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The New Oregon Statesman. Salenv uregon, neancsaay Mornxnn, Novemoer i, inzo
Meet At MY" Members of the
Ui-Y clab and junior division club
leaders will meet at the Salem Y.
M. C. A. tonight.
Clerk's Deputy 111 Julius R.
Wilson, cashier at the Marlon
county clerk's office, was missing
at the office Tuesday due to a
Demurrer OTerruled Circuit
Judge Kelly Tuesday overruled a
demurrer to the complaint In the
case of Pioneer Paper Company
vs. John Williamson.
Miss Nejr Returns Miss Helen
Ney, secretary -at Kimball. School
of Theology, returned Tuesday af
ter a week end visit with friends
in Eugene, where she formerly
Fry Made Defendant -An order
was handed down in circuit court
here Tuesday making Dan J. Fry
a defendant in the case Ileorge
Steinka vs. Hugh Worley and
others. . t r t .
Young Men Meet The council
of the young men's division of the
Salem T. M. C. A. met Tuesday
to discuss activities for the com
ing two weeks. Thanksgiving
cervices were discussed.
Demurrer Filed A general de
murrer to the complaint was filed
in circuit court here Tuesday in
the case of L. A. Hunt vs. Guy O
Smith and others.
Makes School Visits County
8chool Superintendent . Mary L.
Fulkerson visited the schools at
Woodburn, Hubbard and Aurora
Pave Between Drop The city
paving department went to work
Tuesday morning and managed to
get in a half day's work before
the rain started coming again. On
ly four blocks remain unfinished
of this year's program.
Miss Carlton Here Miss Mil
dred Carlton of Medford arrived
the first of the week to remain in
Salem a week or so. She is a
guest of Dr. Estella Ford Warner.
acting director of the Marion
county child health demonstra
Expenses Listed Henry Smfth,
elected last week to succeed him
self as constable in the Stayton
district, was the first to file a list
in circuit court of his financial ex
penditures tor the campaign. Ac
cording to his statement, filed
Tuesday, he spent absolutely
Boys Posting Selves' Forty-six
members of the boys' division of
the Salem T. M. C. A. have stuck
pins in a large map of the city to
designate their home. The boys
tell Win Wolfe, boys secretary.
about their neighborhood and the
younger fellows who live in it as
they post themselves.
From The Dalles Ben It. Lit
fin. publisher of the daily Chron
icle at The Dalles, was In Salem
Tuesday calling upoa Governor
Pattered. Mr. Llttln has just
completed several weeks of inten
sive activity as manager of the
congressional campaign of R. R
Game Pays Well Total receipts
of the Salem-Eugene high school
football game here Armistice day
were $740, reports Principal J. G
Nelson of the high school. After
all expenses have been paid and
the visitors' contract met, the lo
cal school will have over $192 ad
ditional credit on its football
Speaks to League Miss There-
Fa Kraker of the Commonwealth
Fund of New York City spoke to
the Girls' League of the Salem
high school Tuesday morning on
"Nursing Education." Miss Kra
ker has been assisting at the
health center here for several
weeks, but will return to the east
Honors Extradition Governor
Tafterson Tuesday authorized the
extraditipn of LeRoy Annin, who
is under arrest in Portland
charged with bank robbery in Loi
Angeles. It was alleged that An
nin appropriated . approximately
$2000 of the funds the Zalza'.i
state bank. Officers who arrived
here Tuesday in quest of extradi
tion papers said Annin had con
fessed to the crime.
Road Petitions In Two peti
lions asking the'Marlon county
"court to make market roads of two
strips of road were filed with the
court here Tuesday. One, signed
-Cftar T) Iji Ta v Sastvi mA rt haro
amvwsm u a. awkviovu ana wauvso,
has to do with a six mile strip of
the Mission Bottom and Hnbband
road. Thayother, signed by B. E.
Bower and others, designates a
two mile strip of the Union Hill
and Silver Creek Falls road.
Water Salesmen Appear Maq
ley Parker and D. V. Capps,
charged with having sold a keg
of water to a state prohibition of
ficer claiming that it was. moon
shine whiskey, were brought be-
7 fore Justice of the Peace Small
Tuesday. They were given 48
hours in which to enter a plea to
th? charge. The two were arrest
d last week.
Vred Hannon Objects Fred
Hannon, who Is being sued for di
vorce by Viola G. Hannon, filed an
Tiffidavit in circuit court here
Tuesday declaring that he Is not
In a financial position to pay his
wife the $100 suit money which
he demands. He lost his position
(with a local furniture company
klua to the disagreeable publicity
aha gave him. he states, and since
rn has not had adequate em
ployment. yow rupe lxi Marriage
31; onses were issued from the of
TJce of th Marion county clerk
Here Tuesday to tls following
ti.ni V eT' 5W- Aums-
MTUle tarnisp n . .1 n
ptirsch. 34. Str.vton .,im) i...
i - . . a it ii rimcRa Mir
l 1 bothJf whom re venturinr
into matrimony for the llrt time
Ji"! " Alexader. 40. both of
nonert F. Stevenson. 10.
f. route 2v Salem, and Florence
FapeBfus,-17. of route 3, Salem.-
Stover in Portland The Rev-
H. C. Stover, pastor of the Knight
Memorial Congregational church,
rvas a Portland business visitor
Mrs. ITb-ich Better Mrs. J. B.
Ulrich. clerk at the Salem postof.l
flee, has been seriously ill for sev
eral days but is slowly improving.
She was threatened with pneumon
Has Appendix Operation Har
old Helford, IS, underwent an op
eration at the Willamette Sanitar
ium Monday night for removal of
bis appendix. He was living at
344 4 North Front street.
- MVs. Ny to Portland Mrs. G.
A. Nye left Tuesday morning .for
Portland where she will visit her
daughter. Mrs. Lois Satchwell.
Mrs. Satchwell is a former Wil
lamette university student.
Weatherford Manager R I ch -ard
Weatherford of Salem was ap
pointed basketball manager for
the coming season, at a meeting of
the Willamette university student
body executive meeting Tuesday
Dr. Van Nays Speaker Dr.
Walter" L. Van Nuys of Portland
was the chapel speaker at Kimball
School of Theoloev on Tuesdav.
Dr.an Nuys also spoke before a
class in religious education at the
class hour. -
Salem Students Listed Am on e
the 211 students listed eligible for
the new honors work at the Uni
versity of Oregon are Grace Mort-
ensen and Ralph B. Fisher, both
Sell Property Here Bechtel
and Sears, Salem real estate firm.
Tuesday announced the sale of the
residence property of Mrs. Ida M.
King on South Berry street to
Ivan Ramseyer. Mr. Ramseyer is
driver for the Falrmount dairy.
Serve Out Fine J. Justlnich,
fined $20 for disorderly conduct
following his arrest in a raid at
the J. W. Dewitz home, has paid
$8 of the fine and is serving six
days in jail in lieu of the remain
In Portland Hospital Dr. L. F.
Griffith, assistant superintendent
of the state hospital, has been in
ill health recently and was taken
to a Portland hospital Monday for
medical treatment. V. T. Golden of
the Golden ambulance service took
Confer on Institute Dr. J. D.
McCormlck, Dr. S. J. Chaney fit
Eugene, and the Rev. John Linn
motored to Portland Tuesday to
confer with other committee mem
bers regarding the Epworth
League institutes of the Oregon
Oliver In Pot land G. O. Oliver.
vice president of Willamette nnl
versity, preached Sunday morning
and evening at the Sunnyside
Methodist church in Portland. The
Rev. Paul Edwards, pastor of the
church, has been, critically 111 for
several days following an opera
Road Work Progresslnff Mr
and Mrs. Roy Snoderly of Jeffer
son were here over the week-end
to visit her mother, Mrs. Anna
Howard. Mr. Snoderly Is employ
ed at present on the Cascadia-Leb-
anon route of the Santlam high
way and reports that work on that
sector is progressing satisfactorily.
Seniors Postpone Stunt The
senior class of the high school has
postponed the "apparel stunt"
which was to have been given be
fore the assembly this morning
because the girls have not yet re
ceived the distinctive garb they
ordered. Exclusive garb of the sen
ior boys is the popular 'cords."
Addresses Ministers Dr. E. S
Hammond of Kimball School of
Theology read a paper on "Speak
ing With Tongues" before the
Salem Ministerial union at the
meeting held In the Y. M. C. A.
Tuesday morning. Mrs. Nlssen,
parole officer of the Girls Indus
trial school also addressed the
Goes to Oregon City Dr. Es
tella Bord Warner, acting dlrec
or of the Marion county child
health demonstration, will go to
Oregon City today to address the
Clackamas county teachers' instl
tute on "The Honor Roll and
Physieal : Examination of School
Children." It is likely that county
will have a health pageant this
year patterned on the honor roll
parade in this county. ,
Basketball Series On The ser
ies of lnterclaas basketball games
for girls at Willamette university
opened Tuesday with the freshmen
playing sophomores, and the- Jun
iors playing the seniors. This ar
ternoon at 4 o'clock the freshmen
play seniors, and the sophomores
plav the Juniors. On Thursday the
championship games will be play
Donald J. Bolter, of Suver
was a Salem visitor Tuesday. Mr.
Bolter has 320 acres ranch near
Suver. He states that the fall
planting' Is behind on account of
the ground being too dry to plow,
"This rain is a good thing for the
farmers and our plowing can be
finished now If we have some
good weather stated Mr. Bolter.
Papers Filed The Powers Dav
is Logging company with head
quarters In Marshfield and cap!
tal stock of $50,000. has been In
corporated by A. H. Powers. F. w,
Powers and Carl L. Davis. Other
articles filed In the state corpor
ation department Tuesday follow
HomesteadBakery. Portland, $28.-
000: Edward A. Boyrle. N. Ray
Alber and Rauben G. Lenske
Union Steel and Rail company,
Portland. $2600: Ray Woodbury
R. L. Martin and James 8. Guy.
The Willamette Fruit and Produce
company, Portland,, $8000; Harry
Hason. Joe Bards and M. Doyle
Barker Bakery, Tillamook. $10.-
000: A. H. Fendall. H, S. Wilson
and H. ,H. Wade. Hillside Hospi
tal eomnanv. Klamath Falls. $7
000; GeoxgaJI. Mrryman. Harold
C: Mrrym 'and'J. LrMerfyman.
Recklessness Charged J. H
Frey of route 9, Salem, was' fined
10' in municipal court Tuesday
on a charge of reckless driving.
Repairs Planned C. W. Tibbet
took out a permit Tuesday to re
pair a dwellingat 1095 South 13th
street at a cost of $500.
Hatch Pays Fine Trcy Hatch,
arrested Monday night by city of
ficers on a charge of drunkenness.
was fined $10 in municipal court
Wilson in Portland Kenneth
Wilson, manager of the Buick
agency in Salem I was in Portland
Tuesday afternoon In the inter
ests of his company.
Ford Men Away W. L. Phil
lips and Byron Wright, both of
the Valley Motor company staff
were in Portland Tuesday on bus
iness. Dr. Douglas at Labish Dr.
Vernon A. Douglaa of the Marion
county child health demonstra
tion, spoke before a community
gathering at Lake Labish Tuesday
night on "Diets for Children."
Past Commander Visit Lyle
B. Dunsmoor, commander of Cap
ital Post No. 9, American Legion,
in 1927. was in Salem Monday for
the Armistice day program from
his home In Portland.
Newspaperman Here .Bert G
Bates, . Roseburg newspaperman
who is prominent in American Le
gion work in Oregon, was la Sa
lem Monday for the Armistice day
. Three Forfeit Ball Robert
Nett. Harlow Klbtoy and V. H.
Mallory, arrested Sunday morning
by the police on charges of drunk
enness, each forfeited $10 bail in
municipal court when they failed
to appear Tuesday.
Visit Cutler City Mr. and Mrs.
S. P. Kimball and Mr. and Mrs.
K. B. Kugel spent the week-end
I at the Kugel cottage at Cutler
City. They report that rain fell
steadily In bucketfulls. Hunters
I in the vicinity killed large num
bers of ducks.
Returns to Desk Miss Fern A.
Goulding, supervisor of nursing at
the Marlon county child health
demonstration, returned to her
desk at the health center Tuesday
morning after a three weeks' va
cation, most of which was spent
Builds Cottage Gerald Volk
of Salem, who has been building
a summer residecne at Cutler City,
has it nearly completed.
Talmadge HI Dave Talmadge,
local printer, is still confined to
his home on South 1 3rd street. He
has been having an attack of
Baptist Group Meets T h
brotherhood of the First Baptist
church met In the church parlors
Tuesday night, with the Miipah
class acting as hostess. The meet
ing was the largest of Its kind that
has aver been held In the church
Radio Talk Scheduled Father
Buck, pastor of. St Joseph's
church will speak over radio sta
tion KEX, Portland, on Thursday
night, November 15 at 8 o'clock
It will be under the auspices of
the Catholic Truth society, of
which he Is a director, and his
subject will be taken from a chap
ter of a book he has recently writ
Examinations tStven Health
examinations were given at the
Stayton schools and also at the
health center in that town Tues
day by Dr. Edward Lee Ruesell of
the county child health demon
stration, and Miss Verna Lang,
Play to be Boon The first of
a series of one-act plays to be prefff
sented before the high school stu
dent body by members of the
Snikpoh dramatic society will be
given Friday morning. Norborne
Berkeley, debate coach and his
tory instructor, la coaching the
play. Lady Gregory's "Spreading
License Suspended Fred F."
Megert, charged with speeding
and falling to give right of way.
was deprived of his driver's li
cense for 60 days when he ap
peared In municipal court Tues
day. He was arrested following a
collision in which his automobile
figured Sunday at 17th and D
Census Coming in Most of the
district census enumerations have
been received at the county school
superintendent's office. The com
plete enumeration for Marlon
county will be read snortly after
the first of next month. The an
nual school figures are used as
the basis for distribution of coun
ty and state funds to the various
Funeral Here Today Funeral
services for Mrs. Rose Seals
Brown, 78, who died Tuesday
morning at the Old People's Home
Home where she had resided for
the last three years, will be held
this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at
the Rigdon mortuary, the Rev. D.
J. Howe of the First Christian
church officiating. Interment will
be In the old people's plot in the
Lee Mission cemetery. -
FIND IT HERE
Say It With Filbert
Every night S:30 to t at the
Fnrnitore Upholsterer '
And repairing Olese-Powers
Christmas Card Problems
Easily solved Just ' phone 109
and ask. our salesman to call with
samples. Commercial - Printing
Dept.. Statesman .Publishing Co.;
215 SV Commercial. : ; j
Old Time Dance Crystal Garden J
Rvery We, and at.; nightT"'
Mrs. H. F. Scturidach, formerly : F- cemetery.
Jennie May Campnell of Salem.! Mr Prescott. for many years
. . . .. . w. employed as reporter on various
who died at Detroit, Mich., j0 on newspapers, is survived
DEES AT DETROIT
H,,F. Sqhaldach. better
known under her pen name ofjture tore
Marloca Schaldach, died suddenly
in Detroit. Mich.. October 29. She
was formerly Jennie May Camp
bell, daughter of the late Mrs.
Lydia Campbell of Salem Heights.
Few of her early associates
have realized how she, like many
other native and adopted Oregon-
ians, had worked her way to a
place in her profession that was
very close to the top. During the
past 15 years, she has written for
many newspapers in the United
States; and she was considered
one of the best paid writers in her
field. She counted among ner
close friends many of the most
noted people from coast to coast.
A few years ago. she purchased
Center Island, one of the San Juan
group, near Victoria, B. C, and
plans were under way for develop
ing a permanent home there. Aft
er a private funeral, the remains
were cremated. The urn will be
placed on Center Island, surround
ed by flowers, shrubs, and rock
Mrs. Schaldach is survived by
her husband, H. F. Schaldach, and
a daughter. Mrs. Orla Jane Wood
bury, of Corvallis,' Ore.
Lake Erie Swept
By 4(X-mile Gale
CLEVELAND. Nov. 13. (AP)
Churned up by the fury of a
40-mlle wind, the waters of Lake
Erie stranded two Cleveland boats
on the lake shore Monday. The
stranded vessels are the Edward
J. Berwln, an ore freighter owned
and operated by the Franklin
Steamship company, and the Cora-
lia, owned by the Nicholson Uni
versal Transportation ""company
The wind tonight had died down
and both vessels, It is believed,-
will easily make' port tomorrow,
Sy it "With Frberta
Tire Repairing Krpertly done at
at Herb Hansen's, 1106 N. Com
INEXPENSIVE GIFTS for
clubs, birthdays and weddings
may be had In our giftry. Visit
this entire room of gifts. Pomeroy
AUCTION WED. NITE 7 P. M.
at F. N. Woodry's only Auction
Market and furniture store, 1610 1
N. Summer St. Electric washer,
electric vacuum sweeper, floor
lamps, phonongraph, rugs, lino
leum and furniture and furnish
ings from two Salem homes. Pri
vate sales dally. New and used
WED. NITE 7:O0 P. M.
F. N. Woodry'.
This sale comprises the for.
alture of the homes of J. L.
Blevins and Mrs. Korfo.
Walnut cabinet phonograph,
new 5-tube radio with built
in speaker; X flat-top walnut
desk ; 1 electric washer, S
beds with springs and mat.
tresses, several good used
rujrs and carpets, linoleum
and linoleum rugs, dressers,
tables, sewing machine, floor
lamps, electric t a c n n m
sweeper, range, heater,
Bridge Beech cook stove,
small tools. Kitchen ntenslm
and dishes and many other
things, ; t
PRIVATE SALES DAILY
FARMERS' DAY ACTTflok
BVKnY SAT. It 80 P.'M. :
CMshpaid for nsed fnrnitare
TtuweAlt. Established 1910
West Salem News
By Helen H. Rodolf
i Mr and Mr A. lw Haken oflS
Portland ate the guest of , Mrs. The Jaeksons motored from Kan
Haken's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. f by the southern route through
R. Peterson, i mt. tiaxen is one or
the musicians at the Panlages the
atre of Portland. i
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On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Theo
dore Laehr of the t River Bridge
.' Grocery spent the" :dajr j ; visiting
Mrs. Laehr's mother, Sirs. E. S.
: Stark of the Black Bird Inn at
. , ., -. .i
4 - Rather phenomenal for this time
of the year, all of the cabins at the
Riverside Camp Ground, West
: Salem, are filled.
-Mr. and Mrs. J.; Jackson with
their daughter and son,; Vera. and
Roy, from McDonald, Kansas, are
visiting Mrs. Jackson's aunts, Mrs.
- Funeral services for Herbert S.
.Prescott, who died Tuesday morn
jing at his home , at 1690 South
i Church street, will be held Thurs
day morning at 10:30 o'clock
jfrom the Rigdon mortuary, the
'Rev. Norman Kendall Tally of the
First Presbvterian rhurch officlat-
ling. Burial will be in the I. O. O.
by his widow, Alice Prescott, and
two sons, Gerald W. Prescott, pro
fessor at Willamette university,
and Ward H. Prescott), photog
Mr. Presrott was employed on
the Capitol Journal here for sev
eral years prior to 1919 when he
went to the Eugene Guard where
he remained for three years. He
I then returned 1 to Salem and en
d he employ of a ,ora, furn,
Mr. Prescott was stricken with
As Fierce Gales
LONDON.Nov. 13. (AP) The
Daily Mail Monday received a ra
diogram from the liner Mauretanla
saying that some of her passengers
had been slightly injured during
gales which the ship had battled
for three days. The wind was re
ported to have attained a velocity
of 80 miles an hour with excep-4
tionally high seas.
The captain said that It was one
of the worst gales he had encoun
tered In recent years. The Matrre-
tania sailed from New York late on
the night of November 7T.
DR. R. T. BOALS
Physician and Surgeon
has resumed practice at 407
First Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
Phone 120 Res. Phone 2452
While they last
VIBBERT & TODD
- Things Electrical
101 South High . Tel. 2112
WILL BE THURSDAY
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Pay Your Bills
. on a Business Basis
IT IS not by chance that 95 of all business transac
tions are made by check and not by cash. There are
definite advantages that apply to the? individual as
well as the business house. j
Safety, convenience, a record of deposits and expend)-
tures, an automatic, legal -receipt for every payment, a
helpful bank connection are among the advantages
enjoyed by those! maintaining checking accounts in
this safe and helpful bank. We invitej your account.
It EM CIS III HDD R-A. L
- L. Gurk and Mrs. M. E. Davis
New Mexico. Arizona and Califor
nia; they will remain here for the
winter, also visiting relatives in
The new railroad side switch
for the racy wood yard was sur
veyed Tuesday. -Vhe track will
be laid in the; near future.
Recent arrests here include
those of Robert Hoi man at the
Mellow Moon dance hall for intox
ication; Francis Clark of Long
view, Wash., for intoxication and
speeding, and Donald Wilson and
Walter VehrsLalso of Longview
for possession of liquor. Clark was
fined $105 and Wilson and Vehrs
were assessed equal amounts.
Mrs. Rose Seals Brown, 78, died
Tuesday morning at the Old Peo
ple's home where she had lived
the past three years. Funeral
services this afternoon at 2:30
o'clock at Rigdon's mortuary, the
Rev. D. J. Howe of. the First
Christian church officiating. In
terment in old people's plot. Lee
Mission cemetery. There are no
Herbert S. Frescott, 62, a for
mer newspaper man. died Tuesday
morning at the residence. 1690
South Church street. Funeral ser
vices at 10:30 o'clock Thursday
morning from the, Rigdon mortu
ary, the Rev. N. K. Tully and in
terment will be in the I. O. O. F.
cemetery. He is survived by his
widow, Alice M.; two sons, Gerald
W. and Ward H., both of Salem;
three brothers. Lewellen of Ash
land, 'Albert of Los Angeles, and
Justin of Waterloo, Iowa; and one
sister, Mrs." Mabel Smith of Los
t . ).i Fuhrnian
la thie city, November 13, Mrs.
Mary Fuhrman died at the age of
4 8 years. She was the wife of
jonn runrman. rne remains
have been forwarded from the
Rigdon mortuary to Astoria for
funeral services and interment.
At a local i hospital November
12, Francis M. Harwood died at
the age of 43 years. He was the
brother or OrvIIle Harwood of
California. Ray and Ted Harwood
of Tacoma. and Clarence Harwood
of Wendling, Oregon. Funeral
services were held Tuesday, No
vember 13, at 4 p. m. at the Rig
don' mortuary. Interment was in
City View cemetery.
MT. CREST ABBEY
LLOYD T. RIGDON, Mngr.
FIXE TORIO reading lemca. We in
ure your glawea against braakage.
Thompson-Glutsch Optical Co.
110 w. Ocium'l St.
John J. Rottie
415 State St.
Expert Shoe Fitter
. RESJRV. ITBJEM
PROMISED AD uLUB
Under the head of "Cold Type"
RIenry R. Hayek, one of the best
known typographers in the west,,
will attempt to prove to the Salem
Ad club at its Thursday noon
luncheon that type actually Is not
cold" and austere when properly
handled in the preparation of fined"
Mr. Hayek has addressed sim
ilar meetings throughout (h4
northwest and is the author of
numerous essays on the printing
art. He was a regular contributor
to The Printing Art," a technical
He is coming to Salem upon in
vitation of William Paulus, pres
ident of the Ad club, and business
men generally, as well as cluil
members have been urged to hear
this talk. He -expects to bring to
Salem an interesting exhibit to
illustrate phases of his presenta
tion. Eight Students
Attend Seabeck !
Eight students from Willaml
ette university attended the Seat-
beck "Y" follow-up conference at
Newport .on Saturday and Sum-
day. Those representing Willami
ette were the Misses Jean White,
Doris Steele and Elinor Palmer,
and Harold Sltgllhart, Ivan White!.
tr . .... o . T- .
and Ceoil Harmon. Students who
have attended the summer conj
ferences Ijeld by the northwest
Larue Yellow Female
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Telephone 234 O-M.
for particular people
Big assortment to choose
from. Buy cake from your
"The Two Witnesses Attacked,
by the Reant of the Hottomles
Ready to Ser?e
Our fleet of trucks are at your
service. If you want moving
or hauling work done careful
ly and quickly
Just Call 93
Fuel for Fall!
FUEL and DIESEL Oil
Also Gas & Diamond Briquets
Office 143 S. Liberty
council of the Christian associa
tions have found it difficult to
carry out their respective cam
puses the programs formulated at
the summer sessions, and the New
port conference discussed this
Other Oregon schools represent
ed at Newport were the University
of Oregon, Oregon Agricultural
College, Albany College, Lin field
College and Pacific university.
Neary 70 students were registered
altogether. Discussions were led
by Ray Culver, student secretary
" c A. Dr 8ort.7 t the
department of education at the
University of Oregon, and by Joha
Warrington of the student Y. M.
C. A. at O. A. C.
The Tillamook county coirt has
petitioned the public service com
mission for permission to estab
lish grade crossings over the
Southern Pacific j tracks, at Lake
Lytle and Twin Rocks.
The Oregon, California and
Eastern Railroad; has filed appli
cation for permission to establish
several grade crossings between
Sprague River and Bly.
We have a 1927 Chevrolet
Coach fully equipped, new rub
ber and In A-l condition In ev
ery way, priced at f 475.00.
Tha House That artU flails"
Dr. Edith V. Witzel
Osteopathic Physician and Sur
geon. specializes in diseases of
women and children
Office 428 Oregon Bldg.
Phone 778 Res. IL251-J
You may eat what you like
and when you like if you
Guaranteed or Money Back
Price 50c per Box
Origins! Yellow Front Drug
Phone 107. X. 135 ConTIt.
The Peiilar Agency
Warehouse 889 N. Liberty