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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1927)
TITE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON V
THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1927
BODIES TO CONFER
t Meeting; Planned for
,sv',!Ut interstate Mo
T. A. Livesley Is actively partial
pafing in urging that the weelc be
universally observed in Salem.
Patton IJrog. have on display
(lie latest in Kaster Cards. Make
your choice from a beautiful and
varied selection -one of the best
displays of greeting cards eve
.shown in Salem. ."540 State St. (
,, i.nblii- utilities' ciimirfls
v f Oregon and Halm will
. joint conference in Port-Vv,,-
5 for the purpose of dis-
;i proposed railroiid IX
,t Horn l.ewiston. Idaho, to
,. .!. Or'. The proposed
,1 uti!d establish direct
, , , T! r t iin hfUwn the -,
. n i-ouniirv and lwistoii
, r.iil facilities be-
.. - r. til. iti and atuilwru
.iid tl::it the prosT
.j , . , pel il H.li. 1 ih d Willi i fit-
,.. i c ii mi--i commission
;h;i pie I nion Pacific
, . -! wldeh the Oregon
i K;.jiiroad Naviica
. r . n iJ a branch, be re-
, I , huild :i line along the
,s, : . r -frm! Homestead. Ore..
? i Lev--i. -(ion. It was saia
;'c ;ilr.- ii v is a branch line
ll!itiiirn;:oi. on the main lice
a: N.-ivitvaiioh company to
m -se.id. .MUts in the office of
p'.ihlic h4rvie cqnmission
ini!i ,.?e t'hat at the- present
( i iioii oi Kiaito around
luis no railwav outlet
The Cherry City Baking Co.'b
bread, pies and cakes are of high
est quality. One of Oregon' most
sanitary bakeries: visit it. Worth
while. A Salem show place. (
I. . iion
; h"f joiif session of the tO
iiinMs wlill le "held in I'ort-
l.-m.i bier in May ftr the purpos
ni ii--u"-irig i
ri !' nper.it ion
!jik. An effl
n-.ii !i soint
' ' : ' 1 ' i '
li.. I 'lie
Jd rstate motor car-
between the two
fUrt will be made at
lii.ilid motor carriers will
iiinpelled to purchas'e an
etise when Iheir opera
nd, into t h is state.
of Music Week Given
.iiteiMiii and I.ivtwley I rge All
There is a very definite purpose
in National Miisic Week. It is not
merely to enjtertain people, but
t.i have thcrri Iknow and feel.
1 n ring the week, provisions
i .uld he made so that every man,
woman ana eflnia may ue aDie 10
!ar the message of music and to
eulize at least that some form of.
m sic has an appeal.
!ool musid is now generally
Mure available than ever before
;:d tlie observance of Music week
;m rxoellept way to induce
-.ry one to tjnake use q it..
TWreal purpose of Music week
wJV enter the attention of the
Ur on music through coordi
nation of musical activities. The
a'tention directed towards music
Muring tnr wees stimulates ine
ly of music and thereby in-e-
the public to support better
N.i'ional .Mijsie -eek In Salem
'.il he observed more extensively
m ever .Not oniv ia mere a
i! program of music present -in
S. h ,,, every evening, but all
rounding communities are pre-
iiK. special programs.
Hi.-,, rtior I. 1, Patterson has, is-
"' -d i jnoelainiation call4fig at
i Music week and Mayor
Dates for Hearing Set
in Marion Circuit Court
Dales, for hearing motions in
department f the Marion comi
ly cjreuit urt have been set
ahead to May 13 and 14 from the
week previous by Judge Kelly.
The session at Albany will over
Uip a viwli longer than usual due
to the trial ui Mrs. Anna Kullen
oh a charge of killing her husband
March 12. Fallen was brought to
Salem where lie died the next day
following an emergency operation.
They l?d been separated for sev
eral months, Mann 12 being the
day of birthday celebration for
their small sod.
- The grand jury will hear cases
commencing May 5, a week before
Judge Kelly's arrival.
Efker Auto r?o. , Ferry at lib
erty St. Autos fgtcred and fought
and sold. Cars washed day ana
night. IjOW prices and service
will make long friends., ()
SlAte surface roofing applied
over yonr oM shingles. We have
over 26e j6hM in fcalem. Nelson
I5ros.J:t'.frlml)ersk sheet metal
work, 3 $5 phemeketa. (;
StalGsrnan Ads Bring Results
Pay !e as You Are Paid"
, ;-: v : t
THE EYE MAN"
457 State Street
Witt Burnett Bros.
Closing Out Sale of
Well made of 10
Priced Low for Quick Disposal
i arel going, to need a tent this summer See me
!' buying. I can save you money. There are good
:ty tents-ind junk. . '
At Special . Prices
These ;. Refrigerators
l rongly constructed, well
uvsulatert, easily cleaned.
(ictJ5ar -Wirps' .".', .' '
j .- - -
Good Prices on; Paints
Devefoiinent of. Uniform
Plan for Debate Judging
, Suggested rin Talk
Charles "Redding, junior in law,
was elected president of the Rar
W club, Willamette university de
hate and oratory letternien or
ganization, at the annual banquet
at the Spa last night. Oflier of
ficers chosen wpre, I'rehe Rrei
tfiaupt. vice president, and Mar
garet Pro. secretary-treasurer. All
tnree students live in Salem.
Talks given during tile evening
by Victor Carlson, Charles Red
ding, , Margaret Pro. and Rubert
Witty urged cont inuance pf inr
terest in forensics next year. A
successful season has jus been
crmclnded. it was pointed OHt.tbt
extension of the public speaking
department in matter of instruc
tor personnel, arid financial sup
port, is necessary before Willam
ette can properly carryits great
forensic schedule, it was said.
Redding urged the development
of a plan for uniform judging of
debates. On the;' trip, he said, it
was evident that judges did not
have similar conceptions of what
constituted effective debating. re
suiting in many casesln unfair de
cisions both for and against the
A number of alumni members
of 4 the club, including Harold
Edkin;' Oeorge Rhofen, Ha' Corn
stocky and Rawson Chapln Were
present. Faculty ' members at
tending were Dean, F. M, Brlckson
$nd Coach John O. Hall. Joel
Reireioan, retiring president, was
A. H. Moore. 233 N. High. St,,
apartments and store where you
can get high quality furniture and
furnishings for every room in
your hovfse. ()
rkmKko. C rVtMMAwwk I service -fo the school and
Fbitied Hi ScftboU
Aj'illhAR fUrsetiiMi ChotMn
' tit-tit ; to1 Vfrt-k.' fJT I'oiuntnnity
i Tfre Salem high school com
merce department - met Tuesday
evening at tJie local school build
ing, and completed the organiza
tion of a junior chamber of com
merce. The purpose ot the Junior cham
ber of commerce is practically th
same as fi the purpose of differ
ent chambers of commerce
liandon Iunrty Cheese com-throughout the country. Anothr
pany will build new choose fac-jFiSnrpose s to enable the comnier
tory, 16,000 pounds of milk a dayrclal department id render more
AH Tires Have Befen Inspected and Put in
First Class Condition
PRICE? IT'S LOW ENOUGH
If you are ih the market for low priced tires
S & W USED TIRE & VULCANIZING
225 N. High Street
for lifetime service
LOOK over yoyr home with a view to its electrical
convepience. Think how handy it would be to
have outlets for floor and reading lamps where you
need therri to have provisions made for all your eke
trical appliances convenient switches everywhere!
Why not bring your home up-tO'date? Now wiring
improvements can even be purchased on easy time
Simply call in a "CHECK" SEAL CONTRACTOR
and ask him to install a OE WIRING SYSTEM.
You'll be surprised to see how quickfjr and easily h
does the work no fuss or muss-rand,, best ; of all,
you're certain of lifetime quality..
Remember; before a retailer or contractor:, can diV
play the "CHECKW SEAI4 He miisf pirove to us by
his standards of workmanship and bf the quality, of
the materials he uses that ha deserves your confidence.
Look for the "Check" Seal emblem arid be sure!
GENERAL ELECTRIC ,
; Electrical .
Appliances Ranges .Fixtures j
Washing Machines - Contracting
' Repair Work
HALIIC & EOFF ELECTRIC
thcV)mmnnif y in Veneral, "
Some r'nie m the near future
the. imiior chamber of .commercte
will give a program in the Salem
-high school, diirlng which time
the- accomplishments of -"the com
mercial department will be ex
hfhfted. There will also be a
speaker, some musical numbers,
and var.ious sorts ot erifertam
ment, Officeis of the junior chamber
of commerce are: William Head
man, president; John . yerdieck,
vice president:" Margaret Moore,
secretary; Raymond- Hoffman,
treasurer;". Wayne " Kantola; atlver
l is! n g managed, "and M iss' CrabariV
: . rw .
Williams' Battery Store
to Open in New Locatioa
Joe Williams, for many years
engaged in battery service work at
5:ti Court street, will open hW new
location at, the nn;thY,ls,t corner
of' tenter and ltfglt treeU oo
May iV -J- - ' ": '
r williais' motto ha been. "Dona
Ijy : uByho know battery and
electrical work," and be '.Will aim
In keep nr this repntatlon in tha
new home. ! '
piie to the plans for remodeling
Ihc De'rby bdliding, alL tenants
now located there aro being forced
to move, Williams being th first'
to take a new location.
Can Be Thorough!
Just light cleaning today and tomorrow heavy cleari-jpg-
That's the way wprnen used to arrange the work.
But now work can be easy every day! i "
Thq PrernTer Duplex is light, quick, thorough. It glides
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Top litter, it gets with a motor-driven
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And the Premier Duplex never has a
sluggish moment for need of oil..
It never needs oil. Ball beat
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motor keep it lubricat
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time it can do heavy
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