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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1921)
WILEY IS FOR ;
Famous Physician Declares
; Beer Contains No Med
CROOKED AIDES MENACE
Clerks of Prohibition Board
Dishonestly Acquire Big
WASHINGTON. May 20 le
elaxing It was not possible i. ini ' i
a bomb-proof l.'iuor law. Wanei
B. Vt'Beeler, "Jenerul counsel in i
the Anti-saloon league told tb
hi use judiciary today that son j
clerks employed !' district proh.
bltlon commissioners were mai;
ingraors money in a week through i
dUboomt dealing with fraudulent 1
permits for withdrawal of u!-lioi
Iry tn Tt,tt -Term
At tht Salem School of Expression
Under direction of
: Lnlu Rosamond Walton
Craduate of Carry School, Boston
J47 North Commercial Street
512 Telephones 1 4 84 J
Ko dirt remains In "Hoovered carpatlngi,
LX us ptove It La jour boma. Terms,
- 123 N. liberty St
Gcc J Riddance fyfO
' ',. itt'tt iioovw'N? fill
: I wttfcltspatoated ' III i-s7tJW
i Motor-tWi wki iJl
. tmr and t- JKrtxMX
I ttoa clean anccn, -i' ITVl
S Irttar and daat If
( - autof year nay JT Valli.
FREE -MONDAY ONLY
Vi ; . A Complete Overhaul of Any
i!' C FORD CAR or TRUCK
..To the first customer Monday morning. All you pay
( is for material used .
t FREE FLUSHING
jiWefluah your crank case free if you buy your oil of
us. Any grade or brand of oil you wish
Watch For Next Week's Special
WOOD & RACE
General Auto Repairing
.... Nash Service
7e haven't much to say as the following prices
speak for themselves. They afford you an oppor
tunity to take advantage of the lower costs of
Mutton Chops, per lb....... 12 l-2c
Legs of Mutton, per lb.. 12 l-2c
tlutton Stew, ner lb.... 6c
Prime Roasts, per
Beef to Boil, per lb.... 10c
Dry Salt Pork, per lb ..... 15c
Fresh Weiners, per lb :.20c
Bologna Minced Ham Style 20c
Veal Let Roast, ver lb 20c
loin of Veal, per
1921 Spring Lamb
Legs, per lb........ ...20c
Lamb Chops, per lb.. 20c
Fancy Bacon. Special, per lb 28c
Fresh Shad, 3 lbs
'ancy Halibut, per
y Originators of
NOT IN THE
THE OREGON STATESMAN.
thau i hey would eain on straight
salaries in two veur. Approxi
mately ::f,.iOt,.Mo gallons had
withdrawn in the lat v. ac. j
r . e.i.nn.erably r,i.,,. tUa a ,,ar, i
u.i .-very mm, woman and rhil.l
ii Ui- I'onutry. Mr h'-.r 'ai.l.j
l-e. Aruuiutiit tlr-i.rl I
His was tli.- i oticluding nrKU- '
ni-iit on the VoNtead hilt !.'
liKlilin up the Volalead law and,
.V III -,. ,, .,.r ,,, ,,. , k
Mr. In ! t cdii 1 1 ndfrj 1 1 :t t :
...he .... 111(11.11111 vullons. full, k"
! .cr n ut Hi,,, used mr l. v. ia:.
.lll t,..v,.:, ii,. am,.II(
"'. in- :iw mi iiuti nun- of ii i
could he r iiios -d until by ine.l.
; iaMi ;iinl den at tiring It had . I
rei.dere.. imiii fur .IliiiKlnc j
Mr. In . ; r presented htini- !
i re is .. i. t tiom from many Mat a
most of them troiu doctors, oppo;.-!
j lng any let-down in tin- Voistea i ;
! law under which r could be!
i prescribed for l ho ailing
! Ir. Ilarvev . vil.-, who w.i:t !
! once delegated" lo Mid out 1 wh.it J
, ii whiskey.'"' i, .1,1 id,, ii.iii un t !.
! In a 1 iti in 11 to tiilk. that tli.r.-;
were no medical pi open ies ii; j
l' f. and (hat it had n.-vi-r hn j
I reogiiiz -mI by the medical pin-,
i tession as a remedial ar.ent. :
i Scleral members of the com-
ini!te l.H.k a whack at forni'-r j
Attorney (.cneral Palmer for rul-,
ing as he Mt ppd out of offh v j
that the VoMead law did lint pro- j
hibft that product as a medicine. I
! HKKTRHTION RI-niOVKO
! 'A.S1IIN(5T)N, May 2. Nw
i rfculutions hav bwn prepared
which will enable physicians pr
! nrrihiiiR whiskey for medical pur
; poses to write as many prescr'p-
t.ons as tliy consider necessary,
I prohibition o."(iciai.v said tonirh;.
t rider existing reKulatitna, phy
sicians are limited to 100 whiskey
prescriptions over a period of S
The new reculationa. offlcia's
raid. wer- ready for considera
tion by the new commissioner '
Internal revenue. The nomination
of David S. HIair of Wlnston-Sj-lem.
N. T,., as commissioner. In
awaiting confirmation by the
Removal of the limit from th
number o prescript Ioxis tor vrhi-
ky, it is alleged, waa inade nec
essary by the opinion o! former
Attorney General Palmer, holding
that the only limitation congress
bad placd on the use of whtray
for medical pur.oe, was that
not more than one Dint could v
prescribed for any one pers'in
within 10 days.
WRITK.S HIS T1UXKS FKOM
Only men and women who have
suffered from kidney trouble can
realize how grateful one fecl3 fur
r?lief from suffering. Nathan
Harned. 621 N. St.. X. W.. Wash
Jngton. D. C. writes: "I was
troubled with my kidneys for
years, but pot no relief until
took Foley Kidney Pills. Now
think. I am well and I thank you
very much." Tbty act quickly;
tonic in effect. Sold everywhere
, 229 State St,
lb. ..... 15c
per lb 25c
Low Prices .
Increase in Amount of Grain
Handled in Year's Time
EXACT FIGURES GIVEN
Effectiveness of Differential
In Few Weeks to Cause
rapidly increasing popular -'
' .Innil.i.i i iv.
channels ,,f ii.t.le in (j;.. shipinert
f - r.t i ii ai compared with Pugut
Sound jx.rrs U shov;i iu the tiif
ur.., . I in.. ur.Uii iiisneotion rin-
p;;rtmeni of ih p.iLl.c fservi.-.'
oniiiiiKsion. Thehe show a ton-'iiaR.-
of 17".,H7 handled by ili-
.l....'ltl....l .Ita.i.... .
.. . . .... .n wining .April o in.s
)e:ir. while in April or .mt year
only 2:t.:, ijiis was handled.
Figures for wheat alone ?now
that 'n April of last year 2t;.;,
tons was handled by the depart
ment, while in April of this year
the tonnagivof wheat was lO.ti.". 1.
an I ni n ase of 7.3X4 tons. It
reasonably to be expected, say
members of thn " public service
commission, that when the 10 per
cent differential in rain 'reight
laie.s from the ('olumh'.a basin to
Portland becomes effective alort
June jh the Columbia river porta
will be busier many times over
than under the pre:tn ratis.
A reord showing the tonnage
of grain hanaled by the Orego::
grain inspection department in
April of last year and in April oi
this year follows:
-Wheat April, last ear, 2,i67
tons; April, this year, 103,u31
Oats April, last year. lsol
tons; this year, 2J10 tons.
Corn April, last year, 4 1
tons; this year. 7. '.2 tons.
itarley April, last year, 19
tons; this year, CSS tons.
ltye April, last year, none;
this year, 2340 tons.
Miscellaneous April, last year,
none: this year. 2340 tons.
Outgoing cargoes April. laKt
year, none; this year, ICC ij'J
Track Team to Compete
With James Johns and
SaJem high school Is planning
to stape a come-back in at least
a few branches of track athletics,
after the disastrous (nes8ion with
Washington hl?h of Portland re
cently. The locals have not spe
cialized in track athletics for some
years past, though they have done
football and baseball with con
spicuous success. This year, they
accepted the challenge to meet
the Portlaoders, and the inevitable
happened they were sluin and
scalped and thrown out to the coy
otes. The Salem management is put
ting some of the best men into
the field now. however, so that
they will be ready to make at
least a good showing in the meet
yet to be held this spring. A defi
nite date has been set for a dual
meet with James John school of
Portland. May 28,. in Salem, and
there may be another meet be
tween now and then, with some
other schools. Jefferson school
blso wants a date, and one or two
others If they can be accommo
dated, before the close of the
Herbert Socolofsky is being put
forward for the sprints, as one of
the best of the locals. Everett
Jones and Wayne Mack are work
ing up on the mile, and show good
form. Waldespell and Lenner will
try for the half mile. Dean Crom
well is a most promising candi
date for the hurdles, and Stolz
heyl has a splendid chance to win
the broad jump against any com
petition. His record in the Wash
In gton-Salem meet was close to
There are other men working
steadily for places on the team.
and a number of them will be
strong contenders for the honors.
The workouts are being held on
Sweeland field of the university,
as the high school athletic field
has been pretty wet and heavy.
Mining Company Given
Permit to Operate Here
A permit to operate in Oregon
was issued by the state corpora
tion department yesterday to the
Pittsburgh Oregon Mining com
pany, an Arizona concern capital
ized at $3,000,000. Thomas B
Young of Grants Pass is attorney-in-fact
Articles of incorporation were
filed by the following concerns:
Fleck Estate company. The
Dalles; Incorporators. Katie
Fleck. Mary Fleck. l. D. Hail:
King Construction & Transpor
tation company. Portland: incor
porators. AuUe King. It. !. Potts.
J. H. Hendrickson; capitalization.
The yotmy lady across the way )
says that one of the best works of !
Sherlock Holmes is "The Auto VH j
at the Tlreakfast Table." She j
thinks It really consomme. 1
Smith CoUegw rlrls axe dresa
roformlnc In the large plcturw
on,a oi the glrU who took part
in the recent dreas playlets are
seen, while the other shows
throe girls wearing campus dress
typical of 'better dress" models.
No more knee length skirts is the
edict Of the better dress promo
ters. The flapper and the vamp
will have to give way beore the
dignity of her college sister. It is
a auriou attempt on the part of
the girls to go back to reasona
ble standards. The Smith girla
are not didactic in their new lave
of the demure. But there are a
few type noticeably miecesHfuI.
Probably ttie moat popular fa
Ion adopted lately is a onepaee
porta dress. Dr. Joel Gold th wait,
tit prominent Donton physician.
Is the power tehlnd the throne In
the moterncr.L In his hygiene
lectures to the sophomore class
be ei early ahowed the evils re
ultinff from the present day
fiihiona. Immediately bis advice
a followed and now has taken
Smith by storm.
Executive Asks People Toll
Desist from Marring
Governor Olcott has issued an
appeal to the people of the state
to desist from cutting the tiiolier
and shrubbery along the highways
of Oregon, and otherwise damag
ing tho scenic beauty which b: to
be preserved, according to policies
adopted Iry the state highway com
mission and the state legislature.
The governor cites a law which
will become effective May 25 pro.
hibiting the destruction of shrub
bery or trees alons the highways.
His statement follows:
"My attention has been directed
to the fact that in many parts of
the state people are cutting beau
tiful shrubbery and d:iniauin'
trees along the rights of way of
state highways," said Governor
"The last legislature passed r.
law which will become effective
next Wednesday. May 2, which
makes it unlawful for any per
son to dig up, cut down, injure,
destroy, or in any manner r unove
any trees growing upon th-i ri"ht
of way of any state hichway with
out first procuring the written
consent of the Orecon state high
way commission so to do. The act
provides that when any person de
sires to dig up, cut down, injure,
destroy or ia any manner remove
any such tree or trees growing
upon the right of way of any state
highway he shall file with the
state highway commission an ap
plication in vrriting setting forth
the reasons and purposes for the
removal rr destruction of such
trees and upon the filing of such
application the highway commis
sion may. if in its judgment and
discretion destruction or removal
of uch trees will not mar or in
any way affect the scenic beauty '
of such highway, issue a permit
authorizing the applicant to go
ahead in such manner as the com
mission mr?y designate. The vio-
lation of .his act is considered a !
misdemearor. punishable bv a line
not to exceed $100 'or imprison
ment in the county jail not to ex.:
ceed .10 days, or by both such fine j
and Imprisonment. I believe there.
should he a wholesome co-opera- j
The Marriage of
; " i
COLLEGE GIRLS START DRESS
II;. TZ I.'l.'
poople of the state should assist
; in this movement to preserve ouri
, scenic beauties a one of the; Rev. Frank Fay Eddy, minister
j Mate's etiief assets." !,, . .t ..,..
LOOKS SHI OTMT
1 . VWnnn Min : 1
y.in's fiiii-y . 4 roKiilar 75c 01 fifl
Draperies 31UU Curtain Kods pleUl
:! yards l'riiiled -f tCk $1.50 Aluminum f
l'riumm 1 Vll Gem Pans '.. . w IwUll
Vclour i $;.00 Oval i
I'illow Tops l.UU Picture Frame l.UU
Fancy Tapestry J fift $2.25 Silk A
Pillow Tops l.UU LampShade A i.UU
yards Fancy A A $2.00 18x36 f A A
Scrims l.UU Rag Kugg. l.UU
Large Size . 1 flfl $L50 Matting 1 A A
Shoppin?; Hnskefs l.UU Suit Cases , . leUU
Mahotrany 1 A A $2.00 24-inch I "I AA
Seurn- Tnty l.UU Sofa Pillows l.UU
lie-uhir $2.X I AA $jj.oo Fancy f AA
Flower Vases l.UU Lamp Stand l.UU
R.-gidar $1.50 ' 1 A A $2.40 Six Ktclie.l ' - A A
Fancy Baskets l.UU Water Tuml.Iers l.UU
Ri-g.ilar if'J.75 1 AA $2.50 Silk " AA
.I;.rdiiiieres l.UU fan. lie Shade l.UU
You never saw the time Your dollar
vsouBd buy more than here
SATURDAY MORNING, MAY
Rev Mr. Eddy Enrolls
For HaTVaffJ SttlfJieS
lem and'Eiigene, has enrolled W
the Harvard sunlmer scliool 5f
theology, which will give courses
ui Iambi idne from August 1 to
September '. t
lie js one or llio 1 :j '.I'nltarlifl
;n'ui lers froi.i 21 states :jnd ('att"
ada who have ac. epted tli( ltl) Itft
tlon i, tlie Cintiiian Lay ineii'fl
liif:ue o i.it.nd either th Har
v.'ird KiiinirH" H. hoi, I of theoloity
or the Meu.ivilte Theological
r.i iioo1.; uiuni-t; term m the I nt
ver itv of riin .uo. Tbff laytiie,
whose i ii i t a iorij laxt year was ae
eit..l by Mil of their minister,
who went to ( '.i nibriilffe. have -t;
tended flie r pnu-raiu tiiif? year Ui
include c.o-petation with Meil
ville. In addition to thin tnit.i
Hon the league Is urglnp nil of il
. Tuesday, May 24th, 1:30 p. m. -
On the Salem-Dallas road hear the Independence road,
being G miles southwest of Salem, or G miles north of '
Independence, or 9 miles east of Dallas-
CONSISTING OF 1 mar 6 years old, weight 1400
pounds, blocky; 1 gelding 7 years old, weight flOO
pounds, rangy; 1 mare U years old, weight 1100
pounds, blocky; 1 new set Rouble breeching harness, 1
set single work harness, one 3i inch wagon, double
box complete good ; 1 blacksmith outfit complete with "
.some stock, 1 hack, 1 chilled plow 10 inch, 5 shovel cul-
tivator, feed cutter hand power nearly new, 600
; pounds capacity platform yscale, 13 good: incubators
from 150 to 540 egg capacity, trap nets, fountains,
etc. ; oil brooder stove 1500 chick capacity,' 350 pure
bred White Leghorn. hensf 1 year old, 15 pure bred
White Leghorn cocks, 1 year .old, 350 pure bred, White,
Leghorn pullets a fine bunch, household furniture,
tools and many other articles.
As I havelsold my farm everything will be sold
to the highest Didder. 1 . ', . .
TfCRMS All sums of $10.00 and under cash, over
that amount, time will be given to October .1; 1921, to
parties furnishing approved; bankable notes bearing in
terest at 8 per cent per anium. ::. - v m:
'Woodry conducts sales
34 cnapiers iu Br"" .""..-.-..-v--- -
to a Sunday school Institute at U
lle of Shoals off Portsmouth.,
N, I ?l , ' - .I
The policy Uld down in 1-
will bo followed this ypar. The
league wllj pay onvhalf of tn'
traveling and living expenses of '
their ministers, plus thf entire tu
II Ion tee. In ninny cases local,
chapter will 'co-operate so that
many ministers will bo able to en
ioy the advantage of lU Kumiiiffr
"cIiooIh withont coft; Ministers
who must travel more than, 1000 t ,
nlles to attend oafi or the othf '
of the schools will receive two- '
third;- of their expenses, ,
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