The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, December 14, 1924, Page 8, Image 8

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Central Howell to Be Host
- for December Meeting;
Soil Is Topic
The Central Howell community
club Is sponsoring the December
meeting of the- Marlon County
'Community federation at the Cen
tral Howell church December .18,
i beginning at 8 o'clock.
1 Following a' short program by
the Central Howell community
ciud a discussion-. w)ll be held re
garding a Marion county soil sur
vey. The matter has already been
taken up by the Salem Chamber
of Commerce with W. L. Powers,
chief of soils at OAC. The dis
cussion Thursday night will dis
close the attitude of the Central
Howell district towards the sur
vey. i. i 1
Other coimties of the Willam
ette valley have been surveyed by
the soil department of the state
experiment station of OAC In co
operation with the United States
-.Bureau of soils. -,'i
William I Teutsch, district ag
ricultural agent of OAC, will de
liver an address .on ,; What I am
'Trying to Po For Marion County."
i i. Additional speakers before the
meeting will be T. D. Barnes of
San Francisco; representing the
United . States Chamber of Com
merce, who will talk on a "League
of Neighbors." .
4 A most interesting part of the
program will be ; the ,two minute
talks by those who won prises at
4 Y. f g . t r.1 J
Industrial Exhibit. j i
I ' (Cvnttaaed tram pas 1 J
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,70,0." The appropriation two years
ago was $490,000, Of this amount
.$315,000 went to maintenance.
16.900 for repairs and $158,100
for permanent improvements, in
cluding several badly needed build
ings and a heating plant. -The
.estimated expenditures for the bi
ennium were $432,246. -SOO
IIojs In School
The 200 boys at the state train
ing school will cost the state
$161,675.' an . average of $31 - a
month lor each Inmate. Of the
total amount operation will cost the average of 135 pupils at $32
$81,420 and salaries $67,380. Re-i
pairs and improvements will be
$12,875. Two years ago the ap
propriation was. $140,000, Includ
ing $119,740 for maintenance and
$20,260 for repairs' and Improve
ments. ,t The estimated - expendi
tures for the past biennium were
1153 Are Tubercular
General maintenance of the 155
average patients at the Btate tu
berculosis hospital at $45 a month
each will amount to $167,400, tiis.
amount taking into consideration
$79,320 for salaries and $88,080
for operation. Repairs and im
provements are estimated at $17.
901.: giving a total recommended
of $185,301. The appropriation
two years ago was $118,150, divid
ed $149,050 for maintenance,'
$6220 for repairs and $32,880 for
permanent improvements. The es
timated expenditures for the bi
ennium were $185,333. ' J
Few in Mind School
The state school for blind gen
erally maintains an average of
48 pupils at a cost of $37.50 a
month each, with $47,200 sought
from the legislature. Of this
amount $25,530 is needed for sal
aries, $17,670 for operation and
$4,000; for repairs and upkeep.
Two years ago the appropriation
was i $82,200, including mainte
nance of $43,200, repairs. $4,000,
and a new building, $35,000. The
estimated expenditures for the bi
ennium were $80,654.
: i Girls Average 70
Maintenance of the industrial
school for girls is placed .at $67.
840, based upon the average of
76 inmates at $35 a month. Of
this amount ' salaries will take
$24,000 and operation $39,840.
General repairs are estimated at
$4,000.1 The appropriation two
years ago was $55,608, and the
estimated expenditures for the bi
ennium were $53,050. There was
also appropriated and expended
$36,877 for a new building to re
place one destroyed by fire.
Koldirr Cared For
Care of the 112 veterans in the
Old Soldiers' home at Roseburg
at an average of $35 a, month each
is placed at $98,880, which in
cludes 37,815 for salaries, $56,
265 for operation and $4800 for
general ; repairs. Through . the
federal government the state re
ceives $10 per capita, leaving $73,-
880 required by state appropri
ation. Two years ago the amount
appropriated was $100,871, in
cluding all expenses. The esti
mated expenditures for the past
biennium were $104,850.
M 135 Are Deaf
Operation of the deaf school is
estimated at $11 9,959. based upon
Deaconess Marie Gallison
Speaks at First M. E.
Church Monday Night
Deaconess : Marie , Gallison. for
20 years director of (he choral
society of Radcliffe college, girls'
division of Harvard ! university,
will speak on conditions In Ger
many in the First Methodist
church on Monday evening at 8
o'clock, '.if "
. She has a message which con
cerns and will be interesting to
every free thinking American, ac
cording to those who . have made
arrangements for her Salem meet
ing. "''
Today she speaks in the First
Methodist, First Presbyterian and
First Christian churches of Port
land, and in four-'other churches
of that city. .
(Her friends ay that every
church member in Salem should
hear her, and they announce that
there will be no collection.
a month each, which will be $103.
680. divided between salaries and
operation; Permanent imrove
ments of $12,679 and general re
pairs of $3600 are also included.
The appropriation two years ago
was $123,000 and the estimated
expenditures for the past biennium
were $114,354. j
Hospital Wants Farm
The eastern Oregon state hos
pital will need a total of $392,800,
according to the recommendation.
Of this amount. $137,380 is for
salaries and $209", 4 20 for opera
tion, giving a total of $346,800
for the 850 average population at
$17 a month each. Permanent
improvements and the purchase of
land are placed at $16,000; new
farm buildings for this property,
$18,000, and an additional dairy
herd, $5,000 and general repairs
of $7,000 being included in the
total. The appropriation two
years ago was $401,200, which in
cluded $315,000 for maintenance;
$8,000 for general repairs and
$78,200 for permanent improve
ments. ; The estimated expendi
tures for the past biennlnm were
f 338,78i. , i
The report of the budget com
mission does not include amounts
for the employment institution for
blind in Portland, for no appropri
ation is allowed, .the institution
being required to live williin its
income from the mill a go tax. An
appropriation of $23,000 was made
two years ago for the construction
of a new building. ';''-..-
Jane Eyre Charlotte Bronte.!
. The Last of the Mohicans -J.
F. Cooper. j -;''!
. The Iron Woman Margaret
The Time-Worn Town J, S.
Fletcher. ..;
Audrey Mary Johnston. !
Billy and the Major E. S.
Sampson. ' i
Miss Minerva's Baby E. S.
Sampson. i
The Wrong Twin H. L. Wil
son. I
Snowden's Sunday School Les
sons, 1925 J. H. Snowden.
Two Hundred Games That
Teach L. R. Smith.
The Family Mrs. H. D. Bosa li
quet. ' " ' '!
English Synonyms and Anton
yms J. C. Fernald.
. Table Decorations E. S. Tip-
The House Beautiful Building
Annual, 1925.
Parties and Stunts Around the
Year Era Betzner.
A Year of Recreation Ethel
Any-Day Stories L. C. Van
Index to Short Stories, second
edition I. T. E. Firkins.
A dictionary of quotations from
English and American . poets-
The Faerie Queene Spenser.
The Atlantic Book of Junior
Plays C. S. Thomas, ed. ,
Faust Goethe.
So You're Going to Paris? C
E. Laughlin.
Beside the Beautiful Willam
ette John Parsons.
: For the Children
In the Great Apache - Forest i-
J. W. Schultz. j
I The Boy Officers of 1812-
E. T. Tomlinson.
Fables From Afar C. T. Bryce.
Gilbert Magnetic Fun and Facts
Gilbert & Stone.
When Mother Lets lis GIto a
Party E. D. Yale. ' ' !
Fishing and Hunting Mott &
Dutton. " t
Tn Field and Pasture M. B
Dt'ittcn. r "'. .
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First Congregationalist to
I Feature "All Oregon"
; Bazaar, Dinner
Occasionally . you meet a self
made man who doesn't think the
Voice of the people a solo.
71 i: f?M mAWjJLi..,;-.'-
um ' rfvii ns M n mrsa
They delight a man ten times oat of ten at onr-trnth the cost of
wasteful gifts. "What woman won't feel a glow steal around her heart
and an invisible hand patting her upon the buck to have a man
exclaim Christmas morning: "BULLY FOR YOU, PEAR, YOU'VE
READ MY MI'1." ' Give a man somethinR to wear and he'll not only
think twice as murh of the gift, but twice as much of the giver.
This store stands for sensible, practical gifts and we won't stand for
anything else. " ' ' 1 ' ;" - j
i j Suits
; j Shoes
1 1 Hats
! Belts
Golf Sox
Golf Pants
Dill Folds
Wool Shirts
Tie Pins
Cuff Links
Sweater Vests
Rain Coats
Indian Robes
Smoking Jackets
Leather Vests
Blankets .
Sixty-four - Salem and Oregon
firms are cooperating With the la
dies of the First Congregational
church who are sponsoring an
"All Made in Oregon" fair Wed
nesday and Thursday at the church
annex. The articles were donated
by the firms and proceeds will go
to various activities of the church
which are in charge of the ladies.
A banquet will be served at 6:30
o'clock Wednesday night, at which
tinie only Oregon products will -be
served. Tickets have been nlaced
on sale at Patton Bros. -Firms and
individuals who are cooperating
are as follows:1- ;
T. B. Kay Woolen Mills: C P.
Bishop store; Valley Packing com
pany; Cherry City r Flour Mills;
Cherry City Bakery; .Dixie Bak
ery; Willamette: Grocery; Marioa
Creamery; Fairmount dairy; Sa
lem Sanitary Dairy; Salem Wicker
Works; Salem Cheese Factory;
Spaulding Logging; Hansen's
Sash & Door Factory; Salem Cab
inet Works; Flake's Petland;
Breithaupt's Floral Shop; Maruny
the Florist; P. M- Burch, florist;
Mathias Nursery; Franklyn's Bulb
Farm; UpJohn's Gladiola Farm;
Trovers Studio;- Photo-Craft Stu
dio; Gunnell & Robb; Cronlse;
The Spa; Gray Belle; Salem Tile
Factory; Oregon; Sand & Gravel;
Angora Rug company; . Gleeson
Glove Factory; Starr Fruit com
pany; Starr Bottling Works; Pear-
cy Bros.; Stolp Bottling Works;
R. C. Paulus Packing, Plant; Sa
lem Fluff Rug; Producers' Can
ning & Packing: Oregon Grow
ers; Cocoize Products; Hunthigton
Rubber; Crown Flouring Mills;
Fleishman Yeast; Alber Bros.;
Clossett & Devers; Pacific Coast
Cone; Stettler Manufacturing
company; xAcme Flouring com
pany; Alice Love Orange Marma
lade; Syrup of Prunes company;
Crescent Paper; Columbia Knit
ting Mills; Nalley's Salad Dress
ing; Dennis Food company; Met
ropolitan Hat company; Carnation
Milk; King-Fisher Mattress;
Woods Auto Top Shop; Davles
Shack; H. S.JGile & company; Gil
bert Frame-Shop; Eppley's Bak
ing Powder and the West Fur com
pany. ' , . , .: j ! -;, :u
(Continued from pn 1)
Ington in addition to Willamette.
Xew Conference Dies
A - rumor that action! would be
taken by a number of smaller
schools to , establish a new con
ference proved to be without foun
dation. A commute: composed of
Professor F. M. Erickson. of Wil
lamette, chairman, 1 Professor
Davis, of Whitman,! and Dean
Condon, of the University of
Washington was, however, deleg
ated to work out a system of
closer cooperation between Willa
mette university,. Whitman college
Pacific university, and the College
of Puget Sound, and this may
possibly develope later into a sep
arate'group or sub-division of the
northwest conference. - This same
committee was appointed last year
to investigate the petition made
by the , College of Puget Sound
for admission to membership in
the northwest conference, and
while a favorable report j was made
on the petitioning school this year(
it was voted to hold action in
abeyance until the new close co
operation plan deyelopes. An
other report will be. presented
next year. ' r j
ltathbun Is Pleased
Coach Rathbun last night ex
pressed himself as, very well pleas
ed at the wonderful schedule -arranged
for Willamette in hasket
ball and football. . Idaho wanted
a football contest with 'Willamette
but the match could not be arran
ged clue ! to a conflict !in dtes.
The basketball schedule is es
pecially promising' and a great
deal of interest is now centered
In the development of the Willa
mette team which to all appear
ance will this year be a strong
The home schedule of basket
ball games is as follows: January
24, University of Oregon; January
28, Whitman college; January 29,
University of Washington; Feb
ruary 10. Idaho; February .12.
Washington State; February . 14,
Gonzaga; February 19, College of
Puget Sound; February 23, Ore
gon Aggies; February 26, Pacific;
February 27,: University of South
ern California. No jlates have
been set for the games with Col-
you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets you a; 3
not getting; the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved safe
by millions and prescribed by physicians 24 years for
Neuralgia Lumbago
Accept only 'Bayer" pack a -
which contains proven dlrecncr.;.
Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 ixVAt
Also bottles of 24 and 100 Drti ris
Aplrla Im ttte trade 'mark of Bayer If inofactur of Uooeactleacliteatrr Salicyllca.. J
lege of the Pacific, Linf ield, and
Montana, but these schools will
probably appear.
Heavy Grid Schedule
. The football schedule for the;
season 1925 follows; September
26, University of Washington at
Seattle; October 3, Oregon Aggies,
at Corvallis; October 10, Univer
sity of Southern California, ' at
Los Angeles; October 24, College
of Puget Sound at Tacoma; Octo-,
ber 31, Whitman college at Sa
lem; November 7, Oregon at Sa
lem; Thanksgiving, College of the
Pacific at Stockton. A number
of open dates will be filled with
suitable contests later. -
Joint Program at Aurora
In Charge of Committee
At a meeting the other evening
of the committee in charge of the
Community Christmas celebration
it developed that the joint pro
gram is shaping itself flnely.'There
will be recitations, vocal and mus-
; : v
leal ' numbers, and a playlet en
titled "The Path of Promise." x
which some 30 young people will
participate. Never before, to it
seems, has a similar or a ricl ;r
program been in preparation for
the community, and It is expectf d
that the Band hall will be filled
to capacity.
Treats, it was voted, will be giv
en to alt the children in the audi
ence. It is obvious, however, that
rthis will mean no little expens e
Two committees have accordingly
been appointed to solicit the necrfi
sary funds. The Misses Rosa Kh
len and Cloise Hurst, of the Pres
byterian church, will canvass tho
town and community west of Ilaln
street, and . the Misses SMone
Nordhausen and Sophie Pardy, if
the Lutheran church, will canva)
all the district east of I.Iaiu
street. Aurora Observer.
1 But will Mr. Dawes know btvw
to restrict Senators to ' parliame-
tary language?
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Y A wonderful Christmas gift. An extra bed when needed,
an asset to any living room. ,
Our. famous line of Overstuffed Fur
niture, made at our own factory and
sold exclusively only at a Powers'
None Better Gets All the Dirt.
Sold on Easy Terms. No Interest
Electric Appliances
Add to any household
Electric Irons, Electric Waffle Irons, Electric
Toasters. Make your selections early
Famous Rogers Bros." 1847 Silverware--Guaranteed Forever
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Child's Rockers arid Chain
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Special Price on AH Floor Lamps
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' We sell on easy terms
We Charge
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