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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON "
TUESDAY MORNING. DECEilBER 26, 1922.'
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Sis months' contract, per mo. ' 15
12 month' cob tract, per mo. ..12e
Minimum for any advertisement .2 So
i FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
W. II. Burghardt, Jr.
Resident Agent 371 State St.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Real Estate
T. K. FORD
(Over Ladd & Bash Bank)
r.iiRT II STOLEN- LARGE DARK
yellow, collie, answers U the name of
tiiep. Collar nwober :7t5. Kewani.
. -Call T Va, Jefferson, Herbert Loongy.
-TOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT MOMENT
, fire may destroy year life saving,
i Why not protect against each a ealam
- ity I He u today, aboot your iosur
.raftce needs.- We write for only reli-
( attie companies, aiuiuicj m r oiey,
! acta.. Bash Bank Bid.
10 ROOM HOUSE N. CAPITOL,
aaath of creek. Saan at $40UU. Poo
'., .session September 1. Will rent of
i buyer until that date. Harris. 024 N.
I Capitol; phone 1942-J.
if WANTED A MAID FOR GENERAL
j . housework. 881 N. Summer St. Call
MAUs Oh I-MA B
? WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO
lake farm paper subscriptions, a goou
proposition to the right people. Ad
drew the Pacific Homestead, Statesman
CATHOLICS. WISHING TO MARRY,
Tr' HAAkUfc fro.- Addreift Horn Club.
r - iooi ca urmou a$n-a, mi.m.
?UET M Al CRIED BE8T MATRIMONIAL
paper published. rree lor stamp.
J " Correspondent. Toledo, Ohio.
BIROS. PETS AKD 1X0 WIS S
THIS YEAR GIVE LIVING PRESENTS.
. Flake baa them, 873 State.
IF YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
!. feras paper,1 lend 15o te the Pacifie
: HmuimiI. Ralam. Orenn. for a three
.y moatha' IrfaU subseriptiea. . MenUea
t tale at. - ''' -.) : "
j i . LIVX8T00X - '
HOGS FOR SALE CHEAP MY MAN
I on the farm H alck.v I must close oat
f i my stock hogt. Will sell a time to
1 reliable parties. Have aows that will
' farrow in a few days up to April. Also
H a few small pigs. Joha H. Scott. 228
f Oregon Bldg . -
I rtitn rmf!KERlNQ GRANT). IS GOOD
A r ehape. Will glee aoioe torma. H U
gqtt purniture Ca. T
FOR SALE GOOD USED MAHOGANY
piano left to sell. Price I20O,
tenia. H. It. SUff Fnrnltmio Co, Me
als department -
POULTRYMEN SEND EIGHT TWO;
aant atamna far smecimi tui w uvut".
. trial for the beat and oldest Journal la
a. ...I TTa articles end advertlse-
saeau aiw of apecial inter .st ta the
nultrv braedara of . the Northwest.
' Jiorthwatt Poultry Journal. 211 Com
! aaerelsl stresL- Salem, Oregon;
J 18-INCH OLD.
5 Phone 77-ri.;
FIB, FOB. 8ALE.
4 FOR SALE OLD FIB WOOD.
'A 1182-4 v .v- -
E3T GRADE MILL WOOD 4 FOOT
- ; and 18-lneh. prompi aaiivery.
4 able price. Fred . Well. 80S 8.
- Church. Phona 1543.
WOOD FOR SALE - UBOl SECOND
j growth aad 18" oH to. Qail Id".
' FULLER BRUSHES - 1
, aentativa. Primes." 1987
. LOCAL REPRE-
"H92S CALENDARS FREE. HOMER H.
Bmlta isnjTM agtncyw -...
-uoTirru a a . oif-ra. "BEIJECT THEM
front tna newer n J?"?""
8hop. IIS Ks Liberty St. Erery 60
nnrehaae alvea ion a number, on
;" , fconntlfn doll.
.BUMMER LCGGAGX REDUCED WALL
J paper romnanta, piaster, -'"-'-7i
C.i..t .tai. aarnet. 41.85. Endurance
1:: wiu 'a- ka... nai.L Knlaomlae. lOe
3J. OoTli. , mattrMea, $8.60.
. Steel springs 85.00. Max O. Bnren.
1 17S S. OommeTclal 8t ,
rOR BALE. 0LT' NEWSPAPERS, 10
; eeata a bund lev Circulation department.
' -j Oregon BtatDsaa. (
1 ''Rfiautiful Oregon Rose
. hod eleven other Oregon aenga. together
,-a with fine collection of patriotic songs,
f sacred songs and many old-time fevor-
ALL FOB SSo , 4 .
k - t (Special prices in quantity 10U)
T:spelally adaptable for school, eemmua
CyTr homo singing. - 8end for
I' Western Songster
1 II pages, now In its third edition.
I , Published by .
I OREGOJf TEACHERS MONTHLY
.iH P. rWiwmarcial 8t? Rmi. Ov
:l FOR RENT
OR RENT FIVE ROOM FURNISHED
flat. Modern exeeps lurnac-w
In. Referencee required. Address
Ml, rara Statcamaa.-
RNISHED APARTMENT FOB RENT
FOR RENT FURNISHED FLAT AT
if 884 ft Ferry street, $30 a oa
f Phoaa 48. or PPy Statetman busl
f a ess office. ' ,
vm Di'vT S.ROOM HOUSE. AT 1052
f .-r-.-. .imt S20 a month. Aopl
ifr at St
atesman business off ic phone
k DESIRABLE ROOM 0R TWOfOB
t rent oirmi wp""" .j;
; ... stale Honse. rli
, r-ierencea. v Address . "H 1P1.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST LADD ft BUSK CnECK BOOK;
rf 5 in X'iand2'. Phone 66J. ........
WANTED FURNITURE. TOOLS. ETC..
WANTED TO BUY HOUSEHOLD FCR-
aiture, tools, miscellaneous artielte.
YOU HAVE ABSOLUTELY NUMBKK
one Potatoes, we can handle them.
Mangia Bros., Salem, Oregon.
WANTED FURNITURE. TOOLS. MA
eaiaery, stock, etc WiU bey for cask
r sell oa eommlaatoa. Phone til. !
Woodry. the auctioneer.
WANTED EVERYTHING' IN HARD-
ware and furniture. Bst prices paid.
THK CAPITAL HAKOWAKK
28S N. Commercial St. phone 947.
AUCTIONEER OF FARM AND PER-
aonal property. G. Satterlee, 180 N.
Commercial St., room 21, over People's
Cash Store. Residence phone 1211-J.
Ufllce phone 430.
AUCTIONEER F. N. WOODHY, THE
livestock, furniture, real estate aue-
tioneer. Phone 511 for sale dates.
Ra. 1610 N. Summ-r.
COL. J. B. GABLE
farm and city aales.
160 S. High.
IRON STEEL, BRASS, ALUMINUM
Bring the pieces. Oxo-Gas Heating Co.
ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS
HUGH R. ROBERTSON ft CO. MEM.
brr American Institute of Accountants.
Accountants. Auditors, Income Tax Ser
. vice. Portland, Ore., and Minneapolis,
Miun. Address: 1517 Yeon Bldg.,
THE GOOD MAXWELL GINGRICH
Motor Co.. 871 Court.
BATTERY AND ELECTRICIAN
AUTO ELECTRICIAN; EXPERT TROU
Lie shooting. 218 N. High. Pbone 203.
R. D. BARTON KX1DE BATTERIES,
starter and generator work. 171 S
PRESTO-UTE BATTERY SERVICE
Button. Expert battery aad electrical
. work. Farria Bros. Phone 1803. 41 S
FORD OWNERS LOOK! WE ARE
ruanln a Ford aoecial darlna Decem
ber only. Hare your Ford painted for
' Xmas. Surprise your friends. Re
1 mamhar. our sDeeial Drice on Fords Is
for December only. Don't miss this
ODDortumty. Reliance Auto Painting
Co- 210 Slate, rnr. Front. 2nd floor.
STORAGE. $3.50 MONTHLY. DEAD
atorage 3 00 monthly. Ferry St. Gar
age, 644 Ferry.
TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
STORAGE GAS OIL. GUARANTEED
ranairinc. Universal Garage, 660
USED PARTS 1-8 te 1-8 OFF. MIKE'S
Anta wrecking Honse. nuns
Commercial. Phone 688.
OILS, GREASE. ALEMITE SERVICE
for all makes. Tompkin ft Heine, 219
N. Commercial. .,'-.. .
BICYCLES AND REPAIBJNQ
LLOTD E. RAMSDEN DAYTON BICY
elea ana repairing, amt wwi.
t- HARRY W. .
'The Cycle Man'
147 8. Commercial
OLESON'S AUTO EXCHANGE TJSED
ears, bought, told or aold on commia
lids. Daily or montniy atorage.
WANTED A FEW MORE CARS TO
saint or repair. Painting and repair
ing both done by men who are experts
i in their line." Also a few good buya in
sed.eara. Miner's Garage. 80S N.
RADIATOR II FENDEB REPAIRS
RADIATORS FENDERS. BODIES.
made or repaired. 3. O. Bair, 849
; : BXPAIB SHOP
W ft R. AUTO REPAIR SHOP Wr
also: do, all kinds of repairing. 8s ws
filed, aciasors, knivea aad lawnmowers
srrouad. t Soldering work done. Old
. Lovaa made new. Aatos stored by
,day or month. Wo will sell or trade
your ed car for yon. Bring it In to j
us. All work f uaraateed. 11a a.
Commercial. In rear - of Neimeyer
Drag Store. Phona 167.
CARPET AND BUG WEAVING
CARPET . AND RUG WEAVING
-Pnone before 9 a. m. . 84 P31.
ACME CHOCOLATE " SHOP "JUST
' Candy." Strictly ho emaae. 1x1 a.
CARPET AND FLUFF SUQS
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC WE NOW
weave fluff rule made out of old ear
pets, any length or width yon desire.
We also re-fit, re-sew end sisa carpets
Feather renovating and mattress steam -
in and re-making. Salem Carpet
Cleaning and Fluff Rug Works. Phone
SAI EM ELECTRIC CO MASONIC
BuHding. Phone 1200.
ELECTRIC FIXTURE AND SUPPLY
Co. Phone 1934. 828 N. Ubirty.
HALIK'S ELECTRIC SHOP ELEC
. trieal machine repairing, contracting.
$37 Court. Ph.no 488.
ARCHIE FLEENER, ELECTRICIAN
Hanaa wirinc by hoar or contract.
Estimates furnished. Phone 930, 414
Ceorl St .
CHIMNEY SWEEPING FURNACE
eleaninc. F. Councilman, mono oj.
DR. H. L. HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
diseeso. 158 Ui-ti St.; pnone
CLEANERS AND DYERS
SPICK N' SPAN CLEANERS AND
dyera. 644 State
CO. 405 COURT I
WM NEIMEYER "JUST DRUGS,"
, 7S V rnmmo ial. phone 1S7.
WANT A 3i00 LOAN ON
ranch. Socolofsky. 341 State.
20-YEAR FAUST LOANS ON RURAL
eradit titan. Dre payment provisions al
lowed. We. will fiaaace yea for a less
rat- of interest than any firm an tie I
' Private money to lean en either do
Of country property.
R, W. Marsters
411 Orejon Bailtlinj.
MARION-POLK COLXTY FARM LOAN
association baa money to loan t (S
W. D Smith, seer-tary treasurer. 803
Salem Bank ol Commerce.
A. C. Bohrnstedt
407 Masoaie Temple. Salem, Ore.
FURNACES 198 S
GIESE FURNITURE CO. QUALITY
fnrnitur for l-ss money. 38 Court
PEOPLE'S FURNITURE STORE NEW
and second hand furniture. 271
CUT FLOWERS AND FLORAL PIECE8.
Delivery. 0. Y. Breithaupt, florist,
123 North Liberty street. Pbone 3dO
Ladies' Wearing ADDarel
8PENCER CORSETS TO ORDER
Uressmaking. Carrie Fisher. McCor
SALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING,
pleating, buttons, stamping aad needle-
rora. aae uregOB mag. rnooe miw.
MRS. 0. E. MILLER HEMoTITCHIf O.
stamping, buttona. Koom 10. ovr alii
ler s store. 1'bone 117.
CAPITAL HOTEL CORNER. STATE
aad Commercial, rnone oju
ARLINGTON HOTEL CLEAN. COSY;
60 up. 462 State.
W. J. MAYER, HIGH CLASS LADIES
tailoring; long coats, suits and dreeaes.
Room 7. KcConnack Bldg. mono .
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY, S10 8.
Liberty street. Phone 25. Oldest
largest best. Established I bow.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work, prompt service. i-o
Broadway. Phone 165
YALB HAND LAUNDRY. 186-194 .
12th Rt now oneratine under new
men a cement. i make a specialty oi
band work on wool and sua laurics.
Also family washing, rough dry or wet.
WB MOVE. STOKE AND SHIP HOUSE
hn M roods. Our soeciaity ta pian
and furniture moving. We also mate
aountry trips. NVa handle the best
Mil and wood. Call on us for prices.
u,'a viva rood measure, cood Quality
and rood service. Larmer Transfer
Co. Phone 930.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 330
Slate St. Pbone 933. DistriDuting,
forwarding and atorage oar specialty.
Get our rates . ?
PARKER'S STAGE IINES
3 W Parker. General Manager
Central Stage Terminal Salem, Qregon
SALEM-8ILYEHTU3 VI vi stun
Leaves Salem, Central Stage Terminal:
7 a. m, 11 a. m.. o p. m
Leavee Silverton. News Stand:
8 a. m.. 1 t. m 8 p. m.
Salem-Independence-Monmouth D'v'f wn :
'.eaves Salem Central Btage lerminai:
T n. m., i. a, , n i. a, p.
8 o. m.
.eaves Monmouth, Monmouth Hotel:
a -is a. m 1 n. m.. C:15 v. m.
Leaves Independence, Beaver Hotel.
8:30 a. m, 10 a m., 1:15 p. m. 4 p. m.
nr. n.ka' mnneetlona at Salem to all
part of the rolley. extra trips o,
J. W. PARKER. General Manager.
SECOND HAND GOODS
SALEM BARGAIN HOUSE BUYS AND
alia eaeond-hana inrnirure. 1001a
Junk. 820 N. Commercial. Phone 492
WANTED EVERYTHING IN CLOTH
tnc and shoes. Best prices
ttl Exchance. 342 N. Commereiel.
Phone 18fi8 W
ciitll Or VrVOF.RS UAKoAun,
. IT . - i
refuse of all xmas removea. vmiivv-
cleaned. Phcna 167 or 1595 W.
wua cn-'j . ; .
amrrvniB n k k. v 11: r. ifi' -
--..t 1. Naal aeinnEWJ 1 1 uavwaw
an aif all kinda removed by the I
month. Rcasonsble ratea. Phonee:
Office 629. residence 8058.
STOVES AND STOVE. REPAIRING
crnvro Rimmi- AND REPAIRED
1 u l c w , . .
40 years' experience, uepot n
fanea. aiaea 36 to 28 tncbes Bign
tj. : . anit varnishes, etc.. logaa
e an,t knn hooks. Salem fence and
Stove Worka. 850 Court ilreot. Phone
MOUNTAIN BALM OOUGH REMEDY
Phona 617 W.
rn orastaIN CLOTHING CO. SUITS
and overeoata. use my ium; v'm
805 Stats St.
liln v. . ' v.
.1.... p.rrv C. CamubelU 317 N
c i (wiil.r, fnlcanncn w
IT ivn U. CO. SPECIA.L.T x Uin-w
. a,ul welders. Aniomouve " "
490 Ferrr- Phona 8ti4.
SALEM CONSERVATORY OF MU8IO-
AU branches tanfnt, aipiomas i
John R. Sites, director. 1237 Conrt
sin in JAZZ PIANO P LAYING
1 lassOBB rasrsnteea. watermen
flvat-m. . B. Clark, mar, McOornecl
wrmrTKH a SMITH MACHINISTS
ene-ineers. welders, iieaia cjuua
Phone 663-345 Fer
GEO. C. WILL flASUS. rnuju
rapQS, aewing machines, aneet mnsic
i-j .i.aa atndlea. Reuairlnc phono
anaa anA aewine machinee. 43?
EDWARD WELP EXPEKIE.NCr.u
niaiui tnnar. Lesvs eroera vtui
J.riT CLEMENT BALE MS Oil'
tuner, is back. Can. wnte
phone 1774. the Sonj Shop, opposit
tbe court noose.
W HONG NOODLE
BIN SIN NOODLE HOUSE CHOP
av 40e: ouffed rice. 20e: noodles.
30e; fried noodles, 60c
189 8. Lib-
COMPLETE LINE TREES SMALL
fruits, ornamentais. Capital City Nor
aery Co., 426 Oregon Bldg. Phone 73
FOB SALE OREGON CHAMPION
gooseberry plants. P. W. Weelke. Bt.
Box 131. Salem.
rRUITLASD NURSERY HAS A SALES
yard at Cherry City Feed Barn, 544
Ferry Street. Trees ready for plant
lug. See me before buying. Phone
PAPEEHANQING AND FAINTING
PHONE GLENN ADAMS FOR HOUSE
d-rorating, paper hanging, tinting, etc
ROWLAND PRINTING CO. JOB
printing. Masonic Temple.
PLUMBING REPAIRING AN O COIL
work. Piione 1397 J. Shop. IU
Union street. A. L. Godfrey.
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOR A
new Victor or Brunswick. H. L. Stiff
Furniture Co., Music Dept.
SHERMAN. C AY ft CO.. PIANOS
Sle'nways, Duo-Art aud others. Moore's
Music House, 415 Court street and
Mason ie Temple.
HUB RESTAURANT MOST REASON
able price. Johnaon Barry. liy S
8ALEM VARIETY STORE CHINA
ware, glassware, to?s. notions, and mil
SALEM WATER, LIGHT ft POWER CO.
Office, 801 South OoDiiueriial St. Ten,
per cent discount on domestic flat
rales paid in advance. No deductions
for aLsrnce or any cause unlesa water
is shut off your premis a.
WOOD SAWING PHONE 1131.
country. Ed. Sproed.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Armory, First, third Mondays
DR. 8. F. 8COTT. GRADUATE NA
tional University Sciences, Chicago
Maaoaie Temple. Pbone 840.
DR. S. R. SMITH, CHIROPRACTOR, I
822 Oregon Bldg. Phone 804.
DR. LENA A. BOONE, CHIROPRACTOR,
475 8. Commercial. Hours 10 te 18
1 S. Phone 1415.
DRS. SCOTT ft SCOFIELD. P. S. C
Chiropractors. 414-19 U. S. Bank Bldg.
Phone 87; ree. 8Z8-K.
MORRIS OPTICAL CO.
GLASSES FITTED BY THE BOW Op
tical Co., 825 State street, opposite
Ladd ft Bash Bank. "Uia Quality
MAGNETIC HEALING DR. A. L
E rants. Acute end chronic A.
Phone 780. 85-88 Breymaa Bloek.
DR. A. SLAUGHTER ACUTE AND
chrome diseases. 415 Oregon Bldg.
DRS. WHITE AND
U. 8. Bank Bldg.
DR. FOSTER 404 OREGON BLDG.
Phones 756. 2024-J.
DR. w. L. MERCER OSTEOPATHIC
physician and surgeon. Kirksville
graduate, 404-405 U. S. National Bank
Bldg. Pbone. office 919-, res. 614.
DR JOHN L. LYNCH OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and Surgeon, 403-404 Ore
gon Bldg. Phones, office 1394; res.
BROKEN ARCHES AND OTHER DE-
fortuities of the feet corrected without
losa of time from your occupation.
Drs. White ft Marshall. U. S. Bank
- REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE MODERN NEW FIVE-
room bungalow on North Summer St.
Lot 50x150. Price $3350. Terms.
W. G. Krueger
. f Oregon Bldg.
IF YOU HAVR PROPERTY KOR SALE,
that it priced right, phone 347.
M, J, Hunt
HAVE BDYER FOR SEVEN OR EIGHT
room house within eight blocks of nni
M. J. Hunt
Ladd ft Bush Bldg.
Portland income and residence property
in ezchaas-e for farms, orenarde ana
lands in the Valley. Come and see us.
we mar do you a service.
The Fleming Realty Co,
841 State St.
ANDERSON ft RUPERT
Successors to Laflar A Lnfla
40A-T Oregoa Bldg.
HAVE A CASH CUSTOMER
strictly modern 6 room house.
JO acres, with modern improvements:
photos can be seen at my office. Want
a Salem residence, about S4000; price.
22 acres. 2 miles oat. fair improvements.
electricity in the house, on good road,
onlv $3700, $1400 cash, balance to be
60 acres, finest bottom, on pavement;
fair improvements, runntns wat-r; will
take Salem residence to $1000; price
$150 per acre.
Business opportunity on State St., witn
20 loot front.
Close-in bnsines proporty, 8il0"
with two dwelling. Pr'r $12,000.
S mom nlastered cottare. lights, water
and toilet. Price $1700; $000 d..wn
balance $20 per month, interest 6
B room modern home, best location in
Salem, near State Honse, large lot
Price $16,000: $5000 cash, balanca
New five-room bnnralow. with cement
, basement near State St. car. Price
$4000. $2100 down.
9 room modern home aonth Salem, on
paved street, near car line. true
$5250; $1000 down, balance $25 per
Real Estate k Fire Insurance.
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co,
375 State St, . S. Bank Bldg.
HOME BUILT TO SUIT. SMALL PAY-
meat down, balance monthly. Phone
New bungalow tloou, eay terms. Good
none. (lie block out. lot Bjxl6. o
paved street, IvDO, easy terms. Waal
a buuie a payiaeul on a 40 aTe far
en paved highway. Want a hi met o
Dodga car aa payment on a cloe in
home. Wsst a home as paymtnt or
ciiuice five acre tract. Smll huuse
rent, 88.00. F. L. Wood. 341 Slate St
FOR SALE ROOMING HOUSE, 12
rooms, fine location, cheap rent. 409
State St. Comptcn Real Entate.
STRICTLY MODERN HOUSE BE
twecn Court and State streets in East
Salem. This haa everything ou wan
and is a bargain at 850OO. Good terms
can be arranged.
AS l hi State at.
acre, most all in fruit; good modern
house, good barn and chicken boas,
mile from car line. Priced very low
for $5000; will take house in Salem
not over $2000.
160 acree near Hood River. Will trade
for Canada land.
33 1H State Stre. t.
I HAVE MANY BEAUTIFUL HOMES
for sale for you to choose from.
Gertrude J, M. Page
49'2 X. Cottage St.
A nice 6 room house in good condition,
well located. Price only 81700, 8500
cash, balance easy payments. See us
for bsrgain in houses. Let us write
Mills & Copley
331Vs State St.
For Sale or Trade
10-sere farm with fair improvements, on
good road. Price 83500; trade for city
property. 1 acres with improve
ments. 4 milca north; price $1500;
trade for city. 42-acre farm, good soil.
small house and barn, l.'0-a. in cultiva
tion, 6 a. young orchard, aome timber
and pasture; price $4000; tak- part iu
city property. Apartment house, 16
rooms, good location, $7500; trade
good house. 8 rooms, with modern con
veniences, $4000; trade for acreage
t-tose in; might pay difference if you
have property to sell or exchange. Call
Childs & Bechtel
540 State St.
"What you don't want for what you do
want. Do you want 4 lots in Port
land, well located, plenty of fruit.
Price 81000. mortgage 8500. for Salem
lots. 4 room bungalow Hubbard,
worth $11100, clear of debt, for Salem
lot or lots. General store, small town
doing flue business, including store
building and 7 room mod. n borne,
f 15,000, for small ranch near some
good town in the Valley. Large list of
fine alfalfa and fruit ranches irrigated,
at Kennewick, HermUton and Boisv
Idaho, for Salem and Valley farms
Many Eastern Urezon and Washington
atock and grain farma for alley farms
Middle West farms, Nebraska, Kan.
Colo., Wis., Minn., Dak., Mont., and
Wyoming, for various kinda of farms
in the West. We have hundreds of
listing to exchange. See ua for any
kind of trades.
A, W, Estes Realty Co,
418 Oregon Building.
"Whatever else you may say
I atout WTillard Mack In h.is new
knows his Northwest Mounted,
says Guy Price, dramatic critic
of the Los Angeles Herald, in
commenting on the play which
has been running1 in Los An
geles for a short time.
"Mr. Mack has done more to
immortalize the be-saddled red
coats of the bleak Canadian
country than any one else, save
possibly Robert W. Service, the
poet, and James Oliver Curwood,
I the proselst, it was Mack wrote
-and acted "Tiger Rose. ' the
delightful word picture of the
North's open spaces heroizlng
the members ot tha Royal
mounted, and ever before that
his pen splashed superlatives or
praise in the same direction.
The plot of the "Bulldogs"
centers around rum running
over the Canadian border with
two men struggling ror the love
of one woman. Mack himself,
author-actor, plays the part of
the policeman. The play opened
in Los Angeles and is bookea
to be in Salem January 3 at the
OFFICERS ON TRAIL
OF MOB LEADERS
(Continued from page 1)
graduate course. Eirorts to lo
cate him there have failed and hi3
whereabouts are unknown to offi
cials. It was the attempt on his
life that was said to have culmin
ated In the event of August.
Many Citizens implicated
Testimonial of a sensational
nature implicating many substan
tial citizens of Mississippi and Ar
kanas as well as Louliana is ex
pected to be developed by the
state at the open hearing.
The hearing, as the term indi
cates, will be open to the public
and for the purpose of develop
ing the facts in the murder of
these two men.
Affidavits will be made against
all persons pointed to by the evid
ence as probably implicated.
All persons will be free to en
ter this court of justice and submit
their testimony under oath. At
the conclusion bf the hearing a
grand jury will be invoked.
A Morehou&e grand jury short
ly after the kidnaping announced
It could not . find any evidence
upon which to return indictments.
At that time It was not definitely
established that the missing men
' were dead.
WEALTHY TO BE
NOTED Bf U. S.
Census Bureau to Make De
cennial Termination of
Riches of Public
WASHINGTON. Dec. 2'.. The
decennial termination by the cen
sus bureau of the wealth of the
people of the United States what
taxes they pay and the amount of
their public debts. 6tate, county
and city, and other sub-divisions
permitted to Issue securities, will
be parted January 1.
Officials said today tnelr plans
were virtually complete for the
work which it Is expected, will be
accomplished in about six months.
Public Debt ScrutlnUed
Much interest attaches to the
census of the public debts be
cause of the move for a constl-
utional amendment prohibiting
the further issue of tax exempt
bonds and because it is not now
known the length to which the
sale of tax exempt securities have
gone. Treasury officials have said
at the continued issue of tax ex
empt securities has forced a much
higher federal tax rate because of
the tendency of large taxpayers
to invest in that form of securi
Efforts will be made, once the
amount of tax exempt securities
is computed, to establish the cost
to the American people as a whole
of the continued issue of tax-free
Criterion on File f
The census of 10 years ago
gives criterion for estimating the
present outstanding amount of
such bonds, it was said by offic
ials who pointed out that the war.
time and post-war issues of se
curities of political sub-divisions
had tremendously increased the
total. The new issues, it was as
serted, had come at a time when
the federal government was in
creasing its own debt, and taxes
at a rate unequalled In the na
tion's history. The federal gov
ernment consequently, it was said,
had been forced to pay higher in
terest rates and raise its taxes to
unprecedented figures because of
the flow, of money into the bonds'
which paid no taxes, either on
principal or interest.
Data Hard to Find
Collection of the data by the
census bureau is regarded as one
of its hardest tasks, second only
to the census of the population.
The bureau's representatives must
go into every county in the union
and in some instances, will have
to search records of school and
road districts as well as the flies
of other local authorities.
(Continued from page 1)
rest. All her theatrical plans are
necessarily out of the question for
a long time."
Madame Bernhardt's physicians
said tonight that they would issue
no statement in view of the change
for the better. One hopeful sign,
they added, was that their patient
was again taking interest in food
For the members ot her house
hold, one of the big problems is
to keep Mme. Bernhard'ts mind
off the theatre. She has said re
peatedly that if she could not act
any more she would be sure to
BY YOUNG MANIAC
(Continued from page I)
er was found, the lad's with a
bullet wound in the left temple
and the man's with one in the
Letters Made Threats
"Last spring while we lived
on Bainbridge island Neuriter
used to take us for boat rides."
narrated Helen Engel. "We
thought It was a lot or fun,
until he tried to make love to
me. I let him know plainly that
I did not care for him. but I
did not know how it affected
him until my brother and I
were walking along a road on
the island one day, and Neuriter
fired a shot at us. After that
my folks got silly letters from
him, threatening our lives and
saying that he intended to take
b.is own, but we didn't think
much about them."
Tot's Mother Faints
When Mr. and Mrs. EngelJ
fled they went to the home of
Fred Plagalli, across the street.
After Plagalli had watched the
Engol house for a time from be
hind a stump with a shotgun in
his hands. Plagalli and Mrs.
Engel. the latter foremost, enter
ed her home. The first thing
"Mrs. Engel saw was little LHy
lying dead at the foot of the
Christmas trre with the dolls
on her breast. The mother
One pistol was found in Neu
rlter's hand. The other two,
empty, but with the barrels
powder fouled, lay on a table
amd Christmas gi'ts end a
utter nf tinsel string and
The difference between a ' born
leader" and a cultivated one Is
that the latter has to work a
French Heeled Slippers, Bas
que Dresses and Soiled
Clothes Gi.en Poor
"Isnt that just like Jane to
send me for Christmas the card
tray 1 pave hr last year? That
makes five trays I received this
year. I'll just have to put them
away and work them off on some
one durine the next year as wed
The speaker passe! out of hear
ing and a prominent Salem club
woman who had heard the remark
chuckled as she remarked "Yes
or send them to the committee in
charge of the Christmas boxes fot
the poor next year. I am sure
card trays would be as useful as
limp leather bound volumes of
Shakespeare, Thackeray and a
few more of the same literary
"You know I thought that ev
ery old fashioned basque dress in
Salem had been contributed to the
Red Cross during the war. Jbul 1
found a few left over for the poor
when I helped the committee pre
pare the packages last week. I
suppose there are even more of
them left which will in due time
nmko an appearance.
-What folks imagine the poor
could do with two boxes of dis
carded linen collars is more than
I know. I am sure, however,
that they would be as useful as
the dainty satin and velvet
'spooled' French heeled slippers
that were sent for the same pur
"Some folks have consideration
enough to wash the discarded
clothing which they send in to be
distributed to needy families, but
many of them didn't do even this
Almost without exception, only
those packages coming from the
middle class homes were In addi-'
tion marked plainly with the age
of the child for which the gar
ment might be used.
"Few of the children making!
requests for a visit from Santa
asked for toys, or if they did. the
request was supplementary to a
request for shoes and clothing.
Many could not be supplied from
the array left with the committee.
Many asked for bedding, and in
all the vast number of articles
contributed not any bedding was
"A great amount of clothing,
clean, definitely marked and con
taining many days of wear, were
included, but if you could hear
some of those men in charge Ask
ing 'Will this fit a ten-year-old
girl?" while they held a narrow
toed high heeled slipper in their
hand, you would feel perhaps that
maybe these busy men of affairs
could better afford to contribute
cash and let someone buy what
was really needed for those who
so trustingly asked."
10 BE DECORATED
Adjutant General White Will
Present Medals in Port
Field colors of " the 147th field
artillery will be formally decor
ated with tbe crotx de - guerre
awarded by the French govern'
ment for distinguished battle ser
vice, at an Impressive event of
parade, muster and review of all
Oregon national guard troops, lo
cated in Multnomah next Thurs
day night. This was announced
Sunday by Hrigadier General
George A. White, adjutant gener
al of Oregon.
The decoration of the regimen
tal colors will be conferred upon
Battery A, Oregon's oldest mill
tary organization which served
through five battles with the
147th field artillery- The nation
al emblem carried by the 147th
throughout the war was bestowed
upon the two Oregon batteries
when the war endeel and was
brought to this state by Captain
James S. Gay, now In command of
Battery A and who commanded
the Oregon battery in France.
The crois de guerre and the
five silver battle rings awarded by
the government and which will be
attached to the battery guidon
will be formally presented by
General White, who went over
seas as an officer in the brigade
to which Battery A belonged and
who also was a part of the same
command on the Mexican border
The ceremonies will open at the
Portland armory at 8 o'clock
Thursday night, and a number of
state and city officials, members
oT the legislature and the public
at large have b.?en invited to at
tend. . Battery A will be brought
before the entire command sta
tioned In Portland, according to
arrangements completed by the
board of officers of Mnltnomah
county. All troops will be In
light field equipment and will
parade in steel heimets and with
Some other awards are to be
made. These will include several
faithful service medals and a ail
ver cup awarded for highest effl
ciency. A medal for 25 years of
continuous serrlce In the ..Qregoa
national guarJ, which v includes
two overseas expeditions; will M
awarded to Lieutenant Colonel
Eugene Moshberger of Woodburn.
The troops wi.l b under the
command of Lieutenant Colonel
Hiram l Welch of the ISUi In
fantry who was in command of
Hattery A many years before lha
"Battery A was cited for the
croix do guerre." said General
White, -for an operation at; Ju
viene, France, when, as a parf of
the 14 7th field artillery, it backed
up a French Moroccan division la
action against the German.- .The
battery will soon cetebra te "Its
55th birthday. The veteran Ore
gon battery served In the Spanish
American war. spent ntne month
on the Mexican border . withits
guns trained on Mexican, and was
In the first overseas expeditions
as a part of the 66th brigade of
the 41st division. Whtn the 41st
division was broken up - for" re
placements the battery went to
the 32nd division and first went
into action against the Kaiser on
the Marne. It was in every tight
thereafter. Its present command
ing officer, Captain Gay. was
decorated on the field of battle .by
the French government for .signal
gallantry in commanding the bat
tery in action when wounded by
After tha military events In
Portland Thursday night tho up
per floor of the armory mill . be
thrown open to the members of
tho national guard and t their
friends for dancing. Music for
the dance will be furnished by the
band of the 162nd Infantry: "The
board of officers will entertain at
an informal reception for which
cards have been sent out.
IS A BIG EVENT
(Continued from page 1)
McDonald of Portland a monln
ago. than for any of the "main
events." Not much Is known
of Smith, save that he la said
to be good, and that he has
had. excellent success.
The other two tour-round pre
liminaries make up a program
of 28 rounds of boxing that'
look good for a crowded house.
COUGHS AXC COLDS IX
Indoor sedentary life In winter
had a direct bearing on the pres
ence of coughs and colds. Keep
the bowels active and overcome
constipation with Foley's Cathar
tic Tablets. Colds, couth, jcronp.
throat, chest and bronchial trouble
quick relieved with Foley's Hone
and Tar. Contains no opiates-
ingredients printed on tho wrap
per. Largest selling cough medi
cine In the world. ''Foley's Hon
ey and Tar Is wonderful tar at
tacks of coughs and colds.' writes
W. H. Gray, Venice, California,; j
SAUBM MAXXZTS -Prices
mated era whoTesele sal as'
prioea received ay far era. V rata)
prleee are given ezeept as notee . t
ne. i waeai a 1.10 .
Ne t wheal $1.0$. . ' , ..
No. Bed wheal tacked. 11.07. --
cneet Bar. szo. -
Oat hey $203M. . i
Clover hay, bsled, $91 3 2.
EOGSt BUTTER AND aUTTBKrAT
Ezra, re La II. 44e.
Creamery batter SSQSSe.
Butterfst, delivered. Me,
Milk. $2.45 cwt.
Old roosters Se,
Hens, lift-lit. He.
Hens, heavy, 18e.
PORK. MUTTON AMD BEET
Hots, top, $9c.
Live hogs. Se.
Itreased hoes, 12Q12M.
Top veal, dressed. llfcflaH.
Top steers. 11 12.
Ban sum lie.
Lemons $10 19.50.
Navel oranges $7.00,
California grapefruit. $4.75 5.00.
Florida grapefruit. $7QS.
Empire grapes tOe It.
Cranberries $2 bog.
Jap oranges $ bundle.
Walanta 90e Ik.
FUberte $0 lb.
Brail! 15a lb.
Head let t nr j $4.50 crate.
ff Portland Baying Price '
EOOS, FOTX.TSY AJTD MEATS. ' '
No. I churning ere am, 525$c f. 4v k.
Portland; undergrsdes, SOGiSle.
EGG 8 WEAK
Cnrrent receipts S743W; white ke
neriee 43 0-14.
I IVE POCLTBY DEMORALIZED
( Lewi commission) Heavy beas, 23
lb.; do light, 13c; springs, 1718ct old
roosters, 10c; ducks, white Pekio, voaag,
13(ft20c; dr-ssed ducks, 2123e: tar
keys, No. 1 dressed, 83 8 Sic; No, 2, as
3Se; do live. 29 28c; geese, lSCMSer
de dresaed. 2324c.
DRESSED MEATS WEAK "
(Less commission) Choice light bogs.
12'i13: andrtn-sdes, 1012e; . tea
grades vcaL 12, (Jc; aadergradee, $
HAT AND OEAI ... , .
HAY FIRM, SCARCR
( Dli ver-d , Portland ) Valley timothy
$2 ton; Eastern Oregon timotk, $24 toe;
alfalfa. $21 toe; clover, $tJL too; straw.
$9 ton; grain hay, $22 sn.
Bid prices (track Portland in ear lota)
Wheat options. $1.18 1.25; Baart or
b'uestem, $1.50; oats, $S530(2( 87.50;
Eastern yellow rn. $32 70 34 00; bar
ley, $i4.O0; millron. $31jOO 81.50.
Apple. 50c W $1.50 (ae-nrding to var
iety and pack); rwars nf75e bos.
Oregon potatoes, SOQOOc cwt.; Oregon
cabbage, nominal; parsnips, $1.00 sack
carrots, $1 sack; onions. $1.75Q2 cwt,:
rsulifiow.r, $1.5061.75 doien.
Hslf blood and fine, $540e; three
eighths blood, 3235e; qnart-r blood. SO
32e; low qaarter and braid. 25 Q 27a;
mstted or cot ted wool. 22&2Sc.
(NOTE Eastern Oregoa. Waeshtagtest
and Idaho ranch elips "bring 2 te S eet
less than vallev wool.)
HOPS 1B21 erep, nominal; new eren,