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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, .OREGON
SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1927
MOTHER., HOW ) WUCH
OLp WIM- tJBAJNl
have to bs before; as ovw yf cbowp win. ishs haP'Ashjajy
One mission of the young Miss is to be attractive. Stand
ard beauty , preparations, perfumes of rare, exquisite
charm. It's a store fo$ the whole family.
THE CAPITAL DRUG
J. II. wiLlett :
Salem's Owl Drug Store
Harry W. Harms. 2855 19th
street, will expend $3500 In the
erection of a dwelling, according
to a permit issued yesterday.
Piano at Bargain Price
Moore's Music House.
Is also oiling and greasing time.
Bring in your car and we will
guarantee you a good Job; this Is
oar business. Open all day Sun
day. The Grease Spot, 167 South
Liberty street. , a24
Two Dwelling Plannedi-
Two dwellings, costing $2500
each.'will be erected by L. P. "John
son air 1840 and 1850 North Cot
tage street. A permit was Issued
yesterday. ' r:" '."
Tresto IJte Batterx Service
Station, 219 State street. Tel.
Card of Thanks
We wish to acknowledge with
sincere thanks the kind expres
sions of sympathy extended us
at the death of our father. Mr.'
and Mrs. Walter Gamer, Mr. and
Mrs. Elmo S. White, Mr. and Mrs.
Ray C. Lick. 24
Xarsen to Build? , :
A one and one-half story house
will be built by I. T. Larsen at
542 North Liberty street. The
dwelling will cost $2,000.
Vscd Baldwin Player Piano
Cannot be told from new. Will
make price and terms to sell this
week. See this snap. TaHman
Piano Store, 295 S. 12th .St. a28
Wanted A Good Milker
Married man. noh - smoker,
Srhindler Bros., chone 721. a24
tj(-nr TVi litit
nwninn at 1885 North Church
and 955 Norway streets' will be
constructed by W. A. Bona, wno
secured a permit yesterday. Each
of the houses will cost 3auu.
Brown Returns Tonlcht
Dr, Walter H. Brown will re
turn this evening from Pendleton
her he has been attending meet
ings of the Umatilla county health
Modern Five-Room House " ;
For Kie bv owner: close In
TpI 1870-M. i a24
Hotel Marlon s
Dollar dinner, served 1:4$ to t
very awning: i S mlttf
nfM Collide '
J. W. Weis. 585 North Summer
strppt and 'Mrs. C. JeDsen. 1209
Ferry street, had an : automobile
collision at the corner of Marion
and Cottage streets yesterday.
"Xeithor aw thi other." the re-
port at police headquarters stated.
Real Km-Grain Price '
During sale, at Moore's Music
House. ,5v :i ; . -.-T as
rural tare rpholsteiT-"
And repairing. Gie-Powers
Fnrnltnre Co. - f$tt
V Beginning ' this - morning at 8
oTcIock. the Salem street railway
company will operate buses on the
Chemeketa street line on the reg
ular street car schedule because
of the large house which Is being
moved across the street at Liberty
and Chemeketa Intersections. The
, track will be- cleared for the ' cars
sabout noon. ' . f- . ,
Call YWCA to. Leave
. Bundles for rummage sale. a26
For Rent, Large AptJU
; At 2075 Fairgrounds. Hot wat
er heat and craraaea. Lease to re-
y sponsible adults, $35: ready to oc
f copy. Becke & Hendricks, 189 N.
H. A. Glese. 1164 Lea . street,
was Issued a permit yesterday to
build a dwelling at 1104 Lee, to
Pino KamI fVkra tnm Kl V ,
i 5 cents a pound. Phone. 7 9 Fl 4.
Vlslta With rtanliteita
. j Mrs,Clara Burkholder- of , Cot
fage-urove. ja a .TrECATeaa, guest oi
OtOER THEM . I a U ESS O ) -fUEREiWA A
AUOSTJ J WON BOTHER UTTLB tflRL AD
ALL DE OLO WOMeMJ NOSE, FOR.
B V THAT TIy0i5?lB . fig
her daughter. Miss Belle Burk
h&Ider, who is employed with the
state . industrial accident commis
sion and makes her home with Mr.
and - Mrs. J. B Totzman. Mrs.
Burkholder was a guest at the
social given by her daughter at
the Protzman home on Friday eve
ning. Used Pianos Lots of
Them $60. $75, $100, $125
and $150. .See them at Tallman
Piano Store, 395 S. 12th St. a28.
Warehouse or Wholesale Site
A quarter block, very close in.
Most suitable for retail. Priced
$40,000. Becke & Hendricks, 19
N. High street. a27
Pour Copies Popular Sheet
Music for $1, at Moore a during
Do You Rent?
Then read 'this out LOUD. We
have four mighty nice strictly
modern homes, 4 to 6 rooms, base
ments' garages, furnaces, fire
places, hardwood, etc. Prices.
$4,000 to $5,000. We can sell to
responsible people for a reason
able down payment and all the
balance EXACTLY like rent: 2
ready to "Occupy new.r Becke &
Hendricks, 18 9N. HigbrSt; aZT
On Way Home-
Word has been received In Sa
lem that Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Jar
man arrived safely at San Fran
cisco on April Zl after a stormy
voyage tromHonoJulu. They are
both -reeling tine ana report a
wonderful . tri. They- plan to
spend a few days In the south and
will return to Salem the latter
part of this week. .
Pedigreed Boston Terrier
Beautifully marked, .145 1-J.
A. Higher Standard of
LI vine; warrants a better return
on your funds. P. E. P. Co. Friend
ly ad, see page 4, sec. 3. . aZ4
Just Received. 1926 Chevrolet
. Tourine. lots of extras. Save
you $300 on this one. 1 early 1925
Star touring. In best of condition:
60 days service on these two. Used
Car Corner, block west Ladd &
All Plaver Piano Rolls
Greatly educed during said at
Flowers tor AU
'-' Occasions. ' Adams Florist. a24
Foot Is Cut:
Walter Yonng. a woodi cutter
on th W. H. Pelker nlaee on the
Wallace Road, la in a local hos
pital receiving treatment for some
had cuts on his foot received when
his ax slipped. The accident hap
For Women and Children
Nothing equals osteopathy. Dr.
Marshall. Oregon Bldg. -V a24
Larceny by. bailee Is charged In
a warrant sworn out last nlht In
police court by Thomas JVWindl
khar. against Edward Hadley. It
Is said Hadley failed to turn over
$200 "'belonging to WIndlshar.
Elks, Don't' Forget i-
Dancer next Saturday evening.
Mayor Goes North ' y "
Mayor T. A. Llvesley left yester
day for , Sardis, :B. C, where he
will Inspect the hop yards which
he owns In that r vicinity. The
mayor will return " next Thursday
in time to meet with the budget
committee of the city council re 1-
- DISEASES V
Treated by Osteopathy, Dietet
ics, Radiant Therapy and Elec
trical Therapy Including - Sr.
Abrams' Electrojnlo System. .
No Cliarse fcr.
. ' - Consultation; s ,
J DX B.H. WHITE
rhyslclan and Gnreon. ,
tC3 U. 6. Kat'L Can3c XZZZ
AWTHER ALWAVS ?OE?H
S IN BRIEF
ative to the city Improvement
measures to fro. on. the ballot at
the election in June.
Have Your Sunday Dinner
At State Cafeteria.
Closes Saturday Afternoons-
After May 1st the justice court
will be closed at 1 o'clock on Sat
urday afternoons during the sum
Have Small Grand Piano
Manufactured by Baldwin Piano
Co., to sell at nearly half.of ori
ginal price. Terms if sold at
once. Will consider upright piano
as part payment. Tallman Piano
Store, 395 S. 12th St. a28
Water Tight Concret
Ask the Oregon Gravel Co. how
to make it and what materials to
use. Tel. 180. a24
Club to Meet
The Montana club will meet next
Friday evening in union hall at
6:30 o'clock. It was announced by
C. F. Gillette, president. All Mon
tana people are Invited.
Dancins; Every Friday-
Domes' hall, McCoy.
Brooks Operated On
G. A. Brooks, night watchman
at the YMCA, was operated on at
a local hospital yesterday. He Is
said to be recovering rapidly, but
will probably not be able to re
sume his work for two or three
Try Salem Maid
, Ic6 cream. Sanitary Confection
ery, 1857 State; Pilm Confec
tionery. 467 N. Church. a24
Stones Visit He
Harry Stone, general secretary
of the YMCA In Portland, was
a Salem visitor -yesterday. He
was on his way to Eugene with
a group of high school boys en
tered in the state track meet
Dr. Goffrier, Chiropract
Naturopath, 616 1st N Bk. Bldg.
Phono 551. a24
Contribute ; to . Coffers
B. C. Bond,' Frank W. Clark
Alex Hirsekorn, O. J. Schei and
Fred Drager were contributors of
$1 each to the city coffers yester
day. They parked their cars too
long In one place.
Just Received, 1026 Chevrolet
Touring, lots of extras. Save
you $300 on this one.. 1 early 1925
Star touring. In best of condition;
60 days service on these two. Used
Car Corner, A block west- Ladd &
Bush. - l a24
LWould Aid Flood Victims
L-Aoi!dat la believed to be the first
donation received locally for the
relief of Mississippi flood suffer
ers was a check for $15 from J. A.
Stambaugh of Suver, Or., who sent
bis contribution to the Salvation
Army. y ;
Son , Born Saturday
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
E. G. Charlton on Saturday, April
23, at the Salem hospitaL. Mother
and son are reported as doing
nicely! . . - IJ.
' . Tuesday,' Friday, Saturday
From 7:30 to 10:30 P. if.
, u ' DREAMLAND RXXK
Ladles Admitted Frea :
All Sixes Films, Kodaks, DereV
; A-optasj Our Specialty
. , " " ;' Prompt Den ilco ,
J. F. TYLER'S DRUG STORK
157 South Commercial ;
Th6 Home of Drug Stort ;
A NEW FULLY MODERN 4
ROOM BUXGALOW AND
; on Fairmont lull
AT S20OO -
$300 down balance 23.00 per
CXKICH & ROHERT3, Realtors
t T North Coiwrwrtal
; . t , SATS: 7 -
Wo have a Harlej Davidson
with the bis; , motor, tmlloon
tires, new battery, fully equip
ped, and In the best of condi
tion for f 133.00.
The novae Thai ferric Balls
Many Attend Matinee
The matinee at the Elslnore
theater Saturday morning was at
tended by approximately 2400 boys
and girls, according to the man
agement. They gathered at the
theater to see the picture. "Robin
Hood." which had been brought
here by the Central Shoe company
Marriage Licenses Issns5
Marriage licenses were issued
Saturday at the county clerk s or
flee to Carl Messing Hagglin, and
Odille Persons, ?160 Gaines street.
Salem ; to William Harvey, 1368
North 16th street, and Elsie At-
wood King, both of Salem, and to
Elma E. Wolfe. Hubbard, and
Justine W. Belleque, Gervais.
Larrenv ClLarsre Faced
, E. T. Osborn, arrested here, was
returned to Oregon City to face
a charge of larceny from a dwel
ling. Saturday. Constable Wilson
of that city came here to take
charge of the prisoner.
Go to Silverton
The Rainbow girls will go to
Silverton tomorrow night to put
on their initiation work before the
Eastern Star in that city. The
girls will meet at the Masonic tem
ple at 6:30 Monday evening.
To Build Dwellings
A dwelling will be constructed
at 1940 North Church street by
Mrs. M. Devers, according to a
permit issued yesterday. The
structure will cost $1500.
NATION HELPED BY DRY
LAW, WHEELER CLAIMS
(Continued from page 1.)
cited legal Instances of this pro
cedure voiding laws. He charged
that law makers and those at
tempting to enforce the law were
drinking, that more than a million
citizens had become users of intox
icants,- "because of prohibition"
and that 66 per cent of the na
tion's population is opposed to it.
Wheeler said prohibition was a
success as the will and wish of
the majority. Describing the use
of intoxicants as "entrenched sin,"
he claimed for the federal and
state enforcing measures a policy
of patience while awaiting eradi
cation of this "sin." He said that
the wet propaganda was conceiv
ed and fostered by "liquor inter
ests" and that the nation was still
preponderantly "dry." He said
prohibition was .based on sound
governmental principles, "the In
herent right of the people to bet
ter their condition." and not "fan
aticism" as charged by Darrow.
People Rule, Asserted
Of repeal and nullification.
Wheeler said: "If so (that the
constitutional amendment was af
fected by a minority) a wet ma-
ority can extract It (the 18th
amendment) from the constitu
tion. It has always been the right
of the people to change their con
stitution by legal methods, but to
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sates to atsArats
Thoam t "
147 Otm'l as.
Tlctr Adding Mscatw awvtos ,
C M. LOCKWOOD
iuo, uaLLorx man
540 Chemeketa Street
1 i r ; HEMSTITCH LNG
, 8 d lO cents per yard. Also,
buttons, stamping and pleating.
S.? . -:-- r' ' -
i AJTNA B. KRTJEGER
Over Miner's . Telephohe 117 .
Casey's Guaranteed ' F: .h -'
Money refunded lf.lt .does not
. - euro your case . .
. . ' KELSON A HUNT::;'-11'!'
Oor. Court aud Liberty t&T
1827 FREE WALXPAPE3
Call, phona or write -
: max o. Buncrr
179 V. Commercial C&Lcm
attempt to nullify or defy It Is an
archy':" ' -;-
The chief point of difference reT
vealed by the debaters, aside from
their methods of exposition, seem
ed to be their, ideas of the effect
of intoxicants upon man. Wheeler
painted alcohol as a monster, hab
it forming, fiendish and insidnous.
sonal liberty," which he charged
was fn.vaded by the 18th amend
ment, could be restored only by
nullification disobedience of the
law a pd official negligence. He
that drove men to brutalities and
economic disasters and corrupted
i Harm Minimized
narrow j (couldn't see the harm
In drinking "in moderation" and
expressed no' concern for thosa
who drank otherwise. Life, he
said, was 'pretty, much. a. drab af
fair, what with man caught be
tween an unknown past and un-,
definite future, going to his rou
tine tasks in the morning and' re
turning at night to contemplate
nothing in 'particular, and so if a
citizen wished to take a stimulant
to cheer him up a bit he saw no
harm in that. In fact, he said, he
was sure a great deal of good re
Wheeler said he nowhere found
any proof of harm being done by
prohibition but on the contrary
found a great deal of good.
"Public drunkenness is rare,
drinkcaused crime, has been
greatly reduced ;y drink-caused
poverty no. longer drain millions
in charity; alcoholism and alco
holic insanity are far below' the
license-year average; drink no
longer publicly tempts the weak
but has become furtive, industrial
accidents are fewer; the billions
that once bought delirium tremens
crime and poverty, now purchase
homes, automobiles, travel, insur
ance, education, wholesome enter
tainment, bonds and stocks, with
self-respect and happiness."
CITIZENS ASKED TO
(Continued irom page 1.)
only lost their homes but have lost
all of their possessions. This is
one of the greatest calamities that
has befallen the people living
along the Mississippi river and its
The president issued a call for
the citizens of the nation to lehd
every assistance. The Willamette
district of the American Red
Cross has been allotted $2000 as
Its share in the relief funds. Ev
ery effort is being made by the
local workers to complete the
drive by-Monday. Dr. Henry E.
Morris Is chairman of the drive
and he reports that the towns in
the district are organized for the
work. Today in nearly all of the
churches in Salem special offer
ings wil be made to raise funds
for this relief work.
All those desiring to do some
thing to aid the sufferers in the
flooded areas are asked to mail
their checks o Dr. Henry E.
Morris, 3()3 First National Bank
Building, Salem, Oregon.
Funeral Services Held
for Davis Rees Sunday
The funeral of Davis Rees, an
uncle of Davis R. Rees of Salem,
Men's and Ladies' suits cleaned
and pressed, Sl.OO. Toadies Bilk
dresses, SI. 25. , Coats . re lined.
f3.00. Men's suits pressed, 50c.
Buy Quality When Ton
The greatest assurance of qual
ity is purchased from an insti
tution that knows paint. We
have been spreading paint for
1 KEXXEDT PAEVT CO.
254 Chemeketa,' TeL 921 - 679 J
Here at last
. for Sprng
- v See It At '"
v. JOHN J.
yThe Question OEGctting Tliere And .
V I V" getting Te WorkboneRight
r, w .. r-- t , - r- - ;
i; ;y That is the ' thing- -we have always s featured. -r
I- Because of our Equipment we never cause any
unnecessary delay lii getting your plant ycheels
r s turning;. - Because of our ability, experience and
. training we guarantee 4our work. ; If it breaks
you get your money back .
. . i - i., - . - - j i . i
; SQUARE ! DEAL WELDING i
5 MACHINE WORICS .
Zio Ferry. Street - ' Telephone 23G3
Where 0Tb; Dine
Eat Tour Sunday. Dinner
At the Gray Belle.
-i Served all day at The Spa,
For Dinner This Evening .
Dollar dinner at the Marlon
Chicken Dinner at the. Lunch Box
481 S. Liberty St. Tables for
ladles. . Open all day.
Eat Tour Sunday Dinner -
At the Valley Grill, 156 R
Com'l. Under new management. .
Eat at Mlnto's
' Chicken dinner, KOe,
Eat Tour Sunday Plnuag
At the Argo Cafe.
Eat Tour Turkey and Chleke
Dinners at State Cafeteria. '
Oregon, who died suddenly in' San
Diego, California, on March 13,
was held Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock from the family residence
324 West Ninth slreet, Erie, Peon
The Rev. Harry Burton Boyd of
ficiated. ' The honorary bearers
were F. F. Curtze. H. C. McCaugh
an, Frank Schultz, E. B. Johns,
Henry- Fish, R. c. McClenathan,
George A. Disqne, F. -E. Mosher
and L. B. Schutte. '
Mr. Rees was born near Low-
ville, N. Y., in 1843, 'and came to
Erie in early youth, where he re
sided ever since. In 1863 he be
came associated with the Pennsyl
vania railroad and remained with
it as rreignt and ore dock man
ager for 47 years, retiring 15
years ago. He was a chatter mem
ter of the board of trade, now
the chamber of commerce, also of
Kahkwa club. At one time he
was ;rasident of the H. F. Watson
company and has been a director
there for over 20 years. For 44
years he was a director of the
Krie Trust company and was
greatly interested In the erection
of the new bank building. He
was president of the Erie Abstract
Title company, a past master of
Keystone Lodge No. 4445, A. F,
Sc. A. M., and a member of Mt.
Olivet Commandery, No. 30, and
Royal Arch Chapter No. 215.
The survivors are his widow,
Mary Dunlap Rees; two daugh
ters, Miss Marianne S. Rees and
Mrs. Helen Rees Parshall; three
sons, J. Dunlap R.ees, in business
In this city; Richard R. Rees.rlce
sold ir mocguxs aTsaKraus
Yick So Herb Co.
Est'd 19 Years la Salem
J. IL LEONG, BIgr.
If other treatments
hare failed try our
Chinese remedies tor
croup and cough. Nev
er neglect a cold. We
also treat all ' disord
ers of men, women and
Call or write 480-426 State St,
Salem, Oregon, Phone 283
Expert looms and expert
craftsmen created your
linens,, your dainty silk
things, your clothing. Let
none but experts handle
them. Send them to us
for laundering with the
perfect' assurance that
they are being handled by
. Sat ANT 8E
' KAYD IWiUWDBY AND
W Cn and Driiwr
466 TSaXT STREET
f TlepaeM 16
Umm4 ruia te IU4 aad C
motaUie bans. artlfc Rln.V
president ,of .'.Neemes Fpundry,
Inc.. Troy, N." Y., and Frederick D.
Rees, with the General Electric
company-af PMladelphlaPa.? aid
pabriel Says Pabco
' ' . r-k:.niAM ai fMirl
The educational display of Pab-
co, shingles showing . the , color
harmonies possible Is reported to
be .meeting with fine success.
Color experts at the display lo
cated at 142 South High street in
the hew Bllgh Building, are on
hand cheerfully giving the bene
fit of thfeir advise to tho people
of bis community. ...
Ed Gabriel of the Gabriel Pow
der and Supply company, com
menting last night-on. the new
color combinations inPabco shin
gles recently developed said: - .
"People little realize the tre
mendous amount o( equipment In
volved In -producing modern ma
terfals to cover the top" cf the
- Hansen -,
Died at the Culver , residence.
435 Center street. Friday, April
22, Mrs. . Ellen Hansen, age 89
years, mother of Pete Hansen, A.
M. Hansen. Mrs. Sophia Ileckman,
Mrs. Trena Culver, Paul and Harry
Hansen ; also survived by 10 grand
children and three great-grand'
children. ' Funeral services Mon
day, April -ift, at 2. p. m. from the
Rigdon mortuary, r Interment in
IOOF cemetery. f
. Porter . .
Funeral services for the late
Sidney R. Porter will be held from
the AumsviUe Christian church
Monday at 2:30 p. m., the1 Rev.
Mr. Putnam officiating. . Mr. Por
ter Is . survived . by one son, Wil
liam H. Porter; a daughter, Mrs
Paul Jones; a sister. Mrs. H. C
Van Vebren, all of Salem, and a
brother, H. C. Porter of Anmsvllle.
The funeral cortege will leave the
Terwilliger home promptly at 1:15
O : :
i ' ruHESAxa -
Funeral services for the late
Thomas Jefferson Cronise wilj be
held on Monday, April 25, at.l0:30
a. m. from "the Rigdon mortuary.
Interment will be in the City View
cemetery. -'. - , -
in every necessary de
tailV In a service well .
known and sought for
its quiet understand
ing and broad sym- '
pathy to the bereaved
Webb's Funeral Parlors
Perfect Funeral Service
Licensed 'Lady Mortician
70 Chemeketa Street
- Telephone 724
l l. : i
LADD & BUSHtBaNkers
- 'Established 1868
General Banking Business
. Office Hours from 10 a. m. to S p. as.
Long and Short Distance Haulinj
t . Public and Private Storage
v Fireproof Building
r "GRAIN, FEED . AND SEED
v"":. ;;. Free Delivery to aajr part of the city
: QUOTATIONS ON APPLICATIO; J
PAUL TILVGLIO, Pre?.
Day Telephone 23 . . ;Ti-ht Tc!:r"--'"? -
house. . v j C ,, : '
; jThe .Parafflae Companies, Inc.,
originators "of prepared roofinjc
afld tfan'utacf uraf oi .ITalthold
un4 Rubberoi4 rooinga In addition
to . pabcp ' shingles, maintain - a
corps ;of chemists and research
engineers Whose combined Bervlce
with the company and' experience
In Che industry represents more
than 125 years.- -
"These men of necessity, must
be years ahead of future markets.
For Instance, the process of mak
ing the Pabco Colocrome blended
colors was developed more than
seven years'ago and tested In coun
tries . all over the world, where
the company does business, before
they were marketed-
"In these days of Truth in Ad
vertising and selling, manufactur
ers of national repute, could not
afford to offer products to the con
suming' public except they were
tried and true."
Exchange a lovely suburban
home, strictly modern, for city
property or stock ranch.
I GEO. F. PEED
: S41 State Street
: Rewound andRepalred
New or Used Slotora
VV . for Sale
VIBBERT & TODD
191 South High St
TELEPHONE 2112 '
HAVE YOUR SON'S
by me before he re
sumes his studies.
. No one knows just
when a child's eyes be-..
gin to trouble them or
. what causes it but
to FIND OUT if there
is trouble and correct
it with glases made for
the purpose is wise.
Children's Work Is a
v . CO. t '" .
301-2-3 First National
. Bank ISuilding k
Salem v. . Oregon
K am now thoroughly established
in my new location
Dr. L. R. Burdette
401 First National .Bank Balldlas
' Phone .025