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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEIf, OREGON; SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 6, ,1923
By J. R WILLETT
3 00 o.
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n MB A 7 YOU; MAKE ) W "GET
V PAIN A v ME- .SICK ? .v.- &V I
Relief for pain, relief from boredom come here! Relief from drudgery, re
lief from insanitary condition -come here! We'll relieve you a lot and
we'll relieve your purse as little as possible;
Three Licenses Issued
Three marriage licenses were
Issued yesterday from the county
clerk's , office during regular of
fice hours. Licenses were: Mike
Herman Battalion, 28, Salem, and
Lela Dresner, 21, Salem; Dorsey
Neal Littler, 33. Salem, and Jes
sie Pauline Hendricks, 26, tPen
dleton; Robert F. Schroeder, 22,
Stayton, and Grace V. Taylor, 27,
Mor'i Day Boxes
Arranged to order.
Men Jar Proof Watches
"'Stand the gaff. Throw them
across the room, yes, they still
run. See them at Pomeroy &
Mon. May 7, V o'clock. Elks
and ladies Eight v'ece orchestra.
Permits baaed 1
Two building permits were is
sued to Mrs. Margarette Fisher for
the construction of two dwellings
to be located at 1720 and 1710
Berry street respectively at an es
timated cost of 13100 each. An
other permit was Issued to Auther
Offen, 1410 Commercial street.
John H. Scott Has Moved
His office to 1089 Court street
pending a new office connection.
Phone 622. . I
We Can Give Ton the Permanent
Wave that you want. Capitol
Beauty Shoppe. Tel 36
S 25 to $375 to Invest
North 17th addition- lots are
now on marketvNo lbi-narrower
than B0 feet. Many are ICS feet
deep. Just west of Kays 2nd addi
tion. Terms as low as $25 down.
$10 a month. Every home will
have cement basement and be mod
ern. Choose now from 75 of the
different sizes, facings, etc. Becke
& Hendricks, 189 North High
Carl D. Gabrielson, who lias
spent several weeks in Boston, re
turned to his home in this city
yeslStfday. He spent most of his
time in Boston but also visited
several of the large eastern cities.
Portland Electric Power Co.'s
Preferred Shares represent par
tictpation in the income from the
business, and are an investment
In actual, safe, income-producing
property and service. They pay
6.25 per cent. 237 N. Liberty St.,
Announcing Opening of New
Restaurant in old Terminal
building, Monday, May 7. Good
home cooked food at reasonable
prices. Open from 6 a. m. to 8
p. m. ' Closed Sundays.
' We have a few pair of prov
en breeders with their 1928
pups. Five pups In each litter.
We also have pups from rib
bon winners. Or from Sweep
I We can supply you with
choice breeding stock. Consid
ering . quality our prices are
, Amity, Ore.
SUMMER IS HERE
For yonr vacation la the hills or on the water let as make
that ARCHERY TACKLE BOAT OR SEA SLED fee you.
Place Your Order Earl
Willamette Auto Supply Co.
V FRED LAKGEXBERQ ' J "
Cupte Cottage and Ferry
IF WE FIX IT, jT WILL STAY FIXED
Lawn Mower Grinding, Saw Filing Sewing Machine
: Repairing. light repair work of all kinds. All work
Give U a Trial!
, 1To t7ibIItt GE:cp
. TELEPHONE 161$ 46S FERRY ST.
NE WS BRIE FS
For Rent Houses Apartments
Store buildings. Becke & Hen
dricks. 189 North High street.
Let Us Mail Yonr Mother's DutH
Box of candy. The Gray Belle.
Mon. May 7, 9 o'clock. Elks
and ladies Eight piece orchestra.
Fumlxhed and Unfurnished
Three room apartments. Virgin
ia Apartments, 379 N. Liberty.
Special Sunday Dinner
Served 5:45 to 8 p.
And repairing. Giese-Powers
Furniture Co. . i
A Beautiful Assortment of
Mother's Day boxes of Gray
Special High Grade Furniture
Auction Tuesday, May 8, 1:30
p. m.. at 52 N. 14th St., in rear
of 560. New Westinghouse auto
matic electric range and furntnre.
See Ad. F. N. Woodry, Auc
$200 to S500 Down
New homes immediate posses
sion. Priced from 3500 to S12.
000. Seven to choose from. Terms
and low interest on balance. Becke
& Hendricks, 189 North High
Sues on Account Stated-
Ronald E. Jones yesterday be
gan action in circuit court against
the Labish. Meadows Celery union
for $334$. ;aMe!nrtliat-hjS
balance is due on an account with
the C. H. Robinson company and
that the account has been assigned
Think ins; of Building
In northeast Salem. Don't pay
more than $375 for a lot until you
have investigated North 17 th
street addition. Larger lots, less
paving. A protected district of all
modern homes. $25 down takes
any. Balance $10 a month. Becke
Hendricks. 189 North High
Mrs. Mable Boyington was in
this city from Mehama' yesterday
and while here called at the coun
ty school superintendent's office.
Have You Tried Swlsmolken
Swiss brick cheese, buttermilk
and butter now on sale, at 310
South Winter street? There are
all excellent Salem-made product;
and are being used and appreciat
ed by many Salem housewives.
See Stiff Furniture
Flower In the Bottle Toilet
Water or a dainty handmade
handkerchief for that "Little
Mother O' Mine." Specialty Shop,
244 N. High.
Open House Today
665 North 21st street. See the
last word in decorating. W. P.
Dunsmoor of Dunsmoor Bros.
High Street Corner
An 82 xl 05 close in. Now $11.
009 cash. This means 187 hi feet
of future retailing frontage and
soon. Zoned for business at High
and Marion streets. Other Inside
properties on Liberty, High, Center
Ferry and Commercial streets.
Becke Hendricks. 189 North
WATER ESCAPES AND
( Continued from pat,e D
was located at the base of the dam
and therefore under several feet
of water In the creek below. Af
ter men with ropes failed,, a key
attached to a long pole succeed
ed in unlocking it.
HEALTH PARADE GREAT
SUCCESS; 1881 MARCH
(Continued from pat 1)
from the -milk bottle to the tooth
brush, were srtikingly displayed.
Just a few of the many things
hlch the schools - contributed
were: - -
MU1 City dramatized Healthy
Land, Including this -Dr. Tooth
brush, Vegetable Valley. Bathub
Pond, Milk Tower, Breakfast Inn,
Fresh Fruit Camp, Fres Air Moun
tain an dSleep Mountain.
Mt. Angel converted their lively
school children Into any amount of
huge wriggling vegetables.
Turner presented a carrot army.
Hubbard, spurning the classic
Knights of the Round Table', slip
ped In a pleasing array of Knights
of Health, wearing armor and war
Middle Grove brought a travel
ing ;-or touring dentist to Salem
for the day.
Current events were utilized In
St. Louis' airplane, displayed as
the "Spirit of St. Louis."
, , Apples, red and huge, were pro
claimed by Gervals a healthy food.
In fact, the students were apples.
Gates presented .the steps to
health in novel manner.
. North Santiam marched -Its star
of liealht . along ' with such movie
stars at Hoot Gibson and Tom Mix.
Contributing to the dispatch
with which the parade got under
way and its success was the patrol
work with a. hundred Boy. Scouts
did in keeping the .streets clear of
traffic, and also the' management
of the section leaders, Harold As
plnwall. Rose Hasslng, H. F. Dur
banm and F. W. Jones.
FIGHTING LULLS AFTER
CHINESE CAPTURE CITY
(Continued from paga J )
and safe. A similar report, dis
patched at 11 a. m. Friday, was
received from the American consul
at Tsinan, this adding that no Ger
mans had "been harmed although
a German hotel had been looted.
OVER 9000 PAY HONOR
TO OREGON FOUNDERS
(Cont toned from pace 1)
ed States was made, mentioned as
one of the later speakers that
while Judge D'Arcy had given
credit to so many others for the
establishment of Champoeg Park,
the Judge is in reality entitled to
all of the credit himself. It was
D'Arcy, he said, who secured a
few acres for a beginning and
then kept the interest alive
thrpugh the years, resulting In
the present development and the
promise of greater things to come.
Governor I. L. Patterson de
clared in his address that he now
believes, in view of correspond
ence he has had with officials in
Washington, D. C that one of
a n c e
Recording ; Artists'
- Farewell Dance
: Schisdlsr's ,
' Wed. May 9 th
Note Cole If cKlrey aad his
ure apentaa- a
Beattle o May 18
fore this will be their Uai
daactaf- party la fair far
. ; SAYS
We hare several late Harley
Davidson motorcycles In Al
condition that we are offering
at a barcaln. Come in and take
roar nick at nrlces far below
"The House That Service Built
the bills introduced by Senator C.
L. McNary and Congressman W.
C. Hawley calling for construction
of a S250.000 or 1300,000 memor
ial building there, will be enact
ed, and that in time Oregon will
n at thin 8 Dot the great his-
torieal shrine of the northwest
The governor presented to Mrs.
Homer Goulet, regent of the Sa
lem chapter of the D. A. R
handsomely framed document
which the state board of control
awards the organisation permis
sion to furnish one of the rooms
of the present memorial build
Mm. Goulet in accepting, urged
anyone who has furniture which
J is ot historical .interest in con
nection with the early settlement
of Oregon, present It to the Salem
chapter. While there Is furniture
on hand enough -for the present
building, the chapter plans to be
prepared to furnish part of the
larger building which is now ex
pected. FOUNDERS DAY STORY
IS RELATED BY HORNER
! (Coatlna fro P D
therefore, toward organisation
daring 1841 and 1842. But early
in 1842 the United States govern
ment Issued a commission to Dr.
ElUah White, who had recently
returned from Oregon, appointing
him as sub-agent of the Indians
west of the Rocky mountains. This,
arnrline tn Bancroft, gave Doc
tor White the dsitinction of being
the first United States officer ap
Dolnted in Oregon. Armed with a
isRion eranted under the
"stars and stripes.". Doctor White
arrived in Oregon that year with
an emigrant train of 120 persons.
The American party, being
greatly strengthened by the ar
rival of Doctor White's emigrants,
civil government was again dis
cussed. A preliminary meeting
wast accordingly, held at the Ore
gon institute, February 2, 1843
to provide for a general meeting
to be held at the house of Josepiu
Gervals on Monday, the 6th day
of the next month, ostensibly for
the purpose of providing bounties
for gllling wolves, lynxes, bear and
The first American government
on the Pacific Coast was author
ized by the people of the Willa
mette valley at Champoeg, My 2,
1843, at a meeting of a represent
ative body of men gathered Tor
the; purpose of considering the re-
Dort of the committee of twelve
on organization, which had been
appointed at the March meeting.
'The committee reported favor
ably on the establishment of gov
ernment. When the vote was tak
en, the speaker was unable to de
(ermine on which side was the
minority. A motion prevailed for
a division, and those in favor of
organization were to file to the
right, while the opposite party
took the left, according to the
practice of mountain' men in settl
ing: question. According to var
ious trustworthy historians, in
cluding Harvey W. Scott. Joseph
Meek shouted as he stepped to the
right, "Who's for a divide? All
in favor of the report and of an
organization, follow me."
The motion prevailed. Since this
meant a provisional government
for Oregon, the opposing faction
withdrew. It may be said, in their
behalf, however, that soon after
j Boston Terrier Poppies
Big paper drire. Highest prices paid for (magazines
r newspapers must be in bundles)
CAPITAL BARGAIN imd JUNK CO.
105-145 Center SL
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
t Established 18153 t
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General Banking Business '
Office Hours from 10 s. m. to 3 n. m
Fried Spring Chicken Dinner . .
Today at the Gray Belle.
Served all day at the Spa.
For Dinner This Evening
A la carte dinner at the Marion
Chicken Dinner at the Lunch Box
181 S. Liberty St. Tables for
adies. Open all day.
Special Chicken Dinner Today
Ana home made salads. State
Roast Chicken Dinner and Sup
Special Roast Chicken Dinner
50c. Home Restaurant.
Barbecued Chicken and
Everything that goes with it
50c. and Special Fresh Strawberry
Shortcake. 20c at the Nook. 379
Chicken Dinner, 50c Betty Lou
.uncneonette. 1326 State.
our government exercised jurisdic
tion over the Oregon country.
March 3, 1849, they became nat
uralized citizens. Following the
transaction of some other business,
a committee of nine was chosen
to report a plan of civil govern
ment at a meeting to be held at
Champoeg, on the 5th ot the fol
Funeral services for .Mrs. Min
nie Einfelt will be held from the
Terwilliger Funeral Home Monday
at 10 a. m.. Rev. H. C. Stover of
ficiating. Concluding services
will be held in the L O. O. F.
Margaret E. Hunsaker died May
4, at the age of , 43 years. Sur
vived by her husband, Archie, and
two children, Marjorie 13 and
Desmond 5. also by three sisters
and two brothers. The body will
"be shipped to Baker, Oregon, to
night for services and interment
by Clough-Houston. Mrs. Hunsaker
was a member of the Seventh
Day Adventist church.
At Seattle, May 3, Finley E.
Peterson, age 80 years, a former
resident of the Hazel Green sec
tion. Father of Mrs. M. Nutting,
Mrs. L". Huntington, Mrs. Zell
Reeves and Mrs. A. W. Landers,
all of Seattle, Q. A. Peterson of
Los Angeles, D. R. Peterson of
Salem and H. K. Peterson of Port
land. Funeral services Monday at
10 A. M. from the Rigdon Mor
tuary, Rev. W. C. Kantner offi
ciating. Interment Cityview cem
In this city, early Saturday,
May 5th, Leslie Joseph Foster, age
CUT FLOWERS, PLANTS
GOLD FISH, BIRDS
O. F. BRKITHAEPT
Telephone ISO ill 8ta St.
Live to .
M .1 1
FIXE TO BIO veatiBg- Imim. W la
in ra Tr flaaiaa .afaiaat fcraakafa.
ThompeoB-Glutach Optical Co.
. 119. M. Ohm'1 St.
WITH NEW TUBES
Better Homes Make Happier Homes
And Better Citizens
THE OPENING OF
IVo beautiful modern 6 room homes hi Alderbrock 3 miles South of Ladd &
Bush Bank Corner on Pacific Highway. Will be
Open for Public Inspection
Sunday May 6, from 2 to 7 p. m., or any afternoon during week.
You are invited to inspect these wonderful suburban homes with about 1 acre
ground, wonderful water, all city conveniences, including garage as part of
house, furniture, a different fire place, tapestry wall paper.
Building restriction and architecturally controlled. Native shrubbery, green
trees, wonderful view. -
Frigidaire Delco Automatic Electric Pump
Furniture by Giese-Powers
For further information call or see
175 S. High
4 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter B. Foster, brother of Reglne
and Walter A. Foster, grandson
of Mr. and Mt. G. A. Afcers. Fun
eral services Monday (Catholic)
interment St. Barbara cemetery.
The remains are at the Rigdon
At Portland. Friday night. May
4th, Kenneth Hhnebaugh, age 26
years, husband of Ruth Hime-
baugh. son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Himebaugh of Eugene, nephew of
MT. CREST ABBEY
LLOYD T. RIGDON, Mngr.
Perfect Funeral Sen lot
Licensed Lady Hortldaa
770 Chemeketa Street
Webb's Funeral Parlors
Tuesday May 8th
Time 1:80 P. M.
At SOS N. 14th St. lu
Rear of 560 N. 14th
1 new Westinghouse auto
matte, all grey enemel elec
tric range, used since March
1 Hoi Point 750 watt hot
water heater, 1 overstuffed
tapestry davenport aad chair,
1 Axmlnster rug 8 8"xl0
B", 1 floor lamp with silk
shade, 1 grace line Sim
mons Ivory bed, 1 Simmons
coll spring, 1 Seeley mat
ties, 1 enamel 8 gUas van
ity and bench, 1 unfinished
breakfast table, and chairs, a
wnlnnt rockers, 1 console
pfemocraph, 1 walnut IV
brary table, 1 Alaska, home
iso refrigerator, curtains,
druse, rods, eleutrlo globes.
pksmrea, linoleum rugs, 18
cord wood, hatcnet.
and snasr other tlilngm,
All the above furniture
new In the last 8
the electric range
March. Everything Is
claes and Just like
Geo. W. Ms
sea If. lUk
F. N, Woodry
Udslsv sun eyfa '""'l
tow here sweat wsdattng.
Owh paid for ueet
Charles Wiper and E. P. Austin
of Salem. Member of the Ame..-j
can Legion. Funeral services will :
be held Tuesday at 3 p. m. from!
the Rigdon Mortuary, Rev. Nor-!
man K. Tully officating. Inter-;
ment in Ciiyv:ew cemetery. !
L. O. SMITH OOBOWA
Ail ICskM Used Uachloat
THOS. BO EM
PnM S51 421 Oocrt St.
Long and Short Distance Hauling
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 1267W
( " jeer. c ; ',
inr a myriad of rich
and colorful designs
BACKED by a eenfnry old
tradition! of fine crafts. '
7 that'dM hBs.f
.suCl would wish oc They
famhine Tarnrioos asfintss
m Mm Wk dufabeier e
1 1 TTlTTri r-yr-S ni
Rewound and Repaired, New
or Used Motors
VIUBERT & TODD
191 South High Tel. 21 11
he Servian cRtg j
Their beauty aad variety of
pattern go hand-in hand with
price. XThcs you see dxemist
our nMr covvrinv depart-
vim em La voura fmt ma
ft 1 i
47 Court St.
, Telephone 114 .