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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Thursday Morning, October 10, 1929
ST ST. PAUL
Premier and Daughter Welcomed
Registration Lower Than
Last Year; Few Chang
es in Faculty
ST. PAUL, Oct. 9. The St.
Faul Union high school opened
Monday, September 30 with a reg
istration of 43 pupils, 13 less than
last year. Herbert Michelbrook.
vbo has been principal for several
years is back again. Miss Dorothy
Kiel, the science teacher of last
year, is also back; but St. Paul
high has a new commercial teach
er. Miss McGrath.
Miss Alice Davidson is the prin
cipal of the St. Paul grade- school
and Misa Loretta Gooding is as
sistant teacher. About two miles
from St. Paul, at tho Four Corner
school hoiuo, Miss Helen Cooke is
teacher. Last year Miss Ursula Mc
Donald filled -the position.
Miss Cecelia, Kirsc'i and her
mother, Mrs. Frank Kirsch of St.
Paul, left for San Francisco, where
Miss Kirsch Is to become the bride
of Mr. Russell Gooding, formerly
of St. Paul.
Miss Octavia PeHand, who has
been working at Klamath Falls,
was home vi&Iting with her pati
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Pelland
for two weeks.
Vern Houssman and Miss Marie
Eder of Salem were visitors Sun
day at the home of Miss Eder's
mother, Mrs. Margaret Eder.
Mrs. Maurice Merten, who has
bad her tonsils removed Is recov
Mr. and Mrs. Derby of Gari
baldi were visiting their daugh
ters. Mrs. P. A. Bernard and Mrs.
W. M. Bernard.
Mr. Steve Merten and son,
Stevle. of St. Taul and Mr.
Gauschnider of Portland left on
a feast hunting trip to Pendleton.
Labish Land is
LABISH. Oct. 9. Every fall
immediately after the onions are
harvested, the owners of the beav
er dam ground commence the re
placement of the worn-out tiling.
Oftin whole fields are comDletoly
re-tiled. The Hayes company has
a large crew at work digging
diU'hes and hauling , the new tiles
to the scene of operations whore
they are installed by workmen.
Ions experienced in the art. The
Haves concern expects to lay ap
proximately three miles of new
tile the coining fall, most or It to
be layed in the onion ground.
The tiles are placed in a con
tinuous row and covered with
beaver-dam. The depth at which
they are placed varies from three
to seven feet, depending upon the
natural slope of the land in rela
tion to the waste ditch and its
elevation. The proper placing of
tho tiles Is a matter of highest im
portance inasmuch as the volume
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This scr ne Indicates New York's tremendous ovation for Premier Ramsay BIXcDonald (top Inset)
and his daughter Ishbel (lower inset) on their arrival there a short time ago.
VICTORIA, B. C, Oct. 9-(AP)-JRadieal
Doukhobors from British
Columbia. Saskatchewan and the
United States have swelled the
Sons of Freedom colony at Porto
Rico, near Nelson, B. C, from
150 to 400 persons, It was re
Some 150 members of the Sons
of Freedom sect were taken to
Porto Rico recently after they had
been arrested for refusing to give
up their encampment on the out
skirts of Nelson, where they had
gathered In protest to the arrest
and Imprisonment of more than
100 of their number, who had
staged a nude parade at South
Slocan. The Nelson encampment
was condemned as unsanitary.
The Porto Rico settlement was
offered to the fanatical group by
law-abiding Doukhobors. S. F.
Tolmie. premier of British Colum
bia, said he was seeking co-oper.
ation of the federal government
to restrain the movement towards
er and Bob Low came home Sun
day night with three deer. They
had been away about ten days,
south of Roseburg in Camas valley.
RICKREALL, Oct. 9. Hunt
er's luck was good when J. O.
Price, Delbert Price, Frank Farm-
KEIZER. Oct. 9. The first
meeting for the school year of the
Keizer community club will be
held Friday evening, 8 o'clock at
the Keizer school house.
(The main feature of the eve
ning will be the re-organization
and appointment of committee. A
short program will follow.
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For Cooking Utensils of All Kinds . .
Ray L. Farmer
Corner Court and Commercial Streets
Mrs. Hubbard uses utensils from Farmer's stor
in her cooking school demonstrations
of the crop depends greatly upon
Home After Long
Jaunt on Water
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 9.
(AP) After paddling 2500 miles
in canoe and rubber boat up and
down streams and rivers of the
Arctic region and portaging 100
miles over the summit of the Ca
nadian Rockies within the Arctic
circle, Amos Burg returned to his
home here today. He plan3 to
spend several weeks here, writing
several articles on his trip and
arranging several reels of motion
pictures as well as some 1000 still
pictures taken on the long jour
ney. Burg was accompanied on part
of the trip by Dr. George Rebec,
dean of the graduate school of the
University of Oregon.
Cub Supporter is
Killed by Defeat
CHICAGO, Oct. 9. (AP) The
strain of a Cub ninth inning rally
which failed yesterday was fatal to
Ralph A. Werthein. worshipful
master of the Hyde Park Masonic
lodge. Several ffiends had gath
ered at his home to listen to the
radio description of the first game
of the worli's series, and just be
fore Tolson's strikeout to end the
game Werthein toppled from his
He was dead when a physician
Fairview Man to
Hunt Deer With
Bow and Arrow
FAIRVIEW, Oct. 9. Lester
Hooper and his brother, John, left
Monday morning on a hunting
trip in Washington, near St. Hel
ens. John Hooper is a so-called mod
ern Robin Hood as he expects to
get his deer with the use of only
a bow and arrow.
He Is an expert archer and be
longs to the Archery club in Port
land. He is also connected with
the P. E. P. Co., there.
Water Works Suit
DALLAS, Oct. 9 H. V. Gates,
lessee of the city water works has
secured a judgment against the
city for costs in the suit brought
against him by the city council.
This suit was brought to bave
Gates appoint an appraiser to
meet with one selected by the ci
ty, they to select the third party
to determine the value of the wa
ter system, preparatory to the
pnrchase of Gates interest by the
Judgment secured by Gates
amounts to $15. 50. It is reported
that the city will carry the mat
ter to the supreme court.
Recent claims totaling $1315.70
have been paid to holders of Ore
gon Statesman, North American
Accident Insurance Co., policies.
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