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i LocalSWews Briefs. t
From Mill Citjr . - 4 ;
Zona Sehangson,. of. Mill " City
was among the Tuwday visitor
registering at- the Senator hotel. "
SIlTerton Haa Here
Hobart M4 Price" of 1 Silvertoa
and H. D. Innla of Bend were reg
istered at ibe Senator Tuesday.;
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Ccrvalarrt Vote oa&efctde
County Superintendent JMlker-
on has- reeeiTea vrora mat me
J3ervais district: will old , an. lec4-
tion July 50 to toU on a special
bond Issue to baud" their' own
Clarence Fisher. 1117 North
Summer street, was arrested. early
Tuesday morning on a charge of
And . repairing; Ciese- Powers
Furniture Co. .
Nurse on Vacation .
Miss Margaret McAlpine, of the
nurslnc dlrlslon of 'the child
health demonstration In charge of
the Jefferson district, has gone to
San Francisco to spend her
month's annual vacation.
Tiny Babv ThriTinr
Despite the fact that he lifted
'the scales only three, and; a half
pounds when he wae born early
last week, the; tiny baby ; of Mr.
ana mrm. m ran. t. xjrcaovacu, i .,
is finding life In an incubator not
so poorly, and is . getting along
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Dr. Ralph IMppel, SpccUliat
Extraction of teeth. X-ray,
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Attending Bar Meet
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Randall, . SI Eakin. Rer. Martin
Ferrey and Roby Ratcliffe, left
TnMitxT trv attend the American
bar association meeting in Seattle
from Wednesday to Friday, and
also to attend the convention of
the national fraternity to which
they belong. Delta Theta Phi.
Marshall on Vacation
W. A. Marshall, day operator at
the Western Union office, is on
his vacation, and haa left for tht
north. His work is being cared foi
by H- Finney, relief man from
Spokane. Earl D. Morarity, whe
works the night shift. Is again ot
duty following a trip to aoutherr
Oregon and northern Calif ornit
Blade Cat? For Sale Now
Ill health of Mr. Lainson com
pels sal of paying Salem bus!
ness. Part cash, balance trade, foi
Quick sale telephone 1124 or call.
rhATTolet Car Found
The Chevrolet touring car pi
r. v Wilson. 473 N. Cottage
street, reported to have been stol
en on Sunday evening was iouna
xinndav morning abandoned in
the 2300 block on North liberty
street. Nothing about tho car
v. harmed excent a depletion of
the supply of gasoline, indicating
that someone had used the car xoi
Ko Rnwlal Exams-
Superintendent Fulkerson ha
received from the onice oi mc
nnertntendent of public ln
struction the circular of certifi
cation for 1928. She points out
that the main change provide
that no examinations will bo giv
n for anecial certificates, at
there are not enough applicant
tn luatlfv holdinr the examina
tlons. Heretofore teachers who
wished to teach Just home eco
nomics, commercial subjects
manual training or similar sub-4
Jects were required to take tne
Will nave a Few C
rr laaid and slab wood for
sale. This wood is equal or bet
ter than second growth fir. Cobbs
& Mitchell Co.. 349 S. 12th St.
Mrruii-hrists on Oce
William, McGilchrlst, Jr., son
of Mr and Mrs. William McGtlcbv
rist who left ' Salem more than, a
month ago for Scotland, haa re
ceived word from his parents that
they left New York July 18 after
a deUghtful trip to the eastern
coast, going from Prince Rupert
on the Pacific east on the Canadi
an National route to Toronto. In
Toronto they located a cousin
whom they had not seen for a
long time. They wrote of seeing
an Orangeman parade In Toronto
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and took two hours to pass a giv
See tho New v . r
lons at Miller'a department store.
TMs !s a special prchase direct
from New Tortu Frieed extraor
dinarily low at l.t0.
Ruth Kara, 18, was yesterday
arrested and take bw Justice
i it the Peace Braztar Small on a
charro of iiassena; a chock without
; having sufTTcioox fond with which
: to cover ir. she was certified to
Mrs. Nona WnTtsy county
ofrtcer. The girl Is Pie- aUUr of
Louis Kays, wha was tn namtvu
scrapes here, lnvotvlnff bad checks
and other charges, wntll
tuaHy oscaped frost the county
Jail by mafclax a holo In the aorth
tvall and crawlZag through. -Sine
'that time Kay haa not been seen
Dwelling Planned - i f ,
B. H. Van Cleve took; out a per
mit Tuesday to build a dwelling, at
1740 North ZOth street at a st
of $100. ' :-T- :!- V: p :..')
Win Build Garage ;ot ,
A permit was issued Tuesday to
Howard Harvey to build a garage
at 118 North Fifth street at a
cost of $110. f
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Alleged Dmfc ' -
W. H .Hart of Oregon City was
arrested by the Sale's police Tues
day afternoon charged Srtlli being
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In dining room Marion hotel.-
SpecdlBg Cot SIO J , ;
' The justice court at 'Oregon
City levied a $10 fine against L.
C. Grayblll of Salem charging
aim wun speeding a truck. -
Parsons Have Daughter
A . baby daughter Iras born
Tuesday morninr at the Salem
General hospital to Mr and Mrs.
H. G. Parsons, 411 North Sum
mer street. I
Stewart Ratal BAOO
The estate of Isabel Stewart.
deceased, was yesterday ap
praised at elijhtly under $ COO
in a report of inventory and ap
nrafaAfnant filed in nrobate bv
Otis Dike, George McCurdy and
hn Kicnara, appraisers.
DeKletae Rotary Speaker
"Dieting or Die .Eating", alias
"What RhnnM Wi Tlatt" will be
dlsenued bv Dr. Willis ti DeKleine
director of the 'Marlon county
child health demonstration, at the
weekly luncheon meeting : this
The Otto J. Wilson garage, 388
North Commercial street, will join
n the Bulck silver anniversary ob
servance July 28 to August 4
when a complete new line of 1939
Bulck automobiles will lie display
ed to the public. I
Old Time Dance Crystal Garden
Every Wednesday and Saturday
Divorce Demanded f
Lnla A. Barker vesterdav filed
suit for divorce against John N.
Barker en tne grounds oi aeser-
Ion. She left him September 30,
1920. she alleges in her com
plaint. She asks costs, suit mon
ey, attorney's fees and! $25 ali
mony. Shetalso wants the custody
of two minor' children. They
were married In Kansas on No
vember 5, 1919.
Many Minor Operations
A number of minor Operation
were given at the Salem General
hospital yesterday t- the follow
ing: Mrs. E. E. Gillian. 718
South 12th street: E. J. Bell,
Stay ton: Mrs. Addle Titus, Leb
anon: Walter Bergher. 518 South
23rd street: Mary Zeibejrt, Salem.
route one: Robert Lewis. 1695
South High; Al Vernon,
oendence; W. Gahhdorf,
North Cottage. I
Tavlor Returns Home
After a two weeks' automooue
rin to Loa Anceles. where he at
tended a relicious conference.
Rev. F. C. Taylor arrived in Sa
!em arain Ust night. The entire
trip was made by automobile,
Un Tavlor and two children
William and Hor tense, completing
the party. They left Diamond Lake
vesterday morning, having gone
there the previous day from Cra
mer Lake, and made the! trip here
by way of the McKenxle paes. Hot
weather was encountered in east
ern Oregon. Reverend Taylor
stated. The mercury at Bend yes:
verday registered 103 degrees.
Idvertfce PO Bids I
Postmaster John Farrar ot the
Salem office has v received word
that bids win be opened in waao-
Ingtea. D. C, on August ?l for re
modeling the Salem postoffice.
Plans for enlarging and! remodel
it,, tha ?s-Tr-old federal build-
inr have been under advisement
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tor some time, the step being tak
en because of the crowded condi
tion of the local office. In the re
modeling, the present annex, add-
Pd in 1922. will be torn down ana
the new work, built .to harmonise
with the remainder of the build
inr. Annroxlmate cost of recon
traction wUl be $20.0001 During
the remodeling work departments
now housed In the annex will be
located in the basement and attic
of the eld portion. The custodian
at the local building uas jcopies ox
the drawings and apecirjeations.
fVnn Rnrene I '
H. T. Holden of Eufene was
tha hnaiaess visitors to
Salem Tuesday. Hoiden registered
at the Senator. I
Lad's CoadiUoa Enoouxaging
- Tttm Madition er Norman nun
phrey. who was Injured Monday
rtnaas vkaa an auto 1st knock
ed him from fcfcr bteycle). Is very
saUsractovy. attendant at tne sta
) nneral hosnltal reported last
miwM TCnrrnan. who iSiOniy 11.
austained a fractured shall la the
accident. " Three uny pieces ei
bone were removed from the
skull. He Is the eon of Mrs. Lulu
Humphrey. 430 South 20th street.
Mae re Divorce Allowed
Violet Moore was yestexuay
granted nasal decree of divorce
from Iran C. Moore, ih case e
tag by default he Jm4 charged
cruel and iahumaa treatment, al
leging that he. IfKMitif hecasne
drunk and thsd he humiliated her
by .stealing various articles and
bringing them homo and biding
them. - - .
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Cattforsda Pair TVeds
ma rant Walah. 22. ahd McTbC
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1924 Bulck 4 ' Roadster fully
equipped, with 75 new rub
ber, new sport Duco and In Al
condition for 9385.
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"The House That Service JUUT
yesterday.- Both are residents ot
Fort Bragg. California. The mar?
riage Is the second for him and
the first for her.
M edford Man Here
T. W. Miles of Medford. where
it is even hotter than In Salem.
arrived In town yesterday, regis
tering at the New Salem.
The Union Savlnas and Loan a.
sociation vesterdav filed inlt In
circuit court to f orecle-ie a mort
gage against Hurlle U Moore.
tormeriy proprietor of a local
music house. The property In
volved consists of several lota on
North 13th street adjoining Mill
creea. There Is said to be $1,-
co.ss duo on the mortgage.
Oliver Return - . .
Vice President o. o. niinr if
Wilamette university . rtnrnAl
yesterday from a trip to Portland
in toe interests of the university.
He will SDend the latter nart of
this week in eastern Oregon, vls-
uing Hood River. The Dalles,
Pendleton and LaGrande.
inmiwr Sessions End-
Summer Se3ion at Wilamatta
university ends this weak
for students in chemistry and oth
er natural sciences. The chem
istry classes will continue for two
Sues For Insurance
Clatmlnr that a
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Policy was carried on hap
who died while in the employ of
a . h- a.
iae ww . k. company, Anns
L. Larson yesterday began action
in circuit eonrt hn .,
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Equitable Life Assurance com
pany. With whom aha aaVa k.
Policy was carried but who disal-
uweu. ner ciaim. sue demandf
$1,812 plus $500 attorney's fees.
The $1,612 represents one year's
wages for her husband while he
was working, she asserts.
HEENEY CERTAIN OF
WINNING BIG FIGHT
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Today Heenev lBdnle-ai t xi.
final workout in the sweltering
aeat oi ue om oarn, on the Rum
son farm kennel. Hla wm-Vnn
was an equivalent of six mnmi.
panenmg tne ugnt bag for two
rounds, snaoow boxinar for two
rounds and skipping the rope for
two sessions. Heenev drinned a
healthy perspiration a minute af
ter ne commenced work. Indicat
ing to the old timers that he Is in
While punching the bag aad
skipping the rope. he. appeared to
be extremely light on his feet,
stepping around at a ranid
Toward the close of his bag
punching he pounded the leather
It is probable that Heeney will
enter the rinr with his mental
emotional and physical equip
ments tuned to the keenest edge.
He ie not worrying. He knows
that he Is the under dor but he Is
determined to upset the predic
tion that Tunney will lick him.
When Heeney crawls Into the
ring, he' will have tha exnert
handling of. Charles Harvey, his
American manager. Eddie Harvey,
his brother, and Trainer Hennes
sey. Charley Harvey will be un
able to do any of the work except
to whisper advice into his ear.
His riKht hand is damaaed be
cause of three smashed finrers.
but this Injury Is not going to pre
vent him from being In the cor
ner. Bernard Mortimer cot into the
camp today from London Just in
time to see nis importation go
through his last workout. Mor
timer, a London SDortsman. Is a
discoverer of Heeney. He was
plainly enthused over hie prote
ge's condition and is sure the ti
tle will go back. to England.
PROMISE SLIGHT DROP '
IN TEMPERATURE HERE
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slightly higher, making the heat
more oppressive. At noon in Port-
iana me numiuiiy was per cm
or three points higher than yester
day. The city of Ashland today
placed stringent water restrictions
in effect to conserve the city's wa
ter supply which yesterday was
found, to be surprisingly low. The;
restrictions probably will he 1st ef
fect Indefinitely. The rigid restric
tions were necessitated by the
continued hot weather and . the
heavy - water consumption result
At rendtetan today, with the
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112 degree temperature. It was the
first time since July 11. 1922.
that such heat. had been felt.. A
hot wind added to the discomfi
ture. . . ' '
But three times In the history
of Walla Walla has it been hotter
than It was today, when a maxi
mum to 109 was reached. The pre
vious high marks here In 1898,
and twice In 1905.
Still another heat record was es
tablished at The Dalles with the
thermometer up to 109. Con
siderable damage to the apricot
crop is anticipated If the heat
wave does not break soon, as the
ripe fruit is literally cooking on
the . trees, orehardists . report.
Wheat harvesting- in . The Dalles
district has been suspended as
neither men nor horses can stand
the high temperatures. "v-
Grants Pass today, experienced
slight relief although the temper
ature dropped from 113 degrees
yesterday to 109 today. Clouds
promised a shower late today.
The temperature in Bend fell
one degree short of a 15-year
mark today when It reached 100
degrees, two points above yester
day s maximum.
A cloud base and a very light
breeze, together with threatening
clouds along the horlxon brought
slightly cooler weather today at
Medford with a maximum of 103
degrees. This was two degrees less
All heat records for the year
were smashed at Salem today
when the mercury halted In its
ascent at 102 degrees.
At Hood River some concern
was felt by orehardists who pre
dicted that the apple crop would
be further damaged by sunburn.
The mark today was 101 degrees.
Other . thermometer recordings
were; Roseburg 103. La Grande
102. Yakima 108.5. Baker 98. Ab
erdeen 94. Spokane 104. Pasco
107, Condon 110, Boise 103.
EUGENE. Ore.. Jul- 24 -r API
rise here today and a maximum of
iv z degrees was recorded this aft
ernoon. It was the hottest day
Since July 10. 192S whan' tha
maximum was 104 degrees.
BOISE. Ida.. July 24.-(AP) -
tsoue naa its Hottest weather of
the year today when the tcmiwri.
ture reached 103 degrees on the
weatne rbureau thermometer and
10 s on the street:
BEND. Ore.. July 24. fAPi
The forest fire situation In central
Oregon became acute today with
news received here that danger
ous biases have started In the
Buck mountain area of tha Ochoco
forest and In tha T.anlna anH Omk.
cent districts of the Deschutes.
Reports from Prinevllle indi
cate the Buck mountain fire is
menacing a great area of yellow
LONGVIEW, Wash., July 24.-
(AP) Three fires raged in south
west Washington today, the major
one in the Long-Bell cutover land
in Cowlits county, and the other
two in Wahkiakum county.
The Long-Bell fire, which start
ed yesterday morning, was slowed
up during the night, but broke
out with renewed vigor today and
was again reported as being
checked late today. Two shifts of
400 men each were fighting the
blaze which Is south of Ryder-
wood and east of Castle Rock.
The situation in Wahkiakum
was aggravated by a new fire to
day In Crown-Willamette slash
ings. The entire logging crew of
200 men was put to work to keep
the fire from green timber.
The major fire In Wahkiakum
county, which started Sunday at
Nassa Point, two miles east ot
Cathlamet. broke out afresh today
and made steady progress in sec
ond growth timber on the north
bank ot the Columbia.
CODE MAKERS TO MEET
State Building Regulations to be
Discussed Here Todny
The so-called state building
code committee appointed recent
ly hy Governor Patterson will hold
a conference here today. The con
ference will he attended by C. H.
Oram, atate labor commissioner;
Clare ,Le, state Insurance com
missioner, and a number of other
state officials. "T '
The purpose of the committee Is
to draft a atate building code
somewhat similar to those in oper
ation in other states, v
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FOR G. 0. P. DRIVES
Campaign Backing Hoover
and Curtis Carried on
Throughout U. S.
WASHINGTON. July 24.
(AP) Mobilization for Hoover
and Curtis of tho 24.000,000
"home makers" of the land, or
non-voting women will be the
special object of the republican
women's campaign, rather than
drives. for the votes. of organised
club women and registered voters.
At a women's organisation
meeting here today plans were
launched to concentrate on the
woman in the home. National
committee women from 18 states
of the east and south made en-
thuaiaetic reports of campaigns
After short addresses by Hu
bert Work, chairman. Franklin'
W. Fort, secretary, and J. Fran
cis Burke, counsel of the national
committee, emphasising the belief
that . women thla year will play
a greater part in republican poll-
tics than ever before," Mrs. Alvin
T. Hert, vice chairman of the na
tional committee, announced the
mobilization plan. i
"Fifty per cent of women i are
eligible to vote but do not go near
the polls." ehe said. "Home making-
is the basis of our family life.
the background of all our politi
cal relations. If America is to
maintain her position of leader
ship in world affairs, home mak
ers must function in politics as
wel las in the home. j
Conlldent predictions were
made by southern women at I the
meeting that Hoover would carry
at leaet four southern states, Ten
nessee, . North . Carolina, Florida
and Alabama, largely through the
women s votes.
"When Smith came out- as a
wet it was the greatest thing
that ever happened for the repub
lican movement in the south,"
said Mrs. Beulah Hughes of Ten
nessee. "More women have regis
tered than ever before, just to
vote against Smith and I believe
they will leave the democratic
"It ie more than a campaign, it
is a moral crusade," echoed Mrs.
W.E. Kennan, of North Carolina.
"We expect to register 150.000
Hoover women. We don't have to
organize the democratic women,
they are doing it spontaneously."
Mrs. Mary C Booze, of Missis
sippi who arrived unexpectedly,
predicted "more republican votes
in Mississippi than ever before."
Governor Smith will be defeat
ed in hia own atate, predicted Mrs.
Charles S. Sabin of New York,
who said that "he has been beat
en, aad with the vigorous type of
campaign we will put on there he
will be beaten again". She added
that special - measures would be
taken to reach Immigrant women.
ATTORNEYS VIEW DRY !
LAW EFFECT AT MEET
(Caatiaaae fraat paf U)
tions exist there is a tendency to
ward disrespect for all law and a
the Integrity of all public officials.
"That the enormous profits de
rived from the bootleg Industry
being unlawful and their consid
ered legitimate prey, have excited
the cupidity of politicians and
state and government officials
generally to such an extent that
bribery and corruption have : be
come common occurrences. There
in ie to be found the real problem
of crime and failures of justice in
many parts of the country."
Among the remedies suggested
Perfect Fuaetwl Service
Licensed Lady Mortician
770 Chenteketa Street
. Telephone 724
MT. CREST ABBEY
LLOYD T. RIGIK1N. Ungr.
ODELL and CRESCENT
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At the Summit of the Cascades
Sunday, July 29
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FARE $5.00 ROW "HP
Children 5 to 12 Half Fare
Leave Salem 7:30 a: -J-; f
Returning Leaves the Lakes 6 p. :
Take your lunch and spend the day on top of the world
In Lashly's report were recom
Bureaus ot criminal statistics
should : be organized to provide
more adequate means ot deter
mining who are habitual offend
ers. Habitual offend era should be
The prohibition laws should be
enforced or repealed.
"The bootlegger, the rum run
ner, the gangster, the hijacker.
the bribe giver and the bribe ta
ker," he said, "must besuppressed
if orderly government under the
law is to be restored."
A vigilant and informed public
must Insist upon honesty in their
The report cited conditione in
Chicago, New York and other
metropolitan centers of crime.
and continued through a detailed
study of conditions in other urban
centers throughout the United
The cities from which were re
ceived the reports .which go to
make up Lashly's symposium are:
Oakland, CaL; Los Angeles;
Berkeley; Alameda; San Francis
co; Denver; New Haven, Conn.;
Hartford, Conn.; Washington, D.
C; Chicago, East Alton, 111.; In
dianapolis; Boston; Detroit; St.
Paul; Orr and Cusson, Minnesota;
Raleigh, N. C; Akron, Ohio, Co
lumbus, Toledo and Cincinnati.
Ohio; Oklahoma City; Pittsburgh.
Pa.; Providence. R. I.; Charles
ton. S. C: Memphis. Tenn.; Fort
Worth, Texas; Dallas, Texas; Se
attle. Wash., and Cheyenne, Wyo.
In addition reports were re
ceived from state and county of
ficials from several parts ot the
United States, relative to condi
tions outside the cities named.
WAR NOW OVER FOR
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tion of his forces was attributed
In large measure to assurances
which had been given and widely
published in Nicaragua that mem
bers of any illeral armed bodies
who spontaneously, surrendered
their arms would be given am
Insurgents caught with arms in
their hands were warned that the
full penalty of the law against
rehala and outlaws would be in
flicted upon them. With the com
ing ot the rainy season and on
account of the tightening of the
blockade against them, Sandlrio't
followers gradually abadoned him.
With the disappearance of San
dino from the Nicaraguan stage.
Mr. Coolidge forsees the orderly
fulfillment of Mr. Stimson's
pledge to both liberal and conser
vative narties in Nicaragua that
the country be given a govern
ment popularly elected aad con
A Philadelphia bridge club held
its weekly meeting the other day
1 nan alrnlane circling over the
city.- Shucks! Don't the sessions
come high enough when held on
the ground? Eugene Register.
If we may Judge by the annual
increase In the pre-primary regis
tration of republicans, the time is
not far distant when there will be
nobody left in the democratic par
ty except "Gold ol' Al." Oswald
West. Esq., and the editor ot the
lone Independent. lone Ind.
CUT FLOWERS, PLANTS
GOLD FISH, BIRDS
C F. BBKTXHACPT
Telephone 280 IIS lute St,
Dr. Vehrs wishes to announce
that he haa resumed the prac
tice of Medicine and Surgery at
suite 603. First National Bank
Building, Salem. Oregon.
Rewound and Repaired, New
or Used .Meter
VD3BERT & TODD
fill South High Tel. 2113
Al Smith To
ALBANY. N. X. July 24.
(AP) From the towering east
steps of the state capitol. Govern
or Smith will tell the country, at
twilight on Wednesday, August
22, just where he stands on cam
paign Issues. The date for his
notification ceremony, which will
get under way at 7 p. m. eastern
daylight time, was fixed today. '
Around and below the demo
cratic presidential nominee on the
high stone tier and in the adjoin
ing park, it is expected a crowd,
perhaps numbering more than
100.000. will be massed. Through
a radio network, embracing about
90 stations, his voice will be car
ried to the far corners of the na
tion and even across international
boundaries. Uncertainty as to the
exact time for the notification.
which will come after those for
Herbert Hoover and Senator Cur
tis, the republican standard bear
ers, ended when Smith himself an
nounced that difficulties in ob
taining clear time for a nation
wide radio hook-up had been
It is the governor's custom to
give out news concerning his
plans direct to newspaper men at
daily press conference. Today
after the cigars had been passed,
a reporter led off with the ques
tion which tor days had brought a
negative response: "Any notifica
tion plans yet?" "Yes." Smith re
plied, as "from behind his desk he
smiled and shifted his cigar. "It
ill be Wednesday, August 22, at
Regardless ot weather condi
tions It Is the plan to go ahead
with the ceremony four weeks
from tomorrow evening. If it
rains, the notification probably
will take place in the. assembly!
chamber, where the nominee spent
years of his executive career, and
on four occasions has . taken the
oath of office as governor. That
hall is scarcely large enough to
accommodate the notification com
mittee. Smith's family and person
al friends, distinguished guests
and newspaper men, but radio ar
rangements would not be upseti
and the country could listen In
Just the same.
Although he has not put his ac
ceptance speech into writing Gov
ernor Smith figures that" it will
take him an hour to carry out his
promise to treat adequately all
campaign issues, including pro
hibition and farm relief. He be
aeaae oil company mr cAumMi
LaDD BuCHa Danlicr!
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Office Hours from 10 a, m. to 3 p. m.
Dr. :C. A. Eldriedge, Dentist
LONG AND SHORT DISTANCE HAULING
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE STOKAGS
. ., CHAIN ,
FEED and SEED
free Delireiy to any part cf the cil '
Quotations on Application
r -.'- . PAUL TRAGLIO, Prep. .... .
Day Telephone 28 :
On August 22
lieves the notification speech of
Senator PIttman of Nevada.' who
will head the official committee.1
will take about fifteen' minutes
and that a like period will be re-;
quired for "Incidental business.)
making the entire time for the
ceremony an hour and a half.
The nominee had no detailed In
formation as to the radio hookup,!
having left those arrangements to
lieutenants In New York." It Jras
said, however, that approximately;
90 stations would be in the stet-j
work. 88 of them under the Juris-'
diction ot the national broadcast
ing company, the others affiliated
or Independent stations. .
Fixing of the hoffr for the start
ot the Smith notification at T iX
m.. eastern daylight time, will nut
the democratic nominee on the air
an hour earlier In the day than Ala
opponent. Hoover, who will be no
tified at Palo Alto, Calif., on Au
gust 11, beginning at 4 p. A.,
coast time, or 8 p. m., in Albany.
Some of Governor Smith's advis
ors have urged that he speak
later to provide tor evening reeepH
tion west with a possibility rthat
more would be able to listen Inj
but he expressed satisfaction over
the hour set.
The hoboes are predicting -jt
"hard winter" and are organizing
at strategic centers so they ,ena
have a house In which to flopjuid
from which to beg. Portland Ju
been chosen as one of the hoboes!
centers.'vA doubtful compliment
we shonldsay. -Wallowa Sun. ;
TONIGHT 7:30 P. M.
F. N. WOODRVS
1010 X. Summer St.
1 high grade piano like new..
20 sacks of new potatoes, a
number of rabbit. Ford ra
with delivery body, painter
and paper hanger's-tools, .4
drop head sewing machine,
dressers, commodes, ex-tec
blea, small tools, bed,
springs aad mattresses, eV
hole range, ruga, linoleum,
oil stove, wool blankets,
electric wash machine, re
frlgeratora, floor lamp, home
canned fruit, fruit Jars, K.
utensils, dtahes, smokers
stand, breakfast table and:
chairs, camp beds, lounge,
garden hose, step ladders
and many other miscellan
eous article. Terms cash.
Cash paid foe used furniture. i
New and TJsed Furnltnre j!
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
AT PRICES YOU
N.jrht Telephone 12G7-T7.
Holmes. 24, wcto married here