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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
TUESDAY, .VOItNING, NOVEMBER IT, J92S
We Have a Real Special on Hose
.! -.. Just think of it
4 PAIR FOR $1.00
Guaranteed for four months-1-don't miss it
G. W. JOHNSON & CO.
469 State Street
!j Grange Meets Saturday-
-)V. hrnva en of th elaaatest look
tnc Ford Bscs any on could wtah
far. It kx a w.ndaxfni aody wit a
ft CM top sad aid caxtalna. J art
tha thing for any eat vba want
MaethiBg Jnrt a Uttla Ut totter
than tha other fellow'. The price
is leas than tat body cost. Going
Salem Grange will hold its an
nual homecoming meeting Satur
day with an all-day meeting, be
ginning at 10:30 a. m. There
! will be an open meeting from l;30
to 2:30 o'clock and a special pro-
i gram. The officers of Marion
county Pomona grange will! he
guests of Salem grange on this oc
was learned definitely that the
teachers will not be able to go
before the people for a general
salary rise until spring.
Many Beautiful Mats
At -$3 "during our semi-annual
sale. The -French ShoD. hl7
Information Is Sought
H. R.'Ryan, adjutant of the Pa
cific post of the GAR is seeking
Information as to the where
abouts of Mrs. Sena B. Wright for
whom a pension was made out
25 years ago. The government is
now endeavoring to locate her in
order to make an adjustment of
the fund. Any information may
be communicated to R. . R. Ryan
IET SilEM HELP TD
TELL FT WITH ROSES
Thanksgiving Rose Show at
Portland Unique and. well
Worthy of Help
A Great Many Christmas
Suggestions to be found at Mar- Jof Salem.'
garet s Baby Specialty Shop, 20
X. High, between Court and Che- j fSaIrJ' ILirJL '
nol.lg I " " " ........
V- . V. . . UAf
Requisition papers were issued
frpni the governor's office Monday j ager.
for the return to Oregon of D. L.
A. J Rousseau, recently of the
Goodpasture garage of Eugene, is
now connected with the Fred M.
Powell Motor Cars as sales man
Bridge Luncheon Sets
Brownell Electric Co., 379 State
eiT NEWS. IN BRIEF
Dougherty, under- arrest in Los
Angeles. Dougherty is wanted In
Portland for a forgery said to have stree
Deen committed uecemoer l, I9zz.
esi, HODieU UlOn.t t At rtAPe.A Thosn in.
1 9X12, regular price 1135. spe- ciude a WiUyS-Knight sedan.
Unsettled east and occasional
rains in western portion; moder
ate temperature, moderate to fresh
southerly winds on 1 the coast.
Monday Max., 51; min., 45 ;
-river, 0.3. " falling: rainfall, .47;
atmosphere, cloudy; wind, south.
Guy O. Smith, Salem attorney,
was appointed guardiaji. ad litem
for Hazel and Kenneth," Marsters,
minors, 'in the' settlement of the
estate of Ray's. Marsters. t'V
Sale of Young iien's ' :
Press pants, one-third off regu
lar price. Bishop's. - nl7
Wednesday night, 7 p. m. at
F. N. Wodry's store, Summer and
Norway, where it's warm and
cozy, ' nl8
Medical Group Meets
The Polk-Yamhill-Marion Medi
cal society will meet at the Gray
Belle tonight. Dinner will be at
7 p. m. Papers at 8 o'clock. The
following papers will be offered:
"The Falling Heart," T. Homer
Cof fen, M. D., Portland. Discus
sion opened by R. E. Kleinsorge,
M.D. "Operative Collapse Therapy
in Treatment of Pulmonary Tuber
culosis," Ralph Matson, M.D., of
Portland. Discussion opened by
W. !B. Morse, JUP-s JJES .
Don't Fail to See the
Oriental novelties. Brownell
Electric Co , 379 State street. nl7
Irene Castle Gowns
All Irene Castle models new in
6tock, on sale at (39.75, original
ly $57 to $69.75. M. Buffe Morri
son, The French Shop. nl7
Saturday, and, found guilty on a
charge of driving while under the
influence of intoxicating liquor,
was sentenced Monday by Judge
Poulsen to 60 days in jail, $100
fine, and suspension of his driv
er's license for one year. His
lawyer, Bert Macey, will endeav
or to place a writ of review be
fore the circuit court.
cial for this week $98.50. Hamil
ton's, 340 Court street. nl8
4 o clock. Forrest Taylor Coin-
Hudson coach, a Gardner coupe.
a Ford coupe and a Studebaker
closure. See these at the Certi
fied Public Motor Car Market.nl?
pany presents ''Johnny Get tour Annnal Treat ThllJ EvenInK
Gun" at the Heilig
May Exchange Insane
In order to expedite
Elizabeth Spencer will sing in
an. Edison tone-test recital. These
recitals are sung in person by the
best singers In America. Secure
antra sf tnoona nof innia Va 1
Ul ,wCva I your admission tickets now at
Geo. C. Wills' music store. nl7
9x12 best worsted Wiltons, reg
ular $135 , special this week
$98.50. Hamilton's. 340 Court
tween state hospitals of Oregon
ahd Washington, Dr. R. E. Lee
Sin superintendent of the Ore- Hotrf D,nner
6uu oioic uuspiiai, auu iui. iitrie
Abrams, secretary of the board of
control, left Monday for Ft. Stella.
coom, Wash., to confer with offi
cials of the Washington state hos
(The Portland Journal of Nov
ember 8, had the following edi
torial article, under the heading.
Tell It With Roses:")
"W. C. Culhertson has been
named by the Progressive Busi
ness Men's club as manager of the
Thanksgiving Rose Show to be
given November 23 under the aus
pices of that organization.
'Mr. Culbertson was manager
of lastyear's highly successful
Thanksgiving show. He entered
upon his duties then, as he will
now, with the utmost enthusiasm
and with a complete understand
ing of the possibilities of ihe
event. He deserves the cooper
ation of every Portlander, and, be
cause of his own enthusiasm, will
probably receive it.
'.'It goes without saying that a
successful rose show can be held
In Oregon in June. The world ex
pects that. But the world doesn't
George L. Smith and Family
.Wilt Come From War
saw, New York
joy. - v
Tom will see that we are all
anxious o know what is doing In
your, lovely city, as I have mb-
scribed for The Statesman for one
year. With kind regards to you
aii..v - : -' :
GEORGE L. SMITH .
Warsaw, N. Y.. No. 5 Cottage '
court. Nov. 2, 1923.
You may think strange of re
ceive a letter from one yon never
knew, but a little later It will ex
plain the reason to you.
On October 23. 1922. I left
Warsaw. New York, with my wife
and two sons, Lloyd and Harold,
to visit my son, Roy H, Smith,
wjio lives at 480 South Twenty-
third stret, Salem, Oregon. The
trip' was by auto, which we all
enjoyed very much; arriving in
your city November 24, covering
a distance of 4380 miles;, making
the trip in 33 days all o. k.
Afte rarriving there I rented
of Mr. Donnell his home all furn
ished till the first ot April, when
we got a telegram calling us
home on account of sickness, and
death a little later.
While in your city we; liked it
It was the finest city w saw
know that the queen of flowers is comjng sut, and as we think of
as much at home in Portland in tBe friends we made while there
November as in June. To demon- and the mSiny good times that we
strate that fact to all comers is had at- the une ome Df Mr. and
wliat Mr. Culbertson, the Fro- Mra j0hn B. Giesy. on Twenty-
gressive Business Men and all who ta. street, words fall us.
cooperate with them have set out If nothiQg happens to prevent,
to do. . -mi h nrllh vnii ' (h cnmlnE
Get the Best ..."
121 South Commercial
summer, which we will all en-
Sale of Young Men's -
Dress pants, one-third off regu
lar price. Bishop's. nl7
Bemi-annual Clearance Sale
Of all fine millinery. The
French Stop, M. Buffe Morrison,
115 High street. nl7
W. Tinker Has Parchased
The interest of Mr Vincent in
Skipper & Vincent, and the firm
name will now be known as Skip
per & Tinker, 544 Ferry. High
class auto repairing assured. nl7
Reckless Driver Fined
Rosco Reeves, arrested Sunday
by Officer Olson on a charge of
reckless driving, was fined $25
Monday by Judge Poulsen.
C. IL Cameron, Atito Painter
Now open for business, after a
3 months' illness. 398 N. 21st St.
Phone 1002W. n21
Tudors Bound Over
charged with forging the name
of Arthur Caldwell, owner of the
Valley Grill. Lawrence Tydors was
arraigned in justice court yester
day after he had asked for a hear
ing. His case came up at 11
o'clock Monday morning. Tudors Buys First Briquets
was bound over to the grand jury j Mrs. E. F. DeVine. 880 North j Medford, where he was paster of
with bail fixed at $1,000. He is Twenty-second, has the distinction the First M. E. church
now in the county jail. The check of getting the first delivery of the
"Only th rose fanciers have ob
served that the heat of midsum
mer quickly tends to wither the CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH
flowers and that the tang of au- MONEY ;
tumn and winter gives a better Send this ad and ten cents to
i, n th Btork Numerous ex- Foley & Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave.,
hibitors who have entered displays cn'ca5' writing your name
. .... ... . T and address clearly. You will re
in all the Portland June shows de- . Kn mi va
clared that the exhibits at last HONEY AXn TAR COMPOUND
Served 5:45 to 8 every evening, 'ear'8 IThanksgiving how were for coughs, colds and hoarseness.
n!4tf suPerior to any in the "sual June also - free sample packages of
festivals. uvu&y riuus, a diuretic stimu-
'Why not let the world be told lant for the kidneys, and FOLEY'S
that there is more than one month CATHARTIC TABLETS for con-
Rov. DcYoe to Speak
Rev. J. Willard DeYoe, pastor
Your Old Piano-
Taken as wart payment on a
Brunswick or Victrola. H. L. Stiff
of the Leslie M. E. church, will
be the next Saturday night speak
er at (he Salvation Army hall.
Mrs, DeYoe; will asfo be present
n!2tf aD(l assist her husband in special
vocal selections. Rev. DeYoe has
recently come to Salem from
is said to have been for $6.
new Ford charcoal briquets Intro- Bijf Lof of Boys Suits
Divorce la. Obtained -..:.-
i Beulah Lewis was granted a di
vorce in the circuit court yester
day from' Charles Lewis. She will
have the custody of her two child
ren, a daughter 9 years old and
a boy 1 5 years- of age.
Charles P. Farah of Portland
was arrested for speeding by Of
ficer Hickman Sunday. He was
cited io ;pparrtody-
duced in Salem.
Half price , Bishop's.
Rex Keene, who was tried by
jury in the city court and found
guilty of possessing liquor, was
fined $100 and costs Monday by
Sale of Young Men's '" r
Dress pants, one-third off regu
lar price. Bishop's. nl7
llazaarwSnpper at Liberty
i A bazaar and cafeteria supper
will be held at the Liberty com
. munity hall tonight. The supper
. will be served from 6 to 8 o'clock.
Gun Pointing Charged -
Pete Parslgian -of Orvllle had
James P. Taylor of Salem arrested
.Saturday on a charge of pointing
' a gun at him. The case waa heard
in justice court. Taylor's bail was
set at $25 and the case continued.
No date has been set for hearing.
And repairing. Gleie-Powert
..Furniture Company. ' slOU
Newspaper Man Visits
S. Sumpter Smith, manager of
.the Mail Tribune in Medford, was
Mn Salem yesterday on .business
and while here visited many of
his Salem friends. Mr. Smith is
one of the best known of the news
naoermen of the northwest. He
has been connected with the Med
ford paper for many years.
Your Old Piano-
Taken as part payment on a
Prunswick or Victrola. II. L. Stiff
Furniture Co. . A- nl2tf
Stock Reducing ; f -
Sale of Wilton ruga, $85 values
special at $67.50. Hamilton's,
340 Court street. i 18
School Program Givci
Pupils ,of the Waconda school
gave a very interesting program
Friday night which waa attended
by over 125 residents of the dis
trict. Refreshments were served
after the entertainment. Over
$20 was realized from the event
and the money will be used in
purchasing new equipment for the
school. Miss Gladys Brown is the
teacher in the Waconda district-
Needlework Sale f f
For bazaars and Xnvas gifts at
Mrs. Hayden, 48i N. 14th. nl7
For W. W. Kimball pianos. A.
B. Chase, Davenport ft Tracy,
Bush ft Certs. Moora'i Music
House 409-415 Court. ; t20tt
Fire Department Called
The fire department was called
last night to quench a fire said
to be ravaging in the rooms above
the Patton Book store. Fire trucks
were rushed to the scene only to
find that fumigation was in prog
ress in the rooms.
To procure a high-grade Wilton
rug. Hamilton's Clearance Sale,
340 Court street. ' nl8
Oppon. Teaches Acetylene
And electric welding. New elec
tric welding machines, $250;
acetylene generators, $90 and un.
695 Mill St. d7
Accident Causes Injury
A. Wintesten of 1245 Madison
sustained a broken rib Monday
evening when the car he was
driving collided with one that was
driven by W. Young at the inter
section ot Lncoln and Commercial
Hear the Orthophonic
Victrola today at Stiff's.
Hear the Orthophonic
V'ctrola today.at Stiff's.
C. W. Swift of Salem was ar
rested by Officer Edwards late
Saturday nis;ht for molesting
young girls. The arrest was made
at the corner of State and Liber
ty. He is being held in the city
Tues. evening. Central Cong'l.
church, 19th and Ferry. 25c and
And repairing. Glass-Powers I
Furniture Oompany. sJOttl
AIR TOPIC SELECTED
SEATTLE; Nov. 1 6. ( By Asso
ciated Press). United air service
will be the subject of debates in
whtch University of Washington
In which the rose grows in Port
"What better way to do it than
for Portland to present a Thanks
giving Rose Show, as she can, that
will be a revelation to all on
Good Idea; Let's Help
That is a splendid idea. Salem
Bhould help promote it. Salem is
more of a rose city, in proportion
to her population, than Portland.
We have many rose enthusiasts
here; people who know roses thor
oughly and make them grow to
Albany, Roseburg. Marshfield 1
ana otner cities ana towns sem
roses to Portland last year, for
stipation and biliousness. These
wonderful remedies have helped
millions of people. -Try them!
H. F. WOODRY & SON
AnctlOBMra and rnrnitara Daalar.
pay ea for Utad Farnltnra, Store
271 Hoita OomBarciaL
Office Phone 75 or Res
idence Phone 1843-W
will break up your
cold in 24 hours or
DRUG STORE k-
The Y'ellow Front Phone 197
133 North Commercial Street
The Penslar Store
Say It With a Classified Ad
lem, reports stolen from his 'auto speakers will compete with those her Thanksgiving rose show
I M,V.J oa Ctata I n K l?nlinio f flpncrnn Tint. I oaicui pcwjic " ua.c
on1 r.mmarlal SafiirHav nlrht nf IHitKn W.sMnftnn Rtate Buuu,u- lcuu .luem lu '
hmw. nrrm,. : ooii., ar,H whmn roiioe bertson, care Multnomah hotel.
I -W.W0W " " tJ I M., . . . 1 . . 1 1 I ... 1
loai In Hiieiti iu suuw "i ire
aeld. Mr. Culbertson is proprietor
of the Seward, hotel. Portland, and
of the New Salem hotel here. Mr.
All Wilton Rugs
Greatly reduced for this week
only. Hamilton's. nl8
J. D. Schackman was arrested
for speeding late -Saturday night
by Officer Edwards, and was cit
ed to appear today.
Marie Anderson, aeed 31 years and Mrs. Culbertson make their
...... . LnM.A t Cn.l-.a, . -A 9 1. A
Birtlis Arc Reported of age, died of tuberculosis at a i c i.
Tun hlrth worA rnnrtrl Mnn. local hoSD tal. NOV. 16. 1925. SQB "uw"a lai nur.i
Aav at Iho nMro of tha i1v Is survived bV her hUSUana. An- -vrea iur me ii.urS1IiuS
health officer, one bov and one drew Anderson. Remains will be rose ehow can be made till next
!ri Tn xfr , nA Mra v. r shinned trf St. Helens for inter- Tuesday.
Rowland of Salem was born on I men t. Webb funeral parlors in
November 13 a daughter who has charge of arrangements
been given the name of Nina Mae.
A son was born on November 8 I Coffey
to Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Kent of 1 At a" local- hospital.
Salem .and has been named November 15, Henderson Coffey,
Ira J. i . aged 65 years. Funeral announce
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
General Banking Business;
Office Bows from 10 awm. to S poa.
Sale of Young Men'i
Dress pants, one-third off regu
lar price. Bishop's. n!7
Building Permit Isfiuecl .
E. H. Coon was given a permit
by City Recorder Poulsen to re
pair a one story dwelling at 331
Mission at a cost of $500.
Get Vancouver License
A marriage license has been
issued in Vancouver. Wash., to
Raymond V. Griner. 30, of Salem
and Helyn Hatch, 22, of Vancouver.
Dicjc Ditmar, who was tried
before jury in the city court last afternoon was called off when it
School Board to Meet
' The Salem school board will
meet tonight in the office of the
city superintendent for a special
meeting to fix the date for the
advertising of the school budget
for the coming year, according to
word received from Dr. H.
Olinger, chairman of the board.
The special meeting of the teachi
ers of Salem schools for Monday
WED. NITE, 7 P. M.
At F. N. Woodry's New Store
1610 N. Summer St.
Furniture of Three Salem Homes
Sale held inside where it is warm and cozy.
Salem's Leading Auctioneer r
. Phone 511
FIRE DESTROYS BARX
EUGENE, Ore., Nov. 16. Forty
tons ot. hay, an automobile and
Sunday, I farm machinery were destroyed
when the barn on Earl Stewart s
farm near Springfield burned this
ments will, be made later by the afternoon. The loss is estimated
7 Per Cent Preferred Stock-
In Salem'3 new paper mill. In
vestigate. Hawkins & Roberts.
Inc., 205 Oregon Bunding. n20
I Webb funeral parlors.
At the home of her son, 02
Notth Cfcnrch street. November
16, 1025, " Mary Jane Bellamy.
age 89 pears, six months and 12
She Is" survived by five;
Kooert Speaker or Salem re
ports that a winged motometer days.
was stolen from his car when it daughters, Mrs Malinda Walker
was parked in front of the Fra-land Mrs. Clora Wolf, of Salem,
ternal Temple on North Liberty I Mrs. Callie Gillette. Mrs. Olive
Saturday night. . I Eubanks and Mrs. Cornie Mcin
tosh t)t Washington. Two sons.
DISTURBANCE IX A LOCAL . J. W. Bellamy of Salem and John
THEATRE g. Bellamy of Benton. Illinois.
The patrons of a local 8how.i0 survive her. The remains are
nouse were very mucn atsturnea .-...h- Torwiliirer funeral
ana annoyea oy oe; conuoww nom. Funeral announcements
?ni-A I? T:? ZJTJ will be made later.
you have a cough or cold. A few
doses of FOLEY'S HONEY AND
TAR COMPOUND taken promptly
will bring speedy relief, from
coughs, colds and hoarseness Mrs. j
W. T. Clary, White Plains, Va..
writes: "We have used .FOLEY'S
HONEY AND TAR COMPOUND
iur cuius anu uau cuufeuo mui
splendid results." Adv,f -
He wakes of sleeps with the en
Thou canst not soar where He
ia sitting now.
Dust to the dust! but the pure
spirit shall flow .
Back to the burning fountain
whence it -came.
A portion of the Eternal, which
Through time and change, un-
quenchably the same.
Percy Bysshe Shelly.
W. T. Rigdon & Son
:.Tne Battery Man
. - satina4LtftfMr 1
Brines Other. W Know.
5.11 Court fH. Ph4ne 1
Direct Factory Branch
019 Court Street Phone 262
Typewriters Rented, Sold,
Special rental rates to students
For the tight kind ot materials
and the very best workman
ship call us,
Powder and Supply Co. T"
175 S. Commercial Phone 721
F. N. WOODRY
AUCTIONEER - .
Pays Cash For Furniture
Residence and Store,
1510 Worth Samraer
Established Since 19 10i
A small amount down and
buys;a new i
We 'also srive easy terms on
our USED CARS.
' They arc Priced Right ;
Newton Chevrolet .
T .: -Salem, Oregon .
Acute and Chronic treated
by the latest Electrical,
Theraphy and Osteopathy.
- B. H. WHITE
. .. . physician and Surgeon .
. I 50fl V. S. Bank pMg.
. . , i Salem, Oregon
" ' - Furnaces
Salem Office 169 S. Uish
, Office ovrs:
. U3:lt'XO!S P. 11.
Factory, SUvertoa, Ore,
Next Wed., Nov. 18, 1046 N47th St, -
Commencing 1 :30 p. m. iharp
Comprising ! Victrola with records, like new; 2-9x12 Axmin
ster rugs; 1 golden oak library table; 1 reading lamp, 2 large
easy.Morris chairs: 1 oak leather seated rocker; 2 oak, rock
ers; 1 typewriter, A- condition; 1 airtight heater with pipe,
board, etc.; 1 cast heater; 2 Simmons' bed springs,, mattress
es; 1 dresser; white rocker; oak dining room table;' 6 diners;
1. kitchen range, with coils; 1 kitchen cabinet 1 drop-head
White rotary sewing machine; about 120 Jars fruit; cooler
cabinet; 1 auto tent; Easy power washing machine? tools; 2
cords wood; 8 chickens; boiler; tub; etc., etc,
; Everything must be sold as the owners are
leaving for California . ,
a C. DENSLOW, Owner H. F. WOODRY & SON
HOGS ! HOGS ! HOGS
Farm Stock, Implements, Hay, Corn, Etc.
The undersigned Auctioneers have received instractiona front
A, E. Folts to eir at Public Auction on tiie farm avdloinlne
old St. Louis, ilJJ nUles west of Gervaia, on v i i
THURSDAY, NOV. 19, at 11 A: M.
sharp, the following valuable property. Lnnch at noon."'''
95 head of hogs, as follows: 9 brood sown carrying their lit
ters and due to farrow in the early spring; 1 pure bred Duroc
Jersey boar, 2 years old; 65 bead of stock hogs from 50 to
160 lbs. each; 30 goats, 8 wpeks old. Intending purchasers'
looking for hogs should attend this sale as this is a choice'
lot of Duroc Jersey' sows and shoats of the bacon type.
Horses: 1 span of. mares, 1 brown and one buckskin army,
2S0Q lbs.; 1 sorrel horse, 1100 lbs. or better. All these horses
are good in all harness. One seven year old Jersey cow, due
, to freshen. In January. - .
Farm machinery; 1 heavy wagon with combination stock
rack complete; I heavy wagon with 3 deck box complete; 1
set of heavy britching harness; 1 aet of single harness; 1 two
horse cultivafor; quantity of hay in barn; quantity of corn
on cob; 10 . acres of corn in field; quantity of Jurniture; 1
cream separator; 1 dash churn; forks; shovels and numerous,
other articles. ; -;- ; . . . ,
Terms Cash, or Otherwise Arranged Day of Sale
Don't forget this sale, Thursday, November 19, 11 ajn.
A. Foltz H. F. Woodry & Son
I'ropnetor Arc the Auctioneers
271 North Commercial Street, Salem, Oregon
-? -f Fhone 7a, Store and Off ice - . .'
If you are anticipating having an auction it will pay yon to
phone 75, easy Bomber to remember, or fall at 271 N. Com
mercial and see va personally about your farm and city sale