The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, October 11, 1927, Page 8, Image 8

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    THE OREOON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY MQENIKG OCTOBER U, 1327
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REAL S Fffl
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Coming to Elsinore Theater Today;
'If.
Wet Pavement 'Mates More
-Accidents Than j Usual
'-' Over Week End i l
"t Sunday and Monday saw almost
a steady stream of people making
out accident reports' at police
headquarters. This la in compli
ance with a state law, no matter
how slight the accident. Usually-
In faet over ninety per cent of
these reports show nothing more
, than a broken fender lor bent
bumper. Still.' this 'mast be re-
; ported- - i; '
Sunday and Mondar saw very
I slippery pavements, due to: the
steady- drizzle that started in
early Sunday and Is still contin
uing. Under these conditions po
lice always expect numerous acci
dents. , Quite frequently. however.
these accidentrf-are the result oft
: alow drivers. A local aotoist said
yesterday: .
'If "there was a fine for slow
driving, as there Is for excessive
and reckless" speed, we would be
. much better off. The fellow who
mopes along the highway at 25
miles an' hour is the biggest nuis
ance there is to contend with.
"If the hignway were of snffi-
. clent width to, enable the car be
hind to sweep, past him and not
endanger himself or .the car: com
ing' 'from the other- direction it
would not matter. ' : -
Aa It 'is, 1 hours of time- is
wasted on a long trip' by having
-to wait' until a string of cars com
ing from the other 'direction have
- got by before it 'is safe to pass
Mister iBoob" who -' idles along.
usually taking -In all of the high
. way Co himself, and-holding up an
.artery of fast moving traffic from
the rear. These people should be
jika.de .to" drive " the regulation
V apeed . limit or get off the road;"
. Among those reporting minor
iKlisiops yesterday were: A. N.
Kuetnsting, 420 Rural street; Earl
Lane 2190 Virginia street; J.
. JuHk; " 202 Jefferson; Ed.
'Hayes, 689 N. Capitols John Roth.
1255 NlthJ H.fc C. McDowell,
, 7 S. 12th ; . Jonathan Schindler,
VestiMeyers; D. L. Pingle; H. J.
Blessing, 871 Alameda street,
Portland and A. L. Stephens,
Portland.
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Lieutenant Commander John Philip Sousa
GIRL RESERVE FLAN
CLUBS TO BE ORGANIZE!) IN
JUNIOR HIGH
SCENERY HOT SOLD
MOTOR ASSOCrATION DIREC
' TOR URGES PROGRAM
WORKER
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Candidates1 Eagerly-Piling
-,rUp Votes; This Week-.
; : Mpst Important
VISITORS COLORFUL
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COWBOY' SKY PILOT, ROPE
TWIRLER . AND KXBANDIT
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Vco'wbojr sky pilot, a champion
toltertwlrier, and a converted one
times bardened criminal were cel
jrf aIvlsftors in Salem during the
jast week.' " . M"
it IrThey : were E. O. Mfckel, old-ttme-Montana
cowman, now a
AmVelinar religious worker; bis
mnn Mbntie Mickel. and Frank
Novak; prominent business man of
" .Seattle, who, r-years ago was a
notorious bandit! " r ! 1
V;MoBtieaHekel gave demonstra
tlonjiiof his rope-twirling ability
ait' tfte-Sunday meetings of the
PalVatidn Army corps: He twirled
bahemp40 diferent ways. Hjs
'father preached the' sermons.
" f AliHhree. men visited the stae
penltebrtiry- Sunday Afternoon and
treated itheJnmates with a! diversi
fied program; Mr. Novak, recom
mended bv Dr. "Mark A. Matthews,
i pastor of Sattle's .First ' Presby-
morat leader; talked ttf the prfs-
.bifiti, and Montle twirled ltt rope
again... ;;-'" ft'
A , i Novak Is native of Bohemia
lleaays bis lather shipDed him to
America because he was too bad to
Teiaaln at home.' '
Plans are being formulated XoA
organize, with the -permission of
the principals, Girl Reserve clubs
in' the junior high and grade
schools iof Salem, under the direc
tion of Miss Elizabeth Baker, gen
eral secretary of the Y. W. C. A.
These clubs are to be under the
immediate supervision of Willam
ette students two supervisors for
each club.
A meeting of the advisory com
mittee was held on Friday afaer
nooh, at the Y. W. C. A. , At
this meeting Miss Baker outlined
the nature of the advisory work.
Those present were: Marian Mi
chaelson, Evelyn Hartung, Bun
eva Culbertson, Esther Lisle, Lor
etta Varley, Lysle Scheldt, Min
nie Shrode, Bernice Mulvey, Mar
vell Edwards, Esther Dieffenbaeh,
Dorothy Taylor, Ruth Burch, Leah
Fanning, Dorothy Estling and
Dorothy Hutcheson.
.The Girl Reserve movement is
an organization within the Y. W.
C. A.for younger girls, and is in
ternational in its aspect. The ob
ject of this movement, in direct
accordance with the purpose of
the Y. W. C. A. is to make a con
tribution to those elements in the
life of a girl which set free the id
eals and convictions that help her
live as a Christian of her age. It
endeavors to aid her to grow, thTu
normal activities into' the habits
insights and ideals which will
make her a "responsible, eager,
and capable woman. .
- Girl Reserves are grouped, us
ually, according' to' their ages
and interests into "triangles." The
duties .of the triangle' are perform
ed through three committees,
membership, social, and service
the teen-age girl i3 imaginative
and easily appealed to by the sym
bolic. The Blue Triangle of the
Girt Reserves should symbolize
to every girl who wears it the
highest type of service for God
and country the kind of service
that requires not mere handiwork
but the kindling enthusiasm and
the determination to make good.
Tourists came tjo Salem and vi
cinity from California- and the east
three-fourths sold on, attractions
here; and " citizens fail to make
the job complete, Ray Conway, di
rector of the Oregon state motor
association, told -members of the
Salem : Chamber of Commerce
yesterday at the regular luncheon.'
Every scenic spot, -every impor
tant building has a story behind it
declared Mr. Conway. This story
should be told to make the scen
ery interesting as well as beau
tiful. After a brief address, the room
was darkened, and Mr. Conway
showed motion pictures of Salem,
Silverton Falls, and Mt. Hood., The
film was one of 14 recently made
of Oregon attractions, being
shown all through the United
States.
Only about ive per cent of the
people coming to Oregon with the
Intention of seeing, and possibly
climbing Mount Hood, ever view
its beaut,es, Conway said, because
of citizenry laxity.
The mission or tne highway as
sociation everywhere is to make
traveling for the motorist conven
ient, comfortable, and economical.
Oregon has a county road system,
and a market road system second
to none in the United States. Far
flung ranch homes everywhere are
connected with highways which
lead to the business and govern
mental centers.
The American automobile asso
ciation maintains 2500 informa
tion offices in the United States
for the aid of tourists. There are
15 offices in Oregon, including one
in Salem and one in Portland.
Phil Eiker, Salem director of
the Oregon association introduced
Mr. Conway. Mable Vance-Pet-teys
sang an ode to Mt. Hood
written by Hal Hoss, secretary to
the governor.
(By Radio Contest 'Editor)
The question now foremost in
everybody' mind is Who will beJ
the big prize winner when the
judges announce their official de
cisions on October 22nd. The
question is Will I have enough
votes when the final count is
made to put me over the line a
winner of one ef the big prizes.
The meet determined efforts In
the big-race for the beautiful ra
dios and bicycles that are soon to
be awarded in the Oregon States
man campaign have been launch
ed. -'
Candidates are beginning to
work as 'they never worked before.
The spirit of determination is
growing In aspirants- of the big
prizes and the votes are increas
ing .in volume and are pouring in
to the contest department.
Enthusiasm of contestants has
spread to their frienda and ac
quaintances. In many of the sec
tions of the city a great amount of
neighborhood pride is being made
to heve one of the biggest prizes
won by - the .favorite contestants
of each community. Many, candi
dates call at the contest depart
ment and express their determin
ation to put forth their best ef
forts during the remaining two
weeks of the contest. Letters
from candidates in the different
districts and their friends filled
ith the same sort of enthusiasm
make one believe that the remain
der of the race will be more spirit
ed and exceedingly close.
The last vote period is now on.
A bonus of 25;000- votes will be
awarded for each club of $8.00 se
cured up- to the close of the con
test on October 22nd. This is the
final period. Subscriptions will
count as much now as any other
time during the contest. The
longer you delay In getting in full
swing, the harder it will be for
you to make a strong finish.
You are after votes, or you
should be after votes if you expect
to be one of the big prize winners.
The Statesman's prizes are to be
distributed to those who make the
best showing from subscriptions in
the vote column. This is a cam
paign of live-wires. The race at
this period is truly a neck and
neck affair, first one candidate
beating and then another, and is
attracting much attention ail over
the territory. It is interesting to
see .which of the several contend-
.PERENNIAL ROW OF TWO
COMMISSIONS SETTLED
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squlrrelsMn Yamhill county And
tufrf the animals over to various
parks throughout the state! -There
h as 'been an open season' on gray
'squirrels in several" counties' due
-to Hheir .Inroads ; on the j walnut
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Sunday School Convention ;
pjanned for November 6
? PRINGLE. Oct 10. (Special)
-Mrs. S. E. Coburri arrived home
Friday from her visit In Washing
ton.,, ' . , ) .
Mr Muno and family accom-i
pan led by Grandpa Smith are driv
ing to Los Angeles this week and
expect to spend the winter there.
Mr. Harding lost his horse last
week. .,
,The Red Hill program commit
tee met at Fred Scott's Sunday
and ; planned a -program for the
Sunday - school convention f o be
held at Prlngle November $:
Denial Unit Activity
Reported on At Meet
Activities of the Marlon county
dental unit for the month of
September- were reportea at a
meeting yesterday noon. School
children numbering 128 have been
given dental treatments, an sev
eral conferences have been held by
the dental field unit officials.
Addresses were made at the,
O. A. C. summer school session
and to the home nursing class at
Mill City on the care of teethby;
Dr. Estil Brunk, director of the
unit.
Plans are under way for the
establishment of a dental unit In
Jackson county A two months
survey of the educational work in
that county will be made im
mediately.
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1 ical treatment for JPiie$ and
cV'icr Rectal and Colon disease
Vdeiy. Tcwatnmnde& bf thfnitamla C forma
r,nt.that requt for treatment ha c"
ttvc Ubahment at oibxs nd Wahly traia
jai:km to tUof tonit maintained in rortiaaa
1 .-..ij r rTk ' HiikmM Rnnk enntalnk
mcttiMl ktttn ot hamiroat i patient aUo
i Li. 1 ' U4al
4 . n -v . vmvmi'im ww
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'S.LRA.NCE OF Si'CCL5fi IX
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G Kti3 ft. FUND ED. Snd
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GET READY
Starts'-
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popular' d the race,? aWd the cJwSI
rrsr-
bisyeles
Second payments ' on subscrlp
tions .taken early in the campaign;
are proving" art impcrUnt factor in
the race now. Those contestants
who are working n these are
profiting the. most. Think of hav
ing a prize worth up to S175.00
given for your,Tlef forts in. this
campaign. Think what it maens
to "win any of these fine radios.
And ... there are - 20 . prises to be
awarded to liverwirfe hustler? on
the 22nd of October. Just a short
time away.
r As to which canuidates will be
named the winners among those
as the raee stands, all depends on
who works the most during the
short time that remains. Satur
day, October 22nd is tfie last big
opportunity to wln.j Now is the
time to get your vttes that 'will
make jou a winner.! .
STATS SHAW RADIO CONTEST
LIST OF CANIXATES
OCT. 10, 1927
Nam Address
Howard Adams. K. 2, Box SO
Vara Adm' 884 S..tH --.
C R. AHenhy, U. 1. B. 4B. '
lJe Aerharc. .117 Capitol .:
Timifr .
.Tams "Eeall, "104n Xorway
Walter Voi.ytM. K. 4. B. 13A
fieo. Caiisy, J016 K.. 2th..'.i
Keuntrth Coffey, 1355 Marion
Kort Connell. 975 Front,
WRt SaJn . ,
J. Detaywood, Anto Park
Alf rod Downs, 880 N. Slat
AJbwt Etdr. Mnnmonth. Ore. ,
Howard KJ I iotf, 1444 Oentr ....
Rsllh Evre. 870 N. 17th
Clarence Fast, 1330 D..-..
Alfred' Frenrh, Route 4 ... l...
Mi Bernis Oodtey. 375 N.
14th - -
Lawrence Almont Grimes. 1853
Mer
Bert Il3woh, 1595 I.ee-.
Willrnr Harmes, 1910 N. Sum.
mer
fllen Hordman. 614 ti. 21st ...
John Hauiren, Route ', Wood
bam, Orecon
Rnnatd Hewitt. 1311 N. 4th ...
Manrire Kelsey. 1230 Ferry....
Walter Kieper, . 1840 Haginmw
Kenneth Lewi. 1429 Te.
Rohert T-onR, 2060 S. Cottage
Floyd Maddy, R. Bok lOfi,...
"Byron Menis. 299 D......
Leon Mickenham. 1295 S.
12th
Herbert Mortey, 793 N 17th..
Mare Morford, 1926 N Cottage
Itobert Payne
Robert Pirkens. 865 N. 17th..
Willys Pearcey 2156 South
Church -
Johnnie Perine, 1090 N. 17
Harold Persey, 1315 Shipping
Mildred Peters. R. 1. Sublim
ity, Oregon 37S.c2S
Ronald Kasmusaen. 1309 Wat-
ler , 86,650
Robert Rammaire, 613 Market T9.400
George Serf. 8TO X. Liberty-- 301. 15
Jim Sehon, 1645 Mission. .. 88.200
Mason Shutt, 701 N. 14th 120,075
Robert Skewis. 1967 Ccr.t-r 83.550
Eldon Slavena, 1098 Tnomp-
on --- 142.600
Robert S. Stalling. 1140 M.
Front 262.850
Patil Toews, 275 N. 20 68.750
Sidney Van, Lyderaf. 1225 N.
Summer r - 264.325
Salman Vadney, 431 8. Cot
tage 275.050
Lorinc- M. WalHnf, a. i, ux. '
258 71,400
Kdmund Weisner, 1072 Union 305,125
Maxwell White, 1010 Oak 370.5001
Walter Wiens, 1431 N. Cot
tage 204,525
Chester Wiltse. 1895 X Winter 274,400i
Voti
89.2J0
43.00O
48.SO0
307.055
1W.225
382.300
155.250
236,275
92,475
7.2.1ft
10.0S5
r58,900
346,025
365.500
06.025
234.650
261,275
295,800
361. BOO
374,725
96.275
304.450
266,800
106.475
362,600
371.450
304.675
201.675
375.600
361.825
368.000
347,000
357.423
74,425
294,250
69,000
One nice thing about winter is
you don't have to look at pictures
of marathon swimmers.
Wednesday.
1 .EsiNOFE TOEATCR , :
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Popular fcricesV".
FREE
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lifeflfl!!
Famoiis Ghitmgo -Foot
Doctor will be at
The Price
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All Day
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Wednesday
Free Package 'Corn :Pkds Given to
eacii person calling on Wednesday.
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GKiropodist Also in Attendance
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Seek Cuban , Protection
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NOGAL.ES, -Afli.; Q$t. :10.
( AP) Official advices to ; the
Nagales Herald tonight stated
that Candido Aguilar, son in law
of : former Presidept Carranza.
and John Barragan, prominent
during the Oarranza regime, had
taken .refuge in the Cuban embas
sy at Mexico City to escape arrest
as revolutionists, . - -
The. adTices added that a heavy
guard' of federal troops had been
thrown around , the Cuban embas
sy to prevent the escape of Agui
lar and Barragan. ''
Further official- telegrams to
night chronieled the execution of
two more generals and a former
senator charged with, rebellion
and predicted,, .wholesale execu
tions withlp the next few days
throughout the republic to finally
crush the revolt.
The three added Jothe fast
growing list of vIcUmXoTgdvern
taent firing squads were: Gen
eral P.orftrio Gonzales, shot yes
terday at Monterey; General Car
los Villa Nueve ex-governor of
the state- of Chiapas, shot to-day in
Mexico City, and ex-Senator En
rique B. Mantel.
An official announcement, from
the attorney general -at Mexico
City said he had in his possession
a 'long list of . names of persons
known to be implicated in the
present outbreak and that these
persons scattered throughout var
ious states would be brought be
fore th.e gun win.nzzleAjpf.the far
ing squads without delay.-
. Further advices from the cap
ital said that Felix Palavicinl
newspaper publisher recently ar
restedi went on trial today before
a. civil tribunal there. It was in
timated that the government be
lieved it had absolute proof of his
revolutionary activities and the
death sentence was expected.
The known list of those execut
ed .during eight days of revolu
tion, shows 18 generals and 64
Others.
. Reports tonight from Mazatlan
Biaieu.ueuerat JSlvaro Obrogon.J
whose re-election campaign is aid
by opponents of the government
TtT harereaiised ;tTre present revolt
had reacneq tnat city and
ed to arrive .at ,hia home
gales, Sonora. on Wednesday or
Thursday,, :. !
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Junior Chamber to Hold
Meeting Tomorrow Nig
The Salem' high school iuik
chamhiritJf.epmmerce, organii
last year for the purpose o( rWrs
eratlng with the work of tU?
qhambr, will hold a meeting i
mqrrow evening. Some metutc-r
the city chamber will deliver; ti.
main address.'- . t- .
. Several business meetings hav.
been held by the junior cbamt
to outline the year's work.'
jSchaefer's
i Herbal
Cough
Syrup
One of the Finest Cough f
syTups made. ' j
Gives Imemdiate Relief 1
From Coughing and 1
Throat Irritation.
V Sold Only At '
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Schaefer's I
J DRUG STORE
135 North Commercial St.
Phone 197
The Penslar Store i
Original Yellow Front I
t Drug-Store
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ALE'
MULES, HORSS, COWS, FARM
r MACHINERY AND H. H. GOODS
; SV-jMi. So. of Salem on Pacific Hiway
l U Watch for Sign ou Highway- :
Tuesday
Oct. 11, 1927
COMMENCING 1:00 P. M. SHARP, THE FOLLOWING
:: i . PROPERTY .
1 pr. Mules, wgt. 1SOO each, 8 yrs. old; 1 pr. Mules, wgt. 1000
ages 4 and lO years; 1 brown Horse;; wgt. 1200, 7 yrs. old; 1
S-yr.-oId Jersey Cow, fresh; 1 Jersey Cow, 5 yn., fresh a few
uays, gai.; x oia Jersey cw, rresn Oct. 15.
Best Mules in the County. See Them! '
1 Wagon; 1 McCormick binder; I Champion mower; 1 John
Deere sulky plow: 1 Hack; 1 Oliver 2-sec. iharrow; 1 Hay rack;
1 set 4-horse plow eveners; 2 sets heavy work harness; 10 tons
baled Hay. 5 tons CheatK,5 tons Vetch; 1 heater; 1 6-hoIe Opal
Range; 1 Dining Table and (jhalrs;. 1 Library Table; 3Rocking
Chairs; 1 Dresser with French beveled glass mirror; 1 Kitchen
Cupboard: V Work Table, 2 Bedsteads. 2f Springs; 1 Washing
Machine: I Wringer; Jars; Crocks, and numerous other articles.
Also 1 Bay Horse weight 1200? 1 Brown Mare weight 1150; 1
Set Harness, god as new; 1 Wagon; 1 Loganberry Kimble; 1 16
inch Oliver Stubble Plow; 1 Horse Cultivator; t Horse Cultiva
tor Drag; 1 McCormick Mower; 1 1D23 Fordson Tractor, good
as new; I Tainden Disc; 1 Engine Kimble; 1 Engine Disc Gang
flow; 24 Chickens and many otlier things too numerous to
mention.' ' '
Terms of Sale: Cash unless otherwise arranged for.
H. S. BATES and Wm. KELLEY, Owners j
(Positively No Reserve) i.
H. F. Woodry and Son
Auctioneers
Rite Down Town
Phone 75 271 N. .Commercial St.
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See us personally about your farm and city sales,
experience. Vours for satisfaction always. . ;
Agents for Lang Stoves: ' ' . Cash for Used Furniture
cars
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