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FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 4 1924
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By Thornton fisher
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HEARD BY COMMITTEE,
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TltK" OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
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Dr. Nehemiah Boynton and
Hamilton Holt to Appear
blue ox aiyl digger or the Colum
bia river gorge. ' , i
No snowgreets the new arrivnl
and early flowers that bloom iu
the Spring, tra-la, tra-la. are out
with bright smiles. Orchards are
seeking to look their best and,
have already put forth their blos
soms in welcome. Gardens have
been planted, the old flannels
packed away in moth balls and'
small boys have begun to group on
vacant lots to play baseball.
Sure, Spring has come, and to
day is. the first day. s
Methodist churches last night
brought the total raised by the
First Methodist church to $4300,
about $ IS 00 short of the quota, k
was announced by Rev. IUaine E.
Klrkpatrick, pastor. The Jason
Lee church went over the top with
its campaign, raising-$2,000. The
Leslie Methodist will open its cam
paign next Sunday.
One of the greatest meetings of
its. kind Is Bchednled for ihe Firet
Presbyterian church tonight, when
two noted men wilt speak, Hamil
ton Holt, well known publicist and
editor, and pr, Fehemlah Boyhlon,
former, prominent eastern clergy
man and; now chairman of . the
management committee .- of the
World Alliance. t In view of the
reputation of the x speakers, it is
expected that the church will be
packed. Te"world court' will be
the keynote of the- discussion tonight,-
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.Some conception as to the numt
ber of activities In; which the two
men. have participated . may be
gleaned, from the :. following
sketches of. their .work during the
last few years. -;' j
"Mr. Holt as a number of organi
zations for the purpose of promoting-
International- friendship, rep
resented the League to Enforce
Peace at the Versailles Peace-conference;
'Among the organisations
In which he v ki officer 'or di
rector are the League to Enforce
Peace, the American-Scandinavian
Foundation, The American Society
of International, Law, ; the : Japan
Society, The Italy-America Society
National Institute, of 6ocIal
Science, the Church Peace Union
and the World Alhnce-ler Inter
, national. Friendship.' - He is also a
.member of the board of trustees of
the Near' East Relief and . with
Albert Shaw of the Review of Re
views, and Robert- J. Cuddiby of
the Literary Digest, coni posed the
nominating committee for the re
cent annual meeting of the board.
Dr. Boynton served, as pastor of
aj number of the 'leading Congre
gational churches of the east for
ai number of years prior to 1906,
since then he has devoted his full
u time to the work of the World
.' Alliance for International Friend
ship. During the war he served
as a. chaplain, entering the service
in 1917.1 .He Is just back from a
three months' sojourn in China in
the interests or international good
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Filbert Polishing. Machine
(s Made By Local Experts,
- Filbert growers of the northwest
are holding their first conference
In Vancouver, Wash., today. Et--
forts will be made to make an
annual event of the meeting. The
aim. of. the meeting is to gather
ideas on marketing and production
with the possibility of increasing
the acreage. No efforts will be
made to bring about a cooperative
Polished filberts ia the - latest
wrinkle in the industry and in or
der to polish .the nuts, William
Ray. and Earl Pearcy. of the Ore
gon Growers". Cooperative, associa.
tlon, have devised a machine for
this DurDose. The machine has
been placed in operation here and
is said to do the work perfectly
at the Salem plant. The nuts are
rubbed against each . other, when
they are placed, in a revolving
DcmarcKt Party Pat Set-
Preliminary plans for. the open
ing of the Demarest party evangel
ical services in Salem are under,
way, word having been "received
by Rev. Blaine Klrkpatrick,
pastor of the , . First Methodist
church, Thursday.' morning that
Mrs. Demarest. was. satisfied with
the proposal made' at a recent
meeting here at which nearly 15
churches were represented. The
evangelical campaign will open on
Church Drive, Progressing-
- Partial reports of committees
ifncharge of the campaign to fill
Salem's queta for the world set-
Ice work being carried out in the
amount for water if a flusher is
purchased, particular interest was
taken in equipment' provided with
a pumping outfit, it being pointed
out by Mayor John B. Giesy that
there are two creeks running
through the city and that it was
not necessary to purchase the ex
tra water. Those making the trip
besides Mayor Giesy were Alder
men A. F. Marcus, B. B. Her rick
and George W. Thompson, of the
street committee: Alderman Ralph
Thompson and Walter Low, street
church, the main address of the
lay. Dr. Carl Gregg Doney, pres
ident of, , Willamette university,
will preside at the-night meeting.
Mr, Holt is speaking on the world
court. " t .
Stolen Auto Recovered
The coupe belonging to August
Knitson, 1395 High street, which
was stolen from in front of Smith's
cigar store Wednesday night, wa3
recovered near Eola yesterday af
ternoon by Officer White.
Nearly every type of street flush
ing equipment in Portland was ex
amined and studied yesterday by
a committee from the city council
in order, to .learn more . about
equipment that is needed and that
probably will be ordered .for Sa
lem in the near future. As the
city would have to pay a greater
NpeaKer Jias uusy iay
Three addresses will be given
today by Hamilton Holt, notedtbe,
noted publicist and editor, who is
spending the day in the city. He1
will address an assembly at ,the
high school about 10 o'clock rid
then appear at the Willamette
university chapel services it'll: 25
o'clock. In the evening he will
speak at the First Presbyterian
211 Oregon Building -
Represent The Travelers Life Insurance,
Accident and Automobile Ins.
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Also Continental Underwriters Fire Insurance Co.
and Minneapolis Fire & Marine Insurance.
Your patronage, .solicited..
Home Phone 2082-M. Oregon BIdg. 1339
600 Acres Sign Pact
Twenty-one growers, represent
ing 000 acres of prunes, signed
contracts with the new Oregon
ciation at the mass meeting held
in Dallas this week, it was an
nounced at the Oregon Growers'
Cooperative association offices
yesterday. Approximately 150
growers of the district attended
the meeting. Small growers who
are interested are expected to
bring up the total acreage to 1000
A committee of the Dallas grow
ers will conduct a ' membership
campaign in the near future and
Growers' Cooperative Prune asso- every prune grower in the district
will be Visited. The Dallas quota
of signed acreage for organization
of a local branch of the associa
tion has been set at 2000 acres,
with a membership fee of $10 per
acre, This amount, it is said
would prove sufficient to ffnance
a packing plant at Dallas, which
would cost close to $20,000. There
are more than 4000 acres in the
Dallas district and . around 100
members of the old association
who are expected to sign up early
Qulmbjr was ; reported to be slck.
Whoc will go m Jhe stand, tojaor-,
row wag- uncertain. , ... "t i
In addition to developing, the
fight .. film : transaction, the,' coy-,'
mittee. today received several'..
bundles of telegrams,"- someT"?e-!
tween Roxle Stinson and , Jess
Smith, Borne relating to Attorney;
General Daugherty and his brother,
and some from Texas regarding
oil affairs. None was said io be
of great importance. ' 7 r
Corroborate Story, - -. , '
The Jess" Smith-Roxie Stinsan1
telegrams .werer.safd . to . corrobo-'
rate MIbs Stinson's testimony that
she . and Smith were in .frequudt
communication regarding financial
and other- matters v-.V,' t
Th& committee also today gave
a big, order tot the-department of-",
justice, ;i.throug Arthur v Robbr. .
chief ;.of ' Its mall.' hand files, sec-,
tionj .Upon Senator Wheeler's re
quest, he was directed to submit
a list of every case presented to
the department since Mr. " Daugh-?
ertytook, office,, about 60,000. in
all. Compilation of the list,;
. A cMiie ot ituuir tlW.' rm- ,
( f iil. to elderly people..? I" V
't Always rtliet im UkL if A;-'
Eaty-pluant-cff Uvr--mly2Se pt
Daugherty Has .No' Place in
; Gabirret'Says; Pennsyl
? vpnia Governor -
' LEWISBUHCi Plnn.,' March 20.
-The department or justice, nn
tiir Harrr Mi. Dangherty, has fail
ed. In its" task of defending the.
public domain, and Mr. Daugherty
"ha- no proper place in the'calH
lUet," Governor Plncbot of ,Penn
tvlvanla tonight told an open
meeting of the Shields Memorial
Bible clas of the-Lewtsburg Pre
byterian church J The governor
said that "the president himself
tAnnA it nAoiiiarv to take-the oil
v scandal prosecutions away front
tte department of Justice' to which
4r . taey rightly" belonged
' i"I have no personal quarrel with
Mr. Daugherty."jGoTernor Plnchot
sfon he ha ceipea ne in. my
to enforce, the law in Pepntyjvanla.
I think of him not as an Individual
but as the symbol of a wrong con
ception of. the obligations oi pumic
office and of the rauure
up to his duties." v '
Spring, are Came Today
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The United Army Stores, Inc., have leased our location aiid we must get
out. There is no time to waste, so we have marked the remainder; of: the
Gale & Co. stock at such ridiculously low prices that Saturday night should
find bare walls and empty shelves. This is our finish and we want, the. people;
of Salem who have patronized us so splendidly in the past, to take advantage
of the Greatest Bargains we have ever offered the people of Salem and vicinity .
Oh. boy!-What a grand
glorious feeling.' Spring are came.
At last the aimanac oew
that-the. winsome mla that ul a
forerunner, ot. spring, flowers, pic
nics and a feeling of general rest-
lessnesr duly, arrlrefl; came in on
the "breatli ormidnlghtv f
The season; always.welaoma; la
early thia teaft , nearUualxiweeka,
la fact, accordlngu to. Joe, Fink,
weather prophet and- partner- of
Taul Bunyaa; -"owner ot thefreat
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Foe ov thirty-five, years C4mnrt(
has been the foundation on which ,
her faith on bakeday. And never,
oaccC has. it feUcd heri becmtMf f
U. the purest, surest axxdmost de-
-nl-iKIt leavcner obtain able. .
- V . EVERY ' INGTREDIENTJUSEO t OITlbLY APROO BTtS FOOD
' Calamet retain! its inore--orry
leareaig rtrength tx the very last spoon'
fill. Made in the World! largest and most -.
sanit-ry bakkv g fjowder tori Wer it
" is never touched by homtn hands. Used
, .by more houtewiva, leading hotels, dk;i.
" Uurants, big railroads . and good bakers
; ; ' thao. ainyf otKee brandi Buy it try it
"'' ftlwars us ..
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; Salca?'aea as-tja-away o.nu .
Good quality 36-inch
' regular 35c 22c
36-In. Curtain Scrim 14c
All kinds of Buttons,
Soap Dyes, Hardware,
Window Polish, Coat
Hangers, Egg Beaters,
Paas Egg Dyes, Jar. Rub
bers, and hundreds of
Pans, Lamp Chimneys,
Hardware, Jewelry, Belt
ing, Caps and Mufflers,
Shelf ing Oil Cloth , and
many, other articles too
numerous to mention
Ladies' Heavy Fleece
Lined Underwear, Wool
Sweaters, Men's Dress
Boys! Blue Chambray
"Blouses I:.;.. 19c
i regular 65c, go at .42c,
280 Pairs of Ladies'
Rubbers will be
passed out absolutely
free to the early
Every Ladies' press1; in
the Store will be closed
out at one price t : .
Men's 2-piece Summer
" - Under wear go at
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Men's $1 Work Shirts
'Will now be closed but
.for these two, days at .
Buster Brown's; J FinesJ
Hose for boyV sold regu
lar for 75c, nowgoes at
Ladies' New Spring Hats
Ladies' Fibre Silk Hose,
regular 65c, now
Pure Linen Weft, sold
regular $1 .75, now
Children's Hose go at
All .Wnolen Goods
go at ....89d
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$1 Granite Ware at 49c
Figured i Batiste, : ' - -
regular 25c ............13c
Hope Muslin, now .... 17c
N. Commercial .Street
N. Commercial Street
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