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THE OREGON STATESMAN SALEM, OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 27, 19
WILL GO UP
Chautauqua All Ready to
Open Thursday Charley
, Wilson on the Job .
The bis brown Cbau'auqua tent
full of mental elephants and
monkeys and angels and ances
tors - and big crowed posterity
with weak legs and doable
strength , glasses- the ; big tent
where every kind of .music and
art and literature and , science
and philanthropy Is presented as
it is in the great world of thought
-Will be set-op on Willamette
Field today or tomorrow,; ready
for seri fee for the week's Chau
tauqua program which begins at
8 c'clock Thursday ' night
Offering Are Superior '
- Manager ; Ellison, ; of the Ellison-White
company, says tabt the
offerings 4 this year are the best
theV company has ever: put on
They rank' the program that is to
fce offered here. " this week and
next, as the best offered in Amer
ica tMs year, by any of the as
Bocjation? or bureaus. That's a
lo. of territory, bnt the advance
notices Indicate that it can be
C- E. Wilson, for a number of
years a '. prominent Salem news
writer and musician, is th? local
director. He started his season
down in Texas, with much of this
same talent.; -
"They're pure gold," he said.
speaking of these talented visit
ors. "I've been hearing them
every week, ever since spring-, and
they're as good to me now as the
first time I saw them.
Program Open Thursday
The program, opens Thursday
evening with An Evening of Ma whatever t they have been, seeing
gic.M by Paul Fleming and com- in the south, Isn't in tt with Sa
pacy. .Mr, Fleming Is a real pro- lem. - The climate, the scenery.
fesaor, of social economy, at the
University of Pennsylvania. What
he has to say of mental phenom
ena, of East Indian magic, of spir
it moterialization, is an interna
tional contribution to the "world
of occul thought. II. G. Wells
an I Sir Conan Doyle, have besn
writing acres of cogitations on
spiritual phygicaiizatjpn. What
Professor Fleming will have to
the trees, the. people, the flowers,
th fruits -yerything Qere fQ ga.
In has the SouTirern blandish
ments backed clear off into the
slcugh. .' They will be here Thurs
day to Judge for themselves.
Good Help in Summer
Indigestion cansea worry, ner
vousness, sick headache, bilious
ness, coated tongue, bad breath.
say may or may not agree with bloating, gas, constipation and
their findinrs but it will- be I constant -distress. Henry v.
50 women wanted for table work at Fruit Union, Trade
; 1 and High streets. Come prepared to work
Oregon Growers' Packing
' . ' : Corporation
thoughtful and bearable.
Contralto Second Night
Frances Ingram, contralto from
the Metropolitan Opera, comes on
the second night. Her voice is
rich and soft and velvetry, like
n Oregon June night with th)
rr-ses and the honeysuckles in
bloom and the breath of the ever
greens and the cool snow peaks
dropping down on the heavier
valley air. It is rated as one of
the greatest vo'.ces of the are.
This is the one suireme treat of
the program though there are
many that stand out strikingly.
Opie Head, author of "The
Jucklins" and "A entuckv Col
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UNCLE MATT'S ADVICE
ONE of the most respected "residents of
our town Is Matthew HarrisUncle
Matt most folks call him. He's a carpenter
and a fine one, and I happen to know that he
has invested his earnings to such advantage
that hell have a comfortable income in old
age. I heard him give a bit of advice, to a
young fellow the other day it's good enough
to pass along. Said Uncle Matt :
"Better safe than sorry, Jack. " The only
man who can afford to take chances is the
one with money to throw away.' ! The best
thing1 for you is the ; Savings Department,
and investments ; recommended by your
banker. Better pass up the "you'll be rich
in two years' kind for sound securities.
" 'ask TOtra bajckzb timt" . -
I ' rAi ru -V. At I fV
The 68 cities in which the Ellison
White Chautauqua ; has appeared
so far this season, ! pronounce the
program the best in 10 years.
Chautauqua Season Tickets now on Sale at
Harbnin Bros. : Patton Bros.
Geo. 7i7.i Music House The Spa
Commcrchl Book Store Gray , Belle
Adult Season Tickets....
High School Tickets.....
;Othcr School Grades
Reserved Seats $1.00 for the entire 13 programs, on .
sale Wednesday morning 9 o'clock at Hartman Bros.
The Salem Chautauqua Begins Thursday
Evening 8 o'clock '. '
Tent on Willamette University football field, same as
last year ;.
Thorne, 1002 Harrison Ave., Boa-
ton, Mass., writes: "Since taking
Foley Cathartic Tablets I feel
fine." They cleanse the bowels,
sweeten the stomach and Invigor
ate the liver. Cause no pain, no
nausea- Not habit forming just
a good, wholesome physic Sold
Adele Garrison's Hew Phase of
s.at T.,e ,r',o";ir6. revelations of. a wife
4.000,000 copies, and a newspa
per correspondent and literaturer
for many successful years, is to
appear on Sunday night.
Talk is Powerful Sermon
The Chautauqua announces.
through Us local comm'ttce, that
this will be its las year of Sun
day offering's; though it boasts,
rather than apologizes, for this
year's Sunday program. Opie
Kead, brings a powert nl sermon
WHAT HAPPENED AS THEY
WERE READY TO START
I received no more demands
from Dicky to help him find his
things. In fact, he said only the
most necessary words to me dur
ing the last hours of preparation
the seomiest sltte of, life.; in his
newspaper profession." 'H sees
a way out of .the welter of false
ambitions, and his address on
Human Nature and Politics" is
offered as a' star number of the
coarse. t ...
The war is over and the war
riors are scattered all over but
when . Captain Norman AUr
Imrie, Canadian soldier comes
with his lecture, "Working To
gether for Billions," he will tell
Ihinss that the war did or did not
do. that will mate men think. He
will tell the story of England and
Ireland, es it is without fear or
apology or passion. It is a strik
ing story that he tells; one that
every American ought to hear; at
least, that is what comes as the
It Isn't All Heavy .
There Is to be a fine effering
that it Will do all America good fnP th. imirnev. Rut I ran eh t his
jib uaa seen in urn in 1 1 n... ......
times, and knew that my answer
to bis demand that Rita Brown
share my drawing-room had dis
turbed and puzzled him, as well as
made him angry.
As for me, I went about the
last preparations for the journey
with a heart of ice and my brain
aflame. All my old distrust for
Edith Fairfax, which I had
thought effectually buried, whieh
I knew was unjust, had suddenly
leaped to life, vital and breathing
There was a burning sense of
injustice within me also. I had
wounded Ma. Grantland, refusing
the drawing-room he had so
thoughtfully secured for me, be
cause of Dicky's dislike for him.
This was my reward, I told my
self sardonically, to have my
wishes, my comfort, tossed aside
by my husband as of no impor
tance whatever when weighed in
of light, sparkling, entertainment, (the balance with that of a girl who
both musical and literary ; they do 1 1 was sure still loved him.
not tPect to stuff every, devoted
patron full of wisdom and morals I Dinner is Delayed.
and industry as one fattens a
Christmas goose by poking the I Luckily, however, I had no time
balls of food down Its throat. I for reflection or mediation upon
There are enough gooey offerings! my fancied wrongs. I went from I
io make the whole week's prog-1 one thing to another, determined
ram rise like a truck load of reast I that there should be no hitch ' at
cakes. ! I the last moment. I anoeared at
Reserved seats are to go on the dinner upon which Katie had
sale, Wednesday . morning, at Bpent her best skill with the proud.
Hartman's jewelry store, at Pat- consciouness that everything of
ton's and the Commercial Book Junior's and mine was all ready,
store, at Will's Music store, at that I myself was dressed to tho
the Spa and the Gray-Belle. From last hairpin, and that all my be-
the reports sent in by the local longings left behind were in per-
sales agencies, the advance sale feet order. -of
tickets is well ahead of any- The Durkees and the Fairfax
thing in the history of the local girls had, of course, been invited
Chautauqua, af; a like time be- to this last dinner. Equally of
fore the opening of the program course, . they were late, for Leila
and this is the 10th year of the was In that beatific state which
Chautauqua service. The Junior made her drop everything if AI
Chaulauqua opens Friday, with fred summoned her for a walk or
Miss Lucille Tyssling in charge, a talk. And Alfred has all a man's
She is tq arrive Thursday, from colossal ignorance of the time re
Saeramento. A pagteant. "The nniroH hv woman to nrenarn a.
Conquest of Peace," is to given house and themselves for a long
at the close of the junior week, absence from home. Katie far
Story-telling and games will be more nervous than the cat who is
part of the entertainment of the supposed to be the symbol of femi-
junior services, every morning. nine tremulousness fussed over
Wilson. Glad to lie Back her pet dishes and appealed to me
Director WUsoa has been tell- until my own control left like a
ing ail me Visiting talent, tbatlrnna that had been f raved almost
"Oh! Missis Graham!" she wail
ed upon my last trip to the kitchen
in answer to. her signalled frantic
summons from the door, "dot din
ner all be Bpoiled, and I feex heem
so nice!-And you have to go, nod
ings to eat. You get headache."
"We'll eat the dinner, never
fear, Katie." I soothed her. "In
fact, you may serve us in five min
utes if you wish. No!" as little
Mrs.. Durkee's excited, high-pitched
voice reached my ears, "there
they are now. Put the dinner on
Mother Graham Forgets.
I saw the girl's hands shake as
she picked up a dish, and realized
that she, also, was near the break
ing point, and hurried back to the
living room to greet the guests.
: "Maj. Grantland took alt of our
bags to New York with him In the
ear,". Mrs... Durkee'., was excitedly
relating when I entered the room,
"lie came by a little while ago.
said he had to go in unexpectedly
and couldn't wait for the next
train you know that man of his
makes it with that car faster than
the train anyway, and he'll meet
ns at the station. He was In a
tearing harry, so he didn't have
time to atop for yours, too. but
that leaves Alfred free to help
Dicky with yours. .Wasn't it dear
"He is always thoughtful." 1
returned. , purposely making my
voice as . enthusiastic as possible.
All my .fear of arousing Dicky's
There was a : glance, however.
which I intercepted, and '' which
startled me. It came from the eyes
of Edith Fairfax, and it held dis
tinct disapproval, and a tinge of
the 'contempt . I had once seen in
her face when she had told me I
did not deserve my husband's
I am afraid the return look I
gave her was an Insolent one. How
dared she pass judgment upon my
words and actions when all the
Mother Graham's voice, tart.
didactic, effectually cut short
everything except immediate at
tention to her.
"Margaret, get these people to
the table at once. We'll not have
time to make the train comfort'
ably as It Is."
She made these words the key
note of the dinner. And the rest
of the time left to as she hurried
and worried everything and every
body until Katie and I. at least,
were nervously exhausted. When
we at labt were all seated in the
taxicabs which were to carry us
to the station she uttered a fran
"My hat box! It's In my room.
And we haven't but a minute or
two to spare."
"I got it. Joost a minute!"
Katie called, and through the
open door and lighted windows
we saw her running fleetly np the
stairs and to my mother-in-law's
room. The next instant she had
reappeared and was coming down
the stairs. There we - saw her
stumble, catch herself, and with a
wild scream come down in a sick
ening, huddled heap to the bottom
of the stairs.
( To be continued)
ARE PUT DUT
Southern Pacific Distribut
ing Rates-Made by Re
cent 1. C.C. Order
able : as to ; what this redaction
will - mean te Oregon. Bnt with
the' prune production also run
ning Into the tens of millions of
pounds. It means mach. ; ;-'
"What . cornea after the pur
chase price? asks an auto ad.
The order, may vary somewhat
bat it Is usually the insurance
man, the tire dealer, the ' acces
sory fiend, and half a doxen mem
bers of the motorcycle . squad.
Buffalo Express. ' -t
Today sd Tcmsrrow
LIBERTY THEATRE f
Peach Outlook Good is
Story from Silverton
SILVERTON, Ore., June 26.
(Special to the Statesman) The
peach growers in the Silverton
community report that the peach
crop will be good this year. At
present the growers are in the
thinning process and they report
that many bushels are being
thrown away. . ,
Returning home from the den
tist's where he had gone to hare a
loose tooth drawn, little Raymond
reported as follows: "The doctor
told me 'fore hi began that If I
cried or screamed it would cost
me a dollar, but if I was a good
boy it would be only BO cents."
"Did you scream?" his mother
'How;cOuld I?" answered, Rayv
mond. "You only 'gave me 50
The Southern Pacific company
is distributing new freight tariffs
embodying the 10 per cent reduc
tion m freight rates ordered by
the interstate commerce commis
sion, according to freight depart
meat officials of the company the
reduction will ' become effective
The Southern Pacific officials
believe that consideraole - traffic
withheld by shippers in order to
take advantage of the reduction
in rates, will . bring an ' unusual
volume of traffic on July 1 and
immediately thereafter. The com
pany is making arrangements for
cars and service, to take care of
the Increased business that may
The reductions affect all. class
and commodity rates except where,
reductions have already been
made to. an equal amount since
August 26. 1920; also excepting
farm products and livestock, on
which reductions were made in
Pooling Order Affected
One of the reductions already
made was the "pooling" order re
cently issued, allowing the ship
ment of canned goods in less than
full car iota to a central shipping
or. packing plant within the state,
for such concerns as the Oregon
Growers and their numerous local
i .This will be a valuable conces
Hon to the' growers and shipper,
and was made fcefore the general
blanket reduction was ordered.
It is even more than a rate reduc
tion. It is the establishment of
conditions that make possible the
handling of goods from outlying
cooperative plants and the mark
eting of the assembled products
cn a better basis than heretofore.
No estimate is at present avmll-
White and Colored
H wrf KnitmTKt pain oa tin u work.
Au to see Gm-o-ms file TteataeaU- r,
,' i ED CSOSS "PHARMACY . j
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Our assortment is complete, with foreign and Araericafa
made novelties for summer wear. 1 , .
38 inch American Made Organdies, per yard 60c
45 inch Swiss Maid Organdies, yard............03c
Guaranteed Permanent Finish.' ,
Standard-Designer Patterns with the Bclrobe Method
to help you do your own dressmaking. '
Commercial and Court Ctrtets
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Fureiture Mist B feredBM '
SILTS HI FOB
We Fjit Too Much . Meat VhJch
Clogs Kidneys, Then the -
..... Back Iurts
Most folka forget that the kid
neys,' like the bowels, get slug
gish' and clogged and need a
flushing occasionally, else we have
backache and dull misery In the
kidney region, severe headaches,
rheumatic twinges, torpid liver,
acid stomach, - sleeplessness, and
all sorts of bladder disorders.
, You simply must keep your
kidneys active and clean, and the
moment yon feel an ache or pain
in .the kidney region, get about
four ounces of Jad Salts from any
good drug store here, take a ta
blespoontult in a glass of water
before . breakfast for a few days
and your kidneys will then act
fine. This famous salts Is made
from the acid of grapes and lemon
juice, combined with lithia, and Is
harmless to flush clogged kidneys
and stimulate thpm to normal ac
tivity. It also neutralizes the
acids in the urine w it no longer
irritates, thus ending bladder dis
orders. ( . ' -' J".
t Jad Salts is harmless. Inexpen
sive; makes a delightful effer
vesceet lithia-water drink which
everybody should - take' now and
then to keep their kidneys cleanr jealous anger against Maj. Grant
We are overstocked on bedroom suites and tot
move some out rapidly we have cut the prices
on several suites to a figure below the present
replacement price. While it is not our policy to1
sell below cost or to advertise merchandise "be
low cos?' (and be sold out when you come in),
there are times wherr great sacrifices must be
made where large stocks of furniture are carried
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For a xtelife(tf Time ffie; Wgf
Six Piece Siiitet of:Birdseye
This Highly Finished Ivory
Cane Panelled and otherwise beautifully designed sim
ilar to illustration above. This suite is composed of'
bed, dressing table, chiffonier, bench and straight bed
room chair. The regular price is $183, but we have
marked it to sell at
This suite Is in our west window and consists of triple
plate mirror dressing table, dresser, bed, chiffonelte,
dressing table, chair, and bedroom rocker. We need
not describe this suite, look at it In the window. The
regular price was $300.50. We have marked It to sell
at -.-i , ,.'. -
thus avoiding serious complica
tions. '.';' '. '
1 A ' well-known local druggist
fays he sells lota of Jad Salts to
folks; who believe In overcoming
kidney trouble while it Is only!
land had vanished. I felt a wild.
unreasoning desire to "make him
sit np and take notice" in some
way, and even looked frutively at
him when I had spoken. "
' Hut he was not looking at me.
H talking to. Alfred. Durkee.
Walnut or Ivory
Your choice of these two
suites consisting of bed,
dresser, night stand, chif
fonctte dressing chair,
dressing table and bedroom
u m fiaaaBi -i." ' --z v - . aw f
"l li Nicely finished dreas'ng
f'Sr uhl (Wple mirror).
bench, chiffonier, cha lr
bed, regular $ &7Z0 vsuite