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THE ORECOX STATESMAN: FIUDAV. FEBRUARY 80. 1020.
MR. and MRS.
CARTER DE HAVEN
In a Double Bed Comedy
Sunday, ''The Westerner"
Vault Door Is Blown Open
and Yeggmen Escape With
Liberty Bonds and Quanti
ty of Valuable Silverware
the furniture and pamphlets Belied.
I.W.W. Jazz Hymn.
W. II. Abel, state counsel, in cross
aibul Krnttt II DO II I a
VU1UIU.UWU, . 1
mnr nublished in an I.W.W. song
book entitled "Christians at War.'M
The Terse referred to was read into
the record by Attorney Vandenreer,
who insisted that the nne was in
tended to be satirical and was in
tended to convey the bruUllty of
war. That part of the verse con
taining the line reads:
Tile your bullet noses uai.
"Poison every well:
"God decrees your enemies.
"Must all go plumb to her.."
STRONG BOX HOLDING
TO LARGE CROWD
MONEY NOT MOLESTED The Wonderful Christ" is
Topic of Inspiring Sermon
Sheriff Orr Says Job Was
Pulled Off by Men Exper
ienced in Business
PALLAS. Or., Feb. 19. ThFirst
National back at Monmouth, several
iii i iv 3 bu u(u wis iso( " j , Ilia
.yl robbers and the lock to one of "l ,i
the vault doors blown open and
$1500 in bonds stolen, the authori
ties announced today. Some silver-
..... kUh V ,iaA n lha
vVult by a 7ocar"ciUzWen fo7 safe . -Llh!ir C
Dr. Mahocd spoke to a full house
last night at the Firt M. E. church
on "The Wondeiful Christ." Hi
message gripped the hearts of his
hearers. It was profound and de
livered with a pathos peculiar to the
theme. His text was taken from
name shall be called
Wonderful.'' All the great religious
teachers. aU-smen. philosophers,
artists of the past, hcwever great
their Influence and character, are
ALUMNI TO FORM
ON FEBRUARY 29
Committees Meet and Pre
pare Plans for Permanent
The organization committee of the
Salem high school alumni associa
tion met "ast night at the home of
Miss Luella Patton and furthered
plans for organization. It was de
cided to complete organization at a
mass meeting of the alumni of the
high school which will be held in
the auditorium in the public library
Thursday night, February 2.
At this meeting the constitution
will be adopted and officers elected
to serve until the regular election at
the spring banquet which is now
Although many high school alum
ni are away to college at present.
they are supporting the rrganization
and expect to make it a big success.
The "purpose of this alumni organ
ization Is to create a better spirit of
fellowship among the alumni of the
Bohool. and also to help In every way
possible the activities of the high
These on the organization com
mittee are Dewey Probst, chairman:
Miss Luella Patton, Miss Dorothy
Huchner. Leslie Springer and Fred
Granddaughter of Noted
Indian Chief in Pageant
on Lincoln's Birthday
obscure as compared to the life and
deed3 of Jesus. Jesus was the hope
of the world for centuries before his
' V ,
r t' -' t-
keeping, was taken also.
The work was accomplished with-
... .im-.fX advent, and is the hope of the world
Mint iiiiiuuiiiuii iau rv v
had of the robbery was when they lof.
arrived at the bank in the morning
Sheriff John W. Orr of this city
who was notified, stated that the
work was evidently done by expert
The robbers selected the vault
where the bank books and deposit
boxes are tstored, the vault where the
bank's moneys are kept being over
The speaker appealed to the yonng
men or trie congregation lo maice
Jesus king of their lives. In re
sponse .to this challenge, a very
touching ard Inspiring sight was
witnessed when a large nunVber of
young men came forward and defi
nitely pledged to make their lives
out and out for Christ.
Tonight there will be a great rally
No cfue for the officers to work .Vbe y,0IID pePif' 80C,et!.e8 of l?e
on was left by the cracksmen. ;,A T7,," - v . . , '
&uvrisu v ft a i ecu. u a Dyc;t dci iuuu
nn "Pnftincr the A nirkt-si ' a n 4 will
To Cure Cold in One Day touch a ltal wav the
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE amusement question. Everyone will
be welcome, but the center section
(Tablets). It stops the Cough and
Headache and works off the Cold.
E. W. GROVE'S signature on each
will be reserved for the young peo
ple. Tbe meeting starts promptly
ALBANY TO MEET
High School Teams Are Well
Matched and Fastest Game
of Season Looms
TO BE SENSATIONAL u 1 Ultll 1 u DALIy
AT LATE RULING
(Continued from page 1)
fied. Mrs. McAllister was arrested
following the shootings and remain
ed, in Jail at Chehalis for several
weeks, she said on the stand.
Mrs, McAllister described the al
leged attack up on the halt as strat
ing when a whistle was blown. She
said after the whistle was blown she
saw the men rush toward the hall
then heard shots. Barnett testified
that the alleged raid b?gan at the
command of someone in the parade.
Ilobert Alleged Insane.
The defense tomorrow will take
The Salem basketball team will
contest with the Albany five tonight
on the Willamette university floor
at 8 o'clock in the last game of the
district high school schedule.
Albany has just completed s sev
en day tour of the high schools in
the vicinity of Medford. The Albany
team did not lose a game on the
trip. Salem was defeated by the Al
bany players at the latter city a few
weeks ago. This was the only team
that has won over the Salem high
school five. The game tonight prom
ises to be the most Interesting and
bard fought battle of the 1920 sea
son in this high school district.
The state conference.' in which 12
of the picked teams of the state will
participate, will be held in Salem
March 4. 5 and 6. The games will
be played on the armory floor.
As a, preliminary game tonight thf.
BABY CLINIC IS
More Than 25 Young Amer
icans Examined and Meas
ured by Physicians
An unusually good looking and
healthy group of 2j babies were ex
amined yesterday afternoon at the
February baby clinic. bHd under th
au?picn of th Marion County
Children's bureau in the Commer
cial club rooms. Mothers took their
children to be examined regardless
of the prevailing epidemic of influ
enza and small pox. and a goodly
number were preent with their
smiles or tear which ever it hap
pened to be. Dr. J. O. Mattbls. Dr
Prince W. Hyrd, Dr. Carl Miller. Dr.
II. F. Pound and Dr. Frank Urown
were the physicians who donated
their time and help yesterday.
In the absence of Mrs. . II. Byrd
Mrs. E. C. Flegel gave the. mental
eets. Mrs. Gail Church superintend
ed the measuring. With each child
esterday advice as to the care or
he children was given by tbe phy-
icians when the child was found to
be needing special care.
The March clinic will be only for
children whose parents are not sat
isfied with tbe development of the
younsters or' when they are below
normal Irf any way. The bureau
makes a special plea for these child
ren of the county so that they can
It is planned by the bureau that
a lecture be given in the near fu
ture to the parents on the care or
the mouth and teeth of the children,
which will be given by some dentist'.
Willamette Faculty Urced to "econd team ' ne saiem high school
... i. W8CU w will play the team of the state train-
AllOW freshmen to lake
Part in Debates
Mrs. Gertrude Bonnln
As an Indian maid who acted as
guide for Lewis and Clark during
their historic expedition, Mrs. Ger
trude Bonnin will be one of the most
interesting characters in tbe Ameri
can pageant to be given by the Navy
League in Washington on Lincoln's
Birthday. Mrs. Bonnln, who Is
granddaughter of Sitting Bull, the
famous Indian chief, has spent most
of her life doing community work
among her people. She went to Wash
ington during the war, when her hus
band was a captain in the army, but
expects to return soon to her home
in South Dakota to record the many
Indian legends whioh are still un
known to the world.
ing school. This game is called for
7 o'clock. Both of these teams have
had enough practice and are In fine
The Willamette student body
victlon that a certain faculty ruling I KfcfcLfc I WUULU KhLP
nuuiu re wnnarawn. 1 ne ooiec-1 tttttn wnr i nwrrvT
HnnaHlo rnla 1. n tt ffut ,, I f I HI I J I N I KKA.MIK I
"i-. "rl: ... .w." irJ l","" students who have not had a year's (Continued from nare 1
erts. another of the ten defendants.
In an attempt to piive that Roberta
Is insane now and that he was In
sane at the time of the shootings and
when he. is alleged to have signed a
rurported confession, introduced by
he prosecution, the defense will
Dr. E. R. Ahlman, Hoqnlam; Dr.
William House, Portland, and Dr. A
C. Calhoun. Seattle.
An endeavor to introduce a pam
phlet said to have been circulated in
and about Centralia, which referred
to alleged attempts to drive the I.
W.W. from Centralia, was not al
lowed by the court at this time, al
though It was announced by the de
fense that It woud be offered later
as an exhibit.
A feature of Barnett's testimony .,.,-
. that hA Tio.n . a I uriory.
ty attorney of Lewis county .standing
on a corner opposite the I.W.W. hall
watching the alleged sacking of the
hall and the subsequent burning o
work in the fundamentals of nubile
speaking should not be allowed to tne commission and Governor Olcott
try out for participation in collegiate appointed a committee consisting of
debates or oratorical contests. This nine men to perform the task. Mem
bers or this committee included H.
J. Overturff. Robert S. Gill. Frank
Green, A. C. Dixon. Sandy McLean.
Antoine Labbe. Thomas McCusker, E.
C. Apperson and J. H. Brooks
Included In Mr. Keeley's charges
against the commission special ref
erence was made to the Dibbern case,
which had been widely advertised as
a result of the litigation and news
Following the investigation the
committee filed a report with Gov
ernor Olcott In which they vindicat
ed tne commission of any intentional
Neither Mr. Brown nor Mr. Mar
shall would comment, on the threat-
ruling, which, has been in effect for
several semesters, saams unjust in-
aemntH o a n nitnll ha, vafnA tK
.T , proficiency that makes him excel In
examination of RoterTa fcefore court debate or oratory without this pre-
w . VT. "m'nary training, he should be al-
w .,. ' .-TM 7 "'""" lowed to participate in these actlvi
who will conduct the examination are t-
There is much to be said, seeming
ly, on both sides of this question;
faculty and student body alike are
somewhat divided as to its proper
solution. However, after some de
bate yesterday the student body pass
ed an almost unanimous resolution
that a recommendation be made to
the faculty that all college students.
whether they bad had fundamental
principles in public speaking or noL
first street, Salem; J. C. Jackson,
2751 Laurel avenue, Salem; Mrs
Rose Christofferson, Salem; Allen
Pence $ 1395 North Liberty street,
Salem; Mrs. Agnes Gregg Gardener,
2015 .Maple avenue, Salem; Mrs
Rose L. Cooper. 1745 South Liberty
street; Mrs. Lillle Thompson, 551
North Sixteenth street, Salem; Jo
hanna. C. Gittens. 816 Mill street
Salem Mrs. Emma Fosnet. R. F. D
No. 1, Salem; George Lamb. Donald;
WUlllam S. Cotton. R. F. D. Salem;
Hilma Aglren. Waconda: Mrs. II. B
Hoffman. Route 6. Salem: Mrs. Hat
tie Blodgett, Route 6. Salem, and
Asa Simmons. R. F. D. 6, Salem.
be allowed to try out for debate erLened BU,t ,ast n,ht-
! Band Music
Saturday, February' 21
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FANS ARE EAGER
FOR FIRST GAME
SALEM BOYS TO
SHARE IN HONOR
(Continued from page 1)
See Our Beautiful
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We make any f tyle hats to suit your taste
It will pay you to see us before you buy
) Salem Variety Store
152 North Commercial Street
the spirit of evil, and the victory
over our enemies. Also at the crown-
ling the spirit of America stands
GIoiV. hn rln(a with Vio oar
Salem's Baseball Team Looms vp,tran; standing to the wt of the
n as principal ngure, svmDOiizing tne
aS Winner DUSineSS Men armies which were always ready to
n ...... ft. I Ik-.--.1! right for the good of humanltp.
UOnate Liberally Universal fame is symbolized by
the winged firure flvine over the
Salem is certainly going to have a group and trunnvetin to the world
regular Dau team to enter In the the great triumph In which the
race of the coming season. This is I'nited States participated. The
doubly sure; first, because Manager American eagle poised on the staff
maay uisnop is devoting so muebjof Peace, watches xealously and
untvicu runs; w jui- iiunaa reaay io swoon in case our
tmg tne proposition across, and-
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secona oecause saiem people ana th oeace of the world aeoulred.
ZZa ii. ,t I. 7 v .J . Tne ent,re ro"P ,B framed by a
Lfl,l.T' 11 " 19 8h0Wn h7 tnelr border of oak and IsnrH leaves.
v""' ""Fi' which aro nl of. m.AA .,
Manager Dishon is a busv man
n-lK ,k. . I . t . . j vw, o.
v.." l?e. iem " . At tbe foot the flag of France and
ler Tra-afVr drard. Joined together
ul 7?".Bftr. e?.m?t?I ? C"py.,! by a wreath which is the mark of
;.;iVr;; homage France pay.
v i"wn wuu gaie iiieir iie lor
liberty and Justice
The lines engraved on the wall be
hind the group are taken from one
of Victor Huro's noms and when
"For those who devoutly died for
It is right that the people come and
pray at their tombs."
The 25 eople of Marion and Pjlk
He is gathering players for a win
ning team and directing the erec
tion of the grand stand at the new
Park at 12th and Oxford streets and.
most important of all at present. In
securing financial backing.
Approval has been officially ariven
the undertaking by the city council.
tne commercil club. Salem Elks club.
and the Business Men's league. Fi
nancial aid also ha been forthcom
ing and the following contributions counties who will receive the French
KEELEY CASE IS
UP FOR HEARING
Supreme Court Recedes From
Position Assumed in Order
Made Last Monday
KEKLEY 3 FRONT ,
The Oregon supreme court, (n an
order issued here yesterday receded
from its position of Monday when it
ruled against the permanent admis
sion of Lee Roy Keeley, a Portland
attorney, to practice law In Oregon
and granted him permission to pre
sent his case bt-TCTi e the court. In
another order the court franted Mr
Keeley an extension of bis temporary
permit under which he has been
practicing law since he became a res
ident of this state. The lattr ordr
according to the court, will contin
ue In effect until the case is finally
disposed of which will probably not
be later than March.
Mr. Keeley appeared before the
courtO in person and charged that a
grave injustice has been done him
for the reason that he never had
been given an oppoituntty to present
or argue nl can or to compel tne
attendance of wimse in hlc behalf
It was also contended by the petition
er that none of the objections filed
against him had been sustained, yet
he had been denied admission to the
bar without any reason of record for
such denial and without opportunity
to meet and answer the reasons If
The charges against Mr. Keeley
were filed with the court by A. B.
Rldgway. secretary of tbe Oregon
State Bar association and allege ir
regularities in both the private and
professional life of the attorney.
Mr. Ridgway was notified of the
action of the court this afternoon.
and It is expected that he will be
present at the hearing to press his
BUT THE TRUTH
Monday Tuesday .
Pockets tbe Latest
Thing in Batting Suits
Worn at Palm Beach
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First Boy Wnat are yon going
to give your brother for his birthday,
Second boy I don't know. I
gave him measles last year.
THE BEST HEALTH
FOUNDATION - w
.Mrs. ArcallMild McNeil, Jr.
This Is the very last word in bath
ing suits, advices from Palm Beaoh
state. Notice the pocket.' When
Mrs. Archibald McNeil. Jr.. of
Bridgeport. Conn., who was Miss Ann
Orr, appeared on the beach in her
new outfit she created uite a stir
among the members of the fashion
HE best foundation upon
which to build your health
and that of your family la
sanitary plnmbing. That's the
sort of work we do. We will In
stall In your home the conveni
ences for which your folks have
been eager for some time. Why
not talk It over with us?
Plumbing, Tinning and Furnaces
255 Chemeketa St. Phone ISO
We have In stock, recleaned. some
of the best varieties of:
GREY AND WHITE OATS
UTAH LAND PLASTER
We have a car that will be here
In several days and will make spe
cial price If taken from the car
We manufacture mlllrun, short
middlings, ground barley, rolled
barley, ground wheat, rolled oats.
We work on close margins get
Also carry molasses shady brook
alfalfa meal dry alfalfa meal
and poultry supplies
CHERRY CITY MILLING
300 South Church
A. N. Bush. $100: H. L. Stiff. $50:
J. u. ferry. $25; The Gray-Belle
$25: The Spa. $25: Fred Kunts. $25:
..W. Moore. $25; Curtis B. Cross.
2a; C. P. Bishop. $25: Anderson
Brown. $25; Hauser Brothers. $25;
I memorials are: Mrs. F. A. Baker.
355 North Eighteenth street. Sajem;
John Etter. 995 Canitol street. Sa
lem Mrs. William O'Neill, 497 South
Capitol street. Bslem: Mrs. iUari
jWewlinr. 946 South Twelfth street.
Salem; Mrs. Marie Wilcox. 625 No
T. G. Bligh. $25: F. G. Deckebach. Sixteenth atret Walter T. Ta fir
; umora w. Brown, $25; J. I Salem; Clarence H. Barenes. Salem;
n wren, za. Mrs. Kate Deranlean. 1107 North
campaign for further funds to Eighteenth street. Salem; John W.
be sufficient for the construction oflFnnfr itis uir9 a,n. e.um.
the crand stand will be begun soon. Jaines McClellan, 205 North Twenty-1
Flyer Reaches Portland
En Route to Camp Lewis
FORTLAND. Feb. 19. After hav
ing flown here today In an airplane
from Eugene on tbe second leg of
a planned trip from San Francisco
to Seattle to mark out forest patrol
routes. Major A. D. Smith decided
to rest nntil tomorrow before contin
uing northward. .
Rigger Fatally Injured
When Struck by Timber
ASTORIA. Or., Feb. 19. Antony
Valuatlch. head rigger at the Big
Creek Logging company's camp near
here, was killed today by the fall of
a sapling which struck and chushed
hla head, .
Dentistry Under the
E. R Parker System
IF your tcelh need filling, a dentist
who makes a specialty of fillings
can do the work best
If you neeri crowns or bridge
work, a crown and bridge dentist
is the man you want.
If artificial teeth arc required,
you can get the most satisfaction
from a dentist skilled in plate
If a toolh must come out, a first-class extractor can lake
it out without hurting. t
If your teeth arc diseased, a dentist with full knowl
edge cf the subject should be consulted.
This is the kind of dentistry done
ia offices using the E. H. Parker Sj-s-tcm.
The kind of work you need is
done by the man who knows how to
do it particularly well.
t Examinations and advice free
Registered Dentists Using the
E. R. PARKER SYSTEM
Dr. D. M. Ostfen Dr. E. B. Miller
. Dr. P. V. Grcif
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