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THE OREGON STATEIAN, SALEM, OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 7, 1925
Nearly 450 Teachers of
County Are Expected Here
- -October 16 and 17
'.. Nearly 450 teacher t In : the
county are expected to attend the
annual teachers' lnsitute to be
held at the Salem high school
building October 16 to 17. The
complete program has been out
lined by Mrs. Mary Fulkerson,
county school superintendent, and
will be ready for distribution In
a few days. .
- Instructors who will participate
In the institute are as follows:
. A.AC, Strange, director of Ara
merlcanizaiion, state department
pf education; J. S. Lander,
president" state ; normal, school:
Dr. Walter H." Brown, director of
Marion County Health Demonstra
tion; ' Hon. B. F. Mulkey, Port
land: Dr." Homer P. Ttairiey, JJni
Versity of Oregon ; Dr.' It G. Du
bach,' Oregon Agricultural v col
lege ; Dr.'. Estella ' Ford j Worner,
head of medical service, Marion
County Child Health' Demonstra
tion; Miss .Ilnor Thompson, head
f nursing service, .Marion Conn ty
Child Health" Demonstration- Miss
Anne ', Simpson, , Marion county
supervisor . of health education ;
Miss' Alabama Brenton,f Oregon
npr maf school . Mrs, Vlctorilo'rris
Oregon .normal 'school ; J Miss Ona
Emmons, Oregon ' normal school;
X. C. If elsont principal Salem nigh
school; Miss Lena Belle 'Tartar,
music director, Salem high school;
Miss Carolina Crowley grade sup
ervisor, Salem public schools; Mrs.
Julia Ostergard, ico-worker with
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indigestion, tlaiulence, palpitation,
headache or any stomach distress
: The moment 1 you chew a few
"Pape's Diapepsin" tablets your
stomach feels fine. Correct your
digestion for a few cents." Pleas
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Dr. Cartton: W. . Washburne at
Winnetka, ,ni:r Re. J-"J. Evans,
First Christian church," Salem.
Institute secretaries will be "Wil
liam W. Fox.- W. II. Bailie. ' and
R. J. Miller. : A-.
The primary department ' will
hold its sessions in room 21T, with
Remoh H. Schultz as chairman;
the Intermediate department .""in'
room 307, with Adelaide Engine,
chairman; advanced in room 221'
with PVC. Fulton, chairman?1 high
school in room1 216 -with Harold
Reed," chairman, and art in" room
115, with Mary B. Scolard, chair
man.Ar -'- ,M'"VA :' AAH
The complete, program for . the
institute folows: . - .
:H Friday; October 16 S A
9 a. ; m -General session. Invo
cation, Rev. ' J. J. ' Eransv Music
Lena Belle Tartar, director. .
9: 30 Address, Dr. Walter H.
Brown, - a ;A'AA' A Aa A"' A:
' 10:10 Recess. A A;X 'aA'A
" 10:20 i Demonstration, ' Dr.
Stella Ford Warner.' " '-"'AAA,
11:05 - Demonstration, Miss
' 11:50 -Noon intermission. A.A
Af ternoon .
l:15-r-Music, Lena Belle Tartar
director". . A A A'-'A" A A'-AA
1:45 - Departments, primary.
health education.1 Miss Anne Simp
son; intermediate arithmetic, Mrs.
Julia Ostergaard; advanced, read
ing, Mrs.' ; Victor Morris; high
school," equalizing educational op
portunities, -Drv Homer P, Ralney;
art, selected, Miss Alabama Bren
ton. . - A"-. ;- ;A
2:30 Intermediate, health ed
ucation. Miss Anne Simpson; ad
vanced history.' Mrs. TIcto " Mor-
a scientific basis, Mrs. Julia Oster
ris; high school, social science on
gaard; art, selected. Miss Alabama
Brenton. - .; -
3:10 Recess.. V.
-3:20 General session. Address,
Americanization," A.' C. Strange
A- Saturday, October IT A
9 : 00 General sesion. Music,
Lena BelleTartar. director. c -
9:30 - Address,r Educational
Respdnsibillty ' in an Industrial
Age,". President J.' Sv Landers.
10:10 Recess. . "
10:20 -Departmentsr Primary
language. Miss Ona Emmons fin
terraediate, ' spelling, Mrs. r Julia
Ostergaard. Advanced, health- ed
ncation.'Miss Anne Simpson; high
school. "Present Crisis in China
Dr. U. G. Dubach; art, selected.
Miss Alabama Brenton.
11:10 Departments: Primary,
number. Miss Ona Emmons; in
termediate, "Overcoming Difficul
ties in English," Mrs. Julia Oster
gaard; advanced, geograpny. Mrs.
Victor Morris; high school. Health
education. Miss Anne Simpson;
art, selected. Miss Alabama Bren
ton. v ' ' ' - ' ' '"
f 1 : 15 Masic, 1 Lena Belle Tar
tar, director." " - '
Departments: Principals' asso
ciation, Supt. Robert Goetz. presi
dent; city teachers, round table.
Miss Carolina Crowley; high
school, teachers' round table, J.
C. Nelson, assembly room;' rural
teachers, Mary L. Fnlkerson,
2:20 General session. County
division O. S.-T. A. Business; ses
sion, II. F. Durham, president. -i
- 2:40 Music, Lena Belle Tartar
director; lecture, "Hamlet," Hon.
B. F. Mulkey. " - A
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E, E. Bergman, Head of
. School Machine Shop, Is ;
Speaker for, Kiwanis
Heroic conduct of the Rer. Charles M. Boswell of Philadelphia, is credited with having avert
ed loss of life Ip a $300,000 blaze in a five story frame hotel in Ocean Grove, N. J 1 He discovered
the flames and ran through the halls rousing the sleepers. Many of the 400 guests were aged and
had to be carried from the building by Boswell and others. The wrecked hotel is shown.
Petition Is Circtnated; Other
Luncheon Clubs Will Sign
To prove that the Kiwanis club
is earnestly in back of a "program
for better bridges for Salem, a
petition 'was passed among the
members present at the weekly
luncheon Tuesday, and practically
everyj member present responded
with his signature. The petition
was introduced by F. A. Erixon,
"There is hardly a city in the
country that heeds bridges as bad
ly as Salem." ' He said that he is
In favor of a bond issue that will
enable Salem to build all neces
sary bridges at the same time so
(that they may be uniform, and at
the same time to allow enough for
the! building of each bridge that
they may all be of the best quality.
! C. B. McCullough, president and
state bridge engineer, expressed
himself emphatically as being itt
back of the bridge bond issue, de
claring that "the necessity for
putting life into the .bridge matter
Is most urgent," and that he is
willing to "go down the line for
better bridges for Salem."
i Petitions like that submitted to
J be Kiwanians are to be submitted
to the Rotarians, the Chamber of
IjCommerce, and the Lions, Mr. Mc
Cnllough announced. He asserted
that just these signatures would
not be enough, and told -the Ki
wanians that he was going to
bring up the question of better
bridges every meeting' from now
on until the first of the year.
than referring the affair to the
water commission. N.MDigerness,
one of the members of the com
mission, wished to keep! the salary
at 1150. it is said,! while Mr. Rich
ardson and Mr. Cunningham over
ruled Mr. DIgerness. The petition
presented Monday night was sign
ed by J.' StaIket. f j
The pool half men of Silverton
appeared before the council Mon
day night for information about
the partition which a law demands
must be placed between; the lunch
counter and bars and the' card
tables. This law will be enforced
at Silverton. No objection was
raised Monday night by the pool
The West main street paving
."The purpose of education is to
fit a man or woman for the posi
tion that he or she Is to occupy
in life," the Kiwanians were told
at their weekly luncheon on Tues
day by E. E. Bergman, head of
the machine shop department at
the Salein high School. And he
expressed it as hfe belief that the
school should do : all in its power
to: find just what! each student is
fitted for and to help him to serve
his best in that capacity.
"There is no such thing as a
boy's failing in school; the school
fails in the boy," he said and to
back his statement asserted that
a1 whole hearted .attempt should
be made to eliminate failure from
the report card. !
It is Mr. .Bergman's opinion that
there is "not one course of study
that will meet the needs of all, so
the courses in the schools sbould
be large enough to take' in all the
Mr. Bergman said the vocation
al coarse given at the high school
shop Is intended primarily for
those students who do not intend
to go to college: j The course is so
arranged, he said, that a student
should' be able to step out of the
high school at the end of the three
year: shop course and step right
into a regular shop. But he add
ed that should the student decide
fo acquire a college education, he
can take two more years of acad
emic studies at the high school, go
Into A eollege.A and through ' his
training gained from the shop
course, earn his way through col
lege.. --A a "'-ay
Threi hours every day are de
voted by machine shop students
to actual shop work' and the rest
of the day is- devoted to-shop
mathematics and such studies that
are connected with shop iworkV
Mr. Bergman said.
this'-policy Toid and" on Decembe
23, 1924, the insurance eompan;
brought Mr. Moore Into f edera
court where he was restrained.
MOORE APPEALS CASE
INSURANCE 'DECISION GOES TO
Y Winter Weights for Women
T and Children
wear ia made pr
, a complete var-;
icty ot styles
iti all weights -and
wear is cut to
fit the body in
the same way
a tailor cuts" an
The fabric is
carefully . pro
cess e d and
shrunk, down to
'A- Globe Garment retains the size marked, no
matter how many times it Is washed. 1 - - -Globe
Garments neversag orgiet ibaggyr They
hold their shape. ; r . a '
, ; Women's Union jSuits . ,
$1.98 $2.98 $3.50 $4.98 $6.50
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; Children's and Misses iUnion Suits ,
$1.25 $1.50 $1.98 $2.50 $2.98 $3.50
Boys' Union Suits 8 toil 6 years $2.50
Or your .money cheerfully refunded
l:- ,- .- . - - "Can and Do!
8ALT7I STOKK rURTLAXD 8ILK SnOP
'4C3Ut Strict ' . S83"AIdef "Street ;
SILVERTON. Ore.. Oct. 6.-
(Special). The city council met
in regular session Monday night
for the first time in the new city
hall. Perhaps the business attract
ing most attention was the peti
tion read to Impeach W. L. Cun
ningham and S. E. Richardson on
the water board (or raising the
salary of the water commissioner.
A. Janz, from $150 to 1200. ! The
increase ' was maae last spring,
Some complaint was raised before
but no action was taken other
assessment was passed
the third reading. The
be open to traffic in a
two weeks. I ;
- A resolution Was also passed to
improve Pine street from James
avenue to Brown street. The
street will be graded this fall and
paved next spring, j A
Reports on i the repairing of
side walks were also read showing
that a number; of sidewalks were
being built in Silverton.
It was decided that the formal
opening and dedication of the new
city hall will be held on October
14 in the evening and during the
afternoon. Ai u fis
Salem Heights to Select Pro
ducts Prior to Annual Corn
Will Moore, state insurance
commissioner, has appealed to the
United States supreme court from
th.e recent decision of Judge Bean
in the federal court in Portland
wherein; the Fidelity & Deposit
company of Maryland was upheld
for issuing an insurance policy
with a confiscation clause.
The policy was issued against
the confiscation of cars for trans
portation of liquor and has had a
big sale .through the state. Ap
parently, Mr. Moore states, many
people, especially the automobile
factories and agents, have availed
themselves of the opportunity of
insuring their cars on installments
against these hazards. '
On November 20, .1923, Mr.
Moore issued a bulletin declaring
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For a few cents torn or worn
rubbers can ; be ; mended by vul
canizing at an automobile shop.,
To clean your willow furniture
give it a thorough bath In a strong
brine. ' ' :'
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Don't stay head- if
achy, bilious, con
stipated, sick! Take
one or two "Caacar
ets" - any time to
m 1 1 d 1 y stimulate
your liver and start
your bowels. r Then
you will feel fine,
rnnr hnart hftrnmPK
sweet, tongue pink and skin rosy.
Nothing else cleans; sweetens,
and refreshens the entire system
like pleasant, harmless candy-like
"Cascareta." They never gripe,
overact; or sicken. ' Directions for
men, women,' children on each box
drugstores. -Adv. 'A "
Mrs. Earl Adams of Scotts Mills
was the inspiration of a little
afternoon party ' Tuesday at the
home of her sister, Mrs. B. Lyons.
The afternoon was spent in social
conversation and handwork.
Lunch was served at the close of
the afternoon, j Guests! were Mrs.
George Henriksen, Mrs. Clara
Baltemore, Miss Alice Jensen, Miss
Lillie Madsen, ! Mrs. Elmer Olson,
Mrs. Arthur Gattftrterg, Mrs
Adolph Haugen, Mrs; Lawrence
Larson, Mrs. Hans Jensen, Mrs.
Henry Torvend, Mrs. Bert Iverson,
Mrs. Gordon McCall. Miss Valborg
rmbreck, Miss Grace Lyons, Miss
Edna Lyons, ;Mrs. Oi Ormbreck
and Mrs. Selmer Ness,
Very often he housewife finds
the. edges of small carpets frayed
and ragged. Usually she cuts them
off. This wilj be all right for a
while, but soon they will be In
the same condition. :
instead of cutting, take some
strips (one inh wide) of the ad
hesive paper that is! used in mak
ing dressmakers' forms and paste
along the edge, thus holding the
The Salem Heights Community
club is planning to hold a home
products show November 17, with
the main object in view to "get
together the best products of the
community for the annual corn
show to be held under the aus
pices of the Salem Chamber of
Commerce at the Armory, Novem
ber 19, 20 and 21."
Two vears azo th Salem
Heights community took first
place in the community exhibits
at the corn show, and last year
were beaten by Central Howell by
only one point. Central Howell
received 384 points and Salem
Heights 383 out of a possible 400.
At the home products shown
sponsored by the Salem Heights
Community club, blue ribbons
will be awarded for nine vege
tables besides squashes, pumpkins
and grains. There will be blue
ribbons given for the best apples,
pears, dried fruits, grain, walnuts,
filberts, chestnuts, canned fruit,
ennned vegetables or meats, cab
bages, kale, pepper, etc.
There will be a sweepstake for
the highest score to be made in
the show. Those who wish to par
ticipate in the show are asked to
have their exhibits at the Salem
Heights hall Tuesday morning,
November 17. The' members of
the show committee are P. F.
Stolzheise, chairman: R. D. Hul
sey, A. N. Fulkerson, Mrs. Myron
Van Eaton and Mrs. L. Farrlng
Josephine County grape crop is
estimated at 30 carloads.
Scappoose Paving and side
walk program this fall, will cost
What Is It?
See ad on'pase throw AV1
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COME IN TODAY
Do Your Feet Hurt?
-'Corns and callouses re
moyed without pain or
soreness. - Ingrown nails
removed - a n"d ""Irealed.
Pains' in fect Weaffoot.
flat foot, foot strains and
fallen ' arches: adjusted.
Do not suffer. AI will give
you th best, that science
can prodttce In scientific
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Hours &-5:J0'Phone 61
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Sm AV S'ltm
Our shop is , equipped
with' all new machinery.
We use "nothing 'but the
very best grade of leather
that money will buy.
' -Mr. Jacobson, in charge
of this department, is an
expert in his '. line has
spent ' years in factories
and repair stops and will,
do nothing but b. i C h
grade work. 1 - '