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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING JULY -23, 1924
ATRS J F BLAIR nd''Mlss
J.VX Mirpah Blair will learejon
Saturday for their vacations. : Mrs.
Blair will go to Seattle where she
will be the guest of her son. Dr.
Blair, remaining until the
epteniber. Miss Blair,
who will be away for a period of
fire weeks, will soend a fortnight
at Mount Ranier. In victoria she
will attend a librarjr meeting, re
turning by way of : Seattle for a
Tislt. . .-M-' -' j
Mr. and Mrs. ! Edwin Ostrander
will occupy the plair home during
the remainder or tne summer.
Mrs.,Thomas B. Kay is recorer-
ing- gradually from a three weeks
illness at her
home, 825 Court
Miss Frances jtf. Richards is en
joying her summer vacation in
Los Angeles, planning to start
north the first (of August. Pro
fessor and Mrs; . C. Richards
will meet her in Medford the
party going then; on a trip to
Crater Lake. V i
One of - the attractive wedding
ceremonies of the month was that
performed last Thursday evening
when Miss Selma Mathis became
the bride of James At Gorton of
Silverton The j ring service was
used, the ritual being read by Rev.
E. H. Shanks of: the First Baptist
church at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mathis.
161 South Fourteenth. Btreet, at
5 o'clock1 in thej,af ternoon.
Immediately before the cere
mony, Mrs. E. H. .Shanks sang,
"O Promise Me.'f Miss Lucille Mc
Clain playing the accompaniment.
Miss McClain also played Lohen
gTirt.'s wedding parch, the bridal
party taking their places against
a floral background of ocean
spray and pink roses,
me oriae was m;w""ej
ed in gray canton, crepe embel
lished with lace ilrapes. She wore
a corsage of Cecil Biunner roses
and fern. Mrs. Harold White, ma
1 Special Lot
Included are Radium
Wash Taffetas, Pongee in Na-
tural and Colored.
Sale price, Yd..
Be4 Spreads in three sizes for single, three-quarter
Beds Splendid, good valued Clearance Sale
32-inch Plain Colors only
Clearance Sale, Yd ..u.
' In Our
" YOUR-MAIL ORDERS
receivje prompt and careful i atten
tion. I AVe prepay the postage or
express within a radius of a hun
dred miles. ! ,i .
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on everr purchase or your inone7
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tron of honor, also wore, gray, Mr.
White attended Mr. Gorton, j
; ! A wedding supper was served
immediately following the cere
hiony with covers placed for 20.
I Mr. arid Mrs. Gorton will live
in Silverton where they have an
attractive new home.
j Mrs. .K. B. Kugel returned the
first of the week from a few day's
Visit in Portland. . : ,
Miss Mary" Elizabeth Bayne has
as her house-guests from Berke
ley, Cal.. Miss -Mildred Piatt and
Mrs. Vivian Reese who came on
Monday. They: will be here for a
number of days, j
i r - T :-
! Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Rosebraugb
returned Snnday from an interest
ing number of days in Portland
arid at Oceanside. Mrs. Rosebraugh
had a Dart in the excitement of
af deep sea fishing episode, find-
irig herself with her party; strand
ed on a sand bar at high tide af
ter dark. The rescue however,
was safely made. Mrs. Rose
braugh while in Portland was the
guest of her daughter, who ac
companied the family to the beach.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. ReaneyJ 345
Eighteenth ' street, announce
bfrth of ah 'eight pound daughter
on Sunday morning, to he named
Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Anderson
and Mr. "and Mrs. Abbe Graber
and two children, Gordon and
Jeanette, are leaving in thejnorn
irig for NeskowiA where they will
remain over the week-end. i
Miss Elizabeth Lord, was a guest
over the week-end in Eugene, be-'
ing entertained at the home of
Mrs. David Auldi
I ' j
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jaquet had
as their dinner guests on Snnday
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Brady-and
Ralph H. Kletzing. In the after
noon the party motored to'Silver
Creek Falls. : :- ; , -;- j
III If rzTi UlG Jfl XI c? tfl! H
A Drastic Clearance
all Summer Merchandize
i Continues j j
Every Department Is Included ;
the time to do your shop- J
.. r- : '. ' ' ;
ping wiien xormcr pntca tire
pletely disregardecl in our desire to
effect a quick clearance of all
- i summer wearables I
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SALE OF SILKS
i It's ani Important 'Announcement j
Splendid assortment of Canton Crepes
I and Flat Crepes in all colors also
Harvard j Crepe. They re 40 inches
wide, t i '
" Clearance J0 A(
Sale price, Yd .x5 S
I Japanese Crepes
32-inch-r-Good line , of attrac-
i tive colors
Women's and Children's
Summer Knit Underwear
Odd Lots to ! 39C
Choose From a Suit
466 State St,
The ladies' aid of the Woman's
Relief corps will hold an all-day
meeting at the fairgrounds to
morrow July 24. A picnic dinner
will be spread at noon. All com
rades are invited. The committee
having charge of the prize boxes
are Mrs. La Bare, Mrs Jennie Mar
tin, Mrs. Robertson, Mrs. Chit
tick and Mrs. Frances Thompson.
A group from the local Presby
terian church attending the Tues-1
day sessions of synod were Mr.
and Mrs. Bates, Mrs. H. E. Bar
rett, Mrs. George Xunn, Mrs. Hogg
and Miss Elizabeth Hogg.
Miss Edna Garfield was a visi
tor yesterday In Albany, Miss
Garfield returned the middle of
last week from an extended 'trip
east, having gone at the time of
the Cleveland convention.
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Mrs. C. ;K. Crandall of Vale,
Or., is the house guest of Mrs.
John Bayne. Mrs. Crandall came
Cezanne Monument ' -Scarcely
a painter in all the. his
tory of art has been so vilified, so
passionately abhorred as Paul; Ce
zanne (1839-1906). i The salons
were closed to him: his private ex
hibitions were succes de scandale;
through connivance with the heirs,
the Louvre managed to avoid own
ing the three paintings by him In
the Caillebotte collection.
But history's repetitions prove
that after excessive hostility one
may expect unreasoning cult. Cer-f
tainly Cezanne has passed through
these phases; he has been1 the
sanctified father, rather' J indis
criminately of all the post-imprest
sionist morenjents. Now 5 he. Is
fast becoming ' "good form"
among the hidebound conserva
tives. No ' museum would dare
to be without a Cezanne. ; In
Paris, a retrospective exhibition of
the artist's work is on view at
Berheim FIIs, Place I de la Made
line, with an admission charge to
swell the fund for! proposed
monument (o him. fit is encour
aging to know that the artist en
gaged to achieve the monument
is no less than the eminent sculp
tor, Arlstide Malllol. Said Paul
Cezanne, son of the painter, when
asked what his father meant: "I
think he would have preferred to
have another picture in .the
Louvre." -From "Time."
and full size QQ
-; - -VlivO'
Clearance Sale Yd.
Portland Silk Shop
; 383 Alder St.
Waters has as her
house guest Mrs. W. B. Knighton
Emmons arrived in
Salem Tuesday eyeing from Chi
cago to be the guest of her par
ents, Mr; and, Mrsv i W. :W. Em
mons for: the remainder of the
summer, i Miss Emmons is study
ing violin at the American Con
servatory in Chicago
Mr. and i rs. .William Ashby
are enjoying a vacation at New
port. !- i "
Mr. and Mr$. George VIck were
hosts on Sunday afternoon at their
home oni ;Fai:-view avenue "for a
family gathering. A - picnic din
ner was served out of .doors on
the lawn, Tl ose coming for the
day were Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Gil
bert, Mr, and Mrs...J. P. Smith,
Mr. and 1, Mrs, Charles II. Vick,
Mr. and &Irs. B. W. 1ck,- Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Chrlstcnsen, and the
hosts MrL anc Mrs. George Vick7
with their faihilies. The Gilberts
Christensens' are of Al
A group of society: matrons in
Salem have received " invitations
for the large tea today in Eugene
at which Mr. Bruce l. Bogart
will be j host ess, complimenting
Mrs. Lawrenc i T. Harris and Mrs.
Mrs. Creed Hammond. Mrs.
Harris lived in Salem until this
spring, j: I . '
Conventions Votes . to De
: mand Service of Qualified
Professional Men .
SEATTLE, . July ?2.-Removal
of exemptions that allow special
classes of professional and, busi
ness5 men to shirk jury duty and
substitution of compulsory jury
duty and. substitution-of compuls
ory jury! sen ice for all qualified
persons, exemptions to be granted
only under the most pressing need
by the trial ludge, yv&s the moat
important of five recommendations
reported by la" committee at to
day's sessions .of the northwest
association of sheriffs and police
anti-crime conference here. T ..
The committee in- submitting
the report declared that the sub
jects outlined wodld- Necessitate
to a "large ejxtent the remodeling
of the law of criminal "procedare
the enacimenit of . many new stat
utes, the repeal of many, and the
alteration oC constitutional "pro
visions." j 'l n;
! The bddy 4sked that the matter
be referred o a special commit
tee of five, instructed to make a
study and pifesent concrete plans
at the next meeting of the associa
tion, t! J . '-ric:
U. S. Steel Corporation
Ordered to Quit System
i WASHINGTON, July 22. The
federal trad ; commission today
Ordered the United States Steel
corporation to abandon the Pittsburgh-plus
system of -determining
the price of &teel. '4
The commission held to the un
fair method -of competition the
system by which the i corporation
and its subsidiaries quote prices
on rolled steel products manufac
tured by .an 1 shipped from their
plants outside Pittsburgh at a
Pittsburgh base price plus an
amount j equivalent to what the
freight jcharpes would be from
that city. The practice thus was
found to be a violation of the; fed
eral trade commission act and fur
ther to constitute a means of price
discrimination in violation of the
Clayton act. '. -s
Mrs. E. E.
flrst Photo of Ravages of Great Forest Fires
On Pacific Coast Broueht bv U. S. MaU Service
8 . iw . 1
S - y f v r : i
, f t $ ' $ z K K. & - -'
f 1., , v- jXr , n .
Wide-spread forest -Area ia fargv
vreaa in; California, easternlYali
ngton. northern Idaho and British
olnmbiJL closed huge property
kMS and erlr reports stated that
1br was heavy loss Of lUe. The
i ln Lanvin green golden rod, powder blue,-Chinese
yellow, white and gold and black and white
A wide assortment of colors with round or V -neck
Manderlnes, slipons, and three button; jaquettcs. .' u
This is a table of odds and ends, with many differ
ent kinds of sweaters. While there are nearly all sizes
in the lot there are not all sizes in each number.
We have .just ' received
a new shipment of crepe
de chine ties with dain
tily embroidered mono-
grams. ; ,
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Grain Corporation to :
j Act on Terminal Offer
CHICAGO, July 22. The tem
porary directors of the new 126,
000,000 grain sales corporation
which will act on the offer of
elevators and terminals j proper
ties appraised at $12,000j,000 to
116,000,000 for sale by five old
Line grain companies, held its first
formal meeting today. The ses
sion was consumed -in discussing
by-laws, which' will Include limi
tation of the personnel of the
board of directors and other ques
tions: of vital significance in the
proposal to effect a producer-controlled
sales agency. v
A skeleton draft Of the by-laws
was prepared by H. S. Ballard of
Columbus, Ohio, special counsel
for the American .farm jbureau
federation in connltation with
other lawyers. J. V. Coverdale,
of Iowa, spokesman for th direc
tors said that all directors,! of the
ulHmate organization would be
producers. ' ; it
Lumber Camp Dangered
By-Fire Near Marshfield
MARSHFIKLD, Or July? 22.
The Stout Lunber company log
gers at the Davis sloughi camp
werd, fighting fire today tb pre-
fires ;were fought by forces . re
cruited from federal, state : and
and private timber interests! -ThB
Red j Plasue" It is called. i This
photograph was" rushed from San
Francisco by U. & Mail Service. 1
High colors seem to
predominate in the new
knitted silk head bands.
V'e have a large selection
at ;. '-4 -
vent the loss of camp, engines and
trestle. The fire is the worst, it
was said, that has occurred in the
woods here this summer in Davis
Davis slough camp. Some gfeen
timber has been burned in the
district' which is the same where
fires were set'several days in suc
cession.' Logging equipment was in great
danger, the fighters declared, and
the Coos county fire patrol added
men to help in the efforts to stay
the progress of the flames. '
SYNOD CLOSES ITS
Successful I Presbyterian
Meet : Brought to End;
Eugene Chosen Again
EUGENE, Or,i July 22. The
Presbyterian synod of Oregon
closed its annual. session tonight
after what the ministers say was
one of the 'best meetings In Its
history. Foreign missions, their
work and their needs, were the
topics ' of interest at the final
The synod tonight voted to
meet on the University of Oregon
campus next year, the exact date
to be set later.; Great satisfaction
was expressed ' with the way in
which Eugene and the summer
session of the university handled
the entertainment of the synod
BOY KHX8 FATHER
HUDSON, Wis., July 22. Be
cause his .father "was always
swearing around the house," 21-year-old
i Willard Kruger killed
him with an iron bar and buried
his body in an abandoned . hog
pen, eays a ' formal confession
which authorities say he made
Naval Aviator Injured in
Fall Into Lake Washington
. SEATTLE, July 22. Lieuten
ant A. P. Thurston, naval aviator,
wais injured late today when the
motor of his airplane stopped 150
feet in the airland the plane fell
into Lake Washington at Sand
Point aviation field northeast of
here., - : ;' j--: '
1 The plane struck the'.water be
tween the . naval airship tender
Aroostook and, the tender Can
qett. Five life boats were sent to
rescue the aviator.who was picked
up by a boat' from the Gannett.
. ; The. plane was recovered. Lieu
tenant Thurstotrr'sutfered ' only
PboM C3Advertisix Dept.
CSUlSimBO j AOTBSTISXlCnTS
Xats par wer4t
filoney to Loan
"" On Real Xitat 7 ' , .- -r,
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Ow Lad Bvtk BanV
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WANTED f AUTOMOBILE FOB GOOD'
eidene lot. 20291C l-j2i
JACK DOEltFER MOTOR REPAIR N
410S. Commarcial 6t.
xprt. Auto Repairing
i , i l ilyJBtf
. rCoahioa Work
-O. J. Hull
256 State t. M
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED.
furnace heated; apartment, close in;
' adult only. For rent, two down itaira
. apartments, close in, well furnished.
$35 each.; For rent, .7- rooa home,
electric lights, water, $20. One 4
room, $15. . One 5 room, $22.50. For
; rent, 5 room furnished, good location,
. $30. Good house to trade for farm;
what haver .700 1 " . . 1
147 K. Commercial St. 4-20tf
Passengers Who Lost
Lives are Identified
NEWPORT, l R. I., July 22.
The four passengers of the Boston
who lost jthejr lives through the
collision af the Eastern Steamship
company jliner with the tanker
Swift Arrpw off Point Judith last
night were: Robert P. Schlemm,
Boston, ad John P. Schlemm, of
New Yori, brothers; Mrs. Oscar
Green off Brooklyn, N. Y., and
Charles Ol Copeland of Brookllne,
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British Columbia Vote
Was; Opposed to Beer
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VICTORIA, B. C, July 22,
Fipal official figures anhounced
today show "that ' the plebiscite
held through the -province on June
20 was favorable to remain udry,
The total 'number of votes cast for
sale of beer by the glass was 72,
693, compared with 74,159 voting
against the measure and adverse
majority pf 1320.
CATCHER FRACTURES SKULIi
CHICAGO, July '22. The Chi
cago CubS lost the services of one
of their star catchers for about a
month when Bob O'Farrell's skull
was fractiired in the first game of
today's doubleheader ... with the
Boston Braves. He was hit by a
foul tip off Mclnnis bat in the
first Inniig. I The ball struck his
mask, drjving the top of it into
' OLYMPIA, Wash.i July 22.-
Governorf Louis F. Hart today Is
sued a requisition upon GoTernor
Pierce ofOregon for the return to
Vashington of J. Blaine SnoW,
wanted in Pierce county on a
charge of non-support. .- ' '
PORTLAND, Ore.. July 22. A
large strength ef the Deschutes
river has been closed to angling
by order! of the state game com
mission to prevent fish from be
ing exterminated. State Game War
den Burpduff eaid today. ; The
area involved is Jn -" the Crane
Wheat Charges to Portland
are Held to Be Excessive -
and Unjust :
BOISI5. Idaho. July . 22. For
mal complaint against the wheat
rates fr6m. Idaho points to Tort
land, Or., was. made today to the
Interstate commerce commission.
It is charged in the : complaint
that the present rates over thte
lines of the; Oregon short line
railfroad company and the Oregon-Washington
Navigation company are excessive,
discriminatory, unreasonable,, un
just and In violation of the inter
state commerce . act. ; . . '
The Idaho commision asks for
an order which will stop these
common carriers from - charging
these rates and further asks that
a set of rates on wheat be estab
lished' that will be-Just and rea
sonable jand not.' in " excess ' of 'the
rates charged, arVdtdiag to equal
dit5rtirjes, by '6Tb$rTc6Jnmon car
riers tradepof ting the ame"cbm
modity to Portlaodt
On wMk, (six UMrtiaaa) .
Six miUi' tMtntt pr ma 16
alhi aaatraa. par a . , 1a
TIbIw i fo say ssrartUtsMMlM
FOR RENT apartments 5
WELU FURNILSHKD APARTMENT 6
j Center. Phone 1284W. 5 j27 ;
FOR RENT TWO-ROOM FURNISHED
- floor apartment, convenient, $19. 1755
. North Commercial fit. S-J23
KICELY FURNISHED TWO ROOM
nodaro apartment, HIS Court.
! ft Ja13tf
DESIRABLE APARTMENTS, SPECIAL
Inducements to peraaanent tcaanU. Ad.
aitta. 352 N. j2th (Adulta) 6 jly24 j
IF TOU ARE INTERESTED J if COOL, j
, clean, eomfortabla apartmenta, reaaoa- .
aala rent; located downtown district,
ratten apartmaate. Far tnapaetioa at
reaervation call Patton'a Book Store.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS, $91 KO.
THREE, ROOM FURNISHED APART
anent. 898 K. Bmnmer. 6 jn3tf
FOR RENT booses 7
FURNISHED MODERN HOUSE FOR
rent, liO Myers. . . T j23
FOR RENT A NEW FVE ROOif
house and garage, Marion St.. bctweeh.
12th "and 13th. K children. Phone
, 1554-W. -J ju
FOR RENT OR LEASE DESIRABLE '
7 room bnniralow furnished cr lrt!y
. tarnished 1620 Coart St. ' 7-j22lf
FOR BALE OR RENT MODERN S room
bungalow with large electrie range. 1
block from Richmond school. 8 block
from- State street ear line. Address
John Kiessbeck, Salem, Bt. 2 Box 81AA
or call at State House office of State
I ad us trial Accident commission. 7-j23
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT, fi
room furnished house, close . in. la
j quire at Buttercup Ice Cream Co., 240
South Commercial St. 7-j20tf
HOUSES TO EINT T. I WOOD. 4t
Bute St. f-m23ti-
HOU8E FOR RENT PHONE 1825.
Call at 161 N. 13th. T-m37t(
FOR SALE miacellaneoaa 8
15 SEWING MACHINES, SINOERS,
Whites and other raakea from 5 p.
All guaranteed. Singer Sewing Mach-,
lae Co., 519 Court street. Fhune 441
CANNING SEASON 18 HERE
and the need of
We have a large supply at bargain
nrices. See what we hare before you
, "CAPITA!! BARGAIN HOUSE
t 215 Center St.
"We boy and sell ererything"
t J 1 ' 8 J23tf
FURNITURE DINING ROOM SUITE,
bedroom auite, gaa range, couch, aettee,
. bookcase, library I table, chairs, aingle
beds etc Call mornings 1216 StaW
GOOD STEP LADDERS AND PORCI
awings at a bargain. 1757 Waller Ft
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FOB BALK OLD NEWSPAPERS II
eats bnndla. Ciraala-tiea departmew
. Oregon Statesman.
FOR SALE UP TO DATE KODAK FIN.
iahing plant. - Largeat and aaoat com-
plete in city. Must aell quick. See B.
W. Macy. 203 Gray Bldg. 8 jlyl5tf ;
Beautiful Oregon Rosi
1 And eUrea erher Oregon songs u
gather with a fin collection et patriot .
is songs, aasrsd songs and snany si
:f ' -" . 'ALL FOX tin.
-' (Spaelal prteea tn oaanaty lets)
specially adaptable for schost, nasi
amenity a koas ringing. aat4 far-
Wcstcrn Songster 7
T psgs bow la its ttlrd sCltlsa "
OREOOW TEAUIIERg IIOHTmT
lit 8. Oeaunarcial Bt. Sslsa, C
PRINTED CARDS. B1ZB 14" BT 7!4"
wording, "Rooms S Rent," prieo it
sonu oaeb. 8tateaaan BasUeas Ol
fieo. Gronad Floor.
PIANO FOR SALE AT SALEM BEAU-
tuui piano in perfect condition. Bi
saving and terms $10 monthly to re-,
liable party. Write at once to Clin
Music Co., 64 Front St, Portland. Ore,
8 J1y2 .
V N D ERWOOD TYPEWRITER OO-
7W" ioacnio repairatf by th)
people who make tt. Spaelal rent 4
ft to studanta. 100 MaaonU Bide
Phone 262. bb3
FOB SALS! livestock 0
FOR SAME FOUR GOOD FARM !.
with harness and wagon; from $200 to
$27j, on terms, or. will take hay, rat
tie or wood. Phone 23 i or 2S afir
: office hours.
KING O REGISTERED WHITE PEH
aiaa cases own. riakSS Totlsnd, 271
Bute. Phono 858. 9-nt2tsl
BX Vf. LANOE. VETERIICARIAH
""' voaunareial. Phone 11 OS.
Res. Phone 1510. 0 m?tf
Prices BnntA M k.!...T. m -
priess received by fanaera. No rsUU
prices are given.
v ORAI AJTD SAT
BO. 1 wheat ma.
No. 8 red wheat, sacked oo(
-- , 4a 11.
$1 f ftf
$12 fr $14
(Jlover hay. bll I3 (t $14
rDKBl MTTTTnW A STn WW4T
ng, top, 225-275, rwt $T.7I
nogs. iop. .Z2.-37ft, rwt., $n.oa
Hogs top. 150 225 lbs, ewt. $8 06
RouKh heavy o a.
Light bows I2s 4tf 49
Top vesl, dressed . 7,
' . , 2
Top lambs.. '
Spring lamba ..
-7e 0 9
S0GS, BUTTER. BUTTE SPAT
rrssmery better ,. 41 Q 42.
ouuenat, delivered zyt
Milk, nee l
Egss, seloeu 1.2 s.
ntandards , m.
Pullets ' " " - "