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AU regular $25.00 Suits or Overcoats now, $17.50
J ; now $200
; :f All regular $35.00 SuiU or Overcoats now $24.50
. &i vAll regular 340.00 Suite or Overcoats now $28.00
All regular $45.00 Suits or Overcoats now $31.00
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SPECIAL THIS WEEK
AH Slickers and Raincoats Reduced
Johnson & Co.
469 STATE STREET
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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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Cloudr and unsettled: no
change in temperature; fresh west
becoming south winds. Tujesday
Max., 56; min 40; riveij, 1.4,
rising; rainfall, .21; atmosphere,
cloudy; wind, west, j
Baby Chicks Shipped-
Yesterday when ! the
Chickeries shipped 150
rocks and Rhode Island
chickens, it was the earl lei
irery of chickens made fro:
district. The chicks were sent to
Falon,. Nevada. Manager peed
ham said yesterday the" season
opens with this shipment.
lssons in Plaques,Bookend
Candle sticks. Mrs. Trover. j6
ni.i.t. t?. iriilywi -
- Sunday a black bear was killed
by H. Peters and S. P. Matheny.
near Silver Creek "j Falls. jj The
beast has been '- dressed and is
-hanging! for display 1 in the I win
dow at the Cross Meat Market.
It weighs" about" 2ff07jToundd The
meat will be sold to the imblic
next Tuesday - r " - ,
Fined for 'Parking ' j
Bert T. -Ford of Salem was
fined SI by-Judge Poulsen yester
day on a charge of parking over-
Lessons la Plaques,
ilookends, candle sticks; ma
terials for sale. Mrs. Trover. jj6
Building Permits Are Issued j
Two building permits were is
sued from the office ef the city
recorder yesterday. Murray Fle$a
ming was given a permit to con
struct a one story garage at 801
Broadway at a cost of $400. Wil
lis H. McToggard took out a per
mit to construct a one story dwel
ling at 2335 Shelton street, to
cost ?800. ' j
Experienced Waitress Wanted
At the Gray Belle.
Fined for Speeding
Kenneth Goss, who was arrest
ed recently on a charge of speed
ing was fined $10 yesterday by
Sew Red Seal Records '
Single faced, 25c and 35c Stiffs
Furniture Co. dStf
Car Stolen and Recovered-
Ed Denneson, 1460 North
Front street, reported early Tues
days morning that his Ford
roadster had been stolen some
time late Monday night. Later
yesterday morning the car wis
found in Painter's woods by of
ficer Hickman, v
and has been named Robert Wil
liam, Mr. and Mrs. G. Meier, of
Polk county received a daughter
December 25. and have named
her Gertrude Marguerite. A son
was born December 20 to Mr. and
Mrs. O. W. Iloven of Marion
county, and has been named Lor in
Radio Headquarters; Phone 1035
Zenith, Fada, . Mognavox, and
used sets. Good radio poles, 175
South High. J9
Leaves for California-
Mrs. M. M. Witty, mother of
the manager of the "Epsilon Delta
Mu fraternity, left ror San Fran
cisco yesterday afternoon.
1026 Calendar Free, Homer II.
Smith Ins. Agency, over Millers
To Add Fire Equipment
At a recent meeting of the city
council of West Salem, steps were
taken to install fire fighting
equipment. The plans are to put
in five water hydrants, with hoses
attached, so that any small fire
can be controlled, without the
help of the Salem fire depart
We have- a Chevrolet - Tour
Ins. lOSS model, 1m the best
of condition with JW per rent
robber and. fair pafnt. Thlrt
la onej of oar many real good
buys. Come and take It for
Ins things " Is ' not out soliciting
members. It doesn't have to."
d Schunke, newly elected presi
dent of the Kiwanians. was in
augurated at the luncheon, and
presided over 'the program as
president for the first time. He
omitted any inauguration address
in order to allow sufficient time
for the program. Five school
superintendents were present at
the luncheon. Each was ' called
upon to give a few remarks. They
are: Fred Peterson of Klamath
Falls,. J. L. Thomas of Bend. W.
Anderson of Portland, George
Lamb of Tillamook, and H. Sey
mour of Corvallis.
areas of eastern Oregon, $369,-
92S.59 has been repaid, according
to a report prepared here yester
For TV. W. Kimball pianos. A.
B. Chase, Davenport & Tracy.
Bush & Certs. Moore's Music
House, 409.415 ConrL fc s20tf
Community Club Meets
The Ladies' Community club of
Shaw recently gave a social and
entertainment at the town' hall,
with an! excellent program consist
ing of music, readings, etc. Cards
and other games were played, and
a cafeteria supper served at ten
Anrtioii Every Wed. Night
m. F. N. Woodry's new
ifilO N. Summer street. J6
Winters in Italy
Dr. Elizabeth Matthews of New
York, sister of Amanda Matthews
of Shaw, Js spending the. winter
In Sorrento. Italy. Many will re
member Dr. Matthews as having
visited here for the summer sea
son a few. years ago.
Radio oles of Superior Quality
Good used sets. Phone 1935
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The! state board of control yes-
terdayjaceepted the new girls dor
mitory recently completed at the
state, home for the feeble minded
at a cost! of $50,000. The struc
ture has1 accommodations for ap
proximately 50 patients.
If You Want Real Bargains
In suit's, overcoats, men's shoes
or furnishings, attend the New
Years sale at Schei's, 344 State
L Robertson Released
John Robertson has been re
leased! from the city jail.
And repairing.. Giese-Powers
New Tfar'8 8le EnAf
. Saturday . eve, Jan 9th. Schei's,
men's and -young . men's clothes.
344 State ' "" K ''. ;' J6.
Three Xlcenscs Issued - l
Three marriage licehses were Is
sued byjU. G. Boyer.'Mariott'l coun
ty clerkl They were taken iouo by
Howard C. Moon, mail carrier and
Bessie W. Adams, both of jpiym-
pia. Wash.; Walter John Pufllman,
musician, and Anna fbuhn, both of
Gervais; Louis Weissenf els,! black
smith.' and Anna . Buhr. both of
Pro Team Works-
Kenneth Brown's all star has-
ketball team is beginning to get
under way. They have been prac
ticing, at the Parrish junior jbigh
school gymnasium, and alao at
the high school.
We Arc StUl SelUng
Gasco Briquettes at summer
prices. Capital City Transfer Co.,
226 State. j7
. The. .Women's . Home ; Mission
society, of Jason Lee ' church will
held an all day meeting on Fri
day with Florence Obershaw,
1790 Ferry, to make hospital sup
plies. A pot tuck lunciieon will
be ser'ed at noon
New Vears, Xew Home-
Take this 4 rooms new with
furnace, fireplace, hardwood, .etc
We have three north, south and
east. 13600 to 3 800. Terms
100 to 1600 down, balance like
rent, i Immediate possession on 2
Becke & Hendricks. 189 N. High
street j d25tf
A New Pipe Organ Record
By the new electrical process;
a real treat. Stop in at Stiff's and
hear it. " d8tf
Br. Long In Portland
Dr. J. E. Long, president of the
State Oregon Chiropractic associa
tion, was in Portland Saturday at
tending the state executive beard
meeting which was in session the
entire day. All locals from . the
different parts of the state were
Dollar dinner, served 5:
45 to 8
Mam n. larel
U !- . m.
Veterans to Meet
Today at 2 o'clock p. m., the
"memlMjrs of the Sedgwick; past,
G.' A. R. are1 requested : tov-fet
Vrt Rigdon's - mortuary to attend
the funeral of D. II. Cochran, One
of their late members. This Is an
order recently Issued by J. .J
Divorce Is Granted
Hilda P. Haling was granted 'a
divorce from Charles R. Haling in
Circuit Judge L. H. McMahan's
court yesterday. They were mar
ried" In Vancouver, Wash., 'in Sep
tember. 1919. Mrs. Haling al
lelged'her husband left her'In X(6-
yember, 192, Sh was granted
her maiden name of Hilda. Draget.
Pomcroy & Kcene
Jewelers and Optometrists
S Salem, Orrgoa j -.
; Office If ours:
li M. TO 2 P. M,
FACTORY, SILViSRTONt ORE.
j $10 .Coupon Books for $3
Salem Cleaners & Dyers. Phone
1868. ! j6
' Bu-tlia "Are Reported ,
Five, births were reported at
the office "of the city health ! of
ficer 'Tuesday. Mr., and Mrs. W.
M. Bliven of Woodburn received
I a son on uecemoer zo ana named
him Edmond Edgar. To Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Tan Lydegraf of Salem
a son was b6rn on December 1 30,
land has been named Earl Jacob,
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs,
Ellison of Salem on December; 18,
For the right kind of materials
and the j very s best workman-
Eoip call us.
Powder and Supply Col
175 S. Commercial Phone 72S
And renairinc. Giese-Powert
Furnittrre company. , 20fv
.j s, .
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Albers, 1637 North Winter street
Salem, Oregon, Saturday, Jan. 2,
1926, a daughter-be called
1020 Calendar Free, Homer H
Smith Ins. Agency over Millers.
Wheat' Farmers Pari
Out of loans aggregating $396,
431.39 authorised by the state
board of control under an act of
the 1925 legislature appropriating
funds for the relief of the wheat
farmers in the frost devastated
Treated by Osteopathy'ad the
latest Electrical .Therapy In
cluding. Dr. Abram's Electronic
System. ' f
l S"o charge for consultation
DR. B. H. WHITE
Physician and Surgeon
1 606 U S. Bank: 'Building "
Salem, Oregon 1 ,'
Underwood Typewriter Co.
510 i Court Street 7 Fbpie 2Cf
Typewriters : Rentea oi. r
Special Rental rates to students
L ADD & BUSH, B ankers
. : Estkbllslird 1868. "
4 r V General .Banldng1 Buslntes ,
j 4 J Ofilc ijnr .frdrflb''4''M.lo -p. ml t r
BosiniPfis Building, Cheap-
New brick, with excellent lease
to net 9 per cent, $21,000; $7,000
to handle. Real buy. Becke &
Hendricks, 189 N. High. d25tf
Boehringer. R. 'N hospital sup
plies; Mrs. II. W. Meyers, 18
pictures; Mrs. F. II. Spears, toys;
Mrs. II. M. Hawkins, toys; Mrs.
C. D. rabrIe.Ion, toy$, books,
bath robe; -Mrs. Gillespie, maga
Only 4 Days Left
Of New Year sale at Schei's,
344 State St. Don't miss it. Suits
and overcoats $20, $25, $35, all
high class merchandise. J6
The state board of control at a
meeting here a month ago, au
thorized, the employment of J.
Lyman Steed of Pennsylvania as
superintendent of the Oregon
state school for the deaf at an
annual salary of $1500. It also
was agreed that Mrs. Steed would
act as matron of the institution at
salary of $720 a year. Mr
Steed arrived' in Salem last Satur
day and yesterday the board of
control increased his salarv to
$1800 a year. It was said that
the increase in salary was author
ized in lieu of allowing Mr. Steed
tiaft to cover his traveling ex
Following changes in bus sched
ules effective January 7, were an
nounced yesterday. Schedule of
Seventeenth-Summer Street and
Twelfth Street Bus line: Buses
will leave State and Liberty streets
for Seventeenth and D at 10, 30
and 50 minutes past the hour.
Buses will leave State and Liberty
streets for Depot line 12 minutes.
32 minutes and 52 minutes past
the hour. Buses will leave Seven
teenth and D streets at; 1 minute.
21 minutes and 41 minutes past.
the hour. Buses will leave
Twelfth and Hoyt streets at 1 min
ute. 21 minutes and 41 minutes
past the hour. Change of route
in Seventeenth and: Summer
streets linoi will be: Buses will
We Are Still Sellin
.asco iiriqueuea at summer
prices. Capital City Transfer Co..
226 State. : 17
Moshers Take Trip . ' ;
D. II. Mosher, the tailotr, left by
auto this morning for, San Fran
cisco. Cal., to attend the seventh
annual style show and convention
of the Pacific Coast Merchant
Taftprs. association held at the
Palace hotel Jan. 11-12-13-14
The San Francisco exchange
promises one of the finest con
ventions ever held. A complete
play will be put on showing the
coming styles for spring. Accom
paning Mr. Mosher was Mrs
Mosher, their small son. Harry,
and Sirs. Mosher's mother. Mrs
W. M. Stone and her grand
daughter. Willma. of Oregon City
They will visit Mrs. Stone's son.
Mr. C. B. Stone of Palo Alto
They expect to be gone about two
Experienced Waitress Wanted
At the Gray Belle. j6
" Hare you troubles with your
teal estate or insurance? It's our
lusiness; bring them in. Becke
& Hendricks. 189 N. High. d25tf
At Alrlie. Polk county, early
January 5th, Mrs. Dora Estelle
Corby age 60 years, wife of Rev.
Chas. W. Corby, sister of Chas.
A. Woodward of Seattle. Mrs.
Clara May Bauffman of Camas.
Wah.i Mirs. Minnie McKay of
Vancouver, Wash., -Mrs. Martha
R: Vinton' and Winter Bauffman.
of North Howell. Funeral service
Thursday Jan. 7, at 10 a. m. from
the Rigdoa mortnaryj interment
proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for
DOES NQT AFFECT THE HEART
Fargo, N. D.,
Accept only "Ifayer" packaf-!
which-contains pi)ven directions.
Handy "Bayer bors of 12 tablets
Also bottlea'of 2i;ati4 100 DrojsUt.
aplria U tbe trade mark of B&m Msovfctore of MonoareUemrUnt, f KU yl!cci.l
operate from Summer and Marion
streets west to Liberty street;
thence south on Liberty street to
i'tate street; thence east on State
Wesley Glenn McElroy. Jr., age street, following out the Twelfth
14 months. Son 6f. Mr. and Mrs.
W. C?. Elroy. and grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas W, Brunk of
Polk county. Announcement of
funeral will be made later by the
Rlgdon & Sou mortuary.
In this city January 4. Miss
Lillie V. Bird, age CO years. The
remains were forwarded , by the
Rigdon & Son mortuary to As
toria for funeral services and interment.
ind Depot street ca line, and re
turning by the samer6ute.
Lost Pointer Pup
About six months old. Liver
aud white. S5 reward to finder.
Call Dr. Prime, 907 or 323. j6
Hamilton Leave on Tripr
C. S. Hamilton and son Ralph,
left Sunday for a protracted trip
through the principal furniture
markets of the country, principal
ly those of the east and south
They will visit Chicago. Grand
Rapids, New York, Philadelphia,
ind the great carpet market at
St. Louis, returning, if possible,
in time for the market at Los An
geles. Throughout the journey
they will study the most modern
tendencies in house furnishings,
and will be in position to offer
both style and value.
Operation Is Successful e
Marion B Kalich, a linotypist
with i the Statesman Publishing
company, uftderwent a serious op
eration at aT local hospital and is
now said torbe well out of danger.
although it-Vill be some timi be
fore jhe will be able to leave the
hospital. Mr. Kalich is a member
of the local typographical union.
Willi Sell My
High grade piano, stored in Sa
lem, j to reliable party at $10 per
month. Write Mrs. L. B. Cla
bough; 109 Cherry St., Central la,
Wash.; , 17
Don't Miss the Auction
Wed night , at F. N. Woodry's.
new store, 1610 N. Summer St;
See ad for particulars. Phone 511.
Near Hopewell, Monday eve
ning. January 4, Alfred Sinikins,
age 63 years, native son of Yam
hill county, son of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Hiram B. Simkins, pio
neers of 1847. -Survived by his
wife. Mrs. Hattie Simkins; father
of Guy Simkins f Portland. Mrs.
Jessie Ottlnger of Hopewell, Lloyd
Simkins " of Garibaldi, and Mrs,
Georgia Cook of Salem; brother of
Newton Simkins of Hopewell,
Jess Simkins of Salem. Mrs. lary
Weston of Oregon City, Mrs. Jen
nie Williamson of Rainier, Mrs.
Belle Gooding of San Francisco,
Mrs. Etta Charles of Oregon City.
Mrs. Florence Mortenson of Port
land, Mrs. May Verateeg -of Hope
well, and Mrs. Rosa Smith of Pen
dleton. Funeral services will be
held at Hopewell Wednesday, Jan.
6. at 2 p. m. The remains are at
the Rigdon mortuary.
Start the Xew Year Right
Have 2 garments, cleaned for
the price of one. Salem Cleaners
Dyers. Phone 1868. jS
Annual Meeting Hekl
The largest annual gathering of
the membership of the Court
Street Christian Church was held
Monday night. Following the so
cial fellowship the annual meeting
was held in the main auditorium.
Reports by department represen
tatives showed progress in each
department during the past year.
E. W. Cooley was elected as sup
erintendent for this coming year.
The church has an active Loyal
Volunteer Band, four Christian
Endeavor societies!; a Woman's
Missionary organization, a Junior
congregation, a Boy Scout troop,,
a woman's working society and a
graded Sunday school. The min
ister Rev. R. L. Putnam came to
the church at . the close of the
Grace XL nIl Write
Grace E. Hall, Portland poet,
who recently visited Salem rela
tives when enroute to southern
California, writes interestingly to
a Salem friend of her trip. At
present she is in Tucson. Arizona.
She speaks with enthusiastic ad
miration of Harold Bell Wright
and his extraordinary home; and
also gives highly interesting
glimpses of Mexican villages, cus
toms, etc. Mrs. Hall has ad
dressed the Fine Arts association,
he Tucson Woman's club, and
spoken at a National Federation
banquet. She will spend the ma
jor portion of the winter in the
In this city. January 4, D. R
Cochran, age 84 years. Civil War
veteran, member of Sedgwick
post, GAR.: father of Mrs. W. L.
Wilson of Roundup, Mont.: Miss
Adona Cochran of Salem, Charles
N. Cochran of Walla WTalla. Wash.,
and Daniel U. Cochran of Beaver
ton, Or. Mr! Cochran was a mem
ber of the Methodist Episcopal
church. Funeral services today
at 2:30 p. m. from the Rigdon
mortuary, Interment City View
Scliunke Presides r
"fellowship is to society what
home is to the individual,'' de
clared Mr. Wells of the Portland
Kiawanis club In addreslng local
Kiawaniana At their luncheon
yesterday on the subject, 'Ki
wanis iFellowBhip. "Any organi
zation; of men that is really: do
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OREGON x ELECTRIC
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167 D Street Telephone 2313 j
' Salcra'a 'Leading I
Tay Cash For Furniture
Residence and Store f
' 101O North Summer .
V PHONE 51 1 ; fi
fJKfabllshed fiince 1016'
Trade What You Have
, For what you want. See Ter
minal Realtors, Terminal hotel
f Donations to the Salem hospital
for month of- December, 1$25,
were v Bridge Luncheon club, by
Mrs. tQy C.Locke,. ?00 towards
laboratory.- equipment. Christmas
decorations;, Hal D Patton, Mrs.
Ptinee Bird. twJand. one, naif
days time given5 to trimralBg
Chrfstina trees;.- vMJss; Clara
iiavLi. 2fCCbrisrmas 'treps, greens
for decotaRjerns Mrs. Anne ,3Volfe,
lights fortwd'hristmas trees.
Christmas f money ;and - presents
for the tdent4iurses: Dr. Morse.
140 'for purses bome; Dr. and
Mrs. Vehts one iTurkey;, Dr. and
Mrs. J. O. Maubfa. a plant; . Miss
Gussie Niles, one-year subscrip
tion to . La4iesV Home Journal.
Mrs, Prince . Bird 1 1 glasses of
cranberry JeUyt Mri. W.h P. Ho
gan, 10 pounds of eany or nurse,
Portland,'. Oregon; Mrsv Xda
lies, -f Miss ; Anna 'J, nuringer,
MisatJCtil; Deonlston, . cakes; Dr.
Ellen M. Johnson, thelma. Jobn-
son, head; nurses, is ror nurses ;
liomer Mrs4 Ida IClles. candy fori
httrses; Jfril J? IL Snyder Albaajric
I ijlw Cristmas decorations and
euti fiowera for nar9 tableg
Thursday Af teraoooj club, by Mrs.
CiiVCUrir. 17t glassed of fruit;
Adm. florist nt:flewern 'Itlg
don tt Son. -"gowns;- Mrs. .T.'.A.'
-Livesely, jaadgazlpps;. Mla, AttAa,
In this city. Mrs. Belle Schantz.
Tuesday. January 5,' at the age of
56 years. She is survived by pne
daughter, Jessie May Reese of
Portland; three sons, Ralph A. of
Salem, Ray of Salem and Carl of
Portland. Funeral j services will
be held from the Webb funeral
parlors on Thursday at 2 p. m
Interment will be in the City View
" Rot lien
Mrs. Mary Alice Rotzien-3?7
South Twentieth street. Tuesday,
January 5, at the age of 64 years.
She la survived by.two sons, O,. V.1
Rotzlen and F. W. Rotzlen of Sa
lem; "two 'daughters; Ruby and
Violet Rotzlen of Pasadena, and
two sisters, Mrs. ij T. Cnlbreath
and Mrs. Lclth Faulkner of Can
ada. Fire brothers! also survive
her. They are Andrew Wertirig
of Canada and Lylei Charles," Jac
ob and Marlon Wortlng of Minne
sot a. Funeral announcements
wUI be made later j by the W'ebh
funeral parlors. , , i f . - '...:
Tle Battery Man
Onr Servica .
At- Tour CosimAnd
SSI Court St. " : Phone 108
World war.-; A that time the
church had . about 75 members.
The pastor's report showed the
present membership to baK '540
resident and "nib-resident pern
ben. As a mark of appreciation
of their minister and his family
and for their service the congre
gation voted hlnS: a substantial la
crease in salary!
will bre4k up Jour
told in ?4 Hours 6r
DltrO STORE rJ
The Yellow Front--Phone 107
'103 Jfortli, Commercial Street
The Peiistir Store
7Zc 7te7 VJVX s&fiec
BECKE & HENDRICKS '
Insurance of All ICinfis. TeU 161
flleflig Theater Lobby; 189 Xorthflllgh
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The veil!: the veil! so thin, so
- - strong! I; :'i , 4
Twist ns and thee; v :f
th Bjystl veil; isbenshall it
; laiir u -.v
Thktwe may,seia? p 1 . s..: :; :
. Not dead; not sleeping, not even
.V-4tiut;bretenC: tl9;V4"':;'v -sv.
And : waiting f ori tbe i coniinr
'it'ipt Cod Bweet jWlliAi
iiy,l-r-ttarriet echer StotreV
V. T. Rirfdcn r Sen
Every Wednesday Nite, 7 p. m.9 at
-:'y ; : F. WOODRY'S H :
New Store. Summer and Norway Streets
Opposite his residence 1610 North Summer Street.
i . Take North Commercial Car'1... . v ;
) : : .'.') S-V ,:As' fonOWSJ - j S'-'-- . '
- 'Wedgewood base range, large cast iron heatrV kitcUen cab
Clnet, grass, rag, ri Iron beds, eolt spring. "31 silk' floss mat
stresses, sanitary .couch, oak and ash chiffonier, 3 magazine
;rack8, 2 craft leather lounges, stand tabks. nearly new
.rreed baby carriage, ivory and oak extension jUbles, fir dress
er,; walnttt ' colonial dresser; "solid 'eak:, Ilbrdry table, .-Ivcry
, kitchen table, tvorjr; kitchen cabinet, .7' drawer drop I - I
Singer sewing machine, reclining chair, -oat china cabir rt.
v new plates, new 4titehen eta and other micellaneous arti
clea. . Terms cash. ; Private sales daily. I pay cash for u :r .l
furniture, tools, etc; or will sell anything for you on con
signment." Jsst phone me and r will call cn'jon.
-F. fVr..W00bllV, Salem's Leading rctlcnecr
"V 1 PHONE 511.
. V s-fs , Public JfeUce . 1
nrfiis' fc thb Woodry who established the ; W
r :-i ' ; " : Established since 1916 V