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lf CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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Jackson ISanqaet Tuesdavw-.
The anaual j Democratic affair,
the Jackson day banquet,1 will be
, held Tuesday, Jan. 8. in Portland.
Tbe dinner Will begin at 6:15
o'clock. Governor Walter M.
Pierce will be the principal speak''
er, -with other talks being made
by John H. SmithAstoria; Mrs.
Theresa II. Castner, Hood River,
and W.; II. Strayer. George A.
Mansrield, Will R, King and Mil?
. ton A.., Miller, candidates '! for the
United States ienatbrshipw ' ;
Just to Pass the Time Awar
t Come hear our girls sing and
play. Grand theater Jan.' 8 and 9.
Pomona Grange to Meet- .;
' County members of Pomona
I Grange are expected to be in 8a
4 lm Wednesday, Jan. 16, to attend
. v meeting of 1 the organization.
. V Speakers for the ineetlns; have not
yet been named. .
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Homer H. Smith Ins. Agency
fe V Over Miller's for 1924 Calendars
Flax Expert Dae Soon
For the purpose of thoroughly
Investigating local flax industries,
with a possible View of installing
a linen - factory Col- W. B.- Bar-
tram, flax expert of Ontario, Can.,
will arrive in Salem the latter part
of the month, i , v
Harold L. Cook j V
Public Stenographer, 416 Ore
gon Building. Phone 412.
Board to See Plana
W. C. Knighton, Portland ar
chitect, will meet with tthe school
board tonight and present to them
preliminary sketches of the new
Junior high school to be erected
im' VatIi PaTtttnt ; :'i . ;--k
Don't Forget , . , , ,'
Bishop' Woolen Blanket
This weather demands Woolen
Blankets. Get them at Bishop's.
Planters After G
i ueese are reported 10 ue iiyiug
over the river and- several local
sportsmen made an effort to bag
a; few Thursday " afternoon. So
" S. 0. STONE, ILD.
General Office Practice
f Office, Tyler Drag Store
157 jS.' Commercial Street
The ERA Clinic
' Diagnosis and Treatment of
Disease by tbe . .
AbramY (E. R. A.) Method
; tCfcfidrea.s tainlo DaOr
: i Consultation Free v
: Dr. narrison L Folk,
Dr. Paul G. Stapran
. Honra--10 a. m. to ip. m.
tor. 18th and State (1484 State)
' ' Eqvttable Bavingf
f "- ; " : PnVl.iiil. . OrArnH. ' :' .' X
ffarry O. Keeney. IteprwwentJitive,
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VI Oragea BaOtnag t
fae Searey, Bell - Insurance
: -ix-t '; Affency : )
- ' General Insn ranee -
J (roraerly Dr. SehenU)
, 849 8. Cottage' St.
' The Orlrlnal and Gennine Spin
al Adjustment Treatment. Bklll-
fuJJ. Painless , - Adjnatmens . uai
DB. I a MKXTTATJi .
Osteopathlo PhTfldaa. a4
' C3 Oregoa Bldg. . -
.- i, ' .- - ' i -'"' t i 'y: I'
. Dr. Abrams Electronic
' 'Diagnosis and treatment The
'Public should know that there are
some llfty imitations j of Dr
Abrams' machine. Persons In 8a-
lem are now advertising and using
one ot these' imitations under the
name of Dr. Abramav - For " the
tmth about the Abrams' Method
V address Dr. B. H. White, 506 1 U.
8. Nat'l Bank Bldg.. Salem, Ore
gon. Adr. :,. '-.-X -: ;.;", '; ' :.
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LADD & BUSH
General Banking Business
Office Fours Frora 10 A. BL to S P, M,
far ibis season no geese have made
their appearance in this district.
Last year hunters found little dif-
nculty in obtaining a fairly good
hag In a comparatively short time.
Duck hunters are meetine with
little success thia season owing to
the lack of rain.
A marriage license was granted
yesterday to Henry Frank Minten
of Scio and Magdalen Schneider of
The funeral of Moris La Bontie
will be held today at St. Paul.
The girl died Wednesday and is
survived by her parents, Mr, and
Mrs. Lewis La Bontie. pioneer
residents of St. Paul.
Alcohol $1 Per Gal.
Nelson Drug Store r
Fowl Roadster Stolen
Frank Weimes, 1431 North Cot
tage, complained . to the police
Thusrday afternoon that his Ford
roadster had been stolen from in
front of the Stage Terminal about
1:30 o'clock. The machine was
equipped with wire wheels and
kad a 1923 license plate. Only
two inches of gasoline were in
he tank. Becanse of its appear-
nce, the condition of the -roads
d that it had been taken tem
porarily by a friend once before,
the police are inclined to) believe
it will be found In the city. Port
land was notified of the theft.
Special Sale of Hats .
Models up to $15, now $5. M.
Buffe Morrison, The French Shop.
Bishop's Woolen Blanket Sale.
Thjs weather demands Woolen
Blankets. ; Get them at Bishop's.
Kozer Is Kiwanls Speaker
To Sam Kozer, secretary of
state, goes the distinction of mak
ing, the first address before the
recently chartered Kiwanis club
In Albany. Mr. Kozer spoke at
the Thursday noon luncheon, talk
ing upon state affairs and finances
regarding his office, jjie also gave
some useful Information regard
ing maintenance costs in operating
an automobile. -
The instrument that has revo
lutionized the radio. Fleener
Wagar Becomes Manager .,
Frank Wagar la now Oregon
representative for the-Veedol Mc
tor .Oil company, baring received
this position the first of the new
year. He has been with the Seav-
ey-Bell Insurance company. Mr.
Wagar will continue to make his
headquarters in Salem and main
tain- his present office address.
411 Oregon building.
The First- AnpUcatlo
Of Vita Clay makes the black
heads disappear andtthe wrinkles
wince. Soon they get discouraged
and do not return. Ask any Salem
druggist for the special introduc-
tnr iat at !!!. ' " ' " it
SALEM SMOKE SHOP
Vmxt U BUgn Hotel
Hoi Coffe and 8a4wloa -
Baked Virctnia Haia
and Coffee, 15.
Prop Za aad Try Oar Coffee
"X place where ladies can trade"
J Several Cars of Utah and
Phone Us for Prices
' We Guarantee Our Coal
COAL OR WOOD
Larmer Transfer Co.
469 State St Phone 930
Grafted Walnut Trees
Italian Tnnt Bednoed
Oenaral Knraery Stock
Hat Tard aad omea, 644, Perry Ci.
A. J. MATfflS, Prep.
OrflceTbone 109. Bee. 1140M.
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Building Permit Issuoil
Only one building permit was
Issued Thursday by Marten Poul-sen,-
city recorder. This was for
$250 and for the erection of a
bill-board on High, between Trade
and Mill. The permit was issued
to the Foster & Kleiaer company.
Special Sale of ITats
Models np to $15, now $5. - M.
Bufre Morrison, The French Shop.
Two Bicycles Claimed
Leo White, 1215 North Com
mercial, and Hanley Holmes, 335
North Nineteenth, called at the
police station yesterday and claim
ed the two bicycles brought in by
Officers Thompson and Edwards.
The Vita Clay Guarantee
Is binding. Every druggist In
Salem is Instructed ,td return your
money without argument if you
are not pleased. Ask for the spe
cial introductory jar at 25c J5
Horses Cared For
Dr. W. G. "Morehouse, humane
officer, got after owners of two
work horses that were abandoned
in the snow with no feed hut
blackberry vines. The owners
were made to take them up under
threat of prosecution and a visit
to the district attorney's office.
Coats at Cost Price-
Only a few left. The French
Shop. M. Buffe Morrison. 14
Dance, Derby Hall-
Sat. Jan. 5 ; Travelers orchestra.
Baby Boy Announced
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Schwab of
Central la, Wash., who are well
known in Salem, are the parents
of a baby boy, born January 1
Mrs. Schwab is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Nye of this
Bishop's Woolen Blanket Sale.
This weather demands Woolen
Blankets. Get them at Bishop's,
IOOF Installation Wednesday
Joint installation of officers of
Chemeketa lodge No. 1, IOOF, and
of Salem Rebecca lodge No. 1 will
be a feature of Wednesday night.
A fine program and extensive en
tertalnment is being prepared.
No Dance at Schindler Hall
Until Jan. 19th. J5
On all coats and wool dresses.
Coats from $13.75 up, and dresses
from $12.75 up. ' Only a few ot
them left. All millinery greatly
reduced. Mrs.. H. P. Stith, 333
Salem Wants Novelist Here
Efforts are being made to com
plete arrangements whereby Bruce
Carry, lecturer and novelist, may
stop in Salem next Monday under
tbe auspices of Willamette uni
versity. Mr. Curry is making but
one stop In Oregon under his pres
ent program, appearing at OAC
over the week-end. He passed
through Salem about 5 o'clock this
morning en route to CorvalHs.
Alcohol $1 Per Gallon
Nelson & Hunt drug store,
store Court and Liberty.
Webb S Cloiigb
This Saturday. Jan. 5, 1:30 p. m.
625 N. t16th St, near Center St.
Majestic 6-hole Steel Range, like new. GochI heater, board and
pipe. High grade overstuffed tapestry Davenport and arm
chair, extra good. VictroUa with mahogany cabinet and records.
Drop head Singer Sewing Machine. '
William and Mary Mission -oak extension table and six leather
seated diners to match; yon will like this set. Axminister rug
0x12; Axminster rug 8-3x10-6; Tapestry rug 8-8x10-6. Sim
mon's 2-inch continuous post bed, steel spring and mattress;
two Vends Martin single beds complete. Commode, oil heater,
maple chair, good 22-caL revolver with holster. Kitchen uten
sils, dishes, draperies and curtains, electric light globes, etc,
and many other articles that goes to furnish a home.
NOTE: The above furniture was new 6 months ago. Terms cash.
ARTHUR B. KENT,
Owner, 625 N. 16th St.
Th9 public service commission
is in receipt of a letter from Gov
ernor. Pierce protesting at the
length of time required to go by
railroad from Pendleton to BendJ
The governor says this has been
called to his attention by another
person and that he himself has ob
served it while making trips to
Xo Danco at Schindler Hall
Until Jan. 19th.
Closing Out Wool Gowns
At cost price. M. Buffe Morri
son, The French Shop. j4
The public service commission
yesterday rejected a petition of J.
A. Joll and 2 9 other persons that
the Southern Pacific company be
required to install a' crossing bell
at Saginaw station, in Lane county.
The railroad company is required
however, to improve the approach
es to the crossing. In an accident
June 11 last an automobile driven
by Joll was struck by a freight
train at that crossing. ,
Special Sale of Hats-
Models up to $15, now $5: M.
Buffe Morrison, The French Shop.
DeTers at Ia Grande
Construction work- done hy
counties on state highways is in
volved In. two cases that have
taken J. M. Severs, attorney for
the state highway commission, to
La Grande, where he meets the
district attorneys of Umatilla and
Baker counties in connection with
the cases of Kidd vs. Umatilla
county and Oxman and Harring
ton vs. Baker county. The Uma
tilla county case involves a claim
of $3825 and the Baker county
case a claim of $34,000. Devers
has been retained by the counties
to assist in the defense. -
1 PERSONALS t
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Collins have
returned from Grants Pass where
they spent the holidays with their
parents. Mr. Collins is assistant
manager for the Salem Standard
O. 9. Brown and Ella H. Brown
of Roseburg were in the city yes
terdays Lawrence Parker and Ethel Bil
yeu of Harrisburg were In the city
Mrs. G. Campbell is a Pendleton
resident spending a few days in
Salem. . i
Margaret and Marion Stevenson
of Wilderville are southern Ore
gon people in Salem.
Woodburn was represented in
Salem yesterday by Frank W.
Covey, E. L. i RIgdon and Harry
' Mrs.. C. A. Huddleson, who was
attacked recently by a patient at
the state hospital, is recovering
but will not be able to use her arm
for some time.
Richard . Shepard, manager of
the St. Francis hotel in Albany,
was a business visitor, in Salem
yesterday afternoon. He reported
less snow and cold in Albany than
in Salem. - . '
William Oeder, road patrolman
from Silverton, was in Salem yes
terday. Fred Lockley of the Oregon
Journal, Portland, was in Salem
Charles Wlllman of the St.
Francis hotel, Albany, and L. M.
Mills, former day clerk for the
Terminal hotel, have changed po
sitions. Mr. Wlllman is a mem
ber of the Kiwanis club.
H. E. Broughton, former Salem
resident, is here on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scott have
returned from Springfield where
they spent New Year's day. The
trip was made with a motorcycle
and sidecar without any incon
venience to either the driver or
Mrs. Bertha' Stoneman and
daughter of . Monmouth were in
tbe city yesterday.
Mrs. Henry L. MeBsinger of
Roseburg. was a recent guest at
the Bligh hotel.
E. A. Seweil and wife ot Silver
ton are registered at the Marion
W00DRY & W00DRY,
PHIZES AT SEATTLE
Puget Souhd Potiltry Asso
ciation Show Will -Continue
SEATTLE, Jan. 3. The annual
show of the Puget Sound Poultry,
association got, into full swing
here today With Arthur C. Smith
of St. Paul doing the judging. The
show, which opened yesterday to
continue to Saturday night, was
declared to have a larger number
of high class birds on exhibition
than were ever before assembled
in the Puget sound basin.
Awards in dark barred rocks
included: First cock, B. F. Ken-
ney, Eugene; second, 0 B. W. Rob
erts, Seattle. ' .
First cockrel, . C; R; Wheeler,;
Goshen; second, Keeney.' I
First hen, H. B. Densraore, Se
attle; second, Ray Leftwick, Ta
coma. First pullet, A. E. Oliver
Buena, Wash.; second, Keeney.;
First young pen J. E. Harris,
Parkland. Wash.; ' second. Ran
dall's Poultry yard,, Tacoma; old
pen, Oliver. '
In White Plymouth Rocks the
awards were: First cock, Charles
E. Head, Seattle; Becond, Jack
In the S. C. Buff Orphington
awards were: First young and
old pen, C. W. West, Portland.
Cecil ; Pearson returned . to
Crane, Or., Monday wbere he is
teaching school, after spending the
holiday vacation with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Pearson.
The Sunnyside Community club
held its regular meeting Friday
hlghj. A program was given and
after the program an oyster sup
per was served. 1 ) - ;
Miss Grace Chandler is spending
NEW LAMP BURNS
Beats Electric or Gas
X dfw oil lamp that rivet m amax-
Injly brilliant, aoft, white light, even
better than fa r eieetricity, haa been
tested by the V. 8. Government and, 35
eadin nnWfraitiea ana louna 10 bu-
Derior to 10 ordinary oil lam pa. 1 burn
withoat odor; smoke or noise no pump
ing no, ia simple, ctean, safe. Bursa 64
Six and 6 common kerosene (coal oil).
The inventor, V. Johnson, loi orvn
Union Ave., Portland. Ore., ia oHeriBf to
send a lamp on 10 days' FREE trial, or
even to. give one FREE to the firs nar
in each Meant? who wiu ueip om iuu
duce It. Writa nim to-day iofr full parti-
kculara. 4-teo- aak him to explain now you
can set the agency. lu, V.EPZZiL
eoe or money maka $250 to $500 per
Stoves and Ranges
BUY NO W AT GRE AT REDUCTION
r n , ii tv a . . II v ' a ti . -
Cm Irai 1 y 1 pzJ: . . n!
a couple ot weeks with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Chandler. 4
j Mrs. Fred Jkirry visited. In Sa
fim last Friday. i
i A. L. Chandler' made a trip to
; George Heckart was a visitor in
Mr. and Mrs. ,M. S. Schindler of
Silverton visited in this neighbor
hood New Year's-day. .
WE PAY CASH FOR
& Furniture Co.
Best Prices Paid
285 N. Com'l St. Phone 947
The Mutual Savings and Loan Association
Organized April 16, 1910
" ; TO THE MAN WITH MONEY
A safe and profitable Investment.
TO THE WAGE EARNER
An opportunity to lay by a competance. r
TO THE TENANT
An opportunity to own yonr home.
TO THE XGVSG MAN OR WOMAN - :
Working on a salary, an opening to begin
the accumulation of an estate.
Statement of the condition of jthe . -MUTUAL
SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION :
d Salem, Oregon, at the cjose of business on the 31st day of December, 1923.
I ''',iY. assets"'; t ", '"" . -
Cash on handand in bank . . ..... . .'$ 395.24 ' f
First mortgage loans .... .............. 195.400.00 . ' .i .
Investment certificate loans
Furniture and fixtures . . . .
1 FAMOUS FOR
BUY FOR LESS
H. L. STIFF FURNITURE CO,
On Our Pay As You Can Plan
OUR REGULAR LO W
YOU ARE WELCOME TO EASY TERMS WITHOUT INTEREST
Watch This Paper for New Specials Every Day of This Month 5
Mahogany, Walnut or Ivory
3 FA310US FOR
Washington Reports 26 . ,
! Fatal Accidents in Month
OfcYMPIA,' Wasb Jan 3 --
Twenty six fatal accidents were
reported in extra-hazardous indus
tries In the state of Washington
during December, according to
figures compiled by the depart
ment of labor and Industries made
public today. A total of 2,747 ac
cidents in such industries, of
which. 2,721 were con-fatal, was
reported. 1 , '
An' increase .of 22 per cent in
the gross number of accidents In
industry over the month of De
cember, 1922, was shown in the
report for December, 1923, the
report of the department disclos
es. A 21 per cent increase in the
number of accidents was noted'for
the entire year 1923 over 1922
when 28,842 accidents were re
corded as compared with 34,749
One hundred and six claims a
day 'Were received by the depart
TO SUCCESS IS MONEY SAVED
A. A. LEE, Fresldent .
A. N. M0bRES. ,Vlce President
J. D. WHITE, Secretary
W. B.i MINIER, Treasurer.
JOHN hTmcNARY A. A. LEE
CHAS. S. WELLER ,
Q. H. GRABENHORST
Installment certificates unmatured
Agents' commission (payable) ....
Undivided profits 'i
275 State Street, U. S. Nat'l Bank Bldg.
SAVE BY A SYSTEM
GREA1 VALVES I
Four beautiful pieces : Chiffarette, large vanity,
bow-end bed and huge dresser at a price that should
make housewives in need of bedroom furniture) hurry
down here first thing today. This suite is at a bar
gain indeed. 1 ' -
$2.50 per Week
GREAT VALUES I
meet daring December, 1923, and
an average ot 192 -a day adjusted;
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. S.The
motor , schooner Freedom ot Se
attle, was ashore today off Pesca
dero, south of San Francisco,, with
a cargo of liquor. -. i
KW011G FOOK & CO.
Clearance Sale of All .
. i Merchandise
Chlnaware, silk handkerchiefs,
embroidery, table covers, eHk
slippers. kimonas. waists,
blouses, Chinese and Japanese
fancy goods, ornaments, bas
kets, ladles and gentlemen's
furnishing goods, L neckwear,
purses, silk underwear, etc. ,
264 N. Commercial St. .
Chinese Doctor Medicine Office
Inside. i '
Capital, Stock $1,000,000
T. M. HICKS
A. N. MOORE3
J. D. WHITE
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Phonographs & Records
Come in and ' 2
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