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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1327
Stressed in Exhibits
Harry W. Scott, the "Salem Cycle Man," has a display of
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twinand side car, and. the very latest new parcel delivery
All of the motorcycles displayed are equipped with fore-
wheel brakesr. The features stressed in Mr. Scott's display
is low mileage cost of tranportation and the speed with which
deliveries can be handled.
Assisting Mr. Scott with the display is Frank Hurst, dis
trict representative for the Harley-Davidson company, and
two salesmen, Wayne Taylor and Ed Hurstman. In addition
to his headquarters here, Mr. Scott now has a cycle shop in
GARDNERS ON DISPLAY
Barrett Brothers have a display of Gardner cars in the
automobile building. They include a 75 sedan, an 80 sedan,
and an 85 sedan. Arthur Taylor and Ray Albee of the Albee
Motor Car company, Portland, are assisting with the display.
PACKAGE TRUCK FEATURE
Most people think of the motorcycle as a pasenger carrier
only, but one of the displays featured by Harry Scott, local
"cycle man" shows the practical value of the Harley-Davidson.
package truck as a business adjunct. This motorcycle
with a side-car which can have any shape or style of body
for carying packages or merchandise, is one of the novel dis
plays at the auto show.
The population of the United
States in 1900 was 89.000.000.
automobile registration 8.000; in
ltl8 population was 115,000,000.
motor " vehicle registration 22.
"Tomboy" lingerie, consisting: of
shorts, brassieres and a combina
tion of the short with chemise top,
made in red and white line check
ed material, are popular with the
TO STAY- In OFFICE
President Coolidge Issues
Statement on Agricultural
WASHINGTON, Sept. 27.
(AP) President Coolidge Is
counting on the continued assist
ance of Secretary Jardine in deal
ing with the administration's farm
problems and does not expect the
agricultural secretary to yield to
the overtures of a group of Flor
ida fruit growers who would li'
to have him head a citrus cooper
The president authorized the
statement Friday that he not only
expected Mr. Jardine to remain in
the cabinet but had great confi
dence in htm and in his conduct
of the department of which he is
head. It was said at the White
House that the president was par
ticularly impressed with the man
ner in which the secretary had
reorganized the department wKh
a view to greater efficiency.
The White House pronounce
ment followed by a few hours a
public demand by Representative
Wilson, democrat, Mississippi,
that Secretary Jardine be asked
to resign because of the recent
agricultural department state
ment on cotton price trends. No
direct notice of this demand was
taken by White House officials,
however, and there was every
evidence that the administration
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would regard the cotton state
ment, and its effect on the cotton
market as a closed Incident.
ACTOR'S WIFE SUES
PICTURE F0l,K POISONED MARGARKT WHITE KEENAN
DEMANDS DIVORCE DECREE
City Health Department Makes
LOS AN'GELES. Sept. 27.
(AP) The city health department
ough investigation into the illness
has announced that after a thor
persons, mainly nipt ion picture
people, as the result of eating box
lunches from the same source,
they had determined that meat
sandwiches were the cause.
Apples imported from outside of
the state, and carrying traces of
arsenic spray, which were found in
the box lunch establishment, at
first were held to be the probable
cause of the illnesses. But the of
ficials said that after considerable
checking up, they had found that
none of the persons affected had
eaten any apples.
RICH HEIR DISAPPEARS
Richard J. Reynolds Found Miss
ing; Foiil Play Suspected
NEW YORK. Sept. 27 (AP)
The New York Times reported
today that Richard J. Reynolds,
21, president of Reynolds Airways
Inc., of winston-Salem, N. C, old
est son of the late founder of the
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco company
and one of the five heirs of a for
tune estimated at 50,000000 dis
appeared here 11 days ajjo.
The unsuccessful efforts of rela
tives, friends and private detec
tives to find him have aroused
the fear that he had met either
with an accident or with foul play
from persons who might have
known that he had several thou
sands of dollars in cash with him.
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 27.
(AP) Frank Keenan. veteran ac
tor, playwright, and director has
been made the defendant in a
suit for divorce filed by his wife,
Margaret white Keenan.
The suit recounts that when the
Keenans were married in Honolu
lu in June 1924, the actor was 68
years old and the bride was 23.
Mrs. Keenan charges, in her com
plaint that the actor promised her
half of his real and personal prop
erty if she would give up her pro
fession as a musician and marry
The couple separated Septem
ber 11, last. The wife's suit
charges Keenan with often being
intoxicated. disqualifying him
frequently for his work.
Declaring that Keenan "was a
film actor, director and author
had been capable of earning
$7,000 a mentbj Mrs. Keenan asks
$500 a week alimony and $3,900
for attorney fees. She declares
her husband has stocks and bonds
worth $40,000 and personal prop
erty valued at $60,000.
CHURCHMEN NOT LET IN
Government In Ecuador Issue
cree Excluding MinisKrs
QUITO. Ecuador, Sept. 27.
(AP) The Ecuadorean govern
ment has issued a decree forbid
ding the entry into the country all
foreign churchmen, irrespective of
The decree, by President Ay
"In conformity With article 5 of
the religious laws, the immigration
of clergymen, individually or col
lectively, is prohibited."
The minister o the interior in
exceptional cases may permit the
entry of foreign churchmen for a
period not exceeding forty days.
GARDNER 8 IN LINE !
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QUAKE LOSSES HIGH -
MOSCOW, Sept. 27. (AP) A
preliminary estimate of the losses
to property caused by the recent
earthquake in Crimea places the
amount at ,32.000.000 rubles
(about $16.000.000); i ' COffD
Pn.ti water ran be dinned from
the Atlantic Ocean for a disUncer
of 50 or more miles off th coast
of Braxil. according to an answer
ed question In Liberty. This is
dne to the enormous amount of
water that pours out of the mouth
of the Amazon River.' '
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rb and auspice of the sport
izs. Yet. for Man O' War
who was indifferent to all but the
victorious zoal, kinz and stable
boy rise to agree there was no
difference of opinion when that
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cWhm Supremdcy is so OutstandiMg- c
In its repertoire of brilliant abilities, the New Hudson Super-Six asserts
its supremacy in vivid performance facts that stand free and clear of
opinion or debate.
Here is a new power in motordom totally different in development
and expression totally new in range and efficiency the smooth and
mighty power of the steam engine delivered with silky ease and vivacity.
Coach aJ"tT 1285
(127 inch nfeottoM) ,
Brouzham - - - 1575
7-Pass. Phaeton - 1600
7-Pasa Sedan - - 1850
AM prices f.a.b. Detroit,
pms war mxcis tarn .
From standing start the New Hudson
Super-Six takes the full shot of power,
with Tio suggestion of lurch or stagger,
mounting to high speed with greater
smoothness and rapidity than any
stock car we know, regardless of size,
number of cylinders or price.
The basis of this great Hudson, capacity
is a new companion invention to the
Super-Six principle which turns waste
heat to power. Together, they com
bine the highest fefheiency in power
generation and transmission ever
achieved within our knowledge. It
makes Hudson the most economical
car- per pound weight in, the world.
In the new Hudson motor, spark '
knock heretofore characteristic of the
high-compression motor is eliminated.
Ordinary gasoline gives the perform
ance results sought through special
and higher-priced fuels.' By Hudson's
method of vaporizing raw gasoline
that enters the combustion chamber,
oil dilution is prevented, and heat
formerly wasted through the exhaust
becomes useful power. - -
I t is receiving the greatest public recep
tion in Hudson jhistory, because in all
ways it is the greatest Hudson Super
oix ever duhl-" v .
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Corner High and Chemeketa Streets
'"''', . See the Hudson-Essex Display a.t the Fair