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THE DALLES DAILY CHROMICLE, SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1921.
Mis. fcolc, Fire Sufferer Among
tin- Milleieid in the big fire which de
nt royed i in- anaitments in Port
lnnt! Wednesday" an moon was .Mrs.
R B. Cole, a toriiipr reahUnt ot this
cltyi .Mrs Cole la t In- daimln of -Mi
C. P. ttollernr K ?n"t The fiuuil"
lofti nil of 4!s''houVeliold possessions.
'Mrs. Coleman Buck Mrc. (5 U
OolriB.nfJ ruttinird hist niht Mom
jledfnrd. where sho h-ul iH-n visiting
With hp;- ijhjter. Mrs. T. S. lOuton. Mr.
inu vur.--. 1?. sismi oi wihco, .ui-n.
'Colrtinaif'K parents. wf.'C nl!o lit Med-
rofuWfcSIt lift with' Mrs.' ICatori, and re-
flirtyd to .The Dulles Willi Mrst, Cole-
irmiU TJifj', bxnpci iti visit here Tor
Mw 11 Stiiedule rllufiuoKS men'
wishingNo Kt mall pfF fn tlir 1'jorulnx
vifi till-, Shaniko branch railroad, ate
ndvlaod' ttr Hove tlu-tr mull in Dip
iioatotTiee .by, IjO o'elooU in iho morn
in. It was announced today b 'the
lioMutricc. Tin- morning train now
leaves at Ki!W. This timo liniit also
rrpnllos to mail 3'tw'i lor Condon
Population Increases The popula
tion of 'iMi DallOs. liar, been Incruaso'l
by I'onrlporniintf during Die last sov
einl Hnr. Pour babies were born at
TIip Italics hosiii-il. "I'lit biirhs were
to: All', 'rind Mrs. .1. A. Davidson of
K'lgiu Mile, a son; Mr. and Mrs. A. O.
I .out; of Blalock, a son; Mr. and Mrs.
I''. l;. Haunter of Arlington, a daugh
ter; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gabel of
Maiipln a son.
Preparing' Highway Map A map oi
The 'Dallas-California highway, show
ing Die entire route through Wasco
county to bo taken by the road, is
being worked out by The Dalles-Was-co
County Chamber of Commerce. The
map will show all auto camping
grounds, hotels and garages along
the road. It is planned to rend several
thousand of theac maps to all towns
through which the new highway will
pass, the back of the map to have a
comploto description of each town to
which maps are sent.
To Offer $50,000 in Bonds Bids
for sale of $50,000 in municipal bonds,
out of tho J5125.O00 voted for use in
the construction of the new audito
rium, will be advertised fpr in the
near future, MI:.s Cella Gavin, city u
(oinny,( announced this morning. The
$50,000 realized from tho sale of thee
Uondh will be used tt star' actual
const riKMien upon tno new community
building,. iilansIfii- which have beon
accepted. The ijotidr; will bear 5 per
cent interest an'd will be iax exempt.
MM,.,-- .,,111 1.., .-,,1,1 ..1 ,, ., I
in.: ,1 111 u- ciini .11 juii, mini
lorbidiiing t lie sab1 of iu.uiciia!s 1 01
less I him par.
Will Enforce Pile Law Ini'mediato
,ly ,nl"ir the sounding of the fire alarm,
ll drivers rnhiunincbiloi must dinw
their machines up to tho curb and
remain there until Die fire apparatn.'
hns passed, according lo Fire Chior
.Harry. T-ennied. who is oln to see
that a'n'pw pit ' ordinance lo this ii
feet H enroi f-cd. The new ordinance
also pvnTltles .that it shall bo unlay.--ful
for uijy p'-.'.on lo follow the firo
uppnrajjia .in un automobile or other
vehicle' atja closer dirfiaiuo than 200
1et, or 1'or 'any car or vehicle to be
fttaiiondd or' driven within (he radius
juf one block of a- tire.
: Columbia- Drops 1.1 Feet The Co
lumbia-irivor during the last 24 hours
Jins established another record for it
self. Ii Is a record decline, however,
Uie wiilfi- going down 1.1 feel, vhlch
Is the biggest individual drop slnco
the crest of tho flood was reached
'With the danger of a serious Hood
now virtually over, residents of the
eity ire .now anxiously waiting for
.lhf'rtpr "to sW-down rufficiently to
permit limning. Tho Dalles Dip,
now entirely reconstructed, presents
an inviting appearanco to persons
with accpiatlo dispositions as it floats
in an eddy near what was once the
old Regulator dock. Tho water Is still
too cold for swimming and In addi
tion is filled wtlh sediment.
Road Signs Annoy Signs placed
on the Columbia River highway near
Tho Dallo3 and Mosier. stating that
tho highway is. closed to travel because
of construction "work, aro causing
many touiista who aro unfamiliar
with this part of tho country to make
tho long detour over Seven Mile hill,
a number of local business men com
plain. The highway botween TI113
"Dalle3 and Mosier la now open, for
travel and "those signs should either
no changod or removed, In order 10
'save tho touiisls from making the un
nocenaaryripjover the hill, they con
tend. According to .1, 1l. Scptt, divi
sion engineer In charge of all road
work .jln tlda;i,divlsion, , tho signs In
question wero put up whon construc
tion work was actually In progress,
and have been allowed to stand be
cause paving operations will soon ba
under way upon this stretch of road
whn I' will again bo closed during
To View Forert Road T. II. Sher
r.ird, supervisor of tho Orogon Na
tional forests, will bo In The Dalles
Tu'U for 'Ii' purpose of going over
iho proposed route for a now road,
connecting The jDallos with the Mt.
Ib.'.i hjfcdp rgjtd. Shorraid was origin'
all .rliftjjuled 10 bo hero last Wednes
day, but owing to an unexpoctou de
' ... In Portland, was unable to come,
be told Chamber Secretory Van
K l"lrk. T. A Sammls and Sherrarl
win i;.iui.ut ovtr me eaure
dlslanco of the proposed road, which,
If decided upon, will give The Dalles
another connecting nrtery with the
tourist travel which wilt undoubtedly
make use of the Mt. Hood loop road
when it Is completed. The proposed
route Is up Mill creek, along the pres
ent road across Mt. Hood Flat and
connecting with a new road, to be
built by the government fore3t service,
at rtiooks' Meadows. The new road
would be entirely within tho lorest ie-servo.
!f It Rains- Dance at Elks
tonight, 'inatoad of ir rhrn.wt'l
grow jinxilion. ' .
DafV Vacation mdiuni open nl npp-ih-l
rhnrch Monday morning. IX
Ladles' Midsummer Halo
at letn than cost. Children's hire
shape', $1.R0. Hiiiek's Millinery, 115
Fnist Second strPOt. . ' -'1
P.M'oro buying ladders or baskets I
h" ii'. Stadelninn-Honn. l
M 1. Shearer of Matipin was In the
city yesterday on business.
Mrs. Gcoiye- Slgman of Dufur was
shopping In the city yesterday.
C. D. Fritz has returned from a busi
ness trip to Bend.
Mrs. J. .1. "Wiley of Grass Valley is
spending a few days in this city.
C. P. Green of Bend Is a business
visitor in The Dalles today.
C. A. Rhea of Ileppner, Is register
ed at Hotel Dalles.
George R-. Knox of Fossil is a guest
at Hotel Dalles.
A, J.' Connally of Maupin Is a busi
ness visitor in this city.
J. L. Brayles of Walla Walla Is
In tills city today visiting with friends
J. 'h. Davis and L. E. Clark, both of
Kent are staying at Hotel Dalles.
A. V. Swift of Baker is visiting in
The Dalle3 for several days.
D. Conroy of Shaniko i3 in this ciiy
today attending to business matters.
iL. R. Elliott of Friend 13 registered
at tho Bank hotel.
13. II. Snodgrass of Maupin is a
guest at the Bank hotel.
.Mrs. George W. Gray of "LnGrande
i.-, isiting In Tho Dalles with Mrs.
-Mr. and Mrs. W. h. McCtitchoon of
I otid Rheraro isltiiig with ti lends In
IhU eit today.
A marrirgo licence vn ir.sued this
moining to F.rjtz Kruse, 30, ajjd auni
M Remington. :i(i, both of The Dalle's!
Misses Anna and Klla Davctider of
Wifctoii am visiting with ivlaiiyiv 'n
The Da 11 op.
Air and Airs. A. Al. AlcXab of Was
co Is a business visitor in this city
V. D. Cidkison of Walla Walla is
in tills city today renewing business
.Mrs. .1. T. Johnston and Mrs. Hugh
Whito of Wasco were shopping in Die
Air. and AIr3. C. T. Wing or Tygh
Valley' were business visitors in the
George Hoffman of Fallbridgo was
a bublness visitor in tho city yester
day. lAIr. and Mrs, Charles Fraloy have
returned from Pendleton, where the
attended tho G. A. It. convention.
Henry Thodc, steward at. Iho 'Ulks'
club has gone to Trout Lake for Dip
summer months. Ho operates an
amusement pavilion at tho lake.
Airs. C. J. Bright and daughter Ber
nice returned yesterday from Corval
lis, whero Aliss Bright has been at
tending O. A. C.
Airs. Lulu D. Crandall relumed last
night from Portland, where she had
been attending the annual reunion of
tho Oregon Pioneers' association.
Miss Aladellno Brooks and Alfred
Beard, both of Shawneo, Oklahoma.,
aro visiting with Air. and Airs. T. A.
Sammls at Die Sammls ranch In the
Alt. Hood flat district.
Air, and Airs. C. L. Hudson, C. AI.
McKay and Airs. A. Whlsnant, all
of Bend, motored to The Dalles yester
day. They loft for Portland this morn
ing over tho Columbia River highway.
Warren Brown of Prinovillo spent a
few days In Tho Dalles with his
brother, John B. Brown, roturning to
his homo today. Crops in Crook coun
ty. aro in fine condition, according to
Air. Brown, and prospects' for a bump
er harvest -are good.
Boys and girls welcome Daily Vaca
tion school, Baptist church. lis
In Case of Haln
tonight tho Chenowith Grovo danco
will bo transform! to Klfc temple.
Our prices are right. Stadelman
- Agency Union Laundry
at the Umatilla House. Good work and
safe delivery guaranteed. Call main
Real Estate News
"People are simply wailing lor the
readjustment lo como about In (ho
ical estate market, as it hns in other
lines, before purchasing." This was
the explanation given today by A. II.
Black of Black & Crum, real estate
dealers, for the stagnation In the lo
cal real estate market which has been
noted during Die last month.
"Pricoi have been coming down on
almost p'pryiblng that i.- purchasable,
lur owners of fiij propp;i.v lire .lil!
Iioldi-iy (nt for high price-- for thei.
l'tal Hslu.e," lll'.U'k explained. "Coun
lr n.nl estate in down tome, aim
there i consider ihle itiovoiiieiii "i
ranches and I.11111 bind, as a ipjuIi."
Dhifly explained Dial rentals ars
:tlil high, with a big demand lor all
Onlv minor deal, rnvolving the
purchr.se of city lo:s, were reported
by city denleis this week A mini hi
of county transactions, the majority el
which wee connunuiiaied without the
aid of real estate dealers, were plac
ed on record at Die court house.
The Dalles Really company report!?
tho sale of lots 5 and (, block 4ii
in l?lgelow'3 bluff addition lo Airs.
Alary Glavoy of Dufur from .Miss Katie
Cooper; also sale of lot 11, block 45,
Bigelow's bluff addition, to Airs. AI.
Talc by Aliss Katie Cooper.
A building permit was Issued last
week to 1). W, Adams to build a house
on lot 11, block I'.fi, Fort Dalles Alili-
tary addition lo Dalles City.
The following transfers, were re
corded last week:
J. C. Hosteller, et ux, to R. R. Ger
vals all of lots 4, 5 and G in W. H.
Taylor's addition to Dalles City. Con
sideiation approximately $1,000.
(Chronicle's Salem Bureau)
CALEAI, Or., June IS. In a state
ment just Issued the state I11dustri.il
uccident commission declares tnut
casualty Insurance companies opei.it
ing in Oregon are now making (lie
greatest organized drive to break
down the workmen's compensa.iou
law in this state that has been made
since the law became operative The
light is expected to culminate at Iho
1923 session of Die legislature. Tn.j
insurance companies aro said to
have sent to Oregon some of tin
Ugliest paid organizers and solicitors
to make the fight.
O. P. Ilorr, slate treasurer, has
named 197 Oregon banks as deposi
tories for state funds. The appoint
menu, aro based on tho financial
showing of tho banks. The state;
mon'dy draws 2 per cent interest audi
Is secured bv municipal bonds.
suretV cornpnnv bonds or county
warrants. The United State.-. Na I
(ional bank of Salem continue.!
the active depository.
Outside the city of Portland, Ore
gon firo losses for the inonta of
Alay aggregate ?3SS,910, according to
a report by A. C. Barber, state fire
Only regularly licensed medical
doctors and osteopaths 'have author'
ity In Oregon to sign marriage
health certificates, according to an
opinion of Attorney General Van,
Winkle, written in response to an
inquiry by Dr. F. D. Strieker, secre
tary of Die state board of health.
Drugless healers, asido from ostco
paths, do not have the authority..
Some of the largest employing con
cerns in tho state have informed Die
industrial accident commission that
they expect to take advantage of a
new amendment whereby they may
obtain rate reductions under the
workmen's compensation act. The
requirements or tho amendment In
clude tho organization of safety
committees and tho carrying on of
educational work in accident pro
ventlon. The amendment is clfect
ivo July 1.
Tho public service commission has
ordered a physical connection of the
tracks of tho Oiegon-Washington
Railroad & Navigation company
and tho Walla Walla Railroad com
pany at Alilton and Freowator,
For tho first tlmo In many years
Sherman county has failed to bo tho
first county in tho state to send In
Its completed election returns to
thu secretary of stato. Following
tlm special election of Tuesday, June
7, both Yamhill and Washington
counties were In ahead of Sherman.
Tho stato fire marshal's depart
ment Is organizing under a law
passed by tho 1921 session, a new
code of regulations governing elec
trical wiring, gasoline storage, gar
ago operation, motion picture ap
paratus and other activities that
may bo 'firo hazards,
Governor Olcott has appointed II.
T. Sims of Corvallls and .1. P. Cole
I ' . ,, , ... , ,
r f frlf.lln r.u t.wifrlltnru rt till. Ml It t n
wi .iiiiiuiiii -
livestock sanitary board. They sue -
coed Frank Rogers of Alarahfield
Drawn of Carlton ro
ily an ordor of tho public service
commission water ratos at Mosier
havo beon Increased.
Of 32,000 acies of swamp land to
which tho stato claims title in Lake
county under a congressional ant of.
I860, iho commissioner of the gener
al lanll office has rejected tho stato
claim to 3000 acres. The state has
John T, Harper, el ux, lo K. L
Ilauser and W. 15. Sloan: property
near Tygh Valley. Consideration les
Arabella 'Staats, et vir, to Henry I.
Woodcock: all of lotr, G. 7, S, and '.)
In block 10 and all of lots IS. in, 'JO
and L'l In block 23 In the town ol Mail
pin. Consideration, ?."ti0.
United States National bank ol
Portland to V D. Williamson: 140 10
acres of land !n .potion 12. township 1.
north oi rail"" !l e.p-i of the Willam
eiip meridian t'on-Ubiailon .ipprox'
D.ira i: lu hs urf Su.neman, Hen
ry Burchtorf, Charle3 Burchtorf, et
ux, Henry Xagel and Lenora AI.
rjuichtoif lo Bertha C. Hall: lo'.s I
and J in block 52 of 'Fort Dalles mil
itary reservation to Dalles City. Con
V. .1. O'sen, ct ux, to Austin K. Bra
ze: 11: lot 9 in block II in the ciiy of
rih.'.niko. Consideration, $300.
R. G. AVisbeck to .May Burden: lot
5 In block 2 of Richardson's ndd'tloii
to the town of Tygh Valley. Consider
'George K. Fitzgerald to Victor Alar
den: propert.i on Trevitt street. Con
sideration. $ 1,000.
James Foulk lo lrl Davis: 1G0 acres
of land in section 3-I, township 3,
south of range 13, east of the Willam
ette meridian. Consideration appro.v
Michael Callahan, ct ux, to J. A.
Router: lot 3, in block 1 In amended
Alays' addition lo Dalles City. Consid
eration, approximately $500,
K. O. McCoy, et ux, to Allcltncl Cal
lahan: lot 3 in block 1, Maya' addition.
GO days In which to appeal to the
department of the Interior. It Is be
lieved title will bo established to
the other 29,000 acres without
H. J. Kberly has been appointed by
the state board of forestry as deputy
state forester at a salary of $2500 a
year. He has been with the depart
ment for several yoais.
IPercy A. Cupper, state engineer,
and Frank C. Braniwell, stale super
intendent of banks, during tho week
inspected tho Silver lake and Summer
lake irrigation districts in 'Lake coun
ty, relative lo their application to
sell $535,000 in bonds, at 80 cents on
Dr; U- C- Rwrth of Pendleton,
buL'n appointed by (he governor
nB n n""or of tho stale board ol
Carl ICngstroin of Salem, has been
awarded tho contract to build a new
doiiuitory at the stato school for
feeble-minded. His bid was $2SS,599.
J. A. Bernard!, of Salem, will install
the heating plant at . a cost to the
state of $8(133 and the Valloy Ulectrie
company of Salem will install the
electric lighting a $735. v
iSam A. Koaer, secretary of state,
Dr. R. K. L Stolncr, superintendent of
Die .stale hospital, and W. C. Knight
on, architect, have returned from a
tour of inspection of boys' training
schools in tho oast and In California.
The best Ideas collected by them will
bo embodied in the now Oregon train
ing school to be built at Salem.
i.Motor vehicle registration in Ore
gon for the month or Alay wero 1579
In number, accoiding lo tho secretary
of stale. Tho number leglstered since
the first of the year Is 100,159.
FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 12, WASCO COUNTY,
OREGON, JUNE 16, 1920 TO JUNE 10, 1321.
t.'usli on hiu.d Jiliui'Ifi
County Kuliool Fund
High .School Fund
State .School Fund
luti'icst on dally ImlanucH In Ii.hikh
Knmi Printing Plant and .Stcil)ii.'ii .. -
From Keikr.il Government n-ilury priiillnK
From .State Uefund .Soldlem' Aid Fund
Kiom Manual Tralnini,' Department
From DonuHtic Arts
Hllls payablu .
Salo of Dqulpmi'iit and .SuppIkH
Teacher' (MilurieH Including Hiipuilntiindiint
Light and Power :
Telenhono and Teli'Kraiih - -
fiuppllbit for Infltriiolioii
.SunplU-H for Janitor
rtr-nalrx and unkcoii of blllldlllK
Itt-palrH and ujiktep of ciiulpmunt
.Salary of Cltik - -
Hxptiiine of lioaid
KxpeiiHi; mipurlutenitunt ' offlcu ,
KluctlHii and censu.s I
L" .'""" '.. ' . V.
AUdutlcH and dehato -
l.i-,,,,,,,ll,,,. 1 1 .-I, 111
HoiiHuhold Arta IJepartunmt ..,
Manual Tralnliu: Dupartinunt
, KupplleH Uhrary
' PhyMcnl Training and Natural Sulenue
Print ng Plant liciu pmont and bii dluti
1 ! ' ' f
j Now Furniture - --
HWinngnipher to Hutmriiiteiidenl
Soldlerti' Aid Loan
HondH ami Loan
Balance on hand
Court Htreit Bond"
nigh School "".: ifo" Hmuu "
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IS NOW FIREWOOD
liy United Press
P.FRlilN. Juno IS.- Germany's Iron
lllndenburg, which during the war
was lo epitomize the German spirit,
has gone the way or the rert of war
I Imo German things.
"For sale. In whole or In parts,
tor fiiewooil. Apply Rudolf Alosso
Berlin W. S, l.olpzlger slreet.103."
The gigantic statue a wooden llln
denburg was erected during the war
at the end of Berlin's Avenue or
It was to bo covered with nails,
driven onu by one by patriotic Her
mans, who, for the privilege of put
ting a bit more Iron in to the field
marshal, were to pay a Email contri
bution lo Geiinan war charities.
Tho idea flivvored. Long before
the war ended what was at first a
popular pilgrimage had tired Hcrlln
ers, and the statue remained, its
woodwork rotting in huge uncovered
patches1 and its i-eatterod rash of
About a j em" ago, Die statue, al
ways an eyesore, was removed. No
0110 was suft'lcietitly intereslod to ask
about It. Its fate was not known un
til Hcrr MostU! Inserted his ad.
every Wednesday and Saturday night
Chenowith grove open air pavilion.
Good floor. Good niuslo. Taxi rrom
Black & White, fifteen minute ser
vice, 25 cents. lilt
NEWS OF OREGON
The Oregon Growers' Cooperative
association continues to grow- In mem
bership. At Die annual meeting last
! April it was 1U4S with a control of
2S.S3S acres. During the past six
weeks the growth lias been such that
tho association now has 1S0G mem
bers with a control of 30,781 acres.
q laving purchased more than 1,000,
000 pounds of prunes packed under
the Allstlnnd brand from the asso
ciation this past season, one of the
largest firms in ltngland writes the as
sociation as follows:
"Your AlisDand have on the whole
been very satisfactory with regard to
quality and size. Practically every one
of our buyers arc well satlsticd and
speak highly of them. As far as Ore
gon 'prunes aro concerned, there is
nothing to beat your pack this year."
To encourage more steamers lo call
al Portland and Seattle for especially
domestic trade and to encourage ports
on tho Pacific to put Inacilities for
handling fruit shipments, tho Paciiio
Coast Producers association was re
cently organized. Conferences we're
held with steamship lines and tenta
tive arrangements wero made for a
big Kngllsh steamship, company lo di
vert to the northwest throe steamers
with cold storago facilities. Those
hoats carry 200 car loads of fruit each
Other steamship companies have be
come interested with prospects of se
curing sufficient tonnage to Justify a
regular schedule. Rales proposed by
Steamship companies should mean a
great raving to growers in Hie north
Although tho association has Just
recently gone into Tho Dallo'i having
simiod up l.ODO acres of the llnesl
fruit, land in that district, tho' pros
pects are Dial more than a quarter of
a million dollars worth of biislnes')
will be handled (hero this season by
There's f. Difference
If you've been a "ready made" man
In the past, bo a "inado to older man"
In tho Inline. First class hand tailor
ed suits to measure, $35.00 and up, W.
IL Webber, one block east of post
31 ,0110 110
ZI ... " .(Included In tuaUiuM w.lary)
- , -. l.o
tUHUUdul in MrfuliiilH" .'il;ir'
..-,(llit'lieln In tearhitiV Milury)
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Jttxpecl fully Kulimltted,
PUUOli.NCtS M. PATTHUHON. Bchool Cl rk.
STATE UNIVERSITY TRAINS
WRITERS OF NATIONAL FAME
UNIVERSITY OF OH KG ON, lC'.t-
gene, June IS. - The increasing in
terest In Oregon literature and Ore
gon writers, several of whom have
earned a national an 1 evon inter
national fame, has biough!. up the
question hero whether the Univer
sity of Oregon has done its share
in training writers to interpret this
commonwealth lo tie.' world.
To answer this question, Mr. 'AI.
II. Douglass, librarian, has unlocked
several shelves crowded with booltF
written by " University of Oregon
students and faculty members. In
that company are hooka now known
all over (he world, books st uty'd
by school children, and histories
taught In big universities. This is
what is called Die "Oregon Collec
tion." Duplicates are kept for gen
eral circulation but these shelves
hold and have held for many years
under lock and key the literary out
put of students and professors. ICach
year additions are miiilp. II is a
glowing evidence that the produc
tion of literature is getting stimulus
at the state university.
During Die past six years, as these
shelves reveal, the univeisity has
trained three writers whose work
now bus a national reputation.
Leslie Blades, a blind student, who
took much work in psehologv, has
written the novel "Claire," a psy
chological work of fiction dealing
with a blind hero. Mr. Blades is
now living in New York, ftixiug all
his time to writing fiction, which
Come to a
CHURCH THAT'S ALIVE!
10:00 a.m. Bible School.
A class for every age.
11 :00 a. m. Communion and Sermon, "Power"
7:00 p. jn. Combined Intermediate and Sen
ior Christian Eendavor.
8:00 p.m. Evening Church Service, "The
Strength of the Redeemer."
First Christian Church
Corner Ninth and Court Streets
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll C. Roberts
Res. 1220 Jackson Phone, Black 6472
Lucky Spot Dances
Free Dancing 9:00-9:45
The Little House
& Cos Hawaiians
TWO COMPLETE SHOWS TONIGHT
7:00 p. in. and 9:00 p. ni.
, CHARLES CLARY
"The Light Woman"
SUNDAY and M 0 N I )
finds Its way into Iho popular
magazines of tho country, and fre
quently Into bound books with th
Imprint of a big publishing house. w
ICdlson Marshall, who contributed,
his lirst stories to tho magazine
while a student In tho school oi
journalism and who used to corner,,
Ids fellow students late at night and'
compel them to listen to what ho
had written, first won national .at
lention with his spy story, "Tha
Missing Sovonteen." Ho has sinco
written two novels, "Tho Voice ot
the H ack" and "The Strength of tho
Pines," which have had such a popu
lar sale that this young writer, now
living In AI 'dt'nrd, Oregon, has an
inronte of livo figures.
In Die United States the fame of
the "Voting Visitors," though spon
sored by J. Al. Barrie, has been,
eclipsed by a precocious work of a
Univeisity of Oregon student. "TI16
Story of Opal" was written by a
little gill who came down from Cot
tage Grove. Willi very littles rorniaf
training but witli a great collection?
of flowers and butterflies and with'
such a capacity for reading that she
aliiu.st finished Hie library whll'
she was a student here. The Oro
gon shelves In the library contain
another book of Opal Whitelcy,31
"The Fairyland Around Us."
These are probably the best,
known writers who were University
of Oregon students only a few years1
ago, but there are many others.
Dr. S. Ilurko Massey, dentist, First
National bank, rooms 307-308. Tele
phono main 31)11, res. main 1001. Stl
with the RIG Pictures
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