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SUNDAY MORNING. JANUARY- 16. 1021
THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
Automobile Owners Are
Not Subject to Arrest
Until January 26
"with lbepi.lU,aUonst for license f he d.iuitiu nt.' nay Mr. KoztrV
letter. 'Opi.ortunlty f thereior
tnkeu ui tiLs lims to direct your
a1 leu! it'll u lit' fi'l ttyl he d-
o.mmeitt will swlihouti queftlvffij
have cleared up Its work by Jan
uary 2s. 13zl, and tun men ii . ;
:tnt have Wen flooding its ellic
fine the firr of ihi year.
Sam A. Kozer. secretary of state,
has addressed a letter' to all j,o
ie elilefn and ity inansballF.,
sheriffs, constable, dstrtct at
be subject to arrest. The pres-Htuirnnent ou ami after Fbrn-j
en t congest Ion in the department :ary 'I. 1321, and in this rp' ;
BACKS GROWERS 5
Utvnvt almost a d!rter -NH
lemon growers or California ana
ii..' threaten lb rh-rrf. filbert
'and walnut urowfr. of tin-wort .1-
axjm I . . . i . . a - ' - i -
y Resumed This Week
Announcement was made yea-
- i ! i I ' . . . I S a a . - 0 At.
s and justice cf tne pesce n a ,ial bas s, mm is. ceasv..; 1V . I" " --'Y ' '
ir the state notifying them of tt ! Ml be .Issued for all applications Jjeierminca CHOriS Hiaue lO " "j f Vpaulding Lo?eliitf eoinrany in
on taken. After Jannary r ' n the day of th receipt of .lis. n . T . f D r-f , f-enaie. unauce .numre thin city the middle o( thi week.
II trsoB who are not provide Sapr,Ueat!on. The inspector w.u u urui OIU uciorc ,nr!U '.V I.'1 u 7fi. '-robaMy UVdnesoay. The mill
h IHir lirruano Irtr 1311 -Will, ttrlrtlv fnlnrff in limise I r-, r v i.j - - Iri. wl nr I iwfmufr
InkDed -ir of ,th motor velii- la attributed to the failure of ' Vonr " tf-ooeratijn in securinr a:- Determined effortB are
respntativex in Vahinrton maf
!nr course pass on the measure, out
heins the telegram Rives cherry growers
f satisfaction of knowing tnat
. ' '.vnar lx un. In Ikclr ann i-a- ..hl.l., l-tra f lh slat Is re- .j ... .... ' tbrOUgn tne etlOrtS Ot SPna.'T
of.. tale V office will not t.nti! ; '"or o t Tim ihllll Ayoa wer aoc.auon ,0 secure McXary and the O880Ciatl)n. cher-
Janaary 2C enforce the a1'" year. .auUed in the communication of tantr on cnemes ana wamuu anc rip!, have. a fair chance or proter
against motor vehicle owner who -it !. to ha regrttel that many i th- deoartment of Jannary 1 i to have this tariff included in the lion.
hare failed to equip thctr vehicles motor vehjeje owners did not the inspector will : vim join now wriore congrwa.
with 1921 llcenne platen. This U anier a"lv rsi "lb" !2l 15-jyour locality" as soon as possibles C 1. Iwia. manager or the or-
an extenniia of time from Jan-i,ftntM n. .... . dor.rrlne. .lafter February t. 121. a they ukation department of the as-
7..,- i- ,..-f. ih. rnn rce"st- and-that by deferring ap-.- . .... t w flnd hoie sociation. anoeared yesterday in
that the department has not h?en i plication tor such licenses cas;Ki ; that by June 1 to re able to cov4-r i Portlaud before a committee of
able. ,a It expected
Ih for repair work. Only a small
force will hr put to work for the
present and th number ineread
lron time to time.' Waller I..
Fnaulainv sf-td yesterd-y.
FINE FAMILY FUEL
for thoe mi.-j enongh to ori
Ibeir coal here. Hate
liver a ton or fo to yonr 54.
dress and sole how mneh
ter hat aad cleaner fires j5
bave. Wouldn't ask ye te
make the lt if it cost mot
It doesn't. It really costs leu
and the trial will prote it
to catch up the existing condition" of work nj every section of tae state, at least
Tin.- will be nl eased tc
UNCLE SAM KNOCKS
THE H. C. OF L.
Buy Army Goods and save.
New Goods New Low Prices.
?et the address
456 STATE ST.
Opposite Bligh Theatre
the state chamber of commerce,
and presented arguments as to
lec-operate and confer with you. why. if these industries are to be
to that uniformity in construeuoi jiava. congress must piace an inl
and enforcement of the provisional port duty on cherries ana wamuis.
of the motor vehicle law may t The xU!e rhamber or Cimmercd
maintained tbroujthout every ffc"iR t.0w back of the movement and
tkn end locality of the state. j urging Oregon senators and rep-
i resentativeti to insist on a tariff,
'- " as thia body has -become eon-
vinced of the necessity of protect
ing our fruits and nuts against
It was shown to the committee
vesierday that, on account of the
low rates of exchange. Oregon
could not comoete with Italy In
selling white cherries in brine !n
New York City at " cents a pound,
nor could the walnut Interests of
Orezon compete with the cneap
NOTES ON AMATEUR
Preparing for Contest
The executive commHtee of
the Intercollegiate Orator!cal
! ociation of Oregon-met at WiJ
! lamelte University yesterday and
1 made arrangements for the ora-
ene the second week in February. ptiicnunan wainuis ni.iri
under the auspices; of Kugene this country by Japan and tell
Bible University. f 1 ine wholesale at 7 cents a pound.
Th frllnwtnr officers and benator jicmht w.rru .ue v...
; r.nil.r of ihot committee weresgon Growers Co-operatnre
t present 1 II. J. Bridges. K. n. 1
Paul Jackson. Mc
triee president; J.
Stoval, Pacifle University, secre
i tary; faM1 rateron. Oregon,
I treasurer; Ralph Thomas. Vil-
lametto - University; Donald
MorM, O. A. C. .Miss K. -La Hare.
Monmouth; Edward 9ox, Albany
rollege and Paul Wliott, Pacific
college. . -
iatioii that he wai in favor of a
duty and that he had presentel
an urgument before the senate fi
nance committee, urgins a duty of
T cents a pound on cherries in
brine, rilberts and walnuts.
This "condition comes about
(mm the tart thai $1.00 of Am
erican money can be converted in
to $ worth of Italian mony.
This low exchanst has brought
AT SALEM'S GREATEST
Orders sriven to make a complete clean-up of all fall and winter wearing apparel without regard to
cost or former selling prices in order to make room for a brand new spring stock already purchased.
Therefore we are determined to make a clean sweep of all Women's Coats, Suits, Dresses, Waists,
Skirts, Millinery and Furs. This season's newest and best models at the most sensational price
reductions known in Salem for-many years. . . . '
Women's and Girls'
. .- ' " , ? .-V -'
at lowest prices known In Salem since
before the world war. Below we
mention a few numbers only,
$35 Coats now $19.50
Women's ' smart' styles, soma made
with wid b,elts. coUaxa trimmed .with
fur or plush collars; others with
large collars of self material Heltons,
Kerey Cloth-and Tweeds. " " " ' .
-v-.-i;-- . BALE PJIICH '
Reg. values ijz.50
Reg. values $35.00
Reg. values $37.50
CoU at $31.75 -
Smart new belted models for Women
and Girls, Coats of. every desirable
material and, size suitable for all oc
casions at about one-half their actual
value. ' ' . . -
- KALE PRICK .
Reg. values $47.50
Reg. values $SZ.50
Reg. values $57,50
Women's Plush Coats
At lowest prices we bare ever known
for. dependable .merchandise. See
. .." window display - -$
5 PLU8H COATS, now;. .$31.73
$ 75 PLUSH COATS, now... $3750
$ S5 PLUSH COATS, now,.. 42JO
9S PLUSH COATS, now...I9M
$110 PLUSH COATS, now. . .3S.OO
Fine Heavy-Warm Coats In styles for
women and girls, all sizes and various
Suit Values Extraordinary
Plain tailored and novelty Suits, this
season's models for young ladies and.
women, every new and worthy design,
for street and dress occasions, nfani
made with large collars, some
.trimmed with braid and buttons, now
offered for Ies than half price.
$45.00 Suits. Sale Price. .... .22J0
$50.00 Suits, Sale Price. .... .$24.75
$55.00 Suits. Sale Price $27.50
$C5.0(? Suits, Sale Price
$75.00 Suits, Sale Price .$370
$89.00 Suits. Sale Price $43.(K
- Things or interest are happen
ing every day in the field of ama
f?r wirele.. One thins of iu-teres-t
and also importance i the
transmission of long distance
niesaase':. You, perhap, do not
Know that tbese young men who
ere operating thousands of ex
perimental radio stations through
out th? broad United States are
??nding messages from hither to
on, an- ;or any one, free of
cLarge. Thty. of course, will not
rsDnnKihle for the absolute
delivery of Kucb niersages." but I
will do all in their power to j get
This is not handled by on or
two stations' but through a system
of relays. Take for example, a
metae from a person in Salent
wddre&ed to tome one in Chicago.
It would iu all probability be
sent from here either to Portland
or Vancouver. Wash. - 1-h-om
thfre. it would go to Momow,
Idaho, and then to roine other
i-tation along the road to 11 des
tination or it - might be sent
through the southern- route by
v.a of California stations.
This system of amateur relay
stations is made possible through
Die organisation of the American
Radio Relay leagu?. .-.
Tills lumith Is loctel by this
ortanif Ai.:.f as the time to test
(he efficiency of thin system on
a sories of tel mesages, fijre in
number. The firbt will b from
Portland, Me., to Portland. Or.
No. 2 will be from Hartford,
Conn., to Los Angele. So. 3 will
from Sdn Francisco to Iloston.
No. 4 will be from HUecdale, N
D.. to New Orleans, and No. 5
will be from Hartford. Conn., to
Funnyvale, Cal. The purpose of
this test If to get A ' message
through to its destination and get
an answer pack the same .nlgnt.
The rormer record of one hour
and 20 minutes from Los Angeles
to New York will bo broken this
year. Tins record was made in
. Whrn will this hannen? On
the nights of January 14. 15 anil
,16. Details of this t??t will be
announced through the radio as-
Fociatian of Salem in. the near
C.'irin ICKhagrs Sent.
Would you like to send a mes
sage of greeting and 'et an an
swer by mans of wireless? If
so. get in touch with some one
who you know is interested in
wireless or the- secretary of the
Radio association. II. D. Church
hill. These messages will be sent
free ot charge. Do not hand in
a long message. Make it a mes
sajre of about 10 or 15 words,
with your name and address at
the top and addressed to the
person wanted, the same as you
would write a letter. Sign it like
a letter and band it to the secre
tary or thote mentioned below.
We do not: accept messages or a
business nature, only at sender's
The stations of II. E. Welch
and H. II. Churchill are now ready
for this relay work; also the sta
tion of Clive Scott.
"And now. gentlemen," piped
the oratorj "I Just wish to tax
"Good heavens!" ejaculated one
of the audience, "has It come to
that?" London Tit-Hits
STATESMAN CLASSIFIED' ADS. URIXO RESULTS-
ill i - : -i
Clean Sweep of Dresses
Misses and Women's Messali.ne, Peau de Soie, Taf
feta Silk. Velvet, .Wool Serge, Jersey. Tricolet. Or
gandie, Georgette Crepe, and Voile 4D reuses re
duced to about half .regular prices. ,
Group No. 1
Group No. 2
SALK Pit ICC
fiALK PRICK '
New Waists Greatly . Reduced
New and pretty Georgette and Crepe de Chines.
Taffeta Silk Tricolcttc. and Voile Waists and
lilouses now offered at greatly reduced prices, all
tiises and any number of new styles, round, square
and V shape necks, short or long sleeves, i
$2.5fr and ,$3.00- Voile Waist made 1 with Ions
b leaves and neatly trimmed with lace and buttons.
$6 to $t.50 Georgette tWaists $3.95
Gieat big lot of new and pretty Ceorgette Waists
and blouses, round, square or V shape necks, short
or lopg sleeves, have them in all sizes and various
$10 Over Blouses $6.75
.Beautiful line of Georgette Blouses in Cream.
While, Navy, Salmon, Nile and other pretty colors.
(The Old White Corner)
Salem's Greatest Women's Apparel Store
Have Annual Meeting
. The annual meeting of the
First Congregational church of
this city was held Thursday even
Ing, January 13. in the parlors
of the church.- A splendid din
ner prepared by the ladies of the
church, was .followed by a . bus
iness' meeting. ' It'nroved to be
what was . regarded as prcbably
the happiest arraual meeting Id
the history of the church for W,
I. Staley. chairman of the board
c-f trustee, reported all bills fo
the year pa'd In full, besides
liquidating the debt on the par
soncge, and that sufficient funds
acre either on hand or In sight
to meet the last dollar of Indebt
edness cf any kind standing pg
ainst the church.
One cf the interesting incid
cnts of the evening was the burn
ing of the mortgage which had
been paid' off, while tho peopl
! rose and sang "Praise God from
Whom All Blessings Plow." ,
The reports from every depart
inent of the church were In, every
case encouraging and inspiring.
me roiiowing otneers were
chosen to serve for the comine
Trustees W. I. Staley, H. S.
Poisal, E. C. Patton. F. D. Kibbe.
H. W. Brosa and William Flem
ing. Deacons: It? B, Duncan, in
recognition of long services given
the cburch. was made "Deacdn
Emeritus." William Richmond. T.
S: Mackenzie, Simeon Phillips and
Elmer Reitx were chosen to fill
vacancies on the board. - Deacon
esses: Metulaines R. N. Hoover,
S. M. Endicott.- S.' S East, Wm.
McGilchrist and Miss E. L. Kiuic.
Clerk, E. M. Hoffnell; treasurer.
E. W. Hazard; treasurer ot ben
evolences. Miss Oda Chapman;
saperintendent of Sunday school,
W, I. Staley; head usher, John
Bay lie; music committee. W. .D.
Clarke. Mrs. J. J. Roberts and
Mrs. H. E. Chase.
Asj missionary committee to
co-operate with Miss Chapman:
Mrs. C. H. Fake and Mrs. It. J.
Hendricks were, chosen. '
Slick Hi.: Slack,- you've
odd socks. on: - -
Slack So I have! . Now, I won
der whicbK the odd oae? Boyf
Make i Your Own
M & 79 I S
m -r.T .
The low prices on our
Dress goods makes it the
Our Dress Goods department
is equipped to serve in a practical
way those who do their own dress
Dress Qoodi of cv
in this 'department, an
for Stamlard rnttcrns.
erv ronterial, style audffrnde will be found in complete wowinj;
d .i full line of notions is always on hand. We have, theagcticy
DisensM your dressmaking proMems with our Kalespeople. They are experts anj
will a My advice" you. '. '' " . 1 '
3G-inch half wool Tricotine $1.25-.
40-inch all wool'French Serge............ -.$1.75
50-inch ;all wool Storm Serge y$1.75
56-inch all wool French Serge. .:..;. ".$2.98
New shipment Red Storm Serge 1.98
; SPECIAL NOTE:
Our inventory just .completed, .reveal several broken line. Thee are gpeeial
ly reduced to close out. : It will pay-you to lookthem over. Every one i'. bar
gain. . '
.Our Prices Always the Lowest
Court and C6mxnercial Sts.
rorraeriy CUcao Etort
PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS WANTED
The Demand for Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons greatly ex
ceeds the Supply. Oregon atone would welcome a hundred more than she
Belqw are the educational requirements of Medical and Osteopathic
Schools in comparison Compiled from catalogues of 1917-18.
Medical ' .
Obstetrics :.. 160
Eye and Ear. 120
Symptomatology . 234
Pharmacology . .:. 12G '
Materia Medica-.; 90
Therapeutics .u. ....410
Thesis Tech .270
Prospective students can secure, inforraa tion and catalogues of. the
different Colleges of Osteopathy by -applying-to any one of the local phy
sicians here named. ;- '
297 ' .432
33 ' .48
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132 iHec 502
DR. B. H. WHITE
DR. JOHN L LYNCH
DR. W. L MERCER
dr. l a Marshall