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HIE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING; JANUARY 21.' 102(5
oYeeoaV-Vitraa, Hanky, a ud. Uou
aldilroan in "Tbt Dark "Angel."
and picture, ' '
MEET FEBRUARY 1
LU4 !! t
Well KnoWn Speakers'to Ad!-
dress Annual btate Uon-
-t vention. at tugene.
Susie Michaef-Wisha Gegna,
Joint Concert to Be Hed4
. Here ori February 9 j
irivci?RiTv- vnp nnirnnv
; Eugene. Jan. 3. The date of the
State Retail Merchants' associa
tion annual convention will lie
February 15, and -1.7.
Dates ' x previously.;, announced
were Incorrect.' j :--. ,
Among those who will speak
ate Marshall f N.- Dana, associate
editor of the Oregon Journal; Ho-
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-y 'T T i It.uwl Derl V- .une,.. nauouany : Known
concert when Susie authority - on ' "retail .subject
1 Uoe for float paeVo e Vr the're f-
eaue bill, if the . tax reduction is
4cabA noHaible on !Marc h .S. 'bpa
llrat income la payments are due.j
airman jsmoai saja it. was neces
sary to get ..the ; bill I mmed lately
Pirn nmiT !
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SET FOR FRIDAY
$500 Guarantee 'and V45
Ringside Weight Is Re
quired by Champion
To the lovers of the divine art
of music will be given the oppor
tunity of listening to a toesiitiful
ertcan DianLst and MUha Gtgna,
a !ttfnM Isbed : Russlaa, cellist! will
appear in one of ihelt jfcterefiting
the lleihg theatre ontho- fcivic
Music Oil IT course. 'f
f?finst- ? Acanz-lnl trn nf 1laI 1tr
chants, and, several of be -school
or trtsineBs acminLBtration faculty
irv vming or Aaniana, presj
dent of -the d. State Chainber 'ol
MV"Mtettae isva brJlliant ybung j Cdhinierce lias lettasked r W
f-rican idti 'has been under tne
KuidaQ'ce of 'European 'masters.
Shd 'brings 'the' sfarkla w-a-thublsnx
of youth"' cbupfed" with
.Mrsha, Cegna -came toxAmerica
in 1914 and hajded by European
cni as one of thef mosLreniirk-
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TQ BRING UP TAX BIL
ACTIOK TO IIR TAKEN PURIXtS
week; ssioot fyyxa
WASHIXGTqX, Jan, 2 3 ( By
able 1 1 the younger Hassan nius- ' " . -
-i-w-i fi !Taw daction bill Will be -called up foj
v. nfiVtrtea tin rp consideration ia the senate next
n.Jt in tiAnertairf'--ti!ri. f KardleB of the status df
, . J r 4 t w the world court situation, Chair
Of his playing the New Vork man f . - flnft l0m!l
tee in charge'Of the measure to-
night announced, t , jc i
If the cloture' rule to limit de
bate is invoked on the world court.
that Eubject can be disposed f of
before the end. dJLthe week. Sena
tor -Rmbot 'odinted out. If an
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i.t; nLuA la'tilmlr. I ncrwmAnt la renhfri for ft TOfft
Kl I.I 1UU Mia jrxiuiiiuv - ..... o -- v .
laier maa next ween, an wm s
for Immediate consideration of the
tax bill. ' -nT
Setting Pobruary 1 it as the dead
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.Mill! 911 a
'This hands the; 'cello la"a
versatile ; nd . eloquent, inhtu-
Morning v Oregon iart: -fMisha
Ocajna, 'cellist; hair k femarlably
IIIflItlTa ; tUIHi IVU J tvnaa
Nation-wide -Essay Compe
tition Starts With $6
- 500 Given in Prizes
After weeks of dickering Henry
Jones, j weste r a . welterweight
wreatllng, champiou. has . been
booked to meet. Robin Ree4. Cor
ralli ftar, at the Albany. Armory,
riday, January 2. .
ThMwill bei the third rijieetlng
of the twa men. . At the first ses
sioo Reed, won the belt fraii Jone
sad ; ln7 tlie; fiecond "llee waf
caughtj in the V airplane pin and
defeated.. '.v:;;'; - l ' ' . ?
V At ihe culmination : of the
cratch Jonee declared himself un
willing to meet the ; lot l man
within s,. several monthaHi Later
however, he set up, aa.bi condi
tions, $500 .guarantee and. a .14 5
po.und' ring side Weight limit.
; During the intervening jweeka,
ilauTus an IJrown have : had
chances at the belt but have met
defeat. Yesterday 'final agree
ment for the rematchinfd of Reed
and Jones was made.
VVASHINGTO, D.; C;, Jan.
: ( Special) .Planning the. solu
tion oil tne trail lc, prpbiem a gen
eration! ahead is the policy of the
highway ed uca,tioi board, .accord
ing to. jl statement here annpuncr
ins the fifth national safety cam
paign open tql f all- elementary
The campaign includes an essay
contest'! for -nupils i.and. lesson
cojateatj in which teachfrs i,n ele
mentary. -Bchobls are to competed
In these contests 16.500 is given
for theV bet eays andf 'the ,bek
JeBS003, the priies the gifts of the
national automobile chamber of
commerce, , which, cooperates witn
the board in its highway safety
enterprises. The contests close
February, 24, of this year. V ;
. In, addition engraved certifi
cats of merit will be given those
schools in' each! state which , com
ply wjth 'certain requirenienU .ol!
the ,highway organization in; the
teaching .: of safety education.
i oese certificates bear tne signkr
ture of Dr. J. 1 J. . Tigert, United
Phil Bayes-Edwards' l
s- Fight Tickets Out
Tickets for the Danny Edwards
Phil Bayes fighU the ueiti attrac
tion at the local "Armory fw 111 go
on sale at Smiths Cigaf store
Monday.' Advance sal Is deemed
necessary in order to provide for
the Increasing number "of fans at
tending the lights, i ! .. 4
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STAR OF-"THE DARK ANGEL"
.WASHINGTON. Jan, 2S.-f-For!
the f irfct ' time ; In ltal history the
maripe orps;ia to have rejserve
officffs atho.Te the rank of major.
In the past none but regular ever
rn hAvniMi tnia ranic . now
this is to be, changed,! An examin-
ina, hnaVd had recommended the
promotion of three majors toi lieu
tenant oolotiel. sK captains to ma-
loir. irrofst? iiafenantito 'fr-
taln. and 35 second lieutenants to
first lieutenant, "a -,-f .
Thiie - recommendations were
mkfin.in accor dancer with al new,
jystem which comblnea isenprlty
with, aalecUon-, Candidates J werft I
mVi'aiird fn the order of their!
ienlority. but the bbaf d could pass
over, any officer who; in the
ion of the members was not
tfied for hieher rank.: In this way
an officer's seniority is considered.
butf his promotion Is, basedv
on nerit. . "-. f ': "'.
William G, Payfc former lieuten
ant in the regular establishment
who resigned after ; 19 years of
service, has been examined for the
Vaiti a rMrTe :Mi.! George K.
Shuler. formerly a regula ma-
lor. has been appointed a preserve
At.tnr . Malnr Khnlet resigned to
become treasurer of the State of
' ' 's tK," !
Bronoff Sisters' with- the Dronoff Troupe of Russian-singers and
dancers. The Dronoff ; Treupe aire recent arrivals. 'from Russia and
win present a program of native' Russian and Spanish dances at the
Bligh theater; ope night onlr. Monday, January 25. ' - , .s '
CLOTURE RULE IS
; (CoBtiimrel Uam pmg .)
!- were offered by : Senator Moses,
r republican, vNew, Hampshire;
Evennan. democrat, 1 North arot
iioi, and Blease, democrat, j$outh
Carolina. ' .-
fbe first of the Borah reServa
; tions would provide that each
utile should have one rote mttbe
! election of judges i and' thait the
-nfttlnh emnife. including . all of
tVe; dominions, should Vhavei only
. one vote. - i . lu. -v
' The second Bo rah reservation is
, ftriour parts: V-M.C
That In acting Upon requests
rlr notica and'opeti
ini to all Interested parties.
" That lUe COU(. JU1 uaaaaw
whither it can ' properly 'answer
the question put to it and what
shall be the nature and form, of
itmi rnonse. v . !.
- That in no case shall thej 'court
give any conf idenUal advice, but
,tt .nnnnnM ft ODiniOnS PUD-
ticy. together with the opinion 6t
'dissenting judges. ; j ; - : -
- fh.t h court shall not give
an "opinion on a question to, which
the United States is a panyiwn?
W the consent ol the; Wniteil
maw tliv1a7- At 'tlin
Oregon theater; The picture ines to Salem as one of the best of,
the recent releases. If will .e; seen here on Mondafy.
Yilma Banky is starred "to -'The i)ark Angel,
CIVIC MUSIC CLUBV
: , TX:ESJ(AYt -fEij, HEILiq f TlATEI
i SUSIE MICHAEL tr4' nSHGGWA 1
Season Ticket" for Three Jlemaining Concerts fS.O a
' v . . PHONE I350-W: "VV ,
, . J Single "Adissions,l.p, -$l,pi)t
.Season'-ticket reservations announced later
PLEASE NOTEf - The J
management of w.rxnej
preg-on ; is . f n.d e e.4'
pleassd : and, proud, tpj.
present -this show In;
Salem COME AND)
EXJOY - THE. ' (UEST-!
1ft TTST IfiTtr
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Turner Athletics Win
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From Perrydale. Squad
lumer Ai";"-! .---j
thi Perrvdale heopers 439-3
Vefrydale last night.; Turner s ae,
; . . features of
f Ihe game.. Close checking jcausei
. perydale to maae w n
fries from distance,;
Turner boys to emerge from the
game victors. ' 1 i !
! n..i'. . forwards showed
flakes of brilliant worlbM were
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: TLMA BANKY "
-' ROXAL.D COItAN
Matinee 35c, E retting
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-T" TtESDAYV '
31 OXTE BLUE v
. In' -Red
States commissioner of education,
department of the interior, and. of
t h e st ate superintendent of
schools, or the principal school
official. Dr. Tigert also is chair
man of the highway education
board. : ' ; '' " ; "
: The contest Is being, announced,
now to the schools of the country.
-gupU.s. are requeMetp write esr
aaypf P00 word,iiv length on
the subject "My School's Shard in
Highway" Safety." ronrhundfed
thirty-eight medals '.fmd : as many
cash prices will , be. given tor, thj
beti. essays Jn the several states,
white .three 'national .awards will
be girfo for the premier essays
that are written by the pupils of
the rif th r sixth, - seventh -and
eighth trades In schoeU5 The first
national " prize consists ,of a gold
watch and. a trip to Washington
wiU"dU expenses p4id,."the wia
ning'fupil being nnder the care bit
board officials. ryp ;f-;jr f
In each state a gold medal and
a check tor fltteeti ilollars wllLba
v?lv.enfo the .berft ;e.-i5ay. and a
sliver' medal, audi a. 'tn 0,P,ar.
check' for the secpnd best paper.
The number of third prizes, eah
consisting of j a b'"n""e medal and
fie dn.rs; varies somewhat In
proportion to i he - elementary
schqol K-ertrdllmenjh Newr York
a,ttflA In, ATAmit rapa vfra .lwan-
ty-88Yen4Mate- PTliesfc while te
number for Alabama 1 nine, for
California, thirteen; .Texas nine
teen, Uiioois twenty, and. other
states in proportion.
Medtord 1925 fire Joss was $ 26,
"187, only onVhalfof one per cent
of . valuation.-K - '
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BLIGH THEaATEE 1
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affeyer irlle history of our store' have people responded to our Semi-aAnhual 2 for 1 Sale as has
been ihi case'durinc: the past welskBHundreds have been tumej'awafor Wkpt room; the ial6:
wllfrsXritmtie linfil ntir stock i. Jenleted and room for our new SDriiifiT StoxJc wwchis now enroiite.
F?oni season to season we show only the new styles disposing of all seasonal styles at reduced f
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prices xc yoii may aepena upon tne ngnt snoe at ine rigm ume. nevcr uw ra vvt v.v.
Many styles in Patent, Satin and Kid Pumps,
for dress ind every' day heels.
Regylar $4.95 and $5.50 Values
Oxfords in tan, also blaelc Kid axid Calfv Resu
iar ?.ou values. i -..-
2 Pair For $5.50
. gLast call on Silver andGold;-'jmd.;wUte';
f pumps, French arid Cuban; heels. -Regulaivprice
Sale IPnce ' 2 Fair . Kbr.
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" Bronze iad Pat ?rU Satm des Pumps, Ifrcrlcli
f; , .and' Cuban heels. Regular price 07.05 i
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