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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1920)
TOR OREGON STATESMAN. BALEM. DREGON
H&sy Notes of Slate
sold $200,000 bonds
hB' d llrrt-ctaM cheese factory
0!TlSwni.ped 110,000 tc
lB,TT.:. loreed-off land.
fefUre limber mill offers
e, building lumber to nurrhaa-
erd of lots.
Albany college proposes three
new buildings to coat $350,000.
Talbot station on the Oregon
Electric to get improvements.
Strikes cost the workers of
Pennsylvania $5,409,417 in 1920.
Portland- Meier & Frank to
build new department store build
ing. Klamath Falls California-Ore-
THURSDAY HORNING. DECEMBER 23. 1920
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Correspondence Instruction and Local Classes ,
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gon power project upheld by goy
ernment. Portland incorporates for a
world's fac in 1925.
Nation wide program to encour
age consumption of low-priced
High grade iron ore found south'
Coqimie to erect Kuoo pavilion!
for 1921 corn show.
Jael-sonville Drilling for oil to
start in Sams valley.
Astoria building for 1920 will
total half a million dollars:
Bend will expend $150,000 on
sewer construction this winter.
Western red cedar shingles were
first shipped into the Middle West
and Eastern United States about
1X90.: In 1919 they were shipped
to every state in the Union.:
Dufur orchards company
packed 100.000 boxes this season.
Hend Central irrigation dis
trict will vote January 11 on
$550,000 bond issue.
Astoria 50,000,000 feet lum
ber went out by water in October.
Portland tax levy will be 4 4
mills against 36.8 last year.
The Dalles Wasco county far
mers taxes delinquent list larger the inspirators sought to Influ
tban usual, due to high priced la-ence loren Handley. federal pro
ber and low prices of grain. h!b.tion enforcement officer for
Corvallls Extensive deposits itbe state and his temporary sur
iron ore located in Benton county, ressor. Mrs. Warburton to allow
iH-schutes irrigation project jwithdrawals of considerate sup
gets president's O. K. for 1 400.- plies 0f intoxicating liquors for
ooo. This approval of the depart- widespread sale. The heads of the
men i oi ido interior assures inevonmiri.v r.rr ..-. ..r '
the selling privilege in lh Sau
Joaquin valley to Dr. George II.
To Kipling aa American one I Mr. Klpliag compiled UB
wrote: "Hearing that you are re-! "Thanks and kept the dollar,
tailing literature at $1 a word. I, Two weeks later the America
enclose $1 for a sample. " I wrote. "Sold the Thanks' aaee-
dote for f2. . Enclosed
find 4 real la itjnr. tela
half th profit on the transac
tion, less the pott if -
Wiliamina advises that a good
garage, a jeweler, a picture chow
and more business and residence
buildings are hardly needed.
Forest Grove rejects charger to
increase bonded debt.
State tax levy fur 1921 will be
$9,493,105. It is over ' 9 mills
ana has nver reached five milts
in the past, averaging three
four mills., I
Extra Fancy Navel Oranges in all sizes, per
... $4.40 delivered
PEOPLE'S GASH STORE
MASTER MIND BOOT
(Continued from page 1)
Brolaski and Newton were In-
! dieted two months ago. Some time
later Mrs. Glad K. Warburton,
former temporary prohibition en
forcement officer for California
and John Costello. secretary to
United States Senator 'James D.
Phelan were indicted on similar
indictments based on the same al
leged conspiracy. Mrs. Warbur
ton atid Costello are awaiting
The testimony indicated that
Bracken, former government phy
sician here for a consideration of
$50,000. according to Dr. Brack
etfs testimony. Fred II. Ander
son, another important witness
for the prosecution, testified' to
various deals whereby the defend-
to,ants were to release liquor stores'
i rmurun itiiu oi tiers, j
It was the first conviction to be
obtained In the government's far
flung investigation into the activ
ities of the conspiracy.
Laugh & Grow Fat
WORLD PEACE PLAN
BASED ON MORALITY
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tion for a place In the cavlnetf but
he might take any one of several
Tonight Mr. Harding repeated
that no cabinet positions had been
offered to anyone and it was indi
cated that at least another week
would elapse before any decision
Tart Will Meet Harding. '
me advisability or selecting a
member or the cabinet from the
soutn is known to have been un
der consideration by Mr. Hard
ing and there are some among bis
advisers who have urged the se
lection of a Democrat to a place
in his official family. It was
learned tonight that one or two
men are high on the- list of avail
able, whoso names never have
been publicly discussed for cabinet
Former President Taft has been
Tikrti1 mnn w InmorrAa'i est-'
lers, but it is understood he will
not reach her? until Friday.
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Santa Claus Says:
"Emid Your Worry
1 Over Christmas Gifts
We Have Electrical Gifts That Will Delight Every Member of the Family
That Are Beautiful, Lasting,
That Won't Be Forgotten
That Lighten Labor or Add Comfort
Here Are Some
Percolator, Grill, Turnover Toaster, Iron
Handel Hand-Painted. Lamp, Torrington
Cleaner, Elen Washing Machine, Five
trciock Tea Kettle, Kgg Boiler, Kmersion
Heater, Simplex Ironer, Itange, Keading
Ianu. 'Floor Lamp, Xew FiUares, Silk
Piano Iinip, Tinted Shades.
Boudoir Iainp, Seairlilight, Bedroom Fix
ture, Curling Iron, Coffee Urn Set, Tea
Kettle, .Chafing Dish, Table Iamp, Travel
er's Iron. ,
For The Boys
The Famous Lionel. Klectrlc Trains. Com
plete Sets from 910 np.
For Father or Brother
Sunbeam Spotlight, Special at $5.00
Osgood Auto Lenses, all sizes, per pair '
4 'oiy G low Heater, Iek I-amp, Heading
li nip. Waffle Iron, Fixture For Hi len.
Heating Pad, Flashlight.'';
If It Is Electric, Come to Us
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CAMAS MAIL ILXRACKEn.
CAMAS. Wash.. Dee. 21.
Thieves some time last night
broke Into the postofHce here and
ransacked several lock boxes.
Mail matter was found in the
lobby and on the street early to
day, having been dropped by the
thieves. Postal -. inspectors are
working on the case. No estimate
of the loss has been made.
DOXKRY XKF.HS XF.W KICK.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 21 Dem
ocratic reorganization plans were
discussed today by George White,
chairman of the Democratic na
tional committee, with party lead
er in congress. Progress was re
ported toward meeting the party's
treasury deficit. Requests to seat
committees to aid fn the liquida
tion on a pro-rata basis was the
plan said to have been most favored.
JACOBS IS RKCLAIMFJ.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Dec. 21.
Pitcher Elmer Jacobs has been
reclaimed from Cincinnati on
waivers by the St. Louis nation
als and released to the Seattle
club of the Pacific coast league.
Manager Branch Rickey announc
ed today. He goes a final pay
ment for Jacques Fournler, first
baseman, but is subject to recall.
Rickey said. Cincinnati only re
cently claimed Jacobs from the
Cardinals by waiver.
Yes, and Useful, Too
We are showing alraott every tl"ijrn of
klipf-er for men, women ami children, all
marki at reasonable prices for Christ mat
For the Woman
Pretty soft felt itjicit in the most at
tractive colors with dainty trimming.
A gift that will keep her feet wann anl
sun;; uring the winter, and continually
remind her of the giver.
For the Man
Felt Slippers, with flap to keep the
ankle warm, of the dependable and wear
able leather Ktvlea o popular with the
At the Electric Sin SHOES"
'The Longer You Play It
The Sweeter It Grows
FUN REIGNS IN
7 STORY HOUSE
Boys of New York City En
joy Wholesome Atmos
phere in Boys' Club
NEW YORK. Dec. 1C. For ten
cents a year and up. 7.000 boys
of New York's East Side enjoy all
the fun facilities that a seven-
story club house can provide.
They are members of The Boys
club. It is the largest organization
of Its type in the world, devoted
solely to furnishing wholesome
rocrt-atinn o the youths of the
congested tenement district sur
Any youngster In that part of
the metropolis can be a member.
if he is between 7 and 21 years of
age. Annual dues are paid accord
ing to heights, beginning with a
modest dime for those under four
feet, four inches.' and growing
with the boy himself.
The club has taught the East
Side gamins how to be happy
though clean by providing a big
swimming pool. Fringed around
it are gymnasiums, game rooms,
bililard parlors and above, six
more floors devoted to club rooms
and other amusement areas.
Within the Boys' club itself there
are 80 separate clubs. Each with
j adults as -leaders. Two-thirds of
I these leaders were army officers
j during the war.
I Dividing popularity honors with
I the swimming pool Is a lunch
room where a cup or cocoa sens
for a penny and cookies to go with
it for a similar sum. Pretzel ped
dlars and bandorgan wlrtuoses
steer clear of the neighborhood of
the club, for the boys have their
own eats and own music making
In the daytime there frequently
are only a few hundred youngsters
within the clubhouse and compar
ative quiet exists. lBut after the
schools release their pupils and
the working boys finish the day's
business duties, the root has a
hard time staying on.
There are few "don't" and few
er "must do's" In the club, and
each member enjoys trmself as be
is wont. Those desiring to "shoot
a rime" of pool do so. and those
with penchants for painting, dab
the eanvess to their heart's con
tent. Several of the boys study in
the National Academy of Design
and one of the portraits hanging
In the Metropolitan Museum of
Art was done by a member of the
n jt i Villi. .
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perfect ertKlatir anA urv"ws otkiJJm
beauties in record. Ccncntrtc mrfscn
focus vibration and Lecp then under per
feet control. JUrmenic interfereKct o
"bint" u tlinuiaul.
X'ltaj rieM of The Cheney which thaws the
whole ter-tes of epjch-ruirl.uij inwentiutta
within the imttrutsint. &-prxiuce id
caul in bUJi.
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We Invite You To
Come In and Hear
NO other phonograph ha rones
to rival The Cheney for The
Cheney utilces acoustic principles '
never before applied to tone repro
duction. It reaches new heights in tonal
beauty, establishes a new standard in
the art of reproducing music
A full pare of type could scarcely
tell you the whole story. Let us
play The Cheney for you for five
minutes and you will appreciate its
wonderful improvement in tone.
To be cure, it would be timely to
choose an instrument now and set it
aside for Christmas. But we shall
not urge you. We only aik oppor
tunity to play for you.
We Have Several Used Phonographs at a Rarrain
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