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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1925)
THURSDAY MORIIING.'DECEMBEE. 101 923
4 tlui Theatres Toddy
Oregon Esther Balston . War
ner Baxter. Kathl yn , Wllliamg In
"TheBest People" by Avery Hop
wood. . ; v::: I .'-tL
IleUte-"Thunder Mountain." a
tale of lore In the bills of bate.
! Bligh Aileen Pringle in "Wild
fire, drama- of tbe race track.
Silverton Committee Com
posed of.Members From8
S SlVERTO'ec 8-(Special
to The r Statesman. jThe Christ
mas Cheer committee met last
Friday evening ;for "the purpose of
organization" and drawing; plans
for the committee's work. " The
meeting .was called together by the
Lutheran Brotherhood unit of Sil
verton which is sponsoring the
. Prepare a harmless and effective
gargle by dissolving two "Bayer
Tablets of Aspirin" in tour table
spoon fuls of water? Gargle throat
thoroughly. Repeat in two hours
Be sure you use only the genu
ine Bayer Aspirin, marked with
the Bayer Cross, which can be had
in tin boxes of twelve tablets for
few cents. Adv.
in Sore Throat
Beautifully Decorated, Four Shapes,
Regular Price $9. 5 0, Now
A large assortment of shades to match these lamps
at greatly reduced prices.
Bowls. Vasesf Jardiniers
and many other articles of imported pottery priced
. from 5c,to S1.35. Some of these pieces were priced
:-!tO-5e3jTeu N 'x :
i.-Wroujrht; iron ferneries and fish' stands, both have
-J., beautiful large glass bowls. -All priced low 'to close 1
W1NDUS NEWS COMEDY-
j K i MANAGERS' ASSOCtATION.l, Jg
Christmas cheer work at Silverton
for 1925. , . - '-,!--
At the Friday fi'cht meeting Alf
CCJJelson,: president ot. the broth
erhood, was elected chairman - of
the Christmas' Cheer 'committee.
Other officers were Mrs. J.,Morely,
vice president; Walter Fry,: secre
tary, and Clifford Rue treasurer.
- The committee is made up of
the 49 different social, fraternal
and religious organizations .at Sil
verton. It: was agreed that fin
ancial support, should be, bad .by
asking each organization f6fd con
tribution, the amount being volun
tarily decided ujon by '.the-' a sani
tation. Officers, of the committee
were instructed to bring 'the mat
ter before, the various organiza
tions. AA -Grinde was elected to
place contribution ! boxes in, the
three SilrertoVdrug; stores.1 in the
Palm and 'the 'Cozy "confectioner
ies,', and in the pool halls-' The
collection and y d Istrlbution v of
clothing, attdk -other Christmas
packages will be" done .py-'the .boy
and girl Scouts of Silverton.:
Officers of' he committee were
also instructed to issue; a call for
needy' families' within the city and
community. A Committee, to In
vestigate the cases was appointed,
this committee consisting of Mrs.
Frank Morely, Miss Ida Tweeton,
Mrs. Fannie Drake and Chris Nes
The general committee which
consists of a representative of each
Silverton organization will meet
again on December 18 for the pur
pose of completing plans. A great
deal of enthusiasm was shown at
the Friday night meeting and a
splendid spirit of cooperation, with
determination to put the Christ
mas work over big was very notice
GIRL GETS FORTUNE
SEATTLE, Dec. 9. Violette
Matthews, 16 year old school girl,
Was named sole heir to an estate
valued at about $150,000 when
her father's will was filed in pro
bate court here today. The girl's
aunt, Miss Jean Matthews was
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Writes for Magazines, Plays
hpe Urgari and Studies
at the 0AC :
SILVERTON, Dec.. 8. ( Special
to The Statesman.) Jones By
berg, 23. lias decided to devote his
life to inventing. At . present,
working on his" owa inventions.
writing for magasines, playing a
pipe organand attending Oregon
Agricultural colfege are a few of
ine tnrags .be. does. '
Each, week be earni .'a round
trip ticket from Corvalli to Sil
verton. where his home is, "by play
ing a pipe organ" at St. John's
church on Sunday.. He comes to
Silverton each Thursday evening
and on Friday and Saturday he
devotes his time to working in
his shop which is located on his
father's farm, a mile south of Sil
verton. The shop contains forges
and various power machines for
STATE TAX VALUE
FOR 1926 RELEASED
(Continued from pf 1.)'
value of taxable property in each
county as assessed by the county
assessor and equalized by the
county board of equalization. The
second column of figures shows
tne value ot utility property as
sessed and equalized by the state
tax commission and apportioned
according to county ratios.
The third column of figures
shows the total value of property
in each county, including that
equalized by the county boards of
equalization and the utility prop
erties equalized and apportioned
by the etate tax commission:
Baker . . .
Benton . .
Clatsop . .
Crook . .
Curry . . .
Harney . . .
Jackson . . .
Jefferson . .
Klamath . .
Lane . . . . .
Lincoln . . .
Malheur . . .
Morrow . . .
Sherman . .
Umatilla . .
Wallowa . .
Wheeler . . .
Yamhill . . .
Totals . .
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"'From the "Play That :
Rocked New York
' ESTHER RALSTON
it's not dry and boring
' " Krenlng
metal work"," and appliances for I
every kind of wood work- I
Of his inventions the prune and
walnut washers are in tho big.rest
demand. -These machines are sim-
pie in construction. but have" a I
capacity for a large amount of I
work. The prune washer will run Miss Grace Smith; assistant attor
100 bushels of prunes through two ney, general, represented the' state
waters and spread them on trays
in onehour, while the walnut
washer will scrub a ton of walnuts
in an hour. "Those who have used
the machines report that the :do
the workvery well. V T
Mr. Byberg also help's pay" for
his expenses by Writing for science
and mechanfcal magazines. He is
now registered as a special at the
Oregon Agricultural college.
Validity of Law Raising Vej
nicie i ax ou rer tenu
The state supreme court yester
day heard arguments in the man
damus, proceedings tiled by. Clyde
Evans of Portland to test the con
stitutionality of the law enacted
at the last session of the legisla
ture demanding an increase of 50
per cent in license fees for com
mercial vehicles which operate five
miles beyond the boundaries of
any incorporated towns or cities in
Sam A. Kozer, secretary of state,
was named defendant in the act
ion. Mr. Evans demanded, among
other things, that the secretary of
state be compelled to issue a
license for the operation of his
commercial vehicle at a cost not in
excess of that in effect prior to the
. 27,056,417.42 I
spry and roaring
25c . 35c
!J3c 50c '".
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enactment of the law under attack
t "Arguments! in a suit brought Jy
tha state demanding that unclain-l:
ed funds in the. defunct State- Bank
of Portland escheat '.to .the torn-
man school fund also were heard
by the supreme court yesterday.
and' appeared before the supreme
court for the first time today,
WOULD LDnT BAG
BEND. Ore Dec. 9. Unani
mous ' recommenaation tnac ine
bag limit on .uule deer be cut to
one each season was made by the
Deschutes rod and gun club at ,a
meeting here tonight.' .The limit
now. is .two. iuie aeer are iacea
with extinction if no change is
made,; the club declared.
-This lot at one dollar con
sists of various odds in millin
ery. It will pay you to look at
these early while we have quite
a stock of them, yet the values
offered will make them very
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at Their Best
FOB Bull FEUST
Three Have : Been ' Members
" for 45 Years, 17,for30r
and 13 for 25 Years -
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The Independent Order of Odd
Fellows held; their, annual Home
coming -jjlait Bight'; L the. t5dd
FeUows hall. "Judge Burnett gave
the address - of f welcome. ;..T8t
Grand Master J. A. Mills gave the
response, v .V i
- State Grand Master Young, was
EVERY HAT MUST. BE SOLD
REGARDLESS 6 VLUE! -'
Beginning Tomorrow, December 11th
Our regular stock of Hats,
values up to $8.50. This jot
consists of women's felts, etc.,
also children's hats. "A fine
selection from which to. choose
a fall and winter chapeaux.
SATIN AWP METALEIS
In this lot we place our most expensive satin and Metallic
styles received by us less than
more by attending this closing out sale!
WiU Be erbsed Out At "
A SALE OF
GIFT MB1ES lelK
.Why' not. sejectiagif t Robe .'today atthis
; srjecil -pnc?Thesl are made of plain and
- brocaded Couroy of bqst qualit y also Bea
con Bathrobing. A variety .of styles and col
ors,1 including Jade, Old Blue, Rose, -Orchid
etc. ' - -
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present As many.of the' old-time
members were present as were
4ble tottend?" foh6ltoVferhas
been a member, .for.55 -yeara.
Three have,been members for 45
years, a V tait 'io years; and " i 3- for
2 5 years'.' '
Feature of the' homecoming was
a; f -banquet? . Musicj and talks
marked hd teraatadlr ef the prp-
at Grant Grade School
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General vaccination .was held at
the .Grant , grade school yesterday
as result of the school's having
been- exposed to small pox.' Those
pupils - not' wishing J to . submit to
vaccination were extended the op-
tlon ot remaining, away from
linery stock at
sale my entire
hats at prices that will bring about .
their quick disposal; , Everything,... vfV--1
must go lr,: Positively .none.vheld. in v4 -fY,,,
reservife. To women, who need win- p ;".-
ter Jiats ihissale.willbe.-of Vast - Cjffi
there wilF be txy " exchanges,
refunds, no; CO.D's, no- charges- "
it's going to be strictly' Closing ,
out proposition. Early shopping is ;
advised for best choice. .Reitd thetI,
bargains listed below! " 'v-'"' ''
(Signed) Eleanor Swindells
Hats Jin this riot Values to
$ I S.O oV . - A -nperb choice at
Lthis ,low price, i .Be among lha
.first to-choose. -
two weeks ago. Save half or
school three -wetka: s. 1 y
EngleVood. XJarf feld, an thf
Washington portable are th oil '
schools where tnation has not
taken plaee ,inee the opening ot
rJ.hl fvr' tri --ft if H I , 11
Portland Man.Anwted-, ,. .
arrested vHere5ait "night WaV-J
ren fedurda. Vfy tra-frfdSJe
on- failure to dim his tights when
driving on wet pavement. :HeJwaa ,
cited to appear tn .th.e city pol ice'
court todar. v ' v -
Held for Invegalloftl-- i JT V"
. Archie Walker aakins .was ar
rested here -last nighr byr Officer
Olson "afer.'he . U '' sad:to ? iave
caused'", a disturbance -fn 'a - local '
rooming house: He la being1 held
to close aut my' mil- '
once, I will place on
-stock of. riigh grade' .
they are priced sen-
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ur, regular, stock of Pattern
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