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TirK OREOON STATr.MMA.Vi WKHXEftliAY, MAltf H 21. i'r20.
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r i;n h lkxohk fishkk.
O F regret to aociety is the depar
ture of Mrs. Robert Kinney
and her small son. who have
been visiting Mrs. 'Kinney' mother.
Mrs. A, N. Moores, Tor a time. They
were joined Saturday by Mr. Kinney
gnd with him . motor 3d-back to .'As
toria Sunday. During her visit here
Mrs. Kinney was the inspiration, for
a number of social affairs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. WlckhanV Mr.
and Mrs. T. C. Dietrich, Miss Marlon
Cumruina. Mrs Margaret.Truiup.and
William Ripley, of Portland formed a
party who motored to Salem' Sunday
and were tne iuest& of Mr, and Mr
Carl Rueff. ..' -si . 4
Installation f niyly elected-officers
of Joshua Smith camp. Song of
Veteran?, took place Monday even
ing at their encampment hall, coa
ducted by Col. K. Hofer. past com
mander of Oregon division. . The
following were inducted into officer
Silas ; K. Howard, commander; Sol
Drake, junior vice commander; E. J.
Raymond, chaplain; 11. F. Pound.
secretary-treasurer. , A farewell
was tendered Comrade J. H. Arnold.
who leaves this week with his fam
lly to live on their farm at Jeffer
son. He poke of leaving Salem
with sincere regrets. Tue affair
closed with refreshments.
The Daughters of 'Veterans ten
der the Grand -Army and iSons of
veterans ana tneir lamiuesi a recep
tion at Grand Army hall in the arm
ory this evening, at which there will
be entertainment and refreshmeut
. f . i I All
ror me mre painnwr nratrs. .in j
belonging or eligible are cordially in
vited to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Littler ha.e
returned from a week-end vlalt spent
at th home of Mr. and Mr. Charles
A. Littler at Forest Grove.
Miss Vera Smith, a student at
Oregon Agricultural college is upend
ing her spring vacation at the home
of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter
The Woman's Foreign Mlnslonary
society of the Jason Lee Methodist
church will hold its business meet
ing and quarterly tea at the home
of Mr. D. V. Denny. 1001 North
Cottaxe street, at 2:30 o'clock this
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Corby enter
Uined for a abort visit at their home
Ray Da Rjtte. a student at the Ore
gon Agricultural' college.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson of
Des Moines. Iowa, will leave this
1 1 j morning for their Lnir.t ; r 2 7 !!
of several weeks with Mr. and Mrs.
P. A. Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. I-ee CapfiMd and
Mr. and Mrs. lister I hi vis have re
turned front Portland- where tn-r
motored to be the guecl for-a few
(iays of Mr. and Mrs, Jaruos Huehaj
uan and Mr. and Mrs. John Savage.
Mr. 5nd Mrs. Glenn lMn.r of Se
attle are vikiting wiih th.lr parent.
Mr. and Mrs. S. 15. Piper for several
days stay in thbt city.
Mr. and Mn. Ilav Marker of Cnve.
(Ore., arived lai night from their
home and. ara the gueals for a visit
j f aeveral days of Mr. and Mrs. it.
TWO EXTRA REELS
Practically a Double Show
At No Advance in Price
Ye LIBERTY THEATRE
Grocers to Reopen
Case Against Packers
rillCACn llareh ?S Miitaiitta.
I fied with the recent government de
cree, ummng tne acuvmea oi toe
llg five" packers, the national
wholesale grocers' association an
nounced today that its rase against
the packers and railroads would be
re-opened before the interstate com
merce 'commission. The hearing is
set for March 2 In Chicago.
A. Davles. president of the gr -cers'
association, in a communita
rian to tht? members, declared that
the cleeree obtained bv Attorney
General Palmer against the packers
failed "to t of mncb consequence
to the wholesale grocers, so far aa
the propositions are. concerned for
which we have been fighting before
"Have some alga dls morn In.
J-Ue? ' asked the ebony waiter.
"Not this morning, Sam." replied
the man of the bench, adjusting his
spectacles preparatory to distinguish
ing the name of some dish oa the me.
nu from the flyspecka. .
"Ever try enny of our freah boiled
"Yes. Indeed. Sam; and found 'em
guilty." Yonkera SU teaman.
Famous Oregon Woman
Criminal Again Held
VACON. Ga.. MarrTi 23. Mrs. Ida
Innes. released today from the state
prison farm, after completing a
three-year sentence foe larceny after
OF BAD BLOOD
Pimnlea.on the face, bunches in
the neck, sallow and swarthy com
plexion, sore, ulcers, mucous pstcn
colored snots, scaly skin
affections, constipation. Inactive liv
er, dyspepsia and storaam irouuir
m nmmnn avmotoma or noisonea
blood. There is no remedy offered
av tn th nubile that has so sue-
cenafully enred tn.a. diseases as
Number 0 For The Blood.- An
old doctor's prescription containing
the most reliable alternatives- waw.
to medical science.
Put up by J. C. Mendenhall. Ev
ansville. Ind.. 40 year a ans'.
Sold by Ferry's drug aiorw.
THOUGHTS and THINGS
The bwmess of living, when boiled down to its dearest essence and all the froth
sldrfned off , it jiist a matter of thinking
Each of us, u continually thiakina ideal of our own and swapping them for the idea
of others. If there is a famine of outside ideas we shrivel up ourselves. Children with
"nobody to play with" are unhappy and unmanageable.
From thinking with our heads to doing with.our hands is but a little step and then our
thoughts become things.
It is because men of America are so unfettered in their thinking and doing that this
country is such a fine place to live in. It is also because these thoughts are freely ra
diated and spread broadcast, in the distribution of manufactured things and in the
distribution of the facts about them (advertising)- that this country is such a fine place
to live in.
The originator of an idea is not much better off than before he originated it till he
gets some one else to absorb it and enjoy it and benefit by it )
The man or woman surrounded by better thoughts and things but who pays not the
slightest attention to them is not much better off than the one with "nbbody to play
The advertisements in the papers are thoughts telling you about the ideas that other
men and women have thought out for your happiness. Read the ads. They are the
Toices from hundreds of thousands of looms, shops, foundries, studios, laboratories,
where miliums of minds are turning pleasant thoughts into worth while things for
THE MAXWELL TRUCK
HE'S FAST ON HIS "FEET
He responds with spirit to any request. He
is up and away in a jiffy, gets over ground
faster than bigger fellows, who struggle under
the heavy burdens of their own dead weight.
He turns a corner quickly, picks his way in
and out of traffic, fairly runs away from most
any other carrier when a street's thick with
teams and motors.
He therefore makes more trips, more miles
in a day, covers more territory, ' delivers cr
collects more parcels or freight.
That's why some call him "Speedy"
Maxwell. He's there when it. comes down to
getting a thing done in a hurry.
He might just as well be called 'Thrifty f
Maxwell, for he's a penny couhter, if you like.
He never uses food except when he's work
ing for you and he's almost tsuie to make, you
a. present of his first cost in one trip
OSCAR B. GINGRICH MOTOR & TIRE CO.
Salem, Orfon371 Court Strct
trust, spent tonight in th. county,
jail, usable to give li.000 bond on j
a charge of using the malls to do-!
fraud. Her son by a farmer msr-
rlaare. ber. to take her back t his I
home In Portland. Or., where her i
other children are. was prewriu when ;
his mother was re-arrested
I die' Mn lanes declared. Doc
tors said hfr long confinement, two
ytars in San Antomo. during th
n.ilraiion of tbe dtuprearaBre
of the Nela siiem of AlUfcla. I.i
years In Atlanta, awaitlcg inai. ana
three year in
hr to contract tubereuloai.
tor lnae. were acaltte4 ef lie
cbarce of merJentK Ike Nelssa
stosaen and then were roe, tided of
larooy of tucds entrsst4 tfcta V
Mrs. Eioi Selrsa Iw-nala. Mrs. J.
, awaiticg trial, and -
t,r.Ma. had niKl W. Netraa. mother of tie aslasiec
ivi.men. tit in win ttn Mrs.
I want to see n.y children Ufore ' Mr. Inne. and her ho.band. Vic laars was arraaeO.
Silence Is Food at Logger's Camp Meals
All Talkers Are Told To Eat or Get Oul
Icterchuxch Survey Worker
Trie$ To Be Sociable ind
Getv A Shock.
It you expect to go np Into We
northern woods to lire, remember
one thing: Don't talk at msala.
This aotaevhat nasucUi c us torn
of "silaat" meals at least aile&t ao
far as conyersaUoa Is concerned
was discovered by an lavestfgitor
for the Interchnrch World Mote,
meat, who weal to the woods for
th. first Use to study lltlag ecu
He arrired at a logging ramp one
night and aakd whether he could
get a meal and a night's lodglar.
He was Informed, with a grunt, that
he could. Washing up at a barrel
outside the Lunkhoaae. he Joined a
kmc Mne of men on their way to
upper big. robust Vlklngi ci the
forest. In single file they bu3H-d
along. y to the ground and with,
out apeaklag. With them, the vis
itor entered th. cook hoes, and
was clvan a olace at the table.
During the general clatter of
knives and forks on the tin plates
the city man tried to engage his
neighbors in conversation. The
nn looked at him In surprise.
Bom of them returned a tnouoavl.
table answer; others did noc He
thought that they were rather a
surly crew but declJed that be
would show them that he was with
He felt a tap on his soulUr.
He looked up, and befctnd biro
rrzs the camp cook with a km
carriug knlfa la Lia hand. The, city
man noticed that It was the knife
U4t bad tapped bin on bis shoul
der. "Eat or get out." ordered the
Tbe elty usa. somewhat sarpria-a
and not a little startled by Ce or
dr, and the lonr kriTc, Caiiitd ki
gaeal In s lie ace.
Dcmtt la a Northern Woods Logging Camp, Where Ccavtrsatioo
Mut Give Way to Eating.
In the carap cCce thit atcM th.
foreman .xpUiaed that the cook
was simper nforclsc csstoza Uut
has eilated for years la th wooda
and which U accepted by every can
who works tn the lumber rasp.
One does not talk at the table. The
table la a p!&c at which tm eat.
The Intrrchumh World Moverseet
In Its study of conditions la the.
great lumbering rvgVxis of the
country ts trjla.tp form slate a
plan whereby these men may b
reach rj by human aseaclee. The
hard coodtJomJ V the- Ivmberjacli's
life have bred disced tear which la
expreaalog Itself U Ue Konhwea
la L W. W. tmfteaciea. There U
co stK-h thltg aa horr. tfe. Tie
mtslsters who eeter tie IsmVertex
regVaas are despised an! are re
ferred to aa itusj angxU".
Th majority ol the aVoaea are
the prod act ot the ruthless roT-fT c
ta4 lembertrg ecpiorrrs eoea
l int4 wlUt th. work of profeaitnaal
ajfltatora. Ttm Istercaarca Mora,
meat, la which are coorerat4
all U.e rroteetaat desoeixa&ma
of tKe rountrr. I makier Ma u4r
of the lumber areas ot th. Creat
Lakes niVa, New EsrU4. Ik.
Calf. th. 'Appalachian Mowatalaa
a&d the PadAe Nortkwrvt. ItbopM
to tax some of the a.raa.ea a ad
aaralraMS out ot ooe of ttm aaUoa'a
it laportaat ladaetrlea.