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Thft New Oregon Statesman. SMtt, Oregon. Tuesday Morning. February. S, 1929
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j Local News Briefs
JLihts Improper M. B. Sexton
of Woodburn was arrested by a
lucal tratf Ic officer Saturday night
on cbaz9s of driving an aotomo
btle with Improper lights.
Urr in Pot11jud John W.'Orr.
real estate man. was in Portland
Monday on a business deal.
J. C. Nelson 111 For the first
time alnee ha bwamt principal of
the Ealam high school. J. C. Nl
on was Jinabla to attend the open,
aecoad emester of the year was
ing of m. school asmaster. The
opened Monday, and Principal Nei
. son was confined to his home with
Takes Miss Holt's Classes
( Lasses of Miss Beryl Holt, head
of the mathematics department at
the senier high school who Is now
in Portland convalescing from a
major operation aha underwent
there Friday, are being conducted
, by Mrs. Monk.
Ketrs to Office Mrs. Nona
White, county probation officer,
returned to her office in the court
house Monday morning after b
iag confined at her home all last
week with an attack of Influenza.
AdoVetues GlrL Miss Fern A.
ftuulding. director of nursing
tervice with the Marlon county
cuna neaitn demonstration, was
ia Woodburn Monday afternoon
to talk before the high school
girls , on "Personal Hygiene."
Tuesday afternoon Miss Goulding
will talk before the Jefferson high
school girls upon the same sub
Speeding diarjjed R I c h a r d
Slvenou of Eugene was arrested
4n Salem Saturday night on a
charge of speeding.
KecklesMness Alleged J. II.
Howe. 1460 Trlckey street, was
arrested Saturday night on a
charge of reckless driving.
Kails to Stop William Kiuken
of Lyons was arrested by Salem
officers Saturday night for falling
to stop at a thorough street in
tersection. KactraditioB Allowed Governor
Patterson Monday authorized th
extradition of Joe Simon, who Is
wanted in Arizona on a charge
of embezzlement. Simon is under
arrest In Portland.
Teaciiers to Meet Tuesdty The
Teachers' council of the Salem
Teachers' association will hold it
regular monthly meeting this
Tuesday afternoon in the Parrish
Junior high school, room 31, at i
o'clock. R. W. Tavenner, presi
dent of the association, will pre
Bent a report on a plan for profes
clonal study, based on some pre
liuiinary work at the senior hlgl
Teacher Absent Two teach
er in the Salem school system1
were unable to report for classes
the first day of the new semester
which got under way Monday.
They were Miss Katherlne Knox
of McKinley. whose classes were
conducted by Mrs. E. C. Forsythe.
and Viola. Oglethorpe of Garfield.
lts. Harry Wiedmer had charjjf
of the room at Garfield.
Attend Auto ("amp Meeting
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. I'well of Rose
burg, where he is proprietor o
the Camp View auto camp, wen
Falein visitors Monday, going 01
that evening to Portland. Vhil
nre they attended the convention
of the Oregon Auto Camp asso
ciation in session here Monda
l'aii) For California Mr
"and Mrs. A. C. Hohrnstedt and Mr.
and Mrs. T. T. Crozer and daugh
ter Miss Catherine, will leave thi
darning for a ten-day busines:
trip to California. They will stoj.
at Orland. In the Fresno district
and at Bakersivlle' on their wa
south, spending some time at San
Francisco and Oakland on the re
IMvrce Asked Suit for divorce
was filed in circuit court heie
Monday, by Victoria I. Bowen
against Casey E. Bowen. She
charges cruel and inhuman treat-
Mortgage Foreclosure Suit tc
foreclose a $12S5.C0 mortgage
was filed in circuit court here by
the Mutual Savings and Loan as
sociation against Olive L. Stege.
Welter Pleads Guilty Joe Wel-
tr entered a plea of guilty to a
I niuonshining charge when he was
4!ouxht before Justice of the
ieac Small Aionaay. amiei rei-
leuue. who was arrestea neai
West Woodburn with Welter bat
urday, was given more time in
j which to enter his plea. Both are
being iwd in Jail.
Jitdge Hlegmaiur Back County
Judge Siegmund was at his desk
I again Monday after having been
I ill with a touch of the flu for
rJjout a week.
New Road Asked Frank Durst
and others filed a petition with
the county court Monday asking
for one mile of county road ex
tending west from a point some
tlx miles north of Mehama.
Permit Granted X. E. Cole
warf granted a l'S hauling permit
Monday by the Marion county
I J Birth. Dcntli Listed Births
1 f and deaths for nine sections of
I S Marion county outside Salem were
1 H listed for the final quarter of 1928
iFin a report riled with the county
f? 4 court here Monday The statistics
. i .weiv as follows, with births being
listed first and deaths Eecond
after the name of each commua-
ity: Aurora 4,7; Gervais 8,2;
'Mount Angel 14.0; Jeffersca 4. 1;
SilTerton 30, 21; Staytoa 15. i;
St. Paul . 2; Turner 1. 2; Wood
burn 11, I.
Appraisement Filed Report of
inventory and appraisement was
filed Monday in probate, In the
matter of the estate of the late
A. W. Curry. Tha estate Is esti
mated at fl2.82C.Sl by Chester
i ;MCa Joseph H. Albert and T
"' ll.finllaway appraiser a,.. -
Madill Service Wednesday
Funeral services for Mrs. Emma
Madill. 71. who died Sunday at
the home of her daughter, Mrs.
W. G. Fisher on the Auburn road.
wUl be held at the Clough-Huston
parlors Wednesday afternoon at
1:30 o'clock. Besides her hus
band, Thomas Madill. she is sur
vived by two daughters. Mrs. I.
K. Bruce and Mrs. Fisher, and
-ne son. Boyd Madill, and two
grandchildren, all of Salem, A
ilster, Mrs. Florence North, re
sides in Montgomery, Ala.
Nursing Classes To Meet The
home nursing class at Aurora,
sponsored by the mars tag division
)t the county child health demon
stration, will meet Tuesday after
noon, with Mlis Benita Stroud In
charge. " !
Baby Care Is Topic "Baby
Care.'" including Instructions on
how to bathe an Infant and cloth
ing problems will be discussed at
the weekly meeting of the pre
natal class, to be held at the
health center Tuesday afternoon
from 3 to 5 o'clock. Miss Ruby
Braltzka, R. N., is the. instructor
Tenrhers Get Instruction
Teachers will this year have the
responsibility of deciding on
"Honor Roll" children, according
to a bulletin issued to teachers
and principals at the beginning
of the new semester by Miss Car
iotta Crowley, elementary school
Supervisor. In addition to infor
mation about the honor roll, the
bulletin outlines health habits for
school children and also includes
the following topics: classroom
weight record, devices for health
teaching, topics for study second
emester and environment in the
Goodwin Better K. C. Goodwin
is back at his office after an ill
ness of sereral days occasioned by
an attack of illness.
,Iu Portland Mrs. Keith Harris
spent Saturday and Sunday in
Portland, visiting with friends in
the city. Mr. Harris is in Tacoma
Tor the time being, making his
usness headquarters there.
Here from Ashland C. E. Ma
one of Ashland Is a buslnem vis
tor in the city. He is stopping at
.he New Salem.
Montgomery Visit James E.
Montgomery Is in Sa'.em from
Keedsport Family Here Mr.
md Mrs. F. J. Kernan and family
of Reedsport are in Salem, mak
ing the Marlon their headquarters.
Tillamook Folk Visit Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Donaldson, whoae home
'5 in Tillamook, are Salem vlsit
jrs. From 1-banoi D. A. Reeves
business man of Lebanon, Linn
ounty. is a visitor in Salem.
Kodak Man Here Harry P. Lo
rich or the Eastman tsrotners ivo
lak company of Rochester, N. Y.,
vas a business vteitor in Salem
Mm. Button Here Mrs. Myrtle
Mutton and sons Ellis and Elton
Button are guests at the Marion
Hearing Slated A public
tearing will be held Wednesday at
1 o'clock on senate resolution No.
12. which authorizes the appoint
ment of a committee of 11 to re
tort on the feasibility of develop
ment of river transportation.
And repairing Giese-Powers
Every night. 5:30 to t at the
Kit at O'l.oary's
Wi-ere good food is 3erved.
"Columbia Kolster ' Radios andMrs
Combinations. H. L. StiH Furni
tttre Co. '
Columbia Kolster" Radios and
'umhinationi. II. L. Stiff Furni
"Columbia Kolster" Radios and
Combinations. H. L. Stiff Furni
At the Atlas T.ook Store.
Old Time Dance
Castll'.an hall. Tuesday night.
Feb. 5, entire proceeds collected
by Associated ChariHes. Given by
Dad Baltimore's 6 piece orchestra.
"I'wnI Piano Bargain Sale"
Ends Saturday nfght. Buy now.
H. L. Stiff Furniture Co.
Desirable Room Front
Apartment; best of furnishings;
hot water heat, phone, garage.
Concrete building, near state
house. Phone 2911.
K. C McKlnncy, Bsrber. Moved
From S. P. Terminal to 315
At Plggly AVlggly
13 cent long loaf of bread f
cents this Tuesday.
Old Time Danco Crystal Garden
Every Wed and fc'at. night.
Tbotna Bros. Band, Mellowiiioon.
Every Wed. and Sat.
Attention: Knight of Pythias
Big special meet. Fraternal
Temple. Tuesday, Feb. 6th., 8:00
p. m. Work to third rank. Mar-
mion Lodge No. 96 Dallas will be
guests. 'AH visiting Knights wel
Henr A. Ii. Rltts ,
In Bible lectures each night-thi
week at Immanuel Baptist church,
corner Hazel and Academy,
Castlllisa hall. Wednesday eve
ning, February 6.
Yaanuiteed Shed Dry Wood - .
And coal Prompt service Tel IS.
Rush of Measures Reaches
Peak as Deadline Wears;
Bills poured in with a rush
Monday at the house, and when
adjournment finally came at 5:30,
a total of 91 new bills had been
damped upon a weary legislative
body. Monday at four o'clock waa
set for the final day for Introduc
ing of bills withoot referring them
to a special committee, hmt Rep.
resentative Kubll of Multnomah is
planning to smash this rule sky
high today, when ha will more
that house rule 44 be rescinded.
If he succeeds the rush of bills
many continue for the rest of the
Bills filed Monday are as fol
H. B. 345 by McCourt Amend
ing section 6721 Oregon laws to
out the municipal dock commis
sion on the same basis as private
enterprises in the same business,
regard to pay of overtime for
H. B. 34 6 by Wilkes To
amend section 3423. Oregon laws,
to clarify the language and con.
form with decision of supreme
H. B. 3 47 by Knapp Amend
ing rection 56 of chapter 155. gen
eral laws of Oregon. 1921. opening
the season for trapping fur-bearing
animals on November 20 in
stead of November 1.
H. B. 34 8 by Knapp Amend
ing section 3601 Oregon laws as
amended by chapter 119, general
'aws of Oregon, 19 21. as amended
by chapter 65. general laws of
Oregon, 19 2 5. Changing compen
sation of county treasurer of Cur.
ry county from $900 to $1200 per
H. B. 349 by Briggs-Repealing
of saving clause adopted in chap,
tef 63, general laws of Oregon.
H. B. 3 50 by Briggs Repealing
section 5001 Oregon laws, as
amended by section 2. chapter 266
general laws cf Oregon, 19 23; sc
Mon 5002 Oregon laws as amend,
id by section 3. chapter 266. gen
eral daws of Oregon, 1923; sec-
on 5003. Oregon laws, as amend
ed by section 4. chapter 26 6, gen
eral laws of Oregon. 19 23, per-
ainlng to acts of state superin
'endent. H. B. 351 by Briggs Repealing
section 4956. Oregon laws, amend
ed by chapter 51. general laws of
Oregon. 1925. affecting teachers
from other states.
H. B. 352 by Potter, McCready.
nd Howard, and Senators Ed Bal
'ey and Bell Providing for con
struction, equipping and furnish
ng of an armory at Cottage Grove.
Christina Godfrey. 23, died a:
local hospital. Funeral an
jouncements later from Clough
Thomas E. Ashley, 7 0. residen;
of Tillamook, died at a local hos
pital. Survived by his widow, Mrs.
Gertrude H. Ashley, and one son.
Edwin W.. of Tillamook. Chris
tion Science services Tuesday
morning at 11 o'clock at the
Clough-Huston chapel. Service to
be conducted by J. J. King, read
er. Remains will be forwarded to
Rose City Cemetery, Portland, for
Mrs. Emma Madill. 71. d
Sunday at the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. W. G. Fisher, on Auburn
road. Surviving are the husband.
Thomas Madill, two daughters.
Mrs. L. K. Bruce and Mrs. B
Fisher, and a son Boyd Madill and
2 grandchildren, all of Salem, and
a sister, Mrs. Florence North of
Montgomery, Ala. Funeral ser
vices at the Clough-Huston chap
ePWedhesday at 1:30 p. n . Inter
ment Cltyview cemetery.
Died, in this city, February .".
Rachel Cook of Drain.
mother of Miss Velma Cook pf
Drain; sister of Silas Wentz.
Olympla. Wash., Karl Wentz.
Starr City, Ind.. Mrs. William
Cain and Miss May Wentz. bothjr)unnf and Representative Wins-
it uunnngion, ina.. and Mrs
George Frain, Kokomo. Ind. Re- .TON ro,vJHS OI IrK, v
mains forwarded -by Rigdon & 1 hTnl H rm OHS l K,A
Son. to Drain where funeral per-! Now- as lJurlng tbe past oU
ri. on.t .ni uaWbats, Foley's Honey and Tar
MT. CREST AH BEY
LLOYD T. UKJDUX, Mngr.
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West Salem News
By LOU THOMPSON Phone 41 7-W
Mrs. Fred Gibson and Mrs. L.layed. He is returning by way of
D. Gibson, entertained last Thurs. Los Angeles.
day the Orchard Heights club at I
the home of Mrs. Fred Gibson's I The Relief switv win mA t
in West Salem. The afternoon
was pleasantly spent In playing
various games, tea being served
later. Ferns and chrysanthemums
were the decorations used about
the rooms. Mrs. Fred Gibson 1
the president of the Orchard
Heights club. The club members
are: Mrs. Roy McDowell. Mrs. Ed
ward Reed, Mrs. C. H. Fisher.
Mrs. C. A. Roberts, Mrs. Jean
3outhwick. Miss Mary Height, Mrs.
wuuam swartz, Mrs. L. E. Gib
son, Mrs. Frank Wilson. Mrs. Fred
Gibson and Mrs. L. D. Gibson.
Miss Russell of Spokane was a
?ust of the club.
Major Robertson is on his way
home, having left Detroit Janu
ary 24. Owing to the weather con
ditions his arrival has been de-
H. B. 353 by Henderson
Amending section 10, chapter 298,
general laws of Oregon. 1925. rel
ative to fire prevention and regu
lations in dry cleaning establish,
H. B. 3 54 by Andrews Giving
3tate engineer full authority over
structures built for irrigation pur
poses, and extending authority to
such works built for any purpose
H. B. 355 by Oxman and Sena-
tor Billingsley Providing for ad-
ditlonal relief of sufferers in the
flood of Bully Creek in February.
H. B. 356 by Collier Authoriz
Ing county courts to levy assess
ments ror maintenance ana up
keep of county fair buildings and
H. B. 357 by Lee, Anderson and
Bronaugh Making provision for
old age pensions and appointing
commissioners in various counties.
H. B. 358 by Potter Providing
a method for setting aside the
homestead provided by section
123 4 Oregon laws as amended by
chapter 263. general laws of Ore
gon. 1923, as amended by section
3, chapter 345, general laws of
H. B. 359 by McCready Au
htorlztng the state treasurer to
credit the University of Oregon
with interest earned on university
funds, except those derived from
taxation deposited with the state
H. B. 360 by Weatherspoon.
lohnson of Wallowa and Senators
Kiddle and Eberhard Providing
for appropriation for payment of
nremiums awarded at Eeastern
Oregon Livestock show.
H. B. 361 by Wilkes and Tomp.
klpf Amending section 1534.
Oregon laws, providing that an ac
cused person need not testify
Tgalnst himself and for comment
by district attorney to the jury.
H. B. 362 by Wilkes and Tomp
kins Reducing the number of
peremtory challenges allowed to
defendant in criminal actions and
making challenges same for defen
lant and state.
H. B. 3 63 by Umatilla delet
ion Providing for actual travel
ing expenses and mileage for roun.
y school superintendents in Uma.
H. B. 364 by Bynon Including
permanent insanity as a cau.e for
H. B. 3 65 by Joint Multnomah
Delegation Fixing the compensa
tion of district court clerk.
H. B. 366 by Chlnnork- Relat
Ing to withdrawal of unappro
priated waters of the state.
H. B. 367 by Chinnock Fixinr
salary of Justice of peace for the
Grants Pass district.
H. B. 368 bv J. H. E. Scott
Providing Indemnity for person?
injured in automobile accidents.
II. B. 3 6! by Wilkes Relating
to action In cases of adultery.
H. B. 3 70 by Wf'ke and Tomp
kins Relating to decision in legal
11. B 371 by Hazlett Relating
o union high school districts.
H. B. 372 by Childs Clarifying
'he special certificate law.
11. B. 3 73 by Johnson of Wal
owa Relating to licenses for pub
lic or terminal warehouses.
II. B. 374 by Johnson of Ben
'on Appropriating f"ids for 1m
Droving portions of Jefferson
H. B. 375 by Bynon Clarifying
department of Americanization.
H. B. 376 bv Senators Kiddle.
Compound stops coughs quickly.
healg Inflamed tissues, clears the
throat of Irritating mucus and
phlegm, stops nervous hacking,
ind troublesome night coughs. Al
wayu dependable and efficient.
Children like It averts croup.
Mothers endorse It no opiates.
All users recommend it ask your
druggist. Best for children and
grown persons. Try it. Capital
Drug Store.- adv.
Finest Torlc reading lenses fit
ted to your eyes at the above
We also Insure your glasses
against breakage the only
firm In Salem extending this
splendid FliKE Service. Exam
IIO X. Commercial St.
"At the Sign of the Spex"
Clearance Prices on
rioriiet Electric Gbop
Market Building-, Marion and ComraertcaL TeL 512
i the home of ntn rwi ronton.
Edgewster street, Wednesday af
Miss Bernice Sloper and Miss
Grace Williams returned home
Saturday from Lebanon after
few days visit with Miss Margaret
Bimshadler. who is a teacher at
a school in Lebanon.
Mrs. William Benton of Port
land died last Monday, January
28th. of pneumonia. She leaves
besides her husband Will Benton
three daughters. Mr. J. R. Ben-
ion, west saiem s realtor is a
brother of Will Benton.
Mrs. B. K. Bnglehorn enter
talned at her home on Third ave
nue, thirteen dinner guests on
low, Andrews. Norton and Lock
wood Relating to the use of pub
lic highways by for-htre vehicles.
H. B. 377 by Winslow Regu
lating the practice of physicians in
H. Ifcv378 by Burdick Creating
home rule for certain cities In re
gard to telephone companies.
H. B. 379 by Burdick, Kubll.
Roblson, Lonergan, Rushlight,
Hendemo" f-ulatlng and cor.
ref ting the state paving statute
H. B. 380 by Yates, Snell and
-Relating to undlag-
H. B. 381 by Chindgren Li
rens and regulating canneries for
H. B. 382 by Chlndren Li
censing and regulating restaur
ants, bakeries and candy factor
ies. H. B. 383 by Johnson of Ben
ton Fixing salary of Benton
county Justice of peace.
H. B. 384 by Angell Relating
to condemnation suits and increas
ing city power.
H. B. 385 by Scott of Umatilla
Allowing rebate of gasoline tax
for gasoline and distillate not used
on public highways.
H. B. 3 86 by Mrs. Lee Relat
ing to graduate nurses and nurs
H. B. 387 by Russell and Tomp
kins Relating to transportation
racilities for school districts.
H. B. 388 by Bynon Relating
o building and loan act and In
Teaming power of corporation
H. B. 398 by Russell and Tomp
kins Relating to transportation
for students of high school dis
'ricts. H. B. 390 by Angell Relating
fo the sale of real property by ex
ecutor. 11. B. 391 by Metsker Increas
:ng the filing fees in small claims
11. B. 392 by Goldstln Placing
motor carrlem under supervision
of public service commission.
II. B. 393 by Briggs Relating
o outlets to reservoir or diversion
H. B. 39 4 by Hamilton Relat
'ng to personal property with the
right of survivorship In husband
II. B. 3 95 by Henderson Re.
'atlng to estates, administrator or
H. B. 396 by Henderson, Loner
an and Ma!arky Regulating
H. B. 397 bv Washington and
f imhtll delegations Granting the
irht of appeal rrom order or
uling made by the horticultural
II. B. 398 by Washington and
'anthill delegation Providing for
irotection for horticultural, ag
ricultural and forest industries.
H. B. 39 9 by Washington and
Yamhill delegation Providing re-;mbn-rsement
for certain Yamhill
ind Washington county farmers.
II. B. 400 by Tompkins---Creat-ng
a new state highway.
II. B. 401 by Tompkins Relat
ing to transportation of pountry.
cattle, sheep, swine or the carcass
pa thereof over state highways.
H. B 402 by Angell Relating
ABOUT LOCAL OR f! ASTERN
Oregon Electric hy..
Willamette Valley Line
Wtttaoot operation or IMS of
SJ9 Or;!. Bit.
We buy junk of all kinds.
We want your old iron,
rags, paper and every
thing that you don't
want. We call for it and
pay you cash.
X. Commercial St.
to administration of estates.
H. B. 403 by Mrs. Lee Requir
ing a physician's certificate to be
filed by applicant for marriage li
cense. H. B. 404 by Fisher Relating
to relief of indigent soldiers and
H. B. 405 by Chinnock Relat
ing to applications to appropriate
H. B. 406 by Carkln. Briggs and j
Chinnock Authorises Joint ten-j
ancy in personal property in hus
band and wife with right of sur
vivorship. H. B. 407 by Bynon Providing
for election of port commissioners
of Port of Portland by people of
port district. '
H. B. 408 by Robison Provid
ing moving picture censorship
H. B. 409 by Hamilton and Bur
dick Providing for establishment
of an agricultural experiment sta
tion in Deschutes county.
H. B. 410 by Peters Permit
ting Insane persons to obtain di
H. B. 411 bv Metsker Appro
priating $35,000 annually to Atate
chamber of commerce for three
H. B. 412 by Gouley Allowing
claim of O. D. Shorb for Injuries.
H. B. 413 by Anderson Clari
fying statute relative to liens for
H. B. 414 by Anderson Clari
fying statute relative to Hens for
H. B. 415 by Anderson. (arkin
and Hamilton Relatlnc to "Mar
ket road act."
H. B. 416 by Angell Author.
izlng construction of building for
Waverly baby home and appro
H. B. 417 by Tenrierson --Ap
propriating $12,000 for Oregon
H. B. 418 by Bronaugh Relat
ing to filing of surety bonds.
H. B. 419 by Gouley Relating
to lien priorities.
H. B. 4 20 by Howard and Sen.
Dunne Relating to motor vehicle
H. R. 421 by Roblson Relating
to "limited payment life" or "en
dowment" policy issued by certain
H. B. 422 by Swift Relating to
the carrying of dogs on running
H. B. 4 23 by Ford Fixing the
-alary of the Grant county clerk.
H. B. 4 24 by Burdick- Increas
ing the salary of the state labor
H. B. 4 25 by Henderson -Re.
'mbursing Erick Enquist for fish
H. B. 426 by Brigg3 and Sen.
Geo. Dunn Increasing salary of
lackson county treasurer.
H. B. 4 27 by Angell and Bynon
Relating to competency of wit
nesses. H. B. 429 bv Lonergan Giving
right of suit by and against hish
II. B. 4 29 by Lonergan -Providing
for prequalification of bid
lers on public works.
H. B. 4 30 by McLarkey Per
nfttlng branch banking in Oregon.
H. B. 431 by Marion county del
egation Relating to costs allow
ed in suits.
TT 432 by McCourt Provid
ing for photographing and finger
printing for those convicted of
11. B. 433. by Tompkins Regu
'ating dealers in meats.
H. B. 43 4 hy LaFollet Relat
ing to Interlocutory decrees of di
vorce. II. B. 4 35 by Knapp Permit
ting port commission to lease and
ell their properties.
John J. Rottle
415 State St.
Expert Shoe Fitter
Replace t&eir Spent Energy
Growing children playing tirelessly at their games
consume a vast amount of energy. This energy needs
replenishing often. Call them in during their playtime
and serve them some delicious Downyflake Doughnuts
with hot chocolate.
You cannot serve them more healthful body-building
food than Downyflake. These doughnuts contain the
purest of ingredients eggs, milk, sugar and the like
They are produced by a machine that makes the entire
doughnut untouched by human hands.
Watch their eager looks as they eat the golden
goodies, and then watch the sparkle in their eyes as they
return to their play with cheeks aglow and "chuck
64 More Added to Total Who
Graduated From Oregon
The University of Oregon has
2506 students enrolled who were
graduated from Oregon high
schools, instead of the figure glr.
en last week as 2440. a supple
ment to the atndent census reach
ing the senate Monday showed.
The student lists were furnished
in accordance with senate resolu
tion 18. which called for names,
address, home addresses, prepara
tory schools and parents' address
es of all students In residence at
the university and at the Oregon
State college. j
In the list filed last week the
university counted all students
transferring from other higher
institutions as students from out
of the state. It was found upon
investigation that 64 of these
transfers were originally gradu
ates of Oregon, high schools who
had attended a year or more in
nine out-of-state college before
iotning back to their own state
Two Reports Similar
This makes the enrollment of
Oregon high school graduates
practically the same In both the
university and the Oregon State
college, the two reports show. O.
S. A. C. has 2.133 coin oa red with
2506 at the l of O. Total en
rollments of all state and out-of-!
state students is 3 169 on the Eu
gene campus and 3739 at the o.l-j
lege. Addition of student load
figures at the university, which Is
compiled from courses taken by
extension and correspondence stu
dents, swells the U. of O. total of
3723, practically as many as are
in attendance at the college. Med
ican school figures are not includ
ed since the Portland school is
supported by separate funds.
Lists Given In Detail ,
Included with the university
supplement received Monday is a
detailed classification of all stu
dents who entered from out-of-
state high schools. This Bhows
that ISO are paying non-resident I
'ees. 176 are adults who have es
tablished residence in the statu.)
62 minors whose parents have
moved to Oregon, 77 whose par
ents lived here while they attend
ed preparatory schools elsewhere.
19 who are supported by relatives
not their parents, 83 minors who
are self-supporting and who have,
established residence in the state,
and two who have come from
Alaska where there Is no uni
versity. The university supplement also
contains complete data concern
II. B. 436 by Briggs, Carkln and
Senator Dunn of Jackson Au
thorizing construction of, a court
house In Jackson county out of
funds paid to Jackson county by
the U. S. government.
Quicker and Uet(er Relief With
Don't suffer from the pain and
soreness of sore throat -gargles
and salves are too slow tiiev re
lieve only temporarily. But Thox
ine, a famous physician's prescrip
tion, is guaranteed to give relief
Thoxine has a double action
relieves the soreness and goes di
rect to the internal cause. No chlo
roform, iron or other harmful
Irugs safe and pleasant for the
whole family. Also wonderfully
effective for relieving coughs,
iuick relief guaranteed or your
iio'iy hack. . 35c. 60c and $1.00.
Sold hy Perry's Drug Store. adv. 4"
Order a dozen today
(SStty IBaMimg (5.
Sate By All Grocers :
ing determination of state real
dence, and calls attention to the
fact that out-of-state students, te
addition to paying the fee of $15e
a year must be eligible to their
own state universities before be
ing, allowed to enter the Univer
sity of Oregon. This inslstenco
on a high scholarship keeps maay
out-of-state students of an infer
ior quality from entering, it I
Girls Who Made
Dorothy Buffum. 15. and Dor
othy McFadden. 16. who escaped
from the state industrial school
for girls here a week ago. were
captured near Albany Sunday.
The girls were returned to the
school Sunday night.
The girls made their escape
from the school by climbing
through a third story window anil
lowering themselves to the ground
by means of a fire escape.
When captured by Linn county
officers they were dressed in
wCfJ JLXJ MJt I
Several Cheap used 1-ords and
Chevrolet cars both open and
tiiMMtl model at bargain prices.
-The House That .ietvkw Aadat
F. N. WOODRY'S
Every Wed. Night
Saturday, 1 :30 P. M.
Private Sales Daily
New and Used Furniture,
and Chairs, Rugs, Lino
leunjs, Tools, Ranges and
everything that goes to
furnish a home.
Yon ran always buy for loss
at F. X. Woodry's Auction
Market and furniture store
located Ht 10IO X. Summer
St. I pay c;isli for us4m!
furniture, tMls, etc., or will
Mil uny tiling for you on
"ONLY OXi: STORK"
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