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Realtors Meet Today " "
Marion-Pol k County Realty as
sociation will meet today for their
weekly luncheon at the Marion ho
tel They are to discuss the mer
its and use of multiple listing, in
addition to a zoning ordinance for
Salem., Other questions pertain
ing to the Interests of the organ!
cation - will be discussed.
Osteopathy the Original
And genuine spinal, adjustment.
Skillfull and, . painless corrective
treatment that sets results, j Dr.
Marshall, 228 Ore son Bid. nl'S
Y" Gym Popular j ,
Gymnasium classes at the YMCA
provided by the Valley Motor com
pany for its employes are proving
very popular. The first session of
the classes for the winter fand
spring months will be held tonight.
The company has exclusive use of
the floor and pool during a part
of Thursday erening and between
40 and 45 persons will make; use
of the privilege. In addition to
the regular gym work teams jwlll
compete in basketball, handball,
volleyball and other games, j
Hazard Improves j
E. W. Hazard is expected back
at his desk at the United States
National -bank today, following an
automobile accident in -which he
suffered several J bruises (and
scratches. He was struck by an
automobile while crossing Oak
street recently. " j
"Sunshine" Is Ixwt
'"Sunshine," the beautiful, large
orange cat of "the Colonial Dame
Tea Shoppe is lost and hia return
is wanted very much.' Sunshine
had Just been brought to his new
home and had not become accus
tomed to his new Quarters. Any
one knowing the whereabouts of
Sana Vis reauested to Inform The
Statesman or the. Colonial Dame
Tea Shoppe. : i
Select Christinas Presents No-
Small payments make it easy.
Love, the Jeweler. Salem. -olO-tf
Meeting Is Ileld '
- The regular monthly meeting of
the board of directors or the Ter
minal stage lines" was held in Sa
leia yesterday; Representatives
from" southern OregoSi and from
nearby station werepf esen. jThe
meeting was held at tbe Terminal
hotel. Among those attending the
meeting from out. of town were:
:N. A. Cummlngs, manager of! the
... . SS Dinrn t
a IL Lsckwood
S47 N. ComJ Si.
. Psoas 80S
Can for hire- without drivers
Day and Niht Service)
j , - Phcns 5U
Dr. B.IL White.
Osteopathy - Surgery
Electronic Diagnosis and Treat
ment (Dr. - Ab ram's method).
Offlea Phone S5i or 463-J
, 806 U.S.!Uank Bldg.
Terminal hotel at Roseburg; J. I.
Sneed and R. W.' Lemen, of Rose
burg; and W. L Lewis, manager
of the interurban lines running
between Roseburg and Ashland. .
Stclncr Party To Travel
The entire bookings and reser
ations of the trip of Dr. and Mrs.
R. E. Lee Stelner, who are to visit
the Philippine islands, was secur
ed through the city ticket office
of the Soathern Pacific lines. Dr.
Steiner, who is head of the state
hospital, will have charge of --three
inmates who are being returned to
their native country. The party
will sail from Seattle. .
Salem Grange Meets
Grangers are invited to attend
the meeting of the Salem grange
Which is to be held Monday morn
ing at the local hall The meet
ing will begin at ' 10 o'clock ' and
will last all day. Lunches will be
brought and a general get-togeth
er meeting is to be held. .
Chicken Pie Dinner-
Five to eight.' Friday evening
at the Scandinavian M. E. church.
15th and Mill streets. Price 50c.
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Capital Stock Increaseo
Notice Of Increase of capital
stock from 150,000 to $100,000
by Burnett Brothers of Portland
was. filed with the state corpora
tion department Wednesday. Bur
nett "Brothers' operate a string of
ewelry stores along the coast, one
of these being recently opened in
Salem. ' ;
Will -Hold License Hearing
! J. B." Bosford, deputy attorney
general, and V. A. Mullen, deputy
real estate! commissioner, will rep
resent the' state T commission at
Bend in the near future when the
matter of granting a real estate
license to Carroll, one of those con
victed . on the recent land frauds,
will be heard. Will Moore, state
real estate commissioner, rejected
the application for a license and
again after a - hearing had been
held. The matter will be threshed
out before; Circuit Judge Duffy.
Will Sacrifice r
Kimball piano for cash, only
$195. Condition like new. A real
snap. Investigate. Tallnian Pi
ano store, 395 S. 12th, near S. P.
passenger depot. . nl4
Salem Man Jailed .
Fifteen days in jail was the
sentence imposed upon Fred W.
Brown, 2, of Salem, when he ap
peared bepre , Municipal k Judge
Ekwall in Portland charged with
Skating, Skating, Skating
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
7:30 to 10 p. m.
Music by Kings of Harmony
Dancing Dancing Dancing
Salem New Auditorium
: Wednesday and Saturday
Extra Dance Friday, Hallowe'en
" " For
. . - . Opea1 Evealn-
31 RCRTH COM3ECRCIAI
Tailored Suits f2S to 45
and Young Mea's
- i . TAILOR-
BANKERS ; j
General Btnlnajx Buiiiicrai
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Olfk DTcsra tr&aL 10 a, zx t 9 ilia
Ve Cany All Sizes of Coal
from the large furnace to
the smallest nut size. Tell
us for what purpose the coal '
is required and well point
out the proper size to use.
But although we carry H
sizes, we handle only one
Quality. , the very beet coal
from the Tery best mines.
Our coal serrlce is yours to
Prices range from $10 to $15
Also handle' the best
Diamond Briquettes f IS
possession of liquor. Brown was
arrested late- Armistice night at a
grill. The pint and a half of
liquor was for a friend, he claimed.
Brown is a musical conductor here
and for a -time directed' his own
dance orchestra. He made ; bis
headquarters at the Electric ho
tel. . -s ; : ;
Requisition Honored :
Governor Walter M. Pieree yes
terday honored a request for the
extradition of Frank Schaffer, un
der arrest at Bend. Schaffer is
wanted oa a liquor charge In Wei
Big Egg Exhibited
J. H. Doerman of Oralis - City
brought to The Statesman office
yesterday an egg as large as a
duck egg which he said was laid
by ; a seven-months-old pullet of
the Everlay 'poullry variety. He
has six eggs the same size from
the same pullet. The egg weighs
five ounces, which would be 60
ounces to the dozen. ? Twenty-two
ounces to the dosen is the stand
ard weight. If this keeps up the
ducks will have to go out of busi
New Transfer Firm
A new transfer and general
storage business will be opened in
Salem the first part of the week
by the Union Transfer & Storage
company at 267 South Commer
cial. In addition to hauling the
firm" is equipped to ' handle all
sorts of contract work,' .' except
building. They will care for gen
eral -excavation and general moy-
ng contracts; J. J. Holmes, who
has recently moved to Salem from
Kansas and Oklahoma oil fields,
is president and general manager,
while Bob Patton is the secretary
and treasurer. The firm is equip
ped to handle large shipments and
has a direct connection with 1 the
railroads and buildings to handle
any kind of a shipment.
Special on Blankets
Next Friday and Saturday only.
Kashau cotton plaid. Double large
sizes, values to 1.490 for $3.89. C.
J. Breier Co. nl4
James Morris 'Bacon was the
name written on a birth' certifi
cate filed with the city health of
ficer telling of the birth of a baby
boy to Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Norris
Bacon of 110 Hoyt. Mr. Bacon is
One Dipththeri Case-
Only one case of dipththeria was
reported to the city health officer
for this week. This is the first
report for some time.
Socolofsky In East I
Edwin Socolofsky, writing ' to
friends in Salem from Derry,
New Hampshire, states that he Is
situated in a very pretty village
and in close communication with
larger cities nearby. - Mr. Socolof
sky reports that housing situation
is not bad at Derry and quarters
were secured at rates much cheap
er than -those of Salem. He also
adds that the cost of living is
cheaper there than in Salem,: with
the exception of meat, which costs
much more. He reports that he' is
very favorably impressed with the
location of his work and' expects
to show great results. '
Nashan, Plaid OottOtt Blankets
Special for ; Friday and Satur
day selling only; Double large.
bedsize. Regular values to $4.90
for $3.89. C J. Breier Co. nl4
Reynolds Is Speaker
' Entertainment by . the- sons of
members of Rotarians and an ad
dress by Alfred Reynolds of Portt
land featured the meeting of the
Rotary club at their regular lunch
eon -yesterday. . Father and ; Son
week was observed by the mem
bers and about 20 boys were pres
ent, v Entertainment was furnish
ed by Kenneth Allen, vocal solo;
Frederick- Thlelson, Jr. in a trap
and drum number; and Don Mey
ers, who gave a piano selection
"The greatest source of undevel
oped power in the United States is
WOLF Mrs. Mary V. Wolf died
. at the Old People's home Hot,
11th' at the age of , 83 years.
She 3s survived by a brother,
James Weber, and a sister, Mrs.
Sarah Wells of Cleveland, Ohio.
, Funeral services will be held in
, the Rigdon chapel Thursday at
' 10 a. m., Rev. Rosebraugh offi
ciating. - Interment will be in
the City View cemetery, v 1 1
the souls or boys," wasythe declar
ation of Mr Reynolds. - n ;
Dig Attendance at Class " '
One of the largest gatherings
of this year for the John J. Evans
Bible class was held last Sunday
at the Bligh theater. One of the
features of the day was the music
by the Junior Rotary quartette.
George P. Griffith, state com
mander of the American legion
gave the main patriotic address.
This coming Sunday there wlll.be
featured music- by a mixed quar
tette and a good program is prom
ised. An unusual large attendance
is expected. ' .;. ...... ,
Boy Scouts Organize
Definite plans of organization
were outlined last night when Sa
lem citizens gathered at the Gray
Belle and heard G. H. Oberferffeur
regional director of the Boy Scout
movement. The course! of action
to be used by the Salem scouts
was considered and definite 1 announcement-,
will be made soon.
Everyone interested in the Scouts
were given an invitation to be
present. : "
Rosebraugh Speaks r-
W. W; Rosebraugh attended the
community meeting of the Labish
Center and delivered an address
on "Community Spirit." The La
bish Center community is prepar
ing an exhibit for the big Marion
County Corn and Industrial ex
hibit to be held next week at the
Armory. Appointed committees
are now collecting the exhibits
and "will be ready to place their
showing soon. The Labish Center
district is not a corn district es
pecially, but' they do raise some
wonderful celery and onions. All
products from this section of the
county secure prizes wherever ex
hibited. i "V
Suits Pressed 50c
Cleaned and pressed $1.50. Ren-
ner's. Phone 767. We deliver, nl3
Students Quit Early
Afire alarm was sounded from
the Rodgers Paper company Wed
nesday afternoon which brought
the chemical truck into action.
Very little damage was done, al
though the smoke from the small
fire caused the Capital Business
college to be dismissed 30 min
utes earlier than usual.
Father and Son - -
A Father and Son banquet was
held at the Presbyterian church
last night at which about 75 fath
ers and sons were present. A pro
gram followed the banquet. Fri
day night ot the Central Congre
gational church another Father
and Son banquet will be staged.
Much constructive work is( per
formed by the Pioneer organiza
tions at the various churches along
this line and it is mainly through
these clubs that the banquets are
Stay ton Is Coming:
Stayton, the wide-awake and
hustling community in the south
eastern section of Marion county,
is to be on hand at the big Marion
County Corn show and Industrial
exhibit next week at the Salem
Armory. This community will
have two exhibitors who are aim
ing to carry off some of the prizes,
They are the Santiam Woolen
Mills and the Stayton Canning
company. Both have secured a
10 by 10 display space and are
collecting their exhibits.
House on Wheels
,. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Baird passed
through Salem yesterday on their
way to Los Angeles in a home on
wheels. A GMC chassis was used
to carry a completely equipped en
closed truck body. A folding ta
ble, a breakfast nook, electric
lights, hot and cold water and
other- features were included in
the equipment. For -their enter
tainment a phonograph and a
radio were used. In addition there
was room for a mascot, "Peg,"
a fox terrier. Vj ,
the- work. ? Previously Stranan
claimed-the work was not done in
satisfactory manner and took
the ? article to Weizel ' ' second
time. --r 'l - , ' " . :-
Young & WeUs Finish
Closing this Friday with a suc
cessful season and expecting to
beat their record next year the
Young & Wells company has ex
pended more than - $100,000 in
cash for cherries, apples and
prunes. The final check tor the
pple payments were made out
yesterday. Only four carloads re
main to be packed. !
Joins Statesman Staff ;
Roy South, son of F. L. South,
Salem mail carrier, has joined The
Statesman staff as telegraph edit
or, taking the lilace of Rodney Al-
den, son of Dean George . Alden,
of Willamette university, who re
signed this week. Mr. South is a
graduate of Salem high school, a
former student at Willamette uni
versity, and until recently has
been connected with the. Post-In
telligencer, at Seattle. ! j
Speeders Contribute h
T. Allen and A. Newberry gave
$5 each.; to the police Judge yes
terday? after they had been arrest
ed on the charge of speeding. G.
Love paid a fine of $10 for the
same; offense. -t F. Gill paid a fine
of $2.50 for cutting corners.
Speeders Forfeit Ball
Bail or six - speeders ' ' arrested
during' the past day were ; forfeit
ed yesterday When they failed to
answer to summons in the local
court. They were K. Chiids, A.
Ditmar. C. Dick; R. L. Houck, R.
Lickly, and Floy Query. Each one
forefited $5 ball:
for the comfort of the friends arid
relatives by installing: everything:
that could make for convenience.
A large reception room with a
big cheery fireplace, and a mar
quise on both streets to protect
from the rain are typical. ..'
"Superior Ottneml Service"
Z05 Sa Chtiixh Street
Theft Is Reported
The theft of a Portable Corona
typewriter from the lobby of the
Marion hotel was reported tothe
police station last night by E, N.
Becker, who represents the Gener
al Cigar company. The theft was
committed some time between 9
a. m. and 4 p. m. Wednesday.
Stolen Car Reported r i
A new Nash t touring car with
Dealers' r license 370 (letter not
given) was stolen from Roseburg
sometime yesterday, was the re
port filed with the local police.
Another phone call told of the
theft of a Ford Coupe 1923 mod
el, bearing Oregon license 51-971
from Oscar Hogg at Oregon City.
Three Drunks Fined i.
G. Belton, M. J. Carter, and
W. B. Kipper were fined $10 each
tn the local f police court on the
charge ot being , drunk. They
were arrested during the evening
in "various parts of the city. Carl
Waldespel and W. P. Wood, who
were arrested by officer" Wiles
and booked on a charge of dis
orderly conduct and were fined
$10 each yesterday.
K. K. Kubli of Portland was a
visitor at the state house Wednes
day... . ;
Bill Bennett was in the city yes
terday from Corvallis.
Bernice ' Stedman of Albany
spent Wednesday in Salem.
Roy Klein, state highway en
gineer, was called to Portland on
business Wednesday afternoon.
" Mrs. Mollie B reck, who is con
nected withl the state Insurance
department, is expected back from
Portland today after a short visit
Judge Downing Thankful
County Judge W. H. Downing,
while he did not receive a major
ity of the votes at the recent elec
tion, was the recipient of such
splendid support: and such a large
vote that he wishes in this man
ner to thank his friends who1 so
loyally gave him their help in his
campaign, and the voters who cast
their ballots for him. He will re
tire from office with a thankful
feeling and with no misgivings.
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SMITH At a local hospital. Nov;
: 13. 1924; Martin G. Smith, age
; 70 years. Late of Alberta, Can.
! and a . former resident of this
city and SHverton. Survived by
two tons, Charles B- of Mun
v son. Alberta, and a son in the
- east r three daughters, Mrs.
, Mary Graff of Portland and two
" , others ' in California; also- one
brother, Peter Smith, a former
resident of - this clty.f The re
mains are in care of the Terwil
' liger Home,' and funeral an-
nouncement wilt be given laten
Rush Order Moved ;
A rush order was filled Armis
tice day when the Salem Growers
association packed 2400 25-pound
boxes of prunes and prepared them
ror shipment to' Portland.- The
local organization has four, car
loads -of prunes on hand before
the 1924 crop Is! removed.
Art Iieagne to Bleet ,
. ' All those Interested in the or
ganizing of a class of pictorial art
are requested to communicate
with Carrie H. Chapel, 468 North
Winter, Thursday evening at 7:30
o'clock. Any one interested has
an invitation to attend.
Case Under Advisement
: The case of Dr. Paul G. Strapan
against Jacob Weizel was taken
under advisement by Justice : ot
the Peace Kuntz after a hearing
In justice court yesterday. It is
claimed that Weizel did soma up
holstery work On a piece of furni
ture owned by Dr., Strapan. It is
alleged Weizel kept, possession of
This Grows Hair
' Keep free' f rbaf
tha eurii of
(mllins hmir and
Liquid Scalp Mas-;
to the hair r root. It a the' marveloua
aew method scalp treatment.' Van EaS
tops foiling hair-, grows new hair in 90
day. A lie us about the 90 -day treat
ment plan. We aall it under money-back
guarantee. Buy Van Esa today and Vaa
Cea your hair tonight.
, J. C. PERRY,' Drugs
113 South Commercial'
- , Paid Adv.
I ii . mi i ii nr I
Miss Katherlne OunnelJ of the
Gunnel! & Robb studio of Salem,
was a visitor to several of the
nearby towns yesterday. t-'r.t
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Schwab of
Jefferson, were 'visitors- here yes
terday. 1 ' . t' :
Hannah Martin, local lawyer,
will make a trip to Oregon - City
on business today.
V. E. Caugh was a Portland vis
W. M. Hamilton, manager of the
local PEP office, was a visitor in
Portland yesterday on business.
Rainbow Division Holds
Big Reunion in Portland
Ixcal ex-service men who at
tended the reunion of the 41st
Division at Portland Armistice
night report that it was one of ,the
biggest banqnets ever-held in the
Pacific northwest. More than 850
former members ' of the Rainbow
division were present. .
I Col. John L. May, in charge of
the lC2n& infantry, ' was present
OLD TIME DANCE
' -At .
2U Miles North of Albany
on Highway i
Wednesday Night, Nov. 12
COME! You are not too old
to enjoy yourself or top --
' young to learn
Music by Chas. Lewis Old Time
Orchestra from Woodburn .
as was General Alexander, from
Camp Lewis. '.'
Among- those present from Sa
lem were Col. Carle Abrams, Gen
eral Geo. A. White and Captain
Tom Rilea. The banquet was held
a the Portland Armory. . .Enter
tainment was furnished by two
bands' and. a full . vaudeville pro
gram was offered.
It is expected that ' the affair
of next Armistice day will be larg-
Good ' Thing DOXTT MISS IT
8nd your 'name and address nlainlr
written, together with 5 cents (and this
slip) to Chsmberlain Medicine Co., lies
Homes, lows, and receiTe in return a trisl
psrkare eontninin? CHAMBERLAIN'S
OOQ?iH REMEDY for coaehs, eolds.
croup.' bronchial, "fin" snd whooping
eonghs, and tickling throat; CHAJ1BER-
LALt's TABLETS for , stomach troubles,
indigestion, gassy pains that crowd the
heart, biliousness and constipation: also
CHAMBERLAIN'S SALVE,, needed in er
ery family, tor burn, scalds, wonnds,
piles and skin affections; these rained
family medicines for only 5 cents. Don't
misa it. AdT.
er and better, because the- en
thusiasm ehown this time was J
Good people make badness U
be of extraordinary, importance.
ALU THE" PLUMBING-
FOR WHICH YOU PAY-1
AT THIS SHOP'5 OrOTl
355 CHT2MEKETA PHONE 1006
The educated- person, if
properly trained, makes a
good citiien. Those who
have a practical educa
tion; those who do not
have to depend upon some
one else, because they
know how to make their
own living; are an asset
to any community. We
teach, this practical edu
cation and - help mak
ood citizens as well as
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A Remarkable Collection of
Trimmed Hats That Present the
Leading: Fashion Touches for the
Priced Extremely ?tbw for This3Sale
NCrW Velvet HaU
on Sale Felt Hats 5i.5o, 2.50, 53.25, 53.75
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This is an opportune time to get a New Fashionable Hat
at a great savihg " ?
Former Prices Were $1.98 op to $9.8o
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The Materials, Trimmings and the Colorings include all
1 . of the popular favorites of fashion
YOUR MAIL ORDERS
receive careful attention. We
pay postage or express with
in a radius of a hundred
miles- - . . ' ' 1
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