The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, March 24, 1925, Page 6, Image 6

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    THE OREGON STATE32IAN, SALTC.I, OREGON
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G0ES0OTRI
Gcrdd Chapman, Said to. Be
r.'ost rJotonous of H3-
HARTFORD, . Conn.. March 23
(Hj The Associated Press)
Gerald Chapman, t soft spoken-;
, deft-witted "Count of Gra mercy
Square," will go on trial for bis
life tomorrow. ":":"W- f' ''
1 The most notorious and daring
- of the country's-criminals -some
of his patient and numerous, po
lice pursuers call him" the Twen
tieth Century edition., of Jesse
James Is to appear- in; Hartford
county superior court . to1 answer
to an indictment for the murder
last pctober of Patrolman James
; J. Skelly of New Britain. .'
The city of, Hartford neYer'has
had pnch a sense of suppressed
excitement' since It, founding, in
1632 : . A ? ' '
Consequently, the trial of the
glamourous "super-bandit' Is to
be rtry much in the nature of a
show; Thousands want to attend
but hundreds only may be seated
in the court room orer which the
trial judge,-Newell Jennings," pre"
sides. ; ;. '.. " ' . -'
A large Xorqe of -police will' be
present to handle the crowds". The
police have a- wholesome respect
for. 'Chapman's well 5 advertised
past He will be brought froni
Jail shackled .."with - two conspicu
ously armed -guards, t seated on
either side of him in e closed car.,
. Another car bearing as conspiet
outlf armed guards will trail the
prisoner' motor closely," -No
spectators, other than the
150 (talesmen are to be admitted
Into .the court room until the jury
has J been selected, the -county
' prosecutor, Hugh 11. Alcorn said
today. Chapin is to make a vigor
ous fight' in this life and death
game. He has , retained fire ar
torneys.v'No one seems' to know
where their compensation, if any,
is coming from, . J v t i. .
SILVERTOri HOST
f-'im nrrrx
il
Oregon District' of- Women's
Missionary Federation in
session loaay '
SILVERTON, Ore., March 23
( Special) A program " of more
than usu A. interest will be.giren
at Bt Johns church Tuesday eve
nlng, Mareh' 24th: The Oregon
district of the Woman's Mission
ary federation is holding its an
nul! meeting at Sllrerton this
wetk and it is under the auspices
of jkhis that the program' is being
given. A great number of visit
ing ministers and members of the
federation win be at SHvertbn dur
ing the week as the Lutheran cir
cuit of ministers Is also meeting
at SHyerton.
Mrs. H. G. GundersQn of Sil-
verton Is president of the Oregon
district of the f ederatlotf and wiU
preside during the meeting Mrs
M4 A. Christenson of. '.Portland,
wha is president, of tlje Pacific
district of the federation- will also'
be present and address the- meet
in rs. : ' '
The program Tuesday evening
will be open to the public and con
tains' the " following numbers: in
vocation by Rev. I. N. Stubkjear of
Glendale,' ; Ore.; address of wel-
it X
lmrm Pave
v-si v uui way -A
$lrp!e glass of water
1 witk i Epirkle in it-
This Is the way o keep at your
best.' To alwaysr be fit . and. be
cheerful. t.
On f isfag, drink a. glass of
water, hot pr cold. That washes
the stomach and prepares you fbc
Add to that .water a little Jad
Salts. That makes it sparkling
and , delightful' Jad Salts." are
made from the adds of lemoE and
grape combined with lithia. J
Then.beholdIu one hour comes
elimination of, poisons and, waste
matter. Of all that depresses and"
makes you. unfit! ' ? ;
The day changes entirely. You
become" " happy, . energetic Y6u
feel like a child 'of ten.' .
It's a., wonderful. experience; It
Is ' saving dull, uphapp'y days to
millions. -'-.-"S ' "'':;.' ' ' :
No matter .about the .feriotis
d'3c?,ses which come from constl-r-tioa.
r Lcam Mile: joy 'Which.
ccrac3 in oae tour from rE."-f. !
"I'cr. tdaorrow's sake,-ask your
dr-'-lzt for Jai C:2ts toisy.-
ATI
corae by. Mrsy M. O, Gunderson;
vocal solo by .Mrs ,11. G. Gunder
son i wijh violin obligato by Alfred
Jensen and ' piano accompaniment
by" Mrs, Olaf Solum. :- The main
opie for the evening will then be
taken up. ; This is ,"Chf istian' Nur
ture and win be given by means
of three'papers. 'Mr.-H, Rogn of
Monitor will KiT the first paper
which" is on "Childhood. ; Thla
will be followed , by a song given
by a group of little children.; The
second paper Is VYuth' given by
Mrs. Gordon McCali of Silverton.
Following thli is a sextet com
posed of Ingeborg Goplernd, Cora
SateVn," Esther. Towe. Esther Lar
son, Mamie Iolman, Myma father
win give a vocal' selection. . The
third paper was. prepared, by Iter
Rey.' M. A. Christenson of ! Port
land, ' and is ' on "Homej Our
Ideal.' As Jfley Mr.; Christenson
cannot be present - Mrs. George
Henriksen, of Silverton , will read
ms paper, .airs, M. A. Christenson
win give a few remarks, and the
program will close with the. bene
diction by Rev. H. A, L. Hjerm-
stad of Chinook, Wash.
FLAX PROSPECT 1
pleases sfir;sorj
Canadian r Praises IVajley
rroquct and txpiains
Manufacturing f
Flax, possesses wonderful possi
bilities in the Willamette valley
providing that manufacturing is
placed ba a sound basis and grow
ers "are assured of fair returns
p6hr tBeif'. prodet,' I.;M. Sanson,
president Of Dominion ' Llnehs,
Ltd., Toronto, Canada, and leading
flax manufacturing expert ' of
America, told 'members of the
Chamber of. Commerce at the
Monday forum. ': I
"Oregon flax straw Is as fine as
any that I have examined In any
of the other countries that are
recognized as flax producing coun
tries, while the flax fiber is as
good as the best average Belgian
product," Mr. Sanson said.' ' "
While the speaker did not di
vulge anything that might tend to
show that either he or any of his
interests were contemplating Im
mediate entrance Into the ' linen
manufacturing Industry In Ore
gon, he said that there was room
for plenty of manufacturing plants
and that these would aid the Miles
Linen ' company; t which will begin
the manufacture of linen twine
this summer. Should his interests
come to Oregon, Mr. Sanson said,
they would not attempt to manu
facture the finer grades of linen
goods nor those with ' intricate
patterns, bat would confine them
selves to what is known as "bread
and bntterT stuff. He expressed
the hope that Mr. Miles and others
Interested would see the day when
hundreds, .of, contented workmen
would be seen coming , from the
various flax manufacturing, indus
tries; that would probably be lo
cated in this district. . j :
Mr. Sanson explained, as best he
conld.-witb the aid of ajllmUed
number of photographs, the vari
ous steps in the manufacture of
linen products, starting with the
rough fiber and ending with the
finest grades of linen, telling how
each process was handled and bow
the patterns are placed in the
goods. The best linen products
are. bleached afterwards j and not
made j,! byv bleached V yards and
threads J hfti said. The "grass
bleached linen " is more of a pro
cess than ah actuality, Mr. Sanson
said, for, as he put it, "there is
hot sufficient land in all Ireland
to bleach the" vast amount of linen
that is manufactured. ; Whenever
possible the linen' is' -bleached" but
of doors but artificial means are
generally employeM by the use of
chemicals. Great care is given to
the washing, drying, stretching,
pressing and folding' of . the fin
isbed product. J
I1EQLCLUBT0
OEEOKDIiEBE
Organization- Meeting r fs
plated tor I nursaay wgm
- Boost Dog Show
Dog owners and others-interest
ed will'meet at the'Day" Zosel
t re , shop, 2 9 4 - North. Commercial,
Thursdf y night at $ b'dock toe
the purpose of organizing a Salem
ITennel club, accerding to Dy. Fre4
Hills.'-.. -if: -ii ":
" jThe object of this club will be
to promote the annual bench show
iu connection with' the Btate.faif
Tii Is show ' has . been conducted
under Portland men In ; the past
but it U believed that a Salem club
will be able to obtain better re
sults, -n r J & v V C I ' ' .
There are In Salam & number' of
lovers of fine dogs as well as men
who are interested in the breedia-
and raising of pedigreed animals
or various'types.' Th, meeting
Thursday is for the ; purpose- 6f
getting all of thcsy together . to
help booHt the annual dog; show.
one of the big drawirs. cards at
the fair.' It Is hop:l ttaC a. pr-
t:zncnt bussing jahl bobtainc j
fcr 'the eiow; as many dos .owner
are uuwiiuss to . cxhiri. treir
t3ded'&nlisli incite teit,.t:ut
L-3 t::a rr-ivlici 'dar.&g- tha last
l.tUiJLlUti;..ILd
mmm
Corrimitteemen Appointed
Under Resolutions Adopt
ed By Legislature A i
Senator Gus Moser, president ot
the' senate,1 has completed r and
filed with the secretary of sUte
the .various appointments to leg
islative investigating committees
called for by " resolutions of "the
late legislative 'session.' ; VT
One setj called '' for-, by senate
Joint esolution 17, by senator
Johnson, "providing " for: the ap
pointment of a committee to make
investigation in relation to - meth
ods of; assessment and. taxation,;
consist, of Senator H., L. Corbett
and former . Repr.esentatiye A. A.
Smith of; Baker; The , resolution
provided for the appointment of
one senator, , one representative
and two citizens, selected by the
president of the, senate and one
by - thel speaker of the house.
Speaker Bufdick's appointees.: on
the committee are Representative
John Carkln of Jackson county,
and Carl Shoemaker of Portland.
' Under the house joint, resolu
tion 20, bj Representatives Carkln
and. Reynolds of aMrion prjbvid
Ing, for a. committee-to investigate
the subject of reforestation," Pres
ident Moser has appointed Senator
Bruce Dennis of La Grande and
Russell Hawkins of Garibaldi.
Speaker Burdlck's appointees weer
K. H. ChapIerI forester of the
Western 'JForeetry- -Conservation
association Representative Bates
of Clatsop - and J. H. - thrlscolI of
Klamath' Fafls. ; :
House concurrent resolution 14,
by, the house committee on reso
lutions, provides for the appoint
ment ot a committee " to Investi
gate the workmen's compensation
act" and make ' recommendations
as to the necessity' for amend
ments. ; '"Zj-y-
This Is supposed to have" been
one of; the "loaded; acts of the
session, being the' companion 'mea
sure of senate1 bill l$p, Introduced
by Senator Dennis at tbes request
of Russell Ifawknar, anJ proVi41ng
for.a series of amendments' (b- the
compensation' act which would
have. In alt practical effect if
In actuality tut" the'in4ustrial ia?
cident commissiott'oui of business
This' trti" which 'ied with" the
bank act IS length, was killed by
indefinite postponement 'and ''it
was explained? ' by certain 'ot its
sponsors thai it Vas 'nap , intro
duced in any expectation .. of its
passage but in order ' to get it
printed at state expense .".for edu
cational purposes. - ,
' t House concurrent resolution 1 4,
drafted, or at least" introduced by
the "hardboiled" house committee
on resolutions, . provided, in brief,
fori the appointment of a joint
and three from the house with the
committee of two from the senate
president of thV senate ' and ' the
speaker of the hopse serving as ex
offlcioi members.' This committee
is to study .the compensation act
and the whole - general subject of
industrial insurance and report its
findings, together with suggested
amendments,, to 'the existing law,
to the session, of' 19'27.'
' The senate segment of the com
mittee will be Fresldent Moser
and his two appointees. Senators
Banks of Multnomah and Hall of
Coos county. The house wing of
the' committee will ' consist ; of
Speaker; Denton Burdick and -his
appointees. Representatives Cdffey
of : Multnomah,' Reynolds5 of "Mar
ion and Fuller of Polk. '. '
; SLATED APRIL B
Non-Leaguer of High School
Wiil:Meet Wiiramette.
-: , University Sophs
The non-league-debate team of
Salem high will .meet a. team com
posed of two - Willamette rnlver
slty Sophomores in the Salem' high
auditorium on April 6. The ques-
Dry, scaly, itching
i i T3onf let" it destroy' your com
fort or 'your look;; Don't .let pim
ples, blotches or eczema, worry
y o'u. od e m w-ci en ce ha s if qtp ia
Quick rCorrective7 It relieves at
onfe. It heals so soon, you 'will
laugh at; such troubles. -. .
- Sulphur. ; of . course, is a chief
factor. Xo pne can: hope to find
a better war to fight Tparasites In
tlje'sliln. But decades of study
have revealed ways to bring rnul
lltltel effects. "t , : 1 1.: ;
'Ilentho-Sulphnr combines all
that . la; peededail the Test men
knovtoday. It hag brought to
countless' people skins' clear and
smooth an-l. flne. A. few, cents
will command it, a moment- will
show relief, and, three days will
of len're s tore- normal conditions.
Just ask your druggist for a Jar
of R o w I e 9 ..?!cntho-Sulphur.
Learo 'how how easily such trou
I"- - Frrs Sarnies- Afr?i
r.r!',i;:nArJL.;riiAr:jiACAL:.CQ.,.
. "'."lac
tion will be Resolved,: That the
power of the Supreme Court to de
clare Federal' Legislation nncon
sUtutional should be llmitea,M The
Salem high men will' uphold the
affirmative, ;
A debate with an OAC team ts
also scheduled to take place on the
following: Saturday;, at CorralliB.
. The Salem high non-league
team is composed of a number
A - a " A.
or aeoaiers wno are not on , me
regular squad and. , includes a
member of the State championship
team of last I year, Edgar Tibits,
who is ineligible this year because
of the state debate league age
limits.
CHURCHES SEEK
P
i,
Committee Wiil Take Matter
j Up With Members - of
:; Auto Park" Board . :.
: .
In order to confer with, the park
board relative to the erection Qf
a special bulletin board - in. the
city, auto park, upon which .will be
placed all church announcements
in the city, the Salem Ministerial
association appointed a committee
to go into the matter at the regu
lar, meeting Monday.. Under pres
ent Plans : the announcements
would, ha of uniform aize and dis
plaxed in a place designated, by
the park board, t C .- . .,
' A committee. Qf. thre. CPnslstr
ing of Rev. John II. Evans, Rey.
Ward WilUa Long and, Rey. E. H.
Shanks was named to arrange, for
the use of one of the theaters dur
ing the - noon hour' i for - Passion
week. '. v - -
V
PERSONALS
1
' Sam A. Kozer. secretary of state,
1? a business visitor to Medford. '
Roy A. Klein, state highway en
gineer. Is expected back at his
office r Wednesday; after a" trip
through ' eastern Oregon in con
nection with' the work of big de
partment. '
; William C. Schifferer of Turner
as in the city "yesterday. '
' :Miss Elva Runkle of : Gervals
underwent a major operation here
Monday. .' , '
Mrs. Mary L. Fnlkerson, county
school superintendent", was " back
at her office Monday after being
confined! to her home for a week
on account of illness;' - . . ..-.
Mrs." H. T. Weibe of Dallas was
a Salem- visitor Monday ntaraimtV
-H; R. Jones of the Drager Fruit
company, and Pete; Aberle; of
Aberle, Schwab & Co., New' York,
hava' returned from a business"
trip to Puget 'Sound cities. .
- Mrs, Von ; Eschen, an instructor
In the Salem high school, resumed
her classwork Monday morning
a(ter t short Illness. r vf, ; .1
E. W. Haha'of Jefferson was- a
Salem business visitor Mondayl ...
-Rev. and Mrs. Edward Yoder
ahd daughter. Lois,' and son Ed
ward, ojt Hubbard were in the -city
Monday morning.
; Once, when a man was In love,
his barber got rich. "Nowwhen
a man' in loye, his filling station
gets rich. 'j i
Opium- parley failed. . - Nothing
much done.. A drug on the mar
ket will hot be a drug on the mar-
w . 1
PORTID,''Maxch 2?. P6rt:
land Dairy Exchange Butter, ex
xi . 46c: standards,; 46c; prime
first '44ct firsts 4t.V ; "
( " Eggs Extra: 3 2cL firsts "3ic ;
pullets " 29c; ' current . 'teceipts
vt PO ftTLAKD, March 23 .Ha f :
Buying prices; : valley itimo thy $ 2 0
22; do eastern , Oregon 22
2 4; ' alfalfa . 1919.50; clover
1 16; oat hay nominal;, cheat 916
16.50; oat and vetch 18.50
19; straw $8.50; selling prices
2 a ton more. "
. PORTLANP, March 23. Grain
f utures: . Wheat : H,.Wir, BS Baart
March $l.f0. Soft white March
11.69. ! Western white , March
1.67. Hard'winter March $1.67.
Northern ' spring s March- $1.66.
Western red March $1.64. BBB
hard white March $2.00. ....
' Oats : No. 2, 3 6-pound . white
fee 4 March $38.50. Do 38-pound
fray March $37.50. - " ::,
Corn: Eastern yellow "No. 2,
March $42.
4 Mlllrun: Standard March $30.
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3
ALEf.1 L1ARKETS
Prlee quoted r wholil a ad ra
prices receiT4 by fsrmtra. Jf retail
prices art rni
' s. OEAItf AKX STAT J
No. ,1 iwft white wheat .. tl 5
STo. H soft Ted Wheat.
$1.60
Osta
Ciiast , - ' , .
0t har - - - , - 1
CkTr kay. baled
65c
.$14
.$15
$15
Oil nt retch fcny .:. . ats
' rocs. irsrToa ass xjizx
Hn, io-800 ewt. , T f 1 ?
20O-2iO twt . 1? ?5
Boi 250-300 twt-. -, .,, .. tlt.09
LiKb 1...:.L . , , , tn ftH
Drwsaed veal .. . ... r, ' .. 5C
Cnr . , , , a 14 eh h'r
Dreved pork
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ACROSS -1
Epitome , - - - ;
7 Solitary .
13 i A. tree .
11 Nest of - the . eagle. "
16 Exclamatlu, o sorrow.- T
VI, K Uy : .i.
18 Cripple
i0 "A small horse
2. . Upon- .
22 Measure or weight
23; Put f
.2 5 Note of the scale '
i
. 3 .'
2ft Good' (Fr.) . . .
27. A bone 7" ' Li ' '
29 A color , ; -..- ;
31 Dry . . :
33 Augtfrs f ,f ,
35 A, lady " . :f"l "
377 Edge '
3 Of the (Fr. pi.)
39 An erer green plant
41 Wrong prefix -
42 Hate. - . '
43 To.'Bemand persistently .
44 Amman's nickname.'
45- A.' conj unction - . :.
46 JN3p - x
47 Prayi(Lat.) r
49 Mountains in Kussia -51
Fprni of vegetable -
53. Again
54 Blockhead
56 A married woman -(ab.),1
5T Reply (ab.) .
68 Pfepoaltion . . - , '
60 Point of a pen
2. Brooklyn Rapid Transit (ab.)
63 Jnt of the compass -64V
Insurance ... ...
66 A'. small window abore a' door
69 Southern 'state "
70 A plant -
72 Zeal. ; , , ' .
73 A rude fellow .. .
74 A -powerful explosion
7 5DIs joined - c
... :; DQWX .
., I Somewhat egg-shaped
2-On ; ' ' ' ' " .' ' ' . '
3 lor wiping feet
4 Manuscript (ah.)
;.5:!idwer'-ik " ' ; ' "
6 'Affirmative
7 Part of the body
v 8 Fishes '
9 A southern state '
10 Ultimo (ab.) . '
11 Navigate
12 Tracts of land .
15 'Fait , '"' 1,1
18 ' To 'put on
19 . Ever (poet.)" "
22 A bush - i . ,
24' Man's nickname ; :
26 Havinr two feet
27nApfatform for public speaking
28 .In good season' v' "' ' " " -
30 Small purple plums . f 'r 2 '
3v2 Horseman' " ' ( , ,
$3 .TO' stupefy ' -
34 Spanish title of respect.'-
36 Head dress ot a bishop
23 Lair'- i" "' ; v '" : ;';'v ;v'.
Start at nigHt -
Most colds start in the chest at
night: " Every hour you let them
run adds Ho the difficulties.
- Cold means "congestion. In the
old 'days' our - grandmothers' ap
plied liniments or mustard ' The
modern way is red pepper. , It so
excels the old way that you will
never use' anything else' when you
know it.
' Nothing else creates such con
centrated, such penetrating' heat.
And. heat that doesn't hurt. Ting-ling-heat
comes-instantly. In three
minutes' It ieems to- penetrate to
the depths.
- Soreness, departs; circulation is
started, congestion is relieved. Ypu
know at once that tht cola is be-
iag effectively combated. : f - .
' A cold la the chest calls f or Red
Pepper Rub, The' sooner you : ap
ply v it the n nicker, tho.r trouble
ends;- The relief will : seem. like
niaglc.but it comee from .the mod-,
era, scientific way to deal with;
chest congestions- l-- i ; --'7-..
, Yon' do yourself -Injustice.. If you
do not have' Bed Pepper Rub ever
at you r hand r..-Noth lug . else a
your command does what this 'can'
do. Aad such situations demand
the utmost help. .
' pr1-! eft-
1
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... . . .
Gmm
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omorrow)-
40-"A snake . ' - .
4 4 ! Pertaining to marriage
4$; Ungraceful - - ' ''
50 Longitude. ab.) . .
5 2 1 Trade ' mark Vi' 's -' 7. - -.
53 A' small Insect ' . '
5'PTiTOeBt';;;;";.;;;
57- Equip' A . -7 : .
59 Sole f -:'7: v'- 'V;v:"f .'i'
61 .'A tiresome child' ; V'
62' To f pierce"; V vj : l' 'r- :-:
3 An . astringent fruit " r
65 .Turf v;'; -: ' .
67 Verb 4 ..."l. ' . "
6 $ f A distress - signal ' ' - : 1
6 9 AoristT( ab; ) -" ':'':'7 V ' ;
71 Man's nickname " " -73;Verb-.'"'
V;- v; t
t3aau? n Peb F4it : shrd hrldls
' ' Answer to Sunday's nazle
(Answer to yesterday V pnzile)
""" T -T,;"t! T'. . 4. '' !
g f "1 j "lJ o ja rlaf 'i
I v a
CBCAHl
SaALH
Heads.
In. Colds or Catarrh , -S
. . The way to - clear the head
quickly is' with Ely's Cream Balm:
Apply it in the nostrils and breathe
It "The fumes "are 'antiseptic:
They combat the germ attack.
The head is clearedT the" inflam
mation Is" subdued, the .' whole
trouble is checked' at once. ' :'
; Internal treatments- deal- only
with results.'" They rh slow Com
bat -the germs where they attaete.
End the' misery, stop "the cold, s
Ask your druggist for a bottle
Of ElyV Cream' BaTm .Get Its
rhick relief: That is the f right
way with iv head cold' or catarrh,
PTJBI4C NO.TICE3
r!,vioriTar "i" p op?'p t . .
Cleared
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IM-
PROVE NEBRASKA AVENUE
; FROM CAPITOL STREET TO
FIFTEENTH STREET.' H ;
; Notice is hereby girea that the
Common Council, ot - the City ; ot
Salem, Oregon, deems It necessary
and expedient and hereby declares
its purpose and ; intention, to- Im
prove Nebraska. A?enuef rom the
east line of Capitol Street to the
east' line of Fifteenth'- Street,
at: the expense of ' the abutting
and f adjacent property, except
lag the street and alley intersec
tion, the expense of - which will
be assumed by the City of Salem,
by -bringing said portion of said
avenue . to the established grade,
constructing cement concrete
curbs, and paving said portion of
said avenue with a six inch, cement
concrete' ravement'24 ,fee4 wide
in! accordance wlth thet plans,
specifications and estimate! there
for, " which were adopted Tby. the
Common Council March 16, 1925;
now." on file in" the" of flee' of the
pity Kecorder and 4lch said
plans, specifications and estimates
ard bereby referred to and made
a" part of this notice. ' V- - .
" 1 Written remonstrance may, be
filed with the City 'Recorder of
said" City against the above pro
posed , improvement 'within ten
dayp from the' final5 publication
hereof.. - v '
: The. : Common , Council hereby
declares its purpose and intention
to make the above- described im
proyement by 'and - through' the
Strectr Improvement . Department
of the City, cf sale:..,' .
By. f -Icr otthe c; ni C""-1-
tii March u,:.i:z. ' ' -;
;H! JI.-PCrLSTZN,-;
!i '-'City. I' -:-r J-r'',:
of-fir?t pu liCa:.!:a fc-. - J
il Ilarcli 10,' 252--. --' ' -
:M..", ; "I' --n:i-r:
a ta t
tB.ti:. v.j ...w ml,.iiiMmt Hen
Local Rates For
Classified Advcrtisin
Daily r Sunday
On time-..
3 centa perwot
Three times...
5 centa per word
Six time -: : 8 cenU per wort
One Month, daily and -
Sunday 20 eenta per word
Im otder to earn 'the more than one
time rate, advertisement Btuit run in
eonaeeutiT isanee. -
- No ad taken for leas than S3 centa.
Ada run Sunday only charged at
one-time rate. ....
- Adrertiiementa (excep 4Peron;
ala"' and 'Situation Wanted") will
be taken Ter the telephone if the
adrertiaer Is" . aubacribers to phone.
The Statesman will-receire adTer
tisement nt any .time ot the day or
night. To insure proper eiatsmca
tions ads should lit la before 7 p. m
TEZXFBOHB 83 or '83
Hcney ta Loan
. ., On Seal Estato
' T; yOBO-J" "
(Ortr ldd Bnsh Bank)
bxtoks to? IjEatb' tott. izcaa
... OS Oln J.X
- Insured PiiJCri-jr ;
PV..." iVl TUxlra A Se&dzieka. ' 8.
Bank Bid., y-V
w - -'
The Luttierarx Settle--
.'v ' ment Bixreaa V J f j
HOITESEESTEB AND BOMESELLTa
Oregon Incorporated
SMftors A Insurance. Phone 10 IS
Victor Sckaeider, 8cy. J Eooas 4-5 S
: ..... -D'Arcy Bid." . . i - -8
AUTOMOBILES
Storage : ? r
rirs proof nUiler. ir and a'sM
rriee, , per montS. 1998 H. Cp
!: . Texan rnrac.- " '- - -1-iStt
narri
ItoU
bohzjellAb auto, wbeokoso oo. "win
buy yoer old ar. Eighest essh price
poll. - 10U. M. OomiBorclal By l ilM
HOTICE ' 8ALKV ATJTO WltZCKINO
- O, stow open- for buslnosa, ' 3e our
prices tJora. sellins; or bmytne. 402 . St
Charch 8U Phono a 159. Boa. Phono
IMS-H - I-jSltf
auto HEPAiKiira a
CALiU : AT THE SHAMROCK GARAGE
and get estimates on your auto repair
i work.- Wi will save yoo. totmeyi- Ail
work rnoranteed. Klgh ond day wr
Tiee. 833 iliUer . uommerciai, rnooe
1J43-M. ' - - -aia
ATJTO TO"tjS .
8
FOB "WINT'EIl' : 'raCMS0RSS--Orrtia
Work, oto, eo UaiV ill State.
'i a- ........ . ,i f.f?,0tf
POR RENT
PKnrrro carm, bizb 1" bt t4
wordinr To Beet." crio 10 eeats
BOT78S AW-APATMXSrT-PHOITB
' FOR RENTrP.enta 5
APARTMENTS : KENT . BEASONABLf
' 05 Hortk.Hick.' ' - . v 5-m85
prrKXiSHED APARTMENTS ADULT 3.
755 Perry St. S-m26
rOK BENT APABTMJENTS 91 V.
. commercial. ;
PltftNlSHEQ APABTEXT 1335 -SUto
APARTMENTS JOS N. COTTAGE. 6a tf
NICELY FIJBNISHKD APABTMENT
. lor j-ent. 8 rooms, . heat., pi-irate bath.
aown stairs, 1133 court St. 't-misti
A TWO-BOOM FEPJilBHED FLAT FOB
- ndnita. ' lirt;e- front room, large kiteh-
, on, - nodors and finished in .whato. Bath
142ii, Church SU; Street car comer.
! ' - - . "i," 5-m27
TP TOTJ- WANT BXTTEBf PUBNJSHEI.
nicer' nxrnnod. ond clanev - apart.
-1 ntnta, aee the Paton AporTsents,
down town district. Csli,' lattoa'
book Htore. - . o-mitr
wLl KURNISHEQ HRATEI , ROOMS
. with rpt'rbmii34-iilBmtuarri
5. ROOMS PART FCltXISHElrMOlJESy
clean a"d location, April 1st $35.00
month. Fone 659-J, 'em35
MODERN ; OFPICB ROOMS GROUND
floor. Home, Realty Co,, 169 S. High.
' ' - . -a4
- .-FOR RENT Uousea 'V V
FIVE ROOM HOUSE 348 N. SUMMER
Phono 1480-nu- . ... . .7-m25
COZf THREE - ROOM r COTTAGE 9
Cottage. - . T-m25
FUENI8HEJ OR CNEURNI8HEO, KEW
loar-room. nouse. t-none nan. i-m'ii
FIVE. ROOM HOUSE "MODERX EX'
. cept furnace, 846 .North Front.' t Appfy
- laiS Jefferson or phono 727.. " ,7ai29
rUKNJSKED 7 ROOM MODERN House,
rrre, rsrden, 1659 Courh , I nature
Mrs. Robert . CrawfordV 1629. Court:
1206.T. - 7-m26
FOR iniscellaneoai 8'
WELL, ROTTED FERTILIZER FOB
sale; Phone 2030-M. 8m26
HONETBEE8 AND QUEENS . WORK.
casn or snares.. i'iune 815. . 8-a21
FOR SAlXXHEAP-MAJTIOaAXr.BHia.
wirk:. Original price f 320. Phone
17&0W4.- -n28
POR SALE CHEAP,? A FINE LOT OP
doors and. windows, arhl about 20.000
feet of second hand lumber. For In
formation coll W. T. Rigdon. 8m24tf
CASH.REGIST-rOARAGB TYPE ad
T
iiiM. ne. . merit ice, ' ti A. Kb-
Jiutt, Marion Apartments. ' 8-m25
SELL-US TOUR USED FURNITURE
J. u. sstiu ruraitur Co. Used lioodi
Dent, onpnsit ennrt hoas.''- S-m'Z2it
"Where aretiie'raaicaW of ve-
teryear?" asks a magazine writer.
They are itandlng pat: but thev
are called reactfoiiarles now
.The most hnman vav n t-nl
murderers wodld be
In- three days. Tbf KhorV vr.iiri
- ' nvFU.U
dO If. . : "' .V- ' ..'V ; ,
r
r
i ' . - cf tAJcr threat U f
v .' -tr.C:4 ty tUvtrf i r-;
shipment. Prieoo Ptt ofT ;'.-.s..
- Richard .Kymnn.: i.U -..
. Incton. " m
FRU1X TREES
Bar
Special priees on all lines thia woosv,
Perry. - " m29'
". s 4L.E--SMAI.il BIXCK LOTZ-tAR-
' .h.re" Hood Brothers. Chstnber of .
(mercdC-. Portlnnd, Pro, o nS ; -
PBWTED CARDa 81ZB 14" BT H'a - -eSrelu
fetatoomna men
Ground iioor, -- ------
OeirtlO ir7V15 r
book or two fcookn for 25, cents, t .4
man office, S5 oU , Oww; ; f
''fialein. . : . - o-'-'1"
Xrespeis' Noticca
- - For s!3 -' -;!';
' ropoi Kotloon, auov 14 Hches
t inet.a, printed on rod 10 oub
eahraaa bearing tho worio, "J.otieo
- Hereby Gie-ea That Trepoiif , H
- "trietly Forbidden On Theeo Pre- "set
. Under Penalty Of Proooenticni." X riot
-16o each or two for J5e, tuUst
pnbliahin Company, . fialem, ., Citron,
VETCH AXD GRAIJI JVSD CS5AT HAY
routo 8, -box 67. 8-mlatf
FOB SALE OLD NEW PAT "3. II
i oonts a bundle. CireaU; an dk?ruii4
. Orcgoa Btoteamn -. -
.t - "And oieVoi "other Oreeon" ot- to
, 4otaM wit a Cno oo'Ioca ot n iilot""'
tooga. ucfod oonrs and many old tio .
. fAtoriton,; t-5'i -t.. ',-.n.f -l --
:'r ::'Ci'ii-atTTioci oi-,.:
. XhPoil ved ltt "o.unt!re ksl - -'-
JbapeoinJly -odaptnhlo foroohoo
smnity or homo singing. ; -poa. for ,
Western icntoii u'
U it third odltioa
' ORiaON TEACHERS KONT341
-lift 0 fWwnaeiU lww.- tl
NrmsERir exocii ;
CUTHBBRT RED RASPBERRiT"- Plants.
Phone- 8FoV ;; ..- .. t v - ..... 6a-ag 1 .
" ""'7 v.'-'i--' ", . .
- Prune Trcc -'v-
- ' Coata ImproTed French.-: 8 to 4 ft.
8e; 4 to 6 iU, IOct to a ft;, 15e.
- ltaliana same price. .Fruit and-walnut
trees. Phone 114QM, High and Ferry.
FruitUnd guraery..-' - 8-l35ti
Willamette Ycllsy
Nursery-: v.;.
' 7m n fa)otynrd nt 861 Court itr
at Kennedy a paint ohop. oppooito 1 ..
: aiek.'o. atore. All kinds ol fnit and u
sieea.-- Dr. Beeo'a ! Ixeneh- prno nJ
- - pecinlty.- Offieo phono 1815. v- -. ;
. , 105F5. Jelf Math is, prop. - t-dl4tl
INSPECTED" SEED v POTATOES 'TO
-early planting. Netted Gems for table.
. use.' Mnat -bo satisfactory or -money
. i wiil b refunded. Tew-Peirlr Groeery;r
; Market, 70S & 12th St. Phono 0.
- i
VBTXBIHABIAJtj-w. BB. PATTERS 3
. Phono 80E8-W. , . . a-d30st.
IBED U W. IiANOBr BTESrABIAK-
"-Vffieo 430 8. Oonunorotal, Fhonn liri
Res. Phone - ,4
i,
WOOp FOR 71
FOBT-JJBT " WOOD : CALL - 77F2. ILalJ
16 : XSCH.- PARTLY - DRT OLD"" FIR
Also dry oolc. second growtli. Huoi
fleofe Bros. Phono-652.. ll-27
DRT SLAB" WOO D"AWD SECOifD rrowtt
- for oaloc Phono iI-A3i.
WOODSAWTNO KENT-- BROS, UO
.- ssors to Jvdd chmidt . Phono 142.
o i- v " " , ' ll-mtl '
16-INCH OLT yiB-.SSCOSI'GOVrTa
" oakr and ash. Phono 19F3. M. J. May.
i Jield. " "J ' " -,ll-fl8d
- i-f ; JilLLMAH FUELt-COw-
BEST GBAD3 OP.WOOrH-..;:.
'! - . 4 t and. 16 inch,
..." . Dry U wood. , . -;.7.':.
'", Green .bjUI wood..
, ...C'.. '. - lry second growth, fir. ""
'jttWaj , Dry and ld fir. .
Prompt, dalivory and roaoonnblo ffieo.
280 South Church. Phono 1548 llinStV
BIST SECOND GEOWTH XT3
tK Call -41 Cf. ' - : .
1 WAJfTET--. Craploj-ment 13
DRESSMAKIXG LADIES' AND Chll
ereu's clothes.. Also-men'a fancy shirts
1483 Fir. . - ' '. 13-m2
FOR GARDEN' PLOWING AJD ' TF. Kit
fAKTrn Jtttiicnllaneons 7x3 "
WANTED SECOND HAND Tele'-ne.
Meyers, Rout 3. Box 118. ' 13 -t 24
HI9HEST PRICESf PAID FOT. Uf i!D
Stoeee- tooln: furnitnre v tJ ' r.
v Dept., opposite court house. - 13-iu. it
WANTED PRIVATE VLOSZ.T 173
fern loans. Wo Wto Terst .
- t'9i-a ,hof- l ,- , A x a.
Inc.. SOS Oregon ,wuig. .. - la v -
CASH PAID TO it "PALaa t-
dental 'i, pjatinum - ond -
t;
Ooh Otsego, Miehigsn. I3aij
WOG32RY TUSiACCriCi: " 3
TVPI8TS TO TTPS ACTHO
nenpto, oparo t'-oe, ox-erient (
ry.- Ty-ist fc-rrics - ai-. lu,
"n Ft.. Ncwt.v , y. -, , 1
7
help 7AXtzd::
-S-.3
VOiinCL'TT! iJWi i(..2tJ Cf
- whae fir. - fall 2 9i"4.
WANTKD -MErENCEX "
Blalo and Fenalo
WANTED MAN AND WIFE TO V,
II EN 3 WANTED--PlIO:E 6a. -
21 -,
RiiODE I&LAND r-
, -r v.ii
cs- AND
FC3 BAI ECHAT-IIIVT r
1 3 rr
-if
IS. L-iD8 eri-rr
"toy crocks. 13
. ...
-N. 16th str
J rta..
ri-.
f
.1
two years.
53 S Ilzl.'cca Ave. New York, N.Y.