The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, March 05, 1929, Page 5, Image 5

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    JThe New OREGON STATESMAN, Salem. Oregon, Tuesday Mornlngi March 5, 1929
ILocal News Briefs
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Oolnff- Sonth " - Mr.
m.r,.t Mr. O I. Johnson and fam-
are leaving tills week for San
Diego t spend a few weeks In
t& aouJJ. While they are gone
buDdaoe will 06 active on their
ow- kon is South Salem'. The
JotiaaoM remoTed to Salem from
Mlnot. North Dak nta last fall and
purchased downtn business
properto on State atreet where It
is. sajrt, Mr. Johnson .will open a
..- tw. tail h Viea made no
anneonaeaients'ot his exact bast.
Tssiial fTsnrs tit Meet In
preparation f or the examinations
fr creatine of citizenship papers
t be bald March 11 and 12. the
Y M. C. A. Is having special
Wednesday and Saturday
ni.hta ATthli week. -Review of
the- g?oaud to be coveted by the
o.m luMaM ana aucussiou ox
any points not clear will be taken
.... rhirrv-two oersons have slgnl-
ti-it their intentions of taking the
teats. V ' "
SoEeffn Reaeaood Del Spragua
who with E. u. Haten was iwtos
. so du sentence in county Jail
hre, wae released Monday on com
pletion of his sentence, tie aia noi
pay ths 6Q fine-that Vent with
hi Jail sentence, but was paroled
bv the goverboron condition that
i, na it at tbe rata of S2S per
mouth. Hatch.' who had paid his
fin, was released Saturday.
Tried Walter W i 1-
Iiaiua, local youth charged with
gitalin brass parts from a ma
chine, win be tried In Justice court
here today. K. O. Taylor, who was
.rreitMi with him oa the same
charge, aatered .plea of guilty be
fore Jwetice or the re ace smaii.
He will be sentenced later in the
fa Meet The Trl-
ruuntv dental association will hold
its regotar monthly meeting at the
Gray Belle this Tuesday evening,
ginning at 7 o'clock. Dr.
FranUia P. Johnson of Portland
will be the principal speaker. Dr.
K. K. Fevers of Salem to lead
the dlacuesien on hi addreas. Dr.
F. H. Thompson of Salem will
K,how pathological specimens.
ITS las ln'tecred Here Re
main f tho lata Henry Knutha,
who M Saturday morning at
Plainitew. Linn county, were
brooch, to alem Moaday for In
terment-in the Cityvlew cemetery.
Mr Kaaths was' the brother of
Frank Knutha who lives on Salem
route seven and of Miss Dora
Knutha of 1340 First street. He
was also the step-father of Mrs.
Carl Smith. 1610 D street.
Bavtfet Team Defeated The
first Baptist Junior basketball
team was defeated In two games in
Portland Saturday. The winning
teams were the Spartans of the
c-ntral Y. M. C. A. add the Car
dinals of the northeast "Y."
Katata Appraised Inventory
and appraisement was filed in pro
bata here Monday in the matter
of the estate the late Terser
Rrokke. Tbe' estate was estimated
at $0234.40 by M. G. Gunderson
(i. L. Alrick and Frank Lund ap
praisers. Shield on Trlp--H. C. Shields,
lix-aj real estate dealer, left early
Monday morning on a combined
bumow and pleasure trip into
itinera Oregon. Mrs.- Shields is
j.'ompanring him. They expect
to netura to Salem about Wednes
day. Spwttng Charged L. Dulbler,
757 Center street, and N. L. Krax
lMntr, Jefferson, were arresled
Sunday night on charges. of speed
,ln?. William Fielding of Port
land wa arrested Sunday morning
or a. almilar charge.
Ratit Forfeited L. B. Harradlne
forfeited (50 bail ia municipal
court Uonfiay- when he failed to
appear to answer to a charge of
lienor noKseselon on which he was
a rrootod 'Saturday night.
Mr. Reynold a 8fclc Mrs.
Ootids Reynolds, teacher in Par
rth; Junior high school, la ill with
tnftunsaa at her home on Center
street. Her mother-in-law fa here
from Portland to attend her.
Portland Visitor Mrs. Aaaa
H. Kmtter of the art shop, aver
Mlllwstore. wao a Portland vis
itor Monday.
Flafceiiiiau Flaed John Sauters
fihd in MiserSa Slough Sunday
without a Ilcease. and as a result
he was fined $25 ia Justice court
her Xonday. He paid the fine.
Tlattaac ia Brash College Mrs.
Chirlna McCarter of Brush collage
ha a her guest her mother, Mrs.
MrDoaaid of Salem who la coeva
ls ao-in from a long nine.
Mm Pays Fine R. R. Wy-
laat pate a S2S ftna in, Justice
court acre Monday for driving his
car wttfeout lleenao plates.
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aVrxtmmin )ublifns Co.
ns so. ombwHii at.
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- Young People to Meet The
young people's department of the
First Presbyterian church, com
prising Tri C and; young business
people's Sunday school classes
and the young people's depart
ment of the Christian Endeavor,
will hold a dinner and program at
the chureh this Tuesday evening,
oegwning at a:su o ciock. A so
cial time will follow. Mrs. Paul
rails is director of the young peo
ple's department.
Jarmaa Cioea Hoath - Having
ompleted a business deal by whch
he .becomes, owner of the Frank
Haghas house on- South Liberty,
D. B. Jarman left Monday evening
for Los Angeles, where ho and Mrs.
Jarmaa - have been spending tbe
winter. She remained there dux
lag his trip to Salem but will ac
company him on his return hero,
Teachers Coaacfl to Bleet The
regular monthly meeting of the
Council of ' the Salem. Teachers'
association will be held this Tues
day afternoon, at tho Parrlsh Jun
ior high school, beginning at 4 :15
o'clock. ; R W, Tavenner, assist
ant principal at the senior ' high
school. Is president bf the assocla
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" Returas . to Home Here Dave
Calloway, son of Mrs. Mamie CalUhr(.u.n
ioway, ii ioria woage aireev.
haa returned to hi homo here fol
lowing a serious operation which
be recently underwent at an Al
bany hospital. Dave is a senior
In, the, local high school and haa
been prominent in school athlet
ics. His condition is slightly im
New Members Chosen Five
new members, have recently been
added to tho Kiwanis club here.
They are M. P. Adams, hortlcaU
turist; Ralph Allen, dealer in
fresh fruits; G. R. Fietcher, bac
teriologist; H. R. Worth, dry goods
dealer; Job H. Carson, attorney.
The latter was formerly a Klwan-
lan but let his membership lapse
due to other duties.
Cioea to Medford rDr. Edward
Lee Russell, pediatrician with the
Marioa county child health dem
onstration, is spending the week
in Medford and Central Point.
where he is giving a series of lee-
tares before the high school boys
In the two towns. .
LocaT Tryooia Today Tryoats
for local representatives for the
state extemporaneous - speaking
and reading- contests to be held
at the Oregon State college, in
May. will be held at tbe 'high
school at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
Mrs. Peters Returns-r-Mrs. Karl
J. Peters and small son. Carlton
has returned from a several
months' visit with her parents in
Parker. S. D. Mr. Peters Joined
her at Spokane, from which place
they motored back to Salem.
Mr. . Domocalla laaprores
Frank Domogalla, 77. who has
been 111 at his home following a
severe attack of pneumonia, fa
able-to be up and around again.
He, resides at 560 North Capitol
Leaves for'Kansaa City P. D.
Vinson, 1434 North Cottage street.
will leave this morning for Kan
sas City,- where he will attend to
personal matters.
Son to Wlnchells Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Clyde Winchell. 1525 Belle-
vue street, are the parents of a
baby boy, born Friday.
Woman In Hospital -Miss Elis
abeth Moore, of Silverton has. enI
tered the Old people's department
of the Deaconess hospital.
Committee to Meet The pubiic-1
Ity committee of 'Capital Post No.
9, for the American Legion de
partment convention, to be held in
Salem -August 8, 9, and 10. will
meet tonight - at room ' 505 First
National Bank building.
Reinrna Froaa Nebraska Allen
Orth. who has been in Chappell,
Nebr since early last fall, has re
turned to Salem. He is the sou 'of
Mr. and Mra. I. A. Orth. 1213
North Church street.
Save at G leee-Powers
Dissolution Sale. Now on. The
greatest furniture aveat ever an
nounced in Oregon. Terms or
Farnlturo UpboUt
i And repalrtag
Furniture Co.
Every night :f0 t at the
Marlon hataT.
Kat at Criarys .
where good food Is served.
Trade In Toar Old Radio for fAO
On a Kolster or R. C. A. Radi-
ola at the Eoff Electric Inc.
Guaranteed Shed Dry Wood :
Coal. Prompt Service. Tel. 13.
Thomas Bros. Band MellowMooa
Every Wed. and Saturday.
niaaolntlABi Sa1 Kaw
The greatest furniture event la
the history of Salem. Buy now
and save. Cash Or Terms. Glese-
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Attention Knights of rythlas
Regular convention thia eve
ning. Work ia rank of Esquire.
Visiters from -AUrefcra Hansard
and Slivertoa. Refreshments.
Old Time
Crystal Garden wvery Wednes-
dayand, Saturday, night. - - .
t IUwaUfal Line ef-
Catenae Sport Hals at the Boa-
nett 8hep.
Cash Or Terms ' ' '
Olese-Pewera Dissoiutien sala.
Buy new at the greatest f uraltare
evear ever aanouaeed 1 - Oregon.
Widow of Late General Had
w Lived 46 Years Here.
Golden Wedding Celebrated
- in 1918 in City
Early - Monday morning -Mra.
'Emma A. Byars, S5. died la Salem.
where she had lived for mora thaa
4 1 years, except for a period of
four years when her hashand, theJ
late General W. H. Byars, was
United States surveyor general for
Surrounded by her children.
grandchildren ; and great-grand
children, some of whosa were-at
waya near to - relieve the pain of
her recent months of severe lUaeas
and comfort her, she silently and
painlessly departed her mortal ex
istence -oe -more- tnan- s years.
Thus came to a close the earthly
pilgrimage . of a good mother, a
loyal cltixen, .and an exemplary
Born In LonlsvUle -Emma
A. Slocum was borp in
Louisville. Ky., on August 31,
1843. the daughter of William
Slocum. who was a Massachusetts
Yankee, and Sara (Collins)
cum, of Maryland Cavalier 1
age. She crossed the plains to
Oregon with her parenta during.
the. year 1853 where she haa re
sided continuously until her death.
On December 23. 1868,she was
united in marriage to William
Henry Byars. also a pioneer of
1853, and with i whom she had
been acquainted since early child
hood, and with whom she lived as
wife and mother until his death
on April 22, 122, On December
23. 1918, they celebrated their
golden wedding at their home oa
North Commercial street In this
city, when scores of acquaintances
and relatives called te pay respect
to a couple who had long occupied
an honored position in public and
Mother of Nine Children
Mrs. Byars was a devoted moth.
er and no consideration took pri
ority over her home. She was the
mother of nine children. Laura
Enema died at the age of six
months, Mera Bell died at about
the age of six years. Dr. John Rex
Byars died when about 25 years
of age, .while she is survived by
the remaining six of her children.
Collins L., residing at Roseburg.
Mrs. Effie W. Dunlap, of Salem,
WlWam F., of Goldeadale, Wash.,
Dr. Alfred H.. of San Diego, Cal..
Land Mrs. Sherman W. Thompson
and Mrs. Ronald C. Glover, both
of Salem.
She was long Identified with pa
triotic organizations of the state
and was past president of the lo
cal unit of the Woman's Relief
corps. Her husband, the late W.
H. Byars, was a veteran of the
Civil War, Dr. John Rex Byars,
also deceased, was a. veteran of
the war with Spain, and Dr. Al
fred Byars Is a veteran of the
World war, serving In the Ameri
can forces in France at the time
of the armistice.
Faithful to Church
Long a member of the Metho
dist Episcopal church, she has
been active in tbe years past in
the activities of that faith, being
a life member of the Woman's
Foreign. Missionary society, and
charter member of West Central
crcle of the chureh.
Funeral services will be held
from Rlgdcm's Wed aesday arter
aoon at- 3 . o'clock with the Rev.
Fred C. Taylor, nutor f ar
church In charge, and assisted by
the Woman's Relief corps. Inter-
meat will follow in the family lot
in the Cltyxew cemetery.
District Group
Chosen For Big
Kiwanis Meeting
Ralph Cooley. president of the
Kiwanis club., haa announced this
week a programjeommtttee for the
northwest convention which- is to
be held here In Auaust. On this
group are the folio win a Kiwaol-
ana from Salem and Its surround
ing territory: Scott Page, Ralph
Cooley. J. N. Chambers. Salem:
Clyde E. Williams. Albany; Earl
Nott. McMinnvllle; Cy H. Pruner.
Portland. R. R. Turner. Dallas.
Claude Barriek. T!&mook.
Rainfall Here Is
Far Under Normal
Salem la far behind ordinary
years la the matter of rain fill.
Precipitation nn to March - - f
amouated to 8.74 Inches while the
aormal rainfall for the period
amounted to 10.33. In January.
1829. 2.48 Inches of rain .faU
while only 1.28 Inches of rain fell
m yeoruary. -
When in Salem See
If You Need Glasses
Work Guaranteed
Over Fry's Drag: Store
. 284 N. (Jam, .
. - Now, as. daring : the past SO
years, Foley's Honey and -iTar
Compound slope coughs- qalckly,
heals Inflamed - tissues, clears ths
throat of irritating . mucus and
phlegm, stops nervosa .aacklag,
and troublesome-night eeagna. Al
ways) dependable and - ef Octant,
Chlldjwn like it averts creep.
Mothers endorse It no . oplatea.
All users recommend It aak yosr
druggist, ' Bast for chttirea . and
grown .pei-soB. Try IU :t Capital
urug axorev aa r,
WestSalem News
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gibson en
tertalned Saturday evening . the
500'V club, from the ; Orehard
Heights road. There were four ta
bles playing, the players being
Mr. and Mrs. Will Schwartx, Mr.
and Mra. I. P. Smart, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Ros-
eoe Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mc
Dowell. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Fisher,
Mr. and Mrs. Cash Roberts. Mr.
and Mrs. Will Knower and the
host and host ess.
Puasy-willows one, of the em
blems ox spring were usea aoout
the rooms, with other flowers. Re
freshments, were enjoyed Inter by
the guests.
Mrs. A. F. Marriott and .small
daughter. Colleen Jane, of Edge-
water, apartments, were weex-ena
visitors of Mrs. w. u. stay i
Other .West Salem visitors to
Portland were Mr. and Mrs. W
D. Peterson who spent Sunday
with thefr daughter ana son-m-law.
Mr and Mrs. A. H. Haken.
Mr and Mrs. Roy Stambo were
Monday business visitors In Port
Thia mnmlnr at the chaoel hour
at Willamette university a. second
main rlae nroaram will be present
ed. Juniors and sophomores will
repeat their songs aa. they sang
thom Saturday night, but fresh
men and seniors will sing parodies
of their songs.
Following the singing, the lar
Mr nart of the student body will
gather on the banks of tbe mill
stream at the south side of the
campus to sea the senior men dive
into the stream as penalty for re
eeiviag fourth place In the award
of the- Judges. Payment of "mill
stream bets" and other wagers
made on the contest will begin at
that time. Several wheelbarrow
and baby buggy rides down State
street have been promised ror tne
noon hour today.
Kiwanis Meeting
Is Closed Affair
KIwanians today will have a
closed meeting at the Marion ho
tel. Claude Barrickr district pres
ident, is expected to attend the
gathering and If so. plans for the
Auruat Dlan will be discussed. The
attendance prize is to be furnish
ed by Dean George H. Alden.
3 New Members
Enter Chamber
Three new members have Joined
the chamber of commerce durinr
the week.They include James L.
Loder. of Loder Bros., local deal
ers for Graham-Paige automobiles.
Dr. Edith WltzeL osteopath, and
W. W. Rosebraugh. manufacturer
of furnaces and heating equip
Emma A. Byara, died in Salem
at 1:45 o'clock Monday morning
March 4, at the age of 86 yeara
She la survived by the following
children: C. L. Read. Roseburg;
Effle W. Dunlap. Salem; Mrs. S.
W.. Thompson, Salem; W. F. By
ars. . Goldendale, Wash.; Dr. Al
fred H. Byars. San Diego,. Calif.;
and Mrs. Ronald C. Glover. Sa
lem. Funeral services Wednes
day, March 8. at 3 p. m.. at Rig
don and Son's Mortuary with
Rev. Fre4 C. Taylor, officiating.
Interment Cityvlew cemetery.
Staakavieh f
Alice Frances Stankavirh died
in Salem March 4 at the age oi
two and one half years. She fe
urvrved by her parenta of Ban
don, Oregon. Remains la care of
dough-Huston's. Funeral an
nouncements later.
Edward Fane, residence 645
Gaines avenue, Salem, died March
4. age 76 years, 10 months, 83
days. Survived by his widow,
Mary Fane and two atep-children.
Remains In 'care of Terwllllger
home. Announcement of funeral
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Phone 41 7-W
" Spring has turned the corner, ssf
it would seem, for already there
is bathing in the Willamette riv
er. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rodgers snd
two children Claude and Wanda
of Sclo. visited Monday at the
home of -Mrs. Rodgers' parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S.aL. Burk of Edge
water street.-
Mr. and Mrs.. P. -L.' Clarke are
being congratulated upon the birth
of a nine pound son Donald Elmer,
born 'Wednesday morning. Feb
ruary 2T. Mrs. Clark Is the daagh
ter of Mr. and Mra. J. X. Miller. .
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Leafar of
the Rivera Bridge grocery motored
to Dallas Sunday accompanied by
Mrs. S. I. Burk. They spent a
yery enjoyable day visiting friends
and relatives. . -. '
Mrs. L. J. Magee of Dundee, was
a week-end guest at the home of
her son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Magee. Mr. Magee
was also a week-end visitor from
hie position,' at Hood River.
The primary department of the
Latter Day Saints church will
meet at : the home of Mrs; Dale
Lemon on Edgewater street Tues
day afternoon. Miss DeLWa Rob
inson of Salt Lake City. Utah, is
here to take Miss Mary Rigtrup's
place as teacher.
The Boy Scouts will meet Tues
day after school at 4 p.m.
The Ladles Aid will meet for an
lmportatt business' session Wed
nesday. March 6 at the commun
ity hall at 2 p.m. The special fea
ture la a shower for the church
kitchen. Each lady may bring
some article which will aid in the
furnishing of tbe kitchen. Some
ladies will be present from Jason
Lee church to discuss the organ
isation of a Missionary society.
After house Mil 541. Introduced
by the insurance committee, had
been killed at the -morning ses
sion Monday it was brought back
for reconsideration later in the
day and passed with a few dis
senting yotes. The bill seeks to
safeguard policy holders in for.
eign companies who reside in Ore
gon. It requires that ench com
panies must have a surplus of at
least 8100.000 on deposit to pro
tect their policy holders. Provi
sions regarding reciprocal and in-
terlasurance exchanges were re
moved from the bill.
Senate bill 219. by Joe Dunne
designed to restrict malpractice
and defining "dishonorable con
duct" as used in connection with
with the matter of licensing of
physicians, was filled, with 40
votes registered against it. Those
opposing, the measure tnougnt it
was too arastic ana wouia jeop
ardize the Interests of reputable
physicians. - . "
WItaaat - aparatUa at leas at ttaaa.
sat Or7i Blag.
Oregon Dectnafty.
Willamette Taller Una Jf.
I Phones 48 and 49
20 Pounds - : $1.00
Jenny Wrenn Self Rising
Cake Flour
Large Package
Large Sire Can 3 Lbs.'Net AQ-
Per Can : t IC
8L Cans .---.-Sl2
Muscat Grap
No. 2 Size -i
8 Cans .
1 Dosr.Cana ...
Pint Sire
Quart Size
H Gal. Sire
1 GaL Size u-w
Corn or Glass'.
Seventieth Session Con
cludes Colorful Record
Without Fireworks
Associated Press Staff Writer
WASHINGTON. Mar. 4.-r-(AP)
The 'seventieth congress ended
its session Quietly today after
writing a record aa colorful as
that of any of Its. recent predeces
sors. 4
It enacted the bill ta -control
the turbulent waters of the Mis
sissippi river system; greatly ex
panded the nation's naval forces;
paved, the way for harnessing for
man's uses the mighty Colorado
river; and placed upon the statute
books a new act to materially In
crease penalties -lor violation oi
the prohibition laws.
Peace Pact Approved
. In. addition, the senate ratified
tjie Kellogg treaty to have war re
nounced as a national policy by
the nations of the world.
: The '.congress, however, left asi
a legacy, to its successor the vex
ing problems of farm relief and
tariff revision but It did take
steps to enable early considera
tion of both these questions at a
special session of the new con
gress to be convened some time
next month. .
Tbe closing hours on Capitol
Hill today were la contrast to the
0th congress' opening session
two years ago when charges of
excessive campaign expenditures
threw the senate Into a turmoil
and the Beck election contest pro
duced confusion in the house.
Dispute Is Averted
For a brief space this morning
a controversy over a biu to post
pone the effective date of the na
tional origins provisions of the
immigration act threatened to up
set the decorum of the senate. But
this dispute faded as the noon
hour approached and the often
filibustering senate came to a
peaceful end.
The immigration measure.
passed yesterday by the house at
the first -Sunday session in six
rears, died with the congress, and
under existing laws, the national
origins clause will become oper
ative on July 1. Tinder its pro
visions England and northern Ire
land will be fayored in immigra
tions quotas at the expense of
Germany, Sweden and Normay.
The last minutes in both houses
were dominated by farewells and
eulogies to departing leaders.
Leo Frlede of Portland speaks
to Rotary Wednesday noon on the
subject, "My Tour of the West
Coast of Africa." The meeting
next week will be held In the eve
ning and will be a ladies' night
held at the Marion hotel.
Waste Your
We will be glad to go to
your place and pay the
fall value. We want
Rags, Paper, Metal, Etc.
Salem Junk
S20 if. Commercial St.
Phone 402 .
Saffron A Kline
Special Sale of Del Monte
"DEL MONTK" A. Gnaraatee of Per
fect Smtaefartion Del Monte Products
are a Symbol of Am erica's Flaest beds
Stock Up Liberally With these Low
No. 2 Size Can Reg.
3 Cans -J
1 Dor. Cans ..... -2-J?
No. 1 Sire Can Reg. 20c C
3 Cans .. ..... . JUC
1 Dozen Cans $1.89
No. 2 Size Can Reg. 25c ; . CC -e
3 Cans ...... .... ODC
1 Dozen Cans ........ .$2.49
Sliced or Melba
Reg. 23c . aCQa
3 Cans . : OUC
1 Dozen Cans .....$2.69
PEARS Melba Halves
Reg. 35c Size , . -. QP
3 Cans ..... .. aJ C
Xi Dozen Cans ...$3".49
Halve ,
Reg. 25c Size ,
3 CttsaT' aVa.e
1 Dozen Cans .l.l.u
;rv - -1
- :-rPEARS.
No.1 Slte-V;- -
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3 Cans .. -.L
1 Dozen Cans
Students O btain
Radio Reports On
Inauguration Data
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History, physics and commercial
students of tho Salem high had a
radio party all their own Tuesday
morning and early afternoon to
listen to the inaugural broadcasts,
with two radios bringing In the
speeches and music
Through the efforts of Mrs.
Gertrude Smith of the history de
partment, her classes ana the phy
sle classes of Miss June Philpott
enjoyed the radio installed in the
physics room. Sherman Clay and
company loaned the students a ra
dio for the purpose, the inside aer
ial be lag rigged up by the physics
students. Merrltt Davis, head af
the commercial department, had'
his radio Installed la his room for
the benefit of commercial stu
Enrollment fn the sewing class
which the part time continuation
school n sponsoring for Salem
housemaids Is complete, with the
first class to be held this Tuesday
afternoon from 2:30 to 4 o'clock.
The class will be conducted each
Tuesday and Thursday, with in
struction being offered in prac
tical sewing to 12 housemaids.
Mrs. Gladys Jensen, head of tho
home economic department at the
senior high school. Is the instruc
Classe will be held In the high
school economic rooms. House
maids will furnish their own ma
terials and equipment, Individual
as well as group Instruction to be
'Community projects and prob
lems of all typea will be thorough
ly studied by officials of chambers
ef commerce and other commercial
Finest Torlc reading lenses fit
ted to your eyes at the above
We also Insure your glasses
against breakage the only
firm in Salem extending this
splendid FREE Service. Exam
ination, too.
OPTICAL qp. -llO
N. Commercial St.
"At the Sign of the Spex"
We Want
Bags, Paper. Metal. Sacks.
Iron. Bottles. Hides. Pelts.
Wool, and anything which
you have to sell.
Three Trucks at your
Capital Bargain &
Junk Co.
145 Center: Phone SM
By the bridge
No. 1 Size
a uans
1 Dozen
Reg. 15c
1 Dozen.
- . 4.
.,..iA -
organisations . of . Oregon at. the
annual short course for chamber
of commerce secretaries to be held
at the University bf Oregon, March
19 to 23. Secretary C. E. Wilson,
President B. E. Siseon, and other
officials of the Salem chamber of,
commerce have been invited te
attend the session,' which promises
to be the most successful of the
short courses so far.
Airport development, commun
ity publicity and. land settlement
will be. among the chief problems
discussed at the conference, with
expert speakers leadlag the forum
meetings. It la expected that the
Salem officials, will return wttn
many Ideas for promoting com
munity projects and with a com
prehensive view ' of what other
commercial organisations are do
lag along thia line. "
The student body of Willamette
university assembled at 8:40 Mont
day-morning In the university chav
pel to hear the radio account of
the Inauguration of President Hoo
ver. The radio reception was spon
sored by the Blue Key service
fraternity with the cooperation of
the university faculty.
The schedule of morning classe
was shitted so that only the second
period recitations and the chapel
hour were omitted from the dally
program. An interesting feature
of the gathering was that men and
women students did not divide In
the usual manner for the chapel
hour; In fact., few students sat ia
their , regular chapel seats. Ap
plause was given at various points
In President Hoover's address. -
We have a 1925 Overland
Coupe, well equipped, haa 19)20
license and In fine condition for
$245.00, '
i farl all iv' (Im
"The House That Service Built"
For the Relief of
Rheumatism, S&jatlca,
Lumbago, Painful Joints,
Gout, Cold in Chest,
Inflamed 'Tonsils,
Neuralgia, Insect Stings,
Swellings, Inflamation,
Sore Feet, Toothache
Manufactured by
Drug Store
185 X. Commercial St.
Phone 107
The Original Candy Special
. Store of Salem
Penslar Agency
1 55 No. Commercial Street-
No, 2y, Sire Reg. 20c - C C
3 Cans 1 : )C
1 Dozen Cans .v...... --.-.-$2.09
Reg. 15c
DEL MONTE ' , : .
Slicedr Reg. 25c Size
3 Cans ; ...... OllC
1 Dozen Cans J..:.....$2X9.
Asparagus Tips:
Reg. 25c Size . - . . CQ
3 Cans ....v............ .... wif L
1 Dozen Cans $29
or Mustard
Size, 2 Cans
Cans ........-.
"-. : : DEL MONTE ' 4 ; , '; '
" Fruits for Salad i
1 Lb. Cans Rear. 30c ' fT
3 Cans CO C
1 Dozen Cans '1.- m.i2.Cy