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TUESDAY,MORNING. FEBRUARY 2, 1926
155 N. Commercial St.'
HOTEL pENSON COFFEE
The Supreme jRichness and Flavor Make Hotel Benson Coffee
yelcome to Everyone
CANNED FRUITS i
Royal Club Peaches,; sliced orJ ' j 'OC A
halves, per can -U--iA mC
Pineapple, extra sliced, large tan
3 for .... ,...---
Broken Sliced Pineapple, large
cans, 3 for - i
Gallon Size, broken sliced Pinci-'QlJ-apple,
per can 7DC
Gallon 'size, crushed Pineappfei
per can- -Jlt.i.. ........
Apricots, fancypacl? No. 2
naisins, 4 pound t Off.
package ? i .Ji7C
Crown Pancake Flour
per package -...J,
per pound . J
-Flour Prine's Hardwheat
per sack :
": - .
per sack 1
; Fresh Country Eggs
- 2 dozen ! .
Everything We Sell; la Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction We
Denver Without Extr a Charge. ;
'This Is ' as good buy.:
cheap cars as we hare - ever
hafl. ChetTolet tourlngir
fine ' condition ? with . good
robber and' extras. This 1$
a 1922 model and a floe
running car. The price is
and country;! Justice to mankind.
Mrs. Looneyj was a charter mem
ber - of Chemeketa chapter, and
since its organization on November
26, 1915. has been present at all
meetings when her health would
permit. Faithful to duty always.
"Heidfwe fall to rise, are baffled
to fight better, sleep te wake."-
Mrs.Fseymour Jones, Mrs.' Russell
Catlin. Lillian G. Applegate.
FRIEND RELIEVES BOY'S
;" ;-v; STiFFERINCt
My little boy has had trouble
witbl his bronchial tnbes since he
was (three. We tried all kinds of
cough syrups' and medicines, with
out any relieif. For ten weeks he
waa fdown, didn't get a night's
sleep due toj his cough. A friend
gave me a bottle of Foley' Honey
and fTar and thkt night, lifter tak
ing jFoley's jHoney and Tar, he
slept ail night," writes Mrs. Ruth
Willard, 1524 Kappes Street, In
dianapolis, End. Satisfaction guar
iog $18,331.15, and ail sentences fqr notches' gained. To" gain
imposed; aggregating - 2782 days,
in addition to one sentence of fire
years in the state prison'.- sixteen
stills were seized. in' liquor raids
and a total of .285 gallons of liquor
were, confiscated : and ' destroyed;
Fines collected from liquor law
violators during the month am
ounted tQ f 6818.88. ' i
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Boxing, Armory . Arena-
Phil Bayes, Salem, 126 pounds,
s. Danny Edwards, 124 pounds.
Ten S-minute .rounds. Three
snappy preliminaries, 8:30 -Wednesday,
Feb, 3. i f3
Ask Overhoatl CroHslDg . , .
A petition for permission to con
struct ran overhead crossing over
the tracks of the Oregon-Washing-toil
railroad near Cascade locks
has been filed with, the public ser
vice commission here by the
Wauna Toll Bridge company, a
Washington Corporation, which is
constructing a ' bridge across the
Columbia river at that point. The
proposed overhead crossing would
form the Oregon approach to the
notches the boys have to do ?er
tain amount of all-around service,
bronze button. ; Wheu 'he has 24
The pioneer is first - awarded a
notches in this,; he receives a sil
ver button; 24 more 5 notches and
the achieves a gold button.1 When
he has 24 notches in his gold but
ton he is awarded the . Master Pio
neer medal, highest pioneer honor.
There are no! master pioneer med
als in Salem, although there are
several gold ones.
Candidate to Speak
Frederick Steiwer of Pendleton,
a former Jefferson boy, will speak
kit Jefferson Tuesday night In; the
Interest '6f "his candidacy for
United States senator. He has
many enthusiastic supporters in
his home town and will be greeted
by a large audience. The Melo-
deon orchestra will furnish mu
.VITY:N3WS IN BRIEF
1 OarWeathef Man
, t- t HXSETTLJED
4, Cloudy ' and unsettled ' Tuesday
and Wednesday with, occasional
rains : in west portion aidd light,
local fains and snows in east por
: tion; v moderate - - southeasterly
i winds,, becoming fresh 'flpng the
coast... Maximum yesterday, 5 8 ;
minimum, 37; river,; 5.Tj falling;
I rainfall; rnone; atmosphere clear;
f wind,, west.; j-' ;
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Fined for Possession-..; s - 't-'
Josa AJvjdrev ot ftf hM3u
cans arrested .recently and charged
with, various misdemeanors from
possession, drunkenness and trans
ition, to disorder ly?j conduct,
i been lined $200,! haying been
convicted of possession and trans
portation. y -
L Two Car Loads ! !. ! - "
Lloyd fibre reed, furniture 'i and
A . baby buggy Just received by1 H."I.
St iS Stiff Furniture Co. i i , P2
- Rev. KatherinorPowell, mpther
Of Keith Powell of the Bahk of
Wopdburn, and a woman of much
culture, has been annotated librar
ian of the Carnegie library tia)lace
of Mrs. Susan A. Livesley, who has
resigned after 11 years Of efficient
service, the resignation to take ef
Yon, Save .By Baying ,t , y, ' - 'i
f Your Lloyd's furniture and baby
buggies' now, .HjJ L. Stiff, Furnir
tnre Co. TY: - v ft
ses. jPlans were made for a series
of cooked 'food sales to be; held
during Lenten season, the first of
which will b&y on February 20 at
Nieroeyer's , drug store ; on North
Commercial street Mrs 5 Frank
Durbin will entertain the : guild
the first Monday in March; Mrs.
William Neimeyer is president of
the club and presided at the busi
ness meeting. ;
New Silvertdn Arriyals
Recent SUverton arrivals fpom
Donald, Altaj., Canada are Mr. and
Mrs. A. Jerstadr and two daugh
ters, Alma and Ida. Mr. and Mrs.
Jerstad are j the parents of Mrs.
George Quesseth, at whose home
they are visiting. They have rent
ed a house f Walmer on North
Water street and win probably
remain - flv !nr cl y mnnths
Basket Social At Oak Grove
A basket social and program
will be held on Saturday evening,
February 6 at the community hall
in the i Oak Grove district under
the auspices pf the Oak Grove
school. A prize will be given for
the cleverest basket. The proceeds
will go toward the. purchase of a
new- organ for- the school. The
public is invited.
Modern - Homes-i-Terms
Three north, one east,, one soutn
8200 to 3500 down, balance like
rent, $3200 on up. Three vacant
right now. Becke & Hendricks,
189 .N, High, street.
An overflow assembly of .Capi
tal post No. 9. American Logion,
last night cast .care aside forpe
cial entertainment composed tvof
local and imported talent.
The most popular number of
the evening was aa all Salem trio.
represented by) Miss Rosalie : N
baum, 12, and; the Masters Wood- .
ry, ages 10 and 11. . j'
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.The two lada and Miss Rosalie i
broke! into the quiet evening 'with'
a vocal numbej- accompanied with
their ukelelsand by 'Mrs, 'p. N.
Woodry at the pianol "Croon a
Little Lullaby'l with a special yod
el solo by Master Glenn Woodry
was the hit of J the evening.
A comedy number, "Show Me
the Way to Gd Home" by the two
boys brought A augh, followed by
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Good Table Potatoes ur
$2.75 perihuAdred at warehouse
3090 Portland road. Phone 2120.
Women Will Meet .
; The - Ladies' Aid ot
Evangelical church- will have an
all-day meeting Wednesday. t The
women are . requested -' to - bring
their work, y. . .
Hear. Our JPoiefi' nec5MWr T1
: At H. I Stiff Furniture Co, T2
Fsrnltitrertrpbxrfsttfii' - r, , j
- And repairing. ' Olese-Powera
Furniture company. ;20tf
CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH
i , i MONET
.f .-Send this ad and ten cents to
Foley & Co' 2835 Sheffield ave.,
Chicago, 111., writing your- name
and Address clearly. You will re
ceive a ten cent bottle of FOLEY'S
HONEY AND TAR COMPOUND
tor .coughs, colds and hoarseness,
also r free sample packages of
FOLEY PILLS, a diuretic stimu-
ant for the kidneys, and FOLEY
CATHARTIC TABLETS for - Con
stipation and Biliousness. 4 These
wonderful remedies : have Inelped
millions of people. Try ; them!
Elk Dining Boo:
e Special Sunday
12:00 to 8:00 75c!
Stage Driver Fined-f I
Dave, Austexmuhl, stage driver,
was fined $10 in Justice court Mon
day after being arrested for pilot
ing his machine with two young
jvomen In the front emergency seat
while -there were ' other "vacant
seats in the stage. : . '
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Two . licenses Issued
,'Two - marriage .'licenses were
issued yesterday by the county
clerk. - They were applied for by
Harrey Shafer, dispenser, 515 S.
Twenty-first street,! aad Nellie
Stites, 896 South. Sixteenth street,
and Otto Latch, farmer of Molalla,
and Katherino Bernklau, Mount
Angers - L "1 II
Pbineroy & ICeenq
JTewelers and Optometrists "
Salem, Oregon , ,
' fe: Furnaces
Cilcsi Offlc 1C3 S. "Hlz
- Office nours?
FACTORY, SILViaiTON, OI
Uric'crwood Typewriter Ca
1 TMmH: "Parfrtinr lSTftnc!!
AlO Court Street "'TLoa
' Typewriters Rented, C-Ii
' . .. Repaired . ..
Special rental atea..ib '
poy cush ior C:sd l urr
B. Optical Co. !
.370 States. Phone 28,
For Bent, Large Flat , i
Ranges furnished $30, Vacant.
C$4 6; Ferry. , , , . .; - J31tf
To Hold Joint Meet V N
The " Marion and ;CoIk : county
courts will hold a oiut meeting
in the court house here today to
decide what action will .be; taken
on the Independence .lerry; yhich
is in need of repairs The. ferry
Is the only- electric driven boat -on
the .Willamette river ;and Js in
good condition except for the hull
The meeting will start at 10- this
morning. - : ' K v " i
See ile Lloyd Fibre , .' i
Reed furniture and baby buggy
display, in windows of H. L. Stiff
Furniture -Co. "r. - F2
Guild Entertained - ' j
St. Paul's guild of 'the Episco
pal cliarch'.were entertained at -the
home of Mrs. H. i B. Thielsen on
Court street Monday afternoon
Mrs.7 Humphreys . and Mrs. Hex
Sanf ord . acted as assistant j hoatea-
New Building located on
EAST CENTER STREET
1,1 North Side
For the right kind of materials
and the Tery best workman
ship call us. ; v.
Powder and Supply Co.
175 S. Commercial Phone 728
Writers to Meet
The writers' section of tlie Sa-
leni Arts league will meet this
evening at the home of Mrs. F. S.
Women to Sleet '
- The Woman's Home Missionary
society of j the First ' Methodist
church will hold its regular
monthly meeting at 2:30 o'clock
this afternoon at the home ,pf Mrs,
Building Permit Is Issued
February .building was given a
boost yesterday when one permit
was taken out by F. M. Haberman
to erect a one story dwelling at
1940 East Nob Hill at a cost of
$4000. The city recorder, made
up. the monthly report for January
early, it has been necessary to
switch two January" reports to
February, the"' two amounting, to
$12,800. This cuts the total for
January as recorded from around
$125,000 to about suz.uoo.
At a local hospital Sunday, Jan.
31, Margaret Berry, age 25 years.
Survived by her husband, Burt
Berry of Garibaldi; one son,' dick
Bassen, and her father, William
McComas of Fullerton, Cal. Fun
eral services ; will be t held today,
Tuesday, at 2 p.' m. from theW;ebb
funeral parlors. Interment xm
City View cemetery.
Tn CalifoVnia, MondayrFeb.' 1,
James Banker, age 76. Survived
by bis widow, Mrs. A C. Banker,
a daufehter. Mrs. Lena Hart, and
a son, Bert, both5 of Salem; Mrs.
w. A. Bulloct of Denver, Mrs
Carrie Ives of Hllhead, S. D.-Tbe
body will be shipped to the Webb
funeral parlors here. Announce
ment of funeral will be made by
jthe Webb funeral parlors.
nmrnil Krom. Monday, Feb. 1
at North Commercial Bixeei, t
the aee -of 4 8 years. She is sur
vived by ber husband, B. R. Krom
one son, Ervin V. Krom of Salem
anri thre brothers. Ole, Tosten
and Andrew Hattvedt of Mlnne
sota. Funeral announcement wgl
be made later by the Webb fune
ral parlors. , - . , ."
Room "for Geatleman
Close in, in modern home.
erences. Address iiome,
U. jG. Boyr. 437 North Winder I chonm to'Meet
Afraid? Of whom am I afraid?
'- Not death, for wno is nej
The porter of my father's
As much abasheth me.
Of resurrection? Is the feast
Afraid to trust the morn
With her fastidious forehead?
As soon impeach my crown I
,.r Emily Dickinson:
street. Mrs. C. D. Doney will con
duct devotions and Mrs. M. D.
Parounagian will have charge of
lUgh. , Class Tracts -
10. acres, six miles east; $3500;
10 acres 3 miles, east $6500; 5
acres edge of Salem, south;- $6500.
All have excellent land, and quite
good bldgs. , Becke & Hendricks,
189, N. High street. " J31tt
Acbeson Turned Over f I ?
Wayne' Acheson -i arrested . re
cently-' in the alleged act ol bur
glarizing a garage, has been turn
ed over to the Justice court by of
Furniture . TJpnolatery
. t An&i repairtti. liee-Powers
Furniture company. 20tf
Alarm BelL Favored
Sixty-nine residents of Clacka
mas . county have petitioned the
public service commission in an
effort to require the Willamette
The Salem " Roys' chorus will ;
meet this evening in the rooms
of the Iocat YMCA. Dr. Epley is I
director of the chorus. A feature i
of the program will be a talk by
Fred J. Tooze, candidate1 for the
republican nomination- "fro j state
suerinienaent ei, puie ' iusu ut-
tidn. : '
MOTHErlj-L Hetchert .;
Castoria is - cspedally. pre
pared to relieve Infants in
arms ; and Child r en' all ages or
.Constipation, Flatulency, yyind
Colic and . Diarrhea; allaying '
Fevcrishness arising therefrom, and, jby regulating the Stomath
i . . .... . .-!.-: t tt i . ri.: a .... t .1 i
and Bowels, aiCS tne assunwaawn:ox fwv; gwug natural sieep.
To avoid imitatkmf, always1 look for the sfgnature SjaT-OUcAi
Absolutely Harmless - No OpiatM. Physicians everywhere recommend it
VARMTH ATA BARGAB1
A quart of w)iole milk weighs a little over two pounds
and contains 680 calories, warmth for the kiddies this
cold weather. It costs about 12 cents. ; I i .
Two Winds of croodlcoal. not the ordinary, kind, con-
tains as high as 17,200 calories; warmth for the entire
family this1 cold weathler. And it costs only one and a.
half cents! . . . . . . j
Buy Heat-Not Jiwt Coal
AND SAVE YOUR MONEY
HIU-MAN FUEL CO.
STie contest between the Pioneer
clabs of the city for the bronse
shield trophy started .yesterday.
YaUey Southern railroad to install itwUl continue over a period of
several weeKS. joints are: given
and maintain an electric alarm
bell at the! Maple Lane road cross
ing with the tracks of that com
Hear Oar Gennai
Jewish, Italian records
Stiff; Furniture Co. 1 ;
Pioneers Meet - ' '-'-
The Lincoln Pioneers club met
last night. The Whitman Pioneers
will meet this evening. -The meet
ing will be held at the First Pres
byterian church. -. - --t.'-J ,
I $11.90 Paid 3Ionthly
Will retire a loan oft1000 in
140 months. This applies to new
I buildings only. Ralph H. McCurdy,
office 401 Oregon Bldg. F2
for mid-week attendance, for Sun-
day school , attendance, for the
quality. of the. devotional jeriod.
for . practical - talks, ior inter-
Pioneer physical activities, for ser
vice, for attendance to rallies and
M) , 4 - '
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1 PnlllRSS i ' Call 1855 I
I :'W. T. Rigdon & Sort- ? - -'- ' ' ---- J-T "U.:J j
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Y U m Mm m m'wvm mag., 1 l niv 1 me m I
saving wtgnnntw mntoj--a cq
Hotel Slarlon .
Dollar dinner, served 5:4S to. S
every evening. ,j.i.itf
Members ijjosa Fclte ." : ; ! ' " 5
v Chemeketa chapter;., Daughters
of the American, Revolution; feel
ing deeply the loss of a beloved
member, and a "member . of - the
joard of direetors-Harriet Clarke
Ixjoney wish to express publicly
their ) sorrow in the death of one
Who. lived for the highest ideals
and principles for which! the or
ganization stands ; Love -of home
December Wet Arrests 108
I Activities of HJate and county
prohibition. enforcement officials
resulted in 108 arrests for liquor
law violations n December, accord
ing to a report compiled by Wm.
Levens, state prohibition commis
sioner. Thirteen of Oregon's 36
counties failed to make . any re
port for the month, and four.other
counties reported no arrests. The
108 arrests resulted n 98 convic
tions wthi fines assessed! aggregat-
Good Till Friday Night
I JOE WILLIAMS
'i' . The Battery Man ';
. Eerrie Oa AU M&kes f
' t ''Batteries
. . WILLAItD
531 Court St. Phone 108
rrrri c MADTUA ?HAP 10 UrQ
ALASKA ;PINK ROSE
SALMON 6 tall j tins
KELX.OG'S- All Bfan
2 large packages
t AJCOTJT RAJLIIOAD XZ3P3
PORTER'S Simolina , Hardwheat j
Macaroni, Noodles, Spaghetti, Ver
micelli or Seshells 9 C
OV A rtllTICtTf lint's stflDlb
qaalitj'; large 24 tins..
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CASCADE PURE LARD No. 4 Pails V
TRACY'S - FUEL
- 1 : YARD . j
187' D Street Telephone 2313
F. N. WOODRY
rays Cash, For Fornltara
Residence and Store -1610
North Summer, -
PHONE 511 -"EstabllsJied
r;' 5 General Bsn!iini
Cfrica Konra from 1J a, is.'ta3p-u
Being the property of the late fFranK-t Pordi' situated at.
1795 SOUTH UBKRTY STREET, . 1 block east of S. Com
mercial on Superior street onWKDNKSDAY; r FJEBRUARlf ;
3.. Commencing at 1 P: M th following:,; , -1"
player piano,' bench and tolls,, like-rtowrl "Victor
phonograph and records, 1 oak co uch lipholstered
in leatherette, Morris chair,2 roci;ittsf hairsy,Jl;Ax-.
minster Rug 8.3x10.6, 1 largetrwood theater, nearly ..
new .1 mantle clock, 1 oak . pedestal idining room
table, 4 leather box seated diners, : 1 electric vacuum
cleaner, electric washing machine, Electric heater, '
1 Perfection 60 heater, 2 beds comr !te 1 oat gfass
bookcase and desk combined, & :Cak--dosser--rel vet
rug 8.3x10, 1 bed davenport, 2 .violin?; 1 30-30 Win
chester rifle, 112-gause double barrel: shotgun- and
case, 16-hole range; water 1 connectiojn s 6 . kitchen ,
. chairs, 1 De Laval cream separator 1 Trailer, ;.l ,..
. 6-year old Jersey ..cow due; to' freshen March 1, 2
50-ft garden hose, lawn mower," garden tools, 1 old"
cook stove for basement, dishes, 'Jfritchen utensils, ;
empty sealers, etc., quantity-of wood ' -t
BEAR THIS IN MIND: 1793 South" Liberty. Take
South Commercial car, get : of f'iit 'Superior street."
Just 1 block east. . Comer of Liberty. -Wednesday,
'February 3 at 1 p. m. Positively no rpservei Terms
H. F. VQODRY & SON
' - .. -! , -. Are the Auctioneers
See Us Persona 'Ay
PINEAPPLE Hawaiian. broken ';.
sUces, 3 large KR 'n
2Y2 tins OQK
- 'SYRUP Skagg's Pure Cane :
.: : - and Maple v
Qt. Tins or Glas: Jug 49c I
A Gal W- ;9c!
Wrap,! 1 lb.
Yl lb; Green Jap or pran
29c Postum Cereal;
i'I Su PHONE 75
iuur" I'.:r:.i x.r.i Ci:ty;tas.
APPLES Highly Colored Winesaps, Box
CAMPBELL'S PORKc' BEANS
(Finest you ever tasted),
5 tins . faC
i. 1 1 .V 1
, FIGS Large White
4 ibs. r.......-..L:
25 lb. boxes l-..
PETTTES fancy large and
juicy, 5 lbs
PEAS-Ungraded Utah j
pack 2 for '---
" 4 ' " ' "' t.
CORN Golden Iris, fafic:
pack. Buy a month subtly
PRIPE Or; OREGON HAMS, Found
. . - . ' We Have a Full Line of S'mokfed Meats
BEANS fancy white
5 HS 'iw(MtnV'
RICE Best Head
5 lbs. J.... ... ..
0 BURBANK POTATOES 1 00 lb.-Bags ..
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Order of r-OO orover '(cugnr and milk exec; Izd)
" - ' Lwlive'rcd "Without Charge