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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM OREGOJT
SUNDAY MORNING.AUGUST 6, 1922
TO BE FETED
Eastern and Foreign Engin
eers to Be Entertained in
State August 1 1
Hood River, Portland ' and the
Colombia River highway on Fri
day, August 11, will be tbe scene
of 'entertainment of a large dele
gation of fire chiefs from tbe east
ern stater and from foreign coun
tries, cn route t the Internation
al conventions of fire chiefs and
fire engineers to be held In San
la the Oregon reception to the
visitors the fire departments of
Hood River and Portland and the
state .fire . marshal's department
I ,? ! Iku-ber to AwtlMt "' - ,
A. C,'- Barber, state fire mar
shal, and several of his deputies
will meet the delegation at The
Dalles. Upon the arrival at Hood
River a fleet of automobiles un
der the direction of the Hood Riv-
er department will meet the visit
ors, and escort, them on a tour or
the-Hood Iltver valley, endipg up
at Multnomah' Falls, where the
Portland department will meet
them and escort them rnto Fort
land. I'omeroy fe IWleate
II. H. Pomeroy, one of the dep
ntiea of tbe state department, will
represent the etate at the conven
tion of the Pacific Coast Fir
Chiefs' association at San Fran
cIhco, wh'.rh will ie in session
August . 10, 11 and 12. This
will' be followed Immediately by
the international; convention.
Lewis Says Kubli Has
29 Members Signed up
Representative D. C. Lewis of
Multnomah county,.' who Is going
about the state with K. K. Kubli
assisting the latter In lining up
the probable members of the next
legislature to vote for Kubli as
speaker of the hous. said In
Portland yesterday that 29 mem
bers have signed their names to
pledges that they will support
Kubli has long been a mejnber
of the legislature. The report
that 29 of the menrberi have
agreed to vote for him as speaker
is doubted in some quarters.
Read the Classified Ads.
Adele GmrrUou't Hew FhaM of
REVELATIONS OF. A WIFE
WHY III) MAJ. V1RANTLANU
DRIVE HIS CAR BACKWARD?
Whether he was afraUFI would
be nervous or for some other rea
son, Maj. Grantland drove his car
slowly on the way ourf Aber
deen. For the first time !I began
to wonder about the rest at the
I didn't s2e the Durkees," I
naid to Dicky. "Where did they
"They got away Jnst before we
staged that carrying herome
nff the train stunts
Dicky replied teasingly. "Ton see
I knew and Ed-lth and Leila
confirmed my knowledge that if
thotr fciderlv southern relative ev
realized vou were ill she'd fly
over here and make you a flax
seed poultice end give you some
boneset tea before she left the
ctiiinn in aav nothing: of Insist
in i nnnn takinz you home with
her. From what the girls say of
her she Is terrific "in her.lnsistent.
hospitality. So Alfred and the
girls have f!xed up &om story
about Mrs. Durkee having a head
ache and needing attention, and
they are flying homward, ac
companied by auntleV smelling
salts and camphor. Ed ith ana
Leila say she never stirs from
home without a good-sued medi
cine cabinet concealed in her
The Closed Car Passed.
I laughed Involuntarily at bis
nonsense, but tbe query wnicn
had annoyed me many times be
fore came freshly to my mind.
Why did he always make that ri
diculous pause before the name of
Edith Fairfax? Was It' because
he always thonght of it first
when the two s-sters were under
discussion, began to speak, her
name first, and then involuntarily
paused because he feared I might
notice It, and caught himself and
went on for the same reason? No
doubt I would have gone on tor
menting myself indefinitely if my
three curves when Maj. Grantland
said ic stacatto fashion to Dicky:
"Road swings in at the left
"Yea, right by that big free."
'Good." In another secona ne
bad pulled the big car aroona.
switched to normal driving again,
and we were speeding down an
other road at a pace which I knew
would outdistance anyth ng be
'Hope you weren't frightened.
Mrs. Craham," Maj. Grantiana
threw over his shoulder. "I saw
I had missed the road, and I al
ways drive backward whenever 1
can. I might neea u sometimes.
and it's good practice."
It was the lamest of excuses.
but I. of course, had no other
course than tQ pretend to accept
"I was not frightened in The
least," I said a bit untruthtfully?
"and I envy you the skill you have
"If you could only make that
flivver of yours stand on its hind
attention had not been distracted hegs jjve that, eh, old dear?'
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' BUY-THAT PIANO
:e -:;'S??THIf WEEK,- .
Every Player Piano and Upright Piano Reduced $100 for THIS
- 7 WEEK ONLY
Highest allowance possible will be made on your old piand in trade.
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We have only 14 refrigerators left in our stock and in order to clear them
out, we are offering these money-saving reductions
Regular 17.50 Refrigeratora......$12.95 Regular $61.50 Refrigerators $45.00
Regular $22.50 Refrigerators..$ 16.45 Regular $67.50 Refrigerators. $48.50
Regular $33.50 Refrigerators...l$24.75 Regular $82.50 Refrigerators $62.50
TWO DEMONSTRATING BOXES ONE-THIRD OFF
Red Star, Perfection and Clark's Jew el Oil Stoves at Greatly Reduced Prices
Two Burner Clark's JeweLU-$13.75 Three Burner Qark's Jewel $21.00
We have a great numtr of slightly used oil, stoves, 'first class' niakes in perfect
condition," on sale cheap. " - '
j j Aeroux Porch Shades 25'.Off
V : It
by the sudden blowing of an auto
horn back of us, the signal that
car behind us wished to pass.
To lay surprise for I knew
that if this car was like the oth
ers owned by Maj. Grantland
there were few in the world that
could pass It if its owner wished to
keep it ahead, and he usually did
so wish he drew the car to one
side of the road, and the closed
car which we had seen at the sta
tion flew by us.
The officer reduced his speed
at once -until we were almost
crawling. As the car ahead disap
peared around one of the curves
of the winding road Ma. Grant
land spoke tersely:
Dicky interposed teas ngly. but
his mother, who I knew had been
literally holding her breath during
the backward flight, interrupted
'If I ever hear of either one of
you driving a car like that." sho
said scathingly, "I'll I'll take
Junior away from the both of
(To be contiuued)
AT THE LIBRARY
"From Job to Job Around the
World," the expedience' of a three
"lS tor 'anything oio. W rip .Urti from San Fran,
hind. Graham. I going to SZSLZi?
He threw the big machine into
reverse, and with his head turned
toward the road behind him be
gan to run tbe car back as dexter
ously and almost as swiftly as he
had been guiding it in the other
direction. I 3aw that Dicky was
intently watching out of the rear
window for any gleam of light
which would signal the approacn
of a car back of us, so I felt rea
sonably assured, that no accident
would happen from this most nn
I A Lame Excuse.
piece, related by Alfred Fletcher.
Trading With Asia," a com
pact treatment of the industries,
goverriment and corainerce of the
oriental peoples, intended for the
information of the business man
and the student, written by Frank
R. Eld ridge
"How Animals Work," descrip
tlons of some of the interesting
structures which animals build or
make, Ly F. Martin Duncan
"Chapters from Childhood," her
child experiences, naively told
from the viewpoint of an interest
ing, fearless child, by Mrs. Juliet
Soskice, who Is a member of the
Rossetti family of artistic re-
Tlia -B-tMast cnrmlRpn r n I "lu w
Himnrh tn hr.in' "wHT wM Mil. "Play m Education," a book
Grantiftnd doin this bizarre which traces the development of
thinz? The nlr solution which 1 V1 tnrougn eniianopa, aepici-
came to me was that he wished to 8 il nd the uses , which
nvnM th other 2ar! MoecteflMt should be made of it in education
i urn hurv in lrwiir tnr him. and I and the effect even upon " the
wishod tn nresent his front liehtsl adult, written by Joseph Lee.
to it to. mislead them in the UhH complete uog tiooK, a treat
tn nntn S1V r tAVin-1 rnent of the different kinds of
other rod. Rnt thi seemed--so dogs and their care, and training
far-fetched an Mnlanation that I 7 the editor of ; 'Forest and
lanrhed to mvself at myself' But stream." wunam A.uruet
I could think ot.no other. . ' J i ne uycie maustry, --n origin
We had. run back perhaps a nistory ana latest developments,
quarter of a- mile and had rounded j by W. F. Grew.
Annual report 01 tne .National
Lutheran council, Nov., 192L
"Pierre and Luce," a simple,
idyllic tale by. Romain Rolland.
The Covered Wagon," a story
of migration to Oregon In '47, by
Emerson Hough.. .
The House of the Wolf," by
Alexander's Bridge," one of
Wllla Cather's early books.
The Secret Places of the
Heart," by H. C. Wells. ,
"The Joy in Work," ten short
stories of the glory of work, se
lected by Mary Laselle.
The Story of Mankind." the
story of the world from the be
ginning of time, illustrated with
quaint pictures, by Hendrik Van
;ideas for Children's Parties,"
by A. W. Strauss.
"Dena," a story for older girls
by Ella W. Gardner.
Power Farming Show to
Be Here August 18 ana 1 9
Two advance agents for the
great Ford tractor and power
farming demonstrating ' caravan
were in Salem Friday. Messrs.
Parker and Carr from tbe general
Ford lorce for the state of Oregon.
The cr.ravan Is v!lt ng practically
every town of the valley. e"n
down to 45 population or less.
Everything of naotorisd farming
Is being shown, and some of the
crowd run up into thousands.
They'are to show In Salem "August
IS and 19.
They do more than merely show
hay-diggers and plows In action.
They have radio concerts, lec
tures. movie shows, and demon
stration of everything that gas
power can br?ng to th farm or
Xh9 "bome, It ! Aldta -wq ;
most elaborate ahow of the. kid4
ever staged, and It it costing ,
ooo to put it over. - The expenses;
are divided between -the Fcrd p
agencies and the, Ford general
agency, on a. basis, not made pub
lic . : : ' - V
The evil that men do lives after -them.
The Inventor of the -oka-lelesjdeadj
are now for sale hee at
this store and are car
ried in 8 different colors,
in black, white, cordo
van, medium grey, suede,
silver, beige and beaver,
medium weight spuntex,
all sizes and colors,
Heavy weight Spuntex,
all sizes and colors, per
Watch windows for
Rev. D. J. Goode, of Salem. Or.,
recently deceased, was born in
Illinois, November 21, 1844. His
parents p'oneered in Iowa where
as a youth he enlisted in the
nmtn lowa cavalry lor service
in the Civil war where he served
for two and a half years. Later
with his wife and three children
he mcved to Kansas and as a pio
neer missionary ortmzeu many
churches which r.:e living monu
ments to his suv"ss'ul Ministry
-Amidst the deprivations of
fron'.iei condition.., defying F an
sas "ol'zzards it ml scorching sun
he devoted him?elf to his family
ani to the strenuous services of
missionary activities as but few
men do until his constitution
broke down rnd Fought
the nromised elixir of our Ore
gon climate, f nding a homo in
Salem where he spent most of his
declining years. -
Two classes of men stood on
with aim In his thinking, the Civ
il war veterans and veterans of
ibe Cross of Christ mad 't wa a
i scene long to be remembered a
almost two score of in t4d Civil
war veterans 'supported by canes
crntrhes. and by each other stood
by the casket with bowed head
while the snowy, whl.-haired
mpty-leeved old chao.a n rea-i
the List tribute of consideration
and (.f'ection for th-Ir departed
His lfe and 10 chil1-;r .lon
ti th.-. fourth generatio and many
oiher reletives accompanied by
vast numbers ja peopt who have
been lifted and 1 ble i by his
n-inlt rit ions and God'y life, sym
rtth're with one another In theii
J l-jfs ransed.hr his dsparturo. .
Superior Chevrolet Prices Now in Effect
,490 SUPERIOR Touring. .
490 SUPERIOR ROADSTER....;..... a
490 SUPERIOR 4 Passenger Coupe Fisher Body.
490 SUPERIOR Sedan Fisher Body ! ...j. .v...A..
490 SUPERIOR UTILITY COUPE Fisher Body:....l
490 SUPERIOR No. 2 Delivery.!...: , Z". '.! ,
490 SUPERIOR Chassis-
Baby Grand Roadster.
Baby Grand Touring... ....
Baby Grand Coupe..- ..
Baby Grand Sedan,.. ... ..: .
WGM Ton Chassis. ....
"T" One Ton Truck Chassis... ...
The Above Prices Delivered at Salem Ky
vJP All enclosed cars have genuine "FISIIER BODIES" '
Rear Gasoline Tank Cord Tires and Stewart Vacuum, System'
. 1 . - C ' , .
The Superior Chevrolet is outselling every other car ' in 'theT world toda;
, . in a great many places
F. G. DELANO
Mil t ri m rihk i 1 jp ; (f in-
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Here are just a few of the Gardner i
quality specifications which show the
worth of this truly ; dependable motor car
Gardner-Lycoming Motor 3M;x5 j.
Westinghcoise Electric Equipment
Borg and Beck Clutch
32x4 Cord Tires, Non-Skid
Genuine Leather Upholstering
Hard Baked Enamel Finish
18 inch Steering Wheel with Aluimnum Spider
Drum Type Headlamps "i '
Brown-Lipe Spiral Bevel Differential Gears V
Chae Dreadnaught Top With Door-Openirig Curtams
F. 0. B. SALEM
F. W. PETTYJOHN
Corner State and Front Su.
J. A. Goode, Portland, Or.