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The 77w Oregon Statesman, Salem, Oregon, Sus&xy ZTonSng, SepUvO&W, 19t&' '
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OM LARGE FOR A CLASSIFIED1 AB
sv, f IK ' IUI II IM
fjL XiL ILJLJLA. V HJ
5- : -r
and repairing. Giese-Powexs Tmt-
FOR SALE Old newspapers.
16 cnti bundle. Statesman 1
tie. 215 Soata Commercial.
WANTED Used vluoi. la a
chaac ea Radios, phonographs, or
rarnitnre. tx. u. sua rurmtar
HOP BASKETS, Hop Hand
scoop. Hop rollor scoops. Hop
Meaanrinr Crates. Patent applied
for. Store and ran sea rebuilt aad
for sale. All aiaes worea wire fen
es. 2i Court St back of Bns
ach's. phono 124.-
M Sunday special on Storalla
mrer;reen wst Corn. River
Road Ottt JL Hunt. Route 8.
BARTLETT Pears, fl per buJ,
celrrered. Phone 27F15. (
FOR SALEM Scaranger service
call 187. ; ; --
J. A. S.NKED Hlgli grade well
drilling. 915 N. ISth. TeL
PAYING Uroeery Store." Pay
roll town near Salem. Light over
head. . Stock and fixtures about
11300. Apply Willamette Gro..
WANTED Misc. -
BUFFET, Kitchen Cabinet, Din
ing table and chairs, Singer sew
ing machine and other furniture
to eeli or trade for wood. 2295
Be. Church. Phone 1365-J.
WANTED prunes to dry IVic
per Tb. Phone 107F14. C. H.
5U ACRKS all cultivated. Build
ings. $100 acre. Trade for house
to $2500. Long time on balance.
144 Broadway St. '
MARRY if lonely: Join "The
Successful Correspondence Club."
Reliable; descriptions free. ' Box
556. Oakland, Calif.
IF YOU wish a wealthy, pretty
iff, write Doris Dawn, East
Cleveland, Ohio, (stamp).
WEALTHY young man; anxious
to marry. Ladies write Fern Grey
Station B, Cleveland, Ohio. '
WANTED to buy large or small
quantities of sound ripe apples for
cider and vinegar. Gregory Cider
Works, West Salem. Phone 2374 J.
WANTED DRESS MAKING
Plain and fancy. See Mrs. Bush,
194 0 Mcfcoy Ave.
POEMS set to music. Master
Craft Song Publishers, Seattle.
FURNITURE PACKING for
shipments. Giese-Powers Furni
EXCLUSIVE agents for the
Mueller, wood or coal burning all
east furnace. Get our prices be
fore installing. General sheet me
tal work. Capitol Sheet Metal
TEAM WORK of all kinds and
excavating. Phone Mayfield 72F2.
CAPITOL BARGAIN and Junk
kouse 105-145 Center. TeL 398.
All kinds of Junk bought and sold;
Rags, Sock, Bottles. Barrels,
wHiees, Pelts, Wools, Furs. Tallow,
Cascara Bark. Grape Root, Pitch,
Peppermint Oil, all kinds of iron
ana meiai -everything from a
aeedle to a locomotive.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Mink fur neck piece,
has four skins. Call 2591, Mrs.
W. C. Hawley, 989 Oak St.
FOR SALE Wood
REASONABLE PRICES ON
2 cords best, grade 4' Sec
ond Growth Fir ..$12.00
2 cords best grade 4' Old
2 cords 2nd grade 4 Old
2 large loads 16" Old Fir
. best $24.00
2 cords 4 Old Fir green
1 large load 16" Old Fir
iill block 5.50
1 large load 16" dry planer
wood orf car .. 5.50
Off. pile 6.00
See: our wood and compare the
price and quality before you buy.
, Can Deliver Immediately
FRED E. WELLS
hone 1542 280 S. Church SL
I DRY Grub Oak.f Phono 2356.
I ) DRY WOOD. Xir and oak. L.
C. Kelley, 2010 N. 5th SL Ph.
I DRY 16 in. qld fir. Phone 2356.
! DRY wood for sale. Second
irrowth and oak cord wood, -16"
old fir. T. Y. McCIellan, West
Stayton, Ore. I r
GOOD second growth fir $6.00.
Call 107F23 mornings or .eve
nings. DRY 16in. ojd fir. 4 ft. fir and
oak. Reduction on orders C. U.
Harbaugh. 838 Highland Ave.
GOOD DRY wood. Phone 72F2.
11. D. Mayfield
GOOD DRY wood for you D.
A. Larmer. Tel. 830.
GUARANTEED DRY wood
coal. Tel. 13. Salem Fuel Co.,
WESTEliJNION time. Trucks
for hauling. Wood to burn. Call
GOOD COAL DRY WOOD
II ILL MAN FUEL CO.
THE PORTLAND .TELEGRAM
Salem Agency. The Ace. TeL 030.
OREGON-WASH. Water Ser
rlce Co. Office 304 So. Commer
cial SL Ten per cent discount on
- domestic flat rate paid in advance.
No deduction for absence or any
cause unless water Is shut off
FIREPROOF, fall? eqaipped
Mission Hospital, 2195 Maple, el
fen complete svrrjesl ' serVice
Mrs. Viol Hanson, succeeds Mrs.
Era Porter, la management
Norm on Cottage to Maple
IT TOU hare troable wttk your
ee Dr. Eaton. 2(5 N. Coa'L
Glass ea at bedrock prices.
F. N. Woodry
12 Trs, Salem's leading Auctioneer
and FttTBitare Dealer
Residence aad Store
1510 N. Summer SL
H. F. WOO DRY SON
The AUCTIONEERS Who Sell
20 Tears Experience "
COL. A. L. STEVENSON, aae-
tioneer, 2 8 . years' experience In
the Willamette valley, for dates
or arrangements see F. A. Doer
fler, farm advisor. First National
Bank, Salem. Phone or write. A.
L. Stevenson, Corvallis. Ore.
R D. BARTON EX1DB Bat
teries Starter and generator
work. 202 South High.
U. S. L. Service Station
High St. at Trade. TeL 1341
THE MODEL BEAUTY PARLOR
112 N. Commercial. TeL 956
THE MODERN MAR1NELLO
For Men, Woman and Children
206 Masonic Bldg. Tel. 370
LLOYD E. RAMSDEN Columbia
Bicycles and repairing. 387 Court.
BOARD AND ROOM
ROOM. BOARD, single meals.
Snnday dinners. Alexandria, 1030
Chemeketa. Phone 153?.
DR. O. L. SCOTT, PSC. Chiro
practor. 256 N. High. Tel. H28-R..
Res. 2 104-J.
DRS. SCOFIELD, Palmer Chiro
practors. X-Ray and N. C. M.
New Bank Bldg.
DR. STAPRAN. Dietitian, Mas
ter Electro-therapist. 309-11 Ore
L. G. ALT MAN, M. D.. Homeo
pathic Physician, phone 147, 296
N. Liberty St.
Dr. S Ralph Dippel. Specialist
f wH??!?? SmJ' wont iroer Bro- 1 So. Ub
. 31a r rist Nat. Bldg.
HALIK ELECTRIC CO.
Electric contracting and repairs
Electric fixtures and supplies.
' Electric ranges and washers.
Ph. 2 461 N. Front
.FLEENER ELECTRIC CO.
House wiring by hour or contracL
Estimates furnished. TeL 980
471 Court St.
FLOWERS FOR ALL occasions
Olsen's. ) Court & High St.,
CUT Kiowera. weudtng bouquets
funeral wreaths, decorations. C.
F. Breithatipt. florist, 512 State
StreeL Tel. 380.
Permanent roomers Hotel Sena
tor Annex Formerly Terminal
Hotel. Attractive rates by week
or month. Phones in all rooms.
Inquire Hotel Senator, Phone 696.
WARREN F. POWERS
Life and General Insurance
210 U. S. Bank Bldg. TeL 607:peciality. Get our rates
THl ARTICLE CAUeiEt
V ALL OF MY TROUBLES!
THE E3RO RrJFFWlM
TO TOOTS A MISS
CASPER IS VyHAT EJC0URiiEt
THAT DEVOTED SLAVE
TO FALL. IN LOVE WITH
HER! IT BURNS ME
UP TO THINK OF Tl
Polly and Her Pals
1 i n'
TO MAWE OOTi HIS .
LAST MOMTHS' fZ I
PEPOCT AT Ef
1 oiiCB I ( MA AM I
ANDERSON 4k RUPERT
Iff S. Hla-a. TeL 1044
BXCKB at HENDRICKS
ISt N. Hlxh. TeL 111
LJLFLAR 4 ULFLAR
Ladd St Bash Bank: Bldg. TeL 140
W. A. LZSTON, Geaeral Insaranee
104-5 Masoale Bldg. TeL 1121
RICH L. RXIMANN
General Duaranee, Loans
210 N. High SC TeL SC5
215 Masoale Bldg. TeL 112
FREE ENLARGEMENT with
ferery 50e order Kodak work. Raw-
lings, Portland, Ore.
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THE WEIDER LAUNDRY
Telephone 25. 263 S. High
TRY THE HOME WET WASH
Laundry. TeL 171. 1250 B SL
CAPITAL QITY LAUNDRY
The Laundry of Pure Materials"
Telephone 165. 1264 Broadway
MATTRESSES RENOVATED by
the Capital City Bedding Co, 3030
North Capitol. Called for and de
livered. All work guaranteed.
FOR RENT New pianos. H. L.
Stiff Furniture Company.
GEO. C. WILL Pianos. Phono
graphs, sewing machines, sheet
music and piano studies. Repair
ing phonographs ami sewing ma
chines, 432" State street, Salem.
MODERN PIANO jasz Frank
Sutton, Waterman course. Studio
80 N. Cottage. Phone 2 165-J.
DR. F. DON BAYLOR, Osteo
pathic Physician and Surgeos.
General Surgery and Obstetrics.
Offices 304 Oregon Bldg. Office
phone 125; Res. 2061.
CHAS. BENNETT Painting
contractor. Painting, paperhang
ing. 22S3-J. 187 West Miller.
PHONE GLENN Adams for
house decorating, , paperhanging,
tinting, etc. Reliable workman.
PLUMBING and general repair
W a. vvv
FOR STATIONERY. cards,
pamphlets, programs, books, or
any kind of printing, call at the
Statesman Printing Department,
215 S. Commercial Tel. 502. '
for every purpose, for every
purse All standard sisea of Radio
Tubes. EOFF ELECTRICAL
SHOP, 335 Court St. TeL 488.
CONVALESCENT and rest
borne, facing Lithia Park, Ash
land, Ore. Delightful climate and
surroundings for invalids and old
D. H. MOSHER Tailor for men
and women. 474 Court St.
CAPITAL City Transfer Co.
226 State St. TjL 933. Distribut
ing, forwarding and storage our
WANT HIM TO
I We Move .
Store and Ship
Household goods. Oar specialty
1m piano aad fsmitnre moving. We
also "bake country trips. We han
dle the best
Coal and Wood '
Call o as for prices. Wo give
good measare, good nauty ana
gocsl serrlce.' ,
Larmer Transfer Co.
FRED W. LANGE., Veterinarian
Offiee 620 S. Commercial. TeL
1100. Res. TeL 1000.
LODGE ROSTER ?
CHEMEKETA LODGE NO. 1.
I. O. O. F. Meets every Wednes
day evening at (7:30 o'clock; third
floor of I. O. O. F. Temple, corner
of Court aad High streets.
New First National Bank
De l.uxe Shining Parlor
Experta for Ladies n Gentlemen
TURKISH BATHS. MASSAGE
Office Telephone 2214
Residence Tepnena 8933
Coffey' Photo Senire
TeL 708. Over the Spa
Morris Optical Co. 801-302-303
Dr. Henry E. Morria. Optometrist
; Telephone 299
Suitet 310 11-12
-T jleplvroe 1056
Ir. David B. Hill. Orthodontia
(Stnichteaing of irregular teeth)
Dra. O' Neill
A Burdette, Optometrist
Gee. R, Vehra U, D..
Day and Donaht
Attorney a at4Lav
Dr. C. Ward DjTia General Dentistry
TeL 8 IS. Evening by appointment
Dr. V. A. Johnson. Dentiat
Telepheae lS5 1001
ANDERSON & RUPERT, Realtors
169 S. - Tel. 1644
BARBER it BOND
200 Gray Bldg. Tel. 790
189 N. High.
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
147 N. Commercial. TeL 577
LEO N. CHILDS CO., Realtors
2,20 State St. TeL 1727
290 N. Church.
J. LINCOLN ELLIS
2295 S. Church SL Phone 1356J
HOMER D. FOSTER REALTY CO.
315 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. 842
GASKILL & EARLE
166 S. Liberty St. TeL 2242
W. H. GRABENHORST 4b CO.
134 S. Liberty SL- Tel. 515
220 U. S. Bank Bldg. Tel. 637
WwrV DON'T THEV
THINGS Rl&HT.? THERE WAS NO
EXCUSE FOR THAT ERROR U I
TO SUE THE "DAILY SCREAM" ill MAYBE
1 WAS SO COURTEOUS
THE REPORTER THOUGHT I HADNT KThrOwM
HER VERY LONc V. AS 1
ITS jETTINCt SO A COUPLE. HAVE
tronr to fi6ht like
TWO TIMERS TO
MAKE PEOPLE BEUEVE
i tyKJMrnruuui. hm i . 'L. ii .1..-1 r - - m
- - ' - - - - , n ..IiiMiJ Li If tm I t i if.
LAFLAR A LA FLA R
Ladd St Bask Bank Bldg. TeL 546
LARSEN OR RICE
225 Oregon Bldg. Tel. 174
W. A. L1STON
404-5 Masoale Bldg. TeL 1221
2074 North CapitoL TeL 2207
400 Oregoa Bldg. TeL 1170
W. O. MILLS
221H State SL TeL 175
W. B. MOSES
451 Court SL
. PERRINE MARSTERS
211-212 Gray Bldg. TeL 007
RICH. L. REIMANN, Realtor
210 N. High SL TeL 065
SALEM REALTY CO.
462 State SL Room 7. TeL 1004
210 Oregon Bldg. TeL 1935
SOCOLOFSKY & SON
304-5 First Nat. Bk. Bldg. TeL 976
. SQUARE DEAL REALTY
U. S. Nat'l Rank Bldg. TeL 470
TRIANGLE REALTY CO.
421 Court St. TeL 651
129 N. Commercial. Tel. 1254
U, S. REALTY CO.
442 State St. TeL 2660
1 F. L. WOOD
341 State St. TeL 794
Killed In Crash
PITTSBURGH. Sept. 1. (APj
Amelia Ear hart, first woman tc
cross the Atlantic by airplane es
caped injury yesterday when hej
biplane crashed at Rodger field
George P. Putnam, New York pub
lisher. who flew with Miss Earhan
from Rye. N. Y.. today also wa.
In coming down out of the air.
Miss Earhart's ship, the Avian,
truck a: rut breaking tbe landing
;ear. The ship turned on its side
tmashing the propeller and lower
?eft wing. Miss Earhart was at
It wa3 said at the flying field
that she will remain in or near
here until her ship is repaired.
Lions of Salem
Plan to Present
Farm Home Gift
Suggestion that the Salem
Lions f;lub. in cooperation with
other, clubs in tbe district, pro
vide the Children's Farm Home
at Corvallis with a combination
phonograph-radio receiving set,
was made by C. F. Giese at Fri
day's luncheon of the "local club.
The speaker of the day was Con
gressman Hawley. who outlined
tbe voluminous duties of tbe Pres
ident of the United States and the
manneriin whichhe is enabled to
keep informed on all of the mat
ters which come before him.
For the first time In approxi
mately 125 years, no morning let
ter mail was received at the ex
ecutive department here Friday.
This was announced by Al Nye,
who has served as statehouse post
al clerk for the past quaner of
a century. Tke executive depart
ment receives an average of 25
letter a day, more than half of
which arrive in the morn rag mail
" Other state departments
ceived their usual quota of mall
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ls.-ee a. Wk. :00 EZIi (32).
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12:te-l:eO SOU. Org rl.
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:Oft-S :0O XTKX (ITS). LRU ajmptrmj
S :0O-S KM K0W. PCM
(4:30) Bin drama.
4:0e-S:O0 KKX (374). Concert
Me as little Si saoaeer
S:0O-S:13 KQW. Seienee talk.
S:1-:S0 KQW. Staff artists.
S:0O-T:ft0-JCOIN (111). Orrti concert.
:0d-7:4S KKX (2T). Orna eeaeert.
5:00-7:45 KEX (J7S). Concert orches
tra by remote eeatnal.
:30-7:M KUW. cWmpnony bear
:3O-8:0O KXL. Dinner concert.
7 :0O-S;OO KOI.H. Orchestra.
T :0i :00 KUW. PinaieU.
7:45-8:00 KKX. American Plan com
:00-:tM KQW. "Snnday Eebeee.
:OO-:0 KOIN. Firat Chorch of
Christ, Sciential, services.
8:00-9:00 KKX. Concert eneesnble.
2:00-9:30 KX.L. CoJumbie hour.
00-9 30 KG W. PCX program.
1:00-10:00 KEX. Little Symphony or-
cbestrt, tenor and eentralte in concert
of opera airs.
4:00-10:00 KOIN. Musical comedy
:OO-10:00 KXL. Hawaiian honr.
1:00 10:00 KTBR. International! Bible
):3-10:0O KOW. Dance band.
10:00 KK.tr UtilitT.
10:00-11:00 KUW. Little Symphony or
cheatra: news items.
10:00-11:00 KXL. Popular entertain
PCS 3-4:30. concert: 4:30-5, Biblical
drama: 6:30-7:30, symphony hoar; 9
9:30, musical program.
KPO San Francisco ( 42'i) . 6:30, PCN;
7:30, concert: 8, organ ; 4:30, orches
tra; 9, PCN, concert.
SHQ Spokane (370). fi:30, PCN; 7:30.
church service: 9. PCN.
iJK Seattle (346). t. string trio; 7 8.
novelty; 8-10. orchestra.
KGO Oakland StVIK ff:30, PCN; 7:33,
church serrice; 9, PCN.
vHJ Lou Angeles ' (400): 6, doings:
6:15, music: 0:45. news: 7, church
service; 8 10. .symphony; 10, quintet;
Crl Los Angles (468). 6:1. talks;
6:30, PCN: 7:10. Father R card s sun
spot weather forecast; 7:32. music; 8,
Aeolian organ recital: 9. PIN: 9:30
10, soprano: 10. dance ontestra. ,
JFR-C San Francisco (454 1. 6. talk:
6:30, harp and soprano: 7:30, con
cert; 8:30. orchestra: 9:30, orchestra:
10. feature; 10:10-12:10, dance or
COMO Seattle (309). f. ladies trio:
PCN; 7:30. piano solos; 8. churrb
servire: 9. PCN; 9:30. ladies quar
tet; 10, orchestra.'
7:00-9:00 KXL 220). Musical pro
gram. 90.0-9:4.', KXU Portland F.arly birds.
J:0O-10:M) KWJJ Z50 . Concert.
9:0'-"::io KTBK (223). Women's pro
-KWBS (200 . Housewife's
9:30 12:00 KOIX (319). Housewife's
program and Town Topics.
9f."-i2:00 KXL. Home economics and
10:00-11:30 KG W (492). The Towa
Crier and happiness program.
10:00-12: 00 KWJJ. Court.-v program.
12:00-1:00 KOIN. Organ concert
12 :00-6 :00 KWJJ. Concerts.
12 :-6:00 KXL. Ailernoon presenta
tions. 2:0i-2:43 'KTBR. Music.
3:00-4:00 KOIX. News and music,
5:00-6:00 KKX. String trio.
6:O0-ff:30 KXL (220). Organ concert.
6:00-6:30 KOIN (319. Organ oneert
6:00-6:30 KEX. Utility service end
6:00-7:00 KUW (492). Dinner,-concert.
6:00-7:00 K WBS (200). Somirf laasical
6:00-7:00 KTBR (2.29). Dinner con
6:30 7:00 KOIN. Sports review.
7:00-9:00 KEX. Musical programs.
6:30-7:00 KXL. Children's program.
7:00 7:10 KTBR. Roau reports.
7:00-8:00 KWBS. Popular music
7:00-8:00 KXL. Courtesy program.
7:0O-8:O0 KG W. PCN nriv"."i
8:00-9:00 KOIN. Studio player.
i :00-9 :00 KTBR. tu.-i no.... pro
grem. 8:00-9:00 KXL. Studio program.
8:00-9:00 KGW. PCN symphonies.
8:00-10:00 KWBS. Studio program.
9:00-10:00 KOIN. Studio program.
9:00-9:30 KGW. Concert with KFOA.
9:00-10:00 KTBR. Recordings.
9:00 10:00 KEX. Trio.
9:00-10:00 KXL. Firemen's orchestra.
9:30 10:00 KGW. PCN program.
10:00 KKX. Weather,, police report,
10:00-11:00 KGW. Collegiates.
10:00 11:30 KOIN. Dance band.
10:00-11:00 KWBS. Request program.
10:00-11:30 KXL. Hawaiian concert.
11:00-12:00 KGW. Studio dance ro,
11:30-1:00 KXL. Popular entertsia-
m6" 0UT8IDE STATIONS
PCN 7-8, orchestra and vocal mesle;
8 9, symphoniata; 9-9:30, song paint
ings; 9:30-10, "House with Oresa
ECHO Seattle (309). 6. orchestra; 7
9. PCN: t. concert; 10 12:30, orches
tra 1 and vocal selections.
KPftC San Franciaoo (454). 6, Ceeeil-
ttmrmimr i ilia,
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a srw a i isr r a-s i s
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80 MUCH feKBK
GOTTA BE DOfOtf
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Ulan Burns Horn e
orxgon crrr. spt 1.
(AP) Martin Mikklesoa, farm,
er, who was found tied to a fence
on bis farm sear Sandy recently
within S0 feet of his home smok
ing; la embers, was charged before
Jostles Tatro Friday with burning
his own hons.
The information definitely
charged Hikkleoon with "burning
his home to defraud and damage
the insurer." The bonse was in
sured for $1500. An earlier fire
had destroyed the barn. The
farmer denied the charges and
said he was attacked and bound
by a band of men who set the
fire. Bait was set at $000.
PORTLAND, Ore.. Sept. 1.
(AP) William M. Jardine. sec
retary of agriculture, boarded the
eastbound Portland Limited at
12: S3 Friday at Hood River
after spending anight at
Cloud Cap Lnn. The secretary
made the visit to Oregon's famed
peak to study the site and plan
for the proposed Mt Hood tram
way. Betore leaving Mooa uiver,
he visited the washing and pack
ing plant of the Hood River Ap.
pie Growers' association.
Members of the committee ac
companying the secretary on bis
tour through the Cascades were
well pleased with the prospects of
development along tbe line pre
sented to Secretary Jardine during
bis stay in Oregon.
Of His Election
R. T. Bruce of Reedlville, an
nounced here Friday that he had
obtained sufficient pledges to in
sure his election as sergeam-ai-
arms in the, senate daring the
next session of the state legisla
ture. Mr. Bruce served as door
keeper in the senate during four
iessions. Colonel E. Mercer of
Eugene, for many years sergeant-at-arnis,
is not a candidate for
reelection. He is no serving. as
bailiff of the federal court in
Brothers Score 1
High As Judges
Donald Doerfler and Wallace
Doerfler, brothers, and Marion
county boys' and girls' club mem
bers, attended all three of the Au
gust judging tours with Polk coun
ty and, coincidentally, when their
scores were added yesterday by
Rural Supervisor William W. Fox,
both boys were found- to have
made a total of 14 S3 points out
of a possible 1,900. Scores of the
boys for each of the three tours,
to judge sheep, cattle and hogs,
were different. , In the tour early
his week, when hogs were judged,
icores were: Henry Gerig. 270,
Donald Doerfler, 390 and Wallace
A Michigan highwayman recent
ly held up a flapper and stole her
dress. Maybe be had a bad cold
and had left borne without a hand
kerchief. Ashland Tidings.
ians; 7, concert; 7:30, entertainers
8-10, jamboree: 10, feature; 10:10-
KUO Tacoma (154). 11, varied musi
KFl Los Angeles (4S8). 6, mala quar
tet; 7 9. PCN; 9-10, feature; 10, or
chestra. KHJ Los A a gales (400). S, doings;
8:15, -mane; S:4S, newa; T, vocalists
and organ; 8, Sun Dodgers; 9 11, r
KCO Oakland (3841. f. utility; S:S0
7:10. PON; 10. orchestra.
KJK Seattle (348). utility: 8:30,
dance music; 7. salon orchestra; 8,
stringed trie; 9-13, orchestra.
KHti-gpekaae (370). 8. rchestra;
6:45; Dough Beys; 7 9:30, PCN.
KPO Ssa Fraaciaee (422). 6, music:
7 9, PON; 9 10, stodio program; 10
By Jimmy Murphy
I DIDN'T KNOW Ybu WERE
I ALONE, CASPER. 1 1 COULD
V HEAR YbU TALKING TWO
i) BLOCKS DOWN THE STREET!
r AT FIRST I THOU6HT
J ?jOME KIND OF A CONVENTION
By Cliff Sterrett
eV SkamSSBl 4mT tl ft: - I
MOSCOW. SepL 1. (AP) ;
Soviet Russia yesterday made,
known Its intention of adberiar.
to the Ketlogg-Brtand Tenancies
tlon of war pact, at the same timej
linking to the treaty which wa
signed In Paris . on Monday the
Question of disarmament.
Announcement that the Soviet
government would accept the, In
vitation, extended through France
to adhere to the pact, was contain-
ed in a note handed to Ambassa-
dor Herbette, the French envoy ta
The note reviews the efforts of
the Russian government to bring
about disarmament and mentions
particularly the plan presented by
the Soviet representatives at Gen
eva for total disarmament.
"Having taken from tbe very
beginning of its existence as s
basis for Its foreign policy, the
preservation and the security o
universal peace, the Soviet gov
ernment always and everywhere
acted as seonstant adherent of .
peace and went half wS7 to meet
every stejp in this direction tbe
note says. "At the same time, tbe
Soviet government considered and
considers the carrying out of a
plan of universal and full dlsarnv
ament as the only means Of 'pre
venting armed confliot, because
in an atmosphere of general fev
erish armament, every competi
tion of the powers inevitably
leads to war which is the more
destructive the more perfect Is
the system of armament. " ' "
RcMrrvatlons Deplored .
The preamble to the note, part
of which is to be forwarded to
the United States through the
French government, makes clear,
that the Soviet government has
neither enthusiasm nor admira
tion for the treaty signed in Paris.
"The formula outlawing war Is
vague and contains many reser
vations whose aim is the elimina
tion of any likelihood of obliga
tions to maintain peace," the note
In Salem Under
Those For 1927
Twenty-seven 'building permits
(or structures totaling $33,725 In
estimated value, were issued in
Salem in August, according to the
monthly report compiled in the
office of Recorder Poulsen. New
construction was specified in 16
permits with values adding up .to
August last year saw. 47 per
mits issued for buildings valued at
$206,550, including one apart-
ment house which was estimated
to cost $87,500, and a store build
ing costing $20,000. There' were
no large buildings on the list for
August this year.
PORTLAND, Ore.. Sept. 1. (AP).
Dairy Kx:hene, net prices:
Butter: extras 49e; standard 4Se:
prime firsta 47Va'c; (irsta 46e.
Kggs: estraa 37e; firsts 34c; medism
eitras Sle; medium firsts Zle; under
sised 2 Ic. ' it
PORT LA MO, Ore.. Sept. 1. (AP).--Hay:
Buying prices: Eastern Oregon tim
ethy $21031.50; de. valley. fl7 17.59
alfslfs $16.50017; clover $13; est hay
$154915.50; sUaw, $7.50 ton; sela
prices $3 ton mere.
PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 1. (AP).
Cask grata : Wheat Big Bead bleeeasm
hard whju $1.1; soft whiu- $1t.
westers white $1.1$; herd wiotei
$1.09; aorthera spring S1.10; wes
Osta Ne. X $$ Is. white $32.
Barley Se. S. 45 lb, B. W., $31.
Cora No. S. E. T. shipment $44.?
Miltrna StaaearS, sz.o.
PORTLAND, Ore,, Sept. 1. (AP.
Poultry itiiir. - Broilers lt .
tc higher. Alire bens ever 4K lha, tS U
2tc; 4 to 4W lbs.. 20 te SJe; 3 te -
lbs., 17t: J lbs. and under. 15e; spring
sad Leg bene, ever 8 lbs., S3 te SV ,
under '4 lbs.. 25e; ander 2 lb., J7e.
Potatoes steed y4JuotatioBt ea bas
lieas oa be si a of 100 lb. sack. Taki. -
aetted gems, new $1.50 to $1.65; ldab -gobblers,
aear, $1.40; Yasrima gems, eli.
U. g. Me. 1. sOtf 7Sc; eembiaatiea aradv.
Oa.eas Beat varieties $1.1$ te I.T$
Better Steady, Pertlaati Dairy K.
fhaage nt wholesale prices: (Cubes'
Kxtra-t it; ateadarda,' $Hj pris,.
tirsta, 43c; firsU. 42e. Creamery rtee'x
Prints, Sc ever cube standards. , s
Kggs Steady. Pert la ad Dairy
thaage (set basis): sresh staadard
Iras, 29e; fresh standard flrata, tS4
freak saediaai eitras, $7; fresh asedit, v
firsts. Sac. Prices te retailers. IS)
ver escheats prtcea.
POET LAND. Ore.. Sevt. 1. fAFl.-
Totals for week (aoBreximstely) ; east V
.3970; ealres, 40; begs, 4910; ' she.
1655; ears, 1$0. l
Cattle ( compared with a week age)
Steers steady; ball steady te 35c big
er; eews aad heifers 356$ 50e aar cal
aad sealers aaerea. steady to $1 high :
aiga, aaestaas te fsiriy gooa steers,, fl
5013J5; less desirable kiadi. $10.71.,
11.25; eomaseas aad thins dawn b M
50; ten beifars ia leada, $10.15; e
head. $11: tea eews. $9.79; balk s
slack, medium aad lever grades; S
dewa; bells meetly $7.50 U $.50:.
1 1 L. . l m a c. , ; . .
beariea Sad tales . eWa te $$.$ ,:
aader. . 'i
Hera ( Cemaered with a weak as)
PUlag classes eteady; feeder gs'
lewmr: balk Brtt batchers. SJLAJ'
l$JOr mostly $i$.$5 er better; aaa bv
aieaeay at sii.ao; ararwesfata ss4
derweighte, $1$ dewa: extreme hear"
dawa to $10.50; packing hi a
$10910.$0; slasgbte pigs $11013 V
mesUy $11.S0 up; most feeder pigs k.-- -dsy
brought $12, aothiag Uter "alu'v
$1130 witk bulk at $11. a - -
Sheep Market eetably steady '
week in; Be Strictly abaiee lamb
farac!; fairly goe4 rslleys aaUiag at
Q 11.50. a few aear choice at llty l .
iea aad tbiaa dewa ta $9.50; a (ew.j . ,
liars $809; ewes. $ dewa. -,t .
ha market here Labor day. '
- A trads eownUcxiai "
ststsd that women tptni tte- I
cetrt of all cash paid In tilirt
Ths "eonseTra'tiTe . aspsct :of li
statsment was not . ezplsladiS.
Pittsburgh Post-Gatetts. - . t
Entorh9loe;lsts sar ths lifsf 'xt.
mat is from ctsht to 10 ream 't
is . beliered. f howTr, thatiftf
they have passed tbsir tifth'bl"
day they are too. feeble to S4I. . i
picnics. rLoutsTllle Times. . " ...