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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON. THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 5, 1928
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A BEGINNING THE GREATEST MANUFAC-
I 1 V TURER'S ADVERTISING TOILET GOODS
T-S J O SALE EVER HF.I.n IN SAf.F.M
On Sale Fri. and Sat. Only Apr. 6-7
Miofiffii FipeoaEa KFsucgasstios
The World's Most Popular Perfume
comes to you from the wonderful flower gardens of
Sunny Southern France, and is put up in a beautiful
gift package and is ideal for presents.
A Regular $2.50 Value 89c
,and we will give you absolutely
A regular $1.50 value of Narcissus De Luxe exquisite
IB AIElTIfcSILlSS, $4. VALUE IFOU5. G$e
What could be sweeter than the real odor of freshly cut Narcissus Flowers ? (Each item in Fancy Black and Gold
Box.) Direct from France come these exquisite toilet articles to enchant the American Lady. Never before in
long history have such wonderful products been sold at this price. This sale is made possible by the manufactur
er standing the expense and we are sacrificing our profits that you may know and love these toilet goods as do
two million ladies throughout the world. We cannot urge you too strongly to take advantage of this wonderful
offer. Limit of three sales to a customer.
RHaimiuiliacttiuiipeip's EmttuMpaihiDCttoiry OSes? -
Bring This Coupon and 89 Cents
to our store and rerrlve a beautiful $4.00 Gift Package consisting of a $2-50 size of
EXQUISITE NARCISSUS PERFUME
and $1.50 box of Narcissus De I.uxe Kxqulsite Face Powder. Yon save $3.00
Please sign your name and address on tnis certificate. Extra'coupons for your friends may be had for the asking. Re
member, only 3 gift sets to each customer at this price. Certificates are good only as long as these exquisite sets laat.
NAME : ADDRESS
g AM AIL M&HJ S
ONLY THE BEST
J. H. WILLETT
1927 Essex 4 door Sedan.
New tires, new lights. Li
cense. Many extras. Price
The House That Serrice Built1
the Scio Tribune last month and
hare since been touring California
before coming to this city.
Start Now A Dollar or Tw
' Now and again will assure you
of a worthwhile gift for your
graduating Bon or daughter. Talk
it ever with Pomeroy & Keene.
Sehroeder. coach. The play, about
which members of the cast refuse
to be questioned too liberally
for the simple reason that it is a
mystery story, will be given at the
hish school auditorium May IS.
Salem Boy on Radio
Word has been received by Mrs.
Charles F. Elgin of this city, that!
her son Wayne, formerly a student
of Salem high school, was one of
the group of entertainers who
broadcast a program over the
radio a short time ago from San
Francisco during the West Coast
theater radio hour. Wayne sang
two popular soug hits entitled
"Sweetheart of Sigma Chi" and
school class. The areek'a services
will climax with the Easter Sun
day celebration in the morning
service and the choir concert in
Mrs. Audrey Hobon Formerly
With the Smart Shop id now
employed at Mack's:
Visits Rural Schools
County Superintendent Fulker
son spent Wednesday afternoon
visiting the schools at Salem
Heights and Liberty.
Popular Old Time Dance
Crystal Garden every Wednes
day and Saturday night. No Jai
Local News Briefs
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Sties For $142
Alleging that $14 2' ia due on an
o -count between the two parties,
t . L. Sartin yesterday brought ac
tiou in circuit court against R. C.
Hallberg for that amount.
Divorce Sued For
Edith Comstock yesterday
brought action In circuit court
against Howard Comstock, alleg
ing cruel and inhuman treatment
and personal indignities rendering
life burdensome.. They were mar
ried July 2 of last year at Van-
nurer Wnahfnctnn Sho alienee
ythat he is now confined in the
Want to Borrow
$1000 or $2000, guaranteed se
curity. Laflar. Ladd & Bush
The measles epidemic that has
prevailed in Marion county for the
past month or more is now dis
tinctly receding, only 4 7 new
casea being reported last week as
compared to more than twice that
many each of the two preceding
weeks. ,Ono case of tuberculosis
and two of pneumonia were the
only other disease reports in the
r"cunty last week, according to the
state department of health.
was the principal speaker at Kim
ball School of Theology chapel
Tuesday morning. Yesterday the
Bishop met with the Kimball
group at their weekly 1:15 hour,
where he answered several ques
tions for the group concerning
I Have a Cah Buye
For good improved 5 or 10 acre
home near Salem. See Wells Tall
man, 411 Oregon Bldg., Phone
eagles, hawks, owls and buzzards;
also geese, ducks, woodpeckers,
sea birds, and waders, which ac
cording to Mr. Wood Include
greenshanks. redshanks, yellow-
shanks and woodcocks. His address
may be obtained from the chamber
Old Time Dance Tonight
In W. A. Hall near Chemawa
well Booth. Gordon Shelley. Her
bert Swift. Robert Starrett. Arth
ur Knox. Odell Bennett. James
ttaipn Campbell, Bruce
apauiaing, Ivan Maclver and Ed
A Nash coupe, belonging to the
Standard Oil company, was re
ported as being stolen Tuesday
night from in front of the Hotel
Marlon where It was parked. The
license number Is 24-6i9. At a
late hour last night the car had
not been located.
1Ur Original Rexall One Cent
Sale., Last day Perry's Drug
(, SUk Out For Time
i Pete Valler. inmate at the state
1 hospital, took a notion that he
JLwouId rather see the town for the
yJday instead of shoveling sawdust
rA l1'" ,ne furnace, and hoofed his
J".jray to Salem early Wednesday
lV'iuornlng. After his escape, local
police were Immediately notified.
Officer Nicholson met the man
., ...ng aovrn Outer street and of
fered to escort Mm around a lit
tle, finally ending up at the Insti
..Mfi,i f r. finp condition,
god tires; will trade for city
ruuiie 1 260.
Bishop Eben C. Johnson, of
Capetown. South Africa, who la
visiting in this city at the home
of bis son, Rev. S. D. Johnson,
A I .a Carte Servic
In dining room. Marion Hotel.
Company Earnings Listed
The net operating income of the
Hermiston Light & Power com
pany for the year 1927 was $10.
064.61, according to the annual
report of the corporation filed In
the offices of the public service
commission. The operating in
come for 1927 showed an Increase
of $1344.96 over that for the year
J. C. Nelson, principal of the
senior high school, was in Eugene
last night, where he acted as one
of the judges for a debate be
tween the University of Oregon
and Southwestern university of
Los Angeles. The debate last
night wag one of the few decided
by a committee of three Judges,
that method having been almost
entirely replaced by the audience
(Jlven Free With Piano
$235.00 Orthophonlc Victrola.
this week only. See Sherman Clay
& Co.'s window. New Bligh Bldg..
across from Oregon Electric De
pot. 130 So. High Str., Salem. Ore
Law Group Organizes
"The Chancellors." a group of
Willamette university law stu
dents, completed formal organiza
tion at a banquet held at the Spa
Tuesday night. The club has for
; Its purpose the promoting of a
I better understanding of the prin-
iripies and ethics of the legal pro
fession. Meetings will be held
twice each month and profession
al problems discussed. Dean Roy
Hewitt of the law school and Max
Page, the club's advisor, gave
short talks. Members of the or
ganization are Alvln Kurtz. Far-
Wants Birds' Eggs
C. L. Wood has taken the trou
ble to write all the way from Lon
don to the Salem chamber of com
merce, wanting to get in touch
with somebody who can furnish
him with birds' eggs; especially
the eggs of birds of prey, such as
Wltkeut eparattoa or leea ef
389 Orffoa Bid.
Dfli?ses aimcH MunHeo
The undersigned Auc
tioneers have received
instructions from Mr.
John Loney to sell by
public auction one-half
mile North of the City
Limits on the Old Stiagar
farm on the Portland
. Monday, April 9
Commencing at 1 P. M,
24 head of welf broken Mares, Geldings and Mules weighing
frrm 1200 to 1400 ids. eacn. owing 10 ine iact mat i am
nutting on a tractor me eome ii wm us aum ana can oe inea
out any time before or on day of sale. Parties wanting horses
should attend this sale.
TERMS CASH, OR OTHERWISE ARRANGED
JOHN LONEY, Owner
H. F. WOODRY & SON, Auctioneers
BTa norm unneraai ttaietn, ure.
Disheartening - c uating.
For a strong, limber, pain backj
men and women everywhere are ua
ing and recommending Foley PQIaj
diuretic They satisfy ; coat but little.
A 4iuratlo tlmuUat for tha kidneys
CAPITOL DRUG STORE
i nomas uros. playing. Every
Friday nlte. Domes' Pavilion. Mc
Wetjen Story Appears
Albert Richard Wetjen. of this
city is again among the writers
feateured by Action Stories. His
story "The Shark Goes Gallant"
appears in the May iesue of this
magazine, now on the newsstands.
This is an exciting yarn of a man
wno repudiated his rule of the sea
for a girl but who came back for
one red hour of reckoning.
Beside the regular office hours,
the county clerk's office will be
open evenings between 5 and S
o'clock to register voters. If you
are now registered and voted once
the past two years and have not
moved or married - you need not
come. Otherwise come at one.
Notice to Rent Payers
You don't have to We have
new modern homes that a down
payment and $20 t6 $60 a month
will buy. Two exceptional buys
are a 4 rooms with furnace, fire
place, garage, etc., for $3700.
ready to occupy at 9 55 Norway.
100 feet frontage on Fairgrounds
road. An4 room home at 955
Tamarack, 5 rooms finished, rea
dy to occupy; for total price $5250.
Reasonabie terms on both. Becke
& Henurkki?, 1S9 N. High street.
Rev. Taylor Grandfather
Joan Elizabeth is the name
given to the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Lang, born In the Salem
General hospital on Wednesday
morning. Mrs. Lang is the daugh
ter of Rev. and Mrs. Fred C. Tay
lor of the First Methodist church.
Mr. and Mrs. Lang reside at 1354
N. 15th street and have also a
son, Robert Taylor, four years of
Joan Graydelle Parker died at
the residence. 1080 Marker street,
on April 1 at the age of one year.
She was the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Virgil L. Parker and the sis
ter of Dolores Parker. Christlon
Science funeral services will be
held Friday, April 6, at 1:30 p. m.
from the Rigdon Mortuary.
James J. Hedden died in Ray
mond, Wash.. April 4. at the age
of 80 years. Survives by his wife.
Sarah, one son, Ralph M.. four
daughters, Mrs. W. H. Sneed, Mrs.
Falnnount Hill Lot
Any site, facing, etc. $1000 to
$5000. We have 52 to choose
from. Among them are some de
cided bargains. Becke & Hen
dricks. 189 N. High street.
Hot Water Heat
Beautiful 8 room home Price
reduced from $12,500 to $11,500
to move. Reasonable terms. Im
mediate possession. All hardwood
floors. See new at 215 W. Lef-
felle. Becke & Hendricks, 189 N
High street. '
Services Well Attended
Holy week services at the First
Methodist church are being large
ly attended this week. This eve
ning a drama depicting the cruci
fixion of Christ will be pi ' v
Rex Pickering, Wesley ii
and Mareia Feu3tman. On . mid
day evening the candle light com
munion service will be held. On
Friday evening "The Challenge of
the Cross" will be given by seven
ladies from the Y.K.K. Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. I. V. McAdoo, for
merly of this city, who for the
past aix and a half years have re
sided in Scio, have returned to Sa
lem where they plan to make their
home. McAdoo, who formerly
was editor of the Scio Tribune, is
now connected with a local print
ing company. They disposed of
Practice to Begin
Practice for tha ' senior high
school faculty play. "The Thir
teenth Chair." will begin next
Tuesday, says Miss , Bernice
FINE TORIC readiof W in-
iur 7nr r'' (klnit brkg.
Thorn pson-Glutsch Optical Co.
110 N. Coram '1 at.
BABY CHICKS, TODAY
All popular breeds at popular
prices. All UWD tested.
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Also repair Adding Machines,
Numbering Machines. Check
ATLAS BOOK STORE
403 State St.
L. C. SMITH tt CORONA
All Mikes Used Uicliliill
Pbona 651 421 Court St.
CUT FLOWERS, PLANTS
GOLD FISH, BIRDS
C F. BRKITHAUPT
Telephone $80 11$ State St.
E. F. Rhodes, and Mrs. P. A. Bea
man. all of Raymond, and Mrs. C
T. Hoover of Salem. Funeral ser
vices will be held Friday at 10 a.
m. a Rigdon Mortuary with In
terment in the Odd Fellows cemetery.
In this city. Gus Kolbe, age 20,
of Pratum. Survived by mother.
Mrs. Anna Kolbe, two brothers,
Walter of Portland and Rudolph
of Pratum, Funeral will be held
from Terwilliger Funeral home at
2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
with Rev. Ruch officiating.
Patricia Jean. Infant daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd L. LaUue.
24 6 So. 20th etreet. in this city
on April 4. The remains are in
care of Terwilliger Funeral home.
Funeral services this afternoon at
4 o'clock. Rev. Stover officiating.
MT. CREST ABBEY
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Perfect Funeral Service
Licensed Lady Mortlclaa
770 Chemeketa Street
Formerly Wabb'a Funeral Parlors
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or Used Motors
VIBBERT & TODD
101 South High Tel. 2112
All Kinds of
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Coffee freshly roasted electrically percolated has a
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These featured percolators will insure perfect coffee
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QUOTATIONS ON APPLICATION
PAUL TRAGLIO, Prop.
Day Telephone 28 , Night Telephone 1267-W
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