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irsup meetins At Arkansas
Git Adopts Resolution
Gri import Duties'
CITY. " -Not
general rediwf ? of
otle at this timeSas op-
aiporr unties at this timeSvasop-
boed in a declaration adopted by
the' resolutions committee- f the
kni?rlkh FaBt Coness bere to
flsff ; after sentiment had develop-
hi at a rrlral session against
05- on the road inrWasMngtottaud-j
denly turned and ran aad hae net
beea seen since. , Ha apparently
waj 'nerroaj' lest" h4 "should h-
cangar and' ret nrnerlo the stale
training school: " A-li: ,
' Dispatches from Seattle last
night disclosed that the car they
had been -riding inf was: stolen
froh W, C. Lambert In that city.
f Houseman also declares that he
did not know the name of .the boy
who wai killed, although referring
to him as 'Harold.'. ." An Interest
ing fact in tbl connection la that
the dead boyV mother ..at" Everett
apparently knew thenanie of her
son's f companion and -in : view i of
this fact poiteeithinklt strange
that : Houseman Twonld .not know
her. sou's name.';., f
:r.ikiCEs Fpimji tin 1 on; fields
4 -. 4
srxnlttln Se Ameri
I pf epeaeorto foreign i
tbs stand nB wit v -t-,-
A.uoa ujtf " aidant , Cool-
iits it the WTu&Tot
nnm tortav -
Afcifican agriculture and live-
lad ustries3 have entered an
,ti fn which- they must have rro-
kectich in i the home markets from
U EVERETT,: . NVashNov 1 5;-
AP Louis Rood . of ETerett,
whose name was found on an on
1 mauea letter on toe , boar 01 a
Ore.. said to-
oay be. believed the boy was, his
nephew, , Harold - Hamilton, 'who
left here recently on a trip te Ore
gon. . , , - ,
.aicauititu compeuuon orproa
icti of cboiiflries where landila
heap, standards f Uring low. or
l-r pieinly paid, it they are not
j , siSr to the approximate lerel
f iach tottntriea." the resolution
LIGHTING FUND, -LIBRARY
GIVEN ONLY, INCREASES
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"'For America to' permit Its own
fait.tcaltuTe io fall into decadence.
ad td depend opon Importations
bf tooistutfs from other countries,
!dald he iioit. unwise. i
Thg retol d tionsreaf firmed the
sticd fcf. the congress In faror of
pdteratlte marketing and pledged-
the oreanixatloB to" rontlnu-
&U3S of its Jtudies lncrop"selec-
iua and ditersiricatlon. v !
i l JL reneral itatemBt nn th an.
Bion f of taiatloa wtl ; approred
toledstcg iapport to - "efforts to
irlng about an -equalization ; In
be distnrbiUon of the burden of
aratlon with due consideration
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EPrlbSPIOt OF DISSOLVING
iConttaiied from Page One
haVe beeS ll the six years that
fLery hsJ been connected with tb
Oht of th reasons - forv this.
LeH hoi&ii bat. Is Salem's recent
rapid" growlS aad . the favorable
pebriaty wbieh It has received.
brinfinS iBbfe families here than
cbiild be fKea employment. -.
v Do t6 61 that, the canneries did
knot femplojF as many people- !
usual list lummer, and even at
that time there were some' calls
for assittsfice. : -
Tie Assatiated Charities, orig-
Inilly fgtfesentatiTe of many cir-
U brsfcLiitlon such .sM,ths Ro-
tify; Jtiwanll, and. Lions clubs, the
rbambef of commerce, ministerial
a&iecidtiofe sod women's clubs, has
appare'Uy lost the Interest. of the
repreieaiail res ; appointed ' from
these organizations, and It has
beh IxQiio'fiiMe ior.jome time to
eefire ttoSujWa meeting.
At presen Lfnc82-dquarters are
a i bnndia-e wrar by Hawkins
& Rdberts; but its tenure theTe
wai id M temporary and the or
ttnitatfon has no 'fnnda to. rant
was provided for to the extent of
$309, and 'an amount of $1500
was set aside for maintenance of
the band. - '
Drastic cuts in amounts for
maintenance of the street depart
ment and the construction and
maintenance r bridges were
made. Money to make up the dif
ference will be provided In - the
special levies recently .voted " by
th eittxena."1,"""fJ''T ''
The. planning;- and toning com
mission will get $1000 more than
last year, for an j Increase "in - the
secretary's.Balary, and new: maps.
The -appropriation for the commis
slon is $1(00. i-'xi :Hr:'
While the total is not yet def
initely arrived at. It probably will
be withln'the six per cent limita
tion. Based on last year's budget
total of $24S,1S.02. U would be
possible to" levy this year, $269,
Five Fishermen CaugM. .
In fee Crawl 5 Miles
: KIT'S Ti.STES
"I -" - . III
French-and. English Chefs
.9 Serve Up Choice Dishes
' In"' London ;: : " ,
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LONDON, JNov 15. (AP)
London'a French chefs and famous
chefs from Paris exchanged- kisses
on each, other'a r cheeks tonight
when the piece de resistance
served, at a banquet- tendered to
the most noted chefs of France at
the Savoy hotel, ''-i
own cher, .had ;charge or j prepar
ations, ot thf meaC He. was : is-
sisiea pj jrencn cneis m louqoo
who tried their utmost to 1 outdo
Paris , in preparing A a feast ; I of
leasts ,. .y -i' : j
- Sherry wine was : served as an
appetizer instead ; of cocktails,
which the chefs contend is certain
to dull , the alate.iOnly;i the
choicest wines and brandies were
served - at J the ' conclusion o f v the
Epicurean delights of feed! th
French gueets included " Pte de
fole gras lB Jelly"ofo port rwine Men -clad In orchid,- peach
The- piece de resistance was sole white silk underwear and
eooked la champagne. garnished
with crayfish braised in brandy
farewell - t - her husband"; Lyte
Womack, as he embarked for his
home in Btlboa. Panama:
. As she' had to harry back I to,
another - boelaeos meeting the
farewell took place on the pier be
fore a. crowd of some 200.1nter-
ested ' travalers. v atevedorea and
news photographers, f She left the
pier half an hoar before the boat
sanedVi"1 ' -
-ETsrythlng ia all right,". Wo-
mack' told reporters after posing
with his arm about Miss Elder.
I've got date with Ruth In Bal
boa. , She's going -throtrgh J with
her' present program." X think It's
a lecture tourr-aad then she says
she's comiag "back to me. t People
can Torget all about this talk of
our beisg: separated. I ve bad a
long serious talk .with Rath and
we understand each other. There's
nothing in "the talk of separation.
'i. Reporters were careful , to ..call
the aviatrix husband, Mr. -. Wo-
rhack' rememhering his hot anger
when one' absent-minded scribe re
lerred to him. as "Mrv gauth. El-
der," v U,7. -wt".
rObtalntnr "thev necessary n
her of male models was notthe
easiest Joh, in the world,. It was
learned at 'the trade4- and m
raerce department of the chamber.
background f gold will be
provided for the models -Flood
11 jhts-wirl play upon them, , -
DISCOVER DOLE FLYER?
EUREKA, CaW Nov.
Bones -of a human leg were
found, today, on the beach near
Cape Mendocino, by James O'Con
nor, a truck driver'. There was no
way of indicating whether the re
mains 6 were" those, ot one. of ;tbe
lost. Dole fliers or of a fisherman
lost at -sea." :
j The vbenes were buried by Cor
oner, Oscar Swanson , near where
they were found. " " ;
The Rose Croix club of CeoUUh
RJts Masons conferred the fourth,
filth and sixth degrees at iU
meeting last night at-the-KpUe-pal
parish house. Tonight It will
confer, the remaining degrees up
to the 14th. -
Cherry City Nursery
Office and sales yard opposite
Viek Bros:-Garage on High 'at
Trade. - Nursery on Silverton
Highway. :.jr:ZyY.'. 14- -
Mrs, Lela Mae Baritum, of Amarillo, Texas, U known as tha "oil
cineen of Texas." Daring the last few years she has accumulated
fortune estimated at mere than $1,000,000 by drillinr eU wells la
acreage purchased at a law fijrurc Btfort entering , the U back
Mrs. BanuBi was an actress, ; . - ..
. 3GD CflLLB STOBY
$75,000 Spent By Mexican
Government For Propa-
,1 ganda In Nicaragua;
Oliilawed In Indiana
- lDlANArOLlS. Ind.. Nov. 15
-lAr);-Tho statute of limita
tions has ffoved the stumbling
block ia the indictment of several
proinitfent persons Involved in, po
litical xniscdhdnct in Indians,' ac-
cdfdiaf to i report filed today by
lbsWr IIoHiman and Emsley W
Jonafton special : assistant prose-
fatiig attorneys. .
Snflicieiit evidence- for indicti
ments wai feind -among the con
tents of t. C. Stephenson's famous
black boiei?ahd among other a
iii iaJ ininii over to the grand
Jdry, ih$ report said, but the fact
thai tb alleged misconduct had
tjccwf red more' than two yearsago
hdnnd thi hands of the law. Holts
txah and ibiijfr reported.
iAMmi 4 apparently
nsv CsSp'ei' N rs action because
of ifc Statu i,' limitations were
StbfclfeirwjE. Updike, of
tee' seven tVladlana district, . and
, GIMLZ. Man., Nov. 15. (AP)
Five fishermen crawled ' ashore
today across a five mild stretch of;
treacherous ice from their open
launch, after spending; 30 hours In
the craft, locked in a huge
field.; v V-f:':.
It took the fishermen more than
two hours to trek the -five miles.
They came ashore suffering from
exposure.' N - j . J
An ice breaker, sent to their
assistance, also became fast In the
ice, but later freed Itself.
DIES BREAKING RECORD
Official Investigation Proves Cap-
tain Gray Made Mark v
WASHINGTON. Nov. 15.
AP) Captain v Hawthorne. C.
Gray, army ballonist, 'lived to tell
the tale of an officially disallowed
air ascension which, by coinci
dence, reached the precise level of
thin atmosphere that he : attained
six months later--only to be cheat
ed by death of the knowledge that
this time ha set a record.
On the basis of an examination
by the bureau of standards of the
balloonists barograph,' the Kation
al Aeronautic association today
credited Captain Gray with having
flown 4o J an? altitude" o I 1370
reet tne .mgnest . neignt ever
reached; by ' man ia any kind of
NEW YORK, Nov. 15. (AP)-j
The Hearst newspapers tomorrow
in the third of a series of articles
lcs copyrighted by the Washington
Herald will print purported fac
similes of documents from the se
cret archives of the Mexican gor
erameat showing that President
Calles ordered his treasury depart
ment to send approximately $71,
000 to the Mexican ambassador In
Guatemala for the furtherance, of
Mexican propaganda in Central
America, and another order for
$1,000,000 foe an unnamed pur-
."Purported : facsimiles of docu
ments showing that the Mexican
government . financed the recent
revolution V- in Nicaragua - ware
printed yesterday : and the second
article oft the series, today con
tained other facsimiles purporting
to show'President Calles of Mexi
co broke up the Corinto peace con
ference arranged by the' American
state department in 'October of
last year, . ?:. ' ; ' ;
- One of the documents to be pub
lished - tomorrow, and dated De
cember 6, last, was an order pur
porting to have been signed by
4 from i Scoit f field. that i re
sulted In his death in Tennessee.
? This was the .ame altitude that
Captain Gray attained In his flight
last May, hut which was ruled out
as a";recordv by the ' Federation
Aeronantlque ' Internationale be
cause the Intrepid airman left the
balloon - In a parachute before It
reached th ground. - -
NEWPORT, Ore., Not. . 1 5
(AP)--The most, severe rainfall
of the season lashed Newport as
la 00 mile gale beat In fury on tha
coast.4 Tha town was plunged in
darkness when power supply was
cut off by the storm. In the ab
sence of information, from other
nearby points, it was supposed
that Taftr Taquina aad '. other
towns were. In a like predicament.
President Calles directing the
cltisen secretary of the treasury'
to direct the "treasurer general of
the nation'.'to'lssue:a pay war
aircraft, in his flight of Novembenj rant in, favor of Alfonso Cravioto
Mexican ambassador In Guatemala
for $50,000, "for expenses ' for
newspaper propaganda in favor, of
Mexico." Another, dated Decern
ber 15, last, directed the sum of
$ 25,000 be transferred to Am-j
bassador Cravioto "to be applied
to propaganda expanses in favor of
.The third,!, dated, February,' 3,
last, directed that $1,000,000. be4
deposited, to the order of Ambas
and served "1 upon newly picked
grape rlhe lesves,- English pheas
ants cooked In red wine, famous
qhatean du pape wine, and pears
stewed In; syrup and, stuffed with
granulated chocolate." -
The visiting chefs, who are here
in connection with the , national
food exhibition will be entertained
at Buckingham palace-at luncheon
tomorrow by Cedard, the king's
chef. Today in anticipation of to
night's feast, the chefs had noth
ing, but Irian stew for lunch.' v
MEN iWODELSjTO PARADE
Choice tTnderwear to W Displayed
!T ?;ij:lat; Portland Meeting V y
- "PORTtAND, Nov. J 5. -(AP)
nothing; oyer the' underwear -will
pace a. forty; foot runway " in the
Portland ' chamber of i commerce
dining room Monday noon for the
fashion i education of ' members'
torum luncheon attendance. ' " '
GO MILE GALE AT COAST
Newport Hit By Most Severe
: ' Storm Since Last Spring' ;
ASTORIA, ;Not. 15. (AP)
Storm descended on Astoria today
with a heavy south and southwest
wind which attained a velocity of
42 miles per hour late today at
the Columbia river mouth. Heavy
rain and tpe accompanied the
(wind, a total precipitation of .51
inch being recorded for the day.
The Columbia river bar .was chop
py, wltn. visibility obscured by log
and mist.' Late today and tonight
the, weather moderated,' the wind
dying down and the rain ceasing.
'. Read the Classified Ads
STUDENTS JUST CALL .
COLLEGE BY NEW NAME
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versity of Oregon in commenting
on the matter implied the same
thing in this little doggerel about
the vicissitudes of one Mr. Hog
''Hog by name and Hog by nature,
now is ' Hoeg by . legislature."
Which, is exactly the campus sen
timent, only esthetic senses might
hare been better pleased had 'the
rhyme referred to the fact that a
rose by any other name Is just as
RUTH AND HUBBY PART
Avlatrix's Spouse Scoffs at Reports
v : of Divorce ,
V NEW YORK. Nor. 15. (AP)
Ruth Elder, mid-Atlantic flier,
snatched a few moments from her
business eonfergr today to bid
1 v J :that result from, t
: It Is easier and safer to stop
that cough now with
8CHAKFGKS THROAT AND
f i 185 If. Coml 8t, : f
Phono 187 ; .
i : pRIGINAL YELLOW. J j
$2.20 PORTLAND AND RETURN
tVia Oregon Electric Ry. -r
mO?M&-$& Idaho v
. - . 'Nov. 19 :
TIckeU on sale Nor. 17th, 18 and llth 'TTH
. Return limit Nov. 12nd -. .. .
O. E. Ry trains leave Salem for Portland at 7:15 a. m., 10:02 .
a. m. (Ud.). 1:20 p. m 4:11 p. m. (Ltd.), 5:30 p. m., 8:23
p. m., arriving Jefferson Street at 8:55 a. m., 11:30 a. m.,
S:00 p. m.. 5:40 p. mJfJlO p. m., and 10:00 p. m. 1
Returning leave Hoyt Street Station at 8:05 a. m. (Ltd.),
10:50 a. m.. 2:05 p. m., 4:45 p. m., 0:05 p. m.. 9:55 p. m.
- (Jefferson Street 15 minutes later) arriving Salem at 0:51
a. m., 12:42 p. m., 4:00 P. m., 0:15 p. m., 7:67 p. m., 11:50
. " . Tickets,
lu JP. Kaowlton
Trav. Pagr. Agt.
folders, parlor -car seats,
. , . Phono
J. W. Ritchie
x Ticket Agent
rX ZEBJ0LEII3 23 Q v
l : 1
Reason why (l OP MANY)
StAKLTTY It fljr" tod
" "tunf Clf at any engine
, bearing teinperattire. .
STANDAaD OIL OOMfANY OS CALIFORNIA
HAf.!ILf 6ffUlD NAME
fir VICTIM OF CRASH
C'oatinaed ' from Pago One)
ed out front Everett. Wash., to
lat tSfr why to California.
Shortly after, they were picked up
by another youtn who said he was
a!d going to? Calif oraia. v They
fo3 wiffi him;all the way until
lb ilta th aicident.'r- : :.;
As'lief-ipproAched Salem the
driver 6 the-sr remarked to the
Othef. two" M that he had pre-l
tfoaSly eSCape itoui van vregoa
staite ifiitttng scnooi ; and- was,
nsfvo-os ahost passing through
c,u.rf. iai tor that reason de-
tood Sad th? Ib doing
so be goti .thirain highway
aftd learir one road to
SUfttrL J ' K - -
lUlrd Coy Vanishes
! Xt'hin iter discovered their mis
lit IbAV iarned the car around
4 mtiHtS towards Salem.;
At thli iK-T houseman boy
w driviog.-.vy neared Sub-
Hajfty the" ca'4 suaaeniy. iert me
road e a shsril curve.and crashed
fate si felephoHO Pole, ;
k- liHseizsM the unknown
St iaatvi- to eel ne'P w
UU la lijarel lad to town aaai.
j coi-Ii:'bli difficulty ia rind-l t
I .Tl jWjA A little later a carl
iaiyt e a tie scene andl
. ' E-- r'c'i 13 boys
t . . -'- " 1
v v 'i a
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TninI?S no need to spent! weary boors seardkicj For-a 3es!raSlo bomei
- X - oe bomesite Every- day yoir will find many beautiful .homea ia ides
-' locations listed and carefully described ia our Want 7d Section. J
&zy now before the cold wrtrSct keias, and be asscred ol a warm and cod.
fcftalle home for the winter. You will find every type of borne from a
four-room cote to a new xnansioa'pflered for sale ia our T7aat Ads.
Advertising ia our 7ant"Ads is the quickest, taost cconoraicil, ejad sz&y.
factor way to btry or sell mrrrfsahise of any kind,
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.r: TIi3 Credn Stoteoman .7.
PRICES GUT TO THE BONE
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; 1926 Dodge Sedan, ; like new,....
1 925 Dodge Sedan, excellent snape ...
1924 Dodge Coupe, good offering.....;
, 1 926 Buick Victoria, Standard, beautiful car..........;
1926 Buick Standard Sedan, f ine mercnandise it...
1925 Buick 7 Pass. Glass Enclosure, good shape.r.....
1927 Nash Light Six Coupe, lilce new..:.;. ..........,.
1 1927 Nash Special Six Coupe, practically new.... . . , ;
1926 Type Chrysler "58" Coupe, bargain.........-.
; 1926 Type Jewett Sedan, wonderful shape, extras.,...
: 1926 Essex Coach, repainted, good buy
-1925 Overland Coupe, New Duco finish.
1924 Oakland Sedan "6? rebuilt, new Duco finish.
1924 Gardner Coupe, fine finish, good shape .---........
1921 Franklin Demi-sedan good Franklin 'stock..-::.:
1 924 Ford Coupe, good shape. r. 1 ..
1922 Overland Sedan, fine ninning shape....
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1926 Ford Roadster, excellent condition 1.... .....
1926 Nash Special Six Touring, splendid buy.....-....-...
1923 Dodge Touring, fine running shape........ .....
1922 Studebaker Light Six Tourinsr, good b..uy......
; Ford Touring, good condition....
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Exceptional values in the highest quality used car merchandise are offered during this sale. Be sure and look
them over. Compare appearance, compare condition, and you will find the prices unusually low. .They are better
automobile values, Terms if desired,
Big, fat, juicy Turkey free vith every purchase, i 1
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ZZ5 North Commercial Street
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