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of the school of commerce, J. A.
Bexell. She has occupied the po
sition temporarily sine the va
cancy occurred 611 sprtng."
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By MARGUERITE GLEESON
Mr. W. W. ITolgate of Corral
Ila was a brfef visitor in Salem
; yesterday, bringing her grandson,
fWlllia Pearcy, with her.", Mrs.
Colgate was on her way to the
fctate contention of the auxiliary
tot the American legion, which "Is
meeting: In The Dalles. Willis
Pearcy, who Is a son of ' Mr., and
, Mrs. Knight Pearcy, has been in,
; Corrallla for eome' time. .
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? (Mr. and Mrs.: IT O. Shipley Will
ffeturn today following vacation
pent at McCreedie ; Hot Springs.
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5 More than 1000 persons are ex
Secled to be served each -afternoon
during . the contention' 6t
the Episcopal church In Portland.
The service will be In charge of
churches In and out of Portland.
Mrs. E. TV C. Stevens Is chalrnlan
Df the general committee in Port
land. Mrs.' Russel " Catlin and
Mrs. It. B. Thlelsen of Salem! are
In charge of the local committee,
tnie-afternoon teas are to'be glv
ten 4n the basement of the muni
cipal auditorium. Ji ;
; Mr. and Mrs. A. O.NCondit are
pending a few days at the Coos
.Hay beaches. They) will return
fo Salem Monday.' ' r ?
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v Miss Thelma Dykes of Portland
jtlsited In Salem for a lew days
lind has gone to Newport for a
Hpfcort stay. ....
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Mrs. Walter L. Spanldlng state
secretary of the auxiliary of 'the
American -legion and Mrs. H. J.
J!berlyr secretary of the local aux
iliary and 'delegate Jo the state
contention, left yesterday lor" The
Pindruf n 'Apply ScptoF ;
? : See the Result!
r-MUrd th MtarsT Ixwity n4 luatr of
IVmia- B)iibo nd foqx hair a w
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A all w4 Jre tehii '
.1 i i in i' i i m wi
Dalles to attend; the. state meet
ing. Mrs. II. Mclnturft of Marsh
field accompanied "Mrs. Spaulding
to The Dalles. Both were dele
gates t the national convention
in Kansas City last winter.
A movement has been launched
for the organization of a chapter
of the Daughters of the American
Revolution ..forjVCowlItsv coxinty.
Wash. Mrs. J. .11. Quick of Castle
Rock and Mrs. E. W. Ross of Kel
so are taking the lead In1 the or
senizatlon. . :. ;'. -.; : '
i Mr. and Mrs." James Fo'rdeg of
Portland wltbi thefr sons James
and Lewis, were guests at the
home of Mr.! and Mrs. William
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M. and $Irs. Ernest Bowen
were -hosts Tuesday evening at a
dinner party! honoring Mrs. Will
Caldwell of Fallon, Colo. The
gueits attended the dance fol
lowing the d3nner party.
Guests invited to honor Mrs.
Caldwell included Mr. ' and Mrs.'
Louis Mlshle. Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
McElvaln and Mrs. P. O. Delano
and little daughter, Cynthia.
The Marion County Veterans'
association will , meet next week,
Thursday, August 3, in the park
at Silverkon. This is the second
meeting ; of ; the year and officers
will be chosen for the . coming
year. The 'last meeting was held
in Woodburn ; in April. The De
cember, meeting was held In Sa
lem. A. B.- Huddleson of Salem
Is president- of the association.
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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moore
and daughter. Miss Ruth Moore;
spent the week-end In Cascadia.
Miss Helen - Moore - of Corvallis
Joined them for the holiday;
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Mr. and Mrs. George O. Brown
and Mr. !and Mrs. Frank , Cerlnf
of - Oakland,' Cal., left ' yesterday
for Seattle. They will return to
Salem Sunday. . .
; MCss Helen Moore of Salem,
Who was' one ' of the June gradu
ates' In .'commerce from Oregon
Agricultural college, is one of the
recent appointments to tne facul
ty at the-colleger accordnSg-to in
announcement made by the presi
dent's iofflc thla week; ' : .
Mls3; Moore has been given the
position, of secretary to the dean
TOSSESSES all of the requirements '
V tt of the modern kitchen ran&e - Its
Ai construction is embodied Wround the1
famous' LANG HotiBlast Principle .
enabling it to' utilize every particle'
of fuel consumed. The Lan&wood
. 1 , . was designed r as a special wood
burning ' range and has been found
thoroughly successful 'by thousands
t of housewives. .. ! J ,
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LANG'S Lan&rebod is guaranteed' to
hm TWIC tona with 02JE-HALP -'
iht wood required by any other ran&e
' on th market. Tht purchase price wfll
';': he refunded 'if th LAXGWOOD
: ' Ran&e doe not do jutt a it it
i ' r ; GUARANTEED. Cam in and tee th :
i LAKCWOOD on display in our more. -
Asli Us ?AK6ut ' TKern- m
PEOPLE'S FURNITURE STORE I
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AfetV darrtooWs -New Pta. oft
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
CHAPTER 82 '
THE REASON RITA- BROWN
ASKED HOW MADGE FELT.
When I awakc-ned It was to th
consciousness of Dicky's : face
close to mine, his arms still clasp
ing me. Some one his mother
moBt probably had piled pillows
behind him to relieve the strain
of h!s position, and his eyes were
I guessed that when he had
finally-Been' mef'soTrnd-asleep- "be
had 'dosed off himself, and I de
bated for a moment upon the ad
visability of waking him. The
thought of the strained arm mus
cles which must be his from the
long" vigil quickly decided me,
andil stirred in his arms and
His eyes flew open instantly;
and "he started convulsively. Then
he looked anxiously at me.
"What Is It, sweetheart? In
From the. couch where she had
beeri sleeping my mother-in-law
sat up quickly.-: - .
"What's the matter? Is ' she
feeling; worse?"; she demanded.
For ' an Instant I revelled in
the luxury of .being the object of
so much solicitude', then answer
ed cheerily - and truthfully : ' f :
i '' amf eellng ever so . much
better, but I am hungry-"
Dicky' consulted his watch. '
Mother Graham Commands.
"Ifa after 11. I'm sure the
diner must be on by this time.
What do you want?"
, "It isn't a question of what she
wants," my mother-in-law struck
In firmly. "Irs What she can
have. Yotf order a pot of weak
tea and two (slices ot dry toast
withou t butter," arid "tell them to
put a salt cellar on the tray. If
she stands that all right we'll
see about something else after a
I "knew better than to question
tier dictum,- even 4ff -I - had ired
for 'more substantial- fare than
that 'which-:' she ' had. ' outlined.
When Mother Graham Is ' in
charge of a' , sick ' room she Is a
martinet 'whdse slightest r! word
must be obeyed. Dickyt says ahe
Is -mor3" rtgia , than rany trained
nurse who erer stepped i :
"That sounds very7 tempting,
t said cheerily; b'ntjDlcky snorted
as 1 with - infinite care he . raised
himself i from ' his cramped 5 posi
tion ' and 'put me ' tenderly back
upon my pillows.
: "Y., about as tempting as old
what-do-you-call-hlm'a teed; of
grass the one they tell about in
th Bible,' he said Ironically.
i NebuchadnewaT?'' I ventured
demurely. v .
"That's the-4suy," my husbind
said. U "Gee, but you't get the
long tongue and memory. Madge,
to be able to spiel that collection
of sneexes off like that."
RTchard!" his mother Interposed-
sternly, "don't be Irrever
ent."' r '
"Who's i Irreverent? ' her son
flemande. "What did that laa
ever co w do ixeis -
ed breath and respectful ac
"He's In the Bible," his moth
er replied, hut I saw the corners
ot hr mouth tiwtch, and I knew
that her protest was only the per
functory one she felt called upon
to make whenever Dicky alluded
in, any manner to the Scrlpturea.
It wm at ott of automatic brake,
which from' long . experience of
"So'a the deyU.v Dicky began
afguroentatiTely, but his mother
cut him short. . ...
. WiU ; you go and order itnai
tea. end toast or must I?"
demanded acidly. . - t;
"I - t lyt" " He -dashed tc - the
doer dramatically- s turned and
grinned Impudently ; at us both--.
"Sore i 1 can't make it a little
Steak? ' he said insinuatingly.
1 ; 1 shook my head weakly , at
hWn, but his mother snorted, and
Dicky scuttled out of the door.
MoIBeT Graham bathed my face
and hands, rearranged the covers
Ot my berth; lifting from me the
wonderful cloak belonging to
MaJ.' Grantland. which with my
returning strength and the in
creastnr warmth ot the room was
becomic a bit oppressive j and
laying it across the toot ot the
berth where it could be reached
quickly : it I experienced another
Richard will make
tracks wlth that . tea," aha said
Worriedly; - "You ought to have
something hot. without delay
- om.' mti h rA in the arl-
The STABILITY of any community is measured by the number of citi
zens owning their iown homes. In the HOMES OF A CITY are reflected its
prosperity, its vision and good citizen ship. Ours is a good city in which to
own a home. Thousands of beautiful homes testify to the stable value of
property here and the advantages of h ome ownership. Within our city and
adjacent to" iC are many available sites that may be purchased at surpris
ingly low figures. Real estate in this city is one of the most attractive in
vestments to be found in the country an investment in property that will
steadily increase in value from year to year. f. ,
The cessation of building activity
ings. The need of building homes righ
It is squarely up to the individual cit
fortr contentment, and enduring satis
now than four, or five years agoit m
which you cannot escape is that you a
banker or any business friend in who
ndw or wait. He" will tell you to BUIL
" while you live Have the enjoyment o
paying high rents. Are you going to c
will you secure your peace and happine
to the city's growth, property and g
workers by giving them work.
has put a premium on available dwell
t here in our own city is imperative,
izen. In home ownership is found corn
faction. Suppose building ; is higher
ay or may not be 4ut Jone thing from
re NOW payjng higher rents. Ask your
m you hava conf idence whether to build
D NOW Get a home of your own. Live
f your home and at the same time Btop
ontinue suffering from high rents or
ss by building your own home, and add
ood name. You also help your fellow
Make a decision today. Call upon any of the undersigned, and discuss
with them the 'whole question of home building and ownership.
WHY I LIKE MY
Story Contest for Children Under 16
$2.00 First Prize
10 Second Prize
1.00 Third Prize
EIRE'S your opportunity to see whether you hare in
the family an embryonic Mark Twain, a J?Yancis
Hodgson Burnett or an advertising man or . woman.
Through the generosity of a number of our merchants
several prizes have been offered on "Why I like my
home" and it gives the children a chance to tell in their
own words just why they like their home surroundings.
We don't want to make too many suggestions about the
I; essays for it tends to limit the imagination of -the child.
uui we nam w cujuoixc hic xaw.i u iuug wa iuutug
dog, or a friend of the child'3, he might very, well find a
place in the story. Same way, with the cat sweetheart
iiext door the child's garden play room dad's garage
- the family autamobfle the interior of the house, the'
attic, papa, mama, aunts and grandparents are all proper
subjects for partial discussion. ' '
In other words, have your child or child friend write on
"why he loves his homeV-why,his home is dear to him
all of us grown-ups know what 'Home Sweet Home"
means but few know the child's idea of it."
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The best stories will be paid for with prizes enumerated
in the heading: every child has a chance-for the age
of the kiddie will be taken into consideration. ,The best
stories will be published in, the Statesman.
This is the third of a series of ten advertisements which will ap
pear weekly in The Statesman. The "Own Your Home" movement
is nation-wide in its scope and these advertisements are printed'
to stimulate home building in Salem. V : '
THIS AVERTISEMENT MADE POSSIBLE BY THE FOLLOW
ING FIRMS IN THE INTEREST OF THE: HOME BUILDERS'
HUTCHEON PAINT CO. , ; . ..
Paints, Oils, Varnishes , L '
SPAULDING LOGGING CO. '
Building Materials of all kinds j .
FARMER HARDWARE CO; 1
Everything in Builders' Hardware- V
HEYSER & FOLLRICH .
Real Estate, Terminal Building
ELECTRIC FIXTURE & SUPPLY CO.
Jlectric Wiring and Fixtures, 222 North Liberty Street
Humbing and Tinning, 164 South Commercial Street :
PORTLAND RAILWAY LIGHT AND
POWER COMPANY ,
FRED A. LEGGE, KENNETH C. LEGGE
Architects and Engineers, Murphy Building ; v
OREGON GRAVEL CO.
Face Brick, SeWer Pipe, Sand, Gravel; Cement, Foot of Hood
.Street'..,. i - ,.. ' V
NELSON BROTHERS ; : V , '
'. ? Plumbing, Tinning, Furnaces, 355 Chemeketa Street
BECKE & HENDRICKS
. Real Estate, Fire Insurance, U. SJ Bank Building '
DR. O. L. SCOTT, Chiropractor
U. S. Bank Building , ; "
" WAy not Buy thi Best When It'e Mad bt the West "
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ist possible time, I said conf I-
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