MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1919. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1919. PAGE TEN. IHGIIlAftD SCHOOL PUS TO PROTECT STUMS HEALTH If a. scheme launched at a meeting last night in the Highland school of the Parent-Teachers' association ' Is Carried out, and the parents of chil dren are willing to co-operate, Salem will grow some of the best standards of manhood in the .universe. The hall in which the meeting was held was thronged with parents and teachers, and favor to the plan was expressed. It is planned to conduct a campaign la the schools to detect malnutrltu The school doctor, C. A. Downs, and the school nurse, Miss F. Kopf, assist ed by Miss Robertson, Mrs. H. A. Smart and Mrs. Theodore Maynam, Will form plans to carry on the work at once, and it is expected before the winter is over all the parents and chil dren in the city will be sufficiently Interested in the work to lend assist ance. . ; According to plans discussed last iilght all the children will be weighed. If they do not come up to proper weight, the parents will be notified and asked to assist in remedying the cause. The associations intends to call a mass meeting in the near future when the parents will be acquainted with the program for bettering the health condition of young America in this city. .. It was pointed out at the meeting lost night that the work is be ing carried on on a large scale in east ern cities with success. It was first taken up when it was determined by leaders of the student army training corps that two out of five applicants were unfit for duty due to malnutrition during the period of growth. BYRD CONCERT TO BE HETD Oil DECEMBER 5 Salem will have a chance to hear its own December 5. Miss Winifred Byrd, a Salem girl, who has gained fame throughout the east as a pianist, will , appear-here that night at the armory with Clarence Whitehall, bar itone. Mis Byrd and Mr. Whitehill have been endorsed by the Salem Woman's club, the Business Men's league .the Salem Rotarians, the Elks and the Apollo club. An effort is be ing made to bring out one of the big' gest audiences ever congregated to hear a concert for this affair as a homecoming reception to the talented pianist Clarence Whitehill is nation ally known as a singer of great abili ty, and has sung for record reproduc tion, and was with the Metropolitan Opera company six seasons, and six seasons with the Chicago Opera com pany, .. Circuit Court W. li. Hunsaker. vs 8. O. Long et al. Summons. . . . Mary Elizabeth Howard vs William Archibald Howard. Summons. Silver ton Lumber company vs all whom It may ooncern. Order appoint ing examiner. , Esther Boedigheimer vs Henry M. Boedighelmer. Decree of divorce granted. Mildred Marie Moorman vs James Lot Is Moorman.' Decree of dlvorco granted. Probate Court Carrie Anundson, estate. Notice to treasurer. Marriago Licenses W. W. Flynn of 2130 North Bth street, sawmill worker, aged 89 to Leonora Itempel of Switzerland, Or., aged 81. Ira William Humphrey of Oregon hotel, Salem, mechanlo aged II, to Marie Mapes, of the Oregon ho tl, aged 19. Hay Milton Hawthorne, 28, a farmer of Salem route 2, to Alice Violet Schrunk, 20, of Salem. Kred A. Do nil am, 28, Salem, Augus ta Condln, 21, Aumsvllle. The annual school budget of Doug las county, calls for $60,000, or $10 c pupil Instead of $8 as formerly. APPLES Hand Picked. Winter Keepers Choice of Kings, Russets, Baldwins and Spitzenbergs. 5 boxes (at 85c) for $4.25 10 boxes (at 80c) for $8.00 Better grades of Kings, Jonathans, , Northern Spys and Spitzenbergs: . 5 boxes (at $1.15) for $5.75 10 boxes (at $1.10) for 11.00 ; SQUASHES 50 lb. 60c; 100 lb. $1.0Q CABBAGE FOR KRAUT Per 100 pounds $3.00 Soft cabbage for boiling, per pound lc Progressive Everbearing ' Strawberry Plant s Per 100, $1.50 J DELIVERED PHONE YOUR ORDER VARD K. RICHARDSON ... 2395 Front Street OLD KENTUCKY IS PLEASING VARIATION In these days Indifferent music al plays, detective dramas and plays on the evil of white slavery traffic and stage treatment of such other twentieth century topics, such as wo man suffrage, eugenics and the high cost of living, a sweet wholesome of fering like "In Old Kentucky" which comes to the Grand opera house this evening, is an agreeable change and. a welcome relief. There is a touch of rugged, homely sentiment to it, an ap proach to nature's heart about it that makes its appeal a natural and whole some emotion. The characters are real types, they throb with human pulsa tions and they leave a lasting Impres sion on the memory. The wonder of the amusement world is "In Old Kentucky." Pittsburgh, Kan. After declining an Invitation to meet Governor Allen to discuss the mine situation in Kansas, August Dorchy, vice-pres ident of district 14, United Mine Workers, issued a statement indicat ing the miners will reject Allen's plan for state operation of the mines. ELKS INITIATE 125 Will RITES TONIGHT Everything Is in readiness for the big Elks initiation ceremonies to be held this afternoon and evening. Promptly at 4 o'clock in the Elk club rooms on North Liberty street, the ceremonies will commence, continuing until -when the assemblage will ad journ. At 7:30 all the Elks in the city will meet at the club and march in a body, with the bond, to the armory where a banquet will be served imme diately. This will be followed by an extensive program. Twelve vaudeville performers have been secured from one of the best circuits on the road, who will come up from Portland for the evening, returning at three to morrow morning to resume their con tracts in that city. Harry Wenderoth is chairman of the committee on ar rangements, assisted by. F. A. Erlckaon and Erwln Lewis. .. The names of the candidates ' who will be Initiated this .afternoon and evening are as follows: Albert Anderson, Carl Arpriest, F. M. Alley, Allen Bellinger, Arthur Bine gar, Lw H. Bovee, Clarence Byrd, L. S. Brown, Otto Buff, Clyde Burdick, W. S. Barnes, Robert. Cjaxton, Chas. Craig J. F. Copp, 3. B. Collard, Geo. Clazton, Estelle M. Cooper, G. A. Cherrington, Chas. M. Coy, Ellis Coolly, M. J. De lapp, J. W. DeSousa, Jos. S. Dyardln, G. C. Doan, Jas. Elvin, Geo. H. Engel, F. A. Elliott, Wm. Edwards, D. J. Fry Jr., Jacob Fuhrer, Albert Follerich, Carl A. Fryer, Albert Gardner, S. M. Gregory, L. T. , George, T. E. Gwens, Robt. L. Georlle", Chas. Harrison, Chas. Hartley, W. H. Howd, H. B. Hagrr, F. E. Holik, W. F. Headrick, C. R. Htckey, Paul Hendricks, L. Imlah, A. J. Jacobs, Jas. W. Jones, Norwain Ken nedy, Otto Kirbin, C. W. KnickerbocK or, Elioy Kirkpatrick, Lester A. Klleri, 0. E. Lewis, I. S. Loos, Roy Linguist. 1. L. Linscott, W. R. McMurray, L. C. Mahoney, S. C. Miles, W. E. Mangis, J. N. Mills, Elmer Mattln, L. M. Mo Caffery, Paul C. Maurer, D. R. Moses, Geo. W. Nelson, Jos. Nicholson, C. S. Newberry, Elmer Olson, K. C. Pearcy, Erneat Peterson, G. I. Putnam, Lester Pearmine, C. D. Putnam, P. l). Qulsen berry, E. C. Qulnn, Fay Race, Chas. Reynolds, D. Randall, D. D. Reeves, Thos. Riches, V. E. Rwlgg, Edgar Row land, Richard Robertson, B. J. Ram sayer, J. L. Robinson, B. N. Speer, Carl Stowaser, Horace Sykes, C. E. Smith, Jos. F. Smith, Wm. Smith, A. Steelhammer, Geo. Splcer, Chas. Shum way, J. F. Tyler, John Tweed, D. G. Tolles, C. Wiedmier, A. E. Wrlghtman, Forrest Welborn, Chas, Nelson, Stan ford Watson, Paul Wallace, Geo. Win chell, Edgar Williams, Jas. Yeaky, W. Zozel. Present Laws Ample For ' Deportations, Is Claim Spokane, Wash., Nov. 20. Declar ing that present federal laws are am ple to secure deportation of convicted alien I. W. W., the American Legloa here has wired senators and congress men demanding that the immigration department get action immediately. Twomore alleged I. W. W. were ar rested here last night. Both are Finn loggers. Portland. The Oregon Bar Associ ation, at. its annual meeting, unani mously passed a resolution recom mending the restoration of the death penalty as a step toward the control of crime in Oregon. A committee of five Is to be appointed to work with the American Legion in putting the matter to a vote of the people. ic i n m ift I UU VJUU UUU YJ fcLI U $ MEW E0IS r. CAN ALWAYS BE BOUGHT AT THE LOWEST PRICES FROM 7 ? rr y je? fl Incorporated T' T WHO BUY FOR CASH, SELL FOR CASH, DO NOT DELIVER, BUY DIRECT FROM THE MANUr FACTURER THUS ELIMINATING THE MIDDLE MAN. THENr-LAST, BUT NOT LEAST, BY BUY ING FOR OUR 197 BUSY SORES IN SUCH LARGE QUANTITIES- WE MAKE ANOTHER LARGE SAVING. YOU ARE THE ONE TO PROFIT BY THIS. IF YOU WILL BUT TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE OPPORTUNITY. , ! 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