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FU1DAY MOUNINO. JUNil 13, VJ2-1
FALIOUS PEA-SHELLERS OF COVENT GARDEN DISCUSS NEWS
OF DAY WITH MARY, WHO'S BEEN AT POST 50 YEARS
Applicants Present From En-
tire County and. Other
, . Parts of State :
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Sixty-eight appiicaots for one
andiliYe-year certificates register
ed ' lor the openin g day ot the
Ute teachers' "examination at the
First Christian church Wednesday.
Those who, are seeking lite certifi
cates will take, their examination
later. In the week. Others are ex
rccted, to register today. Mrs.
Cora, Reid of the county school
nuperintendent'a office Is in
charge. . , . " 7 ',
I Those registering Tor the exam
ination this week are as follows:
, Roselia W. -Richardson, Silver
ton; , Sylva W. Jones, Gervais;
Iaella Norton, Tonquin; Mrs. Lil
lian p. Williamson. HulU; Clara
J Larson. Silverton; Mabelie
Toewe, Silverton:, Hazel Helen
Slater, Monmouth; Marie F. Gilr
hert. Macleay; Irene Oolwell. Mon
mouth; Nellie J. Marthaler, Cer
Tais; Marjorie V. Miller, Scott3
Mills;" Hazel Kirk. St. Paul; Grace
Reed. Iuibard: H. C. Todd, route
"7, Salem;. yerna Lamb Cone, Sil
verton; James C. Bowner, Silver
ton; 'HirdleE. Howe. Monmouth;
Esther Connell Mathews, Jeffer
son; Mrs. Laura S.' Ballard. Port
land; Mary, E. Klaraer. Mon
niouth; Hazel f. Ferris, Lyons;
Anna L pndsay. Lyons; Hattie
Kuikep. Silverton;;."oiive Speer.
Freewater; Ella p. Forgard., Sil
verton; Lillian Ko wash. Wood
hum; Sarah Sims. Woodburn;
Mae RliiBt. AVoodburn: Mrs. F. A.
Norton. Tonjjuin; , Mrs. Grace Du
Bols, Adams; Gayetts D. Rarrett.
Tiirner; Ethel .Freeman, Ashland;
Gladys E.Emofy, Macleay; Doro
thy Erskine. Jefferson; Lest a K.
Covent Garden. London, presents
picturt-sque grroups of ' vegetable
and flower venders. An the pea
sheller ait- at their task, their
tongnes move almost as swiftly as
their well trained f.ngers. In some;
mysterious way the happenings of
the day reach Coven t Garden al
most before the newspapers know
about them and gossip lightens the
wprk. In the above photograph at
the extremo left is a well 'known'
character known as Mary.
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CLOTHING "-WOOLEN MILX.3 STORE urt
If .of head or. throat is ustuJly
? benefiud by the Ttpors of
0 C 3
QW IT At i f iian Jmrm Ua Ymrt
ym PAY CASH FOR
Capital Hardware &
Purmture Go. '
-Best Priees Paid
2S3 If. CpaTI S. Phone 347
Weed, Vernonia; Violet Judy, Ger
vais; Thelma Delzell, Turner; F.
. Boyington, Gates; Mabel G.
Boyington, Gates; Verna Tattle,
Scappoose; K. W. Emmett. Ham
let; William rW. Fox, Woodburn;
Catherine Connolly. Fall " Creek;
Helen M. Guiss. Woodburn; Clyde
Hopper, Mehania. ' - 1
Salem people taking the exam
inations were Helen Hollen Jled
ine, . F. M. Ennor, Martin Iewi9,
Mrs. Ada E. Vest, Mrs. A; C. Beers,
Nellie E. Hammar, Beulah Madill
Fisher, Ruby M. ' Kiser, Mabel
Hale. Carrie M. Larsen. Mrs. Ger
trude Kirkpatrick, W. Land on
Itegele, Grace Schon, L. M. Tiller,
Frances Furdy, Sadie Grant, Bea
trice B. Burton, Mrs. S. R. Barry,
Grace E., Pease. Edna B. Gruber
Sloan and Argyl M. Harris.
Newberg Has Good Crowds
Despite Gloomy Weather
NEWPORT,1 ' June 11. Al
though cloudy weather with its
promise or rain throughout the
valley held many people at home,
the number, who spent the last
week-end at Newport beaches was
large for this time of year. Thurs
day night and Friday morning
brought much needed " showers
which cleared the" air and left the
ragged landscape' fresh - and
sparkling . in : the brilliant after
The final touch was added to
the preparations for the reception
of the season's guests by the open
ing Saturday of the-famous Log
Cabin and the popular Nat. salt
water swimming pool. - --
The .Log Cabin will be run un-
- Groceries, Dty Gob&a, Shoes, glen's Farriishings.
Our Lo Running Jlxpens Permits Us to Name the
. . , , Lowest Possible Prices. '
Fresh hulk cof fee,', Q !7
28c-32c apd ..... Jf C lb.
2 lb. in Golden Gate
coffee ....... . . . i
Baby size Borden or
Carnation Milk' ... ,
Large tin Solar
Barton's med. weight
sweet Bacon, lb. , . .
(Jawls). lb. . . .. . .
Pure bulk lard, -
New lot Barton'8 picnic ifll
hams, lb". .'. . . . . ' JL f-
l lb. package Bird
seed . .'. '. I ...
1 sack Waldo Hills
- flour ". .' .". . . . . . , .
, Olympic or Drifted
50c K. C. Baking
Star. Horseshoe or ' , JQ
Climax, plug ...'... UJC
Velvet or Prince Albert
i for .
Durham . .... .
Large Package of ,
" Advertiser, lb.'..
Beechnut . . . . . . . .
: Camel Cigarettes
A very fair dress sock In black
brown,' blue and C
' grey. 2 pairs ....... 3 C
Good quality of men's Unions,
long or ehort , no
sleeves ........... , foC
Men's Khakt I 1 Si ft
pntar V. . . . . . . . .
Good grade of full cut
in a good ranee of shades our
regular 55c quality, Q f
.- priced specially, yd:. . JVC
Maise, blue, white and OAi
pink, yd.' '. . . ". ; .. VC
32-inch Amoskeag, fast Of
color gingham, yd. .. mIL
New Dress 'Crepes in all Of
the popular shades yd. MtIC
DOMESTICS , ;
muslin, yd. . . , . . .
9-4 Pepprill bleached
sheeting,' yd. . . . ." ,
42-in. Pillow Tubing
yd. ...... ...
3 6-in. bleached Indian
' Head, yd.. . . . . . . . ;
44-ln. Ipdian Head,
5 4-In. Indian Head,
yd. ..... ;
72 by 9D
' sheets '
81 f by 90
35 by 42 . OQ.
pillow cases ....... J i
. ... $1:49
We are Quitting the Shoe line,
hence t)irse lower than jour
usual prices ? " . '.
Men's tan or black box toe in i
tbe Hamilton Brown make.
sale . . . ; . .. . ..$3.95
$6.00 and 6.50 values in tyle
as above. Goodyear & M VC
welta, on sale . ." VJ3
1 lot ot ladies' vici kid Oxfords,
in good style, sizes M 7C
3 to 5, sale'...:.'. lf O
Our Business Continually Increases Honorable Methods
i reason. Bring us your Eggs. We pay
; if market justifies, we pay more.
254 N. COMMERCIAL
der the capable management ot
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Johnson, of Sa
lem, who have completely rear
ranged and refurnished the place.
A new dance floor has been laid
in the main reception room and
the old ' bowling - alley has been
floored over and converted" into a
charming grille room in which
will be served light lutaches, sea
foods and the. usual fountain spe
cialties. The old club room, one
time home of ' the Newport Ten
nis club, on the ground floor . of
the building, will be converted by
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson into a cory
nestroom' for the accommodation
of guests and the general 'public.
Hospitality Is' the watchword
of the new management, v Music
will be furnjsbed for dancing and
it is hoped to , make the big Log
Cabin Hreplace a convenient ren
dezvous for all Newport visitors.
The "As Tou Like It" cafe open
ed for business Memorial day and
has been serving an excellent pat
ronage. ; With itsartistic appoint
ments, good dance floor and ex
cellent cuisine this latest and most
up to date addition Jo Newport's
attractions is destine'd to become
one of the most popular spots at
the beach. . ' : ' " '; ,:
Salem people registered at New
port hotels during the past week
were: : s V - - ' .
HOTEL GILMORE Chas H.
Raymond, O. M. Carter and wife,
Mt. and : Mrs. : Ivan JHngaman.
Elizabeth J. Brann, Nan W. Put
nam, Erma Godfrey, Alice Hollis
ter. ' - 4 - ' . v -; t i :
HOTEL' ABBEY J. H. Evans.
Chas. H. Raymond. E. E. Lunn
Ira J. Fitts, J. P. Jacobs, Jr., A.
McLean and wife, J. S. Sawyer
L. Bergman. A. W. Rookstool and
svife, CIrk Simpson and wife,' S
Salem people registered at
Whitten camp last week-end were
Miss Martha Muller, H. C. Alstig
and W. C. Prunk.
J. A. Wright and wife and Mrs.
M. L. Shepard of Salem hare been
spending' a week at Cherry City
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Mattoon of
Milton, Oregon, and Mr. and Mrs
J. J. Pagett of Salem, Oregon,
were at the Cherry City cottages
for a week. " : . , ".
BLIND SCHOOL TO
FINISHES N SOUTH
SILVERTON, Or., June 12.
(Special to The Statesman) Sil
verton friends haye received an
nouncements of the graduation of
Miss Sophia Madson ' from San
Francisco State Teachers college.
Miss Madsen is a former Silverton
girl" having been 'graduated from
the Eilverton'Tiigh school with the
class of 1915. She has been at
tending Behoof in California 'for
the past two years. .' S'
More Will Be Put Up in Bar-1
. reis man lusi lear
Maybe More Canned
Work to Be Viewed By Pub.
lie on Friday; Excellent
HQXOREn AT SHOWEU
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SILVERTON, Or., June 12.
(Special to The Statesman.)
Miss Leona Andrews was recently
honored at a shower at the home
of Mr. and MrsE. Geer, on South
Water street. . 'Miss Andrews was
the recipient of many, beautiful
and useful gifts. .
" MIs "Andrews marriage to L
ter peer, to take place in the J
er part of June, was recently i
COMB SAGE TEA
Darkens Beautifully and Restore
Its Natural - Color and
Lustre At Once r
More strawberries will be put
up in barrels in the Salem district
this year than in 1923,- arid pos
sibly Aore will be canned. - 5
That means a lot of strawber
ries. Marion county canned 11?.-
939 cases last year.
Baker. Kelly & McLaughlin,
putting up strawberries in barrels.
are working ftiir handed, to .the
Salem Fruit Union building. They
are getting loads and loads of fine
berries from the hills; mostly of
the Ettersburg 121 variety. The
same is true of their Albany plant
same varieties, from the Linn
county hills. At their Woodburn
plant the supply is dwindling.' Not
much hill country is tributary to
that point. They expect' the sea
son to run all this week and next
at the Salem plant, and perhaps
at Albany. , '
At the Hunt cannery the bir
plant Is running to' full capacity
mostly on Ettersburgs. They arf
handling more berries with f
smaller force proportionately; thai
hey did last year, "owing to me
chanical Improvements. ' They r"
putting on more people. . They ex
pect the season " to ' last a gooc
while yet. ?, '
' "The Oregon Packing company
at their Twelfth street cannery
was working about 450 peopl'
Wednesday mostly on strawber
ries; 350 of them women. Ther
nut on about 50 more women yes
terday. " " Ol
: And this is the story at all the
rest of the canneries; busy with
the strawberry pack, and they
keep on coming mostly Etters
burgs now. - J
As to Cherries
Some of the canneries are be
ginning on cherries. They are
oaying 5 cents a pound. " That
eems to be the "market price" for
the moment. . L.
" Itaas to Bay Satnnlay
But it is said that Mr. Raas. tor
the Lyons-California Glace" Fruit
company, is to begin buying Royal
Ann cherries here tomorrow for
barreling for the maraschino trade
Tnen: the market price may or
may not be changed. V. .-7
" LoeanberrieA Soon
Loganberries will begin coming
n nnn ' TIi CI fSVPo Mnnar at
Woodburn expects to exceed its
last year's pack of loganberries,
nd to pay around 5 cents a pound
for the supply.
There will likely be some black-
raspberries ' put ' up in barrels in
Salem, and some evergreen black
berries. Possibly some logan
berries, but" this has' not been de
cided. The 7 barreling " concerns
had poor luck last year with lo
ganberries packed in this ? way.
The storage charges ran too high,
tor one thing, in waiting for mar
kets.'"' ' ; ;v - -T '".,";'
The work ot pupils of the state
blind school, featuring Industrial
activities, will be on display at
the school all day today. The ex
hibit is to be open for public in
spection.- The ; display will be
made on the third floor of the
main building,: and will show bas
kets, brooms, manual training ar
ticles and sewipg, as well as some
literary work of the 49 students
enrolled this year the largest en
rollment in the history of the in
stitution. . , . - I :
Tonight at 8 o'clock the follpw
ng program will be given to mark
the closing of school: .
' School song, "The Yellow and
the Blue," school; ' organ solo,
Festival March."' Russell Hud
son; recitation, !' Welcome.'! Cecil
Morgan; recitation, ''Farewell,
Uttle School," Robert Bennett;
the flag song, Junior chorus; reci-
ation, "Our Flag,'! Donald Bird;
reading, "The Lady Across the
isle," .Viola Bradley; ; playlet.
The Awakening of Spring, Jun
or. chorus; recitation, "My Land
s God's Land," Ross Smith; Lin-
.oln's Gettysburg Address,' Melvin
'mith; song, "Flow'ret, Forget Me
Vot.'! mixed quartet; recitation
'The Bear Story," John Melvin;
'ong, ."Spring's Message,'! senior
-.horus;' piano solo," "Prelude in
3 Minor," Carl Lempke; address.
Governor Walter M. Pierce; song.
'America , for Me,! school."
Common garden sage brewed
Into a heavy tea, with sulphur" and
lcohol added, 'will turn gray,
Ureaked and faded halr'beautl
. nlly dark and luxuriant. Mixing
.he Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe
at home, though, is troublesome.
An easier way ia to get the readyi
to-'nse preparation Improved by the
addition of other ingredients .a
large bottle, at little 'cost,' at drug
stores, known as "WyethY Sage
and Sulphur Compound," thus
avoiding a lot of muss.'f-
' While gray, faded hair Is not
sinful, we all deeire to retain out
youthful appearance and attrac
tiveness. By darkening your hair
with Wyeth's Sage ; and Sulphur
Compound, no. one can tell,: be
cause it ' does it so naturally, so
evenly. You Just dampen a sponge
or soft brush witk It and idraw
this through your hair, taking one
small strand at a time; by morn'
Ing. all gray hairs, have disap
peared. After another application
or to your hair becomes beauti-
fully dark, glossy, soft and lux
uriam , and you appear years
younger. Adr, . .
Friends Church Holding
Yearly Meet at.Neyvberg
NEWBERG, Or., June 12.-
(Special to The Statesman.) The
32nd annua session of Oregon
yearly meeting ot Friends tyuaK
ers) opened Thursday morning.
This is the annual gathering for
the business of Oregon yearly
meeting, which includes part of
the Friends churches in Washing
ton and all of those in Idaho and
Oregon -' ' " . ' '.'
The morning meetings are to be
in charge of Edward Mott, presi
dent of the North Pacific Evange
listic " ; Institute,' ' 'whose theme
throughout the series of meetings
will be "Jesus Christ," and Mr.
Mott will discuss the nature, mis
sion, sacrifice and mediation of
Christ during these meetings.
The evening evangelistic ses
sions will be under the leadership
of L. Clarkson H'nsbaw of Sa
lem, Evangelistic superintendent
of Oregon yearly meeting. Mr,
Hin8haw's power as preacher and
evangelist Is well known and these
meetings will be largely attended.
WILL MANAGE BAND
Patent on Prune Dryer
Sought By Jonas. Byberg
SILVERTON. Or., June 12.
(Special to .The Statesman.)-
Jonas J."' Byberg, son of Mr. and
Mrs;- J." Byberg, on theWaldo
Hills , road, . has sent' in an appli
cation to tne government lor a
patent on , & prune washer and
spreader "which he recently per
fected. 1. Mr. Byberg . has been
working on his Inventipn tot the
past four years and built four
models before he completed the
one which ' proved satisfactory
rne : maenme gives the prune a
thorough washing" without' the
slightest injury to the fruit.. Its
capacity makes it of rearralue
to prune growers. It was tested
in the Byberg prune orchards last
fall and proved satisfactory. '
SILVERTON, Or.; June 12.
(Special 'to The Statesman) Rev
and Mrs. George Henriksen have
received word that their son,
George, who recently was gradu
ated from Luther College at De-
corah, Iowa, has accepted the man
agership of Luther College band.
a band well known throughout
the States and portions of Europe
where it toured a few years ago.
Mr. Henriksen will. continue with
the band until the middle part of
the summer at which time he ex
pects to return to his Silverton
O, nu iuj roj U D yu -cii . '
Tsiii -n . i' 1 1 TT il" .
The prohibitionist criticism
seems to be . that speeches like
Dr. ' Butler's have a tendency to
turn seats of learning into. seats
SILVERTON, Or-. June 12.
(Special to The Statesman) Im
provements are daily being added
to the Silverton city park. " The
most recent addition is that of a
high wire fence which prevents
cars from driving" around ' the
grand stand and swings. The road
la left open however, along the
park as far as the swimming pool.
The gates, from the road to the
park are very much in keeping,
being made of rough timber.
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Buiipick Ssicvice ; . '
The complete arid sfneere helpfulness of the Busick Service System creates
friendliness in the atmosphere of our stores. It is a service, that s measured only
by the highest standards "governed; only by kindness and jcourteoua sincerity and
its reward la i reflected arncerity and continued "increased patronage: Service to a
Busick store means obtaining quality foodstuffs from niarkefs throughout the
world. -Canned and Fresh Fruits, Vegetables arid Meats;' Domestic and foreign
quality Coffees and Teas from the best fbreign markets; the best local Fruits
and Vegetables obtainable, and dispensing them In our stores at reasonable prices
with cnnrtpfim Bfirvicel ' " '
with courteous service.
49-lb. bag Vim Flour $1.6?
1 Always good.
49-lb. bag Crown
Flpur ,!......t 51i74
49-lb. bag Fisher . ,
Splendid quality, n
49-lb. bag Gold
Medial ... .. ..$1.94
Best eastern hard wheat.
49 lbs. Valley Flour
: blendeil ......$1.39
3 Kellogg's Corn
Flakes . '..21 . . . 25c
3 Post Toasties ........... .25c
3 Kellogg's Bran
Flalces ..-...:.... -27c
Cream of Vheat, 2 for 45c
Grape Nuts, 2 for LI 1..35c
No. 10 Carnation Pan- -
cake ...... ..I.:. .1 .:........6i5c
New honey, made from red
1 raspberry blossom s,
wonderful flavor, 12-oz.
,and over, 2 for ........49c
Fresh Ranch Eggs,
per dozen ....l...........22c
Full Creani Cheese, '
2 lbs. ...L..... 55c
Bulk Green Olives, ; "
large size, per pint.... 29c
Gem Nut, 2 for ...LI.. .49c
Nuccpa, 2 for , ........ .....58c
Twin Loaf, quality
bread ............ .......... J5c
Our superior way of
keeping . vegetable fresh
and crisp by constant
spraying with cooj, f r esli
water. Daily, visits to this
department soon beccnio a
habjt. Head Lettucs, cntr
" large, crirp? 2 for 1 G z
New local pjbs, "tender
' and swept," 3 lb3.....23c
New Potatoes, jprtly
locals 3 lbs. U.. 22c
Large ' bunches New jCar
"r rots, beets, Green Qr-jcr..
and Radishes, any cj
sortment, 3 for I..... 2Zz
Green Beans, tender, cr;
2 lbs. . .1 ... ... . ... .
New Cabbage, large
heads, each .....
opdburn cparaus, tl: -j
best, per buneh .....i.XDc
Improved' Oregon, Vilrqn
and Etterberg StfCiyt-r-rxes
"fprL canning. "Red
Oranges, popqlar size,
2 dozen :..i......;.........45c
Extra larce Florida Grape
Fruit, each i.'.......ipc
Fresly Pineapple, cach..20c
Bananas, best quality,
3 lbs. .t... ........250
HAM, BACON, LARD
Swift's Premium Ham,
per lb. ..i. ...........27c
Arrnour's Star Ham,
per lb. ..LL... ::;:;.....27c
Swift's Premium Slab
- Bacon, Vz-lb. carton 25c
Swift's Premium Bacon,
carton J. j3Dc
Swift's Empire Bacon,
' light :. ..1.......:.. ......:20e
Cottage Rolls, per lb. i.lCc
Bacon ..t....,.l...... .....ICe
No! 5 Swift's Silver Leaf
No. 5 Valley Lard,.. 55c
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