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THE OREGON STATESMANrSALEM, OREGON, I SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1923
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Silver Clocks and
Jewelry for the
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STARTING MONDAY, MAY 7th
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Expanding our service to the people of this community s our business
expands we. will, starting this spring, extend a "Profit Sharing Event"
. twice a year. At this time,' just before graduation, jus before the June
weddings and prior to the "going away" season is the logical time to
give our patrons the benefit of this profit sharing event. , k
We do not have many sales but the few that we do have are noted for
their "action? and "reality" and not merely a concoction of words in an
advertisement. A good thing to remember is the fact that your pur
chases are only as good as the store from which they are secured mean
ing that the establishment must have stood the test of time, must have
"carried on" by merits of their dealings with the public and quality of
the merchandise sold. The only answer to these requirements necssary
is the statement that Hartman Brothers have been doing an ever in
creasing business in Salem since 1915, just 13 years.
And now we invite you to participate in this profit sharing event
8-DAY MANTEL CLOCKSHour and half-hoof Strike
SVJftS wIlDCLbCK-HouV and M-il SrW.
c Regular $27.50, now
BEDROOM AND DESK CLOCKS All Btyles aftd shapes,
ranging in price $2.50 to
SPECIAL DISCOUNT on Silver Plated holloware. One
group Salt and Pepper Shakers, values up to $8.00, now .
FIVE-PIECE TEA SET Regular $34.50
SHEFFIELD PLATE VEGETABLE DISH
Reeular Sl2.50. now
HIGH GRADE PLATE GRAVY BOAT
Regular $9.50, now . .
SILVER CASSEROLE OPALASCENT DISH
Regular $11.00, now '.
CAKE TRAY WITH HANDLE
Regular $8.50, now ....
Now is the time to make that selection in- Sterling Silver.
10 to 30 PER CENT DISCOUNT
26-PIECE SET SILVER WITH TRAY Stainless steel,
hollow handle, Stratford plate, regular $19.65. now
26-PIECE SET. SILVER WITH TRAY Solid handles.
Stratford plate," Regular $14.25, now
The Diamond Store of Salem
Diamonds the Perfect Gift
OUR SPECIAL DIAMOND RING VQ fl
Regular $50.00 V. $OVd3
BLUE WHITE DIAMOND Daintily carved. CU ifl
Regular $75.60 .... .............. DJU
OLK PERFECT THE QUEEN Cfi9 Cft
. ' Regular $100.00 , r $0iOt
2 SNAPPY BRILLIANT DIAMONDS Set in lacy. q J Cft
artistic mountings, regular $50.00 frlOU
A DIAMOND RING she will be proud to own, 10 per 0 1 OC A A
cent Iridio Platinum. Regular $154.00 lJJUU
Genuine Orange Blossom Mountings. Other Diamond Rings from
$10.00 up. All first quality Diamonds
Welcome Gifts in Silverware and Toilet Sets. High quality goods.
No gifts Like. one that appeals to milady.
3-PIECE TOILET SETS Fancy green pearl, comb, on Cf
brush and mirror in case. Regular $32.50 $tiD3
3-PIECE TOILET SET Fancy pink pearl. M rr
Regular $21.00 ., $lfl3U
25 YEAR QUALITY 26-plece set; knives, forks, spoons, r fC
etc. Wallace. Regular $22.00 ltKOD
H. H. STAINLESS BLADES S. H! STAINLESS 1 Q Q C
BLADES at $lJ3u
50 YEAR QUALITY ROGERS. H. H. Stainless 26-Piece d0 J QC
set knives and forks, teas and table, etc. Regular $30.00
Tea and Coffee Sets, Vegetable Dishes, Gravy Boats, Sandwich
Plates and cutlery, etc., all in Sheffield less 25 per cent. In large
variety and new designs.
For the Girl
Gruen and Elgin Wrist Watches $250)0 to $50.00
Mesh and beaded bags $4.50 to $25.00
Diamond Rings $15.00; to $150.00
Vanity Cases $1.50 to $10.00
Toilet set$ in Sterling and colored pother of
Pearls X .....$10.00 to $50.00
Necklaces, Pearl and colored beads, short and long
lengths,; ranging in price $1.00 to $25.00
Bracelet in latest costume fashion, all color of stones
ranging in price $2.50 to $10.00
Perfume Atomizers, priced $1.50 to $5.00
For the Boy
Gruen, Elgin Strap Watches .....$15 to $50X)0 .
Rings, Signet, set and initial rings, from $5.00 to $25.00
Belt Buckles .... l $2.50 to $5.00 j
Pocketbooks and Bill Folds f $1.50 to $5.00
Fountain Pens, Pencils and Desk Sets ....$1.50 to $10.00 j
Cuff Links and Tie Pins ...$1.50 to $10.00 !
A large assortment of Gruen, Elgin and Hamilton
Pocket Watches $10.00 to $50.00
"ON THE CORNER" STATE AND LIBERTY STS.
In' a day full of BPseU, the Ore
'SbTRon State college tennis team de
"rfeated Willamett university's
.ii net experts on the courts here
Saturday, five matches to two.
The top ranking men on the
- i Willamette team had an off day.
- 'and the Baarcats two victories
rwre In singles matches well down
; the line. Captain Litchfield. No.
S. defeated Wood of O. S. C. 6-4.
"". ': 6-2, and Hageman. No. 5, won a
I KKueling match from McGrew. 4-6,
" White, Willamette's No. 1 play-
' er. -pat up a fighting attack
. against Ayera of Oregon State, but
' lost 6-4, 6-3. Mlnto, playing No.
2. lost to Sparo 6-3. 6-1. Klahn
of Orega SUt beat Haworth of
WMlamette 6-1. T-5.
Klahn and King of O. S. C. beat
Litchfield and Haworth of WU-
'lamette 6-4, 4-6. 6-1, and White
' and Mlnto of Willamette lost 6-3,
8-6 to Ayera and Sparo. After be
tng behing 2-5. In the second set.
the Willamette doubles stars ral
lied and took four games, but
: iwere unable to prolong the wln-
tiling streak.'- ' Inacouracy In Berv
Ing was' their principal difficulty
both In singles and doubles, as
f they outlayed their opponents In
other departments of the game.
BEND AWARDED THE NEXT
CONCLAVE OF DEM0LAYS
' (Coatiaaed from pace 1)
first holding their banquet at six
and the others at C:30 o'clock.
Several announcements were made
at the banquet concerning . the
dance and the picnic which will
be held today. .
The inal event on the program
was the informal dance, at the
armory, .which was well attend
ed. Music was furnished by the
Ktromners, a DeMolay orchestra.
Delegates were given tree, admit
tance to the Capitol theater all
day yesterday, an offer which
Wany of the tired delegates' took
The entire conclave was earried
on In great fashion, everything
running emoothly. This was
largely creditable to the members
of the Salem Chemeketa chapter,
who had spent much time j and
study prior to the conclave to have
everything as efficient as possi
ble. Much credit is due Master
Councillor Charles Bier and Ho
mer Richards of this chapter.
HOOVER'S LEAD AT K. C.
ASSURED OF STRENGTH
(Coatiaaed Irom- pmf 1)
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. Hoover Xow Claims 419
Onlv 229 of the 1.089 delegates
to the republican convention re
main to be selected; Of the 860
chosen up to today, 419 are claim
ed for Hoover by his managers.
with 545 votes needed at Kansas
City to nominate. The Hoover
claims to 164 are challenged by
his opponents, however, leaving
him an undisputed total of Z56,
or foru more than the 252 claim
ed for Lowden. Of the Lowden to
tal, his claim to 64 Is disputed by
rivals, leaving him 188 unchallen
ged delegates. ' i
In the democratic delegate line
up. Smith's supporters claim 511
Vt of the 684 votes-thus far allot
ted for the Houston convention. Of
th eSmith total 73 are In dis
pute. To win the democratic nom
ination. Smith or anyone else will
have to muster 733 votes. The
best the New York governor did at
the Madison Square Garden in
1924 was 368, but even his avow
ed opponents concede that he has
bagged more than that number al
ready, with 416 delegates still to
be chosen. . r; : .
Third Party Talked f
Third party talk baa cropped
up with suggestions for sneh a
movement coming from both dem
ocrats and republicans. Thus far
however, nothing definite has been
done in this direction, and there is
little expectation of ' action until
after the national conventions, lf
then. " '
; Democrats who have broupht up
the subject for the most part are
foes, of Governor Smith and are
suggesting a bolt In' the event of
his nomination." Reed of Missouri
was suggested bya California ad
mirer, along with Borah of Ida
ho, as a logical head of such a
ticket. Reed .'put. his foot down
hard on the suggestion, as did Jo
sephus Daniels, former secretary
of the navy who has been suggest
ed as an independent vice presiden
tial candidate. Borah took no cog
nisance of the proposal.
Among republicans, the. talk of
forming another party- has beenJ
rather vague, and is directed
chiefly at the possibility that the
republican' presidential nominee
might be looked on with' some' dis
favor in the farm belt;
legedly written by Mrs. Abrams.)
They were all jlrawn to the ac-!
count of George Abraham, general
contractor of this city.
Abraham who is a family friend,
of Mrs. Abrams, first became
aware that all was not well with
an active acfeonnt he carries in a
local hank when a check he had
written for $800 was returned to
him May 1 marked "not sufficient
funds." His records showing that
he should have had considerable
more than that amount in his ac
count, he investigated immediately'
and fdund that several forged'
The dear old lady from New
London who recently issued a self
published song called "Sweet Sail
or Boys," is hereby informed that
a seafaring ' man prefers to be
known as a salt. Farm & Fire-aide.
WOMAN HELD AS FORGE?!1
Mrs. E1U Abranw Lodged la City
Jail at Portlaad
PORTLAND, May i, (AP)
Mrs. Ella Abrams of Portland Vas
in the city jail today under bail of
$5,000 and charged with passing-a
forged check. She was arrested!
by Detective Swennes who had In
his possession several checks al-
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; a taaarr. a au at faaiily aa4 - ,
a vcefJ aa4 ratieal larawr.
Brr4 ia ta Laftolatara la vattau eapaettiat
for tha at tairtaaa Saaaiaaa, aa4 ai faaUllaff -vita
tha full proc4nra ac ta Hawat a4 Saaata.
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- Farewell Dance
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: - Ballroom . t
r. Wed. May 9th
Vat Cole McKlroy mmd hi
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Om avew Bpaaiaa ballroosn la
8eattl oa May IS aad taere
for thla wlU.b Ulr las
aaadaa; party In' Salens, for
What a Wonderful
Idea, to Gladden
;; ir;l?M Mother's Own Day
wftfi' a crift ofbrijrht blos-
.somsi She has done so many
. tender, thcraghtful things for
" u..Now comes our opportun
sJty to surprise and delight
SAY IT WITH FLOWERS
0carJD. "Froaty" Olacn
Bonded Telegraph Florist
Court & High Sts. Phone 801
are also our friends
City In amounts .... f 1000 to $5000
Farm In amounts .... ; J1S00 to 10,000
Yield per cent to I per cent.
Closed Mortgagt Serial
Yield 6 per cent to 6V4 per cent. . ,
Oregon Pulp & Paper, Preferred
Miles Linen Mills, rreierrea
Spaulding Pulp & Paper Co., Preferred -JX.
Western Paper Converting Co, Preferred
Paulas Bros. Packing raierrea
Information famished on request..
HAOTJS ROBERTS Inc.
205 Oregon Bldg
The spirit of this bank is cordial
and friendly. There is no barrier
We believe that personal service is
an important factor in our growth
and success, and we consider every
depositor as a friend whom we arc
glad to know and anxious to please.
Our officers invite every opportu
nity to know and serve you better
through personal acquaintance, . .
The Untted States
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