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TIIE OREGON STATESMAN: TTESDAV. JANXARY 6, 1920.
The Oregon Statesman
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JUST ONE MUDDLE AFTER ANOTHER
We have made eyes our life's work.
Nothing but eyes and the making
of glasses for twenty years.
HENRY L MORRIS & CO.
; Eyeight Specialist
305 State Street . SALEM
Cherniavskys, Three Great
Musician, to Appear at
quits the cabinet, which, it Is
claimed, will pay him $50,000
year. Imagine Frank Lane a Boston-
ese. if possible. Los Angeles Times.
The figures will show that enough
wine bas been made in Southern Cal
ifornia for "sacramental" purposes to
float the . American navy. They are
a deeply religious people down there.
. The proposed filming of the Bible
ought to serve a good purpose. There
are so many people these days who
think that Mary Pickford has it all
over Delilah and that as for Samson,
he is n'ot in the same class as Doug
' The honorable Japanese have a pat
way of saying things sometimes. Bar-
ion Makino remarks that" "we all
know that justice is going to rule
The Cherniavskys are three of the
world's great instrumental artists
Jan. poet pianist; Leo. dramatic vi
olinist, and Mischei, tbe inspired
cellist. Although they have never
been, in this city, their international
reputation insures them a befitting
welcome. Tbeir art is finished and
more magnetic than ever. Since these
boys last appeared in the west, they
have travelled far in India and other
countries. Following the two con
certs they are giving in Oregon this
deek, they go to Southern aClifornia
and the nto New lork. where they
will appear on March 30 in Carnegie
hall. From there they sail for South
America. England and afterwards to
The trio work Is superb in attack.
execution, time and musical finish.
In interpreting the trios of Devorak.
Glinka, Boisdeffre. etc. They play
with uftwearined industry and evi
dent pleasure, consuming energy
nough to tire out the average person
but worry not. they finish "fresh"
and.- in fact thrive on it.
Leo Cberniavfcky, tbe dramatic vlo-
llnNt, with Fainou Trfo, which ap
lear In concert Wednesday, January ;
7, at (irand Theatre.
gins, on South Liberty street where
she was at the time of her-death.
Fhyslcians generally agree, it Is
said, that when over one-third of the
skin is burned the person cannot live.
Dut Dr. Thompson and the several
other local physicians wbo had been
called as council felt that this would
They annear at the Grand tbeatre.be an unusual case and that Irma
' This Democratic administration is just one muddle after another,
V What is to be done with the 8000 American soldiers in Siberia
is a' problem still to be solved, and'neither the State department nor the earth, but each people will get
the War Department is in haste to make a statement upon the mat- as much Justice as their strength
ter. But if the position of General Graves's little anny was difficult commands." That Is a sermon in a
enough before, it is now m danger of becoming untenable. ifew words.
- Paris hears that the revolutionary forces now! in the region of
Irkutsk are not Bolsheviki but are in great .part composed' of sol- Premier Nlttl is likely to spend
diers from the disintegrated armies of Kolchak. There is no longer the balance of the winter in Paris,
a Kolchak government to co-operate with, and it Reems clearly impos- A few nights ago he left' for that
sible for our "forces" to co-operate with Kolchak's successor, the city, and declares he will not return J (lcelODed mrki ie.kaee and she?! Irma ls 8U
K-hose hostility to the Americana has been no-1 to Rome until he finds out something became quite dropsical which cut offT.Mr- f ,fcM n
IRMA KING DIES AFTER
HARD, PATIENT FIGHT
(Continued from page 1)
skin, all or which "took' 'satisfactorily.
Heart JHevelojtes Leakage.
The last of September her hearVJ
' Cossack Semenoff, whose hostility
' torious. f (definite in regard to the disposition
! 'Perhaps tbe United States will soon be, under the necessity of of the Flume-Adriatic matter,
appealing to Japan to help us out of this muddle.
The Japanese are tbe only people who. have taken a strong hand! Solomon, if be bad lived until to-
, in Siberia; and perhaps the world would be better off if she took ajclay, would be just the man to make
Stronger. 1 ' I the race for an office. With 700
enfranchised women backing him, he
Mr; Bryan has created a great flurry at Washington, by appear-! certainly would be a dangerous fel-
ing clad in a picturesque old-fashioned cape, of the sort familiar in how to tackle in the political jousts.
other days. ; The, Democratic nomination may turn on the cut of a j We are, of course, figuring, on bis
rari it" tsnce flirt m limn' mm on a few foolish words- ion-1 wives supporting him. They often
comma? a crown of thorns and a cross of gold. In the lack of great ld- t-xenange.
leaders, any old or new thing may stampede that locoed party.
Hope springs eternal as indicated 1
Congress is in session again- and again' muling around in a cir-lby the statement that old Champ
tie and playing peanut politics, while a sick world cries out for real! Clark has it In mind to make another
leadership and positive and virile action. The United States.' has un-1 attempt for the nomination. A lot
. . . . .'; .
fotunatelV fallen into a condition of the doldrums, at a time when I of water has passed over the political
wheel since 1912, when James Beau-
champ Clark came so near to getting
I the prize.
nutrition. This was apparently cured
and littje Irma has been doing, well
and there was not a great amount of
She was taken to the home of her
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. C. Hig-
USED IT LAST
her active help is more needed than ever before.
. . What do you " know about pears?
Write It tor Thursday's Statesman.
' The Job will not be complete as
long as there Is a yellow Red-left in
.this country. v V
The -United States supreme court
has taken all the tick out of near
beer, excepting one-half of 1 per cent.
Milwaukee wishing to be repre
sented In congress ' by Berger or no
body, will have nobody. .
a grouch over the arrest or the Reds.
The proof readers would like to have
them go by number, dispensing with
their jaw-breaking names.-
Thursday's r Salem slogan pages
will show that this Is the greatest
pear country on' earth and' that
there should be ten bushels at least
raised where one bushel Is produced
HOW. - :
The order of the government that
the "big five packers be split "up
into smaller corporations Is likely to
result in the same conditions that
obtained several years ago, wben a
similar order was made" affecting the
Standard Oil company. It split up.
all right, and history relates that
the profits since have been double
what they were before.. 44 j A
V Suidirf cold
-SV "S. Money
rvmedy tot 29 yr
form talc. ut. m
opiate breaks op a cold in 24
hour relieves gnp ta aavs.
back U It fails. Jte
mult ' Do Das a Ked
who nr. nui a
At Att Drmm 5are
would finally recover.
Her death was caused bv an over-!;
taxation of the heart during the sev-
era i momns 01 ner iimesa. ah i
through her illness Irma has been a
very patient sufferer and seemed al
ways bright and cheerful to the many
who visited her. On her birthday
which was' in October and on Christ
mas many Salem people and people
from all over the county sent 'gifts
and messages of cheer.
rvived by her parents.
A. W. King, and by1
two brothers and three sisters. She
was the youncest In the family. The
body is at the Terwilliger Funeral
home and funeral announcements
will be made later.
WILL CONTINUE THIS WEEK
Hundreds of prudent shoppers
will not fail to profit by the
unusual price reductions. .
Charles McClaine, Member
of Pioneer Family, Diei
Charles . McClalne died yesterday
at 4 p. m. at his home which was In
the basement of the Knight church
one mile east of Salem on tbe Silver-
ton road. He was 57 years old. He
wa.the son-of tbe late II. C. Me-!
Claine who laid out North Salem in
the pioneer days of the city.
Mr. McClalne is survivel by h!s
widow and six children. The body
is at the Webb & Clough chapel and
the funeral announcements will b
E X T R A T!
.WE OFFER IN OUR ECONOMY BASEMENT
STORE. , ,
WE MAY HAVE YOUR SIZE. LOOK 'EM OYER
"Mother, go cows and bees go to
heaven?" "Mercy, child, what a
question! v nyi ' lieeause u thy
don't the milk and honey the preach
er said was up there must be ail
tinned stuff." London Answer.
Crocerv ' - ' YtsSnHaa
DrfOoodj f 77?C Pr&2fZStQre tUaXSq
' Herbert Hoover Is the only man
in the United States who Is funning
away from the nomination for presi
dent. ' : !." ' ;f
' Mone talks nowadays, and what
It says sounds like "Good-by. Wall
Street Journal. -
' Newspaper proof. readers are the
only people who have good reason for
Miles Poindexter's first name just
about describes his remoteness from
tbe presidential nomination. Col
umbia Record. ; ' ' i.
By far the best argument made in
favor of the nomination of William
J. Bryan4 for president comes from a
friend. He says Mr. Bryan hasn't
run for twelve years.
Secretary-Lane will accept a posi
tion with a Boston' firm, whenJie
' The new secretary of commerce,
Joshua Willis Alexander, starts out
as If he understood his business. He
declares himself for a privately
owned American merchant marine
able to carry 60 per cent of ''the
country's foreign trade and In favor
of sound and constructive methods
of building up foreign trade. Alex
ander served seven terms in congress
from Missouri and learned some
things, it would appear.
On every home table
Salem and Surrounding Counties
One of Oldest Truck Lines in U. S.
Box "J" care Statesman
The latest thing Js to explore hith
erto unmapped regions' by means of
an airplane. It Is announced that
in an experiment In Africa an observ
er got better results within an hour
than a ground party might, get In a
whole week. It will be no time at
all until the mysteries of the dark
continent will be solved. Living
stone, Stanley, Du Chaillu and the
rest of them lived too early. The
intrepid Andre, who lost his life
trying to solve the story of fhe Arc
tic regions with a balloon, was the
pioneer in the new achievement.
'"y 1 t!
EARNINGS ON EARNINGS
nr HE way to acquire suph a satisfactory state
of finance is to put your earnings to work;; '
here at the United States National where , they
will be earning more for you all the. time.
The big amount of Interest we. credited to the
accounts of Savings Depositors , here January
first will prove that a LOT OF PEOPLE ARE
SAVING. ; rllES
I BITS FOR BREAKFAST I
More of the same kind.
That is the way it is in tbe Salem
city government. ,
In the matter of the cry for belter
police protection for Salem, at least
one thing ought' to be done, if noth
ing else. There should be an auto
mobile available for the Instant us
for the three night policemen. If
the city 1 1 inot put one of the ma
mines on nana into that Bervire. i
machine should be bought, or hired;
As the matter now stands, the night
policemen must walk to any place
they may be called or .whither they
may be sent If a taxi is not avail
able. And it happens once in a while
or twice in a while that a taxi is not
available, late at night. The instant
use of a machine might rave a lite,
or neveral lives, any night in tie
yean , Jr there ia no way in which
the city .government can provide for
mis necessity, it might be arranged
for by popular subscription. Any
way. let this much, at ast. be don,
towards giving Salem sometbing
more nearly what she should have
adequate police protection. - "
v.v , v S
What do you know about pears?
Tell the world, through The States
The greater part of the world's
supply of argument Is produced r.y
those who have never produrd any
thing else to lend weight to their
Keep a bottle of Del Monte Catsup
there for the wonderful appetizing quali
ties it imparts to other foods. It always
touches the spot and turns ordinary jdishes
into delightful surprises. v '
Its absolute purity its wholesomeness
and its delicious ripe tomato flavor have
made it the favorite relish of discriminat
ing people everywhere. There is no end to
the tempting possibilities of Del Monte
Catsup. Serve it on your table use it in
the kitchen and avoid monotony and
sameness in every day meals.
And don't forget the many other delicious Del
Monte Products that will help you serve better
meals, -over a hundred tempting varieties of
canned fruits, vegetables and food specialties
each the finest of its kind. Let Del Monte be
your guide to perfection in canned foods.
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