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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM ORtiCbN
SUNDAY ; MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10.rl92
ii-JUariried For Economy; No Sacrifice of Comfort
1 C ' - THE WINONA; DESIGN 'NO: 317.' , T"S1
jniLIMirfATIQN of the dining, room seems j sup plied ,v With an attractive opes grate in
be growing in favor in the small Xvhch 'logs - may:: be'' used 'If "so desirjed
" ; honie, especially, where it is possible Directly back: of this is the well appointed
to provide a cozy breakfast nok I'sutfi- f ldtchea and .beyond St stilt is i the br0akfast
zieniiy large io accommoaate
small "family. - There, may
be some danger in sot doing
that i the prospective pur
chaser, in case ppe ever
wants to sell, mky not like
. such: anrrangement, and
to- tha.t degree tfre"?esal.
value may be reduced. But
the idea is so new and has
ben so little tried out that
ThisC little ' 'Cottage ' .is
pUnned along that line but
in -every' other respect can
hardly fail to meet the an-
proval ;of the most, particu
lair -Ibuyer. It i& built of
common brick wittf a fire
resistive roof, thev ipinimum,
is jas firesafe'as itis pdssible.
td build, y & " housa tf 'th is
small upkeep' expenses and '
m'yValways have feeling
off secutity in leaving it. , 'It
is; practically; nntnune -'fronl
coinmnnlcate'd : fires. "f '
t Whiles simply planned it
sfetattraCctive with an added air of sub-: i of .a- small .: home 5 that; will -always be .in
?tantialityi J And the arrangement is excetv I demand, i It 'fit particularly iHveir intd a
lehtiv 'From the broad, enticing living porch 1 wooded , surrounding, as .'this fljustration
dininat room, almost 20 f 6et in lenirthi and; only 'a moderatelandscaping ' IT ;- I: r
TThe' Common Brick Blaanfacturers' AModatlon, ClTelanlf Ohio, can f ornisb complete drawing for
hi design. "Leaflet on brick construction sent upon request.
HOUSES BUILT OF
. But tHe Ur&eerEawiise of Such Houses Is Small
us -for common brick, face ;brick,: building - tile; partition tile, eilo tile sewer
, drain tile, vitrified, sewer pipe; V'U r Tft -t; '"'"M!" :";
Roth Grocery- Plans Exten
sive Alterations to Make'
Room tor Unit
Alteration?', nd 'repairs that
win cost II qoo, win be started. Ja
the Wiler room ot the Roth Gro
cery company next week . it was
arnounoed ' Saturday afternoon.
The object of the alterations is to
give space for Installing a new
automatic heating- plant. .
The new heating plant will be
' Installed by the. HHlman Fuel
company of this rty. and - will
have an Iron Fireman automatic
stoker as the principal unit. This
stoker is of the' plunger under
'feed type, similar to ones installed
In T many xther.;Salem'" buildings
The new' installations wilt , be
the ,best controlled heating plant
in the city.' according to Otto Hlll
man of the Hillman Fuel com
. pany.' It will automatically start
itself .in the morning and stop
itself atinlght.' so that practically
no attention is required. ;,
Eugene Officers Serve Wac
t ..rant!on .Man Held by ;
Local Officers -
Otto Kress6r, 30, is facing stat
utory charges lo Eugene following
his arrest here at i o'clock Friday
mor ping in. company with Ffaiieo
Ratteree; IS, ' of . WendUpg.The
pair were arrested by local officers
ass 'they stepped' off the Eugene
etage: They; daisied toe-oa
..... v,-r 1 tjs i.
iour persons, nooic, ligniea
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' : nxum pax R - juJL- .
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PERMANENT MATERIALS COSH RUT
THAN THOSECONSTRUCTED OR
TEUCPHQNB 01T .
their way to Vancouver to be mar-
ried. r; , ;, ;; . " ' ; "
'Both were turned over to of
ficers! 'from Eugene yesterday
aftemoon, who qa me armed with
a "warrant 'for Kresser8 arrest on
a 8tat,utbr-.barge. . . ' --
''(KTejsserf who Is 'an Italian, Is
dirorced frppa Jifa, first; wife, Who
-deserted him when their baby Was
S months- old. He- bad the babyi
he was- arrested, with Miss . Rat
i 5Bbth Hresser, : - and . Ratteree
claimed to be innocent of wrpng
intent when , auestioned by local
police; officers.; ; The. girl, who Is
1 y DQORS,
' I ...... 1.1 ' , -
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- - . .
-I . i
oy,. winaow, ot gooa ejzc
An : enjtry way ' to the rear,
door, at the; right, of, the
breakfast . nook, : provides
eratof. From - thias entry
the stair leads to the base
' - The other side 6f the
house is taken up ;? by the
two sleeping rooms, each of;
good size and supplied: with '
liberal closets, and the bath
which ' is ' placed between
therri.'" A short, hallway
from the liYing rooiri; EJach
bledtponi, has ,weiwindo ws, "
one orit; either expose! aide
and the, b"ath is: similarly;
light edr The window, ar
rangement is ideal, through
out, just as the cottage as a
whole, is . unusually, strong,
irx its appeal.- ; - v t
i This cottage is especially
well adapted" to a narrow
lot, whether it be a corner ;
or otherwise.' Simple in its
dfisicrri' it can he hnilt at' k
very low cost and is the type
large for her. age. appeared to be
innocent ot worldly affairs,-police
officials say; ' Kresser.: was well
dressed and had plenty of money,
they say, and claimed" innocence of
any wrong intent farther than a
desire . to marry. the girl. ' -K ,.V -
Henry - O.-Miller,' It. S. Coml.
St.; where most; people preferi'to
get their, auto parts for. all makes
of cars. " ; Trade here and make
sayings on all auto,Tart8, ''l : ()
r tJlrlch & Roberts, realtors, 122
N.? Commercial SW know property
values and make for you profit
able investments. Will both save
and make yon money. - ; t)
Because of their line -finish and accurate fitting;
our fir frames are inbig; demand in the feast. "Ve
make all sizes and'lstyles and can furnish any
v quantity f rorri stock -promptly.' 9
Specifications on 'fine
be r met '
-exactly'; . Stair
parts,-mouldings; mantles; cab-'
inet work," and entrances.-1'
SASH, INTERIOR TRIM and
Chamber of Commerce Is
sues List of Newcomers
3 ": Settled Here"
Names and addresses of persons,-
from other ? cities ; or : states
who hae recently; moved to' Sa
lem or. the nearby' country have
been - compiled by the Salem
chamber of commerce, working'
with local real estate dealers."
t Following -are the hew' resi
: O.-K. Middle ton, 835 Oak St.,
formerly of Blaine; Washington.
; C. S. Douglas; R. F. D. 6,' form
erly of Ohio." , f '
J. W. Pratt, 362 N. Churcr St.,
formerly of St. Cloud, Minn1
1 R: Dl Yotong. 419 S: 19th St.,
formerly of Ashland, pregonr "
Mrs: M.'A Winfanison,lrt5.S.
High St.", formerly" 'of Richmond,
Calif. . - .
Mrs. Carl LJendstrom, 950
Union St.; formerly of Truckee,'
rallf.-" ' ' '
Perry Reuset, 1325. If. 15th St.,
formerly of Liberal. Kansas.
. J Mrs. P.. Norton," R. FV Dw 3, Box
141, formerly of Alton, HI, '
J. T. McDaniehV 125 S. 14th St.,
formerly of Spokane, Wash: ; "
v Miss EJ. E.' Nicholson, '13 3 4 N.
Summer St, formerly of. Brighton,
J. L,. Davis, 1350 N. 16th St.,
formerly of Pueblo Colorad 6."
t'rhas, E. Boyer, il05 N. Liberty
St., formerly or-Chicajgd, Iir, '
' Scott' Macklln, 2215 Lee St.,
formerly of Bryant, IlL !
? 'feilis White, 13S S. Cottage St.
formerly of Tpledo, Oreg6n ":.
BrCrane, 4td N. CQttage St.,
formerly oi ,'Gfehdale, Calif
' S. Del Smith", Bpx 224. Salem,
Oregon," formerly of Ocean ' Park;
Calit .. , ' , 1 .-
" Mrs. R. M, Loveland,' 33 S.
18th St, formerly 6f .'Sidney. Neb.
: '"'Mrs. A." Stoweir, 41jl If . Summer
St.. formerly of Portland. Oregon.
W. A. 'Brittelltt. F,D. 6, Box
80 A, formerly of Cheyenne, Wyo.
Wm. Wallace. 1170,2? 15th St.,
formerly of Los Angeles, Calif.
Rfer. E. CI Whittaker, ' Pastor,
Christian Church formerly of
Walnut, Iowa. - -
Q.X. Carpenter, R. F.1D. 8, Sa
lem, Oregon; formerly of Dayton,
Wash. ... v
B. II. Smiti, 541 Center St.
formerly of Marshf.ield, Oregon. "
. V MV Engelbesten, 138ft Shipping
St., formerijf of Sterling City. Cal
Ifprnia. ., v
'.Valentine Boatwright, R. F- D.
5. Box 13, formerly of Seattle,
Wash. ' ' " - '
Mary Yager, Silvertoh, Oregon,
formerly of San Luis Obispo, Calif?
Frank Judsori1390 N.f2l6t St.;
formerly of Medford, Oregon.
.;- P. Syverson, 205 S. 22nd SU
formerly of Marshfield, Oregon.
' ' Anna Abersold. 211 Miller, St..
formerly of Glendale. Calif.
L. H. Whltted, 2630 Lee St.,
formerly of La Grand,' Oregon.
A. E. Greer, 2503 Fairgrounds
Road,- formerly' of Longriew,
Wash. ' .
L M. Twedt. 2560 Trade St.,
formerly of La Graride, Iowa. ''
Agnes' Ricks, r 20O4 ' Lee- St,
f ormer ly of "Lubers , Colo. " '
. L. A Hawthorne. 1600 High
land Avenue, formerly of Rose:'
ille. Calif. V t
F. Clarke, General. Delivery,
formerly of El Segnndo, Calif.
' J. O. Taftt 1044 Center, St.,
formerly ofJ.Tillamook, Oregon. '
; C. ff. Crippen, 652t N. Froht St.,
formerly of Lake Andes, 5. u.
n First National Bank,- the bank
of friendship and helpfulness In
Mm of need, l Interest paid on
tlmr deposlta.1 Open a Account
and watch your noney crow. ()
Buster Brown Shoe Store. ' High
class, "stylish looking; eomfort giv
ing; iQhg- wearinlr.'shoea"foi the
least money, come ana oe convinc
ed.' 1 2 5 K. Com'L " " C
- Russell Sandridge.2390 Fourth
St., formerly of Salt Lake City;
Utah, '" :"J '- - -r.t? ' - -n -M.rs.Mary
Shutt, 1250, N. 16th,
St., formerly of San Diego. Calif.
; TJohn '5raham, 660 'N. Cottage
St Jf or inerly of Sea tile Wash.
K '"3,iW!' MubB,' Salem. Oregon,
formerly at Bray,, Calif.
Mrs. Bernard White, 470 N.
Church St; formefly of Denver,
R. E. Dodd, 1484 State St.,
formerly of Spokane,. Wash.
J. W. Young, General Delivery,
formerly of Oakland; Calif.
,C- G. Smith, .R. j. D. 4, Box
113, A A. formerly of Florence,
Martin Hensel. 2313 Hazel Ave.,
formerly of Lodi, Calif.
Miss Leatha Honig. Box 116.
Salem, Oregop, formerly of North
. ; Wm- -Patton, 555 N. 14th St.,
formerly of Columbus, Ohio
. II. L. Lyons, 199 S. Liberty St.,
formerly of Venice, Calif.
E. P. "Wood, Cr. Oregon Pulp &
Paper. Co.. formerly of New York;
-D. W. Ireland, 14.05 N. 17th St,
fATtperly of Prinevllle, Oregon.
I D. Clark, R. F. D. 5, Bbx 85,
formerly of Athena, Oregon.
qep. M. Williams. R. F- D- 7.
Box 26. formerly of Ontario, Ore.
i. W. Harbert, R. F. D. 3. Sa
lem, Oregon, ' formerly of River
Len Covert, 1097 N. Winter St.,
formerly of Cheyenne, Wyo.
i'HV'A. Uhlenbrach, 925 N. Win
ter St.Iormerly of Greenbay, Wis.
Thps. Roen. 1070 Saginaw, St,
formerly of Duluth, Minn.
Wm. Ullrey, 945 S. 12th St.,
formerly of Portland, Oregon.
""J.'' H. Dorman, 1272 Flr St.
formerly of Fall. City,' Oregon-
Henry Cooper, 1790 Fairground
Road, formerly of Nebraska.
J. B. Cosman, 596 N. High St.,
formerly of Boise, Idaho.
:"L.'''V.' Thomas, 1153 Madison
St.," f ormerly of Seattle, Wash.
"Mrs. J. F. Ahbott; formerly of
J. F. Hunter, 1991 Fairgrounds
Road, formerly of Walla Walla,
John Oudeans, R. F. D. 9, Box
34, formerly of Spokane, Wash.
A. E.' Wile's. 1730 N. Capital St.,
formerly of Aberdeen," S. D.
A- J. Arebart, 860 E. St, form
erly" of Lebanon Oregon.
'f. C. Woods,: 158 8 N. Capital
St., " f orme'rly ' of Independence,
Kansas." ' .
Riifus Callison. 1620 State St,
formerly of La Grande, Oregon.
C. M. Keefer, Kimball College,
formerly of Boston, Mass.
They Ma v Strike YOUR Car
. Ko" matter 'how much care you.
exercise you" are not 'entirely
. safe.' ' ' '
' Accidents can happen they, do
happen, even-"to "careful drivers.
You don't have ta, think twice
. to realize the value of such in
surance, so don't delay insure
BOW.' ' - . '
7 "LSSURK AND BE SURE'
Powers Insurance Agency
U. S.ati Bank Bldg. Pfume 607
1 1 ; -,-
Mrs: Hallie McDearmid," R. F. D.I
1, -Salem.' ' Oregon;- formerly of
Denver, Colo. " " ;
J. M.' Herberger, 1160 S. Com
mercial St., formerly of Council
Mrs. P. J. Lester. 2390 Brooks
Ave., formerly of Iowa.
III IB FIB
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Store. 0 u arte.rs in New
Structure Almost Ready '
With a date set for completion
of . BUgh's. new Capital theater
approaching, the building looks
more ' tike - a finished 'structure
every day. All scaffolding has
been removed from the High
f street side of the building and
glass 'has been 'put in . the store
and office-windows'" so that they
are 'nearly ready foVoccupahcy.
'A inarq,ue has been built over
the sidewalks' on' High and State
streets" in front "of, the store
building, and the sidewalk has
beep bnilt oyer, in a fancy pattern
with two colors. -- '. v
All the decorative terra cotta
r im Ijl ' -111
V Prodnct i
: l40p Protection If or a ??Dajr
v In ho otner way, nor for so smalLaostVcmabsotute '
security for one's valuable papers 'or; possessions be v
obtained comparable with the use. of a'Safety1 Deposit
box:' - -w i! . ;4
' llie United States National offers you freedom from
- wryand 100 Protection for the remarkably low -
cost of a penny a day. "."' ' .
r,Who would be without such economical safety insur
ance? 'We are gure you woilld hotarrange, then, for
a'Box today."', v ! .
work onthe'outside'or the'build-
tng has been-'f inlshea. - - --''
Decorators are buar on the in
terior of f thaociioT;aa, which
ueing': oeauunea in ,a r iorennn
pattern; The "big organ 1 ha3 v ar
rived and is Installed, on an ele
vator which will lift it to the level
of the stage when the' otganist
plays a solo. ' :r "
"Many of the companies which
intend 'to occupy store ? space . In
the new building are ready to
move their wares ' In whenever
word is given that they are ready.
Many of the offices . are being
made ready for use and the names
of the 'office Iholders are being
painted on the windows,
The steel'lqr, a big dome to be
buijt over 'the sidewalk In front
ot the theater has arrived and the
dome will beput upln the near
future. "It will be a replica of the
state house dome.
The Cherry City Baking Coa
bread.1 pies and cakes are of high
est quality. One of Oregon's most
sanitary bakeries. Visit it. Worth
while. A Salem show place. ()
The Marlon Automobile Co. The
Sttidebaker, the world's greatest
automobile value. Operating cost
small. Will last a lifetime, with
care. Standard coach $1415. ()
The Opera House Drug Store. J
Service, quality, low prices, friend
ship . give . Increasing .. patronage.
Old 'customers ""advise ' friends to
trade here. ' High and Court. ()
The LANG ARCTIC: ah enamel, enamel trimm4
r plain ;ntckI finish la rane that fits iate r
kitpken. For KMd. aJ, ras or clactrieity, (with tat
tans fa or cloctrtc plate) Be tha complete Una of
LANG RANGES' on display at oar itaro nd aolMt
tbe one tht.' beat aaita fmax ne4a. . ' - -
H. Fl WOODRY '& SON
Auctioneers 'and. Furniture Dealers
S71 9ortlt Commercial Street .-
- f Phono T5 or lf)31-M - , '
We Duy, Sell or Exchange Furniture
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE LANG RANGE
gOD CARRIERS A5TD pUILDINO LJL
bowrm Lol Ko. 441. BMtt ,Wo."
p. m. f CaU 119 tor --
OAPITAL , TYPOORAPHIOAI wHlOX
K: S10 iWidant. O. . V aoa-
ad Satmrday. :00 . au. . i-
CARPENTER8 TJXJOII Xiil9-J
reataent; wm. o-emi. w.w.--j-.
Had BMBaAies rpraiafe
n. mum a kw.
HOTEL ASD ; KESTAUBANT
p!7MS 1ms1 45a. r tMrd Monday,
- 45T Cwt. HM1 Fiwe. wfry.t
BALE it UNI02f. -,UlBBlii LIE AG UK.
-. MoeU at Labor HaU on eaU f proti--4ont.
- . W. Soars, MrUry, Box
44a, Ealem. Or. ; - , k
rRATUtNALOKDEB OF EAGLES, moat
ry WodBeadar, Fraternity HaU. fi,
M. Wlllott, - Soo'y. Tai. M i k
KNIOHT8 OP FTTHIA8 : HIET8 AT
Praternal HaU ararr Tmaaday araalnf.
Yiaitora inritad. H. Park Stoxf, C0.J
- Waiter Lnoa. t'of & 8.-
TZbt Oregon 3tatt5Jm3n
Published ry moraiaa; (ax cop t Ha
day) a Salam. tha capiUl of Oragwu
Pally r Suadsy
nia per word
6 eanta per vrd,
On tin - 1 11 1 .
X no. dailr and 8aa SO eanta per word,
- In-order to earn the mora taan one
time rate. dtarUaoment nbrt iu la
eonaeenti've iaaaoe. - ? i
. No AA token (or loea tkan SSe.
'Ada. ran Sandaj ONLT eaarfad at
oae-tiiA rata. t.v
Advartlhemanta (ezeopt Paraonala
nd SitaaUont War.tedi will be take
for the telephone it the ndTertiMr 1
a anbacribor 4o pkona. . .. - -r
Tao Sutownar. ' will. raeeiTa adTar
tlseteeatet at any Hima ot the day or
nifht. To Inanre proTer claatiGe:
'tioaa edi ihold-be U.frefora t p. a,.
- . . TELEPHONE 23 O i4
SEAL E STATS
T. K. FORD
(Over Ladd Bnah Baakl
HON EST AOVESTI SIN O Thee eol
as mas-, be kept free front aaythlnf .
( qnoationabio nature. Xiarepraaen.t
tatibhe IrtU not be tolerated,- laior!
nation-sbowinf any qoeatioaable la
tent -"oa the part ( the advertise .
should be reported to this aews-:
paper or the Salem Ad elab.
SEE US FOB TOP AND PAINT WORK
O. J. Hull Auto Top and Paint Bboa
S6T fl Commercial. 6alfl
2elp W suited
HOP PICKERS, WANTED 3 MIL
. north of Salem, on. DarraiN
bopa.' Lee II in g Hop Yard. Rt.
WANTED TWO NEAT APPEARING
ana-or womea to aell nationallr adrer
tiaed g-enaina silk hosiery and linjerio. .
Exceptional opportunity. Box -97
tirante Pass, Orjron- - - a2i-
HOP PI OK ESS 'WANTED. WILLIAMS
.-at . Ti acker Hop Yard. Trucks lesre
east end of bridge at 8:S0 A. AC Pboae
115E12. . - i4tf
EXPERIENCED SALESPEOPLE WANT"
ed at Director's Department Btors
Call: -Monday morning. . 8S1I
PART OR FULL TIME WORK ER8
men or women who can - make- Bi
money In a- memnershrp' drire fot
The ifaresbees. See - PeiV tne Mto
eabee Man. Room Seven over Pry's
Dmr store. 9S20
Belp WaateA-3CaO 11
WAITED MESSENGER. WESTERS
'Union. ' ' ' ' - - llststf
W ANTEDv-fARM ER, FARMER'S SOI '
or man' at nre r soon aa barveet1a
over to travel in country; - Steady work;
Good profits. .McCONNON ft COM
PANV. Depa. 29S. Winona. Mian.- --
- . ' . ;. . ltKta.
Help Wsvnted Fexnal 13
; 1,? L-.'-i-:;.
LADIKS MAKr- 2.0O FOR TitRBE
hours WORK at 'HOME. No Selling.
wnu siampea envelope ' tor part ten lara
Room l,Ohicax. .
EARN .$30.00 - WEEKLY IN SPARE
time addressins; envelopes at home. Ex-
. perienee unnecessary. Ordinary : clear
handwriting. ; Write promptly.' Crown
Maiiins; Bureau; 1205 Pontine Bid-..
Chkseo. j;, ; -.. V-'M-; :13lt
LADIES WE PAY 115 PER loo Tit
- Oreetinc- Cards, - free - -prtictilara
. . auuKT.., cu ciirr. 4 jr,Ti ne vara,
VDept;K Lelinffton A.V N. Y.
WOMEN r MAKE JMONEY SEWINrt
Children a Dresses, Bungalow A prom.
Experienre unneceasary. 7 Materials'
cut. instruct iona fuxnished, Radfield
Mfg. Co., 140 West.4.!B(t St, New
York.'- . J3il
Has His Price
WOULD $50M TO 10,000 YEARLY -.
INTEREST .YOU f . ,
District ManaiTer. capable T and re
sponsible. - Opportunity for hard work
era.., Exceptionally large commissions
P,f-: Specialty line dirett to men. Jn
dlTidoal aalesmea also wanted. Write
:jor detail. Grnerai Service ( ., Maau
facrusers, t4223 Lincoln Avenue. iChi
eago. 111. . v ....... 15.19
A-PAYING POSITION OPEN TO BEP
reaentative of character. Take 'orders
ahoea hosiery : direct to wearer. Good
, . income- Permanent. -Write now' Tan
ners Shoe Mfg. Co, - 822. Mohawk Bid-..
uruina, vrrcgou. : 15l
LIOHTNING STRANGE BATTERY.COM
pouna. Charges dischrged natttries
instantly,- Elimtastea .old method' en-
tirely.- Gallon free to egenta. Ford
Batteries 5.20. -Lightning ' Co., St.
anl.. Miniu - - , , ... ..I5sl
Hand Tailored ;
.f ,?0rni'd "finest "rslncs fa America.
All-wool band tailored suit. 'Un lined
IMIS ' 23.?3 - and ' $29.73 reiatl.
Mght dny delivery guaranteed, Big
gci romtni skns nd bonuses.- thjr
financial! reRpootubiiity guaranteed by
.largest Chicago Hanks. Large -utf it
J reo ttt Tesponsible men. - HKNRY
ADAMS- CO.rDep , 484. lttt tn
dutna A.el t hire go. j 1519'
. " . i -1
'" : ' " Area ti Wan ted IT,
AGENT8 WANTK-- TO DISTRIBUTR
i.kampitrs,, big money, ikW- metbnd Write
. qmclc, - Dana,- Bg 3, gta. D4 New,
"Xvr.k " .V " 17ll"