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SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, ii2?
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
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MBOREVgRi "H? CHfNAVM CHINA MINUTE g"-yCo!i
SUCH things will happen in the best regulated families.
Nothing like little gifts now and then to keep love
alive in the home. We wait upon your wants with
THE CAPITAL DRUG STORE
J. H. WILLETT
; Agents Owl Drug Company Products
Salem Lodge Xo. 4, AP & AM
ol Will celebrate the 75th
anniversary of the grant
QV ing of their charter on
Monday evening, June
13 1927 at 8 o'clock, at the Grand
theater. All masons are cordially
invited to be present. Be sure to
have your lodge receipt with you.
i By order of the W. M. J. D. Ber
wick, secretary. i1
See Tage 8
For Used Car ad.
500 Pounds Ice Fre
With each new Leonard Refrig-
Have a Tart of Your Earnings
And invest in real estate. Land
is the foundation of all other val
ues safest and best investment
for you: U. S. Realty Co., 4 42
State St. Phone 2660. jl2
A writ of attachment in the case
of Gordon McRae vs. Charles Eld
was filed in circuit court yester
day. Lindbergh, WelcSpm Home
See Dad Watson'arad page 2. J12
Violin Students of
"Miss Elizabeth Levy will he
Montod in rppital Mondav even-
.Jiftfe at First Congregational church
o'clock. Public Invited. ' J12
f40 Portable New Phonograph
126.75; $1 per week. Portland
Music Co., 355 North High. jl4
A demurrer in the case of the
Lumbermen's Indemnity Exchange
vs. A. M. Hansen was filed in cir
cuit court yesterday Insufficient
caus for the action is alleged in
Just Try the Right Sale
At the right time for odds and
ends of dinnerware. Gahlsdorf's,
125 Court St. 311
Dollar dinners served 5:45 to 8
very evening. n26tf
Ont. nf SOO
We can show yon some real
buys. Terms on most. Becke &
Hendricks. 189 N. High st. J12
Marriage licenses were Issued
yesterday to Earnest A. Livingston
and Annabelle L. Laurence, Salem;
Harmon J. Garrett. 19, Corvallis,
and Leila E. Rowe, 18, Salem;
William L. Smith and Hattle B.
Steele, 16. Stayton; and Howard
E. Halley and Carol McElmurry,
Dance at Tnrnc
Every Wednesday night.
Notice to Publi
The Capitol Shining parlorand
the Terminal Shining parlor will
be -open evenings until 9 p. m. as
long as the Bootblack union is not
recognized in Salem. J12
Sues for Divorce
William M. Andres of Aurora
filed suit in circuit court yester
day foF a divorce from his wife.
Katherlne E. Andres, on grounds
Treated by Osteopathy, Dietet
ics, Radiant Therapy and Elec
trical Therapy . Including Dr.
A trams' Electronic System.
No Charge for
DR. B. H. WHITE
Physician and Surgeon
BOfl TJ. 8. Nat'L Bank Bldg.
Boston Terrier Poppies
- Oregon v.
- .-- Champion
Htrtri King Jr.
NEWS IN BRIEF
of cruel and Inhuman treatment.
The couple was married in May,
Lindbergh, Welcome Home
See Dad Watson's ad page 2. J12
Your choice of 4 modern homes,
$4100 to $5250. All new and
vacant, ready for you. Balance
exactly like rent. Becke & Hen
dricks, 189 N. High street. jl6
9150 Phonograph, $35
95 per month. Portland Music
Co., 355 North High. jl4
Will Initiate Class
The Song of Union Veterans of
the Civil War at their meeting
Tuesday evening at the Women's
club house will initiate the last
class to be received prior to the
GAR encampment here. Details
of the big barbecue will be worked
out also at this meeting. Com
mander Lausch urges full attend
ance. Few Plants Left, Cheap
Mrs. Hall, end of South 12th.
Box 26. j!2
Peonies and Iris
Order the ones you like while
they are in bloom. Jay Morris
peony gardens, rt. 3, 3 blocks
south of Salem Heights hall. Blos
som day today; don't miss it. jl2
M. White has returned to Salem
and is again with Director's de
partment store in the men's furn
ishings department, after being
away for several weeks in connec
tion with some special sales ad
Flag day exercises will be held
at Elks temple Tuesday evening at
15 o'clock, to which the public
is invited. All Elks are urgently
requested to take part in the par
ade, which will form at 7:15 p. m.
The parade will be led by the fa
mous Australian band; also the
Salem Elka band and the Legion
drum corps. Parade will move
promptly at 7:30 to permit the
Australian band to appear on time
at the Capitol theater to fill its en
Two Apartments Left
Large, new and with garage,
$35. See 2075 Fairgrounds. Becke
& Hendricks, 189 N. High at. J 12
Committee of Nine Called
The committee of nine which is
in charge of organizing the prune
growers and packers", organization
in the northwest district, has been
called to meet in Portland Wed
nesday, according to word receiv
ed by local members.
Please Try Chinese Dishes-
Orient Tea Garden, at State and
Commercial streets. 312
What Would Your Bond be Worth
If it were not for a real estate
value behind it? Why not own
some real estate? U. S. Realty Co.,
442 State. Phone 2660 312
Purchases Apartments -
Irvine Hood of Albanyvhas pur
chased the new apartment house
ust completed by W. H. Ellis at
879 North Liberty street .rex a
consideration reported to be in the
neighborhood of $55,000. Mr,
MONEY TO LOAN
From one to' Three Thousand
From 2 to 8 Years
Pay Like R6nt, the Easy Way.
GEO. P. SMITH
65 N. 5th St.- Phone 428-W
Ham and Eggs, Buckwheat
; Cakes, Cream Waffles.
5 Percolated Coffee 5e
Served Every Morning
Black Cat Restaurant
1 ' fiii . One
" A naif
liberty V j front
Street "VL V ; ' State,
Hood will be in charge of operat
ing the anartment house, which is
one of the most complete and mod
ern in the city. The deal was
made by A. A. Larsen and B. C
Baird, local real estate dealers.
Taylor Beach Is Xow Open-
Swimming and water sports.
Lindbereh. Welcome Home
See Dad Watson's ad page 2. J12
Old Timers to Picnic
An old timers' picnic will be
held at the fairgrounds next Sun
day, June 19, it was announced
Saturday. Circuit Judge L. II.
McMahan will be the principal
speaker. The program will include
See Page 8
For Used Car ad. J 12
Some who are registering at the
Capital Business College will take
a full course, while others will
take special studies. We have
classes to accommodate both be
ginners and those farther advanc
ed. Eighteen new Royal type
writers were added to the equip
ment this week. It is not too late
to register on Monday morning.
Visit From Minnesota
Mr. and Mrs. George Underhill
of Blue Earth, Minn., have been
isiting A. A. Underhill of this
ity for the first time in 50 years
that they have been together. At
present they are visiting at Mc
Minnville and coast cities. They
will return to the middle west in
Why Is Land Called Real Estate?
Use your thinker. We sell Real
Estate. U. S. Realty Co., 442
State. Phone 2660. . 312
Closing Out Onr Entire-
Stock, including Mason & Ham
lin, Mehlin & Sons, Gulbransen,
Bush & Gerts, Andrew Kohler pi
anos as low as $235; grands as
low as $395; players as low as
$295. Portland Music Co., 355
North High. J 1,4
F. E. Carnes is operating the
new apartment house recently com
pleted at 730 North Liberty street.
an up to date residence building
which will be known as the Olym
And repairing. Giese-Powers
Furniture Co. X3tf
B. E. Cooper Entertain
B. E. Cooper entertained the
Salem Men's club at his home on
June 9. Five-hundred was en3oy
ed during the evening, Hiram
Cooper winning first prize, a beau
tiful deck of cards. Later in , the
Toilet Goods Sale
TALCUM, 1 1;-;
For ' the nursery -Made
with pure ingredients
VskIllfulIy blended. s
. Tiny-Tot Talcum con
' tains the correct propor-.
tions of boric acid, zinc.,
sterate and Italian Tale.
It will prevent chafing :
i 'and diaper rash.
Delightfully perfumed. '
Regular Price 23c ;
Perry!s Drug Store
115 S. Commercial
aim " two:
it - imuuoi
We have a 1023 Maxwell
8 port touring, bumpers, spot
light, trunk, rear view mir
ror 10 per cent new rub
ber and" a dandy car In every
way for $373.
KV' II tfL.lifcl
'The House That Service Built"
vnlnr a lieht luncheon was en
joyed at the Blue Bird care, bev-
ernl enlirhteninsr talks were given
ifnrnir fhp liinchpnn On Tuesday.
John Williamson entertained mem-
hora of thAv dub and their fam
ilies with a theater party. The
club meets again Monday at Mr.
Hall's confectionery, 1964 North
Capitol street, at 8 o ciock.
See Page 8
For Used Car ad.
Home Xear State House, 33350
Terms like rent. 1768 Court
Vacant. Becke & Hendricks, ,189
N. High street. jl6
Some Counle Without nome
But with 1500 cash, here's a
brand new 4-room home with large
attic roughed in foi two more
rooms; has the modern features,
as deep full cement basement,
large furnace, fireplace, hardwood,
large garage, solid cement drive,
end walk system; wired range,
electric water heater, colls, Idry.,
linoleums, shades and light fix
tures. Ready to occupv for
14350 total. A'l balance exactly
like rent. See 930 Tamarack.
Becke & Hendricks, 189 N. High
32 Sign Up for Camp
Thirty-two boys have already
signed up for. the YMCA boys'
camp which will be held from
August 1 to 15. This number in
cludes two boys from Silverton,
two from Woodburn. one from
Stayton and six from Chemawa.
A Special Sale of Dinnerware
Odds and ends, lc to 33c, at
Gahlsdorf's, 325 Court St. 311
Taylor's Beach Is Now Open
Swimming and water sports.
21st and State. 312
Nearly New Piano
Now in storage, owner leaving,
will sell for $10 per month to re
sponsible party or will discount
for cash. To see piano, write box
11, Statesman. 115
Class of '25 Meet
The class of '25, Willamette
university, will hold a reunion
breakfast at the Salem restaurant
this morning at 9 "o'clock, going
in a body from there to the bac
calaureate services at the First
Watch for the
Inviting You to Inspect
Kingwood Heights, nature's
hanging garden. Exclusive resi
dential view property. Kingwood
Realty Co., 1231 Front St., West
Hi-Y Club to be Started
Loyal Warner, boys' work sec
retary of the YMCA, returned Fri
day evening from a trfp to Mill
City and Stayton where he visited
boys' , clubs. Arrangements were
made in Mill City for the organi-
Reasonable prices. Don't for
get onr hemstitching, stamping,
button making and pleating.
THE PETITE SHOP
Over Buslck's Telephone If 81
Store building and residence,
corner lot, 4 blocks out,
F. L. WOOD
S41 State Street
Money refunded If It does not
cure your case
NELSON A HUNT, Dragglste
Cor. Court and Liberty TeL 7
If en's and Ladles suits cleaned
and pressed, fl.OO. . Ladles' sillc
dresses, 91.23. Coats retlned,
IS.OO. Men's suits pressed, 00c
Over Busick'a .
YICK SO HERB COf
? J. H. LEONG, MGR. t
Our : life's work ' has
been spent In studying
J g,; of Chinese herbs and
now daily we relieve
those inf ferine - from
rt stomach, liver and kid-
JfT ney : trouble, rheuma
22, tlsm and gall stones,
' also disorders ot next.
women and children.
Free Consultation, Call or Write
Open A. IL to 8 M. S
; 420 State St Salem, Ortn-
zation of a Hi-Y club when school
opens in the fall.
Watch for the
YMCA Open to Artisans
The YMCA held upon house for
Junior Artisans yesterday when
they were given the freedom of
the building. In the afternoon
over 100 of the boys went swim
ming, In the Y pool.
New Grand Piano, $39.1
Terms, 12 per month. Port
land Music Co., 355 N. High. J14
Closing Out Salem Sto
Every piano must be sold re
gardless of price or terms. Port
land Music Co., 355 North High.
Dahlia Closing Out Sale-
State fair collection, 24 bulbs,
II; gladiolus, mixed, 24 bulbs.
SI. Petland, 273 State. J25
Home Hunter, See 940 Highland
The most house for $4100 in
Salem todav. Two navintrs naid.
large furnace, flreolace.' hardwood.
five rooms finished; attic and stairs
suitable one or two more rooms;
on bus line, close to schools:
double construction throughout,
union labor lob. Reasonable
erms; new; vacant; ready to move
into. Becke & Hendricks, 189 N.
High street. jl2
Jason Lee Pioneers Wi
The Jason Lee Pioneers defeat
ed the Penn Pioneers in a 33-1
ball game yesterday afternoon,
giving them the championship of
the league. They will play the
Woodburn Pioneers this week for
the county championship.
TOO Pound Ice Free
With each new Leonard Refrig
erator. Giese-Powers. j!2
To Make Room
For our Chrysanthemums, we
are having a week-end sale on
tenias. astors, marigolds, helio
trope, salvia and ten weeks' stock.
ArthHir Plant's Green House 1298
S. 13th. J12
Good Violin for Sale
Reasonable. Tel. 103 2-W. 312
Salem Maid Ice Cream
Nuff said. Sanitary Confection
ery, 1587 State; Palm Confection
ery, 467 N. Church; The Nook.
379 North High. - 312
Go to Xeskowin
Bob Boardman, Physical direc
tor, and Loyal Warmer, boys' sec
retary of the YMCA, wen to Nes
kowin last nighr to inspect camp
sites for the boys' siynmer camp.
They were accompanied by Phil
Bell and Dwight Adams of the
junior Y board.
Dancing Every Friday
Domes' hall, McCoy.
Moves Back to Salem
,.E. E. Pruitt has sold his home
and 12-acre farm on the Pacific
highway and moved back to Sa
lem. W. O. Witham of Salem
purchased the property and has
moved to the new location.
500 Pounds Ice Free
With each new Leonard Refrig
erator. Giese-Powers. 312
Smash at Intersection
C. H. Robertson, 406 State
street, reported yesterday that his
car collided with a Capital Ice &
Bedding and Window Box
Are now ready, also fine line
of shrubs and perennials.
C. P. BREITHAUPT
Telephone 380 512 State St.
GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Silverware, Glassware, China
ware, Stamped Goods, Miscel
Variety and Gift Shop
Mrs. Helen Prescott
291 N. Commercial, Salem, Ore.
We don't care how sick your
watches are, we have pills for
all their ailments.
DR. PRESCOTT, Jeweler
281 H. Commercial
Cured While You Work
Rewound and Repaired New or.
Used Motors 4
VD3BERT & TODD I
1118. High TeL 1111
LADD & BUSH, BANKE
. Eltallshed 1861
General Banking Business
OfXIes Honrs from 10 a. m. to S p. m,
Where To Dine
Eat Yonr Sunday Dinner
At the Gray Belle.
Served all day at The Spa.
For Dinner This Evening
Dollar dinner at the Marion
Chicken Dinner at the launch Box
181 a Liberty St. Table tor
ladles. Open all day.
Eat Tour Sunday Pinner
At the Valley Grill. 156 H 8
Com'L ' Under new management.
Eat at Mlnto's
Chicken dinner, SOe.
Special Dinner Today
And home made salads. State
Cold Storage truck driven by Joe
Branney at 21st and Center street
No one was reported injured
Branney had failed to give right
of way, Robertson says.
Wanted, Girl for Housework i
Summer's work to right patty.
Address Box 65, care Statesman.
A. C." Metcalf, Salem, and Emil
Stein, 650 North 20th street, each
paid $1 into the city treasury for
overtime parking yesterday.
Portland "Dresses Up
for Rose Show Visitors
PORTLAND, June 11. (AP.)
The most pretentious program In
20 years history of Portland's an
nual civic relaxation in honor of
the rose has been prepared for the
Rose Festival, . to be celebrated
June 13-18. A rainy season, foi
lowed by a week of sunshine, has
brought acres of roses to perfec
tion . of blossom. The city is in
fea?a attire, and prepared to en
tertain many thousands of visit
Special attention will be given
to presentation of the pageant,
"Rosaria," an allegorical portrayal
in song and dance of the influence
of the rose on the history of the
world. "Rosaria" with a cast of
2500 especially trained perform
ers, and an orchertra of 100 mem
C. A. L.UTHY
In New Location
825 STATE STREET
Watches, Clocks and Jewelery
It's Time to Think of
PAINTING and CLEANING UP
We Sell Martin Senour 100 Per
Cent Pare Paint
DOUGHTON A SHERWTN
286 N. Commercial TeL 6S9
Quick Reliable Service'
H. EGNER, 1615 Center Street
Phones 852 and 1810-W
Fine Fixtures ,
6, 8 and 10 cents per yard. Also
buttons, stamping and pleating.
' ANNA H. KRUEGER
Over Miller's Telephone 117
A New Fully Modern 4 Room
Bungalow and Garage on
300 down, balance 12S.00 per
, ' month
ULRICH A ROBERTS, Realtors
129 North Commercial
the . battery t man
service calls free.
540 Chemeketa Street
1027 FREE WALLPAPER
. 1 Call, phone or.write
1 MAX O. BUREN
17 N. Commercial Salem
bers of the Portland Symphony
orchestra; will be presented' on
what is believed to be the largest
stage ever built in the .west, at
Many Oregon communities an
a , number of outside cities will
enter floats in the' annual' floral
parade Thursday afternoon. Fri
day will be mardi gras day.
.IMPROVES LAME DICKS
WASH INCTON ( AP) "Lame
Diicks" of the last Congress have
had to go limpinp.
President Coolid'ge has ignored
almost completely the political tra
dition of Washington that party
Dunlap , I ' . -J.
Frank Dunlap, 60. died at
12:30 p. m. Saturday at his home,
1625 Oak street. He is survived
by his wife. Mrs. Effie Dunlap. and
a sister, Mrs. George Johnson of
South Rochester, Conn. He is a
native of Antwerp, N.-'Yi Fune
ral arrangements have not been
completed. The body is at Ter
williger's funeral home.
in its immaculate in
terior and facilities
with a flowery chapel
and an expanding
quietness, all of which
denotes a rare service.
Perfect Funeral Service
Licensed Lady Mortician
770 Chemeketa Street
: Telephone 724
Next ' V
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15 AT 1 :30P M.
Where? , "
445 N. Commercial St.
Comprising-1 leather davenport, 4 rugs. 3 rockers, round oak
.dining table, 6 leather seated chairs, buffet, piano lamp, 5 seel
beds, springs, mattress, 1 Ivory bow-foot bed, spring, mattress,
3 oak dressers, 2 commodes, high chair, baby bed, electric iron,
2 porch chairs, stand table, kitchen table. Crown sterling nickle
and enamel range (with coil) 3 burner oil stove, gas plate, 2
heating stoves, refrigerator, garden tools, lawn mower, etc., and
many other things. No reserve. ' - " " ' "
H. F. WOODRY & SdN
Are the Auctioneers, 271 X. Commercial St,- Phone 75 '
Right Down Town Agents for Lang Stoves
Next Friday, June 17th at 1 P. M. V
1259 Hunt St.
Across from HollyWood Theatre
Consistihg-of Gulbranson Chicago walnut piano, like. new,: wal-r.
nut cabinet Victrola, . 2 tone .walnut library dining extension
table, 6 chairs to match, 1 walnut buffet, New Home electric
cabinet sewing machine, bedroom furniture, jacquard velour
davenport, 2 mahogany rockers. Colonial range, 72 piece china
set of dishes, in fact almost everything. .
Note This furniture is all Just as good as new. Watch'Tues-'
day's paper for full display ad. , :
F. B. STAXTOX, OwnerLeavtng the city r :
H. F. WOODRY & SON
Are the Auctioneers, 271 North Commercial St. Phono 73"
Right Down Town Agents for Lang Stoves '
We Pay Cash for Used Furniture
: Lonjj iand Short Distance Hauling
Public and Private Storafjp,
- Fireproof Buildinc: : r
GRAIN, FEED AND SEED:
Free Delivery to" any part of the city t' 1
ROTATIONS ON APPLICATION
; : PAUL THAGLI0, Prep.
Day Tc3?Iioae 23 KlrM Tc!::Ltr.3 11
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S ARE YOU A
Man uses his eyes during
L everv wakine moment.
Even a slight loss In see
ing power is expensive. .
Loss in time, loss in wist- '
g ed : energy and., loss in '
g comfort and convenience. I
We fit "glafses that over
p'make seeing easier "and Bg
add to one's efficiency. D
Bg "Let us prove this to you. jl
SOI -2-3 First National
Salem : ' Oregon
rates U Btoaaats
847 M. Oom'l .
Tlctor Addutg ICACaias SuvlM
a M. L0CKW00D
leaders in Congress who have been
defeated should be cared for by
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