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t 'THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON " i
WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1, 1U22
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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
rSZ,rT V I montns M their homo and
J?TftlS??:''Utee,,l terd' B- started back to
fK whel ni tm nfaSnC??n theIf 0,d hoine Webb City,
tlnflt,afa0theI Ho. --Their address there will he
l?fn? ESSS?' 7 Hall street. They made many
rn MrldFVS?1!?1??' fr,ends ik".iM they Sa'
JJltffj SiM,,?1 ,em ana Salen PC0P. especially
fioo VilTJS11!1! 0t M50' tteIr neighbors out on North
00 and MT4.600 bonds., wfth ,, thMP trt
There Will Be No Mecthur !
Thursday eight of Capital as
sembly, united Artisans. All mem
ber! wishing Mo ro to Woodburn
' meet at I. O. O. P. hall at 7 o'clock
asharp. : Automobiles wlU be pro-
tided, Adv v
Fifth, but they are going back to
the old Missouri home on account
of business reasons.
We are now ready to do busi
ness In our; new location in the
new i l.O.O.F. hall. Mrs. Scott's
Beauty Parlors. Adv.
Willing to Help
Red i Cross headquarters
ir Garland Admitted
The supreme court - yesterday
fr,d6r f dntUng ? 019 State street would appreciate sug
" ". j, , " Kesuons Irom friends of ex-ser-
? It . Charles vlce men who are in need, yet who
Garland of Portland. . will not apply to the Red Cross
. . -1. : I for help. It Is thought there are
xarpiey nun Hoard I several families of ex-service men
Dan Tarpley. who has teen Inl in the city who should receive aid
4 the employe of the secretary of I from the Red Cross, wt whose
states ouice lor several months, names are mot known.
Has resigned to accept a position
taxes on lot 10. block 1, in West
Stayton. and that she has paid all
taxes on the lot since that date,
amounting to $32.15.
Frank Myers, after having a
pleasant time having his tonsils
extracted ind visiting his brother
at Medford, returned home yester
day, lie says, Medford is a nice
town, but somehow these other
cities In Oregon do not compare
with the capital city and its wide
were 123 applications. The unof
ficial guess is that there are 3000
dogs in Marion county.
Emerson and O. K. records.
Values to $2.50 now 48 cts. C.
S. Hamilton. Adv.
Values to 50c now 34c.
Salt to Foreclose
J. J. Ackerman has brought
suit against - Charles S. Burdsal
and Gertrude P. Burdsal in which
he alleges that the defendants
gave a promisory note in 1914 for
$2100 and that to secure payment
of tha note, gave a mortgage on
a lot in Southwest addition to the
city of Salem, .facing on Saginaw
street. The complaint asks judg
men amounting to $2301.80 and
for the foreclosure of the mortgage.
Last Month of Winter-
As the last month ot winter is
now here it is well to take a look
at the almanac. The sun arose
this morning at 7:23 o'clock and
will set this afternoon at , fiTe
minutes after 5 o'clock. On Feb
ruary 1, 1S64. Lincoln called for
500,000 volunteers to hasten the
end of the Civil war.
fice yesterday received ; a check
irom this house in payment oi
100 2 -cent stamps and 5,450 -
cent stamp. The 6-cent stamps
were for the mailinr of the big
catalogs from Salem to points In
thi third rone. 200 or more miles
from Salem. The catalogs are
stored in warehouse in the city.
and mailed out as the owner Of
the warehouse receives addressee
to which the catalogs are to 'be
Woe Id Serr Sect-nc
Ellis llarst, employe ot the
Clancy florist shop, will be far
removed from the; buds , and
bloom lets of : his placs of employ
ment unless he alters his -ion
to "do" 20 days j In the .::
jail rather than pay a tine e
$40. Hnrst 'was sentenced by
City Recorder' Earl ; Race after
having entered a prea of guilty to
a reckless driving charge filed
by Traffic Officer Harden.
mittW on' immigration andh natu
ralisation, the chairman ot which
is said to be favorable to the
measure. He j will endeavor to
have U incorporated ta the next
general Immigration bill.' n
Everybody Wants Swift's
Fertilisers. For prices and easy
terms see Clarence S. Bowne or
phone 353. Adv.
. .Only 22 Marriagi
January made a bad record as
a month for marriages. According
to ,tho records of the county niWnJ.
l-ltlfc 3 V11ICC, OUIJ ' m Iiceiuca
were issued during the monh.2
During January of one year ago,
25 licenses were issued.
Good Used Pianos
Cheap, C. S. Hamiiton.-
Recalls Newspaper Days
A. M. Dalrymple, who recently
left the United States revenue
service after spending several
years In the work In the southern
district, recalls Salem
newspaper iiappenlngs 20 years
ago wht he and R. A. Harris
were publishing the Salem Week
ly -Democrat. About that time
Tracy and Merrill were starting
out on thortr famous flight from
the. penitentiary here. Later, Mr.
Dalrymple was employed as a
news man on the Statesman,
workine with Lester Davis, who
Exchanged for 15c, at Moore
Dunn Music store, basement Ma
sonic bldg.. State andlHlgh Sts.
.in the offices of th tn lwrnna ' L tFancy Scrims
and loan mmmlialnn Tamini i.
Came from Douglas County Value to tdc now 34c.
a vteteran of th WnrM w; . Alinonn nei" nome 18 ln ouK- Hamilton. Adv.
Imi. : IV. -- .a . I iS
1 ing enusted at the age of 48
years. He served with the end
5 neers in France for a period of 17
county. Sarah Davis has
brought suit in the Marion county Friendly Suit Ilegn
, circuit court against Doris uavia, a friendlv suit has been filed
asking for a divorce. She alleges jn eh circuit court entitled Rob-
he placed her and her two Chil- Rrt Savaen find nthera ntainst Luto
y TV-, m rl. a . i I . I at. u eucfccu iimv ww
- iHjri h r ii 1 1 inrMTi r 1 1 m tti n r n in c.n. t t a a rv -i
A1'8 aIrbanrt her chagrin and disgrace. She savaae. Amelia Riley. Corrine
asks for the custody of the chll- nenly and Lute Savage are owners
aren ana iau attorneys tee to nr nmi nanta n oammn nt
vonierenoe Deferred . : I prosecute the suit. r.s mro i ?r t n i w a n h t i
A pAnrrAniA hn( vaai V.m I ' 1 t a iit j il.a j . .
" vvcu wcuiuoibi ' on , uuu icat in oraer 10 se-
" uuwr commission i eisnoors cx wooucrait cure a just partition or tne lanu,
ana tne Secretary'. Of -StatA. 1n-l When tniTmr aiuuumMnta IT'rt. thn nlnlntiffa nclr that thara f
ciuaing tne state traffic depart-! day afternoon, February 3, at perees be appoioted to partition the
mem, wnicn Was SChedUIed tn ho I lOdeo mnm All nthpr dnva nav t 1 DrODertv. In makinp answer ni
. held here yesterday was deferred I Ostrin's Confectionery. 19th and defendant Lute Savaim nrknowl-
until Saturday. the commissioners State, between hours-ot 12 and 6 edges that all the statements
uB.ng nnaoie to stop In Salem on I P. m; Emma Maplathorpc, clerk, made in the complaint are true.
irip irom Portland south. Thai Adv
policing ot the state highways is
Two Appear Today
R. I). Gibson and Vern Drag"er
were nabbed by Officer Hayden on was city editor at that time. Mr.
a charge of exceeding the' speed Dalrymple has established a resi
limit while both drivers were dence in Salem and ill have an in
come tax inofrmatioh service in
making headway soubward on
Commercial street late yesterday.
At the police station Officer Hay
den filed separaCa charges against
Gibson and Drager, the police
blotter record Etating that both
men had been racing when their
alleged excess of speed had at
tracted the officer. This was de
nied by Drager. Gibson furnished
a $20 bond. Drager was reel ased ! Gave to Charity
on his own recognizance. They The two most recent additions
From Vancouver Barracks
Col. a. W. Bradbury of Van
couver barracks was in the city
conferring on cfficialjnatters with
George A. White, adjutant general.
Son Is Born
A boy was born yesterday mor-!
nlng to Mr. and Mrs. Kirby P.
Arnold at the residence on South
Commercial .near Mftler streets.
The youngster will he named
James, .Kirby Arnold. ;
Car Much Damaged-r-
Walter Edwards yesterday re
ported to the police that be had
,been involved in a collision with
a car driven by A. Cillenningson
of Salem route 3. Rdwards was
driving north on Winter street
and Henningson was proceeding
east on Csnter street when the
crash occurred. While the Hen
ningson car escaped ; with slight
damage, Mr. Edwards reported
that his own machine had been
considerably smashed' up as a re
sult of the encounter.1
appear today at 10 o'clock.
Good Used llanos
Cheap. C. S. Hamilton. Adv.
j to the fund of the Associated
Charities were from the First
Me thodist church. $58 and the
Catholic church,' $23.
to be discussed at the conference. Want- to Foreclose
iv iruNiouri--. ? i ... i r
m m l mmw wvu kl'VU i J A" a
v v.-l v "T"' wuai. i u. wcuowan against the wuiam
wno hare been livin? on Vnrih vn i i
Church or Fifth street for eight panyj Elizabeth Schllz, H. S. Mc
uowan and ; others. She alleges
she bought a tax lien in 1916
amounting to $9.82 for the 1914
Exchanged for 15c. at Moore-
Dunn Music store, basement Ma
sonic bldg.. State and High Sts.
Easier and Better
. j; Wear them and. see
Phone 1255 ! - Salem, Oregon I
yhy buyinjr yoar hardware and
fomiture at The Capital Hard.
A r&re & Furniture Co., 285 N.
Commercial street. Phone 947
JTpatalrt 1SSU I. CrUl Btrwrl
' a Chos Bmj. HdlM u4 AairioM
bishas. If Crsm sad Drinks.
gpxUl 8tta4y -
i - ' .
y- HOUSE -
' . " t ; , '.'. - t
Wa pay highest price.
We buy and aeU evarythlnf
T teU tor less. ,
215 Cemter Be. Phone 808
The estate of Frank Hronek has
been appraised at $2200. The es
tate consist of; iwo tracts of land,
the NE 1-4 of the NE 3-4 of sec
tion 11, township 7 south of
range 1 east and the X 1-2 of the
NW 1-4 of section 12, T 7 Sit IE
The appraisers were M. S. Lam
port, E. M. Page and Olga M.
A few of the stores and conces
sions in the new Terminal build
ing on High street, have opened
for business. Those now ready
for customers are the Terminal
restaurant, Blaisdell & Maddison.
barbers and Mrs. Scott's Beauty
parlors. When the building is
completed, there will be close to
a dozen concessions, besides the
hotel for the upper floors. Car
penters and finishers are rushing
he building work as fast as possi
ble, to get it ready for occupancy,
and shoould have the last of the
booths in readiness within the
next few days.
Getfinz Readv to liuiltl
notices have been filed that
bids will be received tft the court
nouse on February 11. for the al.
terations and additions tn thn
Marion county court house. Plans
and specifications may be- found
ai tne court house in the county
clerk's office or at the office of
the architect. A. E. Doyle of
Portland. The improvements will
cost the county about $12,000
ana were made necessary by the
law providing; that women may
serve on the jury.
Greatly reduced. C. S. Hamilton
Get them at The Statesman ot
fice. Catalog on application.
Putting on Airs ;
I Grand Ronde is developing into
a roal city, according to Walter
L. Spaulding who has jU3t return
ed from the city. It now has a
church, a fine high school, pic
ture show in prospect and on top
ot all that, there is a hank build
ing in course of construction and
there will be soon opened the
Bank of Grand Ronde. It is esti
mated that by next summer the
population of Grand Ronde and
vicinity will exceed 600. It was
n't there a year ago. 4
Mrs. Lorena Wise left yesterday
for Seattle 1 '
PI...H. ITnwnrH inn SOtl OI
( Ustwarit Inct rACPTltlV Under
went a serious operation at the
Willamette Sanitarium, but is
rapidly improving now.
Eight Grade Pupils to
Present Three-Act Play
DONT PUNISH THE CHILDREN
Give them more raisins, prunes, figs, apples, and other
ood things that make for good health, and some ot
your troubles will disappear. ,
Our dried fruits are all fine quality
CARL & B0WERS0X
1 383 Court Street Phone 409 "
? Phone us your orders. No charge for delivery
Greatly reduced. C. S. Hamilton
Ial Yick to Have Party
Having lived in Salem about SO
years, Lai Yick, tbg Chinese doc
tor, feels that he is almost a pion
eer and that as a pioneer, grow
ing up with all the elder business
men in the city, he is entitled to
entertain his friends at dinner.
Hence he has issued about 50 In
vitations to his old time friends
to attend as guests, an informal
dinner to be held at the Nomking
cafe on Sunday afternoon at 5:30
Emerson and O. K. record
Values to $2.50 now 48 cts. O.
S. Hamilton .dv. .
L ' If - . . . ll
i -II ' J ' - II
We want them and want
them bad. Because we do
we will pay you the high
est urice obtainable any
where, Bring us all you
Alto old clothing, furniture
and junk of all kinds.
STEIH30CK JUNK CO.
The House of Half a mnion
arid One Bargains
.402 N. ConVL Phone 523
or is your head so filled
with that stuffy cold
that it is a continual
sniff, sniff, sniff?
will break up your cold in
short order. Hundreds
of Salem people are with
out colds because of these -little
Get a package today
.''i t-:. " :
v Sole Agent Garden Court
135N.Conrt. Phone 197
Assumed Business Name Filed
The O. K. ;s Plumbing & Hard
ware company is the name of a
new busiaass at 1011 South Com
mercial street. This is. the name
under which J. G. Walter, O. H.
McElroy, C. C. Walter of 1011
South Commercial strteet and
Bertha Watson of Salem, rural
route 3, will conduct the business.
Meet at College
The Women's Home Missionary
society of the First Methodist
hurch will hold its regular meet
ing today at 2:30 p. m. with Mrs.
McCormick at Kimball School of
Hurrying After Licenses-
Owners of dogs are hurrying
after the license that will enable
them to comply with'the state law.
mat every dog must wear a lea
ther collar showing that a license
has been pair.; The number of the
license is stampod on the collar
During the two days that the
county clerk's office was prepared
to issue licenses and collars, there
We Grind Our Lenies
! In - our own mechanical
department, thus enabling
us to f not only more
efficient service today, but
av service that will' be more
lasting. . . y' -- ;
. Let us give yoa an expert
Meier on our Wurlitzer
J OPTICAL .CO.
204-211 Salem Bank -of
, 1 , commerce Building
i Oregon's Largest OpUcal
Phone J5 for appointment
Why not have the car
brightened up with. ? a
new coat of paint? Come
to our shop and see the
class of work we turn
out. We Sure can please
RUSH'S AUTO PAINT
! 12th and Mill Sts.
SASH AND DOORS
0. B. WillUiat Co.
1943 rint An), Soath. Seattle.
Mt Bill in th vest tellinc dirm
U the ir. Sar yoa middlemen
vueni umm oui -:
20" id by 23" V.Kh. SO. A dotes
different sites ia stock for prompt ship
- CMckan boom BkynsBts
S" by 40". Prico (Used 2. Ti
ia tho sis recommended by iWettera
Wsthinrton Experiment 8tstkn. Orders
filled promptly.; .
Viva rmi naaet doors. 2 feet 6 in. t
S feet S inehes. t rsrb US2.92
On psnei doors, at arh $3.67
rhMrfullv refaaded if not sst-
Ixfied. WriU for free illustrated tstalog
v. K ' fontaina helnfal kiats for re-
modeliac tao oW b" r plaaninf the
: 0. B, WILLIAMS
To Hold Important Meeting
The February meeting of the
Salem Businessmen's league will
be held Tuesday night. February
7 at the Commercial club. Ed
Schunke is president ot the league.
It is understood that one ot the
important matters to be discussed
at the meeting ia hat ot the busi
ness men giving their advertising
apace for advancing home entertainments.
Income Tax lleports
Will be made up right by A M.
Dalrymple, jusi out of the Inter
nal Bevenue Office. If you need
help see Tilm. Room 328 Oregon
BJd. Phone 1009. Adv.
Terminal Barber Shop-
Joe Maddison and Larry Blais
dell announce the opening, Wed
nesday, February 1, of their
newly equipped barber shop In the
Stag's Terminal building at High
near Court streets. Adv.
Artisans to Visit
Capital Assembly, United Arti
sans, will exchange visits with the
Woodburn branch of the United
Artisans Thursday night.7 The
following week the Woodburn Ar
tisans will pay the Salemites a
visit and listen to an address by
Dr. G. C. Esshlman, supreme med
ical director. This is a move to
get the lodge better acquainted
and autos have been provided
for those members wishing to at
tend the meetings.
More Claim u Comlne In
Since the first of the year the
business of attending claims of
ex-service men as handled by Red
uross headquarters, has increased
60 per cent. All claims handled
in Salem are dispatched to the
Seattle office. Delays in handling
claims are thought to be . due
largely to the largo amount of red
tape that has crept into the of
fices in Washington.
Consultation and examination
Drs. Bradford Bradford, D. C,
state licensed physicians. Ten
years In practice. Phone 526.
Suite 319 Oregon Bldg. Adv,
Will Meet Toniehfc
The story tellinjr section of the
Salem Arts league will meet at
the public library tonight at
o'clock. Mrs. MInnlei Bates, Miss
Adona Cochrane and Otto Paulas
have the program In charge.
Realtors to Pat
Members ot the Marion County
Realtors association will have an
opportunity to test the cooking of
thi domestic science class of the
Grant school. The noon luncheon
of the association for Thursday,
Feb. 9 will be held In that school.
This week the lnncheon will be
held In the Y. W. C. A.
Returned to Seattle
Miss Katherine Ewing of the
Seattle Red Cross returned to
her home yesterday after conduct
ing a school for Red Cross secre
taries for the past two- weeks.
Among those who attended the
class of instruction were Red
Cross secretaries from Albany,
Corvallis, Eugene and Medford.
SILVERTON. Ore. j Jan. 31.
(Special to Thes Statesman)
The eighth erade of the Silver
ton grammar school i will present
a three-act play entitled "The
Doctor" at the Palacto theater on
Thursday, February. The ac
tors are under the 'direction of
Mrs. Coe, principal of the gram
mar grades. ' I
A two-reel comedy . will W
shown before the play, beginning
at 7:30, the curtain raising for
the play at 8 o'clock. Betweeu
acts Miss Marguerite Welch will
stage some fancy dances. Harold
Mero a high Bchool stutdent, will
put on a stunt dance;
The net proceeds tot the ply
will be used for the burcnatinc of
a phonograph and records for ffiT
upper grade school.
The cast for the play is:
The doctor . . . 1 Gerald Mero
Mrs. Willow by .Wando Bowen
Thomas Picton . . i Berton Murphy
Etfie Picton Katbaleen Beoth
Mr. Chuggs t . . . .Eliel Eillis
Mr. Pnnker .1. Ed ward Syring
Mrs. Mayfair .Vivian Wilson
McArthur Narcotic Bill
Introduced in Congress
Governor Olcott , has received
from Representative C. M. Mc
Arthur at Washington, D. C, a
copy of the bill introduced by Mr.
McArthur for ai suppression of
the narcotic drug traffic. The
bill has been referred to the com-
"Here Is presented to you the greatest action picture ever made a
marvelous, magnificent photoplay that is a torrent ot power without n.
a slnele dull moment throughout its entire course. Never before .. ..
(in film bibtory has ..there been such a gloriously entertaining blend ut
-.orrow. Dec a use never nas mere oeen a siory coraparaoie in icopo
and in appeal, to 'The Three Musketeers." .
Today Tomorrow Friday Saturday
Shows Start at
Shows Start at 24:307 and 9:30
Adults 50c Children 25c
Watch for announcement of special children's show
Saturday a. m.
LIB E RT
f r -
AH Artisans Take Notice-
There will be no meeting
Thursday, night. AH members
who would like to go to Wood-
burn will meet at 7 o'clock sharp
at Odd Fellows building. Adv.
Spwder Is Halted
While driving sothu on Com
mercial street, William Busick.
local grocer, was arrested by Traf
fic Officer Miller Hayden. who
claimed that Busick was making
32 miles an hour when halted.
Mr. Busick was cited to appear in
poiice court today.
BUCKBIE James Buckbie, age
77 years, died January 31 at
495 Tnmer street, Salem. Body
; in care ot Webb & Clough un
dertaking parlors, he funeral
announcements will be made
Will Celebrate Birthday
Tne 17th Mrtnday of Rotary
falls on Thursday, February 23.
The Salem club is preparing to
observe the day and will probably
Invite the Portland. McMinnvllle
and Roseburg clubs to sed mem
bers to Salem to help ill the ob
servance. The new banquet
room ot the Marion hotel will be
ready by that date.
A Classified Ad-
Will bring you a buyer.-
bit. Angel School Progresses
Attendance at the Mt. Angel
schools for the monfh of January
was 178 boys and 162 girls. Mt.
Angel has one of the finest school
buildings In the state for a small
town and since the erection of the
new building, the enrollment has
almost doubled. '
BERRYMAN-At the residence.
517 North Capitol street, Jan.
31, Henry Berryman, age 85
years, husband of Selina E.
, Berryman. father. of Mrs.
' George Millie- of Salem, and
Mrs. J., !. Bixby of McCleary.
Wash., grandfather ot Henry J.
Millie of Salem and Berryman
. Davids, brother of Charles Ber
ryman of Blackfoot, Ida. Pri
vate service will be held Wed-
nesday. Feb. l from the Rig
don mortuary, .after which the
body will be taken to Grand
View. Wash., for interment.
Webb & Clough
v leading Funeral
Still In Pnalneaa - " i
The biggest mall order fcous
In the country finds Salem and
the country within 200 miles of
Salem. wtnlwwh.UftThe .postoX-, .
RIGDON & SON.
There must be many expressions of relief
among the little fur-bearing wood animals
this spring for not a vestiage of their glossy
coverings are to be seen on the most distinc
tive coats It .
But there is an air of jauntiness the Eiig-,
lish call it "Doggy" er "Swanky" which is a
good description about them that is ex
We Are Selling
These Coats Rapidly
at Prices That
$9.75 to $54.75 ,
And to assure yourself of the widest variety from
, which to make your, choice, you should visit at
once our coat department. Don't let these first
spring days find you without the correct top coat!
Spring and the "Pay As You Go" Plan Have
Equally Delightful Meanings!