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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1930)
"Kern. .Kern mmd Fiji Devoer
It was Sunday evening and ev
erybody had bn invited to the
' SoUr! for supper and bad made
haste to accept, since the eook-
"? tag and serving of food was a
thing avoided In The Lane when
Eve had left Ken-putting some
finishing touches to work which
; aboald have been sent out a week
ago and had tramped the after
noon away, swinging along hack
Toads where no cart eame and
where she met only occasional
farm children and theelf-con-tained
collies every farm seemed
' The old question was turning
Itself again in her mind: would
n't Ken be more interested love
ker more-Mf she could do one of
the things everybody in The Lane
Was doing? Could she learn to
write if she tried very hard In
deed? She had wished to ask Nory's
dvke, but khe recollection of
what Ken had said about would
be writers and artists held her
1 "-"aW.. hVb doubt Nory would feel
ins same and treat her Questions
With, equal scorn. Still Eve felt
that. she might do something,
tlma Holly or Ema Shields as
Cross -Word Puzzle
If " p28- mil
I - t HOMZDNTAL,
f ,1 Beacon.
r ' 5 Organ af hearing,
K :f Small bottle. -
Jl2--Wh was the Mmm el His
t4 ft Is the first word f tk
" Apresriea " m . tke
,, yii, .f th Cbristiaa Eral .
'17 Wbat rlW tttmb fraaa tl
". Hissalaym afanntaias " tft
5 f-BeaslJ LWUT vv
!L9-IIastenedV , . ; . . -
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". 1B indebted to.
., -Body of a. craclferm caarcn.
y526 One who aires.' -"
2S What was tU UrtbsW !
: V,SI Shortened fern el Alfred.
I Spanish affirmative, r - -
iiT W What aassa Is se4 to
'- .f- the whole ef the territory e
; ' pM Iit At lawlikt Ui
twMs the plassaa ef Ueah
t: ,v T-the Haaswat - -(
sjr tBT What is the crvW mm af
?cV'4hTetoe liawthermVe TThe
. Scarlet Letter"?
, ; '4 Within.
. Cembining ferau flan. .
2 Possesses. ,
4-Dna.'. iT -V--:5
jtf 5 Pastry. -
I US Books Ur holdmc vhote-
. - EO-Thoae who lore to
J-: S3 Narrow apertora. ;
; B3 Natha metaL
i- S$ Allied by nature. ;
iftRtvcr in England. -'
i hTNothimr. -
so ounoauen. - - -
2-r-Marlf that rerasiaa after a
? wound is aeaied. sJ.'
Wht U th first weraTeJ the
expression, sassalnf CteraSy
; ' : ' a eaUeaw
.. :. son aas aeea eoacafoar -
V-Y7hat dty M tha.DaaaVa k
I ' - the capital af AastrlaT ,V
B Indefinite period al tlme.
B--What festival sis- issssatet
Cheista His? ' v. :
; r rr. , w -: . - - :
L-C-t el a prr-bj t rj tT
she signed herself who surely
had no genius received a high
salary for the newspaper column
she wrote every day. 8he made a
specialty of giving advice to
women. Eve thought the column
dull but Ken once said that It
was considered good Journalism.
Jan had no great talent and Nory
declared Fill's success a mere
flash in the pan. Indeed Nory was
the only real writer In- the col
ony. And It did seem to Eve that
she might do as well as the oth
ers. She would try oh, work like
a slave If It made any differ
ence about Ken.
She was still thinking of this
on the wav back lo Ken whn
seemed preoccupied and more
than a little moody as they start
ed Out. But Chuck wan nhoVinr
cocktails and Ken at once cheer
ed up and Eve saw that he meant
to drink more than was good for
Well, should chn remind him
that the illustrations for a story
"Sky .Lines" had sent weeks ago
were overdue and that Mr. Bar
ton wade, the editor, already had
telephoned twice? Shnnlrt h An
this warn him to watch his step
tonignt perhaps precipitate an
orgy of temperament during
" 8 Large furniture track.
Masses ef metal cast 'iz&
11 PaH to heepL 1
l-rJ .Chrbtwa sysahoSsH wkl
IS Plane soxface.
tt What b tho maaa ef the
POgriss Father vU cowrt.
. - ship with PrUcOU LtagfeUew
. wreto aheelT
25 Ascend. -1
Urfv old wemaa,
27 High priest ef Israel. 4,
29 UtaHse. ,
80 Htla ef imbmli.
34 What la thX capital ef for-
t ea a
85 -Minute particle. ; 1 - ' '
SO What Eagliah poet af the.
19th Coahnr wrote I have
n boos faltkfml to the Cyaera,
f ashlea"? . .
fasBeaa for bU esw7oHos te-
; .ddmt:- Tkt MoMtah,'
tev 'SaaT mm "gsina"?- ' '
88 Therefore. - .
8 What fe th eavitel.ef Kea-
42Sot a fi vtrh -hf haW...:
It. Aisnrlstw - '-v
40 la Heasere JllSa? who wm
tke s"''' oj Um reieee T
'47 Domestie servant -astaas the
. 1 AnsJo-Saxons : - -
49 Indian tribe. " - v". -'
51 An appendage. "
54 Ehoda Island (ahhr). v
- BerewHh Is. thaT soltlmi ta,
I la r
IV-- -if a ..i t -,
Ar Tl fV '
1 'V 2j ,t Is
i. .-' "..'
which he woald refuse to lift a
hand for days on end?
. Her aneasiaesa quickened; she
watched the tall, good-looking
young fellow aha 'had married
with - a pleading anxiousnesa
saw hint take the shaker from
Check, pour- a cocktail -for him
self another still another. ..
She -would have gone .to him
then bat they began 4o file oat
to the dining room and she trail-
ad along, giddy vith relief. . The
seating arrangement waa always
eateh-aad-scramble at Klma's and
Sre paused at the nearest chair
and saw that Ken was between
Chuck and' Ivy, glancing about In
a Questioning way. Ivy saw his
hesitation and moved back, giv
ing her hard little laugh, and
beckoned Fifl Devoe. She grinned
over her shoulder as she moved
around the table to the place Flfl
"POLLY AND HER
TILLIE, THE TOILER
SURPRISE Y60TJ . 1 TfeCLAREk T (?11Jt "OS f A L0CK5miTh TDwrV'S f
I'M G&MGTO PHONE MR.
HtS A. LOVELY MAM-X
VESTEREW TOR. AM HOUR- HE SAJO
TO CALL. HIM TODAY
UTTLE ANNIE ROONEY
' GiMB NDUHL CMSE. .
THAT SkS 006 AGMHr
LOOKAJ' rR 140RE
TOOTS AND CASPER
r;.rro fi my
. - runfc . ineN
Xt was one: af these things
which happened - all . xhe time
amoax the crowd and were re
garded at all fa the stride at Taa
Lane excepting . taat ' this
different somehov; set' apart from
their. little fUrtatiews gestures as
a word la auotauoa marks la sep
arated from' the text of a; page.
Ere drew a sharp areata and
caught the flick est ef Ema's eyes
when u Elma turned culekly and
began to chatter at Pierre Carr.
There was the ffbrupt clatter of
talk under which people always
drown a strained Instant, and
through the dla Nory's voice
drawlingly demanded of Clayton
how" come he figured on sitting
next to Eve. -
"Out. ole kid, and make It
smart. That's the way to deal
with pirates," he confided to ev
erybody when Clayt hadVmoved.
:-He t doing that purposely
drawing their attention bless
him ...,. So ran Kve's thought,
going roand and round in the
craxy way of dry leaves caaght
in a draught. '
Nory was handlac her thinrs.
talking all the while, and she was
answering "Yea" ao" not
hearing a word. Kea ... K4n
and Pifi Devoe.
Once Eve -bad thourht that If
she weiw Ken's wife and he were
VvFI I . IF
SPOKE TO HIM
I viMtar aajcmC )
TALK TO HIM-
A BKa HOT
JUST FDR A LACh. rM "Aoui
hm a DiFrosyrrVAY.
I U. f UN TIU
1M TH5. ATTIC
to have a tllrtatlen aba woald die.
Bat yoo doat die so easdy, mack
M yon aalght wish it Oh, what
ase going an now f So that Kea
might coma back to her after he
had ttired of Flfl? As Clayt came
to Jan? 8o sha Era ,Ttr
Jan, might go bursting into the
saldst of these people crying My
man is back he always comes
back- , "
The shame of that! Tet every
body at this table tonight except
ing1 perhaps only Uory, would
sympathise with Ken:, everyone
would say aha had no right to de
mand all Ken's thought, that all
Ibis emotional flights tarn to her
- (To be continued)
BOCK MARKET CLOSES
SILVER TON. -Marrh C Henw
Bock A Son closed their nlace of
basiness, the Taller Market, Fat-
araay evening and the handing
will be occupied by Skagga Safe
wav as soon as neeessarr remod
elling can be completed.
, a ,
GLADSTONE DIES - -LONDON."
(Thursday) The right honorable
Viscount Herbert John Gladstone.
youngest son of William E. Glad
stone of Victorian era fame, died
at 2:30 a.nr. .
"Will Elmer Have
'A Brainless Cur-"
19 " rrM-- vurs pro's
III ODNE htEKTJOaED THE
Ml FACT OU wpdp uu-ruc
I MARKET FOR SOME OF
T oua GOODS- AS
T SD OF .THIS
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YOO BIC BULLV - CO'Al PICK
Mill t"T POATTWarGO T&UW VIE COKAi&i
AM staxt MAKUT MCES at
VULL'VOG ?WEl.l OVB
eajqoch TROUBLE. To
t CkUTAaiW LiVLL - : :a - V
t BUT IVA-T VENTURS, -OUT-DOOPS
IM IT! - -"
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; PLfVow. Moowrr; Ao
MANILA, March (AP) A
mass meeting or parents tonight
endorsed the strike of 10.000 Fil
ipino high school students of Ma
nila which was began when an
American teacher said "that one
of them acted like an imbecile
and others Jike rig drivers. - ,
Meeting to discuss the strike,
which has been characterized by
mach violence, the parents adopt
ed resolutions demanding the re
instatement of four.dismiased stu
dents and the dismissal of Dr. Al
ejandro Albert, acting secretary
of public instruction; Lather B.
Bewley, superintendent of schools
and one high school principal." - -
The teacher whose remarks
fanned the flame of revolt. Miss
Mabel Brummitt of Valparaiso,
Ind., has engaged passage on the
steamer President - Pierce, which
will leave "Friday for the United
States. She was suspended from
the school service after denying
that she had insulted the Fili
To 'Camphor' Long?'
II, . M ,wn.fvw b v-r4J
WAV B& CAME BUT
OU MAY BE THE HEAD-BUT Tt f HEyf
Or I CONSIDER MISS JONES THe wxr! I
,k BRAINS Or OUR OReAJsllZATkOf ) 5C6H. fl
I'tL GOOD-BYE.' TirmwirnnnTBW HE I
. . mmwm' HUNS - f
AUUI 15 OWTA IUCU
: FROM NOW CN
? woqodV; r iotM
pino rac La'irimandins; popOa
for, misbehavior la cUseC. t'. " -.
Nineteen students wea la Jail
tonight. . Several at?- thern had
een taken to court and charged
with various offenses,; Including
assault and resisting arrest.
. Further mobbing , ef students
and rioting: took place at .the
close of the school day as strik
ers milling about four .high
schools attacked ..scores of pupils
who attended classes.' To avert
bloodshed, police took-, halves,
clubs and whips from non-strikers
who had armed themselves, la an
ticipation of attache. .
Governor General Dwlght F
Davis centered with school auth
orities to find a solution of the
trouble, but , results, of Ihe con
ference were not announced.
TWO SHIPS COLLIDE
NEW YORK, March f. (AP)
A radio message to police head
quarters tonight said the steam
ship Bogota of the Columbia line
and the ferry boat General Hum
phries, which operates between
Manhattan and Governors Island,
had collided. The message did not
give the extenLof damage to eith
IIOH N THY
NEW YORK, March aV (AP);
Postponing nntU tomorrow the?
announcement of the vote on ' m
refinancing plan for the Fox
Film enterprises, stockholders of
Fox Film corporation tonight ad-
Journed their meeting. The ad
journment came shortly -after
they had east their ballots on a
modified plan pat forward by a
bankers group headed by Baa
camerica and the Blair corpora
Itlon. ' -, .
i Counsel tor William Fox ana
the bankers who proposed the
plan claimed that an overwhelm
ing victory for them was assured! '
by the vote. They insisted- that"
forees of the plan led by Harry
L. Stuart of Halsey, Stua.t A Co.,
and John E. Orterson of the Elec
trical Research Products corpora
tion, -had been unable to master
enough proxies to defeat the Fox
plan and thus open a possible
way for the adoption of a plan
favored by them.
By, CLIFF STERRETTJ
By RUS WESTOVER
oh,tW5 just Too bad-
YOU HAD BETTER. SEND
A SPECIAL. OEUVER.V
TO.MXIP. TEACHER IN THH
ASK HIM TO
By BEN B ATSFORD
HAVE A KWO MEABT.
A4V CHILD - XLUMVS
BUT SOU AOTCP
. AOS0DY EVCff