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THE OREGON STATESMAN SALEM, OhEGON
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST. 23r 1024
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Preparing In "West Salem
Membership of the West Salem
Methodist church are making
preparations for the mass meeting
next Wednesday night when Bish
op Johnson Is the stellar attrac
tion. The building will be seated
so that it will hold, the large con
gregation and everything will be
done for th comfort of those
present. The program will oe
carried out In detail and it will
be an occasion to be long remem
bered, f ' i
, Prayer meeting Tuesday night
at Brother Andrews. Bible study
at the church Wednesday night. A
special blessing is promised to all
who attend. Sunday school at 10.
Forty there last Sunday; let's
make it fifty. Preaching at 11,
theme, "Training for Service."
BYPU at 7:15. Last Sunday night
we had a very Interesting meet
ing. You missed much if you
were not there, i Preaching at 8,"
theme, "A United Front." Re
member this day the Sabbath;
don't neglect your worship. Arth
ur C. Rylander, pastor.
Canfield's Barber Shop
Oreg. Bldg., downstairs Ex
ceptional service by 'five experts
for men, women and children. The
latest styles, In shingles. , a27
Council Meets Monday
Monday night at a special ses
sion of the city council the com
mittee which was appointed by
Mayor" John B. Giesy to confer
with T. L. Billingsley, superin
tendent of the Salem Street Rail
way 'company relative to action
on 'North Seventeenth street, will
make its report. The committee
wai named after a delegation of
residents of that portion of the
city appeared before the council
with the demand that some action
be taken , by the city In paving-the
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Phone 511 i
411 Oregon Bldg. Phone 457
The Seavy Bell Insurance
General Insurance '
Dr. B. H. White
1 Dr. Anne Brekke
i Surgery . .
Electronic Diagnosis and Treat
ment (Dr. Abram's method).
Office Phone 859
; Residence Phone 469-J
i 506 U. S. Bank Bldg.
J Moved 1 .:.
and now that we are located In
our new quarters at
143 S. LIBERTY ST.
we are in a position to give you
still better service on your
transfer and hauling work.
We Still Handle Fuel
and ' have several carloads of
coal due in a few days. Better
get your order In early.
. " ' -. ;'. . Phone, 030 . .: '
Larmer Transfer &
I v Gars f or Hire I V
Our autos are all kept in prime condition, "
: . therefore are absolutely safe to 'drive.
j TERMINAL TAXI SERVICE
We hire them either .with or without drivers.
PHOXE 2020 ! I Office at Stage Terminal
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
General Banians Business
Office Hoars frcra 10 a. ra. to 3 p, ru -
street, which has been ready to
receive the hard surfacing ma
terial for nearly two months. The
delay has been caused, according
to Mr. Billingsley, by the non
appearance of a special appropri
ation which; is necessary before he
can authorize 'any work. Several
telegraph poles supporting the
trolley wires are said to be in a
dangerous condition and the street
car track must be lowered before
the street is paved.
West Salem Service
West Salem Methodist Episco
pal church I services tomorrow in
the new Thomas Burgess Ford
Memorial, commencing with the
Sunday school at 9:45. , Junior
league pleasant hour at 3 o'clock
in the afternoon. Preaching by
Capt. H. J Morriss at 11 a. m..
song service at 7 p. m., preaching
by the RevjA Hawthorne at 7:30.
Though the church building is un
finished there will be a place for
everyone. Public Invited.
Card of Thanks
We wish to extend our heart
felt thanks to the kind, friends
and neighbors for their sympathy
shown us during the illness and
death of our beloved husband and
father, also for the floral of fer
ings. Janie Schackmann and
children. 4 f a23
Most Keep Agent ;
The -public service commission.
in an order Issued yesterday and
signed by Commissioners Thomas
E. Campbell and Newton McCoy,
orders the: Southern Pacific com
pany to continue to maintain an
agent at Crabtree, Or. Commis
sioner If. II.' Corey dissented. A
petition received by the commis
sion from 33 residents of the com
munity remonstrated ' against a
discontinuance of the agent. Corey
held that I because of the small
amount of . business at Crabtree
a caretaker would be sufficient.
License Still Refused
Will Moore, 1 state Insurance
commissioner, who also adminis
ters the state real estate law, still
refuses to issue a license to Chas.
A. Carroll of Bend, because of
Carroll's having been convicted In
Portland on a charge of using the
mails to defraud in ; connection
with appraisals of land ; In De
schutes county under the bonus
and loan act. At a hearing given
Carroll at Bend subsequent to the
first refusal by Moore, Carroll was
enable to furnish the affidavits of
JO persons required by the com
missioner? to the effect "that he
never had- been convicted oftK
crime. . ... i ; H
Scotch Program Enjoyed'
" Hop pickers at the Lake Brook
ranch enjoyed the Scotch program
Immensely last night. Scotch songs
were sung by Joe Nee, Willam
ette university singer who is en
gaged in recreational work ; this
summer, y Nee appeared in ; cos
tume. Robert Hptcheon, In full
Scotch regalia, provided the gath
ering with some bag pipe music.
A community sing closed' the pro
gram. -. . 1 j- ;
Xew De Lux
Sport model now on display.
Newton Chevrolet Co. , . a23
Eugene. Man Injured
H. P. Hulyard, of Eugene, re
ceived a slight cut over his left
eye in an automobile accident at
Kearney and Commercial about
12:30 o'clock Friday noon when
the machine In which he was rid
ing, driven, by A. S. Nielsen, also
of Eugene, plunged over the curb
and ran about 40 feet Into a va
cant lot. ? Mr. Halyard was jolted
against the side of. the machine.
Nielsen drove Into the curb In an
T Promotes Good Health
V Cottage Cheese
- One-third Cream
H, E. IUDEOUT, Proprietor
Tailored Salts $25 to 45
Men's ' and Young Men's
D. H. MOSHER
effort to keep from hitting a ma
chine driven by Al Clark, night
foreman at the Statesman office,
who had turned north on Com
mercial, coming off Kearney. Ac
cording to Clark, the Eugene man
had plenty of room to pass be
tween his machine and the curb,
but evidently became confused and
stepped on the throttle instead) of
the brake. j
Fred Williams Hack , .
Fred A. Williams returned Fri
day from a week spent at Toledo,
Lincoln county, on legal business
while Mrs. Williams and two
children, Bruce and Barbara, were
at Agate beach. The weather was
fine and the generous rains of
last Sunday Improved the fishing
and golfing at the beach and left
the roads In fine condition. It
is altogether probable that he
highway commission will soon
start work on the stretch of road
covering a distance of about two
and a half miles between New
port and Agate Beach, Mr. Wil
liams said. The traffic is the
heaviest that has ever been known
and the present plank road Is
wearing very fast. r '
Shoot on Range Sunday
Work on the new Salem range
has been practically completed
and the range will be used -the
first time Sunday, according to
Major Charles E. Gjedsted. The
rifle range I3 about ' five miles
from the city and on the Salem
Turner road. The range will be
used by headquarters detachment,
249th coast artillery- corps and by
Company F, lC2nd infantry. No
name has been selected for the
range as yet. - . -
Buy, Sell or Trade
v Real estate and Insure with
Oregon Incorporated, 315-316 U.
S. Bank bldg., Salem, Ore. " a23
Get Building Permits
Two building permits were
issued from the city recorder's
office Friday. According to these
Gustaf Mundt will erect a $2500
dwelling at 1210 North Fifteenth,
and P. D.'Ott a $400 garage on
his property at 1290 North Capi
tol.. -;! ; V'--i'A
Marriage License Issued s i
A marriage license was -issued
to Carl S. Ertelt and Emma Toung
yesterday. Both are residents of
Mt. Angel. I
Winslow's Suit Dismissed I
Walter Wlnslow's suit against
G9yrnorj Pierge and others which
bad in view the reopening of the
deer hunting season, was dismiss
ed by Judge Bingham yesterday
upon motion of Mr. Win slow. The
dismissal was .by reason of the
governor's having recalled the; or
der closing the hunting season,
which he did when rain fell in
most of the- timbered area of the
state, thereby eliminating much
of the danger of forest fires..
A mortgage held by the United
States National bank was fore
closed on a piece of j property
owned' by Quackenbush, according
to a report received from the
county clerk's office yesterday af
ternoon. The property Is describ
ed as lot 3, block 7 of the Oak's
addition to Salem. The amount
owed was said to total 1 5,4 4 7.75.
To Collect for Gravel , 1
Complaint was filed by the
West Side Gravel company; yes
terday against J. H. Yarnell. Tne
sum demanded was something
over $400. It was said that- Yar
nell had failed ' to make good a
note given in payment for gravel
delivered some time last fall.
Dance at McCornick Hall " i
Saturday night, under auspices
of Yeoman lodge. : Good music.
Divorce Is Granted
A decree of divorce was issued
yesterday separating Mrs. Lucinda
Horn from Gottfred Horn. : She
had sued on the grounds of cruel
and inhuman treatment, t
Farmers Are Armed-
Farmers in the Dakota wheat
belts are carrying guns as a re
sult of a strike by "Wobblies,"
according to Paul Forberg of Fer
gus Falls, Minn., who is visiting
for a few days af the home of his
sister, Mrs. C. K. Logan. The
farmers are paying $2.50 a day
to shock wheat In the fields and
the IWW demanded $4.50. Fail-
. ; ' ' DIED 1
THOMAS At the Deaconess nos
. ; pital, Friday afternoon, Velma
Thomas age 3, daughter of Mr.
. and Mrs. John.M. Thomas,, 1950
, Front street." Remains at the
Webb funeral parlors.; Funeral
; announcement to be made later.
ASHER At his home, near Lib-
! erty on August 21, Daniel D.
Asher, aged 58. Brother of E.
Asher of Rosedale and David
Asher of Missouri. Funeral ser
vices will be held from the Rig
don chapel Saturday at 10 a.m.
Rev. Atchison officiated. Inter
ment in the Lee Mission cem
; etery. r ; ?
RIGDON & SON'S
': ; , , ; MORTUARY fM ''!
. Unequaled Service j$ 1 1
Ing to obtain their demands they
ordered a strikes : The farmers
then organized against the "Wob
blies." A number of high school
and college boys were forced out
of town jat one place by a gang of
the MWobblis." who made them
crawl Into a boxcar and stay until
the traiEj pulled outi Forberg will
return to his home in time to
finish his last year in high school.
Much Help Sought
Though more than 100 men and
women j were sent;; out from the
United $tates employment bureau
at the YMCA by Sim Phillips Fri
day, the number was not sufficient
to supply the demand. The calls
for help were Jn ;' excess of the
available supply, Mr. Phillips said.
and ; he
even went to the camp
to solicit workers in an
effort to fill the: orders for help.
As the I picking of early hops is
almost at a close, Mr. Phillips ex
pects that next week the con
ditions will be reversed.
Grapples With Burglar
Awakened by 3 the noise of a
prowler.1 in hU home, Roy Gilbert,
905 SoQth Liberty, grappled with
the intruder, who was able to
make his escape after midnight
Thursday night. - He sent a hur
ried call to the police station but
Officers James and, Putnam were
unable to find any trace of the
prowler. .Entrance to the house
was effected through the bedroom
New De Lux : "
Sport model 'now on display.
Newtoni Chevrolet Co. a23
Theft of a Cheney phonograph
from the home of James Stamos
was reported to the police yester
day. Stamos lives about three
miles this side of Mill City.
Three Youths Held
Until they are able to prove
their ; rightful ownership to an
automobile in which they were
traveling, , three Washington
youths! are being held in the city
jail. They gave their names as
Lloyd Starr and? Lester Gumppen
berg of Waitsburg, and Walter
Johnson of Dayton.. The trio were
picked! up by Officer Wiles. Starr
claims' ownership of the machine,
which he says be purchased from
a friend and did not obtain a bill
of sale. " '
Dance at McCornack Hall
Saturday night, under auspices
of Yeoman lodge. Good music.
..-J-Sa , a23
Still Receiving Bids
Bids for the. repainting of be
tween) 50 and fiO city letter boxes
will be received until September
i according to John H. Farrar,
postmaster. The boxes vary ,in
size from the ordinary letter boxes
in thej various portions of the city
to the large boxes in the down
town district. ; j Green paint will
be furnished to the painters.
Plenlcj Is Postponed
Postponement for .a week has-
been ordered for the annual dis
trict picnic . of the Metropolitanj
Life Insurance company employesj
The picnic was scheduled for
Bryant park in Albany today, but
will be held next Saturday. Ejm4
ployes In Salem, Corvallis, Albany
and Eugene are expected to at
Wanted to Secure
$5,000 loan on a $22,000 ranch
well improved, close in. Soco-
lofsky, 341 State. a24
Booze Car, Is Seelzed
Confiscation proceedings against
the automobile driven by C. L.
Rhodes were begun In the justlc
court! Friday.;;, The new charge is
entirely different from the one in
the police court and will be handl
ed through the district attorney's
office under the state law which
makes an automobile liable to
confiscation if used to transport
liquor. Rhodes was arrested last
week! by Officer Olson and was
fined $200 in police court for hav
ing liquor In his possession. A
gallon Jug of moonshine, an empty
jug smelling strongly of the same
substance, a rubber tube and some
corks were taken with Rhodes. '
Former Salem Woman Dies-
Word comes to Salem of th
death of Mrs. C. E. Hanna week
ago (Wednesday in Pacific Grove,
Cal. j Mrs. Hanna, who was Tina
Barber before her marriage,, spent
the larger part of her life in Sa
lem and vicinity, formerly living
on the Wallace road. Since mov
ing to California eight years ago
Mrs Hanna has visited a number
of times here .where she has many
friends who; will be saddened at
the jnews of her passing. . Mrs.
Hanna is survived by two daugh
ters, Etta and Mae. She is a sis
ter-in-law of Mrs. J. L. Oliver,
Mrsl J. W. Gritton and Mrs. John
Three Fatal Accidents
Accidents taking place In Ore
gon; Industries and reported to the
state industrial accident commis
sion during the week ending Aug
ust! 21, numbered 705, three of
them being fatal. The fatal cases
were Elvin L. Shephard. Silverton.
timber worker; Charles S. Rich
ards, Portland, shlngler, and C. E.
Pearson, Tillamook, laborer. J
Large Crowd at Concert
With the return of more favor
able - weather, the band concert
attracted a normal crowd to Will-
son' park last night. ' These eon
certs are1 beginning to near the
close f or the season.1" r So 5 far
weather conditions hare been Ideal
and. only one concert, has had to
be postponed and this because of
no inclemency of the weather. The
concert Tuesday night attracted
the smallest crowd of the season,
owing to the chilly night.' A spe
cial request program 'will be off
ered next Tuesday night by Oscar
Steelhmmer, director. This will
feature both the male quartette
and the clarinet duet.
Tonight, tonight, tonight
The Valley 10-Piece Orchestra.
Ladies; free. Follow the crowd.
Coming Friday, Aug. 29, the Ser
enades, formerly with Greater
Serenaders. Dreamland always
the best. , a2 3
Program for Kiddies ,
A special program arranged for
Sunday school children will be of
fered at the Salvation Army hall
at S o'clock tonight. Special mu
sic,' singing, recitations and dia
logues are to be offered. The pub-
lis is j invited to attend the pro
Two Escape; One Captured?
boys escaped from the
minded school Friday.
Thomas Larson, one of the boys.
was picked up at the Southern Pa
cific' station about 6:30 o'clock by
Officer Olson and held for the
school ! authorities. At 9 o'clock
the police were notified that Ivan
Goings bad made his escape. Go
ings Is 5 feet . 9 inches tall -and"
weighs about 145 pounds. ; He had
short hair and was wearing, blue
overalls, according to the report
to the police.
First! Deer Exhibited
What is believed to be the first
deer returned to Salem since the
hunting season opened Wednesday
was on exhibition at. the Cross
market on State street Friday af
ternoon.! The animal, a four
prong buck, was shot Friday by
Frank Mapes, a local plumber.
Rotary Picnic Enjoyed.
Rotarians and their families
from Salem and McMlnhvIlle stag
ed a Ijolnt picnic at Burch's grove,
Rickreall. Friday. The club
began to gather short! yaf
o'clock, with the f eats" serv
ed at 6 o'clock. The early pan
of the picnic was spent in various
athJetic events while singing was
a feature of the evening. The pic
nic was in charge of Al Pierce and
R. R. Boardman. .
The j Wrong Stratton
In giving a sketch of the life
pf Mrs. Helen L. Stratton, decease
(Bd, in The Statesman of yesterday
morning, the reporter was made
to say that she was the widow of
RevJ C.'C.'Stratton, deceased. Her
husband was in fact Ml A. Strat
a brother of Rev. C. C. Strat-
Harry W. Webber and family
of" Crescent City, Cal., resumed
their trip to Tacoma yesterday
after a Bhort visit in Salem. Mr.
Webber ; is known throughout
southern Oregon as a contractor.
Guy L. Rathbun and family
have returned to Salem after a
week's vacatidii : spent along the
Rogue river in southern Oregon.
Rathbun is coach, and , physi
director at Willamette uni
versity, i - " I
Miss Grace Snook, supervisor at
the North .Fourteenth street play
ground, has been called to Oregon
City for a short time, Miss Reid,
a saiem- teacner, is using u
place. , 'j : ;" ; '. .
Lloyd T. Rigdon, Marlon county
coroner, spent Friday on business
Frank" B. Ferguson of McMinn-
ville was in the city Friday morn
" Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jermyn were
In j Salem yesterday from Tilla
Jack Milliken of Dallas was a
Salem visitor Friday.
Radio at Penitentiary
To Boost for World Peace
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A radio installed by a coterie of
Portland club women at the state
penitentiary will be one of the
methods of spreading propaganda
for world peace, according to ah
announcement made here yester
day by some of the women. Just
why the state penitentiary was
selected as the location for the
radio was not explained.
- Dr. Nina Evaline Wood of Port
land, and several other women in
terested In world peace, waited up
on J. A. Churchill, state superin
tendent of schools, and requested
hitn to give peace propaganda and
peace songs a place In the state
course of study. He took the re
quest under advisement. ; j
It was said that a peace meet
ing will be ' held In Portland on
Labor day and that W. A. Delzel,
secretary of the state board of con
trol, will be the main speaker.;
IS UK' PLAN
Membership Out in Force
Yesterday to Discuss Ap
One of the best attended and
most enthusiastic meetings in the
history" of v the Lions' club was
held at the Marion hotel Friday
noon. Frank E. Neer, president,
upon the unanimous vote of: the
club, was authorized to name his
committees and proceed with
plans for the annual banquet and
ladies night, to be held some
time in September or October.
The banquet will be something
out of the ordinary this year and
some special entertainment is
promised for the occasion.
Thirty-five or 40 members of
the club, with their wives, met
the Portland and Longview,
Wash., representatives, at the
Chamber of Commerce about 4
o'clock Friday afternoon and
formed a caravan to proceed to
Springfield, where charter night
for the Springfield Lions' club
was observed. Other Lions' clubs
from Eugene, Cottage Grove, Le
banon and Silverton were repre
sented at the meeting last night.
Lion Newell Williams, a state
traffic officer, headed the caravan.
That the club is growing is
evinced by the list of new mem
bers who have been added to the
club in the last two or three
weeks. The list, including those
whft have affiliated in the last two
or three days;' is as follows: ,
C. A. Johnson, Piggly Wiggly
store; Fred Klrkwood, Essex and
Hudson auto agency; Lester
Schlosberg, ; "The Smart Shop";
R. C. Aiken, of Burnett Brothers,
jewelry store; J. E. Barber, Certi
fied Public; Motor Car Market;
Ralph Budlong, Cherry City mill;
Elmer Klein, "The Ace";! Newell
Williams, state traffic j officer;
Charles E. Stricklin, civil engi
neer, state engineering j depart
ment; Dr. R. L. Edwards, physi
cian and surgeon; J. H. Flourney,
American I Fidelity Investment
company; Fred Alfred Williams,
typewriters, , with Commercial
Bookstore;; Robert H. Holmes,
traveling agent for the Southern
Pacific; E. B. Grabenhorst, of the
Grabenhorst realty firm;,1 George
W. Ely, capitalist; C. F. Bates,
Capital City Cooperative! cream
ery. Betty Bedford, Lions ac
companist, r and Florence Pope
Lions' editress, are the honorary
members and Lionesses.!
Prune Picking Resumed
i For Penney Packing Firm
Prune picking was resumed Fri
day after being suspended for a
few. days upon orders issued from
Denney & Co. Prunes will be pur
chased until they become too ripe
to carry, it was announced. Nearly
all the growers resumed picking
yesterday and a scarcity of pickers
was reported for the first time
this season. The fruit is said to
be ripening rapidly and the green
prune shipments will probably be
wound up In a comparatively few
Though a heavy percentage of
cracked prunes is being! reported
by the growers, the packers are
carefully sorting all fruit and it
Is being shipped out clean. Quo
tations from the east were firm
at $1.25 a suitcase, this price re
presenting a fair profit to the
shippers. .. . .
I BITS FOR BREAKFAST
"The Covered Wagon"
-r. 'vi . .
- It is scoring a sensational eome
back. showing that Salem is a good
s ' . V). !!'
Good morning; have you re
ceived any signals from Mars?
Everybody's doing it.
W. H. Lee, chief engineer of the
Southern Pacific railroad, is in
the mining region of the Little
North Fork of the Santiam. There
Save It "with Kyaeize
Of course you dnn and you cart do most of the refinishing jobs around
the home in spare moments, i l r
AVe offer you Kyanize as the highest quality product known to the
painting business. It works free under the brush, dries with a wonderful
finish and is easy to apply. . ' ' j
Use Kyanize Floor Finish for floors, wood work and furniture where
a gloss finish is desired. ; j
Use Kyanize Celoid Finish where a beautiful dull gloss finish is desired
on walls and woodwork.
f Use Kyanize Enamels for anything, anywhere arid under any; condi
tions, and see the wonderful results, v v j '
. Remember the Kyanize Guarantee "Kyanize Products are the High
est Grade Varnishes and Enamels in the World That ought to be good
enough. : V j
are some other indications' and,
movements, and goings 'and com
ings ''that may foreshadow jblg- de
velopments up that way. ; "There
are literally mountains of copper,
and gold and silver ore in that dis
trict, besides zinc and lead ore in
some parts of It, that wllljpay big
profits-for -mining, as. soon as
cheap transportation can be pro
vided. And the time when this
wiil be done may be much closer
than most people imagine; ,
A third of American families
are now housed in flats and
apartments, says statistician. Some
of the other two-thirds lire also
dissatif ied with their neighbors.
: . . "W -Ir
They are bo dry down in Cali
fornia that they want to tap the
canals of Mars, now that the war
planet is so close. to the earth. :
, " f;-rx:
If everybody here cannot be ac
commodated this time, the 'Cov'
ered Wagon" ought to be brought
back again. Every man, woman
and child In Oregon ought to see
this great screen. ; ' '"
President Coolldge has gone to
the paternal home at Plymouth,
Vt. Not to count his chickens be
fore they are hatched, buj; merely
for a brief rest among the. Plym
outh rocks. .
Now a New Zealand statesman
la urging a conscription of women
for the kitchen and domestic serv
ice. The New Zealand women said
they would -. sweep, the ' Country
when they -were given . equality
The very choicest milk fed Veal. We give
our customers the benefit of the drop.
Choice ; - " Millc Fed
VEAL STEAK VEAlJ STEW;
15c lb. 10c lb.
Fancy . Delicious
LOIN OF VEAL LEG OF VEAL
20c lb. 20c lb.
BEEF STEAK SIRLOIN STEAK
12 l-2c lb. 15c lb.
Freshly Ground Freshly Ground
12 l-2c lb. 12 l-2c lb.
Prime Good i
J BEEF ROASTS POT ROASTS
121-2C lb. 10c lb.
We have "Specials" every day;
351 State Street
NOT IN THE COMBINE
GEO. E. ALLEN
Hardware and Machinery
2 3 6 N. Commercial :
For September is out.
On sale at The Ace and
Commercial Book Store.
History o Madinore
Poetry and 'Banking
Centenary; of Camilla
The Song Celestial !
Estimate of Masefield
Important Books Reviewed
Musical and Dramatic
Poets and i Poetry
More striking and beautiful
poems than any American
Col. E. Hofer, Publisher.
and this practical guy asserts that
they should begin their sweeping
in the home, i ' !
The French government is 'In
troducing a rocket plane. It vir
tually has no engine, but is shot
ahead by a series of explosions ot
gas. In one sense of the word it
blows itself' up and keeps, blow-
ing. A speed of more than 30O
miles an hour Is attained. It
sounds like something we would,
prefer the other fellow to try.
of Low Prices