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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1922
West Ssierc teste
Have You a Suggestion?
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If anyone has a suggestion tor.
another name for t the t present
WesLSaJem, let 'a hsar about It.
West Salem will bensucn
thinr in tbj'- federal ; tlitectory.
according to advices received yes
terday from the postmaster gen
eral . at Wasbtytgton, Tie an
nouncement says: "1 1 ;V
' ' "The department "advises that
the name West Salem' cannot! be
approved. Kindly confer with
th' patrons of the proposed of
ficers with a view to. selecting
some name not how appearing on
.the current postal guide."
The chances for error In he
hat dling: . 9fk raaH Stb two, names
so similar as Salem and West Sa-
lem,: laad the postal- ant hoirttlea
to refuse sanction to the name al
ready chosen. Postmaster August
Hnckesteln, to whom the matter
of christening the new municipal
infant is referred, is open to sug
gestions from the west-alders who
have names to propose. No of
fice can be establiahed there un
til a name Is officially bestowed.
Commercial Club to Be
Busy Throughout Week
This week is to be a busy one
at the Commercial crew;
Monday noon is the regular club
Tuesday night the Chexrians
take on a good square at 6:15,
with a business meeting to follow.
On Thursday the Boy Scout
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STXHDAT HEALTH TALK HO. 31
BT O, X SCOTT, D.Cj j
"Just how a child comes by displace
ments of the spinal vertebrae is not hard
to appreciate if you watch them at play.
They get some bard falls and jolts, and
unless the spine is given attention every
now and then spme chronic aliment is apt
to develop. It was thus with Violet Wat
son.. Something threw! the proper verte
brae out of alignment and Rheumatism re
sulted. , For years she walked with a cane.
Rheumatism la due to pinching of spi
nal nerves to the kidneys and liver. This
reao!t ; sluggish actlTity of these tvo
eliminating organs. As the waste poisons
accumulate in the system the symptoms de
velop that warrant the physician in calling
it ' rheumatism The chiropractor bring
the patient-back to health by eliminating
the caiuse -epjnal nerve t pressure and
when this pressure Is gon, Nature grad
ually clears the system ofi waste poisons
and the sufferer becomes well.
mole, Kerry, is
I lik getting mar
ried. You Beyer
yon got the
wronf kind un
til it U too lata"
PRESSURE ON SPINAL
NERVES IN DISEASES OF
THE FOLLOWING ORGANS:
UNDER THE MAGNIFY
mo class b Pinched
BY A MISALIGNED JOINT. .
PINCHED NERVES CANNOT
TlCAtUUSflNa RE ?
MOVES TH E PRESSURE,
THE UPPER NERVE IS
Bedfast tor Seven
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"My daughter, Violet Wat
son, was ill tea years with
rheumatism, tn her last at
tack she wast bedfast seven
months. Her case was pro
nounced . hopeless and we
turned to chiropractic. After
a time she threw away a cane
she had used for years. Today
she is In perfect health. I can
symphasize with all such suf
, ferera . and recommend ckiro
. practJc.';-YillJam R. Watson,'
Chiropractic Research Bureau,
Statement No. 1223M.
You can make an appointment
for your health's sake by tel
Dir. O; L. Scott
Chiropractor i L
414-19 G. S. Bank Bid, - - VV Phone 87
HEW GRANT MEMORIAL. TO BE UTIVEILEO OK APRIL ZT DTWASHIKCTOHL
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r On the afternoon of April 27 on the one hundredth anniversary of
the birth, of Jjiysses S. Grant official Washington will gather in the
Botanic Garden, t the head of the Mall, and celebrate with appropriate
exercises the unveiling of the Grant Memorial Statue. It will be a mem
orable occasion,"A sprinkling of G. A.R. veterans in their old uniforms
will mingle wijtt the surviving members of the Grant family, represen
tatives of historical societies and Senators and Congressmen in tall
bats and frock coats; camera men will be there, and countless other
spectators. There will be music, perhaps a prayer: several of the gen
tlemen fh frock coats will speak. Then while the crowd presses for
ward on tiptoe to miss no gesture of the dramatic moment, somebody
will pull a string and a series of muslin draperies will flutter down in
the wind, revealing bronze groups of men and horses and a great .grim
figure on horseback altogether the largest unit of sculpture in the
world. Above is shown one of the allegorical groups, depicting a Union
cavalry charge, with which the statue of the commander of the Federal
forces is adorned.
school opens, at 7:30. It will
hold regular sessions every week
tor seven weeks.
Friday night the Mistland Field
and Stream club takes the hall at
On Saturday night the employes
of the Pacific States Telephone ft
Telegraph- company hold their
big get-together meeting, with a
literary and musical program and
a luncheon.. ;
Steward John Rundberg and
Manager Duncan promise to have
the house filled "with good fellows
practically day and night. .
Two Youths Are Killed
By Bullet' of Officer
FORT SMITH. Ark., March 11.
A single , bullet from Deputy
Sheriff McClure's gun killed Roy
Pried, 17, and fatally wounded
Fred Evans; ; 25,- at a dance at
Panama - last night. Evans died
this afternoon. , '
McClure says he Jabbed his gun
into the side of Evans with no
intention of shooting. The bullet
passed through the body of
Evans and struck Price above the
right eye, killing him almost in
"It has been figured out that ul
timately man will live to be SOU
years old. Is this a promise or a
Lafayette Mineral Springs,
"ell ion ara nf ferine f raia rtienmitinm.
orlc meld diathesis, gout. Bright' disease,
diabetea, dises of the nervous system
tad tha skin, we ca cure or relUve you.
Hotel nd 4Aqttac 'iAk JrjJtirmatioBi
FRUIT ID HEN
Series of Sessions for Week
Are Arranged by Polk
County Agent .
F. D. 1. and the second at 2
o'clock, at the E. Hennigin plant,
at Independence. H E. Cosby,
poultry expert, is to preside at
these demonstrations, the whole
subject of poultry as it would be
helpful at this time of the year
the mating, incubating, brooding.
feeding, ana preparing for the
market of the chicks that will be
the hens and the fryers of next
winter. All who are interested in
poultry, are invited to attend.
Paul Carpenter, county agent
for Polk county, has announced
ah important fruitmen's meeting
for Wednesday at 10 o clock, .at
the F. C. Ewing fruit dryer on
the Wallace road. "From 10 un
til we finish," is the way he sets
i ProU. H P. Barss, of the plant
diseases division,, and Prof. A. L.
Lovett," of the department of 'en
tomology, O. A. C. are to be two
of the speakers. They are to dis
cuss especially the - insect pests
that affect the cherry. The fruit
growers are urged to come and
learn a lot of the newest, best
things about making an orchard
pay. A spraying and. insect-fight
ing campaign for the whole year.
which is recognized to be aneceay
sity if the insects are to be con
trolled, is to be laid out at the
meeting, and plans for cleaning
up the infested orchards will be
offered. ' .
The same busy official agricul
turist has arranged for a series
of poultry meetings for next week.
The first is to be held Thursday.
at 1:30, at the Mrs. James Wood
en farm bn Gold creekf Two are
set for Friday.' one at 10 a. nx, at
the McCall & Co. farmj two miles
north oMhe Salem bHdpe, on R
fe- of Distinction
If you have kept up with the trend of times you know davenports
liave long since taken their place among the living room essentials. One
of the principal reasons for this. To begin with, a great many living
rooms today have open fireplaces. The davenport may be placed in front
of the fireplace, thus forming a cozy corner and a comfy cushion ail in
one, lou may place a nice narrow, graceful davenport table, together
with a floor lamp or table lampand surely it makes the most charming
setting as well as the most practical one. Today we arc showing a beau
tiful line of davenports, pur combination bungalow tapestry davenport
cannot be beaten, let us show you.
TO HEAD ZION DRIVE.
Mysterious Animal Scares
Folks Over in Polk coumy
Reports come of a "some. kind
of wild animal" tnai ihicti
brrssh and hillsides over In Polk
roantr. about five miles from Sa
lem. The stories range ail "
way from a bob-cat to a puma,
from a fox to a coyete and then
on up to & bull-wolf, from a bad
ger to a bald-faced bear with nine-.
Inch claws. Nobody has seen the
creature, but they're either beard
it or of iu and they ve seeu
killed sheen or else found
them dead, and wnere u raw
have crossed tne roaa ocu
how else could it have been on
both sides at close intervals i
Hunters believe there is noin
ing more serious than a scary coy
ote, that is hungry enough to aaYe
to eat whatever mere is ioo.
tv Wlrrina. authority on shoot
in subjects, snd Miller Hayden,
nri coo and gun. man on the
local police force, nave pianncu to
go over and sleuth out the story.
Thev will go today if the weather
sign is right.
Medical Society Meets ...
In Salem Tuesday Night
yemVro snd took an aVtJve part
e, --a Mar
in the earty uie z .
Ion county. - - ; - . a
The funeral will neu
Strict Rules Laid Down .
By Postmaster General
The postal service Is to
nothing if not normal, if one is
?o Judfe by the t official bul
?tln fmanatlng from the new
postmaster general, nubert Work
ht Colorado, who took office only
last week. V
This very first signed pro
nouneement. apearing as the. tirst
signed article in the official pos
tal bulletin, the department tfallT
postal service, from Washington,
decrees: - ..
"It Is a criminal offense t
send or receive obscene, or Inde
cent matter by mail or by ex
press." This is to be displayed
by postmasters all over tbo
tlon, on posters signed by Hu
bert Work, postmaster general
General instruction lot the dis
play,, of these cards., and for the
determination of what is indecent
in pictures, literature or In drUga
or. chemicals, are a part of this
first official order. . .
The regular monthly meeting
of the Polk-Yamhill-MariQn
County Medical society will be
held at the Commercial club
rooms, Salem, on Tuesday, March
14. at 8 p. m.
The program follows:
Round table discussion of the
prevailing epidemic diseases.
Discussion opened by Dr. C. E.
Round table discussion of the
League for the Conservation of
Public Health. Discussion opened
by Dr. W. B. Morse.
A special item of business will
be a consideration of the physi
cians' fee schedule.
Handsaker to Address
Commercial Club Monday
John . Handsaker, chairman of
the Xear East Redief for Oregon,
is to be the t-peaker at the Com
mercial club at the Monday noon
Mr. Handsaker has traveled over
the country to which he is now
devoting his time and thought.
The address is purely informa
tive and not an appeal for money.
The ftory of this unhappy but
deathless land that has lived on
its nerve- foe o interminable a
thnei aftev- most 'other peoples
would have died or moved away
tn despair, is one of the epics of
all human history. Mr. Hansaker
who has traveled there and gath
ered some of the spirit that ani
mates the people, will "tell the
club many things that men will
he glad to know. The luncheon
at 12 sharp.
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save miles of steps. Why . not
join our iclub. $1 put it in your
on all reen-fiher willow and
grass furniture; fine easy rock
ers at the old low price.
, WALL PAPER
to close out quickly, many drop
ped patterns, now 5c per bolt.
LEATHER CHAIRS and
. ; ROCKERS
priced from $25 and up. "Why
paj more. ?w hen? you can get
the best for less here.
driven brush. Electric sweeper.
FREE Let us clean your
rugs. Phone 29 for a free dem
onstration of our sweeper
We jWill exchange your old
goods as part payment on new.'
It will pay you to visit our ex-j
340 Court Street
C. S. HAMILTON
340 Coarf Street
A; C. Expert Will
I ; Address Beekeepers
I SH.VERTON. Ore., March 11.
(Special to The Statesman) Ar
rangements have been made to
have II. A. Scullen, a member of
the extension department of O.
A, C. give an address on beekeep
ing', at the Silverton Community
Club rooms Friday evening March
J7. The beekeepers of Marion
county will hold their meeting
there that night and it is for the
purpose of forming a Beekeepers'
association that the meeting is
being held and that Mr, Scullen
has been asked to speak.
, AVTATOTt UXIXJUUED
I RENO, March 11. Pilot Scott
Walked into Deile, Utah, at 1:50
this ' .afternoon, spending the
night lost in a blizzard, accord-
Judge Henry J. Dannenbanm of
Houston, Tex has arrived in New
York as the first "dollar a year
man of the Zionist movement to
direct the Eastern campaign of
the Palestine Foundation JMnd.
For years Judge Dannenbanm has
been a leader in civic affairs in
Texas. He was Food Administra
tor for that State during the war.
He was also Deputy under Attorney-General
"Wickersham for the
enforcement of the Mann anti
white slave act. He has given up
his law practice and real estate
holdings in Texas in order to di
rect the $3,000,000 campaign.
intr to wireless dispatches re
ceived at the Reno air mail field
He was forced to land yesterday
afternoon when he ran into
storm and in walking to Delle
was lost in the blizzard. He was
uninjured and, his plane was not
Josephus C. Thompson
Dies at Apartments Here
Josephus C. Thompson, pioneer
resident of Salem, died early Sat
urday morning at his apartments
in the Marion hotel. He was born
in Guernsey. O., in 1848 and was
more than 83 years old at the
time of his death-
He is survived by one son.
Sherman W. Thompson; a sister,
Mrs. R. M. Rounds of Milton-on-
the-Hudson. N. Y.. and two grand
daughters, Mrs. William C. Kilts
of Vancouver. B. C. and Miss
Louise Thompson of Salem.
Mrs. Thompson died in 1909
and since that time Mr. Thompson
had made his home at the Marion
Mr. Thompson crossed the,
plains to Oregon more than 60
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