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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1923
licenses Issucl ' "
Marriage licenses were issued to
; the following in. this county clerks
office yesterday: J. E. Ryan of
Dfcndee and Ituthj Robertson of
Aamsrille; William H. Porter end
Myre Chambers of Salem.
. The Song Shop. Adr.
v The following were given beds
at the station yesterday evening;
B. White. W. Brecht. B. Moor. T.
F. J. Ttupert of 538 State re
ported that his confectionery was
broken into yesterday. Little was
taken, ri ' ; .
rerouted, but the two new nien
are put on' as extras on some of
the heaviest routes, and they are
finding the days "long and busy.
They will be listed as specials un
til the first of July, when they go
on the steady list.
Open Meeting :
Of interest in
the big open
Swift - Fmiifrer. For easy
terms, C S. Bo wna. phone 353.
-Adv. - r i
patriotic circles I is
meeting planned ' bv tho United
Artisans which 1 will bo held in
their hall in the Odd Fellow's
building Thursday night. The
Grand Army veterans and their
affiliated, orders have been; in
vited as the special guests of hon
or. Speakers will be present and
every member is expected to bring
at least one Kuest. The orosrram
will be in-honor of Abraham Lin
coln's birthday.. The new field
deputies are here and will help
with the program.
Has Old License l
J. J. - Loter of 1355 South
Twelfth street was arrested yes
terday for driving his car with an
Dr. B. It. WpJte. Osteopathic
v Physician and Surgeon. Diag
nosis by - Electronic -, Reactions of
Abrams and Oscillodastic treat
Canvassers Raise Funds t f
' A' number of canvassers viere
but Tuesday, to raise the Salem,
quota for the Ctf' ??a!!1,
Home at Corvallis. ' In general,
thay repqrt, good &AqcesaKand a
gratifyjag sympathetic, .reception
alinqsCiiTerywhera.". The, Salem
quota ytaa $2500; the atest' re
port list' night did not Abdicate
how clcJse the i workers had come
to raising that sum.
Carriers Regulars .
S. Z. Spitler and, Carl ,A. jMar
tla who have been. serving bW sub
stitute carriers for the' Salem post
office, are now regulars, since the
order to put on two more regular
carriers. The' city, has not been
SAVE S $
fcy hujins your "hardware And
furniture at The Capital Hard-
vrzra & Furniture Co 285 No.
Cfcrrscrclsl St Fhcna 947
T02. GIFTS THAT LAST.
1 JIA!lTr.MJIDIlOS, ;
. Jewelry and Silverware. '
Phone 1255, Salexa, Oregon
Salem Family Returns-
Walter T. Jenks and family
have returned i from a month's
auto tour of southern California,
and. the roads between here and
there. They drove leisurely, see
ing the whole thing, . Instead of
fogging ud the road and crettine
dust In their eyes and bearings.
and report It .a, most delightful
trip all the' way.
Card of TUanks i'
We wish to thank . our friends
for their assistance and kindness
during the illness, and death of
our beloved daughter and sister.
and also for the i beautiful floral
offerings. V Mr. and Mrs. J. John
son and Herbert. Gerhard and
Hans Miller. Adv.
ruary 23 as the 18th anniversary
of the founding of Rotary, though-:
that is still two weeks off. They
are planning for the big district
conference at Tacoma during this
month. A special car service Is
being arranged for to take . the
Rotarians from Klamath Falls,
Marshfield, North Bend, Rose-
burg. Eugene, McMJnnville, 3a
Iem and Hillsboro. ;.
Get them at The Statesman of
fice. Catalog on application.
Talk Loganberries .
"Loganberries" will be the sub
ject up for discussion at the Marion-Polk
Realtors' , noon luncheon
at the Marion hotel Thursday,
February 8.- II. II. Mum ford,; Wil
bur Weeks and other growers of
loganberries will tell about the
loganberry situation. All Inter
ested in loganberries should at
tend this luncheon.
To Get Hearing
J. Morris, accused of obtaining
money under false pretenses, will
be given a hearing in Justice court
next Monday. It Is claimed that
he received $9 from O. W. Lin
foot on the grounds of having cut
and piled 40 oak posts aid two
cords of oak wood when 1 In re
ality such was not done.
latest 'Help Wanted' ad pages
au f flora wra a vnar ntrn la thtt '
cheering story told by -James
Nicholson, who returned this
week: from a visit to New York
and other points in the east.
Mr: Nicholson attended the an
nual meeting of the Metropoli
tan Life general agents (from all
over the country, and he had a
chance to hear the business news
from ! everywhere. The story is
general that the year starts put
better than any year for a num
ber of years past. . Everywhere
they look for 1923 to be the
banner business year in almost
every line of rational business.
Manufacturing, (farming, trans
portation, everything, has the
same; general note of optimism.
A Classified Ad
Will bring, you a buyer. Adv.
Grower Out Saturday
The February - issue of The
Oregon Grower,! the monthly pub
lication of tbeV Oregon Growers'
Cooperative association, is to be
the most pretentious number they
have issued. . It comes out Satur
day of this week, with 44 pages
of horticultural and business news
of interest to every fruit man' of
Oregon.' A particular feature is
the showing of the advertising
methods employed by the associ
ation In stimplating the market
for Oregon fruitsy in the eastern
American and the European mar
kets. . -, .
Drs. TJeisley A Heialey.
' Practicloners ' of Osteopathy
and Electrionia i c Reactions of
Abrams at the Silverton Sani
tarium, Silverton, Oregon Adr
Caltn Ainbslanca Cerviee"
; Day or Night
17S 8. Liberty St.
RELIANCE, AUTO :
219 Bute at,
Ccr. Front SL" Phone 937
3 V 7
. All kinds cf jtisk and;
icccnd-hand goods. We
p&yfil Talue, i.
215 Center Street
, Phone S53
Dr. Walters to Speak ' !
- Dr. J.' H. Walters, 'vice ores!
dent of the Eugene "'Rotiry . club,
Is to be princip'ar fepeaker at the
Salem Rolftry luncheon' at the
Marlon today noon. He is the
first of the Eugene club members
to venture . this . far from : home
since they organized a little more
than a month ago. The Rotari
ans are planning to celebrate Feb-
- Right - .
' Your eyes will never ache
or smart. '.
, Cold wind will not 'cause
them - to water, ' and : no
amount of reading will cause
weariness of the eyes. No
matter how close one's work.
If the eyes are normal, they
will do their work perfectly
and without a sign of trou
. ble. !
Will yours meet these '
tests. - i j ' -V :
101-6 Oregon Bldg.
Oregon's - Largest Optical
239 for appointment
' LADD& BUSH, BANKERS
( EsUbllshtd 1868 i
General Bankins Business '
Of flee noon from 10 a. ta. to 8 p. iau
V, . , . - , i-
'"W m '-a" 'si
Doughton & Marcus
Hardware, Paints, Oils and Glass -
- Wearever Aluminum Kettles. Double, Boilers, Tails,.
Roasters'.' Collenders. Pie Plates and Dish Pans. - -
THE MKTAL IXDKSTItUCTlBLK - ,
I- if. . ii.!.- it i
286 N. Commercial Street ,
U Phone C39
.Lix.ii t.Ai ni -n;...;uv
Dr. B. H. White
506 U. S. - Bank Bldg. Elec
tronic Reactions of Abrams
Specialty Shop Snes
A suit -was filed by the Business
Men's Adjustment t company ; vs.
Blanch Coe in justice court yes-'
terday; It Is claimed In the com
plaint that Mary A. Hoff, who
runs a specialty shop In Silverton
on February If, 1922, sold goods
td the value of $14.45 to the de
fendant, of which $4 but no more
was paid. The plaintiffs want
the remainder due.
Mortuary is Moved
1 Webb & Clough have begun
moving their mortuary establish
ment from the old place on
Court and High, to the" 'now,
permanent home, Church and
Ferry streets. The new place
was . begun about three months
ego and work has been pressed
as rapidly as possible, with the
weather a formidable foe, to
ppeed and efficiency In con
struction. But for the past ' two
or three weeks of fairly ' good
building : weather, after the roof
was put on and finishers could
get to work, a large force, as
many as 25 men, have been em
ployed , in the carpentry, , plaster
ing, painting, glazing and wiring,
and the place has been completed
in record time.
Year Said Good -
'There ara not one-tenth as
many men , hanging around the
newspaper , offices. . waiting tor
Dr. L. W. Hyde , ot HIHsboro,
was a Salem visitor Tuesday, com
ing down with a Datient for the
fetate hospital. Dr. Hyde was state
jcommaander of the United Span
ish War Veterans, a year ago, and
is well known, over the state, t
s Will Jones of Macleay was in
the city yesterday.
E.i J. Weisner, wife and son
George from North Howell were
In the city yesterday.
(Jacob Voorhles of Woodburn
was in Salem on business yester
CARTER Mrs. (5ora May Elliott
Carter died at her home seven
' miles east of Salem 1 January 31,
Mrs. Carter, who was 26
years old, Is survived by' her
: baby son, a few days old, her
widower, D. L. Carter, her fath
er and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Elliott of Tulare, S.
D, and two brothers. Lawrence
:. and Lewis Elliott Funeral ser
vices were held in the Webb &
Clough chapel Feb. 6, at 10:30
a. m. Interment was in City
WOLFMEYER Mrs. Leota Wolf
meyer died at her home In the
' Haysville district February 6,
at the age of 27 years. Sur
vived by her widower, Albert
Wolfemeyer, one son Albert
' Malcolm, one-half day old; four
sisters, Mrs. Laura . Bartruff,
Mrs. Anna Hoven, Miss Marcla
Humphrey, all of Salem, and
Mrs. Alta . Larmer of Fall
Creek, Or., and two brothers,
. Roy and Parmie i Humphreys,
both of Fall Creek. : Funeral
services 'will be held In the
Webb & Clough chapel Febru
ary 8, at 10 a. m.
ARNOLD Claud Merritt Arnold
died at a local hospital Febru
ary 5, at 8:30 p. m., age 4
years. Survived! by his father
and smother, Mr. and Mrs. ,W.
'; Arnold. Ikdy at Webb- &
Clough 's.; Funeral annbunce-
ZENGER In this city February
6, Mrs. Magdalene Zenger, at
the age of 58 years; mother of
Mrs. Lydia Zenger of Portland
and Godfrey Zenger of Salem.
Funeral services ; will be held
Thursday, February 8, at 2 p.
m. from the Rigdon & Son mor
tuary. Interment at Lee Mis
TEST In this city. Ed C. Test,
age 43 years. Body will be for
warded to Portland for inter
ment by Rigdon & Son. .
HILDEBRAND At the home, Sa
lem Heights, February 6, David
S. Hildebrand, husband of Mrs.
Bertie May Hildebrand, father
of Mrs. : Elbert Rose, Hubert
and Norman Hildebrand resid
ing in California, Ray, Gladys
and Thetnia Hildebrand of Salem.-
i. Deceased .was formerly
engaged 3n the real estate bus-
, ineBs. ' Announcement of. fune
ral will be made later by Rig-
'. don &. Son, morticians. -
Webb & Clough
Expert Emb aimers
Rigdon. & Son's
Three Measures Bearing on
Litigation in Multnomahi
. Introduced. . .
: . ' . ' r; 't
Senator Joseph yesterday' in
troduced three bills relating sto
court proceedure in the state, one
of which provides for the admin
Istration of courts by a council
Thai chief justice of the in
ttreme court would be chairman
ot the council and he would ap
point as associate justice of the
supreme court and. three Judges
of courts of record to. serve; or
the i council. The chief justice
would have power to Invite the
nresident of the State Bar as
sociation and the president, of
the State s Attornevs association
or other members of the bar . to
attend the meetings of the coun
cil and advise in the perform
ance of its duties. No member
of the council would receive com
pensation for his services, ex
cept expenses.' It would be one
duty cJ7 the chairman to exnedi
ate 'court business by assigning
any; judge of a court of. record
to assist another Judge ' when
necessary, contingent ' unon the
coifsent ot 'the judge whom he
aes'res to assign.
Another bill introduced bj
Joseph creates "the' unified cfr
cult court for the state qf Ore
gon for counties having popu
la t ion in i excess of 100.000
which would confine it to Mult
nomah county. This would be
a combination of all circuit, dis
trict and municipal courts, and
the unified court would have
original jurisdiction of all mat
ters that were originally, cognis
able in either off the other courts
Tlio judges now in office in cir
cuit, district and municipal
courts would become judges
the i unified court.
It would also be the dutv
the circuit judges to establish
conciliation board within
days of the taking effect of the
act. the board to consist of an
indefinite number, but not less
than six or mora than 12. Any
person having the qualifications
or a voter would be eligible ,for
appcintment as a conciliator.
The third bill Introduced by
Joseph i pertains to the making
of rules In civil practice and
pleading in courts of record.
Almost 100 Attend; Dinner
Is Enjoyed and Several
Almost 100 fathers and sons
attended the father-and-son din
ner at the First Baptist church
Tuesday night. The dining room
of the church was . crowded clear
o the brim with boys, old, mid
dle-aged and young, bent on get
ting acquainted and having a good
time together. A delightful din
ner was served by the ladies of
the church, with apple pie, roast
beef, mashed potatoes and. gravy
and other things that boys like
President D. D. Socolofsky pre
sided over the business part of the
evening,' which included several
musical numbers, the reading of
minutes and reports,1 and the re
ception of a number of new mem
bers. One interesting report ( was
that of Dr. Hall, evangelist, who
ia being kept in .the field largely
through the efforts of the Salem
congregation. ' He has been hav
ing wonderful success in his work,
though financially it needs a Jit-
tie more steam on the part of his
"A "saw solo, by E. W. McCros
key, was vociferously applauded
and encored. Mass singing was
led by Fred Brewer.
H. S. Gils was introduced as
chairman for the social program.
A number of brief talks were
made by Herbert Socolofsky, Pro
fessor H. F. i Durham, Carleton
Roth and I. Willis, covering vari
ous f phases of the father-and-son
relationship. 1 ' 7
Prof. Roy Hewttt, instructor In
law: of the department of com
merce. O AC,, was the main speak
er. . He has been - giving much
time to the county YMCA work.
and . this week has talked to more
than 1000 of the high school pu
pils of Marion county In his
traveling with Edwin Socolofsky,
county Y secretary. His talk last
night wag a fine presentation ot
the value ojf character as It should
be built up in the home, under
the , care of the father who is a
chum of his boys and girls.
MOD IS NEEDED
' FOR NEW HOSPITAL
Subscribers to Fund Asked
u to Pay Up That Work
May Be Hastened.
If the subscribers to the Salem
Hospital fund, whose pledges
were due January 1, would' but
go out to the hospital now and
see the work that is being done
its quantity. Its quality, and. how
near it comes to getting tho hos
pltal actually into operation, they
would ' almost break down the
doors or clog the mails of the
collectors to get their money Into
: The money is actually desper
"Sell Direct to You"
Plumbing Fixtures at
3 piece bath set ... ,9)65.00
30 gallon boiler ... , 9.50
Closet combinations,1 f33
Lavatories, 98 and op.
Sinks, 7 and np. "
Soil pipes and fittings.
Malleable pipe and fit
tings. AH kinds of repair
!' 102 First Street
S. P. Sleeping Car to
Marshalfield Is Resumed
Beginning last night S. P. train
No. southbound, leaving !Sa
lem at 0:44 p. m. carried'the
through sleeper for Marshfield.
This sleeper service was discon
tinued when the flood put the
raiiroal out of commission. Now
the. railroad service has returned
to normalcy, and the " sleeper U
again on the Job. This sleeper
has proved a great convenience to
the traveling' public and Its re
placement on the' schedule li wel-
come news to many. , J
Everybody is Barking
a ' ; ;
i and all because they have
neglected to get a bottle of
our cough syrup or lung bal
sam. s .... .
' Get Yours Now
' ' 135 N. Commercial
Iry Tootj Penslar Store
ately needed,: for the work has
been concentrated on the credit
of the subscriptions, and much of
this work haa been already done.
The heating ; plant. Is complete.
and is working like a charm; it
is believed to be the most effi
cient heating plant in the valley:
The concrete ; floors have been
poured, on all four floors; they
are the very last word in sanitary
flooring. V The ' partitions and
doors are' being set, and in every
way the hospital is fast approach
ing the usable stage.
Manager Henry Meyers drove
to Portland Saturday to buy a
vault in which they wilt keep their
priceless records. , He shopped
around , like a woman with two
bits in her. purse and a ten-dollar
need; and he bought for $120 a
door outfit that was priced at
$175. That was the price that an
other Salem user Jiad to pay f for
exactly the same size and kind of
vault fitting. The hospital money
is being carefully spent; the hos
pital Is to have the very best, the
very safest equipment that can be-
bought, for life hangs on so many
things in a hospital the heating.
the lights, the freedom from con
tagion, 1 he fireproof . construc
tion but It is all being shopped
for in a way td get the best for
about the price of the poorest if
it were not so carefully supervised.
It is urgd that the subscribers
come forward with their pledge
money, and put the hospital into
Petitions on 'School :
; J y 'fuilding Circulated
At least three forms of petitions
are - being circulated,1" it is "under
stood, relating to the school
building 'program- that is quite
generally agreed must be put on
In Salem this year. One calls for
.the full . J 50 0,000 continuing
building program outlined by. the
Chamber of Commerce committee,
not all . the thony to be spent now,
but spreading it out over two or
three or more years,- according to
a" - schedule not ' yet definitely
agreed upon. Another calls for an
addition' to the high school build
ing, and one ; junior high school
unit at .Washington," that would
relieve some of the pressure on
the grades and. care for the pres
ent congestion, for, perhaps, one
year. Yet' another calls for speci
fied construction as Improvements
at practically all : the city school
properties. Some of .these Im
provements t, would be - minor,
though all are said to be needed.
At Reasonable Prices
Our one aim is to furnish
you the kind of drugs
that you should have at
prices that you can pay.
157, & Cfcaru Phone 35
n EU ODDO
F GREAT consolation to the bereaved La
the memory to have given the departed
a dignified burial at a minimum of cost.
This we stand ready to do.-" '
210 Center Street . Phone 1656
One $36.50 Suit - $145
One 7.50 Corset M
$44.00 for $IE.r
A Saving of $28.50
This is an ACTUAL purchase made . by one lady
Tuesday. She knows a real bargain and tools ad
vantage1 of it. Are YOU overlookiTi somctbifig?
With the purchase of a Coat, Suit or Dress, $10.00'
or over, you can buy any one other article in our
store for ONE DOLLAR ($l.QAi.
THIS OFFER ENDS SATURDAY,. FEB. 10
Y ,.-.-.; . f,-- , v.- - - -
Corner State and Liberty
Piggly Wiggly " BMIetiini;
Potatoes and applies are plentiful and the. prices are Very low.
Why not use more of these home grown products and help the far
mers? If your grocery hills are too high, that is your fault There
is a Piggly Wiggly Store in your 4 city anxious to supply you with
high grade groceries at very low prices. r i- : ," 1
Highest cash market price paid for eggs.
456 State Street )
BEST VALLEY FLOUR
49 lb. bag
10 lb. bag .
Florida Grape Fruits 12c
Lemons, per doz ll....: .25c
Extra Fancy Large Oranges' 0 to
; box, per doz. ; .... . 55c
Wesson Oil, per pint . .... 27c
Wesson Oil, per quart . ...;.-:...;-51c
Wesson Oil, Vz jral . .;..95c
Wesson Oil, 1 gal $1.80
.9 lb. bag Corn Meal . ......28c
Head Rice, per lb. .............r.-:.7c
Navy Beans, per lb. ........ .8 Vt c
9 lb. bag Hominy . :.29c
4 lbs. Oat Meal ....25c
Swift's Premium Bacon, per lb. .... 42c
Swift's Standard Bacon, per lb. ; 31c
Swift's Picnics, per lb. .... 17c.
Armour's Picnics, per lb. 19c
Bacon Backs, per lb. ............22c
Crystal, White Soap ..:.....:.:..:!-..:4 3-4c
P. & G. Naptha Soap ,L". 5c
Fcls Naptha Soap '.j' ::.-t :-.L7c
Del Monte Solid Pack Tomatoes 2 'j ,
size ...... ; .i : .'. ...1.17c
Gold Har Solid Parle Tomatoes "
2 size .w....l!l;i..... -....11c
Golden Bantam Corn, 2 size 21c
Pearl Corn, 2 size
Armour's Hominy, 2 size . .......9c
Libby's Souer Kraut, 22 size . ....17c
Del Monte Fruit Salad, 2 ' size ..48c
Del Monte Fruit Salad, 2 size -..25c
Libby's Spinach, 2 size .. 19c
1 lb. cath Royal Club Coffee
3 lb. can Royal CiuS'Coffcc 4;.:...$L14
1 lb. can Hill Bros. Coffee 42c
2VZ lb. can Hills Bros. Coffee .$1.03
5 lb. can Hills Bros. Coffee Z. ..$2.00
Folger's Shasta Tea, z lbpkg. .. .27c
Folger's Shasta Tea, 1-4 lb. pkg. 16c
Golden Gate Vacuum pack Tea 1-4 lb.
tin : 3c
Golden Gate Vacuum pack Tea lb.
tins ...... ...4Sc
Serve Yourself and Save
456 State Street
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