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FlttDAY MOtlNlKCf. AUGUST" 13, i 192(5
. Five months ago we introduced Silque, the new
absorbent; preparation into Salem and the ready
sale which we have enjoyed to the ladies 5f the
' city, has been astonishing. We again direct the
attention of the ladies to this new compound, so
-rich in olive oil, yet not greasy or sticky, rich in
astringent and antiserrtic nrnirtips. with a rare
nere is Star touring, 1025.
model, wKhj the mlUion dol
. lar, motor, spot, stop nd
cowl lights, automatic swipe
' and everything.. . .This car '
runs and looks like new. ;.
. PRICED! AT. $300.00
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X Ml II iai WMMMbtf BVW W i . 1 .1 ------ t
mm ma u im - . v r j i .,. , ,..
a lapi : &
. , .: . ' Jasmin odor. . ......
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The most satisfactory of all skin lotions and excellent A t
for chapped, rough skin
.-A -lot of men say it is the best after-shaving lotion they have used
Like so many of the other good things you buy it in Salem at
CAW-TAi 0&UG STORG
Orttr. . tha Best
sQGcyrs fi,XHe OCJL OSfiG Go
Fate; Lut low clouds or fog
along the coast. Not &&& Change,
in ttmperature; gentle Variable
winds, JThursday 'Maximum, .74 ; J
minirhum,65; river, 3.4, station
ary; Rainfall, none; -atmosphere,
j clear; -wlndi-aouthwest
Rev. Thomas Visits ;
Rev; Ralph I. Thomas, pastor of
the Methodist churchy Iff; Pa teros.
Washes visiting friends 'and rel
atives In - Salem, accompanied by
his wife and two childrenv'HeJs
an atamans nl Willamette iinlver
sity and a' former student at -Kimball
College orTheology. " . y '
Excellent-Vainra in DaTenporta r
Duriag ;bH4August furniture
sale. .Hamilton',; ' al$
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FrHtjkcU jT VisitsA--
x-'"45ffl' -Kelly, iperinlendent; of
"chooia;atMJoardman,vwas in Sa
lent yWtetday.: He I is a graduate
of OAC;?' V.-
And apartment for-, rent. 1 6 8 S.
I.lbertir St.1 -See'Oeo. C,:.WilI, the
music niar.. . . 1 al3
Ieave for School f , -
Ivan White, Albert 11odftcsf
Harrey-Brock, and Joe Crauthers.
Salem delegates ;to . the VMCA
Bummer ichool at jSeabevk; Wash.,
left earlt yesterday roorulaB.
Car Hit Cycle -
H. A. Rex reported at the local
police station that, hla car. colided
yesterday .Vjjth,. a boy on a bicycle.
The- hoy J 'suffered ' acratches and
bruises,' according to the report;' .
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Goes to Poriland-- ' r. -.-.' - ; .
.Dr. Walter -H. Thrown, director
of the Marion. county child health
Clet Your Blonarch -t-r ,
EleehJc ranges at Hamilton's.
On Busloc-Trip , -Miss
1i : Thomsan oTUhe
Marion ; if 6 a .. ty child health: dem
terday -oia aTShsiness' trip.
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Takes -.VacjUlon. .t -Is
Miss Marlowe MUterv.hea sten
ographer" at . the Marlon county
child health demonstration -as
gone- to San Francisco for a two
weeks Tacation. f " -
Wonhl Force Payment
, T. .
The Merchants Credit burean.
Inc., has. filed suit, agalast E. M.
KighUipger , of Salem, to collect
S236 and interest at"V"per cent
from Feb. 19 22, and. costs of
the stilt. The 'sum 1s alleged due
"Dr. B, - R'W'allace '. for an opera
tion performed" on Mr.. KighUing-
Underwood Typewriter COi
Direct Victory . Branca -:
619 Court St. , Phone CS3
Typewriters Rented, Cc!J ,
, . Repaired, ; ; 0. :
Special rental rates to etndsnts
187 D Ctrees Telepbeme JC313
-LADD &-BUSH Bi5
ct 'a daughter on-the above date.
A writ of attachment on Kight
linger's property has also been
Augast Sale Furniture'
Now in progress at Hamilton's.
Appraisal Date Set , V, ,
' Time for appraisal pf the' estate
of -.Mary. D. Jory, deceased, has
been set for Sept. 6, by order of
Judge L. H. McMahan,' "acting
county Judge. -
' Anarriage license was lssaed
iesterday to Ellen Margretta Marr
557' Lee street, and John Holmes
Wheeler, 1143 .Court street, an
engineer. : A license was also
issued to Lowell M. Lambert, Sil
ver ton, and Wilhelmina Bruck of
Salem. : :
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Furniture , Upholstery
And repairing. Geise
Furniture . Company.
Asks Field Facts
A. questiotfifaire about data on
the Salem flying, -field has been
received by the chamber of com
merce. It was sent by1 H.'A.
Moore, first lieutenant of. the air
sbrps, stationed at San Francisco.
Builds New Lines
The PEP company Is building
new lines along ttie Skyline Orch
ards road and for two miles along
he Pacific highway near the Lib-,
erty road junction.
For Sale, Pcdlgrecil Boston Pups !
; Extra choice.; Petland, 273 State'
Serves Out Time
-. Herman Wheeler, an . Indian
from Grande : Ronde, was assessed
a' $25 fine by Brazier Small, jus
tice of the peace, -yesterday, on
a charge of driving- a car with
switched license plates. He failed
to pay the .fine, so , was sent to the
county Jail 'to serve it .out. ..-
Pears at Holders, , COc, per bu
i 6 miles f south on Liberty road.
Funeral In Astoria k
. Funeral services of Christian
A. Paetowtwho died here Wednes
day, win be held at 'Astoria where
he body -has been. -forwarded by
the f Webb " funeral parlors. Mr.
Paetow is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Minnie Paetow."
Hotel Marfon ;
. - Dollar dinner, served 5:45
every- veaias.:, h:--??
River aft LowvMarlft-p -z --
The Willamette river is" at the
lowest stage ' for the. season that
It has been for many years. It -is
now , 2.4 feet below 'normal. ' an
stationary; It did not Teach, so
low a level last year until October,
and did not go below 2.5 less than
normal all year. s 1 J " "
.'; DISEASES' '
Treated by Osteopathy and Che
latest Electrical. Therapy., ln--clnding
Dr. Abrain's Electronic
System. : -
; No Charge for , v"
Physician and Surseon
600 U. S. BAnk Building
- ' ? Salem, Oregoa - v s.
j.0 a. cu t n p.
Harry SaraKe Visits
Harry Savage, for a long time a
resident of Salem.' is now visiting
f ormer Irinds,. here. His wife,
tormeVy'Mlss!ftaa ita Chirissinger
of Slejmi; is With him. Mr., Sav
age inow an'instrnctor In. Yank
ton, Nf'B.'iie iras debase coach
at the Salem High school -for eev
era! years. , jf- :, . .'?
Women and" Girls Wanted
To cut string beans. Come pre
pared to work in morning. Ore
gon Packing company, 14th street
Return From Trip
Mr. and Mrs, 'George Allen have
returned' fro ma week's vacation
in eastern Oregon. Theyjmotored
over the McKenzie Pass to Bend,
and went from there to East lake
for a fishing trip. They returned
by way of Portland, making the
trip over the Mt. Hood loop road.
Arrested for No Light
-, Allen Jones was arrested by the
local police yesterday for riding
a bicycle without lights and on a
Hop .Pickers Wanted .
Durbln & Cornoyer. See ads. a31
Held for Parklni&
L. Anderson of Eugene was 'ar
rested late Wednesday night fer
parking In a restricted district.
O.f P.- Hoagland, also of Eugene,
was arrested on a similar charge.
Lines Are Extended
The PEP company-is adding to
Its lines from the Salem 'Heights
district to Liberty and from the
Keizier school -west. R. D. Gib
son's prune drier will be served
by the first and George Thomp
son will use - the second for two
motors In his prune dryer. ,
A .Limited Amount
Of the West Coast Pulp & Paper
Company 8 per cent ; preferred,
and some common stock may now
be had. , If interested, see H. S.
Gile,-W T.rJenks or Wm. H. Tria
dle, Salem. This plant 'will have
the" meat' for the money infixed
investment and will begin oper
ating with one machine and will
extend its plant and eapaeity as
conditions warrant. al3
Plan Albany Meet- ; j
Ensign and Mrs. Pitt and local
forces of the Salvation Army will
journey to Albany tonight, where
they will conduct a special service
Under : auspices of the Albany
Army corps. i -; : -
Visits Dr. BlcCorniick
Shelsea J. Rock wood of Ro
wall;; Idaho, Is visiting Dr. J. D.
McCormlck for several days.-: .
Special 0 Room Home . .
: Close to schools, j Cut to $4500
and $1200 will handle. Becke ic
Hendricks, 189 N. High SL r altf
Goeff to California J
Miss. Anne Simpson, director of
health, education - at the' Marlon'
county child healCft aemonslration,
has -gone to j California for avva
cation 1" -ri : . T, ...
tars Damaged ; , , -.
v Bent-fenders .and-. a bent body
were the damage resulting when
cars driven by Edna B. Town send
and K. V. Barrett, both of Salem,
collided- at Court . , and. . ' Cottage
streets yesterday according to re
ports turned In : at police head
quarters. . No details of the accl
dentVere iven. - v
GHOICE of Traub Genuine V
Orange B!oom engage
meet arVeddinf rings ;
.1 tribute to jhe judsmnt aoa "
f "sood taste tof the wearet. ... 'i'.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Caufmann
and family vis
ted Salem Wednes-
O. S. Olson of Woodhurn visited
The next Clierrian drill will be
Friday evening at 7:15.
Mrs. . Roy Darst spent
Salem. They are
residents of E
Mr. and Mrs
R. W. Hinkley of
Roseburg visitjed Salem Thursday.
W.'A. Pettlgrew of Ashland was
in Salem Thursday.
Muriel Wilson of Independence
visited Salem jTbursday;
J. G. Halfpian of Sublimity
spent Thursdajy ir Salem. ,
Mr. and Mr. Guy Endes of The
Dalles were in Salem Wednesday.
Mr. and Mr4 Ira Wade and fam
ily of Toledo visited Salem Wed
nesday. Mr and Jtfr4-.R. M. Duncan: and
.-wn. lcaiDn visitea saiem weanes-
day-1' They ar4 residents of Burns;
O'Donnell "of Portland Is in
Salem today, n
William Cairanagh of Portland
spent Thursday night in Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Winslow of
Bend are Salem visitors this
J. A. Reutef of The Dalles was
in Salem Thursday.
Mr. and Ms. C. J. Calkins, of
Hood River spent Thursday night
in Salem. '
Tom Booth I of Portland - visited
John Bell jof Portland spent
Thursday night in Salem.
John Cersap was in Salem. yes
terday. He is; a resident, of Port
Charles Graves' of Gates spent
Thursday night in .Salem"-..
A. Xi. Graylof EuaeneIs a Sa
lem visitor this morning.
Mrr and Mfs F. B. Gr en fell of
Baker were jn -Salem Thursday
Nellie Fishier of Harrisbvjrg is
Salem visitbr today.
A car, driven by John Wagner
was in an aacident at jiooo ana
Cottage streets yesterday; acc.ord
ing to a report made at police
headquarters. . No details were
Visits Here '
W. Soles of Portland was a Sa
lem visitor Thursday. -'
neld for Spefd
C. Rosenberry was arrested by
local police last night on a charge
purchased eight Underwood type
writers for use in the school, ac
cording . to announcement made
yesterday, three more than t for
merly stated J . -
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Northwestern! Docks- .
The steamboat "Northwestern"
finished its ftrip from ; Portland
last night, arriving.,at the dock at
an early hour. ' ; .pyt
Furniture Auction " -
Monday, August 10, 1:30
o'clock. FIv rooms of furniture.
II. F." Woodr .Mt Son., auctioneers.
Watch papers for particulars." al 3
oil burnsproVe fatal
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MULTX03IAH ' VICTIM DIE AS
. ; RESULT OF INJURIES
sociated: Press) .W-James Skesua,
2. of Multoomah, today died. at a
local hospitil of rou'rtfs received
by buraing Oil ifom a.iamp,'Y
r Skosus, a Railroad employei was
workingnea-f .nir homet - Fellow
workers pat jihe flames out.- .
Women Not.Wanted in '
"Rebuilding of Angora
. ANGORA.---CenSus figures show
that 'Angora has 1 population of
91.6U0.. OI which less . than nrteen
per -cent ate 'vomen.- ;
' To the oatslde world this scare-
Hy. of.; women probably will come
as evidence that the Turkish. har
em, and polygamy have really been
abolished , under Mustatha- Kem-
ara swesteriIzatlon' regime. J3nt
th real .faJt is -that Angora is
scaiscely a s Si table place for a wo
man, to. uce .n. .--tr. W; vU
: Tne :whtEe city, which baly a
few ; years -ago. was-;-JIUte-iore
than a v mad: heap,; is1 undergoing
a .radical transition. Women .are
not wanted,!" Life Is difficult and
dear.-The iemand is on jy tor a Die
bodied men -and brain in building
the; hew; Anatolian , metropolis,
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Senator T. H. Caraway of Arkansas nas sailed to be the United
States representative in the International Parliamentary Union which
meets at Geneva, late in August. He Is shown asove with Mrs.
Caraway. - , . ;
IN CIA. REPORT
No Government Hospitals
Available to Take Care'
jof Insane Patients'
KUKING. Kiangsl Province,
hChina, Aug. 12. (By A. P.)
There are 1.341,600 lunatics in
China, according, to a compilation
just made, based on replies to
questionaires sent . to 350 physi
cians. There are- no government
hospitals for their care and only
five private or mission institutions.
The condition of the mentally
,deficient-in China is perhaps more
pitiable than in any other country.
They receive ho mercy and are
sure to 'suffer the death penalty
for the commonest offense steal
ing. Forjesser.'offenses they are
imprisoned ' wi$h no more consid
eration than given the mentally
sound. . .
If their mania is harmless they
usually are allowed to wander In
the streets tq be made the butt of
jokes. Frequently they are stoned.
The Chinese commorily; believe
that insane peonle are Possessed
by evil spirits rand the native
treatment is Intended to drive out
the demons, .Many insane "bear
marks of whippings or fetters
thai were worn on arms or legs.
In one part of China (he mentally
sick are taken .Into" the country
and -' pinioned beneath a heavy
stone on the- chest. " If this fails
to restore sanity, the'victlfn is al
lowed to die of starvation.
CTiILD KILLED BY AUTO
SIX YEAR OLD LAD STEPS OUT
FROM BEHIND CAR
ASHLAND, Or., Aug. ,12. (By
A.P,)- Kenneth . Cohrs, " 6-year-
old stepson of Mr. and Mrs.,R. E.
Lee of Lane .county,, was killed
almost instantly early tonight
when he was struck down on Main
street by an automobile driven by
M. L. Crowson of Ashland.
The Cohrs boy, in company with
a younger brother and sister, at
tempted to cross the street several,
feet from the intersection and had
fust stepped from behind a parked.
automobile when the car driven
by Crowson bore down": on him.
Crowson told the police, he made
every effort ' to avoid - striking the
boy but was unable t swerve far
V' NOB HILD
' ''3fear MrKbilcy School at End of South High
"Phonograph;. Universal range and ' heater' rags, ' draperies,
oak 'dicing stable. bafCet-and chairs,-maasi re brass bed with "
coil springs and everything, to furnish a five, roomed house. ;
Owner, 2487 E. Noh HUf
wooDhi pATs -cash
enough to one side because of
v her cars which were parked
bead into the opposite curbing..
District . Attorney . Chaney and
Coroner Conger were here from
Medford tonight' making an inves
tigation, but it was indicated that
Crowson would, not be. held. - ,
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In this city Tuesday, August 10,
Leland T. Murphy, husband of
Ora Murphy, father of Mrs. Mabel
Oleson of San Francisco, Miss
Gladys Murphy of- Salem and Miss
Maxine Murphy of Salem. Funeral
services will be held Friday, Aug.
13, at 2 o'clock from the RIgdon
& Son mortuary. Interment will
be in the City View cemetery.
CITIZEN'S OF THE UNIVERSE
I believe that death releases
us from the prisoning of one
planet and makes us citizens of
Minot J. Savage.
W. T. Rigdon & Son
Harry Hoffler's -
Regular . Price 75c a lli. '
SATURDAY ONLY '
35c a lbe
2 lbs. for 65c
We reserve the right to "
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ONLY AT .
DRUG STORE V
135 North Commercial St.
Original Yellow Front
Nev?r was - never
: will " be a'g a i n any
thing as sweet' ; :
Is the Auctioneer of course
roit csed fcrxiturit
. Hundreds of pairs of season footwear, f or.
men t and women, boys and girls, marked
down to ensure quick disposal.
MANY NUMBERS CUT TO v i
Less thn PRICE
These shoes are all our regular lines that
have been discontinued and sold down to
few pairs to the number and for your con
venience they are grouped in five different
price lots. - ! ? : r ,
Consists of ladies',
misses and children's ;
all kinds of broken
lines footwear to clean !
out at- ...J
i Wonderful bargains
men's, women's, boys
and girls' footwear to
sell out at
Men's, women's, boys
and girls , footwear to
clean out at
You must see th ese
wonderful shoes to
realize this exceptiorial
buy. - 'J--vfr-M";-'
Men's a n d women's
season's style low
footwear to clean
Buy, now" and save
while your size is to be
had. ! ,i , ,
r 1 1 nj- r . -i n.r r rLni ir juu i'rLrLT jn
Very snappy patterns
in season s
JYou cant help buying
one of these. ' -
Black, brown and white silk and fibre
silk mixed, ladies' hose to sell out at
See these bargains in
shoes at great savings
Vif T c-,
r r r r
windows. Cc:r.2 i.i
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The 'oflljr wpnfen-n: the:.jown are
t h e; wives' o t th e t a b I n e t mi n is t ers
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