The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 31, 1921, Page 3, Image 3

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    THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING. JULY 31, 1021
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WOODBURN BRIEFS AND PERSONALS
, CRfTtSH ATHLETES TRAINING AT HARVARD STADIUM
WOODHUIIN. Or., July 30.
Special to The Statesman.)
Mrs. Grace Davis of West Wood
burn visited her slater, Mrs. Mary
Stewart, irhursday afternoon.
Mrs. Silas Smith of Salem wa3
a last wejek-eifd gnest of her cous
in, Mrs. p. w. Kuim.
Mr. antd Mrs. A. T. Humphrey,
Bon Verle and Mr. and Mrs. C.
Sorell motored up from Portland
fend Bpen Wednesday and Thurs
day with Mrs. Humphrey's par
ents, Mri and Mrs. M. L. Hen
drlck. On their return to Port
land thejy were accompanied by
Miss Id. Hendricks, who will
visit herf sister Indefinitely.
Miss If era Parr returned Wed
nesday Crom a week's sojourn at
Newportl
Mrs. fleorge and Stewart Gal
ispe of Canada were Sunday vis
itors of khe former's cousin, Mrs.
Bid well at s their country home
tear Woodburn. ;
; Crucel Layman and Albert nett
ing speilt last week-end on a fish
ing trip to Pacific City.
Mrs. T. Kl Tsagorden of Shelby,
Mont, land two .children are
spending the summer with the
former's - parents, Mr. and Mrs.
David Clark. ,
Mr. fnd Mrs. B.F- Hall are
Spending their summer vacation
at Pacific City.
HarrJ Bomhoff left Monday for
Tacoma'f where, he will' undergo
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treatment in the government hos
pital. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Guisa of
Portland wre Monday guests of
his uncle, R. L. Guiss.
Neal Hall arrived home Satur
day night from Camp Knox, Ky,
where he has been under artillery
training for five weeks. He re
ports the work both interesting
and Instructive.
, Anton Juva returned Tuesday
from a Portland hospital where
he was, operated on several weeks
ago.
Mrs. Franklin, Mrs. Hammon
and Mrs. Cole spent a pleasant
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Guire
Tuesday.
Miss Olive Haskell spent Wed
nesday at Camas, Wash., as the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Claytoa
Ceer.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hicks will
leave tonight for an extended
trip through California. Mr,
Hicks is Wells Fargo agent here
and is taking a long-needed rest.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Whitman
and daughter Grace are taking a
few weeks' vacation at Taft.
" Paul Mills, manager of the
Spaulding Lumber company, hadj
the misfortune to break his right!
arm Tuesday cranking his auto
mobile. !
V. W. London of McMinnville
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This furnace is built for western fuel and is
sold for less money than other furnaces of like
construction.
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Visit of Old-Timers Recalls Days
of Early Salem History Vhen Lads
Went Forth to Fight Cayuse Tribe
) Here is an interesting jett..' Sainuicl P.ass, who married 3
that comes to the Statesman from ' daughter tvf I)anicl Viidc of ti
C. B. Baglcy, formerly a resident j Waldo hs,!?s. G-Jorse A. Hill and
of Sal?m, now of Seattle: i his wife, horn iTg$, of YUsi
v.rp llaniel V
man and clerk of each ' school
board will receive a copy. Teach
ers desiring to prepare for the
teachers evamihations may secure
copies also through the eonty su
perintendent or from the state or
local library.
Read The CTasslfled Ads.
"Yur daughter has InTitcd ma'
to dinner. said tha bashful young i
man. I , - - . - ,i
"Well." icptied Mr, Cumrox.
"soe'rj as youre a suitor for her r.
hand.j Til do Ivelier'n thai. I'll J
invlte yon to breakfast, w'a you
can eft a beitn-r Ido of what shu
looks hike, without her wnin
make! p." Washington Star.
Photo by TJndenrood A wnderwood.
Photocraph shows W. R. Seagrove, three mile runner and cap
tain of the Cambridge varsity cross country team, at the left and
H. B. Stallard, also of Cambridge and famous as a mile runner and
half miler, training at Harvard Stadium. Stallard developed a lame
foot lasi Saturday and may not be able to compete with the Oxford
Cambridjre team against the Yale-Harvard combination next Satur
day, i
is pendihg a few days with his
aunt, Mrd. Nina McGee.
Mrs. Addle Doud and Mrs. D.
A. Daytoft motored to Portland
Wednesday. The day was pleas
antly spent with friends at the
Heights and in the parks.
-CLOVKU-DALK NEWS.
way between Hubbard and Wood
burn. Among- the improvements
is a service station, one of the
finest along the highway, a con
fectionery, a dancs hall 60 by
'0, free camping rounds for tour-
!Kts end a swimimng pool wh:cii
i.s nearly completed. A grand
opening will take-place on Aug
ust 7.
Mrs. F; A. Wood has been quite
sick the ipast week.
Mrs. V. J. Hadley has delatives
visiting her thi3 week from Pasadena.
MIrs Mildred Norris is spending
a few days at the beach.
Mrs. Delia. Blaco was in Salem
Friday. !
Miss Clara Warren of Crabtree
visited Mrs. J. M. Hamilton the
first of the week.
Mrs. W. J. Hadley was visited
Wednesday by relatives from near
Shaw.
Mrs. J. M. Hamilton had for
her house guest last week Mrs.
C. L. Bates of Independence.
F. 'A. 'Wood purchased a new
International tractor. He also
has his j new threshing machine
home and ready for work.
Water Street is Location
For
New School Building
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BONUS STATUTE
Four Points Are Elucidated
In Comment by Attorney
Van Winkle
"During the last week I
had a good visit with my old-time
friends ot your f :ty. John G.
Wright, of your jstate hospital.
'"He came to Salikn in I Hi;1, and
our family arrived there Septem
ber 21, 1852, or a year earlier.
"We knew everybody in those
days, all the federal and territor
ial officers and those who were
candidates: also the judges and
legislators.
"John went to the Cayuse In
dian war. Both h'p captains were
killed. 'I saw the companies lc:iTa
Salem and saw them- when th;v
retumed including! the guard who
brought barjk t! body o" Cap
tain Bennett, who was killed n
action. j j
"Bush hati started the original
Statesman in March of the year
Preceding mly arrival there.
"My earliest reco'ectlcn of it
wajs wh?n it moved into the sec
ond story of Bill Gilliam's build
ing which he movied up Commer
cial street from I North Sa!em.
where it had for a,long time stood
on the bank of the Willamette
just north of that branch of Mill
creek. It found rest at ths south-'
west corner of State and Commer
cial and Mr. Bush soon installed
toe Statesman upstairs. Theo
dore Burmeister and I were in
several classes together. He was
six feet in height and weighed
not less than 200, while I was a
iitue over four feet and weighed
about 60 pounds. I had a great
admiration for him and as he was
lor a long time tas motive power
of the Statesman's press I used to
go tihere and see him exercise his
muscles.
"One remark of 'Wright was
tha he is now the oldest settled
in Slem, or rather that no one
else is now living in the City who
was in it when he reached there
in 1853. This made a strong im
pression on my mind and was th
cause of my writing this cote to
you.
"There are today manv more
early settlers of Salem in Seattl-3
than in that city.
I call to mind Mrs. Samuel
Warren ( Doctor i and her daugh
ter Sadie, who married William
H. Wilson here, and the two ladier,
are now living here. My wife and
her sister, Mrs. David tiraham.
daughters of Thomas Mercer, pio
neer of Seattle;- Mrs. Mary 11.
Shorey and Mrs. Gardner Kellogg,
born in Bonney, lived in Salem
during the winter of 18521 Dillis
li. Ward reached Salem In the fall
of 1853 and lett there in 1859.
Daniel W. Bass was-the son or
Thurston. Bra.ndson o".
Samuel R. Thurston, Oregon's
first dflgat? in fon?tress: 8. U.
Crawford, r.rethrr of Medorem
Crawford, pioneers of 187. AH
of these ar? living in Seattle and
a host of tht? youngor" generation.
I children and grandchildren of
pioneers of Salem, are also here.
T
School Code of State
Sent to Superintendents
J. A. Churchill, state superin
tendent of schools, is sending out
to the county superintendents of
the state pamphlets containing
the school code of the state as
altered by the legislature of 1321
"Owing to the- high cost of ma
terial and labor,' says Mr. Churc
hill, "copies of the school laws
will be distributed to school offi
cials only and then through the
county superintendents. The chair.
Burtiell Ford
Said:
"Light makes it pos
sible for us to see the
glories of this universe."
If your eyes or your
glasses are not right you
are missing some of
'.'The glories of this uni
verse." Our optical specialist
is highly skilled and well
equipped to efficiently
and economically take
care of your eyesight.
Save your eyes
Hartman Bros.
Jewelers and Opticians
Salem, Oregon
Another mighty popular Regal
tyle conservatively English in
dctin and inju tt the right weight
for spring and summer wear. I
How Do You Buy
Your Shoes? !
THIS WAY? . ; i -.V-'i;
Setting your mind on a price' that1,
you want to pay, giving little thought
about the shoes you are going to get?
OR THIS? j
Deciding the MAKE of s
like thus knowhs the
high and the price is right?
Before you l'y natpaxr.u would Wcs
'ay
if
tioe you d I
quality is J
to have you see the values we
in Regal Shoes.
F-t
art offering
Priced from $8l63 to $10.50
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At The Electric Sign "SHOES'
SILVERTON, Or., July 30.
(Special to The Statesman)
The schfrol board and advisory
committee have d cided to change
the planis for the location of the
new scbjool, building from First
street tcj aWter street. Original
ly the plans showed the building
on Water street. For some rea
son the location was later changed
to First! street.
Loganb
erry Season
Ended at Silverton
SILVERTOX. Or., July .30
(Specials to The Statesman)
Tho loganberry season at the SH
verton'cajinfiry is about at an end.
This year's crop of loganberries
has been1' very heavy but a larger
crop of evergreens is expected.
The cannery intends to take
charge oj all the evergreens in
this vicinity. It is thought they
will be ready to pick in about
two weeks. ; ,:
Relative to rights existing un
der the state loan and bonus act
for veterans of the World war,
Attorney General Van Winkle has
answered four questions upon in
quiry received from the commis
sion. They are:
1 A person who has received
for military or naval service, ex
tra compensation exceeding the
amount of cash bonus, would be
entitled to receive the loan, under
he state bonus act, without de
duction of the amount so received.
ii a person wuu lias receiveu
for military or naval service, ex-
ra compensation, less than the
amount of the cash bonus he
would be entitled to under the
bonus act, is entitled to receive
he loan without such deduction.
of the amount so received.
3 Any relative entitled to re
ceive either thecash bonus or the
oan under the provisions of sec
tion 7 of the bonus act, may elect
which he wil take, and section 5
specifies the relatives of a de
ceased veteran who mav take a
bonus in his stead.
4 A person who was a resident
of Oregon at the time of his entry
into the service and who is other-?
wise qualified, but who i3 now a'
resident of another state, is en
titled to either the cash bonus or
the loan.
Woodburn Man Establishes
Resort on Pacific Highway
H. C. O'N'eil of Woodburn is
spending $20,000 improving a
5-acre tract of land on the high-
DISPUTE HIS TITLE.
T. ' j.. -safeL,
V-I Ml Illl H I 1
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W. Mott of HarTlsburfc, Dl
may lose the distinction ot being
the laziest man In Illinois if the
claim made by a Chlcagoan Is
substantiated. A contest is being
arranged by the challenger's
v friends, but Mr. Mott. pictured
above, ts said to have remarked
that anything In the nature of a
4 contest sounds too much like
'jirork t him.
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And TWENTY-SE ViSN
OTHER BIG PHIZES,
Totaling $510.00 Cash
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Judge Coke Will Sit
On Judge Eakin's Bench
Chief Justice Burnett of the
state supreme court on Saturday
signed an order for Judge John S.
Coke of Marshfield to sit in the
circuit court for Clatsop county
in a case Involving the interest?
of fishermen in place of Judge
James A. Eakin. A certificate oT
prejudice has been filed against
Judge Kakin.
A Yield of
7.20
GOVERNMENT OF
NEWFOUNDLAND
15 year Gold Honds
(Xon-collatle)
These bonds are a direct ob
ligation of the government
of Newfoundland and are
exempt from all taxes by
that government.
6V2 percent
Due
June 30. 1936
Dated
June 1. 1D21
Denom. $1,000
Trice $!:t.63
Wm. McGILCIIRIST, Jr.
Resident Representative
Clark, Kendall & Co Inc.
Room 409
U.S.Nat'1 Bank Bids..
("i AID ht treat Morie Producer, 0r B.
iN BeMillr, to hU bted rival,. Xovit Pro
dneer Carid Warkfield Griffin, "I kara
i U sacaged fonr of the retet SCovinc
I-irtare 8tr in Amric tor Bij next bi(f
jU.ing Picture Play." Of conrae thi made
3riffin angry becauae he likea to be tbe
tmtett ot all the great Morie Producera
e tried liia beat to persuade DealiUer te tell
hira the aaroea of the preat MoTie Star. Jmt
t. tnalnt him, Csar 3. DeMiiler cave
Xlid "Varkfield Oiilfin four ceret rodea
cVreaKOtitie the namea of tie jour iderie
blurt ' e had enjraged tnd told him that if he
vd brains imoutrb to wiscoTer tlae Bamea from
these . aecit eidea ie dcaerTed to Vnow them.
It waa oo iUx,h of a patr.le for Griffin, so it
is said he called ia Gotland Tard and offered
them a thousand dollars if ihey .'ould dis
cover the raajes for h'm from the four aecret
codes that DeMiiler had given hira. Thia
vat an easy job for the great Scotland Yard
Selective Force, and in leaa than an boor
they had the fonr names. They gave tha
names V) Griffin and also gave him their aya
to fcr working out their elnee.
XXEXB IS TEE WAT THET VXD XX.
"Tt'a eaaT. aald Chief-of Detect i yea
O'Flynn. "I have worked aot fonr Bums
which 70a see eeneath each one at tha four
eodea. .".'(
"Add ob these fonr nai and yonr totals
give you tha four cities to tha fanr names.
"Ton go about it thia way. Each aecret
coda has ten letters to it. Kach letter repre
sent a number. The first letter of the code
represents 1, the aecond letter represents 2,
the third letter represents S. and so on. The
tenth letter in each coda represents tha cipher
0 instead of 10.
' 'Each sum, a yon aee, instead of nambers
ia made np of letters, bat it contains only tha
letters that are contained in tha code above
it.
"Now chsnge the letters of each sum into
their equivalent numbers, according to tha
code above, potting them down line by line
from left to right exactly aa the letters; for
instance, the first letter of tha first aans ia N.
N aa yon will aee ia tha first letter of tha
aecret coda abova that ana aad therefor rap-
This Great Contest Is Absolutely FREE of
Expense. Send In Your Answers To-day!
reeenta ssmbw 1. B. T iaoeaad letter la :
the first Una of tbe first ansa is tba eighth
letter ia tha cod abova it, ; therefore it rap- r
resents number &, . i - , t
"After yo have eaaag4 avery letter f
tha sum into a nam her, add; ep tha anas Just
exactly aa yo would aa)- other aam af fig-
ores, aad tha total that you get give 70
your clues to tha nsmee af the Uovie Stars, i '
Then work oat yeor eloea thia way; I
"Beginning at the left-hand aid of tha :
total 01 yonr sum change each figure of tha '
total back to ita latter aa represented la tha
aecret coda abova th sum tor instance, I
eaa tell yon that tha first aopiber at th total -of
tba first aam la 7. Tha letter 0 U tha
seventh letter ia the code) above tha first
aam, therefore the first letter represented by
yonr total is letter C. Kow chaag every awsn
ber et yoor total in th aam war and y
win have tha name at tha Savie Star repro
aented by that snm." T "
Thia ia not an easy prebtera. bat patieae
and perseveraBca mar find torn th aassaa at '
the great Movia Btara. Forlthe beat aaawara
aabmiu4 viU pay tha foIUwiac irta:
This great contest ia being conducted by
The Statesman Publishing Co., Salem, Ore-
f jii. ona of tha largest and best knowa pun
ishing houses in Oregon. This is yotrr
guarantee that tba prisea will be awarded
with absolute fairness and squareness to you
and every other contestant. Frankly, it is
intended to introduce The Pacific Homestead,
Oregon's Greatest Farm Magazine, end The
Xtortbwest Poaltry Journal, th leading poul
try magaiine of the Pacifwi Korthweat. Too
tnay enter and win the beat of prizes whether
?ou are a subscriber to either of these pnb
icationa or not sod moreover, you will
aeither be saked nor expected to take these
aiagaxtnea or spend a ainglft penny of your
pney to compete.
Here is the idea The Pacific Homeatead
la the oldest and best farm magazine pub
lished in the Pacific Northwest, issued week
ly, it has a very large number of readers.
The Northwest Poultry Journal ia also very
widely read and has the largeat circulation of
any maeaiine sa ita class published in the
Factfie Northwest. But our motto is one of
our magazines ia every home. 'We want more
readers to become acquainted with these
lamona pubtiratioaa. Therefore, when we
ark now ledge your entry to the contest and
you know ye;r standing for tha prisea. we
a hall aend you without cost a copy of our
very latest isane. Then in order to qnaliry
your entry to be aact on for tho judging and
awarding of th grand prizes, you will be
m'' wsist ia carry lag oa thia big ia-
trodnetiea plaa by showing ywui eopiea to
just four friends or aeighboTs, wh wiU ap
preciate these really worth wail moras in e
and want them to coma te them regularly
two readers to Tha Pacific liemewlead and
two readers to The Northwest Poultry Jour
nal, or an other combination na like t
make four. Ton will eaaily fulfill thia aitnp
condition in a few minutes of your spare tuna,
and we wUi even aend eopiea to each, of year
friends if 70a wish.
HOW TO BESS YOTTS SOltmOHS.
Use only on aide of tha paper that con
tains names of the Movie Stars, and put yonr
name and addresa (stating Mr, Mrs. or Miss)
in the upper right-hand corner. If you wish
to write anything bat year aaawara, aa a
aeparato aheet of paper.
Three independent judges, having a rea
n action whatever with thia firm, win award
the prizes, and tha answers gaming 250
poiata will take tbe Firat Prize. Yea wiU
get 25 points for every name completed cor
rectly. 40 point will ta swarded for general
neatness, style spelling, punctuation. te 10
for handwriting, and IOO pornia far
fulfilling the conditions ef the eoateet. Coa
teataata must agree te abide by Ue deeiassav
ef the jo dee.
, The contest will eloae at p.-m, Kovem
ber 30. 19S1, rmmediateJy after whwh
?T.rJJw,H b idCd and tba prfeea award
ed. Addreas roar answers today to:
The Great Movie Mystery, Statesman Publishing Co., Salem, Or.
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