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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1926)
: FACTS On RATES
Public Service Commission
Petitioned to Make Com-,
plete Investigation "
,, Governor Pierre yost'erday ad-
drM8d a. letter to I. II. Van Wln-
kle, attorney general, Instructing
him to tile a petition with the: pub
lic service commission' for the pur
pose of determining the facta-in
connection with alleged excessive
v rates charged, by the .various tele
phone , corporations operating in
.the state ofr Oregon. The govern
i or urged, among other things, that
,tlie attorney general nse his linex-
pended appropriation authorized
br the 1925 legislature for the
"'purpose ot employing -any assist
ance that he, may desire., If this
money Is not 'sufficient, the gov
ernor requested the attorney gen-
. eral .to ask , for an emergency ap
propriation through the secretary
- .of state. ; . ; ; .
The governor said he based his
.letter on at recent Investigation of
the telephone situation' conducted
torney., , v f
Officials here- declared today
that he delayed his action until a
iejwr wineksp before Uneejectfcq .
A big shipment of stationery
jusj , received ; ' at "fPat ton's , Book
Store.- All the fatest shade. Gooil
stock.; as shown, on Broadway.
New York.. , , ()
First National IBank the, bank
of friendship and helpfulness in
time of need. U Interest paid on
time deposits. Open an account
and watch yonr-money grow. ( )
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Delegates Declare Employ
ment of Convicts Diffi
Hollows in Cheeks and Neck fJrow
- tag Deeper Every, Week ,
Something i Iust - Jte t Pone ."and
Done Right, Xow Quick
Tens of thousands of thin, run
down men- yes,' and women too
-tf- are getting : discouraged are
'giving up all hope of ever-being
4ble to , take ott flesh and look
""healthy and strong.'
. '- AH snch people can stop worry
' tag and start to smile and enjoy
, life right now. for McCoy's Cod
'LlverOil Compaund Tablets which
any druggist will -tell you all
"about, is putting flesh on hosts of
, r skinny folks every day.
K One woman. , tired, ,weak and
" discouraged, put on .15 pounds in
five weeks and now feels, fine.
- We all know that Cod Wver Oil
. is full of vitalizing 'flesh; produc
ing "tiumlns,- ;but 'many, . people
'can't take It hecause of .its bor-
- rible smell. and. fishy ;tas.te and"be
'ause It often upsets the stomach.
, McCoy's Cod . Liver Oil Com-
Vound Tablets arenas easy to take
'as candy, and if 'anylhin person
; don't gain at' least 5 pounds In 30
'-Hays your druggist" is authorized
fo give you ytmr money back
"and only 60 cents for so tablets.
Ask J. C Perry, D. J. Fry or any
iruggist. j . : .... '.
I Insist on McCoy's,: the original
'and ' genuine, "and": bear in' mind
rthat for thin. 'sickly kids they, are
..wonderful T very sickly Thtld
.--age 9 gained' It : pounds In 7
months. Adv.-! '":.'
w hlch M iss" rieten "Vbekey 'Is glvln g
for. ihe charming Corvallls girl.
On Thursday. Oct. 21,jihe wlI jjo
on to f 'oriiana io. ue iue nonor
gnest at aa' alumnae to he given
by ;het sorority 'sisters in Kappa
Mrs. Walter I. Woods has issued
invitations ; to a lea to : honor her
daughter, the function to be given
at the Woods conn try home. The
hours are from 2; 30 to 4:30 and
a large number "of friends, will
motor out for the event, f
The personnel of the wedding
party chosen by Miss Woods and
her fiance Lleb Riggs of Portland,
has been announced. MIss Flor
ence Greene of Portland will at
tend Miss Woods as maid of honor
and the bridesmaids will be Miss
WilJna. Brewer, Corvallis;! Miss
Linda Volkeye. Portland: Miss
Louise Williamson, Salem ; Miss
Margaret " Oorrie, Eugene. Floyd
Willert ofVWallowa is to attend
Mr. Riggs as best man. The ush
ers will include Forrest Woods,
brother of the ' bride-to-be, James
Phillips and Taylor Poore, the
former a fraternity brother of Mr.
Riggs, and Silas Starr, all of Port
land. Corvallis Gazette-Times.
Recent Bride Is
Honored With Shower
Mrs. John Hay (Marietta Ahalt)
whose wedding was an event of
Friday, was given a pleasant sur
prise last Thursday afternoon at
2 o'clock when members pf the
Northwest cannery., at which she
was employed during the - past
season, presented her with'akvely
silver service and many; other
beautlfalgifta V . "
Those Contributing, to the . sur
prise wero Miss Dorothy Ryley,
Miss Leah Matbews, Miss Dorothea
PITTSBURGH, Pa., Oct. 18.
(AP) Labor unions, manufac
turers and others have created
sentiment against prison indus
tries, making It difficult for the
authorities to find proper employ
ment for convicts while they are
serving time, speakers 'today told,
delegates attending the "annual
congress of the American prison
The delegates were discussing
"Why should a man who is a
criminal, . be supported by the
state?" When the topic -of prison
employment was brought up "J.; O.
Stutzman, general superintendent
of tbe .Pennsylvania state prison
at Rockvlew,- Pa..- said, the unions
'and ".Manufacturers wero' opposed
to prison labor, the latter because I Mat hew; 'Mfara Ruda Quamme,
they.; declare they 'must - not be
made tof compeie with prison In"-,
dustriestnls question of employ
ment Is one of Ithe greatest dlf 1
cultles : facing prison authorities
today. ' I don't think It should'be
made an economic question as bas
Romanus Fellman, warden of
the Montgomery county prison at
NorrisfownrPa., said that wqrk on
the roads was the only ''hard
labor"v available for the convicts
in his charge.' .
Henry O. Miller; 184 S. Com'l.
St.. where most people prefer to
get their'auto parts for all makes
bf cars.; . Trade , here anjl make
savings on all auto parts. ()
The Dixie Bakery leads on high
class breads, pies, cookies and
fancy baked supplies of every kind.
Best by test. Ask old 'customers..
433 Court St. ()
White House Restaurant, 362
Sta$ e St., where hundreds' of peo
ple prefer to eat. - All yotr wanf to
eat for less than-you can: eat at:
horned. Quality and service. ; ' C)
Giiia-Enteridui f "Ted" "T
- "An latfracUta' "'cQUege " affair of
the jpast 'week was t he formal t fa
atwbch .the-Kirlsof tlte,jaar
class' at Wlllainetfe nriiveryisy ''n'
tertained 'for. the ' pleasure i'of.Hhe
rreshman "girls. As is thetnaal
custom, the .tea. took , place' 'at the
spacious" home ot Prof, and Mrs,
WilHam E- Kirk- on 'Stite Rteet.
Calling hours were from 3 to 5:36
The autumn flowers were 'ar
ranged In a colorful manner In
the living room, library and din
ing room. , The tea" table was un
usually beautiful with an arrange
ment of small pink pom pom chry
santhemums in a lowibasket. Can
dles to harmonize burned n 'silver
' More than 75 girls called during
the afternoon. Miss Ella Pfeifer
greeted the guests at ' the door.'
In the 'receiving line were Miss
Louise Flndley, Mrs. William t E.
Kirkr Miss Frances M; Richards,
Mrs. Carl Gregg Doney and Miss
Bern ice Mulvey.
A delightful musical program
pleased . the guests, during calling
hours. Piano numbers were giv
en by "Miss Eugenia Savage, Miss
Madge Reid and Miss Helen Sande.
Miss Claudirie Gerth gave, vfolin
solos and Miss Margaret Arnold
Mrs. E. C. Richards, Mrs. Geo.
H. Alden and Miss Virginia Merle
Crites presided at the tea table.
Those who assisted in the serv
ing were Miss Wilma Spence, Miss
Frances Iemery, Miss Phoebe
Smith. Miss Evangeline Heiniek.
Miss 'Bernice ' Clemman and Miss
Club Will Meet
,Tbe club 'Of the Sons of Veter
ans' auxiliary will meet with Mrs.
Charles Sessingen at 14 25 Jorth
Beyenteenth street this afternoon
at '2 o'clock. " -' . "
W.'R. C. Ladies' Aid
M iss Marl e Sebern . M iss Lola . Al
ten. Miss AJta Chapman. ; Miss
Kiria Burlre, Miss Margaret "Dick,
Miss Lepra. Spires and. Mrs.
Quamme; Messrs. Carl Huber,
Herbert Kane, Frank Huber, -K.
V. Maguren, M. E. Maguren, Frank
Bentley, N. K. Spires Pat Tatter
son. Ronald ilulbert, Ulysses San
ders. William Va regin. Olaf BUx
soth and Nels Blixseth.
Auburn Ladies . to M eet to
Ladies of the Auburn Commun
ity club are jisked to meet 'at 2
o'clock this afternoon at the home
of MrsPeitfer for; the purpose of
organizing a ladles auxiliary to
XrMth:wartn 'salt water
tan apply vr taroat .
AA iar E3 1 mn .
Miss Alice Bratzel, Miss Pearl
Doerfler, Mtsr Pauette 'Seberai-fi 'The regular meeting of the
Woman's Relief corps ladies' aid
socieCy will be held on Thursday
at 'the fair grounds. The regular
covered dish luncheon will be
served at noon. The ladies re
occupied making articles for the
bazaar which Will be held in No
vember. Miss Rodolf , Entertains ' ,
Portia Mansfield Dancers '
With Studio Tea L,,... , '
;'A group of 'guests who were. . a
particular delight to their hostess
were the Portia Mansfield DaHcef.
whom Miss , Helen Rodolf enjpr-
VOTE THE MEPliJBlJlCivj TICKET
. ; ; V ELECT
:. ;.U. S. SENATOR
X V r
The; election of Stefweras U.
S .Senator from Oregon, is of
national importance. By virtue
tof repubHcan control f the sen
ate ' Senator i McNary !holds . the
' chairmanship of the important
irrigation 'arid agriculture com-
.'mittees. Jf the; voters 'of this
v state should go so fa? afield as ,
o elect a democrat f it '.ihig-nt
mean a-loss df republican, con
trol of the senate and a cbnse
:. querit surrender of Senator Mc
" Nary'g vital - committee ihair
. manships. . j
-, A vote for Steiwerthe feffu-
lar Tepublican: primary nomitiee
. is a.-vote for republican control
" of national ffairsvv 3 1 i
Patterson , is fiamiliar-with the
problems that iwciuld '(Confront
l him as Governor of Oreon; . A
farmer, he understands the prob
; lems of the farmer. . A "business
; man he knows the heeds bf bus-
iness:iHe jjrpmisesfair ahd just
treatment, for alL He will seek
' ri to lojver taxes through a reduc-
; tion. pf; the cost of state govern-,
ment. : He -will not follow estab-
- lished precedent and' spend most
. b'histime;away rom the' state.
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'Patterson yig be yotir'Govern-
br bnjthc joh, attending, to the
1 busiriess- pf 'the state as it 'ac-
Few .men who 'have entered
congress -have, more faithfully
served ! their' district lahd ' their
state: than-has W-C.ITawley-dur--ing
the, many years that he has
-been a member pf .the lowervna
tional legislative body. He is on
the 'jobrthrdUghoUt'each 'session
of congress ably representing the
people of the First Congressional
District. He now holds an im
portant pbsitioh' on the ways and
means committee .
? .Yon' have used good judgment
In ,(he past; you iyiir use good
judgment asaih, by , sending Ay.
C- 'Hawley pacc to congress.?7
STAND BY YOUR PARTY BY ELECTING
;l ' -in AIW2RTISBMEXTRKpiTBLlCAXt STATE CEVITCfl 'ioirUIITEK, VlUh ilEXSCUAS, CWWVdAX i
a i rtfl -!- i)-r m 1 nan 4 rauy
afrernobttat tea.- " -."";'. 7
; "The attractive studio was loTely
wilh f)iim(ifi - Itowls of antunin
Awt?r; Jni be rllv.fall tlntswlth
itMklle to hajrmautze. - .
'"A" group -of -M Iss Todoiri older
Students," who made up a line party
U the Elslribre ' theater . for the
daaee features on Saturday, asstst-
fed: jber : Jh4jthe; serTlng."" ' v , t'j
Miss "ilodolf wag particularly
glad to meet these .exponents 'of
famous dance ideals because they
were her ' friends in ""Steamboat
Springs. Colo., this "summer where
she studied, and where she was
also asked to Join the company,
declining in order to return to
Summer in Walla Walla
Mrs. Fred Perin and , daughters J
Brenda and Delphine, and Miss
Delpha Savage hare returned to
Salem after spending the summer
In fWalla "Walla and in' King's val
Bbnesteele Motor Co., 474 S.
Com'l., has the JDodge automobile
for you. All steel body. Lasts a
lifetime. "Ask Dodge owners. They
will tell you. ()
' Hallk & Eoff Electric Shop, 337
Court St. Everything electric,
from .motors and fixtures and sup
plies to wiring. ' Get prices and
ledk at complete stock. ()
-Capital City Cooperative Cream
ery. Milk, cream, buttermilk. The
Buttercup butter has no equal.
Cold standard of perfection. ,137
8. Com'l. Phone 299. ()
LITTLE MISS VERY ILL
"SILVERTON. Ore., Oct. 19.
(Special-) -Eleanor Benson., the
11-year-old .daughter, of Mr, and
Mrs. George Benson of the Silver
ton Ilills, Isi reported as being
critically ill at a Salem hospital.
The little girl wasoperatedTupon
Saturday evening. Not much hofpe
Was held out for her recovery late
Eleanor is also the niece of
Mrs. Carl Sp'echt, president of the
SUverton Parent-Teachers asso-elation.
Virginia Vallie Has Star Role
-, in Screen Version of
. . Stage Success
Another striking iiastance of
sufceessf ullr' bridging popular ,
stage-play to, the-screen without
lessening Its dramatic . flavor is
vividly . illustrated in t Virginia
Valli's latest starring vehicle. "Up
ihe Ladder," ihe Universal-Jewel
feature .which opens today at the
"Up the Ladder," is the adap
tion of pwen'Dav.ls popular melo
drama of the same name and tells
the" story of an unselfish woman
Who undergoes-, self, denial in or
der that: she may successfully
boost her husband, an inventor, to
the heights of fame' and power4
Parallel with the main theme.
ot the story, and-vital. to the ac-
tion xf the play, is the splendid
pictorial reproduction of a prac-
ticat televisionphone, an appara-j
tus which makes it possible for
one to actually see the person to
whom . one Is speaking over the
ln: Injecting the novel invention
Into the picture, Edward Sloman
who directed the film, did in no
wise rely on a fictitious machine
Televisionphone only recently has
become the subject, of discussion
in scientific. circles.- . -. - !
V TOrTesttanleyv a "the hus-j
f bahdxin verilor jrf ecta :fele
-Tlaionphone .but linos mat na; u,
"onta the market because certain!
Commercial -wizards brand 'hW
service as inipras! JcaL -H is sweet-j
health later his wif e, as playe41 b
lilsV'TaU'C comes ''to .hjs '''Aid ahdj
rthe Invention is placed' on, the
market, causing a. furore in scten-t
Married Woman Eats
Only Bread and Milk
. "I could eat pnly .- bread . and
milk, everything else soured and
formed gaK TSince taking Adier-
ika I can eat anything without
causing gasv" s4gtted): Mrs. J.;Bi
Manning. ONE spoonful Adlcrika
removes GAS and often brings .as
tonishing 'relief td? thi stomach.
Stops thai-full, bloated feelingj
Excellent for obstinate, constipaj
tioh, often removing surprising
amounts of 'did waste-matter, yom
never thought was in your system j
J. C. Perry, Druggist. 115 S. Com
mercial St. Adv.
The MarTori 'Autombbile Co, .' The
Studebaker.- the world's : ' greatest
small. Will last a lifetime, with
care. " Standard coach $1415. ' ( )
titio circles ac4- brigias "a talili
to- its ' inventor, " ; ' r " -t.pnce
"Uptt Ladder," the in-
yentqr-hnshand Z hglecU . and
scorns the woman who so nQbiy
stood by im,in jiis days of strug
gle WdtO whom he owes all his
success. - - ..
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At Schaefers Drug Store, :
o'Clock Wednesday Mbrrung, Oct. 2d
iCorrie early and feet first" Choice while stock is complete.
Stock consists of Clocks, Mirrors in fact r
, everything in Ivory ... r
Shell two tone white arid gold inlaid
Remember every thin first clioice at v
No Phone or C. O. D., No Charges
Look it over iti bUr'window whieh' will be sealed till
Wednesday morning, October 20, when sale starts
' We reserve the righrto limit qulahfl ties h - '
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, . . - " - " Only At --:':;: .v ' ,
Original Yellow J Front Dritg Store
135 North Commercial Street : ' Phone 15)7
Penslar Agency , '
Busick's has -made better Uvirig possible for thousands. Not only do we
offer the betfer rfoooTs"at a very lb w pnce, but our Free DeUveryof fresh
meats, bakery goods and well knoWn cKialiry oe'erie? affords the Salem
housewife the 'Opportunity of savmgtinie' a Veil as 'the paving of money.
Phone 455-456. Order your meat, groceries ad biakery ; goods - delivered
all at one tirrle. We're siire you'll like ibis new Hvay 61 buying.
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Fishery Blend Flour; 491b. sk. 52.15
Grown Flour, 49 lb. sk; . T2.10
Eagle Flour, a wonderful
value at ..$1:98
Fisher's Quick Fisher's Citeam
LaVle pkg. : ' . ? 8ck
Campbell's Pork and Beans, -
3 packages .i.t-;.'.ti :25c
IQQ jPurei6eaf pift
Lard - Shortening .
4b. pjpul J .4".rpail
89 ; S9c
Rich with Milk. The great source of
nburishmeriL ';Try, a loaf tomorrow
and 'Vee Why SemlWorheri have
For the larger
families we make
flie iy2 lb. loaf.3
Sells ' v
The mall "sLze
loaf. Same qual
ity as the larger
A new'Brooxnvi; pur newJSlue and
GbH Broom is the bestBroom tor1
be 13 :atanyjH:e Usj than!51?75.!
-See rthisrcKTOnour vprice 511 9.-
You . have r y our
choice of -"whole
wheat." - irraham.
bra p, yaisih or
Fr e he h loaf ' at
-the -same -price as
the. white. . . : 1
Here you may se
lect your choice
-ciitV o f prime
yourig steer 'beef
fs teaks, toasts or
boiling beef .
H e ire a 1 lo ybii
Will find the
cuts of-the very
fi - . I .- - !.
P u Ve rpbrk sau-
sage, ; S w i f t s
Piremiurii i hams,
ascaae . n a m s ,
sliced as you like
Pure lard in Sulk
i . 2 lbs. 30c -1
sOrder with (your
Always the - Same LoW Prices Every Day in the Week
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