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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 1928
STATE SAVINGS and LOAN
703-706 First National Rink Building, Salem, Oregon
ASSETS OVER $200,000 MORE THAN 1200 MEMBERS
We Pay 7 Per Cent
An Investment Worth Investigating
Carl D. Gabrielson, President.
C. A. Reynolds, Vice President.
Jas. H. Nicholson, Vice President.
Chas. Wiper, Secretary-Treasurer.
J. J. Elliott, Assistant Secretary.
K. n. Williamson
T. A. Livesley.
E. F. Slade.
John H. Carson.
L. V. Fanner
H. M. Hawkins.
Carl D. Gabrielson.
C. A. Reynold.
Jas. H. Nicholson.
"SAFETY FOR YOUR SAVINGS"
rrn n i 11
We hare a 1924 Overland Se
dan equipped with bumpers, S.
& M. spot, automatic swipe,
85 new rubber. 1928 license
and a car that is la perfect
condition, for $275.00.
"Toe House That Service Bullf
Albert McClean. who escaped from
the institution here a week ago.
Reports received at the hospital
Indicated that the dead man had
the number "30" stamped on his
underclothes. Hospital officials
aid that McClean was an inmate
of ward 30 at the time he escaped
McClean was received at the hos
pital from Portland.
LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS
A daughter was boru Saturday
niht at the Salem General ho:-pi-tii
to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rowland
S ettling Penalized
WiHiam Mitchell, 221 North
HUh street, paid a $5 fine
municipal court Monday on a
cinrge of speeding.
dress will begin about 9:15. The
visitor will be a guest at the lodge
session, which also is to include
White Mountain Honey
Is the best. Phcno Mead at
Visit in Portland
Sunday visitors in Portland
from Salem Included Mr. and Mrs.
I. H.li.-s Tel. 014 for Appointment Al Kruuse and sou, Johnny.
r haircut. Bayes & Canfield. '.
Failed To Stop
E. O. Willing. 1180 North 16th
street, was fined $5 in municipal
Tennessee. She also plans to visit
in New Orleans. She will return
in time to begin her increased du
ties as supervisor of health educa
tion in the Salem schools next
West Point Life Shown
In "Dress Parade" at
No Lights on Bike
Clarence McDonald, 395 North
22nd street, was arrested Sunday
evening on a charge of operating
a bicycle at night without light
,Mr. Delxmg Operated I'poii
Mrs. May DeLong. 1996 South
( jiumercial, underwent an opera-! court Monday on a charge of fail- j Undergoes Operation-
tint yesterday morning at the Sa-j'ng to stop nis car at a tnrougn
h ut General hospital.
Sue on Not
The Standard Oil company of
( liifornia yesterday began action
In circuit court to collect $200.97,
plis costs, interest and attorney'3
foes, from O. L. Martin. The com
pany claims to hold Martin's note.
Vou'H Be Sorry If You Mis
"Dress Parade" today at Bligh's
Joseph Schnieder of Turner is
at a Salem hospital recovering
from a major operation performed
A Ij Carte Service
la Dining Room Hotel Marion.
AilMea to Meet He
The state association
ti-.i:ig clubs will hold
luee'lng at the Ma; ion
of ad rer
an a 11-day
at which time mem-
A ri of the clubs at Portland, Cof
j!'.is. Albany, and Eugene will at-t'-:i
Four rotates Appraised
Tie following estates have been
appraised, reports of Inventory
a.il appraisement being filed in
j. rebate here yesterday: Mary
Darby. $6275.37; Minna Seethoff.
$'-J50: ' Elizabeth M. Haynes,
;:;. 22; Jennie V. Hunt,
No Lights, Fined j
Norville Gleasou paid a $1 finej
in Recorder Mark Poulsen'a courti
Monday for operating a bicycle at.
night without lights.
Montanans to Mwt
The Montana club will meet in
the auditorium of the Salem
chamber of commerce Thursday
evening, announces President C.
Fined for Speeding
E. Eby was fined $5 for speed
ing, Monday in municipal court.
The complaint was filed Saturday
night. P:by lives at 1250 Fair-mount.
Old Time Dancing
At Crystal Gardens every Wed
nesday and Saturday night a
Dr. DeKleine at Monitor
The parent-teachers' association
at Monitor was addressed last eve
ning by the director of the Marion
county child health denionstra
tiou, Dr. William DeKleine.
Serves Special Lunch
The Nook is serving a special
.Sjc plate luncii noon ana evening.
'also the. usual meal.
'And repairing. Giese-Powers
August Wolfe yesterday plead
ei guilty in Justice court to un
lawful sale of Intoxicating liquor.
Hh was sentenced to 30 days in
and fined $100 by Justice, of
tli I'eace Brazier Small.
Admits Assault, Battery
Dallas Smith yesterday entered
a plea of guilty when arraigned
In justice court on a charge of as
6ault and battery on the person of
Clarence I'errego. Smith was re
leased on his own recognizance
while the case Is being continued
for sentence., Perrego swore out
the criminal complaint rliaigiug
him with tje crime.
Terms home 1 year old Strict
ly modern with 5 large finished
rwuis and large unfinished attic.
Hardwood, furnace, fireplace, ga
ntje Total price $5250. Seo at
960 Tamarack, block west Holly
wool theater. Becke & Hendricks,
is N. High street.
School to Have Clinic
Dr. Estella Ford Warner, di
rector of medical service of the
Marion county health demonstra
tion, and Mrs. Irma LeRiche, staff
nurse, will conduct a clinic ai me
Bethel school, east of Salem, to
WCTl" Meeting Today
Announcement haa been made
that at the meeting of the local
chapter of the WCTL at 2:30
o'clock this afternoon at the hall
on the corner of Commercial and
Ferry streets, Mrs. Oren Stratton
will lead the devotions, and a
short program will follow Dr.
Eppley's talk at 3 o'clock. Good
attendance is urged.
Two small modern homes with
furnace, fireplace, garage, paving.
etc. One Is vacant at 1U40
Broadway, the other located at
955 Norway. Becke & Hendricks.
1S9 N. High street.
Teachers to Is.sue Bulletin
Teachers in the Salem school
system will have no excuse for not
knowing what's what in school-
dom shortly. The medium of ac
quainting Instructors with all
school events will be a mimeo
graphed Teachers' Bulletin, the
first issue of which is to be dis
tributed the forepart of February.
This innovation, in charge of Mrs.
Mildred Daly of the Highland
s.-hool. will contain matter of in
terest to all the schools, both from
the schoolroom standpoint and the
turn up all: right at Guantanamo,
Cuba, her destination, the navy
department today ordered an in
tensive search for the submarine.
The S-3, with its crew of 41
men. became separated from the
control force, bound for winter
maneuvers, in a gale 100 miles
south of Cape Hatteras, one of
the worst storm centers on the
Atlantic coast. A report that she
had lost contact with seven other'
submarines; the Camden, a sub
I marine tender, and the new air
plane carrier Saratoga, was re-!
ceived at the navy department
Threw Cruiser Sent
In addition to the ships of the
convoy which have been on the
j outlook for the S-3, the depart-
ment late today ordered the light
i cruisers Milwaukee, Raleigh and
Memphis and a squadron of des
troyers to proceed from Cuban
waters in search of the missing
At the department, officers
while plainly concerned, said
they would have no grave fears
for the S-3 until after Wednesday
night when she is due at Guantan
amo. The ship is in command of
Lieutenant P. W. Warren of
Springfield. III. . :
The official report that the S-3
was. musing came from Rear Ad
ralral'xrank H. Brumby, aboard
the Camden as commander of the
control force. Some officers here
believed that the submarine's ra
dio apparatus might have been
put out of commission, a mishap
which such ships frequently have
in rough weather.
Headquarters Not Alarmed
The navy department announc
ed that such disappearances were
"not unusual in small vessels dur
ing bad weather conditions which
afternoon was postponed until
Thursday on account of the funer
al of Mrs. Elmer King, a sister'
Fire chutes for the schools lni
Sntherlln. Oregon, are being made
by Eastman Bros., in their plant
in Silverton. The slide type of
chute Is to be used. !
Mrs. Bennett's Sunday school
class of the Christian church, en
joyed a party held in the K. P.
hall on Monday night. About 40
guests were present. This enter
tainment has been anticipated for
some time, as it marks the close of
a contest In the class. The two
captains were Myra Schroder and
Ted Hobart. Miss Schroder's side
The Rev. Mr. Bennett of the
Christian church, who is just re
covering from having his tonsils
removed, was able to fill his pul
pit on Sunday.
Frank Bligh, proprietor of the
Capitol theater, entertained Com
pany F of the national guard Mon
day evening at the theater for a
showing of "Dress Parade, a
Weal Point picture.
3 CRVISKRS SENT
WASHINGTON. Jan. 30. (API
The navy department has order
ed three light cruisers and a squa
dron of destroyers from Guantan
amo bay to aid in the search for
the lost submarine S-3.
In this city. January 30. John
Samuel Van Cleave, at the age of
0 7 years. He was the brother of j
Ben Van Cleave and Mrs. Mary
Piper, both of Scappoose. Oregon.
Remains will be forwarded to,
Scappoose for interment by Rig-!
don and Son.
ENGLAND'S WAR LEADER
PASSES AWAY SUDDENLY
(Qoatinned from lgm 1)
passed on as truly a victim of the
conflict as though he had fallen
on the field of battle. Death came
suddenly and unexpectedly at the
bme of his sister, Mrs. W. G.
Jameson at Prince's Gate. Coun
tess Haig was not with him as she
was visiting friends.
His youthful heir. 10 year old
George Alexander, Is ill at the
Haig home in Bemerovde. This
lad who now assumes his father's
distinguished title, was a child of
the war. He was born early in
191 S during that heartbreaking
er!sis to the British when the Bri
tish armies, commanded by his
father were retreating under the!
terrible German onslaught which
for a time it appeared, might spell
the downfall of the allies.
Report Made -
The official medical statement
on Earl Haig's death reads:
' The cause of death was sud
den heart failure, the result of the
effects of the war and previous
tropical and campaigning services
on the heart muscles'"
A postmortem examination was
conducted and it was decided that
no inquest was necessary.
The king's regulation for mili
tary burial requires that pall bear
ers shall all be of the same rank
as the deceased officer. In Earl
Haig's case therefore, the pall
bearers must be chosen from the
following field: Marshals the
Duke of Connaught, Lord Me
thuen. Lord Plumer. Lord Allen
byi Sir William Robertson. Sir
William Birdwood. and Sir Claud
FIVE ROOMS OF
At the home of his grandmoth
er, Mrs. Mary Turner, 960 Parrish
street. Saturday. January 2S,
Harold William Nickell. age 19
ivears: grandson of Mrs. Marfi
submarine had been in a collision Turner, nephew of Edwin Nissen
me navy department would nave :ind Miss Anna Nisson of Salem'
Admiral Hughes said that if the
n i i ati rnt
heard of the mishap at least from
the other ship. He suggested that
any number of things such as
dampness, the breaking of the an-
and Peter Nissen of Westminster,!
Calif., cousin of Elva Nisson of j
Salem; grandson of William W.t
Nickell of McMlnnviile; nephew j
tenna mast or engine trouble of Dwight Nickell of Amity, Dale
could have caused the craft to lose Nickell of Carleton and Mrs.
contact with its convoy.
The sea where the S-3 was last
reported is about two miles deep.
Secretary Wilbur declined to
make public the names of the
crew other than officers.
Shoe Mercliant Home
John J. Rottle returned yester
day morning from various Wash
ington cities where he had spent
several weeks on business connect
ed with his shoe store interests in
the north. Mrs. Rottle spent the
week end with him, returning
School Books and SuppI
Full line of grade Bchool, Junior
i high and high, school books at At
las Book store. 4C5 State street.
Open Meeting Slated
The general public may hear
Judge Thomas O'Donnell of Kan
8 is City, the principal speaker of
the fourth anniversary celebration
of the Salem Aerie of the Eagles
lodge, to be held Wednesday eve
ning. Judge O'Donnell is with the
Eagles' orzauizatien division. .The
decision for the open meeting is
i,i tritmtn to Judge O'Donnell,
viiose power as a speaker has re
ceived much praise, and whose ad
$4250 Five acres Just out
dda of Salem city limits; five
room house, lots of fruit, Tun-
aing water, garage. A lint
little home and cheap at the
price. Only $2000 down.
$2856 Five room modern
house on paved street near
icaool on hue line in northern
part of Salem. We can tell
this for a payment of flOOO
:asU and good time on balance.
lu. S. REALTY CO.
4.2'State St. Tel. 2650
Action of replevin was started
n circuit court, nere yesieruay uj
Bliss Ziellnski against David K.
Morton. Ziellnski claims that
Morton wrongly holds possession
of a car belonging to him. i ne
car is valued at 300. according
to Ziellnski. and he demands ei
ther the machine or the money.
Charles Duval was
arrested and arraigned
court on a charge of selling and
offering for sale the meat of an
elk which had not been tagged
in accordance with state law. Du
val deposited bond in the sum of
$50 and was allowed to go at lib
erty while he takes time in which
to enter a plea to the charge.
Men Jar Proof
Wrist watches stand the gaff
Throw them across the room, yes.
they still run. See them at Pom
eroy & Keene's.
UTILITIES FIRMS PUT
UNDER FIRE BY BILL
(Coutinued from page I)
grant a franchise to the Pacific
Telephone and Telegraph com
pany unless the company afreet
to reduce Us rates was made to
the city council today by A. E.
Clark In a letter in which he de
clared a 15 per cent cut should
Colonel Clark contended that
the regulation of the telephone
company by the public service
commission so far as the city of
Portland Is concerned, "has been
inadequate and unsatisfactory."
"In the main." he said, "pro
ceedings before the public service
commission in the past have
merely served to give the tele
phone company a chance to dip
in deeper on every occasion and
secure findings and orders that
further entrenched the company
to the sacrifice of the interests of
the telephone users."
Clark declared that the city has
the power to announce the condi
tions under which the telephone
company may use the streets and
suggested that the council made
reduced rates one of those condi
tions. He said that ir tne com
pany does not want to accept the
franchise under such conditions
it "can get out of Portland and
make room for another company
that would." He also said that;
the "relations of this company to!
the public are, and for a long time
have been, unsatisfactory to a de
gree that does not exist and lias
not existed in respect to any
other public utility operating In
Education Rotary Topic
SuDerlntendent George . Hug
of the Salem public schools and
E. E. Bergman, head of the me
chanical educational department
at the senior high school, will be
the speakers at the Rotary club
luncheon Wednesday. Col.
Hofer also will peak. telling of
some of the interesting things he
noted while touring in California
Assumed Name Filed
The old department store firm
of Rosteln &. Greeubaum will here
after be known as Greenbaum's
department store. The assumed
name has been taken following
the mirchase by Isadore Green-
baum of the interest of Ed Ros
tein, who had been with the store
over a quarter of a century. Mr.
Greenbaum has associated with
him his son Adolph.
RIVER HEARING WAITED
HERE; SET WEDNESDAY
(Continued from jmge 1 1
than that, however- -In fact for
several years the Splem chamber
of commerce has foreseen this op
portunity and has been preparing
for it, so that the greater part of
the data was already at band.
The purpose of the hearing, ac
cording to the offl'ial announce
ment sent out by Lt. Col. G. R.
Lukosh, district engineer for the
war department. Is "securing ex
pression of opinion as to the needs
of commerce in relation to water
transportation between Portland
and Salem." Officials of the coun
tries, cities and local associations
and shippine intreta concerned,
woro especially invited to make a
Three Link Club Enjoys
Meeting At Hartman Home
Blanche Sauter of McMinnville. j
Funeral cervices will be held at;
Rigdon's Mortuary chapel Tues-i
day, January 31, at 10:30 in the1
morning. Interment will take
place at McMinnville. ;
At her home, four miles north
of Salem on the River road, on
January 29. Mr.s. Alida McKnight.
aged 54 years, wife of J. B. Mc
Knight, mother of Robert Mc
Knight, daughter of Mrs. F. J
Mayo of Salem, and sister of Walt
er Mayo of Mitchell, South Da
kota. Announcement of funeral
will be made later by Rigdon &
EVERY WED. NITE
101O N. Summer St.
Furnish Your Home at
Auction for Less
Private Sales Dally
Cash for Ised Furniture
Fanners Day Auction
This Saturday 1 I. M.
THURSDAY. FEB. 2nd
575 S. Winter
1 3-tube Grebe radio with
Holla horn, wet battery and
; charger; a bedroom suite
including oak bed and large
oak dreer, also 2 walnut
dressers and walnut bed; 1
silk floss nnd one cotton
mattress. 1 large birds eye
maple princess dresser, 1
birds eye maple rocker, 1
brans bed with steel spring
find 3 mattresses, 1 child's
baby bed complete, 1 drop
head Singer sewing machine,
I Occidental O hole range
like new, 1 good refrigerat
or, 1 round oak ex. table
and O diners. 1 all leather
lounge, 1 niah. floor lamp
with silk shade, 1 walnut
stand table and taberette, 1
reed rocker and chair and
child's rocker, 1 rnrley
maple stand labia, 2 good
0x12 Ax. rug, S bedroom
carpets, rag carpets nnd
small rugs, 7 alr lace cur
tii.'ns, 8 pair gooso pillows,
pictures, clothe hamper,
clothes rack, carpet sweep
er, wall brush, china choco
late set, B kitchen chairs,
high chair, porch boxes,
breakfast table, K. treasure,
dishes, glassware, K. uten
sils, ironing lxmrd, meat
saw, crocks, wash tnba.axe,
1 hole rook stove, tricyrle,
boy's wagon, new lawm mow
er, rake, empty fruit jars,
dry fir wood, and a fine lot
of home canned fruit.
Mrs. Mary K. Morrison
V. N. WOODRY,
Caoh l'aid for I'sed
Perfect Funeral Service
Licensed Lady Mortician
770 Chcmcketa Street
F, - -
Ten Years Practice in
Dr. L. R. nurdcttc
401 First Rational Dank lUdg.
SILVERTON, Jan. 30. (Spe
cial). The Three Link club was
entertained by Mrs. Chaa. Hart
man at her country home on
Thursday afternoon. Thirty-two
members were present, atad enjoy
ed a pleasant afternoon. Delight
ful refreshments were served by
the hostess, assisted by her daugh
ter, Mrs. Ted Lorenzen. The
meeting, scheduled for Wednesday
is the creed of our thor
oughly complete and mod-'
ern undertaking with every
refinement and facility for
Webbs Funeral Parlors
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
General Banking Business
Office Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
Fine Lot Cheap Home
Falrmount hill 60x150 east front
lot. Large trees, flowers, fruit and
nuts. Older home of 6 rooms. Plas
tered and bath. Cement basement.
Total price $2900 and $50t down,
balance exactly like rent will buy.
Immediate possession. In the cen
ter of fast developing fine home
intrlct. Bee at 1427 Falrmount
street. Beck it Hendricks, 189 N
Miss Crowley to Leave Thursday
In order to spend five months
studying the latest trends In
health education at Peabody Insti
tute In NashTlHe. Tenn., Miss Car-lotta-
Crowley will leave Thursday
for that city. Mlaa Crowley, ele
mentarr euperrlsor in the Salem
schools. Is doing the aaaiuonai
study, which will also Uke her to
a summer session at Columbia uni
versity at New York, under a
scholarship glren by the Common
wealth fund. She will trarel
throuch California, where ehe wliJU
,f.tt for a abort while, enroute toi
Nurses Class Large
Miss Ruth Hershberger of Inde
pendence and Miss ?Lellda Marie
Martell of Eugene entered the
nurses' training school at the Sa
km General hospital Monday.
They bring the total numbeT for
tlia anrine training ClaflS UP to
v v fr' c --
ten. the largest number ever to be
gathered for a single class, says
the superintendent, Miss Adeline
Hughes, R. N.
Free Wednesday Only
A 11.50 Japanese crimson
azalea free with each flO.OO pur
chase of shrubs. Pearcy Bros., 178
S. Commercial street.
U. S. SUBMARINE
LOST AND FOUND
, Oo'Jtmaed from pats 1;
at sundown Saturday and word
has not been heard from her since.
While officials expressed con
fidence that the submarine, a sis
ter ship of the sunken S-4, would
New shipment of St.
"The canary with a
Flake's Pet land
273 State. Free ad
vice on care of pets. -
FIN'E TORIC Tdiif lmtet. W in
sure 7rur flinei against breakage.
Thosnpson-Ulutach Optical Co.
110 K. CmnTn'l flt.
CUT FLOWERS, PLANTS
GOLD FISH, BIRDS
C. F. BRKITHA UPT
Telephone S80 ill State St.
Victim Perhsps Patient
Officials of the Oregon state
hospital Monday were atetmptlng
to determine If a man killed at
Klamath Falls Sunday night was
ARE YOU IN NEED OF
(Free employment service)
"Filipino help of any kind
Phone BF.aeon 7750 46 N. 4th
X O. SMITH k 0OBO2TA
SOT D STRAND ADDE&S
All Makaa Ucad MkUbH
Phona 51 421 Court St.
Thursday, Feb. 2
575 S. Winter
3 rooms good furniture:
Radio. Rugs. Carpets. Drap
eries. Range. Fruit, Tools,
Dishes. K. Utensils, etc.
Mary E. Morrison, Owner
F. N. WOODRY,
Cash Paid for led
Make Your View and Commercial
Pictures, Any Time, Any Place
Old Photographs Copied
Often you want old photograph reproduced, but fear entrust
ing them to strangers.
Our reputation assures th safety and proper care of youf
picture, which we will copy, enlarge, frame or hand color at
a price lower than the unknown agent can olfer.
429 Oregon Bldg.
Salem Poultry Co.
Corner South High and Mill
Cash Buyers of
1927 FRKK W ,.ULPA-i2R
, Call, phone or write
MAX O. BUREN
.179 H Commercial ; rrSatasi;
John J. Rottle
Expert Shoe Fitters
415 State St.
Rewound and Repaired, New
i or Used Motors
i Things Electrical
191 South High. . Tel. 21 IS
Long and Short Distance Hauling
Public and Private Storage
is just what is needed in the
treatmen of general debility
resulting, from chronic
Exceptionally fine a a tonic
In bronchial affections and
A large size bottle
Perry's Drug Store
115 S. Commercial
GRAIN, FEED and SEEP
Free Delivery to any part of the city.
QUOTATIONS ON APPLICATION
PAUL TRAGLIO, Prop.
jj Day Telephone 28 j Night . Telephone 12C7-W