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Oregon, Thursday Morning. February 25, 1932
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President Epley to Greet
Expected 300 Guests
At Elks' Temple
' Continued from pee H
"Simplified Technique for Relin
ing Pull Upper and Lower Den
tures." . -
The program for today Includes
address on achievements of the
past 10 years by Dr. Mulberry at
10:40 o'clock: lecture and slide
on "Conduct! to Anaesthesia" by
Dr. Wallace C. Shearer of Port
land at 11: SO; lecture and clinic
on gold foil by Dr. E. M. Jones of
Burlington, Wash., at 1:30
Clinical programs at 2 o'clock
will be followed by address by
Dr. Trosper. Participating In the
elinie will -be members of the
, Portland Gold Foil Study club:
,-Dr. Dal Fisher, Dr. John Kuratll.
DT. Walter It. Johnson. Dr. T. C.
Bailey, Dr. Coirister Wheeler, Dr.
Thomas 8. Dulin Jr.. Dr. Gay A.
Woods Dr. William 8nook, Dr. M.
A; Milne, Dr. Ronald Hood and
Dr. Ai. G. Rossman.
"Following Dr. Trosper's talk,
anaesthesia cllaic will be con
ducted by Drs. Wallace Shearer of
Portland, Roy F. West of Seattle.
B. F. Pound and A. D. Woodman
The annual banquet will be
held at the Marion hotel at 6:30
nVlnrfr tonlrht. and Is for mem
bers an dthelr wives. Dr. MlHber
ry will be the speaker and presen
tation of life memberships to 25
year men will be made.
Dr. D. C. Burton of Salem has
charge of the banquet, and is
chairman of the entertainment
committee. Other entertainment
arranged Includes trips through
the state feeble minded and insane
hospitals: a golf tournament at
the Salem golf club Saturday
morning, both Saturday.
Wives Guests at
Wives of dentists will enjoy a
theatre party at the Elslnore this
ifternoon at 2:30 o'clock and will
attend the banquet tonight. Fri
day a luncheon will be held at the
Gray Belle, followed by cards at
the Elks' temple. 5:30 o'clock
buffet super at the temple and a
social meeting at 7:30 at the same
place. The women's entertainment
Is in charge of a committee of Sa
lem women headed by Mrs. H. C.
J. Q, Young of Portland Is president-elect
of the society, G. C.
Finlay, Roseburg, vice-president,
and FVW. Holllster. Portland, secretary-treasurer.
Foyd Utter is
the only Salem member of the
executive committee of 13 mem
AT COil SCHOOL
u!nud from W
overs ana servea n miui. uj
emergency. They also prepared a
platter meal using that old favorite-Zoomed
beef and garnished
wirh spiced .dried prunes.
in the second cooking scnooi
session Misses Sansom and Brown
rill feature, the buffet supper and
'the proper foods for informal en
tertainlne. She will open the sea-
sion with a demonstration of the!
famous wnite caxe wmcn u&s
won prizes in many of the cook
ing schools conducted by Julia
Life Wright, national director of
the Safeway Homemakers' Bu
Reach New High
Dog license receipts at the coun
t tr clerk's office reached a new
high Wednesday when approxl
; mat ely 530 was taken in during
the day. Female dog license fees
are S3 and male's 32. February 29
marks tho end of the period be
fore the penalty Is Invoked. After
that time a $2 additional fee is
charged each dog owner.
PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 24
f API Three Portland milk deal
ers wero fined S25 each in muni
cipal court here today for misla
, beling milk. They were accused of
putting grade A labels on bottles
containing grade D milk.
These-fined were N. M. Galash
of the. Cotton wood dairy: P. Sum-
ski of the-Kenton dairy: and A.
Alplanalp, employe of the White
A HOME-OWKED THEATRE
Last Times Today
. MIRIAM HOPKINS
Also Additional Comedy,
News, & Burton Holmes
Coming Friday & Satarday
By OLIVE M. DOAK
Today. Edmund Lowe and
Lois Moran in "Transatlan
tic." Friday Jack Holt and
Tom Moore in "The Last
WARNER BROS. CAPITOL
Today Marie Dressier in
"Emma," held over by de
mand. WARNER BROS. ELSINORE
Today Tallnlah Bank
head in "The Cheat."
Friday Charlotte Green
wood and Bert Lahr in "Fly
Today Cllve Brook in
Friday Leila Hyams and
William Haines in "Get-Rlcb-
Joe Krechter, Salem boy whose
parents live at 152 South Church
street, Is appearing in a Vltaphone
act at the Capitol theatre. The act
Is "Old Songs for New' featuring
Georgia Stoll, who Is also known
to Salem theatre-goers, as he was
featured In specialties at the
Broadway in Portland for a long
Young Krechter once played in
dance orchestras here, then joined
Stoll'a group of musicians at the
Broadway and accompanied Stoll
"Emma" just had to be held
over another day at the Elslnore.
There were too many requests by
persons who hadn't been able to
see it, to be Ignored.
tContlnned from page 1)
The Chinese warned foreign
shipping & war from the Japanese
military base on the Whangpoo
a step that was taken as notifi
cation that they were determined
to stop with guns the Japanese ef
fort to land two divisions of army
Same military observers expect
ed that the Chinese would seize
the offensive with a mass attack
on the Japanese positions in Hong
kew, hoping to clean them up be
fore the enemy's strength was
doubled by Incoming units already
reported on the way.
All foreign consuls were asked
by the Chinese authorities to get
their nationals out of all sections
of Shanghai close to the Hocgkew
stronghold without delay.
SILVERTON. Feb. 24 (Spe
cial) The Severaon rooming
house on Second street was de
stroyed by fire early this morn
ing. Origin of the blaze which was
discovered about 2:30 a.m., was
The building belonged to A. C
Kelson of Junction City. He was
i planning 10 reopen u ana a junc-
tion City man whose name was
not learned, was here to repair
the building. He was sleeping In
the structure and escaped In his
pajamas, losing all of his clothing,
By Leona Hall
Leon a M. Hall has filed suit for
divorce In circuit court here from
Erie F. Hall, to whom she was
married April 24, 1924 in Corval-
11s. She claims he has become In
fatuated with another woman.
Mrs. Hall asks $25 a month ali
mony. She says her husband, a
barber, ts amply able to pay this
amount. She wants her name of
Leona M. Fullerton restored to
P. E. O. TO MEET
WOODBURN. Feb. 24 "The
History of Champoeg" will be the
toDic Thursday night, when tho
Woodburn chapter of P." E. O.
meets at the home of Mrs. caro-
Ivn Evenden. Mrs. V. D. Bain has
charza of arrangements for tne
A Home-Owmed Theatre
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In Favor of Co-op is
(Continued from p&ff 1)
cooperative at Portland, refuted
this assertion by declaring that in
Portland, while prices had been
both raised and lowered to greater
degrees than the two-cent dis
crepancy between C and B grades
in Salem, no change was notice
able in consumption of milk.
Pasteurization, held the distrib
utors, makes D grade milk, which
is not inspected, safe for consump
tion. Dr. Douglas declared how
ever, that "pasteurization was not
meant to make dirty milk clean.
but merely to give added protec
Although in final analysis the
hearing was for the purpose of
considering whether or not con
sumers should have C grade milk
If they desired, no consumers
were on hand to express an opln-
on. Attending the meeting were
35 milk producers, ' distributors
and health officials. . .
Earl Sonner, who also travels
under name of B. W. Brown, will
appear in justice court today for
arraignment on an assault and
battery charge. He was arrested
at his home on route eight, Sa
lem, yesterday afternoon by Con
stable W, E. DeLong, and is be
ing held in the county jail.
Arrest was made on complaint
of Mrs. Grace Brown, who lives
with Sonner but who has admit
ted to authorities that she Is not
his wife. They have one child
and each is said to have children
by a previous union.
The quarrel which led to the
arrest occurred Monday at the
home, she claiming that Brown
injured her wrist and otherwise
Wilfred M. Moses, formerly
manager of the Southwest Credit
bureau in San Luis valley, Color
ado, but now with the Union State
Life insurance company working
out of Portland, spoke before the
Salem Retail Credit association at
the session yesterday noon.
Moses urged all members of the
credit association to make Inquir
ies through the association and
not to the individual members,
pointing out that only through
the association office could the
correct estimate of the paying
IN ASSAULT CASE
f 111 MEN
A WEEKLY EVENT!
to the Patrons of Warner ' Brothers Theatres
All patrons attending the Elsinore or
Capitol Theatre tonight are cordially
invited to remain for dancing in the
foyer of the Elsinore immediately
after the last show.
BOOTS GRANT AND HIS BAND!
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Selected Vilaphone Varieties
Warner Bros. News-
habits b obtained. -
' Response from McNary, Haw
er. Steiwer and other congress
man to the credit association's re
solution favoring changes la the
national bankruptcy act were read
by L R. Sehoettler. Of tn six re
plies received, those of Hawiey
and Steiwer wero most encourag
ing to the credit men's causa.
A committee composed of Dr.
Henry Morris, Phil Holmes and J.
F. Welsser was appointed to con
fer with insurance representatives
la the city relative to credit mat
ters, and to extend the agents' in
vitation to meet with th credit
The moving picturl committee
representing 18 women's clubs of
Salem met Tuesday afternoon
with a newly appointed moving
picture committee from the Salem
Ministerial anion, whoso chair
man is Rev. J. R. Simond, and
considered plans for activity.
The plans for action on the part
of the women's clubs committee
which Is headed by Mrs. M. D. Mc
Callister, have had to do with the
improvement of the typo of show
offered to Mickey Mouse matin
ees and Mrs. McCallister reported
excellent cooperation on the part
of Manager Rice, and his success
or. Manager Carey.
The committee is now Interest
ed giving heavy hacking to those
pictures coming to local picture
houses awh!ch have received the
stamp of approval of the Califor
nia Preview board of Women
Copies of the names of endorsed
pictures from this group will be
placed in prominent places in Sa
lem where the publlo may see
them and know what ' pictures
have received the Support' of the
local women's clubs 1 as" well as
those of California clubs. Pic
tures aot approved will be let pass
The ministerial anion commit
tee joins the women's elubs com
mittee In support of this policy.
As to the Saturday midnight pre
view the women's clubs committee
will take no action, according to
Mrs. McCallister, the committee
feeling that this is a question for
the homes to settle rather than
for clubs to Interfere. No com
ment was definitely made as to
the slant on the part of the minis
terial onion committee in regard
to the midnight preview.
Peak Passed in
In County, City
The peak of the Influenza epi
demic seems to have passed, both
In the county and in the city. Dr.
Vernon A. Douglas, county health
officer announced yesterday. The
epidemic started In the county and
spread to Salem.
Dying down of the epidemic
was noticeable a the high school.
Yesterday only 90 students were
absent. In contrast with an aver
age of around 150 during the first
three weeks of the new semester.
The story of a husband
who wandered and - a
wife who wondered why.
GOOD PICTURES TO
BE GIN BBC
And It9 a Bjf
HORRORS OF WAR
TOLD ID LETTERS
(Continued from sat 1)
sniping. The Chinese try to get
Into the Chapel district whlph
the Japanese' have taken over
and they shoot. Then the Japa
nese shoot and take off as pri
soners most any Chinese In the
general direction. The paper re
ports that ISO suspects wero
killed by the Japanese this
Margaret wrote another letter
dater February 1. -
"Oh, Mother, this war . Is hor
rible," she said. "Last night the
fighting- was even worse. There
were 20 new? fires started in the
North second. Six thousand
Americana are arriving today to
protect the settlement.
"Stories of Japanese cruelty
are likely exaggerated as was
propaganda during the war but
at best, from all we know,
Japan's attitude seems absolutely
"Yesterday we viewed the
North district through glasses
from the roof of the navy Y. M.
C. A. and all the while machine
guns and fires wero in action.
Everything is incongruous the
comparative safety of ns Just on
the front lino at Soochow creek
and just across, war. It la impos
sible to get used to. It's becom
lng more acutely international all
the time. Everyone thinks French
town is safest and we're right in
the middle of it, but the shelling
and machine gun tire seems
mighty near at night when things
are quiet after curfew."
Under date of February 3, Bet
ty related how she and Margaret
were awakened by sound of the
"Every SO seconds a big boom
and in between, the put, put, put
or maenme guns," she said.'
Betty concluded her letter with
a prayer for an end of the con
"wno can tell what the out
come can be?" she wrote. "We
talk and speculate and read the
papers, but we haven't seen the
light yet. If only international
friendships would somehow or
otner como about overnight!"
Ballot titles for two proposed
constitutional amendments having
to do with tho appropriation of
water for power development and
water power sites, have been com
pleted by I. H. Van Winkle, at
Twice we have announced the "last day"
of "EMMA" . . . and in both cases new
hundreds have flocked to the theatre . . .
hundreds of phone calls have requested
a further chance to see it! You d hold it
again . . . just as we are doing . . . and this
is only the SECOND TIME IN THE
HISTORY OF WARNER BROS. EL
SINORE THAT A PICTURE HAS
BEEN HELD OVER! ... Not even 'The
Cock-Eyed World," "Sunny Side Up" or
"Hells'Angels" could do it . . . but then
they didn't have quite the appeal of
P. 8. Now yoave got this chanco . . .
don't pass it apt There Isn't tho re
motest possibility of tt remaining long
er than today!
The amendments provide for
tht perpetuity of the ctata's water
power and power sites and author
ise the state to engage la water
power and hydro-aleetrlo develop
ment. Indebtedness" incurred la
sueh development shall not axeoed
per cent of the stats' assessed
Tho amendments wero filed by
the Oregon state grange, and "will
b oa tho ballot at the next gen-
MAY SOLVE THEFTS
Solution of a number of recent
Salem burglaries is believed reach
ed as the result of the arrest at
Portland of Elwln Candee. 17. who
allegedly shot Nell Buley. 14.
there Monday. Chief of Police
Minto announced that he is cer
tain, after telephone conferences
with Detective Thatcher of Port
land, that Candee stole from the
Harry Scott motorcycle snop ana
the Star Exchange here.
Candee and companions also
burglarised tho Reiner seeond
hand store on North Commercial
street February 7, it is believed.
An automobile stolen at portiana
that night was found by Salem
officers In front of tho Reiner
store. A Salem officer also 1 said
to have surprised Candee In the
Star Exchange burglary here Sun
day morning. When tho orricer
shot at him, the youth fled.
State Park Area
Donated by Firm
Th liraw Timber Co. of Port
land has donted to the state high
way commission an acre of ground
located on the McKentle highway.
ni Vlda. for state park -
poses. Officials said the gift would
Look Who's ConnV '
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Fireman save my child
COME ON UP, THE
That stage riot of daffy doings,
crazy cracks, gals and music is on
the talking screen at last!
And wait till yon
see daffy Bert Lahr
GIRL RESERVES TO
GATHER Oil FRIDAY
Registration for tho Regional
Spring conference of Northwest
Girl Reserves has started early
with 122 registered at Y. W. C. A.
hadanartar Wednesdar. Only
three of these came from Salem
and none from Suverton and Che
ma wa so tt Is thought by local Y.
W. a A. workers that at least 200
will bo registered at tho opening
of tho session Friday night at the
First Presbyterian church.
Because of so much illness
there have been several cancella
tions of offers to giro rooms and
breakfasts to visiting girls. Any
one whs la abb to fill in for these
cancellations may telephone the
Y. W. C A. with such offer and
rreatlv aid the hostess committee
in caring for the guests according
to Mrs. Elizaveta uauaner, locai
Plana for entertainment for the
visitors include an educational
tonr ftf fialem and lta Institutions
and industries under the direction
of tho Salem chamber of com
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tios t itax 1 nam
Cott si BUtmi i
Sfrr Cooking School.
DWIGHT EDWARDS COMPANY
SAN FRANCISCO PORTLAND
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wnen y ou use
If you haven't made your favorite chocolate des
sert with Ghirardelli's, you have a treat in store
Youll End it easier to make and finer in flavor if
you use Ghirardelli's. One thing, Ghirardelli's
is in powdered form, and that eliminates grating,
melting and extra mixing . . . Another thing,
Ghirardelli's retains the full flavor of chocolate.
At the Gooking School, see how easy it is to make
fascinating desserts when you use Ghirardelli's.
mere, and Mrs. Prince Byrg and
Miss Virginia Wamrn.
' Covers for ' 200 ; are being
planned for tho banquet to bo
held Saturday night at tho Pres
byterian church Satarday after
noon between 3 and S o'clock Wil
lamette university women will bo
hostesses for tea to tho visitors at
Lausanne halL Miss Doris Clarke
is in charge of these plans.
Sale of furniture and fixtures
of the Metropolitan Stores of
Delaware, Inc., in the Oregon
building was conducted Wednes
day throughout tho day by F. N.
Woodry and his associates. More
than 200 different groups of arti
cles ranging gross 20 cash regis
ters to a soda fountain wero of
fered to tho public. Prices ranged
from 21 to 40 per cent of the
listed price. A good-sized crowd
attended tho sale, as many as 100
business men, some local and
many from out-of-town, being
present. Tho store went into a re
ceivership several months ago. It
quit retail business hero Decem
The Charming Hostess
The charming hostess serves hear
guests the finest, full-flavored coffee
she can buy. That it the tcasoo
she relies on Max-i-mum brand;
It has that distinctiveness of flavor
achieved only from expertly
blended, freshly roasted and care
Jully ground coffee. Vacuum sealed
to guard its freshness and coffee
goodness Max-i-mum is alwayg
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