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.Lausanne Conference Lead
:ers Adjourn Until Tues
day Hope, Still Held
V LAUflANSHT.befr. 2J.(By the
Associated? Press, The Near
East conference haa taken a brief
Cnmtmas recee untfl Tuesday
afternoon and there - la general
hope among the delegates, that the
two days respite' will .aid the con
ference leaders In finding paths of
wisdom and' progress. :
rt- .Parley- Golag Backwards ' '
Christmas week, has set the con
ference.Back rather than forward;
even the problem of the' straits
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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
which., aeemed on the-; tttfee )l 'a
8atlJactory,etUemen.t was vlacad
in peril. A new ultimatum from
the Turks that if they could not
obtain their desires on several
points especially with reference
to a non-aggression pact in favor
of Turkey they would not accept
International control for the pass
age of warships, has preveented
settlement of the straits question.
The Lausanne big four Cur
son, Barrere, Oarroni and Ismet
Pasha, are trying to find a solu
tion outside the conference hall.
The entente statesmen have said
Turks Hold Oat
"We will giro you your guaran
tee of non-aggression 'but such a
pact will obligate the powers to be
responsible that you will not be
attacked; therefore, glre your In
ternational commission Jurisdic
tion not only over the passage of
ships through the straits but also
orer the tones of demilitarization.
Responsibilities Implies authority
to prevent disaster." But the
Turks say that foreign supervision
orer Turkish tones would violate
There are other great confer
ence difficulties capitaulations
and customs tariffs and the latter
may never be settled at Lausanne.
With respect to capitulations,
which the Turks desire''to be rid
of the allies and the United States
are taking a firm attitude. They
lack confidence In the Turkish Ju
diciary and would be loath to
have their citizens tried In purely
Turkish courts. The issue is
sharp and clear and a solution of
thfs vital problem has not yet
Election of Officers
Is Postponed by Club
SILVERTON, Ore.. Dee: 23.
(Special to The Statesman) The
election of the Community club
Officers which! Was supposed to
take place Friday night, was post
poned to a later date. An ad
vertising committee has been
chosen and It has been decided to
advertise the club more widely In
order to bring out more old and
new members' to the club meet
ings. E. F. Ghormley and Alvin
Uobart has been placed In charge
of the advertising.
From This Store Comes
We Wish You a Merry Christmas w
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A Happy New Year
Evangelist Frederick J. Betts of
New York City, who on November
9 began a 4.0-day meeting which
haa been running nearly seven
weeks In the W. C. T, U. hall and
during the past week in the arm
ory, from the very first, interest
Holy Spirit was manifest and
Increased and the preaencse of the
Soula were saved, Christians bap
tized with the Holy Spirit, and
miracles, and wonderful cases of
healing were wronght. A large
number were baptized at the bap
tismal service held in the First
Christian church Thanksgiving
night and there are many more
candidates for the baptismal ser
vice Christmas (Monday) night,
which wll be held at the same
church. The presence of power of
God have been so manifested that
It seems utterly impossible for
anyone who has the least con
ception of the word of God, or
knows church history, to doubt
this work or call It anything else,
but Bimllar work done by Wesley-Whitefleld-Finney-Moody,
great Welsh revival some years
These services have been held
under the auspices of the Chris
tian and Missionary alliance. Rev.
A. B. Simpson founder, and have
been held In the armory the past
week, but will be every Friday
and Sunday afternoon and evening
in W. C. T. U. hall.
H. E. Caswell and wife are. the
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SILVERTON. Ore.; Dec. 23.
(Special to The Statesman)
Miss Lulu Goplerud has returned
from aPrkland, Wash., where she
has been attending college.
Walter Rosheim is again at Sil
verton after spending several
months in California. .
The Silverton community
Christmas tree is now illumin
ated every night and will he dur
ing the holidays. The commun
ity Christmas program will take
place Christmas day at 5 o'clock.
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ion bib si
Total is Over Six Millions,
According to Latest Sum
A summary issued by the ex
service men's state aid commis
sion at the close of business
Ftrra City Total
Benton - IS
Harov - "
Hood RWer : -- 2H
I.aka - - '
in- ... 55
I.inruln ... . 1
Tilljmook , Is
I n ion J 5
V.mhill : -...J. 37-
BUt Total 8i5 K..V2 245
BaJance partial payments not paul -
(Partial payments on boiWmg loans
yet to be advancul l.y ron.jnission) -
Ir and Mrs. Milton Tostrnd
have returned to Silverton for the
hnli.tavs. Mr. Tostrud i3 helping
out in the Woolen Mills store dur
ing the holiday rush.
Rndd Bentson of the Bentson
grocery etore Is seriously 111 at the
Thrust Upon Silverton
SILVERTON, Ore., Dac 22-
(SDecial to The Statesman) Sil
verton main street had a real
Christmas appearance Friday
nizht as the transformer burned
out and the storekeeers were
forced to resort to candles and
lamna. All oi the windows were
illuminated with candles, making;
a beautiful showing among the
, FOLLIES OP DYING RICH
A man who dies poor can pretty
well count on goins into family,
annals as a pretty fine sort, not
so much because of his own char
acter atnd fecbJevementa as he-
cause of natural human vanity.
It is only human to give other
people the idea that we arte des
cended from very admirable stock,'
so, though, a man's children' may
only refer, to him ait a poor but
honeBt parent immediately after
his1 demise, as time goes on his
virtues, in so far as they are re
lated to others, will increase con
siderably. And by the time his
grandchildren get around to tell
ing about him- he will have ac
quired Just about as full a set of
admirable points as any man
But we have had plenty of evi
dence in recent will contests to
show that with men who die rich
it is likely to be very different.
A man may work hard, accum
ulate a fortune and pads away a
WIFE OF COMMANDER.
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Lady Harlngttn. wife of tbe
commander of tbe Jritisb forces
in Constantinople. She is ; the
daughter of Drig.-Cen. O'Donel
Col ley Gratton and married r.wUL
Gen. Sir Charles Harihgton la
1904. ; .
or November 30 shows a total
of I6.1S6.160 loaned under' the
stale bonus and loan act, this
representing a total of 24f5
The loan are on farm
property and 1652 on city prop
erty, and the financial aggro
gate is 12,088.600 on farm prop
erty and $4,07,5yO on city
Partial payments on bunlding
loans yet to be advanced by
the commission . total only 11,
S4S. 50, this being on city prop
erty. By counties the total of farm
and city loans and the aggregate
iof both are as follows:
1 oo,; 00
seemingly much respected citizen.
But hardly have the echoes of the
funeral oration died away when
some one of hig heirs bobs up and
asserts, in court, that he was un
deniably crazy. Then another
heir or two come forward with
startling evidence tbat tbe man
we thought so much of led a
highly, improper life and -was
unduly influenced by intriguing
women or he certainly would have
left a far different, will.
And by the time it's all fought
out in court there isn't much left
of either the man's fortune or hU(
So what's the use?
Dearborn Station Will
Be Rebuilt, is Claim
CHICAGO, Dec. 22. The Dear
born street railroad station, partly
destroyed by fire yesterday, will
SUNDAY JMORNING. DECEMBER 21922
be repaired and will; be nsed. again,
by all eight . roads which have
made U their terminal for years
past, President H. O. Hetzler of
the Chicago- and Western Indiana
railroad, owners of the property,
announced today. The repair work
will be started at.once, it was said.
Presfdent Johnson Sends
Nasty Letter to Mr. Lieb
CHICAGO. JDee. 21 By the
Associated Press) President
Johnson of the American league
in a letter tonight to President F.
G. Lieu of the New York Baseball
Writers' association after stating
that baseball official scorers in
many cases are grossly lacking in
efficiency and responsibility, ad
vised the Baseball Writers' asao-
MERRY XMAS TO YOU AND YOURS
While many friends on Christmas day
day send greetings good and true
Just letus add to all they say
Our own sincere
Tyler Drug Co.
157 South Commercial Street. Phone 35
A Mery Christmas to
tTS CHRISTMAS TIME again, the time of
greetings and gifts from friend to friend. To
each and everyone of our many patrons, we ex
tend our cordial remembrance and our best wish
es for the coming year;' . ' : '
SALEM HARDWARE CO.
"The Winchester' Store" ,
May Christmas carry to you and yours the greatest
abundance of joy and prosperity that your -life
has ever known:
DOUGHTON & MARCUS
- Hardware, Paints and Oils
286 Xorth Commercial Street
We Wish You a
Very Merry Christmas
E. L. Baker
A. S. Campbell
Glen P. Schneider
Mary K. Miles
Mrs. L. M. Goode
Mrs. Ida Williams
Iona M. Wells
Mrs. Ida Bohrer
Mrs. Geo. Richmond
Leta BL Bbyes
elation. to' pnt their owtj bon.se It?
order before sending, "scurrilous
and questionable complaint i an
th Ty Cobb hit controversy. '-
Typhoid Death Rate in
34 States Shows Increase
WASHINGTON. Dec. 22. The
typhoid, death rate increased from
7.S per 100 thousand of popula
tion in 1920 to nine in 1921 In
the death. registration area, which
comprises 34 states-and 82 per
cent of the population of the Unit
ed States, the census bureau an
nounced today. ' The number of
deaths reported from this cause
totalled more than. SOOO.
Tin? states which reported de
clines in 1921 were California.
Connecticut. Maine. Michigan,
Mrs. II. N. Harris
Mrs. Grace White
Mollie Pearmine ;
Florence Walsh u
A. A. Graber
J. M. Larsen 1
Mrs. L. E. Given
Geo. Richmond -Lucy
Mrs. Dwight Wyatt
B. C. Lieuallen
Montana, Kevr Hampshire, North
Carolina, Vermont and Washltif.
ton. - - -t '-s-i '
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Read the Classified Ads.
We Wish You AH f
A Merry 1
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