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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. ;: OREGON
WEDNESDAY. MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1927
Teachers Most Register
A check-np is being started to
tetennine the teachers in public
Thools' In ' Marion county who
hare not registered their certifi
cates and their contracts with the
county superinendent, it was an
nounced yesterday at the office of
' the superintendent. There is still
a small proportion of the teachers
who hare failed to register, and)
their first month's salaries will be
withheld until they do so, it was
stated In Salem, registration is
complete among the- Llncoln-Mc-KinleyiBtaff.
' - ,
To work for board and go to
school. Only two in family. 1950
Fairxnount Ave. s21tf
Those Big Black Grapes Now
Ripe at Fiala Vineyards, three
miles north in Polk county. Phone
Sir. and Sirs. Newton Return
G. L. Newton returned this
week from Los Angeles, bringing
with him Mrs. Newton and the
children, who had spent the sum
mer at Idylwild summer resort.
See the Rirchfield
Overstuffed Furniture made at
our exhibit, new' pavilion state
Licensed to Wed
A marriage license was yester
day issued from the office of the
Marion county clerk to Albert F.
Lamb, 23, of 230 North Liberty
street, and Bernice J. Baldwin,
20, of 1865 North Winter street.
$150 to 9350. 10 down. S10
per month. W. H. Grabehhorst
& Co., 134 S. Liberty St. s23
Booth to Be Built
A booth at the state fair will
be established this year for the
boys and girls' clubs of Marlon
county, it was announced yester
day at the office of the county
superintendent of schools. The
Tle booth will be used to display
poultry, livestock and other farm
products produced by boys' and
girls' clubs throughout the coun
ty. The Marion county booth
this year will be the first in sev
rt'3Hc cash. Pacific Fruit and
'Packing Co., West Salem.-. si 5tf
Couple Gets License
A wedding license was yester
day issued to James L. Arm
strong. 25, and Dallis G. Mans
field, 18, both of Albany.
For student or teacher. Furnace
heat. 1064 Oak street. s21
A marriage license was yester
day issued to Lyle H. Cobb, 21,
and Hallie F. Huddleston. 17.
Both gave their residence as
Dollar dinners served 5:45 to 8
every evening. n26tf
School Visits Begin
Mrs. Mary Fulkerson, Marion
county superintendent of schools
announced yesterday that she will
begin today X visiting schools in
me county. Schools at Detroil
and Gates are the first. on hr list
And repairing.4 Gese-Powers
Furniture Co. "M r-TT fl3t
Pardon Promlsctl-i-. "V
Governor Patterson Tuesday
promised a conditional pardon to
D. A. Randall, who that day start
ed serving out a $500 fine imposed
for operating a "beano game at
Seaside in the summer of 1926.
Randall, who, is confined in the
Clatsop county jail, will be re
leased on condition that he pay off
the fine at the rate of $20 a
month, if the sheriff and district
attorney of Clatsop county recom
mend suchfClemency, it was stated
at the capijol.
8 Oregon Polp and Paper Co.
Preferred. Limited amount for
sale. Hawkins and Roberts. Phone
Had No Tall Light
Earl Rock, of Milwaukie, ar
rested Monday for reckless driv
ing, was fined $5 Tuesday by City
Recorder Poulsen. Officers testi
fied he had neither a tail light nor
a driver's license.
We have a late 1926 Port
tiac Coach with new rubber,
several extras, runs and
looks like a pew car . for
"The House That Service Bmilt
COUNCIL GRANTS AUTHORITY
TO STRING WIRES
For your Westingffouse Mazda
lamps. Gahlsdorfs, Inc. s21
Encourage Religious Education
The Salem Council of Religious
Education will meet tonight at
7:30 in the Y. M. C. A. assembly
room to discuss ways and means
of furthering and fostering more
religious education in this com
munity. They will also consider
the proposal to affiliate with the
Marion county chapter of this or j
ganization, the purpose being the
Normal Regent Reappointed
C. L. Starr of Portland was
Tuesday reappointed a member of
the board of regents of the Oregon
Fined for Drunkeness
Leo Wilson was fined $10 in po
lice court yesterday for drunken-ess.
Your Children's Eyes
Demand good light. Phone 67
and have the Westinghouse lamps
delivered from Gahlsdorfs, Inc.
Dr. McCprmick Expected Hack
Doctor J. D. McCormick, theol
ogy professor at Kimball college,
is expected back today from a trip
to Palestine and the holy land. He
was accompanied on the world
tour by his son, Kenneth.
INCREASE IN SERVICE HERE
SECOND ONLY TO L A. . '
Another indication of the rapid
growth Salem has experienced in
the past few months was given in
the report by C. E. Aller, manager
of the Pacific Telephone and Tele
graph company, that the city was
exceeded only by Los Angeles in
percentage of increase of tele
phone users since -January .1,
1927. As against 1.16 per cent
for the entire state of Oregon, Sa
lem showed 3.99 per cent. Los
Angeles, with four per cent, was
highest, and Portland, with less
than one per cent, lowest.
Additional equipment costing
$12,000 has been installed atthe
local office. The installation of
this equipment has been the cause
of certain interruptions in phone
service which have occurred re
cently, Mr. Aller explained.
Salem has the largest ruTal tel
ephone patronage for its size of
any city on the Pacific coast, and
possibly in the country, said Mr.
Aller. There are 1100 subscrib
ers on lines within a two mile ra
dius of the city.
Business establishments in the
city use their telephones an aver
age of 60 times per day, Mr. Aller
pointed out. 25,000 of the 33,000
daily calls now registered come
from the business phones.
Permission was granted by the
city council Monday night for the
chamber of commerce to string
wires across certain business thor
oughfares on which banners for
the state fair, and future conven
tions will be displayed.
"Permission also was granted
the First Methodist church to put
in place "o parking signs on
the curbs in the vicinKy of the
church during the conference, so
as to maku "it more convenient for
visiting ministers to leave their
cars near the building.
Resolutions authorizing the city
engineer to call for bids on a
rotary or turbine type of sewer
cleaning outfit were introduced
Permission was granted the
Oregon Pulp and Paper company
to extend hr. Court street dock
and warehouse property a total
of 80 feet at a cost of $9.000.. The
paper company is now using the
A resolution vacating East
Nob Hill street from Rural to
Jerris was passed. -
An ordinance bill creating Cen
ter street a "through street" from
Church to Capital, and Capital to
24th street was given third read
ing and passed.
An ordinance calling for bids on
bonds of $40,000 for the proposed
incinerator was passed.
MAtfBE IT'S 'BOOT TIME"
I STARTED TELL IN Pop
WHXt r Wr4T FOR
CHRISTMAS SO THAT HE
wiii have. Plenty of
JTIME TO SAVE UP FOR XT-
North Howell Young Folk
Enter 0AC and High Sshool
JURY PANEL CHOSEN
SALEM PEOPLE PREDOMINATE
ON OCTOBER LIST
Pacific coast. - He wu sentenced
to . ten years at San Quentin . in
February 1523 for murderous as
sault, but was paroled after Mir
ing three and a half (years. The
San Francisco warrant against him
now charges assault with a dan
gerous weapon. . ,
Clark escaped during a ehango
In Jailers after he had stepped in
to, a lavatory. Leaving the room,
he slipped around a' corner and en
tered a passenger elevator unrecognized.
nlv:andrver otrWiscopshi; nd
sbrT grand children. .Thebody is
athe Webb Funeral Parlors. .
- Funeral services will, be held
Thursday at 2 p. m.. from the
Webb Funeral Parlor,. ReT. John
son officiating. Interment in City
Vlew cemetery. ';
PLAN HUGE LIGHTEOTSIGN
Theater Given Permission to Erect
, 4 , .One Abort? Street
i In this city, Monday. September
19,. Boyden Douglas Bedee, Js.,
age two years, infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. Boyden D. Bedee. i Fun
eral services Wednesday, Septem
ber 21, at 2 p. m. from the Rigdon
Mortuary. Concluding services at
the Mt. Crest Mausoleum.
mother of Mrs.- Ina E. Nclaon-of.
Eugene G. C, Patterson of Sajem
and El W. Patterson of Oklahoma:
Funeral services . will be held
Thursday, September 22, at 1 : 3 0 -p.
zn. at the Rigdon. Mortuary. ;-
The grand jury panel for the
October term of court was an
nounced here yesterday as follows:
E. T. Prescott, Salem; Estelle S.
Gatke, Salem; "Maud Meyer, South
Silverton; James H. Livesay, East
Woodburn; Ben Clemens, Central
Howell; Roy L. Whitlock, Scotts
Mills. . Archie Jermann, Quinaby;
John C. Savage, Waconda: Onie
L. Martin, Salem; Myron Van Ea
ton, Salem Heights; Sam H. Wil
liams, West Silverton; F. D. Bligh,
Salem; II. C. Robertson, Salem;
Steve E. Wolfe, Salem; R. D. Hul-
To Repair Dwelling
J. S. Sawyer was granted a per
mit yesterday to construct repairs
to the extent of $1500 on his home
at 851 N. Winter street, in Boise's
Check iTp Your Empty Sockets
And phone 67 for your West
inghouse lamps. Gahlsdorfs, Inc.
Grants Pass Man Hon
Myron C. Gaston of Grants Pass
is visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph H. Kletzing.
Are requested to meet at the
Rigdon Mortuary at 1:15 Thurs
day afternoon to attend the fu
neral of Sister Hattie Patterson.
By order of the lodge. s23
Looking for a House
Is wearisome Work. Better call
at our office and let us run
over our listings with you. Per
haps we can locate vou at nnr
I We give special . attention to
rentals. If you wish to rent
your house, apartments, busi
ness building or farm, list it
i frith us. . i
?! U. S. REALTY CO.
442 State St.
Chest Meeting Tonight
For the purpose of arguing out
the pros and cons and the prob
able -advantages of a community
chest for Salem, there will be an
open house meeting tonight in the
chamber of. commerce rooms of all
Interested. 'n this vital community
it falrt1The - meeting has been
ealled by Dr. Henry E.. Morris and
fie secured the presence of
Hugh" H. Henderson, executive sec
retary of the Portland community
chest, to address the meeting. All
of the local service clubs have ap
pointed delegates to attend.
W..U. Man Gets Job
Lester Proebstl, a Willamette
graduate with the 1914 class, has
been appointed editor of an edu
cational magazine in Ipoh, Africa
free state settlement, according to
letters received here.
S. A. Lass Speaks
Miss Margaret Sheldon, who has
been called the original doughnut
lass of the Salvation Army, is
scheduled to speak at the Wigrlch
hop yard, tonight, where she will
tell of her experiences in France
during the World War. Last night
she spoke at the local Salvation
Array hall at 241 State street. She
will speak there again Thursday
NORTH HOWELL, Sept. 20.
(Special.) Gilbert Oddie left last
week for Forest Grtlve where he
will continue his studies at P. U.
School here will begin October
3 with E. F. Fletcher and Miss
Susie Coomler as teachers.
Five new Grange members were
voted in at the September meet
Mrs. E. G. Wiesner and son
George visited In Portland last
week and attended the radio show.
Many of our North Howell boys
are attending high school again.
Among those who go to Silverton
high are Earl and Leonard Ruth
erford, Morris Haynes, , Martin
Mikkleson, Donald Vinton, Edwin
Johnson. George and Alan Wies
ner. Those who attend at Gervais
are Perle Pickens, Russel Ruther
ford, Harley Oddie. Russel "Coom
ler and Paul Rauch.
. Roy Baughman of Portland is
spending a few days with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wiesner and
Miss Bertha and Wayne drove, to
Portland last Sunday.
When Mussolini gets that arm?
of 5.000.000 and a navy and air
force in proportion, as he predicts
he will, maybe he will not be
satisfied with being dictator of
Italy merely. Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegraph.
A BETTER OIL
tpason why (1 OF many) i
JOn.Y?An extra "oiline1
Co meet the demand of
,, modern motors
STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA
For the Best in Meats
1927 FREE WALLPAPER
H AMPLE BOOKS
Call, phone or write
MAX O. BUREN
x7t N. Commercial Salem
Have that Winter Coat
We reline, shorten and make it
look like new.
Ladies' wool dresses cleaned
and pressed, SI. 00 up. Men's
and Ladies' suits cleaned and
On the Wallace Road
C. F. BRE1THATJPT
Telephone S80 112 State St.
FOR SALE OR REXT
Suburban home, niile and half
from Bush Bank, paved road,
modern house except furnace,
bearing fruit trees, F. L.
TWOOD, 341 State St.
OLD PHOTOGRAPHS COPIED
Often you want old photoRmnhs
reproduced, but fear entrusting
them to strangers.
Our reputation assures the safety and
proper care of your picture, which we
will copy, enlarge, frame or band color
at a price loirer than he unknown agent '
can offer; '.''' , " ' ' :
. - ' ; 423 Oregon 2d. ': ' :
t--iC. - vAS
Rewound and Repaired. New or
4 Used Motors
VTBBERT A TODD
111 South High . TeL HIS
YICK SO HERB CO.
-f J. H. LKOJfQ, Mgr.
Our Hf B't -work ass
been spent in studying
the healing properties
of Chinese harbs and
now daily we relieve
. those . suffering from
stomach, liver and kid
ney trouble, r beam e
tisra and gall stone
also disorders ot men
nd children. 1
Free Oonrnltatlon Call or Vrrttt,
; - Ope A. lf.,.to Pi.H. .V
! 4t0 etate SL, Bale, 0r?
sey, Salem Heights; Ruth A.
Brant, Salem ; John J. Ettiager,
Mill City; Leora Stevens, Elkhorn;
Paul V. Johnson, Salem; Sadie
Hardcastle, Salem; Ida G. Mosh
berger. West Woodburn; W. H.
Farr. Turner; F. R. DeRutte, Fair
field; Elsie C. Rhoten. Salem;
William Hermans, Sublimity;
Chas. E. Wilson, Salem; Cora W.
Cooper. Stayton; Bruce A. Jones,
Quinaby; Andrew L. Cavanaugh.
Champoeg; Julia A. Davis, Salem;
Thomas Little, Turner.
HO ELUDES COPS
CAITIVE WALKS AWAY FROM
CAPTORS AT PORTLAXU
PORTLAND. Sept. 20. AP
Clifford Clark, debonair negro.
escaped from the fifth floor of the
city jail here today where he had
been taken by deputy United
States marshals to be photograph
ed after having been sentlnced to
a four year term at McNeil island
Warrants are said to be now on
file against Clark In San Francis-
'o aud he is reported -under bond
of $2,000 In th federal court at
Seattle following his recent ar
rest at Blaine, where he was
caught following an alleged at
tempt to smuggle 42 grains of nar
cotics across the border from Can
Federal agents here todav said
Clark is one of the most desper
ate underworld characters on the
The name "Bligh's Capitol The
atre" will be emblaxoned over
State street at. High on an elec
trically lighted sign 40, feet long.
and nearly four feet high.
Permission Monday night wae
granted T. O. Bligh by the city
council to erect the sign. It will
be supported on the north side
of State street by a 40 foot orna
mental post set in concrete.
Remember the good old days
when the baseball players wore
flowing moustaches and chewed
Gaylord Elton Bradfield died at
a local hospital September 20, at
the age of three years. . He is
survived .-by his. parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Bradfield, of Alsea,
Oregon The remains are in
charge of the Salem Mortuary.
.Martin Fliflet of Turner died
at a local hospital last night at the
age of 61 years. .He is survived
by his widow. Jphanna, three sons,
Levi, and Oscar, both of Salem and
Victor of Carlisle, Washington;
three daughters, Miss Palma of
Turner. Mrs. Anna Ifunke of Tur
ner and Mrs. Clara Massey of
Klamath Falls; three brothers, Al
fred and Carl of Turlock, Califor
Money refunded if it does not
cure your case
NEIOV A HUNT, Drngglsts
Cor. Court and Liberty TeL 7
6. 8 and 10 cents per yard. Also
buttons, stamping and pleating.
ANNA H. KRUEGER
Over Miller's Telephone 117
Perfect Funeral' Service
For Less -
Licensed Lady Mortician
770 Chemeketa Street
For Men and Woinen
John J. Rottle
415 STATE ST.
vAt the residence, 679 North
High- street, Monday, September
19, Mrs. Hattie B! Patterson,' age
76years, wife of J. A. Patterson,
IF fJIS THE
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You Are Looking
for Read the
LOOK OVER OUR
Good Tooth Brushes,
' AII Styles
- Brushes with transparent ,
'or bone handles; straignt
or bent,; ;Brlstles seraled, :
tufted or receding.
Brushes of pure bristle or
pf goat or badger hair for
; tender gams. ,
Brushes for adults, youths
or infants. ,
PerVy's Drug Store
1115 S. Commercial
FRANK GRIEPENTEOG'S r
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
EsUblistied IS! t
General Banking Business
Office Hoars from 10 a. m. to S p. m.
Today, September 21st
1:00 P. M.
Located 4 miles S. E. of Salem on the Cottage farn road,
miles south of Salem Cheese factory.. Follow the
1 bay Btare 9 yrs.
1 grey team t and 10 yrs.' eld
weight 2800 lbs.v .
S Jersey. Guernsey A Holsteln
cows, frem S to I yrs. eld, aB
were fresh to the last 1 weeks.
t Guernsey A Jersey heifers 1
1 Guernsey calf weeks eld -1
sheet 100 lbs.
1 brood sew 1 yr. old open
100 Hollywood A Hanson White
- Leghorn hens, a fine bench
100 Black Minorca hens 1 yr. eld,
a fine lot
t B-f t. Osborne binder .with trans
portation track ' -I
4 4 -ft McCormick tnewer ' '
I 9-ft. McCormick rake r
I t-tt. Van Brjndt drffl
1 grape hoe
1 No. 40 Olirer plow i
1 orchard plow
1 2-section lever harrow
1 Eer. dlse
1 low iron, wheel wagon with rack
3-inch high wagon with 3 ton
springs .. . "),.v
1 Moline ealUrator with dlse
hlJlers. like new
1 5-tooth cultivator !
1 Iowa cream separator 750 lbs.
capacity. like new
1000 lbs. Fairbanks scales
1 S la 1 wash, machine for gas
1 170-egg St. Helens Incubator
200 chick brooder
1 new set doable work harness
1 set eld harness, S stands bees
1 eld buggy, 2000 new lath .
2 iron wheel barrows ,
Mir1. Mi " '
The Oregon Statesman's Big Radio Prize
Contest for Boys and Girls ,
Good for 25 Votes
This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed
to The Contest Department of THE OREGON STATESMAN,
will count for the person whose name is written thereon..
Cut out' neatly.
Void after Oct. 1
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TRANSFER and STORAGE
Long and Short Distance Hauling
v Public and Prirate Storare
Fireproof Building 'J , t
GRAIN, FEED: AND SEED
- Free Delivery to any part of the city
Quotations on Application
. ' ' ; ; ; PAUL TKAGLIO.'.Proji"
Day Telrphcr.s 23
Il-bt Tcl-bcna 12S7-T7
300 sacks, forks, shovels, pest eager, ehslns. sledge hammer, block
and tackle, wire stretcher, scoops, range, heater, lawn mower, range,,
grindstone, en am and real good plane and other household furni
ture and many ether miscellaneous articles.
TERMS: CASH. Frank Griepentroz, Owner.
F. N. , Woodryy 12 yrs. Salem's1 leading auctioneer in
charge. . ..
Ces. Store ltlo K, Summer St. STlnSS?? fhone 5U
B I G
Wednesday Nitej 7 p. m.
1610 N. Summer St. 4. : .
- Two brass beds, with springs and mattresses; 1 ivory
wood bed, with springs and mattress; 1 reed baby beg
l:y; 1 oak extension table; 6 diners; 1 oak sideboard;
1 oak writing desk and book case; 1 oak buffet; 2 ma
hogany rockers with velour seats; 1 oak rocker with
leather seat; 3 plain oak rockers; 1 tapestry overstuffed
davenport and chair; 2 Axminster rugs GfX 9'li";
also 1 Axminster 9 x 12, also Brussels 9 x 12; 4 small
rugs; 3 new linoleum rugs; 1 extra good organ; 1 large
aak dresser; 1 ivory dresser; 1 kerosene hot .water
heater complete; 2 stand tables;. 1 electric vacuum
weeper; 2 reed rockers and stand table; 1 Edison phon
ograph; 1 kitchen linoleum; 1 oak library table; 1 stair
carpet; 1 ash dresser; 1 double framed bicycle.
i Brooms, mops, pails, small kitchenware. dishc3, edd
chairs, and many other miscellaneous articles.
MISS MAESL GOItLEY r
MR. W. F. ELLIOTT
. MRS. IL L, MILES
.' Owners - '
Prxyate Sales DailySec my, stock cf nzw cr.:l
4 ; . used, furniture '. . '.,
Cash Paid for Used Furniture . i '.P Phcr.8 511
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