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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OltEGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 6, 1921
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
111 With Pneumonia
,'? Liberty Btreet, is 111 with pneu-
monla. Her mother, Mrs. Ida
Bashor of Amity is at the Tatro
5 Card of Thanks
The relatives of
wTsrnn desire to thank the manv
.friends for their kind sympathy
and beautiful floral- offerings.
If For that good 16-inch mill
f wood while it lasts. O. II. Tracy,
Ready In Fined
j$ Waller Ready, 454 North
BtChurch street, was arrested Mon
itday by Police Officer Victor on
a cuargw ui uiuhdcm.' iveuu7
iclty in digging sewers, and at the
&tlme of arrest had In bis posses
sion $17.50. When he was
brought yesterday before Judge
tfcRace. Ready pleaded guilty to the
charge and paid a fine or 115.
p)U Voo Ever See" . ''
Sti- A honse too well wired?
Vbut there are too many pot well
fevired. For rood work call F. 8.
IjBarton, Salem Electric Co., phone
pZOO. I AuT. j
or that good
d while it lasts.
street, was discovered Monday
night by Mrs. Pomeroy, and the
police department notified. The
sound of the approaching motor
cycie on wmcn tne policeman was
riding, apparently frightened the
Intruder, as he beat a hasty re
treat. Neighbors in the vicinity
heard the man running away. So
far he has not been identified.
A Classified Ad
Will bring you a buyer.
Did You Ewr
A house too well wired T No.
but there are too many not well
wired. For good work call F. S.
Barton, Salem Electric Co., phone
Carter Again Jailed
Walter Carter, who has been a
frequent lodger during the winter
mnnthi fn iha itv 4all m-aa iraln
placed under arrest by Chief of
ponce Morritt Monday night, this
time the charre of vagrancy was
made against bim. He is in jail
awaiting a bearing.
tion to attend both lh aata nnrt
the dinner is extended to all.
A bicycle belonging to M. B.
Henderson, 330 South Fourteenth
street, was reported ,as having
been stolen Monday night from
where it had been left in front
or the H. L. Stiff's Turnlture
Marion County Veterans
Association will meet at Wood
burn Thursday, April 7. Admis
sion ; a well filled lunch basket.
Norma N. Terwilllger, Sec. (adv.)
(inn Not l Using
In relating an account of the
disappearance of W. Emery,
which was made to the police de
partment by D. Stlokney. 449
North Twenty-fourth street, men
tion was made of a revolver,
which was thought to have been
taken with articles of clothing. It
has been ascertained that the re
volver Was not missing.
Drager Company Will Ship
1,450,000 Pounds To
IN BIG DEAL
MORE CARGOES MAY GO
Numerous Difficulties Over
come in Carrying Over
Selling Company Organ
ized by M. E. Lee
G. H. Tracy.
f Burglar Frightened
i The stealthy efforts of a house
jbreaker inattemptlng to remove
jr. Kay romeroy, itv aianon
. Comedy - -
Chicken Tie Dinner
And utility sale at the parlors
at the First Congregational
church Friday, April 8.
Truck I Ditched
In attempting to avoid a col
lision with an automobile driven
by Mrs. H. F. Butterfleld or Wood
burn, Loui F. Kobow, 1690 No.
Fifth street, ran his truck into the
ditch yesterday. In making her
report to the police. Mrs. Butter
field said she was going to drive
around the truck, and in order
to prevent striking another car.
vat forced tn slacken her sneed
and thereby was in the way of
the truck. An axle was broken
and other damage sustained by
M- nulla- Ordar
THB SALEM NURSEBT CO.
fi all Oimm BsDdtst
The ladies of. the First Congre
gational church will bold their
annual utility sale on Friday,
April 8, In the parlors of the
church, beginning at 10 in the
forenoon. At 6 o'clock a chicken
pie, dinner will be served at 50
cents plate. A cordial Invlta-
Announcement was made yes
terday by the Drager Fruit com
pany that within the last two
weeks it has purchased 1.450.000
pounds of Italian prunes in Ore
gon and Washington for shipment
to Germany. The shipment will
be from Portland this month.
Of this large quantity of prunes
1.025.000 pounds were purchased
from the Oregon Growers Coop
erative association. 300.000
pounds from the Washington
Growers' Cooperative association
I . r aaa nsY.insto frnnl the'
One cent sale Thursday, Fri- r.nndee Prune Growers' associa-
- , i . 11 . o a I .
Marion County Veterans
Association will meet at Wood
burn Thursday. April 7. Admis
sion a well filled lunch basket.
.Tbrma N. Terwilliger, Sec. (adv.)
Florence Vidor in "The Jack
Knife Man" at The Liberty Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday.
operating with 1920 license plates
and 38 without any license plates,
while' 119 were found with only
one plate. Dealers using dealers'
plates for other than demonstra
tion pur poses numbered 163.
Mont Counties ViMitrd.
Arrests were made as follows:
No operators' licenses, 12;
speedinc. 11: reckless drlvine. 4:
liKbts, 21; switchlnic license I Pnnnoptivo Psrltnn AnH
Plat?s, 4; chauffeurs without H- ,,' A
censes, h; operating without mo
tor vehicle license. 77.
The inspectors traveled a total
distance of 6915 miles and visited
all counties in the state but six
remote counties that are without
The following counties and
pities have special Hralfic officers
who assist in enforcement ot the
Counties Clatsop. Columbia,
Washington. Tillamook. Multno
mah. Umatilla, Jackson, Douglas,
lane. Marion, Hood River and
'Cities Portland. Astoria. St.
Helens, Scappoose. Oregon City,
liillsboro. Hood River, Mc.Minu-
ville, Salem. Eugene. Rosebnrg,
Med ford. The Dalles. Dallas. Cor
vallis. Pendleton. Albany. Milwau
kie. Baker and La Grande.
the benefit of the stockholders, i
All dried fruita delivered by the
stockholders to, the company "a
plant the company will pack aJ
dispose of at actual cost, the com-,
rany to receive 5 per cent of the;
selling prie for the benefit of thu
stockholders. j 1
As manager Mr. Kurtz will re-
celve 20 per cent of the net pro-1,
fits as his commission. :
The principal object of the cohH
BETTER MARKET OBJECT
marlet price obtainable for all '
fruit and berries produced by tne
niT.LAS. Ore. AdHI 5. The
Iwillamette Presbytery meets In
the i parlor oi tne uaim rre
jteriai church this week. Deleg
ates irom all Willamette valley
:tl ! A
pany will bt to secure the hlghestfl'jtowns are expeciea.
Growers Purchase Stock in
Proportion to Orchard
KOZER TALKS AT
day. Saturday. April 7, 8, 9. Per
ry s Drug store. Adv.
Hen's Err of Unusual Size
An Anrona hen belonging to
Frank Gardner. 2015 Maple Ave
nue, deposited an egg measuring
6'i by 82 inches In her nest
on April 4. This egg is pure
white, well formed and is an un
usually large eeg to be laid by a
hen of one of the smaller breeds.
The Anconas are hard to beat as
prolific layers of good sized white
eggs. This big egg has been serv
ing as a paper weight on the desk
of the editor of the Northwest
Poultry Journal. W. t. Connor,
whose office is In the Statesman
at Nomklnc Cafe, every Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday nights.
American and Chinese dishes.
162 V N. Commercial St.
Suits Cleaned $1.80
Suit Pressed .50e
Salem Cleaners & Dyers
121S S. Coml SL Phone 1SCS
VALfY MOTOR CO,
Ask your grocer for
kftXEM jtAKDSa CXJMPAXT
t Court 8U Paon
Vienna Cnps hart ar
f A. ti MOORE'S
N i It Pji to Trmde at The
PLIERS CASH, STORE
f C. BortoB DvrdaU '
T474-Nortli Commercial 14T
I W. W.M00RE
:v ' Farnltare Store
, The Home of the VlctroU
lea git more for your money at
jUCall G. H. Tracy Wood Co,
m xor ail. ainaa
S dry wood
.O . ;
ELECTRIC MACHINE &
$ ENGINEERING CO.
fof Thor Washing Machines aad
.Electric Work and Supplies
12 1 Court St. Phone 4IS
HARTMAN BROS. CO.
For Fine Jewelry
I Jewelers mod OpUcUae ,
What Hate Ycro?
e buy. sell and exchange
ew and second-band furni
ture, stoves, ranges, . rugs,
oola, etc , We will buy yon
JS, , COL. XV. F. tnUGHT
?1 N. Coml St.. Salem. Or.
List your sales with us
People's Furniture i
(irrtt phone 147 pbbne 784
At The Electric Sign "SHOES
New Shoe Repairing Shop
Nasons Perfect Liquid Paints
ranlt! Fnraltnre & Hardware Co.
285 N. Commercial Phone 847
404 Ferry St.. Salem. Oregon ;
I Phones 1117
TaJklag Macblnea aad Records
Player Planoe end Player Bolls
AntA Radiator ftenalii
Modern equipment, prompt ex
oert service. Nelson Bros.. S55-
359 Chemeketa St Adv.
3Ir. Call In Hostess
Mrs. Russell Catlin will be host
ess at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon
to St. Paul's guild at her borne,
1209 Chemeketa street.
whev nr saixac, onxeov
A Hoin. Awajr Froat Haa
Btrirtlj MkIth Sl.oo per day
ino rooms f 8oli4 Contort
Only Hotel in BotiacM District .
tw.n ThA sizos are 70-80S. W"
90s. 90-lOOs and 100-120s. Al
though the prices are low the
transaction is a clean-up of
sizes in the northwesta.
Arcordinr to V. F. Drager t
la hpiipvert to be the largest sin
gle shipment ever made in the
"We have hopes." says Mr. Dra
ger, "of being able to report ad
ditional shipments for export.
but foreign business is very dir
ficult on account of the rates of
exchange. We are making every
effort possible to clean up the
l20 cron of prunes, and unless
large quantities are sold for ex
port there will be no clean up De
fore the new crop is ready for
"While considerable gossip has
been written up by newspapers re
carding this sale to Germany, the
fact Is, we realized that some con
crete effort must be made to move
part of our large surplus of prunes
and started negotiations several
weeks ago. Kittle encouragement
was offered at first but through
persistent arguments the contract
was finally secured."
Men's Brotherhood Listens
To Address Relative To
Max 0. Baren
DRY PASTE 179 N. Com. St.
An Interesting meeting of the
Brotherhood club of the First Bap
tist church wan held last night in
the banquet room of the cnurcU.
As is the custom of the club, the
members first partook of a dinner
prepared by the women oi mei
church, during which musical j
numbers were furnished by a quar
tet composed of the M sses Helene
Gregg. Pansy Milliken, Gladys
Jentn and Ruth Ross, with Miss
Marjorie Edmonds as accompanist.
G. E. Row. presruent of the
club, introduced Sam Kozer. sec
retary of state, as the speaker of
the evening, in securing speakers
for the club, it has been the aim to
get such as are able to give the
members orartlcai tains, inat are
both instructive as well as enter
tHin'ntf. Mr Ko.er ook for h s
subject the history of the Oregos
secretaries both dur-ng the terri
torial and statehood periods, and
he duties of the office. The man
ifold duties are overwhelming ana
were a surprise to many Who lis
tened to the remarks of the in
cumbent of that office. In speak
ing or h s work in connection with
state institutions, Mr. Kozer said
a vrarit ' control had leased a
hhlldlug in Portland to be occu-
Resulting from a promotion
plan of M. K. I-e -ot Portland the
Producers' Canning & Packing
company has been organized in
Salem and has taken over the can
ning, packing and evaporating
plant of the F. A. Kurtz company
Articles of incorporation will be
filed this week. The company is
capitalized at 12:,000, the stock
to be purchased by the growers In
proportion to their acreage. More
than St 00 000 already has been
subscribed and the remainder
doubtless will be taken this week.
F. A. Kurtz will be retained as
manager of the new concern on
a commission basis.
Mr. Lee is originator of the
plan of cooperation by which the
growers will receive all that Is in
ih cron after the expense of
marketing and processing has
been deducted. The stockholders
will he entitled to have their
frnita and berries uoon delivery
in the nlant. Dacked. preserved.
stnred dried and transported, to-
irctVioi. with npfPAsarv containers
labor and insurance as the actual
not tr the comnanv. For all Dtt
stneta canned, iuiced. iellied and
dried! the company shall receive
1 0 per cent of the selling price mr
While attending the An Convention, at the
Aaditorium in Portiand$thmveek, do not fail to
visit the booth of BRACKNEt & COMPANY and
see specimens of the tatmawrial of vohich Comb
Carbon Paper and Ribbpnsare made. Ask the
attendant for samples of khe paper for testing and
give him your order for a sjipply.
Barnekoff of Tortland.
Medium Uncle John Syrup.. CV
$1.00 Brooms 'c
50 lbs. Dairy Salt -. 75c
25 bars Laundry Soap $1.00
8 cans Milk. 1.0
Better Goods For Leas
j Do yon tale
If not. why notT
No other baths or treatments
can produce the permanent re
lief to the person Buffering
from i disagreeable cold or ail
ments of the flesh or body like
the Turkish Baths will.
Open 8 a. m. until 1p.m.
OREGON BATH HOUSE
Lady and Gentlemen attend
We pay 2c above the
market price for eggs
The Mutual Lite
! ot n. y.-
Lower net cost.
1 J. F. HUTCHASON,
271 .State St. IftoneU?,
FOR ANY BARGAINS
We buy and sell every
thing 215 Center St. Phone 398
homme company, was in the city
yesterday attending to business at
the court house.
YY. T. Riches of Turner was be
fore the county court on road
L. L. Vincent, a loganberry
grower on Garden road, was a Sa
lem visitor yesterday.
Robert McGilchiist. who lives
west of Turner, was a visitor in
J, T. Hunt, county commission
er, was in Jefferson yesterday on
VV. H. Downing or Sublimity
was among the callers in the city
yesterday from that section.
Leo Schoeniger, a subject of
the former German empire, de
clared his intention yesterday of
becoming a citizen of the United
Fred S. Bynon of Portland, a
former well-known alem ' resi
dent, is spending the week here-
Dr. F. G. Franklin, of the fac
ulty of Willamette university, is
spending a portion of his week's
formerly identified with Albany basd by .the additional institutions
We are buying good stock In
smalt lots or car lots
54 2 State St. Phone 717
LADD & BUSH, BANKERS ?
Established 108 a
i. General Banking JJusiness ' v
Office Hours front 10 iu m. to 3 p. m, '
Xor Jthe adult blind of the state,
which would be under tne man-
the Glass' & Prod4 ageraent of Superintendent J. t.
V4VAP. Ahnnt 4 0 will enter as
sioon as the building is in readi
ness. It was also stated as. an in
tersting fact that of 400 or 4 50
adult blind it is thought that 150
of them will receive sufficient in
struction to make them self sup
porting. According to an announcement
made last night by Mr. Ross, the
May meeting of thte club will be
the last meeting of the reason and
will be in the form of-ah old set
tlers eathering. and a program of
I reminiscences of other days will
be given. At mis meeurtK
wives of the members will he present.
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(Continued from page 1.)
the following statistics are given:
Operators licenses issued. 10.
418; receipts, $2604.50; dupli
cate operators' licenses issued.
1323: receipts. $326; special op
erators' licenses issued, 509; re
ceipts. $127; learners' permits is
sued, 373; receipts. $93.75. To
tal permits, 12.623; total receipts
$3151.25. Chauffeurs' licenses
issued. 200S; receipts, $8032.
During the first quarter of
this year 1337 cars were found
Eighth Game in Chess
Tournament is Draw
HAVANA. April 5 The eighth
ganle of the international chess
Karnes between Eaianue.1 Lasker
and Jose R. Capablanca was de
clared a draw tonight. There
were no moves in addition to
those of Sunday night in the first
half of the game, which was ad-
f0ur Jams are all high
grade merchandise which
worries paefced; in tins
weighing 13oz. net. We
have the following JTla
vors :. ' y I
These tins sell at 15c
each or 7 tins for $1.00,
which is cheaper than
the housewife can pro
SCHAEFER'S COLD TABLETS
are the queckest and easiest way to cure a cold. Try
them and see how much better you feel after the first
couple of doses.
25c 50c $1.00
SchaeferV Df ug Store
Sole agents for Garden Court Preparations
135 N. Commercial St.
Is a "Rear Sale
Honest (o goodness, bargain? are being offered
in shoes and hundreds of wise Salem people are.
taking advantage" of the bargains the two nec
essary factors for a successful sale. There are
only four days left, so you must hurry.
At The Electric Sign "SHOES'
When your eyes beIn hurt
ing you or you realise that
you do longer see thins
with the clearness of vision
that you once enjoyed yon
should at once seek our ad
vice and help. We will thor
oughly examine your eye
atructore and make for you
he glas.Hs best fitted to
JOUGENSE.V Four and one half
mils north or Salem, near Che
mawa. Sunday morning, April 3.
Hans Christian Jorgensen. aged
f,i years. 4 months and 10 days.
The funeral will be from the
.Vebb Sc. Clougb chapel Wednes
day at 2 p. m.. interment in CUr
View cemetery. Kev. II. y. Al
dricb will officiate.
..iviiL'ne mr. Si-nprinr st .' I
J,, lr.IV.T . . ..... -- r i
April 4. 11 a. m.. Stephen Mor-
va Sanders, aged 66 years. 6
months. Mr. Sanders was a re
tired rancher. The funeral will
l-e from Webb Cloich chapel.
Wednesday. April 6. at 11 a. m..
Rev. H. N. Aldrich officiating.
Hurial will be in the Odd Fel
RIGDON & SQN
Wrappy Coats for Spring!
The capes of t year ago were often clumsy things. .In these new wrappy
coats you finj combined the attractiveness of the cape effect with the
trfmnesH and graceful lines of a perfectly cut coat. Colors include the new
variations of reindeer and blue and the materials are bohvias, Polo cloth,
tweeds, and many other seasonable weaves.
They Range in Price from $9.75 to $44.75
SPORTS THRELiNQGTAHYTER COATS
We can show you youthfully clever coats .such as the one
pictured here. Deep pockets and large bone buttons are
features of these coats. For motoring or for walking
these coats are unexcelled. And they are just plain
enough to be semi-tailored and just feminine enough to
$9.75 to $24.75
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Our Pay As You Go Plan
Have you put it to the test ? Those-who have been
buying by this plan for many months have the
highest praise for it. Just imagine the satisfac
tion of knowing that the first of the month will
bring you no troublesome bills.
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