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December 14, 1024 '..
FATE OP THE ROBBER:- Behold at eveningtlde trouble; and
before the morning he is not. This is the portion of them that spoil
us, and the lot of them that rob us. Isaiah 17:14. v- I
PRAYER: O God, Thou art wonderful in Thy dealings with the
:hlldren of .men.- We thank Thee that the way of transgressors is
hard,' for thereby we art brought back home, j -.- '
ALASKAN INDIAN PUPILS AT CHEI.IAWA
For .over forty years native Indian, pupils of Alaska have
attended the Salem TJnited States Indian Training school ' ,
And " during the eight : years ending- - June 30th : Jast 8J21
Indian pupils from that territory have been enrolled there.
Now the committee .on appropriations: of the lower house
of Congress has decided-that no provisions be made in the
current appropriation bill for Indian children from Alaska at
the -Salem school, which is'located at Chemawa, just, outside of
the northern suburbs of tlijis city ; but that to meet the situation
in Alaska fpr better education funds be provided for three in
dustrial schools for Alaskan children, to be erected! and main
tained in that territory. r ! i
It is learned that among the arguments advanced against
the further admission of the Alaskan children -Tto-the Salepm
; school is that the change of climate causes them to become
tubercular, and that they have been sent to Lapwai sanitarium
. in Idaho in large numbers j '
But only sixteen of the whole .821 have been sent tothat
institution with -incipient and glandular tuberculosis So that
argument falls down; it is based on falsehood. . ' : '
The coast climate of Alaska is almost identical with ours;
and nearly all the pupils come from .that part of Alaska. In the
respeet inentionedi the Alaskan pupils at the Salem school have
a; better record than those from other sections." . - . ?
v They say also that the Alaskan graduates returning home
do not adapt themselves to their environment
And it is to be hoped that, they do not. . The white people
of Alaska maintain the " Jim Crow" attitude .towards the
Indians of . ithat territory. They iold them in an attitude of
servility! These pupils here are capable ; -unusually apt in learn
ing and taking on the ideas of civilization and morality. . .It is
a credit to them that they dp not readily adapt themselves to
the Idw.caste, ideals .of, their former environments! . :
It will be a blot xnpon the United States' government if the
Alaskan children shall be denied the right they have so long
enjoyed of coming to the Salem school. Ay :'y ;- .
If ;the people of, the United States as a whole could be
brought to fuUy nnderstand, the situation that is involved in the
attempt of the House appropriations committee, -there would
be a protest sent up that would make the very welkin ring.
Every man and woman in Salem ought to write a "letter or
The way the matter stands now, the proposition is that new
pupils from Alaska are to be refused admission after the first
of January; , and the first of January is nearly here.
GIVE THEM WORK
' ' ! tPortland Journal.).
It is surprising that the Portland city cohnefl should have been
compelled to exact a pledge from contractors employed In city ;work
to the effect that ex-service men would Ae given, preference for em
ployment. 1 ' T - . ' ' ,!,..-..;-..:.!
Such actipn should never haye been necessary. The ex-service men
should have been given preference without question. They are the
men .who rallied to the colors when the country was endangered.
Ihey are the ones who fought the nation's fight. And they are the
ones who are entitled to the nation's gratitude. That gratitude should
be expressed by- affording them the opportunity to earn" an honest
living tor themselves1 and their families. - v -
It is easy to Xorget. The war was over six years ago.i The nation
Is no longer threatened. The war spirit has passed and those days
of sacrifice and strain are history. But those who gave most to the
common cause are still here. Many of them are themselves .now in
straitened circumstances. It would be a crime If Portland and Oregon
were to do less than give them preference when work la to be
done and, they are seeking the opportunity to work. T
In The Statesman this moraine
there- Is published an address Jby
Sam Kozer 'secretary of state,
so Illuminating and educational
that It ought trb? read by every
resident of . Oregon. One . thing
stands but above! all 'else in this
address and that Is we are
doing so much more. top he peo
ple in the way of government than
formerly, f Mr. Kozer outlined how
little was done for the. people 25
years ago' and how much is done
now.. Few people realize and ap
preciate that It takes' money for
every new move.
So- far as criticizing these new
functions of government, we be
lieve that the government Is being
extended properly. The govern
ment Is ; an agent for the people
and when it operates it operates
for all the people. All the people
need more things done by the gov
ernmentlegitimate things along
the line of advancement. All the
people will reap : rewards from
this. Of course we have too many
boards, but that is not under dis
cussion now. -What we are trying
to getat Is that Oregon Is getting
three or four times' as much ser
vice now as it had a quarter of a
century ago. , The people are de
manding this government. , They
are demanding all these things.
They jgrew up gradually and will
probably continue to grow.
One - great increase Is ,onf In
creased taxes through which there
has been more government sup
plied by the people or rather more
things done by the- government
for tha . people. ' As a matter of
fact mighty little was done for the
people 23 years ago. It is only in
. . Manager
. . Editor
' Utuftr Jos Dept.
the last few years that we have
learned that the government Is an
agency which Is transacting a lot
of the business of all the people
and doing It fairly with equitable
distribution of the cost
One can :not read this article
by Mr. Kozer without feeling pride
in the state of Oregon. The gov
ernment is really functioning for
the people. It is helping them. It
I MONDAY - TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY,
; , Will
In oi;(ier.to stimulate business and to letthe people
of Salem know, more about our worfc we have decided to
have three dollar .days. During these three days we will
Dry Glean and Press Men's or.
Women's Suits, Men's XSvercoats"
or Ladies' Coats for only ...
, All WQrk guaranteed to be the very best and we are
sure that you will he" so well pleased with the work that
you will become one' of our regular customers.
We call for
Plant 755 Highland.
Is doing things that 25 years ago
would hare been thought revolu
tionary, with .the result that the
state is being developed. - r Herd
is one sort of an aside anent this
discussion. I r
Six years ago there was sot a
boat Une going into Portland. To-'
day there are S4 lines, and the;
business Is increasing all the time.
Oregon' has f pund itself in ; pre
cisely the same way. Only in the
last few years Jaave people under
stood that Oregon is really a great
state. It was formerly the terri
tory between Washington and Cal
ifornia. Now it is oho of .the three
great states of the Pad f ic slope,
and It does not yet appear what it'
will be, but we know It will be as
great-as any of the three, if not
Sam Kozer, secretary of state.
has performed a distinct service in
calling the attention of the peo
ple of Oregon to .the fact that they.
are getting more government,
moe. out of the government for
the money now than ever before.
and that .the difference la expense
is the difference in doing little
for the people and the doing much
for the people. v . i
.Charles A. Dana once said that
if you saw a man chasing a dog
it was not .news, but If you saw, a
dog chasing a man, that was news.,
According to that definition i a
piece of news happened in Oregon
the other day. Aabunter was shot
by adog. ' ,1 ' J ' , j
BITS FOR BREAKFAST !
l-l , , -
. Did you see the crowds 1
;-,V:v V '! I;.
" Great business day In Salem yes
terday; one of the biggest in the
history" of the city. " ; ' ' v ','
v S " n
i Dr. Doney, president of Willam-,
ette' university, who is taking the;
1 rest cure at Cambridge, ; Mass.,.
writes a Salem friend that he is at
last on the mend;, that he has
"turned the corner," and Is gain
ing in weight. ' '..-.
, . . ;
Among other absent ones is Miss
Elizabeth Lord. ' She arrived In
Manila on Nov. 11; five .weeks out
of -Salem. But she spent a week
after Jeaving Salem as a guest in
the horn of Dr. Deimel Jn San
Francisco. Miss Lord is the guest
in Xhe Philippines of. Jier hrotheri
Montague Lord, .who is in charge
of extensive cane sugar and other
properties and Interests in that
part of the world, dividing bis
time partly between Cebu and Ma
nila. ' ; '
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Absent ones also are Dr. and
Mrs. Lee Steiner. who are report
ed in a letter received in Salem
yesterday ;by Mrs. M. I. Meyers,
from - Yokahama, on their way, to
Manila. -where tiiey bave arrived
ere this, . and will soon be home
ward bound, ,by .way of HawaiL
They were in a big storm at sea;
but Dr. Steiner was not sea-sick.
t,,;- l-ay: i .i:(i
According to scientists, It pays
to advertise, even if one happens 4
to be an Insect. For Insects that
make their presence boldly known
have fared better and are con
sidered more successful than those
that lie low, Wasps I advertise
themselves noisily "and in striking -j
colors, and they .nave driven com
petitors out of their lines of bus
iness. Because wasps advertise
their waspishness, insect-eaters
leave them alone. In the struggle
for existence, human or otherwise,
the individuals that make their
business known succeed the best.
Your Wrinkles Take
Wings-rlh 15 IVfinutes
Want" to hare those nWIeoma marks'
of ' age, 7ilIriSB or fatir?i disappear in a
Tew minuta, before your very yeT juke
diasoWa a apoonful of powdered tnrkroot
in tpoonful of lemon juice, amootfa: this
aoothins enrnlsion 'over yonr face- then
ro o yonr mirror pad aee what happen I
Yon will' certainly have the surprise of
yonr life.' Votf will readily concede you
have never seen or heard ol n'tning' mat
conld cause so remarkable and - ao quick;
rejurenat?on of face and features.
While this simple nome treatment nan
such a -wonderful effect upon a wrinkled
or aa7 akin, it la altogether harmless.
Its' influence upon' the facial tissues in
deeldedlr beneficial.' Tart root ia not to
be confuted with any eosmetio or make-up
for it is to be washed off, lean np no
trace of itself. An original package. from
tha drnra-ist contains enough to tnake
the coat less than three cents a treatment!
'"' ''; ' '"''.' ' '
Are Colored to :
See the New :
. - - ".
i . .c .
die iiipre reason
ably priced than
ever. We have
in all the , stand
ard colors. Bring-
in your lamps
early and let us
test them for you
free of charge.
Mi a way to satis
fy YOU. Ask for
Other Gif t
F. S. BARTON, Prop.
aaiaiayaiaiw . VMt tk -
' PHONE 1200
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p j 4 Phone 23 .Advertlslns Dept, : . ':
CLASBiriKD ADVIKT1SS MIHTJ
: . Rata par word:
Per Insertion ' " '"
Threa Insertions "" '' ' ' " ,
Money to Loan
Oa Raal Eatata
T. K. XXAD - 1
(Orar Ladd A Bush Bank)
BZrOBJS TOTT LEAVE TOOB U0UM
., OB .CAB HAVX IT 1
"r i Insured Properly
Phone 161. Becks Hendricks, V. B.
AUTO TOPS SIDE CUBTAISS PUT
oa door rods. Prepare now for rainy
day. Call and ae. O. J. Hull,' at his
new location. 219 State St. ' fl-a29tf
i i i a s a i
HOUSES AND APAETMENT8 FOR reat.
Phona S59 or eveainga 1563-M. a-d20
FOR BEKT STORE BOOM ON STATE
street. ' Sea J.H. Lauterman. Hotel
Argo. ? r ' . 4-n20tf
HOUSE AND APARTMENTS.
2058-J. ' ' f:
PRINTED CARDS," SIZE "1'4" BV 7H'.
wording; " "For Bent," pries 10 cents
ach. Statesman Basinets OUica, on
FOR RIXTrAprtxpeiit 5
FURKTSHBD APARTMENT FIRST
. floor.: 29a N. Hammer. ' , 5-dl7
FOR RENT APARTMENT, PRIVATE
Bath,' 486 N. Liberty. ' ' . 5-dl7
FOR BENT 2 ROOM FURNISHED
apartment. 700 N. High. 5-dl4
3. ROOM UNFURNISHED APTS. 8.00
inclading; phone, light and water. Phone
1066. i ,. . 5-dl4
SEE JOHN H. SCOTT, 305 OREGON
Bldg and learn how to get home
''and a job at the same time to help
pay for It. r t . 25-dl4
FURNISHED APARTMENTS AND roomal
250 South Cottage. 5-dl4
MODERN 5 BOOM APT. AND SLEEP
inc porch, f 22.50. 715 South 12th St.
' ' ' - - : , - 6o21tf
FOR BENT APARTMENTS; (891 . NO.
APARTMENT 26 N. COTTAGE. 5-ntf
FURNISHED APARTMENTS Sleeping
rooms, 160 Union. , ojZ
THREE ROOM APARTMENT FURNISH
ad. 493 Center St. Call evenings.
FOR RENT Room
NICE WARM ROOM, CLOSE IN Phone
685-W. i - i o-azo
ROOM AND BOARD 434 NORTH Hi eh
Phono 1745-M. ' 6-d23
FOR RENT r FURNISHED
keeping room. 116 Marion.
ROOM FOR BENT MODERN - HOME,
three block from state honse, for gen
tleman, linat give reiereneea. flttu
addrea A. B- ear Statesman. 6-ol7ti
BOOMS TO BENT CALL 2044-W.
. FOR RENT Housesi
SIX ROOM MODERN HOUSE Furnace.
v Phone 1544-W. Today or evenings.
8 ROOMS PARTLY FURNISHED. Cen
trally located. 835.00. Phona 1942 J
FOR RENT HOUSES, FURNISHED and
unfurnished. (Close in. By Childs ft
Bechtel, 540 State St. ... 7-dl4tf
FOR RENT GOOD 5 ROOM HOUSE,
. . partly furnished, close in. See owner
at 320 South Winter SL 7 d5tf
FOR RENT 5 BOOM HOUSE Located
1057 8. 13th. Ree Kletxing at States-
. man ollice or I'hon 351! 4. mzati.
FOR RENT FIVE BOOM HOUSE Wei
Six room furnished, close 1st f 35.
Six room house 820.
F. L. WOOD
841 Stste St. 7-nZltl
FOR SALE Miscellaneous 8
BLACKBERRY JUICE FOR SALE cheap
Phone 254 or 622. 8-dl4
TWO CREAM SEPARATORS FOR SALE
cheap. Phone 254 or 622. 8-dl4
FOR SALE: SELECT CHRISTMAS trees.
746 Highland. Phone 652. 8-d24
December 15. Monday Rotary club
annual ladies' night, 6:15 p. m. Marion
hotel. , : :i
December 15 and 16. Monday and Tues
day DeMolay show. Grand .theater.
December 17. Wednesday Rhondda
Male chorus. 8 o dock. Armory.
December 17. Wednesday American
War i Mothera food tale. Southern Pa
cific icitr ticket office.
December 19. Friday American War
Mothers' Cooked food sale at the south
ern -Facmc city ticket office.
December 19. Friday Salem-OAU ciud
party at Colonial Dame Tea Shoppe.
.uecemoer zy. oatnraay roriiana
mis chorus at armory.
December 23, Tuesday- Annual home
coming. Salem nign. school .Program,
show and basketball.
December 25. Thursday Christmas
January JS. Tuesday ..Coronation of
King Bine; of Cherriana and installation
of other officers.
January 12, Monday Opening of 1925
legislator, . ...... -
Cantata and Choruses are
Planned for Training Schqol
i--r.:,--,-'r- . - !' i '
Boys ..' of the - state training
school are to be entertained Mon
day by 2(T of their number 1a a
cantata, organized and - directed
by Mr. and -Mrs. -Herbert. Evans.
Special choruses will also be. ,on
the program. ' t '. t '
' The boys are to be entertained
by a moving picture show- a,nd
also a short y program of enter
tainment will be provided. The
boys have a 40-piece band, which
is used' at the institution enter
tainments. The band also appears
before audiences in Salem arid
other Willamette valley towns. ,
. " At ' the present time 192 boys
are at the Training school, which
was built for 110 boys, but; hyl
careful direction 'has been . made .
to house the added number.
Ore so a
One weak; (tlx iaaertions)
, On month
Six months' .contract, par mpn(hlSe
-12 months' son tract, par- manth.lta
IflnJmnm lor anjr adTertJsemeptP.i5e-
.FOR SAIJE-AiisceUjineons 8
Fruit Trees i i
Walnuts and shrubbery of all kinds.
Corner High and .Ferry, l , Frnitland
.Nursery. A. J. Mathit, Prop. Phone
li40 in erenings. ; fl jia
WOODSAW 5 HORSEPOWER Engine.
Uood condition. Phone 65F15.I 8-dIC
ALL KINDS OF CANARV; BIRDS AND
home-made rages or saj.. Cottsge
arm. , i I 8-dlU
Has a Satesyard at 861 .Court street,
at Kennedy'a paint shop, opposite fiu
sick 'a store. All kinds of fruit and nut
trees. Dr. Bean's Big French prune a
specialty. Office phone 1315, Rea.
105F5. Jess MatbJs, Prop. 8-dl4tf
1 SOLID OAK DRESSER; 1.3-BURNER
Clark-Jewel oil stove; 1 breakfast aet;',
' 1 leatherette couch ; 1 9x12 fluff rug;
1 bed spring. 1070 North 20th. Sun
day or renings. Phone 1943-Bt 8-dl7
WOODSAW 5 HORSEPOWER Engine.
Good condition. . A dl4
LENOX BANJO FOR SALE ALMOS',
new. lhone 1135W. Call afutr 5.
- .. . - . ,8-dl2
SADDLE IN GOOD CONDITION, 01
will trade for chlokena. .j.Phom.
17B8W2. . 8-dl4
1225 VlCTROLA GOOD AS NEW. Wil
sacrifice for 90 ,lf taken . at ! once.
Terms to auit. 'inquire at Coffee Shop.
' " ' - ; . . .8-dl4
FOR SALE, TRADE OR RENT SEVEM
room bnngalow, east Salem, pared at
' 'r. L. Vood, 841 State St. r .:. 8-14
FQR SALE BEAUTIFUL QUARTERS
tawed oak three sectional bookcase with
top and base. Phone 17l8 or call 320
United States Nat. Bank Bldg.j 8 dl4
JUDD SAWSWOOD PHONE 142. 8-j
Beautiful Oregon Ros
And eleven pier Oregon songs - to
(ether with a fin collection of patriot
ic songs, snored songs and many ol4
ALL POR 25.
8peial pncea in quantity lots
. Etpecialry adaptable for school, oots
munity or horn tinging. Send for
70 pages now im It third aditioa
" . .Published by -OREGON
81 S 8. Commercial St. 8lam. ,Or.
FOR SALE SEVERAL GOOD LATHES
all sizes. -Write and tell what site yon
need. W thip via steamer very cheap.
J. L. Lucaa U Son,, Inc, Bridgeport,
Conn. -'v '-8-JS
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS. 10
cenU a bundle. Circulation department
GOOD STEP LADDERS AND PORCB
, swinga at , bargain. 1767 Waller St
TOBACCO, CHXWTNO 10 LB. 84; Smok
' Ing 101b. 82.50; 20Ibs.J 84. Terrell
Wingo, Lynnville, Kentucky. 8-ml7
ZETLAND OFFERS FOR XMAS
PUPS Fox. Terrier $5-fl0; Collls
85-810; Airdale 85-825; Toy Silk Pood,
lea 820-825; Bulls 810-850; Boston
825-850. ' , , ,
BIRDS Fanama Barrets, guaranteed
Young and .-Talkers $25; St. Andreas
.berg Boiler. imported) "the .canary
with a college education"-f 15: Lot
Bird (green) pair 812.50. i Flake's
Petland. Store 273 State, Farm. Pacific
Highway. Salem. , . j . 8-d24
' For Sale
Treitcttta Notices, sis ..14 inches by
9 inches, printed oa good 10 suae
eanrats bearing the Words. "Notice It
Hereby Given That ' Trespassing- If
Strictly Forbidden On These Premise?
unaer penalty ui froaecntton.". J?Tie
ise eaen or two lor 25c. etatesmsx
BnbKahing Company, Salem. Oregon
WARREN KURSERY ALL KINDS OF
fruit and nut trees, 455 Ferry Street
1300 MOTORCYCLE TOR" $35. WHY
rid a wheal F. L. Coffin. Bout X
Box 6. --..'. : ' ' 8-o30tl
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 14 BY JW
wording, "Rooms to Rent," price 1C
. cents each: Statetman Bosinesa Of
ftee. Grnnnd floor. J
FOR SALE Livestock
LIEWELLYN SETTER, . MALE; .GOOD
hunter, ducks or upland .birds. Also
young Alrdsle. Good Watch dog. Route
9, Box 124. Phone 44F31. 9-dl4
FRESH HEIFER PHONE S8-F1
FOR SALE PIGS 3 MOS. OLD- RT. 1,
Box 32, .phone 64F5. i -dl4"
FRED W. LANGS. VETERINARIAN
Office 430 S. Commercial. Bhon 1198
Res. Phone 1668. 9-m28tf
THOROUGHBRED AIRDALE PUPPIES,
5 and 810. Phon 1791-W8. ft nl9tf
WOOD FOB sals:
DRY WOOD FOR SALE PHONE 1254
or 622. J ll-d20
240 CORDS GOOD BIG SECONDr-Groiwth
fir wood. Some 16 inch and 4 ItJ 9
miles south of Salem, banked on Jef
ferson highway. . :. Il-dl7
DRY WOOD. 4 FT. AND 16 INCH. DRY
xu 1 1 wpva fli.su uer tuau. x uuuv
.:rt' s 4 r r 1 J . YU.
187ff-W. . ' ll j7
BEST SECOND GROWTH FIB 8 6; OAK
88;, 16-inch, 89. Call 1131., . 11 o
16 INCH BLOCK WOOD 83.75 Per Lead.
4 loads 814. .Phone 1879-W. : ll-d21
WOOD SHORT LENGTHS OB ? 4 FT
-COAL, beat aosliy from 812.75 per ton
, op. Oregon. -Utah, or -Rook Springs.
Prompt delivery. Phone 1855. ll-nSOtf
16 INCH OLD FIB, FOOT OLD FIB,
. second grew th ose and ash. I'none
. 18F8. X. D. Vayfield. t : ll-ltl
FOR 8 ALE DRY SECOND-GROWTH fli
wood, 4 ft. For immediate delivery.
Thon 106. : i , 4-fl2f
. BEST GRADE OF WOOD
4 ft. and 16 inch.
Dry or green mill wood. ..('- , ,
Dry second growth fir. ! ' -I ' t
Dry old fir.- ' ' ' . : ' : i
Jry 4 ft. oak and ath. !
'Prompt delivery, and reasooaltl prie
FRED E. - WELLS -i-
S80 South Church. Phone 1543. ll-6tj
6 INCH. AND 4 FOOT' WOOD OF ALL
aelryerV. Phone 1 ft M-W . llnl
WANTED-rllmployment V. 2
EXPERT PHONOGRAPH BEPAIRIN'6.
We eall for. end deliver. . Phone 520,
1999 North Capitol. , 12 dlO
WAMED Eraployment 13
WOMAN WANTS DAY WORK PHONE
; 1349. 1 , ' '. 12-dl7
WANTED WORK IN STORE OF ANY
kind. 5 years experience. . Phona 41
or write Box 627, Mt. Angel, Oregon.
. - " - ' : -. 12-dl6.
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER Wants
, "permanent position. Good references
Addreaa Tft3 Btatnaman. r 12-tBlti
WANTED 3Il8celUneon 13
WANTED SEWER WORK AND EX
' caratitig. Jhoue 981J. 1317
CUSTOMERS FOR FIRST CLASS Dairy
jrtter Phono 32F11.. ' 18-dl7
WANTED TO BUY- LEASE -AND KtTR
nishinga of aaartment ' bouse. Phone
- 868-J. ' . f . 13-dl7
GRAND SPECIAL HOLIDAY OFFER
To U who enroll at the Pacific Expert
school before January 1st, we will teach
complete buiness course ior half the
regular tuition price. 13-dl4
WANTED . -PRIVATE MONEY TOR
. farm, loans. . Wa hava several applica
tion on band. lUwkint A Roberta,
Inc., S05 Oregon Huilding. 13-d4tf
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO
take farm paper subscription!. . A food
5 reposition to the right people.- Ad
. . rss tha Pacific Homestead, SlaUs
maa Bldg., Salem, Or.
WOODRY THE 1 AUCTIONEER BUYS
aed furnttux Jor cash. Phoa 11
BOARD BY DAY OR .WEEK.
1745-M. ... i
SPIRELLA CORSETS SOLD BY ALICE
, A. -Miles. 451 i. 21st. fhone 1902-J.
' ' -1- ' - '. . . 14 d!4
BAILWAY -POSTAL CLERKS 8133
month, railroad . pass. Send ttsrap.for
. . Arcs uunuvuid .vuiijwira nitu.
B-10, Columbus, Ohio. V 14 dl4
WOULD LIKE TO FIND SOME ONE
oing to-Cal., with an .auto, between
'ee. 13 and 21. Am willing to do
soy share. for further' particulars
write u. w. 4'bilbrick, Kout l. 8ii
verton, Ore. 14-dl2
HELP WANTED .15
WANTED CHILD RENS'
AGEXT8 WANTED . 16
S300.OO A MONTH TO DISTRIBUTE
. everyday liqugebold, rural - and small
town districts. o money needed. Mil
lion dollar firm behind it. Write for
particulars, state territory detired. V.
N. JOHNSON 161 ..North Union Ave.,
Portland,-Ore. s ? I8-dl4
AGENTS BIO MONEY MAKER.. Men
or women sell Miracle Mixers. Abto
. lately new . ides, using faucet water
power; labor saving device; beats eggs,
cams, . vn . ? . V u. u v W O
onds ; housewives buy on sight ; agent
i-maniiig up; terriiory going ibsv; aena
81-60 or order C.O.D.' ior machine and
, proposition. Miracle Manufacturing Co,
Fl at iron Bldg.. San Francisco. - lft-dl4
HELP WANTED Female 17
A COMFORTABLE -LIVING HOME
.icwing micniDe; city,, country; no can
Sewing for Us: any sewing machine:
city,'; country; . no - caqyaasing. Send
stamped addressed envelope. Home In
dustries Co.. Miloomf leld. aew Jersey.
f ' i f ' 17-414
LADIES EARN 810 TO 815 WEEKLY
: at homo in spare time, addressing and
mailing our' sheet music and circnlsi
letters. Bend 25e (silver) for aafflpU
, .music ana inn particulars, jorpna
sic Roll Co- 438 Central Bark. Bocbee
ter,' N. Y. , 17-d22
HELP WANTED -lilale X8
MEN' WANTING FOREST RANGER
- Postal. Clerk, and other Govt, 'positions.
write for free- particulars,- Mokane,
JJ-4.U7, uenver, Colo. - 18-dl4
BE A DETECTIVE GREAT DEMAND
Travel. Experience. unnecessary. Write,
- Dept. 983 American Detective System,
196 Broadway, N. x . 18-dl4
ELECTRICITY TAUGHT BY EXPERTS.
. Earn while you . learn at home. Elec-
' trtcal Book and Proof Lesaona Free.
Satisfaction ' guaranteed 'and position
secured. Write: to ,. Chief' Engineer
Cooke. 2144 Lawrence Ave- Chicago
- - - , ' 18-414
Male and Female 10
EARN $5-810 '""WEEKLY, "COPYING
names and addresses. Send stamped
. envelope -for particulars. 1'alace Mfg,
vo .'Xoiedo, .otiio. .
WANTED A (GOOD HOUSEKEEPER,
between .the ages of J.8 and 25. Phone
looo-n. tjaii aner o eiocs: i-io"
WANTED BESIDEXT SALESMAN TO
sell Kover Kwlck combination coat
overall. Sells at sight. Every antomo-
,biie owner a potential. customer. Spien
did Christmas gift seller. Liberal com'
missions. We deliver and collect. You
- keeo deDOSits.. .Write for exclusive ter
ritory. Kover Kwick Mfg. Corp., 303
House mag, 1'itttDurgn, y. 20-di4"
WE HAVE AN OPENING FOR A LIVE
energetie automobile talesman. F.. W,
Pettyjohn Co- 219 N. Commercial St
POULTRY ! AND EGGS 21
FOR SALE 7 UtOS'THS OLD "WHITE
Leghorn . pullets. . 1246 S. Liberty , St
LOST AND -FOUND S3
FOUND PURSE. NEAR POSTOFFICE.
Owaer write J. Ft McKinlay. Route 1.
Box 99, Salem. '1 22 dl7
LOST PAIR OF BROWN, TAN TRIM
med gauntlet kid gloves. Either at
Milter a or Worth's or clot by. Finder
phone aiz. , : 22-di4
LOST MAN'S PURSE. BANK KEYS,
Number 122 ; also money. Beturn to
Bush's Bank, steward. - ' .22-dI6
LOST; BETWEEN WESSLE SCHOOL
and: Salem on Turner road, a tent. 12
by 14, with nanmeL"S. W. Dolby" and
.bird. Finder jotily G. L. Hayes, Box
43. Kt. -e, Haiem, ur., or: leave -
PERSONAL - , 23-
YOUNG WIDOW VERY -WEALTHY but
lonely. Will marry. Ev. B-1022.
Witihita. Kantaa. i ' 23-dl4
will marry; list fre. .
B-1083, Omaha, Nebr.
CATHOLICS " WANTING CORRE 8
ponderita; Booklet Free, HOME CLUB
-B-23. Grand Kapids, Michigan. 23-dl4
IMPOTENTS, REPRIEVED, WONDER-
ful surgical spunt wimpus; results pos
itive; immediate. Guaranteed. He doe-tors,-
druggists, write Highgrade 8pe
rialty Co.. - 1209 V Main St Dallas.
Tex. . ,1 23-dl4
LEADING CLUB. LABGEST. MOST BE-
liable for - )onely people, - confidential
descriptions' free in plain sealed enve
lope. Thousands wealthy members. If
Biacer write. Established 20 yesra.
Mrs.. Matthews, Box 26. Oakland,. Cal
ifornia. - 23-d 14
6 PER CENT MONEY TO LOAN ON La-
previa tv tusiuritv w iiirj - i si uab. .
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
147 North Commercial St, Salem. Ore.
- S W , " '.24-d7tf
MONEY TO -LOAN ON FARM PKOP
F ertyi Lowest rates obtainable. S
Mr. feCnrdy in liomer umitn s or
fie.; bleevts-Moor Bldg. 24-tSOU
WILLi 8KLL LEASB AND FUFNI-H-
tnga irall located, modern, close in, rf
to keep full. Apartment honsa i t in
" come 8200 "per month. Steam lint
will handle. Owner learn: f,,r
east. Box 3445, Statesman. 2uJi
9 ROOM MODERN FLAT CLOSK IN 1
8 j 5.oo. fZ
8" room modern home, down town. ,
furnished, $85.00. '
Apartments in furnace heatod home
WINNIE PKTTYJoil.V, 4
218 Oregon Bldg. 25-414
' . . A REAL HOME
SJ9000 absolutely tha bett buy Id a
Strictly modern home, 8 rooms, close
in. For aalo by i
CHILDS J BECHTEL
540 Stat St.
. ' GOOD VALUE . (
New east fronf 6 room hnIow,
with, furnace, fireplscev Dutch kit.Jien t
and hardwood flours, in the Onks ad-1
di'.ion. Price f S'J5U, 'tfrnis. Call 217
for location. f
( - - KRCEGER
147 N. Com'L 23 dlG .'
GOOD VALUES -IN LOTS
.Richmond addition, price ......$40O
Wilson street, price...... .w 3fi
N. thurch t. price J"'
N. Vrontl'St. price limi
N. Church near i St, price I urn)
K. Winter near D Su. price... luno
. Hlrh Kt. price . 1 (mki
Hoyt St. price..... ....... ' 4:r
. Jiorway St. price....... ...i
N. Cottage St. price. :;')
Madison St. price l!j
- Now is the 1lm to boy your lot.
. ' KRUFGER
147 N. Com'L phone 217. 25 dlfl
' FOR SALE
. 5 room house close in, paved s'-eef,
. full basement," good location, f .mi ;
must sell quick at this price.
160 seres all under cultivation,- f;na
, spring on corner- All clear in Caua.ta,
for valley property. Price 15oo.
160 aeres-about 30 acres been enl
' tivated, Jt million feet yellow pine lim
,ber. - Good ' level roads, well .nettled 4
all around. 120 acres fenced. Clear.
' Price 81500. Close to town.
A fine .6 room dwelling in center
T of good little town, all modern, tin 2
., large lots.f N'e house. Trsda'for ,l Una
.property or . amtll rtneh. All ciwur,
' ' it. W. LAFLAR
.410 Oregon Bldg.. , . , 25 dlttf .
6 room modern" houxe, close jn, lii f
lot'. Splendid 'neighborhood.' only $ilm
real Christmas anap or will trails 4
Money-making neighborhood grocery f
store, one of the best in the city.
82000. Hurry I j
New 5 room plastered Transaloff on
6 acre, 83550, or will trad Jor acre- g
Choice 5Q acre frm, hiehly i-mv-ed,
'2 milet from town. 87500 corth 1
more.' ' . ' -.'-'
5 room plastered bungalow, modern "
except basement, -3-4 .acra-lot, 2 J ioi ka
to ear, with' barn, garners, oa ; ved
treats S4200; or wi!J trtde for ct ige.
8 room house, lot SCilgO, rr, , 2
bTocka to car, fruit and trubbtij
81800; "terras. - f
3 room, house, .north Salem. 12C0.
5 room houae on N. 5th St., lot 50 4
by 120,' bath,, toilet, electricity, d itch
kitchen, 4te 83000, terms, or trsc for
stock of groceries or filling sta.ion.
- an ' v : v. 1 f . . . 1 , - . .
Shaw, to trade for land in lova or
"" Honses for rent, 11 sites.
O'JwP. UIr2ch ;
.Phone 1334123 N.
LOOK! LOOK I
JIo reason why you can't be your ews
-landlord. ,150 cash, $20 f-er month.
Just like rent. " You can move In youi
own home. See Childs K Bechtel, f
"Btate'St. - - - - - "25 dl4tf
A SIX BOOM HOUSE TURN I SHED. JUs
city water. and dry wood in thed, si,
500 on terms. See 3. A. Mills, :t H l 1
State St. . 25 did
- - SNAP
Apartment house located near State
atreet on South Cottage street. Income
.8117.50. Price for quick aale Uio.
-Owner is leaving.
W. 1L XilUHEXnOTwST CO.
27& Bute SL . . - , 23 dI5
FOR SAT.E S ROOM HOUSE IN Oood
location. Very small payment. Teruia
lik rent., . e JkLIcUing t the ? ' "
man. . . . . 2ju- !tf.
FOR SALE GROCERY STORE ABOUT
82500. F. L." Wood, 841 State Mreet.
DO YOURSELF A FAVOR IF INTER-
y ioves- f
rty ad. i
home of X
eated In making or saving money
tigato aome ol our raiem propert
Today we have a fnodern good ho
5 rooms at 82800. ' Toil caunot n atch
in' Salem. We specialise on property
that must be sold. Come in. ,
BECKE fc HENDK1CKS
TJ. S. Bank Bldg. ' 25-dlltf
BEST BUY IN SALEM J ROOM house.
hath, furnace, fireplace, gas rang sad
'heater, garag. "cement wilks and
streets. Wslkiag distance, liou ful
ly csrpeted. All for 85000. Terms.
See owner 1153 Oak atreet.' 25-uJ2
A chance for some one to Bisk tome
money. - - We hsve a -.327 acr. farm
located "seven" "mllef from Salem ont
paved highway with .300 acres in cul
tivation and buildinga that would rot
$12,000 to duplicate today. There i
two .act of ..buildings with a new .bun
galow home. We can sell you this r lace
at pric of 888 per acre. See u to
day. W. H. GRABENHORST A CO. I
875- SUt St. Phone 515. 25 dlO
FURNACES IN THE8E 4 HOMES. 4
to Q room. Immediate possession on
.wo. . .Divn . payment, then like rent.
83500 to 84750.
U. 8. Benk Bidg. 25-B2CU
- MODERN BUyO ALOW
83000 Some cash, balance -like rent.
Handy 5 room bungnlow, bath, lirhts,
basement, furnae. Paved street; own
er leaving the eity. " nap. See ChiUt
As Bechul, 540 State St. 25 ul4tf
FARM TO LEASE YOU VVT THS
Stock, feed and equipments..
Farm a for eity property, Balem or
. Eastern farms for Oregon.
Houses for ssle with small payment
Honses to rent, money to losa. For
Ikarpsins or exchanget.
,6e BARBER. 200 Gray Bid. .
ROOMS FURNACE 83500.
nFfMCR A HENDRICKS
V. S.' Bank Bldg. , 25-n204l
6 ROOMS MODERN GARAGE, 8500.
Close to business.
BECKE ft HENDRICKS , .
TJ. 8. Bank Bldg. 25-d7tt
BOOM PLAIN HOUSE TODAY W3
have listed tha two best buys in plain
small hornet w have ha-1 this year.
Here 'a one: 5 rooms plastered, hot
water and bath. . electric range rea.
Large eaat front lot clot to aelola
end car. Cement walks and paving
paid. " Prie 82800. Bom term or
slight discount cssh. Don't miss tHis.
, BECKE HENDRICKS
r. S. Bsnk Bldg. 25-dlltf
LOOK1 , .v
A Teal buy in a new home in the
Oaks sddltion. 7 rooms end .mortern
la r very way. ric SI"'- and w,.i
'take a good rei'ifnc Ji-t i J
ment nn to $15 K '
W. H. ORABtNnOUST & CO.
275 Ststa 8U , --1