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j giTPRDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1922 ews ..i-eni ol Polk and Benton 6i, y C potitioned the public 'rrrmissl-toraqulreXW. w nflrfttor or a dxb "v Paw. Ttinandence and iu Hotel Bligh Arrivals ' :4; hr. aervice .1 tA mniDivu - ' mvXy 4 SileU depot at In to thi ' V'le7Parker originally -con-aepeBf ch a service, it to Pointed dnf tuf diBeontinued this service u ' ordinance interfering with ( Independence. . Remember that turkey shoot at Turner Not. . .nDlication filed with the pub commission by the Ore- Washington railroad company 8 A Oregon Short Line ask. ' Jaion to establish a carload rate Webak to Portland m cents per 100 Pnds. Cooked food flale Junior Bazaar Hub Ft"1 Congregational church ,t H- h. Stiff's store Not. 25. W. H. Tlce,. Valseta; H. M. Black, Albany; Thos. Moon, Pen dleton; F. R. Collins, Portland; L. H. Parker, Portland; A. L. Wllber, Albany; C. Ackley, Port land; O. P. Rupell, city; B. P. Reynolds and wife, S. F; M. M. Straun, Portland; Ira Isham, Leaburg; M. D. Hammonr, Falls City; Chas. Carlson and wife, Se attle; W R. Eccles, Portland; W. M. Price, Portland; A. Balaz, Portland; Thos. M. Majors, Mc- Minnville; Abe F. Bennett, Eu gene; F. M. Lick, city; B. Apple. rate. Portland. Saturday 279 Through an exchange of papers with the University of Idaho re ceived yesterday by Miss Helen Hoover, editor of the Willamette Collegian, it is learned that the Idaho women are intending to skii a part of their physical educa tion this winter. m-f. .nrrineer Cupper has issued . permit to George J. Burdick of Ptlsnd covering the use of "a font of water from Eock re,k, tributary to the Nehalem fnr the development of 400 fam. 'sower. Th project involves .the expenditure of $52,000. Capital Ice & Cold Storage Co. available for apple stor age or other products. 660 Trade street. According to figures gathered this morning by N. 8. Savage, registrat .t Willamette University, during the past 12 years there has been an i....ou of 408 students in the col- t. f Liberal arts. In 1912 there 108 enrolled in the depart meat, in 1915 the number had in tn 184. Durine the next fiv vears the enrollment was 399. or an increase of 215 in five years u affainst 76 for the five year per- loi orevious. During the past two roars the number increased to 516 or an added enrollment uj. i. Mrs. W. F. Thompson, of Salem, has left for Lebanon where she will spend a week visiting relatives and friends. Pre-inventory sale of millin ery. Hats ot velvet , metallic bro cades, silver and gold cloth, the new satin hats. One lot of dress and dinner hats formerly $22. B0 to $25 now $13.50 to $16.50; one lot formerly $16.50 to $19.50 now $10 to $12.50; one lot for merly $9 to $14.50 now $5 to $9.50; one lot formerly $5 to $8.50 now $3.60 to $5.75. The French Shop, 115 High St. 279 Love, the Jeweler, Salem. Wnrtl has been received from Baton Barnes, a graduate of WU lomntto Universitv last June who Is now attending Harvard, thai about the first of the month a par ir of former Willamette Btudent who are eoine to school there com posed of himself, Lester Day, Eaj .'Atterbury and Truman Collins, ac companicd by E. T. Barnes, spent a day visiting a number of the famous sites about there. For loans, see G. AV. taflar, 41 Oregon bldg. Wm. Tice, of Albany, arrived i Salem last night and is spendin the day in the city on business. 10 acres, ten year old walnut and prunes, first class condition close In; will take house to $400 price $5000. Socolofsky, 341 Stat la the ereotlon of It new Mhnol bulidlng, the Aunwville school dis trict brought the equipment up to date by installing a complete re ceiving radio set. While pupils of a number of other school districts in Marion eounty have installed a radio receiving set, Aumsville is the only school district in which the radio is owned and regarded as part of the regular school equipment. Friday evening, at the Leslie M E. church, the parent auxiliary of troop 5, boy scouts of America, will noid its regular monthly session. This is the only organized parents' auiiuHTy in toe city, although a number of other traops are hoping to increase the interest in boy scout work by organizing such an auxil iary. Fair Co-ed Boses For Photo lit Abreviated Trunks; Reproved PRIZE EXHIBIT OF POLK COUNTY IStudents Vote To Endure Peon Trouser Graze RETURNED HOME Members of the Elk lodge will have the pleasue to hear this eve ning, following a regular session of the lodge, a special orchestra and other talent, brought direct from Portland. With the night cold and frosty, BeVSa men applied for and were fur nished with free sleeping quarters at the Salem city jail last evening. Richard Nichols, a youth who had escaped from the state 'training scnooi lor uoys, yesterday was turned over to the local police by officers from Klamath Falls where he was taken into custody. He was returned to the institution today, Seattle, Wash., Nov. 23. Mis. Julia Durrant, sophomore at the Universtiy of Washington, Is out of athletics at the institution tor the rest of this quarter, it is un officially reported, because a newspaper Sunday printed a pho toeraDh in which she was sven wearing running trunks Just like those affected by male track pro tagonists. - Miss Julia Boone, Mies Velda Cundiff and Miss Katherine Bail ey were called before a lacuity committee with Miss Durrant, all having appeared in the same pho tograph and Miss Boone having been dressed just like Miss Dur rant It is said that all except Mies Durrant expressed contrition and that she declared she was in a movement to broaden athletics for girls at the university and that she would fight it out to the end. According to Miss Mary Gross, head of the universtiy department Baron Sonnino Dying Is Report from Roma Rome, Nov. 23. (By Asso ciated Press) Baron Sidney Sonnino, former premier and foreign minister, suffered a stroke ot apoplexy today and is reported dying. Dallas. Or., Nov. jss, reon pants won the day in a hot eon- test befora the Dallas, high school studont body Wednesday forenoon, the vote having been 79 In favor of the fancy trousers to 69 agatnat them Tt was early evident Just wnere the cleaveaKe was to develop. The big boys and girls composing the atn- lntle element dbckou m tion attacking the peon pants ana rne anver or a local grocery truck yesterday was warned that, in the future, his vehicle must not block the sidewalk. Complaint was made to the police by Alderman George, Wenderoth. A marriage license was Issued yes terday afternoon to William Bar row Young, groceryman of Dallas und Euby B. Loucks of 465 north Cottage street, Salem. This morn. g a license was issued to jlomer E. Olmstead, 72, of Salem, a car penter, and Mrs. Ann iu. btewart, 69, also of Salem. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the friends who so kindly assisted us during the sickness and burial of our laughters, our near neighbors the church, Marlon Lawrence :lass, Mrs. Upmeyer's class, Ka foury brothers, their employes ,nrt all others whose help and thv wa aDDreciate. Mr md Mrs. H. C. Maguren and fam- PROPOSED ROAD T 0 CONNECT CITY naiim. Nov. Z3. me ruin county exhibit wnicn was nlaved at the Pacific Internanon al Livestock exposition in Port land, has arrived "back Home, hoinir unloaded, from the truck Saturday afternoon. This exhibition has consider able ot a history. aacond nonors ai ma ntaio " j i tvnr September '" fancy trousers and against the was one ot the highest scoring ,,.. county exhibits. Jackson county "" g debate befora the won the silver cup Dy naving ine . opening ...ninnit wm made br those op county having no sucn " -. tn thB ,nnoVation. and the exhibition nas conBwr- ., them, while so- Vh" VinNw society boys.and nearly all the state fair in , f the county navmg nu - -"- d t0 the innovation, and the There had been but few additions powu latlo11 declaring tn th exhibit since displaying at formal r e so u 1 " against tne weunus ui m ITH HOOD L OOP to the exhibit since displaying Salem. nhief in the exhibit was 10 boxes of prunes packed and dried in the Dallas plant ot the Oregon i Growers association. Tne nnesi box of prunes in the entire state was selected from the display or. Mm lopal nlant and was sent to w. H Hall of Albany, who has ot physical education for women, a .nv.rnmenf road the president ot the United States. a jumper-bloomer suit ot serge isi - I This was a 25 pound box and was the limit for girl athletes-. Miss construction in ine nauoua. (rQm am 10 boxe9 Durrant says that when she and est in the eastern part of the nj(ja wag acknowledged to be the Miss Boone posed in trunks they county, was In the city this morn-1 best display of dried fruit In the were not thinking ot what it was lng conferring with the county 1 3tate. Apples in the exhibit were nrnrjer to wear at the umvBisity, ,rt in regard to securing an I furnished by the Hammel orcn raiment was presented, its passage moved and supported. In present- in tho resolution the argument . . l . 1. .....n.lniT nf the win made mat mo tg. -.imt tonrls to aetract iroui athletic popularity, five PErafmls IN POLK DEUNQUEN nullas Or.. Nov. S3. As cor rected the total tax roll of Polk .ni fnr 1921 amounted to Minor damages came out of an accident in which an automobile driven by E. M. Bradford, of the state training school, and a truck driven by an unidentified man, fig ured yesterday on Church street No one was injured. but of what would get the besteariy gurvey of the road between I ards, James Boydston, C. N. Guy $573,781. 67 and there has been md J. E. Goetz. Um in at the sherm s on The .booth at the exposition totai ot $544,689.67, which leaves was arranged under the direction a totai ot $29,092 remaining due. of Mrs. Bobert Sachtler, secre- Th delinquents represent a total tary ot the Dallas commercial! of B per cent 0t the taxes remain F. A. Meyers, of route 8, suffer. cd minor injuries yesterday when the automobile he was driving met up with one piloted by H. M. Bras. field. The crash occurred at the corner of Commercial and D streets. The Meyers car was considerably damaged. BANK CLAIMS IT ACTED AS AGENT ble and created a great deal favorable comment. of BURGH TRIAL NEARLY READY TO GO TO JURY Permit to erect a $2000 dwelling at 1455 Mill street yesterday was granted to Nile W. Hilborn, of this city, by Mark Pdulsen, deputy city recorder. iiy. 279 The weekly luncheon and meeting if the Hi Y club is to be held this evening at the "Y". There is a slight surplus of labor in Salem, according to Police Judge Earl Eace, who- conducts the mjinic- :ia employment bureau in the city hall. Only a few men are applying for work at the present time, how ever, Judge Eace said. He looks for only a small number of idle men in Salem this winter. The Willamette male quartette and stringed trio are planning on giving a program at Mill City on the evening of Wednesday, Dec. 6. Have you empty sockets in the house? Buy Shelby Mazda lamps Irom one of our Junior-salesman. He will call on you soon. Help him win a prize and earn some money. Hauser Bros. Tel. 410. 280 Mead Elliott, Boys' Work sec retary of the local "Y", announced his morning that there would be a neeting of the boys' work commit tee, composed of representatives rom the various churches of the ity. It is necessary to begin at 7 .Vlnnk. he said, in order that they night be through in time for the mblic speaking class t ostart on ime. The matter of encouraging- Salem boys to attend the older boys inference at Eugene, Dec. x ana i ill be discussed. Selling extraordinary of high lass pattern hats, including tne loted meauuwuiwi . Cnox, etc. M. Buffe Morrison, ine French Shop, 115 Hign st. tin- Lamar Tooze, of Eugene, Univer sity of Oregon graduate in charge Sif the university s campaign for $10,000,000 from ' private subscrip tion, arrived in Jsalom yesterday to attend the dinner of university alumni to be held at the Gray Belle this evening. Thomas M. Major, a McMinnville . businessman, is spending the day in tsalem on business. , Cancer removed. Yesterday by the use ot medicine. Dr. S. C. Stone removed quite a large cen ter from the cheek of Mr. F. G. Landgraf of Salem. Oregon. 279 Dr. Carl G. Doney, president of Willamette University, is to speak next Wednesday evening, Nov. at the Scllwood Miethodist church Portland, in the interests of the Forward Movement campaign. On Monday. Dec. 4. Dr. Donev will speak at the Central and Wood- stock churches. . A- L. Wilbur, a resident of Al "Wy ,i8 snendine the day in the 'ty on business. C01HKG VESTS Nov. 23, 24, 25. Annual horticultural convention, the northwest nut -growers meet- tag; small fruit growers meeting, Corvallis. Nov. 24. Marcel Dupre, organist, in concert at First Christian church. Nov. , 25. Football, Sa- lem high vs. Eugene high, Sweetland field. Nov. 27 Vachel Lindsay, tramp poet. Waller hall. Nov. 27, 28, 29 Marion County Teacher's Institute, 8alem. . Nov. 30.---Thursday, Thanksgiving day. - Dec. 6. Presentation of "Yankl San," play, Waller hall. VUU.C1 m. JL UUUiA A jnarriago license was issued Wednesday to Chester C. Jefferson of Gervais, a farmer, and Alice E. Morgan, also of Gervais. publicity In. an effort to bring Niagara and Detroit. about competition with other In- ruis stretch of 11 miles thru stitutions. Athletics for vnmien tne mountains will be surveyed at the university are Intramural, within a few months and already there has been appropriated $4200 for the work. The Detroit road district has accumulated about $25,000 to be used in road construction between Detroit and Niagara, and accord- inar to an arransrement with the government and the county court, the government will pay all otn- er expense in the construction of Tn the suit of Amos Yoaer tne n miies. n is bbwusu mai . . .. ...... ".!. this short stretch ot road bulld- agalnst tne Biaie can ul Hon onn hr. in which Mr. Yoaer alleges - . ,. .... ..) - , -lnla roau 1Uiy m mrai - ... . 4toi Arthur P that the bank signed his name to Lnd toward8 the Breltenbush hot U ' the third BritM a check -without authority, the springs Is paved from Salem to l""'" '"'""' . ,. Tl . ... .t.tu that it one mile beyond Stayton. From - . Mr vJtn.t point, there la good gravel aceu umj- -- r0ad to Niagara. der's , brother, N. J. Yoder, and In exten(nng the road beyond that the bank did not cash tne Niagara a bridge will be built check.. across the Breltenbush river. The The answer also states that pr0p0ged road leads direct to the N. J. Yoder and Amos xoaer weie Detrolt hot springs. mutually Interested in a land sale 0n of the roads the county and that N. J. Yoder requested court hopes in time to see com the bank to endorse the name oi pi8ted Is this government road Amos Yoder on a check payable to rrom Niagara to Detroit, and then Amos Yoder. just as a matter ol finally extended to Ollalla Butte. convenience In order that the land t0 connect with the government's deal might be properly handled. sky line road, leading south from The bank acknowledges that L. Government camp, at the loot oi A. Beckman, cashier, did endorse Mt. Hood. "When that time comes, the name of Amos Yoder on the Salem will be on the loop irom $1615.90 check and forwarded it Portland to the skyline road ana for collection. That wnen me Mt. hooo check was paid," the amount was credited to N. J. Yoder, brother of the plaintiff. The bank states that the plaintiff tinally received $950 of the amount, the balance having been paid to his brother, J. Yoder. Mub and also of the county fair .. )innatd. Last year on Decern board. The exhibit was arranged j tne delinquency was 4.7 per to make the best snowing Pssi- , Rnriin Chancellor Cuno, tor mally took over the reins ot gov. eminent In Germany. Nbw York The Rev. David Wills, president ot the Presbyter- i ovnnd nf America, aieu pi i" Tih Aneeles. Cal.. Nov. 23. li.ia iln(l when he was Vrgumenta were to be resumed tHatruck by a taxicab. (Continued from Page One.) ordered all to remain wua him and work on fixing up brat tices with stones ana canvas io shut out the dreaded after-damp, gas that he felt sure was to iouow the explosion. According to the rescue worker, one miner objected to remaining with the rest or tne men, and began to fight hia way outward. The rest stayed behind and completed, the brattice of stones and canvas. When the fans started and the air cleared sufficiently to make it safe to tear down the temporary wall ana tne foreman led his men out, the body of the man who refused to stick with the rest was found only few feet away from the brattice, victim of the gas. Others May Die Tales are numerous of single miners who hurriedly built walls across niches and hollows In the workings, stopping the chinks with parts of their own clothing and thus saving their lives from the gases. It probably will be late tonight before a complete ornciai cnec of the dead and injured will be available, according to company officials, who remained at tne mine all night. Many of the more seriously injured may succumb. it was said at the hospital irt Bessemer, where they were taken after they were rescued. mieumatismf lar w., Portland, Salem armory. Dec. 25. Monday. Christ- mas. Jan. 8. Monday, ture convenes. songs by Cain Concert leglsla- The condition 1f Earl W. Perkins 4tot. traffic otneer iur hree who was injured near Aurora T.,An-r fivenins? when he was run over by a truck, was said to be neatly improved, it win De some " . u.. .n Will hfl time, however, uoiuib able to walk as the flesh on his leg' was badly torn. nfr Mavme Cochran, a resident nt Wnodburn. was in Salem-yester- ! afternoon on a short ousineo rip. a -nmivmous letter was received j .... tj u iir Wnnrv morris which 'contained five dollars for the A-.A,Q.tn Charities. xive m. jur were received from a Salem , Money flbT tne icnaiii.s ho fint to Harry Levy or Dr, Henry Morris, or left at any of the banks. Alvin W. Whitlow, head book ,. r t the Portland Gas and Coke company office, Portland, was oatrlii.v afternoon on in qiucjji j business. . Tomorrow evening in the second -..j f the Commercial Basketball ieague series, being fostered by the local Y. M. C. A, the U. Na Bank team win mee fitro Anderson "u Sidney B. Vincent of the Western Tourist bureau of Portland was in the city Wednesday looking up ad. vertising matter of Salem and Mar ion county to be placed with the Portland Chamber of Commerce. He has asked of the Salem Chamber of Commerce 500 of the Salem-Marion county pamphlets. Also for later exhibit in Portland, 1000 of the Sil ver ureeK raus pampniets, aaver Using that vicinity as a point worth while for visitors. On Tuesday evening, Nov. 21 the Kafoury Clerk's Progressive club held their monthly luncheon and get-together in the club rooms locat ed at the store. A. 9. Nichols, Cor vallis, a member of the state board of vocational education, addresse the meeting outlining the work of the board. The club voted to ask Mr. Nichol to see that an instructor be sent to give the clerks work in salesmanship at regular dates. iennedy drew toward its close. It as believed the case would oe ;iven to the Jury late Monday or arly Tuesday. LAD, FEEBLE MINDED, GONE Howard Ricesnyder, an Inmate f th Rtate- school lor reeDie Says His Prescription Has Powerful Influence Over Rheumatism Mr. James H. Allen, of RoehM tar N. Y., Buffered for years with rheumatism SUGAR T OGOUP 1 0 CENT S FRIDAY N. Jesse F. Dussler, a resident of Medf ord, Spent this morning in the I city on business. San Francisco. Cal., Nov. 23. r .. Inoftnoil nn and beet sugar each Bertha Hall and Hulda u. .vancfi 10 cenU . hundred chell, of Corvallis, arrivea in r Bt the opening of buslnes, yesterday venu.g and were H according to announce- ing Here today wi I . today by re(lnerles. The nstltutlon yesterday afternoon Today ' nollce were assisting .Ahnl officials in a search tor him. He is about in years oi b was wearing blue overalls and. and a blue Juniper parted. when he de- tuonu timpa this ter. nlnded, made his escape from the rible disease left him helpless and He finally decided, after years of ceaseless study, that no one can be free from rmunnuau - accumuilaMd imiiurui, ly called Uric acia aoiiisiu. dissolved in the Joints and musoles and expelled from the body. -irrnw ,viu irtAA in mind he con sulted physicians, mado experi ments and finally compounded a prescription that quickly and com pletely banished every sign and symptom ot rheumatism from his He freely gave his discovery, which he callod AUenrhu, to oth ers who took It, with what might be called marvelous succesa. Af ter years of urging he decided to let sufferers everywhere know about his discovery through the newspapers. He has therefore in structed druggists everywhere to dispense AUenrhu with the under standing that if the first pint bot tle does not Bhow tho way to com plete recovery he will gladly return your money without comment. All druggists can supply you. (adv) fy breaking up congestion Most aches ot rheumatism arise from congestion. Apply Sloan's. Pon't rub. It penetrates to the sore spot, starting the blood cir culating. This reduces painful congestion the inflammation vanishes. TrrSlon'i on irndnd. brabed ma dM, en chine backi and Murilaia, Tr? It m that "cold la tb cbort. Sloan linlment-MrVwii in n iinniniiiMinmiiMliii'nnni ' MMMysWV..1Wfa.J Piles Tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock new price for cane per 100 pouncf n, , 1 ,n i. . a n en nrtA hoar S7 :-til Miss Alice Bell, of Dayton, uruo, win oe " daughter of Bishop Bell, formerly - aV(m of the Oregon Conterence or tne ,a.i. United Brethren church, will hold Santiago, Nov. 23. (y Asso- round table discussion at the hn ciated Press.) Reports irom vai- glewood United Brethren churcn. paraiso state tnat a siigui eaitu At 2:30 o clock in tne ariernuun 3tiocK occurrea uv and 7:30 o'clock m the evening Mt night she will give addresses. 653 11:23 o'clock Died A freak potatoe was brought to GILDOW- At the resldenro, Yesterday morning Manager Og- den, of the Liberty theatre, made a showing of the picture, "Timo. thy's Quest," at the Girls Indus trial school. The girls enjoyed the treat immensely. Mrs. Patterson, matron at the school, highly endors ed the picture for children as well as adults. the Capital .Journal office this morn- bv C. Yeager, 127SJ JNebrasna street, which weighed three pounds. The specimen had three fair sizea potatoes all joined together.' v B. H. Pixley, insurance man of I Eugene, was in Salem today on busi-l ness. Tomorrow he will go jo rorc- land. Mr. Pixley formerly was a resident of Salem. SALEM RESIDENT FOR THIRTY TEARS DEAD tional it Urns MUKr rwrnl Phar- Brown team piays - - macv players ana me - bakers meet the Bonesteele Motor company quintette. m a Cherts and Paul Wal- .... J.J t Portland today to at- wiu n.-, will Dlay aide churcn. mr. - Zt the . Tutf pvpninir at tne in Baiem a First Christian church. a a, Haves Grover U. Hayes The Cecilian Music club, a high school organization, met last eve ning at the home of Jeraldine Se lig, 395 north 14th street, for a social evening. haT brought suit in the , Marion Miinty cireuit court Clar- A. and Cynthia Adams, to en- irom iuici.v. (mm a soring u - Woodburn Fruit nee ioin the defendants ing wit a water part of lot 16, Tracts . Woodmen of the World will hold arf open social session. f -ling in the lodge rooms the Bk. temple- E. K. MeCormack, a resident of Hillsboro who had his ankle broken some time ago while working at the Standard Fir Hie company mill, . . t i . i i near Lyons, or wnicn ae a pari. owner, is in town several days re. ceiving treatment. Judee Lawrence T. Harris has ac cepted the invitation of the Corvallis lodge of Elks to deliver tne annual Memorial address for the lodge Bun day afternoon, Dec. 3. The Corval lis Elks until a few years ago were members of the Albany lodge. Then th Corvallis lodge was organized and now it has tn tne process or erection an Elks' temple which will h- .nmnleted within a few montns. The annual Yale-Harvard-Prinee- tnn nlnnmi dinner, to be held in Portland at the University elub Cotnrdsv nieht will be at Mrs. Lizzie Potee Ryan, 78, wife of R. R. Ryan, who for more than 30 years has been a resident of Salem, died yesterday afternoon at the family home, Z4U JNortn Winter street. Mrs. Ryan suffer ed a paralytic strolte arjout iour years ago and has since been an invalid. Rh was born near London, Ohio, July 2, 1842, and was mar ried to R. R. Ryan, warcn ii. 1868. In 1891 Mr. and Mrs. Ryan moved to Salem where they have since resided. Mrs. Ryan was an active member of the Methodist church until the time of her Ill ness. Besides her husband there sur vive two son. Jonn in. itjau ui Portland and William Ryan, wno lives here; two brothers, Newton Dnu nf Central City. Neb., and John M. Potee of Springfield rihid Numerous other distant relatives reside In Ohio. vnrnl (tervices will be held frnm the Terwllliger funeral par in Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Interment -will be in the i o n P. cemetery with the members of the Ladies of the Shipping, Nov. -ii, Jonn uuU, age 87 years, father of William r. nf Albany. Melvln of Aums ville, Mary A. Kohler of Wash., vnnnv Jane Stevens oi eaiem 1 services will be held from the Miller chapel, 4 miles east ot Sllverton Satur day Nov. 25th at 2 p. m., inter mfint in Miller cemetery. Ar rangements in charge of Webb & Clough, morticians. rrAVF.S At the Old People's himo this citv. Nov.. 23, Mrs. Ain TtovoB. mother of C. E Vr ,.t Sherman. Hal. Also sur vlved by two daughters resid to. K-onaa. Announcement of funeral will be made later from tne ttiguu" VAN CLEVE At the residence, Maricet Bireei, 23. Vernon C. Van Cleve 3 u r.t Vfr and Mm i moniiis UIU ' . are usually due to straining when constipated. , Nujol being a lubricant keeps the food waste soft and therefore prevents straining. Doctors prescribe Nujol because It not only soothes the suffering or piles but relieves the irrita tion, brings comfort and helps to remove them. Nujol is a lubricant not a medicine or Nol laxative so cannot gripe. Try it today. PL! 0 Hickman Bessey Co. In rhe Girl He Hj Couldn't ouy it U i I i l I h I Uumoresque n y r H " A LAXATIVE ( i 4 A LUBBICANT ( does AKtasM Hkom I n ttnt aTHFATRKSJ ,-. --. iifBiiiiimiiiiiiiiiit,!.. r-rnir-nrr-J TllEATEit Wallace Reid t 'The Ghost Breaker1 Tomorrow v Rex Beach's "Fair Lady" Based on "The Net" Two Big Features Tom Mix in "Just Tony" and Ruth Roland in "The Timber Queen" Also a Weekly Beeman's Pepsin Gum Free to Every Patron T n Von ('.leva. ADDOUUCCHicii of funeral will be made later rrom me ivi6" "" Tfiai Mr Smith U a graduate A. R., of which Mrs. Ryan was of Balem. Mr. bmiw charter member. in charge, of Yale. 1 ; FTJNEEAXaSECT0a3 I 1 Rigdon & Son's I I K0UTUAB.Y I 1. Unequaled Service i Buy a Used And you can trading at home, rn Salem drive IT TO Portland and back, and still save money by 1921 Touring, Wonderful shape . 1920 Touring, S300Lri. .$250 1920 Coupe, a bear $450 And many many others KaHia old on a ir. are not junk but gooa r.puu v'in d not gone satisfaction guarartee basis oy a nous. - - - These cars are tomorrow. TERWILLIGER Eesidence Parlort 770 Chemeketa St. Phone 724 Lady Embalmer Phone 1995 Valley fflotor Co.