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THE OREGON ft fATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING,-OCTOBER 28, 1925
Unsettled with rain north, cold'
er; light northeast winds. Max
63; Min. 53; River 2.5. station
ary; Rainfall none; Atmosphere
cloudy; Wind 'south. ,
Tbcater News I I
Will be found hereafter on page 1
three. - - i o28tf
Pension Leajrue TaJk ;
Prank E. Davis, of the Old Age
Pension league of i Portland,8' will
speak in the Salvation Army hall
Friday night at. 7:30 o'clock.
Everyone invited, j Special invita
tion to the church fraternal, labor
and ladies organizations of Salem
and Marion county.: Come and
bring a friend. !
Auction Sale of Furniture
at 1 p. m. sharp. M. T. Wood
ry &. Son auctioneers. Tel. 75 o28
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Eilxon Planning Trip
Fred Erixon.-;jocaV contractor
and active worker in movements
for the welfare of the city, is com
pleting his contract on the United
States National bank improvement
job and winding up other affairs
In the city preparatory to leaving
on one of the , winter tours of
Egypt and -the, Holy Land. ; Mr.
Erixon' expects, to take his long
trip shortly after the first of the
year. The . return 'will be mae
so as to permit a visit of Pari and
other European cities.
HMIiophonic Victrola .
See our ad. , ;Moore's
House. - r -
Dr. George D. Bishopv federal
veterinarian, ' left j Tuesday for
ShSdd to make, inspection on cattle
for California shipment. "Cantor
nia dairymen are. now buying cat
tle thronch ' western Oregon to
build up 4heir dairy herds with
healthy stock free from tuberculo
sis. : ; ' -'j ., :-
Cet Ready" 1
"For the cool mornings. TJniver
sal Electrie Heaters, $5.50 and up
Hallk L EolfY Electric Shop, 337
Court. . - -; . ',. ; . . 2
HJ1 .Is Repaired : - ;
The Salvation Army has"om
pleted a number of improvements
on its local rhall and Is preparing
for a busy fall, and winter season
Modern 4 Room Bungalow !
t Basement, furnace,: fireplace
' hardwood floors, laundry trays,
breakfast nook. . Gocrd " location.
15500. " Easy paymenU. $2800 to
loan, i Brown & Johnson, 109 S.
Com'L "." 028
j; Pomeroy;: Kccne
y i: , Jewelers
- 469 State Street
A requisition was issued, from
th governor's office Tuesday for
the return to Youngstown, Ohio.,
of Louis Enhoffer, now under ar
rest in Hood River. Enhoffer is
sf6to have? abandoned his wife
Stod two children In July, 1924.
. '. See our ad. Moore's
House. - j
Theater Work Progresses
Work ob the Elsinore theater,
the new Guthrie house,, has now
reached the stage where roofing
twill be put on as soon as possible.
I ThA rnntrnf tiao honn laf 4ia
John Mansfield company, manu-
facturers of asbestos roofing. Tbe
"contract for stage hardware was
i also let yesterday. Forty stage
working lines have been ordered.
of which j 20 will be Clancey steel
lines with counterweights.
My. line of stamped goods. Mrs.
Miller over Miller's store. o30
ew Furniture, rugs, beds,
spring? and mattresseff. at T. N.
woodry'sstore. Summer ant-lJor-waySts.
tonight, 7 p. m. 28
Building Permits Issued
inree building permits were
issued from the office of the city
recorder, Tuesday. Ralph Shantz
took out a permit to erect a one
story dwelling at 888 North 21st
at a cost of $3,000. A permit was
received by Charles S. Huff to
construct S'a $1,000 one-story
dwelling at ; 1765 Hickory. Enis
Wait was issued a permit to build
a one-story warehouse at 433
Front to cost $500.
See them at the Certified Pub
lic Motor Car Market, where used
cars are sold on the same plan as
in force under the Studebaker Cor
poration of America. See Stude
baker ad In Saturday Evening
Post for Oct. 10. o31
Wool shirts, $4.43.
Chuck Released M
,i,Joe Chucks who was arrested
Mpndayoh"a charge of being in
toxicated .and possessing liquor,
was released Tuesday on $100 bal
and cited , to appear today.
P. X. Woodry
; Will have some auction tonight
at his store, Summer and Norway
Sts.,- of new and used furniture.
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, Percy Ditmar, who was arrest
ed" recently on a charge of being
drunk and 4 driving while intoxi
cated, ; was released Tuesday I on
$500 bail. ; The date for his trial
has not yet been set.
Vinegar Apple Wanted '
Gideon Stols Co near comer
Summer and Mill. . Sacks furnish
ed. ..Phone 26. 1 ':. . ostr
That UniTcrsal Electric
Heater is at - Halik &
Electric shop,' 337 Court. .
BirUi Report. FiU?d ;
" The birth of son on October
27 to Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Hlnkle
of Salem . was reported Tuesday
at the office of the city health of
fleer. He has been named Sichel
Gesner, Jr. An interesting side
light on the birth reports filed so
far this month la that out of 115
LADD El BUSH, Bankers
General Banlring Basinesa :
"- ; OfSosi Cows from
Snarling. Sleet of
't-.iWinter Is Just Around
Be Prepared With
A Good Warm Overcoat
We have a real good
. Special on
reports filed, only two have been
for girls. For the last seven
months, it was declared at the of
flee, the births have been about
equally divided between the sexes.
and the number of boys born this
month is said to be unusual.
This la "Shipley's Dress Week"
All - prices of dresses in stock
have been greatly reduced. o31
We Carry the Largest
Ass t of masks costumes-
wigs for, mask parties and Hal
lowe'en. Schaefer's Drug Store,
135 N. Com. o-31
Auction Sale Thursday
1 p. m., at Indian Hill farm, end
of 12th street car line. o28
Klwanians Vote X
Members of the local Kiwanis
club at its weekly luncheon Tues
day voted unanimously that no
committee be appointed to assist
the Associated Charities of Salem
in their coming drive. Reason
given was that it is not the policy
of the club to take official action
in a drive of any nature. The
members, though, expressed them
selves in sympathy with the work
of the charity organization, and
rmjsed ttolr indiviuaLiuppori
iff the drive. H. T. Love, local
Jeweler, suggested that the club
get behind a movement to create
a community chest organization
lor Salem, and other members
were enthusiastic in expressing fa
or of such a program.
And a small payment puts
namuton-ueacb sweeper In your
home. Hamilton's. o28
Egyptian Here .
- Asahna Fendi, sent to the
United States and Europe by the
government of Egypt for the pur
pose of studying the highway sys
tems of the western, civilization
was a guest at the weekly lunch
eon of the local Kiwanis club
Tuesday. He declared that if he
could choose any country to live
in besides his native country, he
would unhesitatingly choose the
United States. : He is returning
next week . to his home country,
where he will put to practical use
the. knowledge he has gained of
highways on his tour of inspection
And repairing. Giesa-Powers
Furniture Company. s20tf
For Sale, Radio Poles
2 used radios cheap.
Harry Mills, whp was recently
arrested on a charge of possessing
liquor, was fined $50 Tuesday by
Brick Building Bargai
$21,000 takes modern building
with long-time lease that nets you
8 per cent, with a certain increase
In value. Non-resident owner.
Becke & Hendrieks, 189 N. High.
For the right kind of materials
and tba very host workman
ship call ui -
Powder and Supply Co.
1718. Commercial Phono 728
10 n-m. to t
He has some very attrac
tive buys in . .
Oakland Touring Cars
1922 and 1923 Models
Prices Unbelievable :
Vets Meeting Held
The Sons of Veterans' local aux
iliary met last night at tie Arm
ory. After a short business meet
ing a program was given and an
Informal social time was enjoyed.
For W. W. Kimball pianos. A.
B. Chase, Davenport & Tracy,
Bash & Gerts. Moore's Music
House, 409-415 Court. s20tf
The Bine, Ivory, lona Patterns-
In dinnerware is being discon
tinued: Get your fill-ins now.
See our ad. Moore's
Mr. McMillan, one of the jani
tors at the local high school, was
granted a rise in pay of $5 by the
school board at its meeting last
night. Reason given for the rise
is that Mr. McMillan has to come
to school two hours earlier than
the time specified in order to at
tend to the fires.
Heaters and Ranges-
Easy terms. Get
now at Hamilton's.
Woodry & Son-
Buy furniture. Store.
Commercial. Phone 75. -
Money Is Recovered
In an action instituted by J. B
con against Florence E. Neal. the
plaintiff recovered the amount of
$349.60, with interest from De
cember. 1924. The case was tried
in Judge Percy R. Kelly's court
Dance Salem Armory
Thursday, Oct. 29, 1925, given
oy Eastern Star Social club. Tick
ets on sale at Neimever Dmer
store, any member or De Moloy
Hamilton's Rug Sal
Now going. Exceptionally low
Smith Case Continued
At a hearing in justice court
yesterday it was decided that the
case against Charles S. Smith
charged with defrauding the Tour
ist cafe, be continued indefinitely
The district attorney's office was
represented by Lyle J. Page, and
attorneys for both Bides were pres
ent at the hearing. Smith' was
said to have run up a bill of
$72.90 for board at the restau
rant. Axminster Rugs
. 9x12 size, specially
For sale or rent, at Stiff's Used
Furniture Store. o28
Rent Case Settled
In a jury trial in justice court
mesaay, rJ. Barton was granted
the sum of $25 in his action
against O C. Ferris and Lottie
Ferris. Barton opened the suit
to collecf back rent. The case
was heard by Brazier C. Small,
justice of the' peace.
O. K. Waffle House
I Opposite Penney's. Waffles
and short orders at all hours. New
All Wool Wilton Rags
9x1 2 size, beautiful patterns, re
duced to sell at $73.50. Hamil
As Long As They Last
30 per cent discount on vanity
cases and hand bags. Nothing
takes the place of Leather. F. E.
Shafer, harness supplies. o28
All Wool Blankets
. . See windows. Stiff's Furniture
Co. ; o2S.
1:30 P. M. Shaxp--1395
Consisting of range with reservoir; 'l-22 heater,: Hoosier
kitchen-cabinet: drop head Singer sewing machine; dining
table; chairs; extension drop leaf table with leaves; beds,
erib rugs, linoleum, dresser, chiffonier rockers.. 2 horse-'
hide seated chairs, washing machine, meat. block, hand saw.:
fruit jars, and also about 200 jars of good fruit..- Kitchen
utensils, also many other useful articles. --i-' -
, ,(.':' s.:'- .: -The
above, is all in good condition r.
Mrs. L. C. Robinson; Prop. :r ' H. Fi WObtlR J & SON,
- , ' ; ' . ' :' ' Auctioneer, -Appraisers and
-i. : ' Fwrnlture.-Dealers
Store 271 N. Commercial SU Thorite 75 or 1843-W
18 Years Experience Satisfaction Guaranteed
; - Don't Forget Time and Place ! , .
Superintendent Makes Trip-
Mrs. Mary FulkersoB, county
superintendent of schools, has
recently, returned from a tour of
inspection of . several county
schools,' and reports that the run
ning order is . satisfactory.' In
cluded in the schools she visited
were 'those of Scotts MCls,
Crooked Finger and Thomas.
Diseon tinned Patterns
In' dinnerware reduced in price
to close out quick. . Hamilton's
And repairing, j Gleae-Powars
Furniture Company. s20tf
Special Hallowe'en dance. Crys
tal Garden, Sat. nite. o31
Cheap for Quirt Sale-
New 5-room house, full base
ment, furnace and fireplace. Phone
owner, 2103-W or 1575-R. 018tf
Park Department Fil
Estimates for the 1926 city
budget have been filed by the pub
lic . parks department. The esti
mate for expenses placed with
Judge Poulsen is for $4500. an
Increase lot $500 over the allow
ance made for the department in
last year's budget. -
See tbe Line of
Combination library dining ta
bles now being shown in walnut
and mahogay finishes 126.50 up.
The new Victor hit. by, Warlng's
Pennsylvanians. A feature of the
Harold Lloyd picture ''The Fresh
men." Hear it at Stiffs. o28
For Silk Hosiery-
Go to Howard Corset Shop, 153
S. High. 028
We Have a Large List
Of properties for sale. It you
are looking for a home, just call
217 for an appointment. You are
under no obligation to buy. Give
us a chance to show you some of
our excellent values. Small pay
ment down, and balance just like
rent. See Krueger. Realtor, 147
N. Com'l. Phone 217. o28
Dr. J. S. Backstrand spoke on
the subject of lunches at the meet
ing of the Lincoln-McKinley
Parent-Teacher association held
Tuesday evening. Miss Anne Simp
son of the Marion County Child
Health Demonstration also spoke
on health education. Music was
furnished by W. R. Bush.
Full Size Day lleds
Now being shown
Whole Grain Wheat
Call 1179. Henjry Lee,
Xew Chevrolet ToUrinjrs
" Small down payment, balance
18 monthly payments. See New
ton-Chevrolet Co. i ol7tt
Good values, at Hamilton's.
The Bttey Man
No Secrets, Com end See For '
.181 Court St. Phone 106
Direct Factory Branch
519 Court Street ! Phone 262
Typewriters Rented, Sold,
Special rental rates to students
Salem Office 169 S. High
12:M TOi P. M.
Factory, Silverton, Ore.
H. F. WOODRY & SON
AMtlonMn ao4 rraitar Daaton,'
pj cash fr UMd rnrnttare. Stort
871 XMtt CMUMTdsL
Office Phone 75 or Res
idence Phone 1843-W
N. Summer Street
Motor Ordered :
r The school beard at its meeting
last night authorized the ordering
of a motor for operating the sand
ing machine built by E. E. Berg
man, head of the shop department
at the local hieh school. The mo
tor will cost about $85 laid down,
in Salem. ' ' ,
Se Onr Used Furniture
Skating at Dreamland "
. Every Tues., Wed. and Saturday
Waitresses Wanted -Home
October . 26, Ellen Elizabeth
Ratcliffe. age Jl years, Daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ratcliffe,
and sister of Claude 8. Ratcliffe.
of San Francisco, and Robey S.
Ratcliffe, and Clifford Ratcliffe,
of Salem, and Mrs. Zella Johnson
of Salem. Funeral services will
be held Wednesday at 2 p. m. from
the Rigdon & Son mortuary. ,lnt
terment will be in the Cit iVew
Ruth F. Hollin. age 27 years,
died at a local hospital Tuesday
Cciober 27. Funeral announce
ment will be made later. Webb
Funeral parlors in charge of ar-
Otto Riley died at a local hos
pital October 2.7 The remains are
in care of the Terwilliger funeral
home and the body will be shipped
to Klamath Falls for funeral peryr
Ices and interment.
John Leslie Smith, born at
Marshalltown, Iowa, July 6 1872,
died at Salem', Ore., October 26,
1925, age 53 years, 3 months, 20
days. Survived by his wire Beuian
Smith, four stepsons, Sherman and
Mllo Blume of Newport, Stanley
trm Clarence ttiume oi oaiem.
Funeral services will be from the
Terwilliger funeral home 'lnurs-
day at 2:30 p. m.. Capt. Pitt of
the Salvation Army officiating.
Committal service in ,IOOF ceme
tery. F. N. WOODRY'S
Tonight, 7 p. m.
F. N. Woodry's Store, Sum
mer and Norway. Furniture,
rugs, heaters, ranges, tools,
etc.- USt-, ' .
Thursday, Oct. 29,
1 :30 p. m.
At Indian Hill Farm," 3
blocks from end of Twelfth
St. car line. Farm machin
ery, furniture of 10-roomed
house, tools, etc. ;
T. L. Davidson, Owner
Friday, Oct. 30,
11:00 a. m.
i 6 miles . west of Willamina
on highway: 26 head of good
dairy cows, fresh and com
ing fresh. Free lunch at
Wm. Ray, Owner
Monday, Nov. 2,
1 :30 p. m.
At 434 South 23rd Street
High grade furniture, player
piano, rugs, -sewing ma
chine, canned fruit, tools,
etc. Everything like . new.
J. A. Simmons, Owner
Tuesday, Nov. 3,
1 :30 p. m.
2565 N. Fifth St.
Four good lots with fouf
roomed plastered house in
cluding range and all furni
Mrs. Susan Piche, Owner-
Wednesday, Nov. 4
1:30 p. m.
1244 N. Front St.: Furni
ture, range, heater and rugs,
home canned fruit, tools, etc.-
H. J. Jones, Owner ?
AVed. Nite, Nov. 4,
7:00 p ni. .
F. N. Woodry's Store,
Summer and Nora
Thursday, Nov. 5,
10:30 a. m.
First fairtn north of Valley
Packing: , Co., on Pacific
highway: nine horses, cow,
chickens, mac hinery, furni
ture," tools, etc. '
T. W. Steiger Estate
RESERVE TniS LIST , :
F, N. WOODRY
Salem's Leading Auctioneer
, Phone 311
A",Payment of $3 Down
. Places any heater in our de
partment in , your i home. ' Easy
terms on balance. Hamilton's. o28
We Offer .
Style, . f reedonf jnd comfort.
Howard Corset Shop, 153 S. High.
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Apartment House Corner
$7500, with buildings on to
parry a wonder investment. Extra
large. Close university and state
house, schools- Becke & Hen
dricks, 189 N. High, Hellig Bldg.
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ThLs Is "Shipley's Dress Week"
Air prices of . dresses in stock
.have been greatly reduced, p31
Luner Is Named
Governor Pierce has named
Rhea, Lu per, -state engineer, as a
delegate, to the conference called
by Elwood Meade, commissioner
of the reclamation service, in
Washington, D. C, Dec. 11 and
12.. Reclamation policies, with
reference to western and southern
states, and the question of settle-
ment, will be taken up at the con
First' Mortgage Money Wanted
For new Salem homes. Amounts
$600 on up; 6 to 7per cent.
Becke & Hendricks, 189 N. High,
Hefflg Bldg. . o31
At Indian Hill Farm just 3 blocks south of end of
South 12th street car line
This Thursday, Oct. 29, 1 :30 p. itu
FURNITURE FARM MACHINERY
. - ..-
As Follows: -
Buick touring automobile; good 3 1-4 inch wide. tire
wagon; 5 ft. McCormick mower; 6 ft. corrugated,,,
roller; spring tooth harrow; cultivator; one-hors,.
wagon DeLaval cream separator; Oliver 40 plow ;v
10-in. walking plow; double set breeching harness;,.
2 horse disc harrow; man's bicycle; ladjrs bicycle,
like new; small farm tools of all kinds; 5 iron beds,
springs and mattresses; princess birdseye maple
dresser with stand and chair; 3 other dressers;
library table; good 6-hole range; large heater like,
nbw ; Hot Point electric 3-hole range ; electric wash
machine; oak kitchen cabinet; book case; good re- .
frigerator; oak extension table; 6 diners and buffet
to match; 4 rockers; Morris chair; 2 arm chairs;
folding bed; stand tables; army cot; pedestals; pic-a
tures; inlaid linoleum; large carpet; chair carpet
4 good rugs; 8 cream cans; .22 rifle; 6 cords dry
16-inch fir wood, and a miscellaneous lot of articles
which space will not permit to advertise. Terms
T. L. DAVIDSON, F.N. WOODRY,
Owner Indian Hill Farm Balom's Ix-ading Auctioneer ,
"List your sales personally with F. N. Woodry 4
Established in Salem since 191S" -.,
$2.00 Portlemd and Return
v"' via -h : r ;
Oregon Electric Railway
for the big - ii
pacific international; h
October 31 to November 7 Inclusive -
Tickets on sale October 29 to November 7. V
. Return limit November 9
Take advantage of this low fare to see the world's -Largest
Livestock Exposition I Ten acres
under one roof !
The World's Champion stock will be shown ,T5
Manufactures and Land Products Show 4 ff
Northwest Hay and Grain Show
' Poultry and Pet Stock Show lJT.
Dairy Products Show jTTrr
Horse Show 'r"
Trains leave Salem at 7:05, 10:00, 11:15
a. m. and 1:30, 4:00, 5:30, it
8:20 p.m. daily 'j
Tickets, schedules and further details of
J. W. RITCHIE, Agent - 4
d fit forever
type of foot
JUST GOOD SHOES
F. N. WOODRY
Pays Cash For Furniture
Residence and? Store
' 610 North Summer
"Established Since 1910M
- PIIOXK 727 1
RECKE & -HENDRICKS
- - Insuraace of An Kinds
Lobby Hellig Theatre, 189 N. Hljh X
. .;r ' Telephone 161 . : J. fc-k