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THE OREGON STATESMAN SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 1927
F0M KEMOEIAZ. M.
Wee Hkirm. , K U CsnnHl.psstSr Ri
aVaoe 75 E4-ewaier St phone J341-K.
Borvio H a. na., "A Iee4 Bcnarf'
7 :SO as., "Ood's Peace Treaty." 8aa
day aebeel 8:45, superintendent:'!). C.
Ko worth : - and Intermediate
:30. Bible 8 tody TliarwIaT ctcb-
tn act J: 30. Tbe pastor will preach, tiaa-
amaio( n4 Taia. '
KBST BAPTISJ CHTJBCH
- Genw o Liberty en4 Virion 8ta.
Rober L. Payne, preacher. ... Edward
ftelniBk Sunday school aup. Min Miaett
Hmnrv lirector ef Mnaic. Mrs. -W. K.
IfWuiY ersaniai. Sunday school 9:30 a.
JBes-snar-preaeliina; service 1 1 o'clock,
routes "la Hemesnbrenea f . Hiss."
YoMgV people's meeting 6:30 p. m. Even
Irisrpnweaiaa; service 7:30. Topic: -"What
Miiatu w.Da With Jesus l" Anthem byiAm's
" wr .M DQtn servieea. - Chares, orchas
ra vsiU. play at Suneay school and even
in service. - ' -'
departments ears for all ages.1 ia earnest
group of capable teachers ia charge. 11
a. ne. public worship. lr. T. E. Elliott,
Fbrtiand, will apeak nt thia hrar. Junior
ehnrea meets in Wesley HaU at 11 a. m.
CUurch school 0:43 a. m. Seven separate
lufnw, ; -lure chapter of the Epworth
Jnnior li:e, lisn . School, and
I oung- reople a saeet in separata room (or
devotional serviecs. I, Open i forem , for
sdatta in the church school snasx at 6:30
p. to. Evening worth ip 7:30 p.m. Ser
mon , by the pastor. f This is community
hour. Special maaie, food fellowship, ear
neat gospel adore. Test the welcome
we wonld extend to alL - -r
ZJS8LIE ItXUOBIAX, 1 '
a. Commercial and Myers. 8. Darlow
dbnassnv pastor. Keiidencs 848 E. My era
Pin X7M. SeTTices. 11 a. - to, "God's
aU4.- 7:38 p. In.. Rev. . W. H. Hert
mwai gve ilbistraeed Sermon' en. "The
ens Commission." ' Anthem by senior
eoansr "ttm Unto HInv" (Goo nod) a.
n. Xnnier Chens p. sn. Sunday school
Ivan Comer, sept. Jaaior League
Ua,at la Leslie Hail. At 0:30 Francis
E- I wU wet in Leslie HaU and
Intermediate League ia tbe church
Mrttev.' Church Kight program Thuraday
atightL Junior choir 5:30, picnie Sapper
devotional period 7:15. classes 7:50.
, Btmumr enoir o :i0. The cboira are under
t-a-au reaction of Mr. J. William Belcher
SOUTH SAXEM FXIEKDS C HITECH
Sunday services 10 :00 a. m. Soaday
school. Dr. Crl Miller, supt. 11:00
atactic g lor worship: sermon : The
of eJans. d:30 D. m. Christian
KadeaTor. Meeting. ', ' 7 :30. . Meeting for
worship. Sermon-: Covered Sine. ' Thura
day. 7:?0 p. m. Prater meeting followed
by choir practice. - Chas. O. - 11a worth,
paator. 1655 . Liberty. "
SK JOHJT'g BV. LTJTOTXAU
WMa. and A St. H. N. Grose, pastor
ri nun am next Sunday moralng at :a is
JKngtintLT at 11 in Uensaa. Sunday
anemsd. at) 9 a. m.. nil Englisn. Bible hour
am e pv m. All are
, xnriTAjtiAjr CHtracH
Ctattsnm and ChemekeU 8U. Rev. Mar-
rn a., hrerry, minister. Cbareh school at
" "am Urade d instructors. Rev. Er-
B Wbiteaeoth of Eegene will preach
isaai av "The Madaesa of the, H.art "
JOm, rry will sing. Mrs. W. A. Dentora
Street between Chemeketn and
twwtans, b,. n. K. TnUy, Ik I)., pastor.
Binadny school ;30 . nv, followed by
litmttm worship at 10:43 a. m. Sermon:
"Sorf'sv Inheritance and Oars." Tohng
Papi'B meetiaga 0:30 p. as. ETeninc
at 7:10 o'clock. Sermon: "Con-
-Its Means and Tests." - The naa-
fcar w4is preach at both swrricea. Prayer
fThnradsy evening at 7:80 o'clock.
Tha Growth and Personnel of
ttswKiagtlom." Mark 3:7-4:34.-
- auu TiDrrros inssioir . "
Tt&Vt Court St. O. 8. Johnson, pan
teas. Residence 431 8. Cottage. Services
saC 7:80 p. m. Sunday school at 8 p.
iwt. t Si Berkey. aupt. Wek-dav serrtees:
abnrsday and, Saturday even
. JASON LE2 CHTJBCH RECEPTION
Rev. Thomas ' Aeheton, wife and
iooberta VThitty, were the honored gacta
at a reception held in the -Jason - Lee
Cbnrch Tuesday evening.. ; A' splendid
program by local talent waa very much
appreciated aa were also the addresses
by the honored guests and friends of the
enarea who had assembled for the even
ing. Refreshments, were served by the
ladies of the -Church. Jason . Lea is
known. s a friendly church and always
ex tan da a ; welcome , to the newcomers of
North Salem, the seetioa of the city which
growing so rapidly. , . .
CHRI8TIAJT ALLIANCE TABERNACLE
055 Feryr St. Sunday eehool begins
promptly at 9:45; i Mre. Mollis Wilson.
apt. Mornmg preaching service at 11:00
o'clock. Sermon, by . the pastor. Sub
ject: "Ashamed of Jesus." The f
rival which begaa Friday night will eon
tinue) with meetings Sunday- afternoon - at
3:00. and Sunday evening at 7:30, and
very evening during the week at 7:80,
uomo and hear . Louie" the Indian at
all these services except 8atday morning.
lxoie Is a full-blooded Wenateaeo In
dianlifted out of the depths of si a by
the blood of Jesus Cferlst. Ho ha been
saved front ain, haa been healed and bap
tise wua tue epirit. and tent out to
preach 'the gospel. , .Ha ia alao . accom
panied by his squaw f 'Betty' If your are
hungry spiritually earn to these meetings
end .-give God chance to satisfy your
sou. nnnf , the siek - and let Qod heal
them. J. O. M in to a. castor.
- CS2TTER STREET METHODIST '
X3tSfe aatd Center Streets. , Rot. E. 3. Aa-
skmenaiisr, pastor. Residence 084 N,
wiatw 8t., phone 640-M. Services 1 1 :00
a nst. and 7:45 p. m. . The male quar-
nnw W4it stag for the morning service.
Smtr school 10;00 a. m, Mr. II. H. Ora
"HJtn supt. Epworth Leagua devotional
samvacm at 7:00 p. m. Mid-week prayer,
twaattwc on ' Wednesday eveninr at 7:45.
TSw Horning services are ia German,: and
una ewnaiag services in English. The Su
dam eohaol ia conducted In both langnagea.
ram asm cordially Invited. .
EST LUTHERAN CHURCH
8Harw and 18th. Rev. A. -L. Heine, pas-
English service at 10 a. C'efman
arfv:ew at 11:15 a. m. Sunday school at
8k av m. -i Martha Batterman, supt. On
B4aR. Doa. 11, our remodeled House of
" J 11 W i.j: . . ,.
veew o. the triane God, and we invite nr
njeaU and all to come and. rejoice with
s ean this festive occasion. There will be
m gmutau service in the forenooei at which
JCraxberger of Oregon City - will
amd an- English service m the a f tor-
all which Rev. Lud wig of Portland
& anwak sad a young peoples' rally ser
v4cw i the svsnlng, with several speakers
am apodal masie. Services are at 10:80
aa sbkk ft p. mm. and .7:80 p. m. repectively.
TtMT SPIRITUALIST CHURCH
fit SaJem wiU hold services st their hsU
nat lempie : T jnter St. this
-evening. Pee. 4th at 7:80 o'clock.
Lawelln M. La Taller will he aneak-
adt andi message bearer. The officials of
ae aHste Association will also be preaent.
Tfrpio "Heal jig." , The pub lie cordially
. RICRREALL CHURCH
Servires In the Evangelical Community
in!tk of Rickrsall Sunday at II a. m.
Km.: W. C. Kaatner will preach and will
avtawat on. 'Ood's Letter to You." Sun
9 aamaot at 10 a. m. Good teachers in
stisaitn ef elaaaea. Mrs. 8. J. Lewry, supt.
aBXeSNE ' SCAN WILL PREACH ' .
Vwk Ernest Whitesmith of Eugene Cni
wtwiavt .Exchange will assist Dr. Martin
with the services at the Uni
Church. Cat ta go 4c d Chemeketa
fn lira, en Sunday morn'.ng at 11 o'clock.
xTtev owbjeet 'will be "The Madness of
tktw Heart." Mr. Whitesmith was In
ssskQadt a short time ago ia the east.
TTgTHANT RETORMXP CHURCH
Catmar ef Capitol and Marion. Sta. Sun
anaw auhool 10 a. in. and German service
u ea. aa, M. IMnny, minister.
iracKRICAN LUTHERAN CHURCH
Witk hold regular services in the Pree-
.i tni i em . Chorea n Sunday afternoon.
38 daavsr ths meesaga. Conflrmatioo
taasc nasets Kev. Erik sen from 8 to 4 p
m aha class room for instruction. Choir
t 8 p. m. at the home of Mr. J Ivia
435 Coliimbla St. :. Next Saturdav
Han Lead's Supper will be administered for
net nratr time to the members of this new
lT argnariTed congregation.
. TJOdANURX. BAPTIST '
Services will be held at the Y. M. C.
building on Court street, Sunday, Deeenr-
osr-s. at li a. m., and 7:80 p. m. Sun
3ay school st' 11, followed immediately
by the preaching service. t Rev. J. C. Tib
bits will preach St the mornina- service
and Brother C, D. Saucy at the evenina.
SEVENTH DAT ADVENTI8T
Carner of X. Fifth and Gainea fits
Sabbath services arcs Sabbath school
10:15 a. m. Sermon ll:SO. - Tonnar Po-
plea- meeting at 4 p. m. Prayer meeting
neaneeaay :; saaoay sight 7:45.
Subject, "Christ's Message to Laodieia
and the Seven Women who want the name
of one man but ars willing to support
' TTR8T METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Corner State and Church. P. C. Taylor,
pastor, 030 State St. . Phone 874. Di
rector religioue education ; Margaret K.
Sutherland, phono 072. i Services: 11 a.
fn. and 7:80 p. m. Sanson topics: a. i
"The Church and its Minister," Rev. J.
M. Canse, I. !.. Pres. of Kimball School
of Theology; p. bs "God Sent Forth His
Son." the- pastor. - Sneeial music: Prof.
T. S. Roberts at tow organ. Prof. F. W.
Hobaon will lead the' Vested choir in "A
Hjrot of Thanksgiving" by Kremser. Of-
tertory solo. "O Divine Redeemer."
Gounod, sang by Miss Josephine Bross.
Sundsy school 8:43 tr nu H. F. Shanks.
superintendent. Epworth leagues : The
three' chapters will meet together to bear
Alias iaura Heist apeak en her work as a
missionary in Baroda, ; India. Week day
services : b. a. board meets fin Mondsy
evening; the Queen Esther society an
Tuesday. The W. H M. S. meete In the
en urea parlors on Wedaesday afternoon
at 8:80 Thursday evening' the mid-week
service of Prayer and Praise will bo led
by the pastor. : Other events: - Junior
church meets in the church annex at the
11 O'clock hour. Mrs. A. A. Lea will
give the lesson -on Foreign Missions,
' MILL ST. METHODIST
Fifteenth and Mill Sta. Patrick Dahlia.
pastor. Sundsy school 9:45 a. m Miss
Esther Erickaon. Supt. Mornina- worshin
and communion service st 11 a. as. Dr.
MeCermick of ' Kimball collere - wUI de
liver the measaga. Epworth league 8:30;
loader. Miss E Eriekson
The ChsUenco of the C.
presented at the evening
m. The W. F. M. Bj w :
day at 7:80 p.- as., ia th.
McDowell on 1516 BeUevue
meeting Thursday 7:20 p. l
st 7:80 "Package Sale"
the church, - Yen are all cordially In
v-ited to ear servieae. 4- r.
. eL Prsyer
ill be held
CHEMEKETA ST. EVANGEXXCAZ.
Corner f Chemeketa and N. 17th. G.
E. Erskine, pastor. 208 N. 17th St.. phone
1008-W. Servieesr: 11 a. m. and 7:80 p.
m. ; Sermon " topic : f"The- Gain of the
Chureh-Goer," a. - m.; "Ashamed of
Christ." -p. ra.- Snndsy school 10 a. at.,
superintendent, O. R. Strausbaugh. Young
peoples', meetings: Christisn Endeavor.
Senior end Intermediate, nt 8:80. Leader
of Senior meeting. ; Dorothy Hubbard.
Week day services i Mid-week prayer ser
vice, -rnursdsy evening at 7 :80. leader.
F. Kurs. Choir practice and Study of
Evangelism, Tuesdsy evening . at 7 :80.
" " FIRST CONGREGATION AZi
Center sad Ubertv. - Charles E. Ward.
Graded Bible School. 4:00 p. 1 pastor, 440 Center street, phone 891-R.
orship. - Rev. P. M.EriksenS Services: 11 a. m a ad 7:30 p. m. Ser
mon topics: "How Long is Your Ato!7,
m.: "China's Great Day." in - story
and picture, p.- as. . Sunday school 8 :45
a. m., snperintandent, "Mark McCal lister.
Week day services: Monday Bell concert.
matinee for children -4:15,- for adults at
7:30. Thnrsdayi-7:80, Bible study and
prayer meeting.-- rr ---,---. '
EVANGELIC AX, CHURCH "
CaMsst and Liberty sta. F. B. Culver,
roatws, Sunday scboot at 9:43. I. L
aor?a, rupt. Preshiag at l. ' Evan'
wUewC League ef Christian Endeavor
:80,- Violet . - Rankin. , leader.
Tnpiaw "What Is Prayer." Rev. O. P.
etf rortlaad, Oregon, will bring the
st i:. 1.. ... ' ' .;- , '
- CHRISTIAN SCIENCB-
wv Chnreh -Corner ef Liberty and
t-THmaaaaa streeta. tiuaday enoraing aer-
a 11, Sunday evening services at 8
ffabieet ef lesson sermon, "God the Only
lactMr and Creator' Wedaesday evening
nuaaimaaial meeting at 9:00 e stock. Bu
mwtgr eeaool session- oonveno a 9:45 aad
Tt do a m Ruln Riim IAS
lerapfav open. daily from 11 to 5:30 t
swis; damdsys and holidays.
THE SALVATION ARMY
SS State. Heme League program U
daff Mgianlnr at 1 p. m.. and ending
:tir. sneeial Srhst 1 did with JBlns"
aitiam; eemmeoeing S p. m. ' Coins and
tnmm what the ladies did with their "tal
evreav' Suadsy aaeetinge at 11 a. mv aad
n. m So which anybody may eoma and
whwrm -everybody Is welcome. Sundsy
srtiot 9:80 p. tn and special time for
. that Tfmrig peopls st 8 p. at. Gospel
snewtiinca I'uesdsy and Thsrsdsy, also at
rmCHT MXM0EIAL C0NGRE0A
IT aad Ferry strsets. H. C. Stovsr,
iwin'rt- Morning servieest 1L Sermoa
Dm Ey - s'treet." Yoong peoples
miscxt enartet sings "Whan Shadows
rrm" IFrarer). Evening ssrviee st 7:80.
TheaKnvi subject "Why I Believe la
J : !.' Tbo chorus eboir will sing
r:.r Sams I Adore" (Fstris.) Sunday
pi-hmt ad 10 a--m. C O." Harris, supt.
t..',t'ii ias Endeavor soetetle meet St 8:43
p. ens. Bae day, December 4th Is desig--,'
the "Every bfsltber Canvas
2 f5r'- ta a'-l Conirrst;enl Cbnrchss.
Z wt ars revested to bs si boms from
t t 5 reoeive visitisg tsams. All dsy
hir Tnaadsy, Dscstolsr 0. Mnthly
of Ladles t tas sbareh Wsdnes-
' r 1 ' ' .
'j L3 irr::oTAi. ii E. cttjczi
,r--v of North :ctr and Jeffereon
r 't ;ma. Aebetfn, Tovev.. Robert
"' . : is, ; vi A.- '.. Cetttrv.-.bsipers.-2
r services- wi.l ts b!d la this
t rt tv eotnirj Lord's .! v. to
- J -.i.'.ie s. ooiisl wsleorr.e.
. S. EX. teTea SearaU-
EMMANUEZ. PULL. GOSPEL MISSION
- 420 State street. Katph D. BnlkKk
psstor, 460 S. CotUgw street, phone B38M.
Services: 2:80 and 7:45 p. m.7 Sunday
school 8:80 p. nv 'Toung' peoples' meet
ing 8 P m. Week day services: Evan
g lis tie services Wednesday, Tharaday and
saturaay njgats si 7 :.
CASTLE CHAPEL UNITED BRETHREN
Corner North 17th aad Xeb. Ave. W
X. Blods-ett. paator. ! 1743 Seb. Ave
phone 8622J. Services: 11 a. -aw and
7 ;3u p. m. i FermoB 4pics r Redemption
s. m.; Evangelistic, p. m. Sunday school
10 a. sa auperiateadent. Ed.. . Weigle.
Toaaw peoples meetings: 0:80, Floyd
Bailey, pr-sident. Junior O. E. at 0:80,
Jars, working. Matron, week day serv
less:' Prsyer meeting Tbarsdsy evening nt
7 :0. Ladles Aid Wedneaday. ; Every
one welcome and made to feel at homo. -
. ' x CHURCH OF OOD -
14 N. Cksreh street. J. J. Gillespie,
pastor, 1813 N. Chnreh street, phone
wsji- cervices : ji-e. m, and 7:80 p.
m. - Sunday school 10 a. as.." saperintead
ent, Jamee Da via. Yoang peoples meet
ing; :30p. m., Lyle Knox, lender. Week
dsy services; Prsyer, meeting and Bible
study .Wednesday evening 7:30. . Teach
ers' meeting Friday evening 7:30. ..-
INTERN AAI0KAL BISLB STUDENTS
. - ASSOCIATION
Meet every Sundsy, for Bible study.'
Meeting are being held temporarily at
1160 Broadway street. North. Junior B.
S. C. meet during first . lessen hour.
Hours S:30 to 0:OO p, m., Children's
program 9:80 to 10:00 a. m and evening
services 9:00 to 10:00 p. mM are bresd
easted from Portland, Radio XEX, 339.9
Any Junior business girl who is
interested in : joining; ; thia club
8houid see Miss Baker, eecretary
of the Y. W. C. A.
The next meeting of the group,
to be held December fifteenth, will
be in the form of a Christmas par
ty. Every junior business girl is
Invited to attend and to bring a
guest and a email j-iXt. .
New Division Added to Amer
ican Citizenship Department
At the meeting of the -Salem
Woman's Club on Saturday;: after
noon it was decided to add the In
ternational Relations ' dirision to
the American Citizenship depart
ment of the club. J?r A: f r f ?
Divisions of the department and
the chairman are: LMvisiqn one
Americanization: . - Mrs. - H e fen
Southwfck, chairman; Citizenship
training: - Mrs. Ronald s OlOTer,
chairman; Ditision Iwo-Commun
ity : Service : M rs, Harry . J." Weid-
tner ; ; Division three-Indian Wel
fare: f Mrs.- Seymour Jones; ? and
Dirision -four-International . rela
tions, Mrs II. J. Bean, Chairman.
Mrs. W. P. Fargo is general chair
man of the department. - r
A rt Exhibit at Parrish ;
junior' High School on I
Monday x and Tuesday -
An art exhibit will be held
Monday, and Tuesday, December
fifth and sixth, at J. V. : Parrish
junior High School. This collec
tion of prints of the world's fin
est pictures in sponsored by the
Colonial Art Society of Oklahoma
City, Oklahoma.: "Open house; in
an rooms 01 tne school will be a
feature both, evenings. ' The ex
hibit will be held both Monday and
Tuesday .from four until 1 fire
o'clock in the afternoon and! from
seven-thirty to ten In the evening
with a program at eight o'clock
The , complete program . will , be
Picture "SpiTit of '7 8" posed
by Francis Lane, Delvln Dur
ham and Charles Heltzel.
Music -"Victorlious Legion r. i
March" . ; Seredy
Picture "Alice Blue Gown"
Posed by Virginia Wassam
dcaui n ib unbtu
PUPILS SHOULD BE URGED TO
PLANT SHRUBS, HELD
- Beautificatlgn of Salem by en
couraging school children to plant
flowers . " and ' & shrubbery. . and
through competition between club
members for garden and lawn Im
provement, was the keynote of dis
cussion at the Lions club luncheon
yesterday, with Frank Neer, mem
ber of the school board making
the principal address.
i ' A great quantity . of prunlngs,
now wasted annually, could be put
to account, said Mr, Neer who be
lieved Salem was getting too much
war; from . the -cultural " ;-. and
aesthetic' Most of - the gardens,
yards, and streets In the city are
clean but few are, ornamented and
weeds ln..racant lots present a
highly unattractive sight, -
.He urged Lion elnb members to
make every effort to promote the
development of gardens and im
prove the appearance of the city.
Alderman "W. W.- Rosebraugn.
chairman of the city council ways
and means committee,' and also a
member of the planning and zon
ing commission, stated that It was
the plan of the commission to take
steps to beautify Salem.
Newell Wllliame, - president of
the Southeast Salem Improvement
club, declared that organization
was stressing beautif ication of the
city and wished to cooperate with
the civic committee of the Lions
club to that end.
A number of Scotch songs and
stories . by James Smart enter
tained the club.
OBJECTS TO DEBD
Music "Alice ! Blue Gown" .'from
"Irene" Violin and fcello
Duet Misses Marie and Jean
. Pattoa. -
Picture Age of Innocence"
K Posed by EtSsol Ostlind
Musi5 "To a Wild Rose" m:
Violin solo Delbert Jepsen
Picture "The Gleaners" Dosed
by Esther Gibbardr Esther
Block, and Francis Baker.
Music -''Russian Harvest Song
Eighth Grade Chorus 1 1 - !
Picture "Song of the Lark"
Posed by Ellsa Petrossa iL
Musits "Valse Tristl? Sibelius
William Mosier. Delbert Jebsen.
Picture "Hiawatha" posed by
Neva ' Jean Thompson
Music "Land of the Sky Blue
Waters' . ; Cadman
Picture "Blue Boy" Posed bv
. Wesley Johnson '
Music ''Melody In F" Rubensteln
Picture "Whistling Boy" nosed
by Sivlter Horn
Music "Autumn Holiday" ;,
. . Welsh Melody
7 B boys Octette
Picture "Ming Toi" Posed bv
Music "Japanese Song" ... IX
Picture "Pastry Eaters" Posed
by Lawrence Blaisdell, Billle
Tattersall ; ':"?l;ir
Music "A Merry Life"? Denza
. . Glee Club t r
Picture "Lavinia" P os d by
Phyllis- Hauge 1-?
Musfc "North Wind March"iX
... Orchestra V1-..
Picture "The .Trousseau" Pos-
i ed by Elaine McCarroil, Myr
; tie Burk, and Barbara Walker
Music "Wedding March"
, ... Mendelssohn
Autopsy Made In Death
of Washington Trapper
SHELTON, Wash., Dec. 1 (AP)
The death of Marius Carstenien,
48,-Tanuya trapper, was caused
by either a rifle or revolver rol-
let, and not by : a shotgun charge.
This was determined at a second
autopsy here ..today, following
upon v the first, at which it had
been , decided a shotsrun ; ihad
causea nis ratal wound. -
Charles p Lundy. i 25. -another
trapper, was being held In I the
Mason county Jail on ; an open
charge. ' L&ndy was arrested after
bis father, George .Lundy a mem-
Mr . of ' the searching 1 tiartv - that
found Carstensen's body, had de-J
ciarea ms son and Carstensen had
quarreled. Young Lundy admit
ted yesterday that he was in the
swamp where the trapper's body
was found, the day of the killing.
out denied he had . any weanon
other than a shotgun. -: t- t
SIDEWALKS AND STREETS
" UNTIDY, SAYS MERCHANT
i Complaint against the Silem po
lice department for failure to en
force the city ordinance requiring
business' establishments to .have
the fronting sidewalks swept be
fore nine o'clock in the mornings
was voiced to Judge Mark Poul-
sen " yesterday by - WillianfGahls-
dorf, a Court street merchant.
- Mr. Gahlsdorf alleges that cer
tain firms near bis place of busi
ness allow long periods of time to
elapse before sweeping off the ac
cumulated debris, with the result
that the sidewalks are not only
unattractive, but often filthy as
7 Sidewalk obstructions are also
objected to by Mr. Gahlsdorf who
cites the following cases of grie-
...... . .. -"
Ivance:. that a large pile of galvan-
ized ztlDine lay- on Court street for
48 hourrand the police officer in
tagging overtime parked cars pre
ferred to clamber over the piping
rather than request the owner to
remove1 it asthe ordinance pro
vides; f that on another occasion
steel ioilersTclattered u" the
street for an undue length of. time;
and that, at the "present time, a
large ladder lies Jn front of one
Mtuhllshmeat w 1 1 h' attractive
Christmas display windows, mak
ine U 1 Inconvenient for shoppers
to sraze at the wares shown.
while the i condition on Court
street narticularly aroused Mr,
r-aniuiorfa ire. be asserted tthat
a like condition existed at several
other points in Salem's down town
section, and urged thar action do
taken to' have the streets; cleaned
up before the holiday shopping
crowds become greater. "-..
Convicted Bank Embezzler';
Sentenced 2 To 10 Years
MnvricSANO. Wash. Dec. 2
t at W. J. Pattrson. for many
years one of the; leading financial
rirnres In the Grays tiaroor couo-
trv haa , been sentenced to from
two to ten years In the state pris
on st Walla Walla. He bad been
charged ;-: with . having borrowea
money from the Hayes and Hayes
bank of Aberdeen, new aeiunci,
without a resolution of the board
of directors. He was manager ana
cashier of the bank, Patterson en
tered, a nlea of guilty to the
"I realize." said' Judge Abel in
pronouncing sentence, "that your
situation at this . itmies due large
ly to misplaced confidence in oth
ers. But you have been .careless
and Teckless In dealing witb other
people's money, to their loss and
detriment." ; -
: The minimum' sentence ? under
the law is a fine. The maximum
is ten years in prison and a fine.
SEATTLE MAN PICKED
CITY LICffiSE LEGJU
REGULATION OF DAIRIES AP.
PBO'D IN OPINION ,
Interests during the World war,
will purchase two shipping board
boats of 6.000 tons
ithe lime rock. '
, WASHINGTON, Dec 2. (AP)
William E. Humphrey of Seat
tle, was elected-chairman of the
federal trade commission " here
succeeding Commissioner Charles
W. Hunt. ' The trade commission
era occupy the chairmanship of the
commission in rotation. ...
. SWALLOWS BILLIARD BALL
OREGON CITY, Dee. 2.--(AP)
B. J. Harris of this city, bet 60
cents with friends in a pool ball
that he could place a billiard ball
in ' his mouth. He did it, but it
required the assistance .of Dr. A.
H. Huycke to extract the, billiard
ball from the mans' mouth. It In
said that it took half the night
tor the Physician to get the ob
ject out of Harris mouth.
a The city-of Klamath Falls has
authority under Its charter te li
cense and regulate dairies located
In T the. city, according , to a legal
opinion prepared here " Friday by
the attorneygeneral. f The opinion
was written at the request of W
M. Duncan. - district attorney for
Mr. Duncan asked whether the
city can . take over the .work of in
specting and regulating dairies; or
whether this must be done by the
state under the dairy and food act.
;The attorney general held inbla
opinion that the city has authority
under Its charted to regulate dair
ies and to supervise and license the
dairying business within the mun
icipal :iimits4--'t, 4VV' r-5-""
,The city; has authority to exact
license fees from persons engaged
in the operation of a dairy or sell
ing milk witihfn the city. , .
There also is ample authority,
the attorney general said, for the
city to enact reasonable ordinances
on the ' subject . notwithstanding
that it is already covered by state
The attorney general held that
there must be no conflict between
the city and the state legislation:
which has plants at Portland, As
toria and Gold Beach. Is seeking
a location for a fish cannery and
storage point on Coos bay.
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401 First National Bank Bldg.
Cement Firm Organization
Completed At Puget Sound
SEATTLE, Dec 2. (AP)
ganlzation. of the Pacific - Coast
Cement company as a subsidiary
of the Pacific Coast company for
construction, and operation ' of a
$4,000,000 cement manufacturing
plant here was announced tonight.
The Pacific coast company will
re-enter the : transportation field
to haul lime rock from southeast
ern Alaska to the projected ce
ment plant in Seattle.: The steam
ship company, which disposed of
its vessels to tbe IL F. Alexander
Remus Insanity Fit Was
Mere Anger, Contention
CINCINNATI Dec. 2. (AP)
The prosecution in George Remus'
trial - has set about proving that
thA nnthiirsta nf the defendant.
which nearly -a score of witnesses
had testified indicated insanity,
were nothinr more than fits of
anger common to him long before
he bad heard anything concerning
the alleged : misconduct of the
wife be killed.
Willie H. Haar," Savannah, Ga.,
former bootlegger, who. served a
sentence In the Atlanta federal
penitentiary while Remus was
there for violating the prohibition
law. was in the witness box as a
defense witness. -
"Didn't Remus get very mad
when the prisoners in the 'Atlanta
penitentiary would cry out: Who
ate the cheese ?' and answer them
selves with: 'Remus, the rat, ask
ed Carl E. Basler, assistant pros
ecutor, on cross examination.
The defense objected, strenu
ously, Charles H. Els ton, co-counsel
with Remus, asserting ' that
the only purpose of such an inter
rogation could be to prejudice the
jury or cause 111 fellings towards
RemUS.';; :" . -
f "We want simply to show these
spells simply were mad spells, that
they were simply fits of anger, and
not insanity vat all," Basler told
Judge Chester R. .Shook. "We
want to show that- Remus bad
them long before 'anything came
up. about Mrs. Remus."
Remus who bad sat quietly all
day, -bounced to his feet with an
attack upon Basler." ..
- There.was not a prisoner down
mere wide enougn, large enough
or powerful enough to insinuate a
thing' like that,"- Remus . roared,
his. face and neck flaming red.
"If Mr. Basler has any evidence
like that let him present it and
aot try to inject it by conjecture,
supposition, innuendo or presump
tion.' You drank pints of whisky on
your eastern trip. You hypocrite,
Nobody paid any attention to
Remus' outburst. It. was the, sec
ond time Remus had leaped up
and burled the wholesale liquor
drinking charge at Basler;
"Was that - -mark made?" Bas
ler calmly asked Haar.
"That remark was made," re
plied the witness, 1
"What did Remus do?"
"Remus ..resented. He ; tried - to
find the people who had made
the remarlp and wanted to fight
them." - . - V .
Haar admitted that he had
made a deposition for use in, Mrs.
Remus' divorce suit in which he
had, described Remus as ' cursing
much, wanting to fight other pris
oners, making "all sorts of re
marks.': and alleging that nis
wife .had mistreated him. It was
sworn to in 192S. -
The divorce case was ' pending
when Remus shot and killed, his
wife in Eden Park here last Oc
tober 6 as she was enroute to
court. , . '
' (Vfcen tfie result of kvdnev
disorder; due to imperfect kidney
aftkr. Men and women everywhere
use and recommend Foley Pills diu
retic for welcome relief. They satisfy.
" eUeare stimulant far Use kidneys
Capital Drug, Store . ' -
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Bradford, - Miss Ruth Chenoweth,
Mi88 Christine Herein, Miss Wilms
Fluster, MIflS EUxabeth I Welch.
Silas Bessla Tucker, Miss - Opal
numphrcy, Mis? Louise ; Lanke,
Miss Ethel lllltyra, ad tte dub
advisor. -11123 Elizabeth Ealser.
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' For the past year, we .have been manufacturing, a
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; T -. We are using the highest grade of materials that
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Always have KOW KARE, BAG BALM and a good
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