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Tim onrcougTAim.rAN. SALE?.!, OP.KGOH
'SUNDAY MOftNING, AUGUST 22 1023
And Hhe pictures
dpIIafsi-andTcehts value. That's: business. : ''. ' ' ? I
? " Drop ih imd let "us explain' the simplicity of Koday Photography, to .you w , ,
On' ie 8est ' ' . ; . ;
SO ' V i- Thar. Vcalhcr " : ;
V-'v." : ; .-rMrnvf J "
I Xl6ndy aBAunilletfAtongibe
coast ;7.fati'i4 JtbelnterRr;: normal
tetriprj turejwlt h 'ReaU Variable
'-'MV-aad Mrs.'lircDehfabn and
Mr.. and Mrs. M.P Dennis have
Juiit returned front a t rip to Belk-
tfoB&ry'i JinvBoii; .ctrtuisfthere.
- n a p. Springs.' .Medford, . Asbland,
tand Crater. Lake ; Mr, Derinison's
ter entertained " them' while in
VLdtfi lraief Ijtke--'- - !
.. Mph. W. A PetUt , left here, this
morning for Crater lAke where
she, will 'spend a week'as a .guesj
Of JJr. and Mrs. Richard -'Price.
Mr. Price la manager of the Utiiia
"hotel at Ashland and. the Crater
Lake .Inn.!. IZn route' hqme Mrs.
Pettit" Wili'spe'nd a day' in Rose
burs where she resided before lo
cating inalein.,, Mr!. Pettit is the
SaWm corresppBenV for Jtbe Ore-gonla'n.
: ffT Yonr Old Fashion Steak
1 fTfit the Lunch Bor,;18l.SLib-
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4 Veterans to SI ect -
I Sons of Union Veterans of the
J Civil War will meet at the armory
I Tuesday- night. A short business
session will be-ibeldY
(iIr. Posey to Preacli "
i ,' '" Dr. Carl Gregg Doney president
' . of Willamette university, will
V''- .preach the sermon at the First
f Presbyterian church bere today.
ioa'Hale Tomorrow at
& N. Summer. H. P. Wood-
ry;& Son. the auctioneers. A22
Visits In fialcm .
Mrs. Franklyn S. Smith of
Hood Rhrer is Tisitinft her sister
and brother-in-law, Mr., and Mrs.
Rex Sanford of Salem.
Complete IJjio of-'
Monarch Electric Ranges at
Hamiltons. ... . A21tf
.TVould End Crofinlnff
The -Umatilla county court has
filed application with the publie
fiervice commission for -permission
to elmnate a grade erossng over
the tracks of the Oregon-Washing
ton Railroad & Navigation . com
pany near Adams.
four' room house and
garagfe. Inquire 492 Court. A22
Funeral In Held- -
Funeral services for-the-late
Fred Steusloff. who died sudden
ly Thursday, were held from Rig
-terment followed In the' Mount
Underwood Typewriter Co.
Direct Factory Branch
BIO Conrt BC Phona ZZ1
TypewrlteFrs Rented, Sold,
- lie paired :......
Cpeclal rental ratea to EtadanU
7 D Street Telep!xoa 313
D p 'PTI?7! P.-t-'
C:Z.s Cars trcn
' CuSxags. caia-'fci: . f
f Click goes the shutter and an-: J
other; moment's fun is yours
for the years. That's pleasure.
you make on the. farm
ivodaks ;5 Up , -
cx : 'dim
Tat: OWL DRUG G.
Crest Abbejr mausblenmp-Services
at the grave were held under the
direction of theMasonic lodge, of
which Mr. Sieusloff . had been a
member for many years.. -
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Incorporations j. '-. .".-
The Wherrle Tailoring' : and
Woolen : company,- with capital
stock of $25,000 and headquarters
in Portland, has been incorporated
by J. B. Wherrle, E. A., Thompson
and Prescott W. ; Cookiugham.
Articles for. the.-; company were
Tiled in the state " corporation de
partment yesterday. 1
The Cascade Development com
pany has been ', Incorporated by
Ersklne Woods,' Richard W. Mon
tague and M. ' M. ' Matthlensen.
Capital Btmk is $1000 and head
quarters are in' Portland.' ;..
Golnar Round t ho World.
And it will cost you only $1250,
for 121 days, visiting Hawaii, Jap
an, China, Philippines; Java, Bur
ma, Inda, Ceylon. Egypt, Palestine
and springtime in Europe, return
ing when ready. Ask for literature.
Salem Travel Agency, 216 Oregon
Bldg., K. B. Kugel. Phone 34.
Hood Ijoop Open,.. . .
The' w orfc--o repairlBg--tlia
White river bridge on the route of
the Mount Mood Loop was com
pleted yesterday, according to an
nouncement made at the. offices of
the state highway commission.
Traffic will be resumed-today. Tber
bridge wfcs , damaged :iast Thurs
day as the result of high water.
Eat Your otl Fashion Kteik
At. the Ldnch Box., 181 S.-) Lib
erty - - V Ai
Would End Crossings -
Washington county has riled
application with the public service
commission for permission to
elmtnate two grade -crossings over
the tracks of the United Railways.
One of the crossings to be elim
inated is at Christie Station, and
has been the scene of numerous
accidents dnjing the past few
years. j . 'i .-
Wanted $2500 At Once r
On 685 acres of land. Let me
tear from yon. G. W. Lafler, 410
Oregon Bldf. , . k v ' - ; alBtf
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A decree f dlvdrce has tteen
granted "by Judge L. i!.' McMahan
to Luella Waldespel from Carl G.
Waldespel; whom she. married In
Vancouver, - Wash., . September,
1922. Mrs. .Waldespel will resume
her original name oJTJLuella Young
Waldespel is said to .have struck
and abused her, making her mar
ried life unbearable. They have
Tennis Match ' Today
- The tennis -teamt of the Salem
Tennis association 5 will play the
Washington' Park of Port
land on the state hospital courts
today at 11 o'clock in the morn-
FOR ! SALE
IiOt 1, 3, 13 aod 14, Block 15, Kir
rviw liirk, Hulrm, Oregon. Pric
t3,2.no ! Ri n( SR4 ( Seetio
IS, T. 11 8. R. 9 W, IjiBcola eaanly,
r(rii. fco arra fwoil aoil, part liH
lle, part tn)iii( ,!nd, uniuiprtiTed.
, . Pric $2,400. ;
TERMS 10 balance 10 oal
annual pa;Btar t . 10 jntartt.
Adress: Owner, V. G. Orendorff
60T Va Maya Eld. :
-t Xa aarelea CaliTornla '
13 aw ta. t 0 l tu
have a. definite i
Ing. Eight Blhgles matches ; and
four doubles will be' played, i The
local team consists of Ketch um.
Jack MInto, F. Lutr. Paul Rice,
Adolph Creenbaura, French Hage
man, Mrs. Green baum and Miss
Elva Bu'rris. The -Portland, team
is under the leadership of Henry
Neer. A return match '- will be
played In Portland .& week from
today.'t '', , j-. j'.'j,.
Dr. Mihall,rltcpatliic . , ! '
Physician and surgeon.' i A22
Appraisers Nameft ' 1 ,
Guy O. Smith has been appoint
ed administrator of the estate of
Mary Ellen Hunt and William ft.
Trindle, Martin Fereshetian and
Alvin Schlrman 'have 'been' ap
pointed' appraisers. -
New Location: Anderson's
Sporting Goods Store, -147 N.
Com'L s . , A22
. . t r-r- : 4 a
Will r.ttild Homes j ,
,Two building permits were
issued yesterday-to Adam Engle
to erect two-story dweljfngs at
1410 and 1420. North Eighteenth
street. ' The estimated cost for
each is, $3650. Mr. Engle will
build both houses himself. ? "
Car in Crash - r-;
A car driven by Ersel Wbnderly
was involved In an accident at
Broadway and Market streets yes
terday, according to reports made
at police headquarters. ' No "de
tails were given,' A
Hop Picking to Start
. Hop plckinln D.'c. MInto yard
will start Monday, August 23rd.
Phone 1267-j; ; 9A22
Accident Uc port eel
George Nash reported at police
headquarters yesterday that his
car was in an accident at the Fifth
street railroad crossing. ' He gave
no details. ;
Cars Collkle i
i A car driven by Bertha Chittick
was In. an accident at the corner
of High and State streets yester
day, according to a report made
at police headquarters, j No de
tails were given. -. 3
Auction Rale Tomorrow at ;
' : 1395 N. Summer. H. F. Wood
ry & Son, the auctioneers, " A22
Iark Too Long- - ,
K. S. Kraps of Salem was fined
1 in police . court yesterday on a
charge of parking overtime. :
Finctl'for Spwd '
1 Elmer II. Boll n of Portland was
fi ned $ 5 in pol ice cou rt ' y esterd ay
on a charge of speeding. .
Collision Occurs - - -
Three cars suffered slight dam
age yesterday when . two - trucks
driven by. Cart Newton and A. Sut
ton collided at State and Nine-r
teenth streets. The Sutton truck
bounced off -and ran into a car
owned by George Ryland, which
Treated by Osteopathy and the
latest Electrical Therapy in
cluding Dr. Abram'a Electronic
' No Charge for
DR. B. H. WHITE
. Physician and Carlson
. COS U. S. Bank Csllllsj
CHOICE of Traub Genuine "
Orange C!osom ctZf .
ment and weddlr rir.J i a
tribute to the Judgment tnd
good taste cf the we&rer.
tits aa4 lmtj. .
'" Ile-(Rure"nd get Uis; enar
before the other fellow! does. ,
! A J ::. Studebaker Special
tonrlnsr with romI ' rubler,,;
several- I extras, and - every
thliia:iii Hie-best of-sUapej
" Ttils ear ; shonld sell fcr
KMl. Our " price "la" $275.
was parked against' the curb; v "Nf
other details; of the, accident were
Flvfn In. the report made at police
honilniinrtprfl --..". - j -
Scouts to Hike J ' .
Harold Ware.n local - Boy "Sont
executive, will conduct a ilx.day
htkp' for,' older boys beglnnics
Tuesday,. .The boyg will' leave De
troit on fooVand:lgrf to EJk'Lakjl
and Battle Ax lookout station;
Boys who wish to go can register
with Mr.' Ware, - The cost of the
trip is 'set at SS apiece.
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Auction Kale Tomorrow at ' t '
; 1395 N. Summer. H. F. Wood
ry A Son, the auctioneers. - A22
Fined for Speedlnjp
Herman Schurman was fined
$25 by Brazier Small justice of
the? peace; yesterday on 'a charge
of speeding. The complaint was
made by W. B. Genn, state traf
fic ,of fleer.' Schurman. objected to
the fine, but calmed down when
threatened, with heavier punish
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Fonr in Seat r
',W. J. .Waterhonse ..was , fined
$2.60 by Police Judge Mark Poul
sen yesterday .for driving .a '.car
with four persons, in the frpnt
seat. ' .
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Special O Room flome i t;. ;
- ; Close to schools. Cut to $4500.
and $1200 will handle. ; Becke V
Hendricks. 189 N. High St. altf
Ba yes. Wt Decision ..' ; s
Phll.'Bayes, Salem fighter, won
a' decision over Johnny Keliy'rof
Portland lit their fight at Eugene
on Friday. Through error, Bayes
was credited with a dray.
Xo Club Luncheon", .
No Tuesday ' luncheon will 'i be
held by, the KjiwAnis- clnb,.thfa
week. to. give members an oppor
tunity, to attend r the convention
at. Eogene. , A. large Jocal dele-
gation id expected la attends
See Our New-
Bavarian Dinner set. H. L. Stiff
Furniture Co. . 5 . a24
Dredge Arrives x-' . 1 " i:
..The Dayton- . Digger, a dredge
under government . contract, 4. has
arrived in the Willamette river
just below the rail road., bridge and
has begun clearing the channel. It
will be stationed on this part of
the r river permanently, it', is a be
We Have a "Jim Dandy" :
Plate-glass 'Insurance. Save half
your premium by Insuring wthjas.
Standley & Foley. . ,,A22
Dr. Sweet to Preach
Dr. William .Sweet of DePanw
universlty, who is visiting Dr; M.
Ci Findley here, will preach at the
First .Methodist church Sunday
morning. He Is well known as, an
educator and author. -
River. Rises - '.'".
; The Willamette -river was only
a - foot below 'normal yesterday,
having gone'up a 'foot and a half
during the recent rain.
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New Vival Tone Phonofraplis
I now can make deUvery on the
nil t.f , rr . irtW.
graphs. Hear them, they" are' bet
ter, tjeo, C. Will, music tdealer.
Daushter la Born - v V.. -
A girl has been born to Mr. and
Jrs. Leon G. Dymitt. . Mr. Dytoltt
is superintendent of the Oregon
state flax plant at the. penitentiary.
He. and his wife are' natives 'of
Dr. Morris to -Leave
Dr. Henry Morris la leaving this
morning : for a week-end trip to
Kugene. . He will return Tuesday.
Will .Conduct Sale r ' r
H. ,F. Woodry has gone' to.'re'n
dleton to conduct an auction sale.
He will return Monday... .. ,-','r
Pension Granted -
.? Joseph Wright -of ' Salem has
been granted a. $2 5 pension. --
Hotel Alarion -;
Dollar dinner, served 8:4S to 8
every evening- "V - " '7j2tf
Dr. Riddle Writ
Dr. Don Riddle, a former Wil
lamette university student. now at
tending Oxford university in Eng
land, has sent a postcard to Nor
ton. Furbrick of Salem. He saya
he called on Purbrick's sister and
was on his way to Berlin for a
Veterans' to Picnic
Hal Hibbard camp No. 5, Span
ish'War veterans, and the ladies'
park Sunday, August 20. This la
an, annual affair of .the .camp,
f'enifnts park. is about seven miles
from' Sa firm, two and -a half miles
east of, the Chemawa crossroads
and ,h ;;a mile from the Hazel
Green 'ficl. fd. .' It has - just been
opne - H.l- has- a swimming pool.
swings., jiklft and other- equlp
meno V .' .-- , .'
Hon Pickers Wanted
Darbin & Cornoyer. Eea tit. all
Salem ' delegates - at the--rhoto-
grapherH. convention just.-held at
the Oaks - irk, near .. Portland,
ere jlp and Mrs. Chester Coffey.
:r and Mrs. J. O. Brown and
Mrs'. K.-- E. Gunnell and. daughter,
Katherme;r . -v, -.
tflo to l-vneral . V - i -"' .
v Mr.2a.nd 'Mrs. William Oldenburg
received wort! Friday night of the
death l y drowning of thelf grand
daughter,' i Esther Slnkbeinei", at
Connelir Wash. Walter ;and Ar
thur. OUlenhnrg; left for there Im
mediately db learning of the ac-
CompUi ely Around' rt. America.
yU Htraightti of "Magellin. vls-
ltrrif(r-coUntrles. '21; important
cities-including 9 captols, 14100
miles .of travel on the Great Crals-
lngS- S. La con la. From San Fran-
elscb'orNew. Vork.vback to New
Yorki Fare $975 up. Salem Travel
Agency, 216 Oregon Bldg. K. B.
Kugel..... j,.. . k A22
Mrs. lioyVer Returns
.Mrs. O; D." Bower. has returned
from "'Klamath Falls where ahe
visited relatives. She also spent
some time In Oakland, Cat., where
she has' two daughters. She Is the
wife of Sheriff O. D. Bower. . ,
Goesi to.. Ensne . . .
MIsa Ada Hart of Salem was in
Eugene. Friday on a combined bus
iness t and pleasure trip. She at
tended the Trall-to-Rall pageant.
Li nd bock on Vacatlo
A. L. Llndbeck and family will
leave this morning for. a vacation
trip; in eastern Oregon. They will
return by the Mt. Hood loop road.
Mr.-Llndbeck will also spend some
time on - his poultry ' ranch at
Aurora.- -sC' ' v J
And repairing. Gelae - Poweri
Furniture Company. , a2tf
At marriage license was issued
in the county clerk's office yester
day' to George R. Emmett of Sher
idan, and Eva C. Voget of Ilub-
bardk--'- - ' !'-
Oars driven by Thomas Hewell
and' Arnold Roetblin collided - re
cently on the hTghway. between
Newberg'nmt Champoeg, according
to a'reporUfiled iff the sheriff's of
fice. No details of the accident
were given. . ...
Organize - Hand
:A saxjhone band "Is befngpr
ganlzed .in Salem by Will- Skin
ner ahlGene Berlew .of Portland.
Its Lead quarters are at Moore s
Muaie HouKe. Anyone who plays
tfiqp saxophone is invited to jfoin.
Two hours each week will be upent
in practice.' . . .
Held for, Speed ; . -
. Eldon 'Blaco :was arrested by
local; police ; late Friday night on
a-charge of .speeding and of drlv--
Ing car wth dirty-license plates.
Held for Drank- -
.'Wesley Ellis and ,W..G. Burris
were arrested by local police at an
early hour Saturday on charges
Cars Collide .' ' , "
' Cars driven by G. Graves and
M. Chambers collided at Summer
and Market streets yesterday, ac
cording to report nade vat police
headquarters. - No details or tne
accident were given. '
Wrlglit U Held "
' David-Wright was arrested yes
terday ' by j local police t officers
when parts" of an automobile were'
found in his possession. The parts
are the ones reported stolen from
a local garage recently. . Wright
Is being held on a charge of pos
sessiag stolen property.
Car U Stolen - -
- A Maxwell sport touring car.' H
cense number 131-201, Is reported
s hftvinr heen stolen from the
corner of Commercial and Center
;t " t,i--,,-T-l r i. i. in Q
r in Salem '
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Balllle of
Wobdburn ,vislted. in Salem Frldayt
Miss M. Gilliam of Dallas vis
ited Salem Saturday. " '.
XX -D.4 Merchant of McMInnville
was. in Salem Saturday. .
Jir.'and Mrs. R. J. Strohecker
of Portland spent Saturday night
.Blanche Young of Portland was
ffrtfong the Saturday visitors In
Salem.. . . " .' V
William Duby of Baker is a Sa
lem visitor this morning.
Clyde . DHley and Flonnle Em
brey . of Sheridan stopped in Salem
for a. short, time Saturday morn
ing. ,. - - j-. - -
Mrs. Eva West of Portland
p.pnt Saturday -night in Salem.
Ruby- ritrcan and Elian Orgen
of Marshfield are Salera visitors
' Mrs. John Groat, Lillian Groat,
and Emma Groat of Tillamook are
FIREEllTII P11E ?
Silverfon-Youth -to Start on
Walnut Washers When;
V Orders End ;
SHWERTON.-Ore., Ang. 21-
(Special) r-Jonas Byberg who In
vented a successful prune. washer
will complete bis 15th one for the
season this week. , . - "
. Mr. .. Byberg, . who attended
school at OAC during . the past
winter, fitted a. manufacturing
plant at the farm home of his par
ents, Iiv and .MrSj J.. By berg, on
th.e Waldo Hills "road V where" he
and a group of helpers have been
putting out', the washers. As soon
as he han all of his prune washer
orders' - filled he will begin the
manufacture' of . walnut - washers.
for which he also has' a patent.
Mr. Byberg plans on returning
to college again this faff; " -
16 SAVED, 4 DIE WHEN -
GALE WHIPS LAKE ERIE
; CContiaoed from pf 1.) .. .
'.' - .Wi.iii .- r " -i" '
of the ' lifeboat; . floating , upside
down, apparently told the fate of
the: missing trio, and' silence from
Canada .rendered ' incredible the
slim hope that the men had been
washed; possibly alive, onto the
Canadian shores. ,v;
Those -believed drowned are;
George M. McMinn. mate'; Richard
Freeman', . watchman, and William
Logan,' derrick 'engineer, all ' of
whose ' homes , are said to be in
Buffalo; the craft's port -of regts-
try. "."-" ; -.-" - ...
Sixteen .members' of the crew
were takes from the two lifeboats,
pressed into service when the Ger
ken sank in the height of the gale.
.by the Maitland after, a two-hour
battle with waves which 'momen
tarily threatened to hurl ahe tiny
craft beneath ber hull.. , .
: Among those rescued were Cap
tain John B. Gamble of the Ger,
ken and. Howard Gergen, owner.
Gamble, when - brought- to Ashta
bula with the other survivors, told
a: story of a ' despairing r battle
against what he termed "the worst
storm Jn 29 years on Lake Erie,'
prefacing : his tale with unstinted
praise of "T. , H. Helman, , acting
captain of fthe Maitland. Gerken
asserted be andjils IS companions
owed their lives to him.. The day
brought a stream of reports from
cities situated, at the eastern end
of the lake.- telling, of property
damage done .by .the gale', and re
counting narrow escapes of small
Crater: Lake were. In Salem Sat-.
nrday. - s. s '
J.' H.Ttaley at ' Fehdleton was
In Salem Saturday night.
James; , Daugherty of Ashland
In Salem Saturday night. .
Mr. and-Mrs. Glenn 'Kent of
Klamath . Falls visited Salem Fri
day. . ;.;--.-.;'-- ' .V-",- ".
K. E.'Awbrey was In Salem Sat
urday. 'He Is from .-Toledo. .
Bits Tot Breakfast T
j . o
Moana startsat Oregon today
And . runs over, tomorrow and
Tuesday.' -." "
- It i Is. a- jtrue screen "picture-ro
mance of life and love in the south
seas. Made, largely from actors
who did not know they were act
ing. Laurence rStallings, well-
known writer and author of "The
Big, Parade,' saw; the Alms before
the titles had been" inserted; and
he declared It "the , best motion
picture ever made."
The sugar . Industry, series of
editorials in Tbe -Statesman Is
about finished. ; )f any reader has
facts th$Jt ought to be told,--will
be please write or phone thts of
fice. The series" is to have wide
nse,- for. the purpose 'isf getting
.beet sugar, factories in Salem, and
getting the beets grown Jor the
factories, i Do you not think that
is worth While? ' Do yoo knrw any
thing more' worth while right now,
for ., this district, t and. the whole
Willamette valley? - '
- The Statesman editor, does not
seek for credit. He is Just trying
to help in getting the thing-done.
And .it can be J done. :-'And every
one who can ought to help.
-- a . ai .
The Klatawa pageant at Eugene
VIGOR 4 ;
Have that Youth and -Vigor
Restored by Chiropractic
Your 1 Spine Is the
' FonnMtlon of Your " '
brsfly. -l -
lna aft " e l H imwJ -
"The Dec in Chiropractic"
l 3 Orcc.1 ! . .
vialaflne lhinj?. and creditable,
and .worthy.. But there is a big-i
Eer 'thing in the 'Willamette x
reant? and it ' should be repeated
everyi jear. -It cah ,ba '.done,'- if
some one will take the lead, and
get. All the help tbat may be as
sembled here. r without, a t vast
amount of effort Just intelligent
and enthusiastic leadership.
Here is possible fame enough
for" any man or woman. The Pas
sion Play, near "Los Angeles', was
inspired, written and Is conducted
under the I leadership of . a man
who was an ordinary (or rather ex
traordinary! newspaper reporter.
John J. Mc-Groarty. . And his name
will'go down In history as one who
did a remarkable 'thing for south
ern California, worth untold mil
lions to that section. There is a
veritable gold mine for Salem in
the 'Willamette pageant idea; one
that . will never pinch . out, once
opened In the right way. i - ;.
I , General . Iarket 1
. IRTIAX?, Or.. Au-. 21. (AP)
Rript lor week pproximttj ) "t
ti J90;lcalva 310; ho 1 1 i ; shM
f CATTI.K. -Compared with wik g:
StMr an4 h Klrk' ateadr ' ta -5 'teat
low; bitllH Srt rent lower; -lve and
vmer steady 30 cent hifrhxr. m
Week." a bulk price: U rdium qnality
beet steers $5 te 6-fifty Kood $A.I0
ftrMi25; roujrh he Tie aa4 off quality
lights S to 8.T3; eawa a4 heifers 4.5t)
t- 6.75; top heifer 7.1i; tp rows
f; bulls 4.i5 ta 4.7A add Si; eaWa
10.iO; bt lijrbt vealer $11 ta
12. a few at 12.50: few lifht steers
feeder buyers at la.'j ta $6.35.
HOGS Compared week ago: Killing
e la use steady ta 23. ceats lower; feeder
piS" steady. ;
Week's hulk prices: Li-bt ' butrher
$14.40 ta $14.50; scatteriDK null lot
14.o0 ta $14.75; weightier kind $14.2S
divwa; keavies dowa to $12; parking saw
It to $11.50; rhoiee lijrht feeeer pht
1.V to, $15,50; strong- weisht $14.50-to
$iav . .
SHEEP Compared week ago: Ijmh
..At his residence. If 14 Mission
street. August 21. Oscar Hanson.
aged 87. He is survived .by a
daughter, Mrs. M. G. Eld of Sa
lem, and two sons, J, A. Hanson
of Salem and C. M. Hanson of
Parkland, Alberta. Announcement
of .funeral will be made later. .The
Injtdy is" In charge of . the Rigdon
: . Mrs. Lottie J. Flannigan died
August 20 at San Mateo, Oal.; al
the. age of 51 years. She Is sur
vived by her widower,' S. E. Flan
nigan, three sons, Homer C-Bray
or Salem, ChaTles Orville Bray of
Portland and John Wesley Bray or
Kansas City, Mo. j one daughter,
Mrs." Nellie Coulson of Portland,
and one brother, Albert Darr of
Salem. Funeral services -wilK -be
held' -Mbndayi August7 22i at -4 ;3 0
p. m., from the Itigdon; mortuary,
with Interment In the City View
cemetery. .Iter. Shanks .will offi
ciate. . ; . ,
3ET.y nraUerYlc??.;? held yes
terday for Richard G. infant son
of Mr, and - Mrs." Alva Scott from
the! Terwilliger' Funeral Home. In
terment was made In, the Odd Fel-
1qw cemetery' '
j : t - ; ?- , ' ' t " .
uneral - servlceaf or t Cella St.
Hilafrewho dled'onAugoji't; 20 at
thei bome of Felix. LaB ranch, one
mile east of Salem, will be held
Monday, Aug. 23. "from St. Jos
eph'sVchurch at- 9 J av m. Rosary
will be recited) Sunday evening at
7 o'clock at the; chapel of the Sa
lem mortuary, : Interment will be
In' St. Barbara, cemetery,' Rev. J.
U. Buck in charge.
i A SUBLOIE THOUGHT
For some say that the body
is' the tomb of the boul, as be
ing buried at the. present time.
. ? . " . " Plato
W. To Riijdon z Son
'.'ft' i '.'-'' V-.'r:rj;L-f '"-li ",r.r . J; .n 1- -u-r . i-ltj-ju-j-u-ii- -j- j
' - . e 11 to 8 P. M.
Merchants Lunch Daily 30c and 4Si
ft ' - " Quick Service
: THE OYSTER hORF .
I Now Under New Management i
. 428 Court Street.
1333 N. SUJir.IEIl ST.
Tomorrow 1:C0 P. II. Cl.arp
Consisting of l-nickle trimmed kitchen range. 1
table, 3 kitchen chairs. 1 kitchen cabinet (with
dining room table. 6 chairs, 2 Axmlnster rugs 9x1
head sewing machine, one 6x9 ru;. 1 writing de
steel Bprings and mattresses. 1 cl.iffor.eer, 1 1
mirror, sanitary steel couch, 2 rcr tiairs, 1 c
table. 2- trucks, 1 camp chair, ess, L .:rr.er ci
vacnuia clfanr (Vacnetlct) lie r.t i: " tu'..
mop, thovtls, kitchen nt-n.-'ls, r.'.:.'.froiu -r
iver Jorcry. ' - I'. I'. . .
' Owner i l ' .
cash paid rcr. r. th : r." :. ..:
Ki'e Us About
steady to SO'rent l.iwcr; yer!.. ? s
aged Ftork Damiiisu fleiAy ; T"' -j-ond.
1U"- lanhi- H it to ill: & i
tiiuru i.itS' B UEii.s st ;ii -
abseat. , .
' ; . VTI'. J1A T - -POJiTXAXn.
Ore., A..?. 51. f AT. )
TiBB hard Kit.- il.U Jl.3j.il.
Hard wMte - RS P.rt
1.3-J. l.S.'i 1
Hard winter ........
Wentern red - - t
1.91J 1.311 1
l.2 1.3-' 1,
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l.9j 1.2 1.
1.27. l.l'Ti 1
Oal. No. 2. 3r.h. wlute'2iOir.iH.Ru "2
Xa.'2, Siii.b. crsy .w....MS..,")-J.S'' -J
Barley, No. 2, 4bl.h ;-J7 iin'-J'.nti .'7
No. 2. 44Lb. . -.'7. 27.ini -7
Cora.- No.. 2-F.Y ship :!7.7' 37.7'. (7
Miilraa standard (i l. .', i.5.i -.'1
V, ' ' ' . HAT "
PORTLAND. Or,Aue. 2. (XV.)
Ruyinf priees:' K liters .remn titnoi uy
ISO (Si 22: do -ralley $17'f' 17.."Q;..,eUrt
1T; sllalfs . $1 JM; oat kay til;
Oat and retrb M.'rtJ'.i 15: straw' tlt.v
'7.50 per ton. ' Sell ing prices $j,atun
more. ..-.. ...... "
WHEAT ilATSSTS v ''
CinCAOO, A or. 2 1. t AIM Alurin
report af a rosy crop oat look in Canada
took whet lne downward todpy,- t. la.'
ing qnotatiens bere oa wheat were heavy,
1 3-8 to 3 1-4 cent ner lower, with for ft
1 1-S to 11-2 eent down, ost half to
7-B rent off. and provisioaii varying from
nrbanired fiynret ta 15 cent decitne.
PniiTI.ANn, Ore Aur. 21. -P )
Milk, i Kieady. - Het rharninc cream .44
eent per pound net shippers' track tan
1. . Cres mdelivered i'orHand- 4( r-n
povad.-. Raw aailk4 per rent; cwt.
f. e. a,' l'ortland. .
n: a l
E Dr. Morria Will
Be Out of Tovn
Monday and ,.L'
4 . - . "
Assistant in Charge "PI
Who look after your .
. immetliatp 'needs ' T
Morris Optical ri
noi4 Oregon Bldg. Ul
Salem, Oregon .'"
There Is a
' Organization in Salem r I
- .Ileadquarters .
ooi north iiFTa; STREIIT .
- ;-,-t Telephone" 020-J. " .--' j
; A. L.'Stcvcncbn I
"Livestock Auctioneer 1
! Corvallis, Oregon ' v' 1
; . . '- . - - t - S
umce rncne tiow. i..-
Res. Phone 17G:i
- i - know lhat v;
a live Auctioneer czin r:r ' 2
his salary on the sala cf c ,2
good animal. : - :
2. 1 .
. H " v - - :l.
f a ' '' " " V trm " V
U J W w
auxiliary will have a basket din
in Salem this morning.
ner and get-together at Clements'
Mr. and Mrsj R. V. Price of