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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 26, 1922)
Unity Church Olebrates ' '
'A play and entertainment, fol-
lnaut hv refreshments and t flo-
r. Ughtful social session, marked the
'i Christmas "festivities at Unitv
lcburch Saturday night. Channing
ball was about the gayest place in
a town tilled '; with many gay
U X nlace3. At the .close xf the even-
CMngSIr. Walter Denton, as spokes-
man fos. the congregation, pres-
; v'To Have aid
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"Do and Dare"
Two Reel' Comedy
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Can yon imagine ,Tom ,
:' with a monocle? .
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Vbr. JacV': r
His best ;uxpej;r 'Betr
; ter.than' .
J VGrandma,'s Boy"
Now playing 5th Week in
LADD & BUSH, BANKERS
.. . Estaollshed 1868 " --A-':
, Genera Banking Basiness
r; . Office Hears from 10 a. m. to 3 p. in; ,
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; viceable bank is one of the best
: y v teachers. ,
Why Not Open Yours Today t,,
; 1'The Bank That Service Buflt?.
Member Federal Beserve System
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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON
ented KeV.'and Mrs. Martin Fere
shetlan with a plump, well-filled
Christmas purse as one of their
substantial tokens of esteem.
Rev. Fereshetian has been, active
in so many public enterprises,
such as the- Chamber of Cbmmerc
drive, the .Willamette endowment
campaign, and many other, im
portant local helps, and his people
wanted to tell him how welt they
Dp. B. H. White
Announces the "Installation for
the practice of electronic reac
Dr. Albert Abrams 506 U. S. Na
tions as outlined and taueht by
tional Bank Bldg.- Adv.
Carols Sung by Student
A score of young people -from
the First Methodist church start
ed out at 5 o'clock Christmas
morning for a caroling expedition.
They visited the Old People's
home, the County Poor farm, the
Salem hospital and a number of
places whero there, are aged or in
valid people, singing Christmas
carols that brought cheer to hun
dreds of shut-ins.
Christmas Tree IFel
A Christmas ' tree decorated
right up to the handle was one of
the features of the Marion, hotel
Monday. If was staged In the
main lobby and made a brave
Worker Leve Town
The Statesman editorial and
news Torce practically deserted
Salem to its fate, for Christmas.
Stephen A. . Stone, city editor,
spent the day in Portland, as did
Stanley Elsman, reporter. Mis3
Marguerite Gleeson, society edit
or visited. Sunday and Monday in
Salem Bargain, House
Buys and sells. new and second
hand furniture and toels. We
also buy all kinds of bides and
junk. " Highest cash prices paid.
320 X. Commercial Phone 492
WANTED AU kinds of
Poultry Buttei, 'Veal, Mutton,
' Y w v '-'' i 1
rorK ana Jjeei, live or aressea
every day this week.
People's Meat Market
155 N. Liberty St: Phone 994
by buyiDff your Hardware and
furniture at The Capital Hard-
VXnnmerCiai &C s iriione
. T OB GIFTS THAX LAST
5 Diamonds, Watches,
Jewelry and Silverware.
.Phone 1255, Salem, Oregon
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attain it must know,.
to "Swim." ' '
OF COAL "
we put In your' cellar means
just so muck coatCort-. Every
lump win be a beat producer,
not a single piece of slate-or
tone In the entire load. Why
pay for the latter when tor the
same money yeu can-get '-all'
coal by ordering aere?-' Alee
nanaie briquettes ana wooa.
Portland. "Jimmy" Reed, proof
reader, also was a Portland vis
itor. Hu'.lding Is Lea.sed
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Corn, who
established and for three years
conducted the "Good Eats" res
taurant on South Commercial, has
leased the building at 156 South
Commercial, until recently occu
pied by the late Mr. Gilbert, and
is installing a new and modern
restaurant therein. He was in
Portland last week to buy a new
range and full house equipment,
whicLi he hopes to have installed
by the middle of next week, ready
for service. The restaurant occu
pies only one half of the building,
which has been partitioned off
into two ground floor rooras.The
Corns went down to California
Home time ago, but returned tot
Salem in the belief that it is about
the best place to invest in that
they have found.
Social Session Fixed
The local branch of the tele
phone employes' association is to
have Its regular social session at
the Chamber of Commerce audi
torium Saturday evening at 8
o clock. This Is a regular month
ly event, with a literary and tele
phone program and genuine eats.
Only telephone workers are elig
ible for membership, but there are
sure enough , of them, and lively
enough, to make their meetings
real social events.
Will bring you
s buyer. Adr.
Ten IVaeky Men
Ten men who thought they were
out of luck Christmas eve were
regular pampered pets of fortune.
First they found a good dry bed
in the city hall and then the Sal
vation Army scouts came with 10
tickets to 10 sumptuous Christmas
chicken dinners for use on Mon
day. Men who hadn't any more
Jobs than a canary bird, or any
more money than a dog has use
than there are icicles In the main
i stokehold In hades, slept soundly
Iflnrl ofn lavlahl 1 ill
iU. .Kn iu
Returns From California-
Lee 1j. Gilbert, who has been
in California for several weeks,
Xo Meetinz Today-
There is to -be. no meeting
and luncheon for the Kiwanls
voted to pass , oyer the Christ-
I mas New Tear's week and dine
at home for onco. The next I
meting will be held In January,
when, the new. officers will be I
Students Invited Out
A larre number of the away-
from-home Willamette students
who . were marooned in Salem
through the Christmas holidays,
were invited out to various
homes of the city Monday, for
about the most enjoyable Christ
mas dinners of their lives. It
the enrollment doubles in the
next two or three years, as it
promises to do with the big en
dowment fund secured for the
bigger university, there's going
to txu ft busy time at holidays
to find .Christmas homes for ail
these homeless lads and lassies.
f- Get tbem At .The Statesman of-
llce. CaUiog on application.-
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Cbrjkvtmas. Is not exactly a
universal .holiday,; Jn the post-
office, eWorld, though the postal
HIEST -Cyril? Hunt- died at a
: local hospital 4 December 2 4 .
"l 1 040 i a. A A n m at thA
g.of,:2 years. He is sur
vived , by .parents, Mr. and
Mra. DaTlci 'Hunt of Portland,
and .'three- brothers, John D
Linns. ' find. Firman, all
Portland. Body was sent
.Webb & Clough to Portland
LEQRANDE R. M. Legrande
passed away at a local hos
nltal December 25, 122 at
SiOO n: m. MfT Legrande;
was about 35 years old. and
:is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Ella Legrande. Body Is
stlWehh &:. Clourt's and will
. be sent to Portland or burial.
Rigdon '& Son's
V Unequaled Service
' ' Leading Fcrcnl
- mm i ti I h 1 t i b
AMV?f: H ..iJjrL 1 nnViill flHUUlM luesday r ;
employes usually haTf so -much
to do that they do not . get it
all done and it might lpofc 1-k
most liter a holidarit the eport
who expects fb see two anltprp
fierTltors and a gaily caparison
ed trutk come a-prancing tip to
hU door with the letter that
he expected and mcSt likely
wasn't ever even written. They
did deliver mail. Monday, right
in the heart of other people's
Christmas festivities. In Port
land, one delivery was made
and that was to take lf hoars
to make, it was so staggeringly
large. The break-down of the
Santa Claus Reindeer line has
thrown a vast burden on tfco
postal service, and they haven't
enough men to keep up with the1
peak load. The rush will be
partly relieved today, and nor
mality, is expected to prevail
from now on.
TROUBLED WITH WEAK
Have been troubled with weak
kidneys since childhood," writes
Mrs. Q. Hyde, Benwmia, Michi
gan. "Now past forty and have
had terrible backache and that
tired out feeling, hardly able to
tlo my work. By using Foley Kid
Bey Pills accompanied with Foley
Cathartic Tablets I soon felt like
a new person." Backache, rheu
matic pains, dizziness and blurred
vision are symptoms of kidney
trouble. Foley Kidney Pills give
quick relief. Adv.
Methods of Some Banks
Criticized by Mr. Meyer
WASHINGTON, Dec. 25. The
practice of some banks in adver
tising that they are neither mem
bers of the federal reserve system
nor they use its rediscounting fa
cilities, is criticised as injurious
4o the public Interest by Eugene
Meyer, managing director of the
war finance corporation, in a let
ter to J. II. Pulicher, president of
the American Bankers associa
tion. Mr. Meyer, urged in the letter
which is made public tonight that
the bankers' association take
prompt steps with a view to stop
ping the practice.
"Such banks," the letter says,
"are by no means in all cases the
strongest banks, although they
seek to increase their standing
and reputation by, such state
never has before
and never will again
buy such lovely
Presses. It is only
an institution such
as the People's Cash
Store that can af
ford such supreme
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Some were $19.50, $22.50
While the selection and choice of these fine
. garments is varied and large still we advise
you to be among the firstthe best always go
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FOB THE III H
The Paper Mill
Received a Welcome Visit
from Santa Claus
Who is your neighbor? The
man next door. or. in the next
block? Or the man at the other
end of town, or In the net town.
or away out on a farm? Or per
haps away off in China?
That .question was raised on an
historic, occasion, and the answer
was made in a parable. - You all
remember that. You know what
kind of a neighbor the Good Sa
Well here is a man on the next
block from the Statesman office,
who has been keeping watch
around these premises for nearly
foar years it will bo four years
And, while he has passed this
Way many- times every twenty-
& -" of bead or chest at more essay
S trotted extarnally witt
CVr 17 Million Jart Used Yeatlg
All kinds- of junk and
second-hand goods. We
pay full value.
215 Center Street
Every Size is Represented in This Array of
See the :
100 feet,; of our most
valuable window display
space on Court street has
been given1 over to 'this
four hours; he was not known to
the writer till last night. ,
tlmleftil Kmtilt f lr-r Milt
His name is T. J. Crawford, lie
Is the night watchman for the - he can usfe It, tor since coming to days or bo. and will oo& b rBll
paper mill. He climbs mi leu of 5 Salem four vears'afro in Febru-!ntag : wi-
stairways every night, and he
(peers into every nook and corner.
iand if there
or near there
up into the next block.
Crawford knows about it.
And he is Scoth-Iriah, and if
any one wants to start anything
he is ready to help finish it. He
would not be a decent representa
tive of his stock on either side K
he were not.
But Mr. Crawford came to see ,
the Statesman editor last night
to tell him that all of the nearly !
200 employees of the Oregon Pulp !
& Paper company are grateful for
their Christmas present
For Santa Claus. in the persons
of the managers of the paper mill,
including Mr.- Beyerl atd Joe Kas
ter, gave their employees two
days of extra pay for the month
Until ome one is sick in
your home. Get your
Hot Water Bottle
at once and then you will
PRICES FROM $1.00 UP
175 N. Commercial St.
A Forceful After-Christmas Event
Some were $25.00, $27.50
The new sleeves, the new lengths, the long
drapes these are the outstanding features
of this wonderful collection of Dre3ses. Bet
ter still, see them in our window.
of December, for their Christmas
preseBt. - ... " ,
1st the ce of MrCrawtord. aa
the said. It was -eight bucks." and ,
' ar he has had some tough luck, j
.Including the loss by the grim
sreaper of his good wife.
V- fr4I.wrr imlni
And so for Mr, Crawford the
(Steps he must
j will be easier.
climb eaca night
for he knows his
bosses think of him and feel for
; him. And he declares this Is the
spirit throughout the forces of the
ibig and growing institution
And they are all proud of their
WORLD'S CREATEST UEAVCKEK
tU icmy' BAKING POWDER
... ftgs g. Winter
But those who have
experienced the intense
discomfort occasioned by
poor eyesight can appre
ciate what it means to
sec tire relief from eye
strain. COME TO US.
OPTICAli CO. .
101-5 Oregon Bldg
Oregon's Largest Optical
Phone 239 tor appointment
High Grade Apparel.
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less. The values
low that we feel
you will agree will
We Will Hold
Deposits will be taken
on any Dress on sale, a
small amount of money
will keep it for you.
corapany.-aad they are very gl4
that the machinery for thenar
addition ,lo the mill la now arrl'f-
fng; Jand will all be here itn fte
So there wll be lot more mtn
looking for Santa Claiia -doai
ther next Chrlstma ;
And It Will IIKeiy D
Christmas time in the future that
will .not find still more :ea nd
women down there.
H. Steinbock Judt Co.'
We pay high price if or
Hides and Furs
402 N. Coml Phot 623
Tlwt I Ate Shopper Chane
In order to clean .np : a
few lines, we offer the fol
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IloxM Stationery at & price
Leather Purses at V& price
Children's hooka at H P'1
Mahogany nut bowls at
Gift blotters and norelttes
at half price. .
Rather than carry oTr
large stock ot X mas Greet
ing cards we will Bell these
out in any quantity at
price. It will pay you to lay
in your "next year's 'supply
and make 100' percent
Of the day'war;''
be this jjreat sale of v.
Ladies' high grade ;
Dresses without any --
doubt the ' "greatest '
and most . elaborate J
" shovirig of new fall
and . e a r 1 y..springv
styles ever before
displayed on sale at
are immense, the prices so
the garments themselves as
shout the greatness of thb '
X25 North High. Phone $1 Lli y 1
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