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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 15. 1922
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
DlTorce Granted - :
A divorce has been granted to
Geroge Dorr In his suit against
fclsie D. Dorr. They were married
in 1907 and she Is alleged to have
deserted him In Linn county in
1917. The 9-year-old child was
awarded to the mother who is
now living at Giffold, Wash.
JJcenao Business Good
Business in dog licenses contin
ues good at the county clerk's of
fice. Up to yesterday evening 683
had been issued. Yesterday, the
greater number of license appli
cations were received by mall.
Wanted to Buy
A few cars good grain hay.
bpauiding Logging Co. Adv.
The suit of Charles W. Buchner
against Walter E. Hansel and
wife has been dismissed in the
circuit court on motion ot the
plaintiff. The suit of Central
Howell Congregational church
against T. L. Benedict and others
has been also dismissed without
Bay Tract for $3500
A warranty deed was filed for
Tecord yesterday In which Charles
E. Beaman and wife convey title
to Anton Pavelek and wife three
parcels of land in the Halls Home
tracts, adjoining the Oregon Elec
Court House Improvements
Work has already commenced
in altering and improving of the
court house whereby the court will
be In position to handle cases
wherein there are both men and
women Jurors. The office of U.
O. Boyer, county clerk, .is. being
removed temporarily to depart
ment No. 1 of the circuit court. In
all the alterations and improve
ments to be made to the court
house, there .will be no change
made on the exterior.
Wants Payments Reduced
Hiram A. Johnson, now living
In Eugene, hag filed a petition
with the Marlon county circuit
court asking that the court's or
der requiring him to pay $40 a
month for the support of his child
be reduced to $20 a month. In
the decree of divorce given in the
suit of Mary A. Johnson against
the plaintiff, several months ago,
Easier and Better
Wear them and see
phone 1255 Salem, Oregon
SAVE$ $ $
by buying your hardware and
furniture at The Capital Hard,
rare & Furniture Co., 285 N.
J Commercial street Phone 941
i JptUln at lMtt OoouMreUl Btrst
Chop Burr. KoodlM and Amtrieaa
VUMta IN VTVSB ua vnui,
W pay highest price.
We boy and sell everything
We sell for less.
Sc. Phone S98
t i r i :V;i i t t
We -want theiij and .want
them bad,' Because we do
we will pay you the high
est price obtainable any
where, Bring us all you
Also old clothing, furniture
and junk of all kinds.
STEINBOCK jUNK CO.
The House of Half a Million
and One Bargains
mN.ComV Phone 623
Look around in your
attic or store room and
you will find long-f orgoU
ten articles, useless to
you, but very useful to
Turn these articles in
to cash or exchange them
for something useful.
, A classified ad. in the
Statesman will tell hun
dreds about it. ;
You can telephone your
the $40 a monm was allowed by
the court for the mnnnrt nt the
Child. He has filed an affidavit
stating that he is making but 0
a month in Eugene and that his
former wife is marled to John
Bollier of Salem, who is making a
Valentine Day Quiets
ucre was just a iair average
rush to the postoffice yesterday
by those receiving and sending
valentines, and for a time the
lobby suggested a holiday appear
ance . A few were sent in the
small envelopes, which refuse to
be stamped in the regulation
stamping machine, causing consid
erable delay In special stamping.
Income Tax Statement. Prepared
G. Ed Ross,' public accountant
and auditor, phone 2098R. Adv.
Standard OH Reports
The Standard Oil nmnon.r v..,-
submitted to th
state a report showing that dur-
me monm oi January 1,254,
.5 gallons of gasoline and 16.-
i gaiions oi distillate were sold
Oregon by the company. On
amount tne company paid a
of $12,625.58 under the gas-
ollne tax act of 1919 and $12,-
.70 under the easoline tav act
Albert R. Heiliz and hit nn
Reed Heilig, were both issued cer
tificates by the state supreme
court yesterday allowinz thm tn
practice law in Oregon. The ad
missions are for a Drobation ne-
riod of nine months, and are on
certificates from the ntAfe of
Washington. Both attorneys.
however, have recently been in
Fairbanks. Alaska, where they
People Use Swift's Fertilizer
Because it makes them money.
See C. S. BOwne or phone 353.
me public service commission
has postponed from February 15
to February 23 hearings at Rose
burg relative to overhead cross
ings which the state highway com
mission has petitioned for over
the Southern 'Paci(ic tracks at
Oakland, Sutherlin. Wilbur and
Notice to Poultrymen
There will be a meeting of the
members of the Pacific Coopera
tive Poultry Producers in the Com
mercial club rooms Friday, the
17th, at one p. m. All poultry-
men who are interested in a bet
ter market for their eggs are in-
Oet them at Tha KtntAaman of.
fice. Catalog on application.
Canners. to Met
E. C tjufnn, manager of the
Oregon Packing company and W.
G. Allen, manager of Hunt Broth
ers cannery, will attend the meet
ing of the Northwest Canrters as
sociation to be held in Portland
Friday and Saturday of this
To Be Buried Today
James Rennie, a former resid
ent of Salem, and a member of
the Modern Woodmen, died Feb
ruary 12 at Enterprise: The
body will arrive in Salem this
morning at 11 o'clock and will
be taken direct to the I.O.O.F
cemetery. Funeral services will
be conducted by the Rev. W. W.
Positively Last Times
One of the outstanding fea
tures of our optical service
is the speed with which we
are enabled to deliver your
glasses due to our own
grinding plant In our own
Your eyes examined this
morning glasses this after
noon, if you neod them.
Talk over your eye troubles
with us. - We advise con
204-211 Salem Bank ot
Oregon's Largest Optical
Phone 239 for appointment
Long. Members or the Modern
Woodmen lodge are requested to
Now Pianos, &2SH
Easy terms, $450 values. All
standard makes. We do not han
dle stencil or inferior pianos.
Tallman Piano store, 121 S. Com
Daryl Charles Hutchison, the
3-year-old baby of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Hutchinson of 241 North
High street, died yesterday. As
yet no funeral arrangements have
To Vbiit Warfield
Louis Cokn of the Ace will go
to Portland tomorrow to meet
David Warfield and Melville Stolz,
manager for Warfield. Cohn.
Warfield and Stolz were boyhood
friends in San Francisco a good
many years ago. Warfield, fam
ous American actor, appears at
Portland in "The Return pf Peter
To Meet Friday
All bonus appraisers and bon
us attorneys of the state have
been invited to meet in Portland
Friday of this week for a general
discussion of bonus matters that
will soon come before them. For
Marion county the appraisers are
Philip Gilbert and G. W. Johnson
Jr.. of Salem, and M. D. Leabo of
Aurora. E. M. Page is the attor
ney for Marion county. For Polk
county, the appraisers are C. W.
Irvine of Independence. and
Frank E. Kersey and H. L. Fen
ton of Dallas. J. N. Helgerson of
Dallas is the bonus attorney for
Dancing Every Friday
No dance Wed. Elite Hall.
New music. Best time. Adv.
From the adjutant general's of
fice announcement is made of the
promotion to second lieutenant of
Oliver S. Olson, who has been
assigned to the Third battalion
headquarters company at Wood
burn. Lieutenant Olson was for
merly a sergeant.
To Fijcurc Income Tax
Beginning tomorrow Deputy In
ternal Revenue Collector Collins
will be stationed at the postof
fice, upstairs, to assist those who
want help in making out their
income tax returns. The date is
from February 16 to the 25th
Snow at Crooked Finger
John Plas, clerk of the Crooked
Finger school district, was in the
city yesterday attending to school
business. His district is above
Scott s Mills and he says they have
recently had a snowfall of 14
And future annoyance by hav
ing your Income Tax Report made
up RIGHT, by A. M. Dalrymple,
three years in the Internal Reve
nue Service. Room 328, Oregon
Bldg. Phone 1009. Adv.
Checker Player Here
According to I. Greenbaum, the
American champion checker play
er who is now playing the world
champion in Glasgow, appeared in
Salem several years ago and de
feated not only Mr. Greenbaum,
but othler local champion players
includfng Roy Bryant and Dave
Drager. While in Salem, he played
his games blindfolded and the lo
cal champions didn't even get a
draw game. As Banks is the con
tender, draws do not coount in
his favor and to win, he must
play a better game than the world
Grange to Meet
The Salem Grange meets
next Saturday in the Labor union
hall on Court street.
Taken Under Advisement
In the divorce suit of Minnie A.
Price against P. A. Price, before
the Marion county court yester
day, the matter was taken under
At Home Today
Dean Richards of Willamette
university will be at home to the
college women today from the
hours of 3 until i. Every Wil
lamette co-ed is invited to visit
the .dean at Lausanne hall
Rushing Sea-Min to Open-
Rushing reason will open at
Willamette university within the
next few days for members and
pledges in the sororities on the
campus. Plans are being made
by all organiza tions and when
the signal is given to go there
will be something doing at Wil
lamette. Miss Collins Returns
Miss Grace Collins has resumed
her studies at Willamette univer
sity after spending a semester at
Allegheny college, situated in the
eastern part of the United States.
Miss Collins has registered as a
senior and plans to graduate with
the 1922 class th coming June.
She Is a member of tha r.eta Chi
Chimney lllaw Alarms
A chimney fire in the Bligh
building on South Commercial
street near the Marion garaza
caused a run by one unit of equip
ment of the local fire department
last night. The blaze was con
trolled by chemicals.
Smoke Mystery Puzzles
A dense cloud of smoke proved
a puzzle to policemen and fire
men who Were called to the com
fort station at State and High
streets last night. The smoke was
there but no fire was found.
Mrs. Braunibaugh Ilk
Mrs, Gladys Braunibaugh of
this city, yesterday failed to ap
pear in justice court on a Speed
ing charge filed several days ago
hy Stat3 Traffic Officer D. M.
Brown. Mrs. Braumbaugh's at
torney explained that she was ser
iously ill and for his client en
tcred a plea ot not guilty to the
charge ot having driven her car
at 42 miles an hour on the high-
way near Aurora. Bond in tne
sum of 1 20 was deposited and the
case set for hearing within the
Wolfe Appears Later
Ward Wolfe, who was arrested
Sunday on a special speeding
charg.3 and who was booked to
appear in recorder's court yester
day, received a continuance of his
case, yesterday afternoon. Mr.
Wolfe is booked to enter his plea
on the charge this morning.
Mayor George Halvorsen. who
underwent a major operation Fri
day, is rapidly recovering, ac
cording to friends of Mr. Halvor-
sen who visited at the hospital,
The report of Ronald C. Glover
as executor of the estate of Hen
rietta McAdam, has been filed
with the county court, the report
approved and the executor re
leased from further liability. The
heirs are Ralph R. McAdams of
Salem, husband; Lute Sayage,
brothe. of Salem; Robert Sav
ape, brother of Salem; Amelia C.
Riley, sister, of New York City;
Gertrude Savage, sister and Cor
rine Henley, niece of New York
A divorce was granted yester
day in the suit of Dona Paulin
against Mae Paulin. The mother
was given the custody of the son.
The father was. ordered to pay $30
a month for the care and mainte -
nance of his son, with the privi
lege of visiting.
Three Marriage Licenses
Three marriage licenses were
issued yesterday. The first was
to Roscoe L. Wolcott. 61, mail
carrier of Silverton, his second
marriage, and Lucy Eaton Wol
sott, 50,. her second marriage.
The second was to Theodore
Schindler of Mt. Angel, a laborer
and Mary Sept, also of Mt. Ange'..
The third license was granted to
Howard M. Black of the Marion
hotel, Salem, a salesman, and
(Catherine E. Black, also of the
Marion hotel, a musician.
The estate ot Robert Weddle
has been appraised b V. E. Libby.
L8 Wells and U. C. Shields, at
$4,170.98. The estate of Mary
Zimmerman was appraised at
$1,482.35 by A. M. Fry, O. G.
Morris and Louis Webert.
To F.at at Commercial Club
As the Marion hotel kitchen
and range equipment is not as yet
prepared to serve luncheons, the
Rotary club will meet today noon
at the Commercial club.
Wheat and Flour lp
Grover Hillman of the Cherry
City bakery says that flour ad
vanced 65 cents a barrel yesterday
and this is not very encouraging
for thosa who are looking for
cheaper bread. The Cherry City
Flour mill reports that what took
a sudden jump up to $1.38 in
Chicago yesterday and that means
a price of $1.10 a bushel in Sa
lem; Funeral of Baby Held .
The funeral services of Ronald
William Ewing, twin son of Mr.
and Mrs. Archie Ewing, who was
born Monday, will be held this
morning at 10 o'clock from the
Terwilligter Home. The services
will be private and will be con
ducted by the R"v. W. W. Long.
Burial will be in City View ceme
tery. Entertained at Labish School
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar B. Ging
rich were the entertainers at a
masting held last night at the
Labish Center school house. Mrs.
Gingrich appeared in Indian songs
and characteristic pantomime,
and Mr. Gingrich, baritone, in a
number of solos. Miss Ruth Bed
ford was pianist.
Andrew Ekern and B. W. Bail
iff yesterday forfeited cash bail of
$20 each wh'ch they had deposit
ed Sunday, following arrests by
Officers llaydcn on charges of ex
ceeding the speed limit.
Parking Causes Arrest
Dr. M. H. Edwards of 3.",:. North
Capitol stret was arrested by
Patrolmen E. G. White last night
on a charge of parking hi3 car
on a cross walk near State and
Ren Kantleberg of 137."i North
Twelfth street yestorday reported
to the police that his bicycle had
been Itolen from in frout of the
.Market street grocery. Monday
lines Are Collected
City Recorder Earl Race handed
out some $10 traffic fines yester
day to the following named resi
dents who were recently arrested
by Traffic Officer Miller Hayden
on charges of speeding: Arthur
Hlumenberg, $10; A. A. Os;ria,
$10; Heury Kildow, $10.
I HOTEL ARRIVALS
MARION S. Jones. J. S. Mag
lady. H. D. Olsen. J. B. Bliss. M.
M. Page. J. J. McXemey. L. F.
Rose, Horace Heddcs. W. W.
Jones, a. F. Slade, E. B. Martin.
J. E. Guns. F. H. Thompson, R.
S. Flock. J. Mersfelder. R. G.
Wenger, Scott Kent, W. A. Coffey,
Lane Godell, A. A. Hale. Mildred
Smith. Gladys Williams, Tom
Gorman. O. O. Ticknor, Joe Roth
child. J. Rosenfield, Portland; R.
B. Rutherford. Corvallis; H. J.
Kalisre. H. T. Holden. F. L. Stet
son, Eugene; Geo. B. Keith, Al
bany; E. O. Woodruff, Los An
geles. BLIGH Portland arrivals were
L. H. Gardner, F. Tiffany. A.
G. Riach. J. Taylor. K. C. Beak
en, R. W. Gilll. L. M. Fint. A.
S. Alexander, H. P. Fing; C. S.
A. Morohon, Astoria; E. P. An
thony. Albany; N. W. Hadman.
McMLnnville; C. H. Olmstead,
Dalas; W. F. Blakeley, Stayton.
Leading Episcopalians Of
State to Gather Here
Sunday and Monday
On next Sunday and next Mon
day, prominent members of the
Episcopal church will attend the
"ntral convocation ot ths Episco-
Pf ' dloese reSa to held
at St. Paul s.
Among those who will be in at
tendance are the Right Rv. Wal
ter T. Sumner, bishop; the Rev.
Frederic Jennings of Eugene,
dean; and the Rev. Edmund T.
Simpson of Corvallis. secretary.
The program for the tw.j days
'& as follows:
Sunday. 7:30 I M.
Evening prayer, the rector as
sisted by Dean Jennings and the
Rev. E. T. S mpson; three ad
dresses, general subject, 'The
Task of the Church (a) "The
Mission of the Church and Her
Responsibility." Rev. H. R. Cham
bers; (b) "'The Organization or
the Church fcr Meeting the Task,"
Dean Jennings: (c) "The Task or
the ChSrch in Regard to Religious
Education," Rev. E. T. S!mpson.
Celebration of the Holy Euchar
'8t at a. m.
Breakfast at 8:30 a. m.
Address. 10:30 a. m.. "The TasV
of the Church in Church Exten
sion," Archdeacon Black.
Address. 11:30 a. m., "The
Source of Power for the Task.''
bishop of the diocese.
Lunchean, 1 p. m.
Address, 2 r m.. "Woman's
Ptrt in the Task." Mrs. Wilton
Johnston of Portland.
Business session and adjourn
ment, 3 p. m.
Reception at rectory, 8 p. m.
E SALE IS
Registered Hogs to Be Dis
posed of Revival of
A public sale of registered
swine is to be held at the state
fair grounds today commencing at
1 o'clock. About 50 fine speci
mens of the porcine tribe will be
distributed to the farmers of
Marion and Polk coounties.
Many visitors from the outside
are expected to be present, at
tracted by the quality of the of
fering which is made up of choice
animals from the herds of C. K.
Loe of Silverton and L. C. Abies
& Sons of Springfield, breeders of
Big Type Poland Chinas.
A decided revival of interest in
pork production is apparent
throughout the northwest due to
the shortage of hogs in the grain
growing districts where the stocks
were depleted during the period
of high priced grain. Now, hogs
are up and grain is down and
those farmers who are fortunate
enough to have a good supply of
porkers are making large profits.
There is room for many more
hogs in the Willamette valley. In
fact a sow on every farm would be
a source of profit to her owner.
It is said that nearly ten millions
of dollars have been paid oue to
corn-belt farmers in the last 18
months for live hogs shipped in
to the poking centers of the north
west. Due to the shortage of sup
plies, the northwestern markets
are the highest in the United
States at this time.
Pupils of St, Mary's School
at Mount Angel Ob.serve
The pupils of St. Mary's school
at Mt. Angel gave an appropriate
and creditable program on Arbor
day. February 10.
The entrie school, about 400
pupils, marched to the newly er
ected flag pole which stands in
front of the magnificent new
school building at Mt. Angel and
while two boys hoisted the "Stars
and Stripes" the school sang a
national song. Then the flag
salute was given by the pupils.
After this the Arbor day exer
cise1? proper began. These con
sisted of songs, readings and rec
itations some taken from the
Arbor day manual edited by the
state superintendent of schools,
J. A. Churchill. The state song
for the rose festival, "Beautiful
Oregon Rose," was one of the
songs sang. At the conclusion of
Webb & Clough
RIGDON & SON
J Leading Morticians
ON H DAY
NEW HEAD OF WEST POIXT
1 '"il I . I
SMaaw iriKi ikiitium mi i Tum.Avi
Coprrtsht by Vn4moo4 a t"nt-i rod.
Brig.-Gen. Fred W. Slavin, for
merly commander of Fort Sheri
dan, 111- will succeed Brig.-Gen.
Douglas MacArthur at the Na
tional War School June 30.
the program. Rev. Father Dom
inic gave an instructive address
to the children about Arbor day
and its purpose. He told the
children how wrong it is wanton
ly to destroy any living thing, as
birds, trees, plants. After the
program the boys planted some
shrubbery in the front lawn.
The pupils have taken advan
tage of the state school superin
tendent's offer and: have made
application for two dozen cuttings
of the Caroline Testout rose from
the state house at Salem. These
cuttings the eighth grade will
plant in the front lawn of the
school. There will be a tryout
between the boys and girls of
the eighth grade to grow the best
TO BE DEDICATED
Services Planned for Sun
day, to Be Followed by
Series of Meetings
Dedication services will be held
at the Highland Friends church
next Sunday, Feb. 19, with an ap
propriate program both morning
The morning service win in-
nliwlo n sermon hv C ClarkSOIl
Hinshaw, superintendent evangel-J
istical and p istoral work for thehi
Oregon yearly meetings. i
At 3 o'clock there will be an
other service in which F. Marion
George will give a brier history of
the church, followed hy a sermon
by the Rev. Mr. Hinshaw.
In the evening there will be the
first sermon of evangelistic meet
ings which will be conducted by
the Rev. L. Clarkson Hinshaw.
During the meetings following the
dedicatory services Sunday, ser
vices will be hold each evening at
the church beginning at 7:30
o'clock and afternoons except
Monday and Saturday.
"Where is the pain?" asked the
"Oh. I don't know, doctor:"
groaned the patient. "It hurts so
I can't tell where it is!"
"Just so," said the doctor, pro
ceeding to fill a small vial from a
larper one. "It's a wiseacre who
knows where he aches."
The Suits for this
Gone are the very elaborate, fur trimmed suits that were in favor a year
ago and in their place are suits, simple as to line and fabric and so unde
niably smart in appearance that we welcome the change!
Since They Are
You should not overlook the op
portunity to see them when they
first come in and when the
choice is unlimited. You will find
them in prices ranging all the.
$24 .75 to $64 JO
FOREIGN 1111 VETS
Anniversary of Destruction
of Battleship Maine to
Veterans of foreign wars will
observe this evening w!th the
Spanish war veterans as their
suestq the anniversary ot tha
blowing up of the Maine in Ha
vana harbor on February 15,
18 58. In addition to the Spanish
war veterans as guests, there will
be entertained a number of over
seas men of the World war.
The observance of the event
which practically drew this coon
try into war with pain is one of
the two events when veterans of
the panish war and other wars
get together to talk of other days.
The second day they observe to
gether is Armistice day.
The observance tonight at the
armory will include a number of
addresses by panish war veterans
and overseas men. Col. George
A. White, adjutant general, is on
the program for an address. Com
mander Harry Ross of the Span
ish war veterans will tell of his
remembrances of that period in
his life and also Commander II.
The most talked
He Can ActDLIUfl
This Is Marmalade Season
Have you tried Oest's Orange Marmalade? A large 12-
ounce jar for 19c
This is a special price for a few days. We invite you
to come in and try it. It purely is great.
CARL & BOWERSOX
NO MORE BARK "
After a Few Doses of Schaefer's Throat and Lung
Why stay on nerves' edge continually with that hack
ing cough when Schaefer's Remedy will remove the
trouble? Sold in three sizes.
Schaefer's Drug Store
Sole Agent Garden Court Preparations
135 North Commercial St. Phone 197
YOU GO!" IT BRINGS
O. Miller ot th Veterans of For
eign wars. CoL Carle Abrams Is
also on the program for a talk
on overseas experiences. t
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Htrshktnd Und rat nay be th
price ot this watch.?
Jeweler 10 pounds.
Hlrschktnd (to himself) He
asks 10; he means eight; hell
dak six: it's worth four; I'll ot
fer two. London Tit-Bitta.
Moke Does yuh really lovs
m or does yuh Jesthlnk rh dot.
Moka Yas, Indeedy, Honey, I
really loves yuh: I ain't done any
thinkin' vet. Black and Blue
A lockage of
ConAv in Fverv fltlld
3 Attending Saturday
or Sunday Matinee :
of man in America
Thrtii - A Today OCft
I IICCUI C Tomorrow UU
383 Court Street