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Fair and Warmer;
Generally fair and warmer;
moderate' southwest winds.1- Yes
terday Max 72:' min. 4 9 ; ' river
1.9 falling; ralnrall . 04; atmos
phere part cloudy wind , south
AT THE THEATERS
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Oregon Laurette Taylor
in "One Night in Rome."
Liberty "Salome of the
Tenements," - with Jetta
Goudal and Godfrey Tearle
Grand Tom Mix in "The
Rainbow Trail," by Zane
Grey. . . .
BUgtk "Flaming Forties'
and Rowling's Bears. .
Sir. Moore Xnjui'ed
00- pound piano toppled
over and knocked H. L. Moore to
the pavement and Inflicting ser
ious injuries yesterday at Dallas.
Mr. Moore, who Is manager ot the
Moore's Music house, snffered a
broken shoulder blade; which will
necessitate his carrying the right
arm bolstered in a sling, lie is
able however, to be at his office
and to attend to affairs of bus
iness around his desk.
A Vote for J. C. Tibbits
For School Director means a
vote in the interest of all the peo
ple of Salam. The polls will be
open from 2 to 8 p. m. Monday,
Jane 15, 1923. 226-28 South
Commercial street, office of the
Associated Oil Company. jll
Attends Electrical Meet :
William Hamilton,;! manager of
the Salem office of the Portland
Electric Power company is to at
tend the national Convention of
the electric light and power as
sociation of the United States,
which is convening -at San Fran
cisco, in a few days.; Mrs. Ham
ilton will accompany him as the
trip is to be made overland, with
plans to return: by the coast
roads. It la expected the tour and
convention will take - about ten
days and. Mr. Hamilton will be in
his office, here on June 24. ' -
Illjjf Time for Everybody '
American Legion dance, new
pavilion West Salem, Thursday
Charles James, a mill .worker.
was employed on a lathing ma
chine near Sllverton". . He slipped
and sprained the ligaments of bis
Clearance on Fancy Vfork
Milady'a Shop, 517 Court. St.
Naval Officer Visits
E. II. Udmundsbn,: who gradu
ated 'from the Naval Training
Acadamy at Annapolis ;with high
honors Is visiting with his mother
Mrs. Alice 'Edmundson, before
taking a cruise to Australia with
the United States navy. He plans
to leave the city Friday morning
for his port of embarkation. Mr.
Edmundson has a brother at West
Point, who Is also winning a high
place as an "honor" student. Botb
have been mentioned numerous
times . in press dispatches f roih
the naval and military training
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Dance Every Saturday
Night. at Turner. Music by the
. RaZiLlrs. .. J13
FOR THE YOUNG MEN
The young man who enjoys clothes with
life worked into them cart be suited here.
Our spring suits are handsome and smartly
tailored they have a distinctive "swing
and "hang men likev
Prices $18 to $45
There's a dash' and style to our suits that
appeal at a glance to the man who knows.
VE SHOW THE BETTER STYLES
G. W. Johnson & Co
i ' 469 State St. . '
New Steward Appointed-
Francis Ellis; Junior claBS mem
ber of Willamette university has
been selected as the new steward
at the Salem Chamber of Com
merce in the absence of Ftoyd
Bailey, who' has gone to his home
at Grants Pess . during the sum
mer. Mr. Bailey is also a student
at Willamette and has made his
way through college by working
at the Chamber of Commerce.
Hats ' from $1.00
worth's Hat Shop
up at Ells
Prospects Are Bright
Mr. and Mrs, E. M. Hulden,
and family, who are visiting here
with Henry Myers, local caterer,
reports business - 'conditions in
eastern Oregon are very good.
Crop prospects" are bright and in
dications that an average yield of
about 20 bushels to the acre-'is
expected. Mr. Hulden is farming
3600 acres- of wheat land which
he has under cultivation at pres
ent. . He also reports that the
farmers are cheerful due to the
faet that some, of them . have al
ready marketed - quantities of
grain at II and f 1.23 per fcushel.
Class Elects Officers
James Bohle ! was elected presi
dent of the J 9 22 class of Willam
ette, university, apd Grace Collins,
secretary - - treasurer, . following
their election at the banquet and
reunion held, at the Marion hotel
yesterday noon. - Members " gath
ered here from various points "of
the Pacific northwest, some com
ing here from Boston' to be at. the
gathering. About 30 were pres
ent, eight of . the members being
men- and the others women. Ev
erett. Craven, prominent Portland
YMCA secretary was the retiring;
president, i ! i
Accident Not Reported
Report of an automobile acci
dent was not filed by Oliver Lu
cas,1 driver of a transfer truck, af
ter it had struck a small car, re
sulting in the death of Mrs. Bab
bette Rohfler, a resident of this
City; in Portland May ie.- A cor
oner's inquest held the driver li
able, and censure was given the
Emanual hospital, where the wom
an was taken following the acci
dent. The driver was traced after
a tip had been-given by a friend
of the Ronner family. EmU Bon
net, husband of the deceased wo
man, has lived in Salem for a num
ber of years. Hig address is C36
South Seventeenth: -
Dr." Marshall; Osteopathi
.. Physician and Surgeon.
Canker to Meet Today-
- Marion' county and Salem bank
ers are traveling to Corvallis to
day to at' end, the Oregon State
Bankers convention there, which
Is holding a twoday meeting. At
tempts are to be made to secure
the state convention for Salem for
1926. All local banks, will be rep
resented.' i ?:"!"
And Union meeting. , Salem car
pehlefs liaTonTTnumber 1065 . will
hold-a social evening and annual
union meeting at Union hall. 457
Court street, 8: p. m., 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. Come and
have a good time and get acquaint
ed witb'your fellow citizens. jll
To Atlvertise Sal cm
"Letterheads bearing the legend
that they had been made In Sa
lem will be used by the Chamber
of Commerce hereafter, following
a campaign tb induce local busi
ness men to promote local indus-
ABOUT RAILROAD TrJCTST
dnEGOJl x ELECTRIC
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try. The chamber will carry a
may of the state highways upon
the back of the letterhead.
'The cause. 1 Hundreds get well
under chiropractic, i Consult Dr.
Scofield, Oregon bldg. jll
Working Men Invited -
All working men of the city,
regardless of their status regard
ing membership in organized la
bor, are Invited to attend a big
party in charge of the carpenters'
local at the labor temple tonight.
Bert SleemaQ, of Portland, will
be the principal speaker while a
fine program, including refresh
ments, has been arranged.
Buy A Good Used" Stndebaker
If you want a dependable car
for your vacation. - The. Certified
Public Motor Car Market has sev
eral for sale at bargain prices. j6tf
Five Licenses Issued
Five marriage licenses were ap
plied for in the office of the coun
ty clerk yesterday, with nine of
the ten persons -living in Salem.
Those making applications were
MarViri A. Wells, 6,80 N. Twen
tieth and Alta Lois Martin; Salem,
Route S ; Waldo - C. Zeller, Van
couver, Wash., and Esther Moyer,
1190 Oak; Eddie' Campion, and
Edith G. Kleen, both of Route 7;
Mearl M. Hammond, 13 5 7 ' State,
and Jessie Day, 461 Park; Alfred
H. Kleen, and Frances 3 Bressler,
both of Route 3.
Joy Turner Presents
Violin and piano, pupils in re
cital First Christian- church.
Thursday and Friday nights. June
11 and 12 at 8 p. m. Public cor
dially invited. Piano concerto
(two pianos) special features, jll
Two Divorces Granted
Joseph Feltwell was given a di
vorce from Mary M. Feltwell yes
terday, when the :i defendant de
faulted the case. In another case
Frank A. Friebert . was awarded
a decree from Rose Friebert. They
were married in Vancouver,
Wash., in November, 1918, The
complaint declares that Mrs. Frie
bert deserted her husband. The
defendant was given ; the house
hold- furniture, and Friebert Is to
pay his wife $250. Neither are ro
recover costs of the trlaL The
divorces were granted! in Judge
L. H. MeMahan's court. I.
Alfalfa a Success i j
.. John Hampton, . a prosperous
farmer near Jefferson, has eleven
acres of very' fine alfalfa. 1 He
planted the, seed a year, ago this
spring as. an experiment It has
made a wonderful growth, some
of it being : five feet in height.
The crop was quite a curiosity to
the people of the community. Mr.
Hampton will cut the first crop as
soon as the weather is favorable.
The Vacation Season
Is here--get your car properly
insured before traveling. Stand-
ley & Foley,-agents. Jll
Will Study Awto Laws ... .
Carl D. Gabrielson, deputy sec
retary of state, will leave today
for Indiana, Michigan and Penn
sylvania to study automobile, title
registration laws now in. effect in
LADD z BUSH, Bnrikers
Clcral Bsmliiris Eux!ne$3
CZZlcs Honrs froia l a. m. tar C p sa
He lias some very choice
stock In used Overlands
which can be relied upon to
give excellent ..' service - at
minimum cost. , 1
Come In and look them over.'
We know we cait satisfy yoou.
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those states. Enforcement of the
automobile title registration law
enacted by the 1925 legislature
was - held in ! abeyance ? pending
authority of. the state emergency
board' to spend public moneys for
its administration. This author
ity Was given by the board, last
week and the law will be enforced.
Don't Miss It t . '4
' American Legion dance, Thurs.
June 11, West Salem. jll
Wins Third Pri
: Wayne ' Leland of Salem won
the third prize of 1 10 In the an
nual Botsford-Constantlne contest
in advertising research and pro
motion for students' in the course
in advertising in the University ot
Oregon. Mr. Leland won the prize
for his general presentation or a
campaign for the sale of hats.
Sign up for your stoek.in Wood
land Park at 531 State St.
Open evenings to 9 o'clock. Big
stockholders meeting in lodge hall
Thursday night. Everybody wel
come. - Jll
Hubert Work Coming-i- -
i Hon. Hubert Work, secretary of
the interior, and Commissioner
Mead of the reclamation bureau,
will be in Oregon within the next
few weeks to make a study of the
proposed new - federal reclamation
projects for which appropriations
have been made by congress.
American Lesion Dance- ;i .
. New pavilion, - West Salem, , on
Thurs. June 11. ; Benefit Capital
Post No. 9.-, Drum corps. jll
Witness Necessary- ; 1
Persons putting in claims to the
county court for sheep killed by
dogs must have one witness to cer
tify that the sheep were? actually
killed by dogs, according to a new
statute . placed on the books kby
the last legislature. The witness
must not be related to the owner
of the sheep, i and can not be a
member of the farm, i A number
of applications have been received
by the county court which could
not be adjusted, due to the, fact
that the necessary confirming
witness was not produced.: ;
The EJks Flag Day Exercises
Will be.beld at the Armory on
Monday evening, June 15, at 8
o'clock sharp. ! The Elks will re
port at the temple at 7:15 o'clock.
then march to the Armory, led by
the Elks band in full uniform
Fred A. Erixon, , Merritt Davis,
Breyman Boise, flag day com
mittee. , J14
Gile Leaving for East
I If. S. Gile will leave today on an
extensive, business; trip to eastern
cities. The trip is being made a
Week earlier than! planned in or
der to represent thse Salem Ro
tary club at the international con
vention m Cleveland, which opens
June 14. A special train from
the northwest district is being
made up at Spokane and Mr. Gile
will , make the trip east in company-
with other i northwest Ro
tarlans.. ' . ' r" I -
Progvani Offered 1
"Richard the Lion 'Hearted" fa
picturization ot Sir Walter Scott's
nbvel.i was presented at ' the i St.
Joseph's hall by the Amenic club
of Salem high school Wednesday
afternoon and last night. Jack
Spong was featured in .magic
tricks. Two performances were
offered last night.- ) ,
Colonial Visit Safem
In charge of Charres Zerzaiir
president of the American Czecho
slovak Chamber ot Cotomerce of
Portland, a party ,was 1 in Salem
yesterday on a retorn " visit to the
district. A site for. a settlement
. McEIroys Orchestra ;
Wednesday Night '"'
a'!nfiT i I'lMirrr" ' -'.
I 1 '"
wilt be selected today.' Sites that
were visited several weeks go are
being re-visited before , final de
cision 13 reached. ' Included in the
party,, from North and South- Da
kota, were Messrs.' Ben nee, Hroza,
Patechay. Dostal, Klima, Krejf,
Sadiiek, Pittner, Kratil and LIsy.
Charities to Sleet
The official board of the Asso
ciated Charities will hold its last
meeting of the season at the
YMCA today noon. .. Lunch will
be served. ' -
Barbecue Is Helrf y
Members of the Young Married
People's class -of the First Pres
byterian 1 church gathered In
Bush's pasture-' last nizht for a
barbecue picnic dinner.
Certificates of citizenship were
presented several members of F.
E. Lord's citizenship league of
the J. L. Parrish junior hi'
school Wednesday morning- by
George W. Hug. superintendent
Of SChOOlS' ; r '
Licenses- to Increase-
' All persons not posseesing licen
ses for their dogs by August 1, will
be obliged: to obtain them, and at
the same time will be forced to
pay double, as a penalty, in ac
cordance .with a law passed by the
last legislature. The tax at pres
ent is $1 for males and $2 for fe
males, but after the first of Aug
ust, it will be increased to S2 and
$4. According to U. G. Boyer,
county clerk many people have
failed to obtain licenses.'
Troopers Ae Jailed
Four Portland troopers of the
Oregon national guard, who were
bound - for Camp Jackson, were
detained at the Salem police sta
tion last night because the car in
which they were traveling bore a
switched license plate. They were
held for investigation.
Albert Jones'" of Medford was
in ' the' city; yesterday on business;
! R. 'iM- Irvine. of Portland was a
visiter at the Rotary luncheon
;i S. L. Potter and son Harry Pot
ter of Cottage Grove were guests
at the Rotary luncheon Wednes
day noon at the Marion hotel.
Mrs. E. A. Stanson of Rickreall
was in- the city yesterday. - 1
Mrs. M. L. Jones, a resident of
Brooks was In the city for awhlie
Wednesday. . . . .
, Hazel Coldwell of Forest Grove
was in Salem yesterday,,
. Mr. and Mrs. - J. . C. Pomeitiy
were here from Woodburn for a
short while (Wednesday morning.
Mrs. F. M. Smith ot Dallas was
in the city on business yesterday.
-Rev. A. B. Pendleton of Tan
gent was in the city on business
Mrs. A. M. Hammer of Albany
was in the city on business Wed
nesday.. " -, ,
it Mrs. O. B. Liba, a resident of
Silverton was In Salem yesterday
Inez Inman visited here from
Kings Valley . yesterday.
GRAND .LODGE MEETS
PORTLAND. June 10. The
Oregon Grand Lodge of Masons
opened . its session here today,
140 lodges being reported. The
address of O. P. Coshow, grand
master, was the principle feature
of today's meeting.. Election of
officers will be held tomorrow.
Among the events listed for to
morrow will be the breaking of
ground here for. the erection of a
$1,000,000 Masonic temple
At the ; Downing residence,
Waldo -.Hills; Tuesday night, June
9th. Mark; Holmes, a native ot
Polk 'county age 56 years,' broth
er of Mr3. W. I. Lacey of Ahadar-
ko. Okla-kjDr. M. A. Holmes -of
Astoria apd Mrs. H. W. Downing
of; Shaw. Funeral services will be
held Thursday June 11th, at 2 p.
m. from theRigdon mortuary, in
terment City, View. "... ,'.'.."'.
JOHNSON 1 "
At the Egan farm near Hop
mere, June 9th, Axel Johnson, age
75 years, a; native of Denmark
Funeral services will be held
Thursday, June 1 1th at 3:30 p. m
from the Rigdon m&rtuary, inter
ment Claggett cemetery.
SUN LIFE OP
Greatest International Life Company
Operating in 44 Countries
Assurance .. . .' i.$871,000,000
Assets ; ..... - ; ..... 274,000,000;
Net Surplus . : 22,000,000'
. - LOW COST ANNUITIES of all kinds and all plans of Life'
Insurance written, ages 1 to 7o years.
Policies Issued WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION, ages'
17 to 50, on select lives in amounts up to 15,000.00. f
Over $75,000,000 of United States
Wonderful Opportunity: '
. 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 aid'
.45, married and a citizen of Salem.
All communications will be treated In strict confidence,
, Write lully and frankly today. '-.-". - i
' E. V. CREED, Oregon Maimer ;
20i Northwestern Bank Building, Portland, Oregon
SPRING FESTIVAL' ATTRACTS
Kindergarten Children Delight
Vf Kh Offering-; Exhibits Are
- Displayed "
; "The- Birds of Killingworth"
was presented by the kindergarten
children of the state institution i
for feebleminded In a wonderful
manner last night before a large
audience In the open air auditor
into at the school. The "Spring
Festival." which was presented
immediately by the older children
of the school edicted much praise,
and much credit Is due the direc
tors for the work that was per
formed. , ;
The children in their, exercises
showed that much - attention had
been paid on their training, Snd
they went through the drills mag
nificently., ' The' kindergarten children en
acted, the famous poemr by Long
fellow, which told of the coming
of spring and birds to Killing
worth. The Crowds appeared, the
little children, some whom could
not read, played the parts well;
the town meeting ' was held and
the birds entreated to return aft
er they had been driven away, and
the army of worms appeared.
Every child that' was able to take
a part, appeared in the playlet.
The costumed folk dancers went
through their ' number with ex
ceeding care with each natron's
dance portrayed The English,
Spanish, Japanese, Dutch, Italian,
Chinese. Irish, Scotch and Amer
ican folk dances were danced with
much enthusiasm. Much credit is
due to Miss Williams, director of
music, who directed the offerings.
The exhibit of handiwork ot
the students was on display in the
auditorium. The samples of fancy
work, sewing, carpentry, and other
wort were well shown.
MUSIC NEEDED IN LIFE
CURE FOR LABOR TROUBLES
FOUND IN HARMONY
PORTLAND, Ore., June 10
Labor troubles will cease when
music is universal Miss Antoinette
Sabel, chairman of music in indus
tries Of the National Federation
of Music clubs, told members of
that organization today at the ses
sion of the" federation, meeting
here in fourteenth biennial ses
sion. Miss Sabel said that the way to
make music universal was to en
list the interest of employers and
"The hardest person to convince
that music has any other value
than just a thrill is the hard
headed and- hard hearted business
man," she said. "But we can
prove to him what music can do.
He must know that anything mak
ing for happiness and: contentment
must make for increase of efficien
cy and productive power.'
RUNAWAY BOYS ARE HELD
LADS HAVE BIG KNIVES AND
HEADED FOR CALIFORNIA
Two runaway boys from Port
land, bedecked in straw hats, red
bandana 1 kerchiefs, olive drab
flannel shirts, denim overalls and
canvas shoes were haled into the
police court and held for Port
William Munson, alias Brlco-. 11.
and William Henneries. alias
Kerr, aged 12, , told conflicting
stories to the local officers before
the information was elicited from
them- that , they had stolen about
$70 from the Munson home and
were bound , for California.
Each r boy was armed with a
REDUCED. SUMMER RATES
TO ! CALIFORNIA
BY PICKWICK STAGES
San Francisco one; way, $13.50
; Round Trip, S30.00)
Los Angeles, one way, $27.35
t Round Trip, $30.00
Special Rates to Parties of
Eight or More
For Information and Reserva-
tions phone 696, or call at
CENTRAL 6TAGE TERMINAL
- . j Salem, Oregon -
four-Inch, broad bladed hunting
knife which was carried in a scab
bard. They were arrested by Of-?
ficer Victor at the Southern Pa
cific depot last night about . 10
CONGRESSMAN LANG LEY
KENTUCKY SO.LOJT IS CITED
Fine of $10 and Sentence of Four
Hours in Jail Meted Out
- - By Judge
PIKEVILLE, Ky., June 10.
No disposition has been made to
night of the latest charge- against
Congressman I John W. Langiey,
republican, Kentucky, that ot
drunkeness, sworn to yesterday
by a woman, which resulted in
the representative being fined $10
and serving a four hour jail sen
tence for contempt of court.
Police Judge J. H. Marrs, be
fore whom Mr. Langiey was given
a partial nearmg yesteraay ana
who sentenced him for contempt
of court, refused to say what ac
tion would be taken to- dispose of
the charge. . Opinion was preva
lent here tonight that the case
would be turned ovsr.to the cir
cuit court which is in' session
here. i '
Mr. Langiey, under .federal sen
tence' for conviction of-7' violating
a federal liquor withdrawal stat
ute, denied yesterday's charge
against him and said bis serving
a jail sentence was brought about
by a misunderstanding because
he didn't know he was in court,"
when he used oaths in denying
the charges before the judge.
" Mrs. Langley? and, a physician
prevailed upon the judge to re
lease Mr. Langiey before his 10
hour jail sentence was up when
Powder and Supply Co.
Paints and Varnishes '
Soutb Commercial Pkon 728
(MATINEE AND NIGHT)
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it was explained that tl 3 c
grerisman was under tL ; c .r " c f
the physician. Mr. LanIey h3
been ill at his home here recently
but is not confined to his bed.
! WITH THE r
New Pavilion !
WEST SALEM 1
A Ssccnd-IlETJ E:h
on Every Car
Which has satisfied every
person who has bought a car
Our Middle Name Is
Service and Transportation'
Ford coupe with $200 worth ot
23 Maxwell coupe.
25 Overland champion. This
car has the folding bed fea
21 Moon 5 passenger touring.
21 Franklin roadster. A& ex
cellent car for a lady.
21 Chevrolet touring.
20 Baby Grand Chevrolet lour
'20' Maxwell touring; :
A Peerless light sedan, to trade
for real estate. A wonderful
These cars are all in first class,
mechanical condition. It pleas
es us to please you. Come in
and look these cars over as
there are no greater bargains
Monthly or Weekly
R. N. MacDONALD
256 STATE STREET
Marmott Chandler Cleveland
(B 1U.11 V. M.)
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