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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1924
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Young People Celebrate
.The .young. people of' the Cen
tral Congregational ( church met
last night at a regular party of the
Christian Endeavor. Games and
stunts lor a Hallowe'en party
were played. Gordon Barker Is
president of the society and 'Rob
ert Ash by chairman. - Miss Mabel
Van Patten had charge of the re
freshments. 1 "
Osteopathy, the Original
. And genuine spinal adjustment.
Skillful and painless corrective
treatment' that gets results. Dr.
Marshall, 228 Oregon Bldg. o23
. Hpn.-Tw B. Kajv republican can
didate for state 4: treasurer, will
speak at ' Stayton next Monday
night. -The-public is cordially in
vited to attend... Also there will
be a republican meeting held at
Victor Point on Friday, evening,
to which all republicans are also
invited. . , ' ' -.
Stages Reduce Fares .
; Reduced ;30-ridef commutation
fares for the price! of 22 one-way
tickets of a tariff by the Parker
Stage lines has been authorized
by the public service commission.
The commutation fares" apply be
tween, Salem, . Silverton, Wood
burn, Independence, Dallas," Falls
City, McMinnville, Monmouth, Cor
vallis; and .intermediate "points
served! by" the Parker lines. ' V
The Valley H11-4;t;:v
J.. After extlve Alterations will
be open TharsdattitroJng, the
?J4th; for" bfcikfat;;:;!' o2C
Kx trad it Ion Honorf-' s - j
An extradition for the return of
T. II. Bishop, alias 7. H. West, to
SpokaneJ, was signed yesterday by
Governor. Pierce, j West is under
arrest" in Portland! and i3 wanted
in Washington foi a forgery com
mitted in May. V ?
Brick, ice cream now 60 cents.
The Spa, I i ol6tf
Contest Xears End
Attention is called in a letter
to each member of the congrega
tion of the First Presbyterian
church that the ! letter contest,
"Why We Need a New Church,"
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l'; Phoii0 5ii:
Best Quality -Best
HILLM AX FTJEIi
See our Page Ad in
- Phone Directory
!. Dr. B. H. White
1 Osteopathy: - Surgery
Electronic Diagnosis and Treat
ment (Dr. Abram'a 1 method).
Offioe Phone 85 or 469-J
50G U. 3. Bank Bldg.
and now that we ara located In
i J our new quarters at -
143 S. LIBERTY ST, I
ire are in a position to give 70a
till better service on your
transfer and hauling work.
We Still Handle Fuel
and have several carloads of
coal due in a lew days. Better
get your order, in early
:;.;;-. '. !". Phone 030 - i
Larmer Transfer &
" Storage Co. ;
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LADD & BUSH
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EsUblishedl 1863 j
General Banking Business
Office Hoars from
will end November 1. First prize
Is. 0 with j 1 5 for second prize.
Judges for the contest are S. E.
Purvine, W.?W. Moore, Paul Wal
lace.) William McGilchrist, Jr., and
J. H. Albert. The letters are to
he signed by the writer and sent
to Mrs. R. M. Hester, care of the
We have two good buys close
in at. $3500 and $4700 and $500
lote, I garage
either. Both large
and paving. Becke
& Hendricks, U. S. Bk. Bldg. o22tf
Advertising Game ,
Freshmen! of Willamette uni
versity are advertising the Home
coming game by walking the
streets with big printed cards
tied to the front and back of their
coats. ! The Homecoming event is
to be played Saturday afternoon
with the College of Puget Sound.
Just i before Jthis game the first
unit of Willamette's new stadium
is to be dedicated and used for
the ; first time. It is located on
the north side of the athletic field
and just "south of Eaton and Wal
ler halls and is about 250 feet in
Suits Pressed, rOc
Cleaned and - pressed.
Renners phone 7C7. We deliver.
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Governor Pierce Speak
Governor Pierce was in Portland
last night as' the principal speaker
at a banquet given by the business
men's association at the Portland
hotel. Governor Pierce ami Will
Moore, ;staie: fire marshal and in
surance -commissioner, returned
from Bend Wednesday morning
where they were present for the
presentation 'of a flag won by the
Bend school 'children, in a contest
for I fire prevention, staged by a
national underwriters', - associa
tion.! Sunday night Governor
Pierce spoke at a WCTU meeting.
Women Republicans Meet
The Women's Republican Study
club ; will meet at the Woman's
club building Monday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock. The speaker of the
day will be: George W. Caldwell
of Portland.' The publje is urged
to attend, as this will be an open
meeting and this speaker is com
ing for the express purpose of ad
dressing the meeting. This will
be the last) meeting of the club
before election and the subject
will 1 be national issues. All re-
nublican women and "men are in
vited to attend and -make this a
rousing closing for the campaign.
Legionnaires on Trip
A : delegation "of 20 members 01
Capital post No. 9 motored to
Forest Grove last night to be pres
ent for the unveiling of an impres-
it, SERVICE -i
Cars for hire without drivers
Day and Night Service
Skating j Skating, Skating
5 i r At Dreamland - '
Thursday:, Friday, Saturday
I j 7:30 to 10 p. m.
Music by Kings of Harmony
Dancing Dancing Dancing
Salem; Xew Auditorium -Wednesday
Music by Kings of Harmony
! : Miss Beatrice Shelton
Teacher of Piano
High school; credits! granted.
Studio, 345 Marion. Phone
1299; Derby Building, S65,
A T T- MAKES
f 5 Down
O. K. X.ckvoo4
S47 N. Com. 8U
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j Open Evenings
S91 NORTH COM3IERCIAJj
Tailored Suits $23 to $45
Men's 1 and Voong Men's
D. H. MOSHER
f. ! TAILOR ,
10 a, m, te ? p.
sivel bronze tablet at the Ameri
can iegion building, which was
dedicated to the American legion
and the teaching of history and
patriotism. A banquet was served
at 7; 3:0 o'clock. A band and drum
corps j provided music, with short
talks ; given at the table. . Auto
mobiles taking, the party to Forest
Grovej last night were driven by
George Griffith, state commander
of the American legion; General
George A. White and Clifford
"Todd, the .Motnnnan" ;
' Washing machines and vacuum
cleaners repaired. Phone 2112.
Bartholomew l.iikj's Salem-
. Mr.jand Mrs. Phil Bartholomew
have moved to Salem and are re
siding at their new home on Cen
ter, ! near. Sixteenth street. Mr.
Bartholomew is a former student
of Willamette university and de
cided to make his home in Salem
after residing in several ; of the
Willamette valley towns. He 13
connected with the American Fi
delity! Investment company here.
A sister, Polly Bartholomew, is
a junior at Willamette university.
Sonio Automobile Dealer
You can quit paying rent tomor
row) by taking over a fine build
ing, right where you want it. Fair
price bound to increase in value
and 5000 handles. Suitable any
ordinary retail business. Becke
& Hendricks, U. S. Bk. Bldg. o22tf
Labels Are Printed 1 :t
Labels are being printed in Sa
lem; by the Rowland Printery for
frui tins .which 'are destined for
shipment to wholesale firms in
Kansas. The Hunt Brothers can
nery is handling the contract,
whiqh calls for loganberries, black
berries, gooseberries, , raspberries,
prunes and other fruits.
Marcc-1 and Curl Iist Ixnger
After a Golden Glint shampoo.
Davenport Fined $10
Paul Davenport, who was ar
rested on the charge of hauling
people without a proper for-hire
license and fined $10 yesterday by
Justice of the Peace Kuntz. '
Kotarians Dine i 1
Thomas U. Kay, president of the
Salem Rotary club, was the princi
pal; speaker at the weekly lunch
eon5 Wednesday. On account of
the YMCA building fund drive a
program was not provided. Mr.
Kay explained several features, of
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GILLIN'GHAM Mrs. Eugenia Gil-
lingham ; died Tuesday nignt,
October 21, at her residence,
J234 Court street. She is sur
vived by one daughter, Mrs. S;
E. King of Walla Walla, a son.
Edward N. Gillingham of Sa
lem, 12 grandchildren and two
sisters, Mrs. May Moore ; and
Miss Florence Warrjner of
Portland and 12 grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
from the Rigdon mortuary on
.Thursday at 2 p. m. with Rev.
. ! J. Evans officiating. Inter
ment in IOOF cemetery.
HUSTOX At the residence, i 430
North Summer street, ' Oct. 22,
1924, Margaret Elizabeth Hus
ton, 7, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Huston, and sister of Mary,
Edward, Ernest, Leo, Isabelle,
Glen and Robert Huston, all bf
Salem. Private funeral services
will be held from the Rigdon
mortuary, the exact date and
time to be announced later!
LOXGMIRE At a local hospital
October 21, 1924; Flora Long
mire, age 57 years, survived by
her husband, t George, and one
ioti, Wallace, of Walla Walla,
Wash., one- daughter Evelyn,
at home, route 8; one sister at
Marshfield, and one grandson.
Funeral, services will be held
Friday at 10:30 a. m. from the
-Terwilliger funeral home with
Rev. G. X.. Lovell officiating.
PURDIN rAt her late home, 770
Korth Commercial street, Mary
.ulu, wife of Robert L. Purdin,
age 49 years. Besides her hus
band she is survived by five
Children, Mrs. Leston Downes,
Mrs. Lester Mooney of Cottage
Grove, Harvey, Eileen and Mary
at home. Her mother, tvro sfs
ters and Bir brothers who re
side in Washington. She was a
member of Neighbors of Wood
craft of Ellensberg, Wash. Fun
eral services will be held Fri
day at 2:30 p. m. from the Ter
williger funeral : home. Com
mittal services" will be at Lee
SMITH rAt his late home, Oct.
;22, 1924, Abner H; Smith, a
pioneer of Salem, age 79 years.
Survived by his wife, May X.
. Smith, one sister Mrs. Elizabeth
fRoyce, and a son,-Taylor Smith
Jof Portland. Funeral services
jwill: be from the Terwilliger
ifuneral home Thursday at 3 p.
m.. Key. Airs, casweu oiticiat
lng. Committal services at Lee
RIGDON & SON'S
the compulsory compensation Aft,
which is to Come before, the peo
ple at the next election.- Kays
principal -pofht; was thatjhe bill
would proved detrimental to both
th employe and the employer.
One emphatic statement concerned
the validity bf' the act, if it was
placed before the: United States
courts. ' I
Select Christinas iV84119 Now
Small payments ; make it easy.
Love, the Jeweler, SalAn. o-lOtf
Lions at Indppenlnce
A delegation from the Salem
den of Lions! is to "visit Independ
ence October 29, when Charter day
will be observed. A club was re
cently organized there among the
business men. f Delegations from
Portland, Eugene, Cottage Grove,
Springfield, Silyertbn and Lebanon
are to be present,'; as well as the
greater portion jof the local club.
Beautiful O-ttoom Home
For rent, with heat and electric
range furnished, 12(11 Court. o23
Zellor to Visit
star, is to lie Jon the Willamette
campus durihgf Homecoming day,
is the word Received yesterday.
VFat" ZellerlWas bne of Willam
ette's most I Aggressive football
players, and Uliiring the past year
taught and coached at the Mon
mouth high ficjooi; and is now at
Mill Plains high school, in Wash-,
ington. Ill -
Salom IJ0119 to: Attend
The den bf I the Salem Lions'
club is to attend ! the "Father's
day" services at ! tho ' Unitarian
church where Rev. Martin Fere
shetian. a Lion, is to give the
service on Sunday, October 2C. A
Chicago member of the Lion club
originated th'e day, and he is also
responsible for tile founding of
"Mother's Day.T' which Is observed
throughout thej United States. 1
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Efyptlan Hriina for Tinting Llair
i 50c. Perr3?'sDrtig Store. ol2tt
Realtors Mec.t Tolay ,
For the first time in two weeks
the Marien-Poik (County Realty
association wil met for Its noon
day luncheon at the Marion hotel
today. A feature of the meeting
will be the "appearance of Herby
Smith McCofrap, ah author, whose
works have been widely read. Mr.
McCowan will; read some of his
favorites. In order that all who
desire might be given an oppor
tunity ' to hear the visitor, the
realtors are ilnVitihg the public to
attend the liinchefln "dutch treat."
Mr. McCowan has appeared before
realty boards throughout the coun
try. T. W. Zimmerman will speak
on the farm bureau exchange. :
We -ha-ve authority to sell a
Summer street lot for $50 Uess
than any - other lot pa. Su miner
street from E.f street on in. Tem
porary price $1100 and you have
8 months tci pay.! Full size, pav
ing and wdlK paid, perfect title
etc. Becke & Hendricks, U. S.
Bk. Bldg. I f J o22tf
Police on tne Alert-1
Riding a bicycle without a
light resulted in five persons be
jng cited to appear in court to
iiay. They are Kenneth Stanfield,
j)45 North Fifth-, Pat Cleary, 1420
Chemeketa;;Ed Strand, 556 Union,
"red Hensdn, 1050 Market, and
Fred Pelusj of 1$15 North Thir
teenth. Speeding was the charge
preferred afealnsti E. Grout, 1525
Woodrow avenue He was arrest
ed by Officer Wiles at Commercial
and Owensand fined $10 by Pot
lice Judge Poulsen. Mrs. Walter
M., Klein ofc the Court apartments
was fined $5 or. the same charge.
She, too, was. arrested by Officer
Wiles. N. tBaninger of Portland
was caught at Hoyt and High for
speeding ahdj appeared In ourt
where die .was tined $10. i The
charge of cutting a corner against
JS.B. Cooleylwas dismissed yes
terdajr. F. young forfeited $10
when he did not appear to answer
the charged of speeding. , Bail of
$5 each wis I forfeited by C. W.
Andrews add Charles Sligar. They
Apply Suiphuf as Told AVlien Your
' Skin Breaks Ont m ;
Any breaking out of the skin on
face, neck, arms 1 or 'body is over
come quickly by applying Mentho
Sulphur. The pimples seem to dry
right up and: go away, declares a
noted skin specialist.
Nothing lias ever been found to
take the place of sulphur as a pim
ple remover. I It is harmless and
inexpensive! i Just ask any drug
gist t for a small jar of Rowles
Mentho-Sulphur and use it like
cold cream. Adv.
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Sulphite,1 and Manila Wrappings; also Batchers Wrap
pings, Adding Machine Paper, Greaseproof, Glassine,
Drug liond, Tissue Screenings and Specialtle&,
were . jcharged with- - speeding.
Switched license plates was the
charge placed against Kenneth
Randall, Vo 4 6 Union, i His car was
held-: ai the police station and
later the proper plates were se
(uured and placed on the car. ;
McMalian in Albany
Coiirt will not open until 10
o'ejock tomorrow morning. Judge
McMahan being In Albany today.
f I Claude Kanabe, who made him
self famous in Salem when he tem
porarily took up his abode in a
refrigerator car,1, left last night for
parts unknown. Until yesterday
he' stayed at a local hospital, hay
ing blood poisoning due to an in
fection of the hand.;
Penney Official Returns fi
D. B. Jarman, manager of the
J. C. Penney company store here,
returned from Portland yesterday
where he attended a 10 day meet
ing and buying conference. All
store managers of Oregon, some
from parts of Washington, Califor
nia and 1 Idaho were present and
made purchases for their stores
for supplies to the" end of the 1925
midyear. j - 1 J?.
School to Kntertain
Employes of the I Moore Music
house are to give a musical enter
tainment Friday night at the. Mid
dle . Grove school house, wheie
Lloyd Miller ' is principal and
teacher. ; The program, according
to Miller, Is to stimulate interest
in the s,chool orchestra which has
just been organized.
Savage "Ieavcs Hospital
W. W. Savage, who was injured
in an automobile accident on the
Pacific highway six miles north of
here Sunday, Oct. 11, was able to
leave for i Portland Wednesday
morning. ' Mrs. Savage, Who suf
fered a fractured pelvis, will be
forced to remain at the hospital
for. some time. The accident oc
curred when the driver of another
automobile tried ' to pass a stage
before first making sure jthat the
road was clear. The Savage car
was traveling in an opposite di
rection and collided head-on with
this-car. .- j' j - v
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Willard Day to bo Observed '
Frances E. Willard day will be
observed in Salem schools Friday
with a program of an appropriate
nature, .according; to announce
ment made through the ofifice 01
the city school j superintendent.
The programs to! be given in the
local school will follow closely
that sent out by the state depart
ment of education. ;
Mrs. Peter Zielinski, who lives
north of Salem ion the Pacific
IhlKhway was brought to the Sa
Iem hospital Tuesday night suffer
ing from a. Jagged cut in her
wrist, which, caused the loss of a
considerable amount of blood.
The injury was'jreceived when a
lamp chimney broke and a piece
of the glass, penetrated the flesh
of the wrist. , : ' -
Stover Is Persistent-
Fred Stover,s who was badly
mangled Tuesday afternoon wh.n
the team 'which he was using in
delivering a load of wood for the
Spaulding Logging company be
came frightened and, ran away,
throwing him under the wheels
AppIya.vr,ihroat and chest
swallow Email pieces of
Olr 17 Million Jmr. UcJ YvHy
fohng people must be
trained in some special
line if. they are to succeed.
Our school is. prepared to
give them this training in
the shortest time possible
consistent witl thorough
work. Af ter they finish
with us they will-be quali
fied for success. Day and
Sight school.,- f Call and
aee us. 4
1 , aIS
and dragging him a short distance.
is persistent. With his foot and
knee badly crushed, a compound
fracture above , the ankle, and .the
fleshy part of his leg badly man
gled, there is no hope held by the
doctors to save the leg. 1 Mr. Stov
er, however, is insistent in his re
fusal; to allow the doctors to am
putate the leg.1 He is 51 years of
age and lives at 2290 South Com
mercial. ; ;
"Lewie" Skirvin puts out a
classy shoe shine at the Terminal.
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I?r.ildin( Ilroitl Grows j
Another building permit was is
sued by City Recorder Mark Poul
sen yesterday to L.. E. Swehwold
for the construction of a dwelling
at 910 Thompson avenue, to cost
an estimate of $2600. I j
Twelve Workers Kmploycd
The YMCA employment bureau
cooperating with the United States
government, sent 12 workers to
different employments: yesterday.
Four farmers, four laborers, one
cook, one salesman, one apple
picker, and one kitchen helper
were given work. They went to
diarerent parts of the Willamette
yalley. According to Sim Phillips
two additional apple : pickers are
needed. '! i
iMoneer Work Progresses J
The organization of the Shelton
club last night at the. First Chris
tian church makes the seventh
Pioneer club which has been or
ganized in Salem this year by
Loyal Warner,- director of ; club
work of the Salera YMCA. The
Shelton club is under;" the direc
tion ' of L. L.; Robinson and in
cludes 15 .boys; During last year
this club made an enviable record
by capturing the Pioneer Round
up. At the Presbyterian church
(here is to be organized two Pio
neer clubs and one Comrade club,
which marks the half way mark bf
flub work Jn Salem. ;These clubs
ivill be organized Tuesday.
Margaret Huston Dies
Little Margaret Elizabeth Hus
ton,", died early this morning
from scarlet fever, the first fatal
ity to result here recently. She
Was the daughter a. Mr. and Mrs.
John Huston, 430 North Summer,
"and the sister of Mary, Edward,
Earnest, Leo, Isabelle, Glen and
Robert Huston. Glen Huston Us
also suffering from the same di
sease. The remains are at the
Rigdon mortuary. Announcement
of the. funeral services, which will
be for. the members of the family
only, will be announced later.
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Lewie . Skirvin puts outi a
classy shoe shine at the Terminal
THE -woixufs greatest:
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No Kitchen Complete Without It
BALES 2a TXMZS TBOSXE O? ANT OTIIEIl DItAND
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The Sedan Type Funeral Gar
is the most modern and improved
model available. It attracts no un
welcome attention, and fits into the
funeral cortege quietly and appro
priately. I " "
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Striving always to keep ouv( serv
ice up to the very highest standard,
we have added a funeral car of this
type to our equipment. i
"Superior HUnerdl Service"
Jacob Xiodiof Here
Jacob 'Nlckol,. a graduate' of
Willamette . university with the
class of 1922, who has been teach
ing at Airlfe high school,' ' and
more recent of the University of
Oregon faculty, is a visitor on the
Willamette campus. He is here to
attend the Homecoming, . Friday
and Saturday of this week.
Two Patients ,RecovTing
Miss- Virginia Docia of 468
North Winter street,- is improving
neely from a mnor operation per
formed at the Deaconess hospital.
Airs. Mary Dake is also' recovering
from a ma jor operation, which she
recently underwent at the 'hospital.
Mrs. Bolx'll Rocovc
-Mrs. Anna Bobell, af 1631 Mc
Coy, is recovering from a major
operation recently' performed at
the Deaconess hospital. .
Birth Is Reported ' i
The birth of a baby boy to Mr.
and Mrs: C. E. Bott, 1412 Lee,
was reported at i the Deaconess
hospital yesterday Also the birth
of . a son to Mr. and .Mrs. T. E.
Wilson bf Otis Ferry.: ;
Rev Martin Fereshetian has
been released from quarantine
during the illness bf his little
daughter. f; ., 1 :
William II. Trindle was aiPort-.
land visitor Wednesday.
Eric Butler, manager of the Sa
lem branch of th3 Western Union
felegraph company, visited inEu
gene Tuesday. - I ' j ;
215 CENTER' STREET
Eyesight Specialist -
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In purchasing glasses meas
ure your economy by the serv
The best of lenses are prac
tically useless unless your ail
ment has been diagnosed and
glasses prescribed according to
your need. . .
I fit glasses correctly
My prices are very reason
able for the service -ead mate
rials received. y
One-third of a century of
practical experience is at your
service. I guarantee -satisfaction
in every respect.
I do not belong to any com
bine which can dictate prices to
Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn
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5 SALEM ARMORY ,
Thursday, October - 23.
' Music By . '
Taking the "Pi: ' ;
out of "Pufft ,
, Insteps f s
This pattern does it, lor l'. Zl2
comfortably at the throat; ml '-nt
at which the average pump x.lli
the flesh into a "puff" at the iaftcp. i.
The straps are crossed, leavi so
large openings through whlcb. tie
flesh can protrude.-' i' ' j
Buik-in Arch Supporting Shr-'t
ir4- ;Johh J, Rottle
State nd Liberty Sir.'
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