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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 24, 19
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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
' Appointment Announced
Richard N. Appling has resig-n-
ed as district attorney for Orant
?county and Governor Ritner has
appointed to succeed him E. P.
Trucsdell of Cayon City. Trues-
' dell has been serring as deputy.
O. T. McDanlel, who, surren
deed himself at, the police station
Dm. White and Marshall
Osteopathic physicians, U.S. Bid.
"The Sign of the Rose"
N Coming Xmas Day
"To Hate and to Hold"
: -.-sr New Show Today
"fciil Farnum in
Also two-reel comedy and
, i - $" News "Weekly
Shows Start . promptly - at ;
2-4-6 and 8 pjn.
yesterday as a deserter from the
U. S. naTy is held In the city jail
pending action from Bremerton,
Ties Said. Stolen
Suit -was filed in the Justice
court yesterday by M. C. Black
against John Christy for collection
of $47.50 which the plaintiff
alleges Is the worth of certain
ties which the defendant took and
Special Fried or Roat
Chicken dinner at The Spa to
17 Cared For
The Salem police experienced a
heavy pre-Chrlstmas rush at the
station yesterday evening. Seven
teen men were given beds for the
night. They were: George Jones,
Lloyd Kenny, H. E. Troutmer.
Thomas Manim, T. H. Miller, E. R.
Miller, E. It. Hill, John Meredith.
Jack Irwin, John Walker, August
Larson, Alex Wlllaske, George
Lanford, Wilfred Parrent, E. B.
Devilln, G. Graves, A. Smith and
for life certificates. The results
will probably .not be announced
until later in January.
Special Fried or Roast
Chicken dinner at The Spa to
The Salem public library will be
closed all day today, Sunday and
tomorrow, Christmas, according
to Miss Flora Case, librarian.
Christmas Candy 20c round
Other Christmas novelties.
Store will remain open Sunday
and Monday. The Little Lady's
Store. 1090 Center St., cor. 12th.
dike country, is making a person- in Roseburg, with Mrs. Carson's
al tour of the coast with a view relatives.
of ascertaining the quality of - Col. H. L. Wright of Cloverdale
bulbs grown here. He spent the spent a few hours in the city yes
best part of the day at the tulip terday.
farm of the Oregon Bulb com- Mrs. Morris Hunt, daughter-in-
pany. He said that judging irom Maw 0f j. t. Hunt, county corn-
Lane County Taxpayers
Would Cut Every Item
the quality of bulbs which he had
seen grown by the Oregon com
pany they are of a superior quality.
Roast turkey. roast goose,
cooked right, Bpiced right. Good
Eats Restaurant, 129 South Com-1 friends in Salem
missioner, is spending Christmas
at the home of the latter.
Walter A. Barsch of Oakland.
Cal., is a guest at the home of
Mrs. John A. Carson for the hol
idays. Miss Adelaide Lake of Portland
is spending the week-end with
Catch Law Violator
J. W. Maruney, who passed a
street car in violation of traffic
rules yesterday was arrested and
Salem's Real Gift Store
Th$ Song Shop, open
Christmas Radio Program
The Salem Electric company
has announced that its broad
casting station will enterta:
Christmas listeners with an
hour's program by the Seven
Serenaders. The program will
begin at 3 o'clock Christmas
Capital Drag St
Corner Liberty and State, is
open Sundays from 9 a. m. until
6 p. m. Xmas day from 8 a. m.
until 2 p. m. Secure your forgot
ten gifts. Adv.
nfacDonald's Farmer Almanlc
At Tyler's Drug Store. adv.
H. F. Durham, principal of the
Washington Junior High reported
that someone broke in last night
and stole $21.55 in cash and
helped themselves to the food.
Fitted at Tyler's Drug Store by
an expert In the business. adv.
Moffitt Gets Gift
Members of the police force
last night presented Chief Verden
Moffitt with a beautiful Masonic
ring as a Christmas present and
token of their regard for him.
Special Itoa-nt Turkey
Or chicken dinner today
Christmas. The Spa. Adv.
A Great Sunday
At the armory, 2:30 7:30.
Bring the sick; let God heal
them. Admission free. Adv.
Printery Broken Into
The Rowland Printing company
reported that someone entered
their place of business last night,
through the rear, taking the
hinges off the door. Nothing was
Continuous Show t;
Harold Lloyd in
WtUU BUUVV .
, Twice, as good as
1 Grandma Boy "
Now playing 5th week
Two Take Examinations-
Teachers examinations were
held yesterday for T. O. Davis of
Marlon and . Miss May Hale of
Salem, who were being examined
Harry Hoxle Here
Harry Hoxle, fo'rmerly connect
ed with the state insurance de
partment under Commissioners J.
W. Ferguson, Harvey Wells and
A. C. Barber, is here for Christ
mas. Mr. Hoxle is now located
in San Francisco with the Nation
al Fire Underwriters' association.
but just now is at Astoria where
Special Roast Turkey
Or chicken dinner today
Christmas. The Spa. Adv.
Poultry,- all kinds, Rabbits,
Butter, 'Eggs, Veal, Hogs,
Beef, live or dressed.
155 N, Liberty St. Phone 994
listers workinr on claims result- numpnrey uu du,.b m
" I -a r 1 J J . J JUL
ing from the recent disastrous &a,em au"ng ana rxiun
fire jonnston or ssiiverion; james u
Wilson of Brooks and Jaunjth
Scott of Salem; Glenn Albert and
Luclle Young of Salem, and James
Stout and Goldie Keeney of Sa
Last Minute Xmas
a.m. to 6 p.m. Adv.
SAVE $ $ $
by buying your hardware and
furniture at The Capital Hard
waTeJUFnrniture Co., 285 No.
Commercial St Phone 947,
Three Big dosing' Services
At armory, Sunday 2:30 7:30.
Big Baptismal service Monday,
7.30 at First Christian church.
Christmas (Monday) night
He Invited. Adv.
Legislator Hunts Home
John Throne of Roseburg, mem
ber of the next legislature, waj
here yesterday looking for apart- The song shop Will be
meats during me session. 0r,pn flll dav todav. Adv.
- FOR GIFTS THAT LAST
: HARTMAN BROS.
' - Diamonds, Watches,
Jewelry and Silverware.
Phone 1255, Salem, Oregon
See Smith's Polnsettas
Other Christmas pot plants
and ferns, 349 North Commer
cial street. Adv.
LADD & BUSH, BANKERS
General Banking Business
Office Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
TTmdor V. , QvraaMat aayrrlsta
want to go into partnership with a man
' who has not learned how to save money ?
Maybe your Employer is watching you
today. Can you show him a steadily
growing Savings Account?
Don't you really think you ought to"
start one and start it today.
tThis bank welcomes small accounts and
' 3Compound Interest on Savings-3
United States National Bank
" ' y "The Bask That Service Built"
Member Federal Reserve System
we put in your cellar means
Jast so much comfort Every
lump will bo a heat producer,
not a single piece of slate or
stone in the entire load. v Why
pay for the latter when for the
same money you can get all
coal by ordering here? Also
handle briquettes and wood. :
License Rush On
County officials have been kept
busy during the past two days ac
commodating the Christmas mar
riage license rush. Licenses were
Issued to five couples yesterday
... j They were as follows: James R.
VUO UL IUO UUU1CIUU9 UU
From 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Com
plete line of perfumes, stationery.
Pub- toilet sets, shaving sets, manicure
sets, electrical goods, fountain
pens, Eversharps. Central Phar
macy. Salem Bank of Commerce
Roy Bonier will spend the
Christmas holiday with, his broth
er, George Bohler, nt Eugene.
uless you include the mentally;
and physically weak, who may ba-j
trained either into harmlessness!
or into dangerous members of
society. Any way. Roy Ritner is
a governor sized man. and he isn't ' EUGENE. Ore.. Dec. 23. The
afraid to do what he thinks is : Lane county taxpayer? at their
right, according to his lights, eren i annual budget meeting today
if he is sure it is not popular. I voted to cut down every item in
I the general fund budget for 19C3
I ten per cent and use the money to
II nf n note Thrietmoc be derived from the reduction, to
w. w. v. ww pether with half a mill extra, in ,
rreSeni OT $ I U,UUUj retiring outstanding warrai ts.
i This action was taken as a step
EUGENE. Ore., Doc. ;3. The' toward putting the county on a
8. 42, MJD. .
Oeceral OfUce PracUce
Cancer Treated : '
Office, Tyler's Drug Store
107 8. Conunerclal Street
BITS FOR BREAILFASTI
Dr. B. H. White has returned
to the city after taking a special
course in San Francisco.
To Entertain Prisonei
Frank Bligh. manager of the Special Roast Turkey
Blirh theatre. wlU Monday morn- Op cnicaen dinner toaay
inar donate another Christmas cn- Christmas. The Spa. Adv.
tertainment for the inmates of the
Btate penitentiary. He will take Another Count Filed
the Hickman-Bessey Stock com- In the case of W. J. Turnidge
pany and two acts of vaudeville and Terressa Turnidge vs. N. B
to the prison for a performance Nelson the plaintiffs, who have
beginning at 9 o'clock a.m. Christ- filed a fifth count against the
mas morning. This will be the defendant state that an texchange
A Merry, tThristmas to all!
S "b S
"Th re is born to you this da
in tr.fc city of David, a Saviour,
who is Christ the Lord."
The generals and colonels and
captains and buck privates in the
Willamette university campaign
all deserve turkey, if they like
turkey, today and tomorrow.
They are the fellows who turned
the tide and brought victory at
the last minute of the last hour.
There is a farmer friend of the
Bits for Breakfast man who says
if this spring weather keeps up
he is going to commence planting
There will he other real estate
transfers in and around Salem
thousands of them. The tide is
going to run strong towards
Salem, built on Gibraltar founda
tions that are certain to brat up
100,000 pdople one of these days
and not so very long in the fu
ture. V S
Acting Governor Ritner has
been serving without pay. The
salary goes to Governor Olcott. It
will be the same with Acting Gov
ernor Bean. Governor Ritner's
short term will go down in the
annals as a pardoning ternr; But
the Bits for Breakfast man is
much inclined to think he has not
abused his authority in this re
spect. Certainly not in the case
of old man Campbell, pardoned
yesterday, agad 72, whose old
wife has been almost destitute in
Salem, living here to be near her
husband. The newspaper report
er who covered the case for the
Oregonian at the trial at Rose
burg, says the old man ought to
have killed the neighbor he did
kill two or three years before
if one believed any man should
ever kill another. Any way,
Campbell is not of the class of
confirmed criminals if there is
such a class; and perhaps there
a small one, mostly from edu
cation or latck of education and
environment. There Is no such
thing as a natural born criminal,
13th Christmas that Mr. Bligh has
done this service for the pris
From 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Central
Pharmacy, Salem Bank of Com
merce Bldg. Adv.
of steel ranges was made between
the two, that the defendant repre
sented his range as equal to that
of the plaintiffs but that its
worth was not over $5 against the
$75 range of the plaintiffs. Re
turn of the $75 range is asked,,.
Three Big Closing Services
At armory, Sunday 2:30 7:30
Big Baptismal service Monday,
7.30 at First Christian church.
Christmas (Monday) night. Pub
lic Invited. Adv.
Covey Appointed .
H. 11. Covey, member of the
public service commission, his
been appointed on the western
states transportation committee.
which is a committee of western
bhipping interests. A . W.
Stone, manager of the Hood
River Apple Growers association.
is also a member. The states
embraced in the association are
California, Washington, Oregon,
Idaho. Arizona, Utah, Colorado,
Montana and Nevada.
Open All Day Today
The Song Shop. 'Adv.
. . . t
Helen f '
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cohn of the
Ace wish you a Merry Christmas
Xmas Polnsettols at Reasonable-
Prices. E. B. Flake, flowers.
birds, pets, 273 State. Adv. ;
Will bring yon a buyer.-
Funeral services for the late
Thomas Edward Caufield will be
held Tuesday vnornlng, Dec. 26,
from the Catholic church. The
body is at the Rlgdon mortuary.
S. M. Bassett, teacher at Gates,
was In the city yesterday.
E. C Naftger, chairman of the
Gervais Union high school board
was a visitor in Salem yesterday.
W. C. Hoppes, of Monmoutn,
assistant in the training school
there was in the city for a short
I. G. Boedighimer. farmer of
Stayton was in the city yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Carson are
spending the Christmas week-end
Get them at The Statesman of
fice. Catalog on application.
Buy That Prwnt Today-
Open from 9 a.m. to o p.m.
Central Pharmacy, Salem Bank of
Commerce Bldg. Adv.
Rigdon & Son's
Hit By Car
G. H. McElrov of 1011 South
PComercial street reported that he
was struck by a car at Commercial
and Ferry. He was bruised
somewhat although injuries were
not reported as serious.
Baked Spring Chicken
With dressing. Jack's
Webb & Clough
Bulbs Are Superior
G. Overturn of Lisse, Holland.
was a visitor at the Oregon Bulb!
company yesterday. '. Mr. Over-
burn, who Is with Tromp Broth-1
eroTwIrolesale bnrb growera ef the
Clancy, Florist, Inc.
125 North High. Phone 38
In our examinations
In our methods
In our glasses
For our success
r tO 1-6 Oregon Bldg.
Oregon's Largest Optical
Phone 239 for appointment
Wishes you a Merry
Christmas and hopes
that you will enjoy
perfect health thru
out the year.
University of Oreron today receiv
ed a Christmas gift of $l'f0u in
cash from Mrs. Alice W. Wrisley
of Asbury, X. J., who has request
ed that ber gift be used as a
student loan fund.
The sum is the largest benefac
tion received by the University
since Alumn! and others gave
128,000 in September to launch
the endowment campaign of "ten
million dollars in ten years."
The present warrant debt f th
county is J 103,000.
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Classified Ads. in TCe
Statesman Bring Results
May this find you happy
healthy and thrifty
102 N. ComX Phone 523
162 Vi Com'l. St. Phone 297.
Merchants' Lunch li.c
American I)iishe Chinese Dishes
Open 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Music and dancing 9 p.m. to 1 a.m
To Our Friends and
Students, Old and
We welcome through the
Our old friends, tried
Our hearts leap up and
There's open house for
YT i iiiP T -ii i f
Wishing all our friends a
Very Merry Christmas
Happy New Year f
Giese Furniture Co.
"Where Your Credit Is Good"
Accept Our Kind
P ' Wisbesfr 1
r lipOr The time of self sacrifice for our fellow men, -JCv S 1' jf
I P I pleasant words and kind deeds, good JJ
Make this a better world by continuing JlT
Jj the Xmas tpirit the other 364 days of