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THE OREGON STATESMAN, f SALEM, OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 16,:132G
-, Iaaoed DalljT Except Monday
;v ,"- v THX STATESMAN JPTBLISrOKO COM AJTY
" '" v 'tXS 8outa Commercial 8L. Salem, Oregoa. -'. '
B. J. He.drieke - - - - If aaaM '
' Fred t. Toaia " ... - Manafinr-Kditof
Lee U. lie ana. " - - jCity Editor
Leeli. J. c.ftk Tclecraph Kdito
Audred Banek - Society Editor
- W. H. Hnderm ' tlrenlmtloft VaMfer
Ralph B. Kletainf AdvertiaiBf Mnasr
Frank Jaekoakl - Jlaiier Jote Iep.
K. A. Rhten XifUck Miter
W. C. Coaner : i I Poultry Editor
i i - '" ' 14XMBEB OP THJl ASSOCIATED PRESS
J Tfco AiMelated Pre. U eelaiTeJjrS entitled to the e lor .nblicatWm of .11 ew.
aUvtekoa erdiMd to it or net othenriae c raited in th pa por and alao to toeay
" mows pobliaaed herein. - .-' , ' , j j. - ' - '' 1 ' " ' .
- BUSJKESS OFFICES: , , ',' l-
Albert Byew, SSS Worcester Bldf, r&rtla.d. Ore. ' ' ' uMii
i Doty A Payn. Bo.ro Bid.. San JYtteUeo, CkUCt HtfitM Bid. Lm AkSol . CkUfc
Baaiaec. Of f lei
Ato Coateet Editor-10.
HeSrt Department-Si r 1 0
Job Department 58
Entered at tko Pott Offiee l Salem. Orero. ooeoBdIoM matter.
Doubling the capacity of the Salem paper "mill. 'will cafl
for some hundreds of, additional working people in this, city
and the surrounding country in handling the raw materials
and "making, the finished products. -This; will -mean a sub
stantial addition to the population of Salem. There are many
other developments that will contribute towards the same
results; some of them already; known, and some of them jn
the making, or. in the laps of the gods. ! ; "
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KO PEACtJ TO TUB WICKED "And he said usto his brethren,
My money Is restored; ' ad-their heart failed them and, they
"were afraid, saying. What Is this .that 30d hath done?" Gen.
f "oYEn'40,000 VLsitS OF WOMEN AND GIRIi$ v
r - "-r y--v 1 " 1 t- I 4 - -) k ' r. ' J - - - j ' 7
i - l-. . H- - . r .3, , ' jiwy mi in in wi" Jfc - v " 0 -1 '
-vThealem Y. W. l!Al;is "a distinct asset to thelbusiness
Jife of Salem, of whicVfact a cursory investigation will con-
, .'vince' any; observing person . . 3?.
Tb say nothinfif of bein-an invaluable asset to the moral
well being of this city;' ari; agency working for, decency and
high ideals every day in tfie year; .and .every hour pf. every
day! - - 1 ' ' . w-s l. -
Over 40,000 visits of j women and girls rwere. made last
. year to. this institution; anjaverage of bver;100 a day, includ
ing SUhdaysl Th.e homejf club rooms? -and , headquarters; of
the Salem Y. W. OTA. is ie only down town place m balem
that furnishes thetrequisi1ifs that are so sorely needed by the
T.omen' andgirls who are! wecome i to visiti there and take
advantage of its facilities '.. . " ' ! ,
. rjllie' tired mother from the countrybr the suburbs goes,
f there with her children arid finds a place where she may restj
' ' and may leave her childreja while shopping. j
An average of 40 working girls a day go there with their;
. lunches to eat in the living rooms. '
. : An average of two "jpositions a day are filled by the
. employment service. , j j
J TJere are 16 rooms f ipr permanent and transient guests
there;; was a total of 400 registrations during 1925. Many
stranded girls 'are given shelter and food while they find
; ;workiv;::.V.V ih;-r : 1 ' '
;.? There .are, fi.ye junior, high school clubs and on large
club In the Salem high school; and the Grax club of young
i business girls is starting its second year. This is a club for
i Christian sociability and j self development. " - 1 " f ; !
. J . There are swimming classes for women and girls, and
; thesei classes will have! a woman teacher when the fine tank
v r in the new Y. M. C. . A.building is readyr-The Yr W:C A5,
" will have the exclusive use of that tank, and of the'gymna
, sium," at stated times. . jl- V ; ' -'' 1
The Salem Y. W. C. A!i owns five acres of land at Taylor
grove, near Mehama, the gift of the Albert 'estate, and 'with
the help of the Salem Eyrns" will erect a club building this
' year rThere is. t6 be an old, fiddlers', contest and ol(j fash
ioned dance on the 26th; the returns to go towards the.pro
posed .club house. - i 1 1 -v- ' "" ' '' I
'The.Y. W..C A is tbe only interdenominational Christ
ian organization'. for all jthe women and girls of Salem and
the surrounding country.-!
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Castoria is a peasant, harm
less Substitute for Castor .Oil, r
" Jiaregoric, Teething v Drops
: and. Sooth in? Syrups, espe
Vfally prepared for Infants ; in' arms and Children all ages,
Tr ivnut tmltaftnne. alwavf loinlc f or the signature of
proven directions on each package. Physician everywhere recommend it
Our Classified Advertisements . Bring Resulti
Bits For Breakfast
Old timer's 'meet tonight
They meet : at the rooms of
Judge L.. H- . TllcMahan, In the
Marion county court house. -- f -
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The meeting is to take steps to
organize a society ot the old Jtimes
ot this , Bectlon, I who hare been
here 50 years or so, and It Is "ex
pected that 1000 membersmay
bet joined up In ! a short time.."
"J The ' Slogan man,' who must In
Thursday's Statesman ; prove that
Ihls is ' potentially' the rbest bee
country in lhe-orld,'s Is getting
some very good help. Many thanks.
But he' needs' a' i'oi aore help. 11.
yon - know , anything about bees,
write or phone or call. Today or
There. Is no question about get
ting all tha. flax acreage needed.
Five times "the " acreage that can
be handled could be signed up.
with a very little effort. t
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-. The good women who are ask
ing decent support for the Salem
Y. W. C. A. need not be at all
mealy mouthed about it. The ln
situtlon Is doing a great service
to the - community, and it is
worthy of a better support than
the directors are asking capable
of doing a larger work, which
ought to be done. In fact the Salem
Y. Wi C. A. ougnt to nave a new
buUding, though wonderful things
are being done in the present
The Salem Chamber of Com
merce Is all ready to go, on Jthe
beet sugar, contracts, as soon .as
the- are ready. wth all! the ne
cessary arrangements made. -
Tf thlnea keen breaking at the
present rate, Salem will soon need
two new dwellipgs a day, and then
some; : i '
STOP STREET PROFITS
HIGH, POLICE ORDERED
tCouUnued from pkife JL.)
rorced, .78 men ha ve ; had to d Ig
to the bottoms of. their pockets
for 5 each" because they w-re
forced to admit to Judge Poulsen
that "they had "failed t. heed the
can of the signs. w ; ..
-A fotaVof $380 has bh pad
In fines for this one offense. And
posts, signs and all coat about
$250 . Yesterdfay the total was
enhanced by lust 9 5, 19 persons
being fined 15 each for refusing
to go from high to stop und Into
Those paying the penalty yes
terday were A. iladsen. I.' W. Mol
lis, M T)i Utwiiler. P. T. Andugg,
Russell Hurst, F. D. Hrecken
ridge, .Qlen Shaw, Frank Wilbur,
JLJ V. Scott, Wm. Sezak .; H. , P.
Wobdry,-B.-F.: Schmaker, Henry
Le, C. Itoth, E. Songer, George fc
Rtngwald, V- B. Klrscher., F. IV VJ ,
Walker and C. Morlokoj In addi- y
tfnn to these. Glen Dj-ager for-;
felted $5 bail he had posted for-'X,,
failing to stop, ; ; f f s - i k
Medf ord is to be regulair stop
on Seattle-San Francisco ar mail
route. : . ' . f !
Ileppner New. Morrow General
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r n nn.n
demands pure nutritious fooclsTo
tuumeu j&very lngreaient omciauy 5 1
approyea oy u. r ooa Autnonaes
THE WORLD'S ' GREATEST
PAXES 2 TJISZ3 TCOSS O? ANY.OTCZIl ZHaANXJ
toon MX TUT.
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- The total budget o the Salem Y. W. C. A. is approxi-j
mately $10,000 a year. The-estimated receipts are $3000 .a
yearK for rentals and food service, , . ! :Hl
There is a campaign onnow for this $7000, and about
$4300 of the amount has beenpledged. The good women who
control the organization! propose to persist till the fuU $706b
,' is pledged.. .They. are Jiot going. to stop short of the amount
? needed to carry on the work. Their romTnitrpa will W ntit
jf j ' again tomorrow, and they will be assisted by a "wrecking
urw, oi men neipers in1 heir Work ; ..v. . -; :
fnd they are right j t They, are justified in demanding
this reasonable support fjrom the communitjLwhich the infiti;
tytion for which they stand responsible must have in orderip
do its .work even on the' present scale i , - . V.
V : And the work should be, wider. ' The Salem Y. W. C. A:
in fact ought to have a building of its? own, suitable for its
need3." ' The' present ' quarters, while serving a great need,
are cramped. The working girls with their lunches, some of
them, must rest on the floors " -- ' ' ' I" j
.And every; passing day brings need i-'for more space ind
better facilities in numerous ways. i :' fl
The board of directors and committees and members' at
large and staff othe Salem Y. Vf. C A. are among the very
finest and best women of .this community.'. Outside , of the
staff, they give their'seryices freely without charge, and they
uMute tnt- xasKs reaLjeos. . They work hard. Their interest
is solely the good of the city'and surroundini? country and the
welTare ot the women and girls needing the facilities and help
of the institution I'J:-'5?' '" -s 1 --' i v- --T ii '
utiie uaiance oi xne SIHMJ should be fortheomin tr. ind
; And plans ought to! Jbe under, way for'a new buildingi )
rlhii is your job, tf you have any stake in Salem or the
Sa!em, district, as- much as it is the job of these devoted
women who are under, the load ": T , " r-
And this is ha time-for shirking by any one. , ,
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! ' It secrns to be tlie fashionable thing to take a crack: at
,iain a, ixozer, secretary of state. Such things seem to gb'in
.v.-ayes, for , no good reasons, as nearly every iman who ;ha&
Been long m public life will testify, Sam Kozer may hay
his faultis and limitations. This is true of every. one. v Bu
he is one cf the most competent men in ,hi3 lirie in the whole
countn'.. There is no man in Orecron who is better nosted on
our laws; rot on? as well posted on the laws with which 'the
zeerzizry cf tate has' to deal. Sam Kozer does not in t.iy
rr' crve the' flings that have of late been fired at hfm,
: l.::z ths fcy;r 13 ever the very pr.es firing them will no
C ,.t 1.2 hr.r:J cf ths injustice of their action.?. '
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In order to make room in our warehouse and used furniture store we must reduce our stock of reclaimed Ranges.
Heaters and all kinds of Furniture. -
We were compelled to make room in our warehouse for two carloads of Refrigerators and had to crowd our reserve
stock of used furniture on the sample floor. ' - -r
This is 'unquestionably the .largest and best stock of used furniture ever placed on sale in Salem.
70 Reclaimed Coal and wood
R?in O 45 A11 reconditioned and guaranteed;
35 Gas and Combination
33 Good Dining $50
Tables. . ... . . 4 . 4 up
25 Dressers $8.50.iap
40 Room sized
Rugs . V .
Lots of Chairs
Lots of: Dishes
Garden Tools .
. v 4 Writing Desks .i........
1 0 Buffets fc.;.:;L.;....-.:
... 6 Hall Trees L:r.:4...;;i;
: i i 8. Organs ......i;.:..;..L...L.;:
1 4i v 1 WWewil JWa .aaa4Sal IS ha , f aHaVaW ...
,: ..il s , A lift' ' II Hi I 5 "V .. I I ' i il I V f V I r .
iDO.oy up y
; . : 50c uH
10 Kitchen Queen
.... ...... ... j
tresses $2.00 lup
$5.50 up ::W
- 4 Book Gases
4. S8.5O up
' r Remnants of Inlaid Onoleum;.w.; $1.00 per ydj
HsJ Renihants bPCongbleum ajid Pabcolin:.L:i....50c per yd;
ocores or other articles-
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8 Combination Bookcases......:.
. 60 Oil Stoves -.I.- .
' " 4 Chiffoniers
4 Dressmer Tables L S10.00 un
1 0 Refrigerators A..i.......;V..i...:....57.S0.up
t Remnants of Print Linoleum ...L.-.;...;;...4.-.....60c per yd.'
I Z INew Congoleum and Pabcolin Riigs, 9jl 1 2;.. ..$12.00 "
.S '".' ; Other sizes. priced proportionally ' - .
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE
WHERE YOU CAN
V ALWAYS DO