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THB OREGON JSTOSldlNL OkgOn4
TUESDAY- MORNING. JULY. 5,1927.
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Regular 75c Values
If you've ever seen smart hose, you'll see them here, and at this low price,
f Fine quality hose in the most popular colors and checks
Lay In Your Summer's Supply Now!
G. W. JOHNSON & CO.
469 STATE STREET
Ills No lights oh :Cr --. ' i
iVlrrllW Case, Jefferson, was
arrested Xiate -last Saturday night;
charged fcith driving: his ctfjfcwUhv
out lights. iie wui ypr,m v"
lice cour toftayK haiil.aeposited 'i:
U in bail. . 'x':j--u(r How Good N
n OtxMl News Does Spread
(General GaBoline is still the
II For work. Wednesday morning,
i iinmrn linuini
iL t i I J 'lit tiarr r run nuuuua v-.,
""tturch and Mill Sts. Phone 439
(Close to state house. See 780
Nj Summer. Modern; vacant. For
naln reasonable. Terms if desired.
Recta & Hendricks, 189 N. High
Groceries Stolen from C'ai
Mrs. Lee Croiu, 1515 N. Capitol
i stl-eet, reported to police- late Sat
urday night that while her car
wfrs parked on Ferry street some
nii ntnin a sack of flour and a
box of groceries during the even
ing. ttirraJ J-!Sv Is Every Day
I At S used goods dept. 15 to
2$ perceat discount on tamp j
Chlx -From Parks Hatcliery
(Reds. B. Rox. Buff Orp. Well
tnrtd. fine stock. Get these at
bargain prices, 376 S. 24th St. il
Cilifornla Big Boat
New ships every Tuesaayr nnaat
Hd largest out ofPortland .Salem
Tfavel Agency, 175 S. High. Jly3
Hs to Stop at Sign-
failure to stop at a stop sign
20 Sunday night caused
el Garoote, of Cottage urove
td Deposit $5 bail and promise to
appear In police court at 5 p. m.
oj July 9. .,
Parabase Motor Oil
J100 per cent pure paraffine- base
General Independent dealers. j5
And repairing. Glese-Fowers
Furniture Co. I3tf
For work. Wednesday taornlng.
Ti.lv H Rllrr Fmit Products CO..
C3iurch and Mill Sts., Pho43i.
Reports Coach Stoleii-
G.r E Sharkey.: of the Illahee
dountry "ialnb, reporjedf Sunday
n3ght that his Falcon Knight
cliach. license No. - ZZ1-775-, was
stolen from State and High streets
between 7:20 and 10:25 that
Lsm1 "Cars Going Fast
Fltzgerald-Sherwin, 364 N. III.
Closing Out Stock of Tire
I 4a j. i :
: Faces Several liar gen
I I O. N. Hambo, 254 N
I street deposited $10 ball
If W1SSJ ' f
He hopes you
njoyed your pic
nics and are all
safe home again.
Picnics cost mon
ey and it Is a poor
't willing to nay
tor ms share of the frolic. i
The cost of National picnics
is paid by taxes. Evjfery citirsen
should be proud to be a tax
payer. A tax dodger k a poor
sport. All owners of real estate
are tax payers.
W Bell real estate.
- 1 .
rnyiw Moinry To Loan
U. Sa REALTY COMPANY'
state St. , . xeL 8869
m v M
vaian- a-- aa
(Over the Gray Belle)
. SALE OF
In! New Colors and Plaids
night, When arrested for reckless
driving and haying four in the
driver's seat, and will appear in
police court today to answer to
rws Does Spread -:
Gasoline Is still the
Store Buildings! or Rent
$35 on up; down-town and su
burban. Decke & Hendricks, 189
n. High street.
Cash Buyers, Listen
Here are 4 homes valued at
$3300 to $5250, to sacrifice for
cash. Investigate. All vacant
two new. Becko & Hendricks, 189
N. High street. 36
For work, Wednesday morning.
July 6. Starr Fruit Products Co..
Church and Mill Sts. Phone 439.
, - j 35
Arrested on Two Chare
Arthur Waldorf, 1303 N. 16th
street, was arrested at 12:30 Sun
day night, charged with speeding
and driving with four in the driv
er's seat. He will appear in police
court today. j . ;
Para base Motor Oil
100 per cent pure paraf fine case
at General independent dealers. 35
Falls from Cherry
Ralph Gilbert, Rt. 9, was taken
to a local hospital yesterday morn-
lnr u il f fori n c with a. harllv RDrain-
. sustained when he fell
. orchard yesterday.
Cord. Tires, 30x3 H,
Other sizes proportionately
priced. Malcolm ; Rubber Co..
Court and Commercial. j5
Dollar dinners served 6:
45 to 8
( every evening. ;
Ren Shanks to SleaJc
Rev. Ernest iH. Shanks, pastor
of the First Baptist church, will
be the speaker at the Kiwanis club
luncheon today. The program is
in charee ot the laws and regula
tlona committee, of which Judge
T 1 T TlnnJ ta iKl1riH Li Tl T h PI
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Lowr or Stolen f. ;?
Light grey Perslaafc Reward
P. S. Lamport. Tel. ZfltZ. j5tf
1 I !
Mm- Stolen Iast !Kf got
H. P. NorvilMo;,BellevuoaiOtei,
reported to police last night that
his Ford roadater. license numoer
129-801, was stolen from in iront
of the Oriental Tea uaraen som
time shortly after 9:45 p. m.
.A lU'Hl I VU I UaJ
Good 7-room house on large lot.
fruit and shade trees, paved street
priced to sell quickly-f zuu -aown.
balance like rent. Phone 684R.J6
Sneml ; Week-Knd at i ewporv
nr. 'snd Mrs. .Rebert M. Gatke
. I Tnhn Oivens and Miss Louise Gar
rson motored-to Newport Friday
week-end, returning last evening
i red Cam Going Fast at
iritzirerald-SherwIn. J54 xs. t
ftlfir, CamOirroahd Busy
'Parties newly regisierea at iuc
ctlv campground last night num-
here 25 with 38 ataying over from
! the- previous day. Sundar nJgnt
2$ new.parHes registered, with4t
staying from Saturday nignt.
RmI BanzalW 50. ft. Garden
. : Hose $5. 65. Malcolm Rubber
Co., Court and . Commercial. js
. About 45 persona met" in iia
rer crove yesterday at reuaion
of 3,2' brothers and, sisters of the
Caspell family, with their faint-
We don't care howr sick your;
watches are, iwe have pills for
all : their allnint., f f
DR. PRESCOTT; Jeweler
2tH N ortlf CJonnuefrial
lies. A basket lunch was served.
the day spent in visiting and
sports. Those present included
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Campbell and
family of Bothel, Wash.; Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Charlesworth-and family
of Vernonia; Mrand 'Airs. E. F.
Long and son of -Garibaldi; Mr.
and Mrs. Archie Caspell of Stay
ton; Mr. and Mrs. Closs Dyck and
family of Portland; Frank Cas
pell and family of Cloverdale; Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford B. Bowen and
son, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Priem and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Yarnell
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Priem and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Caspell and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Figjh and family, Ma
cel Fish and Marcel la Caspell, all
of Salem. Another brother from
Cloverdale was the only absent
For Rent, Store Buildings
Down-town and suburban; $35
on up. Becke & Hendricks, 189 N.
High street. 36
STUNT AVIATOR UNHURT
WHEN AIRSHIP CRASHES
(Continued trom page 1.)
cause of the accident.
Grace Broken Hearted
"I -did my best, and that's all I
can say, urace said brokenly.
Future plans for a trans-Pacific
flight have not been formulated.
Materials were ordered to rebuild
the plane, but it was said that
Grace and Roger might return to
The cause of the rudder trouble
was not determined. Experts
thought that it might have been
due to strain brought upon the
machine as it roared down the un
even runway with a load of more
than 4,000 pounds.
Today's crash was the 25th for
Grace since he began flying at the
age of 16. He is now 29. To pro
vide, thrills for picture audiences,
Grace wrecked 16 planes. His
other airplane wrecks were acci
dental most of them in perform
ance of his work as a stunt flier.
His only serious accident was neari
ly fatal. It cracked a Vertebra in;
his neck, and earned for him thd
sobriquete of "the broken necked;
The flight, which has failed was!
to have been either to San Fran
ciseo, 2 400 miles, or to Los An
geles, about 115 miles longer, de
pendent upon ,gasoliae . supply
Grace came to the islands Jtrhe" 2
and had made several attempts t
take off before the accident today
The U. S. land forces claim td
have gained a theoretical Tictor;
over the attacking forces in th
recent war games. But of cours
there is no way to prove it.
Reasonable prices. Don't for
get our hemstitching, stamping,
button making and pleating.
THE PETITE SHOP
Over Busick's Telephone 1881J
It's Time to Think of i
PAINTING and CLEANING TJl
We Sell Martin Senour 100 Pet
Cent Pure Paint ,
DOUGHTON & SI1ERW1X
286 N. Commercial Tel. 63 K
ay' - U amH
40 ACRE FARM
Will sell or trade for in
come property in Salem.
1-4 mile from pavement,
near good town.
Also, 7 lots ii Salem
' See A. B. Kelsay at
Cobte-MitchcO ' Company
or Telephone. 813 .
W 0 Qs 0 j
We have a 1923 OLDS
TOCTRIXG equipped with
lmmpern, spot light, wind
shield wings, cigar lighter,
automatic swipe, Duco finish
like new and in perfect con
dition fur, S550.00.
"The Hoase That Set-rice Built"
COOLIDGE DONS COWBOY
OUTFIT AND CELEBRATES
(Continued from page 1.)
Lillis, one of the photographers
who had run out of films.
Although "Kit," the birthday
horse, was a bit startled at all tha
commotion, Mr. Coolidge held a
tight rein and led her about the
lawn in order to make possible a
picture of her with the Scouts.
Journeying 350 miles in auto
mobiles from Terry. Mont., the
cowboy band of 25 pieces serenad
ed Mr. Coolidge from the front
lawn, while he was at lunch. As
he and Mrs. Coolidge came from
the lodge, the 24 Boy Scouts rode
down from the hills at Custer,
15 miles away, on horses. They
rode past in formation and saluted
After the leader had presented
the greetings of the two organiza
tiens'to the president, he received
each outfit and then was present
ed gifts by them. The band gave
him a pair of buckskin chaps with
the letters "Cal" outlined in sil
ver studs on each leg. The chaps
also bore a leather medallion pic
ture of a cowboy riding a" buck
A broad smile lighted Mr. Cool
idge 's face" as Carl Loock, one of
the Scouts, came up and in behalf
of the Scouts, presented "Kit." As
lie handed over the reins of the
bay mare, Loock Velared, "and
we hope you will like her."
Richard Arnold, another Scout,
came forward with the boots, shirt
American Ia'jiuc standings
W. L. Pet.
New York T.3 21 .716
Washington 40 31 .563;
Chicago 42 35 .545
Detroit . . . 37 32 .536
Philadelphia 38 3f. .521
Cleveland 34 40 .459
St. Louis 29 41 .414
Boston 16 54 .229
NjEW YORK, July 4. (AP)
Overwhelming the Senators in
two games of a double header, the
Yankees today strengthened their
hold on first place to the tune of
Lou Gehrig's bat.
Lou knocked his 27th homer,
and went ahead of Ruth for home
run honors in the first, which the
Yanks won by 12 to 1, and added
C. A. LUTHY
In New Location
325 STATE STREET
Watches Clocks and Jewelry
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another la the second, which went
to the New Torkers by 31' to 1.
First Game ' R. H. E.
Washington I. 1 9 6
Jw York. ......... .12 16 0
Thurston,' Jehnson and Ruel,
Tate; Pipgras and Collins.
Second Game ' R. H. E.
Washington f. . . . 1 10 2
New York .. .21 19 0
Crowder, Marbecry, Burke and
Ruel, Ttate; Moore and Grabow
ski. First Game R. II. E.
Detroit 4 9 2
St. Louis 8 12 5
Stoner, Hankins and aBssler;
Jones and O'Neill.
Sf'ronrt Game R. H. E.
Detroit , 10 17 2
St. Louis . . 13 3
Holloway, Hankins and Wood-
ail; Stewart, Nevers, Vangilder
and O'Neill, Schang.
First Game R. H. E.
Philadelphia 10 15 1
Boston 2 6 0
Grove and Cochrane; Ruffing
Second Game R. H. E.
Philadelphia 3 ." 2
Boston 11 14 2
Ehmke, Willis, Johnson, Rom
mel and Perkins; Wiltse and
Thomas, Faber and
Levsen and L. Sewell.
Second Game R. H. E.
ChScago 2 6 0
Cleveland 6 13 1
Lyons. Connally and Cronse,
Schalk, McCurdy; Shaute and L.
Marion County Court
Returns 3 Indictments
The charge of mash possession
against Art Kieper, Carl Porter,
Arthur Gotthardt. and Sanford
Smith was returned by the Mar
ion county Krand jury Saturday
morning as a not true bill. The
mash, it is said, was sour and un
fit for distilling purposes.
Gotthardt and Smith are sail
ors who overstayed their leave
from the V. S. S. Holland. Kieper
is a farmer living near Buena
Vista and Porter is now serving a
C0-day, jail sentence for driving
Three indictments were return
ed by the jury. Curtis Townsend
and'Adrian Looniis were indicted
for larceny from a dwelling house;
Joe Singer for larceny of a dia- f
mond ring!, and Henry Jairl for
larceny from a dwelling.
MANY PEOPLE DROWNED
Violent Gale Capsizes Yachts and
ODESSA. Russia, July 4. (A
P) Twenty persons were drown-
"Quick Reliable Service
H. NUXER, 113 Center Street
lliones 352 and 1310-W
GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Silverware, Glassware, China
ware, Stamped Goods, Miscel
Variety and Gift Shop
Mrs. Helen Prescott
291 N. Commercial, Salem, Ore.
ed by the " capsizing of several
small yachts- in a violent gale
which swept over the country. In
Odessa, there was great damage
to property and numberous build
ings were unroofed. Six persons
were killed and many injured by
the overturning of a tram car at
a street corner. "
Died at the residence, 1530
Highland Ave., Sunday, July 3,
Joseph M. Beatty age 74 years,
husband of Mrs. Nellie M. Beatty,
father of Mrs. Louise Maud Bent
ley of Woodburn, Miss Eva M.
Beatty and Joseph O. Beatty of
Salem, brother of Mrs. Louemma
Evans of Florence, Oregon, Mrs.
Emma Padden and Westley Beatty
of Fresno, Cal.
Funeral services Wednesday,
July 6th at 10 A. M., from the
Rigdon mortuary, interment Belle
Passi cemetery, Woodburn.
Died in Salem July 1, John E
Livock. aged 76, survived by wid
ow, Elise, sons William and Grant
at Coquille, Ore., and Harold at
Salem, and daughter Gene at Los
Angeles, and two sisters. Countess
Roma of Holland and Mrs Ed
wards of England, and two grand
children of Salem. Funeral serv
ices Tuesday at 10:30 a. m. In
terment at City View cemetery
Body at Webb's funeral parlors.
Charles Tower, age 16, died east
of Salem July 2, survived by father
and mother. Gordon E. and
Florence E. Tower, and three sis
ters, Virginia,' Panline and Ellen
(half sister), and three brothers.
Wallace, Gene and William (half
brother). Funeral at 1:30 Tues
day from Webb funeral parlors;
interment in City View cemetery.
Marie Dawley died July 3, at
25 4 North Front street, Salem,
aped 24. survived by husband
Harold, son Leonard, and father
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. I. V.
Cunningham of Salem, and brother
Geore Serwidge. Funeral at Webb
funeral parlors Tuesday at 3:30.
Interment in City View cemetery.
Died at a local hospital July 3,
Joseph Allen, aged 85. Born in
England, survived by Mrs. Chas.
F. Rogers of Ilwaco. Wash., and
four grandchildren in Minnesota.
The body is being shipped to Ilwa
co for funeral services and inter
ment, by the, Webb funeral par
Gladys Irene Henry, age 28, died
July 2 at a local hospital. The
body was forwarded by the Webb
funeral parlors to Hillsboro ,for
services and interment.
type of refined service is
incorporated in the un
ness and ceremony we of
fer to family and friends.
Webb's Funeral Parlors
Perfect Funeral Service
Licensed Lady Mortician1
T70 Chenieket Street
8 and 10 cents per yard. Also
buttons, stamping and pleating.
ANNA Hi KRUEGER
)ve'r Miller's Telephone 117
Pure snowy r crystals,
made- byi an improved
process of refining It is ;
easy to take because it
Is thoroughly puriried.' -t
Especially - - good for
elderly people -and 'also";
i for those: ot middle age.
Millions of pounds '
Isold " yearly. ' .'
: Pouad Package .
1 Perry?3'tlrns Store
115 s cnunercuu ? z.
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
General Banking Business
Office Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. 4
II I 'I ' 11 .11 1
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Long and Short Distance Hauling
Public and Private Storage
GRAIN, FEED AND SEED
Free Delivery to any part of the city $
Quotations on Application V
PAUL TRAGLIO, Prop.
Day Telephone 28 Night Telephone 1267-W
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Follow You I
When you leave the city for a vacation or on :
a business trip, why not have The Statesman sent-'
to you while away? i -"t.JA
The Statesman will be like a letter from home;
it will kepp you posted about affairs inSalem and
the Willamette Valley generally: , . . ,t
The subscription rate is 60c a month" and you
may pay in advance or on your return. :
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transfer will be
The Oregon StatAomdn
215 South Commercial Street,
During the warm days of summer the
wise householder preparesior Ae l::
days of winter. , ,-. .
and winter comfort are assured if
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C There are hundreds 'of peopleyiri Salem and vicinity
Wwho can testify to the efficiency and all-around sat
isfaction of EASTMAN FURNACES. . - ,
SEE OUR DEALER
at 332 North
. EYES EXAMINED
Years Practice in Salea '
Dr. L. R. Burdette
01 First National Bank Buildln
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