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r'M i Glorious October, a month of .
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Cool crisp October days an ideal time
! ; lv for picture-making
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Whenever you step out-offdoors for a leisure hour, take your
Kodak along, fully loaded -;
All Kodak models are m stock here. Come in and see the
. line prices are but ?5 up. . ,
CAPITAL DRUG STORE
J. H. WILLETT " OWL AGENCY, 405 State. Comer State
LOCAL WEWS BRIEFS
Couple Marries l; ,,.- :';;.
A man iag license- baa been is
sued to Herbert-H-vs Webster,. JrvV
21, of thte city, t& marry Margar
et M. Flynn, tl of San' Francisco,
Webstef i ' bus V drfver. ; Tea
bride was a telephone operator.
I vers A Pond Piano-. ;
675 Model,. In almost new like
condition special at 3 15. Terms
to suit. George C. Will Music
House. 432 State St.
$1.25 Dinners served 5:
45 to 8
Pokorney Estate Appraised
The estate of Stella T. Pokor
ney, deceased, has been appraised
at $136.64, according to the re
, port filed In probate yesterday.
For 2 Be' a" dozen, at the rum-
mage sale held by the Congrega
tional church October 13, 14 and
15, at 226 North Liberty street,
Two New Houses ,
U-Fxed ling received fa permit
yesterday to erect a new dwelling
at.llSS 15th street at a cost
of tlOF90. f Percy G. Gorton also
took? out ja permit to build a
dwelling at 1045 Garnet at a tost
of -i$2 9.00. 1 H. C. Mase will con
structors 5 GO worth of repair to
his home at 1360 Saginaw street
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Standard Piano, Used
Specialties, fine bargain at
this priced Terms, $5 a month.
Geo. C. Will Music House 432
State St. i
Crystal Garden Wednesday.
Grapes for Jam and Jellies
Four cents per , lb. : at
Vineyard. Tel. 132F2.
License Issued- ' :
Gordon A. Barker, 21, a book
keeper, of 1811 Lee street. Salem,
yesterday, took out a license to
marry Veda Mae Korb, 23;?a tele
phone operator, of 407 North 21st
street. I . .
Used $195. with rolls and bench.
Term's to suit. Geo. C. Will Music
House, .432 State St.
Fainmount Hill New Horn
Three yotf will like at $7500 to
$12.000., All hare double garage
and all modern features, large
view lots. Becke & Hendricks,
189 NJ High street. ,
Xofc School Holiday.
' Although today has been set
aside hy the legislature as a non
judicial day it has not been desig
nated as a school holiday. It was
stated yesterday afternoon by Mrs.
Mary Fulkerson, county superin
tendent of schools. The announce
ment was made in answer to num
erous questions that have come
injo her office. 1 -
And - repairing, GlesePl? wen-FurnfturelCo.'-
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Columbus day real old time
dance. Crystal Carden.'DcC J2.'
Parked too Long id. '
B. F. Peetz, 1815 N. 5th street:
G. G. Vlck, 1175 Belmont streets
and Lloyd Schaffer paid $1 fines
each yesterday for; overtime park?
ins. - , ' '
Dancing Every Saturday ,
And Wednesday night' :i at
Knights Rest on Pacific Highway
lk mile south of Hubbard.
Van Trump Skeptical
The walnut crop in Marion
county this year will be consider
ably less than the crop of 1926
despite the fact that trees are
more developed than a year ago,
in the opinion of S. H. Van
Trump, Marion county fruit in
spector. A considerable number
of nuts have been shed due to
blight, he insists. There is a great
er acreage, set out, to walnuts in
this county than any other county
In ihesiate he declares, although
Washington county - has more
acreage bearing at the present
VIUIO. -ar IT r HvT
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others and must secure your ser
vices on'the basis of what you can
do for him. If he didn't, he
would soon have no business and
you would' have no job. Learn" to
do more for him by taking work
In the Capital Business College
Night School. Office open Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday nights
of this week for registration. Call.'
Q ILUJll! II
We have a 1926. Ford road
ster equipped with bumpers,
spot light and 35 !newk
tires This car has only
run but very little and? is a
fine job for $300.00. !
"The Hoih That Bervtee Built
Board to Meet
The ofHcial board of the Meth
odist church is to meet tonixht at
the church. A. A. Lee will pre
McCormick to Speak
Dr. J. D. McCormick of Kimball
school of theology is to speak at
the First Methodist church Sun
BUDGET BOARD CHOSEN
Committee Will Report at'
School Directors' Meet
Kimball Piano, S350 Model
Used practice piano, special at
$85. Terms $5 a month. Geo. C.
Will Music House, 432 State St.
A committee of Salem citizens
to draw up the annual school bud
get was appointed last night by
the school Board. Tne commit
tee will meet and report ait the
neit regular meeting.
Those named were William
Gahlsdorf, Dr. F L. Utter. ' W. H
Dancy. T. M. Hicks, and V. G
Shipley, with J. F. Hughes and 1
W; Eyre, alternates.
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BIB CRM F1L
Honor Roll Draws Interest;
Workers StiU Have! Splerr
. did C ahce '
Honor Roll Today -1i
enter Wiltse, No. 1
Robert Payne, No. S
Ralph Eyre, No
Johnnie Perrine, o. 4
! that the
SUE BEAVER BALL CLUB
Case Grows Out of Foul
Striking Man in Nose
Takes California Position
Mrs. Mary A. Armstrong, for a
number of years associated with
the state industrial school for
girls at Salem, has accepted a po
sition as superintendent of the
California girls' training home at
Alameda. California. She entered
upon her duties the first of October.
PORTLAND. Oct. 11. (AP
Trial of the .$5,239 damage suit
broughv agartitft the Portland
Baseball club by George Curtis
was opened here today, j Curtis
claims he was struck in the nose
by a foul ball while seated in the
grand stand of the local ball park
May 30. 1925. In addition to be
ing disfigured, Curtis says sever
al teeth were misplaced Involving
doctor bill of $239. In its de
fense, the baseball club contended
that Curtis picked hia own seat
and should have dodged the baH.
8 Oregon Pulp and Paper Co.
Preferred. Limited amount for
sale. Hawkins and Roberts. Phone
Columbua-Day Wednesday- :
Tell your friends. Dad Watson
real bid time dance. No jazz. Crys
tal Gardens, Usual good time.
Five Loads 16-inch Mill Wood
, $17.50. i Salem Transfer ; and
Fuel Co., 395 S. High. Tel. 529
Night 1988, r
Extradition Sought '
Governor Patterson Tuesday Is
sued papers looking to the extra
dition of J. A. Olson, who is want
ed at Dallas on a charge of non
support, preferred by his wife. Ol
son it under arrest at Chehalis.
Wash. Sheriff Hooker of Polk
county left for Chehalis last night
In Quest of the prisoner.
Mill Block Wood
For immediate delivery.
E. Wells, 280 S. Church,
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Baby Grand Piano, f875
S Model. ; fooked new, special
$495. Terms $10 month. Geo. C.
Will Music House, 432 SUte St.
-Tryout for B. B. Team '
Friday night will see the try
out for those who are anxious to
Play on the Y. M. C. A. basketball
team this season. Mr. -Rowley is
the director in charge of this de
partment of athletics, at the Y. -
-Ro,"RJckman, who was confin
ed to the Marion county Jail some
time ago on a charge of auto
theft, 'was yesterday released by
oder of .Br jprter Small, justice of
fjie" peace. ii .
Boxing Armory Arena
Big re-match fight. Ad Mackie
s. Phil Bajies. Ten rounds. No
raise in prices. Also Ted Fox of
Salem 'vs. Blllle Leonard of Port
land. Kid Lange of Oregon City
va. Si FIooW of Mill City. Special
event of four rounds -Al Shary of
Salem vs., Earl Morrison of Port
land. Tonight 8:30.
nummage Sale. Many Good
Articles. 224 N. Liberty Oct.
12. 13, 14... ; '
A nice little farm of 27
acres five miles from Salem.
About 1-8 mile from paved
highway ; running ' sprino;
water ; p e a c h e s, apples,
grapes,7 g "t r a w berries,
plums; 12 acres in cultiva
tion; 15 acres in pasture;
no buildings. Nothing bet
ter at the price. It has. been
reduced to ? $2,250 for , a
quick sale; .- ' - -
u; srnEALTY C0V
443 State St. r'-. - TeL
Tvnmer rtte Appraised
The estate of John JLramer,
-ieeeawed. has been estimated at
S25.310.84 by the official apprais
ers who' filed their report in pro
bate yesterday; Practically the
entire amount is in notes some
eing In bonds and bank deposits.
Ktnerson Piano, S350 rt
- ModeI. used, special at $180.
Terms $6 ai month. Geo. C. Will
Music House, 432 State St.
Unless yoii have good furnace,
itreplare," hardwood, Idry. tubs,
iook dinibg" room,' built-in .tub,
arge : garage, cement .walks,, and
paving, and" In a-nice district, see
as now. : . At 940 Columbia is
rooms and nook, home complete
in all ways for $3750 on any rea
sonable terms. Low interest, per
feet - title.' . Brand new. Other
modern homes from $3750 on up.
Bccke & Hendricks, 189 N. High
street. : i ' - ' -
Who ta To Blame i
Your employer Is not to blame
because you! do not receive more.
Gets His Share of Deer
Clarence George, an employe of
the Newton Motor Co., has re
turned, from a hunting trip with
party of friends at Cow Creek
canyon. There were seven rifle
men and the hunt netted 11 deer.
Mr. George, who is one of the
crack shotB of the local rod and
gun club, modestly admits that he
got his share. .
Knabe Piano, 9925 Model .
Used, but in good condition.
Special at $385. Terms $10 a
month. George C. J Will Music
House, 4 32 Stalest.
Wedding License Issued
A marriage license has been is
sued from the office of the Mar
ion county clerk to Daniel H.
Llnd, 29. a bookkeeper, and Mar
guerite Smith. 24, a saleslady.
Both are residents of Salem.
Carpenters Hurt In Fall
William Yarnell and Frank
Cheney, carpenters, suffered ser
ious injuries Tuesday when a
scaffold on which they ' were
working crashed to the ground.
Mr. Yarnell suffered a broken
arm, lacerations and bruises,
while; Mr. Cheney sustained a
fracture of the leg. :!
Cars Transport Band-
Twenty automobiles, ten. each
furnished by R. N. MacDonald
and Douglas McKay , were, re
quired to transport members of
Sousa's band from tire Southern
Pacific station to the down town
district. Sousa. himself, rode in
a car driven by Mr. MacDonald.
J. O. Jessup of this city arrived
In Salem yesterday from- Marsh-
field,- having spent ihe week end
Another Dog Found -
The Oregon Humane society an
nounced last night that another
stray dog has been found and is
being held for the owner. The
animal is yellow in color, hut is
short haired. The owner may ob
tain the dog by first; calling: 1510
FO R " G ASTORIA"
Prepared Especially for , Infants
:. and Children of; All Ages
Mother! .Fletcher's Castorla has
been In use for over 30 years as a
pleasant, harmless substitute for
Castor . Oil, Paregoric, ' Teething
Drops and Soothing Syrups- Con
tains no narcotics. ; proven direc
tions are on each package.! '-Phy
sicians everywhere recommend ItA
The genuine bears signature of
NATIVES ATTACK WHITES
Mail from Solomon Islands' Brings
Accounts of Slay in gs
SUVA, FIJI ISLANDS, Oct. 11.
-(AP). Today's mail from the
Solomon islands in the south west
ern Pacific ocean, told of addition
al attacks on foreigners, including
whites there. 1 '
A Chinese was murdered by a
Malaita laborer on one of the is
lands. "A fatal attack by a native
laborer from Malaita island on a
white overseer on another lonely
island 4s reported. In a third case
a Malaita laborer bit off the fin
ger of an employer's handj It was
not stated whether the employer
White, settlers have become
alarmed, and urge an investiga
(By (Radio Contest
by the contest editor
honor roll would be continued, ex
pressions of appreciation were
heard on every ide by contestants
and their, friends.'
This special opportunity means
much to alt candidates' who are
bent on winning" the $175.00 ra
dios and the other prizes. The
honor roll is accepted by the pub
lic every day as a criterion upon
which their judgment 6f ; the pos
sible winner is based!, j I ;
Chester 'VTlltee reaches the hon
or roll for the first time in the
contest. He is. to be congratulat
ed upon his success. ,
Robert ; Payhe has also reached
the honor roll for the first time
in th4 contest;!
There is jttst three' days after
today to win this special knee
coaster and bread and cake cabi
net, offered on the most money
turned in on subscriptions for this
week "ending 'Saturday, October
15th. at 6 P. M;- Don't think
these prizes : are fiOt worth "your
efforts." Come In and look at
them at the Statesman office.
They are truly splendid prizes and
well worth the .fewj remaining
days to work. for. Come in and
ask to see them. "SaturdayrOcto-
l ber 15th someone must carry
away these' prizes. Why not you?
The Interest of the people who
have been watching the contest
increases in magnitude from day
to day. The list shows many sur
prising things., In the first place
it shows that ' the entire public,
not only In the city of Salem but
in all the surrounding territory,
is interested in this great contest.
It shows that the friends of the
boys and girls are woramg as wen
for the success of their friends as
are the . candidates ! themselves
Every candidate should bend his
utmost efforts this week and turn
their promises into subscriptions.
If you have any two year ' sub
scriptions in mind or second pay
ments on subscriptions already se
cured, be sure to gather them in
during the remainder of i this
week. I -
Kenneth Lewis who has splen
did potential possibilities but has
been slow in the contest thus far
is speeding up and promises to
make a strong -finish that will
make the best of then go some.
West Hiara ;
7. 1 Delarwvod, An to ?rk
Alfrea Bmvsa. 880 IT. 21t
Albert EMr. Moamovth, Or.
Howard tJliott. 1444 Crater--' ,
RaJoh Eyre. STO N. 17tB .
Clrnc FaU, 1330 D
Alfred Fmek, Konto
tliii Bern is God?, 875 N.
14th . . -
Lvwrene AUaont Grime. 1855
Dale Clriiae. 104I X. 17th
Bert n1sth. 1595 Im
Wilhnr Hmj-met. 1910 N. Sam. -
mer , i.- -.
Glen IIrdmD, 614 21it-
Jobs Haace. Bout Wood-
RnnaM Hewitt. 1311 S. 4th
Maurice KeHey, 1230 Ferry
Walter Kiepr, ; 184 Saginaw
Kenneth lewis. 1429 Lee
Robert Is, 206O S3. Cottage
Klord M.ddy. R. 3. Box 106
Byron Meaia. 2995 D -
I. eon Mickenbacn, 1295 S.
Herbert Morley. N. 17th
Mace Morford, 1926 N Cottage
Rnhert Pavne, 768 N. 31nt ....
ISnihert Pickens. 865 S. 17th..
Willys Pearcer 2158 South
' Church ..
Johnnie Perrine. 1096 N. 17
Harold Persey. 1315 Shippin
Mildred retera. it. l, hudii
Ronald RasmtiMen, 1809 Wsl
Robert Ramm are, 613 Market
fieorge Self, 870 N. Liberty.
Jim 8ehn. 1645 afiasion....
Mason 8hutt. 701 N. 14th
Robert Sltewis. 1967 Center
Eldon Slsveaa, 1098 Tbomp
on , :
Robert S. Stallings, 1140 V. i
Paet Tmvi, 275 N, 80
Sidney Van Lydegraf, 1225 N.
Kalman Vadney, 431 S. Cot
tage - -
Lcrine M. Walling, n. i, ox.
Edmund Weisner. 1072 Union
Maxwell White, lOlO Oak
Walter Wiana. 1431 Is. Cot
tage Cheater Wiltse, 1893 K "Winter
on?' wifnessed 1ne! tragic : pTttngty
pf thO-autPKVu9 to t.ej railroad
tracks 'jnany JsetSbel6wihe' higbJ
Miss Katherine Ball passed
away atthe Methodist Old Peo
ples' home on October 11 at the
age of 66 years. She was the sis
ter of Mrs. Charles H; Cusick of
Forest Grove. Announcement of
funeral will be made , later from
the Rigdon Mortuary, i
ers: Uar vrrAudeTson or Tamhl
Lee Andersonof Portland; gran
ter Mrs. uoreiie . jwunaon; gre
grandson .Earl Lalnson ai
grandchildren yictor Amoth ai
Norma "Ambthi p The' body is :
the Rlgden Mortuary, Announc
ment of funeral will be ma
later. : pv'!"'. fl --'r - ..;.;
; ) -V) KIRK . !
Elisabeth B. Kirk died at the
residence of her daughter, Mrs.
E. A. Miller, on October 11 at the
aire of 89 ryears. She Is also sur
vived by another daughter, Mrs.
w. 1. Clinton of Portland, and a
son. W. B. Kirk of NUes, Call
fornia. The body is at the Webb-
Funeral Parlor. Announcement
of funeral will be made; later.
River Pilot Suspened
As Result of Collision
PORTLAND, Oct. 11 AP)
Suspension of the license of Cap
tain George F4 Gillitz, of the Co-1
lumbia river pilots for a period of
30 days was -ordered tpday by the
Oregon state- board of pilot com
missioners on the concluding con
sideration of the case of the
steamer West NivaTla, which
struck and damaged the Sanborn
dock at Astoria, September 3. Cap
tain Gilliz was pilot of the vessel.
. The board ordered the renewal
for the ensuing year of the li
censes of Captain A. A. Lingkilde,
O. P. Rankin and George N. Hamp
son, of the Columbia river en
trance pilots and the river license
of Captain H. Frez.
SQUIKR j - -
Lvdia Squier died in Portland.
Of to he 10 at the aee of 68. She
is survived by the following chll
dren: Mrs. J. W. Harmer of Sa
lem, Walter H. of Eugene, Mrs,
C. W. Sauver of Yakima, Wash.
Ruth B. and J. ' Lyle of Salem
Funeral services from the Seventh
Day Adventist church, Wednesday
at 2 p. m. Webb funeral j partors
in charge. J .
ANDERSON" I i ,
Edwin A. Anderson died. Octo
ber 11 at the age of 73! years. He
is survived by his widow, Hulda
F. Anderson; daughters Mrs. ver
nal Starr of Salem. Mrs. Lewis
Amoth of Portland: son Earl H
Anderson of Salem; sisters Mrs
Irene Obye of Yamhill, Mrs
Helen Rowan of Newport: broth-
H 1 ; ' : . -
Monday; October 10, Mrs. Er
ily M; Vanderort, age 91 yea
Mother of Mrs. R. L. Woods t
Portland; HIL" Vandevort; "M
Grace Lehman and Mrs. Lyc
Lehman of Salem; sister of W.
Luse of Marshfield. - Also si
vived by 13 grand children and
great grandchildren. Fune
services Wednesday, October 12:
at 2:30 p. : m.. from the Rlgd,
Mortuary. . ' Interment , CIty- Vi
cemetery,-1 hw:.:ii.,- '
, Perfect Funeral Service 1
i For Less. , .
. Licensed " Lady.; Mortician,
y 7lO Chemeketa Street"
f " Telephone 724
12 Years the Parmers
RESIDENCE AND STOU:
; 1610 N. Summer SU
I PHONE 511 -
Cash" Paid for Used Furnitnr
When Glasses Arc
. :';f ri .-.
"APPEAL TO P'NEILL'' .
Dr. C B. O'Neill
I Faartb. Floor ' .
First Kattonal Bank BaUdluff
Assymetric lines are much used
In the styles of the season A re
versed evening cape is an interest
ing example. It was fashioned
of metal cloth in mauve, green and
gold, lined with green satin bor
dered with beige rabbit. The
lines were circular and made in
the effect of a shawl which met. In
the back. . ,
John J. Rottle
' - Men Women
K .Expert Shoe Fitters j.
BTATBSMAIf RADIO ' COKTEST
LIST OF CANDIDATES
OCT. 11. 1927
Name Addresa ' Vote
Howard Adama, Ri 2, Box 80 89.200
Vem AHaran. 236 8. 18 ... 43.0OO.
C. K. AHenby. K. liBi. 4B.
Ia!e Aerhart, 517 Clrf1 4 .... 66.505
Turner 1 8.200
Jamri Beall, 1049 Korwuy; .... 3H7.0-J
Walter HodyfeH, K. 4. B. 13A 189.225
Geo. Cauaey, 1016 20tli, 32.300
Kenneth Coffey. 1855 Marion 155.250
Special Ladies Matinco This
Thursday, j .'
The Man AVho Sees; Beyond.
PosiUvely No Girls Admitted
Under 16sYears of Age.
A" good buy. 57 acres; about
five miles out, paved road
all the way, all under cultiva
tion, good Cherry or Walnut
land, good location, good spring
on the place. $90 per acre,
easy terms. - i
F. L. Wood. Geo. F. Reed
- 341 State St. ? ?
L Ladies' o6r dresses cleaned
and pressed, $1.00 up. i Men's
and Ladies' suits cleaned 'and
pressed $1.00. I '
VAULEY CIEANKR3 ,
" ' Over Bnsirku )
Casey's Guaranteed I '
Money refunded if tt doe aot
vf cura your cam
Cor, Court and Liberty ' Tel. 7
, , HE3KT1TCHING t ,
6. t and 10 cents per yard. Also
buttons stamping and pleating.
ANNA H. KRUEGER
Over Miller's Telephone 117
ELECTRIC MOTORS .
'Rewound andHepaired New or
St Used Motors
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111 Bouta lilzh,
ACCIDENT VICTIM DEAD
C. lLiltroup 1hwom Away Without
Relating Wreck Cause
EUGENE. Oct. 11. (AP). C.
B. Streup, 57, who was injured
when two companions were killed
in an automobile accident near
Cushman on the Eugene-Florence
highway Monday night, died at a
hospital here today. The other
two victims of the accident were
A. C. Schoonover, 42, owner of the
A. C. Lumber company of Gold-
Gon. and Herman .Huretinan, 4
employe or Schoonover.
The death of Stroup removed
forever any opportunity of learn
ing the details of the accident. No
On the Wallace Road
C. F. BREITHAUPT
Telephone S 80 SIS State 8V
1927 FREE WALLPAPE3
. i HAMPLB BOOKS "
- Call, phone or writ 3
IIAX O. BUREN -lit
N. Commareial . falsa
r -J j. H, LEONQ. Hjgp.:
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Our Ufa's ' work hi
been spent U stndying
th healing propertlea
of Chinese hsrbe and
new . d!rv r: rIIv)
r ' thosa suffering I from
aey." trouble, ..rheuraa-
mm mym HSiU ,U4 ili' llUuei,
T aUoMisorders of man,
women and ciJUrsn. i j
trnm Cczzzli&iiSTi Call or VttiU
:&OTm;&T2s b B P. U.
a. w - - j - . , (
Ml; - ' " :-t :.
The last word in con
venience for the hand
bag or purso likewise
A real mirror, generous
contents, a dainty
lamb's wool puff, non
tarnishlng case of chic
design; a ' catch that
holds firmly yet easy
to open at your wish.
Altogether a vanity in
which you - may take
pride! : .
Perry's Drug Store'
115 S. Commercial
First Time at Popular Pricey :
TRANSFER and STORAGS
Lone and Short Distance IIauliri2 . ,
Public and Private Storaga . ,
GRAIN, FEED AND- SEED
Free iJelivery to any part of the city
Quotations oa Application
Farmers War eSiotiG3
PAUL TEAGUO, Prop. .... J
Day Telephone 28 , f I , Nlht Tclephcae 1237-T7
OLD ' PHOTOGRAPHS ' COPIED
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reproduced, Jbut fear entrusting ;
them tp strangers. .
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