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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1924
Bark From Stock Show j
Walter F. Downing of 1983
Nebas returned from the live-
'Uhow in Portland, bringing
Jome fine shrubbery from the
J. VJlPilkfagton nursery at Dur
ham. This will be used to beauti
fy the grounds around his two
new houses at 1975 and 1965
State. ' - V , ;." ... ; i -
Chicken Here's Your Coupe
1922 Ford coupe .". .". . . .$350
1922 Ford coupe....... 1325
Used Car Corner, Com'l. and
Perry. ' ; ' , v n9
Steiner on Trip ' -
Dr. R, E. Lee Steiner, superin
tendent of the state hospital, will
leave for the Philippines next Sat
urday in charge of three natures
who are being returned to their
borne country. The party -will sail
from Seattle. Before returning tp
Salem Dr. ; Steiner will I stop at
Honolulu and look over the insane
hospital there. He expects to re
turn early in January. , ;. "
J. A. Benjamin
Local Attorney, has moved bis
office to 309 Oregon Building.
Ads Bring Results .
Inquiries in nearly almost every
mail are being received by the
Chamber of' Commerce as a re
sult of the first publication of
advertisements in -middle western
farm journals. I The advertising
; will be continued at intervals un
til February. Most of the Inquiries
are from Wisconsin, Iowa, Ohio
and Indiana. . .." f f '
A Place ;To Entertain
If yon wish to entertain and
have no! home' large enough or
; suitable for the occasion here la
a happy solution. Nice Suburban
home with large room and good
floor can be secured for. evening
at reasonable figure. Located' on
paved highway near Salem. If
Interested, address . Suburban
Home, care Statesman. n9
Tiave Entry Notices
With the annual Marion county
corn show and industrial exhibi
tion coming the latter part of the
month many farmers are sending
Waterproof Leather Coats
j Slade to Order
yIof Very Best Materials
. PETER ZERR j
wN? 2 M jcti
I - 1IJ, MAXEH
O. H. Xcwod
S4T N. Com. 8w
Cars, for hire without drivers
1 PHONE 2020 I
Day and Night Service) .
I Phone 511
I Dr. B. II. White '
Osteopathy - Surgery .
Electronic Diagnosis and Treat
ment I (Dr. Abram'a method).
Office Phone S59 or 469-J
SOS U. a Bank Bldg.
1 1 1
LADD: & BUSH
. ;ih: X: -ikxlzi 1ECJ :j ') X1 '
General Panlnng Bincs
Otllz Ilcura frcn 10 a,n,l)?p.d,
XaiEsr Trcnsfsr : Storage
in notice that, they will bare a
display and entry at the fair. Last
year, there were 157 entries and
present indications are that this
number will 1 be ? increased this
year; : -. ' . , , r
Preseott Spltzenbnrg Apples
And cider on sale across alley
from Starr cannery, on Mill street.
Growers price. n9
Some Young Couple
Between 17 and 70. If you
want your Apt. all by yourselves
this may suit. Three rooms and
sleeping porch, in trim double con
struction bungalow with every
thing you want and brand new.
Furnace with coils, fireplace, full
cement basement, hardwood floor.
This with paving and walks, well
located, for, $4250 and any reas
onable terms J to responsible peo
ple. Brand new and ready to oc
cupy. Becke & Hendricks, U. S.
Bank Bldg. s 9tf
Boy Rides Bike
Fred Stone, a Portland youth
about 16 years of age, passed
through Salem yesterday morning
on a bicycle bound for California.
The stiff wind that was blowing
made riding very difficult, he said,
and he was not sure how far he
would get today. : The ride from
Portland, a-distance of about 50
miles, was made in about five
hours by the youth.
Chicken Here's Your Coupe
1922 Ford coupe .......$350
' 1922 Ford coupe. ...... .$325
Used . Car Corner, Com'l. and
Ferry. j n9
Contagions Diseases ;
During the week ending No
vember 8 the city health officer
received reports of six diphtheria
cases, of which one was fatal ;
three chicken-pox cases and 6ne
scarlet "fever. In the chicken-pox
cases one report was filed in
which several members of 'the
family were- .stricken." '
See Renner's Ad ' '
On the first page of part two of
today's paper. . . . n9
SUff : Winds Reported ; t
, ; Mr.' and Mrs. Earl . Anderson,
who motored to Neskovin" with
their daughter, Mrs. Stanley Xain-
son, report unusually stormy
weather on the "coast ; Thursday,
and Friday. They arrived there
last Thursday evening and during
the night a stiff gale arose which
caused them, to beat
a hasty re-
iJftMfsb" hotel for safety.
Skating, Skating, Skating
1 At Dreamland ;
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
7:30 to 10 p. m.
Music by Kings of Harmony
- - - - a - r. . - 4
Dancing Dancing Dancing
( . Salem New Auditorium
' Wednesday: and Saturday
Extra Dance Friday, Hallowe'en
C91 NORTH OOMMESCXAIi
TaBored Suits f2S to $45
lien's and Young Men's
from the large furnace to
the smallest nut size. Tell
.'as for what purpose the coal
i Is required and well point
; out the proper size to use.
; But . although we , carry all
; sizes we handle only one
j Quality, the .very best coal
': from the very best mines.
Our coal service is yours to
command, i j
Prices range from $10 to $19
Also handle th best
. Diamond Briquettes $15
were dashed from the seashore np
and around the small building.
They returned to Salem the fol
Treatment and advice, which, if
followed, will positively produce a
better state of health. Consulta
tion and examination is free. Dr.
Gof frier. 226 Oregon Bldg. Hrs.
10-12, 2-6. Phone 551.
To Meet at YWCA
A meeting of the -boys work
committee is scheduled to be held
Monday noon at the YWCAi The
following will be present: Dr. F.
E. Brown, chairman; Rev. W. W.
Long, O. J. Hull, Harry Scott,
Harry White, Guy L. Rathbun. R.
U. Moore, Ed Schunke and Ross
Miles. . , s " ' -i
Special Ford Coupeb
1922 Ford coupe . .$350
1922 Ford coupe. ..$325
Used Car Corner, Com'l. and
Ferry. ' n9
New Y Members
The Cadets of the Salem .YMCA
met yesterday for the second of
their regular meetings. Gymnas
ium work and swimming contests
were undertaken by the 16 boys
present. In addition, three new
members were enrolled In the boys
department. They were Lloyd
Reilly, Ellsworth Fletcher and Ed
The Best Fuel
For the price Is 1 6-inch mill
block; three LARGE loads for 15
Fred E. Wells, phone 1542. n9.
Select Christmas Presenta No
Small payments make it easy.
Love, the Jeweler, Salem. olO-tf
Cherrians Win Trophy
A silver loving cup is on dis
play at the local Chamber of Com
merce which was won by the Cher
rians last June. On the trophy
is engraved the following: "First
Prize, Beat Drilled Marching Body,
Portland Rose Festival, 1924."
Vacant Blouse s
- Close in. Modern. See at 1154
Oak street. You can rent, lease
or buy reasonable. Becke &
Hendricks, U.S. Bank Bldg. n9tf
Corn Show Coming-
Many of the exhibitors at the
1923 Marion county corn and in
dustrial show have asked for the
same space which they used last
year in order that they may again
enter the bir corn show and in-
caliy every . .community that has
reserved space in the community
exhibit has arranged for the decor
ation and . preparation of the
booths already. From every indi
cation the 192 4 corn show and
industrial exhibit is to be the big
gest one ever held here.
All Kinds of Electric Moto
Repaired. Phone 2112.
Police Collect Fines
K. Kent contributed $5 to the
local police court yesterday: lor
speeding while Earl McNutt and
O. T. Whitman were taken to the
police court by Officer Hickman
for speeding. They were cited to
appear before Judge Marten Poul
sen Monday at 2 o'clock. John
Cole was cited to appear at the
same time for driving his car with
an open cutuot.
10 uen s i Die ciass. r irBi.
Methodist Episcopal church, cor
ner State and Church streets. 9:45
a, m., Sundays. . ' n9
Dr. Findley Returns
Dr. M. C. Findley returned to
Salem yesterday from a trip to
New York and way. points. In
the east Dr. Findley attended sev
eral meetings and in New York
City a clinic and conference of
See the Gray Belle menu on the
society page. ; n9
Citizenship Class Starts
The first meeting of the citizen
ship class was held at the YMCA
last night at which applicants for
United States citizenship were in-
. ; DIED ;
TURNBOW Bessie Pearl Turn
bow died at a local hospital
Nov. 8, 1924, at the age of 19.
She Is survived by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Turnbow,
and two sisters al of La Grande,
Ore. Her remains will go for
ward today to La Grande, Ore.,
where services will be held and
remains Interred. ' Arrange
ments in charge of Webb Fun
eral parlors. -
The funeral of Horace G. Car
penter who died Nov. 6, 1924, will
be held at the Webb Funeral par
lors Monday, Nov. 10, at 10:30
a.' m. Interment will be in the
Lee Mission; cemetery. t
IUGDON a SON'S
structed in the various branches
of government and other informa
tion needed to pass the .examina
tion held each term of court. The
classes vary In membership and
have at times about. 10 to 15 mem
Osteopathy the Original
And genuine spinal adjustment,
skillful and painless curative
treatments that get results. Dr.
Marshall, 228 Oregon Building.n9
Special Ford Coup
1922 Ford coupe $350
1922 Ford coupe. . .1 ..... $325
Used Car Corner, Com'l. and
Of the Salem Business Men's
league request all places of busi
ness to remain closed for the en
tire day, Tuesday next, Armistice
Learn to Play
Popular music in 12
Waterman Piano school.
Former Resident Passes . A way-
Mrs. Alice Snover of Oregon
City died Friday morning, Novem
ber 7. Funeral will be held Mon
day, November 10 at Oregon City
2 p. m. She formerly lived in
Salem and was a member ot tne
W. R. C.
Full Coverage for Autos,
We also insure Transfer-
Truck. You will be surprised at
the reasonable rates. Also ask
about our FIVE DOLLAR PER
SONAL ACCIDENT policy. Stan
ley Foley. Agts., "Auto Ins
Service Station." n9
II. J. Darby has been placed in
charge of the blanket room of the
C P. Bishop store here after
spending several months in the
Pendleton Woolen Mills at Wash-
ougal. Darby worked .in every
department of the two . mills in
order to learn about the processes
necessary for the production of a
blanket. He was thus qualified to
be an authority on the different
woolen goods manufactured by the
Bishop Interests, i The local store
has, it is said by experts, one of
the best equipped blanket rooms
in the northwest, outside of Port
$5.00 and up. We have houses
and business properties that are
leased to net you 7 to 9 per, cent.
Many are bound to 1 Increase in
value. Real Estate don't go broke
Investigate. Becke & Hendricks,
U. S. Bank Bldg, n9tf
New Klnmbal Student
Theology-comes from' Doningham
Alabama in the person of Dr.
Thomas Henry Lee, member of
the African Methodist -Episcopal
church. Dr Lee is a graduate of
the Methodist . department ' of
Western Tennessee university of
the class of 1920. During the
four years he has been practicing
among his own people. . He now
comes to Kimball to take the full
Theological course. -' ?
Use Our Distributive-
Payment plan if you ' cannot
spare the cash. Pomeroy & Keene,
Jewelers and Opticians. n9
Distinguished Men Here-
It will be of great interest to
those interested in religious edu
cation to know that Dr. . Thomas
S. Young, National' Week Day
Church school representative. Dr.
Van Nuys,' and Dr. Milllken, for
mer pastor of the Baptist church
CURED HIS RUPTURE
I wt badly ruptured while liftinr a
tmnk sereral year aso.. Doctors said my
only hope of cure was an operation,
Troises did me no rood. Finally I got
bold of something that quickly and com
pletely cured me. Years haTe passed and
the rupture has never returned, although
I ads . doing- hard work as a carpenter.
There was no operstion. no lost time, no
trouble. I haTe nothing to sell, but will
fire full information about how you may
ind a complete cure without operation,
if yon write to me. Eugene M. Pullen,
Carpenter, 228-Ij Msreellus Avenue, Man
asqusn, S, 3. Better' rut out this notice
and show it to any others who are rup
tured you may tare a life or at least
stop the misery of rupture and the worry
and danger of aa operation. Adv.
Means Colds and
mean doctor bills and serious
consequences, unless they are
will absolutely cure the most
stubborn cold if taken 'in time.
The Penslar Store
1S3 X. Commercial Phone 107
here, are in the city in the in
terest of Sunday-school and week
day religious education. They
will speak at the First Evangeli
cal church, at 3 p. m. on Sunday
afternoon. It is hoped that both
Sunday school teachers, teachers
of the city schools, and these in
terested in the subject of religion
education will find it convenient
to be present. On Monday mor
ning at 9:30 they will address the
Ministerial association at its reg
ular session. This no doubt will
assure a full attendance of all the
ministers of the city at the session
on Sunday morning.
Geo. C. Will announces that he
has made arrangements with Linn
C. Sherman, saxaphone teacher ot
Portland, 'to teach saxaphone and
other orchestras instruments here
in Salem; Mr. Sherman is now
a member; of Hobbs orchestra
playing sax doubling clarinet,
also leader ot Bush Lake saxa
phone band. He now has the
largest saxaphone class in Port
land. Mr. Sherman will be at my
store next Monday, Nov. 10, from
10 a. m. to 4 p. m; would be
pleased. t meet those interested
then or get in touch with him
during the week. Mr. Sherman
will organize saxaphone -band,
Quartettes and sextettes while
here. , n9.
The . plaintiffs demurrer, filed
to the answer of the defendant in
the case of the state ex rel Walter
Birtchet vs. Frank Minto, has
been overruled by Judge Kelly.
and it is believed that the case will
probably die without further ac
tion. The purpose of the suit was
to test Minto's1 authority to oc
cupy the office of city chief of
Downing Files Report
Judge Downing, who ran for
the office of county judge on the
democratic ticket , in the recent
election, yesterday; filed his report
of campaign ' expenses with the
county clerk. The sums report
ed reached a total of $65.50.
A marriage license was issued
yesterday to Paul M. Hand and
Maude Amy Stenstrom, both of
Salem. " '
By order of County Judge
Downing, filed yesterday with the
county clerk, Frank D. BHgh was
appointed administrator of the
estate of T. G. Bligh. The value
of the estate is estimated at
$200,400, of which $188,800 is in
real property. The annual income
Is 118,260. . r
Salem, and vicinity will meet ni
the Public Library, Tuesday even
ing at 7:30. Tnie is one of a
series of meetings held for the
purpose i of discussing ' Sunday
school problems. There will prob
ably) be three more meetings be
fore the holidays. Mrs. J. L.
Brady will give a character study
of Genesis at the Tuesday evening
meeting. ; . .
Street! Decorations -
Practically all the work on the
Veterans of Foreign Wars plan of
street decoration has been done by
local workers and the holes in the
sidewalks' In front of business
places will he used Armistice Day
, A FILE FOR EVERY
"If It's' for the Off ice
v 'We Have It"
Bread makes better lunches for school children
- . because : - ' ;
Glenn Gregg Earl Greg3
... ' - 1007 CIIEMEKETA
Tkzy Fit Your
; FaceiToQ r
' ' It is just as essential to have
he glasses fit your eyes as
your face. Dr. Mendelsohn
TITS GLASSES CORRECTLY.
In purchasing glasses meas
ire your economy by the serv
The material in glasses Is
worth only so much per ounce.
Sxpert skill and knowledge em
ployed are what make value.
The best of lenses are prac
tically useless unless your ail
ment has been diagnosed 'and
(lasses prescribed according to
I fit glasses correctly.
My prices are very reason
able for the services and mate
One-third of a century of
practical -experience is at. your
service. I guarantee satisfac
tion in every respect.
1 do not belong to any com
bine which can dictate prices
Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn
210 Lnlted States Bank Bldg.
' Eyesight Specialist
to hold flag staffs. The flags
have 'been, secured at cost and sold
to the local merchants at a price
that covered the installation of the
pipe and other labor necessary for
the placing, of the iiaga on the
Mrs. Snover Dies-T .
Mrs. Olice Snover, a former Sa
lem resident, died in Oregon City
Friday night, is the word received
here. The funeral is to be f held
in Oregon City at 2 o'clock Mon
day afternoons V
F. A. Elliott, state forester, was
a Portland visitor Saturday."
James Chinook, Grants Pass at
torner. was a business caller at
the state house yesterday.
Max Bowersox, ; a student of
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Robertson over the week-end.
' Charles H. Elrey returned Sat
urday from California and way
Large variety of
the very latest
styles in exclus
ive'eoats. These Coats must
be seen to appre
ciate their values.
Exclusive Styles for
115 North Liberty Street
is the thug who works without a gun. His victims are
never frightened. Perhaps he is robbing you of your
eyesight ! Something you would miss! Science has
provided a protection. Our optometrists will tell you.
MORRIS OPTICAL CO.
301-2-3-4 Oregon Bldg.
DR. HENRY E. MORRIS " DR. A. McCULLCCTI
points where he has been the past
three weeks on; business for the
American Fidelity corporation.
W. M. Hamilton, local manager
of the PEP company, was a Port
land visitor Saturday.
W. H. Jory, one of Newport's
best' boosters, was a Salem visitor
Ray Maglll, a former resident
of Salem but now connected with
the firm of A. Maglll & Son, nurs
erymen at Toppenish, Wash., "was
In the city yesterday.
Mrs. Mary A. Stafford of Lyons
was a visitor here yesteraay.
Reno Booth of Metlakatia, Alas
ka, was a visitor in Salem yester
day from the Chemawa school.
Harwood Hall, director of the
Chemawa Indian training school,
was a Salem visitor yesterday.
Elmo S. White, local . attorney,
was a Portland visitor yesterday.
SEATTLE, Nov.' 8. Charged
with conspiracy to smuggle silks
and. beads into the United States
from the Far East L. F. Rawden,
Steward, and his sister, Marian
Cunningham, Stewardess, aboard
the steamship President Jeffer
son, were arrested today by feder
al officers. They were released
on 11000 bond each and their
hearing set for Wednesday. ,
noose of a Million and
215 CENTER STREET
SMART DRESSES for street and
afternoon ; lovely dinner and
Handsome ensemble costume suits.
Beautiful millinery for all occasions.
Imported novelties corsages
head-bands for evening, etc.
Presenting a decidedly unusual of
fering in wool dresses - including
charmeen, twills, kasha cloth, flannel,
$39.75 to $57.00 COA7C
values at V&V10
$29.75 : to, $37.50
Only a Limited Number at These
Prices. ' '
. The Hat you planned to buy. Most
extraordinary values. V
- Special sale of millinery all Fisk
Hats and original models, in Eastern
patterns at cost prices. None over
$12.50 (limited number).
One lot of 65 Hats at $7.50 ; these
values we believe can not be duplicat
ed considering, quality and style.
115 Ilteh Strct!llasc-:c Tc
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-Valley Points Daily.
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- Dallas - Albany - Monniout h
Independence - Monro
Siu.jiRiiclt SHIP BY TRUC';
Buys Any Make of
Rubber Stamps and Ec:.ls
' Made to Order
AND STATIOHERY CO.
465 STATE STREET