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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem. Oregon, Tuesday Morning, May 20, 1330
Yaas, we're from Joplin, Mo.,
; wheo It cornea to wrestling cham
pionship and tbelr claimants, bat
Ernie Arthur' belt and title are
tbe goods and so is Ernie, from
' what we saw of him Monday. Des
Anderson says he's in 1'aape
he'll hare to be or take an aw
ful beating from this Cannck.
Seems like Art Reilly is a bet
V ter wrestler la front of the borne
crowd than he Is at Eugene.
Down there be lost to this same
Johnny Morrell of North Bend,
whom he has beaten here twice.
Wildcat Pete's pioneer pa told
young George how be stood off a
whole tribe of Indians in the old
days, and hinted that to keep op
the family honor, he mustn't let
one redskin beat him. George
made good en the family tradition
by beating Yaqul Joe.
The Senators took' one on the
. chin down at Engene. That's
tbo first time they've been in
the secern tfrrfcrio in the Will
. aairtte Valley league. And they
- not a wbolo bevy of errors ont
of their system away from home.:
It's afl right, we're net eoa
Tinced ' yet . hot that they're a
. nice, bonch of boys.
The Sacred Heart academy basft
', hall team, won a game Sunday for
' the first time since the .academy
has been located here, and that's
about, 65 years. But it's not that
bad,, really. It's been only, a few
years that Sacred Heart has had
any boys enrolled, and this year's
team is its first. Sacred Heart
beai. St. Paul high school Sunday,
4 to 2.
And when it comes to that.
the Portland Ducks don't win
any too often.
Dumb Dorothy was reading
where so many thousands of gal
lons of milk were handled daily in
the Portland milk shed.
"Where is that big milk shed?"
' she asked. "Is it one of tose big
long buildings down on the water
front?" Yssterday We Saw
A motorist step for s6nle reason
before entering a street that
wasn't a through strt.t. As he
started up again, apparently the
youngest of a trio of small girls
she must have been five years
old piped up: "There's no stop
sign there, mister."
Ah! This age of sophistication;!
Nicked 8-2 By Eugene Nine Sunday
Townies Now Top Percent
age Column With Local
Willamette Valley Leagne
W. L. Pet.
Eugene 2 0 1.000
Albany 1 1 .600
Salem 1 2 .333
Corral! is 0 1 .000
SHOWS REM. SPEED
EUGENE. May It (Special)
Aided by a flock of errors on
the part of tbe visitors, the En
gene Townies defeated the Salem
Senators 8 to 2 here Sunday and
retained top position in the Wil
lamette Valley league.
The Corvallis-Albany game at
Albany was postponed.
Courtney Towne, a former Eu
gene player, occupied the mound
for Salem and despite a world of
"raizing from his fellow towns
men here, pitched nice ball and
held the Townies to six bits and
kept Salem In the running until
the eighth inning, when Engene
scored freely on a few hits and
Salem got 'both of its rang' In
the first. Inning, on hits by the
Gfrod brothers, and threatened to
score inr the third but a spectaca-
lar-play by Wirtb. Eugene) short
stop, held them in check.
AB R H PO A E
T. Glrod, cf . .3 1 1 1 0 0
P. Girod. as . . 3 1 0 1 3 2
L. Girod. 2b .3 0 1 4 4 2
Angst, If 3 0 0 3 0 0
Jones. If ... .1 0 0 0 0 0
Steiger. lb ..4 0 1 11 0 1
Gill, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0
Favors, 3b . . .4 0 1 0 1 2
Edwards, c ..4 0 1 4 1 0
Towne, p . . . .3 0 1 0 3 0
Hogan, z 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals ...32 2 6 24 12 7
x Hogan batted fox Gill in
AB R H PO A E
Wirth, ss ...5 1 2 1 1 0
Ridings. 3b . .3 1 0 1 1 l
LibJby, c 3 2 0 8 2 1
Gould, rf 2 1 1 4 0 0
Van Duyn, cf .4 1 0 3 0 0
McLaren, If . . 4 1 2 1 0 0
Johnson. 2b .4 0 0 2 1 0
Husband, lb .3 1 17 0 0
Baker, p 4 0 0 0 4 0
Totals . . .32 8 6 27 9 2
Sacrifice hits. Ridings, Gould,
P. Girqd. Stolen base. Husband!
Struck out, by Bakers 8, Towne
4. Bases on balls, off Baker 2,
off Towne 2. Wild pitch. Baker.
Two base hits, McLaren, Husband,
T. Girod. Umpires, Leroy and
Huntington. Time of game, two
HARWICH, Eng., May 19 4-(AP)-r-Sir
Thomas Upton's Am
erican cup racer Shamrock V eas
ily won her second race in the
Harwich regatta today on a time j
allowance basis. , ,
. Pitted against larger craft, the
Upton yacht was beaten home by
A. A. Patons Lurworth, a scratch
boat, by nearly two minutes but
as the Shamrock had a time al
lowance of eight minutes she won
with plenty to spare. The Lul
worth took second prise by six
seconds from H. A. Anreas Candida.
OREGON CAVES TO
I i (Mm J
Ernie Arthur, Canadian mid
dleweight wrestling champion,
who meets Des Anderson at tbe
armory Wednesday nigh?.
Arthnr brought that belt along
with him and It's a b nt.
IDIO I US IDE
MOSCOW, Idaho, May 19
(AP) Oregon State college nsed
a Pacific Coast- conference base
ball game for a lot of batting
practice today, and defeated the
University of Idaho 13 to 1. It
was Idaho's twelfth straight de
feat. Carson, Oregon fielder and
Grayson, short stop, contributed
home runs to the game, but the
bases were empty. Idaho got its
lone run in the third inning. The
Oregon State 13 17 4
Idaho i 3 g
Brown and Mack; Spaugy,
Lickti and Price.
Salem Schools i
Total enrollment for the Salem
schools up to the next to the final
month of school year has reached
6,318, according to figures at the
office of the city superintendent.
The enrollment by schools follows:
Englewdod, 367; Garfield, 330
Grant. 350 Highland, 364; Lin
coln. 206; McKinley, 250; Park.
273; Richmond, 286; Washing
ton, 230; Leslie. 449; Parrish.
918; and senior high school,
To George Joseph
A telegram congratulating
George W. Joseph upon his nom
ination as the republican candi
date for governor was dispatched
-last night by Governor A. W. Njor
hlad. The telegram which is lid
dressed to Joseph at his office in
Portland reads as follows: j
"Now that practically all (the
votes have been counted, it U lap
parent you are the republican
nominee for governor. Please iac
cept my congratulations." i
Bids have been called for and
will be opened May 31 by Region
al Forester C. J. Buck, Portland,
Oregon, for the construction of a
uieset power plant and installa
tion of lighting equipment in
Oregon Caves on the Siskiyou Na
Studies and tests have been
completed and a lighting system
devised for the Caves which will
display the many attractive feat
ures of the Caves without the vis
itor being aware of the installa
tion of artificial lights.
A water washing system has re
cently been installed and the
Caves washed to remove all traces
of soot, dirt and mud which have
detracted from the pleasure of
By New Statute
Theft of sheep and cattle has
been materially reduced in Marion
county through the use of pro
ducers' tags on all such animals,
according to the county sheriff's
Under the law passed at the
last legislative session of the legis
lature, all carcasses must have a
tag attached thereto telling the
name of the owner and shipper.
A year ago, the sheriff's office
reports, reports of thefts of cat
tie and sheep came in almost dai
ly, whereas they are now very sel
From 9.000 to 10,000 tags have
been issued locally since the law
went into effect.
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In This County
Thanks to all their helpers who
assisted loyally in the Norblad
campaign tor the last 60 days
were expressed Monday by Hal D.
Patton, and Newell Williams, lo
cal chairman and secretary, re
spectively, of the Norblad elub.
These men wrote the following
note to their constituency:
"The Marion county Norblad-for-governor
club committee wish
es to thank the friends of the gov
ernor for their splendid support
and the way they rallied to the
cause. We feel sure that Senator
Joseph will make an excellent gov
ernor and we wish to extend our
sincere congratulations to him."
County Court to
Be Given Map of
This Valley Area
Sectional maps compiled by the
United States Topographical sur
vey in the Willamette valley are
to be placed in the county court's
office for reference, according to
H. S. Swart, county engineer.
These maps are invaluable in
county road work, Swart said.
Elevations are given in addition to
much valuable information on
roads, railroads, farms and town
ships shown on each sectional
The geological survey, begun
nearly 20 years ago by the federal
government, la still in progress,
being only partially complete in
this state as well as in other
states of the nation.
The maps are available for ref
erence of any parties desiring to
READY TO CO
Middleweight Champ Arrives
Here For Wrestling Bout
hot liner out to the first baseman,
who missed It, and the ball went
deep Into right field, permitting
Jones, Buckley and MeLarney to
The teams will play again to
R H E
Oregon 7 13 1
W 8. Cm 8 12 2
McDonald and Gabriel, Warden,
Jones and F. Mitchell, Hull.
Ernie Arthur, Canadian middle
weight wrestling champion, blew
Into town Monday to finish his
preparation for the match with
Des Anderson at the artnory Wed
nesday night. Incidentally, Ar
thur brought along the Canadian
belt and documentary evidence
that it was "no hooey."
Arthur, who spells his name
that way and not as It has ap
peared on the advertising here,
won the Canadian middleweight
belt in 1920 from Jim Green, to
whom It had been presented the
year before as the first champion
in this class recognised by the do
minion wrestling commission. By
the way, it's a beautiful belt.
. Since then, Arthur has held the
belt steadily and it's -his perman
ent property this particular belt
because it was to belong to the
man who held it fie years. He
"has also held the championship
constantly since 12. except for
a brief period tn 1919 when he
lest it to Frank S. Half-of Van
couver, B. ; c, and j ron J it ' back
a week later. .
This, ehara pionshln won't be at
stake in Wednesday night's bout,
but Arthur is willing to meet all
comers , with the championship as
the prise. He has never wrestled
In Oregon, most of ;bls Invasions
into the United States occurring
in middle west and eastern terri
Some of the men he has defeat
ed are Young Gotcbjbf Nebraska,
Jack Belanger. Art i, Stanley of
Saskatqo, Fred Diotte of Ottowa,
Gene Tremblay of Montreal; Nels
Moe, 190 pounder of Yorkton,
Sask.; Jack Ricco, who was the
Italian champion at" the time:
Johnny Cole, Benhey Reeves,
unarne Miliar of Montreal, Young
Hackenschmidt, Johilnkster, Leo
Papiano of Moose Jaw, Tom Ray
of Chicago, Carl Vaa Wurden of
Ottowa, Johnny Biff of New
xor, Tom FreemaUj of Omaha,
Jack Fulton of Seattle, Mike Yo
kel, and the "marked marvel"
who toured the west' several years
ago. He also defeated Prof. Ta
kahashi. world's jiij jitsu cham
pion, and a lot of others.
PULLMAN, Wasbi; May 19
(AP) Washington letate college
rallied sensationally in the ninth
inning and defeated the Univers
ity or Oregon 8 to 7 in a Pacific
Coast conference baseball game
today. , .,
With the 8ore 7 o K acalnnt
the Cougars, Osca Jones, their
yucuer, suriea ipe iireworas
with a hit. and Bjickley, third
baseman, followed -with another.
MeLarney, who hit H home run In
the fourth with twQ'men on, was
purposely walked by McDonald,
Oregon hurler. ?,
The bases were; full, and E.
Mitchell, center fielder, drove a
O- I- o
LIKES WOMEN I
; I pg ft" " I
2 Couples Given
Licenses to Wed
Two marriage licenses were
granted by County Clerk Boyer on
W. Stonewall Jackson, 21-year
old railroad man. was refnsed a
license Saturday because a physi
cian's certificate he presented was
more than 10 days old. . He pro
duced one satisfactory to the clerk
00 second appearance and was
granted permit to wed Helen Hur
ray, is, who lives on Powell road,
Ulysses Hampton. 22. who lives
on route one, Jefferson, was given
a license to marry Dawn H. Bal
lard. 10, who also resides at Jef
ferson. The couple was married
uy county judge Slegmund.
Everyone knowsHhat elephants
have a great fondness for peanuts
and some even evince an appetite
for ice cream and- cracker-jack.
But who ever heard of an elephant
who refuses to hav4 a male trainer
and will obey only, a woman.
There is such a' elephant with
the AL G. Barnes (Circus, coming
to this city for afternoon and night
exihibtions on Saturday May 24.
Alice is the name of this ponder
ous brute that will do anything
when told by Dorin'e Collins, but
absolutely refrains from work
when Captain Joseph Metcalf or
his male assistants shout their
Members of the A1. G. Barnes
family believe that Alice must
have been befriended in her ear
ly days In India, by the native
women. When she first arrived on
the show fir year ago she was
despondent for sevfefal weeks. Not
until her education was turned
over to the women trainers, did
she show any willingness to work
or become proficient in a routine
of feats. Even today aba will ac
cept candy and ejweeta from the
women and girl with the big
circus, but refuses' tho te : ptlng
morsels offered byithe men.
The added features of tbe 1930
tour will bo "Pefsla' and "The
Pageant of Peklnf two gorgeous
spectacles of Oriental magnifi
10 FH PISSES
NEW YORK, May 19 (AP)
Leo P. Flynn, one of boxing's
most picturesque characters, died
of pneumonia at his home here
today after an illness of less than
a week. He would hare been SI
years old en June 1.
With him when he died was his
wife who for many years assisted
him in the management of his
string of boxers.
At one time Flynn had under
his wing as many as 30 boxers.
On one occasion a score of them
were performing on the same
Flynn was one of the most suc
cessful matchmakers the-late Tex
Rlckard ever had at the old Gar;
deh, promoting a number of fls
tle classics, that made- money for
After the. split between Jack.
Kearns and Jack Dempsey, Flynn
was Dempsey's chief adviser and
handler for the Manassa Mauler's
second fight with Gene Tunney.
He was born in Providence. R.
ST. LOUIS TWICE
DETROIT. Mav 19. ( API
Detroit made a clean sweep of to
days doubleheader with . the St.
l.ouis Browns, winning the final
game 4 to 2, after taking the first
5 to 4 in ten innings.
R H E
St. Louis 4 11 1
Detoit 5 13 0
Stewart, and Ferrell. Herrine.
Sullivan Page. Sorrell. and Har-
R H E
St. Louis 2 10 0
Detroit 4 12 1
Gray and Manion, Wyatt and
Sent For When
Undoubtedly O. A. Hopper re
ceived a rather rude shock at his
home in Portland late Monday
afternoon when he was serveri
with a warrant for his arrest on
the charge of speeding.
For earlier in the day Mr. Hop
per had wired Justice Brmior
Small: "Unable to be there, notl-
ry me in f ortlana." This failed to
satisfy the Judge before whom he
was slated to appear Monday for
his speeding offense committed
Hopper was said to have gone
60 miles an hour on the Pacific
highway and In addition to have
passed a truck when sufficient
clearance for safety was lacking.
Bayne and Denny
File Reports of
First candidates to file a state
ment of their campaign expenses,
as required by law, made the of
ficial affidavits Monuay before
County Clerk Boyer.
Kenneth W. Bayne, successful
candidate for the democratic nom
ination for Justice of the peace,
stated that the five dollars he
spent to file was the only money
E. C. Denny, who sought the
republican nomination for coun
ty commissioner, spent $75.05 on
his campaign, he reported. His ex
penditures were $40.10 for cards,
$34.45 for newspaper advertising
and fifty cents for a notary's fee.
For Helen Paris
In Court Here
Wl T N
Petition for the appointment of
a guardian for Helen A. Paris,
held to be an incompetent person,
was filed Monday in probate court.
In the petition it is alleged that
such a guardian is necessary in
order hat relatives of the party
named may bring suit to collect
damages due her.
The petition recites that Miss
Paris is suffering from nervous
prostration, sever injuries to her
skull, a loss of memory and a
type of melancholia, due to injur
ies received in a severe anto acci
dent in Portland, April 19. At
that time she is said to have been
riding in a car driven by one Bow
man, to whose careless driving
the petitioner places the blame
for Miss Paris' condition.
FOLSOM PRISON, Calif. May
19. (AP) Prison guards were
tonight searching surrounding
hills for Tony Honsa, 35, sentenc
ed from Tulare county, for burg
lary, after he was missed in the
evening check up of inmates. He
was employed on the prison farm
as a milker and sheep herder.
TITLE GAME SLA TXT
Park and Englewood school
playground ball teams are ached
nled to play for the city grade
school championship this after
noon On the Washington school
grounds, it was announced Mon
day. These schools were winners
in the two leagues.
Yankee Golf Star Burns up
Course at Sunningdale
; Leading Field
By FRANK H. KING
Associated Press Staff Writer
SUNNINGDALE, Eng., May 19
(A) Bobby Jones toMay won
the gbld vase of golf illustrated,
shooting a sensation C8 in the af
ternoon after an ordinary 75 in
the morning, to lead a great field
of amateurs In the 36-hole'medal
Jones' total of 153 was good
enough; to win by a stroke from
the Hon. Wamg. Brownloe, son of
Lord Lurgan, who returned a
score of 69 in the morning and
75 in the afternoon.
The record for the newly con
structed Sunningdale course was
twice broken during the - day.
Brownlow's 9-set a new mark
in the first round and Jones shav
ed it by a stroke a few hours la
Three other American Walker
cup players entered the play,
George fVoigt, scoring 146, George
Von Elm 147, and Dr. O. F. Will
ing 112. Bobby Baugh. American
scholar at Oxford, had a score of
-. Until -the American open cham
pion began: to burn up the course,
Brownlow was regarded as a cer
tain inner. He had led the
field fn the morning while Jones
was playing an uninspired round.
The son of Lord Lurgan is one
of the most picturesque figures in
British golf, remembered In the
United States for his great 21
hole battle with Jess Sweetser in
the semi-finals of the British Am
ateur fchampionship at Muirfield.
A tjall, gangling youth he ap
pears ion the links dressed in or
dinary;" street clothes and wearing
gloves He never seems to be
participating in a match except
when ;he walks over to his caddy
and takes a club. He then makes
his shot, returns the clifl to the
caddy and walks on.
FOB IM01L DAY
Programs for observance of
Memorial Day in the McKinley and
Lincoln schools have been an
nounced and will be held simul
taneously with observances in oth
er schools of the city. All pro
grams will be given at 2 o'clock
The arrangement for the hour
at McKinley school follows:
Salute to flag; American Creed,
fourth grade; patriotic dramatiza
tion, first grade; Gettysburg
speech, upper sixth grade; patriot
ic picture posing, third grade;
patriotic songs, upper sixth; mem
orial speech. Rev. Harry E. Gard
ner of Jason Lee Memorial church;
presentation of bouquets to guests,
third grade; "America," first
Decorations for the event will
be in charge of the sixth grade
and fifth grade pupils will usher.
Parents and friends are invited to
attend the exercises at McKinley,
as well as those at Lincoln school.
Speakers for the programs at
the other schools have not yet
Right to Confer
Ernest Scott was granted leave
to consult an attorney Monday
after a preliminary hearing before
Justice Brarier Small. Scott is
charged with larceny by embezzle
ment. In a criminal Information signed
by O. Vogit, Scott is accused of
having taken funds to the amount
of $48.10, belonging to Foshay
Farms., Inc., a firm for which he
West Salem Is
Winner in Tilt
At Clear Lake
WEST SALEM, May 19. The
West Salem baseball team played
the Cleark Lake team Sunday at
the Clear Lake field. West Sa
lem came out with a victory of
almost two to one, the score be
ing 14 to 8. This was the fifth
game they have played and the
fourth one they have won. Sunday
May 25. the Welt Salem team will
play Rlckreall on the Rickreall
In Pictures, Said
Pictures of the scenic north
west, including many from Ore
gon, were shown to the nittt
corps at Culver Military academy
in Culver, Indiana, according to
an arucie in The Vedette, news
paper printed at the school, copies
of which have been received here.
Most remarkable of all the pic
tures, says The Vedette, was that
of Crater Lake. The nature nle-
tures are shown by Frank Branch
Kiiey of Portland. There are two
Salem boys attending the military
Health Expert to
Give Talk Today
"Health Education," as subject
In whioh Mrs. Anne Simpson has
been trained for years in work
academic as well as in the field,
will be her snblect thfa nnnn mi
the regular weekday luncheon of
tho Kiwanis club. Until last year
Mrs. A.Uer conducted health educa
tion work in California.
The attendance prize for today
is to be donated by C. B. Spencer
while the one next week will bo
given by R. H. Inman.
LEAGUE HIGH SCOHE
BETTERED BT HI'S
Hain's Body Shop bowling
team broke the Statesman league
team series record In last week's
play with a score of 2670 pins and
also broke the team game record
with 94 & This team won three
games from Sun freeze. . Yarnell
tied Lynch's record of 246 for in
Central Pharmacy . won two
games from Fulops and the Day
and Niles women's . team - won
three from Carson Pharmacy.
RiUhj '....136 159 181 456
Miller 176- 218 156 548
Hanbo , 133 -156 120 408
McMillaa 137 133 203 493
Hia 153 185 138 476
TU1 788 917 826 2525
HAXHS BOOT SHOP
Ro-qu 127 195 163 485
Shield , 194 168 159 iil
ETtt '. ; 171 160 210 541
Pcters i..16 194' 223' '586
Lynch 168 . 229 140 537
TtU L..829 946 895 2670
SAT AKD SILIt
K. Poiriia ...... ..154 178 143 05
J. Kwton : ; 160 153 161 474
M. lli . -. 204 15 159 524
E. Hrmesvay. 161 148 169 478
L. Hemenwty 171 124 123 418
Total 852 762 785 2399
AtVin 160 178 136 474
P?n 144 154 1B5 463
L Fr 160 148 147 455
Huff 178 151 143 472
Rim 124 101 128 353
Total 774 740 727 2241
Cline Jr 207 176 163 546
Lewi 166 111 231 508
OMrin 148 157 150 455
Cline Sr 177 175 142 494
P. Schmidt 159 163 189 511
Total 857 794 887 2550
Eipnbrndt 1S8 161 157 506
rUnahan 159 134 184 477
Troltt-r 157 107 168 472
Yarnall 246 154 173 573
Riffe 189 202 194 585
Totals 939 750 876 2543
TRACK STARS COMPETE
Willamette university and Lin
field college track teams will bold
a dual - meet on the Willamette
field this afternoon, provided the
weather conditions are favorable.
" F. N. Woodry
IS Trs. SalPTn's leading Auctioneer
and Furniture Dealer
Residence and Store
1610 N. Summer St
AND EN W
Yankee Doubles Team Steps
Up Notch in Hard Court
AUTEUIL. France. May 19 .
(AP) Lead by BIH Tilden en.l
Wilbur Coen, the favored teams
advanced without difficulty today
as the French hard court tennis
championships opened at tbe Ro
land Garros stadium. The day
was devoted entirely to doubles
men's and women's and mixed.
TUden and Coen were the only
Americans in action. With the
aid. of the first round bye and a
second round victory over the
Frenchmen Pierre A 1 bar ran ami
tbe famous ocean navigator Alain
Gerbault. at -0. -S. they reachf-i
the third round.
Mrs. Helen Wills Moody an.?
her partner Elizabeth Ryan, were
not scheduled and the match n
which Helen Jacobs m as to appear
with her Belgian partner. Ireu
Sicard. was postponed until tomorrow.
ARE DOT ff ORE!
BERLIN, May (AP) Dis
approval of Georee Simpson
time of 9 2-5 seconds for the 1" I
yards was forecast today wbm
the records committed of the in
ternational amateur athletic fed
eration recommended rejection jf
the American proposal to reeoi -nize
sprint record made with ti
use of startin? blocks.
Simpson. Ohio State flash, iv i
the 100 in 9 2-5 at Chicago la-t
June. Subsequently the mart
was accepted by the national ani.1
teur athletic uninn with the pro-
iviso that the use of starting
blocks be approved by the inter
national federation. The A. A. 1 .
took similar action ou Dick Rod--away's
22 4-5 seconds for the 2i
yard low hurdles, both recor-'i
having been made with startit
All National lagu games wi.
postponed Monday, on an-ount I
Turkish baths and maasre. 8. H.
Ignn. Phong 2214, Now Hank.
R. D. Barton National Batteries
Startr and generator work. 202
LLOYD K RAMSDEN Columbia
Blcvrlew an1 repairing. 387 Court
Dr. O. U SCOTT, PSC. Chiropractor.
I5 N. High. Tel. 87. Res. 2104-J.
DRS. 6COFIELD, Palmer Chiro
practors. X-Ray and N. C M. New
Center St Valeteria. tel. 2227.
SUITS cleaned and pressed 11. VAR
LET CLEANER a 193 N. Com'l. over
HALIK ELECTRIC CO. 461 North
Front St.. Tel. No. 2,
KLOWERS FOR ALU oceasfons
Ol sen's. Court 4 Hijjh St.. TeL 801.
CUT Flowers, t-eddlnR bouquets
funeral wreaths, decorations. C. F.
Breithaupt. florist. SI 2 Stat Street
Kalsomlne tZ to JS. per room. ,i;m
Interior painting reasonable DrWi.
Tel. 1763J. I'aya Tho.'Cf-son.
Commercial and inil'istrlal air end
CAPITAL PAIXTIXG SERVICE
460 North 13. Tel. 171CJ.
PHONE GLENN Adams for ho'.s
di.'coratlngr, paperharffin. tinting, tic.
PLUMBTNO nri neral rern
work, firaber Bros.. 1S So. Liberty.
FOR STATIONERY, cards, pai i
phlets, programs, books or any k'- .1
of printing, call nt The Stateimi. n
Printing Depa: ur.er.t. 213 S. Comn t .--clal
FOR every purpose, for eery p'n
All Bt.mdaH sizrs of Badio Tu h h.
EOFF ELECTRICAL SHOP. 335 Cou t
St.. Tel. 4 8S.
SOLVE yo:r roofing difficult
with Pioneer To-mit rock surfa. i
shingles. Carlton Pioneer Roofing Co.
170 V Front. Tfl 4S7.
STOVES anj Move repairing. Stovn
for sale, rebuilt and repaired. All
kinds of woven wire fence, fancy iy,d
plain, hop b.ike!s nr.-i hooks, locan
hnoks. Salem Fence and Stove Work.
262 Chemekets street. R. B. Fleming.
Palem Scavenger. Tel. 167 or 2290.
WARREN F. POWERS
Life and General Insurant)
219 D. & Bank Bids.
215 Masonic Bldg. Phone No. 182.
189 N. High Tel.
Developing, films, prompt service.
NELSON A HUNT. Court and Llbefty.
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THE WEIDER LAUNDRY
Telephone 25 262 & High
CAPITAL CITT LAUNDRY
"The Laundry of Pure Materials"
New aprlnc-filled ma tresses retailed
directly from factory to you. Capital
City Bedding Co, Tet If. S02O J&rth
FOR RENT New pianoa. H. L
Stiff Furniture Company.
QEOl a WILL Pianoa, Phono
graphs, sewing machines, sheet music
and piano studies. Repairing phono
graphs and sewing machines. 4S2 State'
DR. L. R. BTJRDETTB. optometrist.
41 First Nat'L Baak Bldg. TeL 118.
iable Qsis Range
Burning TtOCKCS AS. rr.akes Id.nl
cooking equlj ner.r. f Jr pei-lcuiii .
PACIFIC ROCKS AS CO.
626 Pacific K!Jg. rort'n-..l
D. H, MOSHEP. Tailor for men an
women. 47 4 Cn' St.
CAPITAL City Transfer Co. 22
State St. Tel. 631. Distributing, for
warding and storage our specialty. Get
73UARAXTEED WATCH REPAIR
ING or money back. THE JEWELi
BOX 171 N. Liberty. Salem.
BECKE st HENDRICKS
19 N. High TeL 1L
JOSEPH BARBER REALTY CO.
200 Grey Bldg. Phone 19
S. M. EARLS
224 N. High St,
HOMER D. FOSTER REALTY CO,
379 Vt State St. TeL 142.
W. H. GRABENHORST CO.
184 a Liberty St. , TeL Ht,
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGB
431 N. Cottage TeL 1UI.
-SOCOLOFSKY A SON
8M- First Nat BH Bldg. Tel 870.
i. F. ULRICH
129 N. Commercial TeL 135
441 8Ute St.
F. I WOOD