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The CIIEGON STATESMAN, Sato, Orefrca, TTcdnesday lienor, TJeccsaber 31, 1933
Sheridan Lesion Host Prep-
' aration to welcome to Sheridan
a largo-crowd ot American Le
lion men and women Frld ay at
the annual Yamhill county - pow
' .wow' It being made In that city,
according to Ed. J. Bayllss, post
commander of the Sheridan Le
gion who spent Tuesday on busl
- v. ness In Salem, The drum - and
' hnrle corns ot Canital Post xo
9. Salem .with the American Le-
rrn auxiliary - an artel will at
tend and special music from the
Tillamook post will he siren, ah
state officers of the Lgion ana
auxiliary will be present. ne
' fitutadimant Inr1nria a barbO-
rii feed and dance. Bayllss,
i n in thn creamery bus!
, ness. was accompanied by Mrs.
Bayllss. ,They are rormer res
lents of this city. .
fftiir dinner ererr nlsht 5:45
to 8 at the Marlon hotel.
Abet WTO Vlled Estate of the
late Mary Abst la Talned at 18000.
and under terms ot her will small
'. bequests are made to a number of
raiirtnna Institutions. Bert T.
vArf TMntnr of the estate
The will proTldes that $500 shall
- go to a brother la tne east; zs
to St. Joseph's Catholic church;
950 to the St. Agnes baby home;
$25 to Sacred Heart aeademy;
. monies to Fathers Keenan, . Ser
t anil LaCrea for sarin r mass-
mm' tsA (a St. JosenVs church and
. 25 to the parish priest; and the
. balance to rer two sisters in a
lem' and Gervals. j "
rw Tear's ere matinee.'-War
nrna. Canitol-Elainore the
atres tonight. 11 till 2. Monster
stage show with Phil iampain
previews, pictures and dancing
Come along. -
Baby dojt Dies Claude Le-
land White, 'the seren-momns
old son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude
C. White, 240 Tob Hill street.
died Monday, Decemner z
White Is a Salem barber. Pu
noral services will be held Wed
KMittv -DACimber 21. at 2 p. Jin
frnm th rhanel of the ClOUgB-
Barrlck company, with Rer. W.
Earl X Cochran : officiating, inter
ment will be In Belcrest aiemor
Old time dance Chemawa, M,
W. A. hall Thursday night.
Portland Visitors Salem was
visited Mondar br Mr. and Mrs
W. A. Thompson and Mrs. Jo
seph Best, , all of Foniana, woo
had as their object to rlsit
Wiiikr Thompson, serreant of
the police. Mrs. Walter Thomp
son, confined to a local hospital
from blood poisoning. Is expect
ed to be sufficiently recovered
by the end of , the week to be
able to return to ner nome. .
Hearing 1 set Final hear-
Inr on the estate of J. J. u ton
nor has been set by the county
judge for Monday, -February 2,
at 10 a. m." Nina E. Gilbert Is
executrix of the estate, ner ; nnai
account showing that.recelpts
and disbursements balanced and
that there is on hand some real
property in the Highland . aTenue
addition to Salem.
New Tear's ere matinee, ; War
ner Bros. Cspltol-Elsinore the-
' atres tonight, 11 till 2. Monster
stage show with Phil Lampkln,
prerlews, pictures and daneing.
Come along. -
' irmnnii Tn-Julia M. Griffith.
executrix of the estate of L.. M.
Griffith, has filed her final ac
rnunt. ahoarinz cash on hand of
$207.25 after $421.57 Inheritance
tax was paid, expenses or xi7 84.33
I were paid and mo-J than $50,000
wnrth of stocks and bonds .were
- turned orer to her as chief bene
See rental list Eecke ft Hen
dricks on classified rjwje, also In
of rice window.189 N. High.
Account Allowed Final ac-
- count In the estate of Jose Ryan
: has been allowed by the county
court. Grace Ryan is admlnistra
' trix. Grace Ryan has also been
. appointed guardian of the estates
of Frederick and Harold Ryan.
t : minors. -,
Estate Worth $800 George
Brown, Charles - Hannegan and
Arthur Coffin - hare appraised
the estate of Nathaniel Brun
didge at $80Q. Cora Otto is ad
ministratrix. - Petition to sell
property belonging to the estate
has been filed with the county
" court. . ; '
-Justice Speaks to Itotarlans
The Outlook for 1931" is the
subject Chief Justice O. P. Co
show has taken for the address
he will make at the Rotary club
luncheon at noon , today.
-" Lne Estate The Frst. Na
tional bank" is named executor of
- the $7000 estate of Leo M. Lane,
- admitted to probate yesterday. Es
tella K Lane, his widow, recelrs
the estate by terms of the will.
Trial Soon Application ' has
' been made to hare on the trial
docket the case of - Charles J.
, Zersan vs. W.- P. Ladd and
others. .' . '
Case Dismissed Based on
''' stipulation, the case of Seiber-
ling Rubber ; company ti." Day
and : Niles has been dismissed
from cireuit court, r : . ,
Estate Appral! Estate of
Eric Fltxsimmons, a minor, has
been appraised at $125 by Alice
: t H. Page. Irene Roexnhildt and E.
Crawford. -w , , ; ;-
Estate Closed The estate of
' Adam Weiss has been closed.
Katherlne Weiss Is administra
trix.; - v vf;. ;
. ' 'Classes in beginning Short
hand will be started at the Cap
ital Business college next Monday
In both day and night school if
a sufficient number register. Of-
, flee open each day this week.
Call, let us arrange a course for
you. . , ,
' Judgment for Rlgdon - Judg
. ment has been Issued by Judge
McMahan in case of F. CMort
. enson ts. C W. Rigdon glring de
fendant judgment of $183.6$ on
-, t two causes. . r
' Denies Carelessness Replies
hare been filed by Harold Briggs
as administrator of the estate of
Betty G. Briggs and Herbert
Briggs as administrator of the es
tate of Lois Briggs to answer of
me soutuern pacinc in tn dam-
lr tnlt Krnn rh t fiv thft Mn
" v " 3 J O
The art Ion la nm th T.Knv nv
train crash which cost llres ot
ure Turner women. . In the re
ply, plaintiffs deny counter com
plaint eXthe railway that the wo
men were careless and negligent
ana conmouted'to cause of the
accident. ; : :
Dr. B. F. Pound. Practice lim
ited to minor oral surgery. Gas
or local for .extraction. Dental
X-ray. New location 303 First
Nat'l Bank Bldg. TeL 2040.
Attending Conference Rer.
and Mrs. C W. Hatch of the
First Church of God and Rer. J
3. Gillespie, former rastor. will
leare this morning for Portland,
wnere they win attend the annual
Northwest Ministers assembly of
the Church of God,, rn session to-
aay and, Thursday. About 100
ministers from Oregon. Washing
ton, Idaho and northern Califor
nia will attend ? the meet.' Rer.
Hatch will deliver a paper at the
Thursday afternoon session.
Mrs. Mary Gatlif f now with
Capitol Beauty Shoppe. Tel. 366.
- Leaders to Convene . Four
"T" fellows under the charge of
Fred Smith will journey . to
Bremerton this weekend to eon
rene with other gymnasium
leaders of the northwest in a
three day" affair commencing
Friday. A special feature ot .the
conrention will be the touring
of the U. 8. Sw "Lexington", air
craft carrier, as guests of the
Mrs. Lillian Zinn now at Mir
ror Beauty Shqp. Phone 184,
Balcony Gunnell and Robb.
T Educational Trips The
two T. M. C. A. educational
trips Tuesday morning accom
modated 80 boys. A picking
plant and a linen mill were rls
lted. Last night, about 45 fel
lows toured the Cherry City
Bakery companys plant. Wed
nesday, two groups ot 30 each
will tour the penitentiary lear
ing the T. M. C, A. at 9 a. m.
New Tear's re matinee. War
ner Bros. Caoitol-Elslnore the.
atres tonight. 11 till 2. Monster
stage show with, Phil Lampkln.
prerlews. pictures and dancing.
- Drunk Charges W es 1 e j
Hathaway, route 2, was arrested
early Tuesday morning and tak
en to the police : headquarters on
drunk - and disorderly, charges.
He . was . sentenced to be fined
$10 according to reports but the'
case was ' continued a week.
Hathaway left his watch for ap
pearance. Benefit Dance by the Indepen
dence Firemen -Kentl- Hall New
Tear's ere Admission 50c La
dles' free; i
Inreaticatefi Rnrriarr IVnn-
ty Sheriff Sam Burkhart was In
West Woodburn yesterday to in
vestigate a burglary reported yes
terday morning and which occur
red In a store there Monday night.
The postofflce, located in the
store building, was not touched.
but large quantities of canned
goods, clothing and tobaccos were
New Tear's eve matinee. War
ner Bros. Capitol-Elsinore the
atres tontght; 11 till 2. Monster
stage show with; Phil Lampkln,
prerlews, pictures and dancing.
In Southern .Oregon Red
Chambers Is spending the week on
a business trip to Ashland. He
will return Sunday. '
Brings on Suit
N. D. Schmaltz yesterday filed
divorce 1 complaint against Caro
line P. Schmaltz, to whom he
was married in Oregon City Feb
ruary 8, 1921. There are two
children. He alleges that she
has associated herself almost
continuously for more than a
month past with a certain wid
ower, and that she refuses to
discontinue her present conduct
and says she cares nothing for
the plaintiff. He asks care of
RAIL SERVICE CUT
Suspension of passenger service
on the Bull Run, line of the Pa
cific Northwest ! Public -Service
company; and abandonment of ap
proximately 12 milea of its rail
road between Barnes Road and
Bull Run, were authorized in an
order handed down -by the public
service commission . here yester
day. ' ; ! -
I SINGERS, PUBLIC
Throat and Lung
especially ' valuable in its
action upon the throat.
Useful In any irritation ot
the throat. . ;
Contains no narcotic drugs
or Coal Tar derivatives o
often found In ordinary cough
: - sold 'only at ' o
50c i $1.00
135 N. Coml M. Phone 107
The original yellow front can
j dy special store f Salem , ,
125 MILES IIIGM'I
sooa IIPJB BIDS
Bridges. Culverts 'Also on
i List of Awards to .be
Made in Portland '1
Bids for the construction of ap
proximately 125 miles of high
way, culverts and bridges, will be
considered by 'the state highway
commission at a meeting to be
held In Portland January 'IS
p The rarious projects, for which
bids will be opened follow: :
Jackson county Approximate
ly 10 miles of regradlng and
eight miles of resurfacing on the
Eagle Point-Trail section of the
Crater Lake highway.
Lane county Grading of 5.47
miles' of Doyle Hill-Gate Creek
section of MeKenzie highway.
Lane county Construction of
10 miles of broken stone surfac
ing' on Berry Creek-Florence sec
tion of Roosevelt coast highway.
Multnomah county Construc
tion of 32.2 miles ot non-skid
wearing surface on - bituminous
pavement on Portland-Hood Riv
er's county line section of Colum
bia Rirer highway. I
Waplnltis Road Extended !
. Wasco county Construction of
24.8 miles of broken stone and
gravel surfacing on BearSprlngs-
Maupln section of the Wapinitia
I Wasco and Sherman counties
Regradlng .and roadbed widen
ing covering 12.9 miles of The
Dalles-Biggs' section of the Co
lumbia Rirer highway.
Wasco and Sherman counties
Regradlng and roadbed widen
ing 11.9 miles of WHeox-Shanlko
section ot the Sherman highway.
Wheeler and Grant counties
Construction of 17.7 miles of
broken stone surfaclnr on Willow
Creek-Yalade ranch section of
Ochoco and John Day. highways.
Lane county Construction of
three culverts between Fish
hatchery and Vlda.on the MeKen
Lane county One concrete
arch and two concrete bridges on
the Lincoln County Line Bob
Creek section of Roosevelt Coast
Lane county Two concrete
arches and four concrete bridges
on Ten Mile Creek China Creek
section of the Roosevelt coast
Lincoln county Construction
of two concrete bridges on the
Cape Perpetua-Lane county line
section of the Roosevelt coast
To Lebanon tor
ROSEDALE. Dec 30 VT. F.
Campbell and family motored to
Lebanon, .to spend Christmas
with Mr.- Campbell's sister. They
returned Friday ,
Mr.- and 'Mrs. Herbert Bates
ate Christmas dinner with their
daughter. Mrs. Kenneth Dyer of
Ormal Trick returned to his
p.storate at Scholl, after spend
ing a few days with his parents
Misses Laura and Helen Cam-
mack went to Portland Monday,
to rislt friends, etc
Miss Helen WInslow Is visiting
friends at Toncalla.
The post holes are being dug
for the new electric line, which ts
to connect with the line near
To Want Paulson,
SILVERTON. Dec. 30. It Is
rumored at Silverton that Mark
A. Paulson, Silverton attorney
and member of the 1927 house,
is slated for a return to the leg
islature in the 1931 session to
fill one of the vacancies left by
the recent death of Dr. W. Carl
ton Smith and Lloyd Reynolds.
He is an ex-service man.
served two terms as city record
er here and Is an experienced
educator. For years he was su
perintendent of schools In ' the
Mr. Paulson has his doctor of
law degree from the Chicago
law school and his master of
arts degree - from the University
of Oregon where he majored in
- The first . thing Elmer O. Un
derwood did last night after re
turning to town from his annual
vacation ' was to look up the
city's official and minimum tem
peratures for the period he : was
Start the New Year right with an
appropriate set of records-
: ; for your business
Columnar .Books 1 Cash Books ,
Journals . Filing Systems
Ledgers ' Order Books :
ATLAS BOOK STORE
46S State St.
TiIOVEG : STORHG CRATING
Larmer Transfer &
We also handle Fuel Oil and Coal
WOMAN CEAIMS j FARM
Failure to Ffle Deed Lead to Court Procedure
Because she Is a foreigner, was
born In Russia and did not come
to this country until HOT and
Is not used to the business affairs
of life, she has almost lost real
property which she had thought
to be rightfully hers, Ida Persey
declares la suit Hied la circuit
court yesterday to recover clear
title to the property in question.
' The suit-Is brought against W.
W. McKInney and Alex 1 and
Marie Hlrsekorn. ;
' According to the complaint, the
Hirsekorns gave Ida Persey a
deed to the property, when they
went In bankruptcy in April,
1929. This she supposed ended
the matter of settlement on notes
which she held from the Hirse
korns.: After she hadbeen deeded the
property, in June, 1929, W. W.
gone. For Underwood has kept.
for his own amusement, a wea
ther diary every day for the past
40 years. He Is employed at
the state tuberculosis hospital,
and ' has spent most of a two
weeks vacation visiting rela
tives In Portland, Albany and
other valley - points. There ' was
some excitement to the latter
part of his vacation -when he re
ceived word from Salem to be
on the lookout for Carl Krum-
alck, who escaped from the- peni
tentiary here Saturday. -
MALTA FEVER CASE
RESULTS III DEATH
Dr.' Vernon A. Douglas, county
healtr officer, was la Stayton
Tuesday to investigate a death
there the previous day caused by
malta o rundulant fever. Ray F,
Newsy was the victim.
The illness. Douglas reports,
was diagnosed as malta fever br
Stayton physicians about a week
ago, and effort started to deter
mine the cause. It was traced to
a dairy herd from which Nswby
had been using milk, and In turn
the cow found which carried the
disease. The fever is transmitted
through milk of a cow with the
Disease Seldom Fatal
Malta fever, the county health
officer states, is not a very con
tagious disease, but is a most dis
agreeable one because it lingers
sometimes for months. It Is sel
dom fatal, only one death from
that disease being known in the
county orer a period of years.
There was one case last year and
eight In 1928, when there was a
flurry of the disease at one of
the state institutions.
There is small possibility that
the same source as the Kewby
case, inasmuch as the source, has
been -found and that cow segre
gated from the rest. No milk
from this herd was sold in Sa
Hoss Asks for
Following the recent fire that
destroyed the North Dakota capi
tal, together with all state rec
ords, Hal EL Hoss, secretary of
state, yesterday announced that
he would recommend to the 1931
legislature the construction of a
large fire-prof f vault In the base
ment oi tne statenouse nere.
Hoss said the existing vaults
are not fire-proof, and that a fire
similar to that in North Dakota
would cost the taxpayers of Ore
gon hundreds of thousands of dol
lars In replacing state records.
Watch Night to
Be Occasion for
A watch night service Is to be
held at the church of the Naz
arene tonight from S to 12:00
o'clock. Dr. J. E. Bates ot Port
land, district superintendent for
the denomination in western Ore
gon and Washington is to give
the main address at 11 p. m.
A number of musical features
have been arranged including a
chorus choir selection "And
There Were Shepherds" by Ira
Wilson. This was given for the
Christmas program and Is being
Dr. Chan Xaa ChV
mw IMidMi 180
H. Commercial St
Salem. Office scan
erery Soaaay S:S0
te 5:30 9-M. taring
the months if Dw.
ud turn. ,
; ' - ' Telephone 40
Wood and Steel :
McKInney secured judgment
against the Hirsekorns and re
ceived a deed to the land on sher
iffs sale en foreclosure in connec
tion with the Judgment.
. It was not until October IS,
1119, that Ida Persey knew Mc
KInney considered himself own
er ot the property, the complaint
S6050 Due oa Kotee
Plaintiff asks that the court de
clare there Is due her on promis
sory notes given by the Hirse
korns $6050; that the quit claim
deed given McKInney be cancell
ed and the plaintiff's mortgages
be reinstated and - her hold
against the property be declared
a first Hen. Then she-asks fore
closure and that money so obtain
ed be applied first to settlement
of her lien.
repeated by request. John Frie
sen directs the choir and Miss
Then Sampson will sing the con
tralto solo part The program is
to include several short address
es and other interesting features.
All the members and friends of
the church are Invited.
Plan Services on
New Year's Night
The passing of the old ' year
and the ushering In ot the new
will be appropriately observed at
the Free Methodist church. Mar
ket and North Winter streets, by
watch night services tonight, com
mencing at 8:J0 o'clock.
Rer. M. C Clarke. Emory
Goode and Mr. Jackson will each
give a short address, and oppor
tunity will also be given for per
sonal testimony. Several special
song numbers will be offered, in
cluding a male quartet and "old
time songs by old time people,
by Mr. and Mrs. George Patter
Ellsworth E. Dent died at the
residence at Jefferson, route 1,
Dec. 29, aged 8 years, husband
ot Jessie; father of Mrs. Ray
mond Daniels of Medford. Ruth
of Medical Lake, Wash., Wilbur
of Snake River, Wash., Ralph oi
Jefferson: brother of Albert ot
Seattle, Wash., and Mrs. Mattle
Waynlck of California. Funeral
serrlces Wednesday, December
21, at 1:30 p. m. from the cha
pel of W. T. Rigdon and Son,
Rer. 8. Darlow -Johnson offi
ciating, interment City View
Claude Leland White died at
the residence, 2409 Nob Hill
street. . December 29, aged seren
months; son of Mr. and Mrs.
Claude C. White of Salem. Fu
neral services Wednesday, De
cember 31, at 2 p. m. from the
chapel of the Clough-Barrick
company, Rer. W. Earl Cochran
officiating. Interment Belcrest
W. Murray McMillen, infant
sonof Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mc
Millen of 1946 North Commer
cial street, died at a local hospi
tal, December 30. Funeral an
nouncements later by the
Ray Fisher Newby died at
Stayton, aged 26 years. Funeral
services Wednesday, December
31, at 8 p. m. from the chapel of
W. T. Rigdon and Son, Rev.
George H. Swift officiating. In
terment City View cemetery.
- City View Cemetery
Established 1893 Tel. 1206
Perpetual care provided for
A Park Cemetery
with perpetual care
Just ten minutes from the
heart of town ,
JL rtnrsxix. nrnscToms
Oar Sorfleo la T
Ov rrlcs An
Oar Homo to Xooora
rbenes 120 Church at Ferry St;
Oil 2193. Used Furniture
131 S. High
1IL'; liWJ TO
Paramount Star Midnight
Matinees Both at Cap
. . ' Itot, Elsinore
Phil" Lampkln will act as mas
ter ot ceremonies at Warner's Kl
slnore and Capitol theatres for the
special New Tear's eve special
v "Phil" has been connected with
the Portland paramount theatre
as master of ceremonies for the
past year, and special arrange
ments were made Monday to bring
Mr. Lampkln to Salem to stage
the New Year's eve matinee. The
same stage attraction win be used
at both theatres as the time ot the
shows are not the same. At the
Capitol the stage show will start
at 11 o'clock and at 12 the pre
view of Al Jolson in "Big Boy."
When 1 o'clock comes everyone
can dance and make whoopee un
til the wee small hours. By com
bining the Elsinore and Capitol
stage shows the management en
ables Salem theatre patrons to
have much better, attractions.
At the Elsinore they will offer
at 11 o'clock the preview ot the
New Tear's ' program, : entitled
Truth About Touth, starring
Lorretta Toung; at 12 o'clock the
stage show will be on with Phil
Lampkln as master of ceremonies,
and at 1 o'clock everyone can fin
ish up the evening by dancing in
the spacious foyer, with the El
- Managers Archie Holt and Vern
Mclntyre have spared no expense
in presenting this New TeoVs at
traction, and it will far excel any
other New Tear's frolic.
Now Shining in
AURORA, Dec. 30 The Aur
ora, grade school building Is no
longer in darkness. It has been
available only for day time use,
since its erection in 1913.
There is no auditorium In the
building, but when the new gym
naslum. was built last year. It
was necessary to have It properly
lighted for evening entertain
ments and games.
As the school building was
wired at the time ot Its erection,
the school board at a regular
meeting December 1 6 decided to
connect the school building with
the main line.
The fixtures have been placed,
and the building is now ready for
any occasion. .
At Party Given
By Miss Pearce
ZENA, Dec 30. Barbara and
Donald Scott, Alice and Wilma
Crawford, of Zena, and Gladys
Crawford and Marjorle Mat
thews of Spring Valley, piano
students of Miss Dorothy Pearce,
were guests at a party given at
her studio in the Chambers
building in Salem Saturday.
Mrs. Clarence F. Merrick and
two children, Audrey and Ches
ter, returned to their home at
Zena Saturday. They hare been
visitors at the homes of Mr. and
Mrs. T. L. Burbee and Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Mauser of Portland
Beauty Maid Shoppe
All types of Beauty Work
Finger Waves SOc
Facials and Scalp Treatments
Guarantee to Grow Hair
Over Steusl6ft Market
by NIGHT to SPOKANE
and the EAST
NORTH COAST LIMITED
Loaro Portland 9'J p. m.
ArrNo Spokano 7:13 a. bu
Unusual features observation
lounge car. with barber, valet,
maid, bath, radio, cards, fountain,
cigars, cigarettes magazines, news
papers. Latest pattern sleeping
cars and modern coaches. Ease in
train movement on track of won
derful frade and curves.
COLUMBIA RIVER EXPRESS
Loaro rertlmad SOS a. aa. Arrlvo Spekao
7J5 p. om. Olnoi lad yrtocon dlnlnt cat
aorvlco aa4 coachoa. FMoraM of Caofadt
aaaeo, ColaeaMa a4 Saoko Wror otwry.
LOW WEEK-END and 30-DAY
- ROUND TRIPS
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Spnlroo ; 3S.M 24-M
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tOa sale Dafly. lS-day llarit.
' nutora limit Teooday.
fJcfcoco oa oalo Wiaay, Sator-
ay, Swoooy. Uarit, Monday.
So-day tickets oa oalo 4att. SS-day rotera
Hade. , , '
Fboao 737 ' '
. e. T. nonxnTS.
Oty Pair, aad Ticket Aiat
" LOU F. KNOWLTON, Goaoral Ageat '
sine Christmas day. Mrs. Bur-
bee and Mrs. Mauser are sisters
of Mrs. Merrick. The trip home
was made in Mrs. Burbee's car,
Mrs. Burbee returning to Port
land the same day.
Labor Denies it
Has Put Seal on
There Is nothing to reports
carried in the afternoon paper
that the legislative committee of
the Salem labor council has en
dorsed : candidacy of - James
Mott, r representative-elect, for
the senate vacancy caused by
death of . Lloyd T. Reynolds,
members of the committee de
clared last night.
The labor council committee
has not held a meeting since It
was appointed, and furthermore.
It is definite that It will not
make endorsement of any candi
date, it was' stated. .
A meeting of the committee
was scheduled for last night but
was postponed because all mem
bers could not be present. Frank
Marshall - is chairman ot the
New Yeofs Eve FtcKc
-Doors Open 11 P. "mC
' Show, Starts lltSO P.'M.
Big Show oa Both Stage
. ' and' Screen
' All Seats Reserved AOo
(to pop!- 3
V see 'Friday's ,
SPECIAL NEW YEAR EDITION
; ORDER BLANK ;
In Its annual edition of January 1, 1931, The Oregron
Statesman will tell the story of the year . . . indus
trial . development, buildinsr, governmental . advance,
educational progress. V.
And in addition there will be depicted the outlook for
1931 as leaders of Salem and the state foresee it
You will want extra copies, and should order them
now. The price Is ten cents, including: postage for
those mailed out. List the names and addresses be
low, we will do the mailing.
Mall or bring the list to The Statesman Office. .
Sent by . ; :': ' -"" ' "
Set at $10,000;
Estate of Dr. W. Carlton Smith,
who died in Portland Wednesday
night, was admitted to probate
yesterday, with his widow, Lotta
C. Smith named as administra
trix. The papers filed In court show- '
ed the estate to be worth 310.
100.' including real property In
Linn county valued at 3800 and
personal property In Marlon coun
ty worth $10,000. The true value
of the estate left by Dr. Smith Is
not " evident In the amount In
probate, tor It Is understood much
of the property accumulated by
Dr. Smith was held jointly with,
his wife and this goes to her
without entering probate court.
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