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' wJIUESDAY. MORNING,"" AUiGUST.3, 1926 :
Fair in th interior, cloudy
alodg the coast. , .
?fciximum 89; mln. 50; river
j.f3ylonary; rainfall, none; at
II) ospiTere clear; wind, noTthwest.
.cciInt lleportcd- i ' .
A bent fender was the only
damage resulting when cars driv
en ly L. J. Bayes of Salem and
C. M. Bennett of Portland col
lided here Sunday, according to
reports made at police headquar
ters, , 4 n'y. 1 .
aX llrunswlrk Phonogmpli , .
$137.50 at ILL. Stiff. Furniture
Parked Car Hit-
Jim Patterson of i Silem report
ed at police headquarters yester
day that his car was struck while
parked at Miller -and ' Commercial
Four In Scat
C. W. Tandy of route-2 was ar
rested Sunday night on a charge
of driving wita .four in the driv
er's seat. '
Fails to Stop
Lawrence Cooper was arrested
by local police officers Sunday on
a charge of failing to stop.
HORTLAXD. anrdlandl nana us
1 'art land Property
We have what you want See
our classified ad today. Triangle
Realty" Co. a3
Till mans to Visit
Henry C. Tillman and family of
San Jose, Cal., are expected in
Salem next week for a visit. Mr.
Tillmah was formerly a member
of the Willamette, university fac
ulty. - .
And repairing. Gleae-Powers
Furniture company. , 20tf
More than 45 students regis
tered for the second semester of
summer school at Willamette uni
versity up to a lafehour yester
day, with more expected. Late reg
istrations will be accepted upon
payment of a $2 feev Second term
registration is not as heavy as it
is for tbe first term because many
are absent on vacations.
Out on Hall
Lipoid Hatch and Shaw, arrested
fl? Saturday on charges -of
drunkeness, were released Sunday
on posting of $20 bail apiece.
Tolice officials claim they tore up
four pillows' In the-local Jail while
they were occupants of it.
Tbe Holy Land and Egypt
Spring 1927. .Mediterranean
cruises, reservations being made;
8 different cruises. Salem Travel
Agency, 216 Oregon Bldg. a3
Vacation this Week
Mrs. Myra Shanks, Salem police,
matron, was In. Portland yester
day. She is beginning her vacation
this week. . . -
Goes to Portland
George W. Hug.' superintend
ent of public schools, was absent
on a trip to Portland yesterday.
He will return this morning.
Going East? . ,
Circle tours one-way water,
Havana and Panama, return rail.
Salem Travel Agency, 216 Oregon
Bldg. - a3
Ilev. Hammond Returns
Rev. E. S. Hammond of the
Kimball College of Theology was
in Yamhill. Polk and Washington
county towns last week on busi
ness connected with the college.
He returned yesterday.
New "V'M Membei
Six new members were received
into the YMCA yesterday. Four of
XmI Istato Lhi lasvaaM
P. H. BELL
20 V. a. Baak Bldg. Tkra I4T4
Underwood Typewriter Co.
Direct Factory Branch
510 Court St. Phone 69
Typewriter Rented, Sold
Special rental rate to Student
y, 107 D Street Telepboae 919
I LADD & BUSH Barkers
' ' - Established 1868ui j
General Banians BusxnessiJ ; t
" Otflee nmrra from 10 av ai. '
theih tok Junior memberships and
two seniors. Tbe Juniors are El
wood Raymond, Orville Raymond,
Hugh Shuttuck, Thomas Todd,
and Ralph, SippreeU. Seniors are
Donald Neaye and Lloyd Gregg.
Buy a Dig Ct&r Chest-V
At a 20 per eent discount and
we will. sell you a infnature one
for $1.50. H. hj Stiff Furniture
C. : - - a3
May Kxtctxl Time
The Oregon state fair may run
four more" days than It has in.the
past,,accordiagUo Mrs. Ella Wil
son, fair board , secretary. xbe
time has been six days heretofore,
but lengthening-it to 10 days will
be considered at. affair, board
meeting this' monthLengthenlng
of the period would cause a much
larger attendance, it is expected,
besides give -mere chance of good
weather; In -case the change is ef
fective, therfafr will begin on
Monday and ''close on Wednesday
of the following week.
Dandy Slightly. Used Pianos
At Ht. Stiff Furniture Coa3
Visits at V"ekowIn .
Charles K. Bishop of Salem Is
spending ' the week at Neskowin
with the Frank Spears family.
Ask Water Rights
Charles H. Lee of Berkeley and
Romaine W. Meyers of Oakland
yesterday filed in the office of the
state engineer here applications
covering seven water rights, on the
Rogue and Illinois rivers in 'Jose
phine and Curry counties. In one
application the applicants seek to
obtain 5000 second feet of water
from Rogue" river, while the other
four aDDlicants for rights on this
stream are for 3000 second feet
each. The two applications for
rights on the Illinois river are for
2000 second feet each. The de
velopment includes the construc
tion of five dams and a pipe line
approximately one mile in length.
3 Victor Records for $1.90
Regular 75c sie, at Stiff's. Jl5tf
Detective. Finn Files
The National Detective Agency,
operated in Salem by Irwin P.
Hammond, filed articles of As
sumed business name with the
county clerk here Monday. Offices
have been taken In the Oregon
Wanted . t.
Listings on new homes, and
small 'improved acreage. W H.
Grabenhorat& Co., 134 S. Liber
ty street.' a2
Held on Charge
Andrew "Miller was arrested by
local police ofifcers Sunday on a
charge of drunkenness and posses
tlon of intoxicating liquor.
Drives too Fast
John Lien of Sublimity was ar
rested ,by local police officers
Sunday on a charge of speeding.
Investments Salem Income
Properties. We have three larg
er income properties taking $8000
to $22,000. The safety will satisfy
you as will' the:' net return and
certainty of increased values'.
Real estate is the basis of all
wealth- and Salem real estate is
the safest, we know.' Ask for par
ticulars. Becke & Hendricks. 189
N. High', street. ; altf
Car Hits Bus
A car-driven by W. F. Mosher
of Salem ran into a Southern Pa
cific bus at Center, and High
streets Sunday; according to a re
port Mosher made a local police
headquarters. Amount of da magi
was not given.
Wanted for Libel
I - Governor Pierce yesterday issu
ed a requisition., for the return to
Oregon ot Rea W. Smith, who Is
wanted In Josephine county on a
libel' 'charge. He was ' arrested
in California upon complaint of
his wife, a school teacher, who
alleged that Tie wrote a letter to
ABOUT RAILROAD TRIPS
OREGON A ELECTRIC
V- Orange Blossom engage
ment and.wttMing rings is a
tribute to the judgment and t
good taste of the wearer.
ffuar tml Jvwina, Owaes :
the county superintendent,1 in
which he " declared' that iMrs.
Smith was an Immoral woman1 and
not fit to teach school. I
20 Per Cent Discount
On all cedar chests at Stiff's
Furniture Co. . r a3
Year's Pack Record
The Mt. Angel Producers Pack
ing company is realizing its big
gest year, both in size and quan
tity of fruit canned, according to
word received. The loganberry
and strawberry crop is finished,
19,800 cases of No. 10 and S600
cases of No. 2 having been packed.
More than 40,000 cases are; ex
pected to be in the total pack
after the season ends, with pears,
blackberries, and prunes includ
ed. An increase of' 10,000 over
that number is expected next year.
Dollar -dinner, served 5:45 to 8
every evening. J2tf
Rivermen to Picnic
-Willamette River steamboat, op
erators, both present day and
pioneer, will hold a reunion at the
park in Champoeg Sunday. Among
those present will be men who
navigated the river as early as
18 60. Several of them are ex
pected to give talks.
Hop Pickers Wanted
Durbin & Cornoyer. See ads. a31
Funeral Service Today
Funeral services for. Mrs. Kath
erine Fahey, formerly a resident
of Salem, who died in Portland
recently, will be" held at St. Bar
bara's cemetery at '11:30 o'clock
this morning. Revi.'Tat'her Buck
will officiate. She is survived by
four children, Mrs. A. A. Whelan
of Salem, Mrs. L. B. Woltrjing,
Joseph Fahey, and William Fahey,
all of Portland. !
Spend Day Here
Misses Irene and Alice Cam
eron. Hazel McDonald and I La
Verne Seihale all of McMinnville.
visited Salem Saturday.
Special 0 Room Home j
Close to schools. Cut to 84500
and 81200 will handle. Becke &
Hendricks, 189 N. High St. altf
Notice to Members
Of Salem Rod and Gun club:
Important meeting tonight! at
chamber of commerce. Will; de
cide tonight on Big Fair Week
Shoot. - a3
Mrs. Ida Baker
Mrs. Ida S. Baker, 68, of route
6, died at a local hospital July
Rigdon mortuary Tuesday a(ter
30. Funeral services from the
noon, August 3. at 1:30 o'clock,
with concluding services at the
Lee Mission cemetery. She is sur
vived by three sons, Paul, Walter
and William, all of Salem.
J. K. Cloyd, Ladies HaJrcuttor
Now at Grey's Improvement
Shop. Phone 187 for appointmeni.
Come Get Key Call the Dray
Move into your own new holme.
We have new homes from 83850
to $9000. All can be handled on
reasonable terms. Monthly pay
ments slightly more than rent will
handle after down payment. These
owners want to sell now. There's
a difference. Becke & Hendricks.
189 N. High street. altf
Would Improve t Road
State aid is being sought for the
improvement of the road leading
from the highway to Champoeg
park, a distance or about, a mile.
The Sons and Daughters of Pion
eers organization agilatlng it.
Milton Miller having represented
them before the state highway
commission at a meeting Thurs
day. The fact t!Jat the park is
state property is the basis "for the
society's claim. A meeting will be
held soon to discuss steps for ob
taining, the desired aid. Popular
ity of tbe park is growing yearly,
so an adequate road is desired.
75c Victor Records,
Or 5 for $1.90. Get your rec
ords now at this big reduction. H.
L. Stiff Furniture Co. JlStf
Visiting in Salem " ,
Mrs. Zola Hutchins and small
son, Clyde, Jr., are visiting ; in
Salem for a few days at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Birdwell, Hoyt and Commercial
Ladles Aid to Meet
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Metho'dist church will meet for
a Stiver tea Wednesday afternodtf
at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
A. Obmart on South Commercial
street. . - '
Sentenced to-Jail , - j i
Thomas Raymond of Salem was
sentenced -to serve- thirty daysj in
tho county pall hero when, he en
tered a plea of guilty In the jus
tice court Monday to a. charge of
larceny. Raymond was charged
with tbe larceny of a watch and
chain;.': - ". I '
iintm Cron Moves v
Over 308 cars of California's
grape crop lave reached their des
tination, according to C 4. Mc
Donald of the Southern' Pacific.
The croo is being shipped, two
weeks earlier than It' was; last
- A - aktMAl M1
year, 'l no uret .gc.'.fi.guwig"'' i
affrtcnil)i);tTre8no.. . - Ab6UT
If yon want a Rood reliable
car see our 1022 Dodge se
dan, equipped with five good
tirce, spot light, swipe and
everything. This car is in
wonderful condition and is
a snap at 300.00. ' ;
500 cars a day will be sent when
the crop is at its height, according
to expectations. The , shipments
will last until November.
Big Electric Floor'Waxcrs
- For rent at Stiffs Furniture
Store. I a3
Dr. Coleman to Hpenk
"Who Should Go to Cdllege" is
the topic to be discussed by Dr.
Norman Coleman, president of
Reed College, at the Kiwanis lun
cheon in the Hotel Marion this
Rotary Club Speaker j
George Neuner, United States
attorney for Oregon, will speak at
the Rotary club luncheon tomor
row. He will be introduced by
Buy Your Records Now ,
Practically all Victor reeords
greatly reduced, at Stiff'B Furni
ture Store.. J15tf
Leave on Vacation
Mr. and .Mrs. Marvin Shepard
and Mrs. Ben Shepard have left
for a 10 days trip to Crater Lake
and other Southern Oregon points.
Mrs. Lydia T. King, of the Mar
Ion county child health demon
stration staff. 13 absent on a
Admiral Line. $4 4.00 round trip
S. F., $68.90 Los A., berth and
meals. Salem Travel Agency, 216
Oregon Bldg. K. B. Kugcl. a3
Dr. Draper Leaves
Dr. W. F. Draper, assistant sur
geon general of the United States
public health service, who spent
last week to attend the physicians
and nurses' institute in the high
school building, left Saturday for
Washington, D. C, going by way
of the Canadian Rockies. '
Miss Place Goes Kast ' 1.
Mias Sara Place who has been
in Salem the last week, wHI leave
today for Chicago, where she is
director of the Infant Welfare So
ciety. She will stop in Portland
for a day. Miss Place attended the
institute for physicians and nurses
here last week. -
Wanted, Evergreen Blackberries
For cash. Claude McKenney.
Phone 396, 399 S. High St. J17tf
Dr. Walter H. Brown, director
of the Marion county child health
demonstration, will lecture over
KGW radio station tonight. This
Is the second of a series of lec
tures, the first of which was given
two weeks ago.
And repairing. Geise-Powers
Furniture company. s20tf
Plans New Home
J. E. Harrison was ' given a
building permit yesterday to erect
a one and a half story dwelling
and garage at 1535 North 19th
street, estimated to cost i $3000.
Will Build Garage
, George H. Burnett was given a
building permit yesterday to erect
a. one story garage at 130 South
24th street, to cost $500.
Visits Miss Feary
Miss Florence Cummings, direc
tor of medical school service at
Stanford university hospital in
San Francisco, visited Miss Amelia
Feary In Salem over the week-end.
She attended tbe nurses' meetings
here Saturday. I
Will Repair Home
'A building per: mi t was issued
to Mrs. Inez M. May to repair a
one story dwelling at 260 S. 17th
street, the estimated cost to be
Hear "Deep Henderson"" .
On Victor of Brunswick 'records
at Stiffs. a3
Gets Garage Permit '
A building permit was Issued
yesterday; to. A. "-E. R. Sandidge
to erect a one story garage house
at 2370 N. Liberty, street. The
estimated cost is $500.
Will Build Howe
A building permit was;
yosterday.;to V. A. Johnson to
erect a one story dwelling at 615
North 16th "slrect.t the estimated
coat to be $3000. I j "
, : . , .
Official Appointed j i -;
Miss Emma Schlfferer pf Turn
er. ' route 2. has : been appointed
secrtary-lreasurer' of the' jMarlon
Countv Sunday School Council of
Religious Education. Anjr J corres
pondence which is usuallyj handled:
py f &e ,searelajry-treasurer j.may be
Tzrr a.,.tti..m-.-a-t ihL.
- seiir to- Mls-SchlffereT at tire ad
dress given. This appointment was
made necessary by the resignation
of Mrs. Gayette Bafnett of Turner
who was elected to that position
at the-county convention in Turn
er last March.
Washing. Phone 2225.
Vixitv Relatives Here
Mr. and Mrs. Will Rhodes of
Comdelane. Idaho, are visiting at
the-home of Mr. and Mrs. Eli
Rhodes of route 9. Salem. Mrs.
Will Rhodes is the step-sister of
Mrs. E. Rhodes.
Takes Out IVrmlt
P. C. Morris wa3 given a build
ing permit Monday to erect a one
and a half story dwelling at 94 5
E street. The. estimated cost was
given as $3000.
Martha M. Miller reported at
police headquarters yesterday that
the car she was driving was in
an accident at Commercial nd
Chemeketa streets yesterday. She
did-not mention the other driver
or the amount of damage.
Slight damage was caused when
a car driven by W. A. McKnight
of Salem struck an unidentified
auto at State and Commercial, ac
cording to the report made by
McnKight at police headquarters.
McKnight said that the car sud
denly ran in front of his and he
struck it before he had a chance
to stop. He went back to see what
damage had been done, but the
driver started his car and left be
fore McKnight could get his name.
Special Permanent Wave
$10 until Stept. 1. Marinello
Shop. 2 4 5 N. High. Phone 1690.
Hit by Street Car
A car driven by Lester Savage
of route 3 was hit by a street car
at Miller and Commercial streets
yesterday, according to a report
made by Savage at police head
quarters. Hesaid he was crossing
Commercial street when hit by the
car. No details were given.
Mrs. Smith Injured
Mrs. Maxine Smith of Portland
suffered a fractured rib and other
injuries when a car driven by her
husband. Dan A. Smith, was
struck by another driven by Ice
land Roberts of Selem Sunday.
The accident occured at Miller and
Commercial streets. No details
were Riven in the reports turned
in at police headquarters.
Leave on Vacation
Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Shanks
were to leave today for a three
weeks' vacation to be spent in the
vicinity of Neskowin. Rev. Mr.
Shanks will return to Salem each
Sunday to fijH his pulpit.
Among worshipers at the First
Methodist church Sunday were
Rev. H. B. Kempton. DD.. pastor
of . the Hinson Memorial church of
I'ortland. and Dr. Jeanette Beall,
missionary from Laichowfu. Chan
tung province, China. Dr. Beall,
who addressed the young people,
will sail from Vancouver far China
on August 5.
"A forward looking evangelistic
and missionary program" was en
dorsed at a joint meeting of the
treasurer, finance committee and
deacons of the First Baptist
church last night. No announce
ment of projects to be undertaken
vas made, but the program was
pronounced "the best thing I have
seen since troming to Salem," by
Rev. E. II. Shanks, pastor.
Baby Boy Arrives
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
C. S. Erickson, 1800 State street,
Monday morning. The boy has
been named Robert Elton.
Car Hits Bicycl
Sam Perlich was considerably
shaken up yesterday when the
bicycle he was riding was struck
by a car driven by R. C. Clark,
according to a report made at
police headquarters. Clark stated
in the report that he did not see
Perlich In time to avoid him
A broken saw and bent frame
resulted when a threshing outfit
driven by John Kufner yesterday
was struck near Pratum by a car
driven by Mrs. Sam Yates of
Pratum. according to a report
made at police headquarters.
Report Grass Fires
Two grass fires in Salem yes
terday caused the fire department
to be called out. The first one
was in a field behind the Salem
hospital, and was extinguished by
means of wet sacks. It had spread
over two acres when the riremen
arrived. The other was at North
Commercial and D streets, and
was put out by the aid of chemi
cals. It was started by two power
wires that fell on the grass.
B. A- Nebergall of Albany waa
In Salem during the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Elinbund of
Carlton spent Sunday in Salem.
" F. M. Smith of Dallas visited in
. William Logan of McMinnville
was -a"Salem visitor Monday.
A. Thyker of Woodburn visited
Salem yesterday. f
, Mr. and Mfa. W. Illleman of
IS AT THE OREGON
Will Be Shown in Salem
for Three Days
Picturegoers who visit the Ore
gon theater to see Paramount'
gorgeous comedy-spectacle, "The
American Venus," are certain to
find the feminine memlers of the
cast quite soothing to the eye.
Not only are the principal players
plentifully endowed with good
looks, but the supporting cast in
cludes seven of the prize winning
beauties in the Atlantic City page
ant. The woman's disc of this spec
tacular story by Townsend Mar
tin is acted by Esther Ralston, the
fetching blonde screen star; Louise
Brooks, a diminutive brunette
charmer from Ziegfeld's Follies,
and Fay Lanphier, who was des
ignated the most beautiful girl in
America at thc-Atlantic City bath
ing beauty contest and was award
ed the title of "Miss America."
To this array, the Misses Bronx.
Newark, San Francisco, Bay
Ridge, Birmingham and Seattle;
all leading contestants in the re
cent seashore frolic, add their
charm, grace and shapeliness.
In addition to the bathing beau
ties show, the picture boasts of a
magnificent .fashion display in
w hich some of New York's loveli
est mannequins wear the latest
modes before the camera. This
fashion show as well as the series
of artistic tableaux, which is an
other lavish" feature of the pro
duction, were filmed in color.
Fred J, Tooze Named Presi
dent of Organization of
Responding to the call of R. A.
Harris, acting secretary, guaran
tors of ilex' year's Salem Chautau
qua met at toe chamber of com
merce last night and organized
for tho summer session of 1927.
Those in attendance organized
and elected Fred J. Tooze, presi
dent; C. E. Wilson, secretary of
the Salem chamber of commerce,
vice president, and R. A. Harris,
secretary. To make these officers
of the Chautauqua the executive
committee was voted.
A ticket committee of five
members of the organization will
be appointed by the secretary to
take charge of the distribution of
tickets to the members of the
committee of "One Hundred" and
to other sellers and distributors.
An advertising committee consist
ing the the officers was also
Prizes in cash will be awarded
to boys and girls for the sale of
tickets for the 19 27 session.
The contract for next summer
session has been completed and is
the most favorable ever negotiated
for the local organization. Con
tracts during the entire fifteen
years heretofore have provided
that all sales over the stipulated
contract price and all of the sin
gle admission sales and these
have amounted to from 50 to 100
have amounted to from 50 td 125
per night should be retained by
those furnishing the program tal
ent. But the contract with Ellison-White
for next summer's ses
sion provides that the Salem
Chautauqua organization shall re
ceive 50 per cent of all regular
ticket sales over the contract
price of 161u and 50 per cent of
all single admissions.
The price paid Ellison-White
for this summer's program was
$1800 which, with other current
expenses, was paid from the pro
ceeds leaving no deficit for next
This year's program has been
generally pronounced the best
ever and the outlook for next
year's session is even brighter.
McMinnville visited Salem Mon
day. Mrs. Mary Ernest and Lillian
Ernest of Albany visited in Salem
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Grant and
family of Coquille were Salem
D. E. Hamel of Newport, was a
Salem visitor Sunday.
Joseph Schlegel of Corvallis
was in Salem Sunday. He was a
manual training instructor ia thr
Salem schools last year.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Howard
Uent Sunday in Salem. They
are residents of Corvallis.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Byars spent
Saturday in Salem. They live in
Mrs. Gordon Voorhies and
daughter of Med ford were in Sa
Mrs. F. If. Morrison of Mon
mouth visited Salem Monday.
T.eri Delegates Depart
for League Convention
NEHALEM. Or.. August 2.
(Special to the Statesman.) Ten
delegates left here this , morning
io attend the Epworth League In
stitute jat Falls City. There are
16 delegates going to tbe insti
tute from Tillamook count?- .
Oregon Tennis j Players Meet
for Tournament at the
PORTLAND. Aug. 2. (By As
Mxiatcd Press.) Preliminary and
f.rst rounds were played here to
day by 85 entrants in the men's
singles of the Oregon state tennis
tournament on the courts of Irv
Catline Wolfard, San Francisco,
net man., won his matches easily'
from two opponents, the first from
Homer Goldblatt. Portland, 6-0,
6-1. and the second from Ernie
Amburn. (i-0. 6-,".. Wolfard de
clared after the matches that he
had only played four games this
season previous to the Oregon
Henry S. Gray, Portland, a
strong bidder for the champion
ship, won his first match from
Milton Frohman. Portland, by de
fault. Henry Neer, brother of
Phil Neer, tho Stanford star, de
feated Tom Campbell, 6-1, 6-1.
Elmer Griffin, San Francisco,
Oregon state champion "in 1925,
attended the tournament today,
but left the city tonight. Pressure
of business prevented his partici
pation, he said
Matches in the women's singles
and men's doubles will be played
SEABRIGHT, N. J.. Aug. 2.
(By Associated Press.) Ameri
can Tennis for the second succes
sive day was rocked today by the
downfall of a member of its "Big
America's Davis Cup captain, R.
Norris Williams today was defeat
ed in the first round of the. Sea
bright Lawn Tennis Club's tourna
ment by unranked collegian from
the Pacific Coast, Lionel Ogden
of Leland Stanford. The score
was 6-4, 6-8, 10-S. Yesterday Vin
cent Richards conquered William
T. Tilden in the Metropolitan
In the women's competitions,
Helen Wills,' national champion,
Elizabeth Ryan. Elaenor Goss and
Mrs. Molla B. Mallory were
straight set victors. Miss Wills
overwhelmed the local club cham
pion Miss Howland's Davis 6-1
6-0. Mrs. Mallory scored in love
sets against Mrs. Edward M.
Crane, also of the Seabright Club,
while Miss Goss had no trouble
defeating Miss Florence Ballin of
Sayders Have Guest
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wallace of
Salem visited at the home- of Mr.
and Mrs. F. I". Snyder, of Labish
Center, on Sunday.
GOOD BUYS For AUGUST
In order to get stocks as low as possible before fall
stocks arrive, we make some exceptional low; prices.
36 in. L. L. Brown 1
Muslin, yd. IOC
81 in. Unbleached AC
Sheeting, yd.... xDC
36 in. Colored Indian OQ
Head, yd OuC
Jap Crepes 19c
36 in. Voiles OQr
and Sozeen, yd J C
36 in. Black
Sateen, yd....l wv
32 in. Dress 1 r
Gingham, yd IDC
36 in. Khaki QC
Cloth, yd OOC
r,6 in., 10 ounce QC
Duck, yd T . .. OOC
48 by 48 Oil Cloth r A
$1.00 Ladies' Athlet- f- A
1c Combinations OUC
4 lb. Woolen QC
AH the balance La- OC
dies White Waists. DC
Children's Gingham A -Dresses
"... . OUC
60 in. White Table A
Damask, yd. "Vv
50c Children's Roll QQ
Top Hose ..1... 0IC
Phone 560 - , ,..s..
PARENTS IN SALEM
Former High ; School Boy,
Now Rhodes Scholar to
Return in Fall
The prohibition law in America
is considered more or less of a
farce by the British, according to
Arthur Rosebraugb, 1924 Uni
versity of Oregon graduate, who
has spent the last two years as an
Oregon Rhodes scholar at Christ
college, Oxford. Mr. Rosebraugh
is the son of W. W. Rosebraugh.
and formerly attended Salem high
He returned to Salem Sunday to
visit his parents. Within about
two months he will return to Ox
ford to continue his study of in
ternational law. . !M
Mr. Rosebraugh established a
new record for the 520-yard low
hurdles when he ran them In 25
seconds while competing for Ox
ford against Cambridge. He was
prominent in track and other ath
letic activities while at Oregon.
He is a member, of Sigma Chi
Garibaldi Work begun ot
building Roosevelt highway from
Hubsonville to Shearer hill.
On route 7 on August jl, Attic
Bosley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George Bosley, aged 7 years. Fun
eral services at the Terwilliger
funeral home Tuesday afternoon
at 2 p. m. with Interment at
Murphy .cemetery... , ,
Funeral services for the late
Anna E. Cfomm will be held Tues
day morning at 10 a. m. In , the
Terwilliger funeral home wit'i
Captain Pitt of the Salvation
Army in charge. Interment will
take place in the Gervais ceme
tery. ' ;
THE RIVER TJME
O! a wonderful stream 13 tho
As it runs through the realm
With a faultless rhythm, and a
And a broader sweep and a
As it blends with the ocean of
B. F. Taylor.
W. T. Rigdon & Son
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Army Jackets DC
Men's short sleeve, ankle
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Straw Hats I 1C
Men's New Wool
en Army Shirts...
Men's Cloth Hats
for field use
Genuine Goat Hair
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Good weight Balstan Off
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Ladies Kids, 1 strap
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