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Stephen A. Stone ............ . ............. Managing Editor
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rrank Jaskoskl ....................... . . .Manager Job Dept.
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Circulation Department. Sft
Job Department, S8S
-" Society Editor, IOC
Entered at the Postofflce in Salem, Oregon, as second class matter
,i Blossom day."
( Ti atttl t a Vraat da In Salni-
, la these up -to .date days it is
ot necessary for a clergyman to
inow so moch about hell. ;
IThe lumber Industry la looking
pp.' The Wejer hauser Mill B, at
Everett, Wash la patting on a
tight ahif t of SOO men, tor the
first time1 alnce 111, -
' Some day the first unit of the
falem , hospital jwill be finished,
and then will- come other units.
It may come slowly, bat such In
stitutions endure. .
v-: . ....
, ! 1 More pennies than ever are' now
being contributed to the church
collections. It seems rharder to
fut some real money in the boxes
than to ' bug ft gallon p guo-
The home must be the strong-
hold of clrlo virtue it we are to
dwell In .greater security from
those who would raise their hands
against the : public safety.' , The
, home is the cradle of the state
says that Dr. Doyle is. a nice man
rnd the author of absorbing stor
ies, but that he has beesf Imposed
on by fakirs. Doyle has refused
to accept the challenge.
he is slothful, spurn him. If he
la noble, praise him. If be Is con
fidential; encouage him. If be Is
secretive. trust him. If he ' Is
Jealous, cure him. If he favors
society,' accompany him. When
be does yon a favor, tbask him.
When he deserves it, kiss him.
Let hint think how well yoa un
derstand him, but never let him
know -that manage hlni.'j-
THE REAL THING
- Now they send out a complete
Sabbath morning church service
by rradio. It is so realistic that
the listener invariably reaebes for
his dime when the collection is
being taken. Presently they will
have a device with a slot that will
hold the coin until the collector
comes around, i ,1
The attorney general rules that
either the people or the legisla
ture or. Oregonn can pass an in
come tax measure without a con
c CI tut tonal .jamendnfent. But nei
ther should do so. .The, struggle
in Oregon should be to reduce
taxes, and not to pile them high
er; '' to invite capital and enter
prise. Instead of driving capital
and . enterprise away from the
One of the Episcopal bishops
recommends . that the word "fol
low" be substituted for "obey" In
the marriage ritual. If wife la
going to follow hubby wherever
he goes, a loud and rambunctious
roar, will also font some husbands
we, know of.- This follow business
will not make much of a hit in
either camp. Exchange. . ..
; China Is a republic In tame.
-Bat it Is not. much 'of a republic
In fact IThe military dictator Is
' largely the government. ' Bat the
republic ts on its way, and it will
' likely Improve ! hi the next hun
dred or - thousand ,years, or . per
haps' jess.; 'Bo- far In the history
ol that ancient country reforms
, hare .come klong very slowly;
SArj Arthur , Cqnan ' Doyle, who
r Is lecturln j in' this "country 'pn
i spiritualism, is having his trou
Lies A New York broker, Joseph
F. Rlnn, well known as a magic
ian, has posted $5000 Villi A New
' York newspaper ihat he will pro
duce all of the manifestations that
Doyle' says lie has witnessed and
heard; by natural' means,, or for-
felt the money-1-The- challenger
The Topeka, Kansas Journal is
running the Gospel of Mark in Its
columns as a serial, story. Some
of the , readers are expressing
curiosity as .to the author. There
Is a suspicion that some of them
thin it was-. Mark TWain. -This
Kansas newspaper is to : run the
whole Bible as a serial story, :
WISDOM FOB .WIVES
-A -wise eld minister, before
parting with a young couple lie
had Joined in matrimony, used to
slip a card Into the bride's hand
on which was printed this advice:
"When yon marry him, love him.
After you marry him, study him,
If lie H" honest, humor him. If
he is generous, : appreciate him.
When he is sad, cheer him When
I he is quarrelsome. Ignore him. It
. NOT PRACTICAL
They tlo not ask Bryan to ad
dress the International Sunday-
school convention. The reason
given Is that he Is not a practical
Sunday school man. - He has one
of the largest Bible classes in
America snd yet the leaders do
not seem to consider him as prac
tical. Is he practical at any
thing? He was never considered
as a practical politician. As i
statesman he was distressingly im
practical. He mast be like one
of these Inventors of perpetual
motion always busy and 4nter
esting, but seldom constructive.
were delayed on account of a dis
pute over the ownership of the
drilling, machinery they -had
bought. . They are at it now and
they; are down about 500 feet.
and going at the rate, of 20 feet
a darand upward, or rather down
ward. They should know where
they ate at" In $0 days or less.
Surely, . every one hereabouts
hopes they may strike a., paying
welL , It would make things boom
down there, and up here, too.
The darker it is around you the
more light is needed.
This state Income tax proposi
tion must -be fought to a finish.
Oregon must collect less taxes, not
The Boy Scouts who helped han
die the circus traffic did well. So
did the police. There was only
one minor auto accident; no dam
age. And there was not a single
arrest or complaint. It was the
best handled circus day Salem has
ever seen. "
V b u -Getting.
on Is largely a matter
of getting up each time yon-are
knocked down. ,
a V V '
Ther are two candidates run
ning for governor. The other four
r6 standing or walking.
State University Shut ;
Out by V.S.C. Players
lEUGENE. Or J. May.C In ,a
game featured by bursts of scor
ing and costly errors the Wash
ington State college nine defeated
Oregon here today by a score of
10 to 0. Rollo Gray pitched the
ectire game for Oregon and aside
from, the first nning when the
Cougars chasd across four runs,
held the visiting batsmen in good
shape, until the : ninth, when a
burst of hits 'provided five addi
tional runs for' the northerners.
L The otner cougar, run
made in the sixth. Skadan. with
airtUht support ana
but three hits, provided a saui
out for the locals. ::t ;'w
Washington State i- ?
Oregon f.i.. wvv if
Skadan and Cray. Cray ni
Leslie, r Umpirei .Erttiosu
At St. Paul-Indianapolis. , post- (
Mnd. rain. -. i .
At Milwaukle 12: Columbus 4.
At Kansas City 15:: Toledo 8. j
I : ' : ... , - I - ' m.in. aa
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WITHIX THE ATOM
Lectures given during March at
various American - centers of
learning by Dr. F, :W. Aston of
Cambridge r made a notable con
tribution to the general knowl
edge of the remarkable, advances
Of the moment in physical chem-
isty. More and more it is com
ing to be taken for"granted that
the chemical elements are made
np of identically the same stuff
snd that they1 differ only In their
structural, arrangements. More
and more the passage from one
element tb another which has bo
dumfounded science when it was
first observed taking place spon
taneously is comingto be a mat
ter of course and something which
we may 'ultimately hope to con
trol. Scientific American. '
Oh. scar the lore'vonfof U
la pleating tonra and kamonita,
Wafted apB i prins'a balmy breeia .
From apple, prune and cherry -trees.
Willamette fair, we cat with wide
Aa through thy orchards bow ve ride
And, - lo, Sehold on erery side t
A lovely fairy May day bride. .
No liDa their beaotr can reveaL T
We caaaol speak- the thought we feel.
Yet, lout" adnurtBC looks we stesj '
At aatnrt'a charming h rides, so real.
Com friends, from near and. far hwy y.
Bevel ia beauty while yea may.
Drink with thine eyes, to bridea SO gsy.
On Salaa'a annaal Blossont Dar
. Eunice Knez Howard
I BITS FOR BREAKFAST
This Is Blossom day.
w Hoping for Blossom day weath
er. . . - , - .-
Every little bit helps the hospl
tal. The Cherrlans haveieen do
ing their bit with the Cherrlngo.
The tallest business structure in
the 'world was built with dimes.
' The men who are boring for
oil down this side of St. Paul
May 7, Sunday. Blossom Day.
Hay '10. Wednesday Rifle ateet be
tween Salem and Dallas clubs at Dal
May 13. Friday Concert by Man
Behnlt. violinist. Grand theatre.
May 13, Saturday Hospital banqaet
at Marion noteL evening. -.
May IS. Sarorday JaaW week-end I
entertainmaat at OL A. O.
Mar 14. Sunday Mothers' dsyj
May 14. Bnnday Hospital Sanday:
kick-off of hospital fnnd camnfcirn.
May 15 to SI Elks' Prosperity weak.
May IS and 17, Tneiday and Wed
nesday Apollo club concerts.
May 19. Friday Boocial recall .tac
tions against public service commission. I
May IB, Friday Frbaary aleettea.
May IS rriday aalem city primary
May 19. Friday Onaa koaaa. aeiaaeel
Cwpartmcnt of high ichool.
May SO, Saturday Ifarloa County
school athletee meet:
Mar 2S and ST. Friday aad 8atarday
May Festival. Oratorio Oreatioa Friday I
ia armory ; living pfetarew-Sataraay aigbl.
June S, SatnTdsy Antomobile racaa
at state fair grounds.
Jona S. Mohdav Trtek nt Willam-
atta aaa taenia university at rarest
Jama Id, Wednesday Flag Day.
Jnaa IS. Friday High aehool rradn
Jnne tS-SO. Jnly 1 Oaavsatioa : al
oregoa rtro OUala' aaeoeiattoa at Marsh
field. ' July t aad 4 Monday aad Tnosday.
8taU aoavtatioa ef Artiaaas st Waodbom
September 2, 3 and 4 Lakeview
Ronnd-up, Lakeview, Or. , i I
Septonmbor IS, Wedaaaday Ore Sea
Methodist conference meets ia Salem. 11
Septaaibar St, SS aad IS PiialiWa
September 35 SO iaelaslva OVetoi
Kovaaabat T, Taeaday ' Qeaaral
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Cc;jri5ht, C22, Associated . Editors
The Blesest. little Paper tim the World
Edited by John H. Millar
1HDIXG A LION
Just started Ulkinir.1 '1?
:i , .Well.V ;. explains Sam, with a
, grin, "I was. Just thinking about
something Mr. Graham was tell
T'RIdfng av bixcklAg fc bronchcl take a look aiwnC It ifa a boll-
'would riTA moat ceo Die thrills I lnr bot dar aiid"tber were Pretti
LttAei avYa loaaa a aiAinm VtvVkam' 1 AabI1v ! t11 7 1 Sh ' . T Vt aa. A ftr UitCkA
CUUUgli &,VS JSSOIj VI -BVUIU blsilWs S UCI J " ' VWv wawa,ww
gneBs, , says' BimFinneyifbUtlsort et queer, hanging around ant-
just think of riding on a Hon! . I looking, puixled Then old. Fox.
? "Whafre you Ulkinr,aboutT".ltne leader or the pack.v looked up
1 cava Joa Tavlor. Thai'. ffllnvw In Lat Mr Graham iust aa If he wst
, our ' Pirate Six had got together trying to say thaVhe bet he could
rJa the Cave, knd Sam Finney had g?nd .that Ifon all- TighU - Mr.
Graham, followed Fox off ' down
the steep trail V" The other dogs
went along. ' They went for two
miles over a ridge . Then the
dogs began baying .again;
Mr. Graham looked around
and saw a care right ' ahead of
him. He . ducked in, under the
low rocks, to bee what it was lik3.
The light in there was very dim.
He noticed an opening at the left
side. 'And then- he looked In
another direction and there he
was face to face with a lion, nc
more'n eight feet away.
Before he could get his senses
collected, one of the dogs came ia
t hrough that" '.'opening ne bar
noticed, and nipped at the lion.
The big fellow wheeled' and start
ed for the dog,' which gave Mr,
Ids my dad. and I was listening."
i Mr. Stanley Graham is a Chi
cago business man who likes' ad
venture and Sam's dad - happens
to know him. He'd told us a story
about lion-hunting once before.
Go oH,rVsays Herb. "Nobody
ever- sat on a lion and lived tc
tell about it.- i. : ; ' i '
. "WcH. Mr.: Graham did. aays j Graham time to pull -out his car
Sam, and settles lown to tell us I bine. , He couldn't shoot right
ter came to his help and he Jam
med -his gun in the ear ,of the
lion and fired. That time he
killed him." Sam Finney stopped
forks' togerbreath, then.
There, that's what I -meant when
I started ouirv I: guees l wouldn't
have liked. W be la Mr. Graham's
shoes.? r.c? f&-; '- :
I guess ?.. none of us would.
cither.. " . : :' --:
-1 ' Scribe of the Pirate Six.
ONE REEL YARNS
Ak 'a. tmu
about it. . 4. r . -f :
- ' The Chaae Biima,:
"3Ie was down la .Sonora, Mex
ico, lassoing ' mountain lions and
taking pictures of, them. - He-does
that kind of thing to get a Jresf
One day, with Mr Chester, whe
looked after, the dogs when they
' pot hurt, and a couple of Mexi
can cowboys, 2lr. Graham left the
Loa oto ranch, " where he t was
t-taving, and started out after
-'About six miles out the dogs
- began to bay ' furiously. which
- meant that they, had picked up
-irail. .The men hurried "upland
-nooti they . saw the lion, about
half a mile off. "Mr. Cheeler and
. Mr.". Graham galloped up till they
- were.evejt: with .the. dogs, bit by
,,tt,e, lime thy got there the lion
away, i for fear of hitting the dog,
bat finally be saw his chance and
fired. The5 bullet went into the
lion's neck and he dropped , right
down quick as a wink.
The l)rd Lion
v"The dogs were trying to get
at thejion. and so Mr., Graham
stood over the dead animal ' and
drove them .oft. Then all of a
sadden the lion stood right up
on all his feetf .He wasn't a dead
one rafter ail.,1. Mr. Graham had
been standing Jn such a way that
when , the Hon; got up the hunter
was 8traddliu'g .him. Just like he
was riding on 'fclm. Only Mr.
Grahanr wasn't very keen on tak
ing a' ride, on, a., mountain lion.
and a wounded ens at that. For
about - a .minute he . thought- that
was the end' of -blm. ; .
He was. axyery young breeze
It was the first time he had left
the home of his' father, the blus
tery old. North Wind. He was a
little afraid of the wide world
as he went wandering by him
self. . -;v .--?-'"
The breeze went fluttering
along in search of amusement.
He came through the park, which
was alwost deserted. A girl -in
a very fine coat, with a prim new
straw hat. was walking sedaterj-Ho
along beside'a lady with'; a firm
mouth. They walked very , slow-
y and in a dignified way. The
breeze came along beside the
?irl.. "Why don't you run a lis
le?" he said. "See bow the hill
rtretches down below you. ' The
iun is shining. The earth Is so
The girl shook her head. The
reeae t insisted, tugginsa little
t her hat. She took a little
kipping step forward. The lady
beside her did hot notice.". The
jlrl began humming. ; She took
?ff her bat, and ; the - breese
'aughinsly pulled her hair. Away
he went running .down the hill
with the breese, -Marie! , called
the lady In horror,-: ' ; ;
i Out of the park went the breeze
It swept around the corner" past
peeked Into a window; There
were many boys sitting there at j
desks The breeze brushed the
shoulder of the boy nearest jtbe
window -Don t you wish . you
could be off swimming, or, tramp
ing through the woods?" it said
teasingly. - ,
An old man up in front of the
room spoke to the boy There
was no answer. ' You are jnot
paying attention!" he thundered.
ind was about to come downn thej
lisle, but the breeze rushed up
ind whispered in this ear, "You
were a boy once yourself. Re
member when you went bare
headed, the wind whipping your 1
hair fishing pole ltf hand long
ago?" The. old . man went hack
his seat, and he, too, looked
out 'of the window. -
(And the li trie breeze went oh.
A Charade: My first' quenched
thirst; lny second clocks reckon-
3d: niy whole, don't forget we
nave wun n yei. .
Answer to yesterday's:
Answer, to . today's:
'inie. . - :-.
' tins Gpnertias
Fond ,Mama: 'Yes, my dear,!
those little vborg next- door have
no father or motherland no kind
Aunt Jane. . Just think of it!
Wouldn't .yon like , toa give them
something? :. jf -
Archie fvery eagerly): "Yes.
mania. Let's give -' them Aunl
eOMPARISON IS the ONLY
Please beaj m mind that we will snow you every piece of fuxnitiire we hare b stock witnout pbligat
ing you to buy. We want you to see wbat we have, what our prices are and bow they compare with
those of other houses. Then we feel that our goods are much better selected than the average line
and the combination of better goods and less money must induce you to voluntarily place your orders
Beautiful Three-Piece' Living Room Suite, : f
Upholstered in Tapestry; f ; ;
.Consists of one fine overstuffed Davenport with t .
spring arms and two chairs to match. Just the suite v ?
for your : living room. Special Ptjy
only 1 -- --;i)133o5 - .
Three-Piece Leather Set , '
Consist of one all over leather Davenport Chair and
rocker to match, only . $219.75 1
(1 Puts the Hoosier Cabinet in
There are over two million in
American homes, why not let us
put one in yburs. Made in oak and
white enamel, priced from $45 and
Specially priced for quick turpn
over. Prices have been marked
down until you would think that
pre-war conditions had surely, re
turned. Every, dresser, .bed, chif
fonier and dressing Jtable has been
cut to the very limit., Let Us save
you money. .-if-i : . -
Dining Room Suite
8-piece V sawed dak. Dining room
suite consists of 6 genuine leather
seat chairs-Tone 45 inch top 6 feet
extension tablo"; arid one. fine 14,
sawed-iBak uffL Special -thi? .
weelc S1':;:J $74.80 '
MONDAY SPECIALONE E AY ONl;Y
Monday only, Genuine
Leather Rocker or chair
to match, only .$23.85
Monday only $45 Thor
Electric Sweeper for only
$29.75... Let us show you.
:. Small picture i frames in
grey; f ixmed oak or gut,
just the frame you have
been wanting, Half Price.
and Walnut-Tea Wagons,
regular ' $23.50, Special
$17.35.- V - V"'
We win be glad to
trade your old stuff in
as part payment on
new. We nave hun
dreds of good ut&d
values for you.
Fancy - figured - Mar
quisette in Rose, Blue
and Olive. Values up
to : 5 'jeents. Special
this week 34c per yard
N Wlflf III f WW fWBWfl
The Public Were Only Waiting for a-Chahce to Buy Shoes at the Prices;
We Are Now Quoting. It Has Been Years Since You Have Been Able to
Buy Hanam Shoes at $10,9
PVftflVfVfTff'lf I tllWf IM'fl'' Wwll jHsf I Ifs
iiiiiasiisMiiiBiinHiiiiliiftl il "1- Hir -
ONE LOT HAN AN PUMPS
Brown and Black. Military or Louis Heel- regu
LADIES9 OXFORDS AND
Black and Brown Oxfords and Strap Slippers,
LADIES' HAN AN SHOES
All Ladies' Hanan High Shoes, Black and Brown,
Military or Louis Heels. Regular $15
MEN'S DRESS . SHOES ' ! .
Brown and Black. English' or regular lasts. - Reg
ular $7.50 to $10 - n
LOT I MEN'S HANAN SHOES
Brown English last v Regular $15 i
Brownr, Black Calf Blucher Cot f hoc for Drexs;
or Work purposes. Regular $4 and $5 :
hd toraehow disappeared, v
"Then the instincts of the hnn-
an old brick building. And