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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
THURSDAY .MORNING, MAY 5, 1921
j a part of the
History of Church Told at
Session of Brotherhood
foll.jwnig year a
was tailed. In 186
;refent Baptist churcli was' dedi
cated. II. S. (JHe. one of the lead n'
factors in the organization of the
Y.M C.A., recounted incidents pri
or to the p'-ried ot that organiza
tion and th-Tj followed step by
step the determined efforts made
for the betterment of the fifx-ial
I'fe of the euriv settlers and en- Patlm anH I iflfl DllhinilS Of
EARLY DAYS RECALLED
H. S. Giles Remembers
, When Herbert Hoover
In a room decorated with dog
wood and tables with huge bou
quets ot lilacs, about 130 persons,
composing the Brotherhood club
of the First Baptist church, their
wives and invited guests. Bat down
to a banquet Tuesday night, pro
vided by the women of the church.
The gathering was held In the
basement of the church, was the
final meeting of the club for the j
year and was made the occasion :
for a review of the history of the .
church and other branches of its
Church History Told.
An interesting account of the
organization of the church was
given by Miss Mary Hart, showing ( slated
that the church was organized on
December 29, 1859. w;th a mem
bership of eight. For the sum of
$25 a year the privilege ot holding
services In the Congregational
church was granted, and in the
that of the young men.
to mind men with whom
he had worked. Mr. G.'.e spok1 i!i
I a reminiscent mood.
Anions those mentioned were
: Herbert Hoover, who med v drive .
I a hack between Rosedale and Sa-
lem. Will. am Brooks, superintend
j dent of the Sunday school and of
Ben CriKhlow. who rode a spotted ;
, rayuse and delivered the Oregon'
Statesman. Amusing and touch- i
j ir.j? incidents alike were recounted :
; in the telling of the early life of .
theV.M.C A. and the things that j
proved incentives for continuing
the work of the organization.
(i. Ed Hoss. president of the
club, spoke a few words In eulogy
! of Herbert Hoover, in w hich he
j referred to him as a super-man. It '
; was called to I he attention of
. those present that Mr. Hoover still ,
retained hlx, membership in the !
j Friends church of Highland, to i
l which he refa'arly contributed,
i AlSert Coopley spoke of the loy
; alty of the young men's class in
the Sunday school, members of
which wer present who had been
in the class for at least ten years.
Incidents of the early church
were recalled by Mrs. John Eng.
dahl and V. J. Hart.
Mr. Hart said that among rules
la d down by the church authori
ties at that time was one which
that no one in sympathy
Proposed Transfer in
voltage. The sum of $12,000 goes
into the new gas generators in
The Willamette valley system
' also will receive the benefit of the
steam emergency unit which is
being installed in Portland at a
cost of $400,000. This will be of
advantage here during the low
water period when water power
is likelv to fall and will prevent
lng such periods.
nation 8 of The iystem dur- senate Administration For-W of the rcvoIt can be ""
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well armed, many wearing rousn APULLU ULUt IVt U tTfl V LtJJtA
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telegraph wires have been cut aim
many railway bridges blown up.
The inter-allied commission, the
note declares, admit that the Ger
man population is blameless and
has promised to intervene, but.
unfortunately, with the exception
of the declaration of martial law,
no tangible success In the sup-
SETTLERS ASK HEARING
ces Lead in First Disar
Sale of Assets and Not Lia
bilities Might Cause
Trouble is Fear
BORAH IS TURNED DOWN
Pacific Coast Incorpor
ated in Measure
with the south at the time of the
Civil war was allowed to retain
their membership In the churcli
nor could they he admitted into
the church. Each member was
supposed to pay "certain amounts
into the treasury of th church,
and should they fail to do so. the
pastor could not hold the church
liable for the amount due. Both
of these rulings were soon done
awav with, however, he said.
Music for the event was furn
ished by Miss Alice Roth singing
a group of songs, the women'
quartet, two selections and Don
Edmonds and Marjorie Edmonds
a cornet and piano duet
WHITES HIS THANKS FROM
Only men and women who have
sulfered from kidney trouble can
realize how grateful one feels for
r'lie' from suffering. Nathan
Harnod. 621 X. St.. N. W.. Wash
ington, D. C. writes: "I was
trouin'a with my kidneys ror
years, but got no relief until I
took Foley Kidney Pills. Now I
think I am well and I thank you
very much." They act quickly;
tonic in effect. Sold everywhere.
nr nn nn
. , Starring
. Who Made
Son of the Late John Bunny
and just as funny
GED UP NAPOLEON"
A Dandy Comedy
Where the Big Pictures Show
Protests continue to reach the
state engineering deparment
against the proposal of the Cen
tral Oregon Irrigation company
to sell out its interest in the Cen
tral Oreeon Droject to the Title &
! Trust Company of Portland, re
j taining only sufficient rights to
i take- care of contracts with set
tlers in the P.lot Butte unit.
The latest protest is from James
R. Linn and Russell Catlln of Sa
lem and F. W. McCaffery of
Bend. representing the Piloa
Butte Ranch company, who tear
that such a transfer would leave
them short of water. A communi
cation signed by McCafrery and
I)u Bois Report Correct
"It is well known to the set
tlers that an official of the Cen
tral Oregon Irrigation company in
answering the DuBols report says
it was the hardest thine he ever
had to answer because what he
said about seepage losses was all
Another protest has been re
ceived from attorneys represent
ing the Central Oregon Irrigation
district who fear that the Central
Oregon Irrigation company, by
disposing of all its assets and not
its liabilities, would be judgment
proof in event there should be oc
casion to sue.
Since the proposed transfer was
presented to the desert land
board last week by James Stearns
and Denton G. Burdick. repre
senting the Irrigation company, R.
E. Smith representing the Title &
Trust company, and Oswald West
who appeared at the request of
both parties, two other protests
have been received, one from the
settlers demanding an opportunity
to be heard.
The attorneys who put the pro
posal before the board last week
wanted the board to act immedi
ately ana presented a written or
der for the board to sign in ap
proval of the transfer . State En
gineer Cupper, however, refused
toaccede to this, declaring he
wanted to ascertain the attitude
of all interested persons.
CONDITION OF FRUIT
IS AT VARIANCE
(Continued from page 1)
idered as mined in his district.
Oeorge W. Weeks of the Kelzer j
bottom responded: j
"I don't think th?re will be any ; pun(Js fQr rjases on
Mr. Weeks has 25 acres of Ital
ian prunes and was judginsr from
inspection of conditions in that
ietnity. The petite prunes, ha
said, are safe so far.
Bruce Cunningham, a man with j
practical experience in the prune i
growing Industry, annar" rather
inclined to the belief that the j
shedding of the trees is ' but a
natural result of conditions arls- j
lng from the heavy bearing last
vear. It is his ODinlon that the
trees have not the vitality to
cause the blooms to set, though
if Is early in the season to pass
T. D. Trick, also a prominent
prune grower, and others have
expressed varying opinions.
SUCCESSFULLY END FOURTH
YEAR FOR MUSICAL SOCIE7
At Detroit R. H. E.
Chicago 8 18 0
Detroit - 11 14 1
Hodge. Kerr and Schalk; Suth
erland. Ehmke. Middleton and
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4 ACT COMEDr
"Tic Man From Home"
Annual Play of Fourth
Presentation Of "The Man From
Home," a four-act comedy written
under the co-authorship of Booth
Tarkington and Harry Leon Wil
son, has been announced by the
senior class of the high school
which will offer the popular com
edy on June 3 under the direc
tion of Miss Mabel Davennport.
The play is offered as the annual
Although .the third of a series
of comedy-dramas to be presented
by the high school this year, it
carries an entirely new atmos
phere. The popularity of the play
elsewhere has led the manage
ment to believe that the play will
score a brilliant success when it
Is presented here in June.
The cast includes:
Daniel Voorhees Pike, the man
from home. Alfred Montgomery
Grand Duke Vaslli Vasilivitch
Earl of Ha wcastle. .Frank Alfred
Hon. Almeric St. Aubyn
Ethel Granger Simpson
Comptesse De Champigny
Lady Cruch .... .Josephine Bross
Ivanoff Percy Hammond
Horace Granger Simpson
Rlblere Joe Albrich
Mariano Burton Adams
Mlchele William McKinney
Carablnlere. . . .Donald Davidson
A(W EQUESTRIAN ACT SmLXi'.Ark
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THE EAIIJYLAND fANTASY
riNIMIIUJ larfiri. STMZT PAKAK MJ A.H0k
Voltage Controllers Installed
At Salem, Silverton,
From the $ tflH.I.OfMt which the
Portland. Light Power company,
according to announcement In
Portland yes'erday. Is to expend
on lis system in Oregon, several
thousand dollars froe Into lm
provomcnls in thi.s vicinity.
The sum of $10,000 Wjl be ex
pended on four viUiace controll
ers that are now being Installed,
two at Mount Angel, one at Sil
verton and one in Salem. One of
the controllers at Mount Angel
will control the voltage at that,
place and the other the Wood burn
PHILADELPHIA, May 4. Boston-Philadelphia,
WASHINGTON, May 4, ?
Washington-New York; rain. No
R. H. E
3 10 0
Hargrave; Freeman and O'Farrell.
Philadelphia Boston ....
R. H. E.
2 10 1
5 9 1
Fillingrlm and Gow-
At New York R. H. F.
Brooklyn 2 S 0
New York 3 13 2
Batteries Reuther and Miller;
Ryan. Nehf, Barnes and Snyder.
St. Louis at Pittsburgh; rain
Four are Found Guilty
Of Stealing Securities
WASHINGTON, May 4 Jules
W. (Nicky) Arnstln and four
other defendants were found guil
ty tonight of charges of conspir
acy to bring stolen securities into
the District of Columbia.
The case arose out of a $5,000.
000 Wall street bond theft and
the defendants are expected to be
placed on trial soon in New York
as the next step in their prose
cution. Sentence will not be imposed
for two weeks. The maximnm Is
two years imprisonment or $10,
000 fine or both.
Soldiers Who Married
Overseas Ordered Home
WASHINGTON. May 4 Ad
ministration forces won ,the first
tkirmlsh today in th? impending
senate fight over naval disarmu
Guided by the wishes of Presi
dent Harding, the senate naval
committee refused to incorporate
:n the annual naval appropriation
nieastire the proposal of Senator
Porah, Republican, Idaho, auth
orizing the chief executive to in
vite Great Britain and Japan to
send representatives to a disarm
Before the committee acted.
Senator Borah had re-Introduced
his proposal in the senate and
moved to suspend the rules to
make It In order.
Senator Pomerene, Democrat,
Ohio, gave notice he also intend
ed to present a disarmament am
endment to authorize the presi
dent to delay the building pro
gram six months while an effort
was being made to arrange a con
fa ence between the United States,
Great Britain and Japan. Should
an agreement to limit construc
tion be reached, the president
might suspend the building pro
gram In whole or In part.
It is understood administration
leaders plan to dolay action on
proposals for international dis
armament because of the d?sire
of the president not to have this
question initiated in congress lit
the present state of Internationa!
As favorably reported today by
the naval committee, the annua
i.aval bill, which failed at the
last session, provides not onlv
funds for continuing construction
on the uncompleted 1916 pro
gram, but also for a personnel
20.000 In excess of the 100 000
proposed by tho house. It also
carries funds for beginning work
on naval bases on the Paeifh
House Total Increased.
The committee increased the
house total $396,000,000 to $436.
F00.O0O, or the same figure in
the bill as It Tailed In the senate
last Harr,h. ' The principal In
creases voted today iDdudo $12.
OOO.flOO for aviation, $15,000,000
to start work on two n"w aircraft
carriers, about $7,000,000 to be
gin construction of a new fjeel
lase at Alameda, Cal.. and other
Pacific coast bases, and about
$7,000,000 to expedite construc
tion of capital ships. There also
vere large increases for pay and
support of personnel.
Senator Poindexter. Republi
can. Washington. plan3 to report
the amended measure to the sen
ate tomorrow, with a view to call
ing it up next week.
COBLENZ. May 4. (By the
Associated Press.) All American
non-commissioned officers and
men, np to and including serg
eants, who have married Euro
peans actually In the Rhlneland
have been ordered home. The or
der affects about 500, who will
sail with their wives from Ant
werp May 12.
This, together with various
movements of American troops,
coinciding with the Knox resolu
tion, is interpreted by the Ger
mans as a prelude to the with
drawal of the American force.
The American authorities state,
however, that In accordance with
instructions from Washington in
November, when Secretary Baker
was instructed to reduce the ef
fectives there are actually 14.000
American troops in Europe, in
cluding those at Antwerp, Cher
bourg, Weisbadon and other
This is above the effectives pro
vided lor on May 1. when ther
were supposed to be only 10.(M)0
American troops left in Europe.
Keeley Loses Libel Suit
Against Portland Journal
PORTLAND. May 4 A verdict
for (he defense was returned by
a jury in circuit Judge Tucker's
four! this afternoon in the case
of L-c Roy E. Keeley against th"
Journal Publishing company.
Keeley. a former Los Angele.?
Ij-wyer. sued the Journal in an
ittempt to recover damage. of
fl;..("0() fr alleged libel, grow
ing out at the publication oPthrer?
editorials and tour news articles
fti 10 IX
The articles delt with th ac
tivities of Keeley in connection
with a campaign directed against
he t,tate industrial accident com
mission and th- operation of the
workmen's compensation act
The jury slood 11 for the de
fense and one for Keeley.
Tb ea.se rrnrheI tho jury this
morning at 1t:3o o'clock aftr
he crrpt-r part of h niirnin,
had been given to receiving in
structions frorj Circuit Ju:Ie;
PORTLAND. May 4. H. JJ.
Vandurer. lumberman, was today
re-elected president of the Port
land Chamber ol Commerce.
Humor Cause). Trouble.
Replying to a question in the
house of commons tonight, Cecil
B. Harmsworth. under secretary
for foreign affairs, said that mo3t
unfortunate disturbances bad
broken out in Upper Silesia.
The trouble, be said, appeared
to have arisen from rumors In
the Polish newspapers that th-i
allies -had arrived at a decision
as to the territory to be allocat
ed to Germany and Poland. No
such decision had been reached,
The outbreak, he continued,
was widespread and had develop
ed into something like a rebellion
in different parts of Silesia' and
the Insurgents had come in col
lision with allied forces. He said
his latest information was that
the allied commission in Silesix
had issued a statement that it
would take every step open to it
to restore order.
Early Order Is Hope.
Then, he said, he trusted tho
allied governments would proceed-
to the demarcation of boun
daries in Silesia. He said he
trusted order soon would be re
stored. No British troops, he de
clared. 1iad been engaged In the
trouble because there were no
British troops in Silesia.
An audience that filled nearly
every seat in I lie arm&y last
night heard the r-econd ind con
cluding concert of thi Apollo
club thi.s season, and at the same j
time was given the privilege of ;
hearing Mile. Irene Pavlolka, one i
everai t? J
- i '
Music lovers will await tie
uncement of the opealn .
nouncement o: the opealnv .
cert again next yea r, f or 04 1
ganlzation during its brief ej
ence has enlisted th aadlr4
championship of those in teres
in tne promonon or pregraa,
of the most brilliant young mezzo, tne ngher type; for of allthej
sopranos on the present ilay opJ music is the first and linest f.
ot tne spirit
COLONEL BOND OPENS
FIRE TO SAVE TOWN
(Continued from page 1)
Polish insurrections. The inter
allied commission. It is added, haa
recognized that the German popu
lation has given no provocation.
Later Dr. Sthamer presented a
second note stating that the situa
tion had become extremely acute
and relating details, according to
which the insurgents had seized
the Industrial region. In fighting
at Rybnik, two Italian officers
and thirteen men were killed. Two
mine directors and others have
Industry At Standstill.
The note says that all German
officials, employes and directors
have been compelled to abandon
the industrial establishments and
that all mines and factories are
at a standstill. The plebiscite po
lice have been disarmed and some
carried off. The insurgents are
. Matinee Evening
kRNUM FTHEM ALL
PRESENTED Bf A COMPANY
OF PICKED ARTISTS
COLORED JUBILEE SINGERS
crat'c stage. With thli concert
the Apollo club complied 1V1
fourth successful season with
slight change in Its personnel
from that of the first clojb.
There was plenty of bright mu
sical inspiration In the successful
ly rendered program lasl night,
with Mile. Pavloska a program
unto herself. The men salhg with
admirable agreement a tonal
balance, due probably to'gaithrul
attendance at rehearsals A. N
Ablrich as director, and Miss
Ruth Bedford as accompanist,
filled their respective ;jsition3
capably, with good resulttjjn each
Mile. Pavloska, youthful. vi
vacious, piquant, and decidedly
"easy to look at" completely cap
tivated her hearers with hr first
appearance. The promisejin net
face and personality was fulfilled
in the beauty of her volcej cello
like in its fullness, withghaunt
ing resemblance of a fluteHn the
sweetness of her lighter s tones.
Rare dramatic qualities were re-
vcolaH nt times and there . WES
ever a display of musical Intelll
gence. Both the soloist atid
A Warning to feel UrtJ kS
fore exertion Is not laxineu-.
a sign that the system lackjriu
ity. and needs the tonic ftectr
Hood's Sarsaparilla. ; Snff,
Lshould not delay. Get rid of n
tired feeling by beginning to ts
Read The Classified Add
Matinee 50c, 73c
Evening 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
Vim War Tax
LOXIH)X WOOL SELLS
Milton Sills -Are
at The OREGON
LONDON', May 4. Offerings at
the wool auction Bales today am
ounted to 10,197 bales. Competi
tion was good and the recent ad
vances were rnaintained. Cross
breds were often five per cent
dearer. Continental buyers were
active and withdrawals were
MADAME CUIUE SIIS.
PARIS. May 4 Madame Mario
Curie, famous Polish scientist,
who discovered radium, accom
panied by her two daughters and
Mrs. William Crown Moloney of
New York city, leTft today for
Cherbourg to sail tonight for
BIG THRILL COMES JUST
ONCE IN A LIFETIME
There's a thrill that comes once
In a life time! You remember It
the time that you were allowed
to carry the banner or lead one
of the ponies in an Uncle Tom's
Cabin parade when you were a
boy back in the old home town.
You've grown up in stature but
not in mind. No man' has.
Wouldn't you honestly like to car
ry the banner when the grand re
vival of Stetson's "Uncle Tom's
Cabin" comes to the Bligh thea
tre today? Well, you can revive
that thrill that came in your boy
hood by seeing the big show with
all the singers, dancers, planta
tion scenes' and characters that
make it such an everlasting suc
cess. Go and see Uncle Tom again.
is much more usefuland
grobably more ornamental
than women used to be.
She is busy, energetic,! full
of enthusiasm; but she is
(just in confidence!) a bit
hard on her clothesand
especially on her corset.;
hold their shape through
the hardest of hard wear;
they allow you to xaove
about, exert yourself, work,
play rest even and al
ways assure you of comfort
and a well-groomed appear
ance. And they are
Guaranteed Not to Uyst,
Break or Tear.
$1.50, $2.00,$2J0 and up to $6.00
Commercial and Court Streets
Follow the Bi Crowds
Thousands have visited &s
store this week to take lb
vantage of our
this IYik Sale is drawing lo $
lose and if you have not tak
en advantage of the many
bargains offered in this saH
you have or you are still los
ing money. -
K i -ft
m A Few More
Siivc on your purchases looi
for some bier suro rises in
paper Saturday morning it,
will be another big event. ;
Get a copy of the Pto-
pic's Cash Store Nej
Mav edition is being.
mailed today. ij
the many wondenwi
bargains. - ' ;