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" THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1025
TO BE PRESENTED
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Shikpoh Dramatic Society of
baiem ni 10 j
? Comedy Marc
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The Snikpon aramauc society pi
Salem high school Isj j to present
the OCharm Schopl,"j ja three-act
comedy by Alice Deurj MUler, as
the second play of the year, on
March! 20th at the fcjgh; school
auditorium. A well trained cast
has been selected wiin many of
the members baring Secured ex-
perience in several of j the school
plays that have oeen presented dar
ing th past year! '"The : Charm
Dependable Laxative for Sick
Hurry Iother! I Even a cross,
feverish, .bilious or j jconstipated
child loves the. pleasant taste of
"California Fig Syrnp" and It
never fails to open thej bowels. A
teaspoonful today; may prevent a
sick child tomorrow, j ; j il
Ask your druggist Ifor genuine
"California! Fig SyrupH which has
directions for babies and children
of all i ages j printed jon J bottle.
Mother! You must say "Califor
nia" or you may get an imitation
fig syrup. t-Adv.
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' The dinirig room table can't conceal the worn
spots any 1 longer. !i The sunshine strikes a
thread barq placehvhich looks pretty bad. Take
an inventory of what you need today, for just
now fs a' fine time to get new ones. There's a
splendid assortment just come in the pattern
and warm colors ;will warm your heart just to
look at them. ! j i
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There are! hundreds of new small rugs at at
tractive ! prices i so better take inventory now
and come jib and see the wonderful variety
which we h ve arranged on our main floor.
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-Because we carry in stock the largest assortment
RUGS in the state out side of Portland.
Theft you are
School" is , replete with, comedy
from the beginning to the end. In
addition it has its Beriona mo
menta, but the whole Is planned
to; make the evening a carefree.
The parts are admirably taken
by the following young people of
the high school: -
Austin ! Bevans, Daryl Olivers,
David MacKenzie, Cecil Thomp
son, George Boyd, Vernon Perry;
Jim and Tim SimpkJns, (the twins
are portrayed by Garlen Simson
and Gerold Mero); Homer Johns,
Wayne Harris, Elsoe Benedotti,
(the yonng girl who falls-madly
in i love with: Austin) Maureen
Styles. Sally Boyd, Elsie's chum,
is played by Gean Shipp,
Echo De Sart, Fay Wasson, Ma
rie Hitchcock, and Fay Walz are
members of the senior class tak
ing part In the play. Miss Hays,
the head of the school, is played
by Helen Marcus and the school
secretary Is played by Mildred Gil
bert. Leroy Grote, Fleur Beusch,
Wanda Heberlie, Bob Ramsden,
and Avery Thompson are cooper
ating In making the play a suc
cess, i r
nization of Woodburn
Presbyterian Ladies Aid i
in 1890 Observed !
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WOODBURX, March. 17. Mrs.
Ida Rowles, who has visited ! a
month with Mrs. Jessie Davis and
Mrs. A. N. Armes, left for her
home in Pulaski, Ind., but will
visit relatives in Montana on her
The 35th anniversary of the
Presbyterian Ladies Aid was cele
brated Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. S. W. Maupin with 31 in at
tendance, j The Aid was organized
March 6, j 1890, at the home of
Mrs. J. JVoorbees with a member
ship of only eight, two of the char
ter members are now living Mrs.
Estella Moshburger and Miss Mol
lis Voorhees. Mrs. E. Moshburg
er was present and gavte a very
interesting talk on early days in
the Aid society. ; Refreshments
were served by the hostess.
The WCTU met with Mrs. Mary
Livesay Friday afternoon. It was
Union Signal day.
Mrs. Hi M. Austin was hostess
Wednesday to the Phjab Bridge
club. Mrs. Frank Whitman had
CHURCH GROUP IS
NOIV 35 YEARS OLD
Rugs at Stiffs
assured of honest and courteous treat
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You Can Always Do Better
high, score. The eight , members
were seated at the dining room
table where refreshments "were
served.f -7 .;; : .'"J: -;r'-
Mrs. : Fred Evenden entertained
her bridge club Wednesday after
noon, j There are two tables In
Thursday the farm home of Mrs.
Elmer Settlemier was the scene of
a delightful 1 o'clock : luncheon
when she entertained the mem
bers of the PEO. Two long tables
in the dining room were made at
tractive with St. Patrick decora
tions and seated at these tables
the guests were served by the
hostess, assisted by her sister, Miss
Delia Webb. I j
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Powell are
on a trip of two or three weeks
visiting places in eastern Oregon,
Idaho, Utah, Colorado and Cali
fornia. ! .
St. Mary '8 guild met Tuesday at
the home of Mrs. L. M. Bitney.
The afternoon was spent in sew
ing on fancy work for a sale. The
hostess was assisted in serving by
her daughter, 5 Mrs. H. D. Miller
and Mrs. H. M. Austin. When
refreshments were served a light
ed birthday cake was placed before
the president, Mrs. Frank Wolf,
in honor of her birthday. Mem
bers present were Mrs. H. I Gill,
Mrs. Virginia Nicklin. Mrs. Frank
Wolf, Mrs. H. D. Miller. Mrs. H.
M.; Austin,, Mrs. E. Cowles, Mrs.
J. L. Shorey, Mrs. Cecil Espy, Mrs.
T. C. Foorman and Mrs. John No
lan. The next meeting will be
on March 24 at the home of Mrs!
H. M. Austin.
! Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Haller en
tertained ; the OAC club at the
regular monthly March meeting.
For several years the OAC club
has given a banquet to the grad
uates of W. H. S. So the details
for this banquet was the business
for the evening. Refreshments
were served by the hostess.
Brush' Creek School Is
I Planning Program Soon
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I SILVERTON, Or., March 17.
(Special to The Statesman.) The
Brush Creek school district will
give a I program on March 28 at
the school house. While most of
the .numbers will be given by the
school children, the program com
mittee Is endeavoring to secure a
few special numbers by outside
talent. A short play will be giv
en by 1 members of the parent
teachers' circle. Arrangements
are also being made for special
musical numbers. Miss ; Mary
Scott, the teacher, is trying to get
a feature number in the form of
whistling to be given by Portland
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NAMED F0H YEAR
Dr. C. H. Robertson Will
Head lllihee Country Club;
The standing committee for the
Illahee country club for the year
1925 were selected at the regular
meeting of the club held last night
at the Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. C. H. Robertson has been
selected president with a board
of directors and ten standing com
mittees. Directors for the organization
are F. W. Steuslof f. U. O. Shipley,
H. H. Olinger, T. B. Kay and F. D.
The committees are as follows:
Finance T. A. Livesly, chair
man; D. J. Fry, J. H. Farrer,
C. B. Webb and J. J. Roberts.
Membership H. H. Smith,
chairman; O. F. Franklin, Paul
Hendricks, Al Krause and Gus
Tournament Fred A. Williams,
Oliver Locke, A. A. Keene, Fred
Thielson, and Rex Sanford.
Greens and Fairways Chester
Cox, H. H. Olinger, William H.
House O. C. Locke, Mrs. J. H.
Farrer and W. H. Paulus.
" Landscape Chester Cox, H. H.
Smith and E. N. Gillingham.
Tennis C. B. Webb, D. W.
Eyre, H. W. Myers, W. T. Stoltz,
and J. H. McNary.
Handicap A. A. Keene, D. A.
Toung, L. C. Farmer and Sharkey.
Ladies Social Mesdames Oris
Fry, Paul Hendricks, E. L. Baker,
H. H. Olinger, O. C. Locke, E. N.
GiUingham, Donald Toung and
The entertainment committee is
divided into four sub-committees:
F. H. Spears, W. C. Dyer, Curtis
Cross and E. F. Slade.
A. J. Rahn, Jack Elliott, Carl
Gabrielson, and James Young.
Clifton Irwin, Paul Hendricks,
Frank Durbin, and Clifford Far
mer. F. D. Thielson, W. H. Lytle,
Breyman Boise and Carl Webb.
HELP SALEM TEH
Club Endorses Plan of Local
High School to Attend
Alex Bennett, pastor of the
First Methodist church at Brem
erton, Wash., brought the Salem
Kiwanis a sanguine message at
their regular luncheon yesterday
noon at the Marion hotel. The
speaker brought out the fact that
it was the business of every Ki
wanis to keep the fires of enthusi
asm burning; the warming of
hearts was also the task and duty
of every Klwanian.
"Ideality, he said. " is the
main task of the organization to
keep the enthusiasm burning. It
is linked with the ready service
keynote of the club and is mani
fested on all occasions."
The Kiwanis are to snend ten
minutes in their next meeting dis
cussing the parking ordinances of
tne city, which were referred to
committees for action at the regu
lar meeting of the city council.
The Kiwanis club went on re
cord yesterday in favorine the
Salem high, school. In their plans
to attend the interscholastlc bas
ketball tournament, to fee held in
Chicago soon. From all indica
tions the club is to help as much
Song Dedicated to Blind
Of Oregon Is Sold Here
Miss Nama Fnellps. talented
young Salem singer who has been
assisting in the sale of the song.
That Beautiful Home of the
Rose," which has been dedicated
to the blind of Oregon outside the
(Based on Don Quixote);
COMPANY OF 40 .
GOQGEOUS COSTUMES, .
SETTINGS, MUSIC DAMCS
oF this GREATEST STAR.
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8 sat gal Now at Bos
Xwr Floor S9.75; Bal
cony 92-76 and $2.20;
Low ir bXM $8.20; Up
per 11.65; OaUary fX.10
KIWIS PLAN TQ
state institutions, sang before the
joint meeting of the Masonic lodge
and the Eastern Star at their 8t.
Patrick's day celebration. Monday
evening she appeared before the
Rebeccahs at their regular meet
ing. She has appeared recently
before the Rotary club, the Wis
consin club and other clubs. j
Miss Elizabeth Silver, Willa
mette university student, has also
assisted in the popularization of
this song by appearing before the
Woodmen of the World. The re
sponse here resulted in the sale of
several hundred copies of the edi
tion. 1 .,
C. S. West, who is In charge of
the sale of the song in this, dis
trict, is also introducing the song
In the outlying districts of Salem.
All funds secured from the sale of
the song go to help the blind who
are in distress.
HIBT OUSTED :
FROM TJX BHD
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Ralph Wirth -Warned New
Secretary to Commission
T. A. Rinehart, for the last two
years secretary of the state tax
commission, was relieved from bis
duties Tuesday, effective April 1,
and Ralph Wirth, named his suc
cessor. The position pays $200 a
The commission announced
plans of investigating tax methods
in the various counties of the state
with particular emphasis being
placed upon the ratios of assessed
valuation to cash values. Atten
tion will be given to mercantile
and manufacturing establishments.
The ousting of Mr. Rinehart is
heralded at the state house as a
forerunner of other changes which
will be made In the near future.
Chief of these is the superintend
ence of the boys' training school,
a position held at present by L. M.
Gilbert. Rumor has it that W. L.
Kuser, former head of the institu
tion who was replaced by Mr.
Gilbert, may return to Oregon and
his old position. At present Mr.
Kuser is located in San Francisco.
New Invention of Great Merit
Gives Comfort and Relief
To Thousands Suf fer
ing From Rupture.
The Collings Rupture Expert,
H. E. Carl, will be at the Marion
Hotel, Salem, Ore., Friday and
Saturday, March 20 and 21. Every
ruptured person, whether man,
woman or child, should arrange to
call on one of the above mentioned
dates and get a free demonstration
of a new invention for difficult or
aggravated cases of rupture no
matter where located.
Thousands of persons who form
erly suffered the tortures of old
fashioned steel and spring trusses
are now rejoicing in their freedom
from the danger and discomfort of
rupture. If you who read this no
tice are interested in curing your
self completely, then don't fail to
visit the Collings Expert for an ab
solutely free demonstration and
trial of the most remarkable sys
tem for rupture that has ever been
invented. There is nothing like it
anywhere, and hosts of men and
women are amazed at the ease
with which their ruptures are con
VJhj wear trusses the rest of
your life? What you want is to be
cured of your rupture so you can
throw your truss away. You are
given an opportunity to find out
how you can do this by accepting
our free trial plan, absolutely
without a penny in advance. We
want a chance to prove to you that
the Collings System for rupture is
a real, genuine means of relief,
from gouging, cutting, chafing
spring trusses. We want you to
try this treatment at our expense
and send our representative to
personally apply it to your particu
lar case of rupture. Rememner it
costs you no money to give this
System a trial and you should De
anxious to know if it holds out
greater possibilities of a cure than
what you are now using.
The expert who is coming to
your city Is thoroughly experienced
in the Collings System and he will
be glad to give you the benefit of
his experience in the treatment of
rupture, without any charge what
ever. No matter what you have
tried or how many times you have
failed, you can't afford to miss
this opportunity. Mr. Carl will
explain about the famous Capt
Collings System fit treating rup
ture the System that thousands
report have healed them in their
own homes. He will show you
plainly why this Method of treat
ing rapture has been so remark
No ruptured person can afford
to suffer 'the danger and Incon
venience of rupture when a means
of relief is brought to your very
door. ' Don't let the little ones
grow i no handicapped with rup
ture. Find out the Collings Sys
tem of recovery without operation
It will be well worth any rup
tured person's time to see this ex
pert.' ; It is not often that such an
opportunity comes and when it
does. - it is foolish to neglect It.
Call at the Marion. Hotel, any day
or evening, Friday or Saturday,
Marcn 20 or 21. Honrs t to 12
a. m.. 2 to 5 p. mM 7 t 9 " rnings.
and bring this notice you.
Capt. W. A. COL Vine
m OF THIEVES
BUSY IN DISH
Farmers Along Pacific High
way North of Salem Re
port Loss to Officers
Automobile thieves who break
Into garages and barns to strip
automobiles of accessories are op
erating in the districts on the Pa
cific highway north of Salem, ac
cording to the reports which are
dribbling into the sheriff office
day by day. The main robberies
were committed some time last
week, while the reports were not
made promptly. As a result the
local officers have been powerless
to give assistance or to trace the
Seven garages have been en
tered by the gang, which operates
in a systematic manner. The only
clue which the officers are able to
clearly state is the report of a
large car, which was headed south
at a high rate of speed. It is
probable that the gang is operating
by touching at communities here
and there and selling the loot at
some southern point, for instance
The gang used the same
methods in every robbery that has
Entrance was usually gained by
forcing the lock on a door and en
tering the garage to obtain their
loot, which consisted, as a rule,
of batteries, spotlights, sidelights,
tools, and other articles that are
stored in the garage.
From every indication the
workers were fast and did the
work before the barking dog of
the farmers and other disturbances
were very loud.
Marion County Petition
For Rehearing Is Denied
A petition for rehearing In the
case of Ben Rosenau, appellant,
against C. F. Lansing, on appeal
from Marion county, was denied
Tuesday in an opinion written by
Justice Rand. The opinion hand
ed down some time ago was in
favor of the appellant. The case
involved a contract for the deliv
ery of nursery stock.
Other opinions handed down yes
State of Oregon, appellant, vs
George Chandler; appeal from
Lake county; appeal from order of
court sustaining demurrer and
from judgment on demurrer to an
indictment relative to distribution
of water. Opinion by Justice
Rand. Judge J. M. Batchelder re
versed and case remanded.
M. P. Vanderpool, appellant, vs
E. Burkitt; appeal from Multno
mah county; appeal from order
sustaining motion to set aside
judgment.' Opinion by Justice
Rand. Judge John P. Cavenaugh
Robert L. Collis, appellant, ts
P. A. Sutherlin; appeal from Mult
nomah county; suit to collect
money. Opinion by Justice Belt.
Judge Gustar Anderson reversed
and case remanded.
Petition for rehearing denied in
Kesterson vs Oregon-California
Power company, et al.
Oregon Creamery Directors
Patton Make Run to Sandy
Directors of the North Pacific
Cooperative Creameries, recently
organized by eight Oregon Cream-
erits, will hold their first meeting
since organization of the associa
tion, in Portland, today. Matters
concerning cream grading prob
lems will be taken up, and other
matters pertaining to the stand
ardization of butter.
Creameries making up the or
ganization are; Capitol City
Creamery, Salem; Lower Colum
bia Cooperative Dairy association,
Astoria; Eugene Farmers Cooper
ative Creamery;- St. Paul Cream
ery; Hood River Creamery; Ra
ven Dairy company, Portland;
Mt. Angel Creamery and Ice com
pany and OAC Creamery, Corvallis
the latter concern participating
only in cream grading ' work, but
not officially a member of the as
sociation. Officers are: M. M. Doney,
Eugene, president; H. C. Raven,
Portland, vice-president; V. D.
Chappell, OAC, Corvallis, secre
tary and treasurer.
The straight and narrow oath
Is plenty wide for its traffic.
For 65 years St. Jacobs
Oil bas been ending pain
for millions. It stops at
once most of the pains we
suffer, and gives Nature a
chance to cure. AH pains
allied to rheumatism, to
backache and , lameness
are among them. And the
pains and dangers of chest
Some results' come
Arough counter Irritation.
Some by relieving conges
You can afford to wait.
:ion, by bringing the blood
to the skin. All are
prompt. Before you stop
rubbing on St. Jacobs Oil
the pain ebbs away.
Then you? forget- the
trouble, while Nature has
a chance to cure
Rheumatism Backache Lameness
Mont forest Hsddip j:
numbs low so pleas
Daddy, bring us some
more We'd be
lost without it !m
Pasi l I around after
every . meal . A
Give the family lite Benefit
of thi94 aid to digestions
It cleanses ;thek teeth tool
Keep Jt.ahrays. in.the.housc,
SEALED 77GHT- KEPT RIGHT
Willamette University Stu
dents Hear Bremerton
Reverend Alex Bennet of Brem
erton, Wash., delivered an address
to the students of Willamette uni
versity yesterday during the reg
ular chapel period. The address
was well received by the students
and was considered to be one of
the best given for some time.
Rverend Bennett started his ad
dress with a disertation on the
subject of "The Sunshine of
Christian Faith," and brought out
quite forcefully that this form of
sunshine should claim the souls of
As a further thought Reverend
Bennett brought out the point
that the secret of friendship is to
be found in the belief that all
bounds of friendship to be found
on earth are from hearen.
After giving several interesting
anecdotes Reverend Bennett clos
ed: his address by showing the
students that they should not
worry about living up to their
degrees but should do their best
An address was given to the
Kimball College students at 3
Special Train Is Secured
For Willamette Students
; Willamette university students
are to be served by a special train
which will carry them direct to
Portland in, order that the train
connection may . be made with
north and east bound trains dur
ing the spring vacation which
starts Friday afternoon.
The train will be shunted onto
the siding next to Lausanne hall
and is scheduled to leave at 2
Some will tell you other
ways to do this. But re
member that this way has
for 65 years been, relier-!
ing pain for millions. It
does that quickly, without
burning the skin. You can
rely on It. Your druggist
guarantees it. Why Uke
chances on a method not
Keep St. Jacob's Oil on
hand. Have it ready when
the pain starts. Don't
waste hours which you
can spend in comfort. Just
a moment of rubbing with
St. Jacobs OH will , end
most of the pains you suffer.-
And check a chest
cold at the start. Think
how little the cost only
35 cents to Insure that.
Lumbago Soreness Chest Colds
o'clock Friday afternoon. This
train has been secured througV
the special arrangements of th(
Southern Pacific company.
During the Christmas vacation
a special train was arranged
which carried many of the stu
dents to Portland on one of the
best runs made on the S. P. lines
between here and Portland.
QHFS yoar daughter and per
O haps you hate to think of her
having to work for a living
But this sort of thing does happen
' in very nice familiesana too
often the girl is utterly unpre
pared for any well-paid occupa
tion. So she takes a poorly-paid
job as sales girl, waitress or clerk.
It's different when there Is a
Corona in the home. A child
who has learned to om Corona
Four, with its standard office
keyboard, can operate any office
. machine and you've provided
her with the best kind of an
insurance policy against the day
when she may be forced to sup
c port herself.
The price of Corona Four U $50
cash. Easy terms arranged if
desired. ' Call or phone for a
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