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LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS
'VJScing From Nebraska
Dr. and Mrs. T. J. Vanderhoof
and son Tommy, of ScotUbluff,
Iebraska, stopped in Salem Friday
for a two-day visit with friends
and ' former Nebraska neighbors,
including the G. W. Day and F. N.
Derby families and Bloch broth
ers" of the Golden Rule store. The
Vanderhoofs are touring the coun
try and from here will go to Port
land and then to Canada. They
were in the west three years ago.
Swim to Your Heart's Content
With a Eugene permanent from
the Capitol Beauty Shoppe.
Eugene Hotel Man Here
J. F. Reynolds, manager of the
Terminal hotel in Eugene, was a
visitor at the Senator Thursday,
leaving early Friday for Portland
where he will visit the stage ter
minal in that city.
Wanted at the Spa.
Week-End in Newport
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Johnsot
and small daughter plan to leave
this afternoon for Newport whert
'they- will enjoy a week-end holi
day. -Free Percolated Coffee
..At the Black Cat Restaurant.
H ranks Return-
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Brunk have
returned from Tacoma and will
make their home for the next sev
eral months at least, in Salem.
"Mr. Brunk, who was a member or
the city council, resigning when he
.left the city nearly a year ago, is
connected with the Studebaker au
Free Percolated Coffee
-JU the Black Cat Restaurant.
. Plans Residence
B. C. Coffey took out a permit
Friday to build a dwelling at 1805
.South 12th street, at a cost of 2,
Old Time Dance Sat Xite
Domes pavilion, McCoy,. Ore.
Would Anticipate Paving
David Pugh has written to the
mayor and city council relative to
the refusal of the water company
to install service connections near
his property on Howard street.
The service is not desired at this
time, but Mr. Pugh asked that the
connections be put in now so that
the paving need not be torn up to
install them later. The company
replied that its policy would not
permit Installing connections
where service was not desired im
mediately, unless the patron
agreed to pay the regular tariff. '
Jane 17th Is Father's Day
Remember Dad with a suitable
greeting and gift. Tou will find
them at the Atlas Book Store.
At Health Demonstration
Miss Theresa Kraker, a member
of the staff of the Commonwealth
fund of New York City, arrived
in Salem late Thursday for a
week's stay at the child health
demonstration. Miss Kraker is di
rector of nursing service for the
Fund, and spends her time In the
field acting in an advisory capac
ity to the nursing division of each
of the demonstrations sponsored
by the organization. Miss Kraker
came here from the national bien
nial conference which has been In
session at Louisville, Kentucky.
rhls Is ber first visit here.
bellow Moon tonight.
)IUs Jarmaa Returns -
Miss Gwendolyn Jarman retnrn-
d yesterday from Portland where
she has been attending Miss Cat
lin's school. She Is avdaughter
sf D. B. Jarman of this" city."
Held for Non-Support
yesterday arrested and ' brought'
into jufitice court op a charge of J
noo-snppoix. ne was reieasea on
his own recognizance while the
Bring Your Empty PjdU
Plant Mystery Solved '
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Reddaway
have had a plant which Mrs. Red
daway secured in Holland 16 years
ago. They did not know its name.
This week it bloomed for the first
time. Mr. Reddaway sought in
formation about it. but none of
the florists was able to enlighten
him. W. C. Dibble, tulip farmer,
met him carrying it up the street
and remarked on what a beautiful
Clivia" he had. and the mystery
was solved. Mr. Dibble said that
ordinarily it should bloom every
four years. The plant is on dis
play in the Ladd & Bush Bank.
500 Down MO a Month
New modern home with 5 large
rooms and unfinished upstairs.
Furnace, fireplace. hardwood,
garage, paving, etc. Completed
to occupy with light fixtures, lino
leums, water beater, screens,
walks, lawn, drive, etc. Price cut
from $5250 to $4750 to move
now. Becke & Hendricks, 189 N.
Gates Man Visitor
William Evans of Gates was
lUiong the Friday visitors In Sa-
Marriage License Given I
Walter H. Stevens, 34, Ash
wood, was yesterday issued a mar
riage license from the office of
the Marion county clerk to wed
Violet E. Jacobs. 23. Woodburn.
Wanted at the Spa.
Texans Visit Here
After a 13 days' automobile
tour from San Antonio, Texas, by
way of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs.!
A. W. Beckley of San Antonio ar-J
rived here last night to visit his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Beck-'
ley of thi3 city. With the visitors
are their fonr children and also
Mrs. Beckleys' parents, Dr. andl
Mrs. J. E. Edgington of Hood
River. They expect to visit here
most of the summer.
Special Sunday Dinne
Served 5:45 to 8 p
Miss Goulding Returns
Miss Fern A. Goulding. super
visor of nursing service with the
Marion county child health dem
onstration, has returned from Lou
isville. Kentucky, where she at
tended the national biennial con
ference held there. Miss Goulding
as accompanied on the return
trip by her mother. Mrs. J. Gould
ing of Detroit, who will remain In
Salem this summer. While In the
aast. Miss Goulding also visited
Olivet College, at Olivet. Michi
gan, where she was dean of worn
2n previous to coming here a year
Women Wanted at Once
Hunt Bros. Packing Co.
Alvin Schirman sang a solo at
the Lions club luncheon Friday,
with Miss Thelma Delzell as ac
companist, Harry Scott Elected
Harry W. Scott was yesterday
elected delegate of the Salem
Lions club to the district council,
which meets quarterly.
Two Rath Rooms Complete '.
Modern home Now $S600 on
terms. New. This home has six
bedrooms, hardwood, wired elec
tric range, beater, etc., 60 gallon
hot watsr tank, basement, garage
for two ears, paving paid.. On
large corner view lot at 1710
South Winter. Close all schools.
Becke & Hendricks. 189 N. Hixh
Fonr Industrial Fatalities
There were-fonr fatalities , la
Oregon due to Industrial accidents
during the week ending Jans 14,
according to a report prepared
hers .Friday . by the sUU" indus
trial accident commission. The
victims' were H. H. McCoham,'
Keno, track driver; Chester Mays,
Portland, painter; Conrad P. Bor
gan. Baker, laborer, and Clifford
C. Trtplett, Grants Pass, herder.
There were SS 3 'accidents report
ed to the commission during the
"3 Sonth Commercial
Dallas Woman Here
Mrs. S. Gregory was attending
to business matters here yesterday
from Dallas. She stopped at the
Senator while in the city.
And repairing. GlesavPowers
Klamath Man Visits
D. E. Fletcher of Klamath Fall
was a visitor in Salem yesterday
and was a guest at the Lions clut
Tax Collector Named
Paul Marnach was yesterday ap
pointed by the Marlon county
court to collect delinquent dog
Mellow Moon tonight.
H. M. Carter of Portland, driver
of a stage, was yesterday fined
$25 in justice court for having
driven 45 miles an hour on the
Wedding Bells Ring
John W. Watson. 31, of Turner,
yesterday took out a license to
marry Gertrude Florence Kuebel,
resident of The Dalles and "of
Trade Your Silent Plan
For an all electric radio, or an
orthophonlc victrola. Geo. C. Will,
432 State St.
Suit to Divide Lots
Myrtle Hill yesterday filed suit
in circuit court to partition some
property in Steiwer Fruit farms
between herself and S. B. Hill.
She claims that she is entitled to
a third of the property in ques
tion, which comprises a total of
Mellow Moon tonight.
Mayor Signs Taxicab Bill
The taxicab license fee billed.
sanctioned by the last meeting of
the city councilmen, 13 now in the
hands of City Attorney Williams,
who Is drawing up forms of ap
plication for taximen and the per
mits which the city recorder will
issue. Tbe bill has been signed
by Mayor T. A. Livesley and re
quires a license fee of $6 per year
Builders or Contractors
Lots 1C5 feet deep and 50 feet
wide. On North 17th street Just
north of Market In center of
New Home Development. Prices
of $275 to $375. These lots are
1 1 most twice as large as similar
priced and located lots. Rondod
abstracts. Terms $25 down. $10
1 month. Investigate our financ
ing plan for home-building. Get
vours now. Any facing or size.
Becke Hendricks. 189 N. High
Jill Bailey, three-year-old
daughter of R. K. Bailey, 1545 N.
19tfl street, underwent a minor
operation at the Salem General
Old Time Dance Crystal Garde
Every Wed. and Sat. night.
Native Son Dies
Funeral services for Abraham
Baum, who was born in this city,
were held In Portland Thursday.
He was an employe of the Blu-mauer-Frank
Drug company there
for 31 years and made his home
in that city most of bis life. Baum
was affiliated with the Woodmen
of the World and the United
Woodmen and was also a Mason.
A sister, Sara, and one brother,
Vanta Sun Suits For Kiddles ,
just arrived. Wool at $1.50;
cotton at 11.00. Miller's. ...
Franklin Leaves Today
Dr. Frank G. Franklin leaves
this morninr for Seattle on the
beginning of his -tour of the Ori
ent. Tomorrow - his party will
leave Seattle on the "Alabama
Marn" one of the ships in the Jap
anese' mall line. After two weeks
in Japan . the party win go to
China, Manchuria and Korea. The
whole tour will take about ten
We hay a llSC Gardner Six
Sport Touring, equipped with
bumper. S. & M. Spotlight, Mo-1
tonneter. 15 new rubber, fin
ish like new and a car that is
a snap at 9850.00.
The Hrose ThatServiru Built"
Hare Baby Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stellbrin
of Macleay are parents of a baby
boy born Thursday night. Mother
aad baby are at the Bungalow
The Drum Corps
Of Capitol Post No. 9 will spon
sor two monster dances on the
evening of July 3. One at the Crys
tal Gardens which will be an old
time dance, and one at the Mellow
Moon, a modern dance. Best music
available at both halls. Tickets
.50 each, entitling holder to attend
both halls with the same ticket.
All In line for a good time, get the
glad rags on. and let's go.
Xurw Returns From Trip
After a three-weeks' trip which
took her a far east as Buffalo. N.
Y.. Miss Adelaide Hughes, R. N.,
is back at her superintendent's
desk at the Salem General hospi
tal. While in the east Miss Hughes
went to Chicago to study the filing
system used by the American col
lege of surgeons and the American
hospital association. The Cana
dian route was the one by which
Miss Hughes returned to Oregon.
Old-Fashioned Green Vegetable
Dinner, 30c. at the Nook. 379
A severe cold sent Traffic Offi
cer George Thomason to his home
yesterday after he had attempted
to work his beat.
Ixnerican Legion Dance Saturday
Open air pavilion, Stay ton. Ore.
Sets Honorary Degree
John Li. Rand, chief justice of
the state supreme court, left here
Friday for Walla Walla where he
will have conferred upon him by
Whitman college the degree of
doctor of law. He was accom
panied by Justice McBride, also
1 member of the Oregon supreme
Id-Fashioned Green Vegetable
Dinner, 30c. at the Nook. 379
Willamette Student Visits
Dwight Shaw, with the Idaho
lubllc service department with
ieadquarters at Boise, was in Sa
em Thursday. Shaw is a former
tudent of Willamette university.
tesrinners Enrolled Now
For free piano lessons, clasr
tarthig June 18. under Mrs. Mol
lie Styles. Register at Sherman
Clay and Company. 130 Seutb
Brother Is Visitor
J. N. Stone of Walla Walle is
in Salem for a visit with his
brother, Dr. S. C. Stone. The vis
itor is on his way north from Lcc
ngeles where" he has been since
larly last winter.
Vanta Sun Suits For Kiddles
Just arrived. Wool at $1.50;
otton at $1.00. Miller's.
Get. Marriage License
Willard C. Marshall. 24, of
Portland, and Margaret Stolz, 24.
3f this city, have been granted a
marriage license in Portland.
From Inexpensive Gifts
To sterling sliver. YouH surely
find something appropriate in this
large selection. Pomeroy & Keene.
Going to Camp
L. D. Mars will leave today for
Camp Lewis to enter two weeks'
training with the officers' reserve
unit. Mars, who is a lieutenant
in the sanitary corps. Is engineer
on the Fairgrounds road continu
ation. COACHES' CLASS
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON.
Eugene. June 15. (Special).
The annual summer coaching
school, conducted by the Univer
sity of Oregon athletic coaches,
will start here June 18 and will
continue for two days, ending
-Captain John J. McEwan, foot
ball coach. Bill Hayward. track
tutor, BUI Relnhart, baseball and
basketball coach, and Virgil D.
Earl, director of athletics, will of
fer courses." r
Hayward will offer instruction
In track coaching the- first week
and Earl will conduct tha coarse
the second ' week. Harvard's
work will ba cut short as he mast
leave Eugene Jans 24 to Join the
Olympic coaching staff In the east.
Hayward .was the only northwest
track coach to be chosen on -the
Olympic coaching staff. 3. .. .
ABowance For Duke
ROME Duke of PlstoUa. cou
sin of Italy's king, wfll receive a
yearly allowance of about $!,-
OOO under a bill offered by It osso-,
Visitors Increasing Rapidly
And Coming From More
Thursdav nlrht thera were zC
can registered In the city anto
camp, mis is an increase over
tbe average of last week, and the.
week end will swell the total. Full
summer crowds have not yet be
gan to come, butthey are begin-
nmg to come rrom farther away,
all the time. (
Consider the case of Mr. and.
Mrs. George Charey and family
who came yesterday from Alaska.!
This family of five whose home Is'
in Ketchikan has taken a rather
leisurely trip down tbe coasts of!
Washington and Oregon, and is
now on the way home.
, "All the American camps are
fine." said Mr. Chavey, "but Ore-',
gon camps are the best ones we
have had and this Salem camp Is
Mr. Chavey is in the men's fur
nishing and shoe business In his
home town, and Is Interested to
look at similar stores here.
"We miss the long Alaskan eve
nings down here." said Mrs. Cha
vey. Inquiry brought forth the
information that up there the sun
doesn't set till about 9 o'clock and
that it is light for some time after
that. On the other hand a win-;
ter's day has only five or six hours
of light. At Ketchikan they have
I- m i a. a. r- v j . V.
year according to the vUitors, and and hIg brlde Rre wanderlng leisurely in a "bungalow trailer" ( be
some timee 12 inches or more fall i0w) on their English honeymoon. The novelist washes the dtahes
In 24 hours. 1 apparently not always to the satisfaction of his wife.
HELEN WILLS GETS
WIMBLEDON. England, June
15. (AP) The American wom
an's tennis team defending the
Wlghtmfin cup encountered unex
pected strength on the part of the
British challengers on the world
famous bit of green turf known
is the Wimbledon center court to
day and as a result emerged from
three matches with only one vic
tory. As might have been expected,
this one came easily to Miss Hel
en Wills, 6-1, 6-2, in her match
with Mrs. M. Holcroft Watson of
England. In the first singles match
of the day, Mrs. Molla Mallory,
veteran American player, had
fallen before the graceful and ac
curate stroking of Miss Eileen
Bennett. 6-1, 6-3.
(Continued from PZ 1.)
Dean Erickson reports that the
whole course this summer Is one
or the best balanced summer
courses that hae been given at
Willamette. The faculty also ha3
been well selected. In many. cases
the department heads will teach
the summer courses.
Among those on the faculty
will be Dean "Frank M. Erickson,
Dr. H. C. Kohler, Dr. John O.
Hall. Proferaor William E. Kirk
and Dr. R. M. Gatke.
One hundred students were en
rolled for the summer session last
year, and with such an exceptional
course offered. It Is expected that
tnts year's enrollment will equal
that mark or exceed it.
C. C. Clark, superintendent of
grounds. Is at work constructing
bookshelves in the basement of
Waller hall for the law library.
Over 5000 volumes have been
added during the past year. The
library room has been used as a
storage room the past year, and In
addition will include what has
been the office of the Wallulah.
Read The Classified Ads
Geana A. Thomas died at a lo
cal hospital June 13. aged, 70
years. She Is survived by twe
sons, A. C. Thomas of Los An
At 25c a lb.
: DRUG STORE
Original Candy Special Store
133 X. Com'L St. j
. The Premier Store
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Newberg Rejoices With
Hoover Over Nomination
NEWBERG. June 15. (AP)
This community, which was the
home of Herbert C. Hoover when
he was a school boy, from 1885
to 1889 was jubilant today over
his nomination as republican can
didate for president of the United
The Oregon yearly meeting of
the Friends church, which opened
here this morning could not get
down to regular church business
without first adopting a resolu
tion ordering the presiding offi
cer, Edward Mott, to send a tel
egram of congratulation to the
republican standard bearer.
Every person who had a radio
last night listened in on the con
vention broadcast, and had in all
the neighbors who did not have
sets of their own.
Dr. Levi T. Pennington, presi
dent of Pacific college, which Hoo
ver attended before going to Stan
geles, and L. L. Thomas, of Marsh
field; two daughters, Mrs. C. E
Melvin of Eugene and Mrs. H. A.
King of Portland; three sisters,
Rpssie Hlnton and Mrs. Sophia
Tone3 of Portland, and Ella Fal
lansby, of Eugene, Mrs. Thomaf
was a member of the Christian
church for 56 years and leader of
the Christian church choir of Stay
ton for 30 years. . She was a mem
ber of the Eastern Star and Re
bekah lodges. The funeral will be
held Saturday afternoon at 2:00
o'clock from the Christian church
of Stayton with interment in thr
Stayton cemetery. Cloush-Hustor
in charge of the funeral.
In this city. Friday, June 15th
Sylvia Sauvain. age 13 years
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E
MT. CREST ABBEY
LLOYD T. RIGDON. Mngr.
Perfect Funeral Serf Ice
Stressed Idy Mortician
' 770 Cherceket Street
VOU would be sur-
prised, at the many
things 'that yon ' would x
like to have that are '
advertised foe sals la
the Want Ad columns
'of our paper, and r also
you will find that some- 5
one is looking : for Just - -what
you have to selL .
Read the Want Ads
ford university, expressed the sen
timent of the town when he said:
"If I had my choice of every man
in the country I would pick Her
bert Hoover for president.
"We have been working tooth
and nail here for Hoover for pres
ident for more than eight years
We had a Hoover club here eight
years ago. Some of the buttons we
used then are still being worn,
and we have a supply of 1,000
more for this campaign. The town
voted unanimously for Hoover in
the primary election. Other Hoo
ver clubs have been organized.
"Personally I feel much grati
fied at the high honor to Pacific
college in having one of its first
students chosen as candidate for
the highest office in the land. Her
bert Hoover was one of the first
student body of Pacific academy,
original school here, which later
became Pacific college."
Sauvain sister of Mrs. R. L. Davis,
Mrs. James Lawler andMrs. Ruth
George, of Portland, Mrs. Geo.
Custer of Montebello, Calif., MIse
Minnie and Miss Francis and Mil-,
ford Sauvain all of Salem. Funera"
services Monday. June 18th at :
p. m., from the Rigdon Mortuary.
Interment I. O. O. F. cemetery.
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GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Office Hours from 10 a, m: to 3 p. m.
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PUBLIC AND PRIVATE STORAGE
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Day Telephone 28 Night Telephone 1267-WV
POUGHKEEPSIE. N. T. June
15. (AP) Favored by a stronr
tide, four crews training for, the
regatta here next Tuesday, broke
the record for the famous Pough-
keepsie four-mile grind today.
Varsity oarsmen of Columbia.
defending champions, California.
Navy and Cornell all covered the
course In time better than the 27
year old record of It minutes, S3
1-5 seconds, set in 1901 by one of
tbe "Pop" Courtney's famous Cor
Columbia's time,' as announced
at Lions' headquarters, was noth
ing short of amazing for the New
Yorkers required only It minutes
35 seconds to cover the four
miles. California was two seconds
behind this mark. Navy It: K0 and
NEW YORK. June 15. (AP)
Dave Shade, veteran California
slugger, won the Judges' decision
over George Courtney, Oklahoma
middleweight. In a 10 round bout
at the Coney Island stadium to
The work of inlaying the white
cement court lines of the two new
tennis courts at Willamette uni
versity has been completed, and
the newly laid cement Is drying.
None of the work of fencing the
courts has begun yet, but it will
be started soon. The courts have
i fine smooth surface; and when
the work on them Is completed the
university students will have
courts the equal of any in the
A person should walk at least
half mile each day, says a med
ical expert. Good! That's about
the distance from a parked car to
the office. Florida Times-Union.
ABOUT LOCAL OR EASTERN
Oregon Electric Ry. h
Willamette Valley Line
ri!(E TOHIO reading !. W l
ara yor flauaa afai kraakaga,
Thompson-GIutsch Optical Co.
110 K. Cona'l St.
We board Dogs at
and Pacific Highway
Rewound and Repaired, New
or Used Motor
VIBBERT & TODD
1U1 South High Tel. SI IS
la being continued. 1
lial In ths chamber of deputies, 1