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THE pKEGOjT STATES? IA!?V SALEM, OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNIKG , JUNE- 3 0,:
rrnllE ' two hundred -and. thirty.
: -L fire members of the senior
class of the Salem high school
were the Invited', guest of Miss
Kathrya cunnell at an extremely
enjoyable studio' .dancing party
that took place last night under
,lh9nt,re tudI was decked,
with freat basket, of white peon
ies! Canterbury bells and a white
blossomy shrub" that; brought out
thd class colors of green and
white At; the door Master Merlyn
Gutmell in dress suit and wear tor
T T" "at presentaa the novel
"ucmr which were re
ceifed by the members with much
v.uiV: xne cover, , with the
Lin tr VfAan 1 , . . .
v vcutu a named, re-
i ' Photographed replica of
iuw enure class group.
M1,WBs m the rooms and pre
siding at the? punch . bowl, were
hisses Anna and Louise Lanky
- numDers . were
given by the high school niiaVtt
and by Helen Marcus, a pleasing
,"V'" U' me ciass. Marvin Head
rick's orchestra played for the' f es
, tiv dance.
. ifuuj ana patronesses 1 for
what proved to be one of the most
dellghtrul arfairs ' of the" high
school commencement' week were
Governor Walter M. Pierce ; Mrs.
Douglas Mlhto. Miss Mabel Ttoberf:
son. Miss Hazel Paden," Miss Aoa
Kos, Miss Grace Snook. Prof, and
Mrs. J. C. Nelson', ahd Mr. and
Mrs. J. c. Perry.
Salem society Is anticipating the
garden tea of Friday afternoon 'at
which Mrs. Frederick Hill Thomp
son, Airs. Fred Powell and Mis!
Phil Newmyer will be the1 hos
tesses from 3 to 6 oclock!at the
Thompson home, 351 N." Summer
street. More ihan"200 cards have
been issued for the event. -;
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The Salem Floral society will
meet at 8 o'clock Friday evening
in the Chamber of Commerce
rooms. TV. C. Dibble, as speaker
of Ihe evenlng.-has'planned a- most
Interesting topic. Baslhg'hls' lec
ture on "Beauty." he will speak
particularly of the special ' aoTip'ti
ability of certain types of archi
tecture and certain- trends In lan&
scapeing to stated localities.
Letters thls'I week" from" -Franklin-
B. Launer . announce that- he
sailed even earlier thin 'he in
tended, and left ' Cherbourg '. for
New York last Saturday,. May 30.
I lei plans to be a t the "Chicago ;Mu
6 1 cale college, Chicago, ' until - the
middle oAugust. - .
- is ji
We are showing the PrirTcc of Vales and other
models in single and double breasteds with two
and" four; buttons.' All mannish materials and
tailored along: rh&umsh' styles. ...
-'. V.;1 -s" ' ;
Semi Dress and Dress Coats
, A reception honoring, Rev. and
Mrs; Ward WiUis" Loha-I who are
leaving- this mdhth for Stockton.
cai., will b held . oh . Thursday
i "ns first: rresoytenan
cnuTcn fdildwlng'the prayer meet
tag, service. Rev. Mr. Long has
completed a four "years", successful
pastorate Ift. Salem. , The Youhg
Married People's class -of the
church are In charge of arrange
ment for tfferreceptidh.' '
" The Firs't'Methodist cbnrcb din
ing room was a mass of vivid.
early summer flower! for the an
nual alumni b'atfeiuei,'' held last
aighT for1 'the' assembling- of old
members ' and 4 the" Introduction ' to
tap" associatldif' of ' the- class of
,19257 -; ; : : . y r-i:-
A program that was a delight
iu an presem iuok lonn unaer ine
announcement "The Good Old Ship
WinametteV with; WV C. Winslow,
in 'the office of'toastmaster, pilot.
.. The - following , program was of
special Interest to all who attend
ed; ' ; !
Processional, and" special musi
cal numbers, Louise I Flndley-
Claudta f Ge'rth; Introducing the
class' of 1 92$', J. L. Carter, AB.',
'6$? respooseby the class' presi
dent, Paur Poling. '25 blessing,
Rev, c: B: Harrison; ABK'., M2 :
in -memorlatt, "The Good Old Ship
Willamette," pilot. VW. C. Wlns
low, LLB. 0S; mTislff from radio
station RXR, -Kathleen- La Rant.
ABV '21 1: reading the ship's log;
(roll call or classes); old salts;
V classes-of 50 and 25 'Tears ago).
Lfloyd T.: Reynolds. AB., 94; life
satef. , freading) Mrs.f Ronald :C
Glover: BO '09 : tars, (reunion of
class of 1915); gobs, (reunion, of
ctass of 1 9 2 1 ); ship ahoy , ( Skit
by' class o? 1921); broadcasting
from India .station RDB. Royal D.
Bis bee, AB.v 0 8 ; music from radio
station MRW," Margaret R. Walk
er. -Ms, 19; ' broadcasting from
Washington, D. C. WCH. Con
gressman W, C. Hawley; music
from radio station A AS, A. A.
Schramm, AB.v 12; charting the
sea, James w. Crawford, AB., ll;
from the bridge, Cap't. Cart Gregg
Dorfeyr Ph- D.1; farewfelt 'Willam
ette, Jack E. Vinson, '2 J; When
do we meet 'again, JuneV1926.
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Miss' Grace Collins of 677 West-
pver road entertained at bier home
Thursday afternoon at a miscej-
laheous thower In .honor- of .Miss
Winifred ; St." Clair' of Gresham,
whose marriage to 'Raymdnd Rog
ers;- commercial artist f "Portland,
will he air event of June"25. The
ghejts' welfe all sorority sisters.
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I SOGXAX. C A T.TTTrP AH I
. Ladies' Day, Illlhee Country
. Barbara Frletchie tent, Daugh
ters of Veterans. Armory,
' Y, M. p. class of tjie First Bap
tist church, pot-luck supper at
6 o'clock. Mr. and - Mrs. D. P,
Peterson, hosts.. ' Mornings ides-
Young: Married People's club
picnic. Bush's pasture. 6 o'clock
Thursday- ; .
OAC club picnic. Mr. and Mrs
Lester Pearmine hosts at "The
Purple - Iris," one and one" half
nsflea north on -the Riter road;
Woman's Alliance silver tea
Mrs. WllMam' Everetf Anderson
court street,- hostess. 2 to
6 o'clock. . ... ; . . .: .. -
. The First PreBbyterian "church-
will hold a farewell partr for Mr
and Mrs. Ward Willis Long, re
tiring pastor of the church, on
Thursday evening. at 8:30 o'clock;
at the - church. The ; public and
friends are invited.
I Friday . ;
Garden tea. Mrs. Frederick
Hill Thompson, Mrs. Phil New
myer, and Mrs. Fred Powell, hos
tesses. At the Thompson home.
351 North Summer. 3 to 6 o'clock.
First1 Congregational church
Missionary society. , Mrs. T. A,
Liresley, Fairmount HUI, hostess.
Business and Professional Worn
en's club convention. - . : -
floral society. Armory;' :B
vooaed Food sale. S. P. office
Ladies of the Scandinavian church.
Business and Professional Wom
an s club convention.
Pupils of 'Professor T. S. Robi
erts In recital.; Juniors' at 3 o'clock
in me afternoon. Seniors" at 8
o'clock iff the ' eTeninsf. SOS N.
ainnmer street, .
Beta Ch!,- of Willamette -nnitrL:
Ity. Miss St. Clair la the daugh
ter OI r. ana Mrs.- H. L. St. Clair
or tne Gresham Outlook. Orp-
gonian. ... ;.
To all those ' who' helnerf
.Memorial day sacred, in the
ory of those who offered hir
"Teg in aerense of the union th
Woman" Relief orps -auxiliary
to 'the Grand Army of the Repub
lic, would express its thanks for
a beautiful day, a large and re
spectful attendance.' snlendM .
der a nd kindly cdurtesr, Illustrat
ing a day of the people, by the
peopfe, and for the people.
Th First Spiritualist church
will hold a social at the home of
MrsT. C. Bates; 125 Lefelle stl,
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
rot the behefit of the' eeheral
church fund. AH are cordially in
vited;- ;. -- :- : : :
The t First Presbyterian' church
Missionary society will mt at 2
o'clock Friday afternoon in the
chUrch' parlors. ; A" program, will
be'; given, "The Last Day of
School." Mrs. John W.' Harbison
Is chairman of arrangements for
the day. t j ;
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Members of the' Count-On-Me
class will meet' this afternoon at
thd "June meeting, gathering at
the" church" at 3 o'clock. , Mrs. S.
Tillis will be the hostess of the
day at her home on the Pacific
highway. . Those who , desire to
take the stage may get off at the,
. :' ; '
Among those, from Salem who,
were' in the audience, last night at
Portland for, the world premiere
of. " the" ' American; opera. " 'The
Efcho," were Mrs'. J. C. Currie, Mrs.
Phil Newmyer, Mrs. Joseph Cham
bers and Mrs. William Everett An
derson. .. ( ,
The Lady Muscovites" will hold
a' called meeting at 8 o'clock this
" TheBrusn College schoolhouse
wait the scene pf a large gathering
on Sunday when' the members of,
and guests in, the' community met
for a birthday dinner, celebrating
the birthdays of Archie Ewing,
Fred Ewing . and Mrs. Bernice
Blodgett, and the wedding anni
versary of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Al
lenv Two -long tables were ar
rafiged "in ' the dining room and
decked 'with" pink roses and Can
terbury' bells; In" the group were
Dr., and Mrs. Floyd Utley; Mr. and
Mrs.' Hdmeir TJtley, Miss Marie
Utley, Mr. Kane', and.Mr. and MrS.
George Post, all of PortlahoT; Mr.
and Mrs. Ferd Allen, Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. McCall, Mr. and Mrs.
Johnr'Schindler Mr: and Mrs. A.
Ej Utley and Uon, Billyh Mr. and
Hrs; Archie Ewing and ' children;
Donald Alvin and Ralph; Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Ewing and . children,
Robert and Margaret, Dr. and Mrs.
C, L. Blodgett and son. Cory don,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Allen, and
Miaar Edith Ross.
v A sliver tea will be held Thurs
day afternoon from 2 to 6 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. WRlIam' Ev
erett. Anderson. 1491 Court rstfeet,
by" the "Woman's Alliance of the
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wilkenson
and family are leaving today by
auto on - a- vacation trip to" their
oldhome'at Glen wood CHy Wis.,
sad pfsn ; to'l)5awaf"fronr Salem
Sydut two' mohths;- IThete will be,
a' family reunion. In ' addition to
rracd'iirs; Wiltcnsoa there will
her a ferother and sister of Mrs.
Wilkenson. from , California . Join
the family re-unlbn. , .-
Mr. iana . Mrs, R G. Munday of
Chicago are 'visiting at the home
of" Mrs." Muhday's sister, Mrs.'-G.
H. Thompson. . They - are making
as transcontinental trip by motor.
J Prof, and', Mrs. T. S. Ilob'ert9
were in attendance at . the world
premiere of the opera, Tbje
Echo." last night in Portland. '
k Miss Ruth Bedford presented a
group of piano pupils' In an Inter
esting recital of the month Mon
day night'at the Derby studio, as
sisted f by Flora Fletcher Hedrick,
one of Salem's" most pleasing so
prano Boioistsr Jimmy Moyer
zcted as an efficient usher of the
evening after playing his number.
MissBetty Bedtord assisted in the
room's that were loTely? with bas
kets of ocean spray, pink: roses,
and white carnations.
' As as encore, Mrs.; Hedrick, "the
soloist, responded with "Carry Me
Back to Old Vlrginny."
The followin'gr'numbers made up
an interesting program8 attended
by a large number of parents and
Tempest of the Heart. . . . . . Verdi
Jimmy , Moyer.
Flower' Song -. . ... Gounod
r Floris Bnsick
Ar,ound'the Hills ...... Case
Alyce Hartley '
Pixies Ballet ........ ... Brown
: Claudine Gueffroy;
Pixies Drill Brown
Guinevere .Wood, 'y -";
Castanet Dance -.. . . ... Dennee
t' Nellie Bahlburg." --
Melody in F ; . V Rubenstein
The Pompadour's Fan . . . Cadman
: i " : Helen " Rex. - ' ' , ' --r
Japanese Sunset . .. . . , . Deppen
! Maxine Sun.
The Meadow Lark . , . . . . . Jones
Flora Fletcher Hedrick.
Valse Episode . .' . . . . . . . . Kern
: ; j Doris Hicks. .
Caprica nte ' .......... 1 Wachs
; I ' Ruth Hazelton. i
Impromptu Mazurka . . . , . Lach
The Flatterer '. . . . . . Chaminade
Barbara' Moberg. ;
Mrs. F. P. Talkington and Miss
Cora - Talkington are leaving' this
morning for San . Francisco for a
visit Iwith Mr. and Mrs. B. Schnei
der, Miss . Talkington's . aunt and
uncle. They plan to return to
Salem the middle of July. Im-
Mrs. Zena Thomas and P. F.
Thomas presented; 20 violin and
piano students in recital Friday,
June 5, at-the Aumsvllle. high
school auditorium.' For the past
two years Mrs. Thomas has" been'
in; charge of music work . at " the
Aumsvllle "high school. ' '
, On Saturday night Mrs. Thomas
and f Mr. Thomas presented a
group of! 30 students at the .First
Evangelical church In Salem. The
Th6mas orchestra rendered two
beautiful numbers.' '
Barbara Frietchle tent. Daugh
ters of' Veterans, will meet, at 8.
o'clock this evening at the Arm
ory. . t .. ., -: -y
The Brush College, grange, in
stead of meeting last Friday, met
on! Monday of this" week' for a
business ; meeting, program nunf-
hers, and reports" of the . state
granger Mrs. Arthur Utley satigi
accompanied by Mrs; Cofydon
Blodgett.1 Mr. and Mrs; W. F.
McCall, as delegates to the state
grange, gave very interesting; re
ports, as well as did Archfe;Ewingr,
general secretary. Fred Ewing re
ported on the fifth and sixth de
grees', and5 Mr. McCair- on'' reso
lutions. Mrs. Charles McCarter
Grace Green (Mrs. C. J. Green)
who is leaving the" city to make:
her home in Seaside Iwas very de-
lightfullyM surprised when.. :the
Daughters' of Veterans gathered
at her home for a party. A hand
some Boston;-bag was presented
to her as a gift from the organi
zation in appreciation of her work
with, the members. The gift was
presented by the president Alma
Fischer. A special' entertainment
feature, in which all . took part,
was given cleverly under the name
"The Last Day of School." Late
In the evening strawberries.; and
ice cream and cake was served.
In the. group for the farewell
gathering; were; the honor guest,
Mrs. Green, Mary Stearns, Goldia
Bnselle, Alma McWhorter, Lizbeth
Waters, - Flora Clark, Margaret
Elliottl Bertha Bergman, Blanche
Davis, Alma Fischer, Gladys Bar
tholomew. Julia" K.r Webster, Ma-
ber .Darvies Pearl : Ralph; Frances
Gillfam,- Louisa - . Kezar, Mary
Brewer, Laura Arpke, Mabel Lock-wood,-
Flora Zinn, Mabel Need
ham!, Carrie .Bartholomew,- Erma
Swaddell and Myrtle Putnam and
little daughter.-; ; ; .
The, Young People's club of jthe
First Prbyterfan church" will
hold their monthly dinner this
evening ht-6ls 3 0 ' o'clock- in the'
nature of a farewell party to Rev
W; : Long .wh6 ' will leave for
California soon. . Entertainment
Will i be provided by the club.
Two; Licenses Obtained - -
Two marriage licenses were is
sued! by the county clerk yesterv
day.' They'-were taken, out , by
Carl, Joseph O'Xeil of Marshfield
and jTberesa Ferne Smith, 240
Faif grounds road. Salem, . and
ryrd ie " W. ; Jotmsofl ' 1 7 0 4 ; Ferry;
8aletn. and Doris Nelson. 360 Lin
coln Salem, and .Earl, Lee Dunn
anld .Louise JIary Stokxi s both of
Cervais. i :
Adcle Garrison's .New. Phase of
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
Copyright by Newspaper Feature
: Service .
THE IMPRESSION DR.
; HAM MADE ON MRS.
KEE ANri MAjDGE!
A tired old man,1 whose face and
appearance yet ; radiated the con:
sciousness of powerj and skill! pos
sessed by a successful ' physician;
and whose eyes were j filled with
kindness this was the impression
I received as " with Mrs."": Durkee
clinging tome," I walked into the
inner' office' of Dr. Philip Foxham!
and the physician rose to r receive
That he had i once been an ex
ceedingly handsome; man, I knew,
as I noted his tall, massive figure,
his regular, almost classic features.
his abundant hair and his brown
eyes."' Bat the hair, which deduced
also had heen brown like Dicky's
was now; snow-white, the tall fig
iire- was : slightly stooped, there
were-many lines in the face and
the eyes held a weariness and dis
illusionment as well as kindness.
,, His eyes went swiftly; from one
of us to the other, f. and then, he
addressed my little friend direct
ly. '' ' - ; 'St
-"Mrs. Durkee?" he said with
rising ,inflection.1 . "1 1 think i you
came to my office once with Mrs;
Larkin8." . -
; His" manner held Just the right
touch of deferential interest and
I guessed ' that his I keen, ; exper
ienced eyes had read her extreme
nervousness and that he unerring
ly had taken the surest way to di
vert her. mind 1 '
The delicate flattery of so busy
a man's remembrance was like a
draught of heady wine to my vola
tile, little friend. s I knew it by the
unconscious coquettish lifting of
her head, and. the soft charming
littlejilaugh " she gave, us as she
answered him. . ti.jih!
"Yes, doctor, I was' here two
years ago with poor Mrs.. Lar
kinsjj I remember you very well,
but fancy your remembering me
fromonly one : visit, Youl must
have a memory like that ' man
fromr the .west ; they're always ad
vertising' in the newspapers."
'u'T6iTell Him, Madge."
.' .- '. ' J !.-' t?f ':' t ?: I, sl
HIaughed suddenly, delighted
ly, as. from his towering height he
lookejd down upon her tiny figure,
and .naive, childlike' face; fit la
the; tribute of. amused' admiration
which masculinity j invariably gave
Mrs. Durkee.' M; j , :
, ."Some people are" very easy to
remember,"- i he ' said; smiling.
"But I mUst confess that I had
other aids'. I attended "Mrs. Lar-
kins lor several , months, and" she
talked mnch' of -you;r and always
had'a photograph of yott in her
room;" j: MMi&bf-
The quick tears" sprang to my
littlei friend's1' eyes; -t-i: I-l M;r
"I know-r-poor Stella! she
said.' "We were always fond of
each other; That's the reason j I
came to you; because : she always
had 'such faith in yon. If she'd
only had you sooner,' I'm sure she
. ould'have been'alire today."
"She came' too
da anything save
late for - me to
to make things
easier for her' Dr. Poxham. said
gravely,; and then with, no hint of
the professional manner- in his
voice-i I saw that4 he knew exact
ly how it treat' Her : Fluffiness
he added:' "Will you tell me how Iv
can -help you?" . . - .'r ,t
. Mrs. Durkee cast a swift, ap
pealing glance at me. : .
"You tell him, Madge," she said,
then gave an apologetic HtlteJex
c'amation. , ' . v ,
"Oh, pardon me,' jl. am eo
thoughtless. My. friend,- Mrs.
Graham," Drl Foxham." ; f
The physician acknowledged the
intrdduction with a grave bow,
and kept' his eyes fixed on me exr
pectantly.- With my little friend'B
band clasped ' tightly; in mine, J
'For "some . time Mrs. Durkee
has had attacks of pain underneath
ber, arm. They are increasing In
severity and frequency, ,and she
feels" that she must 'have advice
concerning them." v
:- v . '
A Significant -Reroest; v
" He looked steadily at me for' an
Instant, and I wondered if he' saw
the 'dread in my "eyes. Then: he
tnrned to Mrs. Durkee and began
asking her.crisp, clear question's
concerning the attacks of . pain
and the condition of. her health, in
general. ". That" he "was sorting
weighing" -and -classifying' heV an
swers as'he talked was patent to
airy student of eyes and'fa,'cel, and
I was fascinated as always am In
Watching-any exhibition of skill
and "conscious power. .
f--THave you ever been vaccinat
ed?' he asked the question cas-
.aaUy , futMri Durkee stiarled
,.'- Tfig physician, laughed again,
and .hastened to reassure her. -
"Ko, indeed he said, "I only
ished to" know if tho vaccination
hurt?'- '"-i-V: ':f':P:-r' -,.
"Not-jmuch," Mrs; Durkee said
T a n so T ytrant - taVi a flrftn I f
of blood from yourarnv but I'll
rromiseyou Jfwont hurt as much
at at vaccination." ,
Oh, I'm ' not a baby," Mrs.
Durkee tossed her head coquet
tishly. VTou can take enough to
write my name in It. as they did
in the old dime novels If you want
to.K! ,j. ,. .
i : (To be continued)--
7 GENERAL MARKETS 7
PORTLAND, ; June 9. Wheat,
hard white, blue stem, Baart, June
11.60 July, 11:41; soft white;
June, fl.62; July. $1.46; western
.white. June; $1.60; July. $r.45;
hard winter, June, $1.61; July,
$1.47; northern spring, . June,
$1.61; Julyi $1.45; western ed;
June, $1.58; July, $1.42 ; BBB
hard white, June, $1.65; July,
$1.47. : v
j Oats, No. 2 36pound white feed,
June, , $38 ; No. 2, 38-pound gray,
June. $37. -
! j Gorn, No. - 3 early shipment,
June. $48.25;' July, $4850. : ? j
: Millrun, standard, June, $38 ;
July. $37. s
: PORTLAND, June 9. Butter,
extras, 43c; standards,- J42c;
prime firsts, 42c; firsts, 41c.
! Eggs,' extras, 35c; firsts,; 34c;
pullets, 32c; current receipts, 31c.
4 ; Hay and" Grasses "
PORTLAND," June 9. Buying
prices; valley 'timohy, $20$2$2i;
do1 eastern Oregon, $21$24.50;
alfalfa; $20.50??" 21; clover," $17;
oat hay,' nominal i cheat, $16; pat
and vetch, $19 $20; straw;. $8.50
per ton. Selling prices $2atoa
- (Continued - from pace 5)
report t of Mrs. 1 Mary mikersoh;
countyc superintendent of schaolst
Teachers examinations will' start
today1 at the First Christian church
and will' continue for' three days. :
Two Bays ' Arrested
i George Haller and Leland Bar
clay, both aged 15, who 'gave their
address as Centralia, Wash., Were
picked up by Officer Victor at the
Southern Pacific depot yesterday.
They- are being- held for invests
Building Permit Issued ,i
i Mrs. Clara Thompson is to erect
a ! dwelling at 740 North" Four
teenth' street which' is estimated
td cost approximately $60(10; ac
cording to records of the city re
corder. Two Beggars Arrested
: Ed Harrington and' Viliiam
Killeen were picked up by Officer
Olsen last night and booked' at the
police station for begging , upon
Bob Xotson Back
" ; Robert Notson, graduate' of Willamette-;
university and formerly
telegraph editor ' on the Oregon
Statesman, has returned to Salem
from New. Yorkr city; where ' he
has., been, for the last -year., Mr.
Notson arid - wo other students
motored east Jast fall to enter
various colleges, Mr. Notson going
td Columbia. For the last few
months' he , has been' reporting on
the Brooki-rh Eagle. .
Horse Found,"Boy CJonei 3" '
Harry4 Hill,' paroled boy irom
the Oregon training school, eloped
with' a j horse belonging .'td .Frahlc
Siegmhnd of Fernridge',. his em
ployer, and ;was seen coming to
wards Salem. Eater the horse was
found on Front street, but the boy
could not be found." He was sent
up from .McMlrmvilie where he
had beeii involved in a numher ot
V PERO'MRUS I
Mrs. Lee BHlyen was' in "the city
from Lebanon yesterday.' ' '.
' , Rev. D. Fields, president, of' the
Willamette university" alumni '.as
sociation Was in the city .-from
Grants Pass : yesterday. .
Mrs. J. L. Van Winkle visited
in the city from Jerferson yester
day . '' v'- 1
Dr. E. Iv. Smith, a resident of
Wodbufn, was in the "city" on bus
iness Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs'. A; V. Evans was in; the
city;-yesterday from Gervais.V
William Collins was visiting -In
the city from Dallas, yesterday .
: Mr. and' Mrs." "Vernon "" Clarki
residents . of Kin'gVood were' in
Oregon City I visiting with rela-
ilve and: friends yesterday?
H James -,. Stewart, ' . well .known
r Prices on o ted " artvwholeaalei- and are
trieea. receired by. farmers. - No retail
price ara rien? -"'--
- GKAXN-'AJTO E&J ' "
Ko;,l soft hite wheat ..:. '...Z.fl. 4 T
Ko. 1 soft red wheat 1.46
Oat . .fiOe
Oieat . hay $12
Oat hay .-T '
Oat and etelr but". at
PORK." MUTT' 6Si3JtE'fiFw
ltoe 160-200 ewt
lle;s, 200-250 ewt
Hoax, 230-aOO cwt.
Mht sow .
! .BOOB.; BOTT3BB,, BCTTERFAT
re :Bpry butter
Pnfterfst. delivered .
4 1 e
M:Ik rer cwfr
Published every morning (except Mon
,4y), at Salem, the -capital cf Or cob
Local Rates For
Daily or Sunday
- 2 cents per word
5 eenta per word
.1 mm. yw nv.w
One mouth, daily and (
v Sunday 20 cents pr word
la' order te earn the more than" one
time rate, adrertisement most' run in
ad taken for lest than 25 cents.
Ada rue . Sunday' only charred at
Is" and "Sitnatlons Wanted") will
V -. - 1 . 1 . . .
wwkcb Tcr uf ieiepnone II Me
adrertiser is a subscriber to phone.
Tha RtilMmM will .-..!.
tUementa at any time of the day or
night. To insnre proper cUstifica
tions aids should be in before 7-p. m.
TELEPHONE 3S or 683
Money to Loan
On Beal Estate
v TV K. FORD '
(Over Ladd As Bush Bank)
BEFORB'YOl LEAVE TODB HOUE
OB CAR HAVE IT - '
Insured- Properly t
Phone 161. Becka
Hendricka. W. B
-.' 4 29-tf
The .Lutheran;. Settle-
-. men! Bureau-
will help' both '
1 HOME3EEKER AJ'1 HOilESELLER ;
with : ' - . ' .j
Real Estate ' Insurance.. Phone 1013
f . Victor Schneider, Sec'y,
! Booms 4-5-6. D'Arey Bldf. a 3
: WE WRECK 'EM .
. Parts for aU ears. We set! for lessj
Get' our prices trailers. Salem - Auto
Wrecking Co., 402 8. Church street.
Phone 2159. Ia3tt
SCHEELER AUTO WRECKING C04, wilt
boy your old ear. Highest csth price
paid. 168 N. Cntnmerelar St.- - litStf
8aa3a , i i iii, ssaBssji
ALTO ltKPAlRLXG 3
GOOD SERVICi: FAIR PRICE. MED-'
LER & .LEBENGOOD GARAGE' Gen-
" oral repairing, sssercories.tifes. M.'ller
and 'South Commercial. Phone' 564.
SEE US FOR, TOP AND PAINT WORK.
O. J. Hull Auto Top A Paint Shop:
Rear" fire depsrtment".' g-al6tf
HEIiP AVANTD--.&tale 11
FIRST CLASS r
S0F12.' :i ' .
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P PP P P P P-F P.P P P P P-P. P
P P P P PTTP.P P F F P P-P P P
F P - - S P p
P P ' WANTED " P P
p" p - salesman with cab p b
p p - . .- . - ' p p
P P Listings anJ buyers furnished. P P
P P You show Dronertr listed br P. P
P P us to buyers furnished " by. ns. P P.
t p. under our system yon prodnco P.P
P P ateadHy frith the stsrt. Unue- P- P
P P ual opportunity . for adrahce- P. P
P P ment to sslesmanagera position. P P
P P Our own officers' in Salem and' P P
P P Portland. See Mr. Parker per P P
P P aonally. AT ONCE, P P
P P , PARKER- REALTY CO." : P' P
P P 409 0. S. Nat'l Bank Btdg' P P
P P Commercial t Htate. 15mt0tf P P
P P P P P- P P "P P P-P P P P P P P
WAXTED -Employment 19
STENOGRAPHER FIVE ' YEARS Ex
perience, 'desires; part time .work. -Box
674 car: Statesman. . - , . . . 19jll
PRACTICAJU' NURSING - AND MATERN
. ity work. Phone 1756. .. 19'lg
FOR GARDEN PLOWING. BASEMENT
digging and team, work, paone J.8JT3.
" ' - - - - 19ml4tf
. ... SlalStf
FUKXACE AND, GARAGE IN. SMALL
cottage. . -. On . paring; to leas , fcr
3 $2J.0" month.
- Large' 8-room close In' for 835 : 6 -room
80; S-rooot flat down town 835; two- ,
I dncks.TiU. SBk. Bids'. ' . Sljstf
PRINTED CARDS,' SI2E 14r- BY
; wording i-' For Kent, pries 10 cents
each. Statesman Basinet Office, on
GARAGE BUILDING FOB ' L3ASE.
Can sire long term lease otj' excellent
. building. Possessicn July First. - Fixe
- smaller store rooms for tease, $60 to
" 8125., Becke A Hendricks, U. S.-Bk.
- . FOIl REXTApartmeaU 23'
TOR RENT ' FUKNISIED APART
. meats. Reasonable. 1815 North Sum
mer. "Can after" 4. y i!2
CLEAN 3 ROOM DOWNSTAIRS APART-
ment, close in adult. 448 Union street.
i ' . . 23m24tf
i'OR RENT APARTMENTS 881 N. Com'
mere int. - 23tf
NURSES OR TEACHERS. ETC. Hers'
modern 5 large room flat. .', For rent
8U5. Close to all schools, hospitsls,
library, state house. Easiness. Furnace,
- -laundry, water heater., ranses. etc. In.
' mediate pospetsion. Becke & Hendricks
1T..-8; Bk, Bldg; . - : v 28j4tf
FOR ; RENT Room' 23
FURNISHED ROOM. WITH BATH FOR
' gentleman. Strietly modern .. . home
, ronr block front CapltoL Address 38
? earo Statesman, i 25ml4U
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE "14 BT 74
r word ?n e. "Roorna ta ' Kenv' priee 10
' cents eaeh. , Statesmaa Business office.
pro una, iioor. .. . - ... -,. -- -
. i - FOR RENT nouses v 27
fOCSE FOR RENT.
K.'C'ottaee. . ...
CALL AT 851
FIV"E HOC 3 JhlODERN HOUSE. 598 N
17. . ... , 27jl8
FOR "RENT. DWELLING AT 1052 Sag
i inaw- 823 per month. Cat! at States
man business 'office, or Beck A Hen-
drieka. - 27aMtf
Corvallresldent was in the city
yesterday, v, lie waa the guest of
Governor Pierce at the Kiawanis
luncheon':,: f ' '"' f '-.
' Mrs." 1 AT C. Hutchinson and
Mrs. A. A. Webb were visitors
here from-Silverton. yesterday.
John V. Krone.' a Rose bw re
Kj wanian was- in the city yester
day on hiisiness. "
'fj AV r i wasa visitor" at the
WANTED TO KENT 31
BY RESPONSIBLE - PARTYHOUSE
in devirabla location. , Write of phono
G. C. GUlvspie. Standard Oil Co Salem.
. - 3U12
COtJPIE v PROFESSIOXALXT EM
ployed want home for. themselTee and
two smalt children before July 1st.
, Requirements Two bed roorna and.
study in modern, house centrally local
. ed - where there are so -other small
children; breakfast- and - dinner . for
selves; all meals and " part care for
children. Will pay " liberally tor satis
faction. Reply Box IIS care States
' man. giTing- address, phono somber
and approximate terras. 31;13
WANTL) MisceHaneona 85
GOOD WOOO KITCHEK RANGE, call
680-M. .. 85J10
WANTED FIBST AND SECOND MORT
gases. Party will buy if some discount
is allowed. Home Kealty Co., 169 8:
High. Open erenings, 8:30. . 35jl9
CASH P"AID TOR! FALSE TEETH
- dantal gold, platinum and discarded
jewelry, Hoke Smelting ebd Refinery
Co Otsego. Michigan. 85j27tf
WOODBT THE AUCTIONEER BUTS
ted furniture for cash. Phone 511.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR USED
stoves, tools, furniture. Stiff Used
Goods Dept.. opposite court house. -
WANTED PRIVATE MONEY FOR
farm, loans W here serersl apnlic'
- lions on band. Mawkina m Koberts.
Inc.. 205 Oreron Blilg. B5dl4tf
RESTAURANT. CONFECTIONERY Foun
tain and tobacco combine.. LiTiog
t rooms in- rear. - Doing good- business.
Kessons for'seltins;. Easy, terms. J.
Bachant, .341 X. tom'l: . , 37jl2
HUGHES ELECTRIC - RANGE, LER3
thsn half price. Perfect condition. 660.
N.HSem! tC. Phone 1703-J. S7jU
GOOSEBERRIES FOR CANNIXO DEL1V
erert in Salem at So per pound." Phone .
45FJ or write Victor Schneider, Tur-
. ner.: Oregon. Route 1. . 37ml9tf
- : - r
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS.' TEX
cents bundle. Circulation department
Oregon Statesman. " p . 37tt
SELL US YOUR USED FURNITURE
. H..L. Stiff Furniture Co. Used Goods .
r DepV Opposite court house. 87m22lf
USED LUMBER. INQUIRE 14TH AND
Oak. Phone 1622-W. . 37jl4
ONE UPRIGHT BOILER.' MUST DIS
' pose of line. Can you use it t " Call
Cobbe & Mitchell Co., 348 So." 12th St.
Phone 813. - 37jll
Trespast Notices. 1 size 149 inches,
T tinted on good 10 ounce eanrass bear
er the words.-"Notice I Hereby. Giv
en That Trespassing- is Strieth"' Forbid
den On These Premises Under Peasltr
of Prosecution.'' Price'l5e eaeh or 3
for 25c. Sutesman Pub. Co., Sslem,
FOR SALE RECLAIMED AUTQ PARTS
for all ears. Saree 5o- to 80. Tops,
bodies, trailers. Mike's Autu Wreck
ins Uotue. 245 Center. Phone 893,
. I ' - 87m28t(
RECEIPT BOOKS SIZE 3 BY 8H"
60 receipt forma In. book, 15 eenis pee'
book or two for 25 cents. Ststes-
v man office, 215 South Commercial St.,
Salem. , - t 7f23f
FOB S AIEPLivestock SO"
VETERINARIAN PH. PATTERSO.v
Phone 2028W.-Rt. 2, Box 29. 89j2tf
GOOD FARM.,' AND 'ORCHARD: HORS
s. Guaranteed as represented.' Hsr
ness for sale. Milk cow. Reasonable
C. L. Reed. Fairgrounds! 89)11
FRED " W.' LANGE. VETERINARIAN
Offiee 420 S. Commercial. Phone 1198.
Res, phone 1858.. -. , 89m88tf
WOOD FOB' SALE
WOOD FOR SALE ,
Old growth fir 4 foot snd 18 incTi.
Second growth 4 foot, limb wood. Ash '
foot Phone- 1307, . 43J20
16-INCH' OLD FIR SECOND GROWTH'
oak and Mh, Phon 19F3. J. D. Mar-.
BEST. GRADE OF WOOT"
4 ft. and 18 inch."
Dry mill wood.
Green mill wood. ,
Dry second growth fir,
t. Dry and old fir.
4 . " Dry 4-ftv aah. maple nnd'oak
FRED E. .WELLfci. j, , . ....
Prhmpt delivery and reasonable 'price'
88Q Santh Church. Phone ISll, 43m6tt'
GOOD COAI DRY WOOD
' J HILLMAN FUETj CO.
. PHONE 1855 ' i 4Sj2)tf
inSCELLAXEOUS -. Bl
OAUiiSs. ittit AN U 'fLAtiilLttr
M.0Tin ur Pcialty. Equipped tot
au kinds of hauling. Dry wood aae!
roal , alway on ; hand at best prices.
,1806. Real eriee, 753 Trade Street,
Salem. , r,im9.
LOST AND POUND
LOST SHEPHERD DOG: PORTLAND
license. Answers nme Laddie. . I'
. poush, Sao Pine. St.. Portland,"-Ores.
.- . 53J1Z
FOUND ON MY - PREMISES. ROBE
and cushion. Owner can have same i
by proving property and paying for
tan advertisement,' 77 N.' Cottage' Sh!.-.
. HIZZ TREATMENT . .
Address Hiaa Co, Pprtland. Oreron.
- ' ' - - BSalB-IO?1
, i MONEY TO LOAN
ttutUAl, - r A tut LOANS.
. cent, r. ti. wood. 341- State St. 67jlyl
l - i. . ;;FARM LOANS ,
Long time, easy payments, low intereit,
BO lees f.r eornmistions.
..i- PERRLS'K A -JARSTER3
1 13 Gray Bldg Salem.' Ore. 87J2tl
MONEY TO.IOAN ON CITY ,-PROP-i
erty, either building ahd loan plan of'
j private money. Farm loans with
- su ranee company money at 5 with
i commission added. Ralph H. McCur4v,
- Nos. 6 and 6, fiteeves-iioore Bide, H
; '"- - - - 57fI4tl
I HAVE SEVERAL THOUSAND DOL-
sars ot private money to loan on good
real estate. Rich. L. Reimenn, D'Arey
Bid?, 43 State street.
net ween 9 and 1 0 a tn.
ntfelXESS OPl-ORTUNIXIL Cl
rUR SALE ONE OF TUE BEST PAY
Ing reataufanfs m town ; for particulam
; see .Childa te Bechtel, Kealiors. 54
f SUioSt. T; . , ..feljlOtf.
bl'slnes.s ormnjzsvTY v.oirr:i i:,--
( ciiiunj. i Be ; nisn - or Woman s.
f c;ted mmt nave cosudtiirs in thm-
I anil .lllin.MH 40 work- Thij
i i. out a sessonsbie"prepos,i"io-i, tut one
tfiet can be developed into a per; ?n-
; ent thing, inTe.tiaent ef 8100 r-
t qa red. gee Mr. King, Marion
. - Fui.
Klawanid club yesterday. -