The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, April 07, 1929, Page 5, Image 5

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    The New OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Sunday Morning, April 7. 1929
Local News Briefs
Plantfturrh Party The Young
People's society of theA merican
Lutheran church is planning to
hold a party at the church parlors
Wednesday evenings April 10. be
ginning at S o'clock. . Henry
A herns 4 president of ihe society.
Miss Mable Lindquist has charge
of the entertainment; Miss Clara
Homyer will be hostess; and Mrs.
Susie Krueger and Miss Rachel
Ryan are the committee on invi
tations. Falls To Stop E. Seay. 700
Bellevue street, was fined $5 in
municipal court Saturday for
failing to. stop at a through
street intersection.
Find It Here
Yonr Motor Completely
Overhauled, 2-3 regular prices.
Fitzgerald Sherwin Motor Co. No,
Liberty at.Chemeketa.
Hamilton Furnitu
Exchange at 255 N. Commercial
street is the clearing house for
the used furniture taken in trade
by the Court street store
I 1
The Seed ni an Knows His Onions-
Let us supply you with Gill s
seeds, acclimated and true to
name. They are giving the best
satisfaction. We sell the market
gardeners. Nuf Ced. Salem Seed
ft Orchard Supply Co., 17& S.
Com'l St. Phone 663, formerly
..Pearcy Bros, store.
Dollar Dinner
Krery night to
Marion hotel.
at tfc
Hamilton Furniture
Exchange, 255 N. Commercial
street, is surely a house of bar
Furniture Cpholstei
And repairing . dese-Powers
Furniture Co.
Mr. Gleason, Manager
Of Hamilton Furniture Ex
change, reports a big business in
used wood and coal ranges.
FIFTY "Used Piano Bargains"
Stiff Furniture Co.
Var Rale or Trade
The Black Cat restaurant. See
Roth Grocery Co.
FIFTY "Used Piano Bargains"
Stiff Furniture Co.
The Seedman Knows His Onions
Let us supply you with Gill's
seeds, .acclimated and true to
name. They are giving the best
satisfaction. We sell the market
gardeners. Nut Ced. Salem, Seed
& Orchard Supply Co., 178 S.
Com'l. St. Phone 663, formerly
Pearcy Bros, store.
I-arge Cherry Trees -
3 varieties in one tree. Special
at 11.00. Pearcy Bros., 240 N.
FIFTY "Used Piano Bargains"
Stiff Furniture Co.
Red Canielias, Jazaleas
Daphnes at Pearcy Bros., 240
N. Liberty.
Ured Ranges At
Very low prices. Hamilton Fur
niture Exchange, 255 N. Commer
cial street.
Flowers For All Occasions
Luts Florist, 16th and Market.
Phone 2124.
Private Office For Rent
Share reception room steno
graphic services. One of the best
suites of offices in Salem'Call 717.
Another Important Reason-
Why you should have Dr. Eld
reidge in Salem do your dejrfal
work; he will save you money on
all kinds of high class dentistry.
Dr. Stone Does Office Practice
Treats skin diseases ana cancer.
Office next door to police station.
The liKnowaHIstoiona
Let us suppiy you
seeds, acclimated and true to
name. They are giving the best
satisfaction. We sell the market
gardeners. Nuf Ced. Salem seed
jl rH-Miitrri SuddIt Co.. 178 S.
rmM st. Phone 663, formerly
Pearcy Bros. Store.
nvr Hnnn Six Sedan-
Only run 11,000 miles. Look
,nd runs like new. Specially
prieed. 285 Chemeketa.
I wBl not be- responsible for any
bills contracted by any one but
n TT- a ... 1 I-
myself. Kex. j&. "u"i Ut i ?
Robcy S. Batcliffe, Attorney
Is now located In his new of
ar Rank of Commerce Bldg
.none 850. where he will receive
his elienta and ff lends.
w. wish to thank our many
friends who wese so kind during
the sickness and death of our
dear one, Mrs. Ella Noren and for
- the beautiful flowers sent
Mr. John Noren and relatives,
Iatoc4 Dily Eep Sundy J
tattman PnUisns Co
jTs S. Commtieial fit '
Member ! t . r,
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utiUled to the for publication of
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and Uo t the leel aewi pubDehed
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business orrccES
Arthur W. Strpt. I-.
Bid., Portland; Sb"!-?.?
Ioa Aele.
: 500
Tot All Pyifowt
EaUred 'fjS
Oregon, eecond 5,.-
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Srti'pJr Mo. ? WJtor A.
City Carrier - "
so tents I mJ tSAOj&r:
Returns From Sooth A. N.
Bush was back at the presiden
tial desk at the Ladd and Bush
bank the latter two days cf the
week following a sojourn in south
ern California. Mr. and Mrs.
Bush left last December 9 for San
Diego, where they spent the win
ter. Mr. Bush reports some snow
after the party got into Oregon
on the return trip, and a variety
of weather In the south, with the
early part like summer and the
last two months not so attractive
from a weather standpoint. There
is but slight improvement, if any,
In Mrs. Bush s health.
Boys To Spokane Vern Wilson
and Fred Remington, senior high
school students who will repre
sent Salem high school In musical
competition at the.' teachers'
spring meeting in Spokane this
week, will leave Salem Monday.
A tag sale conducted by the stu
dent body netted S42 towards
their expenses.
To Attend Halley Funeral
Sedgwick Post No. 10, G. A. R.
is requested to attend in a body
the funeral services of the late
R. C. Halley, to be held at 3
o'clock Monday afternoon at the
Rigdon mortuary, announces
Commander Alvin R. Fisher.JIr."
Halley was commander of the
post in 1914 and 1915.
Property Sole Real property
belonging to John and Myrtle
Williamson was sold by O. D.
Bower, sheriff, under court order,
toe property being bid in by L. R.
Kennedy and Cpra V. Kennedy
who held obligations against the
land. The sheriff fils-l report of
sale Saturday. .
Collect On Mortgage Suit for
collection of a mortgage waa,file4
Saturday in the county clerk's of
fice wfien'the World War 'veter
ans' state aid brought against Or
ville C. Oglesby and Dorothea
Oglesby. asking . to collect moneys
due the former.
St an b rough In Town A. C.
Stanbrough, member of the state
normal school faculty, and Mrs.
Mabel Pay ton were visitors at the
county school superintendent's of
fice Saturday from Monmouth.
Union Vets To Meet The reg
ular meeting of the Sons of Union
Veterans will be held at the Wo
man's club house Tuesday eve
ning, at 7:30 o'clock, officials re
port. Goes South Mrs. I. Kay left
Salem today for a business trip
to San Francisco where she w-ill
buy for the three Kay stores In
Eugene, Marshfield and in Salem.
Mr. Darby Visits J. O. Darby
was" a Saturday visitor in the city
from Victor Point.
Stevens and Koon of Portland
have filed with the state engineer
here application to appropriate
400 second feet of water from
Hood River for the development
of 10.000 horsepower In Hood
River county.
Other applications for water
permits filed with the state engi
neer durine the past weer iohow.
Lester P. Brunner, Park Place,
water from unnamed creek- and
small tributary for domestic pur
poses and irrigation of 10 acres in
Clackamas county.
RalDh Baker. North Bend,
water from Norton Creek for do
mestic purposes and irrigation of
15 acres.
C. M. Smith, Dufur, water from
Fifteen Mile Creek for irrigation
of five acres in Wasco county.
Wendell K. Phillips, Portland.
water from small stream and
spring for domestic purposes in
Tillamook county.
Joe Cronin, Drewsey, water
from Middle Fork of Malheur
river for irrigation of 11 acres in
Harney county.
Andrew Wisniewski, DePoe bay,
water from unnamed spring for
domestic rurposes in Lincoln
World War Veterans State Aid
commission. Salem, water from
True Blue Gulch for irrigation of
18 acres in Baker county.
Charles Adams, Agness, water
from unnamed spring for domestic
purposes in Curry county. "
J. - W. imDler, siayion, water
from a spring for. domestic pur
poses in Marion county.
Daffodils Here
Attract Great
Public Interest
Visitors at the United States Na
tional bank Friday and Saturday
found more than financial woes
and joys, with the annual exhibit
of daffodils grown by Mrs. L. I.
Pearmine at the Leswalt daffodil
gardens in the Keiser bottom dis
trict. Mrs. Pearmine has for sev
eral years been specializing in rare
varieties of, this flower, and her
efforts were evident in the more
than 20 varieties on display at the
bank during the two days. Among
the different ones shown werevthe
giant King Alfreds: Tulllus Has
tillusr Duchanel, Treserve, Spring
Glory. Sulphur Phenix, Imperator.
Orange Prince, Twink, Hictor
Traub, Tefta, Lohengrin. Eggles
horn.' Loud Speaker, Van Waver-
ins. Giant and Love Nest.
2nd Conference
Meets Wednesday
: Fhe second quarterly confer,
enca in conjunction with the reg
ular monthly session of the offi
cial board of the First Methodist
church will meet in the church
parlors Wednesday evening rwith
DrrTV H. Temple,- soperinteaent
of Salem , district,. In charge. Re
ports will be given and the regit
Registration From Outside
County Already Greater
Than Last Year
More than 700 registrations of
delegates outside Marion county
have been received for the state
Christian Endeavor convention to
be held in Salem April 18-21.
More registrations are in now
than were received altogether last
year. Registered delegates will be
entertained in Salem homes on
the Harvard plan.
E. P. Gates of Boston, who was
counted on as an especially strong
speaker, will not be here, as be
was forced to cancel his entire
western trip. The Rev. Luther E.
Stein, popular young minister of
San Francisco, will take the place
of Mr. Gates. Other prominent
Endeavor leaders who will be
present will be the Rev. Chester
P. Gates of Portland, pastor of the
East Side Evangelical church, and
Paul C. Grown of Los Angeles.
Day session of the convention will
be held in the First Presbyterian
church, but evening and Sunday
sessions will be held in the audi
torium of Salem high school.
Friday afternoon the conven
tion parade will be held down
town; following the parade a
sightseeing tour of the city has
been planned. Motion pictures will
be taken of these and other con
vention activities. Saturday will
be filled with special events.- The
denominational luncheons will be
served Saturday noon. In the eve
ning the annual banquets of the
intermediate and young people's
divisions will be held.
Saturday night the Intermediate
oratorical contest will be' held;
The winner, in this contest will
represent Oregon in a national
contest to be held in Kansas City
in July. Election of officers of
the state organization will also be
held Saturday night.
Benjamin Taylor, veteran car
rier for the Salem postoffice who
retired in 1927 after 40 years of
service, was reported Saturday
night as resting easier following
painful injuries sustained in an
automobile accident near McMinn
vllle Thursday evening. Mr. Tay
lor s condition is as well as could
be expected, considering . he re
ceived such a hard blow over the
heart that he has not yet been
able to submit to an x-ray. Sev
eral ribs are believed to be brok
en. He is at his home at 2096
State street.
The accident occurred on the
coast highway south of McMinn
ville when another machine at
tempted to cut in in front of an
other car on a curve and crashed
into the machine in which Taylor
was riding with F. N. Waters and
Clyde Stage, both of Salem. Mr.
Waters was driving. Both Mr. Wa
ters and Mr. Stage were bruised
and badly shaken, the latter be
ing thrown through the window
over the door.
Mr. Taylor is 66 years old and
has been a resident of Salem for
60 years.
Suit for divorce with fixed all
mony of $1500 is brought by Myr
tle McDowell against Ralph L,
McDowell in a case filed Saturday
in circuit court here. The plaintiff
alleges that her husband has re
peatedly and continuously ill-
treated her and has at times beat
en her and caused her to suffer
nntold indignities. .
She alleges that she has been
true to him and has helped to con
tribute to the family support by
working in a restaurant. Frequent
use of liquor and unfaithfulness
to his marriage vews were the de
fendant's greatest faults, the
plaintiff alleges.
Two Salem Boys
Are oh Ball Squad
Of Eugene Frosh
April 5. The roster of the fresh
man baseball squad as announced
this morning by Spike Leslie;
frosh coach, includes the names of
Richard Wilson and Ivan Kafoury,
both of Salem. Wilson was found
to qualify as catcher while Ka
foury is numbered among the out
fielders. Their first opportunity
for' action will be at 3:30 tomor
row when they take on the Spring
field high school nine for a prac
tice game. About SO men turned
out for practice at the beginning
of the season and when hampered
by rainy weather workouts were
held inside in McArthur court so
that -they have the advantage of
being fairly well-trained.
Eugene, April . John Creech,
sophomore in p remedies, register
ed from Salem, was awarded one
of the first letters issued by the
University of Oregon for major
standing on the swimming team.
Twelve other men were entitled to
this same award, which was a spe
cial sweater with a new style crow
seek. The university recently rec
ognised swimming as a major
1850 Weber Piano $450
Beautiful mahogany ease, good'
- new. Easy terms.
GEO. fc. WILL, - 432 State. St,
- A
Where To
t"hiken Dinner
Today at the Gray Belle.
Special Turkey and Spring Lamb
Dinner served all day at the
Spa. . .
For Dinner This Evening
Special Sunday dinner 11.00 at
the Marion hotel today.
Special Chicken Dinner 50c
At the New Argola, 222 N.
O'Leary's Special Bnked Ham
And Chicken dinners today, 60
and 75c.
Fried Spring Chicken and Fried
Rabbit Dinners at State Cafe
teria. Open all day today.
Sunday Chicken Dinner
At the Home Restaurant, 50c.
Delicious home made pie.
Coffey Cafe Open All Day
153 S. Liberty.
Sponsors Ready to Help Con
testant for Honors as
"Miss Salem"
More girls who range In age
between 16 and 25 years and who
want a mighty, good chance to be.
Miss Salem? at a state-wide con.-;
test to be held in Portland next
month, are still desired to enter
the Elsinore-Statesman contest to
be held at the Elslnore theatre
next Thursday and Friday nights,
April 11 and 12.
The requirements are simple.
All the entrant needs to do is
to fill out a bank certifying her
age to be between 16 and 21 years
of age.
Several local firms stand ready
and anxious to sponsor a local
girl for their prospective "Miss
GALVESTON. Texas, April 6.
-Fifty-one of the world's most
beautiful girls, selected from
thousands of contestants in 18
foreign countries, 23 states and
10 large American cities, will
make up this year's entry list in
the International Pageant of
Pulchritude, Galveston's famous
beach spectacle, June 8 to 12.
More nations and states will be
represented than ever before, ac
cording to Willett L. Roe, man
aging director. Eight new foreign
countries and a .like number of
states having been enrolled this
year. Contests already are under
way or completed in Europe, Can-,
ada, Mexico, South America, the
West Indies and all parts of the
United States.
T. F. Huston Back
From California
Jaunt Saturday
T. F. Huston, junior member of
the Clough-Huston funeral direc
tors, returned early Saturday
morning from Los Angeles, where
he had spent the past ten days on
business and visiting Mrs. Huston
and his daughter, Miss Josephine.
While there he visited Hollywood
and watched Miss Josephine go
through the final scenes in the
Warner Bros, first all technicolor
production, "On With the Show."
Miss Huston has been with Warner
Bros, only a few months, but in
this show, her first, is cast oppo
site Arthur Lake, and with Sally
O'Neill, Louise Fazenda, Betty
Compson, Sam Hardy and the
Fairbanks twins.
While in the south he also heard
his daughter broadcast over War
ner Bros, station KFWB at Hol
lywood. Jason Lee Bible
Study at School
The regular devotional service
and bible study of the Jason Lee
Methodist church will he held this
week in connection with, the lead
ership training school for devotion
and visitation being held at the
Presbyterian church The class
session will begin at 7:30 o'clock,
with devotional meeting at 8:20
o clock.
SANTA MONICA, Cal., April 6
(AP) George J. Mohler, 70,
of Spokane, Wash., a brother of
A. L. Mohler. president of the un
ion Pacific system from 1911 to
1916, died here today.
Dr. Edith V. Witzd
Osteopathic Physician and Sur
geon, specializes In diseases of
women and children
Office 428 Oregon Bldg.
Phone 778 Res. 991R
Office Phone 1040
327-328 Oregon Bldg., Salem
General Practice of Law
For t sett TorW xea&ing lent
Examination Free inar year
. liuti against Ireakaf
- -.. 110 N. Commercial St.-
Circuit Judge M'Mahan Tries
Cases for Next 3 Weeks;
Briggs Wins Suit
Circuit Judge McMahan faces a
busy month ahead when he sur
veys the heavy docket which has
been fixed for the forthcoming
three weeks. Postponements and
settlements lightened the work of
the last week and may operate in
the next few days to reduce the
burden of cases up for . trial.
2. J. Riggs was awarded dam
ages of S1167.28 and costs Satur
day against New Jersey" Fidelity
and Plate Glass Co., when the lat
ter failed to appear: in court and
the judge directed a verdict to
the plaintiff.
Mrs. Lockwood Is
Again Defendant
Monday morning the case of
Williamson, vs. Lockwood will be
for trial. The plaintiff acts as ad
ministrator of the estate of May
nard Sawyer, deeeased, who was
killed several years ago when he
was struck by a car driven by Mrs.
Ruth Lockwood, defendant in the
case. Mrs. Lockwood is serving a
sentence in the state penitentiary
for manslaughter.
The docket set for the remain
der of the month Is:
PilC tow
, Caroline Paetow died April 6 at
a local hospital at the age of 16
years. Survived by her mother,
Mrs. Minnie Paetow, and one sis
ter. Body in charge of Clough-
Hnston company from which funV
crral-announcements will be madj
James Lambert died at the res
idence at 1140 North 14th srteet
April 5. at the age of S2 years.
Survived by his Iwidow, Marie,
and four children: John. Andre,
Marie Antoinette and Edward, all
of Salem; and his mother, Cecille,
one brother and four sisters, all
of Switzerland. Funeral services at
the Clough-Huston chapel Mon.
day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Rev. W. Earl Cochran officiating.
Interment In Lee Mission ceme
tery. Smith
Ada Cectle Smith died April 4
at a Portland hospital at the age
of 21 years. Survived by her fa
ther and mother. Mr. and Mrs.
Billy H. Smith, 451 Center street,
one sister, Aldeane, and two bro
thers, Eugene and Richard; also
her grandmother, Mrs. M. C. Chap
man of Salem, and two aunts.
Mrs. H. J. Mohr, of Salem and
Mrs. L. B. Fuller of Wenatchee.
Funeral services Tuesday at 10:30
p. m. at Rigdon's mortuary. Rev.
T. H. Temple officiating. Inter
ment Cityview cemetery.
George Washington Harvey died
at Jasper, Mo. Survived by Mrs.
May Harvey and one son, Arthur.
both of Jasper, Mo. Mrs. John
Wiles of Salem is a daughter.
Graveside services Monday at 10
a.m. at Cityview cemetery, with
the local I. O. O. F. lodge in
charge. Arrangements In care of
Mrs. Rose Wenger died at the
family home, 340 East Washing
ton street, April 4. Besides her
husband, Henry Wenger, she Is
survived by two children, Helen
and Clarence, both of Salem: also
two step sons, Arnold J. and Leo
nard H. Wenger of Salem. Funeral
services Monday at 1:30 o'clock
at Rigdon and Son's mortuary,
with Rev. A. P. Layton officiat
ing. Interment in Cityview ceme
tery. Halley
Robert C. Halley died Friday
morning in Salem. He is survived
by one son, Eugene. Salem; three
daughters: Mrs. Floyd Beamish
and Mrs. Edith Sasanne of Port
land: and Mrs. McNerney, of Pas
adena, Calif.; a' sister, Mrs. Han
nah Beardsley, of Florida; and the
following grandchildren: Francis
Beamish, Portland; Ernest W.
Beamish, Salem; Jack, Margaret,
Frances and Charlotte McNerney,
all of Pasadena. Remains in care
of Rigdon and Son's mortuary.
Funeral, services Monday after.
noon at 3 o'clock at Rigdon's un
der the auspices of Sedgewick
Post, G. A. R. Interment I. O. O.
F. cemetery. .
JBtltxtet iflemorial
Pica Yr.U MoUrte:y
A Park Cemetery
with perpetual care
Just ten minutes from the
heart of town
City View Cemetery
Established 1893 ' Tel. 1260
Conveniently Accessible
Perpetual care - provided for
Prices Reasonable
Wednesday, April 10, Gaskill
vs. Daugherty.
Thursday, April 11: Grelan vs.
Saturday, April 13: Carmack
vs. Settlemier.
Monday, April 15: Smith vs.
Tuesday. April 16: American
Hawaiian Steamship Co. vs. Nel
son Bros.
Tuesday, April 16: Ramp vs.
Wednesday, April 17: Doughton
vs. Nys.
Thursday, April 18: Shreeves
vs. Hill.
Friday, April 19: Lunt et ux
vs. Formick.
Monday, April 22: Smith vs.
Tuesday, April 23: Spong vs.
Haynes, .
Wednesday, April 24: Given vs.
Thursday, April 25: Lang & Co.
vs. Mclntire.
Friday, April 26: Adjustment
Bureau vs. Barber.
Peetx vs. Simpson.
A complete list of Kiwanis
committee appointments is con
tained in this week's bulletin is
sued by N. S- Elliott, secretary of
the club. The committees hold
office throughout the year. They
are as follows:
Agriculture: Henry Morris,
E. H. Bingenbeimer," F. A. Doer
fler, (f. B. Spencer.
Attendance: O. J. Myers, Willis
Clark, G. R. Fletcher, Harry Levy.
Business Standards: Ed. Schun
ke, Ralph Hamilton, Dave Wright,
W. W. Chadwick,
Classification: Fritz Slade, Dean
Geo. H. Alden, Wm. J. Liljequlst,
A. C. Nelson.
Finance: Douglas McKay : Tom
iWMlphar, Wm. Ellis, Goo; Vehrs.
hCcill and Gri44Vv. W. I.
House Geo. M. King, Karl G.
Beck, Geo. Terwllliger.
Inter-club relations: c. B. Mc-
Cullough, H. H. Hulsey, Henry
Morris, Rhea Lffper.
Kiwanis Education: Dean Al
den, Dr. Fred Thompson, E. E.
Laws and regulations: Willard
Wirtz, N. D. Elliott. Sam Kozer,
Dave Wright.
Music: Ed. Schunke, Carl Mil
ler, T. S. Roberts, W. Earl Coch
Prnirram Nnrmnn K. Tullv.
Leroy Hewitt, John L. Rand, E. E.
Public Affairs: O. P. Coshow,
Dr. C. A. Downs, Thero Hicks,
Herbert L. Stiff.
Publicity: Sheldon Sackett, C.
E. Wilson, Dr. David B. Hill, Ray
Reception: Don Roberts, U. S.
Page, H. K. WTorth, H. V. Love.
Under privilege child: Byron C.
Wright, I. M. Doughton, W. J.
Vocational guidance: J. N.
Chambers, L. O. Clements, H. Van
Naturalization: C. A. Kells,
Walter Nelson. Dr. B. T. Boals,
Prof. A. A. Vazakas.
Federated clubs: U. G. Holt,
Dan Jarman, Al Vick.
Membership: James H. Nichol
son, T. M. Hicks, C. C. Aller.
Song leaders: Earl Cochran, C.
E. Knowland.
Burton Winner
Of Fellowship
In University
Alvin Burton, senior in chemical
engineering at Oregon State col
lege, has accepted an assistant
ship in industrial chemistry at the
University of Illinois. He will
leave early in the fall to take up
his new duties as an assistant
while working for dis doctor's de
gree at this university.
Alvin Burton is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Burton of Salem.
Presiding Elder
In Salem Today
Rev. Walter Reynolds, presiding
elder of the Willamette district of
the.. United Brethern church, will
have charge of all services today
at the First United Brethern
church,' on Mission between 12th
and University streets. A. S. Hen
derson Is the pastor.
Prices Churned About as Ex
tensive Readjustment
is Necessary
NEW YORK, April 6. (API
Stock prices were churned about
in rather erratic fashion today in
reflections of the extensive read
justment of speculative accounts.
Prices generally headed down
ward but rallied later when the
fresh buying operations appeared
in some or the popular oil and ;
railroad shares. Acute weakness !
cropped out in a few high priced j
specialties which dropped 5 to 20
Speculative sentiment was un
settled by the circulation of un
confirmed rumors that a large op
erator who was sponsoring a
pool In a motor stock bad met
with financial difficulties. While
there were no new developments
in the credit situation, many large
and small traders were reported
to be reducing their long commit
ments on the-theory that a major
upswing was unlikely. While the
market was under the threat of
the federal reserve board that un
less there was-voluntary coopera
tion by the banks in obtaining a
reduction of brokers borrowing it
"may adopt other methods of in
fluencing the situation.".
Some Issues Are
Boosted Skyward
Pools, seeing little hope of at
tracting a large public following
centered their operations on a few
issues in which special develop
ments are reported to be pending.
American Express was run up
more than 15 points to a new high
at 375 and Superior Steel, after
dipping two pointfe in the early
trading ran up 5 points above last
night's close to a new high record
at 72 i-
Van Sweringen Issues also were
prominent in the rally. Chesa
peake and Ohio, Erie common.
Nickel Plate and Allegheny Cor
poration all sold 2 to 3 points
Restriction Policy
Forces Oils l"p
Renewed buying of the oils was
based on the theory that despite
failure of oil officials to receive
federal government approval of
a nationwide curtailment program
the restriction policy would be
made effective through religious
agreements and state legislation.
American B. Houston and
Standard Oil of New Jersey were
prominent in trie recovery..
In the early selling movement,
Case Threshing broke 20 points.
Commercial Solvents 7, Wright
Aeronautical 6, Baldwin 5', and
International Telephone and A.
M. Byers 5 each, Union Carbide,
Advance Rumley, Motor Products
and Mexican Seaboard dropped 3
to 4 points, but some of the
losses were cut down In the late
recovery. n
The closing was steady. Total
sales approximated 1.500,009
Complete remodeling of the
"Blue Bird" begun today will be
finished late Tuesday night in
time to permit reopening of the
restaurant-confectionery Wednes
day, Jack Hughes and Clay Tay
lor, proprietors, announced Satur
day. I
We have a 1928 Pontiac Sport
Sedan, haa been in carefol
hands, driven bat very little,
folly eqaipped and like sew (a
every respect. Price $783.00.
"The Hoase That Service Built"
TAYLOR wish to announce that
the ''Blue-Bird" will be closed
this next
on account of complete remodel
ing and renovations
Open Wednesday
Many Pairs
Licensed to
Be Married
He was only a kid. hardly look
ing the 21 years of age he swore
was the truth when he presented
himself late Saturday afternoon
before County Clerk Boyer and
requested a marriage license.
Because the clerk is kind and
wanted the boy and the girl to
get married Sunday as they
planned, the office door was re
opened after the clock had passed
the 5 p. m. mark and Owen Kav.
ser 21, of Silverton, obtained "a
license to wed Georgia Jay of
Noti, 18, in Eugene today.
Kayser gave his occupation as
a "lumberjack while Miss Jav
said she was unemployed.
Other licenses issued'during the
day included the following:
Daniel R. Hughes, 31. Salem, to
Ola Voekel. 25, Salem.
Lewis W. Vinton, 21, Portland,
to Adella W. Miller, 20, Portland.
Perry J. Cooper, 5S, Salem, to
Gloria R. Lawrence, 55, Lincoln,
Herbert Polley. legal age, Sa
lem, to Faye Hilborn, legal ape.
Salem. ,
A group of women from College
Hill, Nebr., last week indicated
their Intention of soliciting sub
scriptions in Salem within a few
days, in the interests of a magazine
printed in braille for blind per
sons. Their proposal was submit
ted to the Business Men's league,
which after investigation denied
The league found, it was ex
plained, that the state and other
regular agencies supply the blind
with all the reading material they
require. The fact that the maga
zine is published in the middle
west was considered another rea
son why it should not be support
ed here.
Edward Fisher is
Featured in Choir
At Eugene School
April 4. Edward Fisher of Salem,
sophomore In political science,
took active part in the cholr-orr
chestra joint recital this week In
McArthur court. Mr. Fisher has a
baritone voice and carried much
of the Incidental solo work in
"The Highwayman" by Taylor,
one of the numbers sung by the
men's glee club. The Fhaerald stu
dent publication, in commeoiifig
upon the recital says of him
"Fisher's voice has excellent car
rying power and he sings with ex-'
presslon and feeling." The recital
under the direction of Rex Under
wood and John Stark Evans, re
spective directors of the Univer
sity Symphony orchestra and Uni
versity Symphonic choir, was the
final appearance of these groups
this year.
Face Cream
The Best Preparation of Its
Kind, the
Queen of Complexion
Softens and Whitens the Skin,
Removes Freckles and Tan,
Prevents Wrinkles
Manufactured by
Schaef er's
Drag Storo
1SS X. Com'l. St. Phone 1S7
The Original Candy Special
. Store of Salem.
Peaslar Agency
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lar business transacted. ;