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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 6, 1928
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8 "GOOD COLD CREAM"
Thousands of very particular women rely on Ow Theatrical
fold Cream to koep their skin in good condition. No Cold
Capital Drug Store
J. H. WILLETT "ONLY THE BEST"
Agents Owl Drug Co. Products
STATE ST. AT LIBERTY
Local News Briefs
". Miss (Mable Murray, principal
.Taoaent from the school for several
days due to illness.
Guaranteed Sited Dry Wood
Tel. 13, Salem Fuel Co.,
Marion County Visiting Ass'n.
I. O. O. F. Temple Sat. evening
April 7th. All I. O. O. F. mem
bers and families invited.
In South Marion
County School Superintendent
Fulkereon made inspection visita
tions to schools in the southern
end of the county Thursday.
All Rose Bushes 30c
At Pearcy Bros.
Gill Bros. Acclimated Garden
Seeds (in bulk).: Fertilizers.
Spray materials. Pearcy Bros., 178
L 1 , IsMied Permit
iyMike Van Laaren was issued a
construction of a one story dwell
ing to be located at 1795 South
Capitol street. Estimated cost of
the structure is 1200.
Fruit and Filbert Trees
Half price. Pearcy Bros.. 178 S
Marion County Visiting Ass'n.
I. O. O. F. Temple Sat. evening
April 7th. All I. O. O. F. mem
bers and families invited.
J. L. Atroud was issued a per
mit yesterday afternoon for the
construction of a one an one-half
story dwelling to be located at
1195 North 17th strett, at an es
timated cost of about $2000.
Vhat Have You Trade
For Fruit and Nut trees? Pearcy
Bros., 178 S. Commercial street.
Iairniount Hill Lot
Any site, facing, etc. $1000 to
$5000. We have 52 to choose
from. Among them are some de
cided bargains. Becke & Hen
dricks, 189 N. High street.
Milt Miller Resigns
Milton A. Miller of Portland has
resigned as a member of the state
board for yocational education, ac
cording to announcement made at
the executive department Thurs
day. Governor Patterson said he
would not select Mr. Miller's suc
cessor for several days. Mr. Mil
ler was appointed a member of
the board by ex-Governor Pierce.
24 head of well broken Mare, Geldings and Mules weighing
from 1200 to 1400 lbs. each. Owing to the fact that I am
putting on a tractor the entire lot will be sold and ran be tried
out any time before or on day of sale. Parties wanting horses
should attend this aals.
TERMS CASH, OR OTHERWISE ARRANGED
JOHN LONEY, Owner
H. F. WOODRY & SON, Auctioneers
Phone 73 871 North Commercial 8U, Salem, Ore.
I RITK DOWN TOWN
Cream ixn he purer. No Cold
Cream U a Dftler cleanser and
skiii protector. And the low price
permits you to use It generously.
Like all product? of Owl Labora
:ories. Owl Theatrical Co'.d Cream
t.-i unconditionally guaranteed.
23c pak;2 of Kleenex (the
cleansing tisane i KltKI-i wilu
85c AMEROIL( HEAVY)
IT CREATES NO HABIT
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Conklin of Gervals, at
the Salem general hospital Wed
Potted Plants and Flowers
For Easter. Adams florist.
I "i-idaj-Saturday Last Days
Of ScheiVi "New Order of
Marriage Ueeuse Given
A marriage license was yester
day taken out from the office of
the Marlon county clerk by Pres
ton Gerald Drew. 2 4, of Junction
'.Mty, to marry Myrtle Dorothy
Klamp, 22. of Woodburn.
Men Buy Now, Two More Days-
Schei's "'New Order of Things.'
Jar Proof Watches
The marvel of the day. See
ihem at Pomeroy & Keene s.
Judge to .Speak
Circuit Judge L. II. McMahan of
Salem will be the principal speak
er at the Lions club luncheon to
day noon. He will talk on "Early
Days in the History of Salem."
Gene Fredericks will give a musi
And repairing. viieae-Powers
Friday-Sat unlay Itst Days
Of Schel"s "New Order o:
Stop-signs mean something,
even in the wee sma' hours. This
was found out by Floyd Wilson,
412 North 2 let street, who was
arrested by Officer Nickolson at
an early hour Wednesday morning
and charged, with failing to stop at
such a sign.'
Thomas Bros, playing. Every
Friday nite. Dome' Pavilion, Mc
Beside the regular office hours.
the county clerk's office will be
open evenings between 5 and 8
o'clock to register voters. If you
are now registered and voted once
the paet two years and have not
moved or married you need not
come. Otherwise come at one.
Hauling Bids Asked
The Marlon county court yes
terday took action to call for bids
on hauling 15.000 yards of crush
ed rock from the crusher to roads
at various places in the northern
part of the county.
The undersigned Auc
tioneers have received
instructions from Mr.
John Loney to sell by
public auction one-half
mile North of the City
Limits on the Old Stiagar
farm on the Portland
Monday, April 9
Commencing at 1 P. M,
'rw, rrn n i
L K0 UlAt J
White Track 4 Speed
New Tires : . . .
Ford Truck. Stake Body and
Cab -In Good Me- M7C
chanical Condition .. 31D
"The House That Herriee Balli"
; Program Postponed
The weekly Friday night pro
I grain which is held in the lobby of
'the YMCA building will not be
: held tonight, but postponed until
'next week. These programs have
attracted many spectators from
wetk to week.
Polled Plants and flowers
For Easter. Adams florist.
Popular Old Time Pnnce
Crystal Harden every Wednes
day and Saturday night. No Jaz
zing. Students Plan Surprise
The junior chamber of com
merce at the senior high school
is planning a social event for next
Tuesday. Other detai'a of the af
fair are being closely guarded, but
with all the attendant mysterious
preparation students are anticipat
ing a genuine treat when the sur
prise is revealed.
.Men Buy Now, Two More Day
Schel's "New Order of Things.
I U Carte Service
In dining room. Marion Hotel.
Held an Check Artist
Mark Craudall. alias ' Buck
Campbell, was brought to Salem
and lodged in the Marion county
jail early yesterday evening, hav
ing been arrested at Portland
earlier in the day. A warrant was
sworn out for Crandall in justice
court here last year charging him
with fraudulently passing a check.
Men Buy Now, Two More Days
Schei's "New Order of Things."
Given Free With Pinno
$235.00 Orthophonic Victrola,
this week only. See Sherman Clay
& Co.'s window. New Bligh Bldg..
across from Oregon Electric De
pot, 130 So. High Sir.. Salem, Ore
gon. Kafourys Proud Parents
Mr. and Mrs. A 11am Kafoury,
formerly of this city and who now
reside at Springfield, are the
proud parents of a baby daugh
ter, who arrived at the Salem Gen
eral hospital early yesterday
morning. Mr. Kafoury was for
merly connecttd with the Kafoury
Brothers clothing Botre here, and
the Portland Silk shop, but has
lately taken over the management
of a clothing store in Springfield.
Suit for pO.lOO
Demanding that a warranty
clause in a deed to property In La
Grande be made good. Reed Hib
berd and Dick Hibberd yesterday
began action in circuit court here
against C. R. ' Hibberd. They de
mand $9 500, alleging that when
they bought the property it was
encumbered in that amonnt. Dick
Hibberd. a minor, is suing by Reed
Hot Water Heat
Beautiful 8 room home Price
reduced from $12,500 to $11,500
to move. Reasonable terms. Im
mediate possession. All hardwood
floors. See new at 215 W. Lef
felle. Becke fc Hendricks, 189 N.
The weekly Thursday club meet
ing was held in the dining room
of the YMCA building yesterday
noon with a large attendance. C.
A. Kells, general secretary of the
"Y" presided. The group contin
ued their discussion on "Organ
ization of the World Wide
YMCA." This was their third
meeting since they organized.
Clarks Leave for Ohio
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Clark of
this city left this week for Mont
pelier, Ohio, where they were
called as a result of the serious
illness of Mrs. Schilling, Mrs.
Clark's mother. They expect to
be gone about six weeks, visiting
friends at various points along the
route on their way back. Mrs.
Schilling spent the winter In Ore
gon five years ago. visiting a
daughter and a son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Park of Yamhill.
Notice to Rent Payors
You don't have to We have
new modern homes that a down
payment and $20 to $0 a month
will buy. Two exceptional buys
are a 4 rooms with furnace, fire
place, garage, etc., for $3700,
ready to occupy at 955 Norway.
100 feet frontage on Fairgrounds
road. And 7 room home at 955
Tamarack, 5 rooms finished, rea
dy to qccupy for total price $5250.
Reasonable terms on both. Becke
& Hendricks. 189. N. High street.
Services to CTose
The three weeks pre-Easter
services which have been held at
the First Christian church by the
pastor. Rev. D. J. Howe, will close
Saturday evening. The subject of
the sermon this evening will be
"What Then Will You Do With
Jesus?" These meetings have
been well attended and a nambei
1 of new members are expected to
unite wun ue cnurcn Sunday
morning. A special program of
moeic hat been arranged for the
Easter morning services
Ministers to Meet
The Ministerial association will
meet at the YMCA at 10 a. m
Monday. In the opening of the
session the Lord's supper will be
iovserved, alter which Rev. F. L
jCannell will give an address on.
j'The Community Church."
Pas Life Saving Test-
Three local lgiris have success
fully passed the American Junior
Red Cross Life saving tests which
i were conducted in the YMCA
swimming tank a short time ago.
'Those to be awarded the small
ired and white felt cross are Bar
bara Walker. 1045 North Summer
street; Anoka Coates. 4 86 North
Liberty street; and Eileen Moore.
1083 Oak street. These young
ladies are considered three of the
best swimmers in this vicinity,
having had considerable practice
and experience during the past
Dr, McAndrew Declares
Teachers Who Marry
Should Not Be Fired
SPOKANE, April 5. (AP).
A school boy ought to work like a
business man; a teacher's mar
riage should not be a "misdemean
or"; and a kindly chastisement is
a healthy thing.
These were precepts laid down
today by Dr. William McAndrew.
former superintendent of schools
in Chicago, before the 30th annu
al inland-empire educational asso
elation convention. More than
2,000 teachers were registered.
"They say the American home
life is disappearing." McAndrew
declared. "Of course, why
shouldn't it? With school chil
dren having so much school work
to do at home loading the
child down with outside work
When I was a boy, after supper
father got out the pinochle deck
and we all played pinochle.
"But the advanced school today
in which the student works hard
during the school hours and then
shuts up his desk and goes homf
and forgets his school until th
next day. as the man In business
"And who is better fitted to
teach than a woman who in addi
tion to her own knowledge of a
teacher has also that more Inti
mate knowledge of the home?"
At a banquet tonight Dr. Mc
Andrew was presented with a
leather portfolio on behalf of thej
teachers of Spokane. Speakers at
the banquet included Miss Cor
nelia Adair, president of the na
tional education association:
Chancellor M. A. Brannon, of the
University of Montana; Dr, W. H
Burton of New York City and ('
A. Howard, superintendent of Ore
CLUB AT ROSEDALK GIVES EX
HIBIT; PRIZES WON
ROSEDALE. April 5. (Spec
lal.) The school sewing club 1
completed its work, and last Fri
day gave an exhibit and demon
stration of its work. Those re
ceiving recognition were:
Gown making, first prize, Es
ther Cammack; second prize, May
Aprons, Goldie Sims, Alonzc
Bags. May Morse. Lenore Camp
Tea towels, Lenore Campbell
Pin cushions, Soulina Morse
Hot dish holder, Soulina Morse
Darning. Lenore Campbell. May
The Hansard family has moved
Miss Helen Cammack occupied
FYKE TORIO raiding lames. We la
tare yeor glaeeea affaiaet kreakkfe.
TTiompsoa-Glatsch Optical Co.
110 N. Comm'l St.
CUT FLOWERS, PLANTS
GOLD FISH, BIRDS
C F. BRETTHAVFT
Telephone S89 IIS 8 tat St.
All Kinds of!
Ml GIVES T LK
snow aw i
the pulpit of the Friends church at
Scotta Mills Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Prrm
family and Miss Zona Pearson of
oa.oui amea at the Cammack
home last Sunday.
Easter services will be held at
the church Sunday as follows:
Program by the Sunday school a
10 o'clock: preaching at 11 o'clock
by Rev. Edward Mott of Portland
basket dinner at noon. Platform
mee"ng at 2 p m ied DT student
of NPEI. At 7.3 0 in the evening
preaching service. Everybody 1
cordially invited to attend.
GilllTE FOR HOOVER
REPUBLICAN Di:i.I ;ATE CAN
DIDATE FILES HERE
William A. Tarter.. Portland.
Thursday filed in the state depart
ment here his declaration of can
didacy for election as delegate to
the republican national convention
from the state at large.
"For Herbert Hoover to succeed
President Coolidge, who declines
to run." is the slogan adopted by
Other filings here Thursday fol
low: J. UP. Campbell, West Linn, for
the republican nomination for cir
cuit judge for the fifth Judicial
district, comprising Clackamas
James Alger Fee. Pendleton, for
the republican nomination for cir
cuit judge of the sixth judicial dis
trict, comprising Morrow and Um
Robert A. Miller. Portland, for
democratic presidential elector.
J. A. Lawrence, Albany, for the
democratic nomination for'repre-;entath-e
in the legislature for the
second representative district, com
prising Linn county.
S. L. Stewart, Kirkreall. for the
.epublicau nomination for repre-j
;entative ' in the leigslature for
he 11th district, comprising Polk
J. I). Wed. Condon, for the
epublican nomination for district
ittorney for Gilliam county.
M. M. Hill, Hood River, for el
jctiou as a delegate to the demo
cratic national convention from
he second congressional district.
J. M. Blank. Canyon City, for
he republican nomination for dis
.riet attorn v of Grant county.
Clarence A. Potts, McMinnville.
or the republican nomination for
listrict attorney for Yamhill coun
v. rhumb Print Used On
Dresses In London
LONDON (AP) Thumb prints
w trade marks have been adopt
ed by some of London's most ex
clusive dress designers with the
aim of outwitting smaller dealers
who retaU copies of their gown
reatloae as genuine. "Dress pir
ates" these shop keepers are call
ed by the dressmakers who pride
themselves on their originality.
One designer of note conceived
the idea , of protecting her name
y the thumb print method and
thers quickly followed the lead.
The prints are generally those of
he designer, stamped indelibly
Jn the cloth.
Another designer conceived the
idea of having his models patent
ed, on the contention that they
ire woven on special looms and
rrom raw material obtained only
;'rom one source, but certain legal
bstacles have not yet been over
come. KIDNAPED LAD FOUND
PHILADELPHIA. Apr. 5
(AP) George Edward Miller,
:our year old boy, kidnaped by
wo women yesterday, was picked
ip by police today at Tenth and
BABY CHICKS TODAY
All .'popular breeds at popalar
price. All BWD tested.
Also repair Adding Machines.
Numbering Machines, Check
ATLAS BOOK STORE
465 State St.
BIG PAPER DRIVE. HIGHEST PRIC
ES PAID FOR (MAGAZINES OR
NEWSPAPERS MUST BE IN BUN
DLES) CAPITAL BARGAIN
and JUNK CO.
105-145 Center St.
Three Governors, Including
LOS ANGELES. April 5 (API I
-he governor and two fornr
ernors of California today paid
high tribute to the character and!
qualifications of Herbert Hoover. I
secretary of commerce, in a meet- !
ng here which opened the Hoov-ar-for-president
"There is no man who has had
i he world contacts of Herbert
Hoover. "t declared Governor C C.
Young, in addressing the 6'0 per
sons who crowded the ho;rl audi
orium where the meeting was
heI1- ""o man is better fitted for
the presidency. Let us show the
nation that California has but one
candidate and that the entire
etate is wholeheartedly for him."
Former Governor Friend W.
Richardson expressed the state's
pride in Hoover as a Californian.
as a republican, as "the man who
would make the best president the
United States ever had."
The third California governor
to speak in praieo of Hoover was
William D. Stephens. Lieutenant
Governor Buron R.'Fitts and for
mer Lieutenant Governor A. J.
Wallace also were present.
A telegram from Secretary
Hoover read at the meeting was:
"May this message exprts my
greetings and my appreciat i;n.
Tho layal support of the republi
cans of California is most encour-!1"8
aging. I regret that it is impos
sible for nie to be with vou."
L GIVES PLAYl
SCOTTS MILLS STUD E NTS
PLEASE IN OFFERING
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SCOTTS MILLS. April J
(Special. Mr. and .Mrs. J. O. j
Dixon and family visited relatives)
at Battle Ground, Wash., on Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. George Haynes
and son Glenn visited relatives in
Quite a few people from here at
tended the funeral of Mrs. Lean
gtha Adam held at the Miller
church Friday afternoon.
Misses Loraine and Dorid Hogg
attended the Winifred Byrd con
cert in Salem Thursday evening.
J. O. Dixon and Roy Thomas l
were in Portland Monday on busi
ness. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Green and
small daughter and Mr. and Mrs.
F. Jeremiah and son. of Portland, .
visited their grandmother, Mrs.)
Kate Landwing. on Sunday. Mrs.
Jeremiah and son remained for
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hogg and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. C. I
llartman on Sunday.
The play, "The Dutch Detec
tive." given by the Scotts Mills
high school Thursday night, was
well presented to a large crowd.
Quite a few from here attended
A Remedy for Treatment
COLDS, La GRIPPE AND
135 North Commercial St.
Original Yellow Front
the Rebekah lodge in Silverton
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Thomas and
son Freeman visited their daugh
ter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Smith in Salem Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Mage and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. Lioyd
Heinz Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. tJeorge Krauae of
Portland visited their parent. -M r.
iiJ Mrs J N. A:nuiidsin Friday.
Miss Beatrice AmunJson of S:ay
lon also y!sl"J hr -parents over
the week end
Christian Endeavor Rally
0r COUnty 10 Be Monday;
A count v t'hrwtlan Endeavor I
J rally will fte held
in the Firsi
! EvHDgeli'-al church. Center and
Liberty ?reets. on Monday eve
;ninn at 7:4i o'clock This is a
pre-cinven : ion rally avA the pro
gram will largely h in charge of
Daila-t Ki. . the sf:.te field secre
CoufereiivK periods will also be
ronducttd for sooie'y presidents
and missionary chairman, as well
as a general conference for all not
especially interested in the two
Ail Eudeawuers and their
friends are invked and urged to
Fish Wheel Law Appeal
Will Be Heard April 18
Hearing of the suit attacking
the law eliminating the operation
of fish wheels in the Columbia riv
er, has been set by the United
States supreme' court for April
IS, according to telegrams receiv
ed at the attorney general's office
The law was enacted by the vo-
. .. , ., . it .,,,;K;t...i
the operation of fish wheels in the
Columbia river, fishing with seines
above Cascade Locks and limited
the length of seines below that
The legislature, at its last ses
sion, attempted to repeal the law
but failed. A bill then was passed
by the legislature deferring for a
'period of one year 'the date on
I which the law would biVome ef-
fective. This law was vetoed by
The law was then attacked in
the federal courts in Portland by
McGowan and son. The court up-
liebl tbe constit ut lonalit v of thp
j a w whereui,0n an appeal wils la
ken to the higher court.
Willamette Senior Earns
Fellowship At Washington
Miss Fiances Leniery, senior at:
Willamette university, has been:
awarded a teaching fellowship in'
li. C. SMITH ft COEOKA
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Our reputation assures the safety nd proper caro of your
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Public and Private Storace
GRAIN, FEED and SEED
Free DeKveryto any part of the city.
QUOTATIONS ON APPLICATION
f r - ' .
,PAUL TRAGLIO, Prop.
Day Telephone 28 Night Telephone 1267-W
physics at the University of Wash-
ington. She has maintained a
hlgli average during her four years
at Willamette and is the fourth
physics atudeut from this Institu
tion to receive a fellowship award,
this being the third at the Uni
versity of Washington.
Others who have been awarded
fellowships are Victor Hicks. '25.
to the Univeiiiity of Washington;
Gerald Pearson. '26. to Stanford:
and Ij;yl t'hapia. '27. to the Unt-
i,ver!ty of Washington.
Miss Ler.iery formerly attended
Saleru hiicli s. l.ool of which she is
TALK KAIL MERGER
NEW YORK. Apr. 5. (AP)
cu eastern railroads
meeting tier. today to discuss J
iplan adjourned shortly before 1
jo'clo-.-k without making official an
James .1 Hedden died in Ray-,
'mond. Wash.. April 4. at the age
of So years. Survived bynla wife, f,
Sarah, one sou, Kalph M.. four
daughters. Mrs. W. H. Sneed, r
Mrs E F Rhode, and Mrs. P. A. '
llfanmu, ail of Kaymoud, and Mrs.
C. T. Hoover of Salem. Funeral
seiviee will be held Friday at 10
a in., at iligdon tuortuasjr , with
intcimeiu in the Odd Fellows cem
etery. - Prker
Joan Giadelle Parker died at
the residence, 1080 Market street,
on April S at the age of 20
months. She was the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil L. Parker and
the sister of Dolores Parker.
Christian Sciene funeral services
will be held Friday. April 6. at
1:30 p. m., from the Kigdon Mor
tuary. MT. CREST ABBEY
LLOYD T. RIGDON. Mngr.
Perfect Funeral Sen ice
Licensed Iay .Mortician
770 Chcnu'keta Street
Rewound ami Repaired, New
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VIBBERT & TODD
101 South High Tel. 21
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