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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1925)
tiie oiiEGON STATE$:.rAjj. sale:.!, or.naoN
Fully 500 Persons Attend
Ceremonies at Capitol and
: Hear Fine Program;
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Amid Impressive ceremonies,
four new flags, two national and
two ' state flags, were unveiled In
the house of representatlre .cham
ber at the state house last night
before fully SO 0 people who pack
ed the auditorium. Flags 'that
have hung In the two -houses for
35 ; years were replaced by the
Barbara Frletchle Tent, Daughters
of: .Union Veterans of the Civil
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war, of which Mrs. P. L. Waters
is president." '
The new standards- are mad of
hand-sewn silk. The flags unveil
ed in the house are 6x10 (feet In
dimensions and those in the senate
5x8. Each flag Is hung over a
mounting of white silk.
The principal address 1 of the
evening was given ' by justice
George M. Brown of the supreme
court, while -'George'-P. Griffith!
state commander of the American
Legion was, - another speaker.'
Music was furnished y Mill's
Oriole orchestra and the choir of
the First Methodist church. :
r Miss Julia JC Webster past
state president i of the' organisa
tion presided at the program. Rev.
Blaine E. KIrkpatrick gave the
Invocation And Mrs.? F. A.'Etliott
was in charge of the' unveiling.
; - The committees in charge of the
purchase of the flags were Mrs.
F. L. Waters'Tent president; Mrs.
Susan Varty,, Mrs. G. O.' Cfown,
Mrs. C. J, Gien. itriiAlnia Fis
cher, Miss Grace ,N Babcock, Miss
Julia K. Webster, nd J lirs. La
Moine R. Clark. I s
The orchestra; was led bjWl H.
Mills and; the choir by Prof.-Emery
Hobson of t Willamette uni
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OAC Is Vinnef in Debater
With University of Oregon
EUGENE,' Or.,1 Jan Oregon
Agricultural college won, two to
one, from the University of Ore
gon here tonight on the negative
side of the question. ."Resolved,
That congress should have? power
by a two-thirds" vote, to overrule
decisions of the United States su
preme court declaring acts bf con
Kress -: unconstitutional. ; Robert
Kerr and Kenneth, Goodale were
representatives of OAC and -Be-
noit McCroskey and Sol Abramson
upheld the affirmative for Oregon.
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' Castoria is a pleasant, harm
' less Substitute for Castor Oil,
Parenc, Teethii Drops
and Soothing Syrupsl espe
cially prepared for Infants in arms and Children all ? ages.
To avoid imitations, always look for the signature of
Proven dirrrtions on eachpVagT." Physicians everywhere recommend it
In Connection with the January Clearance
The C .&-:C: Store
Offers Attractive Prices u
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1 : lb. Nutola 23c,
53 lbs. .... .:
13 lbs. cane gran-t flft
J ulated Susar....) 1 U U
3t4 lbs- Italian
Large can Staley .7C
light; Syrup '
Large can Staley ?Q
- dark Syrup ...... U C
1 Pc. Cream of ... in.
Wheat - fl 5 C
2 doz. as they run OC -
:l Oranges u v
1 lb. choice dried . 1 A
f Peaches Ii7v.
7 bars white Wonder
SG-in.1 heavy brown
' v Muslin, Yard
Heavy American or English
Wool Army ! Jo no
. Blankets ..T.v.-.ip4r H
84 brown Sheeting A C
81x90 bleached t- Cl 1 1 Q
Sheets i V
Cases . .............
36-in. white , or col-i O O
- ored Outings, Yd. t)C
Large roll coCton
We Cannot Mention All the Items Which Now Take
jj. Lower Prices These Are Just a Few: , vf ; v
Men's Haynes Winter Weight Union Suits C in
now on sale ..A ...s.... v
Men's Moleskin . - . J0 QO
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Men's 1st quality of Knee Rubber '. -Tt-"" ; Q Ort
Genuine Mohair Socks 35c;
3 pairs - .JL.
7.50 Boy's Knee Pants'
One lot of Men's Real Wprk Shirts in sizes 15 and 15
; A shirt that will give the best of service. -HE-"-on
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- rrin iV MHT?JTKn JANUARY 9.t 192a - -
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HELPED SMI 111
TIIE GOOD OLD DAYS
T, H. Barnes, Who Promoted
City's Fi r st Electric '
Street Car Line, Here ;
T. II. Barnes and wife are in
Salem, for the first time 1 in 25
years. They are at the Marion
hotel, and are looking oyer Salem.
Mr. Barnes says he is seeing the
city he Tisioned in the nineties.
With H. V. Matthews he platted
Engelwood addition, long since
built up solidly with homes. :
He promoted the Capital ; City
Electric Railway company in 1890-
91, and: that company, built the
first electric .line in Salem; ) the
fourth electric ' car-- line .' in ' the
United States... ;. :'-y j?ti:;;t
Mr. and Mrs.; Barnes hare been
visiting their daughter, f May, in
Seattle. : She is Mrs. C. E. La Hon
of that city,r Mr. La Mon being
employed by . the telephone com
pany. Their daughter, Laveta, Is
Mrs. O. D. Darling of Alliance,
Neb., Mr. Darling being a furni
ture dealer. Their home is in that
city, where they are living 'a life
of retirement. Mr. Barnes was in
the dining and lunch car business
after he left Salem; on the Bur
lington line. He made' godd, and
when be thought, he had enough,
quit actire wort. : He had been
long a right of way agent of that
road before coming; tq. Salem to
Mr. , and Mrs. , Barnes will go
from Salem to Long Beach, Cal.,
to Tislt their ' son, L. S. Barnes,
("Gene") well known in ; Salem.
who has made and lost several
fortunes in southern California,
and who is sitting on the world
again. In ' a financial ' way. ; ' 5
Mr; Barnes found a number of
old . timers : whom he knew yester
day, but: he found only one man
who recognised '- him - without
prompting. So has Salem changed
In 25 years. : CO
found that it1 absorbed it all, for
the encouragement pt the farmers
who are-to grow the 750 acres of
sugar beets In thi district, this
Rev. M. C. Wire Used to be pas
tor of the First (Methodist church
of Saieml ' M. C. AVIre Son "are
now owners of the! Walnut Crest
farm, 'Newberg, Orel.,' breeders of
pedigreed White Leghorns, aid
they have just transformed their
prune dryer into " a!n "up to' date
modern hatchery aid are InsUU
ing 42 Master electfic Incubators,
giving them 21,0 ooj egg - capacity.
The son in the firm is Wesley M.
Wire. Rev. Wire was ? a 3 good
preacher, and be is iow preaching
good poultry, and practicing what
he -preaches, and doing a lot;, of
good in helping to; make this a
great,; poultry .district, j for which
nature intended it i-wlth the big
gest poultry; industry In the world.
1 BITS FOR BREAKFAST I
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Salem did herseif proud
Cave FriU Leiber, In Macbeth,
last night, a capacity house
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And Leiber justified in the eyes
of a most critical audience his re
putation as the best interpreter f
Shakespeare on- the American
: G. Overduin- of Llsse Holland,
was a Salem ? visitor ; yesterday
This was his second annual visit
He represents Tromp Bros., whole
sale bulb growers , and : dealers.
with their American office at 111
Broad street, 1 New York. V He
found, some congenial spirits
among the leading bulb growers of
Salem. . He found, among, other
things, the prospects of the daffo
dils of W. C. Franklin. Salem bulb
grower, very good. V He found in
Portland on December 12 Darwin
tulips of Mf. Franklin In bloom
about a month early (for that va
riety. '.Mr. 'Overduin expects to
come again next year.
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; Some one has been telling, our
farmers that sugar : beet growing
exhausts the' soil. ' ' He should be
discredited.. It is not so. In all
beet growing districts, sugar beets
are used as a most valuable crop
for soil renovation; .one of the
best of air cultivated crops.
There Is at present no sugar
beet rate from the Salem district
to- BellingTiam. Wash., but a re
quest has been, made for one. In
order, to find "how much of , the
freight the $1.75 a ton proposal of
the Utah-Idaho- company t wiir ab-
soro. it would be. fine if it were
Blood is Poisoned ,
By a Jorpid liver
Deadly toxins cause diseases of
htart, kidneys snd ertats -
premature eld ag .
All the j blood In our bodies'
passes through the liver every 1!
minutes. The liver kis the blood'i
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..Our blood Is constantly nolsnn
ed by body toxins formed in food
waste, and when the liver becomes
weak, or torpid, our systems are
at OOC tainted Viv imntiTfl Mnnrf
These are the poisons that. If not
destroyed by the liver, cause dis
eases or me heart,-Kidneys, blood
vessels and create premature old
age. -.-v. ,.-. s-.v.,.. y-:
V' Nature gives quick warning of
a tornid liver. You harn snrldon
sick headaches, dizzy spells; your
siomacu is acid from sour bile
your skin turns sallow, -blotchy.
V Doctors know tha llrfr rannM
be regulated by drugs, but a safe
Nature snbstance ha hn din-
covered which will act directly on
the liver. The discovery lg puri
fied ox gall.
Get from your druggist a pack
age of Dioxol. Each tablet con
tains ten drops of purified ox gall.
In 21 hours the poison toxins will
b removed. Your liver will be
regulated. Blood purification will
besia. Sallow skin will clear. You
will fecl so much better you will
know you hate found the cause
of yourjil health. '
; These genuine ox gall 1 tablets
are prepared only under tbo name
"Dioxol." If any tablet I3 rffprrd
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SEEN BV 0,'I.lS
The Tornado" With House
Peters Playincj at Oregon
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House Peters," whose appearance
on the screen have' been ""regret
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tably few since his great successes
In 1 The Storm", andr "Human
Hearts, showed conclusively j at
the Oregon theater last night that
be had lost none of the vigor! of
personality and J dramatic , .ability
that made him ' famous as ' a mo
tion picture star; I - i ' v 1 ; ;
Peters plays the jname part in
The Tornado; Universal-Jewel,
adapted from . Lincoln: J. Carter's
famous play, which,, on its.. first
screening lived up to the promises
of the advance notices acclaiming
it one of the biggesjt dramas' el?er
made for , the' Bcree4J, .1 ?"i i
- Fortunately most persons biafe
been , spared the . experiences j de
picted so convincingly in . ""The
Tornado'', but all 'Who read kpow
that towns have been swept away
in floods and destroyed by .hurri
canes, and that bridges have -col
lapsed carrying .- down with Ipem
the train that was crossing., I .;'
But. while "The jTornado" pri
marily is a series bf spectacular
hazards, and destruction, it isi iar
from being, devoid of a dramatic
story, and ample Opportunity .lis
afforded for the star and those
prominently cast in; the picture to
utilize their histrdnie talents
Changes Noticed By Visitor
. After Absehcel of 25
1 Years From City ; .
looked -tbrougV the; city di
rectdry, butVl '0un4 Jbut ,few, of
the old names declared Tr H.
Barnes yesterday, when he arriv
ed In Salem after a! 25 year ab
sence. : It is stated, however, that
be recognized many'ias the sons
of the old time acquaintances. .
! -Mr. Barnes arrived in Salem to
risjt with old-friends and to view
Salem landmarks. The latter, be
states, are few. and far. between.
In-1900 tbe Barnes family, left Sa-
tSni and finally settled in Alliance,
NeTi., where he made his home..
During the years ithatbe was
In? Salem ;Mr Barnes was actively
engaged In the real estate business
and was largely responslblejor
the opening of the EnglewoodTad-
diUon.; Another crowning achieve
ment were his efforts in securing
the necessary number of subscrip
tions necessary to "secure the con
struction of the North Seventeenth
street car.Hne. Recently this Jlne
was replaced by a fleet of auto
mobile) busses. .i '
, Tbe! expansion of the business
and industrial life of Salem was
the one thing which Barnes and
his associates looked lor 25 years
ago, he declared. i j ,
. Mr. and Mrs. Barnes are stop
nine at the Marion hotel for a few
days before they continue their
travels... They are the parents ot
tJ a. Barnes, a; former realty op
erator here, but now of Long
Beach, Cal. I
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Kid MnCov een in Film '
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. At LiDerty ineaxre toaayj
Simultaneou witk. his commit
ment to' San Qtientin penitentiary
to serve a 10 j year sentence for
conviction in the degree of man
slaughter for the murder of " his
sweetheart, Mrs. Theresa Mors,
MKid"s McCoy, lex-pugilist, sports
man and of latji a moving picture
actor, appears S on the screen In
Salem. - ,. v .. ' .'
Yesterdav sentence was imposed
upon McCoy iri" Los Angeles, and
preparations were immediately
made to send him up to the "big
Today "April Showers in which
MoCoy is one of the principals
along with . Colleen Moore and
Kenneth Harlan, opens at the Lib
erty, theater, where it will remaia
through Saturday. : !
McCoy appears In the picture as
the trainer and director of a prize
fight that will go down Into mor
Ing picture history as one of the
most realistic ever screened, and
one in which no faking was toler
ated such a . fight as brings to
mind the ring battles of the for
mer middle-weight champion him
self. ; ' -
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' I IDrDTV TODAY ; r
i i - Liltjilix 1 I SATURDAY !
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J CALIFORNIA .
! EXPEESS j
daily at 11:23; a.
for San ritncisco
To Ssa Frsndteo
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19:12 .m. j -
StIS a.m. i
: "Sa frenelsfo
; 10:66 pjn. i
in Sunswept California
Enjoy this winter the warmth and the
, healthful outdoor recreation of Califonr
plaTgrounds. . t f ,
J)7Qw2n wintet tourist fare to Los An
- r geles; on sale daily up to and
including April 30; return iimit May 31st.
Travel in secure, cozy comfort via the com-
fortable, convenient trains of the Shasta
' Youll like Southern Pacific dining car service
Kighest quality food deliciously prepared and served
. at your accustomed meal-time.
-: FiJI stopOYer privileges en route. .
' ' . , FiiT full information, aik
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i O. Ii. DARLING, Agent, Salem or j
A. A. 'MICKEI, D. P. & P. A., 184 liberty Street.
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Comfortable Chairs for Every
Room in the House -" : . 1 ;
EVERY ROOM must have ite comfortable chairs, ''
be it large !or: small, and this Sale of Inlliviclual -Chairs
rwill interest the economically inclined home-'
' )5 maker who may neeid another cHair or so. Luxurious
English Lounge Chairs, Easy Club Chairs Cogswell
Chairs, Wing Chairs, Fireside Chairs, Windsor Chairs,
:: ahd many others, all marked ' at outstandingly low
-prices.1 j, . . ; - , - : S ; . i ,
There is scarcely a home which cannot be made morei attractive
or more comfortable by the addition of one or several of the odd and
occasional pieces from the many, many examples to be found in this
sale, at very moderate special prices. ; ! .
TUST A FEW VALUES
FROM OUR j
ODDS and ENDS
Beautiful wall mirrors, just
the' thin? to be placed aboye
.the console table or buffet.
Heavy, clear plate gla3s elab
orate frames finished in poly
chrome.. See them! -
' 20 PER CENT OFF
It will pay y6u to buy a com
plete set; of four or six, at this
sensational low price. iThey
are sturdily made, dependable
in construction and built - for
real comfort as well. 5 -
Odd Pieces! in Bedroom Furh'ture
-To clean out some.broken lines veVe sriving jTou a chance to
j save several dollars, jon Bed Room Furniture. Beds, pressers,
i Vanities, Cbairsand Benches' It is .a good time to fit! up that,
spare room that looks so bare. - Look thes6 pieces" over.-tThey're
! rtal bargains.
: 42 Piece Set ; : !
You will get a lot of satisfaction out of possessing one.bf '
AC these dinner ..sets, which are the last C7; AC ;
420word ! in an. attractive, ; up-to-date-O D
: , r design! Save Now. -f -I
; . , ODD II1XES 10c to $1.00 1 i j ; :
At such an r extremely low
price erery home can afford the
convenience and attractiveness
of an end table beside the dav
ennorf or easy chair. .. rs ... .
MAH JONGG SETS
AT COST -
Learn to play this very in
teresting: oriental game. In
struction book with each set.
31 AH JOXGG TABLES
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LINOLEUM ! YD. OYOC
: Laldr j
- Many attractive patterns to
choose from in this sanitary
floor covering at a special price
that'a nothing short ot sensational!
DAVENPORT Cl A f)'r
TABLES, now 0 i V . Ii ll
Just imagine getting a: hand
some davenport table in rich
mahogany finish, and in attrac
tive designs at such a low sale
price! ' . - h ,
Opportunities like this to se
cure a full size metal bed, a 45
pound cotton, mattress,, and
resilient spring at this low price
are rare indeed!
We' made elaborate prep
a ration for the greatest
l Hug Sale m tho historv of
this ftore andjhavo sold' out completely the
Axmfwster liuts we offered. Now ,vc are
going to give ybu a. chance to' buy i ' aj ,,
Fnnccld Wilton Rug
at a grcacf .'.saving than.'yoii bavo ever been
.. . . , ab!clo purchao before'.-
,On Any I'urcliase Vou-3Iakc Kvrn at Tbcc Extremely Low 1'rkci
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UcCVx - .C'LS. fi
Ilcautiful 9x13 fringed rugs r
during this sale -at this re- ) . - , .
markablo low price
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