The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, June 14, 1927, Page 6, Image 6

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TUESDAY AiGaNINO, JUNE 14, Vj2J-
shipper
m
Citjr Tigne Standing
. ; :w." L. Pct.:
m t . Bmt t .T77VV. 1 . . 'is 1 .900
MontaTllla 3 3 .667
Woodnieij . .
Nicolal . . . .
Camas . . . ;'.
,4
3
6
6
.4.00
..375
.333
Sunday' Reault
Ralem 1?. Nicolal S. .
Ml, Scott S4. Montarilla 2-3.
W. O. .W... Camas -
Nirolat may .bad a
strengthened -learn.; but safe bits
are safe, bits no matter who U
fielding. ' and - so tbe Senators.-
gathering 1 bingles off the del-4
I very of Kus and. flow, .ma4 11
a track meet ai 'pxfQrPajrk Sun
day, nicking the platter 12 times.
whle Sax. pitching hla f jrst tfajne
for .Sale.tB. let plenty of jtnen reach
first baae-but kept all IwU.tw.o of
. them,, from .scoring,, t . , ., ..,
the doorpjake.rft avo promise
in tne early inning of iyjhg up to
the, reputation "vrhtch" preceded
them, but the numerous, runners
thai reached the jath (wrie ,heW
there. Sax. .tighjjeatn .in, each
ease: and then lirthfc third the
Senators -tiroke- loose .and srotfii.
four. runs. - ; -----.- t
Edwards walked and Sax drew.
a free. tickelipn.hlja pitched
balj. jJiy SuULTa, AiFhen
he attempted jqcrJLfJfe and, the
Nlcplal f ir ,haseraftn ,was Polled
off the"' bap! The hases -were, full
and nobody oujJtha ;oe $ulit
van, ; new second baseman, ihtro
riuea"vbImReif 'lo-itbe - fans by
rracKlrig out a.Klngte ta rlht f ield
went to second P the throw, to
piate, ana me s-pruufri!...cuiri
when Gelemail doubtedV'oxer the
right field feiceJ
, Nlcolai'ar.un were pbtajne.d in
the '.tbird aajil (dnrU...DrIpcipally
on erratic pitching.
Two xtra.aiasfr: bits .figured in
t he ixt f 6r(ne , for Jj Sena,tqrs.
In the sixAh. RteersJjit, avtwo bag
per to center fiefd and Jacobber
Ker triole.torrljhuj S -'t22
The wildest rally of all catne
in tie eeTentb. nben belfteors
scored six run off .. Igbl . fleap
hlttj two of whtcb. w"re made hy
"Ma nager Edwards; - wbo'-. opened
the season with a sloxJe o'verjBec-
oud ' Sax sacrificeUm;'alwk.nd
1 he sroYe on IBiUr Sulllyan's .sln-
felel Joe SuUivan was pafe on a
f relde r:s cfioicer S i lFca li gbT olnK
to third. Coleman poled, boa out.
scoring Joe umu - v1
him; Steers and Jacobbeger "bit
twofbaggers. Steers. acorlnr4'h.efi
rarae the third two bagger. Jrom
niitlnn' .hat. Md Jacobberger,
KcoSfed. Irauk8fogieK4elliinGi
nidlAga to gUrd,and .the: sbort-j
Ftojjracored on Edwards' .seoona
hit, or. the inning.
The final run cameIn -the. ninth
whn Itidings walked. w.epti;to,
thUd -on a single by JJauk and
Ecored-on Edwards sacrifice. ;IK
addition, to getting two double
plays. Ridings robbed the biltQ?
of Jilts and runs by his spectacu
larJieldAng pp, titpioccaBio ,,n.
The box seore-T. ,a!.
' . . Salens
.AlBt;.H.;P.0.A..E
W. SulliTan lb 5, 4-
'5
.T. Snlljvap. 2,)iy4 ..2
r; olmAn. ci . 1
steers; if . . . . 5 ' a
Jacqberger. rf 5 .1
TtiAvngaBS .A t, 2
Tlauk3b . Ky 0
Kd waras; c v. 5 2
1
-2
:'.Z
2
'2
2
1'
0
3
1
1
P
b
.0
4
.1
12
0
o
4
0
Totabi;;.;. 3912 ,16 j . J
fA..pVR;l. P.O. A. E.
Yett. ,2b ....4
BuxslM, as . . 2;
Kqrhoaen'. Jf ; X
BotheVrcf . . .5
E. iKufr;' p . . 3
McCluskey, rf -2
4
0
:
0
0
;1
0
o
l
0
o
4
1 2
2
-i
,o
l
.i
0
.1
.1
0
.0
0
0
0
.3
2
0
4
2
:i
i
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ft
BradlTttcb. 3b 4
t;ioes, id . .
' Glasontc . ,
Bif0ner. rf .'
4
.4
.1
.1
3 i
Total
..33 2 7 27 11
Summary innings .pllched by
E. Kuaa .6 .2-3, .ClQr.2:.t.-3, Sax.9 ;
at batoXf. JCuas .31, .Sax 33s plow
8 ; lrun'a scored'off, Kuss" lo. Sax:
2. Clow 2; runs responsible for.
Clow 2, Kuii J6.Sai;trncV
out; by, Kusii 4.;,Clow tf. Sax 4l5:'
bases ob Daiuf, mx.- - j;io -.-s
Koss l: bit j'by Jitched .ball, 'Sax
by, Kasa. Bottlejr .vbjr Saxj jrib
pitches. Sax. 2 : lefi on base. Sa
leni Nlcolaf 1 ;; ;;heo run
iverybodys boqsiing:
tlx Pirfttsr.viazeri pitch
rst ' and cxXozM to ' ths
MI
mm
- - If- . f '1
Ck7emar;TinreebSlier hltJacin
berge'r; ; two base' hits, Edwards,
Ridings, Ooieman, Bottler, Steers
2; f sacrifice hits; Sax, Edwards;
caaght t,' itealin?, t . Jacobberferj
YeUdottble Diays. J. ;soiUvaji to,
WdlBga tolWilBnUlT3n.k'nmp .of
Sain; 2 -45 4 UitTnjflifes,, ft.Wton jktr
PORTLAND, June 13. (APi i
Twd.yfetorie pyerIoatayilhv yes-i
terda t VabA.strfet pa.,3LiO)
; M i,iir4ieJirit. an Jlt
innjaaifair rrT- iiwsed tyt.
Scott's lead In the Ci.tasehalL
league. ,, '.' ' '
At Camas the Woodmen dt t he-
World won, (r,qm thej jome -clqh,-
lO.fc.
PArap COMPANY ,
DEFEATS iiEGION
The Papermakers won , a close
gamV frprn the fjegion lasl night'
by ja score of 2 'to 1: It was a
pitchers' battle from start to fin
ish!' with the-honors about eye.'
BoiH Oodeans and Schnelly si ruck
ou eigb men'r" The ex'-soldlers
oniylally was' the' "res'tUfF of "a
double by '(lift, who Tafrr""stoIrf
third and scored rn a .harf throw.'
muiguiii kiuh w(ii r t(ie I .
E.l P. and ri("ffilatcflms In at-
t ion . w la fte' tZ m'6 r ro wn I'g h t Val ley
Aioior ana me unigmis or t'ouim-
iuri nut mo iiiwir Knur.
J I.ineups 'tor; I'asV nig hCs gamer'
Region flabrielsoh 2 b; Biddy
IIarntberger- in; Schnelly Tp. '
Papermakers Watson. ."Chap-1
man lb.VVerateer jfti. T,
s4i Imklns'fb'. ; ifTsink'JWishtp "SbV
deann'p. r ' s " ' ' " '
Empires Tafrd"' and 'Mason". '
ScJiTer-Earl -Paulsen? ' '
Amertcan lieajpin Standi uat
W.
3C
;' '32
29
2ft
24 "
24
'24
1.3
Pet.
,679
.C82
.588
;52fl
.471
.421
New York . .
17
23
23
24
27
27
.30
CMcago
PJHadelpbla
Ua'ihlnKton
Detroit
Cleveland . .
Bosfon.
PHILADELPHIA. June i.".:
( API Pinch . Uitter Eddie Col
lins tripIe-iii the-9tb "payed the
jW,ay fqr..a, 2,rub rally that enabled
tne-Phl'adelpbla. i.Uhletfc score a
.7 to C. victory over the Detroit
Score ' ir. IJ. E.
Detroit i . . 6 8 1
J'jiQadlphid ......... '-7 12 -2-
IToiibway and Woodall; Wal
be.'paf, flfJve and' CoThrane.
WASHINGTON. June 13.
While .'cirowder was holding the
WjjffVox; Vday to three hits and
d Sh ill out. the Senators batted
Biankeuah Ij andt JAbr.bard ,1f6r
iu if nBiniiuH itneup maae ar
least one hit and one run.-
' Scpre 4 R. H. E.
cbicagp ; . o s i
Wasalngibb .... . . . . 10 45 0
i'i ,BlW?i8hlp. Jacobs and
- noarS?. June 1 3.-Vangllder
pitxaed ,an -pld fashiooed game
agx!tikt;the Ref Sor tr.-ia S .
Jibuti wott the secqha game of the
9tXlAi'S.i.M: K. The pitcher ". held
Boston to S hltii and : id the rb
'tftilOK ' kpbeked 'a hdme '"fua 6VW
tfce!rr treia-fence.' ' - T 7 - "
St. Louis '. ! . . ........ 2 10 2
. : JO .,8.1-
""tkv'i. 41.. J.J . l Ji dl.. ,
AjfJ"1""- auo ocuang; wing-.
tield jrarTbis ;and .Mof,tnnii. .-
SMKW YQRK. June 13Flv
home jruhs .aided the Yankees in
4jhelr J4 ,to" C victory over clere-
um idda.- paschall ti l t6f tit
circuit .twice ihd , other homara
were' eon frib6ied' n'v ilakzefi, rDu
6f
dliTkandV!- 6.o 1
!Nw York is fc 1
, "fu'tJe; Karr. Ieysen,. Buckeye
ami AMire) .rennpck and. Collins
O
1 .
NATIOIf AC
ft
Nat i4nI League. 8tnding4 --r
Pittsburgh" Till:" 32
"f7
,19
20
' 24
31
2".
28
34
.653
.583
go......... a I
58;
.26
19
.19
NeiTork
Brooklyn
r44fir
Boston . .i.
.432
.404
.346
Philadelphia .'. .
VII I C At JO.
June 13,
UAP1
Tbe.CJUlja, won4elr ninth straight
game'l'today. dowhlnr New York
bx tt 6 to .'2 iebre. 'Shfrlff Blake
jraVe tthe ClahUi rftslut was
.i4.pii:&nly;. ii. tH 1st and 9th
sriw" -!tt 1 r v !
New York
2 Jl 0
Chicago
8 12 1
14 I'itwrmmoaii. "Henry And jTayr
PTT8BllRrm.' June" 1 3. The
.Ptrijeg Bo?ed.6ut Rrobklyn 4' to 3U
,Attbougn "otiihlt almost 2 to-1.'
PtCtabarblLUnined Its safeties ef
fectively." Panl Wanera borne rua
lIC:ayne "bAsertrgaire the
league leaders thejf whining mar-
Brootkyn ; ; v,.i i 4 . . . . 5'
Pittiburxh '..-i.i.'iV.-C' 4.7 6
: Barnes. , HcWeenyPetty .ind
Hargreayes; Kremerrr, ;nnt ' knd
phUadelpbLk at" St; Loa!a,! post-'
POlned. rfBi ' x r . -t:i j .. incnw.ivaa. uuu uuuick i ,f -fry,:
Mill
1 i III III ....
Toast league Stranding
: ' ' : ' : .w. J c. pet.
Oakland
' SO
44
3
. 39
2!
4 2
47
Sacrajnento . ,
San.Era.ncl3co.
Seattle . . . . .
fissions . . . ;
Portla'ad
Los vA"ngele3 .
4.
.4"
3.8
.as
26
S3
28
.S19
,514
.494
.4S0
;4to
,372
Hpltoody..
" SW FRANCISCO. Jnhe
i:
( A rTbe pSf ali t.pnbced S.eatt le.
toda,y. iS-,4, (n a anje interrupt
ed" by fcequeijt. wrangling; and
chasing froButbe .Held fL three
members of the .loglng club.
Wade Killifer. manager. was the
firU io go. ' Tie deputed Umpire
Magefkrirtas hectsYoh that Prdy.
center fie'ld. had dropped O'Doril's
lijr D.JIwnjie iifiuiu i-ijrjiy
fljjoiii it slipped Trom his fingers
whrtebe wa.H ttyingjo toss H'lo
I he left fielder, , , v
Balenr, and .Kldred. coachjng
at i Ifev.-'-J hird -'f'y
were ordered oi. ,inhe .pejt ..in
ning for VhouMpfc at the arbiter.
The game gave the San Fran-r
clfio team . 'the fferlea 4 - to 3.' KH
llfe .Rid be' would pro'tesT "f he
contest" io President 'rtdrry 'il-
uamsr , :
bre- " v ' .; Tt. .11 ! K.
Sefttfje 4 ii . r.
Saj ftancisro .... . . . . 12 14 0
Slafiin -and Schmidt :V jondy
arfde.;:'' - ;
.'o.Qiher gaju,e,s; sfhe4ulel.
HIS
. BEGIN.iOrJG RflCF
RAN ERANCISCO June 13
t fi,V) " -JEJleyen Jn4ian , marat,boq
rqpnera wiirstaftthe u4.80 .mile
endurance run between bere and
Crafts Pans, Ore., at 10 a. m..to
inorrow'' wneri Af Jertnings, former
tVafn robber, now mayor qf .Cres-
qt City. Cat, presses the trigger
of the same revolver he" carried in
bti outlaw days., , J '
' .Tift WnnerH.'eight of the-Ka
robk trilei of the upjier Klamath,
and three of the Zunl clan from
Xew Mexico', 1M tbn trbf to the
ausalito ferry,, ride acrosh the
bay and start ouj. From Sausaltto
hey must travel entirely on foot,
bul'they can' ret when, they' please
aci( either r.un or walk. To offi
(illly. finish-" 'ihera:ce,' they must
reach Gran'e&Pass Wifhln 15 days.
iUhoilgfi lt is exdectid Of raiie .of
ficials that the winder will make
the dtstancfe within a week.
'Approximately ;$ 300 wtlKgO to
tbewlbbefg. The 'first to Ilhish
wlUireceiyJ llboti ahd the. 'sieebnd
XA0 PdrTiave 'ald beeVliuig
tfjV for" the -ifst rtiisner to; pass
tbrpugn . Sanv Rafael, tTkiah.- For-
inna ann Kureaa. , .... .
Reunion of Irvine Ctan
rTo B.erlld-Here June 26
. The 'annual 'reunion f df 'tnV
Irvine Clan' will be5 Tield at the
ta t grounds; Salrtn . June 2 e . ' A
farke atYendince. is" antleipafed
and.it , ii earnesflfbjolpec that all
felativei w flf.be' presetif,' bringing
wirtllled baskets Lnrteh'-wllF be'
served at noon and there wiirfte
athplif aec&mmoda tidn's 1 h tb'e way
bf seats and tibles..
r.lbverndr Cind; Sirs: 'paiterson
wlf "be' 'heb'or'.goeists Of the-"occa-.
$nr-'-'-" V'1 : ' ' ..r r ' "
V! Xh in terRUpg progra m" Will be
feature bfhe gaCherlng.nclii d
inji srpeechVsf ord time songs, and
H?jLenle'mbree w)ll recite .in her
aiuai pteasjnTnanner. ;A general"
good"1 time -Ik assured'' r' e
l" ;the iflAers' bt tbe organ iznon
art: MinonMA'nterie
'Miss Nina' Slcfy',' 'Salem, vice
president-' Miss' Mattie Golden.
tebanoW secretary. . . '.'
jFOft BLACK HILLS
President and .large. Party Arrive
WARlNGtoVl,'Junfl 13 1
, AV) President and Irs. Cool
tdge.left tonight to spend the, sum-
merriB the, South Dakota Wak
.They are scheduled to reach the
state same Iodke,w,hJch Jian b,e!n.
S laced at their disposal. Wednes
ay .night, Tbey .wiii dejrajn. At
Rapid City and cover the last . 3 2
pjiles of their 1900 mile journey
by'motor. . .t j
a Jvccompanted by aa ub usually
Va'rge par(y wbic!i Included n of
rieWJtafft. servant,' secret -aeTlc
nien, newspaper.' reporters' " and
CDeduled to maae only one ex-
24- ji-TXIiaramq?
lad., .where the. president J?1JI Jle,
nXerMdd?s8,;tnia4ttQwaUSJE-.
PIUnSE IXTEllEST'
1 -r 1 . t .
. ; , , i n.iigiiiuu,t. j uuc - a.
(Ar ; ungiana s jajuuonaoio
race week, which begins .tomorrow
wlthlh Ascot, ata'kes van d. the
iSoid ; Vase: aa tb; principal tea
tufes. with itsiatletidant; pgeaat
2f 'feminine fash Iocs,? promises lo
photographers, the iprMldnt and
pi..; ciiptrtVA:-:5
o'c'lork f ro'ih ; 'asbmgfop on an
eiahtar i-$fenee?il raWH il . Is
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' JlPIGOLHillf
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i
PnTSBTTRGII. June 13. .
( A?.) -rlt will be VBqbby Jones
against'lhe field." Inthe' battle "of
IgolfiiiK plants that atarts ( tpmqtr-
row.ove,r.the vly.etJnrX and haz
ards ' of .be Oakmont country
club, with the American open'golf
championship ar'stae.' 1 , " '
The "stocky XVtahta' 'amateur,
present open champion of Oreat
jRriialn as the Unjted States, fates
a rormulable ,loretgn Held, ap
propriately ."enough, .in .defense of
hts lan re Is .hut .he. was. neverthe
less, a top heavy favorite among
players and experts alike today
aftrthe last practice" sb'ot'had
teen exploded ifom rtakmonl's
jricky assotmept or , traps f . and
bunkers. . . ". " '
In a game in which the mighty
on one . day may often .become, the
fallen on the next, Jones has been
consistency if self, dominating the
galaxy "in "a fashion' such" as few,
if any 'single star's "h1Ve "done 'l
fore: The old axiom that 'Anything
can happen," in.. sii(;h a test as the
72 .hole championship Krijjd
through the. next three days bs
buoyed some hope in. behalf of at
least 'a half doiten other aces, for
whom Jones will" be the "marked
man'
"Wee Bobby" Crnicksbank. de
honajr Johnny Farrell, Leo.DIegel
anF IJftinor' Ia.'rrjf,4.JCpo'per.
loohj In 'jheT 'rbn.t ,ia"rik! or '(he
Xhierican. "pros5;who twlll he epi
ning tjor j'lA..Jig,,tUIe whie J?lJm
Aubrey Boomer and Charley Whit
combe of the group of nine Brit
ish in vaders... likewise .have .their
followers. '
50 PARTICIPATE
IN SWIM MEET
.Oyer 50 boys took pari in the
first swiniming meet ..held at the
local Y MCA tank at,urday .after
noon. .The boys were divided into
Junior and" senior groups, accord
ing to size and age, t'" .,
lhiil' prownell stafred In the
junior group," winning firsts in the
20-yard swim, 0. yacd' swim, the
empty glass swim, blindfold swim
and being on the winning ' relay
team. Win - Xeedham almost as
consistently took second pMac'e in
these evehts. '
"In the'senior group, J. 'McGreg
or led'tKe Held wjh Jo.ur Jlrsts
and one second, and participation
in the winning relay .team.; -
The.under.watf!r swim was tak
en by Kenneth "Morris, at 95 ,feet.
If. Mosher and'W. Moshe'rMtied
with J. Devers and B. " Smith in
the watei. wrestlin; contest. "
Win Neednam1 took" the 'undeiv
Iwate Yfak U.lt distance. qf 20
feet; ' J. McGregor ived .16 fjpet
rof nrst place in. that, event. Mem
bers of the winning relay team
1 w"ece J.' .McGregor; O. .Moshef, P.
f Browne! r and B. Smith. t
.The meet was conducted under
the! direction of ..Bo'5"' Board man,
physical 3fr.ectbr '; ffaryey -.Brocl
swimming nrttqtqr, ,waa, cJejrk
,rirocK,
BURN NEGROES AT STAKE
t tj V
rtarJtles? AWasAl of iriirtlr frfken
,1X1 tjisVILLE, Miss.. June 13.
(.AP) Two negroes, accused of
slaying., Clare4cj Nichols, a saw
mill superintendent, "vrere seized
Uy '. a ttnob. early,, today, paraded
through the 'streets ; df Louisville
and then taken a shorj. distance
ffojin tofrn wjiere t hey w,ereiel
to' a Telephone pole aij.d.biirpe.d .to
death". . ' .
V. S. Permenter, deputy sheriff,
a Rd 1 .ftl.h.?T . Jff lar,s were tak-.
ing tne negroes,, to Jackson for
site keeping. 1 They were'"over
taken near Noxapaler" by a' ntibb
which deniajidejl the .prisoners.
The officers refused at first to sur
render them and fl red 'several shots
in the air-in an effort'to "frighten
t he m Ob," "wbosen u ni ber" wa s jest I
mated 'at O 5fi, "tt'ni the jtnob" was
i t
Governor, Mrs. Patterson
1 To Attend Rose-Festival
Governor and Mrs. Patterson
will. pass Thursday in Portland
wpere theywill attend the annual
Rbse FesMya.1, ; On ;iay:;jpey
wifl go. o, Gearbrt .wbefe .they
will be guests of Adjutant General
George A. White, hlle at Gear
haj't the govptfrlft'etew " the
rjrat Ion a I ; G na cd w h t K goe . In t o
annual ebcani pmen .Weitoesday.
Governor4 Jtdland ,fiart tey of
Washington has been invited to
jfol'n ,Goveor:Paf4erson"al Gear-
State Engineers' Of fice
lSends4i4oHedr Claims
ftfW;niiTdyeT ot :Che' state "en
gineer's department will . leave-
here today for Condon and other
. 1 Murn v irp.An rirmii wnnra inn
'i wu receive; Jajnisncppgcciwu
itb the. adjudication of the John
river. , - '
I Theywill be met at Condon "by
HbeaTLuper, state englBeer, who
Jias peen,condactin an, inTestiga-
II.." Jt.t.l.t-'' . . . . - . " . . . .
ima uuuit-k
the stream would be received by
the. state engineer.'" , . , i.
Employes of be state engineer's
bfftce, wno'jilU assist in . receiTing
the claims Include Misses CJara
Hbmyer anXena ChrUtensea and
R. VviFotte.r pnd Edwanf Humph-
reT' leu.- .!':-.- hi
M IMPROVEMENT
DORHTORY
AT KnfBAI.l.
.RCWfJOli to n"COlPlET
Improvements to be made at
Kimball School of Theology, con
s.isiqg majnlv of hr.rfni5ihing.pf
dormitory, rooms in theLthlrd' floor
Uf ihe school huilding. "wiU be un
dertaken in ft he .near .future, .was
the tentative decision f ",a com
mittee consisting of J. O. C.oltra.
R. C. CilPye.r, and Rev. i. JUfter
Fields, which met with President
J. M. Canse yesterday.
This committee was appointed
by the reeenf meeting of the board
of trustees of the school. 'At their
meeting yesterday thev consulted
with. fVU. Iiekge. ()ntracor! and
instructed h.im,.to ((lrw tip plans
for .the., d,ormllory rooms. Final
decision will he made. .when.. .the
plans are ready; and estimates re
ceived. t ... -.
Anoiner mm on 11 school com
mittee which met yenterday was
composed of (Ke' district snperlnr
tenffents of tle'.fregon conference
of ib'e .Alet'hodlst hurt'h. fiey.' A.
S.kflfsey,'Rey. A.' U Ilowartji. Rev,
I). S. Leech, and Rev. S. Chaney.
Thi? committee discussed the
opening of more pastoral .charges
for student ministers taking work
at Jvtmnau school, and recom
mended that inpre siu-h barges be
aHowed, beats'er."of ihe good' wprk
donf.d ur'BK ti he Jas'i years 'by' stnT
dent pa.8tofrt.
COLES PHILLIPS DIES
1. 1 . . ... .i t
Glorifiei- of 'incilcaii iIi-rIoiit
rfd; j.Pojjniai-s, Artist
NEW YORK. June 13. (AP)
The death of Clarence Coles
Phillips, whofce brush was a rival
of Floreuz Ziegfeld in glorifying
tbe' American girl, was mourned
today.
Mr. Phillfps; whose poptilarity
was built upon his illustrations
for magazines aud'bis depiction of
statusijue' gjrls sheer hosiery
and silken gajments iu advertise-;
meats, died last night in his home
at Sutton Manor. New Rochelle.
TTis death was not announced until
today, lie was 4 2 years old.
NEW CORPORATIONS
X
The Klectrlc Salesman Mann-.
facturing" company, with capital
stocTt pf $200,000 and headquar
ters in Portland, has been incor
porated by. Eugene "RlazlerV Eref
CV f owell ' and Eugene' E." Rhzir.
. Otn'et arlicle iled' in Uie state
corporation depa'rtnent follow: ;
M. S. Bovee company. Cor val -lis,
$10,000; J. B. Hellingsworth,
V. L. Youngblortd and M. H. Bo-s
Veei
Tbe Dalies Crushed Rock com
pany,. The Dajles, $5,000; Walter
W. Hart, Fred F. Thompson apd
W.'J'. SeufeVt" : . . '..
7 Frahcbj HPPly company, Port
land.'! 10, 000; arrolI.S. Francis,
II. R. Hamilton and Mi B, Meach-
am. :
United Parcel Service of Port
land. $50,000; Charles W. SodeW
strom", (eorge Casey and J. .E.
Casey! " '
",Vem Manufacturing company.
Portland. $50,d0p; A. .Vfer, J.,
Emoie and.1Cpqrad'P. )Ison. , j
S.no.boy . Ffnit niscrihutorsj
Washington corporation, $50,000:
permission granted to operate In'
Oregon".
Notices of dissolution 'file(t by
Nay and Senders, . inc., Albany,,
and Wallowa Community associa
tion, v ' "' : '
Two Fullgrowri Zebras
i Presented .to" Hwidenburg
BERLIN. (AP) r President
von Hindeburg" finds that he has
on his bands, not..thevtraditional
White, elephant, but .two beautiful
fuljgrown zebras. ' ". .
f he animals were sent td him
by. ! Ras TafaVi. ' prince , regent of
.Abyssinia as, a tp.Mn pf.eateejn.., .
wws . . .
, in unusual present .arriyea
With a hlp"me,n.t pXlhookeyV.-iack-als,
hyenas, aqtelopea . and. os
triches Jntehdejl for., a' 'German
dealer. President von Hindenburg
has. tnfned !nia gift over to the
Berliner Zoo""
Porllaritf Heavj damage by
mice and 'moles to tulips, lilies and
oiier1Jfo'Irepqr" " " '
tr j7frrnnnomvAb
' " .'
.Nolc Is Jierf.by.glven that the
undersigned has filed in the Coun
tyCourt o,f . the State, of Oregon
for? the ebunW Qfrfarion, his duly
.Verified finar account as Executor
qf4 the: last will and testament and
Estate of Lydlar E." -Marrs, de
ceased, and that said Court bas
fifediMondsT;rq,iitaN day . pf
7dirl7 at-the'our 6f ten
'tTdock A.Vt.' of saia'day,' as the
tjme. and the county court room
inr Jthe county iconrt honie in Sa
lem Marlon r Connty, Oregoh',' as
tbe place Xtnr hesrtng said tinil a'c
cbunt and all objeaions thereto. '
i pattMT at talent;'. Oregon,1 'tnls
to diy of Jane,ld2trJ:,'.
- 4 '"-ROBERTHTJCH CURRtN.
.. ;-inxeenttJi'.t'i& lt will and
': fslanieiitand;Teftale Af Lydia
v E. Marrs. eeSsed. ff
RQNAtB C, GC02ER,;
ECQJESJIP
Officers Installed by Lyle
Dunsmoor; Cliarter Pre
: senteel by McSherry i
STAYTON. June 13 (Special)
American Legion Post No. RS
ot this city was officially estab
lished tonight when the charter
was received and .the officers in
stalled. There were .40 .Legion
naires in attendance and several
came .from Saleni.
. 'George IMincan, commander,
called the meeting to order and
presented Irl S. McSherry of, Sa
lem, .executive" committeeman for
district number 2 of the Depart
ment, of Oregon, -.w hp spoke,, con
cerning the various activities ,in
which the Legion might partici
pate. He called attention to the
parade of peace time service, and
laid emphasis upon the member
ship work in the community. In
behalf of the national and state
departments of the Legion, Mr.
McSherry presented ,,lhe charter
to the local post. .
,Lyie Dunsmoor, commander of
Capital Post 'Number ! of Salem
served as installing officer for: the
evening. The regular ritual was
used and the following' installed:
fieprge ,D.in.cap, .commander,; ..Wil
ljam Swiff, .vice .commander Jim
Ilix, finance officer; Paul Kirch,
sergeant-at-arms; Dave John, ad
j ii t ant and "" Aldred Martin, his
torian. Victor McKenzie, state chair
man of Hie membership commit-t(-e;
was present and spoke briefly
mi the obtaining of new members.
In well chosen words he- paid fit
ting tribute to the late Clifford
Rtow'n of Saleni, a Legion nian
who was the friend of all.
Others ttd speak at the meeting
besides the newly elected officers
were H. R. White, Raymond lias
sett and Mr. Brown of Saleni, Mr.
Humphreys of Stayton. Enter
tainment for the evening was fur
nished by Rufe White and Lynran
Mac,bonald'. Miv MacDonald ren
dered two exceptionally fine solos
which were appreciated very
much. Mr. White performed in
his usal witty manner. .
Following the regular meeting
Walter Miller and ' his assistants
served refreshments to the hun
gry Legionnaires.
QUESTIONING DEFERRED
' " '' -
Papers for Return to Oregon of
De Autrcmonts Awaited
COLUMBUS,. Qhio, June 13. i
( A Pf,)v Farther questioning of
.Roy and Ray .De Autremont, Ore
gon .train bandit suspects captur
ed in Steubenville last week, was
deferred today by federal officials.
Capt. C. W. 'ii. Long. San Fran
cisco postal inspector, who inter
viewed the twin, brothers briefly
Sunday, indicated he would talk
to Gqjsi
J" 1 dt d' : H it
Every Tuesday and Fri-
dayy s p e e d y t 23-hour
coacH-train s p e c i a.l
-service and special re
duced fare. Leaves Salem
11:43 a. m.r over .Cascade
Line in daylight, arriving
San Francisco 10:3p a. m.
next day. t
Ride in a roomy, all
steel coacKoyerarrtooth,
rxckjballas.tcd roaUbed.
Kelax and rest. Free bb
. Nervation car loubge .and
.open platform. -
special dining and
uncf-ca menus at low
; tickets atthis Ipw fare
g4od brilyrqri these spe
cial coach trains. Prce
. baggageTaUdwance bf
, r, ,- '
m f imilarare and t erv
. i returning from San
Francisco every, Wedf
: ? neaday and Saturdayi
i at3.-0ap'.nv
t
A. A. MICKKK
14 N. Liberty t
to them again some time this
week b'ut "d'hl hot" further -illvaJge
his "plans". - "
Meanwhile, requisition papers
f prtheir yetum to Oregon ar6.be
jngs awaited. " Assistant - United
States Attprney-Barteles fbatrfin
d icated be will recommend . thai
the prisoners bf turned "over-. Jo
Oregon authorities and the 'pris
oners themselves have said it hey
will not .flght extradition. Z
MARVIN OPENING TALKER
State Librarian- Gives 'Address ats
Joint AsWria-feetJnRv -. 1
is .
GEARHART. Ore.. -June 13.--(API
- tLlhrarians . from Oregon
Washington and 'California i.ar
rivediliere today forhe three day
sesisons of the California associa
tion and the Pacific Northwest
Library association, " which are
,boldng a Joint con vention Jiere
today, tomorrow and Wednesdav.
Miss Cornelia, Marvin; Salem;
Judson T- Jennings, 'Seattle Job n
Ridington Vancouver, B.C., and
Milton J. FerguFon. Sacramento,
were among ihe opening speakers.
. . '
COMIISSIOXJ TO. MAKE STl'DY
PORTIXXn, June 13. ( AP)
The rchitionship of angling, com
mercial fishing, irrigation and
plilixation bf. watrr'for power will
be ntade the subject- of a survey
as ,i result of ,-clion taken today
at asjoipr .meetici? of ttije-ost-ate
game- an! f,,-b commissions.
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TUESDAT MOElfINO
9:4.Vtl ;30 :K-W tiitiil. Extreme
Id iiii I I :oi--KXI.t i:i9). Miiruing
III UK II.
lt:0(V-lJ:O KOIX (31. Hnnwifc '
1 )Mnr. . .
TUESDAY AFTERNOON
l'J :IH-I Kill V.- irt'n rtmrert
I - :IM. K KX. Popular orchtra
2 :0()-;j:0() KF.X. Matins. "
:O0-3:3 :KXI.. ,Mni-.
2 :: :tK'';V, Mmitie.-.
: : Kr . NhWk, nirtRK-.
r.: Of 16: no h.VV. C-'l-J). Twilistit ho.ir,
Xoti? of Assessment fir. the cost
of Improving; Cross Street from
the Kast Line of CTurrh Street
to the WextUne of 12tli Street.
Notice is hereby given that the
Comnion Council of the .City . of
.Salem. Oregon, will at or -about
7:10 p., m., on,: the 20th day of
June 1921, or at any subsequent
rfieetirig of theaid Council .there
after, in the counciL chambers of
the" city hall in . Salem, .. Oregon,
proceed to assess ' upon, - and
against each lot or pa.r,t thereof or
parcel of land liable therefor its
proportionate .share of the cost of
improving Crdss Street-'from the
east line of Church. Street to the
west line of 12th, Street in f the
City of Salem,. Marion County,
Oregon. " ? ' ; '
All persons interested in the
said assessments-are hereby noti
fied to appear' before the said
Council al said time and nlace and
l present ' tlielr objection, il any
iney nave, to saia assessment .ana
apply to; said Council to equalise
their proportionate share bf same.
By Order of tVie Common Coun
cil. June G. 1927. ' ' '
M. POIILSRN, City Recorder.
Date of first publication hereof
is, June'll, 1927. :
Date of final publication Thereof
will be June 14, 1927. f
j . ;
Notice. Of Assessment for he Cost
. tft IniprbvfnK Lesllo Street from
the KjtMt i.ino of .lStii street, to
tl :,WesV' Jifiie of ? lpUi ; Street.
Notice., is 'hereby-Riven that the
Common Council of the City 'of
Salem, Oregon," will, at or about
7:.-10 p. 411., on the 20th .day t
June, 1927. or at any subsequent
meeting of . said Council there
after m the council chamber at
the city bal.i . in .Salem, Oregon,
proceed to assess upon and against
each lot or part thereof W parcel
of land liable therejf or 'Jta , pro
portionate shared bt: the!(Jcos, t bf
lmprovn Jeslfe Street, frpm ti
east .line, of 12tb sStireet ;jta the
west line of 13th "Street," in the
City of Salem, "Mar ioa .County,
Oregon. i4iiStt"-.'. if. -
Al . persons. Interested Jn -.the
saa assessments are .hereby noti
fied to appear., before ,aid
Council at said ti nip and place apd
presem ,tneir, ,oojectups tt . any
tney iave, io saia assessment, and
apply ,to said. Cputil.tp. equalize
their proportionate share of same.
By .order of .the Common Coun
cil JUlieib, , ..... .........
Ttf. fOUtsEN, City Recorder.
Date of first publication hereof
is JllTIA 11 1 . :
, bate of final publication hereof
A'otice of Airoessment for tbe Cbstt
r Pr ,rIroHnK Sooth" 14th.' Street
froni ibe Houth, JJne, 1ab
Ktreet to the North Line of
Wilbur Street.
Notice Is hereby, given that the
Common Council of the" City ot
.aLim" OfemV jwiil, at of about
ft?" P-xmon:tn'e 2tb.; day.bf
June.192?; or at any subsequent
meeting of the' said. Council here;
alter In the coubil chamber at .the"
Jit Hail Jlnfeiem,i Qregbn. pro
ceed to assess .upon' and against
each 'lot or part 'hereof, or parcel
Po land. liaJjM'tjierefor jta propor
tionate share of ther cost otijm
nrovTng B'onth 14th Street .from
the south line of Lee Street to the
north Una of Wilbnr Street in the
City of - saigm; Oregoir. r: :;r '
VAll .persons interested - la- the
aaid lassessmenta are reby noti
fied 'to" appear ' before .(he said
Cornell at said time and place and
Sepent ? their t objections, if iany
ey bare, to said assessment, and
apply; 1.-aaid jCotipcil .to -equaiite
ther proportionate ahare of same.
4 3y order of tie Common Coun
cil JuHeC-127, Mi,
,jv J. M. POULSEN, CltyReeorder.
Bat of Jirst .puhjicatian hereof
is June 4t; 1957... ) . 4f .av
T)ata. of final pribilcation hereof
j-ftUi t June 14, las?.- -
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KIM
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Newest, National
Bank Building
ictory
-'BrAsrxrENT
Ie Luxe Sbinine Parlor
'T.xjter for Ladir b1 Genilfn;a
' SECOND Kl.O0a
Coffey' Photo SerTi-e
Tot. 70S.' Over th Hpi
' THIRD -FLOOR
Uorrik Optical Co. 301-302 3i
Dr. llnry K. Morrit. OptoujMrrt '
Telephone 2:1a
K. Gillette
lwyr
r-- 8oiu
-Telephone lOiti
SoeolofakV & Son, Tel. 970
.. Sl)4 .111'.
Rval r.staie, loana
Inuran.
FOURTH FLOOK
Dn, O'Neill A BurJette, Optoniriritu
Phune 6J5 l. 401.102 403 4u ur,
Ouardian Baildinf A Loan Aiwriatiuu
t?. Uayford Kly 418 Telephona 757
Villard H.
, Attorneta
Wirti and Paul F. Burria
410 411-412 Tel. Hi
Lane Morley, 4(13, Tel. 757; Kai. 1911 w
: t .sirm floor
Otfo.iR.VehM, If; D-, Phyiicfau it Surgeon
Bait 603 Tel.- 8378-2379 Kei. 7T
Kottia D. Day and Donald V. Mile
Attorney at Law-. '
. Telephon 133 : , 610 11 l J
15; K.- Bmili,
New' York Life
Haas C I
Telephone ltftf
lElOHTH FLOOR
Dr. O. Ward'Dai. General Dentiatrv
Teleplione'816, Open EvBiiiiiC. Keom 8uS
lr. H.M. 'Seofield . 808
Cliiropraetor, fJeurora IOmeter Service
L. N. Bandera, M. D., rhyaieiao a Surgeon
uite 810 Telephone 555; Ra. 2348
i I ' NINTEfHopR
m
Or. H". M.'Broirn, Ey - Er; Neie Throat
Speclalint. - finite 9ol
TENTH FLOOR
- Dr. W." A.' Jahasoa, Pentiat
relepboae 1285 - .U.-: ,
.1001
" . .Ctalmer Geo;;, D. D. 8.
: --' , . Oenerl tXtenlitry
E. Jf.'Onffin. D, J. Orthodontia
feleptione Hi ' :' ' finite lOOa-lOOt
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UNION -ROSTER )
O. ' . ' ' o
HOD CARRIERS AND BUrLDrKG LA.
borer Loca No. . 441, meet. Wed 8
jCnll 17 for ma,. v
CAPITOL) TYPOGRAPHIOAli ? UNION
-; Uo.. 210 President G. F, Krn; .tee
.retary. A.: -M. Chore.. lleets eee
.otid Saturday. 8 P'. . . ;
OARPENTKRS .ITNIOH IfO. ,105
, Weeta Thura."eToninjr. Herbert Hall,
' torevideot; ' Wm.1 Pettit, aeeretary.
Skilled . mechanic furnishad. . TeL 179.
, BALE M X1N I QK LABKLi IE AOUX
k a iJDor aii m eau or 'presi
des. - F: i V: ' 8er ecreUry Boi
449; Salem-, Ore.
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'KNIGHTS OF -.PTTHTAS" MEETS 'A
" McOornaek Hall, orer Miller', atore.
' .ry Satarday eoinr. V. 3. Tooze.
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REAL .ESTATE I
DIRECTORY
- BKCKE HENDRICKS f'"
199 N. High, '.. . t - TeL 1
' TjEE W. BELL '
603 Bank'ot Comurefr bldt. Tel. '484
P.' W, OEISKR
441 Cotirt.-
Telephone 2312
' - . MMlit W. 9RJte 5
New BHgVBM.. Tel '9485,
.. -riERTKUDE J, M. PAGE ' !
499 N;,ittate. . - - - f ; Tel. 1188
TRIANGLE 'KEALTt CO.
481 Qoart St. - - TeL HI
ULKICH ft ROBERTS
199 N. Ooamrcil. , : . ... TeL 1854
VICTOR -aCKXEIDER, Realtor
ltrx CoaX i , Tel 877
. SQUARE DEAL REALTf
TL S. Nat'l Bank Bid. . TeL 470
515-600-! KOI X. Topoy Tnrrey Timed.
5:50-6:00 KKX. Orpn concert. ,
TUESDAY, NIGHT .
8:OO-S:0O -KFWV- ZVi), . Amuneme n
- guide. - - -
6:(ii)-7:O0 KOYV C9'-)- Dinner eoB"-er.
6:K)-8r0-rr-KXL f3x!t). Mni'.
7:0&-7:15 KTHK AAA road report.
7:00 S:00 KOIN: tAmiinemeitt (uide and
(durational talks..
7:I5-M;30 KKJR (SC3). .Journal Jun
- ' iors. - " ,'-''' -
7:3O-t:0O KOW, EdacationtI projraA.
S:0O-9;O0 KKX. C1asiiiu.buur.. . t t-,
H ;0-9 :00 KXJj. Dtiuiat . old-time- r
' -rhestra'. ' :. --,
8.mio-:00 -KWV. Rtndio prorram. ;
9:0-IO:ot) KOW. NBC program.
9::io-llrou KiJlC "iuaie ot the
ltera. ' ' , .
10:00-12:00 KG W. . Kchin'a orchestra
and j-oloist. - ' - .: -
10:;-12:(O KEX. Kremer's orchestra
and Paul LaniBtoreanx.- -KUt
llakland (el). 6, orrhesjra; ,
The Pilgrim; 9, J(BC prosraui; 1,
aurprise broadcast. . ,
KJ Ie -A-iiegta (46T). "5:30, Haw-.-
aiiatts; 16.'.'S:15; 6:30, 8. i trine nar-
t; 9, MJO ..prosraai: U0, daace , or-
heRtra: ' ' ;
KPO Haa Traneisc6''C28). 5:80, th,U
" dren'k hour? S. K:a0. orchestra: 7, r-
chfstrat 7, orcheatra: 8. orean eoncerj
9, SBC progTana ; 10, dance orcnesir.
KHJ Lo Aecolea (405. 6.. trio; 6 :
0.
KFWI Sa KranViaco (250). fUw
iin 7. 8, 9, rchertr; 11:30. ny
teriooa hour. ;.
KFWO AtbIob (211). , e-30. nstr
KTAB -Oak land (303). . stamp
talk; 8:15. trio and eolouta. -
KFW B-i-nliT wood (252). . J. 7:30 S.
:trh hd aoloiatsr 'J. concert e.aeml.le)
end aoloists; 10, M'nbowl,onrv,.
KMX Hollywood' (337). 6 '"heslra.
,:S0, orhetr; 7. 7:30, 8. 9, 10. or.
;9,'-6rcbestr aad eoJoifti; 10, ix
KOMO Setl T306J. 6, tJ:15. orci
, tre ; 7 ::i, . oMiitre ; S. J" "
"t.lk;-5:t5. orchfitra; 9, NHG.ror
Iff, Hawaiian pmul; 10:45, 1.
iaa'ntiili tad trio. '. . .
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