The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, March 25, 1925, Page 5, Image 5

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Oregon "Idle Tongues" with
Percy Marmoat and Doris
J ; Kenyon.
liberty ?the Chorus Lady
. .?' Prom the T stage!' play by
'':.':V James ty6The9,-bJ)Di;
t BUglwrviet Dyson Pays,
f Leather Pushers.
Kiwanlans Congratulated-
Three members of e the Kiwania
club sat in & row Tuesday noon
and were: called upon to tell of
the sex of dthe new arrivals at
their homes. ; Ed Schunke an
nounced the arrival of a boy not
yet named, Dr. Carl E. Miller a
baby girl, and E. E. . Watson a
boy. r. !"' f j .' ;! -j " '
Boxing, Salem Armory, Tonight -Dawson
ys Goggins.- 8:30 p. m.
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New Members AnnouncedI- -
Rerl E.' H.i Shanks,, pastor of
the Iifst Baptist church, was pre
sented with- a Kiwania club but
ton at the - Tuesday luncheon of
the calb. C. F. Breithaupt, flor
ist, was not present to. receive his
badge of membership. - He was
formerly a member of the Lions
. club; ijkllL:;kwUPjl-. f ' -a.
Prepare for Inspection- . :
The local ( headquarters deatch
tnent of the 29 th coast artillery
f the Oregon : national guard Is
working hrd to prepare for the
annual federaf inspection : to be
giren April 8. The guns are be
ing cleaned and the j new regnla-
Buys Furniture
Phone 511 .
Popular Priced 1
4 Mea'a and Young Bfena
Tailored Suits $25 to $45
;v'" i'w;--- H TAILOR
Dr. B. II. White
' h Otuopstky-Ssrguy j : j "
Dr. Abfa's aa.thod).
rV!v-' XtU Fhn' s me 99-4 V'.'A-
LADD & BUSH, Bankera
. Established 1868 j
' General Banking Business .
, Office Honrs from 10 s. m. to 3 p. m.
:. WOOD :asscl'COAL :;
. and all kinds of coal for every esc. ',..." .
C7We have padded Vans and first class moving and .
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phone 930 : ? 1
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, aiiey re iuaxanaies xaen tnuse t
Onae again, we've hit the season's high note in -styie
and quality. Our Hats are mighty fine hats :
to set under nowadays!
Thfey have the supreme distinction of being the choice T
of . the smartest dressers In town. And though ' exalted
In quality, they are hamble in price
ticra gold buttons are being sewed
onf the uniforms- so that all equip
mjent will be in good shape. The
use of pack equipment and in
fantry drill were emphasized at
tie last drill although it Is ex
pfected that signaling and more
technical work will be taken up at
tie next meeting. ,
j The headquarters company hare
made a yery good record in the
last two federal inspections and it
M expected that they will do as
wjell this time. .
Bfoxing, Salem Armory, Tonight
) Dawson vs. Ooggins. 8:30 p. m.
CJrotto Has Ceremonial
Between 15 and 20-candidates
were initiated into El Kares
Grotto at a special ceremonial last
night. A' number of Portland
njembers were present. -
Iiegion Order to Meet,
j The first of the spring "wrecks"
of La Society des 40 Hommes et
8 1 Chevaux, ; playground order of
tike American legion, is scheduled
tyr Dallas Saturday night. Mem
bers from SUverton and Salem are
making ' all . necessary ' arrange
rents to, attend, tbe'wreck
Hebekah Benefit "
Pence, Crystal Gardens, lYIday,
Jiarch '27.1 Public inyited. m27
Prnne Managers Confer
Packing' plant managers of the
different prune locals of the North
Priclfic Cooperative Prune Ex
change held a meeting at the Dun
dee plant last week, being' enter
tained at! luncheon followed by
Inspection of the plant and dis
cission of packing methods Which
ae being made uniform through
oat the association .plants. An
ojhier meeting will be held at Dal
lajs upon the return of M. J. New-
; Dancing! Dancing!
JLadlee. Free
Thomas Bros. Jasa Band Or
chestra, full of life and pep
Skating, Skating, Skating
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
ji at 1
to 57.00 ; ;
worth ft!
469 State SL '
house, general manager of the ex
change, who has . been on an ex
tensive trip to Europe and points
in the United States and Canada,
to consider condition' of packs at
point of delivery in the different
markets. ; A series of these meet
ings, to toe held at the different
plants will be conducted prior to
the opening of the 1925 packing
season. 5 5 r.
Boxing, Salem Armory, Tonight
Dawson vs. Goggins. 8 ISO p. m.
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Detained in New York
A telegram just received at the
headquarters of the North Pacific
Cooperative - Prune Exchange in
Portland from M. J. Newhouse,
general manager of the exchange,
states that owing to an attack of
tonsilitls he is confined to his
room in his hotel. Mr. Newhouse's
plans were to leave , Sunday for
Chicago, middle western and
southern points. : reaching Salem
about April 15.
Stndebaker Quality '.'
Is a delight to the motorist who
desires the most economical trans
portation. , The Certified Public
Motor Car Market" has some at
tractlTe buys In Light and Special
6 Studebakers. Call or phone tor
a demonstration of one of these
guaranteed. BWd cArs j M2S
Prune Advance Total 4 He
Additional advance of cent
per pound on the Italian pool of
the North Pacific Cooperative
Prune Exchange was ' sent out
from the Portland office last week,
bringing the total payments to
locals up to 4 c per pound. The
payment was on all sizes up to
and including 60-70s. This pay
ment covers a tonnage of over
10,000,000 pounds. I: 1
Largest Stock J ! ' -
Of used furniture outside of
Portland. Used Goods Store. H. L.
Stiff furniture Co. Opposite court
house.,. ., . - . . . m25
Ingalls Will Speak
C. E. Ingalls, postmaster of
Corvallis and editor of the Gazette
Times, will , epeak at the . library
this afternoon- at 3 o'clock to the
League of Women Voters. . Mr.
Ingalls Is a veary learned . man.
He is a close student, not only of
human affairs but! of .literature
aad he will give his hearers some
thing worth while,
Liona to Make Trip i
Approximately 40, members of
the Lions club, accompanied by
their wives, will attend the charter
night ceremonies in Corvallis to
night. Dinner will be served at
7 o'clock.
Special Introductory Offer
For one week ; only, smart
Meadowbrook hats,. - $7.55 and
$11.75. The French Shop. Mme.
Buffe JMorrison.llS High street.
Masonic-temple. ; .... ' m26
Attend Albany Meeting - " ,
In order , to. attend a meeting of
the. Eastern Star in Albany last
night. Mr. and Mrs. R. Jt Ohling.
former Albany .residents, and Rev.
and Mrs. U. S. , Crowder, motored
to the Linn county cityJ i -
Oregon Apples Good ". '.
Oregon is the third largest ship
per' of apples to metropolitan New
York, "and these 'shipments are
growing steadily In volume, ac
cording to a study of .the subject
made by the Bank of America, of
San Franeiju, ocie way, $1SU9
' . . Round Trip, tZO&O 4
to Anele, OEM WSf 2TeS3
. s : Round Trip, tZOJOO t
'' fascial Rates to Parties of '
Eight or .Mora. v.;
For laformation i and Reserra-
tiona t-hona 696, cr call at
cr:;rnAL ctact t'l::al
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B aas a 192S Oodrs tear-"
tag jut aiclr fcrofc la.
Xt Im tkmt real rm look
rw- mil Ufc to M axtrs
sood tins :a&4 Jots . et a
j " SEE XT TODAY : - :
for it won't last long
f WE(gB5&
that city. The monograph, which
has just been issued in pamphlet
form, points out that in 1923 Ore
gon shipped 7 per cent of all ap
ples received in New York city,
and a decided increase was record
ed in the volume of shipments in
the first six months of 1924. as
compared with the corresponding
period in 1923. In view of the
distance from the New York mar
ket, Oregon's record is a striking
commentary on , the successful
marketing efforts of the northwest
growers. Application of scientific
practice. to 'the growing of apples
has been carried to great lengths
In the4 Pacific northwest.
Boxing, Salem Armory, Tonight
: Dawson vs. Goggins. 8:30 p.m.
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Get Building Permits .
Building permits totaling $12, -000
were, issued Tuesday by Mar
ten Poulsen, city recorder.. These
were to the Hunt Brothers can
nery, for an addition to the main
building at Front and Division,
$6000; R. J. Young, for a dwell
ing at 964 North Summer, to cost
$3500 and to William A. Bond,
contractor, for a dwelling at 1060
Hood, to cost $2500. '
Boxing Salem Armory '
. Charles Dawson vs. Johnny
Goggens, ten 3-minute rounds. Bill
Hunt vs. Chan Butler, six 3-minute
rounds. : Special event. Kid
Mccormick vs. Billy M Bobbins.
Wed, March 23. - " m25
Births Are Reported
.; Birth of three boys was report
ed to the city health of ficer. Tues
day. These were Robert Wayne,
to Mr., and Mrs. A. H. Smith, of
Route 6, on March 13; - Wendell
Raymond, to Mr. and Mrs.,C. D.
Downing, Route 9, March 17 and
Percy Ralph, to Mr. , and Mrs. Joe
Martin, 971 North Commercial. on
ilarch 12th. . ,
Hemstitching, 6 and 8c. Stamped
Goods. 153 S. High St. m26
Open New Quarters April 1
Space has been leased from the
Northwest Fruit Products com
pany by Baker, Kelley St Mac
Laughlin, Inc., for their barreling
operations -this season.' : The com3
pany will open . the new quarters
April 1,. (Marshall and New Ore
gon strawberry contracts are still
being written by" the firm for their
Albany, Lebanon,' Woodburn and
Salem plants.' Contracted crops
will be delivered In The Phez
building on . Trade , street near
Commercial street.74 " ' m25
SeIl-Us-i-,v ' :?
'Your used furniture. H. L. Stiff
Furniture , Co., Used Goods De
partment, opposite court house.' .
Assault Trial Thursday .
; Trial of W. R. Smith, from the
SUverton district, will be' held in
the circuit court Thursday morn
ing at 9 o'clock. Smith is charged
with assault with" a dangerous
weapon. . ' .. . r.'u.i'.J.
Adventure Trip Halted f J ;
From Seattle to California was
the object of Walter Bentley,.17,;
and Erling Olsen, .16. who got as
far as Brooks when their journey
was Interrupted. .. The two lads
are now In jail pending word from
their relatives. The trip south was
being made on bicycles and came
Pure, snowy crystals, made by
an improved process of refining.
It is easy to take because it is
thoroughly purified. f
Especially good 'for elderly
people and those of middle age.
Millions of pounds sold yearly.
ti . i- ' Pound. Package 2 jj
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Perry Druz Stcro
lis Caati C-.Trr,"r,rrttl -' .
sat.:::::, . sxzuczn
h . MsF
te a sudden -ending , when the
youthful travelers asked the owner
of a filling station at Brooks tor
something to eat. They revealed
their story, the sheriff was noti
fied and" Deputy' Sam Burkhart de
tailed to bring them to Salem and
give them a square meal.- Both
boys are willing to return home
where at least they are able to eat
at regular intervals. '-
Special Introductory Offer
t For one week only, smart
Meadowbrook ' hats. $7.55 and
$11.75.' The French Shop.- Mme.
Buffe Morrison, 115 High street.
Masonic temple. m26
Lenae for Barreling Ope ratio
Baker. Kelley & McLaughlin,
Inc., have leased from the North
west Fruit Products, company,
space in The Phez building on
Trade street . near Commercial
street for their barreling opera
tions the coming season. The firm
Is still In the' market for all the
Marshall and 'New Oregon straw
berries available at their Lebanon,
Albany,. Salem and Woodburn
plants. m25
Tornado Fund Is Small
Between $20 and $25 have been
received by the American Red
Cross here to be used in "relief
work in the tornado swept district
of the middle west, according to
Dr., Henry E., Morris, who - has
charge of the fund - AH : money
received Is from free will offer
ings and . no solicitation ' is being
made. ' ; All money received will be
forwarded to San Francisco Fri
day. The Red ' Cross yesterday
moved from the third floor of the
Oregon building, where it has been
for several months, to room 20 of
the same building, sharing the lo
cation : with Boy Scout - head
quarters. Cut Flowers Floral Pieces
Adams, florist, 43 Court. m2 5
Riggs Estate) Appraised
Real property to the amount of
$9000 is included in the report on
the estate of J. L. Riggs, which is
valued at $22,184.26, which has
been filed In probate. Included
in the assets of the estate are 500
shares of stock in the Alaska Pe
troleum . ft Coal ' company and
shares in the Northwestern Trust
company ot Portland, " valued at
nothing in the report. Two-shares
of stock . In the Oregon Portland
Cement company are listed at
$650. Executors of the estate are
R. P. and Camilla Riggs.
Boxing, Salem Armory, Tonight
Da wson vs. Goggins. - 8 : 3 0 p. m.
Salem Debates Tillamook
; Salem will meet Tillamook In
the' first" Inter-district debate of
the season, according to" -word re
ceived Tuesday by Prof." J$ Ci Nel
son, principal of the high school,
from Dan Clark. of the University
of Oregon.' Tillamook is the win
ner of the - northern - Willamette
district. The contest will be held
on April 10,- Salem, making the
trip to Tillamook. . the principle
of. the referendum will be, defend
ed by the Salem high school team.
Prof. Balney to Speak
'."Professional -. Improvement . of
Teachers". is the topic of Prof.- H.
P. Rainey, of the school of educa
tion,'; University" of Oregon, who
will speak before gathering of
teachers of the Salem public
schools Thursday afternoon. ;
Auction Sale Friday.' 1 : 86 p.
-1653 S. 12th St.- See adr., m26
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Speeder Fined - : - . - -
Answering to charge of speed
ing, C. ' Martnd, of Portland, ap
peared in the justice court yesterday-afternoon
-and was fined $10
by Brazier ,0, Small, justice of the
peace.; The arrest was made by
Rt ,B. Rienhart, state officer,
licenses Are Issued
5 Two SUverton . couples . took out
marriage licenses in , the county
clerk's J Office : yesterday. ; They
were'" Jolmar Forsholm and Ger
trude Hoffman; and Sot us Tolstad
and Mabel Moen. .' , VJ ;
Proceedings Are lXOTissed-i
; Habeas . corpus proceedings in
stituted by Mose F. Hinds.- alias
William Johnson, alleged Kansas
bieamist. have 1en dismissed by
Judge McMahon. - Hinds was start
ed back for Fort Scott. Kan., In
charge of Sheriff Cooke of that
city. The state has filed Us re
turn In the habeas corpus, proceed
ings to secure the release of Nellie
Rambd Saunders from the feeble
minded school, alleging that she
was properly committed to the in
stitution. Cigar .Store Changes
i Roy Romaine and J. VT. Long,
formerly in the hotel business in
Portland.' have " purchased ,t h e
Blessing Orey cigar store and
pool room at 356 State. The deal,
which has been pending for several
weeks, . was T completed T Tuesday
morning. No plans for the future
have been' announced by either E.
F. Blessing of O. W. Orey, the
former proprietors. ' " '
Many' Teachers Are 111
Nine teachers are- forced to ab
sent themselves' from classes this
week on account of illness. : There
are more 'absent 'at present . than
haVebeen oat for a' number- of
years." according , to - George ;W
Hsg,: superintendent of schools.
Teachers', on 'the; sick' list Include
Mrs Grace 'Thompson, Wra Clara
Pomeroy and Hiss Harriett Peat,
of the Parrisa Junior high school;
school; Mrs. Rose. Gibson, of the
Richmond school; Mrs. Merle Dav
enport and Miss Greta Brumage,
of the Lincoln school, and the
Misses Temple and Welbon, of the
Highland school. : .
Attendance Is Low 'I,
- - Percentage of attendance
throughout, the entire school sys
tem was the lowest ' last month
than it has been for years due to
the influenza epidemic. Total, en
rollment for the school, month
which has just closed was given
Tuesday - as 4580 pupils, an in
crease of 50 over the preceding
month. Enrollment at the high
school was 1089 students, a gain
of three during the month.
Are Installing Vault
Preparatory to the installation
of a safety deposit vault, the side
walk In front of the Oregon build
ing Is being torn up and a huge
hole being excavated for the vault.
A savings and loan association lo
cated In the building will use the
Delegates Are Named
At a meeting of the school board
held last night the board voted to
send Superintendent Hug and Pro
fessor Miller, of Grant junior
high, tp the meeting of the Inland
Empire convention of teachers to
be held at Spokane this year. It
has been customary for several
years for members of the school
board p send delegates from their
faculty -staffs to these meetings
and it has been considered money
well spent) in view of the result
ing new ideas they have brought
back. '- 'w
Speeders Forfeit Rail
: Two speeders failed to appear In
police court Tuesday. These, and
the amount of bail each forfeited,
were G.- Everton," $10, and N.
Strabon, $5. 1 1 -
Rev. Blake Will Preach
.' ; ' Anniversary Sermon Soon
I Rev. H.. P. Blake will preach his
anniversary sermon at the Metho
dist church in Tualatin . Sunday
morning. He was born In Clack
amas . Clarkson, Monroe county.
New York. .March 31, 1833.
; V Rev. ' Blake' received his early
education ' In the ' public schools
and in the Collegiate institute of
New fifork" and . Michigan. ' His
father was a member of George
Men, Women
and Children
Coming to
' . on'
""' 'i-i
. from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. ,
Evenings by Appointment
Return Visits Made Regularly
No Charge . for Consultation
.On above date the noted rupture
appliance expert. C. F. Redlich.
will prove to every ruptured per
son free of charge: ....
"That you can no more acquire
an efficient and comfortable rup
ture appliance by mail than you
can a set of teeth, as all those who
for years have been worrying along
with the old fashioned. Ill smell
lng. elastic webb, or other poorly
fitting trusses know to their sor
row. Their ruptures were small
when they started with these
makeshifts and now they are large
and often painful. .
"That an appliance, to be effi:
cient-and comfortable, cannot be
sent by mail or sold over the coun
ter bat has to be up to date, scien
tifically constructed and must be
fitted to you by an expert In per
son. v-s n -; . ,
- "That only through this expert
personal work will you be com
tortable for years to come, can per
form your work and eventually be
come normal again because people
have different shapes and ruptures
are hardly ever In the same con
ditlon and location.'
Statistics show that 95 of all
children bv wearinr nroner sani
tary appliances, get rid of their
ruptures. . -
t Those afflicted with naval or
ventral ruptures after operation,
or prolapsing stomachs will be
much interested in his high grade
ap to date abdominal supporters
for men and women," made to fit
all sizes, shapes and purses. .
". Seamless elastic stockings out
wearing all others made to meas
The opportunity to find out your
exact condition and be properly at
tended to Is hero right -now Do
not miss it , V- r
- ' t C F.'REDLICn
Rupture-'Arr-Ilance Expert ,
' Home Office: .. !.."
J ZZ3 Roston Clock ' 8
Washington's bodyguard during
the Revolutionary war. ' V ' Rev
Blake served 'as postmastar In
Bellevue Mich-, during the admin
istration of Abraham Lincoln.
Nineteen years ago he came to
Oresron and occupied the pulpit in
Woodstock and Cornelius. He re
tired from active work after serv
ing a few years as pastor of the
church at Tualatin.
Pine CD
Improvement of Shaw Route
,to Silver Creek Falls
Also Advocated
Change of the one hour to the
two-hourr parking plan and the
adoption of the head-in system of
placing motor vehicles at the curb
were unanimously endorsed at the
Tuesday noon meeting of the KI
wanis club.
Cooperation with the county
court in obtaining a better road
to Silver Creek falls by way of
Shaw was urged by Fritz Slade,
and a committee of three will be
appointed to help boost the plan.
It was pointed out that there is
already a paved road for two miles
beyond Shaw, leaving seven miles
of fairly poor. road, only partially
graveled. The completion of this
segment is wanted by the club..
Though the county court has
already awarded a contract for
the improvement of the Silverton
Silver Creek falls route, it was
held important that the jShaw
route., also . receive attention in
order to provide a scenic loop trip
and more hard surface highway.
Attention was called to the
Chamber of Commerce estimate
that the falls would be visited by
at least 10.000 tourists during the
summer season.
Average Man Prone Lo Let
Others Do His Thinking
Declares Poling
; Much time is being wasted in
discussion of the origin of man,
while man's destiny is the import
ant. question, declared Rev. Chas.
8. Poling, who is conducting pre
Easter services at the First Pres
byterian church, in addressing the
Kiwanis club Tuesday noon at the
Marion hotel. -
"Man is nothing more than- a
grown-up kid. and the only dif
ference is that he has grown phys
ically and mentally, and his world
has enlarged from an intellectual
and spiritual standpoint," Rer.
Poling said.- L f - .
"The average man is Intellectu
ally lazy and is prone to allow
the other man to do his thinking,"
he continued. "There has never
been a day in history that calls
for the need of men and. women
to do their own thinking as to
day.. Know why and be able to
give a reason for what you are
and whai you believe. "It is the
man who .thinks who is doing the
big things in the world."
, That the average man thinks
too much of yesterday and of to
morrow and not enough of today,
wag the closing thought left by
the speaker.
il all j depends on how you feell
. . ' If yon do not feel good, fuD
of pep and the joy of living
nine times out of ten it's
your liver.
Act without making you sick. ' Tak
two tonight. Feel good in the morn
ing: Get a package of 60 for 25 eta
ii ii
s Favors
Friday, March 27, 1:8 0
? 553 South Twelfth Street Near Oal; '
"Take S. P. Street Car"
Majestic 6-hole steel ranee; pood heater; 2-bnrner oil stove;
good ice box for store or residence, like new; brass bed com
plete; sanitary .couch and pad; 5 beds complete; congoleuri
rug 9x12; oak extension table and chairs; oak rockers; 4cr ';
dressers; 4 good rugs and small rugs; kitchen cabinet; ci -board;
medicine chest;- 8-day clock; child's rocker; gard u
tools: oak stands;' table: bookcase and books; all leather rprir '
rocker, a dandy; library table; curtains; large built ia cur
board; carpet sweeper; oil mop: window shades; electric lirf.t
globes; garbage can; hand saw; 2 axes; camp cot and tad;
princess oak dresser; white -enamel plate glass mirror, lare;
chiffonier; pictures; drop head Singer sewing machine; writ
er; stair carpet; 3-4 beds; copper boiler; tubs; fruit jari;
china cabinet; crocks; dishes; 6 Viena chairs, and a I t of cl -goods.
All rugs and mattresses will be steam cka:
, Terms cash "Be on time."
: ; Owner, S. TwcITili L -
fWoodry TJuys ruxnitare for
Don't let them hurt. Don't t
rheumatism, lumbago, etc.. cause
von an hour of nain. Apply St.
Jacobs Oil and watch the pain
vanish. It seems magical. It hat
brought comfort to millions for
65 years., "You are sure of relief.
St. Jacobs Oil j
- i, - DIED .-.
KUNCITER At the home, seven
miles east of Salem, March 24.
Mrs. Alzbeta Kunciter. Slio
was the mother, of William and
Frank Kunciter, and Mrs. John
; Zak, and the grandmother , of
John F., Frank, Josephine and
"Ida Zak. Announcement of
- funeral will be made later' lj
the Rigdon mortuary.
LUTHSO In this city. March 2 4.
Henry Luthso, at the age of 64
years. He was a .resident of
Nortens, Tillamook county. Or.
The remains are at the Rigdon
mortuary. Funeral announce
ment later. r
HOLLAND At the home near
' Zena, March 24,. Mrs. Flora E.
Holland at the age of 69 years.
She was the wife of Rodger H.'
Holland; also survived by eight
"children. Funeral services will
be held Thursday, March 26, at
2 p. m. at the. Zena church.
Rigdon & Son directors.
How Fat Actress
Became Slender
i Many ctsgn people now depMiil mtirIy
upon MarmoU Prencription Tablet for
reducing and controlling fat. Otip rlever
actrcsa tll that ah redorrd steadily and
easily by nsinK this new form of llm
famoua Marmnla Prescript ion. Now, ly
taking Harmola Prescription TabU-t r
oral thnea a year ahe keeps her wfiht
jnst right. All drugintii sell MarmoU
Prescription Tablet at one dollar for
a box or if you prefer yon can aerure
thorn direct from the Maroiola Co, Gen
eral Motors Bide., Detroit, Mich. If you
have not tried them, do no. They aro
pleasant to take and effective. Adr.
Z Three months' business
course especially for
young people now em
ployed. Inquire at 123
Oregon Rldg.
New Management
Phone 2112 for appoint
ment 0 D Hwl .
Last Times Totlay
"Idle Tongues'
From the Novel
Dr. Nye
, Today Tomorro w
"The Chorus Lady"
From the Famous
Stage Success by
James Forbes
Bin HO
J LifJ U La y
Real Good
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iIJ:a.irary Hale, of the McKIaley