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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1926)
TOE OHEGOJi STMESM AN; SALEM; OREGO?T : ;
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; : StiNUXY MORNING;' JANUiAEY" 102G;r
ttev.. If Kyxvr. RegularlXor
i - c;Tna9i .Jfcaa -xoaajrs .Narrative
-ok:- &m&o$i c?r com?
ing!" 4 Shouted the chllr al
most; to" pfte breath.1 f VJ
Me. Liyich was late that dafand
the postman" had'Jogt"brooghtJ
"O yl mflst tidy uj all jhlg
roods, said Jan o--;.-....- .
"And I must tie-up that ramble
by the. ifoot porch,?, .said :James..
"It has been hanging for a long
time and needed attention." "
"And rilash tb.eaf chimed
in Bendi i&: Wfcied
up about' the ;yardjbltv v ' :: ;
So everybody "waabu8yV -Each
one at the job as "anticipated, sJad
mother ' began baking and plan
ning, for -"yes lie-tstronin grin the
morning, fcfte MadTfeafd riamfln-
ished tbe4ietter-r WTbal time ;bt
preparation -and - everybody - bur
rying as mach. a .possible. '
But who was it that as com
ing? . "Who, but Grand-daddy Hi-
son Xm And -Grand-daddy Vva&aaca
a prec ,Bfticnd-Bpanajpejf
mue oiq man wno cp4-Bot-a
dure having things untidy,, though
he tras- the jolliest "and happiest
old man they erer knew. . -
As . soon as breakfast was over
thelneUnornTng; Dad drove 6ff
in the nicely, washed, car to the
station I to bring , Grand-daddy
while the lam Uy put the finishing
touches-, j to everything. James
had waieIthe fiotrrs and? Jane
had polished the piano and moth
er had; rows of pies on the shelf
and .fresh new bread coming, out
of the-oven in an -hour. It a little
-while, Dad came back, with Grand-
i ered - by a state law rather than a
city law. .S
i There afe, those In, the council.
howeverr that feel the council Is
morally bound to keep its word,
whether legally," compelled to do
so or not. t
daddy, v The.cbUdren watching
shouted. AHere'he conies.abft'
ran out to meet bini with a great
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welcome, anq mncn aao.
Wbeb: Granddaddyibad i finiah-
the Wilson famUy-bad hail such fer3;01' Peasants hare abandoned
a, good time, that thejr decided It I inir-riwopwriy uttruuwums
iTW . i lonta the railway dvkes or high
The river Becht has be-
the region around
VAST FLOOD PERILS
ous places and many small - farm-
would i!he fine to keen thinaa al-lOBtot
way m- "apple-pie" order . and- Bfunau-
else wkq should come
i Always, someone is coming.
What if it were the 'president, of
nr r.runfl-rfarMtr r,r gB nntt I 8UD I lO BPOQ
tbe JJi i:ed States. Tor ft 'member
prince consort are traveling
I through the flooded' regions, 'their
o hiscablnet, or. the governor of I boat being followed toy. a second
the stfite ; or a ;great .leader of J boat being' loaded , with foodstuffs
rnni,, feeneral.; a! teachas .or .a
preacbEjr, or -someone whom .we
deligbt to boqor? How we would
like to" be , reaylj Some one 'IS
coming;' Sbm4'one who is. great
er 1 tnaik the king, or. even Wash-
mgton jor Llmroln, otMiic CoeJJdgeU
or ir rrierce.v p as coming
again, -and Jt may be' today or to
morrow tnat ne" comes to yom
house and ' to your heart i "Will
He find" a welcome? WilV things
be In irdert He 'will not be pleas-
Hessneis. He-will' be pleased It
we are glad to welcome Him-
'Andf now I think I have: come
to thef real motto formr etoryr
It is the Boy Scout motto : Be
preparled." That is one" of the
best : niottoes -1 know as we enter
the new yeaf. If we make' all'
preparation we can, then we will
not bo taken by surprise,' no mat
ter when this greatest of guests
may apm.e for'ths great guest is
the obe .who: said; "I will come
and abide with you.'" It is Jesus
who iU the best gHiest. -
for distribution. Premier 53otylm
and several " other ' ministers-- are
touring r. the distressedb dlstrrcts,
also to learn bow best to afford
help. I ' ! M I . '
Flames Mysteriously Shoot
, Out of CoJd Water Pool
.. SEATTLE Flames which
shoot high in the air from a pooU
of cold, salty water, In GTeen riv
er canyon. ;36 miles ; southeast of
Seattle, are attracting much at
tention. ; ' ; : .- ' .
I Water in the pool, vwhieh is
about six feef .in diaraeier,. some
times sings almost out of: 6lght.
Then it rises, troubled ' with 'the
gas nassing through it5 If a light
ed match is thrown in Vhile it is
urbulent. lire arises. '
, ,At tMe the eruptlonK are par
tlculariy volenl, throwing out
rocks n sending flanes. 190 fet
high. ' At rare Intervals the gey
ser, iaibj to wolk aCalLf These
variations have not been iexplain
ed. - ;v i' ' " - '. ' .
1 As shorj . distanee rpm..4ke,f gey
seiri flames play ior two-wrirek at a
time Ver- the water- whlcbh bubbles
npiitween rocks in s stream. Al
though the water in the geyser
pool is salty, and contains many
minffrtLiaJ rt is with In ten feet of
perfectly fresh brook.. Sulpburj
wad fresh water springs areutouaa
nearby fy-j i ' --'
' iThis phenomt-aon Is aear the
bairk 'of preen river, from which
Taroma gets Us ater supply. Al
though rumors ot "water that
burns" bad been snread by In
dians and hnntef s f)ie place was
inaccessible untii a road was built
in last year. .
Helium Gas; Wew Factor v -in
Deeji Sea Diver Jest
..WASHlNGTpJSu - FHiaesyts
w(th heliumtbp rn-iBflamabU
Inert gas used 1ft Inflating navy
dlrtgibles hoUT promise p' increas
ing the depth to which divers may.
descend and', of . decreasing the
danger from pressure,; to"diTTSi
Hear Admiral J. D..Buret chief
fs the navy ! bureau" of construe?
tion and repaif. said today. f hik
4 Experiments are ;beln eonducU
ed to. reduce the dangerous effects
f rpm the obsorptun pi nitrogen by
the blood- in deep sea .diving.
These Indicate, it. waa said, that
' mixture of helium and eiygen
may permit thf diver to descend
safely to greater deaths tlian have
hitherto been reached s, and; may
also permit a more f rapid ascent
rrvi '' T-"1
wit ho u t danger to- it hdive r.- f
i Other Vinvei4ibBs reportfedn-1 ja Japan: Said KUtritiOU !
rtuiie a rescue ' breathing aDDar- T f '"'T " .T. , i v - . 5
elude a ..rescue bnathing apar?
atus and .a .nlinp. iwVeep; yope; ;q
chambers -haV tbeeji constriicte4
ja$ .th: "T$wYdr and Jtfare ?Iind
navy yards.'; for'auf newt tyjfe of
oxygen: rescue" breathing ' appara
tus" initial J'.pli"Whlch bjtve
been - issued-, to tbeicvessela f the
; TOKY0vSeweed la Japan i
a, dinnei; delicacy-t-tpr, the JapanV
ese.-. In" fact, t-the : barvestingr ofi . .
seaweedIs pne of Japan's lar'g
industries. 7-K ' - p" $ .
:-a Of the .many species '. of." tbgj
T domestic ypet" testa. of..whlch
liXe Indicated tna.-n may Drove
super ,.ia tne;,.priib aerrate4
wire-rope . hitherto - used for ? mine
.Sometimes! a maau uses hJs f g
boranco ' - so i skillfully that f he
makes rapneyoiit of' ftk "; ; " :J
i : ,. . -K
J vr -g- , i i fir
,'. PortIandTw6 steamers taking
.W.M.feet of lumber ' fron
Seaweed IsTable DeHcaoyj V
s f. r -. -,
Mill MMIlHlllllh.il J'" ll i M. i
of? the; sea, Ttbe-i Japanese Tangft;
(lminarja janonica) - Is mosl
popular Tjecat of'it flavor anV
refreshing taste, -This weed grow
abudantiithe cold sea: of?
Hokkaido- and i harvested duttn ;j
the summer months. - The ye'alx
harvestpft IIpkaidpaloneHs esti.
psated ; at 20 0,0 (tQ O 0 pounds, a i
, 'Whlle. thja waweed Is relatlverjf
cfeeai Qjl,:chcnlsU- claim It M
very nutritious- and. contains m u'cb, .
f "TiUmine-iAi'?,- $be,food elemfefit
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Free lo liadio Fans
10:15-12.00 KGlV (401J5), Port
lands Morning senricq from the
qhurch of Our 'ather (Unitar-
ian)Vltev, W Gj Eliot, minister.
7;25-lO.0O .KCiWi: (4I01J5), Port-j1
land. v 7: 25-.f service from
First fresbyterian church, . Dri
-: It;"h!f-Bowmafl, pastor; 9-loJ
. fjjphpny; orchestrar x "
7:0Q-S:va kxx !3:tU Holly
wOod. Cal. : First Presbyterian,
.v cbuTch .i-'lr- '
7:l5-I0:O KJB (aHl.4), Seattle.
First ME. church. - 5
7:00-11:00 KFI (407), Ixs Avh
; Kles.-i Cal., Organ, recital ; ..8,
t: lassie? hobr,- Mary .Christine AI
lbinJtrlo ; e Ysabel" Bdw"enr ...so-
pro-.9,progra,m; ; 10, Bill
llcnnes3y and Chat Mittendorfj
d rrwtbr;- Dick BaTtoo.. sololatj
9:00-41 ;0O. KFAYBL 252)HoUy
; wood,! Warner 1 Brothers movie
frtic California;Blue 2 Boysjj
; Kmma. Kimmel, soprauo; Pesty
Mathews, blues singer- I '
K:00-10:00 KPI (42HJI),' San
Francisco, : CaL. 6-S:30, Und
orchestra; C ; ; 54," cobcfrl
- j orcJiestra,'Cyrua.Trobbp. direc-
tor ' cohert' orchestra
i Cyrus Trobbe,iidirector: ".1 8: ,.
" lOSelgerVs orthestraT -T':-
:IO-10:OOFK1IJ (405). Los An
gelesjT Cat' i30:7, rLeightoqV
orchestra j 77:5 Frst Metb
odist Episcopal church; S-IO;
sacrifices," ordered .the' payment
of 2b0,000 to Oeneral Lafayette,
and aj' grant of land, "in any bf
the -unappropriated; lands of the
Unlte States." GeneraL Iafayetto J
ana ins uirs, ine juiier snaring in
the gMant,- jehosp a section, in the
northern part of Florida; just east
of v Taillahassce. ", , . , J .
' The tablet t bp placed on the
La fayiette" grant is one of, three to
be affixed to the monument.' Th.e
other itwo will be used in connec
tion 'with Ihp meridian arHinj;,,
: Th'fj' Lafayette - grant, Jias Jong
since (passed Into the hands of prt
vate pwners; There is a natural
Vmonument" to the distinguished
French isoldier still there, how-
A Sale of Far-Reaching Magnitude! Salem's Largest Ftiw
ing House offers an Entire Stock (rt G&wmfr j NUW
for Lower Prices! Now for better HdmesT f " v ;
The sole exce
ption is a very small quantity of contract merchandise whkh the manufacturer oocs' not;-permi-us to rfdUH: W.i'f&fl t? ,
It is Lake:
'STREET ' BlUI "!u
SIGNED BY MAYOR
(ponimaed from pk 17)
n-tftb tPTttsrBopTanp ; Jo.bit Mari
tin,; concert-plain Ist..
Tabret-to-Mark Land Grant
Originally Givea LafayeUe
TALLAHASSEE. Fla. An echb
of an historic Incident was heard
here when a report was submitted
to the- legislator 4n preparations
for the. placing of w tablet 'at the
son th west eorner of" a section f
land granted' by Congress to Gesh
' era! Lafayette ln'1824.,K. 1
- The property- tnterseetien ;i 'is j
just outside Tallahassee - and la
ou the - identical . spot where Ja
inonumejit Jias been placed, mark-!
ing the Florida ,merldian. 4;
. AccprdiDg ',Jtbt historical data,
Congress, on December i24, 1824,
meetings.' ' The, entire, site can bp
purchased for 6500. ' r
; ' On y( reason for' putting off the
-purchase hds ' been 'that the I city
has no funds available. To this,
residents near the cite save ' of
fered! to adrance the money neoea
sary. (for the payment, if the city
-will declare-itself.' - '"
' 'It p said that Kay, could divide
the jadditlon into lots! and sell
the site for three or four . times
J a much as the price i he is mak
ing thp city. Thjs matter,' It is
belieyed,' Is to be" definitelj- settled
Monday .night. ' " : ' 'f
'' The old dramatic- .poem- of
BroWning's "Pied Piper is, faintly
hioted at in another, problem to be
presented. Crf C.i Ferguson of New
berg is seeking to collect a J 500
Irpward offered by .the-, city coun
cil some years ago for-the-arrest
and jconvictioa of a Mr. Sloat, i
sexuil pervert, wh6 had commit
ted ah outrage in' Salem, ;-!'. :v
' Ferguson gave the information
that tied tb jjtbe j arrest :anid cpaVicr
tfon.jj Soon after. the city attor
ney ave, the. opinion that the' city
was. $0 legally, boudd to - pay. the
reward, as the -qffense. was"; coy-
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iV": City Property Salesman.
v; Farm Property Salesman
ExchanVe Salesman j
YOU MUSTj H AVB A CAR j r:
Opportunity for 'Adtanccment
We Hae'Sbqd Exchange ;!
OUR OWN OFFICES IN
PORTLAND AND SALEM
' Average salesmen develop into $300 a
-r , rxiorith men under our; system ,
Sce'Mlrr..jGaskilI. personally, Parker
Kcally company, 40&409 United State
National lJank Iildiw Cornrncrcial at! ;
Stale. -Telephone ZZlS'Salera,. Orctjon.: j '
Offered Now at January Sale Prices!
Evry rug new.' Every rug first quality in color and weave. We carry no
imperfect rugs for sale purposes. .Every riig right in our regular stock.
Choose here your rugs at lowest prices of the year.
$ 1 35.QO extra , quality Wilton Rugs, 9x 1 2 feet, woven
from worsted yarns; High pile, Very handsome .$9&50
$8S,00. and $90.00' all wool Wilton Rugs, 9x!2 feet,
fringed or bound edge at ....... i. $68.50
$47.50 Axminstet Rugs, 9x!2 feet . 538,50
$67.50 seamless. Axminstej Rugs 9x 1 2 feet, Oriental and
Conventional f designs :...y...;...i $59.25
$3 8. 5.0, Ael vet Rugs 9x12 feet heavy quality, fringed-or
bound edges ......t. : $28.95
$4.50 Axminster Rugs size 27x54 inches $3.95
All wool fibre and wool Tapestry Rugs 9x1-2--feet
at . . . ; ..s:y.::i;...x....: $21.85
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AlMarnpsticks, shades and table .lamps complete. Priced
" to sell from 25 to 33 1-3 discount N
v , We Leading Superior Yalue-tiiving in
furniture for the'liiving Room
You will find here the newest-r-tha heat and the largest stock by, far in
all the city.' January sale prices now on.evcry piece every suite.
Jacquard Velour Overstuffed ..Davenports, taupe and
Rose at .!.. J .: $79.50
TaupeMohair Overstuffed Davenport.. i $139150
Taupe Mohair jOverstti f f ed "CHair? t"p match . . ...... a . $6950
Rose .and Taup- oK i icjOnxs ti i EfedJDaven p o rt , rever
sible cushions .:.:$132.b0
Jacquard VeloJ H in four different
' color combinat I. : ; . .......... 73 .5 Q
Tapestry CovelrwTTvtntunecroavenportin good pattern
' Brown Denim paverqd Overstuffed Da venport at $59150
In Alt the rcHt Pign f c
Three piece bed room -suite in wlniit, . consisting bf ;Hed
chiffonier .and dresser. An $S1 value' at..v-..:.$o950
n Four piece bed room suitecorjisistihg Q
fonier arid chair . ..j ..; - :.-rri;.;::
ror and bench
Walnut bow-foot bed,.full sSer-dreng tIe trifnu
Single. Pieces, fbr iheewf&ifeH
: V,' .., " ;?v . w.
Opportunity to select a needed piece, or iwo at a eat savT-
$27.50 Dresser, Ivory V;. ; . :.t .'. . . . . ! 19,5Q
$2Q.0p Oali Dressig Table ati ::;.;.:;;:;.:f:.; ,....$1X5(1.
$3 7.50; Grey or Ivory Dressing Tabte ; tiriplt mirror $27.50 -
-. Take Advantage Qur:.
WbrtK While, CbnadgrlSg:
Gotton sheet blankets., size 54x74,
AH cotton, blankets size 64x76 mche5:.
IHeeeed-covered-cbtorr blanket -$3u25L
Plaid blankets, size 66x8( inches cbloifsi brown sold and.
lavenaer,. pn.K, diucs (W-;-:4.f; .....$4.15
Twoiii one blankets,kV66x
25;,,REI?lIGTi'OW- QMiLL. HEsSTgfiS
ila?e Towr Selections Vfliile SiMfc Complete. Trade mMoid kr elff
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