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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OEEGON, TUESDAY MORNING. MAT 8. 1928
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JidoB Files Article
Articles of incorporation were
yesterday filed by the Stayton
post, of the American Legion at
the office of U. G. Boyer, ,Marion
Clifford E. Norton of Wood
burn yesterday filed hie discharge
from the United States army with
the clerk of Marion county. Nor
ton was a corporal in Co. I, 162nd
Infantry, national guard unit.
Teacher of China, Water-Color
Oil over Doc Lewis Drug store.
Edna tiarfield Honored
In recognition of a contest-poem
pertaining to the invention of the
Vitaphor.e, Edna Garfield has been
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News-Letter, Washington, D. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hobson of
Valseti, are the parents of a baby
daughter born Saturday at the Sa
lem general hospital.
Call la Port Land
R. H. Baesett and Kenneth L.
Randall, both of this city, were
business callers in Portland yes
terday, returning in the evening.
A La Carte Service
In dining room Marion Hotel.
A small fire caused by a defect
ed flue aroused much excitement
at Shanghai cafe, located on North
Commercial street, yesterday eve
ning. The city fire department was
called and the small blaze was ex
tinguished through the sue of
chemicals. Very little damage was
Demonstration all this week at
Truck and Car Clash
T. C. MeiUler of this city waa
slightly injured Sunday when the
car which he was driving collided
with a Meadow Lawn Dairy truck
which was parked. on the Cottage
farm road. His car was also
Publicity Man to Talk
A. II. Priddy will be the prin
cipal speaker at the weekly
luncheon of the Kiwanis club to
day noon. Priddy is the publicity
man for the Al. G. Barnes circu.
which will be in this city in the
Old Time Dance
Crystal Garden. Every Wednes
The annual monthly banquet of
the JKson Lee brotherhood is to
be held" at the Jason Lee Metho
dist church parlors tonight at
6:30 o'clock. Dinner will be
served by the ladies of the church.
e program has been arranged
by W. A. Cummings, president of
the brotherhood. Mr. Cummings
will preside at the banquet.
Governor to Attend
Governor Patterson will pass
Friday and Saturday at Klamath
Falls attending the celebration
marking the completion of the
Hill railroad lines into that city.
The governor will make the trip
on the spent a train chartered by
the Portland chamber of com
merce. He is scheduled to give
an address at the celebration.
Send Mother a G reeling
On Mother' Day. Get them at
the Commercial Book Store.
Sues After Auto Crash
C. C. Elford brought action in
circuit court Saturday against S.
L. Manning for $500 damages al
leged to have been sustained in an
auto accident at the corner of Lib
erty and Center streets on March
10 of this year. Manning's car was
driven at the time by his son Ce
cil, a minor.
Dr. Canse I,eaves For East
Dr. J. M- Canse. president of
Kimball School of Theology, left
by train yesterday morning for
Kansas City, where he will attend
the general conference of the
Methodist Episcopal church to be
held there during the remainder
of the month. He expects to re
turn about June 5. While there
he will also meet with the com
mittee on education.
Dean to Go to The Dalles
Dean John D. McCormick of
Kimball School of Theology, will
leave for The Dalles tomorrow
morning where he will fill a
speaking engagement Wednesday
for Dr. J. M. Canse who is on his
Way east. Thursday evening he
will give an illustrated lecture on
Palestine in The Dalles Methodist
For Rent Houses Apartments
Store buildings. Becke & Hen
dricks, 189 North High street.
Wetjen Story Appears
Albert Richard Wetjen, of thfc
city, is again among the writers
featured in Action Stories3. His
story "The SlTark Shoots it Out'
appears in the June issue of thi
magazine. This is an exciting
yarn of Shark Gotch who lost hi;
nerve when he joined the side of
the law and it was the island
that God forgot that made sport
of him until he saw red.
Hospital Day Saturday
The- Salem .General hospital
will appropriately observe "Na
tional Hospital Day" Saturday,
May 12, commemorating the
birthday of Florence Nightingale,
pioneer nurse and benefactor of
humanity. The hospital will be
open to visitors between the hours
of 2 and 5. Visitors will be cor
dialfy welcomed. Refreshments
will be served.
$2."i to $375 to Invest
North 17th addition lot3 are
now on market. No lot narrower
thaiiWJO feet. Many are 165 feet
deep. Just west of Kays 2nd addi
tion. Terms as low as $25 down,
ifa- a month. Everyfts&a will
have cement basement and be mod
ern. Choose now from 75 of the
different sizes, facings, etc. Becke
& Hendricks, 189 North High
William Krouplin and A. L.
Hirsekorn who were arrested Fri
day night by Officer Edwards and
State Officer Zimmerman charged
with being intoxicated and in pos
session . of liquor were released
from the city jail yesterday after
noon upon posting $500 bail each.
Both pleaded not guilty and were
cited to appear May 9. When ar
rested they were in possession of a
pint of liquor.
Tamer Couple Wed
Charles L. Taylor, son of
Charles II . Taylor of Turner,
route 2, took out a marriage li
cense Satur fiy night to wed Ida L.
Edwards. TJre marriage is to take
place today. County Clerk U. G.
Boyer allowed an exception to his
general rule and' made a special
trip to his office last night to is
sue the license. He explained that
this was due to the fact that they
had been unable to get in and ob
tain the license earler in the day.
OH BOY! CHICKEN
at the ARGO
Every Thursday Evealng
ABOUT LOCAL OR EASTERN
Oreon Boctric Ry.
WiUmtU Valley Lina W
i 41 earn si.
Wttaeet ? Um
- DR. MARSHALL
Luman Not in Accident
G. W. Luman waa .not the driv
er of the automobile which was
struck by Larry Boyd's automo
bile in the crash which caused
Boyd's death last week, the States
man has been informed. The first
story of the accident carried In The
Statesman was correct in stating
that the car belonged to G. W.
Special High Grade Furniture
Auction today. 1:30 p. m., at
5C2 N. 14th St. in rear of 560.
New Weetinghouse automatic elec
tric range and furniture. See Ad.
F. N. Woodry, Auctioneer.
Plan Jubilee Tom
Polk County Jersey breeder
ninth annual Jersey celebration
which is to take the form of a
jubilee tour this year. The toui
is scheduled for Thursday, May
24th and will include visits to
some nine of the leading Jersey
establishments of Polk County. A
committee consisting of H. D. Iliff.
G. G. Hewitt. S. H. Robinson and
J. R. Beck are making arrange
ments' for the event.
FINE TOSIC tiimg Uai. W h.
tar 7011 r f!ui (auut ferMkmgv
Thompson-Glatach Optical Cot
110 J. Comm'l tit.
Wed. May 9th
NoteCole UcEXrer aad his
' Spaalsfe ballroom ia
Seattle ea May IS and tfcere
fore thla will fee their last
daaHag party tm Salens for
Z" Admlesioa : ;v'i
Gentlemea -. . .81.10
Bosses leave Stage Terminal
Jta 0 0 L J
Reinold R. Bruch. JT. of Ger
vals. yesterday took out a license
to marry Lena E. Tomyate, 13. of
We hare a 1927 Oakland
Coupe that has run but very
little, equipped with bumpers,
fog light, cigar lighter, 85
new rubber; finish and
mechanical condition A-l. This
is a high class car in every
way and is a bargain at
"The Hem 1 kai service Built
Road Surrey Ordered
The Marion county court yes-
terdar ordered a road near Scotts
Mills viewed and surveyed in ac
cordance with a petition filed bj
F. H. Smith and others.
Baby Daughter Die
The Infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. R. H- Farr of Jerferson, died
at the Salem general hospital Sun
day morning, having lived only
Legion Men to Attend
All members of Capital Post No
9 are asked to be present at the
military funeral for Kenneth
Himebaugh at Rigdon's funeral
parlors today at 3 o'clock p. m.
Demonstration all this week at
James Queeenberg, Salem, who
was arrested Saturday night by
traffic officers charged with
speeding inside the city limits was
fned J 5 in police court yesterday
Delbert White, Salem, who was
arrested last Saturday night
charged with reckless driving
within the city limits was relieved
of his driver's license for a period
of 10 days yesterday morning in
And repairing. Giese-Powers
Mt-Bride Visits Brother
Justice Thomas A. McBride of
the state supreme court left Sat
urday for Pasedena, Calif., when
he will visit with his brother who
is seriously ill. Justice McBrirde'f
brother formerly lived in Oregon.
Visits from 1 1 oul ton
Mrs. Barbara Seyder, who if
teaching at the Houlton school
near St. Helens, has been spending
the week end here as a guest of
Mrs. Core K. Heid. Mrs. Snydei
will be principal of one of the St.
Helens schools the coming year.
Big Auction and Concert
Wed. Nite 7 P. M. sharp, at F.
N Woodry's, Auction Market.
1610 N. Summer St. Piano, Furni
ture and lots of it. Be on time.
Four In Seat Costly
E. J. Rantola of Quinaby. who
was arrested in this city Saturday
night charged with allowing fou
persons to ride in the front seat
of his machine, was fined $5 in
police court yesterday morning.
CUT FLOWERS, PLANTS
GOLD FISH, BIRDS
C F. BltETTHAtPT
Telephone S80 111 8Ua Bt.
WITH NEW TUBES
HIGH GRADE PIANO
WED. NITE, 7 P. M.
1610 N. Summer Street
1 good upright Piano, Oak
Table and chair and. Bai
lee,, Ivory and Oak Dressers,
4 Slaunoaa Beds, Springs
and Mattresses, New 40 lb.
all wool Mattress, Morris
Chair, Walnat . Windsor
Rockers, Walnat Upholster
ed Rockers, Oak Rockers,
Large Cabinet, 8 Banter Oil
Store and Ores, Laaret 3
bole Range, 2 v Breakfast
Tables, Used Rage, New Lla
oleaaa "Rags Llaoleam by
the yard. Comforts and other
Bedding. In fart 1 hare
.. most , anything yoa- want la
New and ased faraltare. Be
oa time 7 P. M. Sharp.
PUBLIC ATTENTION ;
Special Free ctfnceri between
7 and 7:SO. Everybody wel
come; bring your friends. -
Cash paid for ased Fnraitare
. PHONE 511 ,
Dean McCoraUck la Shelbom
"Dean John D. McCormick of
Kimball School of Theology, was
in Shelborn Sunday where he
preached a sermon In 'the Shel
born Methodist church.
roar Mother Wfll Appreciate
A box of stationery or a "Moth
er" motto. The Commercial Book
store can supply both.
8200 to 8500
New homes immediate posses
sion. Priced from $3500 to
000. Seven to choose from. Terms
and low interest on balance. Becke
& Hendricks. 189 North High
Club Meets Tonight
A meeting of the Salem Heights
community club will be held in
the community clubhouse tonight
beginning- at 8 o'clock. A good
program has been prepared for
tonight's meet and the public is
invited to attend. The program
will include piano and accordian
numbers by Miss Roberta Mour
ton and George Heneelman; gui
tar and ukelele trio by Opal and
Leta Robertson and Hanney Len
ham; piano solo by Barbara
Schotthoefer; and vocal solos by
William McGilchrist, Sr.
In Portland, May 4, Kenneth
Himebaugh. age 26 years, hus
band of Ruth Himebaugh. son of
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Himebaugh of
Eugene and nephew of Chas. Wi
per and E. R. Austin of this city.
Funeral services will be held
Tuesday. May 8 at 3 pi m., from
the Rigdon mortuary under the
auepices of the American Legion
with Rev. Norman K. Tully offi
ciating Interment In City View
At the residence 791 Front
street, early Sunday. May 6. Mrs.
Martha Crawford Byrd. age 92
years, mother of Dr. W. H. Byrd.
Dr. R. D. Byrd, L. A. Byrd, Mrs.
L. H. McMahan and Mrs. Cordelia
B. Hager. all of Salem. J. C. Byrd
and E. F. Byrd of Spokane and
Virginia Byrd of Portland. Fun
eral services will be held Tues
day. May 8 at 1:30 p. m. from the
Rigdon mortuary with Mr. W. l.
Kantner officiating. Interment
in Cityview cemetery.
At the residence 475 N. Capitol
street, early Monday morning.
May 7. Hudson S. Bradley, age 67
years; husband of Myrtle M. Brad
Ipv. father of Roy H. Bradley of
New Mexico, brother of Charles
W. Bradley of Iowa. H. E. Bradley
and Mac Bradley of Long Beach,
Palif and H. C. Bradley of Colo
rado- Funeral services will be
hll at 10:30 a. m. todav. Rev
Ferrey officiating, after which the
remains will be forwarded to beb
ley, Iowa, by Ridgon and Son.
MT. CREST ABBEY
LLOYD T. RIGDON. Mngr.
Perfect Funeral Service
Licensed Lady Mortician
770 Chemeketa Street
Webb's Funeral Parlors
Time 1 :SO P. M.
At 502 S. 14th St. la
JRear of 560 N. 14th
1 new Westlnghouse auto
matic, all grey enamel elec
tric range, used since March
1 Hot Point 750 watt hot
water heater, 1 overstuffed
tapestry davenport and chair,
1 Axmlnster rag V 3"xlO'
6, 1 floor lamp with silk
shade, 1 grace line Sim
mons ivory bed, 1 Simmons
coil spring, 1 Seeley mat
tress, 1 enamel S glass van
ity and beach, 1 enflnished
breakfast table and chairs, '2
walnat rockers, 1 console
phonograph, 1 walnut li
brary table, 1 Alaska home
also refrigerator, curtains,
drapes, rods, electric globes,
pictares, linoleum f rugs, 1-8
cord wood, hatchet, mope
ty ether thing.
Street Cleaner Has CollUio
Charles Morgan, citv street
cleaner, had what he termed a
narrow escape Saturday after
noon when a large car driven by
Lane Morley crashed into his cart
while he was at work on High
street. For some reason which to
yet to be determined, Morgan es
caped without injuries although
tne cart was slightly damaged.
Mr. aad Mrs. C, M. Keefer. SOS
Brer's avenue, are parents of a
baby daughter, was bora at the
Salem General hospital Saturday
Remember Your Mother
On Mother's Day. Send her a
motto or a Mother's Day greeting.
Get them both at the Commercial
Book store. 1
All the above faraltare waa
new in the last 8 months,
the electric, raago since,
March. Everything Is first,
class aad Jast like new. The.
owners are leaving Salem so
this Is an opportunity tof
faralsh those extra things
yon hare been wanting.
Geo. W. Meats
Owner 803 N. 14th
F.N, Woodry f
Auctioneer la Charge
Cash paid for ased Faraltare
rhinking of Building
In northeast Salem. Don't pay
more than $375 for a lot until you
have investigated North 17th
street addition. Larger lot3. less
paving. A protected district of all
modern home3. $25 down takes
any. Balance $10 a month. Becke
A Hendricks. 189 North High
Patients at the Salem General
hospital and the state hospital
were entertained Saturday a'ter
noon by the Sunnyside chapter
band of Portland D?Molays which
played several selections. They
also gave a special conert at the
state tuberlosls hospital. The
band is made up of 27 pieces and
is under the direction of Stanley
Wentz. It is the only DeMolay
band in the state and has been or
ganized about five years. The
boys also serenaded the employees
at the state capital building yes
H. C. Greenlade, who gave his
address as Portland was arrested
by officers in the north city prow
ler car last night and charged with
speeding and operating a car with
out proper lights.
Berg and Elmer S, Olson, propri
etors of the Headquarters Produce
company in Salem. Liabilities
were listed at Sie.ft45.01 and as
sets at 1.28.S5.,
Few Annuals Left
Twenty persons who failed to
order their Clarion, high school
annual, while the subscription
drive was 00 may yet buy an an
nual, posters at the high school
Monday announced. Price oa th
last 20. all that hare been order
ed above those already bought,
has been raised to 1 1. SO. The sale
drive was closed laat Friday, when
nearly ISO copies were sold on
the last day of the one dollar rate.
It was announced Friday the an
nual this year had made its bud
geted expenses, the first time for
several years it has paid for it
self. At an assembly that day the.
Mother Goose motif was disclosed.
Hiffh Street Corner
An 82x105 close in. Now $11.
000 cash. This means 187 H feet
of future retailing frontage and
soon. Zoned for business at High
and Marlon streets. Other ln?ide
properties on Liberty, High. Center
Ferry and Commercial streets.
Becke & Hendricks, 189 North
A voluntary petition in bank
ruptcy was filed in federal court
in Portland Friday by Alfred IL
ON THE HILL
4 room house and two lots, all kinds of fruits and
flowers, paved street, east front.
For Only $3,000
See this between 1 and 5 o'clock afternoons. 1955
Rewound and Repaired, Nov
or Used Motors
VIBBERT & TODD
101 South High ,TeL 8113
Big paper drive. Highest prices paid for (magazines
or newspapers must be in bundles)
CAPITAL BARGAIN and JUNK CO.
205-145 Center St.
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Demonstration All This Week
Superior in construction made of
Superior cast iron famous for its
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a sawv A w a vviuwiiuwtv' r r a a a w
long service without repairs.
Easily operated respond instant
ly to draft control ready for
cooking as soon as fire is started.
Give healthful, odorless warmth in
winter permit free ventilation of
kitchen in summer, as breezes do
not affect the flames.
Large cooking surface with 2 cov
ers and solid French plate.
Provide an abundance of hot water
for all household uses.
Safe in the home with children
cannot upset use fuel that cannot
spill, leak or explode.
The Name Is a
Happy is the woman who has a Bridge-Beach
"Superior" Range in her kitchen for she
knows she will get the results she expects from
her cooking and baking light, fluffy biscuits,
perfect bread, juicy roasts, tender steaks and de
licious cakes and pastries. The secret is the sci
entific oven, the perfect draft controls and the
ease with which the heat is maintained at a con
stant temperature. If you have not seen the new
Bridge-Beach "Superior" Ranges, we will be
glad to show you the complete line.
rn rr With any 'Superior" Bridge-Beach
W fx r.r Range sold this week your choice.
Dinnerware set Three different
patterns to choose from; or One Chest' of Silverware; or
One Drop Leaf Breakfast Table, finished any color.
Trade Your Old Stove in as Part Payment on Any
idge-Beach "Superior" Stove or Range
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