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LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS
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few miles from this city
0x12 Seamless Axmlnater Rugs
128.75. Imperial Furniture Co.
A little bumping party was held
on Commercial street between
SUte and Ferry, when 1L Dobbe,
351 North Broadway, Monmouth,
turned into a parking stall on the
street, his brakes failing to hold
and his turn a little wide, caused
his car to collide with the Ford
coupe belonging to B. E. Bund-; Want $1000 to S2000
quist, 1650 South High street,; At 7 per cent an1 g
which was parked on the atreet. witn Bafety. Laflar, Ladd & Bush
Dobbs heavy touring pushed the Bank Bldg.
small machine on to the waiK ana
also nearly demolished the houriTo Epect Dwelline
limit parking sign. Neither carj clarence R. Schrock was issued
was seriously damaged, as both!a permit yesterday to erect a one
charge for several days, was yes
terday released after arrange
ments had been made to cover the
amount of the check, authorities
Formerly of the Bonnie Dee
J now with The Beauty Box. Phone
per cent-19 85 for appointment.
were equipped with bumpers.
13 Watch for 13
It concerns you 13.
story dwelling on 2075 Berry
street, the estimate cost being
1924 Star Tourings $135
A real buy. Used Car Corner,
block West Ladd and Bsh.
Seeks Two Daughters
Roy H. Franklin of Laundal,
CaL. bas written to the county
clerk here asking for Information
which will aid him In locating his
two daughters, Ruth and Mary.
Ruth was married about five years
ago and the parent has not heard
from either of the girls since that
time, and does not know Ruth's
Wedding Bells Ring
A marriage license was issued
yesterday from the office of the
'Marion county clerk to John St.
Clair. 32. and Flavella M. Haynes,
26, both of Salem.
Boxing Salem Armory-
Wed., March 21, Hobbs vs. Cleg-
Martin A. Johnson yesterday
filed suit in circuit cour tasking
legal separation from Marie John
son on the grounds of desertion
They were married in August,
1919. The abandonment took
place March 1, 1927, he alleges.
18 Services You
13 What is 13?
Guaranteed Radio Service
Telephone 203. T. H. Burrell.
Fruit Growers Attentioi
Producers Cannery stock
sale. Phone 534.
Home For Rent on State Street
Seven rooms and garage. Call
Dr. H. E. Morris.
Five room furnished house
North 23rd street. Phone 2132.
Boxing Salem Armory
Wed., March 21, Hobb3 vs. Cleg
Nut and Fruit
Hot Water Heated Home
8 rooms. Brand new. Complete
all ways, on large corner lot. Fair
mount Hill. Price $12,500. Terms
if desired. Becke & Hendricks,
189 N. High street.
A decree quieting title was
handed down yesterday In circuit
court In the suit brought by Fred
Uphoff against Ada Moser and a
large number of others.
Rickey Meeting Called
A mass meeting of patrons of
Tfie Rickey school, district No. 8.
has been called for March 20,
Tuesday evening, by the school
board. Important business Is to
And repairing. Giese-Powers
A decree of divorce was handed
down yesterday by Circuit Judge
L. H. McMahan In the case of Paul
R. Wandrey against Bertha Wan-
drey. The divorce suit had been
based on the grounds of abandon
Jar Proof Watches Are the
Marvel of the day. See them at
Fomeroy & Keene's.
Cut Laf Illrch
Scarlet hawthorn. Weeping Jap
! cherries. Sycamore, Weeping wil
low trees, etc. Pearcy Bros., 178
South Commercial street.
Dallas Group Coming
Mrs. Charles L. Bllyeu, secre
tary of the Dallas chamber of com
merce, was in Salem Saturday and
called at the office of the Salem
chamber of commerce. Arrange
ments were made for a group from
Dallas to conduct the program at
the local chamber of commerce
luncheon on Monday, April 9.
Rugs Rngs Rugs, At
Itetter values than ever offered
before. Imperial Furniture Co.
Battery and Electrical Service
E. II. Burrell. Telephone 203.
4 64 N. Liberty.
Wanted A Modern Home
Not more than 6 rooms to trade
on fine farm all , equipped with
good bldgs. No Mtge. Laflar A
Laflar IaAA A Brian RMr
H. Cooper was issued a permit
yesterday to erect a one atory
dwelling to be located at 1940
Maple street. The estimate cost
of the building Is $2600.
Serfgwlck Post To Meet-
Comrades of Sedgwick Post axe
requested to meet at Rlgdon's
Chapel at 2:30 Monday afternoon
to attend the funeral of the late
Comrade D. F. Lane. By order of
. i s .
For Rent 8 Room House
239 North 16th. Call I11J.
Telephone 203 for demonstra
tion. B. H. Burrell, 4 4 North
x Store BulldinaTS For
Commercial, Liberty. High,
Court. Center, Front streets.
Becke ft Hendricks, 189 N. High
Earle Rlenwood. 1895 North
19th street, was fined $1 in police
ourt yesterday charged with not
having a light on his bicycle after
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mishler were
here from Grants Pass yesterday
and called at the office of the
county school superintendent. The
visitors will be remembered as for
mer teachers in the Woodburn
schools, where Mr. Mishler was
prinlcpal for many years. They are
also in school work in the south
ern Oregon city.
The House That ServH-e Built'
About Talking Big
FOR TWO FLYERS
British Airplane Lost Some
where On Route To
CHIEFS' MEET SOON
FIRE FIGHTER LEADERS GO
TO MARSH FIELD, JUNE
NEW YORK, Mar. 17. (AP)
There was no hope left today that
the transatlantic flight of Walter
Hlnchllffe and Elsie Mackay had
ended in anything but disaster, but
no faint clue was overlooked in
the determination to exhaust ev
ery possibility of rescue.
During the day the Canadian
legation at Washington requested
permision to send aircraft across
the border to 6can the Maine
woods where a plane had been
heard Thursday morning and the
permission was granted.
The faint hope that the transat
lantic plane had been brought
down in these woods and that the
fliers might be still alive but un
able to find their way out was
kept alive by confirmation of yes
terday's reports of a plane above
Minister of Marine and Fisher
ies Cardin at Ottawa was informed
by telegraph by the Canadian Pa
cific superintendent at St. John, N.
B.. that two men in a lumber
camp near Greenville, Maine, still
insisted that they had heard a
plane about six o'clock Thursday
morning. This would be at the
very limit of the time which Hinch
liffe and Miss Mackay might have
stayed in the air on the flight
which began in England Tuesday
On eof the earliest young song
sters In a church choir I once
knew, sang out boldly, impetuous
ly, on a not that wasn't there at
all. People tittered, and he felt
woefully conspicuous. Indeed he
had never felt so silly. But he
quick-wlttedly saved his face by
giving a startled look at the sing
er behind him. This hoaxed the
congregation Into thinking It was
the fellow behind who had hit the
When a man habitually boasts
about himself, his motive Is the
same as that or tne resource rui
choir singer. .He talks about one
thing to obscure something else to
make you look the other way. It
he brags about his money, he may
be trying to make you overlook
his .lack of education, or culture
Sometimes his efforts are as ob
vious as if he came right out and
"You probably think I don't
amount to much because I don't
look the part. But I've got a wad
of money, including four automo
biles, superfluous servants and a
I know a young man who com
plains of the stupidity of his busi
ness associates. He declares that
they are always plotting against
him because Jealous of him. When
he loses his Job, as often happens,
he blames the rest of the world for
not recognizing his genius. All
this is a screen for his own de
Special Sunday Dinner Served
5:45 to 8 p. m. Marlon hotel.
Elks Elks, Elks
Don't forget the dance tomor
Falrmount Hill New Home
6 rooms and double garage.
Extra plumbing. Complete to oc
cupy, raving paia. immediate
possession. Price now $6900.
And $1000 down, balance terms.
This is excellent buy. Becke &
Hendricks, 189 N. High street.
Four 1925-26 Chevrolet Tour
ings ranging in price from $225 to
$275. Five 1925-26 Ford Tour
ings. Roadsters. Coupes from $200
to $225, 1928 license on every one.
New rubber 60 days guarantee
Open evenings and Sundays. Used
Car Corner. V4 block West Ladd
Dance Hall Matter Up
The Marlon county court Is ex
pected to decide In the near fu
ture on the question of whether
P. A. Price will be granted a per
mit to operate a dance hall at
Olenwood Park, Just north of Sa
lem on the river road. A remon
strance carrying 139 names has
been ecelved by the court. Price's
oetltlon carried the required 12
13 What Is-
Watch for 18.
Buy New. Home North -
We haTe four ready to occupy.
Prices $3700 to $5500. and $500
down, balance EXACTLY me
rent. Take immediate possession.
Becke A Hendricks, 181 N. High
The annual meeting of the Ore
gon Fire Chiefs' association will
be held at Marshfield June 7, 8
and 9, according to announcement
made here Saturday by a commit
tee representing the association
and Clare A. Lee, state fire marshal.
Among the principal features of
the program will be a series of
motion pictures of the different
fire departments of the state in
action. There also will be demon
strations and exhibitions by the
several departments. A school of
instruction will be held each aft
ernoon. The convention will close
with a seafood dinner.
The speakers will include H. H.
Pomeroy, arson investigator for
the state fire marshal's depart-
ment; James A. McCune of the
Oregon rating bureau; -Tom Gra
ham, chief of the Corvallis fire
department, H. H. Sanderson and
Representatives of the associa
tion here Saturday were Roy El
liott, Med ford; Ivan Pearson, Mc
Minnville; William E. Nusbaum,
Eugene; C. J. Baughman, Ash
land; R. L. Gilson, Lebnon; Hen
ry Lococq, Marshfield; Harry Hut
ton, Salem, E. A. Taylor and Mr.
Lee. With the exception of Mr. Lee
and Mr. Taylor all are connected
with fire departments.
Registration Close Early
In Portland Legal. Ruling
The county clerk of Multnomah
county is complying with statutory
requirements by closing the regis
tration books 30 days prior to
holding the special election on
April 9 in connection with the pro
posed merger of the properties of
the Portland Electric Power com
pany and the Northwest Electric
This was the substance of a
legal opinion handed down here
Saturday by I. H. VanWlnkle. at
Mr. aVnWinkle held that inas
much as the special election, affects
only the City of Portland, regis
tatlon In that particular district
must be suspended. Persons re
siding and voting outside of the
city of Portland may register in
the usual manner until the official
MAKE THOSE TREES PAY
Phone 1775M 174 S. Liberty
Every city has its leading cit
isens who lead men and follow
their wives. Florida Times-Un
Circuit Judge Assigned
Judge C. FL McCuUoch of the
Baker county circuit court lu
been assigned to hold court in
Clackamas county for Judge J. A.
Eakln. who is recovering from an
operation. The Clatsop term of
court will open March 28.
1024 Star Tourings 185 '
A real buy. Used Car Corner,
Vt block West Ladd and Bush.
Mealier Gets Hearing
Governor Patterson has granted
an extradition hearing in the case
' Involving Otto Mealier, who Is
- wanted at Los Angeles for passing
checks bearing the forged signa
tures of a number of wealthy resi
dents of that city. The hearing
has been set for Monday. Meuller
, was arrested in Salem recently.
Just Received '
Four 19 J 5-1 Chevrolet Tour
ings ranging In price from $225 to
$275. Five 1925-26 Ford Tour
ings, Roadsters, Coupes from $200
to $225, 1928 license on every one
New rubber 60 days guarantee
Open evenings and Sundays. Used
Car Corner, block West Ladd
mnt TOSIO raadiag lamaa. "Wa la
tar 7ar l'uu inlirt braakaga.
Thompoon-Gintsch Optical Co.
110 N. Coons' 1 M.
As George Are says: "It yon
really have a front. It isn't neces
sary to put np one."
A man sure of his achievements
la willing to sit quietly and let his
record speak for itself.
No one needs to be concerned
about proving what he knows he
It isn't the innocent, but the
guilty who need the most witness
es, the nignest-pricea lawyers ana
the most oratory.
On a subway train, an uncouth
little chap who had been drinking.
insisted that another passenger
was taking up too much space.
"Get over there." he snarled.
and poke dhis elbow at the other
"I beg pardon," politely re
sponded the passenger who had
been chugged in the stomach, and
he moved over as much as he
Then I chanced to recognlxe the
second passenger. It was James
J. Corbett. ' While he may not
have been in quite the physical
fettle that he was when he
knocked out John L. Sullivan, at
New Orleans, there was, of course,
no question that Corbett could
easily have slapped the other fel
low's face so hard that he would
have gone through life wondering
Knowing that he could do this.
Corbett didn't need to do it. He
was well aware of his ability to
assert himself. His pride was not
Eat Chicken Dinne
Today at the Gray Belle.
o o O O
Turkey and Chicken Dinner
Served all day at The Spa.
For Dinner This Erening
$1.25 dinner at the
date for closing the registration
books prior to the regular primary
The opinion was requested by
Stanley Myers, district attorney of
Mroe Candidates Filing
With Secretary of State
A. W. Schaupp of Klamath
Falls, Saturday filed with the sec
retary of state here his declara
tion of candidacy for election as
delegate to the republican nation
al convention from the state at
John Manning, Portland, would
attend the democratic national
convention as a delegate from the
state at large.
Walter W. Russell, McMinnville
has tiled for one of the two seats
in the lower house of the legisla
ture for the 13th representative
listrlct, comprising Yamhill coun
y. Mr. Russell Is a republican.
MARY CUPPER PLEDGED
OREGON STATE AGRICUL
TURAL COLLEGE, Corvallis, Mar.
17. (Special) Mary Cupper ot
Salem, sophomore in home eco
nomics, has been pledged to Eu
terpe, local honorary in music.
Ten other pledges were made.
Euterpe the only music honorarj
on the campus, chooses its mem
bers from those women who have
shown special activity in any line
of musical endeavor. Scholarship
and character are also taken into
Chicken Dinner at the Lunch Box
181 S. Liberty St. Tables for
ladies. Open all day.
Special Chicken Dinner Today
And home made salads. State
Roast Chicken Dinner and Slip
Special Roast Chicken Dinner 50c
Special DeHote Chicken Dinner
11 a. m. to 9 p. m. White House.
Everything that goes with it,
50c. at the Nook. 379 N. High.
Chicken Dinner The Alexandra
50c, 1030 Chemeketa, Tel. 1539.
Food That Tempts the Palate-
Steak dinner, chicken dinner.
Fryers on toast. Gleehaven Inn,
(formerly Mlnto's) Jack Martin,
Prop. 5 miles south of Salem on
Pacific Highway. u
Special Chicken Dinner
At O'Leary's, 75c.
Feodor Chaliapin in this province
which was recently confiscated
rom the famous Russian basso by
he soviet authorities has been
onverted into a home for red
SINGER HAS COLD
BELGRADE. Jugo-Slavla, Mar.
17 (AP) Four of the 17 Ma
cedonians accused of complicity in
the murder of the Siberian gen.
eral,4Iichael Povachevltch last
October were convicted and senT
fenced to death today at Istip
where the assassination occurred.
I Too JLate To Classify
WASTED MAURTEP MAN ON FARM.
See 3. H. Hartwall areolar. 4320
Stata St. Apt. 0.
Rewound and Repaired, New
r Used Motors 7
Vlu&oicT $ TODD
101 South High Tel. 2113
NEW YORK, Mar. 17 (AP)
Mme. Ernestine Schumann-Heink
has interrupted a concert tonr and
returned to New York suffering
from a cold.
REDS TAKE HOME
VLADIMIR. Russia, Mar. 16.
(AP) The summer residence of
All popular breeds of baby
chicks now on sale at Make's
Petland, 273 SUte.
All Kinds of
L. O. SMITH a OOBOKa.
Ail Mmkaa Uiad MacMna
Phona 661 421 Oomit St.
Boston Terrier Puppies
- Males for
t,i. win Tiartieulsrty appeal to" anyons who Is furnishing
either a house complete or a single room.
In our furniture department we hare some house furnishings
that hare been slightly usedV These are in splendid condition
and are offered at greatly reduced prices. For example, we
have a three piece bedroom set reduced to-
: r.!arfictt FomSttairo Co.
Mutual Savings and Loan Association
A Salem Institution organised in 1910
Place your savings with us
Let us finance your home on weekly
or monthly payments
142 South Liberty Street
DR. B.H. WHITE
500 U. S. National Bank Bldg.
Office Telephone S5
Res. Telephone 409J
Make Your View and Commercial
- Pictures, Any Time, Any Place
Old Photographs Copied
Often you' want old photographs reproduced, sat fear entrust
ing them to strangers.
Our reputation assures the safety and proper ears et jout
picture, which we will copy, enlarge, frame or hand color at
a price lower, than the unknown agent can offer.
" 428 Oregon VJAg.
SISTERS WELL TEACH
ROSEDALE, Mar. 17. (Spec
ial) Mrs. Martin has been chosen
as teacher of the Rosedale school
for next year. Her sister. Mrs.
Thomas, has been elected for the
CUT FLOWERS, PLANTS
GOLD FISH, BIRDS ,
C F. BRKITHAUPT
Telephone it 9 ill Bute St.
Many people wonder why
they quickly tire at work
while other people enjoy the
vigor of early morning all
day long and do not become
fagged out. This annoying
brain fatigue is often due to
the fact that they1 have
worn their glasses past the
period of usefulness and
physical and mental fatigue
quickly result. Continued
neglect of the eyes is invar
iably the cause of nervous
ness, headaches and often
Morns Optical Co.
803 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
1 David F. Lane, died Saturday,
March 17. at the residence at 1155
Court street. His wife, Alice, on
son, Albert L. Lane, of North
Platte, Nebr., and one daughter,
Mrs. John Fechter, of Oakland,
Cal., survive him. Funeral serv
ices will be held Monday at 2:30
at Rlgdon's chapel with Rev. Nor
man; K. Tully fficiatinr. De
ceased was a member of Sedgwick
Post G. A. R., and the W. O. W.
Interment In Mr. Crest Abbey
MT. CREST ABBEY
LLOYD T. RIGDON, Mngr.
Also repair Adding Machines,
Numbering , Machines, Check
ATLAS BOOK STORE
465 State St.
Perfect Funeral Service
Licensed Lady Bfortlclan
770 Chemeketa Street
Well earned and a repu
tation worthily gained
through the refinement of
a service long and honor
Webb's Funeral Parlors ;
205 South Church Street
Ten Years Practice, In '?
Phone 625 J
Dr. L. R. Bnrdette
401 First National Bank Bldg.
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
General Banking Business
: Office Ilpurs from 10 a, m. to 3.P, m.
Lrtng and Short Distance Hauling '
Public and Private Storage
Fireproof Building v
GRAIN, FEED and SEED
Free Delivery to any part of the city.
QUOTATIONS ON APPLICATION
"PAUL TRAGLIO, Prop.. ". ' ; '
Day Telephone 28 Night Telephone 1267-W
: He came to - Marlon county two
months ago und lter obtained
A mam named Cheatham, held