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PORTLAND. Ore.. Aug. 17
'(AP) Arrested on an assault
'charge after he was alleged to
bare struck Levm 'Crawford with
his fist when the two narrowly
aroided a traffic accident, Hngh
Horton today was ordered held
without bail when Captain of Po
lice DetectWes More learned that
Crawford Is suffering from a frac
tured skull and may die.
Horton was quoted by police as
fearing said thatihe and Crawford
decided to "hare It out", on the
cene of the near the accident in
stead of taking in Into court. Wit-
cesses told inrestigators that
Crawford was assaulted by Horton
Immediately after their decision
to settle the matter on the spot.
Iff WILL KEEP IN
WASHINGTON, Aug. 17. Ad.
mlral Charles F. Hughes, chief of
naral operations, today announced
a plan by which the nary expects
to keep in touch with the Graf
Zeppelin on Us flight orer the.
astern balf of Asia and across
the Pacific ocean.
The gorernment radio station
at Peiplng, where this country has
a large legation establishment, has
been instructed to establish con
tact with the Zeppelin as soon as
possible and to render, any serv
ice desired by its commander. Dr.
The SO odd Teasels in the Asi
atic fleet, most of which are- at
Chefoo, China, lrfr-4o inter
cept messages that may hare bear
ing on the dirigiblea jrogress. .
4 special weamer reports are to
be prepared' at. the meteorological
obserratory at Manila, and radio-;
ed by the nsral radio" stations to
Claims totaling 11315.70 hare
been paid to Statesman readers
by the North American Accident
Insurance Co., In the past year.
These claims were paid on the
$1.00 policy, issued to Statesman
" West Salem . -jr
WEST SALEM, Aug. 17 Ford
Memorial church. Sermon sub
jects: A. M. "Church Doctrine and
Personal Experience.? P. M.t
"Then." The pastor will preach
at both services and at the Sum
mit church at 9:45 ajn. There
will 'be special music at both' ser
rlces, including a piano solo by
Bnrnlce Sloper at the morning
serrice, and a. piano solo by. ETa
Arnold and. a Tocal solo by Jo.
sephlne Albert at the erenlng ser
rice. 7. . r
' Prayer meeting and Fellowship
Hour Thursday evening with Mrs.
Era Simmons as leader,
, At. the Sunday. Sctfbol , board
meeting Monday night, Miss Jan.
Toco Ned of Pullman trfQ be
one of the delegates to represent
the; dnb of that city at the north
west conTention here.
ette Sebern was elected teacher
of the Intermediate girls.
The ten Leaguers who attend
ed the Epworth League Institute
at falls City last week report a
good attendance and a rery won
derful time. Mrs. J. Austin, Mis,
es, Doris Hanby and Violet Wal
lace, and Mr. Lyle Thomas accom
panied the pastor to the afternoon
serrice of the Institute Sunday.
The pastor and family plan to
leare Monday on a two weeks ra-
catloa. They plan to visit lr.
OroTes grandparents at Roseburg
and also visit Crater Lake.
Water System Improved
. The finishing aad JmproTment
work on the water and drainage
system at the church is " being'
eomnleted this .weekv: To pay for
material user and to aid la: par-J
log off -our hulldlng' rand debt,
people. are.giTing a day's wages.
We hope that alt cur. members
and friends wift partloiaate in ths
good work. ..See the pastor i or
Mrs. X4' Brocav , ' t
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Chap-
hnan and 'Mr. and Mrs. Young
went on a picnic Sunday, where
they had a rery enjoyable time.; :
, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bush ac
eompanled by Mrs. Bush's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Arpke
and-Mlsa A.. Lienhaemper .wiJJ
spend Ufa day and Tlsit Mrs.
Bush's uncle, Reverend A. T.
Lienkaemperr who has a- cottage
- Guests at Worm Home
-Mlas Beatrice Barnes and fath
er,, E. Z. Barnes were Sunday din
ner guests at the Charlie Wof m
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ramsey and
family spent .Wednesday at Falls
Mrs. Martha Warner of Port
land spent Sunday with friends In
West Salem. .
Henry Warkentin of Sh after,
California was a Tlsltor at the
home of his sister, Mrs. John Frle
sen, Thursday. He. Intends to stay
about a week. . He Is spending
most "of hia time with his par.
ents who reside, in Dallas.
Solomon, Maery, son of Mrs. Ja
cob Maery' and who is working
for Ray Stumbo, was badly hurt
recently when' returning from a
business trip to Aurora, He was
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A. . Roberts of Centralia has
long been a Klwanls booster. He
comes to the conrention here as
one of the leaders front bis home
driving a show truck and was not
given any kind of a signal by a
car that had no lights so was
forced to be in an accident. He
was. pinned under the truck tor
16 minutes before he was remoT.
ed. He is now able to return to
his work but la still bruised.
On Trip to Idaho
C. E. Stewart of Edgewater
street and his daughter, Lucille,
are making a business trip to
Mr. and Mrs. John Friesen's
nieces and husbands, Mr, and Mrs.
Richard Grares, and Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Harder of Los Angeles,
California, hare been Tisitlng at
the John Friesea homo. All took
dinner at the Frlesen -homo
Thursday. The Grares are intend
ing to return, but the Harder in
tend to locate in Salem.
W. B. Gerth has as a rial tor" at
his home, HlUard Anderson, of
Toledo, , - -
' Mrs. J. T. Hunt has as H her
guest this week her daughter.
Mrs. Edward Beck en of Indepen
dence. Mrs. Becken came Thurs
day and intended to leave Satur.
day Miss Verla Becken, daugh
ter of Mrs. Edward Becken spent
the week-end with some friends
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Chatter
ton of Rnge street spent the last
of the week at the beach. They
said they had a rery good time;
Harold Daris Home -r 1
Harold Davis, son of Mrs. L.
Darls, returned to his home on
1138 Ruge street recently. He has
come from Albany where he has
been working at the Swift Pro
duce Company. He was lay
ed off because of the scarcity of
produce and Is now employedct
the twelfth street cannery, Sfhete.
he has a permanent job
George Steward Is intending to
build houses on his property in
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bush and
sister and husband. Mr. and Mrs,
Floyd Lancaster of Portland' and
Mrs. Bush's brother, Elbert Arpke
spent .Sunday in Vancouver Tisit
Ed Brock and E. T. Hamer will
leave at four 'o'clock Sunday
morning for a week's stay at the
beach. They will go to Cutler
City, which is about a half a
lent cannery, mey win intend tor
bo ready tor work Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Gerth
visited relatives in Toledo and
other nearby towns Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cobb of
Oakland, Calif., spent Thursday at
the J. T. Hunt home. They rill
spe"Hdabont two weeks around
here and in Silrerton. Mrs. Cobb
usedito JIto with Mrs. Hunt when
W!wra small girl. The Cobbs
make a tegular Tislt erery year
LjlSS Skinner, street were recer
n , mst at the A. Ki:f
home Klngwood heights.
-. Visits From Canada
" Miss Vlnnie Moyer of 'Can a
Is now Tisitlng at the home ( t
Mrs. Mary McGee of Ruge str. pt.
Miss Mover will stay until -r-
nemberirhen she will go to "W ? -
jngton Q tch school.
yiti William Bosanko will .n--cdmpany
Mr, and Mrs. H. L. An
derson to Canada next Saturday
Dresldee at the Tuesday noon
luacheon, is a former governor of
the northwest district.
where they win Tnsii.Mr. ana jir.
Donald Davis -is planning on
making a business trip to St. im.
ens Wednesday. He will also vis
It his sister, Mrs. P. J. Schorp rt
who lives at Clatskanle. He
probably stay over the week-en. i
. . Long Time Sick
Mrs. E. A. Martin, 555 Kir-
wood aTenue has been in bed with
malaria -fever for nine wet
ctia ttn Men verr aau oui is
m hflttnr now. Her mother
1BK caro vk uci ,uu u
since Mrs. Martin's, illness. Mr.
Martin was called home becau p
of Jier illness, but he will retun.
soon as he is also under the doc
mile from Taft. Cancler Hamer
and Roy Haferson will take them
over but they will return.
Mrs. M. Goodspeed, former
resident of West Salem and who
now resides at Newport where she
"owns cottages that she Tents, was
a Tuesday visitor at the Ed. Brock
To Work in Cannery
Mrs. Edward Brock is expecting
Miss Marie Brown and Miss Ma
ble Bossuet of Independence Sun
day. They will stay at her home
while working at the West Sa-
Salem's Leading Clothier
For 39 Years
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Salem's Leading Glpthier
For 39 Years
Pendleton Indian Robes
A Feature Item
We cordially invite every Kiwan
ian who visits Salem during the
coming convention to see .our gor
geous display of Indian Robes. Only
a store such as this could show you
such an elaborate display of these
famous robes. We are directly al
lied with the mills that make them
and naturally feature them as a spe
cial item. They are known the world
over for their beautiful texture, col
or and patterns. We also1 f eature
all of the fine quality Pendleton
Bed Blankets and they likewise are
rated among the world's finest
woolen products. See them in our
Salem, Oregon, Aug. 18-19-20
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Washpugal Clothing Co.
Syracuse, New York
Pendleton Shirt Factory
Your Fall Clothes Await You Here. Make Your Selection
From One Of The Largest Stocks On The Coast
Bishop's Are Builders
As Kiwanians build for better com
munities we build for better wear
ing apparel for men. Our alliance
with three large woolen mills and a
famous clothing manufacturer plac
es us in a just position as leaders in
this field of endeavor. Quality is
kept up constantly and the phenom
inal growth of this store is directly
traceable to our ability to meet the
price competition of inferior com
modities by the elimination of many
middlemans profits. It has taken
forty years of hard work and un
erasing devotion to sound business
principles to develop the immense
resources which have given Bishop's
Clothes undisputed Value leadership.
With an assortment of over two thousand suits the selecting of your fall wardrobe Is an easy matter here. Hart Schaffner & Marx, Michaels Stern,
Washougal and many other fine makes comprise this extensive showing. Thousands of satisfied buyers come yearly to Bishop's and bring their
friends continued satisf action to customers has proven our undisputed leadership in the matter of value.
August 18, 19, 20 Trail 'em to Salem
Courtesy Cars Available at This Store
We wish to help make your stay in Salem a pleasant one, ourtesy ears are to be had here to take you on sight-seeing trips to the Oregon State In-
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Pendleton Woolen Mills
Washougal Woolen Mills
Eureka Woolen Mills
Eureka, Calif ornia
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