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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON. SUNDAY MORNING. MAY 6,1 1928 - '
By th Regular G newer
In honor of the coavention of
DeMolay. the Browning Amnse
ment company unfolded Its ban
ners on the Salem public plasa the
past week, and everybody knew
that spring had really arrived in
The amasement company is a
kid circus and entertainment own
ed by Mrs. R. L. Browninc. who
resides at S 9 6 S. 19th street. It
sprang into existence in 1909 with
one old "rattletrap merry ground
playing the county fairs and cross
roads communities not good
enough to be seen In a city in
The show now leaves Salem with
nine steel ti:ns eevlees, and
Mrs. Browning is the proud own
er of seven different show outnts.
employing 120 working people,
mostly from Salem families. She
Is very proud of her clean whole
some entertainments that create
little heaven for children and
the entire community. The shows
are under the management of
her son, William F. Browning
and two sons. Fred and Ed. who
are foremen. Another son, Ar
nold B. Browning has a promin
ent position in the Salem Bank
The show opened as usual on
May Day and gave away - 1200
balloons to the Salem kids who
visited Mrs. Browning's enter
tainment. They leave this morning for
Klamath Falls to be present dur
ing Railroad week.
College and street ethics do not
seem to agree. Most of the colleges
are using a male student uniform
of white duck or corduroy trous
ers and college sweaters which is
perfectly proper. Government reg
, la t ions in the army and navy and
military academies do not permit
men in school uniform going about
with their hands in their pockets.
It is considered strictly declasse,
and the boys In inland college
towns having military drill or
wearing even part militrr uni
forms will please take notice.
A pioneer orchardist and state
horticultural official makes a plea
for saving animal friends of the
farmer and gardener. lie says
A REAL BUY
4 ROOM HOUSE
Lot 55x95 feet on pared street 2 blocks from Holly
$900 Cash will handle it
For Discriminating Men
n. un. i&iHnEi&
HAS NEVER HAD AN ACCIDENT
Their licensed pilots and mechanics take every pre
caution. Daily inspections are made.
NO CHANCES ARE TAKEN
Daily flights, when weather permits
$2.50 per person
Ask about oar student training
Get a bird's-eye view of Salem from the air
PACIFIC AiRPLAWE SERVICE
LEE U. EYERLY, Proprietor
Fairground Field Telephone 1792
VIJ ' - .. . . . ...
shoot no owls and kill no garter
snakes, because the former are
busy ail year around destroying
moles, gophers, gray diggers, nats
annd mice, and the garter snakes
keep the garden clear of every In
sect, including, earwigs and rose
aphis. Read what Mr. At well says:
-I it- the last biennial report of
the state board of horticulture, to
which I contributed a ratner com
prehensive paper, you will find, on
page 13. the following observation
made by me: 'Garter snakes and
owls are invaluable and the only
effective natural enemy the earwig
has. It should be a misdemeanor to
kill a garter snake.' I have made
the same recommendation to the
city council. It is a great pity that
people do not learn to discriminate
between their friends and foes in
the animal world, and to foster the
-The newspapers say that politi
cal campaign funds are going to be
hard to get in view of the prolongs
nto the campaign scandals. After
the candidates are nominated the
. 1 1 I n H a. t n 4 Y. w. .1
, LI lUUilUUO I1C uvw AWE utUflUN.
Why net take up pontics 1 collec
tions in the churches?
Many persons Interested in
Portland and Oregon politics are
amazed at the new Portland Tele
gram. There is evidently a new
journalistic cat in a strange gar
ret- The editor, C. H Brock hagen
owns a one-half interest In the
Telegram and the Sacramento Un
ion. The ether half is owaed by
Herbert Flefaehacker of the Anglo-
London and tjarts National bank
of San Francisco.
Mr. Brock hagen has had a bril
liant career as newspaper manager
extending from Chicago to Seattle.
During the past year he became
practically owner of the Telegram.
Mr. Fteischacker is net a newspa
per man and does not interfere.
He buys a public utility or a rail
road once in a while and Is an in
timate friend of President Spreule
of the Southern Pacific. Neither
do Meier and Frank or any of -the
other department stores control
the Telegram or dictate its poli
cies with advertising contracts.
But it is said the Telegram is leap
ing up toward the 100.090 circula
tion mark. That much for a new
and rather independent investment
in Oregon newspapers, which the
state may or may not tolerate,
Who Appreciate Style, Quality,
Our genuine hand-tailored-to-measure
unequaled in Salem
474 Court St.
TWO HEADS BETTER THAN ONE
s ; -i4 v i ' -1 t Jt 20"vv yVy
iiTuuian w utrh tmntifnl
Taylor, leading lady of the AL G. Barnes Circus, and her favorite
horse, "Sir Robert."
Beautflul horses ab.d girls predominate in the Al. G. Barnes
Circus, which will exhibit here Wednesday, May 16.
On feature of the all new program this year presents forty
aristocratic horses and the name number of talented girls. Thts
is said to be the largest display of its kind ever seen in any circus.
Iitwit it ta an latere tine situa
tion Tor Portland and an Oregon
to have such a newspaper ana may
do no harm.
The new and greaterSalem does
well to stand by Industrial educa
tion with a program of more shop
work and less old-fashioned text
book-ridden-school machinery. Is
the Salem school program of next
year there will be hundreds ol
lads learning to 'do practical wood
work, carpentry and Joinery and
metal work with a big modern
machine shop at the head of it.
Instruction in electrical and radio
construe Hon, and a big motor ve
hicle repair shop, that will save
One of the Finest Cough
Gives Immediate Relief
From Coughing and
Sold only at
135 North Commercial St
Yo U f
Every type of skin requires special care to keep it dear,
-I 1 i - i .
iiuooui, ana yournruiijr lovely.
We invite you to discuss your individual beauty
D or o thy Gray's
Special Representative fromNewYork City iff
who will he in our store all next week
Dorothy Gray's method of treatment is based on sound,
scientific principles of beauty culture. " Her preparations
are formulated to meet the particular needs of the indi
vidual skin. Without obligation to yourself; mala sure
that you are giving your complexion-the special care it
requires. ; 7
I Our Ttiltt Goods Department
CAPITAL DRUG STORE
J. H. WILLETT, Prop.
SUte at Liberty Street
ones as are nlctnred here. Alma
lives and money by producing ef
ficient car drivers and mechani
cians and practical education In
household and business plumbing.
The people ol our country will
rejoice and breathe easier to
know that a new sea hop is plan
ned and Spanish flyers are coins
.o cross the ocean. There is also to
ie a new flight to the Arctic ocean
ind another airship is to sail over
the North Pole. Just what practl
2al value these flying adventures
have, beyond filling up newspaper
ipace, is hard to see.
Seattle has decided to solve the
horned toad mystery, whether the
horn toad lived 30 years in a cor
ner stone somewhere in Texas, to
learn without refreshment or not
The scientists announce that with
the help of the Seattle Chamber of
Commerce the mystery is to be un
locked. What was the Portland
Chamber of Commerce doing all
this time to let Seattle get such a
A Portland picture show adver
tises: "A Crimson Hour of Lust
Terror Hate "Love ! " Glad to say
this show is not yet advertised in
Ten candidates a: rortland unite
to enjoy the use of voting ma
chines which were tried in the
merger ballot to unite the two elec
tric utilities. Of course, the courts
will uphold these machines as they
have all other election devices,
which have.now reduced the ballot
to a minimum. The voting ma
chines will finish the job of driving
people away from the polls. Some
day we will imitate Japan that has
recently decided to have manhood
suffrage the only qualification
being to wear trousers and be 26
Is there a better religion than
to treat kindly every human being
and dumb animal even if it's a
fish you jerk out of his native ele
ment. Wouldn't it be n?ce If the most
beautiful city in the state would
erect a $500,000 modern hotel, fac
ing on the plaza from State or
rm isprM LOS ANGLES. Mar
5.(AP) Johnny Kuck, former
Kansas SUte imcm wuri
-v msn todav for the second
time within a week broke the
world's record for . the shot put
when he heaved the 18 pound ball
51 feet It niches during the Un
iversity of Southern California
Los Angeles Athletic club meet
Kuck snrpassed by an men tne
mark he set last week at Fresno.
Cal The record he shattered at
that time 51 feet H Inch, had
stood for some 19 years.
nki Rarab of the Univer
sity of Southern California, rater
... a i mi
as one or tne mow Bruum tm
derpath possibilities for the Olym
pic team, pulled a knee muscle
.. TV. liitnrT tliA ntDt Of
loaay. " j ' ,
whicti was not yet known, was be-,
lieved, however, to ne serious
enough to keep him off the track
for many weeks.
SALEM HIGH'S BALL ;
IE BEITS EllGEf
KUCENE. May 5. (AP)
Salem high school's baseball team
bunched hits In the sixth Inning
today and defeated the University
hh sftinnl of Knrene five to lour
in . r-kkselv toucht game. The!
Salem team made four runs in tne
important sixth Inning. Stevens.
University twirler, was in good
form striking out 11 Salem bat
ters. Score : R. H. B.
Salem 5 6 S
Gamble, Lyons and George;
Stevens and Libby.
The ultra scientific basketball
game that Professor Roy S. Keene.
B. S.. scheduled for Thursday be
tween picked teams from his
coaching theory class at Willam
ette university, came up to ex
pectations. Each team used two
Do you realise how those beau
tiful cities of the departed, the
cemeteries, now stretching nearly
a half mile over the hills com
Jpletely block all extension of the
ilty to the south on that side or
the Pacific highway? On the other
side of Commercial street the city
!s rapidly extending south with a
half mile of new residences and
business places. A beautiful tree
lined boulevard should extend
from Fairmount south through, the
cemetery and for miles beyond.
Residence property is already be
ing sold and extending even be
yond Alderbrook and Salem
Heights. The Guesser would like
to see that boulevard put through
at once, before the cemeteries close
the doors to further growth of the
city south with new blocks of bur
ial places that would have to ie
moved. The new San Diego ceme
tery association, in which Mr. W.
S. Levens is interested, is going to
build on modern lines so beauti
fully that people are already in
quiring about residences and
homes adjoining it. Pleast boost
the boulevard. Here is business for
the city planning and zoning com
mission instead of hanging a color
ed man and his family in the air
for trying to start a warm sand
wich barbecue and a chicken din
ner parlor at Hollywood.
Many Salem people are
When in Portland
A pleasant place
to live, in beauti- "
An unusually good
dining room serv
ice and food.
Accessibility t o
Eleventh and llain Sta.
E. JEAN CAMPBELL
Oirner ani lfamarr
180 N. High
LONG PISS SYSTEM
I tl .11 IVfl Mill J
distinctive styles of of fens and
defense, the long pas offense and
four man defense adopted' In the
last half by the Irish squad,
coached by Glea Ledbetter, papr
ing the most effective. The Irish
won. 19 to 13.
With Beck on the forward end
of these long passes, the Irish ran
up a safe lead rapidly after the
game had been nip and tuck in
the first halt. The Scotch, coached
by Ed Cardinal and John Ver
steeg. was able to do little with
the long shot and follow game,
but there was indications that M
would be more effective if the
team had more practice. It re
quires more accurate timing than
the. long pass style.
In the first half, the Irish used
a short pass, and pivot style and
the Scotch a percentage system.
These were both fairly effective.
Flock L . . .
French ; . . .
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. . McMullin
, . . Versteee
. Kl in d worth
EUGENE. May 5. AP) The
University of Washington base
ball team defeated Oregon. 11 to
7 In a same featured bj 13 errors
on the part of the losers here to
day. The Webfoots played rood
ball in spots, bat could not keep
their bands on the bail. The con
test closed the two-game series
which opened the 1928 Pacific
coast conference here, the first
came harlnr cone to Oregon 6 to
Score: R. H. E.
Washington 11 7 S
Oregon 7 8 IS
NeTlns. Daris and McKlnsey;
Fuller, Gannon and Gabriel.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON,
Eugene, May 4 (Special) As a
corollary of Dad's Day, held Jan
uary 28 on the University of Ore
gon campus, a Mother's Week-end
has been planned for May 11, 12,
13, by the students at Eugene.
Entertainment for the mothers of
Oregon students will coincide in
part with the annual Junior
Week-end, although special fea
tures are also being planned for
the campus guests for the week
end which terminates with the na
tional Mother's Day, Sunday, May
The directorate In charge of ar
rangements for the affair is com
posed of Luola. Benge, general
chairman, Ileppner; Agnes Palm
er, assistant, Portland; Dorothy
Baker, registration, Salem; Mar
garet Nugent, Tespere, Portland;
on the tea committee, Gladys
Calef, hostesses, Portland; Doris
Well, receiving, Portland; Helen
Peters, serving, Portland; Evelyn
Dew, program, Medford.
Official entertainment for the
mothers will begin Friday night
with the canoe fete held on the
mil race near the campus. Satur
day noon they will be guests at
the campus luncheon on the lawns
of the campus, with a tea plann
ed as a special feature for their
entertainment that afternoon. It
will be held in the Woman's build
ing on the campus. I
The Junior Prom Saturday
night will be the resort of those
interested in watching the dance
or taking an active part in It
Sunday morning time will be left
to individual entertainment by the
sons and daughters, and for Sun
day afternoon at 4 o'clock a spec
ial vesper service in the school of
music audtorium has been arrang
Letters of official invitation
have been mailed from the uni
versity by the student committee
and return cards inclosed will be
used in estimating the number of
mothers who wiU be guests.
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In ordar to earn tha aavra taaa ana
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No Ad taken for leas than 35s.
Ads ran bun day OMLY charged at
oae time rate.
Advertnoments (except Peraenaia
tad 8i I nations Wanted) will be takaa
Ter the telephone if the advertiser
ia a aeoacriber to phone.
The Sratoanua will receive adver
tiaeaenta at aay tiaaa f the day or
night. To insnra proper claif icatiea
Ada tbouid be ia osiers 1 p. m.
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NEW INCORPORATIONS I
Tbe Witham . Music company
with headquarters in Medford and
capital stock of $25,000, Friday
filed articles in the state corpora
tion department. The incorpora
tors are H. C. Witham, R. L. Long
and Walter Lofftus.
Other articles follow:
Oasis Cafe, Portland, $25,000;
C. A. Marsch. M. II. Flesher and
William S. Nash.
Master Auto Serrice, Inc., Port
land, $5000; E. J. Nelson. Edward
Hardt and Ernest Undquist.
Dissolutions were filed or Lynn
and Bates. Bungalow Finance com
pany and the Portland Water Pow
er and Electric Transmission com
pany, all of Portland.
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Salem markets I
So. 1, wheat, white ...
Red wheat, aacked
Oats, par ba. milling
PORJC. aTCTTOJI AJTD BIET-
Draaaed veal .
Light heas .
EGOS. BTTTTEX. BTTTRXTAT
BUndsrds . .10
Buttorfst i - .41
New cabbage .
... , .09
.91.95. 99.00, 9LSO
af or predooB tfi9Ti monctr 1
teasV ft camaot tw ;
bOQht 4B TOOT VOtttfcl
rreaw and cherish it,
Hard aad xatJfiiirix work
xor which 70a were acvvBi '
fitted will destroy ft, : '
Abo all arold tha thinar
drudgery of waardnc and
let aa expert lanndry taka f
ra of yosr thJnjra,
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4S5 TERRY STREET.
New First National
De I.oxe HhiBiDg Parter
KPrta far Ladies mmi eaatlemei
Coffey g Photo BerTico
Tel. 70s. Over Ua Spa
afocria Optioal Co. S01 0a St.
Ir. Hjnry E. Morris, OptomeUUi
0. T. Gillette Suite 310 11 l
lawyer ToUphoae 1056
Dr. David B. Hill. Orthodontia
(Straightening of irregatar teeth)
Dm. O'Xeill A njirimtt. Oniui.in..
Pksaa 625 -..4ul-40S-4OS-4O4-4V
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Suite 80S .Tel. 2I7S 11T9 R. TT
Rebla D. Day and DonaU W. Milei
Attornexa at Law A.
Telephone lfS 410 811 61 T
Dr. O. Ward Davis, Osneral Dentin.,
TaL Sit. Evening- by appointment
Dr. W. A. Johnton, Dentist
Telephoaa lx5 I
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cbdi muat be ke-t xeo trom aaythio
of a aueatiaaabla aatiM. atiarsproera
tationa will sot ba tolerated. Inform
tioa gawwiag aay questionable iimi
oa the ra.- of the advert war shoald be
reported ta thla
Salem Ad o!u.
CHEMKEETA LODGE NO. 1, I. O. O. F.
Aieeta every Wodaeaday eveaaig at
7:0 o'clock; third (.; of I. O. O. If.
Tempie. corner of Ooort aad High Su.
F. No Woodry
19 Tra. Salam's loadlag Aaetioaee
a.d Fursxtare Dealer.
Baa. ft bta.s 1410 K. Sammar hv.
Pheno 41 1
li. F. Woodry & Son
Right dowa town. Cash aald far asei
faraitar. Store 971 A Comm'L
Tel. li. Ageata for I wags Raagea. 4
COt. A. L. 8TEVEKSOX AOCTIOMfcK
.. 39 rears ezpermaee la tha WilMmotio
valley, for daUs or arraagemaaie oe
F. A. Doarfler. farm adviser. First Na
tions,! Bwk, Salem. Jhoao or wiita,
A. L. Htoveaaon. CorralMa. Ore.
FLEETER ELECT RIO CO. HOUS
wiring by hour or contract. Euiaaat
furnished. Tel. 04O 471 rnrt Ml.
JOE VILLI A at S
R. D. BARTOX XXIDX BATTERIES
Starwr aad geacrater work; Sav4
Maruna & Harnsbergerv
T S L AND GREAT WESTERN
215 Center Street. Tel. liMi
la Connection with Capitol Super
U. S. L. Service Station
High St. at Trade. Tel. 1441
BICYCLES Repairing 4
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na oselastvo aad pormeaeat baaiaoaa.
Big retarae to eanablo ma a with sales
and boaimfia ability. Box 814
MEX WHO LIKE TO TRAVEL ASH
want work romantic Soath America
writo. Faro and expeaaee paid. Soath
American Service Baraao. 14.400 Al
ma. Detroit. Kick.
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million 96 pin bonus. Uslon Taller
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Wsaraa to Fatal HaadksrchUfs at
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WOMAW WAXTXD FOB TRAVELING
POSITION opoa Mar ltb, not msr
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sehool odneation. between SS and 4
Salary, bonus end .transportation. Gi"--full
informstion. F. E. COMPTOX
COM 1009 N. Dearborn, Chicago.
WOKEK TEACHERS WASTED
to travel daring rammer vacs t loo. I
torastiag vork alaag school linos, c
genial teacher aompaaioas. opportun
to oara at least 940.00 weekly. C.
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