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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON
WEDNESTJAY MORNING, SEFTEMT3ER 3; 1025"
(Continued from jao SA
1 ter's house-guest ; while - at the
I beach i was her sister, Mrs. John
I Buchanan of - CorrallU. Of In
terest In connection with ' the
i- Waldport resort which la growlag
I Increasingly popular la the colony
i of OAC professors who are build
ing tbelr cottages in -the vicinity,
s three haying added summer hoaes
i :ecently.' ' -
i Sibbalds Are Guests
.'- Mr. and. Mrs. WiUlam Slbhald
I and family' of . Kelso Washington.
f pent the Labor day week-end at
' the home of Mrs. Ora F. Mclntyrel
I Mr. Sibbald will be , remembered
; by a large number, here from his
connection with'the Attorney 6en-
eral's, office. -Mr. Sibbald -.and
r Mrs. 'Mlntyre'iare brother V and
'sister.. .... ':. . J., . . .'' ; ..
1 Miss Gentry Is Married
Mr. James Costes, a farmer at
Turner, and Mlsa Grace Gentry of
1 Tortland,-Oregon, were quietly
i married bn Monday, August 31.
: The young couple will make their
i home on a farm near Turner. 1 V'
i Willing Workers to Meet
J The Willing Workers' class of
' the First Christian church will
eet at 2:30 o'clock Friday after
: noon at the home of 'Mrs. A. B.
I Selee, 255 Center street, for the
f regular meeting. "
. ' ' " : ' ' i . . .
, I Comvtons at Keskowin
Mr.-and 'Mrs.i Heary-V! Comp-
ton were among, the large- group
f of 8aiem people" who- motored to
Xeskowia tar the nreekenL ns.-,
. . ur u vj - v. ,
, Mrs, Hawlev Is Guest . .
( Mrs. V. C. Hawley spent, part
': of last week at the Gelsendorfer
j country home at Knox Butte. near
- Albany. . ... - V'
Labor Day Week-End
Mh and Mrs. U. G. Boyer and
Mr. and 'Mrs." Chester ' C Clark
were week-end guests at Neko
.' win, remaining orer Labor day.
' Siva fford8 Take Trip v
Mr. and Mrs. E. J., Stafford ,re
: turned the evening of Labor,, day
- from two days in Tortland and .a
motor trip over the Mount Hood
Loop. On Saturday they attended
: i Plenty of Novelty i
r:. Fall Co.aits
THE TAILO.RED..M.0PELS :
Ilcrd are the Coats that serve as; the utility
" . gannerit. : . Fprmotoring, traveling,; and dayi
-.i- . . time. street wear
; ' (t v. JJade of inanish coatings they are trimmed
.e'T Vith fur .collars or collars of .self materialsL
-'V -The invert or flare back is always
:'- .prominent. ,;,v:',j,vft'
i ..V ..... - I
' .. ifatenal3 such
. f novplty. mixtures
' t sleeve, . the side
These Coats are
' muxft of;
collar and sleeves
t ? j u ' , . adding 4he last
:,:m 1 524.75 to 554-75
k , , We are showing
gressman Rna JIM. y. . C wawiej
Wjete also' present' for Xh& Pioneer
meeting, C6nsressmatf3awler .be
Ing the appreciated apeaker of Ihe
day.u i y, . ::i i v'
''';-V xA f
Guests at NeskOWW , j Church parlors. ..6: SO o'clock. -:
Mr. and Mrs. Pan 3: Trr,:3rJf jr - Friday v
and Mr. and Mrs. - W. A. Dentoi I
are spending the week at Jfeskop I
Miss Lange Is Guest ... I
? Mrs. H..B Thlelsen entertained
as "her. guest over theTweek-end;
Miss Anne vM. Lange, Tietf preste
dent general of the htata. Daugh
ters of the American RotoI utionl
Mies Lange was the" honor gust at
the luncheon last Saturday of
House-Guests From Euaene
Dr. andMr?. Winnard of
Eugene were house-guests i over
the week-end of . M'r a.&d UniyL-
A-' Underbill.' "
Guests at East Home
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Garrett of
Medford spent Labor day and yes-.
terday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. S. S. East, i Mrs, Garrett and
Mrs. Hugh Kyle (Gertrude East)
were colleg frjends together, I
Guests Over Labor Day '
Mr. and -Mrs. William a. smart
and little - daughter, Mary Jean,
of Bakersfield.i: California, : and
Mrs W. M. Smart, and Mlss Marjr
Smart, of Santa .Ana. California,
were, house-guests over Labor day
weel$-eaJ ' of. Mr. and Mrs. J; P,
Smart. Mrs. W. M. Smart is Mr
Smart5inotherj while Miss Mary
?martr is. : . slater, and; Mr," and
Mrs.Winiam A. . Smart brother
and sister-in-law. , .
ChufcKDinner Club to Meet
The; Voaner iMarried , People
club,. of the First Presbyterian
church ! will meet ai ' 6 : a 0 o'clock
this evening for their Tegular
monthly, dinner. The arrange
ments- for, -the i evening, are In
charge . of Dr. ; and .. Mrs. Bates.
JJach family la. asked to bring
CQvered dish and rolls.
To Tell of Travels
,'Slrs: L. O. Clement. will tell of
some of the impressions she re
ceived j while ; on her. .trip abroad
at the meeting at - 2 13 0 o'clock
Friday afternoon of the Woman's
these garments, are supreme.
s Veloria, Bolivia, Velour, and
are made up with the loose
flare and circular bottoms.
fully lined assuring "the max!
with buttons and embroidery
touch of superiority. ,
-a large selection of ,Kiddies
I SOCIAL, OAIXIIDAH
. A m.i : TODAY: . .
; Woman's Foreign , Missionary
society of the First Methodist
church. ? Mrs. J. ? D. McCormick-
" "'TounS Married People's club of
the First - Presbyterian'-' church.
r rirst Congregational - church
Missionary meeting." -Mrs. L. H.
McMahan. 791 N. Front street,
hostess. 2:30 o'clock.
: First Presbyterian church Mis
sionary meeting. Church parlors.
Willing Workers' class of the
First Christian church. .Mrs. A. B-
Selee, 255 Center atreet, hostess.
2:30 o'clock. . i,
Salem Woman's club.
Jiouse. 8 o'clock, - .
Missionary society of the FlrBt
Presbyterian church. Mrs.' Cle
ment was in "Europe for ' three
months this spring. - All are cor
dially invited to attend. v
To Attend School
Miss Elizabeth Blackwell of
Sheridan, Montana, arrived on
Sunday to spend the winter at the
home of Mr, and Mrs. Ralph H.
Kletzing. Miss Blackwell will at
tend school here.! Another guest
at "Playmoor"- on Sunday waa
Mr. Harley Blackwell of Seattle,
Mrs. Kletzlng's brother.
B 0 U WTjLJ, 0 VV ":R ED U,C ED
ilOX HUNTERS TO BE
PAID ONLY FIFTY CENTS
PORTLAND . Sept. 3 Bounty
on sea Hons killed In Oregon wat
ers was reduced today by the state
lis a commission from f apiece to
fifty cents. ,The' action came at
ter the commission had approved
payment of bounty on 333 sea lion
scalps claimed i by four hunters,
Bounty on all sea lions, killed be
fore today will be paid until the
end of the month on presentation
of the Bcalps to the fish commis
sion. I :
, The bounty on seals will remain
as at present, 15. -
The reduction was .made be
cause there was considerable
I doubt as to the wisdom of killing
orr sea lions. in fact, it ..was
pointed out that the government
protects sea lions along the coast.
BAIL WILL BE REFUSED
LIQUOR AX1 l)OlK PKODLERH
SAID NOT OOD RISKS
SEATTLE, - Sept. 8.- Bootleg
gers and narcotic peddlers need no
E longer apply for bail bonds: at the
offices of the National Surety com
pany, Gt'orge W. Allen, Pacific
coast manager announced here to-
I night. ;
Losses through bail-jumpers
and the odium connected . with
furnishing bonds to persons cbarg
I ed with such crimes were respon
sible for the announcement Allen
said.. i ',
Other companies are expected
to follow suit, it is said. . .
YAKIMA, Sept. S Church men
land laymen of the Columbia river
conference of the Methodist Epis
copal church opened their . fifty
second annual conference here to
night with 150 persons Jn attend
jance. In one of the opening ad
dresses Bishop William O. Shep-
ard of Portland advocated the un
ion of theiptth andouth branch
es of the methodist' church as
means of building a-stronger or
ganization.: : '
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Man Ties Ship Up - When
House in Danger; Thank
ed by Officials .
CALDWELL, Ohio. Sept. . 8.
(By Associated Press). A hero
of the Shenandoah - disaster last
Thursday morning was found
among the native sons of Noble
county today. He Is a little, grlx
zled farmer who - raises turkeys.
geese and. some crops on a farm
near. Sharon, but, he is the man
who grabbed the ; navy's giant
dirigible by the nose ring and
pulled It to the ground.
Many v time Ernest Nichols has
tethered . an . angered bull to . a
fence post but . not until last
Thursday morning was he ever
called upon to tame a rampant
dirigible. ! Late today tales began
drifting' over the country side
about . a man who had helped to
stop the plunging of the Sbenan
doah s nose over hills and valleys,
after it broke from the middle
and aft sections an hoar earlier
near Ava, 12 miles away.
Immediately the' board of in
vestigation which is handling all
phases of the disaster, which re
main to be cleared up, became in
terested in the story. The board
recalled suggestions- made by
Lieutenant . William Mayer and
others who were in that portion
of the ship Xhat.. supported. Nich
ols' story. -Commander Jacob H.
Klein, chief of the Investigating 1
board, said .today after : .hearing
the story that the Noble county
farmer had done "a .good job and
great service. .
Ernest. Nichols was found today
in an .obscure corner of his barn
yard feeding his turkeys and was
appraised of the fact that he had
done Something important. . The
story that the farmer told. The
Associated Press ,1s as follows:
"Well, sir, I can show you bet
ter than I can tell you. I was in
the house (he pointed to a three
room -dwelling) when my neigh
bor called up on the telephone
and said an airship was headed
for my house and that I had. bet
ter stop it. , I ran out and here it
came , right .through our orchard,
headed straight , for the house
After drifting, all that way after
It broke up, it was getting pretty
close to the ground.
"It sure enough was coming
right toward my house. - IJopked
up and there was my oldest boy
I have six boys and, one " girl-
sticking his head out of the, up
stairs window. , I knew, I had to
stop that thing or the - house
would be smashed .and my, kids
would be killed. Then, too, I
heard the fellows up there (in the
Shenandoah s. drifting nose) yell
ing: Grab hold Grab hold!
Turn her south! Turn her south!'
so I grabbed ahold of the cable
that was hanging down and drew
It around that fence post. The
post snapped right of f. , I grabbed
the . cable again and threw . it
around that old maple stump
The stump had two prongs on It
and I thought sure it would hold,
but It . didn't. By that time the
nose was so close to the ground
that the underside had me backed
up against the fence and I had to
run. It was headed away' from
the house then, but It knocked off
the top of that shed and the wheel
on that . well and then bowled
over that grape arbor. I kept fol
lowing it and -finally , threw the
cable around that tree. "
"All that time I didn't know
what the thing waH. ,1 didn't
VTgAT fUTTEB'a XnnOTf KO. J80 .
Mt MOBd fomrl WidMMir.
Pnsidrat VT. X. Kalbva; MenUry.
CAPTTAIi TTPOQ3APHICA1. XTSIOX KO.
210 Prraidcat, V. JT. tbi ; Mrtary,
V. TK Fllkaatoa.. Macts keom4. gttu-
47, :00 . to.
CARPENTER'S C5JIOX KO. IMS
VhU Tour. rcBlars. Arthmr Tack
r. snudnt : Via. Pattit. ercUrr.
.killed mwwny farmiiha. Ph 179.
raATZBKAL ORDEB 01 21GLZ8. m4
lit aaa ira waa. w. u. w. b. jt.
know It was - so big.' "Why, It's
over 190 feet long.? .
"Soon my kids came , running
out and helped tie it, up. Then
the men began climbing out. Even
then it didn't stay where it was.
For we had to tie It again several
times during the day and the men
borrowed my shotgun and punc
tured the gas bags.
'My little girl said when she
first saw me pulling . at it she
thought It was a big bird. My
oldest son thought It was all a
I've been too busy taking care-
of people who came out here to
see the wreck and looking-after
m familvi and farm to think
about It until today."
MITCHELL URGES BUREAU
mnnL OF NATIONAL DE
FENSE DECLARED NEEDED
SAN -ANTONIO, Texas, Sept. 8.
In addition to consolidating the
whole national defense under one
bead, holding one man responsible
for the act of any branch. Colonel
William Mitchell. Eighth Corps
area air officer would also create
a council bf national defense to
consist of the secretary of state,
secretary of the treasury and the
secretary of national defense, he
In Issuing his latest statement
he said it outlined a "construc
tive policy for the United States
to: adopt." j He had Just returned
from ' Fort Arkansas where he
went- last Saturday soon after re
leasing his broadside against the
nny and i navy, departments and
whe.re he spent Sunday and. Mon
day angling for tarpon.
Capital as well asMabor should
be; conscripted in time of war or
threatened emergency, he said. He
also recommended that the gov
ernment not be permitted to con
struct airplanes, leaving this to
civilian corporations, thus keeping
alive "competition, invention and
tttltjatlve by the people."
T NEWS BRIEFS
Birth Is Reported-
' Born st the Salem hospital, to
Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Shade, 345
Seuth Twenty-first, Monday, Sept.
7. a son, to be called David Hobert.
Talks to Grangers
W. A. Delzell, private secretary
to Governor Pierce, , is expected
back from Prlnevllle today. Mr.
ueizeii represented-the governor
at a grange convention attended
by grangers . from . Deschutes.
Crook and .Jefferson counties
Slake Long Motor Trip .
Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Shanks.
Miss Barbara Shanks, Mr. .. and
Mrs. Harry E. White and Gladys
White, Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Pickens
made the .ML Hood Loop y ester-
1 111 e
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tiaaniaata at aar tiava at tka day ar
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GENERAL. REPAIRING. TIRES AND
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LER A LEBENGOOD GARAGE. Pneaa
54. ' Millar and ft. Commercial 8U.
Wa aaaciaUia ia raeoaditiaolnf Btatora.
i : -- Satf
SEE CI TOR TOP AND PAINT WORK.
O. 3. IIbU AaVa Top Jk Pal at Baea.
Raar fira dpartiant. S-alStf
day. ! jThey went as far as The
Dalles, and 'returned by the North
Bank j highway. Before they
reached Vancouver they ran Into
a heavy downpour of rain. The
streets of Vancouver were flood
ed. Going up over the south side
of the Loop and crossing the Co
lumbia river at Hood River makes
the whole trip 340 miles. It is
one of the finest drives out of
j Salem and can be made in one day.
The j party was on the road. 18
hours including stops.
MAIUCETS . f
No. t whita
No.; 1 red, tacked
Top I aofa
Dratted kora ,
Tea i staara .
Cow , , ... 1 2.50 5.00
Bnlla , , . .- s K Gt
Sprioc lamba. 60 lba aad aadar 8iiH
"aal : 7e7H
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XOOS. GUTTER AND XOTTEXyAT
Botterfat . .53
Milk, per rU
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l NEW YORK, Sept. S tlops
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General ' Markets
I PORTLAND. Sept. 8 Hay.
buying prices: Valley . timothy.
$17(519; do eastern Oregon, nora
Inalj alfalfa $19(119.50; clover
$17; oat hay $15?16; oat and
vetcn f I7.5u; ". straw J7.50 per
ton.- Selling prices $2 a ton more
Grain futures: Wheat, hard
white. BS. I Baart. September
$1.54: October $153; soft white
September $1.51: October $1.47;
western while. September $1.50;
October $1.47; hard winter. Sep
tember $1.48; October $1.4$;
western red. September $1.47;
October $1.45; BBB hard white.
September $1.57; October $1.55.
Oats. No! 2, 36-pound white
feed, September $29; October $29.
No. 2. 38-pound "gray, September
$28; October $28.
Barley. No. 2. 46-pound Septem
ber $32; October $32; do 44
pound. September $31; October
$81. . " , .
Corn. No.. 2. EY shipment, Sep
tember $43 October $4 3.
Mill run. standard, September
$31;.October $30. ...i
Portland Dairy Exchange: Bat
ter, extras 50c; standards 49c;
prima firsts ,47c; firsts 454c- .
Eggs, extra 42e; firsts 39c;
pullets. 36c; current receipts
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FOR SALE .Livestock 1 S3
PUREBRED POLAND CHINA GILTS
Alaa brad icvi. Pkaaa JOiril. 19il3
FOB SALE 3 GRADE JERSET COWS.
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Jeraey keifer. 1 grade heifer. 7 trade
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