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WEDNESDAY- MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 192G
Meetings Being Held All Over
VallcyTjOrie Tin? Safem ,7
Under the directions f R. 'Hi
KIpp. marketing- specialist of the
Portland 'Chamber of Commerce,
meetings re-being: beld in each
of tb ralley counties. - with the
vouaty : bankers,. - commercial or
sanitations, prune growers and
packers. ; ;:
The firet"tneeting "was at Dallas
Friday eTenlne. the. 19th, tor Polk
county, where the plan wan unani
IRoaTy ' endorsed. - The j chamber
of 'Commerce of Dallas at their
noon luncheon yesterday aLo
unanimously endorsed the move
ment. j.. r '"- ,
Tonight, at the Salem Chamber of
Contmerce- rooms, there - will be a
meeting- pt the hankers of Marion
county, at which any one else will
be s taade. 'welcome. There are
three di'fferent-iorma of local units
being proposed for discussion.
On -Friday neit, Norember 26i
there" will 'be a' meeting at th'e
commercial club rooms at New
berg, by the Bankers' association
of Yamhill -county.
All: the nine bounties of the val
ley will be covered by these meet
ings, before- starting the holding
of meetings 'with the 'prune grow
ers; -; ' ' ' f ;4 . - .
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- XDricb & Roberts, realtors. 122
Cwnmercial fit.. Know property
; ralae's- And -make for yon profit
able Investments. Will both save
and make you money.- ()
Chas. K: Spa u id In Logging Cn..
lumber and building materials.
The best costs no more than inferior-grades,
do to the big Sa
lem factory' and save money. ()
"The Kort Kafe" New
- Name of Eating Place
- 'The Kert Kafe" Is the new
name ; selected for the oM Oyster
Loaf restaurant by the Judges in
the receut'namc contest. Some
time ago this restaurant changed
hands. IU' O. llenderaon and E. C.
Mepnia are the proprietors. They
have had. the rooms completely re
modeled end redecorated and also
added some new and up to date
equipment. .All of the work done
has added to the attractiveness of
the plate 'and a real homelike at
mosphere i maintained.
In preparing for' the opening of
the' remodeled restan ran tv the pro
prietors, thought a new name
would be4n order. Not being able
to come t.' some decision for
name , they.' decided - to conduct a
contest.. VOyer 3000 names were
Suhmittedlo the judges. Anna
Nash ' submitted . the name "The
Kort Kafe,". while the Judges de
cided that F. W. i Bailey had the
second beet 'Offering. Judges were
Rosalia Kerber.'C. A. Carlson and
II W.iSlmeral. - '
s Tyler's feig Z Cold Capsules will
cure jPour cold. If yon don't be
lieve tV try It for, yourself . Tyler's
is thetonly place to get them, IS?
8. Cotn'l. ()
T 'Buy' at Director's and save. $20
men's'all wool suits $9.95 in Di-
rcctorii Downstairs Store, v $2.50
elicertpants $1.69; $2:50 slicker
coasts $1.(9; COc toe rubbers 19c.
FIREMAN KILLED WHEN :
M SLjDE WRECKS LIMITED1
i (Cotinuet troav jf 1.)
I u- - .'Tv
iter baJu5 derailed. Instead of to
I the Ictt. and into a rock bank", the
entire train would have plunged
down Jt 40 foot embankment into
tb Umatilla river, it is said.
J. U. Snodgrassi engineer, es
caped "injury when he was thrown
clear n : the river side of the
track,? Neither fireman or,engin
cer4ia'it warning of the slide which
came down the mountainside just
as the limited reached the curve.
I A rocfc weighing almost a Ion was
found 'Under the pilot of the en
gine. ' v ; .::..-"
.; C. L Hamilton,- express mes
sengers was lying on a bunk in the
baggage car when the wreck oc
Jcurred:' Realizing what was hap
Ipenln he reached up and caught
; A ATAinTTMr'&MK'Ar'r
THE KORT KAFE
428 Court Street - '
. (Formerly the Oyster Loaf) ,
. Which has been remodelled and redec
' i orated will open at 1 1 a. m. Thursday
,y A SPECIAL THANKSGIVING
MFss Anna Nash submitted the name arid Won
the $15, first prize offered.
i F. W. Bailev submitted
''The U. S. Cafe, and won
i The Judges were: MissfRosaliai KeberV C' A.'
I ; Carlson .and IS. W. Simerali r'l
' We inrite your patronace gnd assure yoa the
H. C. Mennis KJ ?
hold of two irbn i bars - above his
head, swinging free as the bag
gage' "car dropped down r the embankment-
Two bodies being tak
en east vere in the baggage car
and 'Hamilton narrowly avoided
injury r. death when one of the
boxes was hurled toward him.
' Toe baggage car was uncoupled
from the ' tender and rolled Into
the river in order, to facilitate get
ting thflioIst8 to a point where
the fireman's . body could be re
leased, ; ; .
The Commercial 3o6k Store has
everything you need In books and
stationery and supplies for the
school, effice, or home at the low
est possible prices. ()
Deduction on all hats at the
I Vanity Hat Sboppe, 289 Court St.
Be sure to see our tine 01 nais be
fore bujlng. Latest metal cloth
hats J.-t In. ; , : ()
FALL' DOHENY HEARING
MARKED WITH ORATORY
(Coatiaaed from !' 1.)
had spent this sum in Improving1
bis New .Mexico ': ranch holdings.
tLe former secretary "did not tell
the truth about It. but tried in
etery way to conceal it."
Calling attention that nearly a
month after the loan was made,
Pohenjr had advjsed the govern
ment his firm would not under
take Ihe Pearl Harbcr develop
ment. Hogan insisted there had
been no secrecy: that Fall Led
fiffe&.hls. demand note; had used
the money to buy ranch property,
paying $10,000 in cash In the
presence of witnesses., and mak
ing the other payments in the
usual way by checks and drafts.
The -peerless Bakery, 170 N.
-Commercial. Sanitary, up to date.
Prompt delivery. Bakers for those
who appreciate the best. Increas
ing patrons tell the tale. ()
Pdmeroy & Keen, jewelers
never fall to give you 100 on
rbe dollar. Watches, clocks, pins.
charms.- Standard high grade
stock In all .departments, -()
Hop Growing and Selling
Concern Being Started
SILVERTON, Ore., Nov. 23.-
( Special.) A company with the
paramount purpose of growing,
buying, and selling high grade
hops is being organized. heTe this
wkv Frank A. Morley of this
city, one of Oregon's well known
hop men. will head the new con-
4-rn. Mr. Morifcy is a hop m.ui of
years of experience and has re
duced the business of growing
hops to a science thus producing
some of the finest crops in the
valley. The company expects to
be represented by an investment of
Stop, look, and listen to our ap
peal. If you are not absolutely
satisfied with- ychir laundry prob
lem, call 165. Hand work our
specialty, - o- ()
C. F. Breithaupt, florist and
decorator. 512 State. Phone 380.
Flowers, bulbs, floral designs -for
all occasions. Pioneer and leader
In Salem. )
WOMAN RECITES STORY
OF LIFE BEFORE JURY
(Coatimed freta yaf 1.)
before.' This she used in the base
ment of her apartment house, she
said, but later when her conscience
troubled -her because she was do
ing something that ""Daddy would
not like, she gathered up the pois
oned food placed for rats, and
put it, in the furnace.
' She said that her husband, in
cautioning her about the danger
of children who were" accustomed
to be around the 'basement while
their parents were washing
clothes, picking up the poisoned
food, had said to her: "The tell
tale, convulsion Would be such that
everybody would know the child
bad poison and you would be un
happy all your life." : . .
Mrs. McGee and Mrs,. Aslop both
testified that Dr. McGee was- ac
customed to take the poison men
tioned by : the state, as a heart
stimulant. ,. i "
i Bonesteele Motor- Co.. 4?','iS.
Com!, has'-the Dodge automobile
for you. AH steel body. Lasts a
lifetime. Ask Dodge owners. They
will tell you. s - - t
Vlbbert & Todd . Electric Store.
High at Ferry Sts. Agents for the
Easy; Washer. Good service and
low prices are bringlng-an increas
ing trade to this store. . ()
the second choice name.
the $5.00 prize offered
v R. G. Henderson 1
By SMITH MY
Special Thanksgiving Dinner
for . Homeless ; Men
Thursday Planned 1 ?
The local Salvation Army f Is 1
planning, a special program to be
given at their hall. 241. State.
Thanksgiving night, commencing
at ; 8 o'clock. ' The occasion will
also b in the nature of a welcome
home to Mrs. Ensign Pitt, who re
turns to Salem today, after a three
weeks rest at. her- home in Colo
rado. . . ,-' , -V '
Homeless and indigent men of
the city will be given' a special
Thanksgiving dinner on that day.
from 1 to 2:30 p. m. Tickets for
this will be distributed from the
local hall Thursday morning, 10
to 12 o'clock. ; 7 r
Some especially needy families
will be remembered with Thanks
giving baskets." -
Nash leads the world in motor
ar values. Beautiful display of
new models at the F. W. Petty
John Co , 365 N. Com 'l.
J. J. Sweeney of Wedderbur'n
is a local visitor.
F. E. Jones of The Dalles is in
this city today. .
L. Farrington of Newport was
a visitor in this city Tuesday.
M. J. Lynch of Eugene was a
Salem visitor Tuesday night. -
J. W. Dunbar of Eugene spent
Tuesday in this city.
Glen Robertson of Springfield
was among the out of town visit
ors in this city Tuesday night.
W. C. Reamy of Hillsboro spent
Tuesday aight In this city.
E. L. France of Alsea is a Sa
A. Brown of 'Fossil arrived in
this city Tuesday night.
I. E. Arnold of Lebanon is a
visitor in this city.
L. E. Arnold, a resident of Leba
non, visited (his city Tuesday. :
Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Wood or
lone are Salem visitors.
Josie Ziemer of M)ll City was
in tl.is city Monday.
H. Schmid of Eugene was a Sa
lem visitor Tuesday.,
M. C. Patty-of McMinnville was
in this city Tuesday.
Frank Taylor of Albany was a
visitor in thls city Tuesday.
C. W. Avery of VJeston was a
visitor here Monday.
W. A. Jones of Macleay was a
Salem visitor yesterday.
Albert T. Savage of Victor Point
was a Salem visitor yesterday.
E. N. Downing, a resident of
Pacific City, was in the city Tues
day. Buster Brown Shoe Store. High
class.' stylish looking, comfort
giving, long wearing shoes for the
least money. Come and be con
vinced. 125 N. Com'L ()
Smith & Watkins for tire serv
ice at a lower cost. Vulcanizing
and retreading, tube repairing.1 If
you have tire trouble just call 4 4.
Corner Court and High Sts. ()
tion. Let us help you be thankful. ,
BUDGET FOR SCHOOL
t ; . (Continued from pije 1.)
less than at first estimated.
The 1 tentatively estimated cost
of the proposed addition, as sub
mitted by Lyle Bartholomew, arch
itect, was given as $2238. In
case an added heater for the new
addition is put In.the cost will be
increased $1200. making $3588 In
all. This would make the total
cost of the building $89,325. - - -
The regular annual taxpayers'
meeting for consideration of the
school district budget for 1927
was scheduled for last night, but
no taxpayers showed up at the
The board resolved itself into
such a committee and aproved the
budget after a discussion lasting
about one minute.
The school nurse will be allowed
$10 a month to pay for gasoline
and oil used in school business,
the board derided.
Thirty-eight lockers for use-In
the senior high school building
will be ordered from the Durobllt
Manufacturing company, it was
decided. These lockers are built
fitted with locks.
Appointment of a superintend
ent of construction for the new
Leslie junior high school was post
poned, as the architects will be on
the ground to oversee the prelimi
nary construction work.
Letters of appreciation will be
sent to the Hansen-Hammond
company because it offered $1000
to repair the dry rot in Parrish
junior high school, and to Knight
on & Howell, architects for tfie
school, for their cooperation and
assistance in suppressing the dry
Mr. Shannon, representing the
Peninsula Foundry & Machine
company, offered to install hog
fuel burners free of cost in the
Parrish and senior high school
buildings for a demonstration of
the burner's economy of operation.
No action was taken on the offer.
MEXICAN MINING LAW
WRANGLE NEARS CRISIS
(Continued from Ifge 1.)
departure of embassy staffs of
In diplomatic history, breaks in
diplomatic relations between first
class powers always have been fol
lowed by war. Such, however has
not always been the case in rela
tions between the United States
and Latin America.
The Mexican government has
been warned, between the lines at
least, that diplomatic relations
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Storage and Transfer
Long and Short Distance.
Public and Private.
Paul Ti-Mglio, Prop.
Day 28. r Nite 1267-W
For a "Successful "
I While originally the Pilgrim Fathers did not lay as much
stress on their table as they did upon their church going,
yet Thanksgiving Day nowadays,; depends, for, its success
upon the food you serve. One can be mdrcj thankful on a
full stomach. '' .;' '. .. . ; --.'
Meats, poultry, and the ever-present turkey will be found
at this store in a great abundance, and, at very low prices.
Everything is, fresh and wholesome, and wijl give satisfac
CHOICE PORK ROASTS
; - ; ' ; 20c lb.
r- i .-.-;. 'Whef e a Dollar Does ItjDutyl t
1 73 .South Commercial Telephone 1 42 1
will be endangered if it deprives
American citizens In Mexico : "of
the full ownership and enjoy
ment" "of their property rights. ;
The Mexican government has
replied, calling upon the United
States for "the concrete cases in
which recognized principles of in
ternational law may have been
violated or may be violated in dis
regard of legitimate Interests of
American citizens since in such
cases It (the Mexican government)
wiil be disposed to repair such
For the moment, the situation
There were four notes in the
group published today. The first,
by Secretary Kellogg, dated July
31. of this year, enumerates four
basic principles which it says had
"all been endorsed by the Mexi
can, government" and said the re
maining difficulties lie in "speci
fic application of the general con
ceptions." The four petitions are:
"First: Lawfully vested rights
of property of every description
are to be respected and preserved
in conformity with the recognized
principles of international law and
"Second: The general under
standing reached by the commis
sioners of the two countries in
1923, and approved by both gov
ernments at the time of resump
tion of diplomatic relations be
tween them, stands unmodified
and its binding force is recog
nized. '"Third: The principle of inter
national law that it is both the
right and the duty of a govern
ment to protect its citizens against
any invasion of their rights of
person or property by a foreign
government, and that this right
may not be contracted away by
' UPSET STOMACH
Corrects Stomach so
The moment you eat a tablet of
"Pape's Diapepsin" your indiges
tion is gone. No more .distress
from a sour, acid, upset stomach.
No flatulence, heartburn, palpi
tation, or misery-making gases.
Correct your digestion for a few
cents. Each package' guaranteed
by druggist to overcome stomach
the individuals Is conceded. ;
"Fourth : : The ; principle that
vested rights may not be impaired
by legislation retroactive in char
acter or confiscatory in effect 13
Referring to the 1923 Joint
commission proceedings Mr. Kel
logg said "The paramount issue
was that of recognition."
"Without the assurances re--eived
in the course of that nego
tiation, recognition could not and
would not have been extended and
my government confidently relies
upon the fulfillment of the assur
ances then given," Mr. Kellogg
WILLIE STEVENS TELLS
OF HUNT FOR MINISTER
(Continued from paze 1.)
but strike me."
He was questioned by Clarence
E. Case of defense counsel as to
a revolver. Willie said he, owned
It is a known fact that regular and
thorough lubrication lengthens
the life of a car
Monroe S. CKeek
Complete Automotive Lubrication
Court at Capitol
The Widespread Publicity Given Our
OF FINE FOOTWEAR
Has attracted men and women from far and near
who know and appreciate STYLE, COMFORT,
QUALITY and SERVICE.
Hanan, Forsheim and Selby's Archpreservers Shoes j
are well known to thousands who want only the best I
Kid, patent and satin in
black and brown. Regu
lar $9.00 at
Latest lasts in all leath
ers and satin, high or low
heels. Regular $10.00
and $11.00, at
Very latest lasts, new
toes, spike heels, black
and colors. Regular $12
t Pumps and
Black, tan and brown.
Regular $9.00 to $15.00.
By permission at
' $7.95 to
i.. v- : . -
Kid and felt in all colors.
Regular $2.00 to $1.00
'; ' ' ' V"' iS'f---
fa weapon of the hanimerless type
tin 1922'and had had it for 15 or
20 years.. It had not been used
for years, he said, and ' was last
fired, with blank cartridges as a
part of a Fourth of July demon
stration. Stevens said he had observed
nothing unusual in the relations
between his sister and her hus
band. ' He told of retiring to his
room in the early evening of Scp-
Jtember 14. 19 22, and remaining
there until aroused by Mrs. Hall
about 2:30 o'clock in the mornin;
with the news that Mr. Hall had
not returned home and a request
that he join her in a visit to the
church to look for him.
No lights were found at the
rlmrch li o said anrl tho nair .rtn
tinued to the Mills home, as the!
minister on. leaving the house In
the early evening had said that
he was going to see about the
"Mills bill," referring to a hos
GOING AT SALE PRICES
New stock, all sizes. Regular
Black and colors, buckle and
SaysThe feet are the main
bearings to the human ma
chine, and it is of utmost im
portance to keep them in run
ning order ALL DISEASES
and ABNORMAL , CONDI
TIONS scientifically- treated.
Office hours 9 a. m. to 5:30
Boys' Dress Shoes
All leathers in black or tan,
sizes 2Vi to 6. Reg. $5.00 and
$6.00. ' '
f . -
greatest" ?w v i CS'
Tomorrow Friday '
"MY OWN PAL"
New lasts in black and
tan. All sizes. Regular
and Oxfords ,
Black, brown and tan,
nQw broad toes, all sizes.
Regular $12.00 at
Black and brown, staple
lasts, all sizes. Regular
$12.50 at ;
Kid or calf in brown or
black, staple lasts. Reg
ular $15.00, at
Black , and tan oxford
lasts. All sizes.- Regular
$9.00 and $10.00,
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