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JTttte atusWH STATESMAN. Salem, OreynFriday Morning. fWrr mtxr 22,1929
Criminal Suspect Released Al
though It was definitely estab
lished tli at George Kelson vaj a
man with a long criminal record,
local police could get nothing on
him during the time he was held
here In the city jail and Thurs
day he waa taken to the city lim
its and told to be on his way. Nel
son was arrested Tuesday morning
shortly after he alighted from a
Southern Pacific freight. A chisel,
several pass keys, a putty knife
and a large flashlight were found
In his possession. Inquiry revealed
that the. man had served time in
seven penitentiary!, including
three terma im- the Washington
.state pen. Burglary, grand lar
ceny, carrying concealed weapons
and vagrancy were some of the
charges- under which Kelson had
Special price on Hyris oil
chaags to all Dodge owners. Free
mechanical inspection of your ear.
Bonesteele Kotor Co.
Dollar dlnaer every night 5:3
to 8 at the llarion hotel.
Clan to Give Play The girls
club recently termed by employes
of the linen mill met at the T. M.
C. A. Wednesday night for a social
and business session. The group
voted to present two one-act plays
before Christmas, and selected
one vehicle, "All the World Loves
a Lover," a rollicking girls board
ing school farce. Helen Femoer
ton of Willamette will coach the
plays. The group has not yet se
lected a name for the club, to
which Mrs, Eric Butler Is advisor.
Old Time dance at Armory Fri
day night. Susbauer'a orchestra,
Mrs, Abren Leaving Mrs. Don
na Aleen. who has, , been - book
keeper tor Vick Bros., for some.
time, will leave aj tne ena oi u
week for Eugene where she has
accepted a similar position with
the newly organized Buick agency
there. The Buick company at Eu
gene will have their grand open
ing on Saturday of this week.
Mrs. Aleen is chairman of the hos
pitality committee of the Salem
Business and Professional Wom
en's club. , ,
Black walnuts perfectly free to
any one. 853 N. Commercial.
Special price on Hyvis oil
change to all Dodge owners. Free
mechanical inspection of your car.
Eonesteele Motor Co.
w . , r- l.tl TV o wnrlr o f
ilOU IS i.uiucuti " .
shortening the railing on the Lib
erty street bridge over South Mill
creek, involving also a change la
the sidewalk and construction of
an iron railing from the south end
of the bridge to the new ware
bouse of the P. E. P. company,
has been completed. The Iron rail
ing was Installed to prevent pos
sible cold baths in case someone
should walk off the edge of the
Free Turkeys at Schindler's An
nual Turkey Dance, Sat.
From Grants Vass State Sen
ator and Mrs. B. W. Miller and
Mr. . ana Mrs. Wilford Allen of
Grants Pass were in Salem Wed
nesday while returning to tneir
home city from Portland, where
Mr. Allen presided at a meeting of
th Isaac Walton league of Ore
gon, of which he is president. He
was formerly a mentDer oi me
state industrial accident commis
sion. Cider Apples wanted. Giedon
Special on voiles, dotted Swiss,
nd figured marquisette. Values
40c to 75c per yard. Speelal while
they last, 39c yardHamilton Fur
A. S. B. Play Said Good The
high school play, "The New Poor"
which is to be given at the high
achool auditorium next Tuesday
fllKht. November 26, isn't going to
be anything short of a genuine
success. So students predicted
yesterday, following presentation
by the complete cast of a typical
eklt from the play. Miss Cecil
l.tcKercher is coaching the three
Pianos for Rent. H. L. Stiff
Has Crop Increase The only
member of the Salem Cooperative
Nut Growers' association to deliv
er a larger crop of nuts than last
vear is William Blake, whose or
chard is on the Woodland Park
Special on voiles, dotted Swiss,
and figured" marquisette. Values
40c to 75c per yard. Special while
they last, 39c yard.Hamilton Fur
' Rooters' Special The special
train carrying Salem high rooters
to the game at Corvallls Saturday,
will leave Trade and High, streets
at 12:40 p. m., and will start the
return trip Immediately after the
Turkey dinner 76c at 1st Congu
caurcn,- r rmay evening i to I, w
At Korth Santlam The rural
school at North Santlam and
others in that vicinity were visit
ed yesterday by Mrs. Mary L. Ful
kerson, county school superinten
dent. Christmas Cards with our with-
but engraving or printing at The I
Statesman Publishing Co. t
"MISS MAJETIC" CONTEST
To Be Placed to th Credit of
Woman Wins Judgment Hilda
Freeman was awarded judgment
in her separate' maintenance suit
against S. P. Freeman, Salem bin
collector, when Judge McMahan
ruled in circuit court Thursday
that Freeman be required to give
$75 monthly to the support and
eare of bis wife and ber two chil
dren. The mother was also given
the custody of both children al
though one child, a boy, has been
with the father for sometime, the
child being taken from its mother
by stealth, according to the plain
Special sale on new davenports
and chairs, also mattresses and
linoleum rugs at F. N. Woodry's
Auetion Market and Furniture
store. Summer St.
' Dr. Dolph L. Craig,' dentist, has
moved to Suite 315, First Nation
al Bank Bldg. Phone 2327. Eve
nings by appointment.
County Releases Prisoner
After serving three months of his
eight months sentence for giving
a check without sufficient funds,
Ben H. Antrim was released from
the county Jail yesterday by order
of Jndge Percy Kelly who signed
parole papers for, the man.
See and bear those new all-elec
tric radios' at F. N. Woodry's Auc
tion Market. Anything taken in
t- ir lino
or hard cider ana a ootue or neer
caused the arrest and conviction
of Conrad Hagenauer, Gervals. A
fine of 350 was levied against
him on a charge of possession of
intoxicating liquor to which be
pleaded guilty in Justice court
Flip.-pyer electric toasters,
decorated bread board and knife
only $4.60 while they last. Im
perial Furniture Co.
Hurry! Hurry! Order your
Christmas cards now.Make your
selection from our several hundred
designs at the Statesman.
Werner Case FileI A damage
suit for $250 was filed at the
county clerk'a office Thursday by
Ernest Werner against L. C. Mc
Donald. Werner claims the money
is due him for damage to his au
tomobile and time lost as a result
of a collision with McDonald at
Wbodburn January IS, 1929.
Something uniquejn the line of
Christmas greetings is being given
by the Miller Beauty Shop In the
form of reduced -ates on" regular
services'; permanent waves $7.00;
marcels 75c; plain haircut 35c.
All expert operators. Tel. 1047.
Denies Complaint In an an
swer to the a ru en (red complaint
of Peetz and Barrett against Ma
bel Simpson, the defendant de
nies every allegation and state
ment directed against her. The an
swer was filed Thursday after
noon. Reserve Saturday night, Nov.
23, for Union Hill Grange benefit
Basket Social. Good Program.
Free coffee. 8 o'clock, Union Hill
Thanksgiving Turkey Free with
each cash Permanent Wave! Ap
pointments must be made before
Nov. 27. Model Beauty Parlor.
Defendant Wins Verdict A ver
dict for the defendant was re
turned by a jury in circuit court
Thursday In the case of Mortgage
Loan company against Stafford
Pickle company involving a prom
issory note for $500.
Flip-over electric toasters with
decorated bread board and knife
-only $4.50 while they last. Im
perial Furniture Co.
Divorce Complaint Filed
Opal Carruth filed a divorce com
plaint against F. L. Carruth in
circuit court Thursday afternoon.
The woman based her complaint
Select your Christmas cards at
The Statesman, we print or en
grave them to order. '
Default Order Listed An or
dar of. default-was entered against
the defendant in the case of Irl
S. Williams against J. B. Cum
mlns in circuit court yesterday.
Plans Residence Karl Becke
has taken out a permit to build
a residence at 1895 North 18th
street at a Cost of $3,000.
From Eugene J. O. Holt, man
ager of the Eugene Growers asso
ciation was a visitor in Salem
Flip-over electric toasters with
decorated bread board and knife
only $4.E0 while they last Im
perial Furaitwe Co.
Committee to Meet The Boys
Achievement exposition promotion
committee will meet tonight at
8 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. .
. Will sell second band - pianos
$35, $50, $65,. $75. $90, $110
each. $5 and $6 per mo. No pay
ment until after January 1st. New
upright, grands & player pianos
reduced in proportion. Liberal
discounts for cash. Investigate
these snaps. . They will not Jast
long at these terms and prices.
Open evenings. Tallman Piano
Store, Inc. "The Home of the
Baldwin," 385-395 S. 12th street.
Prospects Loom Likely That
. Indian School Can Be
Prospects for elevation of the
Salem Indian school ttf'collegiats
rank, a plan which Is being dis
cussed In Washington, D. C, this
week by O. H. Lippa, superintend
ent of .the school, and officials of
the Indian bureau, art favorable,
according to word received by tne
Salem -ehamber of commerce,
Shortly after Mr. Lipps depart
ure for Washington, the chamber
of commerce wired Senator Mc
Nary and Senator Stelwer, assur
ing them that the Indian school
superintendent bad tan confidence
and backing ot this community In
A reply was received from Sen
ator Stelwer, as follows:
"Wilt be glad to lend Superin
tendent Lipps every assistance. I
am a member of ths Indian affairs
committee which may be helpful."
From Senator McNary came the
"Mr. Lipps, superintendent of
the Indian school, la now In Wash
ington, and I nave conferred with
him over enlargement of the act
ivities of the Indian schooL
"I am pleased to state that be
has made a very favorable Impres
sion upon the Indian bureau end
I shall assist him In every way to
bring this school to the highest ef
ficiency." If the Indian school Is given
sufficient appropriation to permit
of the inclusion of collegiate work.
it will mean that the more deserv
ing Indian students from all of
the western states and Alaska will
b9 educatedhere,' and) It will as
sume the place fn tae" west that
the Carlisle Institution formerly
held in the east.
LESLIE SCHOOL TO
A puppet show, a minstrel, and
an old fashioned carnival will be
staged by students of the Leslie
junior high school at the school
house tonight and the general
public Is invited to attend.
Miss Gretchen Kreamer, one of
the directors of the entertain
ment, has coached the minstrel
show, which is composed of 50
voices and which will sing at va
rious times during the evening.
William Bush will be the interlo
cutor and his end men are to be
Bill Judson, Thomas Burr, Fred
Hertzog, and Donald Ellis. The
minstrel will put on its first per
formance at 7:30 o'clock. '
A puppet show, directed by Mrs.
Ida Andrews, will be an excellent
part of the evening's entertain
ment. There has been planned nearly
all the side shows which go to
make up an Interesting and amus
ing carnival. Barkers will be on
hand to add the final note of
"carnival life" to the night's per
formance. Communion to
Be Held Sunday
The Communion service Sun
day morning will be held by Rev.
Warren, assisted by the pastor.
There will be a children's sermon
ette and a short talk by the pas-
Assaolt Case Heard Claiming
that there had been a series ot as
saults committed against ber
since Bhe was 13 years old, Jean
ette Plamondin, 16, recited ber
case to a jury in circuit court
Thursday against Ed Schmidt,
foreman of the Ray hop yard lo
cated in the northern part ot the
county. A decision by the jury is
Want used furniture. Tel. 511.
Sarah N. Wade. 78, at. the resi
dence, 735 North High street.
Wednesday morning. Survived by
two daughters, Mrs. Inls Michael
and Mrs. E. Pence, both of Salem,
and one son Warren of Venlta.
Okla. Funeral services Friday at
t o'clock from the dough-Taylor
chapel, Rev. A. P. Layton, offici
ating. Interment in I. O. O. F.
City View Cemetery
Established 1803 TeL 1200
V Conveniently Accessible
perpetual care provided for
A Park Cemetery
with perpetual care
" . Jast ten initiates from rhe
heart of town
Phone s for the j
Highest Cash Wteov-vj
We buy and tell everything
( v ' t ..' . 1
Salem Junk Co.
320 N. Commercial :
r Saffron Kline
tor on- The Meaning of the
Lord's Bonner .." Snecial - mode
will Include a piano solo by Helen
uosser and a number by the Jun
ior choir. This meeting Is be
ing looked forward to with great
anticipation, so everyone should
try to come.
. In the Sunday evenlnn service
the sermon subject will be: TWest
rsaiem a Greatest Need." A spe
cial Invitation isxiven to the may.
or and city council, to the school
board, to the school .teachers, to
the community, clop members and
to every citizen who la mot at
tending church elsewhere that ev
ening to hear this message by the
pastor, xnere will m special mu
sic. H ACTIVE
Cooperating with the Salem
chamber of commerce, the Salem
high school yon lor chamber of
comment Is sending ont (0 let
ters a week urging the women ef
Salem to patronize home made
linens Instead ot linen towels
Letters from tke Junior cham
ber state that Salem eaa b more
prosperous and payrolls Increased
it the women ot the city patronise
home manufactured materials.
tn line with the "Buy at Home
campaign of the Junior chamber,
next month about 500 letters will
be written urging that In sending
Christmas presents. Salem has
some special offerings In home
grown filberts and walnuts and
home grown and packed prunes.
The high school Junior chamber
Is not only interested In a buy-at-home'
earn pa! gn, but It Is also in
terested In the commercial depart
ment ot the high school, having
recently purchased a Victrola and
a filing system for commercial
Officers report ' that Junior
chambers are naturally In need of
funds and in order to provide
some extra money, the young
folk will give a dance at Dream
land rink Saturday evening ot this
The high school junior chamber,
of commerce commenced work
last September with about 30
members and now has a member
ship of about 70:
Officers of the junior chamber
are Meda Harden, president; Rus
sell Gardner, vice president; Fred
Heinke, treasurer; Esther Scott,
secretary; Lester Colgan, adver
WOODBURN, November 21.
Dr.-and Mrs. C. F. Johnson of
Shantung, China, were the inter
esting speakers at the meeting of
the Women's Missionary society
of the First Presbyterian church
at woodburn Wednesday.
The meeting began by a lunch
eon served at 1:00. Both Dr. and
Mrs. Johnson gave entertaining.
instructive talks and Mrs. jonn-
Ron was attired in Chinese garb.
The Johnsons have been doing
missionary work in China for the
past 40 years which added to the
interest of their talks.
Other additional gueats for the
afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. W.
r . KnnnsTi nf Portland and Rev.
and Mrs. R. W. Achor who are
enroute from Roseburg to Oregon
City where Mr. Achor will be the
pastor of the First Presbyterian
church and Miss Irene Forsythe.
Dnring the afternoon Mrs. jack
Hansen sang "Fear Not For I am
With You" and at the conclusion
of the meeting a free will offering
Have Roll Call
SILVERTON, Nov. 21. The lo
cal order of the Pythian Sisters
held its annual roll call meeting
Tuesday evening of this week. The
meeting was largely attended and
much enthusiasm was ehown.
The committee In charge of the
food sale held last Saturday at the
City Meat Market reported that It
made $20. This committee con
sisted of Lavon Bowen, Ruth Me
Pike, Essie Specht, Helen Wright
man and Florence Williams.
Members brought their fruit
and Jelly Tuesday night. This Is
an annual offering which will be
sent to the Pythian home at Van
The newly organized Pythian
club with Mrs. Lets Olsen as Its
FINEST TORIC 4 QC
Eyeglass Insurance and ' thor
ough examination. Included.
110 N. Commercial 8c.
We buy rags, sacks, paper,
Iron, brass, copper, hides, o
etc. . - .
Capital Junk Co,
' "So. Stelnbock Propvf ,
Phone S9S - By the BrUge
The turn of the year brings us again to the season
when man, impelled by an age-old and world-wide impulse,
has been wont to offer his human thanks to Almighty God
for the fulfillment of His ancient promise that while the
earth remaineth seed time and harvest shall not fail.
Our national observance of an annual day of thanks
giving was instituted when our Pilgrim forefathers gath
ered together to make grateful acknowledgment for the
bountiful crops on which depended their survival. Since
that first American harvest, progress along innumerable
unesj has added to the comfort, the efficiency and the se
curity of our lives. Wealth and high position have been
vouchsafed us as a nation. Manifold and great opportun
ities have been opened op to us as individuals. Social and
economic changes have been vast, but the spiritual truth
reinains steadfast that material achievements are made
fruitful only , by guidance and strength from 'a power
which is above and beyond human endeavors. Eternal and
universal in the hearts of thoughtful men is the prayer,
"Establish Thou the work of our hands."
NOW. THEREFORE, I, L L. Patterson, Governor of
the state of Oregon, in conformity to the proclamation of
the President of the United States, do proclaim Thursday,
November 28th, 1929, as THANKSGIVING DAY, and do
hereby set it aside as a public holiday.
Let us, on this day, give thought to man's fellowship
with -nature In the husbandry of the fruitful earth, first
source of all wealth. Let us acknowledge the ties of fam
ily affection and renew the bond of hearth and home. Let
us confirm and strengthen the will to peace, stronger now
than ever before in the hearts of men. Let us share our
abundance with the less fortunate, and let us humbly dedi
cate our power and prosperity to the service of Almighty
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set ay hand
and caused the great seal of the state of Oregon to be
hereunto affixed this 15th day of November, A. D., 1929.
HAL E. HOSS
Secretary of State.
president reported that it had de
cided to sew for the children of
the Children's Unit of the Pythian
home and that it would give a
Christmas present to each of the
28, children In the home. A card
shower was also sent to Mrs. John
Demas, who has been critically 111
and Is still at the Good Samaritan
hospital at Portland.
At the close of the business ses
sion a social hour was enjoyed
during which supper was served
by a committee in charge of Mrs.
HUBBARD, Nov. 21 (Special)
Hy Everdlng, one of the best
known sportsmen in Oregon, was
complimented with a surprise
party by a group of friends Tues
day at the Hubbard Mineral
Springs sanatorium, where he is
convalescing after a recent illness.
Since this gathering was the
fourth of its kind. It was agreed
that some sore of organization
should be formed, and the Idea
was carried out, the association
being given the name "The An
nual Club of Oregon."
Officers elected included Hy
Everdlng, president; Miss Doris
Haynes, vice president, and W. A.
Charter members are Hy Ever
dlng, W. Milton Scherplng, Harry
P. Coffin, C. Tonseth, Doris M.
Haynes, H. W. Allen, E. C. Jar
vis, W. E. Robson, A. J. Matot. E.
C. Morgan, Harvey Thatcher, J.
King Byron. Dr. P. O. Riley, B. F.
Boynton, Frank Ervln. H. T.
Blakeslee. H. J. Phillips, Frank
Coffinberry. L. W. Rayner, W. A.
Robblns, Stanhope S. Pier. Leon
V. Jenkins, Cecil V; Toung and
Franklin- A. Kenny.
"Barney" Kropp and "Fred Turner, the "gas boys," formerly at Court
and Capitol streets are now with APs Super Service Station at the corner
of Church and Center streets.
They extend an invitation to all former customers and friends to visit
them at their new location where they are equipped to give better service
The personnel of the station is
Fred Turner and Dow Lovell.
I. L. PATTERSON
The purpose is to promote clos
er relations between the members
and advance the educational, mor
al, civic and business interests of
the Pacific northwest.
Charter members are each priv
ileged to select one elective mem
ber. HILDA CRAWFORD ILL
ZENA. November 21. Hilda
Crawford, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Crawford of Zena Is
ill at her home here with severe
cold and consequent ear trouble.
The mastoid glands were thought
to be the source of the trouble but
her condition is improving. A
trained nurse from Salem is in at
Nice fresh candy
made from Peanut
Butter and Cocoanut
16 Ounces for 22c
Two lbs. for 40c
The Original Yellow Front and
Candy Special Store of Salem.
185 N. Commercial
Washing. - Tire
Corner Center and Cottage
The T. W. C A. has sponsored
another club whose name has not
yet been selected. The organiza
tion took place Thursday night In
the Y. W. C. A. rooms with Mrs.
Erie Butler and Mrs. Elizabeth K.
Gallaher assisting a number of
young women from the Oregon
Linen mill In getting plans under
way for a dub. Officers were elect
ed. Miss Verna Wood was elected
president; Miss Agnes Smith, vice
president; Miss Virginia Van
Vleet, secretary; and Miss Marga
ret Elnielt, treasurer.
Miss Nina Brittell. Mks Lela
Hurst, and Miss Delores 8anders
will be the committee to select a
group of names from , which to
choose one for the dab's official
A second, committee was ap
pointed of Miss Susie Crow, Miss
HaHle Kimple. and Miss Elva. Har
ris, who will arrange a constitu
tion and by-laws for the new or
ganization. The girls plan to put
on a play during the holidays. The
next meeting will be Tuesday at
? o'clock in the Y. W. C. A.
CEDAR RAPIDS. Iowa, Nov. 21
(AP) Former neighbors.
friends and business associates ef
the late James W. Good.' secretary
of war In President Hoover's cab
inet, today gathered at the rail
road station to pay tribute to the
roan who beeran a life of public
service. as a young attorney here.
.tomorrow -morning they will at
tend a simple funeral In the. First
Presbyterian church here where
he worshipped with his family
when In Cedar Rapids. Then he
will be burled with military rites
in a Cemetery a few miles from his
1:30 P. M.
F. N. Woodry
Auction Market and
1610 X. Summer
Listings for this Sat.
weight 1100 lbs., a good all
1 Bay mare 0 yrs., old
around mare; 2 heavy wag
ons, 1 2-bottom, 12 inch, 4
horse, gang plow; 1 baggy,
onions in 25 lb. sacks, spe
cial sale on linoleum felt
base rugs, also linoleum
remnants, assortment of new 1
bed blankets, heater, range,
all kinds of furniture, tools,
etc 2 Doz. Barred Rock
Pullets, 1 fanning mill, bag
If yon have anything to sell
bring it in want stock,
chickens, machinery, or any
thing of value.
Cash paid for used furni
ture, tools, etc, Auction
sales conducted everywhere.
Phone 511 for
THIBUTES ME PI
TO SECRETARY BDOD
Service - Oil and Gasoline
now: Al J. Rousseau,; Barney Kropp,
Al J. Rousseau .
birthplace on an Iowa farm.
The speelal train carried .Mr.,
Good's body, his widow and two
sons and. a co Egress knal and mili
tary delegation reached Cedar
Rapids this afternoon after a 24
hour Journey 'from Washington.
where a White House funeral had
been accorded the secretary.
More than 2,000 of Mr. Good's
home folks braved a wintry wind
to gather at the Union station,
where the body of their former
congressman was removed from
Its special car under an army es
cort While the throng stood with
heads bared, the coffin was trans
ferred to a crepe covered calson
and borne to a mortuary where it
will remain until 9 a. m. tomor
row. Then It will be taken to the
church where the body will lie
in state until the services at 11
F. W. Pettyjohn
Stock Is $2000
The F. W. Pettyjohn company,
with headquarters in Salem and
capital stock of $2000, has been
Incorporated by F. W. Pettyjohn,
J. H. Mad en and Custer Ross. Ar
ticles were filed In the state
corporation department yesterday.
The Cinderella Coat company,
with capital stock of $000, has
been Incorporated by Theodore
Hardy. Alex Stein and W. G. Kel
ler. Headquarters are in Port
land. Read the Classified Ads.
Now Open Until
Dally Except Sunday
for your Model A
and Model T
Cars and Trucks
Washing - Lubricating
! Battery Service
Sales FORD Service