The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, April 29, 1924, Page 3, Image 3

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Bunding permits issued by Mar
ten Poulsen, cuy recuruei,
7t -b cmlth atnrv and a.
follows; I. . u.
half residence, 998 North Sum-
line' 605 Madison. I3Q0O and Bra
iln & Bulgin. dwelling 1465 North
Cottage. 92000.
Don't Fatt " ' ,
To see the new styles and col
orings Jn floor lamp shades etc.,
t Hamilton's. apr29.
Armington Return Home :
After spending two months In
California for the purpose of sell
ing his fruit Juice products. War
ren Armington returned to Salem
OTer the week-end. He reported
that he had been unable to make
single sale. -,;--;:! ..';;
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Just the .lamp shad you want
at Hamilton's. apr29.
Sivmlm Par Fin1
Three Portland speeders who
i were cited to appear in the Justice
court sent word to Judge P. J.
Kuntx to .notify them of the
1 amount , of their fine and. they
would remit, These men and the
fines were as follows: G. F. Ed
gerton, $15; A. B. Conley, S30;
and James Bell $25. Others who
were cited to- appear in the, court
were C. L 'Kelson, fort speeding,
and Joseph -.Lyons; and J.'H. Cpgan
for parking on the, highway. The
men were1 arrested over the week
end by staia'iratxrc sfficers.,
Tracy sold flye used cars Satur
day, there must .be - , reason--
Traffic Vk)Utors Tmed-. '
More than the usual number of
" arrests .forVJraific riolaUona ap
peared on the police: blotter ' over
the week-end. ..-Those who paid
fines iafthe police court yesterday
were: T. E.. Hatfield, DixonTlUe,
How to Gusrd
The best way to guard against
appendicitis Is to flush both up
per and lower bowel onceva week
with simple glycerine, ;iuckthorn
1 bark, etc., as mixed , in 'Adlerika.
? Most medicines act onlybn lower
bowel bat Adlerika acts on BOTH
upper ' and " lower "bowel and . re
moTes all - poisons. Helps any
case gas on stomach in TEN min
ute Excellent for obstinate con
' stlpatlotu J. C. Perry, Druggist,
115 S Commercial St. Adv.
TSZVTJ2 AND -' FEEL ".SAFE
;:CON(XaDlA''
. INSURANCE V
' ; - MRS. MOYER
147 N. ComL Room 6
411 Oregon Eldi. Phone- 457
The iEeavy-Ea Icszxance
General Insurance
Ia CiisineWjtor Your
;'.-:vtt - Health: ' '.;
175 N. CcriX; - Phone 167
? v ciSTEOPATnT 'r
The Original and Genuine Spin,
al Adjustment.Treatment. Skill
ful, Painless Adjustment that
gets results. -.
BR. L. C MARSHALL
Osteopathic Physician and
vn Surgeon
C23 Oregon Bldg. Salem
D2. AUrtAJTS METHOD
of Xlectronic Diagnosis and
Treatment 14 not taught to
chiropractic doctors. Chiro-
S,tor" i" usIag tne letters
(E.R-A-) . are misleading the
public. Dr. Abram's grad
uates are Issued diplomas, and
Abram's name is on his ma
chines. 506 U. S. Bank Bldg. Salem, Or.
DR. B. H. WHITE
LADD & BUSH
B ANKERS . -
Established 1868k
General Banians Bimncs
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.OriicaTIours f rca
new in Bmm
$5 and Sam Palmerton, 290 North
Eighteenth; $2.50 for haying no
lights; . Vera Wirth, route '4, $5
for failure to dim; Raymond Bone
steele, $5, speeding; M. W. Rlne
hart, of Condon, and William Han
sen. of South i Beach, each for
feited $5 for failure to dim their
headlights. - Laura Ammon, t ot
Amity, cited to '. appear for failure
to dim headlights, escaped with
out a fine. . ' - - -
If you Are Interested
In a good used car be sure to
see Tracy before buying. a25tf.
Rotarians Entertain Boys
Boys will predominate at the
Wednesday luncheon of . the Ro
tary luncheon of the Rotary club,
when members of the organiza
tion entertain members of the Sa
lem Boys chorus. , The program
Is in keeping with national boys'
week, and short talks of Interest
to the boys, as Well as to those In
terested in boys work, will be
made.. Owing; to the large num
ber which will be present, the
luncheon will be held in the large
dining room of the Marion hotel.
The Used Car Man -
Tracr is the used car merchant
with the F. W. Pettyjohn Co. i
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Forfeits Drivers' License
Farther arrests for violations
of traffic ordinances have brought
Ben Kantleberg, 1375 North
Twelfth, J to the police ' station
many times in the last few months.
When he appeared yesterday to
answer to a charge of having no
headlight or tall lights on his auto
mobile, he was fined $20 and his
driver's license suspended until
June 1, by Police Judge Marten
Poulsen. ' . . ; ,
Good Buys j
.' If It is.not ft good buy in a used
car, Tracy won't sell it. a25tf.
Had Concealed TVeapoil
An overgrown knife similar to
a dirk is not the'proper plaything
for a youth, according to Marten
Poulsen, police judge, who fined
Nathan Dyer, 1715 North Liberty
$5 for' carrying a concealed weap
on when he appeared In the police
court Monday.1 Dyer was -arrested
by Officer Thompson Sunday
morning
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Improved Kodak Service
Capital drug .store, .kodak ser
vice improved. All work done on
Velox paper In that famous gloss
finish at the, same price as ordi
nary finish' and guaranteed by Z.
J. Riggs. Films in by 8 p. m.
ready for ybu afS'aTm.' "Films In
at one p: mr.'.- ready at- 6p.ni.'wa2J
Salem .Debates AsWand
Salem high school will meet the
Ashland high school debating
team at Eugene next Monday night
in the finals' of I the Interdlstrlct
debates and ; to settle the' cham
pionship of western Oregon, Q.'H.
Horning, coach, said Monday. The
debate was originally , scheduled
for last night but was postponed:
Both - Benoit McCroskey, one of
the local debaters, and one of the
Ashland team are taking part In
h tate oratorical 1 contest. Sa
lem expects, to run up against an
DR. B. H. WHITE
DB. .AXNE BRE3EKB
- Osteopathic
Physician and Sdrgeona
The only physicians in Salem
using Dr. Abram'a method of
Electronic Diagnosis and
"ment. . ;
506 U. 8. Natl Bank BXdg
' Salem. "
Poimlrar Priced
Tailored Suits 25 to f45
Uen'ai and Young Men's
d,h;mosher
" ' ) Tailor. .'
, DR. HARRISON X, FOLK
" $aii r 3
DR. PAUL G. STAPRAH
I'Electronlo jPhyslcians
We practice electronic diag
nosis and. treatment as taught
and practiced by Dr. Abrams.
We are the only physicians la
Salem who use the latest per
fected machines which get re
sults In one half of the Jtime. '
. 't .THE ERA CXXXIO
1484 State, Corner 15tla
: Hours a. m. to 8 p. m.
Consultation Free.
Promotes Good Health
jOne-Thlrd XJreaia
H.' H HIDEO DT, Proprletof
10 a. n. lo 3 p. tu
exceptionally good team when It
meets the . Jackson county J de
baters, Mr. Horning said. ' The
final debates to decide the state
championship will be held in Eu
gene about May 17.
New Shipment
Of floor lamp shades Just arriv
ed at Hamilton's. apr 2 9.
Cider is Sold i
Gideon Stoltz has purchased
21,000 gallons of vinegar mater
ial from the Commercial Cider
Works, it was announced yester
day by Justice of the Peace P. J.
Kuntz, referee. The price paid
was 3 cents. .
Just Arrived .
A beautiful line of silk lamp
shades. C. S. Hamilton. apr 2 9.
Visits Bit. Angel
Mr. and Mrs. James Soverign,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Edwards, of
The - Statesman, accompanied by
Mrs. Pat Fallon, motored to Mt.
Angel Sunday, where they visited
the Catholic schools. They were
highly pleased with the reception
they received. 1 . -1 t . . . .. , ;
New Lighting Fixtures-
Get our prices and save money.
Salem Electric Co4 F. S. Barton,
prop.. Masonic - .Temple. Phone
1200. xn9tt
Drank . Man Is Fined
For the privilege of getting
drunk, Jack Adams paid $30 in
the police court Monday. He was
arrested at Twenty-first and State
late Saturday night by Officer Ol
son. . ...
A Jersey Sale
The Lucklamute Farm at Mon
mouth is advertising an auction
sale of Jerseys for May 21. This
snlendld herd is owned by Frank
Loughary and Son. Colonel J. W.
Hughes will be auctioneer and E.
A. Rhoten will be sales manager.
The catalogues were printed by
the Statesman Job Department.
It is an unusually large sale.
Newton Chevrolet
Have moved their shop to their
new building, corner Chemeketa
and Hlgh-a29.
World Record
S. J. Magee will have an auction
sale of world record Jerseys on
Tuesday, May 20, at his farm near
Independence, Ore. "' This sale is a
dispersal of his entire herd. In
cluding medals of 'merit, gold and
silver medal cows, gold f medal
bull, and offspring. E. A. Rho
ten is sales manager. 'The cata
logs were printed hy The States
man Job ; department. , U f:f ' t.i
Dr. Mendelsohn Recovered
The manr friends and natrons of
Dr. Mendelsohn will be pleased to
know that he has recovered and si J
now keeping regular office hours
In the U. S. Bank bldg. a29. ' :
Crossing Allowed
The public service commission
yesterday issued an order granting
to . the Oregon, Pacific & Eastern
Railroad ; company 'authority to
construct a grade crossing over an
open road in Lane county.
Dance -Thursday Evening?
Dallas armory. Orioles playing.
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COOLET Ruth Lenore ' Cooley
died at the home of her sister
, in Portland, April the . 28, 1924,
at the age of 22 years. She is
survived by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Cooley of 1275 North
Sixth street, Salem; two sisters,
: Mrs. Hazel Hoif of Portland
. and Mrs. Dorothy Young of Sa
1 lem; two brothers, Russel - of
Portland and Victor of Salem.
. Funeral-services will be held
at the Free Methodist church
Wednesday, April 30, at 2:30
p. m. Webb ' Funeral Parlors
in charge of arrangements.
THOMAS- John Wessley Thomas
died at his home, 2234 North
Broadway, April 28, 1924. He
is survived -by Ms widow, Mrs.
' J. W. Thomas of Salem; three
sons, H. D. Thomas of Port
land. Calvin and Beryl Thomas
of Salem. .Funeral announce
ments later. Webb Funeral par
lors in charge of arrangements,
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WEBB'S FUNERAL
j FUXERAL DIRECTORS
Cxpert Kmnalmevs) ' ' '
SOS 8. Caurek Phoaa ISO 1 i
niGDon a sows
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Uneaualed Eeryics
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Dr. Mendelsohn
FITS GLASSES
CORRECTLY
Does Not Belong to Any
Combine.
HIS PRICES are very rea
sonable for the mater
ials and service given. More,
than one third of a century '
of practical experience' is at
your service. He guarantees
satisfaction in every respect.
If glasses do not give satis
faction, they will be changed
free for a' period of one year.
PHOXE 723..
210-11 United States Dank
.. Building s . ,
Frank Aral Dead 5-
Frank il. Aral died at his home
in Oakland, Cal.; j Sunday. April
27. He was born- in. Salem in
1S69, going with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Oliver Oral, in 1875 to
French Prairie, where his broth
ers,-Louis and Augustus, and sis
ter, Mrs. Pauline .Turtle, are now
residing. A brother, Oliver, died
in August, 1923. In 1896 Frank
Aral was married to Mary Con-
naire at Santa Clara, CaL - His
widow and two children, James
and Anna, survive. The funeral
will be held from a Catholic
church in Oakland, Cal. " '
Strollers Bargain Dance-
Dreamland Tuesday, April 29.
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Notco to Lot.Owne;
In Lee Mission cemetery: We
have made some very substantial
improvements in this cemetery and
are anxious that, all lots should be
put in fine appearance tor Decora
tion day. Kindly have your space
fixed up for that occasion. If yon
wish us to do the work, please no
tify W.T.Rigdon or C P. Wells;
Send money s follows: full lot.
$2; half lot $1; single grave, SO
cents. All lots not paid for - by
Decoration day will be subject to
resale. - Look up your deed and
see if you have paid for your space.
Lee Mission Cemetery Board.
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Dundee People in Salei
r A large party of Dundee people
were in Salem yesterday, and were
shown through the various state
institutions. Among those in ' the
party were Mrs. H. Holzmeyer,
May Groth, Marjorie Parrett, Wln
nifred Rouke," Marjorie Llvengood,
Everett Livengood, C. R. Fisher,
Very 1 Livengood, . Louis Nelson,
Alfred Holzmeyer and John',F.
Gagon. "
Egan Funeral Is Held
Funeral services for the .late
William Egan,' pioneer resident of
Marion county, who died at his
home near Hopmere .Friday morn
ing, were held from. SU Joseph's
Catholic church Monday morning.
One of the largest crowds ever to
attend a funeral service at the
Catholic church paid honor to the
departed pioneer. - Many of those
present were from Gervais, Hop
mere and Brooks. r f
More .Infections Reported
Charles A. Park has received
further ! word of the foot and
mouth disease in California, from
George H. Hecke. The telegram
received Mpnday stated "Satur
day; three infected ranches, Los
Angeles county, 74. cattle ; one In
fected herd. Pinole, Contra Costa
county, 100 Seattle, 11 hogs, six
sheep; Sunday, one infected. herd,
Los Angeles -county, 66 cattle;
two infected herds, Merced county,
69 cattle; 35 hogs. All Infections
in infected area. ,
School Gives Concert
' A number of Salem Klwanians
motored j to the ; boys " training
school Sunday afternoon to attend
the concert given on the school
grounds .by the hoys band. This
was a special invitation extended
by Superintendent "L. M. Gilbert.
Spaulding Again Cuta Shift
' . Another reduction in shifts was
announced by the Spaulding Log-
SOAKS RIG! IT l
ifJD LIMBERS
U? STIFF IOIHTS
Always remember when
Joint-Ease gets in joint agony
geis out ' uicn.
Stiff, swollen, inflamed, rheu
matic Joints should be treated with
a remedy made for Just that pur
nnsA onlv. ' ' x
- 'Jtemember the name of this
discoverv in Joint-Ease and it will
take' out the agony, .reduce the
sweuing , vna. iimoer up bj
trmihlorl Ininf nf tr . ordfnarv cure-
all have miserably failed. Just
rub it on 60c a'tube alTanytlrug-.
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Ulsts ask for Joint-Ease Ayr.
glag company Monday, to go into
ejfec$ May 1. "The new shift will
be eight hours and , will operate
Instead of the present two six
hour "shifts. The . change will ef
fect nearly 100" workers. Discon
tinuance of logging" operations at
Grande Ronde and . the ' rail 'order
reduction on lumber shipments In
to California are given as reasons
for . the ; change. Officials '. were
unable to - say. when the, double
shift plan will be resumed.
Elks Entertain GAR'
All members of the GAR are
Invited to ; the Elks lodge next
Thursday night when a special en
tertainment will be given in their
honor;'. Dinner will be served at
6:80 o'clock. All members of 4Jae
GAR are expected to telephone
their names and addresses to the
Elks headquarters, and an auto
mobile will call for them and re
turn the'm home after the enter
tainment. Msyor is Thirteenth -
Mayor John B. . Glesy cannot
help ut comment upon the place
he drew on the 1 ballot, for after
No. 13 is his name. Mayor Glesy
Is not superstitious, however, and
believes he may be able to over
come the handicap.
Sign-up is Postponed
7 . Growers in the Umpqua district
are not attempting to sign up for
the new-Oregon Growers Coopera
tive Prune association, according
to M. J. Newhouse, . general man
ager, who has returned from
Douglas county, where meetings
were held last weez. While ama
Jority of -the growers are in favor
of cooperative marketing, there is
a ' difference: in , sentiment as to
the plan to be pursued and the
conditions are-not yet ripe for a
signup, he said. Bankers expect
to call a meeting there in a short
time to go over the ' situation
from every angle. : 5 f '
Teaching Patrol Leading
' Instructions ; in patrol leading
were started last night by the Wil
lamette council of the Boy Scouts
of America. Chemawa and Sil
verton received instructions last
night, with Albany scheduled for
tonight. J Dallas and Monmouth
Wednesday; Corvallls Thursday;
Salem, Gervais and ' Aurora Satur
day night, i Latest methods of
leadership training will be given
to the boy patrol' leaders of all the
troops. The school is being con
ducted under- the direction . of
Scout Executives K. L. Haga and
Howard Zinser. j j
Many at Bible Class f
The John & Evans Bible class
for men at the Bligh theater Sun
day morning brought' out 15-0
men, a large number of whom are
attending. Jhelr first ctass. Agnew
Demarest sang and spoke briefly.
Special music by the class was en
joyed.' Chester ' Lee presided ' as
platform man.
I BITS FOR BREAKFAST
rt Yelling for rain
.- Some of our farmers are yelling
for it. They will likely get their
wish. But most crops could stand
a good deal of sunshine yet with
out suffering, r "
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It is a pity, so much destruc
tion of timber by forest fires, and
so early in the season.
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j Editor Frank Irvine would hot
injure the good name of the" state
industrial school for . boys if he
realized how good it really is. See
editorial columns. In a company
of 2460 boys, alL supposed to be
"bad boys," 36 hard-boiled ones
is not a poor record.. And some
of the hard-boiled ones have turn
ed out all right. They are men
now. - ". V.
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England's foremost mental ex
pert says no person in. the world
1 entirely sane. This will afford
a convenient alibi to cover the
lapses of all of us. i , '.
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' Optometrists assert that there
are more than 25,000,000 people
in America who are suffering from
defective vision. 4 man ,n a Sa"
lem barber shop says he didn't
know there were that many demo
crats in the world. . t
Speaking of harmonies, there
are a lot of men in the world who
cannot get hats to match their
heads, i A Salem clothing man says
that even the idea of soft hats for
soft heads doesn't work out in all
cases, t . . -
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. Citizens pfj Mexico are supposed
to make Income. tax returns every
month, but lotsof them escape by
cutting out the income..
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We have the word of John Mc
Graw 'tbat thif will be the great
est f baseball :year the , game has
kiaown 4 Possibly that will be for
a' congressional investigation tq
determine. -The solons .may. want
to know where Babo Ruth keeps
his home runs. .
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rioJSlogah on Ballot
After Shepherd's Fiame
George Shepard of Portland,
candidate for the Republican nom
ination 'for vice .president of the
United States, will not have a slo
gan 'after his name on the" Oregon
Brtmary.JalloJtas a result of a rul
inhmti0layiby Judge, George" G.
Bingham. Secretary of State Ko-
Republicans Urged to 1 I!
fiame Cadle for.Sheriff
The Republicans of, Polk county
have a chance to make an unusual
ly good selections f or . sheriff if
they nominate A. R. Cadle wio is
asking for the nomination. Mr.
Cadle is experienced as a business
man. He is a. successful farmer
A. R. CADLE '-
and understands the people of his
county to. a marked degree.. He
was born and: raised on a farm,
educated-at Marysvllle,' Tenn. He
came to Oregon in 1905 and locat
ed on a farm near Rickreal ' which
he still occupies.. In 1911 he was
Instructor of the YMCA automo
bile school, at Portland, holding
the position for two years. From
1914 to 1921 he carried on a mer
cantile establishment in Rickreal
together with .his farm, business.
He: was active tin war work and
headed , a .number' of .drives. He
has always been a progressive cl'l
zen,, alert to the needs of the peo
ple and In sympathy with them. He
is a member of " the Evangelical
church at Rickreal and the Mason
ic lodge at the same place and the
Masonic order at Dallas. . He , has
always taken a large interest in
education, being responsible for. a
number , of school laws hlch he
fostered. .He is a member of the
school board of this community
and has always taken a deep" interest-
in educational : work. He
has devoted much time to the pub
lic welfare, and no man in Polk
county has a better record. The
nomination of Mr. Cadle followed
by his election will mean an eco
nomical law enforcement policy !n
his -county''' ;
zer refused to put the slogan on
because; he said, the law does not
contemplate slogans for presiden
tial and vice presidential candi
dates. Shepard brought mandam
us 'proceedings and Kozer demur
red. After an argument yesterday
the court upheld the demurrer on
grounds that if the writ were
granted much confusion would be
caused ' since some of the ballots
are already printed. Shepard's slo
gan that he submitted " was ' "A
world court; American merchant
marine; deep water to the sea."
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You have the authority of doc
i tors and dentists for this statement.
; Your own experience will prove
1 it, if you wiU use WRIGLEY'S
after every meal. ,
The following quotations from a recent work
;on teeth and health are worth remembering:
' "Dentists Have found that the exercise of cum
chewing brings about a better nutrition of the '
' .teeth . ; . v:.-.- ;-;;.' . V J
"The cleansing action of the gum between the
teeth helps to keep them free from the particles
which lodge in the crevices and cause decay.
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The . busy man-rcr , woman either rarely
has time to clean the teeth after eating. Yet
they should be cleaned, and
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ter every
will do it. Also it will
aid digestion and furnish
welcome refreshment to
: mouth and throat.
Sealed in its purity
. , package bringing all its
' original goodness and
, flavor to you.
Gcr your Wrigley
benefit today!
Try Wesley's after smoking
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PERSONALS ;
F. M. Bailey of Clackamas was
a Salem visitor Monday afternoon.
WHllam Campbell and William
Gupton were in the city recently
from Tillamook. : -
Fred Beck of Klamath Falls
spent the' week-end In Salem. -
B. M. Collins of Corvallis was
in the city yesterday to visit his
son, Fred Collins, assistant man
ager for the Standard Oil com
pany, here.. ; .
' Cecil Barnard of Dallas was in
the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Thompson of
Elk City were week-end visitors in
the city. - ' ''
C. B. Craber was in Salem Sun
day from Independence. J .
. R. Fate of Myrtle Creek . is in
the city on business. He , is a
member of -the board of , directors
of the Oregon association.
Miss Viola Krochell of Los An
geles is visiting her mother, Mrs.
H. E. Abry, of 1819 South Thir
teenth. . : . . '
Barbara Riessen, ' manager of
the Hillsboro branch v of Miller's
department store, is in the city on
business.
- Miss Mona Schaum of the State
terminal spent Sunday in Eugene.
She was accompanied to Salem by
Miss Sena Morrison, former Salem
girl, who. will Temain for. a short
visit here with friends.
. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. Mulkey of Mon
mouth were in the city yesterday.
Western Union Company
Files Annual Report
i Of Their Stock
The ; Western . Union Telegraph
company paid no, dividends as a
result of its operations - in 1 923,
according to the ; annual ' report,
which was filed f yesterday 4-with
the .public service - commission.
The report,: covering ,. the entire
system, : shows operating revenues
of $111,733,560.28, operating ex
penses of $$8,985,234.42.'. net op
erating revenue of J22.748.325.86,
which was less by $2585 'than
the previous year, and the net
income was $13,646,304.75. Taxes
paid amounted:, to $4,806,000. a
reduction of 1167,000 from the
previous year. :; ,
Bargain Dance
TUESDAY,; APRIL 29
DREAMLAND
. Featuring -'- )
Bob Christeusen ' Saxophonist )
' . And
Vincent Keryte (Bass Artist)
VGentlemen i 75c," Inc. tax.
Ladies Free-
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DEMONSTRATES
RICEMETHOD
FREE TO ALL
Mrs. F. E. Williams, represent
ing William S. Rice, .Adams, 11..
Y., Inventor of the famous TJcs
(Non-Surgical) Method for Rup
ture will be at the Marion Hotel,
Salem, Oreg., Tuesday, April 29,
and at Albany Hotel, .Albany,
Oreg., Thursday, May 1, , to dsn-,
onstrate . a new special corset at
tachment that holds any rapture .
no matter how lafrge. Even if tfc3
abdomen - is very tleshy.'it holi3
any rupture with ease,' comfort
and security.
Every woman
who h' . fceea
compelled' t o
wear an cr J!-'
nary . tru
abdomical r -'
1ort ' r. j j,
roosiiig, 'X a 3
a n -d . - chafirs
caused L y n a r-
row -ban(?.?. , The ..
' vw.e!r,itI. . 3
abdomeh .., c. r..
. pressure neces
sary in holding
the r u p t u i "
must be carric i '
by i the ; . tarl
around the t:
and t:.e .pr 3
sure Is . to-
SpecUi? Combine! times very ' : . .
ISfinW C" 'caus!ag f c:
special, broad supporting cc
back distributes the pressure n
to do away with all cuttirs t
chafing. , ' -
: ."There are thousands of wo r
who are in perfect misery l-c:
they cannot find anything tl.it , I
hold their rupture and "the at
en at - the - same , tine.' T ?
pliances usually worn . a r - : ,
bulky, chafing and irrltati ". 1
this, wonderful Combined Cr ;
Back Support is ligbt, . f ' - - " '
durable and cool and fits t 1 -ure
like a glove. It -gives ycu
sense of .absolute .confr-rt . ' '
protection' while at th e x 1 3 1 1
greatly improving abdcnL-.l c
lines. - -a,,,...
Trusses Jn common tsa are re t
adapted, to women androftea i)
great ,harm. ... Women . therefor?,
suffer more and - are in . greater
danger .from rupture , than men,
and all women, who have rup
tures or who wear an abdon"- I '
support .of any , kind Ehoul l i V
fail to call and see thi3 wo-... .
Combined Corset Back Ssrreri.
No description or illustration t. 3
fully convey the remarkable ut"
ity of this splendid Surport.
must be seen; it must be put
to convince any woman that it x
designed for her. Mrs. Will!;
takes a' large woman J he t ; 1 :
is,, all out of shape and tin: ' ' : -and
by this remarkatlj crs :
Support gives her a natural, r:
trim figure. '
r She will also give full instr: r
tlops on how to handle and card
for any rupture, large or'ss:::.
She will show , how. to hold any
kind of Tupture from the timpl 3
groin and femoral to the larr ?
and difficult Navel and after C. . .
atlon Ruptures, without chafin",
or squeezing, alsp how to wear tL j
corset correctly. ;
Don't let this great opportun
ity get away from you. Don't
continue to suffer the burden c Z
rupture and truss wearing wr 1 it
is so entirely unnecessary. Yc
call on this Lady Expert is euro t
prove one of the best things 3 -j
ever did. She will be there c
two days,' then your opportunity
will be gone. The fitting and dem
onstration are free. It don't cc t
you a penny to learn all at out t '
Rice Method and the wonder 1
opportunity for help it' offers in
your case. After' demonstration
you can purchase" the Outfit re
quired if you wish.
Call any time from 9 to 12 a.
m., 2. to 5 p. m., or 7 to. 9 eve .
ings. Just ask at the hotel d . :
for the Rice Representative an i
she will do the rest.- .
W. 8. RICE, Inc., , Adams, ?, Y.
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All Sizes.
. Headquarters For
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