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THfc OREGON STATESM AN. SALEM.- OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 5, 1921
Boys to See
About 400 bovR will hir an
I opportunity ' to: see the football
f game today between- Paeifie tonl
t Versltjr r Willamette through
aiisugemeiiu maae oy me x. n.
i C.'A. Laet night-the boys met
i at the "Y" to rehearse a few Wfl
lamette yeHa, ; Today at 1: 5 they
will meet' at the'" Y" and will
march, la .a body ta Willametto
field and be given choice seats on
the . bfeacherfc; Boys who have
this privilege are. from, the junior
blgti school and grades down to
the fourth graded
Changes' l)csired ' .
Petition has' been filed with the
public j service comaissio'a - by E.
D.1 McKee, county judge f Sher
manJcbnnty,' requesting authority
to. make certain changes la a por
tion lo the Fulton vCanyon ixigh-
Helen" Jeiome Eddy ' i
5 Jerome Patrick ; 2
way where, a new crossing over
the tracks ' of . the Oregon-Washington
Railroad &. Navigation com
pany'near the town - of- Sherman
will be created and an existing
crossing eliminated. S
Better. Work -
For leas money,
auto repairing. . Rear
Crowdings , to be Altered- ,. i.
Petition filed -by the Oregon-
Washington Railroad ' & Naviga- Livirtc Bros.-
tion company, to rearrange certain
crossings of .highways irlth., the
Heppner branch of said raUroad
in Morrow ountyi The? purpose
of the petition Is to vacate all un
necessary or unusea inignway
crossings.' both public and private
on this branchy made possible by
the realignment of the county
highway. The petition has par
ticular reference ' to the Iso-called
McNab crossing,' three miles west
of lone, which has recently been
the subject' of informal Investi
gation by the commission, j
School Districts Most Hurry . (
School districts that intend to
vote a special tax this year should
hurry up and get out the notice
of such a meeting.' The levy must
Jbe reported to the county clerk
land assessor before December 1.
iThe law requires that a "notice of
20 days must be- given-before a
meeting may be. held to levy
(special tax. Hence to be1 on the
jsafe side the notices of the meetr
lag must be posted on or before
November 9. , If j cot posted by
jthis date or before, and if a re
cord of the special levy is not
tiled before December 1. all pro-
ceeuings win oe vw.u.
being the amount of his fine for
having 130 gallons of wine in, his
possession when raided by depu
ties from Sheriff liower's office.
The Oregon Pulp & Paper com
pany paid a $25 fine for one of
its truck drivers, George F. Brani
field, and the Brown Petiel Lum
ber compauy of Pof tiand paid a
similar fine for V. F, Goodwin,
both drivers being arrested for
amounting to,., $5,813,.$ 1 Inpay
ment of licensee These were re
ceived by the secretary of state;
then deposited' In banks, and all
sent to the Salem.' postoff ice for
payment in one sum. The 1 15
money orders are coming faster
t Have j taken; the agency . for a
low priced,' high quality, car. See
their announcement In "this issue,
j Adv.. :
Suit rtrought by Service Co.
The Credit Service company has
brought suit in the circuit court
against Claude 1L Stevenson for
Hearing at Brooks JS438.uO. The complaint - allegts
The public service commission tnai on .March 2, 1320, iir. siev-
conducted a hearing yesterday at enson gave a trade acceptance for
Brooks on the question whether this amount to Swift & Co., pay
tire agency of the Southern Pa- able October 1. and that the
Tciic company shall be continued amount has not been paid.
at that place. An order win je
handed down snortiy. I Lux ken Iti-ceived
Willamette wnlvprsitv hn ' TP
seima wining, ,rauuaie .nrsr- ceiVed 267 new steel lockers of
sweaisn massage. 4i ana i whir-h nm
Oregon building. Hours 10 to 6.
T? m nl' T, 17ao v IvumL -
nTthe suit of Lee Gilbert Meet Tuesday Kvenlng--
against J, W Carruth and wife.i
The board of directors of the
which some will be installed in
Waller hall and the rest will be
saved for the new gymnasium that
will be erected some time in the
Wants to Foreclose j
; Frank 1 Calaba and wffe .have
brought suit in the circuit court
against J. G. Nadon and wife, el-
leging a derault in payment or a
note for $500 due November "1.
1921; The note was given April
13.1921. There is also a note for
$4000 also given April) 13, .due.
in five years.. Ldt ; N$;' 7 i of
Springers frujtr tract .'was
given as security lor tnej payment
of the notes. A foreclosure of the
mortgage la-asked for, $450,0; the
amount of both notes. :
tk. nrueo.nn nf - I. 31. J. A. Will meei nexi 1U-
bromisorv note for $1080, which is day night. The special guests of
Get them at The Statesman ot-
depotfited in the Ledd fc Bush the evening will be Fred Lockley. j flce Catalog on application.
bank, the defendants are restrain
ed from , demanding - possession
from the bank, and the bank re
strained from permitting others
to have possession of the note
The suit wa brought in a di
over a land deal 4n which. Mr. Gil
of. the Oregon Journal, ana w.ijT
W.. Dillon, executive secretary or
the Oregon and Idaho Y. M. C. A. x,,, EntrtJnea
Dr. and Mrs. Carl G. Doney en
..T: Unset on Sllnncry Pavlne tertained the local tnustees of
Football Eyes of Nation
Center on Big Game for
CHICAGO. Not. 4. Victor of
two interactional iootball battles
Chieago was prepared tonight to
plunge again- into the "big ten'
championship , i race tomorrow,
meeting Ohio State here in the
most important game in the mid-
adjutant general's office In. Salem
of their intention to take the ex
amination; .Private James tH
Van Winkle and Private Clifford
W. Rich of Albany; Corporal Fay
M. Bragg of Medford; Corporal
Edward N. Patterson of Marsh
field; Corporal Willis F. DeVaney
of Albany; Private First Class
Harold Savage of Marshfleld; Pri
vate Walter D. Thomas of New
port and Private Leonard H. Pit
man of Albany. No one from Sa
lem has applied.
The examination held in Sal era
is such that the two successful
candidates are almost assured, of
passing the liual examination : VP
be held next spring. The two nrh,Q
finally receive the appointment
will go to West Point July 1, 1922
and for the four succeeding years
will receive their education at the
expense of the government.
fter graduation from , West
toasted" to seal
west. Both teams have gone
through the western, cqniejeut? i point, the young soldier is given
- r. Staler and .' Better .
Wear them sad see
fhonli 5 5 . . Baiem, Qtegon
t ! Iskss,, U 'Crtua nd. oxlnk-. .
m mm - A- m mm
UJU Xi, mja. m m.mm,
. . MvtUl aady t . ' . '
for Spring Planting-, Or dec From
TUB SALEM NURSERY CO,'
IAOM '. QBBddN
e. .. ...fhona. 1763; ., ax . ,
by bttyfJlr yon? hardware and
jurnnure zz xne vapiuu
le&re & Furniture uo zsd jm.
The House of Half 'a ilii-
lion and One Bargains.
I buy and sell anything
s and everything
:i Household Goods
' i Old Cars
' Rubber . ' : -
Before you buy or sell,
;- call us
Phone 523; 402 N:GmT
. . Siste 'of Mrs."yltes I
Mary Black, young daughter of
Rev O .B. Black, of Newport, ho
was seriously-, injured .November
2, while punting, is a sister of
Mrs. Horace Svkes of this : city.
fiss' Black, was . .wounded by: the
DORCHERT F. William Dorch-
ert died at a local hospital, No
vember 4; 1921, age 81. Body
shipped to Portland by Webb
&' Clough. - I
Due to the slippery condition I WTillamette university at dinner
for a salo or land in Polk county
and that; the note in question was tis B. Cross was driving yester- Hobo i Stolen
to be part payment. He elso al- aay weni on cue roau ma iuiwcui . a neavy plush robe, a new spot
leges that Mr. Carruth failed to over. Mrs. Cross was accompan- light and a switch key were taken
keep his contract In the land deal, ied by; baby Virginia, -but lortu- from a machine owned by J. C.
nateiy neither was nun. iney Morrison of Salem route 5, Thurs-
iThfn I Tajt'Dy-i-r returned to. SaJem and took.thejday night, according to a police
Be sure to buy a tag.: It is for Oregon Electric for. Portland report field yesterday. Thieves
the endowment of a fonf-bed ward where Mrs. Cross will visit until J broke a lock to the Morrison gar-
f or ex-service men. at 'the new Sa
See Tick, Bros. Announcement
In this isane, concerning a new
line of cars. Adr.
next Tuesday. The only damage I age and looted the car.
to ; the Cross car was a broken
rwindshield. Several other cars
met with trouble at the same
curve and three were in the ditch
Spare Tire Gone
L. T. Burbin of 635 North High
curie auu mice wcie iu lira I - . .
at the time the car driven byMT. Jlll
Bay Your Tags Early-
. For everyone will be expeeted
to buy them today, all over Mar
iqn county, , ,; , ,
Cross left 'the road.
toW Hour at Iibrary-r i ;. :,
r TVt.rl1 ilffAMiiit eflVinnla I Pool l.flra Ttnl11tnnr
Will tell' the stories" at the chU- I Now that the Elks! have sold
night a spare tire had been stolen
from his automobile while it was
parked in front of bis residence.
20 Per Cent Reduction 1 The tire was a Goodrich fabric,
On repair work. King Bartletti i-fl S2 uv.a it,miq
Repairing. 175 N. Com'l. Adv.
A Classified Ad-
Will bring you a buyer. AdT.
season without: a defeat and "the
game will blast; the championship
aspirations of one of the contend
ers. While chief interest centers in
the Chicago-Ohio conflict, consid
erable interest also is attached to
the meeting between the undi
feated Iowa eleven and Minnesota
at Minneapolis Another "big
ten" battle will bring together
Northwestern and Purdue at La
fayette but both of these elevens
have been upset in previous con
tests and little; importance is at
tached to the outcome.
Illinois, beaten in three of , Its
conference games will clash with
Depauw at Urbana. Otherwi.se
the "big ten" machines will be
idle, as Michigan, Wisconsin and.
Indiana will rest up, for Import
ant games a week hence. Foot
ball observers were unwilling to
night to hazard a guess on the
j outcome of the Chicago-Ohio con
The game will be witnessed by
the biggest crowd that ever at
tended a football game in, Chicago.
All of the 30.000 reserved seats
were said a week, ago. ; Scalpers
are asking $10 $nd $15 for $4 box
seats and $8 for $3 tickets. Be
tween 3,000 and 4,000 Ohioans
are coming for the game In special
trains with a varsity band of 110
pieces. i .
the rank of second lieutenant. At
present the war department- pays
a second lieutenant lit 6.67 a
month. A first lieutenant in the
regular army receives $216.16 a
mouth and a captain $260 a
Acosta's Average Time . ;
is Placed at 17&7 Miles
OMAHA, Neb., Nov. 4: Major
Ira A. Rader,' U. S A., chairman
of the conte?t committee of , the
Pulitzer trophy arro race,' an
nounced tonight the average time
of llert Acosta, New York, winner
of the Pulitser trophy race yes
terday was 176.7 miles an hour.
Major Rader also said the course
of the race, according to authoriz
ed ' survey, was a fraction more
than 153 miles. .
W 'i. k mm m. . . k. . AM
is to form nart of the cornerstone
jdren'g story hour to be .held at the their temple, there is a growing $20,000 Pafatfor Farm 0j tne memoriai edifice, was put
Salem publi library at 10 o'clock feeling among the membership , A warranty deed was filed , for ntQ piace The site for the xna
thls morning, under the direction that next year Is the year to build, record yesterday ' In which' J, . O.
iranrlal wn fnrmallv nresented to
it Miss liUCile Crockett, children's There ig also a feeling that the j Beardsley and wife deeded to the th American legion by Governor
librarian. The story tellers are Khrmld huild. not onlv f or I Keizfer Bottom Prune Tracts com-
Dorothy White from the Lincoln J tnls generation, but for the one J panjc, a corporation, 156 acres lo-
school; Anna Belle Hawiey ot the tQ come when it will pr0bably cated on the road that jeads from
f-arK scnooi; joe. &anaersoi uie h membership of 2000. or Soone's landing to Salem. The
Uicnmona scnooi ana uutn aiur. more Alg0f .that the buHding,t0 consideration was $29,000;
lf.J.y'XVt erected should be a credit to the
pncK, Benson wm represent oar- ... ceafe, , .
riAin snnrvi I w "
Buy Your Tires of Vick Bros. '
Now. Sound Tire prices re
duced during Ire sale. Adv .
Webb & Clough
v Leading Funeral , ,
1 Exp'ert 'Embalmeri '
tln f Eight Guardsmen Aspire
To Become Army Officers
A,lD9n 1r will harirA k MAK1U.N rOniaDQ - BrriYttB
Armistice day by holding-spel ere E. E. McClurd B- L. Neis, T
I V mm - W V W mm. mm mW TjV Ifc f HA W.
clal meeting, on
The estate of Nancy B. Goode ruuB1!'u I a, Herminger, John a Leslie, M.
has been given a valuation of ounaing. in . u t u Norton. R. "L. Krow. B. Ber- rmhpr nf the Oregon nation
a numDer oi patnouc organiza-t tft5; c Tj Tironson. C. H. Jones, who niro to annoint
tions to take part in the evening's t h. Whvman: O. K. WoUinger, mAnt tn wpst Point and are not
entertainment, as the. meetingj g k Louis: C. R. Sneesky, J. A). nVfi- thi ronnired ate. wilL.meet
will he an open one, witn an in-itJasg- Seattle; a E. Carter, ew- , s le November 8 to stand o
teresting program. (port; E. F. Linsin, J- D. Mce comDetitive examination; The two
$900. The appraisers were F. L,
Newman, Roy F. Shields and Al
Our large allowing now here. Let
ns take your ' order now and in
sure complete satisfaction.
COMMERCIAL . BOOK , STORE
163 N. Commercial Phone 64
One Marirag-e License-
Only one marriage license was
issued yesterday and this was to
Benjamin H. Grubb. an electrician
pf Los "Angeles and Lois Beebe of) $13.75.
Woodburn, a bookkeeper.
. The Store for
The Store of Housewares
Lei as supply you . with
Shoes Ilosiery Hats
t Dishes, etc
at the liowest Prices
7373-77 Court St.
HOUSE i " !
We pay highest price. -
We buy and sell everything.
We sell for lewu
lis Center St.
Out- UUh Coal Is going at
f REDUCED PRICES
ThA8A nricea are cash:
Jtah Lump Coal f l7.ou
Utah Stove Coal. ....... . j 1-
tltah -Rttit Coal. .......
? lltah Nnt Coal . ... ...... . 13.00
- w -----
. We guarantee all our coals
I ? Special prices on moving r
.. Give nVW trial"
' S PTl AHA 930
I Y LAZIER TRATiSFER-
Because of faulty eyesight
and as a result, unable to
do the efficient work you
know yourself capable of. j
Ta this Tour nicture? So
' many busy business men fail
to realize tne important part
those little busy-bodies
1 the eyes--pIay in their life;!
Don't longer hanaicap yonr
self;' make way for .etficH
ency.' , !
An examination will en-
able you to know that your
eyes are right. ,
1 04-211 Saloni Banlfot
. Commerce Building
jk Oregon's Largest Optical
V- Institution r i v
Phone 239 for appointment
Artisans to Celebrate
I HOTEL ARRIVALS J
McCray and accepted on the part
of the legion by National Com
mander Hanford MacNider.
Marshal Foch in a brief address
said he was proud to participate
in the placing of the cornerstone
for the memorial for those whom
he had commanded and . who had
Denver; H. Jenker. Mrs. J.
who will makei the. highest per
Wnnd I Walker. Otto Jael. San Francisco; i
roft torra will Ha! ' T ATTI TTi PTl A tA VlV
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Fite loads 16 inch mm womj.r. Patton, centraua, wasn., he gOYernor for tne finai exam-
$13.75. Guaranteed twortniros wopains, w.w"J; ination to be held next spring at
cwd .per, load. Prompf Vancouver Barracks.
Spaulding Logging Co. AdT, were Helen. Mitchell, Mrs. M. Thft followln have notified the
Hatvey, Frank Movery, u. w.
Arnold. L. C Kramer, J. M. Put-
The Salem Cherrian band will man: Lawrence Dalton, lacoma,
Mrs. a. R Hanev. Conrad. Mont.;
T S Kerr ' The Dalles. C. B.
Hndekin. IndeDendence: R. H-
Hill, Yakima, H. Ebbe, Dallas.
Will Close i"! Armistice' Afternoon
At a meeting of the Busflness J Cherrian Band to Play
Agreed that business houses go to Independence Armistice doy Mrs." TSfti Beiit, Lents, w. ti. o-
. . . . .'. , I I mm I lifAa fn 1 Tift r Tl . I
m 1 I M mm M TJ XT A AmW f 1
ginning at noon. It Is understood I held there during the entire day.
tnat tne American legion naa i it is understood there , will be a
isked the Business Men's league I paraje an an extensive pro-
to , ciose omy , irpm z . uniu . 4 gram
'clock, but the business men went " .
tet"!,66! 103!6 ali Wfll Fanners Plant Flax?
ifternoon. With the bants closed A. k
ih.i9,n,taf?"rl8UAPn m the flax industry In Oregon,
r.l"": the big question is whether farm
era win ur can suuru 10 pmui ha
Spring Chtcens next spring, wnen mere is no as-
Buy" your Spring Chickens iorisuraace mai.iaaiaw wui Vl
your Sunday dinner for 25 cents I delivery of the ,crop. Among
a pound. We will : dress ; them I those interested it- is learentnai
free of charge. Farmers Produce I when farmers are presented with
Co.. 160 South High. Adv,
aee Drovidine the state does that
arnnut CTmi-crjr--...-. - .... ; much for the next . crop ibere
l.: Alex Hawthorne.' pastor terv- ym be no inclination to ltake
ces,for Sunday, November 6: Sap- chance with the state. Members
flay school, 10 " a.m:, Mrs.7 James r
Best, superintendent. Preaching nB-,-Hn fp(ll .,... nlM?1 Bnme.
Reported by Union Abstract
Ella D. and Wilson E. Kurtz
EL W; W ishnell, subject, "Stand
lag for Jesus." Evereyhody we,
West Salem lethodlst Church
j Alex Hawthorn, pastor. Serv
ices, for Sunday, November b -r
Sunday school, 10:30 a.m., Mer
rill H. Fox, superintendent. .This
will be Rally day. Teachers will
rally' to, do their best to study and
to teach things worth while.
Scholars will rally to be there and
to learn things worth while. Let
"""f .rr to it s. Matthews, lot 5. block
an agreement 10 pui in iiax - -- - Q3lfim t1ft
iinnptrpii Mennonlte churcn .0
Josiah B. Mishler, 1 acre in j.
Uonney donation land claim, 4-1-
Mary Doerfler et al to Herman
and Mary Sonne. 5 acres in sec
tion 34-8-1-W., $5000.
J. O. and Emma L. Beardsley
to Keizer Bottom . Prune tracts.
156.36 acres Smart donation land
claim. 6-3-W., $20,000.
W. L. Berham to Mayro al.
Kinney, water right Thomas Tes
ter donation land claim, 9-2-w.,
thing is done 'to give farmers a
legal assurance that the state will
pay, px -issue warehouse receipts
that; are good as bank collateral,
there .will f be but little acreage
planted the coming year.
For Rent ,
Front office room. Apply Gray
Civic Arts Section to Meet
The recently organised civic
arts section of the Salem Arts
ns all rally and be worth while, league will meet next Monday
tha Epworth 4eague will meet at night at the home of Mrs. F. L.
:30 p.m. Preaching at 7:30, p.m. Purvina 682 State street. Plans
Sermon by William J. Bagnall. will be formulated for general
prayer meeting Thursday evening study during'the winter.
at 7 o cIock. uveryDoay welcome.
Ralnh Balnea Recoverim
Fines Are Paid . . Ralph Barnes, son of Mr. and
j Judge G. 12. unrun 01 local jus- Mrg E T Barnes, is reported to
ike I court . observed last night -De making a satisfactory recovery
that prosperity's sun was smiling rom- hj3 accident and hopes to be
for the county, treasury to Judge aDl8 to return home early next
V . mAiittvnqfil In fines . . . . -
yesterday afternoon. Frank No- hflr of the football team of Wil
iack of ; near Gervais, had Just ianiette university a few days ago,
turned in nis cnerx ior io, iui iar. Barnes received a serious in
j jury on the cheek bone.
Two Xew Books
Two new books of gpeciol in
terest have Just been received by
the, city public library. For those
who want a general idea of the
I late war and not too much heavy
reading there "has Just been issued
Short History of .the War," by
TJsher. Ahd ' for those who wait
to know more about Japan, from
i the Japanese point of view there
is ia book entitled. "The Working
I Forces in Japanese Politics," by
Fresh Eastern Oyster
Home .,, made unue. steaas
chops., etel,, Jack's Cafe. 163 So
Commercial St. aqv. ;
I Money Orders. Ctoming Fast
Monev Is coming in last ra pay
ment.,ot, antomoblle licenses and
many are nsing money., orders.
There passed through . the TSalem
1 POSIOIIICQ jeaieruaj iuwuc uiuvt
Homager Paid to Leader of
Allies by Entire Popu
lation of City
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 4. Citi
zens of Indianapolis and many In
diana cities and towns today pajd
homage to Marshal, Foch in, one
of the greatest demonstrations
ever witnessed here. Official
guest" of the American legion,
whose national headauarters is
located here, he was welcomed by
practically the entire population
of tha citv.
Practically', the entire Indiana
National guard,, members at the
American le'gion and 5 uniformed
cadets from Indiana and Purdue
universities passed in review be
fore the French warrior. The tens
of thousands of citizens who were
massed along the long line of
march, cheered, nouted ana
waved flags as he passed by. The
famous Black Horse troop from
Culver Military academy acted as
, An -imposing . feature of the
day's entertainment was the dedi
cation of site for the proposed
state ' war memorial building at
Sunset' A' stone from' th Marne
.bridge at Chateatt' Thierry which J L
To Secure One Of Those
Round Steak Roasts
. 18c lb.
Just The; Thing For
Pure Lard No. 5 Pail
COMPOUND, No. 5 Pail
SUGAR CURED HAM
PORK HAM ROASTS
Choice SIRLOIN STEAK
Salmon season closes
November 20th. It you
desire some for canning,
get it now.
; Fresh or Salted
' 20c lb.
I When better Meats can
be sold at i lower prices
the Midget will sell them
Originators of Low
351 State Street
Not In The Combine
INV 1 IVJu
t ! jui ... t":
Owingto the ery
our store on October!31weare"n6oc
cupying temporarily garters1 at corner'
of High and Trade streets, telephone
same, No; 1 374.
ake care, of .all
We will be able to v
needs in a'very f ewdaVs.
Showalter & Jacobs
Me a rs
173 S. Commerclat St'
We are using absolutely the choicest steer .beef in we
city. It costs you no more than 6thers"charge for their
common cow meat.
Choice Legs of Mutton.
Mutton Chops, 3 for-
Mutton to Roast.......
Choice Pork to Roast
Freshly Ground Hamburg
Our own pure Lard Iri'KalKl-.
Bring your empty palls. .
Uur own Sugar Cured Breakfast liacon
1 I d ml I A At
jit iw juu tam iu iruuu m ikiv,
TODAY AND MONDAY
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. Hundreds' of Other Bargains in Our Store
SQUARE DEAL HARDWARE AND
220 N. Commercial Street . Phone 1650