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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
CITY NEWS.. IN MElEF
Speeders Are Arrested
J. II. Upton and U W. G a alt ill
were arrested yesterday on speed
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log charges, and brought before if haUSpauJding-Miami company and
th Malem Tennis AsH'n.
I v Will meet at Salem Chamber or
' Commerce.1 Monday, Jnly 16 at
S.P. m. . ... . : .
Hre rricctt Reduced
See Vick Brothers tire ad In
this Issue. Adr.
r will be happy girls for yont
friends on your auto trip, today.
Get them at Upjohn', 2229 Fair
grounds road, jor phone 1700.
Adr. ' '!.!;'
fays Rowboat Stolen
James ,'Moyer, Southern Pacific
bridge operator, reported to the
police yesterday that someone had
stolen his rowboat Friday.
For Sale, $150 Vletrola
With 25 records,' $120. Terms
It desired. IL L. Stiff Furniture
Two Motorist Cited t
-Vlrgi! White, 2090 North Com
mercial street, and H. L. Wall.
1575 Oak street, 'have been cited
to appear in police court at 2
o clock Monday afternoon. White
is charged with ' speeding ; and
Walp with reckless driving. !
P. J. Kuntz. The .former will
appear later, while Gaakill donat
ed $10. ; ": '
Training' School Boy Missing-
Charles Jacobs of the boys'
training school ran away' from
that Institution some time Friday,
superintendent Gilbert reported to
the police yesterday. The lad la
described as being 1 S years old,
weighing about 1 155 pounds, five
feet, 10 inches tall and having
light hair and blue eyes. He was I Report Accidents :
Well Furnished Flat for Rent-
Modern; first floor; large five
rooms. Immediate possession;
$45 a month, at 666 Ferry street.
Call at Statesman business office,
or phone 23. "
Kodak Films, Developed
At. the Capital Drug Store, will
be the best work you have ever
had done. Films In at 8 a. m
ready at 12 m. Those In! by 1
p. m. ready at 5 p. m. Adv;
them. The Southern Pacific Is de-
nadlnl$ 437 from the Chatles
H,Spaulding company, $782 from
$S55 from the Wheeler estate!.
D.inglifer Rorn .
Air. and Mrs. Paul I, Pratt,
1610 South Twelfth street, are the
parents of a daughter born JulvlMrMnrv Mrcrnc nnfoonlinn
naa uui jri u-en Dumea.
ttroiurrer Is Filed . !
Ellen Cox, in a reply ; to Jen
nings. Cox to a separate answer,
denies all allegations except as
alleged In the complaint. '
Or Oregon Caves. Round
$20. : Phone 1600 Adv.
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Loses Fincers X
Ora L. Sharp, 1X77 North Six
teenth street, lost four -fingers
from his left hand Fridav as a
wearing a khaki suit.
Seeks Judgment on Note ,
Charles E. Rahold la seeking
Judgment f or $ 1 6 9 S 'on a aiote ex-1
eeuted In favor oft the T Fageol
. Truck; & Tractor- company by T.
S; MacKentle. Though this was
given Jnne 9, 1920. no part has
yet been paid, he alleges. ,
Dr. A. E. Berger
Associated with Dr.
General dentistry, 408 U.
Bldg. Phone 204. Adv.
j Dr. C LIIarshall
Osteopathic Physician and
i . . Surge, .j'
1 28 Oregon. Building i
1 . ; Phone S58 j .
f For Gifts That1 , Last
! HARTMAII BROS.
DIMfludi, tTatclHM, Jewelry
j ' : ana r;iiyfjwre. " -Pbune
1255, Saiem, Orc;o
Si! em A mbaliince Service
IMiy and. NlghV
; 1 Phone-6BS-V
! Ua.B. Liberty BC
taJem . . Oregon
AO kinds of junk and
Beond-hand CoodjL We
pay fell Ttlue. . "'
215 Center Street
Licenses Issued? Three Couples
Marriage licenses were Issued
by the county clerk -yesterday to
F. J: Wikof r and Marian Rolstop,
both of thg Oregon state hospi
tal;- Loyal W f Henderson, 690
South Twelfth i street.' and Ludy
Otten, 1295 Leslie street; Wilber
Haynes and Creeta Chastain, both
of routs 8.- j ; i -
W; C. Clarke, 282 Richmond,
end Wallace Bennett of Jefferson
reported a collision between their
machines at Chemeketa and Com
mercial streets Saturday. f, . Max
Probe, 707 South Twenty-fifth
street,-was hit by another car
about two miles south-of Salem,
he reported to the police. . Some
damage was done to his car, which
was hit by one with a Louisiana
license plate, ;-, i
To your friends on your auto
trip today. Upjohn's, 2229 Fair
grounds road. Phone 1700,
result of an accident at the paper ciric coast, and to jump from San
mm. wniie working at the cut
ler his fingers caught In the mar
A Beauty- -! - i
The new Country Club, at Vick
Bros. Adv. j 1 : i
Dance , at Horseshoe Park-
Pavilion every Saturday night,
given, by . Pierre's famous 10-piece j
orchestra; on the Pacific highway
between , Hubbard and Woodburn. j
Music starts at 8: 20 p. m. Popu
lar prices. -Adv,
The Oregon Magazine , is being
distributed. A picture of . Hay
stack Rock, Cannon Beach, Ecola
forms the frontptece of the, pub;
lication this month. The show-
Ioints of Salem, the resources of
the Willamette valley, Oregon
fruit shipments,, and doings of
Oregon writers are among the ar
ticles contained in the current is
From Washington Not
to Overlook Oregon
A disposition on the part of the
nval appropriation committee to
slight Oregon on, the Itinerary
I when viewing harbors of the Pa-
$200 Electric rathe c
$60.00. Terms. H.
Furniture Co. Adv.,
16214 ComT. St. Phone 297
Merchants' Lunch H .......
Noodles. . JSOe
American ptohea " Chinese Pishes
Open 11 a. jm. to, 2 p. m x
Masie, dancing : 9 p.m. to 12 m.
Berries, Attract Tourists
"O-a-h-h! Did you .ever see
such berries and cherries!" This
was the remark overheard when
I a carload of tourists, traveling in
a big machine with an Ohio license
' plate, stopped on Commercial
street yesterday, afternoon - and
noticed a. display of loganberries
and other fruits In one of, the local I, toner 1.
stores. ... r . ,': :-.AH
Rhotcn to Build
The contract was signed last ,
night providing for Joe Knapp to
build a modern 10-room house for
E. A,-Rhotcn. The new house is
to be built on the corner of Lin
coin and High streets, and th
contract provides for the carpen
ter work to be completed by Oc-
tioward r reelana. newspaper
man of Springfield, ' Or., former
ly' Of Salem, was here yesterday.
Willis II. Moore, first assistant
attorney general, has gone on a
vacation and will spend most of
the time on the coast.
Lorin Gooding of Harrlsburg
has accepted a position with the
!'. J. Fry Drug comppanpy.
Frank Morrison and family have
returned from Newport.
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Myers will
leave touay ror a two weeks va
cation trip to Crater lake.
Miss Adalaide Lake was a brief
visitor in Salem yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zimmerman
and Dr. and Mrs. Grover C. Bel
linger aje leaving today for, a
WAAlr'fl.trln (n r,a(A. I.Va
W aMMtr WHwt CBAXOIXHX will j
vr my mm f 3Baenw r otkar skis i
4iaM. Coma in mud lat tall yo
uou it. Dm Jar, and If yem ara
flaaatiaflad. Jmi mommy will D T(unda4.
mirS SKtTO STORK, 111 8. Oom'L
Tire Price Reduced-
See Vick Bros, tire
8. G.-8TOHE. IfJX
General Office Praetlea j
t.i Chancers Treated
Office, Tyler's Drue Btota
157 8. Commercial Street
! 60S U. S. Bstloast Varfk BulH1n
Psom S9., l, Bet,. Fhoas 469-J.
I Dr. B. H. Wtite 4
, OatMpatfcla Vbystelan sad BszgMn
' Xlactronle XMacneala Traatmaat
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i i SALEM. OREGON
Two Get Bulldrng Permit ' (
Two building permits were
issued by City Recorder Poulsen
during the last half of the week.
These were to Fred Barker, for
the erection of a one-story dwell
ing at 930 Market, at a cost of
$2,000, and to H. A. Wenger, one-
storr dwelling. 710 North Sum
mer, -to cost $4,000. other per
mits issued during the week
brought the total to $9,000. :
Masazine Copies Desired .
The public' library will appreci-
ate the gift of the following maga
zines: Century for May, , 1922;
Independent for the entire year
1922; Literary Digest, for April,
June and July of 1922; North Am
erican Review for April, 1923;
Outlook for October 18, 1922;
Sunset Magazine for April, 1922.
Perfect, copies are needed for
binding. ., . .. ,
DR. C. II. SCIIHIK
Has Moved to Hia New
249 So. Cottage Street
Phone '1182,. f, i
Does This Interest Ton?
If you are looking for a job, or
It you need to employ help, use the
cltv free emslonnent bureau at
the TMCA. Adv.
Harris Receives Judgment f
R. H. Harris, of the Motor Inn
service station, was awarded a de
fault judgment from Harry Hart
yesterday by Judge Percy R. Kelly
Hawkins & Roberts-
City leans; lowest rates. Adv.
5 DIED .
! " i Established 1868
General Panlnng Bcibeis
Office noun from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
Under U. 8. Government; Supervision
, Member Federal Reserve System
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can realize the real dollars and cents ivalue of a
.Checking Account until rthey have opened one.
i But ask any of your friends who maintain Check.
- ing Accounts what they, think of them. ' "!
' They will tell you many; ways in which they have
i helped them to manage their finances.' ;
i For the real proof, try it yourself. ' j, - - '-
r OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT!
United States National Bank
The Bank That Service Built ' r
WM MR tlARCUS
HARDWARE,- PAINTS. OILS. GLASS
! Why envy your i neighbor a beautiful home?
Get a can of Bass Heuter paint and spend these
long evenings beautifying your home;
2SS N. CcraT,
GILBERT At the residence, 295
N. Liberty street, Saturday,
July 14th, Andrew N. Gilbert,
age 83 years, pioneer resident
of Salem, husband of Estelle
McCully Gilbert, father of Ray j
D. Gilbert, Mrs. B. O. Schuck-
Vlng end Warren Gilbert, all of j
Salem, brother of Mrs. -Kate
Thompson of Milwaukee, Wis.,
"and Mrs. Haldee Mulling of In-1
dianaDolIs. Mr. Gilbert was , a
veteran of the Civil war. - Fun
eral services will be held Mon
day, July 16, at 2:30 p. in.
from the Rigdon mortuary, the
Rev. W. C. Kantner officiating
in conjunction with the BPO
Elks, concluding services at the
'Mausoleum will : be ' private.
The remains may, be viewed by
friends s until the hour of the
services when : the casket will
be closed. Friends may omit
the sending of flowers.
Demurrer Piled .
The Pacific Spruce corporation
has filed with the public service
commission a demurrer to the
complaint of Lincoln county tim-
bermen against the corporation,
alleging there is not cause for ac
tion. The Lincoln eounty men de
mand' common carrier privileges
over the logging road of the spruce
3Iany Jobs Found
One hundred and forty-nine
jobs were found for men and wo
men last week through the feder
al employment bureau at tne
YMCA, according to C. A. Kells,
Tire. Prices Reduced
See Vick Bros, tire ad in this
Mr. Evans to Speak
Rey. J. J. Evans will speak In
Willson park this afternoon for
the union services at 4 o'clock.
His subject will be "The Larger
Life," H. D. Glazier.' will be so
list and Wesley Reeder will play
a cornet solo. E. A. Kenney will
lead ' the singing and A. A. Lee
will preside.., , . t
DUCHFINCK At the residence,
-r 1325 Fairmount street, Salem,
Or., July 14, 1923, May,; be-H
loved wife of W. M. Buchfinck,
aged 61 years, mother oft ten
children seven of whom sur-
Tive, Mrs; May Bush, Ind., Mrs.
Esther Persons, Ind; Mrs. Lulu
- McLaughlin, Nampa, Ida., Mrs.
Amy Ferguson, Mrs. Lottie
Brothers, Bend, Or., Ruby and
Leonard Rich at home. Funer
al services will be from the
residence Monday at 10 a. m.
Rev. ; Mr. ; Pemberton of ficiat-
- ing. with burial in IOOF cem
etery ; Arrangements t are i in
charge of the "Terwilllger fun
Wonderfnl GladJoIns Bloomlne
At; Upjohn's Gladiolus gardens
2229 Fairgrounds road. CaR for
some iiway. aot.. i
A daughter was born, Friday,
July 13, to Mr. and Mrs. C. II.
Straw. She has been named Nai-
Electronic Reactions of Abrams
Dr.. White. 506 U. S. Bank bldg.
WEDDLE D. D. Weddle died to-
, day at a local hospital at the
age of 68 years. He is survived
by- his , widow. Mrs. f Martha
Weddle and an adopted daugh
ter Miss Elsie Weddle; The
body is, being sent , to . Spring
field.' Or., by the Rigdon mor
tuary for Interment. The fun
eral will take place this after
noon. " ' V
Webb & dough
, Expert Embalmers
Salem People in Iowa i
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Breti -and
daughter, Marion, and Mrs.
Bret' mother. Mrs. A. M. Mackey,
of Salem, Ore., arrived at Colum
bus Junction, last Tuesday, eve
ning, having traveled four thou
sand miles by auto. Mr. Brets is
a brother of Mrs. W. H. Meeker,
and -at the present time they are
visiting at the Meeker home in
our city. Mr. Brets Is In the em
ploy of. the. Oregon Electric Rail
way company, running from Sa
lem to Portland. It has been ten
years since these people have
been back t6 old 'Iowa, and. they
are enjoying their trip to the full
est. (Winfield f Beacon. )
$400.00 Mahogany Plan
A wonderful buy, S195.00. Will
give some term. ' H. L. Stiff Fur
niture Co. Ady.
Rigdon & Son's
The Charles K. Qpaulding Log
ging company, the Spaulding-Ml-ami
Lumber company, and thetC.
H. Wheeler estate have asked the
public service commission to serve
as . arbiter in controversies be
tween these' companies and the
Southern Pacific company over
demurrage charges that the-railroad
company has' made against
Francisco to Pugef . Sound after
entering several California ports,
has caused Senator McNary to
send a telegram to Admiral Coontz
atl Washington, who is t'o accom
pany the party, urging, that stops
bef made at Astoria and Portland.
Senator - McNary sent the tele
gram after receiving a communi
cation from William A. Gausden,
assistant manager of the Port
land Chamber of Commerce, pro
tecting at the failure of the ap
propriation committee to include
are Oregon port on its Itinerary.
Senator McNary sent the follow
ing telegram' to Admiral Coontz:
From advice at hand it appears
that naval appropriation commit
tee has not included Astoria and
Portland, in. Its itinerary. .' The
omission of visit to these Oregon
cities would prevent a thorough
study of the subject of national
defense. As you will accompany
committee I urge you that your
schedule be so altered as to give
proper time to survey of condi
tions -at Astoria and Portland. The
location of Astoria, the easy en
trance to its harbor and short dis-
stroyers.may operate. Portland 1b
thebae of large commercial as
tlvitles by. water and harbor con
ditions there and along1 the Col
umbia river should be carefully
noted. Sincerely hope 'that I may
have wire indicating Inclusion
these' cities In Itinerary." .,
Classified Ads in:The
Legal nisnfs -
Get them at The Statesman of-
ad In this flee. Catalog on application
Navy Guns Silent as
ConSUl CHmbS Aboard I tance from practice grounds makes
it an ideal base from which de
WASHINGTON, July 14. A
problem in naval courtesy has
been presented to the department
by Capt. E. T. Pollock, governor
of American Samoa, and is. now
awaiting the consideration of a
yet unfound Solomon.
What, action Is proper. Cant.
Pollock wants to know, when the
navy, regulations order a speci
fied salute to an official of a. for
eign government, and that official
urgently requests that It :be with
Entering the harbor of Tonga,
a. native, insular Kingdom bvv
miles southwest of Samoa, Capt.
x'ouock round resident there a
British counsul who at the same
time was deputy commissioner of
the British Colonial Office. As
a consul he "rated? 7 guns, as a
Colonial agent 11 guns. Capt.
Pollock, Indicated, that he was
willing to shoot the maximum in j
the interests of binatlonal comity,
but was informed courteously, yet
firmly, i.that the British govern
ment; had the question of which;
salute was proper under consider
ation, and the resident would be
pleased if the matter could he
held in abeyance until a decision
No j salute was fired, but Capt. j
Pollock made a report, indicating
that the problem was a new one I
even to an officer of hia long ex
To optical details' requires
the services of a thoroughly
well organized staff.
Our method of eye test
ing Will be a revelation of
thoroughness and attention
to details, to those who have
been accustomed to the us
ual optical methods.
801-5 Oregon Bldg,
Oregon's Largest Optical .
Phone 239 for Salem,
We Cater to Womer
YOU'LL EX JO V '
of the meals served at this '
restaurant. Whether you
drop lit for lunch, take din
ner with us or a little bite
after' the theatre you will
find us always prepared, to
serve jrou promptly and.,
courteously, with the finest
foods, perfectly, cooked and
prepared, . The test of our :
service Is : a taste of our
163 South Commercial St.
Store Phone - - 64.
Plant Phone 340
we have it"
Desks, filing cabinets and other office furniture
loose leaf books, blank books, ink, pens, pencils.
RUBBER) STAMPS f
Everything in rubbeistamps is made here in our
own plants -
Phone: us your order and it will receive prompt
New, and, Uel
For. Rent or Sale
If better bread, could
be made we'd bake it.
"O CTT 1 r -VKT"
Does hot mean an ab
sence of colds ; hot at all ;
in fact you are more like
ly jtd be careless of your
health than in the win
: J Better be prepared and
put a bottle of our Lung
Balsam j in the i bedding
roll before you start, on
135 N. Commercial -.
R 'l 1 I 1 . URN i r M 'ttl'-JV.- ' 11 ili t &tf . : '
Sweltering summer days will not annoy you if you have purchased one
or more of our new electric fans. u - -
Summer only increases the opportunity of our. electric, appliances to prove
their efficiency. They perform their work quicker, better and at less cost
than their old fashioned predecessors.