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Twelve Per Cent Call Money
ate Fails to'Halt Bull ,
NEW YORK, July 14. .-(AP)
The boll party succeeded In send
ins prices climbing again on the
stock market today. . despite con
tinuance ol a 12 per. cent rate tor
call loans, and. considerable prof
it-taking U tbe rails. The mar
- ket appeared to have recovered
considerably from the uneasiness
caused by the unexpected mid-
month money pinch, and the days
operations piled up total sale of
mere than 4,500,000 shares.
More than three dezeri issues
were once more sent t new high
prices, and the Associated Press
index of 20 leading utility stocks
rose 5.7 points to a record level.
Bullish attentions quickly return
ed to the utilities, when the rails,
for which the utility issues were
neglected late last wee, began to
slip in realizing. j : ,
Rumors Fly u tt'
Special Meet Held
Announcement ' that a special
meeting of U. S. Steel directors
was being held after the close of
the market stirred up ; an assort-
rmcnt of rumors- of extra or stock
dividends, and the issue was bid
up more than 6 points to a record
price at 205 1-4, but the meeting
turned out to have been only for
the purpose of formally calling the
10-60 "year bonds.
Auburn Auto was hurled up 3S
. points to 405, the highest yet, but
closed at 391. Allis Chalmers rose
more thaa 13 .points to a peak
price at Z&l l-2,j on reports that
. it will be split up this, fall. Air
Reduction, American Bank Note,
Bristol Myers, California Packing,
Commercial Solvents, Flelschmann
and Hershey Chocolate were other
Issues rising sharply to record lev
els. Some of the oil shares were
strong, Beacon and General As-
, phalt reaching .new tob ground.
Railway equipments, euch as
American. Locomotive and General
. Railway Signal sold at record
r ; prices. !
I Rail Quotation j o
A number of the rails continued
to climb, Norfolk and I Western
reaching another peak; with an
extreme gain of about 8 points.
Southern Pacific Southern Rail
way and Kansas City Southern
- were among others reaching new
tops. c Earnings statements for
Jane will be out in about 10 days,
and car loadings reports, indicate
unusually satisfactory showings.
Many of the rails which have risen
rapidly in the past few days, bow
ever, encountered heavy profit
taking, Atchison falling more than
4 points, Chesapeake and Ohio
and Union Pacific aboat 3, and
New York Central, New Haven
. and Nickel Plate 1 to 2. Pennsyl
vania touched a record .; price at
99, but closed .fractionally lower."
V tilities Bid Up
To 12 Points J1
The utilities. Western: Union,
Ftcdard Gas, -Consolidated Gas,
Public Service, of j New Jersey,
North American, Louisville Gas
and Detroit Edison were bid up 4 j
to 12 points to record territory.
A conspicuous; soft spot was
American Telephone, wale-it fell
back about four points, and closed
more than 2 lower. American and
Foreign Power, Burroughs Adding
Machine, Otis, Elevator, Youngs
town Sheet and Tube, and radio
I lost 2 to 6 points. Motors were
' quiet, and coppers again were in
clined to sag.
JEFFERSON, July 16. The
Xlteses Margaret and Laura Ger
trude Thomas of Oakland, Calif-,
who have been visiting relatives
and; friends in Jefferson for the
past two weeks, left Monday for a
visit with their aunt, Mrs. A. J.
Shumaker in Salem.
From there they will go Co Port
land and spend a few days visiting
thoir cousin Miss Opal J arris.-and
then visit their aunt, Mrs, T. B.
Cornell in Grants Pass, -after
which they will return te, their
home In Oakland,
Clarence Thurston, i Lucile
Smith, Charles Smith and Mar
garet Thomas motored to Newport
Sunday. While there they went
deep sea fishing. .Miss Lucile be
1 the lucky one who catght a
good size fish.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Beck and
daughter I Joan of Portland,
topped" in : Jefferson Monday, en
route to San Francisco.
Mr. Beck Is employed by a
larse hardware firm in Prtland,
asd will order goods for the com
pany! during "Buyers' Week.
Miss Esther Roland accompan
ie 1 them as far as Rosebusg.
where she will visit her nephew,
T.acy Roland and family.
Mr. and Mrs.S. E. Roland of
Marion, accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Roland f Jefferson,
Motored to Waldport Snnday.
Tliey Ireport having a fine trip.
The roads were In good condition,
and the weather ideal. They re
turned home by way of Newport.
:ir.: and Mrs. G. B. Roland and
fajniijf motored U Waterloo Sun
day. J !
'family motors south
BRUSH COLLEGE, Jnly 16
Among the fruit and berry grow
ers here who are taking vacations
thfa month are Mr. and Mrs. V. L.
Gibson and two sons, Paul and
Billy Gibson,, who left Saturday
on a motor trip. -
They were intending to go as
far as Eugene, Saturday; where
they would stay over night, then
their route would take them into
California by way of the Red
wood highway. On j their return
trip they wll visit ; Crater Lake
and the Oregon caves.
i We mail the Statesman any
replace in the world. Have it sent
I to you during your racatlon.
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John D. Rorkefeilrr, Sr., posed
fov this cxrlosivc "picture on his
private golf coarse mt his Pocan
stJco Hills estate near Tarrytown,
. Y.. All tbe thrill of making
money has gone from the rich oil
magnate's life, aa4 at the age of
00, John I)., Sr., finds more thrill
in sinking a ten-foot pott than
seeing millions grow.
SELECTED BY COURT
Jennett B. Witherrite has been
appointed administratrix of the
estate of Geo.,W. Witherrite, de
ceased, and Kay L. Smith, Robin
D. Day and K. Gexrfn have been
Mabel Peterson has filed her
final account and las been dis
charged as administratrix of the
estate of Clarence Peterson, de
ceased. Mary Ellen Pearce and Cora E.
Hopkins as executors of the es.
tate of Sarah E. Small, deceased,
have requested that George H.
Riches and Joseph H. Albert be
relieved as appraisers of the es
tate. They allege that these two
were appointed in January, 1929
and have not fulfilled the duties
assigned to them and art now
now in Salem. They ask that Roy
Burton. Chester M. Cox and H.
Gearhart be appointed to act as
appraisers' of tbe estate.
The will of the late Mary Bum
Gardner Las been' admitted to
probate and Isaac S. Bumgardner j
named as executor. Ross Good
man, J. J. McDonald and F. P.
Runcorn have been appointed as
appraisers of tbe property.
lrginla Booster filed her final
account as guardian of Ida. Wil
liam, Andrew, Lena; Walter and
Bldon Frey and the court finding
her work satisfactory, ordered
that she be relieved of her guar
dianship. . f
Will be Given
There will be two lectures of
interest at the auditorium at
Champoeg Wednesday night, July
17. Dr. Joseph Schafer, president
of the Wisconsin Historical so
ciety and professor of history of
the University of Wisconsin, for
merly professor of history at the
XTniverslty of Oregon Will give a
Jectare on the "Nursery of a West
ern State." ; There will be a re
unio nof IT. of O. students, and
also of former Wisconsin people.
Wisconsin people will picnic In
honor of Dr. Schafer.
D. B. N. Williams of the Uni
versity of Pittsburgh will also give
an address. Former residents of
Pennsylvania are invited to picnic
in honor of Dr. Williams.
Everything is to be tree on
Wednesday evening, and all inter
ested are invited to attend.!
To be Attended
By Salem Folk
Mrs. Deena Mack and Mrs. Au
drey Hobson of Mack's shop are
leaving Thursday morning for San
Francisco. and Los. Angeles where
they will spend a week or two at
tending the fall fashion shows and
buying tall stocks.
While in Los Angeles they will
attend the largest style show on
the Pacific coast, an annual three
day affair la which numerous
movie stars model the latest im
portations and creations of domes
14th Street Team
JHoa Tops Circuit
Heavier hitting and tight
er playing In tbe pinches
won for Fourteenth street
playground over the Lin"
coin boys by m 7 to 1 connt
Tneeday. ' The small boys
game between the two
grounds was called off.
Fourteenth street lends
the ptajgronwd league with
fonr games wen and three
lost.. Lincoln stands second
with three nad fonr.
Former Local Minister Tells
; Views to Kiwanls.Chib
in Address Here
Don't worry about the fat man.
Usually he's a man who laughs
and the man who laughs is the
man who lives a satisfactory life.
declared Rev. Ernest Shanks, for
mer pastor of the Baptist chureh
here. In an atdress delivered Tnes
day noon before the Salem Kiwan
Scientists have aid that a
frown takes SO times as much fa
cial energy as a laugh. Shanks
stated in urging that laughs were
a positive value to health.
"Comic strips in the daily news-
well-being of the public principal J
ly because they give the public
some let down from its cares,
declared the speaker.
Laughing to cover a lie is eas
ily detected and like the laugh of
derision should be shunned. The
foolish laugh, too, is to be pitied
but the laugh of good-nature is a
sunny spot in any dark day,
The club listened to a sketch of
the life of Harry Crain given by
Gerald Fletcher, following a cus
tom recently inaugurated wherein
the donor of the attendance prize
has the story of his career outlined
by the winner of the prize. Sam
Kozer won the attendance prize
Tueday, the award being offered
by Frank Doerfler.
The Kiwanis club was invited
to attend a joint picnic with the
McMinnville club at 'the E. W.
Matthews orchard near Amity. Dr.
George H. Alden of Willamette
university, presided In the absence
of President Ralph Cooley. ' Dr.
Alden la district trustee of Kiwan
is. Fanchon and Marco's elaborate
and artistic stage production,
"California Caper's Idea", featur
ing the 16 beautiful Sunkist Beau
ties, will be presented on the El
slnore theatre stage, at the mat'
tnee performance- today, and con
tinuing throughout the evening.
"California Gapers" Is said to be
one of the most elaborate stage
presentations yet to be conceived
by that well-known producing
team of Fanchon and Marco. The
settings that are utilized are way
above the average that is to be
seen -at present, while a wealth of
talent, furnishes excellent enter
tainment. The beauties -of California! are
interwoven into this gorgeous mu
sical stage show. Such scenes as
in the poppy clad foothills . . and
amidst the ttowery groves of or
ange trees . at the beaches, are
only a few of the scenes.
Ray Samuel, well-known versa
tile dancer, Ann Carter, a very
energetic miss, with an unusually
good talent for music, the Gaines
Brothers and others are in this
A special bargain matinee is
announced by tbe management for
this show. The doors will open at
1:30 p. m. aal the price will be 25
cents up till S p. m. Regular ad
mission pries will continue there
after. Leaders in
DETROIT, July 16. (AP)
Babe RutVs first home run was
the high note of a hard Yankee at
tack which enabled the champions
to dereat the Tigers 11 to 1 here
today. Eddie Wells pitched good
ball until the ninth whon a blister
on his finger forced him to give
may to Wiley Moore.
R H E
New York 11 13 1
Detroit ..7 C 1
Wella, Moore and Dickey; Sor
rell and Phillips.
Athletic Also Win '
CLEVELAND, July 16.- (AP)
The Athletics defeated the In
diana here today, 7 to 6. in ten
innings, giving them three of the
first four game! of the series.
R H E
Philadelphia 7 11 1
Cleveland '..ell S
Grove, Quinn, Walberg and
Cochrane; Shante, Hud lln and
Red Sox Beat Browns
ST. LOUIS. Jnly 16. (AP)
The Boston'Red Sox outhit the St
Louis Browns today and won the
third game of the series 11 te 2.
R H E
Boston 11 14 0
St. Louis ..2 6 2
M. Gaston and Berry; Collins,
Coffman. Ogden and FarrelL
Chicago Wins Another
CHICAGO, Mttly 16. (AP)-
rae wnite sox made it two la a
row over Washington today, tak
ing a ten inning tussle 8 to 5.
R H E
Washington 6 t 2
Chicago C 0
Thomas, Hadley and Ruel; Ad-
kins, Thomas, Wetland, Dngan,
McRain and Berg.
SPECIAL TRAIN SLATED
PORTLAND, Ore., July IS
(AP) -A special train bearing a
delegation from Portland to the
Sunset Trail celebration at Eu
gene. Ore., July 27 will leave the
city on the morning of that date
nnder the auspices of the excur
sion committee of the chamber
IS REAL ATTRACTION
OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Wednesday Morning,
More Foreign Nations
Register Protest Against
Proposed Tariff Increase
By D. HAROLD OUTER
AtafUted Free Staff Writer
WASHINGTON, Jaly lr (AP.)
Three more 1 communications
frpm foreign governments and
commercial interests expressing
fear of enactment f various in
creased duties provided In the
house tariff bill, were received
from the state department today
by the senate finance committee, i
The committee placed them In
the record and proceeded with
hearings on the administrative
provisions of the measure, listen
ing to further arguments- against
the levying of tariffs or restric
tions on Philippine Imports Into
the United States, now duty free.
Coming from Spain, Italy, and
Sweden, the foreign messages re
ceived, today supplemented com
PhUnts and comments from these
countries and 21 other - nations
and their colonial possessions
which were made public by the
committee last week.
General imports from Italy, iron
aad steel shipments from Sweden
and cork from .Spain were taken
ENTER GOLF MEET
DEL MONTE. Cal.. July 16.
(AP). The entry of Jack Neville
for the national amateur golf
championship to be held on the
pebble beach course September 2
to 7, has been accepted, according
to a wire received here today from
the United States Golf association
headquarters In New York. Ne
ville, who entered from the Mon
terey Peninsula county club, re
cently won the California amateur
title for the fifth time.
The entries of Johnny McHugh,
San Francisco, a former California
titlist and present northern Cali
fornia champion, and of Bon Stein.
Seattle, western champion In 1927
will "probably be accepted official
ly tomorrow" according to the golf
.Other entries accepted to date
Include: Robert J. Jones. Jr.; Jess
Sweetser; John D. Ames; Arthur
Yates; Don C. Carrick; David Mar
tin, Los Angeles; John D. Stand
ish, Jr., Dr. Paul M. Hunter, Pasa
dena, former California champion;
George T. Dunlap, Jr., Garden City
country club; Clarence Hubby,
Cedar Chest club, Dallas, Texas:
T. Suffern Taller, Jr., Newport;
Rudie Wilhelm, Portland,! Ore.; C.
Ross Somervllle, Canadian ama
teur champion; Chandler Egan of
Pebble Beach and Medford, Ore.,
former national, western and Cal
ifornia titlist; George J.i Voight;
Cyril Tolley, British amateur
champion; T. A. Bourn, 192,8
French amateur champion; Lord
Charles Hope and. Major Guy Co
lin Campbell of gt. Andrews;
Scotland and Edward F. Storey of
London. I .1
MAIL SERVICE SHORTENED
PORTLAND, Ore., July 16
(AP) Mail service between
Burns, Ore., and Portland has
been shortened one day as a re
sult of joint efforts of the Port
land chamber of commerce and
Senator Steiwer. i
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOR
THE COST OF IMPROVING THE
ALLEY IN BLOCK FOUR (4) OF
THE OAKS ADDITION FROM
THE NORTH LINE OF Ef
STREET TO THE SOUTH LINE
OF BELMONT STREET.
"Notice Is hereby given that the
Comomn Council of the City of
Salem, Oregon, will, at or about
7:30 o'clock p. m., on the 5th
day of August, 1929, or at any
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up in the new memoranda.
The Italian ambassador, in a
supplemental note, declared if the
duties proposed by the house on
Italian goods became law, the di
rect result would be a falling off
6t Italian purchases et agricultur
al products, and other raw materi
als in America, and an impairment
of Italy's international economic
Their final adoption would
mean, he said, "a probable reduc
tion In the standard of living of
Italy, to some extent and event
ually a weakening of the economic
relations between the two coun
tries. The ambassador contended Ital
ian goods constituted less than two.
percent of the aggregate American
imports and that such a small per
centage would "hardly Justify any
claim of unbearable competition."
Italian goods concerned, he
added, offered "no real competi
tion" in the United States because
prices for them were higher
than those for the corresponding
subsequent meeting of the Coun
cil thereafter, in the council
chamber of the city hall of Salem,
Oregon, proceed to assess upon
and against each lot or part there
of or parcel of land liable therefor
in its proportionate .share of the
cost of improving the Alley in
Block Four (4) "of The Oaks Ad
dition from the north line of "E"
Street to the south line-of Belmont
Street, in the City of Salem, Mar
Ion County, Oregon.
All persons Interested In the said
assessment are hereby notified to
appear before the said Council at
said time and place -and present
their objections, if any they have,
to said assessment, and apply to
said Council to equalize their pro
portionate share of same.
By order of the Common Coun
cil this 15th day of July. 1929.
M. POULSEN. City Recorder.
Date of first publication, July 17,
Date of final publication, July
19, 1929 July 17-18-19.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT FOR
THE QOST OF IMPROVING
SUMMER STREET FROM MILL
STREET TO BELLE VUE STREET
Notice Is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of
Salem, Oregon, will, at or about
7:30 o'clock p. m., on the-Sth day
Of August, 1929, or at any subse
quent meeting of the said council
thereafter, in the council chamber
of the city hall of Salem, Oregon,
proceed to assess upon and against
each lot or part thereof or parcel
of land liable therefor in its pro
portionate share of the cost of im
proving Summer Street from Mill
Street to Bellevue Street, in the
City of Salem, Marlon county, Ore
gon. All persons interested in : the
said assessment are hereby noti
fied to appear before the said
Council at said time and place and
present their objections, if any
they have, to said assessment, and
apply to said Council to equalize
their proportionate share of same.
By order ot the Common Coun
cil this 15th day of July, 1929.
M. POULSEN, City Recorder.
Salem, Oregon, July 17-18-19.
To Capacity Houses
SEE AND HEAR TODAY
. ...ue -.ktii, and News h
Jnly 17, 1929
PRATUM BAH TEAM
PRATUM, July 16 Last Sat
urday evening Pratum played
West Salem four to nothing
In favor of Pratum.
The Wlllard Wixzards played
the Pratum Sunday school team at
the Wlllard diamond Monday eve
ning. The score was 20 to 4 in
favor of the 'Sunday school.
Monday the form was removed
from the concrete of the new
school ' building. '
Paul and Eugene Sllke were
wrecking part of the old school
The Ladies' Aid will meet with
Mrs. Harold deYries . Wednesday
Epworth league will meet Sun
day evening at the picnic grounds
followed by the regular preaching
service also, special songs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Branch and
son, IrTln, who have been pretty
well tied to the farm during the
spring and early summer on ac
count of the large number of
chickens they raised, took a day
off last Sunday to enjoy the
beach at Pacific City.
Mrs. J. Hostetler, who lives at
Detroit, where she isf teaching
school during the winter. Is spend
ing the week on their farm here
Dayton Girl is
Killed in Crash
As Auto Skids
McMINNVILLE, Ore., July 15.
(AP) Mildred Stoutenburg,
16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Stoutenburg, Dayton, Ore., was
A Great frhow
Including Ray Samuel
Gaines Brothers, Ann Carter
A Thrilling Drama
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With an Exceptionally
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