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THE OKEuON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, .1321
BY MOLLY BRUNK
THR reception., for Mrs. V. S.
Kinney, representative to
the legislature from Clatsop
county, which was originally an
nounced for- Saturday afternoon,
at' the residence or i Mr.' C. V.
Hfshop. 340 North Liberty street,
ha beenj changed to thin after
noon, owing to the members of
j the legislature being; invited to
j tiplt the Oregon Auricultural col
i lege over the- week-end.
The hours will be from .3-'to. ft
; o'clock, the place to b the same.
All vlxitlng wiveK and daughter
'of olonniai-G cordially Invitd to
attend the affair, as are all the
iwonien In the city, rfftartlless of
women to pit on Juries. The cluo
wculd not name any certain nuiu
b -r of womeu,' hut would make
it possible to call on women. In
p;iy cafse where It was thought
ad i isaLle.
A committee was appointed to
Investigate- and report on the
teachers tenure hill and the two
bills demanding restriction
o-nsureship of motion pictures.
These will tome before the next
meeting for c:irtfnl study,
Iwal . society. Is mach inter
ested in thH announcement jnsf
made by Mrs. Charles T. Kamm
of Portland of the marriage of
their politic. Irs. Kinney-will )ier son Philip S. Kamm and Mis
fpeak to the assembled women
r.n the mibject of "Woman and
! The reception- will be given un
der the auspices of the Marion
.Cotity Woman' Republican Study
tlnb, which Includes the North
and South Salem auxiliaries. Tha
club xny Monday afternoon to
perfect plans and dispense -with
other ;. business of importance,'
The members went on j record at
this time as endorsing the Dr.
-Owens-Adair bill, and were also
In favor : of inserting the word
'"persons" In place of "male" In
the bill (now under discussion,
which Is whether or not to allow
C Burton Durdall
247 North Coral St,
Specials for Thurs-
45c Silver pn Cof-
Every pound guar
anteed 45c Pineapple, No.
20c cans Sugar Corn
20c Sugar Peas, 5
30c Salmon, 1 lb.
cans, 5 for.. ..55c
5 bars Ivory
Citrus Wash Powder..::....-.....
6 pounds Fancy Bulk
Tea, per lb. 28c
Arm & Hammer So
da, one pkg.....5c
20c cans Pork and
Beans, 2 cans 25c
Special, Prices on
Flour and Sugar
5 bars gdod White
. . U i : '
C Burton Durdall
Three Busy Stores
Cordelia Tilden. a lovely society
girl of New York city. Owing to
illness the bridegroom's mother
was unable to be present at the
ceremony, which took place at
the home or the bride.
Mrs. Kamm spent hummer be
foro last in Portland a? the house
gurt of Charles T. Kamm, her
arrival being th- signal for much
entertaining on the part of Port
land society. It Is expected that
Mr Kainnt will bring his bride
to . "'Ore'gou again early in the
Spring, returning . at, that time
with his brother and sister-in-law
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Cray Kamm,
who are spending the'-winter, in
New York. . . :
Mr. Kamm, who Is a cousin of
Mrs. W, Council Dyer, Is quite
well -known here, where he has
frequently visited at the Dyer
home. . . !
Thi regular January meeting
of the Salem dl?trkt of the1 Ore
gon Music '-Teachers' association
met with Miss Ruth Johns Tues
day night, a program of much in
terest being presented. A sketch
or the life aad work of Ethel
bert Nevln was given by Mr.
Harry Styles, who als.0 presented
one o? his children's fongs. "Lit
tle Boy P.lne." The trio, -A Day
in Venice," by Nevln. was also
given, those appearing In the
number being Miss Lena Dells
Tartar, Miss Ada Miller, Miss
Ruth Johns. Mrs. Louise Renson
Robertson, Mrs. A. J. Rahn and
Miss Gertrude Aldricb. Miss
Dorothy Pearce furnished the pi
th president - and secretary of
i be club. It Is the aim of the
Bulletin's editor to get the publi
cation on a better financial bal.
A few advertisements-are accept
ed and the club women are show
ing their appreciation by patron
izing the advertisers in their of
it is anticipated that the pro
gram, for the next convention will
Ik except ionally attractive. Ar
rangements will be made to have
interesting roat tires that shall de
monstrate to Mrs. Winter the pro
gressive spirit of Oregon and th
ability of its clubwomen.
The Aloha club gives its third
dancing party this evening in
Moose hall, whirh will be for club
members aad their feminine
friends exclusively. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Allen are
expeeied home from their week'a
absence next Monday. They are
spending the time in San Francis
co leaving for there last Saturday.
, St. Monica's Altar society held
aJ social afternoon in the K. of
P.'s ball Weanesday afternoon,
the members of the Catholic Wo
man's lea&ue to meet at 2:30
o'clock in the same place this afternoon.
Mrs. Fred KIrkwood enter
tained the members of the Yomar
co Bible class of the First Meth
odist church Tuesday evening, on
its regnlar monthly social date.
A committee composed of Mrs.
Klmer Campbell. Mrs. 11. V. Ilol
lenberg and Mrs. Arthur Fleming,
president of the class assisted dur
ing the evening.
About -40 were present. Rev.
and Mrs. Blaine K. Klrkpatrick
being additional guests. Business
matters claimed the earlier por
tion of the evening, an impromptu
program following,, in which Ri
chard Barton was heard in vocal
m.Ios, Miss Lucille Barton playing
an accompaniment. Mrs. Ronald
Ulover also contributed two readings.
Appropriations Arc Asked of
The Mothers club of the. High
land school will meet in the school
building thl afternoon at 3:30
o'clock. The new picture which
the club has secured has been
framed, and will be awarded to
the room having the largest
Tin ruber of mothers represented at
this meeting. An attractive pro-j
gram has been prepared and busi
ness of - Importance concerning
ways and means to continue the
branch library of the school, win
come up for discussion , hence a
large attendance of mothers and
patrons is desired.
Mrs.' George Terwilllgier left
Tuesday night for Oakland. Calif..
baing called there by the serious
Applications for permit to ap
propriate water have been filed
in the oftice of the state engineer,
Percy A. Cupper, byA. B. Gates,
F. W. iJiyder and S. B. Sande
fer of Portland for the appro
priation of water from Maupin
springs, in Wasco county, for ir
rigation, municipal, and power
By Arthur J. Pepin of Chit
wood, covering the appropriation
ot water from Crystal creek and
tributaries, and tributaries of
Haines lake, for Irrigation, do
mestic and fish hatchery purpo
By Ed Sischo of Gates; cover
ing the appropriation of watr
from Fish creek for Iriigation
and domestic use In Marion coun
By Edward ffcpperfleld of Yai
uax, covering the appropriation
of water from two small springs
for irrigation of "la acres in Kla
By Clarence 1tbbertsfn cf Mon
ument. covering the appropria
tlon of water fmm Elk creek for
Irrigation of 10 acres In, Jackson
county. ; ,
By F. T. Chapman of Portland,
covering th appropriation of
water fFom a spring for domes
tic use and irrigation of a five-
acre tract, i
By W. H, Miller of Gold Hill,
covering the appropriation - of
water from East and Middle forks
ot Foot creek for Irrigation of IS
acres in Jackson county.
By (James Johns, covering the
appropriation of Watr from Gen
try creek for storage in the Johns
reservoir to be used for irrigat
Ing 51 acres near Pendleton, In
anoarcompanimenc. Vf J Illness of her mother, Mrs. Mar
Plans were made at this time ,-,,, ho. mam
C atarrh Is an excessive pecre-
tion, accompanied with chronic in
flammation, from the mucous
membrane. Hood's Sarsaparilla
acts on the mucous membrane
through the blood, reduces inflam
mation, establishes healthy action
and radically cures all case of ca
for the next organ reftal- to ba
given Sunday afternoon in the
First Christian church, when Pro
fessor T. R. Roberts and Profe?
cor E. W. Hobson will be the so
loists. ' " ; .'" 'Z "-.' -."'-;. "
Mrs. Percy A. Young of AI
Bany, who his many friends in
Salem. n in los Angeles, trhere
she is feeing entertained as the
guest of her daughter, Mrs, Bo
gar t Rogers. Mr. Young left Sat
urday night to Join them, with
Mrs. Young to remain in Califor
nia about a month.
1 Mrs. .Ida B. Callahan, presi
dent of the Oregon Federation of
Women's (clubs, " has received
word - that Mrs. Thomas Winter,
president of the General Feder
ation of Women's clubs, will be
In Oregon May 31 and June 1
and 2. and if it Is convenient to
the Pendleton women who .will
entertain the 1921 state conven
tion that gathering will be held
on the datss mentioned by Mrs.
Mrs. John Van Zante. treasu-r
rer of the Oregon federation, has
suggested that each club send to
her the subscription price of the
Clubwoman's Bulletin which is
Issued ach month and . sent to
velle Mackenzie, who has many
friends here, gained through her
extended visit as the guest of her
Lincoln day, Saturday the 12th.
will be appropriately commemor
ated with a program in the arm
try, which will b3 under the aus
pices of the W R. C and G. A.
R. ' .
Mrs. E. Brnae of Portland was
a visitor in Salem yesterday. Mrs.
Brune, Is remembered in Salem
as Miss Julia Raymond, having
formerly been engaged in news
paper work here. . ;
- - ' ' "
Prof, and Mrs. Florlan Ton
Eschen left .Wednesday night for
an extended tour of California,
expecting to be gone two months
r more. ,
Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Griffith
went to Portland 'the first of the
week to spend several days, stop
ping at the Imperial hotel. . .
Mrs. Ida M. Cttmmlng-s. county
school superintendent of Linn
county came up from Albany
Tuesday to confer with the Unn
county delegation at the legisla
The Neighbors of Woodcraft
will give an old-fashioned eonn-
try fair on Friday night. The
public is cordially invited.
ylded that three-loiirths (Instead
of two-thirds) of the reserve may
be depositl. payable ;i demana.
S. B. I'.l. Hanks Repealing
ction 633. retatlnr to notes
laken in paymeai
S. 15. 232. Thomas I'ronion-
Injc the alunduniiient of railway
Hues nf th-ir oi-ratiJn as com-
S. B. -'33. Mover regulate
disposition of bodies of dead ani
ins Ti:rr.i.i!is all ;oxk
"I was affected with pains alLI
m a .
over my iacK ana Kiunt jn.
writes Charles McAllister. I Clark
Ave' Kearney, N. J., "After tnree
or four di7.e of l-'oley Kiduey
Pills'I became all right and my
pain is all gone." Foley Kidney
Pills relieve backache, urinary tr
regularitieH. rheumatic pains, stiff
joints, swollen muscles and other
symptoms of kidney trouble. It
Is a sDtendld medicine, prompt in
nction. and always helps. Con
tains no habit forming drugs.
Joint Committee on State
And County Officials
Oppose Increases .
redeirt ot schnohr and clerk of j pfeighf-RateS:On V0 l
the eiate land board. ' . .J . - . t-', Lj "
The . commltlie rwiDinicnd'M
favorably . tb uiaxure makiug It
lo.-dhle for the secretary of state
to increase the salary of the u-p-rlntendent
of the capitol build
ing and grounds and lb bill mak
ing It possible; for tin? governor
to Increase the ralailes of the
state parole officer and the first
and second deputies at the peni
tentiary. Thc la tie are now
fixed by law.
Wood product shippers
dealers all over the t
early all railroad lins ober:.
In Ortgon will be represents 1
a beating here today when frrr
lite charged by the railro4jiv ;
hauling wood materials win h
trial. Fuel wkk1 alo It involr
Tlie hearing will b -oidKte4
the public serTlee romroitaiot.
I'm- Stalcnian I1a.inl Ad" V Hf tewnaa CUIf1d Ay
Suppofn the per capita Is S1.0f.
. a . . I . at.. ...
as allege! ny siaitsiirians. imw
Is the man who hasn't much
money going to get his -share T
Five Wilt! Animal Trans
fer. Pictures to each child
coming to see
"THE LOST CITY"
Oregon circuit Judges will no
receive salary Increases from
f mon to .'iOm), and practically
all other salary increase bills re
ej'ived the wet blanket 'after
public hearing before the Joint
committee on county and state
office Tuesday night.
The circuit Jndges' bill, with
agreement of the dozen or more
senator who Introduced the
mcasun, wan amended to pro-
ride that instead oi l lie increaseu
i.lary the expenses of the Judges
be paid when on duty outside
Iheir home counties. This would
apply to those Judges whose dis
tricts cover more than one coun
ty when they are holding court
away from their home county
seat but within their diptricL As
amended tin committee oted to
report favorably on the" bill and
it was referred to the ways and
Without recommendation, the
committee transferred to the ways
iind means committee the salary
increase bills affecting the state
tax commissioner, the attorney
general, tin corporation commis
sioner, the state printer, snperin-
in Vxefflark ofZorro"
The Biggest and Best
Fairbanks ever made
Our Prices Not Ad
ranced here 'til Sat
Showing the best
pictures in the world
WAXTS TO HELP 3IOTIIKRS
The following biHs were fatro-
dnced in the senate yesterday:
S. D. 220. Hell and- Eddy
Providing for the payment of sal
aries of deputy " county officials
In the same manner that salaries
of other officials are paid.
S. H. 221, Korblad Prohibiting
tha use of purse seines.
S. B. 22, Xorblad To regulate
S. H. 223. Hume Relating to
contents of bills of exceptions.
S. B. 224, Jones Restricting
purse seining. '
S. B. 225, (substitute for S. B.
207) Hall Prohibiting fortune
telling and other like practices.
S. B. 225, Ryan. Ben and Eddy
Defining malfeasance in office
and providing punishment.
S. B. 227, Hume (by resest)
Prohibiting- sale' or resale of
berries in used boxes or contain
ers. .. ! . v
S. B. 22 (substitute for.S. B.
147), committee on state and
county offices Providing Yor re
imbursement of j hotel bills and
traveling expenses of clrcnlt
judges in districts of more than
one county. t
S. B. 229Hall Increasing the
salary of state superintendent of
banks from $4006 to $r,00O a
S. B. 230. Ryan (by request)
Requiring that trust companies
shall have on hand at all times
an amount equal to at least 15
per cent of their total demand de
posits and 10 per cent of their to
tal time and savines deposits, pro-
r' - U i lis "
WILLIAM DUNCAN ' t
Salem School of Expression
Lnlu Rosamond Walton, Director
1 4 7 N. Commercial
Phone C92 1484J
Special Course in Public Speaklnc
You Will Buy
Why not get the best at first
The Store of .Housewares
U j WW K&rS
Kimona and Bath Robe
Crep or Flannelette Kimonas are always cool asi
comfortable to slip on In the evenings; bath robes, too,
are a necessary comfort your wardrobe must have. We
are showing these in exceptionally pretty patterns, all
sizes. " .
Crepe Kimonas.:.. S2.9S
Flannelette Kimonas..... .52.75
; $1J0 and L50
Oar PriceM Always The Lowest
GALE & CO.
Court andComl Sis. Formerly Chicago Stcre
Who Wants Thrills!
Leaping from high cliffs;
banging on to airplanes
through fire: under water
and l every other stunt that
tomes within an Inch of sac
rificing life and limb Is done
ir. this chapter play In order
to thrill and entertain you
Just to help you a wee
hit we'll say that he Is the
greatest of all Chapter play
stars. He Is coming here in
his latest and greatest chap
ter play Starting Sunday.
Mrs. Wm. Sager. 901 Nichol St.
Vtlca, N. Y.: "I gladly write any
thing- that helps, a mother with
her children.' My little girl had
whooping congh and I was afraid j
she would choke. I gave her Fo-
ley's Honey and Tar and ft helped
her wonderfully. She conld sleep
'most all night without coughing."
This ,Tod congh syrup checks
colds, stops coughing, cuts phlegm
and covers raw. Inflamed mem
branes with a healing coating.
COURT ILL EH"
Naturalization Hearings Are
Scheduled for February
Think It Over, Mr. Pessimist
The United States has only C'i of the population of. the
world and only 7 of the land, and yet wo produce
20 per cent, of the world's supply of gold. i ,
Petitions for naturalization will
be heard at the February term of
court Wednesday. February f . ' A
number of hearings which were
continued from the last term will
be given a hearing at this time.
Thosrj who will have continued
hearings are Albert Clark, Eng
land; Anders Peter Peterson,
Denmark: Louis Phillbert Lardon
Switzerland; ; Fred Schneider.
Switzerland; Herman Nicolai
Holm, Norway; Charley Johnson,
Sweden; alien' continued, Her
man Joseph Fredericn Koehrlng,
Cermany; Frank Calaba, Aus
tria. ':,''' , - -
Petitions for the first hearings
will be given Erich Enoch Lind
berg, Sweden: Victor Schneider.
uussia; noyd Norval Reese, Can
ada; Otto Shieman. Russia. Hans
Jacob Falnes. Norway; Alfred
Heal. England; George Lawrence
Jensen. Denmark; Stanley Ells
worth. Canada; aliens, - Albert
' , of Iron and fteel.
- " of aluminum.
" of automobiles.
of the copper and operate 40 of
We also refine 80
the world's railroads.
Before the war we owed nations five billion dollars. WS
have not only paid this debt, but foreign nations now owe us
ten billion dollars. We now hold the largest gold reserves of
any nation In the worm.
United States troops, backed by good United States brains
and grit, delivered the "knockout" blow that ended the war.
Don't you belie e that we can successfully solve all of the
problems of peace? Are you a bull" or a "bear?" The
Beater. 1 "
Ve are "Bulls"-OPTIHISTIC "Bulls"
Coming February Clear Away Sale
Buy a Home and Furniture
rY7 H TY
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1 P. M.
? 220 D STREET, CORNER NORTH FRONT '
One lllock West of Damon's Store, take North Commercial Street car. As "Follows:
8 ROOM PLASTERED HOUSE with electric lights, bath and toilet; basement,
back and front porches,-corner lot G0x70 ft. with cement sidewalks around house.
Front street is a paved street, all pavements and sidewalks are paid. Thb b a com
fortable home and clear of all encumbrance and will be sold without reserve on the
followinj terms: Purchaser to make a cash payment of $300, balance f purchase
price arranged to suit purchaser, secured by a mortgage bearing Interest at 6 per
cent per annum. Should the purchaser desire to make a full cash payment of the
purchase price a discount of 5 per cent will be given on the sura over $500. This
property will be sold at 2:30 p. m. sharp. A chance for Homeseekers and specu
lators to purchase a home located in the heart of Salem, being only 8 blocks from
State street, close to school, church, street car, and the canning factories. ..Get
your money working.
FURNITURE, TOOLS, ETC, 1 P. M. SHARP .
One waxed oak plank top magazine library tablea dandy; 2 fir library tables,
sanitary couch. 6 fancy sofa pillows, plate lass mirror 16x24; cookoo clock. 8 day
Scth Thomas clock, 3 alarm clocks. Remington typewriter and stand, oak leather
seat rocker, roll seat rocker, sewing rocker and other rockers, climax sewing ma
chine, chest drawers, 2 maple dressers and chiffonier, round waxed oak pedestal
dining table 42 inch top, 6 waxed oak diners, breakfast table,' 6-hole range, heater,
kitchen cabinet with top, screened safe,' medicine chest, hall tree, 4 -hole basement
stove, garden hoes, hammock, wheel-barrow, 5 cords of dry wood, lumber, garden
tools, wringer, tubs, boiler, kitchen utensils, dishes, house phnts, pillows, bed
ding, linens, etc- pic teres, beds, springs, silk floss mattresses, lace curtains, drap
eries, electric globes, plant stands, foot stools, rag rc 12x12 fringed ends, 12
yards stair carpet, Brussels carpet 9x12, ingrain rug 9x12 ft, 6 mats, linoleum
12x12 ft, 60 quarts home canned fruit cloth basket 3 small baskets, feather bed,
white enamel rocker, 2 white enamel chairs, guitar and case, work basket lP
ladutr, umbrella stand, empty fruit jars, lamps and a lot of other things.
1 HORSE POWER'WATERLOO GAS ENGINE, GOOD AS NEW, WITH
26-INCH WOOD SAW AND FRAME. '
Vi HORSE POWER ALTERNATE ELECTRIC MOTOR-GOOD AS NEW.
1 EMERY STAND AND 5 STONES FITTED ON BENCH, '
PLUMBERS 2-QT. GASOLINE BLOW TORCH WITH 5 IRONS AND
PLUMBING TOOLS ' AND FITTINGS.
PORTABLE BLACKSMITH FORGE, ELECTRIC SUPPLIES, NAILS,
LADDER, ETC -
SET CARPENTER TOOLS, SET AUTOMOBILE TOOLS. SET PAINTERS
BLOCK AND TACKLE.
L. H. OSBORN
220 D St, Owner
F. N. WOODRY
Watch Papers for. other Salei WHO'S NEXT?
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