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. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1927
. THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
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TO R3EET SATURDAY
Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart
New Residents, Will
- Mr. and Mrs. James -Stewart of
Salem Heights will be grren the
first and second degrees at a meet
sing of Salem Grange No. 17 next
Saturday, March 19, at 10 a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart recently
came to Salem from Corrallis. The
-meeting will be in the Labor hall
on Court street.
. Senator i Lloyd T. Reynolds of
'Marion county "will speak on
"What Legislation Could be Paa
iaedr to I mproTe Farming Condi
tions." pr. A. Slaughter will give
3A Review of Laws Passed by the
C. H. Taylor of Sunnyside will
present "A Review of president
Coolidge's Reasons for Vetoing
thaj McXary-Hangen Bill."
?- Miss Mildred Cannooy and Miss
Birchen Cole will gire a vocal
-duet, and Gua Cole and Clifford
Smith will give another. Instru
mental music will be given by the
-'Three C'a." three, young women
whose- names have not yet been
A general business meeting will
close the session. Prunes will be
featured at the noon luncheon
held in the hall.
I . .
Portland Mayoc Among'
2- Association's Founders
. The Portianof Broadcast Listen
ers association has been incorpor
ated by George L. Baker. Lewis
Irvine Thompson. John M. Mann,
et al. The capital stock is $350
Ycur rings will be the only
( lasting mementos of your
marriage day. They must
endure long after bridal
flowers have faded and wed-,
ding apparel is gone and for
.Genuine Orange .Blossom,
you will fr.yd their style, then
beauty, n source' of lifelong
pride. : Only Genuine Orange
Blossom rings bear the traJ?
mark of Traub guarantee
ing value in whatever style
you may select. -
Square Deal Jevrelera
Corner Sta and
I 1 TRATB ChmHm f
and headquarters are in Portland
Other articles filed in the state
corporation department yesterday
follow: 1 i
Silver Creek Placer corporation.
Grants Pass-; capital stock increas
ed from $50J)00 to $209,000.
. Bend Furniture company, Port
land; capital stock increased from
$3000 to, $48,000.
Central Corporation of Port
land ; capital stock decreased from
125,000 to 12500.
Told at Y Reunion
Plans for Next Summer's Outing
Discussed at Bean Feed
Reminiscences of the YMCA
camps held in the last three sum
mers by the local Y, were review
ed at the camp reunion held last
night. Following a bean feed, the
program of talks was enjoyed,
with "Ikey" White as toastmas
ter. The talks included a discussion
of "Snipes. Their Habits and How
to Hunt Them," by Andy Byrd;
"Things an Honor Camper Doesn't
Know," by Dwight Adams; "Fault
of the Camp Kitchen." by Kelly
Moore; and "How to Keep Camp
Lively," by Rodney and Ralph
Myers, otherwise known as Pete
This was followed by a discus
sion of the coming summer camp,
which will be held, according to
present plans, on the Santiam.
Last year's camp was on the San
tiam, that two years ago near Nes
kowin, and three years ago on the
Trask near Tillamook.
HOWARD OS TRIP
C A. Howard, state superin
tendent of schools, will pass part
of next week at La Grande, where
hejwill attend the annual conven
tion of the Eastern Oregon school
superintendents and principals.
Mr. Howard . is scheduled to give
an address at the convention.
Portland Apple exports for
1926-27 season pass 1.459,483
boxes, and 6,500 tons dried prunes
have been exported since January
Remember to stop in
on the Eighth Floor,
when going through
the First National
Bank, to see my new
office and equipment.
800 First National Baak Bklg.
mmm a greenbaum
LINEN LUNCH SETS
t : Hemstitched Table Cloths
54x54. Vi dozen napkins to match
V BEAUTIFUL RAYON BED SPREADS
' Reduced Prices, Special at $4.65
BEAUTIFUL SPREADS $4.19
PRETTY CRlNKLEb BED SPREADS
- Large Sizes Reduced Price "
Special i$l;95 J ' ".
1927 Spring Millinery
Big assortment of new jhats best" of tuiality
- Correct In every, detail t .
Prices from $2.56 to $5.00
. None higher '
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HUNDREDS OE CHILDREN'S HATS
Methodists to Open Spring
Session at Leslie Church
Two speakers of national re
nown and two college presidents
are included on the program of
the spring conference session of
the Salem district. Methodist Epis
copal chufch, to be held March
21, 22, 23 at the Leslie Memorial
chureh of Salem.
Bishop William O. Shepard, res
ident bishop of the Portland area
will be present at each session and
will give the feature address of
the conference at 8 p. m- Tuesday.
Dr. P. A. Magruder. one of the
outstanding authorities on civil
government in the United States,
pcofessor at Oregon Agricultural
college, and a prominent and ac
tive Methodist will speak Tuesday
afternoon on "The Value of the
Wesley Foundation. Dr. Magrud
er is the author of several text
books, a former Princeton man,
with a brilliant record to back up
Presidents Carl Gregg Doney of
Willamette University and John
Martin Canse of Kimball School
of Theology will be on the pro
gram, as. will Dr. William Hints,
pastor of the First Methodist
church of Corvallis.
Arrangements for the- confer
ence have been drawn up by J.
Willard De Yoe, pastor of Leslie
M. E. church. Special stress has
been placed on selection of 'music
for the various sessions, which
will be directed by Mrs. Mason
Bishop. Special numbers and ar
rangements will feature the pro
grams of each session
Program Monday evening. March 21,
7:30 o'clock, reception. J. Willard
De Yoe, presiding.
Orga nand piano duette, Mal
colm and Lena Medler.
Opening chorus, Leslie Choir,
Mrs. Earl Pearcy. directing.
Scripture reading page 66
Forty-sixth Sunday morning read
ing. Rev. Thomas Acheson, lead
ing. Solo, Mrs. Earl Pearcy.
Address of Welcome, Rev. A. S.
Response, Dr. David H- Leech.
Social hour under the Woman's
Foreign Missionary Society.
Tuesday, March 225 Morning
8:30-9:00 Devotional, Rev. W.
9:00-12:00 Business session.
11:00-12:00 District Stewards
12:00-1:15 Dinner, served in
church by Ladles Aid.
1:30-4:30 The Kingdom In
"What of the Ministers Reserve
Pension Fund?" Rev. S. W. Hall.
"Our Endowment Fund." Rev.
Tuesday, Friday. Saturday
From 7:50 to 10:30 P. M.
Ladies Admitted Fres
T. E, Elliott. "V .
"The- Value of the Wesley
Foundation,- Dr. F. A. Magruder.
"How Fax Does the Modern Ep
worth League Help the Church in
Spiritual TWagst" LeRoy Walker.
Th Moral and Religious Em
phasis in Willamette Unrverslty."
President Carl Gregg Doney.
"Are. We Worth While . the
Woman's Foreign Missionary .So
ciety?" Mrs. J. Willard De Poe.
"America for Christ the Wom
an's Home Missionary Society,"
Mrs. G. V. Fallis.
"What Kind of a Church Pa
per do We Want." Rev. F. C. Tay
lor; response, Edward Laird Mills.
"Has Kimblkll a Future? Ron
ald C. Glover.
"We Are Always Present The
Ladies Aid Society." Mrs. H. H.
Vandevort. Mrs. A. G. Hoffman.
"The Recruiting Station for the
Church the Sunday School," A.
"What the District Stewards
Have Done," A. A. Lee.
Quiet Hour, Thomas Hardy.
6:30 P. M. Dinner in the
7:30 Devotional. Dr. David H.
8:00 Sermon, by Bishop Wil
liam O. Shepard, D. D., L. L. D.
8:30 Sacramental service,
conducted by Bishop Shepard.
9 : 1 5 Business session-
10:15 Address, "The Greatest
Need of the Modern Church," Rev.
G. V. Fallis; response, Rev. M. A.
10:45 Address, "The Gospel
to the Ends of the Earth." Wil
11:01 Male Quartette from
11:10 Short addresses, "Test
ed Revival Methods," W. S.
Gleiser, W. J. Morrow, L. C. Poor,
Ira P- Dumas, H. W. Mort.
11:40 Quiet Hour, president
John Martin Canse.
12:00 Fellowship and Social
Hour, Dinner in the church.
PUBLIC SERVICE BODY , DIS
MISSES SEVERAL CASES
The public service commission
yesterday missed the case involv
ing an investigation of the ac
counting methods and practices of
the Boring Truck company. Du
plex Express, Lincoln Fast freight,
Owl Freight line, Bend-Burns
Stage company and City Transfer
Other eases dismissed by the
commission today follow:
Investigation of fares, rules,
regulationos, schedules, practices
and service of A. Jaloff, doing
Ubusiness as Columbia stages.
investigation oi accounting
methods and practices of H. M.
Hewitt and F. D. Fennesey, doing
business under the name and style
of the John Day Valley Freight
Investigation of accounting
methods and practices of Robert
Investigation of accounting
methods and practices of Henry
Investigation of accounting
methods and practices of the Hill
strom Transportation company.
Investigation of rates, rules,
practices, charges and regulations
or the Portland-Salem-Albany
Buy Where Each and
Every Price Is Right
And Specials Are Additional Savings
This Week-end We Offer:
3 pkgs. of Fresh Post Toasties 25c
! 0 lb. bag of Sperry or Albers
Pancake Flour 65c
3J4 lbs. of Cut Macaroni 25c
Carton of 6 boxes good Matches 19c
3 medium size Campbell's Pork
and Beans 25c
Another lot of that good Side Bacon, lb. 29c
4 lb. pail Pennant Compound 69c
3 lb. box fresh Soda Crackers ' .39c
4 lbs. of fresh Rolled Oats 25c
6 spools Clark's tO. N. T. Thread 25c
Jap Dress Crepes, nearly all shades ycL 17c
36 inch Percales, large selection
of fast colors, yard 19c
32inch Amoskeag Gingham, yard.,... ...19c
36 inch Dress Prints, yard 25c
A. C. A. Feather Ticking, yard! 33c
36 inch Colored Indian Head, yard... J..35c
The 'kind that, wears in ladies', men's and
children's, AU at popular prices
EIGHT LOSE LIVES BY
State Motor Vehicle Depart-
. a t n
merit's Annual rtepon
Filed by Raffety
Eight persons were killed and
2317 persons, were injured as the
result of motor vehicle accidents
month of February, according to
in the state of Oregon during the
a report prepared yesterday by T.
A. Raffety, chief inspector for the
state motor vehicle department.
Of the 2317 accidents reported
during the month 1135 were due
to carelessness on the part of
drivers. There were 115 accidents
due to failure of drivers to give
proper signals, while 127 acci
dents were caused by speeding.
Jay walking resulted in 17 acci
dents, while 36 accidents were due
to improper parking.
There were 183 arrests duetto
the activities of the state traffic
officers during the month. Sixty-seven
of the defendants were
charged with speeding, while 11
were accused of reckless driving.
In 10 cases the drivers were
charged with having no license
The officers recovered stolen
motor vehicles having a resale
value of 119,675- Delinquent fees
collected aggregated $5236.10.
Fines imposed for violations of
the motor vehicle regulations
totalled 12438.75, while fines im
posed on persons other than mo
tor vehicle violators aggregated
945. Worthless checks were
made good in the amount of
The state traffic officers visited
2290 towns and cities and traveled
a total of 53,165 miles.
seeks to minimize the interference
With, broadcasting by professional
commercial stations during certain
hours and restricts the operation
of amateur stations.
The American Radio Relay
league, an organization of ama
teurs numbering some 19,000
members, Segal said, has 15 simi
lar actions pending in other cities.
The Portland ordinance is said
by Segal to interfere with4 inter
state commerce in that it curbs
the activity of the amateur sta
tions in their transmission and re
ceipt of messages between stations
in different states.
DE AUTRE M0 NT REFUSES
TO TALK ABOUT ROBBERY
(Continued from page l.)
from the transport Thomas to Al
catraz island, prison of the Unit
ed States army.
Despite a nervousness that pre
vented him from eating breakfast
or - luncheon, De Autremont an
swered his questioners calmly.
"Gentlemen," he said. "1 will
talk about anything except the
crime you accuse me of. On that
1 must stand on my constitutional
rights. My father has engaged
an attorney for me at Eugene,
Ore. There is nothing I can say
until I have talked with him."
He declared he wanted to talk
of is family instead of the train
holdup in which four trainmen
wer killed, and was visibly
shocked when informed of the
death ofehis younger brother, Lee.
who was shot . in . a poolroom in
Texas about, three weeks ago.
After further questioning . by
government officials, De Autre
mont will be turned over to San
Francisco police, who in turn will
release him to Oregon officials for
trial there on a murder charge.
LINES TO CQBT
More Toll Circuits and Better
Work on System From
Salem to Tillamook
Work will commence on or
about March 20, according to
ManagerW. H- Dancy of the Sa
lem telephone exchange, providing
additional toll circuits and rein
forcements on the Salem-McMinn-ville-Tlllamook
toil lead. Addi
tional'wire will be strung between
Salem and Independence Junction,
between Amity, and McMinnTiiie,
and betwee nCarlton and Yamhill
The project includes the plat ing
of 2S1 Doles. 220 rrnwarm.. -.j
m . CUU
48 miles of bare copper wire ani A
ii .. r . .. i a... -
It is expected that the work win
be completed by June 30.
Powers Bray Mountain Dude
mine cjaims to have 100 tons ore
on the dump, worth $100 a ton.
as nis sure
i 11 $Vf
RADIO LAW ATTACKED
Suit Brought to Restrain Portland
PORTLAND, March 17 (AP)
Paul M. Segal of Denver, gen
eral counsel for the American
Radio Relay league, brought suit
In the federal district court here
today to restrain the enforcement
61 a radio interference ordinance
recently adopted by the city of
Portland. The suit is brought in
the name of'L. S. Wright, father
of Richard H. Wright. 19 year old
operator of an amateur radio sta
tion here. The city ordinance
Cutting up is our business!
Cutting' prices is our side line
This Saturday Prices Will Be
Cut All to Smithereens
are going to
make this a
nEFT. i-4k Wants
L r7 Meat
nr t, 7 :,i I You!
Compound, 2 lbs. ...19c
Pure Lard, 2 lbs. 25c
Sirloin Steak ...r. 7. 14J4c
An enormous shipment of lean bacon back to be sold at 292 per lb.
Imported and Domestic
53.50, $3.00, $2.50.
NOW .... $1.95
or 3 for $5.50
Every One In Stock
Not as previously ad
vertised bv mistake at
I $1.95. These include
our regular lines of
Merit, Tanhauser, Con
queror brands, values
$5.00 to $7.00.
344 State Street
Sale Includes All
Just Received In
VALUES TO $45.00
3 LOTS OF
$40$45 JjQQ OI
$50 now. tpOOtU
$30, $35 M
Without exception the
greatest offer we have
ever made in giving our
Entire stock at very
satisfactory prices. ' ,
Doors were opened9 this'
morning' and . when' you
see the real of fers we are
giving- in everything
you'll agree that it is
Our Greatest Sale
56 PAIRS OF
Values to $10.00
WHILE THEY LAST
Fancy Hose.. Off
AD fops . . . Price
UnderVear. V2 Price
From $1.00 to 2.50 j : r
344State StI, Salem
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