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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salerd, r Oregon,- Sunday Blondn?; April 24. 1932 -
Clayton Recalling '-- Thad.E. ,
Claytonr son of Mr. and Mrs. W. 1
street, who enlisted la the U. S. I
army , in February. 1930 is now
stationed at Ft; McDoweU, Califs
awaiting reassignment, according
to word received her. Private
Clayton serred In the coast artil-
lry. Hawaiian department, for
thres years.-- Ho enlisted in. the
Trs mY.z; ,vr :;:
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. Interestias; DisplayBeginning j
Saturday Miss JCathryn -GonneU
originated an interestinr series of
mute" studies ln compliment to I
Mother's day,' May 8. In the show
window of the Gannell ' ft Robb
studio a real mother, Mrs. F. J.
Good enough.- sat Saturday and
knitted In a. colonial background.
There will be two more such, me
studies exhibited. Photographs are J
being taken of . these exhibits and I
win bo -entered in competition. ,itae state child health conference
'mil t,-vT .'"wrUrfl-MkeW hero on May z.. Ho la
Z"t ' T. 7V.KfiYi"wni Twitsiae J, u. A. representative
SUtesman. in tabloid form wUl be tha sr.. vuu, .,.
wished with, next Sunday's pa-
nf Ponti kUlilnr tn hlT le- I
cures or tneir'Daoies inin ec-1 jutaewea lurs needr-Ao cold stor
tion should call The Stslesmart at age. Call -City Cleaners 8tT
to cover the cost of theifcuts but I
no other charges will be "made.
mm uncnangea last, weei, ic
Foukes Find JIud Friends of cording to information from the
B. Pouke, Jr., receiTed word yes- Oregon State Motor, association of
terday that he was encountering fjce Beje. Last word was that the
ery. bad road conditions In Wy- salmon rlTer cutoff is in good cbn
oming. It required an hour to ditlon. Fof the most part tho Sil-
driro orer one 10-miie streicn oi
muddy roaa. tier, roufe,. pwiyr
of Jason Lee Methodist, church
here, Is motoring with his fam
ily to Atlantic City. N. J., where
he will attend the Methodist
general conference which opens
complete line of thrifty, hardy.
beddinr nlants. Salem's Petland. I
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Three Accidents Keportea i tors' room of the United States na
TtirM ntnm nhll accidents weroltinnai viv Knnir
rTwirtAA in cltv Ttollce vesterasv: I
.wa vw - - m w ' 1
w. S. Stearns. 240 East Wilson,
in,v n mtfii -7is Vorth I
Chrisman of Toledo and H. O. I
Hazedorn. 832 North Commercial.
at Commercial and Union; Bessie
Hansen. 1645 South Commer
cial, and David Hoss, 362 Jerris,
at High and Mill.
For lumber, shingles and building J
mater 11 sea Pedee Lumber Co.,
1231 Edrewater. street, W. Salem.
Phono 8811. W. T. Grier.'Mgr.
Labor Men Meet Only rou-
tlno business Is planned for the re-
ralar meeting of tho Salem Trades
and Labor council at Union hall I
Tnesdar nirht. according to Bush I
. - .Im
ness Agent UTini Minutu. 1
eouncil tomorrow evening win
qsIs candidates for Marion county
offices relative to their views on
tho state labor legislation pro-
gram. -'V -. ".
Real pewter values on sale
day. 8ee Pomeroy Jb Keene
Clearing Up Title oaien aia-
dell was named administrator oi
tho esUte of John. Roth, deceas -
ea, yesieraay in proue ?"U'M
nereKom aiea in mu n i
amount of property to bo prooai-i
ed js rawed at oniy iiv ow
naming of an administrator was
omo property m wuicu iu
Walt for Director's big fire sale
in Glese-Powers store.
var w- u i
Senator Food Shop, ione7777UDee,ai .T w
sticks, rolls and Jelly, 50c. Serv-
-.-m.mm m m m s"4VAW ' Wff It - Vflt SS
od here or delivered.
, New - 6 and 8 course dinners,
75e and 81.
Mrs. Otaiated's Rose Cefe, 223 H
''" N. Commercial
t . . i .a ti.v.t ham
i!nr Rnndir c From 12U awarded Smith damages of
dinner tsunaay. ikc xrom i .
to 8. Try our 25c lunch during
tho week. Best in town. All
you can eat
Senator Food Shop, Pbone 7777-
s. Full course turkey dinner, soc
- ,Dine At The A
: Senator! Fooi Shop
With Dixie Tater Sticks
Hot Parker House CAr
Rolls and Jelly. y
Served ' Day or Night Here
Packed to take with you or
" delirered vC-' Y::?
Cline's Stylo - Guaranteed
i - .' to be good . ylZjgl
t'J Turkey. Dinner 50p
V -Dinners 50c aniT 75c .; ;
Merchant's Lonch S5c and BOc
Sandwiches rr short orders at
aU hours dar fir nlfht ;
SiWri Folbtl 5 Shop: ' '
Lj.X'v Phone .7777'-v-i
; WALTER CUXE, Prop.
Xewfs Com South. James
T.wt I w f v
tar . r.nfmia w -ni
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make an inspection of tb dining
rooms (n several penal Institu-
tipngj The inspection was ordered
DT tn ' board of control la - con-
taction -with proposed " lmprove-
B.nt atthe Oregon prison.
; moving to port.
n Monday, , Mr.; Phillips has
been i employed by the Salem
Portland freight 'line In Salem
for'h past four years.-He will
conunue witn tnis same com
Real , pewter values on sale Mon
day. i See.Pomeroy & Keene win
Veils In Portland C. A. Kells,
Salem Y. M. O. A. secretory, spent
yesterday in Portland attending a
committee meeting preparatory to
r:r .rr.T.T: ra"r-m
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Roads Unchanged - Coast and"
mountain roads in this Mclnity re-
iTer creek falls loop also is good.
Fine water, fine homes in this
district all lots redueeu 20.
North Serenteenth Street addition.
Lots now 8200 to $350. Terms.
Pick ' yours out now. Becke ft
Hendricks, 189 N. High street..
Builders to Meet Directors
of Salem chapter. Oregon Buildlne
congress, will meet in tho diree-
itl.ht nw,- ji. ..u. m v I
A . VUU1V11VW I
uUki M! ua iUVl UlaVUOuIvll TV lit If" 1
If you wish we can mothproof
your garments In your home with I
permanent Kildew method. City
Cleaners,. phone 6897. .
Secure License Earl D. Stand-
ley. 85, of Turner, received a 11-
cense yesterday in the county I
ciera - s oince to wed Gladys Hall,
22, of Turner. Hois a laborer; she
Is a domestic; the wedding Is his
first and her second. Rev. W. S.
Burgoyno was to perform the
Your: money's worth . ..and more. I
or real nt, unexcelled tailoring I
'5 imutiv irjr jau8u-1
w -"ww-m-autm sujs ai
Tax Determined The Inheri
tance tax to be paid the state of
Oregon by the estate of tho lata
Mon-(Mary E. Brewer has been set at
wln-isit&7 accruing to a report made
isaiuraay m probate court here.
IThe appraised value of the estate.
the chief property of which was a I
downtown building in Salom, was
get at 134,367.
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- o, KVWu utu iuhhum. ksuu i
i center tin me aneyj.
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T. - T -
A. Booth, incomoetent rel
nnrttiA eK. . ,v ' ...
year and expenditures of 3722 inKsr McMinnville. Sho was a
a Ktatement maHe RnttirrtaT tn I resident of the Perrydale district
nrnhatA rnurf her, I
Special, 2-yr-old roses, 10c, today
only. Also attractive prices on alii
other shrubs. Doerfler Nursery, 6
ml. east of Salem on pen road.
Divorce Granted Laura Sni
der won a divorce decro from
Aaron Snider in circuit court
here Saturday. She receives the
custody of their two minor chil
dren. He deeded her their home
and agreed to help maintain the
children insofar as he was able.
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i 0nly Also attrartlvft or.CPa on sail
mi. east of Salem on pen road
Laflar Appeals G. W. Laflar,
unsuccessful defendant in an ae-1
tion lor auto damage brought by
j George Smith, appealed his case
'yesterday to the state supreme
i court. A jury in circuit court
84323 together with costs and
Full course turkey dinner, 60c
Senator Food Shop.
VanArmaa Released - Jake
VanArman, sent to Jail several
months ago for possession -of
doer meat out of season, was re
leased, yesterday. He served a 30-
day sentence and then ., worked
out a 8100 fine at 82 a day.
Tenants; wanted for small . gro
cery,- shoe " 6hop, meats, barber
shop.' Very low overhead. Becke
A Hendricks. 189 N. High street.
Lorkley Reporta Fred Lock-
ley, guardian of tho estate of Bon.
nle Gans, insane, filed a report oa
his .wotk. yesterday v In probate
court. . . ' v ;T
Real ' pewter values on. Bale Mon-
day. See Pomeroy Keene , win
dows' tdday;.' f'-'h- p:-y v:-;S
FREE AMBULANCE -
-f ; . SERVICE
jTo Friends rland . Customers
'. Within 20; Miles Radlas
sit !. ,JT- - van aMisa.
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:,' Drv Chan Lam
Chinese Medicine ,
148 N. Commercial
Ramus 1 and 2:4
V. Uffko boars vt
Tnesday and Satur
day 2 to 5 p. m."
Hundreds Take Part In big
Contest; two in Each
itpGrade win Honor
FIto . hundred: eager parents,
teachers and students gathered
Saturday morning at Salem high
school for the annual ' county
''spell-down, held each year un
der; the direction of the county
superintendent. When the winners
were announced two and one-half
hours later, a field of sereral "hun
dred alert boy and girls the best
spellers .In their districts had
been narrowed down to 13 and to
these went the gold and silver
medals for the honors as spellers
in their respective grades. "
" Tho winners were: -
Third grade: ' First, - Corrine
Hermens, Sublimity; second, .Mary
Hemphill, Salem Heights.
: Fourth ' grade: First, Miriam
Gehring, Evergreen; second,' Dan
Sellard,, Gates... . w " ;
Fifth grade: First, Rosemary
Ferschweijer, ; St. Lonis; second.
uaio carey. oates. - - -
- Sixth grade: First; Anna Shaw
Macleay; second, Ruby Swanson
AumsTillo. : - - . :
..Seventh grade: Frist, Haiel Ma
gee, Rickey; second, Patricia Ann
Davidson, St- Paul (parochial
Eighth grade: First, Loyal
Sheridan, Rickey; second, Benno
Kraemer, Mt. Angel.
Mrs. Mary Folk erson-presented
the medals gold to . first place
winners and sliver to second place
Many are Perfect
In Written Test
, An average of 20 spellers came
through with perfect papers in the
preliminaries which started at 10
a. m. In each grade the contes
tants were given SO words to
spell, and each student who spell
ed these perfectly entered the oral
contest which determined the
winners. Certificates of award will
go to all those who won perfect
scores m me preuiainnes
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by rrades. were:
Third. Mary Wekerle, Minnie
Cntsineer. Juanita Moo, Norine
Epperly. Bernlco Robertson. Ruby
wesi, aiary nempnui, xernei
strap, uorotny Leone Miner, vfr"
olyn Kaufman, Bobby Bennett,
Corinne Hermens. cnnsiine ed-
rle. Marv Lou Wiesner. Virginia
Carl. Richard Satterlee, Laurel
Krens, Dorothy Dean Brown
Fourth. Yukiko Furayama, Mir
iam Gehring. Ida Kerr. Dorothy
Brockhaus, Geneva Van Cleave,
Bonnie Larson, Mary Zimmerle.
Raymond Erl. Lillian Glover, Al-
rin Steinka, Jacqueline Judd, Ed
die-Stauffer. Kenneth Earl WII
vi..n, vaLyi rrv.An nm ' sl.
i.-h f whitiv. KTeivn
yjowner, Raymond Sherman. Mar-
Marie Norton Hulda Ruth Beet
ley. Buddy Zielke. Velva Perkins.
Fifth, Dorothy Lent, Ada Hutto,
At Perrydale April 22, Estella
McKee, aged 68. Wife of William
H. McKee; mother of Mrs. Glad
scnooier 0t gan Dimas, Calif
Lawrence McKee of Perrydale,
Joseph P. of Amity. Levi H
Miss Doris. R, Nolan McKee, all
of Perrydale; sister of Mrs. Mat-
Ue K McKee. Perrydale. John R.
for 30 rears, and a member- of
I the Perrydale Christian church.
Funeral serrices will bo held
Mondav. April 25. at 1:30 p. m,
from Rigdon's' mortuary. Inter
ment Belcrest Memorial park.
Del m end o
At the residence, 860 Marion
street, Wednesday, April 20. San
tiago Delmendo, aged 35 years.
Survived by mother, Mrs- Maria
Delmendo and sister Miss Helen
of Baconotan. LaUnion, Philip
pine Islands. Requiem mass will
be sung by Rev. J. R. Buck,
I If Ait A ) K A Q Sk 9
Joseph's church, North Cot-
tase and Chemeketa streets In
terment will be at Saint Barbara
cemetery under the direction of
Marie Elisabeths Sturges' died
April 23 at 1111 Edge water St.,
West Salem, aged 65 years. Wife
M, ,rmi. rx enr... mv..
of William W. Sturges,' mother
of Wm.v F. of Grand Ronde, Mrs.
Cecil Wllburn of Salem, N.. C.,
Mrs. Eva Davis of Marshfield;
sister of Bea N'aal - of Portland
and Price Neal of'Scio. Funeral
services Monday, April 25, at 11
a. m. from the chapel of W,T.
Rigdon and Son. Interment Shel
burn cemetery. Scio. ;. ; .
A PARR X'EUETKRt WITH
x PERIMTTTJA u CARE. -
Xut Ts saastM rrast tas Hart
CITY VIEW CEMETERY
Established 181)3 TeL 8852
i Conveniently Accessible .
Perpetual care provided 'for
: Prices Reasonable ;-
Coming Events k
- April 21 Ccnty -Federation
oi Women's claba oi,
Mariosi eoaary at ' Salens
IleJgbta jhafJUT FTrt
April t ta-Ctmmtr speU
tmg costteat. t i - - '1
- April ea-lsIem dlstzlct
tnatitate, Evsagel 1 a 1
April 80 Salens Sym
phony Orchestra concert at
May 1-8 Moalo week.' y
May 9-S Oregoa -confer-eaco
oa Child . UealUt aad
Protectloau -- "
May 5-8 Toang People's
id ; Women's Missionary
StaU ' society. Free Metha
dlat charch. .
. ' Hay 7 Optometrist jcooJ
veauon. ? ; rt" T
May -7 Aanoal .May
Day iestlTlties, Wlllametta
smiverslty. - - x'
May 25-2ft-27 Oregon
Farmers Union convention.
xaax Bcniouman, wuma maunes,
wens, iueen,MieBie uowwr, jub-
lor Howard, Audrey Harms, La-
wi tt a v-k w 'I
122 ley 201. ?e: ?.obert
r un.on. rawy waacn, oaio vaxey,
oiancne jnuaaun, Mary Aiicoitloa and maintenance."
jobm, ioT. uenr. vmow nuxey.j
Rosemary Ferschweiler, . Maxlne
Wolfo, Loaiso DoerflernaXa.
i . r - -t .,-
Hixtn. Josephine luaiy, Miiarea i
Dungey. Xvelyn Kayes, m el via i
cl""! , At ST';RAb.y
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ZT i. 0,Ta' . v T
sides, Mario Bosch. Harold Rishel.
ioa may Bumniers. neaa pjeny, i
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u C"IU ""ti i'
Maxino Albus. Normal Krehbiel,
Sne.Riche Sachiko Fumyama,
Seventh. Patricia Davidson, Le-
yonaia uoren. . nu. o-aw -
cj K.,y vith orlAnhT Wirnc
Nunn, Laura Tate, Dorothy Smith.
Mario Dietsman, Makgaret Frank.
Eighth. Marian Heltiel, Elolse
Mellis, Loyal Sheridan. Marguerite
Colvin, Bill Fletcher, Benno Krae-
mer, Eldon Turnidge, Helen El-
liott, Ruth Maurer, John Drager.
Juno Keyes.. Mario Ratsehurg,
Jnne Seoutan. Grace Petxel. Mil-
dred Coulson. Benltala Hassler,
Eva Dow, Evelyn Charplllos.
Is National Ad
OOClGZy Mr ledge
OREGON STATE COLLEGE,
Corvallis, April 23 James Em-I
mett of Salem,.' sophomore la I
commerce at' Oregon state coi- t
lege, lias been pledged to Alpha I
Delta Sigma, national profession-
ai aaveriising society. i
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Members of this organisation
are elected on the basis of lead-
ership and scholarship - from the
managers of campus publications i
and from students majoring - In J
Emmett is also a member or
Sigma Ku, national social ira -
Detroit Station .
ml m. VIC a of1tttAs mr,rt m isisi4at.
er saturaay oismissea u proteai i
,11. v- .Itlu.. nt natrnf.
against the disconUnuanco of tho
Southern Pacific agency there.
"Whenever conditions change
a km. .nn.
aim aasw iiwooBtk yww mtm mmttr a
ent that an agent Is essential the
Southern Pacific company will be
mnnfrtul tn Mtahliahlnd maintain
.:. f,n Mmni.iAn.r'.
order read. ' '
Load Limits on
The state highway commission
Saturday lifted tho load weight
restriction, which has been In ef
fect on Tho Dalles-California
highway, from Its Junction with
the Columbia river highway to
tho Sherman highway connection.
Improved weather conditions
was assigned as the reason for
Wttssss patatiaa sv less st
OR. MARSHALL .
St Onsen BUf. ; . rasas SSOS
T I I I?.t Omtmmm
a u a a ivw
days of the
OPEN today ;
9 a. nu to 10 p; m.
Dtvelopinj A Printlnj
Double freen stamps erery
Satariay f ' "
CARSON I i
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I'M IDT SPEEO
f 1SSES, W!(8
Strict " Enforcement' Ruted
By Commission; Roads
The state highway commission
wont on record Saturday favoring
strict compliance with the existing
laws relative to operation '.of
busses and .trucks. Tho law lim
its trneks to t& miles an hour and
basses to.45 miles an hour, - f
"Tho actios of tho commission
In demanding strict enforcement
oi the laws regulating tha speed at I
busses and trucks Is necessary to r
preserve tho - highways - of the
state. Commissioner -Leslie W.
Cms mltA "In .m.. a TnM
not taken at this tima it will -be
only a queetidn of a feV years
nntll mtiiT lf th, ataf a main nlvh,
. wni ernmhl and dviv.
Suell a stuaUon would b unfair
th larva- maforltv nt mntnr'TA.
hlcl owners whoso funds are pay-
ig cost of highway COnstruC-
a. u.!.. n.f rh.riu
rnv BnnArintanAn nt .t.f.
Jiie. htLd instructed his traffie opW
laratJTea In enroreA thA wtn.
uttnr the- aoeed of busses and
trucks. :'?, , 4 N
No Leeway B?,ond
Legal Mmit Given
"Wo do not mean by our order
Lv,t -k.ii ia ak n-
- t ha,M fiMvtt eontlnniwt -Th.
order reads that they shall keep
wl.kfSi tv. l.oi r
mllei 4n hon A gImllar ,ltMtlon
innllutA .kl.V. aM .11...
of 45 mIles an hour will bo
arresiea ana prosecutea.
v Any changes that may be made
T -h Ms&wmy commission.
wlth, r6Jtion to logging truck op-
erations on state roads, and tho
Pd.of such vehicles, probably
w,u depend on the cooperation re-
ceived from the Oregon Mill and
Truck Operators' associaUon,
which was organised hero-Friday,
I a a. a i . a. i a .
as a meeung ot mo state nign-
way commission held in Salem
Friday it was proposed that the
maximum axle weight of these
loads bo reduced from 17.000 to
14,000 pounds, and that the speed
of loaded trucks be reduced from
35 to 25 miles a nhour. These two
Proposed amendments to the prcs-
ent rules of tho highway commls-
ision were protested by tha logging
operators, who declared that such
action would destroy the logging
industry and thrw a large number
of, men out ox employment. 1
Existing Roles to
Hold For 60 Days
. . '
in view oi tno cooperation
promised by the Mill and Truck
operators association tho highway
commissioners decided to continue
the existing rules regulating the
operation .of these trneks for a
perior of 60 days. If, at the end
of that period, tho present abuse
l0f over-loading trucks has not
(been discontinued, more drastic
rules will be adopted by by the
H- b"0- BUt wbway
,0ln operators and log haulers
hrould reallxo the seriousness of
the highway situation, and co-op
erate to the fullest extent In olim
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I wovu luuuu lUJ
t?"?? ta hl,dli5
J "-T.J.1 , !Srlt?1
situation could bo remedied by a
a . p . . Mt
. "',7. i . ,
"at f" Prmits for log hauling
I f " ""Q on xa
hours notice. Members of tho
?iw? .?m"s," "0l.w"5
Ivw do aruurary, oat mey iee mat
the highways should be protected
ana preserved for tho public."
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends
for the beautiful floral offerings
and kind sympathy extended ns
during our recent sorrow. Mrs.
Clara Cooley and family.
DR. B. H. WHITE
Night aad Day Calls
External Cancer Removed
Office, 8S5 s. Capitol St.
Pbone S0S6 - Salem, Ore.
for the Sick
You probably have never
seen the most important
department of our store .
that" quiet, well - stoclcedV
room -where' skilled and
earefal pnarmacists pre
pare good medicine for the
sick V . r. '.in exact accords
ance with the instructions
of your physician,' as given
on the prescription he
hands you..; . :
' ' A sir " Yaii Wai
www wt i fesciipaon wo
4 Drutr Store ;
185 V. Commercial 8U
Card Tablei and
Chairs to Rent
Call OPIO, Used Fnralture
I .Department --
-i 151 Jforth DJgh
XJ 11 d C I tllC
great " world problems
wero : solved yesterday by
Max Gehlaar, director of ag-
rieultaro. In a conference ho ield
with aewspapsr mea at tha Capi
tol, Press room. Bat seriously Max
has soma .definite ideas oa the
Question particularly with rela
tion totho farmer and prices for
farm products. And Max Is an in
- Oao of ' Max's Ideas la to
alfanhiate lmmigratioa. He says
that If America haa been able
to Absorb tea miHio of immi
grants la a few years, it ahoold
. be able to absorb a milliom
farmers who are either going to
leave the farm or. hare ' left.
. Space does not permit ns to di
valge more of Max's proposals.
Ben Wing, institutional clerk in
the employ of the board of con
trol, accused your correspondent
of playing him a trick. No, Ben
wasn't angry, he was good na
tured about it, but ho did, want to
bol of something or other on the
rear of his ear. For once we were
rs: Wood Held
A company of Salem and Broad-
acres neighborhood relatives and
friends, with others from Port
land, Oregon City and elsewhere.
gathered at the Holman Pace
funeral parlors In the elty by the
tails at 1:30 yesterday afternoon,
to do the last honors to Mrs. W.
H. Wood, who passed away in Sa
lem on Wednesday morning.
Rev. E. S. Bolllnrer - of Port
land, formerly of Salem and Ore
gon City and other Paciflo north
west points officiated at tho mar
riage of Mrs. Wood in 1906, in
too elty of the obsequies. He was
in charge of the funeral, and in
terment was in the family plot In
the historic Mountain View eem
etery there, where rest so many of
tno men and women prominent in
the beginnings of Oregon coun
try history. Among many beauti
ful noral pieces was one from
Eva Emory Dye, leading writer of
Oregon history, a member with
Mrs. Wood of the Congregational
Call For Bids
Is Set Monday
Bids for reconstruction of tho
White corner and Breyman build
ings on North Commercial street
will not be called for nntll Mon
day, Breyman Boise, one of tho
owners, said yesterday after eon'
ferenco with F. A. Legge. archi
tect.' Preparation of plans and
specifications has taken longer
A lapse of probably ten days
will occur between the time the
bids are called for and opened.
Construction work will be begun
as soon as the lowest bidder is de
termined. The two buildings Wero
gutted by fire five weeks ago.
Soon to open as
The opening of a new
and better store at the
present time only shows a
little of the treat confidence
we have in the growth and
prosperity of Salem. We are
happy to be able to grow with
Thrifty Buyer Will
Delight in Our Store!
We are glad of the oppor
tunity to Increase employ
ment and buy materials,
plies, aad goods, right here
Salem tor oar new store.
Fresh from the
i.1 complete new stock of Mghest-ittallty, -aationally-adrertlsed
toiletry i grocery; to
bacco and taady items la being pat oa tha
shelves ready for the opening.- Aad they'll ba
marked at Salem's Jowest prices I V.
Yatch for Announcement
Therell be'lots and loU of pleasant sur
prlsea'at the aew Fred Meyer Store,"
Hev3 Store Location
Occmtnetn and Gossip
at tht center f JOrtrw' i"
Innocent, but tha idea never ee-
enrrod to us, or we might not
hara been.. : 'W -
v . - . '-
'f. The preos roon saw baa- a
"Rogue's Gallery. Thla being ,
campaigsi time, plctarea of can-
didatea aad tbeiT cards
pasted onto tho backing
ged - for tho "gallery'! . aloasj
with, .pictures . of escaped pes
ttemtiary aadtasaao conricta.
Of onrao no particular similar
ity is attached to groopiaa: altl
pictorea wader; one ; head, at
least not tn all casea.v - ;
Barnett Goldstein Portland at
torney who . Is prosecuting the
Empire Holding- company officials
for tha corporation commissioner.
can now collect his-fee, and de
clare to the world he is legally
employed. Attorney General I. H.
van Winkle so ruled yesterday.
- - -
Chairman Leslie Scott and
E. B. Aldrieh, of the state high
way commission aad Charles
Pray, , superintendent of state
police! held.. conference y eater-v
day on, the matter of strict en
forcemeat - of load and - speed
limits of trucks and bwases.
Tray announced no leeway
weald be shown any violators
of "these reflations.
Tho highway" commission meet
ings are coming thick and fast.
This week. .Thursday In- Portland.
the commission will meet to open.
bids on work estimated In excess
of 8600,000. Tho meetings are
now being held, other than spe
cial sessions, onee every three
weeks. Tho officials found that
twice a month was a little too
Literary people, which some
one said doesn't include news
paper people, yesterday ob
served (we don't know bow
since we're not literary) the
birthday annlTersary of Wil
liam Shakespeare. The nun
who used pons tn his works, the
writer who Is said never to have
repeated expressions, and the
genius whose work will lire
forever, was born April 23.
And while speaking of histori
cal dates, it is noted that April
was a war month in the United
States. Tho World war was de
clared April 6, 1917, while the
Spanish-American war was de-
cleared April 25. 1898. Also It
was said in April. 18 6 S that Lin
coln Was assassinated and in tho
same month slavery was abol-
WAVERS CO. ,
387 First Natl &ank Bldg.
Branch of Castle Pioneer
Permanent Wavers, Portland
Those Deep-Cut Byrne's Prices
At the New Fred Meyer Store!
Our new location is almost .ready it won't be
long before yoa will ba saving at those deep-eat
prices which you liked so well at our former
store, Byrne's Die. And now we have larger,
finer quarters and mora departments with,
which to serve youi Toull like our new store!
Same Low Prices
Ksw Location at
to t - li
Prosecutor In Empire Case
Technically 4 Assistant ;.
Attorney General try
Employment of Barnett Cold.
stela as special prosecutor In. tha
w m i awn, satt
the Empire Holding company, la""- i - '
wwvu.vv.at ..li amcuiri &. I'
Mgai. ana payment by tha sUta
Is authorised by law. Attorney
General "Van Winkle eld la an
opinion handed down Saturday.
The opinion was asked by Hal E.
nvss, secretary or sute.
&euer is now on trial In the
Polk county circuit court en a
charge of devising a scheme to de- '
iraua tarough tha sale of stock in
the company. Trials of other ex
officers and directors of the con
cern will follow.,
Attorney General Van Wink la
held that in the performance of
his duties to enforce the corpora
tion laws, James Mott, state cor-
poratlon commissioner, coald not
employ a private attorney, but he
haa authority to employ aa attor
ney to assist the attorney general
ra the prosecuting. '
fThis-was what he did. fa em-
ploying Mr. Goldstein to assist the
attorney : general la carrying - oa
such prosecutions, under the order
of the governor. Van Winkle said
la his opinion. "Goldstein 'was
thereupon appointed assistant at-'
torney general for such purposes
without salary aa far as the at
torney general is concerned, his
salary to be fixed- and paid
through the office of the state
corporation commissioner. '
has crowned our work.
We have been successful
in cumbers, of difficult
eases that others have
IT IS THE
of difficult cases that
goes to make our repu
tation. We are always
looking for trouble
eye trouble and ft Is
our great pleasure to
. give relief to troubled
279 State Next to Pestal Tel.
and many added!
If s only a change of name, Byrne's
lac to Trod Meyer. The old one
went with the old location. Tha
aew one Prod Meyer, will bo
welcomed by all thrifty buyers.'
The' aew TTrod Meyer, store
-features two more depart-
meats at -which you ean
. save: 5"- -.
la addition to the
- former Toiletry.
' Remedy.Tobacco, '
'and- C a a d y
170 North liberty Street -
tha Former Byrar"a Inc. Store
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