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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON ;
s -t SATURDAY MORNING, , MARCH 31, 1923
Mils'" i mm
. FbUawingiis the official
publication of Its record ti
chhu ' before ; Uie
ccssty ccniraixxionerx court
for the March; term, J 923
villi the amount allowed,
tlie t office of ; the r cotmrjf
' r . '(Continued from yesterday)
? Poor Account,' Cont.
Ilendricsoa, f Mrs..; Mabel; ' - ? f,
Tellef . . . . , . . .'. .. . . ; 8.00
. 5 Circuit Court Account. '
C&rf right, s
Florence ' B.;
Culver.;StelU Crballiff .
Scalp Bounty. -McCallum,
E. L., bounty
on-uklns ..'..".."';.-; '4. - 2.00
Itrgtetratioa and Ejection..
Boyer., 0. O.. coT. clerfc,' cash ; I
! advance Tor-stamps . '. . 22.00
! SfterifTs fJ.Tlc--Kxpen.ses. ,
Barbery Ws.T.i, ;casaad.-
R.R.- farei faieals,, etc.. 46.20
Bower. O. D., cash ad, ac
5 count auto hire ... .. 9.20
Bowtr, O. D., cash adv. ac- .
count R. R. fare, meals,
eta deputy Bherlff. ..;-157.65
Bower. O. t. J cash adv. ac -
cd to liVX prohibition en
forcement ........ .
Bower, O. D., cash adT. tor
- envelopes , ......... . . .
Commercial Book Store," ;
blanks Ink, etc. . . .: 24.55
Commercial , Printing Co..
letterheads i . ". ..
Kress, Fred, extra work as
j6xi, C. Cr- dO. .. . , . . '
Moore, Don iff.' do. '-. .' . i i
Moo ea. CoL.jRq3v: 1b..5
legal blanks, etc ......
Olson, John A., extra work
a, tax' clerk .-. . . . . . . .
Oref on Statesman, public
The,PacIfk:sTil. 4 Tel. Co
i telephone services v....
Accident Conunlssieb--I nsur-
-l t..:-., fiance. . " . ,..;v
Stat riidatrial Accident '.
' Commission, contrlb- ac
cqjnf accident' : . v .". .Vi
State Industrial Co., dov. ...
The 'Western Union Tele
graph, telegrams '. .. . .
Salem Water.! Light &
Power Co., water serv
: . . . . . ....... i . . 2.85
Schellbergy If. carpenter'
M work ar Court Hons . 32.25
, Circuit Court ArMont:
r.lanCa nGriff ith. Dr. L F., profes?
Bionai services 2 5.00
The Pacific Tel. ic. Tel. Co.,
telegraph' 'services . . . . 6.2 S
fatton Bros., ink .... i so
r bieinnock, Mrs. ; Ida, wit-
i: -r . 4-:: f 88 -Is ' " 4.40
vi.-u-iicu, ciu, w- uates, L.owell, do. : ; . . . 11.60
teVMl tl rctcrdf cocTarPrc
clasp envelopes . . f . .'1 io.
unrun. u. jc.. Justice .... -Unruh,
G. K., Justice ... .
Delong, W. E. constable. .
Unruh, Q E., Justice : . . . ,
Vnruh, G. E., Justice ; . . .
Unruh. G. E.. Justice ....
Unruh, Q. E.; Justice ; . . .
- Srate vs. Clausori, -et al
McCord, Blaine, justice
Covey, F. W.. constable
State vs.: Bauer t
Unruh, a.,!.. Justice T.".
Covey; JTank, constable. .
Ste vs. Byron, et al
McCord. Blaine, justice..
Covey, F. W., constable
State vs. Chapin
Unruh, G. E , j .mice . . . . i
DeLong, W. EL,- constable
State vs. Cherry City Bakery,
Unruh, at E., justice."... 3.85
- State vs.- Hastings, et al
Unruh, G. E.. Justice. . . . 8.95
ueong,, vv. constable 84.21
oiaie vs. Jones et al
Unruh, G. E., Justice ....
DeLong, W. E., constable
oiaie ts. Js.ronoerg, et
Unrnh, O.-E., Justice....
. State vs. Lindsay i
Unruh. O. fi.. Justice
DeLong, W. E., constable
.' State vs. Matfcews
McCord. Blaine, justice.'.
Covey. F, W., constable. .
State vs. Mivao
McCofd, Blaine, justice, Cont'd.
Covey. F. W.,i constable. Cont'd,
estate vs. Parker
Unruh, G. E., Justice . .
DeLong, W. R, constable
State vs. Walker :
Unruh. G. E., Justice . . .
DeLong, W. E.. constable
Tyrer, Frahk. witness ... .
Johnson, J. E4, do .... .
Berger, Henry, do . ... .
Stat vs.' Walker
Unruh, G. E., Justice. . . .
School Superintendent's '
Baillid, W. H.,5 repairs for
car, -etc ...- ... .-i
re : attending teachers : .
institute as instructor... 4.00
Commercial Book Store, i
ink and well .W. t- 2.60
Fulkerson Mary L., trav-
t eling expense .V.
Fnlkerson, Mary L., cash
adv acct.- stamps i .
The J. J. Kraps - Co., ug-
gestive outlines ......
The Pacific Tel. & Tel.
Co.,' telephone service..
Patton- Bros,, ink." etc. . .
Reid, Cora E.,icounty tru- vX
-s ant of fleer !. . 15.00
- Clerk's Of nee. j
Berfelson" Printing" Co.,
pT.nqng record book .
Farrar, J. H., P. MVenve-
lopes . . ..3
Oretoh, , Statesman, public
.semi-annual Ttepbrts . .;. '
The Pacific Telephone Co.,
telephone services ; z.'.si
v'' ,Rcorler' Office. .
The Pacific Telephone &:
Pattori1 Bros.' bands, pen'
pants; erasers . . i. . . . v . v
Sims. Paul-. M.. Filing
stamps and -pads': ; .
, rTreasurer OffTcd'-
Oreson- Statesman,'- pnblfc
The Pac, Tel. & Tel. Co....
telephone services 1 . ... -: f
The Frederick Post. ink,.
, pen and tape ..';..-..
Herr1ckr B. B., . cash r d.::
accL stamps t .;. . . . . ,
Tatton Bros.,-pencsils and.-'
cico. .........'...... :
Store, paper . .; ' 3.10
qnmmercial Printing Co.t
blanks I 16.15
Klllott, N.. D., record book 25.00
.1 oores &,Co. Rosa E., as-
( sessment blanks, etc . 76L9d
1. e P4ciac Tel. & Tel. Co.,
telephone services .... 9.45
Patton Bros., pencils, paper
Rowland , Printing Co., sol- ,
soldier oaths . ; . . ... . 7.5
:egmuna,: Floyd, making x f
bteelhammer. O. tA., cash v -
adv. for stamps ... ... ' 5.00
District Attorney's Of fleet
Commercial Printing Co., -
Legal blanks ..... 28.7d
Garfield, Edna, reporting
services '.. . . . v ... 5.00
The Pacifie Tel. & Tel. Co.,
services rendered .... . 2.88
Page, Lyle J., cash ; adv. :
traveling expenses . . . 10.00
The Western Union Tele-,
phone Co,, telegraph ser-
ves .5..- -.....--.. 2.24
Campbell, Alice, witness
county court and com:. - 2.20
Campbell, Ira do. . . . w . 2.20
Campbell. O. P., do. ..... 2.20
Capital Journal, public
claim docket . .... . . . . 75.20
Commercial Book Store,'1
coloredpencils . . 1.25
Downing. A. L., auditing . .
county records . ...... lbo.OO
Knjelbrta iAlma., copying
V auditor' report 11.60
Oregon Statesman, .pub '
lishing claim docket.. 75.20
The--Pacific Telephone A
Telegraph Co., telephone -1
services . . i . . . . . J . 8.10
Siegmund,:'J. C;, auditing 4 '
county records. 110.00
Tboraas, Arch H., witness1- 5.00
AeKllman, Louis, repairing 1 t
plnmbin etc.. Court
house . 2.75
Capital City Steam Laun
dry, laundry iiv.....;..; 3.50
Cooper, Whlt., hauling
rubbish . . . f . L 1.50
Domogalla.'Frank AJ,' haul-"
ing wood ; i 24.00
Edwards, Geo. E., do. "... 3.50
Farmer Harware Co.; Hay .
In'sash cord t' .65
Fraser, A. L., plumbing re-
pah parts ...... . . . . 5.30
Gilmer. John W., hauling
wood, . . . i :, ...... 3.50
Hart man Bros. Co., repair-'
in. clock . ; 4.0O
Jaqiit, Cbaa, hauling trash
from Court House .... 2.50
Hu -'-UiaupU i Otto, plumb
ic J. repairs 4.25
ronlindRly, - Light & !
To ver Co., Ught ... ... 1 1 8.8 8
Z a I : -1 H ware Co., shear, ,
. ---r?rttc-.v i ,: 8.W.
Fruit : Inspector '
Spauldlng Logging Co.; !
Chas.K., wood tor Mrs.
Mabel Rosa . .. i, v . . .
Salem Water, JJgbt PI
Co.t!( water service for
Mrs. Mowery '
Weflef ' Bros'.,- groceries'
i for Mrs. Mitchell. . . L
Weller Brps., groceries for
Brown family . ... . .
Weller Bros4 groceries for
Beula Smith .....
Wells, Fred E., grocer
ies for '"E." C. Kruger
and Blixseth .
White & Sona, U. A.', gro-
cerles for Nellie Blix
seth' . . . . i . . . ... . .
Bower, O. .D.; board ' for
, ; . Juvenile Court
Bower, O. P., serving' sub-..
poenas, etc. -. , , - . . , . .
'I,. Justice Court, Cont'd
Garfield,' Edna, reporting
services , '
Juvenile Court, Cont'd.
Moss, 1 Mrs. Wm., witness
Moss. W.. J.; expenses for
bringing' : , Blake family
v to Salem . . . . . . . .
pedee, Mrs. A witness..
Pedee,' Martha,, do
Speer, Mrs. Frank, do. . .
Speer, W.; do' .."...... .
V Dojj Fnml ; .
Ahrens, John, ewes killed
4)v doas. $5 disallowed-
- Allowed . .. t. . .......
Ash ford, George, ewes anq
, sheep killed byMdoks : .
Brown, Selmer, sheep
killed by . dogs .. . .. . ..
Donker Bro., ewe, killed V
by dog ........ ... - - 7.0U
Gehrlng, Julius, do $ 8 disallowed'
.Allowed .......... 7.00
Haberly. L. B.. do...... 42.00
Jones," T. B., ewe killed by
docs ? . . . ....
McKay-,' G. A., sheep-' killed
by dogs, tl dlsallowea
'Allowed . .V. . . .
Scharf E. .. lambs killed
by dogs .... .. ... 36.00
White, C. T:, do ........ "27.00
Indemnity, Sla-JJChter;, or uis- j
learned. Emma, Indemnity 12-.50
Neal. Florence .Gale." do.. - 25.00
Welch, Mrs. W. H., do...
Salem Chamber of Com-
merce, membership dues
Fire Protection i
State of Oregon, salary
t and exp." of warden for1
f 1922 .... .'. ..
f Dog Fund. : Cont'd.
Roth. Wm.. Kennler, Glen f
; and Fuller. W. L. cow t
' kUledby dogs. 1 50 disallowed
AllnwArt ..... 25.00
OBEB ADDRESSES : -
Board of Directors Among
Those Who Listen to In
Move Started : to" Preserve
; Idaho City as One of
West's Show Places.
NOT CARRIED OUT
Soviet Authorities not Known
to Have Executed -tatno- ;
Talmadge, D. H., tags
Van-Trumn. S. H.; salary
arid expenses . . .. .130.00
- Poor-Account,. Cont'd.
Beck & Co. H. N., grocer-
lea; etc for C. O. Erh. . 20.00
Bower, O.. D.,4 cash adr.
acct. conveying poor pa
tient to hospital, etc...
Cart -V- Bowersoxi grocer
ies, etc, for. Mrs. Wm.
Chambers. Katie C, serv-
ivee rendered Eli tabeth
. Brinegar .... ....... Cont'd.
Clark.' Frank C, salary . .
and : expenses t of sapt.1
of Ipoor farm . . . ; A . .
Commercial Book Store,
school supplies for mov
ery family i . . . . ....
Drager, D. O.. cash adri
acct. keep of James rat-
Trager, D. G.,1 .cash: adv.
R, ' R, fare tor Mrs. o.
Paynter and 3 children
to Portland K . , ' ....
The Economy Grocery.
groceries for'E. C. Kru
rer . . '.. -,. .
Fletcher ' Byrd, straw.
oil meal, flour-etc tor
A. Craig . . . w . . ..... .
Fry; Daniel J., prescrip
tions, etc. for. county
noor -nat'enU r . . .... .
Hall, C. N., funeral I ex
penses for: wra. ustran-
der ."'Vi i . , . 35.00
Hammond Lumber Co.,
rroceries, ete.;for Nellto
Wachter ' . ,4 . . , . . i .
Hindman." A.- VT,. .roney-
,trrsr sick patient tonos
nital : . . . . '. 'i . .'
Klingcr & Bauraanrcloth
tn fpFlizabeth imfeld'
Lebold & Col groceries tor
McCormlck, M. Jgrocer-
ies lor Mrs. Cnaa. Jeto
doinc'1 .- - .
Morse. Robertson & saur-
man. dr., professional ser- -
v1re4 ... . uiaauo w
Pacific Telephone & JTele-
graph Co. Th, tele- : . '
phone servloea v..
Rice, C. J.. digging gra-;
vel for Wm. ' Ostr,ander
Roberts.-; a 'M ;grjswrfe
for McAfee S ........
Roth Grocery Cd. grocr-
i tnnWm. vaiaer. . .
Salem 'Ambulance Service,-
t conveying Joseph tiai-
tar In hOBOital .......
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
o, ro for Harrv bnieia . . 1
Salem Deaconess Hospital;;
AAM'for Katie scnirmer
Salem Deaconess , Hospital.
are for E. A,;- Mack-.
Siiem Deaconess' Hospital..
care for Mrs. unw ituw-.
: or1 . . - . -.- . V'.
Salem Deaconessr Hpoital,
1 care tor 'Andrew vunr-
Salem Deactoness Hosnltal.
' care for Edward. Keyes
Salem Deacones Htajpltai. ,
fnr D.l B. Wright
Salem Deaconess Hospital.
care for H. A. Blake..
Salenr Deaconees Hospital.
care, surgery ana nw
thtte for Jos. Hatter..
Salem Sanitary Milk Co..
MOSCOW, March 30. (By. The
Aancs.ted Press.) The soivet
authorities sa far as is known
had.not" yet ' carried' out the or
der "of the central 'executive cbmr
mittee that the Catholic Tlear
general, Butchkavltch - must .pay
the death penalty. The appeals
for clemency tor Monsignor Buch
karitch aud "Archbishop -Zepllak.
convicted wlththe near general
by the solret court, brought forth
a commutation - of the sentence
of the archbishop to 10 years
Imprisonment under strict isola
tion, but it was decreed that
Butchkavltch must die.
Persistent appeals to the gov
ernment to spare the lives of the
vicar - general kept 4 coming In
from all quarters today but' It
was considered tonight there was
slight' probability that the com
mittee would reverse Its decision,,
n the face of this story .bf
appeals 'and of attacks from tn
outside, the soivet government Is
sUndlng on " its principle; of de
clining to accept Interference la
Its affairs.1 . . ,: - "'- i.:
"i The heads om the Polish, Brlt
lh Ciechb-SIovakia and 1 Italian
mission made' appeals to -the for-
eign oince mis aueruuuu mj b ' o
the ' life of - Monsignor -., Butchka
Itch.: Their pleas were made on
hQ grounds of humanity. The
British plea; was in writing. The
others were oral. -U", v ' ':
. The Polish : mission ottered" to
exchange for Monsignor Butchka
vltch any. communist ' or " any per
son ctrademned In Poland, the
Russians might desire released.
r T a.vaaxa- . w-p. .
. Prevent Flu and Grippe
For a few cents you. can ward
off Flu :and Grippe by promptly
checking your coughs and colds
with Foley's Honey ; and 1 Tar.
Also' gives quick ) relief ! from
coughs i resulting from Flu,
Grippe, Whooping t Cough; Asth
ma ,andtBronchitIs. j Forty-eight
years of satisfaction to users has
mide' Foley's "Honey and .Tar the
World's nrgest . , selling ; cough
medicine. Contains no opiates -
Ingredients are printed on the
wrapper. Refuse suDsututes. in
sist ; upon Foley's. . . Sold 4 every-where.-Adr.
An Reclamation Work' i
Ordered Halted by Board
'T SACRAMENTO, ? Cal., ; March
30. A sweeping order stspplne
all reclamation work in the Sae
ramento-San t Joaquin drainage
tract let last week for approx
imately $1,000,000 and discharg
ing "practically all the state re
clamation employes. Including
Melville Doxier, Jr chief engineer-
and general manager and
Secretary Mayhew was Issued
here today by the state reclamii
tiaav1oar a: " - ; - . 1 -
-, The board of directors and a few
other friends of the'Salem YMCA
had a treat Friday noon, when
they attended the luncheon given
to Frank Ober, V.Y." secretary, who
has been In Salem in the Interest
of the Asia Minor relief funds. Mr,
Ober was for 25 -years the editor
of the "Y" magazine, "Association
Men." : Before that he was for
number of years a XY secretary,
He has now passed the age of 60
years, the retiring age for Y work
ers, and ia 'loaned" to the . Near
'Mr. Ober ; was Introduced by
William; Fleming of Salem. They
have; been personal friends for
many years, and are "Bill" and
"Frank ; to" each other. 'fFrank"
was a director,kin the, Omaha Y
almost 40 years ago, ', when the
hard times came on and the Mis
souri val ley country almost
starved to death. 'Bill'" wajf sec
retary of the Y"." The other direc
tors thought ' it was va hopeless
fight, and they wanted , to quit
but Fleming wourdnt '' have it
"You fellows' can quit -if you want
to," he said, "but m'etick!" The
rest ' stuck' with" him, and they
have maintained one of the great
est associations of the west . !
' This introduction was 'taken by
Mr. Ober as the keynote of his ad
dress, which was on Service."t tie
told something of 'the life of5 Sir
George Williams, founder of the Y
movement: nf Ixwii IfAnnrrf1 an
other "great Enellsn friend of lha
Y; of Prince Bernadotte, head' of
the Y In Swedenr and'a man of
exalted vision: of James Stokes.
born in America, who founded the
great Y organizations In Paris, St.
Petersburg, Rome and other Euro
pean centers. ;
There are some T western- meni
also, to whom the speaker paid a
nne tribute William Ladd 1 of
Portland, and Captlr Robert Dol
lar of San Francisco, whose lnflii
ence-lias been so' stronc tnr h
Y code of service. He spoke of
the present T; buIIdlng In Salem,
as being old and outgrown. "But
men, there' are souls here" he
saia, "souls -aa Immortal and as
fine as 'anywhere'', In the world.
The old word thrashoCEs ,4hese
old buildings, tell a splendid story
of, service lhat Is above all. pride
of new buildings. - J expect, ; how
ever, that by the time I j-etura you
will have your -iew. building, and
be on. your way . to a larger tem
i Thirty men .were Tn attenflance.
All Germans Who Refuse to
; Obey Commands to be '
Shipped Out , -
j ESSEN, March 30(By the As
sociated Press. ) A P proclamation
by: General De Goutte, commander
In chief of the occupational forces,
ordering, all the' striking railroad
officials and trainmen I to resume
work, under penalty of expulsion,
was posted . throughout the Ruhr
and Rhlneiand today.
The order affects 600,000 Ger
mans, and those refusing 4 to re
turn to their posts will accompany
them into -unoccupied Germany.-1
i Approximately .125,000 - m e n
Qome" directly under the order.
i ATI of the Ruhr and Rhlneiand
railway systems now are held by
the; French and Belgians, except
the line in the Cologne , zone
Bridgehead, which is in the hands
Of the British. 4. The Germans have
continued -to work on this system.
The task of expelling the strik
ers and their families will require
several weeks. SDecial train ar
rangements will have to be made
ftoi conveying the families of the
en to the frontier. . If ,,, ; . .
It Is said the German govern
ment has anticipated the expulsion
order and arranged for distribu
tion of the men and their families
inrougnout the country. The men
will he given' work by the3 govern
ment, i - ,
BOISE. Idaho,. March 30. Pur
ing the gold rush days of the '60s
the town of Idaho City,' northeast
of here, had a floating, population
of 16,000, but now only about 200
persons arejef t and, with the, city
fast gelag into decay, ' local - resi
dents ' are considering plans for
its preservation as' one of the show
places of the state. r-
It was in 1862 that gold' was
first" discovered in the Boise' basin
and in two yearsvthe town of IdsVl
ho City had been established. It
flourished for some time and then
when gold production fell off It
gradually- declined ;Tbe Boise
basin is estimated to have yielded
overK$6,"000,000 worth of gold.u
and the miners of those days came
and1 disappeared aa . suddenly as
the gold they took from their
placer claims.. , ; "
.s The fate of Idaho City is not
like that of many other mushroom
mining towns of the west and of
Alaska which ? have been desert
ed to the last man.
Saloons and ' dance , hairs fn
which miners drank and gambled
away their hard-earned dust, al
though long closed, are still stand
ing and there is- the deserted of
fice of The, Idaho World, former
ly The Boise News', first published
In October 1863, and which
ceased -to exist In 1.919. ' ...
The old files of. the newspaper
office contain much .information
of events when the camp was in its
prime. Accounts of . shooting af
frays at. the corner of , Main and
Wall streets, , of ten referred to as
'Uhe bloodiest corner in the west,"
are numerous. -.., M , . ' f
-. In one -old Issue of The Boise
News v. there, are many advertise
mentB that this or that establish
ment had large fifpeks of choise
Cotda or Influenza '
i and as a
Ai . , S. - - -
liquors. "Huntooii s" - Place"
stressed -the factt that. the. supply
of liquor there was 4,000 gallons
of rum. whisky and wines. "The
Miner's Brewery and Bakery?' ad
vertised an "anti-divorce -puneh-
and stated that a -'large supply of
IiqUor -"has? just 'been received
frrfm 1 San - Francisco. .- - K '
The' adevtrisement-of f Messrs;
Seeley, Brower and Bnrt's Dancing
academy said w'.wearei prepared to
teach all the.' new and. fash tenable
ballroonV dances.7 i ; : ;.-. .. .
George Woodman's ' Writing
academy guaranteed -"an ;asy,
flowing hand or no charge."
The old stage coach station, still
stands and, "according-to history,
there-was grea ' rejoiciifg1 .when
mail and newspapers from Califor
nia arrived.? In thdbe,s days Tim
Sacramento - Union' sold in Idaho
City at 1 aT copy.- .v r
Emma Year Ian, who ; herds her
own. Hocks of sheep, in the,moun
taius and hills ia the vicinity of
Emmett, has earned for? herself
the title of "Idahoaheep queen,"
and the - money - which she has
made ' has 'been ?tused r to , educate
four 'daughters and a son, the
latter having sjt completed . a
course at thoniversity of Idaho.
Although Mrs.. ' r earlan con.
feSBes to . being 58 yeara of age,
she asserts because of her life. In
the open she does not feel, a day
older than 25.
"I have' always - compelled my
self to do things" which I have
feared Just a Utile. said the
'sheep queen." Wben I am ris
ing a dangerous . trail on bor5e-
back and I ,have;,a tendency to
draw back, myhnsbandjwHI Bay:
Oh,. come on! A woman who ex
pects to be a successful sheep
grower mustn't" mind these Utile
things.' " ' ' ' . '
Mrs.J; Yearian started In the
sheep business 14 ' years aso and
her friends and her husband, T.
IL : Yearlan, a cattle ralsergave
her !a . year, or two at' the moiit to
go broke on tbf obj. Mrs. Year
Ian said s.he and her husband! got'
along" becanse we" kee-p separate
accounts and mind pur own af-'
fairs." . ---f .
Paymaster of 'Duncan Coni
struction Company Shot
and Robbed of $4,000 '
NEW YORK,: March 30. Cap
ping a series of bold robberies
in Greater New York wlthlu the
last few days,; five motor bandits
today shot and killed Thomas Ri
Phillips, paymaster of the Duncan
Construction company In "Long Is-'
land " City,: and 'escaped with ' a
The holdup occurred at One of
the busiest! spot's in Long Island
City, whethqa the paymaster and
his companion had jflriyen - from
the bank to-pay off a gang of
yorkme'n - engaged ' on a ware
house;"1 "- - 't- - !
. Phillips had Just stepped from
his car when another machine,
containing the five robbers, drew
in behind hfm. The Btreet .at' the
.time was crowded with vehicles
and pedestrians. J . -
Only one of the bandits '.got
out. ; He walked up to Phillips
and shot him 'dead. ; Not a word
was : uttered.' "
DALLAS. Or., " March 20.-
(-Special to The Statesman.)
Dallas people- were , awakened
from .their slumbers- at. 4 : 15 . this
morning by the fire siren calling
theMepartmentto the sawmill of
the Willamette ' Valley Lumber
company. . The blaze however was
extinguished before the arrival of
Large Easter Rabbits, White or Brown;
Fill Them With. Eggs and Sweeten Easter
- The Ace Is the Place. Masonic Temple
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Idaho Sheep Queen Sends
Her Children to College
BOISE, Idaho, Mafch"30'.- Mrs.
BL - 'I
For :: : , m;. ,'iXnr
IV , iVI;-;-!
Th Stonbridet ,
feS Nor 535 fpvN Ctbe, links;' court, or .beach ,'
- ; ,- - , -' t V--where perfect ' eye comfort
f jt -i v ! demands the accurate service
comfortable end? ; g? '
ssgwjc - ; StattdarT " -'
. vm i(' i -;' "' -
. ' - X'( of thi outdoor type are.'especi-illy'
:.. appreciated. The light weight
. . Urame holds the lenses f prescribed
. , in . the scientifically correct -position
and In addition i distinctive in appear-
ance, very durable and really comfort-
1 ' able to wearv. r .' 1 .' ,7,j
Aik to e tht Slanbridg
.. . , . MORRIS OPTICAL CO.
-; ;:. ' Salem, Oregon W--:;--t-
Two Men Apprehended,
.inuuyni uiympia uanans
SAN FRANCISCO, March 31.
-Two meo, believed to have been
Implicated In the robbery of Jhe
Olympic, Wash., -poatof flee on the
night pfr March , 22, when $23,
000 worth of stamps were stolen,
were arrested here tonight. Po
lice officers say that stamps val
ued at approximately 3,600 were
found in their possession. Ac
cording to the . police the men
admit having been In Washington
recently.- . . '
WORTH & GRAY-
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Sale Ends Today, Saturday, Winding up This Great "3 Days 3" Sale
r with Extra Values in Imported Laces
5c, 8c and 10c Values
Imported Vol Laces, cemes 12 yards to
each piece, three, ' widths, many different
designs, 5c, 8c 'and 10c values, sold only
in 12 yard pieces,-extra specially priced fori
today only, Saturday, at 12 yards for 29ct
Early shoppingiis advised as only 3,000
Yards is on Sale.'
"Shop in the mornings if
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1 Oc and 15c Values
Imported Torcheon Laces, real 10c and
15c values, 'different widths, and many
pleasing aria much toante'd patterns crii
r; edges; all brand new, suitable for many
purposes buy your laces here "today,
these we received yesterday f by express
7 while they last 8 yards for 29a -
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