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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM; OREGON
THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY ;27-1921
CIT Y NEWS IN BRIEF
File ,IteIort 0 Est ' ,
j he semi-annual report of the
estate oh Wolf, deceased,
was filed yesterday In the county
court Julius C. Wolf was the ex
of the estate. He also filed
in aount 0f the partnership of tlon.
was stopped to discharge passen
gers, reported to the police depart
ment that the motorman making
the complaint was in error. He
said his automobile was not out of
the garage all the day in oues-
in an effort to quiet the title' to
about IS acres of land near Stay
ton. According to the complaint
the right to a clear title has been
under dispute for a long period
of time. .
Dance at the Auburn Hall-
Friday evening. Free bus
leaving O. E. at 8.30. (Ad?.)
Son Is Born
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence of 1030
Norway street are the parents of
a boy, born yesterday.
Cherro Flour .
t your grocer wm give you a
.hoDolng , bag free if you uy
Cherro Flonr. (AdT.)
To Build! Bungalow -
! a beautiful bungalow is in the
oAiirsa of construction at 96
Washington atreet, for E. E. liar- Guild Dance Tonight. Armory
his. The home wnen . completed
wilt cost approximately $4300, ac
cordliig to a permit which has
been Issued in the office of the
city recorder. S. Synnes is the
contractor, , , . ,; ... .
Big Time Big Crowd Big
music Accordion player. Every
thing big. (AdT.)
Claims Error in Report
i E N. Bugglea, who was charged
with passing a street car, while it
Riches Hare Daughter
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley A. Riches of Turner,
January Id. She has been given
the name of Rachel Olive.
February 1-2-3 your chance to
invest in the Young Women's
Christian Association. (Adv.)
Every Suit "ai sloaner'a "Vr
Reduced. See our patterns.
Daughter is Born
A daughter was born January
S to Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Murray
at their home at 444 North Win
ter street. She haa been' named
Lila Louise. 1
An automobile collision occured
yesterday at the intersection' of
Court and Commercial streets,
when automobiles driven by Mrs.
I. M. Wells and William Zirkel.
route 7, collided. Mrs. Wells, who
reported the accident to the police
department, said she was driving
south on Commercial, at the same
time the Zirkel car entered the
intersection and turned eouth in
front of her. Several spokes were
broken out of a weel in the Zirkel
$2500 on real estate security.
Ivan u. Martin. Masonic Temole
Guild Dance Tonight. Armory I
.Nine piece orchestra, with ac-
r EUGENE O'BRIEN
i: , ; . - In- '
U "Broadway and
M i The Road.to Mandalay
j, Sung by
)1 MR. MACDONALD
t CtlBk DUUW JUIJ ,
xne city lire department was
cordion player from Portland. I called into service twice yesterday,
oinging wun aancing. .icaeisiin both instances burninr chim
55 cents. Adv.) . Inevs were the cause. A mthr nn
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i 1 ' ; i usuai coincident was me zaci mat
the number of the residences were
both 475 and the street Commer-
Two Girl Born-i '
Mr. and .Mrs.: Thomas Juza of
1052 Saginaw street, are the par-leial. but one was North and the
ent of a girl, born January 21. (other South Commercial.
tether Ignore Is the name which
has been given to a little daughter
born to Mr. and Mrs. Rodney IL!
iMapes, January 22.
Cherro Flonr - '
Your grocer win give you ".. a
shopping bag free If you buy
Cherro Flour. (Adv.)
To nold Silver Tea
New Spring Materials
At Mosher'a the Tailor.
MrCall & Riley Co-. Inc.
20 Broad Street. New York
City, have published the Financial
Outlook for 1921 (7th year). It
is a valuable book or 40 pages
on , .finance and business for the
The ladles of the south section 1 present year. ; Copies will be for
of the First Congregational church
will hold a silver tea this after
noon from 2:30 to 5 o'clock, at
the home of Mrs. F. A. Thompson,
1575 South Commercial street.
warded r upon 'request
10 iW f Cryttal Whita 8oap: 3
bara at Cram Oil Soap: Urre
paekaf SWmoi washing: powder.fl.OO
14 ef 0r Oil 8op . 1.00
poaad eB CrUe - 1-2
iilon Lanndrr.So.p . 1.00
j H moaijurD oioczaY
US HicfcUaA Aveaua. - Fnoa 496
Card ot" Thank
we wish to thank our many
friends for their kindness during
the sickness and death of our
beloved mother and grandmother; j
also for the many floral offer
Mr, and Mrs. W.' I. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Davis. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schram.
New Spring Fashions
At Mosher'a the Tailor.
383 Cotirt Street.;i;Ptoe 409
SALEM i CLEANERS AND
Lee L. Gilbert . has purchased
the. property of Grant Corby which
includes lot a djoci s a, save a por
tion of the k)t 45 feet long and 26
feet wide. The purchase price waa
High Debater TO
Ralph Bailey, premier debater
ot Salem High school, is confined
to his home with a rather severe
illness and doubt is felt as to
whether he will be able to take
part in the debate which Is sched
uled with' Brownsville for Feb.
Mr. Bailey Is a debater of remark
able ability and the loss will be
deeply felt by the Salem team.
In the advent ot his inability,
Kenneth Terry will take up his
Don't forget the Basket Social
to be given by the United. Arti
sans, Odd Fellows hall. Thursday,
January 27. 8 oicidek. All wel
Visiting at Rosrburg
T. J. imams is spending a
few days in Roseburg visiting
with friends and attending bus
iness. He formerly lived in that
Fitted at Tyler's Drug itore by
an expert in the business. (Adv.)
Pays Fine of Ten Dollars
C. Butte was fined $10 by Jndge
Earl Race, Tuesday for passing
street car, which was stopped to
load and unload passengers.
Get them at The Statesman of
fice. Catalog on application. (Ad)
Charged With Grand Larceny-
Joseph F. Taggert. representing
himself as being an eastern profes
sional baseball player, is wanted
In Tacoma. Wash., on a charge of
grand larceny, according to a mes
sage received by the police officers
of this city. He is said to be about
33 years of age. , The police are
requested to be on the lookout for
I PERSONAL IIEHTION
LEA OF SCHOOLS
nstitutions for Children are
Handicapped by Poor
HUE FISH BILL
"Come and see."
Invariably this la the olea
the ways and means committee ot
Felony is Crime for Writing
False Statement to
IXQSTaATxn ait aOocxxr
too. scWya. Daoosoo ft m
vt U. aua.' roi ov
WITHOUT AT COST TO)
With only ose dlaaentlng ..vote
the house yesterdar. forenoon
passed the Rogue river fish bill
the legislature by the superinten-1 agreed, upon, by the commercial
dents or those state institutions I tuning Interests, sportsmen of the !
having the care of children the I state, and' federal representatives;
boys and girls ot tender years who I at a meeting held" In . Portland
have been called delinquent, the I last November. .The one adverse
detective ot mind or body, the I vote was cast by Representative
blind and deat and those unfortu-l Johnson of. Josephine county, who'
nate in a Bcore ot other ways, who I objected to the emergency clause.
are sent for the only protection I House bill No. .14. by Repreaen-
the world affords them to the I tatlve - Wells of Multnomah mak
state schools, where waiting lists ling it a Xelony for. any person to
are long ana enaunng. i isue a false written siatemeat to
Members of the committee werel secure credit:' passed by a prat-
invited to witness the crowding!
and lack ot segregation at the
school for feeble-minded and at
the training' school for boys, the
congestion ahd fire hazerd at the
girls' school, and last night they
were invited to visit the school
tlcally unanimous vote. The act
provides a penalty ot not mote
than one year In jail or by a fine
of not more than f 1000 or by
JL bill providing, for the licens
ing ,ot dental., hygtenlst- Intro-
. PHONE 120
FfflE FAIULY FUEL
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for those wise enoash to ordsx'
their- coal here.V Hava s de
liver a ton or ttr to Tou all
dreaa4 and note Low. mnch bet
ter heat and cleaaar llrei yba
have. Wouldn't ask yom"
make the test It It cost taora.'
It doesn't. It really coats less
and the trial wHT prove It be
yond question. !
for the deat and the school for the duced by' Representative Hopkins
blind where more room and more of Douglas and .Jackson counties,
adequate equipment and better was Indefinitely, postponed upon
paid teachers are needed. I the request ot the committee on
Alt Schools Insoected 1 dentistry
M.mw. f th. rnmmhtM Willi Representative Gordon's bill.
Insnect -ach nchool and will aerree aimed at. the InterfUU bridge
With tVio .nnrlnMi1n i that 1 ;wWUJtWU v muiuiuumh tuuni,,
thW witbin r..nn was referred to' tke. Multnonlah
But It la a fate guess that in few felgation iM!?? JZ
if anv Inatanrea will thev find i uuc " iumwuuvcu vj wiuu
The Ace,ti27 N; High.
ii (..liaveyoa. piannea to invest in
Repairing and Alteratloni ,iNhej Youtigi .Women's Association
1115 8. Com! St. Phdae 1388 for 1921? (AttT.)
' ; f !tonM'j0Julit,Jiy
Its Yacuinn Cups have ar-
v rired at
A. IL LIOORE'S
WiUiaxn, Buck Die ;
WiTlla.m -Biitt a lonr-tlme
sident of 'Salera. -died in Seattle,
Wash:-yesterday wille visiting hi
son, William Back,. Jr.., He is pur
vlved by three daughters : Mrs.
James Olinger and Mrs. George
Betty of Salem, and Mrs. Lulie
A complaint was filed yesterday I Menard or POrtlahd r and j one
SOU, T llliaLU UV.A , Ul , OCUC
Wash. ..The funeral announce
ments will be made" later. Ar
rangements will be in charge Of
the Terwilliger Funeral Home.
in the circuit court by C P. Nel
bert. against O. K. Goodman et at.
tlXlE 4 . .
tOUGHNUTS 30c Doz:
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1 SALEM BAKING CO.
b Gonrt Street Phona 954
For Spring Planting Order From
THE 8AI,E.I NURSERY
428 Oregon Building
SALEM :; OREGON
ThV Eom ofl tat .Tlatrala
toi gat more- for rotue moan t
--.j t .. ; AlOOTa . . . r .
It ti Fa ji' to Tra4 w IM ,
fARLIERS CASH STORE
I : C Burton DurdaH
aUT Korth Coaasaarctsl 9i '
Player Piano And PI jcr HoSj
. VS BrSCTESS FOXt TOOt
Car not hitting right? Brlng.lt
i to us. A place to get Urea, tubes,
spot lights, skid chains and tire
Great Western Garage
Phone 44. Opposite Court House
' J. T. Hunt, county commission
er. and W. J. Culver, county road
master, are going to Stayton and
Sublimity today. They are making
plans for the road work for the
Judge Percy J. Kelley of the
circuit court; is going to Albany
today to hold court. He will be
in Salem on Friday and continue
the January term in the circuit
court here. By February 1 It Is
thought the calendar for this term
will be cleared.
George Etzel! of Stayton. was
in the city yesterday.
George Sturgia ot Brooks, was
a visitor at' the court house Wed
nesday. John Looney ot Jerterson. waa
in consultation with the county
court yesterday regarding road
business.' . " ' ' ' ' .
John E. Dunn.' president' of the
Oregon Dairy Council or Portland
was In the city yesterday In the in
terest of legislation concerning his
James B. Flnnigan, an attorney
of Portland, was at the state house
yesterday on businesa. .. .
Lloyd Hauser, ot the sporting
avuus.iirra.oi .uauser Bros., with
atores at Salem, Corvallis. and TTn.
gene, was in Salem yesterday on
ouamcss at in state house.
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IT 3IIGHT IXAYi: HAPPENED
The immortal George: "What
a pretty tavern. I do not remem
ber it. 1 had better stop there
and refresh xnysell.
Aide: "But. general, time pres
ses and you have already entered
S.000 taverns, stopped under
twice as many elms, not to men
tion wells and fountains.
The Immortal Georre: T knn.
but the thing has become a habit
them within the committee's pow
er to help, for demands from all
departments and Institutions total
more than 1800.000 lri excess" of
the S per cent tax limitation of the
E. S. Tlllinghast, superinten
dent of the state school for the
deaf presented to the' committee
last night the need of a new build
ing so It will be unnecessary to use
one ot the present buildings which
has been adjudged by two archl-
at the request of the woman's re
lief corps, providing for an oath
of allegiance for all school teach
ers, vas referred to the commit-1
tee on education-to amend the
bill to nrovide that all collets
teachers now employed shall also
subscribe to the oath.
At the request of Representa
tive Child s of Lynn, house bill
10. relating to the terms of conn-1
ty courts, was tabled.
tects and the state tire marshal as"Lavv!dss Lawyer! Board.
Is Aim of Bill by Smiln
unsafe. The " estimated . cost is
$25,000. Among equipment need
ed. is a new printing press In the
printing' department to supplant a
press j) resented second.' hand to
the school many years ago. and a
linotype macnine so modern print
ing may.be taught. ,
When Mr. Tlllinghast
SUMMER SESSION ANNOUIiCEIIEirrS . ;
The summer tetms of the Oregon Normal School : will be tali
- as follows:' .;.'.
moxmolthV ' v ' -V .' v'-- i .kV'Vi
Regular Courses six weeks beginning June 27. 192L
Elementary Teachers Training Course twelve weeks fcw'
; ginnlng-nne 27. lSXlv . v . . ?f.;j
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PEXDLETOX: . , . ' - j
For detailed lffformatloa eoncernlag atonnionti write td J: IL t
For detailed Information eoncernliig' Pendleton write to IL,E
Inlow, Pendleton, Oregon. , ;
To even p on the senate for re
fusing to kill a bin to regulate
drugless . therapeutics. Senator
Smith of Joaepbine county yes
terday introduced a measure to
create a board of lawless lawyers!
to be atmotnted br the rovernor
brought I and to' have power to arrant 11-
up the problem ot teacher, short-1 censes for "ambulance chasing
age he waa questioned sharply by I nd the DractIcea'nrescriber to be
Representative-!, B. Kzf, who re-1 frowned upon by the regular-llhe!
iuki. mtiD i d uvnior jawvsrs. ssenaior zsmiLU is a
Oregon Dairy : Council ; . ' 1
7,000.000' idle people in the Unit
ed States and . that employment
should become easier tq get.
4 "1 doubt if it will be felt In the
teachlne nrofMBion. f srnc1allv tn
the specialized : line we require."
replied lr. Tlllinghast. , "At least I ; The Oregon 'Pairy .council , .wUl
I hava not received an application I hold, a meagng jrthetockhald
In .the last six. months, and ordUlera, and members; on February
narjly J. should have . received al t .2 p.m7 in Portland Central
dozen In that length. of time ... Library., room JL." .Plans' for re-
. iir. Tlllinrhasf informed th 1 organizing cenain orancnes. oj
committee that for six Year thai the work will be discussed. : J.
must keep on stonninr.
terity expects it.- .
; WOOD WOOD
Call Q. JL Tracy Wood Co,;
. for an kinds ol -
J. . drywood;;- ,;':'.V-!'
tronpt deUvary; z l " Fboh 10
ELECTRIC LIACHIHE &
j HIGCiEERIIlG CO.
for Tkor Waahlag Machine and
. i.aueetrxe worK tad Bnppiias,
V UT Cotrt EU
; Jot Tlat Jewelry
eWeleri tvad Opttdini
Takes the plaee to!
loth at about one
third .'. -:"
lit N. dammerclal St
North Commertial Bt
RjitheElectrM Sim "SHOES'
r jpiirilsVeYoii? ;
wt bay. sa and exchange
(new and second-hand furnl-.
j! t. rangea,' mgs,
todlj, ttft w wUl buy yen
j euL ...;.
C0li.W. F. WRIGHT
f ,T N. Coxmst.. Balenu Ors
Ut your sales With m
. Pc:pl6' Fcrcitol
' KlXkl Phone 104T FhowsTf
eondnct tales anywhere la
Marlon or Polk counties,
Etor located 270 N. Coal
Dance Etcit Wedaes
iaj and Saturday
xnanzsT fbics paid
FOT . :
SZCOilD BAITD rUlUUTUalE
Stoves, Carpets ana toois
Csnltai IXardware Fumltare Co.
a MS B1as ftatY
2ti Jim commercial du ruvum
' t -" r'-- ' . '
g AT.TTJL AXBAHT
of all kinds such as furniture,
stoves, ranges, machinery, ot
all kinds see the
CAPITOL JUNK &
315 Center PhonellS
$ 9 .00
ONE MINUTE ELECTRIC
The Store of HOUSEWARES
FI4 for ;
Walnuts and White
PEOPfFS CASH .
MAX. jO. BUREN
179 XT, Coml Gtxt t
Saturday. 11 a. ta.
"TOE lost crrr
per capita cost of . operating the
school has been lower than at any
other school for the deaf' in the
Pacific coast or Rocky mountain
states, , . . . i
The superintendent asked lor an
Increase in salary, but added that
if-the committee could not grant
this to refrain from cutting his
maintenance and teachers' salar
ies. The entire budget estimate is
Blind Need MorVRoom.
j. w.,jtowara urged, a new
building; for the school for .the
blind to. relieve present .conges
tion, fire danger and to mekeseg-r A delightful" evening wss given
regation. possible for the moral !at night by the young .men of
protection oj the Inmates. The es-lthe Y. M. C. A. complimentary
tlmated . cost' Ot the bnlldin. Itn tha.hlch school rirl reserves of
which is not Included in-the bud- t be Y. W. C A., The affair was
v w . vw.uuu. - iw mil uuuiu expression 01 araitiPe u b
estimate, wttb'out -tiie.'Bdildlog. is I toart of the, young .men -for ser-
E, Dunne, the neW presIdenC will
preside. . Fred W, Merrill Is the
new secretary. Edith, Knight Hill,
who haa served ' the council ahd
directed, all the .educational, work
for. the past two years, has re
signed, . .
The. Marlon. County .Produce
and Creamery Co." and the Ladd
c Bush Bank are members ot the
Oregon Dairy Council.' represent
ing this locality.. .
Girl Reserved of Y.W.CJi;
Guests of Boys of Y.M.CA
AI.1ERICAH LEGIOlIr SCOKER
30 Rounds Good Boxing;, j
FRANKIE MURlWof Dearer '
h "r' ;:
..BABE HERIiAN,' Samnwii; -ri :
' ouri curdy ;
Help iht hoys that helped 700 And t onght for' 70a.
SalcnV Armory, Tnesday, Fehruary 1 , 8 p, n.
' AdmHsion $1.50 ;f I fealccay $1.03
' - Ringtide 2.00 ' ;
i 1 ;.
More than 30 years ago the su
perlntendent's salary was fixed at
100 a month, and the superinten
dent asks'the board to inereasa it
to JIz&j- He explained that one of
We have for sale, two apart
ment houses in Salem. Well
located and drawing a good In
Also a splendid, modern eight
room residence In Salem.
S40 acre farm well located in
Oregon, at $40 per acre.
140 acre farm on Paclfle
Highway, well improved at
ISO per acre.
Also one of the best business
propositions In Salem.
OREGON- REALTY EXCHAXGE
by Will E. Purdy. whom every
one knows. '
his teachers is paid $110 a month. I r'nnaiated at. rime and movlnc
The matron, wife of (he superin-. pictures followed by. a lunebwi.
lenu.ni, receives aid. in anaiuon I Fifty-four young . people were
10 ms ,fluues.ss superintendeptcl present to enjoy ;tbe event.
ouircriaicaaeoi noWmTa. miormed
me DOSrOT that B a m fa Krvnk-.
keeper and steward' for the school. I PnrTlan'rl Rrtvr vtfin
The demand ot the state food ' ryr
and dairy department and of the
state livestock sanitary hoard also
were heard last night, the former
asking 150,000 and the latter
C. L. Hawley.' newly elected
A PRACTICAL TEST
There are scores of graduates
of this school In Salem and the
vicinity. Just look about and
see if you can find one person
who has finished a course with
us, who is out ot employment.
We don't know of any.
A training of this sort is an in
surance against unemployment.
We can help you acquire a sim
ilar Independence. Call or write
Capital Business College
vices accorded them by the. girls
in preparing the club's .weekly
Monday night supper It. was giv
en in .the First ; Baptist cbarch
The .program Jor the erening
OtvHjke to Eugene
Earl Henry. 6505 Thirty-sixth
avenue. Portland, and William
Reld of 5435 Thirty-sixth avenue.
also of Portland, .were in the city
food and dalrr commiaainnr mnA I yesterday. Their ares sre 15 and
J .P. Mickle. whom he has sue.i U. respectively. J They told the
ceeded. anneared fdr that fnrf. I police officers they had the per
ment. Increased efficiency which mission of their parenta to walk
it waa claimed would r.nit to Eugene and back. Earle said
consolidation of the atat Amnmr. I he was going to visit II. F. Miller,
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raeni or weignts and measures I"" wnct ,n "swo. ""
with the food and dairy depart- pU intended to obtain an auto-
ment, was discussed but no sent I-1 K"Pn 01 in' mayor 01 i.ujen.
ment of the committee expressed. and "lde from thl the Doy" Id
As a matter of ocnnnmr Mr t. the . trip waa of an . educational
kle said he had advised ti r. Haw- TIu to them. William had al
ley not ta fnra0 ifi nnmtu i I reauy secured an auiograpn 01
deputies at this time I Governor Ben W. Olcott and Sec
Sritem TfoM rwiviir. I retary of SUte Sam A. Kozer.
Under discussion of the live- The P,lce telephoned to the
stock sanitary board. Representa-I narents ot th' Doy, who
live Cbllds raised tb main meir siaiemenis ana iney. wer
sion when he Questioned the fair ajiowea 10 go. iney Fem muca
ness ot the system of Inspecting! ra,e ov iaeir.eiyerince ma
cattle herds that are to be put up I undoubtedly will count yesterday
under the law own-
era are required to have the. tests
pnor to the salewi and are entitled
to the examination without cost-
air, muds said that In many cases
when the state office directs lo
cal veterinarians to maV tii
testa a fee la charcd. Thla v
a red letter day of their trip.
Stanfield is Invited to
As sn. expression of confidence
in United -States senator-elect
m .1... . . I a as u
.amuiea oy ur. w..n.4tle. state I Robert N. Stanfield. the Oregon
Teierinanan, out said J a legislature will Invite him to ad
condltion impossible to avoid be- dress a joint meeting of the house
cause 01 tne numerous tests tnat and .senate on a date, to be ar
must be made. He taJd the de-1 ranged.
partment n policy Is to .KivQ thor-l . A Joint resolution extending the
ournDrea neras tne, preference in I invitation waa yesterday introduc
niaaing ine inspections. .Keinedial led by Senator Thomas. It men
f etiflfatfon waV .suggested; and. a
om may be worked out. ,
.When a woman U.tr.oubed with
Indigestion she . gfts .on , dW.
When a ma k' Is similarly filictei
he votes the third-party ticket.
And the" woman usually gets rid
of hr IrouKle. ' $f j - '
tions that Mr. Stanfield is. pre
paring to leave . for Washington
and proposes that as an expres
sion of confidence in the senator
elect ne oe lnvitea 10 aaarcss
Joint assembly kt . . , ,
Read the Classified Adsl
SOLD THE FARII
Friday, January 28A
V Mile East of Salem City Units, en Market St.
of Gardeir Scad" - 5 T "".T-T ;
Household Fcrmtoe, CHckens,- 2 Ferd Cars, Cow,
Horse, ISO" Fuilaels Hiy, WaYo"nand"I.raV
chin ery, Electric Washer, etc
TERMS CASHf " . '
K. C SHELDON,
F. N. W00DRY, ;
wLbt" your saler with1 Woodry for ResulU
WILL BE HERE NEXT WEEK