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TTin OREGON STATESMAN. SAlXMORfcGOI? Pi i.
SATUItDAy. iMOftNIKOi lAUCTteT-, 20,5 imtirJfE
Albany College Man o Speak "
The pulpit of the First Presby
terian chdreh will be filled Snn
day morning by Tier. Clarence W.
Greene. 'president of Albany Gol
'lege, who- trill speak on "Our
Honpicaing n the "Mint Yard
Witt, start Moa4aVl Augast 22nd.
Salem Group Enjoy School-
The. Salem YMCA has come in
for ome favorable comment at
e YMCA staff training school
beine " conducted at ijeaoecK,
Wash., according to a letter re
ceived from Ben Rickll. . associ
ate secretary, at j the local plant,
-who is at the conference with his
wife- and Harvey Brock. Dwlght
Adams and Kenneth-La wson. :
Saturday BpeclV-r .
A good electric percolator for
$5.95. Hamilton Furniture Co. a20
Hop Picking to Start Soon
Hop picking at the Lake Brook
farm, owned by the T. A. Lives-
ley company, is expected to begin"
next, Thursaay, ii j--terday.
Plans for recreational
and With work, among the pick
ers have been completed, and Mrs.
Barbara Beck and Delbert Stokes
baryvrill hrat Lake Brook on
Wednesday to take charge of the
'work, which Is conducted .as the
Livealey - irealth and Recreation
Dollar dinners served 5:45 to 8
every evening. n2tf
Ask Magazines for Camps
Maraxines for'use In the var
ious chop i pickers' camps In the
vicinity of Salem are being solic
ited by -4bo local .YMCA. which
acta as a distributing agency for
this reading-matter. :Those who
have -old magaxines which are in
(good ' shape, and which contain
rood reading material are asked
to catt the YMCA office. Last
year twVrtfuck'. loads .of reading
material - were distributed .among
the various' camps. - '
. i x; x - :
Js&t BetwSe'4 Aban apd Salenv-
Several sacks of sugar.t any m
formation please telephone Hunt
Brothers racxing uo.
New home to Be Built
A perniit was issued ,yesterday
In the office of the city recorder
:f? " T. ' McDonald, for the con
tmpttnn of one and a half
dwelling at 2490 Haiel street, at
th ."corner of Hickory.. The
Kniirfer fa named as Wilson, and
the approximate' cost $2,600.
Fly Spray 91 a Galloi
Any quantity. Bring your own
can. Ray Lt Farmer Hdw. Co. a20
Mark Skiff Sued ;
.'Merchmnt'a Credit Bureau, as
signees for Iver Christeason, Jul
lus Chrlstenson, Martin Christen
sob and Bergette Chrlstenson
and a number of employees of the
Four Good Trades
Imnroved farm, of 114 acres
near Dallas to trade for Salem
property, or acreage near Sa
lem.;. - rx's :
vr Forty acres near Hood Riv
er on paved highway, 16 acres
apptesj two acres alfaira, to
trade for home or small bust
Bess In Salem.
r- Six-room house In Corvallls
to trade for Salem, property.
House Will Lrenf for $40.00
per' mouth: . - I V ;
l Twenty-five acre farm nine
miles from Salem to trade for
Salem, property.-, , .. .. . i
; If Interested, come in and
talk : It over, V'-fi.,
Money to Loan ' Houses to
: r ; , ' Rent", . If. : ' , .
fe " fetr REALTY CO.
,42 State St;: Telephone 2660
469 State Street
Kings Valley Lumber company,
yesterday . filed suit in circuit
court against Mark S. Skiff to
recover $5,000 alleged to be still
due for 100 shares of capital
stock. In ,ther lumber company,
which Skiff contracted to buy in
1920. Recovery of $4,863.88 in
past due wages, attorney's fees
in the amount of $560, and costs
is sought. '
And repairing. Giese-Powers
Furniture Co. fl3tf
Will Build in Rosedale
F. B. Manley yesterday took
out a permit to build a one story
dwelling at 1630 Jefferson street,,
in the Rosedale addition, at a
cost . of about $3,000.
Small Store Building
For lease. Exceptional location
on fairgrounds road. Suitable
grocery, confections, etc. $35 and
$50 with hot water heat furnished.
Ready to occupy. Becke & Hen
dricks. 189 N. High Street. a20
Vagrant Held in Jail
R. Valentine, of Portland, was
held In jail Thursday night dn
a' vagrancy charge. ,
Dance Where It's Cool
Hazel Green; Sat. Night.
Auto Gquipment Stolen
The Trumra Motor Car com
pany, ;34 worm I'ommerciai
street, reported to police yester
day that : some: one:- had stolen a
tailligbt, stop-flight. :; and license
tilate number; 11700 it from the
rear o an auto Thursday night
while it was parked in front of
their place of business.
First Church of Christ,
Scientist, Salem. Ore, Announc
es a Free ieciure on unrwunu
Science. By Hon. William E.
Brown of Los Angeles. .Calif. Mem
ber of the board of lectureship of
The Mother Church,- The First
Church of Christ, Scientist in Bos
ton Mass. In Church Edifice
Tuesday Evening 8 P. M. The
public is-cordially Invited to at-
trnd : v aZ3
Orchestra to llay Sunday-
Joe Benner's; orchestra has
been i secured to, i give a .sacrga
concert : It the Willson park re
ligious- service next Sunday ; af
ternoon. ; it was J announced yes
terday. Dr. W. C. Kantner, re
tired Congregational minister,, is
to be the speaker, .
It Interested Falrmonnt . ui
Lots Investigate th 26 (lot
plat of aAU protected lota. $5000
Restriction. Between nr ana
Johns on Leff elle and Myers. Lots
to start IllOa and up. : AH sixes,
facings; etc Becke A Hendricks.
189 N. High Street. ' o
irtnf tor. Parkl we
Fines'" for oveitime parking of
$1 rath -were paid, in the court of
the city recorder yesterday oy
Kenneth King, 4 6t Iloyt street,
ad the 'driver of a. ear -with li
cense ' number 180-010.
Alleeed Drunk Porfelti I Rail
: Osear Johnson.' whose home is
said to be in - Portland.' was ar-
ested " - Thuicdsy . night on ;
charge of being 'drunk, and re
leased yesterday morning by or-
er "of ,rit i Tleoorder t Pouisen,
after depositing $5 ." bail. Yes
terday afternooa'he tailed to ap-
.aatM in ennrt. . and the s & , was
.'otfeited to thcityt :- ."
Electric percolator. Talne $7.50
$5.95. Hamiltoa ..Fufniture Co.
:?:.v,- : . '. : . ' a20
Balance Due AskeV ; . T ts
1 ! Braxier C. Small yesterday f 11
ed action in circuit court against
Frank' W; Durbin"to collect a bal
lance of $85 dne sincej. last i .De-
" . ? ... -
New French Shades
$ n oo
. f i" ' v- "f" ,jt
Kstate Ordered Distributed
Judge L. H. McMahan, arflng
for county judge Hunt, yesterday
ordered distribution of $4500
cash and bonds to the beneficiar
ies under the will of the late Mary
P. Johnson. Three beneficiaries
will participate, receiving $1500
8 Oregon Puly and Paper Co.
Preferred. Limited amount for
sale. Hawkins and Roberts. Phone
Cupid Knocked Out-
Dan Cupid was knocked out in
the ninth round yesterday, ap
parently, for he failed to entice
anyone to the license bureau in
the county clerk's office. Conse
quently" there were no marriage
New 4 Room Ready for You
2 More rooms roughed in Mo
dern all respects Priced $4350
$1000 down, balance exactly like
rent. 930 Tamarack. Becke &
Hendricks. 189 N. High Street.
Attorneys for Ous T. LarsdU, in
the suit of Frank L. Price against
him. yesterday filed a demurrer
in circuit court, asking that the
action be dismissed becaure of in
Notice of Appeal Filed
Notice of appeal in the action
of Roy J. Hoffman as adminis
trator for the estate of G. E. Un
ruh, deceased, against Asmus Jess
was -filed' in circuit court yeser
day. Appeal Is taken from a re
cent circuit court decision award
ing title to a strip of ground eight
feet wide between the two par
ties. Four feet each had been
awarded the' contestants.
Wanted Hop Pickett
Hartley & Craig yard. Starting
Aug. 22. Phone' 643 or 530 W.
Vffl Practice on Range Sunday i
Co. B., 162nd Infantry, will
have between 15 and 20 men tak
ing part in the practice shoot to
be held on the Turner rifle range
Sunday, according to Captain
Paul F. Burris. The party will
leave the armory at 8 : 3 0 a. ' m.
Nebraska Picnic Postponed
Because of the rush of the har
vest season next week, the Ne
braska picnic, scheduled tor next
Thursday . at the state fair
grounds has been postponed for
two weeks, according to Chair
man Zimmerman of the program
Loose' Gravel Causes Crash ;
Loose grayer on Center street
which recently had pavement laid
over (the car track, caused : an
auto' accident yesterday between
machines driTen;jby ,W A. Living
ston. 1590 N. 19th street, and
J. H. Boentng; 742 f.f Commer
cial street.'accordlnsT f to Living
ston's report.f LIttlejdamage -was
done to eitner car. , i ne xigm
was at the: intersection of 16th
Fined for Reek lew Driving ;
James Staley. of Portlands paid
a fine of '$10 inJastlce court
yesterday; when he appeared and
pleaded .guilty to a charge , f
reckless driving. i--.. - I
Nurse Returns' from Vacation
Miss' Signa Wahlstrom. R.- N.,
nurse at the SaTem general hos
pital, recently returned from aj
vacation apent in Rainier nation
all park; - and i has resumed her
duties ai, tb hospital. ' . ;
Claims Girl Driver Careless t
Claiming that, the interest .of
the - girl driver, of. a -car with li
cense number " 2 10-5 55 1 was, ab
. SAYS " :
WR HAVE A" 1020 lHiXTl
AO CXUPK WITH mMP-.
Kit, OAM SPOT, SXl'B
BKR, 11KATRR AND A CAR
THAT IS IN FINK CONDI
TION IX KVERY WAY
"The House That Service Ballt"
her, W. J. MacKenzle, 243 ,N.
2 1st street reported an accident
happening at State and Liberty
streets yesterday at 12:45 p. m.
MacKenzle was driving south on
Liberty street wnen the car driv
en by the girl approached from
the left, on Sta-te, and did not
give right of way. His left fen
der caught on the right rear fen
der of the other car, causing his
machine to be dragged for about
ten feet before stopping.
Leaves for California
Arthur Colton, who recently
suffered a broken arm while
cranking a car, left yesterday
morning tq Spend a month in San
Francisco "with his father, who
fa put ehasfirg agent for the Zeller-
bachi Paper company there. He
expects to return to Salem about
September 15 to resume his work
ia the paper mill, where he has
worked since his graduation from
Stanford university last spring.
Goes to Spokane on Vacation-
Miss Elizabeth Baker, secretary
of the Y. W. C. A., who returned
recently from the Rainbow girls
camp near Meharaa, has gone to
Spokane on her vacation, and will
return to Salem about August 27.
Mrs. Doney Goes East
Dr. and Mrs. Carl G. Doney left
yesterday for Portland,, from
where Mrs. Doney is leaving for a
visit with her son Paul Doney and
his wife, who live In Boston, Mass.
Mrs. E. M. Parvin Dies
Mrs. E. M. Parvin, for many
years a resident of Salem, died in
Portland Friday, according to
word received here. Her husband
was head of the school of music at
Willamette university for 12 years.
He passed away several years ago.
Funeral arrangements for Mrs.
Parvin" have not been announced.
Dmnsmoor to be Speaker
'Lyle B. Dunsmoor, commander
of Capital Post No. 9, American
Legion, will be the speaker at the
Klwanis club luncheon next Tues
day, according to the club's Weekly
bulletin which will.be distributed
today. Another, legion member
may also address the club that
day. s 'I.. -.:".:
Former Pastor Here
Dr. W. W. Sweet; formerly of
DePauw, now of the theological
department of Chicago university
is a visitor in the city over the
week end. When in Salem last
summer he filled the pulpit of the
First Methodist church. He will
speak ' at First church Sunday
Error In Ad
In Salem Shopping News, S25c
eash coupon applying to each dol
lar purchase appearing fn Shopi-
plng News for Thursday. Friday,
and Saturday is for .Owl Drug Co.,
and all controlled . .' merchandise
only Capital Drug Store. "- a20
- . Licorice
Exceptional care Is
. taken - in the ' prepar
ation of this' old-fash
Thisi reliable household
'-. product is 'sold under '
. thrf , Pareteit Seal of
: duality. . '
. , - ' ft Ounce Container
, Perry's, Drug Store
Xi .ilia-S.. Ckunmerctalf
0 4. 4. i'
f Hi- 1 -
v y : -
.;. ' ', : '
A " utghter of pioneer Dakota
ranch folk has been chosen ' as
South Dakota's- most perfect
specimen of young womanhood,
in stature, beauty of feature and
personality. She's Miss Romona
Sorenson, above, of Lemmon, S.1
chosen "Miss South. Dakota"
at the state American Legion
meet. "n . j
Boy, Kven If That Was Good
I wouldn't like it," wasn't said
of the Loganberry Sun Jam Sun
dae. Ask for one at the Blue
Bird. Peter Pan, Royal Cafeteria,
Grey-Belle, Spa. Tyler's . Drug
Store, Bligh Billiard Parlors,
State Cafeteria, State Cigar store.
Terminal Confectionery, The Ma
ples, Varney's Sweetland. a20.
Doesn't Want Divorce
William E. Cooper - yesterday
filed answer to Bessie B. Cooper's
divorce complaint, denying all al
legations constituting grounds
for action, and? asking that the
complaint be dismissed.
Cuts in Front of Aut
F. Snyder. California tourist.
reported last night that l: M.
Vfebb, of Sale'm, turned his car' in
front of the, Snyder" car;" at State
and Commercial Streets-about 6:30
yesterday "" eveain-gv Wnding a
front axle and ra!dhxs rddL -on his
car. s- -;s...-&-H-Tjr
Jcf fersoir la Ciash '.t v-
A minor automobile accident at
the intersection, of, S. Winter and
State streets was reported- last
nigbX by II. JI,Beeson.jf Jeffer
son."' Thp; othercar was'.'driven by
E. L.fBaxterV of ijexfeV, Oregon.
RADICALS AGAIfl AWAIT
FATE (N DEATH HOUSE
.(Continued Jrom. page. 1)
was .immaculate when Musmanno
appeared outside the jbars.' ,
"You're a pretty strong . man,
aren't -you ? " the lawyer asked.
"Yes, I think I am,; Sacco re
plied. , . "ij
"Then X must tell;you that the
6, 8 and 10 cents par yard.- Also
buttons, stamping- and pleating, ;
- ANNAiSH. KRtlEGER
Over MllleT's Telephone 117
Money refunded if It does not
:; ;-:;&t ur-yofjBase .':?
KELSOX. il nkr, Druggists
Cor. Court and Liberty - TeL 7
-r Quick Reliable Servlee' .
H. EGNER, 1015 Center Street -Phones
853 and 1810-W
JTIne Futures. 1 '
" " Standard Equipment '
Telephone S 8 0 f t t StaU 8L
1827 FREErWAtXTAPJSI :
HCaif phoaa' r irrtl:-
EIAX OvEUREII : i
NkvCosrmarcUl i: esja
few TJnyr w
full bench has turned down the
final appeals," Musmanno said...
"Well 'was the reply, we ex-
Lpected IL- T r ; , . iT ?
Sacco had beeh eating his din
ner, but he stopped abruptly and
refused to, eat mare. . lie said he
wished to write a farewell ; letter
to his son, who visited him yester
day. . :. . "'.' .' . ' r
VanreUl took the . dews "7: lens
stoically, his lawyer said.' The
older man- started raving, Mus
manno asserted; CThe lawyer de
clared 5 later l that there isC Mnb
nuestion" but that ? Vanxettl's
mind is affected.;
' "I knew it, I knew it." was Van-
zetti's reply. 'Go and get that
million men." "
Musmanno said Vanzettl wanted
a wireless set in his cell, so that
he could tell the world his whole
story. , ;" ?-;Vv-' ' t '
When Deputy., Warden James
L. Hogsett and. two -other iprison
officers went, for,; the two. men a
short time later they found, them
quiet and. according to the guards,
they gave no sign's of breaking
down as they walked through -the
prison to the death., house, some
distance from Cherry II ilL Celes
tine Madeiros, convicted of an
other: murder but sentenced to die
on the same date as Sacco and
Vanzettl, was transferred also to
the death house. The three men,
according to -the guards, walked
without assistance and there was
no conversation during the brief
They were placed again in ad
joining cells, the same they oc
cupied before , the respite last
week-.. They - will remain there
until, they start . their walk? to the
electric chair, unless another res -
pite halts the execution, now
scheduled sometime after mid
night next Monday.
Kfforts Fa a
BOSTON, Aug. 19. (AP)
The effort of counsel for Nicoia
Sacco and-Bartolomeo Vanzetti to
obtain from the full bench of the
MassachuseVts 'supreme court a
reversal of previous decisions In
At the home, Wallace Road,
rolk county, early Friday, Aug.
19th, Mrs. Mary A. Gibson age 63-
fyears. wire or ueo. w. uipsh.
Mother of E. Dudley Gibson ot
Salem. Chas. R. Gibson of Seattle
and Mrs. H. L. Johnson of Con
don, Grandmother of Mrs. Henry
Fournier ot Salem and Richard
and Marvin Johnson of Condon
Funeral services Monday. Aug. 22
at 10:30 a. m. from the TUgdon
morturary, interment at Albany.
. la thia.clty. Aug,.. 18th, .Isaac
Maurey. , Services Saturday morn
ing from Rigdon mortuary, inter
ment I. O. O. F. cemetery.
Perfect, Funeral Service
Licensed Lady Mortician
770 Chemeketa Street
. Telephone. 724 ,
ABOUT LOCAL OR EASTERN
Oregon Electric Ry.
Willamette Valley Line
i Strictly modern new six
room English type house, 5
blocks State house. $6800.
; F, L. WOOD
j S41 State' Street
Climb the Stairs and Save
Mens and -Ladies .suits cleaned
and pressed . . 1.00
Ladies Silk Dresses . . ..$1.25
Coats Relined . . .r. . . . . f-3.0w
Mens Suits Pressed .... - -B0
Rewound and Repaired. New or
- VIBBERT & TODD
- " Things Electrical ..,
1S1 South High r r Tel. 1112
YICIC SO HERB CO.
J. H. LEONG, Mgr.
v Our,, life's-work has
-fit C been spent to studying
Xr ths healing properties
' JT of Chinese herbs and
those " suffering ; from
tomieb, liver and kid
ney troabls, rheuma
tism and t gall stones,
also disorders of men.
women and children.. v;
Ft Consul Utlon Gall or TTrltJ
. nsew' A. XC to P. I2.s ? r
. an state stm
the state courts. faileaS(today.TJie
court overruled Xthe'lefense ,e?ej-,
tlons ; to c decisions of Judge Web
ster Thayer of the superior -court
and of Justice" 6eorge-A. Sander
son of the supreme court and de
nied, a petit Ion for- a "-writ of er
ror brou ght bef orej the"' tul 1 bench.
This decision was based purely
VU legal fcivnnM". . t
' Immediately after the an
Bouncement, of " tha decision de
fense counsel began steps to bring
the record of the ' case before Ahe
United States supreme Court :ana
to obtain a stay of i execution oi
the two men for murder. , Their
onltn fzntres st. midnight on
Aug. 22. :.J-m'fijo, . - ' '-
Arthur p.. Hill, chief defense
counsel . Instructed -ichaei, ,.a.
Musmanno. of Pittsburgh, associ
ate counsel. -to prdceed to WTash
tngton to f Ue with the clerk - qf
the United States supreme court
a petition for a writ, of certiorari
Musmanno : announce that he
would leave tonight on the tea
eraf express, due In Washington
at 7:25 a. m. tomorrow,
- Approve Despatch
GENEVA, Aug. 19. (AP)
A meeting of about 3,000 persons
in' one of. Geneva's largest halls
tonight approved a " telegram
which will be sent to Boston de
manding the release of Sacco and
Vanzettl. It also was voted to
appoint a committee of propagan
da In favor of boycotting Amer
ican products, , especially films
,The secretary of the trade un
ion council presided. Three at
tempts have been " reported - here
to1 sabotage American films. .
j. mI- Attempt Demonstration :
f , BERLIN, Aug.1 v'l9.--(AP)
For The Family
5 bedrooms, lots of . closets, fmfe Hying; room,, dining,
room, built-in bath, lovely nookj big fireplace,. lots of
built-ins, wired for range, hardwood floor, garage, nice
back porch, full basement, pipe furnace, trays, east'
front, big lot, paving and sidewalks paid, fine neighbor
hood, ready to move into Monday. ', .' "
Priced so it will sell. . See - ' . , . ;
A. S. FLINT '
in., in ii ' v.). .'
TRANSFER and STORAGE
'f Long and Short Distance Hauling ..
m ; ; ; Public and Private Storage ; v V.-'
J ? Fireproof Buildins , .. ,
GRAIN, FEED AND SEED
1 " Free Delivery to any part of the city
- Quotations on Application
, t . .... . .i --
Farmer is Warehouse
t PAUL TRAGLIO, Prop, . -
Day Telephone 28 I f Night Terephone 1267-W ,?
(Cascade Summit Stri.)
ff r . Round
Leaye Salem 6;00 al.m." . ?:
Arrive Cascade Summit 1 1:40 a. mtl,'r
Leave Cascade Summit 6:00 p. m.
- ' - ? ,
' ' . . Phone 80 . or 41 for 1
A.P.NOTH "1 '"'p
Ticket Agent -. f
-SomMieni: 'Pacific. -
Ajerowd of comjnpnsts atemptfX
to'lholcl if enAration., before
tne American era d assy laie i"- ,
nigfttbttjt'iwere dlepersedrby po
lice vwbb nsed blackjacks t freely.
Mahyf Jafrests " were ' made.: . : U
- - n
'-Jerry is a tailor who takes m
vacations whenever the .f pirlt
moves: him. regardless ot their f-
feet upon his business.-; Being h.1-
by a friend that .he should have
some excuse to give to customers ?
when he lCcks up his shop, he had
this sign.made. which he now. plac-. .
es ou the front .door when , he Is
absent: !This shop closed. ,. I .am
sick, out of town, attending a Tun -eral.l
gone to "a convention. fjhr
ing." - , - . . - - .
- . Flapper Va hips' i(
' PARKERSBURG, W, Va.-.-Ma- '
Irons of the. two stations of the
Baltimore r& Ohio railroad her
say they find "more of a problem
preventing foolish young flappers
from vamping men than-1n" 'pro.
telling girls who. mighl be ..sup-;
posed to be inaoctnt victims
the wiles of the men,". . -
1 ; . .'.1 :,:- 'l i
FOR GIRLS '
'" , j j .j K v 1 . ...... T i ..';
John J. RtJttle
, 415 State. St..
- 2083 Maple
Trip Fare 7
, ii .
A. A. MICKEL
sorbed in the young ' man with
t ,-- - -.' -