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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 19. 19
' TO BE OiJ HID
Agricultural Bloc Will Be
Discussed at. Commercial
Every fanner, every one Inter
ested In . farming, everybody who
wants to know how to get in tooeh
with the : farmers' , money, or to
get blm money to that be can
' hare It to spend In Oregon, Is be
ing InTlted to attend the Commer
cial club luncheon Monday noon,
when E. E. Faville of Portland Is
to apeak on "The Agricultural
Bloc" of tbe United States con
gress. " Professor Faville, who Is the
editor of tbe Western Farmer, at
tended tho recent national farm
ers' convention at Washington,
called by President Harding, and
brings home the whole story of
what tbe so-called agricultural
bloe aims to do and actually is
The alms, the personnel, the
methods, tlra achievements, of
this unique non-political business
organization that is trying . to
solve the farm and common people
problems of the nation, will be
given In detail. It Is a big sub
ject to handle In one short . hour.
on top of a good dinner, but If ev
erybody Is there -on time, a very
wonderful story can be told with
in the boar.
A Warmiag to ret tired be
fore exertion Is not laziness It's
a sign that the system lacks vi
tality, and needs tbe tonic effect
of Hood's Sarsaparilly. Suffer
ers should not delay. Get rid of
that tired feeling by beginning to
take Hood's Sarsaparllla today.
ME IDE TO
"How many halves In a football
"There are seven; The two
halves of the game, tbe right and
. i . . . . i n .
toe ten nan on taca eieven, u
me quarifr on each team, -m-cago
Whether yon are raising
Vegetables, .Flowers, or
Plants this year, you
don't want to be disap
pointed in results.
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for their reliability. They
assure success for hun.
dreds of gardeners who
find pleasure and profit
in "growing their own."
And not only do you get seeds here, but SERVICE. Bring your plant
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251 State Street
Feedmen and Seedmen
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Representatives Sherman Clay & Co. Pianos.
New and Used Pianos from
Accusation Filed With Su
preme Court Against Lane
CROOKED WORK CLAIMED
Attorney Said to Have Mis
Belonging to Ward
ber 10, 1919. irore than a ttonta
after Ma resignation waa aought.
Tbe note tk-n oat at' that time
was made payable to Jones and
the mortgage was found to be a
second one, so the complaint de
clares, and the first mortgage on
tbe property in question was bare
ly sufficient to cover tbe value of
the property. The eompla.'nt fur
ther declares that "the purported
note and mortgage waa procured
to conceal tbe misappropriation
by him of the money belonging
to the estate amounting to
810.71 and asks that h be dis
barred from practicing as an at
torney in this state.
cf the ghost, be Science clab of
the Silverton high school seems
to have taken special interest in
the affair and ts trying to solve
the mystery. So far no solution
bas bfn reached.
State Senator Walter B. Jones
of Eugene is the target of disbar
ment proceedings filed in the
state supreme court yesterday by
the grievance committee of the
Oregon Bar association to prevent
him from practicing- as an attor
ney in this state. The reason as
signed for the proceedings is giv
en as "willful fraud and deceit
and misconduct in his profes
sion." Jones is cited to appear
before the court Aif.il 17 to an
ewer the association's charge.
Jones, who represents Lane
county in ths senate, has been a
member of the legislature for the
last six years and is a candidate
for re-election in May.
Charge fOHIO Shortage
In the complaint, filed by Elton
Watkins of Portland, prosecutor
of the grievance committee of tne
Oregon Bar association, it is spe
cifically charge! that Jones "ap
propriated to his own use and
benefit approximately $9310.71
belonging to the estate of Hazel
M. O'Dell, an aged resident ot
Multnomah county." It is stated
that of this pum bat 17,000 was
covered by Jones surety.
On February 10, 1919, Jones
was appointed guardian of the
property of Miss O'Dell by the
probate court of Multnomah coun
ty. According to the complaint,
it was agreed at that time that
Jones would resign as guardian
and make an accounting at any
me requested. Early in AuguBt
ot that year, so the accusation
state. Miss O'Dell asked, him to
resign. He refused to comply
with hsr expressed wish and at
torneys were r.ppointed on her be
half to mako the demand.
It is stated In the complaint
that several requests were made
for his resignation but be failed
to heed them. . Finally proceed
ings were begun and he was ous-
ted the latter part of 1919. lnj
January of 1920, it is stated,
Jones filed an amended final re
port of the estate.
Sought to Cover lp
According to the complaint
filed ,today, the last accounting
made by him showed a pretended
mortgage of J 10,000, but it ts
said this bore the date of Novem-
i BITS FOR BREAKFAST ;
Rain and more rain.
Stamp out contagious diseases.
Report them all and thus pre
vent their spread.
Th way the poultry industry
is booming means a great deal to
the Salem district.
Every candidate is going to do
something for the taxpayer. Per
haps one of them may suggest
painless extraction. -
We are hearing, a good- deal
about the self appointed and self
announced candidates under our
celebrated direct primary law.
County Beekeepers Form
- Society at Silverton
S1LVERTO.V. Or.. March 18.
4 Special to The Statesman.) H.
S. Scullen of Oregon Agricultural
college addressed a meeting of
beekeepers at the Silferton Com
munity club rooms Friday eve
ning. Those present termed a
temporary beekeepers' association
! of- Marion county. This assicia-
tion elected -Joe Winters of Hullt
as temporary chairman and Wil
liam H. Bowers as secretary and
The newly formed organiza
t'on will hold another meeting
in the near future for tho pur
pose of adopting a constitution
and bylaws. It is also the plan
of the association to affiliate with
the State Beekeepers' association
WOOD AMD COAL
Reduced prices on all
Special prices on extra
good Ash wood while
we are unloading cars.
We carry extra dry
ash, oak and fir wood
at all times.
Phone 930 V
A newly married Salem man
declares that the only two who
can live as cheaply as one are a
flea and a dog.
If all the money taken out of
.Salem in the past thirty years
and invested in outside schemes
that did not pan out had been
put into the flax industry here.
Salem would now nave 100.000
population, and it would be the
Belfa&t of the United States.
Though a little leaven leaven-
eth the whole lump, few people
Judge the United States senate
by Borah. Johnson, Reed, France
Some one suggests that now
that the armament race is stopped
the only remaining obstacle to
universal peace is the human
Flashlight Mystery is
Still Silverton Puzzle
SILVERTO.V. Or.. March- 1 8.-
.( Special to The Statesman.)
The flashlight mystery still holds
the attention of many of 41ver
tou's residents. Especially is this
true of the younger set. Every
day it is said many inquiries are
made of the inhabitants of Para
dise road as to whether the flash
light is still seen or not.
The residents of this commun
ity report that it is impossible
to say which is the original flash
light and which are merely tran
slents, as every evening sees i
number of young people In search
Patent Pumps for dressy wear with the new
Cuban heels and strap effect. The season's
newest priced at
$8.00 and $8 JO
' Patent Oxfords for street wear. Low mili-
J tarV heel-i with now 1Vamh lne nrlnaa at '
$6150 and $7 JO
Shoes- Hosiery Service
BUY YOUR EASTER HOSIERY
Thousands and thousands of pairs to choose from
Salem Never Saw Such Wonderful
As We're Offering Now
Perfect Hosiery in Wear, in Service, in
Comfort and in Appearance
You will be perfectly satisfied with every pair you buy here.
Buy a dozen pairs while stocks and sizes are complete
Women's Cotton Gordon
Hose at 25c pair
It ia really the best value we have of
fered in a long time, this twenty-five
tent hose is a sure winner, colors are
black, white and brown.
Women's Lisle Gordon
Hose at 50c pair
Mercerized Cotton Lisle, they are 'Com
fortable and serviceable colors, made of
fine Egyptian combed yarn, colors are
black, white and brown.
Women's Lisle Gordon
Hose at 59c pair
A perfect shape and seamless foot stock-;
ing, the leg is wide and elastic, the an- j
kle is narrow and shapely, really you will?
never buy any other when you try these.
Women's Silk Gordon
Hose at $125 pair
Women's silk hose of unusual quality
and fineness, very finely iknit, colors
are black, white, navy, brown and grey.
Thread Silk Gordon Hose
at $2.48 pair
Superior quality silk full fashioned hose
for women, has mercerized hem top with
reinforced heels, toes and soles, colors
are black, brown and white.
Women's Silk Lisle
Gordon Hose at 75c pair
These stockings are made to . fit and
give service, a very good quality, colors
are black, white and brown, a
Women's Full Fashioned
Gordon Hose at 98c pair
Silk Lisle full fashioned, reinforced heels
and" toes, thus adding t to the wearing
qualities of the stocking,1 colors are black,
white and brown.
Women's Highly Mercer
ized Gordon Hose at $1 pr.
This stocking looks as good as a silk
one but wears better, it has 'an extra .
wide hem top and has double reinforced
heels and toes, colors are black, white and
Women's Silk Gordon
Hose at $1 JO pair
Extra quality silk hose with mercerized
rib top and reinforced heels and toes,
colors are black, brown and white.
Heavy Silk Gordon Hose
at $3.00 pair
Of very superior .quality silk full fash
ioned, black clock embroidery. mmp in
I black only. :r , t
Gordon Cotton Hose for Children
They really are hard to wear out
Priced 35c and 50c a pair
Kayser Grey Glove Silk
Hose for women, priced a
Hayser Brown Glove Silk
Hose for women at a
Hose with satin stripe, a 'sujd&l
Kayser Thread Silk Hose
for women in the new sox
style or Rolette, priced a
Newport, thread Silk Hose
for women at a pair $2.25
Newport Thread SUk Hose
for women, extra outsizes,
a pair -..t? ?q
Kayser thread silk hose in black only, Buster Brown silk hose in all colors a
.men, priced a .pair.. -.-.-$2.98 pair " ! and $L25
Then we also have many o thers, Fancy Silk Lace
Hose at $3 JO and $338 a p air, other Silk Hose at $1J0
$2.75, $2.95 and $325 a pair ' '
Also Complete Line of Children's and Missed Half
box, New Ones
YOUR MAIL ORDERS
carefully and promptly filled.
We pay, the express or post
age. ; Satisfaction guaranteed.
466 Staf 0 s
Portland SUk Shop
-' . . $200 up!
3S3 Alder St;: