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City NEWS IN BRIEF
Bonds in the sum of $525,000
hare been received by the state
engineering department from the
Meadows , drainage district in
Klamath county, and $300,000
will be certified at once, the re
mainder to be held pending need
of the funds by the district. The
district embraces 27,000 acres
bordering on Jpper Klamath lake,
and much work in dyking lands
has been done. , .
Salm Shriners Attention-.
You are requested to be at the
S. P. depot at & o'clock Friday af
ternoon to .act as an escort for Al
Kader temple who will pay us a
short YislL Wear 7 your fez.
Ad 7. '-..' -
Application Received ,
The public service commission
has received an application from
the Scholia Telephone company of
to discontinue, farmer line service.
For Loana See . .... ;
. O. W.' lflar,.4U Oregon Bldg.
, Nearly LoC9.1Iaii6 .
, J. HvTUlIsom came near losing
' a hand Thursday at the automo
bile school, on. South Liberty. He
1 was working with the starter oi
a carr and one of the boys from
A the ,deaf school was assisting him
by running the machine. Milsom
called for the lad to stop but he,
inot hearing -kept going, andi-MU--,-som.
has. a couple of bad 'fingers
- to xemmnbeT it by; He sky that
it wasa narrow escape for .the
wholo;hand.v t i- ' h
7 .. . ii 1r',: - v. - v1
v Salem Shriners Attention '''
' , 2You are requested to be at 'the
8. P. depot at 5 y clock Friday af-
- ternoon to act as an escort for Al
Kader temple who will pay us a
short' tislt.- Wear your fez.-
'Boys Hia Specialty '
Some lions eat ..boys, ut here's
:A one .that doesn't. '"He is Chester
. Lyons, of the ''Boy Farm," near
Lebanon. In the past five years
' , he has, had 5000 boys in his care,
for longer "or shorter periods -.of
k' time, and he says that only 12 of
' them have gone' wrong since.
During the: winters he -lives in
Portland, and makes of himself a
generarcoHrmunity- servant, janl
; ; tori- pack ."horse,- everything that
; the xommnnjtyi needs and doesn't
v alwaytf-knowi wbat-it is or how to
iiiuuk aipnea in Liie tusiory oi me
northwet.1 Mr. Lyons is the spe
cial speaker for the Lions club,
V House Peteri
",: , ' in- . '
:'" "Human Hearts"
Hal Beid's Famous
"Beggar Maid" ,
- ' and
4,Fun from the Press
LADD &-BUSH, BANKERS
' Established 1868
General BanMnj Business
1 Office Hours from 10 a, m. to 8 p.m.
i Y w ,
that meets at the Marten for noon
luncheon today. Miss Pauline
Findley of Salem is to give some
select readings as another part oi
the program,-' and Lion Harry
Scott hag two other features to
present If the .sign comes right.
via time religion preached
every day at W.C.T.U. hall, 2:30,
7:30 except Monday. Bring your
s ck, let God heal them. Adr.
School lias Good Panor
The Gerrais union hlh school
is now publishing a twice, a-
month school paper, of which
Miss Winifred Gleason is editor.
The : little paper bristles with
news. William Bowley. Retha
McClaren and Mildred Judd are
IB 8. Com. St. A good place to
eat. Tables and eounter. Adv.
Story Hour Today
A story hour at the public li
brary will be held this afternoon
at 4 o'clock and Saturday morn
ing at 10 o'clock.' The "Light
Princess", and other fairy tales
will be told py Miss Pettit, the
Live in the" Country
And economize. One acre, 5-
room house, garage. noultnr
coops, on Pacific highway, close
in. Must be sold todav Socolof-
sky, 341 State street. Adv.
Boy Lost '
A boy giving his name as Hays
was cared for by the police last
flight. He stated that his
father was working here and had
asked him to leave the Adventlst
school, -which he was attending
at Gaston and come to Salem,
promising that he would be met
at the. stage terminal. No parent
I was there to .meet him, however.
Tne. ponce are endeavoring to lo
cate him. ' .'". ,
Salem Shrincrs Attention
You afe requested to be at the
S. P. depot at 5 o'clock Friday
afternoon to act as an escort for
Al Kader Temple 'Who will pay
us a short visit. Wear your fes.
AdT. ' ' ' " .
f M.' B. GwinU . of 1180 North-
Fifth- . street ' was - arrested for
speeding yesterday by Officer Par
rent. He is sai to have been
going 30 miles per. hous.
' Eugene O'Brien
Other Reels, Too,
, Coming Sunday
"ROSE O' THE SEA'
for Tour .Thanksgiving Dinner
will be browned exactly right if
you use one of our
And how about a new Carving
- Bet to Go With It
" Ddughton & Marcus
If it's hardware we have it not
the biggest hardware, but the best
86 N. Com'l. Phone C3
TWO THINGS THAT GO
- WITH EVERY COAL
, ORDER .
1 - .. .
-good coal and right prices.
We emphasise it! It is these
t very Nessentlal - features that
htTA eanxed our bnsiness to in
crease to such an extent.' If
'.you're not, a customer now an
. order will make you one. tnau
we send It today? -
Frank Flint of 1510Court street
reports that Someone tCpk the
battery out of his car when it
was parked in front of his resi
dence last night.
To buy two heavy horses to
Iork single, weight not less than
800. Prefer horses about 8 years
old. Spaalding Logging Co., phone
Marriage licenses were issued
in the county clerk's office yes
terday to Henry Archer and Ver
onica Rowash of Woodburn, and
Clarence Maert of Scio and Hilda
Two Beds Given
Walter Christ and L. L. Ogle
were given beds at the station
People Are Being Healed
Are days of miracles over?
Come and see. W.C.T.U. hall
every day 2.30, 7:30 except Mon
day, iring the eick. Adv.
Son Bom ;
A little son was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Russell L. Cooley November
14. His name will be Russell
! Cooley, Jr.
Bear Evangrlist Bctts-i-
Of New York every day 2:30.
7:30, except Monday. W.C.T.U
hall. Commercial and Ferry sts
Sick instructed and prayed with
at every service. Adv.
Judge's Leg Healing-
Judge George Bingham s game
leg is recovering with astonishing
rapidity, under the genial' stimu
lus of the recent election returns
The counting board has just found
that he is the high man of all the
county or district ticket, except
County Commissioner Smith
whose figures had not yet beer
totalled.' Judge' Bingham receivec
the flattering endorsement of 11
966 votes, where for many of th-
non-contested positions the voter:
passed them by. ' People wlu
wouldn't use even a free lead pen
cil to vote for legislators or con
gressmen or supreme Justice, cas
a satisfied glance- down on th'
Bingham name, and while the:
said with their Hps "He's al
right," they were proving it wit
their cross marks opposite hi
name. It was a fine endorsement
enough to make any man's lam
leg get well just to psychological!
show 'em that he was a powerfu
and consistent runner
For Hemstitching '; -
-Bernice Nixon,; 40 1:2 N. Lit
erty. Telephone 1378. Adr
Symphony Ciul Considereit-
.The organiatzion'of an associ
ition to back the Salem symphon.
orchestra was considered at t
meeting of men and women lar
light in the.;Chamber-tf Com
Herce r Aima,;Jt- was . decided to
eave pledge cards in four promi
lent places in town so that those
interested may sign up for associ
ate membership without which
backing the symphony orchestra
will break up and give no mor -;cncert8.
A . few ' interested per
sons have pledged themselves t
?et a certain number ot associate
aembers. and pledge cards wi'l
be left at the Chamber ot Com-
inerce rooms, .the' state library.
md both Will's and Moore's music
SPECIAL HOT LUNCHES
For school children. .Ratev
The Little Lady's Store
1090 Center St. Cor. 12th
FOB GIFTS THAT LAST
Jewelry - and Silverware.
Phone 1255, Salem, Oregon
by buying your liardwaxe and
furniture at The Capital Hard
ware & Furniture Co., 285 No.
Commercial St Phone 947.
It is surprising that so
many people neglect the
most important organ with
which nature has endowed
them, the eyes.
Statistics show that 75
percent of city population
has defective sight. This is
a shocking condition and
one that is so-easily reme
died by proper attention..
Which do not fit the eye
are conductive to ttrain and
should be corrected at once.
101-4 Oregon Bldg.
Oregon's Largest Optical
Phone 299 for appointment
- SALEM, OREGON r.
Visits In Tacoma
Ms. Louis Conn has gone to j
Tacoma to visit her son and j
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. M.
R. Conn, who were recently mar
ried. Both hare visited in Salem
a number of times.
Sun Oil company, gave a lecture
on "Lujricauon beiore .tnecmss-
school Wednesday evening at the
Marion hoteL About 30 of the
students and a few others attend
ed to hear what is said to hare
been a remarkably capable expo-
sition of. the lubrication problem
tor antos. This Is only one of
a number ot expert trades lectures
that are to be given by factory
representatives of the big car and
accessories factories this winter.
Meet the Shrine special at Com-
mercial and Trade streets at 5:15
this evening. Wear your phez.
Warren Armington of the Capi
tol Apartments reports requests I
coming in every day for reserva- j
tions for apartments for April.
May and June. It looks as if every
every apartment would be taken
before' the building is completed.
Get them at The Statesman ot
Ice. Catalog on application. j
MARION Mr. ami Mrs. M. L.
Foster, Bend; G. Wood, Berkeley;
lelen Gubler, Logan, Utah; Mr.
nd Mrs. W. M. Yonce, F,. C. Angle,
"orvallia: R- F. Weed. Ruzene:
Ir. and. Mrs. F. L. Hughes, The
Dalles; R. W. Henkley, Roseburg;
1. Tate, Myrtle Creek; Mr. and
Irs. C. B. Brown, Los Angeles;
'red C. Buell, Berkeley; J. E.
laker, Wu B. Broddick, C. L.
lonson, R. C.'Dart, A. B. Porter
V. W. Wells, J. W. Welch. E. A.
'aylor, Mrs. D. Bosche, M. D. Mc
lillan, Portland; W. W. Walker,
'rants Pass. -.
BLIGH J. H. Buell, Mr. and
Irs. E. C. Clement, U. S. Booth,
I. Hi Nichols, W. E. Hamilton,
'rank Harris, H. Neal, East Port
ind; Mr. Ind Mrs. Signor, Pay-
tte, Ida.; R. D. Massanor, Evans-
an, Wyo.; C. A. Wigman, Eugene;
D. Wiegel, Seattle.
TERMINAL J. W. Hawthorne
I. C. Nourse, Bdispe; Betty, jgnr
etty Lane, Roseburg; Mrs. W,H
ice. Valsetz: Howard Lone' H. J
'esseldenz, Mrs. Grace DcJugnty'
ortland; Mrs. D- Applequesfln
ependence; O. Bervly,, , ,Da.lIasf
'. L. Pope, Merrill; A. Balas,j8e
ttle. ""' ' " . t .
Carpenter. Erects Fence on
Phillips Farm, Admis-
sion is Charged
NEW BRUNSWICK. N. J., Nov.
1 1 6. Morbid curiosity in the Hall-
J Mills murder case is being further
Walter Masterson, a carpenter,
today began erecting a high fence
around the Phillips farm, th i
scene of the" murder, which in the
last wew weeks has proved .
! mecca for motorists from a score
of states. He is having prepared
i sign for the gate reading: "Ad
mittance, 25 cents."
Masterson, it was learned, hap
leased the farm for $30 a month.
It alse became known today
ihat a decrepit piano and a vener
able horsehair, settee which form
ed part of the Phillips home furn
ishings, had been sold to New
York freak museum for $250.
Hucksters previously had taken
bits of the crabanple tree under
svhlch the tragedy occurred, hawk
ing the souvenirs in New York
.ind Newark at 10 cents each.
I NEW CORPORATIONS
Articles of incorporation were
tiled yesterday by the Willamette
Oaks of Portland, capitalized at
$1000. The incorporators are
Charles H. Sprenger, Fred W. An-
gell and N. W. Lawlor.
The funeral ot Danie 1 Dean
Tompkins, who died Wednesday
in Salem, will be held Friday from
the Webb &. Clough chapel at 2
o'clock. Rev. Ward Willis Long
will officiate. Burial in I. O. O.
F. cemetery, with W. O.'W. in
1 1 Rigdon & Son's
Webb & Clough
Directors . : .
Commander of Famous Bat
tallOn Ot Ueath lighting
Col. Dan Morgan Smith, major
of the "Battalion of. Death." first
battalion, 358th infantry. 90th
division, A. E. F., will address a
COL. DAX MORGAN SMITH
community meeting in the First
Methodist church Sunday," Novem
ber 19, at 3 p. m.. on the "ex
perience of his men in taking Hill
No. 350-4 Lea- Quatre Chemins,
and Lbs Huit Chemins.
This is the battalion whose op
erations electrified America when
cablegrams telling of Its desper
ate fight with three Geman Tegl
ments were published by the lead-
DaPer ct America
Colonel Smith, who has been
speaking to crowded houses all
over the United States, was born
in Virginia, . reared in Florida,
practiced' law in Savannah, Ga,
entered the Spanish American
war. practiced law and served as
assistant corporation counsel of
the city of Chicago. When the
World war enlisted money and
men, he entered the A. E. F. as
najor, led his troops in the fierc
jst fighting, was wounded several
Mmes and was promoted to lieu
tenant of the field.
Requests have come for return
lates. from eyery state in which
he' has spoken. The press com
ment ts'unanimous in stating that
Colonel Smith gives remarkably
fVld pictures of life on the battle
ield and in the trenches. His
ributes to the heroic work of his
f fleers -and men in battle are no
pss . eloquent. Favorable com
lent has been made on. his ap
peal for better Americanism,
hlch is needed Just at ttys time
o arouse the people to the danger
f lax law enforcement and social
Colonel Smith ' is touring the
late under the auspices of the
Vorld's League Against Alcohol-
Admission will be free.
Premium List in Process of
Compilation With Prize
Marion county is to have a corn
show Deeember 14 to 16 "to be
'.ield in Salem and to be supported
by the Salem Chamber of Com
merce and the Marion County
Federation of Community clubs-
Fairly definite arrangements
have been made by the agricul
turo committee of the Salem or
ganization. A premium list is
now in process of compilation,
that will be ready within a. few
days. The present plan is to hold
the exhibit in the upstairs room
on North Commercial street, now
occupied by Ed Chastain as a
clothing store. He has secured a
State street down-stairs location.
Save Money by Baying
THE UNITED ARMY
230 8. Commercial Street
and is to move on. Sunday. Dee.
10. If the room is not rented be
fore the corn show is staged, this
will be the corn show location.
It is hoped that IWUiara Taylor.
for years the agriculturist and
decorator in charge of the Marion
coanty exhibit at the state fair,
can be. secured to take charge ot
the corn display.
It is suggested that anybody
having fine fruits, vegetables or
grains ot any kind that can be
kept until this corn show date,
should keep the mand offer them
to the . committee for display.
While the premium lists are not
yet issued, to tell just what kinds
of exhibits will be awarded money
prizes, the general object of the
show is to make as comprehen
sive and excellent a display as
possible of Marion county re
Bill Milligan Referee
for Oregon-Aggie Game
SPOKANE. Wash.. Nov. 1.
William "BUT MllUgan. president
of the athletic board of Gontaga
university, will referee the Univer
sity of Oregon-Oregon Agricultural
college football game at Corvallis
SatuYday, it was announced here
today. Mr. Milligan will officiate
at a high school game here Friday
afternoon, leaving Friday night
for the Aggie headquarters.
RED PEPPER HEAT
Red Pepper Rub takes the
"ouch" from sore, stiff, aching
joints. It cannot hurt you, and it
certainly stops that old rheuma
tism torture at once.
When you are suffering so you
can hardly get arouna, just iry
Red Pepper Rub and you will
have the quickest relief known.
Nothing has such concentrated,
penetrating heat as red peppers.
Just as soon as you apply Red
Pepper Rub you will feel the
tingling heat. In three minutes
it warms the sore spot throug and
through. Pain and soreness are
Ask any good druggist for a
jar of Rowles Red Pepper Rub.
Be sure to get the genuine, with
the name Rowles on each, pack
Announcing a Timely -bale or
A boon to housewives comes" this timely sale of the fanioas Pendleton, aU AV-o'bl Bcii
Blankets. Made by our own mills from pure Oregon Fleece WooU Ordinarily priced
at a distinct saving than you can buy them elsewhere we. nbw offer you tbalightly
imperfect ones at discounts ranging from 25 to 50 per cent off regular price. Vr' r5
"SLIGIITLY imperfect" indeed they are, but the Venice and the comlort? is'ln
qo wise impaired, the imperfections being s slight as to be iiardly noticeable. - f
The colder weather is now upon us and one or more, of these to supplement your
egular bedding supply should surely be a welcome addition to any household.
We advise early choosing as in some instances there are only one, two and three
Df a kind. - - . ,
They come in the beautiful block plaids of pink, blue, tan, rose, lemon and black and
white; also plain white with light borders of pink, lemon, blue, rose. etc. Silk ribbon in
contrasting colors binds the majority, while others are shell-stitch or alpaca bound.
Sizes range from 60x82 Inches to 12184 inches. Also a large assortment of crib blankets
HERE ARE THE SAVINGS
Double Blankets Full Sizes
No. 102, 5 lb. White, pink B.,
Reg. $14, now - $9.00
No. 600, 5 lb. White, blue B.
Reg. $20, now - $12.60
No. 175, 5 lb. White, lemon K
Reg. $13.50, now J $9.00
No. 175, 4 lb. White, blue B.
Reg. $12.50, now $8.00
No. 175, 5 lb. White, rose B.
Reg. $13.50, now $9.00
i lb. Grey, for heavy service.
$6, now . $3.25
Store Open Saturday Night Until Q
High School Organization
Has hNo Officers, Dues, .
Rules or Meetings
A new "society." ot which every,
body- is- a potential member, and
everybody in turn Is "IT, has
been formed in the Salem, high
It is The Shifters, with no espe
cial reason for calling it that other
than that it seems to be a pretty
intangible name, end the society
4s certa'nly it. It has no dues,
uo meetings or meeting placec-no
oK3cers, no' constitution or rules
JJpracticalry nothing but the
name. Everybody can initiate
everybody" else, and '.demand a
treat anywhere from a nlckle'i
worth Jox the Iowclassmen In the
school up to twcKblts' worth for
the teachers. It promises to be
th most joyous organization . of
the whole school history, and as
an experiment in pare socialism.
with nobody doin. nothin for no
body and. no officers and no obli
gations, it looks like the rubber-
tired noiseless -skull.
Anotheerganlzation of smaller
membership and more convention
al construction is the Girls' Ath
letic association., made up of all
the girls in the gym classes.. MJss
Capital Junk j
All kinds oi junk; and
second-hand goods, . "We
pay' full Talua. V '
215 Center Street
Phone 398 ;
N v 20A, 2Va lb'., rose, plaid.
Ktr. -t13.0, liow
No. 2t0, 2 lUr uhit .pink B.
Reg. $9. now
No. 150, 22 lb. Black, plaid.
Reg. $7.50, now .
. Crib Eobes Single
White, pink border, 42x60. ,
Pink arid blue, doubles.
Reg. t $10, now .
Hetea Pimralck: .if president; Or
WlIUamk president: Esther
Lialtf, bocteUrr -treasurer; Bernica
Johrson. jeli leader; Maude Cyan,
jong leartsrf Emma Dell Schwab
taurr. reporter; Margaret Froh
tnafitr, itfrswnt it trmi; and "two
pet per-shaker,, or pep leaders,
are ytt to be named. They ar
looiingyor V lot ot food times
tnia winter." t : , -
TUB sbk . ysur a
bill rm is slvsVi "
lB4irlwa ot r ka-TJ
tjf -ilh ro. Y'sMk
ehsrf ft fair tl
t eTTics rs4rMU )
; W'ha yoor WU
ia i will bm (wral 41 )
. kar dona tba work.jj
The best, tor the .
. , money ,
; ? Company
i AreMs nat . i
ill Ooart at, rhoas ,
Single Blankets Full Sixes' 7
No. 150, 2 lb. Tan plaid,
Reg. $7, now S,...J2L$il25
No. 600, iy2 lb., wbiteewon'B. -
y '$1,45 v.