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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALE1I, OHEGON,V V7EDNESDAX II0IINII7G, IfOVEUCEIl 16, 1C27
No matter how sharp your Tazor, every time you shave you inflict yourself with
hundreds of tiny scratches which sting and iburn. Red Feather Shaving Cream is
J.-tmade with a bay rum base, which soothes and helps to heal these scratches : while
you are shaving.
but face is happy, even after the closest shave, when you use Red Feather Shav-
L-lng Cream. It's the bay rum base that does it I ' ,
Capital Drug Store
J. II. Willett
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W, II II
NE WS BRIEFS.
Air Compressor for Sale
Fall automatic Kellogg air
compressor complete with hose,
buck, etc.. H h. p. motor, 35 gal.
ank. Good as new. cost $176. tor
:ulck aale only SI 25. See It at
I'ltzgerald-Sherwin Motor Co, cor
aer Chemeketa and ; Liberty, Sts.;
burdensome. On Jane 5,! 1927, it tire, and that the proceeding ap-
Hare Ton 81000
See Ben F. West. 155 Fair
mount, between 3 and 6 p. m. He
h place it where you can make
Nv, . r
A man named Sanders, resident
of Sllverton, who wasarrested on
a larceny charge In connection
with stripping the accessories from
rn auto, has been released from
county Jail on 1200 bond.
X La Carte Srrice
, In Dining Room Marion HoteL
Good Used Piano
Fine condition. Only $5.00 a
month. Salem Music Co., 355 N.
High St T v
had "become impossible for her to
lire wjth her hnsband, sbe alleg
es, so, she left him and has been
separated from' him ever since. In
addition. to a divorce she asks cus
tody of the one minor child, Paul
ine Zoe, Chambers. They were
married at Lewiatown, Montana,
on June 15, 1918.' ' j '
Turkey; Chicken, Pie Prfasoa
Dad Watson Crystal. Garden
Wednesday, November 16th. " .
Furnish Tour Home -
At Auction Prices. Too-can
sare about half at F. N.""Woodrys
Auction Market j and . Furniture
store 1610 N. Summer, St. Yes,
we handle , new and : used t furni
ture. . Auction every Wednesday
night 7 p. m. Private sales daily.
Phnna fill.- .... I - . . ' .;
3ues on Note-w : - .
A. L. fonclln yesterday - began
action la circuit court on a note
which he claims was' executed In
his favor by C. E. Huffman. He
demsuds $492 as jthe amount due.
Marriage .License; Issued
A wedding license wag yester
day issued: from the office of. the
Marlon county clerk to John L.
Ford,. 43, of Salem, to marry Julia
H. Ingram, 63 - of McMinnvttle
The marriage is the second for
each."- 1. ! -:
194 acre sheep ranch within 5
miles of good town. Price $2700.
K. O. Coppock, 381 State St.
w'Mt Auction Xew Linoleum
ja,- Rugs and floor coverings by the
jrrard at Wednesday night's auction
tfi N. Woodrys 1610 N. Summer
rl St. Time: 7 c m.
Final Account Filed
Final' account was yesterday
lied in probate in the-matter of
the estate of the late Alfred L.
Sundborg. The estate Is estimated
at $11,450 in real property and
$1215.11 in personal property.
Beaatlfal Nearly Xew Rabjr
- Grand piano. Will be sold for
balance due on contract. Ton
Just keep up the payments. Balem
Music Co.. 255 N. High St.
The I nut Individual
Chocolates 5c Made
A baby boy was born yester
day at .the Salem hospital to Mr.
and !Mjb.' Charles 2Uelinskl .on
Afarjah Will Answei
. Tout question ' at the -Butterfly
Linen. Shoppe,' ?65 1ST, '.High St.. to
day-at 4:30.- .
We Wish to
Our sincere appreciation to onr
many friends for the kindness.
sympathy and : floral offering ex
tended to as at the death of our
belored hnsband and father. Mrs.
T. Shelley. Mrs. F. R. Capper. Mrs
H. H. Lucas, Mrs. Pearl A. Ling.
parently was an attempt on the
part of a Tennessee automobile
dealer to use the courts as the
means of forcing the ,payment of
an obligation. ... :
Baked Ham Supper"
; First . Presbyterian.
Wed.. Not. 16th. 60c :
Ball and Chain Banquet ;l
Members of the Ball and Chain
Willamette university club, ban
queted last night at the Black
Cat. New members officially wel
corned were Raymond '. Tarnes,
Hugh Currin, Art Mason, Homer
Roberts, Earl Henry, Harold Hank
and Walter Kaufman.
Out late 1926 Ford coupe
with 75 new rubber, sev
eral extras, i3 a perfect run
ning car in every way and
a bargain at $350.00,
A LI 1 IQ
"The House That Service Ballt',
TOMORROW NIGHX .
JHURS. NOV. 17, 8:15.
ALJi SEATS RESERVED
First 8 rows lower floor M-....... .fl.lO
Balance lower floor . . . ;6jlX5
Lower Logee S30, Balcony Ixges . .91.65
First six rows balcony ........Sl.lO
Next 4 rows balcony ...... . . .. .73
Next S rows balcony .'. . . . . JSO
f 4LILIES OF THE FIELD,?
. apiitiQff Theatre
BOX OFFICE OPEN NOW
SALEM LIONS CLUB
Pays Back Fin
Police Judge Mark Ponlsen re
ceived a S3 check yesterday from
D. S. Parr for three violations of
the 'hour parking rule. ; Elmer
Hanson was 'another who parked
too long yesterday and paid a SI
S150 Phonograph as
Records $25.00. Terms 35.00 a
month.. Salem Music Co., 355 N.
Hurt in Collision-
William Gillisple, R. F. D. 4.
received slight cuts about the tce
yesterday when two cars ;collided
at the corner of 19 th and Ferry
streets. The cars were driven by
Stuart Brown, 658 S. 25th street
and E. L. Thomson, Route 4, ac
cording to reports f Ued at police
WiU the Party
Who was seen to take a black
leather coat from the coat room of
the 'T. M. C. A. Monday night at
the Father and Son meeting re
turn same to T. M. C. A. No ques
tions asked. . p ' - f
' And repairng. Oleee-Powert
furniture Co. '
Gets News of Brother's Death
Ina ,Harrold, postmistress at
Siirerton, received a . message
Monday that - her brother, Clyde
Harrold, had been accldentaUy1
shot and killed at Ferndale, CaliL
He was a son of Qua Harrold of
Fine Hobart M. Cable
Like new. ' Must sell for cash
this week. Make us an offer. It
must be soldv 355 N.- High St.,
Deaf School Topic
J. Lyman Steed, superintendent
of the Oregon State School for the
Deaf, will Address the Rotary club
today, telling about the : institn
tion'e work and Introducing some
of the students, j . ; .
Used Zenith Radio
At a big discount. Easy terms.
Salem Music Co., 355 N. High St:
W. H. Wroughten. .115 N. Cth
street, Portland, reported yester-l
day to the poUce that he had. lost
a brief case from his car Monday.
Moroni Olsen Players f- .
Coming I tomorrow Thursday,
Nor. 17. Reserve seats now, Cap
itol Theater. -
Fail-mount Hill 6 Room
New Home. Double garage and
all modern features.- For sale for
total price 17500 and reasonable
terms can handle. Becke & Hen
dricks, 189 N. High Street.'
llraefjrb Tour Seats Today
For Moroni Olsen Players,. Cap-
Uol Theater, Thursday, NotJ 17.
Bond Buyers-Here's a Center :
Street corner that wiU net yof
Vi Must Increase In value.
' What U safer? $ 4 00 0 to handle.
I Other income properties all parts
: of Salem that will net yon 4 to
T 12 and Increase in value. What
" is safer? Becke & Hendricks, is
I N. High Street.
Klamath Man Here
Fred M. Garlch, who recently
sold, his auto 1 camp ground at
Klamath Falls for 175,000, was
in 'Salem yesterday : for a short
time. :, He'ls looking for a new lo
cation in' business.
4 Oregon rrap said Paper Co.
Preferred. Limited amonnt for
tale. Hawkins and Roberta; Phone
1437. c:";;-.:,;ru' i ' - -
Old Growth Fir
, A cord. Large second growth
four foot. 37.50. Leave orders
Moore's Mnsic House.
Another Divorce Asked
Complaint asking legal separa-
tion from Theodore Chambers was
tiled in circuit court yesterday by
Dorothy Chambers. She -nlleges
cruel and inhuman treatment and
personal indignities rendering Ufe
; h " This 8-acre tract Is on Pa-
' . 2 i t iric nignwsy nonn oi oicau.,
r r.m in and we will tell you
about - It. - -;- W, ......
- f2000 " v -.
.This place Is only 5 miles
from- Salem 'and about'; five
blocks off paved highway -'toward
: Dallas.! i It is the best
thing we know of anywhere
within fire miles ofEalem nn
der $3000. We aro going to
sell U for 12,000 with a pay
ment of 31000 down and three
years time on. the "balance;
Come In and let us tell you
about It. .
U. S. REALTYCO
4 12 fctate St. Tel. 2323
Bargain For Sale
Cheap lumber. I" "Mill Block
wood;' cut from old fir logs,' part
ly seasoned. . Large - loads. Fred
B. Wells.; Phone 1543, 280 South
Church. . ,
Medical Society Meets
The monthly meeting o the tri-
county medical society was held
last night at the Gray Belle yes
t&urant. This society is made up
of doctors front Marlon. Polk and
Yamhill ; counties. Dr.. William
House of Portland addressed last
night's meeting ! with a paper on
some of the newer things in sur
Kl wan bins Name Conunitt
Judge O. P.-Coshow, Don Rob
erts. C. B. Spencer, Dean George
H. Alden, and 13. F. Slade were
named an the nomination commit
tee tor the Kiwanis club at the
luncheon : yesterday, i The - com
mittee will report on all nomina
tions for officers at the next meet
ing. The election will be ' held
early in December.
f 173 Nearly New Sonora
Phonograph. , Coneole model
365. Only 35 a month. Salem
Music Co., 355 N. High St.
Law Students Meet .
A meeting of the Blackstone
club, an association of Willamette
uhlversity law students, was held
last' night in the Spa restaurant..
Traffic Officers Confer
State traffic officers from rarl-
ous sections of the state were here
Tuesday attending the semi-annu
al conference called by the secre
tary of state traffic department
Numerous matters relating . to
traffic are being considered. The
conference will continue ; today.
Two" New Building Permits-
Elliott A Gabriels were grant
ed permits yesterday to erect two
concrete business buildings. One
is to be built at 430 Front street
at a cost of $7500, and the other
at 215 Center street at a cost of
32500. Andresen & Van Patten are
the building contractors for botb
Loses Dog ; (:".
i Dr. Johnson reported to the po
lice yesterday that he had lost a
Chow dog from his residence at
675 S. Church street, '
A drum of gasoline was stolen
from the farm home of Ben T.I
Ikow, route 9, according to a re
port filed with the police yester
day.. - .
Auction of High Grade ; i
Furniture and - electric range
1145 South 14th street. , Friday
at 1:10 p. m. , See ; todayi ndr.
for particulars. ;
Fined for Speeding
Roy Hunt, route t. was ; fined
17.50 yesterday in police court on
a charge ! of speeding on Salem
streets Monday night. - s , , -i.
Dad Watson Special f i r
Real old time dance, Crystal
Garden Wednesday, Norember 18.
Turkey night. - jl'-h
Released from City Jail f ;
TJ. S. Suetterle and sThurman
Dericks. two 'youths arrested for
lnTeeligatjon Monday night, were
released from the city Jail yester
Iday. ..... .. ' . ; i .,-
Piano Recital ; j
By pupils of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
B. ChurchiU. Nelson Bid., Wed.
evening. 8 p. m.
Fairgrounds Road Buy
room furnished , home and
large piece of land with 93 foot
sidewalk frontage. For sale for
83200 cash. All pavings paid. This
is a buy. Vacant at 1831 Fair
grounds Road j Becke & Hendricks
189 N.-High Street.
Ed Socolofsky Coming-
Edwin Socolof sky will arrive in
Salem Norember 21 from Seattle
with Mrs. Socolofsky to Tisit for
few days with Edwin's parents
Mr. and Mrs. D. . D. Socolofsky,
1005 E street. 'Mrs. eolofsky
will go to Grants Pass to give
musical concert before returning
to Seattle. Edwin is in county T
M. C A. work in King county.
Dad Watson, Crystal Gardens,
Wednesday. November 16th. Real
old time dance.
FRESNO, Nor. 5 (AP)
Johnny McCoy, recognised by the
California ; boxing 5 commission
flyweight champion of the world
tonight was given a fifth. , round
knockout over Freddy Imperial, in
the face of an obvious foul that
sent the Stockton Filipino down.
! The punch, rlngsiders : claimed;
was a full six inches below Im
portal's belt and although the
Filipino was ; writhing ; in pain
Johnny Schiff, Los, Angeles ref
eree, counted him out without call
ing for a doctor's examination.
After the referee had left the
ring the ringside physician exam
ined Imperial and declared that he
had been fouled. ; . -
At the time Of the disputed
punch, McCoy had a slight margin.
The tltleholder weighed 117 and
Imperial 115 1-2 pounds. J.
EXPRESSES .BELIEF COUNTT
WILL CARRT ON WORK
Dr. Walter H. Brown, for the
past three years director- of the
Marion county health demonstra
tion, will leave early this morning
for Palo Alto, where he will take
up his new work as Instructor in
the health department of Stanford
university. C . -
"The three years I have spent
here -have endeared Salem - and
Marlon county to me, and it Is
with regret-that t leave, although
I look forward to my new work
with hope and pleasure," said Dr
Brown, last night.
"I feel certain that the work of
the demonstration will be car
ried on by the county organiza
tion after it closes in Salem. Co
operation of every group has been
splendid, and the health program
has had an auspicious beginning.
My successor, Dr. De Kleine Is an
unusually able man, and I know
that he will have the cordial sup
port I, have enjoyed."
Dr. and Mrs. Brown, and eon
Philip, will motor to Palo Alto.
Lucy Brown, a daughter, will re
main in Salem until school is out
in the spring. She is a senior at
Salem high school.
Dr. De Kleine, the new director,
la in Fargo closing, up affairs of
the demonstration there, prior to
moving his family here December
1. In his absence, Dr. Vernon A.
Douglas, deputy health, officer,
will be in charge of demonstration
and Snub's. advice is stay out
of Hollywood." v
Those who get the big chances
are discovered . elsewhere and
brought to Hollywood. The extras
who rise above the ranks also are;
so few as. to be almost negligible
in number.' v
Pollard parted company from
Harold Lloyd five years -ago after
ten year's association. Lloyd has
plenty : of money now and makes
a picture only once a year. Snub
doesn't make so much, so he works
"I ! like Salem," said Snub, the
former Melbourne. Australia.
choir boy, 'l like the people here.
I liked the climate until tonight.
This train Is terrible .
QUESTION OF BRALN SURGERT
: : DISCUSSED AT MEET
Conservatism in brain surgery
wae urged by Dr. William House,
prominent Portland physician, in
an address before members of
the Polk-Tamhill-Marion medical.
society meeting last night at the
A short discussion of indications
for and against surgery for neuro
psychiatry patients was led by Dr.
H. K. Stockwell, of Salem.
Dr P. A. Lear, of Sllverton,
told some of the, practical points
learned in the profession this year,
and a discussion was directed by
Dr. H. J, Clements.
A rising vote of regret at the
Employes of : Paper Mill
InvitecfcTo YMCA PfOgram
The T. M. C. A. has Issued in
vitations for an evening of enter
tainment exclusively for employ
ees of the Oregon Pulp ft Paper
Co., to be held Thursday evening.
November 17, The program in
cludes Indoor, baseball, volleyball,
boxing and exhibition swimming
and diving. All are requested to
bring their swimming suits. .
. In addition to tn above pro
gram of athletics there will be
a number of Impromptu stunts.
The evening will be brought to a
close with light refreshments
MUSSED BY RAIN
. ' (Continued from Page One) .
beauty of it is, people think It's
real." ..-.., ,
': The Los : Angeles - chamber of
commerce is kept busy providing
means for would-be 'movie stars
to get back home again, says Pol
lard. Thousands are out of work,
and any number of beautiful girls
can be secured for extra work in
pictures for five dollars per day.
None of them get steady work,
PORTLAND, Nov. 15 (AP)
George' Dixon, Portland, won a
hard fought, close decision in ten
rounds from Del Fontaine, Winni
peg battler, in the feature event on
the armory boxing card here to
night. They are in the 160 pound
class. ' Dixon 'a victory was won
on the strength of an eighth round
Tom Moore, Boise, Ida., and Ti
ger Thomas, Portland, fought six
rounds to a draw in the semi-wind-
up i They are heavyweights.
In a four round event, George
Hvall of Portland, 142 pounds.
won a decision over Nick Sam-
mon, Los Angeles.
departure of Dr. Walter H. Brown) ments.
from his work at the Marlon coun
ty health "demonstration was ex
pressed by the group, after a brief
eulogy by Dr. Stockwell.
NEGRO BALLOT SEEN
AS NATIONAL ISSUE
(Continued from Page One)
hoan In New Tork last Saturday
If ' you, or anyone else, desire
to Include- the fourteenth and fif
teenth amendments." said Senator
Borah, "you will find full cooper
ation upon the part of those who
are la favor of incorporating the
pledge to the eighteenth amend
ment. I venture to say that there
Is : not a supporter of the eigh
teenth amendment, north or south,
but will be pleased to cooperate
with you .in including the four
teenth , and. fifteenth' amend-
Ten Years Practice In
! Phone 625
Dr. L. R. Burdcttc
401 First National Bank Bldg.
MT. CREST ABBEY
LLOTJD T. RIGDON, Mngr.
Perfect Funeral Service 4
Licensed Lady Mortidan
770 Chemeketa Street
9, t and 10 cents per yard. Also
buttons, stamping and pleating.
.ANNA H. ERUEGES
Over Miller Telephone 117
Money .refunded It it does not
cure your case
KELSON A HUNT, Druggists
Cor. Court and Liberty Tel. 7
Eddie Collins offered manage
ment of Boston Braves. That Isn't
an offer, its an insult.
FOR SAE OR RENT
Three acres closer in on paved
highway with modern house.
F. L. Wood, 341 SUte EU
Remodeling of Suits, Coats
sd Dresses '
All kinds of plain and- fancy
sewing. Charges reasonable.
J r$& A11 I1 h if- f
i toPocdamL 200 coanlortmSl rooaaa.
SAU D. ADftUSSON
John J. Rottle
Expert Shoe Fitters
413 State St.
; ORTLAND, ORBOOJM.
O. V. BBKXTTCATJFT
Telephone St 0 SIS fitate St.
LAdlea wool dresses cleaned
and pressed, $ LOO up. Men's
and Ladies suit cleaned and
pressed $1.00. . - - .
- h . Over Biudcks
Governor Patterson last night
refused to honor papers requesting
the extradition of Clarence Fair,;
who is wanted in- Tennessee for
larceny by bailee. .Fair is under
arrest at Medford.- The governor
held that the ; japers were detec-
Another petty robbery occurred
Monday night when the private
garage of C. L. Ferris was entered
at 1295 McCoy avenue and new
blow torch and Dlco Ford battery
stolen. - ,
Rewound and Repaired, New v
or Used Motors.
. 1D1 South i:!;h TeL 2112
1027 FllLE WALLPAPER
Call, phone or write -MAX
O. BUREN '
179 N. Commercial Salem
YICK SO DEUD CO.
- jr. n. LEoxa, Mgr.
Onr life's work has
been spent in studying
the healing properties
of Chinese herbs and
now dally we relieve
"those suffering - from
stomach, liver and kid
ney. ; trouble, rheuma
tism and gall stone,.
lao disorders of men,
women and children.
Free Consultation Call or Write
Open 0 A. M. to 8 P. SI.
420 Elate St., Sal en, Orr-on
or extra hlgh-gradS)
polished aluminum. .
. Glass top.
Heating element guar
' anteed. .. - ,;
Perry's Drujj Store
115 S. Commercial
Make Your View and Commercial
Pictures, Any Time, Any Place .
Old . Photographs Copied
Often you want old photographs reproduced, but fear entrust
ing them to ' strangers. .
Our reputation assures the safety and proper care of your
picture, which we will copy, enlarge, frame or hand color at
a price lower, than the unknown agent can offer.
429 Oregon Bldg.
HIGH GRADE FURNITURE
" ! " : at '
Take S. P. Bos Get off at Hines go H blocks East or follow
arrows from State & 14th St. v
Friday, Nov. 18
l:SO P. 81. .
1 Hot Point el. range neaiiy new; 1 bine veloor davenport j
1 Wal and cane Windsor rocker t 1 Wal and velonr rocker
1 Wal. ext. table with Seng patent -leaf; 1 WaL buffet; O
WaL dining chairs, blue leather seats; 1 Wal. chiffonier; 1
WaL triple plate vanity dresser and benrh; 2 Simmons uteri
beds, Wal. finish, cane insert; 2 steel springs; 2 cotton felt
mattresses; 1 baby bed and silk floss mattress; 1 WaL fin
ished bed room suits including bed, dresser and 'chiffonier;
1 De Luxe coil spring and 40 lb. all wool mattress; 1 blue and
taupe Axmin. rug 0x12; 1 bine and taupe Axmin. rug 8.3x10.0
like new; 1 7 H linoleum rug; 1'012 linoleum rug; 1
-large cabinet phonograph and records; 1 refrigerator like
- new, a dandy; 1 Universal heater, coal and wood combination;
1 drop head sewing machine like new; 1 42-piece set dishes;
1 Hoover el. sweeper; 1 el. washer and wringer, good working
order; home canned fruit; large 4 burner oil stove; dishes,
utensils, stool, garbage pail, tub, board, mop, shovel, mirror,
plants. - " .
;V. D. Edwards
F. N. Woodry
12 years Salem's Leading
' - Auctioneer
Cash Paid for Used Furniture
Res. and Store 1010 N. Summer St. rhone Cll
TRANSFER td. STORAGE
Long and Short Distance Hauling
. iublic and Private Storage
Fireproof Builiing -
GRAIN, FEED and SEEr
' Free Delivery to any part of the city
Quotations cn Apr?-ca tic n
PAUL TRAGLIO. rtop.
Day Telephone 28