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- fhe OREGON' STATESMAN, Salem Oregon, Friday Morning, December 15; 1933
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' "Bike MUum- hMt,n.
' fcoone,ftfte' 'two; tfled Wrt
lt elty twllce 'lieiadqoartera ts
terday stating tliat the had paid
for damagea,- amounting: la
to a bicycle which her automobile
ran Into Wednesday. Isaae Trost,
tfaa rider: td ni
Other mishaps reported yea-
.eruay xaroirea Alfred Dam, 1008
-1 South 12th street, and P. M.
. Alley, 2 North 21st, it Chema
keU and llti: Lloyd Daly, Port
land," and E. J.! Mank, 01 North
14th, :at;Hlgh and; Coortr .
! Basaar 1 p. nu Friday 3&Yarkej
dinner, a:30, lrst M.-B. church.
4 Honor Court Comity Follow
ing a Doara or reriew held last
nighf. a court of honor far Bar
' Bcouta of Cascade area will be
ceid at the courthouse here next
Wednesday night A large num-
v bee of boys is expected to be pres--ent
to receire promotions and
:l Broadcloth shirts boxed 91.49. G.
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Estate Aimr&iMrit Tha l&ta
Elizabeth Shelley left an estate
- rained at S3S75 according to an
appraisal filed In probate court
nere yesterday. Pearl A. Ling is
administratrix. The bulk of the
estate la in- real property here.
At the residence, 950 North
17th street, Ole C. Dahlen. Sur
TiTed by widow, Augusta, and the
following children: Alice, Irene,
Walter and Alrin. all of Salem,
: .and Victor of Montana. Prayer
: eerrlces wlllbe held Friday. Dec.
15 at 1:30 p. m. at the chapel of
t W. T Rigdon and Son, with fun-
era! serrices at 'St. John's Luther
an church at 2 o'clock, with Rev.
H. Gross officiating.. Interrent in
Lee Mission: cemetery.
John William Yates, on Rt. 4,
Box 120A Wednesday! night. Dec.
13, at the age of "74! years. Sur
TiTed by widow. Martha A.: son
Willard of Milwaukie; two daugh
ters, Mrs. t Lora Greenfield of
Portland and Miss Ethel Yates of
'Billings, Mont.; sister, Margaret
Harrison of Wisconsin and four
grandchildren. Funeral services,
baturaay, z p. m. from Terwilli
ger Funeral Home, 770 Chemeke
ta street. Rev. B. Earle" Parker
On Rt, 1. Brooks, Ignasio al-
dez. ared 22. Survived hv an nn.
j cle, Trifon Alziar, of San Luis
Obispo. Mass at 8 a. m. Friday.
December 15. "at St. Joaonh'a r.
thollc church. Funeral announce
ments later from .the W. T. Rig-
uon ana ton mortuary. ...
Layman - To fr Any? fa
Earl Layman of 1115 Jefferson,
an eight nound hov Rnhcrt r.a
roy, Thursday, December 14, at
me uungaiow hospital.
Chinese Medicine ,
or kidney, bladder.
S. B. Pong stomach, catarrh,
- Every Ail menf Disorder
122 N. Commercimal St
Over Salem Hardware Store
Dally 9 to I 6; Sunday 9 to 12
Isac Fast's ,
Today1, 1 :30 P. M.
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Owners! Goinr East and
Everything Goes, Without
Consisting of Bridge Beach
range . and beater, 6-ft. ex.
- table, 10 diners, leather
seats; 3 oak chairs, plain;
2 bedroom chain, 3 large
oak rockers, leather seats;
1 oak library table, 1 three
Inch brass bed, foil size; 1.
steel spring and cotton mat
tress, 1 j2 bed with box
spring; mattress; 1 7Hx9
linoleum I rug; 1 0x12 fluff
rug, lot of small rugs, 1,
vlctrola and-records, 1 Do
mestic D.H. sewing machine,
2 gdod dressers, 1 Automat
ic electric washer, 1 leather
duofohL' jl K. iable, 1 Per.
rection 2-burner oil stove,
home-canned fruit kitchen
utensils, dishes ' and other
things too numerous to men
tion. Terms, cash.
Auctioneer, Phone 3-1-1-0
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- Department .
w.'..Vi Norths nigh J.
Doneya! Go East Dr. & Q.
Doney, president of Willamette
nnirerslty accompanied by Mn.
Doney, .left here Wednesday for
a trip to the east, during: which
ne wui y.sit Ala two song and at
tend threa educational - conven
Uons. He will also spend some
time visiting In and about Colum
bus, Ohio. Dr. Doner'a son Rn h
is in the advertising business la
yaicago, wnue Paul Doney Is pro
cessor or. nrUB. at - Dickimion
college, Carlisle, Pa. Dr. Doney
will attend the. conventions of the
University . Senate, the Associa
tion of Methouist Episcopal col
leges, and American . Association
of colleges. He will return to the
campus Januf- 20. - -
Hear Teddy tdnight at the First
Christian church. He's different
Devers Goee East J. M. Dev-
ers, attorney for the sUte high
way f commission, will leave to
night for Washington where he
will confer with Senator McNary
and officials of the federal public
works administration, in connec
tion with the five bridges which
it is proposed to construct on the
Oregon Coast highway. The loan
application and bridge plans - al
ready have been approved by the
Oregon public works administra
tor and have been in Washington
for more than two weeks.
Stamp Club Meets The Salem
Stamp society will hold a meetlnr
tonight at 7:30 at the Y.M.C.A.
The nominating committee ap
pointed at the last meetlnar will
report on their selection of offi
cers for the coming year and a
large attendance of collectors
from Salem and nearby points is
expected. As usual, the meeting is
open to all those Interested in
stamp or cover collecting.
Holly and holly wreaths for sale.
O. W. Bean. 593 Center. Tel.
Scoots Invited. Portland An
invitation to first class Boy Scouts
in Salem and vicinity to partici
pate In the annual winter camp at
Mazama lodge on Mt. Hood held
by the Portland scout council has
been received here by F. Howard
Zinser, district commissioner. The
camp will run from December 26
to 30 and will cost each boy 1 4
plus 11 transportation from Port
land to the lodge and return.
Dinners at the Marion are unex
celled. Payments Promised - Two
motorists who pleaded guilty in
municipal court yesterday to
charges of speeding were released
on promise to pay Sa fines with
in 10 days. Theye were Ernest
Edward Lendras of Corvallis and
GHn Edward Truitt, Turner route
two. Merle Phillips of West Sa
lem, who also admitted speeding,
paid a $2.50 penalty.
Realtors Meet Today Salem
realtors will meet at The Spa to
day noon to discuss matters per
taining to the business here.
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' action UkesPU
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Scout Election Tonight Annu
al lection ot officera is tha chief
business scheduled for th meet
ing of Cascade e o n n e 1 1, Boy
Scouts, ' at the chamber of com
merce tonight at S o'clock. Instal
lation ceremonies will be conduct
ed at the annual meeting to be
held next month. Irl 8. McSherry
has .served as president the past
year. -.. ' ' ..
Spa hand-rolled chocolates In color-
arrangement of striking beau
ty. A gift delight ,
Report, Roll Call The Red
Cross roll call committee for Mar
ion county will meet "at Cole's
cafe today noon to hear reports
en success of the 1933 drive, said
to have been better than .last
year's. Jadge George Rossman of
th iinrant court chairman oi
Willamette chapter 'of the Red
Cross, win preside. ...........
Holly and holly wreaths for sale.
O. W. Bean, S9S Center. Tel.
Store Room Altered The SUte
street store room which formerly
housed the White House and lat
er the Bohemian restaurants is
being remodeled for occupancy by
two business firms. The new ten
nants will be the Gwynn barber
shop now located on Court street
and the Ulrich realty office now
conducted across the street
Jedge Assigned - Chief Jus
tice Rand 'of the sute supreme
court yesterday-assigned Circuit
Judge McColloeh of Baker county
to hold court . in Multnomah
county, beginning January 2. The
assignment was made because of
the congested condition of the
Multnomah county circuit court
docket at the present time.
Salem's newest and most modern
eating establishment The Coffee
shop. In connection with the
Property Sold - Returns of
12659. S100 less t&an tne total
Judgment were reported by the
sheriff's office yesterday on an
execution sale held for the state
bonus commission which recently
sued Ralph LeRoy Hook and
Sues on Mortgage Suit to
foreclose a 23000 mortgage on
farm property executed In 1927,
was started here yesterday by
lva B. Busby who named A. F.
Weleter and others as defendants
Plaintiff claims no Interest has
been paid since 1931.
Tickets for concert ot Miss Win
if red Byrd and Portland , Sym
phony orchestra, Tues. evening,
Dec. 19th, on sale at Will's Music
Meyers 111 Milton L. Meyers,
chairman of the 1933 Red Cross
roll call, is confined to his bed at
his residence, 1055 Court street,
with a minor ailment He has
been ill since Monday.
Says Not Gnilty Wesley Smith
pleaded not guilty to morals char
ges lodged against him, and will
be given a hearing in Justice court
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock.
He is still In the county Jail,
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OF GENERAL FOODS
Ccnsng Events I
December 15-17 Older
Boys conference, T. U. C A.
December 17 Presen
tation of 'Messiah," armory,
December IsW-Clfy conn .
cU meet, city hall 7:30 p-m.
December 20 Boy Scon
court of honor at court
December 22 Salem high
vs. Alumni, basketball.
. December 27 Willamette
vs. Oregon State, basketball.
Hearing Date Set ' Hearing
of the complaint 'filed against the
Ewen Transportation company,
with relation to the refund of
moneys collected on C. O. D. ship
ments, adjustment of claims and
failure to make payment of fees,
has been set for December 28 in
an order Issued by Charles M.
Thomas, state utilities commis
sioner. The hearing will be con
ducted in Salem with Herbert
Hauser, state superintendent of
Lunch, sandwiches, beer. Drop in
to the Hof Brau, In connection
with the Marlon hotel.
Was Known Here Mrs. Dor
othea Thompson ot Vancouver,
Wash., who was killed In an auto
mobile accident near Vancouver
about 10 o'elock Saturday night
was the daughter of R. W. Mc
Intyre ot Salem. Mrs. Thompson
was the wife of an army officer.
Funeral services were held in
Vancouver Tuesday with burial in
the U. S. army cemetery there.
Support .Money Granted Per
mella A. Simmons was granted
$20 a month support money yes
terday from her husband, Ira Sim
mons, against who she recently
tiled suit Judge L. G. Lewelllng
signed the order which also al
lowed plaintiff 17.50 as Initial
Auction sale furniture today, 1:30
p. m. 441 S. High.
Will Probated The will of the
late Andrew Albert Henry was
admitted to probate here Thurs
day. His heirs are to receive $3,
000 in real property and 9100 in
personal holdings. Executors of
the will are to be T. H. Duckett
and W. R. Winslow.
Cooked food and rummage sale
Sat, Dec. 16th, 142 S. High.
Estate Probated The estate of
the late Mary E. Richardson who
died here in July, was admitted
to probate Thursday in the county
court here. She left real property
which has an estimated valuation
of 250. Milton E. Richardson is
to serve as administrator.
Federal Farm Loan
Applications Should Be Filed
E. K. Piasecld
Ladd & Bush Bank Building
thm times. Cream ,
Four In Se-LyellW. McEl
murry, who says Washington res
ident don't JbATe to .beware ot
driving four In the front seat be
cause there Is no law. against ft
there, was haled into Justice court
yesterday for violating an Oregon
Uwlo Ihis effect Ho admitted
rui and was fined 1 and costs.
Commitment was Issued but he
paid the fine at the sheriff's of
fice. Free A $5 hat with each suit
G. W. Johnson A Co. '
Judgment Awarded A Judg
ment ot 696 to which 109 attor
ney's tees are to be added, was
granted the United States Rnb-
ber company here yesterday
against V. D. Leek. George D.
KImsey, named as co-defendant
with Leek In the original suit, was
absolved of liability. The lndsr
ment followed a supreme court
decision on the case.
Ties 49c, boxed. G. W. Johnson.
Mrs. Pettit in Hosoltal Mrs.
Wayne A. Pettit, who fell 111 re
cently, was taken to Salem Gener
al hospital yesterday, where she
will remain for several days. Her
condition was described last night
as not serious. Hospital attend
ants sam sne was "resting easily
Eena Company Sues The Eena
company filed an amended com
plaint here yesterday against Mrs.
Gilbert Ballantine and C. A. Han
sen seeking to collect a note for
$250 now past due. The note was
purchased by the company from
the Ladd A Bush bank.
Dance Sat nlte, Mellow Moon.
Boots Grant's band, 35c
$611 to Widow An estate rai
ned at $6111 after costs are paid
goes to Eva Schafer, widow ot
the late John Schafer, - according
to a final account filed Thursday
in probate court by N. M. Lauby,
Dance tonite & Tues. U-Park, lfc.
Store Gets Judgment A Judg
ment for $480 and costs was
awarded in circuit court here yes
terday to Henry Jennings and
Sons, Portland . furniture store,
against Walter L. and Isabel Mc
DougaL Denial FYIaA A nr1 Aanlal
was filed here yesterday by plain
tiff in the case of John L. Gatliff
against M. B. Kenyon. Defendant
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LIQUID, TABLETS, SALVE,
Checks Colds first day, Headaches
or Neuralgia In 30 minutes,
Maralia in 8 days.
Fine Laxative and Tonic
Most Speedy Remedies Known
Phone 4018 We
CHEESE nib. Hflc
Corn Meal, 9-lb. sack
Calumet, lb. can
Rolled Oats, . 94b. sack :: 85c
Sperrys Pancake, 4-lb. sack : 29c
Toilet Tissue, Ambassador, 3 rolls 10c
Dr. Ross's Dog Food, 4 cans 29c
Minced Clams, Royal Chef, can -10c
Camay Toilet Soap, 3 bars 14c
Complexion Cloth Free
2 m 19 c
Service - AT THE
. Fresh Rendered
3 Pounds f2J(3
filed hie answer earlier this week.
The case la in the circuit court
Dance with your friends, MeUow
jaoon, eau uie. Boots Grant's 10
piece band. 4 - : .
Traffic WlAla.HAn it rtlJ
nolds was fined $1 and cosU in
Justice court yesterday tor pass-
Commitment was issued.
BENNETT VISITS HERB
graduate who la now employed in
vm-mmm w - we smiumue' IWU eW
tending-George Washington uni
versity in Washington, D. C, was
a Salem vtaitA
luh nnruassn sir ari n n a r si
nett, whose parents live at Ma-
iuu, w i dock to wasnington
lomeumi i in January, .
294 N. Commercial 4
Kitchen Queen Flour, hard
wheat 49s, -j 07
f. 0. b. store ..... . 101
Fresh Extra Eggs, 10
Fresh Medium Eggs, OA
2 dos LVC
8tate Inspected Eggs
Bockwood'a Cocoa, ,4 j
2-lb, box ..... If C
1 lb. can OC
10 lbs. 4jC
f. o. b. Store - Sack $4.59
quart bottle 1 1 C
Kerr's Rolled Oats, n Q
No. 10 OOC
Whole Wheat Flour, Qf
No. 10 bag OOC
Fine or Coarse OC
Graham, No. 10 .... wuC
Hodgen Brewster Laywell
Egg Mash, 1 70
100 lbs l.lO
Mix. Bran and Mill
Run, 70 lb. bags
Our Prices Are
Deliver $1.00 Orders or Over
O lb. tins 77
granulated J G
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Taklma No. I
PIGGLY WIGGLY MARKET - Satisfaction
Half or Whole
Swiss, Loin or
CHICAGO, Dec 14. (3) The
major leagues today to ted to
adopt .a uniform basebalL live
lier than the one used the past
tew. years In -the National league
and patterned almost exactly
along the specifications of , the
American league sphere, i
The new ball will make its de
but in next' spring's training
camns. A campaign .will be start
ed at once to get all minor lea
Deliyeries Phone 3527
N.B.C. Crackers, 3 -lb. box,
plain or Q(
Mince Meat, - A
per pound 1UC
Curve Cut Macaroni, lAa
4 lbs IjC
1 , . .
Leelk Iodised Salt,
Two 2-lb. pkgs. .... AJv
Apples, a real buy In a high
grade faced and CQM
Pineapple, broken . OQ,
slices, m, 2 for .. VC
Radio Mix, OC
2 lbs. s-3C
Chocolate Drops, 1 r
Monster Gum Drops if?.
Royal Mix -if
r..u ... 18c
Hodgen Brewster Egg Pro
ducer, the mash i n
with the kick
All f.o.b. Store
Golden Bells Hardwheat
Every Sack Guaranteed
49 lb. sack
(Limit 1 Sack)
245 N. Commercial
5 cans 236
r.a Aire ikies
Large Fancy Italian
No. 2 cans Eichelman'i Cut Green
BEANS 3 fr S5Q
No. S cans Red Ring Lima. .
BEANS 3fo, 2S3
Bed Mexican, Small or
il 21c 39c
w LEAGUES i
o m a mm
Candy and Nuts
Plain Mixed or Broken Mix, Old Fashion
ed Chocolates, Gum , . O OKn
Drops, all Li lbs. Ols
Brazil Nuts, Soft Shell Almonds
An New Crop Nuts
2 a 25 c - 2 n. 33c
7 lbs. 10c
Extra Sweet and
2 dot 25c
i Slild Core
, Fine for Baking
gues to use the same balL-ThtW
Paelfle coast league ; already has "
roted to adopt It -i
The decision was made by the
club owners ot both leagues In'
their Joint meeting. The prest.'
aents oj the two circuits. Will
John Heydler of the National, I
were empowered to meet with the)
baseball manufacturers and iiicMi
out the ball they like Their ds'
dsion will be absolute. I ,
Bring the !
Dawn-mist or moon-fflow
for Aunt Emma? Oh
well, we wouldn't know.
But, if It's something
for him, we are a regu
lar Drain trust.
. Here's Just a Few of
Ask for the
jt designed low
ff 05c to S3
The new Aillr rrprwa oro
outstanding this year, in1
cnecks, figures and Per
sfans. Scarfs - $1 to $3
See those first
that have his
ed on them.
(P. S. Suspen
ders can be
had In beauti
Suspenders 50c to $1.93
Ask for the
are the last
f 1 to S3
ones have a
1.25 to 93
can pick ties
for men . . .
85c to f 1
'jfVk Imonds are
7new tor Junior
suaa new juns- x
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DONT MISS our "gift
idea display. Forty bust
gestions of gifts or
Incorporated '' "
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