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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON. SUNDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 19. 1928
REAL ESTATE 51
Brk Station and Gsrsg. SNAPS!
Far thi week only a well located
garage and sorrie station $1600.00.
'A. C. BOHRX8TEDT. lUaJtor
Real Estate Loans- IatmM
147 X. Com ! St.. Salem, Oregon,
of a food 5 m. cottage not far oat.
-) to school and baa line, nice lot
SO 165 ft. with shade treea, hoas eoav
pVtety furnished " sad soma wood ia
woodshed. Prlre FOH ALL, $2000, cash
a;-.0. bal. $25 rao. 61.
bF.E I.eo N. Child C.. Realtors
920 Stat Street Phone 1727
14500 HOME FOR 3750
Owner is away and writes us to tell
bmr home at reduced price. This is an
almost new, English style home of 4
i room and hath on 1st floor, nice
ly floored apstairs, agitable for 2 food
bedroom, has baseness, farasee. fire
i. :-, laoadry trays, oak floors, lot f
J.-jil ink, good garaga. This is an op
portunity for someane.
8ee Mrs. Ellis with
T.eo N. Child Co., Realtor
Stste Street Phone 1727
BARGAIN FOR SOMEONE IN A
CLOSE IN PROPERTY
Only 2 !,lks. of the posteffice. large
fc.ne on a choice corner lot 74x165 ft.,
c-i R. K. trackage and paved street
with busines house oa all other 3
corners. 32 yrs. ago owner refused
t-f.M0 for this earn property and today
i offaring it at the jyery low figure of
art V)0, part lrmi, or will take a small
home as part.
HY.t: I.eo. N. Childs Co., Realtors
320 Stste Street Phone 1727
S2'00. 7-room, corner lot 150x120.
Thin i a good property and 'cheap.
92500. 6 rooms, very desirable la
cition. basement, good house.
$1000. Daudy 4 room, all modern,
well located. ' Worth inetigat log.
$367.'. Kxeeptionally j fin 4 room
h-ingalow. large nook, dandy fireplace,
furnace. Worth more a-oney.
$1000 Splendid new 5 room bunga
low, complete in all respect. See this
'VvDERsON k RUPERT, Realtors
169 S. High
Sumebody who know values and wsnts
s resl home, is going to get the great
est sacrifice eer offered in a real
hme. Strictly modern, 5 room bun
galow. Close in, undisputed bent resi
dential district of the city. Price cut
from 500 to $4700. Terms.
Pi English type. New, strictly modern,
up to the minute. Owner leaving city,
mast sacrifice for $4000, with $500
down, bslsnce like rent. It would be
a good bay for an investment at $4500.
Iin"t buy nntil yon have seen the
aove homes. Shown by an appoint
ment only. Ring 756. Mr. Becbtel or
Mr. Sears will be pleased to show you
tiies homes, or call 841 Stata St.
Itocut 3 and 4, Bayne Bldg.
Sir let lit show yea a 100 aero equip
ped fsrm. Well improved and will
trade for Salem or Monmouth
1' is priced right. 10 acre 1 mile
from Salt-as. Two houses and oth
er haildings. Will sub divide.
V. th $140 down, you can buy this 5
room plastered bungalow. Balance
A 111 acres bottom land on good
county road. Running water all
rear. Good 6 room bouse, V mile
from R. R. Station. Price $8000.
Will trade for acreage or town
property anv where in the Valley.
Hone Here is one for $2000. New 4
room. Full basement. Carage.
I I RICH AND ROBERT8 Realtors
1-9 North Commercial Street. Phone 1354
TRADE FOR ACREAGE
FIXE .tEff BUNGALOW 5 rooms
and modern in all respect, furnace,
fireplace, etc., eaat front. Want 2 to
5 acres up to equal value. Price $4000.
FINE LARUE HOME one of the
het new tt-room homes in Sslem for
srreage up to the same value. Price
EQUIPPED DAIRY RANCH
4 mile .from Independence, 100
i res all in cultivation highly produc
tive Good house and 2 modern dairy
Lams. 33 HEAD OF REGISTERED
JERSEY CATTLE a her 'of real
producing cow. Thi proposition will
bear rigid inspection and is a good
sying proposition. Farm, cows snd
l! equipment for the price of $20,000.
Will consider trade for income prop
erty or smaller acreage. Forced to
on scconnt of poor lieslth.
ANDERSON RUPERT, Realtors
169 S. High
IF YOU WANT TO BUY A
MCE MODERN SALEM HOME
Investigate these up to date houses
Estra nice new 7 room eaet front,
fully modem English type house, best
Incsf ion. paved street paid, gsrage.
f00. $1500 Cash. 1$ years on )!
suce, owner will exchange for smaller
New 7 room fully modern east front
English type, choice location, nesr bus
line, paved street paid, gsrsge. G5l0.
l5tn) rash, good terms on balance.
New English type fully modern 6
room houte well located, on bus line,
.-ffered for qui.k sale for $4200. terms
Nice east front fu!'y modern 5 room
I: .ut with stairway in and room to
finish 3 rooms on second floor, garage,
nice lawn, fruit and walnuts, good lo
cation, paved street, neat bn line.
fr5'00. $1000 cash.
5 room modern House, east front,
good location, paved street paid, extra
Isrg fceantifo! lot with nice ehrnobery
and flowers, nearly all kinds rf fruit,
offered for quick sale at $3200. $tio0
rssh aad good terms on balance.
See WELLS T A LI. MAS
411 Oregon Bldg. Phone 737
REAL ESTATE Trades 52
EXCHANGE Frame business block
in Bandon, Ore., for home in Salem.
Sm photo in offire-
W. A. LISTON
404 Masonic Bldg.
(LEAN 8TOCK GENERAL MKR
bandit, located in a fiae section. Do
ing nice business. Value $14,000. c!ear.
trade for farm. Address Bo 312,
WANT 4 OR- S ROOM BCNGALOW
Palea for pair Flat in Oakland, Calif,
t. round 60x200. Double garage. Price
$750O.a0. Mortgage S0O0 0t. Ad
dress Bos 1 4, care Statesman.
150 aero, 13 Million. $3500.
20 acres Imp. New berg $$500 for S. D.
19 acre Imp. Polk Co. for Sslem
borne to $6000.
Filling aad Greasing station. $1,000.
y.iarter blk., business twa house
fiooo. See Byer with GEISER, 414
$5000 net yearly
FOR SPECIAL REASON will con
sider targe Oregon ranch np. ta $35,000.
THIS IS YOCR CHANCE.
FORCED TO 8 ELL
First Clas Iacoma Property. Will
consider trada p to $12,000. acreagt
r city proporiy. u "
ANDERSON A RUPERT. Realtor,
169 S. High
Good dairy ranch close to Salem. 87
acres. 15 acres ia pasture. Small sv
family orchard. Deep) well, storage
taak. Good baaaa. bar aad silo. Will
sehaaga for 8a lorn property.
S acr tract for $500.00.
S acre improved $1050.00.
5 acre improved $1800.00.
5 acre improved $2000.00.
4 acre with fine improvements
5 acre with fiaa Improvement
Will trade ay of the for Sslem
Ere party. 8e J. I.ineela EUia with
tegocr, 27S Stat St.
CAS TOO MATCH THESE
Some of tha best farm ta tbVjralley.
with slock, eroa aad implemeata. Fiae
22S A. tarns, twa good set mt aulamaga.
t2500, . win trad far aa apartment
house. Flo saa farm, food bldg,
$17,000. Mast ill of trad an a
ronnt of era. Fiao ' lit A. farm.
$15,000. trad Xr galea ar ilbaay. mp
to $4000. fiaa 1164 A. far, $17,475
Tor small traet. Tina 300 A. fares, good
Hds, $14,000. take email acreage.
eine 73 A. farm, gtfA' oil, good bldg.
and location, prieo $10,400. take a
reaidoaco ia tUm $4000 t $6OO0.
The above farm aro of Ua bt. with
food improvomeot. atoek, eroa and
implameau. Botoro yea bar a farm
it will pay yea U aea Loala Boebtal or
. . Sears, wha make a, apeeiolty of
farm' 4l Stata lw Tfoaw 8 and 4.
REAL ESTATE Trades 52
10 acres close in. east of Salem, has
new bldg.. good water system, electric
lights. Price tMM. Will exchange for
here ia ftaleai about same valne.
We have a goad 60 acre dairy farm,
toeked and eqeipped. has good bldg.
aad email creek, clot to school and
on market road. Will take part city
property and balance goad term.
See Thooaasoa with
Le X. Childs Co., Realtors
S20 State Street Phone 1727
REAL ESTATE Farms 53
70 MILLION FIR AND gPRCCE. 900
acre, with ideal logging conditions, ad
joining railroad aad Siuslaw River.
CC8HMAX. LANE COUNTY. ORE
GON. Prices right for qoiek sale. J.
A. Weber, Bos 8$, Fertlaad. Ore.
FOR SALE ,
Ten have been looking far a snap.
Here it rs. 9 ai re good land. 7 acre
cultivated. Oo spring. All fenced.
3 room house, small barn and chicken
heuse. ail for $1100. $.50.00 down.
You can t heat that. Sea Stegner, 274
Good walnut and filbert orchard are
hard to find. 1 have aasne extra good
buys in those propert.es. One 13H
acres, 70 acre in walnut only
A. C. HOHRXSTEDT, Realtor
Keai Estate Loans Insurance
14 7 K. Com 1 St.. halem, Oregan
A BIG BARGAIN IN STOCK OR DAIRY
raacn, acres 14 mile on Paci:ic
highway, 70 acres oottom plow land.
Best aaady loam . soil. 6 room house,
big barn. Ranch lenced sheep tight.
Price $7000. $5u0 down, balance
long time. W. f. Brown, 1700 Ox
lorn. Salens, Oregon.
40 ACRES set to walnuts, filberts
aad cherries, 3 mile out, new resi
aence, strict ty modern, automatic wa
ter stem aad electric lights, bath,
pisstered, full basement. iait ia a
tin soil. Will subdivide. Tak some
unincumbered city property. have
cheaper land fartaar oat. with nice
timter. V ill take wood in part pay.
JOHN H. ScOfT, 805 Oregon B.og.
INDEPENDENCE IN SEVEN YEARS
bhpw u a littl money, a lot of in
tatry, ability to manage, aad we'll
how yon financial iaaayeadence in 7
yean; kou can. buy on of tha best
larm ia tha Wiliametta valley an a
Vaaoeatnng" and yon can pay for it
W.th to crops. xoa'v got ta have
alUtiO, and Jou've got ta enow ability
and wil.ingnea to work, manage anu
sacrifice tor a few years ia ardor to
acquire thi fiaa farm. If yon think
you can till th bttl come ia and see
McGILCHRIST k PENNINGTON
.09 lo l. b. Bank Bldg. Paona 140
$ 400 for 1 acre, 2 room house, small
chicken house aad other outbuild
ings; spring and soma timber.
$3400 $ acres, 3 room bouse, 2 acres or
chard, barn, chicken bouse, creek,
J blocks to school, 4 mi. to Saiem.
$3500 for 35 acres good timber lend $
mi. from Sslem, j mi. to station.
9500 for 00 seres. 45 cultivated, black
loam soil, 6 room house, silo, barn,
woodshed, garage. etc. Would
take Salem residence tip to $3500.
Private Money to Loan. Insurance
M ELY IN JOHNSON
320 V. S. Bank Bldg. Phone 637
FARMS FARMS FARMS 1
72 ACRES near Hubbard,. 25 a. un
der plow, 50 a. fine timber. Creek.
New 6 room home; barn; chicken
house; etc. Fine improvements and
the best of soil. Price including full
line of machinery, 5 cows. 3 horses.
$10,500. , cash. Will take modern
Salem home to $8000.
83 ACRES southeast of Woodbura.
67 acres under plow, 16 a. timber. Good
6 room honae with electricity, pressure
wster system and bath. Two large
barna ; machine ahed ; garage'; t , ote.
Pr.ee including full line of machinery,
5 cows, 2 horses, '-5 sheep, 2 pigi
$17,000. Will take modern Salem
home for part.
180 ACKEs Northeast of Oregon
City an the beautiful Clackamas River.
30 acres sandy loam soil in cultivation.
100 a. of timber lots of white fir, bal
ance pasture. Poor buildings. Prico
$10,000. Clesr. Wilt exchange for
Poik countv -farm up to $20,000.
TRIANGLE REALTY COMPANY
421 Court Ht. Ground Floor
"Headquarter For Farms"
WANTED REAL ESTATE 55
J WANTED. HEAR FRO M OW NER RANCH
iur wm. oiaie casn price, particulars.
D. F. Bush. Minneapolis, Minn.
Wanted. Modern house South Sa
lem, around $3000.00.
r. L. WOOD. GEO. F. PEED
311 State St.
HAVE CLIENT WITH $3000 CASH
wants .' or o room strictly modern
home, well located, priced around $850Q
to 4Oo. Y. . DeLaao, 290 .
t'lmr,, Tel, 2839.
WORK GUARANTEED. E. E. WIOOIN8.
Taxidermiat, 1145 Norway Tel I?81 -W.
TRANSFER & HAULING 57
CAPITAL CITT TRANSFER CO. 326
Stat St. Tel. 9$3. Distributing, for
warding aad ktorag our cpeialty. Oct
Frank M. Newton
Local aad long distaaca aauliag
Light Country haaliag a specialty
Store and Ship
HonsehaM goods. Our specialty la
piano aad furniture moving. We alio
make country trip. We handle the best
Coal and Wood
Call en us for prices. We give good
measnrc, good quality aad geed eereic.
Larmer Transfer Co.
OREGON WASH. "WiTER SERVICE CO.
Office S04 Beath Commercial St. Tea
per eaat diaeonal oa domestic flat rat
paid ia advance. Mo deduction for ab
sence or any cause aalesa water ia shot
ff year premises.
But frw :
EbGME3 M '
A FINE WEW wArrrst? ROOM
UT THE KIW HOTEL SENATOR
Thh-ty Ride Book at Reduced Rate
A Swift aad Reliable Package Servic
Coartoon Attention From All Eaployoea
Are a Few of th Offarln: Mad
By PARKER STAGES. INC.
Stage Leaving Time:
Dallac 7 a. m, 9:10 a. m., 11.23 a. m
3:10 p. m.. 5:1$ a. aa,
ladepandeaca 8) Monmouth: 7 a. m,
9:15 a. a. 11:15 a. m., 3 p. m.. 5:1$
p. an.. $: 8j p. a. (Sunday only.)
filverton: 7 a. m.. 1 1 a. m.. 5 p. m
Fall City. McMiaaviile, Newberg. HilU
baro, Foroat Greve. Sberidaa, Tilla
mook: :! a. m.. 3:10 p. .a 5:15
Far Iafonaatloa Call 85$ or 696.
AUTOS WANTED 60
CASH PAID FOR FORDS EIKEft AUTO
USED CARS For Sale 61
McKays for csf.d cam
"with an OK that counts'
224 Ford "Pegs. Choic $
1322 Chev. Tt$ 90
1923 Cher. Trg. 115
1923 Ford Coupe 150
The above cars all hsv license, good
tire and ma ftne.
1922 Dodge Conn $175
1925 Ford Coape 200
19? Ford Roadster 275
1926 Chev. Co eh 400
1937 Chev. Coup 525
1928 Chev. Sedan 495
1927 Chev. Coac-h 525
WE DO NOT MISREPRESENT
ALL CARS SOLI WITH A POSITIVE
430 N. Commercial Phone 1802
DOUGLAS McKAY CHEVROLET
A Ford Dealer for
Valley Motor Co.
sincerely desires that
you drive a Satis
1927 Coupe, looks like new, loU of
1926 Touring, new balloon, new
1923 Touring, new top k curtains ... $145
1922 Touring, run fin $ 60
1921 Sedan, double Hasslers $ 65
1920 Touring, 2 new tires and new
batterv $ 50
1924 Buick 6 Rdster., extras $493
1928 License with
Touring equipped with Lovejoy shocks,
bnmper, 8. k M. spot light, rr view
mirror, automatic awipe, 70 nw
rubber and 1928 license.
This is a fins car in every way and
a snap at
Two of the Best
Read These Over
$33 Packard Clud Sedan $1900
133 Packard 7 Ps. Sedan 1200
1927 Oldsmobile 4 Door Leather
133 Packard DeLuxe Touring 800
1927 Oldsmobile Deluxe Coupe 725
1924 Gardner Touring 300
Studebaker Spec. Six Sedan 2S"
1924 Maxwell Coupe 275
1924 Essex Coupe 275
Ford Ton Truck Jumbo Gesr 250
1924 Ford Coupe 200
1925 Star Touring 200
Overland Coupe 200
Ford Sedan 6.
We always have a complete line of
good used car to choose from. Com
n and look our atock over before yon
buy, will pay you. Have you seen the
new Oldsmobile I
Capitol Motors Inc.
850 Mo. High Street
1927 Oakland S-.ljn.
1926 Buick Medan Standard.
1926 Nash Special Six Sedan.
1926 Jewett Coach.
1926 Nasli Six Coupe.
Other csrs. every on a real value in
it class. 1'iices except ioanlly low.
Open Sunrliv snd evening.
F. W. Pettyjohn Co,
$65 North Commercial Street. Tel. 2'i0
FOLKESTONE. Eng.. Feb. 13.
(AP) A British pilot was kill
ed today during a mock aerial com
bat when two fighting planes from
the Ilawkin air crew collided 1.000
feet over Folkestone. Both planes
fell and one bbrst into flames
CAL DISPLEASED .
WASHINGTON. Feb. 17. (AP)
Congress, in the opinion of
President Coolidge. has been too
liberal with appropriations and
the prospect of tax redaction has
correspondingly been endangered.
S ME SBES THE
MIND HI S BOUL
USED CARS For Sale 61
435 N. Commercial
Why Not Save the First
Depreciation Late Models in
New Car Condition
' 1927 Oakland Sport Roadster Ru labia Seat ...$823.00
1927 Essex Super 4 Door Sedan 565.00
1B27 Type Pontiac Landau Sedan - 675.00
1927 Chevrolet Roadster - $75.00
1927 Hudson Super Coach 9$5.00
1916 Dodge Sport Touring 475.00
1426 Star Coopter $90.00
r 192 o Light Six Nash Sedan 55.00
1927 Snper Essex Coupe 575.00
lt27 Cbrys'or Roadster 563.00
As Is SpecialToday's Best Buy
To Mechanic Only-
1921 Tjpe Essex Coach (narrow Post) $163.00
Every Car Checked and Repaired
Worn Tares Replacedand New Paint
S a v e S $ $
Good Condition Guaranteed Terms
All Types All Makes All Prices
Any used tar that we sell you can he driven
for seven days, and if not entirely satisfactory
you may return it and receive full credit on
any other new or used car you may select.
Trade and Terms.
ASfred-Billingsley Motor Company
333 Center St.
London Musician Knows
2,000 Scores By Heart
LONDON. Eng., Feb. IS (AP)
Professor Willlbaid Richter is
said to have the best musical
memory in England. He has
memorized 2,000 classical compo
sitions. When 8 years old. Professor
Richter gave his first piano reci
tal. Liszt, the famous composer.
theij patted him on the head and
made him his pupil.
Professor Richter came to Eng
land in 1881, and was music mas
ter at Uppingham School until
18S7. He is the father of Miss
Lilian Rushworth, the singer.
The professor says that no great
composer will arise in the present
generation. "There is too much
noise," he said, "to much hurry
scurry. A genius must develop
his gifts in quiet and solitude.
Beethoven was lucky because he
became deaf. His best work was
done while he was deaf."
PORTLAND. Ore.. Feb. 18. (AP).
Today' receipts: liogs 950. all direct. To
tal for week. approximately. Cattle
2.010; Calves 210; Hogs 7925; Sheep,
915; cars 114.
Caltll compared with week ago:
Mostly around steady; hulk desirable
slaughter steers 1 1 1.00W 12.50 ; off qual
ity down ta $8.75 and under; fairly good
heifers brought $10: good cows $9. Bulk
d irahles she stock $7.50&10; low cut
lei down to $4 and below; bull mostly
$$.5097; odd head $7.50; calves $70
10.50.; Tealer np ta $13.
Hogs compared with week ago: Batch
er clause 10 to 15c lower; feeder pig
25 to 50o higher: hulk light butcher
$9.25(0 9.35: scattering small lots early
Monday at $9.40 (( 9.50 ; heavies and un
derweight $9 down: extreme heaviea $8
W8.50; packing aows mostly $7Cf7.54;
-heice light feeder pigs mostly $9.25(2
9.50; weightier 4tinds $9 down.
Sheep, steady ; lamb steady to 35c
higher than week ago. Strictly cheice
hand weight wooled lambs quoted up to
$1825; yearling up to $10; ewe $7
rORTi.AXP. fre.. eh. 1
Iairy Exchange, net prices:
Butter, extras 44Ve; standard 44c;
prime firsts 43c; first 43c.
Kggs. extras 26c; standard firsts 25c;
fresh medium extras 24c: frewh medium
firsts 22c. Prices to retailers 3c over ex
CHICAGO. Feh.H (AP). Announce
moot of big flour sale apparently point-1
ing in surprising icarrnj ch xinur is me
eastern part of the country led to higher
Sriee todny for wheat. As much - a
00.000 barrels were reported to have
been bought overnight far shipment east,
the large baciaaa of the kind thi year.
Closing fjaatetiaas aa wheat were firm
half to . net higher, with corn $-$ to
USED CARS For Sale 61
Vj (a, 5 8c up anil
1 Sc oft to an
PORTLAND. Ore.. Feu. IS. (AP.
Wheat hid: BRB hard white Keb., Mar.,
April. $1.42; hard white. blue stem,
baart. Feb. $1.30'; Mar. $1.S0; April
$1.312 ; federation Feb.. Mar . $1.27:
April $1.24; soft white Feb., Mar.,
$1.27',, April $1.2$H: wetern white
Feb., Mar.. $1.27". . April $1.28", : hard
winter Feb.. Mar., $1.22; April $1.23;
northern spring Feb.. Mar., $1.23'. ;
-April $1.24'; weatera red Feb., Mar.,
$1.22; April $1.23.
Oats. No. 2, 3d pound W. F. and ditto
grsy Feb., April $43.
Barley, No. 2, 45 pound B. W., all
Com. No. 2. E. Y. shipment Feb. $39.
75; Mar., $33.50; April $39.50; ditto
No. 3. Feb. $38.75; Mar. $38.25; April
Millrun. standard Feb., Mar., $31;
PORTLAND. Ore., Feb. H (AP).
Hay buyingjprice: I'.astern Oregon tim
othv $20.50if21; ditto valley $18
18.50; alfalfa $13 18.50; oat hay
$14.50$ '15.00 ; straw $9 per ton; selling
price $2 a ton more. .
NEW INCORPORATIONS j
O . .. O
winKieman Bag ana iturnap
company, with headquarters in
I Portland and capital stock of $30.-
000, has filed articles in the state
corporation department. The in
corporators are Isadore Winkle
man, Meyer Winkleman and Abe
Other articles filed follow:
Brown Oil company, Eugene,
$50,000; Fred Gimpl, Dew Is A.
Borde and George A. SImkins.
Owl Furniture company, Port
land; $,0,000; S. Zavin. Jacob
Bromberg and Edith Zavin.
Portland Bio-Chemical Clinics
and Laboratories. Portland, $50,
000; Charles B. Zeebuyth, M. Zee
buyth and Ralph Sbadduck.
Irvimeda company. Portland;
notice of dissolution.
Move Made In Washington
To Abolish Fish Traps
OLYMPLA, Wash.. Feb. IS.
(AP) First steps toward an in
itiative measure for the abolition
of fish traps, fish wheels and purse
seines, primarily to protect salmon
and steel head in Washington,
were taken here by the Fish Con
servation league, Bremerton. Roy
Hatfield, representing the league,
submitted the proposed bill for a
President Coolidge does not
cnoose to run around any more
telling people what he meant In
the first place. Detroit Free
raro NOD AS
rOAN UE Lf 2? CANOE
ROCK , FPED
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By Alaa J. Gould
(Associated Press Sports Editor)
NEW YORK (AP) The widely
advocated policy of a minimum of
tinkering with the football play
ing code appears to have been
adopted by the national rules
With the long period of shifting
regulations, experimentation and
balancing of offensive and defen
sive features at an end the com
mittee now looks forward, starting
in 1928. to an era of stabilizing
and standardizing the game. Mast
of the committee's energies for
the next year will be concentrated
on recodifying and rewriting the
existing rules rather than casting
about for further changes.
This policy not only is expected
to meet with the widespread en
dorsement of coaches and official
proval of gridiron fandom which
has become dizzy in recent years
keeping step with the changes.
This Is not to mention the play
ers themselves who. In the opin
ion of so prominent a mentor as
Gil Dobie. are ready to quit col
lege by the time they have begun
to master the rules.
Came Now "Ct stalized"
Few games anywhere involve as
intricate possibilities of team play
or as varied a collection of rules
as football. The game's law-makers
have recognized this while at
the same time they have been
wrestling with the problems of
putting It on a firm basis, weigh
ing criticism or dealing with the
fruits of experience.
"We feel that the game in it
present form has crystalized."
said Edward K. Hall, chairman of
the Rules committee, recently.
That the committee as a whole
now shares this view is evident
from Its latest deliberations.
Where the year before a half
dozen more or less radical chang
es were decided upon, only three
have been made effective for 1928.
All three of these are designed
more to clear up disputed point,
or correct abuses than to effee
any decided change in the code.
The screen pass, for instance
has been pretty well outlawed bu
;the new rules administer the death
blow to what Ihe committee con
siders unfair tactics by a passing
attack. The lateral pass and
murred punt rules remain but id
such form that they will serve
only their main purposes and not
be ambiguous or subject to con
The goal post will stay where
they were placed last season, ten
yards behind the actual goal line.
There was considerable agitation
to restore the uprigts to their
time-honored position but the
rules-makers feel that this came
either from the reactionary wing
of the game or from spectators
who had found it difficult to de
termine the exact location of the
ball without the goal-posts to aid
The prims argument in favor
of the new location and one that
likely will be convincing; enough
for some time to come Is that it
removes a menace to life and limb
in scrimmages at the goal line
The game, its rules-makers feel
has enough physical risks without
needlessly making it more dan
The possibilities of touchdowns
on flukey recoveries are now re
duced to a minimum. On muffed
or fumbled punt as well as on
grounded lateral passes the ball
now may be recovered by the op
posing side but in neither case can
it be advanced beyond the point
L Mi MS
OF EXPANSION OPPOSED
WASHINGTON, Feb. 18.--
(AP). A vigorous assault on the
administration's three quarter of
a billion dollar naval construction
program was made here in the
senate by Senator King, democrat,
Reading a long prepared ad
dress, with occasional interpola
tions the senator declared that
the American government is now
spending on its regular military
establishment more money than
any other nation, and traced the
rising tide of expenditures.
Adverting to recent remarks at
tributed to Rear Admiral Plun
MONEy. t eN UJONDERiK WHAT
IDAS THE MATTER VfliTW WE tATEl
BUT THE MlNUTg,X SEEN YOU:
UiAS IN X KN&urJt
aWava tiaa taaV awSa. aW aaaa SV . W .
wW - u aaas aw
kett, who hat just retired, Sena
tor King said bis utterances were
"un-American, unwise), most fool
ish and calculated to mislead the
people of America and arouse the
suspicions of the people of tor
Canadians Favor Many
Tariff and Tax Cuts
OTTAWA. Feb. IS. (AP)
Sharp reductions In taxes and tar
iff featured the budget presented
to the house by J. A. Robb, min
ister of finance.
Tax reductions, which included
a ten per cent drop in personal in
come tax and cutting of the tax
rate on corporations to eight per
cent were estimated to total $19,
000.000. The outstanding feature of cus
toms tariff amendments In the
budget was the revision of the tex
tile group. The maximum rate on
cotton is reduced, with one excep
tion, to 30 per cent, and the duty
on various forms of cotton is low
ered. Yarns for the weaving of
woolen cloths are made free and
there are reductions in other
forms of wool.
U. S. Shipping Board Goes
On Record For New Policy
WASHINGTON. Feb. 18 (AP)
The shipping board today took a
definite stand for a new policy,
submitting to congress recom
mendations on legislation pro
posed to facilitate the carrying
out of the merchant marine act of
Embodying the report compiled
it a conference in Januarv of the!
leading steamship men of the
country, the board declared none
of the proposed bills provide all
the legislation necessary to meet
the present requirements of the
merchant marine act.
A combination of the best fea
tures of the Jones. Copeland,
Wood and White bills was sug
gested. White House Raccoons
Riot After Christening
WASHINGTON. Feb. IS.
(AP) Dissension broke out to
day In the cage of the two White
House raccoons at the very time
't became known that Rebecca's
mate has been christened Reuben
by President Coolidge.
Reuben broke loose and
climbed a high tree in the south
lawn of the White House and as
evening came on he still refused
to return to his home.
Reuben was presented to the
president some time ago after
having bet'ii caught by a White
House policeman in Virginia and
was dubbed by some of the un
knowing ones as Horace. But It
was made plain at the White
House today that the president
himself had given the raccoon a
name and that he wanted him
known hereafter as Reuben.
Hindu Temple Tentative
Plan for New York City
BOMBAY. India, Feb. 18.
(API Advices from Indore say
that a Hindu temple may rise in
New York in celebration of the
initiation of Miss Nancy Ann Mil
ler of Seattle, Wash., into Hindu
ism if it takes place at Poona. It
is understood that the Maharajah
Mission at Poona will erect the
building in honor of the warrior
'Shlvaji, who founded the Mahar-
atta power in India.
The initiation would precede the
marriage of the American girl to
the former Maharajah of Indore.
The youngest of his two wives Is
stated to be plunged into despond
ency over the approaching mar
STI DENT FOUND DEAD
BERKELEY. Cal.. Feb. 18.
(AP) Lawrence Murphy, 21, a
student at the University of Cali
fornia was found dead in his room
Friday. An autopsy disclosed he
died of heart disease. Police at
first believed the youth had taken
his own life.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 18 (AP)
A bill classifying as pasture lands
all unreserved lauds within a
radius of 20 miles of the boun
daries of any federal irrigation
project, was reported favorablyto
day by the senate public lands
By Ed Wheelan
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Spring lamb, dressed .1
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Dreesed bog : .11 4
BOOt. BUTTEB. BUTTEXTAT
Standard , , .
Print Butter -7j.4i
Beets, acfcd .
New eebbag .
1.0, 11.5$, $1.35
List of Candidates
Sat., Feb. 18
The list of nantastTon InrluA tXa
aaaiss roi4 up ta aaoa Saturday,
TU- tt a hra do sol arart'jr iw
rlud all vol earaad. a sulseripiin
r subjaet t varificatiaa.
Dlatrirl No. 1. Cut of Salam:
Owiaa Baraaos ?S9.tH
Mis Hattnrosaa M.0OU
Mrs. fei Boaaar 5.0n
Geo. H. Cauasr SIS.SSO
a an Chrrin SO.OOt
Charts 0!att 40S.20C
Mi. WItr Cilaa S0.0OO
B. Cooler 864.800
Mrs. I,. O. Curtis 50.000
Mr. 11. E. IoaIdsoa Ttt.SUO
Totu Down 70I.SOO
Alvin lurkson S0.0O
r, ..v w. ..-..I 4ts Ana
Mrs. Chns. Fit suti 5o.0M
Mrs. Klliott S4S,S
RalDk Krr 70a.60(i
KdttU r'mdlay 8 44.0OO
( l-renr Fast ISl.SOrt
Mr. I. Uraaka 70.40)
Howard Ur SO.OOS
Ea Ooff 421.SOO
Bernico Uodr 14.VOt
ltiill Gsutry 477.200
Uartia lrlcr 60.000
tMora (irdar 1S7.000
Bonnie Hamilton S0,Mt
Berth Halaeth S13.SOO
Sarah IlaWorssn 70O.SO
Ksthrr HansoH aO.OOv
Wilbur Harms (W.OOO
Clrd Hsrraaa 711.40
! Himr BO.OOO
Loraine llorc 50.000
Mrs. C. Hooa-srhro 740.SW
Mrs. Marietta Hot 60.000
Nettie llutcneoa 60,000
Mr. Krank Hutrhlasaa 50.0O
Joseob Johasoa 70S.SOO
Robert Krurer 50.000
Mr. Klawsoa 2B.IHH
Kdrsr Kinr - 7tH.40l
Klorenee Karst 60.000
Kennrth Lewi 2S1.SM
Mr. Thelma l.inhar BO.OOti
Orill l.istoa 197.SO0
Mrs. Cullea Lang 24l,tll
Miss MrCartnpy 50.000
Ulad.TS Marlonald 741,000
IVSST Mcltowell 803,SO
T. 3. MrKenzi ISS.mio
Hazel MeMorrt 737.SOO
Mrj. Iorlh Murlin - 50.000
Mr. Henrietta M.rtiaaala 720.300
llflrn Miclk 50.000
Mrs. .tames Moormaa 400.00
Itose Morrsti 50.0O"
Lao Uorley 739.500
Allert Mourer 50.0O
Robert Newburih 601.400
laniel Newman AO.IMlf
Mr. Orvill OfWHr 740,3m
Mildred Oshnrn 60.0aa
Lillian l'eruwoltl 60.0Oi
llarrl l'ro l4.0O.
l oraioe Uoliin 6O.O0A
Kidon Slavea 7I3.6O0
Carol Smith 74,4(H
llsrpl Sneod 50. (Mm
Ted Snrder 740,200
Kthel Ktarkrr 601.40''
tirare Strnn 60.00(
Bruc Stewart T40..iH
Mrs. Zens Thorns .'.O.tHH'
Mrs. (;eo. Tnrksr 726,80)
lieorfu rdnejr 61.2i
A lir Vandnrvort Sh.Wf
l.onij Warner SOJiW'
Maxwell White 14."o
Mrs. Mildred Wiefand 7l2.20r
Ho J. Wiikee 7J5.20"
W. G. Wilson 137.0O
Mrs. Millie Williamson SO OO
Mrs. W. I,. Wilsoa 740.40C
Keulah Wltiel 73.-JO'
Chester l.averu Wilts 60.40
Ms Young 742.2S
Pitriet No. 2 (Outside City at Salem)
Ruth Anfaerheld 127.60"
Ann Baillio 420. 8
Doris Bennett 716.01"
Olaf Blizseth 240.0OI
D. B. Bordstoa 740,6(V
.lark Beathy 5l.
Baraer Camphoil 702. 8t
Mr. .. H. Cahb TSS.HO
Robert Caanall 740.8c
Vesta CoquilUtt 50. IX
Maria Creasy 60.0O--M
Dnaehartr 50. OO
Mr. Downing 640.60'
Mary Jan lvaTa 60,04
nazal Fields 60.0
Amij Fiedler tO.Of
Klmer I(naa 60,0
Tbelia Haagea 743,60
lohn Hangea 7SO.SO"
B. L. Holland T4S.OC
J. U. Johaatoa 70S.0H
Harlan Judd iO.OO
Mary C. Kinder 60.04'
Kit her Kraft 60.0'
Mr. O. KIly 60.0'
I. re Leslie 60.Q4
rVenri l.orelt 60,0
Floyd MrCall 716.4
Dalor MeKisaoa 741.41
Pern Miller 60.0:
Ohristsl . IfiMar 60.0 -
W. W. Pawall 45S.S
Pradcac Pattersea . 60,0
Howard Robiason 60,04 -
Mr. Joha Sekaoider -. 60,0 "
John W. Bcett 60.0
Darit Smith 60.0 -
K!k 8teen 60,0
Mahal If. Straw 64.04
Joha Strati . 60.04
Mrs. J. T. Taraar 60,0
Garnet Whadbwa 60.0
Vorl Whit 6I.8
E. William . 160JSt
Politics Grows Along
New Lines In Germar
BERLIN. Feb. 18.(AP
Gcrmsn polities dsreloped an
tirelr new sncls hers when ft
four parlies constituting the pre
ent coalition-nationalists, perapl
party, centrists and . Bavarians
decided no lonter to consid
consider tbemselres as . fori -Ins
- the sorernment bloc.' - Th .
approved howerer, leaving th
respectlre ministers In the cs'
lnet. . ; ';-
-The members of tfa6 cablor
therefore, altbough orlf Inall de
ignated by the parties, must her
sfter act on their Individual r
orosslbUltr. and dc the best th
can ontU absolutely easenti:
bndgetsry legislallon Is passed I
the .RelcaiU. 1
;v; cbaxdit tltxxed :
' TACOMA,Wash...; TeW lt.-(AP)-
One bank, robber 'was ki!
ed and another wounded and ca
tared la. a .bank holdup at Pet
Wash.,, shortly before- noon, s
cording to dispatch, to the i;e
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