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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM OREGON
SUNP AY -MORNING-FEBRUARY-13 1 927-
- - -Xttaed Daily Except Monday jr
THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPAXT
. SIS South Commercial St, SaUa, Oregon
SL J. Hasdricka -fYad
3. Tos -
Xrl 8. Mc Sherry
... - Mail agar
. .. - '- City Editor
- Society r.diur
Amdred Bane -
, r MEMBE OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
"Th Auociated Preai ia aieluaiTely antitlad to iht nae for aablieatto of atl newa
glapatehn rreditcJ to H or aot i otherwise credited ia itie pane and aUo tha local
pahlished herein. -.; w : .. . ,., j
tCr-'- - v BUSINESS
' Si "-"Bell, 121 8eenrity Bg.. Portland.
t rmomaa P. Clark Co, Kew York. 128-135
Bsaineea Of fie 2 or 53
.Newt Department 23 or 105
netjr iLAitaL . 1 Aft
Enured at the Poet Office ia Salem. Oregon, aa teeoneVelaaa matter.
' f ' ' February 13. 1027
er-i. 4 18 ur retuge and strength, a very present help In trouble.
Therefore will not we fear, though the earth be removed, and though
, the -mountains be carried into the midst of the sea. Psalms 46:1-2.
-- The Salens Young- Women's Christian association needs
$7000 in popular subscriptions to aid in carrying on. its work
.for the coming year , 4 , - ;
Will start its camnaim fnr
ml" have life and that you mix lit
THAT ia addition' to the members it has 185 Girl Reserves in high
:and junior high schools whose purpose Is to "find and give the
i" ' best," and whose slogan is: "I will try to face life squarely."
' THAT the. Gray club' is made'up of young business women of the towh
w Hose purpose is: "To promote growth in Christian character
and service through physical, social, mental and spiritual train
wt i - . lng." ' : '!.'.
j I THAT 500 women and girls used the association rooms during the
- pajst year. '.' " -
4 THAT work was found for more than 1000 women and girls by -the
,fre employment bureau.
THAT an average of 50 girlsbring their lunches and eat in the living
A- rooms each day. ! . '
THAT i.b. hotel accommodated 44 transient and 55 permanent guests
v daring the year. There are 14 permanent and 2 transient rooms.
THATithe hotel department of the Y. W. C. A. is self-supporting.
THAT more than 100 women and girls use the rest rooms, phones,
-- reading table and other accommodations each day. Many coun-
- ' try and town shoppers making It their uptown headquarters,
r THATfit Is the only rest room in town, available for women that is
open until ten o'clock at night.
THAT! there was a summer camp at Mehama. Three weeks of work
.and fun and the joy of living out of doors. 65 girls attended
camp in three groups.
THAT Miss Nina McNary's Bible class meets regularly on Monday
- evenings at fhe Y. W. C. A. I
THATt the Y. W. C. A. is asking for the sum of $7000 to carry on the
work for another year. !
THAT the slogan is: i
;; -j'tFor your town and YOU!" j
, '" The budget item for salaries is $4000, and the next larg
est item is rent, $2040. The heat and light items make up
'k 600,1 house upkeep and replacements, $700, and the other
items are for water, telephone, campaign expenses, office and
printing; national work, conference expenses, contingent, and
'committee work, and a deficit of $500 from 1926. The total
i budget is $9221, and the estimated receipts $2221, making
the balance of $7000 needed, as stated in the first paragraph
fr The Salem Y. V. C. A. needs a new building, not so much
- to save the annual rent of $2040 as to give the additional f acil
ities that are needed, and will be more pressing with the
' irrowth of the city and the surrounding country, which will
be continuous and rapid. The new home should be near the
" . Y. M. C. A. building, partly because the same athletic equip-
ment may be made to serve both institutions, or at least part
:" of it -and more especially the swimming pool
r - And partly because the activities of the two lines of serv
ice to the public are naturally closely related, and ought to be
carried on in a spirit of cooperation. : -
Now.-however, for the camnaism to make ud the budget.
Later,, and not tocHong delayed, a campaign for a Y. W. C. A.
, building in Salem, erected with reference to a certain and
large growth of, this field of most useful work.. . ,
The people of the Willamette
.Jta . . B ... ITli a f
i ot in fNonnern facnic ana
ton' lines consummated, and the Oregon Electric property de
veloped, as it should be-. 1 5 " " " i
" 7 "For; this will mean a greater outlet forour products in all
. the vast territory served by these lines -
.Will mean amore intensive development of our industries
on the land and in the towns and cities, in order to make-increased
traffic for the far. flung system tha.t will be enabled
to function more perfectly and economically by the merger. ;
Ralph Budd, president of the Great Northern, on whose
shoulders rests sthe mantle of his old chief,! Jim Hill, is the
moving spirit in this gigantic undertaking.
And such1 a system as is proposed operated in the spirit
of the 'dynamic force and enterprise of Jim Hill, will do great
ihings for the Pacific northwest, and all the rest of the terri
tory served. i 1 1 -
Bjra vote of 102,119 for and 73,086 against it, the people
"ipf Oregon at. the November! election' carried. the bill to do
.laway. withfish. wheels and
W. H. Hendaraoa ClrnUtion Manager
Ralph H. Klaiaing Advertising Hiufar
Frank Jaakoaki - Manager Job lept.
K. A. Rhoten - - . . JLireatoek Editor
W. C. Conner ...... Poultry Kditor
5. 4 - -
. Slat St.; Cnieago, Marquette Bid.:
Y. W. C. A.
fnnds and nlrdges on TWsda
nave it more abundantly.'-
valley hope to see the merger
A A 1. -VfJ "
jreai iMonnemna.xne isurunsr-
partially clean up the Columbia
river, in order to unbind the fetters of the commercial fishing
industry of this state; and the Marion county vote was 6695
for and only,4460 against it - - ;
. And how there are two bills in the legislature, one to re
peal the law enacted by the people, and the other to delay the
time of its taking effect till the last day of next year.
There is little danger that the first one will pass; it would
be too raw, the legislature brazenly flying in the face of the
whole people -; V t -
But there are some members who will have the effrontery
to vote for the bill providing for the delay.
It is unthinkable that such a measure could have any
chance of success. And it is unthinkable that the other bill,
providing for further cleaning up the Columbia, should die in
committee or for anyother reason not be passed.
It will be good business for Salem to help fill to the last
seat and he last inch of space in the Elsinore on Monday
night. . And . the Portland Symphony Orchestra, one of the
greatest organizations of the kind in the United States, de
serves that much and more.
I Bits For Breakfast
Portland symphony orchestra
Greatest in that line" ever in
V . -.'. -
Will be at the Elsinore Monday
evening, and will be greeted by a
big house; likely a house packed
to the last inch, as it should be.
a. S e, r
The legislature will end its 40
ay session on Friday night next.
ut predictions are that it will not
Idjourn sine die then. The au-
oritles quoted say the housa may
e ready to adjourn then, but that
will be impossible for the senate
be ready, unless there can be
nforced a gag rule and a lot of
peeding up done. If the senate
oes not adjourn, the house can
ot. The 95 a day expenses would
LEGAL NOTICES I
NOTICE DOG OWNERS
i Under present raw on March 1
penalty of SI. 00 will be added
m ail Male and Spayed Female
log licenses making them $2.00
n March 1, and a penalty of $2.00
will be added on all Female dog
licenses making them $4.00 on
March 1. This will also apply to
the keeper of dogs as well as
Any owner or keeper of a dog
who shall fail to procure a license
las provided by the present law
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
U. G. BOTER, County Clerk.
The undersigned will receive
sealed bids up until 7:30 p. m.,
February 21, 1927, for the haul
ing of 43.000 bbls.. more or le
of Portland cement to be used in
the City of Salem street improve
ment for the season of 1927.
Tha -right is reserved to reject
II any or all b in the interest of
M. POULSEN, City Recorder.
' On Fire Iepartment Supplies
Bids will be received by the
undersigned up to 7:30 p. m.,
March 7, 1927, on an Electric
Siren for the City o? SaJem. Ore
gon. Bids to be submitted as
5 H. P. for 3 phase, 60 cycle
current, 220 volt. '
.7 H. P. for 3 phase, 60 cycle
current. 220 volt.
12 H. P. for 3 phase, 60 cycle
current, 220 volt:
to be equipped with Safety Hand
Switch and Automatic Control,
Also, for one Universal Turret
Nozzle, bids to be submitted as
Style E with
" Style A with
2 2 -inch hose
3 2 -inch hose
complete, with boards and brack
ets and with 1 inch, 1 inch,
and 2 Inch tips.
. The right is reserved to reject
any or all bids In the interest of
M. POULSEN, City Recorder.
' The undersigned will receive
sealed bids until 7:30 o'clock p. m.
Monday, February 21, 1927, for
the following supplies:
10,000 lineal feet, more or less,
8 inch sewer pipe.
1000 lineal feet, more or less,
6 Inch sewer pipe.
1000 lineal feet, more or less,
10 inch sewer pie.
1000 lineal feet, more or, less.
12 inch sewer pipe.
600 lineal feet, more or less", 15
Inch sewer pipe. ;
25, more or less, manhole cov
ers, complete. ,
, 10, more or less, lamphole cov
165, more or less, catch basin
covers, complete. f
The right4 is reserved to reject
any or all bids in. the Interest of
the city. - - -i - .
M. POULSEN, City Recorder.
fl 2-13-1 5
KIDS IXVITKD j
The- undersigned will receive
sealed bids op to 7:30 o'cloc p. m.
Monday. February 21, 1927, for
the following supplies: . T
4 3.00 bbls., more or less, of
Portland cement. v ; ?
; 32,000 cu. yds., more or less; of
gravel (3 in.' and down). . ' '
16.000 cu. yds., more or less, of
sand (coarse). J i ,
3000 cu. yds., more or less, con
crete gravel (river run). ; ?
Bids on gravel and sand, to be
submitted for delivery at paving
plant in two or four batch capacity
truck s"as grade conditions warrant
and in accordance with. specif ica-
tions. Any alternate; bid Will be4
accepted for. consideration, i. Bids
'on material should have haulage
included to the different zones,
which information may be ob
tained at the city recorder's office.
The right is reserved to reject
any or all bids in the interest tf
the city. ' -
M. POULSEN, City Recorder.
hold over, but the $3 a day pay
Floyd T. Fox, Sllverton, came
home a few days ago. .He- .had
spent the month of January at the
intermountain shows. He took
high honors on Dorset, Shrop
shire and Oxford sheep at the Og
dn live stock show and the Na
tional Western Livestock show at
A paragrapher says he favors
more income and less tax. ,
The dispatches say Hans Gasche
and Hugh Spielman of Essen,
Germany, drank 352 glasses of
beer in 17 hours. A couple of
swine could perform the same feat
Missionaries are having a hard
time making savages understand
why they should wear modern
It makes some men awful mad
to be called anarchists almost as
mad as though you suggested law
Drawbacks of Religion
A colored woman appeared be
fore a local justice of the peace
and said: "Ah wants a divorce
from man husband." "What's the
trouble?" asked the squire. ?Well,
that niggar gone an' got religion,
and we ain't seen a chicken on de
table foh a month," was the reply.
Henry O. MHler. 184 S. ComL'
St., where most people prefer to
get their auto parts for all makes
of cars. Xrac here and make
savings on all auto parts. ()
0AC Four Man Golf Team
to Play During Spring
TEAM WOULD PLAY MATCHES
WITH OTHER UNIVERSITIES
OR,EGO N AGRICULTURAL
COLLEGE, CORVALLIS, Feb, 5.
Plans for a fqur-man golf, team
to represent the college in dual
meets with the University of Ore
gon and University of Washington
during the spring term.
Frank Rodia, goif instructor,
says that good material is avail
able for a championship team as
men and women studenfs are
showing excellent form and some
good golfers should result.
The Pacific-northwest inter-collegiate
golf championship match
will be played off here May 29 if
present plans are carried out. In
tramural meets will also take
place during the spring term.
An air-college championship
match will be played at the close
of intramural meets and prizes
Have your prescriptions tilled
at the first drug store west of the
New Bank building. Reliable and
trustworthy, nothing but the pur
est drugs. Crown Drug. 332 State
Nursing, Hobby of Queen
Mary, Duties Prevent Her
LONDON. (AP) O.ueen Mary
probably would have been a pro
fessional nurse had she not be
come the wife of england's king.
Nursing is a hobby, -with the
queen, but her official duties have
prevented her from taking it up
in the thorough manner Princess
Arthus of Connaught has.
Queen EHeabeth of Belgium is
greatly admired by Queen Mary
because of her skill as -a nurse
and her intimate knowledge of
modern surgery The Queen has
recently been reading many books
on child welfare, not only because
she has accepted the responsibility
of caring for little Princess Eliza
beth;' during the: absence of the
Duke and Duchess of York I in
Australia, but because it is a sub
ject in which she has always had
, D. H. Mosher, Merchant Tailor,
Is turning out the nobbiest and
best fitting tailor made suits to
measure; 100 business and pro
fessional men buy off Mosher. (?)
Foch's Early Trainers '
' Both Die Within Fortnight
PARIS (AP) Two generals
who gave military- training to
Marshal Foch died within a, fort
night of each other... Fochwas
associated with them in the ear
ly days of, his training and often
admitted that "he . learned abut
warfare from them." . . -
General Ifaton de la Goupilliere,
dead at the age of 88, was en
trance examiner at the Polytechnic
school ' when Cadet Foch applied
for entrance, lie put young Foch
through a vigorous 'training be
fore ,h,e .admitted him. . . f
General Berge, 88. served under
King. Phillippe. Foch was his
fl2-l3,-15,,.alde-dercamp as a young caplain.v
9f njOREMCB SMITHVCIMTC
By FLORENCE SMITH VINCENT
What in general does man most
admire? Beautiful women.
-What in particular? A beautiful
Judging him by his performanc
es, past and presesnt, this at least
has always been woman's private
opinion. . '
Now, in 'the beginning of things
it -was ordained that the female
of i the species should strive to
please the. male, and the first step
in the performance of this office
was that she should make herself
not hard to look upon. So it toU
lows that finding favor in Adam's
sight has remained the chief busi
ness of Eve since the days in Para
dise, j .
She to whom on her natal diay
Nature was kind found her bur
den easy and her effort light. Stu
pid she might be; it did not m'it
ter. SheVas beautiful and it was
enough. But for the woman wko
lacked something of physical per
fection the task was harder.
"Oh, Lord, if I can't be beauti
ful, let me be as beautiful as' I
can!" she prayed. And realizing
full well that the Lord helps those
who help themselves, she took ac
tive measures to support Him. She
made the best of the beauty she
had. She disguised what she
"Little pats" of powder, little
daubs cf paint make the homely
lady look like what she ain't!" ,
Her system worked. Man saw
beauty where it really did not e-J
ist and was attracted. Man was
deluded, but he liked it.
Through the ages by such bits
of harmless strategy did the Ugly
Duckling win her Drake. s j
That is, the strategy to woman
seemed harmless. Knowing maiiv
things that from man are conceal
ed, she believed circumstances
warranted the action. '
Mr. H. G. Nvells, fearless think
er and famous novelist, now comes
to the lore nd declares that all
this straining "afttr. beauty on. the
part of woman has been s.heier
madness and in the long run 'iz
getting her nowhere at all. Ac-1
cording to Mr. Wells, Eve wins j
her Adam but she loses him by
the same method, because she al
lows her temporary success to
flood her soul with devouring ego.
Mr. Wells said: j
"There are too many beautiful
''Failing any inner radiance,
the modern woman must secure
the limelight. In the pusuit of an
enforced and superimposed indi
viduality goes all the vigor that
might have enabled her to develop
more essential qualities . . . H0r
hair, her skin, her figure, her behavior,-
her emotions must be tor
tured to 'distinction.' j
"The goddess is built up. You
take it home with you out of the
clamor and you take its marvel
lous clothes off and you wash off
what you can of its grease and
powder and you find a poor little
human body of no remarkable
quality at all!" j
Well, anyhow, the possibility
that in future beauty will need
brains to give it ballast gives s
something to ponder on. If we are
beautiful we may take to cultivat
ing our intellect in case the tinie
should ever come when we might
need it. If we are less favored nfe
may be more willing to ' trust to
our wits to raise us from medioc
rity, instead of to the ubiquitous
Toaec the tffferenca. neat ONE 6IDE
Don't wave you hair daily or
even every week. Here's a way to
keep It wavy for days at a time.
BEFORE you "use your iron, or
curlers, DAMPEN the hair with
DANDERINE, . Just a few DROPS
on comb or towel. Your locks will
then behave for a MONTH! t Of
course, you know, what Danderine
does to dandruff; dissolves e,very
speck, within five minutes of rub
bing into the scalp. But as a wave
preserver on the hair itself, Dan
derine is a JOY. The best dress
ing. in the world because it doesn't
show. ;: ; Any permanent wave or
water wave lasts much longer and
looks much nicer when Danderine
Is 'used instead of water to ."set"
the wave. x . t .
Ask Your: Druggist
Get a -bottle tf Danderine and
start its benefits today. Every
drugstore in America has it. for
oay 35c For the finest dressing
you, could find, and the best aid to
hair health yet discovered just
Milk Shortage in Paris
Makes Canned Kind Needed
CHICAGO. (SpeciaL) -Amer
ican evaporated milk manufactur
ers with headauarters here re
ceived word today from their Eur
opera branches of a serious
age of ordinary milk in
which has resulted in an
from the perfect of police
for the fpresent canned milk shall
be served in all cafes.
By itself, comparatively.
milk is drunk in Paris,, bujt
Parisian's , morning beverage,
which forms about half his bteak-
fast. Is a half and half brew of
strone coffee and milk. And in
the cafes, of course, coffeejis on
tap all day and all night.' So the
Derfect's order has brought about
a great increase in the demand
for evaporated milk.
Alaskan Investment Pays
Nation Back 183 Times
SEATTLE (AP) Alaska has
produced , as American territory
products whose total sum is 183
times the amount the United
States paid Russia for.it in 1867,
according tor figures, compiled by
the Seattle Chamber of j Com
merce. . !
Goods value at , ?1,373,681,580
have been exported from the ter
ritory. In. the last 60 years, j
Production totals of thej prin
ipal products were salmon, $610,-
750,058i gold, 360,452, 6J0 cop
per, $191, 623,980; furs, 1106,-w
060,236; halibut, $24,055,062;
herring. $17,521,422; cbf, $11,
411,352. PLAYER PIANO BARGAINS
Your choice of five standard
makes in first class condition. Re
duced 0 $290 each. $10 down, $8
.. . . ! Si Will 1
ct iiiumu. ueu. win ;uusic
House, 432 State St. Est. l8 79.
6 room modern house. Four
blocks from postof f ice
F. L. WOOD
341 State St.
( Ati hoTUea Distributors
The Personal Writing Machine
Phone S51 421 Court, Salem
Many Salem people are
making the j
When in Portland
A pleasant placed
. to live, in beautU
An unusually goo4
dining room serv
ice and food.
Eleventh and Main Sts.
; ' i
, E. JEAN CAMPBELL
Owner and Managej
$3500 Fine 7 room home;
: South Salem, fireplace,
$6000 5 room bungalow.
strictly modern on
, South High St. a real
" home. Can sell; on
- ; small payment down if
sold within 10 days.
92004) Good .7 room house
In Gervais,-corner! lot,
block from main street
. lot 100x150. -Good
garage, mortgage $800.
28 Acres Mostly fruit jand
4 berries. Small town on
' railroad, close to Sa
lem. House modern,
. electric lights. bath,
etc. Might trade! for
, . Salem property.
For Rent Good five room
' jmodern house 5 blocks
from P. O. $22.00.
7 room house, modern,
- N9rth Salem, $20.00.
G. Wa LAFLAR.
-400-407 Oregon Building
P A R l S.-i-f AP-!"CoUective
tunishment,7 the disciplining of
an entire grouft it tne person at
fault, cannot! be identified, still
snrvives In French schools. It
has beeh called a relicof the dark
age in" education: The National
Association of Parents has pro
tested against it repeatedly. It
often has been disapproved by
high school fauthorities. It nev
ertheless remains a tradition, par
ticularly. In the lower grades.
"Entire classes frequently get a
low mark on a certain recitation
beeause the boy or girl who violat
ed some school rule refuses to con
fess and his or her comrades will
not turn" state's evidence.
Many! educators here deplore
the custom but others consider it
effective. Its supporters argue
that a- class is a unit of society
and it is society's duty to aid jus-
ticel Its opponents contend that
aa collective i punishment means
sentencing the innocent.it leads to
thai Cold I
it may be ths fortrunner of FLU
don't wait Get rid of that cold quickly.
Avoid unnecessary danger.
"The Home of High
Geo. C. Will
43 Sta(e Street
ESTABLISHED 4 8 YEARS
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Economy suggests extra trousers for
double wear and longer fine appear
ance. Choose that spring suit now.
vjs i mi i
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Scotch Woolen Mills
x-l :'- - "- I -s - 1 "' - ' ' "
1 - . J 426 State Street . f
USE; OlirJ; 1 2 -PA YM ENT PLAN
defiance of constituted authorft, fj
ana encourages offenders to of.
fend by assuring them that they j
will not be - held - up to pubIic j
'Pay Me as You Are Paid
'THE EYE MAN'
457 State Street
With Burnett Bros.
: -. -. - if'.
f : - " f : ! t t ! I
I '"' : '-
You Can Rent
A Beautiful Piano
' or a
We have arranged extremely low
rental rates. You can choose from
many high grade makes in mahog
any, walnut or oak cases.
Rent will be applied as first
payment if you decide to
buy a piano later.
Salem, Oregon Ki
I With Any
UF Suit in the
Tailored to fit.
Styled to the
Up to $62.50