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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 22. 1022 . "
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CITNEWS IN BRIEF
l B. Thompson Hero j
- P. 8. " Thompson, i brother 1 of
Ralph Thompson of Salem,' came
down from Portland Friday to at
tend the funeral of the late John
Btull, hU , brotber:ln-law, who
died at Coronado a week ago and
was brought back to Salem for
burial. Ir; Thompson lived here
V OF THE '
2:158:00 p. m.
50c And 25c
MARION" DA VIES
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Scenic Showing Views
of Oregon Penitentiary
Are the Best Recommendation of
This institution offers a thorough, practical, and stan
. J , , dard education. at a cost within reach of the
It offers trainincr for collecriate demrees in :
.Agriculture ;. icui
Engineering : and 'Mechanic jVocational Education "
Arts . Chemical Engineering
Forestry 'Xr-. ; WlVt;--Mili tar y Science and
Home Economics ''TU' -"Tactics (
It offera training also in:' The School of Music, Physical
Education Industrial ; Journalism. ,
Fall Term Onens September 18
For circulars of Information and illustrated booklet
A-Vv;;-'"'write:to';(ri- ' ' v;v
, The Registrar,. Oregon Agricultural College, '
. Corvallis, Oregon ' " 4 1
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a number of years ago j leaving for
Portland about 16 years ago. tie
says that setting back here for
even a day, gives bin the fever;
and be'd be glad to i come back
to stay. He Is a painter and eon
tractor, with a good -business in
Deputy Cleric Itetorns '
: ; Mlsa Rnth Wallace, chief dis
penser of marriage licenses In the
office of County Clerk U. O. Boy
er, returned to the license, coun
ter yesterday alter a , Vacation
lasting 10 days. j
Dr. W. A. Johnson Tlaa Moved
HI office land is; associated
with Dr. Skiff, 306 Masonic brdg.
Marriage . license Xsoed
' A marriage license was granted
yesterday at the county clerk's of
fice to Charles Heagner, age 25,
Salem, and Marcella Uhl, 20, Sa
Dr. Utter -Will Return
- To his office July ! 24th. from
attending the National Dental
convention at Los Angeles. Adv.
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Give The Best
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PIPpLESS will save
one-third of the fuel
tunally consumed in
a pipe furnace.
FURNACE is all cast
iron and is easy on
fuel easy to regu
late and carries a
Thomas Magrath. "a seddler
was crrested Thursday night by
Patrolman victor and Branson on
a charge of violating the peddler's
ordinance. The complaint wa
signed by A. A. Flynn. He was
released under $10 ball. .
nadson SnpefSix .
Lika new $745 for immediate
sale. See Vick Brothers. Adv.
Annt WanU Jad SmUh
. Police yesterday were asked to
locate Jud Smith who was In Sa
lem sometome in the early
spring. Smith's aunt, Mrs. D. E.
Stevens, of Myrtle Point. Or.. In
anxious to locate her nephew.
Home Made Rrkk Ice Cream
Quart brick, service for eight,
60c The Spa. Adv.
Bn tiding Permit Granted
The city recorder's office yes
terday issued the following build
ing permits: George H. Patterson,
dwelling at 645 South Nineteenth
street to cost $2500; O. N. Gook
en. dwelling at 1S05 West Xob
Hill to cost $2,000.
Get them at The Statesman of
fice. Catalog on application.
Mr. and Mrs. Oswald's
Orchestra from O. A. C. will
play at the Grav Belle during din
ner this evening, and later at the
Dreamland rink for the dance.
Home Made Brick Ice Cream-
Quart brick, service for eight,
COc. The Spa. Adv.
Fraser Clan to Meet
- The descendants of Angus Fra
ser will hold their second annual
picnic. Sunday, July 23, at . the
springb on the Sunny Side Fruit
farm, seven miles South ot town
on, the' Jefferson highway. Sixty
persona are expected to attend,
many coming from a distance.
The picnic was held at WUhoit
Springs a year ago. '
We will be in the market for
cherries until Monday night, Jnly
24; we need a few more to fill
our demands, and will be glad to
buy. Bring them, even if they
are green. We thank the grow
ers for their fine business this
year, and we shall come again.
Lyons California Glace Fruit Co.
Evangelistic service in West
Salem Methodist church Snnday
evening. 1 Rev. A. Hawthorne will
speak on the way of Salvation.
Florence and Mary St. Pierre will
sing. , The public is invited.
Films Developed Free
Leave your films today at Pat
ton's Book Store. Adv.
An Angeleno Now
JL;-C. Sherwood," formerly war
den of the penitentiary, who with
Mrs. Sherwood and their young
est daughter has been visiting in
Oregon, will start today on the
homeward trip to Los Angeles
from Salem. They were at the
auto camp ground last . night.
They will make stops at Spring
field and Cottage Grove, and oth
er points. They have their Stude
baker thoroughly equipped for
camping and (are therefore quite
independent. Mr.' Sherwood has
been at. Los Angeles for two
McINTIRE Joel F. Mclntire died
at the home ot his sister, Mrs.
M. J. Howe, 65 North Sixteenth
street July 21, at 1 p. m. Mr.
Mclntire, who was 81 years old
is survived by one sister, Mrs.
M. J. Howe of Salem, one bro
ther, W. Mclntire of Pomona,
Cal.. two nieces, Mrs. . Paul
Stege of Salem, and Mrs. G. S.
Freeburger, pt Tigard, Or., and
one pephew, C. H. Howe of Eu
gene, Or. Funeral services at
the Webb & Clough mortuary,
July 22, at 2 p. m.
Webb '& Clough
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' Wear them and see
, Easier and Better
Phone 1255. Sales, Oregon
SAVE $ $ $
by buying your hardware and for
llture at The Capital Hard wart
k Furniture Co SIS No. Com
mercial street. . Phone SIT.
Parts for One-Third to
!" I buy bid cars .
424 N. Com!. Phone 523
years, and he has prospered there
in the building and selling and
tenting of residence property oat
towards the western parts of that
wonderfully growing city.'
Change Made la Firm
; Olaf Oleson. who has been in
the euto business in Salem tor
more than four years, has bought
out A. W. Rook stool, who has
been in partnership with him for
nine months. The firm name will
be the Oleson Auto Exchange as It
was t-efore Mr. Rookstool purchas
ed an Interest in it, according to
Mimic During Dinner
This evening at the Gray Belle,
by Oswald's orchestra from O. A.
Hadson Super Six
Like new $745 for Immediate
sale. "5ee Vick Brothers. Adv.
Many Attend Concert
The band concert which was
given in Willson park last night
was attended by an unusually
largo crowd. Solos by Mrs. Hal
lie Parrish Hinges and Oscar
Gingrich were features of the
program given by the Salem Cher
Trunks, Bags and Leather
Before yon take a trip call and
look at those Betterbilt trunks at
F. E. Shafers, 170 9. Commercial.
Root. White and Party Here
Robert A. White and wife, of
Oakland, Calif., accompanied by
his mother, Mrs. Nettle White,
and her mother, Mrs. Ida Crain
of Long Beach, are visitors this
week with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Un
derbill, of South Twelfth street.
The California party is up here
for a two weeks' vacation, intend
ing to visit Portland and the Co
lumbia highway as a part of its
itinerary, and to stop over to see
a cousin of the Whites, Charles
Littler of Forest Grove. Mrs.
Whita is a cousin of Mrs. Under
bill, and of J. B. Littler of Sa
lem. The visitors report a "de
lightful trip from the'r home,
though some of the detours where
the highways are being hard-surfaced
in Southern Oregon, will be
bad traveling until the new roads
are finished and opened. They
found no forest fires anywhere
near the highway; some unfortu
nate fires seem to be burning at
a considerable distance from the
road, but nothing serious, so far
as they could see.
A Classified Ad
Will bring you a buyer. Adv.
Attorney Roy Shields was a Sa
lem visitor to Portland Friday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hit, ot Whit
t?er, Calif., drove in to Salem Fri
day on their way to Portland and
the Columbia River highway
They visited friends in the. city,
including Mrs. Charles J. Lisle,
of 10 it South Thirteenth," whom
they had known back in Nebraska,
a , number of years ago. .
. Miss Conif red Hurd, chosen as
permanent woman director for the
municipal play grounds for the
season, . has returned to Salem
from her summer vacation, and
has taken up the work that was
carried on during her absence by
Miss Etta White.
Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Sherwood
ot Los Angeles are guests in Sa
lem. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyers and
baby of Cottage Grove are in Sa
lem. Mr. Meyers Is receiving treat.
ment at a local hospital following
an accident in a saw mill. f
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Pugh went
to Portland yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Inman and
the'r niece, Joy Turner, and Prof.
William E. Moses of Jefferson
have just returned following a
few days spent at' the Turner cot
tage, "Overlook." near Bayocean,
Miss Ruth Wallace and Miss
Anna Hibacek, returned this week
from Alaska where they spent
their vacation. I
R. J. Valiton left yesterday for
Albert Hawkins of Portland was
in Salem yesterday.
Psrcy Cupper is expected home
today from Medford where he
has. been on business connected
with the state engineer's office.
Twelve children and several
grand children gathered Friday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
K.' Cross,', at 1051 South Thir
teenth, for a family reunion. Six
of the children, Lee, Edward,
G)adys,tKHomer, Melvin and Mil
dred, are living with the parents;
four .ot hers live in or near Salem
Mrs. Minnie Johnson, R. B.
Cross and J .M. Cross; and two ef
the family come from outside
points Mrs. Edna Olsen from
Portland and Mrs. Maude York
from Kalama,- Wash. A photog
rapher went out to the home and
took tha whole remarks Me family
group, as a souvenir of the occa
sion. After the big reunion din
ner, the whole family drove oat
to the mnniclpal band concert, at
Willson Park. Mr. and Mrs. Cross
senior area in good health, and
their large and Interesting family
give them a distinction that, the
little-familied people can't possi
bly know. : ' '
The. name ot the new master of
Canton. Tip Kne. has Just enough
of the college veil flavor to pet
the ousted Sun Tat Sen to think
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RAILROAD SHOPS OPEN UNDER MILITARY
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The railroad shops of the country reopened without serious trouble at any point. ; In many places
where disturbances were feared, the shops were opeaed under the protection of National Guardsmen's
guns and United States marshals. This picture shows the gateway to one of Jersey City's freight yards
guarded against any trouble that might arise. .
Park Superintendent . Kept
Busy With Washer Women
For the second time this sea
son Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Harley of
Long Beach, Cal., registered at
the local auto camp last night.
"We appreciate your camp after
our travels since we were here,"
they told T. G. Albert, superin
tendent of the grounds.
Among the things mentioned in
particular by Mr. and Mrs. Harley
was the clean manner in which
the grounds are kept in Salem.
The numerous women desiring
to use the camp laundry at one
and the same time have no more
troubles than the superintendent
of the camp and his assistant.
They must find some one. time in
the evening after 7:30 when the
room is . deserted' and they . can
lock up. That particular time is
hard to find, they say.
The washer women are usually
lined up with their bags of soiled
clothes when .Mr. Albert arrives
soon after 8 oclock . in the morn
ing. For. the next 12 hours the
two tubs which the laundry room
contains are seldom. If ever, idle,
Mr. Albert says. The hot water
available for the laundry tubs is
especially appreciated by the tour
ists who find it bard to heat wa
ter in any quantity over the small
camp stove. " . 7
' Twenty-five cars remained over
for another night and new arriv
als last night included E. E. Lee,
Springfield; H. H. Smith. Lewis,
Colo.; F. J. Stark, Dufur; Mr.
!and Mrs. Geo. Peterman, San An
tonio, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Sherwood, Los Angeles; Mr. and
Mrs. N. F. Neil, Mont Rose, Colo.;
WTR.Tloney, Seattle; J.W. Ole
son, A. Miller, Los Angeles; A. E.
McCIain. Centralia; Jqhn V. Ath
ehon, Kansas; Mr and Mrs. A.
O.Babcock, Seattle j; Mr .-and Mrs.
R. C. Bowers, Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
Krug, Myrtle Point; Mr. and Mrs.
E. H. Balzer, Peoria, 111.; Mr. and
Mrs. B. C. Falk, Vancouver; Mr.
and Mrs. G. E. Fltts. Taft, Cal.;
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dunlap, Port
land; Mr. and 'Mrs; C. A. Tilley,
Mr. and Mrs. S. Tilly, Salt Lake;
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wendling, Chil
ton, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. F. H.
Weatherly, Multnomah; E. L.
Comings, Bremerton; Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Harley, Long Beach;
Mr. and Mrs- C. Cator. Harlan,
Ore.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oliff,
Gillet. Wyo. .
Falls City Prepares
For League Meet
DALLAS, Ore., July 21. (Spe
cial.).; Big preparations are going
on in Falls City for the Northwest
ern Epworth League Institute
which will be held in that city one
week commencing next Monday,
Jnly 24th.- The institute is one
of the first ever held In this sec
tion of the state and seldom held
in towns the size of Falls City
Several hdndred delegates and
visitors are expected to attend the
institute and preparations are be
ing made to handle ythe crowd.
Every available room In the city
has been taken, and it. Is believed
that a large number of those at
tending will make the trip by au
to and camp in Falls Citys beauti
ful park. "Ji .
New Teachers Named
' H for Dallas Schools
DALLAS.' Or.. July 21. (Spe
cial to The ' Statesman.)- At a
meeting of .".the 'Dallas school
board, -held this week, two teach-ese-jwere
elected to fill the vacan
cies caused by the resignation of
two of the teachers of last year's
staff. Miss Ruth Jellnek ot
Crete, Neb., was elected to the
position of commercial teacher,
and Miss Esther Fall of -Eugene
was chosen to fill the vacancy in
the English department: Two
vacancies still exist on the teach
ing staff, those of principal of
the high school, a position held
last year by C. J. Everett, who
resigned a few weeks ago, aird
that of manual training instruc
tor, made vacant by the death of
J. A. Griffin, who was killed in
an automobile accident near Sa
lem the latter part ot June.
Masonic Services Held at
Burial of Former Promin-v
ent Salem Resident.
Masonic ritual services were
held ' over the grave of the late
John Stull, Friday afternoon, fol
lowing the bringing of the remains
from Coronado,'- California, .where
he died- a few days ago. The ser
vices were presided over by Wil
liam Bennett, in the- absence of
the master of the Masonic lodge
Mr. Stull, who died at the age
of 72 years, was a former resident
of South Salem, and at one time
owned considerable property here.
He married a sister of Ralph
Thompson of Salem and is sur
vived by her. 'They had no chil
dren. He had lived in California
for many years before coming
here; he was one of the executive
officers of the great Petaluma.
Calif., incubator factory, the
greatest Industry of Its kind in
Mrs. Stull is now here in Sa
lem, with her brother. She may
make this her future home,
IB ON RATES
Commercial Clubs and
Large Shippers Requested
for Opinions on Hearing
Calling attention to the country-wide
investigation soon to be
made of express rates by the in
terstate commerce commission,
the Oregon public service commis
sion will today address communi
cations to the various commercial
clubs and larger express shippers
of the state, asking for the'r
views in regard to the matter.
.."We ask these in advance of
the hearing In order that the com.
mission may, be in a better posi
tion to be of assistance . to the
shippers of the state," it was said,
j: Members of the commission
said , that It Js reasonable to as
sume that existing differences in
rate levels between zones will be
critically examined during the in
vestigation and that a new rate
structure will probably result. .
, William Carter, alias WUlIam
Burns, up for sentence for. forg
ery at La Crosse, Wis., was ques
tioned in the district court about
his past life. His record seemed
clean up to the. time of the, forg
ery, until he quietly remarked; '
"The last job I did was at a
bank at Black River Falls, Wis
consin." : The auditors in the court room
leaned forward with renewed in
terest."' The Judge looked grave.
"What kind of a Job?" the
judge? asked sternly.- - "-v
Carter replied meekly. I clean
ed the bank chimney.' f
; A ND POLICE GUARD.
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Boys' Camp to Open August
First Scout Leaders
Registrations for the Boy
Scouts cummer camp at Cascadia,
are. coming in satisfactorily, and
a numcer of promises have been
made that Insure a large attend
ance." -The camp opens Tuesday,
August 1, when the hoys are to
leave Salem, and .lasts .for two
weeks. -V . ' '. :-V .' ' '-".;.'
"Arrangements have been made
for tracks to take the baggage,
but Scent Executive Howard Zin
zer announce that he needs sev
eral autos to take the boys them
selves. It will be an easy day's
trip (roin Salem. The road up
the ' river to Cascadia is said to
be in ideal condition," and It win
be a delightful trip 'for any one
who can; take a day off and give
the boys a lift. ; Mr. Zinzer asks
that any one with a car, who will
serve for this trip shall volunteer
early, and they will count on this
service, f : ; ' ;' . "; :'
The' further . registration ; ot
Scouts whd are going to the camp
is urged, as early as possible. The
date of. July 2Sth, next Tuesday,
had teen fixed as the last day
for Teg-stratlon, so that the au
thorities can prepare adequate ac
commodations. It makes such a
difference whether they buy' sup
plies for 30 boys, or 60, that It
is urged for all boys who' expect
to go, to register early.
; A few good older fellows, or
men. would find a good 'reception
as directors and advisors. The
Scout, force in Salem has no good
men to. spare. In fact there are
not enough to give adequate di
rectory service, and It is hoped
that a few more v good t . leaders
may he developed. If any man
th'nks he is especially capable to
help oyi, and will go to this
summer' Scontamp, he will find
a splendid testing ground; and. he
can get on permanently, if , he
makes good in the camp. Up in
Butte, Montana, a camp of 1 00
men has been formed, to go out
and take an intensive course in
woodcraft, as training for Scout
leadership. . Scout Executive Zin
zer wants a few good volunteers
fof this summer's camp, as train
ing for later permanent work.
However, the economy of na
ture, governed by a wise and lov
ing Providence, is so transcendent
in its functioning ' that often
things good and beautiful grow
smiling from the mire of , that
which had seemed altogether evil.
Wonderful world we're living in.
Ail we need do Is to open our eyes.
NEW GRAIN BAGS
AND SACK TWINE -
D. A. WHITE & SONS
251-261 Slate Street, Salem, . Oregon 5 "
LADD& BUSH, BANKERS
' ' . '. EsUMIsled ISM
General TUntlnj Enxfarrj
Office Hour from
Plans to Build Dams and
Booms; Specify Expendi
ture of Half Million 'J
Application for a -franchise to
baild ; dams and booms and to
driva and catch logs and timber
on a portion ot the Deschutes
river and on all of the MetoUus
and Warm Spring rivers, togeth
er with other tributaries which
might be ased for.lumberlng pur
poses, was filed, bj the Riysr
Logging . & ; Lumber company, a
Washington orporatiefwtth. :
the public service t commission
yesterday.? V:"' .-'-4
Improvements contemplated by
the organisation Involve the ex
penditure of approximately 1500,
000 which will embrace the erec
tion of a sawmill, according to
the application. : Shear booms
and dams also will be built. It
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It is estimated that these im
provements will furnish " the
means for transporting t.000.
000,000 feet of timber located
on the drainage area ot the seve
ral streams mentioned In the ap
I NEW CORPORATIONS ; I
.Martin Hoven, Rebecca Iloven
and John LV' Storla. of Columbia
county, are the .Incorporators of
Hoven'a Independent Ferry . cor
poration, forwhich articles ot in
corporation jfere filed with the
corporat'on department here yes.
terday.. . "i. .
Five thou'-and1 dollars is to be
the capital stock of the organisa
tion and 1U headquarters are to
be at Coble. ' . - -v.o
Articles of dlasolutloa. were
filed by the Columbia Timber
company and the Harold Invest-'
ment company, both of Portlanl
1 want to buy a good
payinf; business iir ?
Wliat have yoa to
.'.(offer?.". , .
Write ' L2 Statesman
New Mason Fruit Jars,
Quarts 70c Dozen
215 Center, Street
Phone.' 598 v
We buy and sell
Pays Best Cash Prices'
, lor" ; K
The House of Half ji :
Million and One Bargains
402 N. ComX Phone 523
10 $L xa, to 8 p. tSg