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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON
FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 29. 1921
EPMA M. LUNDBKRG
A birthday picnic party given
In honor 6f Miss Alice Uoth and
Kussell I'ratt, wan enjoyed at
Spongti landing on Su inlay. T!-'
party spent the day ia the usual
picnic manner. ,A birthday cake
was the feature or the pirrl
dinner. The young people re
ceived a goodly number of nice
presents. The people who made
up (he party were: Mr. and Mrs.
Six Week Summer Term
, ; . June 20 July 29
Salem School of Expression
147 N. Commercial St.
125 N. Liberty St
Emil Itoth and dauprhtc-r, Alice,
an. I sons. Carlton and Kdvvani,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trait and
son Russell, Mr. and Mrs. ThK)
dore Uoth and children Marvin,
George and Frances. Mr. and
Mr.--. Upp. parents of Mrs. Pratt.
l.i, rm f?uvvdf-n. Hans P.;iiI-;oi. Mr
and Mrs. A. O. :).ivis p M'd sr..:
Max and Don, Mi3-s Hut Ii Davison
Viiina Tavlor. Mrs. .Montgomery,
and Miss Mollie i'earmine.
Mrs. Emil Roi.ii and children,
Alice, Carlton and Edward. Mrs.
Theo Roth and c:ildren, Marvin,
(leorge and Fraio-s. and Mrs.
Roth's sister, Mis Moflia Pear
mine, leave this wte-end for
Pacific City where they will spend
Rev. and Mrs. V. C. Kantner.
and children Constancy and La
Verne, and their little grand
granddanghtf r Constance, Thorn1
as, of Seattle, leaye Monday for
Seattle for a month's Vacation,
Dean Frances Richards, dean
of the girls dormitory, Lausanne
hall, of Willamette university,
who underwent an operation last
week at the Salem leaconess hos
pital is improving nicely.
Miss Pearl Jones who has been
visiting her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Jones, for the sum
mer is returning Saturday to at-
arc good, ut it never pas to sacrifice
You'll agree that loweir prices than ours are not to be
had; but when it comes to sacrificing quality to get
the low price we sacrifice the low price. And we
have found it to pay. Big value is uppermost in our
minds a trial visit to our store of surprises will con
' . v STONEWARE
An excellent line at lowest' prices
SALEM VARIETY STORE
152 North Commercial St. $ "
dct'fati The Habit; -of Shopping 'Here!'!
tend the Notre Dame "boarding
school in San Francisco.
The members of the. Three
Links Needle club and th'-ir v.m
Il?es etijojed a pi.tr.ic supper to
gether at Spongs landing. Abont
iM were pre.-ent. The sann- par
ty is planning a similar pirty at
.Silver Cr-'k Falls, for a w r
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Earfifld and
baby and Mr. and Mr;. Lcla::
Hyer ami ba!y, motored to .VI
waukie on Saturday to attend the
picnic for telephone einpluts a'
that place. About lfilM) wer-
presnet on the occasion.
Mrs. J. W. Montee and little
daughter Pauline, are guests at
the home of .Mrs. Montee's bro
ther Horace Sykes and family.
Mrs. Montee will spend the sum
mer visiting friends and relatives.
Miss Nell Sykes is also a sister jt
On Saturday Mrs. Montee and
little daughter, Mrs. Horac?
Sykes and daughter Jeanetu
will motor to Portland to spend a
few days with Mrs. Claud Kil
finger, formerly Miss Cleo NVnite.
Mrs. John J. Roberts who 'ett
last week to visit her mother, Mrs
Slade of Nova Scotia, Canada,
who had been very ill, sent the
repprt yesterday, that her mother
has pass?d away.
Mrs. He'en Campbell Ges.e'.on
of Portland is spending several
weeks in Salem, visiting her pa:
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H.
Campbell. 130 Owens street.
Mrs. Gesselson has lately been
president of the Woman's Ad
club of Portland, and is a mem
ber ot the Women's Business
league, of Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lucas and
son, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Lane and daughter, and bro
ther. J. It. Latimer, spent the
veek-end at Wilhoit springs,
hey are now at the coast and plan
to return to Saiem the last of the
Mrs. Roy II. Mills has returned
for a few days from Newport
where she i3 spending the sum
mer. She expects to leave tor
Newport the first of next we?k.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Love, ar.ci
daughter, Ina Claire, and Mr. and
Mrs. C. O. Rice, and daughter.
Karlene, motored to aCnby on
Sunday and spent the day pi
nicking alonj: the river.
Mrs. W. C. Knighton of Port
land spent yesterdav with her
mother, Mrs. K. K. Waters.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Water. ot
Corvallis nre. having a two weeks
visit at the home of Mrs. K. I'-'-Waters,
and Mr. and Mrs. tleirg"
.'Miss! Via zl Bradsbaw of Rry
ont. South Dakota arrived in Sa
lem, last Friday, to be the houpe
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. Olson
Cnmmings for the summer.
Mrs. Catherine Crown has ?one
to Seaside for a week's visit.
Heads of Numerous Depart-
merits Accept Retrench
ment Policy of Governor
LETTERS ARE QUOTED
! Trips Will Be Sacrificed and
Office Expense Cut to
With the urohlbltion enforce
ment officers at work in the south
there Is but a short time between
tripa to Havana now.
At The Price
LieV New Sck one strap Kid Pumps, Tegular $10 grades on sale
rii.rv;; :, . $7.95
Men's Munson last Army Shoes, all sizes, white oak soles, welt with
grain insoles, regular $8 go at
Men's ElkBals, brown and black, all sizes, regular $3.50 grades with
elk chrome soles, now go at
Ladies' White Canvas shoes up to $8 grades, while they last, go at n
Hundreds of other bargains in our bargain basement at equally good
Rubber heel day each Wednesday; 50c rubber heels put on your shoes
at one half price 25c
That Governor Olcott's letter is
sued recently urging the heads of
all state departments and instmir
tions to curtail as much as possi
ble the expense of conducting the
state government, has met with
favorable consideration, is indi
cated in the numerous letter.; re
ceived at his office during
past few days.
Archie H. Carter, secretary of
the .state board of engineering ex
aminers, in a letter to Governor
"The state board of engineer
ing examiners have at all times
since their organization adhered
to a policy ot strictest economy in
the carrying on of their duties,
and I desire to intorm you that
the same policy will be contin
ued." 'Hramwrll Accepts Policy
H. C. Wormian, chairman ol
the soldiers' and sailors' commis
'A copy of. your l-tfer has b'n
given to members of the commis
sion and your ideas as "xpr ssid
meet with our hearty support."
in a letter to the executive,
Frank I'.ramv.ell, state superin
tendent of banks, said:
"Cnder the existing conditions
the expenses of this department
have been held to a nunimrni.
There has b en a slight increase,
however, compared with the ex
penses incuned during the nor
mal conditions. The income ot
this department will b sufficient
to cover all expenses for mainten
ance, and I assure you thm no
unnecessary expenditures will be
George Quayle, secretary of the
state hind settlement comni'snion.
had the following to say in his
rplv to the governor:
"Ther" sems to be a feeling
throughout the country that un
necessary expenditures sli.tnlj be
entirely eliminated, and I -om-mend
the sentiment expressed by
Warden llaa Thrift Spirit
L. H. Compton, warden of th
"I am. and have been for some
time past profoundly impressed
with the necessity of curtailing
expenses "and shall do my utmost
to see that your instructions are
obeyed to th-? latter."
Lewis A. McArthur. secretary
of the Oregon geographic board,
in his letter to the governor,
"I can assure' you that we are
doing everything we possibly can
to keep down expense?. As you
may know, this board is without
appropriation from the state and
such expenses as ars necessary
have to be paid out of the pock
ets of the secretary. I believe it
you could arrange to hive all th
boards and officers pay state ex
penses out of their own funds
you would achieve a record for
efficiency and economy that
would make every other state suf
fer by comparison."
Vincent Sends Answer
S. T. Vincent, manager of the
Oregon tourist and information
"You can depend upon me to
cooperate with you to the limit of
safety. In fact. I have be n hold
ing down expenses very greatly,
conserving the funOs of the bur
eau with the hope that the com
mittee wouli authorize the publi
cation of some state booklets for
distribution next spring. How
ever, before such moneys are ex
pended I will suggest to Chair
man Butler that he discuss mat
ters with you."
A letter trom W. A. Dalziel.
deputy state sealer of weights and
"I fully tealize the importance
of your suggestions and wish to
assure you of my hearty coopera-
tlon at all times In anything that
will benefit the taxpayers ol the
Sujsst ions HeJl VeccssarT
MiHSe U. Trumbull. s rt rr ot
the board of inspectors oi eh. id
"I can assure you that the ccm-tiiis.s-Un
vill g,ve V'jur suggestions
tiie iravest cuttsderatiou."
X. C. Moris, deputy state "dairy
and fMd cimtni-sio;i r. said:
"Aa evidence tiiut tins off.ee is.
uiui has bt-n. prurikiug t!i'
tr, fe.-it economy, I vi isti to otfor
;.s i-vi'.f r.ce. the stationery n"d
"n writint: thii U tier. as e!sib t
"A", (referring to an unusua'sy
low prade of sirat !i paper. I
will say, however, th.i.f we do riot
often use this paper for writing
letters, but hive inherit-1 a grat
quantity of it from our predeces
sors we do use it for carixvn cop
''! and scratch pi-.pi-r. Can you
bf-at this for economy?"
Fire Marshal Heard Fnni
A. C. Harber, state insurance
oinmissione:-. had it be fo owmjT
to Jay in hi reply ti the gover
n r. ' !
i'ne who hears V, frej.; 'tr
complaints trom fh ctizens oi
our state concerning huh Uixes.
at the present time,- cin c nly
agree with your opinion with re
lation to the necef-;iy of curtail
ing expenses in every po?iibie
way in the operation of the
A. E. Burghduff, state game
v and en, wrote:
"It has alwa'vj ben my uesir'"
to see the atiairs of the state
game commit in handled on a
strictly business basis, and 1 feel
that we are wnfk:ng toward that
point very rapidly. liut I desiie
to assure you that I. personally,
appreciate your iuterestin the ur
lairs of the game commission, uii I
am sure that rho members of the
commission will likewise appre
I. X. Day, chairman of the com
mittee on tax investigation, said:
"Beg to say th.u we will Jully
cooperate with ;mi in your en
deavor to kee.) ths expenses down
to an "irreducible minimum.'
W. .1. Hoffman. pres;dcnt of the
Pacific Northwest Tourist asso
"You can ret assured that the
expenses of this lepartm.mt will
be curtailed :is lr.iich as possible
compatible witli cjirryin;; oti tic
work this association exists to
perform, I c.n assure you that
at the end of the biennium you
will find that this association will
not have spent a'! the money ap
propriated by the legislature."
George T. Cochran, sine wa
ter superintendent wrote':
My department' h-ts realized
the uncertain 'conditions, and has
already been using ad will con
tinue to use its best tf'orts in cp
erating the seme upon the most
economical basis possible."
P. L. Campbell, president of the
state university said:
"I wish you to know th"t we
are all heartily in accord with you
in your movement for economy
during these .present times."
Carl I). Shoemaker, master fish
warden, w i me:
"I i3'-,nr you th.i ve will c7
Operate 'vitb yo 'p. every, waT
to hold down dur 1 .Tvehditmes
4nd increase "the efficiency of our
out nixed deliTerie with assur
ance that the pine and fir would
: . ; I'urt Jand Visited. .
After an Inspection of Wash
ington locging operations at the
ft. Paul & Tacoma Lumber com
pany's camp near Kapowsin. the
visiting lumbermen left lor Port
land. Ore., tonight.
Conditions on Pacific Coast
Discussed from , Two
Angles at Tacoma
cottage syftem,- The plans, tis
prepared, nclude the major con
vvoienc Adopted, inl the training
whools of other states, and ln
pure".a. R.ven ot buildings that
will meet the demands of the of
ficials for a number of years.
There are .vet a number of minor
chauses to rm made in the Dlans.
i however, anil It was ao expected
U-iiay that iids would be received
! Dnnrl PaMmI llAmliAN. f 'r several Iweeks.
I Again Go Over School Plan
WASTE CHARGE DENIED
After Session Visitors Leave
For Inspection Trip to
Members of the state board of
; control passed -most of yesterday
iiivestigaling plans prepared by
j V. .0. Knighton, architect, for
I the proposed, new- plant ot the
j :-tate industrial school for boys,
j The plant will cot $2SO,000
, and wil-l be constructed on the
The plank will hi located on
completion f the new plant, prob
TACOMA. Wash., July 28.
I Lumber problems of the Pacific
v V44 -v uijv u scru i V lit in U Hi
gles today at a joint conference
of local lumbermen; a visiting
delegation of lumbermen from
many states of the Union and the
national forest policy committee
jof the United States Chamber of
Forest conservation was the
topic at the morning session and
marketing of western lumber the
subject of the afternoon meeting
which included the first annual
convention of the West Coast
Forest Products bureau.
. Timber Not Watd
That Pacific coast loggers and
manufacturers are not wasting
the timber except insofar as eco
nomic conditions force waste up
on them, was the defense which
lumberman pressed home before
the Chamber of Commerce com
mittee. The point was conceded by
the committee which declared
that the means of conserving what
is left must be the point consid
ered. The viewpoint of the eastern re
tailer was described by Harry S.
Gould of Middletown, N. Y.. who
told of troubles encountered with
undersized western lumber and
urged standardization of sizes so
that eastern retailers might send
owned by the state.
training school, upon
e eon verted into - a
the treatment of drug
for go-called first term men.
Read The Classified "Ads;
On All Canvas Footwear
will not fill in:
U. S. Keds and Hoods
Real Bargains while they last, as w
sizes apain this season
All $3.00 and $3.50 Heavy Brown Canvas Workshusfl
and Athletics for men, women anq boys 12.50 ; J
All $2.75 and $2.95 Men's and Boys' White SporfcKus,
Clean Up Price $2.25
$1.95 Child's White Emery Lous
$2.25 Misses' White Emery Lous 1
$2.50 Women's White Emery Lous
$5.00 Women's White Oxfords, Brown 4r White Leatht
er trimmed, Clean Up Price...i.....-....-L......:4....$3.50
$3.00 and $3.50 Women's White Canjvas,, Shoe? f and;
Oxfords, Clean Up Price..
Kostem & Greenbaum
240 and 246 NoiM C6mrh
Cupper Returns From
Percy Cupper, state engineer,
returned last night from Madras
where he went recently to accompany-
a number of reclamation of
ficials on a tour of inspection of
the Deschutes irrigation project.
Congress some time ago appro
priated $400,000 for the develop
ment of this project, and It was
for the purpose of determining
how this money should be expend
ed that the recent inspection trip
was arranged. Water for the irri
gation of the project will be ob
tained from the Deschutes river.
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Women and Children
Low priced materials made up
in attractive styles for Hdusdr 1
wear. A variety of colors and
Women's Dresses Children's Dresses ' r
$1.98,$2J98,$3A5 ( 98c, $125, $1.49
Our.Prices Alwayi The Lowest
Court and Commercial Streets
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We are still determined to sell our stock and give the people of Salem and vicinity the advantage of '
low prices. For Friday and Saturday we are offering special reductions on each and every article.
Look over these prices and be convinced. Here are but a few of our bargains.
It's Grandmother's Itocie to
Bring Back Color ami
Lustre to Hnir
That beaiitiful. even shade ot
dark, glossy hair can only be had
by brewing a mixture of Sage Tea
and Sulphur. Your hair is your
charm. It makes or mars the face.
When it fades, turns gray or
streaked, just an application or
two of Sage and Sulphur enhances
its appearance a hundredfold. '
Don't bother to prepare the mix
ture; you can get this famous old
recipe improved by the addition of
other ingredients at a small cost,
all ready for use. It is called
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound. This can always he de
pended upon to bring bark the
natural color and lustre to your
Everybody uses "Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur Compound" now be
cause it darkens so naturally and
evenly that nobody can tell it has
been applied. You simply dampen
a sponge or soft brush with it and
draw this through the hair tak
ing one small strand at a time; by
morning the gray hair has disap
peared, and after another appli
cation It becomes beautifully
dark and appears glossy and lus
trous. Adv. -
Special lot of $7.50 Corsets to go
Women's Bathing Suits, regular
Men's Two-piece Undershirts or
Boys' Suits, regular $8.50 value
All Wool Army Blankets to go at
Men's All Leather Scout Shoe
Children's Shoes, Black or White
Children's Suits values to $5.00
Galvanized Buckets, worth 50c, to
Special lot of Men's
Men's Light or Heavy Union Skits
All Wool Army Coats
mers oaaiiw Moese
373-377 Court Street
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