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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OttEJON
TUESDAY MORNING; APRIL 14, 1025
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We have the youngj
Suits that are distinctive. ' The fabrics
are entirely new ancj rather striking in
The young men we
will get a lot of joy
wearing our sort of garments.
G-'Ef. Jotinson & Co
AT THE THEATERS TODAY
Oregon Lon Chaney in "He
Who Gets Slapped.". : -i
Liberty4-"The Gold Fish"
with Constance Talmadge.
Biigh Marionettes and j
'..;! "Lawless Men." !
Held for Investigation V I
I;; ! E. H. Anson was arrested by
Officers James and Davis at the
Southern Pacific station Sundajy
night because of a disturbance
yij I raised upon a train. He was r-
leased Monday morning.
10 Inch Dry Slab Wood . '
Prompt delivery, f Spaulding
Logging Co. -Phone 1TJ30' aI5
IVesby tery to Me-t- ;
! Representatives of the Presby
terlan churches in thie Willamette
valley will be held at MllljCItjy
Tuesday and Wednesday, Carl If.
Smith, chief audi ton of the state
highway department. ' will, reprd
sent the First Presbyterian church
ot Saiem. Betweegt 60 and 75
representatives are Expected at ths
' meeting. Rev. Ward Willis Lcn i
and Secretary C. A. Kells of th s
Salem YMCA will attend. ' Re.
C. Stanley Knott-is pastor; of th
; Phone 511 T 1
DR. B. II. WHITE i
BactroBte DlicnftrtJ and Treatment
CD. Abns's method) I
Office none SSf er 469-J
IM 17. 8. Suk Side.
LADD & BUSH, Bankero
V'V .EsiabliLhcd 1808' li-.'-
General Bailking Business -
Office Hoirs fromj
Are Keady f
Tn .MnvA . ,
Call on us, for. we have pddded Vans and Fleece-lined
covers for your furniture
. J ?i. .'
uu iurnnure movers. :
We also handle Brooder Stoves, - Furnace
, r Coals and Diamond Briquettes ;
Also have A-Star-A. Shingles for $3.25 per Thousand
Larmer Transfer &
; I L:. ; Storage Goi g-
j i' 1 h L, ,L 9 y- - , .. - . -
;.:; V ' L. k. . I
men's ideal suits.
clothe this spring
Mill City (Presbyterian church,
where the delegates will meet
Auction sale or - j i
I Very high class household furni
ture, including antiques, rare old
dishes, bric-a-brac -and lovely
draperies, fugs, etc., Thursday
next 459 Oak street, 1:30 p.- vn
Mrs. Ruby Flint Hughes, owner.
F. N. Woodijy,. auctioneer. al4
Tennis Fan to Meet -
I . The Salem Tennis association
will meet tonight at the Chamber
of Commerce. Plans for the sea
son will be discussed. All mem
bers of the organization and all
others interested are urged to be
present. . -
Valley Grilt ;
Open all night after April 15th.
V,:-X: i a-ntf
Play I Presented-
1 PnpHs of the 'Keizer school
were warmly received when they
presented "Deacon Dubbs." . The
cast ' had 'Yecelved considerable
practice' during, the past weeks
and they played their parts well.
Following took part in the play:
Marion Matthes,rGeorge Settle
x&Ier, Glen Savage, Oordon Bow
den, Howard r Erans, " Margaret
Wells, Vivian Adams, , Lulu Mc-
Xadlae Free '
; Thomu Bret. Jmxx Bead: Orcieetre,
: Full of life ead Vp(
SATUEDAT WIGHT x
'Skating, Skating, Skating
! AT I)REAM1ANI);
j;; "i '
Thursday; Friday, Saturday
id a. nu to 3 p. m.
and piano. First class piano
I , ! .. . . ... .
Clay, Claudia Settlemler and Lu-
cile Cummings. ; Mrs. jAlbee Mar
tin, ; principal, i assisted by Miss
Georgia Albee, Mrs. HElflicker and
Miss Cone. K I
Dance : r i ;
Co'e MeElroy's orchehtra, Thurs
day, April 16, Crystal Gardens, al 6
Police Conrt Keport-
3Por driving! on the
of the street H. C. Ortrim
fine of S5 to Police Judge
paid : a fine of $2
C. E. Mil-
cigarettes. C. !Hall and
ligan forfeited - $10
eachj had placed with
For Sale Cheap
At the i Certified ; Piiblic Motor
Car! rMarket. I A superior model
Chevrolet Touring, thoroughly re
conditioned, including k new paint
job. I See this Vt bio
bk north of
Fined for Act .
R. E. Coates and A.
toii, Dallas residents.
arrested on charges, of disorderly
conduct, were fined f 1
terday by police Judge
0 each yes
A chimney fire called the fire
department to 630 North Com
mercial street Monday morning.
No damage was reported, j:
Beautiful Home 4
17000. Brand new and every
thing you, want Including radio
and cedar closets. Reason for sell
ing1. Fairmount hill. , Becke , &
Hendricks. U. S. Bank Bldg. al2tf
Building Permit. Issued i i '
- A. J; Jacobg-was issued a bulld
Ingf permit esteTday by City Re
corder Poulaent. to. erect a dwell
ing, at 990 North Church at an
estimated cost of $5750,
Housn Hansacked -
: ,: Dan J.' Fry, Jr. reported Id the
police yesterday that ' his house
had been 'ransacked during the
absence of members of the house
holds Officers Investigated the
robbery c- and" reported - nothing
T art Tin tt TTniveFaAl-M "
Stove show. II. J4 3tlff Furni
ture Co. -f al4
Ballot Hearing Today " ;
The hearing of the proposed bus
measure ballot title, objected to
by the county courts of Marion and
Linn county, f will be held at-. 11
o'clock, this morning. Attorney
General I. H. Van Winkle was in
formed Monday. The hearing was
scheduled for Friday. .
Caeccr Removed " ' ;:
Yesterday , by use of medicine.
Dr. Ston -removed a large cancer
fromUhe fo"t-head of L. M. White
of Salem. - 11 a-14-
SvdnuninzTAwards Offered "
Swimming activities are starting
at the YMCA jth an opportunity
of : earning' a badge or. emblem
showing the degree pt proficiency
, c TO INTO EMATIO W
ABOUT BAIXJLOjLD TKIT S
V(f Phone 727.::J
hedcced suxnrcn tjltes
, , . TO CALIFOHXIA
BY PICKWICK STAGES
San FraBcSavw, one way. f 13.60
Round Trip, $30.00 '
Los Angeles, one way, (27.S3
Hound Trip, 50X0
fascial Rates to Parlies of
Eight or More
Tet Xsfonnstlon asd Heserra
Uozs phess 96, or call at :l
CE-rmAi etaci3 gTm?.nr?Aii
: U 7 K
Here la food, rall&ble, usA
cnumtlti family car:
ZaU 1919 OtkUnd ' Sedan.
God Una aad In good me
SEE IT TOD AT!
In the art. J Regular classes will
be organized, which will give
everyone a! chance to earn the
credits. Later on. contests be
tween the different classes will
be started and! other swimming ac
tivities will be sponsored.
Last Hay of Universal
Stove showi H. L. Stiff Furni
ture Co. ! al4
Two Teams; t4 Compete
The Krazy Kats and the Gnmps
will tangle for honors in baseball
at a future jdate, . according to
plans of BobNBoardman at the
YMCA. The first team is for boys
1 5 years of age who are large, and
the. other teajm is organized; by
boys who are small for their age;
Vocal Concert l
Mrs. Carrie Chase,
reader. Christian church Tuesday
April 14. j 1 - . al4
Boys' Chortto Entertained
. E. Cooke Patton entertained the
Salem Boys chorus at their regu
lar meeting lat night with tricks
of the hand.! In addition two reels
of motion pictures were shown.
Previous to the entertainment the
bays rehearsed singing.
Elderly Man ; Injured
J. W. . Rodgers, age ' 50, ! ware
houseman, wai " taken to the Sa-
with a : fractured
afternoon when he
fell froril a (Ford truck while en
deavoring to keep some boxes and
barrels from rolling off. No se
vere external injuries were receiv
ed by the man although he suffer
ed from concussion of the fall and
the head injuries. The probable
chances of recovery are good, it is
Btated. The Golden Ambulance
service made a quick run to the
hospital with the injured man.
Can Yon Use
A large home. Here's 8 rooms
plastered and bath, loada of good
bearing fruit and large garden;
fine place for chickens, garage.
Vacant at 1595 North Church;. on
large east front corner lot close
to car and i school. Any respon
sible family can buy like rent right
now. Vacant today. Becke &
Hendricks, U. S. Bank Bldg. al2tf
Visits Daring Week-End- .
W. A. Long, physical, director
and instructor at the Silrerton
high -school, was a Salem visitor
during the week-end. Besides be
ing coach of athletics, Mr. Long Is
well known for bis vocal talent.
Doctored All Winter, Finds Relief
"I doctored! all winter and.it
didn't help a bit, but Foley's Hon
ey & Tar Compound was just;the
thing for my , cough and cold,"
writes Mr. Henry Daniel, Berrys
burg, Penn.! "Foley's Honey V Tar
Compound Is one of- the largest
Belling; cough I- tiedlcine - In ; the
world. ; Contains no opiates -In4
gredients are printed on-each car
ton. Good for old and young. Re-,
fuse substitutes. . Insist upon
Foley's. Adv. I f..
Packs Injured lArm , i i ; f ; .
X Wallace Hug, son of George H.
Hug, superintendent of ; city
schools. Is packing.his arm in a
sling since he fell from a bicycle
while rounding a"corner recently;
v Deputy State! Forester Conemil
ler and Benjamin J. Klmber, Mar
lon county YMCA executive, were
in ! Silvertonj last night where Mr.
Conemiller addressed the Silverton
Pioneer clubs on, God's Great
Outdoors," an illustrated Itcture.
A Rich Piece of Bottom Land 4,
For sale, AH miles from Salem
on easy terms. Room 205 Oregon
bldg. F, N' Derby, owner. 15
Annual Ifpctinjc Called ' . i
The s annual V meeting of - the
board r of directors f the Salem
YWCA will; be held this mornlag
at the YWCA. headquarters. The
psual business of. the meeting will
be considered and routine-matters
discussed. Mrs. J, J. Roberts Is
president. " - -"
Deputy Recovering:. " ' -
Roy Bremmer, deputy sherlft
has now practically " recovered
from a severe attack of influenza
which has kept him at home fpf
over a week. ' " '
Last Day of TJnlversaJ - ; y
Stove show, i H. L. Stiff Furni
ture Co. '. - ' al
. . - 1 - . ?t : .'.
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Nino Licenses Issued . ;.
Salem was well represented In
the marriage licenses that were
issued by-the county clerk Satur
day and Monday, with nine local
people listed , The licenses were
taken out by Walter Holman of
Salem and Mildred Norris of Tnrr
ner; Paul If. Brown and Naomi
Whalen, both of Salem; Clark
Johnson of Tillamook and Annetta
Earle of Salem: Charles H. Elrey
and Louella A. Zozell, both of
Smith, botb of Salem; - Clarence
I. Cook of Toledo and Ruth Young
of Salem. (The last two couples
were married by John T. Hunt,
county judge. . - .
Velma Mitchell charges her hus
band with -having forcibly taken
their child from her and that he
intended to! accuse her of infidel
ity, in two 'affidavits filed in cir
cuit court yesterday. ; She recent
ly made an! affidavit for support
money; ; which was answered by
the statement that ha was unable
to get the money. She now states
the man has property valued at
$5,000. .! She also states the child
is not receiving proper treatment,
having onijj the company j of her
husband an an uncle. , -
Furniture Packing . j ; h
A specialty. H. L.. Stiff Furni
ture Co. - i al4
Relieves! Cough IJke Magic
"FOLEY3 HONEY AND TAR
COMPOUND; Is the only cough
medicine that ever gave me relief.
It works on a congh or cold like
magic," writes Mr. George Forse,
3766 Bigelow Blvd., Chicago, 111.
Contains no opiates. Good for
old atid youhK. FOLEY'S HONEY
& TAR COMPOUND is one of the
largest selling congh medicines in
the world. -Jin demand over fifty
years. , Insist upon FOLEY'S.
Refuse substitutes. -Adv.
Clarence W. Thompson, ex-teller
of the. state treasurer's officf
who 'was sentenced to nine years
in the statej prison for misappro
priating state funds, was photo
graphed Monday and had his ber-
tillon measuremets taken. He will
be assigned to work - in the yard
today. Warden A. ,M. Dairy m pie
said, probably the flax mill!. Later
Thompson may be given a place
in the prison office. I
Item of Interest .
Exactly 100 years after George
Washington j married the Widow
Curtis, the richest woman In all
the 13 colonies, the state of Orffn
gon was j admitted to the; union,
according to thei bulletin ' of the
Chamber of Commerce. t I
Membership Committee :
Col. Carle Abra'ms, George F.
Arbuckle and George Vick were
appointed on the membership
committee of! the Chamber of Com?
merce for this week, according to
announcements made yesterday, i
MflKter .Plumbers i IneludI
. - The. Salem . Chamber of Com
merce can now boast of member
ship of the
master plumbers of
the city, according to announce
ment made yesterday, by '. T. ' M.
Barr. j : Due to the efforts ' or Mr.
Barr, four new" members were se
cured for the organization - during
the past week. The master plumb
ers are T. Mj Barr, J. A. Bernard!,
D. F. Dohertr. A. t Godfrey, Gra
ber Brothers J. B. Nathman, Nel
son Brothers, and Pratt & Ras
trussen. They say the story of
how the plumber went to work
and then bad to go back for mora
tools is now declared old stuff.
.A. unique jservice , fp; commem
orate the 400th anniversary of the
New Testament Into English by
Dr. Tyndall will be held at Kim
ball School of Theology chapel
this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Drs.
McCormlck and Riddle - will give
addresses, Ai pleasing feature will
be the unvefling of a beautiful oil
painting of "The Man of Sorrows"
which has been 'presented j to the
school by thjsrtfstMrs Fransetta,
Drake of Portland. The publie
will ' be cordially welcomed to
these exercises.' ,,; - A".-' -; . -V
n. Ilirbmnn i Return
Dr. Eugene HiBkmsnt; presi
dent of - Kimball college, and his
father; Rev. 0. William Hickman,
returned yesterday from Portland
wherfthey? have engaged In an
evangelistic Cfnsad n the Cen
tral' Methodist chureh fer the past
two! weeks.-v a8 afresult of their
efforts 3 S. candidates were bap
tized, on ; Easter Sunday : and 60
membership in the
church, - with
Id man to b Fft
ceived next Sunday. , The efficient
Just received a new ship-
v nient of genuine !
( j in pint size j
Regular Price $1.50
For one week only at
See our .window for display
.Only at ;
V U DRtO STORE
; Tb.e VeHow Fronf?; . V
l 0 .The' "Penslar : Store "
; 123 Ncrth Ccnraerciil ll
V I-cne 107 ;
pastor of Central church Is Dr.
J, , C. Spencer, former pastor of
Leslie church of this city. Dr.
Hickman and his father conducted
a crusade In the Methodist church
ot Seaside prior. to the crusade in
Portland which resulted in .-40
baptisms on Easter Sunday and
more than two score accessions to
the membership of the church.
Rev. G. William Hickman, a re
tired member of the Minnesota
Annual conference, has recently
purchased a home on South Six
teenth street audi will make bis
future homer In, Salem.
Visit Our t'sfdlFuraitui
Department on High street, op
posite court house.
H. L. Stiff
District Governor Visit "
Frank E. Neer, i district gover
nor of the International Lions;
Merrill D, Ohling. Rev. Martin
Fereshetian. Rufe White, C. F.
Giese and Stanley Lainson visited
the Independence Lions den Mon
day noon. E. Cooke Patton was
also a guest and furnished enter-'
tainment with his legerdemain. .
Birth Certificates Filed
j Elgin Eugene Baidinger is the
name given to the baby boy born
to Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Baidinger
of 1156 South Thirteenth on April
12; May Susie Du Rette was born
to Mr.-and Mrs. F. R. Du Rette of
Gervais1 on March 25; Donald Ed
ward Frey is the name given to
a! son born to Mr. and Mrs. John
E. Frey at the Willamette sani
tarium' on March 30, while Har
riet Hawkins is the name given
to the. baby girl, born to Mr. and
Mrs. Harrison Hawkins at the Sa
lem hospital April 5.
Cody Wins Race
j Cody Evans, Salem motorcycle
rider and racer of the Harry Scott
agency, riding a Harley Davidson
motorcycle won in the big meet
at - Vancouver. , Wash., Sunday,
taking the two-mile event in 4
minutes, 9 1-5 second;
Attend Portland! Banquet
The annual Jefferson day ban
quet in Portland last night attract
ed a number of prominent local
democrats. Among those making
the trip from" Salem were Govern
or Pierce, W. A. Delzell,' private
manri a rw r thtk .nvernnr .r G
r ' w . i
Levens, suite proniDiiion commis
sioner; A. M.. Dalrymple warden
of the penitentiary; W. ErCrews,
state corporation commissioner;
Will Moore, state Insurance com
missioner; E. E.-Bragg, state in
dustrial accident commissioner,
and George A. Codding, of the
A Good Thing DON-T MISS IT
Bead rour- nm and ddreaa plain)?
written, together1 with 5 eanU (and thia
Iip) to Chamberlain Itedicina Co..
Moinea, Iow, and Tctre in rttvra trial
paekara oonuioine CHAMBERLAIN'S
OOCGH REMEDY for eovglia. eolda.
ereap, broncbial "flu" and whooping
eoaa-h, and tiekUng thrott; CHAMBER
LAIN'S TABI.KT8 tor atomacb troublea.
indlgeatkia, gMf pina tbt crowd tb
heart. biIionaa and CQQitipatioa; also
CHAMBERLAIN'S SALVE, seeded In ev
ery family for . burns, scalds, wounds,
piles and . skia affections; these valued
family medicines for only S lenta. Dgn'l
NELSON' In this city April 13.
Jonathan Nelson,, age 82. He
was a member of Sedgwick post
, GAR, and of the IOQF of Iowa.
Remains are at the RIgdon
mortuary. Funeral announce
MQSER In this city April 13, N.
D. Moser, a resident of Tenlno.
Wash. Besides his widow, Mrs.
Llla Swafford Moser (a former
Salem resident, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs.' E. J. Swafford)
Mr. Moser leaves four children.
Marjorie, David, patty and Dlx.
Remains will be sent from the
' Rigdon 'mortuary to Tenlno on
Tuesday April 14, where fune
ral services will be held Wd
nesday, April 15, 3 p. m. -
- Salem, Ore.
brings - to this community the reliable
known in Portland. 1
Our system is modern in all respects and we are prepared
to supply correctly fitted glasses at moderate prices.
WE STAND BACK OF OUR WORIC
. Corner State and High
Water Rates InrreAsed -I
The Salem Water; Light & Pow
er company has filed with the pub
lic, service commission . a new
schedule for water rates for con
nections, that are. not In use. for
more than nine, consecutive
months.;. A sur-chargel of 20, per
cent 'will be charged to the regu
lar, rates. Connections in ' .this
class will be classed, as temporary
connections. . The cost of install
ing and making the necessary tem
porary connections must be paid
by the customer. . : b
Receives Injuries ; ' ' : "
j Mrs. c; Smith of Topa, Cal., $uN
fered Injuries to her nose Sunday,
when the automobile In which she
was riding was turned over on
the Pacific highway near the tu
lip; farm. The accident occurred
when two cars were 'crowded "to
gether by an alleged "roadhog,"
who continued on his
seeing the car go' intbi
Lions - Visit. Independence
; Salem- Lions motored to Inde
pendence yesterday to j meet with
the' Lion Dn there for; their reg
ular, meeting. . Rev. Martin Fere
shetian, local attorney knd pastor
of, the Unitarian church presented
ari address on the 'Industrial Fu
ture of the Willamette Valley."
About 10 Lions were in the party.
Justice Rand to Speak - '
Justice John L. Rand, of the
Oregon supreme court, will deliver
the main address at the! Unitarian
church, Sunday, April 19, which
has been designated as ( "Patriots'
Day" by decree of, Governor Walt
er M. Pierce. It will commemo
rate the 150th anniversary since
the battle of Lexington, when the
shot of freedom was heard 'round
thei world. I
1 .SgS. 1
Unreserved 19 Rrjomed
w It) t
TODAY, APRIL 14, 10 A.M.
626 South Capitol Street, near Oak St.
,?lea,1 Pr0Derty consisting-of 19-Roomed Apartment Tlonso
with double garage, 2 baths and toilet, electric lights and ras;
with very large lot. toi be sold without reserve to highest bidder,
on following terms: I Purr hnaor in a
. MA M. " !
81 1 'terest Payable in 2 4
, " . rc" ""icriy win De soia ai z o dock sharp.
J rersonal PropertyrllO a. m. 9 beds with springs and mat
tresses; 6 dressers; S heaters, 2 colled; 5 gas ranges; 9 larse
rugs and 7 small rugs; hail runner and stair carpet; a quantity
of good linoleum: 6 hole Monarch" Malleable range; 7 oak rock
ers; 16 dining chairs; large Hoosier kitchen cabinet In oak;
medium sized Hoosier kitchen cabinet In oak; 2 other kitchen
cabinets; . large china cabinet; 8-day mantel clock; antique
wa.nut hall tree, marble top; 2 antique marble top stand tables;
antique walnut Ridfhn rd - rnxirar vr
irons; wardrobe; S fall leaf tables', round oak extension table;
jaise jarumieres ana nouse plants; 3 oak library tables;
dishes; kitchen utensils, rake, shovel, hoe, axe, fruit Jars, hand
saw, electric light globes, table covers, wash tubs, ironing
boards, boiler, sad irons, clothes basket, pictures, books, stand
table, taberettes, garden hose, three 4-gal. Chinese juga. 2 terra
cotta tile, ladder with-hooka, and many other articles which
space will not permit to advertise.
- j Terms oa Personal! Property Cash. -u
SALE STARTS AT 10 A. M. SHARP ' 1
MRS. WM. RHORT
! f Owner
Woodry Buys Furniture for
FIT YOUR EYES
J Staples ;Op-c::caI
Direct from Carl's GoU--
Guernsey farm, Hubbard
", Milk is produced under ni1
, BiiuiLary conauions. t : imv : i
are . curried, udders wnshfl
j and milk is Jmrnediattly
,; cooled bottled in clean
thoroughly sterilized botiles.
; As our supply U entirely
from our dwn herd av '.an
only supply a limited' inu,i
ber of customors lor we do
not buy milk from various
r Our Guernsey milk ha -flirt
very best flavor and is bigh
. in quality witb a very huh
Pint, per month, ??.rtft.
Quart, per month, $a.C0.
HUBRARI), ORE. '
SALEM PHOXK 1321
Co-eds Plan Carnival
The Co-ed Carnival will bt hM
at Willamette university Saturday,
April 18. The, carnival Is un an
nual affair given by. the pirls o"
the school and to Wch thf boy
are cot invited. The' stunts thi t
year will vary a Kreat deal nnI
will include everything from twm
$1.50 Alarm Clock:
" ' Thia Week Only
Guaranteed One Year ,
Apartment House and
ss VfcafcC XfL w,UVW
years, balance of purchase price
p. x. ivoonnv
Auctioneer. I'lione CI1
Cash or Sells on Commission"
service so well
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BPiIsS Wk1t$ IksiSI Smtlinlttrf l in li im3
nm t... ,r m
Sslen;' John Fr'ZaSr-sscrae1