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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON
SUNDAY; ilOU KING,. FEBRUARY. 13, 1327
Urges Cftzens to Make Mon
: , day Evening Never to
Be Forgotten One
May "I urge 6nr people of Sa
lem 'to take the exceptional op
pTJTtunitywhidh will be present
ed to them on Monday evening at
the Elstnore? The Portland' Sym
phony orchestra' will open a new
chapter in the cultural life of our
city under the direction of a re
nowned -conductor Mr. Von
I, wonder It all the people or
niost qt' them realize .' what it
means' tb hare such an organiza
tion in the" state of Oregon? With
greajt men leading the orchestras
ol Boston, Cincinnati, Philadel
phia, I4OS Angeles and one or two
others- we are privileged to hare
a world known man to lead the
musical aspirations of our north
west. f '
Portland is a great city and its
citizens have done a great thing
in supporting this orchestra. We,
of Salsm, should recognize this
golden opportunity so generously
afforded to us by Mr. Guthrie.
The theater ought to be packed
and. it - would only gauge the
standard of our "people's real ar
tistic interests either way. '
t As one who is vitally Interest
ed I nthe greater life of Salem, I
want to urge onr citizens to make
Monday evening a never to be f or
gotte none. I :; :
' Martin Fereshetian.
Salem, Feb. 12, 1927.
' Capital Bargain House, Capital
Tire Mfg. Co., Mike's An to Wreck-?
log, Three in one. Bargain' center
ot Salem. Thousands of bargains;
IL Steiabock, 215 Center. ()
Taken In Raid by Wide
:, ... .-. i
, Two hundred pint bottles filled
with alleged homebrew beer are
reposing la a safe plaoe at the
police station, together with four
and one-half, "gallons of alleged
moonshine, -as the -result of a raid
by the tty, police at the home of
JL'D. Wylie, 1730 Front street,
. ,tn addition to , the, liquid
brought to the police station,
a considerable quantity of the
milder beverage was poured out;,
it was reported. There were also
hundreds of empty bottles, stop
pers, several ' cappers and two
siphons. - These were confiscated.
Wylte wis arrested on a Justice
court warrant, and is being held
in - jail pending arraignment.
Mrs. -Margaret Caples
Paget Dies tn Portland
Mrs. Margaret Caples Paget of
'. Portland, well known in Salem,
where she had many friends, died
in Portland yesterday as the re
sult, of burns received when her
: nglitgown caught fire from an
Mrs. aget was, born 63 years
ago in Ohlq, coming to Oregon by
tbe: isthmus' of Panama when one
year old. Her father was John F.
Capitis, former minister to Chile,
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well - known '.to old presidents- ot
Salem. - The "funeral, will be -; field
Tuesday afternoon in . Portand.
State St. High Quality , Jewelery.
sold standard of "values, dnce a
Buyer always a customer. ( )
Parrish Quintet Beaten
By Eugene I Junior High
EUGENE, Ore.; Feb. 12.
(AP) Woodrow Wilson Junior
high school basketball team of
Eugene defeated Parrish junior
high of Salem. 20 to 13, here to
night. . Hutcheon, Parrish for
ward, was high point man with 8
markers. Jeffries of the Eugene
fire won scoring honors for his
team with 6 points.
-.. Pomeroy . -Jb- Keene, Jewelera.
never fail to giro yon 100 on
the dollar. Watches, clocks, pins,
charms. Standard high grade
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Boys with Bicycles Will Take
Another Long Trip
Seventy-five 'boys of the Salem
grade scHooIs - and junior high
schools participated in the hike
Saturday forenoon, conducted by
Wesley Heisy and Basil DeLisle
of the " YMCA junior board and
John Givens, assistant boys work
The' boys left their lunches at
the YMCA, and when they arrived
at their destination even miles In
the county, hunted until they
found their lunches hidden fn a
tree. The food had been taken out
Indoor baseball, "capture the
flag" and other games were played
and after luncheon the boys hiked
back to the YMCA and enjoyed a
SPENDS WEEK-END VISITING
SILVERTON, Ore.. Feb. 12.
(Special.) Miss Esther Towe is
spending the week-end at Sllrer
ton. ..She is attending school at
Parkland, Wash., but was called
here by the serious condition of
her father, A. Towe, who is said
to be very low.
"iNYTHINQ that gets results, was all
the thought Lever gave to laxatives. In
those days my perspiration was so acid,
it used to rot my clothes. Then a doctor
tipped me off to those wonderful little
Negro Owner, of Trunk Now
Serving Sentences For
DETROIT. Mich., Feb. 12.
(AP) After communicating with
oficials in Indiana, and Pennsyl
vania, and, after a day devoted to
investigation here, Ferndale police
tonight held the theory that four
skulls found yesterday in a trunk
in .the attic of a Ferndale home
represented the work of a person
with a mania for the collection of
such relics. The murder theory
A check nl the names of social
ly prominent Detroit and Pitts
burg women found in a note book
in the trunk failed to throw any
light on the case. All of the wom
en denied any clues that might
Jead to the solution of the mys
tery- ' .
Ownership of the trunk appar
ently was traced to James H. Coy
ner. a negro, who formerly lived
in Ferndale and Detroit, but who
Is serving a sentence In the Michi
gan City, Ind., penitentiary for
grave robbery at Hammond, Ind..
Although Coyner denied owner
ship of the trunk, officials at the
Indiana . prison said his 'actions
led them to believe he knew some
thing of the case.
Coyner lived in the Ferndale
home until last November 16.
The negro admitted after his
arrest in Indiana. last November
that he had taken the body of a
white woman from her grave and
concealed it in the basement of a
vacant house. His reasons, he
said, was that he wanted the skull
of a woman. The body had been
buried 10 years. Today, however.
Coyner denied that he bad made
MICHIGAN CITY, Ind., Feb. 12.
4(AP) Serving a three to ten
year prison sentence for grave
robbery, James H. Coyner, giant
negro, suspected of having hidden
the skulls of four women in a
trunk found yesterday in a house
So Clean Inside, No Fear
of Perspiration Offense,
Once a person realizes the wonderful
properties in cos car a, no other laxative
; in the market would ever be considered.
If s no trick to "clean out the bowels."
i Dozens of things will do that. But a little
i natural cascara purifies the system clear
through. Cleanses even the pores of
your skin. Renders perspiration as in
offensive as so much dew! The old-
i fashioned way was '"salts. They get
action, but they take the mucous mem
brane along with the waste matter!
Mineral oils are gentler, but they leave
the bowels with a film of poisons for
the blood to carry off through the pores. .
But when yo ucascarize the system, you
get rid of ajl the poisons by normal
muscular action of the bowels.
If you have the habit of taking medi-
: cine for constipation, or even for auto
intoxicatkn,stop it. For a candy cascaret
is a delightful form in which to take cas
cara; children love them, and the taste
tempts most grown-ups to have "more."
And what a comfort to know you are ,
in that clean, wholesome condition that
does away with any-need of deodorants,
even in wannest weather! Try a cascaret
tonight see how you feel next day, and
ford ays after! With the skin fresh and
fragrant. All druggisU, 10c and 25c
at Ferndale, .Mich., jiear Detroit,
tonight, was Indifferent. to the in
vestigation "of .Michigan authori
ties" which had linked his name
with the case. -
: 'Questioned a;t;. the prison ;by"
Warden E. H. Daly, the negro,
more than six feet tall, professed
fto knowledge of the four skulls
although he Is serving a prison
term for opening a grave and tak
ing a woman's skeleton near Ham
Coyner was convicted In Lake
county. Ind., last fall of . having
taken a woman's skeleton from a
10 year old grave. It was found
by boys in the basement of a
house under construction. A
guard set to watch the house
caught Coyner. At the time he
said he only wanted the skull and
when arrested had worked him
self into a strange frenzy. He
explained that his only reason for
taking the skull was that he crav
ed to have with him the head of
a white woman. Coyner later re
pudiated a confession that he had
robbed the grave, but was found
guilty. Lately he has been under
close observation as to his sanity,
prison officials said.
The , Cherry City Baking Co.'s
bread, pies and cakes are of high
est aualitr. One of Oregon's most
sanitary bakeries; visit It. Worth
while. A Salem show place. ("
Radio station WCFL, owned by
the Chicago Federation of Labor,
has joined WMAQ, of the Chicago
Daily News, in omitting Sunday
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SPRING VALLEY, Feb. 12 A
lively program entertained more
than 100 members and guests of
the recently organized community
elub last night when It assembled
for the regular meeting at the
Spring .Valley school house. Many
were forced t"b stand.
Doris Windsor opened the pro
gram with a reading which was
followed by a vocal solo by Claude
Walling. A, colonial play featur
Ine the loves of George Washing
ton came next with .Vivian Strat-
ton taking the part of George
Washington, Mrs. Belle Simkins
that of his mother, while Mrs.
Curtis Washington was represent
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Sohn were the colored maids and
butler. Grace Chllders as Miss
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"The Little Angels." a twotact
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The closing number was a vocal
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