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The New Oregon Statesman, Salem. Oregon, Saturday Morning, March tt 1929
Society News and Club Affairs
(Olive M. Doak, Society Editor t
Mrs., Dan Fry, Jr.,
Mrs. Dan J. fry, jr.. emer
talned at a charming bridge tea
Thursday afternoon in her home
for the members of the Thursday
bridge club and a few additional
Hyandnths and carnations In
shades of 1 pink made the rooms
Additional guests for the after
noon Included Mrs. T. A. Livesley,
Mrs. Ed Baker. Mrs. Harry Olln
rer. Mrs. T. A. Roberts. Mrs. It.
E. Lee Steiner, and Mrs. Jack
Among the club members pres
ent were Mm. John J. Roberts;
Mrs Henry Hawkins. Mrs. Henry
Meyers, Mrs. George Rodgers.
Mrs. John McNary. Mrs. William
Walton and the hostess. Mrs Fry.
High score honors were award
ed to Mrs. Meyers and Mrs. Fry.
D. A. R. Planning
Benefit bridge, Elks club
Silver tea for hospital fund
dining room of Elk's club.
Regular Elks' dance in
Woman's Relief Corps. Mil-
ler's hall, 2 o'clock. '
W. C. T. U. cooked food
sale, 10 o'clock. Bishop build-
ing, opposite Stiff Furniture
store. ' " '
Mrs. W. L. Orey
Vhe social committee of The
Daughters of the American Revo
lution and a group of other mem
bers of the organization met at
the Spa Thursday for tea and a
committee meeting in which wa?
planned a benpfit bridge to be Riv
en Tuosdav. March 12, at the
srhnol for the deaf, with Mrs. I.y-
man Steed as one of the hostesses.
The Champoeg Memorial fund is ;
to be the beneficiary or tne re
turns of this benefit. This memor
ial is to be a replica of the log
cabins of the early pioneers and is
to be 'itted with all the relics of
those days that it is within the
aiHty of the Daughters to pro
cure. , .
Committees for the bridge have
teen appointed. The decorating
committee will be Mrs. Herbert
Ostlind. Mrs. E. M. Hoifnell. and
Mrs Carl Steiwer; tea' committee.
Mrs. Alton B. Hurley. Mrs. Ra.nh
Bidwell. Mrs. James Best. Mrs. H.
Eakin. and Mrs. David Looney;
arid th table committee, Mrs.
Homer Goulet. Mrs. John Orr.
Mrs. Oscar Hayter. Mrs. A. L. Aii
good. and Mrs. Homer Smith.
Miss Wells Honored
At Bridal Shower
Mm. W. L. Orey entertained
with a bridge party at her home
on 18th street recently. Forget-
me-nots and acacia were arranged
as a center piece at the tea table
to carrv out the nretty color
scheme of blue and gold.
Among the special guests of the
aftrenoou were Miss Bernice Kirk-
wood. Mrs. D. A. Blalsedell. Mrs
Rav L. Binegar. and Mrs. Vern
The club members present in
cluded Mrs. B. A. Victor, Mrs. Carl
Hettenberg. Mrs. R. E. McNulty
Mrs J. V. Schur. Mrs. Russel
Woodrv. and Mrs. F. M. Fleming.
Mrs. Fleming assisted the hos
tess. Mrs. Orev. at the tea hour.
Prises for high scores of the
afternoon were awarded to Mrs.
Schur and to Mrs. Woodry.
Adorabelle Club Guest
Of Mrs. L. B. Endicott
An. ittraetfve hridre party was
enjoved by members of the Ador
abelle club at the home of Mrs.
L. B. Endicott. South Church
street one afternoon this week.
Three tables of bridge were in
play during the afternoon with
high score being won by Mrs. Les
ter Jones. The guest prize went
to Mrs. C T. Moffit.
Mrs. Endicott agisted by Mrs.
Lester Jons and Mrs. T. J. Good
man, served late in the afternoon.
Daffodils, acacia, and pussy wil
lows gave a delicate spring atmos
phere to the guest rooms.
Mrs. C T. Moffit was ppeciaJ
guest for the afternoon. Club
... , ,i t unr-c nrcapnt were .Mrs. iesitr
A group or rnenas g u - , ,one Mr.
Betty Long. Mrs. F. W. Seely. Mrs.
A Tumbleson. Mrs. C. D. Bu
sick Mrs. J. T. Goodman. Mis
Sheldon Sackett. Mrs. E. B. Ga
i.riei Mm George Moorehead.
x n Q
honor Mtas Margaret
bride-to-be. with a shower Thurs
lav evening in the Wells home on
Route 8. Mrs. J. C. Wells, mother
rf the honored guest received the
Alter Miss Wells had opened
the numerous packages that were
showered upon her. the guests
were seated at an unusual and
attractive arrangement of four
table-, ft-t about a square of in'er
roven streamers of. lavendar and
P I!- T T
The cuests included Mrs. W L
Ci.nimiMgs. Mrs. Ruth Oglesby.
Mrs Grace Hill. Mrs. Lois Saw
yer Mrs. Dora Camming. Mis
LtKilie Cummings. Mrs. Gertrude
Ctimr.i.riirs. Mv.s Evelyn Cum-
t ; .1 A1 f j :jr . ' ",v - . i
mi igs. .virs. i.iiiu... ,;.iai afternoon had been enjoyed
Mrs. T. Franklin Tipton, and Mrs.
L. B. Endicott.
Mrs. George King
Hostess to Kensington
The Kensington club was a
guest of Mrs. George King at her
home on Fairmount bill Thursday
afternoon. The guest rooms were
gay with daffodils and pussy wil
Mrs Kinir served late in
ihw aftpmoon after a
Leslie Can-Do Party
The Can-Do club and the Ladies
Aid society of the Leslie Metho
dist church were hosts with a
joint covered dish supper in the
church dining room at 6:30 Thurs
day evening. Covers were laid for
100 guests, members of tne two
organizations. Two community
songs were sung, led by J. W. Bel
cher, choirmaster, as the guests
stood at their places before being
seated for dinner. Mrs. F. Dar-
low Johnson was at the'piano.
The' Rev. Thomas Temple had
cbaxge of the devotions. During
the dinner hour two solos were
sang by Miss Ruth Hazelton and
two radings were given by Mrs.
Mrs. C. M. .Wills (Mary Huff)
and C. M. Wills, bride and groom
of the last week, were introduced
at the dinner hour, by L. C. Mc
Shane which inspired many toasts
Following the dinner a quar
terly meeting session was in order
at which time the Rev. Thomas
spoke concerning the responsi
bility of the city churches to rural
Hostesses for this affair from
the Can-Do club were Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde French. Mr. and Mrs.
John Bertelson, Mr. and Mrs. F.
C. Rook and from the Ladies Aid,
Mrs. Huston and Miss Welch.
Interest Society Folk
A benefit bridge at 2 o'clock
and a silver tea at 3 o clock, spon
sored by the Women's Alliance of
the Unitarian church, is expected
to draw one of the most interesting-assemblages
of Salem society
matrons and maids of the eeason
to the Elk's Temple this afternoon
to the end that the Salem general
hospital will profit by this gay
Salem women have responded
in fine spirit to this worthy cause
and are expecting one of the
brightest afternoons of this by
no means drab Lenten season. One
hundred tables for bridge and
"500" have been reserved by pro
minent matrons. Playing will be
gin at 2 o'clock. At the close of
the afternoon three prizes will be
awarded for high scores in bridge
and three for those in "500".
Awards will be made at the tea
At the tea hours, beginning at
1 o'clock, a number of musical
numbers have been arranged for
the pleasure of the society folk
who will attend. The American
Legion Auxiliary quartet, includ
ing Mildred Wyatt. Bernice Bowe.
Marie Robertson and Grace Zoel,
accompanied by Lucile Cummings.
will sing during the afternoon.
Mrs. E. M. Hoffnell
D. A. R. Hostess
Held In Elsinore
Orchard Heights Club
Has All-Day Meet
The Orchard Heights Woman's
club was the guest of Mrs. Ber
tam Southwick at her home Thurs
day for an all day meeting, and
potluck dinner at 12 o'clock. Mrs.
Eugene Southwick and Miss Mary
Waite assisted Mrs. Southwick..
The day was spent in sewing,
social hours and reports concern
ing the meeting 'of the Polk coun
ty federation of Rural Women's
clubs which was held at Rickreall
February 23. It was announced
that the date for the next feder
ation meet had been set for som"
. f . - E, Y ' '
There is in Salem a theatre
whose beauty and perfection o"
planning has inspired bursts of
tempermental acclaim from artist?
iwhn have come to Salem to per-
f-, it. et. ! . wnltime in June and would be neia
ilViv : : 77.. in the Dallas park. A short bus-
called the "most beautiful and.. o.ihoH nr hv
one of the most beautiful tnea-',Mrs. Fred Gibson, president, was
tres.ever seen by people who have j beld. after the lunch hour. At this
travelled the United States and; time an interesting paper was
Europe. Last night that theatre read by Mrs. Simmons concern
was dark save for the foyer which ing "The Care of Baby Chicks."
was lighted and transformed into j Mrs. Gladys Proctor was a gues4
one of the most impressive recep-ifor the afternoon. Members pres
tion rooms to be' imagined. Light-lent for the day were Mrs. Sim
ing, soft and shadowy, brought imons, , Mrs. Ammon Southwick.
out' the arched perfection of the Mrs. Oliver Waite, Mrs. Will
old English architecture, unusual i Knower, Mrs. Ed Reed. Mrs. Dorr
rugs on the floor, about the walls j Gibson, Mrs. Fred Gibson, Mrs.
of the main floor and the first bal- Frank Wilson, Mrs. Ralph Wil
cony hung paintings, 33 of them. Bon, Mrs. Roscoe Clarke. Mrs.
by artists of note and fame, old Robert Adams, Mrs. Will Swartz.
tapestrieo placed to best aavan- Mrs. Grace Bliss, Miss Helen Bliss
Mrs. A. C. F.
Perry and Mrs.
s i . r ,1 ,m.r
t-nt-r. AI1SS .umnftl iiaiwmn.
Jewel Gardener. .Mrs. ites , .nit were snecial guests
for the anernoou. vnm ih."
Mrs. Otto Mison.
Wr;i Tritsch. Mrs. Carrie
1'ster'. Mrs. Lorena Cuadwick. Mrs.
Savage. Mrs. Poole. Mm. Stewart.
:co i'iptvI Hulsev. Mis:? Eula
..I.. Ty-.i"t.. inn i 1 1 ii i
i Henry .ionr, . .
'vart iMrs. 1. M. Doughton. Mrs. Charles
Vies Mvrtlf McClay.
Mrs. Fritsch and Mrs. Ste
ars'.sted in the serving.
iMrs Albert Smith. Mrs. N. C. Ka-
Mrs Frel Anunsen. .ins
Hudkins and Mrs. Charles Tratt.
By Lulu Hmvt Peters MD.
futRor of "Diet and HeaUh'and Dieb or ChildrerN
One Way to Get Control of fh-! little more marked. If they are
J Appetite too disturbing, tell your physician
-r-fc HAS gained 20 pounds in the Tor there are medications that can
. . .v,o. be taken which will help.
m last lour mourns uiot .-.. - .
sh arknow-1 A woman going through tb e
li v 1 1 iu' - - - - - - i
ldrt that she has an awful ap- menopause
artificial or natural,
petite eats be- should increase her mental activ
tween meal vities so that she doesn't bropn
and at any old oier herself, and she should real
time. She is ize that it is normal for every
only 20 years woman to go through this period
old and s h if he live3 long enough,
hates to ba old1 Many have the idea than an ar-
before her time, tificlal menopause causes a wom-
5ho n n r i an to become masculine ana age
seem to control rapidly, but .this is not true. Nor
her a p p e t ite. is it true that a woman must nec
ai Rho essarily put on weight at the men-
i .oSTov. lonause. natural or artificial. She
,nH freauently does but it is not nec
'essary, no more than at any other
MakA sol- time.
UtUl r PtTti mn resolve We have an article on the Meno-
.that you will control your app3-pause and one on the Hygiene of
tite for at least one day, B
can surely do that. Don't go to
the dining table on that day. Al
low yourself but 500 to 600, cal
ories of fruit or skim or butter
milk, or thin soups, or a combi
nation of these. If you can do this
for three days, so much the bet
ter, but you will find that one
Women which you may have
Don't feel that you are dis-
graced because a family of unde
sirable tenants have taken up their
abode in your hair. This may acci
dentally happen in the best of
families. I can vouch for this, for
I had all varieties while doing
dav alone will be an enormous post-war work in the Balkans.
heln. You must learn to Petersize I There are several effective treat-
these ' pests; among
! .1 . 1
make you realize more than any- i them, soaking tne nair overnigui
count vour calories for It will menis lor, inese pesw,
thine else how much vou eat and with halk-kerosene and half sweet
why you must limit your candy oil or an infusion of the tincture
Mrs. E. M. Hoffnell was hostess
at her home on Court street Fri
day afternoon to members? of the
Daughters of the American Revo
lution. Some forty members were
present for this most enjoyable
The serving table was beautiful
with freesias. and about the rooms
was a profusion of lovely spring
flowers. The social committee for
the affair was Mrs. H. A. Lncier-
hill, Mrs. U. G. Boyer, .Mrs. i- a.
Holmstrom. Mrs. Mary Lisle. Mrs.
F. C. Cone, Mrs. C. B. McCullough.
and Miw Ola Clark.
SDecial guests were Mrs. Noble
and Mrs. Cripper. who belong to
the Chicago chapter of the 1). A.
AURORA The Aurora grad-
school presented an interesting
program in the Aurora Band nan.
Friday evening. Assisting the
school were several outside num
bers. The whole program wa?
- , - 1 . 1. ....... r. irt.lll,-
weil Daiancea anu eiuiiuewBuianj
received by the audience. The fol
lowing numbers were presented.
Orchestra. Chemawa Indian School
directed by Ruthyn Turney
Song, "Did You Take an Um
Reading, "The Lost Puppy"
Piano Duet. "Moonlight Revels".. .-
Roberta Crlswell and Mabel Stilger
Musical Reading, "My Grand- .
ma" -...Edith Crisell
"Double Trouble" Jimnvie and
"The Play of St. George"
5th and 6th Grades
Musical Reading. "A Perfect
Little Lady" Evelyn Knorrj
Songs, "Just a Cottnee Small"
6th, 7th and 8tn Grades
Musical Reading. "Woes of a
Boy" Frank Wilkerson
"Three Flags in One" and
Reading. 'The Pussywillow"
.7..... Ma Karr
Song. "Indian Dawn'' .. Miss Es-
"Indian Costume Song"
3rd and 4th Grades
Plav. "Three Wishes".
7th and 8th Grades
tage. and on either side of the
theatre entrance facing the first
landing of steps leading to the
second floor, two Shakespearian
murals. Over each jainting light
shone about the foyer and on the
balcony people were grouped, a
receiving line stood before the
lovely "The Blue Girl" done by
There was an incessant buzz of
voices and then sudden quiet. Prof.
X. B. Zane of the University of
Oregon was being introduced by
Dr. F. G. Franklin, and in a few
minute3 the interested audience,
guests of George B. Guthrie and
the Salem Arts league, grouped in
formally about the room, on steps,
and chairs in the foyer, many
standing, were listening to how the
two Shakespearian mural panels
Prof. Zane with the assistance
of a Japanese artist and friend of
h! planned and executed the pan
els while the Elsinore was under
construction. Most of the painting
was done in Eugene, the finishing
touches being added after the can--oscoo
h;wi been nasted to the
walls Mr. Zane told
search work, of the young univers
ity students who posed for the Ro
meo and Juliet panel, and many
intimate details that will endear
the lovelv panels to his audience
to an even greater extent than
Following this talk Prof. Zane
ed his audience from picture to
nirturo hune on the walls of the
first floor of the foyer, explaining ,
and intepreting them in a mosi
sympathetic manner. Surely for
those who were present Thursday
evening the Elsinore will be more
than a theatre. r
Among the outstanding pictures
shown Thursday night was an In
nainted in 1874. a lovely im-
nressionistic thing called "Evening
Shadows." a Chase, characteristic
of that artist's work delicate
shading, and extreme nieiiKeneb!-.
which was exceptionally w e l i
framed later in was discovered
that it was framed by' Monroe Gil
bert of Salem, and the lovely pic
ture which guests of the tneatre
face upon entering the building.
' Old Landscape" whose artist is
not known but who is suspecten
i0 have been J. van Ruydael. r ie.
mish painter of the seventeenth
At the doe of this unique re
ception the receiving line. Mayor
. -. - . , .. r T IT Hath.
antl Airs, l-iivesiey, .n. j.
away, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Bisnop.
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Jones, Sen
ator and Mrs. L. L. Mann, and Mr.
and Mrs. George B. Guthrie, were
entertained by members of the
Arts League with a supper at the
Here Dr. Martin Ferry acted as
Dr. F. G. Franklin, president of
the Arts League, read from the
late book of Prof. M. E. Peck, a
member of the league who is in
the east, and Mrs. Clifton gave
two readings from Longfellow.
Short response speeches were
made by Mayor Livesley, C. P.
Bishop, Prof. Zane and Senator
Mrs. F. G. Franklin dedicated
an original poem to the Elsinore
theatre written by herself and
read standing before the "Romeo
and Juliet" panel in the Toyer of
the theatre. The effect was quite
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Stearns have
had as their house guests for the
past week. Dr. Green of Medford
who has been attending the Tu
berculosis Association conference
held in Salem this week, and Mrs.
Mrs. John Simmons, Mrs. Cash
Roberts, Mrs. Eugene Southwick,
Miss Mary Waite, and Mrs. Ber
Mrsr Dorr Gibson will be hos
tess to tiie club March 24.
Mrs. Carson Hostess
At Bridge Tea
Mrs. John H. Carson was hos
tess Thursday afternoon to the
members of her bridge club and
to a number of guests whom she
invited especially for the after
noon at three tables of bridge. The
dainty spring flowers, acacia and
freesia, were arranged attractively
about the drawing rooms.
Special guests of the afternoon
were Mrs. Alia Bynon and Mrs.
Earl Bronaugh of Portland and
Mrs. Lynn McCready of Eugene.
The members of the club include
Mrs. Paul Hendricks. Mrs. Homer
Egan, Mrs. Clifford Farmer. Mrs.
Hollis Huntington, Mrs. Carl Nel
son. Mrs. Donald Young. Mrs. P.
D. Quisenberry. Mrs. Lawrence
of the re- Hofer. Mrs. Karl Becke, Mm. Law
rence woodworm, ana me, nosiess
Mrs. John. Carson.
The guest award for high score
went to Mrs. Bronaugh and the
club prize to Mrs. Paul Hendricks.
Mrs. McKay Hostess
For Bridge Tea
Mrs. Douglaa McKay was host
ess Thursday afternoon to the
members of her bridge club and
to a few of additional guests at
an attractive spring flower bridge
tea. The dainty flowers of spring,
violets, daffodils, freesia and pink
carnations, were used artistically
about the rooms and on the small
tables where Mrs. McKay served
spring . flowers of molded ice
cream. Assisting Mrs. McKay were
Mrs. Sterling Smith and Mrs. Ells
The guest group included Mrs.
Ted Chambers. Mrs. L. B. Gilbert
son. Mrs. Walter Spaulding, Mrs.
H: L. Staver. Mrs. W. L. Phillips.
Mrs. A. F. Hayes, Mrs. C. Leland
Smith, Mrs. Earl Gilbert. Mrs.
Ellsworth Gilbert. Mrs. Sterling
Smith and Mrs. E. L. Ford.
High score honors for the af
ternoon were awarded to the
guests, Mrs. Keene and Mrs. Stav
er, and to the club members, Mrs.
Ricketts and Mrs. Leland Smith
THE SAD END OF A PERFECT
THIS time reier wa
and waited for Poll to feel
, . . - iri aha had wined
the tears from her eyes with her
wing. Miss Parrot continued:
"After a time, however. Cousin
Poll and I grew tired of these
" 'Come on. cousin, said i.
let's go for a spin in the air.' And
"Suddenly the wind came up
and the clouds that had seemed
so bright and clear now grew dark
and stormy. Polly was frightened
and started to tturn. around. 1
tSHn't ce her coming I w a s
watching the cross waves as thev
slapped at the shore or tne stream
right beneath us ana ajinuus"
I wasn't looking where I was go
ing just as hard and as fast as I
could and 1 bumped right into
"Cousin gave a cry of pain, and
before I could stretch out a claw
to catch her she had fallen to the
ground. Then the rain came down
I could no longer keep my own
wings moving and I sank upon the
bank beside her.
"I tried to help her to coax
mv cousin to her feet, but she did
not seem able to move. I wasn t i
bit larger than she was so I couio
not very well carry her off in my
beak. All I could do was r to run
home to the sycamore, tree foi
aid and I did. - . .
"The whole lawny came
with me to rescue Poll, but when
we reached the spot where she had
fallen there wasn't a sign of her
not even a feather to be found
ed from that day until this i Tiave
never known what became of my
The bird's head began to droop
and Peter was afraid that Poll
was going to weep again. He spoke
9U''Well, there is one thing sure
-Lyour long lost cousin , and my
Polly were one ana iue
Uncle must have cme along ana
picked up the little bird while you
were going lor neip.
"Don't feelBo badly Miss Par
rot please. Polly was as happy as
the' day was long until she met
Mrs Crow and lost the fight over
the kernel of corn. Why. you Just
ought to have seen her! She chat
tered and laughed from morning
'til night and she would call me in
a voice that sounded exactly like
mother's. I never could tell which
of them it was."
Scarcely had the words leTt hH
mouth when he received a great
"Peter, Peter, come here!"
Next: '"The Mysterious Call."
corder. and which e ey re
ferred to and maae a pari. :
The Common Council hereoy!
declares its purpose and Intention
to mak? the above described im
provement by and through the
Street Improvement Department
of the City of Salem. Oregon.
By order of the Common Coun
cil February 18, 1929. .
M POULSEN. City Recorder.
Date of rst publication Febru
ary 24, 1929. -
Date of final publication March
8, 1929. Dry to Mch 8
By 17 Per Cent
For the first seven weeks of
1!29. orders for lumber exceeded
production by 17.7 per cent and
shipments were .8 per cent more
than cutting, according to studies
made by the West Coast Lumber
man's association on the reports
of 135 major mills in the Douglas ,
fir region of Oregon and Washing-,
ton. Mill stocks were five-tenths :
of one per .cent under those report
ed as of January 1 for Ua menu- .
cal mills. The position of the in
dustry, in regard to stocks on nana
and unfilled orders, has been
gaining strength steadily since the
first of the year and now is strong
er than it has bee
to improve Yew Street from the
south line of Cross Street to ths
north line of Howard Street, at
the experse of the aDutUng and
adjacent property. except the
street and alley intersections, the
expense of which will be assumed
by the City of Salem. Oregon, by
bringing said portion of paid
street to the established grades
constructing Portland cement con-
tion of said street with six-incli . j H 83
Bnrtland cement concrete pave-; Due
merit, thirty feet in width in ac-;
Ko. 23. ,
Synopsis of the Annual Statement of TM
Harttord Steam Boiler In.pection and Jo
turanre. company of Hartlord, Conn.,
the State of Connecticut, on the thirty
firt day of December, 1928, made to the
Insurance Commissioner of the State o.
Oregon, pursuant to law:
Amonnt of capital stock paid tip, T.
5, L. 40, f 3,OOO;,OO0.O0.
Net premjuma rweived during the year,
P. 2, L. 20, $5,874,798.24.
Interest, dividends and rents receirei.
during the year, V. 2, U. 30, J7.9,6 . 8.7 1 .
Income from other lourri-n received dur
ing th. year, P. 2, L. 22 3t 37 39, m,
044.U2. Total income V. 2. I.. 40. $, 778,400. !. .
Net losses paid during ths-year includ
ing adjustment expenses, f 803,36(i.63, 1'.
3. L. 17.
Dividends pait! on capital stoek 'during
the year, S 990,000 P. 8, 1 4.
('cmini--sions ond salaries paid during
the year. $l,8.So,3..40. J. :i, I.. 28 29 3.
ii&rs. Hcenoes and fees paid during the
year, 350,331.2', P. 3, L. 43.
Amount o all other expenditure, fir
848,13.1.90, ail the rest.
Total expenditures, P. 3, I.. 58,
Value of real estate owned (u:arl.tt
value), 300. 123 '. P. 4. I.. 1 I9.
ttluc of to-k una bonds owned (itmr
ket value), 1 17.475.629.38. P. 4 I,. 4x4.
Loans ou mort CLigt-s and collateral, etc..
$1.296, Sat!. 7-5." P. 4 I.. 2.
t'ash in hanks sn.l on hand, .f. "'.!'.
9;:, 18, P. 4. L. :-.
Premiums in course of ci11ectioii writ
ten since S.it. Mil, 19-JH, $1,288,819.4 1.
P. ,4, 1.. 23.
l'iilr-st aii l reiif due and accrued a nl
other assets, $ I t!.3 18. 1 7, P. 4. L. JO 3 -.
Total, nduiitttd assets. P. 4, I.. 5.
(Iross claims for losses unpaid, P. 5,
L, 19, $H7 7.2 12 n.
Amount of u nearneu premiums on
; P. 5. 1.. 25. 8..l:-.-
for n:nm :s-im-1 anil broker:. i
L. 30. $257.7i;.t .- .
At ...I....- .-.;'.;.... ! t ft, a .11
cordance with the plans and specie e:f;i (,,M 4M ' ' J '
fications therefor which wevei t.-3i i',i).i:iii.. i.Uin. of .-ap.ra
Council "oo.oi"'. r. .i, i.. 4..
. BfslNESS IN OKEGOK
PUK 1 UK h.ti
Net premium reeeived durni the ye:.
P. 7, I.. 52. $55.007.3 1.
Losses paid during the year, P. '7, I.
iAUtipitrU l lilt- vuuuuuii vunt
on February IS, 1320, now on
file in the office of the City Re
corder, and which are hereby re
ferred to and .made a part hereof.
The Common Council hereby
declares its purpose and intention
to make the above described im
provement by and through the ! B.nier. inspert
s ineurred during the year.
N.uee of company The llrtforl St,-' i
ml Insurance oTrtT.;
w... w I- f
n. 1S 8 ,' Street Improvement Department Name of . preid. i.t .
n for several .f the Salem, Oregon. ?Z
. By order of the Common Coun- Karl y Liveiy.
attorney for service.
NOTICE OF INTENTION" TO IM
PROVE YEW STKEET FROM
THE SOVTH LINE OF CROSS!
STREET TO THE NORTH
LINE OF HOWARD STREET.
Notice is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of
Salem.. Oregon, deems it neces
sary and expedient and hereby de
clares its purpose and iutentiou
cil February 18, 192S0
M. POOULSOX. Cuy Recorder.
Date of first publication Febru
ary 24, 1929.
Date of final publication March
8, 1929. Diy Inc. MS
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IM
PROVE WILSON STREET BE
TWEEN C O M M E R C I A L
STREET AND I H E R T X
Notice is hereby given that the
TON, 1 7. IS AGAIN
Raymond Norton, 17. is begin
ning life well if he intends to
achieve a criminal career, officers
stated Friday when they arrested
him at Silverton, brought him to
Salem, and later in the day saw
him start for The Dalles, where he
will face a charge involving lar
cency of an automobile.
Norton first took a place in the
limelight when he was apprehend
ed robbing boxes in 1926. He was
living near Monitor at that time.
He was sent the state training
school September 27. 1926. After
spending nearly a year there he
was released. It was only a few
months, however, before he was
heard from again. He was commit
ted, to the state prison here from
Pendleton on a larceny charge. A
-few months later he was paroled.
Synopsis of the Annual Statement of the Council' Of ' t he ' .City of
I". S. Branch London Guarantee & Acci-i '
dent Co., Ltd., of New York, in the state Salem, Oregon, deems it neced-
of New York.' on the thirty first day of::ary anJ expedient and herebv de
December, 192& made to the 1 dares its purpose aud intention
!;rro".awf: ,he b,8te f n ,t improve Wilson Street between
capital Commercial Street and Liberty
Amount of capita stock pa d up. la street, at the expense of the abut-
tutory deposit, f 80'.000.00. ' r
' ' income jting and adjacent property. ex-
Net premiums received during the year, rept the street nnd alley lntersec
f 9,067,434.51. ... -.. , i Hons, the expense of which will be
during the year, $1.421.312.9.
Income from other i-ourcc
luring the year. - 1 7.i91 .9..
Total income. $11,310,3:19.41.
DISK. I KSE.MENTS
Net lose pa d during the year inc'.tid
inc adjustment xpenses, $5,952. 72 7 I
Kciiiittance to Home . t icc.f 50 5, "2 .'.."9
Commissions and salaries paid turins
the jeiir, $2,024,937.17.
Taves, licnn.es and fee pid during
Annrtint of all
Total expend tiires. $10,822,731.7X.
Value of real estate owned (market
Value of stoekK and l.onds owned
(market value), $13,949,152.58.
Loans on mortgage and collateral, te.,
I ah in banks and on hand $fi08.02 1 .51 .
Premiums in course of collection writ
ten since Sept. 30. 1928, $2,059,336.36.
Interest and rents due and accrued,
etc., .382, 153.59.
Total admitted assets. $10,999,264.0 4
'Gross claims lor losses unpaid, $8,
013,3 78.00. ' !
Amount of unearned premiums on all I
outstanding risks, $3,781,979.46. ,
Due for commission and brokerage.
AM other liabilities, taxes, $589,200 00. i
Total liabilities, exclusive of capital lie- j
posit of $800.000.00 $12. 803. 529. 37. I
BCSINKSS IX ORKCON !
FOR THE YEAH
Net premiums received c'.uring the vear, !
losses paid durlnp the year, $2,395.41.1
Losses incurred during the year, $2,- '
Name of company t. S. Branch Ltn- .
don Guarantee & Accident Co., Ltd. '
Name of manager 0. M. Berger. j
Name of comptroller H. Lloyd Jones.
Statutorv resident attornev for services,,
H O. Beckwith.
assumed by the City of Saleni.
received j Oregon, by bringing said portion
. iof said street to the established
grade, constructing Portland ce
ment concrete curbs, and paving
said portion of said street with a
six-inch Portland cement concrete
pavement, thirty feet in width,
in accordance with the plans and
specifications therefor which were
adopted by the Common Council,
on February 18. 1929, now on
file in the office of the City lte-
WILL DO ALL IT
CLAIMS TO DO
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Head Rice with the purchase of One 1 Lb. Tin
of M. J. B. Coffee.
Price per Lb. CT
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THIS IS TO CORRECT A STATEMENT IN OUR
AD OF YESTERDAY MORNING
Phones 48 & 49
155 N. Com. St.
The pamphlet giving instruc
tions cn reducing and gaining can
be obtained by following column
rules. I -am' sure it will give you
more inspiration to continue.
Mr?. .A. The symptoms of the
change cf life (menopause or cli
macteric) are apparently due to
of larkspur seeds, Still another
good method i3 a daily shampoo,
until the pests. are gone, with a
naptha soap, leaving the lather
on for five minutes. The nits must
be removed afterwards, after any
treatment, both for the looks and
the possibility that some haven't
escaped death. To remove-them.
saturate the hair with vinegar or
the gradual lessening of the inter--lemon juice to soften the glue-like
nal secretion of the ovaries. How-Isubstanco which causes them to
ever, this is. a perfectly normal
proccs9r- and should not be accom
panied by any great distress. There
may be some hot flashes, and per
haps a greater nervousness than
usual, but they should not cause
No function ceases after the
menopause except the functions of
f After the artificial menopause
that is, one brought on prema
turely by conditions which make
It necessary to remove the ovar
ies or treat them with radium or
. X-ray the symptoms may be
adhere, and then comb with a tin
comb or pull the strands of hair
through a cloth.
Bditor'a Vote : Or. Peters cannot
tflaffiiMe,- nor kIt peraonal advlcsx
Tour auertlona. If of general Inter
eat. will be answrd In tb col
umn. In turn. Requettta for articles
must bo aeeompanlod by a billy
ssSf-arldrearstd. Mampcd envelop -and
S cento In coin for each article.
to cover cost of prlntUia; and hand-
Hag. For the psunplxlstt on reduo
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with fully Mlf-addreaaed. etamt
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The use ot medicines contain
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land 1.00 Sold by Perry's Drag
The car that he is now accused
Dunn, wife of Senator Iof having stolen at The Dalles was j
Dunn of Ashland.
found in Salem early in February.
Diet the menace
Stars wrecked seeking slimness
Photoplay Maoazimk recently revealed
that many motion-picture stars ruin their
health seeking slimness. The motion-picture
camera adds from 5 to 20 pounds to the
appearance of a star's figure, so that many of
: these celebrities become victims of dieting.
One famous star died of tuberculosis
brought on by weight reduction. Another
ruined her career and was made an invalid
by starvation. Still another resorted to quick
1 reducing medicines and is today virtually an
1 invalid. Another star is mentioned who col
lapsed on a set after trying to lose 10 pounds.
One of the alarming dieting extremes indulged In by the stars,
according to Photoplay, is eating no food at sll for breakfast, and
seriously limiting nourishing foods f of both luncheon and dinner.
No person can be healthy without eating enough nourishing
food daily and regularly. The tragic experience of motion-picture
stars should be a warning to all women and girls to eat enough.
Modern health authorities Insist on a variety of foods, including
milk,1 vegetables, fruits and meats. It is a dieting error to suggest
eliminating sugar from the diet, for sweetness is the perfect
flavor that makes sll of the healthful foods so delicious. Serve
applesauce, grapefruit, dried and canned fruits and cereals for
breakfast sweetened for enjoyment. Learn the value of sweeten
ing in the cooking of alt vegetables for delicious flavors. Sweeten
ing improves the taste and flavor of fruits and cereals. Sugar and
flavoring make delicious milk-shakes and egg-nogs.
See that every member of your family eats enough. The best
cooks are generous with sugar. The Sugar Institute.
Display at the
Smart March creations of great designers,
are being modeled for the last time today
on the screen at the Elsinore theatre. The
frock worn here by Miss Gulliver is one
of the four which have been displayed this
week (and will be displayed today.
Mack's have arranged to receive four of
these chic gowns each month each month
movie stars will model these gowns at the
Dorothy Gulliver, eharmlng Universal
Pictures Star is shown here wearing an
evening frock of silk net and Premet's cire
Mack's Invite you to come In and see these
beautiful recent arrivals which are on
395 N. High St.