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The Nm Obsgon Statesman, Salem, Oregon, Friday, August 17, 1928
NIL REPORT '
Admiral Hughes Brings Off!
cial Information to U.
SUPERIOR, Wis., Aug. 16
AFX Admiral Charles P.
Hughes, chief of naval operations.
brought U President Coolidge to
day Information regarding the
navy's Innumerable activities and
gave the chief executive the bene
fit of his expert opfnion on a var
iety of subjects connected with the
i naval establishment.
! Coming to the summer White
.Rouse, following an invitation
from Mr. Coolidge, Admiral
t Hughes brought with him the lat-
est advices regarding all questions
connected with the fleet in the ex
pectation that the president would
review most of these. The presi
dent was reported as anxious to
consult with the chief of naval op
erations concerning legislative and
budgetary matters and eager to
' obtain his views on the involved
question of international disarm
ament. President Coolidge will be pre
sented tomorrow with a 125 pound
wheel of fancy Swiss cheesy by a
delegation of farmers from
Greene county Wisconsin.
The Superior Rotary club will
formally invite President Coolidge
tomorrow to attend the tri-state
fair which is to open here on
Labor Day. Other visitors will in
( elude a committee from the Wis-
consin association of postmasters.
President Coolidge has chosen
the 22nd of August to visit the
Apostle Islands. The trip will be
made in one day, during the
course of which, the chief execu
tive will cruise among the archi
pelago and visit the estate of H.
L. Gary of Kansas City on Mad
rxuAT Mouraro -
7:00-:00 KXX. C0). Hoeaaael )-
: 00-10 :00 KEX (7S). "
Hornet" girl. .
9:00-9:45 KXU Portias Karly BW
9:00-10:00 KWJJ tISUJ. tmnn.
9:00-10:30 KTBE (729). WoBwa's I
o-rwvi-j'ftn KWBS-(200). HootawUVa
9:30U13:00 KOIK (319). HouewttV
program a4 two topiet.
9-45-12:00 XU Coarteay prog-raaa.
. - .... run RivihdaT klr.
10 :00-ll :00 KFEC (214). Reqoeat pro-
ia:00-H:30 KGW (492).
a n 12 00 -KF.X . IotlMl terete
and aboppi" . .t
11:00 12:00 KEC. Tlk. 'I'
ll :OO-12:0 KWJJ. Orio mforoiaiioa
12:00 l:0(h-K01N. Organ fonrt.- ,:.
12 00-1 :00 KFEC. 8rmi-lieal -one
12 00-1 00 KEX. Conrert enw-mbla.
i3:00:0O KXU. Afternoon praenta
12 00-6:00 KWJJ
1 :00-2 :00 KFEC.
VtUity and lomrkoon
Pipe orsn re-
Kewi and aauaie.
Serai -rliicl mie.
Concert eniembJe nd
LIGHT SHED INI
IE BILL ISSUE
The so-called Dunne initiative
measure reducing motor vehicle
license fees in Oregon approxi
mately 60 per cent, can be with
held from the voters at the Nov
ember election at any time before
the ballots actually are printed.
This was announced here yes
terday by C. N. Laugbbridge, de
puty secretary of state, following
reports that an effort would be
made to have the issue advanced
on the supreme court docket. It
previously was indicated that the
supreme court would have to act
prior to October 1.
The circuit court for Marion
county held that it had no author
ity to withhold the Dunne measure
from the voters, and the case is to
be taken to the supreme court for
The suit to enjoin the secretary
of state from placing the Dunne
measure on the ballot at the
November election originally was
field by the state, upon relation of
John Carson, district attorney of
Plaintiffs allege that the mea
sure, if enacted into law, would
1 -00-8:00 KEX
5 00-5.30 KHW. Concert trio.
00-6:00 KFEC. Popnl.r me
t..nvnw. PCS "'Land
5-50 6:00 KGW. Concert lrM.
6:006:30 KV (220). Organ concert.
6:00-6:30 KGW 4V.it. ""-
6:00-7:00 KEX (27. ahwik-"..
a kMw nvnmm. It
6:00 7:PO KTBB (229). Dinner eoaeort.
6:00-7:00 KTO (zi. imo-r : - -
6:00 7 :00 KWBS
6:00 7:00 KWJJ (250)
v.ruiinn KOIK (319).
6:30-7:00 KGW. Dinner maaie.
6-30-7:30 KXI. -.Cnildren a program.
7 no KFEC. Utility.
7:00-7:15 KTBR. Road raport. (
7-00-7:30 KGW. FCR "Hewo . iaa.
7-00-8-00 KWBS. Popular innate.
7-00-11:00 KEX. Dinner dance concert.
7:30-8:00 KGW. 'Happineaa' pro
7-30-9:00 KTBR. Orchestra and arjaa.
m.nti Kit. Mnueal featvrea.
8 00-9:00 KOIK. Stndio programs.
8:00-9:00 KGW. PCS proaTama-8:00-9:00
KEX. Symphony Bcat'e a4
8:00-10:00 KWBS. Stadio program.
9:00-9:30 KGW. Stadio program.
n.nn-iA-rwt KTBR Prarran.
9:00-10:00 KOIN. Stadio program.
9:00-10:00 TvEX. Maaical comedy
9:30-12:00 KGW. PCK programs.
10:00-11:00 KWBS. Raqoeata.
10:00-11:00 KXU Hawaiian hoar,
in 00-11-30 KOIN". Dance band.
10:00-12:00 KEX. Weather, polio re
port, news ami dance frolic.
1 1 :00-l :00 KXI,. Entertainment.
PCS 5:85-5:30. "I,and ' Health"; 7-
7:30, Retold Ta'-a; 8 9. mnilaal re-
riew; 9:30-10, Moon M(ic; 10-13,
KF1 toa Ancelei 48S. 6, ymphon-
ette; 7, Hawaiian baritone; 7:30, sym-
pbenotte: 8, PCS: 9 10. PCS.
KOMO Seattle (309). 6. orchentra; T,
PCS; 7:30, orcheatra;8-12, PCM; 13.
newi aad maaie.
KHQ Spokane (370). 6. erereatra; 7 8.
PCS: 9. mnaic: 9:30. PCS.
KTA Sao Freneiaeo (S.3). , im; T,
mnaic; 8, 9, 10, dance mnaic.
KFRC San Franciaco (4J4). 6, T, 8.
featnro: 10:10 12:10, orebeatra.
KOO -Oakland (384). 6. Cllity: V,
PCS; 7:30, 8. PCS; 9. 10, concert.
KPO San Franriiioo (422). 6. mnaic: T,
eoncert; 7:30. 9, TCK; 10-12, PCS.
Grand Larceny Of $104,000
Laid To Head Of Stock
CHICAGO. Aug. It. (AP)
Roy C. Toombs, president of a
Chicago stock brokerage firm, and
head of a St. Louis insurance com
pany, was charged with grand lar
ceny of 9104,000 In bonds in a
warrant issued In SC Louis yester
day shortly after he had been dis
missed in municipal court In Chi
cago because there was no com
plaint against him. The warrant
accused. Toombs of taking the se
curities from his Insurance com
pany the International Life
and converting them to his own
use. He has not yet been rear
rested and his counsel, Eugene iL.
McCarry. said the governor of II
iinois would have to authorize the
arrest before Toombs would sub
through Immediate neglect
day was in connection with his ar
rest last Saturday night when St.
Louis authorities requested he be
taken into custody after insurance
examiners had found hia company
in distressing circumstances. He
was taken into custody without a
warrant, bat held by Chicago po
lice under $10,000 bonds until he
obtained a habeas corpus writ
yesterday and its sequel.
Tooms. who also was president
of a suburban bank in Downers
Grove nntil he voluntarily re
signed last week. Is accused of
manipulating securities of the in
surance company and his broker
age house. Toombs and Dailey,
causing the brokerage firm to go
int othe hands of a receiver and
leading the insurance company
into a similar condition.
Stdle File Petition
Clarence Stelle. vice president
of Toombs and Dailey, petitioned
for the receivership of the broker
age house blaming Toombs stock
Big Bears Good Actors
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OF PEACE IW
PERFORMINO POLAR. BEARS
Which will b soea in action when the Sella Floto Circus comes to
town next Wednesday.
manipulations for Its failure to
meet obligations. Stelle charged
Toombs had purchased f 2,000,
000 worth or securities from his
firm but failed to account for the
purchase cheek and had the com
pany affairs In such a shape that
only a receiver could straighten
The Insurance company also re
ported $3,162,000 of its assets are
Toombs maintains the charges
against him were part of a plan
to "freeze him out" of his companies.
More snails and frogs are eaten
in Pari!" than In any other city in
the world. I
If soap is distributed in pow
dered form throughout the air of
a room and ignited. It will explode
Fay Walling. 20. suffered
broken leg, body bruises and la
cerations and her brother, August
Walling ,18, a fractured shoulder
and painful cuts, when the motor
cycle on which they were riding
was struck by an automobile driv
en by Mrs. Cora an Pelt at the
corner of South Commercial and
Owens street Thursday afternoon
about four o'clock.
Both of the injured were taken
to a hospital. Mrs. Van Pelt has
been cited to appear in police
court to answer to a eharxe of
reckless driving. The front of her
'ear was badly damaged.
Makes Confident Predic
tions In Speech
played the game admirably; the
Balkans respect the League's au
thority and the League Is exer
cising real control over turbulent
"Canada is proud of her mem
bership in the League, and as long
as the United States seat remains
vaeantyAhe dominion feels that it
can Interpret America to the Lea
gue and the League to America."
Generally speaking a saaa of 10
has slept (.000 days, worked C-
00 days, walked S00 days, amus
ed himself 4.000 days, eaten 1S00
days and been 111 S00 days.
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass., Aug.
lt.-r(AP) International dis
trust in Europe has disappeared
and with It the need for maintain
ing huge military establishments.
Sir Herbert Ames, former financial
director of the League of Nations
secretary today told delegates to
the Institute of politics.
"Ideals of peace are develop
ing swiftly and surely in Eur
ope," he said. "In eight years 90
treaties of arbitration and secur
ity have been signed, and now
come the Kellogg treaties to ce
ment the remaining gaps. Today
there is no serious threat to Eur
opean peace, and there is reason
to believe the next 10 years will
see an even greater advance."
Europe's chief interest in the
Kellogg proposals, he said, is an
expression of America's mental at
titude, heretofore un revealed. Tho
treaties constitute only a first step
he said, that may be followed by
the creation of machinery to make
"Locarno," Sir Herbert declar
ed, "wrote a new page into Eur
ope's history. Since Germany Join
ed the League of Nations she has
One of the largest forests In the
world, situated between the Ural
Mountains and the Okhotsk Sea,
in Russia, stands on ice.
It Is not generally known that
flour, sugar, starch or grain dusts
are capable of working greater
havoc than a high explosive such
CASEY'S rheumatism and
neuritis remedy; specially
effective in all rheumatic
and neuritis conditions,
asthma, hay fever, drop
sy, gout; reduces pain and
swelling through direct
action on the stomach,
liver and kidneys: $1.50
bottle; guaranteed by
Nelson & Hunt Drug Co.
Corner Liberty & Court
Regular Price 60c lb.
Special for Saturday Only
2 lbs. for 50c
In lb. Lots Only
At the Original Candy
Special Store. .
The Yellow Front
1SS N. Com!. SC
Pen star Store
fOolls cannot be traced further
back than the reign of Queen
Anne in the early part of the 18th
To Resume Tasks
Earl Douglas, physical director
and athletic coach at Leslie Jnnior
high school, will return to Salem
about September 1 to prepare for
the coming school year, according
to word received here.
After taking work in coaching
and science subjects at the Unl
versitv of Oreron an mm or autinl
Dougles went to California for a
vacation and is also taking a short
course in coaching at Pomona
rsrmtwrki 19 I rx.
Tis not in mortals to Command SuccessBUT WE'LL DO MORE DESERVE IT!"
Burnett Bros., Jewelers ''Pay Vs As You Are Paid."
The Birthday Party Ends with a treat for the Boys and Girls
A T NINETY-FIVE CENTS A PAIR !
and a host of rare values for their Big Sisters and Brothers
Two Brunswick contributions to radio
arta highly-perfected, seven-tube set in
compact form and the Model A" Speaker,
a notable achievement in radio acoustics.
Both are priced within reach of everyone.
The radio pictured above is encased in a
handsome American Walnut cabinet. The
same interior equipment used in more ex
pensive sets appears here. Every sound
broadcast enters your home exactly as it was
created. The set operates directly and entirely
from the light socket. Model A Speaker
($35) a'so shown above, in every way forms a
suitable companion for this Brunswick radio.
Sold here a very convenient terms .
Sherman, play & Co.
1 30 South High Street
Salem Oregon r Telephone 2281
And forty other ccast cities including Portland, Eu
gene, Lorujview, Corvallis, Seattle, Spokane, Taeoma,
San Francisco, and Oakland. ' .
Foe Um last two days of the
Birthday Party we shall otter
a group of Ladies' Bracelet
Watches at this astoniabins
figure. Seventeen Seventy Five.
Ttaey wUl do ail that the twen
ty live dollar models will do
are guaranteed tor as long a
time and look as well aa the
Costliest you can buy.
On sale tomorrow and Satur
day tor S17.75 and on the
Burnett Budget Plan at that I
Take one for a dollar Pay
the balance $1 a week
V4 m i io)&m$
Diamond Ring &
Bare la another otter that will
hard to neglect a beautiful .
Diamond set Kngmscment rtns
nd a white gold Wedding
baud to match. Both tor fifty
Fay a collar down and a -t"ti"
The Roller Skates are to be sold at just about what the
the maker gets for making them m order to give the
boys and girls a treat. For these same boys and girls
will be 'looking at Diamond Rings and Wedding Gifts
in a few short years and we'd like them to know that
the Burnett Jewelry Store is the friendliest the most
helpful and one of the safest jewelry stores in this
good land of ours. .
The Roller Skates are to be sold at Ninety Five
Cents a pair which is far lower than a ball-bearing
roller skate has ever been sold for before. One
pair to a buyer, please, so that every youngster
may have a pair. If you have an account at the
Burnett Store just add a pair' of skates to it
"and pay us as you are paid."
ON SALE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
For a Man
Here la a man's ring that will
guarantee attention In any
dining room In America. Mas
sive gold mounting set with
one steel blue diamond of the
finest character. Featured for
the Birthday Party at $88.50.
and sold on the Burnett Bud
Take one for a dollar Pay
say $t a week.
8 a. m.
Exactly 2 pair
for the price
of 1 Pair
- -,SeBi lBeanaB1
Strap Watches for
Here la a watch that has all
the style and all the appear-,
anee of the modela we sell tor
five and thirty dollars of
course the movement has hut
atz Jewels and the best watch
es have fifteen bat its guar
anteed for a year - and with
care - will last a long . time.
Bought for the store's Birthday
Party end arrived in the nick
of Urns $13.45.
: Take eee for a dollar ray the
' Balance l a week.--
Pairs to go
the Famous 2
for 1 Shoe Sale
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