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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1924
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Lecture Attract Pew
it was a disappointing small
crowd, less than 100, who gath
ered at the Armory last night to
hear a wonderful address by Tom
Skeyhill, Anzac soldier and lectur
er, brought to Salem under the
auspices ; of the American War
Mothers. The1 speaker " delhrered
an exceptionally fine lecture on
the "New Renaissance." In order
to give everyone an opportunity to
hear the speaker the lecture was
delayed until nearly 8:80 o'clock
Had the War Mothers realized a
profit on the lecture the proceeds
would nave been applied upon the
memorial monument at the court
house lawn. i
Colonial Dame Tea Shoppe, J65
N. Liberty. Open 111 to 11. d3
Liv AVirea to Meet
The -Live Wires Sunday school
class of the Leslie Methodist
church will be addressed by their
teacher. A- C. Bohrnstedt. local
business man, Sunday mominjg, on
the analysis of love, as commented
on 4y Paul's letter- to the Corinth
ians. Salem young people are in
vited to attend this meeting.
Take No Spinal Adjustment
Until you have! a neurocalo
meter reading by Pr, O. L., Scott,
U. S. National Bank Bldg. d3tf
Dean Is Delayed r
Word was received at the YM
CA yesterday that! Sherman Dean,
who has been engaged to assist in
the drawing up of plans for the
new Salem YMCA building, has
been delayed in the east on ac
count of serious illness. He is ex
pected to arrive here within three
ireeks. ' : ' 4
vi Will be held Sunday. Dee. 7th,
at 2:15. at the Grand theater.
Members will please meet at I OOF
hall at 2 p. m. This service is
open to the public. . d7
Colonel Abrams Speak
The Hi-Y . club -of the Salem
YMCA was addressed by Col. Carle
Abrams last night. About 30
members were present at the gath
ering and Colonel Abrams was well
received.' - -v .--
Da tire, AVOW Hall 4
- Silverton, Saturday, Dec. 6.
Music by Thomas Bros. Moonlight
Serenaders.; Vh dS
O. U. Xockwood
347 X. Cora. 8W
. Pbon 86S
Can for hire without drivers
Day and Night Service
Men's and Young Men's
Tailored Suit 25 to f43
D. H. MOSHER
Dr. B. II. White .
f Osteopathy Surgery
Electronic Diagnosis and Treat
ment (Dr. Abram's method)
Office Phone 858 or 463-J
.606 U. Sw Bank Bids.
General Banians Business
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Office Hours from 10 a. m, to 3 p. m.
We Cairy All
Crowder Gets Place
Rey. U. S. Crowder has been
elected to the membership of the
Marion county YMCA committee.
He Is spending several hours each
day in helping Benjamin Kimber
organize Marion county and in
promoting YMCA work here. Spe
cial efforts have been made to
arrange various banquets In the
county and to stage Father and
Son meetings. ;
Tony Sars's Marionettes
Saturday, Dec. 6, at Armory.
Matinee prices: Children, 25c;
adults 50c. Evening: Children,
50c; adults, $1.00. No reserved
seats. -' , ' : . d6
Place Is Desired
A. C. Bohrnatedt, teacher of the
Live Wire Sunday school class, de
sires to secure a place in one of
the Salem homes for a member of
his class. The young woman in
question is a student at Willam
ette and It is necessary that she
secure employment to enable her
to attend school this year.
Of Juvenile Books on display
all week at the Atlas Book and
Stationery Co. J . d5.
Downing Is Improving
The latest report from the Sa
lem hospital last night stated that
County Judge W. II. Downing was
slightly improved; He had rested
easier during the day and no sud
den change for the worse was ex
pected. Judge Downing was taken
to . the hospital last Sunday alter
he , was taken ill I at his home in
the Waldo Hills district.
Birth Reports !
Certificates of birth were filed
with the city health officer Thurs
day for the birth of a son to Mr.
and Mrs. Jewell. R, Elmore of
129 5 ! Leslie. The new arrival has
been ;named Frank Elbert Elmore.
Em met t J. Summerville. is the
name given to a son born to Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Summerville at the
Willamette sanitarium. . .
Colonial Dame Tea Shoppe, 165
N. Liberty. Open 1 1 .to 1 1, d5
Stage Men to Meet ; "
A bannupt and session of the
state association of auto stage men
will be held at the Marion hotel
next jWednesday. I Stage men and
Attorneys from various Parts of
the state are expected to be pres
ent, i Prospective legislation will
be discussed at the meeting.
Lost, Brown Traveling Bag
On highway between Salem and
Portland. Finder please , notify
Halick Electric Shop, 337 Court.
. :: . d4tf
Chambers to Speak
J. W. Chambers, Salem business
FOR SALE !
On railroad switch,' adjoin
i ing Standard ' Oil Company's
, plant on 16th St. Inquire
of W. T. Rigdon.
Salem's New Auditorium
, Ladies Free
Wednesday and Saturday
Bezanson's Blelody Phlends
Skating, Skating, Skating
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
i 7:30 to 10 p. m. ,
jHear Our New Calliope I
i RADIO SUPPLIES
j Open Evenings
P 189 SOUTH HIGH
Sizes bf Coal
from the large furnace to
the smallest nut slxa. Tell
os for what purpose the coal
is required and well point
out the proper size to use.
But although we carry all
i sizes, we handle only one
! Quality,- the very best coal
i from the very best mines.
Our coal service is your to
Price range front $10 to f 15
Also handle the best
Diamond Briquettes flS
Trcnsfer & Storage Co.
man, will be the principal speaker
at the Lions' club luncheon today
at the Marion hotel. He will talk
on "Service Clubs and Their Re
lation to Business Ethics." As an
added feature Walt Rosebraugh
will give a five-minute talk on "Is
the Salem den merely a noisy
luncheon club or are we a real
service club? If we serve, whom
do we serve, and how?" It is re
quested' by the ; committee in
charge that the five minutes be
spent in a searching talk and flat
tery is to be left out entirely. En
tertainment will be provided by
James Smart, with some oE the
MacDonald's 1925 Almanac
20c a copy at Tyler's drug store.
157 S. Commercial: . I d5
WOW Lodge To Entertain
The Woodmen of the World,
Salem Camp .118, will be host to
night to lodgemen from Dallas,
Silverton and Marion. At 8 o'clock
the officers and team of the Dal
las and Silverton camps will intro
duce the large class which ' gives
Salem 750 members as a result of
a membership drive launched Nov
ember 1. A banquet will also be
served tonight. On January 6, of
ficers and team of the Salem camp
will go to Dallas to initiate a class
that is now being gathered.
Christmas Books for Children
From two to sixteen at the
Atlas Book & Stationery Co. d5
Dallas Lodge Visiting I
Silver Bell circle of the Neigh
bors of Woodcraft will entertain
nearly 150 members of the Dallas
lodge tonight. At the last meet
ing nearly 35 members of the cir
cle put on the Initiatory work for
the Philomath lodge. Following
the initiation tonight a banquet
will be served.
Dance at Schindler's Hall-
Saturday night. . d6
Home Changes Name
The Bungalow Maternity home
Is the assumed business name tak
en by : Ruth E. Fuson and Helen
Wldmer, according to a certifi
cate filed with the' county clerk.
The home is located at 1899 State
and was formerly known as the
Court Street Christian Church Ma
Good Eats at the
Cooked food sale of j Daughters
of Veterans Friday, Dec". 5, atS.
P. office, 184 N. Liberty. d5
Over 4000 In Schools
An increase of 89 students for
the month bf November, bringing
the total enrollment of the Salem
public schools to 4183 is contained
In a report of George W. Hug, su
perintendent of schools. The en
rollment this year is a gain of 253
pupils over November 1923. There
are 997 students in the senior and
860 students in the J. L. Parrish
junior high schools.
Mistletoe Wanted ! ;
Phone 1928, Pacific Fruit and
Produce Co. d.7
School Meeting Slated
Problems affecting publie
schools will be discussed at a
meeting of superintendents of
first-class school districts in the
state at the . Multnomah hotel.
Portland, December 29. Special
attention will be given to the state
course of study and the week-day
religious education program.
Leaders of these two discussions
will be J. A. Churchill, state sup
erintendent of schools, of Salem,
and A. F. Bittner, of Portland.
Charges Nonsupport I !
John Shlles will report In the
justice . court today at 10 o'clock
to answer non-support charges
brought against him by his wife,
Men's and Boys' Overcoat
On sale at the Thomas . Kay
Woolen Mills on 12th street at
manufacturer's prices. Good heavy
all-wool overcoats for men at $12
to 316. d5
Divorce Suite Filed I
Elmer R. Conn has filed papers
for divorce against his wife, Laura
Conn, charging desertion. He al
so alleges Mrs. .Conn refused; to
live In any bouse for longer than
one month. Ovid C. Kumler has
started suit for divorce against
Oregon Authors Books-
Are now on display at the Atlas
Book & Stationery Company. d5
Brush College to Entertain ?
The main speaker at the Brush
college community gathering to
night will be Governor Walter M.
Pierce. Entertainment will be
furnished by James emart. The
community of Brush Center has
put on several programs during
the last year and it is their plans
to have several snore during the
coming winter and spring.
Wanted, Closed Ford
I will trade a piece of timber
land in Josephine county for -a
closed Ford car.1 Phone 261 or
Names Filed -
A. It. and L. C. Eastman of
Silverton have assumed the busi
ness name of Eastman Brothers,
and William G. Gehrke and C. J.
Johnson, also of Silverton, have
taken the name of the Silverton
Foundry, according to papers filed
with the county clerk. ; .
Receives Sentence i
' A sentence of 60 days in the
county jail and a fine of 3100
was given A. Henry yesterday In
RIGDON c ! SON'S
. MORTUARY .
Unequal ed Service , M
Justice court. Henry was found
guilty of possessing mash some
time ago. Although he was not
actively engaged ' In moonshining.
it is said, he was aware of the
presence of the still on his place.
Dazaar and Chicken Dinner
! The Ladies Aid Society of the
First M. E. church will hold a ba
zaar in their parlors Friday, be
ginning at 10 o'clock. Fancy ar
ticles, handkerchiefs, dolls, aprons
home-made candies and cooked
food will be on sale. At 6 o'clock
In the evening a chicken dinner
will be served to the public at
50c a plate. : da
Police Blotter Empty
Not a single entry was- made on
the Salem police blotter yester
day. The report filed away con
tained only the date of day. Dur
ing the preceding night no arrests
had been made for speeders and
up to a late hour Thursday night
nothing had been entered for the
night report. It was the quietest
day the local police have experi
enced for some time..
Marinello Beauty Parlors
Hair cutting, 245 N. High. d5
Chorus to Have Surprise
The boys' chorus will have a
treat awaiting them when they
meet next Monday night at the
YMCA to organize for the coming
year. They have secured Dr. H;
C. Epley to coach them: Several
Inquiries -have been made at the
YMCA about the meeting Monday
night and a full turnout is ex
pected. , . i
Good Eats at the
Cooked food sale of Daughters
of Veterans Friday, Dec. 5, at S.
P. office, 184 N. Liberty. do
Guard Officers Meet
Approximately 25 officers of the
Oregon national guard who live
within a radius of 30 miles of Sa
lem were present at the semi
monthly officers' school at the
adjutant general's office last night.
Officers were present from Salem.
Silverton. Corvallis, Dallas and
Sale of Women's Coats
Samples left from our fall stock,
very' reasonably priced. Mayer,
room l7, over Miller's. d7
New Hotel Popular
Registration at the New Salem
hotel included six - guests from
Portland and ten from other parts
of the state. Those from Portland
were M. M. Straum, Cal B. Brown,
L. R. Hawes, J. F. Nazel, W. L.
Bischoff and J. F. Serfacher; H.
E. Webber, Sunnyside, Wash.; W.;
C: Warner, D. W. Leclais, A. W,
Moorhead, L. F. Drake, A. Bader,
L. C. Kemmerer, T. E. Cook, Mrs.
I. A. Bronson and son Harry from
San Jose, Cal. ,
The Leaders' class of the YMCA
met last night for their regular
meeting which Included the award
ing of tests and the discussion of
plans for the coming month. One
thing the leaders are to do for
the coming Yuletide is to prepare
baskets for the needy folks. J
Pioneers Meet ' j
The Pioneer club of the First
Methodist church met last night
under the leadership of Loyal
Warner. Following the Pioneer
ritual and a short business meeting
the boys gave short talks on vari
ous subjects. .
Realtors are Optlmlsti
With the coming of the linen
mill and - the announcement of
other contemplated industries Sa
lem will make more improvements
in the next 25 years thari have
been made in the last 80, Judge
John H. Scott, president, told
members of the Marion-Polk coun
. ' ' ' I . i - ;. -.- 1
Does your child know the
joy of having "his own
books?" " : '
We have BOOKS FOR CHILDREN that are both IN
STRUCTIVE and ENTERTAINING, which make extra
good Christmas gifts.
We Suggest the Following
-The Little Library McMillan. i f
The Mary Frances Sewing Book Fryer.
Burgess Bed Time Stories. '.
Peeps at Many Lands Series McMillan. f 1,
Ten Distinct Editions of Mother Goose
CHILDHOOD CLASSICS, 1
Such as Treasure Is'.and Alice in Wonderland King Arthur
in Gift Editions Little Women. , :
' Come in and visit our Children's
ty Realty association at their
weekly luncheon Thursday noon.
The. realtors voted to base com
missions on sales on the same
schedule that is used by the Port
land Realty board.- It was also
decided that the ruling of the ar
bitration committee should be fin
al in settling differences between
members. ;A soil survey of Mar
ion county will also be urged.
First Church of Christ
Scientist, Salem, Or., announces
a free lecture on Christian Science
by Mr. Peter V. Ross, C.S.B., , of
San Francisco, ' Cal., member of
the Board of Lectureship of The
Mother Church. The First Church
of Christ, Scientist; in Boston,
Mass., in the Grand theater, "Sunday
afternoon. Dec. 7th, at 4 o'clock.
The public is cordially invited to
Don't Forget Shoot at Turner
Sunday, December 7. f " - d6
Project Nears Completion
That the Jordan Valley project
will be completed and the water
running by June 1 and the feeder
canal by December 10, was the
statement of Harry Morrison, gen
era! -manager of the Morrlson-
Knudsen company, of Boise. Ida
ho, who was in the city yesterday
conferring with Rhea Luper, state
engineer. ; Mr. Morrison received
permission to begin work on the
lower main canal immediately.
Dry Wood for Sale
16-inch or 4-foot lengths. Call
Protest Reduced Rates
The public service commission
has protested any reduction on
rates of potatoes from either Wis
consin or Minnesota if the pota
toes are consigned for points in
Oregon and Washington. The
protest was made to protect the
northwest product from the bump
er crop in the middle-west.
Royal Neighbors of America
Will hold a bazaar and cooked
food sale Saturday, Dec: 6, South
ern Pacific ticket office. d6
Class to Entertain
The Hub class of the Central
Congregational church will enter
tain the Richmond school com
munity club in the church annex
this evening. The teachers of
Richmond school headed by Miss
Fisher, the principal, will give a
program.. Miss Fisher will pre
sent the needs of the Richmond
school to the club. Mrs. LaMoine
Clark, principal of the ! McKlnley
school, will : present community
work. Rev. and Mrs. Parounagiau
will also make inspirational talks.
The idea is to have community
spirit grow up in the eastern end
of town around the Richmond
school. Light refreshments will
be served. All residents of that
Dart of the city are Invited to be
present and make the community
meeting a real booster affair.
Make a wonderful Xmas present
C. S. Hamilton. d4.
ZlnseV Is Pleased
A letter from F. Howard Zinser,
former Boy Scout executive here,
but now with the Boy Scout coun
cil at Snokane. : says he is . very
pleasantly situated there and he
is enjoying it Immensely. He re
fers to Spokane as "another city
beautiful" and says it Is a pleas
ure to be connected with scouting
under such a splendid organization
as exists there. He expressed the
hope that scouting will get back
on the map in Salem where It be
lnnra Mr 7.fnpi did miehtV STOOd
work while in Salem and his
friends arb glad to know he is
doing welltin his new location.
Joe Hajgerson, district attorney
at Dallas,- was a Salem visitor
W. H. Fulkerson left yesterday
for Seaside, where he will spend
the winter with a daughter, Mrs.
Earl Saunders.: He . has been
spending the summer with Mr.
and Mrs. A. N. Fulkerson.
Mrs. Ivan Booth of Tillamook,
was a Salem visitor yesterday.
Mrs. W. L. Quinn and Mrs. Ed
Sten. of Redsport. spent Thursday
in the city. ;
Hon. Milton A. Miller, of Port
land, was a caller at the state
house Thursday. ;
W.-A. Elkins. a member of the
state accident commission, will re
ceive the 32nd Masonic order rites
in Eugene this week-end.
J. D. Winn, of Albany, was a
Salem visitor yesterday.
Larry - E. Reese, of Corvallis,
was in the city Thursday morn
Mr. and Mrs.' C. P. Bishop re
turned from Portland yesterday
where they visited with their sons.
A. M. and Roy Bishop, and their
L. M. Greer left for San, Fran
cisco yesterday where she expects
to spend the winter with her
Mrs. B. W. Macv and dauehters
Virginia and Marienne and son
Roland are to spend the day in
Mrs. Blanche Allen has taken
the place of Miss N. A. Kenney
as stenographer at the Salem
First Extensive Plane
Maneuvers to be Held
SAN DIEGO, Cal., Dec. 4.
The first extensive maneuvers
8d IS? JWi) )i--x
Visit our big Removal Sale-S-make your dollars do
shoppers are profiting by this sale.
Your money will buy
Hundreds of Suits and Overcoats
Every One Drastically Reduced
Ladies, we have many: fine gift sugges- BATHROBES -What could be more ap
tions. Here is a genuine Cheney silk tie propriate than a nice bathrobe for Christ
in four-in-hand styles; a wide range of mas?" New shipments just arrived from
colors and patterns. Ties in this lot worth the market. Values to 7.50. Our Rc
$1.50. Our Removal Sale Price moval Sale Price .
::; 88c ' ;- - $4.85 " ;
A very fine, assortment of drop-stitch, BATHROBES One special lot of heavy
heather mixture chmere hose ; all colors bathrobes in choice patterns. Values' to
and. sizes. Just the thing for this season , .
of the year. Our Removal Sale Price $10.50. Our Removal Sale Price
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Men's Pure Irish Linen Handkerchiefs.
This is a fine gift suggestion and some
thing that men always need. Women, why
not buy a dozen of these and handwork
them with initials? Your husbandTwbutd
appreciate them. Just think of this startl
ing, low price on a pure linen handkerchief
27c, Four for $1.00
ever held In the Pacific by an air
craft carrier will be conducted off
San Pedro beginning December
12, with the battleships, accord
ing to an announcement made to
day by . officers "of the carrier
Langley. With her huge flying
deck covered by airplanes the
Langley will steam from San Die
go at dayljght,. December : 12.-Late
that day the airplanes will be
sent aloft from deck for maneu
vers with the fleet.; Other flights
will be started December 13, and
after they are over the Langley
will return here. ,
All the comforts of home are
now being used as laprobes in the
Jitney.' n'K "f ; . .
Search Warrants Must be.
Definite, Judge Declares
SEATTLE, Dec. 4. -Search war
rants must be specific and should
charge definitely what the search
is for. United States district judge
Has the Petite Prune trees that will produce the
lasge Petite. Call at our office opposite the Oregon
Electric , depot, see sample of prunes and get our
low prices on trees. We have anything you may
need in the way of fruit trees. ;v
MATHIS, NURSERY CO.
High Street Opposite Oregon Electric Depot
YOU ARE GOING TO BUY A
' a - ' ' - -'- - - -
Do your Christmas shopping now.
more gifts here.
Men, here you are! Regular $4.50 Wright's
wool-mixed union suits. This brand of
underwear is too well known to need de
scription. This is a bargain that no ma'n
can afford to miss. -.Supply your need for
years to come at this astounding low price
L $2.85 -;
National Banlc Building
Neterer warned federal prohibi
tion agents during the hearing of
a liquor violation . case : here to
day. . jjgp.--.. t ; it;.
"1 don't want these officers to
get into the habit of breaking in
to a man's private home without
a search warrant for a specific
case," Judge Neterer declared.
House of a Million and
215 CENTER STRUCT
double duty. Thrifty
ON & G