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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
v . WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 29. 1922 :
flea Made t)V FriendS MiniS-
Ar fXwTTi: ";r CwA.!
v. a i. ..nil in i ill .Aiii v 1 1 1 v
- -w ar - w WW S Mt. few 'O
. , a . I
a yeryrief but forcible pre-
5 ' .. i 'i - I
mouuoo oi me case igr starving
- . r. .1
iinsaia, waa made Monday, noon at I
the Commercial clubs luncheon by
l"cr Va.wu ui in- U4Ulrltel of Oreron, pursuant to !.w
Salem, Friends eharh. I ! capital
' .r"lt. Iq.'t a question; of; helping 1?
'a DedDlfl Who ara'at. war-and will I -
eep!d ITIghlto 'anyhow, but of
takirir eaa'. SC Anaaralelled f&nv I
Una kflu.(rn; tail (h .nnnkee
' T . " " I
"The yoisa Btction'of linssii naa
nan aoout J3. ini nci .oi precipua-i
tion. which i. enough to producf
cropa that tqev can :Iv" on. null
ha Ihl Midi fni1" rinl I
,.,-" r " .T ..It 11
iwo.incnea oi precipiiauon come
and all cwOpa5 failed utterly. '.
, . , .
' We can keep these people
'allvo fnr 1 anla a rfav oarh. or
a lltTJe more than a dollar a
'month. 'This' will care' for them
f until harvest In August. The con-
Jrreaa of the United States appro-1
priated $ 2M MOOT-but at H'lfflr;
5 little moretnanTamonth; for ond-fLoan. oa mortctM and col-
I half the popuJatlon. There is no
hope for them, but America. It
."would be a marvelloai investment
-for America to make. When Am
halnn rhino thrnnph her
y . .
i famine a few years ago. she saved
that' unhappy country to demoe-
s racy, fdr
When the "World war
; came, the Chinese said, "we want
I K with and HVa America Rni
-"i . " -r -
i j.. rwt,- '
nrnmtit. some dav. The SDirit
I ot charity right now, when mll-
tl6n,; ajr': I change if as "armies
could "never-do. .
,'Tney, need the help now. By
I Anghat; when the new crop comes,
nopaia of th AnwaaJ WMa 4f to.
INSURANCE COMPANY (
- -- r- . - - -
or ctewTorr, tav ta mat wr new-4 1
J aia Is aolnk to change her presently ri. s,4i,2?.57
a thS.txia)ot.b.r, 1921. m.dli . C DRAWpU v PATPIOTin
' to tb Jn.nraac Jommlaaionr OI imiwi w. wp "ia wa . a -a a w a aw
8ate of Orf oiv arnl u lav :
; AoiOant of capital took paid
took paid - .
' Ket tirvniama raeaiyod
k lac tb year .flt.059.e7S.SS
' Jateraat, diytdeada aad rat
, reied darinc tb year 1,551,853.40
f la'rora 'frm' other ' aoiitr. - - .
4 reeeiT.d darinf tb y..r 238,o58.b8
i Tvtbl iaoone- i.".31,9t,88i9
v Ket Iomm paid dttrlBr tb " ' '
y.ar laehidiag adjn.tm.at V
ezpanaea . .-t8,374.089a0
i" XMTidenda paid oa capital '
t atock durini tb. y.ar 750,000.00
eommliitoB. aid - talarlM ,
U paid during tho-year-.i...'.? 4'.533.B95i6
- Taxaat licanae. aad fee. paid " ;
darinr th y.ar 591.933.741
Aoat s b th.r spAoi-vl, t
Total ezpaaditare. .....
15,561,837j54ir during th year
TalC' r real VUt. owned
. (market value) .
Yalaa ot etock , anat beads
- wwaod (market ata ...L33.904.957.87
, Ltui aaortgag and eol--
. J , -" tateral.- ete. .. . 4V7S,t8T2
. Caab ia b.nka and on hand 2,528,914.33
Premium, in eoaree of eol-
loetioa written a lac Sap-
Amount rVoVerapit lor rein-1 . ,
ssrases ' .C...,.,, .:,.;, 106.13f.K8
Interest aad rent due and
.a ' 140.51S.43l
Total admitted a.Mts
. ro. claims for toates na- . , .
t ,1?". r" -"""""."rr!-,t''a,-1"-,l
a -TT""" . wTrr
Ihia for. ounmlaaioa and ,
biakmn - atmotlo i ... .... ... ,XX'AT2 i 1
(1,.: S;- lSn 600.019.64
ai BBiiiiai ihki . .1 -
-Bualsaaa la Oregon fox tha Year
Hal Bramluma. eaeaiaad Aur. . -
! ' Ine the vv . - - - Ana
j ing tboTear -ar,.,: r -,t Sg.tSO.OT
...... .... ,w v i o.jo
....... V.. S.Mi
ver . . 83 rot 1 1
yiDEUTY-PHENIX IRf7 INSURANCE
UU. IW HEW YORK
C. R. Street. Preald.nt
Krneat Btnnn, Secretary.
' tatry resident attorney for serrlce:
i f. V.' D. Bangs. . .. V
' Bnpaia of th Annual Statement of
: THE METROPOLITAN
! CASUALTY INSURANCE
: s fiO. fiF N' Y. .
, il ' . w" T " i
f New "York. Ia-th SUta or H. Y
tbd 81st dar f December. lMl. made
th Insurant OommUstOnr of, tha 8tMe
of Oregon, pursuant to law l. .
Amouat of eapital stock paid
up . ....r..8
, i , , , ,
Ifet pwrnhwu, received dur- .
, in . ,
insaeea. orriqenaa ana rrnw ,
received duriag th year. aT.sse.as
fnrome from other eouree.
received during the year
t , ' A
'Total Ineome; T....$1.316,379.12
Net .losses .paid during the
1 year including adjustment
ei-pene ...... ., f
Dividend paid " ion: . eapital
: btock during the rear, caah
Coram i.eion.- end. sitaries
paid during the year
Taxes,' licea.es and fees paid
during th year ....
'. Amount ot all ether expend!-
expenditure. JL -..81,287,007.10
; t m
v am m . atari-, uu puboi i Lioana on mortgages ana col
'owned (market value) .S 937.122. SO I lateral, ete. .
flash la -hanka and. pa, band" 135,834.03
Perm ia rot in rwnrsA bl . eel?
( lection written sine Sep '
'tember 80. 1921 ....,. ,240,429.63
Interest ad "Twnts ttu and "
i acerued.. ... -- 9.549.27
. . -, . - ,- - - .
Total adattWA aaaefa .1122,135.43
I .. 'V- . . . , T.IW14H.a .
Groa. eliha far losses a-'
' paid ,-. . r-f ----I
Astouni of anaaraod preaat
t nms oa all outstsntilug
Ta for eommiaaion and
AH other liabilities
Ne arplu. ...:.;.,:.
, : . i .. -
Total liabilities, etoaiea
avf ranital stock of $200,-
O00.00 si.17l.lS5.43 1 Bajiaaaa im Orarna fas th Yaae ,
. 3uslnss la Oreron for th Tear I Net premiua s received, dar-
Ket premiums received dor r I tag tb yesr .f e.847jn4
Ing tb vea v it ,$72.8l Ioasee, paid darinw tha year - 4,843.01
Vmum naiA darlar.tbe year. . . '1.O90.92 I Loeeea iaearroA Anrim at .. .
Loaae. Incurred during the j .
i ye.v . .
amp. urTtinpm.ltlK Ciltrril.Tr
niSnilANCl!(V (IP V V-
Furn H. Winslw. Preaident
g. Wb. Eorton, Secretary.
they will either be alive and pros- expanse. - It is an 'investment in
perous wilh' their new crop, r.dWoCTaiy and humanity that
aeaa 01 starvation wunoui .. oar
help. We heed not expect to have
to keep them long; if their crop 1
falls this season, there will be no I
farther need for they wlli ill be I
dead. We expect to buy flour and
edifcct here In Salem, mnd o
lAtiPnfi th monr Hrht at hnm.
ioou Willi every uuiiar mat wo
The railroads carry it free, and
there la practically no overhead
Hynop.l. of in Annual miuni ot i
Tuc cniiTucow ciipcTY
... . ....
IIIU tlWWIIIUIII WUIIUI I I
Li LI Iwll Mil I I
- . ... , . . I
the sut iay of December, mi. m
fim .d" $a.,4S.,, S9
litmtL dividends sad rnu
wwd during tb. year 17S.930.BS
Income from at her warru
recrivrd durlcr tbc yr.r 14,304.42
. ToU, towB 9s.2.854.7o
Diided paid Cm f.pit.l .
"ork darin th r .... 120.000.00
Comniuioii and .i.rir.
Pw the. !' 2.103,049.95
TliH, lien.r .ad f. paid
inriag th yw - 182,589 is
AoMnat f all other .kpndi-
I tui oiBdUori :.is,i28.4T.7
Vai. of rat t.t oirn
(aiart.t valo.) $ 899,398.67
974.270. 17 1
on nana j,33. jo.C8 I
I Premium, la roan of rol-
lariion wrutea aiare nep-
l.m UT ou. ii . J.iu.w.ai l
xatereat ana rcnta da aad I
I : cva4 s 97,798.30 I
I Amount of an other aaaet. - S2SX07.87 1
Total admitted aaaet .. ...6.fM)7.V5.l 1
I Oroa. claim, for lone tin-
Amoant or aaaaxaed. premi
ttraa oa oil ontataadin
I iron w eommu.Mn mna
All other liabilitiea .-.
ToUl liabintiet, .irlntire
of apitl stock of
It at preaiiuua rareived dar-
iaff th y.ar , .$ S3.88S.89
LMae. paid dnrmc the year 22,793.90
SOUTHERN SlTRETY COMPANY
C. 8 Cobb, Preaideat.
K. G. IHria, Secretary.
Statnlory roaideat attorney for aerric:
taoort O. Seh.lk. rertUsd.
I rVaopai of the Aaaal- 9tteiBn of tb.
ASSURANCE CO., LTD.
I of Zhtblia. b tba Kiaffd.ai . oi . Great
I inaat to law
AwBt of depoait capital
paid ap f
Ket premiom raeeitrod dar-
tog tb. year . . 557.657.81
lateraat, diridend. and real.
reotv daring th year 29.S01.89
Xaeoma from other aonre
- daring th. year
Total income ........ 658,851.97!
Ket lease paid during th
year mc fading adjustatcnt
.... I :.S 221. 073.78
I Cmlwltm. .ad : MUrle.'
l caid dnrinK tha year 161.07S.0fl
Tavea. tleentea and fee tkaid
lk tXKf T
f ,; Amount of au other xpa6
uj r. ....
- Total wpeadirOTe.
Tatos of 8teke and bono.,
owaed (market value)
Caah in bank, and on hand
Premiume ia eourse of col-
'12 2 52
I lection written aineo 8p-
tenber 10. 1921 ....
iatereat and rente duo and
aeeraed and other items ..
o oft n
.Total "admitted aaaeta i,oi3,73o.40
Grot, claim, for W a
I Amount of unearned preml-
U onutanding . . .
laka - 385,808.49
1 nroaerago - b,uvu.vo
,lill i;.,;iui.. onavnael
- mn nnn on V HDIIIMin
.rfi. ti S '
"1..V .,T T.. .......
I t - .r i"ivir - ; .s
J Xa1 paid duHnTihryear
i loate. weurrea during the
PATRIOTIC ASSURANCE COMPANY.
j . . . Mr. a. aviy, u. d. jaanager.t
Statotorv-eeaident attorne for aerviee;
Portland. ' .
t. K Thompson, 1006 Wilcox Bldg
SrnopKta "of the' Anneal Statement of tft
DETROIT FIRE & MARINE
INS. CO. t
of . Detroit, in ' the State .wT Michigan, en
lb ll.i J., .f TU.W iaoi
1 the Ihaurane
the Ihaurane Ttemmiaatbner of the State
onl0f Oregoo, pursuant to law:
to I 7 .n.wit.i
Amount of capital stock paid"
i np ....... . - t ,L $
I -r premium, received dur-
I in. th. ... tn .ri . n
I aeres oiviarnoa ana rents
I received during tha year 143,123.03,
aaujif irwoi- oiner aonrcea
received " during the year
Total income ... 81,342,448.18
8 've a-aarr m fasraaV VUrUIBr UIV
1 yMr including adjuatment
Dividends paid oa eapital
atock duTtne - th vaae
1 Commissions and . salaries
oaio dnrin th vear.
1 Taxes, licenses and lee. paid
I dnrine the Tun-
1 Amount of all other axnendi-
Total exnenditnrea : SI 3S in to
..i - r . :.- . -
1 Value of real eatkt owned
(market vara) .
1 Value ot atocka and bonds
I . own,d ( valua) u 1,887,4709
. . .
I Caah ia banks and on. hand
rreBimms in course or col-
lection written sine Sep
tember 80, 1921 227,140.89
Iatereat and rents due and
accrued ..... 37,105.59
Total admitted" saat. $3,296,1304
6roaa claims for lo.se a-
paid . $ 140.89O7
Amount of unearned premi-
urns on all outstanding '
risks , 1,253.86129
Due for eammissio aad .
brokerare . 10,000.00
54 1 All other Uabilitiee
Totsl liabinties, ekelusive t ;
f canital .ataxic af . . ;
$500,000.00 ' ' 81.44(1 4S7KR
veer - t.T05.bjj
751- UtlKUlT FIRE B MAIL INK TNS COJ
I i . .T. n i.iw m.Umi,
I Chaa. A SMkla Ramtan 1
Ststulory reaideat attorney for servicer
Jl W tUniaU. v .iUj
America can and must make."
recipients for the Russian relief
fnndt. The Friends society, be-
of Ita nnn(Kltlnn ra w.r but
,ts 8t"noh uPPrt of American
.bin In charitable and human.
tarlan organization. In champion-
ii"nmnn oi rne jannnm Maiemeni 01 in
Granite State Fire hsurance
f pormnntii i th stt. of n HmP
h' !h hf "f r"h'r
Of th Htkt of Orern parnot.t to law
Amnont of capital Hx-k paid
ap 1 'jnn.iHMi no
Srt prmlnm r'rriT.l Jur
ln th rr 1 001. 415 ?)3
Iatrmt. Hiiiitrnili and rrntx
Tarttm from oihrr inr-
Ttrriwct during the year. 8.012
Total lamp t,Mrt.RVri3
Set loe nid drHnr the
Tear inlndinr adjtment
Ml 2fi0 si
riTidnl nai on ranital
ato-V durinr th ts'
ConimiH'n nt tal.ir'p
Da id d'Tinr the rear
TaM lirenae. m) trr
Paid doTn the year
Amount of all ether expendi-
Total expend itnrMi
Valne of atorVa and honda
ownrd fmarket Tlue) l,fi07.'3f.ftO
I nana on mortr.'ea
11 600 00
r,,h in hanka and n hand
PTmian) in eanne Af -o!
Wtion written inre Sn-
temher 30. 1921
Tntr.t and rent, di e n
Lmea. Mr r.intnriiij. An
Tot.l admitted tl.eso.74ie?
Orara elaima for loae
An. f . :
nm oa all ontatandinr
naaa .- . I u ' J..' 4 n i
io. ooo. on
All other liahililif. ....
T-ta1 liaViUtie- .27 40 os I
BBUttoat in Orearon for tb Taar
Xet premium, received d.ir
nr life ear 3.814 88
foaae. paid during the year 710 37 1
GRANITE 8TATR FIRK INSTTRANCE
Joha IT. Bartlett, Preaident
Job W. emrr. Wtin
Stnnry reaident atrner for aerrire:
Philip Groaamayer. Portlani?. Oreron
Sf Bonala of t Ananal l1eeent f .th. '
c rinelnB.i; t .v- a.... t -vi.-.
l Oregon, puraaant to law:
Amount of eapital atock paid
Net premium, roceiyed dur
I ..4.t ,k.
ing the year $
Tncoma , ..r ' . : ' "
roeeired during the'year.
Total in com. t 334,006.18
Nei fouei paid daring the
t year, tneioajng adjaatntent
I w.i.TJtr. I.
.Sk a-A. .br..!"1"
I r.r..7Z2. "I
wwui iaa ruua huu ibi mn far
CommU.iont and .alarie.
1 r" ta7 jrar ........
1 Taxea, liceaae. and fee. paid
Tkalljl JnwSita wW. .
1 Amount of all othe'expendi-
Total .xpenditnre. ; ..;
v!" ' eat.te owned
I (market valne I a
Vahi of atock. and Dond.
suk in banka .id i ' Li iZiU X
AVHMl fm.vlr. O.O... AAl
I Prwn""n ia eouree of eol- '
hi10" ri" Sep-
1 iatereat and' ronta' du'i I kid
I toZZZTnZrZZ: 0,S8W d0
et Daid 1
I Total admitted aaaeta
I Groaa flainu for. tosaea.ua-
a? . --
1 Aanonnt oi unearned promt-
1 . .a, on . . ...utinding
... ...t..... ... .
r 1. ".''
I tM0.w)0.oo ...... ....,.6 .196.292 U
I Net premiums received dur-
I . " vauu ii au x ear
I POMe" Pid durinif the jw .
Los.e. incurred daring the '
year .....w:..-..;. 24S.75
ma, ABtKiUAS UKUOOISTS i'lU-K
Chas. H. Arery, President.
Frank II. Vraericba. S.. .
St.iutory resident aUorney for aerrire:
P. W. WiUon. PortUnd.Oracon. -
Synopais of th Annual Statement of the
I HiaUnHIlUC L.tJIVHruni
I nf Mow York-, ta th. St... r k.
on in m oay oi vecemnej. ipji, made
w.-w -auranc vomuilt.tener f th.
mate of UnnuL nurauant to law:
Amount of eapital atock paid
Net premiums received dar-
ing tb year .....f 1,367.730.37
tnaereai, aiviaena. ana rente
received during th year..
Income from other sources
received during the year.. 606.021
Total income 81.554.131 78
- 11 i i. . i
Net losses paid during the
year including adjustment
Dividends- paid on - capital
stock during th year
Commissions and salaries
. paid during tha year
Taxea, licenses and fees paid
during the year
Amount of all other expendi
. ture. ...
iftn nnfl (in
316 031 54
Vain of stock, and bonds
owned (market value) $3,509,719.00
Caah in banks and am h.ail lOOSfiQBH
B3.-,ssi.roi fremtuma in course of eol
142,4462 1 lection written since Sep
tember 30. 1921 , 149,210.39
interest ana rents due and
accrued i 89,639.00
Total admitted aaaet. $3,808,43827
paid ... : $ iss.7S0.oo
Arwant of unearned premi-
-i . XliknHa. .
' una oa " all outstanding
risks : :
All other liabilitiea ..1.
Total liabilities, exclusive
of eapital stack of
aaaaiDasa xa yrogoa for tha Year
premiums received dur-
. S tn y.ar . ..a 18.1B5.ST
uossea paid during the year 8,790.98
4VasM iaeatred during tha
7f" . i-- 5.340 98
rawuins -A tjt.IASCB INSURANCE
- - COMPANY
l . VV. U Hmilh PmU.al -. 1
oLi i:dl, M- Cragin. Socretarr. i
Btatntart re.ident attorney for aervtco:
Ua. A. C Biurbvr. Iasoran Com
J?: BkardtTl'rV Resident Agent.
'..!. tU.SttM fit Salai, pxvwa, " T" '
a - - -o.'.'t,Jia "if&nr-i
ing the Russian relief all over the
Prof. C. I. Lewis spoke for a
time on hia eastern trip for 'tr e
study of the fruit markets. , He
sys that the general Impression
in the east is that business la get-i
ting better and that business,
like any other health, is largely
what the people determine it shall
be. The restoration of better rates
of exchange abroad has opened
foreign markets, and a general
spirit of optimism is beginning to
"They talk three bit things, all
over the east," said the speaker.
'These are. Muscle SIiors, the St.
Lawrence canal, and prohibition.
The Shoals are not as impressive
to the eye as thvy have been in
p).itics; but every town within
200 or 300 miles, expr-cts to be
trebled in population by the busi
ness started in their develop
ment." TURXKR XEWS
TITRNER, Ore., March 28. An
entertainment was given Friday
evening by the Rebekah lodge, in
the nature of a humorous three
Miss Gayette Davis entertained
as her week-end Kuest, Miss Ruth
Whild. a teacher from Lebanon.
They visited Salem Saturday and
dined with Miss Hazel eBar Sun
H. Crawford and family vis
ited their farm Sunday.
Dr. John McCormick of Kimball
college - preached to an apprecia
tive audience Sunday morning.
The evening service was condnct-
ed by the pastor, Ralph Thomas,
concluding with Illustrated ster-
Georee Cornelius and wife of
uouax, visubq m ine u. m. r.
Cornelius home last week
r-. , t . ... . ot...
Justus Robertson and Glen Miller
returned to O.A.C. Monday.
M. M. Hill and family were Sa-
i uiit,. Cn,.rt,v
. , ' .... .
Ka.iwanin unu i.uiiiy, ui
Idaho, spent a few days at the
Watson home and hare gone to
their. farm near Halsey.
Miss Mar iat Salisbury returned
from Salem Saturday.
Mrs. W. Hewitt came up from
Salem Sunday for a short visit
with her son, C. W. Hewitt and
The members of the Methodist
Episcopal Aid society will hold
their bazaar and dinner Saturday
Sunday W. T. Richie ana
wife celebrated their 40th wed
ding anniversary by inviting 18
of their friends and relativesfot
the day. R. M. Hicks o. Wood
burn, an only brother of Mrs
1 Riches' was the only one present
1 who witnessed the original cere
mony at SHverton.
Mrs. J. Xhomas and children.
Mrs. Wralter Blaco, Mrs. H. Iialin?
and Mrs. C. Drager were among
gaiem risitors Satorday.
I Mrs. F. A. Wood spent a few
days the first of the week in Sa
iem with her son. Carl Wood and
Mrs. J. McKinney of Salem ex
P18 to 8Pena 111,8 oming weea
.... . .
here at her country home. '
I Walter Blaco attended the
Fnlt Growers' association meet-
ln8 bed in Salem Tuesday
Mrs. Delia Blaco and Mrs. W.
Wright were Salem visitors Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Hadley and son.
fvan. attended the Rutherford
funeral in Saturn Thursday.
F. 'A. Wood a.d family spent
Sunday in Salem with, relatives.
A big three-act play and an
auction of piesj to be held at toe
iCloverdale scbaol house the tve-
1 ning of April 1.
for Stauffer Estate
Ixrois Webert has been appoint
led administrator for the Mary
Stauffer estate. The property, as
I "J w-"-- -"
I praisers, t.eorge UtmiCK. J. U.
i uaiven ana w. t. unm, nas a
a9 Caa K,K , .Aft
is personal and
Twenty-six heirs are to partici
pate in the division-. Lester A.
Wall. : Doris Stauffer. Norman
staa(fer Robert Stauffer, Lowell
A.," Kenneth W., Raymond A. and
1 W B La . aPa . 1 yN
Maurice r Pagte. urvia r. isar
rett, Ida k. ennsten, -meoaore J.
Christen, Inez C, Hershberger, Ju
jllus A. Stauffer, Elmer R. Stauf-
l lcl aas o. uiiunuiiuuu o. uir-
iiana. crnma m. Miner. Minnie M
4 gpagle Manada Barrett, Fred A
41,771.591 Wolfer, Anna M. Christen. Augus-
u. xt inn., if.tna. virm .
I ainici, iuaiima v in, Lum
Immiaration Officer to .
Visit State Institutions
For the purpose of locating
1 alien Inmates of state institutions
I ... . . . . i . ,
Wlin a new ox ueporung xnem. k.
P. Bonham. who is in charge of
I f.J...l Immlrrattnn fnr Oro.nn
was a Salem visitor yesterday.
I . Vfi- Tlnnrtam In neCAvntiantaMl hw
Inspectors W. F. Watkins and H.
W. - Cunningham. Immigration
headquarters for this state are
located at Portland.
While In Salem, Mr. Bonham
and party will' visit various in
stitutions. A party of 16 aliens
is being- held at Portland for de-
ilportatlon to, foreign countries.' Of
vi. .W -a.varar.ar..l...
this- namber, - several' are- insaa
while the remainder are convicts
Vao4: srnlte slavera,
Underclassmen at High
School Show Exceptien
al Ability in Debate
Bettering their upperclass op
ponents in organizat'on of argu
ment and in the comprehensive
ness of their case, the sophomore
class of the high school yester
day dealt a 2 to 1 defeat to the
trio of junior orators in the first
debate of the Interclass series
The victorious freshmen will now
debate the sen'or orators oa a
new question in about a month.
Earl Peiuberton led the win
ning team, with Thomas Alien
and Melvin Long as his col
leagues. They upheld the af
firmative of the question. "Re
solved, that the United States
should cancel Its European
loans." George Rhoten led
junior negative team, assisted by
Henrietta White and Dayrl Cht
pin. Neither side scored noticeably
in the rebuttals but there was
sufficient of a clash in their con
structive cases to aford an in
Judges were George P. Grif
fith. Rev. J. J. Evans and Ralph
Defending the affirmative on a
question of the soldier bonus, the
seniors have three strong and ex
perienced speakers, Charles
Nunn, leader and alternate on
the school team; Frances Ward,
a very capable debater with an
unusually keen mind. If the so
phomores-are able -substantially
to Improve their rebuttal, they
will have a strong chance but
otherwise the odds are against
them, is the general concensus of
Portland Association May
Get Local Y.M.C.A. Men
One, or perhaps two, Willam
ette Y workers are almost certain
to go with the Portland Y. M. C.
A. this summer, If they care to
accept the offer.
Leslie Cranborn, representing
the Portland association, came to
Salem Tuesday to vi3it the local
Y; and to hold a conference with
a few of the Willamette men who
name been doing work in both the
college and the city associations.
He visited with five of the class
of 1&22, Lester Day, Ben Rickli,
Fred McGrew, Noble Itfoodhe and
Everett Craven, all of whom have
been preparing for some form of
leadership work. It is not an
nounced that all these men might
find it possible, because of other
plans, to accept such work as that
in Portland in July, the time set.
but Mr. Cranborn made it plain
that he was so delighted with
what ho finds here in the Salem
and Willamette associations, that
he does not need to look further
The college and city activities
of these young men have been
such as to qualify them to talce up
real leadership work, almost any
where, after they receive their di
plomas from Willamette in June.
It is quite certain that at least
one, and probably two if they are
available, will go to Portland as
their first engagements after
Every Privilege Extended by
Vote of Board ot Direc
At its session this week, the ex
ecutive committee of the Salem
Commercial club voted to extend
to the' farmers adjacent to Salem.
the privileges of the club. This
covers the whole range of club
activities, including the right to
attend the Monday luncheons as
one of "the fellers." and to pay
the same price as the rest of the
fellers do. The reading room.
the good fellowship, the fireplace
on cold days, the sideboard when
one wants "a snack or a cooling
swallow, all these go with every
farmer membership, the same as
if the member lived in town and
had no other home but the club
The plan is offered as the Com
raercial club's invitation to the
rural constituency of Salem to
come on in and make the WII
lamette valley a partnership prop
osition. Maybe one will saw the
wood, another feed the pig and
the chickens, another will pail
the cows, and yet others will ras
sle the switch lever on the rail
road or the steeringheel on the
truck or the roadster, or count
out the money in the bank or
measure the cloth at the counter
or even propel the typewriter
through" the maie of the dally
news. But to make everybody In
and within reach of Salem a unit
In General Prosperity's army, in
stead of hiking out under Corpor
al Coxey's Camp Follower Dis
contents, looked so good to the
Salem club directors.' that they
are starting the tnove without
even waiting lor 'a "conference.
.Thev are InvlUng In to the elub
TO JOIN CLUB
perhaps four or r fire thonsandvere chained with conspiracy;
" 3$a ''WnucztVi - 1? - tjhh H'.rs,-- aa" snr
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farmers who regularly or occa
sionally-com "to Salem. If 'they i
all come, the club will have to
have a lot bigger hall than It now
has about six times larger. But
the directors promise to be good
sports, and ask the new members
to come and see if they "ain't
Addresses Salem Ministers!
"The Place of Bible Stones in
the Public Schools" was the sub
ject of a talk by J. A. Churehill.
state superintendent of schools.
before the Salem Ministerial as-1 date for the Republican noniina
sociation Monday. jtion to represent the first Oregon
The women of the Firn Chris-I
tian church served the associa- I
tiou members and their wives with
a chicken dinner. Mr. and Mrs. I
Churchill were guests. I
Union noon meetings oi the
churches in a local theater durtuglas
Passion week was decided upon J
Tor thU year by the association as I
was carried out last year.
The association also decided to
request that Uie different
I tiiuiiurx rea . s..u.a.a j
church night and have all of thelcome. will fight with farm bloc
churches cooperate in having niand Oregon State Grange for the
a - las
an open night among the differ-
ent Salem churches.
Eleven Are Indicted on
Narcotic Drug- Charge
YAKIMA, Wash., March 28.
Eleven defendants today were In
dieted by the United States grand
jury on narcotic drug chargas
Seven other persons were tnclua-
e,d in indictments returned today
and lOlllOirow iuuhuus ....
dictmeuts agreed on today are to
be reported, court officials said.
Norcoifc drug indictments were
returned against Long Sing.
Charles' Yuen, Sue Wo. Tom Gong
ami Jim Wonit. Chinese and
against Jack Kelley, Thomas Gaff-
ney, Joseph and Frank Brown,
Ben Estranda and Arthur Cutter.
Charles W. Callaway and his I
wife, Doll A. Callaway, and Hen-lon
ly Gertrude L. Hawkins were in-1
dieted for misuse of the mails In
connection with operations of the I
' nn1 T) Unir Svnrt PRIP ' 9H
v. aiiu ... . . " r, -J .
enterprise here in which it is
claimed persons In all parts of the
state were Induced to Invest by
fraudulent representations, of- J
ficers said. I
Pearl Bolles and Louis Kohl-1
morgan were indicted for viola-1 didate for the Republican nomina
tion of the Mann act and C. J. jtion for representative in the leg-
Hampshire for sending an alleged
obscene letter through the mails
to his former wife.
..erlA In naniorl Put
Murder is Denied, But .
Store Robbery Admitted
YAKIMA, Wash., March 28.
After several hours fjuestloning
of six Indians arrested as sus
pects or material witnesses in con
nection with the murder of George
Earhardt near White Swan Sun
day night, or early Monday, Coun
ty Attorney Sydney Llvesley late
this afternoon announced that Cd.
and Orton Wheeler and Elos Tay
lor had admitted breaking the
glass front of the C. E. Cloud
drug store in White Swan Sunday
night for the purpose of robbery,
but all denied any knowledge of
Orton Wheeler admitted, ac
cording to the prosecutor, that
he had proposed to lead a party
to rob Earhardt's place, but said
the plan was not carried out.
Wheeler was disguised as a
squaw when arrested by a posse
of White Swan citizens, sheriff's
Big Day's Work is Done
By Bonus commission
Almost as many soldiers loans
were approved yesterday, as at all
previous meetings 62 In the one
day. for an' aggregate of about
$175,000. The loans are just fair
ly getting started for approval
after a long and rigorous investl-r
gation of each case.
The board approved 400 cash
bonus claims, a smaller number
than at the meeting a week ago.
The ' amounts appropriated for
cash bonus was close to $100,000.
Tuesday's approvals bring the to
tal of adjudicated cash bonuB
claims up to 6700. averaging close
to $250 each, or near $1,675,000
Two new appraisers were
named: W. J. Fullerton, or Co
lumbia county, who succeeds F.
B. Holbrook, who had resigned
because of ill health, and John
L. Dillard, of Eugene, Lane coun
ty, who succeeds the late A. W.
Drawing of Jury Begun
In Second Trial of Burch
LOS ANGELES, March 28. -
Drawing a jury for the second
trial of Arthur C. Birch, charg
ed with the murder of J. Belton
Kennedy, was begun at the ope
ning ot the afternoon session by
Judge Sydney N. Reeve's court
The jury panel was exhausted
40 minutes after the case start
ed, and as no jurors were avail
able, adjournment was taken un
NEW YORK, March 23. Three
men and a women were arrested
here today In connection with, the
theft from a powder ' plant In
Nashrme, Tetin4 In l$rO of plat-
inum valued at t20.000. - They
-"-aK aSkaaw t -m m . k aa. '4 mWrnW 1 . . -:
Earl E. Fisher of Beaverton
Files for Congression
Earl E. Fisher of Reaverton
has filed with the secretary of
state his declaration as a candi-
district in congress, the position
that has long been held by ltepre-
sentatlve W, C. Haw ley
"Fifihtlng for the farmer and
soldier bonus. The Jap must go.
ig hia slogan. His platform reads
"Serve the public interests by
voting with Congressman SInnott
for 50 per cent surtax on in-
comes, against the, millionaire
shifting hia taxes onto the farmer
laiiu uuaiucon iittt 11 ui a inaii in"
farmer. A bonus and square deal
for the soldiers, alee Oregon har-
bora best In west. Against nurse
seine fishing give the poor fish
erraan a chance. "Merchant ma
rlne with American flay in every
port i nthe world. Absolute ex
elusion of all Japs give us. an
F. J. Tooze of Oregon City ha
filed with the secretary of state a
ff ATlnrfltlAn nf did T nH.l i nw tm
th? offw Qf
ri-r-kamaa nonntir Ilia .Ino.n a
rvrliiMinn ' anrA..n..nt
for Industry, education, service
for all; a pecial favors, none.'
His platform reads as follows
'Tax reduction by cutting down
expenses of government by equal
ity in assessments; and by addi
tlon of sources of Income not now
taxed. Plans for putatlng state
ren&i ani reformatory institutions
revenue producing basis. Less
bonds and real progress. An ad
mnistratlve code for state govern
ment to fix responsibility and to
IrmliiM OTuavmAnr Aoi.
icuui.u hWTtl uuii:iil (.ujib, A. 4
couragement of industy, including
farm, shop and factory. Good
roads and education."
'Arthur H. Marsh of Looking
Glass has filed with "the secretary
of state his declaration as a can-
I islature from the fourth district,
comprising Douglas county. "Give
wholehearted service for con
structive legislation and efficient
l administration of state ariairs,"
. . . !HA ho nlat.
Amanda Martha -Grice (Bo-
hon) was born near Roanoke
City. Virginia, March 12, 1862.
She was married to . Larkiu
Grice of the same city on March
12. 1885, and came to Oregon
with her husband in June, 1890.
They have lived around Salem
Mrs. Grice had not enjoyed the
very best of health for some
time past, and as the result of
cold or lagrippe, pneumonia
claimed her as a victim on Sun
day, March 19, 1922, at the age
of 60 years and seven days.
Mrs. Grice was one who was
highly respected and much be
loved by all who knew her. Sh
was constantly thinking of oth
ers and doing for others, forget
ful of herself. Where sickness
called she was ready with her
services. She was bright and
cheerful, and carried sunshine
wherever she went. She was
a true wire and a devoted moth
er. It can be truly said of her:
Her children rise up and call
her blessed, her husband also,
and he pralselh her." Prov.
Besides her husband, Mrs.
Grice leaves five daughters: Mrs.
L. L. Cannoy. Mrs. James Best.
Mrs. Charles Schwartz, Mrs. Ar
ba Martin, Mrs. Robert Adams,
and one - son, - Amonon Grice.
There are also six! grandchildren.
The funeral service was held
in Salem In the Webb & Clough
parlors on Wednesday, March 22.
Rev. A. Hawthorne, her pastor,
read the Scriptures. Rev. E. G.
Ranton, a former pastor, - led in
prayer, and Dr. D. II. Leach, su
perintendent of The Dalles dis
trict, who was her pastor 18
years ago, 'spoke of the influ
ence oi the Christian mother.
and the importance of the High
er life, and the heights in that
life which were possible for all
The funeral was very largely
attended, the parlors being
crowded to overflowing.
The remains of Mrs. Grice
were laid to rest in the City
Stuff Used for Cleaning
May Not Be Gasoline
The substance similar to gaso
line which is being sold by the
Standard Oil company to - the
cleaning and dying trade, prob
ably is not subject to the gasoline
tax, according to an opinion of At
torney General Van Winkle, writ
ten for Bam A. "Koxer, secretary
It Is said the product la not
being made or. sold as fuel, but
its composition ia such that It
could be 'used tor that purpose.
The law defines motor ' Vehicle
fuels as "such fuels known as gas
olmebeprlne. naptha; liberty fuel
and such, other volatile and In-
ENGAGED JOCOUHJ -
N; r -I"
.Art ;V r
J? V , t -v. -a it,
Miss Sally 'Beech'ex. whose' en.
fcragement to Count Jean Ber -'-'
trand de Luppe, a member of an .
old French family, has been an-
nounced bj former Ambassador
to France Hugh Campbell WaU ,
Uce and 'Mrs. Wallace.. Mu
Beecher met; Count d Lapp .
while on a tour of the Riviera -
two years ago. The prospective
brideft-room ia 34 years old.-an r
during tha .war was commander
in the french fljint corps, winl -i
ning the Legion of. Honor and the
Croix dGoftrre with thrca clU :
tions for conspicuous bravery, . . - 4
flammable liquids procuced " or
t i i .
4 r i . i
ia, e.r s .
operating or propelling motor;
hides,' except the - product
roonly known as kerpalne oil.
The opinion does not attempt
temnt . -,.
to pass upon the facts' in'ques- k
tion but advises, the-secretary1 of -state
that if he finds the product
Is not any of those mentioned In
the statute,' or;ia .not to be used
or compounded for the purpose ot
operating or propelling motor ve-
hides as therein provided, is not
subject to the special. tax.
Cut in Gas Rates is . - : '
Given Astoria Patrons
Patrons of the "gas service of
the Pacific ' Power ft Light com
pany at Astoria are granted a de
crease in rates averaging 13 per'
cent In an tarder ' of th public
ten ice comm33;6n Issued yester
The decreass is granted as a re
sult of a hearics at Astoria, Jan
nary 17, 1921, on an application
ot the company for an increase in
Its Ms fates... ..,
The effective date of the order
dates back to February 6, 1922.
The new rates are as fellows:
First 200 cubic feet per month,
$1; next 2300 cubic feet, $2.25;
next 7000 cubic feet, $1.9 Op next
10,000 cubic feet, ii.xoriiext
30,000 cubic feet, $1.25; all ovel
50,000 cubic feet, $1.05.: I,
The order was written by Chair
man Fred A; Williams with Com
missioners Corey and Bnchtel con
curring. - ;- V
Valuation of $83,984
Put on Thompson Estate
Property of a total value' of
$83,984.48 was found and ap
praised by the board of appraiser
of the estate of the late Jo Cephas
Thompson "of Salem. .
The values run: Cash In; tha
bank. $10,429.40; a diamond ring
worth $350 and a garnet ring
worth $10, as personal property;
claims against the bankrupt Mor
ris Brothers bond house ot Port
land, amounting to $3,600; Salem
property to the value of $24,000;
and bonds valued at $45,705. -
L. P. Aldrich, Roy Burton and
Ronald Glover are the board ap
pointed to appraise the estate.
Part Time Schools Noted
By Washington Official
Miss Genevieve Fisher of Wash
ington, D. C, federal agent for
home economics education , In
company with Mies Bertha 8. Da
vis of Oregon Agricultural col
lege, inspected .the part tlmo
schools la Salem yesterday. Miss
Davis Is tppcrviror for the 'state '
board for vocational feducai!en.
In Salem particular attention was
paid to the wo- k ot - Mrs. FV S
Barker, frrttXttcfcr In. part tlmd
classes In homo, economies. . ,:-.t - -
BRUSH COLLEGE '
Maxine Olson; HtUe daughter
of Mr. and Mrs". Fred Olson ! Is
seriously ill as a result of a re
lapse of influenxa.
Th Brush College Helper will
meet with Mrs. ' Charles Smith
next Thursday- afternoon. - ? ;
Arthur Bttell, Mrg. P. s Allen, '
Dr. and Mrs. Blodgett. Mr and
Mrs. Arthur Utley and Mr. aad .
Mrs. W. D. Gorsllne attended Po-'
mona graage 4t Oak" Grove last
Saturday, j i- . -
Miss Ruth iLe Van has returied
to Corvallls to resume her school
work after spending a' week her I
with her parents. 'fi3v
Scire Buell, teacher of violin In f
Portland, spent the week-end with '
his parenU, 'Mr. and Mrs. H-'lf f
Miss Edyth Ross, teacher ' at
Llvesley, spent' Ihe, week-end ! at i
the McCall home," - - r
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