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CAPITAL DRUG STORE
"Only the Best" Agents OWL DRUG CO.
CORNER STATE AND LIBERTY OPEN THIS EVENING
CITY NEWS IN
Unsettled (with occasional rains;
continued mild fresh south and
southwest winds. Max. 50; Min.
44; River 0.6, stationary; Rain
fall .34; ' Atmosphere cloudy;
Water Mixers a Gift
Dr. W. B. Morse, at his own ex
pense, has had two hot and cold
kwater mixers added to the equip-
lent of the Salem hospital. Num
erous gifts or magazines, flowers
and jelly are reported. Mrs. Wal
ter Spauld ing provided nurses with
tickets for a recent concert. '
For an Appointment-
With Joe Maddison of the Bob
Ehoppe, phone 391. a 4
Pageant to be Given
A pageant in observance of
faster fcrtjjy be given this evening
at LeslieS. Jthodist church by the
Sunday school of the church. The
pageant will start at 7:30 o'clock.
Hotel Marlon -
Dollar dinner, served 6:45 to 8
every evening. . J2tf
" Of Christ, Scientist, of Salem,
Or., announces a free lecture on
Christian Science - by Mr. W.
Stuart Booth, C.S.B., of Denver,
Colo., member Jot the board of
lectureship of The Mother Church,
The First Church of Christ, Scien
tist, In Boston, Mass. at the church
edifice Monday evening, April 5,
1926, at 8 o'clock, ( The -public is
cordially invited to attend. a 4
Wood Arrives f
Salem auto comp received 50
cords of slab wood Saturday.
Those registering at the camp are
furnished wood gratis for use in
the camp stoves. V Campe'raris
not permitted; to use the wood for
bon fires, however. ;
Suits Cleaned and tressed
$1.25; Cash and Carry Clean
ers., Down town receiving office.
352 Chemeketa St. . f21tf
91 Down and SI Per Week
Buys any cedar chest in our im
mense stock. C S. Hamilton Furn
iture Co., 340 Court street. a4
Two Licenses' Issued
Two marriage licenses were ap
plied for in the county clerk's of
fice here Saturday. They were
taken out by Otto Albers, mechan
ic, 635 North Twentieth street,
and' Lillian Holman, 1025 North
Seventeenth street, and Howard E,
Timbers, t teacher,- nod Paulino
Phlipot, both of Seattle.
Underwood Typewriter Co.
'; Direct Tmitorf Branch) - :
010 Govt Street , : Phono sea
Typrrriters Rented, Coll,
S:'-V:-BPlrSjd: ' '
C?c!l rental "rate to ktaSasts
WfcSJ State and
HfiSsSsV Liberty . Streets
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Belongs in the
t A report submitted by the city
park board shows that 102 autos
stopped at the Salem auto camp
during March. This is nearly
twice as many aa registered at the
camp the same month last year.
One of the reasons for the increase
is said to be the completion of the
bridge at Harrisburg.
I)r. F. D. Voigt Has Opened
A -dental office at 508 Bank of
Commerce Bldg. Phone 805. a4
A Miniature Cedar Chest Free
With every cedar chest sold dur
ing this sale. C. S. Hamilton Furn
iture' Co., 340 Court street. a4
"The rath Across the Hill"
A comedy drama in three acts,
at St. Joseph's auditorium Wed
nesday, April 7th, at 8 o'clock
25c, 50c, and reserved seats 75e,
at Opera House Pharmacy. Corner
Winter and Chemeketa streets. a6
Dr. Marshall, Osteopathic
Physician and surgeon.
Easy Terms, Bay Like Rent
New bungalow, cement basement,
furnace, fireplace, paved street,
between Summer and Capitol.
Would consider car as first pay
ment, 1138 Shipping. a4
At ractfNre Window
One of the most attractive win
dow displays seen in Salem, com
bining Easter attractiveness with
individuality, Is the display in G.
W. Johnson Company store. Cecil
Thompson, in charge of decora
tions, has laid moss, from which
Easter lilies are growing. The
largest of these lilies is construct
ed of shirts and other men's wear
Eat at The
Lunch Box Easter Sunday.
Five Acres $3000
Modern buildings, close to Sa
lem on paving. Becke & Hen
dricks, 1S9 N. High Stret. a4
Griffith In Portland
George Griffith, past state com
mander of the Oregon state de
partment, American Legion, spent
Saturday in Portland where he as
sisted in entertaining J. R. Mc-
Quigg, national commander of the
American Legion. Mr. Griffith is
depTrty eta4e treasurer and 4
prominent in legion circles in this
Eat Easter Dinnei
At the Gray Belle. Menu on So
ciety page. a4
Ladies Haircut ting By Experts
, Let as show you bow nice you'll
looJc after a visit to the Elite
Beauty Shoppe, over the Gray
Belle. a 4
Health Chief Inspects
Courtney Dlnwiddy, director of
the commonwealth fund of New
York city, which supplies much of
the money used by the Marion
County Child Health Demonstra
tion accompanied by Mrs. Fnlker-
son; county school superintendent.
F. N. WOODRY
Pays Cash For Fmrnitnr
Residence and Store
010 North SmnnMC
; . PHONE 511 V
-Established Since 1916"
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
! ' Established 180S
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GcncrrJ Banldns Builnic '
'.i OtOm Honrs from 10 sw as. to S p m.
visited schools at Thomas, Scotts
Mills, Crooked Finger and Noble,
Friday. Miss Anne Simpson, health
educational director of the demon
stration, was also a member of the
party. The director made the
visit to ascertain the efficiency of
work being done with school
Eat at The
Lunch Box Easter Sunday.
G. C. Patterson
Shoe repairing moved from 143
S. Liberty to 260 State street. a4
Astoria Attorney Here
James W. Mott, Astoria attor
ney, and representative in the
state legislature from Clatsop
county, arrived in Salem Saturday
and will be here during the week
as one of council in a case before
the circuit court. Mr. Mott is
associated in the case with G. C.
Fulton of Astoria, and McNary and
Page of Salem.
. . For Rent
Furnished one half of new du
plex desirable location. Phone
Darwin Tulips in Full Bloom
Chapin bulb farm, 8 miles north
of Salem on the Wheatland Ferry
road. : Cut' flowers" on sale for
Easter.,' " a 4
War Mothers to Meet
- A regular meeting of the Amer
ican War Mothers of Salem will
be held In the Chamber of Com
merce rooms on Tuesday at 2:30
o clock. A large attendance Is
At Howard Corset Shop, 165 N.
Moved! Moved! ....
U. S. Miller, the watchmaker
and Jeweler, has moved to 157 S.
Commercial St. Tyler's drug store.
Fails to Stop-
Oscar Gingrich of Salem was
arrested Saturday night by Offi
cer G. W. Edwards and charged
with failing to stop before enter
ing a through street.
And repairing. Giese-Powers
Furniture company. s20tf
The Howard Corset shop-
Has a complete line of girdles
at reasonable prices. 165 N. Lib
Building Permit I..himI
Three building permits were
issued from the office of the city
recorder Saturday. R. P. Boise
took out a permit to alter and re
pair the store building at 135 N.
Commercial street at a cost of
91250. Carl Bahlburgwas issued
a permit to construct a one and
one-half story dwelling at 1525
South Church street at a cost of
14400. A permit was given to A.
The Battery Man
Satisfied Ctntoners Bring
Others We Know.
631 Govt St. Phone IBS
TRACY'S FUEL t
107 D Street Telepbome S3 18
' Cobb la and mmm a, ml daM mp
4-door Ford aeAao. -with mix ap d'
fpWUl tTMflBiMl.il, 6 wtr.
, whMla, - 29x4 tiraa, v&deralang
doabU (prhtgt, Bosch ignition,
motor bracM, wmXmx ymaa, Ultm
spot ttgbtt. Kick el - x rmdUtor,
bampat, - BttarBtttr, Sosbl.
rwlp, d(ar Uchter, Hk trtj, tim,
Crowl oil mod pi Sans w
mt, ' ipaedoatf r, aiMcial Ugfeta
bbA MTtnU mtUmt nrtru. xhi
car la in fin. condition fbrooca
at and a toy at f 525.00.
EL Dalke to build a one-story resi
dence at 2250 Hazel avenue, "to
Kat Faster Dinner
At the Gray Belle. , Menu on So
ciety page. a 4
Hate Cleaned and Blocked
75c. Cash and Carry Cleaners.
S 6 2r Chemeketa St. f21tf
Leaves for Meeting
Rural School Supervisor Fox
leaves for Spokane today to attend
a meeting of the Inland Empire
Teachers' association. Exhibits of
the work done by boys and girls in
rural schools will be taken with
him. The supervisor on Friday
visited schools at Sidney, Talbott
and Looney. Miss Esther Kieper
has been retained at Talbott for
next year's work and Mrs. Dorris
Freeman will remain at Looney.
A Lot to TraIo
For a car. Call 1629-W. After
4 p. m. on school days. a4
And repairing. Giese-Powers
Furniture company. s20tf
Doctor Visits Here
Dr. J. C. Smith of Grants Pass
spent Saturday in Salem.
Stop Signs Twisted
"Stop" signs, turned from their
correct angle by playful school
boys, have been interfering with
traffic movements recently. Capi
tol street has been the main field
of activity. Police now are watch
ing to prevent repetition of the
Observe the day by dining at
the Salem Restaurant. Dinner
75c, 12 to 8. a4
George Schulz, the IJarber
It now located with the State
St. Barber shop, No. 1266 State St.
Haney to Speak
Bert E. Haney of Portland, for
mer, member of the United States
shipping board, will be the princi
pal speaker at the luncheon to be
held by Salem Kiwanians Tuesday
noon' at the Marion hotel. Mr.
Haney recently addressed the local
chamber of commerce, telling of
the present condition of the ship
ping board. It is understood that
he will go into the matter in de
Woodry the Auctioneer
Buys used furniture. Phone Sll a4
Hubbard Man Here
J. R. Erb of Hubbard was in
Salem on private business yester
day. Sec the New Homes
And lots for sale on hill east of
McKinley school. Chas. E. Cone.
Employment Report Is Filed
Seventy-nine men received em
ployment during the past week
through the Salem YMCA employ
ment bureau, according to a re
port filed by Sims Phillips, head,
of tho bureau. There were 138
men to seek employment; 101
Jobs were called in, and 91 men
were referred. Sixteen Women ar-
i 9 :i
plied for work through the bureau.
Eight calls for help wererecelred,
ix women were referred and all
six. placed. v :
See Our Cedar Chest AdT .
. On page 6 this Issne. C S. Ham
ilton Furniture Co., 340 Court St.
Car la RecoTcred :
PaulTraglio of 280, South Lib
erty street reported Saturday that
his new Buick coupe had been
stolen from in front of his house.
Later the Bame day the car was
recovered by Officer W. O. Ed
wards and returned to its owner.
Report Car Stolen
The sheriff's office at Corvallis
has phoned local Dolice that a
Studebaker light six touring car,
Oregon license No. 120-012, was
stolen from that city some time
I Have Eighty Acres
Timber cruised at over two mil
lion feet, will exchange for
small home in Salem. Address
Timber, erre Statesman office. a4
Suit Money Wanted
Teresa Tanser, suing her hus
band. John Tanser, for divorce,
has filed a motion in circuit court
asking that Tanzer be compelled
to give her money with which to
continue the suit. She asks $100
as attorney fees for the prosecu
tion of the Buit, $50 for witness
fees and court expenses, and 130
for the support of the children
during the pendency of the action.
Filing Order Is Signed
Herbert Nash, defendant in a
divorce suit started by Irene Nash,
must file a reply to the plaintiff's
amended answer by April 10, ac
cording to an order signed Satur
day by Judge Percy R. Kelly. The
order was asked on motion of the
Hem in way Hosiery
"They wear as well a they
look." Smart Specialty Shop, 4 53
Court St. a4
New Front Going In
Schaefer's drug store is having
a new front installed by the Brey
Divorce Is Sought
Buena V. Evans has filed Buit
for divorce against Arthur E. Ev
ans in circuit court here. The
complaint was entered Saturday
Cruel .and inhuman treatment is
alleged. The couple were married
in Vancouver, -Wash., in April,
Woman Gets Divorce
Jennie Svaleson was granted a
divorce from Samuel Svaleson in
circuit court here Saturday, charg
ing cruel and inhuman treatment.
They were married 1n Minnesota
in April. 1893. The case was
heard by Circuit Judge L. H. Me
Mahan. Legionnaires Go to Portland
Several members of Capitol post
No. 9. American legion, went to
Portland for the vfsit of the na
tional American legion command
er. Commander Vic MacKenzie,
Clifford Brown and Carl Hinges
were among those going down.
Corvallis Man Here
C. Whittaker of Corvallis came
to Salem to business Saturday.
Shops in Salem
Mrs. M. F, Corrlgan of McMlnn
ville was in Salem shopping Sat
urday. Portland "Y" Visited
Early yesterday morning the
YMCA class of Willamette univers
ity led by C. A. Kells, secretary
of the Salem Y," went to Port
land to inspect the YMCA there,
learning in detail of the various
work being done. The class re
turned Saturday night.
Dredging Duo to Begin
Dredging work", to be done by
the United States government
DO YOU PERMIT THE USE OF A SLEDGE HAMMER ON YOUR CAR?
; The-sledge-hammer method has two distinct disadvantages
The? possible injury of the
parts on which it is used
twhen'we find it necessary to .remove a gear,
are a qriving nt we use a special nuLu 1 ii jio
which is scientifically designed for this purpose.
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dredge Monticello, was ;' to have
begun the end of this week in
cutting through a bar in the Wil
lamette river several miles south
of this city. The dredge has been
towed by the Northwestern, river
steamer owned by the Salem Nav
igation company, aided by two
launches, sface the Woodland sank
a short time ago.
Mrs. Crosno Visits
Among Salem visitors yester
day was Mrs. C. E. Crosno of To
ledo. Will Set Signal
The Spokane, Portland & Se
attle Railroad company has noti
fied the public service commission
that an electric signal bell will be
installed at Multnomah station, on
the West Side Pacific highway.
I pending disposition of the appli
cation for an overneaa crossing.
Rate Protest Filed
Prospective patrons of Young
Electric company, which serves a
considerable territory south and
west of Oswego, have filed a pro
test with the public service com
mission against the proposed rates
of the electric corporation.
Justice in Accident-
Justice George H. Burnuett of
the state supreme court reported
to Sheriff Bower Saturday that
his automobile and a car driven1
by Lee McCumber of Salem col
lided near State' and Twelfth
streets Friday night. The Burnett
car was slightly damaged.
J. A. Churchill, state superin
tendent of schools, will submit
his resignation to Governor Pierce
prior to May 1, according to an
nouncement made here Saturday.
Mr. Churchill sometime ago was
elected president of the Ashland
normal- school,, and will asume
his new duties there early in
Friends of Governor Pierce in
dicated that-Fred A. Tpoze would
be appointed to Bucceed Mr.
Gravel Bids Asked
Bids on hauling about 21,00
yards of gravel are asked by the
county court, bids to be opened
at 1 o'clock. April 15. Roadmas
ter Culver is quoted as saying
this is the smallest amount for-
seen, stating that probably tw
that amount will be needed. Bids
4 call for hauling 10,000 from the
Silverton plant; 5.000 from the
Turner plant; 4,000 from the
Stayton plant and 1,500 from
Auto Department May Expand
Negotiations are under way be
tween Sam Kozer, secretary of
state; and the Salem school board
with aAylew to renting the Wash
ington school building for use of
the automobile department, it is
said. Mr. Kozer has inspected
the building and has asked for
floor plans which will be sub
Mrs. Xorris Dies
Word has Just reached Salem
of the death, in Venice, California,
of Mrs. -W. H. Norris, far many
years a resident of this city. It
will be remembered that Mr. and
Mrs. Norris resided in Salem for
a number of years, during which
time Mr. Norris was receiver of
the Hubbard building, and had
charge thereof for several years.
Mrs. Norris died on the 26th day
of March, in the California city,
and had been in ill health for a
considerable period of time prior
to her death.
From City By the Sea
Hon. James W. Mott. who was
raised in Salem, now a prominent
Astoria lawyer, is visiting rela
tives and attending to business
here for a few days.
Observe the day by dining at
the Salem Restaurant. Dinner
75c. 12 t6 8. a4
Oar Modern Equipment is One Reason Why So Many
Ford Owners Prefer to Have Us Do The
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SOUTH COMMERCIAL .STREET
Influence of Spring Seen as
List m Employees is. .
SILVERTON, April 1. The im
provement of conditions in : the
lumber business is already being
felt here. The Silver Falls Tim
ber company now has about 300
men employed in its' logging op
erations, and in the course of two
weeks it is 'expected that another,
camp will be put into operation.
This will call for the employment
of an addiyQnal crew, of 75 men
i Up to this time the orders for
Plumber have not warranted the
running of a fail night shift at
the local mill, but ' commencing
Monday night it is planned to run
a; small crew on two machines In
the plainer sheds.
Grants Pass. First National
bank, will : build ' addition, to
double its present quarters.
j At: a local hospital E. P. Mo
Lees, age 56 years, the remains
were forwarded by the Terwlllig-
er Home to : Portland for services
in interment in Rose (pity ceme
At a local hospital, John Wal
ter Neckum. age 57 years, the re
mains were forwarded to Portland
for services with interment in
R.iverview cemetery. Terwilliger
funeral home in charge.
j , Hepner
I Henry Hepner died at his resi
dence in McMinnville, Ore., April
3 at the age of S3 years. Funeral
services will be held Monday April
5! at 11 a. m. at Ladds chapel, Mc
Minnville, Ore. Interment in Mt.
Crest Abbey Mausoleum at Salem
at 2:30 p. m.
the residence in Dallas, April
James S. Shanks. Father of
Berga, Carlton and Eugenia
Shanks, all of Dallas. Funeral
services will he held at Turner in
the . M. E. church on Monday at
lb 3 0 o'clock. Interment will bo
la the Hunsaker cemetery.
! At a local hospital April 1st,
1926, Edmund Zimmerman, age
60 years. The remains accom-
Treated by Osteopathy and the
latest Electrical Therapy In
cluding Dr. Abram's Electronic
j No Charge for ,
DR. B. H. WHITE
Physician and Surgeon
506 U. S. Bank Building
STOP THAT COUGH
Schaefer's Herbal -Cough
On Sale Only At
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The Yellow Front
135 North Commercial St.
The Penslar Store '
you more because
it takes longer
bushing or other parts which
and a FORCING PRESS
panied by his Wife and "tvtcy &a"n3.
.were. forwarded .to Portland, Sat
urday morning, where services
-ware i- held Vt "";J:?0 pm. - with
committal in Greenwood cemetery.
Arrangements In care Terwilliger
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