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iaves for Island r ! - Medal Mailed
Ira Mercer, son of Dr. W. I. Senrice medals for their years
Mercer,' left Salem last night for of deTotion to the Oregon nation-
the . Isle of Palmito del Verde, al guard, were mailed Monday to
Mexico, wnere he wm look alter I Lieutenant James Q. Adams, of
land Interests there.
Nominating Petition Blanks
Secure them at the Statesman
(legal deck) upstairs. AdT.
The collision of two cars was
yesterday, reported by W. Zirkel
of Salem route 7. Mr. Zirkel re
ported that' his car was struck by
a machine driren by C. D. Barh
yte, the accident occurring near
Union and Capitol streets.
Ashland, for his 10 years of mili
tary efficiency,, and Lieut. Beecher
Danford, also of Ashland, who has
filled oat a five years term. The
medals were issued from the of
fice of the Oregon National guard.
People Use Swift's Fertilizer
Because It makes them money,
See C 8. Bowne or phone 353
A Classified A(L
Will bring you a buyer. AdT.
MIm Bane Coming
Miss Ruth Barnes, who is at
tending the University of Wash
ington at Seattle, Is expected home
this week to spend her spring va
cation with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. T. Barnes of Salem. She
should arrive in Salem, on Thursday.
Enjoys Brief Vacation
Hall ie Pollack, 19. an inmate I ri r.t.i- .u,......
vi iuB iuh scnooi ior ieeoieiAdT.
minded, was returned to that in
stitution fater a - short - period of I Mr. uviw ni
liberty. 'Pollack was returned to Mrs. George H. Burnett was
the school after an unapproved! anddeniv an m mnnpH hv wirn Rnn-
absence of about three hours.
Divorce Is Granted
Judge George G. Bingham, pre
siding in department No. 2, cir
cuit court for Marion county, yes
terday signed' a decree of divorce
In favor of .Nellie C. Dickhart
Mrs. Dlckhart's complaint against
her husband, Leo Dickhart, wai
reviewed Saturday by Judge Bing
day morning and left on two hours
notice to attend at the bedside of
her niece. Mrs. Edward Weller,
in Oakland, Cal. Mrs. Weller's
recovery from serious illness is
To See Grand Opera-1-
Among those from Salem who
will attend the grand opera s ea
rn in Portland are Mrs. J. L.
Stockton, Miss Zoe Stockton, Miss
Rose Baumgartner, Miss S. Mat-
this and Miss Martha Gilbert.
tended the ' Salem lodge meeting
Monday night. They came as a
drill team to work with the local
ledge, getting ready far the big
dL'tiict convention of the order,
at Dallas, April 1.
Doney in Portland
Dr. Catl G. Doney, president of
Willamette university, went to
Portland Monday to speak before
te weekly luncheon of the Port
land Chamber of Commerce. The
Willamette male quartet accom
panied him, as guests of the Port'
land organization, to furnish mu
sic for the occasion.
Team in Wreck
The Oregon state , deaf aad
dumb school basketball team bad
an auto wreck Saturday night on
their way to Scappoose to play the
local team. W. P. Valiant, coacb
of the team, was following an
other car on acconnt of poor lights
when the car ran ' over an em
bankment near Holbrook and
threw the occupants out. No one
was serfously injured.
Highland Parent-Teacher asso
ciation will meet for its regular
monthly meeting at the Highland
school. Tuesday evening, March
21, at 7 30 o'clock.
Day Course Began t
A day course was begun at the
auto mechanics' school, 803 North
Liberty street. Monday. The night
class has grown so large, clear up
to and beyond the capacity for a
single class, that the day work
is being organised. H. J. Mil
som Is in charge of the school
which is being carried on under
the federal vocational training act.
The day registration will begin
Monday at 9 o'clock.
Bean Acreage Wanted
George Gill, a field representa
tive of the King's Products com
pany, has been in the vicinity en
deavoring, it Is reported", to line
up about 1000 acres of beans
among the farmers for the com
ing season, the product to be
used at the big dehydration plant
here. It is estimated that the
beans will produce three tons to
the acre, and that the aggregate
should be in the neighborhood of
3000 tons for the season.
Charity Benefit March 29 ;
A benefit for the Associated
Charities will be given March 29
by Miss Elizabeth Levy. The pro
gram will be given in the armory
and will consist of violin solos by
Miss Levy, vocal numbers by Mrs.
Goldie Peterson Wessel of Port
land, comedy skits by Biddy Bish
op, and a number of new magical
tricks by E. Cooke Patton.
Marcns Not Coming
D. P. Marcus, supreme com
mander of the Knights of the
Maccabees will not be able to visit
Willamette Tent No. 6. as had
been announced. Mr. Marcus was
enroute to Salem from San Diego.
California, when he was sum
moned to his home in Detroit be
cause of the death of a member
of his family. This was the word
received in Salem last night by
local members of the order.
V.'.V? And :
Wyndham Standing -
'- - -.In - ...
"The Bride's Play"
Owing to a Current .umor
That we are soon to leave Sa
lem, I wish to state we shall re
main here indefinitely. We have
sold our residence, but we shall
soon take another apartment and
I shall remain in practice here.
Dr. W. L. Mercer. AdT.
PATRICK Mrs. Harriet M. Pat
rick, died at her home in New
berg Sunday at tbe age of 90
years. She is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Edith Bixby of
Newberg. Mrs. Hattle Gibson of
Salem and a son, Albert M. Pat
rick of Salem. The funeral will
be held from Zena today at 1
p. to. Rev. V. W. Long will
K am row to Portland-
Robert Kurarow, for a number
of years foreman of the inside
cabinet work for the Spaulding
mill, expects to leave with bis
family for Portland to accept the
foremanship of a wood novelty
shop that is to manufacture a
wide range of products. Mr. Kum
row has been one of the main
stays of Hal. Hibbard Camp, Unit
ed Spanish War veterans, and his
going will leave an appreciable
gap in the ranks of that order.
-v Hartnian't Glasses
$13 , Wear them and see
Easier and Better
Phone 1255. Salem, .Oregon
SAVE $; $ $
- . . . .
by buying . your hardware and
furniture at ; The Capital Hard
ware A Furniture Co., 283 No,
Commercial street. ' rhone 047.
Must Face Grand Jury
August Mueller of Silverton
was yesterday arrested by depu
ties from Sheriff Bowers' office
and arraigned in local justice
court on a charge of lewd and
lascivious cohabitation. He waiv
ed examination and was bound
over to await the action of the
Marion county grand Jury. Judge
G. E. Unruh set Mueller's bail at
3250. Mueller was lodged in the
Marion county jail upon failure
to provide bonds in the sum spe
Everybody kme .
At the O. A. C. Salem club
dance at the Elite hall -Wednes
day, night. Adv. '
MRS. MARTHA GRICE died three
miles northwest of Salem,
March 19 at the age of 0 years.
Funeral services will be held
at Webb & Clough chapel, Wed
nesday, March 22, at 2 p. m.
Burial will be at the City View
cemetery. She is survived by
her husband, L. Grice, and has
five daughters, Mrs. L. L. Can
noy of Salem. Mrs. James Best,
Mrs. Chas. Schwartz of Salem,
Mrs. Arba Martin of Aumsville,
Mrs. Robt. Adams of Salem and
the late Mrs. B. F. Edwards;
one son, Ammon, of Salem; six
grandchildren. She also has
three brothers In the east.
We pay highest price.
We bar and. sell everything
We sell fir least
15 Cemter St. Phone SOS
Prayers and Barefeet
W. L. Ford, 25, transient, be
lieves in going barefooted after
his . religion. Ford, who gives
Portland as his place of abode,
told officers yesterday that he
prayed -better with his shoes and
socks removed. He was arrested
by. Patrolman Walter Thompson
yesterday when he attracted at
tention , by selecting Bush's pas
ture as his pray ground. Apos
tolic Faith literature was carried
by Ford. He was released yes
terday, after promising to wear
shoes or carpet slippers, at least,
when he next indulges in out-of-
I door supplication.
CHARLES GROSSMAN died at
742 State street. March 18, at
the age of 72 years. Funeral
services will be held at Webb
& Clough chapel on Tuesday.
March 21 at 1:30 p. m. Rev
Kocber, minister. Burial mill
bo in tha City View cemetery
At the O. A. C. Salem club
danco at the Elite hall Wednes
day night. Adv.
MARTHA J. HARRIS died at the
Old People's Home in Salem,
March 20. at the age of 82
years. Funeral services will be
held In the Webb A Clough
chapel. March 21 at 10:30 a. tn.
Rev. T. Acheson officiating. In
terment will be in the Jason Lee
cemetery. She is survived by
three sons. Henry of Vancouver,
Wash.; Edw. B. of Winant. Or.,
and R. A. of Salem, Ore. Two
daughters, Mrs. M. Jones of
Lebanon, Ore., and Mrs. Martha
Shepherd of McMlnnville, Ore
will buy anything you have
Loganberry and hop wire
The House of. Half a Mil
lion and One Bargains'
402 N. Commercial SL
F. A. Elliott, state forester.
who has been in southern Califor
nia for two weeks for the bene
fit of his health, returned to a-
lem yesterday. . Mr. and Mrs.
Elliott motored' to California and
i return. . : ,
HAGEN At a local hospital.
March 19. S. L. Hagen, at the
age of 48 years. He is survived
by a wife, one daughter and two
sons. Funeral services were
held Monday at 10:30 a. m
from the Terwllliger home. Rev
Mr. Chapman officiating, with
burial in the I. O. o. F. ceme
At Lincoln school tonight. Ex
cellent program. .. Come. Adv.
will "not ''only reveal to
you the 'defects in your
vision but coupled with
our careful service will
show a means of correct
ing that defect; It takes
but a few; minutes and
think of the result good
-vision for the rest of
your days. lM ' -
Phone for appointment.
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' 204-211 Salem 'Bank' of
. Commerce Building
Oregon's Largest Optical.
Institution - -:
Phone lit tor appointment
- BALIS Al, ' uitnuun
Pool Again Drained
.When the boys went to the new
ly repaired Y. M. C. A. pool for
a swim and found it drained once
more, they were much disappoint
ed. The pool had been pretty
nearly filled, when it was, found
that one of the escape or drain
age valves must be repaired, and
so the water had to be let out
while this work was done. The
repairs were made Monday, and
the pool started the refilling. It
is , to be heated, perhaps by to
night, certainly by Wednesday,
and there is every hope that it
will be found to be in perfect or
der after its six of seven weeks
LENZ At her rate home near this
city March 19, Mrs. Ethel Lens
aged 25 years. The remains ac
companied by her sister, were
forwarded - by the Terwllliger
home to Stan wood. Wash
where, services will be held.
son, and P. Hetherton, were vis
itors in Salem yesterday. Mr. Fe
rtile spoke at the Commercial club
Charles R. Nesbitt of the Na
tional Bank of Commerce. New
York City, was in Salem yesterday
in the interests of the bank which
Judge Thomas A. McBride
spent the week-end in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Beatty of
Salem were in Portland yesterday.
Major Joseph V. Schur. United
States property and disbursing of
ficer for the Oregon national
guard, was here Monday.
Literary Man to Speak
W. W. Ellsworth, for more then
two decades with the editorial
staff of The Century Magazine,'
perhaps the oldest and most con
servative literary magasine in
America, is to speak to the stu
dents of Willamette. May 1, on
Forty Years of Publications."
The lecture is to be in the even
ing, and will be open to the pub
lic. This is counted as one of the
real literary events of the college
MARION R. H. Oliver, F. W.
WaitJ. B. Kisky. Mrs. E. L- Skog,
H. H. Sundberg. T. E. Pitts. EL
Kelly, G. W. Harrjngton, L. R.
Horning. F. T. Falco, W. H. Jen
kins. H. W. Dickinson. C. C. Hole,
J. D. Altmans. J. P. Burns, M. D.
Owen,. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Wag
ner, R. T .Iliners, A. G. Gohele. C.
P. Ross F. A. Shafer. D. R. Sho
maker, Hugo Kocbi. Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Bruin, John Surint. W. C.
Putman, J. A. Shawk. L. Lewis
ford, B. H. Barber! E. Hlnchey,
Vincent Smith, Win. Grant. J. A.
Nott, W. W. Andrew, F. N. Par
cens J. F. O'Neil, Portland; Har
ry R. HoganL R. A. Booth, Eu
gene; W. F. Barney, San Fran
cisco; F. E. Stewart, Los Angeles;
Mr. and Mrs. W. Hayden, Wenat
chee, Wn., J. M. . Lamb, Baker:
D. Winehilt Seattle; C. T. Cop
BLIGH G.' W. Hunter, Eu
gene: Violet E. Beck. Weed, Cal.;
W. M. Riley, Albany; Mr. and
Mrs. C. Bsrlae, Roseburg; J. Keis
ten. Valsetx; A. G. Rlalh, R. W.
Clark. E. W. Jones, F. W. Milne.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wilson, J. A.
Toiler, C. H. Bishop, J. W. Lun-
dyr J. M. Tracy, J. W .Collins.
Nora Miller, George A. Bush, J.
B. Mathews, Portland.
TERMINAL C. H. Ceil, M. C.
Fruit, Mrs. Grace Bell. Betty Noly,
Portland: G. A. Haiht, Monroe;
James W. Evans, J. A. Gass, Se
attle; A. E. Mendial, San Fran
Farrar Forfeits Ball
Jerry Farrar, said by police to
be employed at the state house,
yesterday forfeited $25 cash. bail,
deposited Sunday, when he failed
to appear in local poliee'court on
a charge of being intoxicated
Farrar was arrested late Satur
day night by Patrolmen George
and Elmer White. According to
officers, Farrar had imbibed' too
strongly of some strange liquor,
thought to be moonshine, and the
officers found him near to Chem-
eketa and Summer streets. Far
rar spent several hours in the lo
cal jail before friends could 'se
cure his release.
Rtaisberk Cac Postponed
The case of the state of Oregon
against Oliver Riessbeck was in
definitely postponed yesterday by
order of Judge G. E. Unruh, jus
tice of the peace. Riessbeck, who
is reported to be at liberty, is ac
cused of assaulting a farmer who
was passing through the city.
The farmer is only one of several
citizens who have beert attacked
by Riessbeck, according to the po
lice. Riessbeck has given the po
lice much trouble.
Oliver P. Killian of Newberg
yesterday reported to Salem police
that a Remington portable ' type
writer had been stolen from his
Newberg residence. The type
writer is valued at $60, and bears
factory number NS-10531.
PRESNALL Funeral services of
the late Ronald M. Pressnall
were held from the home of the
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Codding to 2111 Maple avenue,
Monday at 2:30 p. m. Rev. Mr.
Lee officiating, and burial was
In City View cemetery under di
rection of the Terwllliger home.
Dallas Woodmen Here
A number of uniformed Wood
men of the world from Dallas at-
SKILLMAN At the O. S. hos
pital March 19. M. SklUman at
the age of 76 years. The re
mains accompanied by tbe
brother were forwarded to
Portland by the Terwllliger
RIGDON & SON
,. Leading Morticians
Webb & Clough
. Leading Funeral '
: Directors .
DODGE At the residence, east ot
Tile Factory. March' 20th. Mrs.
Stellfc M. Dodge, age 50 years,
widow of the late Charles A.
Dodge, mother of the Misses
Wanda, Margaret and Marie
Dodge, Mrs. Altha Brown and
Louis Dodge all of Salem and
Mrs. Minnie West of Camas.
Wash. Funeral services will be
held Wednesday, March 22, at
2 o'clock from the Rigdon mor
tuary, concluding service City
RUTHERFORD At the residence
210 North Church street, March
20th, William A. Rutherford,
age 66 years, husband of NA J ice
Rutherford. Announcement of
funeral will be made later by
T. W. Gay of Eugene reported
to the police that a black leather
suitcase had been taken from-his
automobile while it was parked in
front of the Bligh hotel yester
day. The suitcase contained ar
tides of men's clothing, a No.
Brownie camera and a .22-calibre
Don Upjohn spent tbe week-end
in Portland returning to Salem
E. R. Durno was a visitor in Sa
lem Sunday. He was on his way
T. W. Ferguson of the indus
trial accident commission, re
turned Sunday from Portland
where he had been for a few days
E. E. Faville, editor of the
Western Farmer, Frank Ander-
charge which was filed against
Krietxer. Krietxer, when arrest
ed, was helpless from the effects
of the beverage in which he had
indulged, f He was lodged In the
city jaiL His bail was set . at $50.
but was later reduced to $25 by
Chief of Police Moffitt.
Both young men are from
"We wiU be expelled it the Co
lumbia school officials learn of
this stunt," said Ferrey. "We
thought the Salem cops would not
be as hard-boiled as the Portland
bulls, but nobody will listen to
WASHINGTON, March 18.
Enemy aliens who served with the
United State daring the world
war are entitled to the benefits
of the war risk insurance act
under a recent interpretation of
the act by the veterans' bureau,
according to instructions issued
today by Director Forbes.
ACID III STQ1CH
E BLED Bl
Miss Grace Smith Repre
sents State in Action by
SOURS THE FOOD
Says Excess of Hydrochloric Acid
Is Cause of Indigestion
This Man Was Ttealco
John Grab, 2539 Jackson Ave.,
New Orleans, La., writ83: "My
kidneys were weak and bad a
soreness and dull pain across my
back. I felt dull and languid
and my kidneys didn't act right.
began taking Foley Kidney Pills
and they soon put my kidneys in
a sound healthy condition." Fo
ley Kidney Tills help the kidneys
rid the system of acds and waste
that cause lameness, backache.
sore muscles, swollen joints and
rheumatic pains. Tonic in effect.
quick In action. Sold everywhere
Portland Students Held
Here on Liquor Charges
A well-known authority states
that stomach trouble and indiges
tion are nearly always due to acid
ity acid stomach and not, as
most folks believe, from a lack ot
digestive juices. He states that an
excess ot hydrochloric acid in the
stomach retards digestion and
starts food fermentation, then our
meals sour like garbage in a can,
forming acrid fluids and gases
which Inflate the stomach like a
toy balloon. We then get that
heaTy. lumpy feeling in the chest,
we eructate sour food belch gas
or have heartburn, flatulence,
waterbrash, or nausea.
Ho tells us to lay aside all di
gestive acids and instead, get from
any pharmacy four Ounces of Jad
Salts and take a tablespoonful in
a glass of water before breakfast
while it is effervescing, and fur'
thermore. to continue this for one
week. While relief follows the
first dose, it is important to neu
tralize the acidity, remove the gas-
making mass, start the liver,
stimulate the kidneys and ' thus
promote a free flow of pure di
Jad Salts Is inexpensive and is
made from the acid of grapes and
lemon juice, combined with lithia
and sodium phosphate. This
harmless salts is used by thous
ends ot people for stomach trouble
with excellent results. Adv.
Grace C Smith, assistant attor
ney general ot Oregon, Saturday
scored a neat victory in depart
ment No. S. Marion eoanty circuit
court, when she succeeded In rip
ping a few holes in the arguments
of opposina counsel during the
hearing ot the Camas Stag com
pany against Sam Koter, secretary
of state. Judge George Q. Bing
The action is a test case tiled
by the stage company as a protest
against the state'a action in de
manding that the stage company's
cars be registered and licensed un
der the Oregon law. The company
is Incorporated under the' Wash
ington law and paid Washington
license fees and insurance fee
amounting to $6,384.05 during
the year 1921, it is claimed.
Miss Smith, in her argument.
contended that the court nad no
jurisdiction In the case. In a brief
previously filed, she set forth that
the stage company was transact
ing business in Oregon as a com
mon carrier, and that It was sub
ject to Oregon motor vehicle reg
At the close ot the hearing. At
torney Fran E. Swope, represent
ing the stage company, asked for
10 days in which to file an amend
ed complaint. This was granted
by Gudge Gingham. The hearins
of the Use 1U Vprobably be re
sumed March 2S. .. . ..
Ernest Biue Publisher
Of Alaska Newspap
The first Issue ot the Ketchikan
Daily News, a new publication at
Ketchikan. Alaska, has been re-r
celved by The Statesman. The p
business manager ot the paper U
Ernest Blue, former Salem at-
torney, who left here about six
years ago tor Alaska. J. E. Rlv
ard Is editor. The newspaper 1
an eight-page, six-column publica
tion, bristling with sews and tail
ot advertising. t
William Krietxer. 18, student of
Columbia university, Portland,
failed to take Salem's police into
consideration Saturday night,
when he came to this city and ac
quired a load ot moonshine liquor.
He forfeited $25 cash bail when
he failed to appear in police court
Krietxer and a companion,
George Ferrey, 19, were taken in
to custody by Patrolman George
White. Ferrey, admitted that he
'had had a little," but he remain
ed sober enough to avoid the
Pure CANE Berry Sugar,
100 lbs.. $6.14
Sugar is advancing rapidly.
Per box ?2.45
9 lb. pail...: $1.69
3 lb. pail 59c
Our supply at this is almost
Nevvy. are the
Spark Plugn of
it takes health
tn furnish the
by O. L.
Jfl Q U A L I T Y f
i, I dLftr af ttr
I ? which remember f
' I Olympio Cereals f
I are made la the
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v and Her Own Company
in a One-Act Sketch, "Their Wedding Night
When the Visiting
Norse Comes Around
When the visiting nurse '
cornea around and after
making the usual tests finds
your child is underweight,
you readily agree to make
the diet changes suggested
for you are anxious to have
the youngster go through
life up to par physically and
But quite often a child's
failure to make his normal
weight is due to other things
than diet. Sometimes the
stomach is all right, but the
liver is inactive. An inactive
liver Is quite often the real
cause of stomach disorder,
indigestion, headaches, nau
sea! . etc To restore 100
nerve energy to the sluggish
liver by chiropractic spinal
adjustments is sure to quick
en its energies.
Chiropractic spinal adjust
ments are restoring the con
ditions of health in disease
ot the eyes, ears, nose,
throat, lungs, heart, stom
ach, pancreas, kidneys, liver
and lower organs of the
FOR YOUR HKALTH
Yon can make an appoint
ment for your health's sake
by telephoning 87.
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For instance, HOOSIER is the
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at ' ''
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