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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
THURSDAY MORNING, MRCH 13, 1924 I
was released from the city jail
yesterday. Ramsey was arrested
by Officer White last Thursday
and charged with being drunk.
Consider having Petition!
-( A special committee of the city
council metcast night to consider
several petitions tor. paving. The
petitions which are regarded fav
orable will be presented to the
council at Its regular,, meeting on
Choice Mixture Gladwin Ball
50c per dozen. Flake's Fetland.
nilS. '' - ' ,4 '
: . . ' . ; v"V
Ibifl tn lorfrhrrf
W. L. Seely forfeited $3 in the
polite court yeiterday when he
failed to answer to a charge' of
falling to dim his headlights. The
case galnst' O. S. Boston, 1035
Snipping, was -dismissed. '-
Krw lighting Fixtare
Get our prices and save money.
Salem Electric Co. F. S. Barton,
I prop.. Masonic Temple. ' Plrfine
! 1200. mStf
tinKiling Permits Tsanl t. ,;
A warehouse and cold storage
plant -will be buflt at 545 Trade
street, by F. N. Derby, according
to a building permit issued yes
terday. The ailding will cost
$15,000. -el" permits" issued
were "to Andrew Verclar, for a con
crete basement at 735 North Com
mercial, $1,000; Frank Wilson,
alterations at 1893 North Church,
$400; Walte Kirk, alterations
and repairs, 977 South High, $1,-
000, and to E. A. Dalke for a small
dwelling at 2264 Hazel avenue,
SNMtks on Xear East
Personal experiences in the Near
East while a boy, and the terrors
of being captured by a band of
Turks with a number of children
who were to have been burned And
the subsequent escape through the
hand of Providence, -will be re
lated by Rev, Martin Fereshetian,
pastor of the Unitarian church, at
the Woman's club building Friday
night. Mr. Fereshetian has se
lected "A Modern Flight Into
Egypt" as the subject of his ad
dress. Proceeds from the lecture
will go to swell the building fund
of the proposed new church. Mr.
Fereshetian has also been invited
to address the third triennial con
vention of the Unitarian churches
of the Pacific coast April 8 to 10
in San Francisco.
$75 and up.
Stiff Furn.ture Co.
FURXITUKKl HARDWARE I
Bought, Bold Mid Exchanged.
BALEM BARGAIN HOUSE
JSO N. ComTSC Phone 492
- We Pay Cask
Many Pleaant Released
Thirteen crates, or 156 Chinese
pheasants, have been liberated in
this district during the last 10
days by Heary Stevenson, deputy
game warden. The birds were re
ceived from the Tugene hatchery.
Included in the places the birds
were given theif freedom were on
grounds of several state institu-
ions, Waconda, the Durbin stock
farm near Turner, Brunk's farm
in Polk county, the White farm,
the Seth Thomas place and the
McArthur reserve, all in Polk
Methodist churches," will hold its! The Lend delegation took dvan
regular monthly meeting-Monday tage of their early arrival and
night, March 31, at the Leslie spent the afternoon at the peni
Methodist church on South Com- tentiary and the state hospital.
mercial. Justice O. P. Coshow of
and Charles E. Knowland, Mr. Gile Benefit Lecture me Oregon supreme court will Woman Prisoner Expected
making certain charges against the By Rev. M. Ferescetian at the speak on "Lincoln, a Man of God." Word was received by Warden
club and its principles, to be re- women's club toldg.. Cottage and The address was to have been A. M. Dalrymple that a female
fnted by Mr. Knowland. Registra- Center streets, Friday evening at given at the February meeting, federal prisoner would" be brought
tion cards for the Spokane con- 8 o'clock. Subject, "A Modern which was postponed. to Salem tonight from Los An-
ventlon were distributed. It was Flight Into Egypt." Tickets, 50 geles. The telegram and previous
announced that Salem Rotafians cents; no war tax. ml 4 Grand Jury at Work communications did not tell the
ar alreadv heeinnine tn receive I The March investigations of the I nature of her crime. Another
personal vlnvitations to attend the Cases Are Dismissed IMarion county grand jury got un- woman from California is due in
convention. Several riders of light less nicy- aer way yesteraay. rouneen tne near future, according to wora
cles evidently put up good stories I cases are to come up for investi- recently received at the prison
"So TWs Is Venice' " or alibis in police court yesterday gation? It Is -understood that con- These prisoners are received as
Brunswick record. Stiff-Furni- for their cases were dismbjisedilsiderable headway was made yes- 'boarders,', with the state as lanoX
. i . . . . . . . i . - . . .
tur rn ml 2 I Those annearing were Ray Ksnei- iteraay in tne prooing or several lord because or a lacK or accommo
man. 497 Union: Harry West, fcaaes, and it is anticipated that the dations for female prisoners at
Cabinet .Wood Received 1880 North Winter, and Lawrence I grand Jury win complete us worn McNeil's Island and in uaurornia
A block tot cabinet wood from Engstrom, 575 North uapuoi, lia a laitiy snort perioa oi tuue. Tfcere are at present six iemaie
the interior of Mexico- has been Lonnie McCIaire, 102 Miller, wag ' prisoners at the state penitentiary
received hv O. J. Hh11. The block fined 12.50. The men were ar- Boss Is Xabbed
is about four feet long, and is 14 rested by Officer Sproed. C. L. Boss, prominent Portland Chinese Bound Over.
bv 16 inches on the side and automobile dealer, accompanied The three Chinese arrested last
weighs a little more than 350 Hits Three Automobiles oy Mrs. .boss, passed inrouKii week ror violation or me narcotics
pounds. The wood, when smooth- Harold Arnold. 370 Kingwood lem last night on their way home act. were bound over to await the
ed and without polish or finish. Park, in West Salem, was arrested after a pleasure trip south. It action by the federal grand jury
nrpni ft WiiMfni nnnenranre frr repklesn drivine late Tuesday was rumorea iuhl xur. Da "" yesterday alternoon wnen tne last
Mr. Hull plans on having his sped- night by Officer Wright after the not in the best of humor while of tne trio had appeared before
men made up into pieces for ex- machine he was driving had struck nere ana mat ne was quite ire Lyle J . Page, federal comtnission
hibition purposes. three parked automobiles on State in expressing his opinions of the er fcjr this district. The Chinese
Bfreet near H ell. All fOUr orpwe iibuii: uriiaiuiieui. u sterna
Boys Chorus to'Rehearse the automobiles were slightly om-i '
Every member of the Salem aged. Arnold was fined M tne "T "u " ' T
,..,,, ,.t0a t T. In nniM- rt vesterdav. TWO Of O" mis siue oi Aiuauy iu cuil
hU nlace at the TMCA Friday the owners of the other machines roadster and arrested him for
nieht. according to Dr. H. C. Epley 1 reported. These were W- ar
were taken to Portland yesterday
by two federal agents
. GREAT BSPUCTIOII
In Italian Prune Trees. Good
: frices on .Walnnts Seedling Cher
r Trees. So to lie General iur
lery Stock, Sales Yard andOf flea.
,44 Ferry St.
; FRUTTLAND NURSERY
' ' A. J. MaOiia. Prop.
MfloaPhoae 1W. Re. 114QM
' In Business For Your
411 Oregoa Bldg. Telephone 457
f The Seayey BeD Insurance
i rBHiT- BeU H Frank Watar
OPormeriy pr. pcnenaai.
S49 8. Cottase St.
i The Original and Gen ulna Spin
l al - Adjustment Treatment.
I fnL i Painless
4 nti raixtlts.
DR. L. a UARSHALIi
Osteopathic Physician aa4
C3 Oregon Qdc
The California & Oregon Coast
Railroad company reports to the
pubic service commission a loss of
director. The chorus will bold a ren of the Oregon Pulp c i-aper
final rehearsal Mondav nieht inlenmnanv and Clarence L. Smith,
preparation for the first, public 1 416 Masonic building
this year in connec
ister greatly agitated Schwabe who is
nd that he was of the fh.arge f btami"
tion with the concert and program gtOTO n Barglarize1
planned by the woman's auxiliary I Crittenden's second-hand store
of the TMCA. At the last rehears- 404 Ferry, was broken into some
al there were so many boys pres-tjme Tuesday night and a .38-cali-
ent that an extra two dozen chairs I bT Tl4Cyie ulated revolver stolen
were necessary to accommodate according to a report made to tne Bogg ,g tQ report at Albany Satur.
speeding. It was said that the
fact that an officer driving a
Mr. Uoss and
opinion that a traffic officer
should ride a motorcycle so that
autoists could identify him. Mr.
Boss looked up Sam Kozer while
here and told him all of his trou
bles, according to the report
given. It is understood that Mr.
Calls for County Prisoner
Deputy Sheriff Plant of Lincoln
county yesterday claimed F. W,
wanted on a
g money undef
false pretences. Schwabe was ar
rested at Marion last Monday and
held for the Lincoln county author
ities. It was said that he. had
cashed worthless checks amount
ing to nearly $300.
$9291.97 on Its operations for
1923. Operating revenues are giv-iThe onveiling ceremony will be
Rotarians to be Hosts
The function of the Salem Ro
tary club on April 19, when R. A.
Booth, president of the Eugene
Rotary club, will officially pre
sent the "Circuit Rider" to the
state, will be that of hosts, it was
announced yesterday by H. S. Gile.
police yesterday morning.
Will Hear Holmes' Case
day on a charge of speeding 45
t I miles an hour
en as $25,421.56, operating expen
ses. $32,157. and net revenues $6,-
35.44. The Heppner Light &
Water company reports operating
revenues or $J 6, 2 4 4. 65, operating
expenses of $24,455.10; net rev
enue of $3789.38, and operating
income '$2,053.29. The McMinn-
vllle Telephone company reports
operating revennes of $22,170.89,
operating expenses of' $17,675.01,
net revenues of $5095.88, and op
erating income of $3461.58. ,
held at 11 o'clock in the morning
at the state house grounds.
Charged with being the father Cam.ep Rcinoved
of an unborn emia. wuemm
Holmes1, Mt. Angel youth, will he
given a hearing in justice court
at 10 o'clock this morning. Five
...wnacooa tnr th defense were
subpoenaed for the case Wednes
Accident .Victims Improving
. Two ofithe five persons who
were in the'Riggs automobile when
it crashed with another driven by
S. V. Junorof the lllahee Country
. - . . . ' . e 11 !
j i... .ii leinh. are recovering rtiu men
. . t.:,..u . TLI..O Tanof Wa or 1440
cine. Dr. Stone removed a double '"J"""- - -
stat street, is suiieriuK iiuiu
cancer from the forehead of Mrs.
W. 11. Dorsey Clark of Salem.
Odd Fellows Hosts
. Chemeketa Lodge No. 1, IOOF,
was host to a delegation from the
aliock and bruises, whfle'Mr. Junor
Ivert a fractured skull. He
has been conscious since the aci
dent and he has every chance for
War .Vein Plan Social
Hal Hibbard camp No. 5 of the
United Spanish War Veterans will
hold a social meeting at the arm-
degree work was put on by Che- Knocneu w "'f;
4 i 1 uatf ruesaav niKui. au:i uiu
. uauuun naai " " "
Preferred Stoetc, rVr Cent
Salem's paper mill. .Payable I
monthly. Hawkins & Koberts.-
ory Saturday night according i o ;m f addreS8 at the Grand
invitations being mailed by John KaPa 6 Thg Royal Ro8ariaT1
Bentelson, adjutant. A gooa pro- Portland, was also
gram with something to eat is I"-'-""'
planned. The camp will not meet Presen
Monday night ,a vvhihitM
u.vn nVer Kntertalned
J - . . I ft rtS I1USL LU tl UC1C
Several nrominent local neyuu- ,T.n.,. inPa, Man knocked Jtown-rr
uran entertained Mayor Gorgei iu. cor.iQi A man. riding a iWcycle
- . . J n n in. I " f
L. Baker, or roniauu,
lOrmai uiuuci . Inilpt9 lrtrtr hunmipt Teas
last .night prior to Mayor Baker s r4,-iaP inri ner. 755 Bellevue. notified the po
oin ut xLhu-h ihP mpmhprs lice. The man was not injured
were entertained with music by nd Gardner was unaoie io .earuj
ivprsitv men's this name.
glee club and were addressed by
Mayor George L. Baker of Port
Stereopticon Acfdress at .First
Methodist Church To
nigh tSy Pastor
At the First Methodist church
tonight at 7:3. o'clock. Rev. 11. E.
Kirkpatrick, the pastor, will give
stereopticon7' address on the
.world service program in which
the church, is engaged. In addi
tion tdvcqlored slides,, showing the
work being done tnroughout the
world, several slides will be shown
depicting some of the work that
is being done -in China by Miss
Esther McCracken, a Salem girl
who is a missionary in that coun
The world service program fol
lows the five-year centenary pro
gram of tne cnurcn wnicn wm
come to an end the latter part of
May. The world service program
calls for a financial outlay of
$18,000,000 a year, and the quota
of the local church for the period
from June 1, 1924, to October 1,
1925, is $6111. The canvass, for
this sum of money 'Will be. made
next Sunday afternoon when 25
teams of men will visit the mem
bership of the church. The teams
will .meet tonight at 7 o'clock for
a conference and to receive the
names of the church members to
be visited bv. each team. Dr. B
L. Steeves is director of the drive
,The regular church night supper
will take place at 6:30 o'clock:
Group photographs' of the three
Jinst isen ruo- - i : . - 4,omot. ron-i ... . .
I am leaving the Oregon'theater state u;u. Class htartea
. it, i nnrron liuiirr luc auwi"vvi' ----- koi A Aimonhu
The public serriecr commission
A 4. .3 ..nlA thA QllCn I I'r'M 1 1 L VV 11" I . . .
Ralem th 22nd. mult dispose aucieu - i a raaio teiegrapny ciass
of mv new Monarch piano. Terms, lamette university are on started, last night at the YMCA-
of my new
but cash i
Hawley, Jr., 1553 State st.
ml 3 ln gOQS
the three seasons
4aaajyhcji will meet, every Wed:
Mrs. Preston Lake of Eugene is
registered at the Marion hotel.
William Williams of Grants
Pass was a Salem visitor Wednes-
ftimptton Gives Park '
MARSHFIELD, March . 10
Presentation jf .54.26 acres of- the
choicest,' :jamp. .andi recreation
grounds, at the finest oceanic site
In '.Coos. -county, to tbe public or
this , section, wug made this noon
amid rousing cheery by L. J. Simp
son at the "meeting of the Coos
Bay Pirates; n
The only provision of the f ree-
will erJ.sM;the ecenic streteh
of God's great out-of-doors was
that the Coos Bay Pirates take
the land as trustees, which the
Pirates,, .dd readily v thereby, as
suring . to v southwestern , Oregon
one of the finest recreation spots
in the west, which will be made
accessible at the completion of
the southern coast stretch of the
proposed super-road district.
The property will involve that
portion of Cape Arago jntting in
to the sea1 with South bay at one
side and North bay at the other,
providing two ideal beaches. Part
of the land is wooded with heavy
ordn for fb ya.r'Iurt U
as Hire of ferine- your fntl ,J
amount of the kind too jranrffcn ;n
if yon had 1ronllr elMt4 V
it and wtc d It ' bring t' 1
weighed. V wikh to ' pVa ';jf
, our customer nd we seM fHfi' ""
clean coal U-a11.,.-. t. ,
out eoA a jcwa y -jO,
III I I JlRtl - r-IICIi -A '-.0
niuuiviHii rutu vu. t
- Broadway at Hood
. SalearOr. - 0
- : - T -
spruce and about .one half ot tW
acreage is level" land Suitable or
the parking, ot many automoBIJ?s.:
The spot lies one andratf!ha1f
miles south of Shoreacres, wrhiV
formerly housed 'the vfamosds:
Simpson home and two and a hajjf
miles south- t ndset" Jeachfit'
would'bfidirecUylocatedj en, th'e.
pr oposed pl&n s f o r. the . aiiper-road'
district tfoe projected. fromSun-
set to Saccht beach: . " " 'I
WOIDOW GLASS f
All Sizes, i .
Headqnartera For "
FRVS DRUG STORE ?
280 X. Commercial Bt. v ,
Franklin high Bchool, of Port-
nuttrdir Imuai) an order Granting n.,... x-i.Vt
iZZ : i nM iW ,M,U,,"', th chamnionshlp last year;
ine .mu.0 Two visiting Rotarians, one irom . ft. l922 and
a TrHnrniHH uuvui uu - " . . t .1 v. n maw rrnm Fvn i "
: ... ' ... I Old A au liic umv! ' "
nn iha middle fork of the Coquulel- ,. v.rt-
v - i , wprH MUtriicam kucoia - - - i v A
river. : nesdav luncheon of the Rotary lana m
iiuh.nt the Marion hotel. J. x
Worid Court Meettar I Freeman, national Boy Scout ex
Public meetings will Be hem I pCutive . f r0m Chicago, spoke for
No charge is being! dav-
h three seasons ns ri.u.cv.. ,,
Tniversity high, of Eugene," wonk . , ln,tril..,on rlaRsl Mrs. Virginia Brooks was in the
The Silvcrton; Anxiliary
Of ih?iAmrIcan leeion is civ
ing a St. Patjick's dance Saturday jday.
evening. Marcn i, at tne ourer-
city recently from her home at
Roseburg. ; -
Gale Drubelis of Selma, south
ern Oregon, was in Salem yester-
Lydia E. Hovey of Eagle Point
is registered at the Terminal.
R. A. Elliott is spending a short
Jenelle Vandevort of Salem "wast irmorv'hall. ; Five-niece or
UltU luccuufta ..... . I PPU11V6 ' LIVIIl v utvuftu, ' f w --- I , . . . Aim I " .
-.x.j .rnncp i , i, - Ko,.m I rhosen as nresident of the cam-i... . , iqtntv'! xrnnnnii
over tne unueu owi" iiiotarv xvo.-1, ana ji. v au" - , iu"" t-' j -: 1 ,. , . c, trnm ntmit
ln,MM,,,b.w.rtdrr.d ln. NJ s, o.Wnd ca,.. out- .SX i? K Z1" . n2-l
sure America's participation. JneiliHed the work of his club, wnicn
... - a t .. . .. j ri ir inner uinucis um.u
ot tnese Dieeiiuss.""1. vv ineaas me iuiriunuu.i i
DR. B. H. WfllTE
DR. -ANNE BREKKE
i PhysiCan and Snreons
The only physicians in Salem
using Dr. Abram's method of
Electronic Diagnosis and
i m a a. '
i ireaimeiiL i
506 U. S. Natl.Bank Bldg,
" Salem ,
Salem on Friday, MaTCh 21.
has not been announced as yet who
the speakers will be, hut one will
be .either Dr. Nehemian Boynion
or Dr. Hamilton Holt.
I Drv Harris L Folk and Dr.1
Paul O. Stapran. 1484 State
SUk - Salem, . Oregon, are
Chlrop tactic doctors,
ti The I Shrams method ot
Electronic Diagnosis' and
Treattnent t not y taught
Chiropractic doctors by Dr,
Ahrams or any. ot his col
leges. These doctors, at 1484
Sta-te street, have removed
the' - words Abrams . Method
from their sign, but instead
ase the E. R. A. on their,
sira and advertisement: This
t is .misleading and has caused
persons to start treatment
with them, thinking they
w e r. e receiving the real
Abrams, treatment. The let
ters ' E. Tt. A., with periods
after them, stands for Elec-
, tronic Reactions ot Abrams.
While these doctors, who use
the imitation machine, use
the " EL -R. A., without the
periods, this ' is misreading
and- iras raused personsrto be
misled , and to take, their
treatment. Tor facta ad
' 'DIl. jl. II. WHITE
B. K. anoru vie 'V , ' .Mntatlve. Genevieve t ,J ZZ' V ' Z,i '
information has been received .'-j-- ,w41 Kev, v. a, e f
were: Vice president, Hollis Vick; 1 Makng interesting Campaign
treasurer, juanita near,, BCv..c- Lane Mbrlev. candidate fori
tary, Eugenia Savage; andunder-l couQt asseBSOr m company with
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hunt and
Mrs. W. M. Bushey visited yester
day at Stayton.
in Salem of the death at Albany
of E.' E. Warford, for many years
a resident of thatjeity- Mr. War-
ford was the father of Bert war
ford, well known in Salem.
Lest members forget some oi
the underlying principles
rnth of RoUry. and In order to
refresh memories the Wednesday I oi,,-.- From Jail
i.mAnn hour ot the Rotary club I . R Rmsey has recovered
was devoted to an educational i f m a spree on wood alconoi ana
-rw-t iv. y. v ' w i
I Thompson. Mrs. c. i . - vyuwb, i . , Jf f ersoii. " Marion and Turner
. w-v J II v I i - I
Mrs. can u.
Hester - have
Wednesday interviewing the busi-lgJQ JOURNEY OF
board of advisers. ine eieu.uu terest oI ur, Morley'a candidacy
was closely contested in ws f Morley professor for 12
for all oincers. moidu.uuu " anrt If. s. Crowder. minis- t.q r.rsinHo anH Mpdford arp to
take place the first of next wee.i Qr 31 are making a tangle, and the winner of the In
I " ' I Very , interesting campaign. Teach- dependenCe-pilot Kock game will
License Issued er and preacher traveling togeth- fight it out with Bend. The semi-
A marriage license waj issued ef by aut0f coifing every city and fina,3 will be played Saturday at-
yesterday to John W. Miles and e in the county (and seelng ternoon and the. fInals concluded
Charlotte A. Pratt, both or &a- . T, in fhft hf,st coun- .i.u
ness men and ministers iu the in-
H00PSTERS ON TONIGHT
(Continued from page 1)
program,' in charge ot the club's
.jnilnil . enmmittee Of H. S.
u..w. v r
fill. George "W. Hug and J. J
Evans1, who presided as chairman
nf th dar.. "What Rotary is isot
was the topic pf a short talfc by
t w Chambers. Me was wiw"
by a catechism between H. a. e
LAWREN'CE At his home on the charlotte
Wallace road Wednesday, jsaarcn iem
12. W. H. Lawrence, at the age
oi vpars. announcements I GramrcL to Meet
i.iw frnm the Th Salem Grange will meet
Will UO ius I , ,
Salem Mortuary,. 210 Center St. Saturday for the regular session.
cold in 14 nouns
LA GRIPPE Of 3 DATS
G O m W;
At the Fouiwing Price
For Few Days: ',
CASTLE GATE, KING,'
ROCK SPRINGS and 'i
$14.50 JPcr Ton
Wood for 16-inch from . f 84)0
to $10.00 Per Cord ' ; V ,
Larmer Transfer, Co
469 State St ' Phone $30
the finest people in the best coun-itnat night.
ty and the greatest state in tne
Union," Jefferson Review.
-Promotes - Good Health
H. E. RIDEOUT, Proprietor
The funeral of Adolph Henry
Muller who died March. 9, 1924,
at the age ot 60 years, will be con
ducted by Rev. Pemberton, at tne
A picture program is being con
sidered to take the place of a
DR. HARRISON FOLK
DR.' PAUL G. STAPRAN
We diagnose correctly from a
drop of blood of the patient any
iHitease. active or latent.
WV cure by the Electronic
Method 95 ner cent of cancers,
Tuberculosis, Diabetes, Ulcers
Af th Stomach. Acidity; high
Kiwwt - nrMddre. . hardening of
arteries, etc. " ' ' .. .
We remove the xause t-dl-
ease by purifying the bloody t
Inveetlgat at ,
THE ERA CLINIC-'
1484 State St., Cor. 15th
Hoars O a. m. to 8 p.m.
Month to Register
With the primary but little
more than two months away and
W'ebb Funeral parlors today at 9 registration books' open only for
e'clock Remains will be taken to anotner monm, me uauy
Cornelius, Or., for interment. tration at the county clerks of-
Iiice is very smaii, aauiuiug iu
those in charge of the work. Reg-
ilied March 11. at his home istrauon cioses uaya oeiuie iue
1095 N. Broadway, age 67 years
will be conducted by Rev. Cham
bers at the Webb Kunerai par
lors today at 2 o'clock. Interment
will be in IOOF cemetery.
election which will make the
books closed April 15. The pri
mary is1 May 16.
-nana test -Jfiin1r'T-1I4rt
This play is going to be given
t- help the War Mothers fund for
i the soldiers' monument. Grand,
on Tuesday evening next.
For the Monnment
"Cranberry .Corners" is to be
given for the soldiers' monument
fund. Grand opera housu, Tues
day evening next.
LADD & BUSH
BANKERS , .
' Ettabli8Ked .l869 xt
General BsnJxinB Buiinex
" - 't
LeailcX Fnatfal '
Cxf erf EmbaJxatrl .
Marriieil or Single
You should see the 3-act com
edy at Salem Heights' Community
hall. Saturday evtnlng 8 p. m.
Loyalty is the peculiar virtue of
people who feel lost without a
Deekebarh Lions' Speaker
F. G. Deckebach, ot the Marion
creamery will discuss the dairy in
dustry and its importance to the
Willamette valley at the Friday
lnnrlipnn nf the Lions club. OttO
Hoppes will preside as chairman
of the day.
Basketball Player Arriving
Several basketball teams which
will participate in the state tourna
ment, beginning today, arrived in
the city yesterday and were quar
tered at the various hotels. Dur
ing the day a variety of athletics
letters of vavious colors and sizes
could be noted around the city.
Oregon Pulp and Paper Go.
- Salem, Oregon ..-
Sulphite, and Manila Wrappings, also Butchers Wrap-
pings, Adding Machine Paper, Greaseproof, Glas&lneT',
Drug Bond, Tissuet Screenings and Specialties. - -
RIGDON & SON'S
The War Mothers of Salem are
sponsoring the putting on of
"Cranberry Corners" at the Grand
opera bouse on Tuesday. evening,
March 18. This is the play that
has been given several times by
the Salem Heights' community
club. It has been a great suc
cess. It is a wonderful play, well
presented. The proceeds arc to
go to the monument fund of the
War Mothers for the proposed
soldiers' monument on the Mar
ion county-court house grounds'.
Monthly Meeting Slated
The Six o'Clock club, composed
i of, members of the throe Salem
15-Day Sale Now On
on the War Path
We must raise casein the
next few days and in order
to do so we offer reductions
of 50 on some items.
Suit Cases and Bags
$1.95 to $17.95
Reg. $40 value $29J0
Reg. $20 value $13.95
Men's furnishings, cloth
i:ig and shoes greatly re
duced. BUY NOW AND SAVE
P. Stcinbock, Prop.
312 N. Com mercial: Street.
W, J. PATTERSON, M. D. V.
K of long time
'! vkv experience
average o t
Olfice and HonoltU
Johmon nd Second BtiMt,
7 f-Aljfelf '-
AN EFFECTIVE COLD REMEDY
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Taken at the right Ume may save you suffering from the many i
disconrforts that a cold may easily bring about
Schaefer's Cough Syrup
Is a sure remedy that can check the causes of some-of the
diseases that are the most difficult to-cure.
Schaefers Drug Store
135 N. Commercial
Our season is, drawing nearer
to a close. We have some fine
Italian Prune trees and Mazzard
Cherry Seedlings left at prices' that
would amaze you.
MATHIS NURSERY CO.
Bales Yard and Office opposite the
0. B. Depot at Cherry City Hotel.
Office Thone 1758. lies. 18F4.
' Would trade fruit trees tor
WHAT HAVE TOUT
Second Week of
'Ui 7:30 Each Evening at f
THE FIRST I . .
Rev. C. L Trawin, D. D.
Mr. and Mr. F. G. Tehpvr
-Solos ChriiifGh6ir I
Lots of. Music
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