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TIID ,OREGONaSTATESUAN;i SALEti OltEGON
SUNDAY fORNIrVG." JANUARY 24; r 1925
New, ; Snappy, Sensible just:
the . Thing, for Spring Wear
: " ' i ?17.50 to 34.50
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(CITI NEWSi IN BRIEF
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rosetUed- ' !.': j
Cloudjr and . unsettled with oc
casional rains , In' the Vest' and
local snows or rains In he east;
no - marked' changes In jtempera
tare; moderate south winds. Sat
urday Max. S3; "blta. 45; BiTer
4.2 rising; Rainfall .09 Atmos
phere cloudy rewind .South.
Wrth Is Reported , i .
Birth of a daughter to! Mr and
Mrs. RJ--W Remington bt 20 0
Chemekata - street w-ai "reported to
tbe office of the; city! health ! offi
cer yesterday. The grl.
born January 23, has
Joan JLenore. I
Dr. Marshall, OsteopathicU
Physician and Surgeoa. ;
r A: .1 T i .il mi ! -
Ifaesase Will StregtheiiiYoii--t
Ireat, hnlflHS ywPTiei Bfnf
proTe circulation aid - digestion,
gire you an appetlte4-and is the
one safe and surest cure, fori con
stipation. ; Phone. 221 4l g. H.
Logan, 249-253 S. Cottage S4 "124
Accessory Is Stole
T. M Barr, Jr., has j reported
ttf local police that the motometer
was stolen from his carl whtje it
was parked at Winter1 and Chme
keta streets Friday evening. fs s
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New Spring Arflmts ' v "
Of Spring Gowns and sCoais at
the French Shop. Mi!Bqffe Mor
rison, 115 N. High- . 324
Nick Fetch, route 1, and Nprma
Mary Best, route 2,1 took oiut. a
marriage license In the, cqnnty
xlerk's office yesterday and iwere
later married by Brazier C. Small,
Justice, of the peace. I? i-i -
Pomeroy '& jKeene
Jewelers and Optometrists
Salem. Oregon ! ..
Saltan Office 169 S.jnijh
Offlw noufa:' j j.
FACTORY. SDLVERTO, ORB.
Underwood Typewriter. Po.
Direct Factory Branch
019 Court Street ;none fc3
Typowritcrs Rented. jSold,
Special rental rates to .tndent
II F.' WOODRY &ISQN
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G. W. Johnson f&
.. . 469 STATE ,
Thompson Is Released- t j.
: i;-AV; -;H; Thompson, of Seattle,
who was arrested' Priday night at
the SL P. depot by officer Edwards,
and held for lnrestlgation, ! was
released yesterday morning after
the investigation - had failed to
fasten suspicions on him.
1 Mrs. Trorer, TroTers Studio.
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1024 Chevrolet Tourings
i unusually good appearance.
Newton Chevrolet Co. ; ' , J24
Fined for Parking
M. Selic of this city was Ifined
$1 , by Judge Poulsen yesterday
for parking overtime.
Of Kf atnirnt
of Ore. Fire Relief Association on
page two. ?
J2 4 j
3kf ade in Kaltn
f We make, and handle our own
harness. Suit ; ' cases - and !hand
bags. Nothing takes the place of
leather.: F. E. Shafer, 170 S.
Commercial. ! J24
Carejcoverejd u-f a
Officer Edwards I recovered a
iTJTt!rtou&g cm: JfrHajK ev
ening on Court street near Capi
tol. -Thenar, it M aaid, be:
to the M. Seller company of Pert
land. ;' ' T" J.tv r"V-
Radio Trade for Phoaogrsplv
High street.. -i-ri
New Spring Arrivals
Of Spring Gowns and Coats at
he French Shop. M. Buffe .Mor
rison, 115 N. High..; I1J24
Bike Stolen i
Clinton Lovell, 643 North
Rhurch j street, has repoftexi. to
local police that his black framed
bicycle was stolen from his -home
some time Saturday.
Merchants Lunch, 40c.
Jut Received 1923 Ford
Roadster disc . wheels and lots
of extras. - Cannot be told from
new; zs license..
ner, 24 ft State St.'
of -Ladd se Bush.
1921 Dedge Touring .
A snap. Newton Chevrolet
Treated by Osteopathy and ihe
latest : Electrical. Therapy in
cluding Dr. Abram's Electronic
1 No charge for consnltation -
DR. B. H. WHITJE ,
- Physician and Surgeon j t
BOS U. S. Bank uuuaing
. j - Salem Oregon .- . p: .
For the right kind of materials
and- the very best workman
ship call us. ,
O PnWder- and Sanolv Co. ."'
173 S. Commercial Phone t72S
LADD & BUSH, Banliers
- .: ' Established 1868 - ;
.General Banldns Buslnscs i
Office Hours from 10 a. m, to 8 p. m. )
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Arrested on Speed CharRe
John MT Meyers; 4935 North
Capitol street, was arrested last
night "by officer j Edwards on a
charge of speeding. He was cited
to appear Monday morning, Jan
nary 25. - , i; ;'uJ: ,
Lost j '
A motometer. ; Finder
W. LAflar, 2022J.; j ,
State House on School People-
Here's new modern 4 rooms and
nook with everything.! Furnace,
fireplace, hardwoed, paving, -walks
etc. Walking distance state house
tnd. schools. , Beet this now
14050 total. Terms.! Becke &
Hendricks, 189 N. High St. J24
And repairing. Giese-Powera
Furniture company. i i20tf
Arrested on Speed Charge
F. H. Holm of Oak : Grove was
arrested last night by jof ficer Ed
wards and charged with exceeding
the speed limit. He was cited to
appear Monday afternoon.
Fined for PosHesHion . 1
H.- E. Brown, who was arrested
Friday night on a. charge f reck
less drlTiog and" possession of in
toI ca t las vi orjr affined 3100
xor possession oy juage fouiseu
Saturday. Rowan resides at. 430
North Liberty street, Theodore
Eld. who was with Rowan, was
also" arrested and ' charged with
possession. lie was released Sat
urday, however. ) ; I
Baby Chirks Now Ready
Our chicks live to make your
living. Flake's Petland, 273 State.
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ForJtcnt- . - i -.1 -
U Moderp ,8 room houst,; living
rooms, 2 fireplaces, laundry room.
breakfast nook,,, lots ; of boilt-ins.
large garage. Just vacated. Rent
140. House can be seen Sunday.
1505 N. Capitol. Phone 1766-W.
Elk Dining Room V .
special Sunday dinner from
12:00 to 8:00 75c. J24tf
Office iri New Salem rioUl
Bnfldini 169 South High
' . i- Street. - .
Salesyard in rear of office
Phone 1718 S
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, Resi4ence Phone! lilE2i.(
187 D Street Telephone 2313
F. N - WOODRY
Salem Leading . ....
Tays Cash ,For Furnltare.
' Residence and Store '
' 1610 North Hammer ' '
phone sii ?$
Established Since 1910"
I felt !n ii
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We:! hare dandy Orerland
touring with 19 2S I license;
. good rubber and in fine con
dition. This is more than
worth; the moneyYJI you're
looking for a good car at a
cheap price - look j this one
QTer. I The price Is 100v
HO Hi) h K
Court Members IMu
J.: T. j Hunt,' Marion county
judge, and J.. E. Smith and J. II.
Porterjj county commissioners., re
turned to Salem Saturday after
noon ' after attending the conven
tion oil county courts in Portland.
O. D. Bower, sheriff, returned yes
terday from the sheriff's conven
tion in Portland. ?v i
Dr. Tilte, Osteopathy
Electronic Diagnosis and treat
ment, r -r J24
It Is .lfowl Ttme--- , " '.
to buyj new harness and repair the
old " for spring work. . . Nothing
takes the place of leather. " F. E.
Shafer, 170 S. Commercial. i j2 4
Ford Coupe, Late Model ;
. Like new, many extras. Newton
Chevrolet Co. v . j24
Someone With 8,00 f
Here's business bldg. thit you
can net 12 per cent on, with cer
tain increase in value. Becke &
Hendricks; 189 N. HighSU ! J24
Snes Result of Wreck
A court action growing out of
an automobile accident on the
Turner road a short time ago, was
opened yesterday in the, ;- circuit
court by-Thomas Little stains E
A. Culver. 1 Culver was' said to
have, been driving a car belonging,
to- S. H. Lovelace of - Estacada
Little declares that the defendant
crashed into him while driving on
the left side of the road. He aBks
$325 for damage to his car anoMor
the loss of its use. "
Phonograph Taken in Trade
for radio, portable preferred. Ra;
dlo Headquarters. J24
Pick This Up 30x150
With paving paid. 3 12 CO. Close
in on Capitol street. Becke &
Hendricks. 189 N. High street. J24
Dr. Dolph L. Craig has Opened
A dental office,: 211 U. S. Bank
of leather lorfs iNothlng takes
the place of leather. ' F. E. Shaf
er, 170 S. Commercial; .. J24
Suit Im Dismissed
The ' action of Sam and Theo
dore Lorenzen of the Central Gar
age, against Louis H. Fischer and
F. W. Pettyjohn, was dismissed in
Circuit Judge L. 11. McMahan's
department i yesterday. The case
was settled out of court. V
Merchants Lunch. 40c.
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Purses, bill; folds. Leather sap
plies. Nothing takes the place !o,
leather. Pi E. Shafer, - 170TS
. Basket v making classes
start Jan. 27. Enroll now.
lem JWickerj Furniture Co.,
State. Phone 2230. ,.
Employment Report Filed
Through tbe employment burean
conducted by the Salem ,'TMCA
3 men and five women were given
employment during the past week
according to report submitted . by
Sims Phillips, head of the bureau
There were 118 men . to seek em
ployment. For this number 42
lobs were called in and: 4 z men
were referred. 7During ;the week
28 women sought employment
, t t ? a rtr a t
lOO South Liberty Street ' v
WATCH FOR OPENING
New:. Building located ,on
1 EtlST CENTER STREET
1 ' North Side - i
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- . i The' Battery Man
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Vh Oar Service Car
. H Chtf Xmt Short Calls. , '
S3! Court SU Phone 198
STEAMSHIP TRAVEL ;
San Francisco to N. Y. ".First
Class. Minimum, 230. -
Let us arrange an Itinerary
for your European Trip.
Same Service in Salem that
you got In N.' Y.. at ' same
' Cost. " ' " : 1
: Balcm Travel Agency
, SIO Ore. liidg. '
through the office.. 'Six jobs were
called in and six women were re
ferred, irv-ffi. ;:-?Ji'H:: h
Hotel' If rio .f . '
Dollar dinner, serred 6:4S to 8
eterj eTenlns;. 1 . , i 12tf
n the IlJUfmcBt ' i
at 252 South Liberty the mechan
ics, of the Peterson Auto I Repair
Shop do guaranteed work at re
duced prices. . - t . J21
B. & B. Optical Co-
3 7 0 State. Phone 3 2 S.
Compacts By Foirett- j
The newest and best in corsetry
for all types of figures. Specialty
Shop, 453 Court.
Buildinic Still Good '
Building, is still being carried
on at a good rate, according to
the number of permits issued from
the office of the city recorder dur
ing the past week. Nine permits
were insued during the week, all
for the construction of homes.
Amount represented by the per
mits is 324,000. At this rate,' with
one more full week .before the end
of the month, Salem will easily
start out tbe year with over: 3100,-
000 "in homes for the first month.
On the Highway
15 acres, all in fruit, with mod
ern home and outbuilding. $15,.
000. Gertrude J. M. Page, 492 N.
Cottage. . ; ; : , ;-' J24
Motlters' Bible Ooiss Meets-
Mrs. Frank Lenon was hostess
Friday afternoon for member! of
the Mothers' . Bible . class t the
First Methodist church at her
home, 1925 State street.
Relief on Way '
The Relief, river steamer which
sank-some time ago at Salem, was
on its way to Portland' yesterday
afternoon, being towed -by the
Northwestern, river steamer ; own
ed and operated by the Salem Nav
And repairing. Gieie-Powers
Furniture company. s20tf
lined for Possession -
R. A. Meyer of Portland, upon
pleading guilty, to a charge of
possession of intoxicating lluor,
was fined 3)00 by Judge Poulsen.
Herman F. Zimmerman, who was
arrested at the .same time and
charged with speeding, possession.
and driving an auto while under
the influence of intoxicating liquor
has been released upon posting
3500 baiL Date for bis trial lias
net yet been set. y
Experienced Waitress Wanted
rTBonsa's Famous ,
Marches on; player-roll.
music and Victor , record
Mopres. Music House.-
Theater Man Vliilta
Arthur Hile, formerly manager
of the Oregon,. Grand nd;Liberty
theaters here, ia now in Salem on
a short business trip. Mr. ;Hile
is now in the theater business In
Portland and Seattle.
Radio Headquarters, Phone 1 983
Zenith. Fads, Mognavpx, . and
used sets. Good radio poles, i 175
South Hlgh. v ' l. "J2f
Mr. Fetlers v 1 ,
pf thte New . Salem restaurant
announces a real ia nome-cooaea
chicken dinner with all the trim
mings. Better drop In today with
the rest of the folks. The charge
is only 75 cents. ' 1 J24
Makes 3 Prof U r
The Summer Lake Telephone
company which; operates In Lake
county made a profit of 35 during
the year 1925, according to a re
port filed with the public service
commission yesterday.' The oper
atlnp : revenues of the company
were $110 while the operating ex-
fpenses were $105. -
Sonsas Famonst 1 ' 1 1
Marches on i player rdll, sheet
music. and Victor Record at
Moore's .Music House. J24
Smith Leaves for South
Homer Smith, prominent . loca
Insurance ; manf la leaving this
morning for; San Francisco where
he .s- nlannina to attend a nation
wide meeting of insurance men
Radio- roles of Superior Quality
Cood ' used - sets. Phono 1935
Sirs, Sejmour Jones Honored
Mis Anne Lang of The" Dalles
and' Mrs. Seymour. Jones of Salem
ycstorday"wer appointed by Got
qLi Oregon, a. th.eWomins oafd
vt the ficaaui Centennial at Pail
adelphia. .' Both' Miss Lang :and
Mrs. -Jones areiptonifuent In: the
Daughters, Of the American Reto-
lution in uregon; (
Just Received '
VAV 1923 Ford Coupe, lots of. ex
tras. A real bargains 2 8 license
$ 2 1 5.00. " "t'scd , Car ' Corner.1 '2 1
State St.'. M block 'west of i Ladd
Perry A. Foster Iles -
Perry A. Foster one of Salem's
most prominent.' school teachers
rort TwrortMATio ' "
died early Saturday "niprijfg M-
local hospital. He wasipauuai
training- inspector at
an lor high school. , He . had been
sick for nearly a month and a few
days ago doctors uttered the opin
ion, that he .would never recover.
He is survived byhls, widow, five
children, his two1 parents, three
stera and three brothers. Names
his children are Donald. Vir
ginia, Martha, Mary. Elizabeth and
Anne Kellogg.-- Funeral will be
held Monday at t p. m. ;
Given to fittings. - Howard Cor-
Ket Shop, . 153 S.' High. Phone
113. , 124
Seek Improvements '
Two petitions have been receiv
ed by City Recorder Poulsen, both,
for improvements. One petition
asks tor the improvement of Elec
tric avenue from .Cottage to Sum
mer streets, and the second , asks
for the construction of a sewer
Ion Maple avenue ' from Academy
to South streets.
For sale next Tuesday. Heavies
and Leghorns. ( Salem chlckeries.
268 N. Cottage. Phone 400. J 2 5
Contagious Disease Retard!
Contagious - disease In Salem Is
retarding, according to summary
of the cases reported to the office
of tbe city, health officer during
the past week. There were but
five cases reported altogether;
one each of diphtheria, smallpox
and measles, and two of chicken-
Beautiful Bungalow " i
In the country and five acres
$5800. A delightful spot to
live In. Gertrude J. M. Page. J24
In this city, January 23, Mrs.
E. Wolf of 1887 North Front
rreet. Announcement later from
the RIgdon mortuary.
At a local hospital, January 23.
Perry A. Foster, age 40, years. ,He
is survived by his widow, Gene
vieve, and by five children, Don
ald. Virginia, Martha F, Mary
Elizabeth and Anne Kellog, all of
Salem, by his father and mother,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Foster of
Joseph. Oregon, and by three
brothers and three sisters. Fun
eral services will he held from the
Webb funeral parlors on Monday
at 2 p. mv4 Ret. J, W. Deyoe .will
officiate;, interment in the City
At 'a local hospital, Saturday,
January-23,; Happy Feverns. age
65 yearn. 'Funeral announce
ments will be made later by the
Webb, funeral parlors.
cannot say, and will not say
That he is dead. He is just
With a cheery smile, and a
wate of the hand
He has wandered -into an un-
. known land,;
And left Ms dreaming how very
: fair ' - .
It'-eeda must be. since he
'?f'"'T lingers there.'
James fWhlteomb Riley
XVrT. Hidoii & Son
"SEE-STEP" Multifocal (Bifocals) are just what ; their
name implies bifocals that do not interfere with tyour
v walking going lip and down stairs sweeping ironing
dishwashing, etc. i ' ;. -dlZZlZZi
. "SEE-STEP" Multifocals are designed for the average
bifocal wearer the housewife arid the man on the street..
You will, if one of these, secure a fuller and more satisfac
tory service from a "SEE-STEP" correction.
People of bifocaLage (forty years and older) wholhave
never been satisfied with the service of ordinary bifocals,
or who have not been able to wear them, have found?com
plete comfort in "SEE-STEPS." : f
. Golf players pronounce them ideal, for business or play,
- perfect sight for ; driving from tee-fairway--hazard or
rough a r boonc - for golf players who ' have ' to jwcar
bifocals. " " ' , " " ' ;
. "SEE-STEPS" are bifocals that do away with watching
- your step when going up or down stairs, stepping up and
down on the streets rin fact, any place where blurred
- vision at your feet would bother you.
Mr. and MrsJ J .B- LlUler of
San Francisco am spending a few
days in saiem, wnere iney urea
ntxtil recently. Their son, Robert
Littler, Is well known in Salem.
having made a name for himself
In debating at galem high school
and latef at Willamette univers
ity. Tbo couple are planning to
return to San -.Francisco In the
near future . .:; 1 t
Five Roonr Hon
Plate glass windows, basement,
furnace, ' fireplace . paved street;
$4000. Gertrude J, M. Page. ' J24
Request From . Africa-
Editor of the Northwest pou
Journal has received a letter from
Years of experience have proved to us that winter paint
Jobs wear far better than spring and summer jobs.
The winter ;rain and
RELIANCE AUTO PAINTING CO.
219 State Street
Puts the TeetK -
to Sleep and.
THERE IS NO
280 Washington St4 Between 4th andl 5th
2nd Floor Macleay Bldg., 4th and Washington
Phone Brdwy 18C5 s PORTLAND, OIU'.GON
STEP - BIFOCAI
30I-2-3-4. . GBEOON SLDO
Dick Stephens, poultry farmer f t
Sixcoye Gold Coast. XVvt X Afri a.
asking to bo naiaied ep -l.il
respondent for tlte magazine. s
is a regular subscriber,, and i or -pec
ted to coctribjite for a fuuu
Issue. " v: I
SOFT COAL N" D1TI.M
; SEATTLE, Ja 23.- The pro
longed anthracite coal strike lut i
increased the denfand for s"f ;
by 35,000,000 tdns. Walter dr
nnm, president of tho Taci.'ic
Coast Coal company, declared hre
today.. This incrMed demand h:is
made It possible for his rntnpany's
Burnett; mine to remain iwn for
at least another year. imtal ot
closing inimedlaljHy as had Ira
feared, he said.
Re - paint
wind will not injure
Baked Finish I
Do You Fear The pentist?
Read This Message, of Comfort
No matter Imjw delicate the
dental work required, we
ran do it for yu, WITHOUT
PA IX because; we know we
arc not hurting you. We can
do better wrk you feci
lunch better too because
there is no straining, no ner
vous tension,! where Twi
light Sleep is nsed. "THERE
IS NO HURT"while work is
being done,- Sbecause your
teeth sleep. The patient Is
wide awake and f uUy con
scious of all that is being
done, but youii "teeth sleep.
PAINLESS DENTAL WORK
Extractions, Gold 'Inlays,
Porcelain Crowns. -: All den
tal work done ty experienced
and gentle operators - In
Portland's Best and Most
Sanitary Dental Offices.
You ahouldi conie here If
yon wish to ariod the usual
pain while having your tcclh
fixed. i I
OUR PRICES VERY
OHEGOli :v ELECTRIC
SU htrih Commerce ,i '
Office rhcr.8 75