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KTli crSON STATESilAW, galea, Oreyod. Friday tlornlag; tf arch 10 1S33
Log a 1 N e ws Briefs
Gehlhar Grance Speaker - Sa
lem : Grange No. IT . irlll meet
Saturday At Miller's ban, vita
tho monUng session, beginning at
10 a, m., potluck lunch-at noon
and the lectarer'a program at
1:SI o'clock. Mrs, 8. H. Van
Trump, lecturer, has arranged
the following program: Dlscus
aioa on "Stabilization of the
Measure of Value" (based on a
recent Cornell university report).
state department of agriculture;
male Quartet, Savage brothers
f the Chemawa grange; reading,
Mrs. Margaret Polaire; Tocal so
lo, Mrs. Viola A. Harrelson, ac
companied by Mrs. Arthur
Brown; talk on Tegetable gard
ening by Henry S. Peck. Friends
are Invited to the lecturer! pro
gram at 1:10.
Decorate your beacb cottage with
copies of old masterpieces in pot
tery, china and glassware from
Miller's big sale which will be
held on the main floor beginning
this morning. Tour choice at 69c
Paul Marnach Hurt Paul Mar-
nach, who looks after dog and
sheep Interests for the county
court, suffered a broken leg Wed
nesday afternoon when his ma
chine skidded and overturned on
the Sllrerton-Mt. Angel road and
pinned him under it. Temporary
loss of Marnach's service cripples
the county court to considerable
extent, as he had planned also to
do measuring and other work in
connection witn the emergency
wood crews now working. It is
likely the court will secure some
one to substitute on the Job until
Marnach Is able to return. He is
at a local hospital.
Rummage Sale, 211 N. Com'l.
Speeders Fined Ralph Clark
of Eugene paid a $5 fine In mu
aicipal court yesterday for speed
ing and E. 0. Altsf er of Portland
forfeited 15 ball posted when he
was arrested here ."Wednesday on
a like charge. . ,
Formerly Irish Cash Store
294 N. Com'l St. 4 Free Deliveries Phone 3527
A New Deal For Our Country, Bat the Same
Square Deal at Irish-Bing Co.
fresh grind, 2 lbs.. .
ibs : :
Kerrs White Eagle
hard wheat flour .
N. B. C. Large Salted 07
Crackers, 3 lbs O I C
Note: Flour and Grain
Pood have taken a sharp ad.
vance. We suggest that yon
would bny a supply now.
35c Lavender Shaving
Cream and 50c pack
age Probak or Gillette
Razor Blades 85c val
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
SAVE on these
8 So Moone's
Emerald Oil . -
Food Beverage . .
Syrup of Figs .
25o NEW Dr. West's 07..
Tooth Paste 2 for. . .
SOe Klutch 1Qr
for false teeth OVS
Dentu-Cremo ...... '
50o Kolynos OQr
Cast oris . . .
Wonder Nipples . . . '
. fl.SC- Lactogen
Bevlvals at 'Grove The
evangelistic - meetings conducted
by the Dr. Walter Duff evangelis
tic party at Middle Grove, will
close with the Sunday evening
service. The children's meetings
In the afternoon have been very
well attended with good interest
and enthusiasm manifest, A con
test has been on between the
boys and girls, with the boys in
the lead. The evening meetings
have been only fairly well at
tended. Next Monday evening the
party will transfer its activities
to the Clear Lake church for
two weeks meeting. Friday ev
ening, March 10, a pageant.
"The Pearly Gates," will be pre
sented by the local young ladies.
under the direction of Miss Na
omi Van Cleave, a member of
the evangelistic party.
Save $10 on a Thor Washing Ma
chine. Only a few days left to our
chase New Thor at $56.50. Price
advances to $66.50 March 15.
Eoff Electric. .
Tuition Postponed Because of
difficulty Willamette university
students are having in meeting
tuition payments in the face of
the bank holidays, trustees of that
institution have extended the date
for final payment from March 6
to March 14, according to Busi
ness Secretary N. S. Savage. He
reported that numerous payments
were being received despite the
financial situation and expressed
the belief that the majority of
students would pay up by the
Mod. Dance featuring Red Wilson
Crystal Gardens tonite 25c. '
Trlndle in Hospital District
Attorney W. H. Trlndle is at a lo
cal hospital recuperating from an
operation which he underwent
last Saturday. His condition is not
serious and he will likely be back
to work in another week. District
Deputy Attorney Lyle Page is
handling such official demands
as are made.
Pure Mayonnaise in bulk.
Bring container, 1 j
Golden Bantam Corn
No. 2 cans, 3 for . .
Mill Run 7A.
Hodgen Brewster Baby
Chick Mash with milk, oil
and greens, 9 9ft
100 lbs LLM
Hodgen Brewster Egg Pro
ducer. One of the best in
the west. An egg for every
1 sens retfHa sfe0 e IB
21.00 Coty Powder A
1 value Perfume
80c Ever Dry
for the skin
Cleansing Cream .
Dry Skin Cream .
1 pint Witch
1 pint Cod Liver
1 inch by 6 yard
Here's the NEW FRENCH
typo FOUNTAIN SYRINGE
If e woman ef renaement wants a founimia
gyring hanging la plain sight. The compact
HT-DA-WAT meets the problem. For it folds
with tuMag sad pipes bate s nest talon fas
treed envelope sot of sight Quktty drtodl
11 Y-da-way :;"rv:i: $2.95
CM. ExainrnaMoa Tap exam
ination In Expert Endeavor",
study In th methods and prlnel-
pies of Christian Endeavor, will
bo held Saturday night at the
T. M. C. A. The class has been
conducted sine January 21 by
Hugh N. McCallnm, pastor-counsellor
of the county O. H. Union.
Ho will give a test of 100 Ques
tions over too work, as required
by the state office. A passing
grade of Tf per cent entities the
applicant to first degree in the
Dance tonite Hasel Green lie.
lions at Oorvallis Several
members of Salem Lions club
went to Corvallis last night to at
tend a district Lions conference.
Among them were W. R. New
myer, Salem club president, Ken
neth Brandon and Robert Craw
ford. Reduction of yearly dues
and -the state convention to bo
held at Roseburg in June were
topics up for discussion.
County Clerk W C o u n t y
Clerk U. G. Boyer has been con
fined to hit home since Wednes
day of this week with intestinal
flu. Work at his office, unusually
light because of the bank holi
days, is being carried on by his
deputies. Mr. Boyer will likely be
back on the Job early next week.
Crane is Visitor Clem Crane
of the Queener district, between
Stayton and Scio, was a Salem
business caller Thursday.
At the residence, route 1, Jef
ferson, March 8, John Hampton
Beloved husband of Mlntle Hamp
ton of Jefferson; father of Clint,
Luke, Clifford of Jefferson, Mrs,
Mellle Foster of Albany, Mrs
Dora Ward of Richmond, Wash.,
Mri. Anna . Mason of Klamath
Falls and Cleave Hampton of Jef
ferson; brother of Will Hampton
and Hiram of Jefferson, Joe of
Corvallis. Dudley of Albany, Mrs.
Lizzie Keyser of Brownsville,
Mrs. Minnie Underwood, Mrs
Mattie Underwood and Mrs. Sally
Monroe, all of Tennessee. Aged 67
years, nine months and 18 days, a
native of Tennessee. Friends are
invited to attend the funeral serv
ices to be held Saturday, March
11, at 1 p, m. from the Terwllli
ger Funeral home, 770 Chemek
eta street. Interment I. O. O.' T
In this city Sunday, March
Dan Smith, aged 55. Funeral an
nouncements later by W. T. Rig-
don it Son.
In this city Wednesday, March
8, Albert M. Macy, aged 58 years.
Leaves the following brothers and
sisters: Bert W., Pearl and Mrs.
Ida M. Macy of Salem; Mrs. Ella
M. Morris of Los Angeles; Ed
ward 8. Macy of Portland; J.
Frank Macy of Pendleton. A na
tive of Marlon county. Funeral
services Friday, March 10, at 2
p. m. from the chapel of W. T.
Rlgdon A Son. with Rev. Guy L.
Drill officiating and Elks lodge
assisting. Interment Lee Mission
Friends of the late Mrs. Rlnnle
G. Clay sre invited to attend
graveside services Fridsy, March
10, at 1:30 p. m., at the I. O. O. F.
cemetery, under the direction of
At the residence, 1802 Dwlght
street, Portland, Thursday, March
9, Caroline H. Kugel, aged 81
years. Survived by two sons, Dr.
A. C. Kugel of Buffalo, N. T., Karl
B. Kugel of Salem. Funeral serv
ices from the chspel of the
Clough-Barrlck company Friday,
March 10. at 2 p. m. Interment
City View cemetery.
sell 4 wayt
Heutxauxes aseess add( nBeves
stwnsrh of gas; sooums menbraaas
sad aids digestion. Acts qskkSy.
And Ks comfort lasts. Try Bi
5 Costing Evezii
March 10-11 State Ida
school wrostMng tourwaraewt
a Salem high.
March 10-11 Dlrtrk la
March IS Regional pas
tors conference, tnterdeaonv
tnatiknaL Ftrsft Presbyterian
March 15 Loss day few
filing federal income report.
March 15-18 State high
March 20 Minnesota ctnb
winter meeting, Y. M. O. A.
Jane 9-4 Fowrth Annual
Willamette Valley Flower
July 24-86 Annual En
campment, Spanish War
101 Nil PLACED AT
Increased wages for workmen
on the county's grubbing Job at
Hopmere and employment of 101
more men yesterday marked the
new county relief program's start
in earnest. Ninety-two men were
sent out from the U. S.-T. M. C
A. Employment office to county
road work and nine to Hopmere.
In line with the dally wages
of 50 cents cash and 81 in gro
ceries being paid for road labor.
the men on the grubbing project
were raised to the same scale
from the former one of $1 In gro
Non-relief jobs continued
scarce. Four men were placed by
the employment bureau at com
mon labor and two at wood
cutting. Farmer inquiries as to
workmen available, however, in
creased yesterday. Before the
rain started, hop men reported
their soil would be ready for
spring work within a week or 10
To License Dogs
Both houses Thursday approved
a bill permitting cities and towns
to license dogs within their boun
daries and to retain 80 per per
cent of the fees. The measure was
passed over Governor Meier's
veto. Heretofore only counties
have licensed dogs. Only fivs
counties in the state have been
consistent in making the levies.
Vesper Service Sunday Sun
day afternoon. March 12, the
Christian Endeavor society of tho
Evangelical church will hold its
regular vesper service at 2:20.
The topic to be discussed will be
The King of Ood Jesus Revest
ed." 8peclal musical numbers will
be festured by the Mennonlte oc
tette. Drunk Ordered Out Municipal
Judge Mark Poulsen yesterday or
dered Jack Stanley of Oakland.
Cel., to leave the city. Instead of
sentencing1 him to Jail for being
drunk. Stanley was arrested early
yesterday morning by city police.
Accidents Scarce The accident
report docket at the sheriff's of
fice has apparently stepped in line
with the legal holidays. Not a
single accident has been reported
since the first day of the bank
Day In Mlshap-John F. Day,
842 North 20th street, reported to
city police that his sutomobile
yesterday struek the rear of a
machine operated by Flora V.
Ridley of Seattle on Court street.
Damage was slight.
Link To Mr. and Mrs. H. V.
Link of Monmouth, a seven-pound
daughter. Sheila MUllcent, born
on March 9 at the Jackson ma
EVERY shipboard hrx
nry and son-going
thrill is yours when yo
cross the broad AtibmrJc
00 a Canadian Pacific
liner. Direct train-and-ship
scrrico from Pacific
Northwest to France,
Germany and the British
Isles. Several sailings
weekly on Empress, Dt
: chess. Cabin Class liners.
and Floor Waxen
Call C9IQ, Used Furniture
, 151 North High
TOO BILLS P ffl -
01 SB VETO
The senate Thursday passed
over Governor Meier's veto. a
house bill by Representative
Lynch prohibiting merchants from
reducing the prices on contract
and nationally advertised mer
chandise, when the minimum
price is fixed in such contract.
The vote was 21 to I.
Governor If alar declared tn
veto massage that this proposed
law was unconstitutional and was
onnosed to nnblie seller of tha
United States as specified In tho
s nera an net and tho Clayton act.
Similar notion was taken by
tha senat- In conneetiaa with tk.
toed houss bill 265, prohibiting
the advertising of any fake sale
01 gooas, ware or merchandise.
The senate sustained Governor
Meier's veto of house hm 2SI hw
Representative Kelly, declaring
void and against public policy cer
tain contracts affecting sales and
leases, between gasoline manufac
turers and dealers.
Governor Meier said this bill
would prohibit tha sale of gaso
line entirely in the state of Ore
gon tor resale purposes, and waa
not in the interest of th public.
Hit -Run Driving
Mystery faced city police y ea
ter day afternoon as to identity
of the victim of two men jailed
on hit-run driving charges, as
well as on charges of being
drunk. The two men, arrested for
city police by a state policeman
near Painters woods, sr Adam
Recnlcsek. Silverton route two.
and Albert Ped, Salem route
seven, according to the police
Chief of Police Prank Minto
stated that he did not know
whose automobile was allegedly
struck by the car drlran by Rec
nlcsek or Ped.
To Help Enlarge
The senate yesterday adopted a
house Joint memorial Introduced
by Repreeentatire Huntington
urging congress to enact leclsls-
tloa that will permit the enlsrge-
ment of the Mount Jefferson
Apfiroval also was riven an
other house memorial bv the
roads and highways committee
urging congress to pass a law al
lowing 10 per cent on Ethyl alco
hol to be added to gasoline.
On State Board
President Kiddle of the senste
yesterday appointed Senator Sta
ples of Multnomah county as 1
member of tha state emergency
board for a two years' period.
Other members of tho bosrd in
elude the president of the senate.
speaker of the house, chairman of
the senate and house ways and
means committees, and two mem
bers of the house of representa
and if you're a wise and
thxifrr pcxsoa yooll bay it
st Sard's when doUxr
does woodersj Crisp ahfcry
straws with or without
brims worn high 08 das
bock sad dipping do moo
yoor nose with flowccs or
trixnised with ribbon bows.
Ward & Co
Crooked 9 Finger
emo information has reached
hero that tho county boundary
board hearing en a school bonn
dary may not bo held at 1
o'clock this morning as schedul
ed, because of a slip in posting of
tho notices tor tho mooting.
Notices were posted at tho
proper times, hut not tn tho prop
er places, it Is said. If this proves
to bo true, tho hearing will prob
ably bo postponed until sueh time
as tho notices can bo re-posted.
Tho hearing is over petitions for
ehange la th abounds ry between
Seotts Mills and Crooked Finger.
Fourth Year at
Rev. Fletcher Galloway who
has been pastor of tho First
Church of the Nasareno of Salem
for the past three years has been
reelected for tho fourth yesr and
is to announce his acceptance
Sunday morning. In connection
with his statement of acceptance
he is to outline a urogram for
the year in his morning message:
Meeting the Needs of Our Gen
8unday night he speaks from
the subject, "Technocracy vs. the
Reign of Christ" or "'The Dream
of Man vs. the Pro -ram of
God." The church school rally
last Sunday went beyond its gosl.
Frank M. Litwiller, superinten
dent had set the goal at 800
and there were 220 present. A
good attendance is expected again
Linn County Army
To Shelburn Post
SHELBURN, March 0 Cap
tain Bailey of the Salvation Ar
my of Albany, la buying wood of
H. O. Shilling. The wood is four
feet in length end the army has
those desiring a meal to cut
some Into 18 inch lengths in pay
ment for the food.
At the next regular meeting
of the Cole Community club,
March 17, Lorene Trolllnger and
J. W. Wells will represent this
community on the program com
mittee. Marlon Brown and son Clin
ton are cutting piling Just east
of Shelburn and are living In the
A. 8hanks house In town.
You'd Never Guess
Such Lovely New
You simply wouldn't
bclicro S2.95 could buy
pP dresses so utterly lovely
illlialii conrentional prints, and
1 solid tones in the new
I iT soft bfaes, greens, beige
1 I jS and grays. Witn crisp
1 lM organdy bows . ; touches
1 of lace isycmthfnl puffed
sleeves : t demure sashes.
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Ward & Co.
The lowest im la yours for
feeding of prisoners at tho Mar
lon county jail was submitted for
February by 8heriff A. O. Bark.
according to records at tho coun
ty clerk's office. Tho bill was at
tho rate of IS coats a day which
is also tho lowest per day rate tn
rears and totaled only fll2.ll.
for the 22f days involved.
Prisoners toed In January was
billed at Ct cents a day. a cent
under tho rate which bad boon
paid tor a long period. In Janu
ary, tho bill totaled $208.42.
Mileage run up by the sheriff
on official buslneas during Janu
ary was I25S.12. the largest sin
gle item of which was 128.92 tor
tho trip to Grants Pass to return
with Chsrles Arehsrd for trial
hero. In January, tho mileage
was $187.57. Of the February
mileage, $121.20 waa on civil
business, on which 10 cents a mile
Is collected from tho litigants, and
then paid to the connty clerk,
who in turn pays it back to the
In Upper House
By a vote of 20 to 0 the senste
yesterday defeated a house resoln
tion Introduced by the committee
on utilities providing for the cre
ation of telephone districts.
Senator Strayer declared that
the adoption of this resolution
would put the state In a gigantic
business enterprise to correct a
condition which should be reme
died by congress. "The time has
arrived," Strayer said, "when wo
should refuse to clutter up the
ballot with additional debt." The
resolution also was opposed by
for Particular Women
During March we will remove
unwanted hair from both arm
pits (together with regulation
and from both arms to
Marton treatments destroy hair
cells without the use of chemi
cals or needles scientifically,
safely and permanently.
004-5 First National Bank
Bldg., Salem, Phone 44 2 T
8taators Ooss. Corbott and TToooV ,
ward. Senators who spoke for tho.
resolution were Dickson and Zlat
mermaa. . ' -s-
Paulus Will Tell
What Solons Did
At tho Salsm Ad dub today
Representative , Otto . K. Paulas
will review tho work of tho last
session of tho legislature. Ho wlU
report en new laws enaettd, par
ticularly motor laws and others of
general publie interest. Tho pub
lic is cordially invited to attend
tho luncheon which will bo held
at tho Marlon hotel nt noon. v
SAVE Money, Thne
and Health with
the new Vkka Han for
better Coritrol-of -Colds.
All present stock of
fcirerside Heavy Service
Track Tires must be
closed oat to make waj
tor a new tire to be an
To dose out the limited
quantity promptly wo
are reducing prices al
ready low fa the lowest
in aO Riverside history.
Save $4.57 to $18.15 a tire!
And even though the
savings are tremepaooi
remember E Vtft '
TIRE IS FULLY GUAR
ANTEED. Hurry! Bow!
NO 17 ONLY
$0- S7.6S ob
She 32x6 (T0-Pfy7
3 J 9
Ptas2 Card Breakers soaae
imea called PM uxtdec tread
iflm addition to tho p&es
xdjcaW abore, these tiree
fREE TOE MOUNTING
AT ALL WARD STORES
Ward a Co.
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