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Hcinwu Here Mrs. Mary
ScScMaldtJ M o t h r of Edward
SniSehseldt who died here July 4. Toting, Mist Edna White and Be
au mat son Tom Schmidt arrived In na Mickey, all of Los Angeles,- ar.
SiBateae Sunday to attend the fun- rived in Salem early this week
er Aral services which will be held at and will rialt friends here for sev
KiJQifet'i ehapel today at one era! weeks. TheyT made the trip
o's&Vlock. Mrs. Schmidt, cornea from by aalomobile. passing over the
i tCtoteaa, Kaaiea. and her son from Redwood Highway to Crescent
lUtoefcester,, N. Y. The two will ae- City,' from there fo Grants Pass
cocouany the body back to
IeJeaa.: r- i ' v ' ' '
IMDefaalti Decree Created A de-i
fiCaalt decree was granted in circuit I
con Monday in the case of W. J. I
Busasrmgy vs. the Saver Fox. SalesJ
ai:aDeTeJopmeat Co. The Judg-
m aunt was lor S323C.25. interest
scami ostsj A Judgment in the cam
of et 13224X.05, .costs and interest
vriMsu also granted M.. A. Shite
gBinst the sane comoaay.
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noKumsieK se- weo mar- r
r?6 c'""? "T """ft I
iBfjMBTcoawy ciera s oiace w ur. i
Jooaara n. McuornUc ef lraiaiui Mrs. O. A. Noye acct-Hamio
o bku . iiewuw. jw i
Matt Myrtl t.iWelse at MeIor4,
jiusuy.is. ibna aaa seen a, wcnaxiwca. u.,:ritax4.i iroa a xnjlof the News-Times. Roderick
(offer at aambsr of years. Her hone j t- tbeA beaebes SUy evening. I Blatchfor returned with then for
orsjapaauy wm naiwm.i ;
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fit as as a H tbne ZLJ?
.vrat Cm ewmtfsrnr fli-
fi.daBeliTa. sd they are haasruag
r, sesx Fosoi, is waceiCT mj. i
HtteUeft Sanday and" will be on
i iter at TOTungni,
MUee.se laasMSM marriage
!"emm was lssaea iais wetiemt u i
.ik. of fir to John
It H.H Bjley. Jr.. of Abajjleea.
i sw.i. mti ppsrTReid
s, vss ss j - w
uircii mnm Hits PearTReid
'j B-rl cko a uhoAi teach-
' :Z ZZ Z ":LSt " i7u- is s
;iartt!4 engineer., The couple will
m-ineae tneir none m oa5cuW. i.
HUif AVorktng For "Y" Wes- Mildred Ihrig. statistlciaa and of- Too Fast, Claim In report
iV Heise, graduate & Salem high Hcemanager at the Marion county tog a collision between her auto-
-sehbol this year, is wonting on
..Mtaiiding I on a pieagtss oi iu . .
C Q. JL.The pledges made possible
.tte 1 eoastrcctian tte present
t. bia.ing.r said to be one or the
nieet' in, the northwest.
Jftanv !at Park Sarviee Approx-
. . i . v if
loiaiteli 500 persons attended the
r -reffisious services sponsored by the
.! MiBisterial association in Wiilson
i. rkrlt Sunday afternotm. The meet-
i iiasa win oe regutar reoi.
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f thet.sumner. Joseph Beaner . wljl
te am orcnestra at future meet-rc",
torn; BradT Reoorts
w fivtiM f th Y. HI. C. A.!
rfurtng June will be read at thejloway, f 10 South Winter street.
i. $.uHiiinf th board of I was arrested early Sunday morn-1
' ZZzZ. Ti,urf!airai. w h
f sLiaeOld director of education in
un.Looisville. Ky.. association,
v iwi&be a guest.
Mack oa Buying Trli Mrs.
nJBaana 'Mack iwent to Portland
MMaasday morning to look over new
iretaoks. While urn Portland Mrs;
Mack will be the guest of-her bro
- .joker's family. She plans to return
.. .to aicm Wednesday or Thursday.
V IssUine Brother W. H. Lip-
' rti-rpMnrl of- duration in the
.i.i.vnu PTv v M O A is vis-
ti- n hrthr who lives in S-
.'! , j
ir sem. : Ales, uppoia ana a wu av-
v company him.
I Honlturo Uplmtetcree -
! And repairing Cleee-Powers
I ccordian fen the Musical Revue
tVUnesdav ntzht at Chautauaua.
9:99 to I st t
1 9-fet Used Cars See
MVlckBros.: High and Trade.
ranLe 'Xrw PbBco Is Here -
i 4ee It at H. L. Stiff Furniture
C iCp. ;-.!
V.VTfarn Ton Think of TUat -
iPicnic think of Lee's fancy
rA fM-c h,n .Mill 113FS.
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i Firee delivery.
i Used Cars See
i Vicki BrosJ High and Trade
I fiver See a Hungarian Piano
See and hear one Friday after-
r.moon at the big Chautauqua tent,
i A native Vlennan will play one
T-I ! .
.a-o ! 1
Tftemai Bros. Kattd
I K Mellow Maon, every Wed. and
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i:I3tefafaue Sean Oiien
J i At PBtland. comets sad fantafls
iiwrrvinr. Salem's Petland. 473
sState street. I
(tUd'Tirse Dance at Armorj-
!t5rery Wed. and Sat. night.
j fiW Used Cars See
t Tick: Bros. -Ilign and irade.
TTe First Class. Entertainmeats
j iFor $2.5a. Buy your-season
ticket to Chautauqua.
TT New Philco I Here
See ir at H. i.. stitr rwrniture
vUtWlsh to Thank-
1 1 .Our friends for their kindness
j-anu. sympathy during the illness
liftd .death of our mother. H. El-
jsaer, Joha M. and Roy E. King.
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'rTl JfeW Philco Is Here , i
SU See itrat H. L. Stiff Furniture
is?u 'Yoar easonTIcket
a nm XT1T
ran be obtained after W ednesday
lBi-ht - : ' ; t - '
- iiMssenie Picalc ' ;
.3a ve the.dateFree- admittance.
SFsee Ice cramaa eonee servea
j.ftJI n aJ AH Masonw aiiiuaies
LJm their Invited cuests welcome.
fSfliv 20 at Haxel Greea.Park re
"iowd tor that date all day and
;f-free dance in evening.- utoamw
cSalem No." I. PaciIlC ISO. v anaicaarge wi.sjftcuius, uu
ras. Grotto. t
'kViM.na taftr - - - - - - ' - - ' - !''
IXsTor Snexpenslve gifts. PomeroyiMondayrla: tha case af Anna S.
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Calilornlans Visit Miss Vivian
Tobjut. her moth vr.
G-iana then south to Crater Lake
before coming on north to Salem.
Auto Tama Ovwi Th antnmo-
bile drives bv c. T. Datv. Salem
route i; wa cvertjarned in a eoU
lisioa with a machine operated br
Mary Easier, 12444 State street,
at 171 aad Cbennsketa streets
Monday afternoon at 12:16. ae-
cordis j-t a police cfiieer who in-
vestlcated. J5 es tos-injure.
Mr. Doty was driving east jwt
rwmakets and. lira. Ensley stmthj
5 !-' 4 f
vwt Fro soiua usitotaiir. i
ipavw w war nniweRmna fuiv
n& Mr. C. -JL Store. otvXr-jtreT
iTie - anw, was ; oan-, emj 4
Salem for several weeks., will
rtm Joaraey in
few days. The drow tkrwch
from Bonth Dakota amd-eapeet to
hack tacethar with another I
ene wick them.
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ff Qozried. Tela Mrs. I
Wolgamett; head of tee
ctela nhysicsl edaeatien depart-
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7 " v. V" . iw 7-y-l
Jlu wA hlT
of CaliffflmU. She waa on her way
called by , word
to Oregon City,
that her mother was critically m
Canada Miss :
returned irom a vacation xnp w
Toronto. Canada. While there she
served as maid or nonor at u.e
wedding of Miss Mildred Shack-
ieran. formerly aj memoer or me
health center staff here, to Paul
Palmer Bushnell. I
Speeder Flriedj Harold wood- school at the University of Wia
burji, Salem route 7, was fined iMcensin arrived yesterday, and will
in municipal court Monday on a
charge of deeding, on which he
wa arrested by local traffic offi-
auntiay. xvoi xiui.. i va ivu
wreei, was arresiea on sunuu i
in amber on t aeation Salem
too juaey in ai k. u. uai-
inr on a charge of driving an auto-l
mobile-with four; persons in the
driver's seat. Louis K. BalBnger,
a o isorxn uoeriy, was arresieoj
on a similar charge.
B-wetlmg to Rise A permit was
issued Monday frdm the city build
ing inspector's office to Mrs. Em
ma, Murphy Brown, for construc
tion Kit a dwelling at 2270 Center
to cost 93,000.
Price & Company have the coa-
"ere rromortn uaaoia jit.
ana jars, ueorge
lof flrand 'Porks
are guests at the
J Burton Crary
home. vMr. Sturetevant
era! Secretary of
the Y. M. C. A.
at Grand Forks, the former home
i of the Crary's
Abandons Studies Mrs. Marie
I Tavenner, who has been attending
summer school at the University
i of Washington, has-returned to
her home here, eye trouble lore-
Mn her to bandoa her Indies for
tB present. v
Add to BulhHnff D. A. White
and H. O. White received a per
mit Monday to build an addition
ta a store -building at 263 South
Commercial street; at a cost- of
$2,000. Frank' C
Yount Visits A. E. Tount of
Portland, was in Salem for a bus-
iness and friendly visit Monday,
i . . , ii n tr i ul
ne maue a can ou v-. a. nn
wnom ne worxea on me siate com
mtttee of the Y. M, C. A.
n The Upton
Close party of whieh Dean Roy R.
Hewitt, the Rev. Norman K. Tuuy.t
Roy Lockenour shd Ronald Hewitt
are members will 'land in Japan
the first paty of this week,
Daoehter Bora Mr.. and Mrs.
Win ford B. Richardson are par-
I eats of a baby Kirl. born July 2
Their hvme is 1227 Jtorth Fourth
street. ! i-
Fails to Stop Guy Crosby. 532
North High street, was fined f 5
in municipal court Monday on a
charge ot tailing to stop at a
through street intersection.
AMratioas Planned Esther E.
Kelson received a permit Mon
day tu alter a dwelling at 1105
Cross street at a cost of $800.
C M. Nelson is in charge of- the
lights Lacking W. L. Ash, of
550 North Summer street, was
tinaA t9 tit mnltMnsl jwtnvt
Monday cn a charge of driving
an autowjbiie at night without
Freperty Rale Approved Sale
oft property in behalf of Ladd
Bush vs. Charles B. Lomas. et al;
was approved m an order issued!
in .circuit court; Monday.
. 4 .r-."
nwer mm - Answer was
Kl., -W J .. l.it. i
y ,nWuua, .uin.u.i
the casa of Charles -J. Terzan vs.
. p Lad the defendant filing
i lne papers.
i ' ; .
ae. 1145 Oak street, was fined
$5. Monday In municipal court fo
1 taking the right of way from an
1 ntber notorisU - t
L " ' .c --.
- r' Rariag Charged-r-C.A; Smith
posted 110 bail Sunday when
1 w arrcsi-cu uj w. vvuk u
i,Mnlt Ordered An order
- 'ldtfatt was issued in circuit court
tuvoca vs. tiaroia u. luvock.
Behlee In CityMr. 1 and Mrs.
James Bohle were In Salem Mon
day to risit fries ds . here, Mrs.
Bohle remaining in JLha city for
the week. Mr. Bohle is spending
the snmmer at Falls City- where
his parents reside. This fall he
will return to Raymond, Wash
where for the past tire years he
has been a member of the high
school facalty, serring his last
three years as principal. He was a
graduate of Willamette anTrerslty
in the class of 1922. 5 f -
Browaells to Eugene Long
beards and sideburns along with
mustaches 1 and ! Mother ,hirsutte
adorameata' made seeing the
"sights" In Xagene sotnething out
of the erdinsay for Tar. and Mas.
PM1 Brownell on a. trip made
there Sanday. The day was spent
with Mr; and Mrs. Darid HU1,
paremU of Mrs. Brownell and Mr.
HU1, keeping la line with the pro
cession, was hardly known to his
daughter when he appeared with
well dereioped side whiskers, i
c. J. GiUetts and small son .spent
fSuaaay at the home of Mrs. Gil-
iett e'g parents Dr. and Mrs. Ben
Blatchferd. They returned
snadiy night to Sorest Grove
Mr. Gillette la the yabllsher
a brieC visit.
r Hro From Crooked Finger
John. PUus who is a farmer in th
ea tuger district .near
Scotts MUls was la tie city Hon-
day to attend to scheol easiness
jwtth Mrs. Mary Fulkerson, coun-
'T superiHtena-eni. Mr. Plans Is
clerks of the school, board in the
urooaea rtmger dutrlct.
Botti Can Turaing Two au-
were making re-
SUte d Winter streets Sunday.
.n11I aytA v , f '
coUld and the drirer of ene was
.itrhtl, ittiTiraA -.M- t
eu F. Lacy, 20i0 Breyman street.
isva at so ;. w cao UVVI"
rue other driver was David F.
Farlaugh, 689 Breys street.
moDU ana mat oc A. wemstetn
at-Shipping and Cottage streets
Monday forenoon. Mrs, Evelyn
McCumber claimed that Wein
stein was .driving at an excessive
Drives Prom Wisconsin Edwin
Doane who is attending Medical
spend the remainder of the sum
mer with his parents at 1531
North Summer streets. Mr.JDoane
jarove irom Wisconsin in lour
ousmess men too weir usual
Monday noon walk towards the
chamber of commerce rooms
were out their exertion since the
chamber is on its annual summer
aca"on- The next luncheon-of
v"c ul s"""uuu wm uc uciu ocp-
Parked Car Hit' The auto
mobile of J. H. Hathaway, 695
Court street, while -parked Sat
urday -on Court street between Li
berty and High, wai struck by a
machine driven by Mrs. Hallie
Rowan, 629 South Second street.
Mrs. Rowan was backing out
from th9 curb.
Bank Debits Checked Vp June
bank debit checks for. this year
" "Ported Dy Baoson's show
& IUIK1 UL J. 4 J.A.O .) WU1CU IS
virtually the same as in June,
1928. when the debits were $14,
361,525. Daughter Born Mr. and Mrs.
E, C. Goodlin of Eugene are par.
ents of a baby girl who ; has been
named Patricia Joan. Mrs. Good
lin, who was Miss Anna Porter,
was formerly a resident of Salem.
Accident Reported Automo
biles, driven by Mrs. Lela V. Da
vidson. 2217 Fairgrounds Road,
and Ralph Hanson, employe of
the state hospital, collided at
court and Summer streets Sun
Autos Collide Fred Hottin-
ger of Stayton and Imogene Card
ner. set North 24th street, were
drivers of automobiles which were
involved in a collision Sunday
. i s
ntgnr on r errj- sirrei.
snDimiity air. ana
Mrs. vviiuam.ciaaeK ana iamuy,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bondel, and
I Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Talmage spent
Sunday at the George Tate rancn
home near Sublimity., ;
Mmit AntM Reistrtd Dnr-
ine the month of June.: 573 autos
W'ere registered at the municipal
auto nark nere oespue tne laci
that the summer .was late in get
Maffler Lacking Jim Rockhlil
of Dayton was fined $5 la muni
cipal court Monday on a charge of
driving an automobile : not equip
ped with a muffler.
Default Judgment Given A de
fault Judgment was granted Mon
day in circuit court in the case of
R. E. McCaffrey vs. Roy H. Sim
mons in the sum of ,$3800 aad
Feldmans Visit Mr. and Mrs1
W. E. Feldman. 1311 Court
street, are spending a! two weeks
vacation; In Los Angeles and vi
Clinic at Rtayton An exam
inatlon clinic will be held at Stay-
ton today by Dr. Edward Lee Rus
sell ot the Marion county child
grhool Board Meets The Sa
tlem district school board will
hold Its first meeting L of- the
fT R,ntr 1,11,
I "" -o
school building. I
fa s yrsserlptioa f-r i
- COLDS, GRIPPE, FLC.t ;
bEXGUE, BDUOTJ& FEVER
- . -and B1ALARIA . :
TLiM. th moat tftiy r y kaswav
t ym m
Thc OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Tuesday llorninjr, July 9,
Last Year's Record Output
Will be Exceeded This
; Season, Claim
Prospects for ! a splendid hvp
crop throuchout the state were
foreseen 'Monday by vDurhln
Cornoyer. well known local grow
ers and buyers, when they made
an estimate that the yield of the
state would ma between 90,900
aad 100,000 bales, while the 192S
yield, considered very good, went
to 89,000 bales.
While quantity appears good,
quality Is also high in these crow-
era opinion. Also the present time
some yards are fighting lice and
a growth known as hoaey dew
aad It la Imperative that these
peats be checked since the foreign
trade is rigid in its requirements
that hops be dean. This yar Eng
land s duty on : bops "Imported
amounts, to .18c a pound and let
ters for foreign; purchasers of
hops demand that the grade . se
cured from this country be Ugh
The hop crop is to be larse in
England this year, according to
advices received from that coun
try although some trouble is ex
perienced there with lice. While
American grown hops must face a
duty of 18c a pound, plus a freight
charge of 3.15c a pound and in
surance In transit, there will be
considerable demand for local
hops due to the fact that these
are blended by : English brewers
with their own and German
grown hops to produce the desired
Faced by large production here
and abroad, the outlook for a fa
vorable price in the Willamette
valley is ; not encouraging. No
sales of the 1929 yield have as
yet been reported by the cleanup
of the 1928 crop indicates that
me price lor this year will run
around 15c a pound which is be
low a price whieh will make any
net profit for the grower.
some saies oi me uzs croo
left in Oregon have been made in
the last fortnight until Monday
the county showed that only 4881
bales of that yield were left un
sold In the state. This is a slight
ly larger carry-over than in 1928
and a much larger surplus than
that carried over in 1927.
Sales were made in the last
fortnight as follows: A. J. Ray A
Sons, 206 bales at 15c; J. Harry
Hart 18 bales at 14 Vic; Arthur
Sith, 158 bales at 15c; James
Linn, . 22 bales at 14c; 50 bales
at 13c; 27 bales at 13c; T. A.
Lhresley. 45 bales of.fuggles at
Check was being made Monday
in the county clerk's office of all
estates filed during the months of
April, May and June pending the
required report every three
month's to the state treasurer for
purposes of inheritance tax collec
tion. Sixty estates were admitted to
probate In the last three,, months
state inheritance tax is required
only when the estate is of a value
exceeding $10,000 provided that
the bequests are made to a rela
tive. In cases of bequests to non
relatives or under a collateral be
quest, the inheritance tax starts at
the $1000 mark in collateral lega
cies and on all moneys left to non
retatives. . . T.Z1 1
Dawson Leaves wSjor C. A.
Dawson, U. S. Army, left Satur
day for three weeks temporary
duty at Fort Worden, Washington,
in connection with toe encamp
ment of the 249th Coast Artillery
and the Joint Army & Nary Man-
Detail Leaves An advance de
tail consisting of Captain Cliff Ir
win and Captain J. H. Garnjobst
with 21 enlisted men of the 249th
coast artillery left Sunday for
Fort Worden, Washington. .
No Bioad Routes Jn No truck
line routes for the Salem school
district have sa ?et been reported
to tne county boundary board al
though the district is known to be
working on its routes.
Long Leaves Wednesday Rev.
Ward Willis Lone of Stockton.
Calif., leases Salem Wednesday af
ter visiting for some time with
local friends. ,
New ' Window i Placed A new
plate glass window was placed in
the Johnson building on. State"
street Monday replacing one re
cently broken there.
Jacksons Jubilee Singers
. Real Negroes Singing as bnly, Real
t Negroes Gari Sing 1 f
; i : , "Catchy: SmgfSongs
Melody and Harmony .
: ; Don't Mis Them -
Free to all people ver seventy v4
Thursday afternoon and evening
: r '' Buj'your season; ticket row. None can be .
-':'-. purchased after Wed. nite Chautauqua
Mrs. Ge Ed Ross of Salem
Mrs. Q. Ed Ross, who Is spend
ing a month or so In the east aft
er attending the national Baptist
convention, at Denver the latter
part f Jane as a delegate from
the Calvary Baptist church, has
written Salem frieads of her trip
as far as Detroit, Mich., and is ap
parently enjoying a. delightful
trip. Following are excerpts from
her letter: ,"' '! 1
The stop at Boise was most
pleasant. What impressed me most
there was the beautiful city park
alone the river, which covers
what was the city damp being
five blocks in length, with tennis
cowrts, swimming pool, picnic
grounds, soo, and ether attrac
tions, where tired-. folk may go
for rest and amasement. Also It
la a good object lesson making
the best of a bad situation. ' ;
"The three days in Denver were
delightful beyond words. The
"mile- high" city personified Its
reputation for Cordiality, and del
egates were treated royally. The
convention- program was, splendid,
and Twy Inspirational. Ampnf the
many special features was a dele
gation of Crew Indians from
Lodge- Grass, Montana, who, in
their gay shawls and moccasins,
and the men with long braids
all singing a hymn ta their native
language were an Impressive
"There also was a wonderful
historic pageant depleting-; the
work of Adaniram Judson and
Of the 62 estates filed In the
county court, IS were of an esti
mated value of $10,000 or more.
These estates follow: William D.
Cornish, $23,000; John Scholl,
$15,000; Walter H. Ruble, $15,
000; Robert A. Weitrel. $21,000;
Sarah A. Hovenden, $10,000; Se
vern Manegre, $12,600, Charles
Sappingfield. $14,000; Melvin
Thomas Miller, $15,000; Ida M.
Keene, $14,000: Dolph Boyer,
$15,800: Ida Mae Daue. $50,000:
Lenta D. Westacott, $37,500; T. J.'
CAUSES JAIL TERM
Robert K. Groshong and Simon
Barnes, -both young men who re
side in the neighborhood of; Ger
vals, are to spend a 3 O-days en
forced vacation in the county Jail
as a result of a sentence imposed
upon them Monday by Justice Bra-
tier Small before whom they plead
guilty to the charge of wrongful
possession of intoxicating liquor.
The two men were arrested in
the Checkerboard roadside stand
Sunday night after their continued
misbehavior had caused the pro
prietor considerable annoyance.
He appealed to W. J. Mulkey, Jr.,
state traffic officer, for assist
ance and Mulkey put the men 'un
der arrest, not until they had of
fered considerable resistance.
REV. LONG VISITS
Rev. Ward Willis who ia known
to Kiwanians of Salem as
"Shorty," will be the speaker at
today's luncheon meeting in the
Marion hotel. Rev. Long Is pas
tor of the Presbyterian church at
Stockton. Calif.. but before his
pastorate there was minister ot
the Presbyterian church of Salem.
Friday night the Kiwanians will
ioln with Rotarians, Lions and
Zontas in the annual inter-club
picnic which wiir be held at Ha
ger's grove. Wives of the service
club members will furnish the
FINEST TORIC QC
READING LENSES . . V ?
Eyeglass Insurance and thor
ough examination included. .
HO N. Commercial St.
Wltkost prttm mt less f Ubm.
DR. MARSHALL r . .
329 Orsfloa Bid.
ABOUT LOCAL OK KASTJEBJi
Oregon Dectric Ry.A
VBlametU faRey Line
his sood wife Ann. The lighting
effects In this .Vera amaxingly
beautiful, i s . : f r '.
de attr1 boGoverno
curios, irom we isaptut mission
fields,- throughout the jworld.
Then, there were the usual j con
vention branch postoffice, tele
garph office, bureau of in 'orma
tloa and publicity depaiiment.'
The hospitalities from very 'think
able source were unbounded.
One Pennsylvania delegate
said to me. This delight lul in
formality of the West Is Indeed
wonderful -where people speak
without formal Introductions,' '
"A few busy days were spent
In Chicago with relatives! and
many worth-while places visited.
From here we motored to South
Haven. Michigan, where I was met
by my brother, and famUv
troit. and we motored on
a trip delightful beyond wirda o
Schmidt, who died In Salem July
4. will be held Tuesday jat one
o'clock at Rlgdon's mortuary un
der the auspices of Capitpl Post
number 9, American Legion with
Rev. F. C. Taylor officiating. The
body will be shipped to;" jGalena.
Kansas, for interment therfe.
! 1 -
j Bean .
Funeral services for Louis E.
Bean, si, who died in Salm Sat
urday evening:, July S. willibe held
Tuesday morning at 10:1.51 o'clock
in tne cnapel of the Rigdon mort
uary with Dr. D. H. Leach of Al
bany and Rev. F. C. Taylor, of Sa
lem, officiating. After the servi
ces here, the funeral procession
will proceed to Eugene wiere in
terment will take place inijthe Ma
sonic cemetery. The body Iwill li
In state at Rigdon's Monday eve
ning from 7:30 to 9 o'clock ami
Tuesday morning from S iintiI9
Elizabeth Hogan McGuire died
at ner home in Portland iMonday
anernoon. sne was the widow nt
tne late Terence McGuifre, and
leaves lour children: MrsJ George
E. Waters, Salem: ' Mrs Louis
Asnaman, Salem; Charles" J. Mo
uuire, Smithers, B. C; abd Miss
ivamryn Mcuuire. Portland. " One
granddaughter, Miss Heleh Ashli-
man, lives in Salem. Mrs. Mc
Guire was for many years a resi
dent of Salem, but had lived ia
Portland for nearly twenty years
previous to her death. $he was
born in ftublin,. Ireland, 'July 1.
1851. Funeral arrangements are
in care of Rigdon"s. Funeral Wed
nesday morning at 9 o'clock i St
City View Cemetel
stablished 1803 Tel
Perpetual care provided
A Park Cemetery
with perpetual care
Just ten minutes from1 the
heart of town
IXOTD X. EIGDON, Msr. .
You could fry an eg
tric Fan it'q as cool as a veteran actor op opening; night.- Keep the air ia your office t
or Home fresh And moviaig with an electric fan w low first cost; negligible dperatinjr ;
msr... MaOv Rtvli. mar
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Successor) to Commis
Appointment of a successor t6
Louis . Bean as a member of the
public service commission, awaits
the decisloa of Governor Patter
son. The question was raised here
Monday as to whether Governor
Patterson has authority to appoint
a successor to Mr. Bean, who
would serve later than the general
election in 1930. This question
was based on the 129 legislative
act jrhlch makes the offices of
public service' commissioners ap-1
potntlve, but provides that elect
ive members of the commission
shall serve out the term for which
they were elected. Mr. Bean was
elected to serve the term ending
December 31, 1930.
Attorneys expressed the opin
ion that the governor's appointee
to succeed Mr. Beaa would serve
until January 1, 1931. when re-
fPPointraent ot the official would
be ma&s ander the .1929 law. It
was pointed out that even though
a candidate for office vacated by
Mr. Bean's death was nominated
and elected at the 1930 elections,
he would be prevented from hold
ing the office for the reason that
the appointment under the 1929
act would become effective on
January 1, 1931.
Reports Indicated that Gover
nor Patterson would be urted to
Call and See . Dr.
able Gumlite Plate.
If you are intending to har
your teeth extracted t and de.
sire plate work, come to my
No charge for . extractions
where plates or bridges are or
dered. PAINLESS DENTISTRY
.Twentieth 'Century Plates
Nature Expression Bridgework
303 State St..
Sam - Oregon .
for clean cotton rags
BE F ILED
on the: pavement, bat next lyour WEST1NGH0USE Elec
nrtPPSf-i ! " . "". . - - '
Corner Ferry and High StreeU
consider Frank Miller of Albany:
as a successor to Mr. Bean. Mr.
Miller was appointed a member, ot
the public service commission la
1907-when Oswald vWesJ resigned "
to become governor. - Mr. MUler
later was elected to tbe of nee
and ienred tor a period ot eight,
years'. Besides i serving' as publio
service commissioner. Mr. Miller
was a ' regent of state normal
schools for a number ot years and '
has held . numerous ether offices
of public trust. - 1 "
Prominent republicans said that
Mr.' Miller ' was the logical man, "
for the office of publie service .
commissioner for the reason that
he once served as a member 4ot
the body and is a" resident of,
section "of the state not represent
ed on the commission at the pres
ent time. The two ' remaining
members of he commission are H.v
H. Corey, representing the-eastern
Oregon district, and O. H.
Bortzmeyer, a resident of Port
land. The name of Fred Bnchtel ot
Portland, ex-member of the pub
lic service ; commission., also' was
mentioned here today in connec
tion with the appointment ot Mr.
LIMA. jPeruv July 8 ( AP)
The airplane Southern Star, which
had not beea heard from sincet H
left France field. Panama, early
yesterday morning, landed at Las
Palmas air field at 5rM5 p. m.. to
We have a 1D23 Dodge, 1924
Overland and 4924 Fcml.
eqnfpped with Pkk up bodies.
Tliese cars are in perfect con
dition at bargain prices.
"The House That Service BnUt"
What is better on
these hot summer
days than a good cool
drink of your favor
ite beverage served,
cold and pure?-And
If It Comes Front Schaef
ers Its the Best Drink in
: The Original Tellow Front
and Candy Special
Store ot Salem.
183 N. Com'l. St. Phone i 07
suitable for wipmg