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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 21,1926
Candy is always appreciated
and makes a very nice gift or
an extra gift for ; someone
you especially like.
Onlf the Best
H Everybody,- Wants j
weens t We OUL ORUG Go. products?
LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF
f Truffle Offender Caught County Court A way-
John H. Dundore and G. R. I Mra. Nona F. White, county
Welsh, both ol Portland, are juvenile officer, is the only mem
charged in 'Justice court here withiber of the county court on duty
speeding. C. Manson of Corvalllal Judge Hunt and Commissioners
U charged with driylng a car with J Smith and Porter are in Portland
improper license plates, and A. I attending the county judges and
M. Parsons oi.uerYals was nnea
30 on a similar charge yesterday.
A white female .kitten. Return
465 Cenlcr. Phone 10 4Q-R. Re
ward. . d21
ft-tlgwirk. Poit to Meet
Come Down to the Corner
Of Liberty and ferry and see
the beautiful display of potted
plants from A. D. Smith's green
houses. A most complete stock
of Xmas plants. d24
Junior Doard Meets
Plans for the YMCA New Year
celebration were discussed at a
meeting last night of the YMCA
junior board. New members were
elected to take the place of two
who had resigned.
Pure Linen Handkcrcliiefs
One-fourth inch hem. 19c. G.
V. Johnson Co. d21
Members" of Sedgwick post are Open Evening Till Nine-
requested to meet at Webb's fune
ral parlors , on Tuesday. Dec 21,1
at 2 o'clock to attend the funeral
of our late comrade, S. R. Bond.
'j. J. Newmye, commander.
Silk Four-ln-Hand Tlca
Delayed shipment. Extra spe
cial. 88c. G. W. Jotinson Co.. 469
State street. ; '. d21
Cradle Roll Today
The First Methodist church will
hold its annual cradle roll party
for children today under 4 years.
and .their mothers. The affair will
begin at 2:30 o'clock.
1027 Calendars Free, Homer tH.
Smith- laa Agency,,OTr Millers.
- r . idl9tf
. L0 Girl Presents DH'i-f;
Svccompanied by her gran d mot h
- rr and carrrina a larce doll In her
arms, a little rirl who refused to I Salem Pythian Lodge Will Meet
rivn her" n.rno lenMrmi at the I In McCornack hall, -orer Mil
Salem Associated Charitfes yes-1 ler's store, on New Year's night.
terday saying she had read in.theland on subsequent Saturday nig hU
papers of some poor 'little Salem
girls who had neter had a dolL
She stated that " the' newspaper
stories had made her cry," and she
wanted this doll to bo given, to
Home little girl Who had never had
one before.- Mrs.; Young s aress-
ing the doll, after which It will
be devoted to- the purpose -for
which it was presented.
at regular hour.
Division Will Meet
About 40 young men are ex
pected to attend a, banquet and
meeting tonight of the young
men's division of the YMCA. Al
bert Henninescn. newly elected
president, will be in 1 charge
Christmas songs will be sung.
Open Evenings Till Nine
Until Christmas. Giese-Powers
n n n i
Brand new Star, choice of
any model. Never been run,
sold or licenced. Not a aec
ond IuukI ear. Equip it
any way qu wish.
Here ix a rhance to get.
new Star at a big discount.
Phone 1841 280 South. High
Speeder Is Fined K - i
G.'Ktffner of rotfte ?, arretted
Saturday by state traffic officers
on a charge of speeding-, pledded
guilty rn justice court here Yes
terday and was 'fined $15.
Silk Four-in.Hand Ties-;
'Delayed shipment Efettra spe
cial. 88c.' G. W. Johnson Co., 4 89
SUte street. d21
On -National Commission
H. H. Corey, chairmtan of the
public service commfcslon. has
been appointed a memtibr of .the
executive committee of the Na
tional Association pf Raiif oad and,
Utility commissions. Henry G
Wells of Massachusetts Is chair
man of the executive committer.
One Parker Fined
C. J. Collier was lined $1 in
police' court yesterday on a charge
of parking all night in a public
10-Room House Fully Equipped
For rent; furniture for sale at
big sacrifice. Must be sold be
fore we take inventory. Immedi
ate possession. Call owner at
School Gives Program
The Auburn school will render
a program i nursday evening at
7" 30 o'clock to which friends' and
patrons of the school are invited.
Numbers of the program are as
follows: Song, by the primary
room; dialogue, "Christmas Sur
prise"; carol, "Christmas Shop
pers"; dialogue, "No. Christmas in
the House"; pageant. "The Spirit
of Christmas," followed by several
Open Evenings Till Nine
Until Christmas. Giese-Powers
.. .A lOO IVr Cent Whole Wheat
Bread at Last. No white ' flour
added; made by the Better Yet
Baking Co. and sold at all grocera.
Hear A. H. Mat M Ulan of
New York, free lecture tonight
at Grand theater. d21i
Estate Value Set
Letters testamentary filed in the
probate court give the valuation
Of the estate of the latd R. R.
Ryan as $4,000. There ate three
heirs, a widow and two sains.
No Money Down on Pianos
And phonographs;, start -paying
next year. The Portland Music
Co.. 355 N. High St. d20
RABBIT BREEDERS PLAN : 0'JS v.
TO HOLD DISTRICT MEET Booth of Kooskia. Idaho. Funeral
(Cvatiaud trom 1) I services Wednesday. Dec ZZ, at
10:30 a. m. from the Christian.
California is now the leading state I church at Turner. Interment in
in the Falsing of rabbits. 1 Twin Oaks cemetery, under the
The. government Is taking an I direction of Rigdon & Son.
interest in the industry now. by
placing a man on full time iromi Nystrum
the biological survey to study the! At Chemawa, Dec. 20, Fred Ny
problexns of the industry and pass 1 strum. Remains at Rigdon's mor-
the information on to the breed-1 tuary.
ecs. The department of agrlcul
Utre is also interested, as evi
denced by the enclosed folder. Sa
lem should have a larger share in
this growing industry, and we
Jean DeCarlow O'Neil, age 19
years, at the family home Dec. 19,
545 Court street. She is survived
by her husband V. G. O'Neil, her
il. ,lf parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. De-
iu juu. uoc aa jw oc 1 , . , T1 C- o
it mignt aiso interest you to
Widow's Dower Set Astide
Through a decree in the circuit
court, a widow s dower has been
set aside from the estate of the
late Judge W. H. Downing tor
his widow, Josephia Hi Downing.
16-Room House Fully
For rent; furniture
a big sacrifice. Must
fore we take inventory.
r Fa?e at
The following Salem schools
have just received 100 per cent
membership certificates from the
National Teachers' association of
Washington, D. C. Garfield, Lin
coln, Highland, McKinley, Grant
and Richmond. This is the fourth
successive year for the Richmond
and the fifth for the Garfield.
iletliany to Entertain
W W. Fox. Marion county rural
school supervisor, visited the
Bethany school Monday, giving a
very favorable report of conditions
found there. Mr. Fox states that
the Bethany school is preparing to
put on a Christmas program which
will be given in the Bethany
church, to which the coiamanitH
Choice Holly for Sale
In City View cemetery.
An $8,000 Home, Vacant
Reasonable terms. Has every
modern feature, including living-
room 28x15, hardwood floors all
over nouse, electric water neater
wired range, room 2 cars, blind
light fixtures, inlaid linoleum
landscaped, 2 pavings paid, scree
etc. 1 his t rooms with nooK a
glassed in sleeping porch. Tlifis
on beauty view lot at 1820 Fair
mount street. Becke & Hendricks,
1S9 N. High street. dC20
kjow that Four Firs Farm took
first place in the Blue Beveren
senior buck class at the national
rabbit show just completed at
Anaheim, California, last week.
We also took two third places on
Blue Beverens at the Portland
show last week.
Yours for more and better bun
nies for the Salem district.
F. Howard Zinser.
Salem, Ore., Dec 17, 1926.
Mrs. W. B. Oliver of Klamath
Falls: a sister, Mrs. W. B. Oliver
of Klamath Falls; a sister, Mrs.
J. EL Patterson of Palo Alto. Cal.;
a sister. Miss Irma DeCarlow of
Medford. and a brother, Leland
DeCarlow of Plnehurst, Or. Fune
ral services will be held from the
Webb funeral parlors Tuesday at
3:30, Rev. Jewett officiating. In
terment City View cemetery.
Mr. Zinser. who is a man well
trained for his work, and indus
trious and enterprising, is manag
er of the Four Firs Farm, Rt. 8,
Box 69, Sa4em, breeding Blue
Beverens and Chinchillas. This
farm has already a good start in
rabbit breeding, and the awards
mentioned show that the stock is
fine. ' The Four Firs Farm is near
the paved county market river
roakl and the point where it joins
witfh the road running past the
stafte school for deaf mutes.
(The above is gladly printed,
hfoth for its news value, and with
tpie idea of doing everything pos
sible for the development of this
Andtfttry in the Salem district. Our
teection is better adapted to the
breeding of rabbits on-a commer-
Viai scale than most parts of Cali
fornia. The United States depart-
f ment of agriculture does well in
taking a major interest in the in
dustry, for the time is approach
ing when our growing population
will make it necessary to have re
course to more fo"Dd sources in or
der to make this country self con
tained in food supplies. Every en
couragement ought to be given to
the rabbit breeders here in ex
panding their industry. Ed.)
At McMinnville, Dec. 19, S. R.
Bond, age 83. Survived by four
sons, William A. and OJbun. of
Salem; E. Austin of New York
city, and Harry B. of Dayton, Or.;
and calming conven
iences that tend to lift
the heart bowed down,
with a discreet service
tempered to all needs
Webb's Funeral Parlori
one brother, Jeremla of St. Louis,
Mo.; one sister, .Matue J3. vvneei
er of Seattle, and 16 grandchild
ren. i Funeral services will bo field
from the Webb funeral parlors
Tuesday, at 2 1 o'clock. Rev. Mr.
Gillespie officiating. Interment in
City View cemetery. '
Funeral services for Mrs. Chris-'
tina Mattson, age 46 years, wife of
Charles Mattson, will be held on
Tuesday, Dec. 21, at 2:30 p. m.
from -the Rigdon mortuary. In
terment Jason Lee cemetery. -
Funeral services for the late
John Andrew Rench ; will be held
from the Webb funeral parlors on
Wednesday at 2 p. m., Rev. Dr.;
Tully officiating. Interment in
City View cemetery. '1
w mm m a w
i - . f 11
the wonder Jiorsc in
Perfect Funeral Service
Licensed Lady Mortician
779 Chemeketa Street
Traffic Offense Numerous
Persons arrested by local police
over the week-end on traffic vio
lation charges were Okey Mills
of Aumsville, speeding; Harry
Needman. route 2, .four persons
in front seat; Ernest Neuschwan
der, failing to stop, and S. P. Kent,
speeding. Neuschwander was fined
$5 in police court and Kent's driv
ers' license suspended 10 days.
Neighbors of Woodcraft
Attention: Special meeting on
Thursday, 8 p. m. at Mrs. Turner's,
355 S. 14th. d22
Culvers tn Portland-
Mr. and Mm. J. W. Culver were
in Portland Monday on a visit.
Mr. Culver is county roadmaster.
And repairing. Giese- Powers
Furniture Co. 2t
Hear A. II. Mactiillaft of
New Y6rk, free-lecture tonight
at Grand theater..
Full Line of New
money down, until next year. The
Portland Music Co 36$ N. High
street. ' d2
Denrnrrer Sustained '
Circuit Judge L. H. McMahan
d21i I ruled yesterday t6 shstaitt, demur
rer of the plaintiff in the, case-of
F. A. Bruckman vs. Josepn Heaiey
and Breiteabush Hot Springs company.-
Circuit Judge - U.1I. McMahan
granted administration papers to
O. P. Bond in the estate of Solo
mon R. Bond. Chester Cox. H R.
Crawford and C. K. .Nelson were
named as appraisers. . i ..
Iure Linen .Handkerchiefs
One-fourth inch hem, :19c G.
W. Johnson Co. - d21
Overrules Motion '
Judge Percy Keiry.Jn the case
of the- Bank of Woodburn;. vs.
Magdalene Miller. W. F. Miller,
Salem Brewing association and K.
Griffith.1 overruled the motion, of
plaintiff" to quash, execution.
Joy Gift v. ' ;
A mlr of lnru htrT ' ' PplllBll.
273 State : d 2 1 1 Special ,J)nce ChrtHtmas Ev
Want Otliers to Benefit AI
"Please publish this statement
as I want people everywhere to
know of-the wonderful benefit I
have derived from the use of Fo
ley Pills, a diuretic stimuplant to
the kidneys." Mrs. A. G. Wells,
Rocky Mount. N. Car long suf
fered, physical distress and that
'always tired" feeling which re
sults when kidneys and bladder
are not working properly. Re
member that the "always tired"
feeling shows something physical
ly, wrong, and what Foley Pills
have done for others, they can do
for you. Sold at Capital Drug
Dok License 1
Employes of the county clerk's
office state that there is a notable
increase in applications for dog
licenses since a recent conviction
in a local justice court
Domes hall, McCoy,
At water Kent One-Dial Radio
For Xmas. We are able to
make last minute installations.
Vick Bros. Phone 1841. d24
Fruit Growers Visit-
Bert E.-Presnall and James
Versteeg, fruit growers of Marion.
were tn the city yesterday on bus-
InsprrtH lVnmanshin I Iness.
Mrs Maria Tfan.nn .norla 1 lckn-
resntntivo nf lha A Ptlmor TO Mice aouruUgn vurM)
company, is spending several days I StArt at once taking .Foley's
In Kalom Koovln Ho ntnrntn. I IJoney SUO 1 ar tOmpOOBO.- MSUt
Shin rlasHrxt nf Ihn funlnr hle-h nnrl I bv our own special process, it com
mnp ine cuntuie uiuucutca ui
Pine Tr affd other healing ingre
dients with the mollifying demul
cent effect of pure Hbney. It is
Hcientificallv compounded in air
tight containers, under rigid sani
lary xontrol. At contains no opt
V " - m A.
ates, no cnioroiorm; is Diana 10
the tender throat of a cnuu ana
Y Turkey Dinner
At the Gray Belle today,
also 75c plate dinner. .
Judge L. II. McMahan.. acting
for Cr Tl ntV lwAva llnnt mrnntaA
' Q t " I ... . I 1 -1..VI
the netitioB of Walter M. Smith I eneenve m sioppms iuo uuWtu
and John-'H. McNary. admfnistra-leoughs of grown persons. Alne
tors of the estate of tfie late Sarah depehdabfe family medicine. Sold
frtv holnnplni tn I Vi o.lafu Por. I ' - - t '
iniminn wqb lion onnlul TT I IIPTf I" fOUl UlUUrni
s. National i.ank. artmini.irAfnr 1 " Mrs. Stella Wilson and daughter
of the E. B. Fisher estarc, to soli I Grace, of OaklandCal.. are Tislt
an Oakland automobile, t 'llnff Mrs, Vilson a .brother.
PhMter Moore 01 eaiem. miss
n . n-kw n-mA -1 1 Wilson Is a teacher in tne caii-
For Christmas. Portland Mut'e 1 fornia scaoois.
Dollar dinner, served 5:
45 to 8
Have You Forgotten
To put a case of Stolz's Soda
water away for the children on
Christmas day? We have all fiav
ors, pure and wholesome; sz a
case, delivered. Return bottles
after Christmas and get one dollar
back. Order through your gro
cer. Phone 20, Gideon StoU Co.
Loter Hound Over
K. F. Loter, held on a statutory
charge . involving a 15-year-old
Parrish junior high school girl,
waived preliminary hearing in
justice court here yesterday and
was bound over to the grand jury.
Radio Headquarters, 175 S High
Radio sets, "parts, poles, acces
soriesService, call" 193 5. d21
Reed Student Returns
Helen Pettyjohn, who is taking
a course at Keea college, is ex
pected to arrive today to spend
the holiday vacation with Jier
mother. Mrs. Winnie Pettyjohn.
Jutt What You Have Been
Waiting for, 100 per cent whole
wheal bread at your grocers. d21
TlirtM- Tlwftt Reported
A Ford coupe, license No. 115-
395, owned by William Koch of
Woodburn. was stolen, from Cot
tage street Sunday, according to
a report made at local police
headquarters. A Willard battery
was taken from a car owned by
Warren Keeney, and a scooter car
from a porch at 815 D street.
Complete Line of
Monarch Electric Ranges at
Will Go to Idaho-
Rex Pickering, Victor Carlson.
Henry Oberson, Kenneth Lawson
and G. Stoneman, students at Wil
lamette university and Kimball
School of Theology; will go to
points in Idaho and eastern Wash
ington for the Christmas holiday.
Mrs. Gerald Newton of Im
pendente was a week-end visi
F. E. Uilson of Tillamook s
Saturday night in Salem. J
J. II. Ryan of Bend' is a visitor
in this city.
Mrs. Minnie Richards of Wood-
burn spent Saturday in this city. -
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Helvey siient
the week-end in this city. TJneir
home is in Valsetz. .
M. H. Larson of Silverton 'and
D. Ferguson of Creswell werfe In
this city Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Russell.
Cottage Grove residents, were in
this city Sunday morning. j
George Downing of Lyons ifc a
Itecent visitor here. J
f J NEW .(.CORPORATION! I
The Union Hill Nut and Fruit
company, with capital stock of
15000 andheadquarters in Salem,
has been incorporated by Wallace
Il.t Bonesteele, Gertsude Bone-
steele and J. W. Phillips.
Other articled filed in the state
corporation department yesterday
Bergstrom Steel company, Port
land; capital Mock reduced from
$44,000 to $22,000.
Beaver Cloak & Suit company.
Portland; capital stock increased
from $50,00.0 to .375,000.
100 per cent whole wheat bread
sold by your grocer. d21
Christmas Program Coming
The annual Christmas program
of the Rotary club will be held
Wednesday noon. No , regular
speaker has been scheduled, but
Charles Archerd and Max Page
will be in charge of the 'program.
The Schubert octette will sing.
355 N. High.
Stalls New Piano. -
i The physical education: depart-
inrnt of ilia. Kalom 'litrb . wr.hnol
boasts the acquisition of a .sew
J piano. : ' -
it!!. S 05.00 up. Complete
t' Easy terms. ! Portland " Music
Co.. 365 N. High. : o
rtnva norus lias iTogrim
The Salem boys- cnorua wm give
a crogram - oi uoruuiwa
slano Knnu. tn Mali in , , I tonight at the X MUA., VT. IU
ror 4200h Ask uny ood ear-1 Epley la director oi iucwwub.
pentcr. rooms, fumace, sre-i TZ7 - '
iti v.rwnnH I Vurnim Heated Homes
floors', wired range, water heater, I A firepUco In each and all other
ritnafmpllnn - nn nn 4nh 1 modem . ICaiUreS. i UttWU 1UUI
shadesi light fixtures, walk system
driTe, lawn seeded etc. Terms: if
desired. " See at S 50 Tamarack.
Decke tt Hendricks. .183 N. IHKh
Jobs. We have are at f zoo. to
$8,000.. Brand new. Terms if de
sired. Three are ready to occupy.
Go to Pasadena
Dr. J. D, McCormlck, 'dean of
the- Kimball School of Theology,
has "gone with his son, Kenneth,
to Pasadena, Cal.. to spend the
Christmas hdMdaysT - - ;'
F'airmount Hill Houses and Lots
Wo have 3 houses and 38 lots
listed.. Come now. Becke Sc.
Hendricks, 189 N. High St. d20
SALEM'S MOST FAMOUS
3Iade la our own candy kifehen
; fTlio sweetest gift of all
There is bo gift so flatter
ing; as a beautiful box f ull
of Spa Chocolates. N
245 BOXES OF
In original 51b. boxes
The best they make in
Light and Dark Coated
$3 per box - ;
ALL WEEK FOR
or 36c a Jb.
2 lbs. for 70c
This shipment is new anrj
fresh from the factory. The
last you get this year. ;-.
' Only at "
hJ DRUG 8TORB KJ
135 North Commercial St
" Phone 197
Original Yellow Front
The Penslar Store
McCormick steamer line plans
capacity passenger business for
Portland-South America ships.
At Zena. Polk county, Monday.
Dec. 20, John E. Phillips, age 82
years; pioneer of 1845: husband
of Mrs. Clara Phillips; , father of I
Mrs. Greta HIatt; . step-father of
C. K. Dawson. Announcement of
funeral later by Rigdon &. Son.
- At the residence, 1721 Chemek
eta street, Sunday, Dec. 19, Mrs.
Georgeann Booth, age 88 years;
mother of George F. Booth of Sa-
The Personal Writing Machine
Phone 651 421 Court, Salem
Independence School district
votes 312,000 gymnasium ' and
play shed. -
A. J. Mathis, Prep.
Office and Sales Rooms
174 S. Liberty St.
Half Block South of Salem '
Bank of Commerce
Fruit and Nut Trees
Roses, etc. V
rtarring MARIE PREVOST
cAa. AL CHRISTIE LAUGH SPECIAL
Released by froducers Distributing Corp
Oregon Now 7
CHOICE of Traub Genuine
Orange Blossom engage
ment and wedding rings is a
tribute to the judgment and
good taste of the wearer.
sai seat unmm, l
Beautiful Gift Line
Large assortment at
prices to suit all also
Come Jn and Look It Over
328 North. Commercial .
And Its Significance to Humanity
"Millions Now Living Will Kever Die"
Mr. Macmillan has recently returned from a tour of Palestine
and Europe. He-sailed for Palestine "March 12, 1925, on the
President Arthur, the first Jewish ship to go direct from New
York to Palestine, flying the Jewish flag. He brings a view of
world conditions broadened by his extensive travels. His con
viction is that present events were clearly foretold in the Scrip
tures. For many years he has given the Bible most careful
study. The lecturer will call attention to specific events that
have fulfilled prophecy, and that foreshadow, the immediate
future. - .:.'.- ?
You Arc Invited to Hear
A. H. MACMILLAN, of New York City
Lecture at GRAND THEATRE, Salem, Oregon
Tuesay, December 21, 8 :00 p. m. v
Seats Free , No Collection
- IXTEHXATIOXAL BIBLE STUDENTS ASSOCLVTIOX
BEE US FOR
First Class Watch, Clock and'
Agate Catling and Mounting
L. G. Prescott
828 North Commercial
LADD& BUSH, Bankers
Established 1868 ; '
. ' ; ; . k - .
General Banking Business
Office XIor from 10 a. aa. to S p. a.
WERNESDAY N1TE, 7 P. M.
F. N. Woodry's Auction, Market
North Summer Street Corner Norway
Groceries of all kinds; new Xmas Vases and Bowls; new
Sets Dishes; new Windsor Rockers; new Linoleum lly
square yard (measure your rooms) ; new Boilers, copper
bottoms; new Cups and Saucers; 1 Tapestry Davenport
like new; 1 Eden Electric Washer, A-l shape ;1 oak and
leather Duof old; 1 Cabinet Phonograph and records; 1
large oak China Cabinet; 1 large oak Kitchen Cabinet,
a Sellers; Electric Reading Lamp ; Bed Spring and mat
tress ; Baby. Crib and Mattress ; Lady's Desk ; Breakfast
Table ; Chairs, Rockers, Pillows, etc. '
' : ' -.. ....... i . '
Everything listed will be sold absolutely without reserve.
Be on Timc-7 P. M. Sharp :
F. N. WOODRY PHONE 511
Auctioneer and Furniture Dealer -
It's warm and cozy at Woodry's . '