Thg OREGON STATESMAN, ZxUr Oreron, gatnrday ?!rnrin?t Qelehrr 29, 1932 PAGC FIVE ocal News Briefs j .Few Ml&aps Repotted Pour f., minor automobile accidents were . reported to city police yesterday. ; - Drivers - Involved were: Lester Savage, 1055 Norway, and an an 7 identified motorist, ;at High and f Conrt; Juanlta' -Johnston, health f department, and Jack Ererly. sa ; lent high school, at High .and Chemeketa: R, R. Robertson S89 North Commercial, and Mrs, w. E. ; Lvtle. 114 & Brry..,aL State and Commercial; "M. Tiarelstad..lOl I -Jefferson, and JEarl'M.'. Beckett, . 8425 Hasel, State and" Commerc Jal. No, Injuries' were reported. 7; October tlit will be the final day f The Statesman's1 annual Bar regain Period -a The Statesman by ' u mall anywhere la Oregon, for one .year, only $!.. Regular rate of j,$4.0 will apply after the first of 1.. November. ' T - ; . Mllbnrn Hart Thern Milburn. ' 195S McCoy avenue. Battered se- . rere bruise ' aboat th wi- ... , yesterday afternoon when hi nw . i.urcjcii couiaea neaa oa at Terry and Commercial streets with big; V track, driven by 0. , Newman; v2l4t Brooks a venae.. - Witnesses asld Hilbarn apparently did i not , see the truck, which was tarniag - into Ferry street, until It was too late to avoid the collision. New , maa stopped his track at the In . stant of the impact." ; Big shipment of house slippers arrived for Dollar Day!. Mala l floor Miller's. , . - .. . ' Three Laborers DM - There .vi-were. three fatalities la Oregon -,doe to industrial aecldeata dhrtag 5 cuuib( uciooer zi, ac fording so a report prepared by 7the state industrial accident cora v mission. The victims were John A. Guirr. Torest Grove: Emll Kl. ... n, Portland, and Freak H.. iarr. uocaran, There were 433 , accidents reported to the coramls .,, k(oq during the week. i 48,000 Fags Stoles Burglars -entered the Willamette Grocery ..company warehouse sometime -.Thursday 'night and stole 46.000 n cigarettes, police5 were notified . yesterday. The loot constated at '. 200. cartons and 0000 cigarettes tlpacea in tins. The burglars en tered by breaking a window In the ..rear of the buildiag. - . October gist will be the final day . of The Statesman's annual Bar gain Period The Statesman by mail anywhere In Oregon, tor one year, only 13.00. Regular rate of .34.00 will apply after the first of -. November. - Bowman Visit Here Mr. and , Mrs. Leslie Bowman of Oakland, : Calif., landed at Salem alrnnrt yesterday to - visit k Lee Byerly. .Bowman is factory representative for the Waco company. .Together, . the Bowman. Ererlv and Ollie Davis of Salem took off In three planes for a tour of the Pacific ;. northwest. Seattle was their first - destination. " , Dr. Wonderlick, M. D. office over vsieosioix market. Phone 8491. . Legion Drive On Membership .committeemen of Capital Post No. , 9. American- Legion, met In the omce of Adjutant William Bliven .last. night to discuss progress of the drive now on. Bliven earlier reported that new memberships to date are more than the same time last year. C. V. Richardson is chairman of the committee. , Dance Sat. Hazel Green, 25c. 12.50 posted by Lowell Liveley of -Woodburn several weeks ago was declared forfeit by Municipal Judge Poulsen when the man fail ed to appear in court at tho. ap- pointed time. Liveley was charged with failing to give right of way. ..Preaches at Calvary Rev. Earl J. Hlms. church InvigoVator and, heme missionary of the Northern , Baptist convention, !wlll ' give an Illustrated song service and lee tare at Calvary Baptist church Sunday sight at the regular wor ship hour. Rev. Sims was a mis sionary in China during the Boxer rebellion. - . " : ."' '. See that unusual wiadow display v, at Caldwell's " Sporting . Goods i Store. '- Apple Arrested George M. j Apple asked 24 hotrns larhlch to v;, plead when he appeared before ' Judge Miller Hayden yesterday .a charge of operating a motor vahicle without license plates. He -. failed to furnish 350 ball and so ;via la jail here 'Estate Beiaar Probated The : second semi-annual account ofthe , estate of the late George J. Wolfe , was filed in probate court Friday by- Sadie Scholl. executrix. ' The , value of the estate was placed at r $11,311.- Income for the period was 12450 and outgo $2200.- Brings Tenison Frank Rog ers, meat cutter, at Walker's mar ket, returned Thursday night from a hunting trip with two deer. He and his party hunted back in the : mountains from McKenrle bridge. Have Halowe'ea Irty - City . postal carriers and their wives . met at the home of D. B. Tay lor in Sunnysido last night for a lively Hallowe'en party. i Coming Events October SO Willamette . v. College of Paget Sound, night football game. ,' ; r November ' 1 . Dr. Dan' Poling addresses prohibition rally at Salem armory. , -November 4 Willamette vs. IinfJeU. Bieht football ' rune.''-' :' . v": &":: v-:iH - November S Genera, lertion. r- - i November 10-11 -Armistice day 'celebration la charge of American Legion. December -7 Western Nut Growers association aa nual meetings chamber "of , commerce December 7-0 Oregon utn . Horticultural society conference, chamber of com merce, .... Davis, president of the First Na tional - bank of RbI11 w n returned to ' bi tnm a- South 24th street, where he spends most ox us ,; um. " although he maintains a raidani 1 4 n&n fleld.1 Mr. Deri : reports condl- uona m Dakota much Improved Sad lOOka for bettor linlmoi -nn- dltlons from now on. Mrs. Davis accompanied him on the trip. Waited, used furniture,, Tel 5 1 10, ;- Start Forertonre Salt U fiir. close ob a note' secured by ' mort gage ior iiBwo was begun Friday la circuit court here by Hawkins t Kooerts who- named Helen Asch Wander and others as de fendant. "' alakvee ReBOrt W. L. Cobb, guardian of the estate of Walter G. Relfe, Incompetent, filed his first aanual resort Teatrf- in probate court. Income was, f 123 4 KSGIKIIOP The first big dance of the year was held by the associated stu dents of Salem high school last night In the gymnasium, follow ing the football game between Sa lem and Astoria high schools. A football motif was carried oat la the decorations, and also daring intermissions, when a play and clever skits were given. Committees whkh worked hard for the past week in getting ready for tbo affair were: Publicity Xd Farringtoa, chair man, Allan Baker, Dick Pierce, Edna Savage and Rachel Pember ton, assistants; stunt Margaret Hauser, chairman. Joe Baker, Iris Jorgensea. Archie MacDonald, Irma Oehler, assistants; decora tions Jane Fisher, chairman. Jack Bush, Bob Burdette, Dolph Witsel, Margaret Bell, assistants; electrical work Elmer Barkus, chairman, Jim Hardey, Jack Kin ney, John Linden, assistants; re freshments Evelyn Haag; music, Carl Mason. Hop Growers to Assemble Today I For Convention Several speeches of especial in terest to hop men, in addition to a hop judging contest of interest, are scheduled on the program of the first aanual convention of the Oregon Hop Growers association, to be held today at the Marlon ho tel. Opening session will be at 10:30 o'clock, when Max Gehlhar, state director of agriculture, will give the welcome. Other speakers will be Deaa W. ASchoenfeld and C. V. Ruzek, C. F. Whltaker, G. R. Horner, Dr. E. N. Bressman, all of the state college, and J. W. Seavey, hop man. , . . x.; v .... i tuary Forbes In this city. Friday. October 23. Frank Forbes, aged 88 years. Father of Mrs. A. G. Glatt of Woodburn. A native of Iowa. Friends are invited to attend fu neral services to be held Sunday, October 30, from the Terwllllger Funeral home, 770 Chemeketa street. Interment L O. O. F. ceme- . skew ' . ' At the residence, 9 CO Mill, Oc tober. 28, Marshall Eskew, Jlged 7 years. Survived by daughter, Mrs. N. Roque of Salem; brothers. W. F. Star of Salem, George Star of Dallas; sister, Mrs. W. Jams of Vancouver, B. C. Funeral serv ices from the chapel of the Clough-Barrlck company, Satur day, October 29, at 10 a. m. with interment at Staytoa. Officiating minister G. L. Drill. Graveside services aader the auspices of the I. O. O. F. lodge at Staytoa. - Smith 4 George F. Smith at the resi dence, 9S5 North 5th street at the age of 71 years. Survived by wid ow, Mary J. Smith of Salem, one brother, Henry Smith of Wiscon sin, and several nieces and neph ews. Funeral services will be held from the chapel of the Clough- Barrlck company, Saturday, Oct. 29, at 2 p. m with Dr. W. C. Kantner officiating. ' Interment in I. O. O. F. cemetery. . r.1'- West. J .i i,r At the residence, 745 Columbia street, Oct. 28, Ernest West, aged 74 years. Survived by the follow ing children: J. H. West, and Mrs. George Owen of Salem, Mrs. Mil dred Lelftstelt and Dr. C. H. West of Los Angeles, and Miles West of Treka, Cal.; 12 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. He had lived in Salem 23 Tears. Funeral announcements later by Rlgdon's mortuary.. Interment I. O. O. F. cemetery . v ; ' t . .. i ": i ' Homphrey .. ' In this city, Oct. , 28, Thomas Humphrey, aged 77 years. Resi dent of Cervais. Father of Mrs. Mamie M. Rinehart and Frank Humphrey, both of Seattle. Re mains forwarded to Seattle today for services and Interment by W. T. Rig don and Son.1 - 1 i PIANOS TO : RENT Call C9 10. Cscd Faraltare . . Department -131 North BUHt : IIMI Ob DHiiisTs mm- STUDY CLUB Group Gives Dental Work To Health Department, Offers Information . Nine local dentists have organ ised a study club with one of its I urposet the providing1 of dental service "for the "Marion" county lealtb department. Dr. O. A. Ol son, city council -member of the department . executive committee, announced last night. Each mem ber of this Salem Children's Den tistry Study club agrees to give at Itast one half day's service each month to destitute children rec ommended by the health officials. This plan returns to the health department the . dental service thai was discontinued last sum mer when a part time staff den tist was eliminated to cut expen ses, ' :.--v, ; 7 71 "'The depression has brought on considerable neglect of . children's teeta explains a report of . the club. "For this reason, this or ganisation Is to make a study of this problem and how these little folks can be better eared for. Wifl Supply Information The members of the club will furnish child dental information to the dental societies and other public organisations, give lectures and hold group clinics on pre ventive dentistry in childhood. Each member la required to pre pare and read a paper once a month oa some branch of this sub ject. Although the club was started only two months ago, already It has attracted attention outside of the state. A California college has requested full Information about the club and suggested that Its members might appear there at some time daring the winter. Problems being studied Include advice to parents concerning diet to buna strong, healthy teeth that resist decay, development of pain less teennique for children, ex traction. Irritated dental nerves, Instructions In care of the teeth. Members of the elub now are Dr. D. X Beeehler. Dr. David B. Hill, Dr. W. A. Johnson, Dr. O. A. Olson, Dr. B. F. Pound, Dr. Lou is B. Schoel, Dr. J. Vinton Scott, Dr. L. R. Springer and Dr. Ken neth Waters.. I Thirteen women were drawn here yesterday out of 31 citizens chosen for service on the Novem ber term of circuit court, depart ment one. Sheriff Oscar D. Bower and . County. Clerk U. G. Boyer made the drawings. All the cases set for the October term have now been tried or settled out of court. Jurors drawn were: Fred Weinman, Waconda. farm er; Fred W. Smith, East Salem. clerk; Lenora K. Shinn, Salem No. 20, housewife: Myrtle Scott. Sub limity, housekeeper; Fred J. Ru pert, salem No. 2, salesman; Cora Smith, Marion, housekeeper; June u. Drake, East Silverton. photo grapher; Charles Johnston, Scol- iara, farmer; Beda Erickson. Sa lem No. 11, nurse; Frank H. CuU forth. East Gervals, meat market: T. L. Davidson,' Prlngle, farmer; unaries W. NIst, Salem No. 1, car penter; Helen Wageman, East Woodburn, housewife; D. S. Mc Carroll, Salem No. 14, clerk; Lu cille Booster, Brooks, housewife; James G. Gordon, North Silverton, farmer; B. C. Hall, West Gervals, farmer. . - Murray M. Flemlne. Salem No. 15. mechanic; Frank Egan, South Silverton. farmer; Mao McElhan- 2 3W0IUDM1, NOVEMBER UK iviyjiP mm High Grade Jewelry, Diamonds, ( Silverware, Cloclra and ' "i''-:-lv ' Glassware CHOOSE ANYTHING YOU WISH FROM OUR . HIGH GRADE- aSTOCK AND HAVE IlVPUT UP- BUY AT YOUR OWN PRICE BUY FOR y . r OTRISTMAS NOW i J ... . TODAY ey, Victor Point, -housekeeper; Paul SHke, Maeleay, farmer; Car rie Schulthess. Silver Falls, house wife; Julia 8. Joaes. salem Noi 15, housekeeper; .W. F. Eder, St. Paul, retired; Clara Rauscher, Sublimity, housewife; Leon M. Brown. Salem No. 7, Insurance; O. H. Toelle. East Stayton. farm r; Mildred Clayton, Prlngle, housewife; Beatrice Terhaar, East Mt. Angel, housekeeper; A. J. Bu slck. Salem No. 13, merchant; Lola -E. Boring, galeae No. . 23. housewife. ... TniEiWEB lELED l!l COURT Convicted man is Witness Against Pete Uttte; BaH is 'Reduced : A ease of unusual circa m atanee was given Bearing U jus tice . court yesterday afternoon, when a, convicted maa now in tt. county jail appeared as chief witness far tho . sUto - la m for gery caarge against Pet Little. The chief witness waa t.. ft P. ter Little was-bound ever to the grand jury by JusUeo f the Peace Miller Haydea. r Because ef aatare ml tk mm tho prosecution was handled for cue state y Lara Bergsvik, who defend? Porter when he himself was ap on forgery charge. Little is accused nf forrlnr the name of Beulah Davis, a fic titious person, to a cheek for tt-40, made to k a Stone and cashed by X. K. Marks, opera tor of a servieo station north of towm on the river road. Tale Is Involved According to Porter's atorv en the witness stand yesterday, the check was filled la bv Porter at Little's request, it being Little wno suggested tho nam of atone. Tho check waa made oat Septem ber 3. last, whan Porter ana Little were returning to town irom Quinaby where Porter went to give a message to a Mrs. Roy Heater at request of Little, who la turn was said to bo working for a fourth party. On that date. Little met Por ter at tho A. M. German hon yard north of town. it was this same check, for gery for which Porter was bound over to the grand jury follow ing his arrest in "September. When Porter was bound over be was out on narolo from Wood- burn justice court, where anoth er check charge had been filed against . him. Little made ne atatement In court yesterday. He is represented by Oscar Hayter of Dallas. His bail was lowered from $1000 to $500 by Justice of the Peace Miller Hayden. Porters case has not vet been reported upon by the grand jury. Cost oi Traction Appteal Would be $1 5 flOO, Declared Appeal to the United States su preme court of tho case involving 1 reduction in fares on the trac tion lines of tho Pacific northwest public service company la Port land, would entail an expense of approximately $15,000, without gaining any relief for the pa trons, Charles M. Thomas, pubHe ; utilities commissioner, declared Friday. Thomas' announcement fol lowed a conference held In Port tand yesterday with Frank 8. Grant, city attorney, and Colonel ! A. E. Clark. It was brought out at the conference that even though a favorable decision was received la tho United States supremo court there was no hope of reparation because of tho Impaired financial condition of the company. i ; r . e - TO DUS" AT THIS aOQCM (S - : - - ' TE2E LAOT iDAY ' l ' JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS . I 370 Stale Street Next to Postal TeL WS1GISTEIED 319,804 Republicans and 154,466 f! Democrats : Ready 16 Vote" . . Registrations of the 20 Oregon j counties for the reneral elerUAa to bo held November S aggregato : 480,140. or an Increase of 49,980 over the registration ot 433,130 tor. the ' preaideatlal electtoa la aria. - ; -,- - w. ... v : i 1 . ' This waa aananneed at the etnt department Frldav faUevinr m. ehock on all county registration iigarea. v r - . . . The repebUeaa'regtetratlea to talled 310,340 for this year's elec- aa agaiasc 305.390 four years ago, or an Increase of 14, 444. Demoeratle rerterratlnna tn. ereased from 110,000 in 1020 to cau year, or a total gain of ir,45T. 1 t s"T ': :-el fawtyt' Btfa ''Z - The Drorrmt. m.-. tbHt.v bad a feglstratiba of 50$ four yoara - ago oropped to S 12 this roar, or a loss of 301. There also decrease of $$$ In the reg Mtratioa of tho prehlMtlon party for the year loir.-when mmm with, the registration figures for xai party had a ragistra Uom of 1119 la 1020, as compared with 737 this year. Tho registration of the socialist party increased from 150$ la 132$ to 1740 this year, or a gain of 142. Miscellaneous registration dropped from 10.095 four years ago to 0.101 thie Tr ftr . low of 1504. 1883 Tate la S38S e,sa 83.TU 10,9 S.11S 14.588 ,tv 8.801 T.SST 14.88 1,T S.SS1 8.T48 - 8,888 18,19 1.15 e.see ls.ese 8.7TT 88,073 s,ie 1S.M1 5,75 SO.49 8.87 IMS TrUJ s.iec T.TSl 3S.S3S S.SS4 T.4S1 IS, SOS 9,411 CMHiM Km. 4.19S SOTS s,ae .ST f.STO 1.SSS S.S&S ,101 Clk'' 15,76 CIX - S.S41 s.sse Ceo s.rro CrMk i.Te 1,098 SIT 9,818 .ei Ml T6 i,ra 1,14 S.S01 SSO l.eee 6,94 &s 10.S9T 1.S70 4,041 1.94T 8,88 S84 M.SSO 8,840 8S 1,404 8,77 s.sse 1.5S 1.T2S 5,141 850 8.79T Owrr ...SIS BMeWtea. 4.SSS X.TTS sue 1S.S4S l.f S s.e s,e 1S.STS 1.S6S S.SST 11.10S S.tlS U.li 5,438 11.S50 4,41S 3r,ts S.SS9 14S.SJ1 s.sss 1.40S s.sss 11.081 T.TS3 S.SS1 rsoi XmImm ,S9S STS S.SST 1,4 S.SSS 1S.114 SOT S.SSS S.S1S l,m 1S.S43 S.S04 8,404 S.SS4 31.818 1.T8S Brt Heea Jackaea lflMll . Um HarWa Jsa " mm Melt. PeU . 10T.S10 10.4T 8,838 5.SS1 fi9 4,198 T.81T 4.SSS un 4.882 1S.S1T 1.S0S 7.048 STaamaa . TfllaBMok. UowtiUa Cnlaa WIUwa Waie Waahimc. Waaaler TmaiU i.se 5.TS5 11,818 7,988 8.450 e.esi 18,3T 1.M9 11.703 1S.TSS 1.S1S S.S30 Ttls-Slt,84e 1S4.4S 48S.14S 4S4.1BO Barnett Has Fist Fight in Oregon . City Court, Said A fist fight broke out between Henry Barnett of Salem and Hen ry Thlessea of Mllwaukle, la cir cuit court la Oregoa City Thurs day, according to word received hero Friday. Tho two men were parted before the sheriff arrived. The fight came at the conclusion of a lawsuit between Barnett, plaintiff, and R. Lee Thlessea. Barnett Is allered te have etrnek Thelssen after Judge Earl Latour- ette had gone to fan chambers. Barnett sought to foreclose a $205 mortgage on R. L. Theissen's VICICSCOUGII DUdP ... All you're hoped for in .Cough Drcp racdicated With Ingredients of .A . . ; -1 . i 11 TONIGHT about tho mostlm . Important football game as far as Salem people are concerned-" is the C P. SWUlamettc contest. They tell us It will have aa important bearing oa . the champioaahlp of aho -.Northwest conference. IX present weather conditions hold; ft will bo a great opportunity tor as to see tho WU lam otto boys ia actloa. And apenking mt college re-. mind . an ere wero grncieetfly invited to Tee a host ev pntroa . at a fraternity affair this even in;. One wo are getting: old. It arnsat so Ions; ago that w forced owr elves to daaea with . patroness at fraternUy dances . tn order to make a fine impree-' Son. But ' tianee da Misw a t ia-ta class, . ; . r f - JT "A' WUtamctto; graduate of last spring; aaked usv 'Whilo wo were attempting' to gel .oot-thla col umn, if staio employes ever dis cussed politic. With Willamette university just across the street from the capfptol building we farm, near Mllwaakio. TheaUea claimed this was paid aad had the aotea la his possession. Barnett was to have returned tho mort gag after It had beea cancelled, bat failed to do so aad brougat toreelosaro proceedings. Jadgo Latoaretto held that tho mortgage had been paid. Farming Agents Peruse Records On Water Rights .Couaty agricultural a goats from all that territory in Oregon west of the Cascade mountains gathered hero yesterday to famil iarise themselves with the records of the state engineer relative to tho initiation of water rights. The law governing the granting of water permits, aad the many problems of procedure aad admin istration, wero explained by C. E. gtneklia, state engineer. Y Drive Total Now is $11J42 Enrollment teams met at the T. M. C. A. for luaeheoa yes terday and reported $441 taken in during tho last three days. Carlo Ahrams' team led tho field with $20$. Total for the year has now reached $11,342. The next meeting will bo Moo day, October 31, at 5 p.m. Correction C strands of $1.00 beads instead of 7 strands as advertised in oar adver tisement in last night's paper. - BUCOES t IS. M U 15X milestone Catate , . , bacilcs .Your Otoic s ' - - - - - .": - - " v . " ' ' i - r ," : . cS: -e M II ll .' yfSV.Ittarxj: C.TT73Trr wero somewhat surprised at this remark. - Does a state employe iaix mucn else, bat politics, wo Now that ww hmrm eoaclndcd esials tn tnls enlnntn wail we onght to nam now t a aew'ahrfle,?'at Hoover last night termed Rooserrlts change of mind oa farm tariffs, and as ha preanbly will change his talad oa a tot a things br 1 Jaat brainning to lean in his .political printer. Amd after tho shuffle, the seer deal slQl seems lark rag la honor trick. And Great county finally re ported " Its registratioa . la order to permit Oregon's official regis tration, to he decided. . Tho la- ereaao lacked. - hut. 34 voters of being an even 50,00 p addition. But Dave CHara, election ' clerk for -the state, believed that as la former years . about 13 per coat are -deadhead. J Erea at - that . he anticipates mere than a 75 per cent vote oa the presidential can didates. Herbert Glaieyer, eecretary of tho atato hichway eonunis ton, who ha been m ever atnea the strenaowa victory mt Washington State over Orrgo State ha being from tho form er aad having worked so hard for that victory waa back at hi office yesterday. Gosh, Herh, wo didat know yen en joyed foot bell that macaw Tho governor's staff at the capital waa enlarged yesterday. At least It had 'a start that way. A two-months old Cocker Span iel was seen about iho executive offices. Ho was a gift to tho gov ernor's secretary and It Is ander stood ho will bo called Tommy In honor of the donor. E2S: . SSn3JS . : . i...,,j Groin CORNER STATE &-HIGH AT FULL MPACiTY Pickens Tells Ad Clubbers.. li About Woolen Products :'y Manufactured Hsrei X.72L Pickens.1 of - the Kay; Woolen . mills, yesterday, told Sa lem Ad clubbers something of the woolen rand a ma a a fact a re J and sales. With samples of cloth made , differeat materials were made up la manufacture. Tho local mills manufacture woolen coatings, suit-' lags, peco goods, shirt material, aad blankets. The quality ranges from tho blankets wbieh sell for low . pnen va ai(asna iimnj wool blankets of attractive pat tarna. and tet ft ne rannt clothe for' women's wear.' - Tho mtn deals entirely with Job bers, wholesale hoasos aad (ho cutting ap trade, marketing its' f oods chiefly oa too pactfle slope, t maintain a very small retail eepanmem m wnicn- . nispoenn of mill ends, roods faniar to pass r Inspection ' etc v - " ; -.. The first half of this year was tho woolen a maaufactarov with buyers holding off plaeiag their 1 orders, siaco Jaiy 4 aewever tno mill has beea OBerattag ateadlly at fall capacity. Tho price of wool has strengthened aad ta now 14 cants a pound, bat tho manufac turers haro not beea able yet to more their selling prices ap as much as tho laeraaao la raw ma terial warraats. . . : : Tho tariff oa woolea goods Is more effective la tho finer goods, especially worsteds, than la " tho coarser weaves which American . mills can maaafactaro about aa. y i j mm mm umw mmm V . m ,vmo expressed tho opinion that while there should bo a tariff oa raw wool, tho present rate of $4 cents a pound Is too high. Members of tho Salem Aa clafr went to 8Ilrertoa last night to , help basiness mea there form aa . Ad club. GALOSHES ef broken lint :or raiek seSinj: Choice k-.- - - : . . . " - - ' . .. . . t - -- C 3 7 Ke4-Iilu9--Black - ST.