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Tfc CIIEGON STATESMAN.' SaWra. Oreron, Tuesday Morning, July 8, 1930
Local News Briefe
)Week End aft Cutler City
Among Salem people spending the
week end at Cutler City were Mr.
and Mrs. C F. Breithiupt. Mr. and
Mrs. 'Henry Lxlcar, Mr. and Mrs.
P. C.tBeU, Mr. and Mrs. Waller
tow, Mr. and Mrs. Porter, Mr.
and Mrs. Chet Fraser, Mr. and
Mrs.'S. P. Kimball, Mr. and Mrs.
Christian Lechele. Mr. and Mrs.
"William Watson and daughter
Charity, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Johnston. Walter Low and son
report nice fishing in the Silets
riTar. retnrnlna- wi" V .. 35-pound
chlnook salmon ft piece. George
Drager landed a SO pounder after
a halt hour's tight, he says.
Card of Thanks We wish to
thank our friends for their sym
pathy expressed daring the illness
and death of oar beloTed husband,
con and brother, and especially
do we thank the employes ot the
Iassaul BuHdlaar ; iter-
mlts were issued Monday to the
following: Mrs. Walter JOrk. re
pair dwelling at 1810 South High
street, 848; Mrs. A. O. Condlt, re
roof dwelling 858 Oak street. 140;
Mrs. Otto Headrlck. reroof dwelt
leave for Canm MrtL nica.1 lag at 1701 South Commercial
heth Gallaher. Eileen Moore. Dor- street, $14t; Frank Davis, alUr
othy Hutchason, J. W. Moore and -Ulng 440 North llrd street.
Mrs. Kelly the latter camp cook, 5I - H- Strand, alter dwell
left last night for Camp Santaly atHO Strand, $10.
to open the cam for tho' IT Girl ."-- .
Reserves who win leave early this mit pmi tZTJ WZ vwb wab.
morning for the grounds. Three Er ;JLMB!2WB11 J.mr So- Hare you erer wandered down
advisers, Doris Clarke. Deeaa Hart Y d, N?rm&n tbo tailor shop of John Sun-
and Rosalind Van Winkle. wIUm- Wlnatew will leave early Satur. din Oast name pronounced Sun-
eompany the girta who go un this 1 7 T enppues ana qupmeat i U) and stopped to gaae wptra
morula. The camp U llor Me-V.',et p e5.f t-0ew,2fW ,0If tB adm,r ta blfully tarred
nama, and the girl who i
ing the trio thla lime an
school age. They win stay one p negmning J aly If. The road I dim tan tire Chinese hoy astride Its
i ..v - 3 7 I lata the earns site Is belnr rasair-J vvt t i hM -.,
ed thfc week, officials at ths T ing been borrowed by a Portland
' We take this means to express rt?ort- i man for a short while and many
our sincere thanks .to all our EmDlormmt BmoW Three are the inqjitrfee received by Mr.
Shaw friends, who so kindly as- hundred andnetfseven men re- svuadjtt t0 happened to
slsted us at the time of our fire, riatered for work at the federal th .eow-
July Ird. Mr.' and Mrs. E. WT Sployent offlS here? with 27 j f 5! ? ST
BrownelL - ....w m however, 'but a boat Mr. Sundln,
I cording- to the weekly report of j aM lma gray Hatred man who
Sim Phillips, secretary. Calls for I for 9 T Id"
LITTLE GRAY-HAIRED MAN . r
rfliiS ; HAD HIS PART AS HE
KEPT SALEM-WELL DRESSED
Locations Frequently Changed in Salem for
John Sundin, LongTime Tailor
intmff oi rextDOOKs c
Statavored inep -:
But Advance Cost Is High.
Vinfnm aaif rtcukMasirv 1ft rs a
Staff Checks Equipment in production of textbooks for the
scnoois oi vregon, wouia cose p-
Produeers Caunery. Mrs. WUUam of Portland Monday recelred tie hai inmhra4 eta Rirtw
Rickmaa and family. contract for erecting a cottage for women recelred lobs through the r f St,em oJtT nl
v ' "m wl asaiaUnt superintendent of 1 bureau, with 81 regtetering nd 1 - ...
PacklDa- Chrlea Claude Me- 1 the easteni-Oresoa state hoapltal-l st ealU for halo eomlna li. 1 H ora 00 years ago la a
Xenney of the Salem Fuel com-1 at pendieon. HU bid was 94998.1 ; . ' v , smau tuning and trading center
pany has a crew oi aooui so peopie i There was one other bidder. W. I Um onoemaker to speak n nonnern coast oi sweaen.
workinc now packing Bings and I c. Knichton of Portland fa tha ar- Miss Gertrude1 Shoemaker. : mis- His grandfather was a tailor", as
chltect. : The eontrget was award- J aionary on- home on rurloogn from I was nis ratner, ana nis two un
ed by the state board of controL tB African" fields win be the teles-so it was tod be expected that
Isaest speaaer i . ue meeung pi i us auvum do iBr, ana m iau
the Woman's Missionary society 1 or he-became, starting his chosen
the, deal, his only complaint being I Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Ahalt, dangh-1 at the First Christian church Wed.-1 profession at the age of 15 and
that he Is not recerring enougn I ter Mtos Tirglala and grand-1 neaaay azternoon. Tne meeting i cuniiuin5 mr iara years as an
cherries. He is shipping them out daughter Nita returned Sunday 1WU Uxt l : eoek. jui i ppreni wooui pay.
u&jcr i-pfrirpration tn eastern nit-ht from a threiMlav atav at Lwno are interested are innted. uuxw io Bwiem in 'io
Pts. Breltenbush, They report, many w LJ.. iLZTZ i.IllS-" ?I
unoroTementa no tnero. th new i . . - : i r t r
TjmherU at his slant at 899
5outk High. Thm U the first
year he has peeked black cnernes,
but so far he is well satisfied with
Lambert cherries wanted, swimming nool and dance hall . r15" nurso as xne ror four years he plied his trade
ruada McKenney. HIeh and MiU were sm for tha first time on th aconess nospiiai ano miss myr i there and then came west to Eu
atreet. Call 1804.
.Goes to Seattle Miss Edith
tie Porter, in nurses' training I reka. Calif:, and in 1910 to Sa-
inere. iert Monday "morning with I lam where he has been since,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Funk of West Sa-1 His first loeatloa was on Court
.Caoes to Beatue miss isauo I Oreran Humane soeietr wants a I . . ' ' ,uu " ww a-1 u nrw locanon was on court
Scaryrer left Saturday for Seat-UomVfor an 8 monthi Told lice i8m 4,or or Jtalcat1 "et to oW 0 BW
uewnere ine u luperruui rn tw unriinn ibia i w iinav uvwui uu urn uw umi n
earaens which will come under! nrosc ox tne time at Daimeney, imored 10 times each time to al-
h .lssseetioK of the Garden eiua iu.t v r . . v - 1 w ror s new eunding to go up
mntu now ma is located at the
corner of Ferry and South Ub-
meetiBg in SentUenrUl be a pro- accident which occurred Monday i 777'.. Vc- building "that won't
.( t 1 a At. vi. I eon down.1
iwT "w uwiuai w appointment of a smardlaA far l tl -V . . . . ,
ma :and then to Portland this report Wed with the county sher- wiltar a hmI lSr mt L 1 . .w.ht. h ben thinking as
weekend. iff. The report says a truck bear- tltlon ali.. ii 1 '"TiwV-.an?
.t sTeee VkI . l u "., I w m" appear-
" amco aax make erery man look
laaprevimg Rood Coastractlon j damaging Scott's car and forced
wn ana unprwTeiueBM va tu i aim from the road.
Crooked Fincer market toad and
the. road in district No. 12 from 1 Want used furniture. Tel. 811
t iiax ( run hodut. noma zri- i .
the past few nights. Many camp-
. . - . i aeiv tvim aw tna nw wfxu ua a u
vel , being spread now. it wiu '"" " T lvi era pitched their tents on the
he about n month before work on - f?--- "r."' i cams rrounds last nlrhf
atrtih la con. liwe oi siayxun: aaa nuiwoi u.
, correy, ivze tus roaa, saiem, ana
FOSTER DECIDES HE
UKES WEST BETTER
Veda It. Johnson of
Dollar dinner erery night 8:48 1 street.
Hare Accident Cars driven by
448 Union rred W. Lange. 889 South Com
- m m . . - i vii x wim.m, kVHuuvu at wut .... . mi....
Vkit at Lacomb For the first nouneements haTe been recelred tC7 .?LQ!!I' rankle Foster, lieutenant of the
time in 24 years. Mr. and Mrs. br friends here of the approach- iTV """" w Bugs Moran gang, today made a
Jaaeph Banner risited Sunday at Jinx marriage of Anna Bice, for-1 1 hurried and successful effort to
Ijccuab, in Linn county. They hot a merly et the Shaw district and Sewing dub to Meet The sew-1 remia ttmporariry in the Los An
tanrit school there for three years now of Burbank. Calif., to John I in oinh r th. n w a i I geles county Jail.
a Quarter ot a century ago, and 1 Coleman of Los Angeles. The all day today with Mrs. Gertrude I 7116 dapper little gangster, ln-
iiad not been back uoui weir ceremonT will occur July 14. Waikar. iais North flnm mar dieted in Chicago for the slaying
vfcit Sunday, which he said was GuesU are asked to bring Uble If . newspaper reporter. Alfred
Qiotenjoyable. Benner reports the Cray Retwrms Robert D. Gray, .i-ric. and a not luck; luncheon I Llngle. cot ont writ ot habeas
ounsry there has made mncn local real estate man. returned wllj tn, oraer at noon. I corpus against Sheriff WlUlam
priasress, especially in road work Sunday night from White Salmon, . Traeger Justus Chlcsgo detectlres
and Strawberry growing. I wasiu, where e spent tne taree- j win Return 80am Mrs.1 Batty 1 completed preparations to take
m . . I day holiday. Mrs. uray and tneir. 1 Cooper, wife of the" city sanitary 1 him east.
V ILamette uniTerslty protessors thera remaining ; for n here late this week, from Bock- morrow, at least, when hearing
have been Invited to tet u 1' U.v l.w. wk.. .. v. l.m k.
, - . . 1 wwae, wo w I e e mj , nu4 apaaw anen vuua u fass 1 win W aav4avo
to.ttttita 4aa, Ka Isaulif Ont I . &aTM TJLI m afAW I " " T r ' I . ,
?OJlS10 UMMb V . wrw aavaw 1 V&eTVo AWCraA msjajs.sai mv itti St WIS) j
ar Ma. A A. M A 1. 4 4 aoa 1 t .a . a. m. a. ! . . . I m a . a . a,
r ue lut. aukuii uj ii. luuon i tteiu. counir truant oiiicer. w Haies uonnrmea uraer naai.t. v. t a
. . . . . . v i .i . . . - imug iuq Aiucm iiu. nil
ac ar j. t. mauaews, jwt.i. pack at her desk in the county been made confirming gale of real i ..!.:
t-. . T- n T T7av I . ,. ., ..I - I . . . . ... I "- , linUUII WCK
v. ai.criuic-1., ""r1"001 supennienaeni. a on we yea- property in tne estate ot Mary c confident the writ could nroride
veaaer. max. e. and Aiaa r a-1 onl . tmTorr ,nd nmm
gan purcnasen tne property tor aed Foster wonld be on hla war
east sometime tomorrow.
ITALY SETS FORTH
t. r. S. B. Laughlln and Forrest terday after spending several
v. Caw. but only the first two days vacation with - her son-ln-
v u be able to accept. , I law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs
Marine Vlshlng Here-Wilford Joan . Bagley. Jr
Koel Is on a furlough from serr-I Rtnrnlmr Home Mrs. J. W.
ic- in the Marine corps and Is vis- I Hammond' of San Francisco, who night on vacation visit to Iowa
i ir.c his parents who reside at I has snent the naat fonr davs here ritr. Inwi Sh. wtii -rllt nla.
517 North Front. Be is stationed Uisiting her sister. Miss Zelle Ru- tires in Los Angeles before she
w m m w t VSa. I ... . ..... I .
on uie u. a. b. meuco wiuco u i Dle wlu leare tnis morning tor I returns
ii jw near Bremerton. Noel en-I her home. Mrs. Clifford Taylor
listed from here In January, 1929, of r,, Angeles Is with Mrs. Ham-
au aei ucan iu duuui v i uiozici ina win miso leaTo loaaje
njrtoi And In Kew York since Join- 1
7 I cf w ar t n o.lt
ie?lCecorp.. .. . i.r "w "T V7.io ROME; July 7 (A) -Italy
xonlrf.tRer.lar r;. v.,, w . .t.V .r Kin ' "w today made known to France die
reefing of the Salem school board nectlorf wMch nU gBjt agaiagt - . . Jli XtLStA
. .i.nV I. .i.hMlti11 a Mtnaider n n v. , ..I Granted Permit Permit to I conditions UDOn Which she WOUld
- rmiiint mr. Whether Uk. .t.v I hsal loss on the SUverton-Wood- e wlUIng to enter Into discus-
. - . . l v v vwuuij vie yvuuiu simws v i . . ... . .
cr cot the McKlnley-Llncoln cre tn ease. burn road and the Ablqua-Jack's
a snol princlpalshlp matter will bridge road was granted' Monday
It eettled is not known. There I Sale Confirmed Sale of real to F. A. Bobbins.
Leaves For Iowa Alice H. ;
Bell. 100 West .LeFelle. left last
Drunk Releaaed I. F. Cook
charged with being intoxicated on
public highway, Sunday night.
waa released from the city jail
Preparation for First
Period; July 16 Date.
more of a man as he said? Well
yon may Je surprised. In between
the stitches . he has visualized
in., i... . vi Bob Boardman and J. Burton
n.M.m t,niM.r. n. .. . .t. Crary have been busy for the past
eat clothesline whieh Is being tw0. d'. 5 .."X?
used to Ot thd needs of modern l?BVJ5M ,tSZ
aaartmanta and the anall anaael. M, C A. boys CamptO begin
thev renresent. Another Is an snvr Oceanside July 10
danal troa of nresKnr board 1 Registration lor tne nrst camp
which has been patented and rep- J session is full, with something over
resents several practical improve- 50 names en the list. Several boys
meats. There are more; There from corvauis ana tne leaaera ww
nrarea what has baen votnr in I bring the numner to aoout , oi
with the stitches and why it is clals at the T said Thursday.
tHt w. i nh . kri.i. !.. (Second camn session is still open.
to the blue eye. that any observ- bt only a few boys can be admlt
er might have thourht had lust ted tor the camp which begins
haan iwiinr ma tnrlnuf. IJU1V 24
ing doth to fit all manner of He- Names of boys registered for
nrM. - i Dont camps are
tw e..t. - ..wii ..j v.. I Firat camn Allen McAllister,
I Ed Buslck. Dong Chambers, John
riria nt kru .tri. IKlttredes. Lyle Pettyjohn, Frank
on la a trained ntiru inA t.n Pettyjohn, Andrew Davis, Louis
ar itMnmi.viitt wi. I. I Bean. Bob Ewlng, Carl Berrtnger,
Lawrence Perry. Don Ewlng. La-
Roberts. Two of the boys are "me,c?m1?OT"v.,,,f
working at the traded their fa- ?BUWeL?S
ther but he say one can't tell or Gibson. Bill PhlUips. Jim Se-
about these young f oik they may uameroa
not star with the Idea of ttUoring. X" w WnTto
Tho rounff8t ion is otttl In school. S11;.?.0611, ,imml '
James Neweomo. roil uarreii.
Norvald Stenheas. Walt Leben-
good. Charles Wipers. Win Need
ham. Tom Roen, Roy Kemp, Her
bert Stiff. Jr.. Tom Gabriel, How
ard Sehon. Bill Sehon, David
Comoton. Joe Hershberger. Wil
bur Currv. Clavborne Dyer. Jr.,
Bill Collier, Ed Pomeroy, Ronald
Busby, Jom O. Sehon. Richard
Parker. Arthur Eaton. Bill Crary,
Don McMUlan. Ralph UcMiuan,
Bill Taylor, Joe Herman and Wal
low the estimated cost ot produe
tlon prepared by the committee.
. "Some opponents of state print,
ing of textbooks have stressed the
point that state production does ,
not show n Quality equal to pri-,
vate work. In fact, some ssy It '
aU bad. . - :
. "Paper used la' the Oregon .
V..V. -I. ...III. -t
equipment now in the state print- palpal criUcSu of thU
proximately 8100.000, according
to figures prepared here recently
by members of the interim com
mittee appointed by the 1929 leg
islature to conduct an investiga
tion of the proposal. This Invest
ment would be in addition to
Us estimated than an addi-1?" J ZJ&:
tlonal fund, which would be nee- u a riar. that ft dTfHt '
aaaarv to rare for all current ex- " 1 1r that makes tt oltflenlt
' - in Tab n nnnnr janri isn jaAVbaiiriAmoi i
Peirdetermining the cost of pro- JJf Wfl S! iZfiLZ
dudng textbooks in Oregon the SJfi1111 wold J"1 to
committee used a combination of n.m vv ti
tee found that the eosts f produ- f i. M.vu.
?ftalr nooperrwithThe muTt tha
Mr. Sundln Is affiliated with
the Moose lodge,
S '. "" " r ,
mi is mi
ID AUTO LICENSES
Net receipts from motor vehicle
registrations U Oregon daring "i'
law penoa ssarca l. lilt, toi , ti . x.i..
oS'.i biiitrSfnilw Revert HoIUngs'worth. and Bee
!l!1Tlf?2?2rtl0 lman HolMngsworth are registered
"1". .tlI"T-' 1 I from Corvaills.
bbui ana ma vaneas counuea. i n . im...
The apportJonmsat is baaed on U.M. wiiinMi:v t. vittrdArm
two-thirds to the state and one-1 Wchaf d judson! Maurice Mercer,
third t? the various counties, in rrank Pettyjohn. Markty Jones,
protonwa us imoBU oi noa- jj, Bean, Bob HHL Emory
-t wukim. lasu nv oeen. reenvea i Hobbs, Walter Meyers. Parker
from the counties Marion coun-CtoM Charles Ross. Jim Sehon,
ty receives 8 8.4 19 Jl. the sUUKTr-tt Clark. Phil Brownell.
getting ss.szs.cs from the county 1 Brownell. Rod Uvesley. Dick
wmcn ranas second in tne state, merca. Win Needham. Joe Devers
TOUI cask turned over to the Tom GabrieL Bob SmKh. Joe
tate treasurer during the three I Hershberger, Fred Thielsen, Jim
months period was $810,988.94. Nicholson. Clayborne Dyer, Bob
wna reruaos rrom oupueations t Pickens, Tom Pomeroy. Jack Ger
aggregatlng $1122.98. The gross fry. Robert Sehon, Bill Crary, Don
receipts were $309,841.9$. with I SiockwalL Lawrence Orwi. Ralph
sdmlalstratioa expense of $100.- Eyre, Pete Gelserand Bob French.
sts.ss. Tne net receipts oc ixos.-
998.91 permitted an apportion
ment of $89.88$ to the counties
and 9129,220.01 to the state high
There also was apportioned for
the three months period receipts
of tho motor transportation fund
amounting to $58,858. 49. Of this
amount the counties received $42
844.T7 a-d the highway depart
ment $14,214.92. Marlon eonnty
receives $2,098.41 and the state
$897.80 from this county.
AWAITED III IlM
U om consideration of placing I property In tho Roberta addition
a nrincipaUhlp in eaeh ot the for $2,000 to Verne F. and imcnie
slons ot a "United States of Eur
ope" in reply to the recent mem
orandum of Aristide Briand,
French foreign minister.
Other conditions were nnfold-
C. Compton hss been confirmed
Speeder Fined! Speeding oh a
citv street cost George H. Sraal- ed by the formal note sent by the
h th. nrobat iniira Tbo nroner. ley $5 when he appeared In police Italian foreign office.
Capacity Increased The eapa- ty belonged to the estate of Mary conrt to answer the charge Mon- CooperaUon as members of a
rtry. of the heattntf plant at Wll- j Ellen Brewer. "y. j union but not of a unity with the
tte university has been dou- . A ... . aosoiute luaepenaenee oi ii par-
(We4 with the Installation ot al May Change Ifame APPlica-1 ' I tldpants; the participation ot
boiler la the central heating uon of Waiter Grant Baser ana ""5" -nw "nssia ana Turgey ana rejection
t in the gymnaaium. Build- I his wife. Margaret Anne Baker, returned from a trip to Yellow- of a combination ot such a fed-
to change their names to Zero Po- 1 ivu i erauon ror security witnoat ois-
lalre and Margaret Anne Polalre tm.u. wtM.PMr. n wi. armament, summed up the Ital
was allowed Saturday by the pro- terman was fined $S In police Ja riwpolt as expressed
Date juage. court Monday for discharging a
Return From TatahUl Ser- wlthJ ttt clt'
m-rmet. and F. Blevtn, 2980 Mar- geaat and Mrs. Mack Sherman re- Forfeits Ban Bill Hansen.
k-t street, collided at the Inter- turned Monday from a four-days' charged with being drunk, failed
MTDon oi senior ana man ureew inp io poinia in xaouuu couniy, ito -n.ar in oouce court Monday
oars cerved br the eyatem are
t-ewsanae ball. Waller hall, Eat
a tall, and the gymnasium.
Cars la Accident Cars driven
ity Vic Sherman, - 410 Academy
three principles enunciated.
Moaday. a report tiled with local where they 'visited relatives. He
police shows. is la charge of the marine corps
...... . ... . recruiting station here.
- mill In Probate The will of
Martha E. Myers has been admit- More Nominated Additional
t 'A to probate and her sister and I delegates to the state convention
brother, L. May Jory and John W. of the American Legion will bo
and forfeited $10 ball.
Will Plan Park
Logsdon Dies at
While on Visit
BOMBAY. India, July Tr (AP)
I The forces ot civil disobedience
today were held In abeyance
throughout India while the last
sessions of the Indian legislative
assembly was held at Simla, and.
a statement from Viceroy Lora
Irwin on the Simon commission
report and the impending round
table conference was awaited.
Hindu leaders expressed no op
timism concerning the nature o
the forthcoming- statement. The
London Daily Herald eorrespon
NEW YORK, July T. (AP) dent a noted moderates as saying
August Heckscher, 81 year old they feared the statement merely
multi-millionaire philanthropist, would reiterate a policy of repres-
waa in the Adirondack today art-1 B0a and pursuit of conn dilation.
er a aulet wedding Wednesday. i An atmosDhere of nolltlcal mis
The bride was Mrs. v Irglnla I trust prevaded the assembly, the
Henry curtiss, s. wiaow oi isa- correspondent reported, adding
win Burr Curtiss; late head -of A. the general Increase of repressive
G. Spaulding Sporting Goods Co. measure had Increased hostility
She was a close friend of Heck- toward Great Britain.
chera first wife, who died inl Only one minor disturbance in
1924. and long has been Interest-1 terrunted the tranquility of Bom-
ed In many of the same philan-1 bay, when alx persons were ar-
tnroples as the banker and realty i rested for aiding violation of tne
man. aatl-tlcketlng ordinance.
They obtained a license at
Peeksklil, N. x., and were mar- rji J D..
ried at the Methodist . Episcopal iLigg 2i7U DUZZeT
C II 1 rc O at vnVB-uu-nuugvu.
They left at once to motor through
Heckscher has given many mil
lions to charity, his two principal
philanthropic Interests being
child welfare and elimination of
slums. He was a principal patron
of tho aoclety for the prevention
of cruelty for cnlldren but oiaa
greed with the society's executives I change,
about methods ot management.
Later Be endowed the Heckscher I t- TJf
foundation which cares for 800 KctVIlOr in jail
a. x n..l..Lltl .J I " - .
cauaren. at refui, iuu kits
Jorr. named Joint executors. O.
D. Xeedham, L. H. McMahan and
J. D. Alexander are appraisers.
hVpartment Called ' Ont Fire
en the root of the R. S. Corbin
nominated at the meeting of Cap
ital Post No. 9 tonight. The con
vention will be held at Baker be
ginning August 14.
Return From Coast Ruth
residence at 1182 Center street I Skinner, Donna Harlan, Bunny
was extinguished Monday noon
b.- the fire department. Small
d image was done to tho roof.
Petition Guanted Petition of
Eva .M. Greenbaum, executrix of
the estate of Isadora Greenbaum.
Miller and Audrey Reynolds com-
: posed a party of Salem girls who
spent the week end at Rockaway.
They returned Sunday evening.
Mrs. Mason Home Friends of
Mrs. A. L. Mason will bo glad to
Stamper Logsdon, who came
here to visit his daughter, Mrs.
r Trr it YTT 11 I Nellie E. Hammer on route m.
in Walla fVallal&ted. there Sunday evening after
a short Illness. He was 89 years
Besides his widow and daugh
ter. Mrs. Hammer, he leaves four
children. Myrtle Oien, Maysville,
N. D.; L Alpha, Grandin. N. D.;
E. Grace Johnston, Hills boro, N.
D., and Mary R. MeElroy, Salem.
Funeral services will be held
from the W. T. Rlgdon and Son
' Miss Elisabeth Lord and Miss
Adlth Schryver returned Wednes
day from two weeks spent In busi
ness and pleasure during which
time visits were made In Seattle,
Victoria. B. C and through the
Snoqualmie Pass to Walla Walla,
Washington, where they spent a
weea. i.t.an.t t.i... .ii.am
miam wira ana m n'oiw.v ritK Hn.h vs. WatiV
enuvav va o. -a wtaiarvu w om ww as .w w ,
t subscribe to certain atoek, baa hear that she la homo from tho I nTe iUBl v y'V. i.V I of tho Jason Lee Memorial
b'en granted by the probate hospital and Is slowly recovering waereny xuey , ,u " I church officiating. Interment will
j idte. rrom a major operation to wmcn , f , 1 v. v 7 I a I be m tne city view cemetery.
(she recently submitted. M"wf wu" "
Files CompUtne Denis T.J . " , - from the old pioneer cemetery
Griffin has filed complaint. Go to Eastern Oregon - J. H. which lies In the heart of Wall
against Thos. Larkin and others Callaghan and K. J. Peters who Walla. Several gardens in Walla
seeking foreclosure to .satisfy I are employed in the local office ot I Walla are to bb landscaped by
Belcrest Memorial. park, iert on i miss Lord and uus senryver
Monday for a trip through een-J while ther are. working -oa the
tral and easfbrn Oregon. park. . . , ,
- i Coming back from Walla Waim
UMeet P tpad The nut pro- the travelera took the John Day
decern' meeting, scheduled torfhlrhwav and the ratnraed to
.Shades at Beavertoa Mr. and
"Mrs, H. E. Shade and two sons
wre in Beaverton yesterdajTon a
Ivan White Has
Ivan Whiter, son'of Dr. and Mrs.
B. M. White, has received a jtsach-
Ulo Merrill, who Is attending sum- IJSSSS! ' W' ' ?MiStS'lii
tnr conl lm rarrallla anaat tho " '- . " ' - - ' V: rr sltyOt WsahlngtOn and wnHeave
iLil'l'r ,-2-, -fc. CTARWm HAKOTKB WDtS hero about September 1 8. Four
wcavuu wilu iiiBuna hcibl - a
denartment Mondav extlunished " -a". 'rr.lr' sucn nonori are given eaca year
Visit Parents Mr. and Mrs. . si-n . 1 r vfi. I The rainy day eonsoudation l by the department.
J. B. Hewitt and tomUy spent the j Front street before any damage tor T6' ld" feature grand I - For several years WhlU ;hhi
Hewitt's parents reside. i . f , , a "Uroa- oy vainou ; nuvrar in.; u sua aiier nis araaaa-
- i ; neens juagment - yacn rou! irom tne -iommy-sejry aiauie luiiioa irom vvuiameue vniversuy
mosquitoes Get ou More on I mader has filed motion for Order I straight heats, in 2:11 and i: 11 1 he became boyr work aecretary.
was poured on moaquito swamps seeking -! Judgment on default 1 2-8 - today. Charlotte Hanorer JSinco graduation he has been aa
ta the city yesterday afumoon by greunda In hla case against Harry I was third In tho mala' dirfslon of I slstant In the department ot pollt-
sauttary inspector Batty Cooper. IE. Joy. : Ithe sUke last week. . ; ? : - i Ileal science at Wlliamettei.
lowanee for the human element
in estimating labor "costs.
In determining labor costs,
read a tentative report prepared
by a member of the committee.
wo used a slightly higher figure
than is now used in the Oregon
printing plant. The latter rate Is
based upon a condition in the
plant that makes it necessary to
books ts surpassed by no paper
Used in any. textbooks. This paper
could of course be available for
use in Oregon.'
West Not Lacking
la Skilled Printers
"Lest some people gat the Idea
that all the skill In printing
confined to those engaged in the
Industry in the east and middle
west, let It be known that In San
keep on the pajroll. for a part of S!"' ..V. w" t?" ta,
the time, more help than Is ae- Naah who irZS
tnaiiw iwiHiri A .. n-fa- I HenrT itasb, who is reeognisod
hand. This condition is due to the
irregular flow of work.
Efficiency of State
Float to be Aided
"The work tt printing text
by printers and artists all orar
the world as the leader of them
"School books get hard usage,
and the first place a book shown
weakness Is in the blading. In
wi dp in coin
books could be so organised that thiTresoect bkaVodaS'
it welr fill to the gap between JSl W-H-CSSS!4 I
legislative sessions, and keep a thrwestern ilni "T ctTZZ
fairly even flow of work through IL ilWmt.5ff 2a
the plant, thus materially redo- m.?"!",!
clng the idle time In the plant, 22." tW method feaeraUf
with a consequent reduction be- w ,v.
v araan ea a,av wuviej il- IT;
there Is no question bat that the '
textbooks can he printed by tho
state at a substantial saving, and
also keep a large part of the re
maining cost In tho state for la
bor and material. The only point
to be eettled la whether or not
those books published by flrmo
that refuse to lease texts for state
printing are absolutely necessary
tO tho mn4lt f a an.aa.l
Arguments In the suit brought I school mttm
by Viola Wilson against Roy Sol- "in other words, can wo net
am opened the July term ef elr- J choose from the list of books
cult court yesterday morning. I avaiiabU for nni.. .
m. ru . .i w I . . . ...vwm
wu twuuoui lurougu i texta oc equivalent valuer"
pari vi toaay. ino auit u a aam-
age action, based on a collision ot
Mrs. Wilson's automobile with
horse owned by Solum. She seeks
88460 as result of injuries sus
tained in the accident, which oe-
iiphiI laat SantkatK.
Mrs wiiaMn Aiuta i... ..r i atecsaew 1
and tho horse collided on a dark I Bear tnis city July 8.
PORTLAND, Ore., July 7
(AP)-r-Egg and butter prices
held fairly steady orer the week
end. Supply and demand were
well taken care of by storage.
The fruit and vegetable mar-
kets were without material
night, the horse straying onto the If?"1 Btuf. Daughter of
surerton-seotts MUU road, sol- "r awia u. necuey.
um admiU that the horse was out 1 w. sister of Dorothy,
of bounds, but says the plaintiff I Helom and Hulda; BTanddaaighter
was driving at reckless speed and il w. jseckiey and Mrs,
without proper lights, and that - numpnrey, ail et Salem. Fu
the accident was due to her neg- Beral annonncementl later by W.
ligeace. -v. IT. Rlgdon and Son imortuary.
Mra. Wilson, who Urea In SB-.
verton, says sho suffered severe! Ioesdod
Injuries, Including gash on knee1 D'ed at the home pf hla daslgh-
gasn on hip. and a blow In the er on route , I. July 8. Stamper
Logsdon, 89. Survived by widow.
Elisabeth O children, Mrs. Nellie
E. Hammer of route 8. Salem;
Mary R. MeElroy of Salem; Myrtlo
Olen of Mayvllle. N. D.; X. Alpha
of Grandin, N. D.; E. Grace John
ston of Hillsboro, N. D. Funeral
services Tuesday at 1:10 o'clock
from tho W. T. Rlgdon mortuary.
Rev. Hugh E. Fouke, Jr officiat
ing. Interment Cityview cemetery.
LOS ANRELES. f!lif. Jn1 T
board tonight recommended to DIe4 nwr thla dtT JT Nor-
Gov. C. C. Young against the mn Allnort, 81. Son of Thonv-
pardon of Thomas J. Mooney, Allport; husband of Mrs, An-
convlcted ot murder' In connee- gn,t c- father of Mrs. Alice SaV
tion with the 1918 prepardness age 01 Salt Lake City; Mrs. Doev-
day bombing In San Francisco. 114 U Florence. Emu. Ca'A.
Governor Young, after the Thomas. Donald, Norman and,
state supremo court last week Lawrence), 'all of Salem. 7J Funeral
failed to recommend a pardon for serT,cs Tuesday at 8 o'clock from
Warren $. Billings, serving n the W. T. Rlgden and Son merft-
Hfe term in Folsom penitentiary ftrr ReT- H- C. Stover offlclatlag.
for tne oombing, called the par-1 niBrmeni itewreu Memorial
"eTi Tward to consider the caseot I PrK
-dooney, who Is serving a life
term la San Queatia prison.
He Indicated ho would return
hla final decision in Mooaeys
case tomorrow morning.
other child welfare On Old Charge
eiRL KILLED U
10 US COLLIDE
W. H. Ramor Jr.. was yester
day committed to the eouhty Jail
to await trial following a hearing
In Justice court yesterday on a
non-support charge Raynor was
in county Jail here two or three
weeks ago on the same charge,
but was released.
Salman errs from tho Atlantic
Eva Louise Beckley.was killed are being transplanted la Pacific
waters at an experiment off California.
almost Instantly; her father E. O.
Beckley suffered a badly man
gled hand, and the mother and
three sisters escaped Injury when
the ear In which they were riding
collided head-on with one driven
by Frank Kaylor Sunday night.
The accident happened 'about
four Mnltes south of Salem on the
The Beckley car was follow
ing a stage southward while Kay
lor came from the opposite direc
tion. As he passed the stags. his
car 18 believed to have struck
loose gravel, a&d In attempting to
bring It back on the highway he
swerved toward the other ma-
chlae. Kaylor escaped uninjured.
Ths i; 17-year-old girt was rid
ing In the roar., seat with three
sisters, Dorothy, Helen and Hul
da when the accident occurred.
Investigation revealed n : frac
tured akuH and severe eats about
: An leanest will probably be
held, today, or tomorrow,
The Best Preparation of
ite Kind, the
. COMPLEXION X
Softens and Whitens the Skin,
Removes Freckles and Tan,
MANUFACTURED BT 7'
The Orlglaal Yellow Front ad
Cawdy Bpedal Store sat Salem
. Pnonw trr
: ' 1SS ft. Ootnsnswclal -
QaaUty . Poa Cowrie?? ;
Oty View Cemeter
EetabUsbeo! 1889 Tel. 1288
Perpetual ear provided for
Prieea Roaaonablo -
GROWTH VALIDATES SLOGAN
RENO (AP) Early census
figures indicate n probable in
crease in population to 88.009
f I'llKl 1W Ida ti. . r.
vada, brlaging It closer to a lit-1 OfltttrSt lAttrtBrit'l
era! foundation for Its nonntar I llllAtllUl
siogan, -one square man to one
square mile of territory." The
state's area Is 110,690 mUeS.
A Paris Cemetery; 1
with l perpetual care
Jsst tea mlawtes from tho j
: fceart of te-rnV..
Vttteal aaatatUa ar ! at
1 DR. MftRSIUUi
v .Vacuum Cleaners
I tYarV. A4a .1 aU
3aH SlftS, Used Fwrnltwre
f ,151 H. Dlgh)
Paulus Bros: Packing Co.
Corner Trade find Hieh Streets Telephone 2183