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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Wedensday Morniag. Angnst 28. 1929
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OLocal News Briefs
Soly L.lf- Saving All m
T.-rs of the Salem fire department
v. ill be enrolled in a special life
string class which 'will start
Thursday night at the Y. M. C. A..
and will be held each Monday and
Thursday night until the course
U c-onipkted. The course aims to
pr- paro those taking it to pass the
P.-?4 Cro?3 life saving test. This is
primarily a course in resuscitation
"f fh- drowning, but the same
rt'hodt are used in resuscitating
Irsciitf suffocated by ftnoke. The
firemen are also called unon fre
quently to revive drowning per-'
son-. The fire department here is'
iniplfa with u lung motor lor
t'ti-s i urpose.
Mfox Kung is Visitor Mis
L-tn Chen Kung, whose home i3 in
MeCallister Elected Mark Mc-
Calllster, state corporation com
missbner, has been elected second
vice president ot the National Se
curity Commissioners' association
in St. Paul, Minn., last week, word
received here by Mrs. MeCallister
states. Mr. MeCallister expects to
return to Salem Friday night. The
delegates were entertained with a
two-day fishing trip after the con
vention. Mr. MeCallister is now in
Salt Lake City for a convention of
the National Building and Loan
Randal es Go South Rev. and
Mr?. Louis Randle and thiee
thilJren Lois, Helen and Jack
;? Cottag& Grove left here
Tuesday to return to their home.
The Randle family have been
SUargliii, China, but who has ! house guests since Saturday at
b?n studying at Oregon State j the homo of Mrs. Handle's brother
r ilese and who completed her ! in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs.
)urse there with the past sum-! V. D. Henry of Zeca. Rev. Ran
taer school session, will arrive to-! die is pastor of the Baptist church
dy for a visit at the horo of ! at Cottaso Grove, known as the
Miss EJna Fitts. The woung wo-j "church ou the highway."
men became acquainted in college. J
Miss Kung will leave the middle; Illinois" Folk Visit Mr. and
f St-Dtembe:- to do advanced ! Mrs. F. V. Badoreh and son Jack
work a- Columbia University in Badoreh, of Decatur, Illinois, are
N-?w York. i visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W, D. Edwards of Sunnyslde.
1nsxcts Smallpox Siupects Mrs. Badoreh was formerly Miss
Dr. Y-ixon A. Douglas was at Sil- j Betty Etewait. Mrs. Badoreh had
v-r Crefk Falls Tuesday to in-j not been in Salem for eight years
vestigate a suspicious smallpox j and she has been greatly impress
cse, which developed to be an j ed with tiia manner in which Sal--ld
unreported case now entirely j eai has grown in that Jength of
r-covred. The case was found ; time.
!- a county health nurse and re
ported to Dr. DougiaH. An adult
tud tLe disease, which has not
unread to the two or three fam
ines living in the vicinity.
Answer Filed An answer was
filed in circuit court Tuesday in
the oa.-e of. K. T. Tuv vs. Glen E.
Eoff. the Salem Bank of Com
merce and Beulah Wilson. The
bank alleges that one of the de
fendants is indebted to it for more
than tlOOO and asks that a moit
i?e re foreclosed on property of
the I ciciidant.
Conference Tlsur.-jlay The
fourth and last conference of tli
tiurcn year wm oe nem Dy me tendent George W. Hug told the
Jason L?e church Thursday night. chcol boa-d member3 last n1ght
Rev. Thomas II. Temple, dls'rict ; .. that thera were gtnj
superintendent, to preside. Th-J ; ?:.,nty ct good teacher, ,rom
jtieetitp wj:i do nca in :::a cuuri-u vt-hi),-, t,-,
3nd it is ured that aU members;
jf the congregation attend. Visit at Johnson Home Mr.
! ana iirs. Harry C. Jaycox and
; daughter Marion of Tacoma left
luesdry after spending four days
Bound to Grand Judy Ben An
trim was bound over to the grand
Jury from justice court Tuesday
after Justice Small had heard pre
liminary evidence which made
continuance of t'ae charge ot
passing checLs without sufficient
funds eeem plausible. Antrim is
a tativo of Yarahlll county. This
ii th& third time a charge of bad
check passing has been lodged
Teacher Supply B:r the sun
ply of teachers who are still seek
ing jobs ia the Salem school is
more than adequate, with plenty
or poor one3 in the field, Superln
Phillip Dad Third Tina The
Valley Motor company tbould be
doubling sues the next few days.
if cigars and a broad smile bare
anything to do with the public's
our baying Usto. Which menu
that W. 1 "Bill- Phillips, secretary-manager,
is a daddy three
times now; and every time a boy.
Mrs. Phillips and the boy. who was
born Tuesday, are at the Salem
To Tell Flax Story Malcolm C.
Catting, special writer for the
Country Gentleman, is la Salem
today gathering Information for
aa article to appear in bis maga
zine late this year on flax grow
ing, both of seed and fibre,
throughout-the United States. He
interviewed R. J. Hendricks, one
ot the early sponsors of the flax
growing movement here.
Ilawley Goes to Breatenbush
Congressman W. C. Haw ley and
Ronald Glover will leave today
for Breitenbusb Springs where
Mr. Hswley will remain until aft
er Labor day. Mr. Giover will re
tarn to Salem tonight, and will
again go to Breiterbush to spend
tbe weekend with Mr. Hawley and
return with him Monday evening
it is expected.
Oil Make City Prosper Calga
ry, Alberta, Canada, is going ahead
by leaps and bounds, resorts
George D. Fraser. manager ot the
Salem Engraving company. Who
returned this week from a Taca-
tloa trip there. The reason for Cal
gary's growth Is (he recenj discov
ery of oil which has made the city
Kyerly ia Eugene Farther
medical attention to his arm.
which was injured in a crash at
Eugeae during the air circus there
several weeks ago necessitated a
flight to that city Tuesday by Lee
Kyerly, superintendent ot the mu
Committee Named to Assist
In Raising $5000 For
VllVl. . . M
Wt Solfn I Mfs. Johii CSfrick of South Salem.
John Arthur, returned home with
A Aft. - I '
aner, oro-aer ot -its, Mr, ThomM Sunday evening,
0 nt i aiiiAAi l
L. L. Sloper of Edge water street
arrived here- Saturday to visit
with the Slopers and other rela
tives. He will visit Mrs. William
Andrews ot West Salem and sev
eral relatives in Toledo. Carter
came from California and will
stay about two weeks. He made
the trip in 19 3-4 hoars.
James Jacobs who has beenln
the IT. S. marine corps. Is visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Jacobs, and other relatives and
frUmds. He intends to make his
home here in the future.
Several improvements are being
made at the Puritan Cider Works
of West Salem. Several convenien
ces will be made by this for the
An.v- r Filed An answer has
!"en lilsd la tbe circuit court in
the ra-.e of Cameron C. Butte V3.
the southern Pacific Motor com
pany rnd E..S. Coates. Coates set
forth in his reply that Butte was
uily tf contributory negligence
in an accident whi h occurred last
sprirr in Salem.
Schunhes Returning Mr. and
?.Irs. Edward Schunke and family
ire esperted home Thursday from
Yarhats where they have been
spendir.R a few days vacationing.
Mr. Srhunke is manager of Roth's;
Den'.urrer Filed A demurrer
in the case of the Credit Service
-v vs. J. V. L. Hill pot and W. P.
Hillpot was filed by counsel for
the dfpndcnU in circuit court
K-i)y in City Judge Perry R.
Kelly of Albany was in Salem
Tue?d?y on business in the circuit
. onrt. Friday and Saturday he
will har motions and remurrer in
t'aj court at Albany.
Ii-tirty Sale Confined Sale of
ral property in behalf of the
plaintiff in the rase ot Roy Nelson
V4. E. A. and Hazel Johnson was
confirmed by an order issued out
ot" circuit court Tuesday.
Will Show Films Dr. David B.
Hfll Trill exhibit tonight at the
Christian Endeavor convention at!
Turner, the motion pictures which j
he took of the state convention in'
Salem earlier In the year.
Y. Officer Visits Lester Adams,
a member of the northwest coun
cil of the Y. M. C. A. with head
quarters at Seattle, was a caller
at tbt Salem Y. Tuesdav.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mel
via Johnson, 13 C3 North Church.
Mr?. Jaycox and Mrs. Johnson are
Heltzel Travel John Helt.
rel. Sr., attorney at law with of
fices iu the Bush bank building,
leaves today for Seattle from
which place he will sail on the
Admiral Rodgers for Skagway add
Slfka, Alaska, for a 12 day vaca
tion. Missouri Picnic Postponed
Tiie Missouri picnic which had
been - announced as an event of
the near future has been indef
initely postponed, it was announc
ed Tuesday, because the fair
grounds cannot be secured as a
place of meeting.
Former Teachers Here Mr.
and Mrs. S. D. Stevens of Kkiah
were Tuesday visitors at the coun
ty school superiutendents office.
Mr. and Mrs. Stevens taught in
One License Issued Only one
marriage license was Issued in the
county clerk's office Tuesday, that
going to Howard R. Roberts, 20,
of Salem, to Louise M. French,
legal age, also of Salem.
Battery Picnic Planned Veter
ans of batteries A and B, Oregon
unit in the World war are plan
ning for an annual picnic at the
Clackamas rifle range September
Woodburn Women Visit Miss
Mary Gibson and Mrs. Mae Engle
of Woodburn were in Salem Tues
day. They are preparing for the
opening of the school year at Un
ion, where they both teach.
Rricksons RXorn Dean and
Mrs. Frank Erickson returned
Monday from a trip to San Fran
cisco. While in the south they vis
ited two of their children, Mary
and Frank Jr.
Picnic is Today The Ladies Aid
society of the First Presbyterian
church will hold a picnic today at
Hager's grove, with a basket
luncheon at 1 p. m.
Without dissenting Tote the
Salem Kiwanis club Tuesday noon
approved the chamber ot com
merce's support of the American
legion drum corps which is to be
sent south, to Louisville, Kentucky
at a cost of 15000 to Salem citi
zens. Sam Chambers, Harry Lery
and Howard Hutse-y were named a
committee of three to represent
the club in doing its part in send
ing the corps south.
Sam Chambers, asking club
members for their support, re-
minded them that 11 months ago,
when the dram corps returned
from San Antonio, Texas, the cit
izens of Salem pledged their sup
port to sending the boys back
again this year.
At the noon luncheon the club
members heard letters from Ki
wanis leaders throughout the
northwest in which appreciation
ot the manner in which Salem
handled the meeting was uniform
ly expressed. T. Harry Gowman,
governor of tbe northwest district,
characterised the convention both
ln attendance and in the manner
visitors were treated, as the best
in the history of the northwest or
Scott Page, general chairman of
the convention committee, said
there would be some surplus ln
the treasury after all bills were
paid. Doctor Henry Morris told
Klwanians that this was the first
time in Kiwanis northwest history
that a district convention had
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wietzel of
Oregon City, were visitors at the loading and unloading, which will
uonraa ox home on Mersary ave- g0 on at tj8 piace.
nue Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Desmond Fulp of
W. F. Thomas, who has been Walport were recent visitors of
ill for some time, suddenly took a Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Kroa, who re-
change for the worse Monday af- side at the Pasadena apartments.
ternoon and had to be given im- Both Mr. and Mrs. Fulp were
mediate attention. It was neces- teachers at the Parrish Junior
sary to have him taken to the hos- high school last year. Mrs. Kron
pital. also taught there
Miss Evelyn Emery of Pratum Ralph Bloom has as his visitor.
Reports From London State
wounded oat patients, Moslems?,
35; Christians 17; Jews S3.
preached at the Sunday morning
service of the West Salem church.
Reverend Mickey had charge ot
the evening service. Both services
were immensely enjoyed by those
Mrs. Harry Needham and baby
are making a two "weeks visit at
the home of Mrs. Needham's Bis
ter, Mrs. Clarence Tandy of Eu
gene. Mr. and Mrs. Daciel Bradford
of McMlnnville spent the week
end with Mrs. Bradford's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Miller, ot West
Salem. They returned to their
home Monday morning.
E. C. Stewart and his daughter
recently returned from a business
trip" to Moscow, Idaho.
Clifford Tongeland. who works
in southern Oregon for the South
ern Pacifie company, arrived in
his father who just came from
Several people o n Edgewater
street are planning to put in ce
ment sidewalks along their homes.
The use of reinforced concrete
piling for the first time in Marion
county is being followed in the
construction of two bridges east
ot the penitentiary on tbe road to
While the county pile driver
and its crew are being used to
West Salem Saturdar where he Place the piling, the costs of the
will aund about two weeka with operation is borne by the contrac-
Sentence of Ed. Brandenberg of
Salem to two years In the Ore
gon penitentiary and his imme
diate parole to his aunt. Maud B.
Rundbett. was handed down Tues
day by Circuit Judge McMahan.
Brandenberg, whv is 19, was ar
raigned and pleaded guilty to a
charge of uttering a false instru
ment in tbe form of a check for
I the Aumsville school three years' 18
ago. They will teach
Tygh valley this fall.
in the '
Mrs. Bonrdman Plana Trip
Mrs. S. H. Boardman will leave
Thursday for an extended visit i building
with the mends and relatives at
Hang -Pope Fined Hans Pope
was not at all pleased but he nev
ertheless parted with 5 $25 and
paid his fine to Justice Brazier
Small Tuesday in justice court
when he plead guilty to the? charge
of selling a short measure of wood.
Patterson Girl Xamed Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Whittig, 690 North
Summer, left Tuesday for Cald
well, Idaho, where they will spendS
sohie time looking after property
Suk s in Owiad.i Mr. and Mrs.
Veru Suko are visiting relatives
this week in Vancouver and Vic
toria. B. C. Mr. Suko has a com
mercial art shop in the New Blieh
Change in Water
Rate is Probed
Th eproposed new tariff of the
Grants Pass Water company has
been suspended until November
23, according to announcement
made by the public service com
mission Tue3da The tariff pro
vides for slight Increases in all
classes of water service. The
commission will conduct an in
vestigation to determine whether
the proposed new rates are reasonable.
Probate matters, routine in na
ture but important, occupied con
siderable of the time of County
Judge Siegmund Tuesday.
How much is the proper fee
for an attorney in an estate ot
more than $120,000 in value was
a question raised by C. M. Byrd,
executor of the estate of his fath
er, W. H. Byrd, deceased. The
attorney's fee agreed upon by the
Marion county bar association
amounts to $2582.35 but the exe
cutor and the heirs feel this ia
high. The matter is to be argued
before Judge Siegmund Saturday
The judge approved distribu
tion of $5000 apiece to the three
heirs. The executor states ln his
papers filed with the Judge that
he waives the customary fee al
lowed the executor which is equal
to the amount sought by the at
torney. Ttrree appraisers were named
by the court for the estate of
George W. Gash, deceased.
Lillian M. Dewey made her fin
al report to the court as adminis
tratrix of the estate ot Franklin
Juantia Dane asked the court
to ba discharged as executrix of
the estate of J. F. Beggs, deceas
ed, on the ground that slie had
properly administered all the
funds entrusted to her for deliv
ery, to the heirs. More than $18,
000 was recevied from the estate.
The court discharged O. W.
Eriksen as guardian of Marie
Knapp previously held incompe
tent, on the basis that she had
regained her competency.
his wife and other relatives. He I
had been away from home about
James Henkle spent Sunday at
the home of his alter in Monmouth.
Mrs. E. T. Davis, who lives in
the Oak Grove district spent Mon
day with her sister-in-law of West
Salem, Mrs. James S. Davis.
tor for the work.
Under the process followed
which replaces the using of wood
en piling, the contractor builds
forms and in these pours the con
crete with suitable reinforcing be
ing used. After a 3 day period
during which the concrete har
dens, the pile Is raised into the
air and then hammered Into the
bed of the stream over which the
HUPM0B1LE FIRM TO
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Lawrence of bridge is constructed. According
w est &aiem went to r.ugene &ai- t0 Roadmaster Frank Johnson the
urday and brought back Mr. Law- piies made of concrete will last
rence s motner sunuay. interminablv and seem to be as
Mr. Edward Brock and E. T. readily handled as wooden ones
Hamer returned from the beach
Sunday evening after having spent
a week there. They said they had
a wonderful time.
Mrs. Ed Brock of 1055 Sec
ond street, was a Sunday dinner
guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
John Yantiss of Kingwood heights.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Groves and
son, who are on a vacation, are
expected to be home baturaay. Announcement that the Ore-
Mrs. N. G. Wilson of Washing- gon Hupmobile Co., would serve
ton, arrived Sunday evening at the a9 Marion county distributors for
home of her daughter, Mrs. Hubmobile with offices and show
James S. Davis of 176 Gerth ave- room on Center street in the
nue. Mrs. Wilson started for her building owned by the Valley Mo
liome in Washington early Mon- tor Co. was made late Tuesday
day afternoon. afternoon by J. P. Alexander, as-
Mr. and Mrs. Hubble Young sistant sales manager ot the com
and children were Sunday visitors pany who Is In charge of the new
at the home of Mrs. Young's par- agency here. The formal open
n3. Mr and Mm. Nnttine of Al- inr of the company in Salem is
kv scheduled for next Wednesday
Mrs. O. A. Nieh. slater of Mrs. Mr. Alexander was In the city
Mr Rininpa nri daughter Doris making arrangements for the op
wre week-end visitors at the Bil- nln of the new agency which
LONDON, Aug. 27. TAP)
The colonial office officially
stated tonight that the situation
In Palestine was reported to be
well in hand. All was quiet in Jer
usalem and Jaffa but the county
outside was still unsettled and
subject to continuous organized
attacks by Arabs on Jewish colonies.
The statement added that while
the Trans-Jordania situation was
not free from anxiety so far no
actual disturbances had occurred.
Officials of the colonial office sta
ted that the death roll did not ex
ceed 193 up to this morning, but
they admitted the difficulty of
cheeking the actual number of cas
As a means to ending the con
flict the two strongest measures
today were the manifesto by Mos
lem leaders calling on Arabs to
cease rioting and the action of the
Palestine government in closing
tbe eastern frontier to prevent
possible incursions by Trans-Jordanian
The view of official quarters In
London apart from some evident
nervousness about Trans-Jordania,
was that there was no danger ot
the Palestine trouble spreading to
other Moslem countries or to the
Mohammedan population of India.
The official opinion was that the
Palestine trouble was more local
and racial although it was admit
ted religion was an important fac
" The Arab aptitude was describ
ed as more anti-Jewish than anti-
British and it was pointed out that
so far as is known, at present no
Christians have been deliberately
molested. For these reasons auth
oritative observers believed there
was no reason for other Moslem
peoples to take a hand although
the Moslem world naturally sym
pathized with its Palestine brothers.
The following are the total cas
ualties and includes those pre
viously mentioned, according to
the long official release by the
"Jerusalem and Hebron: killed,
Moslems 23. Christians 3. Jews
78 wounded in patients. Mos
lems 25. Christians 2, JewT-102;
Without operation t lost of thn.
329 Ortfan fildg.
is in lie with a policy of the
Sydney Hawthorne of Forest ?? "upm,biIe1 C.- to,thandle
Silvertoa Minister Here Itev.
Thomas Hardie, of Silverton. was
a guest of Dr. Henry Morris at
in- Saltm Kiwanis club Wednes-1
day coon. 1
Here From Oregon City A vis
itor this week with Walter J. Nel
son, 675 Shipping street, is (VC.
Glides, of Oregon City. He is jthe
father of Mrs. Nelson. I
Moffenbler Here The Rev.
Waller Moffenbler. forniorly of
M. Arpel. now a priest in one of
the parishes in east Portland, vis
i'ed here Tuesday.
Find It Here
s Our Special Sale Ad
Fate 7. H. L. Stiff Furniture Co.
For red Cars See
Vj.;; Bros. High and Trade.
For red Cars See
Vi;k Eros. High and Trade.
:S0 to t at t-
Ian-e With Thomas Bros.'
Band at Mellow Moon Wedand
Vaniel Hop Pickers
Hartley r Craig yard, Minto
Island, starting Monday, Sept. 2.
Sydney Kay, M. D., Physician
and Surgeon, has opened his of
Tira at 313 First National Bank
We Wish to Thapk Oar Many
Friends tar the sympathy and
kindness shown us during our be
amrVement and fer the beautiful
H. F. Hanes I
W. r. Klampe and falmly. j
Suit Money Allowed An order
allowing $150 for suit money was
issued in circuit court Tuesday in
the case of J. H. Hathawav vs.
Ella C. Hathaway.
Money Ordered to Counsel
Payment of $44.02 collected in be
half of Irene Reid against Edward
Heid. was ordered in the circuit
court Tuesday by Judge McMahan.
Putnam Rack on Doty Marion
Putnam, night partolman in tbe
business district, will return to
duty tonight after a two-weeks
vacation. He spent part of the
time at Breitenbusb..
I'resents Program William Mc-
Gilchnst. sr., and bis Irish con
certina were featured on the pro
gram of entertainment given
Tuesday night at the I.akebrook
Leaves for Moscow Miss Mil
dred Hanson, who has been
spending the summer in Salem,
has left for Moscow, Idaho,
where she will be employed in the
University of Idaho library.
Misa Kihs Visits Miss Marie
A. Kihs of Jefferson was a Salem
caller Tuesday. She will teach
at the Middle Grove schooMn this
county this fall.
To Return to Spokane Mrs.
George C. Zimmerman who has
been spending part ot the sum
mer in Salem will leave Thursday
for her home ln Spokane.
Harris In City S. A. Harris,
clerk ot the Brooks school dis
trict, was a business visitor in
the city Tuesday.
Fined for Passing Passing
in aa intersection cost Paul Reg
gl of Brooks $5 when he appeared
in police court Tuesday.
Coins to Chicago Winifred
R. Heidier. 145 We3t Wilson, will
leave today for aa extended visit
to Chicago and eastern points.
Daryl F. Proctor. 33. died sud
denly in a local doctor's office on
Tuesday afternoon. Survived by
his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Proctor
of Salem; his widow. Gladys; sis
ters: Mrs. B. E. Otjen. and La
Verne Proctor of Salem. Mrs. Vida
Compton. of Redmond, Wash., and
Ina Latham of California; and
one brother. Errol, of Portland.
Funeral announcements later
from the Rlgdon mortuary.
Betty Irene Johnston, Infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wal
ter Johnston, died Tuesday at the
residence on route one. Besides
the parents, three sisters survie:
Ruby. Pauline and Juanita. Fu
neral announcements later from
the Rlgdon mortuary.
Governor Patterson Tuesday
refused to comment ou President
Hoover's proposal that the west
ern states take over all remaining
unappropriated public lands.
The governor said he was not
familiar with the details of the
proposal, but would receive a full
report from Ronald G. Cailvert.
editor of The Oregonian, who is
his official representative at tbe
conference of western governors
now in progress at Salt Lake City.
The president's proposal wa3 sub
mittee at the conference Monday.
Grove, spent Saturday visiting at
the J. I. Miller home of West Sa
Miss Irene Becken of Indepen
dence Is staying at the home of
her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Hunt. Miss Becken is work
ing ln the West Salem cannery.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Burns and
family went to Dayton Sunday
where they met several other rel
atives and had a picnic.
The new home on Plaza street
which belongs to Dale Lemon of
Edgewater street Is now being
Mrs. Mary Billings of Plaza
street has been confined to her
bed for two days with pleurisy.
George Steward has taken out
a nermit to erect a S2500 res!
' dence on Skinner street.
The West Salem school board
held a meeting last week and de
rided school would start Septem
C. J. Casey, who Is working at
Lake Brook firing at a hop dryer,
left for his work. He has been
staying about a week at the Fra-.
Jim Henkle had as his visitors
Tuesday. John Stribling of Hart
ford, Wn., and S. H. Henkle of
Mrs. Arthur Thomas was a vis-
distribution directly from Its own
agencies in the state. A branch
is now maintained by tbe firm at
READING LENSES .
Eyeglass Insurance and thor
ough examination included.
110 N. Commercial St,
NaSus: wounded. Moslems 10.
Jaffa: killed, Moslems 10, Jews
4; wounded, in-patients. Moslems
18; Jews 15, wounded out-patients,
number not yet reported.
Beisan: wounded. Jews 21.
Haifa: killed, 1 Jew, wounded
"A later telegram gives the to
tal casualties reported up to this
morning ia all Palestine as: kill
ed, Moslems 46; Christians 4;
Jews 93; hospital cases, Moslems
73; Christians 12; Jews 153;
wounded out-patients Moslems
45; Christians 27; Jews 116."
IRE REPORTED HEBE
The three accidents reported
Tuesday all resulted ln injuries. V
to the cars only and all happened
Monday. Two of the cars wero j
badly damaged, those ot Powell .
Stoughton and Robin Day.
Several boys were riding In the
Stousrhton cari and did not see I
Day approaches the intersection!
by the Keizer school until too latef
to avoid a crash. Day has just re-i
cently recovered from an accident , ,
when the 40 et 8 train here for J 4
the legion convention hit while he
was walking on Ferry street early
Saturday morning, August 10.
The other two accidents report
ed involved collisions between E.
O. Ammann of route 5. and a Mr.
Dorvald; William B. Mott. 474 E.
Rural and a truck ot the Better
Yet baking company. The bread -truck
is said to have stopped sud
dently on High street hill and
Mott jammed into It.
We have a 1928 Chevrolet
Coupe smartly finished la black
and cream trimming, tally
equipped, and nuia Ilka a
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The Hoase That Sendee Bails
We can save yon money
We Buy and Sell
Salem Bargain House
& Salem JraCotac
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SILVERTON, Aug. 27 Mr.
and Mr3. Grant Davis have re
turned from a few days huckle
berrying in the neighborhood of
Mount Hood. They brought with
them 28 qjiarts of the berries and
reports of au excellent time.
Read the Classified Ads.
Eliza Reebs died at 'the Metho
dist Old People's home Tuesday
morning at the age of 88 years.
Funeral services at the Rlgdon
mortuary Thursday morn'lng at 10
o'clock, Rev. Harry K. Gardner of
ficiating. Intermention Lee Mis
At the Adams Orchard op
posite Franklin Tulip Farms
City View Cemetery
EMabUsMd 189S Tel. 12M
Perpetual care provided for
F Family Style
llP Bountful servings
tJJ All home cooking
dinner New Argola
Mr. aa Mrs. Haatbflala, Prep.
C2 X. CbL
Tastes Even Better
Than it Looks-Made
of Purest Ingredients
For health, for the battle
against August heat, and
for that exhilerating sense
of refreshing coolness, come
in today and try one of our
delicious sundaes or sodas.
1S5 X. Commercial Street
S2S ;p8tK rl
A Park Cemetery
with perpetual care
Jaat tea aairates froae the
heart ot towa
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" 408 Oregon Building, SALEM, OREGON
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It Is not necessary to sacri
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man Want Ad Sect km, you
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