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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem. Oregon, Saturday Morniaff, May 21, 1932
Local News Briefs
Allen Making Good Kenneth
: Allen, ioii of W. G. Allen ot Sa
lem; has achieved the position ot
soloist at the Cocoamit Grove.
Ambassador hotel, in Los An
geles, according; to word received
here He also is a member ot the
Three Cheers trio. Young Allen,
who. vent south several years ago,
has . continuously received recog
nition for his voice work. Attend
ing the University of Oregon," he
was affiliated, with Kappa Sigma
fraternity. ;V- .'Z.--''
Cash for anything: Ph. 6-l-l-0
Beacons ChangedGreen col-
red . shades have been Installed
In code beacons on the following
sites ot the San Francisco-Seattle
airway, according to word re
ceived at the Salem municipal air
port: Roseburg, Eugene, Albany
. and Salem airports, and Grave
Creek, Cow Creek, Myrtle Creek
Brownsville and Kelso, -Wash., in
Chicken ala coon with Dixie tater
sticks, rolls. Jelly, 50c. Senator
Accidents Few Only two auto
mobile accidents were reported to
city police yesterday, neither ot
them serious: John Blasch ot
Corvallls route one, and H. A
i Gueffroy. 205 United States na
I tional bank, in alley between Cen
i ter and Commercial; A. M, Shep-
: ard. 1140 E. Hoyt, and D. H. Mc
1 Neil, ot Arbuckle, at State and
1 Dance every Sat. nite Yew Park
! Good music. Adm. 10c-25c.
! T 1 . . . i a ii
i umy um nuu tiaiieu unuy cuicks
at bargain prices, all this week at
! Salem's Petland. 273 State.
( Girls Picnic, Gym Their out
1 door plans thwarted by the rain,
members of the Home Economics
' i club of Salem high school yester-
; day afternoon held their picnic in
j the gymnasium. The program
; j. consisted of games and music
i Clara Jane Harms and Mona Vos-
I : burg were chiefly in charge of ar
Dance Kent! Hall every Sat. nite.
Special Service The Home
Guards. Junior ; . Missionary band
of the M. E.s church win assist
with the Sunday night services,
and will contribute songs, recitals
and a set of stereoptlcon Tiews
showing missionary work. :.- Miss
Walton, dramatte leader, will give
some negro dialects and Professor
Roberts . will play a medley of
southern songs. Miss Stephenson ior hish school this school year I . " Tr " JT r J... t.
present ;a Junior pageant, have resulted in a large number lv,", ,C .tL
HERALDS OF HEALTH
LISTED FOR LESLIE
Activities Result in Large
Number Qualifying for ;
T T ti A t .; flvf Occurrences and Gossip
Dome u ramenl
Health activities at Leslie Jun-
N archery- bow, made by
L. Is. "Flight Dally of Eu
gene, yesterday was .'pre
sented, to Lynn Cronemiller, state
forester, tor exhibit purposes in
the state bouse. The "bow was
made from Oregon tir grown on
Alsea mountain. This was said to
be the first bow to shoot over 400
public is Invited.
Complete line of thrifty, hardy
bedding plants. Salem's Petland
Latter Day -Saint W. R.
Sloan, president -of the northwest
states mission of the Latter Day
Saints church will be in Salem
Sunday and will speak both at 10
a.m. and 12 o'clock at the church
rooms in Nelson hall, on Chemek-
eta. near Liberty street.
Beat creamery butter 2 lbs. 39c'
Marr's, 1698 Market. Tel. 8150. "
Lewis Gets Call Paul Arthur
Lewis, local boy who recently
took the entrance examinations'
for West Piont Military academy,
has Just received orders to report
at West'Polnt Julv 1. Order also
contained word that he success
fully passed the examinations.
of the pupils' earning the "Herald
of Health" button. These boys
and girls are as follows:.-'
Ella Collier. Dorothy En gel
hart, Mary Jo GeUer. Norma Jean
GUbertson, Dorothea Greenwood,
Lucef etia McLean. Jewel MInier,
Vevine Weiss. Maxine Alford,
Pauline Craven, Jean Harrington,
Irene Hickman, Evangeline Johns,
Gladys Knight. Sally McLellan,
Mildred Meany, Barbara Miller,
Elizabeth Morehouse, Dolores
Nets, Margaret Lou Parker. Jean
Pound, Trula Short, Shirley
Thomas, Vera Walker.
Lillian . Walters. Helen Wil
son. Eileen Amundsen, Pauline
Drager. Audrey Fehler, Frances
won highest awards in the .nation
al, state add northwest competi
tion in 1930.
-the state supreme coart took a
few hoars off " yesterday amd
went to Oregoa City, where be
east his ballot at the primary
election. Jon Lice Campbell pre
sided as Judge of the Clacka
mas county circuit conrt ' for
many years and has a host ef
close Meads there. He was ee
'contpanled by Mrs. Campbell.
2Z HILES OF ROAD
More Than Half of County
Work for Summer Gone !
Over, Announced , .
William EInxlg, secretary of the
state board of control, spent two
days at home this week because
Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Randan, I of Illness. Mr. EInslg has the dis-
who conduct a Innch conater in , ( tlnctlon of being the highest paid
the statehonae, took advantage board secretary In tbe state of
of the holiday yesterday to via. ( Oregon. Prior to coming to Salem
i he was employed in the state of
it friends in Portland. Randall
is planning to shift his coun
ter from its present location to
a more roomy and convenient
spot under the stairway leading
from the first to the second
floor of tbe main capitol building.
State officials and employes
were among those who gathered
Gildow. Leone Golt, Lucille Han- n the newspaper offices here last j ports from Portland indicated -
mgni 10 receive me returns oi
Washington for several years.
- Governor Meier telephoned
his secretary here yesterday
that he would return to Salem
Monday. The - governor ; has
spent considerable time in Port-.
land during the past few weeks, .
due to the - serious illness of
Mrs. Meier' mother. Latest re-
the primary election. In several I
cases, they were candidates ior ;
office, and consequently were j
mnch interested in the returns. '
The usual number ot "I told you
i so" boys were on band.
Clerk's Office Open The. of
fice of U. G. Boyer, county clerk,
was kept open Friday to afford
voter's data on the places to vote.
where to obtaiu sample ballots
and other last-minuta election In
quiries which are always made.
Dance old time every SaL Cham
bers Bldg. Admission 25c.
Visits in Salem Rev. E. B.
Lockhart of Lebanon was a visi
tor in Salem Thursday calling on
his son Frank Lockhart, a student
in Willamette university, and Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Schaeffer and Rev.
M. A. Marcy.
Loges for Race Meeting at Fair
grounds May 2fi-7-8tb. may be se
cured at Lytle's Cigar Store, 130
N. Com'l St Dial 5037.
sen, Claire Huriey. Marion Ra
don, Virginia Mason, Elisabeth
OUen, Frances Paris. Patricia
Schramm, Audrey Shay, Daphne
Underwood, Jean Bartlett, Ferol
Buswell. Dorothy Butte, Helen
Condon. Eva Crlnklaw, Shirley
Cronemiller, Virginia Cross, Jean
Beatrice Slynn, Frances French,
Ruth Jean Garnjobst. Ruth Grace.
Dorothy Hale. Charlotte Hill,
Mary Hodge,. Vera Jean Huber,
Marian Hultenberg. Barbara
Pierce, Joybelle Price, Margaret
Upjohn, Dorothy E. Williams,
Vesta Bowler. Ardis Eulrlch,
Edith Eulrlch. Estelle Grltfen.
Margaret Kelter, Margaret Kells,
Edith Morehouse, Bernlce Noak,
Bonnie Savage. Elvira Terhune,
Lorena Waddle, Grace Bailey.
Dixie Card. Anita Cook. Cath- The portraits of the late Gov
erine Dallas Helen Dasch, Flavia ernor Patterson and ex-Governor
that the aged woman was in n
very serious condition- and that
she has Little chance ror recovery.
C. V. Galloway, state tax
commissioner, went to Portland,
yesterday afternoon, where he
voted at the primary election.
Mr. Galloway previously served
as state tax commissioner in
Oregon, but later went to Port
land where he was employed in
the bond department of n bank.
Although now a member of
the state tax commission, he re
tains his legal residence in
Statebouse landscapcrs were
happy yesterday because of the
recent showers. The capitol
grounds were never more attract
ive than at the present time, due
to favorable weather conditions
and plenty of moisture.
Surveys of 22 of the 40 miles of
market roads fa the county of
which will be done this summer
are complete according to - an
nouncement ot Hedda" Swart, en
gineer. The engineer crew, head
ed by Swart has been busy on the
work tor. a number ot months get-
ung e preliminaries out or the
way as construction can start as
soon as the weather permits. -
Projects on which engineering
Is complete, follow:
Victor Point to Tate's corners,
Riches road from Victor Point
to Wlllard. 3 miles.
North Silver Falls road. 2 miles.
Talbot-Beuna Vista road, 3.2
miles. :" --- - - -
Grabeahorit cutoff from Rose-
dale road to Pacific highway, 1.2
miles. ' ' :
Broadacras-Champoeg road via
Jackson hill, 1.2 miles.
Woodburn-Hubbard road paral
leling Southern Pacific, S miles.
Mission ' Bottom road from
Wheatland terry road to Eldrledg
schools 2.2 miles.
Completion of road in the Upper
Ablqua, 1.3 miles.
Road io Sidney vicinity, I mile.
Surveys yet to be made or which
are now nader way on the sum
mer! market road program are:
Broadacres-Butteville road, I
miles. - ..V C
Goer road completion. 2 miles
surveyed, 3 miles to be finished,
or about I miles to be improved.
To be Out Next
The 1932 ediUon or the Clar
ion, Salem ' high school annual,
will be issued next Friday, if
ef the staff material!!.
Editor Betty Bonnell said yester
day. The motif of the book is
being kept at a surprise.
With unique features added
and sections rearranged, the 1932
annual will In no way resemble
last year's book. Miss Bonnell
promises. She herself designed the
cover. Tbe book will contain
around 98 pages.
Banquet to be
1 On Wednesday j
Salera : high school journalises
leading social affair of the year
will be held Wednesday night t
the Clarion newspaper and annual
banquet. At least 7K of the ISO
students participating fa Journal
istic activities arc expected to at
tend. The banquet will be held at
the Masonic temple at C:3c
o'clock. Following the banquet
program. ' the staff members will
bring guests to a dance In the
temple ball. i
The boat for Salt Creek
leaves the municipal dock here
at 8 a. in. today. All defeated
candidates for office in yester
day's primary election win
find ample accommodations.
Wain is Named President
Keene Wain, son of Mr. and Mrs,
A. T. Wain, has been elected
president ot the Sigma Chi fra
ternlty chapter on the Oregon
State college campus tor the sec
ond consecutive time, it was I
learned here yesterday. Keene is valeterla, 691 N. High
now a Junior. I
. - 1 Visit 3Ioores
Auction eui i t,T b jewoirj . Moores
store starts saturaay z:su. viuit
ting business end of month.
Fire Reported The first fire
alarm in several days was re
ceived at central station yester
day morning. The "rig" made a
run to 458 North 21st street to
extinguish a chimney blaze.
Watkins Joins Portland W. P.
."Bill" Watkins, former member
of the drum corps ot Capital Post
No. 9, American Legion, Thursday
night joined the Shrine drum
corps- at Portland. With this
corps, he will attend the national
convention at San Francisco this
Mr. and Mrs. A.
are enjoying a visit
with their daughter, Mrs. Robert
Kinney, and her children from
Auction. Sale at Love's Jewelry
store starts Saturday 2:30. Quit
ting business end of month.
Prescotts Back Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. "Prescott returned Friday
from a five-day visit to friends in
Seaside and Portland.
M W TEST
The girl first gave the name of
of Jones. She was recognized from
a bulletin received from Fairfield
officers. She said her stepmother
had ojected to her leaving home.
Her mother and father are not
More tuberculin tests will be
given to Salem high school stu
dents next week, according to
clinics scheduled by the county
. health department. Reports on
the tests will be mads on Wednes
day. The schedule is as follows.
Monday all day school clinic
a Washington school. Dr. C. C.
Dauerj all day tuberculin tests at
high school. Dr. Vernon A. Dous
las. Tuesday afternoon preschool
at Woodburn, milkhandlers at
j health "centre.
i t Wednesday all day reading of
4 morning school clinic at High-
isiuu eaava a aa wan jr vwv
r Thursday - morning preschool
. at health center. Dr. J. R. Back-
jrv strand. - -.. --
. Friday afternoon preschool
at health center. Dr. Dauer.
Saturday 1:30 to 10 a. m.
toi id-vaccination clinle .'at health
IN 11 CRASHES
nil irhiipni mm
r l i ni ir-nnuin uim
unui uiiiun unit.
i BEING HELD HERE
Mrs.' Myra L. Shank, Salem po
lice matron, last night was de
taining Mary Elizabeth Emerick,
15, pending receipt of word from
r authorities at Fairfield, Cal. The
pretty, gentle gin was rouna ot
the police in South Salem in com-
Seventeen persons were killed
and 35 S others Injured In a total
of 1852 traffic accidents in Ore
gon during the month of April, ac
cording to a report prepared Fri
day by Charles P. Pray, superin
tendent of state police.
There were 2S7 arrests for traf
fic violations, with fines aggregat
ing approximately 34057. Warn
ings were issued in 14,657 cases.
Arrests' in the general law en
forcement division of the state po
lice department number ,490.
There were 4 acquittals, with -111
cases now pending la the courts.
Fines imposed in these cases ex
The report shows that 197 acci
dents involving motor vehicles
were due to faulty signals, while
in 170 cases the drivers were ex
ceeding the speed limit. Cutting
corners was responsible too 113
. Twenty-three persons arrested
by the state police during April
were turned over to other law en
forcement units of the state and
government. Six of these arrest
Involved burglary, three larceny
and two fraud. -1
The state police Investigated
275 complaints, of which S3 were
Downs, Florenee Duval, Mildred
Guthrie, Mary F. Henderson,
Aliene Sills, Sawako Usln, Eileen
Van Eaton, Betty Wlckman, Ar
thur Dalton, Dwlght George, Rob
ert Hayser, Harold Johnson,
Burch Judson, Charles Kelley,
Jack Lansing, Douglas Mackay.
Gene McLaughlin. Aage Rohmer.
James Spltler. Pick Stearns, Ira
Winger. Burl Dutton.
Virgil Hamer, Ralph Kennedy,
Henry McClain, Vernon Carkin.
Daryl Craig, James Cooper, Rich
ard Grabenhorst, Gordon Duval,
Thomas Hill. Lawrence Hunt. Ray
Kemp, Willis Lathrop, James
Neweomb. Myron Pogue, Jack
Powers. Colin Slade. Fred Slade,
Harry Staples, Francis . Lindsey,
Francis Dunn. William Lett, Don
ald Plarcy, Ernest Snyder. Bruce
Spencer. Gerald Cotten, Thomas
Donald Medbury. Billy Phillips,
Jlmmle Sehon, Tom Gabriel, Alan
McCallister. Marian Ritchie. Ste
phen Stone. Charles Straw. Earl
Warren, Bob Brady, Stuart
Crown, Wilbur Curry. Fred Jo
hansen, 1 Carveil Leighton, Dan
McLUlan. John Lindheck. Clyde
Merty. John Osland, Walter Trag
lto, Otto Bahlburg, Jim Earle,
Dean Ellis, John Ritchie, Arthur
Staples. Rex Wirt. Rolland Wirt.
Alvln Boyd, Dick Niles, Frank
Neiderheiser. Arthur Plant,
Charles Williams. Jay Teed, Mar
tin Crabtree. Julius Hilflker, Wes
ley Goodrich, Harold Comstock.
Marlon Shorey, Glen Ward, Floyd
Bowman. Paul Burger, Clyde
Randall, Glendon La Duke, Ray
Drakeley, Donald Gildow. Jessie
Humphrey, Durward Pearson.
Donald Allport, Marvin Amund
son. Ernest Greenwood, John Lank
tree. Warren BerteUon, David
Compton, Glenn Dake, Edwin
McWain. Billy Collier, John Van
Osdol, Coburn Grabenhorst, Har
old Comstock, Norman Humphrey,
Horace Johnson, Bob Mason, Joe
Sealey, Jerry Stone; Virgil Trick,
Alva Raffety. Harry O'Reilly.
Norblad. which recently were
placed in the hall of representa
tives in the state house have at
tracted much attention. During
the past week several delegstions
of prominent citizens from Port
land and other distant Oregon cit
ies viewed the portraits. Persons
versed in art. declared that they
were among the most outstanding
portraits ot all ex-Oregon governors.
Although yesterday was a le
gal holiday, the state highway
department operated a a 1 1 1
noon. R. H. Baldock, state high
way engineer, explained that
this was necessary because of
the meeting of the commission
held in Portland Wednesday
and Thursday. -The state indus
trial accident commission work
ed the entire day, with the re
sult that several of the employ
es failed to cast their votes.
At Amity, May 20. Velaa Va
lene Motfltt Prunk. aged 38 years.
Survived by husband, Merl L.
Prunk of Amity; father and mo
ther, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Motfltt of
Salem; sister, Mrs. A. W. Black
burn of Portland; three brothers.
Verden M. of Pasadena, Victor Lee
ot Seaside, Russell R. of Salem.
Funeral services from the First
Methodist ehurch in Amity. Sun
day. May 22. at 2 p.m. with Rev.
J. L. Canneil officiating, under
the direction of Macy and Son.
James Stewart, special inves
tigator for the state land board,
has a brand new batch of Scotch
stories. Stewart is one of the most
proficient story tellers in the
Mrs. May J. Denham died May
19; 1932 at the residence, 2345
State street, aged 74 years. Sur
vived by widower. Daniel Denham.
and two daughters. Mrs. Margaret
Vadney and Dr. Mae Putnam-Hall,
both of Salem. Funeral services
Saturday, May 21 at 10 a.m. from
the Chanel of Clough-Barrlck com-
,'pany with Rev. Schierman officiat
ing. Interment Beicrest Memorial
St CM. A a. AKA In thl eltV
statehouse family, and has been irV,. Mint tb iro(
h. n.rM ,,.. i Wednesday. May 18 at the ago ot
. ' tC. 'I7J years. Survived by a son-in-iaw
ing the Put few Prior t . 0, Jstorla Funeral notice later by
coming to Salem a nm .5 j the Clough-Barrlck company.
aava asn nt Qrawavr Jsnr1 nrtm1 "
a newspaper at Fossil.
Frank Davey was among
those who came ever from 811
verton last night to receive the
election returns. Davey Is aa
ex-newspaper man, and has
served in various public capa
cities. For several years prior to
the Meier administration, he
was employed In the state grain
grading department in Port
land. He also once served as
speaker ef the house of representatives.
TO MEET TUESDIT
C. V. Bemhard, regular con
tributor of this column, was ex
pected to return here tomorrow
from San Francisco, where be
I was called as a witness in a suit
involving a Coos Bay property
Bernhard conducts the Salem bu
reau of the Associated Press. Ho
formerly lived at Marshfield,
where he was employed by the
Coos Bay Times.
At the residence, 823 South
12th. street. May 20, Rev. J. J.
Mickey, husband ot Lenora M.
Mickey; father of Mrs. May Had
ley of Turner, Mrs. Edith Mix and
Rena A. Mickey, both of Salem.
Kenneth E. Mickey of Garibaldi,
Hale Mickey of Yamhill. Lawrence
I. Mickey of Clinton, Mo.; brother
of A. K. and O. E. Mickey ef Port
land. J. B. Mickey ot Pasadena,
CaliL, D. E. Mickey of Del Notre.
Colo., and Mrs. Rebecca Smee of
Lindsay, CaliL; also survived by. 8
grandchildren. Native of Pennsyl
vania, aged 19 years. Funeral an
nouncements later by Teruuger
Funeral home, 770 Chemeketa
street. -Phone C928.
Justice James Campbell ef
Members af the state board ot
control will meet here next Tues- understudy.
hare been barred
along with Raymond Ignace, an
other outfielder. They are among
the list ruled out by doctor's or
ders, disciplinary and academic
- pany with Jasper Seymour Jones, 0n3 rt3 J?gx0J
itinerant sign painter, and an- Olc2iUcZl U r CCU
y-m m f a 1 life uuaru 01 COi
Firm Organized advent forbids.
fJDIANS WILL PLAY
-? other man, who picked her up at
a campground south of Eugene.
Jones declared that the girl is
4 respectable and that she has been
treated as a lady. Talented at
sign painting, she has been ot
marked assistance to him, he
-said. When the girl asked him
that h. ha nermttted to travel
day, when some action will be
taken in connection with construc
tion of the proposed state-owned
riower Plant. The hoard previous
y advertised for bids for the con
struction of the plant, but no, def-
tea f 4 A nvAnACn 1st wavn vmikaalaraj4
The power plant was author- Woodbum Said
lature. but no appropriation wa3 I DlpJePrintr WflT
allowed to eovar It. coat. It was Lll,aC1 A1IS lyl
argued at that time that some
contractor might be found who
would advance funds necessary
for construction operations and
accept bis payments out of tbe
Reports Friday Indicated that
ine Doard of control would re-
Beck as Hurler
At the residence. 1940 Lee
street. May 19. Ada D. Hlnas, wife
of H. C Hlnes ot Salem; mother
of Mrs. Nellie Botart, Sexsmith.
Alberta, Can., Harvey of Bend.
William ot Baadon; sister of J. M.
Carl. Bonetree, Iowa; S. C. Carl ef
Indianapolis, lad., Mrs. Elisabeth
Hines, Dubuque, Iowa. Also sur
vived by tlve grandchildren. She
was a native of Iowa, aged (2.
Friends are invited to attend fun
eral services to be held Saturday,
May 21 at 2 p.m. from the par
lors of the Terwllllger Funeral
home. 770 Chemeketa street. Rev.
Cromley officiating. Interment-
City View cemetery.
H. G. King announces that a
firm known as Standard - Feed
company has been formed which
will operate a feed and grain busi
ness in the Southern Pacific ware
with him. she was suffering from house on Ferry street behind the
hltstered feet snd a sore throat.
Statesman plant. King will be
manager. He will buy grain, hay,
straw and sell feeds. King was
formerly an employe of the
Charles R. Archerd Implement
company. The warehouse has been
Van Cleef To Mr. and Mrs.
Bernhardt H. Van Cleef. route j tltwed 4nd a Mw waik nM be8a
eight, a girl, Irene Jeanette, orn j installed.
on May 8 at the Bungalow mater-
, rUmey To Mr. and Urs. Ho
mer Charles Ramey, route four, a
rlrl. Helen Laura, born on May
It at the residence.
CHEMAWA. .May 20 The
Chemawa Indian school baseball
team which Coach Lavelle has
revamped from necessity grow
ing out ot numerous ineligibili
ties, is . scheduled to meet the
Lin field college; team this after
noon at 2:15 on the Indian
sehool diamond- - i - -( . y
. This reorganized '. outfit has
Has . Dipthena ,n'-'?u?"Vttta
. I AAllawlftfta will Va imtrtaw tn mf AVU
WOODBURN, May 20 The
Woodbum Cascade League team
will play at home Sunday, when
the locals tackle the Dayton team
at the Legion park, the game to
begin at 2:20 p. m. Woodbum
will not have the support ot Or
ville Schwab, ports id e hurler who
worked with the team early in
the season, as he has signed with
snother. team. DeGulre . and
Welsenberg will probably do the
It has been reported that the
local managers have been con
ducting negotiations with Johnny
Beck'. Monitor pitcher recently, re
leased Coast League; but he
will probably not pitch Sunday.
In this city May 20. W. E. New-
meyer. or Hanon, uregon, agei
0 years. Brother of Frank New
meyer of Hubbard. Funeral an
nouncements later by the Terwllll
ger Funeral home; 770 Chemeketa
May 23-20 Pacific Sy
nod annual , convention, at
American Lutheran church.
Farmers Union convention.
Jane 80, Missovri state
. August 14 Dakota pic
nic. - :
A first grade boy from Garfield
school is ill with diphtheria, Dr.
Vernon A. Douglas, county health
officer, reported: yesterday." As
the boy had not attended sehool
since a week ago yesterday, there
I Is no danger ot other children's
exposure, the doctor said. No one
other than the parents have been
in contact; with the case.
The boy Is not seriously . JH.
Hatfield ot basketball fame Is
being used at first base and
Franklin shifted back to the out
field, which has been, weakened
I by the loss of SelUce, who was
also a pitcher,, and S. Alexander.
Andy Peterson, catcher who could
make most hlth school teams but
hasn't been able to shunt Meaeh
em out of his job, is also being
! given a chance in the pastures.
Peter Hall, regular first saeker
,and Joseph George who was his
. YOUNG CHTXQ
ly.for treatment of
eyes, sick hands and
feet, eczema, stom
ach troubles, canoe r
and all kinds ot dis
eases. 131 State.
Dr Chan Lai
t - cninese aieaieme
1 and a
. Balcm ' -Office
Tnaan mwA Rata.
-., day S to 5 p. m. '
A PARK CEMETERY WITH
art Tea Maottt rrea the Heart .
. W leva
CITY VIEW CEMETERY
established 1803 TeL 8852
Perpetual cars provided ter
invalid Ariair , ,
:: to; Rent 1
. j . . . - i
Call 010, Csed Furniture
; Department - ,
151 North High': -'
The North American Accident
ntmo tin if sionce
Which is Issued to Statesman
aLinfcih aeW 1
Total oC $3370.03
No Delay in Paying D
W. E. Beaton. Salem. (Wrist frac
tured, car collision)
R. G. Stover, Salem. (Car over
turned) Mrs. Carl Burns. (Carl E. Burns
killed la auto accident)
Harry P. Gustafson, Salem. (Car
plunged from highway)
P. H. BCll, Salem. (Car over
turned) H. D. Hubbard, Salem. (Struck by
car while crossing street)
Mrs. Nina B. Murdlck. Brooks.
(Car struck by railroad train) . .
Mrs. H. N. Bolger, Salem. (Car
plunged Into ditch)
Ella A. Harris, Brooks. (Automo
Msxlne Graham. Salem. (Automo
Inex Welty, Salem. (Automobile
Harold Cook, Tigard. (Automobile
plunged Into ditch)
Madeline M. Glesy, Salem. (Car
J. T. Hatner, Sublimity. (Car col
lision) Valma E. Rowland, Salem. (Car
Mrs. W. W. Rosebraugh, Salem.
(Car collision )(
A. M. Patrick. Salem. (Car struck
Carl F- Green, Salem. (Hit by car
Florence Saodgrass, Amity. (Head
Ella Edelmaa. Salem. (Hit by ear
while crossing street)
Dewey A. Brundidge, Brooks. (Car
Glea W. Olmsted, Salem. (Automo
W. E. Kyle, Sclo. (Struck by car
while crossing street)
Iva B. Bushey, Salem. (Automo
Mrs. Olga G. Hoffard, Salem. (Car
W. W. P. Wlebe, Salem. (Struck
by car) v 108.57
James S. Taylor, Salem. (Auto
plunged Into ditch) 47.14
E. N. Peets, Salem. (Automobile
Mrs. Grace Chenoweth, Los Ange
les. (Automobile collision) .... 25.71
G. F. Sturges, Brooks . (Automo
bile collision) 51.42
John Bates, Salem. (Car collision) 24.22
Dovie Bates, Salem. (Car collision) 35.71
J. T. Holtz, Salem. (Car collision) 19.C4
Mrs. M. E. Wooster, Molalla. (Car
Mrs. A. L. Brown, Salem. (Struck
by motorcycle) 22.28
Win. Plckell, Shaw. (Car collision) 8.5T
Lloyd T. Van Nuys, Turner. (Car
Reda Godsey, Salem. (Car struck
Bern is Godsey. Salem. (Car col
Henry S. Peck. Salem. (Throws
from automobile) 114.21
Wayne Ransom. Aumi ville. (Auto- -
mobile wreck) 49.I4
A. P. Layton. Salem. (Car plunged
into ditch) 2S.5T
Leroy T. Foreman.. (Car collision) 12.81
Mrs. Lucy M. Boyd, Rt 8, Salem.
(Car overturned) 84.28
Rev. S. Da r low Johnson, Salem.
Car plunged from highway).... ' 98.78
Mrs. Ullle J. Crawford. RL 4, Sa
lem. (Car collision) 88.98
Doris G If fin, Rt. T, Salem. (Car
Geo. W. Boley, Salem. (Car col
James A. Lea, Chicago. (Car
pluaged from highway) 19.09
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