The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 29, 1928, Page 5, Image 5

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    The New OREGON STATESUANf Salem, Oregon. Wednesday Morning, August 29, 1928
Society Editor,
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CORES of friends from Salem
' ind surrounding towns gather.
4 it tbe Rigdon home. 299
' Nbrth Winter street, yesterday af-
'teTnoion- from three to fire o'clock,
".dlB the evening' from eirht to
iHn. Jo greet Mr. j and Mrs. Win
',nf1eid;Taylor Rigdon on the occa
lJtoa of their golden wedding an
me anniversary reception was
f jlfebnsored by the official board of
"tite First Methodist eharch of
w which the Rigdons bare been
prominent members for years
-'rs. E. J. Swafford was chairman
'pf the committee in direct Charge
"tof tbe affair. j
The reception hall and living
r rooms, decorated for the occasion
with" dozens of baskets of Mich
aaelmas daisies, sinnias.- marigolds
"ana goiaenroa. provided an at
tracMve setting for - the honor
"gnest. Mrs. W. Tl Rigdon- who
s charming in. si gown of laven
flr and silver. Mrs. E. T. Barnes
and Miss Oda Chapman were In
"rharge of the decorating.
The gnests were greeted at the
' door by little Miss Elisabeth Anne
"Herrick, granddaughter of the
'honor couple. Miss Marjorie Fon
"taine, assisted about the gnest
Miss Lnrtle Smith presided at
the guest book inj the afternoon
"and Mr. U. G. Holt was in charge
In the evening. Mrs. M. C. Find
' y and Mrs. W. C.i Young greeted
"ne guests at the door in the af
'wrr.oon, and Mrs. A. A. Lee and
'Mrs. B. E. Carrier in the evening
4 Assisting about the reception
'nail were Mrs. W. 'B. Minler a-nd
TfTs. Dean Bowersex and Mrs
'Ray Smith and Mrs. Carle E. Ab-
ra is.
'Mrs. Grant W. Day, Mrs. Carl
' Gregg Doney. Mrs. George Pearee,
ViMrs. 8. J. Butler, j Mrs. Ronald
CUrver. Miss Helen; Litchfield and
ttrs.Jaines G. Heltzel assisted
about the living room in the after-
Boon. They were succeeded in the
evening-by-Mrs. Bj L.
"Miss Alma Pohle.i Mrs. U. G.
"Boyer. Mrs. Frank G. Myers. Mrs.
Mildred R. Brooks. Mrs. E. T.
''Barnes and Mtss Beryl Holt.
Mrs. W- C. Winslow who was In
'charge of tbe dining room was
'assisted by Mrs. George M. King,
tors. Connie McMillan. Mrs.' L. D.
talker, Mrs. Asa I Fisher and
"Mrs. D. H. Masher in the after
noon, and by Miss Edith Llbby.
N!Srs. Dal Taylor. Mrs. A. L. WaL
' tace. Miss Gussie Nile and Mrs
f E, B. Millard in the evening.
; Presiding at the attractively
-''appointed tea table.! centered with
aa lovely arrangement of1 white
rosebuds and giadioU and golden
'Inarigolds and zinnias, circled
"with slender golden tapers in
"fitter holders, were Mrs, J. G.
'Fontaine. Mrs. C. Et. Clark, Mrs.
TP. J.-Knutz and Mr. W. C. Haw
'ley. Pouring and cutting ices in
!'the evening were Mfs. E. J. Swaf
ford. Mrs. Henry D. Kimball of
'Pasadena, California; Mrs. R. L.
1 Farmer and Mrs. J. Dale Taylor.
Miss Elva Nelson of Los An.
-teles. California, gave several
: musical numbers in the afternoon
'Miss Dorothv Pearce played a
-group of piano solos and Mrs.
'Hallle Parrish Hinges, sang.
Mrs. Charles Swan and -Mrs.
A-nbtcy Fletcher, daughters of the
-Rev. D. L. Spauldmg who per-
1 formed the marriage ceremony
fifty years ago. sang in me bt-l
-ening. Miss Pearce. .pianists ana
'Miss -Roberta Morton, accordian
'1st, each played an interesting
group of solos.
Mr. Rigdon was born in Powe-
sheik county. Iowa. February 16,
!1849. In the year 1850 he cross
ed the plains with his parents, Mr.
'anipMrs. Thomas Rigdon, settling
" on "French prairie, near Wood
burn. Mr. Rigdon was educated in
' the public schools of Marion coun-
tvand attended Willamette Uni-
"verfitv a short time. He follow
ed Various occupations including
' farming, teaching, sawmill work
aanj mercantile trades. In 1889 he
rathe to Salem and established the
'undertaking firm now known as
WJ T. Rigdon and Son..
Mattie Smith was born In Illin
ois trU October 8, 1857. She cross--ed
fhe Isthmus with her parents.
xMr. and Mrs. Absalom Smith in
'the year 1859 arriving in Salem
1 on Christmas day. The Smith fam.
Uiv first settled near Sablimity.
'but later moved to Jefferson
whre Mr. Smith built a sawmill.
Mr.' and Mrs. Rigdon were
married in Jefferson, Oregon.
AAgnst 28, 1878 with the Rev. D.
'L. Spaulding officiating.
TThe Rigdons have four child
- rea Mrs. Byron B. Herrick. Miss
" tefla E. Rigdon. Lloyd T. Rigdon,
"and Mrs. Harriet A. Mercer, all of
-Ssrtfm. and three grandchildren.
vvTInfleld C. Clarke, Elisabeth
-Hhhe Herrick and Ralph Hayden
Mereer, Jr.
RalDh Reno Rigdon. was
ddrowned at the are of five years
ind "Ethel lone Rigdon was klll-
ed in an automobile accident in
'Charles M. Smith of Jefferson,
I 'Ore gen and James Arthur Smith
I "ef Wasco. Oregon, both of whom
f attended tbe wedding of Mr. and
1 Mrs. Rigdon titty years ago
tiir living.
for. and Mrs. Lee
A$easide Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lee and
their son, John Coleman Lee, rfll
return later in the week after a
vacation at Seaside.
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J Returns From Visit
'In-Southern Oregon
Miss Carolyn Wilson has return
ed to her home In Salem after
spending a fortnight with friends
In Conille, Oregon. ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Kay ; .
Mfitor to Neskowin
,-. ;
V Mr.; and Mrs. , Thomas B. Kay
nt several days of the past
"WMk at Neskowto.
W. F. M. S. Jason Lee M.
E. church. Church parlors.
2:30 o'clock. Miss Bertha'
Kless of China, speaker. ,
- Thvnday - :
Benefit Garden party for
Fine juts building, U. of O.
Senator and Mrs. Charles L.
McNary country home, north
of Salem on River road. 3-9-
39 o'clock.
Friday . - ' -
, ChemekeU Chapter. D. A.
R. First fall meeting. Auditor-
ium, public library. 2:30
Benefit Event Is
To Take Place
URELT everyone is planning
attend the garden -party
tomorrow afternoon and cra
ning at the attractive, country
home of Senator and Mrs. Charles
L. McNary, north of Salem on the
River road. Those who have had
no opportunity to buy tickets for
the affair, which will be a benefit
for the fine arts building at the
University of Oregon, may do so
at the McNary gardens tomorrow.
The McNary country estate will
provide a lovely setting for the
tea which promises to be one of
the outstanding social events of
the season. A number of inter-
esting features are being planned
for the program by the commit
tee in charge of the afternoon
of which Mrs. Curtis B. Cross is
The names of several founders
of the Fine Arts museum and of
those who have given family
memorials have been added to the
long list of names" of Oregon fam
ilies which -will be Inscribed on
the walls of the Court of Remem
brance. The Court of Remem
brance will be open to the sky and
will be surrounded by the various
Presiding at the tea table to
morrow afternoon will be Mrs.
Isaac Lee- Patterson, Mrs. B. Il
Steeves. Mrs. Thomas A. Livealey,
all of Salem; Mrs. Oscar Hayter,
Dallas, Mrs. J. F. Landers. Mon
mouth: Mrs. W. J. Kerr. Corval
lis, Mrs.-Clarence W. Keene, Sil-
verton; and Mrs. George T. Ger
llhger, Portland.
A group of the younger girls
will assist in serving in the after
noon. They are miss uorotny
Moore. Miss Katherine Goulet.
Miss Frances Martin. Miss Helen
Darby, Miss Virginia Sisaon, Miss
Virginia Holt, . Hiss Bertha Bab
cock, Miss Betty Shipley and Miss
Yvonne Smith.
The following of the older
girls have been asked to assist in
the evening: Miss Josephine Al
bert. Miss Dorothy Baker. Miss!
Dorothy Bell. Miss Julia. Creech,
Miss Rovena Eyre, Miss Vivian
Eiker. Miss Ruth Fick, Miss Max
ine Glover. Miss Panline Know-
land. Miss Hejen Pollock. Mis
Nancy Thielfon, Miss Charlotte
Zleber. Miss Eugenia Zieber, Miss
Florence Power, Mrs. Galen Zen-
er, Hiss catnenne Hartley, miss
Maxine Myers and Miss Irene
Out of town guests from Port
land, Eugene, and all valley towns
are expected to be in attendance.
Mrs. H. Williston
Returns to Chicago
Mrs. Horace Williston (Bess
Havely) and her son, Horace Jun
ior have returned to Chicago af
ter a three weeks' visit at the
home of Mrs. Willision-s mother,
Mrs. J. K. Havely, In Portland.
Portlanders who entertained
Mrs. Williston were Mrs. Colby
Sanborn, Mrs. Ted Austin, Mrs. A.
H. Irving, Mrs. J. C. Havely, Mrs.
I. Viggers, Mrs. Gerald Mitchell,
Miss Sadie Havelyj Mrs. Forbes
Patterson. Mrs. Malcolm Gilbert
and Mrs. A. A. Knowlton.
Mrs. Williston was the guest of
friends In Salem several weeks
Salem Gronp Enjoys
Salem Group Enjoys
A group of friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter I Spaulding gather
ed at the Graham Canyon Camp,
west of Liberty, for a picnic Sun
day afternoon and evening. The
affair was planned in honor of Mr.
Spaulding's birthday anniversary.
In the group were Mr. and Mrs.
Paul V. Johnson.. , Mr. and Mrs.
Frank G. Myers. Dr. and Mrs. W.
H. Darby, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Col
ony, Mr. and Mrs. William Everett
Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy H.
Mills, little Leone Spaulding. and
Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Spaulding.
Week-End Guests at
C. Armpriest. Cabin
Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Armpriest
entertained Fred A. . Williams,
Bruce and Barbara Williams,
Ruth and James Armpriest. and
also a group of small boys, includ
ing Gordon Bache. Wallace and
Jean Tower and Donald and Rob
ert Armpriest who hiked to the
cabin from Salem.
Mr. Andrew Vincent .
Visiting Relatives
Andrew Vincent, well-known ar
tist, is visiting his mother -: and
sister in Salem this month. -
Mr. Vincent who is a graduate
of the Art Institute. Chicago, Il
linois, will be remembered here
fdr his Interesting exhibit of pic
tures with the Oregon artists col
lection shown at the Senator hotel
last spring and also at the state
fair last fall. - -
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House Guests at ; ;
Rollin Page Home
Mr. . and Mrs. . Rollin K Page
have as their house guests, Mrs.
Page's sister, Mrs. W. F. Randall
and her nephew. Jack Randall, of
Vancouver, B C -and also Mr.
Page's sister. Miss Albeaa Page of
Frilly Frocks ' Favored
i iy f ?pszssszm . Ymi
Mrs. Ira F. Warner, left, and Miss
ampton Kennel Clab Show.
Leslie Mt E. Group
Entertains For
THE LadiesAid Society of
Leslie Methodist church spon
sored an interesting informal
reception Monday evening in the
parlors of Leslie church, honor
ing Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown
lee who left yesterday for Hast
ings. Nebraska where they will
reside and also Mr. Frank Olson
and his daughter. Miss Evelyn
Olson, who are leaving Thursday
to make their home in Nampa.
Mrs. W. J. Linfoot, president
of the Aid Society, presided at
the program hour which was in
charge o Mrs. E. T. Barkus. Mrs.
E. A. Rotea, Mrs. Charles Teeple,
and Mrs. E. J. Tucker.
The Rev. S. Darlow Johnson,
pastor of Leslie church,- opened
the program with a few words of
greeting. Mrs. Mason Bishop and
Mr.: Floyd Mclntyre sang and
readings were given by Mrs-
Wayne Greenwood, Mrs. Clyde
French and Mrs. F. R. Ferguson
Miss Maxine Ulrich played a ban.
io solo, Mr. H. C. Leavenworth
read an original poem, and Mr
E. A. Rhoten gave a short talk
in behalf of the men's organiza
tions of the church.
The church rooms were attrac
tively decorated with baskets of
mid-summer flowers.
Eighty members of the congre
gation were included in tbe guest
group for the evening.
Dinner Party Given
For Mr. John Robins
Friends and relatives of Mr.
John Robins, Jr., motored to
Champoeg Park Sunday to honor
Mr. Robins- with a picnic dinner
and social afternoon. Mr. Robins
is principal of the high school at
Sisters, Oregon and has recently
returned to Salem after complet
ing a course at Stanford Univer
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
John Robins, John Robins. Jr.,
Miss Lorane Robins, Miss' Anora
Welch, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Noyes,
Miss Allie Chandler, Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Blevins, Mrs. Al Brown.
Mrs. Mary Lee Hewitt and Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Prescott.
Mrs. Henry Kimball
Returning to Home
One of the most Interesting
guests in Salem this summer has
been Mrs. Henry D. Kimball of
Pasadena, California who will
leave this evening for her home in
the south after, visiting friends In
Salem for more than a week.
A delightful reception was giv
en. Thursday axternoon at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. B. L. Steeves
complimenting the visitor. Among
the other affairs given for her
pleasure was the dinner party for
which Mrs. E.T. Barnes waa hos
tess Sunday. Mrs. lumbal r u a
house guest at the Barnes home
this week.
Week-End Guests of
Miss Adella Chapter
- Professor and Mrs. Florian Von
Eschen motored to Newport where
tbey were the week-end guests of
Miss Adella Chapler of Salem who
is spending the summer at . that
The Von Eschens left Monday
for Modesto, California, making
the trip by motor and visiting rel
atives in Eugene and Medford en
route. ' --."'r-.:--:"
Kloeppings Return
From Southern Trip
Mr: and Mrs. H. H. Kloepplng
and their daughter. Miss Dorothy
Kloepping, have returned from a
motor trip'jQier the Roosevelt
highway to southern Oregon and
northern California. They return
ed by way of Klamath Falls, Cra
ter Lake, Bend and the McKen-
zie Pass.
-, - . .
Mrs. H. F. Durkheimer motored
to Portland yesterday, remaining
for the day.
Geraldine Shepard at the Sowth-
Ernest C. Richards
Return From South
Professor and Mrs. Ernest C
Richards and their guest, Miss Lu
cille Reason of Council Bluffs,
Iowa, returned Sunday evening
from a motor trip to southern Cal
lfornia. They risited in Los Angel
es, Berkeley, and other southern
Von Eschens Honored
At Nye Beach Affair
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth. Randall
entertained Saturday evening in
their summer home at Nye Beach
with an attractive six o-ciock din
ner parry, complimenting Profes
sor and Mrs. Florian Von Eschen
who left Monday for Modesto,
California where they will make
their future home.
Recent Guests Here
Return to Seattle
Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders have
returned to their home in Seattle.
after spending several days in Sa-
lem as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles A. Lytle.
Mrs. Prince Byrd
Returns to Salem
After spending the greater part
of the summer In Bend, Mrs.
Prince W. Byrd and her two
daughters, Janet' and Betty have
returned to their home in Salem.
Miss Lily Brewer
Leaving for South
Miss Lily Brewer of La Compte.
Louisiana, who has been the house
guest of Dr. and Mrs. B. L. Steeves
for the past week, is leaving today
for Portland where she will visit
tor a few days. before continuing
to her home in the south.
Steeves Leaving
On Southern Trip
Dr. and Mrs. B.. L. Steeves are
leaving this morning by motor for
Marsnneld and North Bend where
tbey will remain for several days.
The Research Laboratories of
the General Electric company have
been 'responsible for the develop
ment of many of the electrical ap
pliances in common use today.'
Their latest achievement was
recently brought to light in the
form of a revolutionary type of
electric refrigerator. Their aim
was to prod ace the simplest, most
practical ' electric refrigerator
which electrical science could
achieve. That ambition has been
realised in their new General Elec
tric refrigerator which gives per
fect, refrigeration.
"Among the outstanding ad
vantages," says H. A. Nelson, Gen
eral Electric representative at the
Stiff Furniture company, "is the
simplified method of installing.
There are no pipes to clog), no
drainage to account for, no special
electrical wiring. Just plug in at
the nearest light socket and it
starts. -
"Another feature Is the fact
that it never needs attention of any
kind, no oiling, nothing to get out
of order.
"It uses very little current and
maintains a uniform temperature.
This item alone is worthy of spe
cial merit.
This refrigerator was built as
women really want it. Many wom
en experts were consulted. Good
Housekeeping Institute made sug
gestions which' were incorporated
into its design. Every possible con
venience was added to make it an
ideal refrigerator. ' l '
Liberal economists who declare
that every family should own t
least two motor , cars have " no
mercy at all on the traffic olice.
Washington Star.
Miss Roberts Wins
Beekman Prize .
In History
THE girls who hare won prizes
and scholarships this year at
St. Helens hall. Portland, are
as follows: Miss Mildred " Rob
erts, daughter of Mr.' and Mrs.
John J. Roberts of Salem. C. C.
Beekman history prise of S4I and
bronze medal; "Miss Janice Hedg
es, American Chemical society
prize of 120 in gold: Miss Grade
Kumler. medal for best essay oa
patriotism offered by National so
ciety of Colonial Daughters: snd
MUs Alice Deyereaux, medal for
a similar essay, on Lincoln.
For highest ratings in eastern
college entrance board examina
tions, cape- are awarded to Miss
Barbara E. Clarke, daughter of
Mrs. H. T. Clarke, for English and
Latin; Miss Sally Cannon, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson M.
Cannon for French: Miss Blanche
Coe of - Palo Alto. California,
As a senior attaining high aver
ages. Miss Sally Cannon receives
a senior scholarship honor.
In September, Miss Janet Stu
art Wentworth will go to Rad
cliffe on the anniversary scholar
ship tor the northwest awarded
by the Radcliffe alnmnae. Janet
is the youngest of the three
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
J. Wentworth.
As a final result of most suc
cessful college entrance board ex
aminations, Emma Wintler John
son, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W.
T. Johnson of Corvallls, who also
graduated last June, has now been
awarded one of the tew freshman
scholarships at ' Radcliffe the
James and Augusta Barnard
scholarship of 3300.
St. Helens' hall will open for its
59th year September 5.
ZENA, Ore., Aug. 28. (Spe
cial) The direct descendants of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Penrose held
a reunion Sunday August 19 at
Grand Island. Thirty-three mem
bers of the Penrose clan were
present, only one daughter, Mrs.
Lilly Penrose Nelson, and her
family being absent. Swimming
was the diversion of tbe day and a
bountiful picnic dinner was pro
vided by the women.
Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Walter B. Hunt (Minnie Pen
rose) and their children, Kenneth
and Helen of Zena, Mr. and Mrs.
Theo Burns (Francis Hunt) and
two children of west Salem, Mr,
and Mrs. Roy Stoutenberg (Rose
Penrose) and daughters Esther
Mildred and Muriel Stoutenberg,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Webster
(Elsie Stoutenberg), Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence and her childhren Ber
neta, Reeva. George, Irvin and
Melvin Penrose, Mr. and Mrs. Hor
ace Probst, (Esther Penrose) aad
three -children Beulah, Glen and
Melvin of Portland, Mrs. George
Menkenmaier (Hazel Penrose)
and children Beatrice and George
of Fort Rock, Mrs. Louis Penrose
of Unionvale and William Menken
maier of Fort Rock.
S. H. Barker, well knowri farm
er of Zena last week fell from the
hay mow of his big dairy barn.
He stepped .backward into the
feeding hole and fell seven feet
to fhe cement floor below. No
bones were broken but be suffer
ed a severely strained back and
Clover hulling is progressing
very slowly because of the damp,
cloudy weather. Hay and straw
baling will brobably be over by
September 1.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Henry and
Mrs. Mary B. Crawford were Sun
day afternoon visitors at the coun
try home of their friends, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles McNary.
NEW YORK. Aug. 28. (AP)
Wyoming was claimed for Her.
bert Hoover today by L. C. Hin
kle, republican state chairman of
Wyoming. Tbe tariff and dry is
sues, he said, would give the re.
publicans a majority.
"Everything produced in ; Wy
oming needs the protective tar
iff." he said, adding that in hi
opinion the republcians were tbe
only ones who could be trusted
to keep it on the books.
"The people of Wyoming will
not be fooled by opposition .party
promises to keep their hands off
the protective tariff."
"Wyoming will vote dry," he
assorted, and closed his state
ment with a declaration for cut
ting migration "down to the
lowest point possible."
rAPi 1 Mil fnr volunteer from
thn niw officer personnel to
enter aviation was issued today by
Secretary Wilbur in a communi
cation to all naval posts- and
One hundred orncers or tne na
val academy class of 126 ? have
been found qualified for training
to become pilots of the naval - air
station at Pensacola, v Fls hut
have not offered their services,
the communication said. t f f
The navy has - 400 n officer
aviation nil ots and 1 4 1 enlisted
aviation pilots. Only about SO
per cent or tne oincers ana ten
per cent of the enustea men - wno
became aviation pilot candidates
completed the course satisfactory
West Salem News
By Helen H. Rodolf Phone 2402J
Vincents Return -
To Reside Here
The Roy O. Vincents who oper
ated the garage connected with
the Harbesoa Service station un
til last June visited Friday with
the E. C. Wetherbees at their
home at the foot of the bridge.
The Vincents moved la Jaae to
Vernonia, Ore., but have returned
to Salem to live. Mr. Vincent is
working for the Valley Motor
Picnic at Dallas
Pleasant Affair
Miss McAdams attended the
Neighbors of the Woodcraft pic
nie Sundav at Dallaa. Invltatinns
were issued to all of district 21
which includes Amity, Silverton.
Corvallls. Newport, Albany, and
surrounding small towns. There
was a good program and speak
ing during lunch. The Dallas la
dles were the hostesses.
S. L. Burke took Mrs. M. E.
Davis and Mrs. P. J. Darby and
the latter's two sons, William and
Crawford, to Delake over the
week-end. They are visiting Mrs.
Darby's sister, Mrs. Ruff, who has
a store there.
Miss McAdams had Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd F. Harris from Los
Angeles as dinner guests Friday
evening. They motored up from
Portland, where they are visiting,
returning the same night
V. A. Smith has closd his lunch
and fruit stand on Edgewater
street and moved over to Salem.
On North Front and Shipping he
is going on with his former busi
ness of auto trimming.
A baby was born to Mayor and
Mrs. C. E. Green Wednesday, Au
gust 16. They have named her
Cecelia Elizabeth. Mrs. Greene
has been home over a week and is
feeling very well.
Mrs. Delia Flint, who lives with
her daughter Mrs. W. E. Osburne
at Amity is spending a couple of
days in West Salem. She is stay
ing with the Tom Miles on Fifth
The Gregory Cider Works are
pressing Gravenetein and other
ripe apples now for cider. The ci
der is sealed in five gallon cans
and will keep Jndef inltely.
SEATTLE, Aug. 28. (AP)
Inauguration of an air service be
tween Seattle and San Dieeo in
November, using huge Bach
planes carrying 35 passengers,
was announced here today by C.
D. Phillips, district representative
of the West Coast Air Transport.
a subsidiary of the Union Air
Lines, Inc., of California.
- Charles E. Eakins. nresident.of
the Union Air Lines, today was
reported to have announced in
San Francisco that arrangements
had been made with the Maddux
Air Lines and the Pickwick Air
ways to furnish the coastwise
The big planes from the south
will make connections in Seattle
with planes of other lines operat
ing to Vancouver, B. C. Phillips
The West Coast Air Transnort
now operates between Seattle and
Small Fines Are
Entered Against
One-Eyed Autos
Flues of $2.50 fordrlying with
only one headlight in working or
der and $1 for the lack. of a burn
ing taillight, were stressed Tues
day by Recorder Poulsen against
first of the violators gathered in
by the police in accordance with
(Chief Minto's declaration of war
on this class of offenders.
The following were arrested
Monday night and most of them
appeared in the city court Tues
Jacob Brown, Jefferson route
1: Emil Graves, Brooks; Loyd
Stephenson. Dayton; F. E. Neis-
wander, 1246 Shipping street; A.
W. Whitifoot, Salem route 7; Mil
ton E. Branscombe, 1195 ' Ship
ping; E. H. Bairey, 2220 North
Commercial; Bernard Flaxel,
20.40 North Church; G. Wolfe,
Salem; Robert Nett, 2455 Walk
er; dig S. Smith. Salem route 4;
W. Tallman, 12th and. Mill; S.
W. Smith, 1155 Belmont: Hilbert
Savage, Salem route 8; J. E.
Kraiger, 1025 North Commercial.
(AP) In a resolution adopted to
day, the veterans of foreign wars,
in , ; national encampment here,
commended the action of fifteen
nations in- signing the . Kellogg.
Briaad peace treaty "as a step in
the - cause of ' world peace unpre
ceadented in history.
The resolution also extneded to
President Coolidge and to Frank
B. Kellogg,' secretary of ' state,
congratulations ef - the veterans
organization-for their "mastery
statesmanship which resulted la
tffe treaty."
Accident Victim
Now Recovering
Touag Ralph Beatoa Is suffi
ciently recovered front; at ccI"
dent of a week ago Sunday to be
walking again. He was riding
with a friend at Tonealla, Ore.,
In aa xld Ford touring car. The
front wheel, mm he say a, began to
wobble so that they were forced
out of the rut they were in and
oyer a 35 foot grade. The other
boy was thrown clear of the car,
but Ralph .went dovta the grade,
suffering a broken left arm and
three broken ribs.
Mrs. A. F. Mariott of Edgewater
Court has house guests for the
week. They are Mrs. W, L. May
and small daughter Evelyn from
Portland, who motored no Tues
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Edwards
have taken one of the beautiful
new Edgewater apartments in the
Robertson building. Mr. Edwards
is the representative of the Un
derwood Typewriter company.
Sunday morning a son was
born to Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Can-
field of Kingwood avenue.
Straight From
PARIS (AP) Unpressed pleats
a recent development. A
summer evening dress in the col
lection of Bernar et Cle is a pale
green moire taffeta with a side
drapery, which, is softly folded In
to pieais neia ny a oig duckjo or
brilliants and turquoises. The
decollete is a deep U shaped in
Owe ten dollars and you're a
dead beat; owe a hundred thou
sand and you're a financier.
Vancouver (B. C.) Sun.--,
Ask year grocer for
new Crown Cake
Floar. Proaouaced
bt by foremost cater
ers aad cake bakers.
Nil m, ""i
If S
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Quality that is actually beyond com
pariaoa with any tire selling at or near
these remarkable loy prices. Rellixn
balloons are full-sized, full-strength
built by Miller to Miller standards.
An popular sizes at equally amazing prices
!('. - rf- , fit.
Mller Tire Service
Bo. Commercial a Ferry "Rass" Smith Phome SIS
' i 4 ' ? Harbison Stations
Capitol at MaAe4Weat Saleta 1095 So. Com'L Si..
Hearings Held At Lewistor!
On Road Asked By
Three Commissions
LEWISTON. Idaho. Ang. Vs.
(AP) A new kind of railroad
Case today focussed the attention
of rail men on the Interstate
Commerce Commission heajlrjr
here, In which three northwestern
states seek to compel a rallrbs
to extend its main line.
Oregon, Washington and Idaho,
through their public service com
missions, wouia nave the union
Pacific system extend its railroad
from Homestead, Ore., to Lewis,
ton, Idaho. The extension, accord
ing to testimony being presented,
would open up minerals, timber
and "agricultural by-products ., to
trade and better the commercial
routes of the three states. The
railroad contends that the cost of
the extension along the Snake
river would be prohibitive.
Representatives of the public
service commissions here for the
hearing are E. E. Cleeland, Olym-
pia. Attorney; Judge J. F. Mc
Carthy, Boise. Attorney of 'the
Idaho State Board of Public
Works, and H. O. Berger, Traffic
3xpert of Olympia.
Representing the railroad com
panies involved are: A. C. Spen
cer, O. W. R. ft N., Portland; E.
Dorcey, Oregon Short Line, Salt
Lake City; Charles B. Foley, O.
W. R. & N., Portland; 1 B. Du-
Ponte, Northern Pacific, Seattle;
H. E. Lounsbnry, O. W. R. A.N..
Portland; Blaine Hallock. Baker
Ore. Intervenor for eastern Ore
gon; and a number of other rail
road officials interested,, includ
2spuf from
185 N. High
Between State and Court Streets
The "Silver Grays"
To Portland 7:30. 8:30.
9:30, 10:30, 11:30 ajn.;
12:40, 1:30, 2:13. 3:30.
4:30, 3;30. 7:30 p.m.
t8:30. -To
Corvallis 9:-0. 10:40,
11:40 a.m.; 4:40, 6:40,
7:32 pjn.
To Eugene 9:40, 10:40
a.m.; 3:40, 4:40. 7:32 J
To Roseburg 10:40 ajn.;
.'3:40 pjn.
'To Ashland 10:40 am.
To Independence and Mon
' mouth 7: 00, 8. 20. 10:40 "
s.m.; 12:40, 2:40, 5:40.
8:30 p.m.
To Dallas 7:30. 10:33
am.; 12:40, 33. 3:40
To Falls City 7:30 am.:
4: 35 pjn.
To Silrenon 7:00. 10:33
a.m. ; 5 p.m.
Suody only. tSar. tod Sua.
City Ticket Office
184 X. Liberty St.
Phone 36