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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM; OREGON
THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY'14, 1924
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' 01 Pacific lodge No.
kif 60, Thursday, t p. m. to
i 6nduct funeral services
1, Sv .t of Wat late brother, X., G.
, Curtte. k By order of W. M.f 14
f - .
J. Cfe to be Sold
Sheriff O. D. Bower was ordered
to sell two cars, a Maxwell and a
Ford.' which were seized while
transporting liquor within the
t county. The owners, Walter A.
Johnson and Tom Frohmader,
A failed to appear yesterday when
iLthe hearings were set. Two other
eases involving confiscated cars
' were continued on motion of the
4 attorneys for the owners.
Three modern houses and five
room flat. Immediate possession
f on all. Becke & Hendricks, U. S.
Bk. Bldg. v fl4
.. .. . a i :
I Llcnuo Granted
, r A marriage license was granted
' yesterday to Joseph Henbierger,
.Sdbltmlty, and Louise Znber of
granted a divorce from S. I. MOe
on a desertion charge and given
the right to resume her maiden
name. Josie M. Torter. The case
of Alice Johnson against C. J.
Johnson was taken under advisement.
Seeks Nomination ,
Clark O. Grovea yesterday filed
his declaration of candidacy for
the position of constable of the
Salem justice of the peace dis
trict, in the republican primaries.
121 Ktterburg Strawberry Wants
For sale. Inspected and pro
nounced free from root weed and
from 1923 setting. Price $1.50 M
and dig them yourself, or $2 M
dug and sacked; $4 M dug and
trimmed and sacked; $4.50 dug,
trimmed, sacked and bunched. For
prices on smaller lots by mail,
write or call on Ray Patterson.
Three miles east of Wheatland
ferry or Gervais-Wheatland road,
route 2, Gervais, Or. Samples can
be seen at J. Herren Nursery Co.,
corner State and Cottage. fl4
rational county work of the YMCA,
arrived in the city yesterday for a
short -visit with Edwin Socolof sky,
Marlon county secretary. Mr.
Roberts Is to speak several times
a day at several of the small
towns in the Salem district before
returning to Portland Friday
where he is to attend the Inter
By the use of medicine Dr. Stone
removed a large CANCER from
the left hand of G. W. Richardson
of Salem, Oregon. gl4
Rotary Directors Sleet
Members of the board of direc
tors and chairmen of the standing
committees of the Rotary met for
dinner ' at the Marion hotel at
6:20 o'clock last night. Plans for
, Food Desired
The War Mothers are to hold a
cooked food sale Saturday at the
H. t. Stiff Furniture store and
desire all Salem War Mothers to
. contribute food suitable for sale I tne yeatv including stunts for the
purposes, according to Mrs. Jon district convention in Spokane
A. Carson, president of tbe local next April, were discussed. Some
v chapter. Foods needed especially cf the details for the surprise par
are pies, cakes, cottage cheese, , to De Ejven at the Marion hotel
baked beans, home; made bread, jnext Thursday night in observ
ant otner rooaa suuaDie ior a ioou iance 0f the 19th anniversary oi
''sale. j the birth of the organization, were
; also worked out. This meeting is
fWood Special ... ' . beinic arranged on the quiet and
Five loads 16 inch, InBide mill wjh be attended by wives of Ro-
wood. $17.50. Order now. Prompt
delivery. Spaulding Logging Co.
tarlans and their friends.
Elks Charter Special Train
Clubrooms at the Salem Elks
lodge No. 336 will be dark tonight
owing to the visit a large number
of members will make at the Mc-
Minnville lodge. A special train
has been chartered to carry the
lodge men. The Elks band will
be taken along. All of the officers
are making the trip and short talks
will be given by Frank T. Wright
man, deputy district exalted ruler
and by E. M. Page, grand exalted
Legion Voyageurs Gather
Nearly every voyageur of Voi
ture 153, the Societe des 40 Hom
ines and 8 Chevaux, made the trek
to Dallas last night for another of
the ceremonials of the order.
Chief Justice Thomas A. Mc
Bride was a visitor at the meeting,
the guest of Major W. P. Simpson.
In addition to the Salem men a
number drove over from Sllverton.
After the initiation ceremonies a
feed was served. The men left
the Marion garage about 7 o'clock
Mftsic Students, Jfotlce!
At the business meeting held
Tuesday evening, Feb. 12, the Sa
lem Music Teachers' association
unanimously voted to enforce the
i Four Divorce Granted
Yesterday was default divorce
j day in Judge Bingham's court. Di
vorce decrees were granted in the regUiation heretofore established
' cases of Hollls Fay Hanes against tAat mlgSed lessons ahall be paid
Anna Hanes; WHlard F. L. Good- for except in cases of protracted
, man against uiuan u. uooaman
and C. Roy Goodwin against
Frances Goodwin. Josie Moe Was
Traffic Violator Fined
For cutting a corner Leo Pfeil,
613 Market was fined $5 when he
appeared before Marten Poulsen,
police judge Wednesday. The
Case against Ervln F. Smith, for
failure to dim his headlights. as
dismissed. Both men were ar
rested by Officer Sproed.
I FtJKNITUBEl HARDWARE 1
Bought. Sold and Exchanged.
1 KALEM BARGAIN HOUSE
, 20 ft. Com't St. Phone 492
,.lf.. . tTe Pay Cash
Hotel Men Coming Here
Members of the. Oregon' State
Hotelmen's association are expect-
ed to be in Salem, for luncheon
Saturday noon at one of the regu
lar bi-monthly meetings of the as
sociation, according to Al Pierce,
manager of the Marion hotel. The
caravans start from Portland and
Roseburg and are expected to
Bicycle is Found
A bicycle, found on Commer
cial near the Ladd & Bush bank
has been taken to police head-
Quarters by Officer Shafer.
Elks Special Train-
To McMinnville, will leave Com
merclal and Union streets Thurs
day evening at 6:15 and return
the same night. Membere get
your tickets at the club. fl4.
Itallaa Ptum Trees. GoodM nearly 75 people to the hotel
Frlcea oa Walnuts, SeedUng Cher;
rv Trees. $c to 15e. General Nur-
1 lery Stock, Sales Yard and Office,
jili Ferry St. ,
A. l.' Mathla, Pro(.
Pfflce jTKmo 19V.
Repair Permit Issued , t
Permission to spend $600 in re
pairing a two-story dwelling at
245 North Church bas been grant
ed R. E. Downing.
for lunch. Early Oregon history
will be the subject of an address
by "Senator Jobn Gill, of .Portland.
Mayor J. B. Giesy will give the
fssr " :rLjn visit
114 the:visi:whyalem-came to
oe me iapui vi iu oiv..
Noted yICA Mn Here
Albert E. Roberts,, of New York
You Should know
That w diagnose, locate and
. toeisnre,' trok a 4rpp of blood hy I city, senior secretary of the inter-
tisease acuva or laieni.
Wa p'urify.tba, blood nd cure,
y EADIATiONS of ELECTRONS
, (not aletriclty), 5 per cfent of
lancers, 'tuberculosis, fcoltejrS, dlai-
'A large number of Salem Ma
sons motored to Independence last
night to put on the degree work
: for a class in that town. They
left Salem about 7 o'clock last
His offices are equipped
with the most modern in
struments, together with
more than one-third of ' a
century's" experience which
are at your disposal for good
His prices are very rea
sonable -for tha materials
and service given. He guar
antees satisfaction in every
respect. If glasses do not
give satisfaction, they will
be changed free for a period
of one year.
210. 11 United States Bank
Into the Rdtary club at the Wed
nesday lunc&eon as the "baby"
member. In presenting the new
member to the qlub R. O. Snelling,
president, remarked that this title
was bestowed not because of his
sze, but because he is .the newest
member. Dr. Powell admitted
Padre" was: his official nickname.
The seven principles of the Inter
national Rotary Clubs were gven
nim by Rev. J. J. Evans.
Xeer Funeral Today
Funeral services for litye Lois
Katherine Neer. 8-year-old daugh
ter of, 31r. and Mrs. Frank E.
'eer and granddaughter of Mr.
nd Mrs. 'W. E. Wllsdn, will be
held from the Webb funeral paT-
lors at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon.
Rev. W. C.; Kantner will have
charge of tlte services. Interment
fcill be in City View cemetery.
volt ires of the PRL&P company,
according to a warning issued yes
terday by W. M. Hamilton, mana
ger. The main offenders are boys
who are careless. If one of these
wires should fall to the ground,
not only the boys engaged in the
work, but passersby are in dan
ger of losing their lives. All per
sons should not attempt to string
a wire over other wires unless a
reliable person has first determ
ined tbe voltage of the wires, Mr.
Grocery, butcher. See us today
on location on store corner. Becke
& Hendricks, U. S. Bk. Bldg. .fl4
Mrs. Lucy Kntcru Hospital
Mrs. Irene C. Lucy, wife o
Staff Sergeant C. R. Lucy, United
States army man on duty in Sa
lem with the organized reservos
left yesterday on the Shasta linj
ited for San Francisco where she
will enter the Letterman funeral
hospital at the Presidio for ofc
servation and treatment.
A Good Place
The Era Clinic
1H ptata ptf
Free Public Lecture Friday
1:1$ T. M.
f I Mill n'li 'Hin H'''
Crowder is Speaker
U. S. Crowder will address a
meeting of the Artisans at the
lOOF hall tonight, having as his
topic "Abraham Lincoln." Friday
night Mr. Crowder will deliver a
shdrt address before the Aumsville
Chorus Relteniro Friday
Another veekly rehearsal of the
Salem boys' chorus is scheduled
for the YMCA tomorrow night
The rehearsal last week was the
best one in the history of-the of-
ganibation, according toJDr.v.H. Ql
Epley, director, who was particu
larly pleased with the attendance
and attention shown by the boys.
Several men intecested in the boya
have volunteered their services
and, are expected to sing with the
boya Friday night, carrying the
tenor and bass parts.
tel. Fran Bllgn will be he chair
man- of 4he day. There will be
no regular speaker, and a good,
lively program has been arranged.
It Is understood Mr. Bllgn will
bring some of his vaudeville art
ists with him- Some time will
probably be given to running over
several songs to be given" at the
Lions' minstrel show at the Grand
theater February 26 and 27.
Visit Corvallis Rotarians
In response to an invitation to
attend the presentation of the
charter to the CorvalUs Rotary
club tonight, about a dozen of the
Salem Rotarians will motor to the
Benton county town. Ah excel
lent program has been prepared
for this meeting.
K'ew Taxi iHie Soon-
Several tsfx is of a company re
cently organized, are expected to
arrive in the city in a few days
and WM1 probably make their ap
pearance by the first of the week
or. during the . week-end.
Lions Plan Fine Program
Entertaining features will be the
keynote of the Lions' club lunch
eon program for the regular meet
ing Friday noon at the Marion ht-'
World famous violinist, Friday,
Feb. 15, First Christian church.
Single admissions $2. Tickets for
sale by Civic Music club members,
or may be purchased at tho door.
I. R. Smith was a visitor at the
Portland automobile show,
Warren Armington has gone to
California where he plans to try
to dIspoar Vf nls loganberry ju?ce.
Mraud; MrsWalteY Gibson-0f
Dallas wete recent visitors la Sa
lem." "J-tlSJ .
Harry " Zelsdorf is ttempOTarily
employed at the Terminal hotel
during the absence of "W. W. Chad
wickj who" is In Rosebnrg on busi
ness connected with stage operation.
Attorney Blaine McCord, justice
Of the peace Of the Woodburn dis
trict, was In Salem Wednesday.
Eugene Hayter, vice president
Of the First National bank of Dal
las, was a Salem business caller
Silwrton visitors in the city
yesterday included Mr. and Mrs.
S. R. Bailer, Josie Porter and A.
II. Hores. . , - - '
For Stiff Joints
Pharmacist jiay that when all
Other so-called remedies fail Joint-
Ease will succeed.
It's for joint ailments only
'.hat is why you are advised to use
it for sore, painful, inflamed, rheu
Joint-Ease limbers up the joints
-is clean and stainless and quick
results are assured Sixty cents
a tube at druggists everywhere.-Adv.
BURNING poor coal ! A
like, burning paper dol M
1 lar bills. You spend a lot W
of money and get no heat. -U
But when you invest your . Q
money. In coal of tha. high-; (J ,
est quality such as we are Q
offering you are indeed t x
' saving money and getting!
"Our coat is all tear;
HiLUlAN FUEL CO.
Broadway at Hood
gv , t , THOSE if- v t
Read the Classified Ads.'-
We Will Take Your Piano-
Phonograph, city lot or anything
of value in trade for one of our
used cars, either light or heavy.
219 State, or phones 113oJ, or
635. Ask for Oleson. gl4
i'. Wrti. Neimeyer
t in Business For Your
1... 2 Health , -'
IT5 N; Coml;? Photife 167
ATTESTIOX We UU have a few
Rotalah Cherry Trees left at Re
duced Prides, also Lambert, Bingl
and Water House.
AlATHiS KUBSEItT CO.
Many in High School
For the first time in its history
the enrollment in the -senior high
school has passed the 1,000 mark.
A complete check made yesterday
I Dr. Powell Xew Mcmlwpr
Dr. C. E. Powell of the Kimball
College of Theology, was received
5S5g!5 Uhowed a totll of 1023'students
.Office Phone 17S8
till Oregon Bldg. .Telephone 457
The Seayey - Bell Insurance
- Agency :
'"illlT Bed ? FranV Wigar
f THERAPEUTIC INSTITUTE
. (Formerly Dr. Bcnenwj
249 8. CotUge fit.
PHONE - - 1182
The Of fginal and Genuine Spln-
1 Ad luitraent Treatment. SklU
' ful. Paihlesi i diaaUbeat laat
: . ' gets ; resulti. ; ; , .-f -
j: r,;K DR. L. a MABSHAIJi ;f
V Osteopathlo Pbyalclan and
;; ;. Surgeoa
Government Loans oa Farm
5V par cent
F. S. WILKLNSON
20 J U. S. Bank Bldg.
enrolled; superintendent of Schools
George Hug announced Wednes-
Radio Warning Isaed- .
Amateur radio fans are In dan
ger of death by electrocution un
less they cease their,. -practice of
stringing aerials over the2300-
The funeral of William II. Fol-
ger who died February 12, 1924,:
will be held at the Webb Funeral
Darlors today ( Thursday) the
1 4th at 3 p. m. Rev. J. J.
Evans will have charge of service.
Interment will be in IOOF ceme
I Excellence is the Lever
The funeral of Loist Katherine
Neer, who died February 10th,
124 will -be held at the Webb
Funeral parlor today at 1:30 p.
m. Rev. Kantner will bavel
charge oi services. Interment will
be In City View cemetery.
Dtt k H. IITE
DIL ANNE BREKKE ;
m Osteopathic A-
Physicians and Surgeon
I .1. ft,aMm I Si1mii iiI.Ii.li
tmd hr iliram'i method of t2iec-l
': uonk Diagpoeu nd .Treatment, j Larmer Transfer Co.
Balem I noon which ve depend to move
large quantities oi coal, wnue
bur prices tre the same as those
for ordinary coal we strive to
make those prices pay for more
and bierer coal satisfaction. How j
well we succeed can be learned by
a trial. Why not make the test
when it costs so more. Give us a j
EKBAXJflR jn "
. romaaii siasoxoaa
tkone ltse -amcMBi
W6t Msr rms
We will give to you the
training that will make
your services in demand
and wiU give to you the
prestige enjoyed by our
graduates when they
seek a position. Every
young man and woman
needs this training. There
is no better time than the
'cqVv. 8. Nsfl BankBldg. Salem State St
LADD & BUSH
General Brrt!rin Cutincss
Office HduW from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
WEBB & CLOUGH
RIGDON & SON'S
The verago hen does not
pay a profit
PURE BRED HEFS
BRED TO LAY PAY .
and have made hundreds of
poultry men wealthy. Four
teen trios of 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
PUREBRED CHICKEN ,
Northwest Poultry journal
Salt-in,, Oregon. Dept. A. ,
A REAL, HONEST-TO-GOODNESS
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Whole farhiliea are comirifir ih to be Fitted to shoes and whir not? If a person can
save ten dollars by outfittng the family at this sale why riot, save 510. That's a good
many loaves of bread and we heed bread to give us strength to be able to work to earn
some money to buy some shoes. 1 ; ,.r.
LADIES' BLACK CALF, MEDIUM.HEEL OXFORDS,
regular $7 grades, most all sizes, to fclose out, go in
this sale at
LADIES' BROWN CALF OXFORDS, low heel, regular
$7 grade, while they last, go at
LADIES' NEW STYLE PATENT LEATHER OX
FORD, the best looking $8 value you ever saw, goes
in this sale at
THE NEW BLACK AND BROWN CREASE VAMP,
low heel oxford, the best selling shoe on the market,
$9 values at
GREY SUfct)E with black patent leather trim Oxfords,
the best $8 value in the world; get a pair of these
the first day at
NUDE OOZE with brown trim, regular $7 grade, most
all siies, flat heel, a wonderful value, goes at
SELBY BROWN SUEDE OXFORD, all sizes, a very
nevr, style and the best $9 value we have; we arc going
to close out these wonoeriui snoes at
GREY SUEDE with brown jrim, the best $7 oxford in v'
Salem, these go while they last at
GREY STRAP PUMP with black trim, most all sizes,
regular $8 value, to close out while they last at
TAN SUEDE with brown calf trim, two-slrap, the best
$10 value in our store;. We have a few pairsi mbsl aJi
sizes, to gb at - ,4
' $5.95 . - . , .
BROWN KID STRAP, a vcv;fashidttable lightweight
shoe, Cuban heels, all sizesi $9 value, g'o ih this sale at
BLACK SUEDE, patent trim, a very new pattern,
Cuban heel, all sizes; get a pair the first day if you
want a pair at
GLAZED KID STRAP, Cuban heel pump, regular ?8,
ralue, a very hew style; they will be a riot
200 PAIRS ODD SIZES, odd styles, ranging in price
from $8 to $12.50; a few pairs of Hanan's broken sizes
in the lot; take your choice v f
. : $4.95
i . . . i
OLD LADIES' COMFORT SHOES, all sizes 'arid widths
with dozens of styles to pick from, regular $5 arid $6
values; get a pair in this sale at . '
- . S
MEN'S AND BOYS' SHOES
BOYS' HEAVY SHOES, a good $5 value, while they
last to close out go at
BOYS' DRESS SHOES, both in black and brown $5
value at $3.95$7 value at
ONE LOT CHILDREN'S HIGH TOP SHOES, regular
$6 values to close out, go at
4 GIRLS' PATENT LEATHER SHOES, the best $5
value in the city, to close out at
MEN'S BLACK OR BROWN $7 DRESS SHOES in th
very newest styles, all sizes, while they last, g6 at
MEN'S WORK SHOES, regular $7 and $8 values, all
sizes, colors and kinds to close out quickly at
BOYS' regular $7 high-top boots in both , black arid
brown, best quality, to close out white they last at
MEN'S BLACK AND BROWN $7 OXFORDS, rill sizes,
all styles, every pair a new style; get a pair early in
the sale at
v Put on everj
Bring them in any day and
leave them for Wednesday.
Ci Ban Oil
Bring your, foot troubles to
Dr. Williams who has been
practicing 13 , years in Ore
gon and in Salem for 2
years. Why suffer ? when
he' can give' you instant re
lief for all your foot ail
talents. iResults are what I
. Uy Appointment Phone
616. Hours 9 to 5:30.