The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 05, 1925, Page 6, Image 6

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THE0REG0N-STATESMAN.5ALEM, OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING.. SEPTEMBER 5.4925
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'Iaeaed, Pally Exeept Monday by ' -
tthb gTATsaicfBt rusxxsBXva ccodTAjr i K
R. J. Hendrick .
Fred i. Cooae - -C.
K. Logaa
Leslie Dmitk -Audred
Banefe- '-
" . Manager
Managing-Editor
. - .City Editor
Telegraph Edlto
- Soviet? Editor
H.Hendet or Cironiotloa Manager
Ralph H. JStsrn JUtimUbi Manager
If rank. Jaskoakl y jkUaager Job ipt.
E. A, Bbotaa . . r - Li - Editor
. W. O. Oonaw --.-1 Poaltry Editor
: - MEMBER OF THB ASSOCIATED PRESS fu J
? t AxteoJated Pra i exeluairely entire to tb ubaK r ii
liapatche credited to It r it otuerwiae credited 'm thia pauar cum ik oeai
oewa. pubhahed breia. . .- . ..-..r,,.-, ,
-; i 4 BIJSINE8S OFFICES . I
Albart Byera, 938 Worcester Bldg.. Portland. Ore.
' r??ml? iL?'Ci?r Co- Tork 128 136 W" 31it St: Ctt:aajBWaMa;
Uuty Payne. Sharon Bld(f , San Franeiaco. Calif.; Hiaa Bid-, Loa Asrla. Otif.
Baalaati tffie.28 or 588
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TELEPHONES: ; ? , , g
ClrenUtian OfA,ea-588 Kewa Dirtffint jz$.
-J Job Department kJ
nt 28-f5(
88
Entered at tha-fe OtQce ia Balem, CTejon, aa aecoar-tlaa matttr
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, r-- " September af.i'y'Vi''-' t,.r
Bn,;HARITABLE: Brethrea. if a wan be overtaken In a fanlt
ye if ftiU-are spiritual restore such a on ifr.tbV8pVA''-mVeioe?'s;
vonbiQefjns inyseir. lest taou also be tempted; Galatians
BUY THE WATER WORks
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system
brSer
' '':Thb :f)r6rfositimi'iofvtIie city buying the water s
?hpQ(J ,tjet,ivjiippccf Into shape as soon sas possible, in
tytjpjay ijqpiit to, a vote of the people ' : 1 r - '
akhgfcare- Lto have a "reasonable pncefixec, Iwithjall
the;tietails of the valuation made plafn;with all the cards
on the table. ; . '; . Vr,- r'ivv;:'.. .
; The three main reasons for municipal ownership of the
, Salem'rwater works are these :4 ::. SC .c ! -? L ' V V I- T '
- 'First.rthe city can borrow money oh-water bonds at a
loNver rate than" any individual or company can borrow it, i .nd
this difference will accrue in profit to'the whole people. In
a long period of years, and with the growth we hSve'a right
to expect of tHe population of Salem, thia sum will be erior-
mou. It will be much more than sufficient, to offset a la
cost from municipal operation and management than wjihj Youth's companion..
private ownership and management. Mrs. Frank m. Erickson-"Lit
- i 'c? .i u -n ' it Ac f iriW' Bronze PlayMlows. a'phart
h "J' m" vxcy ji, v v.o .iv, v. lftr:for children, and irovn-ups;"
consider immediate profits." Therefore it will lay larger j by Stella George stem -Perr and
Tjiin nnrl thp work Ail extensions in a manner looking to i 'Adyentures Among the Kitxben
petforhiance and the f utire This" will reduce th6, cost and
annoyances of continually Rearing up the streets tn account
of inore or less ftempprary work of necessity done by the
private corporation. It will be the cheaper way; in the long
. run. - ... . I - . ' I "
Third, it will be a move towards securing mountain
ground Committee, neadf Saturday
1 1 at tbej)pettJns,reeins, of JLha .lo
cal woman's club, t
jrifr following' compilation, ar
ranged by tfie; prefijdeiijf the
club. Mrs. WUliam.Fqrdyce Fargo,
gives a practical Idea? of the kind
of stories children lik,2. Titles of
the stories ar'e'gronped under the !
name of the : playg'rofe nd hostess !
woo toid-tnem: i
Mrs. Roy Burton-t-Verses for
children.. by James Wtiiteomb Ri
ley; fairy tales from 'Voung Peo
ple's Library Series." -
Mrs. W. II. Byrd Vables and
fairy stories: "Free and Equal."
The Brownie and' the C'ook," and
The Dykes of Holland."
Mrs. A. L. Wallacer-JBurgcss'
"Bedtime Stories."
Mrs. Gran,:R, onell Intro
ductory" talk 'aboirr Thof tori Bnf
gess and his famous stories. Two
records on portable victrola, "Elsa
and the Ten L's," tild by Bennie
Bonnei; and ;Ltrllaby"y from Eu
gene Field, l' '
Mrs. Ray L. Farmer ""The
Dove," Thi 'Rabbit Who Wanted
Plnk-Wingg etc., from "Stories
tor children." '.;v
Mrs. F. A. Elliott From Man
ual of Stories, "American Institute
of Chilf Life." "The Wee Hare."
'The Red Fire." "The, Fairy Who
Came to Our House," ""The Little
Blue Gown." and "The Butter
fiy." : .. .; f- " .
V Mrs. Paul II. Acton -: Folk Lore
Stories of Rou mania, compiled by
Julia Collier Harris and Rea Itcar.
"The Foundling Prince." and "The
Princess Who Danced."-
Mrs. S. M. Endlcott Fairy stor
ies for children and animal stor
ies for children. '
Mrs. R. K. Ohling "Stories to
Tell, the Littlest Ones." by Sara.
Cone" Brrant; ' "Who . Discovered
Maple Sugar," and "The Whimper
Whinies," and a story from -the-
the Crystal "Gardens, honoring
alumnae' member f irr s
' V',; 5 "'',. " '
"Mrs",V. D. Clarke.entertained
as her guests earlier in tbewefk
Mrs. C.-J. Greenland daughters 6f
Portland. ' il,'T
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Mrs. C. E. Brown and son. Bob
by,- are the guests- of friends in
Portland. ,
i Bits For Breakfast
Union Roster-
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afflT CCTTER'S CKtOM KO. 280
" M rond aad- fourth WeaawJay.
, Preaidaot W. K. Vtelbara; avcrcUry,
Hubert rVe.' ! '
CAPITAL TTPOORArniCAt CSION NO.
210 ITr.Hieat, j. if. Evaoa; aecivtary,
M. D. I'UkrBtoa. Electa aeroad Kalar
day. 3:00 p. m. i
It will go right on
m ...
The effort to make air naviga
tion safe. " ;
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An automobile wreck, or d
thousand of them, does not halt
the forces trying . to make auto
mobiles more nearly fool proof. -
Did you see the lights in the
skies last night, shortly after
dark, on all Bides? ' , '
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..They were the fires of the burn
ing straw stacks in Marion and
Polk and Yamhill, and Washing
ton and Linn. Benton and Clacka
mas counties literally thousands
of such fires. If you were out in
an automobile last night.' you saw
a dozen or more such fires at one
time... in any farming district
through which' you were passing.
There is an enormous, economic
waste in this. Is not there a bet-.
ter way?
our people will surely not allow
this wasteful practice to go" 'on
indefinitely.
'"The acid test of public interest
in radio -religious services will
come with'the; Invention of a re
ceiving -set that will receive the
aifeiiux." say a a Salem .layman.
If "Henry "Ford ships mnch of
his product In those new" ships he
boftght from the government, .he
cffaU them-peace ships, as no
country wFfl il "go- to war with
tb teountry where the spare parts
are made.
CARPENTER'S VNIOS KO. 10S
Meeta Thnira. cniD(a. Arthar Tuck
er, president; m. Pettit, aeervtary.
Skilld mhaiii- fnml.hd. Phone 17.
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Lodge Roster
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FRATIRSAi. OEDER OF EAOLE8. meet
1st and Srd Wad. W. O. W. HaJL B. K.
Willeit. flef'y. Tel. 1384-R.
ijrep;o instate
small
Cht Oxt&sn &tatttmsa
Pabliabed every aaoniaf (accept Mea
8ay) at Saleaa. U capital ml Orefoa.-
Local Rates
For Classified
Advertising
One t!m
Three Uaaea.
Bix tiaiee
Daily or 8naJay
2 eeata per word
-5 eeata per word
-8 casta par ward
People, from "The Mary Frances
Cook Book." by Jane Earye Fryer.
Mrs. E. E. Fisher "Raggyldg."
an animal story by Ernest Seton
Thompson. " ' '
Mrs. Janet Pendergast Leigh
Stories from Grimm's Fairy Tales.
Mrs:1 H. S. Gile Stories by M.
u. porter (woman's Vorld "I
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water. : -wo. inawauai conce.rncoui .noje ui..tue iwi -Yyry Did it," "idle raws-and -Mrs.
td niake such plans, The city can afford this, because it can Bunny and the orphan."-"
Wait for its profits for fenerat K ; ; lifM";t.mal
The highest priced bonds in the countryrnext to gov- persona, exPerienpe3. rea(3InB. '.
eminent bonds, and 'thY lowest interest bearing bonds, are "Poems for chridren."
. . ' . , -'V- .V ;r-' "' -,? - - " .- - - 1 "Mrs. Robert Dann TrtsifV R.irn-
the water Donas 01 ciues ! w ..Th t t ., ,
The city: council should )iave. bought the water system variation). "What Bradley owed "
several yearsvagp,afte'r the people voted the- bonds and gave "Grandfather ng's .spectacles."
the authority, ;In fact, toe city council Wpass the necessary eMsh1neVan MThe
ordinance, and it was yetoedl)' the mayor. -. , Mrs. l. o. clement "The Lit-
All things seem to be in favor of success at the present tie Singing Gin." bp Aunt Hattie.
. , ' t and "Dariil and TAnithxn
time . . ... c -- A f.Jl Miss Ethel ,m&trh at Arte
Therefore the present time is the time to press the mat- from ' Burgess -"Mother West
ter, without delays. ' . . .
Stories." Harris ".TtiRt Ra m-.
There is a constant influx of men coming .othe-Salem kipiing. , r
to a poultry Doom it can De acceieraieu uy4 ue.iiF Tae Kitten That Wanted to be a
our public spirited people. If every man and woman lifter- Christmas Present." "Diiiv Dally."
... .. - V . .- -rii e nx., ,',W nd "Elaine's Valentine." Prnm
CSted in the growtn-ana well peing ox wiem wm Gather's Storv Telling- "Brier
the advantages of this section in this industry, and talk lt. and Roge.. and .1Tne Coming of the
ux nvAmr ' aq sinn '' fW hmm will last, and CT0W and wonder Tree."
UUUa U tli Ull cvxjf uvvooiuui vnu " -r 1; lvrt . . . ...
. i ,, ! V.'x. 'r;.ix. ;l V.A Miss Marie Churchill "Wee
glW. - We actually nave ine .oest pouitiv, """J "j Stories for Wee Folks Little
world. We can produce hens that will lay more eggs -ori fthe Black-Sambo-- hnd'Liwe Black
ho ntintrv I Samho and the TloVinnt -' .
, average .uioii .w .f'?-"'.- .v'V'i . . i Z. Misa nnrl, ni, tl..u
or of the entire world ; andTienf that' will persist m tnis ior LuUe - - T "T
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a longer time; and that may De maimameu in lajuig .y"ui- smiin; -Marie, the courageous,
tion at'alower eost' KVJSif Dispatch .Bearer.1
Tr i.m Iri 1TT I " ""J v I
"P V41" """" Mrs. TTar-Mr T Wloo.....
I v a greater poultry industry here than Petalumk, Cal'nowj has, tions from "Famous Fairy Tales."
Fc a . . - l' ii.. iu- . con AAA AAA . irrlirctmf nYi- I eomDiled bv Rnawell Vxt-IA
Which would mean a oetver iu wv. : Miss Catherine b;,:,!..
couch near the fire. He was sleep
ing atoundly. breathing regularly,
and apparently had suffered no
harm' from his escapade
"I think he's perfectly all
right," Katherine's voice was com
forting, her eyes reassuring. "A
good sleep is what be needs most.
naw that j he's : thoroughly warm.
We'll shade the light and talk low
so that be won't wake up."
Mother Graham's Ultimatum,
"Suppoie he doesn't take until
morning? I asked
r
We can undress him after he's
had his first sleep," Katherlne
The inventive genius otl said, "and carry him up to bed.
I don't think he will waken."
I saw my mother-in-law bridle.
and was iiot surprised at the ul
timatum she issued almost before
Katherlne had finished speaking.
"Nobody will undress that child
to-night except over . my dead
body." she said defiantly. "We've
already taken off bU little shoes
and loosened his clothes, and he'll
stay just the way he is. The Idea
of chilling him when he's perspir
ing the ay he is.4" ; , ',.
" I surreptitiously Blippd my
hand to Junior's neck, and found
It only slightly moist, but 'I wisely
held myjtongue. .Line that.if
Investigators conclude -p - Pn nrsi oi
participation ot the "nuressinf ,l"e cnua. Wotner Gra-
nam wui4iu nave voicea ine plan,
but she'bas the ridiculous jealosy
of Katherine's verdict which many
eiueriy Women hold aealnst nro-
fesBlonaljy-trained nurses, and she
Is certain fojveto any plan Kath
erlne may propose.
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MIe Needs Watching."
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'I shall take him into my own
bed," she went on. with a elance
Jwhich dared jme to contradict her
f If I m to have the responsibility
ibf him while parents are gone "
fehe relocated me to th third
ferson with' her manner as well
tr. a hoi nvrKa " t
Adele Garrl-on-. New Phase of what, , tWnk beit for Wb. Tie
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE 1 needs , constant watching to see
that he doesn't get uncovered, and
w Jfae will not make a move that I do
VmrphT h NowRnaner Feature I mot Know It." -
;"- . Service" , 7ZA .'-l.A, n?ard .lhIs.reniarkableJ
statement oerore. and while I
knew that no one could be more
devoted ito Junior, nor more nain-
stakingjln her care of him than
is his doting grandmother, my
comm'onj sense, and experience told
me tbaUno one can actually know
every movement a bed-fellow
makes unless every moment of the
vigil Is a waking one.
I had no certainfv that the rh!M
would not kick off his covers, and
ray knowledge of my mother-in-i
law's love of heavy bed coverings
added tp my uneasiness. In win
ter. Junior; at night is ensconced
in a sleepingsuit of wool, which
makes bim look like a nadorable
Una areata, dally had
' Baaday . tO raaU par word
I a order to earm the aeoro thaa oaa
time rata, adeortiaamaat aaaat rma la
eoaaecativo iaaoea.
I Mo Ad. Ukea tat leaa thaa tS eeata.
Ada. raa Saalay OMLt ekaread at
oae-tiaaa rate. r - ;
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Adeertlaaaionta (except ' Peraeaala
ani Bitaaitoaa Wasted) will bo Ukea
over the telepaoaa. it the adeertlaof la
a an Writer to phoao. - - -
Tho UUista via roeelea adeer
tiaeoieDta' at aay ticaa of the day or
Hi fat. To - laaaro proper elaaaiflea
tiuoa ada. tkoaid bo ia befora T p. aa.
. j TELJU'UOSK 28 W S88
Money to Lban
On Real Extato
T. K. F'JKO
(Over Ladd k Bu.h Baak)
BEFORE TOO LEAVE TOTJR
OR CAR HAVE IT
UOM
Insured Properly
Pbeao 161. Boeko
Benfc- RMr. -
Uradricka, TT. 8
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AUTOMOBILES
j S At.F.M AtTtl WRECK I NO CO.
WbwL, Tir. Kiiaa,' tVndert'
1 Ball. Price ad l-c
parts for all rare. cau tor old cart.
; 401 S. ChrchPhouo 21 '9
. . , . i3tr.
SOIEELER ACTO WRECKISO CO, will
voy yP' oia car. Highest eaea price
Tid.
. Notice . : .
Hop pkkera araatej ' "Williataa. bop
jar da. 4 aniira . Trorka iraro eaat
end ot nreribndc-o 6:3u aaorainr.
Phoao 1ISF11. o
HELP WANTED Female IS
WASTED HOUSEKEEPER JtR CES-
rral hoaaework at oace. CaU 5f 14.
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TtaaBaOa-lr- f afco-o-jtj-Mi aieaa--?aaBaT
AGENTS WANTED 17
WANTED
Oeaeral Arnt to take mvrr Trrritory
of thia State for aa Aatecraphed edi
ttoa of a new book. Every Lawyer.
Aliaiater and book loeer a euro proe
pct. A anaa who baa a car or &a!ee
Orcoaixatwta rta cUaa ap. 810.OU0.OO
year. Write bow for (all -partiealara.
PROORESK1VE PRESS, tlii Mlao
keo Are, C'hieaco. 1x1. l'ad
WANTED Emploj-raeMii 10
WOOL GOLF HO! CHILDREN'S
aport baee,kaito order.- liaad Wait
towr- PhoMl7TJ. 19a3utf
CITY ANI- CU'JNTY WOOD 8AWINO.
Phoao lost, i ' lall
POIt GARDEN PLOWISO. BASEMENT
diCaMac aad teera work, phoao lrs
lBmleti
A 1
FOIt &X
LB
SELL Is TOCR CSED rLRNITl RE
H. L. Btift Emraitarw Uo. uao uoaa
Dept. Oppoaita coart aoaaa. ITadZti
Trespass Notices
For Sale
Treepaaa Katlcea, ata list lacboo,
wriatod oa rood 10 oaa re caaeaaa ba
xar tke worda. "KoUea Ia Hereey 01e
oa That Treepaeeiaa la Strictly FerVld
dea Oa Tkeeo Preeataea Coder Peaaity
f Froeoewtiea.' Price 15e each or 1
for 85a.
Oraawa.
SUtoamaa Pab. Oo, Sat
87atl
SL'OAR SACKS FOR SALE. NO PHONE
ordere. aoao reaerved. ao delieenea.
raea aad carry. 50 eeata per doeea.
Hani Broe. coaaery. 87a
FOR SALS OLD NEWSPAPERS. TM
raU a baadto. Ctrralatioa departaveat
Or re a Bt a toa a. - ITtf
X)R S.I-JJvrtck 3
WANTED POSITION IN GOOD HOMES
for two hi(a trade Filipiae boy a
work for rootw atd board while atody
irif for the In in i at ry.
KlaaAUi SCttoOL OP THEOLOT
Thane . U . J 19eS
FOR RENT !
at
PRINTED CARDS. SIZE 14" BT 1H
wardia "Par Reat." peico 10 coat
each. Stateaaaaa ttaalaaaa Of tieo. oa
croaad floor.
"5 N. rcmmfHil St. Ijist
AUTO REP AIRING
German
American army in the World war
bronght about Germany's defeat
It is a finding which fleraonstratfs
that Germans are sometimes right
- Exchange. ;
HTH OS BAND'S
LD1E
GENERAL REPAIRING. TIRES AND
tuhee. aeeeeenraea, too aad oil. MED
LER LEBENOOOU UARAGE. Pbeao
664.- U illr and 8. Coeamercial Me.
-Wa apecialiio ia recoadittojaiag aaotora.
aMf
AUTO TOPS
BEE CS FOR TOP AND PAINT WORK.
O. J. Hall Aato Top A Paiat Shop.
Rear fire dyartmwt. 5-elBtf
FOR REST RtxM SEW MODERN
bnntalaw, rhickea henao 1 and barm.
l0. iarafj larlad.nc 1? ecree of
laud. Ta reapoaaiblo party; big; faav
.ilr of rhildrva BOt coaidred. Keat
Anty Si per raoelh. Oa edge of city
limit. -
. Por reat Vaero aalorbaa home, 8
room bnaae and barn. pared htch
wx.T. 1 mib from rity limita. Only
?3. -j '
K"ir' rent Sew 5 room aintlern boaae.
: r full baarmeijt with faraare. Incladiag
nrw garage. I ft( per mnnth.
tr -"THK HOME REALTY CO.
lCt. Hlsv TeL 171
' 1 sun
TOR '-HALE ROSTwS BCLL DOQ.
frtred. Tea caoatha old. Apply at
S71 S. Commercial. . J!lf
FOR SALE PCRi'BKED KEDlMTERElt
liolateta eowa. freah aad epricgera. Ed
Katbertaael.-Caatiy. Salla
TifOKOL'GIinRED COLLI E PUPS. 847
North High. )
VETERINARIAN DR. PATTERSON,
Phase 325a. RL 2. Bos S. SajZtf
PRTD W. LANOE. VETERINARIAN
Offteo 420 8. Coeamerciai. Phoao lit.
I WOOD FOR SALE 4t
40 CORDS Or WOOD 83-SO PER CORD
a Uo groaad.. JU. 3. Bos 155 Saleaa.
-43e4.
FOB RE NT A pjtrtra enta 23
FOR RENT APARTMENTS 891 K. Cow
ruerria!. " 8SH
CHAPTER F104
WHAT MADGE DID TO PLAGE
BOTH KATIE AND MOTHER '
! GRAHAM
For a " flabbergasted -second 1
could only stare at Katie asj Real
ized that her nimble brain had
been through the ruse I had
adopted in the hope ot concealing
Harry Underwood's presence at
the scene between Jim and the
escaped bootlegger,
True, she had no idea of the
"oder rnau's" identity, but I won
dered how long it would be before 1 Eskima This insures him against
her quickwitted cuninng would I taking cold If be doea blrir fr ti.
i ' . . . ..
When he had carefully examin
ed the shoos tht physician had
brounght in for repaira. the Ger
man cobbler handed them back.
saying: "Dem shoes ain't, worth
mending, doctor."
! "Very well. Hans." paid the doc
tor, "then of course I won't have
anything done to them."
j "Veil, but I charge you feefty
cents already yet."
"Why. what for?"
; "Vy. vhen I came to see you de
udder day you sharged me free
dollars for telling me dot dere
ain't 'nodd in g3 der' matter mit
me."
FOR RENT Rooms S3
TWO DANDY. FRONT 8LEEPINU
ronraa for rent. Clo to State lloaae.
Phone ::I0 W ereninga. j ;.'.
Sl.EEPINO ROOM. CLOSE IN, ALSO
garage, 542 8. lukerty. I'bone 1CK7-R.
2SaS
PRINTED CARDS. SIZE 14" BT TH
wording, "Rooma to Rent." price 18
ooata oa-k. 4 SUtoamaa Baaiaeee offtaa.
groaad floor. c
ROOM VOft RENT IN MODERN BOMB,
threa blocka from ttatev boaao.- AD
eoBTeaieaeea. ' OeDtleaaaa preferred
Pleaao girw referoacaa aad addreaa
B, care fitateeaaa. , . . JijJli
FOR RENT liOVELT ROOM FOR WlXr
lametto girl. Modern home. College
girl ia family. Box -8, care SUteamaa,
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TOR RENT ROOM SUITABLE POI
atadeata. with aloepaijr porch prrrilegoa
Ererytbiag aoodara. Reiareacea are ro
O.nlredr' awl drear toatf-arW-Buteamaa
. g;?M
FOR RENT nonacat 27
; BEST GRADE OF WOOD
4 ft. aad 18 lata.
Dry avUl wod.
Oreea aalU wood. '
Dry aeeoad irowtb fi.
1 . Xry aad eht Sir. a
Dry 4 ft. aeb..avaBla aad aaki'
FRED K. WELL.
Prowpt deiieory aad reasonable pvtia
180 Soath Cbixrck. Phoao 1548. 48ar
WOOD OP ALL KINDS FOR 6ALK
Joha 11. Scott. . Phoao 224 or -"2. .
AUSfJ
18-INCH OLD FTR SECOND OROWT1
oak aad aaa. Phoao 1 . M. It. May
field. 48tl8al
GOOD COAL DST WOOD '
PROMPT DELIVERIES.
HILLMAN FL'EL OO.
TELEPHONE IMS. -- 41Jz9tf
SOSCKLXtANEOUS
IL B. BE AG ROVE FURNACE
boot metal ahopi aaarod to S1 Mil
St. i 51a6tf
SALEM FUEL AND TRANSFER CO.
752 Trade St.
Weod. Coal. Bnqnete aad Traaafer.
Price) right. Sereic tho beat. Day.
pnoaee, 13 aad V19. Night pboaa 10.
Call aa. Slaitf
LOST AND FOUND C3
ANI 7 f I
FOUND GOLD WATCH CHARM. A. W.
Anna Phone 4FI. S.ta
PERSONAL
69
HIZZ TREATMENT'
FOR APPENDICITIS
'It Ta-WoaderfaL" Free a format loa.
Addraia llixi Co Port load. Or roe.
55aia-19?l
5 : , . 1 j Tofoarlv 1 il,ss tjatnenne uates-t T
niially. That one accomphshmenti would insure the steady Ernest Seton Thom . T
trrowth and well being of Salem. And it can be accompsnea Mrs. RPy. Burton Wetjirfes
by simply learning the facts and spreading em Woad;and
sticking everlastinglyLat it. ' ; ; iv -Jv
(Continued f ran paea S)
r. and Mrs. L. F. Brown and
A. T." Brown. 1 1 ' --.;;t"V:'-i -
. Late in the eyening Mrs Brown
accompanied the Strattons home
for a visit, remaining until Friday.
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Return to Oregon ,
Tbe friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur F. Daily (Dorothy Esch)
will be pleased to know, that they
have returned to Oregon to make
their home, after spending two
7-c'ars In Oakland, CaL Mr. and
j Mrn. Dally were on ' a . Tisit here
last month apd only recently re
turned to California , to complete
prrcngements: for "their ' transfer
have. i,-r. ' ; i
Yomarcp Cias$:
. The Tomarco cla3S of the First
Mc'jhodist church will meet on
Tuesday for a pot-lnck dlnnerj in
'is club room ot the churcn. Mrs.
.V D.' B'oley, Mrs.' A. A. Slewert,
Mri. D. "II. Mosber and Mrs J. H.
Holt, make up the' committee in
?Ilss Pedrcc Is Hostess
rThe "home-off. Mrs. George . J.
I ' r a r ce a t, 2 6 7 , No rtt ii Win tenstr pet
tr.4.s , the scene on Thursday '(eye
T ag of one 6f the most delightful
c7d parties of the earlyautnmn
wcks, whenMi3s Dorothy'Tearce
entertained with1 seven tables of
bridge in h6noi;of Franklin", B.
Launef. wnoieft.at 7 o'clock 4hli
from Burton Holmes jTrsfeJ'.-fTtbr-
es." and selections ifrclajSiynd
Animals I Have "Known. by Er
nest Seton ThomnKon" I
r. T . - r:.------i
anas saran, iansing-- "ilonev
Bee," Anatole France. ! -
S. H. Vari.Trumi
The
t r . .
and bowls of dahlias, zinnias, cos
mos and marigolds. ;with papers ee," .
hurnine hem and' there, 'were" at- I ' Mrs.
tractive In. the rooms. AfteT the j Story of TOm Twist" "The Won
servinz of a delicious light 'lunch- erful Sack." by J. t! Trowbridge:
eon, liir. xjauucx, auo uuuv.uwi.i - -., -numuun our
. ... v . 'n e- I TOTlplia amit Ti.,m& n t . Tt
ana Aliss rearceinB uyoicw, i i - aim u niui u-s ni xiirus.
ored the group wifh piano sdlos. as observed by Mrs. Van Trump
In the Eroup,tor the evening! rs. iaura t;as Krencn Stor
ies from the W'iggln and Smith
Story Book. . .
During the six weeKs' period a
total of 1084 ; children were en.
tertalned.
Mr. and Mrs. Earf Headrick and
Mary Jeanne have : been spending
Members of .the T. A. club will
sponsor' a dance this evening in
were Mr. and Xrs, H. A. arris.
Mr. and Mrs. H,, T. Love, "Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Anderson. -Mri. and
Mrs. Joseph Chambers, Jr.j Prof
and Mrs. T. S- Rpberts.rMr. apd
Mrs.: Merle Rosecrah's.- Mrs-i T. G.
Honkins. Mrs.. E. C. SmalL Mfs
?.!orE! QJ-iSi: the week at Seaside,
MISS ljUCllie . emmaus, aiuw n
Clare Love, MissVMaxlne Buren,
Miss Mary Jane Albert, Miss Mar
ian Emmons, Miss Nellie Sthwab,
Miss Leah Ross, Miss Luclfle Ross,
MfsiT-Audred Bufich FranTtlln -B
Laaner. Byrort p.; Arnold, (Virgil
Starr; 'AseT Eoff and the hostess,
Miss Dorothy " Pearee.
. -: , y a - v
Ohlings Leave on Trip
? Mr. and Mrs. R. .K-Ohlihg left
this month for a BljCFeeks'i
trip that will take them as
WTashington? D. q.,' and Virginia
They are making thetrlp through
the middle west and will
by way of Calttornia.'
1 o. vt ;.v . "-'S
Playground-Stories Us
. An interesting, compilation oi
juvenile ' literature is onV;ot the
many . results '.of ; the playgrbund
story hour, as it .was conducted tor
six.weeks.this summer atffoHT
teenth street under the auspices
of the Salem Woman's .club,, co
operating with the director",- i3
nraA'-J5nrirt1r:i. A - rnrrfTilpto) ioinrt
of ther wb'rle win e mad bx Mrs.iw
worm the secret from stolid Jim.
There was but one thing to be
done, however, if I were to save
my face. Chinese fashion, and I
did it. i
'T am not asking for your opi
nion?. Katie," If. said icily. "That
Isot -course.,, your own affair. But
I '! tell yon again, now that in
coverings, a proceeding in Which
he almost never indulges, because
they aria light, though wholly of
wool, and !a window Is always
wide open, in his room, making
rertain ithat though he is w;nm,.
ne is ntver over-heated
My
would, i
irrot&eT-Inrlaw's; Window
I' kneix rinxo ' tn t
..... . . '.w vui.-u um
telatlng this story, you to say no crack throngh which the wirrter
word of Jim's-being bound, or of air coujd come in. and her hlan-
any other, man; . besidesthe boot- kets ami quilts would be so heavy
legger. pa you understand?" that Junior would be nncomfbrt-
"Oh ye Missis Craham please ably warm.' But the weieht of an
sctrse.TIo bcexeness tallc like ttertj experienced grandmother odI-
to you." Sh was frankly cowed nion is! a" hard thing" td edmbat,
and penitent a state of mind rare especially in my case, "because for
indeed with tempestnous Katie, awhile i I am comnoiUrl !.av.
and I: wisely held fast to my stern the child with her.
pose.' though strongly tempted to Therefore. I held my neace al-
weaken. i 1 though; I could not smother rn.
"Please do not forget again' Ibodlng'that my yielding would re-
I said. coldly,'"and be very care- suit in a severe cold if nothing
ful what yon say to Mrs, Tlcer.l worse for mv idolized hnv
You may go now." - ;: -
I no say nodings," Katie ttn-l Anew trail has been made
sweried a bit sullenly as she left down the face of Grand Canyon,
the room. ' "Dot Jeem he tell storyl It" is 18 per cent as rnmnsr'
heemself if he vant. I no tell." with 36 per cent on th nriM
Relieved at her decision, I hur- Angel trail. It is'DossIblA tr m
ried back to the living-room andjover this new trall from rim to
bent over Junior ensconced on a) rial of I the canyon in one
' A white man walking along a
road where an old colored man
was whitewashing, a fence, notic
ed that the brush he was using
contained very few bristles.
"Look here, Raatus," exclaimed
the man, pausing and looking at
the operation, "why don't you get
a brush with more bri?tles In it?"
"What fo. Mistah Smith, what
fo"? " returned Rastus. glancing
from the fence to his questioner.
i "What for?" expressively re
plied Mr. Smith. "Why. if you
had a brush with more bristles in
it yon .could do twice as much
work."
s "Dai's sll riRbt. Mistah Smith."
aid i:c;tii. negatively shaking
hU head. ."Lat I hain't got twice
as much wotk to do."
i "My gootlness!" remarked the
old genllt-uian as be stopped th
young lad with the fuc catch of
trout., ".You've had a very suc
cessful day. young man. Vhere
.did you tJtth all these fish?"'
:,"Just walk down that path
marked .'Prjvate" and keep right
on till you come to a notice, 'Trcs
passem 'will be prosecuted. A
lew yard f arther'on there' f lne-i
pool in the river marked 'No fish
ing allowed and there you are,
sir!" ;
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FOR RENT SL'BL'RUAN HOME A -rora
boaae. ait acreo ' good epnag
waur. 2 aiilee from Salem. $15 per
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In the Philippines there are
fish that climb trees, fish that
squirt poison through syringes,
fish so small that lO.OuO of them,
matured, make a light breakfast
for a native, and fish that live on
dry land and drown when placed
In the water.
1 If you want to do your country
relations a favor, don't arrange to
spend your vacation with them.
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