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FRIDAY, MAY 10,1929 PAGE FOUR THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON to leave In a week or so for Balem. Orj, which Is to be his new bead- SILVERTON FIRE might nave been experienced here, there was only the bare little office ol Judge Roger Foley In Las Vegas SCREEN IDOLS quarters. Capitaljjjournal DAMAGE IS SLIGHT Christ, Rev. Merlin HU1, pastor, will hold special services in honor ot tha dsy at II 'o'clock; there will be a baptismal service at 3:30 o'clock and a pantomime wUl be given by the ladles ot the choir at tha evening service. There will also be special services in honor of Mother's day at the Free Methodist church.
and there wlU be special music by the choir. At the Presbyterian church Rev. Henry Hanson wUl preaoh a sermon on the same theme and muslo will be a special feature of the service. Miss Pern Wads-worth will sing a solo; Miss Juanlta Hicks and Miss Ruth Oeer will sing a duet and there will be two numbers by the choir. The Ohurcn of BACK AT WORK During his residence here Delaney has been active in clvlo work and In the service clubs of the city and has been prominent in the work of the local American legion post at well Salem, Oregoa Established Birch IBM as a setting inside uie Minding the bridal couple and a few friends, outside an awed crowd peering through the windows.
CHURCHES PLAN TO HONOR MOTHERS All Independent Newspaper Published Every Mlernoon Except Sunday Hollywood, CP) John Gil as the chamber or commerce. "Delaney has been doing reoon-nalsance work in the Pacific North- at 13 a commercial street Telephone 81 News S3 Silverton The fire department was called to the Silverton Food Products company plant about 1:30 Wednesday where fire had been discovered by John Dick among a QEORQB PUTNAM, Edilot and Publisher bert, the Impetuous screen Idol, and In Claire, his actress bride, whose marriage in Las Vegas, Nev was followed by a hurried plane trip back to the film capital, took up the business of making motion pictures west and returned to Cntco shortly after 8 o'clock Saturday evening, after which he was' informed of bis Entered a second-class matter at Salem. Oregon pile of berry crates and boards that had been piled on the platform. Only about $18.00 worth of promotion Woodburn Mothers day will be SUBSCRIPTION RATES Bj carrier 10 cents a seek: 49 cents a month: is a rear tn advance again Friday. L.
Caray of Fresno, who has been here for the last 10 days, wUl succeed Delaney here, taking over appropriately observed In all of the Woodburn churches on next Sun Mother's Day Say It With Jewelry "A Gift That Lasts" By mall In Marlon and Polk counties, one month 60 cents; 3 months damage waa done by the fire, CONSTABLE FINED They must delay their honeymoon until after each completes work on day. At the Methodist Episcopal ijd; months 13.2a; i year 14.00. Elsewhere 50 cents a month; $3 a we amies at once." a current production. Gilbert's Is year aavanee. church Rev.
Aaron J. Neufeld will preach a sermon on "Motherhood," making "Redemption" for Metro- BROOKS A. TO MEET Brooks The Brooks Parent- $200 BOOZE COURT Gold wyn-Mayer, and Miss Claire Is starring In "The Awful Truth," for FULL LEASED WIRE 8EBVICE OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AND THE UNITED PBESS Teachers' association Willi hold Its Patno. Backache It Bladder Weakness, Getting On last meeting of the school year Fri Only a few hours after the mar The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use (or ot all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited in day night. There will be election of officers for the coming year and Dallas Robert E.
Howe. Dallas constable, was fined $200 late riage In the colorful little Nevada town, which experienced its most paper ana auo local news published herein. an parents ana adults are urged eventiui day since the Boulder Dam mj come. Thursday when he entered a plea of guilty to a charge of giving liquor to a 20 year old Monmouth Normal bill passed congress, the couple "Without or with offense to friends or foei I tketch your world exactly as it dues." BYRON We can save you from 20 to 50 on Watches, Diamonds, Rings and Novelties We fix them when others can't. Guaranteed Watch Repairing or Money Back THE JEWEL BOX 17J North Liberty Street Opposite J.
C. Penney Co. Salem oacK in xiouywooa mss nign. Nights, Backache, Burning or Itching Sensation, leg or groin pains make you feel old, tired, pepiess, and worn out why not make the Cystez 48 Hour Don't give up. Get Cystea today at any drug store.
Put It to a 48 hour test Money back 11 you dont soon feel like new, full ot Den. sleen well MRS. SPICER IMPROVES Brooks Mrs. Harriet Snlcer. who The air trip was as unexpected school girl.
Another charge of falling to re as any other detail or the romance. has been in poor health the past port a liquor law violation to the lew aays is reported improving Gilbert and his bride decided suddenly not to return on their special car, but to make a quick trip. 80 district attorney remains and was passed over to the October court slowly. Mrs. Splcer Is the mother of The Senate Revolt Mrs.
Jennie Otlbert and Is past 02 term. with pains alleviated. Try Cyslei they chartered a plane. years. today.
Only 60c. adv. President Hoover entered office with the prestige of an enormous popular majority, with an overwhelming Re The film colony has not recover DELANEY LAUDED GUESTS AT SAMP'S Brooks Guests at the home of ed from Its surprise at the suddenly revealed three week old romance. There had been no hint of It and the hurried train trip to Nevada; followed by the air return, BY CHICO PAPER Mr Mrs. Wlllard Ramp on Wednesday evening were Mrs.
George Harding of Multno, Mr. Brown of Salem, and Keith Wil lent color to the affair. liams of Brocks. Instead of the formality that The Ghico, Enterprise has khe following to say of J. T.
Delaney who comes to Salem as manager of the Oregon-Washington Water Service company: T. Delaney, for the last two years manager of the Chlco division of the California Water Ser vice company, has been promoted Round THp to the position 'Of vice president ot the Oregon-Washington Water Service company, a new branch of the Federal Water Service corpora tion. He, with Mrs, Delaney, plans WATCH FOR THE ANNOUNCEMENT of Our Opening Metropolitan Chain Store Inc. 148 N. LIBERTY ST.
SALEM, OREGON Always publican majority in trie House or Hepresentatives and a safe working party majority in the within three weeks of the convening of Congress in special session, his expressed wishes, even though accompanied by threat of veto, are overridden by the senate by the inclusion of the export debenture plan in the farm relief bill. Even before the session is fairly underway, the executive has lost control of the senate and is openly defied. And there is every indication the breach will widen with the days. It's the senate's way. Nearly all of our presidents have had trouble with the senate at some time or other.
Cleveland waged a continuous fight with it; McKinley, Taft, Harding and Coolidge quietly submitted to its dictation; Hoosevelt used the big stick, though not always successfully; Wilson alone had complete control during the first six years of his administration, but was eventually destroyed by it. But Mr. Hoover is the only one of the presidents to be overridden at the beginning of his administration. It was not so much resentment over the dictation of the President that influenced the senate in the debenture vote, as the pressure from home districts, the result of economic forces working in the farm regions, particularly in the wheat belt. The carry-over of wheat from last year is officially estimated at 225,000,000 bushels, but really over 300,000,000, to which must be added 70,000,000 bushels in Canada.
It is this enormous surplus, to which must shortly be added a similar surplus this year, that is worrying farmers and the administration, and which has placed wheat prices on the toboggan. This glut of wheat, which fills all the elevators, is what caused the eastern railroads to voluntarily grant, at Mr. Hoover's request, a reduction in freight rates on wheat from the interior to the seaboard to help move this vast surplus for export, in the idea that the freight reduction will help some. But what good will it do to move the wheat to seaboard, if there is no place to put it, and how can such an immense stock be dumped on the world market without smashing the price disastrously? Safe All Summer Choice of many routes Liberal stopovers Round Tripi Da sale dally May 22 to Sept 30 inclusive. Return limit Oct SI ST.
PAUL ST. LOUIS 87.65 CHICAGO 92.35 WASHINGTON $147.91 NEW YORK $153.75 Similar Fan to ether points Go East VI tha Famous Columbia River Scenic Route on Either the North Coast Limited -or Oriental Limited Full Details of 3. W. RITCHIE, Ticket Agent L. F.
KNOWLTON; General Agent Yfhenxour TODAY THE PROVING GROUND FOR MOTOR OILS IS IN THE AIR Children Ciy BIG OPENING for It Here's relief and comfort for cry ing, fretful, feverish babies or children that you don't need to urge or command them to take. They love the delicious taste of Fletcher's Castoria. Your doctor will tell you it's absolutely safe, so you can give tn normal Burplus ol wheat annually over home consumption Is 200,000,000 busheli, and this year's surplus may be considerably larger, it this crop comes In before the carry-over Is disposed of, It will mean a surplus In the United States alone of from 600,000,000 to 530,000,000 bushels, an amount nearly equal to one year's entire crop. Any such condition means the possibility of 60 cent wheat and the continued deflation of the farmer. It Involves such political as well as economic Implications that fantastic remedies are being proposed.
Mr. Hoover early declared that the executive branch would be kept distinct from the legislative and that he would leave the drafting of legislation to congress. However he has interfered constantly. The House farm relief bill is his own draft. He has personally taken a hand in the senate and in communications denounced the- debenture plan and sought to dictate terms of its bill.
In legislative interference, the executive has broken all records. During the election, it was claimed in behalf of Governor Smith, that his legislative and executive experience made him better qualified for the presidency than Mr. Hoover. As governor Mr. Smith had continuously to deal with hostile legislatures, with his own party in the minority, yet had successfully forced the enactment of his reform programs.
Mr. Hoover, it was pointed out, had never held an- elective office, only appointive administrative positions in which he had autocratic power, had never been in close contact with congress and had never acquired the political science of handling a legislative body. His initial efforts seem to prove the contention. it as ireeiy ana as oiten as needed to keep your children happy and well, A few drops is all it takes to quiet fretful, feverish, colicky babies)' relieve their btlliousness, gas on stomach, constipation, soothe them to sleep in a jiffy. For like disorders in older children, you simply use a little larger dose of the same reliable Fletcher's Castoria.
Don't use grown-f oiks' medicine; with babies or children, specialists' Saturday, May 11 RENTE SHALL say. Ninety per cent of them recom mend netcner uastoria; and tmr-ty years of steadily Increasing popularity proves they're right. To protect you from Imitations, the Fletcher signature Is on every bottle of genuine Fletcher's Castoria. 8 Miles West of Salem on Independence Highway INTRODUCING Paul Allen's Oregon State Rythm Mea A New Collegiate Band A RESPECTABLE COUNTRY DANCB Miss Amelia Earhart says: "I use VEEDOL Motor Oil in my airplanes, for all my flights, because I know the value of flawless motor protection in meeting every flying emergency Naturally, I use VEEDOL in my motor car, too." VEEDOL'S tougher, heavier-bodied film of protection gives you smoother motoring and more power Air-proved for road use Tested on the sky-ways to give the best performance on the high-ways! if you were to examine the list of our patrons you could not fail to gain a new. respect for this shop of men's wear.
for that list includes well known names of substance and standing in this community, men knowing the best, and as a matter of course obtaining it. such men turn naturally to this shop because in its insistence upon highest excellence, its fidelity to the highest merchandising ideals, and its moderate price policy, it represents all that they value most. THE NEW IE IE (TO IL EASTERN MOTOR OIL The law allows as much as 45,000 bacteria per cubic centimeter. The MARION COUNTY HEALTH UNIT made a test of our pasteurized milk on April 26 and it found only 300 bacteria per cubic center-meter. For PURE Milk Phone us.
LONCER. LIVED. 100 FROM PENNSYLVANIA AND PARAFFINE BASE CRUDES the man's shop hollis w. huntington salem, oregon Listen to the VEEDOL HOUR Swiliim ff7 Sri light, 9iS0 lOtOO P. M.
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