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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
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La Grande Editor May Head
r Johnson Campaign in
- i State of Oregon
-.Oregon offers a candidate to
Hiram W. Johnson for the position
vt campaign manager for the Pa
cific northwest. Bruce Dennis,
editor of the La Grande Observer,
member of the state senate and
one of the early Bull Moosers of
the Roosevelt days, has been pro
posed for the place. A message to
tnis effect vras telegraphed to
Sen-.or Johnson yesterday by the
newly elected Johnson state cam
paign committee of Oregon.
The Pacific northwest includes
the states of Oregon, Washington,
Idaho and Montana, and Senator
Dennis is familiar with general
political conditions in all of those
states. lie is an ardent advo
cate of Johnson for the republican
nomination for president, and has
had considerable experience in
managing campaigns for men and
f .Organization I Complete
; Supporters of Senator Johnson
have "effected their organization
and intend pushing forward until
the primaries. The officers of the
new organization are Sanfield
Macdonald, chairman and man
ager; U. S. Crowder, vice-chairman;
Chauncey D. Butler, secre
tary; H. F. Dougherty, Richard
Sleight. B. B. Goodman, H. C.
Diers. Fred Gronnert, Dr. W. D.
McMillan and Dr. George F. A.
Walker, executive committee.
:- The first official act of this
group was to urge selection of
Senator Dennis for the post of
campaign director for the Pacific
:V;In tho presidential primaries of
four yeurs ago Mr. Mardonald was
manager for Hiram Johnson and
the local boosters have i selected
aim to continue in the- present
campaign, but no official designa
tion of this , character has yet
' Mike's Auto
' Wrecking House
Has moved to larger qnar
tors .on .Center .St .near
- We sell used part from
50 to 80 Per Cent
I Something New
E ; Ten-day Stopover
v on all tickets at
San Francisco - Los Angeles
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Southern Pacific Lines
CUT OUT NEATLY
The Oregon Statesman's Hig Automobile
Good for 10 Votes
This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed to
The Contest Department of THE OREGON STATESMAN, will
count for the person whoso name is written thereon.
Cut put rteatly.
been made by the presidential as
pirant. Others Seek Job
It is kn.iTn that one or two
other Oregon men have been de
sirous of managing the Johnson
campaign in this state, especially
since it lotsks as though Johnson
will he heavily financed this
time, but Macdonald has no in
tention of being pushed aside af
ter his record of 1920.
Mr. Crowder, the vice-chairman
of the committee, i3 to look after
the Johnson interests in the coun
ties" east of the Cascades. Mr.
Crowder is a Methodist minister
at present retired and living at
Salem, but he served in his cleri
cal capacity in eastern Oregon and
knows that country and its people.
Secretary Butler was formerly in
the office of the secretary of
state, was at one time mentioned
as a candidate for that position,
and recently has been in the de
partment of the collector of inter
nal revenue. He is a brother of
Judge R. R Butler of The Dalles.
Of the members of the executive
board, all are Portland lawyers
with the exception of Mr. Dougher
ty, who is interested in Aberdeen
Angus cattle, and the two doctors.
Dr. Walker is senior vice-commander
lor Oregon of the Spanish
Pi-imary Blanks Kcady
This committee will arrange to
have Johnson's name placed on
the presidential primary ballot by
petition. The form of petition
has been prepared and the peti
tions will be placed in circulation
some time after tho first of the
Returns Home '
David B. Snyder, prominent In
surance man from The Dalles, re
turned home yesterday after sev
eral days visit in Salem.
And many other points on the
Southern Pacific in the Sunny
Use one of four daily trains to
California, through standard
and tourist sleeping cars to
San Francisco and Los An
geles. Take your choice of three
routes to the East from Cali
fornia with through sleeping
cars to Eastern cities.
Sight3 worth seeing via the.
Southern Route include the
American River Canyon, Pic
turesque Carriso Gorge, and
the famous Apache Trail of
Let us assist you with the de
tails of your trip.
JOHN M. SCOTT
Asst. Passenger Trnft:- Manager
VoIH uTifr Dpc. 15. :192i.
OREGON MAN MEMBER
(Continued trom page 1)
by southern committeemen and a
delegation of negroes.
David W. Mulvane of Kansas,
was chosen head of the convention
arrangements committee which
met immediately to begin prepar
ations for the Cleveland gather
ing. Ralph Williams of Oregon was
chosen chairman of the commit
tee on policies and platforms,
which will consider tentative
planks before the 1924 conven
tion. CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH
Send this ad and ten cents to
Foley &. Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave.,
Chicago. 111., writing your name
and address clearly. You will re
ceive a 10 cent bottle of FOLEY'S
HOXEY AND TAR COMPOUND
for coughs, colds and hoarseness,
also free sample packages of
FOLEY'S PILLS a diuretic stim
ulant for the kidneys and FOLEY
CATHARTIC TABLETS, for Coh
tslpation and Biliousness. These
wonderful remedies have helped
millions of people. Try them!
Sold everywhere.- Adv.
Croisan Is Foreman of
Next County Grand Jury!
K. M. f'rniKan of Salom will ho
foreman of the- grand jury which j
has been notified to report Janu-I
ary 3. Other members of the; BiU Hunt Saiem heavyweight,
grand jury are Gcorpo Walton. Kd : wno boxos Eddie Kichards at tho
Dunisan. Jr.. August Neimobauer. I armory next Tucsdav night, Dec
Harry P. Chase,, all of Salem; F. I ember 18.
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tv en nave It
All Suits or Over
coats ordered this
week will be deliv
ered before Xmas.
Made to Measure
2 Pants 2
$39.50 to $49.00
. . 426 State Street
j H. Simpson, Jefferson, and Hod
i ney K. McKee ot Woodburn.
The panel for the petit jury
will not be drawn until later this
month. January 7 is the first
day of the January term of court.
January 4 and r, will be motion
days and a general housecleaning
of all actions which have peuded
for the last year.
Royal Mounted Police
Deny Narcotic Charges
Vancouver, n c., Dec. 12
Denial by StaTf Sergeant Robert
Mundy of the Royal Mounted po
lice of all, charges made against
him by Attorney General A. M.
Manson and evidence by witnesses
I describing the alleged methods
employed by police agents to trap
narcotic traffickers featured to
day's sessions of tho inquiry by
the Royal Commissioner into
charges against the service.
Frank Fernandez, one of three
men arrested by customs officers
during a narcotic raid in Victoria,
corroborated in general the testi
mony given yesterday by Con
stable W. L,. Smith. He declared
on th" stand he "was to get 10
per cent of the customs value'' of
the drugs .seized in the Victoria
and other raids.
i:i:likvi;i imivs cor;ii
Mrs. I-.. Van I?l!f. Pendroy,
Mont., writes. "I like your Cough
Medicine very well. My little boy
Mi years old, had a very bad cough
'and after u.sini: ITH.KY'S IIONKY
j AND TAR COMPOrxn he se
Inirod relief." For roughs, colds
and IioarsPii'- there is no better
I remedy on the market today than
j FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR
jCOMPOr.VD. It has stood the
jtr-Ft of tiiT serving Hirr- Krn
erations. Cot. the gni'iine; refuse
substitutes. Sold evrry where.
Letter Written Personally
To Celebrated Harry Trany
I'mmI as ho is to reading incom
i ing and outgoing mail at tli stato
j prison, Deputy Warden J. W. Lil-
lie received a distinct start when
i he caino to a 'letter addressed to
Harry Tracy. Oregon State Peni
tentiary. L'. S. A.. Salem.
As he read through th-3 16
P8ges his wonder Increased, for
the lengthy epistle was written to
Harry Tracy personally, in spite
of the fact that Tracy, notorious
desperado, has been dead for the
las.t 20 years. The date was re
cent, and the letter was mailed
from Condon, by a man known
personally by Mr. LJllie. ---? ..
The writer lauded Tracy for Ins
excellent marksmanship, and told
how as a boy of 16, the writer
had run all the way down state
when he learned of the trouble
at the prison. He arrived in time
to see the three murdered guards
carried from the prison to an un
dertaker's wagon. In detail some
of the minute particulars attend
ant upon the circumstances were
related by the writer. A strain
of sympathy was found and occa
sional repetitio nof an invitation
to visit him in Condon "If still
upon the astral plane." The quo
tation was repeated several times.
After reading the letter Mr. Lil
lie sent it to the sheriff, suggest
ing that the writer be investigated
concerning his sanity.
Chinese Student Will
Talk at Leslie Church
John Tsai. a Chinese student at
tending Willamette university,
will speak before the Live . Wire
class of Leslie Methodist church
Sunday. Dec. 16. His subject is
"Christian Conditions in China."
Although Mr. Tsai has been in
the I'nited States only since July
of this year, he speaks excellent
Krtlish, for he studied the lang
uage in a Chinese high school. Mr.
Tsai will tell of being baptized
into the Chinese Methodist huroh
and will discuss the missionary
neeJ of that country.
A. C. Bohrnstedt, teacher of the
class, invites all persons inter
ested in eastern affars to be ppre.
ent when the class meets Sunday
morning at 0:4.". at the I-she
church, Meyers and SouMi Com
SAX FRANCISCO,. Dec. 12 The
coldest weather in southern Cali
fornia this season was experienced
ratiy today, according to officials
of the I'nited Slates weather
bureau here touight.
BlMy Just at the
Ladies, make lhis your Xmas shop for his gifts here you will find a Tslqre full of just the
things he would choose. ;
Hath Robes Gloves Caps
Smoking Jackets Belts ;. . -Hosiery
Sweaters Hucklcs Ties
Shirts Mufflers Etc.
Don't Fail to See Our Windows and We Are Always Pleased to Show You
THE MAN'S SHOP
Little Change in Price
Of Supplies for State
Pricca on food supplies for the
state institutions, bid3 on which
were opened yesterday by the
state board of control, average
about the same as six months ago
when the last previous bids were
opened. The opening of the bids
has not been completed.
Beans have gone up from $5.75
to $G.50 a hundred. Cheese has
dropped from 26 to 25 cents a
pound. Crackers were 10 9-10
cents six months ago and the new
bid i3 10 6-10 cents. Rice has
gone up from $4.70 to $5.95 a
hundred. Six months ago coffee
was bought at 19 1-2 cents and
the new bid is 20 1-4 cents. Beef
has increased from ?7.95 to $9.20
a hundred and mutton from $6.94
to $9.96. Ham is the same at
$20.70 ;i hundred. Bacon is low
er. Six months ago the state paid
$18.90 and the new bid is $15.50.
Lard has dropped from $12 to
$11.10 a hundred and compound
from $11.97 to $10.25. For other
commodities the. figures for six
months aco and now respectively
are: Hard wheat flour, $5. HO
and $1.83: soft wheat flour. $4.35
and $1.45; cream, rolled oats.
and $3.53; corn meal. $2.60
and $2.7S; bran. $23.20 and $24
Fur3 for Christmas are always
appreciated. West Fur Co., 521
"RanrarkabU nw treatment ate pa
Rheumatism or Nauritia In any
form. Vary worst caaaa raliovsd at
twos. Thousands of eurac roportod.
No nood for any o no to suffsr. Ask
any druggist for "Alion'o Rhou
matlo Treatment." In Tablet Form.
Prioe $1 per box. All druggists
oerry it. Hart M. Alien Labora
tories, Mfro Bex 1340, Los Angeles,
WEAR SALE 3 Davs nlm
Hundreds of SILK TIES Grouped in Two
Opportune Time to Buy
75c to 31.00
All Newest Patterns
a ton; shorts, $24.20 and $26.30
Once men. of science thought
there would be no lunacy without
moonlight; now they think there
would be no moonshine without
The Place Is
NEW CLEAN AND MODERN IN EVERY
HIGH CLASS FOODS ,
AT MOST REASONABLE PRICES
Come in and see for yourself
THE OYSTER LOAF
Peter and Nick Katsivalis, Proprietors
( Formerly connected with the Oyster Loaf of l'oi tland)
Location in the New Adolph & Waters Building
on Court Street Near. Liberty, Next to Stiffs
and Save on the One
$1.00, 31.25 and 31.50
A Beautiful Selection
Select Yours Early, These
Won1 't Last Long
6hould not be "dosed." Treat
them externally with
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