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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
LM fiarrtsun'a .New Pliawe Of
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
(HA ITER HT
THK VI'KST ItEC.ISS
"Don't be 1 1 igblened. Mm Gr-i-
bam. we are irolnic to mop in Hie
middle lltti bloJk and
th rent of the way. The liornt!
lain the ne Mm k ." j
AH1!! lmke'M voice wan soli--J
'ifmialv kind Kill I rebuilt... I II,,. 1
VW' " ----- " - ' - ,
protectively patronizing air w ith I
WBicn spoe. u was me mau
ler a man would udopt toward :i
Id woman, un extremely young
0 or one totally Inexperienced in
. Surely. I raid to myself hotly,
1 had not attjuittfU myself so
adly In the piece of his work
with which I had been associated
during the war that he should
axe ao litMe of my worldly wis
dom now. At that time he had
pr!d the work upon the import
Pt mysterious rode which I had
done, although I suspected that
he had don ao grudgingly, and
that he bad been compelled to ad
miration becaus" of the remark
able memory which aome freak of
aiure upplmented by my little
another's training had given me.
; Bat before ! left Lillian's I h id
resolved to emulate, the well
knows oyster in the matter of ex
pressing either opinions or emo
tloa. ao I confined my responno to
a. laconic sentence.
"Lam not frightened." I Mid
fhat'r good." Mr. Drake was
cnoalry caaual. I?e had. already
given the signal to the taxi driver
and the man drew up the car t
the curb in front of a dark build
ing. In fact, the whole block
waa hot dimly lighted, and as Mr.
Drake aasisted Lillian and me out
of the taxleab the whole atmo
sphere of the locality seemed
reeking with mystery a fit set
ting for any sort of melodrama.
S ."Wa.lt heie for us," Mr. Drake
directed the irlvr. "We may be
fl'teen rain u ten, we may be a grit
deal longer, but I want to find
yoa right here when we get back.
No scouting around the corner
VAll right, boes." the man r-
joined ood uatuiedly. but I Won
it ne in, , inwardly re
r-it Mr. Drake's rattier cavalier
My irritation at r. Drake's an
was fast becoming an oIihsioi.
one which troubled me gutllliv
tor 1 could not forget that his
very presence with u meant that
lie had extended valuable time
and srill In my service, was con
liming to give both. suppose
the nervous tension under which
I was laboruiK was partly respon
sible for my capliousness. hut the'
fact remained that I was rapidlv
rearhing a point where I feared I ,
'" lit openly betray mv feelinjt
"ThU way'" Mr lrak put a
aiding hand on Lillian' arm.i
another on mine, and we walked
in silence down the street to the!
Into the IIouim. j
As we reached it Mr Drake!
turned abnibtly toward a Jul tint
door ray of a d-serted of rice
building, where I saw two men
standing, the one farthest away
from us. a furtive slinking flicur.
whom I instinctively would have
feared if 1 had met him alone.
The other man whoso type I
had seen frequently when 1 waa
asslrtlng Lillian In the secret
set. Ice work, stepped into the!
street as Mr. Drake turned toward
"All right. Wntklns?" Mr
Drake asked in a low tone.
"Everything 0. K.. sir." the
"Good! Wait here for five min
utes, then come to No. 237. the
apartment building halfway down
the block. The entrance door
will be unlocked, and yon walk up
the stairs don't take the eleva
tor until yon reach the third
floor. There is a corner there,
where the i-tairway turns, that
you can't miss seeing. Stand
there you'll be practically safe
from observation until you hear
me speak your name. Then bring
your lad up. If anybody ques
tions you. flash your police card
or give 'em i.ny stall you can get
"I'll manage." The man's volc
was full of quiet self-confidence.
"All right then. So long." Mr.
Drake returned and we turned
the corner and walked to the door
of the tall apartment building
which bore the number 237.
It was rather a forbidding look
ing place, but Its interior had an
an; attempted orntiteness, and
there was the usual combination
elevator boy and telephone oper
ator sprawled at his ease before
He sprang up with alacrity,
however, when he caught sight of
Mr. Drake. From his manner I
SATURDAY MoUNINC, JUNE 11, L!2l
deduced that the two had Been
each other before
"lake iih ep io third floor di
rectly." Mr. Drake commanded,
"and remember what I told you
about (hat entrance door.'
(To be continued.
TROt Itl.ED MHl TEN YEARS
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M I Itl'll .
if yon suffer pams and ad,e j Annual E xaminat i n s Arf in
mi i ii r me nay ami sieep-uiM u I u -
Inn bladder weakness by night,
feel tired, nervous and run down
the kidney and bladder need to
be restored to healthy and regu
lar action. J. T. Unburn. It F. D
No. 1. l.ur.'HVllle. (.. writes: "I
tried many i.iiiedies but they did
llle llo poo.i I took Foley Kid
ney I'illri and they beleU me o
much that now I am well."
Don't delay. Sold everywhere. -Adv.
-Progress at First Met
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CAR IS FIRST
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Gloss
cop Arrive at Auto Park
from Flint, Mich.
"GROCERIES OF QUALITY"
"A Safe Place to Trade"
Strawberries for Canning
With tne opening of the canneries it is apparent that
the market for berries has stabilized and there will be
no further dumping of fruit at ruinous prices to the
grower. With the moderate price for sugar and the
low cost of berries every household should supply them
selves with plenty of this luscious fruit for next win
ter's use. For Saturday and the first few days of next
week we will have big supplies of Wilsons and Clark
Seedling berries which we think are the best for can
ning. Wilsons $1.25 per crate; Clark's $1.50 per crate
For Saturday 4 and 5 Boxes for 25c
Ideal Fruit Jars
We believe we have at least found the most satisfac
tory Fruit Jar, a glass top and none' of the fruit comes
in contact with any kind of metal. No expensive lids
to buy every year; all you need is a new rubber. Let
us show you these jars. We have them in half-pints,
pints, quarts and half gallons.
Pineapples, pound 15c New String Beans
Oranges, dz. 25c, 30c, 65c Local Green Peas
Large Lemons, doz 40c Settlemiers Asparagus
Winesap and Newtown Green Onions and Rad
Oregon Strawberries Cucumbers, large 20c
Gooseberries, 4 lbs 25c Cucumbers, medium 15c
-Bananas, pound 15c New Carrots and Beets
Picnic and Lunch Goods
The call of the great out-doors beckons us to take our
lunch and visit one of the many attractive spots around
Salem. We are prepared to either make up lunches or
supply you with all the necessary articles besides the
things to eat such as paper plates, spoons, forks, nap
kins, waxed paper. .
Deviled Ham een Olives
Deviled Tongue ipe Olives
Deviled Chicken Sweet and Sour Pickles
Lunch Tongue ill Pickles
Veal Loaf Mustard Pickles
Imported Sardines 'ndia Relish
Booth's Sardines leinz Chili Sauce
Piemento Chile Tillamook
Cream Brick Roquefort
New York Cheddar Red Rock Cottage
Vofing better to take to a picnic than one of our fine
lome-made cakes. The secret of our success in the
naking of cakes is that we do not try to substitute
heap materials but take the best our big store affords
vhich is all any housewife can do.
Mocha, Prune, Nut, Cocoanut, Chocolate, Jelly Roll,
Angel and Sunshine Cakes
Special Cakes of any kind made to order.
Dressed Chickens Every Saturday
Roth Grocery Co.
Phones 1885-6-7 No charge for delivery
The first car over Die moun
tains came Into the Salem auto
park yesterday. It hailed from
Flint. Mich., and came by way of
the Yellowstone trail. The own
er, Mr. and Mrg. II. A. Gtossop,
tried to go through Yellowstone
park but were told that the trails
were Mill impassable, due to the
snow. They were told at Walla
Walla that their wan the first
car over the mountains this year.
Coming from Manhattan. Kan
sas. Mr. and Mr. F. S. Waller
were the second party of tour
ists from the eaet to enter Sa
lem auto park, according to Su
tubers registering at the park
yesterday included Mr. and Mr.
K. C. Mendenball of High Poln;.
N. ('.; lr. and -Mrs. Kd Paige
of Portland, who are goinj; to
California; Mr. and Mrs J. J.
Kuapp. Aberdeen. Wash.; Mr. and
Mrs. E A. Coberly, Silverton; M.
II Mahan and it. S. Cook, San
Francisco, and Dr. and Mrs. O.
S. Ford of Spokane.
Four cars from Aberdeen.
Wash . were among those at the
park last niht. They included
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Kiaor. Mr. and
Mrs. I.. O. Syruons and family,
Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Birmingham,
and Mr. and Mrs. W. Wiley.
Others who signed up were Mr.
and Mrs. (). S. Hazelton. Mr. and
Mrs. A. Krskine and Mr. and Mrs
K. Kaub. both of Whittier, Cal ;
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McLane, Port
land, making a tour of California;
Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Harrington of
Saskatchewan, who are beginning
a tour of the Pacific coast; Mr
and Mm. E. C. Hall and eon with
II. Crooks, Oakland; Mr. and Mrs.
J. I). Parkinson of Wenatchee;
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fowler, Los
Angeles, going north to Seattle;
L. Ue Witt, Albany, returning
from a visit to Spokane: J. K.
Washburn, Azure, Cal., going to
Washington; Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
McKay. Portland; Mr. and Mrs.
M, Switzer. Corpus Christ!. Tex
came to the coast by way of
Moise, Uend and down the Colnm
bla highway, on way south; Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Zerfluh and T. C.
Ronan. who are starting a tour
About To applicant for i'-arli
is' certiih'aie.s are tjktii-. .iiir
nation-, this week, Ii. M In Ili
FiihI MetliodiHt chunli l..i 1
nht those taking it i n i n.i r i . n
tor the flr.t year and tilth -ur
lerliMcalin completed ilieir ui.rh
and it In expected thos - Irving l"i
life certificates Will lilli-h todiiv
The results of the examination
will not be given out iinl:l Jul)
1 when it Is rolisn.eieil the ex
amining board will te re;idy ii
make it report. State Sup'Tin
tendent J. A. Chun hill appoint ;
examining boards for the June ex
aminations, though the county
Hiiperintendeiits of si bools consti
tute the hoard for 1 he winter
Those taking examinations this
Mrs. Hlan he Stlne. Silverton;
Mrs. Elizabeth Kinder. Sott.
Mills; Emma Phelps. Elmira:
Nellie J. Marthaler. Gervals; Uubv
Shannander. Silverton; Helen ('
Wageman, Woodbnrn: Eth I
leveland, rails t lt ; Emma
Coberly, Silverton; Gladys ).
Humphrey, Emily Loose. Lydia ''
Schleicher. Flora Polley. Mable
Stollar. John S. Eddy. Myrtle
Geise. Mrs. Evelyn H. SteidmRer.
Mrs. A. L. Applewhite. Cor.i Wash
ington. Ixnise V. Davis. llen
Grossman, Dorothy Erskine.
Georgia Alb'o. Augusta Codit ien
ham. Itarbaia Maker, Mabel ,lbe
dartin. It. I. Van Orsdal. Mary
Slagel Palmer. Margaret Hammer.
Frank H. Struble. Albert N. Ar
nold. F. Danta Kobbins. Mrs Nell
Hilfiker. Maud" Follon. all of Sa
lem; Her.sie Keith. Sherwood; 1.'
nora Cunningham. Sherwood: 'e-
cile iegard. Oervais: Ida .
Haftenson. Monmouth; Eth-1 I..
King. Shaw; Edna Irene Olsen.
Silverton; Julia Frohnaner. Hav-erton;-
Adeline Homber, Heavet-
ton: Susan Starn. Monmouth;
Edith Hutchinson. Portland: Nor
ma F. Williams. Airiie; Kenneth
B. Walk. Jefferson; Liliie S. Iar
son. Silverton: Frames Monk,
Hubbard: Catherine He Monde.
Dallas; Lilli J. Opedal. Silverton;
Irene Colwell, Grants Pass: Kuby
M. Kiser, Turner; Mrs ida T.
Special Program to Be
Given at Leslie Church
H Will l- held :'t
Kp! op;i ( liun h
I AMERICAN LEAGUE
At Philadelphia R. II. E
Chicago r t o
Philadelphia 0 0
Kerr and Schalk; Rommel and
At New York R. H
Cleveland S 20 "
Sew York C 17
Uagby. Mails, ITile and Nuna
maker, Thomas; Mays, Shawkey
At Roston R. H. E
St. Louis 3 7
IJoston 7 12
Davis, Burwell' and Severeld
Myers and Ruel.
At Washington R. H. E
Washington 3 R
Dauss and Uassler; Courntyc
Acosta and Gharrity.
At St. Louis R. H. E
Brooklyn ' , x 2
St. Louis 13 1
Reuther, Hiljus. Halley and
Taylor; Walker and Dilhoefer.
Spec a I -! v
i't!i in th- inorniiu:
In the 11 1 r n in)- ... rvif e at 1 1 rt.
m . Rev. K. ); t;,i.. ii. i n . v.n
preai h lln- -rrnon t, (Iji.crt i"
tile Satetll (ll'Ille) -llpenillelHient
of the Ore,;,,,, coliferelo-e o) tile
Metliodis.t (h irrl,. Special music
iil include an anthem , t..e
choir of lit i,ii es. RiVer ,,f ,j'e
Lai-ey; and an offertory duet, I
heard the Voice of Jesus Say
Rathburn. by Miss Sadie I'ratt and
Floyd H . Mclntire.
In the s"rvicc at v p ,n.. a
Iirogram of readings and music
'vill be given by siudents in the
dramatic dipai tnunt at William-'
ette univerr.'ty. and the church
cho'i . resi- lively. The proRia'u
Anthem.'"Abide with Me" Dungan
liv th" Choir
"St ronph'-an "'
Miss Martha Ferguson
Mr. Fred McGrew
Mr. Clen Chandler
Anthem. "Savious I'.reathe an
Kvening. IlleFsing" Kratz
Hy the Choir
"The Silent System''
Miss Ferguson and Mr .McGre-v
"Alice Hart.iian's Re.-olv"
Mis Marth.! l-'ei.u.-'on
"A Pairor Lunatics"
Miss Feiiif iii and Mr. McGrew
Tiio. "Lord Thy Glory Kills the
! .dlsses Sadie Pratt and (Jertiud.-
Aldri.h. Mr. Floyd 11. McliUvre
The Lion and the Mouse"
Miss Ferguson and Mr. McGrew
BUCK II FOLD
UiiH.'-js VVitlnli.tW.il litiiu
'I ne ible -MiuiiiaiiKli Lumber
company of Wnllow.i lus ca cel
led ii-. withdrawal from operation
under the workmen's onriH-nsa-
tlon act. and is (he htsl oi lo
laslein Oiei.ii companies liiat
notice ol wlthdray .il to de
cide to remain und r the protei .
tion of the act. The companies
have 1'iitil June, rio to caucvi their
vs it ii li awals. and retain the bailo
uts of experience latlnn
I'nder a new law," establishing
Iht; experience rati lit; basis, roinc
companies operating under the
itct Hill le alfoideil a leiliiiliiln in
rate for the next year anl Others
ulll be liu rea.seil. l he, .N'jfiley
Mimnauf'h riiuip:iii!' ill hlii'e a
Jo pel .elll I eil.l. I l.ill. Ol t 1"
(oinpaliies that oii"iually I'uv' no
lice ol w i I lull a v a I -ix u oilbl'ave
leiluitiii!! ..i.il I. ,111 IMiea-e.j
Birj Capital Increase
Made by Portland Firm
The M!ue Moiiiitiin Oil AiG.m
toniianv of Portland y estferd a y I
it led j -koiii1 ions shouiiic ail in
ireiiKe in -a pi tallat ion from
t 2 r,o ,0o to $4.immi.(i'iii.
The J. K. tiill comiiafvy of
Portland has itu ra.-ei its cajiJal
iation from SI'.u.oimi (l :;irU,iio
an.l the Clackamas ('ounty Aiittt-
mobile it Tractor onip iny. f nm
5 1 '..(MM! to i'Ml, .
jel yesterday to attend the sec
ond annual retreat of Catholic
laymen of OreRon The re(ret
opened yesterday morningfand
closes at high mass Saturda. Th
exercises are under the direction
id I'atlLer G. F. McQuinan..one Of
the best known priests of the
l'a'ilt missiouary order
There has never been devised
a t-liii to improve the appeafance
of i lm human elbow.
W illlMin I -al lium
Knights of Columbus I
Attend Laymen Retreat
A contingent of Kuiphts it Co-
luinbus of Salem went to Mt An-
Landlady The coffee, I
sorrv lo sav. is vxhaustcd
Hoarder Ah, ye, poor thing;
I was expecting that. I've noti'ed
for some time that it has been
growing weaker.- London Answers.
Physicians now declare there is
no such thing as spring fever.
Rut what is it we tuffor from,
Of Furniture and House Furnishings
Our entire line Furniture, Ranges, Rugs, Linoleums, Cedar Chests, Wash Ma-; ;
chines. Electric Light Shades and Stands, Electric Sweepers, Cooking Utensils,
Curtains, Scrims, Rlankels, etc., articles too numerous to mention. It will pay
you to invest, (ict your share of the Bargains. - " 1
WORTH & GRAY DEP'T STORE
177 N. Liberty Street
Successors to V. W. floore
At Pittsburgh R. H. K.
Roston 4 12 1
Pittsburgh 1 TO 1
Scott and (iibwn; Carlson.
Glazner and Schmidt.
At Cincinnati R. H. E
New York 1 4 o
Cincinnati 3 12 2
Toney, Sallee and Snyder; Rlxey
L. E. Hennis and F. Sehampier
were in Salem Monday on busi
ness. Mrs. Zimmerman was a Salem
I visitor Monday.
j The W. C. T. V. met last Wed-
nesday with Mrs. James Craig
It was an exceptionally good
meeting and everybody was out.
Dinner was served at 12 o'clock.
! Mrs. Iela Rlaco. who has been
' on a ramping trip to Eugene, re
turned home Friday.
The young folks' Sunday school
i class held a business meeting on
! Friday evening at the home of
Mrs. J. Craig. After the business
meeting dainty refreshments were
L. E. Hennis was in Salem on
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wood of Sa
lem spent Sunday at the F. A.
Miss Rosa Drager left Wednes
day evening for Portland.
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All Ware Guaranteed to be Genuine
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Salem Hardware Co.
lilO North Commercial htreet
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