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THE OREGON AfATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1025 ;
FALL AND WINTER
It will s bo n be time to
. change from your summer
underwear to a heavier and
warmer garment. ,
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Now is the Time to Buy
G. W. JOHNSON & CO.
469 State Street f
r He hat very late model
"Chrysler Six Touring. Car
looks J tut like new; raft be
bought for only $1200.00.
"This is" worth your whllo
if you are thinking ;.
' - - , Chrysler"
Dr. Doney Speak . . v -.;
5 Dr. Carl O. Doner, president of
Willamette' university,, went to La
Grande Thursday where he ad
dressed a meeting of the county
teachers' institute , held in that
NE WS IN BRIEF
Cloudy west; fair east portion;
. cooler light northerly winds. Max.
s; Jym. as; Jtuver- z.,
ary; "Rainfall - none ; Atmosphere
partly cloudy; Wind northwest.
Tbe Th.ea.ters Today
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Oregon "Rugged Water" t
fcy Joseph C- Lincoln, en-
acted hy Lois Wilson; Wal
lace Deery, Warner Baxter
1 lleilig-Associatlon Vaude
ville. - , ,.- .- "
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Diphtheria Causes Death
Aa.a result ol. a case of diph
theria,' Mre.CEtta.M. Koch of 803
Locust street dieX'Thursday morn
ing. Her small son Is said to be
seriously ill with the same malady.
She fs anrylved by, her husband,
Frank KpcB" aajfTamily. . ' ';.
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VlnegarTAppIes Wanted f
Gideon Stoli Co., near!, corner
Summer and Mill. Sacks furnish
ed. Phone 28. oStf
At YWCA, 12 polished oak top
tables, 3x4 ft. Suitable for use
in restaurant or tea room. Price
$6. ' . ; .V K? o23
Ad Club Meets ( ;
Bad ' checks are 'becoming a
nuisance in the eyes of members
of the Salem Ad club, who met
Thursday, and they are arranging
for a campaign against bad check
passers- and ' shonlifters. i : Those
I present agreed that all who are
caught In the act should be rig
orously prosecuted. . . .(.- 4
I Bligh Irene Rich in
Divorce Is Sought- , '. '
Cora Cooley Rose has filed salt
fori divorce against John P. Rose,
alleging desertion The " iwere
married in Harriaburg in April,
1920. ; Non-uppprt Ja also charg
ed by Mrs. Rose, who says her
r huband is "indolent, shiftless, a
pendL-thrlft, untruthful and ntter-
Heyf Freshic! f
Wbere'd you geVthat stufr? At
Moore's Music House, on Victor
99c Aluminum Sale
Today tand Saturday.
Stiff Furniture Co.
Club to Meet. ; t
Marlpn County 'Jersey -clubi is Is
suing, notices; that meeting for
the purpose of reorganizing the
club'wlll be held Saturday; morn
Ing' at 11 o'clock in the - local
Chamber of Commerce. i . '''
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KendB Box of Oregon's Finest
; Stork's Delicious to your; east
ern friends. , On sale at i Salem
Fruit Union. ' o2
Dances Every Fridaj1
Night at Derby HalL. Everyone
welcome. ... o23
license Is Issued i"
' , A marriage lice nee was Issued
Wednesday to J. I Sande, ;bank
' teller, 18 S3 Trade street and Ruth
"H. Edwards, 355 : North'; Capitol
V LeveKissed j
For Sale ,. !
About 25 used and rebuilt heat
ing stoves; 250 Court. o25
Fro-hie. v i; 4
; Gness You" Think You're Tuf f r
Hear it and laugh on Victor re
cord at Moore's Music House. o25
an institution. She ust be able
to provide for them by the first
of February in order to hare them
with her. 'Her husband Is in Jail
on a liquor charge. Their home
was lost Jy a mortgage placed on
the place to obtain funds for Mr.
Taylor's defense. ' He promised to
reform, hut failed to keep his
Dr. E. S. Hammond of Kimball
school ' of theology. . His mother,
Mrs. Delia Crowder Miller, was for
a number of years head of the ora
university. When she became sick
and was forced to resign, her son
filled out the year for her in the
oratorical instruction. He is also
director of publicity for the colleger
And repairing. Qlese-Powers
Furniture Company. azfltX
Roae Klver . Open - ,
:, In the opinion of Attorney-General
Van Winkle, the Rogue: rfver
Is open any time of the year to
. hook and line fishing for steel-
heads over 15 inches- in length.
The opinion was rendered in reply
to an inquiry made by the state
game commission.; . .
it Fire laada IS in mill woUd
$17.50. Prompt delivery. Spauld
lng Logging Co.!, Tel 1830. o23
Fire Is Reported '
- The fire department was called
last' night to extinguish a fire that
gained headway in the house at
1587 North Winter, the home of
Vernon Taylor, who works at the
local paper mill.! The fire started
from an oil stove which' was left
in the bath room to warm the
place up. .The fire was checked
as soon as the engines arrived at
the location, but not before three
rooms i the back end of the house
were damaged, i
Genuine Thermos Bottles
89c. Schaefer Drug. 135 N.
Com'L , o25
Forfeits Bail .
hH. Z. Johnson, arrested recent!
iy on a cnarge oi possessing liquor,
forfeited a bail of 350 by failing
to appear for a hearing before
Judge Poulsen Thursday. .. .. ,
A Fine Line
'Of boys' mackinaws $6.90 and
$7.95. s C. J. Brier. o27
(W. B. Ross of Albany was ar
rested by Officer Thomason late
Wednesday night on a' charge of
being drunk He was released on
310 bail and cited to appear to
99c Aluminum Sale
Today, and Saturday.
Stiff Furniture. Co.
St. Joseph's Auditorium. Che
meketa and Winter; old-time as
well as late dances. All-Star or
chestra. Everyone welcome. 23
Patterson on- Squad
Frank Patterson of Salem,
sophomore in commerce, is one of
99e Aluminum- Sale
j Today and Saturday. 11. L.
Stiff Furniture Co. 023
Basketball practice Starts-
Leslie Sparks,, coach of the frosh
basketball squad, issued a call tor
men Thursday, and in the after
noon held a workout, The frosh
team will practice regularly from
now on, and the varsity squad will
be out for basketball practice reg
ularly, beginning the first of next
week. Coach Rathbun announced
iThnrsday that the varsity will
practice three days a week until
the season starts, when daily prac
tice will be held.
Tom Jordan of Twin Falls, Ida
ho, is visiting friends in Roseburg,
Eugene and Salem. Mr. Jordan
has made several trips to the Wil
lamette" valley and each time it
looks better to him. He is a guest
of D. W. Morley while in Salem.
That LEATHER Coat
Is at Shafer's; also suit cases.
hand bags, gloves, purses.- Noth-
the 20 men chosen for the OAC ing takes the place of LEATHER.
Graduate Manager Here . " '
Jack Benefiel. of Eugene, grad
uate manager of the University of
Oregon, was in the city last night
in the interests of the Oregon-California
football game on Multno
mah' field in .Portland Saturday.
Mr., Benefiel would make no pre
dictions but guaranteed that when
the final whistle blew football en
thusiasts would 'realize that they
had seen a real game. ;
You Will Appreciate i .
A good pumpkin pie. Its fla
vor Is just right. We make them
fresh every day. That's why they
have that home-made taste. Bake
Rite Bakery, .r ; ; o23
Stark's Delicious Appl
jAll prices, grades and sizes,
loose or packed, on sale at Salem
Fruit Union. , E. S. Biehn. o24
t-r.-ui'-l . ! . ' :
Brush College Mettings
i C4pt, H.all. of McMinnville. will
preach, both morning and evening,
on Sundayat Brush college.
And repairing. Glesa-Powers
Furniture Company. . s20tf
The . Power of God Heals
If. you have faith in His word,
come to me' and in the name of
Jesus -1 will ' heal yon. All " so-
called incurable diseases solicited.
Prof. Hawkins,-Hotel Bligh. o25
-. Pomcroy & Kccne
i - Salent, Orejron
ll. F. WOODRY & SON.
... eut for Vid rarnltsxs. Btete
ill Korta Coaassnlai. - .
Clfhs Phcr.3 75 cr IU
Seeks Work; After Hike-
Mrs. G. L. Taylor, who; has Just
completed a 300-mile hike from
Toppenish,: Wash., to Salem with
two of her fourteen children, is
looking for work, preferably .with
a dairy, where the could do the
milking, and 'With the aid of hex
older' children; niana'ge the -place
during, the winter. She is seeking
to establish a "home so" that' she
may receive her children. now jn
varsity basketball squad. Most of
these men will be retained through
the season. This is Patterson's
first year for varsity basketball.
He played on' the freshman team
last year. -, Squad practice will con
tinue' twice a -week with one hour
a week devoted to Individual
work, . , .
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Silver Pumps ...
$698 Kafateria Shoe Store.
MI.MJsst3Iy Swiss" .
- . Victor, record and a riot of fun
at Moore's Music House. o25
Com pre Snuggery
,A snuggery . is a place where
people - may ibe snug. Here's a
new home for two or three. Has
three rooms and sleeping- porch,
full deep cement basement where
one can swing an ax or a cat, arid
keep .the Ford, furnace, fireplace.
hardwood floors, wired for electric
range. On a large lot south with
large trees and view. Is brand
new and can be bought for $3600
with $600 down, balance EXACT
LY 'like rent. Being finished at
1550 South Winter street. Becke
ft Hendricks,. Helllg Bldg., 189 N.
High. - - . .024
Speeder; Fined-f- . .... .
- Gustav Patzer; arrested recent
ly on a, charge of speeding, was
fined-1 5 by Judge Poulsen Thurs
day. j ' '
$6.98 Kafateria Shoe Store.
Brick Buildings Cheap
We have four Salem Brick
buildings for sale, $18,000 to $22,
000. Any one will pay you double
the return of safe bonds pn BOND
value. Investigate now. Becke &
Hendricks, Heilig Bldg., 189 N.
t TYPEWRITER CO.
Direct Factory Branch
619 Court 8treet i Phone 82
. Typewriter! Rented, Sold, ,
. Repaired . : . .
Special rental rates to students
Salcm Office 163 Si High
: Office hours:'- ;
1J:M TO 3 r. M. . I
Factory, EUvortoa, Oret
Student Now Instructor .:.
Orville Crowder Miller, who
was formerly a student at Wil
lamette university, is director of
forensics and Instructor of Jour
nalism at College of the Pacific at
Stockton, California, according to
; . Salem's Leading f
Para Cash For Furniture
Residence and Store
. 1810 North Summer : '
PHONE 1511 :
. MJCstablished Since 1916"
For the right kind of materials
and the very best . workman
ship call ns ; -
y. Powdsr-Eni Csr?ly Co.";:
US B. Commercial Fhone 728
F- E. Shafer, harness
Here From Roeeburg
Mrs. W. E. Marsters of Rese-
burg will spend several days in
Salem at the home oV her daugh
ter, Mrs. lAne Morley.
Exclusive Distribution v
I For W. W. Kimball pianos. A
B4 Chase, Davenport & - Tracy,
Bash ft Gerts. Moore's . Masic
House. 409-415 Court. . s20tf
Dance Party Sponsored
The social club of the Order of
Eastern Star is sponsoring a danc
ing party to be held at the Armory
Thursday evening, October-. 29
The sale of tickets is in charge of
the De Molay boys. t-
Woodry . Sou ' H -
Boy furniture. Store, 271 N.
Commercial. Phone 75. s2tf
Saturday Is Children's Day .
Again at Mrs. SUth's Millinery.
Store, reduction on all hats. We
also have a few more coats and
dresses at wholesale prices. We
have one rack of coats and dresses
at ! S 1 0 each.. Secure these'bar
gains while they last. Mrs. H. P.
Stith, .333 State. jf . o24
Call at the Model Beauty. Par
lor tor expert service. Shingles',
marcels and permanent waves our
specialty. Phone 956. o23
O. K. Waffle House-
Opposite , Penhey's. Waffles
and short orders at all hours. New
New Chevrolet Tourings
- Small down payment, balanca
18 monthly payments.! See New
ton-Chevrolet Co. . , J ( ol7tf
"reshte?!: Heaiat v
On Victor record, at Moore's
Music House It s a knockout! o2
Officer Passes. Cigars "
-Sergeant George White, fellow
officers' aay;lwni "have' to htty a
new uniform ' if ie - continues to
swell out his chest. Anyhow, Offi
cer White Is passing the cigars, as
he became the father of a -baby
daughter October 21. The new
arrival, has " been named Dorothy
Irene. . Both mother and daughter.
who are at the Salem hospital, are
reported to be doing nicely.
Sergeant Edwards " Farther
Thursday night "Sergeant Ed
wards . was. smiling happily, at the
end of a healthy looking cigar.
When asked If the smoke had been
presented to lm by sergeant
White, who received a daughter
Wednesday evening, he repnen
"Nothing doing! Sergeant White
beat me to it bjf a few hours in
time, but"my ?wlfe -presented iae
with a daughter the same night,
and she weighs nine pounds, two
pounds - heavier than White's
daughter. We pave named her
Betty Louise,' bat I doubt 1f my
wife will"' let me make a poMce
matron of hef.-'jv I
Dkl You See?
The new' wrap-arounds at How
ard's Corset Shop, 153 S. High
Uaedtteiiera? s ?
At low prices, stiff's used fur
niture store." '" o23
Farewell Dance " '
McElroy'e orchestra. Crystal
Garden, . Saturday nigbU Ten
Dance, Schindler Hall
Building Permit Issued
-i Theo Sauso . took out a permit
from the office of the city record
er. Thursday to erect a one-story
dwelling at 210 South Twenty
third, at a cost of $1800.
Call graduated nurses through
Salem official register, Crown
drug store on or after Oct. 26.
Night phone 910J-1544M. o24
Rummage Sale Saturday
! St. Joseph's auditorium.
. , ' M. Clifford : Maynihan Jr., died
at the borne of his parents. 475
South; 18th St., Oct,t22nd, at the
age of 11 months. He Is survived
by his-parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Clifford Maynihan ot Salem, Ore.
Funeral- services , will be held to-,
day at the residence A 2 . m.;
Rev. Achesotf will have" charge of
services" Interment will be In the
City View cemetery.
;Ernest Eller and Harold Cotter,
arrested recently with what were
believed to be a complete, set of
burglar tools, and later' found to
be paroled convicts, were released
Thursday to the sheriff of Lane
bounty where they will be held
to answer charges of auth theft.
We Carry the Largest '
Ass't of masks costumes
jwigs for, mask, parties and Hal
lowe'en. Schaefer's Drug Store.
Annie -E. Bell died at er home
on Park street and Garden road,
about 8:30 o'clock Wednesday
night, age 51 years.' Survived by
her husband. James T. Bell, and
four -brothers, George W. Jackson,
Jr..; Edwards Jackson, both of Mo
la Ha; Ben .Jackson of. Idaho and
Hiram Jackson of eastern Oregon,
and Mrs.- Ella Copeland and Mrs.
Samuel McDonald, sisters, both of
Salem. . Funeral , services will be
held this afternoon at 2 p. m. from
the Rlgdon mortuary. Rev.. Tay
lor officiating. .; Interment in . the
City View cemetery.
i : . - Koch :
Mrs. Etta Koch died at the resi
dence,. 803 .Locust street, October
22, at the, age of 41 years. Sur
vived by her husband, Frank Koch
and three sons, Francis, William
and Raymond, all of Salem. Pri
vate funeral services will be held
today. It. has beeo , necessary, to
postpone' i the- services from 10
o'clock until. 1 o'clock this, after
noon. rRigdon mortuary In charge
of arrangements. Interment in St.
135 N. Com.
03 If .Barbara cemetery.
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BECKE 9t 1IFRICKS ' - . , ,
Insurance Of All Kinds . . ,
Lobby Heilig Theater 189 North High . ' Telephone 161
LADD El RUSH, Bonlicru
. V. SsUbUahed ISZ? tI C. -( r.-V
Gestral Daiikxnj 'Czzzz-: Vs
0Soe Cocrt front 10 Ixx. ta 8 rxs. !v, .
Her Latest and Greatest
.17 S. Seeks Draftsmen
.The -United States civil service
commission announces open com
petitive' examinations to fill tacan
cies In the positions of nglneerlnnv,
draftsman, -United States forest - .
service at Portland, at $1680 ami
$1860 a year, respectively, and
future vacancies as they may oc-
vur. - rveceijn oi appiiranons wm
close November . 1 8. For further
information apply to the local sec- '
retary. board of civil service ex- ..!?
aminers, post office building,- this
city, - , -. .....
Dance, Sohindler Hall
. Saturday night. " . .
Cheap for QuifU Sale .
New 5-room house, full base
ment, furnace and fireplace. Phone
owner, 2103-W or 1575-R. 018tfV"
N, ' The Battery Mna
: Tas Bens f Personal
331 Court St. : Plinn !
Are you wearing the kind, that your
Profession or Business requires?
One of the Most Outstanding
Ilctures of the Year I
Where the Big Shows Play
we are efficiently able and prepared
to fit you to a pair of the
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in proper lasts, leathers, and styles that
are comfortable, attractive and
. Let Your Next Pair Be
John J. Rottle
415 State Street
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Our Annuo! Clooins Out
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oi iiniir war e
We Are Discontinuing the Follovyring Decorations of
I Open Stock Dmherware .
Dogb 18 K Gold Band less 25
American Hard Body ' "
Beaumont Rose Border less 33 1-3
Johnson Bros. English : ..;'-.;
- 7105 Pink Rose Border less 40
... I American Hard Body : - ..
Empress Imitation Minton less 50 .
. : American Hard Body . . : "
190412 Rose Spray less 50
merchandise was not purchased for cale pur
poses, but is all the best of manufacture. -
The! above "decorations "were standard stock pattern with us for 3 to 7 years: .
Many Salem homes have these designs and this is the one.
.opportunity to fill in at the lowest of prices
The stocks are complete so as to enable one to make up sets '' ' r V
Shop early as the stock will not last long ?
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J ..135-Ncrtii Liberty Street Salem, Oreca