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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
THURSDAY.MORNmG. rEBRVARY. 10, 1927
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Pianist to Entertain
,v Miss Eileen Johnson-Robertson,
noted pianist of Vancouver, B. C,
'"who took her early musical train
ing under Mrs. Frank;!:. Churchill
ot Salem, will present the weekly
lobby musical program at the local
YMCA Friday evening at 8 o'clock.
The publle Is invited to attend.
Five good cows and milk route.
2030 North Fifth street. flO
Opposite court house for rent.
H. I. Stin Furniture Co. m . f 12
Speaking Class Meets -'
The public speaking class at the
Salem YMCA held itsregular
meeting Wednesday evening under
the leadership of Dr. John O. Hall
of the -Willamette university fac
&alem's Most Beaulif nl Heart
Boxes, hand painted. The Spa.
i license smpenaeu
The operator's license of Frank
Blanchard was suspended for 30
days by order of City Recorder
Mark Poulsen, Wednesday when
Blanchard was arraigned on a
charge Of driving an automobile
with 1926 license plates.
Candy on Valentine's Day " -
Tell your love the sweetest way.
The Spa. ... ' fl3
fo75 Baby Grand, 4G3
A piano that has been known
for over 100 years; a piano of fine
reputation, 'and a piano you know
at a price never before quoted
$465, $15 a month. The Portland
Music Co.. 355 N. High St. fll
Speeding Case Waits
Tbe case of Jack K. Kuhn, 653
North Winter street, who is charg
ed with speeding, was -continued
until Friday in municipal court.
Cash and Carry Cleanc
352 Chemeketa. Tel. 195.
Dr. Leech in Albany
Dr. D. H. Leech,, super inten-dent-of
Salem district of the Meth
odist church, has returned from
Albany where he conducted the
Quarterly meeting. : . ,
COO Flags Free Thursday
Patriotic grand march, Lincoln
birthday party. Crystal Gardens.
Dad Watson's real old-time dance,
8-piece Portland orchestra. Dance
begins 8:30. flO
Four Xew Labor Delegates
George Fergusen. carpenter's
local No. 1065. and C. R. Kable,
Pascal Tragllo Sr., abd A. L. Mack
lin, painters No. 724, were admit
ted to trades and labor council
First Church of Christ, Scientist
C Salem, Pre., .
Free Leeture on 'Christian Science
Savin W. Allan, C.S.B., Toronto,
Canada, member of the Board of
Lectureship of Thtf Mother Church.'
The First Church of Christ, Scien
tist in Boston. Mass. In church
auditorium. Friday evening. Feb.
11, 1927, 8 p. m. Tbe public is
cordially invited to attend. - til
lliffh School Girls Sing
Fourteen high school girls hare
appeared oa - the luncheon pro
grams ot each Salem service club
this week in preparation for the
YWCA drive, to! open next week.
Dr. Matthls Moves
; Dr. J. O. Matthls bis moved his
ftice to rooms 815 and 816, First
National Bank Building. . f28
Newspaper Man Visits
, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Notson ot
Portland, former Willamette stud
ents, were visitors in Salem yes
terday. Notson is on the staff of
the Oregonian. . i .
fc3i5 Wellington Piano, 105
H -',. ;
NE WS IN BRIEF
Ignored Stop Signs
A. E. Wilcox of route 4, Chester
C. Crowe of route 8, George Starr
of route 9 and D. Ward of Salem
were each fined $5 for driving
past "stop" signs Wednesday in
Flowers for All
Occasions. Adams Florist. flO
Fined for Overtime
, J. H. Taylor of 1060 North 16th
street, A. J. Boothby of 355 North
Capitol, the Capital City Bindery
and E. Bowen of 645 University
street paid $1 fines in Recorder
Mark Poulsen's court Wednesday
for overtime parking.
Dr. Marshall, Osteopathic
Physician and surgeon.
Spaulding Case Continued
The case of A. L. Spaulding,
charged in municipal court with
driving while intoxicated and
without lights on his automobile,
was continued until today.
W U. Board to Meet
The trustees of Willamette uni
versity- will hold their mid-year
meeting next Tuesday, Feb. 15, in
Dollar dinner, served 5:45 to 8
every evening. n26tf
Redding Chosen Orator-
Charles Redding was chosen to
represent Willamette university in
tbe state old-line oratorical con
test which will be held in the Wil
lamette chapel March 11, at a try
out this week.
Dad Watson's Old-Time Dance-
Crystal Gardens tonight. Finest
8-piece old-time orchestra. fix
Two Garages Planned-
Elizabeth . Lamb and Florence
Cunningham were issued a build
ing permit Wednesday for the con
struction' of a garage at Winter
and Union streets, to cost $532.
W. D. Pngh was named as builder.
George L. King took out a permit
fort a' garage costing $100. to be
erected at 445 South 21st street.'
Carnival Dance, Crystal Gardens
Friday, Feb. 11. Snappy music.
Collides With Street Car
William H. Smith, 1434 State
street., reported fit the sheriff's of
fice tnat bis auto nad been struck
by a street car at the corner of
Liberty and State while driving his
car, smith a car was badly dam
Special Prices on Mantle-
Clocks, 25 to 59 per cent. See
oar windows. Hartman Bros. flO
Health Statistician Here '
Miss Emma Duke, nationally
known health statistician, is in
Marion county this week in con
nection with a survey being made
at Chemawa for government re
ports- ; ' ;.--:
Complete Line Of
Monarch Electric Ranges at
Hamilton's. .. v a21tf
Former Resident Visit'
Mrs. Emma Endicott of Stock
ton, former Salem resident, la here
for a Week's visit with her daugh
ter, Mrs. D, E. Blackburn.
Used Piano. SSSO, 913S "
$140, $165, $175, $195, $225.
These are the " biggest ; values In
Salem. ' They were all traded in
on Amptcos,: registering pianos
and grands. Portland Music Co.,
355 N. High St. fll
Warden in Portland
' J. W. Llllie, warden of the state
prison, was a .Portland business
caller yesterday. '
8300 Howard piano Like Ne
$175, easy terms. Portland Mu
sic Co.. 355 N. High St. , fll
Gordon to Address Realtors
Herbert Gordon,: Portland real
tor, who is chairman of the house
ways and means committee, will
address the Marion-Polk ..realty
board -this; noon. -'
: And , repairins.'. .C!""4 -1-"
A Product of the Owl
Boat Repairs Deferred,'
Repairs on the Grey Eagle, tow
boat recently purchased by the
paper company from the Spaulding
Logging company, have been sus
pended until the high water sub
bides. Dr. Matthls Moves
Dr. J. O. Matthls has moved his
office to rooms 815 and 816, First
National Bank Building.. f.28
Lincoln Birthday Dance Tonite
Crystal Gardens. v Dad Watson's
orchestra. Dancing begins at 8:30.
School Superintendent Visits
Mrs. Mary L. Fulkerson visited
the Gervais and St. Paul schools
Several Good Used Radios
At real bargains, easy terms.
Portland Music Co., 355 N. High
Schools Visit Salem
F. A. Boyington and R- H.
Southwick, principals of the Me
hama and Aurora schools, brought
their upper grade students to Sa
lem yesterday to visit legislative
sessions and inspect Salem Indus1
Special Prices on Mantle
Clocks, 25 to50 per cent. See
our windows. Hartman Bros, f 10
Cars Ram on Garden Road
Oscar D. Olson, 1396 N. 16th
street, reported that he had hit
the machine driven by Charles
Elvinger one mile east of the city
limits on Garden Road. Olson
said that he was unable to see
the other car until almost upon it.
The Elvinger car received a brok
en wheel' and fenders. It was
pushed off into a deep ditch.
$245 Radiola Portable, f 165
This set is practically new and
positively couldn't be told from
new. It is an exceptionally good
one; easy terms. Portland Music
Co., 355 N. High St. fll
The estate of Calista Davis was
appraised at $2750 by the apprais
ers, H. R. Crawford. O. H. Grab
enhorst and R. D. Gray.
New Piano Special, 92SYO
This is the wonderful baby nn-
right. Easy terms. Portland Mu
sic Co., 355 N. High St. , . fll
Oliver L. Grimes and Nina G.
Englet, both of Salem, were issued
a. marriaare license by the count v
$700 Used Hardman, S135
$5 a month. It s a good one.
Portland Music Co.. 355 N. High
street.? i, v; . fll
Silverton Man's Kstate ;
The estate of Thomas W. Riches
of Silverton was - appraised at
$12,014 by J. Fuhrer, J. E. Brophy
and Roy Burton of Silverton.
8 Tube RadioU Superhetrodine-
. With socket power, regular price
$350, now $265, easy terms. Just
like new. Portland Music Co., 355
N. High St. . fll
Mr. Scclilrr. Injured
Mrs. Harry M. Seehler Is recov
ering slowly from injuries receiv
ed - in an auto accident a week
Concrete Water Troughs
Few left, discount while they
last. See Oregon Gravel company,
1405 N. Front, street. - flO
School Teachers Here
,- Raymond ' D. Hewitt. ! principal
of the Troutdale grade school;
Mrs. J. II. Tegert, principal of tbe
Fairview grade school; Miss Beryl
King, a teacher In the Fairview
school, and Mn.' O. L. Studley,
principal of the Columbia school,
were in - Salem yesterday. They
represented 110 eighth . grade
Poetry Society to Meet
The Northwest Poetry society
will meet on Friday, Feb- 11, at
the home of Dr. Clara C. Ingham,
1181 Harold avenue. Portland. A
it it. ii.
; - SATS: - -
We have a 1923 Buick
Touring; that' looks and'
i runs like a new car. It
has every extra' one
would desire and . is a
1 snap at... r, ,.: 550
The House That Service Built
Patriotic Flag March Tonight
Dad Watson, Crystal Gardens.
Sailed for Europe
Del A. Dinsmoor sailed for Eu
rope on the Transylvania January
29 In company with Portland
friends. He expects to return to'
Salem next September.
Her 67th Birthday
A friend Of Mrs. M. E. Brooks
wants to announce that she will
celebrate her 67th birthday anni
versary February 14th. 'On ae
count of her many kind deeds;
she is known as "Aunty Brooks.
She thinks every one is kind to
her, and she especially wants to
thank the Salem Elks for valued
Visits in Portland
Mr. and Mrs.' E. A;" Brown and
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Walker of this
city were week-end visitors fn
Portland at the Campbell Court
? VISITORS REPORTED t
I IN SALEM I
C J. Edwards, a former sena
tor from Tillamook county, was a
visitor at the legislature yester
day. Glenn O. Holman of Dallas spent
Wednesday in Salem" attending to
some business matters.
William Stewart, president of
the Oregon Cattle and Horse Rais
ers association of Paisley, Or., was
a Salem visitor yesterday.
Bert E. Haney, an attorney of
Portland, was a visitor at the legis
H. A. Britten and Butch Smith
of Paisley, Or., were in Salem yes
terday on business.
Tom Cornelius, former' police
officer in Salem, who now lives it
Reedsville, was a visitor Wednei
J' y '
ft t m . .
o. noDgon oi siaycon was a Bus
iness visitor in Salem on Wed
J. J. Chishofm, wheat dealer of
Pendleton, was a Salem visitor yes
O. B. Mount, an attorney from
Baker, spent Wednesday ta Salem:
C. T. Godwin of Baker was a
business visitor in this city yes
terday. Fordson Service School
Held at Independence
OREGON' NORMAL SCHOOL,
MONMOUTH, Feb. 9. (Special)
Approximately 100 farmers at
tended the Fordson tractor serv
ice school held at Independence
yesterday under the auspices of
the local dealer and the services
of an expert Fordson mechanic.
Crake, now if the Portland' of
fices, and formerly. In the Detroit
field with the aid of an tissistant
took charge of the 'dissembling
and assembling of the machines
and the demonstration Droved of
great value to those using tractors.
Crake has the distinction of hav
ing been with the Ford people
when they assembled their first
tractor, and ; his demonstrations
before the classes proved his skill
and knowledge of every detail of
the machines. ,
The agricultural classes from
the Independence high school
spent part of the day in observing.
The students : will be called . upon
to write . an essay on the demon
stration work they observed.
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Ladies Admitted Free
" Electric Motors
Rewonnd 'and Repaired
New or Used Motors For Sale
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PATROLS IN SALEM
He Will Celebrate His 90th
Birthday at His Wash
ington Home Today
A. T. Yeatou. jne ot Salem's
oldest residents, writes to The
Statesman the following: .
"Cyrus F. Yeaton, for many
years a resident of this city, as
sociated with J. K. Gill In the hook
and stationery business on State
street, one to make a deposit in
the. Ladd & Bush bank the day it
opened for business, now lives at
Crystal Springs. Washington. " His
address is Port Blakely, Washing
ton. He will celebrate his 90th
birthday the 10th of this month.
"He is still able to be about and
attend to his business affairs."
Peter J. Klrsch, SO, died Feb.
8. at 1290 North Summer street.
He la survived by his widow, three
daughters, Mary Klrsch ot Med
ford, Margaret and Theresa of Sa
lem; three sons, Anthony, Joseph
and John, of Salem; and live
brothers , and one sister in North
Dakota. Funeral services Friday
morning. Feb. 11 at 9 o'clock from
St. Vincent du Paul church. Father
Keenan in charge. Recitation ot
the Rosary this evening at 7
o'clock at the family home, 1290
North Summer street.
In this city, Tuesday, Feb. 8,
George E. Maurer, age 82 years;
husband of Mrs. Laura R. Maurer,
father of Mrs. R. B. Fleming, Mrs,
Harry J. Weidmer and Harold E,
Maurer of Salem, M. E. Maurer
of San Francisco, John G. Maurer
of erkeley, George W. Maurer Jr.,
of Beatrice, Nebraska, and Mrs.
Royal Greene of Conception Junc
tion, Mo; also survived by six
grandchildren, five brothers and
two sisters. Funeral services on
Thursday, Feb. 10, at 10 a. m.
from the Rigdon mortuary. Mr.
Maurer was a member of the AF
& AM of Beatrice, Nab., and a
Knight Templar. Funeral services
at 10 o'clock this forenoon from
tbe Rigdon mortuary.
At Corning, Cal., Feb. 7, Silas
E. Howard, age 72 years, husband
of Mrs. Jennie Howard; father of
Elbert J. Howard of Los Angeles,
Mrs. Effie E. Hawley of Corning,
Mrs. Edith C. Rogers of Portland,
Mrs. Stella Hawes of Oakland,
Cal., Earnest A. Howard of Oro-
Ville, Cat; and Silas S. Howard of
Rorteravaie,Cat.TRek Howard of
Salem, David Howard of Seattle,
and Mrs. Clara Shuler of Sacra
mento; brother of J. E. Howard of
Bend, Mrs. C. J. Driver of Port
land, Mrs. J. W. Phillips of Charl
eston, Wash., and J. B. Howard
of Wenatchee, Wash. ,Mr. Howard
was a veteran mail carrier of Sa
lem and a member of Salem camp,
Modren Woodmen. Funeral ser
vices Friday afternoons at 1:30
o'clock from the Rigdon mortuary.
Interment in- Odd Fellow's ceme
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and sympathy wherein
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ence. abide for all. ,
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. 770 Chemeketa Street
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Culver Speaks to Students at
College Chapel Services
Some slight clue to the problem
of the existence of evil, that has
baffled philosophers from the time
of Plato, is contained in the more
recently discovered truth that this
Is an unfinished world that we live
fn, it was declared by Ray Culver,
student work secretary of: the
northwest Y. M. C. A. council, in
an address at tbe Willamette, uni
versity chapel exercises Wednes
day noon. .
Physical and moral evils exist
because the world has not yet been
fully created, and because the cre
ator , planned that man and his
other creatures should help in
perfecting it. Culver hinted.
Culver paid tribute to Presi
dent Carl a. Doney of Willamette,
declarig that Doney was a leader
In establishing Y. M. C. A. work
in the colleges of the northwest.
Young people today are as good
fas their elders, or better. Culver
said, and expressed himself, as
impatient with the libels against
youth" voiced by magazine writers
Ladies9 Club Honors
Mrs. Frank Butler
Eighty-first Birthday Anniversary
FALLS CITY. Ore., Feb. 9
Last Saturday was the 81st birth
day anniversary of Mrs. Eleanor
F. Butler, and on Tuesday Mrs.
Raymond Criswell was hostess to
the Ladies Art club for a luncheon
in celebration of the event.
At one-thirty the guest of honor
with 11 other i members of the
club and two additional guests,
were seated at the beautifully ap
pointed table, enjoying a three
course luncheon. The centerpiece
was a large rose colored primrose,
flanked on either side by yellow
whip candles in silver holders.
A "happy birthday" song wel
comed Mrs. Butler to the table.
During the luncheon a large birth
day cake with the figures "81"
outlined in tiny yellow candles
was placed before the guest of
honor, and the usual fun of blow
ing out the candles and cutting ot
the cake added a touch of merri
ment. The birthday song was
written for the occasion by Mrs.
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H. Mather Smith and the birthday
cake was baked by the hostess,
Mrs. Criswell. U r
Mrs. Robert Griswold, president
of the Art dub, presented a beau
tiful potted primrose to Mrs. But
ler on behalf of the club, and she
reBponded in her usual charming
manner. - -. r r t . .
Decorations of Oregon " grape
and' pussy willows added to the
charm of the living room and din
ing room. ;
Several snapshot pictures were
taken of. the guests, who were
grouped outside in a sunshiny
spot. . -
The . menu consisted of fruit
cocktail, chicken :: patties with
mashed potatoes, asparagus salad,
ice cream, coffee, birthday cake.
While not one of the original
members' of the Art' club, Mrs.
Butler was voted an honorary
member, and for many years has
enjoyed their meetings. Other
members of years are Mrs. Ira
Mehrling, Mrs. M. L. Thompson,
Mrs. E. G. White and' Mrs. P. E.
Driggs. These. with " Mrs. D. ' J.
Grant, Mrs. H. Mather Smith, Mrs.'
Vedder, Mrs. R. L. Griswold, Mrs.
A.' A. Muck, Mrs. C P. Horn, and
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Bath, Toilet and Lavatory upstairs and down. Complete,
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month, besides five living; rooms for owner.
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Fireproof Duilrlias F
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the hostess, Mrs. Criswell, are all
the members of the Art club re
maining in Falls City. MrsM. A.
Pugh Is visiting in Portland, so
was not present.- Mrs. Belld Nee
nan, mother of Mrs. Criswell, and
Miss Mildred Thompson were In
vited guests.; f ;
j . , During her long residence la
Falls City, between 40 and 45
years, Mrs. Butler has seen many
Changes, as her husband, Frank.
Butler, a civil engineer, surveyed
and laid out much of the town, as
well as surveying a good deal of
the land hereabouts.- ' Coming first
to .Corvallls when they came from
England the Butlers came to this
community when a trail for horse
back traveling was a luxury, and
our present roads would have been
called unheard of luxury. :
1937 FREE WALLPAPER
Call, phone or write
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170 X. Commercial : . .Salem
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