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Salem, Oregon, Sunday, Sep tcmler, 2, ; 1 928
Exercises For New Students
At Willamette Will Be
gin September 14
The official programs for
"Freshman Week" at Willamette
smtversity hare Just come off the
tress and contain announcement
of ft fall card for the incoming
stadents. Freshman week this
year will be September 14-18.
Regular university classciffw ill be
gin September 19. j s
On the morning of Sejptemtaj
14 freshmen will enroll with the
registrar and receive cards admit
ting them to the English! classify
ing examination, which will be
gve at 1:3d In Eaton hall. At 4
o'clock apper classmen will in
struct them in college songs and
yells at Chresto cottage, and In
the craning President Doney will
firs an official greeting in the
Dean Will Speak
At 8:3kSaturday morning Dean
frank mT Erickson will give a
short talk on "The Branches Of
Knowledge," and the rest of the
forenoon and part of the afternoon
Will be taken op with a tour of
the campus and with department
al conferences. In the evening
the campus Y. M. C. A. and T. W.
C. A. will sponsor a social eve
ning at the city Y. M. C. A. build.
Monday will largely be taken
np with registration, and at 4
o'clock the freshmen will have
their first class meeting, at which!
officers will be elected and a tem
porary organisation made. In the
eYening'the faculty will glre a
reception to the new students in
Tuesday the nppercclassmen
will register. At 8:30 that morn
ing Harold Eakin will address the
freshmen on "Student Finances,"
and at 9 o'clock. Dr. Franklin,
librarian, will give a demonstra
tion of the use of the university
librae. Dr. C. A. Downs, unl.
versify physician, will, give a talk
on "Student Health" at 10:30.
after which he will begin giving
physical examinations to the in
This program is designed to ac
quaiiit incoming freshmen with
tber practices of the school so that
by the time classes begin on Sep."
tember 19 they may be fairly well
adjusted to their new surround
ings and new work.
SPOKANE. Sept. 1(AP)
Governor Len Small of Illinois has
acquired all of the stock of. the
Ribbon Cliffe Fruit company with
orchards north of Entiat, Wash.,
on the Columbia river, it was an.
nounced here by Dr. Edison
Worthington of Spokane, vice
president of the company. The re
ported consideration wai in the
neighborhood of $100,000.
: The project consist of 73 acres
of apples and eight acres of pears
and is equipped with an irriga
tion system. Dr. Wortbington said.
Bruce McKinstry, a nephew of
Governor Small, will be president
and general manager of the Rib
bon Cliffe company, it was an
I Landscape architects fin
ally realized that nature
achieved more graceful
! pictures than the geomet
F rical designs and the gro
tesque trimmings that had
been th eir delight. So
they studied the way that
nature got her best ef
: fects. Irregular groupings I
ii of trees that framed pic-
! tures, vista s between,
masses in the background
was one of natures meth
ods. Now the architect
steps in. The kind of tree
is important. Evergreens ' '
must be mingled with de
ciduous. Maple leaves are
glorious in the fall, paper
birches add a touch of
have fiery berries through
the printer. In one place a
tree must be planted that
;) does not grow large
enough to block a view.
In others the mass of the
chestnut is preferable to
the lacy elm. Planned to
present beauty and color
in all seasons, Belcrest
will be an example of
m o d e r n naturalistic
landscaping. Prof. Arthur
L. Peck, and E. C. Heil
man are perfecting the
' planting. 1 i s t. Garden
lovers- will find its an-'
f . nouncement o f interest.
If Oil FOB
RECEIVED BY STATE
The state land hoard turned
over, to hte state treasurer during
the month of August 132,878.98,
according to a report completed
here today by George O. Brown,
clerk of the state land depart
ment. Items included in the cash
Common school principal, payment! on
loom. S87.730.72: common aeaool fund
principal, iaeMaa onree. $2931.61: com
mon school fuse, interest, f 25,400.08;
afrieaitnral college fand principal, par-
at, ea toaas, sioou; arricuitural col
lege fond, interact. $728.83; aaiversity
(and principal, pa rates It aa loans. $348;
anirsrsitr fond principal, iacoms source.
$52.76; aaiversity fand. interest, $360..
. Harai credits loan iaad principal,
M47.ll; raral credits kma faad. liUmt,
$972.94; A. St Borbaak trast aad prin
cipal, parnenti oa loans, $126.50; JL R.
Barbank trast faad, interact, $100; J.
T. PAppersoo faad principal, payment
on loans. $7500: J. T. Aoaeraon faad
principal, income coerces. $4229.52. aad
J. T. Apporsoa fond, iateerst, S200.
HUBBARD. Ore.. Sept- 1.
(Specical.) It is estimated that
over 1500 people will gather at
Playmore park, Hubbard, to par
ticipate in the many events on La
bor day, September 3. The Com
munity band will hold Its annual
picnic here and give concerts all
There will be professional high
diving, championship boxing bouts
and games of all kinds. An added
attraction and one that is creating
widespread attention is the para
chute Jumping from airplanes by
"Happy Loekwood of the Rankin
school of flying in Portland. He
will give several exhibition stunts
during the day and evening.
Playmore park is situated right
on the PacfJc highway, one-fourth
mile south of Hubbard.
CIVIL ID WAGE
NORTH 8ANTIAM, Ore., Sept
1. (Special) An old notebook
in the possession of a North San
tiam womap, contains these and
similar entries, made in Iowa:
"February 17, 181, ereditrto one
half day's wrork, 37 cents; Febru
ary 24. credit to one day's work.
75 cents; jaay. 1867. twa days'
work,, $2; credit to husking corn,
one and one-half days', $1.12.
Sunday 'callers at the ; Angel
home included Mr. and Mrs. Par
berry and son. of Jordan Valley,
and Mr. and. Mrs. Sidney Hamilton
and, grandchildren. Mildred" and J.
O. Sims of Oregon City.
Stanley McLaughlin spent four
days of last week sight seeing.
Places of interest visited Included
Crater Lake; and Klamath Falls.
Mrs. 6. W. Coble spent Sunday;
ax Newport with her on Vernon j
and Garland Huddleston of Wil
lamina. Frank Witcraft, Mrs. Ota Cum
min gs. Opal Staptapliton and Mr.
Whalen, who have been visitors in
the Witcraft home the past few
days, returned to their home at
MEDFORD. Ore,, Sept. 1.
(AP A new record for fsuit
shipments out of Medford to east
ern and. Oregon markets was es.
tablished with the shinning of 102
cars of packed and unpacked pears
Friday. All but six were ces
t inert far-eastern markets. The
besij?reviou8 record was set two
years ago with the shipping or 87
cars. This was closely approached
by Monday's shipment of 86 cars.
TO STATE'S VOTERS
Mailing of the measures pam
phlet for the November election
was completed by the secretary of
the state here Friday. Approxi
mately 313.125 pamphlets were
required to meet the demand of
the voters. . 100, &49 pamphlets
were sent to Multnomah county,
while 647 pamphlets were sent to
The pamphlet contains seven
initiative measures and one con
stitutional amendment. The 1st
tiative measures include the state
income tax bill, five cent gasoline
tax. reduction of motor vehicle
licenses.. and. four bills preventing
the appropriation of water for
commercial purposes on the Mc
Kenzie. Rogue. Umpqua and Des
-a tJ- rni-
C. E. Boyce of Portland, dm
ino an ntnmnhU with a finlc
license', became abusive when ar
rested Thursday night by a Salm
traffic officer in the nightly mm,
not properly equipped with light--Boyce's
car had no lights wlu:
r hnrninp ine orricer sai.i
threat was made that the am -would
cost the officer his jiv
Others cited to visit the recor.i
er'a office and answer siniik.
charges were L. Houser. SaUn
route 3; Lawrence u. wiair. i
North 14 th street; George A. Ni
Clenatham state tuberculosis
14th street: E. L. Ross. 330 Sou!'
16th; E. F. Burrell, Salem rw.
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Java Brown kid vamp with
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Black patent cutout tie with
inserts and underlay of sand
Fashion-knowing women who naturally seek
the "newest", most distinctive in footwear, and
who are particular about the appearance of
their feet; will find here this season an assem
blage of slippers, pumps and ties in colored kid,
reptile and patent leather, to suit all tastes in
the favored autumn shades.
Pump of beautiful blue kid
with narrow strap daintily
Java brown Aligator cutout tie
in all alicator or self color. Kid
McCALLUM SILK STOCKINGS are as rare as a June day-but not so unattainable.
There are McCallum hose of exquisite stieerness-also hose of medium or service
weight for those who prefer stockings slightly Heavier than chiffon. A prof usion of
lovely colors to blend with the new fall footwear.
$2.00 the pair . . ... Box of 3 pair $5.50
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