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THE OREC.W STATESAIAN. SLEM. OREGON i !: SUNDAY MORNING. JUt'Y-1S. 1926 . ': -
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PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED BT
SPAULDiNG Logging Co.
Salem, OregonTelephone 1830
IG SCHOOL JOB
Lighting Fixtures and Black-
boards to Be InstalledStM": "SLSlfr SiL40? :w"1'
to Be Ir
Work of - remodeling Salem's
high schol building; Is nearly com
pleted "The' plastering has been
dona downstairs and is nearly fin-
inttf "upstairs. The lighting fix-.
twc are 4n an. the blackboards
fer the new classrooms will soon
be-installed. ' " .'
Stairways leading from the west
entrance to the third floer wlfl
be Installed as soon as they ar
rive from the mill, where they
are being made id finished form.
Alt baseboards and window cas
ings on the second floor have been
Flooring and woodwork on a
small back hall leading from the
second floor hallway to . the rear
of thp auditorium has been com
pleted. Capital City Cooperative Cream
ery, idilk, cream, buttermilk. The
Buttercup butter has no equal.
Gold standard of perfection. 137
S. Com'l. - Phone 299. ()
Press Shrine Planned
in St. Johns Cathedral
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7JEW YORK. A national
shrine will be dedicated to the
Press in the new Cathedral of St.
John the Divine, now under con
Framed between two mighty
pilars, .the , Press Bay, one - of a
series of fourteen chapels opening
from'the sides of the great naves,
will be built by men mnd women
of ' the profession as their contri
bution to the arts and professions
ot the world. The Bay will be
tn 'classic . Gothic form and. will
" rie 115 feet from floor to vaulted
rooL Two stained glass windows
wAVU Hgat ; the interior and th
chapel window will record some ol
activities of (he Press and Its
Plan Number 506D
Type Duplex House at Small Cost
part in the progress of civiliza
tion. The cost of erecting and equip
ping the chapel will be approxi
mately $200,000 and a national
committee, headed by William T.
Dewart of the New York Sun, will
further the project by soliciting
funds from members of every
branch of the Pres industry. The
P. L. Wood and Geo. F. Peed,
real estate, 344 State. Farms and
city property. They bring buyer
and seller together, for the bene
fit and profit of both. ()
VIENNA'S CHILD PRODIGY
VIENNA -"Nils Christian Nil-'
son, six' year old son-of the noted
composer Christian Nllson, is Vi
enna's latest child prodigy on the
stage. His first appearance in the
role of the' Italian boy in Hof
mannstal's "Christina's Home
Journey," won him a great suc
cess and. the nickname of "Jackie
Coogan Number Two."
Nils is a. precocious youngster
with an Ingenuous repartee. ;
Army and Outing Store. Biggest
bargains In cjothing, shoes, under
wear, hosiery, gloves. Valises and
suit cases. The working man's
store, 189 N. Commercial. ! ()
Burgess Again Io Train !
Ederle; Has Engage&lTug
i BOULOGNE. Two American
girls twho will attempt, to swim
the English Channel this j year
.hare, engaged T. W. Burgess -who
conquered the treacherous waters
in 19 11,' to supervise their rain-
In addition to etfrwde iiaerle,
who failed in her effort Uut year,
Burgess also wllj coach Lillian
Cannon of Baltimore, Miss Ederle
lias already engaged . the tug
"Alsace" to acompiny her on the
attempt, while Mies Cannon will
be convoyed, by the tug ,"LaMor
tnle. The latter' Is expected, to
make one of tU4tarly dries' in
July, if thereethsrl? suitably
-.Dunkirk, the . home town of
Jeanne JSlon, wo " reached, within
The duplex house has proved
an excellent investment for
many Portland families of mod
erate means, instead of paying
rent the builder uses half the
structure and derives an in-j
come from the remaining floor
space. Frequently two small
families will combine their re-j
sources in financing construc-i
tion of a duplex and find con
genial companionship in thej
occupancy of adjoining suites.j
but the investment feature is,
more often the incentive forj
buildings of this class.
The accompanying design for
a duplex has many obvious ad
vantages of floor plan, com-;
bined with a pleasing exterior.
Its resemblance to a cozy single
family dwelling makes this
type of duplex less objectiionf
able than other types to a
strictly residential neighbors
hood. It may be finished in .
clapboards, shingles or stucco.
The living rooms are large
and well adapted to furniture
placements. " Dining rooms are
of. ample size and each is pro
vided with a disappearing wall
bed. Kitchen and breakfast
fiook are well arranged. Stair
ways to the basement and
upper story are handled with
economy and bathrooms are
well placed in relation to othei
An upstairs chamber 14x11.$
feet in size adds materially to
the advantage of either suite.
Each bedroom has closet space
and a storage room also is pro
vided on the upper floor. ;
two miles of the English coast in
her channel effort last year, ! has
placed at her disposal the tug "La
France," commanded by Captain
Lemaire, who convoyed Tirabocchi
the Argentine. In his successful
swim of 1923.
Channel experts believe that
Miss Ederle and Madame Sion
have the best chances among! the
women accomplishing the feat this,
Over the Rent You i
The amount of money you are
paying out in rent will buy or
build a home.
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Second Floor Being Polished
and Prepared for fes
The second floor of th Giese
Powers Furniture company's new
annex in the rear of the ipresent
building is being polished and
prepared for the big
dance to be given there
future as soon as the building is
ready for use.
The compressed air apparatus
in the finishing room of the annex
on the first floor is in operating
condition and has already been
used to paint some furnitu
paint is sprayed on with
run by compressed air,
resulting coat of paint : is more
even than the best hand painted
coat could possibly be.
The spraying machine jis in a
steel lined, dustproof roon, and
the refuse and oil from the room
is blown out the rear by means of
a fan operated in connection with
the compressed air machine. The
paint is made into spray by action
of the gun. . and when it is blown
into the air through the fin, it is
so fine that it is completely dry
before it gets outside.
A stock room, in which furni
ture is stored, fills a large, part
of the lower floor. There
a linoleum stock room, a
and loading space, and a. snipping
md receiving room, into Iwjhich all
the furniture from outride is
The formal opening and dance
to celebrate it will be heM some
ime in the near future, jtle exact
date not yet having ben an-
nounced. The large room
second floor in which the dance
will be held is an ideal dance
floor, it is said, and is as ismooth
and spacious as moat floors de-:
signed solely for that purpose.
The Opera House Drtig
Service, quality, low prices
ship give increasing patronage.
Old customers advise friends Xo
trade here. High and Court. ()
Channel Swimmers Favor
Strategy of Land
BOULOGNE. Swimniers at
tempting to cross the English
Channel this year favor ja line of
attack mapped out by a f landlub
ber' 'to cope with the tildes, as
against the advice of both French
and English pilots.
The course and the proper time
of entry into the water have been
worked out by a railroad engin?
eer, M. Douai, who has been ' a
channel swim fan for several
years. Douai's plan was udopted
by both Enrique Tirabocchi of the
Argentine and Charles oth ofi
Boston, who covered the Jistanc"e
in 1923 in much quicker time
than the three men who preceded
them in crossing the channel.
Whereas seamen have! main
tained that swimmers should en
ter the water with tbie i fairing
tide. Douai's plan calls tor the
start to be made four ihojurs be
fore full tide at a certain spot
near Cape Griz Nez. Here 'an ebb
current carries them toward the
channel until a rising tide- takes
them toward the North ei. After
between fifteen and jseVenteen
hours in the water, thej shimmer
is then caught by an ebb tide and
borne toward the English 4ast.
and ask us
275 State Street
work on iiAr
Two Local Firms Get Con
tracts Competing With
13 From Portland
Pratt iand Rasmussen, with bids
of S217S for plumbing and $2424
for heating, and Fleener Electric
eompaay, with a bid of $2700 for
wiring, are two. local firms which
were awarded the contracts for
these jobs on the new unit of the
Salem i hospital in competition
with 13 Portland firms which sub
mitted bids for the same contract,
it was announced yesterday by
Cuyler ! Van Patten, general con
tractor! for the construction.
The work of building the new
unit, which is expected to take
about ;four months, will begin
Monday morning. The construc
tion type will be the same as that
on the main building. It will be
of reinforced concrete and com
The : unit is expected to cost
$33,000, and will furnish added
space for 34 patients.
GabEiel Powder & Supply Co.,
lumber, building materials, paints
and varnishes, roofing paper. Get
prices there and make a big sav
ing. Office, 175 S. Com'l. ()
Absence of Family Names
, Shows Turkish Democracy
CONSTANTINOPLE. That the
Turkish people have long been
democrats at heart is indicated
by the- absence throughout Turk
ish history of family names.
No Turk receives the tag of a
famous or infamous ancestor, but
each starts fresh with the new
name whispered in his ear at
birth by his parents.
President Kemal, for instance,
is known to the world a. Gazi
Moustapha Kemal Pasha. Only
one of these four names, that of
Moustapha, was given him at
birth, and as plain Moustapha, he
passed his boyhood. As this is a
common name in Turkey, one of
his school masters added "Kemal"
to distinguish him from the num
erous other Moustaphas in the
class. His other names were added
for various accomplishments.
Open For U. S. Students
NEW YORK (By Associated
Pres3) Several old world uni
versities, for centuries the mecca
of the Abelards and .JSiasmuses of
every country, vill this summer
throw open their gates lo bands of
Oxford will take under the shad
ow of its "dreaming spires' 450
American women, teachers and
college graduates. A summer
school, on the American plan, will
offer courses in English literature
and history at four of the women's
Trinity College, Dublin; will re
ceive up to 120 men and women,
who may study the social sciences,
the humanities or languages, in
cluding Gaelic. It will be held
July ID to August 26.
Berlin offers to an unlimited
number of Americans courses in
German language and culture, or
in the country's educational and
; 8 U 1
Let Us Figure Your Metal.,Wlfe
332 North Commercial Street-''
Star Exchange Moves Into
One Half, Other Is Still
The downstairs portion of the
new Lauterman annex on North
Commercial street has been com-
Dieted, and one half of it is al
ready occupied. The Star Ex
change has moved into one half
of the store portion of the build
ing there. The other store space
is for rent.
A stairway between these two
store spaces leads to the second
floor, which is nof yet completed.
It will not be finished until the
annex to be constructed in the
rear of. the Argo hotel has been
finished, when the two will be
joined and the upstairs part of
the present building will be made
into hotel rooms.
Artistic Photographer Is
Ford Sterling In Private
HOLLYWOOD. Cal., fAP)
When Ford Sterling, the film com
edian, is not working he often may
be seen out in the country snap
ping pictures, or, with cotton
Your last sntnQie i
A shingle that you lay on your
lis the last shinele voull ever need to !
on that roof.
i .1 oit
'Asoestos oniBgies suouia asi as long ;
the building they protect and embeUis
lore made of asbestos fibre and Portland
cement formed under tremendous hy
'draulic pressure. There is nothing in
them to rot or decay. They are abso
iutdy fireproof. They never needpainfc
jjng or itfinishing.
Write, call, or relephbnens fbrfull
particulars. Let us give you an estimate
bf your toofmgjtjxtOQfsiQ
1405 X. Front Telephone ISO
- Guarantee rull -Value
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efutrwi In his ears. . attending a
theaterof the spoken drama.. . .
JJe I otq - .befcouiAn.g . a . corned ian
even beforrth.e old JCeystone eom-
nanv days. Sterling dabbled -lit
jainiinfi and sculpture. After be
ginning his screeji career, this
hobby, according : io his descrip
tion, was too widely' separated
from work,-s he tdok-P ar
tlstlcnphotdgf aphy. . I "
As a mult lha actor has Jn his
home prize awards'from many 'of
the' largest ' photographic exhibi
tions in the world. Eighty of his
prints now are abroad.
-"It may sound' rather strange
ttat I should .staff -cotton ia my
ears when I attend theaters." he
said. "J don't 'do.it .the Arst time
I see a play, but if I likVitrthen I
go back'.with my muft lers and stu
dy the pantonine; "
"If, the pantonine Is good-1
gather the fine points. ,; If it is
weak then I "pnerlt by building it
up in my roir.d." v
Comedy, Sterling explained, con
stantly is changing and the suc
cessful actor niU9tstudy continu
ously to keep abreast and improve.-
"When I started tout in. the old
Piograph da3's, comedy , was con
fined to- slapstick. There was no
mental effort. It was a long per
iod of pie-throwing. Suddenly,
slapstick dropped away and today
our. best comedy is becoming mare
and more subtle." -
Pearcy . Bros, hare the finest
garden, lawn and flower seeds.
Poultry supplies and fertilizers.
Lowest prices. Seeds of . high
'You'll never need
to re-roof again'
Johns - Manyille
For Johns-Maimlle 'Rig
1 IJ :
Heat your home with an
Low in Price
Unexcelled in Quality
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BOD CARRIE US AND BUIIJJLNO LlA-I
borer Local No. 441, meet Wtd.
p. m. CU 17 for men.
CAPITA Ij , TYPOflKAPIIICAL. UNION
Ho. 210-Pretident, O. J". Xrui; aee
retmry, M. D. Pilkcntoa. MnU mc
end Sitorday, 5:00 p. m.
PJIRPESTKRS' UNION NO.
-Ifoeta Thors. enioK. Arth
Skilled mehmnic Tarmth4 Pkdn 179.
HOTEL i AND ' RESTAURANT EM
ploye1 Wl 452, ey third Monday,
457 Conrt. llaifl Pierce, secretary.
SAJ'EM-T'UNfON T.A BEb LrU.OUE
MeU , at Labor Hall o call of pmi
- eat. . W. Sum, oeraUry. Box
, 443. fialwo. Ore. '- ' -
FBATEDNAIi OB DEB Ol EABLEfl. mett
. ery t Wapesday,.. Fraternity Hall, s.
WUU.U, See;y. Til, ecw-it.
KNIGHTS OF PTTITIAS MEETS AT
Fraternal Hall eTery Teeaday eTenint
Vlgitora inTlted. Jf. D. Vinaon. C. C;
Walter JjeiMn." K. f R. B.
Pnbliined eery morninf (except Mon
day) St Salem., the capital of Oryon.
. . - .Daily or Sunday
2 eenta per word
-' S eenta pr word
8 eenta per word
1 mo. daily andSun. SOeenM per word
In order to -earn tae jnore loan one
.time irate, advertisement proit run in
eoneecntiTe iitiiea. ;
No Ad taken for leia than 23c.
.Ada.' ran' Hunday ONLY charted at
one-time rats.--- .
AdTertUemenie' fexeept ' Personali
and gitoationa Wanted) will be taken
eTer the telephone if the adTertiser ia
a naacriber to phone. ;:
Th4 Stateanwn vill reeelre adrer
tiaemenU at any I time Of the day or
night! ' To in Mire . proper elassifica
tionafada ahbold ne in before 7 p. m.
-1 TELEPHONE -23 X A8
ON REAL ESTATE
T. K. PORD
(Over Ladd Bbsa Bank)
" t- ADVERTTSFNO
HONEST ADVERTISING Theae eol
m must be kept free from any thins
of a questionable nature. Al isrepresen
tationa will not be tolerated. Infor
mation allowing any questionable in
tent en the part of - the .arerti&er
should be reported to tbia news
paper or the Salem Ad slob.
A xi to . Tops
EE US FOR TOP AND TAINT WORK
O. J. Hull Auto Top and Paint Shop.
26T 8. Commercial. " Sal6tf
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED MEN'S
clothing salesman and two girls who
are experienced clerks. Apply at once.
Capital Exchange, 842 N. Commercial.
WANTED 2000' HOP PICKERS.. VJ&
Co., I registration 'book are ,Jor Len
iOO yftesea.o,ilMtaz hops, negi-lar in
. person at ranch, office or phone 164-2-R
Salem -for, t. particulars. .E,-. Clemens
Ilorst Co.,-Independence, Or. -" 9jltf
Help Wanted Male. 11
ALL MEN-WOMEN. 18 TO SO, WANT,
ing to- qualify for'. gOTernment poss
tiuns, S40-$'S0 monthly, home - oi
elsewhere. Write Mr. Ozment, 313-A,
St. Louis, Mo., immediately. -1 1 j 1 S
IF YOU'RE v A FILM f TYPE. WITH
ability,, tell Hollywood about yourself
at once. Send photo.. PAUL, 1531 N.
Mariposa, Hollywood, t Cat. . lljlS
A PAYING POSITION "OPEN TO REP--resentatiTes
of . character. - Take orders
shoes-hosiery direct to wearer. Goad
income.. Permanent. Write now.
Tanners Sho Mfg. Co, 323 Mohawk
- fildg., Portland, f Oregon. Ilj'l8w
SALESMEN THERE'S BIO -MONEY
selling nationally adrertised, quality
clothing direct-to-wearer at popular,
lowj price $23.83. toney-baek guaran
teed All . wool. Two-day delivery.
Largest commissions- and bonus.' We
deliver, and collect Get fastest selling
line in America Write quick. Dept.
711. . Crane-Kentr?24 E. 8th, Cinein
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LADIES. HONEST . SINCERE'. PEOPLE,
address envelopes for , onr. advertising
campaign Experience unnecessary, no
canvassrog,. j, , Profitable,, interesting
work. ; -Saxeoy Co., 112 West 42nd.
N. Y. - ' i - 13jl8
SALES MEN-rrTtE -UP WITH THE BEST
- - tailoring Jto-npowtion of the age. Money
maker from the start. Made-to-mea-unnp,
guaranteed. -Three popular prices.
Fiti and .tailoring o nationally known.
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' Lyon Tailoring Co, 8th and Sycamore,
- Cincinnati.' - . 15jl8
DIRWT FACTORY- AGENT,-" THIS
county lOO store route. No- selling.
Just distribute' and eollfct.; Experience
nnnecessiry.'f'Shonld .-net Salary $7i
weekly. - Max re.'Wraael, "Mgr., Gon
xales, Texas. J, - 17jl8
WEAR A. STYLISn:8IURT AN D Dou
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ion! Wear Shirts,. Dept. 103.. Cincinnati,
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TO CARE FOR CHILDREN, $10.00 PER
month, ilrt.-Mary Bengen, 2. Bx
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TOR OARDEJPLOwrNO, BASEMENT
- digging sat Warn work. Phone 72F2
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Leader Will Carry on So '
Long as Can Waggle Kilt
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l LONDON.- America . may ex
pect! "farewell? lours by Sir Harry
Laager jast fts long as the famous
Scotcli comedian can wiggle fcis
kiit-i , ..; . i ii" a
"I shall not gire up the efta
until, I can find a better job,"
Baidj Sir Harry recently. I shall
go right on to the end of the Toad;
I shall never leare my profession
until I hareo." ..
Sir Harry, who Is. 56, began
work as a boy la a flax mill and
later worked In coal mines, earn
ing 6 shillings a week. In 189.2
he entered the singing profession
in Glasgow and thought himself
lucky to get a salary of 3 per
week.,: Today, he. recelTeS about
910.000 a week tor his appear
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