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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING, jTJJNE 18 1027 q r
The entire surplus stock must be con
verted into cash in the next five days.
All IPrBcGG SDacfoedS
LOCilJWwS' IN BRIEF
Chamber Open Sunday
The Salem chamber of commerce
will be open all day Sunday, as it
is to be information headquarters
for the Grand Army encampment.
New Crop Clover Hay
Ready for immediate delivery,
$12 per ton. . Call Vlck Bros. J18
Attends Roe Festival
Miss Edith Burch, stenographer
at the city hall, was In Portland
yesterday1 attending the Rose Fes
tival. Fine Cable Made Piano, f 133
This is a real snap. Portland
Music Co., 3&5 N. High St. 19
Elected Grand Warden
Milton L. Meyers of Salem was
elected grand senior warden of
the Masonic order of Oregon at
the grand lodge session held in
Portland Thursday. Officers were
nUnery gie. Many New Hats
Popular prices, snappy styles,
every head size. Hats from SI to
13.75. Sales room. 145 N. High
St. Stiff Bldg. , J18
JUI4IIVK S CMHIV litIU-VJ
Acting on behalf of friends and
relatives of John Butchefc, Dr.
Nina Evaline Wood has claimed
J, the body of the man, who was
?j? hanged at the penitentiary here
hanged at tl
on June 10 f
1 wife, and it
for the murder of bis
has been taken to
p'j i oruana ior Duriai. ine lunerai
win ne neia unaer me auspices
ot the labor union to which Butch
Dahlia Closing Out Sain
State fair collection, 354 .bulbs,
$1; gladiolus, mixed, 24 bulbs,
11. Petland, 27 Slate. J2S
Thrown Front Auto
Roland Cleveland, 4-year-old son
of R. R. Cleveland, route 2, was
thrown from a ear driven by his
father yesterday, when the elder
Cleveland's car collided with a car
driven by Dr. 1. N. Sanders, 810
First National bank building, at
the intersection of Liberty, and
State street,,' Tte lad was badly
frightened, but otherwise unin
Damage to the cars was
35 Ilaby Grand New, S395
Terms, S10 a month. Portland
Music Co., 355 N. High. J19
Two women escaped from the
state feeble minded school late last
night. They were Florence Mater,
15, and Delia Bolton. 26.
V4 Popular Old Time tanc
. I)frhv hall Rat nlto
Ir. C. E. Prime, local practition
er, yesterday Instituted suit in cir
cuit court to collect $852.90
Haiiried to be due from John Davis
For professional services between
1920 and 1923. The total value
t the services amounted to
$1633,75. of which $780.85 have
been paid, according to the com
Apparel Sak. Many Beautiful
Attractive dresses and coats for
every summer occasion. Indoors
and out. Dresses from $3 to $19.75
Hy all means see them. Sales
room, 145 N. High St., Stilt Bldg.
SJJnswer Piled ' . . .
An answer In the case of P. L.
I-rfTi-b versus MrsT S. Wise, was
mea m circuit court yesterday.
5H C ash. Brand New
I Union made, . double construc
tion, ,deep basement, built In tub,
5 large rooms, and larcn attic;
wired electric Tinm. valor hpilnr
hardwood and .cork floors, cement
jwaiss in. two pavings paid in full,
; Total price, $4150.- ready to occu-!3y--
All balance exactly like rent
.See outside at 940 Highland are-
ue. . Becke 1iendriCk8f lt9 N.
High street ;-?l$
n . n m
Suit was filed in circuit court
yesterday by Copeland & Ryder
company of Wisconsin against H.
M. Styles to collect S3 6 6.4 2 said
to be due for some merchandise
New ' IT 50 Radio Table, f 10.73
Po.'tiand Music Co., 355 N. High
Kenneth E. Speakman. Newport
and Mary Lois Edge. 17, of Aums
ville were issued license to marry
New Crop Clover Hay
Ready for immediate delivery,
$12 per ton. Call Vick Bros. jl8
Here From Hunting Trip
Rev. Robert H. Brumblay, act
ing dean of the Kimball summer
school, recently returned from a
ten-day hunjlngand "fishing Jslp
lathe mountains near his home
at Walla Walla. Wash. He re
ports among other game killed a
pair of coyotes which were In pur
suit of a doe and two young fawns.
Drive By, Near .State House T
These three names for sale
RIGHT; $.1300 to 15250 1768
Court street and! 710 and 780 N
Summer street. Immediate pos
session on two. Terms. Becke &
4o. nign street. Jl
Will Fill Two Pulpits
Prof. William H. Hertzog of
Kimball school will preach in the
Methodist church at Amity Bun
day morning.' ia the absence of
Rev. H. H. Allen. In the evening
Professor Hertzog will preach at
a homecoming service in Dallas, in
the place of Rev. W. S. Gordon.
Here for Kimball School
Rev. Roy Jenkins of Hartline,
Wash., and Rev. L. C. Hicks of
Pomerpy, Wash., are among those
registered at the Kimball summer
school 4&Mr ministers now in ses
sion. Closing Out Salem Store
' Every piano must be sold re
gardless pT pride or terms. Port
land Musfc Co., 355 N. High. J19
Speaks In Chapel
Prof. C. M. Keefer gave the
second, of a series of addresses on
religious education at the Kim
ball summer school chapel ser
vice yesterday . morning. Other
talks, on this subject will be given
each day at the chap'el hour.
Wanted Newspapers and Old
Magazines. We pay top prices.
Capital Bargain House, 215 Cen
ter. Tel. 398. , J19
Maho Men Drive Here
Rev. Ray Mason motored to Sa
lem this week from Bonners Ferry,
Idaho, in company with Rer. Joel
M. Benton of Sand Point, Idaho,
and both are attending the Kim-
bull summer school.
And repairing. Giese-Powers
Furniture Co.- tiu
Discusslonx Are Held
A series of discussion groups
are being held each evening from
7 to 8:30 o'clock if or the benefit
of those attending the Kimball
summer school. "Pastoral Visit
lng" was the subject for discus
sion Thursday evening, and "Mid
week Service" was the topic, last
Many Ask About School-
A great-many parents have been
calling the office of, Superintendent
George. W. Hug to ask about the
summer school. for grade children
Pupils can register at Park or
FOR INFORMATION '
ABOUT LOCAL OR EASTERN
469 STATE STREET
Grant achools at 8 o'clock Monday
morning, when classes will start,
to the eighth, Mr. Hug states,
for work in all grades from first
Dance at Schindler's Tonight
Stage leaves Terminal 8:30. J18
School Escape Caught
A report from the state training
school for boys last evening stated
that Willard Moore, who escaped
with two others last Tuesday
while getting wood near Turner,
had been caught in Portland yes
terday and was being held for
officers from the school. ' The
other two boys were caught near
Jefferson a few hours after they
made their escape.
$62.1 Marshall & Kvendall
Piano, 1285, latest model: terms
$10 a month. Portland Music Co.,
355 N. High St., Salem. jl9
Son of Seattle Pastor Here
Homef Magee. son offTJf.'' J.
Ralph Magee, pastor of the First
Methodist church In Sfeattle. is a
student at the Kimball summer
school. The younger Magee is
himself pastor of a small Seattle
t.lve Your Fur
Richard Cox of Portland Friday
was reappointed by Governor Pat
terson a member of the Multnomah
county tax conservation commis
sion. He will serve for a term
ot four years.
Just a Real Good Time
Every Saturday. Hazel
Governor to Clatsop
Governor and Mrs. Patterson
left Portland Friday ror camp
Clatsop where they will be guests
of Adjutant General and Mrs. Geo.
White over the-week-end. a
reeeptioa. will- be held,Jat the camp
Sunday fn honor of "the governor
and adjutant general.
Hotel Marlon .
Dollar Sinners frerte 6; 41 to 8
very erasing, fc. .? fcZBU
Building Permit. Issued
O. F. Ogden was issued a permit
yesterday to make repairs on a
two story dwelling and garage at
914 Saginaw street, with an esti
mated cost ot .&u. AJiner per
mits issued Thursday were for a
one and a half story dwelling to
be erected at 2665 Maple street
by C. O. Larsen. value about $3,
000, and for the repairing of a
one-story dwelling belonging to
. RHEUMATISM REMEDY ; .
Money refunded If it does not
cure your case
KELSON HUNT, DraggteU )
Cor. Court and Liberty TeL 7
Men's and Ladles suits cleaned
aad pressed, f 1JOO. Ladies alDx
dressea, 91.23. Coats re lined,
I3.0O. Ilea's salts pi eased, 60c.
We serve breakfast, lunch
eon and dinner every day.
Also ' specialize in sand
wiches. f . . : .-
. Percolated Coffee 5c
ElzcR Cat Restaurant
too v .r"N' 0ne
South ' X J?
" I I -vj Block
Hbertir vliw-y tnta
Street j7 la State
We have a 1025 Ford tour
ing with new balloons, new
paint, lots of extras and in
perfect condition' in every
way for $ 330.00.
"The House That Service Built
Ben F. Wedel at 1886 N. Fourth
street, alf a cost oMSOO.
960 Used Player Piano, f23
Will accept your old piano or
phonograph as part payment, bal
ance, easy terms. The Portland
Musie Co., 355 N. High St., Salem.
Army Program Tonight
A special program for young
people will be given at the Sal
vation Army hall tonight at 8
o'clock. The program will, consist
of songs, instrumental mimbers,
and readings, and the public is
Anyone Having Rooms to Rent
To the GAR State Encampment
visitors June 20w 22, 23. phone
400,? after Sunday xe a.
Health Reports Coming In
A number of the Salem teachers
have already turned in the health
certificates to Superintendent Geo.
W. Hug's office, as required by
action of the school board this
Dance at Schindler's Tonight
Stage leaves Terminal 8:30. j!8
Will Teach at Normal
George W. Hug. superintendent
of city schools, will be a member
of the teaching staff at the Oregon
normal school during the first six
weeks' term, teaching a course in
school administration. He expects
to drive over daily to the class,
which will meet from 9 to 11 a. m.
Houses, flats, apartments, store
buildings. Becke & Hendricks.
189 N. High street. Jl?
License Switcher Fined
E. G. Genn of Grande Ronde.
who was arrested in West Salem
Thursday, pleaded guilty to a
charge of operating a motor ve
hicle with improper license plates
and was fined $25 in justice court
Friday. ' " ' :
Millinery, Unbeatable Values
150 hats on sale at from $1 to
$3.7. Sales room. 145 N. IHkIi
St., Stiff Bldg. jl8
Ijnreeny Case Dismissed
Merrit Brown and Kenneth Ho
gen of Aumsville, who were ar
rested last week on a charge ot
attempted stealing of gasoline,'
were exonerated in justice court
yesterday when their case was
dismissed for ack of evidence.
Vacation Time Is the Time to
. Insure your car. Complete cov
erage at reasonable cost. Standley
& Foley. Bush Bank Bldg. J 19
Leaves for Bend Country
Mrs. Ida Wright, who has been
secretary for Principal . C. Nelson
of the Salem high school during
the past year, will leave today for
Bend where she will join Mr.
Wright, who is employed in the
forest service there.
Will Study in Portland
' 'Miss Carlotta Crowley, element-
Reasonable price. 5 Don't tor
ret tful hemstitching, stamping,
button making and pleating.
5 THH "PETTTK SHOP
Over Busick's Telephone 1181
Store building and residence,
corner lot, 4 blocks out,
F. L. WOOD
H. LEONO, 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 ot men,
women and children.
Free Consultation Call or Write
. Opea 8 A. H. to 8 P. U.
420 State St tSalem, Oregoa
V " ''WELL AGAIN"
To Whom It May Concern:
Before I took i treatments
rrom Ylck So Herb Co., I had
suffered for three years front
rheumatism and kidney trou
ble; I could not sleep at night.
Other doctors were unable to
helD me. -My,, friend advised
me to consult, Tick So Herb Co,
After taking treatments for one
month,' I was able to work and
sleep again. I hope others may
be relieved, v , - . .
John K. York, 570 Spruce St.,
Portland, Ore. ;.IfoTi 12, 1023
ary schpol,,8uperviaor,, will,, leave
Monday for Portland ; where she
expects to take work in the Port
land division of the University of
Oregon summer school:
Can Use Few More Ettersberg
Strawberries. Northwest ; Can
ning company. J21
Portland Men Flned-y ,
Leo Killian of Portland, who
was arrested last Wednesday on a
charge of driving a car while in
toxicated, pleaded guilty before
Justice of the Peace Brazier C
Small on Thursday and. was fined
$100 and given 60 days in the
county jail, with forfeiture of his
drivers license for 6ne year. Tom
Fay, also - of Portland, who was
arrested with him and charged
with , possession of intoxicating
liquor, received a fine of $50.
Anyone Having Rooms to Rent
To the-GAR' State Encampment,
visitors June 20, 21, 22, 23, phone
400, after Sunday 2673. J19
w . i . a '
The case of Carl C. Porter, who
was arrested last Tuesday fcr driv
ing a car while intoxicated, was
continued in justice court yester
day while hs age is being invest
gated. Porter gave his age as 17.
Final account of the estate of
Almon D. Baker which amounts to
$1,000. was-given in probate court
yesterday by -Evaline Baker, his
widow, and adminlstrastrix of the
The estate of Frederick Schind
ler, valued at $2483.12, was given
final account yesterday in probate
court by Theresa. Schlndler, his
widow and estate administratrix.
Disbursements against the estate
of $494 were shown in the report.
Old Salemite VLsits - 1
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Elwell of El
Paso, Texas, arrived in Salem last
night for a short visit with rela
tives and friends. . Mr. Elwell was
formerly an employe of The States
man and later had charge of the
auditing department of the state
highway commission for several
Willamette Opens Today
Registration for the summer
session at Willamette university
opens today in Eaton Hall, and
will be continued Monday. Classes
will begin Monday morning at
7:30. There will be only one
summer term this year, from June
20 to July 29. with a few courses
offered advanced students who de
Mie them at the end of the regu
lar session, by special arrange
ment. FILM ARTISTS TO WED
Ceremony for Vilnia Hanky and
Rod La I torque Comes Sunday
LOS ANGELES. June 17.
(AP Vilma 2anky and Rod La
jlRocque of the movies will be mar
ried here Sunday. They appeared
jat the marriage license bureau lo-
'day and obtained their license to
Miss Banky gave her age as
and her prospective husband as
28. Their engagement was an
nounced several weeks ago.
PROMINENT FINANCIKR DIES
NEW YORK. June 17. (AP.)
John Teele Pratt, international
ly known financier, brother of H.
L. Pratt, president of the Stan
dard Oil company of New York,
died suddenly today in his private
We don't care how sick your
watches are, we hare pills for
all their ailments.
DR. PRESCOTT, Jeweler
291 N, Commercial
GlfTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS I
3HvAwaA 1laaaaa2. V4-t I
ware. Stamped Goods, Miscel
Variety and Gift Shop
Mrs. Helen Prescott
291 N. Commercial, Salem, Ore.
ELECTRIC MOTORS I
Rewound and Repaired New or
Used Motors '
VIBBERT & TODD
. Things Electrical t
111 S. High. TeL S11S
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
Eitallahsd 18$ t
General Banldnrj Business "
v Office Hours front 10 a. m. to 3 p. nu . I ""
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Eugene P. F. Wright, above, of
Rutherford, N. J., has returned
from an expedition into the native
haunts of the head hunters of
Dutch Borneo with Corey Ford of
Larehmont, N. J. The two youths.
former students at Columbia unPfthis country
versify, are said to be the first
white men to penetrate the dis
trict and remain to establish
friendly relations with the natives.
Wright's father, Hamilton M.
Wright, made an extensive explor
ation of the Philippines 20 years
"SLIM" ARRIVES HOME
AMIDST HEARTY CHEERS
(Continued from, yage 1.)
"Spirit of St.'; Louis' over the
downtown and residence district,
cavorting in sweep and swirls of
sheer joy at befhg again over his
own home town.
But it remained for Love to be
the first to greet the intrepid king
of the air and guide him to Lambert-St.
Louis, where 5,000 rain
drenched men and women, includ
ing the world-famed young flier's
mother. Mrs. Evangeline Lodge
Lindbergh, and Dwlght Davis of
St. Louis, secretary of war, wait
ed to greet him.
St. Louis' public acclaim for the
youth, who has spread its fame
before the eyes of the world for
more than a month since he ar
rived here from San Diego and
hopped off for New York for his
epochal solo flight to Paris, was
saved for tomorrow and Sunday,
when all the honors that a grate
ful city and state can bestow will
be heaped upon those which al
ready have been showered upon
him at home and abroad.
Lodges With Backer
Tonight "Slim" that's his St.
Louis name, "Lindy" being award
ed far afield rested in the home
of one of the men who with a half
dofen others chipped in with him
to finance the trar.3-AUantic
There was nothing on his pro
gram, except a few hours with
his mother, an informal dinner
and rest against the two strenuous
It's Time to Think of
PAINTING and CLEANING UP
We Sell Martin Senour 100 Per
DOUGHTON A 8 HER WIN
286 N. Commercial. Tel. 43
Quick Reliable Service
H. EGNER, 1615 Center Street
Phones 853 aad 1810-W
' Standard Equipment
6, 8 and 10 cents per yard. Also
buttons, stamping and pleating.
C ANNA H. KRTJEGER
Over Miller's Telephone 117
the battery man
service .- calls ; tree.
540 Chemeketa Street
1927 FREE WALLPAPEB
Call, phone or w rite .
MAX O. BUREN
179 N. Commercial - Salem
days Immediately ahead, , t '
Sfl .Louis kojrbaefc JpreAty "jauth
thessameoldSlfm,' it senfaway
a few weeks ago ttr conquer space
and distance in an achievement
which will ring through the ages.
He still was rather diffident, ap
parently ' somewhat ; confused by
the honors accorded him, consider
ate of the inerests of others. -and.
smilingly vigorous with the light
ness of his load of 25 years, but'
to those whe.knew"hlm' best-T-tte
air mail fliers, and he mechanics
of Lambert-St. Louis field, "There'
was a slight subtle change.
The youth ' with whom they
pranked seemed a little older, that
was it," as expressed in the lan
guage of one of the grimy mecha
nicians "He's' tired-lqking and
he looks a little old?r."
C00LIDGE LIKES HOME
IN SOUTH' DAKOTA HILLS
(Continued from ise l- - ,
He understands that Ambassa
dor Sheffield is returning from
Mexico to attend the Yale com
mencement and possibly will visit
He is aware of no new develop
ments In the negotiations betweea
and France for a
treaty outlawing war.
For the summer he has no defi
nite plans for conferences but does
expect to talk with representatives
of agriculture and commerce from
time to time.
When Mr. Coolidge walked into
a ,roo;m near his office todav he
came on State Senator J. L. Robr
bins, of this city, and Francis
Case, Hot Springs publisher. They
introduced themselves ,arid j Mr.
Robbins brought up the subject of
the McNary-Haugeri farm bill
which the president vetoed. 11 A
The subject was one which Mr,
Coolidge apparently did not expect
to have broached in such an in
formal manner because he looked
surprised and did not 'answer Im
mediately when Mr. Robbins said:
"Mr. President, I want to con
gratulate you on your courage and
wisdom in vetoing the McN'ary-
Haugen .bill." Then after a
"And I say that as one of the
largest ranch owners in this ter
Mr. Coolldgo ' looked from the
hills which . he was viewing
through a window as the state
ment was put and looked at the
rancher-senator quizzically. Then
lowering a cigar which he had
fastened in an ivory holder, he re
plied that, the veto should - have
been more important to -ranchers
Bedding and Window Box
Are now ready, also fine line
of shrubs and perennials. :
C F. BREITHA UPT
Telephone 380 512 State St.
A New FuUy Modern 4 Room
Bungalow and Garage on
$300 down, balance $26.00 per
ULRICH A ROBERTS, Realtors
129 North Commercial
a A. LUTHY -Jeweler
In New Location ,
825 STATE STREET
Watches. Clocks and Jewelery
PUBLIC BIBLE LECTURE
Earth's Greatest Conflict Near? V
The conflict between the forces of heaven and earth is
impending and about to begin, . Luke 21:26. The proph
ets of old foretold it. The physical facts prove it. s No
power under heaven can now prevent it.
By Chas. C. Best
Derby Bldg. Sunday, 8 P. M.
Seats Free No Collections
.... -i ' P i i . -
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Long and Short Distance Hauling
Public and Privato S torafjo
f; - Fireproof Building "
1 GRAIN, FEED AND SEED
; Free' Deli very to aay. part of the xity
' i QUOTVIONS ON AFICATION
Farmerb W ai
!' i . f. . 1'AUli kiA.LtlJ, i.TC?
i Day Tc!c-licz3 23 ,
and 'farmers than. to any one else.
vBy agreement with the.'ne wspai
permen,' the- president - stipulated
that the sews obtained at his con
ference which he plans to ftold on
Fridays 'would . be tor publication
in turday morning papers. The
regular Tuesday conference, rill .
be' held as .usual' In the morning.'!".'-"'
SOLDIERS FROLIC TODAY
Guardsmen Forget Combat Drills;
- -and Indulge, in Recreation -
Astoria; June 17 -(Apy
Oregon's citizen' soldiers in Camp .
Clatsop spent a busy day today at"
combat drill, but. tomorrow they. -will
have a big day of play. ''.
A relay race" from "Seaside to
Astoria, in which guardsmen will "
participate, is one of the big
events on the, program., .A. picked,...
baseball team of guardsmen will y
play an Astoria nine here In the
afternoon.. -'Governor Patterson
will pitch the flrst bail and;"Brl-;
gadier general Ceorge White will "
try to catch it. V -.' - .
j , OBITUARY I
Elizabeth Jane Oglethorpe died
at. her residence, 1000 N. 14th, on
June 16, at the age' of 68 years.
She leaves' the following children:
Mrs. Eva Rase ; ot Patterson, N. '
J., Mrs. Arthur Lawrence of Cor
vallls, WilUam H.. Mrs. Ada Hoef-
ling of Salem Mrs. Agnes Rath,
Pompton Plains, N. J., and several
brothers and sisters residing in
the east.1 Funeral services will be
held from the Webb funeral par
lors at" 2 p. m. Saturday,-Rev.-R-D.
Bullock officiating. j4iv
White . ;. . : t
' Harriet B. White died, at er .
residence, 995 South 12th street,"
June 17, aged 64. She Is'survived
by. five, children. E. WV, C it; J. '
II., Virgil, and Mrs. Blanche .Mor-. .
ris. " Body at Webb's. Funeral
Perfect Funeral Service
Licensed Lady Mortician
770 Chemeketa Street
Toilet Goods Sale
7" An ideal skin, f ood. The
. . lemon softens and whit
,. ens the skin. The cocoa,
butter , is cooling and
" soothing." Use it fre
quently after being out',
in the sun and wind.
.- Yourlakin will Hke it.
Regular Price 50c
- (SPECIAL PRICE
- -s. - " ;
Perry's Drug Store
. ' 115 K. Commercial
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