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SYRACUSE. N. Y,. Aug. k29.
CAP) Promising an early soro
tion o( the agricultural problem,
Senator Curtis! the republican
-; vice presidential nominee, yester
Aar called for the election of
, Herbert RooTer and of a republi
can congress to assure adequate
tariff revision." V
'The senator spoke at the New
York state fair. It was home and
j farm bureau day and farmers and
their families seemed to predomi
nate the crowd standing under
the hot sun before the band stand
from which be spoke for almost
The address was devoted almost
entirely to a discussion of repub
lican efforts on behalf of agricul-
, tare during the (past and a com.
parison of the party's record with
' that of the democrats.'
When Senator! Curtis mentioned
the name of Herbert Hoorer, the
; -back yard" or (Governor Smith,
the democratic presidential nom
inee, rang with cheers: Thursday
the governor will speak from the
The republican nominee again
arged non-partisan disposition of
the agriculture problem. He re
called that both presidential can
didates bad proposed to call con-
ferences to seek a solution. If
these fall, Curtis suggested that
h proposition : for appointment
aX a small joint congressional
commission be siren a trial. He
Relieved an organisation of an in
terstate cooperative marketing
plan offered one hope.
"But as a senator of the United
States,' he promised,. "I say to
- you that the farm question will be
aolved soon . after the next con
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Mrs. May Sutton Bandy of California, national women's tennis
champion 24 years ago and mother of four children, is staging a -tennis
comeback. She set a merry pace at the National Women's cham
pionships at Forest Hills, N. to down Mrs. Charlotte Miller of
New York In the opening round. She recently won the eastern turf
court championship at Rye, N. Y.
I say'thls because I believe t
members are In a mood to get to
gether. Dozens of remedies hare
been suggested. Congress has
been divided. You can't tell me
any question Is too big for con-
cress to solve if it gets down and
works n.i It."
The senator spoke almost with
out reference to a prepared ad
dress. When he concluded many
of the crowd surged about the
stand. His collar was unbuttoned
and his tie loosened as he turned
wearily from shaking hands with
those who had crowded forward.
. It was a busy day for the nomi
nee and he was shaking hands at
about every turn. After a break.
fast given to him by officers of
the New York state federation o'f
farm bureaus, he attended a
morning reception for republican
leaders at the Onondaga hotel.
More Than 75 Pairs Already
Registered In Albany's
ALBANY, Ore., August 29.
(Special) More than 15 sets of
twins are registered in - Oregon's
first annual twin round up to be
staged here Saturday afternoon, It
has been announced by the round
up committee of the Chamber of
Commerce, sponsors of tbe unique
event.' - i
' Elaborate- preparations . have
been completed for the reception!
and entertainment ' of the twins
and visitors and the largest crowd
In Albany's history is expected.
No charge of admission will be
Cleo and Theo Bogart of Cor-S
vallis, who will compete, are J 6
years old but have celebrated only
four birthdays, born on February
29. they have the distinction of
being the only leap year twins in
' Mrs. J. A. Freeman, of Oregon
City, mother of three sets of
twins, aged two, three, and four
years old respectively, is expect
ed to enter her six children and
a special .honorar7 cash prise has
been awarded her.
nnraion of Portland police, no
tably Archie Lonard who had giv
en spare time to . the ease, with
Tom Johnston, Ramsey's employ
er, and Sheriff Wellington or Co
lumbia county, . who found . the
body.r' r ... . -. : i
In his confession. White admit
ted he struck Ramsey, whose mut
ilated body was found in a crees:
that crosses the ranch, and felled
blm with a grubbing hoe that the
sheriff found near the corpse.
Then, he said, he and Shelton. tbe
other negro sought, carried the
body to the creek.
III MURDER CASE
ST. HELENS, Ore,, Aug. 29.
(AP) One of the two negroes
sought in connection with the
murder of M. C. Ramsey, negro
ranch foreman of Yankton, Ore.,
was arrested within 24 hours
of the time of finding Ilamsey's
body, according to word received
here from Pocatello, Idaho. Tay
lor White is under arrest there
and is reported to have confessed
his part in the slaying.
White was arrested through co-
GENEVA, Aug. 29. (AP) -
Th United' States and Canada
strove together yesterday to ob
tain the widest kinff or puoncuy
concerning the manufacture of
Thlr renresentativeg. Ambassa
dor Hush Wilson for the United
States, and Dr. W. A. Rlddell for
Canada, voiced their disapproval
of a draft project reported to the
commission which . is trying to
frame a convention for the control
and manufacture of arms, on the
ground that it did not go far
Both deleeates favored giving
the same publicity to arms manu
factured .by governments as to
arms made in -private factories.
Both Dr. Rlddell declared that
countries depending largely on
private manufacture snouia not oe
expected to furnish statistics if
countries depending upon govern
mental manufacture were permit
ted to withhold such figures. Mr.
Wilson said that he had grave
doubts whether the American gov
ernment would accept the public
ity provision as framed. He said
he thought the government might
deem it a retrogression rather
than a step in advance.
The draft provision will be sent
to the council of the League with
reservations attached and the
council and the assembly must de
cide whether, with the project sub
ject to differences of opinion, it
is feasible to convoke an interna
tional conference for its discus
sion. ' .
' Saturday y
3 BIG DAYS
Saturday is the last day of this Sale. Quick action ts necessary if you want to-save on Quality Clothing. Many days
will pass before you will have an opportunity to buy such Quality Merchandise at these prices. PLAN TO BE HERE.
HART SCHAFFNER and MARX, MICHAELS STERN,
BIEBER ISAACS AND OTHER FINE MAKES INCLUDED
IN THIS SHOWING.
Don't miss this last opportunity to buy a quality suit at half
price. It is a big saving. Next week the suits go back to
their regular value.
300 Men's Dress Shirts
Fine quality Arrow, Argonaut, attached collars. Neckband
and collar to match styles. Reg. $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 value.
Fancy check and stripe figured paterns d1 iA
3 for $4.25
ZOO Men's Dress Shirts
Arrow, Emery, Earl-Wilson; white English broadcloth, fan
cy rayon, striped madras, attached collars, collar to match
and neckband styles. Regular value to $4.00 Cl QC
Sale - - Pls7i
3 for $5.75
75 ' New Pastel Color Dress Shirts
Arrow and Argonaut makes. Solid color broadcloth, in tans,
blues, green and white. The newest in shirt creations. Made
only with collar attached. Sizes 14 to 17- tf0 AC
Sale tPiii O
All Pendleton Indian Robes and Bed Blankets Reduced!
MEN'S PULLOVER SWEATERS
Regular $6.00 to $8.50 fancy and plain patterns,
some coat styles also included in this QC
special lot. To close out ..........
ATHLETIC UNDERWEAR !
Fine quality nainsook, madras ftl
materials. Sale ... 03 C
S for $3.45 ' V
Regular 96.50 and 97.50 Men's
' DRESS PANTS - .
100 Virgin Wool Washougal Fabrics, paterns
to grey, tan and mixtures. . &M QC
Sale v .
Men's Reirnlar 95.00 Woolen
Park Mill Make . '$3 45
Men's Woolen -
Button style, heavy black weaters, -' J Af
Ideal for fall and winter Sale..'....
"' " SPORT BLAZERS v .
Fine for'fall and winter wear. Platd . :.JO QC
patterns, mixed colorings. TJnibif made $iW
Men' Reenter 92.SO Part ?ool C,-.,.:
UNION SUITS ,
Mottled gtey color . , j-'fi j gg
Reg. 95.00 and fd.Oo School Special
Light , tan, tine quality, narrow wale corduroy,
greatly in favor for young men. q C
Sale . . $JU3
BOYS' HEAVY SWEATERS
Coat style - a Qf
' BATHING SUITS
Reg. 5.00 Ben Ryb and Webfoot Bathing Suits.
High grade virgin wool garments, practically
every wanted color. Men and ladies. fj
BISHOPS SPECIAL GOLF BALLS
Regular 75c value OQi
8 for 91.15 94.50 per dosen
REG. $7.50 BQYS RUBBER " BLAZERS
Zipper style front, black, green and M jC
brown colors Sal e. ............ . I O
Boys' Long Pants Boys' Golf Pants
Sixes to 14 - ?fc9 CC
Regular $3.50 to $5.00 VJ
Regular 910.00 Ladles' Thermo
COAT SWEATERS , C
Made la beautiful shades of rose,: jade, blue
and tan. - Sixes 22 to 40. New this f ; QC
' season. Sale . . . ; . .'. . . . .... v
BOYS' FANCY SLIP-OVER SWEATE1
Sizes SO t.3C -'fcQ'i
Regular $5.00 We.
Plain color body with jacquard knit sleeves and
cuffs. Wonderful value for
Regnlar 93.00 and 93.50
Crochet style Fashion and Croyden knit ties,
itriped and plain-colors. An exceptional QC
values- " fJC
JUNIOR HIGH SUITS
Sizes 17, 18, 19. All wool materials In beautiful
twist effects. New colorings. Values l f JJ
to 135.00. Sale 11 el J
Fine quality, shaker style, black
with shawl coUar, Regular f 10.00
value. Sale ........ J....
Nettleton and Arch Preserver Shoes
Broken siies. If you can find your size in this
assortment yon will make a large 0 Q 7C
On sale, one complete line of new shoes and
several broken lines of Jregular Sf.50 to. $7.50.
Black and tan, Bostonian, Weyenberg r of
and other reliable makes. Sale...... V3QJ
; FINE QUALITY BOYS SUITS i
One long, one short pants. ; Beautiful patents.
Wonderfully tailored. - Tans ".greys. d1 Q 7C
mixtures. Beg. $1C.50, 118 values O
Bishop's CiotEmg Wobleini MillsStore, Inc
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"where savings care greatest"
160 No. LIBERTY
Young Men Who
Aspire to Success
Consider Well the
Question of Clothes
Clothes undoubtedly play an important
part as an aid to Success. The well
groomed man is more likely to command
attention and respect at any gathering
because precision in dress implies pre
cision of mind.
This Smartly Style!, well-made, Single
Breasted model -with Peak or Notch
Lapel fits perfectly into the role of
Success. .And the price is extremely
Extra Pants to Match 6.90
The fabrics comprise cassimeres fwlsts,
cheviots and unfinished worsteds if. the sea
son's newest colorings, in novelty weaves,
group stripes and shadow stripe
Of course, the early buyers wiV. have the adr
vantage of a fuller range X.' select from
Drop in today and look ova our Fall lines.
This Young Men's Model is also offered at
$1 9.75 Extra Pants to Match $4.98
$24.75 Extra Pants to Match $5.90
Your New Fall Fedora
It's A Marathon
Trim. Just right that's the feeling you win have
when you wear one of these new Marathon fedoras. All
we could say would not bea
enough to describe their ralue.
The Forecast." Concealed
welt edge, curl brim, full satin
lined, reeded leather sweat
banL Comes In tan, gray,
green cedar and bluestone. A
dress hat for the man who
peeds to look well.
"I Us Be Your Hatter"
and Be Happy
Shopping here is
sure-cure for the First-of-the
Blues." You Pay Cash
and therefore face the
future with no fear of
unpaid bills or credit
charges. Paying cash
makes you a shrewder
judge of values, too,
and curbs unnecessary
Yes! It Pays to
From Moredge Blades
Use Iforedge for a quicker
tiier shave. Fits your Gillette
5 for 25c
Belts for Men
Fall Grain Cowhide, plain
and two-tone effects. An ex
ceptional value at
Don't Miss These Values in
At a Real Low Price
patterns are fea
tured. Also plenty of
Plain Whites '
cut with j
bodies. nt i
7 mrm holt
"Ayon" Is Cooling
- The first choice of particular
ror a quick;
rfe size tabeT
Silk Socks for Men
' Silk and rayon best
with rayon plaited top. ;
mercerised toe and
b c e I, assuring good
service. Smart In pat
- tern. too. with newest
f a n e y effects. "Out
standing value at t . .
Quite At Ease
v Sore to Pleas
. There's nothing like plen
: ry of foot-room and just the
- right snugness around the
ankles to win a man's heart.
Gun Metal Calf. -