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T1IE OREGON STATESilAIJ, SALEM; 02EGON - -7
SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 192G
At THE THEATRES
Oregon wuium s. Hart In
"Tumbieweeds' by Hal.' G. ETarL
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With Chaa. Rax. ' ; - - ;
JHigh Five acts TauderUlo and
pictures. t , ; ; -., , '
Marion County Association
Gets Under a Full Head
" . of Steam
.The honey luncheon and meet,
in? for permanent organization of
the. Marion County Be Keeper'
association , yesterday '. atternQon
F rreat ;success4 iltFaa at
thQ $alem Chamber f Commerce
commencing at 2 and lasting tin
3, The members talked and trans
acted their business while they
ate! "?.TrA'Z-?'' ' ' r
'They elected J. K Whltttg of
Salem president, J. Felmnlder of
Woodburn first rice-president, jet.
William flickman of Salem second
vice president, and Kenneth Rus
sell of Turner secretary-treasurer.
These are the permanent officers.
Those -who had not already done
so signed jthe membership roll,
and all signed a petition to the
county court tor the appointment
of a Marion county bee 'Inspector
to hare charge of inspecting apiar
ies and enforcing the laws against
bee diseases. ' . ? - '
-Professor H. ScnllenVof the
Oregon Agricultural college talked
shop and , answered numerous
question, ' j -,(s'-;
Then the meeting adjourned to
the apiary of. President f.j.l T.
whittle, 690 North Summer strfc.
where Prof. Scullen conducted a
demonstration, and many mora
; This was by jfar tbe. most suc
pesTul meeting yet j heldby' the
Marion county bee keepers. Every
part of the county was well repre
sented. The fully organized as
were asked and
NATION PAYS HONOR
TO JOHN COOLIDGE
(CattBe4 from pac 1)' "
worshipped--".Sli national; guards
men acted .as body, bearers at tbe
house and. cemetery; There was no
eulo'gyjL o ' music. I
: Mrf the4.flrst
i; CO NSTANT C jj RU NG, ;
j; WAVING; DRIES .
, UFE FROM HAIR; ;
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Girls must cnrl : and t waye.
bobbed hair to appear : their pret
tiest. But constant curling - and
Taring burn and dry the luster,
vitality and very? life from the
hair. -'- r -. ;; ' -;v';'T
To offset these bad effects, just
get a 35-cent bottle of . delightful
refreshing "Danderine" at.. . any
drug store , or: toilet counter and
Just see -for yourself' how.' quickly
It revives dry, brittle, lifeless, 'and
fading -hair. -if. -jV.V-r' ; ":; l
' Danderine',!i8 a" dependable
tonic: and will dp ponders for any
girl's I hair. It nourishes, stimu
lates and strengthens each single
hair,". bringing back that youthful
: gleam; glint .and. 'vigorous' luxur
iance.; Falling j hair stops - and
dandruff disappears. ''Danderine"
is pleasant and easy to! use. Adv.
citizen oi Plymouth expressed long
bef ofre his f death .that 'his 'funeral
iervice should , be " witbout 5 osten
tation and "his ' Wishes were re
spec te d. y the service was held Tin
the irijr parlor of the farm house,
with folding' "doors Opening Into
a sitting r,oom as-tiny The dark
gray casket, tanked with flowers
atobd but a few feet from he spot
where Colonel , Coolldge ' stooI
early one morning, to; administer
to his son the oath, of .office as
president. In, the same room six
years ago, Athe. funeral i 9 ervices,
seryices were held for the Colon
el's; wife, stepmother of the presi
dent. - 1
A bank of lilies from tbe presi
dent: lay on the casket and beside
them : was a - spray ; of pink . roses'
front Mrs.'Coplidge. Other pieces
tributes from government officials
and friends and organizations lp
which ' the Colonel was Active,
banked the side of the room. " -"
The little - rooms, thrown nto
one, were fifled wheh '.Captain
Adplphus Andrews commander of
the Mayflower,' guided the presi
dential ' family and" afew ' clo.se
friends to seats beside the casket.
Governor and Mrs Billings of Ver
mbnt, former,' Governor J William
Stlckney, on whose ;' staff Colonel
Coolidge served. Attorney General
Sargent and 'Major James ". Co
pat," White THouse physician werie '
among those grouped near ., the
casket. Relatives and neighbors
packed the small space within "the
house and overflowed to the porch.
. . The president and Mrs. Coolidge
and their' son 'sat with 'bowed
heads as the clergyman, wearing
the vestments of. his office, " read
the prescribed service. The latest
revision was. used, a little, warmer
and more hopeful In, its tone than
the one formerly used by the Epis
copal' churchis Thete were three'
psalms,v theXesson, the Creed and
the Lord's; Prayer, and seyeral ad
ditional j prayers. 1' ' V
Many who , had spent their lives
In the hamlejt'wbere for four score
years J Coolidge was the leadlnf
figure and strove' In vain tq main
tain the traditional repressionVpf
their kind as the clergyman read
the -selected , passages. One of the
psalms was the 121st, beginning:,
win; lift up mine "eyes unto
thehiiis.?isf l.; i ,"y..
- "Lord let, me know mine end,"
was the first : line of another,
while the t fourth "began iwth - the
wqrds, "".The pord la my light and
my salvation." The Lession -was
from the epistle to the Corinthians
beginning? :jNow; is I Christ risen
from' the 'dead. A short service
ended, the v presidential ; grpui)
passed to 'another room while ' six
guardsmen" carried the 1 cask eV to
the" WaRIsfg- hearse and the pro
cession to- the Cemetery! began.- ;
Rer. Mr. ' White, with fur coat
thrown over his' vestments,' rote
first n'Tfc iiowmoblle, th' the bac
of which' many of the floral places
were heaped. Then came ' the
hearse, mounted on runners and
drawn by two black horses," the
six body bearers on fott,"and the
presidential -party in a three seat
ed lelghl?'.. v V; :
. Tbe president wore a silk hat.
Attorney General Sargent accom-paned-
the family In their sleigh.
The ' procession passed slowly
down ,a, roadway shoveled outof
deep drifts and vith high snow
banks oh either side:
Scores followed on foot to the
little cemetery. :. ' ; r
As the clergyman uttered the
bylef committal service, while the
president stood with bared head.
those looking on recalled another
scene of sorrow less i than . two
family, .came to .the hillside cem
tery In .July' the president
and Mrs. .Coolidge caiflfe to the an
cestral I homei in order ' that therf
son Calvin might be' buried bere.
. A' snowstrom .which had raged
from early morning bad passed
as the mourners gathered about
the' grave,., and a , wintry wind
swept down from the -mountains'.
The scores who looked on from
the road beneath the h shivered
In the chillr blast: The wprs of
the clergyman : could be heard
clearly as the casket was lowcvod
to its restlng;.:plar!j7
f Earth;l: to -eartn;" ;fBhes to
ashes; ' dttst? to dust."; ',
' Immediately after the interment
the president returned with Mrs.
Coolidge and ' their son to the
white farm house. 'After a briefr
stay the -party ieft by slelgbr: for
Woodstock, where the presiden
tial train awaited for the return
trip to Washington. j
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' Eugene Signal '.and ballast
gangs rush work' on Natron Cutt
pff. , t
BE SERMON SUBJECT
(Con tinned Iron pja X.)
dents concerning thq final location
of evil and good,' o la htere 4ff:
ference of opinion concerning im,
mqrtality - if 1
- "After., death we continue f to
livo on bodily in another world."
True, 2; false, 90SK 'A L- ir
"After death we continue to llye
on, not bodily, but . as souls " or
spirits Trne 86; false, .'li:;t.P
.' "After death the aoul may be
reborn into this world in anothet
body.1? True, 5; false, ". 88.;
, "Death, is the absolute end , of
individual existence. Y True,1 la;
Whn 1 Christ? - Thisi. alsn. I
asked of the studeqts. ? j
,. "Christ is the .divine' son of
God.' ; " Trno, f 8 ; false
"Christ was horn iit the Virgin
Maryy True, 95; false, 4.
"Christ rose : bodily 'from the
dead after, the third 'day. True,
80; false, 15. 1
, TTho acceptance of Christ as
the Son of pod necessitates a be-
lief in his Virgin Birth." True,
65; false, 34. .,-- .it.' I '' :A 1
"Christ is only a myth. .. True,
16; false; 81. Thia last view was
the cause of. considerable discus-
slon as to whether or not students ,
know the meaning of tbe word,
myth. ;:yl''J5U y .
But however a man 'may look
on Christ, or foe that matter, the
Christian religion, few there are
who deny the existence entirely
ot some Divine Being. What,
then, la God? t j
.. "pod is like a big man, with
eyes that see everything we do,
and . ears that hear, everything yre
say." 'True, 15; false, 75.
' "God Ms an." Intelligent .Person
allty n True; j63; 'fal8e
"God Is" only a N creation of
manVmind." r' True,''; false, '9 7.
"God did not create the world."
True, 1; false, 99. ' t - ?H- C
""God lives Jn Jleaven with Hfa
Angels ''and Saints.' True 57
false," 33c ' '' "1 'rZ'C
"God :and;Kature are. one; and
the same; 5 hence, by worshipping
Nature wetrotship God." t Trtie,
tilt f alse3.--' I " : . t ' . x r !
God does: not exist at all.?
Truer- node; false, 95. ...
- Fact of - existence of ,Qo4. bay
ing' been universally admitted by
the students," how about the in
tercepting Deity or Deyll?
"The Devil Is like a big man,
possessing horns ' and a tail."
Trne,' ft; '.false, 89.
'. ' Thd Devil has neither form
nor. size, but is the dominating
Spirit of Bad and Eyll .In man
kind. 7 rrue, 83; false, 13..' " .
'"The Devil 'is an evil personal
ity." True. 51 i false, -40. "
"The Devil is oAly ''a 'creation
of man's mind." True,1 14;' false
77. . fs t
The Devil does not .exist at
all! ; True, 9; false; 761
. Rev. Taylor has the following
to aay concerning the matter on
which he will speak thia; even
ing: " ,3 ,4 J1: UV ri-'
'"While 16 wrote that they be
lieved that Christ was only a
myth, it must have been with a
lick of understanding of the word
"myth" for they also wrote that
they believed he was. the Son ot
God and born of the .Virgin Mary
."The examination showed a
great majority who held the true
beliefs of the. Christian religion
and confessed a loyalty to the
standards of- evangelistic ; faith."
Ai the dose of the sermon this
rfi. J.il1! evening a number of stereopticah
pictures of 'the events in the last
week of Christ's life;, will Xbe
shown.! 'j-.' pf ' !' .i'x
RUFE'8'Q AVISOS ,1
? 1 (Continued froia past 4) " '
recent boxing card allowed him
self to be beaten into a" pnlp re
semblln' a raV beefsteak and re
ceived the princely ' sum of $ 4.5 0
for hia aervicea. . '. . What Price
6?nrV ' . . Uri'-fr-. '
I .'"SVIiEN ffrjighbpr' 1m
gits Into' deytfmehr's CfC onery
littlo bra. " when your oyn "off
spring runs amuck,, some -other
kid put him npjto It; . .,Z r
;. S?.aW,an'a41 In paper' which
a'ald: . "Learn to' Draw in .thirty
Days." I think X'U take that up
on account' of my pipe bein' stop
ped up most of the time., t ,';
, tjTllB STORY of s oman who
sent 115 conscience money; to a?
Salem firm makes mo wonder why
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FE1EE TO ''Afcfc ABIILT
- 1; THE AllMORYf Vdtt;-.?
Tuejday Nighti March 23, 8 p ml
! The World's Greatest Mystery Show " '
The Arabian Seer
In a Gisantic' Eliibiticq of the" Occult fj;
. Sir . OJiver Lodges Great Cabinet : Seance
-A rVrnr Tlrtfo4 5"irff PirtT'rf ' -!
,J!J- : : A: Conon DoylQ' -int rictures ... -r.-
i i...i y v4.rfc- , - w
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ITo cHren! P??.TJ Sjrs 'admitted v,ithc :t r"fc-ts
" ...T.ainiiinin-i r nrir nionf rK-T r .-..., ..
this conscience idea doesn't work
the other way sometimes . '
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! THAT CT1TE JittlA lgicbH
have on note room doors; -"Stop!
Have you left 'anything f'mighti
in ; some -"xasea - be? appropriately
changed to: "Stop, have-you any
thing left?"' . rti-
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I JUST heard of the sad case of
a man who used 14sterIhVf1rBfcf
months and then found out thai
be was unpopular anyhow.
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RKFR WNL TO thesf Turkish
cigarettes. . , What a whale, of a.
difference jpat a few seen ta make.
THE "TROUBLE wjth the milk
of human kindness Is that so much
t it sours over night. .
IF PEANUT bntter sticks to tie
ribs like it sticks to the roof of fhe
mouth t must be right nourish
in'. . . .
I'M TRTIN to git . a local
creamery, to adopt this slogan:
"Every day in every way we're
gettin' butter and buttert ' . , ,
. WE CAN only hope that 1321
Will do to the , Charleston what
1925 did to cross word puzzles.
f WlfAT THIS country needs is
not itjor elastic ; currency but
something to make it naore: adhe
Vh ;,. ti&zZW
WHAT I CALLr gratitude is
when ,'sOme dame vwith-' a4 pro
pounced odor of green onions ' on
herV breath J gits ' up and sings
''Thank God for A darden:; ; ' '
CREATES LIFE, SAYS J
(Cntian ftoa (tf "
God around 4,000 B. C, hate been
mistaken, he believes his research
es prove,,- ''' ' :- '" '
Although born inBerea, Ohio.
3 $ .years -agoT Tie is of -Hungarian
descent and has difficulty with the
, Maznr has had little formal edu
cation, He 'did not complete the
elementary , scnooi. uv. v. xi.
SPEC1AI, ' BACT OBSERVED
r FOl FISH yfCTRIS
, GRAND JUNCTION, : ColoW
March 20 -Milton Gil ford, lo-,
ral ' sportsman, will ' offer ' but
terinjllk fed " angl : worms tos
. trout In vrvstcrn ' Colorado. this
season. Gifford. has
trl half foil pf the crawlers
and is "conditioning them on
fjc'terrnilk c o f f e e
Rrjmwls,". -vdhich lie 4Ver, will
make t!j-m; not nly n9 mVz
petlzing to the finny tribe but
touffhen and better. ableV;; to
withstand the hungry longes of
the fbJh. ; -
Frederick T heca'me interested in
him, and he .worked occasionally
around 'the physician's '-office. In
1818 he. vjaa graduated, from the
American College of-Bacteriology,
Chicago, wilh,the degree of master
ot hacteriplpgy He . maintained
smalraloratoryinv tri ' Freder
ick's office,,, and later; established
another, laboratory in hia father's
home 'iju ; .
He advertised hia seryices as an
analytical chemist and bacteriolog
ist in" some of the scientific peri
odicals and, got considerable work
from business ; houses He also
ma4e laboratory analyses for Lor
ain hospitals and physicians. -
SE ATTCEi; March 2 Q - ( AP.) 7-
The eeaiue : puoiic neaun ciinic
announced tonight it. will remain
open tomorrow ', to accommodate
hundreds of 'persons who tailed
to TeceIV,'vaccinations for black
smallpoii today" because the clin
ics stfDOry of sefum had been ex-
hausted. ftnew' supply" of vac
cine waMvexpected from California
tonight; fKIghCy" four amall'pbx
cases ' have been; vrej)orted "here
since January rT1""
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DANISH QUEEN DIES
CO PEKHAGEN, March 20.
Dowaeer Quene Louise of T)en-
mafk, who r has -been suffering
from 'pneumonia' died today.
FORi GOVERNORSHIP MHtaa? sm
to'voterai- ";X? ' 'r' y
T. A. Liresley, promiricht . hop
grower, banker and Industrial
promoter,' following requests from
A constructive program for the"
development of Oregon; impartial
administration of all laws; reduc
tion, in f automobile license fees
consistent with the state's obliga
tion for, bonded indebtedness for
construction and improvement of
highways. . r v - $
Opposed to the proposed Dennis
politfcs picked : up last week, with
UPTON ENTERS RACE
. FORi GOVERNOR!
(Coatmd from J--,
tional ' republican convention - in
1924. ; He seryed one term as-ih
iucwun ui 1110 uuusa oi rej)reen-
r, t IvMUii 'To iiV an. ..'m .f ? ntJ.
VVV "?J W-K- k.laaMa. Vt.
ticket, declaring himself .willing to
accept- the duties and responsibil
ities of mayor of ; Salem. If asked
to do . so by the people. Approxi
mately 700 names were signed to
tbe petition requesting him to con
sider 'entering the campaign. I .
T SaidT to he aligned X with liltf.
Liyesley. and ready to support his
program if elected, the following
.fThihitf 9 t n"tat-,0?ImeH:ar9 slated Jo for fjlec-
won .to nu the seven .vacancies
which will occur In Tlty cpuncil:
Ward 1, Roy Simeral. present in
cumbent ; Ward 2, W.' W.""Rose-
braugh, present incnmbeit; War ???kett ,a a republican. ; -
and -Inheritanra tn-r laws
FaTCtrs' a Just income, Jar" law
and trie that will relieve real prop
erty ohfers "of Some 'of tts 'present
bnrden. : - J-
r; Opposed to 'modification ,bl lfe-
q.uor, aw entorcemept hy local 1 r 5 "rr ? r aw H
(rcnip uuiwi tietveu ui sua rv
sponsible to the. peoples ) Vs
With: Ear ; Hace preyjonsljrt th
only declared ' candidate f In 4the
coming campaign for. mayor of Ba
lem, and present Incumhsint "J. Bl
Gtesv refraining from expressing
himself on the possibility of seek
ing a third term, intef est-tn-city
3; C S. Parker orrarLifCrX ".r
44 South Commercial st.; Y-'a- V
bent; . 'Ward ... B,V Itoss GooJm& ,
grocery man at 254T Fairground
Road; Ward 6, Watson Tounsend,
present Encumbent and Ward 7r
Harry Ijawkins, 15 West Lincoln
:iuri(i m l
With election growing -nearer,-
activity in "'political' circiea, ttxte
and; local, is expected to. pick' up
Withiri .the next few dayjal : ' 1 '
Barge E. Leonard 01 "Portland
has filed for the republican nom
ination ,for, representative in .the '
legislature for. (be lth represen
tative 'district, .comprising i Mult
2. .; Jarrett ! 'Beckett ot Portland
also'' would ; serve the people of
Multnomah county in the .,J.ow.er
house of "the legislature.', . Mr.
1 jtw x r
for Old Fcllis
W. B. CAUOWtdi'
AT THE ASK Of M
"While' Pr. W. B. Caldwell, of
Monticellor 111., a practicing physi
cian for 47 years, knew that con-r
stipatlon was the curse of advanc
ing age, he did hot believf that a
.'purge' or V 'physic' . every litth
while was necessary. vi;
To him. it seemed cruet that so
many constipated old people thad
to be kept constantly "stirred up',
and half sick by taking cathartie
pills, tablets, salts; clotael and
nastyolls. " - l;y
In Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Tepsin
he discovered a laxatlye which
helps to', ''regulate the bowelso
old folks.- Dr."; Caldwell'a Syrup
Pepsin not only causes a gentle
easy bowel' movement but each
dose helps to strengthen the bowel
muscles, shortly establishing nat
ural "regularity It never gripes,
sickens.' or upsets the system. Be
sides, it is absolutely harmless and
pleasant to take. l'iC!'-";?J
: If oast fifty." buv a laree 60-cent
pottle at'any store that sells medi
cine ana just see ior yourseit.
. r Ady.
Sojriethmgiyou have always
.wanted at a ridiculously;
i'": 'c - Just- think of it
fi'i??-jJor' only :
See ' - I
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;. .X-et us
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MADE IN SALEIVJ
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Ajso . all . kinds of Rubber
stamps i turned out, on short
notice at reasonable prices.
465 State Street
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An Epic,; Not
Just a Cowboy
A' Photoplay to Be
C o kit p a r d.WUli
The Covered Wag
on" and - "The Iron
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THE STORY OF THE ,
TO THE CHEROKEE
LAND STRIP LO
KANSAS ; AN H
OKLAHOMAj'.pf 1?89 j
Today. Monday . . .
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7 ; - " f r 'rlfiordsyed no-jy can make deliveryi of jrour spring
L,-W.;s V' :!fiuit Jby' Easter. .Why not look ahead a little and get 9
V . . suit to fit you one made to your individual measure.
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, ..r r 'inere no exira .cnarge ior tnis service- wny not Duy
v -f a good suit oqt-pt your earnings' rather than one that