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; THE ORGOK Sf AtiSSHAN, S 'ALiL OREGON -
VEDNESDAY.MORNING;MARCH 17; 1926
COUNTY NEWS BRIEFS
The Forensic society held Its
regular monthly meeting, In the
advanced room at sehool last Fri
day afternoon, with the president
Leland Scott, in the chair, ;
.Daring the ; business session. It
decided, to hold the meetings
ace a monm as usual, msieaa ox
twic a month aa'i suggested by
some. It was also Toted, to : ac
cept the invitation Jot the married
folks to another -enemas match.
: a . m
I ' tho time and placebo, be arranged
by a. ctmmfttela: conference with
I -The-' members tijt 4hl8 safety are
I the', eighth' and? itpth' 'cgra4ea at
jj schoil; iqft4; its. purpose Is to teach
I and fgveiiidrJU in 4 parllmentary
lrulesV -to-enepurage the pupils to
take iiljlattv; and entertainment.
'4Me;louowtng program was ably
given :;'!!--yj -v ,- d-. V 7 V ;
Vocal solo-,:. ..Ellen Keuens
Reading , .LoaH Jory
-Reading . . . ,,i '. . . J. Dorothy Judd
Vocal solo . . . Dorothy Coffey
Recitation i . i . . . i . Cecil Dencer
Reading-, . .. . . .Dorothy Coffey
Reading .f. ... ..Ellen Neuena
Reading '..; . . ...Harry Kelley
VocaJ solo. .... , . . . Ellen . Neuens
Tho.:naxt meeting will .he the
second - Friday In April. ,
Miss eila 'Armstrong, secretary ,
of theipaayesville Sunday school
distrTo:. has .finished; mailiag the
program for Abe council which will
be held : a , Middle : Grove, March
28. jLn -exceptionally good and
helpful ; program will be given.
Speakera; at exceptional, ability
been secured to- present vital sub
jects of the day. J ; ;
Prof. iX "oC."Miller will lead the
singing, -while music win be fur
nished -by the Middle Grove orchestra.
TTf There .will be ushers and teach-
all the children-' and to give in
struction and . entertainment for
the entire day. -The, Middle Grove
school will serve; not coffee. .. All
bring basket dinner.' which will be
served cafeteria style.
Mrs. Maude Terry Is now locat
ed at 212 S.. Cottage, where she
will be at home to j her friends.
She was a gaest at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. WU Cady the lat
ter part of the weekTvr '.. ,; v..
Mrs. Joseph Smith of Portland
has . been a visitor at the home of
her sister, Mrs. William Haynes,
Her husband is a naturopathic
I A. Newbilijwho ha-vbeen
major operation at a local hospi
tal Is now convalescing at the
nome 01 mis orotner, w. a." Kew
bilL : ;
William Haynes has bought a
new horse, and Is now hauling
gravel and "making some .. long
needed repairs xm the Auburn
road. -: H
; Mrs. Sinclair Coghill spent
Monday in Portland.!
: Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Schaef er
of Hillsboro visited over the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. August
i miss uenevieve Brtggs was a
Woodburn visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. William Albright spent the
week-end with her daughter, Mrs.
Andrew Lylack in Salem.
The Clark family Is 7 moving
from the Depot hotel to the Pres
, Mr. and Mrs. Smith and son,
Lennie, of Portland Visited in Ger
vais Wednesday, j Mrs. Smith
formerly owned thet Gervais gar
age.; ' ) ;-';:
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
II. E. NIbler last week and has
been named William ! Bernard.
Gervais Parochial school boys
I t Xfl H
Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for:
Neuritis Colds ' Headache- Lumbago
Neuralgia Pain : Toothache ; Rheumatism
does not Affect the heart
aptrla t the- tmla mrk of E7r Uuraftctart cf Uoaoacettci2iUr cf SaUcrUctcli
played baseball with ; lha Belle
Passe boys Sunday afternoon. Ger
vais won with a score of 14 to 12.
Father Feige of the Sacred
Heart 'ehurch, has been in Pasco.
Wash., this week transacting busi
ness. " f., . ; .. ... y.;--yi,v
The' Altar society of the Sacred
Heart 'church held a meeting at
Mrs. Georgia; Keppiager's home
Mrs.' Adam Wo lan and daughter.
Teresa were, Portland visitors last
Saturday. s V,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde t,Cutsforth
had business: In Portland Thurs
day.;; ; f M p -&Kr
Elmer Eicrson and, R. Jj.?Tiay
mond i are having city '" water
broighi to their premises. ?
E. Cj Pries has set 7SFran
Qnette walnnt trees ' and.-.3QQ0
-. Our .local market gardener has
begun j some early planting. He
will use about 5 city lots for first
and .later planting. He is also
helping- private, families across
the river with garden work, flower
beds and tree pruning.
It is now "West Salem Amuse
ment Club.'.' So states a specimen
of the sign writers' art, attached
to the front of Community club on
Division street. v
A birthday party was given In
the church Saturday, March 6J for
Robert Cunnell, son of Rev. and
Mrs. Cunnell. A very enjoyable
time was spent in games.; . Re
freshments were served.
Edward Price has been , quite
ill for the last few days. Vf.
Mother and sister of Mrs.' J. IS.
Rogers of Fifth and Johnson ave4
are guests of the Dogers fa'mily.
They are from Berkeley, CaLi i .
James Reid lately from north-J
ern Minnesota, has purchased the
Hart property on Fifth and Divi
sion. He will probably make im
provements. Clarence Tunay has secured em
ployment How 1n Sacramento, CL
Williim Phillips la' preparing
ground for 10,000 ; strawberry
plants of the Etterburg No. 121
v&iiety.' . '.. . ,
Mrs. . Barnes is employed at the
Elbert gardens and loganberry
ranch up- the river.
B vM; Ziecolof kie i who lately
sold his property on Fifth street &
now in the dairy business at Klam
Janitor Moore keeps the school
premises In neat; condition.
"Mr. and Mrs. C R. Brown and
sons,; Stanley and Keith, sper'
Sunday with, friends, at Ricir
GoppI Team and Jason Lee
church featured a Ford -Memorial
here Sunday night, Cafeteria din
ner ,y as served at the church
Thursday evening. Proceeds ap
ply on, the chureh debt.
-.-. ; "
- The Community club jwill give
a program Friday evening, March
13. ' - -.-.-
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Zellnskl and
children visited Joseph NIbler, the
filbert grower of Woodburn, Sun
" J. C. Zellnskl and Orville Lack
ey went smelt' fishing on the Sandy
Tuesday., r.. - , ; ..
; Mrs. Ross ' Rickets ; of .Toledo
vlsitedher parents,"1 Mr. and Mrs.
Lester , Van Cleave, fast week.
The -road east from, ChemaWa
through Hazel Green has ben
surveyed as far as the church, o
be straightened and graded for
Charles Zellnskl Jr. cut his hand
severely preparing grafts. i '
Mrs. Sarah Morgan of Molalla
is visiting her brother, John Van
Cleave. ! ' . ' ;; . ;
- Miss Halda 'Stripling is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Elmer Minch, at
The Women' Missionary asso
ciation selected the following offi-
Acggpf only riBiyer" package t
wLicix contains proven directions.
Handy "Bayer boxes of 12 tablets
Abo bottles of 24 and-lCO-DTarcrista.-
k . '- - .
fit . .
An official probe is being mace or heae-on collision of an Illinois Central suburban train and a
Michigan Central freight, both traveling at high speed. n tb.e joutsklrtsjpf Chcago. . Several were killed
and more than 30 hurt. Photo shows damaged engine of the freight train, i -:U;V
cers for the coming year: Presi
dent. Mrs. G- G. Looney; vice
president, Mrs. Louis Warn pier;
secretary, Mrs. Lester Van Cleave;
treasurer, Mrs. C. A. Van Cleave;
secretary of literature Mrs. Jack
Hall; secretary of thank-offering,
Mrs. W. O. Davis. Delegates to
the branch convention to be held
at; Salem in April are Mrs. Alvin
Van -Cleave, Mrs, Lester Van
Cleave and Mrs. Maurice Dunigan.
Mrs.' N. P. Williamson and her
-father, Louis Peterson,' returned
Sunday from St.' Paul, after spend
ing a week with her sister, Mrs.
Hermon, who was dangerously ill
but now improving.
Mr. and Mrs. John Van Cleave
and sister, Mrs. Morgan are suf
fering from flu. .
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Edwards
of Salem were callers at G. G.
Looney's Monday. Mr. Edwards
is a pigeon fancier, having the
Yew Park pigeon lofts.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R. Payne
of Salem drove as far as they
could get up the Detroit road last
Sunday and on the , way back
stopped at J. R. Payne's of Lyons.
Miss Minnie Kukin spent the
week-end at her home on the
mountain. Bill Kukin also spent
Sunday on the mountain. '
A dance was held at the Lewis
home Wednesday evening March
A dance was held at Mehaina
SatnrdaV evening,' March 13.
F. Tschuaner has opened a new
service station at Lyons. He car
ries both Red Crown and Shell
Mr. and Mrs. Staff or are pre
paring to move out of Lyons in
the near future.
0SX0OV STATESMAN ATjyq CONTEST
last ef Candidates at 10 a, Starca 16
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CITY or SAXJOK
Beath, ETelyn i L
Blackbers, Mrs. Rath .
Crowther, Mrs. B. 8.
Feller. Mis Berniee
Fandrteh, Marie - .
U arrets, Jiobert
Greenwood. tYanees -M. --.,-
Gronke, Mra.' Leo , .... '.. ,1,'
Godsey, Doris ,
Hall. Miss. E. O. .
Hayec,. Laeian . ; 4
Henderson, Kaye ..
Hayre.. Mra. H. B. ,.
HnddleetoB. Mrs. Ut a.
Jepaea, Dalbert . ,
Jadson, Mlidred ;
Laener, Bulah . j
liOTeland, Mrs. Florence
Miller,- Ronald i
Miller, Lithe, U. j
McClary, Ellsworth !
McVey. Mm.- R. B. j
Mttnkers. Venwm ';
gash, Mrs. Mildred j
Oslesby, Mrs. Orrille
Penniacton, Mrs. J. B.
Phillips. Helen .
Pitt. Captain Allen
Resimbal, Mrs. Mary
BBiiro. Alsaa ,
Rpopli, Mrs. Ralph
Bmith, Mrs. Jno. N.
Smitber, A. W.
Thetnpson, K. A.
Wiederkehr. t Mabel
Wheeler, Mrs. Belle
Woolery, Cecil :
weies, . riuaoeia
Woodry, F. R.
Wilson. John .. ,
' " - COUKTXT
Adams.' Mri. A. G.
An trican, Jennie..
Asher. Kowmi . ........
Aspiawall. Mm. Mae
Aahbsaf b, Mr.
Barnes, Lawrence -Brsntner,
Bowman. Rath .
Bock, Mrs. Gas O.
Braden, Mrs. Winnie
Bryant, Adda B.
f eiyoietv Mrs. Ge.-
Cor bos se, Marie
Crane, Clement C. '
Clark. Mrs. E. G'L
(handler. Mrs. Gar
i Cochran. Mrs.- Fraak
Chapman, - Audrey
u aula, -d . j. ,
Dean. Or; K.
Fee. John II-. Jr.
Q mod, Mrs. -Ada
Hieka, Mrs. W. R.
P 992,4 OO
Hamphrey. Mrs. J. P.
Kaauf. Miiton , .
Keltogg, Mrs. Vera
: 1 i 800,400
.. ; 730.900
Kb rape, Valmar.
" S.2 32.400
- t ,99O,40O
Mantm, Mrs. Christine
MUler, Mrs. J. M.
Potts. . J. '.'.
Powell, Mrs. Clera
. i 2,3io,90
Tictenor, Leslie Q,
i RWreclt in Chicag o Sulrurl&lYfJLives
Townsend, Mrs. J. A. 2.526.90O
Watt. Mrs. Abigail W 1,300,200
Weisr, Claire l,2OQ,300
Wynn. Alta 2,640,800
Wheeler, Margaret : 2,100,400
Young, Mrs. Martin C. 2,100,400
t SAIiEM MARKETS
No. 1 wheat, white , Jf 1.39
1, red, sacked ....'..- 1.
PORK, MTTTTOH AND BEET
Top hogs i .1 3
Sows 9 .10
Dressed hogs . 18
Top steers f .06 J17 ,
.Cws - 2.00 (fj 4.00
Spring lambs under 80 lbs. .13
Heary hens -Old
EGGS, BUTTER AKI BUTTESFAT
Butte rfat .48
Creamery batter .50
Milk, ewt 2.44
Medium eggs .'. .1-9
Standard eggs - .l-S
, f ORTlANi, Ore., March 15. Cattle
steady to SO cents higher, receipts, cattle
3125, calves 15. Steers, food S8.00(g
9.00; medium $7.3b8.00; common
f6.50(fi7.26; canners find cutter steers
$6.50 (&) 7.25 ; heifers, Jrpod $7.25,8.25;
common and mediam $i.O0)7.25; cows,
good 6.25(7.25; 'fomiHpn and medium
4.505i6.25; eannera anld cutters $2.50
4.50; bulls, good beef (yearlings ex
cluded) ?4. 005.00; common to medium
(eanners and bok)TnaJ $2.50 4.00 ;
calves, medium to choice (milk feds ex
cluded) f9.00 lff.00 ;-cnlls and comraan
f j.00(j 9.a0; Tealers, piedium to choice
$11.00(13.00; calls and commons $6.50
(3 11. t-
Hogs itronjrf receiata- 1905. Hesry
weight (250 te 350 lbs.) medium, good
snd choice $13.09(19.50; medium
weights (200 to 350 lbs.) eammon, me
dium, good snd choice $13.85 014.00;
lightweight (160 to 200 lbs.) common,
medium, good, atod choice $13,85414.00;
light lights '(ISO to 260 lbs.) common,
mediant, good -u, choice $13.00(ai 14. OO ;
packini; hogs', --'rough and smooth)
?10.00$12.00ys1ughter pigs (90 to 130
Ihs.f medium, 'aoU and choice $12.75(n
13.75; feeders, snd stocker pigs (70 to
130 lbs.) ' medintoi. good and choice
(Soft or oily hogaand roasting pigs
excluded' in above quotations.)
Sheep steady: receipts 1536. Lambs,
good ajid choice (Mi. Adams) $12.00fai
1275; lambs, medimn .to good (ralley)
$11.50S'12.50i hearywoirht (92 lbs. up)
$1 0,50t"rtl 2.50 ; full .weights, culls and
common '$10(rJ 12.00 i pearling wethers
medium to -choice- 9.90 11.00; ewes
common to choice $5.50,8.50; eanners
and culls fz.aes.sv. -
PORTIASD. March 16. Wheat: BBB
hard white. HW, BS. Baart, Mareh, April,
May 3 1.4 1 : soft white, western white,
March. April $1.50; May $1.50; hard
winter, northers sorinjt. larch."' April,
May $1.46; 'western red, March, April,
Oats, No. 2, 30-pound white feed and
gray. March. April $27.00.
Corn, No. 2 EY shipment, March,
$32.50; April $33.
Ho. 3. KY shipment. Mareh, April $32
MiMrun, standard, March, April 23.50 ;
aiay..zt : i .
POIltliAKD. Masch iLr-lBy AssMiat-
ed Pess.) Buying prices: Valley tim
iwtKitao it-- do eastern a jQregon $22.50 ;
allalla iw.soHau: cioeei nominal; oat
hay $20; oat and vetch $21; straw $9
per ton. Belling prices $3 a ton more.
POSTLAND DAISY EXCHANGE
FORT LAN I, March 16. (By Associat
ed Press.)- 'Net prices: Butter extras
39; standards 38; prime .firsts 38; firsts
37; eggs extras 23; firsts 33; pullets 23,
current receipts 22 Vs. t
PORTLAND, March lo.--(U. 8. De
partment of Agriculture,) Cattle and
calves nominally steady; no receipts
Steer, good $7.75 8. 75; medium $7
fa) 7.75; common $6.50 fj) 7.
Hogs, nominally steady receipts 155
Shep and lambs nemiaally steady;
receipts 44o through. Tjamba good and
choice Mt. Adama $11.7512.50; lambs
men mm to good, valley $ll.soia.3.-;
heavyweights V2tc pounds, np io.S((n)
13.2.: all weights culls land common
$9.50(i?ll: yearling wethers, medium to
eheine sw 'ft lO.Wr, ewes eemmon to choice
5.508.50; eanners and culls $2o
6.50.-.. - '
, asslaas aaH,HaMI" apa"sajaaas .
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feet high and 10 feet wide. This
wilt shed a flood of; light Into the
banking quarters which will bo so
constructed as to be c,without a
pillarVor : wbatraction" tbrouchoat.
;; Two new vaults foj the bank
ing" quarters proerwlll be Install
ed, one- for coin use. and tho other
a hog's safety deposit vault. The
book and storage vaults will be in
the basement, with an electric life
installed at the rear end from the
basement to the bank for conven
ience of employees. ' ' '
wThe rapper-floors also will be
modern In every respect. Hard
wood will bo used for ""finishing
turoug.aoutr cither oak or mahog
any. . - .
- LaGrande -lrgo hotel additions-
resort. - -
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eeotiifje bill date
SET FOR 1H 23
Railroad Rate Measure to
Come Up for Final Decis
ion in the Senate
WASHINGTON, March 16 (Dy
Associated Press.) The Gooding
long and short haul railroad rate
bill will, come to a final decision
in the senate at 3 p. m. MaEGh 24,
under a unanimous consent agree
ment reached today. v
The agreement was obtained
after lengthy debate in which en
actment was urged by Senator
Pittman, democrat. Nevada, and
1 the measure was attacked by Sen
ators Pbipps, republican, Colora
do, and Bruce, democrat, Mary
land. It would prohibit railroads
charging more for short interme
diate hauls tnan for longer hauls
to permit them to meet water
transportation competition. While
Senator Bruce contended that
more is to be gained for the pub
lic welfare from elastic rather
than rigid provisions limiting the
interstate amraerce commission."
Senator . Pi ttman - said that body
had assumed jurisdiction and pow
er beyond otiose authorized by
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6:OO-5;U0 (213). PottUnd.
8:00-il:00 KGW (491.3), Portland.
Military Band, ('oncert.
-8:4-12;fe0 KFWV 1212). Tortlnnd
Orchestra, '"Wind Jarniners.
8:04J-iO:) KQP (319) Portland.
S:3U-lO:30 KTBR S6S) l'ertfand. ,
8:30-10:30 KTBK Poi-Uand. Jim
Palmpr and his Pals.
8.0f KJBS (220). San Tranrisro. 8-10.
Studio program ly the "After Dinner
Hoys," Jlmaiy Raymond and Harry
Hutne, .aited yh Marjorie Kercclds,
Bobby tircen, Chick" Williams and
o her radio favorite.
8.WM-KFWA (201). Ogdcn, ttah,
9:SO, - iscste: 8 ::59-ll, Olie IiiTes
and his orchestra." ' .
S:00 CFCT (32i, Tirtoria, B. C. SteT
S:00 CJCA 5t(i), Kdmoiaoa, Can. 8-10,
Station chl, the loo Hails preenbing
weekly projtram; 10-11. daace otasie;
11, tncraagn te the north. ' ',
8:15 KltJ (403.2), 1a Antrim. 8:15
10:30, proirraaT: Mildred Ware. ' o
tnvltei Nirbola lleara.- Jr.. pianist;
Optiteist ilalo quartet: iVederick Mac
M array, viola; Carolyn ie FeTi-e, violinist-
Mo irovia trio; 1 :0-l 1 :30, Don
Clark s dane orrhestr;'.
6:00 KfT (467). Un Aalet. S, light
ly lioinss; C:3, vpst iockft prSTm;
6:45, Raditorial period; 7-7:30, pm-
irram. ttriag ensraible;, 7:30-8, Xik
Harris detective story; 8-9, program;
9-10, popular program; 10-11, Owen
Fallon's Californiums ; Jaekie Leeas,
6.00 KFON (232), Long Beach. 6-6:30,
organ; 6:i0f-7, amuKement information;
7-8, investor's hour with entertain
ment; 8-9, studio program; 9-10, pro
tram; 10-11, dance orchestra.
6:30 KXX (336.9), Hoilywood. 6:30
7, orchestra; 7-8, studio program; 8-9,
program; 9-10, program; 10-11, dance
mubic; 11-12 midnight, dance orchestra.
STEWART TO BUiS
Prominent Farmer of McCoy
Polk County, to Make
FL. Stewart, prominent farm
er of McCoy, Polk county, has an
nounced himself a candidate for
representative in the State Legis
lature. Mr. Stewart has the endorse
ment of the Polk County Grange
and Farmers Union and a larere
t follQwing of republican electors
who see in him the type of legis
lator needed for the welfare of
agriculture and the state in gen
eral. ' Mr. Stewart was educated in
high school and in Knox college,
Galesburg, Illinois. He has been
a resident of McCoy during the
past 36 years. He owns a fine
farm of 208 acres, with good
buildings, dairy . and other live
stock. He is a real farmer with
a broad vision of the state's wel
fare in general. He will make an
active campaign for the nominal
All this weel all
Our ; Jl
eoijoy: seeingia our windows the many
tilings. Splayed that makes the home
w T a real joy. to all
Spring is at hand- housecleaning
will soon be in full swing. Why not
clean out some of the old pieces of
furniture and trade them in on a hew
ddvenport, chair, bedroom suite or
whatever you need to brighten up that
dull room or corner.
It Pays to Shop
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Diamond Lake as7 National
Forest Protested Against ;'
by Game Warden - r
A plea to save Oregon resources
for Oregon and to stay the hand
of the federal government from
taking them was voiced at the
Klwanis club , luncheon Tuesday
noon by E. F. Averill, state game
warden.. : s- -
"Thirteen years ago" there was
not a fish in Diamonk lake,"
Avefill declared. "In 1925, 22,
000 people fished there. Most of
these were tourists 'from without
the state. This year probably
40,000 will fish at the lake.
'Yet an effort is being made to
have the lake Included in the na
tional forest. If this is brought
about, Oregon will lose control of
the lake. We would lose money,
for the tourists bring in and
spend vast amounts.
"It is not a case of losing bur
fish.- For the license money de
rived enables us to stock our
streams and lakes better than
Mr. Aver 11 1 asked the members
of the Klwanis dub to work
through their national organisa
tion to bring pastern congressmen
to give Oregon a fair deal. Ed
Schunke, president, declared that
tho matter would be taken up fit
of the family will
the members of the
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AT THE TliEATCES if'
Ilcilig "Tho Auction Block," n
Iti- Iieach fctory. i
Uliglr Fred Thompson in "Hid
ing the Wind."
the next meeting of the board of
directors. .. v . t .
ADMINISTATION RAPPED v
FiULUUK - TO ASSIfJV FAini
IJXJISLATIOX DRAWS FIRE '
WASHINGTON, March - 1--f(By
Associated Pretss.) High tar
in and other economic 'policies of
the administration haTC forced
President Coolidge to turn a deaf
ear to the plea Utr farm relief -legislation,
it was charged in a
statement tonight by Rcpresienta
tive Hull, democrat, Tennessee,
former chairman of the democrat
ic national committee.' '
. He said his statement was pro
meted by failure of house and '
senate leaders after, a conference
at the White Hous'e to assign farm
legislation a place on tho congres
sional program, ' V
Referring to tho rarm delega
tionfrom 11 western states which
is now in Washington to urgo farm .
legislation, Hull said that after It'
called on the president and secre
tary of agriculture it found that,
no place for farm legislation" haa ,
been reserved. , ;. . s . . ...
company plans two trade lines to
Caribean ports. 7- ' ,J
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