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TIIE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
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i CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Kitva.ni.iu in South.
O. Ed Ross was the represonta
tiTo of the Kiwanis lub of Salem
at Med ford and Ashland when
charters were presented to the Ki
wanis clubs in those cities Mon
day and Tuesday nights, respect
ively. Last nisht a charter was
presented the Roseburs club,
where William Chadwick. repre
sented the local club. There are
now 1". Kiwanis clubs in Oregon,
nine of which have been organ
ized in the last year. The 1Z are
at Portland. Salem. Oregon City.
Tillamook. Albany. Eugene. Rose
burg, Medfordt Ashland. Klamath
Palls, Marshfield, Reedsport, As
toria, The Dalles and Raker. '
j At Dreamland Saturday night.
Best music and floor in valley.
Lot of Pep. dl5
Kiu anians Go to Corral lis
Several prominent Salem Ki
wanis club members motored to
Corvallis late Wednesday after
noon to attend a meeting of busi
ness men interested in a Kiwanis
club for that city. Those making
the trip were Dr. H. E. Morri?. N
D. Elliott. Rev. W. W. Long, Al
fred Vick and Sam A. Kozer.
The Women's Club Chorus
Concert Monday evening, De
cember 17, First Methodist
church. Benefit Old People's
home. Admission 50 cents. Tick
ets on sale at Moore's and Will's
Music Houses. dl5
Will Build Apartment
An apartment .house, costing
$10,000, will be built by J. D
Hartwell at 1200-1224 State. The
building will measure 82 by 165
feet. While I work on the apart,
ment has hot begun, it will get
under way in the near future. A
building permit for. the construc
tion was issued to Mr. Hartwell
Wednesday by Marten Poulsen.
Order now. Flake's
We deliver. 1
Lejilon Order to Initiate
Initiation of nearly a dozen can
didates will be staged in Silverton
Friday night by La Societe des 40
Homines et 8 Chevaux, special or
der -of the American legion. Of
this number four will be from Sa
lem. Members of Voiture 153 plan
to leave Salem about 7 o'clock,
as the fun is slated to begin about
7:30 o'clock. '
The bargain Dance at Dream
land Saturday night. Gents 55
cents, ladies free. Follow the
Dallas Man Lions Speaker
Rev. C. F. Trimble, pastor of the
Christian church, Dallas, will
speak to the Salem Lions club Fri
day noon on "Making My Home
Grafted Walnut Trees
Improved Trench Prnn Treei
i General Hnriery Stock
Sales Yard and Office, 644 Ferry St.
j FRUITLAND NURSERY
A. J. MATBJS, Prop.
Office Phone 199. Res. 1140M,
The Original and Genuine Spin
el Adjustment Treatment. Skill
full, Painless Adjustment that
DR. Jj. C. MARSHALL
Osteopathic Physician and
228 Oregon Bldg. Balem.
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SOS V. a. Vatloaal Bank Bsfldlas
rfcone 859 Km. Phone IW
I DR. B.H.WHITE
OeteepaUl Phyeiclaa and Bnxf
Electronic DUgnoaia and Treataaat
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i Balem Orecea
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TREES and SHRUBS
Sales Yard, and Office
Cherry City Hotel.
130 S. High St
MATHIS NURSERY CO.
Office Phone t7."W.
Res. Phone 1074.
Equitable Savings A Loan
Barry G. Keeney, Representative,
01 Masonic Bids. Phone 1840
US Oresoa Bnildiaf Telephone 487
The Seavey, Bell Insurance
(Formerly Dr. Schenks)
249 S. Cottage St.
THONE - - 1182
LADD & BUSH
.General Banking Business
OfficeHoars From 10 A. M. to 3 P. M,
Town Better." Rev. Mr. Trimble
takes an active part in oivic af
fairs in his home city and is a
member of the-' Dallas .UusineM
Men's dub. Rich L. Reimann wili
preside a chairman of the day.
Dance, Auburn Hall
Friday night. The Five Enter
tainers assure you a good time.
Kuntz Knew Defeated Leader
Reminiscences of 30 years ago
were called forth yesterday when
P. J.i Kuntz, justice of the pea
notlrel a newspaper photograph
of William J. Graham, defeated
candidate for the leadership of the
house of representatives, who lest
out to Nicholas Longworth. Judge
KiiDtz knew Mr. Graham person
ally, as well as his family in Aledo,
111., in 1891. His sister taught
school Under Judge Kuntz. who
was then superintendent of schools
Will Address Buttermakers
F. G. Deckebach of the Marion
creamery will respond to an ad
dress of welcome by Mayor Baker
in Portland Friday at the opening
session of the 14th annual Oregon
Buttermakers' association conven
tion. D. J. Hoffman of M"t. Angel
will also speak during the con
vention. An exceptionally fine
program of interest to the butter
makers will be presented.
Holly for Sale
- City View Cemetery.
Forgery Charge Dismissed
Charges of forgery were dis
missed injustice court yesterday
afternoon when Roy Knight ap
The largest assortment to choose
from. At Hamilton's. dl3
Another Burglary Iteportel
Though his home was ransacked
Friday night, Dec. 7. no report of
the burglary was made to the po
lice by E. P. Cockran, 1757 Che-
meketa street, until early Wednes
day afternoon- As far as careful
search could reveal there was noth
ing stolen from the residence.
Six Patterns of Davenports
And overstuffed chairs to be
sold at greatly reduced prices to
make space on our floor for new
goods arriving. Hamilton's. dl3
Traffic Violators in Court
Speeding cost C. Belton $15
when he appeared before Judge P.
J. Kantz in justice court Wednes
day. He was arrested by Kenneth
JONES In this city Wednesday.
Dec. 12. Loy A. Jones at the
age of 36 years. Survived by
his step-mother, -Mrs. Agnes
Jones of Gervais. sister, Mrs.
Inez May. Saleni, half brothers,
Everett M. Jones, Eugene, Or.;
Ralph Jones, Gervais, Or.; step
brothers, V. Howard Ramp,
Brooks, Or.; George E. Ramp,
Malcolm Ramp of Brooks, Or.;
Was a member of the Blue lodge
No. 54 of Gervais, Royal Arch
Commandery, Gervais. Al Kader
Shrine. Portland. Was in the
late war serving two years over
seas. Funeral services will be
held Fridav. Dec. 14 at the
Pioneer church at 2 o'clock. In
terment in the Pioneer cemetery
Rigdon & Son in charge.
SHUTT At a local hospital Dec.
11. 1923, Miss Thelma Shutt,
26 years of age, daughter of
Mrs. Nellie Jensen, and sister
of Theresa and Clare Shutt, all
living near Salem. Funeral
Thursday 3 o'clock from Rig
don mortuary. Interment Mt.
BARKER At the home of his
niece at 1209 Ferry street, Dec.
11, i923, William C. Barker, 83
years of age, he father of Bert
Brown Barker of New York
City, grandfather of Clint B.
Barker of Garibaldi, and uncle
of Mrs. Sadie Jepson of Salem.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday, Dec. 13, at lr30 p.
m. from the Rigdon mortuary.
Interment will be in Lee Mis
Webb & Clough
Rigdon & Son's
Bloom, a Mate officer. Andrew
Vercter is charged with failure to
Sive proper signals when stopping
his automobile on the highway, in
a complaint filed by G. Max Flan
nery, another state officer.
After the Honeymoon
Whether it lasted a day or ."0
year?, you want a home of your
own. Here's a 4-room modern
bungalow that is almost f unshed.
It is built right and will last as
long as you do. Has basement
and fireplace, trim lot, south. Ce
ment walks, graded and view.
Price. $3200. and $ .'.00 down, bal
ance like rent takes it. Another
of 0 rooms. Come in. Hecke &
Hendricks, U. S. Hk. Bldg. Sdl3
Big Poultry Meeting
A big poultry meeting to be held
in the Auburn district east of Sa
lem in the new Auburn school
house Friday night of this week
will be addressed by Prof. F. E.
Fox, of the department of poul
try husbandry at Oregon Agricul
ture college. It will be in the
nature of a Community club meet
ing, and everyone interested in
poultry is invited to be present.
A very successful similar meeting
in Auburn at about this time last
year was addressed by Prof. H.
E. Lunn of OAC.
At Christmas Cheney neck
wear. 75c to $2. A. A. Clothing
Co., Masonic Temple. dl4
Joseph Schuler and Mildred M.
Daveny were granted a marriage
.Mirrors for the Bath Room J
Hall, library or living rooms.
Hamilton's, 34 0 Court. d!3
Officials in Seattle
F. A. Elliott, state forester, and
II. J. Eberly, deputy state forest
er, are in Seattle attending a con
vention of the Western Forestry
and Conservation association.
Beautiful Furnished Home
Everything you want and on
edge of Salem, on pavement. Price
$6750 over all. and immediate
possession. Hardwood floors and
double garage, player piano and
everything new. Becke & Hen
dricks, U. s. Bk. Bldg. Sdl3
Patient Attacks Attendant
Mrs. Charles Huddleston. an at
tendant at the state hospital for
the insane, was attacked by a wo
man natipnt Tiipstav nichf- who
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assaulted her with a heavy polish
ing block, dislocating Mrs. Hud-
dleston's shoulder and lacerating
her scalp, necessitating her re
moval to the hosnital surterv. Two
women patients were fighting and
of VALITON'S SHOE STOCK
Is Now On
They came from far and near.
pleased. You can save
when the attendant attempted to
separate thoni one of them attack
ed her. Mrs. Huddleston is the
wife of the turnkey at the state
Dr. II. J. "lenient s
Is moving today to his new res
idence, 360 N. 14th St. It seems
probable that telephone service to
the residence will be interrupted
for a few days. dl.'i
Hijrlier Rates Asked
The Seholls Telephone company
of Beaventon and Hillsboro, Wash
ington county, ha filed with the
public service commission a pro-
! posed schedule of increased rates,
j amounting to about 25 per cent.
$."0 spinnet desk, $39.50. Ham
State Engineer Rhea Luper has
extended the date for filing claims
in the Deschutes river adjudica
tion proceedings from December
14 to January 5.
Large House Cheap .
$4 00 down, balance like rent,
S rooms, south, three lots in fruit.
Becke & Hendricks, I". S. Hank
Scouts May Reorganize
Organization of the Boy Scouts
of Marion, Polk, Benton and Linn
counties under the department in
stead of the committee system wis
proposed at a meeting held in Al
bany Tuesday night. Steps are be
ing taken to work out the new
system. Mayor John B. Giesy and
other prominent men and scout
leaders of the four counties at
tended the meeting.
A Happy Thought
Give something in the fur line
for Christmas. We'll assist you
to select something appropriate.
West Fur Co., 521 Court St. dl3
Gilberts' Work is Praised
After looking over the state
training school Wednesday. W. D.
Vincent, superintendent of the
Idaho boys' industrial school at
St. Anthony, greatly praised Super
intendent L. ' M. Gilbert for his
work at the school. The school
located at Salem is one of the
best and most efficient of its kind
Hartman Jewelrv Store
State and Liberty Streets
in the country, Mr. Vincent said.
Berore locating in Idaho .Mr. Vin
cent lived in Kansas.
Come in Today
And see our splendid stock of
furs. We will gladly help you solve
any remodeling problem you might
have. West Fur Co., .". L' 1 Court.
Judge Iell Resigns
J. W. Bell has submitted to
Governor Pierc his resignation as
district judge for department No.
1, Multnomah county, effective
January 1. His successor has not
yet been named by tne governor.
It will Pay Voiix
To look at Hamilton's, the big
Mere with little prices. Good
furniture our specialty. dlo
Harry 1'Ieisig Dead
The F.Iks lndep of Salpm h:s re
ceived information of thp death of
uarry t letsig at Santa Cruz, I al.
Mr. Fleisig was formerly a mem
ber of Saleni lodge, but lft here
KWONG FOOK & CO.
Holiday Goods on Sale
Chinaware, silk handkerchiefs', embroidery, table covers,
silk slippers, kimonas, waists, blouses, Chinese and Japanese
fancy goods, ornaments, baskets, ladies and gentlemen's furnish
ing goods, neckwear, purses, silk underwear, etc.
264 N. Commercial St.
D. W. SAXG Chinese Medicine Office in Side.
Oregon Pulp and Paper Co.
Salem, Oregon X
Sulphite, and Manila Wrappings, also Butchers Wrap
pings, Adding Machine Paper, Greaseproof, Glassine,
Drug Bond, Tissue, Screenings and Specialties.
For the discriminating' buyer. More and more the pub
lic is realizing the importance of giving useful presents.
In our stock can be found a present for every member
of the family.
And They're Useful Too.
DOUGHTON & MARCUS
286 N. Commercial.
of people have
a number of years ago and demit-
ted to a lodge in California. The
message announcing his death
came from the secretary of the
Klks lodge at Santa t'ruz.
Auction K;il Friday
1:30 p. in., 2 10. Market st reet.
furniture of 7-rooni house. F. X.
YVoodry is the auctioneer. d 1 '!
The Northwest Poultry Journal
for Dcppinh'T contains 2 pages of
unusually interesting information
for poultry raisers, big and little.
The publication is edited by W. C.
Connor and is published by The
Statesman job department.
A big line spinnet desks. Ham
Shop in Forenoon
As has been the custom for a
number of years. Saleni stbre
generally are closing at the regu
lar hour, and not keeping open
later during the holiday rush.
They sought, they bought and are
money as many thousands
by attending this
JOHN J. ROTTLE
The Walkover Store
Trading during the morning hours
avoids crowded conditions, -tired
salespeople, , and disarranged
stocks, and all who can do so are
urged to shop early in the day.'
Prunes for. Sale
30-3.1 prunes to the pound, pack
ed in 2S-lb. boxes. 2r,-lbs. net, $3
per box; 30-lds, per 2.-lb.
box: .40-fiOs. $2.r0 per 27-h box:
r,rt-r,0s, $2 "per 2.-;-lb. box.: Red
Hills brand, non-irrigated famous
fruits. Howard Dencer,-grower and
packer, phone SF2, rt 3 box 15S.
Home Coming Kvenlng ..
Homecoming evening at the
First Evangelical church will be
held in the basement of, the church
Friday, December 14
210 Market St., corner Front and Market
Near the King's
Including good 6-hole Opal Range, Heater, Beds,
Springs and Mattresses, Child's bed like new, Dressers,
Rugs, Kitchen Utensils, Dishes, Rocker, Chairs, Cur
tains; 75 lbs. Dried Apples, 75 lbs. Dryed Prunes, and
many, other articles that make up the furnishings of a
7-roomed house. Terms cash. ' . -
F. N. WOODRY, Auctioneer, Phone 511
Wopdry Buys Furniture for cash or sells on Commission
I ; 'Neckwear 1 j
TV 1 Plain Vestees, : i
TQ. n IN Camisole Vestees '')'
Mi - ' n) rTS Straight Collars, 'A
MM . Qjf VL RoumLCoIlars t
llpl Collars and Cuffs , Li
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Is Now in Full Force
this evening. All the members ond
their families and the friends of
the church are invited to attend.
The women of the church will
serve diuner from C:30 to 7:30.
After an hour of fellowship the
annual , business meeting of the
church will be held. Of fleers of -the
Bible school will be elected
and the regular officers of the
church for 192. A royal time is
expected, and the purpose is for
everyone to become better ac
quainted with everyone else. Tlans
will be presented by the pastor
and the officers for the work of.'
the new year. A hearty welcome
to all will be given.
Practical in the Ait of Ilemodeling
West Fur Co., 521 Court. d!3
Food Products Co.
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