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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 22. 1922
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Ked Crotw to Me?t
The annual meeting "of mem
lra of Willamette chapter A.R.C.
is to be beld at. 2:30 p. m. Wed
nesday, October f5, at Red Cross
headquarters, 640 State street,
for the purpose of electing offi
cers for the ensuing year. All per
sons holding a 1922 membership
card,, are entitled to a vote in
thlg meeting and are urged to be
Man or Boy Wanted
For light janitor work. Ad
dress B-83, care Statesman. Adv
Served all day at The Spa.
Adr, ' ,
; Fitted at Tyler's Dreg Store by
an expert In the business. Adv.
j Comic OperaAttracta Many
Tne comic opera' "The Hindoo
Head Hunters" to be produced In
' Corvallls next Thursday and Fri
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Answer '''to "The Sheik"
I A ring-t romauce for
i Laughing Purposes
. PATHS NEWS
LADD & BUSH, BANKERS
Established 1868 P
General Banking Business
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Office Hours from 10 a, m. to 3 p. m.
1 J At Factory Prices
98c $1.98 $2.98
Every piece guaranteed for 20 years
First ' come, firSt serve, no reservations.
SALEM HARDWARE CO.
t The Winchester Store
120 Noncommercial St. Phone 172
In Your New Home Install a
MORE HEAT - LESS FUEL
See It Before You Buy
F. H. B ERGER
day evenings, is attracting much
attention among musical folks of
Salem. It is entirely a Salem pro
duction, and reports from Cor
vallls are that the opera will play
to two crowded houses. For the
Salem folks who attend Friday
evening, a special section has
been reserved. Among those in
Salem who will probably attend
are Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Clifford,
Mr. and Mrs. E. Cooke Patton.
Dan Langenberg. C. E. Knowland.
Oscar Gingrich, E. F. Smith, Paul
Stege, A. L. Wallace, E. F. Smith
and others. -
Office Warren ArmJngton
Of apartment house now with
Homer H. Smith, room 5 McCor
Dack bldg. Phone 96. Adv.
lfacDonald?e Farmer Almanac
At Tyler's Drug Store. Adv.
Write Warren Armington. 248
North Summer street for informa
tion regarding the new apartment
"My Lady FrUnds"
"The Radio Hound"
If you want to laugh,
Two Good Comedies
and a News
One Week Only
house to be built on Thielson lot.
corner Court and Capitol St.
Stock will pay 17 per cent. Salem
wUl have president and treasurer.
Quick action if you want A-l in
vestment. Adv. m
Medical Men to Meet-
The Polk-Yarahlll-Marion Med
ical society will meet at the Salem
Chamber of Commerce auditorium
at 8 p. m. Tuesday, Oct. 24. Pro
gram as lollowa: "The Newer
Work on Hydrocephalus," paper
by Dr. Lawrence Selling of Port
land. Laboratory proceedures of
special interest to physicians; dis
cussion led by A. R. Bruce of
See Warren Armingtoi
Office in Homer H. Smth'a.
P.houe 96, room 5, McCornack
bldg. about subscription apart
Served all day at The Spa.
Dm. White and Marshall
Osteopathic physicians, U. S. Bid.
Scottish Rite Plan Get-to-gether
A number of the Scottish Rite
Masons met at the Masonic Tem
ple new banquet rooms . Friday
evening and took steps towards
getting into closer fellowship for
the future. There are over 125
Scottish Rite members located in
Marlon. Polk a,nd Linn counties
"A Sailor-Made Man"
,4 reels of fun
5 7 3 pan.
Sheep, alive or dressed.
Also chickens, eggs and
butter. Best cash prices
155 N. Liberty Street
s always in the market
for all kinds of
JUNK, RAGS, RUBBER,
We also buy and sell used
Top cash prices paid
Phone 523 . 402 N. Cbml
The Danger of
Of course you can get
glasses "cheap" if you buy
them where no careful ex.
animation of your eyes is
But "cheap" glasses can
not be satisfactory, and in
stead of helping your eyes,
make (hem worse.
Insure getting satisfac
tory glasses by having your
eyes thoroughly examined
10 1-5 Oregon Bldg.
Oregon's Largest Optical
Phone 239 for appointment
and since Salem Is the central
point H serves the greatest num
ber. The two nearest consistaniea
are Portland and Eugene, hence
this move. A committee consist
ing of A. B. Hansen. William
Neimeyer and Julius Aim was ap
pointed to draft a preamble and
all members are urged to be pres
ent on Monday evening November
13, for the election of officers.
nd devise farther plans and
means for observing Scottish Rite
Why Loan Your Money at'Cc
When Capitol Apartment
House will pay fc' and a sinking
fund of 9'z ? Salem's best citi-
ens say its safe investment.
Armington Phone 96. Adv.
Served all day at The Spa.-
Resolutions were passed by the
student body of Willamette uni
versity at a business meeting Fri
day to Senator R. A. Booth and .
Collins in appreciation of their
gift of $100,000 each. President
Doney outlined briefly the aims of
each man, the struggle to attain
that end and the result of their
Large cabinet Sonora Phono
graph, like new, half price. Giese
Furniture Co., 373 Court street.
Phone 64. Adv.
And other deformities of the
feet corrected without loss of time
from your occupation. Drs. Wnlte
and Marshall, U. S. Bank- bldk.
Penalties Meted Out
Nom Sing, Chinese, and two
girls, Pearl Chase and Jessie Ri-
vard, who were arrested early
Saturday morning on a charge of
disorderly conduct, were fined JflO
each on their plea of guilty, before
Judge Earl Race Saturday. Sing
paid his fine and the two girls are
staying In the city custody. N
Hindoo Head Hunters"
Tickets at the Patton Book
ftore. Comic opera given in Cer
vallls next Thursday and Friday
evenings by Woman's club. Re
served seats SI. Special resenra
tiona for Salem. Adv.
ehJcken Dinner . i
Served all day et The Spa
GOOD PIANO $89
Only) $5 down. $5 month
We are closing out our entire;
present stock of Pianos, ,ut
pianos for almost half price.
$5 down buys any piano. Come
now, they are going last.
See ad on page 3. second section.
Geo. C. Will closing old nation
ally advertised line of phono
graphs at half price. $1 down,
$1 week up.
See ad on page 3, second section.
5 Wear them and Bet
Easier, and Bettei
Phone 1255, Salem, Oregoi
SAVE $ $ $
by buying your hardware and
furniture at The Capital Hard
ware & Furniture Co., 285 No,
Commercial St Phone 947.
All makes of cars. Prices reas
onable and work guaranteed.
803 N. Liberty Street
By the Creek
Use Dr. Stone's B & Q
Coughs, colds ,croup,
whooping cough, hoarse
ness, bronchitis, sote
throat and all diseases of
the throat and lungs.
Use Dr. Stone's Antkiller
Tyler Drug :
157 S. ComT Phone 35
Three , Girls Escape
threej girls made their escape
from th state school for tne feeble-minded
late Friday night.
They had not yet been located
Saturday night. The truants are
Clara Seaman, 22, who left the
school wearing a white apron and
brown coat; Bernice Imlay. lg.
wearing; checkered dress and dark
coat; and Sadie Mauld, 16. yzr
In gwhite middy blouse and dark
Senred all day at The Spa.
Banta Funeral Monday
The funeral of Francis N. Ban
ta will be held tomorrow at 2:30
from Rigdon's chapel. The Am
erican Legion will attend the
funeral and a firing squad will
be present. The Legion will give
its ritualistic service at the grave
side. Birial will take place in
O. O F. cemetery.
Monday 9 A. M. at Unitarian
Church corner Cottage and Che
meketa. Mrs, Miller, experienced
1020 Overland Sedan
In excellent shape, wire wheels.
good rubber, with new spare tire,
575. Your own terms x within
reason. Phone 1043-R. Adv.
Radio Men Called
Salem radio operators are
asked to appear at the third floor
of the city hall Monday morning
at 10 o'clock for an examination
by O. R. Redfern, radio inspector
for the seventh district, which in
eludes Oregon and part of Wash
ington. This examination had
been announced for Sunday, but
because of delay in the arrival
of the examiner, the -later date
s now fixed. All radio amateurs
are required to appear for this
examination or give up their li.
cense. The local amateur radio
club has a score or more of mem-
Ders, ana mere are many owners
out in the country or the nearby
towns. ' The order, it is under
stood, applies only to transmitting
stations, and not to those who
merely hoist a wire for a receiv
With nearly new tires only
2 75. Will sell this for 1125
down. Phone 1043-R Adv.
We are authorized by the gov-
inspector to announce that the ex
aminations will be held at 10:00
o'clock Monday morning instead
of Sunday. Salem Electric Co.
Rev. Alfred Bates, graduate of
Kimball School of Theology last
June and well known in Salem,
was elected auctioneer for a bas
ket supper given for tbe benefit
of the Warrenton public school
baseball team. Rev. Bates is the
Methpdist Episcopal pastor at
Eat Chicken Dinner
Today at the Grey Belle Ady.
George Gray of Indopend
Reports hearing an entire con
cert loud and clear from Atlanta,
Ga. Mr. 'Gray purchased iis ra
dio set from the Salem Electric
Co. Ady. .
Westfall Will Leave
J B. Helm, an officer from
Long Beach, Cal.. arrived in Sa
lem Saturday with a requisition
for Fred T. Westfall, held here
Ion an order of the California
authorities for fraud. Westfall
who looked like a king undis
guised and spent money and pro
mises like soviet Roubles or Ger
man marks, had Insisted that the
police give him a companion to
talk to or be'd go mad.
They gave him a. Chinaman for
a room mate. Tne oriicer win
return him to Long Beach Mon
day. Roaot or Fried -Chicken
dinner served all day
at the Grey Belle. Ady.
Get them at The Statesman of
fice. Catalog on application.
Special Bobs at $3
We do bobbing. Beauty Par
lors at Terminal Hotel. Phone
Three Couples Licensed
Archie L. Gosser of Klondike,
Ore., and Oral McClain. of Salem;
David E. McArthur and Ida E.
Stoddard, botll ot Hubbard; and
Allan R. Vanderhoof and Florence
Hardy, both of Salem, have been
Vftierita Eat Your .
Special Roast or Fried Chicken.
pinner served all day today
' We serve very choice chicken
dinners .also the most delicious
coffee in the city.
THE GOOD EATS
Our regular ctcken dinner
Sunday. 45c Hot mince pie day
or nieht Chile and Eastern
-Chicken Dinner every. Sunday;
short orders all day at J a e .k s
Cafe. 16 South Commercial.
issued marriage licenses from the
office of the county clerk.
A Classified Ad
WIU bring you a buyer. Adv
33-acre farm, about 100 acre
in cultivation. Balance pasture.
Either cash or share rent. Locat
ed about 2H miles wet of Dal
las. On;. Addre'jg J. H. liter
man. Hotel Argo. Salem, Ore.
Former Salem Girl Ise
Mrs. Frank M. Brown returned
from Portland yesterday where
she went to attend the funeral of
her cousin. Lulu Gilbert Herren,
who passed away in that city, on
Wednesday. Mrs. Herren was a
Salem girl, having spent her girl
hood in th!s city, her maiden
name being Lulu Gilbert, daugh
ter of Marietta Stanton Gilbert
and I. N. Gilbert, old time pion
eers of this state.
Experienced Waitrrmeg Wanted
At The Gray Belle. Ady.
The Radio Injector will not
be in Salem till Monday morning
at 10 o'c'.ock to conduct examin
ations. AU amateurs must ap
pear -for examination or give up
their licenses. Club rooms, city
hall, third floor. Sig. H. B.
Churchill, Secy.. R.R.S. Adv.
BITS FOR BREAKFAST
Were you in Salem yesterday!
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Then you saw a very busy city.
Speaking of politics, the woman
candidate who was de'eated by
one vote knows the woman who
J. J. Butler, of New York, was
killed while shaking a rug. Show
this to your wife.
Talking of the new play, "Why
Men Leave Home," a Salem
friend says it is' because he hates
to stay there alone.
Talking of seniority, Esafl gave
up his seniority rights for a mess
of beans. There is nothing new
under the sun.
Some one asked yesterday
when Salem is going to stop
growing. He was hooting a house
to rent in vain. Salem is going
to stop growing when there is not
an idle or a slacker acre of land
in the Salem district; or an un
used pound of water power in the
streams hereabouts. That will
take some years yet; a good many
With the long skirts, the flap
per has something to flap.
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; -tf you' should go through the
S al mf f f nit packing concerns
,aow, you wxruia prooaDiy reueci
Qiat you dldifVknow there were
ao many- apples in tne woria.
; "Wny shouldn't the " ex-kaiser
marry?' asks a neighbor. He has
enough wood cut to last bim all
Nine Water Applications
Are Filed with Engineer
Nine new applications for auth
ority to appropriate water from
Oregon streams for Irrigation pur
poses are on file with State En
gineer Percy A. Cupper.
They are: (
By L. L. Rogers of Pendleton,
covering the appropriation of wa
ter from Greasewood creek for ir
rigation of 60 acres, at a cost of
- By W. W. Irwin of Aurora, cov
ering the appropriation of water
from Bachert creek for irrigation
and power development.
By N. J. Lambert, of Grandvlew
covering the appropriation of
Ker from two springs- tributary to
Deschutes river for development
of six horsepower, and for domes
By Louis Dufek of Terrebonus
covering the appropriation of wa-j
ter from two springs tributary to
Crooked river for development of
80 horsepower and for the irriga
tion of 45 acres of land.
By G. A. Griswold. of Dallas
city, covering the appropriation of
water from Waymire creek for ir
rigation of 25 acres in Polk coun
ty, at a cost of approximately
By Edwin Mays of Tygh Val
ley, covering the appropriation of
water from Kerr creek for irriga
tion 'of ten acres, and for domes
tic use In Wasco county.
By Nelson Murray of Pendleton,
covering the appropriation of wa
ter from an unnamed spring for
irrigation of 25 acres in Umatilla
county, at a coBt of approximate
By M. S. Hughes, of Baker, cov
ering the appropriation of water
from Stices gulch for irrigation of
70 acres in Baker county, at a
cost of approximately $2500.
By L. D. King, of Portland, cov
ering the appropriation of water
from China creek for irrigation of
4 5 acres In Baker county.
TRY TO SAVE
Fall Suit. Orereot. Shorn, etc
crry in A-l une at bbii pnew.
W also bay all kinds of clothme
342 N. Commercial PfcoM.1368-W
Classified Ads. In The
Statesman Bring Results
GOODE David S. Good diad at
his residence, 1412 North Cap
itol street. October 20 at th
age of 50 years. He leaves his
mother. Mrs. M. M. Goode. His
father passed away in July of
this year. He 1 al?o surrived
by six brothers, Rer. J. A. and
J. D. Goode of Portland; James
W. Goode of Saunders. Ida;
Henry N. Goode of Donald.
Ore.; Albert X. Goode of Saa
Diego. Cal.; V. A. Goode of
Stayton, and three sisters, Mrs.
Mary Fuson of Slay ton: Mrs.
Ollie M. Edwards pf Salem and
Mrs. Bessie E. Long of Xampa.
Ida. The funeral services will
be held from the Webb
Clough chapel Monday at 11
a. m. Rey. Herrtngton will offi
ciate and Interment will he in
City View eemetery.
PENCE Thomas W. Pence died
at his residence 1825 North
Commercial street October 20
at the age of 52 years. He
leaves his widow Mrs. Eda
Pence, his father, T. Pence,
one 6on, Elwyn, and two daugh
ters, Eula and Viola all of Sa
lem. Three brothers Andre
and Omer of Washington; Guy
of North Carolina; two sisters.
Mrs. Artie Brown' of Washing
ton and Mrs. Lula Culver of
Oregon. The funeral services
will be beld from the Webb &
Clough chapel Monday at t.
p. m.. interment in the I.O.O.Fi
WHELAN Thomas Whelan of
Salem, aged 30ryears, died Sat
urday at a local hospital. The
remains, which are now at the
Terwilliger funeral home are
to be taken today to Portland
by his brother for burial.
Funeral services for the late
Francis Newton Banta, formerly
lieutenant Company M. 162nd
Inf., will be held Monday at 2
nr. from the Rigdon mortuary,
concluding sevices I.O.O.F. ceme
tery under the auspices, of ; the
PurieraV services "for the late
John Gerber win be held today,
Sunday, at 2:30 p. m. from the
Pratum Mennonite church, ' fol
lowing a short service at the resi
dence near, Pratum at z o'clock.
The funeral cortege will leave the
Rigdon mortuary at 12:45 p. m.
The body of Mrs. Ann. Maria
Smith who died in this clty( Oc-
Webb & Clough
Leading Funeral -Directors
Rigdon & Son's
Unequaled Service I
V S. O. fiTOXE.' MJ.
. General Office Practice
Cancel Treated ! '
Office, Tylet'a Drug Store
157 8. Commercial Street
256 State St '
Which goes to prove lhat its not the initial
amount but the "everlasting staying after it" V
that counts. . -
This bank welcomes small accounts. $1 is
J enough to start, and we -will do everything we '. .
can to help you to make your savings grow.
Don't "Delay ! Start to Save Today ! .
United States National Bank
The Bank That Serrice .Built
Member Federal Reserve "System- '
tober 20. will be forwarded to
day, Sunday, by the Rigdon
tuary to Pullman,
funeral sendees , and interment.
- All kind of junk and
second-band goods. - Vf ,j
pay full Talue. -
215 Center Street
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SHANGHAI CAFE I
162i3 Commercial Street
OPENS OCTOBER 21
Under new management i
Chop Suey and Noodles i
American and Chinese Dishes
Would You Like
How a wiiWw (aiW U&rpidMfe
for heravlf and caildt ' .
How a day laWrcr altalntd a plata
in a Unkt " , , .
How a farm Voy wlta a lltl
ednoatioa fitted' himself to kaadla ala
owa buainaaa I . , ; . . ;
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How rounf marri! iromaa ai
abia to kelp bar hatband pay
hi-aTjr doctor' bill I A . . .
How a rrfc-f-atrkkea 'widow laara
4 to UU 'fcoM of lift fa!at
lSbw a fOoatry arfeoo! tiachar bi
created her arniDg capacity!
"Wa caa tell ya thaao troa ttorlea
and many othara from too tTry-da
bay pontDft of tho paat law yaan. J
"bt la year problem! Brine it to
ua. Wa nay b able to haip yam
Capital Business Ccllege
And with it comes , sorS
throats, i la grippe - and
headaches. . 2
STOP THEM WITH
. A Remedy for the treat?
ment of Colds, La Grippsi
V DRUG STORE
Sole Agent Oarden Court
135 N. Coml. Phone 197
"Try the 'Penslax e
Druff Store Firrt,, h
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a Small Deposit