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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1920)
Lucky Gobs of Atlantic Felet Now in
Cuban Waters Enjoying Their Playtime
By HUTU IK.VOKK
MR. AND MRS. C. N WALK Kit
of Newpotit. formerly ot Sa
Urn, arrived la:t night Trom
their home and will spnd a fort
night with their son in law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William (011
The Lincoln Parent-Teacher Asso
ciation will hold its regular monthly
meeting tonight at 7:3u o'clock in
the Lincoln school. The pupil3 of
the school will give a program dur
jg the meeting. The election of
The Easiest Way
To End Dandruff
-There la one sjure way that never
fails io remove dandruff compiefelv
and that Is to dissolve it. This de
stroys it entirely. To do (hfs, just
get about four ounces of plain, ordi
nary liquid arvon; apply it at night
when retiring; use enoueb to mois
ten the scalp and rub It in gently
with the finge tips:
Uy morning, most if not all, of
your dandruff will he gone, and
- three or four more applications will
completely dissolve and entirely de
stroy, every single sign and trace of
It. no matter how nmeh dandruff
you may have.
You will find, loo. that all itching
and digging; of the scalp will stoo
Instantly, and your hair will be flnf
ry, lustrous. iowsy, silky and soft,
and look and feel a hundred times
Yu 'can get liquid arvon at any
drug ste." ! is Inexpensive, and four
ounces is all you will need. This
slmrle remedy has never been known
to fail. .
Hear Them !
, i At the
First Methodist Church
(TIm Union Meetings)
DR. J. W. MAHOOD
1 Sppaks as Follows:
Tues., 7:30 The Deity of
Wed., 7:30 The Second
Coming of Christ
Thur., 7: 3 0 The Wonder
ful Christ .
Afternoon meetings on Tues
day,' "Wedneaday and Thursday
at 3, followed by the Health
Culture Lectures by Miss Ma
hood.. This is the last week. COME
Big Chorus and Qreat
ZT Engine with
OVER S25o,o;o farmers
They know it is power
ful, depenc3a?Ic and practically
fool-procf ; truly a great en
gine. 5 But now We announce
the one acU; tion which could
.possitly imp ove the T performance-
Bosch high tension,
oscillating magneto m ignition,
5 So let us JsKow ou in detail
this greater engine value. 5 Our
service to $au b remarkably
complete and we are assisted
by a nearby Bosch Service
Station. 5 Prices I H. P.
$75.00 3 H. P. $125.00
6 H. P. $200.00. A11F.O.B.
Lot L Pearce & Son
236 N. Commercial St.
I I J
officers for the coming year will al
so occupy some time.
J Miss Ix lia Johnson has returned
' to Hood Uiver where she is teuchinu
in the public schools after a short
visit with her parents here.
Miss Minnie Gehring who has been
! teaching in the Hoquiam hij;h school
I will arrive tonight for an indefinite
! stay with her sister, Mrs. Miller I5e
j vier. Miss Gehring has been ill
: with influenza and has resigned her
i position and come here to recuperate
; Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Goodin arrived
', home Sunday night from Seattle
where they have been visiting their
I daughter, Mrs. A. D. Goodmiller.
! Their stay extended over a week's
Mrs. Leland W. Porter had as her
house guest over the week end, Mrs.
j Frank A. Powell of Boston. Mass.
! She formerlywas of this city where
! her husband was a pastor of the Uni-
tarian church. Mrs. Powell was on
I her way to California to nass the re
mainder of the winter with her par
The regular monthly business
meeting of the Salem Art League
win ne neia tonight at 8 o clock m
the public library auditorium. The
memoers or ail Branches 01 the or
ganization are requested to attend.
Mrs. Cora Houck has gone to Port
land to pass a several days' visit
with relatives. '
The Spanish War Veterans- and
the auxiliary enjoyed a social eve
ning last sight in the armory, in
addition to their regular monthly
meeting which was held at that time.
Colonel Carle Abrams gave a very
interesting address. The evening
was concluded with light refresh
ments. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kamm of
Portland have . returned to their
home after passing a short time in
Salem as the house guests of Mr.
and Mrs. William Connel Dyer.
Chemeketa Chapter, Daughters of
the American Revolution will honor
the memory of the father of the
greatest country on earth next Sun
day afternoon, February 22. at 3
o'clock. An invitation is extended
to the members of the American Le
gion to attend In a body. It Is ex
pected that French memorial certif
icates will be presented to relatives
of men and women of Salem and
vicinity who lost their lives during
the late war. Those who are en
titled to receive this certificate are
requested to make application on or
before February 21st to Dr. W.
Carleton Smith, commander of Cap
ital Post No. 9. American Legion.
The many friends of Miss Jean
Bell, who has been very 111 at her
home, will be glad to learn that she
Miss Gertrude Hartman and her
father, Henry J. Hartman, who have
been In the east visiting since last
October, and Raymond Hartman.
who joined them several weeks ago
left Ohio yesterday for California
where they will stay for a time be
fore coming home.
Mrs. George J. Pearce and her
sister, Mrs. Thomas Hopkins of Al
bany, who is visiting her, returned
last night from a short stay In Port
land with Mrs. Pearce's daughter.
Miss Helen Pearce.
The annual conference of the D.
A. R. will be held In Albany March
5-6. State officers an dthe dele
gates from 14 chapters will attend.
State officers and the state board
will meet in Albany March 4. Dele
gates from the Chemeketa chapter
are Mrs. Seymour Jones, Mrs Hom
er Gouley. Mrs. O. P. Hoff, Mrs. S.
C. Dyer and Miss Lillian Applegafe.
The alternates are Mrs. U. G. Ship
ley. Mrs. J. G. Heltzel, Mrs. C. O.
Wilson. Mrs. Homer Smith and Mrs
H. M. Styles.
Episode 1920 is being reeled off
in good style and it promises to be
better than the follies of 1919.
"SYRUP OF FIGS"
Iok at tonxue! Remove pftlfwii
fmm ktomacli. liver and
Accept 'California" Syrup of Figs
onlylook for the name California
on- the package, then
your child is having the best and
. uxauve or physic for
inhe little ttomnch ik-ok -a 1
elS. Children Inn It. AMt . ,
ty taste. Full dirmtnn. t v.
child s doHe on each bottle. Give it
Mother! Yon m'nt
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There is lots of hard work for the gobs when the Atlantic fleet gathers
In Cuban waters for winter manoeuvres, but there is also plenty of fun
This photograph hows a number of sailors enjoying a swim alongside
one of the battleships and one gob making a graceful dive from a spring
board high above the water. Small boats are put out to help weak swim
mers if necessary.
TWO TEAMS TIE
FOR TOP PLACE
Anderson-Brown and Capital!
national Bank Teams Op
Two more of the Commercial
league basketball games are sched
uled to be played on the Y.M.C.A.
floor tonight. As It is nearlng the
end of the season, these games are
attracting ronHilr.ihio tv.
Anderson-Brown and Capital Nation
al irams are ilea ror the leadership
and the winners nf tnnivhi'. ,
will probably throw some light on
which team will win the series.
The first same of the ovonim' -m
be staged between Hauser Brothers
and the Capital National bank teams
and Is called for 7:30 o'clock. The
last game will Include the Anderson
Brown and U. S. National bank
teams. Coach P. Schntt r to or
ient high school will referee both
Wife (with newsnanerl Annth
strike? Isn't it awful? Hub Can't
say until you give me particulars It
wight be a strike of tax Electors.
let us stop the orgy of waste, this perennial
7 4.7 ?v Ktr
FREED BY WELSH
Larceny Charge No Longer
Holds Tacoma Man in
Another man had the same name
but a bigger bank account. It was'
said that these facts and a bankers)
mistake profited J. A. Klrod to the I
extent of $1700. and h was beins
Saturday he was released by Chief
of Police Welsh, acting upon instruc
tions frum the Tacoma sherifr tha'
the "prosecuting attorney had au
thorized his release." Chief Welsh
iid not know the nature f.f the set
tlement that had been made.
Lite indoors with i.ei f V-..
and beavv food in ant t ft f hrriw kA
d heaw fnnrf i. . T .1'
digestive organs out of order. Foley
Cathartic Tablets are a wholesome
Physic that thoroughly cleanse the
bowels without griping or nausea.
They sweeten the stomach, invigorate
the liver; banish headaches, bilious
ness, bloating, gas. J. c. Perrv.
cum the monni
New spring garments are now here and more
coming every day direct from the fashion
centers of New York.
Suits come in Jersey, French Serge, Gabar
dine, Tricotine, Poplin, etc
Coats are all the rage in tan polo cloth, are
short and have lots of pep.
v Our buying direct saves you all the middle
Commercial and Court
TO GO TO WORK
I ' :
! 100'000 Acr to be put un-
der Irrigation by Vote of
BURNS. Or.. Feb. !. By the
vote of 93 to four the water users
of Silvies reiver In Harney county
expressed their desire for th rr.
' l,.on. .of an irriKation
district at an
wwtion last week
This project will embrace in he
first unit some 100.000 acres of lev
el land, the greater part of which
is at present in cultivation and de
voted to the raising of natural grass
fs for bay. will be one of the best
and largest in the northwest. The
expression of the water users at this
Our Prices Always The Lowest
GALE & CO
lime is held significant- In that it
Will Cfttta fnr nil f lmn t. ....
of priority of water rights of Silvies
vor c.wT m: tm iwiikfi'i.
Kisle O lJrien. K.F.I). 7. Vincennes.
Ind.. writes: "One bottl or rouyi
Honey and Tar Urokt up my cold
right away." It relieves coughs, colds
croup and whooping cough; clears
the passages, soothes Irritated mem
branes and .stops tickling In the
throat. Foley's is the original and
genuine Honey and Tar. J. C Perry.
Salem Basketball Huskies
Sign For Contests With Pa
cific Coast Teams
Willamette plays basketball with
Multnomah club in Portland on Sat
uday nU-ht. February 21. The r
turn game will t,e played in Salem
armory on March 4.
Other games scheduled for th
near future are W. r.-Stnford in
the Salem armory. February 24; W.
r.-lT. of Idaho. Salem armory Fe.v
ruary 26; W. F.-Paclfic. Salem ar
mory Mach 3.and W. I' .-Pacific, re
turn game March 12.
LEAGUE IS GOAL
Non-Partisans Meet at Yaki
ma and Perfect Plans for
YAKIMA. Wah. Feb. IK wi.i.
an announced purpose of forming a
tempoi ary organization of a county
convention, about 40 members of th
non-partl.-an league met here this af
ternoon. C. A. Smith, who called
the meeting to order read a request
Trom I. L. Freeman, state secretary
of the league, asking that temporary
organization be postponed unMI
Thor.e present then went into so
'rtt feeyiou and after a brief .
ificn. adjourned and dispersed, bu
declmea to state what. If any. action
was taken. Many of the Yakima
non-partisan leaders are alt-nding
he Tiiple-Alliance convention in S
i4rfci,ran'on Held Need
In Settling Disputes
'-.-wr.it., v oio.. i en. in. Com
pulsory arbitration nf r:.iiv. i,
. ----- r.' J hit. u 1
returns the railroads to their owners'
wa advocated today by Carl R. Gray!
preside nt of tb- rnlon Pacific, in an
u isj.ii n-s wnn tl coVernm.nf
A : . " '
and his Eick-cylindcrcd fliv are racing here
for a da7 of traffic trouble and tie-less
laugh ignition that will mend any crank
case m his newest million dollar picture
"A DAY'S PLEASURE"
YouH Say So
1 WiY ILMX
. 1W TA
Formerly Chicago Store
address at a dinner in his honor r?il
en by the Denver rnm m i
Oregon Retailers Meet
In Astoria Conven&zi
ASTORIA. Or. Fh ici
contention of the Oregon Suts
1 t 1 1 r iitmrlatlnii - H .1 iL. -v
vx t vt. uu (u vrr j c:
K"tail Merchants association opes
here tonight with the Initial pr
gram consisting mainly of welcoa
ing addresses and responses. ' Ti
sessions will continue tomorrow.
Last Times Tonight
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY IS
Seat Sale Starts Monday
RETURN' OP THE FAVORITE
OLIVER MOROSCO PRESENTS
Riclianl Walton Tally. Play of a
A Riilllant Cat. Iwluding
Florence Rockwell and
the Singing Hawaiians
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