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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEH, OREGON "1
FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEJIBER 5, -1926
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Buy Your American-Legion Tickets for Armistice Day Here
WOCAL NtiWS IN BRIEF
Portland Driver Fined
-: ?CarI . Anderson of ' Portland
pleaded : guilty to a charge of
speeding a truck - in the justice
court -yesterday. and was lined $10.
He was arrested by G. D. Wat
kinds, state traffic officer.
Imported WiAow Clothes Baskets
i SaU only, 8c -"dese-Powers.
IB. J. Ma'nnlng of Portland for
feited 1 50 bail In the Justice court
ysteterday. when he tailed 'to ap
pear in answer to a charge of
speeding 'a stage and a charge of
crowding, the front seat of a stage.
Ifi Your Ante
Has electrical trouble, take It
to Vtek '. Brothers, - electrical ex
rolk Clerk Visits
, H.'Q. Black,-Polk county clerk,
was In Salem - yesterday on busi
ness. Mr... Black's office was the
first to Ale complete official elec
tion returns In the state.
other is operating a motor vehicle
with an improper Bpot light. Bail
of 1.25 has' been posted on each
charge and the case has been con
tinued for hearing.
Vick Brothers Giro 8-Hoi
. Service on battery recharge.
I have a large lot traded In and
reverted good phonographs, Vic
tors, ' Edtsons, Columbias, Bruns
wicks and others, $40 to $75. See
one. of these And hear them with
a new loud speaker. Geo. C. Will,
432 State street. n5
Error- f n - Miller's - Ad
. $1.98 instead of $1.48 is the
price1 of the silk .tapestry, scarfs
&ertised in; Capital Journal. n5
May Buy NorthwcaSwru- s ?: i i
. Several Salem shippers are con
sidering the purchase of the
steamer Northwestern, running
bjetween here and Portland. A
meeting was held Wednesday night
at the chamber of commerce to
consider the matter. Operation of
the steamer. is said to save ship
pers about $75,000 a year in re
duced freight rates.
Electric Sandwiches. . .
tAll the new kinds.' The Bps;
ttCVerne Hamilton -
-I Physician 'and "surgeon" has lo
cated in Salem with offices is the
new Bligh buildings flours 10 to
12;. 1 to 5; 7 to f. Office phone
1394. Res. phone 14 $1 n-23
Fereshetian Gives Talk
Rev. Martin Fereshetian of this
city spoke on "American Funda
mentals" Tuesday before the Dal
las Woman's club. He stressed
the importance of ' the home.
church, school, and right of franchise
Hospital Benefit Bazaar
" Buy your Xmas gifts at bazaar.
Otto ' Wilson's garage, today and
Piano for Sale v
Large . eastern piano manufac
turer has fine piano here that
siust ba soid. imtttsdiaUelju. SX0
rionUdz will handle. If interested
Interested in a real piano buy,
write me at once for particulars.
D. F. Williams, factory ad just or,
care Statesman office. n5
Monson: Funeral Today
The funeral of O. Monson, fath
er of Harold Monson and Mrs.
Elmer Armstrong of this city, will
be held in Newberg today. Inter
ment will be in the City View
cemetery in Salem.
To Dedicate School
Dr. Carl Gregg Doney, president
of Willamette university, will go
to Roseburg November 19 to at
tend the dedication services ot a
new high school building there.
Dr. Doney will be the principal
speaker on the program.
Fox Terrier Pnps
For sale. Petland,
Rex Shine Parlors
Will be open all day Sundays.
We clean and dye all kinds of
shoes. Also hats cleaned and
If you want a classy road
' ster see oar Maxwell, with
new tires, new paint and a
car that will satisfy.
Oar price is S350.0O
Business Women's Dan
Members of the Salem Business
and Professional Women's club
wUl sponsor a dance at 8 o'clock
this evening in Derby hall. Sev
eral tables of progressive "500"
will also be in play.
Boston Ball Pups
Petland, 273 State.
Meetings Are Held
About 50 boys were present at
meetings of the Pioneer, Comrade
and Friendly Indian Boys' clubs
of the Jason Lee Methodist church
at the church building last night.
Special f 2.95 Electric Heaters
Halik & Eoff. n7
Clarence Osterman of Salem,
mechanic, and Lillyan L. Harvey
also of Salem obtained a mar
riage license at the office of the
county clerk yesterday.
On and After Nov. 1, 1026
The Black Cat will te open un
til 11:30 p. m. every evening. n7
Speeder Is Arrested !
M. B. Gentry of Portland -was
arrested by local police officers
Thursday night on a charge - -of
Time to Plant Pansy Plants
Darwin tulip bulbs, small size
lc each. Petland, 273 State. n5
Overtime Parkers Are Fined
, Persons fined $ 1 apiece in police
court yesterday on charges of
overtime parking include Johnson
Service company, A. C. Sample,
Paul Tragllo, Dr. C. U. Schenck
and J. Patterson.
The Spa Is Now Serving
AH the new electric sandwiches.
Over forty kinds. o!6tf
Car owners, consult Mr. Gilbert,
mechanical expert, for your re
pairs. vMacDonald Auto Co. n7
Traffic Offenders . Fined
L. M. Alsman was fined $5 in
police court yesterday on a charge
of speeding. Earl Proffer and F.
D. Proffer-,. truck drivers, were
fined 'fjS apiece on failing to stop
charges. Both drove their trucks
by the same stop sign.
Imported Willow Clothes Baskets
Sat. only, 89 c. Giese-Powers.
Battery Dead? ? ?
Leave car at Vick Brothers In
morning when you go to work add
get car at 5 p. m. Battery fully
charged. ' - . - n7
And repairing. . , Giese-Ppwers
furniture Co. ' a2tf
Electric Heaters, S2.05
Special. Halik & Eoff.
Mrs. Babcock Awar ' J -
, Mrs. Babcock of this city has
Kono to Oregon City for a few
days. While . there she attended,
the, funeral services tor, her sister-in-law,
Mrs. WB. Pratt. V
Rev. Cora Klncannon Smith
Famous spiritualist' medium, at
New Salem .hotel. Readings daily,
9 a.-in. -10 p. m. 'Free lecture Sun
day, 8 -p. m, room nndex. Crystal
Garden.;' - , n5
McKey WiU Speak
Miles McKey, assistant -attorney
general,! WUl ' dtscuss the". Officers
Reserve Corps .at the Lions clutt
luncheon, this oo;ivj-f
Biadio Headquarters, 175 8, High
: Radio sets, parts, poles, acces
sories, service. Call 1935.. nS
VJnit in Amity .
Jlr, and Mrs. A. H Wyatt spent
"""Tuesday in Amity "as guests of
their daughter, Mrs,; W. R. Os
borne. - ' :
Bote! Marion ;
Dollar dinner, served 5:45 to S
tvery evening. . ; J2tf
NsstWQ, charges in the. Justice
-ouri, niea oy j,. ' j.- Mcwanon,
Speeding is one charge, and the
16T D Street Telephone ttlt
1 UndewoodTypevvritcr Co.
Direct Tactory Branch -Bit
Oowt St. .Phone SSa
Typewriter Ksated, Bold.
Special rental rates io Students
Br.Toiiey"tb Speak 7 f
Dr. Carl Gregg Doney, presi
dent of Willamette university, will
speak in Portland November 12
at a celebration of the birthday
of Samuel" Simpson, Oregon poet,
who was graduated from, the uni
versity in 1865. Mr. Simpson
died in 1900.
Completed line ; .of .
M on area n.j.eciric itanges . at
HamUton's. - Va21tf
Another" Shipment. ' ' -
I nave received nouer ?snip-
ment of the? new Columbia Vival
Tone phonographs. 1' vCome. - and
hear them. They are better. Geo.
C. Will, 432 State street n5
Men Arrested ;
John Nolen and F. A. Thomas
were arrested by local police of
fleers Wednesday night on xhaxges
of being intoxicated. John Sweeney
was arrested for speeding and
Donald McCulloch for a traffic
violation. ; v
Have Ton Dined and. Danced
, At Salem's new exclusive hih-
crest Inn? a Hoffmanns, orchestra.
Open until 2 a. tcu Five miles north
on Pacific highwayi TeL35F4.a5
30,000 choice" Holland Bulbs
on Sale Friday to Monday.
Tulips - Hyacinths - Crocus
Prices Cut for. Quick Salel
t-i i- Good Varieties - :
fe First Size Bulbs ' ' o-
1?S Soot hi Commercial Street
- s Half Slock South of Ladd
" i 1 ; Bush Bank
, . - 1 ' ' .
- v Established 1868 i .
i zf-: .-0 m
Office Hoars from 10 sw'm, te S p. as.
Big Redaction Sale on
Hats, starting Tuesday and last
ing all week. Larsen's Millinery,
next to Dixie Bakery). n2tf
Holiday Gtven-fe; : 1 S
A holldaye wul4e- given WiUam
ette university students all day to
day so tney car prepare ior ine
nomecoming,:aayproBram torn or
Sterlinsr Robert Warner died at
a Local hospital Nov. 4 at the age
of 37 years. The body is in charge
of the Webb funeral parlors. Fun
eral announcement later.
Lydia L. Peterson, age 25, died
in this city Wednesday. She is
survived by Jier mother, Mrs.
Louise 'Peterson, and a sister
Emma Jetersonr both ot Portland,
and . two brothers, Carl and Oscar
ol lohe. The body vai forwarded
to Portland for Interment by Rig-
don & .Son.
i , Kindlesparger
Thomas Klndlesparger died at
a local hospital yesterday at the
age of - 63; The -body is being
forwarded to Marshfield for inter
raent by Rigdon & Son.
"and'Drder, with Tevcr
ence and & sacred
' ""servke; simple" and
complete in all its ten
derness for bereave-
-. ment. , .
Webb's Funeral parlors
1 - - Telephone 120 '
TER WILLI G ERS
Perfect Funeral Servlee
For Less J-.
Licensed Lady Mortician'
- 770 Chemeketa Street ,
VHligreed English Bull Pups
Petland, 273 State.
T VISITORS REPORTED T
; IN SALEM
J. Erickson of Astoria was a
Salem visitor Thursday.
P. O. Horde and Ervin O. Koser
were among the Silverton resi
dents in this city Wednesday.
F- Blackburn of Grants Pass
was in this city Thursday.
C. A. Rickabangh, a resident of
Eugene, spent Thursday night in
G. E. Tabor, d Marshfield resi
dent, spent Thursday night in Sa
lef. Ralph Oliver of Eugene was In
this city Thursday.
! Among the out ot town visitors
in this city Thursday night was
S. M. Zeller of Corvallis.
W. P. Ward and son of Brook
ings were in this city Thursday.
Fred L. Chandler of Eugene
was a Salem visitor Thursday.
H. E. King of Victor Point was
a Salem visitor Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W.'W. Finley. resi
dents of Klamath Falls, were in
this city Wednesday.
Harold Parks of Eugene was in
this city Thursday.
Orville Faulkner, resident of
Fisher, has been taken to a local
hospital for medical treatment.
Mrs. J. E. Clark and daughter.
Nedra. residents of Roseburg, are
visitors in this city.
P. O. Hoode of Silverton was in
this city Thursday.
Mrs. W. J. Mulkey Jr., and
daughter. Monmouth residents,
were in this city Wednesday.
Mrs. 11. E. McHaleB was in this
city Thursday. Her home is in
WORKERS FIND SEVEN
BODIES IN IRON MINE
(Continued from pg 1.)
Itpse of the swamp bottom licked
Hgher and higher at his feet. His
boots were coated with mud when
he emerged. Three Companions
Vv ho started with him were caught
either by rising mud or falling
debris In the shaft.
A memorial service for the seven
miners whose bodies were recover
ed was being nianned. All the
bodies will probably be buried Sat
urday with services in their vari
ous churches or in undertaking
No more bodies had been re
covered tonight. That those of
the seven were not also entombed
was due to the"; surge of mud
which ; buried, their 'comrades.
The battered bodies were brought
to the top of the shaft by the flow.
and there recovered. .
FATHER KILLS CHILDREN
ESCANABA. Mich., Nov. 4.-
(AP) Believed to have become
suddenly insane due to grief over
the death of his wife. Joseph Kain,
31. today killed his two small chil
dren and then committed suicide.
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