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Stage Competition ; Proves
. Too Much .for Local Pas
Passenger service on the Salem
Dallas and the Salem-Geer lines,
with the exception of mixed trains,
will be abandoned April 20, ac
cording to an announcement made
by .the Southern Pacific Friday,
Fcr justice of the
; Peace yy':"
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Motor? on the SHver'ton-Woodburn
lines will Also be taken off. Stiff
competition .by automobile Jiusses
i:t assigned . as the reason for the
vurtailraent of operation... All con
nections between Salem and Dal
las with the west side red elect rin
trains will be made, by stages.
which will ' accept tickets blt Uy
the railroad company. Basinet
between Fails City and Black
Roc V will be handled in the same
manner. - r - r - ' -;
x Present plans Include one mixed
train running between Saleia'and
Dallas, maintaining one-way serv
ice each day. The train wlll
leave Salem at 5;30 in the "morn
ing, except Sunday. The train -win
handle cream shipments 1 and
freight. ' Express and mail will be
sent by stage. i t
, - Only one steam 1 train 1 will be
operated on the east side, leaving
Albany about 6:35 In the morning
and i Silverton three hours .liter.
The return trip will be made by
way of Woodburn, Silverton ;and
Lebanon, leaving Portland around
1 o'clock. ' 1 (''
Nine trainmen In this district
will be iQld off. as a result 6i the
new time schedule1." All of the
regular men , will be absorbed by
other branches of the service.?"
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Four Silverton Letter ' ;
Baseball Players Put
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SILVERTON, Ore., April. 12.-r-(Special
to The Statesman,)
Twenty-five 'hign school, baseball
fans have turned out for practica
and it is said that the high school
will have a winning team this4sea
son with four former letter inen
hack. - i ..- ' " !'
Games so far scheduled are with
Albany, Salem, Kewberg. Tr?
games have been scheduled "with
each the first to be played at' Al
bany on April 18. ,
RAILROAD BRIDGE WASHED AWAY BY TWENTY-FOOT FLOOD
THAT SWEPT POTOMAC RIVERVALLEY TOWNS
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t.t r a ..ised In 1 feet above Its normal level. This 1 Hancock, 'Md., after the flood,
towns along iho valley ot tbe' Pot- 1 photograph, shows the wreckage of j waters had torn It from its foun-
ftsuAO -wl,ei Uk .river; ros twenty uus western liauroaa Dnage nea auoi v.
Valuable Merchandise '
Taken at Silverton Shop
SILVERTON. Ore.. APU 12.
(Special to The Statesman.)
Goods valued at more than $2000
were stolen' from ' the ; Women's
Specialty Shop at Silverton sonic
time during Wednesday night. The
discovery of - tbe theft was not
made .' until late .Thursday -night
as' in every cas the goods had
been removed from boxes and tpe
boxes1 replaced.-' Nothing but the
very? best 'materials were taken.
All of the cheape'r goods were un
distnrbedr : ix f "
. "Let kings and the ; triumph -of
kings yield TaSIore" songS. " 4
3 - .w
t HAVE been cutting out, bun&inslup jaS3 "clasfiring
, r , wall paper for many days to givetthe Saleta' acjityf :
ccmb real Surprises iri the Wall Paper tueliL y. 'rr.". ' .
Price ''.cubtinfj would fee useless,' a'one
:. . ab cut b r srdns until: the goods are inspected. - a ; ei. - jy? ' : ; 'n
WJMy ,14f H
: : l! 3 c'z dnyv W your walls cry but for relief relieve ; ,
llicm here wlulo bargains are at hand.
LIOI4DAY, the 14th TUESDAY, the 15th
and all tfcs OTHER DAYS until the 19 th
- Do Plot -Miss" TliiG or You Lose
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ImM Ob ; EMireini .
- FURNITURE i - RUGS PAINT - '
179 N. Ccnnercial
Mid Year Senior Takes . First
Place in High School
SILVERTON. Ore. April 11.
(Special to The Statesman.)
The oration of Esther Towe, a mid
year senior, won first place ' at
Silverton in the oratorical con
test sponsored by the Portland
Telegram. Helen Kleeb won" sec
ond place. : Both of the girls
chose Daniel Webster's Carier in
connection to the Constitution as
their subject. . " ! '
All juniors and seniors were re
quired to prepare orations1 for the
contest. The best orations wire
chosen from each class to enter
the high school contest. Those
taking part werer " LaRoy Soik,
Olaf Borrevlck, Helen Kleeb, Fath
er Towe, Kathleen Booth, Ronald
Hubbs, Donald Linn, and Edward
Syrlng. : .
Many Parte of State to
Get Highway Improvement
- The state highway commission
announces that bids for highway
construction, aggregating ; more
than 20 miles In length, will be
received at the next meeting! that
will be In Portland Tuesday,
April 29. The work consists main
ly! of grading-and' surfacing; and
Is located In different parts Of the
state, as follows: ' -A i ; I
Thirteen miles of broken stone
surfacing on The Dalles-Califor
nia highway in Deschutes county
between Allen ranch and Lapine.
In " Morrow county the grading
of the Lena section of the Oregon
Washington highway, 2.9 miles In
length. ; - ' ' '. i
Grading and surfacing of three
miles of the Roosevelt Coast
highway in Clatsop connty be
tween Seaside and ; Cannon Beach
Junctions . On the same : highway
In Tillamook county the grading
of one mile between Jetty Creek
and Brighton., .
? In Grant county eight-tenths
mile of grading and surfacing
town of John Day section of the
John Day highway. " ? I I
In addition to these : grading
and , surfacing projects,, bids will
he asked for . the furnishing ; of
10,000 cubic yards and : mainten
ance material to be delivered at
material to be delivered near Olal
Cloverdale,1 Tillamook countv, and
7500 cubic yards of maintenance
la in Douglas county.
creek for irrigation of eight acres
in Yamhill county.
'Andrew " Parker ef Vernonia,
water from an unnamed " branch
of Nehalem river for domestic pur
poses in Columbia county.
E. E. Bond of Lakeveiw, water
from springs for domestic pur
poses and irrigation of 11 acres In
Lake county. ..
P. N. Jurgens and Henry David
of Forest . Grove, water from ; an
unnamed spring for domestic pur
poses in Washington county. j.
:Nl E. Moffit of Clackamas, water
from Elliott spring : for domestic
purposes and development of 1 1
theoretical horsepower in Clacka
mas county. , .. ;
-tHarry Sordy! of Galice, water
from the south fork Rocky gulch
ami Bear gulch and Rich gulch for
mining and domestic purposes and
for " the Irrigation of 20 .acres, in
Josephine county. The cost is es
timated at $1,500.
till FEB t
TO MEET THURSDAY
Silverton Will Be Host for
Clubs of County for
SILVERTON. Ore.. April 12.
(Special to The S'.atesman.)
L. C. Eastman, ) president of the
Silverton Chamber of Commerce,
called a special meeting ot the
Chamber for the purpose of dis
cussing - plans for the .Marion
County Federated Clubs . which
will meet at Silverton April 25
j - The Silverton Chamber, of Com
nerce will put on a program and
two out side speakers have been
secured. The question of. the
Southern Pacific train service was
a if o discussed, f As it stands now
Silverton will only have one train
a day after April 20th. -
Southern Pacific Files
Application for Water
The Southern Pacific compary
has filed with the state ?'englaeer
ing department an application for
authority to appropriate 4 water
from Brimstone creek for railroad
and locomotive use at Leland. Jo
sephine '.s; county.. - The estimated
cost is $21,000. Other applications
received are: " ''-':f
. William? Madison Coleman ot
McMinnville, water t from , Baker
--Remember that we4 have a
complete supply of.' Easter
Lilies, Amestus, Hydrangeas,'
Carnations and many others.
Our budd'ng Veronicans are
in prime condition now. .
: -.(Florist) J ,
1270 ST. liberty. Phone 293-J
WILL! OPEN TONIGHT
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feet good. Rehearsals are to be
held for a few minutes after each
night service for at least the first
week, to .work up a: few, special
choir numbers. One of . the stirring
pieces sung at the rehearsal is a
Victory march, the composition of
Mrs. Demarest, that should rank
with the best of the Sousa marches
In strength, jbut ' with spiritual
words that make it into an entire
ly different kind of an army from
tbe Sousa kind.
Mrs. Demarest was a visitor In
Salem nine years ago, when she
stopped off at the Salem Indian
school on her way from the San
Francisco . Panama-Pacific expo
sition. She has never forgotten
the wonderful beauty of the Wil
lamette valley, nor the famous In
dian school that has ranked so
high in the annals of the original
i Pleasure Drive Yesterday
. The evangelistic party drove out
around Salem Saturday to see the
tulip farm, the state institutions
and the miles of blossoms now on
exhibition In : and around Salem
"Such, a beautiful, wonderfnl
world!" was Mrs. Demarest's Judg
ment. "How good- people ought
to ; be in such magnificent sur
roundings!" . : -C
The services open at 7:30 to
night att he armory. AH s the
cbolr singers are urged to- be on
hand at 7:15. to be sure of proper
seating. All the 19 ministers from
the churches that participate In the
union services are requested to
take their places on the platform,
where chairs hoave been reserved.
Rev. Ward Willis Long' will serve
as chairman, he being - president
of the. Salem ; Ministerial associa
tion that arranged for the coming
of the Demarest party. ., .
As there Is no rear entrance.
through which late-comers can. slip
unobtrusively after- the meeting
actually, begins, it especially
nrged ; that " the. audience met
promptly on time. The services
will not be too long, and prompt I
tude will make them more eniov.
able, as well as more efficient 'in
i Since ccmincr to Salem and find
ing such ft delightful home onea
(for their use the B.'' C MllM
nome at court. street-Mr.
and Mrs, Dera a f rt have decided
to send for their two little child
ren, now at the ' family home In
Chicago. Mr. Demarest's two boys.
aJtrr t . fill
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Copyright 1924 Hart Schaffner & Mine
Look in the Mirror Today and' Zzo
V :'::-y '. If YouPabsi :Ihcpscion-: - y ' ' :: ' "
TF YOITRE A LITTLE ASHAMED of what you see figure how tzsy it
1 would be to improve your appearance. If you have been a Jittls care
less you will probably see that your suit needs pressing and has a thre--bare
look; that your necktie is wrinkled your shoes, shirt and cc.-ar rro
out of gear with you. In short you'll discover that it's about tir.ie yen
spruced up a bit. . .' -
Take another look in that Mirror and ask yourself if a neat appearance
responsible for success and then decide whether you're going to be cne cr
the crowd or lead the crowd.
Our Hart Shaffner and IVIarx clothes will 'aid you ifi you are out for the
lead. If you need a suit why not come innow so that you may have it for
Easter. ; ; : : .'; .V ':;'r'-i:H "''"v-'-'. :;-; '
That new Easter Hat Is here that's
another thing yon can't miss. All tho
new shades in Stetsons, Mallorys n1
Hardemans are here.
Take a look and see how your supply
of shirts Is. We have just received a
big lot of new patterns so if you need
some drop in right away. . .
'CLOTHING -WO OLEN gTOREnre
Pride in appearance speeds Success
the eldest ot whom Is; 16 years of
age, are in school and will not
come,'' but the two babies will
come in the care of the nurse.
They should be 'here the last of
the coming week. :
The ministers of the union
churches are asked to meet with
Mrs. Demarest at the city library
Monday at 10:30 to go over he
work of organizing for the success
of the meetings. The Demarest
revivals have been wonderfully
successful wherever held, partly
because of the careful organizing
of the resources of workers and
material at hand. The same meth
ods will be followed in Salem is
In other places where they have
been so successfuL
I MEW CORPORATIONS I
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The, following articles of incor
poration were filed Saturday at
the office of W. E. Crews, state
Portland Radium Institute for
Cancer Portland; Incorporators,
Schiller B. Hermann, Thomas W.
Ross,, Victor St. Rayner; capital,
$150,000,. ., W;-.':-'.-.
Multnomah Foreign Born Vot
ers', club, Portland; incorporators.
Louis Eggers, Joe Zizlch, John
Vidonis; assets, $1000.
Nyssa Cooperative Lettuce
Growers. Nyssa; incorporators.
Peter Jensen, William Read, WI1J-
iam Read, William Duin. John
Kakabecke, L. R. Dreithaupt;
membership fee $ 1. :
7C PAY CASH , F03
' 1 AND TOOLS
, & Furniture Co.
Kest Prices PIJ
CS H. Ooxnl Et. Phone 047
il Lipshutz & Co., Portland; In
corporators, N. R. Llplhutz, Olivia
Lipshutz, Nathan Hllman ; "capi
tal, $5000; merchandise.
Killingsworth Mutual Water
company, Portland; incorporators,
Arnold Egger, E.-Bankus, George
C. Johnson; capital, $15,000. :: ..
Altsock, Fay & Co., Portland ;
incorporators, E. J. Altstock, E.
F, Fay, E. R. Fay CaplUl, $30,-
000; medical and surgical sup
; A permit to operate In Oregon
was issued, to the Umpqua. Mills
& Timber company, a Raymond,
Wash., corporation, capitalized at
$300,000. J. G. Startup of Reeds
port is attorney-in-fact for Oregon.
' ' Notice of an increase in capi
tal from $6000 to $12,000 was is
sued to the Portland agendy of the
Asia Sales corporation. -
I Too Late to Classify j
FOR SALE L. C. SMITH TYPE
wrlter, terms. - Address 1593,
4 care Statesman. 4-aprlC
Read the Classified Ads.
! Transfer Co.
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Dallas - Albuny-Monnjoutlx
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Oregon Pulp anil Pagar
Salem, Oregon '
Sulphite, and Manila Wrappings, also Butchers YTrcp
pings, Adding Machine Paper, Greaseproof, Gbr-lr:,
Drug Bond, Tissue Screenings and Specialties,
Are usually caused by kidney disorders. Back aches
ruin a man's vigor, cut down his energy and are most
annoying. : ' '
Try Schaefer's Kidney Pills for relief
Schaefer's Drur Store
, The Penslar Store
139 N. Commercial St. ' '