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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1925)
TOMORROW A NUMBER from
Salem plan to' motor to Port
land to be guests at a 12:30
o'clock luncheon honoring Mrfl.
Craig Conner (Margaret Grahami)
In the group -will be: Mrs. Vf.
W. Loonejr. Mrs. Walter L. Spann
ing Mrs. W. H. Darby, Mrs. Fred
erick Hill Thompson. Mrs. F. G.
Bowersox, Mrs. Paul V.- Jonnsoa,
Mrs. F. L. Utter. Mrs. Morton
Peck, Mrs. Ray L. Smith, Mr).
Grotef C. Bellinger, Mrs. Victor
Looney, Mn. Kenneth Graham,
Mrs. B. L. Darby, Mrs. J. C. Evan.
and'Mrs. C. E. Bates. j
, Reverend and Mrs. W. C Kant
ner and daughters. Miss LaVerne
and Miss Constance, are anticipat
ing with pleasure roovin tomor
row Into their newly c6mpletel
home at 853 N. Commercial street.
Over the week-end the. Kantneila
will entertain their son , Professor
Clifford Kantner of Seattle who
will be accompanied by his oq,
Jean, a senior at the University Jdf
Washington, whom : Salem beard
sing five years ago.1 and by Nath
an Stewart, a gifted pupil of Pro
fessor Kantner. These three will
give an exceptionally interesting
program , on Sunday night at thfe
First Congregational church,, pia
the closing eye of Dr. Kantner's
ministry. Mr. lean Kantner", who
sang in- Salem fire years ago, wHl
be remembere as a high' soprano.
He 'how - sings 'barft'orie. " At the
University of Washington - "M.
Kantner is a member of the hon
orary musical fraternity, .Phi Mp
Alpha. Mr- Stewart has just re
ceived a flattering offer for an ex:
,tenslre concert tour. t ' j
In every way. the Sunday evenj
icg musical as it is announced proi
mises to be of outstanding interest
as was the program of the past
Sunday evening which repeated- k
much-appreciated Easter - concert.
The party from Seattle is plan
ning to make the trip to Salera
b motor. - I
Mrs. Harwobd Hall will be on$
of the speakers at the public welt
fare institute which will be helij
in Portland under, the sponsorship
of the Oregon Federation, of Wo
men's clubs April 29-May 1. Mm
Hall is scheduled to speak on the
second day of the convention with
her. subject, "Welfare and Recreat
tional Work at Cttenrawa India 0
The American Association o
University Women are devoting
their . concentrated . energies to
what promises to be one of the
most interesting events' of th
month the concert tomorrow eve
ning at Waller hall In which Miss
Frances Virginie Melton, Profes?
sor William Wallace Graham, and
Professor E, W. Hobson will be
the participating artists. .
The birthday of Mrs. Paul m
Johnson was1 the inspiration yes
terday afternooon for a delightful
line party followed, with tea at the
Colonial Dame Tea Shoppe ai
which Mrs. Walter L. Spauldin
was the hostess. After enjoying
Colleen Moore aa a fascinating
"Sally" at the Oregon theatre, th
group had tea together at the
Colonial Dame. Yellow tulips in;
a blue bowl centered the tablq
with French yellow candles and
place cards to harmonize.' Twelve
guests were present for the charnH
Ing affair. iv,
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The Woman's Foreign Mission
ary society of the Jason Lee church!
will hold-4taeir regular meetiag at
the home', of Mrs. Dies. 2440 Fair
grinds , Road, on Wednesday!
ApriL22...ThU will be the quarter
Ij tea, meeting of the society,. -
a most successful event was
' the chicken pie dinner last nighi
at the Armory when the members
of Hal Hfbbard 1 auxiliary . enterJ
tained for the' members - of Ilaf
Ilibbard camp and their children
Oyer seventy persona were In the!
After greetings were Extended
by the president, Mrs. F. A
Dry, scaly, itching
Don't let it destroy your com
fort or your looks. Don't let pim
: pies, niotcnes or eczema worry
you. Modern science has found 4
, quick corrective. It relieves at
i once. It heals so soon you will
laugh at such troubles. I
Sulphur, of course, is a chief
) factor. No one can hope to find
a better way to fight parasites Id
the skin. But decades of study
have revealed ways to bring mulf
tiplied effects. j
Mentho-Sulphur combines all
that is needed all the best' men
know today. It hag brought t?
countless people skins clear and
smooth and fine. A few cent
will command It, a moment will
show relief, and thr.ee days will
often restore normal conditions.
Just ask your druggist for a Jaf-
of Rovlei Mentho - Sulphur,
Learn now how easily such trou-
bles can be ended.
i Far Frm SamfU'AJdrmm
: WHITFWALL PHARMACAL CO.. Inc.
fNUi-oaAvcy m - tfcvYwk. N. Y
Phnne: lOfi - ! 1 -'" UUj -
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rfYrrrfrv n'-f.r:imATt i
Today ; ' : j -'j i: ': j T
og. 1085 N. Church street, hos
tess. I . .,. .1 , i !:
J Y. K. it'. . class of the First
Methodist church. Mr. and , Mrs.
Harry Scott. 980 N 5th St.
Chadwick chapter of the Eastern
Star. . Anniversary dinner 6
olclock.- - r. j -u i :
Bridge benefit. Sponsorship of
the daughters of the American
RievoltrUDtit ' 'tin. Russell Catlta,
hostess.' j ' -' '!
Barbara Frietchle ' club. Mrs.
F, G.-SteaTBa,-189 S. 19th street.
a 'o'clock. i : - h " : -- "
WCTTJ Halls. 230 o'clock. -Wednesday
AAUW concert. (Waller ;hall, 8
block. M j ?' - '
First Methodist phurch King's
Heralds. Guests of the WFMS.
and - mite-box
Men's Bible class dinner. First
Presbyterian! church 6:30 o'clock.
Barbara Frietchle tent No. 2.
Daughters of Veterans. . Armory.
8 o'clock, j t
Woman's i Foreign Missionary
society of the Jason Lee Methodist
church. Mrs. Dies,' hostess. Quar
terly. tea. U j,L. " .
' ":'"..'- ' !Tborsday;: .,
University" of Oregon Glee clubs
and orchestra, Concert. Grand
theatre. 1 ' ''' , j ' . '
I i Friday - r
Dance. Junior Guild of St.
Paul's EpIscopaL church. Crystal
Gardens. j' I '
4 Adelante and Wepsterian liter
ary societies!. Joint banquet. Gray
Belle. "" : . I ,
First Presbyterian church. La
di s" Aid society1. 2; 30 o'clock.
Salem Woman's i club. Club
house. 2:30 o'clock.
- O. A. C. orchestra, assisted by
Byron D. Arnold, pianist. Waller
hall. 8:15 o'clock, j j
j ' i Rlay
. jSpecial musicaleJ First Con
gregational chnrch. 7;30 o'clock.
Professor Clifford Kantner, Jean
Kantner, and Nathan Stewart, all
of) Seattle, participants.
Thompson', a program was given
consisting of a vocal! solo by Doro
thy Brant, accompanied by Miss
Patterson ; an instrumental- duet
by the Misses Adora jRaymond and
W lma Shelley; a whistling solo
by Mrs. LaMoine Clark; a reading
by "little Miss Sammons, land a
saxaphone solo 1 by Mr. Frank
Alley. Talks were given br Mr.
Chang, Mr. Alley, Mr. Arnold, Col.
Abrams, Major Miller, Mr. Chas.
Lisle and Mr. Clarence Miller.
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pliss Gunelje Strand of Port
land is a bouse" guest at the Pres
byterian manse. Miss Strand is a
family friend 'of Rev. and Mrs.
Wkrd Willis Long aind of Mrs. R.
Mj T. Hester.
iMrs. Howard H.. Haley, nee Lor
rajne Parsons; arrived Saturday
night from her home in San Fran
cisco for a few week's visit with
her mother, Mrs. Jula Parsons.
The wedding of Miss Parsons and
Mr. Haley, son of . Mr. and Mrs.
Franklin R. Haley, a pioneer fam
ily of Frisco, waa aj recent event
In " the Bay City. Mr. Haley will
join his wife here for a short visit
before they; return jto San j Fran
cisico where he Is sales supervisor
of IDevonshlre estates. Several af
fairs have been planned for Airs.
Haley daring her visit here.
A number of but of town guests
will be present this afternoon for
the larjce benefit bridge 'affair.
which Chemeketa chapter of the
daughters of the American Revo
lution are sponsoring at the home
of the chapteri regehtMrs. Rii3-
sefl Catlin. ' :
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The Salem branch of the Ore
gon State Music Teachers' associa
tion, as is their custom, is making
interesting plans for the observ
ance this year of Music week
which falls the first week In May.
It is' the plan of the committee
to culminate the. entire week in
a big civic program on the eve
ning of Tuesday, May 5 at the
armory. . . .., j " ..if
The organizations which will
participate will be: the Cherrian
band, the Apollo club,' the Rotary
quartet, the Whitney. Boys' - chor
usj the MacDowell club, tha Salem
hih school chorus,! and ' the two
Willamette university glee clubs.
In addition to numbers by tie
above, splendid vrganlzatlofiS
there will toe speeches in keeping
with music week by Mrs. Warren
H4 Thomas, Mayor John B. Giesy,
and Governor .Walter MPlertfe.
. The committee in'charge of the
concert.- the primary purpose of
which Is to further a larger Inter
est In civic musical affairs, includ
es! Miss Elizabeth1 Levy, Mrs.
Wplter H. Denton Miss Margaret
Ffeher, and the president. Mrs.
Hirry M. Styles. i
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jBarbara Frietchle tent, No.- 2,
Daughters of .Veterans, will meet
for their regular meeting at 8
o'clock Wednesday evening! at the
armorr. Election ot delegates for
mm or.TCt on statesman, salem, ohkgo:?
the convention ,wiii--be ta pnn
cIpaL business of the; exenisS. Alt
Daughters of Veterans are asked
j;u;,!. ! Ij;-; ii ) , , ? i.,..V:
! !,Mr, and Mrs. E. Minchin ; of
Portland were week-end guests at
the bome of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Sturglis and Mrs. George Sturgis.
1 Mrs.1 01ifton Mudd presented her
piano pupils in recital at her home
Studio on Friday evening. Mrs.
Fre4-' pargo assisted with two
songs, ind little Billie Mudd, with
i,readipg. ' . ; . ' '. :
j The; 'pupils taking part in the
concert were; Echo' Hall, Melba
Hodgesi Victor Barth, 'Eleanor
Bartb. iflldred Viner, Elvlna Kas
berg, Ruth Carlson, Virginia .Van
Cleave, I Davy Willis, Bernard Zo
bel, Leodice Merrils, Helen Mit
tenberger. :: . i
1 ij i "St-.'-1 i '.
of the ; most interesting
meetings of the year will be that
at 6 o'clock this evening of Chad
wick chapter of the Eastern Star
when, the members meet : for the
annual! anniversary dinner: i
; M j!i 'f I & . I : ( i
I The Writers! (club will meet this
evening with Mrs'. W. F. Fargo,
1885 N,' Church street, j
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The ISalemi WCTU will meet at
2:30 q'clock tomorrow atfernoon
Ray Hartuian and Mrs.
Frederick Brock will entertain-on
Wednesday nd. on ; Thursday at
what promises to1 be two of the
week's most charming affairs. On
Wednesday Mrs. Hartman and
Mrs. Brock will entertain guests
at three tables of bridge at the
Hartman. home, with additional
guests at tea and on Thursday the
same hostesses have invited guests
for six tables' of bridge at the Gray
Belle, with others for i the- ,i tea
hour. : i ML ' '!' h ! i
The BE club 'Will meet tomor
row evening at- the -C ' Jepson
home, 1209 Ferry streeti ;1;'
;- - ';it: j l:1:f;
; Mrs. W. W. -Moore was a. guest
over the week-end. of her daugh-.
ter. Miss Lucille Moore, in Corval
Its, attending the annual Stunt
show, at the Oregon Agricultural
college. First place was awarded
the Alpha Chi Omega sorority, ot
which .Miss Lucille Moore , is a
member. - : ' j; I: j :
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. Mrs. J. C. Corbin, Miss Louise
Corbin, Mrs. Ralph Frohman, Mis
Helen Frohman, Mrs. James S.
'Elton, and Mis Jane Florence El
ton, all of Portland, were house
guests over the week-end at I the
J. A. Churchill home, ' having1 at
tended the attractive tea at which
Mrs. J. A. Churchill and Miss Ma
rie. Churchill were- hostesses on
Saturday. . r ;: .
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.. Barbara Frietchle club will meet
at 2- o'clock this afternoon at the
home of .Mrs. F. G. Stearns, 180
S. 19th street. :.- lis
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.The attractive home of Mrs. A.
M. Knapp was the scene on Sat
urday night of a slumber party
for 12 girls. After an evening of
chatting and dancing, refresh
ments were served, Mrs. J. ' P.
Smart and Miss Betty Turner as
sisting the hostess. The girls were
f rocked in dainty pastel shades for
the occasion. Sunday morning a
delicious waffle breakfast was
served with a bowl of pink tulips
centering the table where covers
were placed for: Miss Imogene
Gardner, Miss Betty Turner, 'Mrs.
J. B. Smart, Miss Nina-Marshall,
Ml&s Genevieve Barbour, Miss Vio
let Snyder, Miss Beatrice Gibson.'
Miss Valleda Ohmart, Miss Ruth
Stover, Miss Helen j Meyer, Miss
Ruby Brenner, l and the! (hostess,
Mrs. A. M. Knappk. J V. :. . . j
Mrs. ; HeniyBrophylefV - last
week for Walla Walla, 5 Wash.,
where she will spend a month's va
cation. ' M !. f -I :' '
The YKK class of the First
Methodist church will meet this
evening with "Mr. and Mrs, Harry
Scott, 960 N. 6th street.
The engagement of Miss Freda
Goodrich, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick W. Goodrich, to
Rue J. Mowrey, son of Mrs. H. M.
Carlock, which was announced on
the University of Oregon campus
Saturday night,tis of interest to
a wide circle' of friends of ;the
young couple. Mias Goodrich is
graduate of St. Mary's academy
and Of the University of Oregon,
where she was a member ot Alpha
Chi Omega. Mr. Mpwry is a sen
ior at the university and a mem
ber of Theta Chi. ' The news was
made known at the Alpha Chi Om
ega house during the dinner hour
by means of 'corsages in which (he
announcement cards were conceal
ed. No definite date baa been set
for the wedding. Portland Tele
gram. :t : M1:
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city r;EWs i
(ContiauuA from ptg 5)
Official announcement was
made at Willamette university
Aionaay that a cup had been pre
sented by Joseph Albert to be
fraternity whose members have
tne highest average In grades dur
ing the last semester.
iin Anstlu on Radio
- Florence Austin, a former Sa-
I lem girl and now a student ot the
university or Southern CaUfornU
( Starts I
' Starts I ' I ', ;
college of music, j will open the
program oyer KFI Thursday eve
nine. ADril 23: coast time 7:30
to S o'clock (467
meters.) . The
nrogram is Put on
by the Mu Phi
Epsllon sorority. H which Miss
Austin is an active member. Sa
lem friends may, be interested to
listen in on this program, as Flor-.
ence will be remembered by many
here. The above information
comes to a Salem friend from Mrs.
J. S. Austin. 1103 Lincoln avenue,
Anaheim. Cal. KFI is the Pack
ard motor car building, Los An
Favor Screen Sta
i Many people in Salem -have
features of famous 'stage stars, de
clared Miss Kathryn Gunnell,
photographer and artist,' in com
menting upon the j types of faces
most prevalent" in the. screen
world. "I plan. ont taking several
types of pictures of Salem people
and making a dramatic section In
my studio. There are types easily
recognized and by j a little decoration,-which
the famous stars ef
fect,' the local people can'be'made
to resemble the faihous stars, such
as Gloria iSwansbn,! Rudolph Val
entino ana oiners. j
To Address Rotary-
Rev. J. R. Buck
of St. Joseph's
Catholic church w
ill address the
Rotarians at their
ing fWednesday nofln on "Remem
brances of My Vteit In Europe. "
Father : Buck, ma&e - an extensive
tour , of Europe last, year and has
many interesting Impressions of
his trip to tell about.
j ! ! ; ; :' HN'- ::
9Iay Qneen Named; j ' ;
Esther Ridgewajr defeated Syl
vesta Chrisman for lay Queen at
Stayton. The May; festival will be
held May 2. A field and track
meet for southern j Marion county
and reception for the eighth grade
pupils of 15 districts adjacent to
"Stayton! will be features of the
M ! i
Pioneer Is I)eal
.Funeral services for Millard Fill
more Percival, Oregon pioneer and
retired farmer, were held in Port
land Monday.! He was born in
Missouri in 1849 and came to Ore
gon with his parents in 1852, lo
cating near . Dallas. He is sur
vived by a son and a sister. Mr3.
J. L. Riggs. ot Salem J Mr. Per
ciral was injured iq an automobile
accident June 12. '1924, and was
confined to a hospital until his
1$ Old Timer
V William Riley
who, was haled
into the police court on a possess
ion of liquor charge, has a record
in Salem that makes' him well
BAD TAKE SALTS
Says- Backache Often Means Y'oo
Have Not Been Drinking
When you wake up with back
ache and dull misery in the kid
ney region it may mean you have
been eating foods' which create
acids, says a well known author
ity An excess of such acids over
works the kidneys in their effort
to filter it from the blood and
they become sort of paralyzed and
loggy. When your kidneys get
sluggish, and clog j you must re
lieve them, like yoq relieve your
bowels, .removing all the body's
urinous waste, else you have back
ache,! sick1 headache, dizzy spells;
your stomach sours',; j tongue is
coated . and when the weather Is
bail you have rheumatic 'twinges.
The urine Is cloudy fall of sedi
ment, channels often f get sore,
water scalds and you are obliged
to seek relief two or three times
during the night, j
Either consult a' good, reliable
physician at once j o"r get from
your pharmacist about four ounces
of Jad Salts; take a tablespoonful
in a. glass of water before break
fast for a few days; and your kid
neys ' may then act fine. This
famous salts is made from the
acid of grapes and . lemon juice,
combined " with lithia, and has
been used for years to help clean
and stimulate sluggish kidneys, al
so to neutralize acids; In the sys
tem, I so they no longer irritate,
thus often relieving bladder weak
ness.' , jj - ,; -
Jad Salts is inexpensive, can
not injure, and makes a delightful
effervescent lithia-water j drink.
Drink lots of soft water. ;: By , all
means have your j physician ex
amine your kidneys at least twice
a year4 Adv. mimL
J, J .
r i. ill IuiiwC ciUM. .Xi.oh.ci-
ffay br was released on $"150 ball
after' te had been arrested at his
feed store. Last year, on April
15, Riley was" arrested, and fined
8200 for possession of liquor and
the breaking of glass upon the
street. On a previous occassion he
forfeited a bail of $20 when he
was arrested on an assault charge.:
Yesterday he aemanded a trial
and will be arranged- at a later
date. --ii' - I
In juries Received--
George Maier, an employe of
the Falrmount dairy,1 sustained a
painful.- although ; not-' serious;
scalp, wound when he slipped and
fell at the plant yeslerday; Mrs;
Walter Allen received an Injured
eye When a concentrated portion
of lye accidentally got in her eye.
She was brought : to Salem for
medical attention from her home
near Liberty. ' ; (
Justice's Uncle Dead-
Word has been- received by
Justice Harry H. Belt of the ac
cidental death in Spokane Sunday
of an" uncle, Judge George W
Belt. Judge Belt was born oni
the old ' Belt homestead ' at Union
and Church August 13, 18$4.. He
was graduated from Willamette
university and admitted to the
bar in 1884. Death was caused
by being, struck by a bicycle rid-!
den by a messenger boy, the accl-l
dent, occurring-in a . rain and In
front of his home as he and Mrs J
Belt were crossing the street. j
New Membory Announced
H. L. Morrison, manager; of the
Royal cafeteria, who has' just re-
cently moved to this city - f roml
Boise, Idaho, was I announced as
a new member at the Chamber ot
Commerce yesterday; Other! names
announced, are J. C. Gaihes, rep
resenting the Mason-Ehrmah com
pany -of " Portland; Robert C.:
Crawford, superintendent bf the
Oregon - state - flax industry,- and
Rev. Fred C." Taylor, pastor of
the First Methodist church, who
recently came to this city
Prowler. Knters Chnrch "
A prowler entered thei iFlrst
Unitarian church Sunday j night,
following the regular studies, . ac
cording to the report made by
Rev. Martin Fereshetian, pastor of
the church. Besides scattering pa
pers in the study; little damage
was done. Entrance was gained
by jimmying a window and en
tering through the basement. Only
oie person was involved In the
escapade, as evidenced by tracks
left in the newly leveled yard sur
rounding the church. It is thought
that the identity of the ; prowler
w.ill be learned. Other churches
have been recently entered and
Medical Men to Meet
Members of the Polk-Yamhill-X
arlon Medical society will meet
a: the Gray Belle for dinner at 7
of clock tonight. Several import
amt papers will be read, covering
a symposium on disease and the
treatment of accessory sinues of
tji nose. The discussion will be
ofpened with a paper by brj F. E.
Brown. Others taking part in the
nieeting and the parts assigned
to I each are: Dr. II J Lee iWood,
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7 Smsll snakes
12 Loose soil
18 To wsrm
'JO AirDointsnent I
21 To shoot from eorer :
23 Bird resembling heron
23 Coating; en iron
25 -Poem s . $
26 Inactie l ' ' t
27 Belonging to St
Si Part of day
39 Printer's nni
4ft tte of insensibility.
42 That thing
47 Myself 1
4 Slice : .
50 A meat - - j - ,i ; . -i
31 Chance f . '
53 Abys . .. r .... ,,:;,. J,.
54 Matron i !
56 By means of - , ... --
58 Not rlosed " ) t
60 -Dwellin place ... i
61 Acid froit i
62 South American Indian
64 Inhabitant of Ireland
66 - Shelter !
67- Nmtw paKsarewajrs ,
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"Syinptoms ' and" Etiology; Dr.
Harold ..Brown, "Jdedical ' Treat
ment," and 1 Dr. M. C. Fihdley,
Concert Committee Named
Jack Benefiel, graduate' mana
ger of the associated student body
of . the University of Oregon, was
in the city yesterday making final
arrangements for the appearance
of the combined mens' and worn
ens' glee clubs, consisting of 78
voices, and the university orches
tra, which will be heard at the
Grand theater Thursday night.
Only two concerts are given this
year,. the second to be given at
the Heillg theater in Portland.
Members of the i local committee
in charge of the concert are Jack
Elliott, Jack .Randall, Carl Ga
brielson, Mollis Huntington, Geo.
W. Hug, superintendent of schools
and H. O. Snelling.
1 PERSONALS' T
J. M. Macintosh - of Olympia is
in Salem investigating -the flax
situation in the" Interests' of his
"state. I . i
"Representative W. C Hawley,
who recently returned from Wash
ington, D. C., was a visitor at the
Salem Cbember of Commerce yes
terday. ' ' -: '
Rev. Fred C. Taylor visited with
the Salem business' men' at their
Mr. and Mrs". CBarles Kelley of
Valsets were in the city on busi
: E. Cooke Patton is attending
the opening game of the baseball
season in Portland.
Matt Johnson of Colfax, Wash.,
FEW FOLKS; HAVE
Druggists Says Ladies Are Using
IteVIpe'of Sake Tea aud
Hair- that loses its color and
lustre, lor when it fades, turns
gray, dull and lifeless, is caused
by a lack of sulphur in the hair.
Our grandmother made up a mix
ture of Sage Tea and Sulphur to
keep her , locks dark and beauti
ful, and thousands of .women and
men who value that even color,
that beautiful; dark shade of hair
which Is so attractive, use only
this old-time recipe. ,
Nowadays we get this famonsj
mixture improved by the addition!
of other ingredients by asking at
any drug store ' for' a bottle of
"Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound," which darkens the hair
sa naturally, so evenly, that no
body can possibly tell it ba been-
applied. You" just' dampen a
sponge or soft brush with -it and
draw this through your hair, tak
ing one small strand at a time.
By morning the gray hair disap
pears; but what delights the la
dies with Wyeth's Sage and Sul
phur Compound is that, besides
beautifully darkening the hair af
ter a few applications, it also
brings back the gloss and lustre
and gives it an appearance of
1 Flock .
2 Anditory canal
3 Heads (obs)
5 Untied . ;
6 Men's nickname
7 Pertinent to arum
11State (ab) ,
13 Pronoun r
15 This planet ! - .. i
16 Positive. Terminal of -electric; source
17 Musical composition
19 8 trainer . . 1 " r"
li Toward: . .' I -,
26 -In dide i
87 Pertinent to" iodine
29 South American ruminant
31 First letter Of. Greek alphabet
33 Ant .
35 Oarrlrn where wild animals are ex
hibited 87 Name ef a fish
3 Wrath i.
41 Pertaining to a royal Engliah fam
ily . .
46 Anguish S
4t To hash i
49-Mskme gentle i - ' . 1 i
52 River in Italy
53- Banner ' ' ; 1
55 Ili;rU terraces, 1
59 Musical in&trument
00 Rent i
63 Demands '
65 Hawaiian Islands (ab
67 Beheld j !
69 French article. i
GRAY HAIR i V
It hi it w
PtiIllhtd every morniajf (exrept Mon- I
djr) m Salem, the capital of Oregon J
ruxnii LrxjenTLrLr ltxj i nnjr l-tlmltlj iltlt ltx nn 1
Local Hates Fcr
Daily r Sunday
.. 2 eenta per word
Thre times 5 cents per word
Six time. .. 8 cents per Word
One Month, daily and 1
i Sunday 20 cents per word
I In order to earn the more than one
time ratei advertiae.aant mast ran in
t eonseeatire isauee.
No id taken for .ess than 25 eenU.
i Ads . mn Suudsy only charted at
one-time rate, i ,
j AdTertisenients (except "Peraion
alV and "Situations Wanted") will
be taken otcz the . telephone if the
ndeKieer is a subscriber to phone.
The Statesman will recaire adver
tisements at any time of the day or
nifhs.- To insure proper classifica
tions ads should be in before 7 p. m.
TEIXPHOVB S3 or 683
Money ta Loan
On Bal Estate
T. K. TORD
(Over Ladd A Bush Bank)
BEFORE. TOtf IiEAVB TOUB EOUX
OB CAK HAVE IT
Phone 161. Becke A Hendricks, U. 6.
Bank Bid;. ;: s-28tf
The Lutheran Settle
will helo both
EOMESEEKEE AXD IIOMESELLEB
Oregon Incorporated s
Real Estate tc Ininrance, Phone 1018
Victor Schneider, Seo'y. . , .
Booms 4-3-6, D'Arcy Bide. a 3
I WE WRECK 'EM
Parts for all ears. We sell for less.
Get! onr prices on trailers.1 Salem Ante
Wrecking Co., 403 S. : Church street.
Phone 2159. . Ia3tf.
SCHEET.ER AUTO WRECKINO CO. will
bay your old car. Hichest cash price
paid. 1085 N. CowmeTrial St. 1-jlStf
6EB US FOR TOP AND; PAINT WORK.
Oi J. Hull. Anto Top & Paint Shop.
Bear fire department, i 5-al6tf
ass aBgasssssBMca i n n i in gMWcs
HELP AVAXTEIFemalo 13
HIGiH grade salesladt to man
age Salem territory for cosmetic line.
540 Morgan Bldg., Portland, . Oregon.
! ' ' 13-a22
WANTED Employment 19
FOR GARDEN PLOWING, BASEMENT
digging and iteam work,,, phone 19F3.
i 1 19-ml4tf
HOUSE AND APiRTMENTS PHONE
205C-J. 1 21-nl5tf
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 14" BY TW,
wordin; "For Rent." price 10 centa
each.- Statesman Business Office, on
FOR RENT Apartments 23
FURNISHED APARTMENT HEATED.
210 North 14th. Phone 1516-M. 23-a26
, , 1
WELL FURNISHED FRQNT ROOM
apartment, 2 rooms and kitchenette.
Ground floor.' close in. 541 Mill. 23-a23
MODERN 5 ROOM PliAT PARTLY FUR
nibhed, 963 N. 5tU. I Phone -428W
i .,.:.- 23-a22
UNFURNISHED 3 ROOM APARTMENT
downtown, private bath. 490 Marion.
i I 23-a22
wa in the city yesterday looking
around for a" place to rnaks his
hOrhe. He 13 impressed with the
Willamette valley, i
Clarence Lee, formerly with, the
public service commjisslon, is now
associated with the iButtercup Ice
Cream company as accountant.
Mrs. Lor a Ramseyer of Macleay
Was in the city yesterday. .
E3. O. Tillitt of Toledo was in
Salem Son business.
Mr. land Mrs. L. 3. White and
son, Aliden White, wre in the city
from Scotts Mills yesterday,!
Shirts in Display Case
Are Stolen at Silverton
SILVERTOX, April 2 0.-r( Spe
cial to The Statesman.) The
glass display case belonging io the
Woolen , Mills store at Silverton
was entered some i time Sunday
night and Blazer shirts amounting
to $1S were takn from; the case.
The lock on the rear .of -the case
PVieaa onoted are wholesale nni ere
price received by farmers. N rstail
prices srs given: 1
i ORAIIT AKD HAf
No. soft white. wheat;...j .. S1.39
No. 1 soft red wheat ; : 1.39
Oats '.. i ... i "' c5a
Clnrmr bar. bated '
Oat and vetch hay
i PORK, IfuTTON A1TD BEET
Hogs. 160-200 cwt.u-... $13.25
Hon, 2OO-250 ewt-4- -i lS.OO
Hoas. '50-300 ewt.- ...S12.75
Light sows , i flll.25
Dressed veal j . -15a
Spring lambs !..
Light bens : i......l7($ 18
EOG8, BUTTER, BTJTTERFAT
Creamery -butter ,... .J.-.'. .-.44(g45e
Butterfat. deliTered.....: ....41e
Milk; per cwt
Eggs, standards L 224o
Answer to Sunday's Puzzle
c. ! je jir
rV - 1 t
M I- Vi5'
APRIL 21, 1925
drt1 'rill .iiif-i" Si
r . .r T3 v I - s j ' m
b ' ii li ii . c iiii
FOR ItEXT Apartments 2:1
APARTMENTS 263 N. Cottage. 2? ntf
CLEAN 3 ROOM AND KITCHEN KTTK
$22.50. 2 room apartment ftf. 55.
Marion. Phone 1524. 2320
FURKISHED MODERN FIVE ROOM
flat, fireplace, piano, nice yard. ! In
quire 820 Mill. 23-al6tf
FOR RENT APABTMENT8
, Commercial. , 23-tf
APARTMENT FOR RENT LIOHT, and
airy, rhone. bath free, very denirsljlts.,
(Adults) Phone 580M. 4C6 Union.
2 :J - a 1 2 1 f
FOR Iti:XT Rooms 2.
PRINTED CARDS. SrZT 14" BT;?''
wording", "Rooms to Rent,' price 10
cents each. Statesman Business office.
BOARDERS GOOD CLEAN ROOMS. All
home cooking:. Under new management.
77 8. Onm'l. 2r-m '
FOR REXT Houses 1 27
MODERN 5 ROOM FURNISHED HOL SK.
17o0 Court. a7 a21tf
CLOSE IN 7 ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT.
Kitchen furnished. Phone 536.1.
FOR RENT FIVE ROOM 1IOCSK, com
pletely furnished. $40 per month. Call
Mr. Eakin, phone 2110. 27 siltf
FOR RENT DWELLING AT 1052 Sag
inaw; $20 a month. Call atMjtatcs-i
man business office, or Becke A lien
dricks. r 27-s81f
A FOUR ROOM FURNISHED APAKT
ment with screened in porch, prirata
bath, and basement with lights aud wa
ter, furnished for $20 per month.
Across from Lausanne Hall, 3 t So.
Winter. Phone 101 M. J7-a22
HI il aEa3acawBaca
WANTED Miscellaneous 35
FRESH GRADE GUERNSEY COW. Write
3151, Statesman. . 85 a4
WANTED ABOUT 50 GOATS. STATE
price. Route 2. Box 174. ; l'hori
46F14. T. T. C'rozer. j J5-b22-.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR5 USKU
stoves, tools, furniture., Stiff's Used.
Goods Dept., opposite court bouse.
j ... , 85 m22tf
WANTED PRIVATE MOFET FOI1
farm loana. We hare several applica-:
tions on hand. Hawkins . Robert,
Inc.. 205 Oregon Buildiig. 35 dl4tf
CASH PAID FOR FALSE TEETJf
. dental gold, platinam and discarded
jewelry. . Hoke Smeltinjg and Kefinlnr
Co., Otsego, Michigsn. 33 j-'7lt
WOODRT THE AUCTIONEER BUYS
need furniture' for essh. Phone 511.
' 8 ."- f
GRAIN. HAY PHONE 1284M. 37-ml7
NATIONAL CASH. REGISTER FRtUT
jars. 775 BeUevue. i 37 a22"
HONEYBEES AND QUEENS ' WORK,
cash or shares.: . Phone 8F5. 37-a21
FOR SALE A NEW TllOMAS POWER
arag saw. jusl.tne ining ior me mmu
rutting wood. Regular price $150.
We will sell thi one far $125, term
if you wimli or will take wood for
full purchase price. Bee it t Thn
Statesman office. i . 37-a21tf
FOR SALB: A FRIEND ON WET. Days
had. factory at Aberdeen, Wash.; went
broke, must sell stock cheap. Cln'hn
drying rack half price. Phone 1H02
.or call at Leonard hotel, 254 Front
. j St.. Balem. Oregon. T. T. Hurd. 37 a21
WANT TO- TRADE COATS IMPROVED
French and Italian Prune '-.trees for
cattle, har and oats. Phone 1140 5!.
E5 14th fit. - I i 87-al2t
FOR) SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS. TEN
. eenta s bundle. Cireula'-ion apartment
" Oregon Btateams.. s 37 tf
FOR SALE SEED POTATOES. A lh.p.
electric motor. Wanted al, chick
ens and eggs. ' Park Grocery
Market. 705 8. 12th. 37 albtf.
Trespass Notices L
For Sale j
Trespass Notices, sise 14 Inches by
9 inches, printed on good 10 ounce
canrsss bearing the words, "Notice Is
Hereby Gien Tbst Trespassing i 1
Strictly Forbidden On Thesei Premises
Under Penalty Of Proseeution." Prlee
15e esch or twe for 25c Ststeamaa
Pnblishing Company, 6slem, Oregon.
i i 37-att
BELL US YOUR USED FURNITURE
H. L. Stiff Furniture Co. Used Goods
Dept.- Opposite court house. 37 mJ-tf
RECEIPT BOOKS SIZE 8" BY 8Vi".
50 receipt forma in book, 15 cents pel
book or two books for 2V cents. 8tata
man office, 215 South Commercial St
Salem. i ; 87 f25l
Beautiful jOregon Rosfi
And eleren other Oregon songs to
. (ether with a fine collection et pstriotir
songs, sacred songs snd tnaay eld tim
. favorites. ,
ALL FOB 250 j ;
(Speaial prices in. qnanttty lots)
Especially adaptable for school, rem
mnnity - er home singing. Bene! for 1 -
70 psges) now in its talrl edition
Published By ?
- OREOON TEACHERS MONTHtT ; ,
" 215 S. Commercial St. Salem, Or.' J
FOR SALE Livestock i S3
ONE JERSEY BULL 6 MONTHS OI.IJ
Phone 1819J. ! 39 aj
Phone 202 8-W.
'. I 39-d30tf
FRED W. LANGE, VETERINARIAN
Office 430 8. Commercial. Phone lit
Km. phone lBfifl. VHm-."
WOOD FOR SALE i 43
16 INCH BliOCK WOOD. $3.75 PEK load
4 loads. $14; also dry fir, oak n4
aih. Phonff- 1879W. t ' 4:rml7
GOOD COAL DRY WOOD t
HXLLMAN FUEL CO.
' PHONE 1S55 ' I
BEST GRADE OF WOOD j
4 ft. and 16 inch.
Dry mill wood.
Green mill wood.
Dry second growth ' f if
' I)r and aid fir.
Dry 4 ft. sh, maple snd osV,
FRED E. WELLS
Prempt delivery and reasonable price,
280 South Church. Phone 1542. 43 mAtf
18-INCH OLD FIR 8ECOND GROWTH
oak snd ash. Phone 19F3. U. 1. Mr-
field. 4:i-fl t
; 1 POULTRY AXD LGGS 45
100 HIGH GRADE LEGHORN CHIX.
Thurnday. 13e eachu 84 8. 25th. i'hnna
79-W. i 45-s-ja
Hesdqnarters for Baby Chieks
i 7 VARIETIES
264 K. Cottage Salem Phone 400
i ' ,.! . 45-fUif
BLACK MINORCA BABYT3HICKR
Flake's Pet Und. 273 Ktate.' 45 m'jMt
BABY CHICKS CUSTOM HATCHING
' Hatching eggs, pulists, cockerels. I'ao S
43-15U ... . J-
. M rif