The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, December 26, 1923, Page 6, Image 6

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    ACTUAL VIEWS OF MEXICAN REVOLU TIONARY PROCEEDINGS.
YOUTHFUL OREAM REALIZED f J, ?
- CD Catherine SpalilnOregon
Sunday Emerald) t . k
A dream of a: yoata -In hlgh
school, a rosy dream, though over--shadowed
by. an "if." and theii a
dreanf o a collegewnan, materialis
ed : and, ; reaped. ;.Th yputhf al
d reamer -4 whose dreamt came true,
i William Arthur Rdsebraugh the
t?10? ?node seholar to Oxford.
V-osebraneh. who" measure
over, six feet .In, height. weight
155 pounds shar chestnut-brown
nair, and blue-gray eyes, strikes
one at exemplifying a typical Am
rican . college man. - He . walks
with dignity, la' well-groomed, and
displays nis poise. ,:
, "How did I jeel 'after examin
ations were Dyer?', he removed his
pipe, and mused as he prepared
his answer to the" question, "i
was pretty low v just before' bear-
, Ing the results of them. Why. it
didn't sink In; for a couple of days.
T thought it might be mistake."
hls reply was" almost boyishly ton-
aifected. Rosebraugh wasn't 'in
formed of his being chosen until
a' relative who had read the de-
Hslon in a paper phoned "his 'con
'gratulatlons. . ' 4
The Oregon' track' star 'express-
-ed the desire to win hit "blue"
(Oxford's blazer la bluet In track
'in which Oxford competes in ath
letics against Cambridge for One
. schooL "I intend, to try out all
English games, soccer, tennis" and
growing." Included in! those with
'which" he will probably- experl-
CLAY AWAY- THE YEARS
t -pjy Bonciila Beautifier casmi j clay to
v, jur lace. and rest while It drs. 4hn ,
r -nov and see and eel the wonderful .. :
c Terence in the color and'texturc of the
t Un-. v , 5. . - ;..
Guaranteed to do these definite thing fot .
tie face or money -refunded Cleat th :
tofnplexfcsn and give it color. Lift out the
I -. Remove blackheads and pimples. ,
Cioe enlarged pores. Rebuild f acial tis-
je and muscles. Make the skin soft
end erriocjh. r., S - - - "' ;
You tan obtain regular sizes from' your
favorit toilet counter.' U not, tend this ;
r A. wilh 10 cents to Bonciila Laboratories,
ndianepolis, Indiana, kU a trial tube, r
men wjiv..jq rugby and cricket.
Students at' Oxford Are-required
to spend three or four hours' each
day wth sportt, he declared. - '
Oxford, England, far about $C
miles out of .London. : Rosebraugh.
plans" to commute 'back and forth
frequently,- spending much of ,hit
ume ai injB .rjjinji or, court" in
London.; Seeing an .uninformed
look appear, on the. reporter's facj
he hastened to explain, that when
the, legal - profession in England;
wat like a guild, apprentices . to
this occupation.. used, to meet at
these inns and, talk over questions
ot legal inerest-Vla England of
today,, they are. passe in that re
spect, but every student of law
is now required to "take "a"' few
meals each month at the Inns ot
Court , before! theyT are entitle! to
Rosebraugh1 will d this- maamuch
as he desires tio, hang-, up xn his
wall "arf, "English ahingfa. The
novelty-of' thai atfat ilsoappeals
to him. I'-: , ' ;
Ilosebrangh will finish his Uni
versity work in. the spring take his
bar examination soon after,-brnaa
up on his tattn; ('tis-even said
Oxford examination -question ant
sometimes written In the Latin
language),. and will leave some
tme in the fell.
Oxford begins In early October.
A- peculiar; system of - school t at
tendance, prevails, in, the: English
Institution, There' are ?ix weeks of
Svhobl, followed by'alx of vaca;on,
wilh a lons'tr yacatidn Occur fliiz
.ii .the" summrduying 'whicljL' the
Oxford sch'3a.s jcenerally travel la
J.urope. Thi Jrnated ix wek
oi vacation ae, not wsbi;', iuo
Rhodes scholar stated, for ' i 1
then 'that .mosr Tof the tforkl la
done,, time' 'during, the' six school
aeeks, beinir.' taken up wlt. at
tendance at le:?asi7R6sehraugV
ana lor. tha summer vacations
are rathej- Indefinite yet, but he
hopes to travel in Europe, to '.'ob
serve "poliii'cii Institutions," view
the lives, oflthe . people there. a3
tee the-artTtreasuresV , t ' . f.T
"Do I tika teaT'Vhe thot the
quizzical look 'and typical gaze of
a lawyer as he answered the query
after having, made certSlnhe":was
Onr GON STATESMAN AUTOMOBILE CONTEST
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. Votes Polled up to Noon,' Deceiabef 24.;.
CITT OP SALEM
VT. : . ..V.. . 380.200
. .a , . . y590.400
' AUea. Jlartha. MS"!. 'WThter .
BSrriball. Mary ' 1780 Hickory
Becfcfentiorf; Mrs. A. L:,4223T Nebraska Ave.J IV. 1 710.1 00
-Btjuiv. iranr. isss n.- cayitoi . . ...... .'; . .V, . . ... . 700,100
- Elixeth. 01af,;545 N. 21st. ... . 711,295
Cotsk.. Leslie, ;1247 Jerry St . i . . . iV . . . 570,100
Cumralngs, Evelyn. 1857 N. Winter. . . ..'..;... . .'. . ;712.375
. Etiwar Js, John, 295 N. 15th . . ; . i . -."I i i . 91,400
Ely. Raymond,-147 Marlon.";. .V;.. . .2. 710100 ,
. Edmundson, Paul, 2146 -NChurxi'. . . .,.. ,..;. 5.20,100
LTichieman. Mrs. Bert, 176 S. Commercial 620,100
George Koehler. 1750 SUte. ........ . .600,100
Owynn. Harold. C07 N. Winter. . ,500,120
Gilmer, Faith, 232 N. 19th ..i ........ .632.100
Ilunt, Bill, Fire Station.. .2712,100
Hlrsch. Richard. 1345 Madison. ... : .'. .'. . .710,100
. llamby, Henry, 1345 B St.. . . . ... . . . .'. ( . i490,100 .
Hileman, Katherlne, 1809 Waller; . tV.710,200
Jslinson. Eunice, 1525 Highland. . . ... . . . . . 690, 100,
Klossen, Henry, 645 ' Ferry. . ..... . . . . ;.. .710,20Q '
Lewljf, Edward. 224 -N. 15th .V. ... w ..... . ... .... i .700.100 .
Lu thy. Miss A. 1L, 1497 a 13th. ..... ....71000
I IcCoy, Maurice. 1507 Fairground Road ,'. ..71 0,9 4 0
Mitchell, Nellie, White" House ; 7 1 0,5 4 0 '
' Kewgent, Howard, 337 S. 18th. i . . iV. ,710,200 .
Paulus, George, 383 Slate.............. iVx 600,100
PaumUIa. Nellie. 806 N. High ...... ,S:V. i700,100
Price, Chas. H-, 372 N. Church I if .'.V.v;. 620.200
..Peebles. Jesse, 2395 N. Front. . . .. . .'. : . , i t J .400.200 ,
Peace,' Viola, 1825 N. Commercial .. . . . . . . .-.v-. 600,200:
' Plant, Harry. Armory; ."...;.....,.....; v .... i . 7 10,9 0 0 ;
Eaook, Frank, 2409 4th. ............ . . . f .. 500,200,
CAfren; Morris, 246 Marlon ........... T. ...0Q,10Q,
Suing, Elmer. 1297 S; High. ......520,400
.Varley, Job. 560 Electric............ ....710,480
Ward, Connell, 1487 Broadway. . . .. , . . . . . . ; . :j.T10,100
Weir. Leo, 1420 ChemekU. . . .... . . : H-il'iri it .". 710,100
IIoehler, Geo Salem ...... ... .'. ; . . .' .'. . . l. . . V. .T00.100
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Illustration above depicts Fed
eral artillery on the way to Vera
Cruzw.On extreme-left is seen
President Obfegon'.on bis pri
vate train -on -the- way to take
command of his forces. Other
scene of - Federal forces en
camped near Ve'ra'Crus.'
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COTJKTBX
-iiarrx, un. JDe, bjopa. ...... ... ...... .
Berchtold. Joseph. Mount Angel. ...............
Darling; Grace Rt Z, Salem.". . . ....... .. , i
DenniBon, Mamie, Dallas. ........ .... i. . i . . .
iraugu, Diiacoe m., jueauna . . . . . .............
Harper, Edwin, Gervais ..... . . . . ... .'. . Hi . '.
Haworth, Evelyn, Stayton ............ . '. v ii'.. .
Hochberg, Mrs. Florence, Monmouth
Kintt. Angeline, Sublimity .... . . . -i i .
Klnzer, Ralph. Hubbard ......... ... . . . . . i V, .
Mason. Ethel, Mill City i ......
, McCalllster, C. L-, Shaw. ....................
Mrs..T. M. McCellan,. West Stayton, Oregon. ...
MeGrew Henry, c Woodburn. . .................
ManenhaL. Mabel, Gervais, Rt. 1. ,
Muller, Mrs. Carl, SUverton ...... . ... . . . . . . I .
Peets,' Hazel, Turner. . . ... ............
Reid. Erol. Hubbard ... .. i " . .
' Russell; Glenna, Marlon
- Speaker, -Robt Rt, 4, Box 15B; ......
Sturgis. FTancis, Brooks. ........... . .
ThOm psoa, Mrs. G. N., Rt. 8 , Salem . . . . . .......
Teal. Mrs. Albert, Falls City
, Turnbull. RobC. Rt. 4, Box 76, Salem, '? f . .
. Vandermark, Lee, Scotts Mills. ................ .
. Wllley, Clara. Aumsvllle. . . . t . . I i ............
Wall. Margaret. Jefferson ........... .'. . .... 'i: . .
TOung. J. F Shaw ............v.... f . i. ..
Zlelisch, - Verna, ; Kicxreall . ........... ..'.I . .
Shaffer, Isabella,' care Anton Shaffer, Mt. Angel.
... .702.100 ;
.712,200
...600.100
...712,200
...712,500
I . .500,100
.;. 620,100
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...500,100.
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.. .400,800'
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...660,100
...712,400
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...590,400
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...540.200
...712,100.
,..712.400
.-.700.580
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The subscription rates of the Dally Pregon Statetman are
as follow: ... . '.. .' - '.. g - .'i-;i:iV''S.--:
. - By carrier In the city of Salem, 60t' cants a month; 11.50
for 3. months; 33.00 for 6 months; 36.00 per year.'' j .f'.',
By mall In Marlon and Polk counties, 0 cents a month
S1.25 (or t months; $2.50 for 6 months; $5.00 par year.
By mail outside of Marlon and Polk counties, 60 cents
month; 31.50 for" 3 months; 13.00 tor 6 months and 66.00 a
'year. ' . ." '" ." .' . - --: ;"--'-, j.. '..;
hot being jested with. '-"Yea, very
much." 'However, the English boil
it too long, making It a little too
strong, he continued,; feigning the
countenance of one who was re
signed to cultivate the "stronger"
taste, or else make his own.
- Discussing the subject of wheth
er the . income would cease pro
vided the scholar married an En
glish girl, the Rhodes man smiled
and declared - he - believed . single
ness of the candidate tor the schol
arship' was; a requirement for : ad
mission'; onlyt J but he committed
himself in the statement that be
didn't believe in International mar
riages as a theory," although they
might turn out all right in prac
tice. : ;
, Arthur Rosebraugh was bom In
Portland,4 hut attended grammar
school in ! Tillamook, . and . high
school In Salem, where he how re
sides. He entered the university
In the fall of '19,' leaving at the
end of the first quarter to attend
OAC, where he remained a year.
In : January '21, he returned . to
:he university, from. which he will
fraduata I rom law ' In the spring
it the age of 21. :! 'A ?y-.i.
7: Although he admits being a llt
.le ' more dreamy than a lawyer
should be, Oregon's honored, rep
resentative' is not content to lim
it himself to the . practice of law
exclusively. . He intends to -enter
.diplomatic, servlce.-work pn some'
commission, or ally himself in the
government service onmatters- of
international " concern.
OUCWUE!
PAIFJ FRDMBACK
St, Jacobs
Ah! Pain is gone!
Oil acts almost like magic
. Quickly? Yes.- Almost instant
relief ' from ' soreness, - stiffness
lameness and pain follows a gentle
rubbing, with St. Jacobs Oil.
" 'Rub this soothing, penetrating
oil right on your -painful . back(
and' relief comes. St. JacobsOU
is- a harmless, backache, lumbago
and sciatica cureVhlch never dis
appoints , and doean't v burn. - the
Skin. - ' --
Straighten up lT:Qu!t .complain'?
ing! ' Stop those torturous Stitches.;
In a moment yoi wlll-,forget that!
you ever had a weak 2 tack, be-.
cause" it won't ' hurt br3e stlf t r
lame. -DOn't' sufferf-- Get a smalt
trial bottle ot old, .honest' St. J$
cobs Oil from'-your druggist now
and get this "lasting: relief. AdyJ
Community Club Holds , .
1 Meeting at Mt. Angel
- Accepting an Invitation extend
ed' them' at the last meeting of
the 4 Community ' club by Rev.
Father- Alcu in, more than a - hun
dred members of the club motored
to' the' college on the evening of
Decem'ber. Il.-i- - a
. ', They were accorded a' hearty
welcome by the -Rt. Rev.-Father
Abbot Bernard Murphy, O. S. B.,
and the Fathers Alcuin and Odilo.
s-'-A ; pleasing, program was pre
pared for the visitors, which be
gan with an. inspection of the
biology laboratories and there to
the various , other departments,
class rooms, museum, study and
music halls and the chemistry la
boratory'. Interesting short talks
were given in explanation by the
heads of the different depart
ments, as the crowd wended their
way through the building led by
the Fathers Alcuin and Odilo. ;
m. Arriving at the college auditor
ium4 a fine surprise, ,was In store
for the visitors. First the assem
bly; -was "I addressed " by Father
Alcuin, rector of - Mt. E Angel . col
lege," who expressed his gratifica
tion to the visitors for the numer
ous attendance. . He ; spoke very
feelingly of the future of the col
lege. He told- his " listeners what
Mt." Angel college has done, and
Is -still doing for the education., of
young entrusted to; its care. ' He
dwelt. on the . necessity of a good
educatTony'and lauded Tils prede
cessors for the excellent,' work
they had performed. He asked !
for a better understanding be
tween city and college. . lie felt
that - there, is really need r for a
better acquaintance between .".the
two. f The problems of eaclr -affect
the other" Jh that they are" bound
up, in; the., purpose' of giving the
best. of. their services to - those
within their precincts. lie asked
for - the cooperation-: of the com
munity. in the things presented bj
the college in the class room; tb.e
stage and the campus.- He invited
the community, to "attend the ath
letic . meets,;.thus t -slwwiR; ' that
they are alive; to tin thini-; iic.ne
by the college, . and tho ! -nt
body. ,t i ; '.: .- ; ... . I ... 1 - t .
.Father. Alcuin's" address was .re
ceived with fine, app'ause.., Fbl
lowe d then' a selection. by .the col
lege orchestra under t the leader
ship' of Pro.f.y,C. I). Van . Perre.
The audience 'were then-entertain
ed by fwo, 'burnt t cork" .artists.
Several vocal as well as . instru
mental olos;tollQwed, .and after
the final selection by the orches
tra, J. J. Keber, in thename of
the conimunit' club, expressed his
thanks for- the cordial welcome
and pleasant entertainment at the
hands, of college faculty and the
student body. ' The . sentiment of
the visitors were voiced by three
reusing cheers -Mil Angel. yews.
Motley Crowd Celebrates
Xmas at Ellis Island
NEW YORK, Dec' 23. :In all
languages, by those ot most creeds
and colors - of the earth the ad
vent of Christmas was celebrated
here .in . the huge registry hall
of the Immigration station at Ellis
Island."--.'1. ' -.. ',
Of., the motley crowd of 800
half were clinging to the hope that
CHICHESTER S PILLS
MUwl am jrnr vntrM u i
ham. tmUtd Mtk Bio RJMi . S
SOLD BY CSL'CGtSTS BBOHi mi
If press criticisms count ' for
anything, " and" w ' have , every
reason to , believe they -do, the
originalLfStetson's' "production of
VUricie iTomV cabin' which will
be seen In the Grand theater,, for
matinee and ."evening perform
ances, on. Monday Dec. 31, " the
matinee commencing at 2:30, has
caught the public fancy. The dif
ferent theaters where the offer
ing has been presented are said to
have been crowded At ever,y per
formance .and no reasonable doubt
remains but that. , the season's
gross business, will. reach a figure
that wiH astonish -the theatrical
world. For" a play' holding-1 the
boa'fda for over" CO years.-durfing
which periodnot a single day has
elapsed h"en' It. bas been entirely
abseit irpni he theater, : "Uncle
Tom's' CabinV-' sti'll " exhibits won
der n I vi tali t y : Scior pedV r f d icu led
and rejected by, the elite of. the
aiore C Important i theaters, a few
years ago', It is'now ensconsed in
the very homes of art and refine
ment, and thousands are weeping
and laughing nightly at Its t
ous Incidents. '."'-''..
I doubt whether there haj
been' soravfsh and adequate a -ductjon
of thiff well known c.
as that Which tee "original
company will bring to this
The 'reputation of Xeon W. ;.
burn,' the dean of - American 1
trical' mantfgters, as a produc- r
big "productions Is well kno
most , theater gpers, but few ;
aware, of the , fact that this r
son's' production of the late J
rtQtJJeepber ?towe'.s
masterpiece Is one of the r
stupendous ever' sent on tour.
many t actors 'and actres?. ,
pleasfhg - reputations 'and pr
ality have never, nver before I
seen In any pje.nlatlon of 11:
wlL.fenowa.'playXl The cor- 7
numbers about. "30 " persons, i3.
eluding a fixtette of genuine t'-rk-Iesv
who have been especially P1.
gaged to . present ,thelrt ol ! t 3
southern melodies, so essential : -a'
proper and satlsfactoryiprc ' -c-tien
of "Uncle. Tom's Cabin."
cf
I he iloors of" the United ' States
had. not .been closed irrevocably
against", tbenY." " They "sat and lis
ten'ei with their more fortunate
companions to the carols of church
lingers and eagerly stepped In line
lo" tatfe a gift from Santa Claus,
who had something for a'ch. The
carols were sung in many, lang-
It's hard to understand what
some motorists are driving at.
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'. ?" man is back!, , As quick on
the draw as ever, -and ready to
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how ! It's a triumphant return for
the daddy of Western thrillers, and
" one jrou don't -want to miss!
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Merry Christmas to
Salem's Kiddies! .
FREE!
ALL children under J 10. years of
' age accompanied by .an adult
during the run of this big western
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