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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1928)
Sill TO SEE
Latest in Plumbing Fixtures
Will Be Shown' In
Home owners and prospective
builders in Salem soon will bare
an opportunity of seeln; a re
markable traveling exhibit of
plumbing: materials. In a bis spe
cial body built on a motor track
of 223-tah wheelbase will be
shown a railed -and interesting
display -of the most modern ideas
In bathroom, kitchen and laundry
equipment ' ' ' ' '
Many thousands of people hare
examined this free exhibit along
us route from coast to coast, and
lave carried away many practical
ideas and suggestions for the im
rorement of their homes.
Within the car is installed a
modern,' built-in tub complete
with overhead' shower- and -Aqua
ilk curtain. An attractive com
bination kitchen sink and laundry
'ay, a popular fixture which sates
pace, time and steps Is also dls
- played. Laratories,'' closets and
ether bathroom fixtures and accessories-
help to make this ex
hibit complete, in addition to the
"Premier" automatic storage gas
water heater, Crane Electro-Matic
water softener, and, for rural sec
tions and suburban towns beyond
Jhe reach of city water mains, the
efficient Crane automatic water
, Additional interest is given this
txhibit from the fact that the sup
ply fixtures of the laratories and
the sink are actually connected to
tunning water. The water is sup
. tiled by the Crane automatic
- There Is no admission charge.
4one of the fixtures displayed are
tor sale, although any or all of
them may be obtained and In
stalled by Salem's regular plumb
tag contractors with little or no
A risit by the prospectire home
wilder, as well as the architect
and plumbing contractors will
jrovide an opportunity to see new
rays of adding to the comfort and
lonrenience of daily home life at
modest cost. To all interested ris
Itors will be giren a booklet,
Planning The Small Bathroom,"
which contains many practical
uggestlons on the subject of bath
rooms layout, design, floor plan,
etc. The man in charge of the
trarellng exhibit will co-operate
with the public to the fullest ex-lent.
By George Clark
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"Almost show time; if daddy isn't In. a good humor today we're
liable to miss part of the first act."
Republican Leaders Make
Their Campaign Plans
NEW YORK, Aug. 14. (AP)
Leigh Colrln, chairman of the
prohibition party national com
mittee, said today that members
of the committee would be asked
to pass upon withdrawal of the
party's presidential ticket in fa
vor of Herbert Hoover, republl-
"Hoover's riews as expressed in
his acceptance speech are rery
satisfactory to me," Colrln said,
"and I believe to a majority of my
colleagues on the national com
snittee. In my judgment our na
tional ticket will be withdrawn
before September 1, and prohibi
tionists urged to rote for the re
publican president and rice-presidential
He said he was sending letters
to members of the national com
mittee asking whether they would
rather hare a formal meeting or
register by mail their approval of
the proposed withdrawal of the
"Our convention," he said,
"authorized the national commit
tee to replace its nominees with
ethers if in the meantime it be
came apparent that a major party
had named candidates' pledged to
rigid enforcement of the prohibi
tion law and against its repeal or
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 14.
(AP). A decentralized campaign
for the election of Herbert Hoorer
republican presidential nominee,
emphasizing the responsibility of
the organization in each state for
results obtained, was decided up
on at a meeting of republican
leaders assembled from all sec
tions at the Palace hotels here.
The policy of the national com
mittee was outlined by Dr. Hu
bert Work, chairman, after an ex.
ecutire session, which followed an
i informal meeting today. Dr.
Work said the. real fight would be
waged in the southern states
where he said Hoorer sentiment
was cutting into the democratic
"South on Fire"
"There id no question that the
south is on fire," said Chairman
Work, "what our opponents can
do to extinguish that flre is prob
lematical, ft is a moral issue with
them and the south is moral."
Carl P. Collins of Texas was
present at the meeting as the rep
resentative of the anti-Smith dem
ocratic organization in -his state.
"The sentiment in Texas is
against Smith," he said. '
Gorernor John S. Fisher of
Pennsylvania, who came west for
the notification ceremonies was
present at the meeting and said:
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7:00-9:00 KXL (320). Coartuy ad
:00-S:4S KXL Portland Early Birft.
t:00-10:00 KEX (278). "Bttr
9:00-10:00 KWJJ (J50). Concert.
9:00-10:00 KTBB (229). Woman' pro
gram. 9:00rl2:00 KWBS (200). Houevifo't
9:30-12:00 KOrN (S19). Boosevifa'a
prog-ram and town topiei.
9:45-12:00 KXL. Motical program.
10:00-11:00 KWJJ. Birtki.y konr.
10:00-11:00 KFE9C (214). Bqntt pro-
10:00-19:00 KQW (492JC HoncohoM
nolpa. PCN program and araiie.
11:00-12:00 KPEC. reatnro mmuc
monta and mnaie.
11:00-12:00 KWJJ. Oregon la formation.
wtnmniT iwu un
12:00-1.-00 KFEC omi-claaaical pro
. Organ eoneert.
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12 :00-1 :00 KEX.
12.00 S:00 KWJJ
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2 :B0-4 -OA arprr
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Utility and laneaeoa
Kewa and ma sic;
Kedio Kaigkts and
"Hoorer will get the greatest
popular rote, erer giren a presi
dential candidate in Pennsyl
"Reserve" Called Oat
Senator Geotge H. Hoses, of
New Hampshire, who notified
Hoorer on Saturday of his nom
ination spoke at the conference
today of the "reserre strength" of
the republicans in some states.
"We hare tremendous republi
can reserves in the east which we
can call out in a presidential race
and we intend to do so since we
know we hare a battle ahead
said Senator Moses. "The dem
ocrats know they must carry fire
of the big eastern states which
Gorernor Smith is calling debat
able ground. 'We intend to re
move these states from the debat
Mark Reaua. manager of the
California Hoorer campaign pre
dicted that the candidate would
make "one of the greatest Ameri
LBV OUTBREAK IS
I1EP0RTED IN BRAZIL
RIO JANEIRO. Brazil. Aug. 14.
- (AP) The diamond regions 1a
the states of Matto G rosso and
Goyas hare been thrown into' an
uproar by roitlng prospectors. Ber-
oral towns hare been looted and a
number of murders committed by
the enraged na tires ; who claim
that they were paid by grubstak-
ers In counterfeit money. .
- The natlres found " they could
buy nothing owith ' money . which
they reeeired for weeks of toil in
the heat of the wilderness. -
; The prospectors turned bandit
and started an intenslre search for
the persons who, they claim, cheat.
ed them with the , fake money.
When police tried to prerent
them from entering several towns.
they burned houses and abused the
inhabitants. Sereral fights hare
been fought by police and small
detachments of soldiers with the
bandits who number sereral hun
dred hundred. One - police com
mander and sereral soldiers hare
The outbreak of diamond pros
pectors in Goyax and Matto G rosso
is understood to be distinct from
the political rerolt In the latter
state reported sereral days ago
through advices reeeired at Asun
cion, Uruguay. No news of the
political disturbances baa been
Have Big Outing
The employes of Vick Brothers'
garage and their families, with
the four Vicks and their families,
numbering in all more than 100
persons, motored to Cascadla Sun
day to enjoy an all-day outing.
This is the first summer outing
the Oakland-Pontiac "gang" hare
had, but they hope to make it an
The men, and some of the fair
plcknickers, deroted the morning
hours to horseshoe contests. A
baseball game between the shop
boys and the salesmen featured
the afternoon, with the shop work
ers winning. The picnic feed and
swimming were other diversions.
To Quit Bourbon
TMCNVKR- An. 14. f AP)
Urginr an drys of his party to do
likewise. Wayne Williams, aeure
prohibition worker, former attor
nrv Mnaral of Colorado and nrom-
inent in state democratic circles,
has declared he would not sup
port Gorernor Alfred K. Smith in
his campaign for the presidency.
In a formal statement Williams
declared that 11 Smith had come
rmt amtiIt Jannavr-v 1 . 1928. and
an noun rod that ha was in faror of
committing the party to a raoain
entlon af. .the elznteentn. amena
ment, he would not hare been
MAa soon as the nomination was
safely roted he sent to the con
rention a telegram completely re
pudiating the dry plank and an
nouncing he wouia sucna ionn on
a platform to make the country
wet anT in restore the sale of
liquor in the nation." Williams
charged in his statement.
Wife Writes For
News of Husband
Once Sale" Man
Anrone in Salem who .was as
sociated with Frank W. Ward in
publishing a paper In Salem in
the world war period, gotten out
for th bors both abroad and
at home." is asked to set in touch
with Mrs. Frank W. Ward, at Ham-
ilton. Ohio, accoramg 10 a ieiier
reeeired by the Salem chamber of
Mrs. Ward also wants to get
possession of copies of the paper
which her husband published. Her
address In Hamilton may be ob
tained -t the chamber of .com
RASKOB LAUDS MR
View TORS. Ausr. 14 (AP)
John J. Raakob. chairman of
the democratic national commit
tee, has described Herbert Hoo
ver's speech accepting the" re
publican presidential nomination
as "one that tends to raise poli
ties to a higher lerel."
"Gorernor Smith,.' he said, "is
the one that should speak first in
the democratic party in the mat
ter of commenting on and ans
wering the republican candidate's
"There was a tempered expres
sion of the issues as I presume he
bam them." Mr. Raskob said, re
ferring to the HooTer speech. "I
particularly admire Mr. Hoorer's
desire to elerate this campaign to
the dignity a contest of this kind
should command. My nope is u
on our side we will be able to keep
the campaign on a rery" high bas
"T feeliere the efforts of the po
litical parties engaged in a contest
of this kind should oe to educate
tha oeoole as to the merits o f the
issue they stand for and the char
acter and ability and represem
tlons of their respective candi
One common barberry bush may
produce S4,000.0ee,000 stem rust
spores in a. year, says the Depart
ment of Agriculture. One of these
spores, blown onto a grain plant,
mav nroduce a rust oustule con
taining 200,000 or more summer-
rust spores. Any one or tnese
alighting on a grain plant may
multiply Itself by 200,000 within
a week or so. , It all figures out
that nnder favorable conditions
the total spores of the second gen
eration would, read z&, xoiiowea
by 19 zeroes. .
To Gen. Obregon
MEXICO CITT. Aug. 14.
(AP) Memorial services for
President-elect Alraro Obregon
hare been ordered in all schools
for next Fridar. a month from the
day when General Obregon was
assassinated. There Is to benwo
minutes of silence followed by the
read in r of a sketch of Obreson's
life by the teachers. All traffic in
the capital will be halted for ten
5:00-6:00 KTTCC. Popnlar mnaie.
:00-6.'t0 KXT, (220). Organ eoneert.
0:00-7:00 KOW (327). Concert trio.
6:00-7:00 KEX (278). Utility and mv
6:00-7:00 KWJJ (350). Dinner eoneert.
6:00-7:00 KOIK (S19). Organ eoneert.
0:00-7:00 KTBR (229). Dinner concert.
6:00-7:00 KEEO (214). Symphony mn
6:00-7:00 KWBS (200). Smi-eleieal
6:30-7:00 -KXL. Children's program.
7 :00 KFKC. Utility.
7:00-7:15 KTBR. Road re porta.
7:00-7:80 KOW. Mnaieel travelog.
7 :00-S :00 KWBS. Concert.
7:00-8:00 KWBS. Popnlar mnaie.
7:00-8:00 KEX. Dinner concert.
7:00-8:00 KXL. Conrtoay program.
7:80-8:00 KOW. "Happiaaaa" program.
7:40-9:00 KTBR. Orcheatra and organ.
8:00-9:00 KOIN. Stndio program.
8:00-9:00 KXL. Colombia hoar.
8:00-9:00 KEX. Little aymphony.
8:00-10:00 KOW. PCN program.
8:00-10:00 KWBS. Stndio programa.
9:00-10:00 KTBR. htnaieal program.
9:00-10:00 KXL. Ifoo Ccr program.
9:00-10:00 KEX. Little aymphony or-
- eaeetra and vocaliata.
9:10-10:10 KOIN. Theatrical program.
10:00-10:80 KWJJ. Concert.
10:10-10:20 KOIN. Stadia program.
10:00-11 :0-KWBS. Reaneit konr.
10:00-11:00 KXL. Hawaiian hoar.
10:00-12:00 KOW. PCN lance marie.
10:00-12:00 KEX. Daace frolic, weath
er and police r porta.
10:30-12:00 KWJJ. Theater frolic
10:80-12:00 KOIK. Dance band.
11:00-1:00 KXL. Entertainment.
PCS 10:30-11:30 a. m. Woman' Ma-
rariae: 8-8:30 p. m.. travelog: 8:30-9.
novelty travelog; 9-10. oreheetra and
aaloiata : 10-13. dance mnaie.
KTI Lea Aacelea (468). , atndie; 7-
7 10 Hanrv Starr: 8-11. PCN.
KHJ Las Ana-elee (400). 6. toinga;
6:15, mnaie; 6:45, aowi; 7,veaJiU
and orcheatra; 8-9, eoaeort; 10-12, or
chestra and trio.
PRATT & RASMUSSEN
Plumbing and Heating
For a Complete Line of Crane Fixtures
4S4 Ferry Street
"Salem's Plumber for
Most Complete Stock of
Valves and Fittings
' in the City
164 S. Commercial St.
Wheal she failed to declare Bear,
ly. .920OO worth of clothing irpon
ber arriral In New .York after.' a
trfn ahrosul, Miss Mary Hoyt Wl
borg, an . amatewr playwright - of
note, .was tentatirely ordered by
customs of facial to pay' a fine of
OSOO. She said-some of the nde
clared articles were pniroaa is
' America, and was allowed a week
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Hhat new homeso long
dreamed of and planned on
only radiator heating,
jo? Springtime Warmth y
tn tts every room
An Tdeal REDILASH Boiler American CORTO
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2050 X. Capitol . -'. Phone 1959
of Crane fixtures
The traveling exhibit of Crane plumbing and
heating materials, bringing latest improve
ments for bath, kitchen, and laundry ,will be at
Thursday, August 16th
Friday, August 17th
You are cordially invited to inspect -the
new Crane fixtures and the Premier tlectric
water heater. See especially the Crane
Automatic Witer System. It makes city
comfort and convenience easy and econom
ical for the farm home, while it pays for itself
by increasing profits from stock and poultry.
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