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The OREGON STATESMAN, Eakn. Orcro TTcdacsday Kerning. February 23, 1931
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Ttcltet Sale Ticket sale of tub
Tecfene ' clab pfodactlon, "One
Tbwsiad Tetr Afi,,,wi
opened this, morning at the sen
lor algb. school. lMi Margaret
Burroughs is coaehiagr the pUr.
which will be presented in the
high pchool andttoriera two
nights, March t and 7. The pro-
ilttl' firnntiM to feat the most
W a M X- arS" Sa Sjr a. W BB vmm w :
pretentious glren by high school.
the fire scenes and 2 S costumes
are being designed and made by
the art pupils ot Miss Both Brau
tl. who is advisor to the Techne
art dub. -: . " :
Lawrences 0 Trip Mr. and
xi T . . r 1KTS Wsrrv
m I s. 41, Mft w . . -
street oaaieu iriu .wi
day on the S. S.-Admiral Evans
for California, where ther will
spend a month. Two weeks will be
xnont at San Dieeo. and stops will
be made at San Francisco and Loa
Angeles. Mrs. Lawrence la recup
erating from a recent operation..
He has a -months- leave of-absence
from his dot lee with the industrial
accident commission. v. y 4
Dollar dinner every night S:46
to 8 at the Marion hotel.
EHMI Appoiaioi o" .
the first associated student body
play ofnhe season to be giTon by
the senior high school this year
was announced' yesterday to in
clude: Don Sodeman. advertising
manager. Jean Eastrldge, (Pub
licity; Earle Carkin. sUge man
ager, and Charles Reed, assist
ant; Victor Williams, property
manager. J : .
Salem on air J. J. Elliott of
State Savings and -Loan associa
tion announves" an Interesting
program treating the history of
Salam will be released by hia
company In Portland tonight at
9 o'clock over KOIN. R. J. Hen
dricks has assisted with sugges
tions - in the preparation ot this
program, as well, as the chamber
of commerce. .
- Dearals In -City W. B. Dennis
from Carlton visited friends in
Salem Tuesday. Dennis is en
gaged in lumber manufacturing
and also is an agriculturist. He
is th author ot the- original. gas
tax bill passed in this state and
subsequently adopted by nearly
all the states of the union.
Poling Coming Dr. D. '--V.
Poling, associate professor at
Oregon State college and radio
lecturer, wilUaddreas an assem
bly ot Salem high school students
at -the regular assembly hour
Thursday noon, reports Princi
pal Fred Wolf. Polinr will also
lesd the students in singing.
Approve Roads ' County road
viewers, in" report filed with the
court, have . approved two new
county roads, one on petition of
Ed Dunnigan and others for a
road off .the Silverton-Salem road;
and one on netn on or J. ti. iruna
and others for a road near Aums
viUe. Wanted light and heavy hens.
Highest market price, Tel. 18 80,
Cross Market. : J ''
Hearing Thursday Trial Of
Richard "Dick" O'Leary on the
first - of the two indictments
which have . been returned
against htm by the Marion coun
ty grand Jury is set for 9 o'clock
Thursday morning, before Judge
L. H. McMahan of the circuit
court department one.
Stars for Money S. L. Minard
has -filed suit in circuit court
against 3. ' C. Sleigh ter as the re
salt of a collision at Miller and
Commercial streets January 16.
Minard seeks d amazes totaling:
. - Workers to Meet - Another
meeting ot the T. W. C. A. finance
campaign captains add workers
will be held at the Y. W. C. A.
rooms this morning,' beginning at
1 o'clock. Mrs. F. A. Elliott, gen
eral chairman, has issued the call.
Reports Accident W. Elmer
Thomas of; New berg yesterday re
ported to the sheriff an automo
bile accident which occurred
February 1C on the St. Paul
highway. Ethel I. Brown of
Newberg was slightly hurt. "
Hampton Case tup Judge L.
H. McMahan of department one,
circuit court, will hear the case
of Hampton vs. Brown today, an
appeal from Justice court. The
salt involves alleged conversion
Distiaisscd Order has been
entered in circuit court . dismiss
ing the action of ' D. B. Scully
against A'malgamat'ed Mining
Moore yTo Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Henry Moore, 1853 North
Capitol street; a boy. William
Boje To Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
3oje of Sublimity, a boy, Irwin
Delmer Richard; . born February
I Schaefers Throat .
& Lung Balsam
? A tnoderuly made, modern
remedy for coughs due to
Colds, Bronchitis and Smokers
t This cough syrup Is made Jn
accordance with the newest
discoveries in methods of
treating coughs and colds.
Be assured of instait,, grate
ful relief the moment that you
take It, Its palatability la as
remarkabl eas Is Its action. -.
Children love to take It and
may as lt is free froth -all in
Jurious drugs and coal-tar
products. r - - -
bottles at '
? r : drug store;-. -
TJie ioriginal yellow front Can
- ly special store of Salem.
135 N. Coml SC. rbone 107
Forgot t a Look When C.
Hynes of route nine, Salem, drove
onto the main highway from a
side road he failed to look for
approaching cars, J. F. Ruther
ford says in accident report tiled
yesterday with the sheriff. Ruth
erford ; says -he struck Xhe rear
wheel of Hynes ear, desptta at
tempt jo decrgeKtTnachine.The
accident occurred Monday near
Haxel Green. ." ;
Speeding ' FIbcs The following
were convicted of speeding in the
police court."' Tuesday:1 Kenneth
N.- McRae. 21S Uaple a.veaue,
tine 85; ; Florian Hrubets. Route
2, line 85; Jacob O. Schmidt,
Route 9, fine 5; Alfred Palmer,
Route 3. fln J5; Keith E. Hall.
210 North, 14th, street, tine'7.
50; Woodson Bennett, 208 East
3rd street, Albany, not convicted
but bailed at 110.
i Order to Bell Order to sell
personal property belonging to
estate Of! Robert Emmett Kirk, of
which Hasel A. Kirk is admin U
tratrix, was entered In proba'te
court yesterday. Appraisal of the
estate was also filed by the ap
praisers, i Mary Kir I. Thomas
Klrk - and James C. Murphy,
showing the property to be worth
: Bnilding Permits- Permits is
sued by the- engineer's office
Tuesday included the following:
General Oil company, alter, one
story servlee station at 12th -and
State street, cost 8140; U. K.
Miller, - erect : garage at 1824
North 4th street, cost $50: W. C.
Onell, alter dwelling. 740 D
street, cost $7,5; Dory Ward, al
ter dwelling. 2005 North 4th
street, cost 35.
12 and l('infh wood, also pla
ner wood, $5.00 per cord load de
livered from car, $5.50 from yard.
Cobbs A Mitchell Co., 349 -S 12th,
Tel. 813. j
V Circus Performers for the
Y. M. C. A. circus to be presented
during the first two weeks of
April will have a meeting at the
Y. M. C. A. at 4:15 p, m. Thurs
day. There are 72 actors alto
gether. A numbers of specialty
acta are : scheduled." All clowns
monkeys, horses, and wild ani
mals will 6n represented by boys
and girls jot Salem association.
Willamette Building Permit
A permit (to alter and repair the
two story gymnasiuln of Willam
ette university was issued Tues
day. The job will be the installa
tion of two new balconies which
will hold) 600 persons. This $1,
250 Job will be done by Carl O.
Fail to Stop The following
were convicted and fined in the
police court of Salem Tuesday,
for failing to stop at stop streets:
Roy . K, Payne, 14 North $lst
street, fine, $2.50; R. E. Winch
comb. 1130 Oak street, fine S2.
50; Chester Lark tree, fine $2.50.
Sale- Reported Robert Perllch,
executor pf the . estate of Una
Herrmann, yesterday filed with
the probate court report belong
ing to the estate, Karl. G. Becke
was the purchaser, the figure be
In Charge Estate Christian
Giebeler has been appointed ad
ministrator, of the $100 estate of
William Giebeler. Appraisers ap
pointed are J. W, Mayo. George
H. Bell and Edward J. Bell,
Semi-Aanoal Acconnt W 1 1-
11am Newmyer, as executor of the
estate of Ida Newmyer, has'f lied
semi-annual account in probate
court, showing expenses of $299.
76 and receipts from interest and
diridenda of $642.32.
Morse on. Trip South Dr. -W.
B. Morse left this week on a va
cation trip which will take nim
into southern California. Arizona
and into northern Mexico. " 1
; ' Jobasoa"
George M. Johnson died in this
city February 24, aged 85 years:
uncle of Mrs. Walter Kennedy and
Ralph J. Kennedy and brother-in-law
of Mrs.' A. Robrsison, all of
Salem. Funeral services Thurs
day, February 28at 2 p. m. from
the chapel of the Cloogh-Barrfck
company. Rev. Tibbets Officiating.
Interment City View cemetery.
I A Park Cemetery
with perpetual care
Jnst ten miantes from ihe
heart of town
EsUblished 1893 - Tel. 12M
Perpetual care provided for
- Prices 'Reasonable s.
. TT9 OaBMXKXTA
IOmr Srvie is JP rMaal
0f Ba Is Mnara
OU 2103. Used Furnltnre
; i 181 N. meb
.Hiffh School play Soon - The
Techne club wilt present a play,
"One Thousand Tears Ago,, on
March and 7 at the high school,
according to announcement mad
there Tuesday. . Scenery and cos
tumes are being made by the high
school students under the direc
tion ot Miss Ruth Brauti. art in
structor and advisor of the Tech
ne club. Coach and . lead of the
cast are Misses Margaret Buiroogh
and Eleanor ' Henderson res pec-
Petaell Injured F, J. Pettell,
868;North Cottago'atrset, was in
Salem- General hospital -Tuesday
afternoon with a badly cut head.
While standing inside "the office
of the water company, be was at
tacked by a sudden aeixure and
fell . backward throng the . plats
glass door. .Employees of the of
fice rendered ' tlrsf ald and, a
Golden ambulance carried, him to
the hospitaL'i- :,-.; . . :'"V;v7
; Park with" us Jwhiis shopping
or at the. show. 15c City Storage
Garage, 544 Ferry, TeU 2748. :
42 os Hike Forty-two young
people, members' of the younger
group of Ep worth Leaguers of the
Jason Lee -- church, - hiked to
Spong's . Landing- Monday after
noon; and returned to the charclC
A weiner roast was a feature of
the hike. -Grown folk accompany
ing: the young folk were Don
Don r is, Mr. Mason and Mrs. Gor
don Black. ' '
- Visiting Mrs. Gray Mr. and
Mrs. T. T. Heashaw of White Sal
mon, Wash., arlrved Monday eve-"
ning to spend some time here vis
iting their son-in-law and-daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D, Gray. . Mr.
Gray is in the Insurance and real
estate business here. . . f
Car Stolen; Recovered Grace
A. Gilliam, 334 Wyatt Court, re
ported her car stolen from State
street near the library, Monday
night. -Less than three hours
later, a city traffic officer recov
ered it in town! i, .'
Boys' Director Here Fred
Crosby, boys work director for
the northwest council t ot - the
Y. M. C. A. was a visitor of the
local association Tuesday. - His
headquarters are in Portland.
Reckless Driving Charged
Roy Fread, Route 9, was com
pelled to - forfeit his driver's li
cense for 20 days because of
reckless driving charges, njotf er
red by1 the police courts, here. 1 :
Final Acconnt A.' P. Kirsch,
administrator of the estate ot Ba
sil A. Kirsch, has filed final ac
count In probate court, showing a
balance on hand ot $2472.75.
Hearing on the account has, been
set for March 27. : 1
Groceries Stolen A .box of gro
ceries was stolen from the auto
mobile owned by A. W: Potts of
Brooks while it was parked on
Court street. The report was made
to police Monday. s
Sale Authorized Hershel L.
Mack, administrator ot the $3404
estate of .Arthur' L. -Mack, is au
thorized to sell real, property be
longing to the estate, in an order
entered yesterday in probate court.
Wanted light and heavy hens.
Highest market price. Tel. 1880,
Cross Market. - i. f ' : ;
Worth $35,769 The estate of
Francis Richard DuRette has been'
appraised at $35,789.74 by Roy
Burton, Cecil A. DuRette 'and C.
M. Cox. This covers only- personal
property ot the estate.
Mars In City Editor Mara of
the Jefferson Review was a Sa
lem visitor Tuesday. He took
off sufficient time from his busi
ness to- look in at the legislative
Appraisers report A .A. Ulvln,
M. K. Strand ' nad J. M. Jensen
have appraised V j estate of John
E. Berg at;$4829.52, . -
Recovers Slowly W. ; E. In
galls of 425 North 23rd street,
who .has' been ill for some time
is recovering slowly. i
'jCase Dismissed Case of A.! W.
Welboa"td vs. Danlal L. Anderson
has ben dismissed! from, depart
ment one of the circuit court.
Drank la Charge Walter Sy
ron of. Dallas was fined $20 for
being drunk and disorderly ; by
the police court here Tuesday.
What is claimed to be the
largest drydock in the world Is
to be built at Southampton, Eng
land, to accommodate 'the new
giant Cunard liner soon to ba
constructed. n" '
A new Shipment of Jaauets k
three price ranges X S3 1 pa
7.95 10.75 17.50
Civil Service Commission
Had Power to Fire him
i r Justices "Conclude i I
; The civil . service commission
for Multnomah const was up
held by. the state supreme court
here Tuesday in, the append of
C. 8. Stowe who sought reinstate
ment . as chief deputy . county
clerk. Stowe , was removed' by
the commission for cause. The
opinion, was written . by. Justice
Brown and affirmed Judge Wil
son, who tried the case in the
drcnlt-eenrt fo Multnomah coun
ty. Ndmerons questions : were
raised as to Che constitutionality
ot the civil service law.
"The petitioner-' discusses at
great length, the right of the com
mission to Interfere, with - the.
county clerk's .office -by removing
or appointing deputy county
cierk,- xead JnsUce Brown's
opinion. ."The office' of county
clerk is a constitutional .office,
bat that of deputy clerk U strict
ly statutory;" .
- . Other opinions handed down by
the supreme court Tuesday fol
low: - , j -, " j
Fred Ziegler vs. Alaska Port
land Packers association, appel
lant; appeal efrom Multnomah
county; action for damages, for
personal Injuries. Opinion by Jus
tice Rossman. Judge Stevenson
affirmed. . .
In relation to will of Clara C.
DeHaas, deceased, Audrlett Brum
baugh vs. Alice Barber, appellant;
appeal, from Multnomah county;
contest of will of Clara C. DeHaas.
Opinion by Chief - Justice Bean.
Judge. Taswell affirmed.
Warren Brown vs. Jacob Beck-j
er, appeuani; appeal irom.crook
county; replevin action re recover
horees and cattle. Opinion by Jus
tice Rand. Judge Duffy affirmed.
Anna Bakkum, appellant, vs. J.
E. Holder; appeal from Multno
mah county; action fdr damages
for personal injuries. Opinion By
Justice Campbell. " Judge Tucker
E. JL. Pearson, appellant, - ve.
Oregon-Washington Railroad '4t
Navigation company; appeal from
Multnomah, county, petition for
rehearing denied in opinion by
Petition tor .rehearing denied
in Weddle vs. Parrish. ' '
Former opinion in Simmons' vs.
Washington Federal National In
surance company revoked and ap
PROGRAM IS TllLD
Salem talent will be featured on
the regular weekly program of the
Salem Breakfast club, which will
be broadcast over radio station
KEX Thursday morning from -the
Silver Grille of the Gray Belle, -
The Delta Phi trio, composed
of Edith Flndley, Jean Mlddieton
and . Namol Hewitt, will sing.
'Tiny". McNamara -will give a-pi-anolague
and Oscar Lapham will
sing, accompanied by'McNamara.
Miss Edith Findley wIU play a
marimba solo and Al Adolph'a Sil
ver Grille dance band will be
heard in several numbers.
. Next week has been designated
as "Salem Civic Club Week' by
the Breakfast club, and the pro
gram will be given by representa
tives of the local service clubs.
Seeks Division r
Oi Property in.
. Division of real estate valued at
$33,000 and, held Jointly by 'Vir
ginia Maude Gorsllne and four
others is sought by herld com
plaint filed in circuit court yes
terday against the other four own
ers of the state lands Involved:
Walter, Earl Sears, Blanche Win
Dr. Chan Lam'
Chine w Medicine
180 N. Commercial
4 . 'nttttf luumi
every Sunday. 2: 30
'JL,.' to 5:30 p. m.
Sptinq is here!
SO ARE THE
An Array of Colors That
Rainbow to Shame!
Skipper Blue, Bandama Red, Monett Blue, .
Pnnrfoea! CrppTi. Bitter-Sweet. Guardsman Blue '
Jiint Green, Rose-Tan, Royal Blues on materi
als that can only lend more beauty to the true -ahades.
Tweeds, Basket Weaves, Chouryra, .
FlAke materials and other wool mixtures. To be
fure! Some are furles, especially tha light pa '
"Jel polo coats but the dress- and some sport
models are trimmed. with White. Lapan, Tan - .
IrjanEnninette, and Galyak, yes. Fox and
- lanchurian Welf are In evidence the prices
yoall be surprised. . i
hatte Walker, Bernlce Maekey
Smnck and Dora Walker Kin man.
BhO asks that the-right of the
respective parties be adjudicated.
Interests decreed and three ref
erees be appointed to partition ihe
property, contained 1st holding In
various counties of the state. In
cluding Marion and Polk.
According to the complaint.
Bears has- mortgaged his ihare of
the estate. - ;, :
WASHINGTON. Fely it i
(AP After many year of bit
ter controversy, the . house- to
night ' adopted a resolution tp
abolish the short or "lame duck
sessions of congress by the over
whelming vote of 288' to 83. -
', The mesAure now goes back u
the. senate. It provides for an
amendment to the constitution to
drpp the short, session ot-congress
after the biennial Novem
ber election!. It lso would per
mit a newly elected, cengresa -to
be: seated, en, January 4 Instead
ot 13- months later, and a newly
elected president oa January. 24
Instead of '.March A.
. Before the resolution becomes
effective however, the proposal
must be submitted to the states
and approved by 38 of the 48. -
(Carrying an amendment spon
sored by . Speaker Longworth to
terminate the second annual' Ces
sion .within .four- months, the
measure was substituted , for the
Norris resolution previously ap
proved, six times by the senate.
. Although the Longworth pro
posal was strongly opposed - by
Representatives Sumners of Tex
as and -Jeff era ot Alabama, dem
ocrats, and a ,- large number of
republicans, the parties split and
put it over.
New Signs For
. Road Crossings
Following a conference With
members of the county court yes
terday, Ray Conway of the Auto
mobile association said new signs
would be placed on the main
crossings in the county, beginning-,
about the first of March.
The association has already map
ped out location ot part of the
signs. - '
The county Is furnishing posts
and the signs will be furnished by
the automobile -association. The
county has about 300 posts paint
ed and ready to put up now.
Corbet is Sent
The senate Tuesday directed Its
chief clerk to send a telegram to
Henry L. Corbett of Portland,
conveying ihe regrets of its mem
bers in connection with his re
cent Illness. Mr. Corbett recently
was stricken: with a heart afflic
tion while on a trip to Mr. Hood.
He previously served as president
of the state senate. - I
MUSEUM GETS MILL !
The aenate yesterday approved
a bill introduced by the Multno
mah county delegation authoriz
ing the -county- commissioners of
Multnomah county to levy a tax
of one-twentieth of a mill for the
support of the . art museum In
Portland. Senator Bennett op
posed the measure.
Tk steadily iacrcaaiac awaVcr ol
natiaata aaakiaff raiiat rom JUctal .
ad Coioa troasla aa agaia aacaa.
sttatad largar aaartars ad wi
aaaane raaoavai of ear Portland
ficca aae trtatmaat rooaaa ta ths
aortkaait coraar ot East Bnrasiaa
aad Grand Avaaue (ena black aaat
ol tka Baraaida Bridga). Hara tha
D E AN RECTAL and COLON CLIN I C
Nortkcait Coraar East Burnaida Streat aad Craad Avaaaa (Sacoad Tloar
rOKTLAIIO. OREGON. . TKJCPHONX EAat 18
j OtW OflWaai Saattla, Ian Franc iaco, Loa Aagatea
Would Put Any
... Othera 9.75 to S40 p .
PIffl OF 1034
DIES HERE KM
; Mrs. Laura Woodward, : 71,
who with her family, came across
the plains In 1863 and 1884, died
Monday at the home of. .her
daughter, Mrs. C. R. Evans, seven
mile west of Halsey, Linn coun
ty. . She was a resident of the
Howell Prairie district near here
before her marriage.
On coming to Oregon from Il
linois, Mrs. Woodward, with her
parents, settled In the Willamette
alley.. In 18,78 ahe.was married
to Moses Woodward and they
moved to Umatilla county. There
they lived on a- large farm near
Adams for. many r years. Later
they made their home at Walla
Walla, Wash.,1 but retained their
farming interests. Mr. Woodward
died at Walla Wajla about 20
years ago, t. . ;
. Surviving Mrs. Woodward are
two, sons, 'Casper L. and George
B. Woodward 0f WalU Walla; the
daughter, -Mrs. Evans; a brother.
E. B. Fletcher of Salem and two
sisters. Mrs.' Emmallne Hobart ot
SHverton'. and Mrs, Aurilla F.
8tone of Thornton, Wash.- - -
: Funeral services wm be held In
the Christian church at4 Halsey
this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Committal services will be held
Fridav at Walla Walla
D1EE SUIT OVER
DEATH IS FORECAST
Probability that' damage suit
will be filed against Red Snyder
and the Doolittle service station
aa result of the accident which
January 17 cost the life ot Fred
Krieger of near Aurora Is seen
in statement in petition admit
ting Krieger's estate to probate.
The petition says the estate
consists of unliquidated claims
against Snyder and the. Doolittle
service station for damages for
death of Krieger. A. C. Krieger
is administrator of the estate. .
- The' accident occurred when
SnyderT driving along the high
way, ran. into Krieger as the. lat
ter halted in the middle ot the
road after starting back to hia
home- after getting his mall. Sny
der la. employed With the Doolit
tle service station, and was driv
ing one of the station cars at
the time of the accident.
EVANS VALLEY, Feb. 84.
Miss Ruby. Downs, Evans Valley
teacher, was able to sit up a part
if li I V' tilth
e isr. 'L
, - CaParnaawL XOO eoaaConabM
Now i n 0 u r N o v
and Larcjor Offlcos
EXPERIENCE IN TREATING
RECTAL AND COLON AILMENTS
noot madara faellitlas ara pravidad
aad tha aama aaiUad aarricaa of-
Jarod aa kavo aaado tha Dr. Caaa,
. Doaa aoa-aaraical Biatkad ol
traatiar all KacUl and Coloa aU
naata faaiaaa tarsacboat taa Waal.
Wa rira written gmmramtr of Piloa
timtaaud ar faa rafaaded. Call,
writa aa talaphaae tar dticriv
tiva koaklat. .
of Monday. Mtes Down's has. been
Quite til for the past two .weeks
and is still' very weak. She hopes
to be able to return to her work
on Monday.- Miss Hilda Olsen Is
teaching' at the Evans valley
school during Miss Downs' ab
sences ' '.'-s -
PROBLEM OF FREE
Some Idea of the difficulties
which ' are harnessed onto the
school districts by the free text
book bill's passage was evident
at the Salem school board session
last night. ;
" A few" minutes was given oyer
to discussion of how the 81-50 re
quired per. pupil the-first year is
to be distributed tn keep peace Ip
the school family,, which Includes
most of the town.
Supt, ' George Hug reported
that while he had made -no at
tempt to map' out n thorough division-
of. - the f uods among the
eight grades, it is clear that, lt
will fake careful study to make
an equitable distribution so jthat
each chd will benefit in like de
gree : - . '. - :
lie aald it is probable-the dis
trict: may buy all books for the
first and possible the second
grade children. The board dis
cussed briefly, but reached no de
cision, the matter of handling the
situation with regards to the
books now on hand.
STATUS OF eiiD
jury yet Era
And still the grand jury's sta
tus isal settled! Although this
body has been sitting glace De
cember 18, and . la supposed to
hare' progressed surprisingly In
its "InTestigations of state and
county offices, legality of Its ac
tions was ' called into question
District Attorney John Carson
said he hollered fact that bo rec
ord continuing the Jury from Oc
tober to November terms - of
court would Jhrow out all the
work' the jury has done. Search
at . the eountv elerk'a of flea, f ail
ed To reveal any record of aa or
der making this continuance.
After Carson had called atten
tion of Judge L. II. McMahan to
fact that the January jury had
not been ordered . continued for
February,. Jndge McMahan Issued
a nunc pro tunc order saTlnr he
had , Issued this order .In cham
bers, but that it had not been re
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' ' , into Its final week. Kouadcrip tlckca to all placti
a on the Pmdfic lines now oa sale fof thret-fif ths of
the othf way fare, approsJinatelr U a mils! Good -oa
all trains learlflj Friday, February 27.
77, Apr,imM. - 7 -' .'7
"TlckeU on sale to WilametU Valley points
r . . reb, 23 and March 1 also ;
City v Ticket Office, 184 N. Liberty, TeL 8D
Passenger Depot, 13lh and Oak- TeL 41
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HOLD PAULEY ILEflE
Eight county assessors, zaera
hers of the Willamette Valley As
sessors' association, met in judge
Hill's crcuit court chambers yes
terday in their an aaal sesstoi? to
discuss taxation matters , and to
arrange -schedules personal
property so that all assessments
in this section of the -valley may
be as nearly alike as possible. The
group meets the last week In Feb
ruary each year for this purpose.
Besides . Assessor Oscar Steel
hammer of Marion county, assess
ors present at the session were:
C. L. Tallman ot Corral fia. .Ben
ton county: B. L. Poee of Oregon
City, Clackamas, county; B. F.
Keeney ot Eugene. Lane county?
Grant Froman of Albany, Una
county; Fred J. Holman of Dallas,
Polk county; W. j. Boley of,IHlls
boro. Washington county, and W.
L. Osbern of McMinnvllle, Tarn
hilt county. '
la ail these counties, the as
sessment .on cattle and sheep will
be' somewhat lower this year, the-
figure, being decreased becatse of
the lower selling price of 'these
animals. - 5
WITHOUT OPERATION. OR
lOSS OF TJMK
409 Orearoa Balldinsr
Ladd 6t Bush; Bankers
ten r .
I - -
$1 FOR EACH IOO MILES
ooo'd on all trains - re.
turn "by midnight tuesday