The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 30, 1922, Page 5, Image 5

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Saturday morning, September so, 1922
prisoners, In custody of officers,
will leave for the south today.
Panco Armory Tonight
Prize for fox trot for ladies.
Taken Into Wilderness
TTiurwlay night two sophomores--
of Willamette university, Clarence
Oliver and Richard Briggs, were
seized by a group of freshman
and taken to the Jink's farm, 12
miles from Salem, Her Oliver
and Briggs were separated from
each other and Briggs was Wind
folded and taken one mile farther
down ,the road. Both were left to
make their way back to the camp
us on their own power. Friday
coon at the edge of Mill creek a
group of upper classmen watched
Paul Buckley, "Ward Southworth,
Chaffer, and George Clarke take
a plunge. Buckley was prepared,
for he had worn a bathing suit
to classes underneath his civilian
garb. It seems that justice was
rendered by the vlg committee,
and Brings and Oliver were given
redress for the indignities suf
fered at the hands of the fresh
Don't Fail to Visit
Our exchange department goods
slightly used, half of I.- C. S.
Hamilton, Good Furniture. Adv.
Experienced Waitresses Wanted
At The Gray Belle. Adv.
I.lralition Granted
Extradition papers were grant
ed by Governor Olcott yesterday
for the return to California of
Robert Kizer and Morte Swift.
Kizer is wanted at Vallejo for
the embezzlement of $325, while
Swift is wanted at Santa Cruz for
wife desertion. Kizer is in Jail
in Klamath Falls, while Swift is
under arrest in Portland. The
franco. Cole McF.lroy's Orchestra.
Every afternoon and night at
fair grounds. Adv.
Dance, Cole McElroy Orchestra
Every afternoon and night at
fair grounds. Adv.
Sunday S hool Hour Changed
The Sunday school of the West
Salem Methodist chnrch will meet
at 9:45 a. m. instead of 10:30.
There "will be preaching tomor
row at 11 a. m. and 7:30 P. m.
Epworth league will meet at 6:30 '
p. m. The public is cordially in
vited to all of these meetings.
Will Speak In Portland
Dr. Carl Gregg Doney, presi
dent of Willamette university,
will fill the pulpit of the First
Methodist Episcopal church of
Portland Sunday ra,orn'ug. In
the afternoon he will address an
assembly at the Portland Y. M.
C. A. and plan on returning to
Salem during the evening.
Dance Amiory Tonitht
Prize for fox trot for ladies.
We Have Everything
For the home in our exchange
department, half off. C. S. Hamil
ton, Good Furniture. Adv.
Matinee Only
"The Masquerader"
James Oliver Curwood's
"Valley of Silent Men"
Last Times Today
Round 5
"Hie Leather Pushers"
'Trooper O'NeiT
With -Chas.
( Buck y Jones
A Film Sensation ?
Pauline Frederick
"Madame X"
Missionary- to Speak
Miss Bertha Mangis, a returned
missionary from the orient, will
talk at the Auburn school house
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Miss Mildred Palmer
Representing the Gene Palmer
Co., of Portland, is demonstrat
ing the merits of Oregon made
toiletries at Millers' store th's
week. Miss Gliver's deft hand
demonstrates the peerless quali
ties of these Oregon made prod
ucts, face creams, powders,
rouge, etc., and shows many new
methods of caring for and improv
ing the complexion. See her to
day Adv.
ploye. Of the total number im
ported 494 were subject to the
provisions of the compensation
act, 55 were from firms and cor
porations that have rejected the
provisions of the compensation,
act, one of this number not being
an employe, and 11 .were tron
public utility corporations- not
subject to the provisions of the
compensation act, two of this
number not being employes.
Legal Blanks
Cet them at The Statesman of
fice. Catalog on application.
Leaves With Prisoners
Sheriff Ellingsea left yester
day for Coquille with C. L. O'
Brien, Theodore Pullin and Mrs.
Pullin; arrested here a few days
ago on warrants from Coos coun
ty. The men are charged with
larceny and the woman with hav
ing stolen goods in her possession.
Dance Armory Tonight
Prize for fox trot for ladies.
Don't Fail to Visit
Our exchange department goods
slightly used, half off. C. S.
Hamilton, Good Furniture. Adv.
The t Statesman camera will call td make their
monthly collections today. ! . !
Your newspaper boy is just starting in business
for himself. This is his first effort to learn business
and his success or failure depends to a considerable
extent on your good will and cooperation. A pleasant
smile and a cheery word will encourage your boy and
help him make a success of this, his first venture
in business life. He will appreciate it and show his
good will in any.: way he can.
; It. your subscription is already paid, ignore this
; notice; and', accept our thank3.
liocal Couple Wed
Miss Winifred Reeves was mar
ried Thursday morning to Louis
P. KHngele, Rev. R. L. Putman
officiating. A small group of close
friends and relatives was present
at the marriage service.
Dr. Hlner, Foot Speclalist
322 State St., phone 957.
Harold Lloyd
"Grandma's Boy"
Katherine MacDonald
"The Beautiful Liar"
279 p. m.
i And the small profits we charge is what is drawing the
crowds to our market. We are simply retailing these
choice meats at wholesale prices.
For Saturday we offer
Beet to Boil
5c lb.
10 c lb. BOYS WANTED
Beef Roasts
10c lb.
' Freshly Ground
3 lbs. 25c
Round Steak
15c lb.
Freshly Ground
10c lb.
An extra choice lot of fancy gram fed pig pork
Leg Pork Roast
' Center Cuts
23c lb.
Pork Steak
20c lb.
FRESH SALMON (Whole Fish) 11c lb.
Eastern and Olympia Oysters, Littleneck Clams,
Butter Clams, Etc
Armour's Star, Swift's
Premium Hams
29 c lb.
Originators ol Low Prices
351 State Street
Capital Junk
All kinds of junk and
second-hand goods. "We
pay full value.
215 Center Street
Phone 398
To Carry Morning
Splendid opportunity
to make some money
while attending school
Apply Circulation Man
ager, Oregon Statesman.
School Begins
Monday morning the kid
dies wll trudge off to school
for the first day of a long
season of continuous indoor
work work which will tax
their eyes heavily day after
day and week after week.
your youngster is starting
off without the terrific hand
icap of impaired vision.
Would it not be wise tonake
sure, to take no Chances.
Phone us for an appointment
orncAL oo.
101-5 Oregon Bldg.
Oregon's Largest Optical
Phone 239 for appointment
Dr. Edward, to Assist
Dr. Charles Edwards. Ashland,
Or., is to assist in the Willamette
forward movement to raise $1,-
30,000, of which SI, 000. 000 will
be used for an endowment, $50,
000 for additional buildings for
Willamette university, and $200.-
00 for operating expenses until
the endowment is paid. He will
also care for the northwest con
ference endowment. Dr. Edwards
ill make his home at Salem in
the immediate future.
Experienced Waitresses Wanred
At The Gray Belle. Adv.
Two Accidents Fatal
During- the week ending Sep
tember 28, inclusive, there were
eported to the state industrial
accident commiss'on 560 acci-
ent3, there being two fatalities.
Following are the names, address
ee and occupations of the fatal-
injured workmen: Tom Mon-
toye. Lakeview, sheepherder; G.
Sachs, Eugene, woolen mill
DIED s . .
WHITE W. W. White died at
his residence at Enterprise, Or..
Sept. 28, at the age of 80 years.
Besides his wife he leaves two
sisters, MfST"w. C. Kantner of
Salem and Mra. F. C. Starbuck
of Portland, and one brother,
Mallard F. The body will ar
rive in Salem Sunday morning.
Funeral services will be held
from the church at Zena Sun
day at 2 p. m. Webb & Clough
in charge of arrangements.
Shortage of Employment
Is a by-gtine phrase. The
shortage today i3 for trained help.
Start a course at the Capital Bus
iness college, October 2, and be
prepared to cut down th's short
age. Adv.
Little Confusion to Be Ex
perienced in Beginning
New Year of Work
Established 1S63
General Banking Business
Office Hoars from 10 a, m. to 3 p. m.
Files for Citizenship
Richard Frank Berg, local far
mer, yesterday filed application
papers for naturalization. He Is
a native of Austria.
Chiropractor, Dr. Lena A. Boone
475 S. Commercial. Hours 10
to 12; 1 to 5. Phone 1415. Adv.
Wife Asks Divorce
A suit was filed yesterday by
race Hall vs. George L. Hall.
Sr. She asks for a decree of di
vorce, charging her husband with
cruelty. They were married on
December 7, 1920, in Yakima.
Experienced Waltrt-sses Wanted
At The Gray Belle. Adv.
Two License Given
Marriage licenses were issued
yesterday to George Daggett and
Pauline Gardner; Harry W. Nor
man and Minnie Lenz.
We Have Everything
For the home in our exchange
department, half off. C. S. Hamil
ton, Good Furniture. Adv.
BIGLER 'Katherine
at her residence.
Fifth street, Sept.
age of 59 years.
Bigler died
1820 North
28, atfjtbe
She leaves
Accused Man Removed
Charles H. W'heatcraft, auto
salesman, arrested here a few
days ago on a warrant from Wil
lows, Cal., charging larceny, was
taken to the southern city yester
day by a deputy sheriff of San
Diego county.
her husband, Fred Bigler of
Salem, three sons. Otis of As
toria, Harry of Seaside, Earl
of Salem. , Four daughters,
Mrs. Eva Martin of Priest Riv
er, Idaho, Mrs. Befesie Gasser
of Salem, Mrs. Lettie Holt of
Portland, Miss Mennetta Bigler
of Salem. The funeral services
will be held from the Webb &
Clough chapel Saturday at 10
a, m.. Rev. Mr. Gillespie offici
ating. Interment in I O. O. F.
Bed Springs, Mattresses-
Rockers, couches, stoves, cnairs
tables, bookcases, davenports, etc.
half off; slightly used. C. S. Ham
ilton, Good Furniture. Adv.
Wants Farm Name
John W. Plank, who owns a
farm near Saleni. yesterday ap
plied for a permit to register his
farm under the name or Waldo
Hills Orchard.
Dance, Cole McElroy's Orchestra
Every afternoon and night at
fair grounds. Adv.
SENHOLT Charlotte Senholt
died at her residence at 124 5
South Fifteenth street Sept. 29.
Deceased was 91 years old, and
is survived by one son, John
Senholt of Canada, and two
daughters, Mrs. R. C. Goblet
and Mrs. L. B. Flint, both of
Salem. Funeral services will
be 'held in the Webb & Clough
chapel September 30, at 2 p.
m.. with Rv. Mr. Johnson of
ficiating. Interment will be in
I. O. O. F. cemetery.
ROBINS On the Robins farm.
miles south of Salem. Septem
ber 29. Mrs. Ray Bucy Robins,
age 63 years, wife of J. H. Ro
bins- mother of Mrs, A. E. Nor
wood of Redlands, Cal., and
Mrs. M. J. Martinsen of Sali-
patria, Cal. Survived by three
sisters, .one, Mrs, Sarah Meyer
of Los Angeles. Funeral ser
vices will be held Monday, Oct
2 at 2 p. m. from Rigdon'a mor
tuary. Rev. A. Wells officiat
ing. Interment Salem.
Webb & Clough
Xeading Funeral
Expert Emhahners
Rigdon & Son's
Unequaled Service
b Hartman's Glasse
TjtTY) Wear tHem and se
Easier ana tseuei
Phone 1255, Salem, Oregoi
SAVE $ $ $
by buying your hardware and
furniture at The Capital Hard
ware & Furniture Co., 285No.
I Commercial St Phone 947,
Salem public scnools are to
open for registration Monday
morning with the certainty of the
largest attendance in the:r his
tory. Especially in the high school
where optional course:! are al
lowed much of the registration Is
already done, the requests having
been made last spring for the pu
pil to Indicate their course of
study. This was done, and the
Ksts need only the final appear
ance of the continuing pupils to i
be checked up in their classes. ;
This will reduce the high school
registration rush by at least two-
hirds. ' !
Delay Will he Small
In the grade schools, where the
promotions are on a uniform ba- '
sis. there will be small delay or I
confusion in registration. Only j
the newcomers will cause any con-'
.deraWe amount of work. As
most of these, except in the prim-.
ary department, come from other
graded schools, and are required
o take standard courses, their;
transfer certificates are easily
checked up. The whole school
ystem should be running smooth
ly before the last of next week.
Buildings Improved
Most of the buildings have had
some improvements during the
season. At the Yew Park and
Garfield schools new concrete
walks will help to keep down the
muddy-floor evil through the wet
weather. Painting and ealocmln
ing and general small repairs
have been the rule elsewhere. The
new portable school building at
the Wafhington junior high has
been rushed to completion. The
Salem schools are coming to be
more and more the ultimate home
of the children from the country,
and the entire city school system
is being crowded perilously close
to its capacity limit.
The high school football squad
has already done some prelimin
ary practice, and ivext week will
see the boys out in full force.
With the return sU taost of last
year's regulars, Snd with Coach
Hollis Huntington devoting full
time to the game, the boys ex
pect to make a clean-up of the
whole valley, if not of the state.
They take on three new teams
this year, from Eugene, Albany
and Lebanon. After a good deal
of rather rancorous bickering the
differences have been patched up
with Eugene and Albany.
Booze Comes High-
Gordon L. Cookingham and W.
Mills, the latter of Newberg.
were assessed $50 .by Police Judge
Race yesterday on charges of be
ng intoxicated and each having
partly filled bottle of moon
shine in. his possession.
Bed Springs, Mattresses-
Rockers, couches, stoves, cnairs
tables, bookcases, davenports, etc
half off; slightly used. C. 9. Ham
ilton, Good Furniture. Adv.
Two Girls Escape
Evelyn Winningham and Hilda
Wickman, both 17, were miffed
from the girls' industrial school
yesterday morning and police have
been asked to be on the lookout
for them.
A Classified Ad
Will bring you a buyer. Adv
Chaplain to Speak
PhunlaJn Josenh Clemens or
Pacific Grove, Cal.. will address
the student body and faculty of
Kimball School of Theology Tues
dav. Founder's day. This address
will mark the 16th anniversary of
the school, the doubling of the
student body and an, increase in
the faculty from four to 12 in
structors. Besides having an en
lollment of 90 students there is
VoHstrntion of Close tO 100
Willamette students who are tak
;ng special theological subjects.
Women Wanted
Steady Employment in Our Canning Department
Report for Work at Once
Geraldlne Farrar
World Famous Prima Donna
Northwest Tour
Direction Steers & Coman
Oregon Agricultural
Men's Gymnasium
Wednesday Evening
October 11
8 o'clock
Reserved Seats $2.50 $2.00
On sale at Hauser Bros. Store
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Baker of
Portland are guests of their son.
Clair Baker, yardmaster at the
Southern Pacific.
Mrs. P. C. Baker of Lafayette
is a guest of friends in Salem.
Herbert J. Darby has returned
from two months in Santa Cruz.
Cal., and will be in Salem for a
. It is proposed to read at sec
ond marriages the love letter
written before the first engage
ment and marriage were consum
mated: We can see where there
might be a raduction in the num
ber. jot second of fenses. Ex
change. . j ;
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Good Fresh Bread and Pastry
Baked by Electricity in our Revolv
ing Ovens Which Assures an Even
and Thorough Baking.
Bake-Rite Products
Are Made of the Best Materials that
We Can Buy- It Makes a Difference
457 State St
Phone 268