Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1926)
CITY NEWS"1'N -
- Cloudy and -unsettled north,
renerally fair th Portions "nt
?o moderate winds. mosUy. north
westerly. Maximum yesterday.
73- minimum. 50; river, 1.4,
Itinnim: rainfall, .02; atmos
phere, cloudy; wind, south.
- The Southern Paclfle company
Las filed with the public service
commission opplication for pcr-
'inisslon to construct four trade
fVroMiB orer Trade street in the
elty of Albany. rv- iT - r
'Business Women Press "VThlle- t
' you wait. Valeteria,- 485 Cen
Steamer Belnc Ttepsired. ; ,i4v
Tne northwestern. Mver steam-
er owned and operated bv th s
lenvNavlgation comnanr. nmA
fcolng annual repairs at Portland.
Aer its nuu Has been repaired. It
Is thought the Northwestern will
draw nine inches less WatAP a nit
this difference, officials of the com-
pany nope, will be enough to in
jure ail-year service.
License Is Iisw3d--- -'y'-A
marriage' license 'was applied
for here Monday jby Theodore CI
Roberts, a logger of Montesano,
Wash., and Elsie 'Ball 782 North
Front street. -m 'Mr'iTj .i
25 Per Cent Reduction- "
On & number of bedroom ant
dining room suites. -: II. I. Stiff
Furniture CoJr.yh. ;-.. 315
'isit Salem - . - "'"
Blaine McCord was in Salem
Monday attending to matters of
business. lie la the city attorn v
forWoodburnK' vVv ?".'..
Orthophonic VIctroLas - .
And Victor records, at Moore's.
I :. -.v .' tr ' v -: - 315
, Saxophone" and Slide Trombpi
Demonstaetlom w'MrJ Berlon,
"Heuscher specialist; ; This week
at Moore's. ;Dpnt(mlss this. IIS
Silrerton Man Jailed '
Herman Holm of Sllverton was
brought to the county jail here
Monday to serve a sentence of four
months. He .was found guilty be
fore Judge Brown in the Sllverton
justice court on charge of pos
session of a still.' .. .
A Wonderful Select!'
Of Fibre " Reed Furniture. See
the display in our windows. H.
L. Stiff Furniture.. Co., ,. 315
Marshall to Speak;
; The Salem Klwania ' club has
been Informed by Lieutenant Oak
ley Kelly, that he . will be unable
to fulfill an engagement to speak
before the Salem group at . their
noon luncheon today. . An accident
on 'the flying field In Vancouver,
where Lieutenant Kelly is station
ed, demands his presence there at
an investigation, he said. William
Marshall of the state accident com
mission, has been, secured to de
liver a talk. 3 . .
A' Wonderful' (Selection
t Of Fibre Reed Furniture. See
the display la our windows. H.
L. ; Stiff. Furniture - Co. 316
Picnic Is Postponed 1 '
' The Salem Lions club picnic.
which, was to- be held -on Thurs
day, June 17; has been postponed
untll.Wednesday,. June 23; it wasH
announced by Harry Scott, presi
. .dent of the clubVMonday.
vHave' "tou a JFlaa:? ftVl'
ti ..A beautiful American flag 5 by
' V 3 feet, for only 9 I, cents. See the
V coupon in today's paper for full
particular. - . mlOti
; - ? . - i
- Hearing Date Set
v William and Joe Brown of
Broadacres were arraigned in the
justice' court here Monday before
Brazier C. Small, justice of the
peace, on a" charge of possession
and sale of liquor. : They demand
ed a hearing and the case has been
set fcr 2 .o'clock Thursday. The
- Brown orotbers were arrested last
'Thursday night in the raid that
resulted in the death of John Ka-
borls and the arrest, of Christ and
Jim Angelos. '
Late season bargains on chicks.
Flake's Petland. 273 State St. Jie
Missionary Societyltfeete - t
v The WFMd of Lefclbi church will
meet Wednesday "aflertr&pn at the
.home of Mrs. Seleecl-Mrs. Linfoot
will lead the .deVoUonals end 'Mrs.
Leavenworth will. conduct the les
son. - . ' -1
Kim Ml Pianos IS
At Moore Music House.
? r .i
Patient Returns Home
" Mrs.'E. Rhodes of Labish Cen
ter returned home Saturday tro.m
the Good Samaritan hospital where
she. underwent a major operation
but, is reported . .recovering very
rapidly. ; ; " ,
; Harry Pearson is to be accepted
into the Salem Kiwani.i club at the
club's luncheon this noon at the
Marlon hotel." Pearson is a mem
br of the Eearson 4c Cooley com-
,pany, grocers. . .
Underwood Typewriter Co.
Direct Factory: Branch;
510 Court St. Phone -253
. Typewriters ITented, Sold,'
?v "., ; Repaired . ..' . . ; , :v
Special Tental rates to StudenU
TR ACYfS FUEL F
. 16TVD Street -Telephone 2313
Pays ' Cash For Fnrzuiure
Residence and Store r
- 1C10 North Bunrmer. '
: - raSrinsii
fTLtHZlshca tZlacm 1C1C!
Leaves for South , , T
Dr. B. H. White of Salem has
left for a trip to Pasadena, Cal.,
where he will -attend the silver
jubilee convention of the Califor
nia Osteopathic association. The
convention will start tomorrow
and will last for .three days. , ,
Return to Sal
I Dr. and Mrs. Walter Brown have
icturned to this city after m. sev
eral weeks' visit in the east. . Dr.
Brown Is director for, the Marlon
county shild health demonstration.
While in New York he attended
a conference of. demonstration di
rectors of the Commonwealth
fund. ; a'.;.' .
Application Is Denied-
- The pnblle, service commission
has denied; the , application of
Washington county for rehearing
of modification of an order pre
viously Issued in connection with
the establishment of an under
grade crossing under the tracks of
the Southern Pacific company." In
another order the commission
granted an application of the Mar
lon county court for a grade cross
ing over the tracks of the South
ern Pacific company.9 near Silver
ton! A petition asking for invest!-'
Cation of a hazardous grs4e cross
ing near Monroe -a as dismissed by
the commission. The commission
denied s petition of Harvey Cross,
county judge of Clackamas county!
for & signal bell where the Wil
lamette Valley Southern railroad
crosses Maple Lane. - In dismissing
the application the commission or
dered : the railroad corporation to
remove a certain - embankment,
which obscured the view "of mo
torists j ... , , t ., .. t ,
Let Us Figure ''.
on the Linoleum and Shades for
that new home. Hamilton's, 340
Court.- - :f J15
23 Per Cent Reduction .
On a number of bedroom . and
dining room suites. H. L. Stiff
Furniture' Co. - 315
On Visit Home-
Miss Opal Rhodes is home from
California for a short time.
Two Under Arrest - .
i Governor , Pierce " has issued
requisition papers asking: for the
return to Oregon of Carl and Jack
Worthier, N who are wanted in
Tillamook county for the crime of
larceny.: The men are. under ar
rest in' Utah. The governor also
has requested the return to Oregon
of MuriU Lehto, who. is wanted
in Clatsop county for larceny. He
is under arrest in New York. ;
Ball Funeral Today
W. J. Ball. 52, a prominent
wholesaler and retailer of Port
land and a former Salem mer
chant- who died Sunday, will be
buried in, Portland - today. Mr
Ball was well known here and sev
ers! years ago operated a store
Here and. owned the Ball farm en
the River bad. He is survived by
his wife', Levi, of a prominent fa Bi
lly here-, and two sisters in Tor-
A rf-i a "
Enjoy ! Your Vacation -
With good luggage. Hamilton's
340 Court Street. 315
We have Chevrolet Coach
just like new that has been
driven least than 170O miles.
This la real snap -for some
otoe at fSOO. ' :
Fined f jir Seding :
William Wharton of this city
was fined S5 by Judge Poulsen on
Monday for driving his car' at an
excessive rate of speed.
Parks Overtime - " - : '
' T. A." McLeod ojT thls' city was
fined $1 by Judge Poulsen Monday
for parking his car overtime. '
Engagement Cancelled v
Lieut. Oakley Kelly has sent
word to Nate Elliott, secretary of
the Salem Klwanls . club, that he
will be unable to be on hand' this
noon to speak before the dub as he
had hoped to.
Dollar .dinner, served- 5:45 to 8
every evening. . , j2tf
Maccabees Hold Picnic t
: . Maccabees from aU -sections, of
the Willamette) valley held their
annual picnic "at Jefferson Park
Sunday. Approximately 200 men
bers of the ordeJwere. in attend
ance." The morning was given
over to athletic events, followed
by -a luncheon at noon. Musical
numbers jand an address by Gov
ernor i Pierce followed. "I J. W.
Sherwood of Portland, state man
ager of the Maccabees, and George
Piel of Salem,. district manager,
alse gave short addresses. : .
And repairing. Geise-Powers
Furniture company. s20tf
Parole Law Applicable
-.-' Prisoners sent-to. the Oregon
state penitentiary to serve more
than one sentence concurrently are
subject to the benefits of the state
parole law. provided they have not
previously been ; convicted of a
crime. 'This was the substance of
a ; legal opinion prepared, here hy
L H. Tan Winkle, attorney gene
ral, at' the request of Governor
Pierce. The case at issue involved
a;man -whd was sent to the peni
tentiary to serve three terms which
run concurrently. . '
Baby Chicks' ; ' ! : ' r.
: Late season bargains on chicks.
Flake's Petland. 273 State St. ' jl6
Inventory Is' Ordered
V The state board of control or
dered- an inventory: of all state
property which' will, be submitted
to the legirlature at its. session
next January; A similar inventory
was completed here about a year
ago. . , .
rnrnltnre Upholstery 0
And repairing. . i. Glese-Powers
furniture company. . ; , 20tf
iKo Cltanr for Short CU irita
' Omr 8rric . Car K -.
S31. Court St. - Phone 188
. t ,'FARM LOA?JS
' : PROMPT SERVICE
SssX gUU LH lanraaes
' Siu l ; Sonds.
; - P. IL BELL
S20 U. aV Ba&k Paras -
, E. E. Bergman, superintendent
of the machine shop at Salem high
school, started, work yesterday jpf
sanding. and. refinishing. the desk
tops in the Salem 1 schools. ' H
made the machine himself, an
is figured . that the machine, jrun
by local help, will save thw dis
trict hundreds of dollars ea sum
New income business pr
What have you?. Also, for sale
new house. $2100, ISO down, bal
ance monthly.. Best buys in lots
In Salem, $400 to $600. Lone Star
Realty Co., phone 520. .m27tf
A. R. Nichols, state director of
vocational educaticn. has resigned
his position to accept a similar
one in ' the school system of San
Jose, Cal. He-will assume his hew
post in September, r . , f I -j. ;
Wanted at OnrcV 800 Ynrds ,
Dirt, day or graveL Phone'
59F12. . ' t jl
' - i i . '
Will Meet Tonight i ' A
The Salem council of organisa
tions, of .which Fred Thielsen is
president, will. hold a meeting to
night in the auditorium of the Sa
lem chamber of commerce. Dr.
E. L. Btunk will tell of the work
done - so far In Marion county in
dental examinations.- Dr. Vernon
Douglas will speak of communi
cable diseases and ways and means
of preventing them. - ! . '
PlckThem Toortelf-- .
"121 . Bt raw berries 5c a pounds
Bring containers. R. B. Duncan.
4 miles east on Garden Road. jl5tf
Building Permits Issued f
.Two building permits , were ls
sued Monday from the office of the
city recorder. ' Ben Pade took out
a permit to. alter and repair the
two-story dwelling at 226 Nortb
Fifteenth street at a cost of 2,
00. E. A. Rhoten was issued a
permit -to - construct a one-story
dwelling, at 1570 South Shurch
street at a cost of 500. , i;
Cswelier Refrigerators S t "
Tour size at Hamilton's, 340
Handbag Found ;
. A black 7 handbag containing
women's clothing, was found on the
street near the corner of Capitol
and Court street Monday by Offi
cer G. W.. Edwards and turned in
at the local police station. ; . .
Porch smd Summer Frnitnre
At Hamilton's, 340 Cofirt. - 315
; :; GENERAL' i ' f 1
Operating In cohnecttdn with
the Salem Navigation Co4 from
Salem to' Eugene. , ; ; v
: DaUr.Tncfca V-:fei'rA
v TRUCKS A?T)i W HERE FOB '
' HIRE k J-
Salem phones. $7, Re. 210CW
' Eugene phone': 477
, (In no. way connected with ;
, General Transfer lines)
i ; - f
LilDD fi: BUSH Driers
r Established 1868 ?
I 'jf- -' VGcndralBsnlimfj Biidlncii '-"'"ii T
l ft " ' s : - .. ...... : M
f: , Office' IIotDrs from 10 sw m. to 8 p m. , t , g I
Local Girls Rate Highly
Edith Starret, the Salem high
school girl who was chosen 'from
candidates all over the state 5 te
represent the sesquicentenhial
celebration in Philadelphia, rated
highly in the -vote cast by the spe
cial committee - of the Oregon
State Teachers, it " was learned
Monday. Out of nine votes she re
ceived, seven " first "places, - one
second place and one fifth? place.
She was low girl with 14 points.
The next lowest girl, which in this
case meant the girl of next best
rating, was Eleanor Cleaver, of
La Grande hirt)HahaaMis8
Clearer recasrea two nrst pmees
and hadrtotal of 38 points., Mil
Stacslt will leave this cltf on her
Auction Sale Today '-'
445 South Twelfth Street.
N. Woodry, auctioneer.
Inmate Leaves Fan
Orval W III! nil i Js6 mi inmate
oi iua w puis id Farm , eloped from
the farm Monday evening at about
s-oeioc:. Williams was aressea
in a dark brown suit and wore a
felf hat. He is light complectioned,
is 5 feet, 8 inches tall and weighs
150 pounds. '
Antique Tables, Chests, Beds,
, Etc at Mrs. Tletcher'9, 1365 N.
4th St. - - jo
Erixon Gets Contract . ' '-'
Fred Erixon, prominent local
Irvfng Vinfrig Says Travelers
Are Warned Not to 't '
,y Visit Salem.
Conditions at the Salem Munici
pal auto camp were rapped by
Irving E. Vining, president of the
Oregon state chamber of commerce
who addressed members pf (he
Salern chamber of commerce at
tneir noon luncneon Monday noon,
He declared that all up and down
the ' line ' on the Pacific highway
tourists. are. passing the word to
other tourists to. "steer clear of
Salem" as far as stopping at the
auto ,camp is concerned.
At Medford Eugene, Roseburg
and Corvallls, he said, courteous
treatment awaits the tourists and
In addition there are first class
accommodations. ' Instead of the
canvas top "dog tents' of the
Salem camp, modern log cabins or
other wooden structures are pro
vided. Also the community houses
in other camps. .are modern and
not displeasing to the eye.
'Another reason why Salem Is
not a mefcea for tourists, he said,
is that the .city has' no outstand
ing hotel. Traveling - salesmen
would rather Journey on to -Independence
or to Albany, vor to Cor
vallls where they can receive first
Class accommodations and at the
same time find food that Is pal
atairie. ;" ' . ;
It is detrimental to any city of
Sajem's size, he said. 'when; the
leading 'hotel must through ne
cessity ' refuse patrons baths with
their rooms. He also dwelt on the
fact that In the leading hotels
here Oregon food is not given, a
place of. prominence. ' -:-
He said that recently he had oc
casion to stop - at .a local hotel.
He entered the hotel's restaurant
r breakfast. He asked for some.
-egon' berries and was told, none
jre to be- had. Upon further
estloning, he said he found that
could only get grape fruit or
oranges in other words, ' he put
it, the restaurant was advertising
California and Florida, but not
Mr. Vining also warned against
over-advertising. He declared that
a. town that advertises and can't
make good every part of the ad
vertising, will soon suffer.' Al
ready the west indulged in so much
braggadocio, he said, that eastern
ers discount all Oregon and Cal
ifornia advertising fifty .percent
to start with," and discount west
ern speakers 75 percent.
my whole-hearted loye.Jand that's .without adhering, to. the league as
contractor, has been given the con
tract to tear down the building on
State and Liberty on the cornet
wjiere the new 10-story building.
of the FirsV National bank of Sa
lem is to be constructed. Undei
the terms of the contract the
building wili be completely remov
ed by July 1, or Just 15 days'
time. v v 1
Club Meets Today
' The -women's auxiliary of the
Sons of Veterans, will meet today
at the home of Mrs. Robins, 64$
North Liberty. street. The gath
ering will be in the nature of f
won . meeung.
One used Wagner Electric mo-'
tor-15 H. P., 1166 R: P.:M. sin$le!
phase, 60 cycle wIthUrter. Price
$225.. In good running order
Gideon Stolx Co. Jl 5
Dr. Tamiesie Buried : .
Funeral services for Dr. Augus
tus E. Tamiesie of Portland, who
was at one time a,, physician with
the Oregon staje .hdspiUl here,
were held Monday i afternoon in
Portland from St. Mary's cathed
ral, interment .was made in the
Rlverview cemetery in Portland.
' -. -- ... , -,
Pinedj for Possession '
W. E. Johnson of this city was
fined $50 by- Judge poulsen Monv
day for having Intoxicating liquor
unlawfully in his possession.
Bit For' Breakfast
FOR INFORMATION i
ABOUT RAILROAD TRIPS f
Phone 727 ;
Treated by Osteopathy and the
latest 1 Electrical ..Therapz ia
cludicg Dr. Abram'g Electroaia
System. 1 - -
No Charge for . ' '
: " ConsoltaUon ' ...
DR. B. H. WHrTE
Physician and Surgeon i ,
10$ U. 8. Bank Building ;
Ealemi Oregon, i-
Willamette university's . com
mencement V -.' -. S V . '
It has been one c( the most bril
liant and fruitful in the history bf
hthe institution: - - .' "
, . H .
TThe loyalty movement of the
silumni, for instance, will grow
into one of the biggest things ever
started to keep Willamette grow
ing and going in the right way..
V " -
The alumni banquet last night
was one of the finest ever held, in
every way. Not the least feature
in deserving was the repast rand
the serving of it. . That was uhder
the direction" of Mrs. Henry Van
devort of Salem. : A'tT.,
Six hundred thousands cans, of
fruit packed by : the eight Salem
canneries in one day.: That is go
ing some.' It will pass the million
mark one of these nne days, tnen
the two million mark, and on up.
Four artists of international re
pute are to be heard in alem the
coming .winter months, if the peo
ple of Salem show enough interest.
This will put Salem in a class with
New York, ; Boston, Washington,
Los Angeles, San Francisco, Port
laindk and other first class cities
wnere ..nese same . arusts appear
This is good business for Salem.
It will lift thU city culturally to
nrst place, ,'nere.. as tne, capital
of the state ahd an educational and
taiisical venter, it should right
fully belong. . , ..
Without :the housing and set
ting of the .new Elainore theater,
such attractions, as are being of
fered l as. mentioned In the above
paragraph, could not.be brought to
Salem. It. is fitting that Salem
people .should 'show their loyalty,
both on account of their new and
unique, theater and because of the
sffort being put forth to get Salem
into the class of first class cities
inv Ahia field, i.;., ; . .vi.
t? i i i i
: , . . . r - - : - - - a I
GHOICE ofTrsub Genuine
prange Blossom encacs-A'
i meat and wedding rings ia a 1 i-
tribute to the Judgment and ' "
good taste at the wearer; . . -
a i . xiAr.TsiAiiEb3. -
; taaar xal waters, Cocacr
Cm sag Ltkwty.
At. her. residence, S 7 4 ' . South
Commercial -street.f Mary; Jory.'-at
tne age or gs years. She wast, the
mother of ' George Ws Jory, ' Cv
jory, Mrs Lawrence D, Page, Mrs.
O. B - Miles. 411 of Salem, and E.
H. Jory of Independence, Ari-
nounement of the. funeral services
will be made later pf the Rlgdon
tc. Son mortuary.
. Wong Lung died at a. local hos
pital at the age e-f 62 years: -He
Had. lived in and- nearSalem for
J5 years. fFuneral"iervices will "be
held' at the Webb funeral parlors
at 2 p. m., Tuesday; Jane 15. In
terment in loor cemetery. :
" A ItKADJUSTSIENT- - '
-. .' ''. .. . -.-.j : . tn
- . .DEATH: - A readjustment of
life's forces. - , ' '- '
v " Elbert Itnbbard.
EDdAR POE NORMS
U Clay, pleaded rather than pro
tested : '-'Why, whatH mother
THINK? fl ; Why did you tell her
wed;come? Gee, we've got to go
now.-i - . .
" 'It- could notf.be expected , that
Eve .would be reasonable In her
present temper. MI'm notgoing,!
that's all. If I go anjwhere it'U
be to my home-smother's She
choked over that word, "home."
Since her, marriage she had- not
thought . of - anything - but this
apartment as "home."
"Tou mean you're . going to
leave me?" .
"I don't know, what I'm going
to do." ' , '
"Oh,f dear, please -"
.. Eve. warded off his outstretch
ed,' appealing arms. "Please don't
touch me." .
.... "There's no reason for you to
act like this . . . Eve, I lov you.
I do." . . ! -
, "So do you Jove FISHING, It
seems," she responded sarcasti
cally. , 'I' ,
. "On, God, I'm sorry Eve."
' His tone touched her, after a
moment she responded, "Please go
over to your mother's. Ill phone
her and give some excuse tor my
self that I have-to go over to my
mothers, or something."
t "Eve, you aren't going to leave
me?" . - .. '
iV'tTdon't know . ." Her voice
trailed away to nothingness. ' ,
. - As, he sat there staring at her
his expression gradually changed
with the trend of his thoughts, and
his lips became tightly compress
ed, nw;i'.': - -.. ,
"I know I did wrong, but if you
djdnt.love John Ingate you would
Eve "winced. "Oh, Clay! Oh!
Words failed her as a new wave of
' "You've never stopped loving
him," Clay pressed on: relentlessly.
, The only response was a soft
sob. . .
"You haven't any room to talk,
whatever I've done."
- To all of this her. inner self had
no answer, for it .was being borne
upon her in her sorely troubled
slate Of mind that perhaps she
bad wronged Clay.. .But even as
her thoughts bovered In this direc
tion they were brought sharply
back by remembrance of his. Infi
delity . And with. a very "com
mon woman! c That was what hurt
"I'll do anything you say," Clav
went on, "but you must quit work
ing for John Ingate.
Eve drew herself up with con
tempt ' showing in her. red, tear
soiled eyes. ''It I had not toiled
every day in John Ingate's oftice
to get the extra money we needed
to keep us going and pay your
gambling debts; if I had never
seen John Ingate or any other man
after our marriage; then, Clay,
Would you have been true to me?
Can 'youi honestly, say. so?" :
j , 8tk9 ceqld not hold his gaze. He
fumbled ; again for a cigarette.
!You. never wanted , to go any-
whererI ." . . . .
UShe broke in: "If there hadn't
been my income, what kind, of eve
nings out.could we have afforded?
How many shows do you think we
could ' have gone to? and how
many times do you suppose we
ipould hare gone to Charley's for
dinner? Dances, cost money, too.
You know ."
''You re always throwing my
small salary up to me," Clay in
terrupted. You .don't have to
spend a lot of money to have a
good time." He suppressed
awn ami- took up the comic sec
tion of the Sunday paper.
"Ohi you DO NT? - Well, you
haven't been getting along on less
than twice as. much -for spending
money as, I have for. all my petty
expenses, as well as all you can
beg out of me, and take out of my
purse.' Oh, I've noticed your little
thefts out. of my purse!" .
viThere's no use talking. Clay.
Youve' surrendered every right to
Car Service Asked
a 'large number of persons llf-
:ng between Kn gene and Spring
field-have filed protest with- the
pablie service commission against
the proposed action of the railroad
company in eliminating its street
car, servica between the two cities.
U was said that buses would re
place' the streetcars. -
: .fWarrenton Heavy lumber
shipments being made from local
Fhat you j . had v Oh. and I
thought you loved me
! fl do. Eve, I DO!" he protested.
Because went out with some
one doesn't mean that I don't love
you. -You wentcto places with oth
ers V,. Oh, Eve, dearest, all men
do. this sort, of thing.: Wires ought
to expect it. .The men don't mean
anything by it it's just naturaL
They can love a wife and still like
to ' fool with . others. . Just have
friends, I mean." ,! ;
His wife smiled grimly. "Do
you believer the rule ought to work
both ways j that what's sauce for
the gander; is sauce for. the goose?
Are you willing for me Co have all
the 'men; .friends I want?"
"But mfn are different. And
besides, you only want one man.
..She did; not - let him . complete
the sentence." And bave yotl di
these LODGE meetings?" l She
shrugged as she arose, and began
clearing away the breakfast dishes,-
which scarcely had been touch
ed. She was feeling better .now.
To thisj as she suspected, there
was no answer . . . What did Clay
see in thai woman? , And wherein
was that woman more attractive
than herself? . . In "her mind
there vwa4 no' comparison. The
thought of the commonness of the
other woman, hurt. It would have
been easier to bear if the rival had
happened j to be' more beautiful,'
wealthier,; with other charms. But
THAT woman! '
"I wish you would go to your
mother's,' she said. "She wants
to see you. I know. Please don't
neglect her. Clay. .You mean so
much to her."
"Please! go with me, dear , . . I
She shook her head. "I want to
be alone' today-. . . But I may go
out. before you come back."
' "I'll goj but you must promise
me you wpn't go away, leave me,.
"I can't promise that now,
Clay." , 1
"Eve," Is love you." He' pushed
himself down at her feet and wet
her hands j with many kisses.
"Oh. Clay, it used to be that
when you j told me that I was the
happiest woman in the world. Now
I'm the saddest," She looked re
flectively j out of the window.
What was' she going to do? . . . If
only she knew - WHAT to do . . .
And whatlwould.be best for. Clay
as well as herset
That afternoon, alone with her
thoughts, 'she made her "decision.
(To be continued.)
What does Eve deckle to do?
See the next instalment. .
in the case of Germany , while oth
ers "bold that resignation-from the
league! automatically " Involves
withdrawal from the labor organ
ization. - -
. Labor - officials, however, said
that Brazil : probably would be
deemed to be a member of-the la--bor
"bureau unless she specifically
resigned from itv -.
League circles made It clear tonight-
that despite Rio- Janeiro's
action the - league . .would not
change Its decision to offer the
post of director of the pudldal sec
tion of the secretariat, to the Bra
zilian jurist Raol Fernandez. This
position carries with ir the title
or under -secretary , of "the, league
for Latin America, Dr..Fernandes
recently was appointed master to
BelglumVbat efforts will be made
to induce him to accept the league
bertha ;k.v.. v..v ' . .
BRAZIL! SENDS NOTICE
TO CAPITAL OFFICES
(Coo tinned from pate 1.1
of the secretariat - " r , ,
The international labor bureau
is wondering whether Brazil's re
signation jfr6m the league implies
also resignation from the labor
body. Some jurists hold that a na
tion can belong, to. the labor office
Vr Z . lQ .
! Costs Only
ind covers all Injuries sustain
ed while driving, riding In or
on, demonstrating, adjusting or
cranking an automobile, or in
consequence of being struck,
run down or run over, caused
by the burning or explosion of
an -automobile. Cover! men
and women, all occupation, be
tween ages 16" and 65. ' Pays
21000 . accidental death and
$100' monthly, while disabled.
A liberal schedule of elective
benefits is at the option of the
insured. For further particu
lars call or write , , , v
Real Estate Iasfi ranee Loans
223 N- Com'L Phone S
The Great Wheat Produc
ing Belt in Washington
Is now and will continue to attract the
wheat farmer to a greater extent than ever'
before. . t '; : 'vs'-C'' '
as the; price of wheat continues to advance and the wheat pro
duction of the middle west falls lower due to the deterioration
In soil fertility and the same condition applies to all. the older
wheat:1 producing territory both-in the United ' States and the
European countries. So th"e wheat farmer that secures a good
wheat! farm now has a better opportunity to succeed -than they
ever had and that class of land is bound to, rise rapidly in val
ue. We believed , this condition was gradually develpping sev
eral years ago and bought, about a section of. fine wheat land
just at the time when many wheat farmers were: discouraged
and leaving much of the land not farmed. However, some of
these same farmers are back now tronger than ever as wheat
producers. -We are not offering any-of our own land for sale,
but we have several sections of good wheat land for sale owned
by non-residents who cannot look after their interests person
ally and therefore are offering their land at an. extremely low
price and veix favorable terms. The price If sold "soon. Is from
1 10 to SIB an .acre for the various tracts, not less than, one half
section to be sold separate. Owners will accept not-less than
15 per cent of the purchase price paid - cash and the. balance
paid in annual payments of 10 per cent of the purchase price.
This land is well located, a deep loam soil, practically all in cul
tivation and some of -the tracts . havei. buildings and Improve
ments on and are. good wheat farms.. We' have jnst received a
sample of the growing wheat on a portion of the land and will
be glad to hava any one see the sample at -our office," the-wheat
is estimated to make from 16 to 20 bushels to the-acre and one
man . and an elgat-horse .team can farm a section. : Now s just
think) what this means on land purchased at such an extremely,
low price and such- favorable terms. We expect to go to har
vest a section of our own wheat in a few days and wUl be
glad to show this land to any one. interested in buying a good
wheat farm. ' . .- ' " ' ' i'-: - ' - -:
j ' ; - s : See .
Wells Tallmah & Son
At Once at 216 Masonic Temple
Telephone 618 :r
! ' r'k ir-m U Mr -v -n m. - -
V; - ?TImc- to ! Picls Your Lambcrto
' y Vx 'r: ; pji'i - A few fiKowcrs .Vill ruin thcrh, 1 ,' . - W
v v ; : lUeliYcr to warehouse, east end of Polk county bridge
. TELEPHONE 2 J75
VE PAY CASH
r . ... i