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TIIR OREGON STATESMAN, SALES!, OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 71921.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Xow I J veil In Portland
Mis Roth Paxon, former school
llbrariaa in Salemi, has accepted a
position in Portland as school li
brarian. She is making her home
at the Campbell Hill apartments.
It's A Great Life
The big: fan show, at the Liberty
today; all new. AdT.
Help Wanted for Girls
Here ia where many women In
Salem can secure help this winter
- and at the same time aid many de
leting young girls who wish to
'attend Willamette university but
' cannot do so unless they ace able
to earn part of their expenses. A
call is being made by Willamette
unlyersity to all housekeepers
who need a girl to do housework
in return for room; and board. The
call is more urgent this year than
erer before. Those who can help
in this way are asked to telephone
the unlyersity.. ) . - .
Card of Thanks
For the beautiful floral offer--
ings and for the j sympathy and
kindness shown us In our recent
bereavement in (he loss of our
, beloved husband land father, we
wish to thank our many friends.
; Mrs., W. J. O ytmaaUr, Jack, Hen
ry and Alice. Av.
, Once Lived In Salem
. Frank X. Bouillard , and wife
, were In Salem yesterday, accom
panted by IX G. Arbuckle and wife
.. and Sam Sherman, all of Chico.
i, Cal. Mr. Bouillard passed his
v boyhood days In Salem, attending
.' the East Salem school, lie is now
'. manager of a nursery In Chico.
, Lnw Library
Law library for sale. Box 43.
Brownsville, Or.-4-Adv. -
f : -4
' Mbs IUrhards Hotiir
Miss Frances M. Richards, dean
of women, Willamette university,
Is home from an all summer visit
'-'at Otter Rock and other coast
' points. M183 Richards is greatly
n . . m w k m m. ' m
, .:- .
"A WISE FOOL"
J easier ana uonw
&C00 wear them and see
, HARTMAN BROS.
Phone 1255 - I f Salem, Oregon
Vsstitrs at 12U V. Cosunmlri stmt
Chop Bdt, Noodles sad
ItsBM, ! eraam sad drink.
; Spselal Saaday
for Spring Planting Order From
THE SALEM NURSERY CO.
, 428 Oregon Building
IALEM :S ORE 0 ON
,. i ' ;. ., Phone 1763
bv buyimr your hardware and
furniture at The Capital Hard
ware & Furniture Co., 285 N.
- rnraercial street Phone 047
We -Move,- :
Tack) and Store
WOOD TusY COAL
' : ; Do yprx take"
If not, why not?
No other baths or treatments
can produce the permanent re
lief to the person .suffering
from fllsagreoablo cold or ail
ments of tne flesh or body like
tho Turkish Baths wilL ,
. Open S a. m. until 9 p. m. 4
OREGON BATH HOUSE
Lady and Gentlemen attendants
Republic Ctruck Jn lilne
condition, ;p n e n m a lie
tires, will trade or sell on
easy tcrms Apply Sam
Solof," " p - ' ,
People s Cash
pleased with the number of ap
plications that are coming in for
Lausanne hall. She reports only
12 reservations remain not taken.
ail of which indicates that Lau
sanne hall will be occupied to ca
pacity, a total of 125.
"It's a great life," showing at
the Liberty today; all new show.
Returned From Spokane
Dr. Carl Gregg Doney is home
from Spokane, where he delivered
three addresses before the Colum
bia River annual conference. He
reports that two new trustees were
elected G. E. Hunt of Spokane
and the Rev. II. F. Pemberton.
who Is superintendent of The
Dalles district. Dr. Doney reports
that 12 Btudents are coming this
tail to the university from the
Spokane district, 10 from Wenat
chee and several from the Yakima
Frank E. Churchill
Who recently returned from
eastern study with Josef Lhe-
vinne and Frank Van Dusen, will
receive pupils in piano and pipe
organ. High bchool credits giv
en. Studio Grand Theater
Elds. Residence phone 1671 it
Cbanrn to Read It-
Here is a. chance to read the
now famous book entitled, "iel
Er Buck." written . by Charles
Welington Furlong, who was re
cently a visitor in Salem. It may
now bo found at the Salem li
brary. It is a tale of the west in
addition to considerable about
You'll Lanch Too. At
"It's a Great Life," at the Lib
erty today; all new cSiow. Adv.
Book on Bird
For those who love birds and
are inclined to read about them, a
book has been received at the Sa
lem library entitled, "Adventures
Among Birds," by William Henry
Hudson, famous author and scien
tist. Other books by tho same
author to be found in tho Salem
library are, "The Book of the
Naturalist." "Green Mansions,"
and Hudson's own biography.
Given primary department at
Hill Military Academy, Portland,
Or. Opens Sept. 14. Adv.
Says He Caught Them
Fred Mangis returned yester
day from Seal Rock, where he
went fishing with Clifford W.
Brown. Mr. Mangis brought back'
a string of salmon trout, varying
In size from 12 to 14 inches,
which he cays he and Mr. Brown
caught in Beaver creek. ,
Funeral services for ; the late
Andrew 'J, Wurttbergar will take
place Weunesday, September 7, at
o'clock from Rigdon's. Inter
ment City View cemetery. Span
ish War veterans attention.
Webb & Clough
RIGDON & SON
215 Chemeketa St.
ONB of the greatest Joy
In this Hie comes to a
man through his ability to
read. When It becomes ne
cessary to strain your eyes
to take in what is on the
printed page It becomes Just
as necessary that you con
sult an authority on op
tometry. Hare us build for
you a pair of glasses that
will give your vision . the
SO YOU .'j X
Famous Hunters Retu
Walter Winslow, Charles Vick,
Dr. M. C. Findley and H .H. Van
devort returned yesterday from a
hunting trip of 10 days, at a
point 56 miles west of Roseburg.
it is here that the hunters have
been going for several years. They
have a mountain cabin and mod
ern conveniences. They say each
aot the limit of two bucks.
Box Wood, $.1.50 Per Ioad
Prompt delivery. Spaulding
Logging Co; Adv.
Cannot Rent Hoaws
Shortage in desirable houses to
rent in Salem lias been reported
from time to time to the Commer
cial club. Yesterday several per
sons appeared at the club, asking
lor information as to where they
could find desirable houses.
Big lUtluct ion
On new p anos for quick sale.
It will pay you to see us. Tall
man's piano store, 121 S. Com
Liberty DiMrict Votes Money
At a recent meeting of voters
In the Liberty school district, not
only was the required budget vot
ed, but in order to have money on
hand in case of emergency, there
was voted $600 in addition to the
proposed requirements of the
district. The budget of the Lib
erty school district for the com-
ng school year is $3,626.
Full Line IngrmoU Hatches-
Tyler's Drug Store. Ad v.
Encouraging Iig Clubs
W. II. Baillie, county school
supervisor, was in the Liberty dis
trict Monday calling on boys and
girls who have been planning to
make an exhibit at the state fair.
Friday of this week he will visit
in the Shaw district to encourage
kail boys and girls to enter for
Wants Boy Drum Corp:
At the meeQng of the Cherri-
ans last night, Hal D. Patton said
the city should have a boys' band
or a boys' drum corps, attached
to some organization like the
Cherrians. As other matters of
importance occupied the time of
tho meeting, and as Mr. Patton
had to attend a council meeting,
no action was taken.
Ve Are TCqnipped '
To rebuild, tune or refinish
your piano or (layer piano. J.
. Tallman. 121 S. Commercial,
member national association pi
ano tuners. Auv.
Marriage licenses have been Is
sued as follows: C. W. Jorgensen,
474 North Liberty street to Mar-
garett Knapp, a bookkeeper of
Salem. Edwin H. Norene, student
of Salem, to Dorothy D. Lamb, of
Salem, also student. Stanley J
Ostrander, of Salem, auto mechan
ic, to Mary I. Savage of Salem,
a stenographer. William F. Gleim
of Ashton, 111., a farmer, to Hazel
Fuestman of Salem, rural route 6
Front office room. Apply Gray
Buffum Ileals Guilty
F. M. Ruffum pleaded guilty
in the police court yesterday to a
charge of being drunk ond dis
orderly and was fined $20 with
the opportunity to take 10 days
in jail as an alternative. Buffum
failed to furnish the fine and be
gan his service in the city jail.
Putnam Loses Dog
A Mr. Putnam of 1045 North
Cottage street, reported to police
yesterday the loss of his pointer
f ffsasi A Dandy'
J Drama of (he
The most tender solici
tude and careful nursing
will avail little, if Pure
Medicines are not obtain
able. Get your phy
sician's prescriptions fill
ed at Schaefer's, and you
will then be sure that you
will not be a victim of the
crime of substitution.
- Sole A gent 1 '
Garden Court Preparations
135 N. ComX Phone 197
Large celling Ian. Weicn fcieo
trlc Co. Adv.
Delivery Cars Collide
C. ,E. Chandler, a driver for tne
Larmer Transfer company, got
his car slightly damaged yesterday
when it collided with a Busick
delivery car which was attempt
ing to pass around the Oregon
Electric train which was standing
on the track at the sUtion.
A car belonging to I. A. Wroten
of 1697 Chemeketa street was
slightly damaged when it struck
a car driven by Irving Klorfeln.
Klorfein claims he did not see
the other car in time to avoid an
A Classified Ad
Will bring you a buyer.
Eight Given Beds
Eight transients were given
beds in the city iail Monday night.
Those who enjoyed the hospital
ity of the calaboose were: Carl
Harris. Lorn York, Tom Moore,
Ray Beacon, Ben Leek. Gordon
Ray, M. E. Fisher and S. C. Kiiey.
xen Alrdale Dag
T. F. Mesch of Mornlngslde re
ported to police yesterday tnat
c had lost his Alrdale dog ana
asked that police officers keep
on the lookout for the runaway.
Get them at The Statesman of
fice. Catolog on application.
Piano Man Arrives
Georee Sciullo. ho has ar
rived in Salem to be associated
with Tallman's Piano store, comes
from one of the large piano fac
tories in the east. Mr. Sciullo
is a first-class varnish and case
man. This makes the Tallman
hop one of the best equipped in
11 in Eugene
C. B. Clancey, P. E. Fuiienon,
K. McCroskev and M. L. Meyers
were in Eugene yesterday attend
ing to some special Boy Scout
Canned Goods Going Cp
Grocers say it is really true that
during the past two weeks there
has been an advance on canned
goods. While one or two advances
In price are absorbed by tne re
tailer, .when the price continue
gradually to climb, it is passed on
to the consumer, which oiten
means a price of 5 cents per can
higher than the ruling price oi a
few weeks ago.
More Road Work
The county paving plant Is pre
paring to lay one mile of paving
and already machinery and worn
Jng force are on the ground. The
new paving will begin at the end
of the pavement on Twelfth street
and will extend south to Potter s
corner. This will bring the pav
ing to within one mile of the state
institution for the feeble minded.
Considerable House Repairing
Contractors report that dozens
of houses are undergoing repairs
of some kind, either a new roof,
addition of one room, or extend
ing sizes of rooms. The report is
that more improvements are go
ing on of this nature this year
than ever before.
Helping Service Mei
The August report of the local
branch of Red Cross, known offi
cially as Willamette chapter. Is
that during that month 110 ex.
service men were given assistance
in filing papers, writing for papers
of value to tuo ex-soldier and in
helping in various ways. With
the many men asking for infor
mation regarding the bonus law.
antl the necessity of securing or
iginal discharge papers, it is
thought that the local Red Cross
will be called on for more work
of this kind this month than dar
More Teachers Wanted
More teachers are wanted for
high schools throughout the state
and for positions that will pay
$150 a month, according to Or
Carl Gregg Doney, president of
Willamette university. And the
call he says, Is for Willamette
graduates. During the past few
weeks. Dr. Doney has received let
ters asking for Willamette uni-
verBity graduates and he could
now place 12 tecahers. However,
every Willamette graduate, and
this includes, all who graduated
this year, who have wanted to
teach, have been placed in good
Miss Crockett Here
Miss Lucile Crockett, who wa3
pome time ago elected to have
charge, of the children's depart
ment of the city library, has ar
rived from New York and is now
attending to the duties of her new
position. She will make her home
with Mrs. B. E. Carrier on Court
To Be Examined Saturday
Applicants for postmasterehip
at Both Stayton and Jefferson will
arrive In Salem next Saturday for
the civil service examination to be
conducted here. This examina
tion is really a test of one's gen
eral knowledge and fitness for the
position of postmaster, and not
merely an application like the one
to-be filed by applicants for the
position of postmaster at Salem.
In a recent Issue of "American
Cookery." published In Boston.
Mass., appeared an article written
by Ruth Fargo. It is entitled
"Our Oregon. A Land of the
Campers' Delight." It tells of the
pleasures of camping along the
ioiumma highway and elsewhere
I Paving on Court Street "
r . nt ...
- meone Dlock of nnrinzr on
Court street, between Commercial
and Front streets, is now being
torn up, preparatory to paving
wunin tne next few days.
Discharge Papers Filed
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yesterday with the county clerk
Prances Humphrey. nurse;
George A. Cherrington. sergeant;
William Walker Kettle, captain
medical corps and Lloyd T. Rig
don of Salem.
The Auto Camp l;id It
W. W. Fuller of Minneapolis,
came to Salem a year ago and
stopped a while at the automobile
camp. Then he drove south and
spent the winter at San Diego. But
the memory of green fields and a
real fruit country was before him
at all times. Hence this summer
he came back to Salem, again
camped at the auto grounds and
finally purchased a lot on North
Eighteenth street. He is now pre.
Paring to build a home.
Will Quit Farming
Louis Bechtel announces that he
will discontinue the farming game
within a short time and dispose
of his farming stock and Imple
ments. Tired of Farming
G. W. Hewitt, who lives In Polk
county near Lincoln, one of the
prominent farmers of that dis
trict, is about to quit the farming
game, so he announces to his
About 30 graduates and stu
dents of Willamette university
held a little get-together party
Monday night at 840 Unio nstreet.
the Alpha Psi Delta fraternity
house. The occasion was one in
the way of a farewell to the many
Willamette graduates who will
soon leave for their various teach
ing positions. The party was chap
eroned by Professor and Mrs. W.
Will Live in Salem
Captain Paul Hathway who has
recently been detailed as machine
gun Instructor of the Oregon na
tional guard, will make his home
in Salem. Before taking up his
new duties here, he will visit in
Washington, D. C. He has recent
ly been stationed at Camp Lewis.
Captain Hathaway is one of the
best known officers in the state.
While his headquarters will be In
Salem, his duties will take him to
all parts of the state.
Home Busy Office
The offices of Captain H. C.
Brumbaugh, secretary of the
World war veterans state aid
coramisison. now includes seven
rooms in the United States na
tional bank building. In order to
care for applications promptly, a
force of 24 is now employed.
Happy Once Agai
Ivan G. Martin.who has been
mourning the loss of his Buick
car for the past week, ia one again
on the rejoicing list. Yesterday
be received word from the Albany
chief of police that his car had
that city. Mr. Martin went after
it It seems that the thieves just
wanted a ride. Nothing was taken
from the car'. The red "Salem"
Sign, which Mr. Martin had re
cently bought, but had not been
attached to the car, was found
very carefully tied just below the
Poultry Show Coming
L. J. Chapin, director of the bu
reau of agriculture for the Com
merclal club, says plans will be
started soon for the biggest and
best poultry show ever held in Sa
lem. The date is about the middle
of December. He reports a gen
eral interest throughout the val
ley in poultry and the Marlon
county show. George Shaw of Sa
iem Is president of the poultry
association: W. C. Connor, secre
tary and Harley O. White, adver
Milliken to Assist.
C. C. Crowston last night de
livered his concluding address in
the series of tent meetings on
Willamette university campus
and leaves for California to begin
his winter work. Dr. W. T. Milli
ken. pastor of the Salem Baptist
church, will now be associated
with C. H. Coultes at the tent
during the remainder of the cam
Thomason Xot Sued.
P. E. Thomasoh, flax grower
was recently mentioned in a pub
lished article as a defendant with
J F. liutchason in a puit reia
tivej to a flax crop. Explanation
is made that Mr. Thomason is
really not a defendant in the
case and is named merely because
of an Indirect connection with
Trunk Broken Into
Clara Guerne of 434 Souh Cot
tage street reported to police yes
tcrday that someone had broken
into her trunk while it was stored
These are fine, large
Peaches, Alberta variety,
the best there is for can
ning purposes. Get your
supply at thi3
for this week
$1.25 per Box
383 Court. Phone 409.
at 219 Court street and goods of of Lieutenant Kiel, the" veteran !
considerable value taken. A laval-j forest patrol man or the whole
Here in a velvet case, a leather 'coast. He. was in charge of the
case containing four pairs if cis.' aviation. field in Salem two year
sors, a cigarette, case on which ago. when the. planes were- first
was engraved the initial "D." a 'used for forest service. This was
black Hawaiian doll, two boxes of really the pioneer service of this
stationery, a pair of silk hose, a k3nd in the United gtatea tor
bracelet and six handkerchiefs though .one or two "lone-wolf
were the articles known to have machines had flown over the
been taken. forests of California, they were
" I mere experimental flights. and
Mrs. a. uoocn or Dallas as
Salem visitor Tuesday.
Louis Gleason of Gervals was In
Lee Abbe left yesterday Tor
Evansville, Ind. He will travel
y way of the Oregon fclectrlc.
St. Paul railways.
Mrs. V. I. Grant yeft Tuesday
Prof, and Mrs. E. C. Richards
are home from Newport where
they have been spending several
weeks. Profeswir Richards is
teacher of English at Willamette
Miss Mary T. Schoetelle Wt
yesterday over the Oregon Elec
tric for Seattle.
Miss Vivian Young was a pas
senger on the Oregon Electric
Tuesday, go'ng to Aberdeen. Wn.
Mrs. K. Y. Lansing left yester
day for Seattle. s j
; josian win or uauas. rois
county superintendent of schools,
was in the city yesterday looking
into school mattsrs.
' Mrs. J. A. Brownson has rs
tnmed from Omaha and Chicago
where she has been visiting rela
tives foe the past two months.
F. M. Bear of Plalnview. in
Linn county was in the c ty Tues
day attending to stock business.
Miss Mabel Sandberg and Miss
Doris Harlow, icturned yesterday
from a visit of a few days with
friends in Portland.
James McFarland left yester
day for Grants Pass where he will
take up work witB the highway
C. H. Wleder or the Capital City
laundry, spent Tuesday in Port
land. E. A. Rhoten left Tuesday af
ternoon for Spokane, to attend
the Interstate fair now In session
Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Parker of
Portland are visiting Salem rela
tives and friends. Mr. Parker is
a nephew of Mrs. Katherine Watts
of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Drake ana
son Cloyze, returned yesterday
from a month a visit at Cottage
Grove and Newport.
Lieutenant Kiel. Brings Ol
cott in Time for Bonus
Governor Olcott and Lieutenant
E. C. Kiel. United States aviator
in charge of the Eugene forest
patrol, came up from Eugene,
Tuesday afternoon, in 45 minutes
by plane. The governor had been
expected here in the morning, to
assi3t in tho drawing tor tne sold
iers' loan applications, but missed
his train so the drawing was post
poned until the arrival by air
plane. The forest service nas i pianes
at Eucere. under tne eommana
Where is the
Very much in evidence is the New Coat Dress, and the Long Waisted
Chemese Dress is close on the heel of popularity. - f ' - 1 ' I '
Rat Tail Braid has a way of lending the Dress a well tailored look) and it
does to the New Coat Dress. Made of beautiful quality; of Tricotinc. . ,
Another striking Coat style i3 the Drees with embroidered panel trimming.
Other New Models are, Serge and Silk Combinations, Canton Crepe, Crepe
de Chine, and Slip on Styles. ? j . -j
Prices range for Slip ons .l..$4.98 tQ $10.48
Prices range for Serges.....:.T ; ;..$9.75 to $44.75
Prices range for Tricotines. ......,...--...... : .$12.48 to $64.50
Prices range for Silks ..: : -........;$22.48 to $75.00
Our Pay As You Go Plan leaves money for your bank account
1 rtMn urlnntlr rnnnt The Ore-
I j gon station was established In
I force, with a whole fairgrounds
,'u" of mcb!nes- . .
I Tncre are now 13 planes In the
Kugene squadron, and four athexs
n detached service at Camp
Lewis, Wash. The demand for
the curtailment or national ex
mv tMnu In the disband
nent or at least the crippling of
the patrol service --next year,
SACRED HEART ACADEMY
Opens Monday, September 12 '
New Arrangements Make Possible Broader Field "
v Courses Offered in ; j :
Grammar Grade Classes 1 -year Academy for Hoys
4-year Academy for Girls - Music" j
Boarding School for Resident Students Now Open
REGISTER PROMPTLY, KEPT. 12
LADD & BUSH, BANKERS
Established 1863 -General
Office Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
426 State Street
Woman Not Interested in the
just now. It U proving na-
tully effective, and a woriu-wui
national Investment y
The - new municipal aTlaUon
field, dedicated at Eugene, Labor
day, is declared by Major H. H.
Arnold, In charge of all the forest
patrol for the Factfic coast and
with headquarters at San Fran
cisco, to be the best In the whole
west. Major Arnold waa present
at the dedication of the field.
Governor Olcott was there, the
flyers having come up to 8alem
for htm. on Monday, and they
brought htm ' back - on Tuesday.
The city has put op almost every
.necessary or even desirable con
venience to make It a complete
field that the aerial service can
call "home, and th boys are ap
preciating it to the limit. Ten
thousand people : attended the
When you I buy Scotch
Woolen Mj Us Tailored
Clothes, you pay less and
get inore value. Your Suit
looks : better and - wears
There is a fine touch of
style. Built to your meas-.
ure, it fits. All-wool fabric
lengthens the life. Hun
dreds of beautiful patterns
from which J to choose.
Something to' suit your
taste, and your pocket-book
as well.; I
Order your Suit NOW,
and well. have It ready for
you Fair week. . ;
WOOLEN. LULLS .
L Popular Prices
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