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SEE OUR WINDOWS SHOWING THE NEW ARRIVALS THAT ARE IN VOGUE ON THE ATLANTIC COAST AND THE BIG
EASTERN STYLE CENTERS TODAY. AS FAST AS THEY ARE PRODUCED YOU CAN HAVE THEM. WE HAVE BEEN PRE
PARING FOR THIS FOR SOME MONTHS, NOW WE ARE READY TO OFFER YOU THE LATEST STYLES AND PATTERNS
IN FANCY FOOTWEAR AS SOON AS ANY STORE IN AMERICA. 5
Hanan Pumps Apricot Kid Tan Calf Pumps Patent Leather Pumps
Just arrived, express shipment patent The new 'leathers two or three styles to This leather is one of the leading things in Seem to lead in style over most other
1,,J,,.-I.lf pick from, combinations of apricot kid shoes this year. We have a number of styles. We have some of the newest
leather, tan calf and a variety of patterns d patent ath a?d all apri t kid. gee new thing8 in buckles and goaring ef fect3 things ever produced that came in this
to p.ck from; all widths and styles Get these new shoes before you buy as they that are strictl new You must at w week You must see these style3 before
a pair now before the sizes are broken. are the latest things on the market. We Qne shoes for spring are QUt
All Pmmps $12.50 AM Styles $12.00 Mos4 Styles $10.00 !amSi $7.00 to $12.09
Florsheim Shoes for Men Archpreserver Oxfords Hanan Oxfords for Men New Strap Sandals
We have our complete line of Florsheim J11U IT UlllJb Just received a new shipment of men's We have just received Saturday a large
oxfords now in for your inspection. They Do not forget to get a pair of Archpreserv- Hanan oxfords and shoes both in black, shipment of the latest sandals, the new
include that new shade of tan calf, also er shoes when you want a pair for long kid and tan calf. You can geTyour size Pjetty champaign and patent leathers in
brown kid and the patent leathers for full wear and solid comfort. They can not be now; better come in before the sizes are f3 fnj widths. These are something
r i j r 'i ' i f . i i different, all made with low heels tor gen
dress wear, equaled if you have to be on your feet. broken. 1 .
! . " . erai wear.
AM Styles $10.00 All Styles from$900 to S12-00 Oxfords AD Styles $12.50 Very Closely Marked at $0.00
WEDNESDAY IS RUBBER HEEL DAY. WE PUT ON ALL MAKES OF 50c HEELS WEDNESDAY ONLY AT HALF PRICE
i 25c. BRING THEM ANY DAY AND LEAVE THEM FOR WEDNESDAY.
DO YOUR FEET HURT?
Corns and callouses removed without pain or soreness. Ingrown nails removed and treated.
Pains in feet, weak-foot, flat foot, foot strains and fallen arches adjusted. Do not suffer. I will
give you the best that science can produce in scientific chiropody. Consult
About Your Feet. Hours 9 to 5:20. Phone 616
- . Our shop is equipped with all new machinery. We use nothing but the very best grade of leath
er that money will buy. .
Mr. Jacobson, in charge of this department, is an expert in his line has spent years in fac
tories and repair shops and will do nothing but high grade work.
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hotel and after a stay of two days
presented a check signed by
Charles K. Spanlding, local lum
berman and capitalist, which was
later returned marked "no funds."
Mr. Spaulding does not carry an
account at the bank in question.
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A Gleamy Mass of Hair
35c "Danderine" does Wonders
for Any Girl's Hair
Baggott Is improved somewhat
since hia confinement to the Wil
lamette sanitariums He was taken
to the hospital Sunday night.
Birth Reported '
A baby daughter was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Stout, accord
ing to the report filed yesterday.
The new. arrival has been named
Wilna Ruth Stout.
The cast which has been around
the limb of Robert Bishop. 14 year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey
Bishop, was removed yesterday.
The cast has been worn for four
months. If the predictions of the
doctors are filfilled the youngster
will be able to have the use of his
limb . within a few months. He
will have to use crutches for some
ther they are members of the Le
gion or not. While there are
some belated reports. Adjutant
Charles Goodwin has a record of
260 new members rounded up. in
the last few days.
Girls! Try this! When combing
and dressinr your hair. Just moist
en your hair brush with a little
"Danderine" and brush it through
vour hair. The effect is startling:
You can do your hair up immedi
ately and it will appear twice as
thick and heavy a mass of gleamy
hair, sparkling with life and pos
aessing that Incomparable softness.
freshness and luxuriance.
While beautifying the hair "Dan
derine" is also toning and stlmu-
latine each single hair to grow
- thick. long and strong. Hair stops
illing out and dandruff disap
pears. Get a bottle of delightful.
refreshing "Danderlne" at any
' irug or toilet counter, and just see
hovr healthy and youthful your
hair becones. -Adv.
IxRanberry Blooms Early
i If. R, Drager reports that the
first loganberry blooms have beea
reported, and he adds that the
season. has. - been rushed. From
every indication an early season is
to be expected In the Willamette
Gives Good Report
D. F. Kennedy, assistant super
intendent of the E. C. Horst ranch.
Eola, reports that the place is a
game preserve. ; - Chinese pheas
ants, quail and native pheasant
are to be found on the river side
of the - county road from Brunk's
corner . to Independence. Two
years ago this ranch was set aside
as a game preserve and since that
time the game has been multiply
ing rapidly. Other ranchers in the
vicinity are in favor of the plan
and are offering their ranches as
game preserves- "
Fight Is Expected
The city council has refused to
grant H. Mazels a permit to oper
ate a second hand store and junk
shop at 320-326 North Commercial
street., Over ,200 tons of scrap
iron is store don the lots A city
ordinance prohibits the storing of
Junk on the lots la that -vicinity,
but the dealer declared the lease
was secured loag before the city
passed the bill. The fight is the
result, and it remains to be seen
what will happen.
While Albert Olds was in jail
neighbors seized an opportunity to
secure 47 chickens belonging to
him, is the report made to the dis
trict attorney's office. An Inves
tigation disclosed that the chick
ens' were taken by neighbors to
reimburse them for money coming
to them from Olds, who had failfl
to pay them.
"Christ and Money" or "Can a
Rich Man Enter the Kingdom of
Heaven" is the topic announced
for the men's Bible class at the
Bligh theater . this morning.
James Smart will give the solo.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F Hurd, of Cor-
vallis were in the city yesterday
Mr. Hurd Is a member of the OAC
: General and Mrs. George A.
White, accompanied by Major and
Mrs. A. W. i Cleary have left for
Washington, D. C. . where they
will be for a few weeks.
Mr, and Mrs. B. D. Jarman will
spend a few days in Los Angeles.
Mr. Jarman is manager of the
J. C Penney store of Salem.
Mrs.. F. M. Humphreys of ; Al
bany visited in the city yesterday.
T. ' C. Shearer . was a Portland
visitor Saturday. ;
' Mr. A. Lafour and son. David,
from Cottage Grove, visited in Sa
lem on business.
Mrs. , Christine Halvorsen and
Mrs. C. G. Robertson motored to
Portland on business matters Sat
urday. Miss Hermina Klaus and Miss
Anna Mclntyre are to visit in Cor
vallis during the week-end. -
. Prof. George S. Turnbull of the
Pniversity of Oregon school of
juornalism, was a Salem visitor
01 FLAX EXHIBIT
IfJ JEW YORK CITY
It Attracted Much Favorable
Comment From Those Ac-
quainted With Industry
corded tonight on the seismograph
at Georgetown university.- Father
Tondorf, in charge of the Instru
ment at the 'Institution." said Its
recording sheet showed the shocks
were "very severe," and were continuing-.
The instrument indicated that
the shocks occurred five or six
hundred : miles from Washington.
They were continuing at 10:45
: D. M. Sanson, secretary of the
Donegal Linen Mills, Lockport,
N. Y.. writes under date of Feb
ruary 23 to Governor Pierce as
"Referring to our previous cor
respondence, and your kindness in
having forwarded to us samoles of
Oregon straw, cnthresbed and un-
retted, also retted, and samples
of fiber, we beg to advise you that
we hal a very successful exhibi
tion in the Grand Central Palace,
New .York, February s to 14. and
the straw, and fiber from your
state attracted a great deal of at
tention and much favorable com
ment from those acquainted with
the linen industry. . --
, "We de3ire to take this onnor
tunfty of thanking you for your
kindness in this matter."
Oregon flax never falls to get
praise wherever linen experts 'see
it.. The reason is that it is high
class as good as can be produced
anywhere in the world.
Legion Plans Party '
With the end of the member
ship drive, Capitol Post No. 9,
American Legion, ia staging a big
party for all ex-service men Mon
day night at McCornack hall. An
excellent program has been ar
ranged, featuring "'imported en
tertainers' from Portland and a
big feed. All ex-service men in
the district are invited to attend
the meeting Monday nisat wfce-
rOLlCK FORM COUNTRY CLUR
LOS ANGELES, ' Feb. ' 28 A
country club composed entirely of
members of the Los Angeles police
department was organized recent
ly. The Oakhurst Mountain club, as
it is named. Is located in the high
Sierras, near Yosemite valley. A
hundred acres of land have been
set aside for cabin sites for polices
men and their families. A num
ber of swimming pools , tennis
courts and a shooting range are
aiaons tfca facilities planned.
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noticeable there and that It had
also affected Sudbury, Ont.t 300
miles north of Toronto. The dis
turbance appeared to have been of
varied intensity. Described bv
seismographic experts at George
town university in Washington as
"very severe," the quake was said
to have lasted from 15 to 20 sec
onds in Hartford, Conn., hat for
more than two minutes in several
other cities, including New York
MONTREAL, Feb. 28. An
earthquake rocked Montreal for
30 seconds tonight. Patrons in
theaters made a rush for exits
No serious damage was reported
COLUMBUS, Ohio. Feb. 28.
severe earthquake shock was felt
here and throughout Ohio tonight.
Canton. Akron. Younestown. Cin
cinnati. Cleveland and manr of
the smaller cities reported distinct
WASHINGTON, Feb. 28. Very
j,rr,..-..-j eart shocks wera rei
SYRACUSE, N. Y., Feb. 28.
The business and residential sec
tion of Syracuse was rocked as
though by an earthquake shock at
9:2? tonight. ,. Business buildings
swayed and occupants, frightened,
rushed into the streets.
SPOKANE, Wash.. Feb. 28.
The seismograph at Gonzaga uni
versity here , recorded earthquake
shocks from 6:24 to 7:20 o'clock
here tonight. The distance was
estimated at 2400 miles. The
heaviest shocks were recorded at
6:32 and 6:34 o'clock, Father
Jung reported. -
"Frolic Land" Is Feature
of Bligh Vaudeville Show
Heading the new bill at the
Bligh theater today is "Frolic
Land," with Bob Petticord. The
act carries, seven people, all of
whom are capable of doing spe
cialty numbers. Petticord is con
sidered very funny, and his asso
ciates work with him in such, a
manner that his character of a
boob stands out . conspicuously.
"Frolic Land" is a revue that is
full of entertainment.
Neil McCrea will offer his
"Humbug Circus." McCrea is an
Snappy moments will be given
by Silvers and Ross. Their act. is
full of 'comedy and laughter t.nd
Rowe and Laurent have an act
which is said to provoke a gale of
laughter. ' It is called "Jellybean-
ln' Around." Rowe portrays the
character of an old man and keeps
the audience inj continued laugh
ter. Miss Laurent possesses a fine
LABOR REPORT HAS
SHORT SLUMP HERE
1 00 Applications Received
With 37 Workers Placed
The record for the United States
employment service conducted by
the department of labor here has
fallen somewhat short of the re
port made during the previous
week. Sim Phillips, labor director
at the YMCA reports 100 applica
tions received, with a total of 63
help wanted calls sent In, 48 re
ferred to the Jobs, and 87 of the
number actually placed.
Common labor took the lead
with the number of applications.
as well as the lead in the num
ber of workers placed on jobs. A
total of 29 men made application
with 17 reported placed.
Agricultural workers reported
placed, four; agricultural labor
ers, three; woods laborers placed,
eight, while four chauffeurs and
auto truck drivers asked for em
: Female workers had a larger
average in the nunxber ot workers
placed ia comparison . with the
number applying. A total of 16
women asked for employment and
four of the number were reported
voice and acts as foil for Rowe's
comedy. - . .
Mulkey. "Master of Magic," is
making his first tour over the
Ackerman and Harris circuit. He
comes direct from Europe. Mulkey
has many tricks that hold the attention.
Sitverton Bond Issue
Taken By Portlanders
SILVERTON, Ore.. Feb. 28.
(Special to The Statesman.) The
S3S.000 bond issue of school
bonds for the construction of ad
ditional school room at Silverton,
has been sold to the Lumbermen's
Trust ' company and the W estern
Bond and Mortgage company of
Portland. The issue was divided
as follows: $15,000 at 4 3-4 per
cent; $20,000 at 5 per cent. A
premium of $364 was paid. The
bonds are 20 optional after 12
yearB. The board has the privi
lege of retiring the 5 per cent
Officers Take Horses to 4
Warm, Comfortable Stable
Two horses left at Fairmount
street near Wilson were brought
into a downtown livery stable Uii
night by, police officers after "re
ports had been made that the
hors-s had been standing there
for the greater part of the after
noon. When the officers arrived ' at
the street,, they found the horses
were tied to a wagon, their har
ness left on them. They were not
protected by a blanket or cover
ing of any sort, which Is required
by the city ordinance.
From all evidence, the owner
of the animals had retired to a
comfortable bed and left the
horses standing in their harness.
The animals had" not suffered
much, because they were protect
ed by shaggy grey coats of hair,
which, showed that they had nnt
been cared for during the past
All The Niceties
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that go toward making a service
that is distinctive we have tried to
incorporate in our method of proce
dure when we answer a call. We
have studied the feelings, wishes
and hopes of those wha are left be
hind, and our. service is for them.
Consideration of even the small
est detail Is a definite part of our
"Superior yUncm! Sen
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