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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 4, 1928
?. teres! for Present Largely
Centering In Radio;
Award Feb. 20
HONOR ROLL TOIAV
tty 'ntKt F,Iitor
:;ulv's Mat-Donald leads In the
i.tniur roll today.
Kvery one on the lit should
1- a desperate effort to win
til radio which will be given away
iffiUbrnary 20, Just a few days
. io; the pri miRht be won on
er iit:le amounts.
.-it down and make a list of five
p it who should take the paper
(.r Jo :ke it, and call on these
fiv and then put up the hardest
'.'. T.;r The Statesman yoa ever
: ...Jc" -n your life. You will get
a- I-ast some of them. You should
do this every morning before you
r; work. If you practise that
: i 1 ? evtry morning, you cannot
-U lu' win the radio on Febru
ary 20. You are bound to get
nie 04t of every fire you call on,
an'd.,thie radio is well worth the
In addition to the radio which
i to be giren away on February
2'. eyry contestant In the whole
content will receive more votea
now than they will after this date.
No vote schedule will be as large
The pext couple of weeks furnish
es a good opportunity for those
contestants who haven't been very
a. 'lve themselves up to thia time.
Without any donbt. the radio
sEl 1 won by a very little. A few
9Tlptions will turn the trick
Sly you know five people who
rTii take the paper, or who do
hom you could get to take it. If
::iey are taking some other paper
:y Ckri pay for a yearly subscrlp
rJ3 to The Statesman and have
statesman started at some
rue in the future, whenever their
; : f eut subscription runs out. Be
iit you understand what a new
: Friber is.
You should do your best to win
t ; ppeial prize on February 20
. me of the candidates are not
v t. hlng the honor roll and arr
TV appearing each day. I don't
ki:.w whether they have over.
looked this matter or not. This
i - tie of the most Important
thii.ge to do. Get on the honor
r !1 and show your friends that
y. i are out to win. If they see
j- :r name at the top of the llt
ti,"n they will know that you arr
in arrrPWilnd are more willing to
h-Ip yon. So, let me see you come
in from day to day from now on.
Y ) i hare until midnight Monday
r il.t . February 20, to get iii on
d to and bis: special orrer.
'u are pntitled to Just as
rrr- mi bscriplions as you can se-
England Mourns Passing
Of Field Marshal Haig
LONDON. Feb. 3. fAP). All
the glory that goes to great sol
diers in their death wae Earl
Haig's today as the British empire
reverently gave him its last salute.
The panoply and pomp of mil
itary mourning was merged with
the simple homage of many thou-
buu common men and women!
v.-fco have tasted the bitterness as
well aa the victory of war. as the
grr-at fcneral cortege wound slow
ly through London at noon today.
pausing nly for a brief service at
the ancient abby of Westminster
before the field marshal s' body
was sent back to its native Scotland.
There it rested at midnight to
night in Saint Giles cathedral in
Edinburgh and there, near Bem-
ersyde, it will be buried, far from
the marts of men. even a once
the body of a great American sol
dier was interred in the country
wide at Mount Vernon.
Lngland would have laid it to
rest in the parish church of the
empire. St. Paul's cathedral, be
side the great Duke Wellington
beside the bodies of Nelson, of
Roberts, of Wolseley and other
military heroes of British history,
but it was Haig's wish that he be
buried among his ancestors in
Soldiers, music and the pagsn
ry of war marked Haig's passing
through the long aisle of troops
Haig was an elder at the littls
Scottish church in London and
-there in simple service early this
morning his "ain folk" paid him
Later at the abjbey the great
of the land, envoys of all nations.
including Ambassador Houghton
for the United States, were await
ing the arrival of the body, while
along the route from the "little
kirk" to the great abbey were the
pressing throngs who stood with
heads bared and bowed as the ma
jestic cortege rolled along.
The procession was formed
atound the flag draped casket on
the gun carriage which had borne
British's Unknown Soldier, around
Haig's widow, who walked in the
street with the other mourners
and around his riderless horse
wjtta the field marshal's boots re
versed and strapped across u
Among nearly 7,000 soldiers.
the flower of the empire's forces,
were the Prince of Wales, Duke of
York and Prince Henry, represent
ing different arras of the service.
Haig's old comrades in arms, both
of Britain and of other lands, were
there and at the bridle of his
charger walked Sergeant Secrett,
Haig's "batman" for 30 yean.
French troops in powder blue uni
forms and Belgian grenadiers In
khaki added their homage to Bri-
and people from St. Columba's to tain's
l' rothy EastridKe is getting her
r mpa'gn. organ'zd. and has had
.ver;l interesting experiences.
Mi n Kastridge is a real go-getter
ami ( nee she gets really tuned up
to ;! work, she will make a very
iii't 7- fc-ting race for any candidate
A ' contest.
atsell Gentry Is a very con
Bis:.! worker, and he believe
tiirr steady, consistent work every
dv will win the race in the long
T'i li Mr. Gentry Is putting hip
tfc-- ry into practice, and is a serl
( contender in the contest.
Hazel McMorris is a go
g,;r. and has many good friends.
H jileasant smile and winning
v;d making a lot of new friends
f .i v r.
VIi. L. H. Cobb found so many
of lu r friends were taking interest
ir. Ii r nomination that she decid
ed '!.:.t if her friend had faith In
1 - - would have faith in her
s :f , ho she has entered the con
t and Is going strong.
Mrs! C. Hoogerhyde has a host
( r rrifnda in her locality and Is up
a:.d coming every minute. She Is
j,Wf booster, and her booster
fJZdtare lining up behind her.
WTSnyder is a reai live wire
"aril Jis vptes are piling up accord-
JUROR LIST Dill
Oofjbse Sending Infirm,
rT - - . ..
Atied To state riospiiai
iL-rnn r-mtntioa must hereafter
rb)I!n their commitments to the
aie hospital here to strictly leg
itiiiale insane cases and not ue
the; et ate institution as a dumping
gVoucd for aged and Infirm de
Wilts, according to an order
issued by the state board of con
trol at a meeting Friday.
The action of the state board
followed a report submitted by
Dr. R. E. Lee Stelner, superinten
dent of the hospital showing that
during' January there were 10
dekikfc at the Institution of aged
natients who had been at the hos-
ital KCT'than 30 days. All of
tJSApatiehts vfere mors- than 60
yesTs" of age, several were orer 70
ytars' and one was 94 years.
j - 1
RAISE REDISCOUNT RATH
SAM FRANCISCO. Feb. 3.
(XT), The board T)t directors of
the federal reserve bank of San
Francisco has established with the
approval or me iederal reserve
board a rediscount rate of 4 per
ffnt. effective February 4. This
supercedes the existing rate of 3
Read the Classified Ads
The complete list of Jurors from
which names will be selected for
duty In Marion county circuit
?ourt during the year 1928 was
made public at the county clerk's
office here yesterday. Names are
ill selected by the county court.
Thirty-one drawings are made
for each term of court. From
his number seven are selected to
lerve on the grand jury.
The list as made public yester
day is as follows:
Aumsvilie, Charley E. Van
Vuys, Stella P. Seeley, William J.
Mbus, Roy M. Fuson,. Margaret
'lark. Maude M. Boone, Fred A.
Aurora, Nathan E. Cole, Henry
C Ehlen, George Miller, Diana V.
'Snyder, Byron J. Grimm, Edna M.
?chwab. Rose A. Miller.
Breitenbush, June A. Booker.
Brooks, M. L. Jones. George F.
Iturgis. Edna Ramp, Antoinette
Hennett, Pauline W. Matthes.
John C. Matthes, David Jt. De-
Groes. V .
Butteville. S. A. M. Cone, Mabel
Champoeg, Otto Dnke, John A
Clearin, Clare Knapp. Frank E. Os
borne, Anna C. Sprogis.
Chemawa, Thos. L. Ross, O. B
Darling. Daisy D. Bailey, Mary E
Bliven, Alma L. ' Van Cleave
Ralph Gilbert, Edwin T. Hall.
Croisan, Mabel B. Iliggins. Mon
roe Gilbert, Albert W. Blenkin
sopp, Charlotte Jones.
Donald, Joseph Dixel, Geno C
Carver. Gustavua A. Cone. D. E
Pendleton, Jolin Singer. Louise
iesy, Nellie Bush.
Elkhorn, John Rhody, Letha II
Englewood, Frank O'Brien, Jo
eph Barber, II. C. Vaguren, Mabel
,V. Cady, Charles H. Siegmund
Nancy H. Savage, Anna M. Vick.
Fairfield, Sam F. Parker, Cella
M. Rubens, Felix Seguin.
Fairgrounds. Eugene Eckerlen
Ir.. Geo. O. Savage, AnnaM
Wulfmeyer, Albert Lengren, Liznie
i. Fitts, Rose A. Kurtz.
East Cervais, Otto P. Bernjng
ohn H. Cutsforth, Valier Wattler,
Virginia O. Boo.ter, Minnie Hib
West Gervals. Mabel A. Benja
min, Leo Bauman, August Nibler
Horeb, Geo. A. McCurdy, Gladys
Central Howell. Catheline Clem
ns. Lena DeSart. P. M. Gregory,
Henry E. Roth, Ralph I. Stevens.
North Howell. Anna O. Bynes,
Amy E. Beer. Myrtle B. Coomler,
Geo. W. Vinton, Earl R. Jefferson.
East Hubbard. Octav Voget
Mrv E. J. Coleman. W. L. Bent-
ley. Edwin R. Ball, Greeta Mur
phy, Roy J. Hampton.
West Hubbard. Maggie Crltten
den, Kathleen M. iBeckman. L. M.
Scholl. Sadie Thompson, Tom c.
Watson, Albert O. Jordon.
Jefferson, Mamie W. Fontaine,
Herbert Looney. Cora Aupperle,
nn Donahue. A. C. Miller, Ina M.
Thomas, Ada Hlns, Chester H.
T.thrtv. Edward Dencer, Wil
liam "Zosel. Mary T. Neelon, Mabel
E. Free, Fanny M. Carothers.
Maclear. Mabel Patton, A. J.
Cone, Milton Kephart, R. R. Mc-
MirloD. Effie M. Barber, wm.
F. Culvln, Chester R. Russell, Jo
sephine A. George.
McKee. George Dallreber, An
thony J. Decker, John JEaeT,
W. Gibson, Stephen Bauman.
Kr.fcom. w o. Stone. Marion F.
Taylor, Mabel O. Boylngton. Joe
Becker. Anne Stout. ,
Mill City. Lla F. HU1, J.T.
Olin, Harry V. Booker. Nell L.
Kelley, N. A. Oeder.
Monitor. Lee Hobart, Byron
Ballreber. Coral Conyne. Elisa
beth Norton, Jona Norton.
East Mt. Angel. Nicholas O.
Mickel, Frank Kloft. Llsiie Unger,
Rufus t. Young. Rosalia Ebner,
West ML Antel. Stephen Hem-
shorn. John Blelemeler, Emma E.
Keber, Margaret R. Smith, Agnes
Pringle, Vera B. Coburn. Ches
ter C. Cannon, Mary H. Mulkey,
Wayne C. Voris. Lester I. Laws.
D. W. Pugh. Lee P. Womack.
Qulnaby, Joan Pugh, Francis M.
Caniard, Ray C. Lick. John P. Zie-
linskl, Irwin W. Lewis.
Rlverriew, Geo. M. Hoyser,
Richard E. Chittenden. Stella
Rosedale, Clara Needham, Belle
U. McGilchrlst, John D. Alexander
Lerbj H. Bates, Willard F. Camp
bell, Charles R. Gregg.
Salem No. 1. Florence Boersma
William Wechter. Harry E
Beardsley. C. D. G. Alkire, Lane
Morley, Thos. E. Cole, Leon C.
Jennlson, Ipha I. Lausch, Jennie
Salem No. 2, Katie B. Marsters,
Myrtle D. Abrams, Louis Bechtel,
Walter F. Buchner, Charles B. Le
bold. Vivian Lewis, Frank Flint.
Charles D. Fowle. Minnie E. Ga
brlelson, F.' E. Shafer.
Salem No. 3, John W. McKInley,
Richard C. Arphe, George F,
Booth, Hattie F. Cameron, Henry
A. Gille. Julia A. Harms, Hettle
Salem No. 4, Lena Cherrington
Maud C. Banford. Chas. H. Long,
Amanda Anderson, George Beatty,
Wm. W. Cary, Leon. W. Gleaapn.
Salem No. 5, A. C. Branch,
Adam Burns, Edna Fandrich. Mar
ton Lewis, Mary L. Ashby, Robert
Salem No. 6, Gertrude Kirkpat-
rick, Mayme Bayes. Chas. J. Lisle
O. H. Zellar. Otto F. Zwicker, Ab-
ner J. Ratcliffe.
Salem No. 7, John D. Anderson,
C. H. Armstrong. Gertrude J
Clark, Harry V. Doe, Minor D
lsh, Mildred M. Wiegand.
Ellie, P J. Geiser. Amy L. Stand-
Salem No. 8. Harriett Bond,
Clara M. Albln, Rue Drager, Helen
n. Picke. C. C. Liglitfoot. Alma M
nahlsdorf, Charle3 J. Gillon.
Salem No. 9, Fred Gahlsdorf
Mildred Lee, Earl V. Barham
James W. Bellamy, Zoa Burton
Frank E. Churchill, Mabel Dror-
baugh, Susie M. Klein, John D
Salem No. 10, Maybelle Laugh-
rige, W. F. Stolz, Emma Vande
vort, 'Clarence S. Bowne, Ida F.
Benner, Wm. F. Brletzke, Edward
J. Jarman, Mae B. Lauterman, W.
R. McAlvln. .
Salem No. 11. Ella S. Croisan
R. T. Barnes, Mamie A. Taylor,
Naomi Taylor, R. B. Boise. Lillian
L. Bowersox, Max O. Buren, Bert
B. Flack, J. O. Goltra. Jesse R
Salem No. 12. Rachel Reeder.
Ethel Welch. Luella Baker, Frank
A. Anderson, Frank R. Bailey, J.
A. Bernardl, Ernest Bowen, L. G.
Bulgln. Laura C. Craln.
Salem No. 13, Rich L. Relman
Alonza, J. Busick, Phillip H. Jas-
koskl. Alice K. Miller. Nettle Stan
ton. Klrby S. Ross.
Salem No. 14, Jas. A. Gwinn
Chas. K. Denison, Ida Erickson.
Mailene C. Elgin, Frank M. Mapes.
Andrew J. Moffit, Kate M.
Salem No. 15, Ida M. Keene, D
D. Olmsted. R. K. Ohling. Hector
Adams, Geo. M. Burch. Susie M
Hansen, Anna S. Kantner, Laura
B. McAdams, John A. Patterson.
Salem No. 16, H. G. Coursey,
Trena C. Culver, Althea A. Payne,
Ross E. Moores, Flpyd Ellis. Agnes
O. Schucklng, Anna L. Trover,
Salem No. 17. Minnie T. Gra
ham, J. Frank Hughes, Stella
Blackerby. Clio Cashatt. Paul H.
Hnuser, Effle Ireton. Roy E.
Dalziell, Grace D. Reef, Louis K.
Salem No. 18, Helen M. Graben-
horst, Don R. Drager, Laura
Arpke. Will Bennett. Marie Baker,
Paul C. Hansen, Olive O. Harbi
son, Otto Q. Headrick. Amos Vass.
East Salem, W. H. Humphreys,
John I. Caplinger, Sinia Edwards.
Theodosla Fitzpatrick, Frank
Salem Heights, Claud C. Ashby,
August Fischer, George E. Vck,
F. D. Thielsen. Effie R. RatcUff,
Alice Poisal. Charlotte Btrdwejl.
St.- Paul, Tbeo. Boutin. Mary
Boutin, Alphonse Buyserie,
Charles D. Coleman, Jerry McCar
thy. Mary A. Kirk. ,
8 collar d. W. !L Scollard, Henry
D. Miller, Nancy M. Johnston.
Frank P. Wolfe.
Scotts Mills, Walter Scott. Mary
Daly, Grace D. Dunagan. John T.
Shaw. Wm. H. Howd, Annie La
Grlce, Harry E. Farrls, Chsrles T.
Gilbert, Clars E. Howd.
Sidney. B. F. Simpson. 'David
Jacobson, W. H. Scott, H. H. Coo
ley. Silver Falls, Albert Rabens. Ida
M. Harris, Charles E. Heater.
North Silverton, Charles Alex
ander, Henry Duval, Theodore R.
Hobart. Anna Rubbs. Christ Quell.
South Silverton, Roy E. Skalfe.
John Q. Small, Arch A. Geer,
Helen Comstock, Maude Haberly.
East Silverton, Lora A: Allen,
Earl J. Adams. Mary C. Benks,,
Minnie Barr. McGirt E, Cooley,
Charles W. Cross. Lou Edison.
West Silverton. Walter E. Par
rich, Timothy D. Allen. Josie
Bantson, John F. Conrad, Myrtle
L. Eastman. Geneve M. Pettyjohn,
William S. Jack.
Stayton, Nettie M. Downing,
Ellen G. Lambert. Marcis S. Mayo,
Harry W. Porter, Charles A.
Stowell, John B. Thoma.
East Stayton, Maude E. Beau
champ, Oral E. Brewer, Harry
Humphreys. Ella Sieirmimrt
Charles D. Stayton, Charles E.
West Stayton. Brnca Rown.
Uda L. Walker. Joseph F. Weiaen-
Sublimity. G. H. Downey. W. A.
Heater. Winnie Tata. Binh w
Mollett, Bertha M. King. Edna C
Turner, Warren T. Riches.
Peter E. Thomason. Ora. H. A.
Dear, Geo. W. Hunsakej. Irvine E.
Putnam, Mallnda Barzee, Nancy
Victor Point, Edward L. Charles-
worth. Ivan Darby, Una C. Doorf
ler, Paul Jaquet.
Waconda, E. M. Palmer, Doro
thea Asplnwall, Gladys C. Brown,
William F. Collard, Albert J.
Woodard. B. B. Smith.
East Woodburn, Frank Bentley,
Henry Cnapelle. Alice M. Coe. Ben
M. Dlmick. Ida Teller. H. W. Hall.
Jas. O. Hanlon, Frank V. Hoefer.
West Woodbarn, George Dorr,
Virginia C. Austin. Aloystus Beck.;
Geo. N. Becker, Hazel Courtney,,'
Monica Durant, Eva Engle. Eliza-j
beth Glatt. Grant U. McGuire. Qs-j
The Date Prune Products com-!
i.t l i
paojr wiiu jiCAUkjuai laia m run-
land and capitalized at $210,000
filed articles of incorporation with
the state corporation department
here Friday. The incorporators are
J. M. KJdd, B. B. Weldy and F. L.
Articles were also filed here
Friday as follows:
Monks Humidifier Co., Port
land; SO 00; Tom N. Monks, Ar
thur M. Moore, R. A. Stewart and
Geo. O. Israelson.
Elsmann and Hunt Incorporat
ed, Grants Pass; $3000; C. H. Els
mann, Charles C. Hunt and
and Charles Gordon. ,
Teapot Dome Investigation
Defied by Oil Firm Head
WASHINGTON, Feb. 2. ( AP) , two, quest-n9 which he elected
Alternately flashing fjres of not to answer. They were wheth
temper and disarming sniiles.!" h knw uho received any of
'Ik. T th.rtf . A - t, V. 1 .k-
Robert V . Stewart, chairman of n,,, , . ,. ., ,. 1
t.. v- o. a , , Continent j'- from its oil profits;
the board of Standard OH of In- , , 1, .
A.tA !and "he-her he had discussed any
are the same issues here, that
when this story goes In It should
go before the Judge and Jury."
At Clinic Each Saturday
i 7' , IePTu y, A-M th Pine r.ir. I
nied that he profited a dollar from I
the now celebrated Continental Prevl"l'. Stewart had de-j
Trading company's transactions. I cl,Bed to ive ny hearsay testl-l
He win be recalled tomorrow t. . AAn - . .
, ... , . , tnat J233.000 of the bonds went1
and if he persists refusal to an- ,,, 0i , . . ... t " .
. . rrom Sinclair to Albert B Fall
swer questions which he contends of. , , '
should be answered to a Judge and er th 1
jury the committee will be faced . h , had 0,ten
with the decision as to what steps fl"r Wl(h that dieion
should be taken looking to his 11 was nearly an hour atter-
i-i . . , wnrda tJvnt Vvo aIro if 1, w
puuisnmeai ior coniempi, a a 6- .- no
cision which it promptly made anyone ho did Bet Continental
four years ago In the case of Harry oaos. Stewart hesitated as he.
F. Sinclair, now under court sent- ,can,d back In his chair.
ence. ( "I'll say this." he replied. 'T
For more than two hours today have never handled, any of these!
the tall, thick set, gray haired bonls and never given any of!
rtr.m n n nil 1. 1 1 . I hp III to anv nolitiral narlv nr tn I
v .iit uii 'vti a i. v ' i , ii i iiibi iuutc . " J " 1
a lawyer, parried questions, de- anv official of the United States
fended himself with loud voice of anT 8tate r ' any territory,
and emphatic manner in connec- Tnat s as ,ar as I can go."
tlon with various oil transactions: j "Have you discussed any of
shot thrusts at the prosecutoi.i these bond transactions with
Senator Walsh of Montana, andj Harry F. Sinclair?" Nye pursued,
time and time again confessed In-1 "That is not material to the
ability to remeiriber many details
the committee sought.
Then suddenly, as it appeared
he was to be excused, the youthful
committee clifc!rman, Gerald P.
issue," was the answer.
"I want to add It seems to me
that In view of the pending trial
of Sinclair and the fact that I am
summoned as a witness in that
Nye of North Dakota, put to him case and the issues In that case
Inoculation with toxin-antitoxin,
a serum used to immunize child
ren against diphtheria, is offered
free every Saturday morning be
ginning at 9 o'clock to all child
ren who appear at the Marion
county child health demonstration.
Dr. Vernon A. Douglas, deputy
realth officer with the demonstra
tion, says to remind parents of this
Children of pre-school age or
school age may have the inocula
tion simply by appearing at the
office next to the senior high
school building on High street;
Any child will be treated, wheth
er his home is in Salem. Marlon'
county, or some other place, as li
is the aim of the clinic to eradi
cate as nearly as possible dlph-f
therla here. The doctors at tho
demonstration will also treat
adults in case of emergency,
though they are asked to go tothe
family physician at other times.
An average of 35 or 4 0 child
ren have been treated with toxin
antitoxin at this center at the Sat
urday morning sessions recently.
Dr. Vernon says.
The derision of the Jury in the
Remus case at Cincinnati is one
more glaring indictment of the
Jury system. Hood Rive News.
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