome-
what stunned, the boy, whose
name was not given the police,
did not appear to be hurt.
Great Britain, for instance to
a larger navy than others."
Because of the threatened
spread of bolshevism. the witness
said, France might object to dis-
armament on land. In this con
nection, he. said that "the state
of chaos" in which Germany had
been kept over reparations was
doing mere to open the way to
bolshevism than any other single
As to the time of calling a
conference, Mr. White said that
should be left to President-elect
Harding. He did not think that
President Wilson should call It. rs
the fact that he would retire on
March 4 might lead other nations
not to take the Invitation seri
Files Navy Discharge- .
Miiton M. Cox filed honorable
dtecharjre papers yesterday from
the United States navy. Mr. Cox
Legal , Blanks-
Get them at The statesman or-
tice. Catalog on application. (Ad)
Violate Tniffic Ordinance
F. A. Frith., proprietor of tho
Yale laundry, was arretted Thurs
day night by Tolice Officer Brown
tor passing a street car while It
was- lischarging passengers on
State Ftrwt. Mr. Frich was goins V:,tnw t lAop n,ni
wpst on P.tatn Rt rf ot snrl turned I ""-o w .....
north on Commercial, passing th?
street car at the intersection. He
appeared before. Judge Earl Ran
yesterday morning and was fined
to Receive Allotment
Discharge In Filel
Charles G. Wright, first lieu
tenant in the veterinary corps.
filed dlscharee napers from the
United States army Friday. Mr.
Wrisht was stationed at Chicago.
14 kiri'of Cryitt Whit. Soap; 2
v . rr..r nil tiamn: one larse
Mcku B(om WMhins powder..! 1.00
14 of Crm uu oP
a u-.J C.Tin ii.. I.'5
Big Sunday Show ' " : T
10 people at the Blih Sunday.
Adv. . . !i v,.. -
U Urt Uundry Boap
746 Gi(hUA Ann.
' ; Groceries . :
3M Conrt Street . Phone:409
SALEEII CLEANERS AND
m ; uDYERS
;RepalrInc and Alterations
Will FnK-rtain Boys-
Two parties will be given to
day af the Y. M. C. A. for the
beginners and preparatory classes.
In the morning between the hours
of 10 and 12 o'clock a party will
be given for the beginners, and
from 3 to 5 o'clock in. the after
noon the preparatory class will
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
1215 8. Com! St.'
rts.Vacmsn Cnpi baTC ar-
v rived at
Secure Reliable Fruit ana urna
mental Trees, Small Fruits, noses.
" from. . , .
THE SALEM ' XUllSERY
421 Oregon Bids- - Pacne 17C3
Talking Machines and Eecords
Player Pianoa ana riaycr xtoua
lOUGHNUTS 30c Doz. JBBm
SALET.I BAK1WU CU.
M Court Street, Phone 954
, ' Tiumltorfli . 9tOM!
Hi Uomf ol.Ote Ylttrela
toi'rtt mora for yoax' money. t
. It Pays to Trade 4 Tb4
IA2J3S CASH: STORE
v C CnxtOB Dordall ,
tiT Korth CoiciaI
Cell G. IT, Tracy Wood Co.
r , for aU kinds ot
; ' ' ; dry -wood - -; - ,
homjt aeHvery ' ? f Phone 620
Blao Boole Clone
Demancfr of the legislative ses
sion have exhausted tho secretary
of state's supply of the Oregon
bine book.1 An appropriation wilt
edition of the book.
Tien E. C. Quinn. 230 South
Twelfth street, went to get his
automobile from where h had
lft It parked In front of the Elks
club at noon yesterday, he found
it missing, and another of the
same make and model, a Buick,
in its place. He reported the loss
to the police department, and said
in his opinion his automobile bad
been taken in-mistake. The auto
mobile which was lert parked
was taken to the station to await
By the box.
File Final Account
The final account of the estate
of L. C. Cavanagh. deceased, was
filed withthe county court yes
terday. The date for a hearing
of objections -has been set by
Judge W. M. Bushey for Febru-'
ary. 28. Eva Cavanagh was the
administratrix ot tho estate.
Mrs. J. N. Dennie, wife of for
raer Judge Dennie, for many years
a member of the house of repre
sentatives of the Oregon leglsla
ture, will receiv'j 50 a month
out of the Oregon game fund by
an act which passed the bouse yes
terday, in consideration of the
fact that Judge Dennie was the
man. who introduced China preas-
ants into Oregon at a great ex
pense to himself.
Judge Dennie. at the time he
brought the birds into this state
late in the seventies, was consul
general "to China. Early In the
nineties he served In the legisla
ture with Representative Belknap
of Benton. The bill was intro
duced by Representative McFar-
land and was discussed at great
length, before Ivlng passed.
Oleson Again Leads
in Basinets hien's Class
Captain Oleson of th business
men'R class of the "Y" last night
regained the lead which Captain
Hug had taken for the last week
by last night defeating hfs op
ponent in both blfr ball, volley
ball and In percentage lor attend
ance. The contests last night to
taled 15R for Oleson and 192 for
Hue. Tho games were among the
fastest of the series and both
were closely fought.
An imoortant game of the men'i
handball tournament Is slated for
today when Marr and Oleson meet
Harris and Minier. Marr and
Oleson held the lead of Tht league
for some .time and Harris and
.Minier are accredited to be a fast
team. The only other game Is
between Dinse and Utter and
Winslow and Shields.
At 2 o'clock today the Panth
er team meets tne irojan quin
tet in one of the basketball league
games. Following that game the
lifch Flyers play the Preps. At
7:15 th? Destroyers meet the
team of Dreadnaughts. followed
by a same between the earcats
and one of the intermediate
At 9:30 thi morning the lead
ers' corps, composed of the lead
ers ot all of the classes, meet for
their weekly class.
The beginners and the Preps
have arranged parties for today,
the beginners holding theirs in
the morning following their gym
class, and , the Preps in the alicr
roonv The entertainments which
will be rompowd of games
-eats." will bo held in the assocl
at ion rooms.
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LADD & BUSH BANKERS
General Banking E mines
Office florrs frcm 10 a, m. to 3 p. xa.
Han Sli-ht Oieratlon !
Capt. Robert M. Duncan ol
Burns, Or., who is hero visiting
his father. R. B. Dnncan. Bubmit-
Salem School o! Expression
Luln Rosamond Walton, Director
147 N. Commercial
Phone 592 1484J
Special Course in Public Speaking
Great Western Garage
Cm Piston Rings Spot Lights
strombere carrmretor skia
Chains Ignition , Supplies Tires
Opposite Court House. .- Phone 44
. WE KBVJClt
! PERSONAL MENTION i
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conducts sales anywhere In
Marlon or Polk counties.
Store located 270 N. Cotn'L
If yon have a, record yon do not
like come in and get one that
you do like 1 '
1 XL SATTERLEE
Phone 1177 404 Ferry St.
V. S. Brown, hraa or the hor
ticulture department of the O. A.
C. was in the city Thursday.
Herman Peetz i Turner was
a Salem visitor yesterday.
Mrs. Charles Martin of Aums-
ville was shepcine yesterday in
Salem. " ' '
Dr. W. O. Moorehouse has re
turn! from a business trip to
Pullman'. Wash. .
W . A. Taylor of Macleay waa a
visitor in Salem yesterday.
-L.. J. Adams of Silverton nnm
bered among the Silverton gaests
In the city Friday.
W. J. Jefferson of Gerrais was
' : S. II. Van Trump, county hor
ticulture Inspector, was Inspect
ing strawberry plants Thursday in
the vicinity of Silverton.
J. E. Shelton, city editor of.the
Eugene Guard, was In Salem yes
terday attending sessions of the
' Harry Young, who is empldyed
at tire Salem paper mill, has re
turned from Oregon City, where
hewas vifciting with his parents.
. Elbert Bede. the reading clerk
of the house, will spend the week-
in1 rlcltln M fsmtlv at fnftnpt
Grove. . . - -
-Archis Martin ot Tillamook
was in the city yesterday.on busi
ness. : Mrs. -Winnie Braden, who has
charge of the Oregon state prod-
Many Local Shriners
Will Attend Ceremonial
Leaving for Portland shortly
before noon today will be a group
of local Shriners who are going
down to attend a ceremonial of
Al Kader temple. The list will
include: William Bell. 'Elmer
Diu. F. G. BrocV, o. J. Schei. F.
K. Shafer. R. C. Arpke. F. E. Hal-
IS. George G. Brown. M. L. Mey
ers. Glen C. Niles. Joseph McAl
lister. II. D. Patton. W. F. Buck
ner. David W. -Wright. William
McGilchrist. Jr W. W. Moore. G.
JX Schuneman. Albert Gllle. Z. J.
Itiggs. F. 'A. Erlxon. Iee Gilbe-rt.
Dr. O. A. Olson, George ' Ramp,
Howard Ramp. Romeo Gonlet.
Dr. Fred Ellis'. U B. Davis. Claire
Vibbert. Dr. W. H. Darby and
. iAmonqr.the wives, of Shriners
who will accompany the nobles to
Pcrtland are: Mrs. L. B. Davis.
Mrs. David Wright. Mrs. William
Hell, Mrs. G. E. Schuneman, Mrs.
Iee Gilbert. Mrs. O. J. Schei. Mrs.
W. II. Darby, Mrs. Bliss Darby.
HIGHEST PEICS PAID '
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SECOITD HAND rUENITUSE
Stoves,! carpets and Tools
Capital Hardware A Furniture Co.
286 N. Commercial St. Phone 847
ELECTRIC MACHINE &
for Thor Visaing Machines and
; ElectrU Work aad Supplies.
I1T Court BW Phone 481
IIARTllAll BROS. CO.
jTcr Tbi'Jewelrj '
; Jmlan tad OpUdini
Takes tae place ot
lotk at about one
IIAX 0. BUREN
1TI N. Comaerdal St
Electric Sim JSwiwa.
What Hare Yea?
We boy, sell aad sxchiar.
Jg. eto, We wui btty'Vol
coifc w. p. wmant .
' Aoctioneer -'
I Jour sales with us
Dance Eyery Wednes
day and Saturday
S. Commercial St.
Where a Dollar Does
Its Duty V
Beef to Boil 10c
Beef to Roast 12c and 15c
. ..:.--20c to 35c
Our Own Pure Lard $1.00
Quality Meats For Less
my- wPSsi. m
ill W ' iXi-Zrl'r' 1
PAY YOUR BILLS PROJiIPTLY
IF everyone dillyialliei until the very
last rnoment in" paying' accounts
how much business do you suppose
could be transacted. Furthermore, next
to actual cash in the bank, credit i3 the
best asset one can have. :
If you HAVE a nicely Rrowinf? account
at the United States National, all the
more reason you CAN and SHOULD be
prompt in your liquidation ol deDts.
will be a bis year for
Do you4 take
It not, way notT
No 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. rtx. until 9 p. xn.
Lady and Gentlemen attendants
Will Bnv a '
ONE MINUTE ELECTRIC
The Store of HOUSEWARES
7alnuts and White-
of all kinds such as furniture,
stores, ' ranges, machinery, of
all kinds see the
CAPITOL JUNK &
1 1 'Scd'
Uniform Automobile Road
Legislation Up Today
representatives Wright of Gil-
Ham, Sherman and Wheeler coun
ties. Carter of Jackson and Kor
rell of Multnomah, and Senators
Hare of Washington and Robert
son of Gilliam. Sherman and
Wheeler, were yesterday appoint
ed members of a special commit-
tee which .will confer in Port
land today, with like committees
of the Idaho and Washington les-
islatures relative to uniform auto
mobile road regulations for - the
three states. The conference will
bepin at 10 o'clock this morning
ana win do neiu ai ids nui;i itru-son.
Uniform road regulations were
urped at a meeting of th Fecre-
taries of state of the northwest
ttates held in Portland before the
holiday, and the conference to
day will be in sequence of tho
move Initiated at that time.
I am prepared with a bis stocli
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MAX 0. BUREN
19 ilUt WUIlUitlM JVTOtt-
it MUtff- BOSTON B0 ;, 1
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MAX. O. BUREN t
This Sign for Good: ;
Salem's Best and Biggest
10 People 10
j Next Monday
Funeral services will be hld
Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the Webb & Clough chapel
fftr William Spencer Sawyer, of
Raleui. who died very suddenly
Wednesday night from heart
trouble, while attending a birth
day dinner for Lis daughter at
the home of U. A. Woodburn In
Portland. Mr. Sawyer was 58
V years of age. 119 had been em
1 ployed by the Huber Paving com-
pany for the past few years as
assistant paving superintendent.
,Mr. Sawyer, who has been a resi
dent of Salem for tne past i
years, was born in Cleveland. O.
( Hesides Uls w"e .Mrs. iiaiu
Sawyer, deceased . leaves two
daughters. Mrs.- F. W. Webb of
Cedar Vale. Kan ..who will arrive
in Salem Sunday. and Mrs. II. R.
Woodbnrn of Portland, a son,
Louis C. Sawyer, of Cedar Vale,
Kan., and brother, C. W. Sawyer,
of Salem Heights.
Senate Passes Bill
for Coos Inspection
' Representative Hennett's meas
ure creating the office of county
meat and herd Inspector for Cooi
rnnntr nassed the senate todav
and' was transmitted to the gov
ernor who Is trpceted to sign It.
NOT LKGAU RtT TKt'K.
"You are accused of attempt
ing to r)b -a pedestrian at 2
nvioek this morning. What have
you to say?"
... "I am not gul!ty. yonr honor;
I can prove a lullaby."
"Yon mean aa alibi?"
i Well.- call it what" von like.
but my wife will swear that I
walking" the floor wun me 007
9t fh honr" mentioned In the
1 These Silk Dresses!
Wc know that every, wonjan who appreciates. beauty, style
and quality in dresses will be won by these dresses for,
frankly, they quite captivated us.! . Everything about them
seems an improvement. The silks are better, more like
those lovely lustrous silks of several years ago; the colors
are more artistic and striking: the modes are so utterly dif
ferent and vivatious that they please on the instant. And
that recognized thrill that comes to every women who knows
she is looking her roost attractive best, is yours when you
don one of these dresses. t ... . ,
ONE OF THESIipULD BE YOUB51 THE PRICES ARE
$19.75 to $54.75
Let us prove to you the saving of the "PAY AS YOU GO1
. plan. Wc have 'tried 'it I J -
Ztl rhon 10IT rhinT4
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V 173 N, Com! Street