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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1925)
SUNDAY irORNING, MARCH 1, 1023
AT THE THEATERS TODAY
Oregon ''The' Re-creation of
Brian Kent", by Harold
Bell Wright. "
Liberty "Maytlme," with all
". star cast..'., ,
Grand. "Miss Bluebeard"
'' starring Bebe Daniels.
A Mistake . ; , ' '
Due to a mistake or misunder
standing an. adr. appeared In
tbe Capital Journal Saturday eve
ning, giving the Impression that
Phone 511 . .
- : service
Gars for hire without driver
- - - phone soao - -Day
and Night Service)'
...... Popular Priced
Men's and Young Men'
Tailored Suits $25 to $45
D. H. MOSHEIt
Dr. B.H. White
Efoetrvnto DUgaosls ! Tr
Off ie Float 839 or 469-9
60S U. 0. Bank Side.
CITY NET8 IN . BRIEF
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
General Banking Business '
Office Ilonra from.
niiy diamond: briquets
Am Rocf'- uCAUSE THEY ARE CLEAN
Ug Gnrn; nil Sizes o I Goal
' from the large furnace to tbe smallest nut eize. .Tell '
ns for what purpose tbe coal is required and we'll point . .:
out tbe proper else 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 1 yours :
to command. " ' - . . , . ,
Trices range from SIO to 915
fll handle the best Diamond Uriqncttee C15 ' .
PHONE 020 : -
DUESS WELL AND SUCCEED -
DRESS WELL AND SUCCEED
we were taking possession of Kirk-
wood'a place at i 246 State street.
This is not true. Mr. Klrkwood
will remain at his present location,
until his new building Is com
pleted. , W will take possession
as , soon as Mr. t Klrkwood moves
to his new building. ;, We hare ar
ranged temporary quarters with
Walter Gowghnor, who has the
rear . of Kirkwood'a building,
where we will have our regular
mechanic to take care of our ser
vice. (Signed) 1 j, 4
USED CAR CORNER.
False Notice Givei
The Klrkwood Motor company
of 246 State street will not move
from their present location until
their new-quarters are completed,
according to tbe new announce
ment. . Due to jsome error a re
port waa made that the firm was
to move to a new location, but this
was an untruth. As the new quar
ters: are unfinished, it is impos
sible for the Kirkwood Motor com
pany to. move into new quarters.
Sunny Weather Welcomed
.The sunshine of yesterday was
responsible in part for the large
Skating. Skating; Skating
y -vAtf Dreamland
i Thursday, Friday Saturday"'
:'.- 7:30 to.10 p. m.
1 ; DTear Our New Calliope '
Salem New Auditorhua
Ladle Free "
Wednesday and Saturday -
Bezanson's Melody Phlenda
10 a, m. to 3 pJ m.
Here' are two of
our .most popular
Soft , Hats for ;
Spring wear, :
They are very at
tractive and the .
to 57.00 ;
469 State SU
number of people who thronged
the downtown streets. Many ma
chines from out of town were
parked on the 'downtown streets
of the city whUe many of the lo
cal : residents were :- promenading
the, main thoroughfares. . - '
Let Us Solve Your Scalp Troubles
245 N. High. Phone 1690. ,
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Popular Music, 12 lew. Waterman
Piano School, McCornack Bldg.
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Associated Charities to 5Ieet
Delegates from the various di
visions of the Associated Charities
of Salem are to meet for a noon
luncheon Wednesday at the Salem
YWCA. ; Every church in the city
is requested to have a representa
tive, there to report on tbe condi
tions of need existing in their lo
cality.- Much 'distress is found in
the city and active steps must be
taken to give relief. : J.
Dr. Marshall : ,
, Osteopathic physician and 'sur
geon. ;"k:V-4"' ' ml
Speaks Today . rr-:"T-;;
Mrs. - Louisa Kellens, professor
of oratory at the Eugene Bible
university. : will speak at the ,11
o'clock hour services at the Court
street Christian church today. She
will give details of her experiences
of a trip taken last year, in which
she visited the Near East and the
Holy Land. : ! .
Beet Grade of Wood
la 16 Inch mill block for' fur
nace and heater. Three large loads
for $ 1 5. Prompt delivery. . Phone
1542. Fred E. Wells. n ; ml
For Rent ' r -
Three houses and flat, J 20 to
145; all vacant, Becke tc, Hen
dricks, U. S. Bk. Bldg. f 28tf
. ..The Old Boy on the Corner
Continued:- "Fifteen years ago
I could have bought " well, you
know the ; rest.- But he - didn't.
Will you? We have houses, lots
and buildings that are forced (be
low the market price to move
We have cheap lots at 5 for $750,
TERMS. Fairmount Hill lots at
$1,000 to $1250 that will continue
on up. Business ; lots that you
know will double In 10 years or
less. Imagine Salem in 1935-
then investigate. We specialise on
properties : that ' must , be moved
Becke s Hendricks, ' 17. S. Bk.
The New Model Willys Knight
" Has arrived. ' See. them at Vlck
Bros. . - ' . ml
Play a Succe
. The play that the Salem Heights
Community club presented at the
HayesTiUe school Friday evening
raa weir received. The commun
ity club that was recently : organ
ized by the Hayes villa people is
progressing nicely. Next Friday
evening, March 6, the regular
REDUCED SU3DIER RATES
TO CALIFORNIA -
BY PICKWICK STAGES ;
Saa Franci.ij. one way, $13.50
Round. Trip, f30.00
Los . Angeles, one way, $27.35
; Rovnd Trip; $50.00 -Special
Rates to Parties of
Eight or More r
For Information and Reserva
tions phone 696. or call at '
CENTRAL STAGE TERMINAL
-. y- and
-i .et m TllIoa tad
-.i.i-r.- 13 Cm- eit
rd Cr Satiny.
1921 FORD , BTHAS. "newly
pslated. ia fine : mechanical
condition, aom extras ai4
. liccu $ 3 50. OO ,
192a FORD TO0BINO. Bwly
painted, extra fine eonaitioa,
4 with 1Z& Uceaae w.V265.00
meeting will be held with a short
program, after the, business meet
ing. Everyone is Invited to come
and see what we are doing. ,
At Perry's. Drug Store.
Yon WUl Like
Our Sunday- dinner at 75ci
dally merchants' lunch, 45c. Sa
lem Restaurant, ml
Speeders Pay Flnee
Roderick Blachford " was fined
$5 after being arrested on a
charge of exceeding the speed lim
it. A. E. Ross was also-given the
same fine for speeding on the city
streets." - v -'
See the New WUlys Knight-
Models at Vlck Bros. ml
Drank Is Booked ' v
Clark Jackson was arrested by
Officer Thompson and booked at
the police " station ' Saturday on a
charge of being Intoxicated.
Popular Music, 12 lens. Waterman
Piano School, McCornack: Bldg.
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Tire Is Stolen
Mrs. C. L. Sherman of 1418
Chemeketa street reported the loss
of .a FIsk tire and steel rim from
her' auto while it was parked - on
North Summer yesterday.
You Will Like
Odr Sunday dinner' at 'V5c;
daily merchants lunch, 45c. Sa
lem Restaurant. . ml
Held On 'Disorderly Conduct
I. E. Johnson and Vera Gates
forfeited $10 bail each when they
were arrested in a" local rooming
house yesterday and booked at the
police station on a "charge of 'dis
orderly conduct; Judge Poulsen
was roused from his slumbers to
take the ball ' money. f Officers
Olsen, Breneman, and James were
the arresting officers." s ': '
,(SeparaUon Scene in Ruth' " r
: . Pantomime with special musical
features at ' the First " Christian
church Sunday evening. ' You will
like the program all through. . -The
moral .and spiritual values -3 are
life's big. assets, s Come. . ml
Trucks .Overloaded , . . . ,
-Because his truck was overload
ed to the' extent of. 3500 -pounds.
Gale Missler of Stayton was fined
$25 , in justice court yesterday.
Henry j Shaveland of Salem was
assessed $15 for carrying an -ex
tra 2400 pounds,, and Sam Wall,
with a 1700-pound overload Is
to appear in court Tuesday. All
the trucks were. Individually oper
ated, Officer Nlckols made: the
arrests. ; , ' " .'' -.L
Dr.r. P. Mendelsohn 1:
Does not belong to any combine
and his prices are yery reasonable.
Phone 723 t or appointment. ,U. S.
National Bank Building. m-l
License Platea Changed . .:- '
Ben Browning,, a farmer! of
Aumsville. was arrested , by State
Officer "Rinehart"; yesterday, for
operating a car. with switched
license plites. - He 'entered a' plea
of guilty when arraigned In the
justice court and was fined $ 15.
Browning stated , that , the car
which he usually drives refused
to start, and he changed the tags
to another machine for which he
had no license. ' '
The Spa Dinner flUKV 1 ' -;
A clean and comfortable place
to dine. ' ' ' ' : ' . : : m-l
Get Railding Permits . '
John Williamson Is to' erect a
dwelling at 1190 Highland which
will cost $3000; J. C. Savage, a
V. T. Riadpn VCi Son
'. .. - Establisiita 1S31
): '.NEW MORTUARY '
Chemeketa Street at Cottare
THUJGS 'VBAt 'IJEViart' HAPP2
- Cy GC;: LYRllZS
7my title, is Genuine
ZZ 7 BUT FRANKUY ADMIT ..V
: l BROKE AND BESIDES J
- NEVER MAD OVER f-
- S?C DOLLARS AT ONE JEEl.
y" TIMS IN MY LIFE y.
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C Ay'-l. -TlTLtD ewnxH
i SZZ TL 11 WHO IS ABOUT To
i : rrX CAPTOR t f4
y-5y . ,, iwroiHATiowAC Cawtooh Co 9 r.
dwelling at' 1255 Norway costing
$3000; Cart Bahlburg. a dwelling
at 440 Rural, costing $2500; and
a dwelling at 1Q25 Belmont,. esti
mated at $4200; a dwelling cost
ing $3400 will.be erected at 660
D by S. O. Henkel; A. W.Myer, to
erect a dwelling at. 725 North
Fifteenth; - costing $4400, .while
Charles Evans is to erect a. dwel
lings at 1770 South Church which
is estimated to cost $3500, and
A. J. . Shumacker, a, residence at
1473 Souti : Commercial to cost
$3800, according to the building
permiu profile at the city record
ers of flee., i . .
The New- Slanagcment "
! Qf tbe'kPacitic , Expert, School,
Mr. J. R. Button being no'longef
(Connected with the coilege, invites
those . Interested : In, a' 'Business
Course tofcall. at'rooin .428, Ore
gon Bldg. .- . . .. . - : , - ; ,
Open AH Day Sunday V
1 Terminal Shine Shop.'
Licence Ismied "'
Ivan v:Emmet ; of Hubbard and
Roleqa, Lehmanf of ,5t. Paul were
glvea : a -marriage: license - ib' the
coiinty -Iplerk'a n of f ioe yesterday.
Their marriage will occur today In
the; Hopewell churchy
Cnt rlowes, Foral Pieces. ;
Adams Florist; -453 Court, m-l
Oil Cbrnpany. Sued -a .ii 'ir;
t The Associated Oil icbmpaay' is
made defend ant'ln. a suit for $160,
brought by,G.S.:Pratt of Salem.
The -soil gTew ot"of ; a collision
at Court and iHigh streets : In
which, a -car driven by Pratt and
one of the 7 oil company's ' trucks
figured.-. - -. c
Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn . 1 .
: Has been correcting eyes. - for
over a third of, a-. century, and- thi
should be an asset to you -and ft"
sure , you.-of . correct,.-treatment.
Phone 7 23. for; appointment. U. S.
National Bank Building. . m-l
See Ykk Brwt- ,
; For Splitdorf 5-tube radios, ml
Drug. Store Purchased
- , S. j A. Hughes and Harry H.
Brians have purchased the . Crown
drug store in Salem, according to
certificates filed I with the county
clerk. ; The -former owner, P. E.
Craber, who-has -operated the es
tablishment slnee December, 1918,
hag announced his retirement.
Open AH Day Snnday r
Terminal Shine Shop
Bny It Now -, '
! "That Beautiful -Home of the
Rose," now on sale at Salem music
shdps at 25 cents per copy. This
price Is lower than before and all
proceeds go to the benefit of the
blind ot Oregon. ml
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Open House Promised
- The members of Sbelton club
of the First Christian church are
to put on an openhouse for their
parents and friends - during the
coming Tuesday evening. The Pio
neer club will present their ritual
ceremony and other degree work
for. the especial benefit of . tbe
fathers and mothers who want to
attend. In addition, a short pro
gram is -to be presented.
It Is Considered Good '
: Business to insure for protec
tion and , save .'.separately ' for in
vestment. . The Woodmen of
America can furnish you just what
you need. Over a million mem
bers. Big campaign now on. Ask
any. member. ml
Madame X Reducing Girdle "
For stout figures. The Specialty
Shop, Miss R. Swart, 453 Court.
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Bob Boardman,' physical direct
or. of the Salem YMCA' returned
to Salem last night from Portland
where he had taken his Webfoot
basketball team for a, contest with
the Portland . Athenians. .
Income Tax, Report- .
. See ,W., A. SlpprUl, 345 Cheme
keta. Phone 900. ' ml
' Another citizenship class has
"been started at the-YMCA, accord
ing to the .statements made yester
day, with a good enrollment. Be
tween each term of court the local
YMCA. conducts classes for the
benefit of those desiring ' to be
come citizens of the United States
During the past few years' several
hundred, aliens have been enabled
to secure' citizenship because of
the activities of the organization
Meetings are held each Saturday
night under the personal direct
tion of C. A.! Kells, secretary of
the local organization. '
, 3 experienced waitresses; steady
employment; at the Gray Belle
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Needless to Pay. More :y
Risky to pay less. Big cam
paign now on in The Modern
Woodmen of America. -Protection
at a minimum cost.' Hand your
application to any member. ml
Carl A. Gtes has been appointed
administrator of the; estate of
- - DIED .
RENNIE At ; Eugene. February
27, Mrs. Jane Rennie, age 92.
Mother of Wflliam Rennie, of
: Thurston.' Ore.; Mrs. Jessie Lin
deren. of Portland; Alexander
Hennie, of Corvallls; John Ren-
nie, of Eugene, and Francis D.
Rennie.: of Colfax, Wash. Fu
neral services will be held Mon
day, March 2, at 1:30 o'clock
' from the Rlgdon' mortuary, In-
terment will be In the City View
GRAHAM Mary J, -Graham died
at the age of 62 years, Friday,
Feb. 27. She was the mother
v of " James Graham of Salem,
f John Graham of Nampa, Idaho.
'Gilbert of Washington, ; and
' Alexander of Nampa, Idaho. , -'Funeral
services wllL be -held
Monday, March 2. at 10 a. m.
from the- Rlgdon Mortuary In
terment at the City View ccme
' ;tery.-. ; '.; v": " : ...y -v
THOMPSON- John Thompson
, died at a local hospital Feb. 28,
:Rat tbe age of " 50 years. lUr.is
,' survived by his. wldowof Port-
y'land and children.- Funeral an
; nouncements later. vcbbFan
. eral parlors "in charge of ,ar-
. rangsmenta.. . ; : r . . .-
OARDNER-The funeral of Viola
'.' L. Gardner who died Feb. 27,
t ; will be held at the Webb Funer
al Parlors, Monday, March 2, at
1:30 p. xn. Rev. John Evans
' ", will, have' charge'-, of services,
Intersisat wUl la the Clij
Vlaw Ceaeterj. ,-. "
Frank Wirth. The appraisers are
Ray Lick. R. M, Diem and Arthur
Baker The ; taree heirs, Cart A.
Gels, Louisa O'Neli and Joseph M.
Wirth, all reside In Salem. The
esUte is valued at $6,000.
Cole McElroy's orchestra. Crys
tal Gardens, Wednesday, Mar. 4.
Charity Week Designated
The first week In March has
been designated as -Charity
Week, and will be observed by
the various organizations and
churches in the city by contribu
tions to the Associated" Charities.
Much distress is in the city at the
present time and it has to be taken
care of. Children especially are
suffering, because of the lack of
clothing., - Ministers of the city
are co-operating with the move
ments and are to announce the
plans for' the week : from their
pulpits.':. Sunday school children
are asked to bring a potato to
their Sunday school class, which
In turn will be turned over to the
Associated Charities for use. -
For Stent .. '
Modern five room flat. Heat,
light, water, phone privilege,
range and piano furnished. 965
N. Fifth St. Summer rates, ml
3 experienced waitresses; steady
employment; at the Gray Belle.
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Dance To Be Featured
In honor of the cast participat
ing In the De Molay play, "The
Yankee Four Flasher," a dance
will be given at the Marion hotel.
Tuesday evening, according to an
nouncements made by Jack Sppng.
one 01 the members, me cast
has received much favorable com
ment upon the results of the play.
Get the, Truth by Sight
The pantomine at First Chris
tian church Sunday evening will
help toward moral values.
will like the music and all
Fortune Is Lost
Failure , to locate Mary L. Ad
ams, a -graduate of Willamette un
iversity caused a large fortune to
be lost to her, according to the
word received from the , authori
ties at the university . Saturday
morning. No trace of the woman
or her heirs was found. However,
the' fortune is not lost forever,
because proper steps can be taken
to reclaim it from the state of
California, where is has reverted.
Atmosphere As Well As . . .
Carefully prepared food. Special
Sunday dinner. 75c. Served 12 to
8 p. - m. - Colonial Dame Tea
Shoppejj i i-o.-fvi . m-l
Turkey. Dinner v
At the Gray Belle.
8 p. m. ; -
Stage .Men Travel v
W. W. Chadwick, accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mason, trav
eled to Eugene yesterday for. the
purpose of Investigating terminal
conditions there. Mr. Mason la
auditor of the stage lines and is
stationed at Salem.
Former Resident Visits ,
Miss A. McNanee, former resi
dent of Salem, is in the city from
Palo Alto, Calif. She is straight
ening up some business details be
fore she returns couth. .
At the Gray Belle.
8 p. m.' ..
Music 6 to
Supper to Be Feature
The Leslie Methodist church is
to feature a men's supper Monday
evening-'at 6:30 o'clock, which Is
to be one -of the outstanding at
fairs of the week. Special music
and a speaker f o rthe occasion
have been secured. One of the
big men to be there is O. Bryant,
sales manager of tbe Willys
Knight Overland Northwest Paci
fic company, former manager of
the Ford sales department, will
be one of the speakers. . . Rev. D.
H. eLecb, district executive of the
. Whito Lchcms
Get Our Trie
Lloyd A. Leo H-lcI:
w -as arvr-
The care of your eyesight
Is something that should
receive your most careful ,
consideration. Do not wait
until your eyes start to
hurt. Have them examined :
now and keep them from
- Eye Specialists
" 501304 Oregon Building
Methodist church, is to be on the
program also.- An nan in the
city interested in the matter ia
welcome to attend the supper. A
good time is assured all. .. .
Try Our Laddie Boy Ilai
Tyler's drug store, 157 S. Com.
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Davidson, Man llere
Ward Johnson, Ilarley-Davld-son
representative for the North
western territory, was in Salem,
yesterday enroute to : Southern
Oregon where he- is to establish
district headquarters for his firm.
Pierce Js Victim , , ; "
. A man registered at the Marion
hotel as F. D. Miller ot San Fran
cisco, succeeded . in fleecing the
management of $20, according to'
the Information released yester
day.' The man registered at thu
(Continued on page 7)
' "The Re-Creation
of Brian Kent"
HAROLD, BELL WRIGHT
ALL STAR CIST
LAST TDIES TODAY
i . BEBE DANIELS
- ' Coming Saturday
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.
Mazzard Cherry Seedlings at
'MATHIS NURSERY CO.
: Office Opposite Oregon
140 South Illsh Street
Just Off btate
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