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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM; OREGON. TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1928
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At MU1 City , 5
An official visit to the schools
at Mill . City was made yesterday
by County Superintendent Fulker
son. . - '
Auxiliary To Meet
Sou of Veterans auxiliary will
meet this Tuesday evening at 7:30
o'clock at the Woman's club house
on Cottage street.
Guaranteed Shed Dry Wood
Telephone 13, Salem Fuel Co.,
752 Trade Street.
Captain Paul . Burrb of Sal
em, now attending the military
school at Fort Benning, Ga., was
the representative of Governor I.
L. Patterson at the unveiling of
the Confederate monument at
Stone Mountain, Ga., which was
Dance Tonight at Mellow Moon-
To Lonny JOy't band.
Urges More Air Mall
Scholar Bangs, repressing the
air mail service in the northwest,
poke briefly at Monday's chamber
of commerce luncheon, urging
greater use of this rapid mail ser
vice as an aid In making possible
better connections than are now
A la Carte Service
In Dining Room. Marlon Hotel.
Clnb Gives Banquet
A banquet was given by the Bod
Franklin club of the Willamette
valley at Hotel Marion last Satur
day night. About 25 members at
tended. Judge P. H. D'arcy, hon
orary member of the orranlsatinn
delivered the address, using for
nis subject "Pioneer editors, re
porters and printers of the valley."
BU Furniture Auction
Wed. Nite 7 p. m at F. N.
Woodry's, Summer St. See Adv.
Don't miss It.
field on Check Charges
Charged with having passed a
$10 check without having suffi
cient funds to meet payment, Jer
ome T. Lasselle was being held in
the Marlon county Jail last night,
bail being fixed at $1000. The
check was dated September 24.
1926. and was on the State Bank
Genuine Scaly Turtles
Mattresses now $35.00. C. S.
Hamilton Furn. Co., 340 Court St.
Meeting April 12
A meeting of the OAC-OSC
club will be held at 8 o'clock at
the Woman's club building Thurs
day night, April 12. All former
OAC students are urged to regis
ter for the spring term of the
"Goopville School." Officials
aren't explaining that last term.
but warn ellglbles to come and
eee for themselves.
200 Down New' Home
Price now $3675 vacant at 955
Norway. Has furnace with coils.
fireplace, garage, hardwood, 100
foot frontage. Fairgrounds Road.
I Balance monthly. Becke & Hen
dricks. 189 North High street. '
Alleged to have sold 18 pigs to
which he did not have a clear title.
L. W. Hayes was yesterday arrest
ed and hailed into Justice court.
The case was continued for hear
ing and Hayes was lodged In the
county jail upon his failure to pro-
j HIGH GRADE
7 TUBE RADIO
Wed. Nite 7 P. M.
and Furniture Store
161 0 X. Summer St.
Upright Wellington Piano,
7-tube Metrodlne Radio with
A. B. Philco Socket Power
Klimlnator, 1 Walnut Dav
enport Table, 1 New Jao
quard Velour Davenport, 1
Nearly New Refrigerator, 1
Electric Wash. Machine. 1
good Bicycle, 1 Oak Ex. Ta
ble, 1 fak Buffet, 6 Oak
and Leather Dining Chairs,
1 Large Hoosler Cabinet, 1
Oak and Leather DuqCold, 1
All Leather and Overstuffed
Rocker, Several Oak and
Leather Rockers, 1 good Ax
minster Rug 9x12, 1 New
Rug 9x12, 5 Linoleum Rugs
different sixes. New Lino
leum by the yard, 1 New 40
lb. All Wool Mattress, 1
Used 85 lb. Silk Floss Mat
tress, 1 Simmons Day Bed
and Pad, 8 Sanitary Couch
es, 1 Laurel 6-Hole Range,"
1 good Heater, 10 Sacks of
good Potafoes, .1 New Set
Dishes, -1 New Copper Bot
tom Boiler, Beds, Springs,
Mattresses, Tin i Pails,
Clothes Dryer, Ironing
Boards, Axes, Shovels, Hoes,
Rakes, good Lawn Mower,
and many other Miscellan
eous articles. ' ' ,
TERMS CASH V
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If yon want Furniture
Don't miss this Sale.
Auctions every Wed, Nite 7
p. L Auctions every Sat.
1:80 P. M- Private Sales
Daily. -, -V :
. YES, WE SELL NEW and
USED FURNITURE OF ALL
"KINDS. ' s:?t.,4" '"i4
Yon caa always do better
tor far less at Woodry'a on
Summer Street. Cash Paid
for Used Furniture. .
dace $500 bail. The First Nation
al bank of Woodburn claims to
have had a lien on the nigs which
are said to have been valued at
$10 dollars each or $180 altoge
Graftxl Walnut Trees 50c l"p
Fruit trees, half price. 178 S.
Official Board to M
The official board of the First
Methodist church will meet in the
church on Tuesday evening, A.
A. Lee will preside at the business
You Caa Own a Genuine Sealy
Tuftless mattress now for
$35.00. C. S. Hamilton Furn. Co ,
240 Court St.
Matthews To Lectu
Professor James T .Matthews.
of Willamette university, will
give an illustrated lecture on
astronomy iu the lobby of thts
YMCA Friday night. The public
Is invited to attend.
Amertraa Legion Drum Corps
"Spring Frolic" at the Armory
Wednesday evening, April 11th,
Cherrlan Meet Tonight
Ths Cherrlans' monthly lunch
ean will be held at the chamber
of commerce auditorium this eve
ning at 6:15, Instead of last night
as was erroneously stated In Sun
Shade Trees Half Price
Roses 30c. Deciduous shrubs,
3 for. $1.00. Pearcy Bros., 17$ 8
VMD Meet Tonight
Members of the Young Men's
division of the YMCA will meet In
one of the rooms at the Y tonight
at which time they will review
trips which they will take this
summer. Every member Is urged
faster Dance Tonite at Mellow-
Moon. Lonny Joy's band.
Bishop Eben S. Johnson of
Capetown, South Africa, preached
in the First Methodist church on
Sunday morning. Many were un
able to find room on account of
the capacity congregations at
tending the Easter services.
Old Time Leap Year Dance '
Crystal Caden, Wednesday
Governor Patterson has accept
ed an invitation to attend1 the an
nual banquet of the Jackson Coun
ty Fish and Game Protective as-
sociatidn to be held at Ashland
Wednesday night. The governor
will be a guest of the Marshfleld
chamber of commerce Thursday
night. He will return to the cap-
itol late Friday
Ad Club Dance
Anril 17th Crvstal Harden
I)ental Examiners Named
Dr. J. H. Carter of Klamath
Falls and Dr. Ray F. Murphy of
LaGrande were appointed Monday
by Governor Patterson members
of the state board of dental ex
aminers. Dr. Carter will succeed
Dr. W. W. Walker of Grants Pass
while Dr. Murphy succeeds Dr.
3. S. Mcord of Baker. The new
lppointees will serve for terms of
And repairing. vilese-Powers
Will Present Drama
"The Rock." a religious drama
portraying the conversion of Sim
on Peter to the Christian faith.
v-111 be presented in the First
Methodist church on next Sunday
3venlng by a group of players
.'rom the Methodist hurch In Cor
vaJlia. Miss Mildred Bartholo
mew, the director of religious ed
ucation in Corvallls. will have
charge of the program.
"A Pillow for the Body"
The Genuine Sealy Tuftless
mattress now $35.00. C. S. Ham
ilton Furn. Co., 340 Court St.
Injured la Crash
J. A. Propp, 401 North 18th
street, was Injured about the head
when the .automobile which he
was driving crashed Into a heavy
truck of the Capital City transfer
company Sunday afternoon. The
accident ' occurred on the cornet
of 16th and B streets. Frank N.
Waldorf, driver of the truck, es
caped with injury.
Apartments North For Rent !
New modern apartments In
small apartment buildings large
not water, neat and gargae
$30. See 2075 Fairgrounds Road.
Becke & -Hendricks, 189 North
Tryonte Tonight :, , , -y; - I
All students registered vin the
department of music at the Salem
high school will meet In the lobby
of the TMCA building tonight
where they will compete for posi
tions In the group to represent the
local high school In the state high
school music contest to he held in
Forest Grove In the near future.
Miss Lena Belle Tartar, director
of music at the high school, will
be in charge of the tryouts. It
will start promptly at 8 o'clock.
Old Time Leap Year Daaoe -
Crystal i Garden, Wednesday
night. Ladles 25c, Gentlemen
Brotherhood Meets Tonight
The JasOa Lee Brotherhood will
meet this evening at t: 30 o'clock
in tne church parlors, - lor the
regular monthly session. The
principal address will be on
"Christian Princlnles in Industrv'
oy xvorman tr. Coleman, president
01 tteea uouege, Portland, who is
especially well Qualified to handle
this subject due to his former con
aectlon with the 4L work in lum
to 0 0,0,
1927 Chevrolet Coach, li
cense, good tires, like new,
1927 Essex four door sedan,
excellent condition, many
Bargains in motorcycles.
The House That Service Built"
ber camos. Special music has
been arranged for, according to
the announcement made by F. r
William II. Trlndle was a week
end visiter in Portland, stopping
at the Congress hotel.
For rent lease and sals. Becke
A Hendricks. If 9 North High
Work in the Salem schools will
resume this morning where it was
left off last Friday. Teachers and
pupils yesterday -observed the sin
gle holiday allowed for spring va
Evergreen Shrubs, Trees-
Full line. Plant at once or lose
a year. Pearcy Bros., 178 S. Com
Files for Constable
Henry Smith yesterday filed
with County Clerk U. O. Boyer
his petition as a candidate for
constable in the Stayton district.
Smith Is a republican.
The Pacific Airplane Service
Of Salem, offers to the "First"
lady studsnt. a complete course of
flying at one half the regular
5Iarriage License Gl
A marriage license was yester
day Issued from the office of the
Marlon county clerk f to Everett
Dale Laurence, 34. of Independ
ence, and Katherine Loewen, 18,
of Dallas. The marriage Is ths
first for each.
6 Blocks to state house $5,000
5 rooms plus large lot furnace,
fireplace, double garage. $1000 to
handle. Becks & Hendricks, 181
North High street.
Mrs. Bell Dies
Mrs. Alfred E. Bell. 70. who
resided at 1060 Union street, died
at her home early Sunday morning
after an illness of many months.
Last October Mrs. Bell fell and
fractured her hip and had never
fully recovered from the injury.
She had resided in this city for the
past 25 years. She is survived by
her husband and three daughters.
Mrs. Fred E. Zimmerman, and
Mrs. Lloyd Mitchell, both of Sal
em, and Mrs. Harris W. Skiff of
Garden Home. Funeral services
were held at Rlgdon's chapel at
3 o'clock yesterday afternoon with
interment at the City View ceme
tery. Start Now A Dollar or Two
Now and again will assure you
of a worthwhile gift for your
graduating son or daughter. Talk
it over with Pomeroy'& Keene.
10 Piano Lessons for $32.50
. We hare had such a demand
for our melody way piano classes,
that we have decided to start an
other beginner's class. Enroll
ment must be in by Saturday,
April 14. Tallman Piano store,
12th and Mill.
Back from Meeting-
Educators from Oreeon. Wash
ington, Idaho and Montana to the
numDer or 2,560 gathered at Spo
kane last week to make the an
nual session of the Inland Empire
educational association the larg
est In Its history, according to re
ports nrougnt back by the nine
Salem neoole in attendant
George W. Hug, superintendent of
city schools, presided at the
Northwest high and secondary
schools section of the Inland as
sociation, and was also head of
the, nominating committee. Mr.
neiucmio, superinienoeni oi tne
Bellfngham schools, was elected
president, that honor going an
nually from one state to another.
Committee reports were given by
In just a minute
and TAR COMPOUND
Stops cugiM---evenl whooping cough.
Pure, .reliable, effective, for cbjdren
and grown persons. j
CAPITOL DRUG STORE
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tar roar (Ismm agsia! brtaktg a
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Thompson-Glatsch Optical Co.
110 K. Oocmm'l at.
WITH NEW TUBES
Miss Juns Phllpott, B. W, Taven
nsr of the high school and Dr.
William DeKlelns and Dr. EaUUa
Ford Warner of the child health
demonstration alao appeared on
the association program. Mrs. El
len A. Fisher, Mrs. DeKletoo and
Miss Anns Simpson, war also in
Nlssen Goes To Roseburg i
Edwin Nlssen of this city left
last might for Roseburg to secure
him Bt Am nfcfl which Was Stolen
from ths corner of High and Cent
er streets Sunday night. Tne car
was recovered at Roseburg yes
Bedrooms 2 Bath
7 aa s jiirt it's a hay-
large furnace, fireplace, hardwood,
i... u) with view close
schools. Quick possession. See at
1710 noum w inter. u. " ,
& Hendricks. 119 worm s
Will TeU of Wilson
Dr. Carl Gregg Donsy, presi
dent of Willamette university, wtu
deliver an address on "Wood row
Wilson" at the meeting of the
Men's Council of ths First Meth
odist church on Wednesday eve
ning. Dinner will be served the
men at C:I0 and the program ww
follow. James Smart will sing a
number of Scotch songs. Senator
Lloyd Reynolds will preside.
Beside ths regular office hoara,
the county clerk's office will be
open evenings between 6 and I
o'clock to register voters. If you
sfre now reglstsred and voted ones
ths past two years and ham not
moved or married you need not
come. Otherwise corns at ones.
Sue for JA
Suit to foreclose a mechanic's
lien was begun in circuit court
yesterday by Turnure and Allen,
Inc., against R. C. Hallberg. The
sum of $78.10 -Is claimed to be
due tor labor and materials furn
ished by the corporation. The
Spokane Savings and Loan society,
the Oregon Gravel company and
the Charles K. Spauldlng Logging
company are also named defend
ants as having some claim upon
GUERNSEY "GAIETIES" TO BE
ENTERTAINED IN JUNE
The Marion County Guernsey
Breeders' association held its first
meeting of the year Saturday af
ternoon at the Salem Chamber of
Commerce rooms. The associa
tion, organized last December, at
this meeting adopted Its consti
Arrangements for entertaining
the "Guernsey Gaieties," annual
tour of the associated Guernsey
clubs of the Willamette valley,
were discussed. The Marlon and
Clackamas associations will co
operate in entertaining the "Ga
ietles" the second week In June.
Plans for raising funds to pur
chase Guernsey calves which will
be prises for the winners of the
boys' and girls' club calf compe
tition at the state fatr. were also
Mrs. A. I. Hughes, secretary oi
the state Guernsey association, at
tended the meeting and was the
Officers of the Marlon count
association are C. T. Gilbert of
Shaw, president; D. H. Looney ot
.Jefferson, vice-president; Mrs. H.
I.. Carl of Hubbard, secretary
treasurer; W. H. Scott of Jeffer
son. A. A. Hager and D. H. Mart
in of Salem and Lawrence C. Mill
er of Woodburn, directors.
WASHINGTON. Apr. 9 (AP)
An agreement between world
powers over America's reserva
tions on entry into the world court
was declared "altogether Improb
able" today by Chairman Borah
f the Senate foreign relations
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eAI'JS BRITISH AID
Overcame Lloyd George's
Opposition By Citing Ef-
feet On U. S. Opinion ;
Herbert Hoover won the sunnert
of Lleyd George at an extreme cris
is in the affairs of the commission
for Belgium Relief by wielding the
powerful weapon of American pub
lic opinion over the head ot the
canny Welshman. Will Irwin de
scribes this dramatic encounter in
"Herbert Hoover: A Reminiscent
Biography." Just published by the
The incident occurred, says Mr.
Irwin, in 1114 when Hoover was
endeavoring to effect an agree
ment between Germany and the
Allies governing the remission of
relief funds to Belgium? fat a cru
cial period In the negotiations Ger
many was about to declare a sub
marine blockade of England and
the war rose to another crisis ot
hate and desperation.
Not only did a grant of funds
from Great Britain seem less like
ly, but ths whole undertaking of
the Relief commission, which nev
er had the complete approval of
the British government because of
its necessary dealings with the
Germans, stood in grave peril.
Winston Churchill ruled the king's
navy and to him the validity and
integrity of the blockade became
a religion. Kitchener, then war
lord of England, was an old fash
ioned soldier and refused to rec
ognize the importance of the com
mission's work In social tsrms.
There remained Lloyd George.
then in control of the British trea
sury as chancellor of exchequer.
. Hoover threw his main attack
against this able but temperamen
tal Celt; and on the eve of an im
portant cabinet meeting called on
Lloyd George wlh his final plea.
"With his own packed terse
ness." says Irwin, "Hoover told
what he wanted permission to
carry out his plan for exchange,
and direct help in money from the
Allies. Lloyd George replied with
the British military view. The com
mission was assisting the enemy
unintentionally but none the less
vitally. It was giving the Belgians
food to stand more requisitions;
resources to stand more momen
tary levies. Moreover, Mr. Hoo
ver's work relieved the Germans
from the duty of feeding the Bel
gians. So it was prolonging the
war; for economic pressure and
aot guns would win in the end.
'He was wholly opposed to our op
erations, benevolent and humane
as they were,' says the commis
"And here Hoover drew his best
weapon, as he had drawn it al
ready on the Germans public
opinion in the neutral countries,
which to the European belligerents
was almost synonymous with pub
lic opinion in the united States
How, if she refused this succor to
her allies, would Great Britain her
self figure before the world T She
had entered the war so she said
for the purpose of - protecting
small nations and especially Bel
?iums. She stood the champion of
democracy against autocracy. This
Belgium was one of the most dem
Dcratic nations in the world. It
would be an ironic victory if the
Belgians were annihilated in the
process; If the British found the
country, when their armies enter
ad. an empty husk! Were not the
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British great enough to forfeit a
douhtrul and hasy military advan
tage and show magnanimity to
these distressed people T The mem
ory of that world outlasts the bit
terness of this war.
" You have convinced me he
said abruptly. 'You have my per
mission.' Other (officials ot the
British government sat listening to
this debate. Lloyd George turned
to them, asked them to arrange
the details. This was somewhat
premature; for the cabinet had to
give its approval. It met that
night. No one knows exactly what
happened, or will know until his
tory can scan the archives of the
great war. But the next day Lloyd
George came upon Hoover, watting
anxiously In his outer office. The
cordial little Welshman slapped
the American on ths back snd
M boy, you've won!' "
FIX BILLOT TITLE
EXEMPTION OF BCS8K8 POINT
ED OUT IN 98 BILL
Ballet title for the proposed
initiative measure fixing a flat an
nual license fee of $3 for pleasure
automobiles operated In the state
of Oregon, has been completed by
the attorney general. The prelim
inary petition was filed with the
secretary of state by H. H. Stallard
, It reads as follows:
"To provide a S annual license
fee for motor vehicles of all kinds
except trucks, trailers, semitrail
ers and electric vehicles for com
mercial purposes, for which class
es such fees remain unchanged;
also except passenger bussei
which it exempts from all license
fees now- paid except the present
seat tax; also exempting motor ve
nicies not common carriers used
primarily tor commercial pur
poses from additional license feet
which they now pay; exemptlnf
tor-hire cars of all kinds from any
and all license fees whatsoevet
and abolishing all fees based upon
the weight of motor vehicles."
Eagle Scouts Present
Handbook To Officials
A squad of Eagle Scouts from
Salem and vicinity Monday pre
sented Governor Patterson and the
seven Justices of the state supreme
ourt with Boy Scout handbook.
The presentation address was
given by "Pat" Campbell, son of
L. P. Campbell of ths state high
Lloyd Payne, scout executive,
was in charge of the ceremony
which was held on the west steps
of the capltol building. The cere
mony was held at the same hour
that Washington boy scouts pre
sented a handbook to President
OH BOY! CHICKEN
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Every Thursday Evening
CUT FLOWERS, PLANTS
GOLD FISH, BIRDS
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Telephone 380 IIS Stat Bt.
5o GooJ & keep.
TO BE ANNOUNCED
VISIT TO PORTLAND
E. E. Sbafford Stops Short
Good Will Tour
PORTLAND. Apr. . (AP)
E. E. Spafford. national command
er of the American Legion, poked
a wind burned and grease-smeared
face out of the cockpit of the army
plane In which he la making a na
tional "good will" tour, at Pear-
on field today, to face a recep-
ion committee of prominent, le
lionnaires and a whirlwind pro
gram of social and speaking en
gagements. During the brief period that he
was In the city ne aaaressea
luncheons at the American Legion
headquarters, and the forum of
the chamber of commerce, besides
making trips to the veterans hos
pital and the site of the new hos
pital. He landed from Medford at
11 a. m. and took off for SHverton
and Salem at 4:30 p. m.
It is the first time that a na
tional commander has attempted
a trip of such magnitude in an air
plane and Commander Spafford
has found It much to his liking.
Oregon scenery was quits ths fin
est that hs has seen anywhere lo
the country, he stated, and the
sight Of It made him "thoroughly
Jealous of those who make their
Brooks Community Club
Holds All Day Meeting
BROOKS. Anril 9. fSDeclalV
Mrs. Al Wood was hostess to the
Brooks community club on Thurs
lay. April 5 for an all day's meet
ing with a pot luck lunch.
About 25 members were present
Wttkoat eearmtloa er lets t tfaaa
SIS Orsgea Bldg.
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
General Banking Business
Office Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
oi HORSES and MULES
The undersigned Auctioneers hare received instructions from
Mr. John Loney to sell by public suction one-half mile North
ot the City Limits on the Old Stiagar farm on the Portland
Monday, April 9, Commencing at 1 P. M., the following:
24 head of well broken Mares, 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 can be tried
out any time before or on day of sale. Parties wanting horses
should attend this sale.
TERMS CASH, OR OTHERWISE ARRANGED
JOHN LONEY, Owner
H. F. WOODRY & SON, Auctioneers
Phone 75 271 North Commercial St., Halem, Ore.
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Farmers Warehouse .
" ' PAUL TRAG1JO, Prop.,
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and a very pleasant and profltabl x
day was spent quilting for the ho '
tess. Special guests ot the clu
r.ra tin V II Plt-hl Mr. H.t
vey , Evans. Mrs. Will Evans, o
Salem and Mrs. Schaeffer of Wal
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The next meeting will be wltl
Mrs. Charley Cofflndaffer oi
Thursday afternoon. April 19. 1
which everyone is invited.
Easter Wedding Unites
North Santiam Coupte
NORTH SANTIAM, April 9.--(
Special. ) At a pretty home wed
ding, at twelve o'clock on Easte
day. Miss Delia Mills of Pleasan
Point, and Lelaud Keithley o
North Santiam. were married. Rev
I. G. Shaw, pastor of the Chrb
tlan church at Stayton officiated.
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a a v w si w w is l woiu a S . OS II '
Mrs. E. T. Mills, parents ot tin
bride; Mr. snd Mrs. Bert Keithle)
and son. Willis, parents and broth
er of the bridegroom and Mr. ant
Mrs. Halsterson. After a dellciouv
wedding dinner Mr. and Mrs
Keithley left for their new home
in Mill City.
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