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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1922)
TH OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING, OCTORER 22. 1922
P. R. L. & P. . to" Proceed
With Clackamas County, .
" A permit, was recei red from the
I federal power commission yester
fay by the state engineering de
tkr as the gorernment is concern.
ed, for the Portland Railway,
Light & Power company to pro
ceed with its executive' addition
al power development in Clacka
;The permit covers the construc
tion of a diversion dam for the
appropriation of water from Oak
creek and Three Links, a con
dult extending to a power house
that. will develop 20.000 kilo
watts or over 25,00 horsepower,
and a transmission line connect
ing with the Cazadero power
A water Tight for appropriation
of the necessary water will be
procured from the state as soon
as applications are completed.
'' . The public 'service commission
baa not 'completed its Inquiry as
to whether the proposed exten
sion la Justified. Certain infor
mation and data have been asked
of the company and this, it is
promised, will be furnished the
LLOYD GEORGE DOES
NOT UNCOVER HAND
(Continued from page 1.)
which was repeated by those
Lord Airedale, who presided,
presented Mr.. Lloyd George as "a
great .statesman who through the
eeverest. crisis In the history has
Gfaafflilbeir off Commerce
Become onei of the workers for Salem's Com
mercial, industrial and civic development. "In
Union There is Strength " The Salem Chamber
of Commerce stands for unity of thought and
purpose among the people of Salem and Marion
county in the promotion of the progress and
prosperity of the whole community. K' '
ere;Do:You Stand, Mr. Citizen?
Membership Campaign October 23, 24, 25
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TERRIFIC BLAST IN ITALY KILLS 200.
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; . , Tb'edl Itlflti l hpniutxifnm KAHN TAILORING CO. fall peg eJ.
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The Kind of Clothes
v, -.; I J Fflilor wftA A care of the Fifth Avenue Tailor giving
Vv f.ifJ;-;7Pu'jl a style tffttcanW put inxlothes
USE MY STAIRSIT PAYS
. UPSTAIRS MEN'S SHOP
. ' 12 North Commercial Strttt
supply the demands of Salem peo
ple, who since the opening of the
new store, have, through their
heavy buying, caused a depletion
of the fall stocks. Through the
cooperation of her wholesalers,
Mrs. Solof says she has some won
der fill surprises for the. people of
Salem. .' .
The So'ofs attribute much of
the growth of their business; to
the phenominal growth of SaJera..
They will put on an anniversary
j rale some time in November.
Two hundrea were killed and seven hundred injured in a terrific blast of explosives at Port Fal
conora, Italy. This is the first picture received showing Santo Tere Zio, which looks like a bombed citj
after the explosion.
been a pillar of the people's Inter
ests and the center of the world's
"Good Fellow" Sunir
The proceedings began with the
customary British ritual for such
occasions, the singing of "For
he's a jolly good fellow." In ac
knowledging the vote of thanks
from the meeting, (Mr. Lloyd
"I have been very much en
couraged by thd kindness which
I have received Jn many quarters.
I have never in j the whole ot my
experience witnessed such a spec
tacle as the crowds at the stations.
which met me orA my way to
Leeds. I do not believe the peo
ple of this country will drder
their army at such a bidding Jre-
erring to the resolution of tho
Tnionists), and whatever happens
in the next tew weeks I cheerfully,
stake ny appeal on the people of
buyer, lias just returned from a
buying trip on which she visited
all the prominent market centers
of the Pacific coast, including
San Francitco and Seattle.
The merchandise purchased bji
Mrs. Solof includes many Oregon
made lines. Her purpose was to
That shipment of rugs you have been waiting to
see is here
OVER 75 PATTERNS
From which to choose. All sizes, styles and prices
VELVETS, VELVET WILTONS, ALL GRADES
AXMINSTERS and TAPESTRIES
A wonderful assortment of beautiful weaves at a
price you can afford to pay.
Use your credit at our store. Buy a rug on an easy
weekly, or monthly payment plan.
C. F. Giese Furniture Co.
. . . . Rotten Eggs Hurled
GLASGOW, Scotland, Oct. 2I.4-
The Dresent political tunaoU,! In
Great Britain was reflected in the
percntags at the rectorial elec
tion at Glasgow university this af
ternoon when Lord Birkenhead.
Unionist, was elected with 1,165
vntoa nvr Sir Johti Simon. Liber
al, ho received 530 votes and H.1
G. Wells, the novelist a the labor 1
candidate who received 3531
votes. ... v, ,, 4
In the course of the polling sev
eral free, fights occurred among
the students inihich flour, soot,,
rotten eggs; and decayed fish were
freely use's. . Several students
were jnjured. . ,
Will Not Merge 4 (
LONDON, Ocl. 21. By" tjie'f
Associated Press) The labor;
party will not merge itself into,';
new party' with other elements
united with Lloyd George, accord
ing to announcements made at la
bor party headquarters today. ,
"However, if Lloyd George
wishes to join our party we will
ba glad to cave, TiTm." was a re
mark made by the party spokes
SLUMBER PARTY ENJOYED
Miss Wanda Jean Heverlle" wa
the hostess for a week-end clum
ber party last night at her home
near Liberty. In the evening the
guests enjoyed ghost storlejr
around the fireplace, and light
refreshments were served. The in
vited guests were: Misses Flor
ence Buscb, .Fay ' Wassam, Jean
Shipp, Jennie May Hopper, Paul
ine Marnach, Leone Ferguson and
BY SPECIAL BOARD
(Con tinned from page 1.)
.traction and maintenance, city
bridges, $3995; installments .and
interest on bonds, $36,000; new
The budget committee was
made up of Oscar Price, S. M.
Endicott, W": .STeusloff, Dr. W. H.
Byrd, Louis. Aldrich, John Bayne,
B. B. Herrick, A. L. Fraser, Df.
E. E. Fisher, J. N.' Smith, Floriai
von Eschen, C. Van. Patton, FrW
Thielsen, George D. Alder in and
Dr. B. L. Steeves. 4
M RS. SOLOF R EJ41RNS
FROM PURCHASING TRIP
Mrs. Max Solof, of the People's
Cash Store, who has become ois-
mercially known as a master
GOOD PIA0 $ 1
Onlyj $5 down. $5 month :;
Wie are closlqg out our entire
present stock of Pianoa. Five
pianos for almost half praise.
$5 down buys any piano. Come
now, they, are going fast. !
See ad on page 3, Second section,
HALF PRICE 1.
Geo- C. Will clos'ng old nation
ally advertised line of phonb
rraphs. at halt price. $1 down,
$1 week up ...
See ad on page 3, second section.
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We have a complete line of every kind of shoe for men, women and chil
dren. All the large sizes, small sizes and narrow widths that are carried
in any complete shoe stock 6ft the Pacific coast. If you are at all hard to
fit come in now and get your size, so we can give you the advantage of
this large selection and complete line of sizes and widths.
For Men and Women. All styles
in black and brown, low
' One style men's Heavy Shoes
Loggers' Boots, both calked
and without calks. Packs, farm
shoes and the famous liergman
Dress Shoe. We carry a complete
line of all the lierjrman shoes. .
$7.00 to $17.00
Arch Preserver Shoes
This .is the best wearing shoe
and the most wonderful shoe for
tired feet ever produced for
ladies. Get a pair and stand on
your feet all day and forget
about your feet.
Oxfords . . . $9.00
Shoes . $10 and $12
Bail Band Rubber
For the Whole Family
We are exclusive agrents for
Ball Band hoots, packs, light rub
bers and sacks. Everything that
Ball Band carry.
If they do not wear twice as
long as other rubbers, we will
not charge you a cent.
$1 .00 to $7.00
For Men and Young Men
The new snappy styles as well
as the more conservative styles in
all leathers and all the new lasts
The best value -'onearth for '
. One Style Heavy Sole, $12.00
Witch Elk Boots
For Ladies and Men ,
High Top Boots, the most won
derful fitting boot on the market.
There is no equal where you want
something good that actually fits.
It is a pleasure to: walk all day
in these boots.
$12.00 to $15.00
RUBBER HEE DAY EACH WEDNESDAY ALL RUBBER HEELS PUT ON YOUR
SHOES FOR HALF-Sc BRING THEM IN ANY DAY FOR WEDNESDAY
Dr. Williams, expert foot special
ist Consultation free. Consult
him about your feet He removes
corns, treats bunions and fits arch
supports. ; AH foot troubles scien
,3Z6 State &-HrotoUxhBuAasX
The best repair work in the city.
We have put in all new machinery
and have the best man in the city.
Try us once. If it is not the best
repair work you ever had we will
not ask another chance.