The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, May 08, 1926, Page 5, Image 5

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Extra Good Quality
Special G)o5)C
Two for $1.65
' : - FAIR, ..
- Clearing: fresh sothwest becom
ing northeast winds. Maximum
yesterday, 60; minimum, 44; river
2.3, rising; rainfall, .14; atmos
phere, cloudy; wind, southeast. :
Local Architects Draw Plans'
Freeman & Struble, local archi
tects, are drawing up plans for
an English type residence, being
built by William Nicol of Corval
lis.., It Is estimated that the home
will cost $8,000.' . :.
:Ced Furniture Rale ' '
' Now on at Stiff's used furniture
" store, opposite the . court house.
Would tTse Water
; E. A. Jones of Sale'm has filed
An application covering appropria
tion of water from Rickreall or
'W 1- M M M
tvreoie crees ior irrigation oi
VUing greens for Oak Knoll Golf
Wurse In Palk county, at an esti
mated cost of $1,500.
See trick Bron.
For first class auto painting.
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Make the old car look like new,
or perhaps Just a revarnish to
protect the balnt on your nearly
new car. --..' ' , ms
win visit East v
i Mrs. DiUard A. . Elklns of this
city will leave' In about two. weeks
for the east where she will visit
friends and relatives in Pennsyl
vania. She will make the trip en
.the Shrine special, leaving from
. Two Licenses Issued
V ; Two marriage licenses were
' Issued Friday in the county clerk's
office here. They were taken out
t hy Edward Lw.fiolf, lumberman of
; Milwaukle, and Theresa Krusicka,
I Aurora, and by Albert C, Patton,
(carpenter, and Mrs; "Anna Rogers,
th of Portland.
liberty' Streets
Salem's Lenfflbtg
Pays Cash For FtermlUf
Beaidenes) and Store
110 North BssuMS
TstabUshed Bine 191 r
x 1
VvV-. CS State and
LADD &BUSH,Banker5 .
FstabTlshed 18CS t
Gcnsr&l Banlnng Uuzhntd
Office noon troaa 10 a. isk to U p. as, " 4 '
. s
469 State Street
Vist Salem- s '.
Mrs.' Mary Adams was a business
visitor in this city Friday. . She
is a" resident of Falls Gity, -
-'" f,. --
Mr. I. 'L. Patterson fc:r
Candidate for governor,; will re
ceive his friends front 9 to 12
o'clock Saturday morning at his
headquarters on State St Every
body invited to come In. mt
You Slay Have a Recipe Book
Absolutely free by attending the
Monarch electric range demonstra
tion. C. S. Hamilton Furniture
Co. I ,m8
License Suspended v'
Paul Plessinger of route 4, Sa
lem, who was arrested Friday by
Officer Edwards on a charge of
speeding, received as sentence
from Judge Poulsen the suspen
sion of his drivers' license for 10
days. ;--V
Theft of "Swipe" Charged
-' Jim's. Carson and Eddie Clark,
both of Seattle, were- arrested
Thursday by-Officer Olson and are
being held in the city jail in con
nection with the alleged selling of
a windshield swipe.
Prize.. Candy . ,.
Package free with every child's
ticket, today's matinee. Bligh
theater. " m9
Forfeits Bail
E. C. Kimball has forfeited the
$10 bail he had posted by failing
to appear before Judge Poulsei
Friday for his hearing. He .aa
charged with speeding.
Hotel Marlon .
Dollar dinner, served 5:45 to 8
every evening. J2tf
For Tonr Vacation Trip
"The Write Package" contains
12 large sheets of paper, 10 large
fancy lined envelopes, a neat
package. Special 39c. Commer
cial Book Store, 163 N. Commer
cial. m8
Salvation Army Service
A very special evangelistic" ser
vice will be conducted . at the Sal'
vation Army hall Saturday night
at 8 o'clock by Adjutant and Mrs.
Kooney from Portland. - Adjutant
Ilooney is the divisional "command
er for the state of Oregon.
See Our Used Furniture Ad
Today. H. I. Stiff Furniture Co.
Major Schoof to Talk
Major Qt H. Schoof , of the Can
adian Mounted . Police, will give
an address on "The Prohibition
Question in Canada" at the Leslie
No Commission "
14T N. ComT.' Tel. 577
Underwood Typvvritcr Co
- Direct Factory Branch
mi Cowrt Street Phone MS
Typewriters Rented, gold,
Repaired - J
Speelal rental rates to ktndenta
Wood Wood
167 D Street Telephone 81S
& C o .
Methodist Episcopal church. South
Commercial and Myers street
next Sunday evening,, atr 7:30
o'clock. Major School is ai world
traveler and lecturer. -e is a per
sonal friend of , President. Hick
man of Kimball school of Theol
ogy, and comes highly recommend
ed as a lecturer and, speaker. J
splendid musical program will al
so be put on in charge of Miss
Gladys Mclntyre, director of music
of the Leslie church. A cordial
invitation to everybody.
Hear Chambec's Latest Record
"Only a Rose." from "The Vaga
bond King." Brunswick record, at
Stiff's. m8
Our Children's Hats-
Are still on sale Saturday at
half price. We have a large as
sortment to select from. We have
Just received a new shipment of
ladies' hats at greatly reduced
prices. Mrs. H. P. Stith, 332 State
Ensign Pitt Writes
Ensign Allen Pitt, chief of Sal
vation Army work in Salem, writes
from his ship now nearlhg Eng
land that the journey has prog
ressed well. Mr. Pitt ia to attend
a summer course, ior tawauon
Army' workers. He will be one
of the first Americans to land dur
ing the strike:. ' : V -
Furniture Upholstery ;
And repairing. Giese-Powers
Pnrnlture company. s20tf
Shipley's Have Jast Unpacked
A shipment of hew spring suits
to sell at $14.50. m8
TMt Meeting Held . . '
The public speaking class of the
Salem YMCA held its last meet
ing Friday evening in the direc
tors room of the United States
National bank. It is understood
that no further class will be or
gttnixed until next fall.
8n:iAl for Saturday-
Fancy Valpak bacon 30c lb.
Choice picnics 25c lb. Cross Mar
ket Phone 1880 Free delivery,
. vm8
Suits Cfeaned and i-ressed2
, $1.25. . Cash, and qarry Clean;
srs: vDown u W recelf inaToff icei
SKS Chameketa Stl f21tf
Couple, Is Married-rr- , , v , h ;
Albert G. Ratton, 'a carpenter,
and Mrs. "Anna Rogers? befit of
Portland, were married here Fri
day by J. T. Hunt, Marion county
judge. ' 1 i
Eat at the -
Lunch Box, 181 S. Liberty.
Asks Water Rights
G. A Miller, of Salem, has filed
annlfcation for water from the
drainage ditch for . Irrigation
10 acres in Marion county, at an
estimated cost of $50.
Acme Ice Cream Free:
98c each, Saturday only, at
S. Hamilton Furniture Co. m8
Experintent Successful
The exoeriment ' to i determine
whether or not tulips would hold
by 'being put In cold storage has
proven a success, according to W,
Treated by Osteopathy and the
latest ' Electrical Therapy ; in
cluding Dr. Abram's Electronic
System. . ,
No ''Charge for
- i r Consultation
Physician and Surgeon : -;
,504 U. S. Bank Building- v
Salem; Oregon
The Battery Han
. ' BjtttmttSe Work,
Vet Omm 'Work. , - ,
21 Cowrt e. . rtcne 1S3
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Wo have a dandy 1025 Ford
goupet with 85 per. rent rub
ber, spot light, mot ometer,
swipe, new paint end m car
that will give real service
Come and see It .
Franklin, Jirno made the ex
periment . with . tnlips from his
farm. The tulips "were put in cold
storage about four weeks ago. It
is thoughf they will be in excel
lent shape for Mothers day.
Attend the Cooking School
At 2:30 p. m; Saturday.
C. S.
Hamilton Furniture Co.
Business Location
Suitable wholesale and retail
at one place. Excellent for cream
ery, fruit, produce or automobile
dealers. Includes two lots suxioo
and 25x115. Price, $lz,oou.
Becke & Hendricks, 189 N. High
street. m7tf
For Sale
Pedigreed Police Dogs, extra
quality. Reasonable price. Flake't
Petland. 273 State or Pacific hlgh-
I. L. Patterson .
Will be at the Patterson for
Oovernor Club Headauarters, 38 w
State street, this morning from 9
till 12 o'clock. You are invited
to come in. 1 8
Pontiac t-v .
The chief of the sixes. The
many new owners are enthusiastic
boosters. Notleer now Bmooth they
glide along. Vick Bros., High and
Trade . streets. m 9
Asks Wateir Rights
A. N. and, Sally Bush of Salem
have filed an application for ap
propriation of water from Labish
Drainage ditch and two springs
for Irrigation of 169.77 acres In
Marion county at - an estimated
cost of $2,500.
Doe Harness " '
All sizes. F. E. Shafer, harness
BUDDlies. 170 S. Commercial. m8
Rent This New Home-
Furnace, fireplace, hardwood.
garage, etc. just compieiea
. a n
North. Will lease to responsible
people, $40 month; 5 rooms and
sleeping porch. Becke & Hen
dricks. 189 N. HighJBtreet. m7tf
Flowers for Porch Boxes r- I ' '
And bedding out; large aisdrt
ment best quality. We deliypi
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Flake's Peltand, 273 State. m2tf
When Yon Travel
Use "The Write Package," con
12 large sheets, o paper, 10 large
fancy" linen envelopes. Special
39c. . The Commercial Book Store
163 N. Commercial. m8
Boxing, Armory ; it
Phil Bayes, Salem; vs. Jimmy
Anderson, 1 Astoria, 10 3-minute
rounds. Wednesday, May 12.
Snappy Preliminaries. 24 rounds
of boxing. ml2
Officers to Bleet
About 35 reserve officers from
Salem and' surrounding communi
ties will go to Albany by aujto to
attend the reserve officers' meet
ing to be held-in that city.. The
local group will leave from the
Marion hotel 'this afternoon- at
5:15 o'clock: The present defense
situation will be - discussed.
The Spa
Fills all
Mother's Day boxes
with their
own fresh candies.
Position Wanted .
In Salem, by man graduating
from college this spring. Box 429
care Statesman. m$
Having all the "Ear Marks"
Of suits that formerly sold at
twice the price, Shipley's have to
day received a shipment of new
spring weaves to sell' at $14.50
Fred T. Zimmerli
An expert ladies' hair cutter,
has taken ; a position with the
Model Beauty Parlors. m9
Would Appropriate Water
; Theodore Lengele of Route .2
Salem has filed an application
covering the appropriation of wat
er from unnamed " springs tribu
tary to Rckreall creek, for domes
tic supply! and irrigation of 30
acres in Polk county. Estimated
cost Is $5,000. ; v t
tnlrmonnt Hill Lot r:
Buy how for 10 per cent down;
balance over. SO months. Prices
$950 on up. All sizes and facings.
Becke & Hendricks. 189 N. High
street. . ' . ,;m7t
Card of Thanks ,t!
: " We wish to extend our heart
felt thanks .to our friends and
neighbors tor their kindness and
sympathy on the death of our son.
Carl alsd the beautiful "floral
offerings. ! flh J and Mrt Karl
Poppe and family. Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Murphy. ' m
Committee ADOointed
Mayor Glesy appointed the rol
lowing aldermen Friday to ? serv
ion a special committee to iuvtsti-
gate.the matter f bunding a dlk
in the southeast part of-the, city
ueorge wenaerotn, watson Town-
send, and B. B. Herrick. J G.
Merchon and several others re
cently; petitioned , the council to
build such a dike to check the flow
of water over that portion, of the
city during the flood periods. The
petition contends that such a dike
would hold the water from spread?
log v until' the natural ' channels
through the city could take care
of it. !
Hear New' Brunswick Records
Every week at Stiff's Furn. Co.
Graduates Appreciate ;
Gifts that last. See the
cases, hand bags, purses, billfolds.
pocketbooks, key containers, at F.
Shafer s. Nothing takes, the
place of leather. 170 S. Com
mercial St. m8
We Are Now Registering-
Women to Work at the Starr
Fruit Products Co.. Church and
Mill Sts. Phone 439. m2tf
Anglers Are Fined'
Frank Shirer and Fred Hoch-
baum, both of Newberg, Yamhill
county, were fined $25 each in
the justice court here Saturday
following their arrest for fishing
without a license. The men were
arrested by Henry Stevenson, dep
uty game warden, when they were
fishing in Skookum lake in the
north end of the eounty. Shirer's
tackle, was confiscated by the fish
Prize Candy
Package free with every child's
ticket, today's matinee. Bligh
theater. .' m9
Try the Lunch Box
181 S. Liberty.
The Spa , "
Offers for sale light fixtures in
old annex as soon as new annex is
completed. About May 15. m4tf
Defrauding Charged
Clare Young will be arraigned
in the justice court this morning
on a charge of defrauding an inn
keeper. He was returned from
Bandon, Coos county by Walter
De Long, Salem constable. Young
is said to have left Salem some
time ago, owing Mrs. W. B.
Chance, of this city, $47.50 for
After I Say I'm Sorry".
Popular foxtrot, by Abe Ly
man's orchestra on Brunswick rec
ord. Hear it at Stiff's. m8
Down Town Apartments
For rent, 241 North High St.
Arthur H. Moore, the bicycle man.
Cities Want Water
The city of Warrenton Friday
filed with the state engineer here
application for the appropriation
of water from the Lewis and
Clark river for domestic and
municipal purposes. The cost of
the proposed development was
estimated at $500,000. The city
of Monroe would appropriate wat
er from Hewitt Creek for a munic
ipal supply. The cost was esti
mated at $5000.
Sunday Is Mother's Day-
Give her "The Write Package";
12 large sheets of paper, 10 large
fancy -linen envelopes to match.
Put up in a neat package, special
at 39c. Commercial Book Store,
163 N. Commercial. m8
All at One Price
Shipley's new spring suits in
gray and light tans. Herringbone,
block and sack weaves excellently
tailored, $14.50 only one rack.
We Are Now Registering t.
Women to Work at the Starr
Fruit Products - Co.. Church : and
Mill Sts. Phone 439. m2tf
Requisition Is Asked -
Governor Pierce Friday issued
requisition papers on the gover
nor of California for the return to
Oregon of W. N.Freauff, who Is
under arrest In 'that, state. Freauf f
is wanted in Multnomah county
on a charge of violating the pro
hibition laws. The governor also
has requested the return to Ore
gon of Edward Bramef who is un
der arrest in Illinois. He Is want
ed in Union county on a burglary
charge. . , ; .
Hamilton's Have Expert
' Furniture repair men in all de
partments. Phone 29. m8
Data Cleaned ana Blocked
f 75a, Cash and Carry Cleaners,
452 Chetneketa St.1 -1 . ; Mltf
Ruling Given Out-r- V I
viA person? eligible: for examina
tion by 'the Cosmetic' Therapy reg
istration board must hare served
at least six months as an appren
tice, according to a legal opinion
prepared here Friday by the at
torney generaL' i . !
Special, for Saturday
Fancy Valpak bacon 30c lb.
Choice picnics 25c lb. Cross Mar
ket Phone 1880 Free delivery.
Fur Trimmings -i
Horgan Furriers.
Andy Willis Appointed .
'. Andy Willis - of North Power
Friday was appginted water mas
ter of water district No. 3. includ
ing' Union", county and the North
Powder! rirer country. 1; Under an
order issued by the state engineer
recently :?!. 00 'acres of land
formerly Included la: the Baker
Student Fellowship Held to
Outcome of Coast to Coast
Those decrying the emphasis
placed upon sports in high schools
and colleges, of the country, had
an agreeablvsurprise in the In
terest shown in the coast to coast
debate which took place here Fri
day. In the opinion of high school
officials no event in years has so
taken the interests of pupils as the
contest here, and ' no event has
been marked by more enthusiasm.
"The actual sportsmanship of
the people we have come in con
tact with out here in the west is
the same fine spirit we find at
home," said Coach Barry to the
Salem Lions at luncheon Friday.
"Our 'school has. been very en
thusiastic in the past year in its
amieuc program. we naa a
championship team in football and
In basketball. . Our coach is the
highest paid high school football
coach in the east.
"I believe that this debate will
have a genuine constructive result
in increasing the interest in de
bate work. Dignity of student
speakers will be increased. This
contest will stimulate fellowship
between students of both states. A
debate, between no other two
states-would, be more productive
of good feeling and good fellow
ship." M i ; .,
. -A delegation consisting of R; H
Reeves, Dr. J. G. Gill and Rev
Vaslterrille- were present at the
luncheon and invited Salem Lions
and friends, to the Lebanon Straw-
Derry -air on May 14 and 15. Mr
neeves siaies mat mere were
more than 1,000 acres of straw-
county water district has been
transferred to the North Powder
Gpeclal for lO Days
Loots on Myrtle Avenue $400
to $650. Also 2 new houses, $50
first payment. Balance monthly.
Lone Star Realty Co.-Phone 520
Cooked Food Sal
Ladies First Christian church.
Saturday, May 8, S. P. Ticket Of
fice. m8
Saturday Is the Last Day
Of the Monarch electric range
demonstration at C. S. Hamilton
Furniture Co. m8
Train Hits
An Oregon Electric train struck
a car driven by Paul Haywafd of
Portland at the Commercial street
crossing : Frida afternoon. The
car. was considerably damaged al
though Hayward escaped Vithout
injury. Hayward claims he was
going slowly, heard the electric
bell warning and saw the train,
but because of the wet pavement,
sk4dded onto the track.
Mrs. Hodgins Dies
Mrs. Eva Hodgins. 2S5 North
Commercial street, died early Fri
day morning. She had been taken
to a hospital -after having been
(-found unconscious at her home.
Auto Painting
See Vick Bros, for first class
auto painting at right prices. Vick
Bros., High and Trade Sts. m9
Columbia Portables
Shipment just arrived. These
portables are considered by music
lovers the classiest and most high
toned portables made. Geo. C.
Will, 432 State St. m8
Furniture Upholstery .
And , repairing. . Giese-Powers
Furniture company. s29tf
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Farmers!- Stop In
And see us about your harness
needs this rainy -weather. Nothing
takes the place of leather. F. E.
Shafer,: 170 S. Commercial. m8
Today at 2:30 p.
Is the last opportunity of attend
ing the cooking demonstration at
C. S. Hamilton Furn. Co. nS
Master Hand Dipped
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In light and dark, soft
centers, also nut cen
ters. r
36c a lb.
- 2 lbs. for 70c
We reserve the right
' to, limit quantities
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The Yellow Front Phone 197,
1S5 North Conunercial Street
. ' The Penslar Stcre '
berries in this district and would
be at their pest' during the fair.
The Schubert Octette furnished
music: f---'r-t. 't;
Dfl. J. 0. SPiEIH
Noted Educator to Deliver
Final Message to .Uniyer-.
sity Grads
gene. (Special.) Dr.'J. Duncan
Spaeth, noted educator, profes
sor of English at Princeton; uni
versity, will deliver; the com
mencement address at the Univer
sity of Oregon June 14, It was
announced! today.'
Dr. Spaeth is well known on the
coast, having taught at the Unl
versity of Oregon summer sessions
for five years. - He is much in love
with the western country, and
this year will teach at Reed col
lege. I
Since 1911, Dr. Spaeth has
been professor of English at
Pririceton. 1 He was graduated
from the University of Pennsyl
vania in 1888 and took his doctor
ate at Liepzlg four years later.
He is a member of Phi Beta Kap
pa and a number of societies for
the recognition and promotion of
classical learning. In 1912-13 Dr,
Spaeth studied in France and in
Italyi I
During j the war Dr. Spaeth
wrote a camp reader for Ameri
can 'soldiers which -went into 15
editions, j He was also YMCA
camp educational director at Camp
Wheeler and Camp Jackson- In
1918. ""He was active In organi
zing work iof instructing the Illit
erates in army camps. '
He has j written a number of
books and; pamphlets on scholarly
subjects, j
Dr. Spaeth is a big man, of
broad shoulders. breadth oi
city, May, 6, John W.
resident of Salem for
In this
Manley, a
30 years-, father of Mrs. Delia Pot
ter of Salem, Mrs. L. D. Spencer
of Oakland, Cal., Mrs. J. D. perry
of Hejnlt,) Cal., and Mrs. Maud
Vinofent of; Taft, Or; also survived
by one brother, Charles Manley of
Caseville, IMo., and sister,- Mrs.
Irene Robbing of Seattle. An
nouncement of funeral later from
the RIgdou mortuary. - ;
j Hodgins ' - '
i In this jcity early , May 7, Mrs.
E valine. Hodgins, age. 55. years,
wife of Oscar Hodgins. Mrs.
Hodgins has been a resident of Sa
lem for 36 years. Funeral ser
vices Saturday, May 8, at 1:30 p.
m. from the Rigdpn mortuary. In
terment City View cemetery.
j Argetsingar
At Aberdeen, Wash., Mrsi Ethel
Argetsingar, age 30 years; mother
of Earl, Elma, Ivan and Eola Ar
getsingar;! daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. M.i Oliver of Aberdeen, and
sister of jWalter Oliver . of Aber
deen. Funeral services will be
held Saturday, May 8, at 3 o'clock
from the iRiedon mortnarv. In
terment iiTIOOF cemetery.
, j " Parker
At a local hospital. May 6, Chas.
W. Parke, age 53 years. The re
mains, accompanied by his broth
er, were ;f orwarded by . the Ter-
wllliger funeral home to Yoncalla,
Oregon," fbr funeral services this
We ought to assemble .and
lament at the house where one
has been born, having regard
to "the varied woes of human
life; - but when .one has by
death finished his weary labors,
him should all his friends fol
low to the! grave . with honor
and rejoicing. Cicero.
W. T. Rigdon & Son
Plione 727 : .
Darby s Drag Store
Fresh crushed
j". Sundaes
.V Malted MillT
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- Try Our Service
Forget Mothe rf
.Sunday, May 9
Sepd Her. a Box of
! Candy
thought and ample vocal, powers
Ilia vigorous personality rand abil-
ity In public speaking made him.
one et the outstanding features
of j the' summer -" sessions. He
keeps fit by coaching the Prince
ton!' rowing crew - In the -hours
when he is not writing, reading
or lecturing.
Powder River fitting Name;
it Will Respond to Match
ARVADA. Wyo. Powder
River Is a fitting name tor the
stream which paSses through the
noortheastern section of Wyoming
t burns.
Burning water" exists in sev
eral places on the river where na
tural gas is found bubbling ud
through water. Some bubbles will
Ignite when a match is a.pplleJ.
During the winter -peculiar for
mations are .caused by the gas
seepages. When the river is froz
en j over, gas accumulates under
the ice and as pressure gathers.
It forces thin sprays Tf water
through, the weaker spots in tha
Ice and these sprays freeze in cur
ioua pillars. . .
.The gas does not make the"
water unpalatable for drinking. In
Arvada there is a drinking foun
tain, the water of which can be
set on fire at any time.
:v..1lIddle--State'.;Bank.-r8old . to
owners of' Umpqua- bank, at "Rose
burg. . . i
CHOICE c Traub Genuine u
Orange Elossom engage
ment and wedding rings is a
tribute to the judgment and .
good taste of the wearer.
SaarsXat Juei, vrar
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Use the
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read in the
I morning
Reach the women
1 ; through the "
Oregon Statesman
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m oaiem as well as
elsewhere use the
morning paper for
their - buying guide
rr.. i ton tuC r
the people wit h
money to : spend
read the Statesman
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