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TllE OFJSGON: STATEatASr? SALEM." OREGOfi
WEDNESDAY' MORNING.: AUGUST 17; 1921
Dy D 1LS0N
The Indies Social circle oi the
Central Congregational church an
nounce that their nsnal monthly
EllTer tea will be held in tlx
church parlors on the afternoon
of Thursday, August 18. The in
vitation 'is 'general. The hostess
es ars: Mrs,' C. Van Patten, Mrs.
.7. N. Robertson, Mrs. O. M. Kerr
and Miss Elizabeth Herreil.
Miss Gladys Jane Canter and
Mr. Frederick Robert Meyer were
married. at, .Sacramento. . Cal.. on
Mondav, Ausrust 15. The lorego
Ing will be of. interest to many Sa
lem people as Misa Canter was for
several years the society editor
o',the Statesman and a very pop
ular Salem girl. Mr. Meyer was
Also weir known' here. . He is te
son of.IL-George Meyer, one ot
Salem's early residents.
- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lee who
were maTried at Schaghtkoke,
Kew'York on July 6 are guests at
the home of Mr. Lee's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Lee. The
youm; people arrived Tuesday af
ternoon and expect to make Salsm
their home. -
Mr. and Mrs. James Syfces re
turned Monday evening from a
week-end ! outing in Cascadia as
quests of Mr. and Mr3. Konald
fllover who are camping thsre.
Mr. and Mr?. Glover who have
" Engraved Cards
Wedding Invitations and Visiting
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' Stone. Jars .':
Fruit Jars :
133 N. Liberty ; Phone 67
been away for about two weeks
are expected home In a week or
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lamb and
children are enjoying a two
weeks outing at the coast.
Miss Martha Swart left yester
dav for a two weeks' visit at New
port. Miss Swart will be the
guest ot Mls3 Marie Rinard.
Dr. L. M Grandmason a Los
Angeles optometrist, and her son
Lloyd F. Harris have neen puests
for the past week at the home of
Miss Lottie McAdams in West Sa
Miss Laura Lashway returned
Saturday from a two weeks' Tisit
in Victoria and Vancouver. B, C
Mrs. Z. J. Riggs,' Mr. S. A.
Riggs, Mrs. Fannie Mulkey and
Miss Jean De Witt returned Mon
day from a week-end outing at
Mrs. W. Conneli Dyer returned
Saturday from Newport where
she has been visiting her father
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Clay
. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Murrey left
this morning by motor for a
week's visit in Tacoma. '
Miss Lois Nye, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. G. A. Nye left this weeK
for an extended stay en Puget
Sound. She will first visit her
sister, Mrs. F. W. Schwab, at .Ta
coma, later spending a month at
Rainier National park.
Miss Lottie McAdam3 enter
tained Friday evening with a pic
nic supper at her home in honor
of h-?r house guests Dr. L. M.
Grandmason and Lloyd F. Harris
of Los Angeles. Following the
supper the guests repaired to the
J. R., Bedfordi home Mrhexfe. he
evening was spent in music and
games. Those, present were: tr.
L. M. Grandmason, Lloyd F. Har
ris, Mr. and Mrs. Cv A. Nye, Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. TJlrtch, Mr. and
Mrs. Clair Grey, Mr. and Mrs. J
,R. Bedford. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Brock, Misses Lois and Doris Nye,
Maxlne Ulr'ch. Olga Urey, nein
Bedford. Ruth iBedford. Alice
Wood. Mertie Stanton and Alda
Scovili:. Mrs. Mary; Billings, Mrs.
Francis E. Grey, Merrick Metcai!
and Miss Lottie McAdams.
i Mrs. M. A. DavU - of Wilber,
Keb., and granddaughter, Miss
Dee Davis of Beatrice. Neb., who
have been guests-at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shelley tor
several weeks are leaving for Ne
braska this week. The .homeward
journey will be broken by a stop
In Portland to visit relatives and
enjoy a Sunday on the Columbia
highway, also, by a short stay at
viUrW8ton iDrk4 Mr. and Mrs.
Snelley 'wili aecompany their
gueBts in Portland Jd order to
visit their, daughters Mrs. Frank
Cuppar and Mrs. Tearl Ling. Mrs.
Davis and Mrs. Shelley are sis-1
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rauch ard
Mrs. Mary Long visited at the
home of Salem friends, Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. Bolinger, on Sunday.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Rauch are well
known in Salem, Mr. Ranch for
merly having been a court report
er here and Mrs. Rauch a teacher
in the Salem high schc'jl.
Miss Asnes Bayne. Miss Mabie
Savage. Miss Violet Welborn. Miss
Mildred Trindle and Miss Ethel
Gittins returned yesterday from a
two weeks' trip to Alaska.
Mrs. Pearl Ling of Portland
spent last week with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shelley
Mrs. Ling has just returned from
a trip through Yellowstone park.
She returned to Portland the lat
ter part of the week.
The Well Dressed Woman
.Where The BJj Shows Play
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3 Days, Starting Tomorrow Night
. , August 181920
Special Matinee Friday and Saturday 2:15
The Event ot the Season
A Cinematic Road Show Supreme
IThe Picture The World Has Welcomed
' With lis Own
.: SUPERB ORCHESTRA
of Symphony Players in Full TJtcmalic Score
t 'All Evening Seats Reserved, Curtain 8:15
rirst Three Uowa and I-ist Four Rows Hoor ...$1.00
All Other Seats Lower Floor ;
Kntire Ikilcony.... :.. ;
Gallery. Not Reserved
' J .Alatincc Prlces--No-Reservations
AH Seals Lower Floor.;.... 1...;
All Balcony and Gallery Scats
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SEAT SALE NOW
State Highway Commission
to Open important Bids
at Next Meeting
Bids for the improvement of ap
proximately 55 miles of highway
and construction of several
bridges, at an aggregate cost or
more than 51,000,000 will be con
sidered at a special meeting o'
the state highway commission to
be held in Portland Augmt 30.
Thirteen counties in the state
vdli bo, affected by the proposed
road improvements, wnile bridges
will be constructed in six coun
It is announced at the highway
department that an effort will be
made to get many of the con
tracts under way tbls fall.
The several projact9 for which
bids will be received tollow:
Clackamas county Mt. Hood
Loop highway, Multnomah coun
ty line to Salmon river, divided
into three units. "Multnomau
county line - Sandy, 6.5 miles ma
cadam, 15.500 cubic yardb sur
facing. Sandy - Cherryvil'e, 6.7
miles macadam. 15.S00 cubic
yards surfacing. Cherryviile
Brightwood, 5.9 miles macartam.
13,700 cubic yards surfacing. )
Clatsop county Coast high
way, Youngs bay bridge and north
approach, paving. 1830 lineal
feet, 3900 square yards pavement.
Crook county Crooked River
highway. PrineviUe - Bear CreeK,
macadam. 7,700 cubic yards ear
Deschutes county Central
Oregon highway. Bend - Horse
Ridge section, graveling, 10.
miles, 10.000 cubic yards surfac
Douglas county Rosebar
Coos Bay highway, Winston-Cam
as1 Hill sect'on. 11.5 miles grad
ing, 127,000 cubic yards excava
Grant county John Day Rlv
er highway, Wheeter county line
east, 11.4 miles macadam, lo.
i 000 cubic yr.rds surfacing.
Hood River county Mt. Hood
oon highway, Rooth hill section
miles trrading, 7o,000 cubic
Jackson, and Klamath cornties
Ashland - Klamath Falls high-,
way. Jenny Creek - Hayden creeK
section, two units, 14.3 miles
trading, 49.000 cubic yards exca
Jackson county Pacific high
way. Asniana - uaieni Ee-uon
widening present roadbed &,tuu
cubic yards excavat'on. Pacific
highway. Central Point - Gold
Hill section, widening present
roadbed, 5000 cubic yards exca
Josephine county Pacific
hlrhwav. Wolf Creek - Uraves
creek section, widening roadbed
1G.500 cubic yards excavation
Malheur county Central Or-
e?on highway. Vale - Burrell sec
tion. 6.5 m'tes grading and grav
eling. 39,000 cubic yards exca
vation. 11,000 cubic yards gravei
John Day River highway, Jamie
son - nrocan section, C.2 miles
eraiHne. 35.000 cubic yards ex
Umatilla county OnarcT fence
. ma . J n ft .rv I
on state nignways, ain;.uat.ij
40.000 lineal feet.
Yamhill county West h'i
h'arhway. McMinnville - 'Vniity sec
fion. 2.4 miles graveling, s.mjv
cubic yards surfacing. West side
hithwav Yamhill city section,
8,000 cubic yards of pavement
Raker county Four culverts
and two short trestle spans on the
Huntington - Nt?!son section.
Lane county Superstructure
nnlr for a bridge over ts vvu
lamettn river between oiihro
Orove and Latham. ' Alternate
bids aro asked for on wood and
Malheui1 county a :m-io"
steel truss span with wooi ip
Rullv creeK near
Morrow county Three briag
es at the town of Hcppnr. A
?, 0-foot concrete span 1c the town
Umatilla county A bridge
over Rtaeo culch at Stanfleld.
Washington county A Con
crete bridge ot thre spans total-
fnr 7f feet in length over rog
gins creek n'J--' Forest CJrove.
T.j CI OKI A SWAX5HN.
iar rn mount PkHnivs.
No, you are mistaken: it not
black and white this time, but white
and Irish green, or scarlet and
cream; of gold and brown, or any
other of the season's popular color
However much we like black and
whita, and we do like It for sports
wear, as well as everytblsS; we
still cling very tenaciously to color
for out of doors. Many of our sooa
styles in sports clothes come from
England, and the English - have a
keen appreciation of color against
sea and sky. They go in even mor
riotously for color la their sports
clothes than we t!o. Eren an English
woman could not do better than
these new silk frocks for golf and
tennis and country club wear.
This one is of white Italian i!k
and Is as straight and loose as a
chemise model. It is "belted in ever
so slightly by a ribbon of vivid green
tricolet, with silk tasseU to match.
Another ribbon of tricolet serves as
a tie at the throat
And then bands of t'..c tricolet are
added all over the frock. The elbow-
sleeves are bound with it and set in
a very low armhole under a band of
A wide, slightly gathered sailor
collar is bound with green, and the
skirt is striped and latticed with the
The skirt is set up under a blouse
length bodice that Is finished with
a line or lnsn green aarmpg suicn
and triangles of French knots.
With it I wear a green and white
broad brimmed sun ha. white hose
and an entirely new and "spiffy"
strap pump green and white kid.
Even I should hesitate to add any
other color to the ensemble.
Prohibition Does Not De
crease Demand, is In
1921 crop, and 5000 extra work
ers wiir be needed.
Workers Show Sarpli.
Fresent indications point to n
over-supply of workers this sea
son The price of picking hops
will be 50 cents box and day
labor will be paid from (4 to $5
a day, according to. the class of
work. Many pickers are already
camped at different yards waiting
for the season to open, which will
be about September 5.
PICKERS FLOCKING IN
Quarter of Million Dollars to
Be Paid for Labor
Lane County Bar Associa
tion Seeks Disbarment
Of L, R, Edmunson
Proceedings were filed in the
supreme court yesieraay urging
that Leon R. Edmunson, until last
April a practicing attorney of Eu
gene, ba disbarred from Xurther
legal operations in this state. The
complaint was prepared by mem
bers of the grievance committee
of the Lane County Bar associa
Attorney Edmunson is accused
by the complaint of being wanted
by the Lane county officials on, a
charge of having liquor in hi
possession. The warrant for
Ldmunsons arrest was thed on
April 26. 1921, but the accused
man . left the county before i,t
could be served. When last heard
from Mr. Edmunson was living in
Victoria, B. C.
The accusations made againct
the attorney will be served by
publication, and if he fails to a;
pear and contest the proceedings
a default order of disbarment wtl
be issued by the court. Should
Mr. Edmunson contest the disbar
ment proceedings then it will be
necessary to appoint a referee and
take the testimony of the several
was one of the popular meeting
places of politicians long before
the primary law became effective
After leaving Salem Mr. Wag
ner went to StocKton wnere
was interested in several .hotel.
He also had other interests there.
Another way to get rich would
INDEPENDENCE, Or., Aug. 16.
(Fpecial to The Statesman. )t
Xotwithstanding that many hop
growers a few years ago plowed
up their hop fields, thinking that
the demand for hops would be a;
thing of the past, there is in the
territory directly tributary to In
dependence more than 3300 acres'
(i rowers Abandon Yard.
Following the advent ot prohi-:
bition in 1914, many of the hop
yards were abandoned and the,
planting of sugar beets was sub
stituted as an experiment, but as
the season was one of the dryest
experienced in years, the growers
became discouraged and the fol
lowing .year many permitted their
lands to remain dormant. The
last two years the old hop fields
were again utilized in the grow
ing of hops, until today the acre
age is almst as large, if not larg
er, than that recorded before pro
hibition. Industry Growing.
The extent of the industry con
tinues to grow each year as the
price of hops seems to be encour
aging and yields a net return to
the grower especially to those
who were fortunate enough to ob
tain profitable contracts during
the high price period.
Hop growers in this section will
pay out in labor approximately a
Harry Carey, the picture star la
about as affable a chap as one
would care to meet but once in
awhile he does get peered and this side op
is mosC likely to occur when the
company Is n location and it la a
hurry. io get; th work dona and
return o tM studio. ; '
Not jfo Ion go. the Carey com- i
pany was ou location In the north.
country, , but " Instead of finding
sonny weather it was cold and
This was bad enough, bat the
exploslin carne in the tiny restau,
rent when the chatty waiter re
marked: ' !
- "Thj rain will be here In a
xninute or .two, -air." -
"WbWell ; wanta rain!' thun
dered Carey." "I dindnt order
any, Iiu waiting tor epirs- aunny
be to invent a eame as pooular quarter of a million dollars this
a.s bapeball. season for the harvesting of tho
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1JEFOUE BUYING A PjlCfNOGflAPlI
Ask us to play Brunswick llccordsfor ytiu. l They can
be played on any - phonograph oisinyr; stccj ' or .fibre,
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MOORE DUNN mVSIC CO,
Salem; ; Oregon
Supply Company Formed,
Articles Are Filed
The University Supply com
pany,- With headquarters in i'-u-gene,
has been incorporated by M.
M. McCliin. John F. Bevard and
E. C. Robbins, according to arti
cles filed here yesterday. The
capital stock is $10,000.
The Golden Chariot Mining
Milling company has filed notice
of dissolution. Headquarters oi
the company was at Newport.
A. I. Wagner, Former
Hotel Man Passes Away
Governor Olcott yesterday re
ceived a telegram from Stockton,
Cal., announcing the dpnth there
of A. I. Wagner. Mr." Wagner was
one of the early residents' of Sa
lem and conducted the old Cfce
meketa hotel Irere. This hotel
No Women Jurors on
Multnomah Fall List
PORTLAND, Or.. Aug. 16.
Unless somebody who is Interest
ed in The matter obtains a court
ruling on the question there will
he no woman jurors In Multno
mah county until 1922.
This is the decision of Lou Har
low, deputy in the office o! coun
ty clerk, who will within a few
days draw ttrs regular tail jury
panel from the list or eligible
prepared before the 1921 session
of the legislature parsed U. wo
men jury question on to the vot
r and the voters approved the
bill. Tho eligible Z'.et contains thc
names of no women.
A Northwest Product
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XHE U, S.USCO TREAD
Here is the U. S. Usco Tread,
with a Iong-stblishcd standard
cf service among motorists who
fcave en eya to value, ss well aa
to price. Whils selling for Ices t han
the other tire3 in the U. S. Fabric ;
line, tho Usco has earned a ri'p'J- '
tation for quality antl depcndablb j
economy which is not tscaeJed
by aoy tire iu iu class.
Cirinf to th9 fabric Vr9 v aar
Wv f 1m. Bni siada
now. Bwi tuppd bow." ,
are Good Tires
U. S, USCQ TREAD
U. S. CHAIN TREAD
U. S. NOBBY TREAD
U. S. ROYAL CORD
U.S. RED & GREY TUBES
IN all of modern merchandising
f the biggest conundrum is the
fabric tlfe situation.
Around 70 of all car owners
use fabric tires.
Their instinct for quality is as
strong and insistent as any one
Why, then, are they offered
such hodge-podge stocks of "dis
count tires,""odd lots," "seconds,"
"retreads" and other so-called
bargains of uncertain origin?
Sooner or later the public al
ways seeks out quality. As a
matterof self-protection if for
no other reason. The out-and-out
opinion in favor of U. S. Fabric
Tires has spread more this year
than it ever did. ?
fi'ft fi if
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People have gotten Very close to
the U.S. policy. Felt it.. Benefited
by it And passed .the word along.
ard for all U. S. Tires. Whether,
fabrics or cords.! Small sizes or -large.
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Giving to the fabric tire user
fresh, live tiHts, Being rnado
now. Being shipped riau
All the original US. vitality
and serWceojrnes through when
you buy a U. S. Fabric Tire.
"Usco," "Chain, f "Nobby.
Three different treads.
Built by the same! brains, tho
same policy, the same quality
ideals that have made U. S.
Royal Cords the standard meas
ure of tire worth. '
Joseph Foley, Salem, Oregon
Gingrich -Motor Co., Salem, Oregon
Marion AutomoUilc Co Salem, Oregon
Ira Jorgcnscn, Salem, Oregon
A. L. Bones, Tjirner, Oregon
Salem Automobile Co Salem, Oregon
Salem Vulcanizing Works, Salem, (Orcgon
D. Owin Liberty,, Oregon r l
Lilly Hardware Co., Stayton, Oregon , . - ;
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