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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2C, 1923
Phone S3 A drertUlng Dept.
Rat per word:
Per insertion ., ,, . ,.
Three Inaertioaa , , .,
itrk insurance sooixtt
W. H. Burgherdt, Jr.
Beeldeat Agent 871 State St.
MONEY TO LOAN
. On Reel Estate
T. K. FORD
ffvr Ladd Busb Ban)
Expert Auto Repairing
Service car i connection. Ja
Doerfer Motor Repair.
W. E. GRUNERT
25 State St.
for rent furnished I
FOR RENT FURNISHED MODERN
h.tt ma 7SS Slate HI. 1-fli
SEAMAN'S APARTMENTS NICELT fur-
POR- RENT APARTMENTS, 891 NO.
FURNACE HEATED ROOM TOREKT
Bear Capitol ouuaing. van -
. .-'-..-..,.; ; ' : Se-d27
vxrna . a v nT u r M TR AND
sleeping rooms. Leonard Hotel. 254, N.
lyoat Htree. - - ,
nntvoi-n rum aim U" BT 7"
wording "Furnished Roomf.' prUe 10
'rents eaca. statesmea oiuimh
fee Oroond floor. - -
TR. RENT - A MODERN 6 ROOM
vita large sleeping porch, bsBesaeat,
. uhwil wo bloeka from
Liaeola school. Wat. Flminr. PfcoM
. 1734M. - 8b-d23tf
fOR SALE Miscellaneous!
TEE WILLAMETTE BARGAIN HOUSE
vv975 N. Commercial, Phone 688
:-vtMi furniture, stoTee, ranges, bouae-
hold rol and r tools. . Our expenses
tre.low? we.eaa gif. yoa a ""."iVa
gain. ' -28
beautiful Oregon Rose '
iad eleven ottw Oregoa soar together
-with a Has eoUsetioa of patriotie senga.
aacraa aoara sad ataay ali-Uiaa lavw
'T--' "iv'ALivo!ii'- ;
' ".fSfloclal prices ia quantity .lota .
XcrtoctaOy adaptable Jor aebaol eommasr
lir or homo siacisc ' Bea tot
... . y . "
iVestenv Songster '
f'; ;iq paa bow U Its third oditioa -
' "OREOOS TEACHERS MOKTHLTj
JIS a. Comaiereisi SW . . . gslasa. -Ora.
PKISTTED CARDS SIZE 14" BY IH"
-wordisf Tor Sale, Enqaira at' Prlca
'JO cent each. Statcsmaa Boalncaa
- Office, Groaad Floor. -
CKZRWOOD TYPEWRITER CO.
.i-aro toot aaacaiaa rrpairo by tas
peopl who aaaka It. Special rratal
rrva to tadssU. 100 Uaaoaia -Bldf.
I hoaa ttZ. 2f
GOAT. MEAT. FIRST CLASS. YOUNO
sail 1st. 6o per poaadr by wholo or
half. Deli-orod frea. , SoaU Bf'"
market. Pboaa T8. 30
FDR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS 10
seats a bundle. Cireaiatioa Aeparttaeat
oikuti rtateun an
TAT( CORN f ED DUCKS FOR CHRIST
dinner. Phone- BF3. 4a-d26
: - HELP WANTED j
BZT.I. MADISOX 'BETTER MADE'
bxIIRTd direct from .oar factory to
wearor. No capital or experience ro-
- uird. Easfly sold. Bif profile Write
fT FRZE SAMPLES.. MA DISOM
' V ILLS. SO Broadway, Kew York.
ICaXJE AVX msftT.B
WANTED MES AKD WOMEN TO
7 take farm paper saboeriptioos. A. good
-propoaition to tie rifbfc paopla. Ad
drssa the PaeifU Homestead. SUteamaa
I 'r.. Pale. Or. '
f: T, LOST AND FOUND
: LOST GOLD WRIST WATCH WITH
black ribbon. Phone '2002J. Reward.
.REAL ESTATE City j
FOR SALE OR TRADE 10 ACRES
land psUore. ' Will take car aa. part
payment. Koas Condit,' AnmsrUlr, Ore
' gon. " . 8-d26
NEW 5 ROOM HOUSE. CORNER LOT,
modern in arery detail. 4 room boose,
: , practically ,aew, $3000. Gertrude 3.
Sr. Psga. - 8-d25tf
.A good 7 room plsatered boase with
r n i(rn plnmbine and eleetria lights,
f Ttz corner lot. Immediate possea
i n. . Thia property is priced below
t'rp aool and ear line.
. - r & co.
On week ; (six insertions) 8
One montli '. 20s
Six montba' contract per mo 1S
12 months' contract, per mo 12o
31 in imam for any aUvertteeaaeBt 25e
1 REAL ESTATE City J
Ladd Bosh Bids;. ' 8-d26
FOR SALE POUR ROOM HOCSE. Good
lot, Hooth Salem $850; eaay terms.
Firo room bouao four lots. $1600. Six
room boos corner lot $3300. Strictly
modern homo eloae ia $6000. Tea acre
tract close ia $2500. A rood house
Tslao $3500 sod cash for a small farm.
Want to bay fir or tea acres, must
bo cheap. House to rent.
, y. Lu WOOD. 841 State St. S-JSStf
SOME SPECIAL LOW PRICES
For the balance of the week at the
following brand new baagalowa:
$2800 Strictly modern 4 rooms.
$3AO Strictly modern 5 rooms.
$3500 Strictly . modern 5 room a.
S50O0 Ktrietly modern 5 rooms.
- $6500 Strictly znodera 6 rooms.
: U Ha a lot or a suburban house sea
CHILDS 8t BECHTEL -.
510 State St. 8-d25tf
BARGAINS DON'T OVERLOOK THAT
apartment beasa close In that will pay
15 per ceat aa the investment; also
that a room reiideace 7 block from
the buslneaa center, for $3000. $300
cask and $40 a mouth, ineludint inter
eat. .base are real bargains. Scott Jk
-Harris. 208 Oregon Bldg.
7 ream plsatered boase, east Salem.
Bear Center street. A bargain for
We hare a buyer for a little bouse.
Will pay $100 cash and $15 per
month. ft '
Stock and equipment aa 80-aere fsrm
for sale. 8600. Three years leaae for
1-3 of crop. - c -. -
Small grocery store well located for
asle. - . i
If yen hare anything to exchange
". See THOMASON, S31s SUte St.
-. r ,. - 8 d22tf
. : ." . FOR SALE ;.
room boagalow, baaement, well lo
cated: new, only $3100. Easy terms.
6 room strictly modern bungalow,
just off Capitol BU , An exceUent bay
for $5250.. ,,
New 4 room modern bungalow, well
located. - A snap : at $2800 aad easy
terma. - - i -
8 fine lots, facing east en Capital
St.. 'parement paid. $468 each. Yoa
will hsTS to act amick if you waat to
secure aaa of them.
List your property with me.
If it ia a boase, a farm, a lot, or
trade' yoa waat, sea me.
, RICH. L. REIMAXX ;
- - Realtor
Office Phone 1013 Kee. Phone 726R
, . , . . 229 Oregon Bldg. 8-d22tf
STRICTLY MODERN 5 ROOM HOME,
completely furnished with high class
furnishings," fnrnsce, f ireplsce, gsrsge,
close . in. A bargain at $6300.
- WINNIE PETTYJOHN. Realtor '
318 .Orego Bldg. 8-d20tf
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 14" BY 7"
wero-ag. " tm nmat, jmvm
cents each. - Statesman Baaiaeaa Of
fice. Ground Floor. .
PRINTED CARDS. SIZE 14" BY 7",
WOTamg xor noni, yi.m
each. Statesman i Business Office, aa
Orooad Floor.' ' '
REAL ESTATE f ARMS 1
LOOK-- -v;. .
24 sera fruit, ranea neany m ,
bearing orchard, t room modern bouse
bnilt ten years ago. bara aad oat build
ings. Priced for eoiek aale $6300;
W. IL GRABENHORST CO.
'. 27 State St. . 9-d23
FRIDAY SATURDAY SPECIAL- ,
- 11.65 seres.
. acres ealtlrated. -
' 9.65 acres stump easily cleared.
-All choice hill land.
8 miles from Salem.
5 room bungalow.
. Barn and otae building.
Cloao to FJeetria Railway.
. Pried $2,500 easy termi.
A. C. BOHRN8TEDT '
147 No. Commercial St.. Salem. Oreroa.
f uSED CARS FOR SALE I
YES WE HAVE TflE BEST USED
esra ia Salem and lots oi mem. vie
aoa Auto Exehaage, 173 S. Liberty.
NERR-A-CAR A BARGAIN AT $85.
Call at 1441 . Com-i. xi-mii-
USED AUTOMOBILES AT PRICES
THAT WILL PLEASE YOU '
Lia-ht deliery ; , $ 50.00
V-A iMrliir ear -
Chevrolet 490 touring
Bairk Foot roadster -Elgin
Orrrland Four roadster
Podge tearing (1922)
nr v wv VVvr 1 NX rv
219 North Commercial Sk Salem. Or.
GOOD USED CARS GINGRICH M0-
tor Oa 819 State. a-u
HAS IT EVER-OCCURRED TO YOU that
some firms psy premiums on usea cars
in order to sell new ones I That thia
premiam ia often -passed on to their
customer. Oar aim is to bay our used
ears at tba ri$bt price aad sell them
so that each customer forma a link ia
the chain of our selling organization.
Make it a point ta see our used cars.
1922 Ford touring, double Hasslers,
speedometer, etc. $225. -
1921 Ford touring, runs and looks
like new, remarkable -aloe. $250.
1920 Port touring car, quick aale
price $250. , , .-- ; , .
-1918 Buiek six taurine a real bar
gain. The price "aa ia" $300.
' 1919 Buick six, has bad most excel
lent car. $525. ;
1922 Buick 4 roadster. $625.
1923 Bnick sedan, could aat be told
from brand i"r csr. $1850.
- , . OTTO J. WILSON -
USED CARS FOR SALE 1
USED CARS FOR LESS
Ford road iter $295.00
Maxwell touring 135.00
Mas well touring 65.00
Cherrolet touring .... 300.00
Dodge roadster 450.00
- - Terms if - desired
-NEWTON CI1HVROLET CO. -227
N. High. ' , Pboae 1000
- ' . ; ll d22t(
USED FORD CARS FROM AW
AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER
1915 touring , a C5.00
1917 touring - . , T , 95.00
1918 touring ainn on
1923 tearing f o on
1921 coupe $.. on
1928 coupe ,. i j i , f-a. na
1919 del eery - , , , ,, inn
1920 track 9S35.00
All rare gasraatoed to bo ia good
-raaaiag order. 1924 lie ease with
arery ear. Liberal terms.
Opes E-eoinrt aa 8aaaya
' , VALLEY MOTOR CO
S60 Ka. High Phena 1995
; l-' tl-d7tf
STUMP PULLER BIO TYPE JUMBO
preferred. Call . 117F11. ; 13 d30
REGISTERED JERSEY COWS WANT
ed. State what yoa bare aad price.
Address "Dairy Farm." Care Statee
wtan. - - d4tf
WANTED POSITION AS HOUSEKEEP
er by espsble young womsn. Refer
t eaces if required. No. 1185 Statesman.
WOOD FOR SALE "
GOOD WOOD PHONE 1879W. REAS
onable -prices. ' 14-425
OAK, ALSO 16-INCH OLD FIR AND
Second-growth 4 ft. We do hauling
of all kinda. Insured carrier. Phone
19F3. M. D. Mayfield. 14d20U
DEP$N DABLE COAL AND DRY WOOD
in all sixes. Prompt delivery. Pboaa
1833. H1IXMAN FUEL CO. 14-dtf
FOR DRY WOOD CALL 0. D. QUERY.
Phono 77F8. a27t
BEST GRADX OF WOOD -4
ft. and 16 iacb green mill wood
Dry aaitf wood -Dry
second growth fig
, Dry old fir.
16 lack BLOCK mill wood la the bast
fuel to save your dry wood. Prompt
delivery . and reasonable price. Fred
K. Wails. 880 8. Chorea. Phone 1543.
- ' fifttf
Accidents Mar Christmas
Observance at Spokane
SPOKANE, Dec. 25. One man
dead, and two- dying furnish, the
darker sMe of the Christmas cele
brations here.- Mrs. O. C. Schmide
was rua down by an automobile
IasUnixht aa she hurried J0r a
street car after attending a thea
ter. She Is not expected tolire.
Fred E, Misselhern, 42, a jr.eat
cotter hot himself in the t head
at 'his home after he had watched
his' family' .open ' their Christmas
presentsvthis morning. He is be
lieved fatally Injured. :
' Mt3. af Isselherti said he had re
cently been promoted and thought
he had .been worrying . abou't his
new work. ; - . . x . .:. .tfi, ;
An unknown man killed .him
self ; at the entrance c to- Sajcred
Heart hospital here today.; No
mark, of identification save a ,ta
tootd L' on his right arm was
found-to identify him. - ' "
The; objection', to a pineapple', is
that; it' tastes toq much like pine
and not enough like apple. ,
Speaking of the - Community
chestjit seems, to us that for some
time past .we bare been a member
of thev League of Donations.
TO'TAkE .' TURK POST."
' Henry Lane Wilson or Craw
fordTl!l lad., probably will
become Ambansador to Turkey
after the Treaty of Lausanne.
. restoring, diplomatic relations
between the United States and
Turkey, la ratified by tbe Sen
ate. Mr. Wilson discussed tb
Ambassadorship question with
Presideot jCoolldge and. It 18
'understood, received an as
surance be would' be named
unless there are unexpected
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Of Reliable Business
AC COUNT ANT
SYSTEMS INSTALLED. ANNUAL State
ments; Income Tax Returns, prepared.
L. A. Weatacott. Phone 1602J. j!6
SALEM AUMBULANCE SERVICE
Pboaa 666; 173 8. Liberty. Day aad
FREEMAN STRUBLE. REGISTERED
Architects, 610 Bank of Commerce
BATTERY AND EIXCTRICXAJr
PRESTO-LITE B ATT R R Y SERVICE
Station. Expert battery aad electrical
work. Ferris Bros.. Phone 1808 - 418
"Court. .-. ? .
R. D. BARTON EXIDE BATTERIES
tartar and generator work; 171 South
BICYCLES AND BXPAZAXHO
LLOYD B. BAM8DEN DAYTON BICY
BIRDS. FLOWERS AND PBTJI
FLAKE'S PETLAND. BIRDS. FLOWERS
Pete. 878 Btote tf.
CARPET AMD RUG WEAVING
SALEM OA BP KT" CLEANING AND
Fluff Rug Works Rag and fluff ruga
woven any also without seams. New
mattresses made to order. Old mat
tresses remade. Feathers renovated. I
buy aU kinds of eld carpets for fluff
rugs. 18 V. and Wllbar atreeu. Pboaa
1164. Otto P. Zwicker. Prop.
FOB CEMENT WORK CALL AT 48
N. Summer street ' Phone 674-J. -
CHIMNEY SWEEPING F U R N A O E
oleaalac. F. Couacilman. Ray L. Farna
er Hardware toawsy.-
i CHTJTESB PHYKCIAH '
IR I. T. DICK CURES ANY KNOWN
d'iseoae. 153 8. High St. Phone 288.
R. S. ' F. 800TT, G RAD U ATX NA-
t'oaal university eeteacea, vaiwp.
Usasonie Temple. Phone 640.
4.RS. SCOTT 8CHOFIELD, P. 8. O.
Chiropractors, 414-19 U. 8. Baas mag.
Phone 87; res, 828-R.
DR. REDMOND, 82$ ' OREGON BLDG
Phone 1688. -
CXXANXRS AND SYERS
SALEM CLEANERS AND D Y X KB
Suite cleaned aad pressed. $1.50.
Baits sponged aad pressed. 60.
1215 S. Com. - Phone 1888
CIVIL, CONSULTING, CONSTRUOTiON
CeastraetiBx Engineer. Surveys, eeu
: metee. Jao. H. Naof. $19 Orsgon
Bldr. Phono 77a.
DRESSMAKING AND DESIGNING.'
Carrie Fiaher. MCrnaek Bldg., over
: MUlera. -. .:: t - v . al5tf
PRINTED CARDS SIZX 14" BY T",
wording ' "DrasstBaklac"; prlca 10
: neat each, Btatosmaa Baslnesa Office
' Oronad -Pleae. - "' - -" - - - - ' '
WM. NEIMEYER "JUST DRUGS.'
173 N. Commercial. Phono 167. -
SALEM, ELECTRIC . OO. M ASONIO
- buiding. a-pone liuu. . .- -
ELECTRIC FIXTURE AND. SUPPLY
Co. . Phone 1984, .323 N. Liberty.
ARCHIE FLEENER, ELECTRICIAN
liouse wiring by sour or eoairac.
timates famished. Pboaa 980. 414
Court St. , .?
HALIK'S ELECTRIC SHOP ELEC-
trlcJ machine repairiag, eontrseUiig.
837 Court. Phono 488. - --
POULTRYMXN . rSEND EIGHT TWO
ceat stomps for apodal three months'
. trial for the bast aad eldest journal ta
- the west. .Tba articles aad advertlse
meata ar4 of special Interest to ; the
nwaltr breeders of the Northwest.
Northwest Poultry Journal. Ill
marcial atrot, Salem. Oregoa.
IF YOU WANT TU GET THE BEST
farm paper, sead 15c ta the Faeiflc
. Horn as toad, Salem. Oregoa for three
aaoatha' '- trial . aabscriptiaa. Meatiea
this adl , . ' -
. FARM LOANS, v
- - No -adidtionei expease
. 406 Oregoa Building -
GOVERNMENT LOANS ON FARMS 816
per cent. BO BBiem snna oi vommerce
B LOANS UNDER RESERVE SYSTEM
oa City Or- farm property. Heserre ur
posit company. 12 JoutU Street, Port
faad. Or. r ' m
FARM LOANS LESS INTEREST,
longer - time." a oommissiea. Proteeta
against adversity. City loans, levari
rates, monthly instalments, pre-psy-maat
privileges. J. 0. Siegmnad, roam
3, Tar Ladd Bush bank,
, - -. :-; FARM LOANS 1 -lasuraaeo
money, aay amount 6 per coat,
for a, 7. lO or 20 years, with fall
prepayment privileges entire Willaaa-
ThaWXINS ft ROBERTS ! .
80S Oregon Bid, Salem, CrafOa
. f-v X- ' T AltTQ TiliVt '
t caa make yon farm or city loans, best
service cxven v ii you sna wmm,
me: bad if you have money to place,
see me I riwsys have Uhars. O. W.
Laflar. Oregoa bldg. - . -
OAWKINS ROBERTA CITY LOANS.
CUT FLOWERS. WEDDING BOUQUETS
funeral wreaths, . deeoratloaav C F.
Breithsupt, florist, 128 N. Uborty.
. i baa $80. '
SALEM MORTUARY. FUNERAL DIRSO
tors. tlO Center. 1.a
FURNTTTJR' ' STORES
ilESB FURNITURE OO. QUALITY
tarnJtmre fo leas moaay. 678 Court
Pbwae 464. v - - .-- -
PEOPLE'S FURNITURE STORE NEW
. sad second hand furniture; 1 71 H.
Cff-rrff ciii. - : ; .. ;. :v..- 4
and Professional Firms Arranged in Alphabetical
Order for Quick Reference ; f
SEAGROVE ; FOR FURNACES 8IBLI
i eos. PlDelens. $85. 1165 Farry St,
Phone 885W e24tf
EATON A EATON, preetleel battara,
formerly C. B. Ellswerth ostabliabmeat
Firat elssi hat work at all kiada. S91
J rVwoanereial '
HEMSTITCHING, STAMPING. PLEAT
lng. Tba Pctita Shop, Room 6, ovor
Galea., . -29tf
SALEM KLITB H III ITIT- JIRQ
pleating, buttons, stamplag aw. saodle
. work; 828 urecoa aiag. rsfci a.
MRS. C. E. MnXER HEMSTITCHING
1 t tamping, buttona Room 10, over Mil
ler store. ' Phono 117. '
JUNK WE PAT FULL VALUE FOB
aay kind of stores, furniture, metal,
I .per and juak. - Willamette Bargain
louse, 975 North Commercial. Phone
aaa. - - - -
D. K. UOSHIB TAILOR FOB
aad women. 474 Court 8a.
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY, 819 8.
Liberty street. Pboaa $5. Oldeaa
largest beat. ; EstabUshad 1889. . ,
CAPITAL CITY STEAM , LAUNDRY
. Quality work; prompt aarrlaa; 1164
Broadway raene les.
sraM4 aaa.-.s, rV o ( sKnvla lyf avtsai
VVHtl a-taa-r-pm vus OS vrwa - w----
aity home, 1899 State. Opea December
a v snie d.lOtf
I f. Tnon oat. w
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
. . Pboaa 81T-W. ' ..
A COURSE IN BUSINESS PIANO
.pla-Hag. Popular ayaoopated ataadard
musle. Semi-elssslee aad baHada; If
leaaona. Watermaa Plana School. Me-
Ooraaek Bldg. ' - -:
SHERMAN. CLAY- A CO, PIANOS
. rUelnwava. Duo-Art aad ethers. Moore's
Musle House. 418 Court street, -
GEO. a WILL PIANOS, PHONO
. graphs, sewing mschiaeo, sheet musle.
aad piano atadiaa. Vepairtag paoao
; grapha aad sewing machines; M
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOB A WsTW
. Victor or Brunswick. H Zt. Btift Fmrnl
tare Oo, Muaie Dept, ' - " ' - - -:
- VATUXOFATHXO PBTYSirJIANS
DR. A. SLAUGHTER AOUTX AND
i. ehrecie dlaaasea; - 418 Oregoa Rlds
FOR PRACTICAL NURSE . PHONE
- 196TW. --- --- -- - a25tf
. XrORSERY STOCKS
FRUIT. NUT AND SHADS TREES
Paarey Broa W Stota.
COMPLETE LINK TREES SMALL
fruita, ornamentals. Capital City Nur-
eery Co.. 426 Oregoa Bldg Paona 76.
GLASSES FITTED BY THE BOW OF
tics! Co, 826 State street, opposite
Ladd v A Bash Bank. "Use Quality
Provus Bhur-oaa." -:v . ;
MORRIS OPTICAL COMPANY ORB-.
goa Bldg. Booms 801 so 964.
PAPERHANGrsra AND FADTTXNa
PHONE GLENN ADAMS FOB HOUSE
decorating, paper haaglic. Uatiag. aU.
' Reliable werkmaa,
TEN CENT KALSOMININM IN BXAUTI
fal eelors; $1 does a room. Max O
Bursa. '176 N. Oommerclsl.
FHYSXCXAV OF PHTSIOTHERAPHY
DK JACKSON. DOCTOR OF PHYSI
- Athorapy, treate all ailments, womaa's
troaoiea especially. sa a
sctreot. Phone 1091. ' .
EDWARD WKLF EXPERIENCED PL
aaa Yaaar. Leave ardsra Win's Mania
-Store. ; - ' ' '
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND OOIL
work. Phone 1897-J. " Show 137 Unioa
street. A. L.' Godfrey. -. -
-RADIATORS, rXNDERS, ETC.
RADIATORS FENDERS, BODIES made
or repaired.' J. C Bair. 236 State.
BOOS SCAVENGER SERVICE CESS
pools cleaned and dead animals removed
Garbage aad refuse of all kinda remov
ed by tbe month. Reaseaablo rates
-Paeaee:--Office 629; residence 2058.
8ALEM SCAVENGERS GARBAGE,
refuse oi aU kinds r amoved. Oatpeala
wtoBBod Pbeuw'IST r IftOTJ .
SECOND - BAND GOODS
SALEM BARGAIN HOUSE BUTS AND
i sails Mooad hand darfeitan,' tool aad
! Junk: 880 N. Commercial. Pboaa 496.
WANTED EVERYTHING IN CLOTH
lag aad shoes. Beet prices paid. Cap
ital Exehaage; 846 North Commercial
Phono 1866-W. ''
STOVES AND STOVB REPAZRXNO
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
. 40 years ' experleaea. Depot NaUeaal
fence, alsos 86 to 38 in. high. Paiata,
ails aad araisbea, otc loganberry aad
bop hooks. Salam Fence aad Store
- : Wrwa 9.56- Orwut ereaet : Whoae 184
WB MOVE. STORE AND 8 HIP HOUSE
hold goods. Oar specialty la pinna ami
furniture mering. Wo also soaks coun
try trips. We kaadla tba boat coal aad
t wooA Call aa as for prieea. We gi
food wieasura, good qaallty aad gaad
sorrtea. Larmer Traasfer Oa. Pboaa 68C
CAPITAL CTTT TRANSFER OO Me
ets to St, Pboaa 88$. Distribatinc for
i warding aad storsgo our amoeialty. Get
CENTRAL MOTOR BUS LINE
Central Stsge Terminal, Salem, Oregoa.
, . HALEH-EUUEaS
Losvaa Salam 7:15 a. m.: 6:16 a. m.:
4.,c - - I.tl .-.. 111 . mm 9
;I5 p. m.; f ;J0 p. ia.; to CorraUa anjy.
. PARKER' 8 STAGE LINES
3. W. Parker, General Manager
Ceatral State Terminal Salem, Oregea.
Leaves Salem, Ceatral State Terminal:
. 1 a. m.; 11 a. m.; 6 p. m,
" Laavee 8Uvertoa News Stand:
A a. m. ; 1 p. m. ; 6 p. m.
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J. W. PARKER, General Manafor.
FRED W. LANGE. VETERINARIAN.
Office 220 South Liberty. Pboaa 119)
Ree. phone 1948J. n
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. far abaeavee or aay
eh at H mil areai
GIVE UP HOPE FOB
Position ' of "Dixmude" 1 Un
certain; Last Words Were
, PARIS, Dec. 25. (By Associat
ed Press) Hope that the' French
dirigible balloon Dixmude, last re
ported floating out of control over
the Tunisian coast will be saved Is
apparently waning,7 judging from
a communique issued by the navy
department at 7 o'clock . tonight.
Tbe communique begins. '
. "News received, this afternoon
tends to Increase the uncertainty
of the Dixmude's position", and
then says that investigation has
shown 'it to be doubtful if the
lights reported to have been seen
between 6 and .7 o'clock Sunday
night could have been from the
Dixmude, It Is pointed out that
the reports did not say the body
of the dirigible had been seen.
Investigation also has shown
that the reports from Blzerta and
Sfax on the Tunisian coast Sunday
afternoon , to the effect that ' the
Dixmude was going out to sea in
an - apparently damaged condition
were incorrect. . The statement
says:;" r'r. ... '? :;-;
A wireless message ' received
from Fort Flatters in the Saharah,
Sunday morning reporting the
Dixmude drifting toward the gulf
of Gabe and asking for help seem
ed to have been the . last reliable
news from the dirigible. (Fort
Flatters is about4 30 miles BQOth
of the Gulf of Gaoe.) ? '
The normal crew of the Dix-
mude numbers' 33 including staff
but 52 men of whom 17 were off!
cers started at 6 o'clock last
Thursday, several o them , obtain
lng" permission to make the voyage
as they were only a few; hours
short of the 15 hours flight which
is necessary each three months to
secure a flight premium. -
APPEAR OFF OAK
Yaquina Sailors, Missing
- sT mar 1.. -ml I n
aince monaay mgni,
Sighted at Newport -
NEWPORT, Or., Dec. 25.-
Eight members of the Yaquina bay
coast guard crew tonight appeared
oft the entrance to the bay after
being missing since- they left
Waldport, Or., 20 miles south of
here Monday night. Throughout
Monday , night and" today the
guardsmen in their gasoline pow
ered lifeboat had battled j one. of
the. worst gales of the .year and
with their food supply 'gone . and
their supply- of .. gasoline almost
exhausted, coast, guardsmen here
feared that the men would suffer
severely before they could reach
Tonight the launch anchored
beyond the whistling buoy which
is located about a mile beyond the
harbor entrance, but observers
ashore said that the anchor .was
dragging and that the barometer
was falling Indicating another
gale approaching. - i-rj::''; i 'i
The harbor entrance was bar
red" to the launch by a foaming
line of breakers. When the
launch left Yaquina bay Monday'
for Waldport, it had - gasoline
enough to last for 25 -hours. It
now has been at sea for 27 hours.
NEWPORT, Or., Dec. 25. Just
before nightfall the men in the
lifeboat, which is 28 feet long,
could he seen struggling against
the seas with their oars. Efforts
were made to communicate by
flashlight with the crew, but no
reply was received. The life boat
Is open and a trapaulin was all
the crew had aboard to protect
them from the elements.
Those aboard tbe craft are:
Captain Christoffer Hunt. Charles
Ha r wood, engineer; Kd Green-,
brook, iA. Gustafson, F. Calkins.
Kenneth Foster. John Stockman
and J. Norwood. ' One other man
belonged in the crew but did not
Soviet Editor Says American
Able to Claim Only "For- ,
v mal Triumph"
(By The Associated Press)
. MOSCOW, Dec. 25. M. Steklov
editor of the soviet organ, Ixves
tia. declared In today's issue of
the paper that the American sec
retary of state could claim only
"a formal triumph" in his quota
tion of an article from Izvestla
of November 7, 1922, to substan
tiate his charge that tbe Soviets
conducted - active ' revolutionary
propaganda In the United States
and ; that there was no real dif
ference' between the communist
Internationale .and the soviet gov
ernment. M. Steklov also accus
ed Secretary Hughes of changing
the sense of the article.
"Mr. Hughes," writes the edit
or, "having extracted a few lines
out of the general context of the
article added several lines of his
own, thus changing the sense. De
spite the external coincidence of
the separate words I still categor
ically declare that, by citing my
words in the manner Mr. Hughes
did, he consciously committed for
ID SET. AFIRE
Body of Slayer of Wifa and
Two Other. Women Is
JEFFERSON, ;Mo.;. Dec) 25-
The body of John Snow was ; ex
humed early today from the soli
tary , grave where it was -.buried
yesterday and placed in : the cot
tage where he killed his wife and
two . other women on Saturday.
The house was then" set on' fire
The charred Jbody was found "in
the ruins later in the" day. 'County
Attorney Weston - M. Hilton has
begun an . investigation in - an ef
fort to determine who was respon
sible.. ; li , - -
' - The , countryside k was stirred
when it" was learned , that Snow,
after killing the wife and son. 'of
Deputy . Sheriff Frank C : Jewett
at. their home In Whitefleld, liad
come to Jefferson where his wife,
her unt ; and grandmother ' lived
and had shot the three . women,
then ended his own life. Although
the Jnedical examination- charac
teriied. the murders as ."the' work
of a mad man" threats that Snow's
body- would be burned were -said
to have been made the next day.
I Funeral services were held yes
terday, for the three women killed
here and burial was in a cemetery
in Jefferson. .Authorities refused
permission for the burial , of
Snow's body in the cemetery, and
it was interred without ceremony
in a grave on the farm where his
wife had lived," ; Jf
County authorities 'were not
notified of the exhumation and
burning -until several hours after
the cottage had been destroyed. ;
- ,Funerals foriMrs.. Jewett and
her son will be held some time
this 'week."" "'"-V""'
It is the theory of the officers
that Snow who had been separated
from his wife and placed under
bonds to keep the peace -because
of complaints that he had beaten
her, killed her and her relatives
because she refused to return to
him, and that he killed the dep
uty's wife and son because they
refused to let him. take the
deputy's automobile to come here.
-. ' ; II , , I'" t' ' '
Federal Censorship Is
: Plan of Presbyterians
LOS ANGELES. Dec. 25. Fed
eral censorship ol all American
motion pictures "at the point of
production" will be sought by of
ficials of the Presbyterian church
at a national congress to be held
In Washington, February. 13 and
14 and to which numerous rel'g-
lous and civic organizations have
been invited to send delegates ac
cording to &n announcement here
today by - Dr. Charles Scan Ion,
secretary of : the department of
moral welfare of the Presbyterian
board of Christian education.
Apparently there t a limit to
everything except the amount of
gum a small boy can park in his
lace." - '
Chancellor Marx Broadcasts
"Political Greetings" Over
Radio for Fans
' (By The Associated Press)
BERLIN, Dec. 25. Chrisamas
was a gloomy day in Germany.
Chancellor , Marx motored to a
broadcasting station late in the
afternoon and dictated a lugu
brious "political Christmas greet
ing" for the edification of several
thousand radio listeners scattered
over Germany and nearby state.
This was the government's flrtt
attempt to use the radio for the
general dissimulation of official
pronouncements and the chancel
lor's : wireless yuletlde greetings
consisted of a melancholy Inter
mingling of retrospection- and
"We are an. impoverished peo
pleso poor that thousands of
our fellow citizens are thankful
that they are able to get a wa.ru
meal these Christmas " days
through the munificence of for
eign charitable Institutions," the
chancellor declared.- He' -caia
cordial acknowledgement of Am
erican, Scandinavian, Swiss a&J
other outside relief work and ex
pressed appreciation tor the un
derstanding of any sympathy for
German distress .mntfested : ia
those qurters. . ' '
Listeners-in were reminded by
the chancellor that the govern
ment's taxation program and 're
trenchment policies were destiaed
to bring additional individual pri
vation, but that these were un
avoidable if the nation's economics
wereto be '. saved . from complete
collapse.' , Reviewing the situation
in the Ruhr and the Rhlneiand,
Chancellor Marx said:
VThe German people and tba
German government purpose ' to
meet their reparations obligations
to the full extent of their abili
ties,, but this would be impossible
jf we were ; to be hindered from
having full disposition of our most
productive areas. Bayonets and
oppression will never produce
o!e of the Ruhr, and RhineUcA
A'c.re granted their freedom tLry
oy id 'promptly show their-cl 1
.rdcrcnthusiasm for work, desrMs
their' pi.C'sent statd'of "jitter-iiz ir
Ibh'm'caf ;snd; physicaLpiivatla.
''o -are a; con$uer4; nati 'i."
he', continued "but a rpeeple b?l
demands to' live" bcaufty U has t,b v
ngnt'to iiie, woric.ana. happia 4
Let ps grit our teejh indthat c !j
he ts.'Jost' what' gives up the f!:-t.
Let us work and not despair." .
.'.s Several' of: the Ttelchstag . Ir? d
ers'alsp ent Cbrlstmkh grecti;;i
and reflections, on the situaM a
over-the radio to the listening '-t-a
v - (Continued from page 1)-
they , are.' all Celeetial chefs, Tor
there- isv a cosmopolitan , InlVr
mingling of the races, there. TLry
draw no color, line; Eaat is cot
East and West West there, for
the service. Is - carried on Ly vail
colors, ranging rom" that of -tbe
prow's wing to yellow And tan and
the variegated types 'of the Eura
sian;'; No 'color .line tnere! i -Eut
Santa' Claus presided . at, every
humble feast. . . .-. . ' i
MEXICAN REBELS SAY,
v REPORTS IfiACCURATE
. (Continued from page '1 ) -
uei Digues is expected to'beln
without delay. ' ' '
' With the mala body advahci2
upon,. Guadalajara' from' the east
under, the command of "General
Joaquin :Amaro, reinforced with
the victorious troops from Putb-
la. cooperttios is expected frcm
the Cavalry column under Gener
al Laxaro Cardenas' which v. as
previously reported ' operatir.
against rebels throughout the Zac
oalco district. ' ,
Confidence expressed in official
quarters at Guadalajara that tbo
offensive will be as .effective : as
the recent Puebla victory has Iv-
en Tise In official .quarters to the
belief, that the capture of Guada
lajara' and dispersal of Insurrec
tionary , forces Willi be follow el
with anotfer. of general Amnesty
for the rebels throughout the re
public on the conditions of re
nouncing' their' most . Important
leadera and of their surrender to
are substantiated by the attlui
loyal commanders. These repcrt3
are substantiated by the attitude
adopted by the centrdl govern
ment upon tbe Puebla occupation
when enlisted men and lower rank
officer were given 15-day am
nesty to rejoin the colors.
ACTRlSiH IX MQVIKS
NEW YORK, Dec. 23. Maul
Adams has become a r t'en r'"
lure producer It was . .. , !
today by Guild Made Piclarr 3. I
with which sbe is associate . , .
will have direct C supervision !
eaveral ' r roiuclIoz3.