The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, February 03, 1921, Page 5, Image 5

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    THE OfcECON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3. .1021
gTy NEWSIN BRIEF
Vick
iwum Without Liaht
z.. T. Vlckj of the
utber. reported to the po-
department Tuesday night by
ivlfflc Ofricer Hayden. for driv
i automobile -without a rear
iihL H cl,eJ lo aPPar and
iBiwer to tbe charge, today at
l;50 o'clock . m. I ,
" ; ' -Ak
For n,"r
At yor Krocer A shopping
bar free with every purchase.
Eery sack uniformly milled from
the be" wnfat. u'.i
Salem V. Iktc v
l!aketbaU, armory, Friday,
Feb. 4. l IV ,lU Admission 3ic.
(AdV.) - ' ) -l ' -
Apprr Anointxd-l-
B.C. Miles." K. n.- Millard and
U 6. Boyer were appointed ap
praisers yesterday by the county
fonrt, of the estate of Rurton E.
Carrier, deceased.
Wanted
Assistant cook Wanted at The
Spa. (adv.)
Capacity Crowd .
tireeted Iouglas Fairbanks'
latest and best picture "The Mark
of Zorro" now playing at Ye Lib
erty, (adv.) I
Racket ball
Multnomah A.A. club vs. Vil'
lamette university. Saturday,
Keoruary ;j, X:l; p. m. Salem
armory. Admission Sop. (adv.)
Fitted at Tyler's Drug store by
an expert in the business. (Adv.)
Dwelling To Il Erected .
A.,bungalow will be erected In
the near future at 724 North
High street, by John (J. Moody.
The estimated-value of the build
ing, according to the permit is
sued yesterday is $2500.
Wanted
i Assistant cook wanted at The
Spa. (adv.)
SIM SECURED '
IN Y. W. C. A. DRIVE
Onl
P.iryile. ldentifi.il
William Frazicr yesterday ide-n- Campaign Will ClOSe
unea a oicyna as Deiongmg 10 ct..J.. h:u i
him which was brought to the Saturday NlQllt If!
station recently by Police orficer
Hayden. E. E. IMrdman also re
covered a bicycle which had been
missing for some time.
Place of Today
le made of reciprocal or Inter-!
luntll a I lit? fKCIIUIlKf H UIIU I IIP loi
ter authorizes exchange of r'K'lp
iccal or inter-insurance contracts
ii this state. I '.nth lulls were
passed.
The following bill was Intro
dined in the house yesterday:
H. It. 204, (substitute for II. It.
!3l by Sloan Amending section
41H. Oregon laws, pertaining to
the maintenance of bridges or cul
verts over county road or state
highways.
Basketball
Multnomah A. A. club vs. Wil
lamette university, Saturday
February 5, 8:13 p. m. Salem
armory. Admission Soe. (adv.)
ALICE BRADY
IX K
?The Dark Lantern"
' Banjo Solo By
.' Mrl MacDonald
ENIA BENNETT "
,S. ix .;
"The Haunted
v Bedroom"
Bicycle Fonnl
A bicycle brought Into the po
lice station Monday by Officer
Brown was found to be one be
longing to Claire Tucker, 1696
North liberty street. Mr. Tnck
er said the bicycle was taken from
the high school building.
St row Hits Car
D. C. Strow, 1870 South Thir
teenth street, while driving his
automobile yesterday in front of
the city hall, had the misfortune
to run into an automobile parked
at the curb. Mr. Ftrow reported
the accident to the police. He
said the fender on his car was
sliehtly damaged but that the
other car which '.ore licanse No.
49103, did not appear to be dam
aged. The cause of the accident,
he said, was due to catching his
fclove on the feed control.
The close of the second day of
the annual Y. M. C A. drive tor
cmitrihutimis toward th .$3500
L
Bill FAILS
Matrazlne Cluh'Rate
; The Ace. 127 N. High.
(Adv.)
Fairbanks' Ilest - ,
! "The Mark of Zorro' this was
the sentiment of hundreds who
witnessed this picture now play
ing at ie Liberty, (adv.) ,
; Ask your grocer for '
DLXIE DOUGHNUTS
t 25c dozen
SALEM lUKiNG COMPANY
439 Court St. , ' Phone 934
1H lira ef Crytt "Wliiu Sop; 3
kiM rrnm Oil Soao: ona Urn
ftcktf Betfotm wliiof pewder-f 1.00
11 1m of Cmn Oil 8oo 1 00
'Mad B Criioo M . 1-25
H kkrt Laundry Soap
1.00
WTflTTT.AWT OKOCEEY
CARL & B0WERS0X
' Groceries
4 . -t
m Court Street Phone 409
I .. - - - K - 1 '
;i , ' :
JALEfil CLEANERS AND
DYERS
ftenalrlng and Alteration!
111s fi: Com! St. Phone 118
lie Vacmxm Cups nave ar-
rived at
) A. H. MOORE'S
W.W-H00RE
rttrnltur Btor
Ttt Homf ct tail Vlettti
tot kt mor for jovx moax
, Moon's
1 -.
uto rick Into Wheel
A bicycle parked on Court
street yesterday was considerably
damaged when a Ford automobile
which according to nolice-records
belongs to John P. -. Marshall
route 6, backed into it. Alfred
II. Berg. 555 Marlon street, the
owner of the wheel reported the
accident to the police.
Every Suit t Siosner's .
Reduced. See our patterns.
(Adv.)
All Shriners Attention
Special meetina for all Fhrin
er in Salem and vicinity liuai-
ness of imnortance. Friday. Feb
ruary 4th. 8 n. m. 'Masonic nan.
(adv.)
Win Two name
The basketball team of the
state training school last night de-
fontotl the Turner hi2h school ana
m Bunralow Christian church
taoma nn fh floor nt the school
Th rime with the Turner school
resulted in a score of 23 to 13
ami th contest with the team of
the Christian church in a score of
23 to ir. Doth of the visiting
teams were accompanied by root
ers.
Apples for Sale at-
L ,T. uevnoias, one mne nunn
on Pacific highway Adv.
budKet for 1921. brousht with It
a feeling of gratitude and satis
faction on the part of Mrs. H. S-
Glle. manager of the drive, and
her corps of faithful workerH
when it was learned that a total
of $184 6 wan already contributed.
Each morning the group of wo
men working on the campaign.
have gathered at the Y. W. C .A.
rooms at 8:30 for a devotional
service before starting out on the
work of the drive. Then re-en
forced with an Inspiration thus re
ceived, and in a deRire to do a no
ble work, have divided into teams
and journeyed forth to carry to
others the. privelege of assisting
in the work of protection and help
for the girlhood and womanhood
of the city and surrounding com
munity.
Though it was thought to close
the drive Thursday night. It has
been decided to continue it until
Saturday night that the campaign
may not be hampered for lack of
time and in order that the great
est possible good from the driv
might result.
Score of Y. M. C. A.
Business Men's Club Close
Captain Oleson of the business
men's class of the.Y. M. C. A. last
night won the championship for
the last month by maintaining his
lead despite bard attacks by the
aggregation under Captain Hut:.
The-' games were the hardest
fought of the entire contest and
gave Oleson a lead of only two
points.
" Oleson came on the floor with
a lead of 7 points and although he
won the volley ball same he lost
both the bift ball and the atten
dance percentasi, thereby losing
five of his leading points. The fi
nal score was Oleson. 301; Hug.
299.
Both teams met at a banquet
last night and captains were elect
ed for the coming contest. The
organisation for the coming con
test has not yet definitely been de
cided.
Measure Regulating Aircraft
Flying Passes in
House
ib's afternoon by a yacht sent to
her aid, after which she was
forced to pick her way slowly.
Tho presidentelect was not on
board when she rroiiil4','d hiving
motored lh 30 miles 'to Fort
Lauderdale and played a game of
golf during the forenoon.
III secretary, O. B. Christian.
Jr.. went ashor from the vessel
and telephoned word of her pre
dicament. v
later Mr. Harding went down -rtream
and boarded the Victoria
lefore she was released.
The vacation party bop in
reach Palm Beach late tomorrow
for a game of golf.
" The Victoria came through tbe
day experience without Injury.
Wanted
Assistant cook wanted at The
Spa. (adv.) -
VALLEY MOTOR CO,
Talking Machines &cd Becordi
Flayer Pianos and riayer juuu
HIGHEST PEICE PAID
, For
SECOND HAND 2TONTTUKE
Stovea, Carpeta and Toola
Capital Hard war St Furniture Co.
28a N. Commercial si. raoue ai
Ask For Oherro Flour
At your grocer. A snoppin0
bag- free with every purchase.
Every sack uniformly milled from
the best wheat, (adv.)
Open House FJclit to F.leven
The open nouse -at iiua'.-'
hall will be from 3 to 11 only, to
morrow evening. The announce
ment that it was to commence at
2 p. m. was premature. "The
workers could not get ready for
that time.
Telephone Commissioners
' Investigate New Device
Legal Blanks
Get them at The Statesman of
fice. Catalog on application. (Ad)
I
V. of O. Men Here
President P. L. Campbell, Dean
Eric W. Allen, head oT the schoo'
of journalism and W. K. Newell,
superintendent of construction,
al! of University of Oregon, were
at the state house yesterday. .
TREES
For Spring rUntim Order From
THE SALEM NLIISEBY CO.
429 Oregon Biiildinr
SALEM OBEOOS
rhone 1763
To investigate a mechanical de
Ttee ' which is said accurately to
measure the period of telephone
conversation. Fred A. Williams
chairman, and Guy Harris, tele
phone examiners of the public
service commission, left last night
for Everett. .Wash.
At the recent hearing on appli
cation of the Pacific Telephone t
Telegraph company for an In
crease in service rates consider
able discusFion took place relative
to the value and efficiency of th
device.
Representative La Foliett's bill
for the elimination of a number
of school holidays failed in the
house yesterday after consider
able discussion both for and
against its passage. The measure
provided that school be held one
half day on a number of specifi
cally named holidays and appro
priate exercises occupy the re
mainder. The bill had the sup
port of the state board of in
struction and the stata superin
tendent or instruction.
ills passed by the house yes
terday afternoon were house bill
No. 143. by the committee on
health and public morals; No. T4 9
by Korell. regulating the flying
and registering of aircraft flying
in this stateand No. 134. by the
committee on insurance. No. 143
was amended to extend the time
after which bodies must be em-1
balmod from 30 hours to 48
hours.
By unanimous consent of the
house yesterday afternoon action
on house bill No. 19rt..by Hunt
er, was deferred until after the
visit of the legislators to Oregon
Agricultural college n?xt week
end. Tbe bill authorizes counties
to engage In extension work In
agricultural and home enocomics.
in co-operation with Oregon Agri
cultural college. In the mean
time it will remain before tbe
judiciary committee which will
arrange a date for making it a
special order of business In the
near future.
I ; -
FINE FAMILY FUEL
for those wise enough to order
their coal here. Hav os de
liver a ton. or so to your ad
dress and note how much bet
ter beat and cleaner flrea you
bare. Wouldn't ask you to
make the test If It cost mora.
It doesn't. It really costi leas
and the trial will prove It be
yond question.
LARMER TRANSFER
PHONE 830
' LOOK!
IN BUSINESS FOIt TOUR
ATJTO'S SAKE
Car not bitting: right? Bring It
to us. A place to ret tires, tubes,
soot lights, skid chains and tire
pumps.
Great Western Garage
jhone 44. Opposite Court House
AT-WAYS OPES
FERTILIZERS
for every Crop and Soil require-
ment
-SWIFT & COMPANY
North Portland, Ore.
For Easy Terms and Trices see or
write
CLARENCE S. B0WNE
1044 Marlon St. Phone 353
FOR BARGAINS
of all kinds such as furniture,
stoves, ranges, machinery, of
all kinds see the
CAPITOL JUNK &
BARGAIN HOUSE
21S Center
Phone S9S
It Paj to Trade a Tbi -
f ARLIERS CASH STORE
i . a Bartom DardaXI
Ul KortiL ComaterclAl 4T
WOOD WOOD
Can O. B. Tray Wood Cov
for all kinds ot
. j. dry wood '
hompt delivery Phone 1 2
ELECTRIC MACHINE &
' ENGINEERING CO.
for Thor WasMni Machines and
Electric work and Supplies.
17 Court St. Phone 411
Do you take
TURKISH BATHS .
It not, why not? :
No' other baths or treatments
can produce the permanent re
lief to the person suffering
from disagreeable cold or all
menta of the flesh or body like
the Turkish Baths 111.
Open 8 a. m. until 9 p. m.
OREGON BATH HOUSE
Lady and Gentlemen attend
ants -
HARTMANBR0S.CO.
let Rat Jewelry.
Jmlen and Optician!
HIGHEST PRICES
Paid for
Walnuts and White
Beans
PEOPLE'S CASH
STORE
Permanent High-Class
AUTO BUS LINE
TO PORTLAND
Present Schedule
1 PERSONAL MENTION
4
Miss Bertha Dunn, treasurer ot
Clackamas county, was a Salem
visitor yesterday.
J. It. Coleman, assessor of .lack
son county, was In the city Wed
esdv.. Mr. Coleman visited the
legislature while in the city.
George Fleckert and A. L. Page,
members of the rchool board of
Parrish Gap. were ia the city yes
terday in consultation with the
county superintendent.
H. A. Keene of Shaw was in Sa
lem Wednesday.
Judge II. Overton of Woodbnrn
was a visitor In the city yesterday.
John Klmsey of Macleay wrs
here yesterday on business with
the county court.
Joe Winters of Hullt was In Sa
lem Wednesday. ,
W. R. Cook, assessor of Clacka
mas county, and Hebert E. Walk
er, assessor of Lane county, were
In the city yesterday attending
sessions of the legislature.
J. J. McDonald. C. E. Spence.
master of the state grange, and
S. II. Van Trump attended a meet
ing of the grange held at Brush
creek last night.
Mrs. Hattie Jackson has been
serlouslylll for the past two days.
Two Inmates of Feeble
Minded School Escape
Two men, Lester Beard and
Victor Delsavero. an Italian, es
caped Tuesday night from the Fee
ble Minded institution. T&e regu
lation blue suit of the institution
was worn by Mr. Beard and blue
overalls and a jumper by Mr. Del
savero. It is thought the men will
be apprehended in a short time,
possibly somewhere between Sa
lem and Portland as one of the
men formerly lived In that city.
Commercial Clubs Plan
To Observe Prune Week
The Corvallis Commercial club
is lining up strong for prune week
in Oregon, beginning Monday,
February 14. At a recent meeting,
the- club nlade' arrangements to
hold a ' special prune luncheon
Tuasday. February IS.
The Salem Commercial club will
bold Its prune luncheon at the
regular Monday luncheon, Febru
ary 14. The Salem Rotary club
will have a special prune menu at
the luncheon to be given at the
Marion hotel Wednesday, Febru
ary 16.
Bridae Commissions ..
' Are Allowed Hearing
. P.epresentatlve Gordon's bill af
fecting the interstate bridge com
missions of -Multnomah and
Clarke counties has been made a
rpecial order of business for next
Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock be
fore tbe Multnomah county dele
gation.' Representatives from each
cpunty will be beard by the dele
gation at that time.
Exemplification of Degrees
To Be Held at Mt. Angel
MT. ANGEL, tire.. Feb. 1 Spe
c:al to The Statesman) Exempli
fication of the three degrees of Mt.
Angel council No. 1747 will be
held next Sunday. The program
for the day follows:
9:30 a. m. Candidates assem
ble at the new school.
10:15 a. m. All Knights and
candidates assemble and march to
church in a body.
10:30 a. m. Knights of Colum
bus high mass; sermon by Iter. J.
H. Black. Lunch served immedi
ately after high mass at the new
school. For candidates only.
12:30 p. m. All candidates
mnst assemble at the new school.
1:00 p. m. Exemplification of
the Three Degrees.
, 7:00 p. m. Banquet In dining
room, of the new school.
DANCE
At Formal Opening Today
As a part of our entertainment for our guests today
we have decided to close the day's program with a
dance at 8 p. m.
- Everybody Welcome
Ask Us For One of Our Souvenirs
Demonstration of Plants Operations 10 a. m. till S p' m.
Luncheon served afternoon and evening-
VALLEY PACKING CO.
Ar. Portland
Lt. - Portland
Ar. Salem
Lt. Sa'em
Ar. Portland
Lt. Portland
Ar. Salem
fcs :30 a. m.
10:43 a. ro.
1 1 :iO a. m.
1 :15 p. to.
2 :0 p. in.
4 : J 5 p. m,
5:00 p. m.
7:15 p.m.
Cars are special Cadillac 8's.
heated for comfort. Rear seal
Is partitioned off ror smoKers.
Starf from Hotel Marlon; ar
rive and leave Portland from
the Journal building.
Rates $1. 75 each way
(Including War Tax)
For" Information telepbone op
erator Hotel Marlon 2010
The Grey Car
fdemorial to U. S. Senate
Adopted by Upper House
The senate yesterday adoptee
Senator Joseph's joint memorla.
to tbe committee on commerce oi
the United State senate and tht
house committee on marines anc
fisheries, urging them properly tc
classify the inspector of hulls anc
boilers In the Port of Portland.
Resolution to Bring Siege
Gun to S?.Iem is Passed
Representative Davey'a Jolni
resolution providing for the trans
portation to Salem from Fon
Worden. Wash., of a siege gun do
nated to the state by the Unitec
States government, passed tht
seaate yesterday. ' The resolution
also formally accepts tbe gift.
TAXI DRIVER ARRESTED
State Commissioner
Talks on House Bills
Following a close explanation
of house bills 222 and 22 4 which
originated In the insurance com
mittee of fh"! house, A. L. Har
ber. state-Insurance commission
er appeared before the house yes
terday to explain the content ana
purpose of the two m-asures. The
first relates to requirements to
LOCALS SET FOR
n e
PORTLAND. Feb. 2. Ed Gon
eau. driver of a for-hire automo
lile. was under $1000 bonds to
day following his arrest on a
charge ot testifying falsely at the
trial of Thomas Lotisso, accused
of murdering his English war
bride.
Although a witness for the
Ftat. Goneau's testimony differ
ed from that .of all other state
witnesses. According to Deputy
District Attorneys Bernard and
Ilammersley. who. say they have
at least four persons who will
testify that Goneau testified false
ly on th? stand.
"YALLFELT"
Takei the plaee ef
lota at about one
ftlf-4
KJ1 MAX 0. BlREN
' ,17 N. Commercial BL I
1921
HAND LUGGAGE
167 tt4i. - ... t.i ts$
ii?eetrio Sign "SHOES"
t
Thal HvYnn?
t buy. anil afiA irrerianara
lev tad aecond-hand Inrni-
tQra. If n-vna Mnrea furl.
wola, ata. We will buy you
COL. XV. F. WIUGXXX
U N. Coral BU Balem. Or
uax your ilea vlth nm
Pe:pfe't Fcrcitcri
AT
1916
prices
A PRACTICAL TEST
There are scores of graduates of
this sehool in saiem an wie
vicinity. Just look about and
see if you can find ONE person
who finished a course with us,
who ia out of employment.
The game of life Is Just like
thaL Victory comes to the man
who gives his whole-hearted
service. But to give such ser
vice a man must TRAIN.
v .
Train to win Life's victories.
We can help you. Write or call
Tor Information. Day and night
school.
Capital Business College
Watch
This Sign for Good
AMUSEMENT
Salem's Best and Biggest
SHOW
Will Be Eighth Consecutive1
victory If Salem
Wins
r"
a 1 t-. ' I 1
0
Khtherine
MacDonald
in
"The Beauty
Market"
; . Vaudeville
Fri. Sat.
Big Special
Bill
Sunday
Watch for the
trained grunts
1 1 - J
The first quintet of the Salem
high school Is all set for the bas
ketball game with the Newberg
high which is slated for tomorrow
night and which. If won. will be
the eighth consecutive victory for
the Salem men. The team last
niRht after their regular routine
Lwork Dlaved the first team of
Company M and succeeded in com
ing out with the big end of the
Bcore.
Tbe winning of the Newberg
game will insure Salem a place In
the state tournament and Is there
fore of great importance. Tbe
state conference, which is held
each year under the ausp'ces of
Willamette university, will be
held in the earlier part of March
in the Salem armory.
Although the lineup which will
start the game is the same as the
one which . last Friday defeated
tbe Corvallis five. Coach Hen
dricks last night said that it was
probable that Tucker. Socolofsky
andav Randall would be Kiven a
chance. The lineup to start Is:
Forwards. Staley and E. Jones:
renter. Gosser; guards, Jones and
Ashby.
Harding's Houseboat
Noses Into Mud Reef
FORT LAUDERDALE. Fla..
Feb. 2. Making a late start on
her cruise up the Florida coast,
the houseboat Victoria, bearing
President-elect Harding, anchored
here tonight, a full half-day be
hind schedule.
Only 10 miles out on Miami
this morning, the Victoria nosed
into a mud reef In the Indian riv
er channel and was held fast six
hours.
She finally was pulled off late
F1921 91
will" be a big year for
GO
I am prepared with a big stock
and
LOWER PRICES
MAX 0. BUREN
179 No. Commercial St
Give a "Kecord" for a
VALENTINE PRESENT
A big slock to select from
I:
i
KEEP OUR SMOKESTACKS.
SMOKING
IF you would improve business condi
tions in Oregon, keep up the fires in
our factory furnaces. . Every time you
ask for an Oregon-made product you
help solve the unemployment problem.
That, in turn, betters YOUR welfare. .
If you would keep your account taw
ing at the United States National Bank;
nelp give employment to the other fel
low.''
SALEM
oazaon
Tl
tt4
i"- SUP J
mum
of Jaunty
PLAID
SKIRTS
Ilelter Material More Ex-
cellent Workmanship-Newer
Styles You - Find All
These in the New Plaid
Skirts of the Coming Sea
son. They feature box plait
ed, accordian plaited and in
verted pleated styles. Nev
er omitting the straight
hanging kirts that are so
attractive and that many
women prefer.
There Is f(o Doubt About It
Even though j-our dressing allowiince be limited, you
can afford one of. these lovely skirts and it will add
; tenfold to your wardrobe.
. $12.48 to $18.50 '
. g. Slfialf jj OIo.
Quality Merchandise
Popular Prices
i.
MAX. O. BUREN
Start
Satan. OrtfoB.
' t TZaf lOtT.TaentTI.