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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 1G, 1927
Stone Leaves Hospital
1 v. n a Gtnn nAwananer-
man. who has (wen ill at a local
4 nitai ior Basils uwr,
his home onj Leslie street yes
terday afternoon. He is reported
a recovering slowly.
Cut Tulip for East '
Many varieties. Salem Balb
Co Wallace Road. a!6
nj,d Watson With Real old-Tlme
8-piece orchestra. Crystal Garden-,
Tuesday, April 19. New feat-urt-a-
real oldtine music, dances,
etep3'. Kindly Bbtlfy friends who
hava attended previous parties.
iulb Eipm Here
Thnrfore Scheffer. government
xpert on the effects of rodents on
ulM. is n mis, fcermurj ejuimiii-
i. , onmnons in. uuiu ueius. an.
Scheffer lives in Beliingham and
is the author of all government
pamphlets Issued on this, subject.
Opens Today j
Minto's Chicken Boost.
rians Building Repair
K. A. Kennedy will put $300
worth of repairs Ion his two-stpry
v...;M!np- nt 1261 State street, ac
cording to a permit issued hy.the
city recorder yesteraay. - t
jjanre at Schindlers
Stage service -Jt'o hall from Ter
minal depot every Sat. nite. First
i-tage leaves at 8r30. - .' al
Th studebaker car used --by
I Rhea Lupei4. sUte engineer, which
Church and Chemeketa streetsron
Thursday night, was found early
yesterday morning on , Commer-f
cial street at Bellevoe, where it
had apparently been abandoned by
and Monthly Rates
For parking. The Grease Spot,
167 South Liberty.. all
Kdward Beasley was reported
yesterday noon as having escaped
from the state feeble minded In
stitution. Beasley is 36 years of
age, five feet eight Inches tall, of
slender build, and wore dark
clothing when last seen.
And repairing. Gieae-Powers
Furniture Co. itf
T. K. Ford and Bert T. Ford
Wloh in innnnnm thA rpmnTfll
jteir offices from the" Bush
DdtTt. building to the First wan.
bank buildine." " " " air
T. J. Harris, 1760 Waller street,
jnd R. S. Howard, 2420 Maple
areolae, reported an automobile
Cut Tulips for Easter
Many varieties. Salem Bulb
Co., Wallace Road. .-.. al6
Elks Dance, Saturday Eve I
Members who dance are urged
to attend and J-help make these
iances a success. ale
now in Parts ot County
Towns in the -east section of the
county were greeted with a brisk
snow and sleet storm -, yesterday
morning covering the ground to a
depth of an inch, according to J.
E. Smith and John Porter, county
commissioners, and Frank, John
son, roadmaster, who spent the
day on an inspection tour over
county roads in the Crooked Fin
ger district. - "V
Easter Lilies k
land, 273 State. - 'J aX6
First Church of Christ; Scientist
Salem, Or. Flee lecture on
Christian Science by William Dun
can Kilpatrick. CSB.. Detroit.
Michigan. Member of the board
of lectureship of The Mother
- hurch, the First Church or.
In church edifice, Tuesday even
ing, April 19th, 19Z7, at O'CIOCK.
The public is cordially invited to
j J c Wage
Ir Jnd-Jessie L. (
VVere issued a
'ageman of Woodburn
Guthrie of Hubbard
"-were issued a marriage license In
yaiem on Friday.
To a real sala An ilrHiA) and
millinery at The Ana Louise, op
posite PEP Co. -: ul6
County Court Callers ,
Charles Heater, J. D. Scott and
Will Rabbins of Sublimity, W. I,
Putnam of Shaw, and Sam Brown
i nervals visited the county
court Friday. , , ; ' ,
Don't Forget Our Fried Chicken
Mintoir Chicken Roost, we
open today. al6
Just Real Good Time-
Hazel Green, SaL night.
automohil nll!slnn ronnlt
d last night at 6:30 o'clock when
a car driven by Fay Driscoll. a lf-
yar-old high school girL moved
o apitol street from Chemek-
"a s"eet as H. B. Seavye. 773
w;wart street, was -coming along
inat thoroughfare. Witaesses de-
ared that Miss Driscoll did not
Boy Quality When Too
T. Buy Paint .
1 ne greatest assurance of quat
y is purchased from an insti
tution that knows paint. We
Java been spreading paint for
35 years. .
.B,,EN!fKD FAINT CO.
z54 Chemeketa, TeL 921- C79J
NEWS IN BRIEF
come to a stop properly before
entering the through street. -
Cot Tulips for Easter-
Many varieties. Salem Bulb
Co., Wallace Road. al6
Slight Collision Reported
T. C. MItiler, route 6, box 12 OA,
reported to police headquarters
yesterday that he ran his car Into
one driven by James Lewis when
the latter drove out onto Court
street from Church.
Hotel Marlon i.
Dollar dinner, servtd 5:4B to t
very evening. nSltf
Pointing out desirable methods
of landscaping rural homes, Prof.
L. C. Peck of AC spoke last
night at a meeting of the Hayes
vine Community club.
40c a blossom.
als land, 273 State.
Ask Tour Grocer
For Lily Brand Hams and ba
con,- mild cure. Put up by Ennis
D. Walt, 431 N. Front. al6
Carl B. Witherell, field secre
tary of the American Unitarian as
sociation, is visiting in Salem this
weefctMr. Wetnerell was one of
the prime factors in the ; move
ment to construct the new Uni
tarian nurch in this city.
' Derby hall,' Monday nite.
al7 Tie invited.
Darwin Tulips, Red and Pink
Salem- Bulb Co., Wallace road,
phone 116F4. j al5
To Be Honored at Luncheon
Roald Amundsen, explorer and
lecturer, and John Anunsen, 1110
Capitol street, will be guests of
honor at a special Marion hotel
luncheon Tuesday noon, according
to1 Newell Williams, secretary of
the Lions club, which is sponsor
ing the noted adventurer's appear
ance in Salem. Amundsen and
Anunsen were both born in the
same town in Norway.
Free Samples Hollymead Honey
At Cooley & Pearson grocery to
day. Special prices. al6
Appraise! Sheehan Estate
The estate of Thomas W. Shee
han has been appraised at 11,000
by Rubyi Brenner, G. E. Prime and
Robin Di Day.
40c a! blossom,
land. 2 73 State.-
Suit on City Lot Title
R. Hi Jones has opened suit
against Forrest S. Fisher et al to
settle title on certain city lots in
Lewis D. Garrison is accused of
having one wife too many by No.
2, Martha S. Garrison, who seeks
annulment of her marriage which
took place last May. The plaintiff
found out too late, according to
the complaint filed, that her hus
band had failed to negotiate tne
proper legal methods in dissolving
his first marriage.
Cut Tulips for Easter
Many i varieties, saiem buid
Co.. Wallace- Road. al6
Guardian for Minor
Arnold J. Zimmerman was ap
pointed yesterday guardian for
the estate of his brother, Edward
N. Zimmerman, a minor.
TMPt Toui Car .
Park at Uhe Grease- Spoti 167
South LiDerty; ;
Administrator Piles Accounip--';
Otto O. Buff has filed the .final
account "of his wife, Emma - Buff
estate with the county court.
MacDowell Club Presents
Mrs. Arthur J. Rahn in costume
recital Monday, April 18, Waller
Hall. Admission. SOc a!6
Brown to Gervais
Dr. Walter H. Brown, director
of the Marion county child health
demonstration, will spend today
in Gervais where he will address
a group meeting ot the teachers
Many Children Examined
A total of 1500 children attend
ing Salem schools have been given
examinations for places on the
honor : roll, with the completion
yesterday of testing applicants at
Grant school. About half the
children .examined have passed.
according to Dr. ; Estella Ford-
Warner, director? of the medical
A NEW FULLY MODERN 4
BOOM BUNGALOW AND
on Fairmont Hill
$300 down, balance 25.00 per
CLBICRT A ROBERTS, Realtors
- ISO North Commercial
, Eat'd 19 Years in Salem
J. H. LEON O, Mgr.
If other treatments
hare failed try . our
Chinese remedies for
cronp and congh. Nev
er neglect a cold. We
also treat all disord
ers ot mn, women and
aw : rttf;
Call or write 420-426 SUte St.,
., Salem, Oregon, Phono 233
service for the county child health
Poling Named Editor
Dr. Daniel A. Poling, son of
Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Poling, has
been named editor of the Chris
tian Herald, weekly magazine,
which observed. Its 50 th birthday
this week. Dr. Poling is well
known throughout the United
States as a minister and author.
Parkers to Pay Promptly
Overtime parking offenders who
ignore tags will do so no longer,
according to Judge Mark Poulsen,
who has inaugurated a system for
sending out statements to those
violating the city ordinances, and
failing to pay up promptly. Ap
proximately 200 per month is
paid Into the city coffers for fines
based on infringement of this law.
Those who contributed yesterday
were Carl A. Chapter, J. B. Neu-
ert, F. R. Woodry. Mrs. C. E.
Corey and H. I. Stanley,
Cut Tulips for Easter1
Many varieties. Salem
Co., Wallace Road.
A number of Oregon City edu
cators visited in Salem yesterday,
holiday in the schools having
been declared there for Good Fri
day. Among them were W. E.
Kirk, superintendent; G. D. Bar
nett, high school principal; Mary
Parkingson, head of commercial
department; Frank O'Brien, shop
teacher, and'. Mary Skinner aad
Miss Carter, teachers. ?
Dance at Sehlndler's
Stage service to hall from Ter
minal depot every Sat. nite. First
stage leaves at 8:30. a!6
40c a blossom.
als land, 273 State.
ROBBERY AT PORTLAND
SECOND WITHIN WEEK;
(Continued from page 1.)
The bank is the victim of the
robbery, it was said, as the
money was in the hands of, the
messengers. The loss is covered
Police reject the theory that the
men who staged today's robbery
were the ones who broke into the
offices of the store Sunday and
made a successful escape.
The robbers in todays crime,
were described thus:
No. 1. About 35 years old, 5
feet 9, weight 135 pounds; dark
blue serge suit, dark cap; carried
two pistols; wore dark glasses.
No. 2. About 35, 5 feet 9 inches.
brown checkered mackinaw, dark
cap; one pistol, dark glasses.
No. 3. About 40. 5 feet 10 in
ches, weight' 155 to 160; dark
gray faded. suit, one pistol; dark
No. 4. Forty years, dark brown
suit, large, straight; peaked nose;
The money was divided, accord
ing to Lee Schlesinger, manager
of the store, as follows: $2000 in
$20 bills, $1000 in $10 bills, $500
in $5 bills. $50 in $2 bills, $107.
OP in postal money orders and
$21.99 in change.
The total cash usable to the
robbers was therefore $3571.99.
The checks, police say, are merely
paper as far as the thieves are
McMINNVIILE, Ore., April 15.
(AP) Two- men, believed to
nave been' members ot the outlaw
gang that held up a bank messen
ger at Portland today and escaped
with approximately $26,000. sped
through this eitar , at four o'clock
tliis afternoon; Sheriff Manning of
Yamhill county 'reported. The
men stopped on North B street,
Manning said, where one of them
took off a dark coat and put on a
light one. This change affected,
the pair then drove off at a high
rate of speed on the highway
south of McMinaville.
The man who changed his coat
was described as being about 30 or
35 years old.
, and 10 cents per yard. Also
buttons, stamping and pleating.
ANNA H. KRVEGER
Over Miller's Telephone 117
Tuesday, Friday, Saturday
From 7;30 to 10:30 P. It
Ladies Admitted Free
Opening of New
Hollywood Jewelry Store
One Door North Hollywood Theatre
The" public is f invited to inspect our new store
SATURDAY, APRIL 16TH from X to 9 P. M. Ex
pert American and Swiss watch repairing;-Railroad
watch work a specialty. Jewelry repairing and dia
mond setting. .
HOLLYWOOD JEWELRY STORE ;
. Fred Pierce, Prop.
Lt n n n
We liave a 1024 Ford 4-door
Sedan with a Ruckstell Axel,
shocks, motometer, auto
matic swipe, S & M spotlight,
00 per cent new rubber and
a car that has been driven
but very little for325.O0.
That Serrios Built
Curtailment of High Death
Rate From This Disease
Now Hoped For
ROCHESTER, N. Y., April 15.
(AP)-j-A new method of treat
ing peritonitis, which is expected
to curtail the present high death
rate of the dtsease was announced
today to the Federation of Ameri
can Societies for Experimental
Biology, meeting here.
Dr. Bernard Steinberg, of Cleve
land, announced the new treat
ment for peritonitis, reporting the
conclusions drawn from experi
ments made by Dr. Harry Gold
blatt, also of Cleveland, and him
self. The method, he said, is to
innoculate with germs of peritpni
tis to cause the disease, then give
the subject a serum made of bac
teria from another subject which
has developed peritonitis.
"The effect,' he explained, "is
to place in the system bacteria
which are in conflict with those of
the active disease a poison which
will fight a poison. In the cases
with which we experimented we
were quite successful."
While he said his experiments
had been confined to dogs he was
confident that the treatment
would prove as satisfactory with
human beings and might reduce
almost to zero the present high
rate of mortality.
Dr. C. Saul Danzer, of New
York City, reported the discovery
In the blood stream of persons
having high blood pressure as a
substance appearing to be a pois
on. He said an injection of the
blood containing the substance
Into normal blood caused a rise
In blood pressure not otherwise
obtainable, and attributed the in
creased tension to some definite
Recovery of the drug ephedrine
used in the relief of broncniai
cases, from a herb used in China
for years and now possible of cul
tivation in this country, was an
nounced by Dr. Guy W. Clark of
the University of California, and
Lingnan university, China. Drs.
G. W. Groff and W. Pate co-op
erated In the experiment.
BYRD ESCAPES INJURY
-After passing unscathed dur-
ina all the perils of a polar flight,
Commander Richard E. Byrd nar
rowly escaped being run down by
a mud scow in New York harbor
where he was trying out a new
8400 feet airline from
court house. Streets
on two sides of tracts,
4 blocks from bus line.
Rich soil, well drained.
350 to 450 per tract
. Cash S23, balance f 15
441 Court Street -
a' PUDttENCn Vrtosur
Where Files the Blue Bird?
There are many problems that
perplex us, countless puzzles that
we find it difficult to solve, but
if there is one query above all
others which may lay claim to be
ing the real eternal question, it
"What is happiness?"
No one ?has ever given nor ever
can give Itihe right answer since
happiness jcjoesnot mean the same
thing to all men. "We" interpret
it in certain terms, "They" give it
quite another meaning.
Happiness is nothing that can
be bartered-or even bargained for.
It ist that intangible, blissful
something that all men dream of
and few realize.
This much we ar; sure of, and
Many of us are advent urously
eager. We dare the fen and
forest, lured from peaceful hearth
side i by the flutter of bright
wings, only at last to capture in
our net the raven of 'despair in
the place of the blue bird we've
pursued so far.
Discontent entered into the Gar
den, and Adam and Eve lost Par
Cleopatra and her humblest
handmaiden became close kin in
their passionate quest Lor that
which ever eluded them.
The ancient oracle was dumb
when those who would be happy
sought guidance thereof.
Today, as throughout the ages,
man wonders and blunders, learns
from "experience and comes to his
own conclusions, working out for
himself some solution, however in
complete and faulty, to the uni
Over in Paris a short while ago
a Frincess ana a painter ana a
premiere danseuse were asked
their several opinions.
"Happiness," declared the dan
cer, "happiness is in love. Modern
haste has stolen from love all the
delightful uncertainty and dear
poetry of the slow, old fashioned
days. But if one will seek care
fully happiness may still be found
"ILppiness is in the joy of be
ing,'' said the painter. "Happi
ness is in creating, in giving our
work to the woTld!"
"Happiness is to forget time!"
Thus speaks the Princess. "Hap
piness is in us. To receive it we
must give it. We must share it
to realize its delight. We must
lose it to fully know its value."
To us the princess seems most
truly w ise.
Everywhere we hear it the
vcice of the prophet;
"Things were never like this in
the good old days. 'All that is
worthy is rapidly being relegated
to the discard. Eyil times are up
on us. And worse are yet to
Preacher, teacher, moral malker
continuously remind us of the . er
ror of our ways and foretell tragic
conclusion if we do not mend
And for some reasonT as yet to
us inexplicable, ninety-nine out of
the hundred times woman is -the
burden of the unhappy lay.
Westinghouse, Hotpoint, Acorn, Estate
Vibbert & Todd's Electric Store 191 South High Street
Saturday April 23, 2 P. M.
Terms Can Be Arranged
H. F. Woodry & SON
271 North Commercial Phone 75
Watch for Further Announcements
Westinghouse Hotpoint Acorn Estate
Will Be Sold
:" .'v ' , At '
: iVibbert & Todd's Electric Store v r
191 South High Street
Saturday, April 23rd at 2 p. m.
Electric Condition Checked and Guaranteed by
. VIBBERT & TODD, ELECTRICIANS
; Special Terms May Be Arranged
Ranges will be on display on Friday, April 22nd.
t ; j at the Electric Store
H. F. WOODRY & SON
271 North Commercial
These ranges are the property
Toothache, bad eyesight, dys
pepsia, brain fever in fact, every
ailment to which .human flesh is
heir are the latest responsibility
to be laid at woman's door.
Sir William Arbuthnot Lane,
Part., F. R. C. S., surgeon in Guy's
hospital, old London Town, says
"It is woman's fault that human
ity is the vto-tim of so many dis
eases. These are the sins visited
upon her children because of her
reckless insistence upon becoming
The poor, puny, insignificant
thing (woman, and It please you,
the description is Sir J)octors
own) is more simian than man and
by nature more imitative, which,
William Arbuthnot Lane, F. R. C.
S., declares is the reason why she
13 willing to endure the tortuous
rubber corset and the barber's
shears for the sake of the boyish
silhouette, sans hair, sans hips,
sans other things.
"('an you imagine man donning
a red waistcoat just because some
me else has done so?" asks this
eminent critic of the fair sex.
And we answer, in loud and de
cided tones, we can! Has Sir
Doctor no recollection of the hug-rue-tight
coat epidemic that held
man in its grip? And what about
the bell-bottom .trousers of our
best sheiks? What he-youth would
don them if the rest of the fellows
didn't. I suspect Sir Doctor's own
s-ex is not free of all simian strain.
As for the "puny and insignifi
cant" charge, scientific statistics
have recently proven that woman's
height and weight are actually
Washington furnishes any one
who asks with various govern
ment publications such as cook
books, health books, books on
J A newly married couple had ac
quired a generous supply of them.
One evening the bride asked her"
husband to hand her the "Baking
Book." She was contemplating an
other venture at biscuits.
Absent-mindedly he complied
and continued his reading to
glance up later and find his young
wife in tears.
He had his first lesson in do
mestic diplomacy when he saw
the title of the book he had given
her "Concrete and How to Mix
FRENCH NOTE DIFFERENT
C'hc-n Believed Trying to Overcome
Unanimity of Nations
PARIS, April 15. (AP) Eu
gene Chen, foreign minister of the
Cantonese government, apparently
Money refunded if it does not
cure your case
NELSON & MUST
Cor. Court and Liberty Tel. 7
1027 FREE WALLPAPER
Call, phone or write
MAX O. BUREN
170 N. Commercial Salem
Street ' Phone 75
ot R. W. Coblente, Portland, Ore,
sent France a different reply from
those made to the other four pow
ers which turned in protests to
the Hankow government, demand
ing apologies and reparations for
the anti-foreign outbreaks at Nan
king. The French foreign office has
not completed .the translation of
Chen's somewhat lengthy reply,
but it is said to be a somewhat
dilatory and evasive document
His action in sending different re
plies to he five protesting pow
ers is taken here as an effort to
break up the unanimity of the ac
tion of the powers.
Myrtle Point Old hotel here to
be replaced with modern struc
Jacob S'harff died at his resi-d-nf-e,
2237 Nebraska St.. April
14th. at the age of 75 years, lie
leaves his widow, Lena M. Scharft
of Salem; one daughter, Mrs. A.
L. Hekent1orf of the Philippine
Islands. Funeral services at the
Webb funeral parlors at 2:30 p.
m. Saturday, with Rev. Acheson
in charge. Interment in Lee Mis
sion cemetery. Please omit, flow
ers. Body will he in state until
the opening of the services.
Eugene Horning, age 72, died
at his home, route 7, box 36. Sur
vived by his widow and three
daughters. Jessie Malgaard, Pros
ser, Wash.; Eugenie Dengs and
Bertha Mae Zell, of Salem; 14
grandchildren, one great grand
child; three brothers and one sis
ter in the east. He was a for
mer resident of North . Dakota,
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
General Banking Business
Office Hoars from lO n. m. to S p. m.
Here You Will Find
THE UNTOLD TRUTH
Few people realize fully the healthful qualities of good fresh
Butter MOk contains protein, milk, sugar, mineral salts and
lactic acid, dll of which are very beneficial as aids to tho diges
tive organs and is highly recommended, by all physicians.
"Why don't you'let people know about this delicious Butter
Milk you have?" - 5 A ,
This is a question wethave been asked dally since starting
the manufacture of "Cherro Valley", brand of Butter Milk and
we are therefore taking this means of extending to you a special
invitation to visit us at our new location at 475 Ferry street,
that we may have the opporunity of serving you "Cherro Valley
Butter Milk," after which rwe feel convinced you will Join our
ever increasing number of satisfied, patrons.
And Remember Our
WHIPPING CREAM THAT WHIPS
at 13c per one-half pint 30c per pint Fresh Every Day
Butter Milk 5c Per Quart 15c Per' Gallon
We Welcome an Investigation at Any Time
ANDRESEN & SON, INC.
475 Ferry Street
TRANSFER AIuO STORAGE
Long end Short Distance Hauling
Public end Private StcracTP
Fireproof Building ;
GRAIN, FEED AND SEED
Free Delivery to any part cf thai city
QUOTATIONS ON APPLiCAtlON
coming here about 20 years ago.
Funeral services will be held from
the family home at 2 p. m." Mon
day. TerwIUiger funeral home iu
charge of arrangements, j
Charles S. Morgan died at his
home in Howell Prairie April 14.
Father of Clarence L. Morgan,
Mrs. Sylvia Ilaushman, Mrs.121si.
Dunn, all.of-Gervais. Funeral ser
vices will be held Saturday, April
16, from ..the Rlgd6n mortuary,
with concluding services "in the
Macleay cemetery.' " ' "
Perfect Funeral Service
For.: Less .:.":
Licensed Lady Mortician
770 Chemeketa Street
Telephone 724 . -
1:30 P. M.
F. N. WOODRY'S
Summer and Norway
3 -inch farm wagon, 2 bot
tom tractor plow, 2 and 3
section lever harrows, tools,
furniture, 20 sacks potatoes. '
etc. Farmers bring in any
thing you want sold.