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; T1IE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON ' '
FRIDAY MOKNIXC. MARCH 4. 1921
CljTY NEWS IN BRIEF
lull Arranged Foi
W. J.iCrossIln. whose home Is
in tbe southern part of the state,
was In tbe city yesterday arrang
ing bail ' '0,) for hIs on
f. C. CrosslFn. who is charged
wjth contributing to the delin
nuency of a minor child.
Aato Hum to Portland
! Cray vadIIIae-8. R asses leave
Marion hotel X. 1, 4:43 daily.
"Tare. $lj3. Adr.-
- - 1 ; .
Girl at The Spa. Adr. 7
Car Jladlj Damaged
' jThe automobile of J. R. Han
Bel, mt Fifth street, was con
ilderably damaged In a collision
I at the intersection of Market and
! Capitol streets yesterday. In re
: porting the accident to the po
lice station Mr. Hansel said an
automobile bearing license No.
! 60037, traveling south on Capitol
.street, ran Into his car. breaking
. tbe door, running board and fen-
ine court bouse on the 3th day of
March at 10 o'clock a. m.
Girl at The Spa. Adv.
Severn I Fined
C. S. Severens, 1233 Jefferson
street, who was arrested Wednes
day on a charge of being drunk
and disorderly, entered a plea of
not guilty yesterday morning In
the city court, and In the after
noon wasj given a bearing. He
pleaded his own case and although
his remarks were copious as well
as entertaining.-h- did not suc
ceed In convincing Judge Earl
Race that the charge was false
and was fined $10.
whether you can lay claim to one
or not. it I just as well, in fact
ery advisable for you to take
our winter overcoat atone with
ou and not leave it In vour au
tomobile while it Is parked. At
east that is undoubtedly the opin
ion of F. II. Suers and Louis
Bart ruff. Mr. Spt-ara lives at 34 S
North Thirteenth street and
while his car was parked in front
of his residence Wednesday some
one made an appropriation of his
overcoat which had been left in
the auto. Resides his overcoat, a
small flashlight and a Dair of
fleece lined' cloves were taken
esterday from an automobile be
longing to Mr. Bartruff ot route
while It was narked in front
of the Evangelical church.
Salem Symphony Orchesti
50 musicians In concert; 8:15
Tuesday evening. March 8; arm
ory. Admission $1. (adv.)
And one-fourth of a block at
the corner of 12 th and State
ftreets. will be sold at auction at
A Classified Ad
Will bring you a buyer.
Card of Thank
To those who so kindly aided
the family of the lat I). F. Camp
bell during his ' Illness, and later
extended their sympathy and as
sistance after his death, we wish
to express our most sincere ap
preciation and thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Walton,
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Martin.
. Mt. and Mrs. W. F. Campbell,
- Wr. and Mrs. C. If. Ralston.
Five loads 16-inch rood fir
wood. $2. for a few days only.
CIIAS. K. S PAULDING LOGGING
Legal Blanks ' "
Get them at The Statesman of
flee. Catalog on application. (Ad)
' ; j In .
"The Sin That Was
'You'll Be Surprised" f
"Isobel" Sunday (
A wrist watch and two rings
were- reported stolen Tuesday
night from the home ot Mrs. Beu
lah Brundridge. . North Commer
cial and Belmont streets. An in
vestigation Is being made by the
9.1 Trgy-NT? 1 9
L Tcr Bprlag Plmitln Order Tram
THE BJLLEM NURSERY CO.
424 Orca BaHdlaff
B1LIU OK ISO V
i i Fleas 1761
i ' h Sales i
VALLEY MOTOR CO,
. , !! ' ' .
Ask your grocer for f
'II 23c dozen ; . . ; ' f '
' 1 i L
SALEM B AKIN O COMPANY
139 Court St. Phone 954
Mrs. Foor, S31 Hotel Marion.
Order that new spring suit
early, before the rush starts.
There are more different fabrics
to select from now than there will
be at any time this year. Mosher
the Tailor Adv.
- I will not be responsible for an
bills contracted by Mrs. J no R
Boysell. Signed Jno R. Boysell
A Dandy Recordist-.
I -Rainy Day Blues." by
Joseph C. Smith orchestra. II. L.
Stiff Furniture Co. Adv.
Cradle Roll Party
Cradle. Roll members and their
mothers hav br-en Invited to at
tend a party today at 2 o'clock
in the First Methodist church
See II. I Stiff Furniture Co.
for awnings. Adv.
Price at the Ixwet Point
The prices v.ill get no lower
this year ai the Indications are
hat thev will raise in the near
future, for this r?asou we would
advise yon to get that suit now.
Mosher. the tailor. Adv.
Brighton I Cold
Word received from Paul 1.
Schmidt from Brighton, Ontario,
by friends this week, stated that
his city is experiencing real win
ter weather. Furnac fires are
kept up Uth day and night and
have been since well before
Christmas. Mr. Schmidt enclosed
a money order for a renewal of
the daily Statesman, a paper
which he says the family finds of
much interest, carrying as It does
news of former friends.
is teaching In Tintsin and spend
ing hr vacation In Shanghai. She
expects to sail' about July 1 for
America and will resume her du
ties as teacher in the schools of
Portland in the fall.
Come And Hear
Some Little Mini" at Myrtle
Knowlands. 413 Court street.
Phone 332. (adv.)
Order I Filed
An order was filed yesterday
fixing the time for hearing th?
petition to sell real property ot
the estate of C. C. Worick. de
ceased, situated in block 7 of the
LSoiM? second addition to Salem.
"Some Utile Bird"
Is a song with a singing and
dancing melody. Myrtle Know
land, 413 Court, phone 32. (adv)
Movement j is Launched to
Bring Hundreds of Fam
ilies From the East
REALTY SOCIETY ACTIVE
Small ;irl Burned
The little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Swartz was painfully
turned yesterday when h?r cloth
ing caught fire. As Mrs. Swartz
was hastening for medical assist
ance the automobile which sh
was driving unfortunately collid
ed at Commercial and State
streets with one drivn by Clif
ford W. Brown. rS7 State street.
The latter car was damaged.
Must Sell 1IMNI Tickets
Arrnrding to ' Coach Mathews,
tbe students of Willamette must
dispose of 1000 tickets at 91 to
mak expanses on the state high
school basketball tournament here
next week. The visitors will be
entertained at the fraternity
m-fendant Win Suit
Judge George (1. I'.ingham Is
sued a decreo for the defendant
yesterday in the case of Paul I)e
Autremont vs. Salem P.akery com
pany, which was given a hearing
February 23. The suit had to do
with tbe leading of a building on
Court street. Tbe defendants will
rtcover tbe costs and disburse
ments incurred in the suit.
When Ijnoking For Something
New in song ask for "Some
Little Bird". Myrtle Knowland.
415 Court, phone 332. (adv.)
a m .i ra- a i
1 1 rl Jit I llll"TMI J WUJ
Mcurny s orcnesua ai i.rn.-j The funeraI of Mrs Io,da U(;m
land rink, tonight. A.r. i wiU b helA at 2:20 thU afternoon
Xew Soring Falri"
We hate the best selections of
new spring fabrics in tbe city and
nothing will please us better than
to show thm to you. Mosher. the
tailor to men and women. Adv.
Society WeeU Today
The Women's Missionary so
ciety of the First Presbyterian
church will bold its regular meet
ing at 2:30 today In the church
parlors. A large attendance is
Ijrc Want Crtslngi -
Applications for authority 1o
construct five grade crossinrs In
Lane county have been filed with
the public service commission by
the I.ane county court. The court
proposes to construct crossings
oxer th- WendHng branch of the
Son t hrn Pacific in the stf.tlon
yard at Marcola. over a spur of
the Pacific & Kastern. east of
Cottaie Grove at Mosby creek
over the trp.ck of the Willamette
Pacific east of Maywood station,
one ovr the Southern Pacific two
miles north of Creswcll and an
other over the Southern Pacific
tracks one mile north of Cres-
from the Free Methodist church.
Rev. Mr. .. Coffey of New berg In
charge. Burial will be In Jason
Our 39-cent record sale Is stilf
on. IL I. Stiff Furniture Co.
I i . -
Unless you are figuring on a
new overcoat next winter and are
optimistic enough over weather
conditions to be indifferent as to
at Nomking Cafe, every Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday nights.
American and Chinese dishes.
162 N. Commercial St.
i JUST RECEIVED1
Nasons Perfect Liquid Paints
Reasonable prices :
Capital Furniture & Hardware Co.
285 N. Commercial Phone 947
CARL & B0WERS0X
l Court: Street
The Vacuum Cups have ar-
i rived at
' A. ii MOORE'S !
It Tays to Trade at The
FARI.IERS CASH STORE
C Burton Durdall
24T North Commercial 247
t ; W. W. M00RE
:s Furniture Store
The Home of the VIctrola
Ion get more, tor your money at
Call G. H. Tracy Wood Co.
far all kinds ot
i dry wood
ELECTRIC MACHINE &
For Thor Washing Machines and
? Electric Work and SuppUes
JJ7 Court St.
HARTMAN BROS. CO.
For Pine 'Jewelry
'weler end Opticians
What Have You?
bu(r. tell and exchange
aew aqd second-hand furnl
ajtoves, ranges, tut.
tools, tc We will buy you
COU W. F. WRIGHT
'l Com'l St.. Salemi Or.
- List . your sales with ns
ttlrttjihone 1047 phone 7S4
404 Ferry St. Salem, Oreson
Talking Machines and Records
Player Pianos and Player Rolls
Great Western Garage
Gill Piston Rings Spot Lights
Stromberg Carburetor Skid
Chains Ignition Supplies Tires
Opposite Court House Phone 44
WE NEVEU SLEEf
More Than a Bargain
A news item on this page of
The Statesman toldof the sale of
23 acres of fruit land, a part of
the Sunnydde Fruit farm, to
George A. Thomason. by W. S.
Pemberton. The price received
was 816.500. or about $717 an
acre. As the land is a highly
developed prune ranch, in th;
heart of the Liberty district, that
Is cheap enough. There hava
been sales of pruneands in that
neighborhood at $1000 an acre
and more. But the news item
referred to mentioned the price
as "an average of $260 pr acre."
That would have been a bargain;
more than a bargain.
.ut- But in Port Lin-!
Gray Cadillac-S. Itusses leave
Marion hotel 8. 1, 4:45 daily.
Fan. $1.75.' Adv.
Cole McKltoy'a Orchestra
Dreamland rink, tonlght.-
WHEN TS SALEM, OEEGOH
A ITor" Ati? Fdhi IToirt
Strw-tty !drrn ?!.) pr tr
ino rootna .f HoIhI Comfort
Only Il.trl in Iidtinraa litrict
LANHAM TAXI CO.
Elgin Six Touring Car
City and Country Trips
Stand O. E. Depot Phone 640
Something Xew "
II. L. Stiff Furniture Co. ha-
installed a new addition to the
advertising end of their Victrola
department in the shape of a col
ored moving window slide, which
u a thin? ot beauty as well as a
striking ad. It is named the
"Anrorealis." and shows all tha
colors of the famous Aurora Bor-ealis.
Stories for the Saturday story
hours at the public library this
week will be "Hans and His
Dog." and "How Wry-face Played
a Trick on One-eye." The stor
ies will be told at 9:2) and 10:30
Have Von Heard
"Some Little Bird!" Myrtle
Knowland, 413 Court, phone 3a2
Plan is Presented to Indus
trial Section of Com
Plans were presented to the
civic- organizations. .Should ar
rangements be made with the New
York concern to carry out the
scheme, the benefits to th.s part
ot Oregon would be manifold.
New 1 jiw F.xpUinr-d
C. V. Johnson, manager of tbe
state insurance commission, was
the principal speaker yesterday,
taking by special request as his
theme, tbe advantages to be de
rived from the passing of house
bill No. 2. In discus!sng the bill
Mr. Johnson said while the b.Il
woul.l be a protection to the real
ty dealers, it as passed as a pro
tection to the people against real
ty brokers and nn a law for the
Several new members were ad-
led to the association during the
week ami a'meruberhip campaign
is still on. C. I. Iewi has b-en
secured as the speakor for the next
meeting of the association.
that has few parallels in history.
This man fcas walked 110.5 4JI
miles since January 1." 18S7,
preaching as he traveled.. H
speaks in 23 different dialects and
is able to preach In 19 languages,
and Is devoting a great deal of bis
time toard tbe establishment of.
a school In Africa, where he will
continue his work as a missionary.
STATE ACTION HELPS
(Continued from page 1.),
The latest thing in the far
East Is porcelain money. Just as
If It was not easy enough to
break a dollar now.
Cole McEIroy's Orchestra
I of much of the detail work of the
Marion County Realty association institution by th addition of an
yesterday at the weekly luncheon "s,sltl1t .lo Va,fV e V
Ricvherk Trial Sel '
Oliver Rlesbeck, arrested on
Wednesday night for assault with
a dangerous weapon upon Andy
Kohler In the Streeter pool hall,
was arraigned yesterday before
Judge G. E. Unruh and -ntered
a plea ot not guilty. He Is being
held in the county Jail awaiting
his trial which has been set for
Something Real Late
In a fox trot "Some Little
Bird". Myrtle Knowland. 415
Court, phone 351
Mi Connver Writes . .
Word received in the, city frqni
Miss Lu!a Conover. a weil knowii
Salem woman, who is now associ
ated with a missionary board in
Shanghai. China, states that she
is enjoying a visit there from, a
former school teacher of Salem.
Mis? Bessie Foster. Miss Foster
Anto Radiator Repairing
Modern equipment, prompt ex
pert service. Nelson Bros., 355
359 Cbemeketa St. Adv.
Rahr Girl Announced
Mr. and Mrs. R- H. Niemeyer
are tbe parents of a baby girl born
yesterday' at the Salem Deacon
ess hospital. STie has been given
the name of Patricia Ethel May.
Mr. and Mrs. Niemeyer have re
cently come trm England and
live at, 532 North High street.
of the organisation at the Marlon
hotel, whereby it is asked to take
initiative steps toward boosting
an original movement started in ;
Xew York City for the Introduc
tion of from 300 to 500 families
from the east into this part ot the
As yet the plans which were
submitted to Wililam McGilchrist
as director of the industrial de
partment of the Commercial club,
and brought i before the realty
dealers, are of a tentative nature.
However, they have so far met1
with tbe unanimous endorsement
of the dealers and immediate steps
are being made to assist in tbe
According to the plan a modern
caravan composed ot from 300 to
50u families with financial back
ing would make the trip from the
Atlantic to the Pacific coast,
starting June 1 from the city hall
in New York City, when the mayor
would bid them God speed and
would entrust them with a written
message to be delivered to tbe
mayor or eacn c.ty or vtllage
throughout tbe route. Tbe plan Is
to use low-priced reliabi automo
bilesconvenlently outfitted for
the occasion. En route the caravan
would be given wide publicity,
press representatives and movie
picture men to form a part of the
The objective point of the cara
van w.Il be i determined before
starting and therefore will be ad
vertised from coast to coast. It is
to secure Salem as that ptint
which will tax the efforts of tlva
Marion county association, to
gether with the united efforts of
the Commercial club and other
to investigate the feasibility of
procuring an assistant, all mem
bers of the board expressing the
opinion that an assistant Is nec
essary. ' The physician would be
a physician, who would be largely
in medical charge of the' inmates.
There is some doufct whether the
appropriation allowed the Institu
tion by the legislature will cover
the expenditure necessary for tbe
assistant, but it is believed tbe
arrangement can be made.
... : ,
Malay Missionary Here
After Walk Around World
With bat the distance from Sa
lem to San Francisco yet to walk
In order to complete his Journey
afoot around tbe wrld. Rev. Har
rabellio A. Marangeopa. a Milay
missionary, arrived in this city
Wednesday. Born a savage, found
in a hut on the east coast of Af
rica by an English nobleman, and
sole survivor of a family of 14.
Mr. Marangeopa was brought to
England as a curiosity and edu
cated.' He became a , missionary
with a record of travel and perils
Friday, March 4th
Income Tax Statements Prepared
1 Or examined. General account
ing practice. O. Ed Ross, phone
16 lbs. Prunes.... ..fl.OO
Onion Sets, per lb.. ........ . lOr
1 package. Cornflakes Or
1 package Post Toasties. . . . ,11c
No. 5 Lard. 5c
746 Highland Ave. Phone 496
Do you take
V If not, why not?
No other baths or treatments
can produce the permanent re
lict to the person suffering
from disagreeable cold or ail
ments ot the flesh or body like
the Turkish Baths wllL .
Open's a- m. until t p.m.
OREGON BATH HOUSE
Lady and Gentlemen attendants
of all kinds such as furniture,
stores, ranges, machinery, of
all kinds see the
CAPITOL JUNK &
Fhone 39 S
Salem Cleaners & Dyers
1215 S. Com! St. Fhone 1868
Better Goods For Lees
17b N. Com! St
It Is The Remedy
The Missionary society of ths
First Congregational church will
men . with Mrs. S. H. Poisal on
Pouth Commercial street this af
ternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The
hostess will be assisted by Mrs.
E. A. Miller. Mrs. S. Phillips and
Mrs. E. M. Hoffnell.
Girl at The Spa. Adv.
Club Meets Tonlaht
The Richmond Improvement
club will meet at the Richmond
school house tonight at 8 o'clock.
The main topic of discussion will
Le the junior hiah school which
the patrons of the district hope
lo have established at the Rich
There seems to be a persist
ent rumor to the effect that I
intend leaving Salem. This ru
mor is false I intend to re
main permanently in Salem
and will continue to represent
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSUR
ANCE CO. OF N. Y. AS DIS
TRICT MANAGER; OFFICE
371 STATE ST.
If you are interested in Life
Insurance it will pay you to
call Main 99 and arrange a
date with me. I can prove that
"MUTUAL LIFE is what
you want. ; ,
J. F. IIUTCIIASON, Sr.
for every Crop and Soil require
ment SWIFT & COMPANY
North Portland. Ore.
For Easy Terms and Prices see or
CLARENCE S. B0WNE
1044 Marlon EL Phone 153
BY . f
f DON'T BE V
By experts. Only high
grade leather used and only
the best work turned out.
Longer life for your shoes
is our interest. Formerly
Ye Boot Shop
Don't allow neglect to
blind you for life. If yoa
need glasses consult an op
tomerfist whose experience
cnables him to correct your
'.vision w t ho d t " ei pe rl ni4 a t
Ing upon it. He will pre
scribe exactly the proper
lenses for yoa and will
roouct them In a corcfort
able manner. .
At The Electric Sign
T. G. Hiinh made a business
trip to Portland yesterday.
" John M. Pipes. attorney of
Portland, was here yesterday ar
guing a case in tbe supreme
A. W. Gillis and son of Monitor
were Ealeiii visitors yesterday.
Gertrude Waite and Joseph
Goeb?I "of Salem were granted a
license to marry yesterday in tbe
office of the county clerk.
Rcswell Starr Waltz filed an
honorable discharge yesterday
from the United States army in
th-s office of the county clerk.
Elbert liuelle will spend the
week-end with Guy Prather at the
Conservatory of Music. Portland.
Mrs. X. A. Hoover and small
daughter, Ruth, will arrive to
night from Roseburg to spend the
wek-efd with Mrs. Hoover's
daughter, Mrs. Helen Ballard.
Miss Alice Welch. Miss Beat
rice Dunnette and Miss Ina
Moores will drive to Eugene to
day for the WlllametterU. of O.
' Our scientific
skill . Is beyond
quiet dignity of
and our efficient,
has won for ns
place in the af
fairs of this community.
Auspices Knights cf Columbus
Saturday, March 5,
Public Are Invited 1
Seats Reserved For - World
War Veterans . ' i
Much Effort is Placed .
On National Fish Day
The United States bureau of
fisheries is cooperating with th
fishing interests to establish a
national fish day by carrying on
an educational campaign to the
effect that tbe cheapest -food is
that which supplies nutriment at
The United States covernmcrt!
"Eat More Fish campalm dur
ing the "war has educated th-
people to demand more tlh. On
March 9. In 127 large cities of
the-United States, banquets will
be held In observance of national
"We have don our part by
ratling vour attention to this na
tional fish day. and it l now on
to yon to 'all In line and help o
establish March 9 a national fish
day In honor of tbe fishermen
who xisk their lives daily to furn
ish ns with fish, which is a whole
soma dish." Is nrged In a report
sent oaf by the fishing InJt.tr.'es.
The Adorable Loveliness
of the New Silk Frocks
of the Season's Fashioning
is bringing delight to hosts of feminine hearts.
For years we have all felt that we were not re
ceiving the full value for the money we have in
vested in -clothes. But with the new high stan
dards of materials and workmanship and their
combination with the newest and loveliest in
designs, we all feel justified in picking out the .
most attractive spring outfit that we can af
ford. And most important of all, in this ward
robe, are the crisp taffeta frocks.
Words can not do justice to it. Only your
own eyes can tell you the true tale. But just
a hint in our many years of Spring buying, we
have never run across so fascinating an array
of frocks! ;
That too, is unquestioned. The wide varie
ty of patterns makes itxxssible for you to get
a dress that suits your individual style. And
the wearing qualities of all the new Spring mer
chandise are exceptional. The prices range
$24.75 TO $64.50 T
And we call your special attention to the group of dresses priced at $24.75.
Why not shop by the "Pay As You Go" plan. Scores of Salem women are now