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TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7," 192G:
' TOE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
; i.- D0 SCfOL
fore the robbers succeeded In
opening the safes but so methodi
cally and quietly did they work
that late theatre goers in the
downtown district beard no i
sound of the blasts. . '
Post was present also. -.
Following the address' Capitol
Post No. 9 elected officers for the
ensuing year as follows:
Lyle Dunsmoof, commander;
Walter Kirk, vice-commanderr
Raymond Bassett, adjutant; Jacob
Fuhrer, finance officer: ; H. A.
will continue tn office until the
first night in January when the
new officers will be Installed.
Work of University Three- FIVE WORKMEN KILLED Brown: chaplain; wth. Paui,
,tA- !i!w!4.; n i , ; ' : sergeant-at-arms; Lloyd Demarest.
- ; Tells Chamber
.Tbe state, university serves In
tnree ways;' Dr. Afnodld Dennett
Hall, president of the University!
uf Oregon,? told; ; members of the!
' Salem. chamber of commerce' at j
Its noon -luncheon Monday. These
hways- are te dute, He develop
program of research, and to ex-
Um its- work among people who
do not atteftd the college. ;i
Rttdestlen a-an lrfsirrance for j
Uio, futace; and, forthat reanon a
sound larr-fttnieal wai the purpose
jcftfwl frjrHaU in an appeal for
dtUHonal f.gnds.to.jcarry on the
' To dd-1t4 work veH the'nhlver
sity must have the best men avail
able for It faculty, Div Hall naid.
21CCIDKXT OCCURS AS MKX VS
1XA HIGH; EXPL.OSIVK
B. PENNSGROVE, XL, Dec. 6.
(AP An ' explosion of 2800
pounds of powder at the Carney's
Point plant of tbe Da post- Powder
company today killed five work
men find injured others, none of
them seriously. . . . . ' . .
The accident occurred . when
William M. TondeU. A first class
operator in , charge of the other
four men w bo were killed, as a
crew of helpers, was unloading the
64800 pounds- of powder at the dry
house. Since -all the men imme
diately concerned were 'killed, the
cause of the explosion is not
known. , . ;. .
A rougu estimate of the prop
erty damage made by official of
aced it as about
historian; King Bartlett.l Morris
ilaee, Byron Wright, P.. I. Quifen
berry. Ernest Bonesteele. execu
tive committeemen. '" ;
After the election commander-
elect Lyle Dimsmoor was called
upon to KDoak and he impressed
all with his quiet, yet enthusiastic
manner. Adjutant-elect . Bassett
also spoke briefly concerning the
work of the coming year.
The officer of Post No. 9 for
the year 192feWVIc MacKen
tle, commander; I. W Lewis, vice
commander. Karl Hinges, adjutant
Prank Durbin, Jr., chaplain; Lyle
Dunsmoor! historian; Jacob Fuhr
er. finance "officer; "Donnegan
Wiggens, sergeant-at-arms. They
: n rich & Roberts, realtors, 122
V. Commercial St.. know property
values and make for you profit
able lnvHtmints.lwnr both - sava
and make yon money. (JJ
TRAPPER GETS BEQUEST
II Kit MAX VCXJKL It KM KM BK US
CAKCADH MOUXTAIX CillDE
.EUGENE, Dec 6. (AP) Geo.
11. Moody, trapper and guide, of
McKenzie Bridge. 55 miles east
of. Eugene. Is to receive 110,000
tin cash and a hunting lodge in the1
lid I Ul WIC V. "HI J UJ U bU0 Bfc-T
a bequest, in the will of Herman
O. Vogel, millionaire of Los An
geles, who died in Innbruck,1 Aus
tria, last month and whose will
was admitted to probate in Los
Angeles. Saturday, r .., .
For the past several years Mr.
Vogel has been an autumn visitor
in the Cascades on hunting trips
and Moody -has been his packer
and guide. In 1918 Vogel built a
hunting cabin on Elk lake and
Moody" had the contract for this
building, this being the beginning
of his association with the Los
White House Restaurant, 362
State St.. where hundreds of peo
ple prefer tu eat. All you want to
nat for less than you can eat i
home. Quality and service. ()
denee from.. Texas ; few weeks
ago and opened an office for the
practice of medicine. He was re
leased on bail pending the arrival
o fthe Texas sheriff. '
SHERIFF HOLDS DOCTOR
FOILMKK RESIDENT OF TK.YAM
RELEASED OX BAIL
Dr. J. R
dence, was arrested yesterday
Sheriff Hooker upou request of
the. Burns Detective Agency of
Portland and a telegraphic warrant-from
Sheriff Baker of Edin
Dfv Jacobson came to Indepen-
PORTLAND. Ore.. Dec. C--(AP)
Dr. Jacobson is wanted on
embezzlement charges, according
to W. L. Priest of the Burns De
tective Agency here. It is alleged
that he brought approximately
$300 worth of furniture to Oregon
on which he had a mortgage in
pilot of the "Norge" on the dir
igible's flight over the north pole,
arrived here today with a black
eye and a novel alibi to account
' "I got it while demonstrating
the principles of the heavier than
air machines, and-proved that the
dirigible - 13 safer." the ' general
laughed. In New York.-he said,
he fell, out of his hotel bed. and
struck Lis eye on a chair. '
A. If. Moore. Z33 X. High St.
apartments, and store where you
can get high quality furniture ant
furnishings for every room in
your house. , ()
Ore.. Dec. 6. f AP)
Jacobson of Indepen- AIRMAN HAS BLACK EYE
FELL OUT OF RED AXD. HIT
CHAIR, SAYS XOBILE
CHICAGO. Dec. 6. AP).
General Umberto -Nobile, Italian
COUNTRY HAS GOOD YEAR
CHAMBER OF COMMKKCT: TO
MEET IX HOXOLVLU
day convention of the Western di-vision-ofthe
u6 11 AOS " -
j Honolulu was selected today
for the mid-year meeting of the
association next year.
f NEW .nCORPQRATlONS
COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo..
Dec. 6. (AP). American busi
ness and industry Is closing its
books for 1926 without the threat
or fear of stress or strain which
business has. learned are the sig
nals of impending danger. John
V. p'Leary, of Chicago, president
of the chamber of commerce of
the United States, told more than
400 delegates tonight at a three-
v r- - o
The Foaside Snug Harbor com
pany with capital stock of ?fD)
frOO and headquarters In Port hWd.
has been incorporated by K J.
Jaeger, n. j. Cress and Fred A
Other articles filod in the state
corporation department yesterday
National Automobile club. Port
land. $",000; James S. Reed. G L.
Goodcll and Ormond Rankin.
A P. Warner Estate. Pilot Rock
120,000; Edmund D. Warner,
Edna Jlentrer and Archie S.
Warner. T '
- Acme -Metal Works, Portland.
$20,000; C. C. Hansen. John Bos
trom and T. A. Newholnu
and Jo get them it must be able to the company pli
con! pete on falfly even "terms with $25,000. :
other colleges- aa4' universities.
viTiiu" h. Biur-viiiudk inei: n t -t no v e
. . capiHrweaitli,. touTth J state St. 'High quality Jewelry.
iiiverwara - and diamonds. The
gold standard of values. Once a
uyer alwayp a cuntoiner. 1
' ' r
,lapercaplla "Income,- and is also !
near Hie op fh faumber of ' auto
ioobilexpec&pUa aa4 in miles
of good roads."-Dr. Hail said. In
Tiew of. this,, it seems possible to
pay enough money to Insure a
good Stat university.! :
Some .of. tka-rrltieism of mod
ern ed n-tloa ? 1AV valid.r Dtr 4 iali
Welievi-si Ih.tjbaj Jthere.isoonuch
; inemoff dramming..
y V"1000 : mK trained
in haults,ol Intelligent behavldr,r
he ,ald,., ,J JV e .must V tep them
worfcina onjrreal. prphlems to de-
Veloif'A'habH bftfitlcaf ranalysis.
. " But thi, Is hjtt the Whole prob
lem- we are faced with the, snir
Itual .'ahfr Emotional phases fo It
also; f We must conserre the splen-
' did altruism of modern youth and
- uirect- it tn the right . way we
Vfinnt Vtt1f If l Mi kanu nf
j rt&ponsiiUity for ublie'weifare."
6nra. House Drug Store
Brr . quality, low prices, friend
ship give. Increasing j patronage.
Old utomerR advise friends to
tyyle h era. High and Court. ( )
' Bouesteei M9tor Co.. 474 S,
Cora'l. hatf the Dodge automobile
; Tor yod All steel body. Lasts a
i lifetime: Ak Dodge owners. Th
1 FORMlrV WILLAMETTE
i" GIRL 01ESIH SOUTH
i Word-'lias been received here of
the. deathot1 Helen "Rose edlar.
: I wife 6f Jphh II. Medlar of Los
Angeles oh Saturday. December 4.
it She was well known in this com-
j munuj -ana 'especially ia nniiu
I ctte university Circles. - 'She and
: , her husband graduated from the
h local, institution In t920 " She is
A PUvU0d by'lirr husband and one
daughter, Rarbara; a brother and
or ; ' :'
- We are- ft ate d istributors tor
i tbe Vlkinr tires and tubes. Mal-
, com'. Tire Company has the tires.
Drive in. . Corner Court and Com-
znerclal streets. ; ()
. Kasb Furniture Co. takes vthe
lead wtth-. low prices on chairs,
rockers, tbles. wood and- steel
" beds, snrines. mattresses. . Saves
t WIND TAKES LIFE TOLL
r- - - ' -
fell IPS PlU'J VP OX EASTERN
; . CtAT DURING STORM
iyon ?5r. 21 W. Com'l
t NBW YORK, Dec. . (AP-
Teoplc of -the northeastern utatcn
jand eastern .Canada loday pald or-
f tunes to break . the hold of . the
S enow and wind storm which swept
in. trom-th Korttv Atlantic cuus-
. ihg eleven deaths in New England.
V New York state-end JCew ..Jersey.
f and "wfokrog.setea schooners bff
l the Nova; Scotia and New Bruns-
S. -wick coasu 1 . --.-
Crewa.of the-Vessels which were
teaten to jMecfcs .by the storm ap-
parently. fared better than inland
'k Tictlms tl the Jv snow and wind.
! ince . no seafarers were reported
H as having tost their lives. Fishing
I fleets ;nffred ""heavily and . the
storm. crippled, shipping at several
Dorts. . Fourteen, steamers were
a Icebound ia the. St. Lawrence river
:jlier (jBebec.'7-' ".-.' ,
Cobbs A Mitcheir Co., lumber
and building materials for every
purpose. Get estimates, look at
quality off material,: then you will
order.: Jli s. 12th St. r ()
SmltanE: WStklns ftr tire serv
Ice at a ;ldwer cost. Vulcanising
and retreading: tube repairing. If
you hate tire trouble Just, call 44.
Corner Court a.ad High Sta. : ..()
YOUTHFVL' RORDKRS OBTAIN
V-" LOOT -FROM STORE
ST.- PACL. Dec. 6. (AP)
Fifty , thousand dollars was .the
loot obtained by three youthful
safeblo wers 5 who early . . today
blasted opn three jsafes in , a de
partment" store here 'after work
ing Tor four hours. " '
Enteritlg tbe .store, through a
fourth story window from the roof
of anothCrr building, the robbers
captured Jio watchmen, hand
cu f f ed on of them to an lroa
. -"ort. post .and forced the other
t.j " accompany them about the
auUl in'g ; hourly to register his
calls on the burglar alarm boxes.
Their loot was SSS.too la cash
and flMOQ la bonds.
6 MIGHTY ACTS 6
Now Play ing
FRANK VAN HOVEN
The Di7zj -Mad Magician . '
.4 Tenor -E:
& Harks Revue .
Sonic mMtl Dnce
Hats & Boxes
and. , .
Salem's Greau-t Kntcrtaituneiat
; ; at the. '
PA XT AGES . CIRCUIT PIUCI-S
Matineo . j '. Kvenins '
Children XOc 1 Adults - - ooe
Adults - - eoe I ChUdrea - S3c
O. Krueger, realtor, progres
si ve, fair, equitable. Growing eitj
and country make possible buv
i nat wtii- make you good money
Complete listings,., 147 N. Com'l.
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State . ' Commander '. Arthur I
Murphy Speaks on "Value
Capitol Post No. 9 of tbe Amer
ican' Legion ' held the regular
monthly -meeting last night and
elected officers for the ensuing
year in addition to hearing a
splendid address by State Com
mander Arthur. Murphy. ,
An exceptionally large number
were present for this meeting and
many visitors from other heigh-
boring.iowns were to be noticed
in the gathering. .
The centra thesne of the ad
dress- by Commander Murphy,
night well have been - "Value of i
Comradeship," 'In as much as he4'
stressed tils particular function
of the American Legions ,He said
that .membership" Jh "this organi-
ration did not call for medals, but
just an honorable discharge from
the service. The American Legion
was open to all and he launched
an appeal to alt ex-servlc men
to linerup with, 'this body of men.
Commander ; Murphy; congratu; !
lated Capitol Post No. 9 upon the
excellent membership showing.
the drum corps" anil their achieve-;
inents. and the "many civic, activi
ties- they have been interested in.
He 'asks for the unselfish coopera-
t Ion of every 'American Legion
man and urged even better work
along hospitalisation lines. .
State Chaplain A'. C ' Bailey of
Dallas was present and spoke
briefly concerning the work of the
American Legion-and 4he part he
desired' to" play in this work. Com
mander. Tracy. Savery of Dallas.
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Eey FURNITURE foi- GIFTS
Pay for Thm Next Year
A Style Revtie
Distinguish "Birchfield " ; Up
of 1927 Upholstered Furniture
odels and Fabrics
.: y-mm ,as
L-jsagt -v )ll f m.
1 f r ' Ifts
rbectacle of Color andGrace That Proclaims the Trend of
( Modern Furniture Fashion
A Gift of "Birchfield"
For the Whole Family to Enjoy on Christ
mas Day and For
Years to Come.
"Rirchfiftlir Furniture stands the test of,hard wear Upholstered furniture which Achieves
a new level of lxriutYVtncwdeCTee fashlioned it
with an eye to corrcctneHsUhouette jind Iriodeligllt h. i(Jedi4edly. tbind of fmrpiture , i
Vf which one can say cqBscielaUoasly; ''Tere'ismri hiadeJ" J:: r
loiirc i lonima irnaranrppn in pvpfv r piii- iinr d is. i-oim i 111 Ltiinti. .
VU ' S V-1V. a. w-y a. -..-w w. vy ' .
There are "Birchfield" patterns to surprise and delight home fihrnishers of utterly different
needs and tastes -and there is a. price range so wide as. tp meet every demand
Below Are Representative V;
FINE MOHAIR DAVENPORTS
"AVTth Shaped backs and flaring arms -carved legs and decorative tassels.
Choice of plain or figured Mohairs and fine. brocade lO Cft
reverses on cushions .,. - .....r... vlX7eOU
, " - , $15 Cash $2.50 Week -.f.-.c
li I JACQUARD VELOUR DAVENPORTS
lues Featured for the Week
TAILORED MOHAIR DAVENPORTS
Exceptional pieces with tailored front panels on arms, high, shaped backs,
carved legs and pretty tassels. Of fered in. plain or brocades, Aft ftfl
Mohairs with brocade reverse on .cjUshions v1tUU.
' f.Vi.w . -V' i$20-Cash--$3 Week ' --
MOHAIR KIDNEY DAVENPORTS
With spring backs and spring filled, loose cushionscats.
fHjlcction of Jacquards. Fitted with carved legs and ' "
decorative tassels ".i-...r-r.........'..
1 $10 Cash--$2.56WeekV
Offered in gootl
The newest in the "Birchfield' line. Kidney style with serpentine front,
shaped back and high, sloping arms. Offered in high quality plain
and figured Mohairs" with smart brocade reverses I17n fii
" on cushions
$25Cash $4 Week
'BIRCHFIELD" UPHOLSTERED FURNITUR LD ONLY BY GlESE-POWERS IN SALEM " IJ.V
Your t Old Furniture Taken
. . in Elxchange on the New
Li i . You Select
WE CHARGE NO
Loges - soe I Loges. 73c
Six charge wtre.cxjiped , be-