The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, June 23, 1926, Page 8, Image 8

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,. . ' ITXC QREGON STATESMAN, SAU3M. OREGON ' - " , yEDNESDAY MORNING j JUNE 23, 1026 ' ,
- WEDNESDAY MORNING,! JUNE 23, 1026
DIES WHILE SWIMMING
MABSHFIELD - MAX.- S.V MKETS
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I J Term an ' Strobmeler, 35, was
' drowned - this afternoon while
swimming in .the : Coos "bay com
pany reservoir. lie leaves a widovr
and two children! r f ; ? . -
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, Seaside- Ten-mile section of
Roosevelt ' highway, ' Hamlet to
Cannon Beach; to be rock-surfaced.
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ALL" ALONG, THE LINE FROM SOUP TO NUTS
Not on one or two items, here and there, just for bait to
get you in and make you think you are getting bargains
but all along the line, a definite saving on virtually
every item. The following items wil ; convince you of v
the sound economy of placing all your grocery, orders'
'with us: YV ' '. 'ri'r'.'r-:.
This
Dandy'
MUFFIN PAN
and 1 lb. of
CALUMET
Baking Powder For
Fig BarS Chocolate Covered, lb....... 25C
Lima Beans 2
25c
Beechnut Prep., 2 cans... !l)C
Spaghetti
Oysters
Very best, 5 oz. cans 2 for; 25c
Fancy Shredded,' lb..
20c
Jeil-Veli 3 package, for. 25C
Pineapple
Sliced or Crushed
Fancy 15 oz. Can
15c
Campbells
3 cans for
25c
COffee high grade, 47c lb. 3 lbs.. ... $1.35
As Pete would say: "The cup that cheers but does not
7 ' inebriate!"
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Phone 1-2-6-3 899 N. Commercial St.
, . 285 Feet of Parking Space
$5.00 Orders Delivered Free
UNITED GROCERS OF OREGON STORE NO. 100
Troup Six, Sponsored by Ki
wanisj Reviews Tender
foot Tricks f
. A demonstration of Boy Bcout
work by members of troop six
featured the Kiwanis club lunch
eon In, the Marlon hotel yesterday
moon.' Troop six. which war or
ganized March 10, Is sponsored by
the .local Kiwanis club. '.
Among the scout work given
were the scout law, by Jay Burl
eson; scout sign, by Clifford Glea
son; scout salute, by William
Gahlsdorf, Jr.; scout handclasp,
by Howard Pugh; history and sig
nificance of the American flag, by
Robert Utter, and the scout oath,
by Wm. Gahlsdorf. Jr. -
A first aid demonstration by
Pat Carabell, Russell Rankin and
Paul Hauser created considerable
Interest. It included several ban
dages, two methods of ! making
stretchers, and artificial respira
tion. Samples of knots learned by the
boys were made by Jack Bush,
William Bush, Paul Hauser and
William Yarnell.
. All the work demonstrated con
sisted of things learned by the
boys for taking a Tenderfoot scout
examination. . f
The next appearance of troop
six will be on the state house lawn
July 10.' The boys will establish
a camp and give other demonstra-'
tions of scout work.
Director's Department Store Is
building up a reputation for guar
anteed merchandise; conducting a
real department store; makiox
steady progress, too. ' (
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W. O. Krueger, realtor; progres
sive, fair; equitable. "Crowing city
and country make possible buy
that will make you good money.
Complete listings. 147 N. Com'l.
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PAHS' III
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COUNCIL
New Constitution and By
Laws; Recently Redrawn,
Are Placed in Force
The value of the union label to
organized labor uuions was stress
fid by C. U. Taylor, secretary of
the Oregon Federation of Labor,
at a meeting of the Salem Central
Labor council last night. He' told
of what the label stands for in
Improved working conditions and
high quality goods in shops where
it is displayed.
Valu6 of. educating children in
knowledge of labor conditions was
also stressed by Taylor.
Otto Hart wig, ex-president of
the Oregon;, federation, ;spcke jpn
the purpose of iho federation .and
the work it does.' v : " ' . - ,
The local painters' union; which
has recently withdrawn Xrom , the
Central council, was re-affiliated
last night; - A committee from the
painters discussed the .reasons for
the ".reunion.' ,,v;;i .
,The constitution and by-laws of
the organization, which, had been
recently revised, were adopted by
he council last night. One thou
sand . copies will be printed , and
distributed, to members.:
Hart man Bros, jewelry store.
Watches," clocks, rings," pins, dia-.
monds, charms, cut glass, silver
ware. .Standard goods. State at
Liberty St, - (?)
C. A. Lutny. Keliable Jewelry
store. What you are looking for
in Jewelry. Where a child can buy
as safely as a man or woman. Re
pairing In all lines. ()
1924 DEATH PLEA
ELD NO
Tell Progressive- Civilization
League That Petitions
Are Too Old
HUB TO PRESEWT:
EDUCATION TALK
Will Take Part in Conference
at Eugnee Set for
June 25 and 26
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'G. W. Hug, superintendent of
schools, will take part in the pro
ceedings of the educational con
ference to be in Eugene June 25
and 26. . Mr. Hug will discuss a
speech to be given by Dr. B. W.
DeBusk on "Scientific Measure
ment and the Improvement of In
struction." Dr. DeBusk is direct
or of research for the Portland
public schools.
Other speakers at the confer
ence, which is under the auspices
of the University of Oregon sum
mer session, are Dr. H. D. Shel
don, dean of the University of Ore
gon school of education, and Dr
J. II. Baker, clinical psychologist
of the Detroit public schools, and
Dean Marian A. Brown of Univer
sity high school, ; Oakland, . Cal.
Members of, the , summer session
f a c u 1 1 y and educators ' from
throughout the state will present
problems in education. ;
Gabriel Powaer .supply Co.,
lumber, building materials, paints
and varnishes, roofing paper. . Get
prices there and make a big sav
ing. Office. 175 S. ComT. (
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At Shipley tne ladles of Sales)
.ave satisfied themselves that they
can get the finest spring and sum
mer frocks, coast and dresses ever
shown in this city.
Bonesteele Motor Co., 74 S.
Com'l, has the Dodge automobile
for you. All steel body. Lasts a
lifetime. Ask Dodge owners.
They will tell you. .(.)
H. T. Love, the Jeweler, 335
State St. High quality Jewelry,
silverware and diamonds. The
eold standard of values. Once a
buyer always a customer. ()
38B;S81 PEIHTS
ISSUED DRIVERS
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Mar-ion County Stands High
With 25,724, Polk: Re- :
ceives 6,695, -
Motor vehicle drivers permits
'.'.! M bv the state dpartmeit
since July 1, 1920, total 380,561..
Thej law became effective on tnac
date. . Permits Issued to ; special
operators total 921, students per-
mita 370, and duplicates to re
place originals that were lost or
destroyed, 4i,4S6. '
The number issued by counties
Is ai follows: BaKer. 6334; Ben
ton.l 6996; Clackamas, 15,933;
Clatsop, 8291; Columbia, 6712;
Coos, 11,144; CrooK. idu; uurry.
1156; DeSchutes, 7225; Douglas,
9443; Gilliam, 1C50; Grant, 1C74;
Harney;" 1340; Hood River, 4751;
Jackson, 13.R12; Jefferson, ii3or
Joseptiihe47P3r"Klamath, 8S7C;
Lake.1562;Lane, 20,270: iinl
coin, 2081r LInn,H,G0fi; Malheur
8125; Marion, 25,724; Morro
6695; Sherman, 161&; Tillamook
4873; Umatilla, 12.681; Union'
7 662; Wall6wa. S 4 3 4 ; WaW
il32; Washington 12.137; Wheti
cr. 609;yamhill, 10,167.
' Cross Meat ' Market. Bigg,
busiest and best in Salem. Choi
est steaks, bacon, hams, sausage
lard, eggs, milk. Absolutely Ban!
itary. 270 State St. (j
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The Electric Restaurant serrea
elegant meals: and' lunches. Try
them; you will come agaMtan,!
bring your friends. Best lnVSLin
479 State St. ft
' I A. Scheelar Auto Wrecking
Co., oldest in the , Willamette t&i.
ley. New and used parts and
equipment. Low prices and qaai.
ty service here. 1085 N. Com'l ()
Signatures secured to an initia
tive petition circulated in 1924 to
place a measure on the ballot of
that year can not be made use of
in initiating a measure to appear
on the ballot at an election to be
held this year, according to At
torney General Van Winkle. The
opinion of the attorney general
was given-to Secretary of State1
Kozer in connection with the at
tempt of the Progressive Civiliza
tion ' League to revive petitions
which bad been circulated in 19 24
in "Order t oplace an anti-capital
punishment measure on the ballot
at the election in November of
that year.
First National Bank, the bank
of friendship and helpfulness in
time of need. Interest paid on
time deposits. Open an account
and watch your money grow. ()
SALEM
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Powers' 60th
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Giese-Po wer s Furniture
Big Savimigs on Home,
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Throughout the entire store
You are welcome to credit
on iany purchase you make
even at these special prices
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TO JOIN ft EllfJG
Twentieth Annual Confer
ence on Religious Educa
tion Set June 29
Salem delegates are invited to
attend thfc convention of the Polk
county council of religious educa
tion to be held in the Methodist
church at Dallas June 29. This
convention will be the 20th an
nual gathering of its kind.
H. J. Elliott 13-president of the
council, and his wife. Mrs. Elliott,
is secretary-treasurer. District
presidents include E. A. Tedrow,
C. A. Peterson and Mrs. C. H. Gii
iam, and P. C. Ewing.
The program ia full is as fol
lows: Praise service, Mrs. Ray
Henton; devotional, Rev. F. . L.
Cannell; leadership training, Mrs.
Jean M. Johnson; educating the
primary, Mrs. B. Y. Allet.n; "How
to Handle Mixed Classes," G. A.
Peterson; "Dramatizing the Bible
Tor High School Age,1' Mrs. Jean
M. Johnson: questions. Noon, a
oasket dinner in church basement.
Afternoon Meeting of officers,
pastors and superintendents, to
plan year's work, including budg
et; " Working with the Begin
ners," Mrs. Elwyn Craven; report
of Birmingham convention, Mrs.
Jean M. Johnson; week-day social
problems of youth, Rev. L. H.
Wtllard; "A Balanced Sunday
School," Benj. J. Kimber, and
business meeting. '
WATCH FOR THE ANNOUNCEMENT AIJJD WAIT FOR
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3rade Ctothing
AND
Furnish fill
Goods
WHERE YOU HA VE A SELECTION
For months we have planned for this occasion, and very
willingly many large .
Manufacturers land Jobbers
have cooperated with us, enabling us to now offer the public q matchless showing-
and unequaled selection of
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MEN':
BOYS' CLOTHING
AT PRICES THAT, UNDER ORDINARY CIRCUMSTANCES,
WOULD BE IMPOSSIBLE
R EMEMBER THE
Saturday, June 26th to
Saturday, July 3rd
AND THE PLACE, YOU ALL KNOW SO WELL'
BISHOP'S CLOTHING and WOOLEN MILLS
STORE
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PIECES FOR THE LIVING ROOM, BEDROOM AND DINING ROOM GAS RANGES RUGS
IN EVERY INSTANCE FAR BELOW REGULAR USED PRICES
A drastic clearing of several hundred pieces of used furniture bedroom, dining room and living room piec
rrodd occasional chairs and dining chairs gas and wood and coal ranges rues- kitchen cabinets--in fact
every wanted item for the home. A large department crowded with bargains scores and scores of nieces re-
l duced to new loW levels for quick selling in many ins tances 25 to 5 0 per cent below regular used prices. Ow
v ing to 4the f aqt that quantities are limited on most of these items many being one-of-a-kind in stock all i ad-
-IOP EARLY! , "
items are subject to prior sale, f SI
You Are Welcome to Credit on Any Purchase You Make--
nvei qx inese special if rices
USE
YOUR
CREDIT
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WE
CHARGE
NO INTEREST
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