Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, December 30, 1922, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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    SAY FREE PORTS
Ul
OF SWEDEN HELP
TO ALL TRADERS
Stockholm, Dec. 29. How
American exporters can ship
transit merchandise to Sweden
and land and store It there with
out worrying about tariff regula
tions, is explained in recent re
ports issued by the three free ports
of Stockholm, Malmoe and Gothen
burg. Sweden is Interested in the de
velopment of her free ports, all re
cently opened wtlh the object of
facilitating transit trade from the
west to the Baltic states and Rus
sia by enabling foreign exporters
to place in the free ports consign
ments of gods intended for' the
Swedish and Baltic markets under
conditions of absolute safety.
There are no import duties, and
the storage rates are so low, com
pared to American charges, that
It is said an American shipper can
send his goods to Malmoe, for ex
ample, resell them from that place
in smaller parcels out of -stock,
and then return the unsold con
signments to America without
having incurred any loss because
of ocean freight charges. There
Is also the added7 advantage of
having been able to supply his
buyers with the least possible de
lay.
Statistical returns show that
during the past year the free port
at Stockholm earned the interest
on the investment and even a
ellgut surplus. The free port of
Gothenburg, during less than two
months, has been used by 230
ships, chiefly American and Dutch
and the traffic is now growing so
that the Gothenburg bank has
opened a special branch office
within the port. Industrial plants
will be erected within the confines
'if this port to manufacture prod
ucts from goods temporarily in
korage, and such manufactures
'nay be shipped out without hav-
ng incurred any SwedlBh tariff
i-harges on the imported material.
'orelgn exporters of automobiles
( nd machinery may ship parts and
ilo the assembling work in the
ree ports.
j The Malmoe free port is equip
!cd with up-to-date electric cranes
;nd other machinery for handling
argoes, and has a pier frontage
f about 2200 feet, with a depth
(30 feet. '
HANGE IN FRUIT
LAWS ARE SOUGHT
'At a recent meeting of the state
.iBi'd of horticulture, held in
irtland, among other things cen
tered was a changing of the
Ipplng point and fruit inspection
w, by which it can be made more
iixlble and workable, according
( Charles A. Park, president of
e board. The board would like a
.ff changes In order that the law
,iy be carried out more conven
'dly. In carrying out the intent for
ich the law was enacted, the
Vgon state horticultural beard
i t fall entered into an agree
t nt with the bureau of markets,
Serai department, for coopera
te work in shipping point inspec
tion.
This means that any shipper of
fruits or vegetables who wishes to
have the qualtly or grade of his
product officially determined, may
have the car Inspected at shipping
point, receive a certificate as to
exact conditions of fruits or vege
tables in the car, and feel assured
that when it arrives at its desti
nation, this certificate will be
prima facie evidence as to grad
ing .and quality of fruit, in any
federal court in the United States.
This law was in partial operation
this past fall, Mr. Park said.
The effect of shipping point In
spection Is to standardize the pack
of fruit and vegetables, so that a
box of apples, for instance, coming
from the northwest will be exact
ly alike In quality, whether com
ing from Oregon, Washington or
Idaho.
The law to some extent makes
it almost necessary for growers
and shippers to put up fruit and
vegetables in a manner acceptable
to the customer, as the customer
in the long run is the Judge as to
quality and worth of fruit ship
ments from the northwest.
Milwaukee, Wis. Johnny Dun
dee. Junior lightweight champion,
outboxed Tommy O'Brien, Califor
nia, in ten rounds, newspapermen
said.
His
oci'etv
(Additional Society from Page 3.)
Open House
atY.W.C.A.
Is Monday
Between the hours of three and
six o'clock Monday the Y. W. C.
A. will hold open house for
friends who wish to call at the
association rooms. Instead of
leaving conventional cards, it has
been suggested that the guests
bring a book from their library
to contribute to the associations
library. Bibles an needed especial
ly to supply the members of Mls.i
Nina McNary's Bible study class.
During the afternoon there
will be several musical numbers,
among the ones that have been
arranged for is a piano solo by
Miss Grelchen Brown, and a vocai
solo by Mrs. Ward Willis Long.
The committee in charge and wh:
will act as hostesses with other
board members includes, Mrs.
George Brown, Mrs. R. E. Lee
Stelner, Mrs. U. G. Shipley, Mrs.
W. Connell Dyer, Mrs. A. J.
Rahn.
Miss Marlon Wyman of Lin
coln, Nebraska, the new secretary
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, UKUUUJN
MUTT AND JEFF Mutt Had Visions 6f Affluence.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1922
Copyright 1920 by Int'L Feature Service Ins. Trale Mark Reg. In the U. S.
IM&C.T MOOING
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of the Y. W. C. A. will arrive in
Salem Monday morning and the
open house will also be a meant
of welcoming her to her work
here. The Y. M. C. A. is holding
an open house also on Monday af
ternoon and doubtless many of
the guests will visit both associa
tions.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Itaamussen
will leave Salem the first of the
week to make thtir home in Se
attle, Washington. Mr. Rasmus
sen is connected with the W. P.
Fuller company. The many
friends of the Rasmussens will
regret to hear of their leaving Sa
lem.
Mrs. George Rose and Miss Ilel
en Rose who is home for the hol
idays were Portland visitors yes
terday. Mrs. Allan Bynon of Portland
is a holiday guest at the home of
her parents, Colonel and Mrs. E
Hofer.
Mrs. C. L. Brown of Vancouv
er, Washington, and her two
daughters, Mary Louise and Eliz
abeth Ann, are ths holiday guest?
of Mrs. Ida Niles. Friday after
noon Mrs. Niles was hostess for
Troubled with Weak Kidneys
"Have been troubled with
weak kidneys since, childhood,"
writes Mrs. G. Hyde, Benzonla,
Michigan. "Now past forty and
have had terrible backache and
that tired out feeling, hardly able
to do my work. By using Foley
Kidney Pills accompanied with
Foley Cathartic Tablets I soon
felt like a new person." Back
ache, rheumatic pains, dizziness
and blurred vision are symptoms
of kidney trouble. Foley Kidney
PUls give quick relief. (adv)
MARION HOTEL
SALEM, ORE.
OFFICIAL AAA
An Hotel worthy of its reputation as the largest and
most complete in Oregon out of Portland.
Special attention given to Luncheon and Dinner
parties.
her
a few old friends honoring
daughter. The afternoon was
spent in social conversation and
recalling events that had happen
ed in previous years. The after
noon was a very pleasant one for
the guests who were invited.
Dr. A. E. Winship of Boston,
who has been one of the princi
pal speakers at the Oregon state
teachers association in Portland
Is the guest today of Mr. and
Mrs. A. N. Fulkerson at their
country home "KilKare." Dr.
Winship is editor of the Journal
of Education and is a platform
orator nationally known. After
his visit In Salem Dr. Winship
will return to his home in Boston.
Mrs. Paul Hendricks was host
ess yesterday for a bridge lunch
eon with members of the club and
inviteu guests milking up the
party. Mrs. Allan Bynon of Port
land, Miss Florence Sherman of
Eugene, Mrs. Donald Young and
Mrs. William Mort were guests
invited in addition to the mem
bers. Mrs. Donald Young was the
winner of high score in the af
ternoon bridge game. The club
will meet again informally in two
weeks with Mrs. Clifford Farmer.
The members of the club are::
Mrs. John Carson, Mrs. Allan Car
son, Mrs. Hollis Huntington, Mrs.
Clifford Farmer, Mrs. Clifton Ir
win, Mrs. Carl Ndlspn, Mrs. Ho
mer Egan and Mrs. Paul Hendricks.
BIG NEW YEARS
DANCE
at Armory Tonight
By Billie Webb's 8 Piece
DIXIE LAND ORCHESTRA
All Welcome Popular Prices
Dance Till 1 o'Clock
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TIRES
SPECIAL PRICE
Closing out discontinued lines United States chain
tread single tube tread like cut at $2.00 each; also
several other odd tires and sizes, $1.50 to $2.00.
See them in the window.
Lloyd E. Ramsden
387 Court Street
DltBELL'S
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For Cou$w aid Colds
tHhlng Hpt yoor vitality and .Iowa
j wn your work mora than a cold
I tha kind that drags on and on.
i urlah thoaa atrangth-ateallng colds
j Ichlr, limply. Dr. BU'a tlm-prova
r iwdr break tight, raiplna oougha.
r- n phlegm, oot Net Irritated throata.
t eck eolda at tha etertl Bia tr. BaU'a
i 'ay. All druggteta, 300.
EADOWLAWN DAIRY
; Phone 90F12
inspect our dairy. The state
pector says "It's one of the
: t in the state. Investigate
i sourso of your milk.
.NTED All kinds of Poul
ry, Butter, Veal, Pork, Mut
um and Beef live or dressed,
very day this week.
SOPLE'S MEAT MARKET.
N. Liberty St. Phone 994
FORD OWNERS I00K
ave your Ford painted for
is. Surprise your friends.
pe are running a special on
Is during December only,
on't miss this unusual op
unity. IANCE AUTO PAINTING
i CO.
.9 State, cor. Front St..
' . Second Floor
Battery Courtesy
As we see it in this business,
courtesy means taking care of
you promptly when you come in
-seeing to it that you get exactly
what you want and that yWre
thoroughly satisfied when you
drive away.
Ther6's no place for anything
like a "don't care" attitude in a
business like this one of ours.
We want your battery to give
you all the months and miles of
service there are in it whether it
happens to be a Willard or not.
E. H. BURRELL
238 N. High St.
Phone 203
Representing
Wlard Batteries
(THREADED RUBBER INSULATION)
CHAPPY NEW YEAR M
May the coming year erase your j
rrn troubles and sorrow, bring cheer, Ma
raj happiness and prosperity on S
?ajS every side. 5Q1
Wrf This is the heartfelt wish of M
Miller's.
I 1 923 I I
SPRING TIME Ii
tij As a prophecy of the ideas . 13
W which will dominate the new ra9
Q season, our Initial display of 53
$U Spring Dresses fortell the sea- , M$
frf son's style trend. tnS
This showing of lovely taffeta KS3
jM silk frocks for Spring is a lM
11 ' triumph! It proves Miller's O
Q - reputation for accurate style Eg
prediction. ! . E&3
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I - fMILLERfi I
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Salem's Leading Department Store frjJ
"Liberty at Court Street" 'M
GENUINE FORD PARTS'
Are made of the highest quality material, by good work
men and by the most efficient methods. From the
smallest gear to the motor block itself
THEY ARE PERFECTION
If you would get the utmost value for your money
DEMAND GENUINE FORD PARTS
Buy them from us and you are assured of Genuine Ford
quality and service.
Valley motor Co.
260 North High Street. Salem, Ore.
SaajKaaeaEirHipiM
A H
APPY N
and a fond goodbye to the achievements of yesteryear. A store, like
an individual, cannot live upon achievements of the past. They must be
forgotten in the hustle anofbustle of accomplishing better work.
.
During every minute of every business day, this store strives on to the
goal of doing greater things, and with the beginning of the new year, it
pledges itself to 'carry on" always with the aim to further endear itself
into the hearts of its patrons.
Free 1923 Calendars
Free 1923 Calendars
SENSATIONAL NEW YEAR
re - Inventory Sale
CONTINUES
Tuesday and Wednesday
Store Open Tonight until 9 P. Ma
Shop Today , If Possible. -
CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY