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WEDNESDAY MORNINGrAPRHrr 1925--
THE 0BEGO1TSTATESMAN," SALEM, OREGON
Plant and Payroll Add to Sa
lem Industries; Wading
Earl Anderson, bookbinder and
executire of the Rodgers Paper
company, explained the intricacies
of the local book-binding plant to
the Kiwanis , club yesterday at
their regular meeting. "
"I hare spent 31 years learning
how to bind books, but few hours
in how to talk about them," was
the introduction of Mr. Anderson,
when he described the up to date
plant that is operated in this city.
The plant brings a payroll of
about $14,000 to Salem, in addi
tion to the several hundred dol
lars paid out in taxes. The total
valuation of the plant' fa' giveh as
$35,000, and the gross earnings
each year is 140,000.
The Kiwanis are .to give the
kids of Salem a wading pool, ac
cording to the .action taken!" They
want the park boatjd of the city to
ge busy and give them' peVmissfdn"
to start actual construction on the
pool. .Under the direction of Fred
Erixon the pool will be finished
shortly. It is suggested that mem
bers of the club-are to don over
alls' and shovel' concrete, aUhmrgtr
the motion, was not acted"up6n-,;i;-
Ladles'j-iy'sht for the Kiwanis
has been Indef inltely postponed
whenaa-opting by the KiwanJa
will be planned. ' . ,r
Visiting kiwanis from McMinn
ville were .present at the meeting
of the Salemclub. They were Ed
ward linden, Bill Hart, and Rev.
I CITY HEWS
" (Continued front pg 5)
state fairgrounds is being consid
ered. If the high Bchool audi
torium is used each ; member of
the senior class will be allowed
to invite only two persons: '
. Californlan Pinchd
. A. R. Brantori, a Californian,
;was arrested and held at the po
lice station last night on" a charge
of drunkenness. He was arrest
ed on? North Commercial street
before he had entered his ' auto-
i I mobile to drfve away.
'lakes Northern Trip .
Jack Cutler, member of the Sa
lem police force, reports having
had a good time on a trip north
to British Columbia during his va
cation. At one time he ran into
a. smallpox epidemic but managed
to escape confinement. He states
he has lots to tell when he. returns
tp Salem. . ? !. " "s
Conference Plans Lir
The Older Boys conference, to
be staged in Salem this week un
der the direction of the' Salem
YAKJA, will bedirected iti part' by
the conference plans committee,
with Cecil Edwards chairman.
George Hester, Dwlght; Adams,
Ivan White, Charles' Hagerman,
Jack Spong and Jack Harbison
are memberg of this committee.
Will Select Site
Members of the board of reg
ents of the Oregon state normal
school will leave here Sunday for
Ashland where they will select
a site for the southern Oregon
normal school. The 1925 legisla
ture appropriated $175,000 for
the re-establishment of- this insti
tution, J. A, Churchill, state sup-
f All Excess Fat
Do you know that thers is a timple, ef
fective, remedy for oxrlttncu. on that
may be, sued safely and secretly ,y any
man or woman who is losing; the slender
n of yonthf It in the tablet Iform of
the now famous Marmola Prescription.
Thoasands of men and women each year
regain slender, healthful figures by using
Marmola Tablets. Tou. too, ran expect
to reduce steadily and easily without ga
ins; through long a ieges f tiresome exer
cise and starratioa diet.. Marmola Pre
scription Tablets are ioltf by all drug
gists the 'world orer at' one dollar box,
or yon can secure thm direct from the
Marmola Co, General Motors Bldg De
troit. Mich-, on receipt of price. Ad.-
We eatry la etcck oyer 115 legal blanks suited to most any' business
transactions., We nay hate jjttst the form you are looking for at a bis
ea vis;: its compare d to ncdeto orfieit6rtiat ' - -
Some of the forms: Contract bf Sale, Road Notice; WQ forms; Assign
n."lt oCEIortgrage, Mortgage! forms Quit Claim Deeds, Abstracts form,
Bia . of. Sale, Bailding Contract, Promissory Notes, Installment Notes,
General Lease, Power of Attorney, Prune Books and Pads, Scale Re
ceipts,, Etc. ; These forms are carefully prepared for the courts and private
use .'Price on forms ranged from 4 cents to 16 cents apiece, and on note
uou-a ixua j 10 au
m3 Statesman Publishing Co.
erintendent of public instruction,
haisl been "etecfedf president of the
Get I Vancouver License
'A, jmarrlage license 1 has been
!sstfejf at VaTicouver to Jyayne -R.
Rqbertson AdLdicHlf Robinson,
both bf Salem. I ;
Sell or Trade-1-
Two counters, one 8 j feet and
one lfc feet in length; one Bowser
12iHgt. oil tank; one hind coliee
mill; jone thread case; 3 1 vegetable
standi. Call today at 796 North
Fifteenth. . ' i ' - ' , r..., a22
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Teachers 111 1 . I '
Twl Salem school teachers will
probaply; return 1 to their classes
next! Monday after 'suffering from
illneM. Miss La : Vina Sheridan of
the Tew Park school" and Mrs.
Herma Fister : are the teachers
who !b;ave been ill. '
OfflJlil Visit 't -
ti-ilbh Budd, president of the
Grajtj Northern i railway system,
pasreq through Salem Tuesday on
arf linspefction tour of the Oregon
Efectric system. Stop were made
at Cqrvallis after the visit here.
Hear lag Today . - .
Dud! Harris and Mack Carthew.
twos iojf the 11 men accused of
ceftttributing to the delinquency of
a minor, will be arraigned' in the
justice! court this morning. for a
preliminary hearing. . j . -: -
Held en Open cua"ge I
' James Tavlor was arrested at
the I Terminal hotel last night - by
Officef Olson and-held for investi
gation at the police station. He
is alleged to have beaten; his way
here' iffom Oregon City on a stage
by hiding In' the rear seat. ;'
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Case Is Dismissed .. ,
'On h notion of the plaintiff, the
divoe' suit instituted I against
Mattle Board man by her husband,
William H. Boardman, has been
dropped. Circuit Judge 1. H. Mc
Mahan signed the dismissal.
Ronaimr Iiov Caueht
Sylvan Marks, aged 16 years,
was br 'ested at the Southern Pa
cific isitation by Officer James and
held at the police station for in
structions from Portland. The lad
admitted that he had run away
from, his home in 'Portland.
D.j C Thorns, former ; county
commlseioner of Linn county.-was
a Salem visitor yesterday. He is
now living in Sciol .
Wj A. White, of Vader, Wash
ington, is visiting his niece, Mrs.
J. T. Hunt, of SalenL .
' MrB.S j. M. Devers', who recently
underwent a ma jos t operalion, is
recovering nicejy; according to re
ports made yesterday. -. .j'
.Virginii Fillon, t former Salem
resident ls planning to visit rel
atives and friends here next week.
W.l M. Pickell, representing a
local ipublishing firm, is in Salem
for a few days. 3 "
C. B Phillips, "local attorney,
was l j Portland visitor yesterday
on basiness. .: j
' Mr.;V. Q. Grant, a resident of
Independence, was in the city yes-terdajr.'-p.
'It V '
Elriio S. White, presideni of the
American " Fidelity ' Investment
complnt,, and Charlesinrt.! Elrey,
' f j DIED f I
BUSSEljL,E Elmer T. Busselle
died at his home, 1184 Court
streets April 2lj! at the age of
47 years. Survived by his wid
ow; Grace Busselle; two sons;
Earl T. and Elbert R., and a
grandson. Earl T. Jr., all of Sa
lem; ilso a mother, Kate Bush
selle (of Portland He was a
member of the Salem BPOEand
the! K.! of P. Funeral services
will j fee held Thursday, April
23 iat the Webb funeral parlors
at 2:t0 o'clock.! under the di
rection of the Elks lodge, as-
. sistied by Rev. 'J. J.- Evans
MIXXIE John Minnie died at a
local! jhospltal April 21 at the
age of 515 years, from the ef
' feels 4f a fractured skull which
he putained in an accident in
a Idggfng camp at Valsetz; The
body Sis at the Webb Funeral
parlors. Funeral ! announcement
later. I ' i ' -;
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PRINtED AND TOU SALE CY
LHGAL CLANK HEADQUARTER3
At E!r.:rj Crficr, Cr 1 ncr
vice president, motored to Port
land Tuesday on business
Mrs.-W H. SminTYisite-d" here
from Stayton yesterday.
Mrs. W. Derfle of Sublimity was
In the city on business Tuesday.
t Mr. and "Mrs. Charles Gentry
were Tuesday visitors here from
Mrs. L. Demytt-of Turner was
in Salem yesterday. , b:
A. J. Jeson transacted business
here yesterday from Amity. ,
Mr.- and Mrs. M. AT: Hill were
visitors here from Jefferson yes-,
Dr. Eva K. Scofield of Coquille
is in the city on business and
pleasure.' She is a sister of Dr.
H. B. Scofield, local chiropracfbrl
A. B. Klelsmier of Klamath
Falls has arrved in the city for
a few days to undergo medical
treatment here. ? . ,
Gardou Webb of Falls City who
has been undergoing treatment in
Portland for an accident received
in a logging camp, will return to
his home soon.
- Mr. and Mrs. C. F Sweaney of
Woodburn were In the city Tues
day. .1 ,, j ;
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. j Jones of
Silverton were here on business
Tuesday. : j. ; ' ": -
Rhea Luper, state engineer," is
In Lake county looking over the
Summer lake dam project ; this
week. s .. , ;,.
Frank Sever of Portland, for
mer deputy state treasurer, was
In the city on business Tuesday.
Joe Helgerson, Polk county district-attorney,
was in, the city
from Dallas yesterday. ,. k
Dean Frances M. Richards of
Willamette university was a Vis
itor at' the Kiwanis cluh'at the-ir
regular meeting yesterday.. . - -
Matt Johnson or Colfax, Wash.,
was a visitor at the Kiwanis yes
terday noon: r . r Z" " 5 r "
S. L. Goddard of Cottage Grove
was in the city 6n business" yes
; ROSEDALE, April 21. After
the business ' meeting of the Parent-Teachers
a very Interesting
program was given. During the
evening four one-act plays were
given: They were: "Curing an
InvaHf," with Mrs. Trick, Mrs.
Smith, Misses Elizabeth I Harris,
Mary Bloom and Lela Cook taking
part. In the. second play, "Mad
ison Square at Eight," Miss Ber
chen Cole and Carl Trick took
the leading parts. The others in
the play were Herman Boji, Ken
neth Cole, Kenneth Connoy, and
Arthur Harris. In "Hanging Out
the Washing," Mrs. Connoy and
Mrs. Harris were fine in their
parts as two negro women. Miss
Mildred Connoy also took. part.
And the last play was "Wanted
a Valet," in which Ormal Trick,
Gus Cole, Clifford Smith and
Floyd Bates took part. Music and
songs were given by Mrs. Lesta
Bates, Miss Mildred Connoy, Miss
Berchen Cole, Mr. Gus Cole, Mrs.
Floyd Bates, Mrs. Ellis Connoy
and Mr. Kenneth Cole. After the
program ice cream, cake and cof
fee were served. . : r
Miss Helen' Cammack, Forrest
Cammack, Gerald Pearson,; Ormal
Trick, Paul Cammack and Earnest
Pearson were members of the
Rosedale Christian Endeavor who
attended the Christian Endeavor
banquet In Portland Saturday
evening. (i ' ;
; Mrs. Pemberton of Salem "visit
ed her daughter, Mrs. Cole, ; last
week. Mrs. McDonald, also of Sa
lem, was the guest of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Conflnoy.
Mrs; Irwin: and Lela and Mel
ford Cook were guests, at a birth
day dinner for Elvln CTrick- last
Sunday. .;:";j;:r!t'' r'":'
Sunday, Mr. and '"Mrs. Connoy
were the guests of Mrs. Connoy's
mother at Salem. r
' Next week-end the' North Pacif
ic Evangelist Institute of Portland
will hold meetings at the church.
There will be meetings' oir'Frldffy
and Saturday -evenings and" on
Sunday there will be services In
the morning and in the afternoon
with a basket lunch at noon. I
' Asheville Times. ' ' S
A Canadian hunter says he has
caught 41 skunks since October,
No proof whatever will . be de
manded. Milwaukee Journal.
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Combined Glee (llubs and
Orchestra Appear h Con4
cert at Grand Theatre
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UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eu
gene, Aprl 21 (Specal) Jack
Benefiel, graduate manager of
University of Oregon, j was in Sa
lem this week making final ar
rangements for the combined cdn
cert of the glee clubs and, orches
tra to be held at the Grand Thea
tre Thursday night. Thb concert
will be the largest the University
has' ever put on. Each glee club
will be represented by
and' there will also be
John- Stark Evans, director .of
the glee clubs, will present Frank
Jiie, popular Chinese tenor, in the
song,. 'Ona wake, Awake, Beldv
ed," (the solo selection of Cole
ridge j Taylor's Hiwatha's Wedding
Feast, the principal composition
to be: sung by the glee clubs. Mr;
Jue is well-known in Salem, hav
ing sung recently at j the First
Christian church. Mr. Jue ha
sang at practically all the big play
houses all along the coast and has
been enaged five times by the
Columbia theatre of Portland.
Other soloist to appear will be
Roy Bryson .and" Ruth Akers of
Eugene, and Richard Adam of On
tario. ,, Air., Bryson is a pupil of
Madame Ross McGrew.; He Is
soloist at the Methodist church at
Eugene. Miss Akers, a pupil of
John Siefert, is soloist at the
Presbyterian church. Mr.j Jue and
Mr. Bryson will give the only solos
to be given by the glee clubs.
Of the 83 students
participate in the recital, only a
few are music majorsj, Although
practically all are taking some
work in the school of music. Most
of the participants plan to follow
professional lines, such as practic
ing law or medicine, teaching,
architecture and newspaper work.
but all are Interested in
have been practicing faithfully for
. . ..... it:
the concerts eince last October
' ' . A t A L ! A
Salem ; has contributed
the women's glee club,
West nd Pauline Knowland, and
one to ithe orchestral, j Delbert
Moore.: ; Portland leads the list,
but pupils from Washington, Cali
fornia and Idaho also
bers. : -
Accuracy in News
1 i - Goal of Association
(Contlnned from pas 1) . i
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ed report, . must be tb.9 work of
human! hands and minds, and" the
real trlump "of The Associated
Press has been the creation of Its
wonderful working staff j
"These are the men" that , have
made our dreams come true and I
can neyer let an opportunity pass
to pay. a tribute to these quiet,
earnest: men who each day; comb
the world ln order that we may
promptly and accurately know of
its worthwhile happenings.) f
"It is' true, of course, that the
passing for truth that marks The
Associated Press puts severre limits
on any; of its staff who
gifts for fiction, 't ;
"When' the purpose of sa news
report Is simply to furnish
and thrilling' items It is bbvious
that the facts are ' distinctly ham
pering. ;-; ' j'p j ' '!v
"Only recently we had two casea
that 16arly illustrated : th dif-;
ferant angles of approach: tb'oe
currenees cf The Associated Press
and its'' proprietary contemporar
ies. ' - L- jt"
"In the first instance The As
sociated Press carried a dispatch
from London- stating- that accord
ing to a Lisbon" dispatch j to the
Sundayi Express, Port Alexander,
a' Bmall island in the Portuguese
colony of Angola, West Africa, had
been suddenly submerged j in- the
sea and had completely disappear
ed. No details had beenj received
but a considerable loss of life! was
feared, as the islet, which was
4000 square yards in area, was In
habited by Portuguese and native
i Following lta much
drab and unimaginative;
The Associated Press proceeded to
check upon the story but; was but
paced in this endeavor by a com
petitor who came through- with
this thriller: V,. ' -' ''
f Lisbon, Jan 27 Reports from
Africa reveal that the little, island
of Port Alexander has disappeared
as if by magic . under' tQe , eea.
Scores of dead bodies and floating
debris are all that remain of the
once populous and ' prosperous
port. k:;- - " ; - ! I
, ' "The cause' of the disaster : is
unknown, but it Is presumed that
a subterranean earthquake caused
by a tidal wave.
" 'Details are meager and con
fusing. iA few gibbering
were picked up by vessels
by near the spot where the port
once was and from these j survi
vors it was gathered that the sea
suddenly, heaved mountain-high.
then dropped In a swirling mael
strom, engulfing- the island. ; i
"One day only after this har
rowing dispatch - appeared came
the result of our 'checkup in this
farm: L.l, ". -.- ; . K -.' . ; ..
"Lisbon, Portugal, Jan.! 28--Itecent
reports that: Port; Alexan
der, a small island in" the Portu
guese colony of Angola, West Afri
ca, had recently sunkr ta ithe eea;
were denied today by the minister
0 coiosis:: r,T-.;-:j -f ;::!. :v
. 'An. official statement declar
ed that bnlyia $and Tjalt,! one'hn
dred meters long, on Port Alexan
der; had been' submerged. . It was
added that, there were.no casual
ties as the submerged portion was
not; inhabited. , ' V ' ;
No scores of dead bodies, no
sea heaving : mountain-high, en
gulfing a once prosperous and
populous port, no gibbering madmen-picked
upr by nearjsy yesselsP-i-only
a simple little' strnd: spit' one
hundred meters long , submerged
with no loscfbf life.. f ""
"One sentence in the farrago of
horror of our competitor
have had a basis 'of. fact.
Details are meager and confusing.'
The statement that it was
gibbering madmen, that
tails were gathered adds artistic
verfelmilitude5 even though these
particular madmen proved to be
"The second case was' one of In
terpretive embrbidery"with which
out 'correspondents and desk men
are not permitted to' dally.
" Old Woman is the curious
name of a hamlet consisting of a
roadhouse and a few cabins', and
is : approximately the j halfway
point on the Alaska 9 0-mlle mail
trail from Unalaklik tci KaUag.
This settlement has figured in re
cent stories about the diphtheria
scourge at Nome. One such story
fwas brought from 1 Anchorage on
January 31y- by The Associated
Press which told 6ft the race bf
Seppala and his dog: team to de
liver a second supply of anti-toxin.
It contained the following sent
ence: "The last report, received
placed Seppala at Old Woman,
near; Norton .sound,, which is an
arm of the Bering sea, .with his
dogs in full run. j 1 - I
"The! other news, service also
distributed a story ' about j Seppala
and his dog team some hours af
ter we carried the foregoing. Here
is the way it covered the fame in
cident: - r "-
, i " 'Last word of Seppala jreceived
today by radio of an aged! Eskimo
woman who had seen Seppala on
the trail near Unalakleet. j
'Vjlt was Seppala the Finn,' she
said. 'I knew him but hej did. not
stop.- He was going like wind. ;
,- "Thus are our modern miracles
performed and the huts o an Al
askan hamlet are transformed into
an ;afce thdugh vocal testifies to
the news enterprise of an esteemed
competition affording a pleasant
variance from the gibbering mad
men of another day.' 1
Fourteen Members Added
To Jason Lee Brotherhood
"fhe Jason Lee Methodist church
brotherhood met last night in the
chujrch , parlora for: the iihoathly
meeting. ' An enthusiastic! crow!
of men. sat down to the banquet at
6: 30. A. E. Zimmerman', ak toast
master, called on Leland iChapin
of Willamette university. Her re
sponded with his famous oration,
"The International Mind," j to the
great delight of the men present.
' R. A. "Harris, in a very pleasing
manner, spoke on "The Aim of
Ouij Church." Rev. Acheson's talk'
on 1 "The Achievements jn the
Church" was inspirational. lA duet
by Prof. Herman Clark andj W. H.
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Gilbert was greatly appreciated.
; The'Epworlh league orchestra
furnished musical numbers
throughout the, evening. Tke
brotherhood, in" the business ses
sion, outlined definite plans' for
recreational and spirituar uplift
for the community. The brotherT
hood is becoming an outstanding
department ' of this growing
church, fourteen new members
wereTreceived ; into the brother
hood. ; ,' ' ! .. " '
The concert this evening at
Waller hall under, the auspices of
the5 American Association of-University
Women promises to be of
exceptional interest Three musi
cians, and all of them finished ar
tists, will afford a program as dis
tinctive as it wll be attractive.
Mjlss Frances yirginie' Melton,
Professor E. W. Hobson, and Pro
fessor William Wallace . Graham
are. those who will take part.
' Concerning -Miss Melton,1 only
one of three r exceptional" artists,
the following' are a few of the
comments which the pianist of the
group has merited: -
Edith Myrl Carver of Jackson
ville, Lla., says: "It was my pleas
ure to know M'iss Melton in Paris,
and to attend recitals where she
played with unusual success. I
have found her song 'The VIolet
which" She" recently c6mpose"d7 a
very attractive number on concert
programs and I always take pleas
ure in singing it." .
. Franklin L. ; Stead of Chicago
yrltes: "Miss Melton is an excel
lent pianist a mxisiclan ot Unus
ual ability." - . ;';-v :: , r
Professor ' H, it. Kaeuper says ;
"Miss Melton is a pianist , of excel
lent attainments.; She has a fine
technical equipment and her inter
pretations are always scholarly."
It will be of interest to ticket
holders of tonight that William
Wallace Graham spent 10 years in
Europe studying under the most
eminent musical instructors. For
over six ' years he attended the
Royal high school of Music under
the Instruction of Joseph Joach
im,: the' ''King of I Violinists." He
also served as assistant instructor
in Berlin', teaching and coaching
under Henri Marteaii, who highly
recommends Mr.. Graham.
Professor EJ W- Hobson, dean
of , the Willamette University
school of music scarcely needs an
introduction as a director, the two
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Kd ad taken Utr less than 35 cent.
Ads run Buuday only charged at
one-tiraa-' rate. . - . : . - r
Advertisements (except 'Pergon
als" and "'fiituaUona Wanted" ) will
be taken over the telephone if. the
advertiser is a subscriber- to phone.
The Statesman will" receive adver
tisements at any time of the day or
night. To insure proper classifica
tions ada ahould be in before 7 p. m.
TXIiEPHOITB SS or S8S
Mon eV. to Locn :
' Ob Real Estale . "
T. K. FORD !
(Over Ladd Bush Bank) .
BEFORS TOTJ LEAVE TOTJB HOME
OR CAR HAVE IT
Phone" 161. Becke Hendricks,' TJ. 6.
Bank Bldg. . - ; sv28tf
The Lutheran Settle
' will help both I
EOMESEEKER AND HOMES ELL EB
with . - , -4
Real Estate' te Insurance, Phone 1013 '
Victor Schneider, Sec'y. -
i Booms 4-5-6, D'Arcy Bldg. a-3
- WE WRECK 'EM
4 Parts for all ears. We sell for less.
Get our prices on trailers. Salem Auto
Wrecking Co 402 S. Church street.
Phone 2159. IsStf.
SCHEETiER AUTO WRECKING CO. will
bur Tour old car. Highest cash price
paid. 108i N. Commercial St. l-jI8tf
SEE US FOR TOP AND PAINT WORK.
O. J. Hull Auto Tap Paint' Shop.
Rear fire department. - ' 5-al6tf
HELP WANTED Female r 13
HIGH GRADE 8ALESLADT TO MAN
. age Salem 'territory for cosmetic line.
540 Morgan Bldg, Portland,- Oregon.
. . ' 13-a22
WANTED Employment 19
FOR GARDEN PLOWING. BASEMENT
digging and team work, phone 19F3.
HOUSE AND APARTMENTS PHONE
S2656-J. - . - 21-nl5U
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 14" BT 7",
- wording "For Rent," prica 10 cents
each. Stateaman Business) Office, - on
- FOR RENT Apartment 23
FURNISHED APARTMENT HEATED.
210 North 14th. Phone 1516-M. 23-a2S
WELL FURNISHED FRONT ROOM
i apartment, 2 rooms and kitchenette.
Ground floor, close in. 541 Mill. 23-a23
MODERN 5 ROOM FLAT PARTLY FUR
i niched, 965 N. 5th. Phone 428W
UNFURNISHED 3 ROOM APARTMENT
downtown, private - bath. 490 Marion,
.v-- ... . I 23-a22
APARTMENTS 268 - N.-Cottage. 23-ntf
FURNISHED MODERN FIVE ROOM
. flat,' fireplace, piano, nice yard. In
quire 820 MilL 28-al6tf
FOB RENT APARTMENTS 891 K.
APARTMENT FOR RENT LIGHT, and
. airy. Fhone, bath free, very desirable.
(Adults) Phono 6S0M. 466. Union..
Wilhtmette University glee clubs,
onej of which" was heard in splen
did concert last Friday, and the
other of which" will appear a" week
from tonlghV beingTa remarKable
demonstration irl ' themselves " of
his. powers. He will introduce his
own voice, which has been trained
under leading masters, "to the au
dience this evening. T ';'
T GENERAL MARKETS
PORTLAND, April - 21. Grain
futures: Wheat, hard white,' blue
stem and Baart, April, May,1 June"
$1.60; soft white, April, May and
June, $1.55; western white, April,
May. June, 11.53; northern spring
April, $1.54; May and June,
$1.55; western red, April $1.51;
May. $1.52; June,' $1.52; BBB
hard white, April, $1.85; May and
June. $1.85. ' - ' s
Corn No. 3 eastern yellow
shUment. April. $44.50; May and
June,; $45. .'.
: Millrun, standard April, : $301
May, $31 June, $31.50.
PORTLAND April 21. Butter
extras 41c; . standards. 40c;
prime firsts, 39 Vic; firsts, 39c.
fj'figgs Extras. 31c; firsts 29c;
pullets, 28c; current receipts,
26Vic. ' ' ' ' '
, Prices quoted ara wholesale and are
prices received by farmers. Nt retail
price are given: ,
. GRAiar AND HAT j '
No. 1 soft white JWheati; i$t.4i
No. 1 soft red ; fl "
Cheat hay fit
Clover hay, laled - , ' ". '
Oat and th hy
? PORK. UTJTTOjr A2TD BEEF
Hogs, 160-200 cwt 918.25
Hogs. 200-259 cwt .; ... f 13.00
Hors. 250-800 cwt - f!2 T5
Light sows Sill. 25
Dreaaed veal , tt
Cews , 8 4 d So
D reused pork
as is "4 o
Spring lambs ..
Liffht hens . , lTQ18e
Butterfat, tiiTra , ;, 41.
Milk, per ewt .$2.03
.gn, standards w.6dr
s m tit
FOR IUIXlT Rooms 25
PRINTED CARDS. S1ZT 14" BT TA"
wording. ' 'Booms to Bnt," price 10
. cents each. Statesman Basiness office,
BOARDERS GOOD CLE AX ROOMS. All
home cooking. Under new management.
; 7T 8. Onm'l " g5-m9
i i ' i ' ' saasBBaBa
" 1 FOR RENT ITouses " 27
MODERX 5 BOOM FURNISHED HOCSE.
1780 Court. ! 27-a21tf
CLOSE IN ? ROOM HOPSE FOR REJTT.
Kitchen furnished. Phone 53 6J.
FOK REfT FIVE ROOM HOUSE, eotn- !
pletely furnished. $40 per month. Call
Mr. Eakin, phone 2110.. 27-a21tf
FOR REST DWELLING- AT 1052 Sag
inaw; 320 a month. Call at States-
: man business office, or Becke A Hen
dricks. - - 27-a8tf
A FOUR ' ROOM FURNISHED APART-
nent with screened in porch, private
bath, and basement with lights and wa
ter, furnished for $20 per month.
Across from Lausanne Hail. 803 So.
Winter. Phone 1081M. 27-a22
' WANTED IIsceUaneou3 J S3
FRESH GRADE GUERNSEY COW. Write
3151, Statesman. - 35-a24
WANTED USED FORD TOURING from
private party. Phone 88J after 7 p. ra.
. - 35 a24
WANTED ABOUT 50 GOATS. STATK
, price. Route 2, Box 174. Fhon
:46F14. T. T. Croier. 85-a2J
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR USES
stoves, tools, furniture. Stiff's Used
Goods- Dept.. opposite court house.
- ' 35-m22tf
WANTED PRIVATE MONET FOR
farm loans. - War hsrve several appHea
- tioas on hand.' Hawkins Roberta,
Inc., 205 Oregon Building. 35-dl4tf
CASH PAID FOR--FALSE TEETH
dental gold, platinam and discarded
jewelry. Hoke Smelting and Kefimnf
Co Otsego, Michigan. 85-j2?ti
WOODBT THE AUCTIONEER BUYS
used furniture for essk. Phono 51 U
t FOR SALE
GRAIN. HAT PHONE 1264M. 37-ml7
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER FRUIT
jars. 775 Bellevne. 37 a22
FOR SALE A NEW THOMAS POWER
drag saw. Jnst tha thing for the man
cutting wood. .Regular prico $150
We will sell this one for 3125, terms
if you wish or will tske wood for
full purchase price. See it at The
Statesman office. 37-a21tf
WANT TO TRADE COATS IMPROVES --
French and Italian Prone trees fat
cattle, hay and oats. Phone 1140 M.
8. 14th St. 37-al2tt
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS. TEN
eenta a ouaaie. circulation department
Oregon Statesmas. 37-tf
FOR SALE SEED POTATOES. A lh.p.
eiectric motor. Wanted veal, chick
ens and eggs. "U" Park Grocery
Market. 705 S. 12th, 37-al6t(
Trespass Notices U
Trespass Notices, sise 14 Inches hy
9 inches, printed on goad 10 ounce
canvass bearing the words. "Notice Is
Hereby Given That Trespassing is
Strictly Forbidden On These Premises
Under Penalty Of Prosecution." Price
. lSe -each r two far 25c. - etatacataa
Publishing Company, Sales, - Oregon.
SELL CS TOUR USED FTJBNITURS .
H. .It, Stiff Furniture Co. Used Goods
Dept. Opposite court house. 3?-m22ti
RECEIPT BOOKS SIZE 8" BT Sis".
; 60 receipt form in book, 15 cents pel
r book or two books for 25 cents. States
man office, 215 South Commercial 8t
Salem. . 87-f25tJ
Beautiful Oregon Ross
And eleven other Oregon songs to
gether with a fine collection of patriots
songs, sacred eoage ad snany old tiaat
ALL FOR 25C
; (Special prices)' la quantity lots)
Especially adaptabia for school, eenn
munity or bom -singing;. Send Ic
Western Songster j
BbV is lta tilrd mAMtkm 1
lut!tsned By .
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
215 8. Ooratnerciar fcH 6alm,- Or.
FOR SAJELtrestocBr ; Sir
VETERINARIAN DR. FATTERSOS
i-none 202 o-w. . 89-d30tf
FRED W. LANGE, VETERINARIAN
Office 430 S. Commercial. Phone 1198
phone 1666. . 8Q-m23t
.. , . WOOD FOR SALE 43
DRY SECOND-GROWTH FIR. PHOE
16 INCH BLOCK WQOD, S3.75 PER ToaJ
4 loads. 814; also dry fir. oak as
ash. Phono 1879 W. ... 4-ml7
GOOD COAL DRY WOOD
: PHONE 1855
BEST GRADE OF WOOD
- 4 ft. aad 16 ineh.
Dry mill wood.
; .!; Green mill wood.
Dry aeeond growth C.
Dry and old fir.
Dry 4 ft. ash, mapla and Oak
FRED E. WELLS
Prompt delivary and reasonable price.
280 Soth Church. Phone 1.542. 43-meti
lft-INCH- OLD FIR 8KOOND GROWTH
oak and. ash. Phono 1BF3. li. D. hf ay-
43-f ; "f
! POTJLiTTiY AXD EGG3 43
1000 HIGH GRADE LEGHORN CHIX.
Th0I2?,y" 13e each 3 S. 25Uu Phone
788-W. . , , 45 a23
I Salem Chickeries
Eaadquartera for Baby Chicks
- -T VARIETIES i
164 K. Cottage Salem Phone 400
. . . . 45 fUU
BLACK MINORCA BABY CHICKS
Flako'a- Petland. 873 State. 45'in25tf
BABY CHICKS CUSTOM HATOHINO
Hatehi&f eggs, pallets, cockerels. Phoss
AUCTION SALE OF FURNITURE
Rsnge, beater. Oliver typewriter, Che
ney phonograph, rugs, etc Thursday.
April 23rd. 1:30 p. m. 702 N. 14th
St. Woodry is the auctioneer. See ad.
LOST AND FOUND 53
CAMEO BROOCH SATURDAY IN BU
irk'a store. Rptnm y store. 5.t-a22
GET MARRIED BEST MATRIMONIAL
' paper published. CORRESPONDENT..
Toledo. Ohio. 55-m8
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"It-Is-Wonderful." Free informa
tien. Address liiii Co, Portland, Ore-
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