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. THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEil OREGON.
MORNING,' OCTOBER 23, 1925
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AlkaH Br, SSS Wareaatar Bid Portland, Ora.
TkiBi K Clark Ca lH.tr Tart, 128180 W. Slit St.:
ADELE GARRISON'S NEW PHASE
- OF -REVELATIONS
OF A WIFE
Coprriffht, 1923, by
Kawtpaper i'aatura SerTiea,.Ie.
Daty Paya. Bkaraa Bids, Baa Fraaciaco. Calif.; Htim Bldt- Laa JH--a. Calif'
Baklaaw Of flea II ar sat
- TXLIPH0NI8: f
, Clrealattaa QffUaS SI Xawa 3agaiUbaatSt-1"A
Intra4 al tk Pott Of flea la fataa, Orecoa, at aaeoafreiui
iiuw- iu myw'ER AN ENEMY;- Whea a man's ways Dlease
the : while I qnicklr repented 'tfy'
impetnous inTltationV I knew only
too well bofw etrennous would be
Dicky's objection to ' my enter
taining Mrs. Marks or any of her
frlend9 even In the most1 casual
"But I'll be sure that swell hus
band of yours Is out first," my
h'ostess chuckled, leading the way
back) into, the larger room;" and? I
wondered if she possessed tele
pathic powers. T "There's two" rea
sons for that. One is because "he'd
just I about as soon see a dead
clam around as me or any of my
friends. Oh. . I'm not blaming
you ! f as ? I began a ' perfunctory
protest . "But you know It as
well as rd4'.vAnd the other tea
on uis; that.'Mo.llie shoulda'C be
flashed suddenly' on-any "perfect
ly good husband. Petey, he's used
to her. rHe's known her since she
was a kid, and she ain't his style
anyway; but isn't your husband
an.artist?" - . -
"Yes," I returned a bit stiffly,
wondering to what pvint this ram,
bling monologue was leading.
'I thought so. .Well, he'll be a
queer one If he don't fall for
a great big Dump.
f Mother was giring little John
ny a -lecture. You should al
ways be exceedingly careful about
your conduct. ; I. want you never
to do anything which you would
be ashamed to hare the whole
world Bee you doing, - . ,
"The youngster let out a whoop
of delight and turned a hand
spring jin his exuberance.'. '
"What In the world is the mat
ter. with jrou. Are you crazy? "
demanded his mother.'
. "No'mr' was. the answer. "I'm
Just glad'causfeott don't "expect
me. t'j take baths any more."
Percentage ofWomen lower
Jr' ? ? enemIe9 be at Peac witb bim.. Pro- goreiy troubling her .and i
??yx?Vgil'V ! 1 ' moned all the power of dh
t Forlast years beets tfie growers received $7.61 per ton.
..If -tly: .can ;d6Hfiat well this year the-tillers1 "of the soil are !
going to be sitting pretty. - There ia very little of the produce I
of the farm but Vhat is brinirine fair Drices. and 'the farmer Marks! You'll jiardon my speak- vog w be a mark against
Mma e - v.l.Jo1 1 kno- " 18 w eiy: her. ahd so she won't &o it. al
a nwiviu lire jiiwumhc own ui .uua iuuuuj anuum Iiavc Kj r was sneaking only the trutn.
WHY SHOULp,.AN.lULE QUES
J TION TROtfBLEJ MRS 1 v
1.1: -' 'MARKS?'1
' -Turning from, the door she had
jus tlung shutt Mr8. Petey Marks
swnng toward' me? wjth "crimsoned
cheeks and furtive, eyes.
OHad I seen the surprising num
ber "of fur cloaks in her closet?
This; 1 1 knew, was the question
lation I possessed to reassure her.
Fortunately,-when she had made Molli with
her dash toward the dvjor, I intul-l There's been twv or three of em
lively had turned my face to an-j wanted ner to poBe for 'em, but f "n,vVp
other quarter of the room, and I nothIng cooking with Moille. ?I m V -
did not look, toward the closet as j don't know what she's got in the
I spoke entnusiasticaliy: back of her head to make of her-
"fWliat r a -pretty lamp Mrs. .eifjbu't whatever it Is she thinks
- Ir. "Newly wed strutted Into a
club to which he bad been elect
ed. He looked around to see If
there was anybody there he knew,
and after a while he discovered
a well known lawyer reading by
a window. I 1
. JHe walked across to the lawyer
and held out "bis hand, palm
down. On ' his third finger glit
tered a diamond ring be had Just
bought. ; . - -
Hello, Mr. Briefs," he said.
wiggling his fingers to make the
you do it you were me and had
W& sell it," said the attorney,
and buy a nail brush."
thonrh It. -wonlfl hA ertcic nav.
BOmetning to sell, --rlotcnkiss (UOlO.) limes. ' " -v The electric reading lamp upon a "What is she doing now?" I
Vftl Vvi a m ' 1 a ' a . . ' . I amall lahla; et fha hood ft TnA I ..I.J a. V. ...la. X w V. j 1
ane rjeei growers oi tne country ougnt ta do as well on r:r- i'.Z v - him t. demonstrate his art. andiSaDoingfieid.
Sigmund Romberg, the compos
er, tells of meeting a circus sword
swallower one time. He asked
Jhan on Previdus
Nine Are Called
Nine women are on t the jury
panel of thirty-one drawn by the
cdunty court yesterday for the Oc-
tober term of court; The percent-j
age of women jurors' on this list
is much lower than for.tne previ-
oua panel. The list follows: v
Ay P. Kirsch. EasC Stayton
farmer; E. C Mays, Donald, mer-t
chant; J. - E. " Waltman, North
Howell, farmer; H-sC-i Magnren
Englewood, farmer; -.jciara M.
Swafford, Salem No 4, housekee;
en Fred Yergen, Donald, farmer i
Maud M. Dick. East
housewife; Clara JKnapp,: Cham-
poeg, housewife; Mary
Nancy E. S. Hill,
Salem No. 3.
housewife;' George Ev Given, : Tur
ner, farmer; G. W. Laflar, Salem
No. 17; Insurance; O." L. Darling,
Salem No. 4, clerk. ;'
Dora B. Schellberg,' Salem; No.
18, housewife; Anna ..G. Mickel,
Salem' Noo. 16. housewife; M. D.
teabo, - Aurora, farmer; P. c.
Freres, Mehama, farmer; Thomas
Little, Turner, retired; John Mur
ray,! Butteyiiie,. farmer; John F.
George H Dunsford. Salem NoTlY,
supt. buildings; Charles C Han
son, l Aumsville, retired;" E. B.'
Smith, Riverview, miller.
the average this year as last.
r enerally economies have wenantroducedan the factor- tinted green of the jrirst . tender uIoub Annoyance' I felt at
idsrmDroved machinery adontidVhort cnta! Effected: more uf of rr!an Mark' totiinatlon that my
m . ar m z. . i rwk a m a a ; - . a .
au ior Aiouie
coloring, lis pedestal groundwork hide; ithe uhcomfortable and ridic-
.Ora D. Craig, Saleni No. . IT,
housewife; Edna j jHovenden,
West Hubbard, housewife; Fred
E. Brietzke, Monitor, farmer; Eu
gene Eckerich, Jr. Fairgrounds,
farmer; Carl O. Engstrom, Salem
No. 10, contractor; iHenry A.
fellow apparently swallowed , Henry ute, Scollard, farmer;
favorable. contracts on the average made with the growers; ment 8hade. in a JeTeabiending L bi'thump:'
aira setter use maae oi tne ny-proaucts, tne tops, the pulp or . the same greetwana rose, To; -tny surprtse
and thP mnlRS riK V ! ' .mi 11 u wornmg glufi ruwV;"' iace, new signals
; ment'had possessedJthe good sense
ya etiffiiflv Woi. 10 mii loof . voa An Via rU I White BCBrf belOW It.
r Mrs:" Marks'
. . - ... . . . ."--. . I ii '.
' . - . , ... , i. , .: , ur ana ine cnateiaioe oi ine avan- ment.'.
So the men who furnish the raw ; materials . should fare ment-had possesseijthe good sense wh
as well this year as last year, though the Sl&ar prices may to .place only the. plainest aheer keeper in my in a fur house,
some pins and needles. '
rBut protested , R o m b e r g.
those aren't swords; they re
pins and needles." ,. , ;..
know It," replied rthe circus
freak, "but I'm on a diet." ;t f
Mabel A. Loekwoodl " Pringle
Don't stay head
achy, dizzy, bilious,
constipated, sick! -
One or two pleas
ant c a n d y - like
any time in mild
ly stimulate your
e f liver ana nn
L 1 your bowels. Then
vnn wilt hnth Innk
and feel clean, sweet and re
freshed. Your head will be clear.
stomach sweet, tongue pink and
your skm rosy.
Because' "Cascarets" never gripe
or sicken, it has become the larg
est selling laxative in the world.
' Directions for men, women, chil
dren on each box any drugstore.
Adv. ' '
- TAKE (("'
U aaa comfort maka
aaadiaa Pacific tba
prefarrad method oi
feraval to tha OrianL
Kvary two WMka m
: macnificaat EnpraM
boar attls from Via
cetovar for traaa-Pa
; Write ar colt em your
: beat gMt far com
cabia rate art tlo
Why! SheV she's a
- . i i rait rtfir t if 11 n i an niiMiinninF
(Most of the contracts are .now on a 50-50 basis 'between I Bae upon me and knew that she
crower and manufacturer. where the' factory is Drivatelv 1 was debating my sincerity. She
owned-with a $5 to $6 a ton advance payment or guarantee.) il
If the beet sugar growers would unite as one man and I y Cynisismr that i was not sure
get rid of the Cuban differential on raw sugars, and perhaps which quality .would; puu down
iet a fraction of cent a pound higher pnolectiv-e duty be- 'S-l,
sides, the beet sugar industry would be as solid as Gibralter. 8poke, and i knew that my ruse
?As itis it is one of the greatest assets to any community, had succeeded, r :
paruy on account of the indirectbenef its , in building aup the f bu'd Like Moiiie."
(To be continued.)' '
I Bits For Breakfast
live iptock industries.
. . ;5alem must get a beet sugar factory.,
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REMARKABLE DEVELOPMENTS IN ADVERTISING ;
Salem' needs an auditorium-
"a V 1
Or a place of some kind to ac
commodate 10,000 people or more.
Does ; that seem like a good
many people? But there are 100,-
000, easily, within Salem's trade
area. . .
The cablegrams of this morn-
rrhey were climbing , a lofty
peak of the Alps, -and she was
standing a few feet above him.
She turned around and gazed In
"What." he asked, "what do
-.t'Far, far b'elow," she cried, "I
see a long, white sheet stretching
like a paper ribbon almost back
toour hotel." '
VHarha!" he ejaculated. "It's
that hotel bill overtaking us."
'I kinda thought that would
hit you in the eye,", she chuckled.
"Myself, I ; don't care . for it ' so
much. I'd like something a little
Vi 4 V t er ilinM wo a mm aa1
, M, A. I J a VIM a WW 11V - a UU Ul U i WV.C S V
I nn wwr1 9 V. I nntr fiirnvaa An if vhatl : -
Gold Beach Improvements in
lelephone service will care, for
several ' times . the
Ing of the Associated Press tell of 1 j,re8ent subscribers.
an auaience oi a minion people ai
a religious fait; at Tanta, Egypt,
r '- 1 " 1 t- 1f . J.. "j A I tn,b W .ra . TJ.. DMAS Ita ornf 1 1
1f in iyuu our country s aavenismg uiu amounucu 10 auouv t" w w- That's a lot of folks for a meeting
U.WU.UVU a year - , presents, and of course, I couldn't
, llKow it is believed to run over a billion dollars a year, kk didn't want to for I d)
Tmenormous growth irt advertUing is one of. the remarkable loU.tbut thred;ine was
i ' 1. . j , . xr ai swell." " r
OeyeiopmeniS OI xne iirsi quaner xl wie- iweuuetu ceuwur.
he wafted a reminiscent sigh
Not even radio has had so powerful an influence on toward the red lamp, 'while I
in 'a town you never heard of be
fore. Isn't It?
Bnt'large ' crowds- 'are5 nWuh--
common in that part oi the' world.
Did you know that General' Lew
j- i ' . i w niirH . a iiniirrnr iun riiir rf
a ' v . . . ' - w a -a I arM awt w4-K . r h a anaahvnnfaM I '
ArrricaniJie as ine growtn oi aaverusing . , i- " . r.r-::r::r;: lieved theer were seven million
: For advertising touches every, home and every pocket, fo-r tne ' tortton f tne artlstlc PepPe present at the crucirixion of
Take without Fear as Toldi
in -''Bayer" Package
lit affects our habits of life. .It has standardized many thing upvn the
nade them known" in every t6wn in the country. J tfv Petey, didn't
pick it out
(Annual filbert Slogan number
TirnHnrts anrl marlp.
" 7. ..rr r 7 r. - i -ns., Hi tav t "'"i
It has supplied the customers for products turned out m great a i7mP; and sVhe got a next This is the filbert
nnontitir nwvlnpfinn 5a 'an, AmpnVfln riipvp-1 .Anji -- center of North America. If you
tne once over, and she pickea
' ... . OI I.
j Ana xne econorruc uasis iur liuauuiv uuuwu aUC1" her tastes Mollie is, awful ambi
tious too, always, crazy to read
what the real swells have In their
homes, but she never wants noth
ing real stunning the way I do.
You'd like Collier ITt-bet, and I
want her-to see. yon. She's al-
, ?;The billion dollars a year now spent preserves the line of
rnrrrrnimifatinn f romr maker to consumer, and creates new
- lines of com'rnnnication '"-A;'r-Sy!: '
1 'And it builds and preserves the structure of good will
can help the Slogan editor prove
the value of the filbert industry,
please do so. It ia a big thing.
f.y. 1i '
Fresno county, California,
claims to be the richest in the
world. If that -doesn't . tease
Florida Into a reply we're off the
southern staCe for lire New York'
it is as iiuLAJi wtiii. mi mvov'.vw ac, MKe-na i-ff ife neP t0 itnowi ,k w .ti
town -merchant as it Is' to the manufacturer of an article I've found one." . ; South Florida realtor adverUsed
, - ' ' ..(....m r .. .mere - was sucn UKeaious ;m-i ust " jiiwsieiwiis vn.
Fliinio nawyuai iuxiaii- - - I ceritv in her tone, that I found i in that section for $10,000
-; f .
. ; And it is as important to the undeveloped community as myself flushing like a schoolgirl printervmade a mistake and placed
ktftbthetransntmentalraUroalbe.,: ': V'.? -conpihaeB M ' HtytiW:
, ., , , . . , ' a. a. it , . ' - , Just picking up his phone to ball
iSalem is a much better advertisincr town man it nas oeen A Natural Question. . . - - ' I Aril .f h Waw4 r 1svV An tkA vtHstnA
heretofore; ; But the sums spent in this manner "here might
J'Thank you," v managed to Ufng and t a ' man -announced he
doubled if -placed Hud "That-s the-nicest wouid.be right up to takehe lot
tO yield ttiOSt handsome return., fevtt . i Mnt-A'iia T'm .li'Aa )IV.-n SW mn aometimea alWava . tell
r. i - - - . ...... ". : -. I much to know MolUe." In
PROMOTING COURTESV I
"I'll bring her in the next time Fla;Times-Unlon. (Now you tell
shgt comes over," she. promised! one.) ' '
Unless you see the "Bayer
Cro8'-' on package or on tablets
The 1 5"0- are. not getting the genuine
Bayer Aspirin provea sale Dy mil
lions, and prescribed by physicians
over twenty-five years for. -
Colds . ' Headache
Neuritis . Lumbago
'Neuralgia Pain,Pain i
7 Each unbroken' Bayer" pack
age contains proven directions!
Handy boxes of twelve tablets dost
few ; cents! Druggists '; also sel'
'bottles of 24 ad 100. Advi f
. i ' " - . '
Are Americans more impolite .than the -people of, other
nations, are" they - so self-sufficient or are they so busy or
careless that they failpf ten' to recognize a service or. courtesy
with -a kindly lnkyon ? Possibly ' this lack of "courtesy
jnajjbe charged to the disappearance of formalities once far
more' common than now. ' ; ' T, . ' - " 'xM''x :", ..
t,The almost constant" reiteration of this lack of courtesy f
prompted discussion among groups of men and women with
he'; result that in a certain university club there has been
formed an American "Thank .You'' league. The purpose of
this league is to urge leading men and women to stimulate
the use of this terse and pleasing term whenever a kindness
seen done. - - " . - ,
The names of a thousand well-known Americans have
beca pisted and affirmative replies have been received from
"practically all of them including eidtors, actorst educators, ball
players, merchants, statesmen and others. i
j ' 'iThis movement for more general observance of courtesy
is riot a joke. It possesses real merit. It "is an effort- to
replace national boorishness with, universal courtesy.
' v And courtesy sincere and informal is a big business as
well as a social assets No business can long survive iscourti
.esyor even disregard of courtesy. The "Thank you" league
renders timely and valuable service. - ' ' "
Czccho-Slovakia is difficult to spell and defies pronoun-
ciatlon. It is limited in territory but looms in. intelligence.
She is not known for her wealth but she sets her European
Fliers a line example by paying her dcbt5fwmout unncces-
rary delay or quibbling., v . " i
, n'ME KEDCCTIOX OrPOsHD
: ; : w York, Oct 2 2.-( By as-
E'm f t ctt press.) Although Tres
i ! . i John AI Ileydler. today gave
is .-purport to-an earlier major
ated by j
league closing date advocated
high commissioner K. M. Landis.
the National league executive op
posed a reduction of the154
fgamps schedule1dlfD games'.
Helen Rinehart and Ermine Duff
Songs of Today and Yesterday -
RJCE & CADY;
The Original Orpheum Comedy Stars
RAY & ELDERT
SfSfl!tti'St ".IN f. !'
rA RURAL ODDITY
jA"DAY LN TIIE
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FASHION; FQt LIES
The Big Revue of Styles, Songs, Steps
SALKSl'S AMVKKSIKVt PALACE
I FOU THE ENTIRE FAMILY "
Always a. Big
Greatest . .
f- " "
Phone for food arid Save Time
We are glad to extend credit to all who are worthy of
credit. But regular and prompt payment is necessary for
we have to pay our accounts promptly. Your credit and
our credit is good if we keep it so. -
Specials for Friday,
Saturday etnd Monday
That good old Hard Wheat Flour that has stood the test.
Sold under a money back guarantee if not entirely satis
factory. . . , .
j '. . " . .' r . ... ;. . ; . ' V .
49 lb. Sack $2.19 , Bbl. $8.60
10 lbs. for
-a ,Vk i
Fancy Tender New
Pack Peas, 6 tins
New Pack Tender
... 9 lb. bags
C. MEppley Co.,'1900 State St, Phones 118-93
Wiggins'& Wiggins, Salem Heights, Phone 75F3 -W.
H. Clark, 2290 State St., Phone 6t0 : ;
D. L. Shrode, 705 S. Twelfth St., Phone 9
' J. C. DeHarpport Co., 605 S. Nineteenth St, Phone 1286
Roth Grocery Co., 134 N. Liberty St., Phones 1885-1886-1887
Lehman Grocery, 190 S. Commercial St., Phone 305 .
River Road Grocery, 2395 N. Front St., Phone 494 ,
Foster & Baker, 339 N. Commercial St., Phone 259 ;
Pickens & Haynes, 456 Court St., Phones 256-257, f.
A. Daue & Sons, 1003 S. Commercial St., Phone 935
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