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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING, AUGtJST 12,' 1923
? Dnna har filed a moUon
akin tot; the arrest of 11 XX;
C..H.; Henry and A. Mayfleld to
answer for contempt and their re-
fUSBJ ift nfu iJ . .
1 i. rit.....i T - ' I1"' -JuHM5Ui, pro-
1 K iw K tttent nm trespassing on
i ,&. Dunn prenertv.- . Th atanA-
rwxta werV ordered by Judge Bus-
f TJ' 1 tae premises until
reyaTa hown cause why they
, I ?Z?tx f f? the property.
t 't ov cord tire and tube,
Ml StC: ' Rubber Co:, 184
. .v - A aby- girlwho has been
J i Mme4; Evelyn Pauline- was - born
august r twilr, -;fcid3ln. John I.
McDonald. ; irho ,ve on rural
4-route . No. 4. by ajrl was
oornt to My and i Mnu John H.
k , tni 1 "1520 North Capitol
j .-street; Froidar, Aug, io. She has
i been named Barbara Hope;
f "Misa Edna Mini
r seen in charge or Mrs.
artys dressmakln mnmr m
close the shop tni September 4.
Returns front Summer
j Prof, and lira, Morten. E, Peck
returned Friday from Harbor and
San Jaan bay'- where ' Prof eaaor
Peck was an Instructor t in: the
Marine, biological sUtloii summer
session. It is in charge of the
University : of . Washington. . Pro
fessor' Peck . I an - 1ntrnftni fit
Auction 'sale, good piano and
furniture at 555 Chemeketa, St..
r Tuesday 'next. See today's paper
t for. particulars:. C it' Wbodry; la
! the auctioneer: Adv. '
CllV. Toothftrr - ''nn'.-Vkfi M.
adders P. N. Toothacre of Sa-
Itfktn ' Hiatal : . l f ;
Washington. D. C, , with Jtfdd
Dlt weller. Mr. Toothacre recent
ly;; completed- a course - at the
Pressman.' heme in Bogersrllle,
Tennwsii H Mr. Toothacre was a
r pressman at the state printing of-
va r' UU WCUk CSBk to
taks a ebecial conrM in "ntt'iaP
Odd rags for laas,,at StlirB
1 ,9 -,t.K -..-.r-T
. , More Bicyclist Arrested i
" : Continnatida of the nar against
. - rlolatora of the , citr ordinance
;i prOTiding tha bicycle rtders oh
V j the street after dark must - have
wuui. ii uiu, ua ivor usaw on iiieir
r'- CdttrarOKe Practice t
CaneertV Treated , ''
' "Offl 'liar brag Ctore V
' 13T 0. Commercija Ctreetj '
Tqt: Giffc That last
-V t " i ' said" Silverware ! -,t .
Fbone 12S5., Salem, Oregon "
Ijrrt Ambulance Service
Pay feild mhl
' 17a 8. Liberty fit.
Calem . Oregon' I
1 1 :-.
AIMdads- cf- jcslt &nd-
215 Center Street
I . I :
I ' 4 t
V f Estabiisiied 186S'' ' " !
j Gcatrai Iir.:ging Ucxagss. .
Office' n'ours' from' 10 a. ni. io 3 p nL '
Hardware, Paints, Oils and Glass
Why not'geba fey? salons of BASS HEUTER
paint tend paint up your bttnngs before the de
' vasttt:t2 f a!H raifis start; rotting them.
NEVm IN MMEW
bicycles increased the list of first
offenders in1 the register at the
bolice station Saturday. Those
whose nameshaTe been added- to
the list nre f Elio; and, Frank
Kerschlner 2304 . Hazel arena e.
Cedrie Reaoey, 1 587 North Win
ter, arrested, by Chief of ; Police
Blrtchet and Hubert Kranx, route
7, arrested, by offlcer Edwards.
Electronic Reactions of Abranls
Dr. White; 506'U. & Banbldg:
Marries Bend Man-- : 1 ) r
Miss Grace Maurahe Sntlth. tof
SaTemj became the bride of Au
brey Emerson Greer, of Bend, yes
terday V afternoon,' JudgelP. " J.
Kunts- officiating. i Mra, Greer
was. at one time employed in the
office of Judge Kunts when' he
was associated -with W. H. Trin
dle. City and' Farm tcns v
Lowest rates.' J, C. Selgmund
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Trumpet Vine Blooming
A Trumpet Tine belonging to
Mrf.v"W. M. Boulllenr, route 2,
hot 95 Salem, is now In bloom.
The start came from the old Mc
Lee's farm In Ohio i which has
been in the family orer 100 years.
Hawkins ft Roberts
CJty loans; lowest rates. AdT.
Storage Plant Proposed
, Ai fuel oil storage plant to be
known as the Willamette Oil
Burner company f will be opened
in Salem within a short time, ac
cording to W. R. Speck, who has
been seren years1 in tbe - fuel oi!
business. The low cost of fuel
oil has interested. many in the en
terprise, . it is said, but to date
there has . been no oil available
for fuel purposes. :
f ; Only three weeks' left In- which
to take advantage of special sum
mer rates. . Typewriting , taught
free' with course. National School
of Shorthand 497 North High St.
AdV." " ' ' ' "
Three Licenses' Issued-- -i
Three 'marriage' licenses, were
issued by' the, .county clerk Satur
day r to Charles Ei Elliott, 32
Slate : and- Gladys M McCauldy
672 . North .. Cottage ; Js: Henry
Brougher, Scotts Mills and Clara
Rasche', ; Wooflburni and 4 to 'Au
brey Emersan . Greer,' and; Grace
Maurane Smith,- of Salem. . "
A Classified Ad !
Exhibita In Canada "
Floyd FdtL of the For Broth
ers' fine' stock farm south' of 811
verton; Is how up' in British Co
lumbia with an exceptionally fine
loft 6C Marion - county " blooded
i62J4 CcaT. SC 1 Pr?ae;27:
UercbanU' Lanch ...... L..C5c
Koodles . . . . . .v . i-. . . . v. . . ZSe
Americaa Pishee Ohineee Dishes
. : Open 1$' sknL, to- 1 m '
Uusic, t dancing' 9 p.m. to ,12' m.
W4, aMtlr URm. OBAJBTOZJEVSr wHl
wtf mot mm iMot oUr' skim
!! Oomm la aad U mm tott' yi
bowt H Cm M .Jar, al U . re at
alaaatisfua.' yoar auuuy win W nraaud.
FriM'tUOOc - - '- - t' -
retard WKTtf rrosiC'ui'i s. coai
. BOS U. Vatiaaal Bank BaOdlM
OrtMpatiii l-ariclaB' aod aargind
EUettaair Dtasaads aaa mtaisBf
i , Ir, Akouas Mtad4
Salem i Orecon-
r. ycation. " " "
243 So. Ccttasre Street
; Pbone 1183
DR. C. L. MARSHALL):
Osteopathic Physician ana
Surgeon , f v
28 Oregon Building
Phone 258 . t
-s -- - -- i
sheep, according to- his brother.
Jack Fox, who- was a Salem- visi
tor Saturday, Mr. Pox has been
a regular exhibitor at the colonial
fairs for several - years,, tber Mar
ton county stock being of - such
quality that it has been. able. to
make both money and , reputation
against the- best competition tbo
Dominion could -produce.' He is
showing at Vancouver, iview west
minster' and Victoria,- and .may
take in other shows also, before
returning to the big circuit of
Washington, Oregon and Califor.
nla.. He expects to end the show
season at San Francisco, late in
the' year. " ' , !;. '-;'r. ' ;
Dr. Mendelsohn Pays Particular
; V Attention , to '' children's ' eyes.
One-third-of a century of practi
cal, experience, guarantees satis
faction in every respect. I do'not
belong' to any combine,, therefore
you. .will get your glasses reason
able, and glasses are changed-free
for. one year it they do not give
satisfaction. Office, 210-11 United
States Bank, buildings Adv, ,
Fly Rod Maki
Harry D. Hobson, of Lyons, was
a Salem visitor Saturday." Living
away out in the wilderness, Mr.
Hobson has bullt up a national
reputation for the excellence of
his trout fly rods, and they aree
made. by, hand for export all over
the United States!- Some, of them
sell upaawhigh-as" S75 apiece.
Woodry buys furniture. Phone
511. Adv. r
Inmate is Bead -i-:- .-ivr.
. Matt. Laurile, an! inmate of the
State hospital for the insane since
May. 9 last when -he was com
mitted ' from Clatsop county, died
at that institution Friday night
He was 47 years old.' Laurile
feame" to' Oregon front'Iron" River,
Mich. - , - -.. " .
'Rugs at savings. H. I' Stiff
Furn. Co.- Adv.
Guests at Warrenton
! Rev.'Milford FOrsythe and fam
ily and Rev. John Woodfln and
his mother, - all from- Portland
have been guests of Rev. and Mrs.
Alfred P. Bates 4 at 'Warrenton.
qh Bates formerly lived: in Sa
Trade Tour Old Piano., ,
' Forv new' Vlctrola or' Bruns
wick; H; L. Stiff Furniture Co.
Adv.- u,- - .u. .
Budges Committee Meets .....
, The new , county budget com
mittee, created during ; the last
session . of - the , state, legislature,
met at the court house yesterday
to discuss the duties imposed up
oh the committee. This-body has
the final. say,, on. the budgets of
all the , corporate., bodies in the
county. Including i those of. the
city. . The committee is composed
of . Seymour Jones, : E. W, Powers
and J. J-McDonald. -
Both rotatha lose Lives-,
: Byron. Leedy, a Metzger boy 15
years old. is also dead-as a re
sult of. the accident at Metsger
Friday evening when their auto
mobile was run .down at a. grade
crossing . by r ah Oregon Electric
train. Loyst Johnson of Portland,
tbe other lad in the car, age. 17,
was killed almost instantly. -The
latter was a son of Mr. and. Mrs!
G H- Johnson! of , Portland' and
the fdfmer of Mr. and Mrs." Harry
Ei Leedy .of, Metxger. ;, :;
Dr. MehdelsOhn Fits Ej
Correctly Prices are very reas
onable for the service and materi
als you receive. " Office; ' 210-11
United States National Bank.
Wyant Doing Well
Jerry Wyant, who underwent a
major operation a few; days ago,
is: getting along well, at present
Tjbr early, part: of the nights: are
spent ' In sleep, though . the pa
tient Is restless after! midnight.
Wyant's operation created an un
usual amount of , Interest owing
to the fact that a surgeon's rub
ber glove- was removed from his
bladder, the result of care'essness
during a : previous i , operation in
San; Francisco. -
We. will take a few more table
boarders. 16$ N.: 12th St-Adv.
. Joseph A. Benjamin, who early
in the year resigned his position
as assistant attorney general, has
returned to Salem from Boston
where he has been for several
months. Mr. Benjamin contem
plates ' opening if a law office in
Portland and Salem, and probably
will select this city. ?. He reports
weather disagreeably hot in the
VI ebb & Clough
. Lcsdbg: Fcneral
1 Expert Embalmers
east, ahd says few easterners are
coming . to Oregon . because .there
is no publicity thereto make.tbem
awre there is such, a place. ..The
dream of the easterner, says r
Benjamin, is to be able to pass
the : declining years and die in
Long Beach or San Bernardino.
Modern furnished house for
rent. H. L. Stiff Furn. Co. Aar,
Truck Driver is Speede:
When LlUard Anderson, driver
of one of the . huge Willamette
Valley Transfer company's trucks
attempted to speed' on. the high
way Saturday he was arrested by
Officer J. B. Eakin. The speed
limit of a truck, of this class Is
set, by law at 1 2 miles an hour.
The complaint charged' that An
derson passed other machines
which were' limited' to 16 miles
an hour. , Anderson who lives in
Eugene, has . been cited' to appear
in' the Justice, court.
Trade in your old furniture at
Carper In Charge'
A. A. Carper has temporarily
succeeded' A; AV MIckel as local
agent for the Southern ? Pacific
company. A permanent successor
will be appointed later. Mr.
MIckel was recently promoted to
a division Sttperjntendency, .but
will continue to . make his. head
quarters . in Salem. . Mr Mickel
said, yesterday, that the company
probably, will locate an up-town
office some time next week.-.; ?
Get! them at The Statesman of"
flee, Catalog , on . application
Adf.. . ,. ;,v:.:..-.i,..
afoorw Going East
n. Will H. Moore, etate -insurance
commissioner and, state fire mar
shal,, will leave Tuesday on a trip
that wll take, him to 'Minneapol
is and St Paul. He first will go
to Seattle on business for his. de
partment ' In Minneapolis he will
attend a, natianal convention 'of
state' Insurance officials, and in
St. Paul a convention of state fire
Does Tills Interest You?
If you .are looking for a Job, or
if1 yon. need to employ help, use
the city free employment bureau
at the YMCA- Adr.
Inspecting County Roads
Judge W. M. Bushey and Com
missioner J. T. Hunt left Friday
fdr Mehama and Mill City where
they are inspecting'- some' of the
county road projects. They ex
pect to return to Salem this even
ing, r :---
Baseball Today j
j Salem Metal -Workers vS. Hop-
mere, Oxford park, 3 p. m. Adr.
Kells to Coastr-
SecretaryC. A. Kells . of the Sa
lem , YMCA left ; Saturday for a
rief visit to the! Ep worth, League
institute at Falls City. From there
hej was. to go over, to . Newport,
.where his .family have been visit
ing for the past 10 days. They ex
pect to return toSalem tonight
of on Monday..
Bay Your Tires From
Vick Bros., and-save the differ
ence. New low prices now in ef
Barber Goes East
'. - "Jack' Barber, foreman at the
TJreithaupt greenhouses east of
town; left Thursday for a five
'weeks trip to New York. His wife
has been.-, visiting : there for i the
past two months; and he will Join
her In finishing up the family va
cation before again returning: to
National Commercial Securities Co
Offices removed to 411 and' 412
United States National bank build
ing. We will be pleased td have
you call on us' in our new loca
Mlnnesotana to Meet
"The Minnesota club of the Wil
lamette ralley will hold its fourth
annual basket picnic at the state
fair, grounds on Wednesday Aug.
15. The invitation is extended
COOL sparkling drink,
from" our sanitary
lountain, mixea ty attend
ants who are experts In their
line, will make you forget
e s -
td. aU ; former - Gophers to attend
the. 'Dicnlci HHncr
Coffee will be served by tia soct
eiy, - . .
See" our ' high grade room 'else
wutons at 6S.75. HU-Stiff
Furn. Co. Adv.
Traffic Ylolatbrs Arrested
? Improper license - plates ' caused
the arrest of Harold Georm An.
derson yesterday, while Fred Gor-
aon was haled Into the Justice
court to answer to the charge of
Overloading a stare. The aitmU
were made by Bl B. Reinhart. Lee
. Brown, of Eugene, was fined
10 for; speeding by Judge Kuntx.
The-other-two' men arrested have
not yet appeared' in court
KodaV rJSnu Dereloped--, ,
At thalCanital Drur Store 'will
be tbe' best! work' you have ever
naoxdone.- Tilms In at 8- a.- m.
ready J4f it m. Those in bv 1
p m;.ready at 5 p. m. Adr.
Kidnapping Crise Slated :
Hearing of Donna B. Henry on
a charge of kidnapping will be
held in the Justice court Tuesday.
The woman was ? arrested upon
j OREGON PULP & PAPER C6.
.j Salem, Oregon j
J . ' MANUFACTURERS
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Sulphite; and Manila Wrapping, also Btrtchers Wrap-
pings, Adding Machine Paper, Greaseproof, Glasslne,
Drug Bond, Tissue, Screeninffs and Specialties. ,
Phone 124. : 345 State St.
UNION ABSTRACT COMPANY,
Before parting with your money for a deed
r or mortgage, be assured that the title is O K. by;
securinjr a reliable abstract. : '
U. S. Pajje, Prexident ; V. E. Hanson Secretary
i 2. aa jl a a. l. m. m i... a. a m a a aa- m. i a - J a. . a
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. '3V. . An ounce of prevention is worth s pound of.
: i . ' - i -' ' ' cure ereryUmel.., -
Build your home of MILESTONE hollow tile and give
' your family Increasing protection against the danger of
I ffr and' destruction-.' 1
I . . - Then, and only" then, should you rest your mind from
l those, unpleasant thoughts.
" - In' addltloh. your MILESTONE home will be built with
S S - a iuitt itmtnrt (hn lnwt maintenance... div.
B - CUUUIIUA t
t preclatlon, and at a first
I: . desirable materials.
"S, For your family's sake, please enquire now
Oregon Gravel Company
p . 1405 N. Front '
complalnC 6tT K' T; McKeynolds;
'Who charges that she "maliciously
forcibly and fraudulently took or
enticed' Eleanor Lyla McReynolds
a minor, under 16 years of age,"
from her lather. . .
New Pianos . for' Rent "
H. Li Stiff Furniture Co. Adv.
Attorney, Named Administrator
John Bayne, Salem attorney,
has been named administrator of
the estate of Michael O'Neill by
J udge - Bushey. - O'NeUl died . in
New Jersey on March 16, leaving
an estate in Oregon with the prob
able value of 13363 in personal
and S960O in real property. The
will was probated in New Jersey.
r Mr. and Mrs, Ralph White, who
are spending their summer vaca
tion at Breitenbush springs, write
that they are having a delightful
YOtTLL COME OFTEN
to this restaurant after you
once enjoy a dinner in . a
fcosy corner at a table built
for two. You'll like the ap- V
pointments, the service, the
food And we rather Imag.
lne that the moderate charge.
for all this pleasure will not
; be displeasing,
tr'"" I .1
, - 7 '
cost only little more than less
a'fatf-lk oil I
tlme Ralph x says " that - he - alld
down practical all the way from
the top of Mount Jefferson on the
ice and ; that his trousers were
worxjL far , too thin : for., comfort
long before he reached the bot
tom. . The visiters are to return
about the last of this month.
Five-Room Flat : r
Modern; fully furnished, at 666
Ferry St. Ground floor. $45 a
month. Call at Statesman business
office or phone 23. Adv.
Boyers.Have Fine Trip '
Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Boyer, Mrs.
B. E. Carrier and Miss Beda'
Erickson returned to the city yes
terday after a motor trip to Mt.
. Frail Jars, JeUj Glasses.
Garden Tools Rubber
r Hose at a great savins:
Steii&cck Jucfc Co.
402 N. Com'l. Phone 523
House of Half Million
and One Bargains.
We Buy all Kinds of
L You i become - ddroughly
versed . ' in the" business
practices . t'haC will, make
you. successful it you en
ter; our school and are
conscientious , la 1 your
studies,:J. il;vil!iS2 .
START HER It!!
' qua, cumicui.ut pv ,
Another Good Piano" and Jumiture
Tuesday Kent, Aurjust i 14 1 :2fj p; ra., r Q
555 Ghemelieta Sfect I fi K i v m
, - ; " .coitsisiu o.',;
Upright -piano rja. fine; sectional bcises ; ;
-oak.-china cabmet; large : ik dresserTanct chifl
;ief X.wax buffet; 48inch to extension tafci3
and leather seated diners to match; waxed oak library,
table ; 2jockers, lather seats; 2 oak.taberettes ; oak
vamty fsser, white enamel vanity dresser- Simmon's
steel bed inakrfmiah, steel spring and silk floss rnat-
l tress ; breakfast table ? 7 rockers ? 2 couches ; xlaVehpbrt'
bed ; 8 diners ; bed room. suite; 2 feather beds; 2. wool:
mattresses; ingrain oarpetCAxminster, ra 12x14:
piaple dresser; fall leaf table; 3 .burner oil stove: 2 hant
Bms large cupboard; stand fables ; kitchen saflr
4-noIe cook stove ; commode ; kitchen 'Chairs ; cdmforts,
sheets, blankets, pillows; table cloths, emjrty- fruit jars
meat- grinder; portiers, dishes, kitchen utensfls, sofa
cushions, wash tubs, mirrors, . hat rack, cloth basket,
flowers, wringer, books, and many- other articles.
Terms cash. , -..: .,,.f"
If you want good furniture, don't miss this
Goods on inspection on day of sale only
: V Phone 51 lr.
Woodry Buys and Sells Furniture'
: The durable slat basket with-six brace wires and
At RIGHT PRICES
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" Yours For Quick Svice
AIco. Wood -pEcdimcc
Hood,Thursday, where they visit-ed,wlth-
jMr. and ? Mrs.. Jcseii
Smulllns. They , drove over tte
new Mt Hood loop and road as
far as constructed on the east side
of the mountain, and also visited
the new-Homestead Inn, the start-f
ing point for those who make the
ascent from the east side of the
mountain. While away they were
fortunate in having a clear view
of the apex and enjoyed watching
the parties climbing, through the
snow to the summit.
It makes a picnic cn
lawn or, table
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r Is now booking sales for
J SEPTOCTW NOVV, BECL
. Secure your dates early
for. best choice. -You may
- write oi1 phone me' !
Jv r: Best'-1610 N. .Summer i
St Salem, Phone 511
3 YourS for efficient! service
0 , i Tbo' Lire' Rtoct, . ,;. .
and General Farm- , Sale
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Rigdon & Son's
Father Time, says: MW1U you wish you bad. at this time
135 N, Coa'L Phone 197
AILany, Orcca '
2SS N. Commercial