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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM; OREGON-
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE .10, -1925
CITY NEVS IN BRIEF
Unsettled ; mild ' temperature;
moderate southerly winds. Max.
66; Min. 44; River 2.1. felling;
Rainfall .06; Atmosphere, cloudy;
Wind southwest, l
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AT THE THEATERS
m Oregon Douglas Mac-
Lean In "Introduce "Me."
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liberty "Salome of the ui
Tenements," with Jetta -
"Goudal and Godfrey Tearie
Bllgh Harry Carey In
"Flaming Forties" - and
tlAst Aseembljr-Todyi- - -- .
The last assembly of the Salem
high school for this year will be
held . today, and .will -. feature , the
Installation of the new officers of
the associated student body. Mat
ters of unfinished business will be
cared for at the same time.
J Dante Tonight- :
; With McElroy's ; full Seaside
( Orchestra. Crystal Gardens. J 1 0
Children to Entertain .
The Rotary club will be enter
tained today at their regular meet
ing by children of ' the , Oregon
school for the blind., ,Aa extensive
V program has been - arranged In-
'eluding vocal and' instrumental
numbers. . .
JUjf Time for Everybody '
- American Legion dance, new
pavilion. West Salem, Thursday
night. ' ; . Jll
Assumed Name Received--
' The "Salem Auto' camp - has a
certificate of assumed . "business
name, received yesterday from the
County Clerk. - Homer H. Smith,
h. P. Aldrich, and Edith Hazard
were named as the members of the
park hoard filing the certificate.
Dr. A. A. McCulloch also filed her
resignation as a member of the
firm of the' Morris Optical com
pany. ' -u;
Vacation Luggage Should Be
, Gotten now.. We have the best
at reasonable prices.. H. Li Stiff
Furniture Co. J10
Camp Jackson Ready
A detail of 134 privates and 10
officers left Portland : last " night
as the advance detail for the sum
mer encampment of the Oregon
national guard, which is consid
ered , one of the best organized
mobilizations ever , , held- -of. the
Oregon troops. Everything is set
for the main meeting of the troops
Thursday at Camp Jackson. Every
detail Is completed, and practically
all that is being done is to wait
for the time of the troop move
meats. The camp Is equipped and
ready for occupancy, the carpen
ters ' have knocked off their work,
'tents have been erected, supplies
Here's a clean-cut classy looking young man who
has improved his appearance by selecting one
of our new, snappy spring suits. , The safe thing
for any young man to do is to follow his exam
pic and come to.the store where he is sure to
find just: what he ought to have in spring out1
fitting. ' . '
G. . W. Johnson & Co.
' . '469 State! St.
hauled to the encampment, troops
have received their equipmnt,
their baggage has been taken care
of, which leaves everything ready
for the incoming men. '
Tickets Now on Sale -
For Marie-Louise D'arc Kiger
concert, June 10, at the following
places: Moore's Music House, Geo
C. Will Music I House. Pattons
Book Store and the French Shop,
115 N. High. VA Dollar and a
BUnd Exhibit Attracts
.The industrial exhibit at Mil
ler's store of the Oregon school
for the blind is creating consider
able comment; Over 200 articles
are on display there, showing the
handicraft of the individuals un
dergoing training. Some of the
work is very complicated and
shows highly developed skill in
finishing. Special mention should
be made of the writing desks and
the various stands that are on
display in the windows: Basketry,
sewing, knitting, weaving, carpen
try, jig-saw work and other hand
icraft articles are on display.
Get Tonr Linoleum Remnants
At less than cost at Hamilton's.
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Fine Flax Shown
C. A. Warner, who lives - two
miles east of Salem on the pen
itentiary road is exhibiting ' flax
that has attained a growth of 40
inches in a growing period of 60
days. The flax was grown on
botom land, which had been prop
erly ' tiled and cultivated, and
demonstrates, just what can be
accomplished in the growing " of
flax. Within a few days, it Is ex
pected ' that the pulling will be
started and the bundles of straw
will be brought in for the retting
process at the Oregon state peni
tentiary! . . r ;
: And Union meeting. Salem car
penters union number, 1065 will
hold a social evening and annual
union meeting at Union hall, 457
Court street, 8 p. m.g Thursday
June 11 A splendid entertainment
Including music: and refreshments
has been arranged. A cordial In
vitation Is extended to everybody,
no charge,, all welcome. Came and
have a good time and get acquaint
ed with your fellow citizens. . jll
Boy ' Breaks Arm . ,
Robert Curtiss Brown, 6, son
of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Brown of
this city, broke his right arm
when he fell from a tricycle at
Spong's Landing. He was on a
little hummock; when his tricycle
tripped ,over end threw, him to
the ground. ' - : -
Large Selection, ot linoleum
And , felt, base remnants - at
greatly reduced prices. Hamilton.
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Construction Work Starts
Actual construction has started
on the new Y building, by. con
tractor Wechter, who has" erected
his tool house and plan house on
the curbing of Court street, ad
jacent to ' the new building prop
erty . ' James Kapphahn has fin
Inshed digging the basement It
is expected that the building will
LADD Cz BUSH, Banlicra
. 'CstaiUshedl 1SC3 t ' .
. ! Vvil.wl't nil ln A r-mn
m O3o-XIcri'f!r0m.lS' ra. t 8 :;
MAN'S ; SUIT
be completed within 'the year and
occupied by the first of : January
This - will take place, however, if
no quibbles and delays In the
work come up.
Scoots Make Trip . '
Harold M. Ware, scout .''execu
tive of the Cascade division of the
American Boy Scouts is to be in
Seattle during the next fortnight,
where he 'will attend a camp to
give . special training to Boy
Scouts. - Five Scouts are to go
with him to be trained as assis
tants in handling the summer
camp of the organization of the
division here.' They are Hugh
Shattuc, of Troop 2 ; ' Ralph Pur
vine of Troop 1 ; Larkin Williams
of Troop 1; James Fairchild of
Troop 1 and Lyman Long of the
Corvallia Boy Scouts.
See Adv. for I. C. Tibbits
For Schol Director, page 4. Jll
Musicians To Return
Franklltt - Launer arrived; in
New York City Monday afternoon,
according to a telegram ' received
here by Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Launer
mother and ' father of the musi
cian, who has been spending the
last year in Paris musical circles.
He Is to proceed to Chicago where
he will engage in study under an
artist, before returning to his
home in this city. Jt is expected
that Mr. Launer will be in Salem
some time In August. Jiis ' plans
have not been announced for' the
coming year. 1"
Don't Miss It j 4
r American Legion dance, Thurs.
June 11, West Salem. JU
Purebred Persian Kittens "
For sale. Omar strain.: Phone
1666. . jlO
Birth Reports . T
Barbara Arietta - Kanof f Is the
name given to the baby girl born
to Mr. and Mrs. Howard G. Kan
off of Mill City. The birth oc
curred at 160 Union, May ; 29.
Doris Adelle Chapter Is the name
given to the baby daughter born
to Mr. and Mrs. Karl A. Chapler
at the Salem hospital. May ; 27.
They are residents of 1165 South
High..- :f.;:M '
Universal Electric Ranee-
Demonstration this week. H. L.
Stiff Furniture Co. ' JlO
Meeting Is Scheduled
;The coucll of Boy Scouts for
the Cascade division are to meet
Thursday evening to .transact bus
iness, 'according to the announce
ment of the postponed " meeting
Monday evening.' ;The meeting
was called for the ) Giese-Powers
Sign up for your stock in Wood
land Park at 331 State St.
Open evenings to 9 o'clock. Big
stockholders meeting in lodge hall
Thursday night, Everybody weir
eoine., ,r. , ' ; . jjl
, McElroy's Orchestra I
i Wednesday Night j
1 It has been raining Fords
at bia place. We have Fords
in Touring Fords, Coupe
Fords. Sedan Fords. up- to
the very latest Fords. Also
some very fine Fishing
Fords, for example:
lOl&FVml Touring -runs
- exceptionally . well ; - good
tires. Only $93.00. . -Come
In and look them orer.
Chalrmfn Is Busy
Rex Sanford. chairman of the,;
camp committee of the American
Boy Scouts of the Cascade divl-.
slon. accompanied by . Harold M.
Ware. Scout executive, is to
make a trip to Lebanon in the In-I
terest of the summer camp at
Save Money By Getting-.
! A linoleum remnant for your
bath room. Hamilton. , J10
Business Women Corninj
' The i Business and , Professional
Women of Oregon are to meet
here Friday Saturday and5 Sun
day, according ' to the announce
ment; of Miss Sylvia Woods. Ex
tensive plans are ; being put un
derway to entertain1 the visiting
delegates, which . will. include
sightseeing and other affairs sel
ected by the committee. . Fully
200 membera are expected to be
here to hear Miss Adelia Pritch
ard, state president ot the organ
ization, who will address them at
the Saturday night banquet.
Tickets Now on :5ale .
. For Marie-Louise D'arc: Kiger
concert. June 10,'at the following
places: Moore's Music House, Geo
CVWHI Music House, -Pattons
Book Store and the French Shop,
115 N. High. "A Dollar and a
Dime." -. !-M : - J10
Eugene Sending Numbers i
j The postoffice of Eugene has
promised to send 25 employees to
the annual picnic which is being
held Sunday at the Rlckreall
grove, according to the reports
made yesterday. From every in
dications, the - workers j are! to
have a great time in sports and
the general get-together'. Prac
tically every postoffice. near Sa
lem is sending members' 'to "the
gathering. j' i
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Hats from $1.00 up" at Ella
worth's ' Hat Shop, 347" Court
St. Unstalrs. I i 111
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Woman's Night Coming . ;
.Woman's night at the .public
speaking class of the YMCA has
been set for Friday, when mem
bers of the class will escort guests
to the banquet, specially arranged
for the occasion. W- A. Marshall
has been selected as chairman.1 ,
See Our Luggage Window
H. L. Stiff Furniture Co. 1.
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Camping Equipment Sell .
iWithtn a . few , days the schools
Of the citywlll close for the "sum
mer .vacation and as a result,
sales of camping equipment, is
increasing, according to the re
ports ot managers of various
stores In the city. Berry pickers
and others are buying equipment,
with which to fortify themselves
outdoors; and from the sales a
greater , number ' of persons plan
to ' take a - vacation this summer.
Buy A Good Used Studebaker
: If you 'want a dependable car
for your vacation. The Certified
Public Motor Car Market has sev
eral for sale at bargain prices. J6tf
Rate Hearing Slated
Information has been ; received
by the public service sommission
that export rates on wheat 'and
wheat products are to be discus
sed before the ICC in Helena,
Mont., July 16. The rates apply
to shipments from Montana to
Paclfie coast ports; : . ,
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Miss Murdoch is Demonstrating
Universal Electric Ranges . this
week In our show room. Don't
fail to attend. H. L. Stiff Fnrni
ture Co. . J10
Hearings Are Set ':' t
: Permission to construct an un
dergrade crossing, with the'South-
' ; Greatest International Life Company
-Operating Jn 44 Countries
Assurance : , .." .; : $871,000,000
Net Surplus - , '.h:.,: 22,000,000f
LOW COST ANNUITIES ortilr kinds and all plans of Life
; Insurance written, ages, 1 -to i,70 years. - ; .
Policies Issued WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION, ages
17 to 50, on -select lives tn amounts up to $5,000.00
Oyer $75,000,003 United States r
We. Intend to appoint an experienced salesman as District
Manager for Salem and vicinity. This man must be over
the average In every respect, between the' ages of 30 and
' 5, married and a citizen of Salem. ,
All communications will be treated In strict confidence.
-Write fully and frankly? today.
; EVCREEEdre-ca r.Iixacr'cr' '
201 Northwestern Uanl:2ildinff, Portland, Oregon .
em Paclfie tracks near Monteray
has been asked of . the public ser
vice commission ' by the state
highway commission. The hear
ing will be held at Toledo, June
27. Elimination of two grade
crossings over the Southern Pa
cific tracks In Benton county will
be aired before the commission at
Corvallis June 26.
Rooms Wit It Board
j 645 M.'.rlon street.
American Legion Dance
New pavilion. West Salem, on
Thurs. June 1 1. Benefit Capital
Post No. 9. Drum corps. - jll
Will, Receive Degree
Robert E. Fisher of Salem, will
receive a degree from the Univer
sity of Oregon medical school la
Portland this., month. , Prior to
entering the medical school Mr.
Fisher attended . Willamette uni
versity - where he completed bis
course in pre-medlcs.
Linoleum , Remnants
Kin good sizes for baths and
breakfast nooks at less than cost.
Hamilton. ' J10
Loader Is' Busy
The loader at the Spaulding
mill is in working order again,
after toppling over when a cable
snapped under the heavy strain.
A ' carload of ties is scheduled to
be put. on board this week, which
will help to get things moving.
When t the loader toppled last
week.1 it caused the flag pole to
go over at the same time, and en
dangered a high tension line. The
guy lines kept the pole away
from the line, but, the electricity
would jump across to the metal
pulley occasionally.! :
Irrigation Bills Now Due
I Flat rate irrigation bills are sub
ject to a discount of 10 per cent
if paid on or before June 10. Resi
dences with even numbers will ir
rigate Monday, Wednesday. Fri
day and Sunday. Residences with
odd numbers will irrigate Tuesday
Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
Hours 6 to 8 a. m. and 5 to 9
p. m. 0-10
Arrives In London
Mrs. F. H. Thompson has re
ceived '. a " cablegram from Dr.
Thompson announcing her hus
band's arrival in London. Dr.
Thompson Is spending a portion
of the summer abroad with a spe
cial clinic. h !.' i ;
Dance Every Saturday
Night at Turner. Music by the
Firemen Take Varatloi
. ,WUb the arrival of . the annual
vacation season. Fire Chief Harry
Hutton" has added four men to
his department. In order" to keep
the personnel Intact. Those who
are doing vacation relief work
with the department are Ward
Barrett. A. White. William Bech
tel and Herbert Ray." " V r
Yon Don't Hate to Pay
'Your insurance 3 years in ad
yance on your brick buildings in
order to get low rates. Ask about
the McMlnnyille Company's "new
5 year annual payment plan. See
Stanley & Foley. , jlO
Board Member Reappointed .
Miss Pauline Kline of Corvallis
nas peen reappointed a member
of the board of child labor Inspec
tors; by Governor Pierce. The ap
pointment ts ror fire years.
Senior Play ricases
The senior, play, and stunts by
the.pt her three classes, were pre
sented as an interesting feature
of the Willamette, university class
day exercises yesterday afternoon.
The senior play dealt with the am
bitions of a young lady interested
Powder and Supply Co. ;
7- , Paint ioS Vrnlli
175 Sontfe CommrcUi Fbn 72S
in - the world of music, va; young
man ambitious In securing the
hand of the young lady, and a
woman ambitious to secure the
presidency of her club Interest
ing complications resulted from
the unusual combination. Mem
bers of the cast were Miss Doro
thy Owen, Miss Daphne Molstrom
and Jack Vinson. The freshman
stunt was a travesty on the senior
breakfast; the sophomores put on
a j censored , May dance, and the
juniors presented a short skit. .
Joy Turner Presents-
Violin and- piano pupils in re
cital -First Christian church.
Thursday aad Friday nights. June
11 and 12 at 8 p. m. Public cor
dially , Invited. Piano concerts
(two pianos) special features, jll
The ESks Flag Day Exercises
Will he held at the Armory on
Monday evening, June 15. at S
o'clock sharp. The Elks will re
port at the temple at 7il5 o'clock,
then march to the Armory, led by
the Elks band in full uniform.
Fred E. Erlxon, Merrltt . Davis.
Benjamin Bersu, flag day com
mittee. ; ' ' - J14
Steps Are Presented ;
The new steps on the east wing
of Waller hall were presented to
the university by the president ot
the " senior class of Willamette
Monday, June 8, two miles west
of Salem in Polk county, Charles
L. Pearce. He was 64 years of
age. Brother of Mrs. Clare Pearce
Smith and Lot L. Pearce of Sa
lem, and Vine D. Pearce of Mad
ras, Ore. Funeral services Wed
nesday, June 10, at 2 p. m.. from
the RIgdon mortuary, interment
in City View cemetery.
At Grants Pass, ' June 8, Mrs.
Catherine Hepp, wife of Rev.
Joseph Hepp, mother of Arthur
Hepp of Cambridge, Ida., Edward
Hepp 'of Escondido, Cal., L. O.
Hepp of Grants Pass, Mrs. ,H. W.
Thompson of Seattle and Mrs.
A. O. Laabs.of Coeur d'Alene, Ida,
Funeral service's will be held
Wednesday, June 10 at 3:30 p.
m. from the Rigdon mortuary, in
terment in Lee Mission cemetery.
Tuesday, June 9,. eight miles
north of Saiem. Axel Johnson,
age 75 years. Funeral announce
ment will be made later by the
Rigdon & Son mortuary.
Funeral services will be held to
day at 10 o'clock for Mrs. Nancy
E. Dolman at the Christian church
conducted by Rev. J. J. Erans af
ter which the body wfir "be taken
to- the ' Portland crematorium
where concluding services will be
held at 3 p. m. .Friends of Mrs.
Dolman, who care to may see her
remains before 9:30 at the Webb
funeral parlors, at whichj time the
casket will be closed. It has been
requested that there be no flow
ers. ' - ,
The funeral of Margaret Cain
will be held at the Webb funeral
parlors Thursday at 2:30 o'clock:
The Salvation Army captain will
have charge of services. Inter
ment in City. View cemetery.
REDUCER' SUMMER RATES
( 1 TO CALDTORXIA
BY PICKWICK STAGES
San Francisco one way, f 13JSO
Round Trip, $30.00 '
Los Angeles, one. way, $27.85
Ronna Trip, $30.00
Special Rates to Parties of
Eight or More
For Information and Reserva---
tions phone 696, or call at'
CENTRAL STAGE TERMINAL
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university, at the close of the class
day prograia held yesterday. The
steps are of cement and brick con
struction and cost the class around
$150 to construct. A member of
the Willamette board of trustees
answered the presentation speech
made by f the senior president,
Paul Poling of Salem, and expres
sed appreciation of the university
regarding the gift.
Hail Is Reported
William Gahlsdorf, local busi
ness man, who made ' a ' trip to
Portland .yesterday, reported en
countering a heavy hail storm the
other side of Oregon City. It was
one of the heaviest he has en
countered in this community, and
stated it took, lots of attention to
drive his automobile.
Modren Summer Homo
. With garage for sale at Nye
Reach. 5 rooms. 1795 S. Com'l.
Phone 1S84-R. M J10
Tibbets Makes Report
A report of the financial, con
dition of the Clarion and the
Clarion, annual was made yester
day by Edgar TIbbets, who has
charge of -keeping the- books for
the associated student body of the
Salem high school. His statement
showed what moneys had been ex
pended arhd collected. And what
bills the committees hadjto report
upon. : j!
Construction Iron Arrives
About ten tons of construction
iron arrived yesterday which will
be used in the fabrication of the
cement walls of the new YMCA
building of Salem. The iron Is in
rod shape and Is used extensively
in reinforcing concrete walls and
other cement work.
Miss Evans to Teach-
Margaret Evans has been elect
ed to teach English in the Junior
high school of Salem, according
to action taken by the Salem
school board last night. She is
to have a salary of $120 a month.
Miss Evans is , the daughter of
Rev. J. J. Evans, pastor of the
First Christian church of this ctiy.
She recently Graduated from a
An attractive complexioii
is the sign of good healtlie
Eat foods made with
BALES 37 TM3 TCCC3
AUTO TOP WORK
Done right at the right price A trial will convince you
and: efficiently we go
m , mm tn r v
about our tasks; we know the
things that must be done and we
do them 1 w i t h o ut fuss or show.
Every single detail is carefully
watched; we have a sincere regard
for the feelings of those' we; serve.
normal school at San Joss, Cal.
with highest"-honors that hava
been granted there. - She was of
fered a position as teacher in the
public schools of Pasadena at a
higher salary than was offered at
Salera.. Miss Evans' is a graduate
of the, Salem' high school aud a
former student at Willamette uni
versity, ; J
Traxlo ame Contacted
The name "Oregton Pride" Is not
to be used on wrappers for meat
packed in Pendleton, according to
action taken by the John Morckk
& Co., meat packers of Maine,
who has Instituted a suit in circuit
court here against the Pendleton
Packing & Provision company ami
Secretary of State Sam A. Kozer,
They- desire Kozer to declare!
against the Oregon firm from us
ing the name "Oregon Pride" as a
trade-mark on. its products. Tho
eastern firm alleges "they . hav
been using the brand "Pride" onr
hams and bacon since 1897, anil
these products have a national
sale In interstate commerce. Wheit
the firm endeavored to hare their
trade-mark registered in Orcgorx
they found the name was already
in use,, which included their usins
the word Pride."
Speeder Is Arresteil- - i
Truman Cummings was arrested
yesterday when, he sped over 3 2
miles an hour on the streets of th
city. He was icited to appear at
10 o'clock this morning., . '
Xo Opinions Handed Down
. Because of the absence of sev
eral members, of the supreme
court, no opinions were handel
down by the coijrt yesterday. It
Js expected that no opinion will
be handed down before next Tues
Eighth Graders f.'radunte '
A total of 427 pupils of thA
eighth grade of the Marion county
schools were graduated during the
last school year, according to the
examination papers for May. TbJ
total is to be increased somewhat
for the reports of Jane, wMch are
not completed, accordins ' to the
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C7 ANT OTHZH DTJUQ
J H. BlcALVIN -W.R.
545 Church Street
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