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BY BAKER'S SLANTS
Helen Wills Wins French
Hard Court Championship
O : O
W L Pet.J W L Pet.
San T. 3S 2S .594; Oakland SO 34 .469
Sac to . 37 27 .578Missions 29 34 .460
lOan t.. x 34 30 .531iKttL 25 38 SS7
Willamette Valley league
W. L. Pet
Cottage Grove 1
ACTEUIL. France. June 4. ;was unable to score more
(AP) America's Helen Wills to- three games while Miss Wills was;
day became the undisputed wom-jmaking the requisite 12 for a watiokaX,
en's tennis queen of the entire straight set Tictory. w l Pet.) w L Pet.
world by adding the French inter-j Early in the second set whenjCi.B. 32 i JojBjj.k;. .523
national hard court crown to her -Miss Bennett was forcing the play,jg 27 19 .587 Boston i7 25 .405
collection which already includes Miss Wills opened up with a burst Okie. 27 21 .563,thiiad. 7 is .176
the English and American titles, (of hard-hit ground strokes for) AMEMCAH
tj,) rvwh. nt tvinc nnli- rilacements which brought her! w 1. f . W L Pet.
wvuv - - -m ...
rw. nrnn consort bv winninr Doint after point. Miss Bennett "
the men's singles and becoming last real rally came In the seventh ciovei'd 24 22 .'522
champion of his own country as game in which she managea to .
well as England. (break tnrougn miss wu e"iw.
Both Miss Wells and Cochet met b4 the effort told and in the next
worthy adversaries, but won in j and final set she was able to score
decisive fashion befitting a cham- but a single point.
nlnn IfU, Wills WPDt to T CtOIT, "inkj WS a verv cujvjaure
That unhealthy situation from
the box office standpoint, of hav
ing one team in the league so good
that the others haven't a chance,
no longer exists in the Willamette
,, j .. , . . 1 niuu. Ansa ins swtjii iu "-""j - -
alley qlrcult. it was demonstrat-, . of KDJmatcUt" was all Helen would say,
ed Sunday when the Eugene team nd fi wMJe Cochet pUy I Miss Bennett took her defeat
plastered a thick coat cf defeat on I .. nwn htJnhilosoDhically.
Jllf, iur;ucu iuu.o, " " , - -
"It is no aisgrace 10 oe oeaieu
wonderful player as
was her comment.
Cochet's victory was won in
characteristic fashion after he had
dropped the first set to his machine-like
opponent, speeding up
his game from set to set, and vary
ing his sharply, angled cross-
courts with perfect trap snots
which Just cleared the net, he had
the steady La Coste on the run
throughout the last half of the
Boston -16 23 .410
Detroit -19 28 .404
Oiearo 1T 29 .370
22 23 .49Waah. 14 27 .341
the Salem Senators who had pre-j redoubtable countryman. Rene La "It is no
viously had everything their on d, ,on d b, 8uch a
way in league contests. Eugene Bt holder of the United Helen." wa
Bill Baker. Eugene's new pitch- f
a a a . it . . . I !"-, V'
er, uvea luiiy up id eipeciaiiuan,
holding the Salem ites to two hits
Keber got one of these, a two
bagger in the fifth inning and
Heenan smacked out the other
one for three bases to score Sul
livan In the ninth.
Johnny Beck, Salem pitcher,
was driven from the box in the
sixth. Russell took his place. The
Eugene team scored one in the
third when Manerud's triple drove
in Wirth. Three Eugene hits and
four Salem errors let in four Eu
gene runs in the fourth. Three
more hits added the final two
scores in the sixth.
Eugene had allowed but ten
hits in 33 innings in her three
home games. Fred Burton al
lowed Albany five hits in 15 inn
ings. Gene Delp let Cottage Grove
uown witn tnree blows in nine
frames and Baker allowed Salem
but two in nine canton.
The Senators will be strength
,ened for the next game, at Wend
of two new outfielders, Barnes
of tw onew outfielders, Barnes
and Olinger, the latter a former
Salem high star.
title, by scores of 5-7, 6-3,
The plucky Miss Bennett, whose
play earlier in the tournament
stamped her as probably the best
woman player in Europe, was no
match for the hard-hitting Ameri
can girl and gave her no more
serious opposition than Miss Wills'
four antagonists of previous
rounds. Like them. Miss Bennett match.
COAST SCO MS STJWDAT
San Francisco 9-4; Portland 7-0.
Oakland 8-6; Mission 4 2.
Seattle 7-6; Los Angeles 2 3.
Sacramento 8-2; Hollywood! 1-3.
VATIOSAL SCO EES TESTBKDAT
At Boiton : Boston 5 ; Cincinnati 3.
AU other National games postponed
KATIOHAX SCORES STJVDAT
New York 10; Caieaf 5.
Pittsburgh 9; Brooklyn 7 (14 innings)
Only games seaedaled.
AMEBICAV SCOBES TBSTZXDAT
At Chicago: Philadelphia 6; Chicago 3.
All other American games postponed,
OPEN TO PUBLIC
ELECTRIC UTILITY PROBE IN
PORTLAND JUNE 14
Commitwuon Requests Aid of Peo
ple In Procedure For First
Time; Questions Given
Wirth to Gleaeon. Left on bases,
Salem 7. Eurene 7. Bases on
balls, off Baker 4, off Beck 2
Struck out, by Baker 6, by Russell
1. First base on errors, Salem 3,
Eugene 2. Wild pitches, Beck
AB R II PO A F
Keber, 2b ... 3 0 1 4 7 0
Hauk, cf 2 0 0 1 1 0
Ridings, ss . . . 4 0 0 3 4 0
Sullivan, lb . .3 1 0 5 0 1
Heenan, 3b . . 4 0 1 1 0 1
Gill, rf 4 0 0 2 0 0
Shackman, If . 4 0 0 0 0 0
Edwards, e ..3 0 0 8 0 2
Beck, p 2 0 0 0 0 1
Russell, p 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals ... .30 1 2 24 12 5
Manerud, rf . . 5 0 1 1 0 0
Sorsby, If 4 0 1 2 1 0
Gleason, lb . .4 1 2 9 1 1
Bliss, c 4 1 2 8 0 0
Van Duyne, cf .4 1 1 1 0 0
Graham, 2b . .4 1 0 1 3 0!
B.Reinhart, 3b.3 0 0 1 1 0
Wirth, ss 2 2 2 3 2 2
Baker, p.... .4 1 2 1 2 0
BOSTON. June 4. (AP).
Manager Rogers Hornsby took
things into hie own hands in the
ninth inning today and won a
baseball game from the Cincinnati
Red3 by a 5 to 3 score. He knock
ed out a homer with one on in the
last of the ninth.
Score: R- H. E.
Cincinnati 3 11 1
Boston 5 13 0
Rixey and Picnich; Greenwich
Totals 34 711 27 10 3
Summary: Two base hit. Keber.
Three base hit, Manerud. Heenan.
Sacrifice hits, Hauk, Sorsby. Hits,
off Baker 2. off Beck 10. off Rus
sell 1. Double plays. Ridings to
Keber to Sullivan: Graham to
102 IN ORDER
WIN G1ES EASILY
BEND, Ore., June 4. (Spe
cial). Home runs and double
plays featured a one-sided Will
amette Valley league baseball
game, which was won by the
Bend Eagles from Wendling on
the local grounds Sunday after
noon 14 to 1. Bigbee. Bend cen
terfielder, poled out a homer In
the first and Rose. Eagle hurler.
followed with a four-base hit in
the second. Wendling's lone
score was made in the fifth when
Bilderback, first baseman, got a
Score: R. H. E.
Bend Eagles 14 15 0
Wendling 1 7 5
Batteries: Rose and Eubanks;
Ambum, Coates and Helmcke.
One hundred two targets in suc
cession after missing the first one,
was the Sunday morning smashing
record of Tad Shelton. member of
ALBANY. Ore., June 4.
(Special). Albany smothered the
Cottage Grove Willamette Valley
league team here Sunday with the
assistance of air-tight ball on the
AXZUCAV BOOKS IHIDIT
Boston 4; Cleveland 3.
Kt Terk 7; Detroit 2.
Chicago 6; Philadelphia 5.
Washington at St. Levis, rain.
FROM ELKS 6 TO 2
The Oregon Pulp & Paper Co.
baseball team defeated the Elks
to 2 last night at Oxford Park in
a Commercial league game. The
Papermakers scored two runs in
the first inning and the Elks in
their half tied the score. But af
ter that the Elks were held score
less and the Papermakers got
three runs in the third inning and
one more in the fourth.
Five errors on the part of the
BPOE boys contributed to their
defeat, as they outhit the winners
three to two.
the Salem Rod and Gun club, injpart of the winners and four er
a contest held on the local
grounds. Of these, 25 were broken
from the 21 yard line. Sheldon
marred only 19 of the last 25
George Palmer missed three in
100. Three men. Cliff Evans, Clar
ence Bowne and a Mr. Wilson of
Hillsboro, made perfect scores in
Carl Bahlburg, Larry Imlah,
George Palmer. Jim Lewis and
Tad Shelton will be entered in
the state shoot at Klamath Falls
iext week .
rors bv the visitors. 13 to 0
Coleman allowed but six hits
and struck out 10 men. Hubbell
walked six and Coleman but two
Herker. Albany shortstop, hit
three times in four trips and Mc
RevnoldR. batting .500. got a
home run with one on.
Score: R. H. E.
Cottage Grove 0 6 4
Albany 13 12 1
Batteries: Hubbell and Morgan,
Coleman and Wilkinson.
Versteeg, 3 b
remain on this
of the twilight
league series. Tonight the P. E. P.
plays Hansen & Liljequist : tq-
! mnrrnir Runnr firvl T ?inn
Thursday, Poatoffice vs. Carpen
ters; Friday Elks vs. Eagles.
OF THE OPENING
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WHITE SOX LOSE
TO ATHLETICS 9
CHICAGO, June 4. (AP).
The Philadelphia Athletics batter
ed the White Sox for six. rounds
in the first three innings today to
win 6 to 3. Ty Cobb was respon
sible for half of the Athletics'
score, driving in one run with a
single in the first and two more
with a long triple in the 6econd.
Score: R. H. E.
Philadelphia 6 11 1
Chicago 3 11 2
Walberg and Cochrane; Faber,
Connally and Rouse.
Cub Hunts Beauties
HAVANAH An annual world
wide beauty contest is planned by
Havana, beginning next year, with
300 girl participants sought from
the United States alone.
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SAN FRANCISCO, June 4.
(AP) An old time racquet and
an old time player, the twto of
which combined to make up one
of the most dynamic figures ten
nis has known, ended in a glori
ous career today. William M.
"Little Bill" Johnston retired
from all active competition.
Thus passed out of the picture,
the little sportsman whose unerr
ing accuracy and whistling line
shots twice brought him the na
tional singles title; every worth
while tennis title in the world.
and htlped America regain the Da
vis cup in 1920 and hold it for
Nearly thirty-four, "Little Bill"
has slowed up somewhat while in
creasing demands of business haa
kept him off the courts for long
periods at a time during the past
twelvt months. For such reason
cup team this year, nor prepare,
for his annual eastern invasion
that first started in 113.
While friends felt a twinge c
regret that he was through,
Johnston himself dotsn't feel s
oaoiy about it. He feels that
whatever he has done for the
game it has done as much for
him. He could have made a sub
stantial sum by turning profes-'
sionai but declined to trade hit
amattur standing for money. It is
understood that he was offered,
around $25,000 to tour the coun
try with Suxanne Lengjen, the
All person interested in the
methods which should be followed
in probing the rates, . rules and
practices of the Portland Electric
Power company and the North
western Electric company are in
vited to attena ana present their
views at the hearing to be held in
Portland June 14. An order to
that effect was issued Monday by
the public service commission
It was said that the order is
sued Monday is a departure from
the usual practice of the public
service commission in conducting
utility investigations. It has
heretofore been the practice of
the public service commission to
institute these investigation on
Its own motion, but this is the
first time that the commission
has requested the public to out-.
line its procedure.
The rates to be investigated ap
ply to residential and eommer
eial lighting, heating and cooking
in the territory served by the two
electrical corporations. No men
tion was made in the order of
commercial power rates. The
previous investigation of the rates
of the Portland Electric Power
company was conducted in the
year 1918. The hearing conduct
ed more than 14 weeks cost the
state approximately $100,000.
Questions that will be submit
ted to the public at the hearing to
be held in Portland June 14 are
set out in the order for the inves
tigation. as follows:
"Shall the valuation of defend
ant's property found by this com
mission as of December 31, 1916
(based on 1914 prices) and set
forth in a previous order of the
commission, except that proper
allowances be made for deprecia
tion, retirements and additions.
eince said date, be used by all par
ties concerned as the rate base?
"Shall the valuation of Decem
ber 31. 1916, be treated merely as
evidence of the extent and value
of the property at that time? If
the second method be adopted, is
the present value of the property.
covered by the said valuation, to
be allowed by the application of
suitable ratios for increases or
decreases in market values and
costs of construction with proper
allowances for depreciation, re
tirements and additions to plant?
"Or shall it be the duty of this
commission to determine the cost
or reproduction of the entire
property at present day prices
and be guided thereby in finding
present day value?"
Continuing the order reads:
"Manifestly it is highly essen
tial that all parties in interest be
gin with a common basis and with
but one object in view,- that of
securing a thorough and complete
investigation of the matters in
volved to the end that the public
may receive fair, just, equitable
and non-discriminatory rates and
service, and the utility guarded in
its legal right to a fair return up
on that part of its property only
that it is devoted to or u6ed and
useful in serving the public.
"The commission is desirous of
securing the views of the public in
this matter at as arly a date as
A somewhat similar investiga
tion of the rates of the Portland
electrical utilities Is now being
conducted by the city of Portland.
A flat reduction of approximately
25 per cent in rates is the basis
on which the city of Portland is
conducting its probe.
short his stay. Guy W. Talbot,
president of the Northwestern
Electric could not be reached to
night for comment regarding the
Daughter of W. U. Officer
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With the upper Silver Creek
falls as a background. Miss Cora
Oliver, daughter of Dr. George O.
Oliver, vice president of Willam
ette university and Clarence
Oliver, a graduate of Willamette! ABiersoc
in the class of 1926, were married c 8-
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Dr.
J. D. McCormick, dean of Kimball
School of Theology, officiated.
Miss Ella PfeiffeT and Victor D.
Carlson were attendants.
The newly married couple left
for Newport on a two weeks hon
eymoon. They will later enroll in
the University of Oregon summer
school. Mrs. Oliver is a graduate
of Oregon State college and is
now studying for a master's de
gree. They will make their home
next at Tillamook, where Mr. Oli
ver is an instructor in the high
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healthy children, then rebuys it at
the same price when it is about a
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No moral system could be hos
tile to wine. Minister of Commerce
Bowanowski of France told wine
exporters. Where wine is the na
tional beverage, he said, there is
PORTLAND, June 4. (AP)
The public service commission an
nouncement today that an inves
tigation had been ordered into
rates of the Portland Electric
Power company and the North
western Electric company here
was not unexpected. Talk of an
investigation followed the rejec
tion here on April 9 last, of a pro
posed ordinance which would
have permitted the Portland Elec
tric Power company to purchase
the Northwestern, with reduced
rates pledged by the heads of both
companies. These reductions
could be effected only through
economies through operations, the
utility executives declared.
Franklin Griffith, president of
the Portland Electric Power com
pany is now in the east and is not
expected to return in time for the
proposed hearing unless he cuts
or office. The intervening wires
are not a part of his house or of
fice any more than the highways
along which they are stretched."
Congress may enact a law which
would protect the secrecy of tele
phone messages by making them
inadmissible in evidence in fed
eral criminal trials, he stated, but
until it does act the courts can
give no consideration to ethics,
but must admit evidence obtained
by wire tapping.
"A standard which would for
bid the reception of evidence if
obtained by other nice ethical
conduct by government officials
would make society suffer, " he
stated in conclusion, "and give
criminals greater immunity than
has been known heretofore.
Those who realize the difficulties
in bringing offenders to justice
may well deem it wise that the ex
clusion of evidence should be con
fined to cases where rights under
the constitution would be violated
by admitting it."
Speaking for Justice Holmee. as
well as himself. Justice Brandeis
asserted that decency, security
and liberty alike demand that
government officials shall be sub
jected to the same rules of con
duct that are commands to the
Crime is contagious, he declar
ed, and "if the government be
comes a law-breaker, it breeds
contempt for law; it invites every
man to become a law unto him
self; it invites anarchy. To de
clare that in the administration
of the criminal law, the end jus
tifies the means to declare .that
the government may commit
crimes in order to secure the con
viction of a private criminal
would bring terrible retribution.
Against that pernicious doctrine
this court should resolutely set its
Setting forth the minority
views in a lengthy opinion, Jus
tice Brandeis concluded that wire
tapping was illegal, and evidence
obtained by such means was not
admissible in the courts. The
government mr.kes no attempt, he
states, to defend such methods
and under a long line of decisions.
from which he quoted, the court
had committed itself against the
admission of such evidence.
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reconsider its refusal to review
Olmstead was sentenced to
serve four years in McNeil Island
prison and fined $8,000. The for
mer police officer's whereabouts
were not known to federal offi
cials here today and Olmstead was
not expected to surrender himself
until the papers arrive from
NOTICE OF IXTKNTION TO IM
PROVK UNIVERSITY STltEKT
BErWEEX LESLIE AND MIS
Notice Is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of
Salem, Oregon, deems it necessary
and expedient and hereby de
clares its purpose and intention
to Improve University Etreet from
the north line of Mission street.
in the City of Salem. Oregon, at
the expense of the abutting and
adjacent property, except the
street and alley intersections, the
expense of which will be assumed
by the City of Salem, Oregon, by
bringing said portion of said
street to the established grade,
constructing Portland cement con
crete curbs, and paving said por
tion of said street with a six-inch
Portland cement concrete pave
ment, thirty feet in width, in ac
cordance with the plans and spe
cifications therfor which were
adopted by the Common Council,
on May 21, 1928, now on file in
the office of the Citv Recorder.
and which are hereby referred to
and made a part hereof.
The Common Council hereby de-i
clares its purpose and intention
to make the above described im
provement by and through the
Street Improvement Department
of the City of Salem, Oregon.
By order of the Common Coun
cil the 21st day of May, 1 928.
M. Poulsen, City Recorder.
Date of first publication May
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SEATTLE, Jnne 4. (AP).
Roy Olmstead. former Seattle po
liec lieutenant, whose conviction
on liquor conspiracy charges was
upheld by the United States su
preme court today has been at lib
erty on bond since early this year.
Olmstead and a number of his
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IM
PROVE BREYMAN STREET
BETWEEN TWENTY - FIRST
STREET AND TWENTY -
Notice is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of
Salem, Oregon, deems It necessary
and expedient and hereby declares
Its purpose and intention to im
prove BREYMAN STREET from
the east line of Twenty-first
street to the west line of Twenty
third street, in the City of Salem.
Oregon, at the epense of the abut-
ting and adjacent property, ex
cept tbe street and alley inter
sections, the expense of which will
xbe assumed by the City of Salem.
Oregon, by bringing said portion
of said street to the established
grade, constructing Portland ce
ment concrete curbs, and paving
said portion of said street with a
six-inch Portland cement con
crete pavement, thirty feet in
width, in accordance with the
plans and specifications therefor
which were adopted by the com
mon Council, on May 21, 1921.
now on file in tho office of the
City Recorder, and which are
hereby referred to and made a
part hereof. -
The Common Covacll hereby de
clares Its purpose and intention to
make . tbe above described Im
provement by - and through the
Streot Improvement Department
of the City of Salem. Oregon.
By order of the Common Coun
cil May SI. 11M.
M. Poulsun. . City Recorder.
Date of first publication May 27,
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Department No. 2.
Henry O. Miller and Mamie E
William H. Wilson and Louie
LWilson, his wife, Ella Stubbs also
known as Alice Stubbs, and J. C.
Stubb3, her husband, R. A. Wil
son and Ethel Wilson, his wife. F.
J. Wilson, also known as J. F. Wil
son and Beatrice Wilson, his wife,
Clarence E. Wilson and Ella Wil
son, his wife, Libby P. Wilson and
Clyde Wilson and Carry Wilson,
his wife. Mable Morford and W. J.
Morford, her husband, the heirs at
law of James H. Wilson, deceased.
and all other persons or parties
unknown, claiming any right, title.
estate, lien or interest in the real
property described in the com
plaint herein. Defendants.
To: William H. Wilson, Louie
Wilson, Ella Stubbs. also known
as Alice Stubbs, J. C. Stubbs, R.
A. Wilson. Ethel Wilson. F. J.
Wilson, also known as J. F. Wil
son, Beatrice Wilson and Ella
Wilson, the heirs at law of
James II. Wilson, deceased, also,
all other persons or parties un
known claiming any right, title,
estate, lien or interest in the
real property described In the
complaint herein. Defendants.
In the Name of the State of Ore
gon, You and each of you are here
by required to appear and answer
the complaint filed against you in
the above entitled court and cause
on or before 4 weeks from the
date of the first publication of
this summons and if you fail so to
answer, for want thereof, the
plaintiffs will apply to tbe Court
for the relief prayed for in their
complaint, namely: That you and
each of you be required to set
forth the nature and extent .of
your interest or estate ia or claim
upon the following described
The North half ( H ) of Lot
Five S) in Block Two (2) of
Capitol Street Addition to the
City of Salem. Marion County,
and State of Oregon.
That the adverse claims of each
ana every or tbe above named
defendants be determined bv the.
above named Court and that t a.
ngm ot Mseesaion and the title to
aald real property he forever quiet
ed by a decree of this Court; and
that by said decree it bet
adjudgad and decreed that plaln-
are uid sots, legal and eqnit
i WBrs of Us above described
reel property end - every part
taereot; and , that nons of the de-
tauaanis a oove named or referred
nr estate, right, title or la-
joined and debarred from sprt
nig any clalmv interest, or-rit
in or to said real property, or any
part thereof, adverse to plaintiff
and that plaintiffs have such otht-r
relief as may be equitable.
This summons is served upon
you by publication in the Oregon
Statesman by order of Hon. L. H.
McMahan, Judge of the above
named Court, the date of such
order being May 19th. 1928. The
date of the first publication of this
ntvimAria i as Vf a n -a 1 A O O .-4W
SUM11UVUO 1-3 iOBf aVeeUU, i 7 a O. UUU
the date of the last publication
thereof will be June 19th. 1928.
C. F. GILLETTE.
lit nmnv In. Plaintiff. tS
Place of residence and Postofflce
address: Salem, Oregon.
vmwwmt, wnaierer, la law - or In
SMBltrir tat A- mm I u 1 .
NOTICE OF FINAL
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed in tbe Coun
ty Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Marion, her dulj
verified final account, as execu
trix of the last will and testament
and estate of Charles F. Straw,
deceased, and that said Court bus
fixed Tuesday, the 23rd day of
July, 192S. at the hour of ten
o'clock A. M. of said day, as Uh
time, and the County Court Room
in the County Court House at
Salem, in Marion County, Ore?n,
as the place for hearing said final
account and all objections thereto.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, tt.ip
29th day of May, 1928.
MABEL K. STRAW.
Executrix of the last will and tes
tament and estate of Charles JT
Straw, deceased. '
RONALD C. GLOVER.
Attorney for Executrix,
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned has been fully ap
pointed by the County Court of the
State of Oregon for the County of
Marion, as administratrix of the
estate of Thomas Burrows,, de
ceased, and that, she has Wr
qualified as such .admlnUu-atrff
all persons having eiati&iftagainst
the estate ot said decedent are
hereby, notified to present the
eame, duly verified, to me, at the
office of Ronald C. Glover, my attorney,-isx
Oregon Buildlajt Sa
leukv Marlon County, Oregon, wit te
la six months' from the date of
this notiesv .
Dated at Salem. Oregon, this
22nd day of May, 192.
" . IDA B. BURROWS.
Administratrix of the estate of
Thomas Burrows, deceased.
RONALD C. GLOVER.
- Attorney for Administratrix,
r Salem, Oregon.