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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 12, 1924
WTW ' NEWS IN BRIEF
The executive board of the As
sociated Charities approved ..the
by-laws drawn rip by the committee.-
The! rules provide that the
association shall cover a territory
to include Salem and West Salem.
A numbefaOf plans whereby mon
ey could be secured were discuss
ed. The question of securing dis
carded clothing which would be
usable was also tonsidered and
possible means of interesting the
Dance Tonight (Tuesday)
Derby hall, Orioles playing. All
welcome. ! 112
Organise Civic Club
For the purpose of organizing
a "Women's Civic club,- Mrs.. Cart
wright wilt be at the Chamber of
Commerce auditorium Wednesday
afternoon. In order to clear away
possible misunderstandings and a
recent error in the press, it is de
Bired by those In charge that
everyone know that thisr organiza
tion is individual and is not in any
sense to be considered an auxili
ary to the Chamber of Commerce.
Lions Minstrels Rehearse
Regular; rehearsals are the or
der of the day with the Lions club
at present in order to have a
splendid entertainment ready for
February 26 and 27 when It will
be offered at the Grand theater.
The rehearsals are held Tuesday
and Friday nights. Proceeds from
the show will be used to further
the Boy Scout movement, the club
having adopted this, line of work
as a club activity.
Dedicate Monument Today
8ilverton wiU celebrate Lin
coln's birthday today with the
dedication of a monument to the
veterans of the Grand" Army of
the Republic; a gift from the Wo
men's Relief Corps.' All the pa
triotic orders and organizations of
Salem are invited to take part. Sa
lem people will go to Silverton on
a special stage, and should call the
Terminal for - information about
the hour for departure. The dedi
cation will be at 2 o'clock. The
. FURNITURE I HARDWARE!
Bought, Bold and Exchanged.
SALEM BARGAIN HOUSE
JSO X.' Coral Be. '" phone 492
We Pay Cash '-
An Italian Prune, Trees. Good
Prices on Walnuts, Seedling Cher-
tf Tree, '8c to l &c. ' General Nur-
ery Stock,' Sales Yard and Office,
Hi Terry St.
J. Mathla, Prop.
Ice Phone 109.
You Should Know
! .That we diagnose, - locate and
measure, from a drop of blood any
Ilsease active or latent.
We nurifr the blood and cure,
7 RADIATIONS Of ELECTRONS
(not electricity). 95 ner cent of
lancers, tuberculosis, goiters, dia
betes, female and digestive disor
The Era Clinic
- Tree Public. Lecture Friday,
j 7:30 P. M,
; :m. Neimeyer '
U; , Druggist .;.-.
- In Business For Your "
Health ' '
175 tft Com'i; Phone 167
ill Oregon Bldg. Telephone 4S7
; ! i Agency
. . General Insurance
'BUiy; Bell l - Frank Wagar
v.., , . . -
, - (Formerly Dr. Bchenki)
. ' 249 S. Cottage St.
PHONIC - - - 1182
' ' OSTEOPATHY
The Original and Genuine Spin
al Adjustment Treatment. Skill-
fnt Painless Adjustment that
geta .Yeaalts. " Y"' '
$; or; I o. Marshall
- ; Osteopathia Physiclaa and
1 Snrgeoa '.J,.
K2S Or ecoa Bid. Salem
i J&LIB, HWHITE
- DR. ANNE BREKKE
.. yi, ,i Osteopathic 1
t Phj-slclani and Bvrgeonn
Thm nnr nhvslcfans In Salem us
ing Dr. t Abram'g method of Elec-
trome jJiagnosia ana ireiuMni.
COO U. S. Natl Bank Bid. Salem
General Banking Business ' , .
4 Office; Mcwrafrom
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exercises will be in the Eugene
Field auditorium. The monument
has been erected in the Silverton
Assists in Advertising
George Rhoten, student In Wil
lamette university, is now an as
sistant in the advertising depart
ment of The Statesman. Mr. Rho
ten began his new duties yester
day. Big Valentine Banri
At Silverton Armory.'Thursday
evening, Feb. 14. Music by Dyna
mite Six. Ladtes free. Gents $1.
Berry Men Meet Tomorrow
Members of the Loganberry
Growers exchange will hold a
meeting at the Chamber of Com
merce auditorium at 1:30 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon. Relative
prices will be discussed. Other
district meetings are to be held
at Sublimity and at Albany.
Traffic Violatora Fined
Speeding and failure to dim
headlights brought many men
into the police court yesterday as
a result of the vigilance of Offi
cers Edwards and Sproed, of the
motor department. M. P. Dennis,
1540 State; R. E. Pattison and
Allyn W. Nuson, both of route 2,
and William H. Waterbury, were
fined $5 each for not dimming.
Paul C. Hansen, 1645 South Com
mercial, and S. G. Knight, Palace
cafe, were fined $5 each for
speeding. Sam Steinback and W.
J. Wilson were iined $2.50 each
for not having lights upon their
bicycles' after dark.
Boosts for Auto Park
Possibility and probability that
the local tourist auto camp site is
not what it ought to be was the
gist of a short talk given by Fred
Erixon at the Chamber ot Com
merce luncheon Monday, in urg
ing those interested in the move
ment to attend the open meeting
scheduled for Thursday night at
the Chamber of Commerce. Mr.
Erixon asked those who had time
to drive through the grounds and
look them over for themselves to
see if there was not plenty of
room for improvement. He called
attention to the fact that of the
50,000 automobiles which passed
along the Pacific highway last
year only 4500 stopped in Salem.
The percentage was too small, he
We Know, How,, ,
- To fill heart boxes
right. The Spa.
Mexican Prisoner Received
'John Lopez, recently of Lin
coln county, was checked in at
the state prison yesterday to be
gin serving three years for lar
ceny. He was brought to Salem
by1 Deputy Sherifff J. R. Daniels,
who continued on his way to As
toria . after getting rid of his
Two Motorist Arrested
- For failing to dim headlights
Harold B. Robinson, of Portland,
deposited $5 bail. Herschel A.
Steele, of Suver, Ore., cut a cor-
ATTEXTIOX We still have a few
Royalan Cherry Trees left at Re
duced Prices, also Lambert, Bing
and Water House.
: ' MATIIIS NURSERY CO.
Sale Yard Opposite O. E. Depot.
Office Phone 1758 ,
Government Loans on Farms
F 8. W1LKIXSOX
202 U. S. Bank Bldg.
Excellence is the Lever
n'pon which -we , depend to move
large quantities of coal. While
oar prices re the same as those
for ordinary coal we strive to
make those prices pay for more
and bigger coal satisfaction. How
well we succeed can be learned by
a trial. Why not make the test
when It costs no more." Give ns a
Larger Transfer Co.
469 State St. Phone 930
E8taUished.1868f , '
lO a.rru to 3 p.-m.
ner while driving through the
city. Both men were cited to ap
pear February 16.
Automobile is Claimed
Alvin Parrish, 758 North Com
mercial, . has claimed the car
found abandoned in a ga-rage on
North Commercial and towed to
the police station Saturday. He
said that he had made a1 mistake
and left the machine in the wrong
Stolen Bicycle Recovered
Ward Davis, 742 North Com
mercial, claimed the bicycle
brought to the police station re
cently. Treo Planting Discussed
A number of residents of South
High who are interested in a uni
form tree planting program for
their section of the city met at
the McKinley school Saturday
night and signed a petition to
permit them to use mountain
laurel or madronne, as the tree
to be planted. This petition will
be presented the special commit
tee recently appointed by the city
council. One resident in each
block will be asked to make a
canvass of his neighborhood in
order to obtain signatures for the
petition. Mrs. C. W. Logan is
secretary of the South High im
Illinois Society to Meet
Everybody hailing from Illinois
invited to meet at Chamber of
Commerce, Tuesday .evening, Feb
12, at 7:30. Program and re
freshments. J. R. Chapman, presi
Fewer Measles Reported
Only 32 new cases of measles
were reported to Dr. William B.
Mott, city health . officer, last
week. This is 20 fewer than were
reported the weelt previous.
District Governor Speaks
Miles Higley, of Spokane, dis
trict governor for the Rotary
club, will be the principal speaker
at the Rotary luncheon Wednes
day noon. There has been no
special program arranged in or
der to give the speaker all the
Will Abandon Station
The Oregon Short Line has filed
with the public service commission
an application for authority to
close its agency station at River
side, Malheur county.
Luper Speaks in Bend
State Engineer Rhea Luper was
the principal speaker at a mass
meeting of settlers on the Tu-
malo project in Dend last Satur
Salem Man Reappointed
All officers of the Oregon Opto
metrists' association were reap-
NEER Lois Katherine Neer died
Feb. 10 at a local hospital, age
8 years. Survived by her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis E.
Neer, on a sister, Natalie Neer,
grandfather and grandmother,
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Wil
son, all of Salem, and grand
father and grandmother, Mr.
and Mrs. N. A. Neer of Pasa
dena, Cal. Funeral announce
ments later. The Webb Fun
eral parlors in charge of ar
rangements. BRANSON Mrs. Lily Branson
died Feb. 11, at her residence
near Hopewell, age' 5 3 years. Sur
vived by her widower, Amos
Branson; one sister, Mrs. Etta
Mayers of Salem and six broth
ers, James, Tom and Henry
Kirkwood of Amity; John Kirk
wood of Portland; Fred Kirk
wood of Salem and Joseph Kirk
wood of Turk, Wash. Funeral
services will be held Wednes
day at 11 o'clock from the
Hopewell church. Arrange
ments in charge of the Webb
JOHNSON Mrs. Mary Johnson,
died. Sunday, Feb. 10, at the
Old Peoples' home at the age of
80 years. Funeral services will
be held Tuesday afternoon,
Feb. 12, at 2 o'clock from the
Woodburn Methodist church.
The Rigdon mortuary is in
charge of arrangements.
EMBAXJCESS A WD
Strictest Work Modmts mess
WEBB & CLOUGH
Expert Embalm erf
RIGDON & SON'S
, . : Ufieqn&Iet! Service" : '
pointed for the year at a meeting
held in Portland Saturday after
noon. Dr. A. McCullough is
fourth vice president of the asso
ciation. Xever Before
Has our assortment of heart
boxes been so large and beautiful.
The Spa. fl2
Many Going to Dallas
Nearly all of the Salem voyag
ers and those living in Silverton
who belong to Voiture 15?., the So
ciete des 40 Hommes et 8 Ohe
vaux, are anxiously awaiting Wed
nesday night and the big ceremon
ial to be staged in Dallas. Chief
Justice Thomas A. McBride has
accepted an invitation from Major
W. P. Simpson, acting secretary of
the state bonus commission, to at
tend the ceremonials as a special
guest. The 40 and 8 is the play
ground order of the American Le
Rook Exchange Popular
More than 300 students at the
Salem High school have taken ad
vantage of the new book exchange
and h-ave listed their property for
sale. By this means, text books
that have been completed are
available for other students at a
nominal cost. The exchange col
lects a small percentage from the
books and turns this profit into
the student body fund.
Senior Class Plans Play
Rehearsals are under way by
members of the senior class or
Salem High school oh "Dulcy,"
which will be presented at the
High school on the night of March
Xew Members Introduced
Four new members were intro
duced at the Chamber of Com
merce luncheon Monday. These
were A. W. Cooper, with the Cap
ital Business college; Rex San
ford, bond salesman with the Lum
berman's Trust company, whose
offices are at 19 United States Na
tional bank building; W. W. Stei
wer, realtor, offices at 21G Ore
gon building, with Mrs. Winnie
Pettyjohn, and Frank A. Minto,
chief of police. The committee
last week consisted of C. O. Rice,
Mrs. Winnie Pettyjohn and George
L. Arbuckle. The committee for
this week is C. S. Hamilton, Dr.
William B. Mott and W. I. Staley.
Illinois Folk to Meet-
All former residents of Illinois
are expected to gather at a meet
ing of the Illinois society at the
Chamber of Commerce rooms at
7:45 o;clock tonight. Old ac
quaintances will be renewed and
efforts made to locate mutual
friends. J. R. Chapman, of PolK
county,' Is president of the5 s-octety:
Governor Walter M. Pierce will be
the principal speaker, while short
talks will be given by others pres
ent. A special quartet consisting
of Harry Gwynn, Howard Leach;
Carl Wenger and H. B. Blaisyer
will sing. They will be accom
panied by Miss Maud Gwynn. Fol
lowing a good fellowship hour re
freshments will be served.
Please best when filled with Spa
To Meet at North Howell
The North Howell Community
club will meet next Friday night
at the North Howell school house.
There will be a program of speak
ing and music. The North Howell
club is one of the livest in Marion
sounty and is responsible for con
siderable improvement in that dis
trict. Licensee Granted -
Marriage licences granted yes
terday Included lmer A. Klein
and Hulda S. Lenz, both of Salem
Robert Fromm, Gervais and Lil
lian Mattson, Salem; Lester C
Moe and Florence Amy Bastain,
boht of Salem. .
Declaration of intention to be
come citizens were filed yesterday
by Stanley McDonald, born in Can
ada; Susanna Jacobean Varty,
Varty, born at St. Thomas, N. D.,
but whose father was naturalized
in Canada when she was 10 years
old; Emily May McDonald, also
born in Canada.
Visits In Aurora-
Miss Gertrude Hartman, book
keeper in the county clerk's office,
is spending the holiday in Aurora.
Ill In Hospital '
Mrs. J. W. Limbaugh is in the
Deaconess hospital ill with pneu
monia and is doing as well as
could be expected.
Residence Going Vp
The big oak trees that for many
yearshave stood on the bih va
cant lot on the northeast corner
of South Commercial and Leslie
streets are being cut down and
sawed up into fuel. It is under
stood a residence will soon be
erected on the property.
New modern homes, close in, on
terms you can handle. Phone Hew
lett .mow. fl2
Henry Fulgher is Held ;
Henry Fulgher is being held
for the justice court by the police
department. He was arrested for
driving an automobile' while in an
Amity Man to live Here,
Paul R. Bridewell, of Portland;
a member OF- the 1 old ' vtoneer
( Bridewell -family of the Amitydis-
trict, will be located in Salem in
the near future, having selected
this town for his future home.
Mr. bridewell is connected with
the Ladd & Tilton bank as a bond
Veterans Have Luncheon
Post Cdmmander Bryan Conley
of the Veterans ot Foreign Wrfrs
and members "of the council gath
ered at the Gray Belle for lunch
eon yesterday to discuss plans for
the year in general and the ob
servance of the anniversary of
the sinking of the battleship
Maine in particular. The Maine
was sunk on February 15, 1898.
Salem Ministers Meet
A social and dinner hour was
enjoyed at the YMCA last night by
several of the Salem ministers and
their wives who attended the
monthly meeting of the Salem
Ministerial association. Mrs. B.
E. Kirkpatrick read a . paper
on "Mark Twain.1' Rev. Ward
Willis Long presided. As a means
of working up an annetite. the
ministers challenged a group of
business men to a volleyball con
test, winning both games, the first
by a score of 15 to 13 and the sec
ond 16 to 14. Little business was
Amended Complaint filed
Mary ,1,. Larkfns has filed an
amended divorce complaint against
Gery C. Larkins. She charges
cruel and inhuman treatment and
says he married her to get posses
sion, of part of her property.
Mrs. Amxna Wilcox was named
administrator!' fer the estate of
her mother. Marjgaret Bell. Frieda
M. Oehler, W. f.' Wilcox and Jesse
Lucas were named appraisers.
Default Day Divorces
Default dvorces will be the or
der of the day when the court
opens in department No. 2 Wed
Drunk Man Fined
Jack Campbell was fined S20
and sentenced to 20 days in the
city jail when he appeared before
Marten Poulsen, police judge, Mon
day. The jail sentence was sus
pended upon payment of the fine
Campbell was arrested Saturday
night at midnight by Officer Ol
Stayton Holds Sing
Lead by Edwin Socolofsky, the
Stayton Parent-Teacher associa
tion held a community sing last
night. Rodney Johnson; a studen
at Willamette university, sang
solo. He was-accompanied by Jo
sephine Bross. A fine program
was given In addition to the sing-
fng. - ' !'
Ad Man Resigns
A. H. Drake, who has been as
sociated with the advertising
partment of The Statesman for
some time past, has resigned and
expects to leave for the east soon
Mr. Drake has made many friend
while in Salem who regret to see
121 Etterburg Strawberry Plants
For sale. Inspected and pro
nounced free "from root-weed and
from 1923 setting. Price $1.50
M and dig them yourself or $3.00
M dug and sacked, $4.00 per M,
dug, trimmed and sacked, $4.50
M. trimmed and bunched. For
prices on smaller lots by mail,
write or call on Ray Patterson.
Three miles east of Wheatland fer
ry or Gervais Wheatland Ranch
Rt. 2, Gervais, Oregon. Samples
can be seen at J. Herren Nursery
Co. fl2. '
Two Boys Are Held
Two boys giving the names, of
Virgil Davidson.. and Glen
Crosley, l(j, of Portland; were tak
en from a southbound Southerd
Pacific freight train .yesterday af
ternoon "by5 Off icer Edwards and
are being ; held for investigation.
When taken to the police station
they were found to possess $20 in
cash, a small woman's wrist watch
in a leather case, two pipes, cigar-1
ettev case and a .32 calibre revol
ver and holster which they said
they found. One of the boys wore
a heavy leather belt such as is
generally worn by motorcycle rid-
The rerage ben does not
; pay a profit
PtiRE BRED HENS
BRED TO LAY PAY
and have .made hundreds of
poultrjr-men wealthy. Four
teen trios of world cham
pion purebred chickens will
be given free to ambitions
men, women, boys and girls.
Send name and address, and
full information will "be
nsjled. , , -?
- PUREBRED CHICKEN
. , EDITOR , .
Northwest . Poultry Journal
Salem,, Oregon Dept. A i
ers. . Officer Olson opened a letter
carried by one of the boys, against
is protest, as the boy claimed it
was from his girl. The only in-.
formation revealed was that Da-
idson was 17 and not IS as he
told the police. The Portland au
thorities were notified.
Going to Independence-
Salem Grotto members to the
number of 7" or 100 will go to In
dependence by automobile Wed
nesday night where they will con-
io t o,Mofao n nPniiJ
iac 7 vi vauuiuutt uiuvw
band and chanters will accompany
the caravan. They will leave Sa-
em shortly before 7 o'clock.
Direct Cable Service
Direct cable communication be-,
ween Chicago and .ondon hasfHamm0nd Qf KimbaU College of
been established by the Western
Union, according to Eric Butler,
manager of the local office. This
is the first time that this connec
tion has been made. Prior to this
time all messages for London have
been relayed from Chicago to New
York, where they were cabled.
This service will be of particular
merest to fruit growers and hop
men of the Willamette valley, as a
number of cablegrams are sent
from here to Europe for men en
gaged in this industry.
Rev. Clarence Evans, pastor of
the First Christian church at Cor-
vallis, was in Salem. yesterday and
was a ghest of Rev. J. J. Evans at
the Chamber of Commercee lunch
H. Overton of Woodburn was in
Salem yesterday on legal business
Virgil Massey, city attorney at
Woodburn, was in the city yester
day on business.
C. T. Darley and Joseph Jensen
of Klamath Falls, are registered at
the Marion hotel.
R. E. Becker and wife, of Eu
gene, are among out-of-town visi
tors in Salem.
Ruth Parke, of Reedsport, was a
recent visitor in the city.
R. E. Schott, of Portland, was
a caller at the state prison yester
day to se his old friend, J. W. Lil
lie, deputy warden, whom he knew
Roy S. ScOfield, of Tiirner, was
In the city during the weeek-end
O. H. Irans, of Jefferson, was a re
Lcent visitor in Salem.
Lawrence Davis, Portland news
paperman, spent he week-end in
Salem visiting with friends. Mr
Davies was graduated from Wil
lamette university in 1921.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Milliken
and baby spent Sunday in the city
with Mrs. MUliken's parents, Miy
arid Mrs. Loren Barnett. Mr. Mil
liken is engaged in the grocery
business in Silverton.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Roth spent
Sunday in Portland with their
daughter, Miss Alice Roth, who is
ill in a hospital.
Mr. and Irs. James Eohle spent
the week-end visiting Mrs. Bohle's
mother, Mrs. Lillie M. Thompson.
Mr. Eohle Is an instructor in the
Falls City high school.
FRY'S DRUG STORE
280 X. Commercial St.
To Remind You
on Practical and Applied
Psychology at the
Tonight 8:15 Sharp
Door Open 7:30
uteres money jor
BURNING poor coal Is
like burning paper dol
lar bills. You spend a lot
of money and get no beat.
But when you invest your
money in coal of the high
est quality such as we are
offering you are indeed
saving money and getting
"Our coal is all coal"
HILLMAN FUEL CO.
Broadway at Hood
First Methodist Congrega
tion Votes Unanimously
in Prohi Cause
'""""'"S me sermon aenverea
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"' Y 't " 7, t "X .
hi MhodIst church ot 9a-
'""aun7' "e "rwwn voteu
i uoiiuiiuuMj iu .euuurse uoveruor
I Pierce's nolicv relative tn enforee-
Lm nr i. nmhMMn. i, Tk
motjon was made bv Dr. E. S.
Technology. Governor Pierce was
in fhe audience.
The pastor's subject was, "Put
ting Social Sympathy Into Deed."
He emphasized the points that ev
ery Christian citizen should
Give the children a piece of WRIGLBY'S
after every meal. . It satisfies the craving
mmmm hmmM bmmsmsi
for sweets and the chewing of the gum
will help digestion and act as a pleasant,
antiseptic cleanser of mouth and throat.
You would "give almost anything',' if, the
children would keep their teeth clean
Why not reward them with 'j , r
and have the very
work! Try it for a month and observe
results. Three cents per day per child
will pay the bill and make them happy!
SEALED IN ITS
Profit By Lincoln's Advice
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ABRAHAM LINCOLN freed the slaves" but
have. YOU freed yourself from the tyranny
of the monthly rent bills? J
Nothing; gives a man a greater sense of freedom
than does owning a home. No greater gift to
wife and child is possible than the security of
home ownership. -
If you agree with Lincoln that "prop
erty is desirable ; is a positive good
In the world," we will gladly help
you acquire the kind ot property
that is most certain to bring yon and
yours lasting happiness. ? , j'
ovi ana ju
alive to. the oherflons of, theidVK '
and that .every public! official njh
does his duty, should feel the .
backing of tbe-church, while: ey-fr
ery public official who fails to?
do his duty should feel the con i
damnation of (the church.
Rev. Ward Willis Long also
spoke emphatically fori, law en-. '
forcement in his sermon at the
First Presbyterian church Sunday -,
morning. He spoke without mine- . .
ing words relative to, people of
wealth, influence and position'who'
violate the prohibition law;.mak
in? reference to the Labbe case in
Portland. , s.
E. M. Allen, of CorvalIs, was fi.
recent visitor in the city...
Mrs, A. N, Howell of 684 Stark
street. Portland, Is visiting "JilerJ!
daughter, Anna Howell, who is. a
student in the music department of
Willamette university. :
Money isn't everything unless
you are having an argument with
a. dry agent.
reward itself do the "
to the Soil, Young Man."
- Abraham Lincoln
The realty bar
gains on our list x
today have never'
been more at
tractive. We ;
nrge yon to act
E T PERFECT GUKPivY
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