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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, Wio
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In a variety of colors, patterns, materials, etc, from
which you will be able to select one that will please
50UPlain colored Petticoats made of good quality
sateen and Heatherbloom $1.25, $1.28, $2.49 and $2.93
Fancy Petticoats in nice novelty designs, that are
splendid values at $1.25, $149, $1.93 and $2.49
You will also find we have some nice
Made of Serpentine Crepe in plain and fancy pat
terns that will interest you at $1.98, $2.98, and $3.98
I SENATE BILLS.
8L B. Ko. 6 By Norblad Amending
8. B. No. 7 By Norblad Prohibit
ing district attorney from using pub
Ke alationery for private correspond
ence. 8. B No. 8 By Norblad Authoriz
ing municipalities to levy taxes by pop
alar vote for boring well fur oil, gas
and coal. ,
H. Ii..No. 9. By Norblad Permitting
justice court defendant to plead counter-claim.
8. B. No. 10. By Norblad Taking
ironi district attorney! one-third of
ssonevs collected as fines for game law
'violations and putting an me in the,
8. U. No. 11. By Eberhard Uniform
.. SB. No. 12 By Bank Prodding
, onKtitutional amendment providing for
a B. No. 13. By Huston Relating
lid soldiers' taxation exemption.
8. B. No. 14 By Huston Provid
ing for women attendants at all pub
8. B. No. 15. By Huston Creating
flale market commission.
Columbia county's record in the re-
ttnt Bod Cross drive was 127 per cent.
The training school at the if on mouth
Hormal is closed on account of infill-
ITop wire and all kinds
of hides. Before you
Ml See Us. Phone 39S.
CAPITAL JUNX CO.
'I 7 Incorporated fj
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Jon rnal Classified
HIJTCHA80N At tho home of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hutchason
at 1045 N. Chureh 8t., late Tuesday
afternoon Reese B. Hutchason, aged
18. Ueath was the reHUlt of nephri
tis, from which he had been a suffer
er for nbout a year.
Mr, Hutchason had been a resident of
Salem for about two yeas, coming here
from Koseburg. Tho surviving rein
tiveM are his parents, & brother, J. F.
Ilutclinsoii, aud a sister, Miss Dorothy.
Tho funeral services will be held at
tho Rigdon parlors Thursday morning
at 10 o'clock, and the body will be
taken to The Dalles for interment.
POOLE At his home in Salom, Tues
day, January-14, at 5:30 p. m., Ar
thur B. Poole, aged 3J years. Death
wn.9 the result of influenza,
Mr. Poolo had been a resident of Sa
lem for about eight years, coming here
from Ohio. For soveral yea'3 previous
to hi death he was a partner with A.
T. Woolncrt in tho Central Pharmacy.
in whivh position ho mado a wide cir
cle of acquaintances. He leaves B wife,
one on, his. mother, Mrs, Ella Poole,
and brother, and sister residing in
this city beside a brother in Ohio.
Funeral will be announced later.
A writ ftf at tAi'hniAflt Wfll ttHmrtfl
I against Frank Dnrbin at tho instance
of Viek Bros, being applied upon lot
3 in block 1, Watts Addition.
An answer was filed by defendant
in tho ease of Axis Hafeity vs. Downer
A writ of attachment was filed
against real property of C. W. Downer
at (he instance of J. K Sears, to sat
isfy a demand for the sum of (323.53,
A writ of attachment was issued
against H. D. Evans at the instance, of
Puftlaad Mercantile Company, cover
ing the lKinald Klcctric Khop, to satisfy
claim of 120.
An order was issued appointing Ann
Potter administratrix in the estate of
Harry K. Fox, deceased.
The final account of Administrator
John Ilyerly was filed for the estate
of torilitinnd Mantie, deceased, show
ing receipts amounting to 4i)5.,H and
disbursements amounting to tUSQ1.62.
For murdoring Lem Sing, a wealthy
Chinese mine owner, Loren Frevcr of
Weaverviile, Tal., not yet 31, has "been
sentenoed to a lifo teim at 8nn Ouen
tin. A charter has been granted at Now
York for a new orgnninttion known h
tne united American Veterans, which
will combine in one body veterans of
results. : :
t Court House $
( f fy-r5
j All Ar
Salem bred is freshest and beet, tf
Ever dsoa the beginning of the world
there has been bnt one "nest" way to
bury the dead, that way is in tombs.
Mount Crest Abbey provides that
"best" way, the cost is so more. See
Caretaker at Mausoleum, or your un
Chief of Police Vamey received a
wire from police headquarters in Seat
tlo last night, instructing him to turn
over the three runaway boys to the
father of one of them Mr. Bagley
who we on his way here. This morning
the trio of wanderers were taken from
the eity jail, where they had been whil
ing away the tune between nuanty ana
sleep, and started back to Seattle. -
"The beat" la all you can do when
death comes. Call Webb ft Clough Co.
Phone 120. tf
We buy liberty bonds. 314 Masonic
Mag- . . . tf
Haying lately returned to Salem I
sm ready to receive piano pupils at my
home, 1472 Mill, or will go to homes
of pupils. Special attention given to
technic and expression. Mrs. Lena Wa
ters. Phone 1184M. tf
Letters were received this morning
from 8crgeant J. Robertson Brooks lo
cated with Co. B of the 209th engir
neers at Ccnip Sheridan, Alabama, in
which he intimates that there is a vile
condition of weather in that section of
the "sunny south" and that he is an
xious to ect back to "God's country.'
Like many others, he is immensely dis
appointed that he did not have a ehence
to go across "and take a poke at the
We bay liberty bonds. 314 Masonic
Relax and rest in the dental chair.
Dr. Hartley fills and extracts teeth
without pain and corrects , diseased
gums. Moore bldg. Phone 114. tf
E, Cooke Patton has Just received
from Mnuineo, Ohio, announcement of
the marriage of Luther Myers &ud Jen
nie Dean, which occurred some weeks
ago. Both bride and groom aro about
74 years of age. This will be of intci
est to many people in this city, as Mr.
Myers has been long a resident of 8a
lein, being at one time in the morccn
tile business. At one period during the
put year or two he was employed at
t jfe asylum. Numerous friends here will
extend congratulations and best wishes.
For Sale Six acres fine land for
Loganberries or fruits, 15 minutes walk
from end of street car line. F. 21. Der
by owner, '114 Masonic bldg. tf
A party composed of Mr. and Mrs.
O. B. tingrieh, John Todd, Paul 8taley,
Aid Eoff, C. K. Russell J. F. Day, Geo.
Sautcr, R. C. Bishop snd Dolph Cruig,
motored in from Portland last night,
bringing in a half a dozen Maxwell cars
nnd Mitchell ears for tho Gingrich mo
tor establishment. They found the
roads in excellent condition in spite of
the rnin. Mr. Gingrich expects to have
his Court street headquarters ready for
occupancy within a fow days. The gas
tanks and vulcanizer are now in place.
Highways Rapid Transit Auto service
to Portland and way points daily, leav
ing Salem at 7 a. m. Phone orders eve
ning before, 137 8. Com'l. Phone 663.
Salem and Marion county have al-
If poor sight is slow
ing up your progress,
come to us at once for
glasses that will re-establish
your oldtime ef
ficiency. Our standard for skill
in every branch of op
tical service is testified
to by our many satisfied
Most business men
who require glasses for
reading and distance
find that they can get
maximum service from
No lines nor humps like
the old-style kind
DR. A. McOJLLOCH
2(M-5 Salem Bank of
IV. GLASSES 1
wcys felt a just pride in their contri
butions of both soldier boys and wealth
ta the world war, and even in the sad
ness of recalling her iosset Salem feels
pride in the list of those who have
made of their lives a sacrifice to hu
manity. So far as has been sbtainable
the following is a list of the boys who
hsve either died in action or from dis
ease contracted in the army camps: W.
E. Ahlgren, Smith Ballard, Ernest ck
erlen, Aubrey Jones, Chester Simmon,
Curtis Willson. Chester Wilcox, Leslie
Tooze, Paul Rich Bay Mtrk, Alfred De-
ranlean. Ben. MeCleliand. Wayne jaca
son. Edward Gittens. Wm. Catton, Ivan
Bellinger, all of the army service. Chas.
Auer and Emery Bartlett of the mar
ines, and Kenneth Crossan, Josepn aiar
tin and Clarence Minker of the Navy.
Ora E. Cavitt, serving as a nurse,
Watkins Remedies Liniment, Men
thol, camphor, Mustard Ointment, Spic
es, Extracts and Toilet Articles. Qual
ity guaranteed. For sale by M. W.
Rowley, 331 N. Liberty St., Salem. 2-13
We have moved our offices to rooms
201-203 Gray Mock, over Hartinaa
Bros, jewelry store, 125 N Liberty st.
G. E. UNRUH,
B. W. MACV. tf
Hal D. Patton, who has been named
as deputy potentate for the Mystic
Shriners in Manon county, calls the at
tention of all nobles to the coming
semi-annual ceremonial session, to be
held in Portland Saturday evening, Jan
utry 18. This will be as usual a mem
orable event and one that the real
Shriner will bo willing to brave an as
sault of influenza germs to attend. All
nobles who can arrange to attond Ere
requested to report to Mr. aPtton not
later than Friday. . In accordance with
the eity regulations, the delegations
will be obliged to wear masks, but this
will be only s minor handicap to an
organization as generally good lookers
as the Shriners. Nobles are rominded
to bring their phez and incidentally
their pocket-books and a reserve fund
of good humor. ,
1 o -
Mr. and Mrs. O. . Terwilliger grad
uate morticians and funeral directors,
770 Chemeketa St. Phone 724.
The Home Service section of the A.
R. C. has demand for a medium sized
woman's cloak in good condition. Will
ome one contribute such a garment
Cretonne petticoats 1.40 and up.
Buren's Furniture Store.
At the meeting of the board of edu
cation last evening, two teachers were
elected. Miss Margaret Dickey of Mon
mouth was elected for ,the fourth grade,
succeeding to the room formerly taught
by Miisa Catherine Fowlo. Jlise Eleanor
Warner will succeed Mrs. Gladys Lucy
Jewett in the second grade. Miss War
ner also is from oionmoutn. Tne ques
tion or wnen scttooia will toegm ses
sions was not discussed as this is in
the hands of the city heailth official
But with the present conditions there
is the assurance there will be no
school next week.
Buy a Brunswick phonograph. Yon
will find it superior in toiuj and the
most convenient talking machine on
the market. Sold by C. S. Hamilton.
A well dressed man shows a man of
eulturo and influence. Have vour
clothes cleaned and pressed at the ria
lem Cleaning Works. Phone 703.
A team belonging to Marts Savage
became frightened at something mir
ing the absence of the driver this morn
ing and went for a wild run north on
Commercial street. As thev had clear
sailing there was no harm done in the
two mile dash, though one of the hors
es fell and skidded several times in
course of tho trip.
We have several good used phono
graphs taken in exchange for Bruns-
hs wnicn we win sen at very iow
prices. Hamilton's iPurniture Store.
Call and see the bargains in closed
out patterns of dishes at Hamilton's.
Street Commisaoier Low has been
itoing some much needed work this
week m having new street signs made
, tor some of the suburbs. In the east
pa,rt of town there are quarter sections
jnere mere is not a sign 'of a sign,
j and there is a story about a deputy
(going out on the sontheast flats to put
I up quarantine, cards and wandering
i around on the bias streets until he fin
jally met himself coming across from
in apposite side of Mill creek.
The Brunswick phonograph is fast
forging ahead of older makes of nho-
jrwgraphs tvause of its wonderful nat
ural tones.-ou should let us send one
to your home for n iiemon,trntion. (
:S. Hamilton, Salem agent
The county superintendent's office
announces that the teacher institute
which wm to have been held at Silrer-
iUm on Saturday, January 18th. has
j been cancelled on account of the influ-
lenrnea rrom tne same
SOUree that the school, at TnrnBr
ihave keen closed for several weeks,
jusi rc-openeu lor business.
Wm. Bell of this city, and W. X
Bishop of Portland, have just estab-
wtied an auto truck transfer service'
inai will ultimately prove a great ben
efit and accommodaftion to both tnor
fhants and farmers of this section,
they will run a line of three heavy
track from Portland to SnJem, Inde
pendence, Dallas and Monmcuth, mak
ing a trip each way daily. As the great
er amount of the traffie is from Port
land south, they will make a tiusinese
i ouTing vegctafcles, -dressed meats,
Poultry, etc in thw won in order
to .void a Mlpty haul northward. ,
They propose to btlng merchandise
) For indigestion
from Portland to Salem and deliver it
at the merchant 's door for practically
the same as is 'now paid for freight
alone. The advantage of -this rapid
transit will be readily realized by both
farmers and. business men.
Fish bag now become a patrician
line of food in the local market, sal
mon and halibut retailing as high as
30 and 35 cents, while the smaller fry
are bringing from 16 to 20 cents a
pound. Who can afford to eultnate
hrain phosphorescence at th'.'sa figure
A fire which broke ont in one of the
rooms of the Josse rooming house, at
the corner cf Cottage and Marion at
10:3! this morning completely destroy
ed the interior of the wing portion
of the two story building. It is re
ported that one of the m'le m.. I
had been "cooking something in a fry
ing pan over a gas plate, and it is sup
posed that in his absence from the
room the fat caught fire and started
the Maze. It appears that tho whole in
terior of the room was aflame before it
was discovered and the alarm turned
Notes From Hie House
For tho first time in the inaugura
tion of a governor, singing was part of
the program. By special request of
Governor Withyeombe The Star Span
gled Banner was sung by Mrs. Hnlli
Parish Durdall. She was most entkus
iastically enchored and obliged to re
spond to an enchore.
The house is in favor of woman suf
frage and the motion that a memoria-
be presented to congress lavormg uni
versal suffrago was passed without a
Senator Ira Smith of Coos county
who 24 years sg0 escorted bovcrnor
Peuoyer from his office to tho house of
representatives for inauguration had
the honor of lending the committee that
escorted Governor "Withyeombe from
his office to tho house for the inaugural
Members of the House were today giv
en the privilege of getting two shots
in the arm for the flu. It wn3 announc
ed just before the morning adjournment
thnt Dr. Seeley of the stcte health
board had come from Portland for the
express purpose of shooting members ol
the legislature. His room is Ko. 23.
The house is working so fast that in
tho tw0 and one-half days sessions 28
bills have been introduced for the first
reading and 18 of them have come up
for second reading and assignments to
committees. With things sliding along
so fast, there is a fino chance for ad
journment until next Monday to give(
tho committees t'me to prepare their re
While Representative Richardson of
Portland was making an argument in
f&vor of a committee of three from the
house and three fron! the senate to con
sider the consolidation of state commis
sions, ho stated that he knew who the
members of the house would be. As the
resolution hud not pnBsed and as no
members had been appointed, this state
ment wes too much for Speaker Sey
mour Jones. He asked Richardson how
it happened that he knew who was to
be on the house committee, as even the
Speaker did not know. Mr. Richardson
then corrected himself and said he
meant the senate committee and not
the house. There is just a suspicion
that Mr. Richardson would like to be
chairman of tho house committee to
tackle this all important proposition of
The house is so intent with the busi
ness on hand that even tho announce
ment that the senate haH
bill putting Oregon on record as favor
ing national prohibition caused not ev
en a ripple of excitement. Representa
tive Sheldon of Mcdford made the an
nouncement but the house was so busy
that the announcement produced no
more effect than if it had been a state
ment regarding the weather.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Get
at the Cause and Remove It
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the substi.
tute. for calomel, act gently on the bowels
end positively do the wort M
People aflicted with bad breath find
. Dr. Edwards 01iv8 Tablets act gently I
but firmly on the bowels STbSS?
Rimuiaung them to natural artion!
dnng the blood d gem
tie entire system. Thev in i
ffs calomel doei without any
of the bad after effects. y
mVl-tj!S?Ct8 cf nasy. sickening,
gnpmg cathartics are derived from n?
Edwards' Olive Tablets Su&i
pa or any disagreeable effects.
. F. M. Edwards discovered tJ
formula after sewnteea years of JS?
arnong patients afficted fh"
bowel and liver cornpWrith
attendant bad breath
fr. Edwards' Olive Tablet
?wek andnotWjT 'eht
rto j,?!'. c and 25c
New Fashion Plates
and Designer f or
February now here
Our Prices Always The Lowest
in. While the fire trucks were prompt
ly on the spot, there was some delay
on account of the bursting of one line
of hose so that the fire had made con
siderable progress before the full force
of the water was available. The house,
which is in charge of Mrs. N. N. Chris
tie, was occupied by eight families,
some of whom saved only the clothes
they had on. The furniture in the main
portion of the Ibnilding was carried
out hefore a great deal of damago ould
be done by water and smoke. No rej
port was obtainable at tho hour oi
(rninn tn m-ess a to the amount of dam
age or whether it was eoverod by linsur
.Tack and Hattie P. Frost were
brought before Justice Unruh late yes
terday afternoon, cnargea wun selling
cigarettea to minors. They pleaded not
gniHy and will appear for trial Friday
afternoon at 2:30.
I FAST AUTO TRUCKS
Daily Between Portland And Salem, Independence,
Monmouth and Dallas."
Orders Taken Both Ways
Office 171 Sooth High Street
Wm. Bell Agent.
We Buy and Sell
H. 1L HAWKINS and THOS. A. ROBERTS
314 Masonic Temple
David R. Francis, American ambas
sador to Russia, who recently under
went an operation in London, is improving.
Yick So Tosg
t Chinese Medicine and Tm tv
f Has medicine whieh will tv
t any known disease.
up-n Sundays from 10 , ,
an til 8 p. m.
153 South mah Rt
t Eaton, Oregon. Pfcou gj
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