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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem. -Orero, Friday Moraine. January 22. 1922
-SHORT Of j,
Parent-Teacher Team Gets r
Pledge From Every one
Solicited to Date
Contlnad from page I)
ual conditions in their home town
that they would not take a great
deal of money for. The enormity
of unemployment and actual want
existln in the city has been a
revelation and the general feeling
seems to he that the workers in
this nlan are all more satisfied
with, his or her individual lot, he
what it may, than they were be
fore the canvass started.
Human Nature Study
"We can well recommend . that
any man or woman, who wants an
1 aside view of a cross section of
life signify their willingness to
itin in this lob . Dromotlns cam
paign by either registering at the
chamber or commerce, or wun
any of the 15 captains.
: The executive committeemen
reeognlze that to many people the
idea of the Work Promotion plan
was probably presented cold, or
that the wife had not bad oppor
tunity to discuss the matter with
her husband. In many of these
rases, after the matter has been
duly thought over and the true
possibilities of the plan have be
come apparent, decisions win oe
arrived at to go ahead with some
tort of work, and the employment
fThese people the committee
urges not only to go ahead with
the work as soon as possible, but
also to call the chamber of com
merce and record their pledge. It
is only by mass effort and indi
vidual realization that his pledge
whether small or large, is only
one of several hundred of similar
pledges, that the greatest success
can be realized."
FEDERAL PROBE OF
WASHINGTON. Jan. 21
(AP) The department of Justice
is Investigating a complaint of
the Independent milk dlstribu
tors' association of Portland
against the Carnation milk com
Officials said today "a com
nlalnt" had been received and
was being looked Into in eonnec
tion with a general inquiry Into
charges ot price fixing and con-
troi by a numoer 01 me diK mus
The Portland complaint was
received today. It was said. Offi
cials declined to discuss it in de
tail, however, saying the results
would be made public when the
whole Investigation is completed.
How much time the investigation
will require has not been lndi
rated. The.reneral inquiry be
gan a year ago.
Catt Resigns as
Peace Move Head$ wa" t,ned ,60 for
WASHINGTON, Jan. 21 (AP)
Carrie Chapman Catt, feeling
that "one can't go on forever,'
stepped from the driver's seat to
day in the national organization
she formed to further one of two
causes with which her name Is
linked around the world.
At the Insistence of the 73-year
old woman's suffrage and world
peace leader, the nominating com
mittee of the national conference
on the cause and cure of war re
turned a slate leaving oft the
"chairman" which has stood for
seven years before the name of
Al Smith Avers
Can9 be Beaten
NEW YORK, Jan. 21 (AP)
Former Governor Alfred E. Smith
who has never hesitated -to de
clare himself an anti-prohlbitlon-Iit.
said tonight he believed re
peal ot the eighteenth amendment
to be impossible.
"But," he hastened to add, "I
also believe you can make an
other amendment which will pro
vide that any state against prohl
. bitlon can come up from under
neath and take control . ot such
affairs with the approval of the
As T. A. Livesley was unable to
address the Fraternis club, meet
ing at .The Spa last night, as
scheduled, the members gave im
promptu humorous talks on the
slated subject, "LSgalization of
Beer". Twenty-five members were
VESSEL STILL FLOATS
VICTORIA, B. C, Jan. 21
(AP) Abandoned about 18 days
ago during a storm when she be
came disabled, the Tamaho Maru
has been sighted and N. Y. K. of
flclals said here today It was pos
sible her cargo may be at least
GRANGERS TO MEET
FAIRFIELD. Jan. 21. , Fair
field grange members will enter
tain their families and friends at 1
the hall Friday night. Dancing
wiu pa tne main 'diversion.
. Hal i Wingar, whose o a 1 y
knowm address is Salem, last
night was arrested 'by eity police
on a charge ot being drunk. -
Too Late to Classify
ZS " -
jacaie uooper ana Irene Ricn la a
scene from the feature picture.
"The Chimp." which win open
with Saturday night preview
at Warner Bros. KUlnore. .
fOontliraed from pace 11
concern which Is expected to open
around February 1.
S. m. Earle and P. H. Bell, real
estate agents, will move from 20S
to 224 North High street In the
The Vanity Hat and Dress shop.
now located at 387 Court street
in the Wagner building, will be
in the High street side of the Sen
ator building by the first of the
Carl and Bowersox, grocers now
doing business next to the Vanity
at 303 Court street, expect to
move to the. 387 Court street lo
cation for better space late In
Mack's, -women's apparellers
now located at High and Center
streets, will be moved to 415
State street, the site recently va
cated by the Foot Health Shoe
company, plans call for opening
the new store about February 15
after addition of a balcony, and
Women s parlor in the basement
iae r ow tieaiiQ anoe company
now is in its new shop at 143
worm niRn sireei.
Medical - Dental headquarters,
1 a. a. - A. Ml jla
laieiy tocaiea in ine mismore i
atre building, yesterday was open
ed In the new office, northwest
corner of High and Ferry streets.!
Rich L. Reiinan, real estate
agent, last week moved from the
pnffVihn ntti 17s smith Hiirh
ltreeti to a large office of nia own
at 185 Ferry street.
In Traffic War
Two arrests and one fine were
reported-at the city hall yester
day as the result of the move of
city police against reckless mo
Arthur C. Kornaharens of
Earl Shedlck, 8 IS South 21st
street, was arrested on a charge
of speeding and Sam McClintlc,
ftzs rnortn zotn street, on a
charge ot failing to stop at i
Chief Frank Minto has an
nounced that the stop-street reg
ulations will be enforced to the
To Wait Return
i , - i . 9
Df h& fnTtfrnnr Pn the streets congealed and pre
KJl llie VUVernur sented a glare of Ice to the late
Whether the state will proceed
'with the construction of the new
325,000 vault, authorized by the
1931 legislature, will not be de
termined until Governor Meier re
turns Jjom Washington. This was
announced at the executive - de
partment Thursday. The construc
tion was requested in connection
with the Job promotion campaign !
now being conducted here.
Plans were prepared for the
vault several months ago, but con
struction operations later were
abandoned for financial reasons.
The estate of Robert Ponrsitt,
deceased, has a value of 315,753,
according to an appraisal tiled
late yesterday in probate court
here. Chief assets are secured
tftntl unsecured notes, the bulk of
the secured notes consisting of
tirst - mortgage obligations on
Marlon county lands. D. E. Mc-
Arthur and Ida E. McArthur are
administrators ot the estate. The
appraisers were Otto Miller, H. C
Mack and "Eugene Courtney,
MRS. MURDOCH BETTER
MONMOUTH, Jan. 21 Mrs
J. L. Murdock, who Tuesday un
derwent an operation at a Eugene
hospital for cataract on her left
eye, is Making satisfactory lm-
proremeni, according to a mes
sage received here from her
daughter, Mrs. Lee Griner. Mrs.
Murdock Is past 70. and has been
suffering a gradual loss ot eye-
; signi ror several years.
Yarncr Bros. Ehinort
Tomorrow (Saturday) ?
At 1:00 P. M.
PRIZES I FUN
Special Number front
Barbara Barnea School of
Some Improvement is Seen
Thursday; Fery Much
Hurt, Will Live
f Continued from page 1)
The services will be held from
the Weddle chapel. Stayton. at 2
o'clock tomorrow afternoon with
Rev. Lyman of the Christian
church, officiating. Interment will
be in the . me Oak cemetery.
Chris Glebler was born In Wis
consin on August" 11, 185. He
had made his home In the Stay-
ton district for many years. He
was a bachelor. Surviving him are
three brothers: John of Sublim
ity, Peter of Albany and William
Mrs. Siegmund, who died before
physicians could reach the scene
of the accident, was born at Jef
ferson on May 39, 187S to Wil
liam H. B. and Mabel Stewart, pi
oneer residents of that district.
Her maiden name was Jessie Flor
ence. She is survived by her wi-
aower and four children. Ken
neth, Ralph, Alta and Alma.
Mrs. Frank Fery, who was kill
ed Instantly, was born in LeMars,
ia., on October 4, 1886. Surviv
ing are the widower, and four
children, Charles, Harry, Elmer
ana jsua, an of Stayton.
STORE EXPENSE IS
Expense of operating Safeway
stores In 21 states. Canada and
the Hawaiian Islands is graphical
ly pictured in an unusual display
in the local store at 162 North
w. b. omun. local manarer
says the figures quoted were se
cured from the nation-wide sur
vey made early In 1911. when ev
ery employe filled out a question
naire Diank and presented Indi
The display takes no the entire
window and is quite elaborate.
ana contains 18
maps, charts, ngures and cut-outs
all in full color. It gives the home
Dusiness ana social Interest nf
9329 employes of the SafewiT
CHICAGO, Jan. 21 (AP)
Railway managements of the
United States offered today to do
everything practicable" to sta
bilize employment If their or
ganized workers would "contri
bute toward a general revival of
business'' by accepting a ten per
cent wage reduction.
Labor had asked for the
whole picture" of the financial
difficulties of the carriers. Dan
iel Willard, president of the Bal
timore it Ohio, answered with
statistics it had taken two days
to compile. The picture, he said.
was or an industry rapidly losing
credit, raelng additional bank
ruptcies unless help arrived
Ice Prevails on
Jack Frost cooled his name to
Ice early this "morning and drew
the mercury down below the
freezing point. Moisture collected
mi la a
ine lau in temperature was a
continuation of the downward
trend noted since Wednesday. On
that day the maximum was 51 and
the minimum 37 while yesterday
was 41 and the
The weather prediction is fair.
warmer on Saturday
ROBBERS MAKE HAUJL
NEW YORK. Jan. 21 (AP)
rinree men. noslnx as boot
leggers,- Invaded the East 67th
street home of Harry Glemby to
day, knocked a butler uncon
scious, bound four members of
the household and scooped 41
pieces or Jewelry, valued at
S347.00Q In gems from a wall
ft " A HOME-OWNED THEATRE W TODW
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SPECIAL, NOTICE! V
Wouldn't yoa like to entertain
on the stage some clab meeting?
AH yoa have to do la leav your
name with, the
Mickey Mouse sec
retary she will
let yoa know when
you can come down
- and try out. Not
niuch'to do so
hand " In your name next time
you come to club meeting.
n m .!-. I
juvia yjim-ut. a-uu ai
derson have built up a Mickey I
Mouse orchestra that every onel
"?ri .ir' t l
RJcker Dm Woodrr Qlen Wood- half hour BPent ln t
5?ck' In.Worr' 5?.; I lag old friends, the meeting was
ard lames. David Talmadge, Deaa
Ellis. "Felix" French, Merle
Walts, Harold Jepsen, "Bad1
Mercer, Emory Bremmer, Alena
Bremmer, Elmer Amnnsen, Mar-
i r v mil T-td... 1
Have yoa found oat whether
not yoa have a twin? .
Today at C o'clock ends the
limerick contest tor the week.
The limerick 1st
Pluto the pup was
Lonesome and sad
He was chained np for
Being . bad.
But a wise old goose
Turned Pluto loose
We're going to have a cracker
eating contest tomorrow If you
want to be ln It, be sure and
give me your name when you
come Into the theatre.
otv . m m m a i
w ate Q i or announcement ul i
the annual Warner Bros. Els!-
nore and Oregon Statesman
a nni.f i
r,. .oo) Af nitrin a urn.
phone well was revealed by Dean
Ellls. who nlaved It on the stage
last Saturday, when he said "It
takes practice to play a saxo
The rest of the program was
composed of vocal solos sung by
Rita Mae Hill. Btfrdelle Wade.
Cora Edgell, Betty Brandt. Ruth
Foregaurd. 11 a Cantor, and Lolse
Have you been following the
Adventures of Mickey Mouse'
In The Oregon Statesman every
morning? It's the first thing I
look at. when I get up la the
Miss Barnes told me that she I
is going to send down something
special for entertainment tomor
Don't forget the Mickey Mouse
club meets at 12:45 at Warner
Lads Trying to
See Show Free
When the three lads who on
Wednesday night were caught
ln an attempt to break Into the
rear of the Grand theatre ln or
der to see the show free appeared
in municipal court yesterday.
Judge Mark Poulsen reprimand
ed them soundly and told them
not to repeat the offense, then
The boys, all under 16 years
of age. were: Roger Wicklander,
1782 South 12th street; Gordon
King. 1770 South Liberty street,
and Albert Green 1130, Union
street. The charge placed against
them was "disorderly conduet'
MACLEAT, Jan. 21 The M.
Kephart home was the scene of a
pleasant affair Monday night
when Mr. and Mrs. Kephart en-
tertained honoring Mrs. Kephart's
father, H. O. Taylor "of Salem on
the occasion of his birthday. Oth
ers present were Mr. and Mrs.
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Patton,
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Martin, Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. C. Tekenburg and
the host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs.
guests iii smi
District Association Holds
The Salem Masonla lodges were
Wednesday evening hosts to the
recently organised Masters and
Wardens association ot the Salem
district. This district comprises
me aiasonic lodges within a ra-
dins of 20 miles of 8alem. 12 In
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the Masonic temple.
sociatlon. A short business session
was held during which a number
of matters of especial Interest, to
Oregon Masons were discussed.
Following the business session.
w" w ouioi uuuou UJ LI-
readings, after which the
ladletinn TTprhorf t tm. I
Mme. " V"f.M
great Interest to those present.
tie touched upon many matters
Just now on the program of the
Grand Lodge, and gave some ad
vance Information of events and
plans for the future.
Ot Interest to the general nub
ile la the plan for a great celebra
tion to be held ln the Portland au
ditorium February 20 ln com-
memoratlon of the 200th anni
versary of the birUi of George
wasnington. TUls will be a areat
occasion, and an appropriate pro
gram is in the matin. There lm
no donht hut t -,,i?:-t
be naeiifl tiT "r" Zl"
grand master warn w.i .1
nlanded t fha vi. m I
The next meeting of the associ-
ation will be held in Salem on th.
ninuiiir it mhv i w wtkam
T",'. "" t
suii larger audience
wul " Present. All those attend
idc weanesoaT niD-ht' m
omausiasuc concerning thelr";
now organization and th ni.,. u
Wda flr to make for ltselt ,n M-
"""T " ais aismct.
Mrs. Jennie Thatcher Chap
man, who was born May H.
1852, in Iowa, while her parents
were crossing: the nlalns. d"rt at
her home here Thursday.
iter parents. Mr. and Mrs. H.
M. Thatcher, located in Califor
to Oreron i.m'T,7
V . .1 M
tft M.Kinr, r. -
"O'-r waw -ww blm uiiinvni
of sixteen years. He died many
Mr. rh.n.T. . .
of the Congregational church TTor
VN Aa& W a A a
uivi iuau iu years, ana waa
charter member of the
chapter. Eastern Star.
surviving ber are thrw chil
dren. Miss Oda Chapman and
Mrs. Lot L. Pearce of Salem, and
Mrs. ixru Mack ot Los Angeles.
!'R,gdon'B mrt"T here at
j 1:10 p. m. Saturday. Interment
runerai services will be hM
in the Odd Fellows
The present should be chimney
cleaning time Harry Hutton, Sa
lem fire chief, declared yesterday
in commenting on the larre num
ber of chimney tires to which
the dannrtmont rMMl1 haa )voan
cauea. xesieroay morning a I
chimney blase occurred at 981
Fifth street and on Wednesday
the department answered four
The popular Idea of cleaning
a chimney by burning It out Is
false, according to the chief.
Burning out a chimney only pre-
pares It for a more serious fire
later. A chimney properly may
be cleaned by scraping the flue
bare with chains, he said.
Where Life fs Measured
, A love Drama Is Untangled I
TKriiU as boundless
i &th Sea l
w a saar jma- mat m .
Br OLIYB M. DOAX
WARNER BROS. CAPITOL
Today Jack Holt la "Fifty
Fathoms Deep". ' -
WARNER BROS. KLSIXORJB
Today James Dunn in "Over
THB GRAND ,
Today Douglas Fairbanks.
Jr. in "I Like Tour Nerve."
Today Tom Tyler ln 'Part-
ners of the Trail."
A large interest Is being shown
ia the play "The Thirteenth
Chair" which will be produced to
night at the Salem high school au
ditorium with members of Wil
lamette university faculty taking
the roles. Among those to appear
ia the cast is R. R. Hewitt, deaa
of the law school, Prof. W. C.
Jones, Prof, and Mrs. Herbert
Rahe, and Prof. Cecil Monk.
Jack Holt la his latest thrill
plcfre, "Fifty Fathoms Deep,"
opens today at. the Capitol. It's a
QP arama wun iois 01 rea-
bled drama, thrilling suspense
and4 romance, the underwater
deep sea drama with lots of red-
scenes of a rescue of one diver by
another being intensely exciting.
Loretta Sayers, Richard Cromwell
and Mary Doran are also ln the
Hollywood rumor has it that
the screen is due tor a wave of
human interest stories. Not im
possible romance, but stories that
deal truthfully with the
sentiments of the heart as are ex
perienced by real, human, flesh
and blood people. The first ot
these vivid Incidents of Ufe was
"Bad Girl", and now is "Over the
Hill" opening today at the Elsl-
"Over the Hill" is the film that
rf, 10 8Cn u v 01
8 Un.t .da-.'
tired to private life at the height
y nAnnHtT 1 vain mm
"V " V,Z 't
Henry King, whose directorial
successes Include ''Merely , Mary
" "Lightnln' " and "Tol'able
David." directed the production.
Seniors won the honors ln the
song and yell contest at the high
school yesterday, winning first
place In each event. Juniors won
second ln the song contest and
the Sophomores second ln the yell
Sophomores and seniors attend
ed the assembly and the yells and
songs given by each class. Helen
Benner was composer ot the win-
?L " 'oil..:
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- J igauug ior saiem
SXff 5.. .T'
And never give in;
th.!L 2d' " "JM!;
Our teams are sure to make a
Telling for Salem with all your
Tou'll help the teams to each do
In all you do and all that yoa say,
Fight for Salem! Fight!"
The senior yell was as follows:
"Rocky Eye! Rocky Eye! Zip!
Shigerata! Shingerata! Salem
Zip Zum! Zip Zum! Rah! Rah!
Ttkjngs!! Vikings!! Ah! Ah!
Judges were: J. C. Nelson, Miss
Beryl Holt and Miss June Phll
pott. Five points ln lnterclass rivalry
competition will be awarded the
winner, three points to second and
one point to third.
I UllllCl UUlUiCl
Takes Own Life
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 21.
(AP) Thomas Earl, discharged
soldier from Fort Stevens, Ore.
shot and killed himself ln a hotel
here last night after he had set
flra to the bed and furniture in
Officers believe he lay down
on the pyre and fired a bullet
through his head.
of thi Sea
D COURSES IRE
OFFERED AT W. 0.
Additional Subject to be
Given in Several of
Several new courses will be
given next semester at Willamette
university, according to Registrar
Tenneat's statement Wednesday.
Copy has been prepared for the
1932-38 Willamette catalogue
which is ready for the printers as
soon as the board of trustees has
completed the semi-annual meet
ing to be held February 1.
New courses will be offered in
several fields of study. Ia biol
ogy new courses will be advanced;
morphology, a class ln special in
vestigations and biology seminar.
all advanced courses.
In chemistry a course in qual
itative analysis will be given, par
ticularly for pre-medlcs majors.
Pacific northwest history and
research methods in history will
be offered budding chroniclers. It
wiu a iso na possible lor a com
blned history and American gov
ernment major to be taken.
History ot education and high
school methods will be offered
International economic nroblems.
criminology and theories of crim
inal punishment are others to be
Old testament history and Chris
tianity and modern social prob
lems will be offered for upper di
vision students in religion.
The law school will give an
advanced course ln real nroDertv
and also change the credit rating
or some or the present courses to
give more emphasis to the pertin
The new policy of Willamette
university is to grve no graduate
work, since facilities are insuffi
cient at present to' offer top work
of that nature.
SHELBURN. Jan. 21. Mrs.
Otis Myers, who died at the home
near Stayton Monday night after
long illness, came to Shelburn
small girl, with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. William Zlnk She 1
grew to womanhood ln this com- j
munity. She married Otis Myers
about 40 years ago and moved to
the home near Stayton where she
had since resided.
She leaves her husband and five
children, three brothers and two
sisters to mourn her departure.
Funeral services were held at
the Christian church in Stayton
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. McCUln
spent Monday ln Jefferson wHh
Mr,! Mcclain's brother, w. 8. Me-
Claln, and family, and met for
the first time their niece, Lora
Lue. who has recently come to
stay at the W. S. McClaln home.
Mr. Landers ot the Baptist
church ln Stayton will conduct
church services at the Shelburn
Community church Sunday at
2:30 p. m.
A HOME OWNED THEATRE
TODAY A SATURDAY
Mickey Moose Matinee
Saturday 1:30 P. M.
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A THRILLER OP THE WEST
Also Boj Friend Comedj
News, Cartoon Comedy
PROBING THE SOUL OF
ITS LOVE LIFE AND
WILL ENCHANT YOU!
A " : ii rrn
FILES FOB SENATE
Robert Gordon Duncan Says
Business Must be Freed.
Rights Given Back
Robert Gordon Duncan of Port
land, self-styled "Oregon wild
cat", filed In the state department
here Thursday his declaration of
candidacy tor the republican Dom
ination for the office of United
States senator at the primary elec
"To restore confidence la our
government we must unshackle
basin ess," Duncan's statement
read. "We must restore the rights
and privileges of the people. We
must free men from the galling
yoke of monopoly and give the
plowboy a chance to raise above
the plowhandles. Also we must
abandon prohibition and elimin
ate the grafters now grown to ap
palling numbers under the system
of oppression used by the privi
leged few to enslave the many.
"Concentration of wealth and
power in the hands of a f?w men
has brought upon the country
the wage slavery foreseen "by Ab
raham Lincoln at the close of the
Civil war. Therefore, It is the is
sue of 1860 over again. Monopoly
has filled oar cities with silent
factories, our country lanes with
penniless tramps. The chain sys
tem has been weighed and found
'To save the republic from civ
il strife and bolshevism we must
return to the teachings of our
The proposed trip to Portland
by the Salem Chemeketans to
take part in the winter sports
jambouree there Friday night has
been called off because not a suf
ficient number registered. Chem
eketaas plan to hold their annual
banquet Saturday night. Some
may go to Government Camp on
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loss of appetite and energy that so
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Recent laboratory tests show that
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Ia addition. All-Bbjlx contains
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Special cooking processes make
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Serve ALL-BaAX as a cereal with
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THIS TENDER DRAMA
WILL DIM TOUR EYES
OPEN YOUR HEART
WITH LOVE AND
GLADDEN YOU WITH
NEW LIFE I
Starts TODAY -
v Fur. Croat apt. Close In, Ml i Win-1
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