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THE OREtiON sttilAWsAvM, OREGON
THURSDAY M0RNING3TAV 5 :1$$7
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Soloist at Rotary Club
Mrs. Earl Pearce was the Na
tional Music week local soloist at
RotafjT club "luncheon yesterday.
Mrs. Pearce san two delightful
numbers. . . .
Two More. Week Mle Price"
V Moore's Musi House. . m"
t i ' 11
The annual election will be on
the business schedule at the regu
lar Rotary luncheon next week, a
change fro m previous plans of the
club. George Arbuckle has been
president the faat yeaf.
Her A. I frVr A Bon
For your Kelrlnator, 250 S 16th.
Tei. 1414-M. i 3 m5
Cleaning Finn Repairs ,
Standard - Cleaners and Dyers
,.tu nut renalrs on 'the building
at 3 60 North Commercial street J
costing Jl5fl. a permit issued yes-J
terday showed. s
For 1 'lower Plants
Come to I he Flower Shop prreen
house. 156S 8. Liberty St. Phone
1324-M. Jay Morris, Florist. m5
ltuilJ Duplex Dwellings
A duplex dwelling costing $7000
will be built at 1380 and 1390
Chemeketa .'street, according to
a permit Issued yesterday to Bul
gin & Bulgln.J
Dollar dinner, served 5:45 to 8
every evening. . . n2ltf
Many Pay Fines ,
Twenty-five i overtime parkers
paid $1 each into the city treas
ury yesterday in response to state
ments sent out by City Recorder
Mark Poulsen May 1.
Don't Forget the Charity Street-Carnival-
for young And -old. Charity Car
nival. ' ;: mS
AVofxl Gives Instrnrtioi
Dr. R. Lee -Wood gavea short
instruction- in. .first aid to about
20 young men at the YMCA Tues
day night. The young men's di
vision is outlining its summer pro
gram. The first -trip, will be to
Neskowin, probably Memorial day.
The day will be spent in recrea
tion and nature study,
t'lim-wtii Wt tfr Tron gill
Few left, discount while they
last. See Oregon Gravel company.
1405 N. Front street. m5
Special rates on. summer mem
1ershipewere announced by the
YMCA yesterday. . Business men
can enjoy privileges of the "Y"
from new till September 1 for $f;
oys over zi, ;do:
i rf-ihlkh, hool. and.
J v y. $4 Junior high
J.t.hnd' grammar schb
.nvs over 21 . . 1 8 bovji' l 8 ' to 21.
school, and; Willamette
grammar school chaps $2.
Kates, lor women are $3. $2' and
$1. : v , ,,r- p :
Piano. Bargains During, Sale-Moore's-Music
House. e ml
Horvlci- Station to Build
The Burrell Electric service sta
tion will construct a" one-story
buildlne at 464 North Liberty
street costing $7500, according to
a building permit issued yester
day- , .
o-Hooin House aad Xot -,
70 x100 147 N. -18th-St
I'rUe. $3000. Will accept good
Jot up to $600. as. first payment
Standley & Foley, phone 347. mS
To Kealr Armory
" Repairs iavolviag an expendi
ture of $7,00.0 will.be made on
the --Salem 'armory, .according to
a building permit issued yester
day. - ., ,.. . - .-. - '
Mower aodXianlcn Plants
Lvfc6qrf&2iPz8 S. 12th St.
We 'have four" new liomes. mod
ern verj-fvf ay, tftf!ttiuBt be sold
rlgJvUav Prices ,$4350 to $7,
200;, easy x terms J responsible
people 'Vthese ajre,;best. buys we
have handled. Every one has fire
place, large garage, large furnace
and colls; electric water beater,
wired range, built-in tub, ldry..
hardwood etc. Ready tor occupy.
Becke & Hendricks, lt9 N. High
street. s.v,.,v. xo7
I B I
"Onelit Night Next
Piy Cright'' -
.ThusaAUs'of satisfied users
feel: that -way about
Thy ; .work - naturally : and
fortn'nb habit Pleasant- to
take; eay ia artiou.-eafc and
sure. ' -'
Goad tor children as well as
adults" . - ' '
. Dux of 60 Orderlies ;
Perry Drus Store
Apprai.se Watson Estate
The estate of John M. - Watson
Sr. has been appraised at S48C5.43
by W. T. Riches, A. E.; Edwards
and H. A. Smith. This valuation
is entirely In real property.
And repairing Giese-Powers
Furniture Co. f3tf
8SW5 by 1SS Front Street
Warehouse or wholesale prop
erty. Good present income; suit
able to ship both railroads, $10,
000 cash. Becke & Hendricks, 189
N. High street. m7
Judge Murint Two Coaplea
faol Oriaa Miller of Eugene
and AJda A. Brassfield of Spring
Held. George V. Bailey and Altona
S. Hadelsonlof Eugene received
marriageaicenses in Salem yester
day and Vera married by County
Judge J. T. Hunt.
For Mothers Day
A nestle circuline wave.
Don't Forge to Send Mother
A remembrance on Mothers'
day a card, motto, book or sta
tionery. See 'our gift suggestions.
Atlas Book store. m7
Enter Final Account
The final account of J. H. Ma
son 8 estate was filed in county
court yesterday by Lloyd H. "Ma
See A. L. Fraaer A Sons
For electric refrigeration, 250
16tH. Tel 1484-M. m5
Gifts for Children's Home
Everyone is Invited ' to attend
the Mothers' day program at the
United Brethren church, Mission
street, near Twelfth, on Sunday
at 10 a. m. when a program will
be given. Gifts for the Children's
Farm Home should be brought at
Buy "Player Rolls'
Sale at Moore's
Speaks at Mill City
Dr. Estella Ford Warner, direc
tor of the medical service of the
Marion county child health demon
stration, spoke before a meeting
of the Mill City Woman's club
at Mill City Tuesday night.
For the Court Street Church of
Christ new auditorium, before
May 16. For information see R.
L. Putnam, 1106 Leslie street.
TeL 1425-J. ' ra5
Four for 91
Popular music during sale.
Moore's Music House.- .. m7
Get Flnes-in Court '
.John Drake and Carl Heigstadt,
arrested recently by state dry
agents wtio found a pint-of wine
in their place which tested 6 per
cent alcohol, were fined $100 each
in justice court yesterday. The
man disclaimed knowledge i that
the liquor was on the place.
5 Room House With Four X
Lots. 2 blocks from new Leslie
junior high school property, 112
ft. by 130 ft. Price, $3750 Four
blocks from car line. Will take
automobile up to $1200 in pay
ment. Marion Automobile Co. m 5
Saxophones Greatly Reduced
During .sale. Moore's Music
House. . m7
Games scheduled la the city
league for' last night and 'today
have been called off, it was an
no u need yesterday by . Rober
Boardman, physical director at
Well Seasoned Second Growth
Fir wood 16 inch or 4 ft. lengths
immediate delivery, large or half
loads. Fred E. Wells, pnone i4z.
Goes to Xew York
B. E. Slsson, manager of Mil
ler's department atore, left for
New York .city Tuesday on an ex
tended buying trip. He will be
gone about a month.
With $20,000 and 121.000 to
invest: Right now we have two
large elose-in corners with pres
ent Income to net 6. You will
agree that they will be worth two
to ten times these prices in ten
years. In the meantime a sound
investment and fair return. Becke
& Hendricks. 189 N. High street
Leave for Europe "
W. T. Jenks. of the H.".S. Gilo
Fruit company, left this 'morning
with his son and daughter for
a tour of continental Europe, The
party will sail from Boston for
Liverpool where the children will
remain while Mr; Jenks attends
the International Rotary conven
tion at Ostend. The party will
return to Salem late in. July. '
To Appear in Recital -
Miss Louise Fereshetlan, daugn
ter of Rew and Mrs. Martin Fere-
shetlan, will appear in. a musical
recital this afternoon from 4 until
5 o'clock at the Unitarian parson
age. 657 Chemeketa street. She
will be assisted by her mother,
Mrs. Martin Fereshetian. who will
sing several selections,, accompan
ied at the piano by Mrs. Merle
Smith. The friends of Miss Louise
Fereshetlan are invited.
Special Service Planned -
The United Brethren church on
North Seventeenth street has ar
ranged for a special Mothers day
service'on Sunday, May 8. Every
one is invited.
FIVE THOUSAND SQUARE
MILES NOW INUNDATED
(Continued iroin Pfe 1.)
Ing down on the Old river, the Red
and the Atchafalaya has created
a new battle front for those fight
ing the floods, a front of water
and mud along a widening course
of 80 miles. On the outcome of
this battle depends the safety of
the rich sugar cane section in
south central Louisiana.
'- Safeguards Added .
Improvement in the defenses ot
New Orleans was continued today
as low points here and J there
around the Crescent Bend were
topped and additional thousands
of sand bags were filled for emerg
ency use. These are placed at
strategic points and workmen are
held in readiness to throw them
After falling to 20.4 feet here,
the river remained stationary, al
though the blasting of the batture
in front ot-the Caernarvon levee
to the south of New Orleans was
completed, greatly accelerating the
flood of Water through the arti
ficial crevasse1, which now is
opened to a width of nearly 2,000
WOMAN ACTUAL SLAYER,
CLAIM OF H. JUDD GRAY
(Continued from page 1.)
her husband's pillow with chloro
form, a contributory cause of
death in the opinion of expert wit
nesses, was done b Mrs. Snyder,
Gray's mother and sister, both
weeping sat before him as he
Taking a drink of water. Gray
pulled himself together to tell of
the murder episode. He pictured
himself arriving at Queens Village
after midnight the night of March
19. He walked dark street, half
intoxicated, , searching for the
lift, found it, and entered
through one of two doors Mrs.
Snyder had left open for him.
After waiting 15 minutes, he
said, he went upstairs. He found
whisky, rubber gloves, picture
wire, a sashweight, a bottle of
chloroform and pliers under a pil
low. He drank the whisky and
otherwise prepared himself for the
murder. , jjff
Took More Drinks
The' Snyders, Albert and Ruth,
and their - 9-year-old daughter
Lorraine were at a bridge party.
They returned. Gray, squatted on
the floor in the upstairs bedroom
of the absent mother, a quart of
whisky beside him, heard them,
die drank drink after drink.
Then Mrs. Snyder put Lorraine, to
bed and came to him. She whis
pered that all would soon be
Albert ' Snyder went to bed in
their bedroom. Mrs. Snyder, hav
ing disrobed, pretended to . sleep
beside him-' Then she camei into
her mother's room, in her night
gown. Gray drank more whisky.
He put on the rubber gloves. They
waited, whispering in the dark
-f " 'Now's the time,' Mrs. Snydef
said.". Gray testified, as spasms of
emotion shook bis body. Mrs
Snyder bowed her head and wept.
."She took me by the hand."
Gray continued. ; "1 had the sash
weight and the chloroform. She
had the pliers and the picture
wife. She led me ,to the door of
the room and opened it. She went
In, first and I followed. I had
my glasses off. I struck him once,
on the head as far as I could see.
1 ; must' have struck him a second
time, but he rose up and began to
The Best is None ,
too Good for
' EYES' EXAMINED ,
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I am sow thoroughly established
- la' my new location , :
Dr. L. R. Burdetto j
tUl Slrsi National Cask BaiKUaf
KV, 0 0. Li:
-;. i.; 8AYS$ :
We have a Reo. Speed
Wagon that runs fine
and .will make some
one the cheapest berry
truck they can buy.
Priced at $125
struggle with me." .
Kays Woman Struck .
"He yelled: 'Momie! Momie!
Don't let him do it. I had
dropped the sashweight. He
grappled with me. I could not
go on. I couldn't, have done it. He
would have got the best of me."
Then as. Albert Snyder called upon
her for help, Mrs. Snyder, Gray
said, picked up the fallen sash
weight and struck her husband on
After the murder Mrs. Snyder
was bound and about to be
gagged. She was lying on her
mother's bed. She asked him
when she would see him again.
Here Gray's emotions became too
great for repression, and be
sobbed out that he had told her
that he "was through with her and
everything and that he would
never see her again." It was
dawn. He went out of the house.
ORATORIO SOCIETY TO
GIVE SECOND PROGRAM
(Continued from Paga 1.)
This afternoon at 3 o'clock Mrs.
Martin Fereshetlan has made
plans for a delightful musicale. .
The many friends of Mrs. Ar
thur J. Rahn, mezzo-soprano, cos
tume artist, are anticipating her
appearance at 9 oelock tonight at
the Elsinore theater.
Tonieht's foimal concert will
take place at St. Joseph's Audi
torium at 8 o'clock. The public
is cordially Invited to attend the
following program which will be
given by the music department of
the Sacred Heart Academy:
Poet and Peasant, Franz von
Suppe Sacred Heart Academy
Break 0'Day.;"Sanderson Voice
Gavotte, Squire 'Cello, Evelyn
Emery, Elizabeth Waters, Agnes
Moisan. Piano Margaret Mary
ttlegie. Nollet Piano, Norma
Cavatina, Bohm Violin, Nancy
Thielseh. Piano Marguerite
Consolation. Deqnee Piano.
Gladys' La Forest.
(a) South "Winds, Scott.
(b) Fairy Pipers, Brewer. Voice
La , Cascade, Oberthur Harp
Duo, Anna Marie Radovan, Betty
The Blind Violinist, Carl
Schmidt Reading, Kathleen
The Swallows. Cowen Choral
(a) Andante From Fifth Synir
phony,. Tschaikowsky. -
-(b) Valse de Concert. Edmund
Severn Sen.ior Ensemble AU
Members of Class '27- . .
.Kamennoi Ostrow, Rubenstein
Piano. Thelma Porter. '.
La Mandoline Grande Fan
taisie Parrish , Alvers Harp,
Mary Jean Porter.
Mazurka de Concert. Ovid.Musin
-Violin, Eleanor Brown. Piano
Anna Marie Radovan,
Etude in F. Arensky Piano,
Nymphs and Fauns, Bemberg-
High School Chorus.
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t Say Paint
The greatest assurance of qual
ity is purchased from an insti
tution that knows paint. W
hare .been spreading paint tor
35 years. -:-
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254 Chemeketa, Tel. 921 - 7J
; It'a Time to Think of ,
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We Sell Martin Beaour 100 Per
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Reasonable prices. V Don't for
get one hern stitch in gv stamping,
button making and pleating.
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prer Busick's Telephone 1981
We hare ; testimonials
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PUGET SON 6-1
Leaning heavily on the offer
ings of Guest, the Loggers star
pitcher, the Willamette team earn
ed a 6 to 1 victory over College
of puget Sound : at Oxford Park
Wednesday afternoon. The same
teams' will play again at 1:30
o'clock this afternoon, and ,an
even closer game is predicted.
Wednesday's victory puts Wil
lamette in the lead for the North
west conference western division
title, but should the Loggers turn
the tables today, the champion
ship would still be in doubt, with
Linfield college as well as Puget
Sound a strong Contender. Lin
field ,also has not -yet been de
feated, having won a game from
The steady pitching of Led bet
ter was largely responsible for
Willamette's victory, although It
was backed up by perfect fielding.
Ledbetter did not allow more than
one hit to any inninr bnt th'
fifth, when three safe blows re
sulted in one run for the visitors.
A first inning rally, staged be
fore the Loggers' pitcher could
get steadied down turned out to
be enough for the Bearcats to win.
Dietz singled. Hauk walked. Kauf
man scored them both with a long
two bagger and then came home
himself, on Welch's double.
Singles by Ledbetter and Diets
and a free pass for Roundtree
gave Willamette another run in
the second inning. . In the fifth.
Hauk's two bagger and Kaufman's
single counted for another run,
and Hauk scored ' again in the
eighth when he tripled and Kauf
Wilson was Puget Sound's out
standing star at the plate, getting
three hits, one a two bagger, out
of four trips to the plate.
Spectacular fielding featured
the work of both teams. The only
error was a dropped third strike
and wild throw by the C. F. S.
catcher, and numorous chances to
score were spoiled by unsual feats
The box score:
AB R II
GiUihan. cf 4 0 1
Kepka, 2b 4 0 1
Ferguson, lb 4 0 0
Ganero. rf 4 0 0
Ruffo, c '4 0 0
Wilson, ss 4.13
Ginn, 3b 3 0 1
Hannus, If 3 0 0
Guest, p . , 2 0 1
Eirman, p 10 0
33 1 7
24 11 . 1
AB It H
Koundtree, If 3 0 0,
Dietz, cf 4 12
Hauk. 3b 3 3 2
Kaufman, c 4 1 3
Welch, lb 3 0 1
GJrod, ss 3 0 0
Ashby, 2b' 4 0 0
Robertson, rf 3 0 1
Ledbetter, p , 3 1 1
vTotals 30 6 10 27 .10 0
, Score by innings:
Puget Sound 000 010 000 1
Willamette 310010 01 6
Summary: Two base hits. Kauf-
, V HEMSTITCHING ,
, A and 10 cent per yard. Also
buttons, stamping and pleating-
LADD & BUSH, BANKERS
General Banking Busmesr
Office .Hoars frem lO sw m. to n. av
J: , : 1 .
FRIDAY, MAY 6T1I, 2, P. M. ,
463 . Ferry Street
1 " , Every Ranpc. Has Been Inspected and vr -!,
. 'i ' ReconditioxicU By " . .
yibbert & Todd ; , j
" ' 'Who vouch for their electrical condition
A SURPRISE FOR YOU ;
AT Rantre Will
yjyji. a . . . - Absolutely Free '
" ; At t Mi Friday, May 6 '
' ' Be Sure to
- ,H. F Woodry z
271 North CoRimercial .
man. Welch,- Hauk, Wilson? three
base hit, Hauk: ' j Sacrifice- hit,
Girod. Stolen oasesV Kaufman,
Wilson. Double play, Wilson to
Kepka to Ferguson.; vBasea' on
balls, off Ledbetter 7, by Guest
5, by Eirman 2. Passed ball, Kauf
man; wild pitch, Eirman. Umpire
Edwards. - - -
Hold Banquet -
The senior law class at Willam
ette university held a banquet at
the YMCA last night to which all
members of the law school faculty
were Invited. Speaker Were Rod
ney Alden, Bud Strayer, Lars
Bergvik, George Rhoten, Clifford
Moynihan. Prof: Max Page. Prof.
Willis Moore, Prof. Ray Smith
and Prof. Ronald C. Glover.
Booked a Drunks
, S. P. Nelson and George Belten
were booked as drunks at, the po
lice station last night.
A. L. Cummings, 495 South 25th
street, reported an accident last
night with W. M. McMorris.1195
North 18th street. j
Dan Tarpley had an automobile
collision last night witn Kenneth
Allen. Minor damage resulted.
William O. Marr died f t a Med'
ford hospital May 4, age 25 years;
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Marr of
1118 Hines street, Salem, and
brother of James Marr of San
Francisco, John G. Marr of Aber
deen, Wash.. Charles Marr of
Portland. Edward Marr of Salem,
and of Mrs. Carl A. Fischer of
Salem. Funeral arrangements to
be made later by Rigdon & Son. .
W. K. Shinn died at a local hos
pital. May 3. at the age of 73 years.
He is survived by two brothers.
T. Shinn of Portland and E. P.
Shinn of Marcola, Or. The re
mains are at the Webb funeral
parlors and funeral ' announce
ments will be made later.
Owen G, Norton died at a local
hospital May 3. at the age of 75
years. He leaves four daughters.
Mrs. Mary Taylor, of Klamath
Falls, Mrs. G. K. Halley of Sheri
dan, Wyo., Mrs. R. WV Spratt of
Ten Sleep. Wyo.. and Mrs. Ola
Stout of Powell, Wyo.; two broth
ers, A. C. and Charles Norton of
Ohio; one sister. Mrs. A. C. Ache-
son of Ohio. The remains are at
the Webb funeral parlors. Fune
ral announcements later.
and thoughtful rules of
reverent conduct are
the. simple creed of our
fine sefviee. - ; ;
Licensed Lady Mortician
770 ' Chemeketa Street
Bedding and Window Box
Are now ready, aim fine line
of ahruba and perennials.
O. F. BREITHATJPT
TeZephone SSO - 512 State SU
Be Given Awav
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THURSDAY NIGHT -
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6:uo-9:UO KtW 49lr. U!nnr con
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6:e0-6:30 KKX 2 12 . , mrk
anrl fim ajmK. .
R;lwl-7:K KTMIt f3t. Music.
6:30-7:30 KF.X. The KF.X Irio.
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7:00-7:25 KOIN. Amuarmrnl guide and
bullti nR.- -. - i
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(2li3). KtbUiz Mury.
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Kadio qiifRtioiis and
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Ruth Agnew, Larile
Pfiidio ii-neran. "i
She Comes to v-"
that Wilson dressed women are arnonff the
best dressed women, at any function Their
costumes are more than up-to-the-minut
thfey show care and evident good taste, in
their selection. Always has she fouhd that!.."
the style information obtained here is corr .
rect, and every observing woman kriOws that : .
Wilson's Fashion Shop is. the first tb laiincli
a hew fashion.; fc ! ' "v
Moreover, when you choose your wardrobe "r
here,: consciously or
begun to save money
Style and Quality
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To brighten ;her memories pf this occasion
New styledrcss footwear for all ocbasionsjil-the wanted
colors and leather, that are good looking and comfortable
at price range from
House or Bedroom Slip; ;rs.
, In Satin, Felt or Leather at From
- ; 95c to $4.75 :
The kind that are always appreciated by I 'others
51.00, $1.50, 51.65, 52.00 and V?J'Q r?Ar
41S State Street
fc l5-:30 KF3R. Radirt code ela run
ducted t Ahy pion.
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