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CITY. NEWS. IN BRIEF
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' : Ligh t rains over, west attd saows
or raias orer east portion: some
what warmer . east portion; fresh
southwest winds. Maximum yes
terdays 51; minimtim, 2Si3 . river,
1.1, (allinx:. rainfall, ,52; iatmos
phere, cloudy;, wind, south.
lxrtur Odd Fellows Hall ' ,
David Eugene Olson of Eugene
wU lecture at th Odd Fellows
: hall - here this Thursday I evening
on the subject of American citizen-
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The Ikn'a tihop Sal
Values of the year jon high
grade clothing and farjnlshLngs.
Overloader Arrctitetl M i
J E Davis, a truck -driver of
Portland.' was arrested yesterday
by: State Traffic Officer Nichols on
a .charge of overloading is truck.
'TV.ccbrdfnV'fo-'the arresting officer
Davis had 2900 pounds
his truck than the law allows
will appear in Justice .court.
. OAC college orchestra
Crystal Gardens Sat. night
Spoedcr to Appear
John Craig of Salem: was ar
rested yesterday by O. Qj.!pfichols,
state traffic officer, .and cited to
appear in Jnstiee court. j He was
stopped on the Pacific highway.
We have moved to our new lo
cation at 1 3 4 S. Liberty St.
,11. Crabenhorst 4 Co.,
Sheriff Bower HU
. Sheriff O. D. Bower s has been
confined in his bed for! the past
two days with a severe icpld. He
showed improvement l Yesterday.
and is expected tb.be; at ''his desk
Cin the court house' in aifw. days.
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It is commonly known as a cor
selette ?!. to f US.fi ) Howard
5orer Shop. 153; S, Jlls. fc J15
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Salem, Granjfe to j3Iee(t-:i. .-r-i
The Salem Grange will imeet in
an all-day session at the Labor
hall on Court street i Saturday,
January 16. The meeting will
nmn it 10:30 o'clock! i Officers
for the current jrear wil be in-
And repairiugi Gijeao-Fowers
MiiIm, fit u nil in ir i ftrTi
" Salem stands high In physical
training and health instruction in
her public schools. In oimparison
to the same nhase of education in
other .cities, i This,..I! '.. the ., fact
Salem Office 1C9 S Hlffh
u -aM -Orflco -Hours: i
- -12 m. to i Pi
fActohv, sixviaitON, ore.
Underwood JypevvtSter Coi
i" Direct I-ctory Branch
010 Court Street ; Thono 02
i TypewriteraiKent(d; Sold,
Repaired J -
Special rental jrates o( students
Autloaer nd Wriitri D1f.r. ,
par - r Ue4.rruiM. Utof
27t S'rtK OomuiereL; j '
Office Phone ,75
v-TOE OEGOnIsTATCSmANSAM OREGON
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HME NraR OFFERED
; BETTER VALUES
we are pricing any suit or
store at tne roiiowincr Dnces:- u
or ' Overcoats.
or Overcoats...;:.- -.: i.d. $24.50
or i Overcoats..
ouiis,sugnnyt aamageo, regular value
peiai 4.io or tor. mu
469 STATE STREET
brought out in reports from ,65
cities submitted -.:- yesterday; to
George Hug. city superintendent
of schools. Salem's high standing
is thought due in art to the fact
that individual attention is given
jto students. : and 'health instruc
tion and physical training are con
sidered important" factors of edu
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The Man's Shop Sale
Values of the year on high
grade clothing and furnishings.
Caser Is' Dismissed'
On motion of the plaintiff, the
case of C. M. Smith against Alvin
and .Iva Hash was dismissed in
cricuit court cyesterday. The ac
tion was heard before Judge Percy
Notice ' i t
We have moved to our new lo
cation' at 124 S. Liberty ; St. I W.
H. Grabenhorst & Co.u realtors.
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Schedule Is One ;;. ..
The schedule for final exami
nations for; the first semester's
work at Willamette university , has
been made public, by the faculty.
The examinations will commence
Monday, February 1, and will con
tinue throughout the week. Class
for the-second semester will start
Tuesday, February 8. H j s
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Elks Dance - S
Friday, night, Jan. 15. Elks only
Auto Men VlsJt ' r ' j j
J. F. Ehrett, wholesale repre
sentative. of the Paige-Jewet;t au
tomobiles, was in Salem yesterday
visiting the Trumm Motor com
pany, local Paige and Jewptt'deal
ers. Carl Evan, territorial repre
sentative or the Cadillac company.
was also in Salem, stopping off
with the F. W. ? Pettyjohn com
pany, Cadillac dealers here.)
Slt.!K Ikl Monthly ' '
Wilt retire a loan or 91.00? in
140 months. This applies to new
build intra only.. RalDh HJ Mc-
Curdy, office over Miller's istore".
There were two cases of small
pox "to be reported yesterday to
the city health officer. Tliesei are
the first cases to be reported j this
MasKaee. Will Strcnuthen Y
Heart, build up your nerves, im
prove circulation,, aid digestion.
give you kn appetite and is the
one safe and surest cure for con
stipation. Phone 2214. S. ?L Lo
gan, 243-253, S-l Cottage St. . J15
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Cominut es Sen t encc . M
Governor Pierce yesterdajr com
muted the eight years' peniten
tiary sentence imposed 1 upon
James Wells of Multnomah coun-
181 Sooth LibertyNext to
' Etker's Storage i j t
MEALS SHORT ORDERS
at once you -come back'
. .; for. more j 1 .! .
For the righi kind ot materials
and the 'very best workman
Powder and Supply Co-
173 H. Commercial ITjobo 728
. General Eaxiking Bu$insc3 !
Office Hours froui JO m. iu. t O p. m. . '
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overcoat in the :
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ty to two years. Under the com
mutation order Mr. Wells will be
released from the penitentiary on
January 18 of this year. Wells
was received at the prison on Sep
tember 18, 1924, for the crime of
larceny committed in Portland.
Commutation of Well's sentence
was recommended by Judge
, George Rossman of Multnomah
And repairing. ' Glese-Powert
Furniture company. s20tf
Longfrllows to Meet
Salem Longfellows will meet
this evening at the Elks temple,
according to announcement. The
meeting will start at 6:30 o'clock.
This is the first meeting for some
time, as the club did not meet dur
ing the holiday season.
List Your Xcw House
With Socolofsky, 341 State. J15
Club io Meet . . -
The . Salem Heights Women's
Progressive club ; will meet thl3
afternoon at the Salem Heights
community hall. W. M. Smith
assistant superintendent ofschools
will be the principal speaker.
The' office of the Mutual Sav
ings and Loan association is now
located at 142 S. Liberty, in the
Steevea BWgr-fMieiJtr 162v j 16
Students to View Experiment
Salem high school students will
be given an opportunity to see a
liquid air experiment in Febru
ary, according to, word received
yesterday. OAC is planning to
bring the experiment here to be
viewed by the science classes.
At; Crystal Gardens Sat. nigbt,
OAC college band. J16
Gees Go South
A large flock of wild geese, seen
flying south yesterday, was held
to indicate a distinct cold wave.
Dance Friday Xight
At Elks temple. Elks only. J15
Governor Speaks :
Business women of Portland
beard Governor Walter M. Pierce
at-their Multnomah hotel lunch
eon, yesterday. He told them of
For W." W. Kimball pianos. .A.
0. Chase. Davenport & Tracy,
Bush & : Gerts: Moore's Music
House, 409-415 Coort. s20tf
A. Domagala. Silverton was in
jured while; tightening a bolt on
the. planer at the Silver Falls
Timber company mill. The six
Inch helt driving the planer broke
and; the end of it flew back and
hit Mr. Domagala. in the facet
breaking his nose, ; cutting :his
167 D Street Telephone 2313
IF. N. WOODRY
j ' iSalem'a-Leading
JPays Cash For Furniture
v Residence ant Store 'i
I- 101O Iforth Summer T-
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"Established Since 10KT
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Hero is some snap!
Ford roadster .1920 model
with new; top and curtains.
w . sloping .windshield,
good rubber with demount
able rims and a real good
running car. This has m 1020
license and is priced at S185.
check; and . knocking him. uncon
scious. Three stitches were taken
in his check. a" '
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Elks. CtMdc to the Dance
. . Friday night.'
Flax Growers Meeting ,
Everyone ' interested In the
growing and marketing of the
1926 fiax crop is requested to be
present at the "meeting-of the flax
growers of the Turner-Aumsville-;
Stayton district, to be held- Tues
day, January 19, at 8 p. m, in the
Ball Bros, hall at Turner. J15
At the Gray Belle,
Shop Is Remodeled
Harry cott, cycle man. is re
modeling his shop at 147 South
Commercial street and has moved
his equipment to the rear of the
building until repairs have been
completed. The display space will
be doubled, Mr. Scott says. Over
100 Individual drawers will be in
stalled for motorcycle and bicycle
We have moved to our new lo
cation at . 134 S. Liberty St. W.
H. Grabenborst & . Co., realtors.
Dollar dinner, served 5:
45 to 8
Births Arc Reported-
Two births, both of boys, were
reported at the office of the city
health officer yesterday. Mr. and
Mm. William Johnson of 14 4 West
Miller street received a son Janu
ary 10 and have named him Alfred
Lee Davis. A son was born Jan
uary. 5, to Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Bur-
sen of 178 Wilson street, and ha?
received the name of Clarence
The Man's Shop Sale-
Values of the year on- high
grade clothing and furnishings.
The Annual Meeting
Of the stockholders of the Thos.
Kay Woolen Mill Co. will be held
at the office of the company in
Salem, on Tuesday, Jan. 19th, at
30 a. m. Let those interested
take! notice. Thos. Kay Woolen
Mill Co.. by E. J. Swafford Sec'y.
The Crabenhorst Realty com
pany has moved from its location
in the United States National bank
building to its new home in the
Steeves building on Liberty street
between the Salem Bank of Com
merce building and the Will build
ing. : " ":
1920 Calendar Free, Homer H.
Smith Ins. Agency, over Millers.
At the Gilbert Studio and
Cfaft shop, exhibit of original
water colors by Van Vreeland,
Flavelle and Maude Hollyer. to
day, and Saturday; also many new
prints.,, The water colors must be
returned to New, York Monday. Be
sure to see them before that time.
Upstairs at 147 N. Commercial.
For Rent -
3 -room modern house with
breakfast nook, close in. Inquire
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I fiviauf ItrntA- fifjwlr Put
The public service commission,
on . its own motion, yesterday or
dered an investigation of livestock
rates, charges and regulations in
the-state of Oregon. The investi
gation is necessary, it was said,
because of an order issued recent
ly ; by the interstate, commerce
commission ?" affecting . interstate
rates. onlivestock. J- -
Lost Between Salem
.- And Sclo the lower part
silver-plated hearse lamp,
ward for return offered, by
willlger Funeral Home.'
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An Idaho storekeeper tells th
following tale of Olo 01sobw1io,
later became the little 'town's
'One night. Just before, closia'
up time, Ohi, hatlcss, coatless and
breathless, came rashin Into the
store, an' droppin on his knees
yelled, Von, Yon. hide me., bide
me! Ye Sheriffs after mc .
;"'Ito np place to hide you
bore. OIo,' said I. -
screamed 'Ole. : ' I ?A J 1 '
j ".'Crawl iato that gunnysack
then satd 1.',''. "
; "He'd no more gotcn hid whua
in! runs' the sheriff; " ? "J
; h "Seen Ole?' said he. , ' ; .
-r 'Don't see him here,, said, I,
without lyln.v 1 ij ""',;tt:.
I VThen the sheriff went a-nosln'
round an pretty soon he spotted
the gun.nysack over Infthe corner.
! " 'What's in ".hereT . ald hcj
; " Oh, J ust ; some old ' hariiets
and slclgb bens," said li -'V- ;
', "With' that be gives it an awful
Loot, .i i Mittn K:mic!
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Cold spell in Washington is giving Mrs. Calvin Cooltdge adequate
opportunity to display magnificent fur coat Vermont furriers gave
her at Christmas. She' is wearing it in this photo, in which she. is
seen leaving the Senate Ladies Club in Washington with Mrs. Frank
W. Stearns of Boston, busom friend.
TOPIC f ADDRESS
Judge W. E, Ekwall Gives
'Strong. Address Before
SILVERTON, Ore., Jan. 14.
(Special.) "Very few of the real
criminals who come before me are.
Scandinavians,' was the state
ment by which Judge W. E.
Ekwall, Judge at the municipal
court at Portland, won his audi
ence at Silverton Tuesday even
ing. While Judge Kkwall was slat--ed
to speak on "Law Enforce
ment" he announced in the open
ing of his speech that he would
perhaps not stick closely to the
tbpicV 1 ; k
Speaking before, an audience
-omposed largely of people of
Scandinavian parantage and being
almself of Scandinavian .ancestry
he said he could not resist speak
ing a little of the Scandinavian
countries.- He expressed his ad
niraUon for the "fighting ability
and diplomacy" of these three
small countries which, in spite of
their. being nearly surrounded by
larger and seemingly more pow
erful countries, still enabled them
to retain their , boundaries. He
said it was known that Scandi
navians probably made the high
3Rt type of citizens among the im
migrants. He went on to speak of the
Vmericanization program of which
he is president at Portland.
"Many." he said, "misunder
stand the motive of this movement
which Is simply one of friendliness."-
The immigrants come to a
land where there is more oppor
tunity and where they, can better
their conditions'.'. '-"And this is not
speaking disparagingly of the. old
country. . .
"But it is limited,!in space and
cannot give the opportunities we
have here. These immigrants
came with the Intention , oL be
coming citizens, which should be
Afraid? Of whom am I afraid?
Not death, for who is he?
The porter of my father's lodge
As much ahasheth me. :
v -Of resurrection? Is the east
Afraid to trust the morn
With her fastidious forehead?
As soon impeach my crown!
v..;..' Emily Dickinson.
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their object when they Intend to
get the benefits, to attend the
schools in this country. We don't
want them to sever their love for
the old country.
"This love for one's old coun
try is one of the finest things in
human nature and to speak more
languages than one, to know
something of literature and art
are the things which lift us above
the drab side of life.
"We intend to do some of the
things which were unfortunately
not done for our ancestors. They
would have liked to have someone
take an interest in them and to
teach them the things they should
know of the country they intend
ed to make their home."
Judge Ekwall also spoke of the
time when there was a movement
underway to do away with all
newspapers printed in a foreign
language. This he characterized
as a mistake. He said that if be
Mas to go to ' the Scandinavian
countries or to any other country
where a foreign language was
prevalent one of the first things
he would Bearch for would be an
American newspaper which could
tell him about the world series,
or how Yale and Harvard stood
or any other of his pet American
hobbies And. be said, we should
not deny a stranger in our coun
try what we would like to find in
Going on to speak of law en
forcement ho said, "we don t
need as much law enforcement as
"In the final analysis it doesn't
make so much difference how
many courts or judges .we have.
Until we have law observance we
cannot have law enforcement in
any but h scatered way."
In bringing' out; his point he
sighted .he repeated breaking of
the Eighteenth amendment. ''If
people wor.'.d refuse to taste or
use moons liipe. bootlegging, would
soon be forgotten.: it is Decau.se
some of our highly respected, citi
zens are willing to, pay a fabulous
sum for moonshine that the trade
exists. ' .!
""Many -good citizens feel ihal
they can break thW law while ijiey
are very much -opposed to -a per-r
son who would- steal a loaf of
bread or a pair of shoes because
be needed them. These good clti
zens would say this man is a thief.
menace to the .country. Who
can say which is the bigger crim
Lial? Both are breaking the .law.'
Judge EKwaii said inai, me
moonshine trade would exist as
long as people were willing to pay"
such large amounts for the stud
"Most sins," he said, "can be
traced to the love of money. But
One can .only wear one suit of
clothes and one pair of thees at
a time, nor can one eat more than
three meals a day and keep one's
Regular Price 00c lb.
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For Saturday Only ;
2 lbs. for 50c
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Reserve jthe Right to
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The YcJIow l rtit Phono 107
135 -orth Cottuncrclal 4 btrect'
; ' - The Pensilar Store 1 1
health. :Jne cannot -even Tie in i
more than one room at a time, so
whats is" iks use of . selling one's.
soul for more."r;.y';'i:i ;;i !
The Judge went on. to speak of
the responsibility of Jurors. "Too
many," he explained, "try to slide
out of Jury duty. which la one of
the highest duties of a ciuien.
Some of our bestmen.say that
they are too busy and so it often
falls to, those who have no other
work. ' These are often not fit for.
the responsibility it entails." .: -;
-Judge Ekwall explained, further
that those who- acted as jurors
should consider the responsibility
sacred even if they could make
more than three dollars a day
elsewhere. He said that whether
one called it a privilege or a pen
alty, he himself called it a privi
lege, it was a big part of one's
duty to the country and that until
citizens saw their duty and acted
as Jurors when called to. do so,
and until Jurors felt -their re
sponsibility, law enforcement
could not be effective. '
He went tttb-say thal it was
undermining to the system when
ju-rora pronounced a well-known
doctor not guilty on, a cHarge of
driving when drunk - when the
Jurors knew he was drunk, and
sent up a day. laborer for the
same offense because they did hot
know anything about him, had
never heard of him. ; t'
other numbers on Ihe Lhtheran
Brotherhood program were songs
by the Overland Girls Quartet and
the Oirl Scouts, cornet solo by
Amos Benson with Mrs. -Glenn
Howe as' accompanist, selections
Francis Nelson, Cora Goplerud.
by the Ukele trio composed of
and, Marget Sather, an instrumen
tal trio by Alfred Jensen on the
violin. M. - Stooresti on the flute
and Miss Ingeborg Goplerud On
New Business for Year 47
Percent Above Produc-:
tion, Shipments High j
One hundred and three'mills re
porting to West Coast Lumber
men's association for the week
ending January; 9. manufacturer!
6J.533.580 feet, or lumber; soia
95,970.793 feet, and shipped 80,-
672.291 feet. i
New business was 47 jaer cent
above' production. Shipmentsrpre
23 per cent above production.
Fifty-four .per. cent f all new
business taken during, the week
was for future ! water delivery.
This amounted to 51,326,507 feet.
of which 32,293,748 feet was for
domestic cargo delivery, and 19,-
COOLEY & PEMSN
GUARANTEED QUALITY FOODSTlf FFS
: REfcOMMENDATIONSi t
The recommendations you receive from Cpojey. & Pear
son customers are always the same vizi Coolcy &
Pearson's groceries are always of dependable quality,
properly priced, and their service is dependable and
without extra charge-these three factors aife all that is
required,, so I am perfectly satisfied. : Yoiit next door
neighbor is a Cooley & Pearson customer., Ask.them,
Phoiie i Daily d 6. Dn l371:or 13$ - ' "
- Wagner Apples
splendid medium COT
sized apple, per box .
Floridaa. good sixe -
3 for . . . .
Sweet Sunkist. good
size, per doc. .
Just call, for (what you want
ve hare, it,-fresh and crisp.
No. 10 Bag
G deliveries dajly . Also one daily io X?t Salem ar. J
Tuesdays and Fridays lo Salem Heights , r .
: 211 NORTii Commercial street
BECICE & HENDRICKS
'Insurahce of All
DeiJUs Theater Lobbr, lgr North Hisli
$32789 'feet exports -v .-uum-
ness pyrau amouuieuu; .
cars.' " ; ' :' ' ': '
Torty-four" per cent S.tiie lum
ber shipments moved ; ny . waici.
This amounted to 35.458.005 feet.
of Which. 26.306,010 eet move i
coastwise and intercoastal, an. I
9,151,995" feet -export. KaH-snu -ments
totaled 13 81 cars. '
- Local auto and teanl deliveries
tntalad 3.78 4.286 feet. Unfilled
domestic cargo orders totaled 122.-
633,600 feet Unfilled export or
ders 125,817.084 feet. Unfilled
rail. trade orders 4880 cars..
In the first two weeks of th?
year, production reported to tlx;
association has been il0,65S,2)'
feet; new. business i 6 6.6 4 9.0 7:'.
feet, and : shipments J.49,687,2 8 2
feet, w"". -'17"' "'
High tribute; is pal to Ameri
can local fire insuranfe agenU by
President Harry A. Sbiith of Na
tional Fire Co. of Hertford. He
says they average ufc well with
lawyers, doctors, min fet'ersrian k
ers and - other business men of
their communities -a fact.
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The New Year opens with the
brightest prospects for agricultur
al and industrial activity and pros
perity that our nationthas witness
ed in many years, jit should be
the endeavor of every cit izen t o
help maintajn this sound condi
tion, i . .
Features for Friday, Satcr-
. day and Monday
Best Sugar. Cured,
whole, per lb" . .1- . .
Best Solid Tack
tl rand Island brand
3 No. 2 M cans . : . . . .
'' K : Beans
Small white. .
6 pounds . . . I. . . .
. Corn 3Ieal .
No.- i 0 Bag . '. .1 1 . 39c
- True Blui Crackers
No. 5 box - 9
'.'Fresh and. Crisp". C
Nut . ;
Kinds. TcL 1T!
J black cat
LLjumnuMLiiSM iif mill --