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THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1, 192 3.
4 -. -r m
01fF .JViTS IN
Calendar Kept .
The Salem library Is keeping
a, tile of V the bills of both the
- senate and the house- and the
calendar - of both houses on a
special table. Those Interested
, may f easily' consult them there.
An Interesting exhibit now ' fit
tne library 7 is a large ? portrait
of Dr. " Owens-Ada'r and ' copies
! her books oa eugenics.
Sedgwick "Post will attend the
funeral of Comrade Henry Pasco
at RIgdon's parlors Friday, Feb
; . ruary 2, at 2 o'clock. By orders
Albert ' Loughrldge, Adjutant.
Fined gift . 1 ' . ' ' .
1 Albert West who was arrested
Tuesday for not possessing a
driver's license appeared before
Judge ch E. Unrnh In 'the Jus
tice court yesterday and was
fined $10. f
Fire red-hot fights at Armory,
8:S0. Adv. v
LvS. Eastman was arrested
for speeding yesterday at the
rate of 40 miles per hour and
was (fined $15 la the Justice
court. , -. .v
Hi-rrade cblcka for less at
Needhams, 668 Btat street. Or
der early. AdT.
Accfcfcvit -. ; , ' ,
.J. EdJger of Dallas while go-
Ing . East on. Center street yes-tarday-
raniato l. R. Applegate
v .of "14 75 Jprth Commercial, who
! was, goifigj South on Commercial,
i Slight Aama&a was done. 'j ; j '
i J AnrtlonvSale ""-'
AI o'clock Saturday; at Stiffs
auction bouse. Liberty and Court
, St. Adr;, ; t
V.1' Sleepers -y-::". i:.J
TJie following were given beds
r- " at the station- last; night: F.
; Upscombe, : P. Ireland'. . V John
Rasb, W. Stonev I. Walker.
-v Collide ; . - .
' Rollo Axley o, SlWerton re
rj. ported that while pulling away
.from the- curb in. front of the
" Fpa restaurant last night he eol
l lided with C. H. ; Parker of Port
by tzjizs your tkrdwr find
' furrlturt3 at Ti3 Capita Hcrd-
,vrare & Fraxitsrra Ox, 235 No.
1 , Diraonda, 7atehes,
Jewelry aad EUye-rwara. .
Phoni 1255," .;&&leia, Oregon
Cxkn AnbI-nca Ccrvica
' Day er TJIlit
173 8, liberty St.
C4!cti . ' ; T ' ' r ; Ore.
A3 SIsdi cf and
- - "
215 Ccstsr Ctrtt
Ai:0TIIZ.1 CAR 0?
. jyst Arrived
t Oet our prices,' you win
- '. .' tare money;
.400 N. Conn St. Phone 630
LADD & BUSH, BANKERS
' CSeaeral CanSdsi; Cuxlneg ;
Ottlct hcura frca 10 a. ra to 8 p.
ltnd who ' was going East on
Commercial Btreet; -
KfacDonaCTa j Fanner Almanic
At Tylerg Drag Store. adv
Anto Rob Stolen
P. A. Jerman of 1924 Water
street reported last night that
one brown mixed auto robe was
stolen from . his car.
Fitted at Tylert Drug Store by
an expert In the baslnesa. adr.
Jack Cafe! . v .
ICS S. Com. St. A good place to
eat. Tahlea and counter. Adr,
Harry Hart of route 8 report
ed that as : he was going Iforth
on High street he was struck by
Chris. Ringwald who was going
East on Ceater Btreet. r M'nor
A Classified AJ '
Will bring yon buyer. i.dr.
Dog IXMt , . ..' .
Mrs. P. M. Hill o 1955
Twenty-fourth street ; lost a i tan
Shepherd i pup yesterday named
Bob.-; He was reported t& hare
a whlta rlhg ' around his neck.
Boxing Tonight i 4 ? ' ;
V Fire red-hot fights at Armory,
Extra good range, beater, fur
niture, rugs, draperies, etc., this
Friday, Feb. 2nd, 1:30 p. ml at
11.35 Shipping: St., near N. Sum
mer St. - See front - page, sec
ond section for. particulars. F.
N. Woodry, auctioneer. Adr.
A . marriage license was Issued
to Charles Harbon McClaine and
Iroy Mar Roth in the county
clerk's office, yesterday. : Botn
are of Salem. , i
Drs. Helslcy C neislejr
, PractlcJonera- of 5. Osteopathy
and : Electrlonio Reactions or
Abrama at tba Sllrerto& Sanl
tarium, Sllrerton, Oregon Adr.
JLosranbrrry Sleeting' Held
An organization meeting of
the loganberry growers of the
Middle OroTeL was held1 in their
district Wednesday night. Pres-
laent H.jH.vMumford of the gen
eral loganberry growers associa
tion was present and reported
to the. local men the net results
of the price negotiations that
started - In the Liberty district
last fall and hare been promis
ing,, to put , the Industry back
into . the column ' of profitable
business: ' C. E.. Vincent was
elected to represent the district
at all the general organisation
meetings. About -250, acres of
logans , wero , represented at ' the
meeting and the total . acreage
in the neighborhood Is about 300.
Legal Clanks. ; "
Get them at Tb SUtesman of
fice.' Catalog on, application.
Adr. i - . - k .
; At : 1 . o'clock Saturday at
Stflf's auction house. Liberty
and Court St Adr. -
Paw I Factory :r :-; '-, -Because
the "King's Products
factory" Ts In " the r throes 1 of " a
rebuilding campaign, . getting
reaay lor bigger work .next year
han erer before the Marketing
Class of 100 students from OAC
What we do not know
about your, business pro
batly equals what you do
hot know." " about ; ours.
Cone In and get acquain-
! i s. 5
; J 01-5 Oregon BldfV
Oregon's Largest Optical
Phona HI for appointment 1
- t '
that is to be here Saturday, will
pass up-the King's plant for
tMs trip. Instead, a rlsit will
be paid to the Kay woolen mills,
and the big cannery of the Orei
ton 'packing . company on
Throat Trouble Fatal
Sllverton. Or., Jan. 31. (Spe
cial to The Statesman.) Kath
erlne Adams,! the little grand
daughter of Mrs. Henry ( Steven
son,' died 1 Tuesday 'morning at
the Stevenson : home on the East
hill. Little Mjss Adams, who
arasi ahouf 12 years of age, had
been, snfferinr for some time
from, the: throat disease 'which
ultimately cauoed her death. ' ,
Boxing Tonigbti . .
Fire fed-hot fights at Armory,
t:30. Adr. ' .
E. Jr Raddant flere-.
' Emll ' J. : Raddant, .'of Lincoln
county, is yisttlng In Salem on
business. He : Is reputed to be
me laiscai.. lunu oprnior in ma
home 'county, -faring .1100 acres
of. grain,, dairy and stock farm
lands. - Mr. Raddant . has one
son still In the federal military
service, he having .remained in
uniform jfollowlng the .war.
Dr. B.-H. White
506 U. S. Bank Bldg, Elec
tronic - Reactions . of Abrams -
Adr. , ; .
Fifteen Thousand Home -
Freemaft'fe St ruble, the Salem
architects, are' planning a $16.
000 heme of colonial architec
ture v for Carl ' Benson, natural
ist, near Sllrerton, on the Sa-lem-SUrertorir
road. The I new
home- will hare 411 modern con
rcnlences. Including, ' light ' and
water plants. , ;
Dance Benefit h
Women's club,' community bldg.
at the Derby hall, Thursday, Feb.
h 9 p, m. Admission 5 Oc.Adr.
CoIIegv Women-- ' ,
The AATJWI luncheon Saturday
will ba held at noon In the .Spa
and reservations may be I made
today, . according to Mrs. C. A.
Kells. p who is in charge o.t the
affair Mrs. Roy Klein or' Mrs.
Kells may be notified for reser
vations which should be in to
day. Mrs. W. S. Kinney. Mrs.
dr B-. Simmons and Or. Ovens
Adair will be guests - for the
lunchqon 'and will address the
members on bills before the leg
islature in which ' they are to
lerated. ':--: ::.V: : DEED
At the residence of his
daughter. Mrs. F. O. Bartholo
mew, 1096 North 17th street,
early Wednesday, January- 31,
Henry Pascoe, age 7 years,
member of Sedgwick post, OA
R., father ,of Mrs. F. O. Bar
tholomew of this city and W,
A. Pascoe of Med ford,. Minn.;
grandfather of Miss Gladys I.
tholomew -and Lyle E. Bar
tholomew of this city and eight
other grandchildren; also is
survived by three step-children
, Mrs. 'James Dale of Ann Arbor,
Mich., J.; B. Smith of Edmon
ton, Alberta, and Thomas D.
Smith of : Eagle Creek,- Or.
: Funeral services wilt be held
from the Rlgdon , mortuary on
Friday at 2 o'clock, Interment
-Lee Mission cemetery. -i
, i'- " - . 1 '.
POTTER Alexander Potter died
Tuesday bight at the age of 77
years at his home, 420 South
Twentieth street. He I sur
vived , by; thr ;e sons ; and a
daughter, A. G., N. C. and Jesse
- Potter and Mrs. V Lula : Hum
phreys. A son J, W. Potter, llv-
ing in Portland and jC. A. Pot
ted of Seattre. Interment . Will
be made today iin the 4 Twin
: Oak cemetery of Turner. Short
services will r be held at the
mbb Clough chapel at 12
( o'clock today, and regular ser
vice at Turner at 1:30. v-.'
CARTERCprsi ilay Elliott Car
ter died seven mOes east of Sa
lem; 5Janaary 31, 1925 at 1:30
'p.- m.,at the age of 26 years.
: Mrs. ' Carter is survived by her
. husband, D. 1C Carter, a baby
son one day old, lather AnA
mother, Mr. and Mrs.; Howard
ElllotWaad two brothers. Law
rence and Lewis Elliott. Body
at Webb & Clough.: ( Funeral
announcements laterr .
7ebb & ClottsJi
v Expert Embsfntsrt'l
jtigdori & Son's
I J tlnequaled ISexrlce
jSay; It; with Flawers
All EssaysSaid to Have-Been
of High Order Origin
ality also Counted '
This morning David Eyre, pres
ident of the Salem , thrift cam
paign executive committee, . and
C; A. Kells of the Salem YMCA
that staged the campaign, are to
make the rounds of all the local
schools and give out the prises
for ; the recent thrift essay con
test. - They have evolved . a plan
of making these prizes in the form
of little ; souvenirs that will be'
permanent reminders of the hon
ors won, aa well as giving the
cash awards that the thrif ters can
spend or save as .their "thrifty
souls best dictate. ' ; ?
A vast "number of essays came
In and ; they " were generally of
high order. The judges based
their awards largely on original
rather than ; text-book thought;
and what a normal, lire-minded
child will think .up may ' some
times be a flash of Solomonic
wisdom. Some of these philoso
phic gems appear ail the way
through the essay series. " j
. The winners and the Judges
who passed on the sea of manu
scripts follow in order:. .
? Fonrtb Grade ; '
.. Judges: s Mrs. Edith Hazard,
Mrs. C. A. Kells First, 22, Blair
Foley.j Garfield; second,' $1.25,
lane Hirbison, Lincoln; third, 21
Loral na Hoag. Richmond; 1 fourth.
75 cents, Lynn Helse, Garfield,
f - Fifth. Grade -
( Judges: Mrs.' George Wv Hug,
Miss Mabel Curry. 'First,, 12.25;
V Irian Benner, Garfield; ' second;
$1.50, Eldon Slarens. Englewood;
third, $1.25, . Frances Reed, Gar
field; fourth, $1, Luther -Chapln,
Lincoln. .' : - ' -'
' ... ";'" ' ( Sixth, Grade ... , A ' ;
Judges: Mrs. Ross Miles, Mrs.
Meade Elliott, j First, $2.25, Fred
Blatchford, Richmond! second,
$1.50, Harold Angel, Park; third.
$1.25, i Edgar Re its, Englewood;
fourth, $1, Donald Chambers,
. Seventh Grade ,
: Judge: "Mrs; E. E. " Fisher;
First. $2.50. Edith Ris. Grant;
second, $2, Genetlere Martin, Me
Klnley; third, $L50, "Raymond
Sanford, Washington; fourth, $1,
Dorothy Bosshard, McKinley. h
Judgefc : 1 Miss Hattie Beatty(
Mrs. C. A. Kells. . - First, $2.50,
Marie . Turner, Washington; sec
ond, $ 2 , Kenneth Walker, Grant ;
third. $1.50, Dorothy Bell, Wash
ington j. fourth, $1, George Doug
las, McKinley.-.'- i.S.rl'
f5-;-. Kinth Grade. . f
Judges: Mrs. J. C. Nelson, Miss
Nina McNary. j First, $3, Sylrla
Mattson. Grant; second, ' $2.50,
Mabel Parrlah, Grant; ' third, $2,
Marville Alexander, ., McKinley;
fourth $1, Frances jMapes.' Grant.
Senior High School V.;
Judges:' Mrs. Alice Dodd. Mrs.
W. P. Lord. V First, $4, -Esther
Lisle, Junior;: 'second; $3, Lela
Belle ' Sanders, sophomore; third,
$2,, William Slpprell, sophomore;
fourth, $1, . Louise Schmidt, so
phomore. : 1
CUT THIS OUT IT, IS WORTH
Cut out this slip, enclose with
5c and mail it to Foley 4b Co.,
2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, HL,
writing your; name and address
clearly. Yon will receive in re
turn a - trial package containing
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
f on coughs, colds and croup; Fo
ley Kidney Pills for pains In sides
and back rheumatism, backache,
kidney and bladder aliments ; nd
Foley Cathartic Tablets, - a whole
some and thoroughly cleansing
cathartic tor constipation bilious
ness, headaches and sluggish bow
els. Sold everywhere. Adr.
f .' PERSONAL
.iyk; Satan ; of .kuHt,s former
clerk " of j tbe school v, board jwas
in, tne- city, on ousmess yesier-
I Will Jonetf'oJf Macleay ;.was in
the city, yesterday attending the
meeting of the Oregtn;TaSt Re
duction ; league. p. "r ?
-KMEdgar pt RIckreaRwaa
tuic Salem on business yesterday-
Jay1 -Hugh Smith of Newberg
was .intbe city yester'dayi " ;.
Frank Bowers of Waldo . Hills
was a visitor in the city yester
day., u - '
.', E ward r Dunlgan of j" Central
Howell was in Salem for a short
Jacob ' Voorhels of Woodburn
spent the day in the city yes
Seymour Jones ojf Kelser , Bot
tom i was In the city yesterday.
' Adrlce to Offfce-llolder '
So lire, O public serrants. that
yon never are . obliged to anQ
ncunee In a voice r choked with
emotion that yon court the ful
lest Investigation. Ohio State
Jcurnal. . "4- - -' .
; Stlmpson gallantly escorted Ts
hostess to the table. 'May I ait
on your Tight handr'i he asked.
-No." she replied, -I have to
eat "with that. Tou'd better takl
a chair." : ' 1 . :
Rehearsal at i State Hospital
v is preliminary to Semi-: '
1 " annual 1 Concert '
" One of the most delightful aud
mnslcal circle hesrd the Salem
Apollo club give a rehearsal pro
gram at the State hospital audi
torium last nlght. r The club is
preparing for its big' semi-annual
concert for February '14, and last
nigh t " they gave the f u 11 program
at the hospital. About 700 were
In .attendance and the singers re
port that they never saw a more
appreciative audience. Following
the program Dr. Stelner enter
tained, the singers at a delightful
little Infbrmal luncheon at which
he gave a brief talk on the cura
tive and social yalue of; music in
such an" , institution as the state
hbspltali'i; j '." '
On the' 'program were some of
the, most 'attractive numbers pres
ented last year, one of them being
"Th Bells? of St. Mary's," a fav
orite for the ages. One of the most
attractive pieces was "Murmuring
Zephyrs," a blgi splendid number
not -heretofore .presented ' in Sa
lem. It will be on their Valentine
day program, j Altogether, they
sapg a full dozen pieces, all of
which were encored.
One off'the attractive numbers
of the eVenllfg was :a piano' solo
by Miss Ruth Bedford, the regu
lar , accompanist . for . the Apollo
club. She Is developing into a
real, concert , player, with the
strength that so ' many pianists
lack, and her work promises to
kdd ' lustm to the list of Salem
musicians " ' V- rA::V--.: '" '' y
Income ax Exemptiohs I
Listed by Bevenue Office
PORTLAND, 'Jan.1 3 l' Clyde
G. Huntley, collector' of Internal
revenue, calls the attention of
Oregon taxpayers to the fact that
without atay exception" the follow.
Ins persons must file Income tax
returns for the year 1922' not
later than March 15: '"
Every . single i person who- had
a net Income of $1000 or, more. ;
Every married person who had
anet Income of $2000 or more. .
Every1 head of a family who
had a net Income of $1000 or
more. ; ' : ' . '.
, The exemption, for a single per
son li $1000 ; for a married per
son $2500, if "bis Income does not
exceed $5000. If the net income
of a married person exceeds $5,-
000 he is allowed an exemption
of only $2000. - l -
'The exemption allowed for de
pendents under 18 years of age
or incapable of self-support ,-:is
$400, but a return . must be made
In order for . the.' taxpayer t to claim
credit for ;' the ' exemption. In
other5; words. ' return ; must be
TomcrTpw 1,Q 00,000 custoineri vvill patronize the Piggly Wsgly .itwes Today t!:re
hundred Piggly WJgly stores ia operation, If each customer woolr) have'tKtir trchs iltllrcrc 1
it would cost $ido,ooo;V5li:r?u & - ' ; h.
The United States department of commerce has found by investigation that it cost vcrco c!
cu tvuu iv mane caui
for delivery just as Bvery customer contributes Disproportion to a bad ctbt ccccuit VLcn c----
sold on credit The followins are only feW 6 f the reguIar eTery-day Piggly wigdy prices, Vi::i
the- Piggly Wiggly Stores tcmorrow--yba will
FLOUR ' - '
The Best Valley Flour good bread and pastry, (
49 lb.. bag ' :..'.J....'..'.$1.50
. Cream-White Flour, 10 lb. bag .......... .40c
9.8 lb. bag Rolled Oats 'ZLiL. .u.....-...45c
9.8 lb. bag-Middling : 51c
9 lb.' bag Farina .j.....:. .....JL55c
9 lb. -bag; Corn Meal . . 28c
9.8 lb. bag Graham .U-lL-l ; ..45c
v ' BMOKED MEATS LARD
Swift's Picnics, 'per lb. .......-..-lTc
Swift's Premium Hams --..l.i..-29c
' Swift's Premium Bacon, per lb
Armour's Star! Bacon, per lb. ..
' Swift's -Empire Bacon
, Swift's Silver Leaf Lard, 1 lb.
Swift's Silver Leaf Lard, 5 lbs.
Swift's Silver Leaf Lard, 10 Ib3-
'' ! CANNED VEGETABLES - . t .
Del Monte Sweet Potatoes, No; 22 size, per can .23c
Del Mohte Hominy'm: 2Va size, perxan I2e"
Del Monte Beets, 2 size L ;..0c
.Deli Monte Sugar Peasj per can,... ..'-.....-...lSc
.Royal Club Kraut, 2Vfe size, per can- - 17c.
Del Monte Fancy Minnesota Crosby Corn, per can-17c.
Armour's Veribest Hominy, No. 2 size LjU. 9c
Shriver Golden Bantam Corn, per can 21c
Gold Bar Solid Pack Tomatoes, No. 2 size, per can 11c
Del Monte Tomatoes, 2V size .. 17c ;
rild.:although the taxpayer may
not be liable to the payment, of
a. tax' after claiming the exemp
tions to Which , he Is entitled: un
der, the law., :
; March 15 Is the. final day for
filing - returns. .Taxpayers who
fail to file by that time will be
liable .to heavy 'penalties. '
Governor Issued First
; Pardon to: Woman Inmate
On Tuesday 'Governor Pierce is
sued h Is" first, "prison pardon'.' - He
has bad a lot of chances for oth
ers, but none quite like this onK
. ' There wa'sj one woman . in the
prison, sentenced for a year's, im
prisonment. She fitill had 52 -days
to server-her f sister came up from
California, td plead for her; she
offered to take the unfortunate
down to the' Golden ; State, and
take care pf her. - , . 'V
Thegovernor found that a ma
tron was being employed for the
care of "woman' prisoners';' the
matron was paid : $100 . a" Inontb.
He figured that, the' prisoner; had
already paid , almost the .full price
assessed against her;, she would
be-"leaving the state and " the
state cbnid ' afford to ; discount
the bill for quick settlement.-
So the pardon was issued, there
is today no prison matron, and
the state is tottering along under
that much tighter: 'load about
$250 In all that the -taxpayers
won't. have to pungle up. ,
' WITH THE EDITORS
' A writer sent a poem to an edi
tor, who, it seems, had little use
for verse. The title of the poem
was. "Why Am I Alive?" v
The editor, wrote: when he re
turned the fcoem, "Because you
sent your noem by mall Instead of
delivering It by persOn'-r-Successf
OF THE STOr.lACH
pU CANT ENJOY LIFE
acb. Food does riot aouriih.
butesd k h a aouree of ksiteiy, cwumf
pun belching, zzioet sad head-:
q The peaoa wkk 1 Ud omch
keuld U Mtafiedwith aotkipf 1m
4a peraMBCBK, luntig t&L ; . '''
Q The Bgjnt lestedy w2I act upoo tKe
Eaiogt of the rtrnnarh, fnrirh the MomL
aid in caring out the calanhal poMons
aad ttreogthea'evoy boQy hmctioa. ,
q The Urge tsnber f people who'
Lire toccestfully ed Dr. Kettsua's
ieaoas iodoe,'neo9meaiei ter B
. caUhhJ eontTrtibh. oftcr die troegat
fwwSJe emioric meal fat yA-j ; !
TAJHLgtS OH UQUI ' fl
! SOU CVCXYWMERC
cretary RedHeld says that the annual charge for cartage is probably above lh2 tstal ci
freight clges.1 There is no such tiiisgas free delivery; every custczisr pax Us prepcr-
456 STATE STREET
, SERVE YOURSELF AND SAVE
Day- Sees t Supporters of
II . . . I - - IL - I 1 ! I :i
measure unKea up wnn :
t Socialist Doctrine, " -:
.'V c ;
. .. Before the joint assessment and
taxation committees of the legfe
lature Tuesday night advocates of
a progressive form of Income fax
were, scored by 14 K.'.i Day, chair
man of the tax nvestigatlon com
mission appointed by Governor OL
cott. --r ;;'r" .
Although he did not make, the
direct charge, Day plainly left thfl
inference that those who advocate
the progressive form of . Income
tax, such as Is proposed by Gov
ernor Pierce and also by the sate
grange, are sympathetic with the
socialistic doctrine of the day. '
' With Dr. James Gilbert of the
University of Oregon, who also
spoke qnrr the commission's pro
posed" income- tax bill, Day advo
cated" Ihe fWactntent of a flat
rate personal' incdme tax:, by the
The ;Plerce income tax bill, according-
' to f Day,-' Is entirely ' too
high, since It proposes to . levy a
state tax- equal to 50 percent of
the tax now paid by Inedmes to
the f ederal governmen t. This,
according to Day, -is a larger pro
portion 'than" Is .levied by . 'any
state' now. having an' income taxi
In answer to this, advocates of
the Pierce tax bill claim that real
property In Oregon'- now 'carries
the heaviest tax in the nation and
The leather stands in a class by itself, the tmd3
mark means a . guarantee of service.- The sty I ;3
. are of the latest designs, and have earned us a
- reputation of up to the minute appeal. There iz
lasting appreciation in every pair, of these elegant
shoes,- . . ( - - . ; : : . : - .
' With Snappy Styles Built to Wear
."This is a Walk-Over Year" ' - - -
J O HN J. " ROTTLH . '
-: : - The Walk-Over Store . ': ' ' "
167 N. Commercial Street, Salem, Oregon
The Newest in Footwear ;
like the clean store and fresh
2 oz. tins, per. tin Li, 7y2c
4 "oz. tin3, per tin . , , '. . , 14c
Del Monte Fruit Salad; 2y size,' per can 48c
Solar Brand Pineapple, No. 2 broken slice, per can 21c
Libby Grated Pineapple, No. 2 size, per can ; : -23c
Libby's Apple Butter, per can ..l.'.-.: L.-.lie
" ' COOKING OILS, ETC, ! ; .
Wesson Oil, gallon , tins .--ui-. --.-.$1.8Q
Wesson .OH, half gallon tto.,;.. - , .; ,- ,:::95c
Wesson OH, qt." tins 51c
9 lb. tins Crisco. L . $1.S. .
6 lb, tin3 Crisco .-..USL27
3 lb. tins Crisco ; .j..::-67c
1 lb.; tin Crisco .- -;--23c
SOAPS AND. WASHING TO WDERS
Star Naptha Washing Powder, large
Star Naptha Washing Powder, small
tr oiar.vvnite oap
White Wonder Soap
P- & G. Naptha. Soap
Lava Soap . u,... .
Oil O Palm Soap l.rj..:jJ....,
Sweet Heart Toilet Soap
' v"' ' MISCELLANEOUS
Head Rice, pe lb.
Head Rice, per . 5 lbs
Navy Beans, per lb.
that to' offset' this it li 1. .
to levy , a high income tax.
The flat rate bill presented t,"
the; commission, rallies for h t: 1
Of ' four per .cent on personal i -comes,
would yield about $2,50C
000 "based on thereder'allil6i. , j
Income tax statistics which sto '.
an Income tax bearing vealtu
the stato last year of nijout II;.,-000,000-
, . !
f 3&fEtaal P. Lock wood df Port
land, - representing thi AsscK latioa
of Life Insurance ' President, ap
peared before the' cbmHilttee at d
asked that ins a ranee companies 1
exempted, from the prori3iooj .r
the act since they now piy a'cr s
income s fxx and ; the 'additional
tax would be double taxation.
5 The: Test of Lbcitiia"' ?
The location of your Bcfcool.. 1
has much to do with the suc
cess of your school work. ;
;,Our school - has the second'
floor of one of Salem's new-
; er buildings, comer of High ,
and Ferry streets. .
The rooms were rpecially
planned - for as, - when the
"building. , was erected, and ,;
are large' and .well-lighted.
"There are' hb inside rooms."
. You( will like our rooraa. r
.( Call .nd v let us show , yp,a
i how, they are arranged. . ,'
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v ..lligh & Perry -
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