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The OnEGOri STATT311AN, CzlzzZ Orco;t. Tcesday Ilorala Ttbtuxry 21. 1S31
Tllcycllstf. Accident Alfred
t.a.k.ai:3iii A rpixirta a eol-
tSffoa t.weeif himself on a M
' cycle "jr.-1 an' unknown hit and
run driTr. As Freach pro
.OMlinr lonr lith street, the U-
toistfeas coming toward him
'and ria turning . onto ; Mission
.street, cut the corner. -..raaca
turned parallel with ttvr od
In doing b wheel skidded oat
from under his. The auto sfcie-
' swiped his wheel, bend ins both
wheel. The other, driTer sioppea
'a half block farther on; when ha
S3W French pick up his wheel and
carry it to the cur, fce drove on.
The attendant oX a. gaaIU sta
tion oni the-' corner gre
as the license nnmb?r of the hit
l and run car. The accident hap
pened Saturday night at 8:15
o'clock.; French was not injured.
Dollar dinner erery night S:4$
; to 8 a the Marlon hotel.
! Bollinger on Program Dr. Cf-
C. Bellinger, superintendent -of the
:.state tuberculosis hospitals, will
'appear on the program of the
' lth annual meeting of Jbe Ore
f gon Tuberculosis aaiiociation, to
'be held In Portland March 10 and
The meetia la Wns held at
Portland ' Instead of Salem this
'year because the annual session of
the Oregon Organization of Pub
lie Health Tiaratng will he held
there March S and 10. Delegates
Cor the tuberculoaia association
meeting are expected from 24
'.counties, according to L. G.
Clarke, the president.
Revnioit flatsicday The annu
al reunion of old Troop A, Ore
iron's only tlKhtlng cavalry unit,
mustered In 1916 for Mexican bor-
der aerTlce, will be held Saturday
.night at the Multnomah hotel in
Portland, with 0 ex-mem hers ex-
peeted to sit down at the banquet
' table. George A. WhiteVot Salem.
now major general commanding
' troops In fire western states, was
elected captain of ' that cavalry
, when the group was mustered at
the Portland armory June 19,
1316. The troop was called to
" service the previous dty.
Shed dry wooa-eoai. rrompi ue-
Ilvory. Tel. 13, sarem m w.
CThle ria Kvet--At their
nietHing last night, the members
of Mcadowlark Girl Scout troop,
tiade plana to hold the meeting
."next Monday night out of doors.
" the time to be devoted to a star
,- gszing expedition and camptlre
.feed. The group will meet at C:
36 o'clock at the M. B. Hender
" son home, 1$ SO South Winter.
"All, interested girls are invited to
'.attend. If-the weather is not fa
vorable for the eutdoor session.
J an livrtnnr nrnmn will be sub-
To AuBisvllle Fifteen boys
' from Boy Scout troop' 12 here, of
whleh Kay Miller fc scoutmaster
and Don Dour is is assistant, will
be in Aumsvflle tonight to put on
the ceremony for Investiture of
the new scout troop, No. 19, at
Aumsville. The meeting ! will be
held la the high school building
there, and the P. T, A. "which is
sponsoring the troop, will serve
a dinner at 6:30 o'clock. .O. P.
West, scout executive, will also
be present from Salem.
Winners Announeeo Aisea ana
Corvhllis 'high schools won the
championships' in their respective
divisions of the middle Willam
ette valley debating league, ac
cording: to word received here. Sa
lem and Dallas tied for honors In
"the other division of the district.
Just how this tie will be worked
off has not yet been announced by
J. J. Ha user of Corvallls. chair
man for the entire district.
V; 12 and 16 inch ood, also pla
ner wood, 5.00 per cord load de
livered from car. 15.50 from yard.
Cobbs & Mitchell Co.. $49 S 12th.
Returns Due Shortly -With fed
eral Income tax returns for 1930
due to be filed not later than
March 15. a schedule" of appear
ances of the deputy tax-collector
who is assisting theserequired to
make returns is given;. SLlverton,
: at the Anderson hotel, March 5,
and 7; Woodbury at the city
hall, March 9; Stayton, at the
First National bank. March 4: Sa
lem, poetOtflce, until Mach 1 6. .
Addresses Stndetits -f. "Safety
" First'' was the subject of an in
teresting address given yesterday,
before the Salem high school stu
dent assembly by Sergeant Walter
Lansing of the state traffic force.
He outlined plans for the safely
'first contest to be conducted In
the high school. Celebrating the
birthday of Washington, a talk
was given bf Rev. George Swift,
rector of the Episcopal church., -
lUiaT-d to Meet The regular
'meeting of the Salem school board
will be held In the city superin
tendent's office tonight, beginning
at B o'clock. The board may con
sider lurtber the proposition to
construct next summer additions
to the Highland and Englewood
school buildings. This matter was
brought up for the -first time at
the lastjsesslon, -v : ! : "
Dance with S. B. A. orchestra
tonight V. park. Bring a friend.
- Krout leaders Meet The
fourth session in . the series of
&cout training courses was held
at the Willamette gymnasium last
night. Woodcarring and leather
' working were" the principal Items
et study. Following the studr, the
" sco at leaders enjoyed a "feed.".
'Hwitchcil Plates Charged
- Georce Bogasin, . 1017 . Rate
street, was arrested Sunday oa
charges of having , switched , li
cense , plates and no driver's li
cense. . - . .-; - : '
'Xftbor MeetlajC - The regular
cession of the labor trades council
s will be held at Union hall tonight."
; K J. A, Boehringer is president of
th.o council,- ' : .
Wtthrat eprmtioa or lou f
3Z9 Orsgsa BMg.
Xew Troop Meets - The pew
scout troop formed by Parrish
Junior high school, boys .will hold
Its first meeting at - the senior
high school' tonight, with Thetl
dore Roake of the state engi
neer's .department a-s scoutmast
er. Roake has had nine years'
experience In leading Bey Scouts.
Tha meeting will start at 7:15
o'clock.; j, - This- troop, which- will
have .about 30 registered" at the
start,-! sponsored by thr Kiwan
ia club of Salem. if '."
WMen's Tjnp Kxhibltton A
special feature between halves of
th WhitmM-Willamette basket
ball game. Saturday night, , was
an exhibition of tap dancing by
Miss Echo Bilderee's two classes.
An act representing farmer girls
was produced by Beulah Cramer.
Esther Arnold and Sylvia Du
Bolse. Another act "was presented
by Mildred Wtimpler, Lois Wilkes,
Caroyl Brad en, Harriett Adams,
Katherine. Mulvey, BenJah Cra
mer and Sylvia DuBeise. , - ,
s,'"'"' S "-. "''
Matthews Speaks' a LeU .
Prof. James T. Matthews of Wil
lamette 'university was the speak
er of lie day at an assembly at
Leslie junior high school. Oth
er numbers on the program in
cluded mnsic by the junior high
school orchestra, th flag: salute
snd recitation of the American's
creed, an appropriate song by the
Leslie chorus and a song by the
. Park; with U3 whila shopping,
or at the show. 15c. City Storage
Garage.j 544 Ferry. Tel. 2748.
Army Head Here-4-Enslgn lEarl"
M. Williams announces that
Brigadier and Mrs. A. E. Bayh
ton of Portland are to conduct a
special ' meeting at the local Sal
vation lArmy hall, 241 State
street, this evening at 8 o'clock.
Brigadier Baynton U the divi
sional commander - for Salvation
Army operation in the entire
state of Oregon and southern
Gartlinrr Injured Col H.
Gardiner, of 1157 North' Cottage
street, reported to the police that
an accident happened to him in
rroutof his borne -Sunday after-'
noon. His head. ; hand and leg
were Injured when he "ran from
hack of other, car in front of
home"j ! He failed to report the
full Identification of the driver
of the car that injured him.
Hold Program Leslie junior
high students had as their Wash
ington day speaker Monday
morning Prof. James ' T. Mat
thews of , Willamette university.
In addition to his address, the
program includes two selections
by the school orchestra and
songs by the eighth grade chorus.
', Trance circle will be held
Tuesday evening. 8 o'clock at
996 S. Com'l. Public invited. ,
Speeding Charged Weekend
and holiday speed law violators
who,, were, charged with speeding
by police, are as follows: Morrow !
Whilecom, 262 31st street, Port
land, SI 0 hall; Keith E. Hall, 210
North 14th street; Walter Wll
hek. Route 3; Fredrick E. Broer,
90? North 5th street.
Fail t Stop Failing to stop
at stop streets caused the arrests
of , the following. Sunday and
Monday Harry E. Karr. State
Highway commission. State
House; Russell E. Winchcomb,
1130 Oak street; Roy K. Payne,
140 North 21st street; Adolph E.
Schurt, Route 1.
Charge! With Recklewuietis
Bert Walker. 2030 Trade street,
was arrested Monday on reckless
driving charges. Chester Lank
tree, Route 4,. received a tag on
the same charge; to his was add
ed the charge of failing to stop at
a stop street. . '
Interscrtlon Crah Cross and
14th streets was the scene- of an
accident Saturday night when
cars driven by Frank Jirak, Jr.,
1290 South 14th street, and How
ard Stewart.. Route 5, clashed.
Considerable damage was done to
Wanted light and heavy hens.
Highest market price. Tel. 1880,
- Clinics Today Clinics sched
uled for today by the county
health department Include: toxin-antitoxin
clinic this morning
at Seotts : Mitts, preschool clinic'
this afternoon at Wood by rn ; and
chest clinic at the Salem healta
center this afternoon.
i ' .
Willamette Classea Meet Al
though many business houses, .
banks, public offices and schools
closed for Washington's - birth
day, -Willamette university stu
dents attended : full time classes
Monday.; . ;,.
'. . I ' . - :
Argonauts Discuas Marriage
Marriage was the subject of dis-
CUSelon di v utauici id uui t o.vj m
Dhilosophy club group at the
home of Its advisor. Professor
Ralph B. Winn, Monday night.
Dclaney"' In Seattle Manager
J. T. Delaney of the - Oregon-
Washington water company 1 la
Seattle for a short trip, and upon
the return will be accompanied
by Mrs.1 Delaney, who has been
All" "i- r torn I
; Hospital Beds ;f
" . ' . j ! For Rent "
OD 103, Csed Furniture
- 1 131 Nv lllgli
Frye Iastracta la Seattle A
letter received by Bob Boardman
at the T. M. C. A. Monday In
formed him that Stanley Frye.
former boxing instructor for the
Salem Y" and a graduate of Wil
lamette university. Is sow instrae-
hor of boxing at the Washington
Atnieuc ciub in eaiue. ine
northern athletic club baa a 2,
500,000 plant, according to Mr.
Frye's letter. Frye states that the
Washington club will be beard
from in boxing next year, although
Frye was once a national boxing
their team Is Just la trajalng now.
champion In amateur circles and
la well on the way. to doing bigger
things In the "manly sport.? ,
. 25 3et Jobs -Twenty-five men
and five women obtained -werk
last week through the federal
employment office here, accord
ing to the report of Sim. Phil
lips, director. Sixty-seven men
and 21 women registered for
work, which means slightly more
than a third found jobs." Most of
the men seeking work were com
mon laborers, with 20 registering
in tbU department and 12 secur
ing work. Fourteen farm hands
registered . and nine got Jobs. ; -
.Visit llert E. H.fMcDonaldi
of; Albany VisItedjlMonday with
his ' old i friend. C. J". Jackson,
while ' enroute home from Port-'
land where he had been visiting
a son for a few days. Mr, McDon
ald onlyTeeeatiy returned from
California, where he spent the
winter. He-and Mr. Jackson were
friends year;agJn eastern Ore
gon. . .:. i' ' " 1. ; ; '
Hits.' Then Rune A hit and
run. driver caused an accident on
the highway 12 miles south of
town Saturday according to re
port filed with the sheriff by J.
C. Simpson : of 1575 Skinner,
West Salem. ' ' No one i was hurt,
but Skinner's car was "brushed"
of t '"the road by the unknown
driver who did not stop to aid.
Visits Father Miss Maud E.
Covington, city librarian, return
ed Monday morning from Walla
Walla, where sh had spent the
week end -visiting her father,'
Melmoth A. Covington, Sr., who
has been seriously ill. Miss Cov
ington reports that -her father's
condition shows no improvement.
Wanted light and heavy hens.
Highest market price. Tel. 1880,
Cross Market. ' (
Dr. Stock well EastDrsH.' K.
Stockwell was called to Quebec
MVUUSIT uwuac vi s a V BC1 (VHP 1
illness of his mother. Or. Stockv
well was accompanied by his
aunt. Mrs. Nell Goodhue, who
had been a recent guest at ' the
Stockwell home. ; .
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Attends Meet Lee Ut Eyerly,
local airman and airplane de
signer, left - last night for St.
Louis. Mo., to attend a conven
tion of airplane dealers. The ses
Uons. will open, Friday and con
tinue through Sunday.- Eyerly
will start the return trip Sunday.
Science Clab Mee4a - ' The
Science club of Willamette uni
versity met Monday night in the
Science hall for Its regular meet
ing. Members and pledges were
Called 'to Faaeral R. W. Ta
venner, secondary supervisor In
the Salem schools, was called toj
inuepenaence sunaay , ny aeain
of Charles D. Calbreath, his
Winn Talks Culture Profes
sor Ralph B. Winn spoke to mem
bers of the University Epworth
league of the First Methodist
church Sunday night, on the sub
Here for Weekend A. J.
Craw and two daughters, Elsie
and Mabel were In Salem over
the weekend as guests of : Mr.
and Mrs. Alvln B. Stewart. f
Drnnkiness Cliarged I Walter
Syrol, Dallas, was arpested Satur
day night on charges f of being
drunk and disorderly. I
Passed by House
Yesterday ' J . j
H. B. 184 By Hamilton As
sist American. Legion to- bring na
tional 1932 convention to Port
land and authorize an appropria
tion of 825.000. ' !
H. B. 343-By Nash. Providing
that in certain instances district
school board shall constitute a
county high school board.'
H. B. 346 By Temple. Provid
ing for establishment of county
boards of health. i -
H. B. 370 By Swift.. Relating
to increase of clerical : assistants
in office of Baker county school
superintendent. I ;
H. B. 371 By Wlnslow." Set
ting apart for artificial plantation
of oysters In all of waters ef Til
lamook bay In Tillamook county
and. providing for method ; for
establishing oyster beds.
TI. B. 174 By committee on
insurance. Organizatlon-and regu
lation of fire Insurance companies..
II. B. 376 By joint ways and
means committee. ' Providing "Tor
per diem and mileage of senators
and representatives and general
expenses of 36th legislative assem
bly. v. : ' ; -
S. B. 62 By Brown.- Relating
Hie Home of
Service with a smile! I Service
that you'll admire at this pop
ular Drug Store! Come In and
try us once we're certain
that you'll return again and
become one of our many
i Quick Serrice ana Dellyery:
. . Anywhere.; p -;
. ' EMTL 'SCHAEFER, : ;r f
im Charge'f Drug Department
J. DRUG STORE ;
The original yellow front can
dy special store of. Salem. v .
1S5 N. Com'l St. Phone 107
Tenslar Agency ..
State Treasurer Declares
.: ; Oregon can Afford to
; Make Investment
State ' Treasurer Tom .TCay,
speaking before the Salem cham
ber of commerce and many mem
bers, of the state legislature,
present as guests, Monday stated
that he expected to see the day
when the principal industry of
the Willamette valley and one of
the leading- businesses of the
state would be the flax Industry.
Kay was ' speaking 'upon the
flax Industry as engaged in by
the state, and declared rumors
to the effect that the state bad
lost upwards of IISOO.HOO were
in. error. He" pointed out that
during .the past four years the'
state had lost (214.000, of 'which
8143,000; was. due - to ' decline in
crop price -and, yalue. - - In ; de
veloping this new .industry which
will place.. Oregon, above any. oth
er textile state la the future. Kay
stated 'that this money was well
spent. Soma of this, he declared,
may be recovered If prices go np.
Are Admitted V
The state has made some mis-'
takes, and there may have been
some mismanagement, but "there
has been no graft; Kay stated.
In view of the $10,000,600 ex
penditure of the state in Irriga
tion, and payment of more than
two : million - dollars in Interest
on these bonds,' which can sever
be recovered, the loss on develop
ing a new . industry has ..been
small. Kay statecT.
"If the state loses $50,000 a
year, it cannot afford to abolish
this Important Industry and - de
velopment," Kay said. "
Senator W. E. Burke inter
rupted to state that the legisla
tive ways and means committee
had no desire to abolish the in
dustry, but to seek soma method
of placing it on a paying basis.
Highland school pupils enjoyed
one of the moat elaborate Wash
ington-Lincoln 1 birthday programs
in the city, the entertainment be
ing as follows:
Song, "Long. Long Ago"; min
uet poem, Gladys Fisher; minuet
dance by Dorothy Diehm, David
MxRae, Dorothy Barham, Merle
Crowe, Frances Berger, Lycl
Lee, - Marjory Smith and Robert
to conservation of .water power re
sources of state and for use and
8. B. 168 By Bailey, Burke.
Wheeler and Representatives Gill.
Tompkins, Johnson. Howard, Law
rence, Swift and McPhilUps. Re
lating to and providing for peo
ple's utility districts.
Defeated by House
.. H. B. 187 By Glass and Sena
tor Kuck. Repealing, section code
pertaining to fish wheels on Col
umbia river. Vote, 31 against, 29
Daniel Morlarity died in this
city" February 22, aged 53 years;
father of William of Walla
Walla, Wash".; brother, of Timo
thy of Portland. Mrs. W; J. Hunt
of Seattle, Wash., Mrs. D. D. Pot
ter of Montana and " Mrs. Mary
Conners of Walla Walla. Re
mains to be forwarded to Walla
Walla Tuesday by W, T. Rigdon
and Son for services and inter
David Edward Blink horn died
In this city February 23, aged
seven days; son of Mr. and Mrs'.
J. E. Blinkhorn. Announcement
of funeral later by the Clough
A Park Cemetery
with perpetual care
Just ten minutes from the
. heart of town
City View Cemetery i
Established 1803 Tel. 1266
' - Conveniently Accessible
Perpetual care provfded for
Prlcesi Reasonable -
JL rrrrziAx otsectoss
On Sutes is Personal
Oar FrteM An XMsoasTne
or Ema is Ho4ra
license Xa&t Bsissnas.
LLOYD T. EXGSOX, Xgz.
MEMOfUALr TRIBUTE TO MEMORY
In. the passing; away from this
life to the great beyond of our es
teemed friend, Daniel J. Fry, Sr.,,
the people of Salem and ihe state
of Oregon have lost true and
tried - personality - who has " made'
his mark and left behind a name
that has tailed forth, the com
mendation of his friends and ac
quaintances. . .: V -
Mr. Fry same to Salem la 1885,
filled with' the spirit. of successV
His residence- since that time has
b)en a. successful ; business career
in bis . chosen profession as a
pharmacist. My first remembrance
of him -as long as he has been
in .our: midst has been pleasant.
He has attained a high honor in
his business. He has had long
and distinguished ' standing, kind
and considerate Iq his treatment
of his friend and with those he
dealt with. He has passed away
leaving Innumerable. persons who
will ever treasure his memory and
trust that he will be rewarded for
bis good works. He was possessed
of the milk of human kindness In'
such a large degree as to .recall
the past and Inspire us with the
fond memories of Mr. JTry "and of.
those who have ileft us for a little
while. . If r,V
Kite Season is Launched
With HplidayAiding Kids
The spirit of youth, a holiday,
blue sky, and coaxing north
wind 1 all joined forces pMonday
and the kites flew high. Out
over the South Commercial street
hllL one. of these giant kites
soared , and swished its tail while
small boys "let out string" that
it might still go higher.
There is something expressive
about the flight of a kite.. Words
do not quite fit.. It is an artful
sport a bet with the . elements
when the- crafty small boy cor
rectly adjusts his "ball" of string
or "stick" wound with string,
lifts his head as be holds his
treasured masterpiece . balanced
high in raised hand, and then
runs, needless of where his feet
tread just so his Kite Itfta" in
the space of those running
treads. i . . -
Lea per; song, "The Second Min
uet", by Lajune Cesser. Wallace
Steed, Marlon Mitchell, Robert
Lindstrom. ' Glendora Mitchell,
Maynard Edlund. Evelyn Detlefs.
Gene Ross, Geneva Lacey. Crys-'
tal Cree- and Maxine Dancer. -
Dialogue, "Uttle A. D." , by
Harold Dlgman ! and Gerald Me
Carroll; "What We Owe te
Washington" by Harold Prince;
Iflxie polka by Robert Brown,
Robert Prince, .Richard Croker,
Dean Ellis, Ernest Ju ngs in g.
Alma Dehut, Alta McKee, Betty
Biles, Beraice- : Hansen, ; Rose
Sbelrman, Evelyn Coen Dor
othy Armstrong, - Joyces Lively.
Bethel McMillan, Ada Collar; El
eanor "Bechtel, j Betty Caldwell,
Darline Hargla. Barbara Shisler
and Ruby Haiwey, "The Gettys
burg ' Address", Ivan Lowe;
L"America, the Beautiful.
miss jeva tteaity ana miss Is
abel Bartlett, the teachers, were
costumed in colonial dress for
the occasion and were assisted by
Elsie Sebern, Gene Ross, Estella
Smith, Donna Wilcox, Betty Biles
and Beryl Hansen. -
Statesman subscribers have Re
ceived a total of 32,606.66 in
claims.' paid by the North Amer
ican Aecldent Insurance Co., on
their $1.00 polldesr" - -
There May be
Poison in YOUR
' Bowels! :
STEP ' out tomorrow morning
with ' the i fresh buoyancy .and
briskness that i comes from a
clean rnteatina! . tract. 'Syrup
Pepsin -- a aoctors prescription
for the bowels -will help yon do
this. This compound of fresh
laxative herbs, pure pepsin and
other pure Ingredients will dean
you out thoroughly without
griping, sickening or discomfort.
- Poisons absorbed into the sys
tem form ! souring waste in the
bowels, cause : that dull, head
achy, sluggish, bilious condition;
coat the tongue;! foul the breath;
sap energy, strength and nerve
force. A little of Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin will clear np trou
ble like that, gently, harmlessly,
in & hurry. J The . difference it
will make in ; your feelings over
night will prove Its merit to yon.
' Dr. Caldwell! studied bowel
troubles for forty-seven years.
This long,- experience enabled
him to make ihls ' prescription
just what men, women, old peo
ple . and children . need to make
their, bdwels help themselves. Its
natural, mild.- thorough action
and its pleasant taste commend
it to everyone. That's why ."Dr.
Caldweirs SyruD pepsin,, as It
is ' called, is .the most , popular
laxative drugstores!!. ;
' Da. W. B . Calovvc u
A Doctor, family laxative,
Dr. Chasi lam
' f JSO N. Commercial
4 very Sunday 2:S0
" ....... n.W4
-.i to 5:30 p. an.
One of the most notable of the
characteristics of Mr. Fry was the
love of home life, the Interest he
manifested in his family, and the
respect for his friends. He had an
ideal conception of the beauties of
nature and an abiding faith In
our fellowmen. J v
' His broad and intelligent toler
ance of all stamped him as a per
son f wonderful thought of the
frallities of men. , v
Of the original pioneer business
men of Salem., I Know of no one
who was more thorough In 'bis
knowledge of his-work than Mr.
, Let u hope on the cesurreetlon
morn we shall meet our friend and
participate with him in the glories
that are promised.
Life's shores are shifting
- Every year;
And we are seaward drifting ' i
Every year? v-..--- . . -. ..
Old places, changing, fret ns, "
1 The living soon forget us; v
There are fewer to regr-t us - '
''Svcy year? sl,i
But the trutfr light comes nlgher
Every year.; k.-.v,-;
Earth's hold on us grow' slighter
-i And- the heavy burdens lighter.
And the dawn immortal brighter
; ' Every year.: ;
And when. It.lifU what a shout
from all the! running "bystand
ers" who follow with advice and
breathless hope .that it will go
up. And when it starts up the
heart of every lad follows it ss
do shouts and whoops ' as each
level of air and quirk of wind
lowers and raises! the floating
masterpiece. - ; i
There Is always an argument
as jto who shall get to hold the
string after the kite gets '.'id".
I Before long some one is sure to
forget, fall down,' or do some
thing similar and away gees, the
string out of a soiled fist and
the kite floats away, the ambi
tion of youthful builders set
free from their bold.
There is an oriental out at the
state prison whose great colorful
kite may be seen each spring,
floating lastly overhead, often
many, many feet in the air. and
almost out of sight. In his na
tive ' land flying kites Is one of
the chief Joys of springtime, and
his people are adepts at making
and flying these graceful crea
tures of the imagination of
-California ' is another . place
where kites fly high in the
springtime and late Into the sum
mer. Oregon boys and girls let
it be added in respect to the art
ful few who succeed in flying
kites are not as ambitions at
this sport as many; folk. Perhaps
the trees get la the: way whereas-
the open spaces mt sage brush
and prairie call fogth a desire to-
see . "floating beauties in the
sky'V' : '
At-arty rate in Salem - a few
kites are- flying with the spring
sanshfne- and brisk wind a buoy
ant token that youth has been
touched with the magic wand of
THE NEW MAYTAG
Here Is worthy coca
penion to the IXaytag
Washer. Because of its
exclusive Alakrocns .
Thermo-Plate, it heats
faster and irons better.
It is separate complete
unit which can be used
la any room in the bouse.
PHONE for a Maytag Waghen ;
FOil PD'.VER UK
Application was filed with the
state-engineer today by the Co
lombia River Power company for
a permit io appropriate 0,000
cable feet, per second from the
Columbia river In the vicinity of
Cascade Locks jfor development
Of 235,000 theoretical horsepow
er at a cost prtlSTOeO.OOO
The application .states that the
company proposes to- begin con
struction whenever rights to pro
ceed have been granted, and that
application has already . been
made to the federal power com
mission for a preliminary permit
for this project. Investigation to
be made under the preliminary
permit would include surveys, dia
mond drill borings and geological
Information at an estimated cost
The plant proposed -would be
located on the Washington shore
ef the Columbia river and consist
of , an open ; canar 6500 feet or
more in length, 'delivering water
to tunnels through which it would
he carried into a forbay and
thence to the power house. The
open canal would be. 300 to 400
feet wide on the bottom and have
a depth of 75 to to feet The
canal would discharge Into five
tunnels about 7500 feet- long.
These tunnelsw ould be 45 to 0
feet la diameter and spaced about
250 feet apart.
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tell yoa more about them. They are reasonably priced
from $35.00 up.
, Pomeroy & Keene
JEWELSRS AND 6PTICIAN3
j--: .17 State Street Next to Postal Telegrsph
PHONE for a Maytag Washer,
a Maytag Ironer or both. Judge
them on performance in your
home. If the Maytag doesn't
sell itself, don't keep it. Divided
payments youll never miss.
THE MAVTAG COMPANY.
"MAYTAG PACIFIC C03IPANY .
222Va Sixth Street Portland, Ore. . ,
159 S. Commercial St- Phone 2218 Salem, Ore.
Utility Tariff sL.
- 'Put Off Aanin
The public lefTlce commission
Monday further suspended the
tariffs of the Columbia Utilities
company to May 1, 1931. These
tariffs were filed December 1,
1930, and ; provided Increased
rates for telephone service at
Eagle Point, Butte Falls, Pros
pect, Merrill and Malln.
Ladd & Bush, Bankers
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