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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
FRIDAY MORNING.' TCTRUARY 27, 1925
faltSiWELL ANtl SXJCCEfil
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The new Spring
, Hats just placed on
display at our store
are without a doubt
the .greatest values
For, the"; sake of
your pocketbook and
come in and pick out
one of these fine
'lats. today. -
Prides 3 to $7
469 State SU
y , - f
DRESS WELL AND SUCCEED
AT THE THEATERS TODAY
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Oregon : "Excuse Me," by f
Liberty: Jack . Pickford in
"The Hill Billy.'
Mobres fo' Entertain'
j The program at the Union Hill
schoolhousd Friday .evening will
be featured by the Moore's Music
house entertainers who have been
secured for the- entertainment.
Kenneth ; McCormick. Wendell
Helm, and Leta Thompson are
some of the; artists who will give
piano numbers of the program.
The entertainers hare a variety of
offerings and -l their program al
ways meets .with approval.
best Grade Inside Mill Wood
- - At reduced : prices . In - quantity
lots. .' Prompt delivery. Spaulding
Logging Co. 'Phone 1830
' Terminal Taxi
'Cars for hire without drivers
PHONE 2020 I -
. Day and Right Service
Popular!. Priced . ,fi J
BIen'8 'knJ Young Glen's
Tailored Suits $25 to $45
D. H. M6SHER
'T 7TAILOR "
v S Dr3. II. Whiter
Electron ie DisgMu . d Trtttmnl
(lr. Abrmm't method).
" Office Phone 859 or
"606 V. 8. Sank Bide.
" A feature of the meeting of the
HI-Y organization yesterday was
the address of John L. Brady, ed
itor of the Oregon Daily States
man. The address was made fol
lowing a , banquet served by Girl
Reserves rom the Salem high
school, i They were Loraine Pierce,
Mildred Gilbert, ; and ' Mildred
Pugh. Frances Hrubetz was chap
e'rone. An attractive ; menu ' was
served."' I ,1- . H ;.
McDowell Club Seat Sate
Opens 1 0 j a. m. today - at the
Grand theater. K '' 127
Publioat ion Appears j
, jA-treatise entitled "Evolution,
the Mirror of God," has been ls-
" r At Dreamland
Thursday; Pri'day,f Saturday;
7:30 to 10 p. m. 1
" Hear Oar- If ew Calliope '
Salem'a New Auditorium
Ladies Free '
Wednesday and Saturday '
bezanson's Melody PbJends
sued by Cecil j. S. Bowling, pro
fessor of social science at the Ore
gon Normal school,, and Is on sale
In Salem. The book fs Introduced
with the following words: "To All
who desire to see fact and truth
dominate prejudice, eraotidn and
Ignorance.': 1 ; j
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
Established 1868 .
General Banking Business '
Office Hours from lO a. m. to 3 p. m.
CECAUSE THEY AHE CLEAN
and HAVE KORE HEAT UNITS
' Pviiir- '
4 - ' " "
zes of Coal
176 Carry t Si
- from the large furnace to the smallest nut size. Tell
ns tor what purpose the coat is required and we'll point
out the proper size to use. But although we carry all
sizes, we handle only one Quality, the very best coal
from the very best mines. Our coal service Is yours
to command. . i ' ' "
, , . . Prices range from $10 to f 15 ;
' Also handle the best Diamond Briquettes f 15 :
Heidont Refused H '
An invitation to dine at the Co
lonial Dame Tea Shoppe. Open 11
to 11. : S f27
: DIED I
COOPER Ben R. Cooper died at
. his residence t at Toledo, , Or.,
Feb. 26 at the age of 28 years.
He is survived by his iwidow,
Mabel- Cooper; two - children,
Charlotte Cooper and an infant
daughter; father and mother,
. Mr. and Mrs. ' G. S. Cooper of
, Salem; three j brothers, W. I.
Cooper of Camas, Wn.; O. E.
Cooper of Portland and Ray
Cooper of Woods; Or.; three sis
ters, Mrs. Henry White of Till
amook, Mrs. Ernest -Ireland of
Seattle, and Mrs. Alden . Rob
erts of Lyons, Or. Funeral ser-
. vices will be held at . the Webb
Funeral parlors, Saturday,. Feb;
28, at 2 p. m. Rev. Putnam will
...have charge of the services, and
: Interment will take -place in the
City View cemetery. . j . . I ; j
BR ANN AN Daniel K. Brinnan
died at his residence in .West
. Salem, Feb. 26, at the age of 85
years. . He is survived by his
widow, 'Mary, and the following
children: Mrs. A. J, Bear, of
Bradentown,' Fla.; Mrs S J. F.
Plank, of Woodburn, Or.; Mrs.
F. L. Wood, Salem; Mrs. B. S.
Wood, Winnet, Mont,; D. . D.
Brannon of Duluth, Minn.; Mrs.
C. W. Moore, Saiein, Qr.X In S.
Brannon, Seattle. Wn.; Mrs. W.
C. Heise and ' W. D. Brannon,
of Portland, Funeral . announce
ments later. Webb Funeral par
lors in charge. ?
RICE In this city, February 25,
"Mrs. Mildred Rice, wire 'of O. C.
Rice, a resident of Lost Valley,
Ore. , She was the mother of
Glenn Cooley, Of .Fossil, Ore.,
. and Mrs. Irene Smith, of Port
: '1afld.v;She'isJ'also' survived by
her mother, Mrs. Peter Miller,
of Marshfield, by a sister, Mrs
Edward Le Mieux. of Marsh-
field, and by a brother, 'Arthur
Miller, of Oakland, Cal. An
i nouncement of , funeral will . be
made later by the RIgdon & Son
mortuary. : ' f 'i
WELK In this city, Feb.l 21, An
na Welk, age "IT years. Fune
ral services were held today at
3:30 from the Rigdon & Son
mortuary. Interment in ! St.
The, remains of James L. Mc-:
entee who died Feb. 25, were ship
ped to Centralis, tvash., where
funeral services will be held..
Webb .Funeral parlors In charge
of arrangements, v ' - '
REDUCED SUMMER .RATES
TO CALIFORNIA ? , :
BY PICKWICK: STAGES-
San Franclsw, one way"$l550
" Roiuid Trip, $30.00 .
Los Angeles, one" ;way. $27J3
Special Rates to Parties voI, :r
; Eight or More "
For Information and Reserva
tions phone 696, or call at
CENTRAL STAGE TERMINAL
Kalem, Oregon , r
. The jfou.se of
" . One trilalns
THIS 1924 STAB TOTJlUSQ
--Vhick m bea out , boot
7 months and which ts in
Vetj fiaa mechanical con-'
ditien, is a cood buy at -
SEE tTS rOS TTSEb CARS I
"SpitU dt sprini." within few
days the 'studies, will be shipped
oast where they are to be put on
exhibition ; at the Art Center. In
New York City. " In a recent ex
hibit in the . east these ; pictures
were recognized as outstanding
works of photography and ' were
given especial recognition.
Scout Worker Coming'
Harold Ware, scdut - executive
for Marion and Polk counties will
arrive in Salem soon to take up
his duties, it was declared yester
day. Several speaking dates have
been arranged for him during the
coming weeks. From all. Indica
tions the coming year for the work
is to be one of the greatest dur
ing, the, history of scoutdom In the
county.' : Y ' ; , . " ; ; ;
McDowell Club Seat Sale-
Opens 10 a. m. today at the
Grand theater. 127
. Mary Haruko Kuyarma is , the
name gJVen to a daughter born to
Mi", and Mrs. T. Nuyarma,' accord
ing to the birth certificate filed
with the city health officer yes
terday. Mr. Kujrarma is a cook in
a local hotel. !;
Quality Baby Chicks j
Special price today, 10c and up.
Flake's Petland, 273 State ' . 28f
Welfare Worker to Speak
Dr. Walter H. brown, director
of the Marion county child health
demonstration ' will - address the
Portland civic club today on "A
Neglected Resource." The meet
ing is scheduled to be held at
Portland. In the bulletin issued
by the organization. Dr. BroWn Is
given prominent mention, several
details of his work ; are brought
out. . Dr. Brown is attracting the
attention of all . child health ex
perts of -the country.
Let Us Solve Your Scalp troubles.
245 N. High. 127
Popular music, lis less. Waterman
Piano School, McCornack Bldg.
' :. f27
Horace Burdett, veteran of the
yj'orld war, who saw. action in sev
eral of. the. battles in which Am
erican troops participated, Is In
Salem. Burdett was with Com
pany M or the old 162nd Infantry
until he was transferred to Anoth
er division in Franc. He is ranch
ing hear Bend. Burdett Is regis
tered at "the-Marlon hotel.
Visit Our Hale of
Lunch sets, scarfs, buffet sets,
etc. 117 N. Commercial St. 127
Youths Arraigned ' . ',
John Painter and Mark Ritchie
were brought into Justice : court
yesterday to face a charge of dis
turbing a religious meeting, placed
by A. E. Cummings. They were
charged with turning but the
lights of the Keizer school house
during the meeting. The case was
dismissed on the motion of the
private prosecutor, Mr. Cummings.
RI Bed Chicks
. For Sale today. . Salem Chick
eries, 264 N. Cottage. Phone 400.
Pie Social ScluHluietl
Tonight the Suhnyside com
munity club will entertain with a
pie social and a program, it was
first announced that a chicken-pie
social was to be held, but this was
a mistake. The community club
has arranged the pie affair, and
ffom all indications it is to be a
success., ' The club has secured the
Sunnyside school, which is located
bn the Jefferson highway six miles
south of Salem, for the social. -
McDowell Club Seat Sale
Opens 10 a. m. today at the
Grand theater. f27
At the Certified Public Motor
Car Market, one of ; the last
models, of Liberty cars. This Is
sue of the best makes of assem
bled cars and all the mparts are
standard, used in dozens of dlf-
ferent cars so they are easily pro
cured. Car newly painted and only
Studies Displayed -
The Gunneli & Robb studios are'
displaying two unique studies in
their ' display cases that have at
tracted considerable ' attention in
art circles. Unhsual lighting ef
fects, were secured in. the artistic
arrangements of the pictures en
titled Grecian Morning" and the
Faces Fine in Justice Court-
R. P. Farrington paid a fine of
S25 when he appeared before Jus
tice of the Peace Brazier Small
In answer to charges Of reckless
driving placed against him by state
44-Inch Lunch Sets
and 4Spfcins, ?1.00, at 117 N.
Commercial Street. F27
Suit' Placed AgalnSt Saleih
,,For Y4 years property on. Divis
ion street, belonging 16 the city,
has been occupied by. different
families, who have built - their
homes upon the tracts, according
to the suit to auiet title of the
Guaranteed Quality Foodstuffs
A Common lioss That Can Be Avoided
All Foodstuffs when properly purchased by the retailer
bears a quality guarantee. r Bag and package cereals,
canned vegetables and fruits, .fresh vegetables and
fruits; also flour and potatoes. Our buyers use this
system in all their purchases thereby enabling, us to
always furnish you with a guaranteed product. And
the prices are ho higher. Our 'policy of only handling
-this quality pf, foodstuffs is rapidly and rightfully
winning for us the confidence Df ihe people of Salem.
Are you one of our old or rapidly Increasing number of
new customers taking; advantage of this substantial
saving?,- K- - .
Z lbs. Fancy Bananas. . . . .25c
Sweet Navels, guaranteed not
dry and pethy.
1 doz. fair size ......... 2Sc
1 doz. medium size ......38c
1 doz. large ize ....... .50c
FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT
Large, 3 for ............ 25c
Burbanks, splendid quality,
100 lbs. .......JB.3
Assorted baking -size, Netted
Gems, 100 lbs. ...... $2.39
100 lbs.' Yakima Gems... $25
Replacement Is cheerfully made
on alL of these not firm and
?ood. ' . . a :
Small Burbanks for Seed,
. 100 lbs. ...... ... .fLS
3 Palm Olive Soap, plus one.
free bar, or 4 for 29c
-v ? Coffees
Bulk Grades, ' . -: : r
per lb. 45c, 48c, 50c
1 lb. M.- J. B. .......... .57c
1 lb. Hill's .......57c
1 lb. Hill's Blue can...... 40c
1 lb. Golden West .57c
Snider's Catsup, best bn the
- market, 3 for . . . . . .73c
Those good sugar cured Hams,
half Or whole, per lb. : . .29c
8 lbs. . I. ........ . . .25c
3 lbs. CUrve TJut Macaroni 25c
5 lbs. Fancy Blue Rose
Head Rice ........... .40c
H. O. Quick Oats, 3 for... 50c '
1 lb. Bulk Cocoanut,
sweet and good . ...... .25c
Bulk Cocoa, 4 lbs. ....., 25c
Standard Corn. 2 ' for. ; . . .25c
3 A Country "Club " ;
Gentleman ...... . .73c
3 Onarg'p Country , . .
Gentleman ....... . . . . 50c
3 ' A Wu n , Yellow ' Bantam . 73c
2 Standard Peas . . . i . . . .'.25c
3 -A. Club. Peas, Sifted , . ;
-' Early r Jane ..... . . . .1. ,73c
i Monopole Dimple Peas... 88c
These; canned vegetahles are
if a 'quality you enjoy serving.
, See our 50 foot floor display
3f all varieties before . making
any purchase of canned goods.
We . have 6 prompt deliveries jiaily covering entire
city; one covering West Salem daily. Tuesday and
Friday our deliveries cover all Salem Heights. ;
No extra charge for delivery. ; a
terday. 'David A. Wright, Samuel
Phillips and - Mary Phillips, are
instituting the suit. They claim
td be. owners of the propertyj ia
fee simple .and want to get lull
title to the property. It is thought
the, property wis confused when
the donation claim of "Wilison was
thrown' open for sale. The 'prop
erty lies between High and Church
on Division street and never has
been .used for a street,, although
the records of the "city show that
the property should"be used as a
Popular music, 12 less. Waterman
-Piano School, McCornack Bldg.
. , . 127
Sirs. C. V. Williams
A native and former resident of
Salem is visiting relatives in Sa
lem while selling Harvey Scott's
History of The Oregon Country, in
six volumes. Without obligation
to buy,, she is glad to exhibit the
books to everyone interested.
Many of the Marion county fami
lies are mentioned In the , books
and every name, geographical and
personal, is readily located in the
index volume. Mrs. Williams will
respond to telephone calls at the
following Salem address: 203 3R,
36 N. Commercial.
FRIDAY arid SATURDAY
. 117 N. Commercial St.
he had resided there. It Is thought
that the man will regain his mem
ory if he is kept in a quiet place
and allowed to relax. Everything
within the power, of "the hospital
authorities is : being used to help
the amnesia victim.
Dance Sohlndier Hall
The Interior DecdraHoi
Section of the Salem Arts league
will meet at 7:30 at Gilbert's stu
dio instead of at the library as was
scheduled. They will go from the
studio te C. S, Hamilton's Furni
ture store, where they will spend
an hour studying rugs - and car
Free Eats While Dancing
At McCornack - Hall Friday
night, 7-piece orchestra; every
body welcome.- f27
Amnesia Victim Suffering
iH. E. Williams, the,, man who
forgot his name last Sunday, Is
slowly regaining hi3 memory, at
the state hospital, it is claimed.
Yesterday he ( told the officials
that he had been In Spokane but
he could not tell -when and where
Night CoUjgh Quickly Relieved
, This is the substance of a letter
received from H. W. Webb, Quin
cy, 111: "I coughed a great deal,
especially at night. Tried almost
everything and have found, noth
ing to equal Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound. . One dose relieved
my cough and I rested well all
night." One of .the largest selling
cough medicines in - the' world.
Contains ho - opiates Safe-.1- for
children. -Insist .upon Foley's. Re
fuse substitutes. Adv. " ' .
Choice of 25 Design
Of 44-inch lunch sets with 4
napkins, $1.00. a 117?N. Com'l St.
' ' . .. f27
Friends Decorate Auto
Sketches of rolling-pins, lyrics
of married life and other . inscrip
tions were- chalked upon the se
dan belonging to Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Wlllaby of Seattle, who
spent the first night of the honey
moon at. the Klinger, hotel. The
Salem police added another article
to the collections of strings, which
formerly were tied to old Bhoes.
it was a red tag, charging them
with violation of the new parking
ordinance. Because of the honey
moon, the couple were not fined
at the city ball for the violation
of the traffic ordinances.
Cut This Out It Is Worth Money
Send this - ad f and ' ten cents , to
Foley & Co., 2885 Sheffield Ave.,
Chicago, 111., writing ; your name
and address, clearly. You will re-'
ceive a sample , bottle of - Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound,; for
coughs, colds and hoarseness; also
sample packages of Foley Pills; a
diuretic stimulant for the kidneys,
and Foley Cathartic Tablets ; for
constipation . and biliousness.
These dependable remedies are
free from opiates and have, helped
millions of people. Try, them !-
Did you know that we are
selling Coat's Improved French
Prune Trees, 4 to 6 feet, at 10c;
3 to 4 feet, 8c? Now is the
time to buy. -M
Mazzard Cherry Seedlings at
2HATH1S NURSERY CO.
; Office Opposite Oregon
140 South High Street
Just Off State
LAST TIMES TODAi'
By Rupert Hugbes
CONRAD ff AGEL
' NORMA SHEARER . :
THK, RTLLv BIIXY,i ;
TODAY AND SATURDAY
Afternoon and Evening
PARENTS AND THEIR
; 25c For Single Adult.
10c for Children If not,
- with parents -
I NOW, HsiiQfl
.h'Sfe "Mil Miiy
Suggested by a John Fox Jr., story. u
THat fascinAtes with its heart romance end
fehihr&lls with its, amazingly swift actii.n
A plot so full of nfystery that ft' uzz! to ;
the ebd. Comedy that keeps you roaring
Jack Pickford at Ms best in a big picture.
; and i
NEWS . ,.
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At the Organ
DO NOT MISS THIS
. BARGAIN SHOW
211 N. Commercial.
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