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By AUDRED BUNCH Pnoat lGt
Guests at Day Home
Mriand Mri. G. W. Day, 645
( hennpf ta street, hare had as
their fr5 Kuests for the past
month Mrs. Day's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. D. Runyan of David City,
On the return trip Mr. and Mrs.
Kunyan will visit in Oakland, Cal.
Week at Newport
Mrs. Harriet Wygent of 171
N. Commercial -street, accompan
ied by her son, Harry, and- her
daughter, Beverley, are spending
a week at Newport. Mrs.-Sears
and two daughters are spending
the week with them.
Cooked Food Sale
The Standard Bearer society of
th West Salem Methodist church
will sponsor a cooked food sale
today at the S. P.. ticket office at
I'M N. Liberty street. Proceeds
will go to the benefit of the Sun
Dinner at Sisson Home
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sisson en
tertained at a dinner in their
home last evening honoring Mr.
and Mrs. O. M. , Sherman. Mr.
Sherman is the business manager
of the Chautauqua. Other, guests
for the, evening... Included Mrs.
Pickens: of Rbseiurg ;and ,Mr. J.
1). Taylor. ,i' ,
y(r. and Mrs. B. E. Sisson spon
- sortkl a delightful partjf'ae'rfes
kovrta over the past weekf-end. i
Tjie group included . Mr. i and
Mrf George Waffan of Sunnyslde,
Wash.. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott,
Goldendale. Wash.; Mr. and Mrs.
L. 'A. Sanderman of Sunnyslde,
"Wash.; Mr. F. N. Sisson, Miss1
I Dow and ( hi!
' art of MtMir
Lstella Sisson, Mr. and Mrs. F. F.
hildren, Carl and Stew-
nnville; Mr. and Mrs.
B. E. Sisson and children, Wil-
Ham, Virginia and Elizabeth.
Girl Reserves Make
Camp at MeJiama
A group of local Girl Reserves
left for "Santaly," their summer
camp at Mehama. yesterday morn
ing, accompanied .by -Miss Marian
Wyman and Miss Mary Erickson.
The group plan to ' be gone 10
Among those who are in the
group are Fiances Martin, Synthia
Delano, Viola Crazer, Elizabeth
WaM , Eloise White. ;Rose vFa,Jr
ger. Vfmia Berger, Ruth Ham
mond and Esther Gardner.'! Rosa
lind Van Winkle and Constance
Smart plan to be in attendance
part of -the- time; -
The Misses Lena and Lula Heist
will take charge of some of the
instructive .work. Mrs.. Robert
Dann, who also accompanied the
girls, will tell of the conference
at Seabeek. : ' --
Miss Mary Erickson, a promi
nent member of the Grax club,
will instruct the girls in sports
. (Ill fata JT&i-m Tin lino
VMrs. W. E. Ballantyne and little
yon, Glenn, of Dallas on Thnrs-
lay at her home, 296 N. Cottage
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cammack
of Rosedale gave a delightful fare
well party to their berry pickers
cn Wednesday evening. After
playing ball, horseshoe and other
outdoor games on the lawn, the
company was served with Dixies
and pake, and afterwards to the
"House whr?i-prwgim-Ta given,
consisting jaf-thirsicmf numbers 'and
stunts. Considerable talent was
sloB. Ofespecial interest, were
the; liongs byMlsf Mjld'rfd.
noy wun uxeieie accompaniment;
the piano solos by Ralph Walker,
and the representation of "The
Virginia Judge," by Mr. Porter
R. M. Cammack gave a splendid
exhibition of Indian club swing'
ing, lighted with Are.
The following guests were pres
ent: Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Porter,
Mildred and Kenneth Cannoy, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Rauck. L' and
Mulford Cook, Roger Taylor,
Kalph Walker, Helen and Ade-
aide Winslow, Mae Vickers, Paul-
e and Alfred Vickers.
illet. Bruce McGhie, Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Grown, Leo, 'Eva, Hazel,
Stawart and Teddy sCrown, and
M r. Stevenson.
u t iuwzt? n erne .. e -j
Mrs. Ben Eilers wi lj6ste'ssJ at
an attraetiTe party i Tiesday
afternoqit fat her home en the
River road when she entertained
for members of the Lemere dnb.
Mfdxummet flowers were attrac-
ifjn tn rooms with' refresh
mejnf served at small tables: Mrs
Harry Harms assisted the hostess.
Social Calendar T
American War Mothers of Ore
gon. Pien'lc at Champoeg
Bearers o West Saleni Methodist
church. 8. P. ticket office, 184
N. . Liberty street.
, 'i . T Sunday
home,. 2 Cherry, avenue... Fran
ces.EstenA Wright and; Clifford A.
Smarts f tindi;JpptotJi721?ce
smart.- and . Harold- ,Cook
ReiioiT of Durbln clan, state
In the group were Mrs.! Floyd
White, Mrs. William F. Anderson,
Mrs. Harry Harms, Mrs. !W. J.
Nelson, Mrs. Fred BroerJ Mrs.
Frank Strubel, Mrs. Earl Barham,
Mrs. D, R. Peterson. Mr. Floyd
Shelton, Mrs. H. Davis, Mrs. Wil
liam McLaughlin, Mrs. Will Pick
ens, Mrs. Clifton Mndd and the
hostess, Mrs. Ben Eilers. j
Guests at Pearcy Home
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearcy will
entertain as their guests over the
week-end Miss ' Laveraa Spitzen
berger and Leland Lapham. both
of Portland. Miss Spitzenberger
is a member of the physical-education
." department at the j Salem
high schooL ,
Today Mr. and Mrs. Pearcy, ac
companied by their house guests
Miss Spitzenberger and Mr. Lap
ham, together with Mr. and Mrs.
Dwight Parr, are leaving for the
Valsetz country for a week-end
Pastor's Wife Arrives
From Oklahoma . j
Mrs. E. C. Whitaker. wife of
Rev. Mr. Whitaker, pastor of the
First Christian church, accom
panied by their daughter, Eforothy
has arrived. in Salem from Ponca
City, Oklahoma. The Whitakers
will make their home at the Court
Jason Lee Women's
Societies to Meet
The three women's, societies of
Jason Lrf?e Methodist ehurett, jfrtll
.met. on -.Wednesday; fbr n.
day meeting at the church. ivF
10:30 to 12 pcjock the Wjoman's
Home Missionary society will
meet for is business meeting!. From'
12 to 1 o'clock a pot-luck j lunch
eon will be served. From 1 to
2:30 o'clock the Woman's For
eign Missionary society will meet
for a business meeting and pro
gram. From 2:30 to 4 o'clock
the . Ladies' Aid society will hold
a business meeting and : social
Miss Roberts Entertains
Guest From Portland
Miss Marjory Holman ot Port
land is the guest of Miss Mildred
Roberts, at fhe Roberts cottage at
Vacation at Beach
Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Hans Seitz
of 1156 Court street are spending
short time at Agate beach at
the-John J. Roberts summer, home
there.;: , ',f'lf. ' 't
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Miss Thielsen in SaTewT
Miss Nancy Thielsen has been
visiting for a short time' with
friends in Salem and-will return
tr- Newport soon where the Thiel-
sens are spending the summer In
their cottage at Agate beach.
Salem- Man- is Married
A wedding of unusual interest
was solemnised in Hout's grove,
near coirvams, at e:su o cioca
this morning when Miss Verna
Miller, of the staff -of the Benton
County National bank, was mar-
tied to Ira Cave of San Francisco.
Rev. C. W. Reynolds officiated at
the service, with 45 relatives and
friends there to witness the cere
mony. Mr. and Mrs. Cave left today on
a wedding trip ana are io go 10
San Francisco to reside. : , Mrs.
Cave has been with the Benton
County bank several years and
has been an efficient and popular
employe. Mr. Cave, an OAC grad
uate and well known vocalist, is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. -L
Cave of Salem--. Ha is-now wjth
the telephone J company '-i &k
Francisco. Corvallis Gazette-
DEFENSE 'STATES NO
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VIOLENCE WAS USED
(Continued from py 1.)
the effect that it they had under
stood the situation they would
have sued the mill. The Jap
anese said they were ''broke," the
witness continued and he passed
the hat collecting about 15. He
said he turned this over to the
spokesman of the Japanese who
accepted it with a smile.'
Wlrfs said that wnost of the
yelling which atended the affair
was done by children. Prosecu
tion witnesses have testified that
there were cries ot 'Get the Japs,
drag them, out,'' Wirfs denied that
he had seen any- Japanese man
handled or- that doors of the Jap
anese residences had been broken
H. A. Schlecht followed Wlrfs
on "the stand and was questioned
closely by the prosecution as. to
what: the: whites intended doing
in event the, Japanese refused to
leave - Toledo'. The witness re
plied that therflffwere no plans be
yond attempting; to peacefully per
suade the Japanese to depart. He
added that' the' Japanese had not
been abused and. there, bad been
no: threats .of violence. s4 j -
Askedl; who -led the . crowd of
, iThe- crowd' ' wa lei t by- the
. Richard W. Brooka'whd.fci var
ious times' had ,! worked or the
spruce corporation" testified! thai
the JapanesV wefe treated' in "a
kindly maimer and' that after the
.4havacorae-to JtaltHja.W;. u
h MTSr"Inex- Riggsi-who-wwrls
occurred twaa called anr denied
seeing" any violertc ,'agatnat the
Japanese! She said she Joined the
crowd of whites and entered the
house of I to Kawamoto", who test!-1
f led previously that he was beaten
and dragged but. Mrs. Riggs as
serted' that Kawamoto ' had not
been injured In any way.
Court adjourned late today to
reconvene Monday afternoon.
Fifty to Attend Secon
nual National, Congress,
Nearly 50 students and employ
es of the Chemawa Indian school
will leave next week for Spokane
where they will take part in the
second national Indian congress.
They will present an operetta, an
Indian suite and other features.
The national Indian congress is
educational, with delegates from
all over. the United States. James
H. McGregor, superintendent of
the school, and George Bent, ath
letic manager, will give talks.
The Chemawa delegates are
Operetta, Alice Clark:, Geneva
llendrickfcon. Mabel Desautel, Ma-
l tilda TuEcott, Kdna. Alette, Ra
iiiuuK xr4ifP, iiiiih:i niemuer,
He RTneliart. EWryrf -hitebar.
Grace Peterson. Harriot Hill, Em
ily Ivanoff, Agnes Orr, Grace
Johnson, Alice Sanderson, Grace
Mjinsdn, Jtono? Ilooth, Raymond
rtaldane. George Flach, Charles
De'Poe, Louis DuPuis, Walter Me
troken, Clifford Celestine, Ernest
Lapderson. Oexenlttie Stepin, Le-
anaer Wilson, Moses George, lorn
Anayah and Jacob Atkins.
Suite Louis Walk-on-Ice, Crow
and principal character; Albert
Bercier, Chippewa medicine man;
Jess Pretty Man, Crow; Jesse
Steed, Sioux: Joseph Wesley, Yak
ima; Steve Voice, Warm Springs;
Thomas Spotted Dog, Sioux; Gus
Bruno, Warm Springs; dancers.
Allie Kelley, Yakima; Grace An
drews, Warm Springs; Josephine
Miller, Warm Springs; Alice Clark
Hoopa; Sarah Cooper, Crow; Eve
lyn Whitebear, Sioux.
Orchestra Ruthyn Turney, vio
lin and director; Mrs. Ruthyn
Turney, piano; George Bent,; cor
net; John Dexter, violin; Allan
Shepherd, bass; Homer Bewley,
trumpet; Charles Larson, trom
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AND HERETO STAY
F, H, Zinser Sees Many Im
provements Here, and ;
Looks for More
F. H. Zinser is hack in Salem
to stay. He sees many improve
ments in this city, made ia his
two years of absence, and he be
lieves there will be great expan
sion here in most lines In the near
Mr. Zinser was for two and a
half years in charge of the Boy
Scout work in Salem, and he made
a capable executive . and accom
plished a good work. About two
years ago he went to Spokane, to 1
take up the same line of ork'4
He now represents the Northern
Savings,, and Loan associaMott of
Bartlan$,fwith offices in the re-:
BACK IN SALEM
Mr. Zinser, kept his m . ani'tlM1 Vf?1-
ears ODen-dHnit hirfcbsnie from
b capital 4ettyv andne gathered
some ideas that he thinks will be
helpful here,, which" he hopes to
help work our for the good of the
city of his first love and of his
Forest Grove Local plants
have barreled 250 tons straw
berries this year.
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k Death Comes as Shock to Thousands, Ignorant of His Physi
cal Condition; Continued Active in Duties
i Throughout Last Week
Fnneral services S will be held
Monday, July 19, at 3:30 o'clock
Charles U. Taylor, executive
secretary of the. Oregon State Fed
eration, of Labor, died Tuesday
morning at the Good Samaritan
He had jsuffered from
" tes for
a number of years
illness became acute only
i Latere his death. Few
r- . I-
new s, ' - ?3li'tNPtion and
his death . ajs-tiGeaHshocic
to thousands I -.ES2&.
Illness was reportl 1 leito-,
headquarters MondaJ j W;. v.?
was none who knew ; iSfl-"
iousness ot his condition uhij ,4
death was reported; Tuesday.
He had worked al of last week,'
returning Saturday; afternoon
from a trip to Eugene and other
Willamette valley points.
He was born March 21, 1881.
He was employed ; by the PEP
company in the autumn of 1911
and in 1912 became a clerk and
inspector for the company. In
1918 he -was made secretary of
the brotherhood, a beneficiary in
stitution of the PEP employes.
ft He wag elected president of the
$treet Carmen's union at the close
Of 1919 and served, in. that capa
city: from the first of 1920 until
July. 1925. resigning. when he be
cjime aeting presides t of the Ore
gon State Federation of Labor. In
1921 he was elected. 11th interna
tional vice president of the Amal
gamated Association pf Street and
Electric Railway Employes, con
tinuing as such until his death.
In January, ,1924, he became
vice president of the Oregon State,
Federation of Labor and was re
elected for the following year.
When O. R. Hartwig, who sus
tained serious injuries in an auto
mobile accident, aBked to be re
lieved of active duties as president
of the State .Federation in 1925,
Taylor becane acUng president,
assuming that office and continu
ing until the close of the year. At
the convention in Marshfield last
August the federation conferred
executive powers on the secretary
and Mr. Taylor was .nominated for
that position.. He wpn in the ref
erendum election, the vote from
Sis own union being ia great, trib
ute to the esteem in which he was
held by. his fellow unionises. .
'', The first of this year he was in
stalled aa executive1 secretary and
from that time to within two days
preceding his death he threw in
to the work the last ounce of his
Just before taking; up the work
of the federation last July, accom
panied by Mrs. Taylor, he made a
tri plover land to their former home
He is tnrriTed by his wttdT and
by a son, Donald Taylor, who-rei
sides at Heltonville, Ind, and. by
his father and a brother in Port
land. '. y
Telegrams sent to the vraihing
ton State Federation of Labor! con
vention at Everett Tuesday' called
forth a resolution expressing a
sense of the loss sustained "by. la
bor and extending sympathy to' his
family. Joe Reed, ; fraternal; dele
gate from the Oregon federation
to he Washington convention, and
C. O. Young, organizer for the
American Federation of Iabor,
sent telegrams " conveying; an ex
pression of theirpronal iorfowr
sPreaideht B. TV. SJeerkin in
thartederationpsf fyfof, nd
cail4aaeuztg ;of ie'xcwtive
S By proTlsida- t Ibe- Coni
stifutiil,th ,ucce8Sbri.hosen- by
the xecutiire bard will ;sr. the
rest oT;the tnn jWhicli falor
was elected," till; thai;firsi "tjf .the
year. The executive! board meet
ing will probably be called for Sat
urday, July 31, and will also take
up other matters which will need
consideration for presentation to
the convention that opens' at
the bachelor's degree in the
aad information address
CORVALLIS ! i ,J
, Funeral Monday
Klamath Falls on August 30.
Mr. Sleeman has notified all ex
ecutive board members and all
central labor bodies in the state of
Mr. Taylor's demise. Oregon
MILES REMAINS MANAGER
PORTLAND, July 16. (By As
sociated Press. ) Amalgamation
of the Oregon Gra.vcl company of
Saleni, with the Rosa Island Sand
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l .--flSflT ''"rlV'lV'"n'T'BURK2roN 8CETS
irL y iV'i ; n IV Q IV JLJL 0 .V ; Super Symphony quality .
and Gravel -company and tlK
Beaver Portland Cement company,
the latter two of which wers
amalgamated in June, was an
nounced today by D. L. Carpenter,
who heads' the latter firms. It
was reported that the consider
ation was approximately'" $100,
000. The Salem company will
continue its corporate identity
under the management of Ross
Miles, although the Ross Island
and Beaver Portland company
have acquired control of the stock
and will handle sales and distribution.
TOURISTS BREAK RKCORD
PORTLAND. Ore., July 16.
(AP.) The 1926 motor tourist
wave has arrived in Oregon, and.
L according to available records, ex
ceeds all previous records.
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CASH RUNS LOW
Curtailment of Activities
May Result, $30,000
Left for Year r
The state treasurer yesterday
advised William Levens, state pro
hibition director, that the pro-i
hibition department has received
$50,000 this year, which is the
maximum amount allowed during
any single year from fines col
lected by the counties for prohi4
The prohibition department now
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At The Theatres
THE KLSIXORK R a y m o n d
Griffith in "Wet Paint-Vf iv
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Oregon Norman Terry in "Un.
der Western Skies." ,
RI.IGH 5 ;Act9 Vaddevilleand. i4
Pictures. " . . . "
has approximately ?30,000 to op-terete
on during the remainder of
this year. -Mr. Levens said it
might be necessary " fSr; him to
curtail expenses by reducing his
force of field operatives.'
Levens has expended i approxi
mately 10,0 0 6 in prohibitioa law
enforcement work , since he as
sumed office' early in the "year
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10c - 35c M;
20c - 50c
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