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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, .OREGON
SXJNDAV MORNINd.'MAftCII 20, 1027
The Oregon Statesman
; ' Imb4 Daily Except Honda? by
THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY
.... '. j IS South Commercial St., Salom, Oregon
B. J. Hendrick. -XrlS.
O. Curtf -An4rd
- Tlgraph Editor
- - Society Editor
W. H. Hendorsoa Cirealation Manager
Ralph K. Kletxing - Advertising Manager
Frank Jaakoaki - Manager Job LX-t,U
E. A. Khoten ..... Livestock Editor
W. C Conner - - - - Poultry Editor
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED FKESS
The Asaoetsted Press Is oxelativ.lv entitled to the use far publication of nil newt
lapatcbea credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the Ibeal
news poblished heroin.
O. B. Bell, 122-223 Seenrity Bldg.. Portland. Ore,
Thomaa F Clark Co- Now York, 12M-13 W. 31t St.: Chicago, Marqnett. Bldg.
Conger Moody. California representative, Sharon Bldg., San Francisco. Higgina
Bldg., Lot Angeles. ,
Business Office 23 or 583
Society Editor ..... 104
Job Department '. 583
News Dept. - 23 or tOS Circulation Office 583
Entered at the Post Office in Salem. Oregon, a second-class matter.
March 20, 1027
Bless the Lord. O my soul: and all that Is within me. bless his holy
name, mess me i-ora, u my soul, and forget not all his benefits.
Psalm 103:1-2. ,
God and You
A LENTEN MEDITATION
crime. Ana he s4ds that the worst of the three is the joy
rider who is a wrecker of homes.
ITS VAST BENEFITS
"Secretary Hoover, before ajxdy of New England bus
iness men, earnestly advocated "the construction of the St.
Lawrence shipway, opening up navigation of the St. Law
rence river to the Great Lakes by ocean ships. It is declared
ihat the project will bring more benefits than did the build
ing of the Panama canaL In the construction there would
be development of 5,000,000 electrical horsepower, enough to
pay for the shipway many times," says an exchange.
Corresponding benefits will come from the. project to
secure still water in the Willamette river from Salem to
Portland. Carried on up that river to Eugene, no doubt there
will be opportunities here also for hydro electric develop
ment ' ,
And, any way, it will add to the selling value of every
bushel and pound of the products of the land in the whole
Will add the amount of thesaving in freight by cheap
water borne transportation, connecting with all the ports of
the world- .
And this will aggregate mounting millions of dollars
annually, as the potential possibilities of production in this
great Vallev come to be rrorf anrl mnrp realized. Here Is 'an
: u . By the Rev, CJiazL-'
skinned effect. Considerable skill
Is, needed In making these open
Rtckreall. - Art impoPtantpart
of the entire scheme. AH parts
should be as orderly and sightly
as possible. Plant the approach
of the bridge (on .the Pacific
highway to rhus. gorse and red
flowering currant. Open river
4.8. Derry. Plant irregular
groups as in sketch above.
Ashwood farm needs shade. Use
maples and oaks.
5.7. Open view of river.
6.2. 6.5. Plant irregular
groups of trees and shrubs as
shown In following sketch.
6.5. Open view of river.
.6.7. Clean up stream and
small parking. " ?
6.9. Open view of river.
,7.0. Screen barn and silo by
two big Oregon maples.
Vernon farm. Add color and
distinction by planting both sides
of road, along fences to Ceanothus
20. red flowering , currant 20,
spirea thunbergi 30, Oregon
grape 30. Use rhododendrons
for house foundation planting.
The grade from the highway to
the house Is exceedingly pleasant.
rough edges or. ditches from
etlge of pavement.
Lovely countryside which needs
no added decoration.
7.5. 9.1. Occasional groups of
een out farm buildings
g of hawthorpe.
shrubs along property line. Plant
high bank, "Dpea jrlter tie w. '
12.2. Keep clear Iew of Mt.
Hood by annual trimming of trees.
13.5. to bridge. Use haw
thorne as ttreet tree. Keep several
Itiver vistas would greatly add
to this stretch of road.
Mellow Moon pavillion. Soften
the 'outline of this structure by
the use of groups of ash and Cot
tonwood. Typical bank plantings Snow
berry, red currant, spirea (native)
godetia, lupine thermopsis, pen-
stemon, fall aster, Oregon sun
shine, clarkia. Clematis panicula
ta. Typical plantings for moist
places Digitalis, aruncus, iris,
lythrum. columbine, Osmaronia.
rhamnus purshiana, cornus oc
Typical roadside screen Rhus,
hawthorne, spirea- in variety,
snowberry, red flowering currant,
native plum, native cherry. ,
Mrs. F. X. Hoereth V
Club atllaberman Home ,
Mrs. P. X. TToereth was hostess
on Thursday at the home of Mrs.
S. M Habernian for the monthly
social meeting of the Amperette
club. The rtoms, were appropri
ately decorated for the St. Pat
rick's season. Five hundred was
the diversion, of the evening. Mrs.
Heereth was assisted by Mrs. Hab
ernian, Mrs. Howell. Mrs. Hart
wefl. Mrs. C. L. Baird and Mrs.
Those -enjoying Mrs. Hoereth's
hospitality were Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Sechler, Mr. and Mrs. Merle
Travis. Mr. and Mrs. Green, Mrs.
Daisy Mclhtyre, L. F. Mclntyre.
Mr-and Mrs. Harley Hosier and
daughter, . Marjorie, Mr. and Mrs.
C. J. Baird and daughter Lucile.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P, Prize, Mr. and
Mrs. Mason Bishop, Mr. and Mrs.
C. Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Hartwell,
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Selee, Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Chappell. Mr. and Mrs.
Fi M. Haberroan. Miss Betty Ryan
and Mrs. Belle Brow n. S
The next business mMin.
be held at the home of. Mrs c ,
Balr at 1284 North Winter str
on Monday, March 28.
Japanese Stowaways Sent -
oacK nome on same Vessel
PORTLAND. March 19. (Ap.
Five of the Japanese stowaTaT!
caught as they made a bre ak fro
the Milan Maru at Aberdeen ear!l
this month, have been sent ba V
to Janan on 4hi camo ... . (
. " -. essel
message received todav from pN
P. Bonham. immigration di-er.nT'
Four other Japanese, now ia
jail at Aberdeen, are beinR dfc
tained as witnesses apainst
three now in custody in tonnes
tion with the operation of a g-pas-tic
Investigation of'the case j9 st;jj
under way by the immigratioa
service, Bonham said, and the
findings will be submitted to tb
teaerai grana jury nere.
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After Tuesday, March 22
I Will Be In My
U. S. National Bank Building
For Scientific Treatment or Expert
Advice on the Human Foot
DR. M. D. VINYARD
Chiropodist Foot Specialist
50D U. S. National Bank Building
Hours 9 to 5 :30
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Another Shipment of
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Go On Sale
FLOOR AND BRIDGE LAMPS
All prices include SHADE and STANDARD COMPLETE
Bridge Shade and Standard Lot No. 1
A wonderful assortment of Silk Shades covered with georgette
silk, with gold lace inserts and three and one-half inch glass
and beaded fringe. Large assortment iof shapes Ol A H C
and colors. A real value at $22.50 go on sale at....., S 1 4 10
Bridge! Shades and Standard Lot No. 2
ALrXS Sfi?? ,H5 ?me srrade georgette silk and
trimmed with four-inch silk fringe. . nP
A real value $12.75, go on sale kt::...l.;..;i......t5)
Floor Lamp Standard and Shade Lot No. 3
li wiuiinova large assortment' of hand painted shades , in every wanted color and
t661; georgette silk and inserts of goW lace, ornamented
fched with deeo silk frino-e 1otT . u l" 7s ,x wa . v7J7r, nr
i , v v. ..ma wUum a real .value at fi'"- Hi
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