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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 26. 1021
ffl HEART K!D
of Lillian's tastes had taught her.
and handed U to mf on a tiny
tray. : . ;-;::'., -. ' ..:
"Taln't no use carrin up nuf
tn.' she said. ,she wou't
tech Itilbiit yob must get dls ilowB
AAele Garrison's New Phage Of
REVELATIONS OF; A WIFE
WllAT RQIIRUT SAyAKIM MAN
AO HI TO TELL LILLIAN.
- I went to Lillian's room by way
' of the kitchen, lletty had ium-
nioned me an hour earlier to the
room where she ruled supreme.
"Mow's Mis' Lillian?" she had
"Sleeping, I, returned laroril
" rally. : .
Well, when she wakes, yoh
.come i here (an' get a cup. of cof
jee fob V maSttn It fresh ev
' ery I5 minutes, so It won't never
lien too old, an It won't wast a
minute foh you to take It to her.
' Wa'. Lillian, kaint hebbab do nut--
S fin without her coffee nohow.
She was as good as her word.
, As she: saw. me come Into the
room the whisked the coffee pot
from ihe stove, deftly poured a
' eup. added cream and sugar in the
'Is Robert '
"Thank yow. Hetty. I'll see
that Hhe drinks it. ' I promised,
and as I curried the steaming cup
upgtalrs - I reflected upon the
queer combination. of Insolence
end dog-like faithfulness that
Hetty wa. - .
Lillian sat up with a start when
I touched her upon the shoulder.
"Oh. what Is It? she demanded
a trifle wildly. "Is Robert
Nothing has happened," I said
quickly, answering the tortured
query in her eyea. "But the nurse
thinks Robert will rouse soon, so
drink this coffee Betty sent up.
and we'll go down to him immed
She reached for the enp with
a band that tremDiea. i neia u
to her lips, and 'she drained it
auicklT. Then I brought her
shoe and. a house town, and af
ter she had twisted up her heavy
silver hair I slipped ray arm.
through hers, wr.lked beside he
across the halt to the door of
Robert Savarla's oom- She was
visibly .trembling! pitifully unlike
her usual self, and as Mrs. Cos
grove, who had been sitting out
td her hrother's door, rose to
proportions which long experience meet her I felt my frlend'a body
f 1921 SPRING LAMB
And an extra choice assortment of all kinds of
j meats for your Easter Dinner
trade at the Market that is NOT IN THE COM
BINE If for nothing more than the following
reasons ; r -
Pure Lard, No. 5 pall.:-.... ...
Fresh Weiners, per pound........
BeeMo Boil, per pound.:.
bulver with, nervousness! , . the j
jplder woman put out her arms to I
j lie nurse s eyes Keenly ao-
praised us all as f.he opened the
door of the sick room and mm!
but to us.
"Will you come in now Mrs.
Underwood?" she asked ouletly.
'I wish htm to see a face he
knows first. A stranger's might
upset him," "
Ionian gave Mrs. Cosgrove a
slight push toward the door.
ion nurht In nee hfm first."
' Robert Savarln's sister smiled a
"Robert wouldn't think so
she answered. "Go to htm. my
Lillian waited no longer, hut
crossed to the bed and sank to
her knees beside it. The . nurse
watched her keenly, turned to us.
"You may come in also," she
said in a low voice, "if you make
no sound and stand at the bead
of the bed so he tron't see you at
first. I may need you."
I knew she was thinking of LIU
Ran, and my own heart was filled
with misgivings as Mrs. Cosgrove
and I moved noiselessly to a po
sition at the bead of the bed. The
nurse was carefully measuring by
means of a medicine dropper a
colorless liquid into a spoon, and
1 felt my own heart beat nign
with excitement as I realized that
the awakening of Robert Savarin
to life must be near.
1 couldn't see his face dstlnct
ly, but I 'knew the Instant that
the heavy lashes luted from nis
brown eyes knew It by the light
that flamed suddenly in Lillian's
face. Then we heard his voice
only an echo of Its former reso
"Lillian!" he breathed.
"Yes, Robert." the simple
words were a wealth of tenderness
The nurse stepped . rorwara
noiselessly, without a word put
the spoon of colorless liquid in
Lillian's hand, and wunnrew
"Who Is that?" tne sick man
asked weakly. . . ,.
"Swallow this and i ll teu you.
Lillian responded, putting the
spoon to his Hps, and he obeyed
her. As he did so Tils eyelasbes
dropped over his eyes again, and
Lillian glanced up at tile nurse
Mrs. Harding Makes a Wish
the attorney renrl in response, mains In pwNjon ana
ta aa Inquiry by Krank C Hrata-.of the bank ; fbr 'if purpo
v.cll superintendent ut bank, r liquidation after Ihe expiration 01
The -qm-Mluu aked by Mr.; TMd ut das fiom the lliue
Hramwell was whether the cujier-,e takes iNloa. .The lW7
Inten.lent i.f banks. In taking i in the n-atle,
session of a bank, in addition to'j f .
all ep-nses ne-eariiy Involved (Us?lfld ad pays big prof
vhalJ be eutitb-d to a per diem 1t..
during the time he. r-
- r ' ' r
. . .. . e.i)
LADD & BUSH, BANKERS
General Banking Business
Office Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. rri
Mrs. Warren G. Harding, at right. teUs Beatrice Cline and Certrudt Nathan bow mucn w
there were no girl scouts. when she was a child.
Veal Steak (milk-fed) per pound...
Legs of Veal, per pound
Best Creamery Butter, per pound...
Sirloin Steak, per pound..... .
Picnic Hams, per pound....
Dry Salt Pork, per pound
Umeco, 2 pounds...-...- .
Originators of Low Prices
' 351 State Street
FIRST Lady of the Land. Mrs, Warren C Hard
ing, has assured a delegation of Girl Scouts that
he wished herself fourteen years old . and a
member of their organisation!
It was during Mrs. Harding's shopping visit to
New York preceding the. inaugural that she was noti
fied by a delegation of two Girl Scouts that she had
been chosen Honorary President of the organization.
Although every minute of Mrs. Harding's time was
crowded, she received the committee consisting of
Beatrice Cline. fourteen 'years eld, and Gertrude Na
than, fifteen, at the Riti-Carlton. mide then com
fortable while they delivered the notification, posed
with them for photographs and made them sit with
Ler while they chatted pleasantly The President's
wife thrilled the girls with an invitation to the White
ll-Iwould be perfectly delighted if the Girl Scouts
would come down to Washington during my sojourn
at the White House." she said, accepting a bouquet,
tendered on behalf of 15.112 Girl Scouts. Certrudt
delivered the greetings of Mrs. Jane Deeter Rippin,
National Director of the organization. .
-I am sincerely and genuinely interested in the
Girl Scout movement," said Mrs. Harding. I think
you all have a wonderful future in store, "hat I
wiih is: that I were yourage and could start. Me
over again as a Girl Scout"
: Two very proud and happy girls took away this
message of the new l'xtUtn' wife to the girls of
In sudden terror. Hut Ihe other
woman smiled at her reassuring
ly, and in another moment. Roiert
Savarin spoke again with a voice
perceptibly stronger. j
-I failed.dear. I wanted
to bring jrou definite -
news. Hut ,wnen i rearneu
the prison camp he -
had gone." '
(To be conttnuea)
O. A. C. 'Student' Special train
Oregon Klertric Railway t'om
; lany. ... -j : i-r
Salem School o! Expression
Lulu Rosamond Walton, Director f
1 i 7 Tr rrommarclal
Phone 892 14S4J I For the "accommodation of stu
I riant a Ka flrernn VI er trie rail
Special Courae la PUMIe Speaking J way wm run special train Easter
Sunday, leaving fortiana isortn
Bank station 4:35 p. ra. Jefferson
street. 4:50 p. m., Salem 6:25 p.
m.. Albany 7:15 p. m., arrive Cor
vallls 7:40.- f
Passengers will be received for
n r l .
J. W., Ritchie.
(adv.) f- ! Agent.
health of the people of the tate.
A further question is whether
the nursing bureau of the board
of health can use Its fund, appro
priated, by the recent legislature,
amounting to $20,000. to .meet
the conditions of the Interdepart
mental social hygiene board. The
answer is in the affirmative.!
Prospect for Steady Demand
Boyyour IMnnerware in Open,
I in w T.itertT St. pnone i
du- hi t . iVA , j
Law founded on the Bible is
good enough for Mayor Glbnore
of. Morgantown. W. Vai :
A local man charged with not
having the tall light burning on
his automobile was arraigned be
fore the mayor, who assessed a
fine of S3. ' . c i
The accused protested, said u
was a poor law under -which he
was fined and that heididippi
think it would hold water . i
court. I .
The mayor declared that any
law founded on the . Bible was
good enough for him.' The defen
dant said he couldn't see where a
tail light had anything to do with
the Bible. The mayor looked at
him pityingly and said:
"Do you remember the tale
about the ten virgins, five of
whom had lights and f ivo of whom
AiAn't? WaII. If von do. VOtt will
remember that the Lord wouldn't
have anything to do with the five
without lirhts. and neither will
You no doubt have heard by now that our Wo
men's Store was destroyed by lire early Thurs
da,y morning. ' -
, . . -
We WHI, HoAevep,
for Time Bkirig
In our Men's Stored State Street-New Goods
will be arriving daily "
The Immediate effect of an
nounced lowered freight rates
was to stimulate lumber buying
in territory where, the west coast
rates are to be most nearly re
tnr& m the old competitive re
lationships-with southern pine.
Conservative lumber authori
ties, however, are of the opinion
that the territory now buying in
anticipation ot lowered rates.
will soon be stocked for spring
requirements; and they are not
overly, optimistic concerning a
steady demand until such time as
competitive relationships snau
have been completely restored by
further rate .reductions, -which
while not aiming to give west
coast preferential rates, will af
ford the coast manufacturers
equal opportunity with competing
regions in the eastern maraeis oi
j For the week ending March 19,
actual production at 34,638.490
feet was 42 per cent below nor
New business totalled 52,329.
639 feet, ofwbich 12.377.041
feet was for delivery by water.
Shipments touted 64.004.344
rect. of which 13.698.430 feet
r.xs represented in cargo ship
ments. Orders for rail delivery totaled
about 1.224 cars aa against rail
Ljivcry shlpmenis of 1.210 cars.
In both renpects the business for
the week was approximatey 1000
a rnn ri hMw normal.
The unshipped balance In the
rail trade was 3.417 cars as
against a normal of over 13.000
The unshipped balance in the
.ttmoatii. nrrn trade was 61.
534.221 feet; In the export trade
1C, 691. 484 feet.
Per Diem for Banking
The per diem allowance of 110
a 'day by the' state for the state
superintendent of banks in tak
ing possession of a bank la ISm-
Could you do this?
We don't think so without
This is one'reason why the addition of the Deltc
subtracts the entire price from the Butterick Pattern.;,
' Your laVout is specially worked out for your si?e an
for the width in which your material comes.
j With the Deltor layouts you lay ypur'wttern o:
your material as fast as you can pin it in place. Ou
niguiy trainea experts spent iiuub ju xic
What is your time worth? i
tor every Crop and Soil requlre-
: " ment
'SWIFT & COMPANY
; ' ; . North Portland, Or
For Easy Terms and Price see oi
CLARENCE S. B0WNE
1044 Marlon SL Phone 353
jYou""payyour cleaning woman fifty cents in hour
Your time is worth more than that. 4 More than the pric
of the pattern. : v .
So the Butterick Pattern. with the. Deltor costs yc
less than, nothin
AT THE BUTTERICK COUNTER
Court and Liberty Streets
mt ROD LA ROQUC
Where The Bis: Shows Play
It Worked Wonderfull j
Have you noticed the number ot
Mroni con ahins this Spring.
caused by an Irritated condition
the chest, broncniat iudcs or
throat? This coughing is nanisn-
ed by a few dosea ot Foley's non-
ey and Tar. Mra. Anna Stein, 4iw
Western Are., covingion, ivy..
writps: "Your courn medicine
wnrVpil wonderfnllr on our little
nn He is snblect to bronchitis
The first dose helped him." Good
tor all sorts of coughs, colds.
croup, wnopping coujn uu nP
coughs. Sold erery where, (adr.)
Mistland Prune Cargo
Is On Way to Holland
The steamer Kinderdljk of the
Holland-American line, sailing
from Portland to Holland and
Eneland 'left Portland Friday
with 2200 boxes of "Mistland
prunes, sold in the Rotterdam,
The shipment was made by tne
Oregon Growers Cooperatlre as
sociation. This Is not the first
hlnment nt "Mistland nrunes
made by the association to Hol
land, as two otber car lots. were
made last fall on the same steam
er, "by way of the Panama canaL
In addition to the water snip
ments to Rotterdam, the associa
tion had made Its other shipments
to Holland by rail to the Atlantic
U. S. GOVERNMENT INSPECTED GOOD QUALITY
Select Port-Shoulder Roast 22c lb.
FANCY MILK FED VEAL
GENUINE. SEASON SPRING LAMB
EXTRA FOR EASTER SUNDAY BREAKFAST
Specially Made Veal Sausage. :
BOCK WURST AND PURE PORK LINK SAUSAGE
CHOICE YOUNG FAT HENS
Board of Health May
Dr. Frederick D. Strieker of
Portland, secretary of the state
board of health, has inquired of j
the attorney general whether the
board of health has authority to i
sunerrise natholorical and bac
teriological laboratoriea In Ore
gon. The reply of -the attorney
general Is that the board has such
anthoritr - under the law if the
VALLEY PACKING COMPANY
"CASCADE BRAND" Fancy Hams
MILD SUGAR CURE CAREFULLY SMOKED
Appropriate "BAKE" for EASTER DINNER
- - CHOICEST STEER BEEF V
Steuslof Bros, Market
lahnratortes are maintained for
the presenraUon ot the Ufa and 1 1