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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon. Friday Morning, July 26, 1927
1 Local News Briefs
TVraovcH to Xcw .Office Dr. B. Easiness Conditions Good
Blatcbford is movinR his otiiee Business conditions in Salem are
today to the elshlh floor of the quite satisfactory according to
First National bank building ; Sam Solog. manager of the Ryan
where he will condnct .his dental , Frnit company In this district,
work in the room recently Vacated lSolog came to Salem recenUy to
by DJCa,?- "1 i take charS of this branch of the
?VfLl Ab?l; DT- B antcrord company's operations. Years ago
i jjS IS nr 3 'S.U hme WS thU but t0r
Tlfiti tS inSSCS nf le the ,ast thre yars h h be
and since the construction of the ,,it... ' ,4. , ,v
First National bank building irJJf"nB of the
Vint H man hira Va1 r f f i aa rn thA .
seventh floor. Dr. Blatchford will
share the waiting room of Dr. I.
New Complaint Filed A new
complaint in the case of Ethel M.
Bono ts. George C. Will was
filed In circuit court Thursday.
Mrs. Bobo is plaintiff on the
grounds that her late husband. W.
with "Will whereby he was to pro-
fit from piano sales on a 50-50
" basis. Settlement has not yet been
made under these term, j the
plaintiff alleges. t
Business Held Good Local
business conditions are quite good
'at this time of the year according
T w " w , .
io a. iv. iyon, woo recenuy came
here to take ovee, the managership
of the Sherman-Clay firm In this
city. Mr. Lyon was with the con
pany In Spokane before coming to
Salem. He is well impressed with
Salem and its business pos3ibil-
CoUisiou , Reported Automo
biles driven by M. "Yoshida of
Brooks and Joe Brown of South
Salem, collided Thursday at Hood
and Korth Fifth streets. In a re
port filed at the police station,
Yoshida claimed that he was -more
than halt way 'through the Inter
section before the collision oc
Fighter in Collision Floyd Am
brose, prominent local prize fight
er, was the driver of an automo
bile which collided with the ma
chine of Helen Olson. 1355 State
street, at Twelfth and Oak streets
Thursday afternoon. Mis3 Olson
claimed. that she had the right of
way and signaled properly to turn.
Market Week Herbert L. Stiff,
manager of the Stiff Furniture
company and R. B. Duncan, ono of
the members of the sales staff, are
both In San Francisco this week
attending the semi-annual market
week conducted by that city. The
two men .went south on a "Furni
ture special," the first train of its
kind to run.
Alterations Planned Maud It.
Pointer received a permit Thurs
day at the city building inspector's
office for alterations on a dwell
ing at 1050 North 15th street at
a cost of $300. Ralph Schantz is
the contractor. ! Mrs. Edwin J.
Ecltner received a permit for al
terations on a dwelling at 1630
Oxford street, to cost $300.
Violation ; Changed Oren Ar
thur Noyes was arretted Thursday
on a charge of failing to observe
the right of way provisions. The
case grew out of a collision Wed
nesday afternoon .between Noyes
automobile and one driven by Mrs.
Anna Drake, 33 5 6outh 24th
I " "
Carrie Out Sale Sale of
eightlfhoats for $195 was com
pleted this month by J. W. Get
mour in carrying put his duties as
administer of ah estate, he re
ported Thursday to the county
'Inheritance Tax Paid Inheri
tance tax in the amount of $407.
09 was paid to the state by Mon
slgneur A. Hillebrand, executor
of the estate of Anthony B. La
meck, he reported Thursday in
probate eourt here.
Illllingsley to Eugene T. L.
BHlingsIey left Thursday to attend
the Sunset Trail pageant at Eu-
gene and. he will remain there un
til Sunday. Mrs. Billingsley goes
today to enjoy the pageant with
Answer Filed An answer wa3
filed Thursday in circuit court In
the cast of Alton uassett vs. A. u
Divorce Sought A divorce
from her husband. George B.
Wal?h, is sought by Florence B.
Walsh, who alleges that he was
inhuman and cruel, striking at her
and beating her and inflicting
other indignities upon her. The
complaint was filed In circuit
Kansans to Meet Kansans
from all parts of Oregon have
been invited to attend the annual
reunion of farmer I residents of
that state, the reunion to be held
fenext Sunday at Bryant park in Al
bany. Van Smith, vice-president of
the Oregon-Kansas club, has
charge of arrangements.
Courthouse Picnics All mem
bers of the official family at the
Marion county courthouse enjoyed
the annual picnic of the group
held Thursday night at Woodland
park. Games and stunts were en
Joyed as well as the customary pic
Paper Mill Board Meets The
regular meeting of the board of
the Oregon Pulp and Paper com
pany was held Thursday at the of
fices of the company. F. W. Lead
better, chairman of the board, pre
sided. Matters of interest to the
directorate only were discussed.
Suit Dismissed A divorce suit
brought by Dale Hilborn against
his wife, Mary Hilborn, was dis
missed by Judge L. H. McMahah
in circuit court Thursday, the
judge refusing to grant the di
vorce. . Mason To Portland "Fod" Ma
son who is handling the publicity
for .the American Legion conven
tion here, was in Portland Wed
nesday on business for the con
Elected Lay Delegate C. M
Roberts who has been elected lay
delegate for the -Jason Lee Meth
odist church to the annual confer
ence to be held in September In
ftnes On a Note Complaint was
filed in circuit court Thursday for
the collection of a note of $574
due Dora Kenney from A. E. Brad-
lev. Virell Bradley and L. E
Sold to Collect Suit to collect
$300 on goods sold was filed
Thursday in circuit court by Jean-
ette Pinckney against Allan Mc
Find It Here
Fop Used Cars See
Vick Bros. High and Trade.
The New Phllco Is Here
. See It at H. L. Stiff Furniture
Old Time Dance:
Crystal Gardens Wed. and Sat
American Legion Dance '
Stayton Open Air Pavillion Sat.
When You Think of That
Picnic, think of Lee's fancy
milk-fed fryers, then call 133F2
For Used Cars See
Vick Bros. High and Trade.
Longiae Watches ,
Will check up with the Longme
Time signals every nite. Pomeroy
& Keene are Salem dealers.
Autos Collide Automobiles
driven by Mrs. Irene Weller, 165
North 17 th street, and Mrs. S. Wil
cox, collided Thursday afternoon
on South Commercial street.
Grimm Leaving Claude A.
Grimm, 1515 North 20th street
will leave early this -morning for
Madison, Wis., where he will re
Account Filed The final ac-
i count of Gussie M. Miller, guar
idian of Roy S. Miller, was filed
in county court inursaay ana e
was discharged as his custodian
Final Account Filed The
final account in the estate of Wil
Ham W. Chain, deceased, was til
ed Thursday by Anna Chase, exe
color of the estate. ,
Judgment Granted A , judg
ment of $82.57 was granted the
Credit Service Co., against Ed
Maier on Thursday in circuit
For Used Cars
. Vick Bros. High and Trade.
And repairing Glese-Powert
Every night to I at t
Wirion hotel. "
Dance with Thomas Bros. Band
Mellowmoon Every Wed. ft Sat.
Cnvrt Trnaa Fitting
Capital Drug Stofe 405 State.
Henry Domes, Cecil Graves
Families Go There From
Homes Near McCoy
BETHEL, July 25i The Henry
Domes- and Cecil Graves family
spent a delightful Sunday swim
ming and plcnicing at Wheatland
PauMne Domes entertained her
friend, Ina Lynn ati her home
"Billy" Hadley of iPortland has
been visiting at the home of his
aunt, Mrs. Fred Jennings.
Miss Beatrice Hawley left Tues
day tor racmc city i to stay witn
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Clarence
Hawley, who has befen ill of pto
Miss Edith Romlgi and friend.
Miss Carson, have been visiting at
the home of Miss Romlg's brother.
Dir. Tully, Presbyterian
Pastor, Writes Details
Of Voyage Across Pacific
Kiwanians in the northwest dis
trict, numbering more than 4,500
have received a special invitation
from the Salem Kiwanls club to
attend the northwest district con
ference to be held in Salem Aug
ust 18, 19 and 20.
In addition to a special invi
tation, everyone of the 4,500 Kl
wanians in the northwest has re
ceived a copy of the Chamber of
Commerce "Trail 'Em to Salem"
folder. One side of the folder is a
1929 state 'highway map and on
the other side information about
The Salem Kiwanis club Issued
a special edition of the "Trail 'Em
to Salem" folder, using two page3
for a special Invitation to all Ki
wanians in the northwest to come
Ralph H. Cooley, president of
the Kiwanis club, and Scott Page,
general convention chairman, both
state that the Trail 'Em to Salem
folder has created unusual inter
est in the coming convention.
In addition to publicity already
mailed to all Kiwanians in the
northwest, the Kiwanis club is
preparing to send to all Kiwanians
a special pictorial folder of Salem.
"There is one thing sure," said
Mr. Page, "and that is, we are
putting Salem onthe map with all
the publicity we are mailing, in
viting Kiwanians and families to
come and visit us August 1 19,
BY em PEOPLE
A letter amply descriptive of .life:
on beard ship bound for" the:
Orient, has just been received ini
Salem from Dr. N. K. Tully by
one member of his congregation.;
Dr. Tully tells at length of his trip !
across, as follows:
July 8, 1929
Tomorrow we shall sight our
first Japanese land, the northeast
corner of the northern big island.
We shall reach Yokahama about
Wednesday nuon. Wo caught a
glimpse of the Aleutian Islands as
we were away north, getting into
position to ride southward on the
Bearing current. That is the rea
son why it was so shiveringly cold
for many days. Today has been
pleasant. When we land heat will
greet ns. We saw many whale
and porpoises 'on the way over bat
no ships. Going back we shall ride
the Japanese current, which flows
at a rate of over two miles an
hour. Thus we shall gain nearly
50 miles a day and get home
"The officers and crew have
been very cordial. I have been Im
pressed by the hearty Jaugh of the
seamen; also, by the remarkable
size of some of the officers. The
officers and crew took charge of
our Fourth of July sports, sup
plied the prizes, and entered in
"There are 117 in our party, all
university graduates and profes
sional people except three or four
students. The morning hours have
been spent in listening to lectures
on China and Japan, their history,
art, social and political conditions.
When we land the party will sep
arate into study groups according
to inclination. I shall go with the
economic group, for they will en
ter factories, and make other ob
servations to see how the plain
In the evening we have had al
ternate solid instruction and di
verting fun. Two plays have been
presented by members of the
group; the last one, the most pre
tentious, will come tonight.
Japan Feels Insnlted
In addit6n, the captain of the
ship, through an interpreter, has
made us two pleasant speeches.
One was general, polite and com
plimentary. The other was on the
art of navigation. Commodore
Perry, and the enormity of the ex
clusion act. He is a very fine man,
and a good master of a ship. Jap
an is deeply hurt by . that act.
Moreover, America is in a very
bad position. Under the old ar
rangement only 148 high-class
workers were coming in under the
supervision of the Japanese gov
ernment. Now Japan having re
moved her oversight through our
insult, 3500 or 5000 comparatively
undesirable Japanese are being
smuggled in. It serves us Jolly
There are five preachers on
board, six Y. W. C. A. secretaries,
numerous teachers, and a number
"of Intellectual whatnots. I don't
like a-lot of-their cigarette-sucking
or their sake (rice whiskey)
drinking. It makes me think more
than over of American prohibi
tion. There is nothing but folly in
some of these saturated asses. It
heeds to be remembered that we
are not on American territory on
this ship, so no iaw is broken; only
essential vulgarity revealed. There
is no salvage; In college degrees.
Church Held At Sea
: We had church last Sunday.
The Methodist minister from
Brookline, Mass., preached a goodl
sermon, it made me smile in the
evening to see a cigarette-sucking
hnzxie sing the hymn, "I Would be
Pure, for There are Those Who
Care." She wasn't pure. Her
breath stunk. The first Sunday
out they made me preach. We had
a big crowd but so far as I could
see no conduct was changed. All
they did was to compliment me
Profnsely, which I took with sev
eral grains of salt. r
The first three days we had a
rolling 6ea and considerable sick
ness. I enjoyed the motion. Yes
terday we cut through the edge of
a modest storm. Today the ocean
has been as glass. The colors that
come and go are superb. The Lord
knew what to do when he set out
to make an ocean. I am glad to
have the opportunity to cross it,
to see these ancient lands, and to
observe their people, but am not
yet persuaded that the East is bet
ter than the West and shall be
glad to get home Whether a
trip like this is profitable or not
depends on the one who takes It.
N. K. TUU.Y.
TO LURE 016 CR
From 750 to 1000 people are
expected to attend the annual pic
nic of Carpenters Union No. 1065
which is to be held Sunday in
Hager's grove beginning at 9
o'clock in the morning.
With 75 merchants offering
prizes for fcports events a large
number of entries is epected for
the numerous matches which will
be made a feature of the day's
' While the carpenter's union
membership does not exceed 200.
families of the members as well
as friends and the merchants of
the city, all of whom are Invited
to attend the picnic, are expected
to make the attendance one of
the largest in the history of the
We have 1924 Star sport
roadster well equipped, has
00 new oversize tires. Just
the car for cheap transporta-
"The House That Service Built"
N. A. McNabb has heeh active
on the committee of arrangements
and'has made provisions for the
securing of the prizes from the
F! E F I
Marion county, ouislde of Sa
lem, reported 79 births and ;44
deaths in the three months' per
iod ending June 30, according j to
figures filed Thursday with tfhe)
county clerk. Each recorder i in
the incorporated towns of the
county is charged ! with the re
sponsibility :of registering- births
and deaths tot the county. ; -
The tabulation for the .three
months, follows: : ,
Ausra ...... .TTT. . . 2 j'3
Jefic-rson .1 2
Gerrais .11 - S
Mt. Angel v. . .15 6
Silverton .31 14
St. Pavl 3
Turner ............. 0 -1
Woodburn .......... .7 9
Claims totaling ?1149. 45 have
been paid to Statesman readers"
by the North American Accident
Insurance Ca. in less than - one
year. These claims were paid on
the $1.00 policy issued to State
Salem Heights Community Qub
Presents for Its
Weekly Benefit Show
Ted Wells in
Today and Saturday at 8 p.m.
Salem Heightk Community Hall;
at the erid of So. Commercial Bus Line
Tonight iS Amateur Night
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First Class Pictures at Popular Prices
Children Under 2-
Here From Willard H. M.
Keunsi, a member of the school
board at Willard, was in Salem
on official business Thursday.
Speed lag Charged Kelton But
ler, Salem route 3, was arrested
by a local traffic officer Thursday
on a charge of speeding.
"Everything Is order. The peo
ple possess an alert spirit. I am
impressed with this part of Ger
many. Great attention is given
to outdoor sport life for the peo
ple." - So writes Dr. Henry Kohler,
Willamette university professor of
English literature who ,1s abroad
for the summer. Dr. Kohler wrote
to some Salem friends while he
was at Bonn, the home-place of
In England there was a myriad
of things to do.'the professor re
lates. In London he looked up
many historical places associated
with writers and with the great
ones of history. "In London and
In the alluring old English towns
there are surprises everywhere,
aged houses that astonish me with
their sturdy charm,' old graveyards
that are a feast for thought, ruins
of walls and castles that are rich
in historical interest, lovely old
churches that are rich in historical
interest, and cathedrals that in
themselvea-even when in some
wayside apoLjoff the highway, are
treasure places for the visiting.
Tbe epuntry is charming with de
lightful vistas at every turn.
Dr. Kohler has visited Brussels
and Cologne while" on his trip. He
will go on to Switzerland and
France before his return late in
Give Va Your Ordrt-s
For yoar winter supply ot good
inside and slab wood. We have
eood wood and make reasonably n
prompt aeiivery irora cr.
& Mitchell Lumber Co. Phone 81 3.
Old Tunc Dance at Armory j
Every Wed. and Sat. night, r 1
Ir. Fred W. Bnrger Annonncf ;
The removal of hia dental cf-!
flee on August 1, to 1101 Firt :
National Bank Building. Salem .
Oregon. 1 j
Come Down to. th Bonesteele J
Motor Company Used Car ;
Dept.. and see what your vseU
car dollar, will buy. j
Wood Wood - :
: Get yonr winter wood. We wili.
ha abh to furnish from cars is!
Mrs. Dorothy Henry. 79, died
July 24 at the home ot her daugh
ter, Mrs. W. R. Winslow, on Gar
den Road. Survived by her hus
band. A. A Henry, and the fol
lowing children: Mrs. W. tR.
Winslow, Mrs. F. H. Duckett-of
Everett, Wash.; Mrs. W. O. Lyd
don of Dexter, Iowa; Mrs. John
Grayden. Mrs. A. H. Frank and
Mrs. N; II. Fawcett, all of Canada;
and C. E. Henry of McMtanviUe.
Funeral services this Friday after
noon at 2 o'clock at the Rigdon
chapel. Rev. Harry E. Gardner of
ficiating. Interment Beicreat Me
A'new scenic highway from
Cumberland Can to Pinnacle
Mountain, running through Ken
tucky, Tennessee and Virginia,
has been opened to traffic.
Without operatloa c 1m f
324 Orocea BUg.
APPLE VENDEBS TO
BE SOLD LOCUlf
Valley-wide distribution for the
Apple Vender Sales company has
been taken here by the Coopera
tive Realty & Sales company of
which Ray A. Fasching is general
manager. The apples vender firm
has its headquarters at Seattle but
originated in Wenatchee aa a
means of providing additional
markets for the apples of that
Several varieties of apple ven
ders are made by the company
which Installs them in public
places where apples-can be bought
at a small charge an apple. Servic
ing of the machcines with apples
Is Included in the contract made
by the distributing firm with the
lOc Adults 15c J :
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Eyeglass Insurance and
ough examination included.
110 N. Commercial St.
For Every Need
We also bay all kinds of
Junk, and will pay cash
Capital Junk Co.
H. STEINBOCK. Prop.
By the Bridge
143 Center St. TeL 898
. City View Cemetery
Established 1883 .Tel. 1289
Perpetual care provided tor
: Prices Reasonable'
A Park Cemetery
Jack ten minutes from the
fceart of town !
1:30 p.m. .
271 No. Court St.
Rile Down Town
NOTE: A lot of con-,
signed goods, Electric
Washer, Beds, Rugs,
Don't miss our Regular
H. F. WOODRY
Cash for used furniture
Week End Special
27c per lb.
Two lbs. for 50c
, DRUG STORE f
Tbe Original Yellow Front nd
Candy Special Store
of Sales v
N 183 CommcrdaJ 8t.
NOTE We have a good supply of
everything advertised but Jbecause
of the prices we have put in effect
we cannot guarantee continued de
livery on all articles for the full two days. There' are many different items of which we have only
a few of each number, and because of these small quantities we are not listing them in our adver
tisements. Our first dollar days will be upheld in the reputation we have attained in giving "just
a little more" than we advertise.
ALL FIRST QUALITY GOODS NO SECONDS
Wash waists of genuine broad
cloth. Not so many of these,
about two dozen. They are
very high grade waists and
exceptional bargains at each
One lot of rayon stepins,
Non-run bloomers, combina
tions and pajamas, your
Beach pants of colorful heavy
crash. Also some beach suits
with white pequot pants, red
sateen Jackets with white
trim. While they remain
A real hosiery special for dol
lar days full fashioned silk
from toe to top, service weight
mad large range of colors in
sizes 8H to lott. per pair
Navy blue and black (some
other colors) wool bathing
suits of well known makes
that we are putting out to
.dispose of. Nearly all sizes
are in the lot All first qual
ity, late styles. Each-
Slipon, sweaters with and
round necks. From our regu
lar stocks. Your choice while
they last. Each
Ladles? novelty weave sport
hose and one lot of kiddies'
rayon quarter, half' and fall
length box. 4 pairs for
Plain White sheer hemstitched
anen kerchiefs. 10 for
- t I
Cotton pajama suits, hand
block trim, others of figured
materials. Tuck in and coat
styles. iTour choice per suit j
Jewelry tlems are greatly re
duced for these two days. The
late costume jewelry f eatur
lng bracelets, neckpiecse,
beads and eardrops. Some re
duced to $1. some at 2 for $1
and some 4 for i
White uniforms with standup
collars and some waitress ap
rons. Take- as many as you
like at each
House, porch and garden
frocks, late style flare, skirts,
some large sizes in the lot
Your choice, each
Children's ensembles of print
ed materials, sizes 6 to 14
years. Your choice
Also a group of little kiddies'
ensembtes to sell at 2 for
A table of notions, shoe horns,
tapes, children's garters, pins,
combs, hair pins, ' elastics,
snaps, shoulder straps, etci
Buy as much as you like, two
articles (of the same price)
for the price of one.
OPEN SATURDAY NTTES TILL 8:30
Quality Merchandise Popular Prices
Crepe de Chine "Whoopee
scarfs, the wanted shades and :
a large variety. Take as many
as you like at each
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ell Lumber Co. Phone 813.