J f P 11 1 I: i I ii for Your "Bath i : i t. -7 I.' f ' The finishing touch of a luxurious bath is Grecian Roso Bath Talcum especially made and packaged for body us9. It is pleasantly fragrant, very jsoft, Very clean feeling. Not the least of its virtues is its economy. A full pound package, of Grecian Rose Bath Talcum is only 79c and each package contains a large soft powder puff 1 CAPITAL DRUG STORE ' Owl Agency J. II. WIIXETT Telephone j 119 Corner Liberty & State i M i it it 1 1 imi oil)) V. II II II tii) wimi w VH, LOCAL NEM rS BRIEFS gnrr BuLng White The case of Wagner vs. White gan in " circuit court here, Te-1 'day, and is expected to come to -onclusion some time today; The - .ion grows out of an automobile cldent. r Compressor for Sale - ...... Full automatic Kellogg air mpreasor," complete with. 1 hose. uck. etc., h. p. motor, 35 gal. v i,riAil c naw fnmt S17I. for Ow7ck sale only ill ft. Bee ai -Izgerald-Sherwin Motor Co., cor- , i r Chemeketa and Liberty Sta. A xident Reported ' - H. H. Bennett of route 1, Turn r -V. yesterday reported . a minor to accident to 'the office of .the t ' anty sheriff. Bennett's machine lUded ; with one driTen by Earl icksrat a point on the highway : out a mile and a half north or '. arner. "Tucker ia a resident of I ivute 1, Aumstnie. Aliens Hare Daughter -.. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Allen are receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a baby girl, born yes terday. The infant, who weighed nine pounds, has been named Bet tie Zoe. i i ' Parked too Long - R. EL Miller, Mrs. T. A. McLeod and W. A. Wills paid 1 fines In police court yesterday for over time parking. - - Thanksgiving Ere Dad Watson Crystal Garden ; real , old time dance Holiday : program. Extra fine. New Homes -5000 to f 13,000 j . We have six ready for you. Bet ter built, than you have seen. Terms if desired. -Becks fc Hen dricks, 19.N. High gtreet. -, : ' Visits. Family t ' ' Mrs. W. H. Armstrong, 1009 Saginaw . street, is ; visiting - her brother and sister in Seattle. Interested in Investments? Let us tell you of the best real property investments we know, Here'e a large corner, we had it appraised last week: by a conserva tive business man. he guessed 115,000 value. We guess $5500 We can sell this week for $3350. Others down town and: on fringe of business that will get better. Becke & Hendricks. 189 N. High Street . i A" La Carte Serrtce , In Dining Room Marlon Hotel. r.itacca vs. Mattson Today The case of. Ritacca vs. Mattson ! . schf uled for this afternoon In rcuijburt. The ease is based i pon an alleged automobile col- Creamery Operators Meet The monthly meeting of the C regou Creamery Operators asso- t atlon was held Thursday after- ln the Salem chamber of jmmerce rooms. Routine busl-i vesa was discussed. - - Salem Real Old Time Dance . Crystal Gardens, Saturday site. Leave for San Francisco b. H. F. and Russel Bonesteele are leaving! today for San Francisco where they will attend a conven tion of Dodge automobile dealers. 42 Piece Sea of Dishes Free With every Montag range sold during our Montag stove sale. H. L. 8tiff Furniture Co. j Parked In Front of Theater O. H. Sander was fined $1 yes terday in police court for parking in front of a local theater. Held Non-Suit The .case of the Bonesteele Mo tor company vs. the National Union Fire insurance 1 company was held non-suit by Circuit Judge Percy R. Kelly in court yesterday afternoon after the plaintiff had put on all of its evidence. Judge Kelly held that the complaint insufficient. . - , - Emma Lens Serr " All kinds of dinners every day at the Nook,' 379 N. High St. Fined for Speeding L. W. Hamilton, 809 N. 21st street, was flaed $8 in police court yesterday for- speeding on city streets Wednesday sight. i ' Fairgrounds Road Buy 6 . room - furnished ; home and large piece of land with 99 foot sidewalk frontage. For sale for $3200 cash. "All pavings paid. This i Is a buy. Vacant at 1831 Fair grounds Road. Bscke & Hendricks V 189 N. High Street. Colnslon S'ear Hubbard ; Mrs. . Tina L. Soles, 641T Port : land Road, reported to the eounty theriffs office' yesterday that she (ollided with J. B. Cummlngs of , ralem while driving her car near Hubbard. Talk to lions : The Lions club will be ad dressed at its weekly luncheon to day by Miles H. McKay, assistant attorney general. ' Hways a Crowd lAt Haxelgreen Saturday Nltes. Htage Driver Loses Foot . j Harry Shade, wall known Pick wick stage driver, had his foot am putated in Los Angeles this jweek following an accident while chang ing a tire on the bus he way driv inc. He had the heavy machine iaked up when It slipped off and the rim of the wheel crushed his font. - ... Thanksgiving Kvo Pad Watson Crystal Gardens, enjoy yourself. Licensed to Wed A marriage license was yester day Issued to Nick J. Pramatias 3 6. and Helen Pearl Johnson, 2 3. Both are residents of Broadacres. .awvvMn ar a JMsaMassM- .rowing cities ia Oregon are SALEM. EUGENE and KLAM ATH FAL..S. The record ot sliding raUs : proves it. )ALEM lewat for ..last month rut the rate i close we con gratulate our".. rivals they are splendid cit;ei with great fu tares. We havs ciiy and eoun try properties lifted from each Cor easehanga f.. .'.leii proper ty. Big sheep ranches and ir. rl gated lands in Ki&raaik Coea ty -ask us about thea A fine tight reem home.yery desirabiv loeaied close to modem hfgn sehooi and business , district la Klamath Falls to exchange for Calecs property, Klamath Fall Coasts cf a monthly payroll of milion and a half. U. S. REALTY CO. Special Delineator Snbscriptions All this week. Half price! With 'two year subscription a com plete volume on "Art of Dress making" given free. Phone 2397 Miller's Sbre.-' ': b- Gordon Pays Visit Herbert; Gordon, Multnomah county legislator, was a visitor in Salem yesterday and renewed ac quaintances at the state house. Fall-mount Hill 6 Boo: New Home.' Double garage and all-modern features. For sale for total, price f 7500 and reasonable terms tan handle. Becke ft Hen- Idrlcks, 189 N. High Street. - Dmnks Arrested A. C. Morrisey and Jack Lewis, vagrants, were arrested last night for being drunk. .They spent the night In the city jail. Two More Houses I , John W. Glllmer was granted a permit yesterday to construct a dwelling at 560 North 21st street at a cost of $4000.. Wllley Wea- tehsr'will build one at 2095 Gar den' Road at a cost of $2200. , , SATS . te have a 1024 Overland dan With S3 new rflbbert 8 A Af spot light metometer, an tomatic swipe, rear view mirror This car is in ; fine condition and our price is $300.O , 4The House That Service Bunt Bond Buyers-Here's a Center Street .corner thai will net you 44 and Must Increase la value. Wat is safer? $4000 to handle. Other income properties all parts of Salem that will net you ; 4 to 12 and Increase in Value. What is safer 7 Becke it Hendricks, 189 N. High Street. DEFffiSE H3S CASE IFJ BIB DODZE TRIAL Attorneys - To Make Argu ments Today Closing .Sensational Episode Sues on Contract : la' an amended complaint filed in circuit court yesterday Andrew Sundin demands judgment against B. G. Neal in the sum of $1,057. 34 J He claims that amount Is due on a contract entered Into between the two parties. J Another Petty Robbery Paul Dunn of 950 E. Glisan street, -Portland, reported to the poHce that he lost a black walnut bag from his car last night while it was parked in front of the New Hotel Salem. Tire Stolen- Some petty thief stole a 8 Ox 3 1-2 tire last night from Reuben Hllfiker at 830 Mission street. The tire was a spare and was taken from the car while It was parked on Court street. Dancing Every Saturday Night ; Dome's Pavilion, McCoy. Benefit Dance and Card Party- Given by W. O. W. at Fraternal Temple tonight. Ladies 25c, Gen tlemen 50c Home for 'Dog Wanted Dr. W. G. Morehouse, head of the Oregon humane society," an nounced last night that ; the soci ety has on its hands a. brown dog that will make a good pet for a child. He stated that anyone wish ing to secure the animal should communicate with him.; his tele phone number being 1510. ; Nothing Equals Osteopathy For eolds, flu. hi-blood pressure, pneumonia. Dr. Marshall,- 309 Oregon Bldg. Witt Go to Seattle- Miss Elnora Thompson, of the Marlon county health demonstra tion, will leave Saturday for Se attle where she will take part In educational conferences. . fv A: Turkey Shoot -f Sunday, Nov. 20 th, IL B. Loo- ney farm. 12 miles south of Salem, on Pacific highway. Dean Off to Seattle- Dean Roy Hewitt, of the J Wil lamette university law school, will leave for- Seattle today to attend a Y. M. C. A. conference. On his way to Seattle he will stop at Orej gon Ci";y to address a teachers' Institute on the subject of War and the School." Bargain For Sale Cheap lumber. 18", Mill Block wood; cut from old fir logs, part ly seasoned. Large loads. Fred B. Wells. Phone 1542, 280 Soutn Church. I r ' -: . Realtor In Portland - ' . E. E. Tripp, : local real eaUte dealer, left yesterday for Portland to be gone for several days. ' - Bargain in Radio Will sacrifice new 8 . tube 10 K. 17th St - ' set. Osteopaths Qualified A recent repor in. The States- man " of Attorney oenerai l. ti Van Winkle's opinion as to per sons qualified: to sign certificates readmitting pupils to school after being III with communicable dis eases, failed through an error to mention that, osteopathic physi cians were so qualified. . Pnraiture TJpfaolstered - And repairing- Oiese-Powers rumiture Co. ; - " Loses Brief The second report this week of a stolen brief ease was made yes-i tsrday when C, Mclntyre reported that his ease was stolen out of his ear while he was eaUng lunch at the Gray Belle restaurant,. ;,?;A - . Oregon Prrrp and Paper Co. Preferred. Limited amount for tale. Ilawklns and Roberta. Phone 1427. Nonroroort Chars Charles Faiat was,, arrested yesterday la : a. charge of failing ia'sHpport hisv-wife, Declaring himself unable to prod acsr bond. Le was r'acsi la its coxtiy Jill. Barbara Fritchle Sewing Club- Will hold Bazaar at Glesy- Powers, Saturday. ; f . Walsh, Taylor Jailed Robert Walsh and William O Taylor, who police say stole a Buick automobile belonging to J L Capllnger Wednesday night, yes terday failed to produce ball and were lodged In the - county jail Ball was set at $1000 each by Jus tice of the Peace Brazier' Small Criminal complaint was sworn out against them by George Thomas on. - member of the 1 Salem police force. Fatrmonnt Hill 55 for sale. , All. sixes, facings. etc. Becke & Hendricks. 189 N High Street. , , 1 Men Initiated ' William Mnmford, Vancouver; George ; Birrel, Amity; Kenneth McCormlck, . Salem ; Laurence Schrelber, McMinnville; and Wal ter : Kaufman, Cargonado, were initiated ' into the Blue Key f ra ternlty at Willamette university this week. It Is a national service organization. Purchases "The 'Nook- Miss ' Emma Lenz, who served as pastry cook at The Spa for five years, recently purchased "The Nook" at 379 .North High street from Miss Grace Gillian and Mrs. Dorothy Hutcheson. Several changes -have been made "which add considerably to, the attractive ness of this place where real serv ice of quality is the motto. BRITISH LORD MAKES REPLY TO MR. CECIL (Continued from Page One) tance," continued . the speaker, "but nobody was more vehement than he in pointing, out that the American proposals would cause a great increase in vessels of an aggressive character. "Our need for six inch guns was for defense." Their demand for eight inch guns would have led to an increase In power of attack of any country which adopted their plan. Even if Lord Cecil were right, as we could have got an agreement by throwing- overboard all our arguments about the limi tation of aggressive strength, ..we should have signed an agreement leading to a large increase of of fensive strength In the world's fleets. TACOMA, Nov. 17. AP). With a final assault on the char acter of Wlnfield Huggett, the de fense In the Grays Harbor liquor conspiracy case rested at 4 1 15 o'clock this afternoon In federal court and the government will be gin Its rebuttal testimony tomor row morning. ; t .j; Huggett, confessed large . scale bootlegger, was one of the govern ment's star witnesses. r , Defendants John . Gillespie and Lee Estep, former Aberdeen po lice officers, told of visiting Hug- gett'a home . with Deputy United States . Marshal John T. Secrist af ter the Indictments were returned in the present ease In. which Hug gett was named as one of the de fendants.1: . V Story Refuted Defense Attorney Maurice Lang- horne Introduced the government papers on the gasoline launch Sea Hawk, showing that she was not commissioned until 1925, whereas Huggett had testified to receiving liquor shipments on her in 1924. The government . received legal reinforcements today when Assist ant . District Attorney Paul D. Coles arrived from Seattle to assist Anthony Savage and ' John T. Mc- Cutcheon in winding up the case. Savage declared that the gov ernment's rebuttal testimony would probably consume half a day and whether the de fense1 will offer any evidence . in surrebuttal depends on the nature of the government's rebuttal, ac cording to Attorney Wallace Mount for the defense. - Defense Witnesses Ten The. defense put ten more wit nesses on the stand today, zeur of them defendants, which "brings the total number of its witnesses during the trial to 95 and : the grand total called to date now stands at 188. A. renewed attack on . the char acter of Howard Riley, another government mainstay, was a f ea ture of the morning when the de fense Introduced a certified copy of the arrest report of Riley on a charge of illicit relations with his step daughter. Early in the trial Riley hotly denied this, on the, witness stand when Attorney Langhorne asked him If this was not the reason his wifs divorced him and followed that with another question as to whether he had been arrested on such a charge which he also de nied. ' ' It Is doubtful if the case will go to the jury before early next week as the arguments of attorneys and the instructions of Judge Edward E. Cushman will follow the testimony. cloud hung over the entire eit and tied up traffic generally President Cooliije was ea route to the Union station to take a train to . Philadelphia when the storm was at Its height, hut he did not learn of the extent of the storm's destruction until after he left the eiy Rumors Circulated . Many wild reports were going around, one that two had . been killed when an automobile turned over, another that a man had been struck fay lightning in northeast Washington, and still another that a school at 18 th and Bennings Road had been destroyed, but in the absence of confirmation "these reports were believed to be with out foundation. J The naval air station at Anacos- t la, D. C, suffered perhaps half a million dollars damage, eight sea planes and the roof of one hangar being pitched about in thewind and rain. Several men In the na val barracks were reported slight ly injured. Boiling field, the army sits of the station, was unaffected. although the storm was felt there First: reports from Alexandria, were that only a few negro dwell- lnga were damaged. In Hyatts- yille the, principal damage was to the. city's ice plant, which was up rooted, i At Colmar Manor, Md., two houses were demolished and a score 'of others were unroofed Slight property damage resulted at Blandensburg, Md.. including the unroofing of the old George Wash ington Inn. HUSBAND LEAVES ELEVEN UNSUPPORTED SAYS WIFE (Continued from' Page One) tired of his new surroundings and left her, saying he was through with her for good and told her he was going to Canada and for her not to try to find him. He also gathered up what little money she had and left her without ny thing. . Now she wants the auth orities to find him and bring him back, Mrs. White and the county court believe it would be a useless ex penditure of money to attempt any such proceeding and they also feel that it is an imposition on the state of' Oregon for the courts in North Dakota to have sent " the woman and, her children here. knowing." as they; must have, that she would sooner or later become a public charge. Instead of start ing a country-wide search for the' husband they have written the county court where the woman came tfrom advising them that it is up to that body to shoulder tee WASHINGTON HIT BY TERRIFIC TORNADO . (Continued from Page One) but nonehad'been requested early tonight; Federal Buildings Missed ' . : Northwest Washington, where most government buildings and the larger residential .structures are situated, knew little about the damage , to the east, although the two torrents of rain, both .delug ing-the city with a half inch -of water In less than ten minutes on each occasion, and low black Another fair one from . Sweden will try our movies. She Is Mona Martinson, just turned 21. FOR SALE OR RENT Three acres close in on paved highway with modern- house. F. L. Wood, 841 State BU Stolen Car Pound Salem police have - been in formed that a Chevrolet car . that was reported stolen here "Novem ber 15 and hearing license- No. 111,781, has been recovered at Oregon City. . FOR" DECORATIONS " Sco- ' C. T. BRETTJXALPT Telephone 189 111 Bute EL We Have Cash Bay For first class modern resi dences on N. Church, Winter or Summer streets. ' See Wells Tall- man A Son, i 15 Masonic Bldg. EUcs Dance Saturday Night'' . " Members urged to come, ; Car Towed in Police officer towed in a Ford touring cat last night that had been sitting' f or the past three days at'Mornlngside, According to the license number the car be losssd ta W,.M.Ycder ct Toledo, DRESSMAKING Remodeling of Suits, Coats and Dresses . All kinds of plain and fancy sewing - Charges reasonable. ELLA. BERRY . ' OVER DIRECTOR'S V J . N Distinctly Correct Footwear For Men Boys For Women Girls John J. Rottle ; Expert Shoe Fitters A IS State BU. MT. CREST ABBEY ' MAUSOLEUM VAULT ENTOMBMENT LLOYD T. RIGDON, Mngr. whole lead and seme te eue . ': "It beau me" said- Mrs. White yesterday, ''how all these people think alt they have to do is to get out here te Oregon, and then in some way they will get along-. They must think this is some kind of a Garden ef Eden where people never hare to eat and clothes are unnecessary. "The quicker a lot of those people back there realize that It takes money to , live hre the same as it does , any other Place the better It will be for. all concerned. The woman did not make any complaint aoorft being in need of the necessaries of life, but asked only for help in getting her hus band located and brought hack. In addition to her own seven chil dren, she ia earing for her hue bands three. - t SIMPSON HEADS ARTS EUGENE. Nor. IT. (AP) Donald B. Simpson of Seattle was today appointed temporary head of the department of normal arts of the school of architecture and allied arts at the University of Oregon. Mr. Simpson will hve charge of the work of Miss Maude Kerns who Is going to Europe on a leave .of absence extending from January 1 to the end of the school year. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED Ten Years Practice in Salem Phone 625 Dr. L. It Burdette Optometrist 401 First National Bank Bldg. 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