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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 16, 1921)
Hickman Tells Club $31 ,000
Will Be Spent In V
EARNINGS SMALL CLAIM
Demonstration of Service
Will Be Given At Theatre
' 1 This Fail
; The 'Pacific Telepnpnjo & Tele
graph .company is . planning . to
spend -f 11, 00ft in Salem on im
' provcmenls within the I next few
months anC an additional $31,00w
in the immediate vicinity of Salem,
C E. Hickman said in hi addrett:
, Monday. at the noon luncheon of
the Commercial club, j
1 ; Mr. Hickman Is division com
.mercial niiperintendent pf the tel
ephone company and isj in Salem
i attending the rate hearing before
i the public eervice commis3lon. Tho
j earning of the telephone company
A Spectacular Western
Packed with ! Thrills
and Adventure -
I he atfe
in"ialem prior to the recent la
cieae of ratea .were onlr 1 nr
rt-ntj he said, and for t"h first ai
months of this year, only 4.83 pr
' Farm Service II.Mrr.
i With Its 4,200 telephone;, Sa
lem is the largest exchange in th
atate, with the exception of Port
land, Mr. Hickman said. Of thus
number, 1,200 are fanner phones.
Salem ha more farmer phones
than; any other evchanee ir tho
slate In proportion to its size.
'. "The Marion county fanner ha
not complained of rates." declared
-Mr. Hickman," and our figures
how that 24 per cent of our sub
btribers are, farmers."
..Of money received by the Salem
CMChange, 7.4 per cent comes from
ihe farmer, yet 14 per cent if tho
call originate with lh f.irpier.
shewing. Mr. Hickman said, hat
the iarmar aei the phone more
lit proportion than city subscrib
ers. Ploa For Uatm Made.
As the. call from farmers ;;o
through two switchboards and re
quire more time than city calls,
1S per cent of the time of tele
phone girls la given to attending
to calls from the country.
In making a plea for tho pres
ent rates, Mr. Hickman said:
"If the telephone service runs
down, business suffers, especially
in the fall. We must have your
help and sympathy and we want
only a reasonable profit to en
abio Us to expand. We want onr
managers to take an active part ia
"We fire anxiouu' that TOU
Should know our problems. When
the public service commission ren
ders Its decision on t present
hearing, we want you to study It.
"We hope to give a practical
demonstration of telephone serv
ice some time this fall at the op
era bouse.. We will set' up an ex
change.- invite vou all to attend
and give you the inside workings,
so you will know something of the
way our business is bandied."
. Other telephone officials who
attended the Commercial club
luncheon Monday included C. E.
Fleanor, plant engineer, and A. H.
Coy lea, assistant rate engineer.
Educational Board Is
Target of Taxpayers
Information waa received nr the
cfiices of the state superintendent
oi schools yesterday that the Dour
las county A taxpayers leaeue. Is
making an effort to abolish the
county educational boara there as
welt as eliminate the ttfree school
supervisors. ; The ? taxpayers'
leagues alleges, according to word
received in Salem, that hv iim.
'nating the school supervisor sys
tem approximately auuu annu
ally will bo saved to the people of
J. A. Churchill, state superin-
tcnaent oi schools, refused to com
ment on the movement further
man to etate that In most of the
COUntlea th llhnnl mnnorvtenr
system bad proved very beneficial
ana naa resaitea in the better
ment of the- educational institu
tions. : '
HOME FROM 'ABROAD.
Some Alaska Passengers
Accuse Crew and Others
MATE LEADS IN SONG
Mrs. Jakvvay Declares Son
Did Not! Commit Suicide
says the Good Judge
And get more genuine chew
ing satisfaction, when you use
this class of tobacco.
This is because the full,1 rich,
real tobacco taste lasts so
long, you don't need a fresh
chew nearly as often.
And a small chew gives more
real satisfaction than a big chew
r of the ordinary kind ever did.
Any; man who uses the Real
Tobacco Chew will tell you
that. , !
. -.'.' -
. " Put up in two styles
V-B GUT ia a long fine-cut tobacco
. C RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
SAX FRANCISCO. Aug. 15.
harniv nrmflictin testimony as
v,n T9ii Irpsnnn'slhilitV of the'
crew In the wreck of the steamer
Alaska and the consequent loss of
life off Blunt's reef, near Eureka
on the neht!of Saturday August;
6, was offered today in the trial ;
before government inspectors off
lour executive orricers of the ship '
on charges oii negligence ana in
Mrs. Esther A. Jakway of Oak
land, whose son, J. C. Jakway was
drowned; Mr. and rMs. J. L.
Wyzansky of Uutte, Mont., and
preceding witnesses testified that
confusion among tne cr mem
bers resulted in a great loss of
time in lowering boats. Mrs.
Wyzansky tesiif led that the boat
in which she was lowered was cut
away from one davit and clung
to the other, and that' she held
her place only by clinging to her
seat until the boat was lowered
into the water.
Officer Israels Sonj;
She accused J. Heikkeia, third
officer who was In charge of the
boat, of using abusive language to
some of the men about ber, but
admitted that he helped to spirits
of those In the boat somewhat by
leading In the song:
"Hail, hall, the gang's ail
here. 1 . '
Wyxansky Baid that he could
not get into a boat on board ship
and was washed overboard. He-
ciung to a door until he was
Mrs. aJkway denied published
reports that (her son committed
suicide after seeing a crazed man
strangling a woman nearby. She
said that he died while attempting
to pull a drowning woman on a
mattress. She said there was no
one to aid her and that her two
children, a boy and a girl, were
borne from her siht hv th rush
ing waters and rhe was picked up
oniy arter struggling for some
time in the water.
, Miss P. B. McFarland and Miss
Aria Smith, both of Sar Francisco
Said that thev were reoiiel tit
members nf th ir Tii vf
they said, were well handled and
wen omcerea, ana both said thev
owed their lives to th
and courage I of the officers on
trial. They denied evidence that
the Crew RAOmoH enn fitcnl Ulo.
McFarland said -however, that one
saiior abused the captain in her
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Thomas Notson Funeral
Is Held At Sheridan
SHERIDAN,' Or., Aug. 15.
i (Special to The. Statesman.)-
vrrvk for a brief Visit among old
friends. He has sold his prop
erty at Camas at a handsome
profit OTer what he paid for it
teveral years ago and may apain
iiegctiate for a farm in this lo-
Corvalli. whom he vit-ited before ! Pu-neral services for Thomas T.
jret.irning to his Washingtoi j Notson. Civil war . veteran, for
j llORie. hilf ! mnlnrv n (rolnn fOtMpnt
. 1. Calef and family of Ash- wLo dieJ al'nuIlas Friday, were
land moved !at week to Jh vicin- . . , i . . .. - : ,
ity of Monmoutn. where Mr. Calef ; vesterdav. ' ThevMascmic lodge of
freoent.y aoyunvd the Dkk Aider- which NotSou was a" member, con
!son farm- ducted the funeral.
"Is she vcrj" pretty?" j l? 1S4 2 and served for thre years
.... . ., , ' . , 'during the Civil war in the 32nd
Pretty? ay. when slu Re;SIowa intintrv. . He was at tha
on a Street car the advertising l!iatl nf Virkshtirr under ftono-
!a total loss." Coston Tranrcript. ral Grant, In 1872 he moved to
TO tes I
Orrgon, pn it basing 1 'farm
Itaiiston. wnere ne uvea
rears, t Later h removed
t . . .i - . . ;
liia and there retireu. -
He was never married. . RobrVt
Notson."a brother Hi yfart tld,
living ' la , Iowa. - survives tint!
Mary Notson. Edward Notsoa an4;?
Robert Notson of Salem are itu.'
lives.- . '.
IThe doctor of John D. Rockf
feler says he niay live to be ify t
years old. Light food and an asy .
conscience are the great bulwarks I
of a long life. It appears to bel
difficult for really intelligent ptJ
pie to die. The things that tend
to shorten life are largely il
C Itr. W larn O T1 i j f i ,
..v.vuuo ocan oi cumuh, noteu sporiswoman, pnoto
graphed npon her arrival jn America from Enland and France,
where she played numerous tennis matches. Besides being a dev-
INDEPENDENCE BRIEFS AND PERSONALS
I AMERICAN LEAGUE
At New York K. H. K,
Philadelphia ... .V...2 13
New York . i a 1
Meadows end Brueev- Hampn
. ; '
oauee ana enyaer.
At Cleveland R. H. E.
Chicago . . i 2 8 0
Cleveland . J 3 3 1
McWeeney. Hodge and Schalk;
Morton and O'Neill.
At St. Louis R. H. E.
St. Lou's .3 5 1
Detroit ... .2 3 1
Dauss and Bassler; Davis and
MAN DELL HTOITED
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. Aue. 15
Earl McArthur nf Sinn CItv
ctopped Joe Mandell. of Itookford.
III., in the eighth round or their
scheduled ten-round bout here to
Doe't Be a Was
Nero played second fiddle to the Wasters of today. He fiddled while Rome
burnedthey fiddle away money and time on exotic fripperies while hun
gry millions aire crying for bread. ; Buy where you can get the most for your
dollar. -DONnr BE AlVASTER;
High jgrade merchM lower prices for a limited time.
S25 and $30 Ovcrcoatsi. ...$4.93
$45 Men's Sui........$19.t5
$10 to $14 Boys Saits-. ....$48
$70 to $9.00 Men's Dress shoes, black
. or brown . U $3.95
$4 to $7 Men's Felt Hats $1.69
4 yj lb. U. S. irmy Blankets $3.19
Remember the' Place
G. W. KELLY
of The Kelly Sales System
For those whoi
think it tod
hot to . shop
days, this store
i3 open even
373-377 Court St.
For the conve
nience of the
this store is
INDEPENDENCE, Or., Aug. 15. i superintendent of an orphanage
(Special to The Statesman.) j. home at Lewisburg. Pa., and Mrs.
. I 11 rti ax? iritl n
S. Bonahan, wife and daughter.
Mrs. Horn and two children, who
have been spending several weeks
at Belknap springs, returned
home Saturday." Mr. Bohanon and
wife expect to leave shortly after
the hop picking season for south
ern California' where they will
spend the winter.
George Craber and wife, who
have, been making an extended
visit with relatives in this city,
departed Sunday for their noma
aj Walla Walla. Wash.
Miss Louise Banman will leave
the middle of the week for Cen
tralia and Chehalis, Wash., for
a visit with friends. She expects
to make a fortnight visit there.
John Hiltibrandt, wife and
daughter were Sunday visitors in
Miss Bessie Craber Is visiting
with relatives at Hoquaim. Wash.
A number of Independence peo
ple enjoyed an old fashioned pic
nic Sunday at Wilhoit springs.
There were 36 in the party mak
ing the trip in autos and after
reaching the springs, covers were
spread on the ground and a sump
tuous banquet was served. Late
in the evening all returned and
a part of the party stopped at
Eola camp grourtds where thpv
partook of the remaining edibles
left from the noonday meal.
Those in the party were Chester
Henkle and wife. W. H. Walker
and wife. Dr. Charle3 Dunsniore.
H. Mattlson and wife. PmH
Hodges and wife. George Carbray
and wife, C. O. Sloper and wife.
James Robbie and wife, W. H.
Cockle and wife. Alfred Williams
ana tamlly, c. W. Irvine, wife and
two children. Mrs. Dr. Snann W
J. Clark, wife and familv. z r.
Kimball, wife and daughter. J V.
Ilorton and wife of Salem.
Miss Gretchon Kreampr hna re
turned home from Berkeley, Cal .
wnere she attended the university
there. Her SDecial ffrars con
sisted of high school music super
vision, history and nnlvorcitv
chorus work and was also a voio
pupil of the renowned Arnold
Wagnor of Los A n gel es Mi co,
Kreamer expects to return io Sa
lem next month to resume her
position as music supervisor or
Miss Lolo Morgan Will tari
at Wasco the coming school year..
rme expects to leave here about
September 5, after SDendin th
summer under the parental roof
uu oisin street.
Mrs. 0. L. Foster left truv fn.
an extended visit with relatives in
me middle West states. On her
Itinerary trip she will
Colorado Sprint's. rnln rr
visit of several weeks with a. sis
ter, and a brother at riintnn
Mo., as well as other rlMv. n
Chicago and Detroit, returning by
way of California.
J. Peters, wife in iT twn ilanp'i.
ters, who have been spending
week at Pacific Citv
Arter the close of
session of Cloverdalo p,').
lodge tomorrow evening, a social
time will be en loved. Th era will
be music, dancing and lunch.
against fire, the E. Cl
company hop ranch has been
Closed to the public and visitors
will only be nermitteH nnnn writ.
ten consent of the manager. At
rni me gates will be locked.
L- bumnter. at one dm. a
dent of this city, but for the nast
nine or ten veers ha nwMo at
Wlnlock. Cal.. Is visiting bi, v,;0
daughter. Mrs. M. F. Ford.
John Sumnter ntirl fnTnii,
Falls City were over th. t,itio
of the week visiting with his
Professor Gilmore and wif h
started on their overland' trin
from Salem to Pennsylvania, wers
ppnsea oi tne news that Mrs.
Gllmore's parents. Rev. and Mrs.
Mumey of Salem, who also will
move to Pennsylvania, has been
notified of bis . aypolataent as
Mumey will be matron of the
same institution, which is con
ducted by the Evangelican denonir
'Miss Vera Johnson spent the
week-end at Falls City with Mrs.
J. M. Gentry, who held at one
ttmethe ,reimtaiDn of making
more hop-pegs-than any man InE
Oregon, oik since the advent oi
prohibition moved to Camas,
Wash., was here several days last
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Ladies' IFalB Hots
New Styles Arriving Every Day New Plush Sailors in Beaver, Brown, Navy
and Black. 5ee 1 hem that's the Best Advice We Can Give
$3.98, $4.75, $5.45, $7.90
Oar Prices Always The Lowest
I j Commercial and Court Streets : ; ; . ,
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Totaling $510.00 Cash
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