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The New OREGON Statesman, Salem, Oregon, rttexday Morning, December 25; 1928
sgQmlly Row Has
&Fatal Result As
-. . . - . . . -
Portland, Ore., Dee. 84.-
CAP) George Howard, If. Is
.ktd, and his brother, Ben How-
ard. is in the-eonntw Jail, held on
an open charge In' connection with
George's death, following a fam
ily quarrel at the Howard
'- George He ward was taken to
the count? hospital In an uncon
scious condition and died without
regaining eonsclonsnestr An In
quest will be held - Monday, v .
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Poverty and fatlure shadowed the
little Colonial house which Byrd
Browning had Just touch t. hoping
tcai ii weuia revive tarry s love ror
her - and hie4 bitercat In a home and
children. For Byrd Browning, brought
up In a email town. - was trying to
ilapt herself to her fast-moving, mag-
nf iic young ftuiMBO, out - an soon
discovered that Jack Duncan, his bus
iness associate, was plunging him Into
aeo instead c making him rich
he promised. Larry s .friends were
lively and spendthrift, and Larry, too,
waa spending- his enure income, even
me targe sums ne waa continually Dor
row ina from Mr. Hamilton. Br rd' a fa
ther, on useless extravagance and on
inoia uamptell, a former sweetheart
Pat. Byrd'e young sister, who lived
with them, was going a rapid Dace.
Byrd became alienated from Marry
Duncan, who was taking steps to di
vorce ner irastMnd. jack gave a party
at the Knickerbocker club, where he
was living, and Pat attended It. Mrs.
Hamilton, By rd s mother, who was vis
iting her daughters, to Iter horror dis
covered Pat "under the Influence of."
(NOW GO ON WITH THE STORY)
BYRD ate her breakfast alone.
" Mrs. Hamilton refused to
speak to her, and Pat wai
lying In bed. 111.
Byrd was grateful for the pres
ence of Mandy. She helped a little
to coyer her feeling of terrible de
pression. It seemed to Byrd that
all her efforts since her marriage
had been in vain. She "telt that
everything waa doomed, her mar
riage, her home, her whole life!
A shiver trickled every now and
then up and down her spine, as
'he recalled the awful scene of the
night before. .
- She would remember to her dy
ing day the look on Pat's face as
Henrietta's tall, lank figure, re
sembling, in her high-necked, long
sleeved, cotton nightdress, one of
Dante's avenging angels straight
from purgatory, glowered in the
Mrs. Hamilton had wormed ev
erything out of . them. She had
learned that Pat wasn't in bus
iness college. She had learned that
she was spending the allowance
her father had given her to put
her through- school, chasing
around. She had learned that she
was working in a department
store. And horror of horrors, she
knew that Pat was "under the in
"To think I'd live to see the
day when one of my girls should
come to this!" she moaned. "I'd
rather see her dead!"
She had collapsed Into the little
rocker and sat with her head bur
ied in her hands, her whole gaunt
frame shaking with terrific sobs.
Byrd was terribly sorry for her.
"Moms; dear," said Byrd, diffi
dently, putting her arms around
her mother's shoulders, "it's not
as bad as that. Tou're just letting
yourself think the worst about
things. Pat hasn't been chasing
around. This just happened to
The Door to Opportunity
opens to those who hare ready money
Ctart Saviaes Account Tday
United States National iank
West Coast Bancorporation
Resources Over Twenty Million Dollars :
.""Mrs. Hamilton flung off Byrd's
arms as If they were riper.
"And you try to protect her and
excuse her she flamedup again
again. "Tou're no better than your
sister, young lady. I thought you
would have to set her a good ex
ample 'and that would straighten
yon out, too. Ton probably led her
into this." . ,
Byrd decided not to roil up fur
ther waters already turbid.
They had talked on and on for
hours, getting nownere, Pat and
Byrd taking turns trying to ap
pease their mother and tp convince
her that Pat wasn't the kind of
person that her mother seemed to
enjoy thinking she waa.
"Well, young woman." said
Mrs. Hamilton, finally, eyeing Pat
as if she were a leper that might
contaminate the world, "you're
going back to Jacksonville with
me tomorrow night."
Poor Pat! Byrd's heart ached
for her. She wished she could pre
vent her going back home, but
Byrd knew that her mother was
adamant when once her mind was
She nibbled at a little piece of
toast and dipped into her egg.
Her appetite was completely eone.
"Wa'sa matter, honey t" asked
Mandy, dolefully. "You ain't
enough to keep this 'ere little bird
Byrd tried to smile into Mandy's
"Did you ever read Aristotle?"
asked Byrd, suddenly. "His phllos
softhy was that even amidst chaos
one could find happiness. I don't
Mandy looked startled.
"G'wan, Mis' Browning, I heard
this Aristotle preach las' Sunday
and he says "
"You're fooling," laughed Byrd.
"Amanda Amanda you never
told me your last name, Amanda!"
"It's my last husban's last name,
ma'arrt," said Mandy. "My las'
name's Ammonia. Mandy Atni
While she was talking to Mandy
the telephone rang. It was Prog
ress Polk, asking her to stop down
at the bank some time during the
Byrd was glad to have an excuse
to get out of the house. .
She ran up to see Pat before
she left, but Pat was sleeping.
She looked like a pink petal
curled up under the garlanded silk
comforter, her face flushed with
its usual high color with every
sign of last night's orgy gone.
Byrd drove directly to Mr.
Polk's bank, and found him wait
ing for her In his private office.
"Everything's fixed up," he an
nounced, cheerfully, as she slump
ed into a chair beside his desk.
She looked tired and ill and wor
ried. "You better take a little va
cation yourself, child. You look
sort of caved in."
Mr. Polk looked at Byrd anx
iously. Her blue eyes, deep and
shadowy, had little pockets of
worry around them.
"You know the. old saying
about life being one damn thing
after the other?" smiled Byrd, a
She suddenly had the over
whelming feeling that she wanted
to tell Mr. Polk all her troubles.
It would help her bear them if she
could talk about them. He was an
understanding person and a life
long friend of her father's. His
kindly, open face seemed to Invite
"I'm sick with worry over the
Builders' Supply stock," Byrd be
gan. "Jack Duncan owns half of
It, and he may decide to apply his
'get-rich-quick' methods to It."
"There's some danger of his
manipulating it," said Mr. Polk,
particularly when he can throw
the blame, if necessary, on your
"I wish you'd approach him,"
Mr. Polk shook his head.
"I put the screws on him to get
this back," Indicating a check for
two thousand dollars. "We know
Mr. Browning invested at least
that much in those realty com
panies. At least, we compromised
on this in order to get the matter
"I'm so glad that Larry's out
of, that," said Byrd. intensely re
lieved. "If only we owned all ol
the Builders stock."
, "Well watch our chance. It may
corn sooner than we expect," he
Mr. Polk told Byrd that gossip
had it that Duncan naa nougni a
house for a woman who was for
merly his stenographer, known
about town as "The Canary." He
had also bought her a ear, jewels
and expensive clothes. One of
their own detectives was keeping
pretty close tab on his affairs.
"And I happen to know that the
police are weaving - a fatal net
about him. They've received in
structions to see (hat he doesn't
leave town," Mr. Polk Informed
Byrd. "That's to be kept strictly
under the hat.
"On, is it as bad as that?" cried
Byrd. "How terrible for Margy
and his children!"
Byrd was distressed. It couldn't
be possible that Jack Duncan, a
friend and partner of Larry's, was
facing disgrace and rum and prob
ably a long penitentiary sentence
"I predict that it won't be rery
long now when xnoney'll grow
scarce and you'll have a chance
to buy back his share of the Build
ers' stock, repeated Mr. Polk.
He handed Byrd the check for
two thousand dollars.
"Keep it here until I'm read;
to use it," said Byrd. ,
She was thinking that she
hadn't the least idea where she
could get the balance required to
purchase Jack's stock. But she'd
get it somewhere. Her reputation
and Larry's depended upon that
As Byrd walked through the
revolving doors leading to the
street, there seemed to be a subtle
excitement in the air. The clamor
of newsboys' voices, the hurrying
of people to the corners, where
they were congregated, buying pa
pers, gave her a premonition of
something tragic having happened.
'All about prominent broker be
ing jailed for attempted murder!
All about an attempted .murder at
a wild drinking party! All about
attempted murder! Murder!
With fingers that had suddenly
turned into little Icicles. Byrd
fumbled In her purse for three
cents and pushed through the
crowd. She managed to buy a
She hurried back into the bank,
into the ladies' lounging room, and
dropped into a chair. There It
was, an eight-column streamer. In
type two inches high.
JOHN DUNCAN JAILED FOL
LOWING WILD PARTY
FISTCDPFS FOLLOW QUARREL
Jack Duncan, prominent broker,
smashed the nose of a well-known
citiien during an argument at a
dinner party in Duncan's private
suite at the Knickerbocker club
Duncan was-accused by his as-
WlaWipf having sold him twenty
thousand dollars of worthless
stock under the most fraudulent
The altercation developed into
a battle which lasted until the
men could be separated. Duncan
is out on ball on an asault and
The prosecution has a list of the
guests and will call them as witnesses.
Duncan's wife, Margaret Mc
Manus. formerly of Ypsllantl,
Mich., is suing Duncan for divorce
on grounds of desertion, gross
neglect and cruelty and sensation
al developments are expected at
the trial, which has been set for
the first part of November.
Prosecutor McAvoy says he will
start an immediate investigation
into the affairs of the Hillandale
and Sunset Point Realty compan
ies, of which Duncan is president.
Byrd felt stunned. Suddenly the
significance of the word "wit
nesses" struck her like a bolt of
out of the sky. Pat might be called
as a witness. She must hurry
home and use every inducement
to persuade Pat to return to Jack
sonville for a little while at least,
until this affair should blow over.
Byrd hurried out into the kit
chen, where Mandy was getting
"Where's Pat?" she asked, try
ing to keep the hysterical note out
it her voice. "Is she still sleep
ing?" "No'm. Mis' Browning." Man
dy's black and white eyes opened
wide. "This 'ere Mr. Everson, he
come 'round 'bout half 'our ago
' BY PHOSECUTiJS
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 14.
(AP) Reports that the under
world had threatened to take Dis
trict Attorney Burton Fltts "for
a ride" today resulted in extra
safeguards being thrown around
the new official.
Luclen C. Wheeler, chief of the
bureau of Investigation of District
Attorney Fitts office. refused to
divulge the source of the informs
tion or its nature. Rumors which
could not be confirmed said that
20 Los Angeles underworld char
acters met in a suburban town
last night and agreed that the
new district attorney was "en
tirely too active" and would have
to be "put away."
Bill Ikes, a special detective,
was assigned today as a body
guard to Fltts, Wheeler said, and
the guard placed at 'the district
attorney's house when he took of
fice, succeeding Asa Keyes, now
under Indictment for bribery, has
Wheeler said information that
gangsters were planning to take
the new young district attorney
"for a ride," if he attempted to
carry out the "clean up" which
he has started, had reached him
two weeks ago, and that there
were "new developments" today.
Meanwhile, Fitts, accompanied
by his bodyguard, was reported to
be at a friend's house, and could
not be located.
NEW YORK, Dec. 24. (AP)
Police Commissioner Grover Wha-
len has wiped out the homicide
squad, the police arm which had
direct charge on the investigation
of the slaying of Arnold Rotli-
stein, Broadway gambler, sand re
tired its commander, Deputy In
spector Arthur A. Carey.
The failure of the squad to clean
up the Rothstein case brought the
administration of former police
commissioner Warren under fire
just prior to his resignation.
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14 1 State Street
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR SALE nice 5 nil. bungatow on
paved street at a bargain. Easy terms.
New paint outside and in and new
paper in every room.
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ROW IS CONSIDERED
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Attend in Salem
The Orphan Child
The Pioneer Service Co., Inc., follows the -delinquent
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' . We make it almost impossible for a deadbeat to "father"
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MONMOUTH. Ore., Dec. 22.
(Special) Thirteen Monmouth
Odd Fellows accepted the lnvita
tlon of the. Salem lodge Wedne?
day evening to attend their session
at which second degree work was
put on by a -Portland team for a
Salem candidate and for C. G
Hewitt and Claude Larkln, Mon
mouth candidates. Jesse Johnson
O. C. Allen, Claude Boothby, Ho
mer Dodds , A. C. Stenbrough, R
B. Swenson and Irving Swenson,
were among those who went from
Inquiry Into Oil
WASHINGTON, Dec. 24. (AP)
The senate public lands com
mittee has closed its lnvestlga
tion into the renewal of the con.
tract by the Sinclair Crude Oil
Purchasing company on the Salt
Creek, Wyoming oil field coinci
dent with action by the interior
department in contracting with
the White Eagle Oil and Refining
company and the Texas company
for sale of oil from the field.
17 Families Are
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.. Dec. 24.
(AP) Seventeen families were
made homeless tonight when fire
destroyed the Colonial apartments
in an exclusive residential district
here, causing damage estimated
and he comes to me an' says, 'Mis
Pat-and I is goin' for a little drive
and see ef you kin keep, Mrs. Ham
ilton out in the back. yard for u
little wile,' an' he slips a five dollar-bill
Into ma ha'n. He writes
on a paper and puts it Into 'vel-
ope and says, 'An' give this to
Mis Hamilton when Mis Brown
ing comes home. ' " .
Byrd took it. There was no ad
dress on the envelope. But Che:
had no doubt intended it for Mrs.
As her mother entered the room,
"Mandy said Chet left a note
Seeing the blank look that came
over . her mother's face, Byrd
"Didn't you know they had gone
aut in Chet'a car?"
She held the note toward her
(TO BE CONTINUED) "
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WASHING ON, Dec. 22. (APt
Determined to adiourn not later
than the end of thia week, dele
gates today toward.' tile conclusion
of the treaties for which they
gathered. The conference has
been In session since December
in anA Secretary Kellogg, its
chairman, expressed confidence
that sufficient progress nas Deen
made to assure adjournment be
fore the new year.
Endeavor to -reconcile Para
guay and Bolivia following their
boundary clash, were still in abey
ance pending replies from both
countries to inquiries which were
addressed to them by the parley's
snectal committee two days ago.
The replies, however, were expect
ed hourly, and Victor juaurtua, 01
Peru, chairman of the special
committee, said he expected to call
a meeting for Monday. He based
this on Information that word
from both countries would arrive
by tomorrow, and that the tenor
would be such as to facilitate the
Of Queer Names
WESTBY. Wis., Dec. 24.
(AP) Celebrated lutefish, lefse,
klub, baked spare ribs with sugar,
strul and flaterit, instead of the
Yankee 'turkey and customary
side dishes will be on the Christ
mas menu for practically every
Six or eight families mof the
1,500 inhabitants are not Norwe
Two Men Killed
In Sub Accident
NAPLES. Dec. 24. (AP)
Two petty officers died of injur
ies received tonight in an explo
sion on boanl the submarine H-2.
Another was Injured. Fire which
fnllna-ed the exDlosion burned for
hours, but finally was extinguish
NOTICE TO "RfiDITORS
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF
THE STATE OF OREGON FOR
THE COUNTY OF MARION.
In the Matter; of the Estate
CYJtUS BUTLER, Deceased,
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been appointed
executrix of the last will and tes
tament of Cyrus Butler, deceased.
by the County Court of the State
of Oregon, for Marlon County, and
has -qualified. All persona having
claims - against said estate are
hereby notified to present the
same to me at Route S, Box .74,
Salem. Oregon, with the proper
voucbera and duly verified within
ix months from the date hereof.
Dated and first published De
cember 4. 192S. '
Last iUbllcation January 1,
FRANCES E. BUTLER.
JESSE G. WARRINGTON,
Attorney, , :
22 Corbett Bldg.
Portland, Oregon.- D. 4-11-18-25
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
..Notice Is hereby alven that tt
undersigned has been duly ap
pointed by the Countv Court ' nf
the State of Oregon for the Coun
ty or Marion, as executrix of the
last win and testament and estate
of Georre W. Walton. !.
and that she hat duly qualified
sucn executrix; an pernons hivta?
claims against the estate of mU
decedent are hereby notified u
present. , tne same, duly; . mlf 1 4
to me. at the office of Ronald c
Glover, my attorney, 203 Orcr.'
building, 8lem, Marion Count
Oregon, within six months' frti
the date of tbla'otice..-.-'-"-
Alf4 V Oregon. 1th
27th day of November. 1928.
. : - LOUI8A J. BARTON.V
Executrix of the last wtll and
testament and estate of Georre W
Walton, deceased. - w
., 4 : : RONALD C. GLOVER,
Attorney for Executrix.
JBalem. Oregon. -. , '
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$400 to 72S for Laurel Park Addi
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$500 to $900 for S. Church str- t
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j l-xjn 4U acre lanii, . mi.
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FOR SALE g.od lots and largo
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mortgage $2500. $1000 for equity.
FOR TRADE 10 acre farm not faf
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E. C. HOLLADAT
'Square Deal Realty Co.
202 V. S. Bank Building Salmi
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NORTHEAST SALEM BUNGALOW
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hardwood floor garnBe,
paved street, near sohool and car lint-.
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Of ( rooms with a full cement base,
ment, furnace, fireplace, hardwood
floors., built In kitchen, recess bath.
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PAY DOWN $300. AND TAKE POS
SESSION OF THIS MODERN S
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W. H. ORABENHORST A CO..
1 3 South Liberty Street : Phone SIS
TOMORROW IN EVERY LANGUAGE"
BEGIN THAT'S THE PRINCIPAL
THING GET GOING .
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$600. Lot 50x100 good view located'
on Fawlt street, near S. Commercial
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$1000. Beautiful acre located south
near bus line. $23. down. $10. per
$1000. Five acre east, near paved
road. $25. down. $10. per month.
$2000. Five acre located 14 miles
from city limits on Garden road, $50.
down. $10. per month.
$1285. Five acres located south about
3 miles, some timber, $25. down, $10.
$2000. 7 acres part in timber old
buildings, close In. some bearing fruit
trees. $50. down, $10. per month.
REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE!
W. H. GRABENHORST St CO.
134 South Liberty Street
floor nrvc , pvnuivnno
a nnnxic . i . .
Good location, paved street. $250.
$100. cash, balance $25 monthly.
a mMa .i.i .
- -.vw .... Bu iirny - inuupni except
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cash, balance to suit.
. 0 utJMH. good as new. all modern
Ished. Garage. $350. easy terma
" "uviaio, iMOTiem, targe garsge.
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proved or unimproved acreage not over
not ove? ;325fl "Xt"C ,nean
-at National Bank Building
for uiipIt.. , 1 A";"":-'
i?A,or tJle..mor,'y- Nefy new. cost
S480O. aanH fl&AA wilt w.. r ..
first class.' " "' -"on
F. r WOOD
341 State Street
TWO lOUSES ia Corvallia slwwlng
mcotne $50.00 a : mouth. . Tritue , Ur
- - - m..uiis in iwuw ; lows.
Vawv nnir iniw
iv Salem house, vacant lots, er acie-
age. --y- , - - .. . .
49 ACRES tuti timber.. Basy reach
Salem. A bargain price, - k .
; SEE us for best bargaina All classes)
of real eatst. W a l .
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ey in exchanges. Just-teti us where
" want listings anywhere. '-
. KLLIS BKOM
4t 8tate Street
a nnnif mrwn.mnr . .
trees, needs some repairs 350.
1 ROOM house on back f beautiful
'ro"J. j. ample room for large
home,- $1800. .
v GERTRUDE J. It PAGE TV-'
' -4$t Court Street
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f,r "'T"'" interest If you are
Interested In purchasing 4a Ibt, see us
wo H,T.tt ,nrr- list to select from.
, W, 'VGRAJBKXHOnST CoT
Boutn Liberty St.
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ainary an Fatrmount Hill- Owner nMu
rrrwaa1; 1 fee. Modern In
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WINK IB JWYJOHN? Realtor
l0Mth tttah tfreet
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i.h "'i1'1 write to be cut -4 4
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' , sAY lariWattttfol view lot's
.rne ruT,7,..n4 Por(atlon.
hnnVi hi.-!w:n w. to refL
STMres. sjo00.00 -necessary.
Modern Community ,
NorUt lllgn Street