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Tho OIIEGON STATES3IAN, Salem, Oregon, Sunday Jtlornlnjr, October 16, 1932
TILT NEAR END
t NO AUTOS? WE FUSE TO V(ALiet
Hoover how Toting the Oval
And Making big Gains;
Maybe He'll Score
.. . . ... .
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decide whether they are discard
ing a strong leader for a weak
one; ''a captain who- has specific.
workable" plaas to win the ball
game, for a smiling, voluble, in-
definite Quarterback. , ,-
; . .
. . Democrats claim they- will carry
Oregon . but hare no - substantial
basis for the prediction except a
skinny Digest poll on votes made
weeks before the present Hoover
offensive started. They point with
glee to Increased registrations of
democrats overlooking the ob-
vlons fact that republican regis
tration has Incfeased heavily 'and
that the state will be in the totals,
almost two to one in registration
et republicans, to democrats. They
never point out that in Oregon's
history from 18S9 to 1132, this
state has sever gone' democratic
save when the historic Bull Meose
split-up came and Wilson had on'y
half a party to beat.
The state contests while ear
nest, seem tame to the bang-up
fight put on two years ago when
Julius Meier, with well-paid lieu
tenants and a power fight blaz
ing, went into office.
Eastern Oregon to
Back no Moloney
J. W., Maloney of Pendleton
WyfttJiMtt Yw - eM
When a rating prohibiting Undent aaiomobOes was passed at Oregea
State College and Oregon UnHersttyt stadeats resorted to varloea
saeans et tnuispertatien, tnclading the old-fashioned three-way -tandem
bike in nse at Oregon State. The rating brought an tnflnx
ef horses, roller skates, wagons, bicycles and scooters to the fsmpmsu.
HIGHWAY FID USE
Request to Open
Moohey Case to
Go Before Rolph
Latter off. : is Quick
'Reply From Carson
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. IB-
CAP) A formal request for a re
hearing of Tom Mooney's applica
tion for a pardon will be placed
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work a hardship upon the teams.
The meeting did not favor the I before Governor James Rolph, Jr.,
movement which is afoot to do I next' week, Cyras B. King, attor-
away with billboard advertising in I ney for the convicted San Fran-
fields along the highway. This I Cisco preparedness day bomber.
announced here today.
made a tnorougn. oanKer- nrotst was emnhatic. Farmers
like eanvass of the state and ease billboard rights and get paid
has secured many endorsers for for them as one method to raise
his pledge to improve conditions money to pay their taxes,
at the statehouse. Eastern Ore- ,.. rtr,i
gon, long itbout membership on Howell county presldent of the cotte, Portland, Ore., mountain
li VA !"d ",C5S!! anion, presided; Mrs. J. R. Car- eer, in which he expressed belief
- - ruthers served as secretary pro Be innocenuy piacea ine oomo.
tern. Renorts of county locals and that there are "obvious er
King said the request will be
based on two points, which he
said were: that sew evidence ex
ists in the story of Paul M. Call!
But mouthy Rufus C. Holman.
DUfc lTo were presented by George Potts rors" in the report upon wnicn
Incumbent has all the advantage Sydlley-Talbbt local; J. W. Governor Rolph based his denial
of constant publicity, of an agres
sive, bombastic, big "I" campaign
RahiweTl, turns him dow haW! C"Zl
the once Bull Frog, now repub
Mean candidate is the winner.
Ray Wisecarver of McMinn
ville. genial, upstanding fellow,
has covered the state as carefully
as he would plow his Yamhill
county acres but no observers
think he has a serious chance of
upsetting the gangly Hal E. Hoss
The letter's name is a household
word like Ivory Soap er -Mary
Piekford. The press is almost
solidly behind Hoss. Governor
Meier In characteristic fashion,
Fitts of Brooks local, Silas Tor- of Mooney's pardon application
vend of Central Howell and J. R. earner tins year.
rruthers of Bethel.
local union served dinner to the JfJJXl fwOTlu. lOT
Poverty is Plea
WASHINGTON, Oct. 15 (AP)
Owen D. Toung tonight called
upon the nation s lawyers to aid
in arming the world "economical
ly" to fight "poverty and distress
at the same time we disarm it
MONMOUTH, Oct. IS Mrs.
Florence Myers, who was gradu
ated, this summer' from ihe Ore-
position this fall. She had de
cided to stay on at Monmouth and
do graduate work.
She and her , husband . knew
t Continued from nam 1) I Mr. Kasnler who with hie family
T,-r.MMHW fn. nr . .o.ut.nt I settled In a Uny Tillage called
Atmtrirt. attnmAv - 1 Venator, about IS miles from
Mifiu :m;.7 th .to5 Venator . has .a .post office, and
JiSi 'rlTt "to tiiX til 251 K'01" the 'postmaster. He
a3?S Z t ' StnZZ't lo dperates a little general store
decided Friday after argument T f h
in favor of Carson, dismissing in , "v ,r.AT?.
try Lars Bergsvik, attorney for lull ZLJTl i.l "";,"r
the defendant.. !J yAAVi"VA7. "
Prlmarv - the POtenUalltiea of Venator.' as a
The fight between McMahan t - a
and Carson came out in full In
the fortnight before the primary 111 Ifll M
election May 16.
District Attorney Carson's full
statement made last night, fel
The McMahan statement is
typical. People by this time have
had demonstrated that, among
other things, he is utterly ' ir
responsible. Honorable Arlie G.I ORCHARD HEIGHTS.-Oct. IS
Walker, who heard and decided The Orchard Heights Woman's
the case, is a good and .upright I elub held its first fall meeting
Judge: and this last an Justifiable Thursday afternoon at the home
outburst is unfair to him; but I of Mrs. .William Knower. Annual
then what Is fairness to McMa- i election of officers resulted as
ban. "I follows :
invited MCManan I PreetitAnt. Ttfr PrinV Firmr:
To ame Attorney Tice president. Mrs. Guy McDow-
I knew in advance what mignti.n. ,al.nir.tnnrr un rah
be expected from this source and Bntrt un Robert adm. re-
so, on June zo isaz, i registerea tiring president, presided at the
me ionowing lener 10 .vcjiaaan: business meetinsr.
J ww .r-r-. . '
thing to have school . there . this
year. :-vvv ;; .. '
- So Mrs. Myers and her two chil
dren, June and Lee, went to Ven
ator to join the husband and fath
er, and Mrs. Myers is to be the
teacher. . That Is she will teach
school if enough children can be
"rounded up" to. meet the school
law's numerical requirements.. -
Since reaching ' Venator,' Mrs.'
Myers has written to Monmouth
friends. MWe have a two room
house, "freshly pain ted, to live in.
The vast expanse of waste - land
around us looks ' enormous,'-but
we find it interesting." ; 1
So do colonies grow la frontier
places. S For that desert is practi
cally frontier, in its sparse settle
ment by mankind. But' who can
predict what transformation may
come o'er the spirit of .their dream
in the years to come? - ,
n nnin n
wum a M.UD u
The society voted to hold meet
ings on the second' Thursday of
each month instead of twice a
v ' ' ,,., . month as in former years. Mrs.
I have instituted a proceeding I ,.v- m v., vK.M.
awovuo Aanbv wut rm nawvw
Thursday, Nov. 10. Fifteenv mem-
to obtain a declaratory judg
ment rn- the matter of the pay-
ment of salary to a stenographer b.e" pIV!i ISM
and to a deputy district attorney A5fh"lald of Albany " tp6ci-1
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roy, new-
lyweds, were complimented Wed
nesday evening by an impromptu
orchestra composed of friends
and neighbors who visited them
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:teristic iasnion, .... nhvsicallv
, j. i v iw- v i TaTA rair nnon t nn nme or oiorr i -
out of county funds. I am ad
vised that you have read the com
plaint and so it is unnecessary
for me to describe the proceed
lng at length.
TV. A...UJ AM UtlM.itAM
. unexpectedly at their home on tbe
JifJf--v-.lf vle.-i-ii-0mr I R.W. Clarke farm.
A . vAM.n aii Guesti of Mr. ana Mn. Ammon
- Mrs. Robert Stiles of Seattle and
Tl.Z.Z.r. :., Mrs. H. P. Smites of Reedsville.
declarations In the recent politi- Mrs. C. H. Fisher is in Portland
i 7. ' V" . v ' . . where she is a guest of her sister.
krL. , ,v Mrs. C. A. Tommaseene and of her
LLX ti'J J mother, Mrs. Juliet Bingner who
"!f ,7LCr.ld Cm,. Calif., where she expect, to
represent the county in the mat
ter and an effort will be made
to procure such attorney for
W: irT .. w"a's Vsked"Vo act j!"'
remain six months.
Mrs. Cash Roberts has received
a message from her husband who
i i 1 IT... 1 Alll1.1lA
D"8.e 'OY"s riTwn oVnVsen hlmlt lasi ing session of the 55th annual
ZZ? "1.."". nlsrht as well nleased with the un- meeUng of the American Bar as-
Over Starkweathe? usually high rating which Marian sociatlon. the New York business
m ia ' I rountv products received in com- leader and attorney said that in
the edge In his race with Harvey petition with other dairying
G. Starkweather. Mott has left cauues.
not a rostrum unoccupied if he
lo. I planning for the future the legal
profession is Inadequately organ
ized for the Job, and excepting a
few relatively great Judges, it is
not taking its responsibility ser
Afford 97 JobsGonzaga Eleven
Wesley an 61 to 6
was given opportunity anywhere W nrlr Zinfl
in V.I. H.trit fnrhAT hlii ram- i XVlCtll WW Win. CZiilA
paign. Some Hawley support will
go to Starkweather who is prob
ably more dry, more conservative,
more cautious, as a supposedly
nrasresslve democrat, than Mott
la as a supposedly conservative Road work and onion planting
reoublican. In truth to listen to furnished employment -for 97 men
. I m . A. rM
Mott'n dneeches one would never nere aurmg me pasi wees. Dixty
tvia. mrt niatfnrm from I sir men wem eiven work along
" r I " . " .. .... I CDAiriMO IE 1 IH
v,. .oM I nrhw lins hrvner tne total OI mea I oruiuuio, wi. n
WUtV Al I " ' v . I . . .1, . : .
Roy R. Hewitt of Salem is securing places through the saiem osa looioan team ueeu
making an agressive, extensive Y. M. C. A. - U. S. employment oupero Va"g iiiuiub
campaign for the supreme court office up to 153. Only 30 new ap- tack here todayto humble the
Judgeship and Chief Justice Bean plications ror worn were receiTea ,vi"s "
hn ) haM Indlln1 nfflcA more 1 from men. I n. to 6.
than three decades is distributing Women looking for work were Gonzaga used two periods to
less fortunate. Twenty-two new Daner mo uanotaus ouwo, ro up
applications were received; four zi points in tne third period, and
women WPTB nlaced. two as onion then threw in a team of second
nlanters. one as a waitress, and anatnira stringers in tne last per
one at housework. d. Although the score went to
Gonzaga, tne customers plaudits
r ' j A t ror gameness went to tne w es
Lrame noaru siSK& leyans
i but he declined.
John H. Carson
McMahan received the forego
ing letter and sent word to wait
until he had taken his vacation.
We waited until he had taken two
vacations; but on his return and
ever since he has studiously avoid-
ever since ne nas stuaiousiy avoia- i v D T
ed the matter. The reason, of l 0726 EanK
course, was mat ne men anew ana I f j
now knows that the decision of 1 Chain IS UDened
expose him to the people
Did Not Object
jio XAwyer tnosen I wiamwr.TftM r 1 e rim
The county then employed an . .v.,.. .,'.
attorney to represent it. McMahan v.v .r h.
w nuium "w': country, opened for business to-
eards right and left., and seeing
to it that his friends xet busy to
counteract the greater activity
of his opponent. Hewitt Tel ies on
public desire for a change in all
officials, on his youth, on his ag
gressiveness, to make things hard
for Bean who through experience
and name, has an edge on him.
Frederick W. Stelwer will win
the United States senatorship. it
Is almost certain. Walter B. Glea-
. son, democrat, has kept going like
a bird dog after a pheasant but
Gleason knows Stelwer is strong
and concedes his only chance for
victory would be a victory for
Roosevelt In the state, so large
that his own little boatitfAAd be
pulled along by the liner.
List Faces Voter .
Thirteen initiative and referen
dum measures confuse and af
fright the voter. The urge to vote
"no" when in doubt will be prev
alent. The school merger bill ap
pears to be far behind. Eugene has
left no stone unturned to fight the
measure. Her thoroughness has
tbe desperation of a man fighting
the plague. The mergerites, save
for the aid given by Zorn and Mac-
- pherson and the Corvallls crowd,
are without great organisation or
Os West:s truck bill Is popular
with many people simply because
they hate the trucks. The most
widespread opposition comes, of
, course, from, the truck men but
the next attack is by people who
want trucks regulated but think
West. I.e. the railroads, the wrong
party to do the regulating. They
feel that West's bill, proposes to.
regulate oy killing truck com
petition, s i
A coalition exists among the
prohibitionists and constitutional
Ssta in opposition to the Anderson
repeal act. Only the rabid "wets
will support it for the measure's
passage would leave Oregon in
the anomalous, unsound position
of declaring liquor selling illegal
by the constitution but taking
away the law necessary to put the
constitution in effect. Fair-minded
men are saying that it Oregon
wants to go "wet" she should do
it honestly by repeal of her consti
tutional prohibition and not do It
by stripping her constitution of
The Oregon state game commis
sion has filed application with the
state engineer here to appropriate
water from the Necanlcum river
ffo niit .ira in niatjtnn eonntv: I ine senooi consolidation wui do
tii; mnnnt of water reauired 1 discussed at the chamber of com
was not set out In the annllcatlon. erce luncneon Here mis nwa oy
Th starlinr Mlnine comnanv A. K. Bergman of Corvallls. The
of Medford seeks to appropriate lu
20 second feet of water from the on "i" fovemow woi, ana
T.mi Annlrt river and trlbu- n proToea a. great qmi oi ais
OFFICERS TO BE NAMED
KINGWOOD, Oct. IS The
membership of . the Book and
Thimble elub 'are reminded that
. the first meeting ef the year will
be held Thursday, Oct. 20 at the
heme of the president,' Mrs. Ray
. Laeey: Annual eleetion of officers
will be held at that time.
Water Right or MergeT PIan to
nazenery nam Rfl nisniwesetl at
The affirmative propositions on
taries and Glade fork, for placer
mining in Jackson county.
cussion over the state.
Berman will tell why be thinks
Oregon's educational institutions
should be consolidated. Two
weeks hence the other side of the
rl. . l-ttmtn oiiege merger picture win De
JEFFERSON, Oct. 15 Lin
den k. LAuner oi Aioany is or-1 rn ni n -
ganlzing classes In voice and pi- 1 ire jllDS V TOm
m m wa M - a. -a I sa
ano in jeiierson. nia iataer, tao rr v j. At -
late Rev. F. W. Launer was pas- 1 TUCK ZO UdUSc
tor of the local jsvangeiicai
church for several years, and
Linden attended the Jefferson
school. Mr. Launer's ability as a
musician Is well known
Last spring he; conducted - the
chorus in the community sing
An mi trvvnrvXilsn. avnoA IT im
"IV Nash or Portland was wrecked
here Saturday when it was struck
here durlng Music week, andhas olf from a wnel of a passing
iso aojpcu ui uiuw vm"; track. The car was unoccupied at
the time. ... - .
Officers said the truck drive
apparently did not miss the tire,
as he could not be located. The
tire and rim weighed approxi
mately 150 pounds.
County is Heavy
Although accurate figures had
. m M. a
not oeen complied late saturaay i y n
afternoen. Marion county officials J ambling KpOrt
Ba.ia.tUO nsuuou lui. tu aivt- i m mm m
vember election in Marion county AWaitS Meeting
. - - u
death of his sister, Mrs. Bly Wea-
therhead. Mr. Roberts was called
to St. Louis a week ago by his
sister's illness. He will remain
for a visit with his mother and
other relatives before coming
ment at the time it was made and
never said one word against it un
til the case was decided against
him in all particulars. The attor
ney for the tounty used McMa
han 's "law" and more, too, not-:
withstanding- McMahan's state
ment to the contrary. This attor
ney presented the matter more
ably than McMahan could have in
i day, ready to receive applications
for loans on small home mort
The new structure began offi
cial life without formality or cel
At headquarters here. Franklin
W. Fort, chairman of the Federal
home loan bank board, said be
was "very pleased to announce
'Registration of voters tor the
November election in Tillamook
and .. Sherman . counties shewed a
decrease wnen compared wun mat
of four years ago. The complete
registrations of these two coun
ties were received at the state de
partment Saturday. ,
The republican registration In
Tillamook county dropped S99, or
from 4897 four years ago to 428
this year. The democratic regis
tration was 1404, or a gain of
277. The total registration In
Tillamook county was reduced
from C228 to 5785.
Sherman county registered 381
democrats this yesr, which iwas
the same number reported feat
years tso. .The republican regis
tration dropped from 1005 to 959.
The total registration In Sherman
county this year was 13 C 8 as
against 1403 four years ago.
The county registrations are
eomlng in slowly and It Is not
likely that the complete figures
tor the state will be available be
fore late next week. .Nine coun
ties had reported today.
The Baker county report was
incomplete and had to be returned
to the county clerk there for cor
Plot to Kidnap
Basis of Arrest
REDLANE, Calif.. Oct. IS
(AP) Two of tour men suspect
ed bv ooliee or clotting to kidnap
at least ten millionaires winlering
in southern California, Including
Clarence G. White, Cleveland
Ohio, philanthropist, were ar
raigned today on charges of crim
inal conspiracy and attempted ex
tortion and held under 925,000
The two men, Charles W. Lom
bard SC. and William Snyder, 85.
and a third, Eddie Dow. 30. who
with the fourth, Ernest Tex Ward
23, are- in the San Bernardino
county Jail without charge, were
arrested near the home of Dr. C.
L. Lombard, wealthy retired Red
lane physician, but no relation to
Charles Lombard under arrest.
Opponents'; Claim : Placing
uepression ' Biame on .
' G. 0. P. Refuted
college as a whole. "The Oregon
State club of -Portland referred-
tq in the press today, is newly
formed - Independent body of al-1
suit of that city. . .. j - t. i
The statement of President C. jv
.Dunn, ooncernlnr the position.
of the Alnuni association is that - - 'I
the directors that a measure ot : i .
this nature should .be left to each - -
mamauai memoer-or tne orgaaj-. J.
uttna Tn m r Vnns-ljul wm a nth.
er. action -by the association ia j "
. . . . . a..-
(Contlnood. from pace 1) ', ,
in Ignorance or, or "apparently
have not yet learned or what he
said were the effects . of certain
post war happenings in foreign
countries. , - - -. - - -
He named the killing or incapa
citating of 40.000.000-boys and
men, .the.. "harsh treaties. which
ended the war." The increase ot
standing armies ot the -world
from 2.000,00 to 5.000.000 men.
agitation In India- and-the revolu
tlons In China and Russia. .
"They have- ignored," - he said.
"the effect of 'Russia's dumping
Into the " world ' the commodities
takengrom its necessitous people
In a. desperate effort to secure
money with which to earry on
shaU I call it a new deal." Af
ter naming'. the overproduction
of commodities in various other
countries, revolutions in still oth
ers, the abandonment of the gold
standard in some of them and a
wave of "fear that swept over
our people, he added:
"Yet ia the face of all these
tremendous facts, our democratic
friends leave the impression with
the American people that the
prime cause of this disaster was
the boom in flotations and stock
prices and a small increase in
The president quoted from
bulletin of the national bureau ot
economic research, a statement to
the effect that the "depression in
the world began in. 11 countries
having a population of ' 00,-000,000-people,
before it appear
ed .in oJujr. cocatfry. . ,
Leading in Race
For Y. Members
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CORVALLIS. Ore.. Oct. 15
(AP) No action for or against
the Zorn-Mc Pherson school con
solidation bill has been taken by
the AJnmni association of Oregon
State college, E. C. Allwortb, se
cretary, said today. His statement
was issued aa the result of mis
understandings arising from the
action of an Independent local al
umnl group in Portland endors
ing the bill. His statement fol
"The action of the board of di
rectors of the Alumni association
taken on August 1, and still in
force was to the effect that the
organised alumni would take no
part in the campaign on this eon
trorersial issue. That action still
stands, regardless of the expres
sion of any Individual group. Tbe
recent action by a group in Port
land in supporting tbe measure
Is not to be taken as an official
statement of the alumni ot the
McMahan said, also, that the i. . .:...7 v rtJ.v.r it l
taxpayers were not represented. "-"C J- .VT Ilv
. I which was the mark set six weeks
was a taxpayer except McMahan
If ha hail hp An tarnavor an at-
Z&StSXiTEt'FrlSZ Lad? oi Junior
to the proceeding,
McMahan cannot laugh this
matter off so far as decent people
are concerned. In this instance, as
in many others, he abused the
high office with which he has been
entrusted in order to do a mali
cious injury to another and he
cannot excuse himself by damn-
High Guests at
Y. Open House
Parrish and Leslie Junior high
boys topped off a Jubilant week
end by attending Y. M. C. A. open
house offered them Saturday,
lng everybody else as he has al- adding to their pleasure over the
Three in Court
Of Vehicle Law
Traffic violations, including
two appearances for no licenses,
caused three men to be haled
before Judge Miller B. Harden
C. H. Sears pleaded guilty to
operating a motor vehicle with
out operator's license, and the
case was continued 30 days for
sentence. - - - -
: J. D. Lott admitted . driving n
car without license plates, which
violation cost, him 1S fine and
court costs. -.
Improper lights on his ear
were admitted by Vernon Price,
and his case was continued until
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock
for passing sentence.
would approximate 2000 in excess
of that four years ago.
The registration tour years ago
was 27,261. r
5 J J
The report of the special com
mlttee for the investigation of
gambling at the state fair, will be
given to the city council at Its
meeting Monday, night. The com
mittees met Saturday afternoon
PARIS. Oct, 15 (AP) Lead
ers of Premier Edouard Herriofs .nA .ninn1at0 u. twir n.rt
i J v 7 lJr pro"";i,, of which will be divulged before
iuuj ivmuiiuw " Monday's meeting.
uwuuus wuuiu Dims au luuuau
in their representation . In the
upper house. -! : .
- E. G. SIEGMTJND VTSIT8
STAYTON, Oct. 15 Mr. and
Mrs. E. G. Siegmund, of Long-1
view. Wash., are visiting this week
with their son, J. L. and wife and
. He Ctargs fr CaaMltattea 1:
. : KlsM sa4 y Calls .
Dr. B. H. White .
OttsopsUile FbyslcUa sad Smgeoa
" Piles Ixtml Cner RrmoT2 '
. with U4i'iB , .
Offkt: S6 SrU Cpttl JUitt
Tvlcohoao 60 3S , .Mm, Otcm
Croquinole Ringlet End
Wavers Co. -
307 First Natl Bank Bids.
' ' - Tel. 1183.
Branch ot Castle Pioneer Per
manent Wavers, Portland.
showings made by the football
teams of both schools against
Oregon City anowWest Linn.
Swimming, races, relays and
soccer were among the diversions
with the boys occupying the tank
in three different groups, under
the direction ot Bob Boardman
and Gus Moore.
RECEPTION FOR TEACHERS
SALEM HEIGHTS, Oct. IS
The Woman's club ot Salem
Heights are sponsoring a recep
tion to be held in honor ot the
new teachers, to be held at the
community hall Thursday night.
Oetober 20. There will be music
during the evening and light entertainment.
Dent Corn Yield
Here is Unusual
S. E. Stanton of route three,
box 228, has harvested two acres
ot yellow dent corn that he de
fies even farmers of the corn belt
to go one better. From the two
acres he has stored 75 bushels of
corn of finest quality. A box of
ears he brought into Tbe States
man office shows little giant ears.
some measuring better than 12
lnehes, with even, full rows of
Without Operation er Lom ef Ttne
Sa Orefoa B1A . Pkene 5S0S
Let aa help you with your
High Grade Cedar and Min
eral Surfaced Shingles
Hansen & Lfljequist, Inc.
Dealers tn Lumber and
Church and Mill TeL till
Captain Carle Abrams led the '
attack ar his Y. M. C. A. member- ,
shin team marched toward recruits
lng honors, turning In almost half r r
ot the day's, membership and t
Died r moneys . RrTtnrr "Clanrtt. '
Hells announced Saturday.--A'-'1
Abrams announced seven new.
m rv V are filMenJf .wi 1aaA fflw
ejal pledges to help bolster the--
mi Jtatl m. V V B V MaVlMM A SA. J
ues o tuvaae v a w a o tusiaviuQ en er
Ul of 15400 pledged to date in tho
annual memoersnip and financial-drive.
Another meeting ot the teams
will be held Monday noon. .
SMOKE SCREEN DISAPPEABft
VALSETS, Oct 15. The air Is
once more--cleared of the blue.
smoke screen which has hovered
over Valsets for weeks, following
generous downpours ef rain.
One Cent a Day
Brinss $100 a Month
Over One-half Million Dollar Al
ready Paid in Cash Benefits
One cent a " day ($3.15 per
year), invested in a National Pro
tective Policy, will now buy more
insurance benefits from any other
Company for any amount p to
110 per year.
This new policy, paying benefits
up to $100 each month or $1,000
to $1,500 at death, is now being
sold to all men, women and chil
dren, between the ages of 7 and
SO years, whether employed or
The benefits for auto accidents
of $100 a month (instead ef tbe
usual $50 a month) Is said by
many to be alone worth the entire
cost ot $3.15 per year. Yet this is
but one of the many features of
this new and unusual policy.
The national Protective Is tbe
largest and oldest company ef Ita
kind in the world. It has paid
ever one-half million dollars im
cash to thonsands of lte pollry-
boldera when cash was most
Send No Money
For 10 days' tree Inspection ot
policy, simply send name, age, ad
dress, beneficiary's name and re
lationship to National Protectivo
Insurance Co., 503 Pickwick
Building, Kansas City, Mo. No
medieal examination or other red
tape. After reading policy, which
will be mailed to you, either re
turn it or send $3.15 which pays
you up for a whole year 315
days. Send today while offer is
still open. Adv.
WHY stay homo on one
HAcKanoiog street? It costs
no more to pay your rent to the
Eetpress of Britaia for four etoachs
eeitc winter when rot travel round-
the-world. Leave New York City
'en December 3 for 139 glonou
eays.vkit 01 ports end piece . . .
live a eey and specious life.
Passengers emitting; includ
ed shore excursions will be
allowed $500 redaction mio
w. h. dcacoh eon. AGENT passu ocpt.
WW Oma o
TRAVIS School of DANCE
Gasses for Children and Adults in
Tap - Ballet - Acrobatic - Ballroom
Morning claases for women .
offering a short course In
Jazz and popular music. Learn to play in ten lessons.
3810 Enrofl Now 7483
Larmer Transfer &
"e Also Handle Fuel 03 and Coal :.
. , that holds jnst Eke your hand and the ., .
Little Doctor? Truss
with its sponge rubber and self leveling air pads
will be demonstrated fat our store
Monday, October nth.
by their inventor, Mr. L D. Candien, (and' lady attendant), presi
dent of the Clark-Oasdlon Co., Inc, of Eaa Francisco, largest man,
of acturers and fitters of TRUSSES, ABDOMINAL RH3UCER8
AND SUPPORTERS, ELASTIC HOSIERY , ARCH SUPPORTS,
ETC, in the West.
Ur. Qeodion will un you the best type ef appliances for your par S
www wmm. we personally guarantee ma work. g
We cannot too strongly mrga yon to take advantage of this oppor- C
tontty for conscientious, scientific service at no extra charge.
v Consultation and Advice Free
ital Drug Store
. J. H. WILLETT.- c c.
Corner State and Liberty Street -
other' relatives. " -