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THJ1 OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE IV
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THE CAPITAL DRUG
Ort Contribution I
The Salvation Army is recipient
f o ts contribution from the. La- i
UL H w ...mww..
v.iiov view r.intv! of ..Sum-.
mit fnr thfl relief
flood sufferers. The "fhany wasi
turned overt the array through.
Rev. F. L. CanlneUr Ot West Salem.
Friday I the Big Day
At P. N. Woodry's you'll find
your friends there. . Jnelo
Pioneer Family Visited ;-
Sunday saw the return V to Sa
lem, for a time, of menibers of an
old pioneer family, wbn Austin
Green and his wife, Geraldine
Green, and their little daughter.
Nancy, visited Mrs. Green's grand
mother. Mrs. A. N. Davidson, and
her aunt, Mrs. Mason Bishop. Mrs.
Green was born In Salem' at her
grandmother Davidson's home.
Jler father, Rupert Dafldon, was
also born and raised in Salem.
The Davidson came It? Salem in
1845 and the Gesners in 184 6.
Dollar dinners served 6:45 to S
vrv evenlnc. . . nJ6U
Judgment . Granted
A Judmep Coy default was grant
ed Chariest Cladekj yesterday In
'llttxOUCJt -lnr Wfvcase againax
Vrionahne. Attached property
ift be sold to satisfy-the claim
which involves two sums. S221.0;
and 129.18 and, interest. ,
Wanted Newspapers and Old
Magazines. We nay top prices.
Capital Bargain Hottse, 215 Cen
ter. Tel. 398. . . : r J
A motion to secure care and cus
tody of Jean Marcelie uonaiagpn
minor chUd, until the, suit mvoiv
irfg James Hi Donaldson and Vir
ginia B. Donaldson "is settled was
filed yesterday, by Mr. Donaldson.
BlggWt Auction Sale of the Tear
At P."N- Woodry's store, 1610
N Summer'St! Friday I 13 0 p. m.
can- -' ' 3 15
Files Complaint .
Complaining thatjTrnjHSt claims
of Thomas -Smith,, Sheil4 8mlth
and others to certain property
owned by her., have icatised depre-.
elation of valu. in the. real estate,
Mrs. E. E. Kennejl has asked the
circuit court to : make ahk investi
gation of the1 case ' and f Tender:
decree. Mrs. Kendall -asserts tfcat
..v, ,o. wi title to the Property
involved In the northwest 4uaief
of block 52. . .. flk?iiJ.i.i:'hjrA
Dahll Closing: .Out SaUj--
State fair,oUectlon. 84. bulbs,
1 viariiniua. mixed. 24 bulbs.
1.' Petland, rZ SUtB.
Issued Lit ease - - -1 . .
A marriage 'license wa issued
yesterday to Wiley E. Phelps. Ka
lama. and Ernestine B. Reed Sll
verton. . . 1 L - ;
Nearly New Piano I
Now In storage,Mwer leaT8.
will sell for $10 pet moat to re
sponsible party - or "will discount
for cash. To see piano, rito box
Z. J. Rlggs whose case against
h. k jprT Fidelity ft Plate
Glass company was ( decided
arainst him In clrcttlt court.' has
appealed tbe. decision to the su
preme court.. ?!
Furniture- From 4 Salem Home
Goes at auction Friday,-i:a u p.
IU. . . MW. J mm
ket. 1610 n; Summer. : Jne 15
Anneal Diamlssed vy.
The appeal to fe supreme court
of the case of B. .F. la Fontaine
versus 'Joe: Brown ' and . WIIHain
"rown was -dismissed-in a, man
late handed down-yesterday. e ; .
msoo Down , ' , . a
Your choice of 4 modern homes.
S4100 to 152501 All new mod
scant, ready, for you. Balance
exactly like rent. Becke & Hen
drlcks. 189 N. High street. Jl
Photo finishing on Velox
Owl Drug Company Products
NEWS M BRIEF
Sue for Divorce
Ethel Gonser has filed suit in
circuit court for a divorce from
Murray Gonser who she charges
ith cruel and inhuman treatment
$nd non-support. The two were
married in Spokane in 1922 and
have one child three years of age.
Gonser, according to the complaint
abducted the child last April, caus
ing disturbance during a time
when Mrs. Gonser was seriously
ill. The child is now in the care
df Mrs. Gonser. Permanent cus
tody is sought in the suit.
Auction Tonite IiSOP. M.
Furniture, rugs, linoleum, beds,
springs, mattresses, dishes, etc. F.
N. Woodry's, 1610 N. Summer St.
Writ of attachment for $223. IS
was awarded this morning to the
Cherry City Milling company
against Cosmopolitan Stores. Inc.
And repairing. ' Giese-Powers
Furniture Co. ,
Scoots Barn Camp Funds
Several boy scouts of Troop No.
6 are planning to earn the money
necessary to take them to the
Bcout-canrp JutyMrftt ws reaneS
by Scoutmaster Robert .Brady at
Kiwaais: club luncheon Tuesday.
This troop is sponsored by the Ki
wanians, and Brady asked that the
boys be given work if the members
had any for them, but emphasized
that they should be required to
earn the money, not given a "soft
Ire Cold Punch Will fie Serve!
Free at F. N. Woodry's big auc
tion sale, Friday. 1610 N. Summer
The Salem Kiwanis club has
been Invited to attend the charter
night ceremonies of the Dallas Ki
wanis club on the evening of Wed
nesday,; Jane 29:
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The First Methodist church Sun
day school will hold a picnic next
-Friday between 4 and 8 at Ha-
aer's greve. - Everyone is invitea.
Those desiring transportation are
asked to be at the church between
and G o'clock. .
Coys - Banquet Changed-
The boys' chorus banquet win
he-held 'Friday; evening. Instead of
ment made today by Dr. H. C. Ep
Boys on Oypsy Trip
Sixteen boys from the Tacoma
YMCA stopped for a time in Sa
lem yesterday, getting repairs to
their truck, and visiting in the
local T. on their way to San Francisco-and
back for gypsy trip
during the next 18 days. C. S.
Drake of the Tacoma YMCA is in
charge of the group. ; - .
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Former Student Marries ,
Howard Nottage, graduate of
Willamette university in 1926,
was married yesterday in .Seattle
to Tilda Grossem, a graduate of
University of .Washington, accord
ing to word , received ; here by
friends. Both have been teaching
in the Rentbn. Wash.,' high school
during the last year. Mr. Nottage
will continue, to teach in Renton
during the next year. -
Pays1 FJuo Yesterday
L. V. Handschy of Salem, who
pleaded guilty to operating a mo
tor vehicle without an operators'
license .Monday, appeared In jus
tice tourt yesterday and paid a
fine p: $10.; j
; i ; Casey's Quaranteed -
, RXICTJMATISM REMEDY,
MonT refunded If It does not
4 'cure your case r,
NCLSON A HUNT, DrsslsU -Cor.
Court and Liberty TsL 7
&f ene and Ladles suits cleaned
end pressed, f 1.00. Ladle' silk
dreaeee, f 15.. . Coata. rellaed.
: lien's suits rrecsed, COe.
a Orer. CuiIcVi
New Home Goes ,Up
A building permit was issued to
Charles T. Ellison yesterday to
build a one-story dwelling at 480
South 17th street, with an esti
mated cost of $1750.
Fined for Overloading
W. A. wangerin of Woodburn
was fined $20 yesterday in justice
court for operating a motor truck
on the highway with an overload
of 2,000 pounds.
Thieves Take Cast
The Malcolm Tire company,
Court and Commercial streets, re
ported yesterday that someone had
rifled the till or $60 in cash and
a check for $10.78 made out to
Adam Reznicaek. about 10 o'clock
yesterday morning while the clerk
in charge was in the back room.
Overtime Parkers Pay
Overtime parkers paying fines
into the city treasury yesterday
included Jack F. Lee. 116 Mar
ion street, $1: D. L. Craig, 1216
Court street, $1; C. S. Hamilton,
290 Front street, $1; P.- L.. Wood,
West Salem. $1. and Dr. A. G.
Bates, 205 E. Lincoln street $4.
Escape From. Boys School
Willard -MaceltB, Alvln MUes,
18, and Koy Hyatt, Inmates of the
boys training' school, made their
escape .-yesterday morning when
they broke away from a truck
driver while hauling wood near
Turner. Myles and Hyatt were
apprehended, last night near Jef
ferson. Fir Almost Takes Store
Fire from a rubbish pile at the
rear of the Cosmopolitan store, on
Liberty street, yesterday morning
almost caused a serious blazs when
it jumped to a small wooden L at
the back of the building. The
blaze was extinguished in a few
minutes, with damage to the ex
tent of about $50 done.
MELTON MOWBRAY, Eng.
(AP) Although scarcely six
years have passed since the Prince
of Wales made his debut in the
hunting field he can more than
hold his own In any company.
Reasonable prices. Don't for
get our hemstitching, stamping,
button making and pleating.
THE PETITE SHOP
Over Buslck's Telephone It II
Store building and residence,
corner lot, 4 blocks out.
F. L. WOOD
141 State Street
.. J. Hv LEONO, MGR.
Our life's work has
been spent In studying
the healing properties
of' Chinese herbs and
now dally we relieve
those suffering from
stomach, liver and kid
ney trouble, rheuma
tism and gall stones,
also disorders of men.
women and children.
Free Coasultatlost, Call or Write
: 420 State SC. Salem,
. ""WELL AGAIN"
To Whom It May Coeeern: ;
Before . I took treatments
fromiYlck So Herb Co. I had
suffered for three years from
rheumatism and kidney .trou
ble; I could-not sleep at night.
Other doctors were unable to
help me. r My friend advised
me to consult YIck So Herb Co.
After taking treatments for one
month.. I was able to work and
sleep again. I hope others may
be relieved. - ' "V v ; ?-r .
John K. York, 57D Spruce SC,
Portland; Ore 3S"or; 12, 1020.
We have some dandy buys
In Ford coupes and Ford
tourings, overhauled and In
exceptionally good condition.
'Priced from f ISO to S32.1.
"The House That Service Built
GUARDSMEN ON WAY TO
NEWLY ERECTED CAMP
(Coatinnnd from pg 1.)
Cecil Manning, William Irwin.
Max Burr is, Ole Thompson.
Daryl Proctor, Claud Fallin,
Joe Davis. Robert Irwin, Frank
Alfred, John George. Bryan Con
ley, Robert Kilchin. Willard
Privates First Class
Arthur Anderson. Kenneth
Brown, Doyle Carter, Frank
Cleary, Ernest Croshaw, Murray
Croshaw, Hetary Dimbat, George
Disbrow, Joe Fallin. Inland Gup
ton. Willard Hatch, . Warren
Keeney. Arlie Newberry, Arthur
Pickering. John Schaeffer. Dwight
Shaw, Lyle Shepherd, John Sills,
Alfred Ambrose. George Belt.
Jim Busch, Harold Busick, Ells
worth Dittmer, Roy Dixon, Henry
Feilen. Cyrenues Ferris, Finnis
Ferris. Richard Hughes, Robert
Hutcheon. Lewis Kays. Don Kelly.
Eugene Kenscher. George Lloyd,
Kola McClellan, Harry Need bam.
Carl Noeske, George Picard. How
ard Post. Kenneth Purdy. Will E.
Purdy, Dorsey Reeves, Jake
Reschke. Robert Ryan, Delmer
Russell, Chris Samuelson. Ralph
S. Schomp, Alvin Stiffler. Everett
Tasto. Joe Vincenzi. Paul Walp,
John Walling, John Wolf.
PRESIDENT DUE LODGE
BLACK HILLS TOMORROW
(Continued from p 1.)
kota, the state which will be his
host for the summer.
The first day of the two day
Journey was a banner day for the
children as both Mr. and Mrs.
Coolidge spotted them but fre
quently and waved and smiled.
One little lot in a bright red hat
was held aloft by its mother while
Mrs. Coolidge tugged at the presi
dent's coat to direct his attention
and told him to throw the young
ster a kiss. He did so;" almost
shyly, but even more reticent was
the wave that came back to him.
Although the president was now
We don't care how sick your
watches are, we have pills for
all their ailments.
DR. PRESCOTT. JeweSer
291 N. Commercial
Bedding and Window Box
Are now ready, also fine line
of shrubs and perennials.
C F. BREITHAUPT
Telephone 380 512 State St,
GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS I
ware. Stamped Goods! Miscel
Variety and Gift Shop
Mrs. Helen Prescott
291 N. Commercial, Salem, Ore.
Just a JLittle Above
CLOSED EVERT StyfDAY '
Percolated Coffee 6c
Black Cat Restaurant
ELECTRIC MOTORS 1
Rewound and Repaired New or
4T ' -
VIBBERT & TODD
Itl 8. High TeL 1111
150 K . One
South '-V Hlf
Liberty I -Jl from
Street Vy1 State
LADD & BUSH,- Bankers
Estalishsd 111 t - '
General Banking Business.
t Office Hours from 1 0 a m o t P. m
In the, heart of the great middle
western agricultural section, his
attaches for tonight at least did
not. Intend to let him forget his
eastern origin. A motion picture
called Th Yankee Skipper" was.
shown -in the president's car.
- The evening entertainment pro
gram also included a showing of
the motion picture taken during
Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh's
visit to Washington and included
fi view of the monument ceremony
n which Mr. Coolidge decorated
the flyer with the distinguished
Former Salem Residents
Gather at Willis Home
A large group of long time and
former Salem residents were
guests Sunday at the Spring Valley
country home of Col. and Mrs.
Percy Willis, former Salem resi
dents but now of Portland. The
Willis home, one of the finest in
Spring Valley, and famous for the
merry gatherings held there . 30
years and more ago. has recently
undergone a number of substan
tial improvements. -
Baseball, horseshoe pitching,
horseback riding, running and
jumping, and the exchange of
irany pleasant reminiscences serv
ed to recall to many of those pres
ent simiTar visits of an earlier May.
Those present were Capt. and
Mrs. Charles A. Murphy, Mr. and
Mrs. George S. Held, Mr. and Mrs.
Jordan Purvine, Mr. and Mrs. Har
vey Hinkle. Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
Paget and son Peer, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Purvine. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Frederick Purvine, Mr. and Mrs
Eugene T. Prescott, Mr. and Mrs.
Lowell C. Paget A and daughter
Patricia. Mrs. James A. Reming
ton. Mrs. Nellie Teneyhill, Miss
Remington. Miss Helen Scroggs.
Mi3S Elizabeth Scroggs. Miss Mar
gery Walling, Miss Alice Skipton,
Charles H. Thompson and Walker
Purvine. and the hosts. Col. and
Mrs. Percy Willis.
Riga Dispatch Says 28 More Offi
cers Shot at Moscow
LONDON, June 14. (AP)
Further executions in Russia are
reported from places bordering
on that country. A Riga dispatch
to the Daily Mail says that 28
more ex-czarist officers have been
shot at Moscow and' that the num
ber of shootings In reprisal tor the
assassination of Peter . Voikoff.
Soviet envoy at Warsaw, now ex
. New Fully Modern 4 Room
Bungalow and Garage on
1300 down, balance 12S.00 per
CTLRTCH Jk ROBERTS, Realtors
lit North Commercial
a A. LUTHY
In New Location
S23 STATE STREET
Watches, Clocks and Jewelery
It's Time to Thjnk of'
PAINTING end. CLEANING UP
We Sell Martin Senour 100 Per
Cent Pure Paint
286 N. Commercial Tel.
Quick Reliable Berrlee
H. EGNER, 1615 Center Street
Phone S52 and 1810-W j
8, 8 and It cents per yard. Also
buttons,' stamping and pleating:.
ANNA H. KRUEGER
Over MllUr'a Telephone 11?
the ' battery man
service calls free.
540 Chemeketa Street
1927 FREE WALLPAPE3
- SAMPLE BOOKS ;
: Call, phone" or write
MAX O. BTJREN '
178 N. Commercial Salem
Polk Jail Breaker Caught
at Hiding Place in Salem
William Mattox, who escaped
from the Polk county jail on May
9, wu captured Monday evening
in Salem by Officers Olson and
Smart, after they had trailed his
wife to his hiding place in a bouse
at Capitol and Norway streets.
Matton was serving time on two
liquor charges- at the time of his
escape, working out two fines of
$500 and $275. He made his es
cape by digging through a brick
wall, after he had previously re
fused to escape when another in
mate dug out.
He was returned to the Polk
county jail In Dallas Tuesday.
LINDY ELUDES. NEWSMEN
WHO SEEK INTERVIEWS
(Continued from pf 1.)
attended the luncheon, alone and
left before it was through.
Then Bruno, 'who apparently
was also playing hide and seek or
tag or something, announced that
Lindbergh had gone to Newark,
N. J., thence to proceed to Wash
ington to fly his Spirit" back in
time to attend the city-dinner in
his honor at the Commodore.
This announcement stood up
just about long enough to get in
print. Then . it was discovered
that the flier had made another
trip to Long Island and that in
stead of being at Newark he was
up in the rain above Curtiss field,
circling about in a special Curtiss
Oriole and "feeling out" the fly
He came down after 20 minutes
to announce that they didn't fel
so good. When he was informed
that Boiling field at Washington
was under water due to the day
long downfall he announced that
the flight was definitely off until
Then he started off in an auto
mobile for "New York" but
1 :30 P. M. x
F. N. WOODRY'S
liO X. Summer St.
Furniture From Four Salem
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Long and Short Distance Hauling
Public and Private Storage .
GRAIN, FEED AND SEED
Free Delivery to aay part of the city
QUOTATIONS ON APPLICATION
PAUL TRAGLIO, Projv
Day Telephone 28 Night Telephone 1267-W
Biggest Unreserved Furniture
Furniture from four Salem homes moved to F. N. Woodry's
auction market. 1610 North Summer street, for the convenience
of the public where it's cool and comfortable. t v
FREE ICi; COLD PUNCH , SERVED TO EVERYBODY
1 Cheney phonograph and records, 1 walnut and cane cut velour
davenport, also rocker and chair to match; i upholstered walnut
rockers, a lovely pair; 1 walnut Windsor rocker, X walnut Wind
sor arm chair, 1 walnut finish steel Simmons bed, 1 Ivory finish
steel Simmons bed, , Z coll Simmons springs. .1 Simmons silk
floss mattress, 1 cotton mattress. 1' child's bed,. 1 oak extension
tablet 6 oak diners with leather seats, 1 oak china cabinet. 1 oak
i nv ritin rtv anit honkcase. 1 lovely birdsere maple
' dresser. 1 lovely walnut dresser,
1 leather lounge. 1 hreaaiasc lame ana cnairs, x reeu 7 -
riage," lelectric floor lamp.' fern baskets, " 1 -electric washing,
machine A-l, X refrigerator, 4 beds, springs and mattresses, 1
Axminster 9x12, 2 linoleum rugs 9x12, 1 lawn mower," linoleum,
1 50-foot garden hose, 1 good 6-hole range, oak high chair, fruit
Jars, pictures,, tools, brooms, kitchen utensils, new 42-piece set
Bavaria'chlna dishes, and many other miscellaneous articles, ,
IRS. LILLIE RORIXSOX, W. 1. MURRY. MRS. CLYDE LA W
HEAD, LLOYD J5. HKSTXUT. Administrator of th IttJe K.
lVoodwanl Kstate, Owners. , " . , -
JF. N. WOODRY . ,
'-.. J i Years Salem's Leading Auctioneer V Charge
Sale Held on Friday, 1 :S0 P. JL -1C10 North. Summer Street
V J l' BE OS TIME ' '
stopped off In Garden .City at the
home of Frank H. Russell. Vice
president of the. Curt las company,
where he had lunch and spent the
afternoon. . , -
Died at Portland. Monday. June
13th, Mrs: Emma L. Young, age
63 years, mother of Mrs. Ruth
Allhanda of Watseka, Illinois. Mrs.
Helen Allhands of Leadore.-Idaho,
and Jean Monroe of Portland, sis
ter of Mrs. Belle,' Crawford of
Ottumwa, ' Iowa. Loren Speck of
Spokane; Charles Speck' of Med
ford and Bert Speck of Salt Lake
City. Funeral services Friday,
June 17th at '2- p. m. from the
Rigdon mortuary, interment City
In thUity June 11, George W.
HoIiandnaKed 39 years. He $.19
the husband of Mrs. Elsie Holland
The remains are being forwarded
by 1 Rigdon mortuary.to Tacomai
Wash., for funeral services and in
Died in this city on Juno .14,
Henry B. Sweet, aged 74. The ret
mains are being shipped to Cuh
man. Ore., for. burial and inteiv
ment by Rigdon mortuary.
Perfect Funeral Service
Licensed Lady Mortician
v 770 ChemeketSi Street .
. Telephone 724
F. N. WOODRY'S
1610 N. Summer
Furniture of every description,
rugs, linoleum, ' dishes, and
most everything you may want
you will find , it at- Woodry's.
Terms cash. '
Private Sales Daily
I Pay Cash for 1'mhI Furniture
Auction Friday 1:30 P. M.
17 1:30 P.
1 oak dresser, 1 oak chiffonier.
Oh, BOY What a
MAN! .' . J
When Harry first covert
up his calves he uncov
ers a lot of secret ambi
tions. -He wants to do .
somethings BIG so they
let him wash an Ele-i
1 . ".:
Regular $6.00, $6.50, '$70
and f 8.50 -Values ,
SEE Yourself and .
" : In These
See Our, Windows and
Real Values for This
Let this event . be your cue
to purchase that outfit now
344 State St-Sa1?-i