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FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBElV 21, 1521
THfc uREGOr STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
lat Set For Hearing .
The county court has set No
vember 21 as the date for the
V final hearing on the report of
Joseph M. Dunnels, administrator
jof the estate of Clan. rs. Dunnels.
The Loyal Rooster '
Or the Court Street Christian
Sunday School will hare a cooked
food and candy sale at Buren's
Furniture Store Saturday. Adv.
! . Mrs. Winifred Pettyjohn, nein
; ter of the Marion County Realtors
association, declared at the Thurs
; day noon luncheon at the Marion
hotel, that .as she ranked as a
realtor along with all others, she
did not wish to be called "lady."
She was of the opinion that the
word "realtor" was ort of neuter
, gender, referring f to both sexes,
end that in the future she wanted
"p. "HAM" ,,
'"Robinson Criu e
; ' Prices reasonable
THE LITTLE LAPVS STORE
ID 90 Center St., corner 12th
Easier and Better
. Wear them and see
thone 1255 Salem, Oregon
ttalr at 1624 CodumtcUI ski
Chop 8ay, NoodUa mad AjucI
fcaaaa, M crata and drink.
Opa 11 aja. to 1 "
for Spring Planting Order From
, THIS SALEM NURSERY CO,
428 Oregon Building
ALEM ;: OREGON
,4 Phone 1763 .
W buvincr your hardware and
furniture at The Capital Hard,
tfare & Furniture Co., 285 N.
Commercial street, Phone 947
AD 71 CD Phone
': - We More,
Pack and Store
Do you take
It not, why not?
No other batb or treatment!
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 St P m
OREGON BATH HOUSE
Lady and Gentlemen attendants
ONB of the greatest Joy
In this lite 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. Have us build tor
you a pair , of glasses, that
will give your rlsion v the
IPO YOU A
I EN JOY 8
, v v w i j v l x m. if mm
to be referred to as a realtor, just
like all other members of the as
sociation. The request was grant
ed by a unanimous vote.
Check Was Not Good
F. B. Arbuckle and 11. C. O'Neil
have brought suit in the Mariou
county court against J. R. Neil
gen. They allege that on April
23, 1921. the defendant gave
them a check for $90 on a Wood
burn bank, and that it was re
turned marked "insufficient
funds." They ask Judgment for
the S 90 and costs.
Guild Dance . . .
Having complied with his duty
as executor; J. R. Miller, prosecu
tor of the estate of .Iizabeth J.
Miller, was given a discharge
from his duties. In the dintribu-i
tion of cash on hand, he filed re-
ceipts for $164. S3 paid to Nancy
E. Duncan, J R. Miller, Elizabeth
E. Quesnal, A- J. Miller and M.
T. Miller, each receiving $164.33.
Benefit St. Paul's
church. , Tickets, 55c-
Wants Ks-IIusband Held
Evelyn Metcalf has filed an af
fidavit in the circuit court in
which she alleges that, having se
cured a divorce and cu.-toay of
her two children, her former hus
band, Rowley Metcalf. is not com
plying with orders of court. He
was ordered by the court to pay
$25 a month towards the support
of his two children. She alleges
he has failed to pay September 1
and October 1 and Mrs. Metcalf
asks the court for an order fixing
a time for the father to appear lu
court and show why be should not
be adjudged in contc-mpt of court.
Guild dance, armory, tonight.
Tickets, 55c. Adv.
Files Suit for $1,01.1.60
E. C. Naftzger and A. L. Kos-
tenborder have f led suit in the
Marion county court against Man-j
eis Brothers for $1,013.60. They
allege they delivered 36,8000
pounds of Pride of Multnomah po
tatoes, worth $1 C5 a-bushel, all
No. 1 grade and that the value)
thereof has not been paid them.
Your Evenings Are Valuable
Drop in at the Capitol Business
College office tonight and let us
tell you how to make them so.-
noise Sell Property
A deed of transfer was wiled
for record in which Reuben P.
Boise sells to R- W. Davis, for a
consideration of $2500, the south
half of lot 8 in block 28 of the
city of Salem. The property la
on North Commercial street, east
side of the street, near Division
Public Recital by len Fishback
Reader and impersonator, at
Court St. Christian church tonight
at 8 o'clock. Admission, 25 and
Busy Recording Day
At the county recorder's office
yesterday was a busy day as 40
instruments were filed tot record.
of which 22 were for the transfer
of real estate In Marion county.
Willamette Hardwood Floor Co.
It. A. Deland. manager. New
hardwood floors furnished, laid
and finished. Old floors refin-
ished; two sanding machines.
Phone 663. 210 Oregon Bldg., I
Rnvlns Mt. Anzel Property
A. A. Kltnger or mi. .vngei i
acquiring considerable property in
and around Mt. Angel. Yesterday
he filed auit claim deed3 for land
in and about Mt. Angel, In which
he was the grantee.
5 Loads Block
And mill wood. 16-inch length.
111.25. Tracv Wood Co. Adv.
A warranty deed was inea yes
terday in the county recorder a oi-
flee for the two-story hricK ouild-
ing on North Comercial street, in
which S. A. Rigga and wife sell
to C. D Purvine and John B. Nat-
hum. "On the deed was $12 In
revenue stamps, indicating tha
value of the property to bo $1J,-
Fitted at Tyler's drug store by
an expert in the ! business. Adv.
We pay hhchewft price, !
We buy and sell everything.
tVe sell for lew.
219 Center St. Ptaoiif 898
See Our Stationery
You'll be surprised at the large
variety of designs we are show
ing. r There's aj etyle tor every
individual taste. , v
163 N. Coml. Thone 64
One License Plate I
Chester Rucks, of; Oregon City
piVd a fine of 15 in Judg-e Un
ruh's court, yesterday on a charge
of driving a car with only one li
cense plate- He was arrested near
"Woodburn by County Traffic Of
ficer Bert Smith.
Eieht -Piece Orclirsti
Guild dance, armory, Friday.
Tickets, 55c Adv.
Assault Ih "hargc
Nicholas Lambert, of est
Stayton. upon pleading gu ity to
the charge of assault inea in jus
tice court here by Melvin Nipple,
also of Vet Stayton, will be tried
in Judge I'nruh's court, October
25, at 10 a. m.
Iw. o. w.
Meet me thi3 eve, 8 p. m. Why?
Two Marriage Yesterday
Two marriage licenses were Is
sued yesterday, in which one or
each of the contractins parties
lived in Ne wberT. r But as the
home of the brides happened to be
in Marion county, it was neces
sary to come to Salem to get the
licenses. The contracting parties
were Eugene P. Taylor of Sher
wood, a farmer, and Mary G.
Courtney .of Newberg. a house
keeper, and Samuel Bady of New
berg. a farmer and Daisy V. Tay
lor of Newberg.
Dr. A. Rlauzht
Has moved from U. S. National
Bank building to 415 and 416 Ore
gon building, where he will be
pleased to serve those in need of
his services. Adv.
A daughter was born Wednes
day, October 19, to Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Gibson at Liberty. She has
been named Carvel Ellen.
Dr. B. F. Pound, commander of
American legion post. Capitol City
No. 9, has appointed a committee
of three, consisting of Paul Wal
lace, Paul Hendricks and Paul
Burris, to take charge of the le
gion's part in the funeral services
of Aubrey Jones, to be held at the
armoroy Sunday aftornoon at 2:30
MEIER At the Deaconess hospi
tal, October 20, : Isabelie K.,
wife of William J. Meier, at
the age of 36 years. Besides
her husband, she la survived by
four children. Frances, age 13;
Victor, age 12;" Agnes, age 6,
and Gertrude, age 3. She leaves
her father and mother, Mr.and
Mrs. John Kircher, two broth
ers, Victor and John Jr., of
route 6, Salem, and one sister,
Mrs. J. M. Card of Portland.
She also is survived by two
brothers and two sisters in the
east. The remains are at the
TerwiHiger home. The fune
ral will be from St. Joseph's
Catholic church Saturday mor
ning at 10 o'clock.
BAKER At the Deaconess hos
pital, October 20, Charles R
Baker, formerly of 807 Mill
street, at the ago of 62 years.
Survived by his wife, throe
daughters in Nova Scotia, and
one daughter in Reading, Mass.
He was a member of the A. O.
U. W. Remains are In care of
the Terwilliger home. Funeral
HARGIAFFEN At her home".
rear Quinahy, October 20, Mrs.
Sarah Hargiaffen, at the age
of 66 years. The body is at the
Webb & Ciongh undertaking
parlors. As yet no funeral ar
rangements have been made.
EYRE At Bethune, Saskatche
wan, Canada, Sunday, October
16, George Earl Eyre, age 37
years, husband of Etta Melson
Eyre. father of Robert and
Ralph Eyre, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George W. Eyre, brother
of David W. Eyre, Mrs. Edith
White, Charles, Pearl, Mary
and Jessie Eyre, all of Salem.
The body will arrive in Salem
probably Saturday and will be
taken to Rigdon's where fun
eral services will take place.
the announcement of the hour
to be made later.
PARVIN In Tortland at 12
o'clock noon, Thursday, Octo
ber 20, Professor Z. M. Parvln,
age 78 his, husband of Mrs.
Z. M. Parvln, father of Ray
and Chester Parvin and Mrs. J.
N. Brown. Funeral services to
be held Saturday at 1:30 p. m.
from Rigdon's, Rev. G. W. El
liott of Portland officiating;
concluding services City View
JONES Funeral services for
the late Aubrey Jones, killed in
the Arponne, October 26, 1918.
will be held from the armory on
Sundav at 2:30 p. m., under the
direction of the boys of Company
M, the American legion, and Vet
erans of Foreign Wars, Rev. A.
Ted Cfoodwin, assisted by Rev. R.
L. Putnam officiating, concluding
services City View cemetery. Body
at Rigdon's until time of fune
ral. Webb & Clough
Expert Emhalmen 1
R1GDON & SON
Executive Meeting Today
A meeting of the state execu
tive committee of the American
legion will be held in Portland to
day. The principal business will
be taking up final matters for the
national convention of American
legion men to be held at Kansas
City, October 31 to November 2.
and the giving of final Instructions
to delegates. Members of me
state committee are Dr. B. F
Pound of Salem, Fred E. Kiddle
of La Grande. G. R. Wilbur of
Hood River and O. B. Huston of
$119.73 for Best Washing Ma
chine New low price for the
Eden electric washing machine.
Salem Electric Co. "If it's electric,
come to us." Adv.
Students Meet Today
The students of Willamete uni
versity will hold a student body
meeting today during chapel per
iod. Many and varied points of
interest will be taken up and act- J
ed upon. For the coming meetings
there will be much in the point
system, being considered by the
student officials. The students
will be given a chance to voice
their opinion in some of the elec
tions of the future.
New Price- on The Eden
Washing machine, the best elec
tric machine on the market,
$119.75. Salem Electric Co. "If
it's electric, come to us." Adv.
Mil liken Addresses Students
Dr. W. T. Milliken pastor of
the Baptist church, addressed the
students and faculty of Willam
ette university during chapel per
iod yesterday. Dr. Milliken spoke
on the opportunities existing to
day for the young man with an
education. He said: "Never before
in the history of the world has
such an opportunity been given
the young men and women of this
country to serve their fellowmen
The Eden, New Price $119.75
Best electric washing machine,
makes a record drop in price. See
us about it. Salem Electric Co.
"If it's electric, come to us."
Resolutions showing an in
crease in capitalization irora
$200,000 to $500,000 were filed
with the state corporation depart
ment yesterday by the Portland
Wyoming Oil syndicate. Inc., of
Portland. Resolutions showing
an increase in capitalization from
$50,000 to $200,000 were filed
by the -Ancient River Gold-Mining
company, Ltd., of Medford.
Five loads 16 Inch mill wood
$13.75. Guaranteed two-thirds
cord per load. Prompt delivery.
Spaulding Logging Co. Adv.
J. M. Devers, attorney for the
state highway commission, passed
yesterday at Creswell where he
attended a conference of South
ern Pacific railroad of f iclals "and
members of the highway depart
ment, with relation to the con
struction of an overhead cross
ing. Construction of the propos
ed crossing, it was said, will re
sult in a somewhat drastic
change in the grade of the South
ern Pacific railroad at that point.
Highland I5us Line
Seo schedule in classified ad.-
Xo More Deer Storiefi
The open season for buck deer
in this part of western Oregon is
now over, as the law provides an
open season from August 20 to
October 20, inclusive, in the dis
trict comprising all counties west
of the summit of the Cascade
Fresh Eastern Oysters
Home made Chile,
chops, etc., Jack's Cafe,
Commercial St. Adv.
Estate Amounted to $."M
The estate of Joseph Bradetich
has been appraised at $500. The
appraisers were Al Vanderbeck. C.
J. Fraser and F. A-. Mangold. The
estate consists of lots in the town
of St. Louis.
Inspecting Schools -
W. H. Baillie, county supervisor
of Bchool3, has returned from sev-
etal days of inspection in the
We ship to all points
9 lb. rail S1.56
5 lb. Tail $1.05
3 lb. rail... .53
Matches per box .03
(By the Case)
Golden Iris extra $3.25
northern part of the county. He
reports that everywhere there is
an increased attendance. The
Haybeii school that had 17 pupils,
last year, now has 32. The Moni
tor school has 44 enrolled now
and the directors will be obliged
to buy more desks. In gefteral.
schools in the northern 'part of
the county are well equipped with
globes, charts and maps, also flag
poles. However, Mr. Caillie found
some districts not properly equip
ped with flag poles. The law re
quires that the flag shall fly dur
ing hours school is in session.
Front office room. Apply Gray
Another Prospect for P. O,
Another applicant has been giv
en the regulation application
blanks used by those who intend
to apply to the civil service com
mission for the job of serving the
public of Salem and vicinity as
This makes only 16
who have received the blanks. All
applications must be sent to the
civil service commission and be
mailed by October 25. ,
Salmon For Canning
For best quality and lowest
prices at Fitts Market. 444 Court
St. Phone 211. Adv.
Letters Didn't Arrive
The "nixie" man at the postof
fice has recently accumulated a
fine collection of postals and let
ters improperly addressed. The
dead letter office will get the let
ters. For instance, one letter is
addressed to Mrs. Eave Goodenall,
9441 E. 60th Ave. No city or state
address is given. Another letter is
directed to C. A. Earls, Snark,
Ore, There is no' such postoffice.
A return address on the upper left
hand corner of the envelop would
have returned the letter to the
More Contracts Let
For the building now in course
of erection adjoining the Grand
theater on High street, the Odd
Fellows lodge has just let the wir
ing contract to H. W. Hatch, for
$2,088.50. The roofing and metal
contract was awarded to T. M.
Barr on his bid of $1,967.
Get them at The Statesman of
fice. Catalog on application.
Keeping Boys Busy
L. M. Gilbert, superintendent of
the boys' training school, says
that the seeding has been complet
ed and that beginning today he
wilt have the boys begin work on
laying drain tile.
Free to Boy
Every boy in the city public
schools in any grade below the
high school may go to the big foot
ball game Saturday without pay
ing a cent, but under the following
conditions. He must show up at
the Y.M.C.A. this evening not only
to get his ticket but to learn a
fine yell and to sing a few songs
to encourage somebody. Then, in
order to get in with his ticket, he
must asseemble himself at the
Y.M.C.A. Saturday afternoon at
o'clock and march with others to
Sweetland field where he will see
To clean up our odd
makes of tires, we offer
these special prices Bubject
to prior sale.
30x3 Federal Rugged, $10
30x3 Portage nonskid, $il
31x4 Federal Rugged, $18
3 2x4 Federal Rugged, 21
33x4 Federal Rugged. $23
32x4 Federal rib cord $;
34x4 Huskie nonskid, $20
These are Not Seconds
High and Trade
SKAGGS UNITED STORES
Skaggs United Stores offer an unusual opportunity at this time to those
Conservative Buyers who are planning on purchasing a winter ppply of
groceries. A greater part of our stock was purchased before the advance
in price. Our price is based on; our cost Not Today's Market. This saving
in addition to our vast Buying Power, gives you exceptional value, j
The Coffee Market is very firm at this time and we are looking for an
advance. We have made exceptionally large purchases of M. J. B. Coffee.
In fact we buy more M. J. B. Coffee by far than the Combined purchases of
the three largest retail grocers in Oregon.
FIRST GRADE VACUUM PACKED COFFEES
M. J. B.
1 lb. cans, per lb. 39c
3 16. cans, per lb. 38c
5 lb. cans., per lb... ...37c
NORTHERN FLOUR (Montana Hardwheat) !
Its goodness is signified by thc continual use of those Housewives who. de
mand the best in Flour i I
By the Sack $105 By the Barrel $8.10 j ,
the Chemawa-Willamette univer.
sity game. But no stragglers even
wah tickets,; will be admitted Sat
urday. He must line up with the
bunch at theiY.M.CA. at 2 o'clock.
Body to SilTerton
The body jof Corporal Virgil G.
Wommack of B company, 47th in
fantry, who was killed in action on
September 28, 1918. will be sent
to Silvertons Ore., for burial and
not to The Dalles, as was report
ed in a Portland paper, according
to Coroner C. X. Burget. Corporal
Wommack never lived in The Dal
les nor did? he enlist from there,
Experienced girl for steady
work. Apply at Gray Belle. Adv
E. T. PreKott. of Polk coaonty.
famous for his Favorelle chickens,
also knows how to prow sunflow
ers, which he feeds to his flock.
He has on display at the D. A.
White and Sons feed store, a sun
flower head measuring IS inches
in diameter; He says all the big
sunflowers do not grow in Kan
sas. A Clans! flel Ad
Will bring you a buyer.-
The Marion County Realtors as
sociation feels qu'te complimented
as Long Beach, Cal., has written
asking in rettard to its multiple
listing system. .
Miss Mabel Davis of Willamette
university fcs spending the week
end at Coryallis.
Mrs. Loiiis Cohn of the Ace
When you are sufferins with
rheumatism, so you can hardly get
around just try Red Pepper Rub
and you will have the quickest re
Nothing has such concentrated.
penetrating; heat as red peppers.
instant relief. Just as soon as you
apply Red? Pepper Rub you feel
the tingling heat. In three min
utes it warms the sore spot
through arid through. Frees the
blood circulation, breaks up the
congestion4-and the old rheuma
tism torture is gone.
Rowles Red Pepper Rub, made
from red peppers, costs little at
any drug store. Get a jar at once.
Use it for lumbago, neuritis, back
ache, stiff i neck, sore muscles,
colds in chest. Almost Instant re
lief awaits; you. Be sure to get
the genuine, with the name Row
les on each package. Adv.
If you; allow your old
cast-off clothing to lay in
your tannic in the attic,
just a few minutes pick
ing it out, a word on the
telephone and we'll call
for it and give you a good
price. Remember we pay
the highest price.
See us j for real bargains
in second hand clothing.
Bring us your tailoring
312 No. Commercial St.
STOP IT 1
1 lb. cans $ .41
3 lb. cans 1.18
5 lb. cans 1.99
left yesterday for San Francisco
to visit relatives. j
Mrs. Paul Scheidi left yesterday
over the Oregon Electric for Ya
kima, i f
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Horton
left yesterday for j York, - Neb.,
where they will stay during the
Justice Rand Will Sit
With Court at Pendleton
Justice John L. Rand, new ap
pointee to the state supreme
court to succeed tjie late Justice
Henry L. Benson, will "sit for the
first time with thej court when it
meets at Pendleton5 for the semi
annual term of the supreme court
for eastern OreRonj. The session
will convene October 31. Justice
Rand has been instructed by
Chief Justice Burnett to meet
with the court at that time and
he will not appear In Salem prior
Mountain Trail Finished
By U.S. Forest Service
PORTIJVND. Ore.. Oct. 20.
Making accessible i the southeast
ridge of Mount St. Helens in
Washington, a trail from Spirit
lake to Iiewis river, ending near
the mouth of Muddy River, has
' When We:
There is no! happiness
! to "Pay
1 lb. cans 4 $ .42
ZVi lbs. cans.i 1.02
5 lb. cans 1 2.00
been; completed by the forest aert
vice .according to P. IL Brundage,
supervisor ot the Columbia na
tional forest 1 ? -
This ridge, he said, which here
tofore has been barred to climb
ers by absence of connecting trails
or roads, is generally thought to
offer theeasiest and safest means
Congress mais the nilsUkc tt
saying so many things with wordb.
4 . JL lib VSM WM - fcC?
J An event in picture-
!q dom, A milestone in
the history of tMs g
picture. A screen &
5; drama i thai really 5
K mirrors life.
we i take Into consideration
the high quality that Salem
women want in their apparel.
We remember that they want
the very newest blouse that
walks up Fifth -Avenue. We
know that our , blouses must
possess sufficient variety .ot
pattern and tint to appeal to
their many needs nnd. tastes,
and then wo sail in and buy
up tlje best on the market?
taking care that we shall kl
wavs bur in such ' manner
Ithat the prices we later Quote
'shall meet with their sppfo-
ivaL ' "
The New Blouses j
are happy affairs. Bo trans
forming that they can "make"
a suit. They come in every
shade in the rainbow and in a
- good many that are so modern
that the rainbow isn't on speak
ing terms with them. They
lean a bit towards the most
striking effects of Russia,
Spain and China. And yet for
the strictly tailored suit, come
models that surpass all former
years' for their distinctive sim
plicity and exquisite charm.
Our blouses range in ' price
from " J
1 $3.95 to $17.50 J
Just a Little Incident
It was during fair week, and
a woman from Portland stop
ped at our blouse department.
After looking at a certain
blouse that she examined very
closely, she said, ."I simply
can't resist telling you that I
was looking at this identical
mode) in one ot the exclusive
shops in Portland last week
and that their price was $17.50
Our price on that blouse
was 114.95. i -
Pay a Visit to Our
in bills. Isn't it much better
As You Go?'
Oregon Locations: r
Portland, (4 Stores)
(By: the Case) . f
Del Monte, extra $1.00
Libby's Solid I