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TOE 0E2G0N STATESMAN, SALELI, OREGON, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, 1927
LOOM INTO TEE FUTURE'
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and visualize the home that will be ,
. yoursL r The practical man knows that i
no building can be well erected until
the foundation is laid. :
A" sayings book and a Money Barrel r
. will lay: the foundation of a good sav- j
ings account, and help you realize your
wishes! 7 . . '
We Pay 7 Percent j
Start with a COIN-End with a
; BARREL of Money j
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A Money Bank FREE with each Newr
Account in December
State Savings and Loan Association
Assets over $ 1 90,000703-706 1 First National Bank Building!
More Than 1 1 0CL Members
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We tTe a 1925 Willy Knight
coupe, sedan fully equipped with
80 new balloons and In per
fect mechanical condition for
ucatlon, Zenus Olaen ; and 1 1. J.
Boyle,' graduate ' assistant In edu
cation. Arthur . BTerett. Kurene
hlxh school . Instructor, and Elton
Edge, senior In biological science.
The House That 8rrice Bunt"
Paint Shop Wiped Oat , ' ,
- The White auto paint shop 'at
pletely wiped out by fire at lcSO
S01 N. Liberty street was eom-
Monday morning. The loss' Is
around IM00 which is partly
cohered by insurance. The build
ing was owned by Murray Flem
ing an employee of Hunt Bxos.
cannery. A. V. White was the pro
prietor of the shop. His loss Is
about $1600. . ',' I
He reached la the back seat; got a
hammer and started beating both
girls with it. They fled into a
field Ferguson pursuing them
with a shotgun. He fired. . Miss
Richmond, fell mortally wounded.
As Miss Ralmey knelt at the side
of . her friend a second shot was
fired hurting her seriously, ;
Ferguson fled in his car which
later was found abandoned. From
that time until he shot himself to
death he Is belleTed to hare wan
dered aimlessly through the brok
en country near here, with armed
posses erer on his trail;
Released Yesterday ' --
I W. Marshall, natlre of New
Zealand who surrendered himself
to -Salem police' last week, stating
that he had crossed the Canadian
border unlawfully, was taken to
Portland yesterday by immigra
tion authorities. "
Vl'lt Poor F:
- Members of the county court
Ttsited the county poor .farm yes
terday with the idea of making
plans for a better heating system
in the building.; At present it is
heated by stores and recently' a
tire got started from aini orerheat-
LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS',
? Clatskunle Coople Weds. j Salem Men in Sacramento
? . Daniel I. Holden, 21, and Ermal Kenneth Wilson and S. D.
I M. J. Sly. 1, both of Clatsfcanie,: Jones oc saiem were recent tisi
were yesterday issued a marriage
license from the office of the
Marion county clerk. ,
Spocial Sale Of
Orercoats and blankets.
Kay Woolen Mill Co.
tors in Sacramento, CaL, accord
ing to word received here.
35 Cent Meals Yon Will Iik
At Varney's Sweetland. V
'Hare aa Oyster Cocktail
1 1 Arm Pacific Illehway
O V. .In., t r CllATTI 1 ft APM
in strawberries and fruit excel
lent landemail fair buildings
good welL For sale $5000 Reas
onable terms. Low Interest. Quick
possession. Would take clear Sa
lem property up to $2500. Becke
A Hendricks. 189 N. High Street.
I Tire Oompaay Sure '
The Miller Tire Serrlce - com-
I pany yesterday began action
! against Barret Brothers on" a
I 1S67.1S. note, demanding costs
I and $150 attorneys tees in addl
I to the face value of the note.
First Holiday Season Dance
Jad Watson real old time dance,
Crystal Garden, Wed., Dec. 7.
Norelties Turkey prices. Come.
Five Used Pianos Only f S a
Month. Salem Music Co.,'
N. High St. ' !
New' Fine HomePrice Cut"
Double garage and all modern
features including extra plumbing.
tiled bath, etc Terms. See at 248
W. Superlod. Immediate posses
slon. From $7500 to $6900.-Pav
ings paid. Becke t & Hendricks,
189 N. High street. -
Fireman Weds N
A marriage license was yester
day issued at the ; office of the
county clerk to George E. Ferrell,
23, and Mary Rogers, 32. Both
are Salem people, Ferrell being a
local fireman and ; Miss Rogers a
nurse. . .
lint Church of Christ, Scientist
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UZ saiam announces a in lec
ture on Christian Science by Mr.
John W. Doorly, C. S- of lxn-
don, England, r member of the
Board of . Lectureship of The
Mother Church, The First Church
.f Christ. - ScientlsU In Boston.
i Massachusetta, in the church edi-
lice, corner of Chemeketa and Llb
I erty streets, Tuesday evening. The
I nubile is cordiallr invited to at-
See the New Stylo
Gulbransens.; The most -beauti
ful piano in the world. Salem. Mu
sic Co.. 355 N. High St. ;
I Trade Your Piano
f On an all electric Radio. Salem
! Music Co., 355 North High St.
I Jailed for Burglary
f . Lee McCullen of SUyton was
I arrested at that city Monday on
J a formal charge of burglary In a
I dwelling In the daytime. Falling
to produce $-0 ball money, he
was brought to Salem and lodged
I In the county JaiL He will be glv-
en a hearing In the near future.
20 Rhode Island Pullete
For Sale See KleUlng at The
First Holiday Seasou Dance
Dad Watson real old time dance.
Crystal Garden. Wed., Dec T
Novelties Turkey prixes. Come.
rtnlop Vnw flirlrfmu TVnllvcr r
Fernery $4.00 and up. Chll
Siren's rockers $4.00 and up, Jarr
Jllnleres, Baskets,. Chairs,
Open evenings. Salem v Wicker
Mfg. Co., 2218 SUte. Phone 2230
Hubbard Estate Appraised
, The esUte of thevlate Ira W.
Hubbard has 'been appraised at
5723.43, according to a report of
inventory and appraisement filed
!n probate yesterday. -
:Wcm's Real Old, Time Dance
Crystal Gws every Satur-
Hair Cut Oc ; ;
Oregon Barber Shop, Basement
Ore. Bldg. .
ion Garage co. wiu also make
$400 worth of alterations ! to its
building. Bert Pratt took out a
permit to build a garage at 1026
N. 5th street at a cost of $300.
Personal Greeting Cards
We hare a large selection to
choose from. Prices reasonabl
It will pay you to see them. Atlas
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Special Sale Of-r- ' - -
Orercoats and blankets.
Kay Woolen Mill Co. .
Salem's Real: Old Time Dance-
Crystal .Gardens ' every Satur
Brooks Youth Fined
George Lemery of Brooks was
yesterday fined $10 by Justice of
the Peace Brazier Small for oper
ating an automobile without ' a
driver's license. He had a permit
to drive to and from school, but
was operating the car on Saturday
when school was not in session. He
is 14 years of age..
Reports Holdup-- j
A man giving, his name as Jack
D. Sullivan and his residence i
San Francisco, reported to Salem
police Sunday night that he had
been held up and robbed' while
driving on the Pacific highway
ust north of Brooks. Officers as
signed to the case discredited Sul
livan's story, believing . that he
was only looking for a free bed
at police headquarters j and some
eats. He said the robbers took all
his cash. I
Expert Work done at the
.. Modern Marinello where all op
erators are graduate nurses. 206
Hurt in Aato Accident-
Wade Carter, 627 Center street.
sustained a broken leg Saturdays
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mgni wnen ne drove nts car into
the ditch about five -miles north of
Salem,, He said he was blinded by
the lights of an approaching car.
He was taken to the Salem Gen
eral hospital. V ,
Trade Tour old Piano
In on a new grand. The largest
stock In Salem. Big sale on. Salem
Music Co., 355 N. High St. i
Fox Breeders to Meet -
The Oregon Fox Breeders asso
ciation will meet all day Friday at
the Salem chamber of commerce
rooms, it has been announced
There are over 40 fox breeders
conducting farms In Marion and
Polk counties. !
Furniture Co. :
Veariy New SOO Kellogg
Radio, operates from light sock
et, for less than one half price.
Phone 1823W. i ' .
If It's Too Small - I
Your house read on If t or
4 bed rooms, all large, large liv-
tag- ana dining-, large deep case
ment, large garage, interests ryou
Read some more. We are finish
ing , two good homes with large
furnaces with colls, electric water
heaters, 1 dry, fireplaces, hard
wood etc We can sell complete
to occupy for $5500 with all par
ings paid in full. North In modern
home district. Financed to suit
Low interest. Becke A Hendricks,
M tll.li Cl.aot V j
Baby Girl Arriv
. Mr. and Mrs. W. Freres of Stay-
ton are the parents of a baby girl
born yesterday at the Salem gen
Try the Noon Lunch ;
At Varney's, 355 N.
Teacher Resigns ' . .,
Mies Mabel Curry, first gTade
teacher in Lincoln, school, has re
signed to accept a new position in
the schools at Russellvillff a sub
urb of Portland. Miss Curry's
successor will, be elected at the
next school board meeting. '
K40 Portable Phonograph f25
$3 down. $3 a month. Salem
The Business and Professional
Womenwlll serve tea from 2
to 6 Saturday.' December 10. Per
service, 2 5e at the Butterfly Lin
en Shbppe, 366 N. High St. In
Chamber Bldg. j , '
Fada Six with Eliminator
Almost new. About half price.
Easy terms. Salem Music Co., 355
N..H!gh BC'fi -M- J:'::-i-:X:l
Students Hear Flynn .
Edward F. Flynn. assistant to
the rice president of the Great
Northern railroad and a director
of Rotary international, addressed
the students of Willamette univer
sity at the chapel exercises Mon
day forenoon, discussing the ideals
of the "game of business.
For Sale :' i- )'": ' '-
One t-tube GlllfUlan TJprtght
radio. Almost like new.- Guaran
teed to work right. Price $137.50
Phone-1224 right now. ; . '
lUg Grand Sato - :
$675 Grand, $435. $U0 Grarfd
$625. Easy terms. Salem 'Music
Cot. 355 N. Hlgn'Si.5'jof ;-
For this 2 at-rnn. onlr five
t '-'i-iilea ' from y Salem. ' Spring
water, iois-ok iruii. gooa pas-
tare and plenty of timber. Only
five blocks oft pared highway.
Will easily 'keep two or three
tows and hundreds of chickens.
!et us tell you about It.
Tola 22-acre tract only two
miles from the city limits of
Salem. Five-room house, good,
large barn, electric lights, all
la cultivation, all fenced. Pay
us $500 cash and get easy
terms on the balance.
U. S. REALTY CO.
4 12 State St. - Tel. 2ZC0
A Carte Service ' ! " ":-
,; In, Dining. Room," Maxioa Hotel.
Chimney Fire ' -" " ,i,;;'?
The, fire department was caHed
Sunday evening' to the home of
Mrs, Mary W. .Can thorn at 1066
Chemeketa street, to put out a bad
Names Committee I
President Page, -of the Salem
chamber of commerce, yesterday
appointed : - George ; Grabenhorst,
chairman of the nominating' com
mittee for 1928 officers. Others on
the committee are Oliver J. Meyers
and I. M. Doughton. Three men
tor each post will be nominated
Nine directors are to be elected.
Fairmoont Hill Homes Lots
Three new homes for sale $6,-
900 to $12.500.: Unusual buys In
extra large lots. A 75 x 150 Tlew
with, trees, ut from $4000 to; $3,-
100. Anoher large 100 by 15 0. Cor
ner with trees and view fort $2
600. We have 57 lots on hill to
choose from. Some are excellent
buys. Becke & Hendricks, 189 N,
High -Street. - : !
Prieete Gather II
This morning all of the prlesU
of : the Oregon City deanery will
be at St. Joseph's rectory for the
semi-annual conference.- The dls?
cuselon will be on church history
and canon , law, and will, occupy
most of the day. Father Buck
ntfll entertain the visitors at din
ner at 1 o'clock.
Small Home Best Buy 8 1M
Paring paid. Total now $2100
cash. See at 880 N. 22nd. Becke
& Hendricks, 18 N. xiign streei.-
A decree of divorce was yester
day handed down In circuit court
In the suit brought against Martha
A. Turner by Franklin E. Turner.
He had charged cruel and inhu
man treatment. The decree also
specified. In accordance with the
plaintiff's request, that the defen
dant be restored her former name,
Special Sale Of
Orercoats and blankets.
Kay Woolen Mill Co.
New Signs Petitioned
Four new electrically lighted
signs will be erected by business
establishments in the city, adding
to Salem's "white way," according
to petitions filed at the city coun
cil meeting and referred to the
lights committee. The firms which
will "light up are The Busy
Bee, C. F. Breithaupt, florist. Cen
tral pharmacy, and Hotel Sanford
S Oregon Pulp and Paper Co.
Preferred. Limited amount for
sale. Hawkins and Roberts. Phone
Superintendent of school
George Hug went to Eugene last
Saturday where he was initiated
Into membership of Phi Delta Kap
pa. Men's national honorary edu
cation fraternity. Other initiates
were Earl M. Pallett, registrar of
the University of Oregon-- J. A.
Tahser, assistant professor In ed
.of Street Near
School , Plan
Postpone Parrish Exhibit -
The art exhibit which was to
have been given Monday and to
day at the Parrish junior hlgb
school, has been postponed until
today and .Wednesday, on account
of a delay In arrival of the. pic
tures. Tht exhibit will be shown
from 4 to 5 o'clock in the after-1
noons of both days, and from 7:30
to 19 ia the evenings. Open house
will be held from 7:30 to 8 o'clock
and the program will begin at
Officers and enlisted men of
Company B, the local Infantry out
fit of national guardsmen, were
entertained at the Capitol theater
Monday evening through the cour
tesy ofFrank D. Bllga, manager
and proprietor. The picture, was
"The Gay Retreat," listed as one
of the best war pictures of the
TO RECEIVE "W
Nine ordinances, six of which
provided for the f assessment of
cost of improving certain streets,
were passed by the city council
last night. The other three pro
vided for segregation of the
sessment on property owned by the
Albert Estate; establishing the
grade on North 25th street be
tween State and Waller; and ac
cepting dedication of a parcel of
land from the school board to ex
tend the sidelines of Church and
Howard streets, eliminating a
The assessment ordinances were
Hazel street from Local to
Alley in block 87. $1341.26.
Twenty-fourth street , between
East Lee and West Lee, $1160.08
Twenty-second street from East
Lee to West Lee, $753.00.
North Liberty street from Jef
ferson to Columbia, $9688.00.
Alley in block two, Owens ad
dition. $883.25. ,
Twenty members of the Willam
ette university football sauad have
been recommended by Coach Roy
"Spec" Keene. to receive the stu
dent body award for athletics.
Five quarters of conference foot
ball Is the requirement for the
award. .None of the men recom
mended clayed the full time of !
every game. ,
The twenty recommended by:
Coach Keene were: Garnie . Cra
nor, , Reginald Depoe, Curtiss
Deets. Verne Eaton. . Curtiss
French, Charles Haldeane, Harold
Hauk, Harold McKenzle. Theodore
Lang. Loren Mort, William Mum
ford. John Propp.Wlllard Ruch.
Fred Rogers,: Meredith, Wood
worth, Laurence Winslow, CHve
Zeller, and Patrick Emmons.
Zeller. " Winslow, Woodworth,
and Mort are three t year letter-;
men; and McKenzle, Cranor,
Lange, Mumford. and Ruch are re
ceiving the award, for the second
year of participation.
MT. CREST ABBEY
LLOYD T. RIGDON, BIngr.
Perfect Funeral Service
... For Leas
Licensed Lady Mortician
770 Chemeketa Street
... Telephone 734
and . dignified service with
iimple and re verent
thoughtfulness for all con
" PLAXF TIPS, 2 DIB
" MEMPHIS, Mo Dec 5, (AP)
Lee R. Briggs, president of the
Pheeant Airplane company of
Memphis, Mo,, and W. L. Oliver.
student flyer, were killed when
their airplane overturned after
taking off about four miles from
CONDON SLAYER FOUND
DEAD BY OWN SHOTGUN
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heada bared as the services were
read. - !'...'
A feeling of relief that Fergu
son had killed himself was evident
here tonight. Few had slept in the
little, cowtown since the murder,
one of the most brutal in Gilliam
county. Even after word had been
received of the finding of Fergu
son's body, threats were heard
against him. His body j was claim
ed by the coroner, but still,, grim
suggestions were . heard where
Tne snooting ot tne girls oc
curred Friday afternoon. Little is
known of the events leading up to
the murder. Miss R&imey, the on
ly survivor of the party of three,
had not recovered sufficiently
from her wounds to give an ac
count 'of the crime. I ' '
It is known there was a quarrel.
Ferguson had shown marked at
tention to Miss Richmond. The
Ufree were in an automobile Fri
day. Ferguson stopped nls car,
giving tire trouble as an excuse.
QUICK COLD TABLETS
Guaranteed to break up a
4 cold in 24 hours. "
NELSON HUNT, Dangglsts
Cor. COurt and Liberty; Tel. 7
Big Grand Sale. f75 Grand
. f435. 950 Grand 9023.
: Salem: Music Co.
t: ' S55 N. High St.
W. I. Henry was arrested here
yesterday, on , a warrant ( from
Washington county, charged jwith
larceny by bailee. . Officers wtre
not f certain wnai tne reunite
charge is as yet, but believe that
he purchased ; a motorcycle ; in
Portland and attempted . to leave
the country without" paying : up
bach installment on the purchase
contract. -":-'- '
FOR SALE OR RENT
Three acres close In on paved
highway with modern house.
F. L. Wood. 841 State SU
Special Sale Of .
' Qvercoats and . blankets.
Kay Woolen Mill Co.
nigh Grade Furniture-
- Auction at F. N. WoodTy's Auc
tion Market, Wednesday nite 7 p
Permits to Repair- r
The Roth Grocery company will
make $300 worth! of repairs to Its
store at 134 North Liberty street,
according lo the record of permits
Issued yesterday at the office of
City Recorder Poulsen. r The Mar
Sae and "
endorse it All
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O. F. BRElTilAu it j '
Telephone SSe SIS State St.
John J. Rottle
Expert Shoe Fitters A
41tt State Bt. V j
The next highway bridge con
structed In Clatsop county will be
named for Senator A. W. Norblad
If a resolution passed by the Ore
gon Beaches association Is accept
ed by the etate highway commis
1927 FltKti W aLLPAa'ER
. Call, pbooe or write
k MAX O. BUREN
179 N. Commercial Salem
YICK SO HERB CO.
j J. H. LEOXG, Mgr.
Our life's work has
been spent in studying
the healing, properties
ot Chinese herbs and
now daily we relieve
those suffering from
stomach, liver, and kid
ney trouble, rheuma
tism and gall stone,,
also disorders of men.
women and children.
Free' Consultation Call or Write
1 Open A. M. to 8 P. M.
420 State BU, Salem, Oregon
EYES EXAMINED i
" Ten Years Practice in
Dp. L. R. Burdcttc
401 First National Bank Bldg.
T ADD & BUSH, Bankers
General Banking Business .
Office Hoars from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.;
Make Your View and Commercial
Pictures, Any Time, Any Place
Old Photographs Copied
Often yon want old photographs reproduced, but tear 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.
r Ladles' wool dresses cleaned
and pressed, $1.00 up. , lien's
and Ladles suits cleaned and
pressed 11.00. . - ; "
.Capital Drcj Etoie
I ELECTRIC MOTORS
Rewound and Repaired, New
; - or Used Blotors
VIBBERT & TODD
Things Electrical .
131 Eoulh ll!h Tel. 2113
of Fashion , "
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- Has a subtle charm ot
which ..one never tires..
In a new imported bot
tle which makes it an
attractive gift. ,
. Half-ounce Bottle ; -
Perry's Drusr Store
115 S. Ccnmercial
Wed. Ifite 7 P. IL
F. N. Woodry's Aactioa
1610 N. Summer St. '
choice of patterns
S new waL reckers, aaholst
"ered in valour
1 new Z piece set of Bavaria
New linoleum rugs all sixes
4 new linoleum remnants
1 new ateel bed, Ivery
1 new steel bed, Brtwn
1 new steel bed sarins
1 Shnaons eoU spring
new cotton felt mattress
1 stew wool mattress, 40 lbs.
1 Western electric washer
Al shape -
1 Eureka eL sweeper and an
1 adjustable 'ureas farm -
I largs kitchen cabinet v
1 reed baby carriage
i 1 Bridge Beach range
1 geed heater - 's"- '
. 1 gvcnr oil steve and even
1 new. uflnisbed breakfast-
table and 4 chairs : -J
1 new bed roem salt, your
ehetee mt trorj
F tlaSae tndaainci
r ser and chiffonier
1 small fir dresser -
Long and Short Distance Hanling
Public and Private Storage
GRAIN, FEED and SEED
Free Delivery to any part of the city.
QUOTATIONS ON APPLICATION
PAUL. TRAGLIO, Prop.
Day Telephone 28 ' Night Telephone 12G7-W
Z eued beds
sCk fiass mat-
1 baby bed
I of flee desk, chair and
S coaunen reefcens
Used ruffs, pietures, blankeia,
and many arUcSss coasng ta
Arples, potatoes, earreta, on
.; lone New Ferd tires, eta.
There will be a f ana ere
day Auction here nszt
Saturday. Give U3 yevr
listings now for adver
tising. , - - .
Cash Paid for Used
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It is the gilt that reflects the good taste of the dcr.cr.
It is the gift the value of which can not he measured
by the amount expended.
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