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. The OREGON STATESMAN. Balen, Oregon, bcnday Morning, A?usrJrisl "
Local News jBriefs
. In Portland Mrs. Elisabeth
Gallaher and daughter Gweaver
Friday -visitors in Portland, where
Mn. Gallaher conferred with Miss
EssleXMaguIre, who has been T.
W. C. A. executive secretary of the
town department in the north
west, Miss Maguire is leaving next
week for ev York, where she
will In future he connected with
the national headquarters of the
T. w. and will also attend Colum
hla university this winter. Miss
Maguire will visit with Mrs. Galla
her here early next week to fin
ish the conference relative to the
Y. W. office here, for which Mrs.
Gallaher is secretary.
Attention Rebekahs! Rehearsal
of fancy drill, Monday night.
- Coach Inventa Gum A eamo
called "water ball." a modifica
tion of water polo, is the subject
of a pamphlet of rules, edited by
Earl Douglas, the Inventor, which
has been received here -by Robert
R. Board man. physical director of
the Salem Y. M. C. A. Douglas
who is now head of the physical
education department of the
Northwest Y.- Portland, was form
erly coach at Leslie Junior high
school here. He has been using
the new game In the association's
is lor me younger ooya.
For Kent Newly furnished 4.
hanValow. Cor. High and
Knapp., - v .1
Clinics Announced Pre-schoot
and dental corrective clinics will
fill the calendar for the Marion
county health departments ac
tivities this week. The dental ex
amlnations will be given Monday
morning, Wednesday arternoon
and Friday morning. The pre-
ohnnt ritniM are scheduled for
Tuesday afternoon at Silverton,
Thursday morning at the health
center and Friday afternoon at
th health center. The regular
toxoid-vaccinatlon cllnie will be
held Saturday morning irom
8:30 until 10 o'clock.
The Salvation Army i In ur
gent need of fruit Jars. Tel. 5437.
Hoes Returns Hal E. Hoss,
secretary of state, who spent the
past three weeks at his sunmer
home near Taft, returned to his
desk Saturday. Hoss now has a
mustache for the first time In
See Russ Smith, Center and
Seek Payment Estoppal An
amended complaint filed yester
day in circuit court asks that body
to enjoin the payment of any
funds from the estate of George
"W. Moore, deceased, to John Ed
ward Narry. Grade, Rebecca Tay
lor, Clara. Holton Lewis, Alice
Holton Duffy, plaintiffs, allege
that Barry Is Incompetent to han
dle the funds. Ennis D. Walt, et
al, are named as defendants.
Church, for tire bargains.
Seeks 9109 Judgment Judg-
. . till ,tH with
me ilk iur ivf,"--- i
year's Interest at six per cent, and
costs. Is sought by G. W.' Taylor ,
In an amended complaint filed
yesterday In circuit court against
Wallace B, Richardson, et al. La-
bor Hens are involved In the con-
I troversy. ,
Registration Monday . Sacred
Heart academy. Primary high
school, also commercial Dept. and.
Strauble Guardian Named The
Ladd it Bush Trust company was
designated as guardian for the es
, tate of Frank S. Strauble. incom
petent,' in an order issued yester-
day by Probate Judge Slegmund.
The petitioner for the charge was
. Bertha Rogers. Appraisers named
of Strauble's estate are Robert M.
Dain, Roy Burton, Joseph' Worth.
Prudential Gets . Judgment- A
judgment for SJ377 and costs was j
handed down by Judge L. H. Mc-
- Mahan yesterday In belief of the
Prudential Savings and Loan as-
soclatlon and against meresa m.
Meyers and S. A. Meyers. Real
property is to be taken by the
'plaintiff to satisfy the Judgment.
C. F. Breithaupt Is now locat
h it 4 State street with Vib-
bert and Todd.
Ileal Property Klea"l Re- j
, lease of real property held under!
Judgment. from the circuit court
, was ordered yesterday by Judge
! L. H- McMahan in behalf of P. W.
Seely .'and- Irma Seely. Arthur
pfafflnger had held the Judgment j
' but the" court, held' that summons
- bad not been issued legally n.na
' properly filed In the court. - j " -
y Attend National Meeting 'TJ.
' S. Ryder,' postal . clerk here, and
Mrs, Ryder are to leave tomorrow
-for Oakland, Calif., where he will
- attend the convention of the Na
tional Association of letter Car-
i. VI will ft avav from the
llClli - - -
local office two weeks.
ave for College Ronald Re
plae. Perry Adams and Bernard
; Wright, all Salem boys, are plan
ning to leave soon for California,
where they will attend the junior
, college at Long Beach for the
' coming school year. ..-
Visiting Here Mr. and ilrs.
Elmer - Church. BUmark, N. D..
are In Salem visiting Mr. Church's
brother. W. O. Church, 120 East
Owens street. Tbe mldwesterners
may locate here.
1930 Chev. roadster for sale.
Less than market price. Phone
Final Account Filed Final ac
count In the estate of Mary J.
, Lemmon. deceased, has been filed
in probate court here. .
To Mr. and
seph E. Finder, route 3, fgirl.
Ruth Elizabeth, bora August 27
: at the residence. '
Dr. Chan lam
g. Chinese Medicine
- J 1 80 N. Conmercial
,1 " Office U)in
X Tuesday and Sarar-
Walsh In City A visitor In Sa
lem during the. week was William
Walsh, district attorney of Coos
county who was returning to
Marshileld after transacting bus
iness in Portland. Walsh went to
Coos Bay three years ago after
graduating In law at Wlllamerw
university. He was" appointed dis
trict attorney , about a year ago
alter District Attorney Coleman
also a yoang man. was killed sud
denly by a train as he drove across
the railroad tracks near Rose
burg. Business is quiet in Coos
Bay due to depression in the lum
ber industry, Walsh reported.
Tent on Fire Bob Du Boise
who is employed in the Sunny
side region, reported a peculiar
happening when he- arrived in
town yesterday afternoon to re
main over the week end. He says
Friday night he awoke, apparent
ly without cause, only to discover
that a fire had started outside
tbe tend ! In which he was sleep
ing. Action was quick from then
on. Several ropes of the tent had
Modern Woodmen of America
special meeting Monday night,
State Deputy John A. Hartwick
will be present.
. Postage Rate Increased Pos
tage rates to Great Britain, North
Ireland and the Irish Free state
will be raised September 1. ac
cording to Arthur GIbbard, assis
tant postmaster here. Letters will
thereafter require five cents pos
tage for the first ounce or frac
tion and each additional ounce or
fraction will cost three cents
Single postcards will go for three
cents and doubles for six.
F. Breithaupt Is now locat
ed at 4C State street with VI b-
bert and iTodd.
Sharer! About Same F. E
Shafer, proprietor of the Shafer
Leather Goods store who suffered
a stroke two weeks ago Saturday,
is still In a dangerous condition
and much weakened from his sec
ond stroke which occurred while
be was recovering' from the first
at the Salem General hospital.
LOCAEJ PRODUCT USE
IS URGED Br LABOR
"Use only local products" is
urged upon "all members of or
ganized labor, their friends, and
anyone interested in the progress
and prosperity of Salem," in a
communication being sent out "to
the merchants and buying pub
lic" by a special committee of the
Salem Trades and Labor council.
The committee, which was ap
pointed last Tuesday night by F.
J. A. Boehringer to combat the
importation of products which are
now manufactured here, consists
of Clarence Townsend, Frank
Marshall and Chris Hampshire.
A condition exists in Salem
which we believe the people of
Salem do not realize Is working a
great Injustice on our local in
dustries and thereby preventing
from' 20 to 30 families from be
ing given - employment, through
the fact that outside workers are
preparing 12,000 loaves of bread.
$750 worth of pastry 'goods and
hundreds . of pounds of butter
each week which are being pur
chased by the people of this com
munity reads the statement of the
committee. "The Salem-Trades
and Labor Council is going to ex
ert every possible effort in an at
tempt to 1 correct this condition.
The letter declares that in per
iods, of unemployment each com
munity has a sacred service to
perform in taking care of its own
people and that refusing to pur
chase imported products will re
sult in more work here which will
support at least 't0 to 30 families.
LARBE ACREAGE OF-
Approximately 100.000 acres of
private lands under the state for
estry departmeut were burned
over by forest fires this season,
according to announcement made
Saturday by Lynn Cronemlller.
This acreage included slashings
land green timber, but does not In
clude fires in the national loresis.
One death was reported as the
result of fire In state-controlled
forests. The victim was Eugene
Fields of Medford. There were
several deaths in the national for
ests due: to fires, but these were
not reported to the state forestry
A report received here Saturday
indicated that a fire had broken
out on the Silets river, seven
miles south of the town of Siletz
In Lincoln county. A large crew
or men was fighting this h'.aze.
Several small fires reported in
different sections of the state
were said to be under control.
DALLAS, Aug. 2 The Dallas
Kiwsnis clnb held its regular
weekly meeting at the Presbyter
ian church Friday noon. Tbe pro
gram consisted of the usual group
singing, ; two vocal solos by Earl
Wilkinson, and short talks. Rev.
Jacob Stocker was the principal
speaker.! He gave a rery good talk
on the relationship between re
lilgon and business. -
356 North. Liberty
FRAUD CLAIMED IN
: BICE PLAINT
Alleging It was bilked of a $750
accident insurance claim, the Un
ion Automobile Insurance com
pany has filed a compalnt In eourt
here against M. M. May. J. K
Dole and other alllases." The
claim was falsely made and J. E.
Dole never existed, the plaintiff
alleges, and lists 10 different
names which it maintains May has
appeared under at diverse times.
May's alleged activities consti
tute an Insurance racket new to
court records here. . According to
the plaintiffs. May in November,
1929, took out an insurance policy
with tbe company. In the follow
ing January, the complaint
charges, the defendant represent
ed to the company that one J. E.
Dole had received a personal in
Jury due to the negligence of the
defendant. May. who said he had
caused the. injuries to Dole in a
collision at Coeur d'Alerie, Idaho.
The Insurance company states that
it investigated the claim. Interro
gated Dole and as a result paid
The compalnt further alleges
that May's and Dole's statements
were false and that they were one
and the same- Individual. Conse
quently, the company seeks to re
cover the $750 it alleges it paid
Dole and in addition $150 which
it claims was the expense of the
Negotiations between ' the city
of Portland and the streetcar com
pany, looking to the adoption of a
satisfactory operating franchise.
are In no way embarrassing to C.
M. Thomas, public utilities com
missioner, because of the street
car fare ease now being tried In
the United States district court.
Thls was announced by Thomas
Saturday, atter his attention had
been, called to newspaper stories
that certain members of the Port
land city council had considered
it inadvisable to proceed with
franchise negotiations until the
fare case was completed.
"There Is nothing in these ne
gotiations that will embarrass my
department , Tnomas said. un
the contrary I am gratified to re
ceive the information that the
Portland city council and street
car company are attempting to
reach some agreement regarding
franchise. I urged such negoti
ations in my order of May 29 re
ducing the fares from 10 to 7
cents." j .
DISTRICT TO HOLD
The bondholders committee of
the Warmsprings irrigation dis
trict and state reclamation com
mission will meet here Tuesday
for the purpose of taking final
action in connection with the re
organization and refinancing of
the the Warmsprings project. The
district is located in Malheur
county and contains approximate
ly 18,000 acres of irrigable land.
The original bonds of the dis
trict aggregated $1,550,000. Un
der the reorganization plan the
holders of these securities have
agreed to accept $400,000 In cash
and refunding bonds totaling
450,000. Tbe cash already has
been made ready for distribution.
while the courts have passed on
the legality of the refunding
Reorganization of the Warm-
springs Irrigation . district was.
made . possible under an act of
the 1?27 WUliture.
At the residence, route 3, Sa
lem, Mrs. Eliza 8. Henry, aged
70. Survived by two daughters.
Sarah Henry of route I and Mrs.
S. B. Davidson also of route 3.
Funeral services from . the
Clough-Barrlck chapel - Monday,
August 31. at 3 p. m.. Rev. B. T.
Shoemaker of the Court "street
Christian church officiating. In
terment in the City View ceme
At the residence, 1175 Leslie
street, August 29, Etta. Magers.
aged 11. Mother of Mrs. Reed
Rowland of Salem; sister of' Hen
ry Kirk wood of Woodburn, James
of Cusjiman, Oregon; Joseph of
Turk City, Wash.; John of Port
land; P. T.. of Hopewell; and
Fred of Salem. Funeral services
Monday, August 31, at 1:30 p.
m from the chapel of W. T. Rlg
don and son. Rev. B. Earle Park
er officiating. Interment in the
Odd Fellows cemetery. ;
X . nnrcaai. nxsccTons
T7S CkMUktta TL StSS
Oar SrMc la rrd
Oar Trien An BNMiakto
Our Hm Sa M4ra
UeanMd lSy tatilait
CITY VIEW CEMETERY
Established 1803 TeL 8053
Conveniently Accessible ;
Perpetual care provided for
Prices Reasonable .
- A Park Cemetery
With Perpetual Care
Jnst ten mlante from the
heart of town r ,
Ulldcr the Occurrences and Gt isip
ONOLTJLU has nothing on
Oregon. A recent dispatch
reports a horse has been
found there with a mustache.
Well, to has Oregon a Hoss with
a mustache. Anyone wishing to
verify the statement need but call
at the secretary of state's office
before the middle of this week
and the custodian of the state
capitol grounds will prove It.
Ilalbert E. Hoss, secretary of
state, who. has been enjoying
what be called a lazy vacation
at the beach, returned yester
day . and really, the mustache
doesat look at all bad on him.
In fact Hal looks good and be
says If the . mustache gets a
little longer and the light Is
right. It takes on a reddish
hoe. He says the adorn meat
will not be permanent.
With that explanation, the tnys
tery of why Hoss officiated at the
Red-head affair at Taft last Sun
day has been cleared-np. Hoss
had nothing to say on the affair,
however, so perhaps the? subject
should be considered closed. Mrs.
Hoss though may have something
. Spealdng ' of horses reminds
that the governor failed to ap
point Hoss as a member of the
horse show advisory committee
for the. state fair. However, Sa
lem Is well represented on that
committee, even - though It la
jnst another advisory commit
tee. E. F. Slade, T. A. Llvesly
and H. R. Crawford are on the
Activities are opening np at the
fairgrounds, and for the next
month that site at the edge of
Salem will be a busy place. Tbe
new canal will be - completed
some time next week, the paint-
OPSUAW TO SPEAK
Sponsored by local prohibitions
organizations. Will D. Upshaw.
crusader for observance of the
18th amendment, and foiVier
congressman from Georgia, Is to
address a public meeting Tues
day night at 7:30 o'clock In the
auditorium of the First Methodist
church here. He Is reputed to be
a brilliant orator and one of the
foremost speakers on prohibition
In the United States.
Of Mr. Upshaw, when he made
an address before congress and
President Harding's governor's
conference, the Literary Digest
said. "To Congressman Upshaw
belongs the credit of awakening
the conscience of America on so
ber officials." Ir this speech he
called upon the president to "Issue
a ringing Christmas proclamation
calling every citizen, and especial
ly every official, to total abstin
ence for the common good."
Upshaw Is said to be a fiery
speaker of wide experience.
10 DIVORCES ARE
Judge L. H. McMahan granted
the benefits of divorce yesterday
to two estranged couples.
. Freeta M. Fisher, married June
ff. 1920 to Leon E. Fisher In Polk
county, received decree of divorce,
custody, of their boy and girl and
$30 a month support money. She
told the court Fisher was mean.
cruel, inhuman and. often was
Francis O. Folger, married Aug
ust 5. 1S27, to Roger! G. Folger,
received back her name of Fran
ces Gay Chance. She has been sep
arated from Folger for four years.
Shortly after marriage he told
her, Mrs. Folger alleged, that he
did not wish to live with her. His
mother joined In the attack, Mrs.
To Portland 55c
To Eugene 75c
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Independent State Co.
millions more people ride on Good
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SATTSFACTIOX WITlT EVKRT TRAXSACTIOX.
center of Oregon's
lng of the buildings Is progress
ing, and the nw horse barns are
fast going np. Then will follow
exhibits and concessions, to be
ready for the big event
v A. L. IJndbeck, 4 member of
the famous ' state capital press
gallery, left today for Siltcooa
lake for, 'his vacation trip.
Somehow his friends fear he.
will not have such a good va
cation, since he has decided .
not ' to - take along his new
glasses. - The Llndbecks have
secured a cabin at the lake for
To anyone unfamiliar with the
hop Industry, or who has not vis
ited some of the . large hop
fields, a visit to the center of
present activities will be enjoy
able. During the season each
field presents a regular village,
with all activities from schools
to dances, and populations from
50 to 2000 people are ' found
there. " r
Some of the larger places
are found near Independence
and 'many of these temporary
villages are less than a - mile
apart. Most of the workers cow
slst of Toast married eowpiea.
many with small children. En
tire families live at these vil-.
la ses and ' work during the
If one is' under the Impression
that these hoo workers are un-
tunnr a visit there will cure.
Any night during the week one
can find' much activity at these
nlaces. Children play games un
til late. Some of the dances con
tinue far into the night, while
others visit long around camp
Insurrent m ambers of school
district No. 38 a Mission Bottom
continued their objection held
there in June when they filed yes
terdav a setition demanding a
new election with Mrs. Mary Ful-
kerson, county superintendent.
They presented the petition Fri-
day and Mrs. Fulkerson sent it
back for correction. She said yes-
tArriav after receiving tbe netltlon I
arain that she would lav the mat-
ter before District Attorney John
rtireetor T.amh was chosen over I
THrMtor A. N. Parsons, incum-1
NEW DEMANDS FOR
bent, by drawing of lots after alatudded chalice lifting its blue II- I
tie vote resulted from Mrs. Ful-
vrAn'i hanntnr of on vote east I
. nrnn. TCow tha. lnaurrMits in I
the. district " claim the polling
booths were kept open for less
than an hour as the school law re-
Dr. Arnen Jensen
To Speak Today
ur. Arne s. jensen, neaa oiimucn space is given In the book I
the education aepartmeni at on-1
mouth Normal school, speaks this I
morning at the American Luther-1 region around the lake as a na
an church here. He Is to fill the I tional park and his connection
pulpit for Rev. P. W. Erlksen who I with the park and its progress
is away on his vacation. Dr. Jen-1 ever since." - - -sen's
topic will be "The Relation-1 Writes David Piper in The
ship of the Church to the Peace
Jack Toomer Florida state am-
ateur champion, will enter the na-I
Uonal amateur golf tournament
at Chicago with another trophy, thorough manner. The 21 photo
He won the Blltmore Forest lnvi- rrapha which are used were not
tatlon tournament at Ashevllle. retouched, and from these the
Hotel Argo Dining Room-
Special chicken dinner soon
and night, SOe.
Chicken dinner all day, 78c and
Gray Belle, 440 State-
Famous dinners K0c-7Sc-l.t0.
jt iC C
$9.60 per pair
Alt sixes equally low
Slse j Emch L Pmir '
5-20(29xlS) $5.60 $10.30
4-21(3vxl5e) 5.69 11.10
4.75-19(23x4.75) 6.65 12.90
&2S-21(31x25). 8-57 16.70
WxJtt Reg. CL . 4.39 &A4
HXAVY DUTY TRUCK TIRES
5Ze ' rrUm Sue Frice -0x5
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lake author f.
Htaaton C. lptiam,- Mar&hneid,
www, wnose dook. The En -
enanXed Ike published by
statesman and on sale in
Salens and throughout the
and mysteries of Crater Lake
The book contains "1541 pages,
SI fall page Illustrations aad is
.very desirable for gifts.
BOOK GETS PRAISE
Favorable Comment Comes
From Many Sources;
Sales Going Well
Press praise for "The
chanted Lake", new and
book devoted entirely to Crater
Lake. Oregon's own world wonder
of nature, has been forthcoming leased yesterday in the weekly
in different newspapers of the chamber of commerce bulletin re
state in the last fortnight follow- veal.
ing publication of the book by Twenty-three of the 31 days in
Stanton C. Lapham. Oregon au- July were totally clear. Partly
thor. Sales of the book, which is clnudv dm
published by The Statesman, I
have been reported as -Quite
orable considering the limited
time toe work has been out. In I
Salem the book is on sale at all
ooosstores ana ac xne statesman
book Just off the press. Stanton I
in -me Enchanted Lake', a
ray of fact and legend that con
sulates a valuable addition Mo
the scanty literature of Crater
Lake," writes Mrs. Lois P. Myers
of tbe News-Telegram. "Mr. Lan-
ham wisely makes no attemnt at I
fine writing. His opening sen-I
ience aamits the lnadeauacv of I
words to express the beautv and I
mystery that abide in this tern- I
batlon.to the sky."
Of the book. Robert W. Saw-
T of The Bend Bulletin says:
The book is about the scenic I
wonaer, its history, Indian
ends relating to it. the geology of
the park area, a record of the I
riora and rauna found In the park. I
and account of the origin of many J
of the place names. It Is a guide!
dook io a super attraction or tne
uregon country. Quite nronerlv-l
to the part played by Will C Steel
in securing the designation of the
Or egonlan: "Much .remained to
be done from the standpoint of
gathering and correlating all
known .tacts and legends. This
Stanton C. Lapham of Marshfield
nas accomplished in a strikingly
readers who have not visited the
lake' will get some Idea of ' Its
i n ap p e ar an c e !
in perf orm ance !
not d cent
F 1 1
Lifetime Guaranteed . Tubes are also priced low
TOMMY BLUE IS DEAD
At Ripe Old Age of
TRICKS WERE DELIGHT
Tommy Blue Is dead. His long.
long life of 21 years is ended. For,
you see. Tommy Is & cat. and for
longrrity the heralded Texas cat
had nothing on him. . '
Tommy's god-parents. Mr. and
rs. I. R. Hammer who live on a
farm between North' Santlam and
West Stayton, accorded Tommy
Blue a fitting burial recently, and
now no longer do the children of
the neighborhood thrill at the
tricks performed by Tommy, a
large blue Maltese weighing 14
One day no long, ago Tommy
ate a good meal of beefsteak; he
added to that a rat which he had
caught. Then h took' himself to
j the barn to die. Who can say he
1 was not thoughtful of his mis-
I tress whom he first knew at the
. ot w cviiou dcb; w memory.
The book Is well written, and with
a feeling of reverence for - the
subject. Those who already ' love
the lake and those who expect to
visit It will find the book valu
able." SALEM'S CLIMATE
"Beautiful and .serene." "Soft
and lovable. Thus do visitors to
Salem describe the weather here
in the summer according to re-
I ports filed with the Salem cham-
ber of commerce.
Salem's weather, record for July
I was I well-nf rh ideal. fienrM r-
cloud- tntau hrM tk...
fav-l... Tin rainfall nrln, tVi a mAn V,
The mean dar temnerature wa
Thraa f fVoncnf
To Wed Issued
mree licenses to wed were
granted Saturday by County Clerk
i.uverne u wnite, 27. 1509
North Fourth street. Salem, is to
marry pauiin Edna Toung. 17.
15 North Winter street, Salem
This Is his second marriage and
Arthur W. Knox. 28. S81 North
15th street, Salem, obtained a 11-
cense to wed Sulvia Thomnson. 28.
leg-lisss South Commercial street.
isaiem. Knox Is a tailor and Miss
Thompson a stenographer at the
United States National bank.
Ruben Wargnler, 21. a farmer
living on Route one, Gervals, ob-
lainea a license to wed Ion Flu-
no. 18. also a resident nn Rnnf
Hospital Beds to
.CaJj to 10. Used Furniture
151 N. High
nMsi tbe many that distinguish
the new and iaa proved standard
Goodyear All Weather
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. tread wear. '
2 Its shoulder
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3 Riding ribs
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Other Sizes not
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53-18 (28x55) .
S-54-1 (29x50) .
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Frank : Doolittle's Master Service Station
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SATISFACTION' WITH EVERr TRAKSACTIOX
21; Clever Cat Mourned
age of two months? Death was
natural; old age.
- Tommy was a wonderful cat?
almost human", Mrs. Hammer
says. "We had a little pair of over
alls and cap in which we often
dressed him up to entertain the
children who came to see him.
And my, how they would laugh at
him in them.
.."He never bothered anything
in the- house except corn; and
many times he-ias been caught
jumping on tbe table to take com.
He seldom caught birds, even If
they saf on the window sill. Chip '
munks were his main food, and I
have even seen him bring in a
"Some of the trIeksTommy did
would almost make one believe
him to be a puppy. He would
shake hands, play dead cat. stand
up and would go to the door
whenever he heard a knock.
And he was temperamental. He
hated music or anyone who played
it. Tommy lust absented himself
from , the room when it got too;
much ror him. And in his old age,
he disliked most awfullv to h
disturbed when he was sleeping
In front of the fireplace.
Oh yes. his mother was a calico
cat, his father the full blooded
maltese, owned by a wealthy wom
an. He was given to the Hammers
when he was two months old. '
Advisory Board r
' For Horse Show
Named by Meier
Governor Meier Saturday an
nounced the appointment of
for the 1931 state fair. The com
mittee will assist In. arranging
the various horse show events,
and offer any suggestions that
they may deem advisable. .
Members of the committee are
Aaron M. Frank, L. R. Banks and
H. W. Ray, Portland, and T. A
Livesley, E. F. Slade and Henry
R. Crawford, Salem. .
Reports received here Indicate
that this year's horse show would
be the largest and most Interest
ing event of its kind ever held ia
connection with the Oregon state
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