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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
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BUDDIE AND HIS FRIENDS
SUNDAY MORInING," SEPTEMEER 19, 1926
BY ROBERT. L" DICKEY
Attention in again, called to the
dancer of attaching .-wireless an
tenna to electric liglit ,nd power
notes.' ;"irrv '
, The cltr of "Portland has an or
dinance prohibiting this practice,
as has likewise the city of Salem,
and In 'Portland recently the city
aatberUiea found It necessary to
cat down an antenna -which had
been connected to an electric pow
er' pole la deliberate Tiolation of
the ordinance, by -an -east giae
, City' . Commissioner Mann : in
speaking of the action of the city
said: 'We Itrlll ; cut his aerial
down and'ponlah hlfn if Us vio
late the mles'againl : tt'ts'fdr his
safety as well as others, although
h. like others. Is ignorant of the
TJals. " "danger 'should r " be
.'thoroughly understood by every
' one and every possible effort made
to prevent the abore -mentioned
practice. Fortunately, there hare
been no accidents in Salem so far
from this , source, ;bat there Is a
long list of accidents on1 record
which have occorred in other, sec
tlofls of the country, nod it goes
-wtthot "saying that- all good Citi
zens wish, to eliminate, the possible
occurrence o t such. an , accident
here in Salem. .
l DtklWA VPM WHEN IVE MET 50
fWjUlF A LA&S.TlS LUCKY I MAD
Rr IKIED THIS BONE Y3 .Kg. ptANc dui
KA p . COUJ.D FIND IT", oHE CAKNA ,
BUT BE PLEASED TO ACCEPT. IT
AS A MARK 0 MY ESTEEM f-
r I MUST "(?ECALU SOU&TmWG
OUR AIN BOBBY OUKNO iu
QUOTE !"TO H ; A5; I PRE SE
-Nash Fnrnitur Co. takes the
lead with', low prices on chairs,
rockers, tables,' wood .and steel
beds. Spring, mattresses. Bares
you ZSi ,.219 N. Com!.- ()
; Ofi JOB AND HIS BOILS
(Cnan4 Itta va(i l) . '
lag. the t next . week . for . diTlne
ihiidance in" this, ' our hour bf
greatest trouble. '
' ' "Hlstbry has repeated itself and
the' foremost workers In a great
religious cause .hare, been brought
before -the largely political bar of
jbstice. The entire structure of
this great morement' which is fir
greater, than the' personality, of
any. one person or many thous
ands of such - personalities hits
been placed .by ' its detractors in
such' position' that Its apparent
progress will : seem to depend on
the fate of one human being. "Vte
are ; assured, howeTen that, this
great work is built on the rock
of ; Christ- Jesus, and 'that oar
people wll go -on regardless of
what might happen to the leaders.
' -We will go into the fray, that
.has, been thrust upon us depending-entirely
upon the Lord that
he - wll not see this great - work
in his nime blighted. ... ,
""To this end, we will rely also
upon -the spirit of fair play that
rs the foundation rock upon which
American liberty Is bullded.!- , ;
' Sirs. . '.McPherson's . unexpected
appearaqce la the .pulpit, Invoked
an outburst of applause. Declar
ing, "1 practice, what - preach.
she- made 'herself the subject, of a
healing rite before delirering her
brief sermon. ' The .temple elders
went" upon 'the" platform beside
the kneeling evangelist, laid their
ha'nds: upon ' her. 'and annointed
her with oil and invoked the heal
ing rite;: i i x.-y:r
. In her talk. Mrs. Mcpherson rc
ferred t briefly to ;the charges
- against: her. She declared sue was
prepared .'for trial v and ' welcomed
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WHOSE TWOOSHTSy-SV-CV4 t j ' .iSMirieMM
IIJ.Wull A UV TO V
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Lillian Gish Perfect in Role
of Tragic Heroine in 1
Corvallis Wm. Faulkner rais
es $225 work of rhubarbpn tract
size of city lot.
' Hood River - Mid-Columbia
Cold-Storage plant, costing 1 00,
Astoria Steamer "Montanan'
will take record cargo of,8Q0 tons
canned fish. . ,
I beg your pardon, Piggy said,
"but. are you; expecting a man to.
She gave him a scornful glance,
teplying crisply: "I m. A man
"Then I'm a messenger sent
from him. He asked me to say
that he cpuldn't.come' :
"Couldn't come! she repeated
sharply.- and- stopped . short' amid
the stream of harrying people, lift
ing her veil as If to see Mm better.
She , had small clearly ut fea
tures, a determined little Wn. hu
morous lips, and eyes like' A-lnnlit
autumn i pool. - But as she.; spoke
every particle of color faded from
her. face, leaving it waxy white.
He couldn't come! Why not?
Where Is he?"
I don't know. - I never saw
him before don't even -know his
name," he explain with some
perturbation, wondering whether
she was going to faint- " ;
She withdrew 'little and in her
face he ; readsuspicjon and . some
thing tiat looked .like fright.
"Then why Who are you?" -;.
"My name's ' Brasenose; P. G.
Brasenose. I , :
She gave him another penetrat
ing glance and he thought tor
moment that she recognized,' t
name, but the : puzzled "f row r
tween her eyes deepened
said: "Oh! . ., . Well?".
My father is Crover '
the factory." over in'Jc.
the ferry, coming." V; J j
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SDOKD Itt IUU. r.-'j HOI
cd Wct ,sudduiy any would have
to .hustle to 'Atch his train. , Abd
as Jhe could u't reach you .by. phone
or messenger -boy,' he asked me to
shaven.' Muscular chap.
She nodded and it seemed to
him' that she was slightly relieved.
"But didn't he even send me a
1 "No. lie acted as If he was rat
tlMi about somethinr. But he
said yow might be seriously In con
venienced If he didn't get word to
"That was thoughtful of him,"
she remarked dryly. "Did he tell
you where he was going?"
"No. He said something had
JusVt happened that called him
West immediately on important
business." ' r-
"Of. of course. . . . business
. . Her lips took a satirical
curve. ; '' '
. "He said he'd be back within a
few days and he wants you to let
him', know where you 'are, and. on
no account to take any action un
til you hear fror , IIo in .,
turned aeain to Piggy, saying
more decisively: "Thank you.
You've been very kind,
.trouble you any more."
(To be continued)
(Copyright by Margaret Cam
eron Lewis. Released through
Central Press Ass'n.)
Mimi and Rodolphe' live their
idyllic love anr its -tragic, ending
over agaiu with Lillian "Uish . as
the personification o fthe wistful
heroine of the classic tale of the
Paris Latin Quarter, in "La Bo
heme." the much-heralded filmi?
sition o fthft ereat story that in
spired Puccini's most famous op
era, which is.' playing today and
tomorrow at the Elsinore.
'L Boherao" has furnished Miss
Gish wilh what is' said to be;the
most perfectly suited role she has
ever been seen in. and the making
of tho picture, was hailed as onn
of the outstaudinc vents in
screen history. Metro-Gold wyn
Mayer gave it, the first American
made picture with Lillian Gish in
some years, a magniiioent presen
t'nn under the direction of King
Vldor, the man who directed
"The Bis Parade."
"La Boheme" tells the sonl
story of the woman in the Paris
Latin Quarter, who inspire art
students, young poets, and other
geniuses in their struggle to fame.
A splendid cast is seen in sup
port of Miss Gish. John Gilbert
plays the leading male rolo as
Rodolphe, the poet, while Renee
Adoree is seen as Musetta, 'the
vivacious grisette, whose name
-was Immortaliezd b ythe "Musetta
Waltz" in Ihe opera. Others in
the cast are Roy D'Arcy. Karl
Dane, Edward Everett Horton,
Gino Corrado. Frank Currier,
George Massell, Eugene Pouyet,
Rosita Marstini and David Mir.
Hartman Bros. Jewelry Store.
Watches, clocks, rings, pins, dia
monds, charms, cut glass, silver
ware. Standard goods. State at
Liberty St. ()
THE CAR OWNER
Who overlooks the importance of proper
chassis lubrication always pays a penalty.
That penalty is badly worn and squeaky
chassis bearings and repair bills.
Monroe S. Cheek
COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE LUBRICATION
Court at Capitol Telephone 2295
me to Kay that
ning la abso?
Sa?i be'U W-n call-
9ZSzrr ' rr!::r - come ahd tell you,- Tbafa alf I
i ld speaking earn
vt will: be; public
-ich everything will
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t. fOR TRUTH SAYS
Contiaae4 fvm g 1)
conspiracy: and prepar
ing false avidenoo in connection
wkb. hrr-etory Qf htrihg heed kid
aapedv:: '&i. u-v. i- 'V f - j-vt V - -Hahn-'s
statement follows: ;
, "Current rumors that, there Is
a break between District Attorney
As Jteyef and myself in the. in
"know about hJm. He was in such
hurry that he didn't even give
me his i name or yours either."
At this the distress .Uat!i&faa-
(led might . be fright1,arog back
into her face.- "WAatrtof man
was het" she asked qalekly.
What did he Idtft-Hke?' V - . , v
?'H ;was .about five feel ten;
Dark hair, light rgray eyes, ciean-
campalgner against sin,''- (he ac
tions between herself and Ormls-
ton "take : it f out: of the -:- class of
"This being the case, I contend
that the provisions of thelaw env-
nnvrnr th . district altornev to
vcstigauon.ortne .Afmeo -Sena pie i Srant immunity, shauid tbe-granied
re - ipsoiuieij i to ormiston u& i ,wiu,sttrreaer
Tne punost copers tion-pre- IJilm. ; .1 j" .. ,
vaiIs..MrrKcycyis acUngverTdel-l . "This ia my opinion, and I yflll
irarri ah TArT kit rvr .viiiana i .t..i. t.tt
i nave givu. nim.;-..; ; 5
"There 4s. however, a- difference
of opUion between myself and
Mr.- Keyes vand- myself' on the
term of surfemler of Kenneth' C.
Ormiston. - "
"3r. ' Keres takes the nosltldn
thatthere isao difference between
porsons 'cuargea :wlth ' the . same
of fenseaud- inasmuch as evidence I
of guilt is. as conclusive against
Ormletop as against Mrs; MePber-
on he is reluctant to invoke the
District atorney'a off icers , were
making determined efforts! tonight
to locate' Ormtnstoa.. Descriptions
and photographs ; of ;-jthe.Vraaio;
man hare been brpadcastlail orer
the country; with instructions tbat
he e .arrested immediately anu
held for tbi district attof ney'a of"
It ? was learned. tonight ;tht
more' than 20 witnesses wbqld be
called at the ' preliminary hearing
on September: IT,- or " Mrs.Mlc-
provlsfons. of Jhe law rwjiich. giie pherson. Mrs. Kennedy. Ormistoa
hJm,power to grant Ormiston Im
munity from co-conspirators for
the parpose , of obtaining -evidence
l the emergency. r . . - , : v - i
"y, opinion U that the-public
U.etitle to be, acquainted' with.
the faU.concernlUg Mrs. .McPhet
Mrs. Lorrhlne . Wtoeman;Sieaff,
who confessed that the Carmel
"Miss XT fcory was . a hoaxAand
John Dob- fartlp.priyate ;4etec-
tire. "-". ..- -"
:W: r;.Ollbert. Attomey'foriMrs.
McPbcrson. said ;no.detihittHpla,ns
v. iue-ytMuoi;s-: istTa defense pending het oml"
-CarjnpKby-the-Sc , uatil , the. tlnie
. MjCfJherson. reappeared :, in
r.isy (rtnq of the fact that Mrs.'
MePherson. posed .as a . religious
leader In the community,, aa a pre
tended guardian of chaslty and
recovery from.au 4nfectipji:pXi t
- ';4'"'- Vif -.-
1, j rut ity I ijo Important tn& rj c
so in bread -than In mny other rrt
net, ' Try -Better Yet " Bread - foi
wholesomenesa and quality. Better
Tet Baking Co.,' X54 T. Coml. () '
"i are,, plan
diking on absently,
. .r and into the great
:a, and Piggy, though
, himself dismissed, kept
.thiher. The Color had uot
aed to her face and he hesl
i to leave her alone.
"Isn't there something Ise I
can do?" he suggested. "Perhaps
telephone to your friends?"
"There's nobody in this coun
try." TThen inay I take you lo your
hotel? Or to your train, If you're
She shook her head, apparently
oblivious of his presence, though
his voice penetrated the -hate
through which he seemed to
move. Thi. was a novel exper
ience to PJfjgy Brasenose.. of whose
sculpturesque proportions and
magnetic personality most maid
ens were too boviously aware. It
encouraged him to persist.
' ;"I'Tdon"t want , to-seem offic
ious." he said awkwardly, "but I
don't like to leave you until
You look as if you might faint."
-'I . never faint. But I : don't
know-quite what' to do." V ;
; "I'm- at your-' service. 'If you'll
let" me do whatever It : was the
other man was "going to do'V
iy Despite ' the predicament iu
wDlcb: she was caught, she ave
him 'a humorous- glance through
the veil - which she 'had lowered
again, r- '- " -.
f"He was going to marry me."
;Marry you!" ' '
"Today." - '- ; : v "
--He was going to marry-yon!
And he'didn't show np?" '
' She tnade-a little gesture with
her hand. ' "Oh, well, there may
be -good reasons for th4t."
'."But but- why, "... the chap
didn't look like a rotter!"
" "He isn't. He; I "can't ex
plainvbut probably he had. a good
reason.' v . - f --f-. i y.
Bnt--goo4 Lord?" PigS' stam
mered in wrat and embarrassment
"Look here, let me take 'you to a
hotel ' -- ' "
- T can't go to a noteI.5 sbr ald
dully, 'pausing near the Iniorma
tion' Desk ' and looking about rat
tho" faces' In" tho'crowd. ::, He won.
dered whether' she was stilt hop
ing.ta sq 'tho 'man who hd;n0t
f Giving, the ' porterra coin
:e. had held in her hand
!scd him with, a tfod. ami
Tosher,. Merchant Tailor
lit tho flobbiest-aad
? tailor made suits to
100 business and pro-
men buy of. Mosber. . ()
5 EE- THI5 LI5T
No doubt there are at least
a few names on our list of
customers that you will
recognize. Why not con
sult them as to the advis
ability of buying your Used
Car here? The list is at
your disposal any time.
Bonesteele Motor Co.
474 Soulh Commercial
A usen CAR IS ONLY as dependable
AS THE DEALER WHO SELLS IT
By PICiaVICif STAGES
30 HOURS TO SAtf FRANCISCO
Tliroagh Reclintns CltsJr Car Service Poo r Schedolee
Kach Day With Stop Over rrivllegea
Leaving, the Terminal Hotel
9:20 A. 12:20 P. M, 7 P. U 1:25 A. M.
One Way ;, - : $15.50
Round Trip ... . i; :.. .. ...,' . $30.00
One: Way -Round
"-:- For InfurmRtloB Call At
or Phone 635
AMttf Painting and
A genuine "Duco" job on your car
' costs no more than a good paint job
J ARM AN & HOLCOMB
Kcmcmber there is only one "Duco"
219 State Street, Upstairs
NEW FORDSON TRACTORS NOW AVAILABLE
With Special Gear Ratio which develops,
considerable more power
Will be demonstrated
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER THE 21
at the Wm. Matthes Farm near Quinaby
AND ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22
at the Jim Nichols place, on the penitentiary road
Be sure to see this New Fordson and note the increased power.
strations will be held both days between 1 :30 and 4 p. m.
hUev Motor Co
Fine Leather' Hand
Our stock of traveling goods is most com
plete. We have some truly wonderful values.
Just listen to this:
Ladies' Genuine Leather
Week Elnd Cases.. ......
Men's Heavy Cowhide Hand
Bags, leather lined..
Ladies hat boxes . ........
Genuine Fibre Trunks, 36 in
Extra strong Army Lockers.
Wardrobe Trunks .:
$3.60 and up
We-have a lot of special bargain luggage,
which represents quality at reduced prices.
Max O . Bur en
179 N. Commercial
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