; THE OREGON STATESMAN SALEM, OREGON FRIDAY MORNINO, JUNE 20;U924 ' V .1 I';' H ( ( : t - ' S - t - ' f I i t . . lllrths Are Renoriwl . Lewis Warner, Jr., la tho name given to a baby boy born to Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hampton, . who 'live about five miles north of Sa lem, on June J. 7. Dorothy is the name of a daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Reuben" E.': Becker, liv- " tag-east of the city, on June 15. ' Other births reported were Anna- - belle Lee, to Mr. and Mrs. Anion Tooley, five miles south of Salem, on June 10, and William, to Mr. and Mrs Thomas J. McKnight of Brooks, on June 10. Thri Elk Temple , Bonds will be ready for delivery to subscribers at the Salem banks Saturday, June 21. After that date accrued interest will be charged. J21 Get Marriage license ; Two marriage licenses were Issued from the county clerk's of fice Thursday, to Harry William Kroner, a papermaker, and Gladys Deolson,, a student, both living at 140 Myers street, and to Harry Holroyd. postoff ice clerk' at Cor vallis and Mildred Wright, a music teacher living on route 3. Leave' for.Trlp- ? 'TV " Mr. and Mrs. C N. Needham of the Salem chickeries, have closed .their baby chick shipping business for tho season and this morning left for a business and ' pleasure teur of western Washington in "theiFautbmbbile." They will go as , far north as Vancouver and Vic toria, B. C. ' ' ' ' " Specia Sale . ' Ob alt stamped goods at the Elite this week, 329 Oregon bldg. Jne31 Reckless Driving Charged ... On a charge of reckless driving C.,Chikos was fined $25 In the justice court .Thursday. He was arrested by State Traffic Officer Williams. Tools Arc Stole: Some tools and the - padlock from his garage were stolen some time. Wednesday .night, according to a report : made to the police yesterday by J.. F. Latham, 532 North. Church. '.. . ; Bicycle Rider Hit Though" he was struck by an automobile while riding his bicy cle, at Liberty and Center, VIctor Carlson was not injured, according to a report made at the police station by. Mary-E,,- Warner of route 5.. , , V' ' : '. Quitting Basinets ' ' . : TheAlsTlepJioecomDanj has applied to the "public 'service .commission for authority to aban don the utility.. - Thl Elks Temple - . t ' ; - Bonds will "be ready for delivery to subscribers at the Salem, banks Saturday, June 21. After that , dale, accrued: Interest . will be -charged. ' , . .' '"; y-" V J21 'Appraisers Are Named - ; HenryMall, Milo Kelsey arid - - John Alguire of Woodburn ;have '.been named appraisers of the es . tale of Elizabeth Wiggin by Judge . W; H. -Downing. Charles H. Wig s . gin Is administrator of the estate .Want $ 180OLoan J.J , V . v on city property. Socolofsky, 970. Traffic Report In--, ' -VA' total of 2060 accidents-were reported by traffic, of fleers, of the -.State for the month of 'May. ae cording to the monthly report of -.T'A. Raffety," chief sta?ei traffic Inspector, ' to Secretary of State , Kozer. , The amount of delinquent ' "4 ., , Hi , . INSURE AND FEEL - SAFE CONCORDIA -V ; INSURANCE . ' MRS. JIOTEIt ; 147 N. Com'L Room 0. WOODRY Phcne 511' : M 411 Oregon Bldg.- Pbona 457 The Seary BcH Insurance Agency . " General Insuraiiea - : " aJiDyBeU Just Returned from the Electronic Convention U Kansaa City and have in stalled the latest equipment for the diagnosis and treatment of disease (Dr. Abrams' method). ' Dr. B. If. White BOO IT. S. Bank Bldg. ! Salem, Oregon LADD c BUS H BANKERS Established 18C3 General Prj Buzzazzs Cttlzs Uz73 frcn NEWS IN fees which ' members of the de partment causod to be mailed In covering operators licenses, chauf feurs' licenses, transfers and dupli cate license plates was $5390.75, and fines imposed, by courts brought in $4182, making a total of $9572.75. ; .- Bonds Are; Bought State Treasurer Myers yester day invested $34,500 of the funds of the state soldier bonus depart ment in bonds. The following in vestments j were made:, $20,000 Klamath county bonds", to bear 4.90 per cents $22,000 pal em school district bonds. 4.66; $5,000 Morrow county bonds. 4.90; $2, 500 St. Helens water bonds. 5.25; $5,000 Oregon highway, 4.50. Building Permit Issued - r One building permit was Issued by the . city recorder Thursday. This was to E. R. Scott jfor a small dwelling at 2495 Lee street, to cost $300. . ,i Woman Seeks Divorce " Cruel and : Inhuman treatment is charged; in a divorce complaint filed in circuit court Thursday by Uucinda Horn against Gottfreid Horn. , The couple were married June 1, 1920. in Portland and each have children by a former marriage whom are' now self-supporting. Mrs. Horn alleges that she filed for a divorce last No vember, but after her husband had promised to treat her better. had left for California where they planned to spend the winter. She could not stand the treatment ac corded her and returned to Salem to file the complaint, she declares. Padrkk Duo Today- Deputy Sheriff Sam Burkhart is expected to arrive In Salem to day with George Pad rick, who is wanted here for obtaining money under- false pretenses. Padrick victimized local merchants to the extent of several hundred dollars. He was arrested Jn San Francisco. The Finch Shop ? Hats regularly priced from $10 up on sale at $5. These hats are below. actual cost and represent wonderful values. 115 High St. ' : a V J22 Takes Crowder's Place - H. S. Poisal, an old time Salem resident. Is now information and publicity man at the Salem auto camp grounds. He takes the place of Rev.' H. S. Crowder, who came to Salem several months ago, but resigned the place to accept a call from Wyoming. Mr. Poisal bas been engaged - in business and farming her for many years and will'be alKi "tdglve flrst-hind'ln-formation- upon all points of in terest and ' conditions 'throughout Marion county. Mlnnesotans to Picnic - Have you ' lived In Minnesota? You are asked to attend a brief meeting of Minnesotans to beheld at the building usually,, Occupied by the Christian church at the fairgrounds:. Saturday; June 21, Immediately fter the . Sunday school picnic .dinner, to .arrange! for the annua; Minncsoja .picnic, Mklseason Clearance--- V . I Sale of Millinery at the French Shop, lla High St. ' J22 Mrs. Lord , Restlnic Easy The condition , of , Mrs. W. P. Lord, l who .submitted to a major bpWrati&iI.6n Wednesday, was fav orable late last-night. She was resting easy. But her nurse re ported that she could ; not see .visitors for a week. - She Is at the Salem hospital. Maior Dusenbury Graduates- James ' Dusenbury, who . was a resident of this city for four years and on duty with the national euard and who left last October to attend school t Fortress Monroe. writes Salem, frienda thai he has TERMINAL 5, SERVICE Cars for hire without drlv PHONE 2020 Day and Night Service i Popular Priced Tailored Suits $23 to $43 Men's and Younfr Bfens D. H. MOSHER TAILOR t - r rromotes Good-Healtli ; GREENWOOD Cottage Cheese One-Third Cream U. E. RIDEOUT, Proprietor 10 s. m. lo 3 p. eL BRIEF Just graduated from the advanced class of the United States coast ar tillery school and received his B.S. diploma from the University of South Carolina. Major Dusenbury is now on his way to Fort Casey, Wash., to camp with the Oregon national guard coast artillery. He will no doubt be seen in Salem soon. . Dance, DuBois' Dance L Derby hall every Saturday. J20 Odd Fellows Celebrate Odd Fellows of Linn. Benton and Marion counties will hold a big tri-county celebration at San tiam park, Jefferson, on vJuly Fourth. It Is expected that many hundreds of Odd Fellows, families and friends will be present to par ticipate Jn the festivities of the day. The committee on arrange ments, consisting of representa tives from each county, f has out lined an interesting , program of music, addresses and features. A big parade will be staged in the morning. The committee in charge is desirous that every Odd Fellow In this section regardless of where he holds membership, will bring his family and spend the day at the picnic. . t PERSONALS C. E. Ingalls, editor of the Cor- vallis Gazette-Times, was in the city yesterday shaking hands with the old familiar faces. - . ,C. Burleson of McMinnville .was a Rotarian guest at the weekly luncheon of the Salem Rotary club Wednesday. , -. V ' Mayor Percy A. Yoong of Al bany was a business visitor in the city yesterday and aguest of the Rotary club at the regular lunch con." : " " ' !" Guy O. Smith, local attorney. spent Thursday in Portland ; on business. ; Mrs. Mary L. Fulkerson. county school superintendent, was called- to Monmouth yesterday to attend the funeral services of a relative of the family.1 . s More School Districts : Fife Annual Reports Additional reports of the annual school board meetings in the coun ty have been filed with the county school superintendent's office, as follows: . 1 v" ' i Arbor. GrOve Rose If. Yergen, chairman; John "Bbrhorst, retir ing: A. H. Rehm, director: Frank G. Kuensting re-elected clerk. Evergreen F;' D.KnIght chair man ;01e Overluund.' tetlring and director; Ella J. 'Knight, clerk. re-elected. ' " '' ! ' i Manning C. A. Hoover, chair man ; R. G. McKay, ratiring. and director; : -Ward . Manning, clerk; L. A. JonesJ retiring. j ; Oak Grove--Ai W. King, chair man; F. I. Carter, retiring and di rector; Joseph A. Robel, re-elected clerk, y : ' ; , - i; Fairfield E.; B.- Smith, chair man;-: John Imlah retiring; F. W. Manning, director; F.- Ralph Du Rette, re-elected clerk; ; - Silver Cliff J. H. Brewer chair man; H. J. Eggleston retiring; K. R. Warnock director; Est elle Mul key, re-elected clerk. : Pratum A. L. Bowen, chair man; A. W. Powell, retiring: Geo. Kleen, director; Claud Ramsden re-elected clerk. C - ,- Grassy Pond W.&Pfaf finger. chairman; W. H. Bonney, retiring; J. W. Richmond, director; Mrs. Claud Norton, re-elected clerk. . - St. Louis Joseph Rubens. chairman; John F. Manning, re tiring and director; Marie Fersch weiler, re-elected clerk. - Harmony G. O. White, chair man; Henry Annen, retiring and directior; . Volna J. White, re elected clerk.1 - V Scotta Mills C. J. Thomas, chairman; ,G. P., Geiger, retiring; Ellis Nicholson director; Walter Geren, re-elected clerk. Stayton A. D. Gardner, chair man; II. A. Beauchamp, retiring and director;' W. H. Hobson, re elected clerk. . Shaw George J. Amort, chair man; G. I. Putnam, retiring; C. L. McAllister, director; Robert S. Claxton. re-elected clerk. V Oakdale Elwin Carter, chair man; Elizabeth Taylor, retiring and directory E. A. Taylor, re elected clerk.,; ! v , Howell Afchie Kimsey; chair man; A. Pr Kirsch. retiring; Geo. Salem iHortuat ; ZVXAUCSBff AKD ruxzxAi. sxaxoTou , nMia Sfflelamt Wsrk Moduato Ttitm WEBB'S FUNERAL PARLORS Cxpert rnitialMwrt a;,; SOI 8. Ckudk-nM UI ' RIGDON SON'S If 9 M. ESifc Tknm U9 First Photo of Major Margin After, His Return, . Fbllowinj Alaskan Crash of World Flight Plane ft j !V ' -I . , r V- i , : & Major Freflerick I Martin, com- mandcr of tho squadron of four U.,& Army plann that left Call-,1 fornia on V flight around; thoi world, wai gr-tel by a crowc ifter leaving- , the f Cathf rtne - D.J vhich brouffht him from ' l'ort; , . Ui. Willert,- director; C. W. Steward, re-elected clerk. - - ... ' '', Perkins Arthur GIrod,"chalr man; Addison Page, retiring and director; W; A. Mumper, re-elected clerk. i: - . ' ; ' i Abaqua Theodore Philips, chairman; S. K. Funrue, retiring; P, L. Lacey, director; W. L. tun agan, clerk; Sherley Brown retir ing. - A-' . All directors selected are. for a term of three years. , ! , -j FRIENDS' IfiL ; 'i MEETING CLOSES Record Attendance Marks Conference; Resolution ravors.Miss King r- i ii 1 1 A a Friends, yearly jmeeting", after a six days' session, closed. Wednes day. A record has been made tin attendance r.and interest." fTtye various departments of the churqh have reported advance' steps wich J have been very gratlfye.-QJ,el meeting. . -To be noticedespecjallx Is the work i'of the EXangepstlf and Church extensioncboaards.' An urgent call comes from the Rev, Isabelle Clarke, missionary to the Indians on the Klamath Falls res-J ervation. "Money was raised for, this work which includes a sum mer'' campaign of tent meetings. Samuel -Clinton, a -native preacher to the Modocs,'is Interested in, this work. - .N.'. 'r' ' Following -the freport - of the peace committee two orations were given, "The," Greatest of. These- Is Love," by' Hubert Armstrong, and "It Must Not Happen Again;" by Helen Hester. - A resolution '.was Introduced- Iy; Levi T. : Pennington, president of Pacific college, which the meeting unanimously accepted. "Information has come to ths yearly; meeting.; that;Mary King one of our. members,, has been d, nied citizenship in '.the . United States because of her adherence' to what we believe to be the ChrfTWomeas for r Home 'Missions -took tlan - principles of peace and her statement-that she could not con scientiously bear arms ana take human life. . r "We wish first of all to express DAUGHTER- OP NOTORIOUS 1 UO.N K IUSPGTUr FLEES . FROM , SIBERIA TO PARIS ft . Maria ;Gregorievna, who claims he is one of the five children of Jtasputin. famous evil genius of the late Czarina of Russia, escaped from Siberia and arrived recently in the French capital. She Say ahe lived with her father in Pet--rograd and that every week- h ;took her to see the Czarina, Sh tells of terrible experiences aftet (Rasputin's death when shs and hei jbrothers and. sisters . were ' imprts oned before being sent to Siberia, 'She Is a talented girl and a good dancer' and hopes to obtain iA t Igagement on the stag la Paris. , is HV : l. Uv : Z;f nijuvj ii ""- . . 4 : Moller, . Alaska, to Uellingham.; Wash. ; With ; him waa Sergeant Alva LfciHarvpy; his mechanic, who was Major -Martin when . their planec.ccahoJ , into a" mountain In a 'log. '. It n'as ten fay before they -resaehed civilization. C to this Friend our sincere ap preciation of ..her. fidelity 'to those principles, which Friends have so long held, and our sympathy in whatever loss sbe'may sustain by reason of this fidelity. V "We desire to express our pro test against . the action of the Uni ted States' court which denied cit izenship to this Friend, and to in sist that there are other and bet ter ways. of defending the Consti tution ..and the government than by war, with all that it Involves of hatred, moral' detioration and other' spiritual evils. . : "We request our peace commit tee otl seek. in eery proper and Friendly way to have this action of 'thVcourt changed and Mary King admitted to citizenship, feel ing as we do that to bar one from citizenship because of peace prin ciples Is an injustice not only to Friends, . but.' to many others of the very best Christian citizens of the United States." JfArAX OVERSTOCKED Vancouver; b. c, June 17. -Japan Is overstocked with lum ber, according to H: R. MacMillan, . largo' lumber exporter of British Columbia who has returned from tho. Far East. ,1 was .jji , Japan.. Tokio was consuming 2,000,000- feet : of lumber; dally," said Mr. ,MacMil land,.' r "Lumber prices have drop ped owing to banka and importers holding large quantities of high- TJrIeed"ttacerial.", . . iJ Seasonal Supervision Move ...ment Gets Under Way ar " ;v. Meeting of Women . BIftkf a -movement to create a board ito. supervisethe welfare of tejisnal employees, on the -west coast similar to that conducted on the east -coast by the Council o place . at the library Tuesday afternoon, when, representatives from nearly all the local 'churches met with Miss Louise Shields of Portland, secretary of the state commission on seasonal . employ ment and a well-known welfare worker. .Proposal to survey the Salem district for the purpose, df ascer taining -:' the number -' employed, physical- and educational . condi tions, and what individual grow ers and employers are - doing to provide" for the welfare of their ' : FOR WORKERS SATURDAY . Extra Special : . Our Regular 20c Cookies Two Dozen for 25c .i I -v . " Almond slices,. Fruit slices, Lemon, Sugar, Ginger, " and. Oatmeal Cookies. :i ?. .' Y ' t . ' ;. . - - . - -. '- -'...:.. ' . ' -. .'. ': t . . . v . -t. . ..... '! i ... ; ' 1. ... . '" . ';. Mcd!e! Balsery ' " . 121 S. COMMERCIAL " Eat Honey and Milk Bread Genuine French Pastry employed during Trust .:and hpp picking and the start on one .ceil-' ter. this year received the endorse ment, of, C-. II, :.CJram. state labor commissioner, , though .he was un able to attend the, meeting in per son. Efforts' will, be made, to pro vide for the expense of an execu tive secretary, pn full time, to supervise the work among this class of employes. It was pointed out at the meeting that the work should be conducted on a small scale at first and a committee was appointed: to select the .center around which the activities will concentrate. v v; E , , Miss Shields explained in detail the work being' done along this line throughout the state and em phasized the needs of this district, where thousands are employed in seasonal 'occupations. - It was through the influence of Miss Shileds that the Horst ranch tried out- the plan : last year with the result tat it will be put in.opera toin again thjs year on a larger scale. Three. -full-time ..salaried workers will be employed this fall. According to the manager of the ranch, a full week's time was saved, by keeping all those em ployed on the ranch until the end of the season.- - C. A. Kells.' general secretary, of the Salem YMCA, spoke briefly. , ' An indeterminate " sentence is any one written by the late Henry James. ' " : . x: : I BITS FOR BREAKFAST . ; - Cheery cherry days. ;;;;:;'V::.' . . V . They had an inch - of rain np Mehama way on Tuesday; after noon and night. - That Santiam country seems to be favored in many ways. . , , . , V a Th,e, retting of last year's crop of flax is going on at the state flax planL.j A batch was taken off yes terday, and ' nother' will come off today. The capacity of the tanks, new and old, is about 60 tons a week. Working to the limit, this will not take care "of the whole of last year's crop before the fall rains; to say nothing of the crop now growing; . r - ; .. . V . . v There are fields of flax now about ready to pull. , Col. Bar tram has written that the pullers will be here as agreed, by July 10. - But that will ' not be early enough for some of the growers. An attempt is being made to get a line on the shipment of pullers, and have It traced. Perhaps more may: be learned about this today. : , - ' The. .Slogan .editor . did not ad- tIbo any nns in , plant more ; hepf . He' advised any one putting out a e-wTirtobiffsuTefto- knowl what he is going to do about making sure, a market for this product. . Dq wn. lelow Canby. on the Pa cific highway, a big field, of pota toes was being planted on Wednes day. It belongs to Mr. Brown, the potato king down , that way. He WE PAY CASH FOR ' YOUR FURNITURE AND TOOLS Capital Hardware & Furniture Co. - Best Prices Paid ' 285 N. Cora,l St. Phone 347 mm ' t 1 i k4 f .5 'Charles Jones in - "The Circus Cowboy"! at the .Liberty today. has other fields' jof potatoes near by, 'that are in the blossom, and look fine. But he is surely gambling on the fall rains, to be putting pqt more potatoes now. The ground is fn 'sDlendid' condi tion, however, ' and he evidently thinks it (is a good, gamble. The people in the southwestern portion of Salem are insisting up on a drainage district. It is the only i way to make sure : Qf the' proper -distribution of the flood waters la the rain, season. - Btir Than m Mut(n( f Utter i I r 254 NORTH COMMERCIAL ' Undersells Competition Lovr Rent and Operating Expense tho r-:"' .v',-.::i.',.'-'---i 'Reason. ' On certain lines we cut prices below our usual lower , prices to now make quick clearance. Dry Goods 55c Ilatinei special- 39c ; tonnes m ly priced, yd. -i.. 35c and 29c Cretonnes ; specially priced , 1 yd ;.i.'.;r. 25 c Hope Mu,shn, , , 7 9-4 Bleached Pepprill ffA 4 Sheeting Yd. :.r.J OVC ' Heavy Jap Crepes O r j Yd: .ZOC 36-inch Indian Head OQ 44-inch Indian Head : Ladies' loose Knee If ' Unions, ..li.'.IWC Ladies' Silk CA Hose OyC Men's Furnishings tfull ? cut heavy, striped ;ribv,,i:,--fcOr on overalls vl OU Men's Dress Socks Fair ;- grad?; ' ' - or ' 2 pairs .: ......-:.. LtOV. Men's Athletic i ? v '"'Unions' T;...!..:. 1. 79c Dont' buy 39c or 49c unions ' you will find theni an an noyance and regret. y Men's Short or Long Sleeve -M. Summer, QOr unions . JOl Men's ;fuii cut ; . rn khaki pants ....0 L OU No Hip Hip Hurrah, Business, But Legitimate, Honor - ... . able Methods. , G. C Phono 560 TO THBEGG PRODUCERSBring C3 ycjr e j - , v: v 5 5 pay the highest market price. SEWj.D :;n:: BEST SIX COHD SPOOL COTTOII DressrnalanfT Hintj For m raJu&ble book ort dre making, send 4c. to THE SPOOL C0TTCN CO., Dept. 0 1 315 Frartk Ave, New York 1 rsf T - Good Shoes At a Big Reduction Buy here and save money. We handle a good quality shoe and sell It for less. Come in and let us show you what we have. You'll be satisfied If you trade at The Capital EKcfop 4 P. BTKIXIIOCK, lrop. 34'2 North Comm'ertlul l'hone 13G8V R e a d the Classified Ads, For Coughs and Cclda, II2- J-c ache, Neuralgia; Rheumatism ' and All Aches and Pains , ! ALL DRUGGISTS ".' 35c and CSc, Jars and tubes "' Hospital li,$3.C3 DOX'T BE ASHAMED of the looks of your car on In dependence Day when all Amer ica Is walking of riding. Send it to us a few days before the Fourth and let us wash, and polish it into shape for this great fete day. .Our methods return the original factory gloss to "cars. A trial will con vince you J- - . - THE GREASE SPOT 17 S. XI BERT Y, ..'PHONE 530 1 Groceries Sugar and Flour Tending higher.. . For Friday and Saturday 12 lbs. cane 0 C sugar Ju C By sack as low as market will justify Get our price. ..Bacon and lard higher. Barton's ..medium ..weight sweet bacon, 1 A lb. ......l1.....iIc Pure lard in bulk, t A lb , M'C 2 lb.. can Folgers OflA Golden Gate coffee OZt C Fresh lot of bulk coffee 28c,32cand 37cib. .You will like our coffee 12 oz. Schilling's ' nr baking powder Ou C Shoes; ' For quality shoes 'we think our. prices are lowest. 1 lot. ladies', vici kid Ox fords, sizes , VC 3 to. 5 .-0i i J $4.50 tan or black men's box toe Oxfords,' Hamil ton Brown Q tl made Uij All our men's, children and Ladies' shoes are under priced. f 1 ' 254 Ncrtli Ccmmcrc' !