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THE OREGON STATESMAN! Rat en
SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1921
to rreater number , than ererubft-"
THREE STARS OF THE GRIDIRON
lore, .however, and. In addition to
teachers supplied . by. the govern
ments many town have employed
extraj teachers with . private .funds
In order to insure adequate In
struction In English. , ; i j
Mr. Huyke has announced - that
he will endeavor to continue the
policy of giving, the teaching of
English and Spanish equal Impor
tance in the public schools. ; ?
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Dont pass this upmake your boy ; or girl happy this
, Christmai-Give them a bicycle, here is a plan that
everyone can afford. Pay i
casfi and pick out the wheel you want. Then nav $2
per week and we will, deliver the bicycle to your home
Christinas Eve. Don't delay as this off er is good for
only a short time only.
The largest stock of wheels in the city to select from.".
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The Cycle Man"
147 South Commercial Street
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A used car bought from bur floor will insure the buyer 4
I real value because all of these are marked to sell at the '
lowest f prices. 1 It'll ' pay , you . to inspect the largest
' showing iri'the city-Oleson's stock before you make '
Ja' decision oh any buy. '
1 V PasenS.er ' Maxwell, self starter
; ! and nms good....J...U.- v..$175 . ;;
ffffittiflfl' .-$150" " 1 v
J T 1917 Dodge touring, come quick if
. -ti you want 'this for ..-L..$350" T' ;
'M919 Chevrolet touring, tip top con- y
. : ... aition: . ', :.; $35o
341 North Commercial St
" , , Salem's lsed.Car Center
One-fifth, or 20 percent, of all the trucks
sold in the United States during the second!
quarter of" 1921, in the kame capacities as
MACKS are btult, WERE MACK TRUCKS. '
There larelisted 19 inakes tf lHonl:
trucks, - 82 of 24ons, 103 of 2-tohs, 89 of
: - A- " These are MACS dies 'and 1 out c. every
UlHi o 4?r.th tdtal number of; trucks sold by all
these prodtfcers were MACK trucks. M
" Thl folbwingi ficureii areJ even :jnore
sUrtimg: 2344,perceit of faU'the.2H-ton:
trucks; '35.45 percentof aH ije 3.tin
? trucks; 29.44 percent of allHhe 6-ton trucks
and 81.04 percent of all the 7 Vtorf trucks
sold in the entire eonntnr within tha At
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fi ignaiea penoa were jLau& trucKS. i
i f; This is a significant triumph for th&high
5 grade, completely manufactured truck, the
T trucK witn zi yearsoi successful production
behind it,-the MACK truck. 1 '
Hack" Internationale Fildtbr
" " Track Ccrporttidn
A. ,T; Steiser, Eepresentative ; f
333 N.iComl St
- 'Salem, . Oregon
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I 1 I I1 4 RUTfiERS tJ
Juan B. Huyke is First Nat
ive to Direct island Work
International Justice Court
of Nations' League Rep
JUDGES ARE SKETCHED
Brief History of 1 1. Members
ui reace .iriuunaiuiven
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SAN JUAN Iorto Rico., Oct.
. Juan B. iHuyke, appointed by
President IlaMinig to be Commis
sioner of Education, is the first
Porto Rican to be chosen for this
government pbstj He succeeds Dr.
Paul G. Miller, of Wisconsin, -who
was commissioner for about eight
years. Since , 1838, all heads of
the school system have been from
Mr, Huyke was formerly a gen
eral superintendent of schools and
himself Is a product of the schools
of the Island! Since learing the
The class in English had reach
ed the point lrhere they were
writing short stanzas. Several pu
pils had. recited with varying com
ment! by the teacher, and at last
Harvey, the village bad boy, vras
called on and read: ,
I saw a pretty lady.
Strolling beneath. the tree, (
She slipped into a mud-puddle
That came up ' to her shoe-
i tops." .
"But, Harvey," objected the
teacher, your lines do not
"Don't I know It!" repuea .Har
vey in a disgusted tone; "the pud
dle wasn't i deep enoa gh." - .
OTTER ROCK HOTEL?
! OTTEK XOOK,. OKEOOX ; ;
Corta to Otter Rook sn hav a real
aeatioa, reitfal and MmwiM. ; iei
Near t leTir PobcH Bowl. rm xb
in iff tfca roeka, lta f muaaata 4
clama N fcettar rata a the VTfn
noara ana room www.
yjQHble GaMe Vase firCi
"VVe M don't i sayvit'i the-
but it any one tiro could
assume that dtstlnctlon--J
Federal could, ; "
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' .Used , by practical notary
jsta tiro world oTer,
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KattV Korner Blirt
on IIolc j
Yo wUl Uke it. ; Ta aailea ' aorta -? of I j n.
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THOMAS H. HQRyiKO. Ottar Hock. Of I ' --rir .,-: t rT ti-.Y j
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; ;l GENEVA,. Oct. 12. professors
ofi, International law constitute a
majority of the members of the
new court of international . jus
tice as just elected by the league
of nations. Its composition is as
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Five professors of law In uni
jTwo who are both professors
of law and lawyers.
1 One statesman.
f At least five are professors of
international law; while one is a
professor of the history of po
litical and civil Institutions. '
. Nations Represented
The professors are Moore, of
the United States; Altamira, of
Spain;-Arzilotti, of Italy; Huber,
of "Switzerland; Oda, of Japan;
Weiss of France, and Bustamente
The lawyers include
Great Britain and Lodfr of Hoi
land. Altamira and Anzilotti are
both professors of laws and law
Nyholm of Denmark Is called a
Jurist and Barbosa oil Brazil; a
statesman and. constitution-mak
IjMany of the 11 Judges are or
have been diplomats or members
of commissions or international
tribunals which entitle! them to
be classes as jurists and states
men of international repute.
I (Here are brief" thumb-nail
sketches of the 11:
j John ' Bassett Moorfe of the
United States Professor of in
ternational law and diplomacy; at
Columbia universitv for! 30 vears:
b as been third assistant secretary
Of state and counsellor of the
state department; member of nu
merous international tribunals or
tommissions and once member, of
the permanent . court at The
4Yiscount Robert Banaatyne Fin
lay of. Great Britain, studied med
icine; became a lawyeV, member
of ' parliament,', solicitor general,
attorney general, - lord rector ; of
Edinburgh . university,! chancellor
of r England, and '. member of the
permanent court of arbitration.
I kMax. Huber of Switzerland is
professor of International law, in
jthe University , of Zurich, Juris-
consul in the political. . depart
ment of the Swiss government
and was a delegate toj The Hague
conference in 1907. ,
' i Dedrik Galtrup Gjedde, Nyholm
of Denmark, has been a member of
the Mixed: International -Tribunal
at Cairo since .1906 and a mem
ber of the court of arbitration.,-
Senator Ruy Barbosa, of Brazil,
ihas .been i rice-president of that
country, minister of -finance, mem
ber of 'the 'second' Hague confer
ence and, was one. of, the authors
of the Brazilian, constitution. ; -;
s B. C- J. Loder of 'Holland, is a
specialist 1 1n maritime, law, has
been a member of the Holland su
preme court and wasa member of.
the commission .which -drew up ihe
plan for the v international court
of which e is a r judge.
Dr. Yorozu Oda, of'Japanj is
proiessor oi-tne taw college of the
Yyoto f Imperial university Is a
samaurl of the former. Saga clan,
Kudied'iaw -ln-England,, France"
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and Germany and is the author of
works, on the science of law and
Japanese administration law. He
is 53 years old.
Charles Andre Weiss of France,
is an Alsatian, born in Mnlhouse.
He is professor'of law in the Uni
versity of Paris; a member of the
Institute of France, jurisconsul
for the French foreign ministry,
member of the academy of moral
and political sciences and member
of the permanent court of arbitration.
Senator Rafael Altamira y Cre-
vea of Spain, is profesor of the
history of political and civil insti
tutions in the University of Ma
drid. He was a member of the
commission of the league of na
tions which elaborated the project
for the international court of jus
tice and was president of the Ibero
American Institute of comparative
law. He was a member of the ar
bitration commission established
In 1914 in the dispute between
France, Spain and i Germany over
mining rights in Morocco.
Dionisio Anzilotti of Italy. Is a
lawyer, under-secrelary general
of the league of nations, professor
of international laws in the Uni
versity of Rome and a member of
the permanent court of arbitra
Professor Antonio Sanchez de
Bustamente of Cuba, occupies the
chair, of international law in the
University of Havana, and is dean
of the law faculty, is a member of
the European institute of interna
tional law, president of the Cuban
society of international law .He
was a Cuban delegate to the
Hague conference in 1907, a dele
gate to the peace! conoference at
Versailles, a member of the court
of arbitration at. the Hague. He
has been a senator and president
of the foreign affairs committee of
the Cuban senate and is the author
of book. on international law.
"I claim that congressmen are
paid more than they're worth."
"How much are they paid?"
"I don't know." Nashville
Pop Laugh and grow fat.
Matty And - get laughed at.
education he has
interest In all
school matters aid thrpugh.his ef
forts many Porto Rican students
are maintained tn scholarships in
the states with funds contributed
here. He is klso president of the
Porto Rico chapter of the Ameri
can Kea cross
This year's school budget of
more than 14,000,000 is the larg
est in the history of the island, an
increase of more than $1,000,000
over last year, j Part of the in
crease was provided for employ
ing more teachers of English from
the mainland! but few were obtain
ed, owing toj short time between
the passing of thebudget and the
ODenlng of the sfchool year. Native
teachers of ;i.nplisn?are empioyea
ride a vheel
or girl ought id.
to school tKis
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THE UNIVERSAL CAR : , '
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A leaky, torri or shabby
top is a constant source of
worry, and discomfort. Why
not have us make the old
top handsome land really
serviceable by having it
The cost is reasonable, and,
if we do it, the work doesn't
take long, i Only the best
grade materials used.
We have four! men here at
all times to give you serv
ice and guarantee satisfac
tion. . ; .
We do all kinds of curtain
and ' cushion repair work.
Hull's Tbp Shop
T. C. Wood, Mgr. '
(Back of Y. It C-A. Bldg.)
271Chcmeketa St. -
" $738.09 F. 0. B. Salem
Delivered to Your
$805.77 F. O.lB. Saicm,:
Regarding our two; Closed Models: ..No finw appointments, rio greater
riding comfort, no more satisfaction to owners 'can be obtained from hich-
er pnecu cars uiun uiu uc iuuiiu in
with their genuine whip cord upholstery, heaw nlatP winHnw liAriS
sianing ana igmuau ,cm uia aemountable rims with 3v Inch l
around.. In the! spring, summer and early fall, the drop down w
r.-xrTTATrv arid double ventflating wind shields: and in.th'a mlrl nnd nrlmpni
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er, ciosea iigni ana anay trom araus, truly make then! the ideal cbmfort
'avv w car. f; j i
Eventually you are going to ride in a Closed Car. Why not
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