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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 3 1922
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Cecelia Ilendrickson and Louise
Lucas, of Salem, started . at -8
o'clock yesterday morning on a
bike to Portland, to visit friends
there. They will be back the mid
dle of next week. ' The young wo
men will get some good exercise.
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vice, no deterioration. Adr,
ent. Public cordially Invited. "iCtf to Rotary Oovetlo
I Adr, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Gueffroy
and Mrs. C. P. Bishop expect to
Speeder Pays Fine- I leave today on the 12:50 special
I s Ira RorUr nf rnnt rnnntT vm. I Rotarlui train for Los Angtles
Farrar to Get Pointers : !... .i.t - t iu t 1.1 I .tnH iho vrcat Rntarian con-
. Jvn LFmrrair Postmaster-elect jJustlce court after pleading guilty Uentlon. The convention Itself
for the Salem postoffice .has re- to a charge of speeding filed opens on Monday, the morning
to report to thela.in., vim k c. .rn nf. I avrtv ihore nd is to last
cer D. M. Brown. I for four days. The Salem visitors
are to meet C. P. Bishop mere.
Don't Fall to Hear who is returning ny the bourne
Th Svpn Sfrenariers thelvnnto frnm a hnslneas trip to the
ernment stated it, but it is the I Wonderf ul orchestra tonight at east. He and Mr. Gueffroy are
Dreamland Adv. the local delestes o the conven
tion. The Bishops wfii visit in
Will Secure. Mirror California until near the last or
'P! rtloVann 1 Aw.1 trn.V rlr I T- TVio ftfieffrOYS will alSO
. . - . . - I .-.", ... - . w t wt "
.iruC,Ur. WPM, ue w0ra wouj T1, . . w track. ,is)t at Lone Beach. San wego
Dickson paid a fine of $15 in
Portland postmaster, on June 9
for two days Instruction in the
gentle art of being-a postmaster.
That isn't exactly the way the gov
substance of the order. The ser
vice is growing so rapidly In Its
scope and efficiency, that the men
in big positions are being used as
instructors to pass the word along
down the line. Mr. Farrar sent in
Good Business Done at Sa
lem Postoffice During
Month Just Closed
Freeman Will Speak
D. C. Freeman, representing the
Associated Industries ot Oregon, 1 nto Racca
loJ.!r,J2T " urdar. June I, 5
- -n.i ..in .v- tte fair grounds
aso urn ko svw-s uim.uvvu f,w Ta11a AA
the summer, and It's roin to be uray ueue AaT
cool enough and enjoyable enough
.that not even a dyspeptic or a
his official bond some time .ago. Jndge cmrt yesteday at
nuu uc CAct ko iuai win uo ui-
dered to take charge ot the Sa
lem office at the beginning ot the
next quarter, July 1.
ter being booked for driving with
out a mirror.
p. m., at
They Are Coming Back
The Seven Serenaders to
Dreamland rink tonight. Adv.
San Francisco, and win mae a
three weeks stay in the Sunset
The Bone Shop-
la coming. Adv. s.
When Buying GaaoTJne
Remember you can keep one-
third of the price in your pocket
Grand standi Dealer Pays Fine
and box seats on sale now at the I jdee Unruh has cleared bis K- in.,iiinr an Air Eater.
docket of the case ot Loo M. ct,ta an N. Canltol. 421
Tent, Portland oyster dealer who commercial, or phone' C. J. Olm
Family tn Distress I faced two trials in Justice court stead. 645W. Adv.
A woman with three children Ion charges ot selling oysters con
the May receipt at the Salem
postoffice were next to th? high
est of all months tn the history
of the office. Last December,
with all its prosperity holiday bus
iness, totalled $17,987.62. The
May total was $16.247. 4i, divided
into $10,930.24 for stamps, $514.
67 for second class entries, and
$4,802.20 for third class matter.
The third class matter is such
as is mailed under permit, and
checked up by weight instead of
having stamps affixed to each par
Election Builds It Up
PAPOOSE DOG BAG THE LATEST
itUlU VI I no (VUb vau caaavra la w at 1
stay away. Mr.Freeman Is tolad practically nothing to eat Inltaining too liberal a quantity xwo Licenses Issued
tirin hont rtrht other Oreton the house except what the neigh-1 water. A Jury had rouna ieni
mnnnrartnrlnir hnnter with him. I borsgive them, was a case report-1 guilty of the charge
I ed to Dr. H. E. Morris of the As- I found not guilty of
This year it was the mailing ol
Ruth Wallace, deputy coumy me siaie election pampmeis uu
He was I clerk ye8terday Issued marriage supplies that ran the totals away
l second ' . t ooiem couples, up. The tabulated record tor the
d they expect to bring a vivid sociated Charities last night. Dr. charge by nother Jury after j fc 1Icense waa made out to past 12 years can be examined and
inin tn tia I Morris hODes that helo will be vol-1 hrwine that ms corapauj i., ikn. r.-iarmaciat. ijjhb u rece.pu snow
Webfoot state when it. comes to unteered for the family by Salem Lot opened cans of oysters - Sal,naTr gtreet, and Gladys Smith are always from 15 to 50 per cent
making things , and saving the rous this - morning. witn noir0lved in tne seconu cu.6.
freight both ways. . ' I money in the treasury and still I was fined $20 ana costs
$20 worth ot bills outstanding.
Vacation time Is harvest time for 8uch he,p 19 a11 tnat can 1)6 giTen- Chicken Pie Supper
Vacation lime la Barvest time ior amount ot outstanding bills At the Scandinavian M. L
BURGLARS (has been reduced to $20 through I church. 15th and Mill Sts.. JJ" J fourtn Btreet.
" Residence burglary Insurance is I cash contributions of local per- evening from 5 to 8 o'clock. Price I
Inexpensive. See . I sons. Five dollars was received I 50c. Also hand made articles ano
Seavey-Bell Insurance Agency I yesterday by Dr. Morris toward 1 candy for sale. Adv.
412 Oregon Bldg.' Telephone 6T the general fund. Dr. Morris'
phone number is 239. I Songbirds Killed
of 461 High street, ooosawpc..
The second certificate was ap
plied for by Maurice w.
salesman. Salem route. 3 and Myr-
Uohins and songbirds had been
knid recently by Q. A. Miller of
Wear them and lee Hrneas. saddlery, puttees. F. 260 Marion reet, accorcing to
larger than the adjoining months,
becaust of the May mailing ot
Assistant Postmaster John Far.
rer, who will become postmaster
in the near future, probably about
the first of July, has kept a priv-
ameu . i - i trrr, nf vmn
.....lanMii waitresses i -w . . e '"fe j
1 on-, that shows many interesting
Once. urj f, cihor
: iP&d ?k .
mails. The carriers table? w
remain where, they now ars, la the
old main building, though allVUt
have mock more ax.d better room,
for vrorkingv ;-V': : .
Winifred Moore Dies Here.
V After Lingering Illness
Winifred Moore, ago yearn.
died Friday afternoon at his
home. 40 South Twenty-third
street, Salem, after a long illness.
He leaves his wldQtr and two
sons. Winifred, Jr.. and Wallace;
his father. Franklin Moore; two
sisters, Mrs. Richard Kevbee of
Wichita Kansas, and ' Caroline
Miser, Poughkeepsie. N. T.; and
a brother, Wallace Moore of No
blesvine, Ind... Tha , family came
to Salem about year ago from
Brownsville, Or:lle was a mem
ber of ' the Odd Fellows lodge,
which, will Vave5chara of the fun
eral services,, though the date la
not yet announced, The body Is
t Webb ft Clough's.
- I 1921, had only $8,566.60
I I receipts, while September,
. showed $13,328.43, no previous
Phone 1255. Salem, Oregon case Appealed
r Rhnllbere or isew i oyu.. v
ars mTesn6 . Tisiting in Ssaiem ai i i uwu nuui ...
the report that Mr. Miner naa . tlme Mr. shellberg for- creasing tign res juiy iszu. naa
Deen shooting law-protected birds SVelun Salem, returning at $13,977.75 or $4 000 mora han
. i.jtMP wan nna Rt I . ... t .inlwoa I env nthAr Jnlv hPfnro nr Since.
The case of the state against J. but reportea - thl8 time or a visit wun Lml, io. had onlV .4.-
. i. Tinm nr cncu. i . a ri a i -"
" B'W": T-L W" 1 "1 l.r" v.."aTu. state leader of boys 253.03; the next
tne circuit urM u - : Jnvit r ' .Mv .ih is in brought in $10,149,57. with no
assault wun a aeaaiy weapon turi ur. anu . . i uu ." .-. iv
JZune Arehle Lewis, a special The public to visit the iris gar- Judge ColT,g wa8 here yester- election n B,ght
h tMTtns? tout hardware and I ouicer, waa yeausruay viioieu Utu w - I '
f nrnltuxe at Tbe Capital Hard- the supreme court. Officers were eta, Saturday, irom o w " '
There are dull days in the of
Camefshalr Dobbins, the aft
eriUc, baa erIUclsed my ' pictures
unmercifully. ; 1K
Dauber Oh, don't take any no
tice of that fellow; he has no
Ideas ot h's own be only reta
like a parrot what everybody elae
Is saying. London Opinion. -: -
Blanche Mehafrev and her pet dog. -Faddy." in his new Quarters.
Th "naose" bag. similar to the method squaws us. in carrying
7, !Sr8lnow seen quite often. The little fellows get he all
ud ! cKcrieS T Quite comfortably every place their miatresse. cart
to take them. .
fice, dull weeks, months, years;
when the people Just naturally
stop using the postoffice. The
number at daily callers may vary
as much as several hundred per
cent, with no apparent reason.
While the actual volume of busi
ness shows a rather steady In
crease based almost directly on
the Increase of population the
actual number of postoffice call
ers has no rule for its computa
tion they come or they ' don't
come, and nobody knows why.
Come Many Ways
Only about 10 per cent of all
the office mail la put in the drop
boxes in the lobby. The rest
comes in by carrier collection, or
is brought to the back door b
the larger business houses. The
new annex, that will be ready for
use within the next two or three
weeks, is to be used entirely, for
receiving and sorting the mail
ready for the. carriers, the various
windows and for the outside
: drome y
"Mr. Fix ltM
Free 4 andy
for the chil
Sat: - San.
wan Furniture Co, S8S No,
Oonanaerelal street. Phono 047.
in the act of arresting Brown for and Sunday afternoon and eve- . 0J ARRIVALS
violation of the prohibition law! sing- Adv. IV . n
when he shot Lewis.
WILL ROGERS ""
- In "
One Glorious Day"
Catalog on application.
Society To Give Farewell
The Young Peoples Society ot
St. Paul's church will entertain
j i -
1 . '"i
MARION J. J. Mcall, C.
DrOWU U HUU!Ul.cv WW B,sllVe8E BMCDI iUTiin" -t' I uvisui - -
five years in the penitentiary, but church. Alexander Hawthorne, i Akin j. v. Adams, J. w. l-obk,
pending appeal, he was released pMtor Services Sunday, Jane 4. 1 L w Henderson, L. A. Means. A.
under bonds of $2500. Sunday school 10 a. m.. Matt. A. I w Qi8er. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bep-
Goodspeed, supet?iundent. ut. der R. w. SUngerland, k. uua-
TamI ituakt ICE. Powell will prencu . i long, n. c --v -
Get them at The Statesman ot-1 m., suDjeci, aac.iL.t. " "
Epworth league aevotioaai mc- roruana; n. wneeier, . y.
Ing at 7 P. m. Evangelistic ser- wheeler, Tacoma; L. J. Allen,
vice 8 p. m. Sermon by Dr. Pow- Corvallis; Gus Damay, Seattle;' J.
ell. "Subject "The Ultimate c Hartman, Los Angeles; C'V.
Question. ' I Pedgeon, Minneapolis; aneuin,
Liberty; mo.; Mrs. suas spruua,
I .... a. i . Ct I T A.0.T-a. T Ciavirt n HODO.
this evening with a fareweU party lpuai ice -- . ? ' V 5 n Stnrela
for Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Franklin. The purity of our ice Is In Us Schellberg. N Y J. D. Sturjla.
The affair will be given at the manufacture. Visit our plant. Berkeley, J
home of Miss Bruce Putnam; Lin- Phone 280. Adv. gene; Mr. and Mrs John Hamp-
coln and Rock streets. Mr: and Uau a T nr.Mn L A
Mrs. Franklin are leaving early County Has Permit BLIGH A. C. Brackin, L. A.
in the week for Pittsburgh where An order ot the public ser-rfce Steney Anson M. Potter Port
Mr. Franklin will be associated commission. issued yesterday, land; A. P, Humons Sublimity.
-J: J! .-- I,,, to th Lan county court M. J. Kelsey, Reedsport; Harry R.
bridge inspector in the state high- authority to construct a crossing Wiley, Lebanon; O . D. NordlandJ
way department and his new work at grade over the Southern Pacif- Tacoma; V. A. Davie . San Djego.
v. i.. n h9S t tracks t Rickett's crossing a G. N. Van Tassel, Willamina; A.
" " I I .J,. . T7. T T...1.
mile north ot creswen. An r k. oBnnway, aimuu, lusaw,
Tn-tiA for nnthoritv to .-on- Dufur: E. S, Ingals, Lexington,
struct a similar crossing at' a point I Ky.; Alex Beavais, Chemawa.
two miles north of Creswcll is de
nied. I Good Help In Summer
Indigestion causes worry, ner-
An Even Thirty Articles Here Listed
FOR SATURDAY'S SELUNG
TT O .
IL ILUli It li 11. IL IU1 li k
been doing in Salem.
Honey, to Lend
Elmo S. White, lawyer, 402 Ma
sonic bnildlng. Adv.
Dies In California-
Capital Ice & Cold Storage Co. I vousness. sick headache, bilious-
i - - . . . i
Our nure crystal Ice manuiac- I ness, coated tongue, baa Dream,
John Pennybacker, formerly of I t)Bred b latest nygenlc maChln- hloatlng, gas, consUpation and
- Today '
Salem, died ia Modesto, Cal., May
30, according to word received by
friends in Satem. Mr. Pennyback-
er was well known In Salem and
was formerly foreman of Hanson's
Sash & Door factory here.'
ery. Phone 280. Adr.
$800 to Lend
Elmo S. White, attorney. 402
Masonic Bldg. Adv. .
constant distress. Henry U.
Thorne, 1002 Harrison Ave.. Bos-
Two AccldcnU Fatal- ton, Mass., writes: "Since taking
Two fatal accidents out of a to-1 Foley Cathartic Tablets I feel
tal ot 466 industrial casualties I fine." They cleanse the bowels,
were reported to the state Indus-1 sweeten the stomach and invigor-
trial accident commission for the ate the liver. Cause no pain, no I
week ending June 1. The fatal I nausea. Not habit forming just
cases were: Walter Wheeler, hood a good, wholesome physic. Sold
tender of Kirby. and Alfred H. everywhere. Adv.
Mueller, timber worker of Nehal-
$18.50 Reed Sulky, rubber
$2.50 Hardwood Dining
Indian Boy Scouts Deserving
There are 80 P.oy Sduts at the
Salem Indian training school at
Chemawa. Thy are said to be
the only Indian Boy S-cnt troops
in the world. They are guided in
their work , by Scou tasters R. G.
Henderson. George W. Bent and
Wallace Bee oe. Tbo splendid
training of theso Indian Boy
Scouts was shown during com
mencement time at the school.
They,saw to tho ptrking of cars
and the handling of crowds in a
most efficient manner, and they
.rv r. tn .. .aint Bookkeeping by Hour
em. Of the total nnmoer or ac
cidents reoorted 441 were sub
ject to the provisions of the work
men's compensation law, 13 were
from firms and corporations that
have elected to come under the
act, and 12 were from public util
ity corporations not subject to
Fire Under Control in
Timbers at Silvertort
SILVERTON, Ore., June 2.
(Special to The Statesman)
Fifty men were sent from the Sil
ver Fatls Timber company mill
last night to fight the fire which
had gained serious headway In
Capital Ire & Cold Storage Co. tne slashings of the logging I
Our crystal ice Is pure ice. Ourcan,P reportea this morning that
customers never chance. Phonollne nre w under control and
$16.50 Solid Oak Library
$i4.75 Ivory Enamel Baby
$6.00 Woven Fabric Ham
$16.00 Metal Lined Refrig
Demands r prompt ; atten-.
tion to any defect in your
eyesight. "Small hins ouen
prove great mountains.'
r An examination today will
reveal the true condition oi
OPTICAL CO, !
204-211 Salem Bank of
Commerce Building :
Oregon's' Largest Optical
Institution ! 1
Phone 239 for appointment
SALEM, OREO ON
anything being dlUurbed. In
short they acted the part of good
Boy Scouts, right up to the last
requirement. There can vbe no
question concerning the valuo of
the training these Indian boys are
charges. Phone 209 SR. Adv.
Mrs. Brooks Recovering .
Mrs. M. E. Brooks who has
been, sick for four weeks, from aj
rolirl .. maml ora f , that I jreiMWU uui ibicis
. e " - l, K.t- m-A M
Card of Thanks
We wish to express our thanks P"1 Storage Co-
to our friends tor their sympathy
Pure transparent Ice. Prompt i
expressed by words and flowers residence deliveries. Phone 280.
In the recent Illness and death of I aT
nnr dearly 1ota1 hnaha.nd and hro.
rJSfw? J0Me' Rtlu r Herbert ' : f'Jl
not much damage done. The log-!
ging operations will be resumed
Saturday, it is thought.
PATTERSON In this city, June
2, Frank C. Patterson, age St
years, resident of Twin Falls; i
Idaho, husband ot Marie PaU
terson, father of Forbes Pat
terson of Twin Falls: also sur
vived by eight brothers, among
whom are Senator I. L. Patter-1
eon of Eola and W. H. Patter
son of this city.
Sewices will be held his (Sat
urday) morning at 8 o'clock from
the Catholic church, concluding
$23.50 Mahogany Tea Wag
$7.00 Hardwood Containers
25c Golden Star Polish
! Bliss Gruenf elder Improves
Mia Plnra CrriAnfpldAr 1 6.
V. WW BWSW ,W. WW VMM "J I . M ... " . 1
Kher brother-In-laW Wednesday resiaem naa repgnea ine
; night, Is much improved, accord- haTtng oeen aoanaoneo a
lng to reports last night from ,
wm.m.tt. ftntoriiim.: Her The bicycle was brought to th
assailant. John Bangert. 27, later Ution where Dyer claimed It.
committed suicide.', I " .
Flans ueveiopea J roe
. win present ptipHb In recitals
June 6 and 7 at the First Chris- A. Classified AO , -
tlan church assisted by local tal-l WXU onng you a ouyer,..
Dyer of 142 Court street reported ( Independence at o clock. The
to the police that his bicycle had ner.i cortege wu l"
been v atolen from a down town don mortuary about 1:45 p. m.
a North Salem
$2.25 White Canvas Ham
Webb & Clougb
$31.00 Lloyd's Reed Baby
Trun ks, Bags and
$5.00 Green Felt Folding
ablcs :.. - - -r
$280 Copper Trimmed Ce
dar Chest : J
Vacation Season is Approaching See Our Immense
Line of Luggage
$7.25 18 in. Bag $4.93
$13.00 18 in. Bag 8.50
$15.00 18 in. Bag 9.50
$24.00 18 in. Bag 19.50
$17.00 Steamer Trunk $13.60
$15.00 Metal Trunk........ 12.00
$22.00 Metal Trunk........ 17.00
$45.00 Round Corner
Sundawn Drapery, full line of
colors. Values to $1.40, Spe
cial for this sah
$60.00 Opal Range......$51.50
$75.00 Opal Range 65.00
$85.00 Marvel Range.... 79.50
$125.00 Opal Enamel .
Range : ..105.00
In Old Hickory and Grass Chairs and Tables
$7.50 Old Hickory Chairs $4.75
$9.50 Grass Arm Chair 9.25,
$12.00 Grass Rocker . 9.25
$14.00 Grass Rocker 10.75
$21.50 Old Hickory
4 Table...; . .....$12.75
$14.50 Grass Table... 9.75
$25.00 Wicker Table.... 19.00
$16.00 Wicker Settee .... 12.50
$15.00 Solid Oak Tables $12.75
$21.00 Solid Oak Tables 17.85
$25.00 Solid Oak Tables 21.25
$29.50 Quartered Oak
Tables , ...:. 245
$35.00 Quartered Oak
Floor Size Rugs
$16.50 Wool Fibre 9x12 $11.75
$32.00 Navajo Rug 26.75
$35.00, Tapestry Bros-,
rp! 9t12 240
$40.00 Axminister 9x12 27.00
$45.00 Wilton Brussels
: 912 - ' 320
$9.00 White Ivory Medicine
Chest -A;-'':-' '---'v.
$10.50 Ivory ' Enamel Steel
Beds , ; .
$6.50 ' Cotton Combination
$26.50 Craft covered Firer
side Rocker v-, J ' "
$32 Ivory Enamel Dreiser
$7.00 Heavy All Steel Bed
90c Genuine Gold Seal Lino
$7.50 Solid Seat Oak Arm
20c Heavy Barrel Tumblers
$3.75 Mahogany Smoking
For Today and
: AU Next Week
C. S. Hamilton
Salem's Big. '
Furniture i Sterol