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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 14, 1922
, Store peing Remodeled- . iV
v. Work baa beedr begun on the I V
remodelling of the-Hartman Jewell., secretary of the Saiem
mum uu win do carried on
as rapidly as possible until the en
tire store Is rebuilt. ' It is to have
a gallery around all bat the front
side; the present, corner entrance
will be closed in and a .new en-
f trance cut . in the center of the
ut gucct uuuu j . ,
Sewing by the Day ;
"Satisfaction guaranteed., " Phone
i 1185. AdT.
i Five iAtdMibrrry pickers ' . .
Wanted; yartt clot in.'transn r
: tatloh glTenl Carrier . emptied.
t Goodpicklngr. C. Dibble. 729
,N. LibertV'6t. pbone 75SW- AdV.
Secretary at Seabeck
Word was received from C.
; ciat dab dinner reception to Gor-ining. For these-1 wo days., ait pi-1
"don Lee, of the "department of fanos and talking machines . go at
I commerce at Washington, at the cost. $lv.Q0 puts a ptano inyoar
Marion hotel Monday noon. The i home, the balance in v small pay.
committees Bent but to canvass ments. Dont miss this; good pi
the business houses did their work ano, $125, $150, 175.A$135. and ,
so faithfully and eo ranidlv that no. Tallman Piano Store, 121 S.
M. C. A., who is snendinor two
weeks at Seabeck. Wn. attending
the district T. M ' C. A. directors'
school. saTinr that th a i, eys,. bis subject being "How to
.vane ine laxes i ay a rremium
they're practically had to call 'cm
i off the Job. Mr. Lee will tell bow
to Hooverize first 1 a sarin g and
then in 'spending the public non
High grade pianos for rent. II.
L. Stiff Furniture Co. AdT.
much bigger and better than ever
before, and that one can be as
busy as he wishes in keeping up
with all the camp act irl ties; but
that he is making it also a fine
vacation. Mrs. Kells and the fam
ily are with him and enjoying the
Legal Blanks ,
, Get them at The Statesman of
fice. Catalog on application.
AdT. .? T;
Ten experienced waitresses
once. Gray Belle. Adv.
Twelve. Republican Senators
Oppose Committee Rate
on Roll Call
Band Plays at Institution
The Salem Cherrlan band went
to , the state . home for the feeble
WASHINGTON. July 13. The
fifst real cplit in Republican, sen
ate rauka over the administration
tariff bill came today .during conf
sideration ot the cotton schedule
Will bring yoo, a buyer.-AY1 Brand Xew
gayejone or us regular concera. wla a that lu committee
boioe were gixen dj sura, name j
Parrish Hinges and Osear Ging.j
Only a' lew tickets remain fo
allotment to attend, the Commer-
163 S. Com, St. A good place to I minded Wednesday evening and
eat.? Tables and couater.-i-Adr.
amendments proposing Increased
rates, on various kinds ol yarns
and -on sHver and roving, were
rejected one after another as fast
as they were reported. The ma
jority opposition was led by Sen-
High grade pianos for went, fit I rich." 'soloists tor the band this
hundreds of land -and-seaplanes
scattered in squadron units, from
Sewport - to San Diego which, at
a word from-the proper author
ity, could be put into the air car
rying mall or,, other commodities.
Governor Refuses Troops
' DALLAS. Texas, July 13.
State troops will not be ordered
out to protect" property of the
Missouri, Kansas & Texas rail
road In. Texas, "at this time.'
Governor Pat M. N'eft said here
tonight, after reading the lele-
igram of Secretary of War Weeks
relative to the railroad strike sit
nation at .Denlson.
I. Stiff . Furniture Co. -Adv
7 --iA '
27:159 :15 p. m,
ALBANY TO NEWPORT
And Return : Sunday
Jalyl6-23 and 30th
5.05 and $5SS for the Round Trip x
1 GOING Leave Albany. TJbO a. in.
v Corvallis 1: " 8 :20 a. m.
c Fhiloniath .J. 8 :42 a. hi.
, Sujrjrnit vu4-.- 9 :45 a. til
Eddyville .l-,10:33 a, m.
5 Toledo 11 :49, a. . m.
Arrivp. Yaauina - 1...12:20 p. m.
Newport 12:45 p. m.
RETURNING Leave Newport " 6 :15 p. m.
.Yaquina 6:45 p. m.
1 Arrive Albany aVt 11:00 p.- m.
REGULAR DAILY TRAIN:
" Leavea Albany :i2:45;p.rm.;. Corvallis li25, p. m.;
Philomath 1:42 p. m. Toledo "4 :49 p. m. arrives
Newport 6 :05 p. itl, ' ' '
l For further particulars a3k agents '
SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES I
i - - ' f - '
- JOHNlkLSCOTT.' VfS
- General Passenger1 Agent
E10STEIM & GREEMBAUW1
R. & G. Corsets Popular ; Numbers
See, Window Display New Iaw Prices
Black Cat Hosiery
Thread Silk Hosiery at per pair.. -51.25 and l.oo
Silk Lisle Hosiery at per pair
Fast black Cottori Hosiery at per pair.. -z;c
Vesta 1atLiU-65c, 50eV 35c; 29c, 25c, 23c, 19c and 15c
Union Suits $1.75, $ 1.50, $U5,S $1.00, 75c, 65c, 50c, 48c
V Ti i .:v"Dress Ginghams : : ' o
Good quality,: nice assortment,' yard -19c
Pretty ..Voiles, , silk striped $1.25 goods for 69c yard
19c and 9c yard
Imported Organdies; Beautiful shades
Bathing Suits, Pretty Pattern AU Wool,
, " ' ' New! Low .. Brlces'v. ,
Millinery Half Price V
All summer hats being closed ; out at half price
240-i246iN; Commercial St
Arrested for Speedlag
- W. J. Water house' was yester
day' arrested by Motorcycle Pa
trolman Parrent on a charge of
speeding. He will be " given a
hearing in police court today.
year.. The erls irom the indus
trial school went orer to the fee
ble minded home to take In the
pressed himself as particularly "l"0! m. wlscnsin
the eonteatkMU nade by Ute con
testing relatives and left only the
question of the sanity of ; Mr.
Burns at ih time he made! his
wiiu : '
Miss Swaason'f name was
quently mentioned ta n the
dence, the wltnossts for the 'con
testants presenting stories to In
dfcate she' had exercised; her I per
sonat charm . to .; Influence Mr. !
Bams in her own behalf and In
faTor of her mother. I
Miss Swanson was not in court
today although the court ' room
was tilled with those anxious to
get a rtimpse of her. She, had
arranged to be present tomorrow
Morning If needed, tt wa an
WASHINGTON. July 1 3. Pre-
pleased with the concert which .r" .. f,. ""lfmiary negotiations for there
was a treat for the Inmates and J J "f cal1- H Repub Icnnt XunulBg of , the French debt ot
Trunks, Bags and Leather C
Before you take a trip call and
look at those Betterbilt trunks at
P. E. Shafers, 170 S. Commercial.
attendants. This is the second
time the members hare gone out
to different state institutions to
give concerts for the inmates. Tie
state tuberculosis hospital was
visited a few weeks ago.
opposing the committee rate on
la roll call by which the amend
ment was rejected. I2 to 24.
$3,500,000,000 to the United
States were begun today at the
treasury by Secretary Mellon.
The2 Republicans were 'Borah, J airman of theworld war debl
40c and 34c -
36 in. Curtain Scrims,
White or Ecru 15c yard
Brand New -
High grade pianos for rent.
L. Stiff Furniture Co. AdT.
Twenty-nine inch special $2.20.
Giese & Co., .373 Court St. Adv.
Man Loses Fhigrr
Glenn Lewis, truck driver for
the West Side Lumber company.
yesterday lost the middle finger
of his hand when the jointer ma
chine that he was feeding caught
I him and cut the unfortunate mem
ber beyond recovery.
Capper, Cummins, Jones of Wash
ington, Lenroot, McConnick, Nel
son, New, Norreck,
Townsend and Willis. The low
est Republican vote against any
amendment was nine with the
average running at ten. With a
single exception on each roll call.
the Democrats voted solidly
against the proposed increases.
With the basic duties on yarns
reduced It was predicted that cuts
in the rates on at least the lower
Thatcher Family Visit;
H. Thatcher and family, of
Blackfoot, Idaho, are staring p t
the Cunningham berry ranch this
week, out for a. summer's htrnt
for a new home in the far west.
Mr., Thatcher, who was for years
with the Mutual Creamery com
pany of Salt Lake City, has a fine
herd of Jersey cows of his own
back In Idaho, and he wants to
locate somewhere in a land where
the green pastures bloom most of
the year and' they don't have so
long a feeding season as they do Tuesday Concert at Playground vision of the bill. A vigorous fight
funding commission, and Jean V.
Pafmentipr. director of finanrn of
Sterling, Lfie French treaiary. This was
the first direct contact between
this country and the allies on the
subject of the war debts which
The meeting of the French rep
resentative with Mr. Mellon was
confined to a general discussion of
the financial condition ot France.
M. Parmentler was informed that
the commission desired stater
Bov Scouts Save
t Furnishings from -Fire
The members of the boy mcout
council in Salem are scheduled
to partake of a real feed as soon
as Mrs. J. F. Jones ijtsf : "her .be
longings suitably Tjoused following
the fire at her home yesterday.
Mrs. -Jones says that the wilt
have more things to house than
she would ' have had fit th
scouts , had not j pitched Jn and
worked ,like majors to save their
furnitare and .belongings.
Loss from the lire was about
$5,00) according to Mrs. Jones.
The home -which was buaned was
at 400 South 19th.
United Army Stores.
On Universal products, electric
grade cotton cloth of even greater ments as to the French budget
proportions man recommenaea
yesterday by the finance commit-
tee majority would be made as Import8 tnd tBe trend ot her for
for the present, past and future
years, the volume ot exports and
the senate progresses with the
irons, thermos bottles and fillers, schedule. That probably will be
Hunch kits and aluminum plates, some time next week, as the
Giese & Co., 373 Court St. Adv. schedule Is to be laid tomorrow!
Lin favor lot dye embargo pro-
back in his Gem state home. They.
I will go on to Corvallis .out to Til
lamook, and perhaps on through i
California before . settling for
Next Tuesday nights' band con-1 over It la. forecast with Senator
Films- Developed Free
Leave your fllms todayat Pat-
i ton's ' Book Store. Adr.
cert will be at the municipal play
ground between 12th and 14th
streets, south of the S. P. track.
The concerts have been held at
Willson Park for so long that the
change of location may be heard
eign and general trade. When
the French statements are avail
able M. Parmentler is to meet!
with the full debt commission.
Great Britain is expected, to be J
the next of the allies to begin;
refunding negotiations. Although 1
Moses of New Hampshire leading officlal adrtces are lacking. In
the Republican opponents, Sen
ator King of Utah making the
principal argument for the Dem
ocrats In opposition.
Several members of the Ite-
we have sold our lease and we
quit this location Saturday eve-
... i.- - , - -. -w- - - .
Individual Meat Pies
On Tves. wad Wed.
TUB LITTLE LADY'S 8TOBJ3
. 1090 Center St; corner 120
and still not remembered by those pnblican agricultural tariff bloc
who go Instinctively to the old joined today in the opposition to
place. The municipal playgrounds the committee increases in the
will be officially opened by this j cotton rate, but a majority of the
formation has been received it
was said today at the treasury.
indicating that Ambassador Ged-
des, an hid return here soon.
would be accompanied by British
financial experts authorized to
treat with the debt commission.
Let Us Figure-
On those new shades.
you money. Giese &
Court St., Adv.
bloc roted to sustain the commit
Senator Lenroot argued against
We Bave I in creases In rates on varns and
cloth not coming into competition
with American ' produced yarns
and cloth. Re declared that on
the cheaper grades "the United
For Tents, Paulina
and all kinds of
, Ctmping Equipmeat
'' i'' ':: 'I-.,.':.
! I '''"'","-''
See us before' buying.
umiea Army, stores ,
230 -South r Commercial ;Sti
BATS: . -
hi. 1 t thiuk. I
1y O. I.
I sutes wa snipping to an the Court Rules She Didn't Use
lworia.. M contenoea aiso mai porcnno harms tn liPt
That Flop Off, ; ;
; tHis Motorcycle--t;
' That flop oft his motor
cycle was thought at first to
mean nothing worse than -
some braises, and a tew tkta
-abrasions, but these were -the
surface Indications only.
The Jlopas the.boy. called
It. was a tall ot rreat force,
and' tt eansed spinal : Joint
displacemenU affecting the
kidneys and stomach.
; 'The' wounds were slow In
healing; the soreness too,
and there was loss of . flesh
from the railure of the stom-"
ach lotnnetton properly.' A
chiropractor was advised
aid th trouble soon, disap-r
peared. Without the .chlro
prartlc adjuitmsnts the ioy
might have sben ;,wrfVened '
in health the rest o( his life. '
Chiropractic ,eplpsl .sd
-1 Justmenta orreet diseases
ot the head. ' throat, lungs
; heart, .atoraach, . liver, . kld- (
. Aeya, pancreas, spleen, bow.
els , and lower organs.
- ; ;. ! . - : .
ioward 'heafth Is meroty" a"'
matter Df (teitphtmlag ll tor
n' nnrttm(nt '
ijmt&i es tr,m. .
i ; all 1MA i
ST fr an
Mrs. M. W. Hunt of Berkley, I the compensatory duties on fine
Cal., with her daughter, Miss Ger- I yarns made from long staple cot-
trude Hunt, are guests at the j. tonwere too high considering thai
TV Hunt home in Salem. Miss the duty on long staple cotton
.Easier and'BetterjHunt Is an Instructor in home eco-j itself was only 7 cents a pound.
; Phone 1255,' Salem, Orejon
nomlcs at Centerville, Cal.
Senator Smoot ot Utah, on be-
LOS ANGELES, July 13.
Gloria Swanson, motion picture
Mrs. Clifton Irwin is spending j half of the committee majority, j actresa and Mrs. Matthew Burns,
a few days in Portland.
Gordon Voojels of Med ford twas
in Salem for a short time yester
by buying your hardware and fur
niture at 'The Capital Hardware
ft Furniture Co., 285 No. Com
mercial street. ; Phone $47.
PRATUM NEWS NOTES
supported the increases, declar
ing them to be necessary to pro
tect the industry, particularly that
in the east, which, he explained,
was producing now high grade
cloth almost exclusively, theljuage,0i me prooaie uepanmem
,hMr eraHea belnz turned out I of the superior court, James C:
her mother, did not conspire to'
get Mr. Burns to make a will in
favor of his wife and against the
interests of other relatives. This j
I ruling: was made today by the
LADD V&:BUSB, MAIIItiSRS
Qittiiisiia J8C3 " '
aw 4M,4 , v'"...
i i 4
Office Hours fir; 10 a,'ol,to 4:p.-n4
in southern mills. He called at
tention-' that high grade cloth,
Parts for One-Third : to
I buy old cars
424 N. Com'L Phone 523
D. J. Steimer and family had
the misfortune last Friday hav- came in from England
ing their nome and a lot of rurn quantitles.
nure toiauy aesiroyea Dy nre
which started from the chmney.
Mrs. Albert Llehty their closest
neighbor gave the alarm over the
telephone and in a very short
time - many neighbors arrived to
give their assistance as the fire
was too far advanced to save the
Rives. (Judge Rives also held
that Miss Swanson and her mother
had not conspired to secure the
marriage of the latter with Mr. I
Burns. This disposed of two of
tion of all who believe in orderly
process ol settlement."
The president also received to
day a iettcr from ostnlaster. gen
eral Work, stating that a survey
Pays ;Best Cash Prices
for k n
' j and
The House of Half a
, Million and One Bargains
402 N. Com V Phone 523
HARDING TAKES. FIRST
STEP IN USING MILITARY
(Continued from page 1)
railroad employes to enforce their
own views through methods of in-
L..1IJ1 XT' J . u uo. " t
uu.m.u. mm .uuu w mue o8houtd met the condemna
to save as much furniture and , . - . .
clothing as possible but on ac-
count of a strong breeze in a very
short time the house was a mass
of flames, a. large wood pile be-
VWBA1I A kniio MM jl . a mm via I
vr iut uuuoo aiiu uai ii i aaguu i ji u A a u - ft Kft-
rsro a number of tmes but by NH ?vmv "s"? uv l
careful distribution of the meagre www Tmor,iw.
. ,1,- ti. ,iireaaT on si uu'iro uumu j
lv i.hHmrt an.i 4h iarTO niu.t the maHs in event , the railroad
' I . ... . a J Cn-
wood saved and the barn which touna impoom iu u . k
aa nriA ik lnlmentinr thls the Aeronautic
much better chance of being Chamber oi commerce u:,
.wi nhAU4i u .o.,, , ca. wltn neaaquaners i w
several times but Melrtn Usn York, notified Dr. Work tnai u
who was n top or the barn used was prepared, to mobilise into an
-I . . It 1 - a .1! dhAmmArMai
a wet sack on a larre stick and atrial man ueei an CTm.v.v...
by use of th hav mn ha rnn- airolanes In use in the united
trol of every fire that Rfartd on States, and that stfch' planes would
the roof. he capable of transporting eight
The following day Mr Steins, million first class letters daily.
whle handling the hay fork got The bureau of aeronautics ol
Caughttn the rope some way and the navy likewise came forward,
was pulled np some distance with stating that it had at its disposal
ii,r ' " . r r
Men's Ha ts 75c . Up 1
Coatiand-VctU 2 andip
Special Vafaes in Shoes ' '
Wc carry a full line of Gents' furnlshJnjs
. Best buys, in second hand clothes 4n town
342 N. Commercial Phone 1368W 5
the bar. Throwing him against
is in the market for all t
kinds of , ;
We pay market price.';
Before you sell your junk !
: or- second j. hand goods, j
;, : 8ee us " . ." "
215 Center St. Phone 398
WILKES: At a local hospital July
12th, 132. Levi Thurston Wil
kes, age 68 years, survived by
1 four children: Jess of Fossil, Or.J
George and Arch of Tillamook,
Or.; Mrs. W. F. Batmer. Dayton,
Or., and a sister, Mrs. Floy John
eon of Tillamook. He was a nat
ive of Oregon, having been bor.i
at ' Forests-Grove. Funeral ser
vices win be from the TerwIlUger
Home Saturday at 10:30 a. tn..
Rev. R. L. Putnam otficiatln$r
burial in Odd Fellows cemetery."
the barn when released from the
fork, receiriBg several very Pain
ful Injuries. 1 '
D. Kleen nnd family, Geo.
Kleeir and family, Oscar and Al
fred - Meyer antL their families.
Mr, and Mrs. B. Brancli and sons
mjotored to- Portland last Sunt
Mr. and Mrs. Fred de Uries
and daughter, Olivia, and Miss
Lyda Staaffe attended the North
Marlon County; Dstrtct Sunday
School convention at Hubbard
last Sunday. -Mr. and" rMs. de
Uries" will go to Mehama, next
Snnday to ; the Santtam District
Wm. McAllister is installing h
2S-horse tower Diesel engine
nr7i h ' '& P Ifi Ff tfh I which he thinks will "enable him
WCDP Of IslOUgll L0 farnisa lhs community with a
high grade ot flour and also tike
i care ot chopping and cleaning
Lfor.iua farmers of. this neighbor.
hood. . a " f'"?. " ' :V-,f 5
V.t? Lambert 4s building" ohe
of the finest barns in this. local
y . m mm
?$ fes" ' - ;- J ; " ' - ! ' j " ,l -" " " ' ." 1
LJA itot r TTT ! i
nn- - n ; ; " '
iiiriff r ff t nrn.i .1 - - . -r . -"I
"SeUiih Yatt" ? 1 '
t ; ' I '' ' - i U f
I . i Two Acts : - - '- , -:. ' i 7 " -
A.SlJ!1. 1 We have sold our lease, and '
Athletic Surprise , we quit, this location. Satur,
' &y evenut?. For these two i
Senneti Comedy days, all pianos and talking V .
. , , machines go at cost. $10.00'
Robinson Crusoe I r , Pts a piano in your home, the
, '.; -balance .in small, payraents. v
n Matinee 25c - : Don't miss this: Good Pianos
Evening 35c - $125, $150, $175, $135 nd cp. j'r
TodayTomorrow I 1 . ...,
BLIGH . Tallman Piano Store
" t 121 Sonth Commercial St.
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