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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON. SUNDAY UORNINO. MAY 6, IKS
The Oregon Sta tesman
leaned Daily Except Monday by
THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY
31S South Owmrrrial Street, SoUm, Oregea
X. J. Hendricks
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talpa. 0. Curtia -2oeella
- City Editor
Ralph II. KWtzlac Adeertiala afanarer
Lloyd E. St if nor - - Saparintendeat
W. H. Heaaeraea, Cirealatiea Manager
E. a. tyietea - LiTMtck Editor
W. C. Coaaer - - Poaltry Editor
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local news published hereia. - '. ' -
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Ujsaber Selected Orefoa Nevspapere PmJh Ceaat Krevatatia Doty
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Aageles, Chamber of Commerce Bldf.
Themes W. Clark Co, Nav York, 123 126 W Slat St, C"jUa Marquette B dc.
Busiaeta Off ice 2S or a81 TELEPHOKES Job Department
I Society E4!tor--10d x " lept 13 or SM ClrcaUttna Office
j 4 W Catered at the Post OfMce in Salem. Oregon, aa aecond claee matter.
I Mm A. 1028
I inH th nl nnsuorpd and said unto the women, Fear not ye
r v ti. wo .otr ic4o which vi minified. He Is not here:
;for He is risen, as He said. Come, nee the place where the Lord lay
Matthew 28:5-6. -
OREGON DECLARATION DAY
I , Prof. J. B. Horner yesterday gave a new name to the event
that makes old Champoeg a shrine
: He called it Declaration day, in his address to the largest
iratherinz that was ever seen at the celebration of what has
' dflv and has been called by other
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There, on May 2, 1843, the Oregon country, all the Pacific
jxrthwest from the crest of the Rockies to the shores of the
Pacific, and from the internatinal to the California line, was
by a vote of 102 men placed" under the Stars and Stripes, and
wrested from the domination of Great Britain. So it is ap
propriately Declaration day.
This Champoeg' shrine is to have a $300,000 federal mem
orial building: a historic highway is to pass by it
.And in all the years of the future increasing multitudes will
gather there in commemoration of the great event of that
historic May second of 85 years ago.
APPRECIATING THE COMPLIMENT
The Satesman appreciates the compliment paid in this is
sue to this newspaper as an exponent of the things that are
to build here a great city in a magnificent country. The am-
bition of the publishers of The Statesman is to merit the high
praise)f Dan C. Freeman, manager of the Oregon Manufact
And to do the work bringing the words of commendation
ever more efficiently and effectively.
Hoover gets the 17 Washington delegates. There is no sign
of Hooverizing in the way the appetite of the Hoover cam
paign for delegates is being fed.
Doctor at 83 Found People
Preferred His Prescription
Skilled mechanics from Western
Electric company are working day
and night rushing- the installation
of Vltapbone and MoTletone equip
ment at Blisb's Capitol theater.
Eighteen months ago a prophecy
was made that Vitaphone and Mov
ietone would thrill the world. The
prophecy ha been fulfilled. For
the first time in motion picture
history the Western Electric com
pany brought to the screen a sym
phony orchestra of 107 concert
musicians under the leadership of
a celebrated conductor composer,
to accompany a feature picture.
Bligh's Capitol will open their
new talking equipment with Al
J Olson's supreme triumph "The
Jatx Singer." Public and press
agree that not even on the stage
has the inimitable black face com
edian been so absolutely compel
ling as . in this picture which por
trays his own life. He is shown as
the run-away son of a cantor, who
wins Broadway's acclaim and risks
it all to comfort his dying father
by singing the song' on the "Day
of Atonement" In his place. Al
Jolson in "The Jatx Singer" comes
to the Bligh's Capitol theater for
one week starting, Friday, May 11.
This plctufe. has just finished a
two months showing In the Blue
Mouse theater at Portland.
The Vitaphone and Movietone
equipment represent an investment
of $20,000.00. Salem and the en
tire valley should be proud to be
able to take advantage of this won
derful advancement in entertain
( Bits For Breakfast . I
The basis of treating sickness.
kas not changed since Dr. Cald
well left Medical College In 1875
nor since he placed on the market
the laxative description he hadh
used in his practice, known to
druggists and the publis since
182. as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
L Then, the treatment of consti
pation, biliousness, headaches,
'mental depression, indigestion,
iaour stomach and other Indispo
sitions that result from constipa
tion was entirely by means of
simple vegetable laxatives, herbs
0, and roots. These are still the
basis of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep-;
sin. which is a combination of
aenaa and other mild laxative
herbs, with pepsin.
Dr. Caldwell did not approve of
drastic physics and purges. He
did not beliove they were good
for human beings to put into their
system. If grown people want to
use them no one "-an deny them
. the privilege, but they should nev
er be given to children,
i The simpler the remedy for con-
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AT AGE S3
Syrup Pepsin, why take chances
with strong drugs? AH drug
Btores have the generous bottles.
We would be glad to have you
Drove at our exnense now mucn
stipatlon. the safer for the childjDr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin can
iui j uu, auu iu uencr lor mean to you ana yours, jusi wriu
the general health of all. And as "Syrup Pepsin." MontlceUo. Illin
you can get results in a mild and ols. and we will send you prepaid
way by using Dr. Caldwell's a FREE SAMPLE BOTTLE.
T Hope he is right
The prune grower who says the
people wbo have been saying there
will be few prunes are "all wet.
He says the country will be "full
t MacDowell club will give great
concert Tuesday night at Bligh's
CaptoL Assisted by the Florentine
iasc , weeK saiem Y tree em
ployment office had 14S men and
24 women applying for work, and
got jobs for 76 men and four
women. Might be worse.
Crowded with ads. there is little
room for even "Bits" this morn
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James E. Crites, father of Vir
ginia Merle Crites, May queen for
Willamette unversity's May day
exercises, was of course an inter
ested visitor in Salem over the
week end. What father with a
1 queen for a daughter would not
be? Mrs. Crites, the May queen's
mother, is a sister of Miss Eliza
beth Baker, the very efficient gen
eral secretary of Ihe Salem Y. W.
C- A. Mr. Crites, whose home is
at Spokane, s manager for Wash
ington and Idaho of the Colum
bian National Life Insurance
company, one of the national lead
ers In that field. Mr. Crites has
piled (np records for his company
in contests for business. He is
among the high men the country
over in his field of endeavor.
LISTEN IN 1
I2:00-:0O KXL (220). S!eep Wreck-
9:00-11:30 KXI.. Morning muaira!.
11:00-13:00 KOIX (319 t. Church scrv
11:30-13:00 KWBS (09). Claaaical
10:55-12:00 KGW (492). Church ot
Our Father, nerrires.
11:00-12:15 KTBB (229). First Pres
brteriia churrh service. '
11:00-13:30 KXU Trrst Methodiit
12:00-12:45 KWJJ (20). Organ.
12:30-1:00 KOIX. Organ concert.
12:30-6:30 KXL. Afternoon concert
and courtesy programs.
12:45-1:15 KWJJ. Quarter.
1:00-1:30 KOIX. Courtesy program.
1:15-2:00 KWJJ. Concert.
3:00-5:00 KGW. PCX program.
4:30-6:00 KEX (278). Recording con
cert. 5:00-5:15 KGW. Science talk.
s:ll:lJ ku. is at ion al program
from M lork in observance of muaie
STJNDAY NIOHT .
5:00-7:00 KOIX (1). Organ concert.
i:0O-T:OO Kt'.X (278). Dinner concert.
i:15-6:30 KC'W. Soprano.
The support invisible
There , is nothing to distin
guish the. Main Spring Arch
shoe from other good foot
wear, either in appearance or
weight. Anchored at the heel,
with two forward points of
contact resting upon a resil
ient pad, you have necessary
support at the instep. It makes
its presence known only
through the relief it gives
throughout the busy day.
The spring of eternal youtli
The Main Spring Arch keetwnormal
feet from ; lagging and returns lagging
feet to norrnalqr.
JOHN J. R0TTLE
' ' TOOT HEALTH STORE
415 State St. , -:- - r - Salem, Ore..
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T:0e-:09KXX. Siaelo seegfMi.
7:S0-S:00 KOV. PlaaUta.
7:0:Oe KTBA (ttS). fin rraaaf.
toriaa eaarea aorvlea.
8:00-9:00 Ul Ht Tabor Preabrter-
Prograaa with KTJl.
0:00-10:00 KOW. Cat art a.
t :00-10 :00 KXZ.
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9:00-10:00 KXL. Concert.
10:00-11:00 IOW. Sjmpboay orcbea
tra. - .
First Cnarea of
atuaieal corned 7
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S:U-:1S, aaitaaal kMk-rna; S:t-T:0,
Lu fceaoav (241). S, aaa band;
7. aaaadoUa arohestra; T:4S. abuxeh
orriea; rrolie. -m
KTI Lh AagaUs (488). 8-8 :0, PCX;
T:30, vartatloa; S, orgaa; t. 10. muate.
KHJ Loa Aagaloa 400). . msue;
8:45. aaan; 7. efcarea aaeviea; 8. fa-
aeaibU; 9. araaaatra; 20, quinut; 1L
dance ercaeatra. : . , .
KJH Seattle (8481. S. trie; 7. 7:S0,
eharek aerviea; t trta. -
KOO OakUad (84. 6:30, PCN: 7:S0,
KPO Saa Tranci. (422). 6, orchestra;
8:80, PCf ; 7:80vorsaa; 8:30, orcaaa-
tra: 9, PCH." " 1
KOMO 8eattla (809). 6:S0. PCX; 7:10.
asasic: 8, church aerrice; 9, orchestra.
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