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TIIE OREGON STATESMAN,-S ALEJL OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1926
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Special 10 Day Advertising Sale On
The Master' Health Builder
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Karnok is a purely vegetable preparation de-1 V,
veloped by a scientific blending of roots, herbs
and barks. It is a" new, sensational treatment - - lr
trial- has amazed the world bv its health' build- .d
mg power. j
Buy Now and Save 31c
V " V : Sold on a Money Back Guarantee
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CITY NEWS IN
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- Generally cloudy; cooler In In
terior; gentle rariable winds.
Tuesday Max. 76; Min. 58; Rir-er-0.1
falling: Rainfall none: At
mosphere part cloudy; Wind
'northwest. . '
.Ilullding Firrniits Issued-"..
Two buildings permits were
Issued Tuesday from the office of
.the city recorder, .William Kieper
-'took out a permit to construct a
one story dwellings at 1845 Sagi-
saw street at a- cost of 24500. R.
V. Grlner was. issued a permit to
"'erect a one story dwelling' at 185
. .North Twenty-third at a cost of
11,000. ' - - r,.
Get Your Rugs During the
s ' Make-room sale. Hamilton's.
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We Are .Ifow 'Registerin2
. Women rto ; Work at the Starr
- i S-ri Products Co., Church and
District Asks Time ' "
y The Crook county imprerement
district has ... requested the . state
irrigation and securities commis
sion to extend for a term of two
and one-half years state guarantee
of Interest on $95,000 of bonds
lrstted for development purposes.
The improvement district also has
I believe in . bringing
home the bacon for
; ; Marion County ;
, I ant a. candidate for
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LADD & BUSH, Bankers
- Established 1868 f f. .
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General Banians Busmesiftfi
Office Honre from
weens fT& OUUOQJDGGo.
., , - statu 5 r?r r ; ublrtt
requested an - extension of " state
guarantee of Interest5 on 194,000
of bonds for a period of two years.
The applications will be consid
ered at the . next meeting of the
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Furnitore Upholstery 1 l:
And . repairing. ' Giese-Powers
Furniture company. - " s20tf
Fined for Intoxication
J. A. Barker of this city was
fined $25 by Judge Poulsen Tues
day upon baring been convicted of
Hats Cleaned and Sloeked
76c Cash and Carry Cleaners,
362 Chemeketa St. f21tf
Special on Bedding Plants- ,
This week only at Greenhouses
15 th and Market, Geranium, etc.,
4 in., 21.00 do." Geranium, 2
in.' 50c doz. Aster, Zinnia, Mari
golds, etc., 15 cents per doz. No
delivery. C F. Breithaupt. m22
: Virgii Maasey was a visitor In
Salem Tuesday. He is practicing
law In Woodburn.
Reduced Prices '
On baty chicks,
and, 273 State, '
Escapes and Is Caaght
Stella Freed, age 43, was re
ported to have escaped from the
state" hospital early Tuesday morn
ing. About .10 minutes after the
report reached police headquar
ters Officer Thompson apprehend
ed the woman and turned her over
to. authorities of the hospital.
To work at Starr Fruit Pro
ducts Co., cor. Church and Mill
Sts. Phone 439.
Matches Arranged; , '
The Salem .high school tennis
team has arranged two tennis
matches , for the week-end.;; It
will meet the. Dallas high school
team Friday on t the local courts.
and .will journey to Corvallis Sat
urday to meet the Corvallis high
For Real Hat Renovating f "
Take them to Eaton s Hat Shop,
office City Dye Works, 141 S. Lib-;
erty. Phone 1919. ml9
filla McMnnn Lucky
Mrs. William C. deMille of Hoi
lywood has Just sent a subbtantial
check, to Miss ; McMunn for all
available copies of her little book.
"Down on the Farm." ; issued by
The Statesman last winter, in or'
F. N. WOODRY
;' AUCnONaaLti :
Pays Oaah For Fnrnitniw
'Reaideaee and Store
H 1610 Korta SnuMi
PHONE 511, 3
Underwood Typewriter Co
Direct Factory Braateh ' '
819 Court StreeC Phone
Typewriters' Rented, gold, i
Special rental ratee to ttmdeaU
107 D gfacw Telephone SS1S
10 ja. m. to 3 in. ' jjZ.
der to prace then in the public
libraries of California, as has been
done in Oregon, through the agen
cy of Miss Cornelia Marvin, state
librarian. - This clears up the en
tire edition," Another pleasant
surprise handed Miss McMunn this
week wasr the publication of her
poem, ''The Mystery," in the edi
torial columns of the Idaho State
News ot Pocatello, the same be
ing copied from The Statesman of
Sunday, where it appeared on the
front page. -;.:
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Leave for SontYi . '
George Paulus and his brother.
Robert C, are making a business
trip to San Francisco. They are
going in the furtherance of the
canned goods and dried fruits bus
iness. They plan to return to Sa
lem in a short time. '
When in Need
Of a piano, see the large and
beautiful stock of the finest pi
anos made; also tome of the
cheaper ones now on: sale at Geo.
C. Will music store, 432 State St.
To Hold Sale ? . 5 ,
A cooked food sale will be held
Saturday by the ladies ef the First
Evangelical church of this city.
The sale will be held in the ticket
on ice oi iiie souiitern facuic com
pany, on . Liberty street, between
Court and State streets. ' I
Get Your Berry Boxes
And Hallocks from us. Large
supply always on hand. Spauldlng
Logging Co. ml9
Woman's Club to Meet
The Liberty Woman's club will
meet Thursday afternoon, May 20,
for the last . session of the year.
Election of officers' will take place.
The ladies -are requested to bring
needles and thread to sew for the
health clinic linen chest. . '. r
Dance Thurs. Crystal Gardens-r-
Novak's v audfcttes peppiest girl
Flower Show Friday .
Tpe Salem garden club will hold
its third annual flower show next
Friday, May 21, from 2 until 8
o'clock' in the evening. In the; gar
dens of Dr. F. L. Griffith and Dr.
R. B. L. Steiner at the Oregon
state hospital. The public is in-
ited. A , nominal admisaion
charge will be made. x
For Sale - ' .": ij
Pedigreed Police ' Dogs, extra
quality. Reasonable price. Flake's
Petland. 273 State or Pacific high
way. ' ri- y - ra3tf
Tesi Spark Armttors
A study of spark arrestors . to
determine the most efficient device
available for commercial use is to
be undertaken by the state of Ore
gon, the government and private
interests, according to L. F. Crone
miller, assistant 'state, forester,
who returned here Tuesday after
attending . a meeting at Tacoma,
called by Minot Davis, president
of the Pacific Logging congress.
Spark arrestors of i six ' standard
makes are to be placed on donkey
engines in the- northwest for , ex-
The Battery Man
Call XJu' Then Se Hew
Quick W Gt Tkr. -i
' WTLLAim ,"
6S1 Ooart Bt.
FARM LOANS J -r
PROMPT SERVICE :
Bal Eatate ob - lanmtacs
Snrvty Bonds. - - .
P. IL. BG1J : ' '
820 XT. 8. Bank BUf. Pkoo 2174
GENERAL f 1
FREIGHT LINES 5
Operating ; In "' connection ' with
the Salem Navigation C04, from
Salem to Kugene; - -
v:; Daily " Trmcla" ;,"C";-
TRTJCH3 '- ANTwnmus r ron
.. -.-'I ,rahn-., .
Salem .phones, 987, Res. 210 SW
Eugene phone: 477 '
(In no way connected ' with
General Transfer lines.) ;
Orerland f Touring - 1034.
Like,. new. . Full balloon,
new . enamel, perfect motor
and a car that bas been well
taken care of and will glTO
real aerrlce. Yom mast see
this to appreciate what
wonderful car yon can get
for f3&0. -
perlmental purposes. Reports will
be prepared - daily In connection
with the operations of the spark
a r res tors, and ' these will be senV
to the committee in charge ot the
exDerimonts. ; Bruce Hoffman of
the United States forestry depart
ment - will have, charg of the field
operations'' :;.i.-jv' .
Jacouard Velonr Davenport
S79.C0. Hamilton's. mu
The wedding of Miss seima ui-
son to Mr. Sandforth of Oakland.
Cal., has been announced. They!
hare located in Oakland.
Enjoy a Saving by Attending
The make-room sale. Hamil
ton's, ml 9
The Parrish high school orches
tra, under the direction of Alice
Thompson, entertained the Salem
Kiwanians at their luncheon on
Tuesday noon with' several selec
Dance Saturday at
Clemens pavilion. Hazel Green.
Team on Way
t Members of the Salem high
school debate team that journeyed
to Massachusetts for the Atlantic
coast end of the cross-continent
debate left New-Orleans Tuesday
on their; way to Los Angeles.
And repairing. Olese-Powera
rurniture company. 20tf
To Attend Convention
Ed Schunke. president of the
Salem Kiwanis club. Is planning
to attend the International Ki
wanis convention, to be held at
Montreal. Canada, representing
the local club. He plans to be
gone for fire or six weeks on the
trip. . ' ,
Republican candidate for repre
sentative. Primaries May 21.
Lower Taxes. Less Law. Better
Observance. Better Law and Con
scientious Law Enforcement.! m21
Divorce Is Obtained .
Juanita Kennedy was awaraen
a divorce in the circuit court heT4lna "Tnr ' anI also nrohahlV in
Tuesdav from Eugene Kennedy.nl
a charge of desertion, my werif
married in Kelso, Wash., in Feb-
ruary. 1924. Mrs. Kenneay al
leged that her husband left her
during February. 1925. The de
cree was signed by L. H. McMa
han, Marion county circuit judge
Monarch Klcctrlc Ranees
Demonstrated. Hamilton s ml 8
SDeedlna Is Chariced
Fred A. tiarner oi Ionian a
was arrested here Tuesday by O.
O. Nichols, state traffic officer on
a speeding charge. The case has
been set for the justice court on'
Special on Bedding Plants
; This .week only, at Greenhouses
ISth and- Market, Geranium, etc..
4.in.tf 11.00 doe.- Geranium. 2V4
in - E0 ilni . Atnr. Klnnin.. Marl -
golds, etc, 15 cents per dos. No
vrnsner in fjperauon .
ine new -county , rocs: crusner
has been placed -In? operatfon M4..- tht. dnwn.Prer team and won
the Union Hill district and is al
ready, supplying, crashed rock' for
mai Becuon, a crew oi eigni
is empioyea to- operaie, me macu
Suits Cleaned ana tTeesed
f $1.25. a Cash and Carry -Clean
ers. Down town recelTlng of flee;
152 Chemeketa fit. :
The First Methodist Episcopai
church of Corvallis has sent out
invitations to attend the. dedica
tion services on 'Sunday, May 53,
at 10; 30 O'clock i,: . .;'-;: H;"
Women Wanted .
To worlc at. Starr Fruit Pro
ducts Co., cor. Church and. Mill
Sts. , Phone 439. ;
Flower for Porch Boxes
And bedding out; large assorts
ment' best qnality. , We deliret
Flake's Peltand . 273 SUte. m2tf
Candidates to Speak :
' Governor Pierce, Earl Race and
Mayor John B. Giesy will , be
among candidates who .will ad
dress members of the North Sa-
lorn Progressive club tonight. The
meeting ,, will take -place at the
community hall at 1998 North ;
Capitol, street.' --. John .Williamson, '
president' othe- club." will -: pre
side. . The public la invited to at-j
tend.-';' -c -V'-w.-' av '.:' lv
Hotel Marlon.. iX K;"
; r Dollar dinner, served B:4I to 8
erery erening.'';-r-- r' J2tf I
ue uui Give . '
A $5 box of candy for an appro-!
priate name for our new tea room
to- open .Thursday night. -.Voting
will be done on Thursday between
S and 10. -The Spa. rr al
No Xoneer Single ; - ' - :
- Fred -AW Erlxon, prominent faa- j
lem contractor who has .Just re
turned from an ; .. extend trlJ.
can no longer ' declare himself ' a
member ot the bachelorhood. Mrs.
Fred A; Erlxon was lnrtoduced
Tuesday at the Klwanis club, of
which he Is m member. They were
married April 28. at Kansas City,
Missouri. v';--:. .: -v -: J-. -. '
A Banjo-Hue for Graduation
x Present. .-, Ukeleles and banjo
ukes at all prices. Geo. C. Will
music store, 422 State St. ml 9
To work at Starr Fruit Pro
ducts Co., cor: Church and Mill
Sts. Phone 439. .
Declares for School Site
T; M. Hicks.- former president
of ' the Salem chamber f com
merce, and member of the Salem
Kiwanis club, told his fellow mem
bers at their : luncheon Tuesday
that he is heartily In favor ot the
purchase of Tuxedo Park as the
site for the South. Salem school
unit. He declared that every mem
ber of the school board is In favor
of the site. He urged members
to get out Thursday and rote for
the measure, explaining that every
taxpayer in this district is eligible
Men, for a Shave That Really
Pleases you, go to the Bon Ton
barber shop, 153 S. High. ml9
F. J. Lafky-v
Republican candidate for. repre
sentative. Primaries May 21. m21
Fined for Speeding.
C. W. Gatchell of this city was
fined $5 by Judge Poulsen Tues
day for haf ing driven his car at
an excessive rate of speed.
Hamilton's Have Expert-
Furniture repair men in all de
partments. Phone 29. ml9
Escapes and Is Captured
Police received the report late
Tuesday .afternoon that Jack
White had escaped from the boys
state training school. Tuesday
evening he was captured by Offi
cer Victor and turned over to au
thorities of the training school.
FEAR OF NEIGHBORS
(Continued from pare 1.)
count Cecil, Great Britain, who
pleaded several times for concen
tration on limitable armaments.
The task, Mr. Gibson said, was
beset with obstacles and difficul
ties, but he was convinced that
progress could be made if they ap
proached the task with readiness
to understand each other's prob
lems and patience to seek solu
"We have no right to disap-
; Doint our neonle." he exclaimed.
..They? have suffered too "much
and their lives are crowded with
i fears .of .future wars' .
Viscount Cecil frankly declared
that England's responsibilities to
her overseas -Dossessibns or man
dated territories were the meas
ure Df oossible reductions on her
fh fnmhi f- Ttrftih riiiRxri(.
w j,e thouaht.thaf reductions
Couid be made by agreement in
the size of cruisers and in the
number of 1 submarines. Yet he
asserted that the British people
'were" passionately desirous" of
securing a reduction ot arma
ments -"one of the chief causes
I of that high taxation which leads
SALEM DEFEATS ,
T Lli K
Locals Take Easy Vctory
b 4n H Pav II. of 0. FfOSh
ay U. of 0
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. DftlQUt 111(11 BWIVU u .
Innr twar tha Woflt I.vfin hnnAhJl.II
Uanad Tiiesdav afternoon when
i v tt..4i, . . .
by a score ot 5 to.0. in tne . nest
game tne local, nine nas piayea
An-rt shrv nrl did
- i th3l K-tterv Work for Salem, on-
posing Fletcher and ! Mootry- for
West, Lynn. Fabry allowed but
five hits.? r ;
j Salemfr started the .scoring in
the seeond Inning and secured an-
otBer run in the third. Two runs
were oetainea rn tne iinn . ana
the other In the sixth; West
Lynn .failed to put tho necessary
men on bases to cause any con
Salem high will meet the TJ of
0 freshmen In Eugene On Thurs
day and "the Eugene high school
' Northwest mills shipped 4185,
222. feet of lumber by water dur
ing 1925. I -
Spinal joints - out of place
is the!cause of, your back
ache and nervous troubles.
Have them 'put in. place. .
tTheJBest in Chiropractic ?
C23 Oregon ' fUlem
Mark A. Paulson, candidate for
state representative from j Marion
county, is endorsed by 'the HubJ
bard Enterprise in tha following
terms: 1 - :-' - . '
MMr. Paulson is a man. free from
ntanerlinctnolkical alliances or
prejudices, broad or mina, true oi
heart an American riC the stamp
of Lincoln. ; . The-.writer has
enjoyed his personal, and indeed
intimate, . acquaint anew
than 15 years ana an every way
h hu nroTen-lo be a splendid
sieclmfl of American manhood, en
ergetic, resolute and .meritorious
ihmntlinnt. ine r.Rierprj, o
pleased to, voluntarily offer this
Kifio MHnrkAment and - stands
roiHr tt &11 times, to recommend
men of his type who.5"er theIr
services In public anairs
PEACE FOREVER, PLEA -
OF STEIWER IN SPEECH
iOoatinate Xrots Pr 1.)
he Is asking the party to homlnate
him. he Is obligated to support xne
party in what choice it sees nt ro
make. He is not worthy to the
primary if he is not loyal to his
party." - ...
Oregon has a legal claim, ana
- Curtis . : '"..
In this city. May 17, MfiMfnr
nie E. Curtis at the agdof 8l
years. The remains- are - a me
Rledon mortuary. Funeral
nouncement will be made later,
In this city, . 492
teenth r street," May
Scott Fickiin, age 73 years, hus
band of Anna J.. Fickiin, father of,
Homer Fickiin of Alaska Mrs, C.
J. Ramsden and Mrs". W.W. Tay
lor of Salem. Also survived by six
grandchildren. Announcement of
funeral later from the Rigdon
v In this city May 17, Peter
Schmida. age" 70 years Funeral
services will be held on . Wednes
day. May 19. at 10 o'clock, from
the Rigdon & Son mortuary, in
ferment in I00F cemetery.
Harry Summers, age 13 years,
died at a local hospiUI.on Tues
day, May 18. Funeral announce
ments will be made later' by the
Webb funeral parlors- -t. . i
A COMFORTING THOUGHT
Tis sweet as year by year-we
Friends out of Sight in faith to
How . grows la. , Paridise our
store.'" " ' - v '"-:
WT. Rigdon & Son
Touring - - '510
Roadster - - - 510
Coupe - ;645
" Coach f - m 645
Ton Truck '395
" . Chafta OWy) .
Clear Plate Glass
0 cj-tE.'::?''.- a
certainly- a moral claim to-its own
resources, he said! The4 United
States did - not . purchase Oregon,
but; Oregon! came 'voluntarilyinto
the union. He declared;
We dealt Justly with the gov
ernment in the old ' days. It is
only, fair that it should be gener
ous to us now. Money from sale
of ptbiic lands in this state should
go to- Oregon." ; j -
la opening his address steiwer
declared that he is a fundamen
taltet in government. He, expressed-
the belief that, the precepts- o.
the;f6vnders of te constltutior
are. Jound and that the govern
ment was never intended to Do so
cialistic or paternalistic r Nor wat
there ever an Intention ;.to have
"over-eovernment.T W " j
He stated that be is opposed to
theJidea of 3,500.000 people being
employed in .the government ser-
vice". .The government can be run
Jusk as well and j certainty Tnore
chuanly with less , help, ne saia.
! believe in the; principles . of
the Republican natty."' he said.
Itthe party will bold to its prih-
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Xs. 1 i II i "77 : :
Old Fashioned Bar
Double Strength Peppermint
V HANDY FAUi-gji ;
Y u u "Mmiwl if 'A
S -v r X at
for Economical - Transportation
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At new low prices, the Improved Chev- :
rolet represents tlie biggest dollar fori
dollar investment everjoflTered in auto '!
mojbile history!' ' . '
: Every. model costs, lessl , Yet every '
model brings you the vital improvements
that have made the Improved Chevrolet
a national sensation i frrim the day it
"';; wa$ announced . ' ' I 'XX i
You get smoother, snappier, more flexible '
performance at every speed- You get the m
- newcomfortofmoreresiUentsprings;you " ' '
get 'the new beauty of newcolors in Duco .' ;
all this in addition to Ghevrolet8 time t
i proved economy and stamina-- in addi
' tioh to numerous features essential to
Tmdtbring satisfaction, such as modern
' three-speed torwrnissioni speedometer,
Alemite lubrication Ducd finish, and on
closed, models Fisher Bodies and balloon
' tires as standard equipment.- ;'
At I . ' . - ' " - ' ' v "
'Never before did your dollar, buy more
and one ride in the Improved Chev-
rolet will.proye tt.V?0.''-j:;r'
used in all our .enclosed cars.
' Opposite City Hall . , x;XXiMxx Salcin, Oregon '
EVERYONE IS-TALKING CHEVROLET ' ;; - '
nevle f 6r; aa-lndefinite time, to
The Willamette university quar
tet sang two numbers before Stei
wer started "his address. ' Before
the crowd, gathered in the armory
the , local . Acerican Legion drura
corps and Oscar - Steelhammer's
band futnished music; Mrs. M.
Carlton Smith -rendered a solo Al
lowing Sleiwer's address
WCCHISIE FUNDS SPENT
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live or elk tiaaesAhis. amount.-Par
!ithographi fu magazines, big ads
In Portland and outside'daU'es','ex
ienlve J placards, thousand . of .
postcards spread over the slate ard
traveling expencj cast big-juonev.
V6 wonder the mrrrut expression,
"The highest edT'atlonal office in
the" state burried in te Fhame ot
machine U politics euX'K3
mpaign funds. r -
No wavy glass - used.",.
ciples.: it win steer the "American