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.ntJ5"6HKOKi STATESMAN; AtEM. Onj5r:os; spNIV?OEKtkG,;03rOBEn 23, 19:?
ni-Mtes Klggenbotham. Mr." and
Ira. Charles Al' Park.' Mrs. Bou
iaout Beeley of Portland. Mr. and
Irs. Paul B. Wallace.. Mr. and
Ira. Prank Erickson. Dr. and
Irs Geprge Vfhrs. Pr. and Mrs.
CornuK: Tulir, Mr. and Mrs. It.
I. Rbbertson. Mbs Goulding, Miss
lartha. TIarrlson. Mlas Helen PIp
y. Miss? Mildred luring. Miss M II
tred "Bchackelton. Miss Dorothy
Ceber, Miss ViTian. Eiker, Miss
Jreyen. V .
has, called a meeting, of -the drill Mrs. L. L. Laws Fjiday, evening. t
! W?, J, Wte, Interesting
Speaker-, at YiW: C.'A, Tea
Mis ntb WWteX.-W. C. A.
ecretary , in s Peking, Chna who Is
n, the United SUtes on1 furlough,
;ar . a:,Ttry intereatiag talk on
onditions In China and thewonk
ft the Y. W. C A. there at the lea
Jiypn. yesterday afternoon, by the
ocal association. She appeared In
aatire costume. i ; . i v ,
J Mrs. WE. Kirk presided At the
lea. table cwhlch ; was. attractive
.vith yellow chrysanthemums and
eUow:. nasturtum. Mrs,- Max O.
Hut-en chairman oX the social com-
nittee of the Salem, chapter, was
assisted In- serving' by Mrs. Frank
Meyers.. Mrs., Frank; Spears, Mrs.
a. js. lAni, and Mrs. A. Lu Wal
Guests in Salem Friday
.Mrs. Oswald West and Mrs. Ben
OlcotJ; ot-Portland were guests in
afyem rriaay. v; t - j; j.
Drill Team, of Auxiliary of
Sons of Veterans Will Meet
at Armory Y- f
m St. Helens, drill captain,
team of, the Auxiliary of Sons of
Veterans of Union Wars, for Mon
day afternoon act .two o'clock in
the Armory. . .'- Y, , :- " -V ;
Junior- Business, Girls Club :
Organized in Salami ,y ;
An interesting club has been
organized in Salem recently, the
junior Business Girl's Club, with
a charter membership of t eighteen.
Miss Bake? Is superrisor of the
group. . - .. y-- . . . . .-,
The members met for dinner in
the din in room at the X. W. C. A.
The, Constitution and by-laws will
be drawn up at the meeting next
The purpose of the club is
four-fold: first, a larger world,
second, a farther goal; third, a
keener mind, aad fourth, a rich
The following officers were
elected for- the year: President,-
Ethel Milburn; vice-president.
Opal Humphrey ; secretary, Louis
Lanks, treasurer, Marie Waldorf.
- The charter members are: Mis
Norma Mulvey, Miss Eve Bumph
rey. Miss Thdlda ' ohanson , Miss
Vidla Moriary, Miss Roberta Wil
son, Miss Helen I Bradford, Miss
Norma Gereen, Miss Marie Wal
dorf, .Mfcta Helen Donglnton, Miss
Florence Lintermuts. Miss Ahnona
Welch, MIsa Elizabeth Welch, Miss
Eline Gilson, Miss Virginia Vest,
Miss Louise Lanke, Miss Wrhwk
The club is open to all girla of
Camp Fire Girls Have '
The Sacajawea and Netappon
Camp Fire Girls gave a Hallow
e'en party at the home of Mr. and
Games were played and - the
"Hoot Owls' : furnished addition
al entertainment Y r
: Refreshments were served at a
late hour. r v ..
In "the group were: Miss Mild
red Mulkey, Miss Edith May Jenks
MIssrEirzabeth'Clenient. Mtas Viv
ian." Fleeber,' Miss Merle -Thatcher,
Miss Befnis Godsey, Miss ' Betty
Turner of Corvallla, Miss Wllda
Fleener. f Miss Claudia Buntin,
Miss Grace Khoades, . Miss Doris
dodsey, - Miss Trances Laws, and
Miss Thelma Davis." " ,
Alexander Brailowsky Will
Make Initial Appearance in
Salem This' Week
Society folk wjll ,o t en
roasse" -at the Elsinore Theater
next Thursdajr evening-. October
27th, when Alexander Brailowsky,
famous Russian pianist,' appears
for -the first time-in local concert.
Salem is the smallest olty in the
United States . to be honored- with
a concert by this great genius. Ev
eryone Is feeling the necessity of
showing their ivic responsibility
by (buying large "blocks of seats.
Among them the following: !
Paul B. Wallace, T. A. Livesley,
Portland Music Company; Miller
Mercantile Company; Sherman
Clay and Company; Mrs. William
Everett Anderson; , QJese-Power
Company; F. S. Lamport Moore's
Music House: A. K. Bush George
C. Will's Music Store; Mrs. Frank
Spears; Mrs. Nettie M. Spaulding;
Albert GUle;. Salem Men's Chorus;
Beethoven Society of Willamette
University; Miss Sally Bush; Rob
ert PauEus; EtAOCis E. Neer; Har-
rv W. Scott; Ed Schunke; Otto
HHlman, Bertha Junk Darby, and
the Marion Hotel
OLD MISSION ENDS ;
TP ITS-FIFTIETH: YEAR
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Grand Rapids, .Mich, one of the
largest t nthe country. Mackay Is
a' noted open' air preacher of tha
Pacific coast. -,
Y South Clark street was a rois
tering thoroughfare in 1877, and
compassion for the derelicts who
crowded its polyglot sidewalks led
to the founding of the mission by
Mr. .and Mrs. George R. Clarke,
Walter G. Taylor is the present
! On a. warm Sunday afternoon,
Billy Sunday and five of his cro
nifis of the old Chicago baseball
club were walking down State
street. : '
,"I was pretty well tanked,", the
evangelist says In telling ot his
conversion. "At the corner of
Van Buren street a little flock
from the Pacific Garden mission
was holding a gospel meeting. The
songs awakened memories of my
mother and I sat down on the
edge of the sidewalk and cried. I
was invited to the mission. As I
arose, X said. 'Boys. I'm through.
; "That night I went to the mis
sion. I was affected by the tasti
monies- ot men whose, stories ot
redemption had a ring.
'After a talk with Mrs. Clarke.
I kneeled in prayer, and went out
committed to live a straight life.
"The next morning. went to
the Hall park. I knew what await
ed me. The first man I met was
"He said. 'Bill. I'm proud of
you. Religion is not my long suit,
but I'll help you all I can. I had
taken my step and I received noth
ing but friendly encouragement.
; When the lights of street and
chop window begin to illumine the
dusk, the little band of Pacific
Garden missionaries fare forth as
different groups have done for
half a century, and from the shadow-swept
alleys comes their au
dience,' to listen and perhaps fol
low; the mission as others have
done for half a century.
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KANSAS WOMAN SUES
PROVE PICTURE GENUINE
: (Continued from Paso One)
they were married. j
In 192Q the purported "La;
Belle was brought to Kansas
City, -Almost immediately Sir
Joseph, bead of the international
art firm of London, Paris, and
New York, attacked the authen
ticity of the work.
"The picture sent to Kansas
City Is a copy," said Sir Joseph
in an article in a New York news
paper, "hundreds of which have
been made of this and other Leon
ardo subjects and offered in the
market as genuine. Leonardo
never made a replica of his work.
His original La Belle Ferronniere
is in the Louvre;'
Mrs. . Hahn brought suit for
$500,000 damages, but offered al
ways to withdraw the suit if Sir
Joseph would retract his state
ments concerning the painting.
Since then the Kansas City "La
Belle" has made two trips across
the ocean. Art critics have heer
called for both sides and an amaz
ing array of evidence is ready for
presentation to the Tfew York
Conrad Hug, Kansas City art
dealer and agent for the Hahns.
recently returned from France
with depositions he had taken
there. Among them was one from
Georges Sortais, expert on ancient
paintings to the French court in
the department of the Seine for
20 years. Sortais believes the
Louvre "La Belle" to be the work
of one. of Da Vinci's students, and
holds that the Hahn painting is
an original Da Vinci.
Thousands of dollars already
have been - spent in the dispute.
In ilia, the Kansas City portrait
was taken back to Paris, insured
for $500,000 by Lloyds, and hun
alongside the celebrated Louvre
property in the Salon Carre, so
that a group of Sir Joseph's ex
perts might compare them. .,.
At; the hearing Hug hopes to
establish-validity, of the portrait
which came to Kansas City as part
of the French war bride's dowry.
If, ho does,' tho Kansas City Va
Bella will be tho- only authentic
paincjb!yvlIUit;fTl. master of
early- Renaissance now "in America
-r-or .ever likely to . get here, be
cause. .U - tho other known Da
Vinela a.ro.thei property of Euro
pean governments. .
talk;of buried: -;x :
; : QOLR, LURING MANY
I (Continued from Page One)
never been found. James Bowies
who died . in the Alamo,, ta sup-;
posed to have found the most fam
ous mine. . . .. . : -J
The final cycle of legends clus-;
ters . ahout. the exploits, of' early
day -had men," who are reputed to
have buried much of their loot.
Almost every county in the state
has at least one fully hatched leg
end of buried treasure. Y
Ifet Frirst Kafiojial:
Bur - tiasM
I m. sa4 8naSO MiU pt word
Zny e 84y
2 essts ft word
. f esata nsr war
I evats pr werd
tlma rat, drartosiaa; asmst rs ia eo
(eutirs IssaAs. V .
" Ko- Ad Ukm for Um tkaa 15s.
Ads rmm tmaday OHHj aarg sji
AdTartiinsaaU (ssespt PraoaVu 7 .
and Sitoatioas WaaUd wUl T Wk . 1
Tr ta ts)ai& 1 tke advartiaar i
is a sassexiDW f psoa t .
- Tks- Situinii will aes!v ftdrsr.
BssmsaUfaay tdina t tie day ; or
airfct. To laawa prapsc claaslfiaaUoa
Ada anaalds b ia bafora T p. am. ,
TIXIrHONB J& OH MA
DRY FORCES WILL
WAGE GREAT WAR;
(Continued -from Page One)
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3taarti .jfor I Ldit aad Oaatlwnaa.
Coffey's Paeto Sarviee
TsL -708. Ovsr ths Bps.
Morris Optical Co. 801-03-S0S
OHKKEXETA LODGE NO. 1. 1. O. O, P.
Hoots OTory WadBOtday avoaiat. at
. T:SO o'oJoekj third floor of I. O. O. F.
Temple, eoraer 9 Coart aad Hick 8U.
P. N. Woodry
12 Tra. Salem's laadteg Ametioaoor
. aad raraltura Jealatv .i'
Sas. Btora. 1619 N. SnmiaaT Bt,
Do.Nqt Eiiyy a
u Estirriates Ufion Request
OiregpinC Gravel Cq.
1 Makers of Sewer Pipqs,
; Drain Tile, Road Pipe,
Roof Tile arid Dealers in
. Permanent Building Ma
1405 N. Front Street
v Phone 180
H. Rqpdry & on
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Soeolof sky A - Son. Tel. 8TO
paid (or asod
N. Coram 1-
Seal Estata, Loans, Iaauraaee
Dr. Irid B. Hill, Orthodontia " '
(ftraightaaiaf f irreguUr teeth)
Suite 80S. - Hoars 9 te 6
j Erery day eeept Thnraday
Big-ht dowa tewa. Ossh
fflrairar nvnrv 111
TeL T5. Ayeato for Lansa Rsiiir .
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B. J. BA&TON - ZXIDB BATTEBIES
starter aad fsasrasor wax, - iuj
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Phone 62 5
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Wirti aad Paal T. Burrisl
410-411-413 TeL 185
pie to repudiate all state and na
tional party platforms that' deal
only fn' glittering generalities
with law enforcement. We will
oppose and - v.ote against , candi
dates In both parties whose prom-10. P.;Oilleuej
ise ia fair and dry, but whose ol-l
ficial performance is wet.
The matter is more, than a do
mestic issue. The, hope of every
other people await the outcome
of our struggle.' and he organized
"trade; abroad unites with the
illicit traffic at home to destroy
our. achievement. In this, when
we strengthen America, we serve
Let : propaganoa be answered
with truth. Release the facts. Let
complacency make way for mili
tancy, f; Mobilize the public con-
Then shall Lincoln's aspiration
become a reality in government
and "reverence for law the polit
ical religion of the nation." And
with Lincoln we invoke upon this
cause "the considerate judgment
of mankind and the favor of Al
Another War is On
There is another war on,
against Al Smith, the candidate of
the wet forqes fof president.
Col.: Theodore Roosevelt, in his
key-note speech at the recent New
York State. Republican convention,
among other things, said:
"A man must be Judged by the
company he keeps, apd though we
do not question the , personal in-
tegrity of Governor Smith, he is I to ai8Pel tnat shadow this autumn.
sponsored and backed by Tam-jy electing a strong majority in COLLECT and KEEP $s COMMISSION -
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Bobia D. Day aad Ooaald W. Miles
a -' - Attorneys at Law -
Telephoae 103. 610-611-61J
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Dr. O. Ward Davis, Oaaeral Daatistry
- TaL SIS. jCvenina- by aotxjtBtmaEt.
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Or. H. B. Seefield-
Oklrepraetor,-:- Nearoealometer Berries
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Drj H. M. Broera, Era, JEar, Nas aad
Tkraat SpecUlist ' ' Suite 01
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' v Dr. W. t A. Johnson, . Dentist
Teepkone 1286 , ., , '
Chalmer Lee Oeorr. O. D. 8.
fLEENIE KLEOTBIO CO. - uuv&s
wiring by soar or contract. aumie
fnrnished. Teu " wurt r.
BICYCLES A REPALTUO 8
LLOYD E. ifiAMSDEK -COLUMBIJ- Bi
cycles and Tapalla Ky?- yoara
HELP WANTED MaJo 11
WANTED LOCAL SALESMAN ABOI'P
25 years Of aze to wore ia cuy. oee
Mr. Kanaau at uiiga jioteu
WANTED FARMER Oft FARMER'S
son or man to treret in eonniry. iMeaar
work, gwod profits. McOOXNOX k
IXMJ'ANX, Wep t Vwo. Yiinona,
E. M. Orrlfia, D. D.
Telrpbona Ul -"
TWO HIGH GRADE BALEBMETf TO
all Friridelre uaii at ioa douis nif
ttraet ; ' v - r - I22tf
GUARANTEED SALARY AND COW-
miaaion sellinK new apeciaiiy to retail
ers. Knormena opportunity. Manngcr,
Box 518, Cedar Rapids, Ia.
POWERFUL MONEY MAKER, ELKO-
trie adTertising- cigar ngnter, iiasnins;
multi-color art ocorie ads: n11a oilv;
make $255 weekly. FEDERAL MIU
CO-, St. Paul, Minnesota.
many; Hall. Next to being cor-i the legisliture we can servo no
rupt yourseir is toleratng it lnl on the nation that New York
your supporters.. A leopard can! wiji e found in ..the republican
not change his spots, ana mere mi column in the presidential lec
no such a thing as a new Tam-i tjon ne;cj year. and pave, the, wy
"The democratic organization
of the city of Albany is an anpex
of Tammany Hall and an apt stu
dent of Tammany methods. There
the lid has blown off. Gambling
pools; and all manner of vice and
corruption are being exposed. The
red-light district has crawled to
the vfery steps of the state capitol.
Democratic leaders are under in
dictment. Tammany Hall is etill,
and always will be, the same sin
ister ? Tammany. The sooner the
state and nation realize this, the
better for both.
.' "That is our case for the repub
lican party nationally. That is
our indictment against the demo
cratic party in the State. This
election is a momentous election.
"For the first time in the his
tory iof the nation the shadow of
Tammany Hall lies athwart the
White House. It is in our power
TlMnliful nannies a yard lonr: no-t
date coloring and weaves, Suiu n4
Overcoat; worsted weaves, eaimiT,
French barks, pin stripes, etc. BKEDk
CURTIS CLOTHES, T02-708 Jscksoa,
for.reclaimln the state frqm he 1 1 HAVp an; opening for salesman
, ', .-B',,-.l ' who-has-personality; 'pristeacy.nd
control of the wigwam at Four-1 . BOt .fr.Vd to work ; to suck a mm
teenth street and that la what
we intend to do.
The speech of Col. Roosevelt
ha aroused the fighting forces of
both parties throughout the coun
try, as nothing else has done in
the recent past.
We are going to have some in
teresting i campaigns: both in the
pre-convention and the main con-
j FfFTH VITAMIN NQW
I (Continued from page One),
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If A KB 50-f7V WEKKIjT WRITIVO
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rnublo 1oji44 Baraplea' sell on sizht.
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Tslannfaerorins; Company. 743N Kin
bury. Chicago. :
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tnrers aelling direct. - Suits, TnpronU.
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to .. real , workers. Large at
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week for two hours pf your tiraa daily.
Writa Tho. Tafa. Couch Bldg., Irt
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EARN 23 WEEKLY. SPARE TIME
wruing; for newapspers, msfani.
Exp. aaaee; detaila Free. Press Syn
dicate, 803 fit. Louis, Mo.
ADDRESS ENVELOPES $2S.$35 week
ly ia your spars tiara. Everything fur
niahed.' Stamp for particulars. Junell
Company. Hammond, Ind.
LADIES 'MAKE $25 TO $50 WEEKLY
(n&jung circulars at horns, txpenenca
unascsssary. 2e stamp brings full par
ticulars. Rosa City Laboratories. New
lest they spoil, the oats may reach
a feeding stage in four or fire
days. Cattle seem to prefer the
shorter sDrouts. althoueh the oats
may be fed ejther when they atari
to germiaate or whei thiey, start
to sprout they are two to two and
a half incites long".,' ;
Models of, bull exercises.. will be
displayed at the exposition. One of
the newest x is a combination of
stout poles and rotating ' cart
wheels, to which the- animals are
hitched or tied. Sperm analysis
has proyen that many good Jbulia
become sterile or slow breeders
because of confinement or lack of
actirUy. The same analysis has at- ladtes MAKE $25 to $50 weekly
tested restoration Of TigOC through I darastn earda at- home, txpenenre
. i , . .T I ainnecessary. v - 2 atamo orinpr iuii
ariOUS exercises. frOTea DUllS, I particular. A. B. Thomas, Anderwn.
now considered wte lounaauon of i naiana. ikx sbb.
future dairy improvement,, necee-l women earn $15 dozen sewivo
sarlly are old before their ability I
to transmit , high production is de-j
term in ed, and one of the big prob-l
lems has been to maintain their
Tlgor at advanced ages. Support;
ing the i exercise theory,- the" gov
ernment has fjve herd bulls rang
ing in age from 8 to IS yeaxs, atilll
dreane. Absolutely no selline. Ex-
perienea unnaressary; Matprial rut:
instructions. Stamped envelope lri;
partirolara. Art Iress, 308 Atlantic,
, . Stamford. Conn. ;
WANTED WOM AS fOR TRA V ELI NO
position not married; entirely unin
cumbered, with high achoot eduration.
"- hetween. 25 and 4o. Salary bonaa and
transportation. Oive foil informatins
firat letter. F. E. OOMPTON It CO.,
1003 N. Iarborn -St.; Chirsgo.
AGENTS WANTED 14
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DISTRIBUTOR FOR 100 STORE ROCTH
this county.. Experience unne';
N selling, distribute snd collect. Should
net $70.00 weekly. PERIS Ut'O. CO.,
a'loria. Fa. -
RAINCOATS $2.5 SILK RAYONS,
, BliekeVa,;: Trench Coata. Ieatherrttea.
- Free Premiums. Complete Outfit FREW
Oopher Raincoat Co., Mianespolis,
'Minn. - - . - ' '
cases when Russian priests had
Joined the new cult and after. ai
quarrel with their new chiefs re
turned back tq their former rk
' : IDRI VE TO CONVERT
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mainly react on Russian priests.
The disorganization of the Ortho
dox church in -Russia discouraged
anu.mber of Orthodox priesta who
are lonesome, for strong ecclesias
tic organization . and . therefore.
may Join tha Catholic creed.
.The Russian.Intelligensia liTing
in Pnlanrf la rnnch ittsilia4 tn ta
Orthodox creed, and i those who Ugion. In many Instances parit
pass , to the' Catholic religion are I to"0 their pastors each time ,
nol.nuinerous, and when they do j tne3f l"188 trom one relISlon to tnq
pass iney pass to the Roman Cath-1 . .
olie cult, not the TTnlat nr Pfm.
Slav churches. The Deasanta in! -An '.Oklahoma girl broke out ol
most casese blindly follow their I f state reformatory because the! )
pastors. ."j ;.. I wouldn't' let her keep her pet golJ
two categories of i. Russian ififo prison, nsyoe m wra(
priests i pass : to the new cult l.was afraid It would disturb thd
idealists' believing In the final! other prisoners. j
union qf,;alk Christian churches! 'a v. " ' , 1
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y. ais wno naa quarrels wun Raminrn sr. mllv than th
the chiefs. . The later category is I r. . r.n A. . rr ih. tnu
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the most numerous and there were ton effect being popular
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