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' I , ' "' 'May,) ja ikr .sj ia -
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. 1 ZZST. iluiiuxn & iuvwTii-fvf v"-; JIl.IL
I MNEWS BRIEFS
(CenUnaedfroni pa 5,
much attention. Thw wheel will
1 topjtedat 6eclocJcj Saturday
evening: snT the: cyclometer will
be unsealed and the' number ,of
roUes registered iriy be jpoated in
the window. ,As jsoon as the .win
nera. are -determined, the names
will also bo .po6led.r jT0 "the one
arriving closes at the v correct
number bt jufles' bleycle wnV b
given .tree." Credit' slips will be-
given, as outer prizes. , , t
Yes, We've Ck Jt-
"Knee Deep in- Daisies," by Jack
Smith" Stiff Furn Co. : ; .dJ9
' FcrrlAre Innpeetcd ;
. Members of 'the . barton county
court' yesterday inspected ,the f eis4
ries operating oa.tha,,wuIajnett;
Buena 4Tat4Uioth 4.ha:ierc
found-to be In 'need of repair itl
thongijhey ':jrq. probab
tinue to opemeunttl spring, b
fore" cangeV are madJ'TeT
dependenee ferry la how operated
16 hours" "a daf ana" la" free . until
10 o'clock. It Is operated by elec
tricity and Is 65 f eet nr length
'v, i, .-'f .... .
Showed Gfven- 1 '.' ' -. ,V 1 ' "
JMrs-'Dan: Geiser was hostess' at
a delightful shower rparty given
at het borne at Oak,treet Sit
verton,. honoring her -cousin;' Mias
Bertha Eaherhart of Portland; who
Is A.gtfeat it'Tthe -CefaerT home
.Miss -Eaberha tliixio Sh bride?
tha near flftnret r tdlorVscTxenle
of green and, gold was used about
the oom;.:.Gliest.wefe un. A.
Schaar, Mrs;' SamTStortz, .' Mrs.
George " EKoa.Mravred.,,Krngi
Mrs.AlvIn Krug.-MrtwC. A. Dick
er. freest. Miss Autographed Copies Sent
Mabel Warner. Mrs. F. Kaiser. V i i K u 'in i
Mrs; HrKuenxi; Mrjee Kueniii .University. "In Memory
a eie pi
Mrs; John Harina!,Mjr8-V. 1 Brnn-
ner, Mrs, F. Brazier and Miss Nova
Battmgactuer . of Sa!em ' ;
of a Happy Day"
Fnmltore Vpholsteiy ' .
v. And . .repairing.;; , Clese-Powera
Furniture company; I v JliOtf
Thanks to be-Extended
Tbe saltniitoUrlsnB at -tbelr
moslr -to extend', aa padded Tote
of thaalcstt3n!rf4C.E,'Jackson of
Portland. hex, , recent ; address
oaeian. eore tne jocai; cwn.
and arherrajn.;brlnging lanta
Clans -to Salem for- the children
Eric Butler,: aecffetary Tot fhe
Salem Rotaxlans, read -a" latter to
the member at their luncheon yes
terday announcing that the ladies
Of Portland ' Rotary" will give a
charity ball Friday evening; Dec.
11, at the Portland 'Elks temple.
The all, an. annual affair,; Is said
to be one of tb: most important
events'on the calendar of the Port
land Rotary club. Salera members
were invited ttf aftehd'. "
: Si t- FT ! . I
II H lit '
TTFR will bftfey vokcriVou
8 once and' fpralktime nd
yourself of tho$e: annoybxt. oncomlcartr
able and dangerous PltUS and other
Rectal ard Colba aihncbts. MY FREE
Off- eaacBoo2 elli" of y"tmqnaTlaed
WRirrEN GUARANTEE) core yoer
PUea without a Jiospttal etrgical opera
lion. otrfund your fee. Kaay perianal
IpMt lire Uo contained therein prov-
-r - it2ow I harCMeft back
fbc 1 icw Year Happy jd Wfl.
Ser4 .for cy ftoolc; JODAT.
H .ct-tA W VtM PWHI
fir D.n BujlBinj . SO-WZ Sfc-Jw
ew- crjli ku. .w-yj
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; .UNIVERSITY, OP 6 R E G ON,
Eugene; Dec. 9. (Special.) ."In
memory .of . a. happy r day, la Ore
gon's classic-; halls,"- Edwin Mark-
ham. Oregon's natire .poet, has
given; to. the. University of Oregon
library two, autographed copies of
his most' famous poems. -
fTbe two poems, Tbe-Man With
the Hoe" and "Llncpthe Man
mv 4 ovytyt nm IO 11BIUCU 11U
placed 4a the Oregon collection. r
Interest in extension ' division
courses,. indicated by the 53 per
centj Increase Jn the, number Com
pleted so. far; this year over the
same, period In 1924. is shown by
a, report of Dan-E. Clark, assistant
.director., -r 'V-. - .-..-n
; f Five . hundred and " fifty-six
Courses have been completed this
year, as compared with '432 foi
ls 24. Enrollment in the extension
division shows a 13 per cent in
crease, Dr.' Clark announced.
ofdfifrio "gWSTjacb. 'SUlyMlndlvid.
uaf Instruction. ' - '?rJL-n ;-!:
Gordon Ridings all-sUte g'oard;
Scotty; MUtfgau;, all-state guard,'
formerly of ugene" high school ;
Jqe ' allyi' guard and; Keith Eni
mona,f orward," both qf wb,b were
members of the mythical alt-state
second team of-last, year i. Ted
Tetx, all-star forward of-jRIdge-field,
Washington, are among, the
players-with good records.'. ...- ;
Great things are xpected of
Hummelt who, is a star "tiiHrft
man.- .'- . rfiV ;.
IE VISIIS SEEM
Buy Yoar Chpfce'of- "
'Davenports on our monthly pay
ment plattJ Hamilton, 34aCotrt
st ' . ' " ' ',. dlO
Althoagh no outside guests will
be' tnvltetl- to. the campus, plans
are already under way' for Junior
week-end atr the" University of
Oregon.. Ralph W. , Staley, Port
land, has been - appointed., general
Coach ''Spike'.' Leslie, .Ore-
l T!ii- a o n !.
' " Fundamentals;" :
UNIVERSITY OF O R IS G O N.
Eugene, Ore., Dec. 9. (Special-)
ne freshman from Saleml Clay
chairman for the evert, which willilAndaker, Is among the 43 first
be neia May j ana 8. . - .,:. I year men who are ttalrr practic
ing under : Coach' "Spike" LeslW
DlTorre Is Granted ; , . .ilfor the frosh auintet..
: ' James E. Bailey was gTanted a . Although: a larger : number of
divorce from Bertie; M. -Bailey In! men are expected to turn out next
thw circuit court yesterday. They
were married in- saiem 4s April
1914, Cruel and Inhuman treat
ment was charged by the plaintiff.
Mlndt Readbig-- ' "
-Charles Archerd. chairman' 6t
the" education committee- of the
J Salem .r. Rotarlana,- condacied - a
mind reading hour at' the club's
luncheon "Wednesday. ' HecUed
upon various membets of the-club
term. Coach Leslie has divided the
squad Into two sections, and I
teaching his. men the fundamen
tals of the game. New coaches
are to. be obtained next term,
when more freshmen turn out, In
4 J 4.i.X in o t v -
to sit in the chair in front of him.
and. proceeded to. "read their
minds." He found" that' the secre
tary was thinking some of the
members, should ''kick., through
with their ;'dues," 7-Other heads
were found to-be in normal con
dition until v. r. Bisnop was
called. "At your age. I am really
surprised at you!! was Archerd's
brief comment upon reading Bish
op's mind:- ' : " " r "'
Free to Radio Fans
DIXXER COXCERT -
6-KGW (491) , Portland
- EXTEBTAIXMEXT.H : .:,
6-11 KIIJ (405.2), Ix An
geles. 6-6:30, Lelghton's or
chestra; 6:30-7:30," : history
story,' Prof. Hertxogr Dickie
Brandon and Joyce . "Coadi
screen starlets;' Uncle John;-8-10,
program, VTrees'!1 10-
llr Hickman's dance orches
tra. . . . f ( l:
6:15-11 KXX (336.9), HoUy.
.wood.. 6:15,. ttavel talk;
6:3.0-7, radio orchestra; 8,
.Way Watts and hiskelele;
;H. h. Crockett,.: baritone, and
others; 8:9,, courtesy pro
gram; ib-il, .West's; dance
"12 KP W B (252), HoUy
. .wood. 1, "PlaBtic. Surgery,'
Pr..T. Floyd, Brpwn; 'K
microphone brevities; 7:30
8," Ruth .Lee. . pianist and
blues 'slnger;i, 8-9," Hoily wood
Rhythm Kings; . Estelle
Shake, blues'" stager; ' 9-10,
Sol Hoopll's Hawaiian -Trio;
Asblev sisters. 'vocal ueta:
10-11. frolic, .direction. Char
lie Wellmanr 1112, Kal
stead's orchestra. ', " " f
6:40-11 KfO (428.3),' Sari
Francisco. 6:40-7, Lind's or
chestra; 7-7: 30, Seiger's or
chestra ; 8-9, a- play. Pacific
Coast Radio players; .'9-1,
studio program; 10-11, Jack
0-10 KFJR (263), Portland.
"Songs and Melodies of Yes
Mr. Page Was General Sec-
retary of Salem Y Away
Back in Nineties
7:30 KGW (491.3), Portland.
Police, weather, markets,
7:80-8:15 KFJ (203), Port
land. Boy Scout story. '
TALKS . .
7:45 KGW (491.5), Portland
8:15-8:30 KFJR (263),. Port
land. "Listed and Unlisted
.Ll-hrouffiri nenpp-o-cope , u
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ClASSlFIED ; SECTION
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W. C. Paige was a'Salem visitor
yesterday, after 29 years. r He was
being shown around., town by
Prof. W.-L-Staley,-president -of
the Salem Y. M.. C. A .board of
directors. . : .
I -Mxv Paige was general secretary
of the Salem 'Y", two years, from
l8H!tp489,. At the same time.
he, was 5 physical -director, boys'
work, secretary, to., etc. .-He was
nearly the whole, thing. The Sa
lem "Y" was then located up
stairs in the building of the Sa-
em Hardware company.
Mr. 'Paige went to Houston,
Texas,-from Salem, where he was
general secretary for 12 years.
Then he went to Kentucky; was
at Henderson five years, then at
Louisville and New Albany, and
then -in the state work of Ken
tucky";, spending in all 17 years in
Now. he is in the National Coun
cil of the "Y". He Is, traveling
over;' the . country;" headquarters
New, York, but home in .Houston,
Texas. Went to .the new work
last , month..
MiC.Paige was married in Louis
ville, and there is a son taller
than his dad, and a daughter bet
ter, looking; though he is himself
a handsome -man--, - -
For Htm '' -" :For Het- " ? ' TFor Home -
: FANCY X3TAS PACKAGE CA15TIE8.
ad bulk ndie. Cijar and many other
thlBfs. The Ae. -
. STUDENTS TKCNK9 Wih Moth
proof cdr nnitax Mx Buren, 179
X." Com'l, 81b. - -
TOILET SETS la ilk lined gitt ts,
wonderfully ttraetWo iet for S8 to S35.
Tyler's Dw - Store, 1W 8. CommercUl.
i- . - -..-..-
DOS'T'.PU22LK yonr head or tiro
roar foet looking for that Chrittnaa
preient for "her.,r ' Let ths SKop-o-tcope
how it to yoo in tew minatoa time.
CHRISTMAS1S the timo of food "cheer
.t ntnrmeH in the orODtr frame of
mind hy doing your ' holiday: shopping
the Shop-o-scope way.
FOR SCHOOL B
LnOBAaE Steamer trunk, wardrobe
trunki. auit caaea and handbag. A large
itork for -ou to lelect from. H. W Stiff
THE VtibfL' who' gel flat feel and
flat wallet during the holiday hopping
aeaaon are the one who never thougnt
of using the snop-e-eope.-
nrvis WISELY ive well gie
thoucht to the Shop-o-eope: before you
give any Chrietmae peent
trtv film withnut the eirer is hare.
t. a nA nftin tha riTer is bare of
gif ts untfl he remembers -to consult the
. St. Helens Lumber ..and. piling
ahlpmenta for third-week in Oc-
tober. totaled 3000.000- feet.
xvsfl T1tr)S.: Rneeial ten cards
48c or fir 10c card 48e; 15s ear er
8 for 25c The Aee. v : .
MANICCRB - KOLL-UP8--AU guaran
teed toerrtandue. An ideal gift , .!
ladle. Price from 5 to $15. Tyler's
Drug Sto-e, 157 8. Commercial.
LADIES HAT BOXES the new and
convenient luggage, noreity. upeeiauy
priced. 6.90. Hii- U. JJuren, ! ;.-.
Com'l, SalemJ. - - - . -
RTTf-rRV You will find many articles
iultabl for Cbtlstma -girt" mt Q'rry.
Flower vases, bowl, console , elec
tric lamps, , book-ends and many otners.
H. :lu Stiff Tum Iture Co. ;
i PEKTCME' ATOMlZKItS Jmported;
good fluaHty; rubber bulb. A rn-ttst
will win appreciation. fl SO' to 2.00.
Tyler Drug Store,- 157 S. Commercial.
MOUNT RAINIER, with Mirror Lake
in the foregrtmnd, a wonderful xeflectTou
nlxtrra -hT lAnkietter. ra saw ntru. wu.
O. Buren. 179 N. Com'l. Salem, Oregon
. m rrxtv CTMiTfT AT.TY RHOP 453
AA BJ. '
Court St.. there is on dispUy a xuie
i: . i...j.MJ.'hM'kwrekiMS. wnder-
" - --- -- ,. .
wr and ribbon novelties. ... ur
something new Sanosone DisemiM
tor .which are use a .-deodoriser in
home, offioe or theater. -
TV'S TME DECORATIONS Bella,-
tinsel car, tinsel ribbon, esltj ete. Th
" TITRXITURE Any tsieceef furniture
makes an idesl Caristma gift. . Com, ia
and shop around. - wril k f U4 to aisict
H. I Buff Furniture j;o. .
THE" BHOP-O-SCOPE I
Christmas cievry - since
a it today! J
TWA8 THE SIOHT before Christmas
December Sett, te be exet--ii4 every
eking In the hooA w bulging with
l.xlid - rift - selected ; through the
splendid ' gifts
vmrfcU RTriHTl '.'.There' abolately
no" substitute or the 8ho-e-eope theae
busy buying daja.. IV read by-all wise
PHONOGRAPas make Ideal Christma
- . J.I Vl.WU. ...
Clfts. We nave many raouri khv
Brunwiek t reduced prMea. Gf
for the family and hve, tne "w0-"
want the year around. K. L. Stiff Fura-
htnM-Ce.-w.-' - "" : "
' PAT STOCKINGS without thin pocket
books f That's easy do your Christma
buying through the- Shop-o-soope. "
"The Victory", Play by Ad
vanced Class Is Feature
The McKInley Latin club met
Monday evening with over 30 of
its members present. A program
of unusual interest was given, the
main feature being a play en
titled. "The Victory," given by the
boys of the advanced class. Lar-
kln Williams played the' part of
Gala, a .Roman matron. Marcus,
the son of Gaia, was Ray Lafky.
Pyrrhus. a Greclanking, Maxey
Langford. Soldiers, Cbesley Camp-
.-After the program, games were
J' elajtedLand refreshments served-
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Klamath and Multnomah
Courtties in Lead With
$9,233 and $9,386
SALEM. Ore., Dec. 9. (Spe
cial.) Klamath county assessed
fines in the amount of $9233.50
for liquor law' violations during
the months of August, September
and October, according to a re
port prepared by Will Levens,
state prohibition commissioner,
for the consideration of Governor
Pierce. Fines .collected in ,Klam
ath county during the period cov
ered In the report aggregated
During the same period fines
were imposed in Washington
, . . - r
MAYTAG Permit the STaytag itoelf Ho
prove its unequalled helpfulness by
f wt.' w :Tt,n if it doesn't SELL
IT8ELP, -don keep iu W will 'r
Mavtae richt. to., your borne. - Ine
V.rt. Kheo. le South Higfc Street.
county totaling-$5700. ui mw
amount there, was paid $4,590. . .
Pines - imposed la y Umatilla
county aggregated $4&z&, wun
$5444.50. paid into, the courts; by
the defendants. '
The aggregate fines imposed In
Multnomah county were $9386.
Of this amount there was paid the
amount TOf $3776. .
"After making the above pay
ments." continued the, fepprt,
''there still remains in, the. hands
of ' Burt vE... Hawkins, .'.sheriff . of
Klamath county, the amount of
$1294.03 as his portion of the pro
hibition fund and the amount of
$2720.33 in the hands of E. L.
Elliott, district attorney of Klam
ath county, as hisjportion of-the
fund. " ; ' . V
VThe district attorney's office
4 Gargle with warm salt water
then applyvet throat
A - FINELY WOVEN TAPESTRY in
mellow colors. my be hung en the wall
riving distinction to the Other furnh
ings. Max O. Buren, 179 N. Com'l, 8a
vnnWt tell how hard a man
is working by the noise he makes.
of Klamath county has been meet-.
ing practically all .the iekpensea of
the law enforcement division, and
the expense for the month of No.-.-
vember, .which should be deducted
from the above, will amount to
approximately; $700." .
&4 hours, tThcy check fever and grippejtop
beadaebcopen, the bowel, tooe.tbe entire
system. And witLgjt the ill effects of toott
tTOtments. .4 ' ' A
They contain in the finest form aD that is
necessary. . ,; .;
Then don't take chance. Gettbeeemrine.
And don't delay. The sooner you take Hill'
the quicker they act, AH druggist sell Hill'
Be Sure Its m Price30c
Get Red &-r02lwlti pwtratt
-i-pXIB rnan with a saVinga'account
Vj X-5 usually saves , for. a dete
- purpose-- home a business of his
own, a fund for old age. Wliat's
Stete Savings & Loan
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Chas. VtpeV Oeaieral Jlanajces
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a, . 1 - a wwvm . v. ts. .
Al.l s I lie r,I at lrM KAK H.fii'l , ' S
, . . 1 . - Bhould :
link Iho Future of Their Children
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Juvenile or Educational Trust Fund Policy '
they make, their-college training sure,
at a nominal cost . ', !
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