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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1923)
SECOND NEWS SECTION j
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Society, Editorial, General Neva crd
SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY MORNflSTG, FEBRUARY 1, 1923
PRICE 5 CENTS
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1923 IS YEAR
OF WILD BOAR
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AH People Born in These 12
Months Sincere and
Rash Say Japs
: j Tpklo, Jan. 31 In Japan, 1928
will be the rear of the Wild Boar
and those born the following 12
months will be characterized by
sincerity and rashness, .according
to Japanese lore. They will be
free from material cares '.and un
necessarily touchy. The govern
mint has suppressed the old cal
Iterkeiui Beautifully ami Restores
Jts Natural Color , And
Liutre at Once,
Common garden sage brewed
into a heavy tea, with ulphvr and
alcohol added, will turn gray,
etreaked and faded hair .beauti
fully dark; and luxuriant. Mixing
the Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe
at home, though, is troublesome.
An easier way Is to get the ready-to-use
preparation improved by
the addition oT other Ingredients
a; large bottle, at littla cost; at
drug stores, known as "Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound,"
thus avoiding a lot of muss.
'; While gray, -.faded hair Is not
sinful, we all desire to retain our
youthful appearance and attrac
tiveness. By darkening your, bair
with Wyeth's Sage , and Sulphur
Compound, no one can tell, be
cause It does It so naturally, so1
evenly. . Ton just dampen . a
sponge or soft brush with: it and
draw this through your hair, tak
ing one small strand at a time; by
: morning all gray' hairs have dis
appeared. 'After another applica
tion or two your bair becomes
beautifully dark, glossy, soft and
luxuriant and you appear years
younger. Adv." ' i
endar made up of twelve zodic.il
animals, but the people of Japan
still derive from; it many super
stitions and inspiration for their
art. Post cards representing the
1922 board chasing the 192 2 dog
are on sale all over the city.
This old calendar is of Chinese
origin and is common to the Tar
tar, Turks Mongols and Tibe
tans, as well as to the Japanese.
The twelve animate are the Rat.
Ox, Tiger, Hare, Dragon, Serpent.
Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Bird, I'ig
and Hoar and their influence on
human destinies is varied. Their
power on the human body created
a zodical anatomy and a sp!al
art of healing in the middle ages.
Itats Are; Hottest 1
Those under the' influence of
the Rat are honest, thrifty and a
little; tricky. They are quiet and
'should beware of the fair sex.
The Ox year confers' a strong
physique, Independence and stub-
borness; that of the Tiger, un
usually strong character; that of
the Hare, charm and grace and a
surrounding of' ; good fortune
which must be caught before one
is 3 Si Sons of the Dragon have
a fiery spirit and concei and are
happiest at 27, 28 and 45. Those
of the. ' Serpent : are melancholy
and Jealous and destined to live
but a short time with their fam
ily. Snake girls ought to marry
either a merchant, doctor or gov
ernment official. !
' People ithat are brave, kind.'
loyal and generous are under the
sign of the Horse; those neat,
orderly and hospitable as well as
tender and i religious under the
Goat ' Goat people make artists.
Monkey born are cold and stern
and succeed by associating with
others. -Bird torn ought to b
singers and those born under the
JXg being honest and' faithful
should not humble themselves too
mtfch for the sake of their friends.
They are happy when very young
and again in old age. i
IN WAR UNIFORMS, TRENCH CAPS AND STEEL HELMETS( FRENCH TAKE ESSEN
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Uppers A general view of
French troops encamped in a
wood on the outskirts of Essen
just prior to their occupation of
the city. Lower The first,
French cavalry marching, past Es
sen railroad station on their way
into the town, ...
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A glee club has been organized
by the high school students with
Miss Clara Larson as leader. '
Marie Barstow, ; who has been
ill for the past week returned to
The Rev. Mr. Coullard of Scio,
who preached in the Scotts Mills
Christian church, addressed 1 the
high school Monday morning.
A hard-times party was given
by the Christian Endeavor of the
Christian, church Friday evening,
January 26. It. was one of the
snappiest parties of the season. -lindley
Woodford took the Boy
Scout, oath Monday evening.
Marvin Dart applied for mem
bership, in the Boy Scout troop.
Miss i Emma Larsen, William
Hogg and wife and Miss Merrle
Sanders were initiated into the
Royal Neighbors lodge recently.
Mrs. Ellis Nicholson tts jback
from, the Salem hospital and is
Mrs. Sloan has gone to the Sil-1
VISITS IN SALEM
J. N. Smith of Yamhill Meets
With Tax Reduction Club
While rn City
the legislature, and meeting, into what Sherman said was next
J. N. Smith o! Yamhill is in
'Salem this ' week, ' looking on at
with the Tax Reduction club
state committee. He is a farmer
and stock breeder and an! old-
timer in Oregon.
Back in .he early '?0's Mr.
Smitbi was captain of a company
of national guardsmen in Port
land, the "Six Footers," for every
man was at least six feet tall;
tome were far more than that
minimum. But he didn't get to
go to the Spanish American war,
which t waa the nearest struggle
to his boyhood.
tT war in misery. Over in Hon
olulu he was admiring' the moon,
one' beautiful tropical night,
when some of the girls attending
the Hawaiian Teachers' associa
tion commanded him' to come to
their institute and give them a
lecture !on astronomy. He knew
stars casually and sketchily, but
he wasn't the real authority on
clectial matters that . the girls
thought he was. To make his
boast good, however, he agreed
to "lecture," and then ua almost
wore out the city library seats
However, he did get himself ( sitting around "bonlng-up" on
Rehearsals Begun for
Lions Club Minstrels
Rehearsals; have begun at the
Chamber, of Commerce auditor
ium for the. big" .Lions' club min
strel show that Is to be staged
about the seco'nd week in February.
The Lions have taken the Sa-j
if m Boy Scouts under their.
wing, and are going to stage
the big show for their financial
benefit. About 25 singers, jug
glers, . actoTs, ' roarers, prize bit
ers, long-tailed jungle kings with
astronomy fpr ' the ordeal. He
found a copy of . Newcomb's
"Sidelights on Astronomy," and
finally got through with a repu
tation like a scientist.,
claws three inches long, are hit'
ting the high spots of minstrelsy
at a furious pace. They have
seme clever talent, that should
put on a high class show. .They
are 'borrowing some other talent
rnd conscripting yet other events
to round out the program.
The event promises to set Oi
h'igh mark for Salem minstrelsy.
Rule White 5s , the lion-tamer in
charge. -They 'are to meet again
on Friday night, for practice..
Gargle with warm salt wats?
-Mien apply over throat -
Over 17 Million Jan Vtcd Yearfj
Don't Miss This
Friday, February 2nd, 1 :30 p, m.
1135 Shipping Sti 'Near N. Summer
Take Summer or N. Commercial Street Car
6 hole Colonial range, like Hew a good or soc 1
heater, board and pipe, like new; high class ViKin ani
Mary walnut extension table, 48-inch top, and. four
leather seated diners to match; reed baby carriage;
waxed oak library table; mahogany hall chair; large oak
chiffonier; baby's high chair; 2 sea grass rockers, like
new; 2 steel cots . and pads; i sanitary couch; .white
enamel extension table; 2 oak diners; Brussels rug 8-3
xlO-6; also one 7x9; also rag rug 7x9, and wool fibre
9x12; white enamel kitchen table and 4 chairsto match;
draperies and curtains; large mahogany wall clock; 3
burner Perfection oil stove; 50 foot garden hose; tub,
wash board, wringer, electric, light globes, aluminum
ware, kitchen utensils and many other articles. '
Note; If you are wanting anything for your home
don't miss this sale. : , --" . .
J. W. ANDERSON,
"If you want to sell your furniture or have an auction,
see Woodry or phone 511; Res.; 1610 N. Summer St, n
itisilG vLioYtl'aBh qf tlio. Tovn Anywhere that TJlen Gon®ate They Are Talking of
IF IVIONEY IS SCARCE, NATURALLY A SAVING OPPORTUNITY IS MORE GEN
Clotliing, Sii08S and furnishing Goods Are necessities. To Buy at These Prices Is Your Privelege
Our policy of conducting One big general sale is so well known that hundreds oi men of Salem and vicinity wait for it. Pur Jorce has been
workinghard for days re-marking and re-arranging this stock for your greater convenience. Ample sales people are waiting to promptly
serve you. Thousands of full sheet posters ha ve been mailed broadcast invite you. ; '
We Have Selected for Rapid Selling
100 KEN'S SUITS and OVERCOATS
Broken Line and Sizes from our $25.00 and $30.00
Suits; $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00 Overcoats and placed
on sale while they last at
Buy an Overcoat and Saye 1-3, to 1-2
75 KEN'S OVERCOATS ' ,
Latest Models and Materials, plain, half or full belted
sinc-le or donhle breasted, all sizes t
H $30.00, $33.00, $40.00, $45.00 Overcoats
1 -' Crpuped in One Lot at the One Price for this sale
Sensational Values in Men's Suits Unequaled Anywhere at Any Time
Models for Men and Young Men. Latest Styles? G reat Variety of Fabrics, Worsteds, Cassimeres,
Tweeds and Serges in Plain, Checks, Stripes and Novelty Weaves. All sizes from 34 to 46, medium
and light weights o.
We positively believe that this
is the best offer yet made by any
reputable firm in years.
MEN'S HEAVY BIB OVERALLS
Heavy $2.20 Blue Denim, Limit 2 pairs to
Customer. 100 Dozen on sale at
MEN'S 2-PIECE UNDERWEAR
Men's Shirts and Drawers
Regular $1.00 Derby
Regular $1.50 Natural
"Wool and Cotton
Come on Boys, This is Your Chance
75 BOYS' ALL WOOL SUITS
Knicker Pants, ages 6 to 18 years
Herringbones, Cassimeres, Tweeds and Blue
Serges. These suits are from our regular stock,
Values to $15. j
Exceptional Values in Men's
! SHOES and OXFORDS
In Two Big Lots,-Black and Brown, Staple and New
English Lasts, Regular J '
7.50 to $10.00 Values $10.00 to $15.00 Values