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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON '
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FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11926
BIG ;: SALE OF
FOR 10 DAYS
These Clocks will wake you up
and make you stay awake.
See them in our windows
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LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF
This car will give more
miles for the money than
anything you can buy. A
1930 Maxwell touring with
four practically new tires,,
good top, a motor that can't ,
be beat, the transmission
and rear axel assembly new
less than a year ago. All
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Firo Prevention TTirwl
W. V. Fuller of Dallas is con
ducting a aeries of illustrated lec
tures on Are prevention and for
est preservation at the state fair
grounds this week. , lie is working
under the auspices of the state
forestry department. 1 ', :
Is House Guest-i-T', "." '
Miss Thelma Ooff ;pf Roseburg
is the house guest this week of
Mrs. W. A. Cummings.
Mr. and Mrs.; S- II. McElmurry
of Independence, inhabitants of
Tent City at the fair grounds, cel
ebrated their 51st wedding anni
versary in camp there Sunday.
They were married in Linn coun
ty in 1875 and have two sons,
Henry McKlmurry of Salem and
Oren McElihurry of - Independence.
Mrs. McElmurry is a native of Ore
gon, having beenborn near Scio,
while Mr. McElmurry was born
in Arkansas. -
Br MARION PARTY
' Governor Pierce yesterday is
sued a requisition for the return
to Oregon of O. N. Kaldor, who is
wanted in Lane county on a
charge of non-support. He is un
der arrest at Lewistown, Mont.
Purebred English i Bulldogs -For
sale, 1055 Belmont. o3
II. II. Roley of Tillamook was
arrested by E. A- Van De Walker
for reckless driving and paid a
fine of $15 in the justice court
after he had entered a plea of
Dollar dinner, served 5:45 to 8
rery evening. ,J2tf
1'ays Speed Fine I-
F. T. Glaser of Jefferson, was
arrested by Max L. Alford for
speeding and paid a fine of $15 in
the justice court when he pleaded
guilty to the charge.
freshman class this year is the
largest the school has known. The
students completed freshman week
Thursday night and registered
Friday. Classes started Monday.
A committee consisting of T. A.
Livesley, Frank Deckebach, Otto
Hartman, A. A. Mickel and Frank
Myers has been appointed by. the
local Rotary club to confer with
other committees on means of
raising money to aid in rebuild
ing Mt. Angel college.
For Rent, Modern Flat
5 rooms, adults, 35 666
Ferry. Becke & Hendricks, 189
N. High street. 22tf
Dr. Bishop Returns
Dr. George D. Bishop has re
turned from a summer spent in
Aincim whpre he had charge of
tuberculosis eradication work oh
livestock. Dr. Bishop is teaerai
C.F. -Breithaupt has moved his
floral shop from Liberty street to
the new Bligh building, 521 State
Thomas Johnspn reported at
the sheriff's office Thursday that
his machine was struck by one
driven By Mrs. A. M. Austin on
the Pacific highway three miles
north of Salem. He had pulled up
at the side of the road and was
purchasing fruit when the acci-
appenea ne saia. ine ex
the damage was not given
Licenses Ihmici! - J
And repairing.' Gels - Powers
Furniture Company. altf
Robert Wilson Brodie of Port
land salesman, and Caroline Clark
also of Portland, and Leslie R.
Linn of Silverton, farmer, and
Eunice II. Watts were two couples
obtaining 'marriage licenses at the
office of county clerk Thursday.
The county clerk's office will be
open Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday this week from 8 a. m. to
8 p. m. of each day for registration
of voters. Registration closes on
Saturday, October 2nd. U. G.
Edyer, county clerk. . o2
Fined for Driving
S. Herimroth of Portland was
arrested by E. A. Van De Walker
on a charge of reckless driving.
He entered a plea of guilty and
paid a fine of f 15 in the justice
Small Shop Locations
For sale in Salem's second bus
iness district. $800 to $1000.
Have your home and shop adjoin
ing. Investigate. Becke & Hen
dricks. 189 N. High. s26tf
rate to Students
247 H. Com'l St.
Victor Adding Machine Service
C. M. LOCKWOOD
107 D Street Telephone 2313
Underwood Typewriter Co.
' Direct Factory Branch
510 Court St. ' Phone 203
Typewriters Rented, Bold,
Special rental rates to Students
Case Continued ?
J. M. Morgan pt Tillamook re
quested that his c&se be continued
when he was arraigned yesterday
in the justice court oh a charge of
reckless driving. . ills case was
continued and he was released on
a bail bond of $25.
Complete Line of
aU. D. Gray was appointed ex
ecutor of the estate of the late
John P. Naderman by an order of
the county court, Fred Feller,
Fred Gath and John Ahrens were
appointed appraisers of the estate
by the same order.
Will Lease for One
,To three years, strictly modern
house at 985 N. Summer St., and
garage. Socolofsky, 341 State.
A major operation nas Dcen per
formed at a local hospital on J
F. Latham of this city.
Pigeons Race Today
Another Salem to Portland hom
ing pigeon race will begin from
the roof of Bligh's Capitol theater
Friday morning, six birds being
entered by C. F. Bulger. Each
bird will have a message op a slip
of blue for someone in Portland.
Modern Home, 0 Rooms
For sale right now. Has fur
nace, fireplace, Idry, hardwood,
extra plumbing, 12x18 cement
floor garage. Now $5250. Some
terms. Becke & Hendricks, 189
N. High street. s22tf
Large Home, Vacant, Close
All schools. Fojr.sale for $4500.
on any reasonable terms. See at
3 45 S. Winter street. Becke &
Hendricks, 189 N- High.
Hunters Home Suf
Dwight Findley and Victor
Rhodes.1 Willamette university
students, have returned from a
deer hunting trip in the mountains
east of. Roseburg. They report
many adventures and hardships,
such as having most of their food
stolen by a skunk, and being lost
in the woods for two days. They
also report plenty of deer, and
say that the only reason they did
not bring back the limit was be
cause -they didn't have a pack
horse to carry it. They were sev
eral days overdue in getting back
to Roseburg. so a searching party
was being considered just as they
walked into town.
Horse Is Killed
A horse owned by S. II. Mc
Elurry of Independence was hit
by lightning and killed on Thurs
day morning at the farm near In
dependence, according to word re
ceived here. The horse was stand
ing under a small oak tree when
C F. Breithaupt has moved his
floral shop from Liberty street to
the new Bligh building, 521 State
Undergoes Opera! ion
Mrs. S. J. Metzer of Brooks was
given an operation at a local bos
So joists Added
Tex Stoudenmyer and Robert
Ross fiave been obtained as solo
ists with Oscar Steelhammer's
Cherrjan band during fair week.
Mr. Ross was a clarinet soloist
with Sousa's band for years. Mr,
Stoudenmyer j is director of the
Shrine band in Portland.
Furnace Heated Homes
Strictly modern. We have seven
new homes to show you. Priced
$4,000 on up. Immediate posses
sion on three. Becke & Hendricks
189 N. High street.' s2:2tf
F. P. Clark of! 1111 Front street
has been taken to a hospital here
for medical treatment.
Radiators to Parade
Members of jthe Eugene Radi
atoTS will parade in the dawn
town streets atll o'clock this
morning and in the afternoon will
parade before the grandstand on
Lone Oak track in company with
Bu&lnesH Property Bargain
r Laree nronertv havine six ten-
Anta,and in path o future busi
ness" growth. Owner must sell
noy'A Priced $22,000 and $8,000
could handle. Becke & Hendricks,
te'N. High.! ' 826tf
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Webb Is Honored ,
! 'Eftra Webbj of Salem was elect
eLU;esident o-f the OAC freshman
clagr at a meeting in the men's
gymnasium Saturday. Seven oth
ers.were nominated. Total votes
caslin the election, were 475. The
E. E. WIGGINS, Prop.
Near Woodry's Auction Market
, . .li3 Norway
LADD & BUSH Bankers
: General Banking Business!
" . Office Iloars from 10 m, m to S p. wu
To Carry at the Fail"
Purses bought at F. E. Shafer's
170 S. Com'l., the oldest estab
lished harness business in the
Willamette valley outside of Port
land. Also a complete line of
suitcases, hand bags, etc. "Noth
ing takes the place of leather.'' ol
Furnaces In All-
Seven new homes we have
priced $3250 to $8500. Reasonable
terms if desired. Immediate pos
session tn three. Becke & Hend
ricks. 1S9 N. High. s26tf
If eld for Keed
Glenn Cruson" of Lebanon and
Charles Rawlings of Albany, were
arrested by local police rpfficers
last night on speeding charge ..
W. H. Burkhart, .860
street, reported at police
Quarters yesterdav that a
and lire had been stolen from his
ear parked on State street near
Joins Marine '
Wallace K. Chamberlain of this
city haa enlisted $n the marines.
Mr. and Mrs! Charles (Shy)
Huntington of Portland are here
for the fair. Mr. Huntington is a
brother of Hollis Huntington, Sa
iem high school football coach.
and is himself coach of tne xauii-
nontah club team.
Mrs. C. L. Mcllwan is at a local
hospital recovering from tho ef
fects of an operation performed
on her there recently.
F. E. Rafe of Woodburn was
slightly injured Thursday when
his car was struck by an unidenti
fied car about a mile 'north of
Woodburn on the Pacific highway
yesterday, according to-a report he
made at the local police station.
His car was considerably damaged,
the report stated- ,
Happy and Successful Students
The students who are enrolled
at the Capital Business College
are enjoying their work in the
new rooms. School work is mov
ing along more successful than
ever. Enroll now and become one
of this success getting c'ass. ; Ol
James West of Woodburn was
a Salem visitor Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Falk of
Albany were in this city Thurs
day. Mabel Walker of Turner was in
C. F. Hein of Aumsvillc visited
this city yesterday.
Among the Thursday visitors in
Following Is the Complete
Text of Resolutions Adopt
Following is the complete text
of the resolution adopted by the
jfarion county republican central
committee, at its rally at the state
fair grounds cn Wednesday: '
"Whereas. Robert N. Stanfield
was fairly defeated for the re
publican nomination for United
States senator in a field of six can
"Whereas, at the time ho filed
his declaration of candidacy he
promised that if he was not nom
inated in the primary election he
would not accept the nomination
ol any other party, and
'Whereas, Mr. Stanfield is now
a candidate in violation of his
pledge to the republican party of
"Whereas. Frederick Steiwer
was the choice of the republicans
of Oregon and is an upstanding
young republican of integrity and
ability, and is worthy of the un
divided support of the republican
"Therefore, be it resolved by
the Marion county republican cen
tral committee that we pledge our
hearty and undivided support to
the candidacy of Frederick Stei
wer and call upon all loyal repub
licans to 'rally to his support, and
"Be it further resolved, that we
vigorously condemn and denounce
Robert N. Stanfield as being un
faithful t6 the republican party. of
Oregon, and submit that he is not
worthy of the support of any loyal
republican, and we hereby call
upon all loyal republicans to do
their utmost to elect Frederick
Steiwer and administer a deserved
rebuke to Robert N. Stanfield for
his disloyalty to the republican
Salem was Mrs. A. L. Baker of
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Nelson were
in Salem Thursday. They are
residents of Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Woodworth
of Albany visited this city Thurs
day. M. R. Gram of Portland was in
this city Thursday.
C Barnes of Eugene was in this
city Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Stone spent
Thursday night in- Salem. They
arc residents of Hood River.
Fortland British ship "West
moor" takes 275,520 bushels of
wheat to United Kingdom.
TatS of Releasing Funds
JVaries From That Given
Before Grand Jury
NEW YORK, Sept. 30. (AP.)
When George E. Willians, man
aging director of the alien prop
erty custodian's office from 13 18
to 1924, advised the release of
$7,000,000 impounded assets of
the American Metal company in
!f21.'he knew that another claim
for some of the same propetty
previously had been denied,- he
testified in the Miller-Daugherty
conspiracy trial today.
Willia'x.s. who as fii'tst assistant
to Thomas W. MUler. former alien
property custodian, investigated
the American Metal company
claim of Richard Merton, was the
first defense witness In the trial
of Miller and Harry M. Daugher
ty for conspiracy to defraud the
government of their bst services
In permitting the Merton release.
During the entire morning ses
sion he was questioned by Wil
liam Band, counsel for Miller.
Rand's questioning tended to show
that ll the work of investigating
the Merton claim and passing on
it for the A. P. C. office had been
done by Williams and that Miller
had signed it in good faith on his
managing director's assertion that
it was valid.
At the afternoon session United
States Attorney Buckner took the
witness. Buckner had said earlier
in the trial that Williams would
be shown to have been' a co-conspirator
with Daugherty and Mil
ler the latter two, he charged,
having been induced id conspire
against the government by "hypo
dermic inject ions of graft." made
by John T. King, hired by Mer
ton for 5441,000 to put the claim
Judge Mack announced, how
ever, before" the defense began, its
tase today, that Wilitam3 had not
been shown to be a co-conspirator.
J Buckner questioned the witness
at length concerning testimony hp
gave last year before a grand jury
investigating the American Metal
company transfer. e )
I Williams I stated that much, of
the testimony he had given at that
time was wrong; becanse he was
under a misapprenension concern
ihg documents shown him by the
prosecutor. . ' . ..
CaDtaln A. J. Spong, 147 Ma
tlon street, died Sept. 29. "ITS M
survived by v his widow Mary or
Salem, a daughter Mrs. Nellie t).
Khonard of Portland, a' brother J.
M. Spong of ! Salem and-a sister,
Mrs. Kstnenne nnoaes. ue ooay
is at the Webb funeral parlori,
Funeral -announcement wiir bo
made later. 1
W. II. Smith, aged D, died la
this city September 30. The' ref
rains are at jthe Mortuary of Rig
Of service creating an es
tablishment superior in its
teverencejl sympathy and
thoughtfulness for all. ,
Webbs Funeral Parlors
Telephone 120 T
Perfect Funeral Service .
Tor-Less ' . ; . '
Llcensedj Lady Mortician
770 Cltemeketa Street .
Telephone 734 . ! ,
DRIVE UR SELF Company
OCC Vi BLOCK NORTH LoST OFFICE
JJ NORTH CHURCH STREET
STANDARDIZED CASH STORES
Air Mail Man H
Frank P. Bell, United States air
mail official, is visiting this city.
He is traffic manager for the
Pasco-Elko route of the air mail.
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The Bungalow Beauty Shoppe
For marcelling, shampooing, pa
per curling, facials. Try our hon
ey pack. Open evenings by ap
pointment. Phone 1985. ol
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How often do we hear that expression saving our pennies for darker days. The economical house
keeper can increase her sayings substantially by making Busick's her food headquarters. Then, too,
there is that added convenience of Free Delivery of Fresh Meats, Bakery Goods, Fruits, Vegetables
100 Per Cent
4 lb. Pail
. 4 lb. Pail
4 Large Cans
PHONE 455 OR 456
49 lb. Sack
y $2.05 .
One of the highest
grade flour to be had
You'll like this eastern
O:reg.ofii hard wheat
flour, made from old
Fresh sweet new stock
Roasts of Beef, good
too, as low as
as low as
At meat counter only
Whole Wheat ..'
iRye Bread -Graham
All from our own mod
ern electric bakery are
displayed in profusion
at Bakery Counter.
2 Large , Loaves
FREE DELIVERY TQ ALL PARTS OF; THE CITY
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