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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNINGL NOVEMBER 29, 1922
pacific highway in Garage Owners Accused
of Using Patron's Car
By MARGUERITE GLEESO?
Christmas Seals will be placed
oa sale within a fews days
la Marion county,, according to
Mrs. Fred H. Thompson, chairman
for the county. The Salem
Woman's club Is In charge of the
sale in Marion county. Mrs.
Grover C. Bellinger will have
charge of the city sales, Mrs.
. John Carson will be In charge of
the county, sales and other towns
ia Marion county. Mrs. Thonip-
ton will hare charge of the booth
: tales la Salem", jk. booth will be
Opened next Monday at the. Post
' efflce while booths will be opened
later in the different stores and
-places of bbstnesA. fi; tl,(.;
Tho coramltue of which. rs.
Thompson Is chairman is Compos
ted of Mrs. Croyer Bellinger. Mrs.
- John Carson, Mrs. Ray Suiith,
Mrs. Floyd Utter and Mrs. Mor
Mr. and Mrs. Rueben P. Boise
:Srere hosts last night for the
iHerry-Co-Ronnd club. Five hun
dred was played during the even
lag &nd the hostesses served
dainty refreshments following
the card game. '
? Mrs. R. J. Foirsythe from
fteligh, Neb., is a guest at the
, tome of the L. II. Suter family.
The Foisythe family are consider
ing moving' to Salem- from Ne
braska where they are located on
Mrs. N. Tartar of Corvallis was
guest of her daughter Miss Lena
elle Tartar last night. Mrs.
, tartar attended the muslcale
Wren by Miss Tartar last night.
Hiss Tartar will Igq to Corvallis
for the week-end holjday Thurs
day to return Sunday evening.
' Miss Lena .Belle Tartar sang a
delightful program at a muslcale
. last night In the First Congrega
tional church. Miss Tartar's
Clear, deep-toned contralto was at
tti best. The program was ar-
south on the
Half mile of paving on Munl?r
creek on tht Pacific Mfciiway tv
miles north of Albany in Liun
Sven and four-tt-nths riils of
rocking from Sandy to Ch rry viile
ion th Mount Hood loop in
Circle of Jason Lee Aid
with Mrs. Ruth Denni-
W. at State
C. at armory.
Gartner Love la Mine
store over Thanksgiving the wk
Entries in the "oldest doll"
can test are Lorraine Hogg. Mrs
E. Neicherk, Mrs. E. B. Ander
son, Mrs. Pauline McCandy, Mrs.
J. E. CrothTs, Mrs. F. Cash man.
:lrs. O. E. Woodington. Katie
Ceinhart. Mrs. E. Crothers, Ellen!
Tower, Mrs. Alice Little. Lulu
Wolfe. Hannah Slattery. P. M.
Whitnert, Etta Savage Gleason.j
Margaret Xunn, Mrs. C. A. Rob- Lowell on the Willamette highway I he bad stored his car in fhe Val-
ertson, C. P. Tharp, Duna Hart. I in Lane county. ! ley Motor company's garage but
Alice Cumingham. Mrs A. E.i Four and one-tenths miles
Edmundson. Mrs. lola Gleason. 1 grading and rocking from Gold
Mrs. W. A. Rund, Mrs. C. C.ison to Cheshire on the Will m-
Grabenhorst. Mrs. Charles Meier! mette vallev-Florence highway in
Jr., Mrs. Elsie Dunn. Mrs. Jean 'Lane county.
E. Day, Mrs. Estelle Gabbert, i The two last named projects)
Mrs. O. 11. Bowman, Edith Ol- j will be paid for by Lan? county,
Ren, Ruth Burgess, Mrs. W. II. but the state will let the con
Stousloff, Mrs. C. T. Bauman. i tracts and supervise the vork.
Eight and seiren-terths of grad
ing and rocking from Gjshen to
Briefs were submitted in the
justice court yesterday ty attor
neys in the cane of W. J. Wairuth
against the Valley Motor com
pany and the case luspended
pending a decision reached by
Judge G. E. nruh at a later date.
The plaintiff contended thaf
that when he called for it a short
time ago it refused to go and was
later found to be in a very much
run-down condition. Wilrath ac
cused trn alley piple of tam
pering with the car and brought
suit acainst them for expense in
curred in repairs as well as Tor
value of time lost when the' car i
could not be operated. j
The defendant claimed that j
none of its men had ever tarn-
pered with the car.
Canvass of Vote Awaits
i Presence of Governor
i Official canvass of the ballots
cst in Oregon on November 7
apt a it the presence of a governor
i Governor Olcott is in the east
and will not return for a month.
; Senator Roy W. Ritner or
Pendleton is acting governor in
Lis place by viTtue of haying
ben president of the state sen
ate of 1921, but Senator Ritner
has not yet put in an appear
He was , expected
wluu MRAki ruXa,
$SO BY CRIGGSIS HIHjpEKE
A concert of old-tlmo songs
will be a featuro at the armory
next week, December 7. Favor
ite old tunes of other years will
be sung by a group of four solo
artists assisted by a string orches
tra of three pieces. A song lead
er, John C. Henderson, will load
the audience in the singing or old
songs which are especially enjoy
ed for such occasions.
Solo artists include Stewart
McQuIre, baritone soloist at the
Sixth Christian Science church in
Portland; Migs Genevieve Gilbert,
former soprano soloist with the
Trinity church in Portland; Ma
dame Rose-Friedle-Cianelli, con
tralto soloist at St. Mary's cathe
dral, Portland; Leonard J. Brady,
The Telephone male quartet of
Portland, Hal Youhe. first tenor- Ottilia Bevik, Mildred
Denton Denman. second tenor: Dorothy Livesly, Jan
Ferris Atebett, baritone; Mark
Daniels, second bass.
The Harpar-Worden Trio (for
merly Metropolitan Trio); Miss
Jean Harper, pianist; Miss Helen
Harper, violinist; Miss Elsie Ray
poll Show Draws
Ruth Buckner, Mrs. H. Chad
wick, Rose Dickinson, Maxine
Glover, Virginia 1'uxe, Dorothy
C.clfins, Mrs. L. I!. Green, C. A.
Dowd, John Evans, A. E. Huch
estein, Mrs. J. W. Kellis. Mrs.
Grace Layman. Floyd Hastry,
fc.lua May Harmon.
Other entries for the show
were Minnie Kink, Freda Spitz
bart, Theresa Torns, Hazel Iorns.
Eva Klink, Marjorie Marcus.
Neva Stolzherss, Mary White,
Jeanette Lucille Brown, Lolita
and Lorita Robinson. Duna Hart,
Ruth Halvorsen, Muzetta Mills.
Mari I'.reckhumer, Jeanette Scott,
Gretta Haybes, Donald Scott,
Marjorie Moir. Lottie Elizabeth
Holcotnb, Frederick Edmundson,
Ruth Runde, Rachel Howard.
Vael Rogers, Bertha Babcock,
Ruth Carlson, Kathleen Heleman,
Georgia Krepald, Grace Carlson,
Esther Price, Maxine Myers. Iola
Kopp, Marjorie Crittendon, Eloise
Wright, Helen Florence Weidr
mer, Harriet Hinsdale, Evelyn
Young, Virginia Page, Ruth E.
Chapman, William Morgan, Jean
ette Sykes, Audrey Mock, Claud
ia Settlemeir, Katherine Helmer,
Margaret Turner, Pauline and
2000 Students See Oregon
Eleven off for Seattle
EUGENE. Or., Nov. 29. Two
thousand students accompanied
the University of Oregon football
team to the Southern Pacific sta
tion this afternoon and held a
big rally prior to the depatrure
of the players for Seattle to play
against University of Washington
Thursday. Quite a number of the
members of the faculty and stud
ents accompanied the team and
these, together with Oregon alum
ni in Seattle, will form a rooting
section at the game.
ranged in live groups including for the oldest doll
toth the older and more modern I this group "gives
amDers The numbers were
taosen with special reference to
Hiss Tartar's clear, contralto voice
and were particularly pleasing
Assisting Miss Tartar were Mrs.
'Alice Thompson, at the piano;
Prof.iT.iS. Roberts, organ; and
rme winners in Miller's Mer
cantile company's first annual
aoil show will be made known
today. The entries totaled lis
or wnich 51 were in one class
One doll in
ner age as
56 years while others range
all the way down from this high
Priscilla Fry. little
More Highways Stated
for Early Improvement
of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fry, has
a group of dolls entered "for
exhibit onlv n-hinh shows the
J)elbert Moore,, played the violin I native costume of many foreign
lands. Another special group Is
of French dolls displayed by Dor
othy White. This exhibit too is
not entered in competition.
Hundreds of persona have vis
ited the exhibit rooms In the
store to see the doll show. The
prize winning dolls will be dis
played in the windows of the
Highway Improvement totaling
25.5 miles is tentatively listed by
the state highway department for
the receiving of bids at a meet
ing in Portland on December 13.
The projects are:
One mile of paving in the city
of Rainier on the lower Columbia
daughter river highway, in Columbia coun
Two and three-tenths miles of
paving irom - Driver s crossing
over 30 years
25 unccs fr 25
OR MONEY REFUNDED
II Fl - - -.6.. ;... 1
The Brunswick Phono
and 6 Double
$6.00 Per M
The program given by Miss
Tartar was as follows:
JPergolesl (1710-1736) .... Nina
Pessard (1S45) Farewell at Morn
frani (181&-1892) ,In Autumn
I ... i . . .-. DedicaUon
Sandel (1686-1759) , .Care Selve
... ....... . (Come Beloved)
' f peaks .... ... Under the Stars
Clarke . . . The Blind Ploughman
'Iscboff Goodnight, Sweet
... .... j Dreams
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tAl. StaJil m i
FOR ' . '
IV 1 A
Eating too much meat may clog
?? ! Kidneys, then the
Most folks forget that the kid
neys, like the bowels, get slug
slsh and need a flushing occasion
ally, else we have backache and
dull misery in the kidney region.
tsevere ? headaches. rheumatic
twinges, torpid liver, acid stom-
ach, sleeplessness and all sorts of
" 'Madder disorders.
ji' You ? simply must, keep your
! kldnevs active and clean, and the
; taoment you feel an ache or, pain
ia the kidney region, get about
four ounces of Jad Salts from any
Wd dru-store -ier, .tak a
Ublespoonful in a glass of water
before breakfast for a few days
asd your kidneys will then act
c fine. This famous .salts is made
Irom the acid of grapes and lemon
3alce, combined with lithia, and is
harmless to flush clogged kidneys
nd stimulate them to normal ac
tivity. It also helps neutralize
' tke acids In the urine so it no
ionger irritates, thus helping to
' relieve bladder disorders.
Mjad Salts is harmless; inexpen-
iwe; makes a delightful effer
- esscent lithia water dring which
i rerybody should take now and
; taen to help keep their kidneys
' A well-known local druggist
. "ys ha sells lots of Jad Salts to
, folks who believe In trying to cor
rect kidney trouble while it - is I
There's a feeling of
personal pride which ev
ery critical man possesses
when he buys correct
clothes at correct prices.
Here you'll get clothes
"made that reflect good
style, good workmanship
and all-wool fabrics.
We call your particular
attention toour $35 line,
with two trousers, which
embraces a line of fabrics
that is worthy of a high
er price. Made to your
special order they offer
you more value than you
ever received in recent
Mills . ..
426 State Street
312 DEPARTMENT STOKES
Our store ia filled with
practical gifts for every
member of the family at
prices that will make your
Christmas money go far
ther. Popular Fiction
To meet the large Christmas
demand for popular novels by
the best known authors we
are offering a large collection
of copyrighted works at the
unusual price of
The Ace is The Place
Now is the time to drop a
gentle hint tJ husband, son
or brother that you would ap
preciate one of our ivory pieces
Our Display is Complete
Brewer Drug Co.
405 Court Street
Will enjoy one of our
Ray L Farmer
"Our Hardware Wears'
VAlli 1 get your candy dir
ect from Factory. Always
frh and low price.
HAZEL CAXDY FACTORY
Hazel Candy Factory
Commercial & Miller Streets
Christmas Club Check
How Would You Spend $50 for Christmas?
Salem's Leading Merchants are going to give J50 in
prizes for tuo best answers to me apove question.
Trizes to be awarded in the following manner:
Best answer $20 Club Check
Second answer $15 Club Check
Third answer $ 5 Club Check
Next five answers $2 Club Check
Chocks will be given at the office of the Statesman
December 22. or will be mailed to you if requested and
will be good for fave value at ony one of the firms ad
vertising in this column.
Names of winners will be published in this column
either December 21 or 22, or both. All answers must be
n the postoffice or delivered at this office not later thtn
) a. m., December 20. This will assure fairness to ail
In your answers to the above question you are to
magine you are buying presepts for father, mother, big
brother (age 20), big sister (age 18), little brother (age
8), little sister (age 6), and one other person grandma,
prandpa, or a friend. Then you must buy something for
him" or for "her." That makes 8 in all.
The presents selected need not be articles appearing
in this column, but they must be from firms whose ads.
appear here perhaps sometuing you ve seen on a per
sonal shopping trip.
Watch these ads. closely, they appear Sunday, Wed
nesday, Friday of each week until Christmas, and arrange
your list to the best advantage.
Write your letter plainly, on one side of your paper.
and tell in your own way what you would buy with $o0
for the family that is suggested here.
Address all answers to Christmas Contest Editor, care
The Statesman, Salem, Oregon.
Photos of yourself made at
Mrs. Trover's Gift Shop.
Sittings Made Night or Day
103 X. Liberty St.
Secures a Bicycle for your'
boy this Christmas. Call in
and let us explain our plan
no obligation to buy.
Harry W. Scott
"The Cycle Man"
147 So. Com'l
The Xmas Shop for Men .
The Newest in Hats, Shirts, Pajamas, Gloves,
Neckwear, Etc., at Popular Prices
WATCH OUR WINDOWS
THE MAN'S SHOP
7m. A. Zosel 416 State St Ellis E. Cooley
FltOM A MAVS STORE
Where you'll find all the
preferences, tastes and fancies
of a man, embodied in the
various "Haberdasheries for
Sold Exclusively at the
SALEM WOOLEN MILLS
C. P. Bishop, Prop.
One cannot make a mistake
in giving a book
Here are the four greatest
books in print:
Story of Mankind -Outline
Boston Cook Book
There's always place and
time for a good book
and Seals on display
103 X. Commercial
Tree . decorations and no
tions are all on display at
132 No. Commercial
The Toughest Turkey
is rendered tender and palatable if cooked in one of
our roasters and carved with one of our Winchester
SALEM HARDWARE CO.
"The Winchester Store"
In the Leather Business
Watch our Windows for
Displays of Charming and
Gifts of Leather
F. E. Shafer
170 So. Commercial
Furs For Every Occasion
Hudson Seal Coats, Skunk
Capes and Scarfs, Fox Chokers
in all the latest shades. ;;
West Fur Co.
521 Court St.
Will aid you in making a clean
sweep of your Xmas shopping.
414 Court St.
Only trouble. Adv.
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