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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOV. 25, 1916.
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HIDES TV ANTED 107- S. Commercial.
Phone' 899. ; . decl8
FURNISHED Apartments, also ban,
suitable, far garage. 491 Jf., Cottage,
FOR BEJsT Good farm. ISO acres. Ad
dress owner.. 1195 South. Twelfth, tf
WE HAVJE-rBnled .hay. and oats for
ale. George Sweiglo, Garden road, tf
CORX FED Geese for wile. " Phono
8F23 evenings. ' , .-..' n WKS
WANTED; Oregon improved strnwber-
ry plants. J,honc..85U0J2... .'.'. uovllO
WAXTKD Pnlor- hilliiirrl -trihK Ar
dress P care Journal. j .nov:i8
il'oRD And lltlil Studebaker for sale
at 24 State t. .- . bov25
WAXTED To buy a tongue complete
for light wagon.. Phone 7;tFll. nov-d
OLD FIR WOOD For snle, green. E.
u. jounston. 1 none m. nuv29
IiOST Watch with leather fob return
to Foster & Baker for reword. no2."i
FOR R EXT 3 modern furnished rooms
$12.30 a month. Phone 142..t. nov2.1
FOB BENT 8IGNS For sale at Cap
' Hal Journal office. V
BARRY Window clcanor. Thone 70S
IFOR' SALE 2 young cows, fresh in
few days. Phone loFl.'i. nov27
GET PRICES On farm sale billi at
The Journal office.
WAXTED Fat and fresh cows. 142.)
WIOICE Goat meat! for sale, cheap at
1230 Ferry street. tf
OLD FIR Wood for snle. delivered in
town. Phone 092 E. A. Wnv; tf
FOR SALE 2 cow for sale, fresh De
cember 1. 1910 Waller. ' n v2;"
IBESPASS Notice lor sale at Jour
nal office. tf
FOR SALE Or trade for fresh milk
cow, W Trade St. - nov2."
FOR SALE Or trade a horse for- a
fresh milk cow, 999 .Trad :St. nov2."i
GOAT MEAT For sale, t first . class
only 6 cents per lb. at O. K. Grocery,
delivered in city. . . :.-'.' . decil
MIDDLE AGED WOMAX WbmIh nnr
kind of work by the day. Phone US.
- '..''" nov'.'S
WILL TliADK Modern bungalow in
Idnho town for Salem property. Ad
dress 20 care .rournal. nov2."i
FOR SALE Toulouse geese. Buff Log-
horns mid Plymouth l.'oek cockerels
Call evenings phone 1FI". nov2"i
WAXTED An experienced farm haui
for general tunning. Phone III'.'!:!.
- - nov2S
FOR SALE Gun 12 gunge Remington
double barrel, $11, llllio North Front
WAXTED To borrow S.'.0 for .T years
on good real estate security. Address
D cure of Journal. . novSS
I PA Y The . highest market price for
all kinds of live stoeK at nil times.
O. W. Eyre, 22U0.M, Suluni. tf
BU1CK 4 passenger for snle, or will
trade for cattle, sheep or goats.
Phone 14S9 or 4.12. iiov27
WAXTED A sirl to work, no cook
ing. Mrs. Dilly, "m State St. Phone
. MONKVTO LOAN In amounts .foOD,
$HMif), $2000, :)O0fl ji.lOOO, 7 per cent.
See J. A. Mills. 3S4 State St. nov2J
FOR SALE Or trade for Ford, M
acres of river bottom land near Mnr
ion ' Or. Thos. Winn, Marion, Or. nJO
FOR REXT Xicely furnished house
keeping rooms, reasonable, S.",") X.
Commercial St. ' dec21
FOR REXT A suite of housekeeping
rooms, well furnished at ICU X. Lib
erty. Inquire at residence. Phone
1040J. . cf
FOR SALE due second hand delivery
truck. Will sell this vhenp.' Write im
mediately to R. M. box .1:1, Salem.
FOR SALE Fresh cow, four year old
Jersey, 0 per cent test, very gentle,
cheap for cah. Second house north
or fir grove near asylum. nov27
FOR .SAL K General merchandise store
good location, price $20011, ' one hurt
down, easy terms on payments. 00
care Journnl. uov7
WANTED Furnished house or biingn
, low in good location fur four adults.
!ive terms and full particulars in
first letter. Address If. II. care .lour
SALESMEX WAXTED Wanted: Live
wire advertising salesmen for finest
line of advertising metal, fibre, card
ward, muslin, oil cloth, wood and
lrnss signs: art caleuilars 12-sheet
business calendars, and novelties of
every description. Good territory
available. Give references and exper
ienie. Liberal terms on commission
liasis. Itig money. Write for particu
lar now. The -Sioto Sign Co., Ken
ton, Ohio. . - - -
WANTED Turnished or ' S ,nAm
, house,, close in,: permanent. Address
"Wanted" care Journal. . ; . nov25
FOR SATE A $30.00 Graphonola and
recoras. at a oargmn lor cash. a.
S. Gi care" Journal.. .-, nov25
FOR SALE Dry- slab wood. for. sale!
i.eave orders at Richardson Grocery,
"Phone 494. . ?.N .. .-, ..'. - noviii
CARPET Aaj.'rug wearing done "at
reasonawe ..pricos. -..Mrs, JLilliB . De
liord, 1893 Currant Avo. Z' riov25
9ET TOUR Trespass Notices, nen
.supply of cloth, ones at. Capital Jour
BARGAIN Bnick roadster 2Gy cheap, if
taken soon. Addratfj Ownereare Jour
nal. . .. . -. ' novS
FOR TRADE 5 acres, 40 jn Cultiva
.' tion close to railroad town, for close
in or city property. R. .3, box 0SA.
Salem. - nor30
CHAXCE OF fJFE TIME 200 acres
in Waldo hills, best buy in Oregon,
short time only, pec acre $30.00. H.
A.. Johnsnn Co. nov27
JACOB VOGT 979 South Commercial
atreet, invites his old friends to call
on him when in need of shoe repair
ing. Best of work at lowest prices.
MONEY LOANED On furniture, hors
es, vehicles, merchandise, eta. Trans
actions private. Possession retained.
Union Loan Agency, 21J South High
FOR SALE Two extra fine large Jer-
sey cows, one fresh, one soon; test
0 and 5 per cent, very gentle. First
street east, second house north asy
lum. . nov27
SALESMEN WAXTED Salesman for
general trade in Oregon. Staple linn;
new features; commission contract;
$3.").00 weekly for expenses. Vavancy
now. Continental Jewclrv Co., 250-47
Continental bhlg., Clevefand, Ohio.
WAXTE1 Elderly couple to do light
work on farm home accommodations
and sninll pay for services (German
people preferred) Apply at 403 South
i.ommerciat street tor particulars.
AGENTS WANTED Agents make
from $.10 to $0") weekly selling onr
genuine sheepskin coats and vests.
Wonderful opportunity. Ask for free
outfit and particulars. Siberia Sheep
skin ( oat Co., J i A E. Hrondway, New
York, desk 324. ' nov23
SALESMEN WAXTED Salesman ex
perienced specialty man to sell gen
eral stores in Oregon, Unexcelled new
specialty plan. Commission contract;
.tij-OO weekly for expenses. Vnenney
nental Jewelry Co., 2."0-4.S Continent
al Bhlg., Cleveland, Ohio.
FEMALE .HELP WANTED At ouec,
ten Indies to trawl, demonstrate and
sell-well established-line to-our deaH
ers. Previous experience not lieces
snry. Good pay. Railroad fare-paid,
Goodrich Drug Co., Dept. 1.V aia
. ha, Xebr. . '.
MONEY TO LOAN On second hand
jewelry, men's clothing, musical in
struments, tools, guns, bicycles etc.
Also bought sold and traded. Capital
Exchange 337. Court St. Phone 493.
Among the Bowlers
Team Plaved. Won. Lost. Per
Woodmen 21 13 0 714
Watt Shipp .... 21 14 " 7 ' C07
Printers 21 13 8 619
B. P. O. E 21 12 429
Oregon ... 21 .8 , 13 . 381
Salem Allevs.. 21 4 17 190
This Week's Schedule.
Monitor B. P. O.- E. vs. Salem Alleys.
Tuesday Woodmen vs. Watt Shipp.
Wednesday Oregons. vs. I'rinters.
Player's Averages Salem City League
Plarer and Team. Games. Avg.
Patton Salem Alleys 1 192
Warrington Salem Alleys.... 13 391
Nond Watt Shipp 21 189
Lnflar Oregons IS ,184
Doolittle Printer 1 ' 184
Vail Printers 21 182
Kay Elks 13- 181'
Peiirce Woodmen 21 179
Hussey Elks 21 178
Freelnnd Printers 21 170
liean Woodmen 21" 173
Donaldson Woodmen ...... 21 173
L. Trice Wntt Shipp - 15 .172
Craveu Watt Shipp 21 171
Sundin Oregons 21 107
Stutsman Elks lfl 107
Llovd Woodmen 21 100
Whorlev Oregons : 13 104
Hill Printers r 21 101
K. Price Watt Shiups 21 107
Daker Sslem Allevs 3 134
Rnti.h Klka 21 ISO
( Hinnhcll Salem Allevs 21 ,14,
Prunk Oregons 12 145
Pilkington Printers 21 . 142
Piatt Klks 15 17
Lewis Elks . 139
Swienick Snlein Alleys ...... 21 -130
High individual game, Lnflar, 2.).1
High individual 3 games, X.oud. 055.
High team t game. Printers, 54.
High team 3 games. Printers, 2090.
The precipitation yesterday was 1.17
inches, making n'total so far this month
Ar i k tn.'liu 'iveiiiber for 1915 was
given a rainfall of 8.00 inches and for
1914, 3.80 inches. The river is rising
and today tae gunirc reaus one iuui
above low water marx.
With nnother dav'B rain, the Spauld
;.. l,.i.imr piimiiiinv will be able to
start their , annuals big drive on the
r n.-Uioniiite river. Thu. eomoanv now
has from five to six niilliou feet of
lumber in tuo river ready for Homing.
- - r a'?o oday, the big drive was
on irUb. lix million feet.
The Albany high school football team
that ran away with the Salem high
school players, is one more notch near
er the stute rhsmpionship. as the team
recently defeated the Eugene high
THE MARKETS -:
The following prices for fruits
and vegetables are those asked by
the wholesaler of the retailer, ai.d
not fthat is paid to the producer.
All other p.ice are those paid the
producer. Corrections tare made
daily. . . . .
Butterfat ,is quoted at an advance
of two cents this morning but cream
ery butter holds at the same price. This
advance to 43 cents seems to be. -due
to fierce competition and not so aiucli
to general' market conditions.'
The turkey propositionthe leading
one ol the day seems to havo settled
down to 21 and 21(4 cents i e' w4.
to 25 cents for -dressed.. Anyhow, the!
ninrKct win open mouuay to. bum wuun
the prtvailing figure will be establish
ed. ' " : :
Portland reports a reduction of 20
cents A' barrel for flourj but as the lo
cal grocers did not take advantage of
uie last advance, this decline will Have
no ettect locally. -
Oats, new ....
Shorts, per ton
Hay clover ;
Creamery butter, per pound ... 41c
Country butter ; 2832c
siggs ana rot-wry.
Eggs, ease count, cash 43c
Eggs, trade ;. 45c
Hons, pound .... 1314c
Roosters, old, per pound 9c
Broilers, under pounds . 14c
Turkeys, live 2lCn2V,c
Turkeys, dressed 2425c
JJucka, Uve t ll13c
Geese, live 9(3 10c
fork, veal and Mutton.
Pork, dressed "12 l-213c
Pork, on foot $8.50(a,9.10
Spring lambs, 1910 77c
Vea1r according to quality 10c
Steers . ......... 6(3)9
Cows 3 l-24c
Bulls .' 83 1-4
Wethers . . . i . . ..T.7." .' .".".7. 5 l-2t
Figs and Dates
Figs, 70 fonr oz $2.60
Figs, 36 12 oz. . . $2.75
Figs, 12 10-oz. ; 00c
Black f iga 9c
White figs 10c
Dromedary dates ,.... 3.7o
String garlic. 1012 l-2c
fotatoes, sweet 3e
Potatoes,, per .100 pounds..$1.20ffil.25
Green onions 40
Green peppers 7c
Carrots, dozen .................. 40i
Artichokes-.. . $L
Lettuce, California, crate- . $2.50
tfeg plant .........'.n.-..ji.i...-.......v. 7c
Celery, v.. ........ .v. . ... 75c1
Lnulitlowef i .....:-..'...:.......... $2.25
Parsnips, carrots- and beets ..?...$1.25
Grapes .......... $1.75
Apples ...i S0c$1.00
Oranges, navels $,.00
Oranges, Japanese $2.00
Lemons, per box $0.006.50
California grape fruia "... $4.00
Florida grape fruit $0.50
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch 50c
Creamery butter ..
Flour, liard wheat
, Portland, Ore., X'ov. 25.
Wheat, club $1.54
Red -Russian $1.47""." "
Hluestem $1.58 .
OutB, Xo. 1 white feed $.'10.50
Hogs, best live 9.00(a'9.85
Prime steers $7.30
'Fancy cows $0.00
Spring lambs $0
Hotter, city creamery 40c
Eggs, selected local ex. 52c
' Broilers 10c " ,
MICEENHAM 4c CO. -
Will pnv the top price for Veal,
Tin keys, Geese, Ducks and
Chickens, vail on us before
you sell your produce, 100
South High St. Phone 10.
Farmers' Feed Shed.
Gather In Salem
Metropolitan Life Insurance compa
ny agents and deputy superintendents
are in- session today at tho company's
office in tho Masonic Temple. It is
what is called the quarterly meeting of
the staff, when all the problems of
the agents are freely discussed. Among
those attending aro the following: Fioin
Eugene Deupty superintendent .1. C.
llano and agents C. II. Kincaid, H. R.
Sessions, Raymond Hyland, W. A.
Longworth and R. O. Longworth. From
Albany Murray Marshall and Archie
Metzger. From SaleHV Superintendent
F. A. Laurendine, deputy superintend
'ent S. D. Doremus, agents V. C. Rush,
III. C. Pugh, N. L. -Moffitt and B. W.
Captain Barber, deputy insurance
commissioner for fhe state of Oregon
addressed the life insurance men th:s
school players with a score o'f 27 to 0.
Thanksgiving day Jjiey will play the
Corvallis high school for the champion
ship of the Willamette volley.
Journnl Want ads will sell it.
TO BE ARGUED MONDAY
Argument in the mandamus proceed
ings to place the street paving.bondiTig
measure 'on the ballot for the city elec
turn. December 4, will be heard' by the
supreme court Monday afternoon at
1:39 o'clock. This case is brought un
der, the 'titlo of'Josio L. Stewart, ex
rcl the ,8tate of Oregon, against Bert
Maey, Salem city attorney, and Charles
F. Elgin, city recorder. This is the
measure the Salem Commercial club
voted unanimously to' fight if it was
forced on the ballot. It is said to be
becoming more unpopular as its provis
ions are Known, me proper y owners
on unpaved streets do not like it bo
'cause it would bond the city so heavily
no. money would be available for con
tinued paving and then only three
blocks each year could bo put down. It
is pointed out that if it should pass u
would bo a hundred years before somr
parts of the city would be paved.
HAVE YOU YOTTES? '
Washington, Nov.. 25. Tho
1 swollen gold tide in circulat-
tion at the close of the fiscal
year was such that theoretical-
ly every man, woman and child
in the United States had a $39.-
28 interest in it.
Tho United States treasurer's
" report published todav showed
$4,024,095,702 iu circulation, an
increase of $454,878,188 -over
n lata xnth about half of the
amount in gold. .
Court House News
Deputy Sheriff Needham was noti
fied Vhis "morning that tho store of
Dittcr, Bell and company of Sublimity
had been entered last night", and rob
bed. When the store was opened this
morning it was round to have been
ransacked for clothing aparently suit
ed to wet weather. Three brown and
green mottled mackinaws, a boy's and
man's slicker, both. black, and one
Capita tan high top shoes were taken.
Entranco was gained by breaking in
the door. No clue as to tho robbers has
been discovered so far. Deupty Sher-
11 1 jNceilnam is sending out notices to
points north and south notifying offi
cers to be on the look out for the miss
ing articles. '
Court from a judgment order dismiss
ing as stating no cause of action the
complaint filed by the Ford Motor car
company against S. J3. and George
I 'nine. I he order dismissing the action
was made on September 29.
Because. In entering a judgment In
tho suit brought by W. ,l. Robinson
against E. O. Eoff and Audrey Foil
rich an nttnebment was overlooked,
and becuuso there was no intention on
tne part of tne piamtiif to aimndyn
the attachment, Jin order vacating the
judgment is asked of- the court. At the
time the case came to the issue, it
was stipulated orally that judgment
suould be tuKen but that execution
on the attached property should be
withheld for ninety -days. ' In making
the judgment order, 'it is stated the
attachment was overlooked.
A reply in the case of Kate L. Cook
against Burton C. Cook to the answer
of the defendant denies each and ev
ery allegation made in the soparate
answer and nefens.
Judge Hushcy has appointed W. J.
Mjulvey, George L. Storey anil E, L.
Johnson appraisers of that portion ot
tho estate of Martin1 Giesy, dereisen,
located in l lacuamas county.
"talirico R. Townscnd. executor of
tho estate of William Townsend, who I
died November 4, has filed a petition
asking' that the su mof $286.97, which!
was turned over to the county clerk;
by S. Z. Culver, guardian of William I
Townsend, along with all the papers
"THAT LITTLE GAME"
rYASEE, IVE BEEN if : -7" . C lveTX -T
GETTM' A LONE SIX . gYEAM.FouR ! I h 1 (tGOTAUi-
SPOT EVERY TIME AND SlXES' A STIFF, v 'N FWR CAl?D I HuNCH Too - )
I AHoMA ' 1 HOOKS H WAS MY , MY HECK. V T wSh I'DAREEMA'nlvL- 7
1 lHr?EE S4ES ON THE 4CE FULL- J VTHIH' TO VI BORN LUCkV J S, ' P-.,
E DRAW. I'M AGONNA S H-"CTW-) "H LJC ' whbn a - - fT
E PLAY EVERY LlL' HUNCH -( TC&f. Just ) Huhqh FlZH.ES V I
Q AFTER THIS- JhEZ.- M 1 L"c T."r J TH OL BiRDIl
gi n i ySr' . v '
To Deliver Address
' at Jason Lee Church
'-'i." .. ..... '
Tho people of North Salem will-be
favored with an address by President
Carl G. Doney, of Willamette univer
sity, Sunday evening, December 10.
" Social Service of the Church " is the
subject announced, and it is- believed
to bo one that is close to the heart of
the sneaker. . , "
The address will be given under the
auspices of Jason Lee Service Circle, an
organization which was formed this fall
for the purposes suggested by the topic
of Dr. Doney-'s discussion.
In line with the objects of this new
social-religious movement, the territory
contiguousJiJason Leo church, (chich
comprise? a major portio.n.-of the north
end of the city, has been carefully dis
tricted andquiet workers are bu'sv With.
jl survey of every family within the,
j same. . In connection with the -survey
the objects of the movement are ex
plained tq each household. A' relief cbm
mittee built 'for service rather than
ornament is a part of the movement and
its beueficient effects have been made
manifest. , A free emplovment bureau
is another feature that is winning th
appreciative attention of those who
have learned of the new service move
ment, the objects of which, in a word,
are to promote the old-fashioned spirit
of neighborly helpfulness and co-operation
in all Hues that go to improve com
The address by Dr. Doney will be
free to all and the public is" cordially
invited.. Jason Lee church, 8 p. m.,
.Monday, December 11.
of the estate, be turned over to him a
executor. Prior to death .William
Townscnd was adjudged insane and
Culver appointed guardian.
Charles Boergershausen of Gervals,
a farmer, renounced his allegiance to
William 11 of Germany this morning
in taking out his second citizenship pa
pers. He came to America when he
was four years old from Duderstaitt,
'and landed nt the port of New Or
leans, after his ship had been driven
1500 miles out of its' way by severe
Under tho auspices of tho Salem com
mercial club, the third annual Marion
county .corn showwiH be held in this
city from December 11 to 10 inclusive.
The general management of the show
will be in charge of the bureau tit ag
riculture of the club, which is directed
by Luther J.Chspin. The scope of the
show has been extended to include Polk
and Yamhill counties. Any person In
the territory mentioned is eligible to
compete for the prizes offered. There
will be no entry fee charged.' Premi
um lists" will bo published in the' coun
ty papers. The boys of the state indus
trial corn clubs, and all other boys who
have com for exhibition, are urged to
exhibit at the show. Notices of this
show are now being mailed by County
School Superintendent Smith.
In order to determine just what the
teachers of Marion county feel should
be tho teacher's code of ethics a list
of thirty euggestions are bing mailed
to the teachers of. the county by Coun
ty School Superintendent Smith. The
list has' been prepared by a committee
appointed' by the annual teacher's' in
stitute to draft a code of ethics. This
committee is composed of Thomas E.
Wilson, Burgess F. Ford and John W.
L. Smith. The aim of the code of ethics
is to establish professional ideals," to
standardize professional conduct, to ele
vate the professional spirit, and to
create in the minds of others a deeper
respect lor tho profession. Teachers arc
asked to mark the various portions of
the code the ythink should be accepted
as a standard and return the slip bo
foro December 4.
Charles Johnson, .of reotts. Mills, re
nounced allegiance to tllo king of Swed
en this afternoon in the county clerk's
oifiee. He arrived in the United Stnte.i
in. 1903, sailing from Liverpool. He is
a norscalioer by trade.
Deputy Sheriff Needham recorded
an unusually largo sheriff's sale thisr
afternoon when he turned over the pro
ceeds of the sale of 357 acres belong
ing to Emma G. Robinson on Mission
Bottom. There were threo mortgages on
tho land. The first was held by tho
state of Oregon, tho second by the Se
curity Statu Bank and tho third by
When We Say
That our Woolens are all wool, fast colors,
and that we make them up to fit you we
will be back of our statement.' Visit us and
be convinced. ,, .
Estes & Zeuhlke
128 S. Liberty St.
Tickets Are Nominated
For Stayton Election
The progressive party held their con
vention in the Methodist church Tues
day evening and nominated the follow-
g candidates : C. D. Stayton and A.
D. Murphy for councilmen; J. B.
Grier for recorder, C- A. Beauchamp,
for treasurer, and Chas. Staab for
They also elected threo committee
men to serve the party during the en
suing year. The committee is com
posed of A. D. Gardiner, J.. B, Miller
aim j. it. liardncr.
The-convention was not very well at
tended, it being reported that there
were only 2.J persons present-
Pursuant to the call in last week's
Hail, the members of the Citizens'
party met iu convention in tho city
hall Wednesday evening. .The meeting
was called to order by Grant Murphy,
who was made chairman, and E. M.
Olmstead was chosen secretary.
The call for nominees for councilmen
brought- out the names of Grant M-ui-
phy and C. D. Htayton, who were
chosen unanimously J. B. Grier was
nominated for recorder and received
the. entire vote of tho convention as
did also C. A. Beauchamp for treasur
er nuu Henry Smith for marshal.
On motion, a committee of three
was named" to look after the business
of the convention. Tho chairman named
Dr. II. A. Beauchamp, Jno. Thoma and
Jacob Spaniol. Stayton Mail.
Mt." Angel Abbey. Tho Security State
Hank bought 305 acres for $9800 and
Mt. Angel Abbey bought a 52 acre
tract for . $2103.30. Practically the
whole sum of $11,903.36 was paid iu at
. FESTIVAL. AT BILVERTON
Tf the plans of a dozen well known
the lvceum platform of the west. All
are splendid attractions and will round
out a delightful threo days for Silver-
Among the locnl enthusiasts who are
working hard for the success of the
festival are F. E. Callister, Geo. W.
Hubbs, Lewis Johnson, P. L. Brown,
Gil Hentson, Geo. Stvelhainmer, Ed R.
Adams, B. B. Mount II. M. James, TC
B. Latham. Tribune. '
The plan is to hold Silverton's firs
annual Lyeeum Festival, which means
threo joyous days of music, lectures
and refined entertainments of the high
est type. The committee has been work
ing bard and is most enthusiastic is
thu outlook for SUverton's new ven
ture, . . . -
A program to be given afternoon
and evenings on the dates selected ha
been chosen from the well known Ellison-White
Chautauqua people, whose
summer chantauquas cover practieally
tha western hnlf of the United States.
In all some ten programs will be gives
throughout tho throe days, and the big
features will be the Chicago Ladies'
Orchestra, the celebrated Mawson Ant
arctic motion pictures, the Comus Play
ers, featuring scenes from Shakespeare
and "Carson of the North Woods,"
tho Ad Club Quartet and Dr. Sutcliffe,
the popular lecturer and well known on
people of Silvertbn mean . anything,
this town will have a really big time
Xoveinher 28, 2ft and 80.
DON'T RUIN YOUR
fey riding your bicycle
Let us equip it with a
That will keep your
clothes clean and dry
while riding your
bicycle in the rain.
Bicycles, Lamps, Sun
dries, Tires and Repair
ing at lower prices.
Scott & Piper
252 State Street.
to a Hunch