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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY13, 1924 ' V
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
After Binding th night in the
city Jail. Mrs. Louise Manneson
and Mrs. Phyllis Longnecker, en
route from San Pedro to Seattle,
were released yesterday. The two
women were taken Irom a Sonth
erh Pacific freight train by Offi
cer Victor and were held for in
veistlgation. They told the police
thy were on their way to. join
A Krai Bargain-.
Jn a used piano, terms, no in
terest. $lt5. Stiff Furniture Co.
8cott Pprs to Talk '
n ! Scott Page will speak to the
Marion-Polk County Realty asso
ciation at their regular luncheon
Thursday noon. He will tell the
tealtorti of his recent trip to Cal
Drunken Driver .Fined
T For 'driving a motor vehicle)
while he was , in an intoxicated
condition,1 Henry Fulgram was fin
ed $50 .when he appeared in the
justice court yesterday afternoon.
He was arrested through the Sa
lem police department.
Wood Special ;
2 Five loiads 16 inch, inside mill
; wood. $17.50. Order now. Prompt
delivery, k Spaulding Logging Co.
( ' tis
Truck Reported Stolen ': .
f Police tyere notified yesterday
to be on the lookout for a Ford
truck that had. been' stolen In
Grants Pass. The machine had a
peculiar form of cab for the driv
er. ' .-.I ..v-'iv. .. '
Jacksonville People Visit
After spending a few days vis
iting with Fred A. William and
family, Mf. and Mrs. Fred J. Fick
and daughter, Virginia, of Jack
son ville, m dtored on to Pprtlan d
before returning to their home in
southern Oregon.. Air. Fick la
prominent merchant in the Jack
eon county town 'and is a former
mayor of that' place. He is par
ticularly thankful for the fact that
FURNITURE! HARDWARE 1 s
Bought, Sold and Exchanged:
, riALEM BARGAIN HOUSE
V 20 N. Coml St. " rhone 492
frn Italian Prune Trees. Good
frices on Walnuts, Seedling Cher
ry Trees,' 8c ta lEc. General Nur
lery Stock, Sales Yard and Office,
iU Ferry St. . .
. FRU1TLAND MJRSERT
- A. JT. MathJs, Prop.
Wfke Phona 109. Res. 1140M
You Should Know
That we diagnose, locate and
beasnre, from a drop of blood any
tisease active or latent.
We purify the blood and cure,
ty RADIATIONS of ELECTRONS
(not electricity), 95 per cent of
lancers, tuberculosis, goiters, dia
betes, female and digestive disor
ders, etc. V;-.-. tf...(
1 i prhe Era Clinic T
' ' 1484 State SC. -'.-
- Free Public Lecture Friday,
7:80 P. M. ' -, ' . :;
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tin Business For Your
175 N. ComX Phone 167
dll Oregon Bldg. Telephone 457
The' Seavey Bell, Insurance
- General Insurance
'Bmy" Bell v Frank Wagar
r 'r - '' ! ' - "' ' '
i, (Formerly Dr. Echenks)
249 S. Cottage St. v -
PHONE ' - - - 1182
V i OSIEOPATBT
' The Original and Genuine Spin
al Adjustment Treatment. Skill
ful, ' Painless , Adjustment that
DR. L. a MARSHALL
I Osteopathic Pbysklsji and .
SZS Oregxm Bid. - f Baleni
1 DR. B. li. VHITE
DR. ANNE BREKKE
; Physicians and Burgeons
Ths onlyphyskians in Salem us
ing; Dr Abram'g method of Elec
tronic Diagnosis and Treatment.
600 U. S. Natl Bank Bids. Salem
LADD & BUSH
. Estkblished 1868
.General B:mliina Business ,
1 f '
Office Houra from
this year the market road between
Medford and Jacksonville will be
paved on up Into the Applrgate
valley. Jacksonville is one of the
oldest settlements in the state and
was at one time the metropolis of
southern Oregon, being the largest
town between Portland and Sac
ramento. It was founded during
the gold rush days.
Two Boys Released
Glen Crossley and Virgil David
son were called for by the chief
of police of Milwaukee, a suburb
of Portland, Tuesday. The two
boys were picked up in- the local
freight yards by Officer Edwards.
They were held for running away
from home. .
Ball is Forfeited .
Ralph E. Schott, of Condon, for
feited $10 bail yesterday. He was
arrested late Monday nght for
speeding. Schott drove down from
Portland for a short visit with his
old friend, J. W. Lillle, deputy
warden at the state prison.
Building Permits Issued
Increase in building is noted by
the number of permits issued this
week by Marten Ponlsen, city" re
corder. These are for Oscar Eg-
ger, dwelling, 1715 North Capitol,
$3300; Walter Stolz, two-story
building, 544 Ferry, $1500; E. F.
Prescott, dwelling. 541 Mill, $300
and to L. E. Fischer, dwelling.
895 South Twentieth, $300.
Cadets Plan Bean Feed
Plans for a big bean feed have
been completed by the Cadets, of
the Pioneer clubs. v This will be
held February 19, at 6 o'clock at
the YMCA. The club having the
largest attendance will be award
ed a big chocolate cake. Clubs
affiliated with the Cadets are the
Crusaders, Pankees and the Tom
mies. Big Valentine Dan
At Silverton Armory, Thursday
evening, Feb. 14. Music by Dyna
mite Six. Ladies free. Gents $1.
Blind School Gets Dirt
State highway trucks are busy
hauling away dirt from High and
Ferry- where the brick building
block will be. erected by the
Hughes estate. The dirt is be
ing used in filling in the low
places around the new dormitory
for the state blind school. It is
understood that some of the dirt
to be excavated for the Newton
Chevrolet quarters, High and Che
meketa, will also go to the blind
Fire Loss Totaled
Oregon fire losses during Janu
ary, exclusive of the city of Port
land, totaled $272,150, according
to the monthly statement of the
state tire marshal's department.
The losses of $10,000 or more
were as follows: Astoria, Masonic
A Good Place
ATTENTION'-" We still have a few
Royalan Cherry Trees left at Re
duced Prices, also Lambert, Bing
and Water House.
MATHIS NURSERY CO.
Sales Tard Opposite O. E. Depot.
. , - Office Phone 1758
Government Loans on Farms
5Vz per cent
P. 8. WILKINSON
j 202 U. 8. Bank Bldg.-
Excellence is the Lever
upon which we depend to move
large Quantities of coal. While
our prices are the same as those
tor 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 us a
Larmer Transfer . Co.
469 State St. . Phone 930
x K i. ' f ' -rv.
10 a. m. to3 p. m.
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temple, $25,000; Cove, business
block. $20,000; Elgin, warehouse
and apples. $17,000; Eugene, gar
age and apartments, $90,000; La
Pine, garage, grocery, hardware,
etc., $20,009; Ontario, store and
contents. $10,000; Pendleton,
automobile plant. $15,000; Ver
nonia, hardware, garage, contrac
tors' office. $14,000; Wasco, store.
Two Violators Arrested
Two complaints charging viola
tion of state traffic laws were fil
ed in the justice court, yesterday.
N. J. Feller, arrested by Officer
Jack Eakin, Is charged with over
loading a truck, and Clarence V.
Heath, arrested by Officer O. O.
Nichols, with speeding.
Water Meeting Called
Governor Pierce and Stato En
gineer Rhea Luper will attend a
conference In Abany Friday rela
tive to the proposed tapping of
Clear lake for a water supply for
Willamette valley cities from Eu
gene to Salem.- While the state is
not obligated in the proposal there
are certain feesr received by the
state that can be used in the mak
ing of surveys.
A Real Walts
"I'll Take You Home Again, Pal
O Mine," and "Indian Moon," by
Carl Fenton's orchestra, Bruns
wick 2459. H. L. Stiff Furniture
The public service commission
has Issued an order requiring the
Southern Pacific company to iur
nish data needed in the proposed
valuation of the Willamette Falls
branch of the Southern Pacific.
Elks Special Train
To McMinnville, will leave Com
mercial and Union streets Thurs
day evening at 6:15 and return
the same night. Members get
your tickets at the club. fl4.
May Open 8trcet
The public servico commission
has received an application from
the city of Portland for authority
to open Carolina street in South
Portland by establishing a crossing
at grade over the Southern Pacific
tracks. The commission Is inves
tigating. Special Election Called
The question whether Coos
county shall be made a highway
improvement district is to be voted
on at a special election Tuesday,
Match 24, Governor Pierce hav
ing Issued a proclamation calling
FOLGER William H. Folger died
at bis residence, 991 North Cot
tage street, February 12, 1924.
He is survived by his widow,
Ethel; one daughter, Rose
Elizabeth Folger of Salem; and
two sons, Charles J., of San
Pedro, Cal., and Roger of Sa
lem. Funeral services will be
held at the Webb Funeral par
lors, Friday, February 14, at
3 o'clock. Rev. J. J. Evans will
have charge of services. Inter
ment win be in jkv ceme
BARTEL At his late home in
Portland, Or., February 12,
1924, John Bartel, age 90 years
Survived by three daughters,
Mrs. Jessie Jones, Mrs. J. L.
Cook, Mrs. J. R. Buckmaster of
Portland ; two sons, A. E. of
Portland and T. F. of Chehalis,
Wash. He was a member of
Sedgewick Post No. 10 and that
organization and WRC are in
vited to attend the funeral from
the Terwilllger Home Wednes
day at 1:30 o'clock. Commit
tal services at Lee Mission cem
The funeral of Lois Katherine
Neer who died February 10, 1924,
will be held Thursday, February
14. at 1:30 o'clock at the Webb
Funeral parlors, with Rev. W. C.
KantneiMn charge of services. In
terment will be in City View cem
etery : :. r .- . - '
, The funeral of Lily -Branson,
who died February 11, 1924, will
be held at the Hopewell church
today at 11 o'clock. Rev. Blod
gett will have chargo of services'
Interment will be In Hopewell ccm
etery. - The Webb Funeral parlors
in charge of arrangements.- ,
Bffldtat Work MoAtrats rness
WEBB & CLOUGH
" t Leading Ftmeral
t'.u Directors vi.
- Expert Embalm era
RIGDON & SON'S
the election. The procedure Is un
der an act Of the legislature of
19 21. The governor issued the
proclamation following the receipt
petitions by Secretary of State
Kozer containing the required
number of electlrs of Coos county.
Home Meetings Arranged
A series of home meetings has
been arranged for by the First
Baptist church and will be held
each Tuesday evening In more
than 20 homes distributed about
the city so as to reach the entire
membership. These meetings are
in preparation for the revival
meetings to begin the first of next
month. On Thursday evening, the
pastor. Rev. E. H. Shanks, will
give an expository reading of the
third chapter of Colossians, and
It is expected that this will be one
of the largest prayer meetings
held by the church. The general
public is invited. Friday is an
international day of prayer for
Baptist missions and will bo ob
served by the women of the church
beginning at 2:30 in the after
noon. In the evening the pastor
will speak on "The Baptism of the
Spirit." The public is invited
Seattle" Taylor Returns
After an absence from tbe Ore
gon state fair grounds for a period
of 52 years, "Seattle" Taylor, born
near here 72 years ago, was a re
cent visitor at the fair grounds in
an effort to identify old land
marks. Only, one thing appeared
familiar to the pioneer and that
was the sheen shed north of the
stock barns which he thought was
built in 1862. the first year the
fair was held at the present site.
Mr. Taylor's mother was a Liggett,
a member of the immigrant train
of 1884. Taylor moved to Seattle
In 1872. He was called to Polk
county on business and while in
the vicinity decided to look arbund
the fair grounds, which he remem
bered as a mere boy. The camp
ground of his time is the present
The funeral of our late com
rade, John Bartell, will take place
from the Terwilliger undertaking
parlors Wednesday at 1:30. J. H.
"When its NlKht Time in Italy,
Its Wednesday Over Here." sung
by Lou Holtz. it's a hit. Victor
record 19205. II. L. Stiff Fur
niture Co. fl2.
Loganberry Growers Meet
One of the most important meet
ings in which loganberry men , are
Interested is scheduled for the
Chamber of Commerce rooms at
1:30 o'clock today. This will be
a meeting of the Loganberry Grow
ers' exchange, and it is. expected
relative prices will be the chief
topic of discussion. Other dis
trict meetings, are being held to
day in Sublimity and at Albany.
Preliminary plans for the Pio
neer roundup, to be held February
23 or March 1, have be?n com
pleted. All pioneers in Salem and
Marion county are expected to par
ticipate in the big event. Decis
ion of the county basketball cham
plonship will be made in a game
between the Jason Lee team and
the Silverton Pioneers. Swimming
events, with two men from each
club will participate. Supper will
be served at 6 o'clock. Points will
be given for attendance and other
activities, and the high point club
will receive a special shield. Be
ginning March 1 there will be a
felt banner available for compe
tition between clubs. The best
club on percentage of attendance
and awards of notches will be pre
sented the banner at the end of
the year. The club that wins the
most monthly events will be de
clared the winner.
Sunday, Feb. 17. H. B. Looney
farm, 12 miles south of Salem on
To the members of Sedgwick
post No. 10 .! GAR. and Relief
Corps, that Comrade Folger will
be buried from Webb & dough's
undertaking, parlors Thursday at
3 o'clock. All of the comrades
and relief corps are invited to be
oreucnt. R. L. Ryan, adjutant:
J.' J. -.Ncwmeyer, commander of
Salem Public library reported at
the monthly board meeting this
week a circulation of 8287 books
for the month of January. This
is an increase of 736. In add!
tion 56 mounted pictures were
loaned. New borrowers' added
number 135. The library was
open 26 days from 9 a. m. till 9
p. m. Story hours for the chil
dren were conducted by the cbil
dren's librarian each Saturday
Is Not Candidate
L. H. Suter announces that on
account of age and health he will
not filo for nomination as Alder
Railroad Man Locates. Here
H. W. Shields, new district
freight agent for the SP&S system
and representing the Oregon Elec
tric, his obtained residence quar
ters in tho city and will move his
wife and daughter. Alccne, ' here
in 4 short time.' Both. Mr. and
Mrs. Shields ; like -Salem and- are
well pleased with : the - change
Priorto being assignedto this dis
trict Mr. Shields traveled on the
Astoria division of the SP&S for
two years, going, from there to
Spokane where he was; city freight
agent for the last three years. He
was assigned to this division the
first of the year. Asia residence
section Mr. Shields considers Sa
lem .and the Willamette valley
much superior to Spokane and the
Inlland Empire, where the winters
Merchants Are Relieved
In order to relieve the mental
strain upon Beveral Salem merch
ants who have cashed checks for
Roy Miller, Roy Smith and Roy
Slmms during the last few months,
the sheriff's office calls attention
to tbe fact that the signer of these
names, A. B. Cain, is now safely
stored - behind the bars of. the
county Jail. Cain was recently ar
rested by Deputy Sheriff Sani
Burkhart, who had been assigned
the case Cain was enlovinx
the privileges of a trusty from the
state prison when arrested; He
has 11 months to serve at the in
stitution in addition to what may
be the result of the findings of
the grand jury.
Try Theso Trots-
Victor No. 19195. "Mamma
Goes. Where Papa Goes." and
Mean Blues." . by David Silver
man's orchestra. The new orches
tra that's 1 so different. H. L.
Stiff Furniture Co. 13.
Scouts Given Publicity-
Equipment used 4y the Boy
Scouts and i samples of some of
their work are attractively display
ed in window, spaces donated by
the John J. Rottle Shoe company
and Milles's department store.
Various posters call attention to
the different activities of the
scouts, while models of their work
are given prominent places. A
photograph of the first troup of
Boy Scouts in Oregon, organized
by U. S. Crowder at Wasco in
1910, is displayed at the latter
store. The displays were made
possible by the cooperation of the
merchants and Howard Zinser, ex
ecutive scout secretary.
Wooden Buildings Disappear
The last I of the wooden build
ings comprising the remainder of
the block south of . the Oregon
Electric station on ' High street,
have disappeared, tho final de
molition work being: effected yes
terday. As soon as the debris is
removed', work on a new brick
building will get under way. This
is being built by the Hughes es
tate. ' '
For Rent Today
ft Five room flat close in. Fur-
rudshed or unfurnished. See at 4
Ferry street. $40. fl3.
Old Paper Exhibited
Published on April 15, 1865, an
old issue of the New York Herald
Is attractively, displayed at th
Hartman Jewelry store. The news
paper contained the first news of
the assassination of President Ab
Planting Movement Spreading
Enthusiasm regarding the move
ment for uniform tree planting is
sureadlne lin the city and in ad
dition to the petition being circu
lated by the residents of South
High street, those :On Fairmount
hill and Summer street are also
getting petitions Into shapo for
presentation. Others are taking
a keen interest In the proposal,
HOLDING DOWN A
means "holding up" a
good air of eyes. In
deed! The eyes are the
Barometers of your per
sonal efficiency. Keep
your eyes right and you
keep your mind ' "right" '
right on the Job every
minute. Perhaps its your
eyes.! Most of us have
defective eyesight un
knowingly. Be sure. An
examination may "set
you right." i You may
.not need glasses. If you
' do, our all Shelltex Shur
ons not only look well,
fit well, wear well, but
actually save' lenses, as
well. . ; .
Morris Optical Co.
30 1 -8-3-4 Oregon Bldg.,
SALEM ' :! OREGON
,V t)t. n.'E,' Morris
Dr. A.' McCulloch
The rerage ben does not
'.- 4. pay profit '.
, PURE BRED HENS
BRED TO LAY PAY
BIG PROFITS '
and have made hundreds of
poultry men wealthy. Four
teen trios of I world cham
pion purebred chickens will
be given free to ambitious
men women, boys and girls.
Send name and address, and
full Information' will ' be
mailed.' 1 ' -
.. j EDITOR '- !.!
Northwest .Poultry . Journal
- . Balmy Oregon. Dejst. A.
and Ray L. Smith, city, attorney.
Is drafting an ordinance which will
be presented to the city council.
This ordinance provides the legal
machinery for calling a meetin
with the city park board and the
naming of the tree dftired.
Salem Man In Phoenix
T. C. Irvin, well known Salm
man, has reached Phoenix, Ariz ;
where he expects to spend the re-'
mainder of the winter. . Mr. Ir:.
vin is delighted with the winter
climate in central Arizona where,
he writes, "one can go about in
their shirt sleeves during the mid
day." During his stay at Phoenix
Mr. Irvin expects to visit the many
points of scenic and historical in
terest nearby, and is planning a
trip to Roosevelt dam. oxer the
beautiful Apache Trail highway.
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 M, dug.
trimmed and bunched. For prices
on smaller lots by mail, write or
call on Ray Patterson. Three miles
east of Wheatland ferry or Ger-vais-Wheatland
road, Rt. 2, Ger
vais. Oregon. Samples can be seen
St J. Herren Nursery Co., corner
State and Harris. fl3.
Much Milk Collected
After counting up th milk do
nated as the price of admittance
to the Near East Relief and Jackie
Coogan films at the Grand thea
ter, it was found that nearly 1200
Better get busy and cure
that bark while there is yet
time. The T. B. sanitariums of
the nation are filled with men
who took a chance and did not
treat their cough till it was too
- COUGH SYRUP
Will cure the most stubborn
135 N. Com'L. Phone 107
THERE are many cities ten
times the size of Salem that
would delight in, beins: able to
show such a high class group of
Beautiful crepe de, chine, print
ed crepes, flat crepes, and rush
ionaire crepes artistically beaded
and trimmed with buttons, me
talic ornaments, silk braids, ties
Colors are Ashes of RosesGray,
Resida Blue, Sea Green, Old
Rose, . Wood , Brown, Orchid,
Navy and Black and White.
cans of milk had been received.
According to the , contract with
the Borden condensed milk people,
this will be matched by a similar
amount, - giving a' total , of nearly
2S00 cans of milk. According to
Arthur Hlle, manager of the
Grand theater, several , of the
youngsters brought two and three
cans of. milk each while one en
thusiastic youngster shov ed up
with a jar of horseradish.
Basketball . ('
1 Sa'em High vs Dallas High to
night 7:30; New High school
Real Estate Sales Hrpoi ten
Two residence properties sales
are. reported by W. G. Kruger,
local realtor. These are for prop
-ONE OP AMERICA'S
like this ?
t$5,000 if you die from natural causes
$109000 ifyou die from aeddent :
: In case of permanent total
disability the company will . ... '. '..
1.: Waive all premium payments - ;
2. Pay you $a J per week for one year, and in addition -.
3. Pay yx)u$5P per mcath, for life; and , J.r. '
4. Try $JiOoo to your beneficiary wneayoadie 1 -
' 5. If disability involves loss of limbic sight as a result of
accident, the company will pay you $7,000 in cash, iw -mediately,
in addition to all other benefits.
lin case of temporary disability as a result of either skkness .
or accident, the company will pay you 125 per week for a limit .
ofSZwedu. t t ' , , . - f
MA Service That Endures" . . ' " i t .
J. C.- TibbiU, "1 .
WTr- 1263 State Street, Salem, Oregon
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erties at 666 and 675 North Summer,-
which, have 'been sold to J. -C,
i Wilson - nd Robert Glasgow,
respectively, by C. S., Sutherland.
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