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THE OREftON STATESMAN. SAI.EM. OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1922
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Rjobert Gardiner, confined) to
the j Oregon state hospital since
1903, made his escape late yes
terday j afternoon, according to
word receJTedfrom the hospital
authorities. Ife was a trusty at
the I time of his escape and was
spoken of as mild In disposition.
He has been afflicted with tuber
cular troubles tor some time and
It is thought made his way to
1 U He was described as 60 years old,
weighing mbbut' 180 "pounds, of
,7 dark complexion, with dark hair.
Ji He. .was dressed ' In a dark coat
and hat and was wearing one of
, . the prison, shirts. , .
man, 15 years old, left Corrallis he collided with another car yes
at 10 o'clock last night In com-iterday, minor damages resulting
pany with two other boys. Heito each car. Th drivei of tha
was wanted at Corrallis for petty other car was not identified.
stealing. He was described as
about 5 feet 5 Inches in height, j Teachers
nine eyes ana wearing a dark suit We will eive Ton snecial atten-
in neea oi pressing and tan shoes I tlon today. Morris Optical Co
A suit for professional services
rendered was filed in the circuit
court yesterday by Drs. R. H.
White and E. E. Fisher against
Phoebe H. Payne. The complaint
states that serrices to the extent
of $175 were performed April 7,
1919, in the interest of the de-
employers liability act for person- a resolution spproTing the stand k'an as "a menace which
taken by Mayor Hylan in ordering scourgea w,u..u
Police Commissioner Enright to 'this country, has at. last reacnea
drive the Ku Klux Klan from the the city of New York and ii en
clty. I deaToring to work haTOC and dis-
The resolution described the ja?ter in our midst." ''
Ail Drug Stores ,
, Will close Thursday at 1 p. m.
for the balance of the day. Adr.
Young Thief Escapes
A letter was! received yesterday
at the Salem j police department
stating that John Harold Gold-
oiled. He was said to hare had
fendant but that no part of the Salem Ex-Service Man SllC-
bill was or has since been paid cee(jS perry H. Raymond
:JntPrpt frnm Anrll 7. 1919. HI Nl&ll VUUI I
303 Oregon Bldg. Adr.
For potted plants.
Phone 656. AdT.
J. F. Cassidy reported that
hile driving north on the Al
bany road last night he was
struck by another car driven by
Charles D. McDermott of Albany,
who was traveling south. Dam-
A Crusader bicycle was brought
into the police station yesterday. I ages were reported very light.
It was found by Rev. H. D. Cham,
bers in front of St. Pant's Epis
G. W. Laflar, 417 Oregon Bldg.
Get them at The Statesman of
fice. Cata'og on application. -Adv.
Oregon Paper Co.
We will give you special atten
tion today. Morris Optical Co..
303 Oregon Bldg. AdT.
It. J. Miller of 1205 North
Nineteenth street, reported that
actor on , the
The old stage success
T. Rby Barnes
The Bag Cyclone
Over One More Day
CHANCE TO SEE IT
John Moulet of McMinnville
was arrested here last night on
a charge of disorderly conduct.
He is being held for investigation.
Make Mother Thankful
With a bird and cage. Flake,
273 State, has one she will love.
Charles Clifton, coming to Ore
gon from Boise, Idaho, and Na
than S. Lee, coming to this state
from San Francisco, were both
admitted to the practice of law
in Oregon on probation by the
supreme court yesterday, on the
strength of certificates from Ida-
bo and California respectively
Clifton will practice in Port-Jwas convicted of murder in
land and Lee in Cottage Grove
A Classified Ad
Will bring you a buyer. Ad?.
Accident Near Asylum
O. W. White of 609 North
Front street, reported to the po
lice that while, driving north on
the feeble minded school road
yesterday he collided with anoth
er car moving south. Slight dam
age to both cars was reported.
We will give you special atten
tion today. Morris Optical Co.,
303 Oregon Bldg. Adv.
Sleeping Quarters Provided
Those registered at the police
station last night were G. C. Tul
i ley, Fred Miller, Harry Brown.
Louis Phillips, Thomas Brose and
J. C. Davis.
The Fairaiount Dairy-
Has a good supply of fancy
whipping cream for the Thanks
giving trade. Place your order
today by telephone, .725; leave a
note for the driver, or call at the
store, 910 South Commercial
street, which will be open all day
tomorrow. Two deliveries daily.
The American War Mothers are
planning to hold a fency work and
cooked food sale about December
9, according to those in charge.
They are asking any who can to
assist them in furnishing articles
and food for sale at this time,
High Pressure Steam Boiler
"FT? &Yi f Vi nrconrtwor vArtlo 1
type, for sale at a bargain. See J1 f th,e regn J?'9 fP"al
Clinic Plans Made
The American Association of
University Women will meet Sat
urday at 2 o'clock in the recep
tion room at the receiving hospi
it at The Gray Belle. AdT.
Special Thanksgiving, Dinner
served 12 to 8 p. m.
t Olympia Oyster Cocktail
Chilled Hearts of Celery En Branch Ripe Olives
f - Chicken a la Printaniere
.V'V' ' Consomme Royal
. " y. m v m 1 A "XT' T1
'Jb uet oi UiDgiisn ooie au vm rsianc
: Pomme De Tarre Lattice
Filet of Mignon En Casserole
Stuffed Young Turkey with Cranberry Sance
Roast Milk Fed Chicken with Celery Dressing
Prime Ribs of Young Steer Au Jus
Whipped Cream Potatoes
f :q Buttered Petit Peas'
Waldorf Salad with Whipped Cream
Hot Mince, Apple "and Pumpkin Pie
English Plum Pudding With Hard and Brandy Sauce
y. Ice Cream
TWi Tassp. ' rem fours
Will Work on Holiday
The state highway department
will establish a precedent at the
capitol tomorrow, ThanksgiTing
day, when it will keep officials
and employes at work for half
the day. It is believed that no
other department will be open
at any time during the day.
Resolutions of dlsolution were
filed yesterday with the state
corporation department by the
Bridal Veil Lumbering company
12 LESSONS 12
Beginners or Advanced
Teaching the Latest Pouplar
Songs. Present this ad before
Dec. 1st, it is goon for one
trial lesson free to new stu
dents only." Low rates. Easy
Waterman Piano School
Room 3 McCornack Bldg.
for the clinic and talk which Dr.
L. F. Griffith will give on "Public
Interest in Psyciatria, or the
Study of Mental Diseases." It la
announced that attendance at the
clinic will be limited to members
of the association and those who
intend to become members of the
association at this time. Miss
Flora Case, chairman of the pro
gram committee, has announced
that all must be prompt because
of the nature of the clinic and
the time necessary.
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LADD & BUSH, BANKERS
General Banking Business 7
Off ice Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
TWO THINGS THAT GO
WITH EVERY COAL
good coal and right prices.
We emphasize it! It is these
very essential features that
haTe caused our business to In
crease to such an extent. It
you're not a customer now an
order will make you one. Shall
we send it today?
219 State St.
Cot. Front St. Phone 937
Floor Work of all Kinds
Oak and Maple Flooring Sold
Pierce, The Floor Man
FOR GIFTS THAT LAST
Jewelry and Silverware.
Phone 1255, Salem, Oregon
Aw! Cheer Up
Our line of Christmas toys are now on display and
never in our memory wouia a uuimut yuwwoC ov
happiness for the tiny. tots.
.Doughton & Marcus
286 N. Commercial Phone 639 .
Tf ltii nardware we have it not the biggest hardware
" but the best
SAVE $ $ $
by buying your nardware and
furniture at The Capital Hard
ware & Furniture Co., 285 No.
Commercial St Phone 947.
ine baiem puDiic iiorary, as
well as other public buildings,
will be closed all day tomorrow
because of ThanksgiTing. The
children's sbortstory hour will be
held as usual on Friday afternoon
and Saturday morning, according
to Miss Flora Case, city librar
Perry H. Raymond, who for
about 14 years has been bailif.
of the state supreme court, re
signed yesterday because of ili
health. Allan Jones, son of Mrs
Blanche M. Jones of Salem and
of the late Charles H. Jones, a.
appointed in his place.
Mr. Jones is an ex-serTice man
and is at present employed witt
the state industrial accident com
mission. For seTeral years ht
was employed by the state lib
The supreme court yesterday
denied a petition for rehearing iL
the case of Husted Walters, wht
first degree and sentenced tc
death for the murder of Jerome
Palmer, a Portland police officer
The crime was committed
November 17, 1920, and Walters
following his conviction in Port
land, was sentenced to be exe
cuted February 10, 1921. An ap
peal to the supreme court stayed
the executions. Walters is now
confined at the state penitentiary
and it will be necessary to take
him back to Multnomah county to
The following opinions
nanaea aown Dy the supreme
Mary M. Deniff, vs. Charles R
Mccormick & Co., a corporation
appellant; appeal from Multno
mah county; action to recover
damages alleged to have been sus
tained by plaintiff while travel
ling as passenger on steamship
Willamette from San Francisco to
Portland. Opinion by Justice Mc
Court. Judge H. H. Belt reversed
and case remanded.
In the matter of the estates of
George H. Bethel and Elizabeth
Bethel, both deceased; Helen
Bethel Pomeroy, et al, appellants,
vs. Ralph R. Pomeroy. adminis
trator; appeal from Coos county;
motion to dismiss appeal over
ruled by Justice McCourt.
Ed Smith and Silas Smith, ap
pellants, vs. Frank Cameron, et
al; appeal from Jackson county;
suit arising out of attempt to ex
ercise power of eminent domain.
Opinion by Justice Harris. Judge
F. M. Calkins affirmed.
Henry Bobell, appellant, vs.
Peter Wagenaar, administrator of
estate of Charley Dennis; appeal
from Lincoln county; action in
ejectment; opinion by Justice
Rand. Judge G. F. Skipworth
M. M. Spratt, vs. Brown Petzel
Lumber company, appellant; ap
peal from Marion county; suit to
foreclose three liens. Opinion by
Justice Rand. Judge G. G. Bing
ham reversed and case remanded
Allie Whitechurch, appellant.
vs. u. p. Mutzig. appeal irom
Multnomah county; action under
al injury. Opinion by Justice Mc-
Bride. Judge John McCourt af
H. E. Kelty, ts. C. T. Fisher
and S. O. Pressler, administrators
of estate of George Westley Sy-
ron, appellants; appeal from Ike
county; appeal from judgments
for $300. Opinion by Justice Mc-!
Bride. Judge Charles F. Stone
reversed acid case remanded. j
David Fletcher, vs. Lena Yates. !
et al, appellants, appeal from j
Washington county, suit to reco?-
er money. Opinion by Chief Jus-;
tice Burnett. Judge George R.
Bagley reversed and case remanded.
Paul Fuchs from Mt. Angel was
in the city for a time yesterday.
He is engaged in the real estate
business there and reports that
business is picking up.
W. A. Eberly of Katalla, Alas
ka, is in Salem visiting at the
home t)f his son. 1010 North
Fifth street. The son is assist-
int state forester.
D. E. Fletcher of Independ-
ence, representative-elect from
Polk county, was a Salem visitor
Hylan Would Drive Ku
Klux Klan from New York
Without a doubt we "have the finest showiai of Thanks- '
giving dinner specialties ever shown la Salem. We have made
strenuous efforts to pet the verv best to be had as most house
wives wish to get away irom th- everyday bill of tare o this
one day. : ' '
Clusters by the pound
Clusters, packages .je.
Clusters, extra fancy, package t.'W
r - r, wh mi , in r.na stunea
aiiv i A v. v "
5 lb. layer Figs -
3 lb. box pulled Figs
Layer Fips. by the pound
Camel package Datfs .
J-'ard Dates, by the pound
Stuffed Dates, pound
Packages stuffed Dates
. S3c and 75c
NEW YORK, Nov. 29. The
board of aldermen today adopted
We made this lot
1. 2 and 4 dou
Richard & Robbins Hum P Vv'.d'n
two months aro. t.o thfy arc well ared.
nd cak is. :wr pound T
1, J, 3 i.nJ 4 lb. cans
Is at all times a hindrance
to those who are afflicted
In these days of hurry
and bustle none but those
who are in perfect condition
can expect to keep their
place on the ladder to suc
cess Why labor under the han
dicap jof poor eyesight when
a few moments spent In our
office will enable us to cor
rect the defect.
501-6 Oregon Bldg.
Oregon's Largest Optica)
Phc-ue 239 tor appointment
Florida grape fruit
Arizona grape fruit
Cape Cod Cranberries, lo.
Oregon Cranberries, lb. ,
Casctaba?, lb. . s ....... .
. . . .t5c and 75c
. ..10c: 2 lbs 03C
23ct 2 lb. 45c
Spitzenbergs. per box . . .
Northern Spys, per box .
Jonathan, per box
Starks" Delicious, per box
. . XI .25
.2 and 1r2
Tomatoes, green peppers, celery, celery hearts, cucumbers,
hpad Irttuce, artichokes, squash, pie pumpkins, sweet potatoes,
carrots, turnips, parlsey.
Turkeys and Geese
The best corn-fed turkeys we could buy. They ore all
young birds, from 10 to 20 pounds each. Yonn rw C to
10 pounds. Frys and chickens to roast.
Roth Grocery Co.
Phone your orders early when possible.
No charge for Je'iTcry
The funeral of Mike Becker,
who died Sunday, will be held to
day from Rigdon's chapel at 2
o'clock. Burial will be in City
NOSE CLOGGED FROM
A COLD OR CATARRH
The funeral of Earl W. Perk
ins will be held today at 10:30
from Rigdon's chapel. Burial will
be in City View cemetery.
Apply Cream in Nostrils
Open Up Air Passages.
Webb & Clough
Expert Emb aimers
Rigdon & Son's
Unequal ed Service
Ah! What relief! Your clog
ged nostrils open right up, the
air passages of your bead are
clear and you can breathe freely.
No more hawking, snuffling, mu
cous discharge, headache, dryness
no struggling for breath at
night, your cold or catarrh is
Don't stay stuffed up! Get a
small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm
from your druggist now. Apply
a little of this fragrant, antisep
tic cream in your nostrils, let it
penetrate through every air pas
sage of the head; soothe and heal
the swollen, inflamed mucous
membrane, giving you instant re
lief. Ely's Cream Balm Is Just
what every cold and catarrh suf
ferer has been seeking. It's just
All kinds of junk and
second-hand goods. "We
pay fall ralae.
215 Center Street
Are unnecessary if our
cough syrup is u,sed.
you and to others.
Are relieved after the
135 N. Com1 Phone 197
"Try the 'Penslar' Drug
Is always in the market
for all kinds of
Jim, Rags, Rubber,
Sacks, SPECIAL, Pa
per 40c per hundred,
Magazines 60c per
We also buy and sell
Top cash prices paid.
I Shone 523. 402 N. Com'!
How Would.You Spend
$50.00 for Christmas?
Are going to help you
solve this problem, and
earn the $50.00.
For the solction see Page 3,
With the "Easter of the Fall" looming on the horizon, this store presents an in-;
teresting scene of activity. The holiday spirit pervades our entire store. Every ;
sort of merchandise for personal adornment as well as for the home is represented
in a wide range of styles and qualities; Alia ?rs for which the .men and women;
of this city will be duly thankful. , ..,.,.,,,sAarfl3i ;
THE END OF OUR BIG THREE DAY v
With more price reductions on more articles you wUi want ?ndt:ctd for making thlr.
big day one of the happiest of all times.
STORE OPEN TONIGHT
TILL 7 P. M.
CLOSED ALL DAY THURSDAY
FREE DELIVERIES with orders oi $2.00 or more in