The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 27, 1926, Page 5, Image 5

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    THE OREGON STATESMAN; SALEM, OREGON
FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 1926
You Can Rely
on Our
If there is one partic
ular thing in which
care and purity are
important, it is the
co mpounding of
drugs.
Our drugs are reliable -whatever
you get here is
right in every way.
Onlv the Best
. o
LOCAL NEWS IN
The Weather
FAIR
Fair, rising temperature in the
interiorfog along the coast, mod
erate northwest winds along the
oast. f ThursdayMaximum, 68;
minimum, 59; river, 2.2, station
ary; rain, .70 of an Inch; atmos
phere, cloudy; wind, southwest. -
Illinois Visitors
W. T. Rlgdon and family are
entertaining Joseph Harbour and
wife, from Aledo Mercer county,
Illinois. Mrs. Harbour is a cou
sin of Mrs. Rigdon. Harold Har
bour, son of the visitors, has been
in Oregon for a year. He Is in
the employ of the state highway
department stationed at Mon
mouth. The visitors are enjoying
Salem and admiring the surrouna
Jng country. The son hopes his
parents may be so favorably im
pressed that they will decide to
come to Salem to stay.
Furs Rcllned and Remodeled
' Horgan Furriers. a29
Iowa Visitors He
ur. ana airs. a. v uoiiner nave
had the pleasure of entertaining,
at their home in West Salem, Mr.
terset, Iowa. Mrs. Barderick' is
UIV U1UCI CM QLVI .V . ..x O
There are five sisters In the fam
ily, and they all enjoyed being to
gether at Newport for a few days.
For -a. Few Days. Only .
Office desks at 20 per cent dis
count. Hamilton's. a27
Seriously HurtF f
Hershel Hewitt, formerly a pro
fessor at Willamette , university,
and now of Lin field College, is in
a serious condition .following his
recent injuries in an automobile
accident at Eugene, U has been
learned here. The injuries may
prove fatal, it is believed. Pro
fessor Hewitt left Willamette in
1921.
Special O Room Home
Close to schools. Cnt to $4500
and $1200 will handle. Becke
Hendricks, 189 N. High St. altf
Tourists Fewer v .
The' fall season Is beginning to
be felt at the Salem anto park, and
attendance is beginning to fall off.
Only 22 newcomers arrived Wed
nesday night,, making a total of
49 cars. ' )
Women- Wanted X
.For. both day and night shifts,
at Hunt Brothers cannery. a27
Divorce Granted , '
A, divorce was granted to June
Emma Buffman yesterday by the
circuit court from Frank M. Buff
um, who she alleged made her life
burdensome, used vile and vulgar
language, was cruel and inhuman,
and on- one occasion destroyed a
number of her clothes. She also
Underwood Typewriter Co.
Direct Factory Branch
819 Court St, Phone 83
Typewriters Rented, Sold
- - '.-Repaired; .';
Special rental rates to Student
Wood Wood
TRACY'S FUEL1
YARD
107 D Street Telephone S31S
LADD Cl BUSH iDrlicrs
Established 1868 !. 1
. . -1
General Bsnldob.BusIass:
, pmce Bovre from 10 aw n. Co JVn
Drugs
.;. .yew
oauG
aGervrs fW OUL OROG G.
TATE. O ItfLZr L'BLffTw
alleged that on or about January
5, 1925, her husband began drink
ing and that when he was under
the influence of liquor he drove
her from their home. The court
also awarded her $150 for attor
ney fees and cost of the suit.
Notice to Rifle Club Members
Next shoot will be on Govern
ment Range, north of Turner, Sun
day, Aug. 29th, at 1 p. m. a27
License Issued
Robert S. Kemper, Silverton,
sheet metal worker, anu Pearl Ol
iver Weber also of Silverton secur
ed a marriage license yesterday at
the court house.
Wanted Experienced Waitresses
Steady employment. Gray Belle.
a27
Appraisers XamI
Robert Rawson, J. W. Chambers
Jr., and W. W. McKinney were
appointed appraisers of the estate
of T. W. Sheehan yesterday by an
order of the county court
Blanket Special
$8.00 and $10.00 wool camp
blankets for sale for $4.00, and
$5.00 pair. Thos. Kay Woolen
Mill Co., 12th St. a28
Asks Divorce '
Harold H: McKinney entered a
complaint in the circuit court yes
terday asking that he be granted
a divorce from his wife whom he
alleges deserted him in" September
1920, after they had been married
for four months.
Now Is the Time
To get your office desk; 20 per
cent discount, at Hamilton's. a27
Suit Dismissed
Judge McMahon of the circuit
court signed an order yesterday
dismissing the suit of George W.
Whitney against Anna C. Whitney
and a suit of Anna C. Whitney
against George W. Whitney with
out cost to either party. Thie two
cases were settled out of court.
Muscovite Picnic Sunday, Aug. 29
Camp Santiam, Jefferson. Odd
Fellows, Rebekahs and families
welcome. - .-- v a27
Writ Issued .
The Merchants Credit Bureau
yesterday secured a writ of attach
ment from the circuit court on
the real and person alpro pert y of
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Molr for the
value of $234.
Hop Pickers Wanted
Durbln & Cornoyer. See adi. aSl
Physicians Meet
Dr. A. B. Starbuck of Dallas,
Dr. W. A. Kuykendall of Eugene
and Dr. Hugh Mount of Oregon
City, who were selected by a legis
lative committee of the state legis
lature to study 'the medical, angle
of the workmen's . compensation
DISEASES
Treated by Osteopathy and the
latest' Electrical Therapy in
cluding Dr. Abram's Electronic
System, t .
No Charge for
.Consultation
DR. B. H. WHITE
Physician and Surgeon
- S06 IT. 4 8. Bank Building
Salem Oregon ;
StOR
j.H.wiiictt r
hoopers
BRIEF
act, held a meeting here yesterday.
Information gained!! by the phy
sicians will be reported to the leg
islative committee, .who in turn
will submit their findings to the
legislature at the 1927 session.
The purpose of the investigations
is to be recommend amendments
to the present laws having to do
with the administration of the act.
Cash Talks Here j v
6 rooms new home. Two sets
plumbing, furnace, fireplace, hard
wood, wired electric range, gar
age, etc. Priced $5250 cash. See
others, then see this. Becke &
Hendricks, 189 N, High St. a25tf
Miss Russell Honored
Mrs. Allen Nusom gave a show
er Friday in honor of Miss Hazel
Mae Russell, whose;; marriage will
take place in September. About
40 guests were present. The
rooms were decorated with aut
umn flowers, and) refreshments
were- served by the hostess.
Fur Cleaning and Repairing
Horgan Furriers. I a29
Miss Scheffe Entertains
Miss Anna Scheffe of route 7
entertained with a week-end out
ing at Silver Creek Falls last Sun
day. Guests were Ivan A. Wil
liams and Miss Bessie E. Bates of
Portland.
Trade for Ant
Truck, or lots, $1500 equity in
10 acres, close in. P. O. Box 443.
a27
Would Use Water
The City of Estacada yesterday
filed' application in the offices of
the state engineer for permission
to appropriate j water from Fall
creek for municipal purposes. The
cost of the proposed development
was estimated at $40,000.
Office Desks at Close-Out
Prices,, at Hamilton's. a2v
Cross Complaint Filed
Adelaide J. Downing filed a
cross complaint and answer
against, the complaint of Clyde D.
Downing' yesterday in the circuit
court in which she asks for the
dismissal of theorlglnal complaint
a decree granting her a divorce
and giving her the custody of
their Jeight year old child. She
also asks for a reasonable amount
(for the support of the child and
Tor the costs of the court action.
Elks Dance r -
Friday. 27th, for Elks only.
a27
Pays Speed Fine
Walter Hardwlck, of Portland,
was arrested on a charge of speed
ing yesterday by W. B. Geen, and
paid a fine of; $10 in the justice
court. ? " !
lTotel Marlon ...
Dollar dinner, erred S:4$ to 8
very., evening. s , J2tf
Plan Social Meet if
A social meeting will be held by
the, U. S. Grant Circle Number 5
and Ladies of the GAR at the
home of Mrs. Sarah E. Oliver, 334
South Winter street, Saturday af
ternoon. ' . I ' f ' r
G. W. Laflar Gloved
Rooms 406-7 Oregon Bldg. a31
Tlslt in Salem ;
Theodore Henberger of Aums
rjlle, W. A. Heaher and Sam Me-
thena of Union Hill, were' in' Sa
lem yesterday and called on Judge
Hunt in the court house
Furniture Upholstery - v
And repairing. Gelse - Powers
Furniture Company. ' a2tf
Sewer Repairs In
The sewer repair crew, has fin
ished work on the Center street
sewer "extension, so that It, now
extends well below the surface of
the river, according to; Walter 8.
Low, street commissioner,, who
was In charge of the work. .The
objectionable Mnell .which" ha4 ris-
111
OQJJi
We have 1 925 Chevrolet
touring that has ? been
run bat very little. This
car has had the best of
care and will make some
one a dandy buy.
HE
en from the exposed opening will
no longer be noticeable, it is be
lieved. The crew will start re
pairs on the Pine street sewer Im
mediately. This also opens above
the water level, and its condition
is said to be as bad as at Center
street, but fewer people live near
it. The local paper mill has de
cided to call for bids on a sewer
to dispose of its waste by carrying
it to the Willamette river. . Con
struction of the sewer will, Begin
as soon as the contract can be let.
Blanket Special
$8.00 and $10.00 wool camp
blankets for sale for $4.00 and
$5.00 pair. Thos. Kay Woolen
Mill Co., 12th St. a28
Marriage Performed
H. W. Mears, Portland sales
man, and Margaret Matthes, of
route S, secured a license at the
county clerk's office yesterday and
were married by Judge Hunt.
Wanted Experienced Waitresses
Steady employment. Gray Belle.
a27
Steamboat to Start
The steamer Northwestern, now
in .Portland, will begin ' its first
trip up the river Friday, accord
ing to F. W. Karr, president of the
Salem Navigation company. The
steamboat was originally schedul
ed to leave several days ago. but
the sailing date was delayed.
Lost! Lost! Lost!
Key ring between Eckerlin ser
vice station and Black Cat. Trumra
Motor Co. a27
Writes Coufessioi
Harry Rolls Royse, in the coun
ty jail here, charged with stealing
a typewriter and saxaphone from
a local church, has written a ''true
confession" of his life to be pub
lished in a magazine. He. calls it
"From Pulpit to Prison" and says
he is the son of a MethodhH -min
ister. As a .sequel to . his "fetery
Royse will probably go to prison
again because of stealing the ar
ticles from the church.
Special Offer on Electric-
Percolators. Your old coffee
pot taken in for $1 as part pay
ment. Hamilton's. a27
Accepts Position f
Miss Alice Falk of Salem has
obtained a position as teacher in
the Boardman public schools, to
teach Latin and English. She will
begin her duties when school
opens September 7.
Will Make Re pa I
T. S. Roberts was given a build
ing permit yesterday to repair a
one story dwelling at 505 North
Summer street, the estimated cost
to be $500. Carl Engstrom is the
contractor who will do the work.
Complete' Line of
Monarch Electric Ranges at
Hamiltons. A21tf
Guests at College
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Canse of Cen
tralia. Wash., were Salem visitors
yesterday. They called at the
Kimball College of Theology.
Tail Light Out
C. R. Pierce reported to the local
police yesterday that his car had
struck another one yesterday on
Ferry street. He assigns the
cause to lack of a tail light on the
other car. ,
LMonarch Electric Ranges . ; 1
1 . . . . Mi
for every neeu ai nam it ion a.
a27
Skids on Pavement
A slippery pavement caused two
cars to collide yesterday on State
and Liberty streets, according to
reports made at police neadquar
ters. A car driven by,W. J. Wil
Hams of Portland was making a
left hand turn at the .intersection
and one driven by Loren Lorse
was coming up -behind and slid
into the rear of the Williams car.
bending its fender and bumper.
Have Ton $20,000 to 930,000
To invest? Where you cannot
lose and must get fair interest.
We have Several Salem properties
for sale with bonded leases that
will net you 4 to 9 per cent and
st eadily increase In value. Inves
tigate. . Also smaller first mort
gages. Becke & Hendricks,' 189
N. High street. , a23U
Visits Uncle I
Paul W. Sprague , of Genesee,
Idaho, was in Salem yesterday to
visit his uncle," A. L. Dark. '
Children Roi
A baby girl named - Catherine
Joan has been ' born to MrJ and
Mrs. I. M. Twedt of lCBOTrada
Btreet. . The child was. born .Aug-
ast 19. A baby daughter .was
born August 11 to Mr. and Mrs.
John. Ktrscher of rente. ;.She
has been na med 'Loraine Don a. A
daughter was born August ' 1 1 to
Mr.- and Mrs. M, E. ; Reeves of
1 60S North Cottage street. The
child has been, named Maxine
Louise.
Practical In the Art
Of fur remodeling!
Furriers.
Horgan
a29
Visit 'Friends Here
.,Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hoghberger
of San Francisco stopped in Salem
yesterday to visit friends, -They
are on their way borne from Sea
beck? Wash. . r-
Take Life Tests:.
A group of mermaids from the
Monmouth normal school took
possession of the YMCA swimming
tank -yesterday morning, 14 of
them coming here to take life sav
ing tests from Mrs. Marjorie Mer
riott, physical director at the 13th
street playgrounds. About eight
or 10 of them are believed to have
passed the required tests. All
have received six hours of instruc
tion in life saving from Miss La
velle Berger of the normal school.
Wanted Experienced Waitresses-
Steady employment. Gray Belle.
a27
Xew Nurse Added
Miss Elisabeth Freeman of Port
land has .been obtained by the
Marion county child health dem
onstration to act as nurse. She
will begin her duties September 1,
doing night and holiday, work. The
number of calls received by the
demonstration for bedside service
has increased so that employment
of another nurse is imperative.
See Our Extra Special Offer
On blankets. Hamilton's. a27
Will Return Today
Ivan Whije, Joe Crauthers, Har
vey Brock, and Albert Hodges,
who went, from Salem as delegates
to a YMCA summer session at Sea-
beck, Wash., last week, will re
turn today. They received a fav
orable impression at the school,
according to "word received here
from Lester Adams, executive sec
retary of the Northwest Council of
the YMCA, who was 1n charge of
the school.
San ford Visits
E. J. San ford of "Portland is
spending a two weeks' vacation at
the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Sanford of 1410 North
21st street. Mr. Sanford Is con
nected with the advertising de
partment of the Oregonian. He
was formerly with the Gideon
Stolts company in Salem.
Scout Executive
Harold D. Ware, boy Scout ex
ecutive, leaves on vacation today.
He will go to- Seattle to inspect
several boy Scout camps in Wash
ington. He plans to spend 10
days touring the country. During
his absence, Rex Sanford and Rob
ert Brady will tend to local scout
work. , .
Family Arrives
Mrs. George T. Pearce, wife of
the business manager of the Mar
tin Advertising Service, with head
quarters in the Statesman build
ing, and their daughter, Louise,
arrived in Salem yesterday, and
will make their permanent home
at 4&2 South High street.
Cars Collide
Cars driven by Henry Gilbert of
Tacoma, Wash., and Rosier of
Portland collided yesterday at
South, Commercial and Mission
streets, according to reports made
at ; police headquarters. Slight
damage was done, according to
the reports.
Held for Speed
Percy Kleeman of Salem was
arrested -by local police last night
on a charge of speeding.
Held By Police ! '
Anderson Byrd was arrested by
Salem. police officers last night for
driving without a drivers license.
Fined for Speed"
Donald F. Davies was fined $5
in police' court Thursday on a
Charge of speeding.
Goes to Portland4,
Mrs. Myra L. Shank, police ma
tron here, made a business trip to
Portland Thursday.
Claxtar
Miss Marguerite G. Matthes of
Claxtar and Harvey W. Mears of
Portland were quietly married in
Salem, today. : Mrs. Mears is the
elder, daughter of E. A. Matthes
of this place. She if a former
student of Salem lilgh school and
is a niece of Ella McMunn, the
newspaper writer; : r ;.
rMri Mears 'is a . brother of
Judge Mears of. Portland and rep
resents the GOodwear . Clothing
company of Chicago. -T .
The : young people r left " imme
diately ', for 'points- in Idaho and
later will be at home In Portland.
BANCROFT-JUDGES CASE
f - : . i .
BOSS OF. BRAVES DISMISSES
DRUNK XAMED KELLY
CINCINNATI, Ang. " j. (By
Associated Press). ' Municipal
Judge William D. Alexander today
invited Manager Dave Bancroft of
the Boston - Braves to act as a
special judge In the ease of Harry
Kelly. 40, charged with drunken
n ess. Bancroft was the guest of
Prosecutor Werke In court.
Noted Cartoonist Rides For " ... N
: , V Big Cossack Circus Troupe
When Miller Brothers were as
sembling this spring the 101
Ranch Real Wild West and great
Far, East, which will be seen in
Salem Friday, Sept. 3, they were
after every feature in America,
Europe and the Orient. The big
gest show of its kind ever assem
bled had to have everything.
That's why they imported the
famous Russian ' Cossack circus
from the London Olympic Impe
rial Cossack band, mounted choir,
squadrons of the world's most dar
FIFTY-OXE
"I'm sorry. Miss Thome," the
newspaper editor said, "but we
can't publish this,"
"You you can't publish it?"
Sylvia stammered. "Why not?"
"Well, for one thing, because it
isn't news."
"But you published the other
Bide of the story the side that
wasn't true two months ago."
"I know I know. And we
would have been glad to print
your side, too, at that time. You
were a public character then a
person everybody knew about -was
thinking of because of your
choice as the International's lat
est star. But now, you have been
please don't mind my putting it
baldly forgotten. The public's
interest in your affairs has gone.
If Mrs. Harmon were to bring a
divorce suit or you were to sue
her sue Mr. Harmon for defam
ation of character, or something
of the sort we could print the
testimony, of course. The subject
would then become news. But. as
matters stand " he shrugged his
shoulders "we can't undertake
it. We shall be glad to run a par
agraph to the effect that you have
returned to Hollywood even that
you propose making a fight to get
back on the screen. But we can't
carry on that fight for you. Not
until the subject becomes of gen
eral interest. Then we will, help
you all we can." He banded Syl
via her manuscript. "I'm terribly
sorry, but you see how it Is."
"In other words," - Steve ex
claimed hotly, "you'll publish sen
sational lies, if you think the pub
lic will read them, but you won't
print the truth, if you think the
mob isn't Interested. Is that It?"
The newspaperman quietly lit
his corncob pipe, gave Mr. Hollins
a scornful glance.
"Why yes in a way, young
man, in a way that's it. We try
not to print lies, but as for unin
teresting : truth, if ' that were ali
there was tp .editing a, newspaper,
we might as well publish the dic
tionary .r- He pushed the green
shade back , over his eyes and
turned, to; Ms desk. . 1 8ylvia and
Steve went out'. " " : "
The rotten, hard-boiled"
Steve' began, but Sylvia stopped
him. ; ; .v- -i-. -: ' - , :
"He's, right, dear." . she said
quietly. "Just saying.' things
isn't , what's-needed - now I've
got to do something. And I don't
know what,,
"If you'd only fet me beat this
fellow Harmon, up," I'll bet that
would get you on the front page,"
Steve grumbled. ifri" f .
"But I don't, want to get on the
front, paget dear boyat least not
that way. And, besides you
couldn't beat Mr.4 Harmon up, ag
you call it, anyway,. He gona
a way 4 Isappe aed." . ? - k "it
- "The devil he has! Then that's
that. IH have to' think up some
thing else. He- relapsed into a
gloomy silence, .which continued
throughout thelr-drlve home. Only1
once! did he break; it.tifWhy not
shake the whole rotten-mew jand
come to. Europe with met1 - v.;
i.:, Sylvia shook "her head. V- ;
"I came; back to fight Steve,'
she said genty,p,Gt, to tu away.
Don't be down-hearted.3 . The hat-
1 A
:--
'-.- -rtr i :
ing and sensational horsemen and
all. Jim Williams, the noted car
toonist of the Newspaper Enter
prise association, who does "Out
Our Way" for hundreds of news
papers, came on for the opening
rehearsals at the ranch. Jim was
a cowboy once, so Col. J. C. Miller
persuaded him to . show the Rus
sians a little of the versatility of
an American newspaper man. The
Cossacks marveled. "What a task
journalism in America must be!"
they exclaimed.
tie has only Just begun."
When they, reached the hotel,
theclerk handed Sylvia a slip of
paper.
"Lady wants you to call her up,
miss," he said;
"It's Marion Allison," Sylvia
whispered, turning to Steve. "My,
I'm glad she's back. I can hardly
wait to talk things over with her."
-She hurried to the telephone.
"Is that really you Sylvia?" an
excited voice came to her over the
wire. "It's almost too good to be
true., I just got back from Frisco
and was thinking of wiring you.
Then my husband told me he had
seen Paul Lamar and that you
were in town. . Good -Lord, I'm
glad! , I can scarcely believe it.
even now. Oh, Sylvia. I've such a
lot to tell you. So many things
have happened. I want you to put
on your mqst beautifulest frock
and 'come over here right away.
Seme other people will be here.
too. Friends of yours. Iri half
an hour. I sent for them, as soon
as I heard you were in-town. , It's
most important.. I can't explain
now- you'll find out soon enough.
Bye-bye for the moment. And do
hurry . . ,
(To be continued.)
Scotts Mills
Mrs. Harvey Brougher visited
friends near Turner- several days
last week. . .5 v
W. A. SaneresBig was in. Port
land Wednesday and Thursday on
business. V '
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shepherd
and family visited Mrs. Shepherd's
brother, Bruce Beliinger, and fam
ily, near Lafayette last Sunday. T
Born,-to, Mr. and Mrs. .Arthur
:iich, Thursday. August 19, 16.
a .10 lb., daughter.
Miss LHa Brougher returned' to
Portland last Wednesday after
spending her vacation with her
parents here.
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hohman
and two children of Marcus, Iowa,
and Mr. Anderson and daughters
Ruby, Rosa and Mildred, of Leb
anon, visited Mr. and Mfs..W :T.
Hogg and family Sunday. ; ' ,: .
Mr. and Mrs. ; Paddy HickV of
near Silverton visited Mrand Mrs.
Herman Landwlng.and family on
Sunday;--;: -.; ; - ; '
"Ed, Clou gh and Mike Landwing
visited Mr. and Airs. Lou la Pin ser
near Glad Tidings Sunday after-,
noon, v, : ' U '- 'hs? ;' ;-'
. Mr. and, Mrs. Paul Semolke and
two children of McKee visited rel
atives at Crooked Finger Sunday,
' Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Myers and
son drove to Independence Sun
day. -.I..- ' . " - -
Mr, and Mrs, Lewis Vallen at
tended: the funoral of an old
friend at Elwood Monday,
Said a strap hanger to another
who had just given his seat to a
lady : "Good luck, sir. I've been
traveling on this line for three
years, and -I've never offered my
seat to a'lady.'''-j. .v --c . -.jav--'
- 'Then you've, never had any
manners, sir," was the Teplr.
j rNo; it isn't that;1 I've never had
New, Oregon ; settlers invested
?328,000 in Oregon farms daring
VAUDEVILLE LISTED
UTELSII
Brilliant Talent to Be -Featured
on-Special Pro--.gram
Here "
Nell McKlnley, heading-- the
vaudeville list at the Elsinore to
day, admits he Is "Just a darn
fool." but, there is nq gainsaying
that even a fool may be funny.
Neil has a wonderful , voice., and
could entertain an audience with
it alone, but It is just hts nature
to cut up. ;v -.; '
The Pompadour Revue with a
splendid looking youthful quintet
of talented entertainers endowed
with remarkable beautiful trained
singing voices and wonderful' per
sonalities, will offer a, most origi
nal and delightfully enjoyable vo
cal, and dancing , sketch entitled
"Romance." . - '-. ., ": '
Bobby, Ross, - formerly junior
state amateur -champion of Cali
fornia, golf winner, fj farewell
tournament at Griffith' park, Los
Angeles, Cal.;l25.-t
Ernie Gordon and, Evelyn Del
mar, a mosttalented, couple, are
known as ."The Pace Setters of
Songland." Gifted, with remark
able voices, peculiarly adapted to
harmonizing, they are certain-to
win the approval of any audience
for in addition to the aforemen
tioned voices they possess scintil
lating personalities. ' '
A final artistic touch' to the fea
ture program at the Elsinore thea
tre today will be the appearance
of Miss Joann Falcy a clever and
talented acrobatic dancer,- whose
reputation is national.
Visitors Reported
in Salem
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Peterson
were in Salem Thursday. "They
live in Toledo.
George Lusby, resident of
Springfield, was among the visitors
in Salem Wednesday. .
Harold Ware, boy scout execu
tive, will begin an annual vaca
tion trip this morning. ... ..
' Charles' Leyden' of Albany was
among the Thursday visitors in
Salem. v
: Mrs. H. O. Hamlin of Coryall is
visited Salem Tuesday."
Mrs. George Laubner bt ' Hal-
sey was in Salem Thursday. -
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Campbell
of Amity spent Thursday in Sa
lem. ,; ; ' r
Mrs. W. R. Palmer and daugh
ter Mareta of Gervals visited in
Salem Thursday. .
. Karl Stewart of , Brownsville
visited Salem . Wednesday. , - v
A. J. Banks of Hood River was
a Salem visitor Wednesday. , .
John J. Bell of Portland was in
Salem Thursday. ? , k
W. Reed of Portland spent
Thursday night' in Salem.
Among the. Salem " visitors
Thursday was J.- Pusey of Port
land. " - ." : '
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Beldin "of La'
Grande were in Salem Thursday,
W. C. Reamy of Hillsboro spent
Thursday night in this city "
Mrs. J. D. Young of Portland
was In Salem Thursday. ';
J. Forsythe, a Portland resi
dent, spent Thursday night in Sa
lem. ' ."
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Ward are
In this city today. They are. resi
dents" of Portland.
OBITUARY '"
Evans
At the home, 5 "miles east on
the road, Daniel M.5 Evans age 87
years, father of Daniel M. Evans
of Grants Pass. Albert W. of Great
Fans. Mont.K Jesse of Spoiiane and
Victor Evans of El Paso, Texas,
Mrs. "Ruth H. Arnold of Scio and
Mrs. Remoh Shulx of Salem. Fu
neral services Friday , at 2V p. m.
from the Rigdon mortuary. -
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: THE GREAT RIVER '
O mighty river! strong eternal
wi.; t
Wherein the streams of human
. . good and ill ; , t
Are onward swept conflicting,
to the seat : i '
The world is safe because it
floats In Thee, .r:;r;
- Henry Van Dyke.
W.T.IUgdoaSon
HOW. MANY ?
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Chiropractic when they
go to 4; Chiropractor?
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