The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, October 22, 1932, Page 5, Image 5

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Four Men. XilleT-Thefe were
four fatalities due to industrial
accidents in Oregon during', the
week ending October -20, accord
ing to report of the state Indus
trial accident commission Issued
here today. The -victims were Et-
erett E. .Thorne, Pendleton, ware
houseman; Elmer Spurgtn, Barns,
laborer; , Oscar Ertckson, Port-
-land, laborer, and Andrew Ander
son. Portland, laborer. There were
614 accidents reported to the com-
mission durJq,U week.
Dramatic Club Dance. Nor. ,U.
; Bt Joseoh "HalLAdm 15c
. prriot Breok--AerTlc of
-irtl inr will h. hA In. Ill
-tiuig-iejvi reeeatir np pointed,, or
. Dr; Marer. tb.. district superin
tendent, will apeak. Musical aelec--tlonswill
be riven br Mrs. M. S.
Hams-And Mr, Qulgley. Mrs. A.' E.
Klninan. a visitor from Hlnes.
will assist in me musical urogram.
It is hoped to make this church
a center ,.t real community in
terests .. , " ' . ,
The Statesman Annual -Bargain
Period will end within a few more
days. Our offer. The .Oregon
statesman to any address in Ore
gon by mall only, 3 per year.
Order today don't delay.
t)og la Killed Joseph H. Botti,
657 Richmond avenue, reported to
cur police yesteroay mai nis auto
mobile ran over and killed a dog
on South 23d street. Two other
automobile mishaps were reported
during the day: Roy C. Brown,
404 South leth, and an unidenti
fied motorist, at Church and
Trade; W. I. Mitchell, 17 South
High, and Nannelle Bloom, at
Ferry and High.
Wanted, used furniture. Tel. 511
Case Set Over The case of By
ron E. Hard, accused of operating
his ear with Washington license
while resident of Oregon, will be
aired In justice court November 2
at 1:50 o'clock. The ease was or
iginally set 'for. yesterday morning
put was continued when the dis
trict attorney's office was busy
wjth the grandjury.
New dance. Hazel Green, Satur
, day. 25c.
V.H m.MWK w'Wmtmm . -
w day night the owners reported to
' city police. One was a light road
ster, license No. 80,000, belonging
to Clarence W. Holder, route 4,
and the other a touring car be
longing to Florence Bullock of
Dr. Wonderlick, Physician and
Surgeon. New office over Steus
loff's Market.
George Lynch Arrested City
police yesterday arrested George
Lynch of Salem en a charge of
check vagrancy, according to
headquarters records. The com
plaint against Lynch states that he
issued n 11.45 check when he had
no bank account. Municipal Judge
Foulsen continued the case for fi
nal hearing until November 4.
The - Statesman , Annual Bargain
Period will end within a few more
days, Our offer. The Oregon
Statesman to any address In Ore
gon by mail only, S3 per year.
Order today don't delay.
- Drake Will in Court The
will of Dannie A. Drake, deceas
ed, was admitted to probate la
court here Friday. Personal prop
erty was placed at 55000. June
D. Drake and Emery R. Drake
are executors. Ed H. Banks, Ed
R. Adams and M. G. Gunderson
are appraisers.
- Guardianship Ends The es
tate of Willard M. Crail, a min
or, was closed in probate court
here Friday by Daisy Mae Wil
son, guardian, ' who reported re
ceipts of 11501 and outgo of
1501. JNet moneys ten to ais
burse were SI 000.
KGW Broadcast tonight, Sat. Oct.
22, at S:30 p.m. School Consolida
tion Bill.
Cox Estate Closed ' The es
tate of Robert A. Cox, deceased,
was ordered closed yesterday in
probate court.- Mary J." Thomas
has served as administrator. The
ralue of the estate; was appraised
it 1104 by George'; H. Bell, Jo
leph Fisher, Earnest Denny.
Household furniture for sale. See
Mr. Gheer, 212 Oregon Bldg.,
10 to S. Tel. 778S.
27. Persona Placed Twenty
seven persons were placeObr the
U.S.-Y.M.CA. employment bureau
yesterday. Of these 18 went to
common labor job, fouron coun
... ty road work and five at house
work. ' - - .
KGW Broadcast tonight. Sat. Oct.
22, at S: 30 p.m: School Consolida
tion BUI.
Interment Here Committal
services for J. JJ JDanlel will be
held at the mausoleum, here this
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, the re
mains to te brought np . today
front; Eugene. . -
! Coming Events
: ' October 21 Willamette
I vs. Albany, night football
i game. " .
i " October 21-22 Ore gen
American association of
University Women. ; . '
' October 24 Salem cham
ber . of commerce boat to
legion dram corps.
; October 28 Republican
rally . for county; Senator
Steiwer speaks here,
October 28 Salem high
vs. Astoria high, night
football game.
i November -1 , Dr. pan
Poling addresses prohibition
rally at Salem armory.
' Norember . 8 Cenem
election. 'rsi.w,-
;; December 6-7 Western
Nut Growers association an
no! meeting, chamber - f
December 7-9 Oregon
State Horticultural society
conference, chamber ef com
merce. . . .
Want 5W paid -f- The United
Pacific Casualty Insurance com
pany, owners of a claim of
1309.34 purchased from the The
odore M. Barr company, filed suit
here yesterday to collect the mon
ey. Defendants named include the
Ladd A Bush Trust company, C. S.
Moddy, superintendent of banks
la Washington, Ladd Bush, a
corporation. And the C. K. Spauld
tng Logging company. The claim
Is for work allegedly done en the
Court .apartments : here, i
Vetch Seed. Recleaned bat some
oate and harley left JnPrice 1 He
per lb. in sack lets. 2c la smaller
euantitias.' K. f A. RhotM. ,-eif
stored At Salem Seed ft Implement
Front ft State St-;.;':
ClaHB StirUf The " citizan-
ahls class . under the direction ol
C. A: Kelle, : will meet for the
first ime at the T. M. C. A,
tonight. The class ta for th n-
MlghtenmenCof those who are
woraing toward taking out citi-
xensnip papers -in . the , United
a Waata 30O PaM Suit to
toreeiose a mortgage for 36500,
together with Interest and costs,
was filed in circuit court yester
day. John Fv Jojjnstone Is plain
tiff defendants are II. L. Moore,
Ethel M.: Moore, the Willamette
Valley Mortgage company and
Hi-Y MeeU The newly or
ganized Hi-T club of the Salem
senior high school boys met for
its. regular meeting Thursday
night. The constitution drawn np
by a committee sereral days ago
was adopted. A good attendance
was reported.
Orchestra Practices The
stringed section of the Salem
Philharmonic orchestra met at
the.Y. M. C. A. Thursday, night
for practice under the direction
of Mary Schultz. Head director
for the group is Jacques Gersh
kevltch. Eoff Allowance Made An
allowance of $15 a mon(h was
granted guardians of Glen Pow
el Eoff in an order signed yes
terday in probate court. The
money Is to defray his expenses
while, he attends high school.
Licensed to Wed A marriage
license was issued Friday at Ta
coma to Roy Woolworth, Port
land, and Jean Thomas, Salem.
Qrcutt Opening
Monmouth Store
MONMOUTH, Oct. 21. Elmer
Orcutt. Salem grocer, has leased
the Wedekind building on Main
street, and will open for business
here October 28. The site was pre
viously operated as a grocery by
Mr. and Mrs. Hoskins, and last
season by Arthur Parker.
;t Mitchell
In this cky Oct. 19, John F.
Mitchell, aged 68 years. Survived
by son, Don J. Mitchell of El Paso,
Tex. A Spanish-American war vet
eran and member of the General
Lawson camp of Eugene, where he
was a former resident. Funeral
services Saturday, October 22, at
1:30 p. m. from the chapel of W.
T. Rigdon and Son, with Spanish
American war veterans in charge.
Interment in the American Legion
circle, Cityview cemetery.
At the residence, 465 North
High street, Thursday, October
20, W. O. McCIain, aged 73 years.
Survived by his widow, Martha
Alice McCIain of Salem; daugh
ters, Mrs. W. E. Arehart, Mrs. C.
E Aldrich and Mrs. A. J. Arehart,
all of Salem; son. Dr. A. D. Mc
CIain of . McMinnrtlle. Funeral
services Saturday, October 22, at
1:30 p. m. from the chapel of the
Clough-Barrick company. Church
at Ferry.
John Daniel at Eugene, Thurs
day, Oct. 20, at the age of 77
years, leaves a widows Lizzie Dan
iel, and a son, Chester J. Daniel,
both of Eugene. Funeral services
will be held Saturday, Oct. 22, at
2:30 p. m. at Mount Crest Abbey
mausoleum tinder the direction of
W. T. Rigdon and Son.
! On route S, October 18, Charles
BIner, aged 5 years, unele of.
Mrs. John Pkard of St. Paul, Ore.
Funeral services : Saturday, Oct.
22, at 10:30 a. m. from the chapel
of W. T. Rigdon and Son. Inter
ment I. O. O, F. cemetery. , .
" . Peterson - -At
the residence IS35 North.
19th Street October 21, John B.
Peterson. Survived by wife Ida;
children. Mrs. W. M. Overgard of
Salem, Mrs. Byron McElhlaney of
Macleay, Mrs. M. H. Stnhr, Gladys
Peterson s of Salem, Andrew - L.
Peterson of Salem. A member of
Woodmen of the world and .Odd
fellows lodges. Funeral announce
ments by W. T. Rigdon and Son,
i Wlkoff -To Mr. and. Mrs. J. F.
"Jack- Wlkoff of Pasadena, a girL
Jane Annette, born October 15. .
Schnlts To Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam E. Schults of Salem, a oy.
Maurice Gene, horn October IS at
the Bungalow maternity home. .;.
Card Tables and '
Chairs to Rent
t all CJ I O. I sctl rwaJt urc
151 North Uign
Ob 1 1 uary
0. D, Dotson, Employment
Officer, Finds Jobless
In Midwest Numerous
, As far a industry and. employ
ment are concerned," Salem ap
pears better than mid western and
eastern cities DV DV Dotsbn, as-.
ilBtact manrr nftfs rr e -w
C A. Employment bureau, report-1
on ms return here yesterday
Irom .a 500-mile round trin -to
Wen.Virr4nta,-'T.;s;:., ;
"Things look better aronnd Sa'
lem than nav nlae I viaftiM a
said. When I got hack to Saleml
i was reallT- suroriaed U m u
prosperous conditions." ' f
? "Every chanee I had1 moulred
especially About labor conditions.
The Denver employment of flee re
ported 35,000 peerons unem
ployed, about 10 per cent of the
city's population. Other cities
were approximately the same.
"This was my seventh round
trip across the continent Always
before there was a fog of smoke
above the Industrial districts. This
time , the - cities were clear of
smoke, excepting Kansas City. '
People are Optimistic
"Through the midwestern farm
districts, houses have an nnpaint
ed appearance and barns are shab
by, where before things looked
prosperous. As a ruje, howerer,
I found the people-with fair
amount of optimism for the fu
ture." Mr. Dotson was called to Green
wood. W. Va., two. weeks ago te
be with his father who was criti
cally m. when he left his old
home to return to Salem, his fath
er had practically recovered from
his illness.
First definite information on
operation of the home loan banks
""..'PMt local Interests,
win likely be ready for announce
ment next week. A. A. Lee, se
cretary of the Mutual Savings
and Loan company, Indicated yes
terday. A meeting of the board of di
rectors of the Portland bank de
signated as the Oregon central
bank, la the home loan proTl-
Itl heId Mond7 n1".
at which time report will be kIt-
luJr Mr; IIoffm who went
fonLt0 Btudr first han tae In
tentions and ramifications of the
, "Pected loan companies
and bank, over the state will be
TilS, the act
sou centers fol
.Hi;;, Hj: M-;ljjj
f I
For Saturday
Up-to-the-MinoU Styles First Quality Bferehaadia
of the heavier materials,
ideal to wear with leath
coaU , ...
Fine for school and of
fice wear, no we haven't
made a mistake,
the price UVC
and ends of silk crepe
dresses, all on one rack,
choice g jg
COATS New Fall ma
terials in black, with lav
ish fur collars f Lp
and fur cuffs-- Vf)U?
are two racks of these
stunning fall creations,
wonderful values
4.75 9.75
odd dresses in printed
silk crepe de chine, we
will clear them a fyr
out at 4tV3
in silk and box weave
wools, new fall
shades ........
BAGS Genuine leather
bag with coin purse and
zipper, . C1i
compartment ..1. VV,
lowing the ; directors' -' meeting
Monday Bight. ' ; v ; . ! . .
i Until I that time, any state
ments being psad in. pthe Iqw.s
la eoaaectioa with the . act may
be considered rgaess work. It Is
indicated.;. "i . . :
LIJ El fiiOEi:'M
Dr.- Carl Gregg Doner ad
Dean FrankEricksoa of W'lllam-
MJaaville Sunday for the : cere-'i
mw aw wiucb ur. mant J; An
derson b. 1ntimrAf.l
tfeident of Llnlield college.-. :
- The tsangurattoa wlirtefln-ale--
w thret-day prograav'.af
wwww ceoeDrattnar tae 75th jin
hiveraary or the founding of the
college. In tie inangnratian cer
emony t o'clock 8andar f
ternopd, addreaaea wiU -be given
by Dr. W. J. Karr. rhanttln f
the sUte college and university;
ur.rUeorge n. Baxerr secretary of
the board of education of .the
northern Baptist convention; and
Dr. Anderson. . ,
Others who will attend from
Salem, besides Mrs. Doney and
Mrs. Erickson, will be C. A. How
ard, state superintendent of pub
lie Instruction, and Mrs. Sheldon
F. Sackett, the latter repre
senting Mills college, t
Annual Y Drive
Workers Report
Total of $9595
W. I. Staley presided at the
daily noon luneheou, of the T, IL
C. A. membership enrollment
teams yesterday. A total of $67!
wa reported as taken in for the
day, from two new memberships
aad 20 continuances, This- brings
the amount taken tn;fo the. year
te 19535, or a little over 35000
short of the goal set at 315,000.
The team led by C, A. Spragne
taned in the largest amount for
the day with 81S8. Teams will
meet at the same hour today and
will continue to do so uitn the
goal is reached.
Bishop Declares
He is Not Head
Oi Repeal Group
Contradicting a story la the Mt
Angel paper stating C. P. Bishop
to be chairman of the publicity
committee for the campaign be
ing waged for repeal of the An
derson bone dry law, Mr. Bi3hop
yesterday declared he was not in
favor of repealing the state law.
Mr. Bishop said he had no
knowledge of either serving on
or being appointed on any com
mittee in connection with th re
peal campaign.. He has been con
fined to his homo for some days,
a virtual Invalid following fnjor-
ies received to his knee.
pullover and oat style
sweaters; heavy and
medium 4T fSf
SOFTIES Berets, tarns
and wool hats, all of our
higher priced ACi
styles included .. QVC
HATS Ladies' new
winter hats, the brims
go up, the price f Ag
goes down AtrVlw
Oar entire rack of leath
er coats in suede and
aweaters, high colors,
round and V-neck jmll-
iChe J.:.... iiOO
odds and ends in . oar
knitted suiti grouped ot
one rack .. m Af
for s5tV
UNDDZS A "whole table
of odds and ends, slips"
rayon parities, stepina,!
both tailored and lace-
lot of cotton onion
a a i t s, rayon panties,
3 for 1M
.1.0 icvciTcu eii mm wnam
! Ceorge Arthur, Henderson, Jay
Grant t. Woodard . and ; C. PW11
Weeks went to Conrallis by note
yesterday afternoon te witness the
conferring of the Master Mason
desree at the Masonic, temple.
While la tta-cityaome' ot.the
time, was spent la Tlsmng'seVeral
of the state buildings;, especially
the radio broadcasting station.
' At they took in the ban
quet-, at: the .Masonic banQuet
room, whet ahout soo.sat at the
tables.V After the hancuet was
6tr . tJx . members went to the
lodge room, where the Master Ma-.-sea
. degrees waa conf erred br a
teaa Irom Washuigton, lodge No. i
4-orwana. i. .... -,y.
Mr, Weeks, has sereral tr loads 1
ef the-higher degrees ot the Scot
tish Rite and York Rite bodies
firing at Corrallis, some of them
romraea to saiem - about . mid
returned te SaU -mahout mid
night, after an enjoyable trip. ,
S tudent Activity
schedule at High :
School is Listed
-'. - - 1 . . ' '
Program for the second week
aetiTitles under the four .week ae
tlrity schedule, starting October
24 at the senior high school Is as
follows: t, . s : . ". r
, Monday, student council meet
ing fa the office aad home room
work; Tuesday, Girls Letter club
Ini assembly, boys' double Quartet
In room 4 A and .Techno club In
room IE; ., Wednesday. German
club to. assembly, . mixed glee
club In roam 4 A tii
elnb meeting; Thursday, general
Sale Will Open Saturday and Continue All Next
Week in Our Exclusive Bag Department
We have searched through the lines of numerous bag manufac
turers to find the most attractive materials, frames, patterns,
linings. Even the smallest detail is taken into consideration to in
sure our patrons the most outstanding line of bags shown in
Salem. Our ever increasing business convinces us that we have
achieved this end. Now we are going to build up a large volume and
the only way to do this is to make the prices so attractive that we
will secure more customers.
TKe New Silk and Wool
Crepe Bags
one. of our selections to match
the new coats at
We aro proud of our bag department and we are always glad
and loolc, whether you are in the market or not.
assembly; Friday, Physics else ta
room 4 A, J Meeting of the ClaK
ion newspaper . . business staff
scheduled .for. next Friday was
neia yesteroay.
' A special musical serrice will
be, presented 'the Knight Memory
lal church Sunday night at T:St
o'clock by the church choir, with
Desalt J. AUlson,' organist. - The
foDowing nnsabore will be sung.
Interspersed - with . hymns.- ot the
; Chorus. -?Wltb; - Angela , and
Arch-Angels' '(Heyser). . . .
. Duet. "Magatfy t His . Nasae'
lUwden); t June . Johnson-May-nerd
If eKhaley. .-.' r'
. j Chorus.-.'fHoIy Spirit. ' Joy'.Di
rtne -WUoa); Incidental solo
Carrol Braden. - f
. .Violin i.Solo, Selected, Helen
'Parrtnev ..... .-. , -r .. .
.-Three -Part Ladles'. Chorus.
"The King of Lore" (Shelly). In
cidental solo, Harriett Adams.-
Solo." "Teach Me Know"
(Lacy), Donald Barnard
; Chorus. "Erea-Song" (C a d
man). Obligate aolo, Beneitta Ed
wards. " . , '
Licenses Taken
From 17 Drivers
Sorenteea Marion county motor
vehicle drivers had their operators'-licenses
revoked during the
period September 30. ISSl.lo Oc
tober, 1, 1831, according to an
nouncement made by Hal E. Hoss,
secretary. of state.
In most cases the licenses were
revoked lor careless operation ot
cars or for driving while intoxi
cated. 0
nnrnur a
Dull Leather
back straps, . stainless steel
chains and top handles, these
are exclusive to our department
Methodist, men: from the north
Willamette district men's council
will gather at Jason Lee church
here Wednesday, October- SI, at
:30 o'clock tor a HooreT-Roose-
velt-Thomas Dutch lunch. . to be
followed by a program en which
political i talks -will be the fea
ture. ' . ' : -
..Dr. Levi T. Pennington.' presi
dent of Pacific university, will
discuss ballot .measures. -'along
with other pertinent questions ta
his- ad drees, - Howf ; :When?
Where ? and Why V- . ; -!
Masical ; numbers "wii lnehide
violin duet by Harriett " Adams
aad' Beneitta Edwards, and Jean
ette Smith. Dr. C V. LlUler ot
Albanr will lead group kinging.
' ' Two hundred - Methodist -men
aad others Interested are expect
ed.te attend. " --v.,--" .rs-.-f
C. E.. Williamson of Albany Is
president of the council, and Roy
M. - Lockenour - ot ' Salem, secre
tary...' Books on Mining
Much in Demand
At Library Here
The Demand for hooka dealing
with mining and allied subjects
Is greater at the present time
than ever before. Miss Harriet
Long, state librarian announced
here yesterday.
Miss Long said this probably
was due to the fact that a large
number of men now out of regu
lar employment are prospecting In
the mineral districts of the state.
Placer mining especially Is popu
lar, she declared.
Miss Long today sent to the
9 fT
western alalag5 , coaference- a
large list et books dealing with
placer mining prospecting, mining
laws, mineralogy and the building
of retorts, and furnaces. v '
. Co"s et this list Of books also
wiU W sent to persons interested
in mining. , v
Heavy Shipments
Of Canned Fruit
Moving on Riy?r
Heavy ' shipments ' of canned
fruit are helag made downriver ay
the Salem Navigation company
steamer Stranger. The boat left
for Portia ad last night with n car
go of 4 tons ef canned goods
and around T 5 tons of paper and
mlscllaaoas article. - .
... With the Willamette rlrer risen.,
a toot ever the rate summer level,
the Stranger now Is carrying front
11S to lZS'tons of cargo. During
law water Its tonnage was reduc
ed : to 9 . J . t-rr.: . '
Ray Laiky Heads'
Republican CIub
Ray Lafky. of this city, has
been elected president ef - Jthe
Hoover-tor-President club formed
on the Willamette camtfus this
week. Other officers chosen by the
republican - club were Madeline
Schmidt, vice-president, and Bar
bara Barham, secretary. Plans are
la formation for a debate .with
members ot the Thomas Socialist
club. , '
... All you're hoped for in a
Cough Drop medicated with
ingredients of i
Kid and Suede Pouch
Zipper Bags
of the higher quality and better
made than usually, sold at
to have you come
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