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' THE OREGON STATESMAN,. SALEM. OREGON
SUNDAY 'MORNING;- MAxYltffrifr27.. -i
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APID developing and printing of your films. Camera
supplies that are fresh and dependable. We'll help
to make your summer more enjoyable.
THE CAPITAL DRUG STORE
Agent OWL DRUG CO. Products
Son Born Friday
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
W. Mears on Friday. May 27, in
Portland, a son weighing nine and
one-half pounds. He will be called
Donald. Mrs. Meara was formerly
Margaret Matthes and is a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. EL A. Matthes
Open Sunday 8:30 am. Until
Noon; Monday, 8:30 a. m. until
11 a. m. Adams. Florist, 453 Court
YLitinjr In saiem
Mrs. Reeder had as her guests
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Or me ween air. uuu mis. mcaur
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f Kent. Wash., and Dr. and Mrs.
Bell of Astoria and his sister, Mrs.
Jlurst of Silverton.
Dad Watson Crystal Garden
Thursday. Real Old Time dance.
, , m29
Fresh From the Field
Cut flowers for decoration day.
1 Ms miles from city limits on Jef
ferson highway. Public always
welcome to visit eur Perennial
Gardens. Ernest- Infer, Salem's
leading Landscape Gardener.
Phone 69F2. ,m28
Stop for Visit-Here--r i'l '
Mrs. Helen Hendrix and son of
Neliga, Neb., motored? through jSa
lorn recently on their way to-California.
They stopped, here for a
srrt visit with Mr. and Mrs. L.
H'Nter on North 17th street.
MnTHendrix father, and mother
were pupils in the. school taught
by L. H. Luter in Antelope county,
Nebraska," in 1875.
Dancing Every Friday
Domes' hall, McCoy. -
the alley in block two of Watts
Lpnd Vanduyn additions, has been
yled with the city recorder. There
tre 18 names on the petition.
Geraniums, Special Blooming- ...
Large and small box plants 10c
up; bedding plants, 25c doz; also
arrange porch boxes to order. Mrs.
Hall, end South' 12th, box 28. m29
A $10 fine was imposed on H.
Shoemaker route 3. W6odburn. in
Justice court yesterday morning
"when he was convicted of oper
ating his motor vehicle with im
proper license plates. He was ar
rested by a state'traffic officer.
Dollar dinner served 1:45 to 8
every evening. BZftf
Tell Friends Dad Watson
And his real old time 8 piece
orchestra. Crystal Garden Thurs
day. Real Old Time music.
dances, steps. No jazz. m29
A total of 42 women registered
for wprk at the United States em
ployment office during the week
ailing last night, of which 16
re reported placed.'- Of those
glstered 26 were agricultural
orkers. three were office clerks,
Thursday, June 2
l:SO P. M. '
1507 Chemeketa Street :
Piano, phonograph, rugs
range, overstuffed davenport
and 2 chairs, beds, dressers,
all kinds of household f urni-:
:ure. kitchen utensils, dishes..
Lawn mower, fruit, ; tools,
books, etc.. . . ... ;
Bi?3- Stevenson and family are
i.rT'rjMriK to Illinois aaA everv-
ing goes without reserve. -
F. N. WOODRY
Salem's Leading Auctioneer
I Pay Cash for Used
DO IT TONIGHT
NEWS IN BRIEF
fire cannery workers and eight
were hotel and restaurant workers.
In the men's division 165 applied
and 70 were placed.
For Women and Children
Nothing equals osteopathy. Dr.
Marshall, Oregon Bldg. m29
Two Park Overtime
W. B. Feldman and Oscar
Schwabbauer were, contributors to
the city of $1 each yesterday as
the result of overtime parking on
See John H. Scott's
Land bargains this issue.
' Joseph O. Beatty and Valborg
E. Lqckert of this city secured a
marriage license in Portland Sat
urday, according to word received
Why Stick Around Tow
working for wages? Get a home
in the country. See John H. Scott's
land offer, this issue. m29
Go to Keskowli
About 15 members of the young
men's division at the YMCA left
last night for Neskowin where
they will enjoy a Memorial day
outing at the beach. Dr J. D. Mc
Cormick, dean of Kimball School
of Theology was In charge of the
Phil Bayea Tommy O'Brien
10 rounds boxine. Armorv arena
Thursday, June. 2. See this big
re-matcn. uood preliminaries, 2s
rounds of . boxing. j2
H. H. Jacobson. route 1. Mt.
Angel, drew a $10 fine in justice
court yesterday for operating his
motor vehicle with improper
Dance at Turner
Every Wednesday night.
Board man Returns-
Bob Boardmah, physical direc
tor at the YMCA, who has been
ill, returned to his duties yester
Filling station and garage in
good location in Salem. 305 First
National Bank Bldg. 21m29
Brown Gets Permit .
C. A. Brown will erect an $1800
dwelling at 356 Bush street, ac
cording to a permit issued yester
day. It was the first building per
mit to be Issued In three days.
And repairing. Glese-Powers
furniture Co. fttt
Vern Maxfield. an eloner from
the State hosnital.: was annrhnd
ed late Friday evening by officials
and returned to the institution. .
Salem Maid Ice Cream
Naff said. Sanitary. Confection
ery, 1587 State; Palm Confection
ery, 467 N. Chureh; The Nook.
379 North High. . m29
One License Issued "'
A marriage " license waa issued
yesterday to John H. Lens of San
Francisco and EloJse C. ,Elr of
Oregon City. The marriage took
piace yesterday at the First Con
gregational church inOregon City.
Ifa Tim to Think of
PAINTING and CLEANING UP
We Sell Martin Senour 100 Per
.; Cent Pur Paint h '. (
286 Commercial . TeL 6S9
1C27 FREE WALLPAPE3
' Call, phone or write - -
; BIAX O. BUREN
171 K. Commercial . Salem
Of TE. HUM f
HOW ABOUT THAT
camera yov PROMISED
Ford Coupe Recovered
A Ford coupe, reported stolen
from Mrs. E. T. Smith, 607 East
71st street, Portland, was prompt
ly recovered late Friday evening.
Open Sunday 8: SO a. m. Until
Noon; Monday, 8:30 a. m. until
11 a. m. Adams, Florist, 453 Court
Melvin Johnson, E. C. Holliday
and J. W. Wiegand have been
named appraisers of the Ruhamah
De Wees estate.
Card of Thanks
We wish to. express our deep
appreciation and thanks to our
many friends for their kindness
and floral offerings during our re
cent bereavement. Mr. and Mrs.
II. F. De Wees, Mr. and Mrs. W.
R. Stanton. m29
Petition of Heirs Received-
Petition of heirs for probate of
the will made by Pauline Tragi io
was received by the county court
yesterday. Proving of the will
and hearing on the petition will
take place Tuesday, May 31.
Water Tight Concrete
Ask the Oregon Gravel Co. how
to make it and what materials to
use. Phone 180. m29
Final Hearing Set
Final account on the adminis
tration of the UI S. Miller estate
was t filed with the county eourt
yesterday by S. M. Endicott, at
torney for the estate. The date
of final hearing has been set for
Summer nession beginning June
1, 1927. Lita Waters, 1E70 Court
street. Tel. 1150-W. m29
Jette Estate Invoiced
The estate of Louis A. Jette has
been appraised at $300 by S. M.
Endicott, W. W. McKinney and
Fresh Cut Garden Flowei
At Upjohns, 964 South Liberty
street. Phone 1700. m28
Mrs. Ida J. Yergen was yester
day appointed administratrix of
the $8,000 estate of her husband,
A. D. Yergen, who died intestate.
Geo. C. Will Music Store
Sells genuine needles, oil and
new parts for all makes of .sewing
machines. Sewing machines rented.
Lisle to Give Address
Charles J. Lisle, a Spanish War
veteran, will deliver an address
on the significance of Memorial
day at the First Methodist church
Sunday school at 10 a. m. today.
Has Heart Attack
An itinerant giving his name as
Frank Franklin, bound for San
Francisco,' experienced a sudden
heart attack as he was standing
near 405 South 12th street last
night. An officer was summoned
Reasonable prices. Don't for
get our hemstitching, stamping,
button making and pleating, i
: " THE PETITE SHOP
Over Buslck's Telephone 1SS1
ret al i
Tut Beat ' I'
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BMW M BtdB
$47 V. Osta't m
Tleter AtAiac Mirttm UmrtUm .
C M. LOCKWOOD ;
Boston Terrier. Puppies
Hftferty's Xing Jr.
h 0 (L 0,:
We have 1020 Pontiac
Coupe that has bad the best
of rare and looks like new,
with 90 per cent new robber
and fully equipped for
The Bom That
to take him to the police station
where a physician brought him
back to consciousness. He spent
the night at the jail.
We Pay 30 Cents
Per hundred pounds for your
old newspapers. Bring them in or
tall 398. Capital Bargain House.
Two Cars Stolen '
Two cars were reported stolen
to police officers last night. One
was an Oaklaivl touring car be
longing to Earl C. Burk, Dallas.
Oregon license number 117-434.
It was stolen from Court street.
The other was a Ford touring.
license 113-417, belonging to Bob
Austin, stolen from High street
early in the evening.
Arrested for Drunkenness-
Harry Townsend was arrested
last night for drunkenness and
lodged iu the city jail.
Fresh Cut Garden Flowers
At Upjohns, 964 South Liberty
street. Phone 1700. m2S
James Curran, inmate of the
boys' training school, made his
getaway yesterday morning and
had not been apprehended late
last night. The lad is 5 feet, 7
inches tall, weighs 140 pounds,
medium complexion, with blue
eyes. He was wearing khaki
trousers and a blue bhort.
Miss Kantner Returns
M iss Constance Kantner return
ed to her home in Salem yester
day after spending two weeks in
Seattle with her brother, Clifford,
and sister, Mrs. O. A. Thomas.
To Attend Church
Members of the Hal Hibbard
post, Spanish War veterans, will
attend the First Congregational
church this morning in a body.
Special Services Today
- Special services will be held by
the Salvation Army today at 11
and 8 o'clock. This afternoon a
service will be held at the' girls
industrial school. A number of
new officers will be commissioned
at the evening meeting. ,
L. J. Simeral, who was taken
suddenly ill last . Thursday with
pleurisy of the heart, is resting
easy now and expects to be at
tending to his duties' within a very
few days, according to reports
coming from his home in the Ellis
apartments last night.
Maorus Study Club
Enjoy Fine Luncheon
Members of the Maorus Study
club were delightfully entertained
with a one o'clock luncheon at
the Bluebird on Friday afternoon.
After the luncheon, a short busi
ness meeting followed. At this
time questions on county finances,
budgets and accounting were
studied. This lesson concluded
the questions on county govern
ment. Much information has been
secured during the study of this
phase of government.
Those present were: Mrs. Eliza
beth Barham, Mrs. Josephine
Butts, Mrs." Mayme Cooper, Mrs.
Store building and residence,
corner lot, 4 blocks out,
F. L. WOOD
341 State Street
AH Size Films, Kodaks, Devel
oping Our Specialty '
Prompt Service .
J. P. TYLER'S DRUG STORE
157 South Commercial .
"The Home of Drug Store
! . Service
6, 8 and 10 cents per yard. Also
buttons, stamping and pleating.
ANNA H. KRUEGEB
Over Miller's -Telephone 117
Treated by Osteopathy. Dietet
ics, Radiant Therapy and Elee
trleal Therapy Including . Dr.
Abrami Electronic. System.. -
No Charge for
DIL B. H. W1HLITE
1 pbyaSdaa said Sui geon .
CQ9 U. S. NatT. Dank Dl.
.i : - Ealexa, Oresom.
Where To Dine
Eat Your Sunday Dinner
At the Gray Bella." ,
Served all day at The Spa,
For Dinner This Evening I
Dollar dinner at tha Marlon
Chicken Dinner at the Lunch Box
181 S. Libertr St. Table for
ladies. Open all day.
Eat Tour Sunday Dinner
At the . Vallev Grill. 1EU a
Com'l. Under new management.
Eat at Mlnto'a
Chicken dinner, 50e,
For Sunday Don't Forget
The Nook, 379 N. High.
Eat Sunday Dinner
At Terminal Cafe.
Spoeial Dinner Today
And home made salads. State
Rose Evans, Airs. Eleanor Fox,
Mrs. Dories McCarthy. Mrs. Flor
ence Pugh, Mrs. Margaret Smith,
Mrs. Vida Stapleton, Mrs. Anna
Hendricks, Mrs. Minnie L.ee Tlb
betts and Mrs. Cecil Wenderoth.
Montana Club Holds
Plans Discussed for Holding lUg
Picnic Sometime in July
Over two hundred former resi
dents of Montana, met at the
Union Hall last evening, where
they partook of a potluck dinner.
After the dinner 18 members were
introduced. A lively business ses
sion was held and plans for the
big Montana picnic discussed. This
picnic will be held about the mid
dle of July and from the' assur
ance of cooperation that the club
has received from other cities and
towns it now looks as though it
would be the largest gathering of
Montana people ever held in the
state of Oregon.
C. F. Gillette, the president,
says the club has been as u red that
H. R. Cunningham, one of Mon
tana' best kown orators will
make the trip from Montana to
speak at the picnic.
A committee of eight consisting
of Dana E. Marshall. W. L. Mc
Cafferty, James Coate, F. D.
Clarke, H. A. Dakin. R. L. Gib
bins, E. W. Harland, and J. E.
Summers, have been appointed as
a committee to see to the arrange
ments. There will be a whole day
of fun. A program consisting of
speaking, sports and games. It is
planned not to have a dull minute.
After the business' the meeting
was turned over to the young peo
ple who furnished the entertain
ment for the evening, the most of
which was original and kept the
crowd in 'an uproar of laughter.
The program was a follows:
Song by Marshall sisters, an or
iginal stunt, reading by Ridgely
Miller; stunt, "The Courtln
stunt, "The Human Pipe Qrgan";
song. Patton brothers; stunt
"Trials of a Teacher"; "Piano
solo; playlet, "A Row In the
C A. LUTHY
In New Location
825 STATE STREET
Watches, Clocks and Jewelery
We don't care how sick your
watches are,, we hare spills for
all their ailments. ;
DR. PRESCOTT, Jeweler
201 N. Commercial
the battery man
service calls free.
540 Chemeketa Street
' Bedding and Window Box
Are now ready, also fine line
ox snruDS ana perennials.
C. Y. BREITHAUPT -A
Telephone 380 512, State St,
Cured While You Work
"Oregon Bldg. j ,
; ELECTRIC MOTORS
Rewound and Repaired. New or
Used Motors for Sale
YIBBEUT & TODD
131 S. lite ' v ?t TeL 3112
SEVEN INJURED IN TWO
V AUTOMOBILE WRECKS
- (Contiaaed from ps !.)
sedan, stopped on the highway one
mile north of the Maple Park ga
rage, to take a left hand turn.
Before starting up. their car was
struck by a coach driven. by Frank
E. McCaslin of Portland who was
acebmpanied by his wife: McCas
lin claimed that he was blinded by
lights on the highway and was
unable to see the halted Warden
car. j ' .
Just a few minutes after the
first crash, J. C. Scollard of Port
land, driving a light closed car,
piled into the melee, causing ad
ciUional damage to the first two
enrp and putting his own car al
rnost beyond repair.'
Mrs. Warden received a fractur
ed arm and deep lacerations about
the seal pand face. Her husband's
'ce was peppered with broken
glass from the windshield and
glass enclosures. Both McCaslin
and his wife were showered with
broken glass and suffered painful
contusions. Scollard shared in
the shower of cut glass and re
ceived in addition a long, deep cut
in his lef below the knee.
The Wardens and McCaslins
were on their week-end vacations
with picnics planned for" today.
Scollard was driving to a funeral,
according to Dr. Gerald B. Smith
who was called to the scene of
PRUNE MEETING WORK
ORGANIZED AT 0. A. C
(Continued from iaga l.
by most efficient methods of soil
management, harvesting and dry
J. N. Amundson, Silverton;
Henry Crawford, Roland Jory and
T. D. Trick of Salem have been
appointed on the warehouse stor
age and finance committee, In
this group the growers and other
representatives will consideY seas
onal carry-over, quality, preserva
tion and utilization of warehouse
receipts In financing growers.
Representatives of the federal in
termediate credit bank and of the
federal warehouse board will be
present to assist in these discus
E. W. Coulson of Scotts Mills.
Lloyd Reynolds, M. P. Adams,
George Hackert and W, I. Staley
of Salem are chosen for the im
porta nt committee on organiza
tion, which will consider the mat
ter of a plan of coordination of
non-affiliated selling agencies. The
much discussed Parker plan will
come up for discussion first In
this group, as well as all other
suggestions that may be offered."
The coming convention is not
only the largest but the most rep-
Too Iate To Classify
FOt:R ROOM FURXISHEn APART 1
merit. Close in. Gantge. Tel. 1422 J.
Route your freight via the
"Largest and Fastest Freighters
In the Intercoastal Trade."
Offices: Spaulding Building
Money refunded if It does not
cure your case
NELSON & HUNT, Druggist
Cor. Court and Liberty TeL 7
Men's and Ladies suits cleaned
and pressed, Sl.OO. Ladle' silk
dresses, 1.25v Coats rellned.
I3.0O. Men's suits pressed, 50c,
Buy Quality When Tou
The greatest assurance of qual
ity is purchased from an insti
tution that knows paint. We
have been spreading paint for
KENNEDY PAINTS CO.
254 Chemeketa, Tel. 9 2 1-6 7 9-J
A New Fully Modern 4 Room
Bungalow and Garage on
300 down, balance 125.00 per
! --iA month
rjLRICH A ROBERTS, Realtors
122 North Commercial .
GIFTS FOR All OCCASIONS
Silverware, Glassware, China
ware, Stamped Goods, Miscel
laneous Articles. ,
Variety and Gift Shop
' Mrs. Helen Prescott
291 N. Commercial, Salem, Ore.
Try Our Delicious':
DIack Cjit Restaurant
t -s,l Block
resentative conference In the his-
Uory of , the ' northwest prune in
dustry. .'. . vv;.'.:
In addition to the grower rep
resentatives from one Washing
ton- and nine Oregon p0untles, the
conference will include the com
mittee of five .which, .has -been
studying the problem, representa-
Mrs. Lethe Gearhart, age 80,
died at a local hospital today. She
is survived . by. three sons, Paul
and Frank, of Salem, and Burle of
Bandon, and one daughter,: Hazel
Funeral services will be held at
Webb's chapel at 10:30 Tuesday
: ', '
, Mudge '; . p.
George Herman Jtfudge died at
Caldwell. Idaho. May 24, age 57."
Survived by widow Mrs. George
H. Mudge of Caldwell, one sister.
Miss Margaret Mudee of Salem.
Funeral services Sunday afternoon
from Webb's chapel. Interment
Died, at the residence, 1434
Ferry , street. May 26, liattie J.
Halvorsen, age 73 years, wife of
M. C. Halvorsen, mother of M.
E. Halvorsen and M. John Halvor
sen of South Bend, ,Wash., Carl
Halvorsen of Forest aClty. Ipwa,
Ira D. Halvorsen of Corwith, Iowa,
and Mildred Halvorsen of Port
land; sister of Dr. H; B. Irish of
Forest City,! Iowa and Geo. Irish
of Britt. Iowa. Funeral services
will be held Tuesday at 10:30 a.
m. from Rigdon's mortuary.
Honorably based upon
the best modern and
scientific ideas have
made this firm a repu
tation of which we are
Perfect Funeral Service
Licensed .Lady Mortician
770 Chemeketa Street
YICK SO HERB CO.
J. H. LEONG, MGR.
Our life's work has
been spent in studying
the healing properties
of Chinese herbs and
now daily we relieve
those suffering from
stomach, liver and kid
ney trouble, rheuma
tism and gall stones,
also disorders of men,
Free Consultation, Call or Write
Open 9 A. M. to 8 P. M.
420 State St., Salem, Oregon
W 9 mv u
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
General Banking Business
: Office Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Long and Short Distance Hauling
- - Public and Privato Storago
Fireptoof Building r :
GRAIN, FEED AND S2ED
' :. Free Delivery to aay part of t&e city
QUOTATIONS ON APPLICATION
- ' PAUL TUAGLIO, Prcr
Day Telcjacns 23 . ' , lttzU T.!:r" -n? 1ZZ7-'
tiwa Backers, the state market v
agent representatives, of the mar- '
ketlng department of the Portland.
Chamber, of Commerce and one
or more meft from, the federal bu
reau -of .agricultural economics.
Electrical Refrigeration 5
Meeting With Great Favor-
.Electrical refrigeration Is meet
ing with great favor In this conn
munity -according to reports com
ing from " the C S.. Hamilton Fur
nltue company yesterday.
.They report that within the past
year 70 Electro Kolds have been
sold and everywhere they . ar:
pleasing the owners. They have
many delightful features, such as
freezing desserts, freezing Ice
cubes, for use in drinking water,
etc. r : - ... .
Pendleton Great federal re
clamation dam on McKay creek i
opened." . . - -
Quick Reliable Service
H. EGNER, 1615 Center Street"
Phones 852 and 1310-W
. Standard Equipment
Your Car Deserves
SEIBE RLINGS .
America's Finest Tire -
190 S. Commercial Tel. 471
From the Coolest Soda
. Fountain in Town
Plenty of free circulating
air that maintains a cool,
even temperature through
the whole day. , r ,
Drop in today and
C HA EFER'
135 Ncrth Commercial v, ,
' , - 1 Street
The Original Yellow Front"
Penslar Agency ,
PHONE 107 '
When Glasses1 Are
"APPEAL TO O'NEILL"
Dr. C. B. O'Neill
First NaUonal Bank Building