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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1921)
By MOLLY BRUNK
ALL" avenues led to the Grand
theater last night here the
Willamette University Glee
club held forth In a program of
music the excellence of which
made it clear to local folk why
tlio 2G cities and town, visited on
the club's recent tour, were so en
thusiastic in their praise of the or
ganization's work. The voices
were splendid in every respect,
and Ihe program sufficiently vari
ed to please everyone in the big
Sold on a positive
t : 1'' guarantee
The most "succejwfur elec
tric washer. Over 100 in
use in Salem. See me be
fore you bu.
: 135 N. Liberty St.
Regular .$15.7fj) gold band dinner set, 42 piece, this
weec for..j . $10.83
Regular $15.00 decorated dinner set, 42 piece, this week
i for:..........!.. - . $10.50
Remember that our line of kitchen utensils is unsur-
passed and that the low prices make our wares the
Still i great many spring
' and summer ladies' hats,
Vthe- newest'! and -most .
5 charming that can be
.bought. Think of the
" saving made by purchas
ing that pretty hat here !
SALEM VARIETY STORE
V 152 North Commercial Street
r Miller's Big
Extra specials tor i oaay
i Economy Silk Petticoats
VFibre Silk Hose....
jjMen's Lee Unionalls
Black Serge Suiting...
c'Black Whip Cord.....
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They are daintily trimmed with lace and most beauti
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THE OREGON STATESMAN,
A most, enjoyable affair Wed
nesday was the informal evening
which Mrs. A. A. Lee arranged for
khe pleasure of new residents in
her neighborhood and some or tne
new members In the First Metho
dist church. Entertainment intend
ed to establish a spirit of cordial
ity between folk who were not ac
quainted was furnished with sev
eral musical numbers added.
Those bidden to participate were
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Miller. Mr. and
Mrs. W. It. Bush. Mr. and Mrs. C.
J. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Blatchford. Mr. and Mrs. If. 1
Marsters. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Han
hen. Mr. and Mrs. Astel, Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. Legg. Mr. and Mrs
Shank. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mas
ters. Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Devers. Mr.
and Mrs. B. E. Sisson. Mr. and
Mrs. I. L. Darby. Prof, and Mrs.
E. W. Hobson. Mr. and Mrs. Camp
bell. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Colwell.
Mrs. A. G. Hallin. and Mrs. .Mas
eey. Mrs. S. A. Kozer has returned
from Portland where she spent
several days with her mother.
Mrs. B. A. Belcher. Previous to
this visit Mr. and Mrs. Kozer en
Joyed a week's outing at Seaside.
A program of popular music at
popular prices is offered in the
special EaJter concert to be given
by the Portland Symphony Orchen-
Salem School of Expression
Lain Rosamond' Walton. Director
147 If. Commercial
Phone 62 1414 J
special Course bx PTOllo Speaking
A real chance to buy your
children's hosiery at a
saving. . What, formerly,
cost 60 . to 60 cents now,
goes for 25c and the reg
ular 25 and 35 cent num
bers go for 15c.,
V , ill
tra in the Portland municipal au
ditorium. Sunday afternoon. April
3. at 3 o'clock. After a drive to
Portland to visit with friends, ah
afternoon 'of music by a well train
ed orchestra is a treat.
The entire symphony orchestra
will play, as at all these concerts,
under the direction of Carl Den
ton, conductor. In addition to the
program of orchestral music, Eas
ter carols will be 8 unc by a mixed
choir of 12 voices. Heautiful car
ols, reflecting the Easter spirit,
have been chosen. The orchestra
will play Massenet's Ballet Suite
from '"he rid;" I)bussv"s "S cond
Arabesque," overture from "Ray
mond" (Thomas): Fitihentein's
"Kamenoi-Ostrow;" fnd KIgar's
"Pomp and 'ircurn.stance."
This concert will closo the ser
ies of four popular concerts which
the symphony orchestra have been
giviiif? this yeason at popular
prices. The plan is to give an op
portunity to everyone who is in
terested in music, to hear a good
orchestra in an auditorium well
suited to such concert.
Numerous motor parties are
planning on goinj, down for the
Friends of - Miss Eleanor Davis
will be interested in her new ap
pointment as a librarian, , whiob
takes her to the University of Ok
lahoma where he will fill the po
sition as reference librarian. Miss
Davis was for many years indentl
fied with the state library, where
she was head of' the traveling li
brary department. Previous to her
present position she was reference
librarian with the Portland li
brary. Miss Cornelia Marvin, state li
brarian, is home from Corvallis
where she went the first of the
week to interest the Woman's
club in a book Tair Tor Benton
county, which will begin May 14.
The idea originated in the Collesre
Folk club. Miss Marvin working In
co-operation .with it.
The fair is to occupy a week.
There will be guessing contests on
characters and fiction and chil-
Fiy. ITCHY SKIN
Mentho-Sulphur. a pleasant
cream, will aoothe and heal skin
that is Irritated or broken out
with eczema; that is covered with
ugly rash or pimples, or is rough
or dry. Nothing subdues 5 fiery
kin eruptions so quickly, says a
noted skin specialist.
The moment this sulphur prepa
ration is applied the itching stops
and after two or three applica
tions, the eczema Is gone and the
skin is delightfully clear and
smooth. Sulphur is so precioua
as a skin remedy because it de
stroys the parasites that cause the
burning, itching or disfigurement.
Mentho-Sulphur always heals ec
zema tight up.
A small jar of Mentho-Sulphur
may be had at any good drug
A loaf of good Bread con
tains all the elements
that guarantee health,
vigor and a satisfied ap
petite. Ours is just the sort to
make you realize thajt
Bread is Food of Foods
the most sustaining, de
licious and economical
that comes to your table.
There's special Bread
flavor and deliciousness
in every loaf of
It's made from all-pure
materials which assure
you a loaf of superlative
Ask your grocer
dren'a books. There will be a daily
stag) prosramj, talks on American
history, out-of-door books, biogra
phy. Oregon history, poetry, trav
el, best sellers, how to buy books.
Oregon pioneers and other topics.
Thero will be special days for
farm and home, Oregon authors,
children and libraries.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Allen have
returned from Portland where
they spent the mid-week.
Miss Helen Woods f Portland
came up yesterday, remaining for
a brief sojurn.
Mrs. E. L. Kappahan and daugh
ter. Miss Pearl Kappahan leave to
day for Portland where they will
remain over the week-end, being
entertained while there as the
guests of Mrs. K. M. -Sherer and
the Misses Anna and Nellie .Far-
A post-Easter party will be en
joyed tomorrow night by the Sen
ior Kind's Heralds girls of the
First Methodist church, at the
home of Mrs. A. A. Lee. The Jun
ior girls entertained with an Eas
ter party at the same place last
Mrs. George Elgin will be a hos
tess this evening, entertaining
Miss Jean Ketchum of Tacoma,
who has been visiting her father.
Dr. E. L. Ketchum at Indepen
dence, will arrive today.' and will
be entertained for a short time as
the guest of Mrs. B. F. Pound.
From here she returns to Tacoma.
The Woman's Missionary society
of tho First Presbyterian church
will hold a regular monthly meet
ing, this afternoon at halt past
two o'clock in the church parlors.
All women of the church and con
gregation are urged to be pres
ent. A large representation of local
members of the White Shrine will
ko to Portland tomorrow night to
attend the ceremonial of the
White Shrine of Jerusalem. The
list wiil include Judge and Mrs.
Burnett. Mrs. F. E. Sharer. Irs.
Marie Flint, Mrs. Frank Brown.
Mrs. W. P. Fowle. Miss Minnie
Mocller. Mrs. J. A. Bernard!. Mrs.
Ida Niies, Glenn Miles and J. V.
A Kensington, with Easter sug-i
Rested in various attractive ways
was the order of events for the.
Three Links club, which was en
tertained Friday afternoon by
Mrs. Elva Estes, Mrs. W. M. Seig
mund and Misses Wilda and Eu
genia Siegmund serving as assis
. , '
Mrs. R. N. Hoover will open her
home. 565 North Cottage street,
this afternoon at half past two
o'clock to the members of the
Home Missionary society of the
First Congregational church.' Mrs,
William Staiger will give a chap
ter on "Home and Housing," se
lected from the community study
taken up this winter. I
Assistant hostesses will.4e Mm
A. N. Moores, and. Mrs. A. A.
Friends of Miss Kathryn Gun-
nell are anticipating the studio
party which her mother Mrs. N. E.
Gunnell is to give for her pleasure
Saturday night. ,
Miss Josephine Barr was assist
ed by a group of her young friends
in celebrating her eleventh birth
day Monday afternoon. A theater
party filled the earlier afternoon
hours, a luncheon at the home of
her parents, 51 r. and Mrs. T. M.
Barr being a final detail of enter
tainment. Easter was suggested in the ta
ble appointments, with yellow and
white predominating. A birthdav
cake lighted by eleven tapers also
centered the table. Assistine Mrs.
Barr in serving was Miss Marv
Those" bidden to participate
were Margaret and Catherine Barr!
or Portland. Margaret Webber of
mi. Angei. Lorena Lebold. Jose
phine Jaskoskl. Rose Tanzer. Anna
Tanrer, Frances Mattie -MarrinJ
Margaret Nathman. Evelvn
Shields and Winifretf Albright.
Mrs. Chris KoffAl entertained
'he "Polly Anna'' club Wednesday
afternoon, members being enter
Margaret and Catherine Barr,
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Barr of Portland, formerly of Sa
lem, who have been spending the
Easter vacation with their aunt,
Mrs. T. M. Barr, entered Sacred
Heart academy Wednesday. Miss
Helen Webber, a student of Mt.
Ansel academy, who has also been
here through the Easter interim,
as the Marr's guest, returned to
her studies during the mid-week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bosshardt
of Milwaukee. Wis., are in the city
visiting at the home of the for
mer's brother. H. S. Bosshardt
state printer. The Milwaukee vis
itors are touring the west. They
are enamored of Salem.
(Continued from page 1)
ads. and this is what he saw:
Nine room house on State
street; plastered . full basement. 1
toilets, bath, light and gas. gar
age, some fruit. Street car Lo
cated and close in. Price $8,450.
"Weil that sounds big enough
for my family and I'm going right
up to the room and tell 'Mother
Taylor." he said.
When mother Taylor heard of
this house she thought it wise to
at once take a look at It. Ahout
one hour later we find the Taylor
family looking over the house
that Trould soon be their home,
and in another half hour we find
Father Taylor signing papers sig
nifying his having bought this
house. To this day the Taylor
family always say it v. as the
Statesman classified ads which
helped them to find their cozy
home in the Cherry City.
novena Eyre (13 years old)
3, 1130 Oak street. Salem, Or."
SURVEY OF DAK
Timber Loss by Storm Is
. Greatest in Region North
Of Lake Quinalt
PORTLAND, Ore., March 31.
Three airplanes which completed
a survey of the damage to timber
on the Olympic peninsula started
south today en route to Sacra
mento. Elmer Pendell. aerial observer
frcmi Etigene, arrived here today
by train and will continue to Eu
gene where he ia a senior at Uni
versity of Oregon. He said that
areas affected by" storm damage
showed 10 to 20 per cent loss. The
damage Increased northward from
Lake Quinalt. he said,- The loss
was greatest around Lake Tyee
and pn the Soleduck river, where
it averaged 8 per cent, he said.
EUGENE. Ore,, March 31. The
three army airplanes detailed by
the war department to make an
aerial survey of the timber on the
Olympic peninsula In Washington,
recently damaged by a severe wind
storm, arrived in Eugene this af
ternoon on their return flight to
Rockwell field, San Diego, and re
mained over night. The aviators
expect to start on the second leg
of eheir flight tomorrow morning.
They Hew to Eugene from Camp
Lewis without stopping.
Captain Lowell Smith, in charge
of the squadron, said that numer
ous photographs taken of the de
vastated timber show that im
mene damage was done. The pic
tured when developed will be turn
ed over to the forest department
and a complete written report will
be made by the aviators.
RECALL OF OFFICIALS
HAS BEEN ORDERED
(Continued from page 1)
dnstrial commission, on being
informed tonight of the proposed
recall, declared that decision to
hold the recall election in No
vember instead of in June as at
first proposed, "is for the purpose
of defeating a sale of state bonds
and keeping . money out of the
Governor L. J. Frazier. chair
man of the industrial commission,
declined to comment.
Attorney General William
Lemke. third member of the com
mission, is absent from the city.
i The Nonpartisan league execu
tive has aanounced it would In
stitute a counter recall movement
against independents now nolding
the offices of secretary of state,
treasurer, superintendent of pub
lic Instruction, member of the
ratlroad commission and possibly
a member of the state supreme
HARTWIG SEES PEACE
AHEAD OF DIFFICULTY
(Continued from page 1)
for unrest which will not be con
fined to Salem but which will be
reflected in all sections of Oregon.
'"Arbitration is the proper pol
icy, and I always advise this man
ner of settling labor disputes. It
:s my hope that the Spaulding
Logging company will reconsider
its action and submit to arbitra
tion. Your local arbitration board
is composed of men of integrity
and intelligence and both sides to
the controversy may expect a fair
"This is an age of organization.
Corporations created and operated
along modern lines organize to
promote their business. Without
this organization of capital and
effort failure would be inevitable.
This being the case, wh7 should
the employer deny his workers the
right to organize?
Arbitration Predicted .
"Employers have said that they
vvonld rather deal with iheir men
as individuals. This is quite nat
ural for the reason that they well
know that Ln times of distress
they can drive a harder bargain
with a hungry man than with an
"It seems strange to me that
Mr. SpauldiuK has refused to arbi
trate. If it is true that he cannot
operate his mill at a profit at a
minimum wage based on $3.60 a
day, this fact would be brought to
the attention of the arbitration
board. I know of no fairer way
to get to the facts in the case
both as they affect the employer
FEW FOLKS HAVE
Druggist Says Indies Are Utting
Rocipe of Sagt Tea and
Hair that loses its color and
lustre, or when it fades, turns
Kray. dull and lifeless is caused by
a lack of sulphur in the hair. Our
grandmothers made up a mixture
of Sage Tea and Sulphur to keep
her locks beautiful and thousands
of women and men who value that
even color, that beautiful dark
shade of hair which is so atractive,
use only this old-time recipe.
Nowadays we get this famous
mixture improved by the addition
of other Ingredients by asking at
any drug store for a bottle of
"Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur- Com
pound." which darkens the hair so
naturally, so evenly, that nobody
can possibly tell it' has been ap
plied. You just dampen a sponge
or soft brush with it and draw
this through your hair, taking one
small strand at a time. By morn
ing the. gray hair disappears; but
what delights the ladies with
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound is that, besides beautifully
darkening the hair after a few ap
plications. It also brings back the
gloss and lustre and gives It an
appearance ot abundance, (adv.)
and worker than through the ave
nue of arbitrat.on.
It it mv oninion that Mr.
Snnulriinr will arbitrate, knowing
as I do that he does not have the
sympathy of hundreds of the larg
est employers m Oregon. I wouia
go further, and in the absence of
concrete information, say that he
is being beseiged by many employ
era to spttle his labor differences
that harmonious industrial rela
tions mav continue in this city.
"The entire labor movement of
Oregon is behind you boys in this
situation, and the federation will
An nil in it Dower to see that you
get a square deal. Something has
v. r. i A with roparH tn niacins
H til caul ' i " 1 -' ' . r
the SpauldSg company on the un
fair list Thls action is serious.
and I do not think It will be neces
sary for you to go that far. The
company. I bejieve, will soon re
alize that it cannot defy the busi
ness interests or your city, tne
commercial organizations, trade
and labor council and the state at
"The nublic is watching the la
bor situation in Salem, and from
what I have been able to gather,
there are few. if any persons who
believe you should receive less
than IS B0 a dav for vour labor
Surely, with that return you will
not be able to purchase a'home or
save any funds for a rainy day."
Committee Makes Report.
Preceding Mr. Hartwig's ad
dress members of the committee
of employes 'appointed to confer
with Mr. Spaulding a few days be
fore the mill was shut down, re
ported that they had acted as tn
etructed but had not been able to
reach any agreement. It was said
that the proposal to arbitrate was
submitted to Mr. Spaulding, but
Instead of replying to the request
he ordered suspension of opera
tions. It was explained by Mr.
Spaulding. according to the com
mittee, that the shut down of the
mill was due to uncertain lumber
conditions and nothing was said
with relation to th4e labor defer
ences. I. V. MeAdoo spoke briefly at
last night's meeting. He said he
concurred in the statements of
Mr. Hartwig, and believed that
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North Portland, Orel
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the very latest pro
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woolen and worsted
mills of tHe country.
Why buy a suit from
fabrics of the past
made up in styles of
seasons gone by, when
you can have the new
est and best and save
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Let us show you the
new patterns received
this week at new low
426 State St
Salem : Oregon
FT - 3
arbitration was the -best means ofij
settling labor differences, To this
end he offered the suggestion that;
the executive committee of the
central trades and labor council
and the ways ana means commit-
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Wash Satin Bloomers
Black Sateen Bloomers
Pure Silk Hose, Black 6it
Brand $1.25 $1
Ladies' Summer Union Suits,ii -48cW
Ladies' special extra size Union Suits at SJ,2$
Long Silk Gloves 50c
Curtain Scrim, yard 15
36 in. Curtain Scrims,
good quality, yard...-25c
Cotton Blankets, 64x80,
Washington guaranteed shoes' or men and boys.'Maye?
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1 lb. ground Sweet Choco
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3 lbs. Gem Blend 40c Cof
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3 Ins. Special Blend. 35c
Coffee f .... .93c ,
14 lbs. Head Rice ft
3Vi lbs. Head Rice. . . .25c
100 lbs. Berry Can Sugar
(cash) $8.00 :
3 cans Del Monte Peas. .70c
3 cans Appetizer Corn..50c
3 cans Del Monte Tomatoes
2 cans Banquet Tomatoes!
3 cans Onarga Corn ... 70c
3 cans Del Monte Peaches
3 cans' Del Monte Apricots"
... ' 91.10
3 cans Mission Peaches fl
3 cans Mission Apricots
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Latest Edition of Ryzon Baking Book free with 1
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M. J. B. COFFEE
Direct Factory Shipment
1 pound 44c
3 pound can
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Another lot of those fine Redlands Oranges in
sizes. The season for thes low priced oranges will
soon be over so let the yoimgsters eat all they want
of this healthy fruit while they are cheap. Buy thenv
in quantities. i ! ,
Box $3.75 Bushel. $2.50 Crate $1$
Special on California Grape Fruit,5 for. .. - - -25c
Per dozen..... .-55
Florida Grape Fruit.. .-.15c, 20c, 2 for 3'
We were fortunate in picking up an extra fancy lot
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color and flavor. Buy therri by the. box or crate. .
Per box $3.23 Per cratel.50 3 pounds for 25c1
Onion Special, 15 pounds if ot -
Leaf Lettuce, Head Lettuce, Celerv, Green Peppers,
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Tomatoes, Beets, Carrotsjl JRihubarb per lb. bunchLlOc
Berry Cane Sugar $8.90 Cash J;
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.TM- timberworkers thea.:weat
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Slack Sateen Petticoats
Ladies' Nightgowns, fine
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Outing Flannel yard jje
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first fauality, weight 234 lbs
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bottle Preferred stock
. , Catsup 28c
3 lbs- Gem Nut Margarine
12 os. Royal Baking PpV
2 lbs. Royal Baking Pow
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5 Ids. Royal Baking Pdw
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h21 White Wonder Soap, .ft
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ji 3 Palm Olive Soap..,. 23c
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j 5 Sweetheart Soap . . , .23c
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