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. At Portland Mt Mri. Juanita
Hald, president of the newly or
; ganlxd v- Salem Credit . Woman's
Breakfast clnb, Mrs;' Carolyn Jen
ace, Miss Alice Mathey and Miss
'Mae Seel ey, all members, were la
Portland TTtresday morning to at-
' tend the -avetlng of the Portland!
Credit woman's Breakfast; elub.
, which meets at the Multnomah
- hotel. A report, on j the tlsltation
will be given at th next meeting
t the Ealem club, at the Marlon
hotel " Tuesday, October . J 5, at ; 7
''clock, V- - rjy&M JY: t
Tak your' aViation1 training; at
home and receive 10-hour Hying
coarse wlthoaf additional cost,
Write, Phone or Call at Eyerly
Aircraft Corp.? SalenC
, "Ask Wheat Purchase 3afeway
f tores here this week "are asking
each customer" to "buy- a bushel
f of wheat" as a cooperative move
sto assist wheat producers the na
tion over who this year have re
ceived less .than the cost of oro-
, ductlou tor. ; their produeVi The
store management trusts the cam
- paign being carried on through
out the Safeway system irlll as-
; sist m reducing the wheat surplus
and thus in increasing prices. '
Who killed Jenny Wren? See
"Phantom of Crestwood." Now!
Warner Uto. VAnlnnrtt
. : Class Starts All persons inter
ested In the eveninr classes for
high school subjects will meet la
room 2P. at the high school build
ing at 7:30 tonight, announced
T. T. McKenxie, vocational direct
or, last night. It enough persons
are Interested in these evening
classes plans will be made to start
them Immediately. The purpose
is to benefit particularly those
who are because of work or some
other reason unable to attend
school in the day time.
Httesser Claim PaidNotice
that judgment for 887 and iS
St court costs assessed against
JAbby, McNeill and Llbby has
been paid, was filed yesterday In
circuit court here b Karl Hues
ser, plaintiff in the action. The
ease was a test One Involving a
dispute over certain cannery con
tracts. Subsequently other plain
- titfs against the canning company
settled their complaints out of
The Statesman Annual Bargain
Period will end within a tew more
days. Our offer. The Oregon
Statesman, to any address In Ore
gon by mail only, S3 per year.
Order today don't delay.
On Grange Trip Mrs. Marie
Flint McCail. state grange lec
turer, will be In eastern Oregon
next week to attend two large
grange gatherings., at LaGrande
and also In Umatilla county. Ray
uui or Portland, state grange
master, will also be present at
. these sessions.
Boys Place Lena Belle Tartar,
music director, announced that 34
boys hav ben selected for the
Salem high school glee club. They
arei First tenors, A. Doerksea, K.
Smith, 'Jess Smith.' and 'BrUtley;
second tenors. W. Beckett, J.Bil
Hter, C. Mason, E. Maasrz, Charles
rerry ana E. savage;? first bari
tone,: Delbert Anderson; Balls n
tyae, C. Camming. D, Hose,-Bill
Jadsoa and Edwin Potter; second
baritone. Bill Bush. Jack Bash. H.
Jepson, Gerald Mlntoa. Prime and
Paul 8flke. , .
Leave $3686 la BankOf the
estate of the late B.-S. Thurston,
valued at SI98S, $3(86 was cash
in an 'Albany savings bank, an
appraisal : filed i In probate court
hero yesterday shows. K. s. Thur
ston is administrator of the estate
sll of which consists of personal
property. Appraisers wero- John
Callahan B. S. Richardson. JE. XL
Tho- Statesman Ann u al- Bargain
Period will end within a few more
days. Our offer, The ; Oregon
Statesman to any address la Ore
gon ,by, mall only. $3 per year.
Order today don't delay.
Total Increases Money taken
in for now memberships and con
tinuances of old In the T. M. C.
has now reached a total of
SS09S.2S. This was shown at the
noon luncheon for team members
at the Y yesterday. Total taken
in lor the day was 3533 Carlo
Ablauts-' team turning In the larg
est amount, $217.
Wanted, used turn. Tel. 1110.
Love Bird Case A hearing will
bo held In justice court this morn
ing la the case against William
Romdenbough. accused of larceny
by bailee. He is accused of failing
to give to the owner of two love
birds tho money for which ho sold
them. Kenneth Keuseher made
the complaint as owner.
Makes Animal Report Anna
al report of the First: National
baak, guardian of the estate of
George I. Whitsell, Insane, was
mado In circuit court hero yester
day. Income for the year was
$627; outgo was 1490. Tho value
of the trust Is $845.
Dance Turner every Fri. nite. Will
Valley boys playing.
Socialist Plan The "Thorn
as for President' organization of
Willamette university students Is
offering to furnish, speakers to
any group that wishes -Information
concerning the socialist can
didate, Norman Thomas, or, the
party piauorm ana principles.
Household furniture for sale; See
Mr, Gheer. ,212 Oregon Bldg..
10 to 6. Tel. 7783.
FOR CHIHO SOD
Senator to Speak on Radio
National Hookup Then
Go to Washington -t
Senator Charles Z McNary and
Mrs. McNary leave soon for Chi
cago, where October 21 the sena
tor wflltpeak on a national broad
cast la behalf of the ' republican
party. Tho senators plans i then
call for a speech in Indiana la be
half of tho campaign of Senator
James , Watson, a speech la Iowa
and ono In West Virginia, all be
ing made under the auspices of
the republican national commit
Tho senator said yes terdav that
he bought Hoover's chances were
exceedingly good, with tho D resi
dent gaining steadily? Ho predict-
ed that Oregon would stay safely
la tho republican Column.- Senator
McNary pointed out that tho num
ber of democrats seemed largo be
cause " the party's members; are
quite talkative but her observed
that the large, quiet vote was stay
ing with the party, v..-? f
Women to Vote Dry
Senator McNary said cltlsoas
would bo surprised by tho strength
of the dry vote to bo cast by wom
en In Oregon. Ho said this vote
was going to Hoover and was now
being thoroughly organised by or
ganisations which did not feature
In publicity but which were very
- After his campaign addresses
tho senator will go on to Wash
ington. Ho will bo there tho largo
part of tho time before 'congress
assembles tho first Monday In De-
comber. This congress, the so-called
"lame duck" session, will .prob
ably bo the last of its kind to bo
hold in' the nation's history inas
much as tho Norris amendment to
be the federal constitution, now
approved by congress, would abol
ish this , session and substitute
therefore a session convened in
January after tho president had
rbeen Inaugurated tho first of that
month Instead of March 4 as Is
tho present custom. -The Norris
amendment has already been, ap
proved br nearly a seore of states
THINGS are, almost back to
normalcy la the state capltol
' building-Kenneth Randall Is
back dispensing food over .. the
lunch counter. Ho was absent for ;
a week or so. claiming ho was 111.
Friends of Randall's however ho-;
lieve howas on a vacation and
used a cold as aa alibi. Anyhow:
wo are glad to see him back.
Ob top of iaformatkm about
salary redactions, tho state de
partment e higher education
has something- - also to worry
'about; A reorganisation of that
department now appears in tuo
otflag. at least ail tbiafs i
Mtheatle . Information points
that way. Bat sock is tho fate
of political jobs. ; , r:-,;,;
Floyd .Cookv" for at ex : chairman
of the stat republican commit
tee, was a business visitor in sa-
4eoa yesterday.. Floyd is iaterested
in tho mayoralty election la .Part
land sad declares thero are some
good men running. Ho says Joo
Carson Is coming to tho Tore rap-
Idly along with Schnll and Maek,
At the residence on route 1
Jefferson, Tuesday, October 18
Euamay white, aged zs years
Survived by widower, N. C. White
ot Jefferson; two daughters. Bet
ty and Barbara at. home; father,
Marion Davis of Lake county, Call
fornia; brothers. George and Em
erald Davis of Kelseyvllle, Cal.;
grandmother, Mrs. N. M. Young
of Santa Rosa, Cal. Funeral serv
ices from the chapel of Clongh
Barrlck company Thursday, Orto
' ber 29, at 3:15. p. m., with inter
: ment In the Lee Mission ceme
; ter. V ;..
At tli residence,- 2045 Maple
avenue, Tuesday October 18, Mrs.
1 Alice S. -Grittoa, aged 46 years.
Survived by widower, William A.
Grltton of Salem; one daughter,
Agnes Grltton; son, Wiljard Grit
ton; three sisters., Mrs. Velds
Bushnell ot Redmond.. Mrs. Millie
Lehman of Portland nd Mrs.
John Moeck of Bend; two broth
ers, Orvillo Morris of Bend and
OscaT Morris of Redmond; moth
er, Mrs. Robert Morris ot Red
mond. Funeral services will be
conducted by Rev. Guy L. Drill,
minister ot First Christian church,
at 11 a. m. Thursday, October 20.
Interment City View cemetery.
Music by CIouga-Barrick quartet.
Granted License A license to
wed was granted here - today to
John Mitchell, 32, farmer, Day
ton; and Leila Barker, 29, 615
North 15th street, Salem, a house
keeper. Justice of the Peace Hay
den, was scheduled-to perform the
Caao Dismissed Case of tho
Building Supply company against
Gladys K earns Hamel and others
was dismissed yesterday when lit
lgants adjusted their claims out of
court. Tho matter wss up in cir
cult court here.
Check Vagrant Fined Ed Bar
trutf ot Salem yesterday pleaded
guilty when arraigned In munici
pal court on a eharge ot giving a
check not backed up by sufficient
funds in the bank. Judge Poulsen
collected a $5 line from him.
Hazel Green, Satur-
;hl ii 0 1 Cccsmzxes
J --. t v -
Wo weren't going to mention
Wayno Pettifs trip to. PorUand
but something- tills as ha was tho
one who augmented this column
last Sunday telling about . aa at
tractive : youag woman eaUiag
j-our correspondent Mr. Biros tela
sad r then . writing,' something
about cigars being passed, so . wo
ust couldnt resist , this chase.
Tbo state benrd of control
met in Portland yesterday" tn
Governor Meier's new offtcea la
the ML F. store. No
of a news
beard nesj-Jbers did ceaxntder
bodget eattmates, and held a
conference en other matters of
state interest. -
Gosh, Oregon is getting oa the
map, thanks to Governor Meier.
Why, even Richard Washburn
Child, democratic writer and oth
or writers applaudiag Roosevelt.
pointed to Oregon and its .gover
nor In an attempt to attack Hoo
ver. That surely should giro Hoo
ver a great boost in this state.
Child referred to Meier's state
ment urging tho retention of tho
present administration as "ship
wreck polities.' Ho goes further
declaring this typo of politics was
"sapping for political purposes,
tho confidence of tho nation." Ho
should have .waited until after ho
heard Roosevelt last night so ho
wouldn't have embarrassed' tho
democratic nominee. Ho eertalaly
wouldn't hare written that today.
Final Account Filed Final ac
eount In the estate of Henry K.
Gillon, deceased, was filed in pro
bate court yesterday by Rossie A;
Linfoot who serred as executrix.
osne people kind of take n
liking to rodeo. Even after
seeing the bronchos every day
at the state fair for a week and
writing; reams abovt It, wo hare
heard of them going np to Port
land to see the same darn thing
boosted perhaps by a little more
citified line of propaganda. A
member of the press gang tho
Oregonian representative in
fact was one of these who
wanted more, apparently.
Total Increase is 30,457;
- Other .Counties: Also
Report Gains .
ties are yet
to report complete regietratioa
figures .to the i secretary of
state, bat it is expected they
win send them along- before the
and of the week. Mnttneeaah
and Lane counties? are tho lnrg
ect of tho seven .yet to eesao an,
Jackson connty yesterday - re
ported gal-of more than 6
WW totew, the largest Ii
aoffar.vr :.- ,..(,...
. Thr state land board aad the
state trcasorar's . of flea, can ' vet
aown.t work again, as the at
traction just outside their win
dows is gone. For saveral months
now employes there eoaldnt heln
eat watca ue insuauuoa at a
now hollar tn tha eapttol aad an
tho work that goes with It. Tho
Ob is now completed.
wo wiU wtthnoid pwhUea-
tiom for at least another day.
This no doubt Is a mean trick
est oar friend Don, bat he de
livered the letter to as so then
.we told hint it won ail about
him. end would set
a while nbeut tho content.
Alpha Phi Alpha
To New Dwelling
A threecoraorod deal tnvolrlnr
$49,000 was completed here this
week by the Leo N. ChUds Real
ty company. Alpha Phi Alpha
sorority of Willamette university
purchased the N. C. Kafoury
house, a large stucco residence
at 710 N. 8ummer street. Tho re
sidence the sorority is vacatlnx
at 1190 Oak street has been sold
to Clay Larkins.
Business property In Carlton
Ore., known as the Brooks hotel
was sold by Larkins to N. C
Kafoury. Aside from the hotel.
there are foar store fronts.
The sorority will move to Its
aew homo Friday.
MONITOR, Oct. 19 Monitor
Grange will hold its homecoming
Thursday night, October 20. An
interesting program is being
2 Jackson - county reported tho
largest jreglstratlea laerease ot any
ot tao 29 -counties that have re
ported . to the secretary, of state ,
following tho close of registration
October 8- . Jackson reported a
gala of S210 over tho total registration-"
of loar. years, ago, Beth
repablfeaa and democratic gains
also wore tho highest so far tiled.
Multnomah and Lane are Includ
ed in tho seven counties remain
ing to ssend in their, official fig
ures. . .
Three other eoaatles. filing re
ports today, all showed increases
in totals and in the major par
ties. They are Col a m bla. "Ca rrV
and Josephine. Their flgareo' brisg
tho total gain to dale-to 30,457.
of which' 11.148 are republican
and J.0.7T1 democrats.- : t:Vi.
Jackson county listed . It. 11 4
ropablleaaa,' aa 4aerease-bf -2513
over tha 1923 registration. Demo
erata listed were C 501. or a gala
of 2809. All other parties listed
534. a slight decrease from minor
parties in the last preetdeatial
election. Tho total is 19.130.
Josephine county registration
increased 1009, ot whkh 649 were
republicans aad 4)2 democrats.
Complete figures wore 4523 re
publicans,. i860 democrats. 188
from an other parties for a total
Colambla coaaty reported 5580
republicans, er 151 more than, in
1928, bat tho democratic rota
jumped 577 tor a total of 2355.
It also reported 183 from aU oth-
or parties tor a total of 8118.
Carry county reported 1812 re-
publlcaas, aa increase of 864 over
tour years ago; 617 democrats.
ah Increase of 190. aad 71 from
other parties for a total registra
tion of 2301 voters.
New Log Bridge
On Falls Route,
The new log bridge on tho
North 811ver Falls market road is
now about 75 per cent completed
according to County Engineer
Hedda Swart. - Swart recommend
ed at the star, that the bridge be
made of logs to blend with the
scenery of the state park. It is lo
cated so that It is plainly seen for
some distance while approaching
from either side.
Swart stated that he thought
tho new bridge was the only rus
tic structure of the sort that la
used on a state highway of this
nature. He also thought that Its
life should bo at least 15 years. It
could easily be replaced with tim
ber growing dose at hand.
. Coming Events 1
October 91 Wmamette-
vs. Albeay. night, football
"m ' v,.. . vV
October 21-23 Oregon
Aatericau . nnsoriattoa ' f
University Women. . , . ,
October 24 Salem chant
ber of commerce host to
legion dram corps. --
- October -SS RepobUcaa
rally for; county; Senator,
lot etwer speaks here.
' October 28 Salem high'
v. ' Astoria ; high, night
football game. ,., . -
November 1 ' Dr. Dan;
Paling addresee prehibitleu
rally at Salem armory.'
.... November Genera.?
aleetlon. ; ,.: i.
December tVT Western
Nat Growers suseoclatlon aa
nnal meeting, chamber of
' Deeemoer 7-4 Oregon
State Horticultural society:
conference, chamber of con.
tofflffi oy sii
Redaction la student
available from the Methodist
hoard ot ed station from $4500 to
32000 for tho 1932-1933 year at
Willamette university has beea
announced by Deaa Frank M. Er
Icksoa. As a result student re
quests tor aid are being trimmed
low as possible and students
who caa get through tho year
without resorting to borrowing
are being urged to do so.
This semester to dale has seen
20 student loaas approved tor the
half-rear, the loaas ranxinr from
$20 to 875. No loans are made to
students who have not completed
ono rear at the school hero. The
loans bear fir per cent interest
from tho time the student gradu
ates from university or from the
time ho quits tho school.
Dean Erlcksoa .1 eompniag
data on the losses aad galas sus
tained by tho board on loans
made to students hero over a per-
toa of years. Many of the loans
are made without endorsement or
collateral aad are entirely based
upoa tho student s Integrity.
At Clerks Office
Sample ballots, available to all
voters, were' begin alar to he r
reived at tho office of the county
clerk hero yesterday. While bal
lots for th specific Salem pre
cincts were not at hsnd. some
were expected by today. The bal
lots are printed in color to dis
tinguish them from the official
ballot to be used November 3. So
great Is the number of names and
measures that three columns of
finely printed type Is required for
the ballots which are about three
No- date has ret . been set tor .,,
a heariag iathe case ot Ray Mail- ...
lag and Dean Ray. Woetburn ean-., y
nefy operators accused of. damp-v
lag refuse into the Pudding river, , i
accordiaai to . records . la last ice
court. - ( '- ; ,.,
Charges ragsiast the. two were .,
made-early la September whea ;
thousands of fish were allagedly V
killed aa a result of the damnlnr..
of waste matter from the eaaaery.
Heariag la tho matter was ached- '
uled to be held ia Justice court .
and later set over until early Oc
tober. . . , r .. . -.
At the last date set for the'
heariag. tho dlsCriet attorney's of- ,
tic -and a1 represeatatlvo ol tho
state commission which tiled the
original charges agreed to set a .
now date for the hearing within ,
a day or so. i- - -
The delav vti ntJ then te he
caused by. the fact that, no report-.
had been t received ea an analrala
of tho river water, seat to labor- -
torlw at the Urn of the com-
plaint, r - . ' ,.'
ira in fwi ntttpci-
Ul 11 ill II Ul 1 1UL
Marlon county lepublieaa head-
quart era. duly moved to tho for
mar business location of tho Salem
Bank of' Commerce 'yesterday, ,
were ready to wage aa Intensive
campaign for the ticket In tho re-'
mainiar nafor eleetien.
New material dm tho aatloaal '
campaign aad a considerable sun- .
ply of Hoover and Curtis pictures,
buttons aad leaflets, were avail- '
able at the offices for voters,
h. w. stacy yeaieraay aaarese
ed a letter to all men aad aoiaea -precinct
workers in the coaaty - .
calling them to a general meeting;
October 24, at 1:30 o'clock. The .
gathering will bo held at the Rose . .
cafe. North Cammercial street. -FoUowtag
the diuser. literature
of the campaign win ho dlstrlbat-;
ed aad the preciact workers win .
go ever their campaign plans.
307 First Natl Baak ,Bldg.
Branch of Castle Pioneer
Permanent Wavers, Portland
Died last night, October 18, on
route 8, Charles Blner, aged 65
years. Uncle of Mrs. John Picard
ot St. Paul, Ore. Remains at Rig
don's mortuary. Announcements
of funeral later.
In this city. Monday, October
17, Alfred George White, aged 76
years. Survived by widow, Mrs.
Olive White of Salem; daughter.
Miss Emma White of Grass Valley,
Cal.; sons, Evan James of Salem,
' Raymond V. of Saa Jose, Cal.,
I. W. of Houlton, Ore.; sister, Mrs.
Nellie Ford of Baker; brothers,
Walter, Thomas and Fred of Port
land. Funeral services will be held
at tho Clough-Earrkk chapel. Fer
ry at Church, Thursday, October
20, at 2 p. m.. Rev. S. Darlow
Johnson officiating, and music by
the Clough-Barrick quartet. -
-Witbooti Operdto or Lou ef THm ,
K DR MARSHALL i
29 OietM BUfc Pboas 50
. Card- Tftbleii;: and i
Call 8010, i tsed Faraitare
. 151 orth High
it lm no
END THEM FOREVER!
A Foot Comfort Btpert of the v
- Chicago staff of Dr. WM. M. SCHOLL
wiH be, her j .
21 & 22
to assist our Foot Comfort
Export in a SPECIAL
PAalsa, CaJUaWI On
Pedograph prints of your etockiaged
feet, which ruveel their exact eenditiau.
FREI! to You!
Complete Tint and Aaatysis of yen
f3t A Demooctr i tioe m yourowa feet efhow
X ' the Dr. Scnotl Apaane er Remedy
needed for yum foot trouble gives yen
relief. " .
W Sample of Dr. SchoII's Zinojpads foe
Coma, Sore Tom or Tender Spots.
Foot Comfort brings you renewed
health, youth, happiness. Foot
pains affect your general health
bring lines otf strain and age to
your face; restrict your activities.
WHICH DO YOU CHOOSE? '
Be sure to attend this Special
Demonstration and karn how easily
complete relief may be yours when
. scientific methods aid followed in do .
tcmiolug the condition of the feet'
and the needed Dr. Scholl Appfianca
or Remedy is used. '
- This ia the most important E vent of
its kind we hare ever held. You own
it to yourself to take advantage of itT
JMmemoer tne ovsef, .
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"Nature in the Row"
as portrayed by the
great animal artist, Paul
hy the savage ferocity of
the striped tiger, Imoum
thrattshottt the world as
the terror of the bangle.
"Nature in the Raw is
Seldom Mild" and raw
tobaccos have no place
Nb raw tobaccos m
. ' . .. - ' - - .,
riiiaLr wliy : they're so mildl
mellowing, arc then given the
benefit of that Lucky Strike puri-
e finest, the very finest
tobaccos in. all the world
'Ifyjbut hat'dbcs not explain why Trying process, described by the
? yifolW- cvcCTwn i m words "Its toastcdViThatfs
. - af a. m 4
; .. c- v r'i a . i f - . ' -"
? Strike S3vithe mildest dgawtte. -'
, The fiiict is, wc neyeroverlook the,;
A -rtrtith Aat VNature LTthe Raw
r (t ...
is Seldom Mild so these fine .
tobaccos, after proper aging and-
why folks in .every city; town and ; v
hamlet sjiy that .Lb dries are such
mild tigarettes. T
Thst pack I tr.!!d tucldes
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