The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, May 16, 1928, Page 5, Image 5

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Prepare now for the many precious pictures you're going to get. Let this
store be your headquarters.
Brownies $2 up Kodaks $2 up
Dependable Kodak Film. Quality Developing and Printing
Owl Agency
llas&fe Dine .
- The Women's gymnasium class
will have a dinner in the dining
room of the YMCA beginning at
-15 o'clock tonight. A large at
tendance U expected.
Forfeit Bail
Cordon James who was arrested
last Saturday night by Officer
James charged with being intoxl-
' cated, and who woe released upon
posting a 10 bail, failed to ap
pear in police court yesterday.
Varsity Melody men., Melloi
Moon tonite.
New Walk Started
Work was started yesterday
morning on the construction of a
new sidewalk to be laid on the
west side of Cottage street bor
dering the Elks club grounds. The
old walk, which was in bad shape,
has been torn away.
Receives Injury
Mrs. Eliza E. Field. Salem, had
the misfortune of stumbling yes
terday morning and receiving a
broken hip. She was immediately
rushed to the Salem General hos
pital where the bone vu set. Mrs.
Field is the mother of Mrs. fidlth
Bagley, well known in this city.
Vote For Lee McAllister
For the legislature.
Cliff Parker In Hospital
Cliff Parker, who is associated
with Ken Brown's sporting goods
6tore, is now in the veterans' hos
pital in Portland where he will
undergo a minor operation this
week. He will be able to resume
his work in the store within two
weeks. Parker is secretary of the
SaU&JRod and Gun club. -
and Hear' Al Jolson
"in "The Jazz Singer" at Bligh's
To Appear In Concert
A musical concert consisting of
five selections will be given in
the Hollywood theater tonight by
the glee club of the American Le
gion auxiliary of Capital Post No.
The rlub Is directed oy airs.
J. N. England. me singers gave
a concert in West Salem last week
which was well received.
Lots to. 17th and N. 13th
Large SO x 166 for $275 to
$375. Don't pay more for smaller
lots. Abstracts. Terms. Choose
now. Becke & Hendricks, 189
North High street.
From Palmer Company
Miss Dora Heglar, northwest
representative for the A. N. Palm
er writing company with head
quarters in Portland, is spending
two days visiting the Salem schools
in company with Mrs. Clara Pom
eroy. bead of penmanship and
KnolHnz. Tuesday afternoon En-
glewood was visited, and this
. morning Park is on tne sneauie,
with McKinlev and another school
to see the demonstrations this
afternoon. Miss Heglar will spend
Thursday and Friday at Inde
pendence and Dallas.
Mellow Moon
. Eve.
May 16
Specialties By
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Music By
Begins on
A week set apart just so that no one may overtook thi3
most wonderful season of the year for taking pictures.
Only thj Best
Timber Crushes Foot-
Robert Sphoon of Liberty suf
fered a badly crushed foot while
working in the paper mill In Sa
lem. A heavy timber fell upon
the foot.
Visit Here
Mies Nell Snook of Oregon City
is visiting at the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. Grace Snook Wolgamott,
?his week. In a fall some time
ago Miss Snook broke her arm and
will receive special treatment at
the home of her sister while here.
A La Carte Service
In dining room Marion hotel.
Miss McGftvra Sings
Mtes Frances McGllvra. recently
appointed song queen at Willam
ette university for next year, sang
several solos at the Kiwanls clubKilJinger Estate $1649
luncheon Tuesday noon, accom
panied by Miss Helen McPherson.
Meet Last Night
The monthly social and busi
ness meeting of the V. K. K. class
of the First Methodist church was
held at the home of Par Acton.
who resides on Hansen avemie. A
larre number attended. The class
is headed by Dean J. D. McCor
mick of Kimball School of
Furaitnrp Vpholsterer
And repairing. Glese-Powers
Furniture Co.
Mrs. Cause Returns
Mrs. J. M. Canse spent Sunday
and Monday in Portland where she
visited with relatives, returning to,.
Salem yesterday morning in time
to go on the annual Kimball schoo?
picnic. She is the wife of Dr. J.
M. Canse, president of the school
who is in the east at the present
Harbangh Win Suit
A verdict of $110.36 was re
turned for the plaintiff in'the case
of C. U. Harbaugh vs. Minnie D.
Stewart, tried in justice court be
fore Justice of the Peace Brazier
Small. The action was based on an
auto accident that took place Feb
ruary 2.
Meet Tomorrow
A meeting of the Thursday club
will be held tomorrow noon at the
dining room of the YMCA at
which time the members will con
tinue their discussion on the
YMCA as a world wide organisa
tion. The meeting will be in
charge of C. A. Kells. secretary of
the T. All members are urged to
A Real Showing S25.00 Suits
G. W. Johnson & Co.
Incinerator Nears Completloi
Work on Salem's new Inciner
ator is rapidly nearlng completion
and the day is near when the first
smoke will pour out from the tall
stack. A special man arrived in
this city Monday who will haTe
charge of the erection of the huge
smokestack which will be up soon.
A. K. Lane, who is at the head of
the construction work announced
yesterday that the new incinerator
would be completed and ready for
use by July 1.
Creek Home 5000
Doable garage, furnace, fire
place. Extra large lot 70 feet
width. Creek suitable swimming,
boats, etc. Six rooms, 2 baths.
Drapes and carpets included. . See
at 1577 Chemeketa and see the
back yard and inside. Reasonable
terms if desired. Becke ft Hen
dricks. 189 North High street.
Banks Dividends Ordered
Upon petition of A. A. Schramm
state superintendent of banks, an
order was signed yesterday by Ciri
cult Judge L. H. McMahan allow
ing the third and final dividend In
the case of the defunct Jefferson
state bank. The dividend amounts
to 15 per cent la the savings de
partment and 10 per cent In the
commercial department. This
brings the savings department up
to 100 per cent and the commer
cial department up to 15 per cent.
The previous two dividends were:
commercial. SO and '25 per cent;
javlngs. 50 and 35 per cent.
405 State
Two Operations
Mrs. A. H. Wells of McCoy and
Mrs. J. T. Minnich of Dallas re
ceived minor operations at the Sa
lem General hospital yesterday
Geraniums, Petunias, Asters
Marigolds and all bedding stock,
Olson florist, Court & High.
Janitor III
John, Seymour, Janitor at the
senior high school, is ill with in
fluenza and has been unable to
attend to duties since the first of
the week. A Mr. Nelson is sub
stituting for him.
Lee McAllister
An over seas veteran, for the
Inventory and appraisement was
filed in probate yesterday in the
matter of the estate of the late
William G. Killinger. The estate
is estimated at ll.S49.40 by A. L.
Lindbeck, Albert H. Gille and Ste
phen A. Stone, appraisers.
Hurry Folks-
Don't say you missed "The Jazz
Singer" n ith Al Jolson and too the
Vitaphone, it's marvelous.
Divorce Decreed
Decree of divorce was handed
down yesterday in circuit court in
the case of Alta E. Richardson
against David A. Richardson. The
plaintiff is awarded custody of
three-' minor children.- Desertion
was the ground for the suit.
Want Modern Hoi
To exchange on farm. Must be
clear and well located. See Laflar,
Ladd &Bush Bank BIdg.
Elect Officers
At the annual election of offi
cers which was held in the church
last week end. Leah Fanning was
elected president of the Epworth
league at Jason Lee Methodist
church, for the coming year. Oth
er officers are Lloyd Harder, first
vice president; Lois Benjamin,
second vice president; Beulah
Graham, third vice president;
Margaret Pro. fourth vice presi
dent; Luella Kaigland, recording
secretary; Dorothy Baumgartner,
corresponding' secretary; Marc la
Fuestman, treasurer; Dorothy
Whipple, pianist; and Bonnie
Weinheimer, song leader.
?2SO Down, $40 a Mortli
Trim modern home, four rooms
md bath finished, two additional
rooms if desired. Furnace, fire
place, garage, large corner lot
with 115 feet frontage on Fair
grounds road. See 955 Norway,
immediate possession. Total price
pavings paid. $3650. Becke A
Hendricks. 189 North High street.
To Remodel School-
Plans for remodeling the one
room school at Fairview, district
No. 37, were approved Monday eve
ning by County Superintendent
Fulkerson. They call for a 16
foot extension to the building, pro
viding for a six-foot enlargement
to the classroom and a ten-foot
room, for stage and library, and a
basement, which is to be fitted np
with a kitchen and used as a civic
center, under the whole addition.
A tax levy to care for the tm
provement was voted last year, bat
due to lack of time to complete
the work before school began, the
addition was held over until this
Mark Is Hot Mart
Whoever makes the charge that
Mark A. Paulson was elected to
the legislature because of the
similarity of the name of a
Salem official insults the in
telligence ot the voter. Repre
sentative Paulson was christen
ed Mark "Anthony Paulson
which cannot be said of the
Salem offlciaL Mark A. Paul
son Is a tax payer and" home
owner ot Marion county, and 1
aa ex-service man.
CLIFFORD G. RUE. Secretary.
Paulson for , Representative
Committee. Paid Adv. . .
row a. mi
mm " - m
A 192C Whippet Coach, over
hauled, including re bore and
new pistons, equipped with
aaubbers, S. & M. fog light.
90 new tires and in fine con
dition in every way is a real
buy at S435.00.
The Hcuae That Service Built"
Salem Couple Weds
Don E. Pritchett, 25, yesterday
took out a license to marry Doro
thy Kezar 21. Both are residents
of Salem.
Lee McAllister
Knows state business, put him
in the legislature.
Diaz Pleads Guilty
Frank Diaz yesterday entered a
plea of guilty to a charge of as
sault and battery as filed by H.
P. Novilla, a fellow Filipino. The
case was ordered continued until
Saturday by Justice of the Peace
Brazier Small and Diaz was re
leased upon his own recognizance.
For All Kinds of Gifts
For all kinds of occasions visit
PomerOT.t Keena'a rift rnnm
Attend BreaXast
Ben Rickli, secretary of the lo
cal YMCA, Dean Boy L. Hewitt,
or the Willamette university
school of law; Fred Duncan, Otto
Hillman and Ed Sox journeyed to
Portland yesterday morning where
they attended a breakfast of the
Wiseman's club. The principal
speaker of the breakfast was Dr.
E. O. Sisson of Reed college.
The Best 25.00 Suits
G. W. Johnson & Co.
Permits Issued
Three building permits were is
sued at the city recorder's office
yesterday. E. H. Evans was Is
sued a permit to erect a one story
garage to be located at 1280 How
ard street at an estimated cost of
$200. Mark D. Ellis was issued a
permit to make repairs on his one
story garage which is located at
445 Marion street, costing $75.
Another permit was issued to John
Wuest for the erection of a one
story dwelling to be located at
1260 Rural evenue at an estimat
ed cost of $500.
Want to Borrow
$500 to $1500 Best security.
Laflar, Ladd & Bush Bank BIdg.
Patton Returns From South
Hal Patton, city councilman,
who has been in San Francisco
luring the past week where he
conferred with W. M. Dean, prom
nent hotel man, regarding the pro
posed construction of a large mod
srn hotel in this city, returned tc
ais home yesterday afternoon and
declared that he saw no immedi
ite reasons why such a hotel
could not be built and operated in
Salem. The new hotel will contaiu
some 150 rooms and be modernly
aquipped in every respect. Next
week Mr. Patton will endeavor to
jecure sufficient financial support
-O carry on the construction work.
It will be located at the corner of
Court and Summer streets. Mr.
Patton has already discussed tht
plan with several leading hotel
men on the coast including the II.
L. Stevens company, hotel engi
neers.. Small Apartment House p6000
Terms. Winter and Mill street?
it 816 Mill. House arranged foi
four apartments. Excellent condi
tion. Corner 100 x 97v. Business
zone. $1000 to handle. Becke &
Hendricks, 1S9 North High street.
Picnic at Grove
- The annual picnic of Kimball
3chool of Theology was held yes
lerday at Hager's Grove, about
three miles east of the city. More
than 50 students and 'faculty
members attended, leaving the
sampus at 9:30 o'clock and return
ing about 8 last night. Luncheon
ind dinner were had at the pic
ale grounds. The men attending
played playground baseball, and
volleyball, and horseshoes, others
donned their bathing suits and hit
for the creek. The entire affair
was in charge of the student body
This is an annual affair and is
long looked forward to by mem
bers of the student body. Some of
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the men hromrht thai rn,ni.
with them. President J. M. Canse,
who is now in Kansas City attend
ing the general conference was
vu uussea at the picnic.
Dr. MeCormick in Ysnronrcr
Dr. John D. MeCormick, dean of
the Kimball School of Theology
was in Vancouver Sunday and
Monday. Sunday he preached in
ine Vancouver Methodist church
not n morning and evening.
The Newest Straw Hats
G. W. Johnson ft Co.
Marriage License Given
A license to marry was Issued
yesterday from the nffirw of th
Marion county clerk's office ko
i nomas Kosac. 32. of Toledo and
Sadie Berry. 37. of Falls Citv The
marriage is her second and his
Old Time Dance Crystal Garden
Shirt sleeves and gingham dress
es, Wednesday night at 8:30. '
Goat, Sheep Men to Meet .
A meeting of sheen and mat
raisers wnicb will be of unusual
importance, is called for this eve
ning at the Salem chamber of
commerce auditorium. It is
planned to organize an exchange
of blooded sires, a service which
is provided in many other livestock
areas but which is entirely lack
ing here. After the nlan is nnt in
operation, it will be nossible for
oreeaers to exchange stock every
year at slight expense, and thur
prevent the tendency to in
breeding. See Our 23.00 Suit Window
G. W. Johnson & Co.
Plan Camp
The junior division of the local
YMCA organization is making
plans for the annual camp, which
will be held this year the last
week of July and the first week of
August. Thfe will be the eighth
consecutive year that the junior
division has sponsored a two
weeks trip. This year the camp
will be at the beach, near Netarts.
Several ol the members have al
ready indicated that they will at
tend. Much time will be devoted
to life saving instruction and
swimming during the two week
-Hoover in two states
(Con tinned from page 1)
the democratic national conven
tion will be cast for Governor Al
fred E. Smith of New York so long
as he stands a chance of gaining
party's presidential nomination.
Instructions to this effect were
given by the state democratic con
vention here today.
If Governor Smith should be un
ible to gain the nomination, the
delegation is instructed to seek
from United States Senator Thonv
is J. Walsh reconsideration of his
withdrawal as a candidate for the
honor and if that is given to sup
jort the Montanan.
The republican convention did
not instruct its 11 delegates.
Senator Walsh was named as
one of the 16 members of the
state's delegation to the national
iemocratic convention. Each of
.he members will have half a vote.
Hoover Victory Disclosed
In many quarters the fact that
.he republican delegation was un
nstructed was looked upon as an
ndication of the strength of sup
porters of Herbert Hoover com
merce secretary.
At the county caucuses, one
.hird of the approximately 175
ielegates to the state convention
ere instructed for Frank O. Low
Jeu, former Illinois governor, or
were known to come from districts
here the sentiment for the Illi
jois man was predominant.
Hoover supporters had content
ad themselves with making a fight
'or an uninstructed delegation,
and they looked upon the selection
jf such a delegation as a victory.
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Tubes Tested
Rewound and Repaired, New
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Things ffflrctsical
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able to our progress.
The Italia left its. base at
Kings Bay, Spitsbergen at 1:30
this afternoon with the intention
of visiting the hitherto unexplored
Lenin Land. The Italia had been
forced to return on a previous
KINGS BAY, Spltzbergen, May
15. AP). General Umber to
No bile made a fresh start today
oa his exploration of the arctic
regions. The dirigible Italia went
into air at 1:20 p. m. The weath
er was fine and all conditions ap
parently favorable.
- The crews of the Italia and the
supply ship Citta dl Milano work
ed throughout the night making
preparations while their com
mander paced nervously np and
down the hangar directing opera
tions. There was some difficulty in
getting the motors to work satis
factorily, but finally all was in
radiness and a start was made
amid cheers of the hard worked
crews. Out over Kings bay the
airship was visible for a full hour,
so clear was the atmosphere, but
once over the ice she changed her
course to the northwest, follow
ing the Spitsbergen coast.
The Italia will try to fly to
Nicholas II Land, now known a
Lenin Land, instead of Greenland
as at first proposed. She will
follow the ice trail to the north,
then pass over Franz Josef Land
to her destination if possible.
Three hours after the start the
airship was over the north coast
of Spltzbergen. She is expected
to return Thursday night.
At 7o'ciock the Italia report
ed by radio that it had reached
the vicinity of Franz Josef Land
about half way to its objective
of Lenin Land. It had passed the
fog banks which had obscured
part of the early journey and
there was then good visibility for
a distance of 30 kilometers in
all directions.
If the good weather holds when
Lenin Land is reached it is pro
posed to land Professor Petromol'
and two naval officers to make
photographic and topographic ex
amination of that little known
land "which is still represented by
an incomplete outline on maps.
Funeral services for Ruth A.
Pittelkau, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Pittelkau of Portland.
will be held from the Terwilliger
funeral home Wednesday at 2:30
p. m., Rev. F. D. Johnson officiat
ing. Concluding services will be
held in the I. O. O. F. cemetery.
At Ryderwood, Wash., May 14,
Ernest Crabtree, aged 45 years.
Survived by wife, Mrs. Bessie
Crabtree and one small son.
Brother of Roy Crabtree of Scio.
John Crabtree of Crabtree, Linn
county, Byron Crabtree of Fort
Gamble, Wash.. Mrs. Clara Bates
of Portland and Mrs. Effie Brew
ster of Lebanon; member of the
Maccabees Philomath lodge. An
nouncement of funeral later by
Rigdon & Son.
At Independence, Sunday night.
James A. Pickens, age 78 years.
husband of Mrs. Elizabeth Pick
ens, father of John W. and J. L.
Perfect Funeral Service
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Licensed Lady Mortician
770 Cheir.eketa Street
Telephone 71S4
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Pickens of Independence, C. J.
Pickens of Los Angeles, L. E.
Pickens of Portland and Mrs. Bes
sie Simmons of Eugene, brother
of Tom and William Pickens of
Missouri and Mrs. Ida Ruber of
Seattle. Funeral services on Wed
nesday, May 16 at 2 p. m., from
the Rigdon mortuary. Interment
in Claggett cemetery.
At the residence. 1912 North
Fifth street, Mafy 15, Sol W.
Drake died at the age of 62 years.
Fie leaves a son, Cloyce Drake, a
brother Ben S. Drake and a cousin
U. G. Boyer, all of Salem. An
nouncement of funeral will be
made later by Rigdon and Son.
At the home on the Liberty
road, early Tuesday, May IS, Mrs.
My Slogan: "Economy and Justice to All"
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H&nsiffia KIniioc
Will buy or lease, will pay up to $75 a month
Responsible party
LADD &BUSH, Bankers
Established 1868
General Banking Business
Office Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
amd Storage
lAtat a&d Short Distance Hauling
Public nnd Priyale Storage
Fireproof Building . -
Free Delivery to any part of the dty.
Farmers Warehouse
Day Telephone 28 Niht, Telephone 1267-W
Alma D. Gibson, age 77 years, wi
dow of the late James R. Gibson,
mother of Ralph and Carl Gibson
and Mrs. Carrie Trudgen, all of
Salem, sister of Lowell Carlton of
Idaho, Frank Carlton of Medford,
Minn., George Carlton of Calif.,
and Mrs. Chloe Case of Los Ange
les; also survived by six grand
children and two great grandchil
dren. Funeral services, Thurs
day, May 17 at 1:30 p. m., from
Rigdon mortuary, Rev. Norman K.
Tully officiating. Interment in
I. O. O. F. cemetery.
Telephone ISO 111 Sta 81
May 18, 1928