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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1926)
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Elinor ..Glyn. starring Lew Cody
; iHelttg WJUiaml Fox presettt
"The: Ancient' Mariner" '.by; Coleri-f
4 ;Biigb Hoot Gibson tn
hitcl Ii I GS ARE SET
; gregations to Gather
S IL V RTON. Ore.. Ian. ;-'5.-H
(fcWOTw iaaBsI , business
meetings of jonns ana ifn-i
iy cefi'g resatiofc re both set "Sori
next; ireek.t St.' Johns cohgregi-i
tfen -wpi hold its annual meeting;
nn WndnMritT bezinnine1' at .1:1:
o'clock, wane , Trinity congrega-!
ton Will- meet on Thursday at ioj
o'clock. It is" rumored that a pe-;
Dr. jM. c. Find ley. Prank JTeredith,
Major J. L, Rose, "Salem Brick &
Tile Co.. Sweet' Briar Iltib," Sam
StamfeaugTi," Giesy-lPbwers Cot, V.
A. Johnson,1 W.;.T.iRif don. v
' "Gifts in kind were sent 4n by
the lliHer Department tore3f rs.
Bailie Bush, D. B.-li. Steevesf and
a host of residents throughout the
city, while -hundreds of . garments
of -f clothing Were collected -from
W$97) hoints nd 4much qf Irfce
same distributed freely among the
needy.,'1 ::-,' . v , '.'"-.,
"The fojlownig is a brief finan
cial report of, the exaire effort': .
,:nJaeomer-rah .donations, by
mail, $195.00; total collection of 1
"Expenditure Total cost of
meat and frvtm tn:$& fami
lies; candy, nuts, fruit and toys,
200 children; meals and lodgings
lo boneless men) j nisceilaseou
(advertising, ilra ielp, ei4,
J7flri.fi?. Balance ; on ' hand,
"Under the policy of. the pres
ent, officers of the Salem corps.
no outside town in Marion county
was solicited, as heretofore, and
the former custom of appealing
tttlnn' ta In circulation" tn rhinte
tjuB imeetins time o Trinity 'icon-l the local merchants in general
grfccatloii from the morning unUt done away. Tp everybody
the evening bf cause so many f helped, we again say Thank
its', members re in 4uinega anT.lX9. Moo mesa yon: - .
the ay. i Vr.V - h 4 "vTfl " Chairman Salvation Army Ad-
! These, two meeiines je attrScLt j yiajry Board.
lag. more attention thaaJ usual as
it is understood that the, question
of changine Tfroxn bi-lingual icrj
ail jEnglish will be brought up
for consideration thij
there are two strong factions n
each, congregation, one foif retaih-i
lag the bi-Ungual toethod -and iM
other for . changing the services
all fnrllik i t i
I frhose who , -argue tor .the tifi new UTnc8rs ;rtre. tfisiauea,
vuane tieports bnow
LmenJ commttefMs alfeadys ayl,t
Iverton Man to Tackle
Place of Gordon McCall,
Who Mbved Away -
S1LYERTON, Ore., Jan. 5.
iSpeeial.) H. J,r , Latham was
elected councilman Monday even
ing to fill the place vacated by
Gordon McCall who has left
The Monday evening meeting
Included the granting of pool hall
licenses to Powers and Heater
f rx A fiKnt anrl ln,niv T t
atraet. ;kettles. ,.lWJ: totaJ4L vJi.. "
insurance on the - f ire truck for
abilities and property damages.
The city made application of in
tersection bonds. ; Another de
cision made was that jto join the
league jdX cities. The league meets
once a , year to tormulate and dis
cuss plans for home Truje.
VVT were built Jy the J Toyweians aaq
thlat M is jnot: tairv, to, take -awt
The all-Eacilsh metibn--elalms
that therej are but 'a '.very t few
who. '.do not uhderstandithe Eng
1Mb language v.wnicA is f auer an,
tlve language of their ; adopted
country, and that the Norwegians
Ves, we wrote -it right the
second time 1926.
j llere'd lioping it will leave you
no wo rue than -it found -you. -
-About 30 people met at Jake
K lew? man's in Honvwood to watrhi
tpjs old yearout. nd .welcome the
tiew year ia. .The evening Was
spent in conversation, . and in
playing games. Oafce sandmHehe!.
coffee and lemonade were served
by t he hostess, assisted v by some
of the other, ladies. Jut afct IX,
tiafproblem f or th&t;ahooi boardi
"Thenext ineetins of, the"SfitMloLj
urpve .community nno viti ne
held Friday! evening Jan. 15, inr
stead of the 8th. The rerreslif
work on plans for a great, ween i
roast. -TChe program commute
nromises a red hot debate on th
question or wnetnerHr-3iO'raaaaieiT: '
Grove shou&J be Mvlded 'into1 ii . and . a Ro8e. (
districts.; ; sd tOjj fiddle Graveaj.
live Inside or ouUide
to taker part.
It is reported that Mrs. F. H.
Knuths has jBpld part of her farm
to" her son-ii-law. Ferdinand Bar
tiith. That makes about the
steenth for - this community this
When' Walter Fandrich drove
SILVERTON, Ore., Jan. 5.
(Special.) -dtarry T Carson, past
commander -pf the -post, acted as
, instUlaUonofTlcef at tlte installa
tion, of off Jeers at ,th- regular
aurely built the. church lonh I meeting or ueiDert ueeves post or
future ana , noi . tor inemseives i im !awncB uvmvn, i.ne metji-
alope- ' I s i lhg ibeins 'held-laat -Bight. New,
HThere are a good many mem-1 officers installed were Command
hers who not undffntnd the J ex. E. J. ; Starr; vice .commander, I
NoTwegia'n"serfIcesT atralirrhislirt George A.- "Amrersonf " adjttUtft.
particularly true if the younsjer Casper Towe; finance officer. W
pqople of the congregations and IN. ArbuthnAt; . .executive com
it '.is for these v that the English rnmee., Se.th Beebf, Hajry. Carson,
faction asks that all regular acWr and Charles Reynolds
Tlcea be i held in the English latt-1 Plans were laid by tTfid mem-
gMaees for otherwise jheae youfigibers tor a post , bulletin to be-is-
peoBJe jtet out tne tne jjaou p I aned . 'AfUr each ;raeeUng. The
rujar attendance at church. f 1 bulletin will be sect to each mem-
At Trinity churoh , there ; are rnnn.. vm hin A.r
m . a m a S M I '
understand f the. foreign language. I ;00ii,ei a th Tint,
to remain for the churchl services -77"" "iVT
but a, theare in the! forei&i J!1
the craw$He 'tew
residents ot the -UBe by Hooting.;
Morns, ringing ueus.-arummfng tin
dans, to sbowtheirioy that a .new
The sclrool board spent the
first daw,l- la4OF1jf the-jewea r
Changing ; seats'' in the ; school
house,, so-: they -can , seal a few
more pupOs without : suspending
them from the ceilint. Finding
zoom for. more pupils Is Jxeco m
ing a habit, with them. And-thca
comes mis announcement: uorn.
to Mr. and frs."' Oscar 1'Hoven,
Dec. 20, a 'boy. Another .poten-
Tne money,"Tealized atJ
was placed tn
language Hwo-'Sundays ot each I th
' "l. every other Sunday. -i "bJI !'
1 every other .Sunday. " ;r j
f'A.t Trinity church, there i a?e
around 200 votings members while
at St. Johns there are not neatly
as many as the women j are net
permitted to .vote there, white
at Trinity church everyone
voting age may do so. !-. -
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pn oncE yzriwi SPEEDY
PORftAND, Ore., Jan. '. (By
Associated Press)'. --Mrs. FraUk.
B. McCord of Bend " today filed
suit for divorce in circuit court
here, charging her .husband with
cruelty, and a decree, granting the
divorce was 'issued by Circuit
Judge Evans. - This waa regarded!
Babs I Best . Laxative is
"California Fig Syrup"
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Buy a Want AdIt Pays Bfe
When baby, is constipated, has
wiad-colic, feverish breath; xoated
tongue, or diarrhea, a half tea-
spoonful of genuine "California
jFig Syrup" promptly moves the
poisons gases, bile, souring food
and waste right out. Never cramps
lor overacts." Babies love its de
Ask your druggist for genuine
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ure h T. - v J. J full dixecUons far infants in rms;
recora -in xne granung oi 1 h hllrfrAt. n ail mi ntalntv
printed 'on bottle. Mother t You
must sajr "California" cffjyod may
iget'ah imitation 'fig syrtfp Adv.t
DrBHv Potind pf ''Advisory
fTte; followlne eUldsUtba
ment was submitted by 'Dr. ounid,
yesterdar. ' r v C 1 :?fi
"On behalf of 4be -local 'corps
of the Silrat Ion Army -wish jto
thank the people of out cUy jfor
their; kind and generous support
at Christmas tim,ei s As chairman
of the Army's local advisory com
mittee, the writer is in apposition
to state that the 125 Christmas
Effort was succesiful from every
standpoint, and you. thekjnd
hearted citizens of Salem, beeped
tomake It so. j - i...-
"Seventy families of the needy
type ; were civen Christmas pln
Hers. trr, large boxes,. rather, fon-
atnlnr mutTMtmt food to nTOVide
several dinners ilo a jfa.nillyi .-viffihe)
figure .represents ?316 persons in
all.'wbovsbared these- dtnnersf
! ! "Two Christmas trees took re
of about S00-children, in a large
aad generous way. Inj this n-
brction It should be . menuoaea
that the Army. had. the financial
assistance of the Elks j lodge lor
lhK noor children's" tree held at
lit.' 1 Tks Wat jMWT" ftfO
L Tided for Its own Sunday school
rfkf children at the hall on State
T treet.- v:- ::;-hi:tfi'
M&i- '"Cash donations werp received
irora me louowrugi; -, , u
j "Chas, K. Spaulding jCo.; t .j A.
Uveslcyf& Co. ,Dr. W.I B. Morse.
Dan J. Fan TS,ijC.?3ivJt3pply.
S- E. Purvine. Thos. ,U. Ivay. v 5
Shipley 4 Cdtam Abitwtct;Co..
!!rs. Geo. J.' Pierce, CapUol lice
low Playing ' Until Thuj?d?iy Nite
PlkylnglipecUl HP" I LI Hi
ALL OREGON PARENTS
T XlnJs th Fnture of Their ChOdrea
Lincoln Naiional Lifc Instrraacc Xtopazry
Juvenild or Educational Trust Food Policy-- -r
'they make their College training sure,
- at a nominal coat
out Orihe Silvertqu Highway -on
lloadayt morning he, bad .bad
coursioni wilh a car from Silvef
ton. Both cars Were badly ' dam
aged, but the 'passengers were ,un-
'THREE HURT IX CRASH .
PORTLAND. Ore.. Jan. ". (By
City street; car
trashed here today and the three
Japanese occupants of the auto
mobile were injured. Mrs. M
Yamada and her three months old
infant were removed to a hospital.
The driver, D. Morimito, was
knocked unconscious and severely
Friend's flatter . us, so we "have
to fall back on our enemies to tell
the truth about us.
. PITIES OPEH BE
Mrs, N. K. Tully and Mrs, C.
' P, Bishop Lead in Dor
The ' first 1 Vanishingfparty' tb
raise funds for the new; women's
dormitory at Albany Self, Help
College .was given yesterday - by
Mrs. JST. K. Tully and Mrs.1 C. P.
Bishop, at the letter's fiothe. .
. The vanishing party series was
started some time ago! aad has
spread -.throughout the- state; Ae-1
cording to th plan the f irst '-host
ess' ' invites ' a grven nomber of
friends, , each of whom' gives $1
and agrees to give a similar party
inviting as guests a. group T one
smaller -in number. Each of these
women' . gives - one dollar f and
agrees to give a similar party
until the socials vanish.
; This movement to aid the Al
bany "Presbyterian' college has
just., started in Salem, though it
has progressed rapidly in Port
land, east and south Oregon. -Six
teen ladies were present yester
day, each-of whom will -give a
party in the near future, inviting
. Kach of the fifteen will then
give a party inviting fourteen
guests, continuing until the par
ties - Vanish. ' Men, ' women and
children are eligible' to be invited.
though; the .movement .originated ,
with-the 'women. v Ry this simple'
system,1 ilr is said Jfunds will be
raised fprs the construction and
equipment of a .modern; woman's
dormitory . .- r;"j f v .. - ' " ,
; " LOGCKR 1H KILLED
' lAiHQyiBW r Wash.,- 'ian.' -Ci.
C. A; Willard2; j chpker"setter,
employed ,by 'the' Long-Bell Lum
ber company "at Ityderwood, was
killed toay when.'he wascrusHed
by a.s Ipg !whle" rojled off., a. log ;
train in the woods. . He was the
son of Mr. and Mrs! TL H.- Willard
and was un-
The more .monejr an old man
has the more likely, he is to make
a fool of himself 4 i '. t
JT IS IfERE! THE GREATEST RNITURE BU Y iNG OPPORTUNITY OF THE YEXr ! TO CLEAR,
OUT OUR STOCK OF ODDS AIfpNlJS WE HAVE COT THE PRICES ABSOLUTELY REGARD-
X-pSS Or CObl . THE SAVINGS ARE YOURS. COME AND PROMT BY 1 MtiM.
9x12 Wilton Rugs. Iniagine being
able to get real Wilton Rugs at prices
so: extremely ClCO Afi
low .L,i: .OTeUU
A group of beautiful Axrmxister Rugs.
A large assortment ijio choose from,
Regiilarly sold at.?60.J r
Now! on -sale -at X?tPi
High grade Axmuister tjlttgansize
8x10.6. Showti in a "bigiasfiortment
of new, desirable patterns tfJOT Cfl;
and teautiful colors y
Beautiful Axminster Rugs.'-nl size4
9x12 feet only. AlsoVan sortmeht ,
of Velvets. Both'-lihcsJac. 4
theiif splendid iudMi CO
Davenport and Cliair
A beautiful tlavenport and Chair in combination Cut Velour
a real value. Also we have a number of overstuffed Chairs
andsRockei'B that are on sale at 20 to 40 per cent off regular
price. - : ; '
You can use one of these at the end oi
your Davenport ' or side .of l Chair, h . .
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5-picce Ivory Bedroom Suite consisting of Vanity, Bed,
Chiffonier, Bench, Rockers. An exceptionally 'good value.
42-picce American Ware sets sell reg
ularly at $12.95. , f SC7!CC
To iclose 4)ut:..;jii:;i.,:L.v
42-piecexneTic3Ti Ware set; sells reg-
ularly at 995. j H ( QC
Close out at:..-..:-..irf.:;J.ivvaU
-:rflor iUinpsjcompJete with silk thadc.
Stick of Polychrome. Just arrived
and) they are the latest in Floor
laiap& -' ' ' . '
A splendid variety" of good mahogany
base Table Xamps-in the odds and
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Trnth in .
bilete Bed, Spring
An Exceptionally good value in complete bed outfits. This
makes an ideal time to fit up that spare bedroom. 1 - .
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a! . , - t.
Per yard VOSJ.
Aii ideal floor covering- J'has J?ocn
-thoroughly tcsdlantl hasfgiveaViat
isf action to , many Jof qut usipmexs.
Many patterns, to choose from. : r
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Complete beautiful-Bridge- Lamps'.
Aeroplane jCloth Shades,, A "good
variety, to select from." 'ri 1; r
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