The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, December 31, 1922, Page 6, Image 6

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Yi M. C.: A.. Offers Elaborate
Program of Athletic
and Social Events '
The annual "open house" for
the Salem Y. f. c. a i. k
. m w W W fcV
i neld on New Year's dar, when all
the friends of the association are
t ' vrged to attend and see some of
the thlnjstho "Y" Is doing.
iWhlle ltlsHhe'to?a themselves
who put on most of the show, it
. W largely for the benefit of the
parents, the outside friends,
;, those who want to be or ought to
be friends of the boys and their
-. association home; and the Invlta
, tion Is made most urgent for all
, . .who are Interested, to attend.
' Saturday A number of the boys
. lat In most of the day, . decor
'. ating the place for the annual
; holiday.' . They hare not been
; able to make the grimy old shell,
'i with it worn and 'creaky floors,
i into a new and modern structure,
; ! but ther hata,4. added many a
touch of beauty that will make It
very attractive. The boys at
; Vorn were, Douglas Brown, Paul
f Derers, William and Ralph Pip
I perell, Raymond Sanford, Har
vey Brocks Dean Kennedy. How
- ard Waters. Silas Fletcher and
i MarHn Muellhaupt, ,,r.v - -j,
jThs New Year's -program 1
her given in full: , ,;-
0 a; m. Hare ; and - hounds
r caase,VforalK)oygM under. J 6
, years, starting from the Y. M. C.
K. -
-2:30 Music In lobby," orches
tra. -m-- ,'..i -
z:4& In gym. - t Free hand
drill, .march, dumbells, .mass
games. ..
3:45 Basketball: 1, Day Jun
iors ms. Night Juniors. 2. Thun
der bolts vs Lion Tamers. Z. Se
lected. 4:15 Swimming pool. Y. W.
C. A. Mermaids. '
6:15 In lobby. Music and
songs. Various selected num
bers. 7 : 00 Basketball. Tumbling
Midgets ts Chemawa.
7:15 Willamette instrumen
tal trio: Avery Hicks, cello; Del
bert Moore, violin; Lowell Beck
endorf, piano.
, 7:30 Wrestling, boxing, high
bar, tumbling; two pairs of box
ers and two pairs of wrestlers
from Chemawa Indian school,
tmong others.
8:15 Basketball. Teams from
Commercial aBsketball league:
Bettef-Yet Bread champions vs
All Star.
9:15 Men's swimming meet.
9i30 In lobby, general liter
ar yand musical entertainment,
Willamette students, directed by
Roy Skeen. Humorous sketch,
Milton Gralapp and Virgil Ander
son. Reading, Roy Skeen. ; Vocal
solo, Edward Warren. Reading,
Leland Chapin.
Refreshments served afternoon
and evening by the Women's
Auxiliary, Mrs. J .B. Littler,
president; refreshments in
charge of Mrs. Curtis C. Cross,
chairman of committee.
LONDON. Dec. 19. 'King
George has definitely announced
his intention of fitting out the
famous yacht "Britannia" for
racing next year.
S El
Bigamist Given Year's Sen
tence in Penitentiary;
Witty is Paroled
The house and; senate ad
journed over New j Year's
until Wednesday, j
; The house completed .con
sideration of the. annual
postofflce appropriation bill,
carrying 1584.614,000. t
The treasury through .Sec
retary Mellon endorsed be- ,
fore ' the senate banking
committee the Capper, agrl
cultural credits bUl. -;
A supplemental appropria
tion of $6,500,000 was re
vested by President Hard
ing for modernization of
." . The senate passed the
$325,000,000 t i naval appro
priation; bill -without . the s
'BoraU economic conference '
amendment butt with;.; the",
house "provision1 nrglriff
further I 4naval limitation
The first annual confer
ence or senior circuit judges,
called to discuss the condi
tion of business in federal
courts and adopt means to
relieve congestion ad
journed. Upon the basis of figures
covering Canadian trade,
officials r emphasized asser
tions, that the new tariff
' law "had caused no cessation
in the flow of imports in
to the United States.
The interstate commerce
commission notified the sen
ate that approximately forty .
railroads in the United
Statea -hava . earned more
; than six per cent a fair re-,
turn . standard set by the
-transportation-act. J?
For the privilege of having two
wives at one time. Louis Hollweg
will spend one year in the peni
tentiary, according to the sen
tence of Judge Percy Kelly yesterday.-
Hollweg pleaded guilty
to bigamy, having married Mary
Black while yet the husband of
Gertrude Hollweg.
Other cases coming before
Judge Kelly yesterday included
that of Fred Battel, who pleaded
not guilty to a charge of burglary.
Sam Witty, who pleaded guilty
to "forgery was given a sentence
of one year and paroled by Judge
Lewis Mathews, charged with
larceny at the home of Mrs. Paul
Bradley at Silverton, pleaded
guilty and will be sentenced next
Saturday. M. N. Crow, who is
accused of assaulting Roy Row
land, a taxi driver, wa sarraigned
but elected to plead next Tuesday.
William P. Clemens, charged
with forgery, entered a plea of
not guilty and his trial will be
held next Saturday, Others
against whom true bills were re
turned by , the Marion county
grand jury and are yet to be ar
raigned, are Alfred H. Berg,
charged with unlawfully connect-j
ing a pipe to a gas main; William
L. Bryant, charged with indecent
exposure; Paul Schindler, charg
ed with wanton damage to milk;
Martin Dietrick, charged witi
rape; James W. Rozell, charged
with larceny; Wayne Dimick and
Ernest Crabtree charged with as
sault and battery; B. A. Cain,
forgery; and Clarence Clement,
Dr. Poling cam first to Salem
in 1884" and preached on Liberty
street at that time. Having spent
more than SO years in the Wil
lamette valley, Dr. Poling and his
family left during the war for
Pennsylvania. For three years
he was in Pittsburg and was then
elected presiding elder and
moved to Johnstown, Penn..
where he has since been located.
"We are glad to be back in
Salem," Dr. Poling "said last
night. "It is a long time since I
have been here for more than a
short time. I will be here until
the spring conferences at least,
and it is hoped that we will be
able to effect a union of the three
Evangelical churches here."
Dr. and Mrs. Poling came to
the coast by the southern route,
stopping for a time with their
son, Dan A. Poling, who is active
ly associated with the National
Christian Endeavor work. A
younger son. a junior at Worsted
college, is just now with his bro
ther in Arizona. Dr. Poling says
that the younger son .will prob
ably enter Willamette university
for his senior year next fall.
. Dr. and Mrs. Poling stopped
for a time in Riverside, Califor
nia for a visit with Dr. Poling's
sister. Dr. D. V. Poling, pastor
of the First Presbyterian church
in Albany, is a brother of Dr.
Dr. and Mrsu Poling are guests
at the home of Rev. and Mrs. G.
L. Lovell on North Winter street..
Aivin Owsley, National Head
Will be Here Next Fri
dayPlan Dinner
Alvin M. Owsley, national
commander of the American Le
gion, is to be tha guest of Cap
ital Post No. 9 of Salem, Fri
day, January 5.
Commander Owsley is out for
a tour of the whole country,
and is to give his personal at
tention to as many important
or backward posts, as -his time
will allow. Salem is one of the
big ones on his program. He is
to be tendered a public recep
tion, probably a plate dinner at
the Marion, where a large num
ber of those Interested can have
the pleasure of meeting him.
The new national commander
is an attorney, a graduate of the
Texas state university, and lives
at Denton. Texas. He is in the
law business with his father. He
attended the Virginia Military
Academy as a boy. getting a
good start for an army life. He
was a member of the Texas leg
islature, before the war, the
youngest member In, the history
Rev. C. C. Poling Comes to
Assume Charge of Cot
tage Street Church
Dr. C. C." Poling, who will be
the new pastor -of the Cottage
Street Evangelical, church, with
Mrs. Poling arrived- In Saiem last
night Dr. Poling- will preach at
the Cottage, street church today1, !
Our Best Wishes for a
Happy arid Prosperous
New Year
of - the state. He! iah rated as aa
eloquent speaker, and his organ
izing ' genius brought 1 him a
major's commission is the World
Capital post is to put on a
drive for a 100 per cent member
ship of all the World war Tet
eranse In the' Salem district, and
Commander CwSley's coming is
considered peculiarly opportune
to start the movement.
Classified Ads. in The
Statesman Bring Results
TO 1 00
The annual "Week of Prayer,"
is to be observed, in Salem
churches, all sext week, the first
week of the new year. This Is
coming to be a national custom In
church circles,-and - the Salem
churches are joining forces ' to
make the movement a local suc
cess.. - . ...i..
On (Monday night the first ser
vice will bo held at the First Ea
tist church, with Ret. Blaine 2
Kirkpatrick in the pulpit. Tl
Wednesday, sight , meeting . la tJ.
the Congregational church, wi;
Rev. Ward Willis Long in chart-
On Thursday night, Rer,'. W. t
Mlllikea is to speak at the Fir
Presbyterian church; aud
W. Kantner is in charge: for U.
Friday night services at the Fir?
Methodist church. ' :a j . , .
All the evanroiical churches t
the city are joining In these se
Tfas, as an -introduction 4o c
general, church revival moveme:
that most of them will carry, t
later "during tfieV winter. j
m com : v':
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Uur Neyf, Sanitary, Modern
Up-to-Date Plant bh
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And are now. properly equipped to handle our Milk and Cream in
the most sanitary up-to-date manner possible
Our milk and cream comes from
Tuberculin Tested Cows r.
We pasteurize and deliver twice daily, thereby delivering to our ;
customers, milk twelve hours fresher than would be possible if . we
pasteurized only pnee daily. You are 'inviteoV to inspect our plant ;
at any time, in fact, we would consider it a privilege to have you
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Phone 316 and Give Us a Trial
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Resular $160 2 inch ,
beds .(any color), itow
' .r.i.." r.n v..-$ 1 2.5 0
Rcglar $15.00 - Inch
Beds, (any color), now 1
Rejtilar $10.00 1 1-i inch beds (any color), now ... $7.75
Rcgular'$1230Tli2 inch beds (any color), now $9.75
Regular $32.00 Wood Beds (Ivory and Walnut) $19.00
Regular $50.00 Four Poster .Mahogany, Walnut or Ivory $29.00
Regular $40.00 to $60.00 Napoleon Beds $15.00 to $25.00
Odd Beds (decorated)
$15.00 to $20.00
$33.00 Heater, like
cut ...... ..... ..... ..$24
$27 Heater ......... 1
$22 Heater.. .. .... ..$19,
$18.75 Heater ........$16
$4.50 Air Tight - v
Heaters .:.:.;3.25
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CROWDS' ARE thronging t&our stores, taking advantage
Mattress Specials
$18.00 50 lb. Cotton Mattress
$15.00 25 lb. Cotton Mattress $10.75
$12.00 40 lb. Cotton Mattress $9.50
$18.00 35 lb. floss Mattress $12.95
$15.00 25 lb. floss Mattress $9.75
RCjular $6.75 Sanitary Couch Pad, now $4.95
Regular $42.50 Desk
Library Table $28.00
Regular $40.00 Jacobean
, Library Table $26.95
Regular $45.00 Queen Ann
Library Table $33.00
Regular $27.0a Golden Wax
Library Tahl $29 OO
Regular $22.00 Golden Wax Librarv Table " 17.50
Regular $18.00 Golden Wax Library Table ...$14.00
The Famous $10.00
During this sale,
jno electricity
but with all the
t 4 ,
$95 to $130
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Kitchen Utensils
25 Per Cent Off
Aluminum Ware
25 Per Cent Off
$115 Estate Range,
now. $75.00
$110.00 &ef Enamel -Range
. ;.$75.00
$95.00 Steel Range $65.00
$65 Sted Range ....$48.00
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Dishes, Glassware and
20 per cent off
'..,4 i'
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$170 Frosted Brown Chair ..$12.50
$30.00 Frosted Browo Chair .$20.00
$22.00 ivory Chair, ndw .... ....::.r.:..$14.85
9x12 Velvet Rugs, with fringe J
9x12 Axminster Rugs
9x12 Tapestry Rugs, priced...........
9x12 Tapestry Rdgs, only z...
9x12 Wool Fiber Rugs .
9x12 Wool Fiber Rna
Smaller Rugs as cheaplis ......
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:$250 i
60c Wizard
and Plex
$1.50 Mops $1.25 Mops
$1.15 90c
. $1.00 Mops : :
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