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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1926)
If iT PREPARED.
Public .Service Commission
Collects Many Fees Dur--
,,ipg rasi rear
V. Receipts of fhe Oregon public
erc$ commission. Sarin ;th
year ending December 11, -1925,
MTecuted SSS,33.92, while ths
expenditures totaled $94,124.61,
according to the annual reporto.t
the commission completed here
yesterday. The report will beuD
xnltted to 'the legislature tr. Its
' Fees collected - from railroad
corporations aggregated JIT.S&O,
. while gas companies paid .$2100.
Other" tees ; included : ? 10S .from
heating corporations, $9220 from
. Joint .utilities, J1930 from dec
tvUtc 'companies and $129 -from
(Water .corporations. These tees
i fere." based on the gfes cperat-
mg rerenue or the
panies and ntiHtI"
tees Included $14 4
giig- boom com p a :
' fr4m.tr act scale' '
. ?-Tbe report
- are now 350 "
3 $ trucks .'
. as j-where Ic
i Approxims '
are usecf '
s' of schedul
rrler - dailjr is
i,000 .miles, and
traveled by such
' . 'aii
b9 Drug Store,
w prices, friend
Mse friends to
id Court.. ()
. H ,r: Hareyoa
eea r . onyi'mt thd Cffpltol
MotarV incorporation T '. 8ee Biddy
Bfc&op. WO H. High St. Tele
phones 2125 and 2126. )
."Mantrap" Is Love Drama
- of North tand -Opening
For TwoDay Run
Hailed as a "different" picture
of the great outdoors", "Mantrap,"
which opens today. at the Elslnore
theater for a two-day run, furn
ishes something distinctly . novel
. Mantrap" is a powerful lore
story which ripples with the hu
mor and satire of Us distinguished
author. Sinclair LeWia who will
be remembered for "Main Street"
"Babbitt" and "Arrowsmith."
It la the tale of a summer camp
ing trip taken by Percy Marmont,
a young New ..; )fork lawyer, who
Is tired of. listening to woman
clients asking for divorces; and a
stock ing man u fact u re r , Eu gen e
Pallette, who proves to be noth
ing but a grand "Babbitt" at large
on a camping trip.
Of course, Marmont doesn't get
away from women, love triangles
or martial infelicity by going to
the Canadian woods. Instead he
finds himself drawn into a domes
tic love situation as one of the
' Clara Bow is the girl, and she
is "nothing short of magnificent.
. The part was simply cut out" for
her from start to finish, and how
she does walk away with it! As
a manicurist la a Minneapolis
barber shop, who unexpectedly
finds herself .married and living
in a hum-drum Canadian trading
post, Clara' has the best role of
Ernest Torrenee, on whom ev
eryone has come- to depend for
sure-fire entertainment, .' has a
splendid part as "Joe Easter" the
post trader, who makes his first
trip to a big city 1A 15 years. It
Is a part replete with both humor
Man trap's" powerful conclu
sion la drawn against the spectac
ular background provided by a
forest fire. The direction Is abl
handled by Victor Fleming.
t Jewelry Store.
V rings, pins, dia-
V cut glass, silver
rd goods. Stats at
iaerry CitT Bakln m Co 'i
bread, pif" and cakes are of high
est quilltjfc One, of 'Oregon's most
sanitary baKvl- Visit it. Worth
while. A SalP how place. C)
Former Siivt?rtn Couple
. ltxsqytaVisit" Friends
ILVERTONt Ore., Sept. 28
Larsen of Lot
at gllrcrton ;
" Irs. y Joseph
STOCK JUDGING AWARD
SPEED, COFfTEST KEEN
(Oatinaed fiwst pt 2.) . (
tries for fhlsprli6 in the three
principal dairy classes, jerseys,
Hoisteinsft' wtd i Garnsey?, The
awards in this division have not
been made. Polk county has been
the winner in,-the Jersey classes
" Only two jotie breeds have
their field tten jepresenIng the
national associations. ThCetwt
are the Guernseys and Jerseys.
, Ivan Loughary represents the
American Jersey. Cattle club and
ET X. "WestoVer the'CAnierlcan
Guernsey Cattle club. Both have
booths in their respective barns.
" .The exhibit of Guernseys by a
T; Gilbert and Sons.. Shaw, Ore
gon, ! especially good. They' have
one of the best dairy farms in the
west and plan soon to have a herd
of 100 head of pure bred Guern
seys. ' j
Tonight In-the assembly , room
in the bys nd girls' club build
ing the annual meeting of the Ore
gon Purebred Livestock associa
tion will be held. This is a busi
ness meeting and the practice has
been. to have the Judges in the
various livestock' departments as
speakers after the business ses-
ijlo; Tomorrow night the asso
ciation will hold their annual ban
quet. :l . .
Friday at 10 o'clock the annual
meeting of the Oregon Jersey Cat
tle club will be held in the assem
bly room at the bojB and girls
XESUXTS Or TON LITTER CONTEST
Alex Cruickshank. firnt. Poland China,
weight :S 110, corrected 2777.
: C V. Ssrceat.. seeoad,' Chester JVhlte,
weight 2866; corrected 2556. "
v Pence . Bro., RickreU. ; third, Duroc
veist 2790; corrected 22T.
' Oh I i Bros. Albany, fourth, O. I. C.
weieht 2349; corrected 2223.
- W. L. Creerh. Salem, fifth. Poland
China, weij-ht 2220; correefcd 2153.
HeaTiest pig, Alex Cralck&hank, weight
- SPECIALS P. TJ. 8. T.
Iarjrest nomber of piffs. Pence Bro,
12. Second largest nomber - of pigs,
Crnickchank, 10, Sargent, 10, Ohling
Swift tc Company Special: First, Alex
Chester White Specials: Last three to
C. F. Sargent.
Duroe Special: Heariest litter, Penre
Poland Cliina Specials: Alex Cruick
Tamworths Judge. Geo. S.. Morton. Ex
hibitors: C. O. West. Yakima, Wash.:
Oscar E. Mickesell. Hermiston. Boar 2
yr. ior overr 1 West. Boar 1 jr. and un
der 13 mo., 1 West. Boar 6 mo. and
under 1 7?-. I West. Bear nnder S mos.,
1 West. Sow 2 yr. er over, 1 and : 2
West. Sow 1 yr. and nnder IS mos., 1
and 3 West. , Sow 6 mos. and nnder 1 yr
1 and 2 West. Sow nnder 6 mos., 1 and
3 West. Aged herd, 1 and 2 West. Affed
herd . bred by exhibitor, 1 and 2 West.
Yoirng herd. 1 and 2 West. Toting herd
bred by exhibitor, 1. and 2 West. Uet
of sire: 1 and 2 West. Produce of sow,
1 adn 2 West. Sr. champion boar, West
on Cody Boy 34625. Jr. champion boar.
West, on Duke. Number applied, for. Sr.
champion sow, West on Lady May, 34S24.
Jr. champion sow, West on Lady Abby
2d., (applied-Tor.) - Grand champion boar,
West on Cody Boy, 34625. Grand cham
pion sow. West on Fancies Beatsy, 3S736.
Barrow nnder 225 pounds, 1 and 2 West.
Pen under 225. 1 and 2 West. Barrow
under. 300.l West. Barrow over. 300, 1
West. Champion barrow, l West. Cham
pion pen of 3 barrows, 1 West.
Jndge. Geo. S. Morton. Exhibitors:
Howard 8. Loe. SilTerton ; J. M. Frnitts,
Cambridge. Idaho. C!ee Gross. Oregon
City: Iaid Brown, Oregon City; John
Webbea, Trontdale; William Copeland,
Fairrisw ; Me Win Schwab, Berkenfield.
Oregon. - Aged, "board, 1 nd 2, - Fruits.
Board Sr. yeariing, -1 snd 2, FVnitts.
Jr. yearUng. uoar, 1 nd 2 Frnitta. Sr.
boar pigv 1 and 2, Frnitts. ar. boar pig
1 and 2. Frnitts. " Aged sow, ' 1 and 2,
Frnitts; 3 Schwab." Sr. yearling sow, 1
and 2,-Fruitts. Jr. yearling sow, 1 end
2, Frnitts. Sr. sow pig, 1 and 2, FrnitU.
Jr. sow pig. 1 and 2, Frnitts; 3 Cope
land; 4 Welbes; 5,tLoe. - Aged herd, 1
and 2. Frnitts. Aged herd bred by ex
hibitor, . 1 and 2, Frnitts. Tonng herd, 1
and 2, Fruits; 3, Schwab. Young herd
bred by exhibitor, 1 and 2, Frnitts. Get
of sire. Fruits; 3, '-Schwab. Produce
of sow, 1 and 2, FruKts; 3 Schwab. Sr.
champion boar. Frnitts on Sonr Dough
Jim, 141159: iJr. champion boar, Frnita
on Gun Powder. Sr. champion sow,
Frnitts. Last Chance, 416230. Jr. cham
pion row, 1 Frnitts on Wild 'Fire. Grand
champion boar, Frnitts on Sonr Dough
Jim, 141159. Grand champion sow,
Frnitts on Last Chance, 416230. Barrow
under 225 pounds, 1 and 2. Fruitts. Pen
3 barrows under1 225 pound. 1, Fruitts:
Barrow under 300 pounds, 1 and 2.
Fruitts. Barrow over 300, 1 and 2
Fruits. ?Pea I barrows ver COO pounds.
VFmitts.. ' - -';''
- POLAND CHLVA l UTUaITT .
' Exhibitors: H. KrstUe Son, Aarora,
Ore.: O. K. Loe. Silverton; E. O. MeClain.
Lebanon; Thos. Brunk, - Salem; M. G.
Gunderson, Silverton; OAC, Corv":
Junior yesrling boar. 1, Brnnk
Brunk's ArmuUc Boy A 8993; 2, Los n
Navy Wonder: 8, McCTaia on- Black
Armistice Boy A8991 J . on Navy
King, A1fi85. , . -
Junior yearling I sow, 1, -Krauss on
Besnty Agiin. A24884; 2, Brnnk on
Brnnk's Armistice Lady; 3, Loe on Mar
ion; 4, Loe on Mrioa lit; 5, McCJain
on Brnnk's-Perfection 1st A13734; 6,
MeClain on Brnnk's Perfection :. 2d,
Senior boar pigs,l, Loe on Archie; 2,
Gunderson on General Pershing 16305.
Senior sow pigs. 1, OAC on Jeln Val
entine A50540; 2, Loe on Loe's Profit
maker; 3, Loe on Loe's Prof itmaker 1st;
4. MeClain on Dannie ; 5, OAC on Seneca
Senior pig litter, 1, Loe.
Junior boar pigs, 1, Loe on Loe's Ar-
Loe on Loe s Armistice lit;
n TtraBk- d. Brnnk: 5, ynnoen u
rustic. Boy; 8. Medals; -7. Krauie; g.
Junior, low pigi, 1. Pi'
eialt 2, Bmk; 8, Krail 4, Loe ee
J .'. i.t. S MeClain: B.'KraueJ
7' 7..r l. Loe; S and
Brnnk; 3. Kranit; 5, McCU.
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G. H. A J. J. Thsmp.Moerfl.
s - ii..,rl.r SilTerton : Don .
Silverton; Wallaco JUng, -
Teddy, Downing. !-? "lord T. Fox.
mm Kills WIHiniE,
Silverton; W. r r.ii
W.this. Salem: Corriaa
Gridler, C.1U. , . r.: T. Ti 2.
Aged ram. - 1 i ... 5 Cbrriadal.
Thompson .' W; J fsehmidt : 2.
- Bam. 1 y'. '-fitg 4, Thompton ;
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