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; TOEOitEGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON SUNDAY MORNING FEBRIMRY 13. 1921 S "
GIT Y NEWS IN BRIEF
.h Has Monthlv Meetlne
Tbej membership of Jason Lee
unoril church met in the
;hnrchhasenient at 6:30 on Tues
j niiht for. the usual monthly
' , toclal hour and business
"'. - Tim now memhar. nt
Vchnrch were In charge of the
IItt and social j.art of the pro-
w 8pHjC Woolen?
A wonderful assortment of new
l woolens how being dis
played br Moshcr, the tailor.
luranre Men Here
C B. Kimball, .'district deputy
of the Metropolitan Life Insur
ance company, and agent. P:J.
Green, G. D. Huntin. and K. O.
I-ongworth of Eugene: H. K.
Undsbory. of Springfield, and L.
ut nA M. M. Meredith of
ttoseburg were in Salem yesterday i "Owl Mining
finding a district staff meeting In pictures at
of the company. This meeting
vat addressed by several proml
Dcnt Insurance men.
Club to ller tVnoTt
AH members of the Salem clnb
their wives and friends are invit
ed to attend a free concert to be
given by the Salem Symphony or
chestra In the -club auditorium,
Friday; the 18th.
Dr. Sillier fioe U MrMInnvMi
' Dr. Albert It. Miller who haa
been practicing: optometry here in
Salem for the last 15 months, haa
purchased a large downstaim op
tical establishment In McMinn
ville. He intends to close his of
fice here and move to' his new lo
cation this coming week.i
Great Show Todjr
Four vaudeville acts; each no
a knockout. Bligh theater. Ad.
"Quest for a Better IteHgiou"
Will be Dr. Kantner's topic thi
morning at the First Congrega
tional church. This evening he
will speak on "Though Your Sins
be a Scarlet" or The Reason
ableness and Craciousnesa of
Ilean Will lie Seaker
Speaker of the House L. K.
Bean will talk at the Husiness
Men's luncheon Monday noon to
be held in. the Commercial dub.
The meeting is expected to be es
Spring I Coming
The new 1921 spring and sum
mer styles are now being shown
by Mosher. the tailor to men and
the First Con
gregational church this evening
A very interesting merles of pic
tures. Two reels. Adv.
I&eturns From Europe
.miss Elizabeth Levy, teacher of
violin, recently returned from ad
vance study in Europe. Studio
s Court, Phone 244. (adv.)
BJcycle Recovered ... . .
A bicycle reported as missing
from in front of the residence of
Kenneth Rich. US Miller utreet.
ws reeoverea yesterday. It was
round by It rooks I'emberton.
C. S. Burch, fhsn arraigned
Friday before Judge G. E. Unruh,
pleaded guilty to a charge of trap
ping fur-bearing animals without
a license. He was given a fine of
$25. Beavers were among the
animals alleged caught by Mr.
Burch. A game warden filed the
on Loncoln's birthday. Mrs. Rice
wa formerly MUs Ruth Dover.
You Are Treated Right
You get your money's
when we tailor your suit,
er, the tailor. Adv.
llegular .Mroting of rite
Chadwick chapt-r No. 37, Or
der of the Kastern Star. Tuesday
evening, Feb. 15. at 8 o'clock.
Social evening and official Usit
of the worthy grand matron.
Car Hits Waj;on
R. F. Clark while driving- his
automobile south on Capital street
esterday truck the rear end of a
wagou traveling in the same di
rection. A fender was bent on
the automobile, but the wagon
I Thomas Meighan
I "The Frontier of
J The Stars"
I It :: V SENNETTS '
I "A Story 'From the
Salem Men in O. A. C. dub
A number of Salem boys are
members of the Ares clnb which
waa recontly granted the privi
lege of existing on the campus of
the, Oregon Agricultural college.
The Salem men are L. Purvine.
V. T. Golden. Jack Bartlett. and
W. R. Xewmeyer. The club is
composed of ex-service men and
members in the future will be
selected only from ex-service men
or men who Were too young or
who -from physical disability
were unable to enter the fcrvice
ounng me worm war.
How Coal Is. Formeil"
And how it is mined an in
structive motion picture this eve
ning at me f irst congregational
" Ask yonr grocer for
j 25c dozen
: SALEM BAKIXa COMPAXr
439 Court St. Phone 934
19 Wn f OryUl WaiU Soap;
t.M -l rra,i Oil Ross: ana Urc
Kkiil Se&fo&ia WMhios jMwder$1.00
14 br ( Cmm Oil Soap 100
.mb1 CriaM 1.25
l un Laudrr Soap - , . 1-00
Tift EicfciamA Avasaa. Fbaaa 490
CARL & BOWERSOX
.Groceries. . ;
m Court Street Phone 409
JALEM CLEANERS AND
Repairing and Alterations
UlS S. Com! St- Phone ISIS
Ccps Hare ar
rived at -A.
' W.W. M00RE
Tb Roma ol M TUtral
Jot ii more lor your, znomtt
. . uoor a
II. C. Downing cf Stavton.
while driving an automobile east
on State street yesterday, collided
witn an automobile driven bv K.
Todd of Jefferson. Both automo
biles were slightly damaged.
It's Xot Too Iate
To join the class that is now
enrolling at the Capital Business
college. Work will begin Juon
day, February 14. Adv.-
Slab Wootl For Sale
Car load lots only. Falls City
Salem Lumber Co. 349 S. 12th.
Phone 813. (adv.)
Parked Automobiles Damaged
Automobiles narked near the
state house yesterday were dam
aged when a Chevrolet automo
bile owned by Charles A. Boast of
1'ortland, struck a car belonging
to C. V. Johnson, bending two of
the front fenders and shoving it
against a car parked alongside.
The accident was reported to the
police station by C. V. Johnson
FEB. IB IS SET ASIDE
Slab Wood For Sale
Car load lots only.
Salem Lumber Co.,
Phone 813. (adv.)
i'J S. 12th
Ijoan! 1omhk! Ix.ans
If you desire to build a new
house rr remodel the eld one and
need icon?y, please call on us Im
mediately; we can heln you. Iaf-
Ur tt Laflar. 406-7 Oregon Bldg..
ssaiem. Or. Adv.
Two Cars Hit
Charles S. McCowan reported
yesterday that his automobile
was damaged while parxed on
H5gh street. An automobile tra
veling north was said to have
struck the McCowan car crushing
two hub caps.
Lecture at O. A. CJ
A. C. McMlcken. sales manager
for the Portland Railway. Light
& Power company with head
quarters at Portland, stopped off
in this city yesterday on , route
home from Corvallis where he de
livered an address to the students
of the engineering department at
O. A. C.
Missionary Societies Are To
Have All pay Interde
. nominatjonal Meet
An Interdenominational meet
ing of the Women's Missionary so
cieties of thj dty will be held at
the First Cpnjrcgational church
next Friday,;: February 18, begin
ning at i0:3,l to which all the
Fitted at Tyler's Drug store by
an expert in the business. (Adv.)
Slab Wood For Sale
Tar load lots only. Falls City
Salem Lumber Co. 3 43 S. 12th.
Phone 813. (adv.)
Origin of Fire Vxknotv
Last night a fire was discov
ered on the second floor of tha
residence oe J. D. Clark. 1"
Court street. Th fir department
was called out but their services
were not needed ts the fire was
extinguished before their arrival.
The origin of the fire Is unknown.
It appeared to have started in a
closet. A dresser and clothinj
Grant School Broken Into
An entrance to the Grant Jun
ior high school at the corner of
Cottage and Market streets was
nrced Friday night by breaking
the glass in the front doors. Pror.
K. A. Miller reported to the po
lice and Officer Porter was sent
to investigate, lln found that the
intruders had left by the base
ment door. So far nothing has
been reported as missing.
An automobile collision occured
yesterday afternoon at the inter
section of High and Waverly
streets, when automobiles driven
by Thcron G. Skyles, 330 North
High street and James R. Wag
ner of Turner collided. Both au
tomobiles were damaged., The
occupants were uninjured.
Tor Spring Planting Order From
THE SALEM NURSERY CO.
42 Orfo Boildinr
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Talking Machines and Seoordi
Player Pianos and Player Rolls
HIGHEST PRICE PAID
. 1 For .
SECOND HAND TT72NTTUSE
Stores. Caxnets and Tool
Capital Haidirar at Fnrmltmre Co.
2SS N. Commercial BL paoma i7
IN BUSINESS FOR YOUR
Car not hitting right? Bring It
to ns. A place to get tires, tabes.
spot lights, skid chains and tire
Great Western Garage
Phone 44. Opposite Court House
WEES XX siiXM, OYEOOX
A Homa Away from Boat
Btrirtly llndarn Si. 00 pr 4y
100 Inu af Solid Cantforl
Only Hotel la Bamiaea. IMstriet .
Laugh and Grow Fat
The show at the niigh today u
i humdinger. aqt.
LANHAM TAXI CO.
Elgin Six Touring Car
City and Country Trips
Stand O. E. Depot Thone 540
Edward Kosteln. .Norm summer
street, lost a spotlight from his
automobile Friday night.- while it
was parked in front of his resi
dence,, according .o a police report
mada by Mr. Rosteln.
Drs. White and Blarshall
Osteopathic physicians. U. S. Ilk
S. C STONE, M. D.
and does a general office practice
Office Tyler's Drug Store
157 South, Commercial Street
Transfer Une Ktend
The Willamette Valley Transler
company wun neaaqaricr .
this city, has extendea iw iruca
tine to Kugene. The- company
will ooerate at all towns along
the line including AlDany
IVty Scout Complimented
Dale Caldwell, while standing
in line at the conclave of the Hoy
Scouts Friday night. lost his
pocketbook containing $1.15. One
of the Boy Scouts found the pnre
and returned it to the owner yes
terday. The loss bad been report
ed to the notice department. When
notified Chief of Police Moffitt
paid a high tribute' to the Hoy
Scouts, remarking that it was a
characteristic of the Scouts to be
truthful, and that he had had but
one Boy Scout to come before him
since he had been in office.
women of the ?ty ire cordially ra
vited. It will je a day of prayer.
Following is? the program:
Morniiiff4-I0:80 A. M.
Home Missions Mrs. E. E. Up-
Hymn o. vt
Devotionals-Mrs. Engenla Gll
lingham. Business: j
Roll call. I
The Mountaineers of the South.
Miss Adelaide Bulgin: Our Indians
Miss Gertrude Eaken and girls
Report of nominating commit
tee and election. Consecration
service, Mrs. Alice Dodd.
Afternoon 2 o' Clock
Hymn No. 227.
DevotlonalsJ Mrs. Charles Park.
India. Miss Laura Austin.
Solo. Miss Gertrude Aldrich.
Hymn No. 109.
The Real Chinese. Mrs. C. A
Closing. Mr.. W. T. Milliken.
ordinary simple interest. Can you
(This Is passed on to the read
ers; and we would be glad to have
some one submit the correct ans
wer and his way of working it.
Bill Affects Account .
System Fair Board
A bill was Introduced yesterday
by Senator Hare td place the
state fair board on the same foot
ing as other state, departments
relative to the auditing of the
claims against the board. This
will cause the audits to be made
by the secretary of state. Here
tofore this has not been don, for
the reason that at the conclus!or
of each state fair it is necessary
for the board to make payments
immediately and it has ben im
possible to a ait an audit by the
secretary of state, though protec
tion has .been thrown about the
proceedings by assistance from
banks. To meet this .condition
the Hare bill provides for a re
volving fund from which the im
mediate payments may be made.
The bill is in compliance with a
recommendation of the governor
in his message to the legislature.
"Dear, no; by the set of his
brow. You see, he poses for alt
those collar advertisements."
"And Is $10 all you are offer
ing for the return of your wife
"No one will bring her back tor
that paltry sum.
"I know it."
"You don't mean to tell me that
young Van Saphead made all that
irioney by the sweat of his brow!
"The Father of
vbose birthday we celebrate
this month. esUblished a
name for truthfulness that
serves' as an example for ev
ery ad. we write.
Purchasing Jewelry If
largely a matter of confi
dence. Every article we sell
Is guaranteed to be exactly
as represented every state
ment we make Is carefully
considered before being giv
en out to you.
Buy Jewelry from the
store that stands ready to
say. "I Cut the Cherry
Tree." if your purchase is
not just exactly right. If we
make a mistake we will own
up, and it's your money back
If you want it
Call and see the new addi
tions to our watch stock.
Pomeroy & Keene
Jewelers and Opticians
Liberty and State Streets
' Get them at The Statesman of
fice. Catalog on application. (Ad)
'n j i. i-. ,
1 1 iM'n I
"Better Goods For Less
The Public Is Invited
To attend a free lecture on
Christian Science by Dr. Walton
Hubbard. C. S. B. of Los Angeles,
Cal.. member of the Board of lec
tureship of the Mother cnurea in
Roston. Mass.. in the Auditorium
of the Salem High school, Febru-
14 1921. at eight odocic.
Itirlli of Tlnn Announced
Mr. and Mrs. V. i. I'.oyer re
reived a telegram last night from
Mr and Mrs. Harry E. Kice oi
Chicago. 111., announcing mai
twin cirls had been norn to inera
It Pay to Trad s Tb4
(ARIIERS CASH STORE
CL Burton Dvrdall
U1 Korth OtrusrdaI--41
CsU a n. Tracy Wood Co
for aU kinds ol
rrompt deUrery Pnone I JO
ELECTRIC MACHINE &
for Tior Washing Machine sad
Euctru Work and Bnppuea,
1ST Court 8L Pnon 411
HARTUAN BROS. CO.-
" Tcr ITai Jewelry -.
'mien aad Optician!
187 North Commercial Bt
Jtli Electric Sign "SHOES
What Have You?
w"o buy. sell and exchange
sew and second-hand furni
ture, stoves, ranges, rugs,
tools, etc. We will buy you
COL. W. F. WRIGHT
271 N. Com'l St.. Salem. Or.
List your sales with ns
Do you take
If not, why not?
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.
Open 8 a. m. until 9 p.m.
OREGON BATH HOUSE
Lady and Gentlemen attendants
Our pledge to
those who . avail
themselves of our
services Is that
we will perform
all of our duties
in a manner that
will satisfy them.
Our past conduct
issures them that
their every wish
will be fulfilled
In a definite dig
j raid for
W&ktit and White
for every Crop and Soil require
SWIFT & COMPANY
North Portland, Ore
For Easy. Terms and Prices see or
CLARENCE S. B0WNE
1A4A Marion St. Phone 363
of all kinds such ss furniture,
stoves, ranges, machinery, of
all kinds see the
CAPITOL JUNK &
211 Center ;" PhonfSJI
Another True Story
An untrained young man in
this city was "fired" from the
Job he was on pne of those
disputes with an overbearing
boss. It made the young man
vow that he would put himself
in a different position. The
next day he started a course
with this school.
That was five years ago. He
has never been out of work a
moment since he left our
school. His work is congenial,
and he likes nis employer.
Training is the foundation on
which is built independence,
success and happiness. We can
help you get that training.
Write or call for Information.
Capital Business College
Mrs. George G. Bingham spent
several days last week visiting her
daughter. Mrs. Powell, of Wood-
burn, while Judge Bingham was
away in Albany where he was
Miss Myrtle Pelker, one of tha
teachers In the city schools, is
spending the week-end in Port
land. : . i
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelmeyer
returned yesterday from a trip to
! Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Black of
Dallas were among the visitors In
the citv vesterday
Frank Falk of Rickreall was in
Miss I lorn m of Jefferson was a
Kut n Kalem yesterday.
B. F. French, who has been
connected with The Spa'for the
rast two years, left yesterday for
Los Angelas. Mr. Klark. of the
Pig & Whistle of Seattle, arrived
in the city last night as his euc-ccssor.
Senate bills introduced yester
S. II. 333. Thomas Relating to
rights, powers and disabilities of
aliens with respect to property in
this state. '
S. B. 33 4. Upton Providing
for control of Insect pests.
S. B. 335. Committee on revis
ion of laws Relating to regula
tion of dealers in stocks, stock
certificates and securities.
S. it. 336. Kyan (by request)
Re'lat'ng to payment by banks f
deposits or intestates.
S. .It. 337. Hare Relating to
Oregon state fair.
Is Bropght to America
A Jewish resident of Salem
finds in the current number of the
daily New York newspaper printed
in Hebrew characters, for which
he Is a subscriber, the account of
the trip of ah American citizen.
Jacob Cohenj of Philadelphia.
through the Crimea, in search of
his relatives in that country.
This American citizen says that
he found the Icity where his rela
tives used to jlive. but he did not
find one sing! hnman being alive.
It wa a rip a1 eitv He found, how
ever, and btoueht home with him.!
a copy of thef Pentateuch, or I.aw
of Mosos. containing the first five
books of the Old Testament, and
written on a scroll of parchment.
This copy of the Bible of the an
cient Jews .and part of the present
Bible of both the Christian and
Moslem worlds, Is smeared with
the blood of innocent men, women
and children who were murdered,
and it bears 'the imprint of the
heavy boots of the soldiers.
The Jewish people everywhere
ascribe this outrage, and many
outrages llke-tt, ' for there-are
many dead cities In the Crimea,
to the Polish coldiers and military
In order o . understand such
thine, an American is obliged to
forget everything in this country,
and prpject his mind into the en
vironment of;' Poland.
Oppressed by the Russians for
hundreds of years, now that they
have power, these same formerly
oppressed pehple. now turn upon
the Jews and oppress them with
pogroms and massacres. And yet
a large part of the population of
Poland is Jewish, and there are
included among the Jems of that
country some' of the best and
greatest people there.
We have made a profound
study of eye-examination of
iense-fitting. Whatever your
eye detects we can prescribe
correctly for you. The glass
es are sold to you at a mod
erate cost, depending upon
'he lenses you need and the
. nountiiiKs you choose. Your
-ve-s;itifaction Is assured.
Sl.l.Ur' iU H UL
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This Sign for Good
Salem's Best and Biggest
)K LKA and
Six feet of
A. It. V. of
The following bills were intro
duced la the house yesterday:
II. B. 342. Committee en revis
ion or larrs Amendlnc section
9928 Oregon laws, relating to re
cording defective deeds.
H. B. 343. Gordon of Multno
mah Providing for collection of
tolls of the Interstate bridge by
governor and declaring an emer
II. . 344. Hurd Amending
section 7114. Oregon laws, relat
ing to condemnation of lands or
water rights by the Oregon State
H B. 345. McFarland Amend
ing section 8564, Oregon laws, re
lating to licenses for the practice
It It 346. Joint roads an 1 high
wavs committee Authorizing and
emjKjwerlng the state highway
commission to" construct-or pave
streets of citie3 or towns and pro
viding for payment or costs there
WILT IS IXTKRKT RATE?
A client ofllmine Is planning on
placing a loafc on his farm and
can secure mioney on the follow
ing terms: He borrows $9000 and
repays it in 0 annual payaments
of 816 each,! which retire the
principal andjinterest In 20 years.
He asked me what rate of inter
est this would be if onmputed as
Berry Growers Discuss
Thursday afternoon C. I. I-wis
of the Oregon Growers Coopera
tive association addressed a large
meeting of Iwrry growers in thfl
Dayton district and tn the evening
a meeting of more than 4 grow
ers, at the Salem Heights Com
munity club. The general talk
was on the value of cooperation
among berry growers and the
value of collective bargaining a."
compared ith the individual ef
forts of any one grower.
- The berry growers of this dis
trict are greatly nteresi-d at the
present In the future of the In
dustry, especially as a large acre
hm is coming on. It Is felt that
'by cooperation only can the crop
You Arr Invited to the
To Hear Two Good
Otto Rj Hartwig and
C A. VDad" Young
"The Economic Ques
tions of the Day"
Auspices! Central Trades
. No Admiiision Fee
The public is Invited to attend a Free Lecture on
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE J
Uy Walton Hubbard, C S. R, of Los Angeles, CaL
Member of the Beard of Lecture of The Mother Church; The
First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston. Mass.
In the auditorium of the Salem High school, February II,
1921. at 8 o'clock p. m.
No Need to Cough
Schaefer8 . Throat and Lung-Balsam will drive
r.way that tickling sensation in the throat or lungs.
It's gentle, soothing and healing to the irritated tissues.
It's pleasant to take. ' . . . .
25c 50c $1.00 u V
Schaefer's Drug Store
Sole agents for Garden Court Preparations
135 N, Commercial St. 3 Phone 107
Ride on Air
THOMPSON'S AIR SHOCKS
Laughs at Bumps '
Made for Fords Dodges Maxwells Buicks
AH makes of large ears '"J
Let us give you a demonstration before you buy
shock absorbers - '
bock & Mcdonough
See our Window Display 542 State SL
Everything we repair carries a guarantee
of eight months. Call in and hare your
battery tested and filled with water.
S e r
418 Coffrt Street
jHgM phone 1047 phone 734
be properly cared for.