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Tha OSSGON- STATESMAN Salem. Oregon, Tuesday Morning. December 6, 1922
Local News Briefs
Hur Bee Drama The First
Metbodist church wu tilled to ca
pacity Sunday night lor tbe
church Drama Guild's presenta
tion ot "The Prodigal Son", an
adaptation of the Arthur S. Sulli
Tan oratorio. The production was
entirely successful, with the solo
work ot Ronald Craven, Arnold
Taylor, Gladys Mclntyre and Elea
nor Moore outstanding. Staging
enhanced by use ot two stages,
and lighting were Tery effective.
Miss Margaret Stevenson, director
of religious education tor the
church, coached the drama. The
guild aims to present a similar
program each . month at the
100 per cent wool robes in stripes
and plain colors 11.50 and $4.96.
Howard Corset Shop, 165 N.
Hand Seriously 111 Paul Hand,
proprietor ot the Capitol Second
Hand store here, is at Salem Dea
coness hospital suffering from a
bad case of pneumonia. Yesterday
his condition was reported as fair
ly good, though still serious. He
was taken to he hospital Sunday.
Mrs. Kate, at her residence
1140 Shipping St., Sunday, Dec. 4,
1932, at the age ot 88. Survived
by widower. George Beeman ot Sa
lem; two daughters, Mrs. Hattle
Stratton ot Huntington, Ore., and
Mrs. Phil Willis. Salem. Funeral
services from the chapel of th
Clough-Barrick company, Tues
day, Dec. 6. at 1:30 p. m. Inter
ment in I. O. O. F. cemetery.
At a local hospital, Monday, De
cember 5, Daniel J. Hardy, late ot
1915 Berry street, aged 23. Sur
vived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
V. B. Hardy of Salem; three sis
ters, Mrs. Warren Yancey of Ba
ker, Mrs. Olive Hull ot San Fran
cisco and Mrs. Lester McCorkle of
Waplnitla; one brother, Pa'ul Har
dy of Salem. Funeral services will
be held from the Nazarene church,
Wednesday, December 7, at 2 p.
m. under the direction ot the
Clough-Barrick company. Rev.
Fletcher Galloway officiating. In
terment Belcrest Memorial park.
Albert J. Rousseau died at La
Grande, Ore., Nov. 7. Survived by
daughter. Joanne Agnes Rous
seau of Eugene lister, Mrs. Re
gina Powell, Fort Pierre, S. D.;
brothers, Cliff Rousseau of Rap
ids Cily, S. D., Oscar and Eugene
Rousseau of La Plant, S. D., Am
edee Rousseau of Eagle Butte,
S. D.. and Cyril Rousseau; niece,
Mrs. Ben Flaxel of North Bend,
Ore. Services Wednesday at 10:30
a. rn. from the chapel of W. T.
Tligdon and son. Rev. Father
In this city, Mrs. Sarah J. Clark,
ase-d 78. Leavej children, George
Clark ot Salem, Mrs. Minnie Bink
eukamp of Toledo, O. ; brothers.
George Devlin, Robert Devlin of
Ontario, Canada. Was for 30 years
a member of the Pythian Sisters
of Toledo. Funeral services Wed
nesday, December 7, at 1:30 from
Rigdon's. Rev Galloway officiat
ing. Interment City View cemetery.
Small! Takes Job William
Smullln, Willamette '25, has re
cently accepted a Job as manager
of a commercial radio station at
Eureka, Calif. He has resigned as
business manager art the Oregon
Grange Bulletin. Succeeding
Smullln is Ursel C. Narver ot
Portland, a former student body
president at Oregon State college.
Smullln was prominent In colleg
iate activities: he managed and
later edited the Willamette Col
legian. Dr. B. A. Lebold has returned.
Mlnch Estate $5960 Estate of
the late Angelina Mineh has a
value of 590 according to an
appraisal filed in probate court
here Monday. Real property of
$2500. a mortgage note of $2000
and cash In a local bank of $1380
constitute the bulk ot the estate's
assets. Appraisers were R. A.
Forkiier, Roy Burton, L. P. Al
drich. Administrators ot the es
tate are Elmer D. Mincn and Inea
Old Time Dance Chemawa M. W.
A. Hall Wednesday night. 25c.
Auditing Bills Members of
the county court were busy yes
terday auditing bills submitted
for road work and other expen
ses during the last month. This
month will mark the end of the
heavy flow of bills to the county
each month. Road" work is vlr
tually completed for the winter
and projects for next year will be
few in number. Perhaps only
maintenance work will be carried
on by the county.
See Walt Thompson. colored
mammy in Elks show Thurs., Frl.
Mrs. Cat ter line Called Mrs.
F. J. Catterline died Saturday
morning at her home in Los An
geles, according to message re
ceived here by her sister, Mrs. A.
M. Clough, and brother, E. V. Ry
der. She had been in failing
health for about a year. Besides
the widower, two sons also sur
vive: 'Lloyd and Denton Catter
line, of Los Angeles. Mrs. Catter
line formerly resided in Salem.
As Veterans Hospital Six lo
cal ex-service men have Just been
accepted at the veterans' hospital
in Portland for treatment, it was
announced at last night's meeting
of Capital Post, American Legion.
They are: Don C. Isham, Hugh
Wickerson. Neal A. Thompson,
Ray M. I'V.-san, Herbert F. Fields
and Jani.:s Medley.
Charter Application Made Ap
plication for a charter for the new
American Legion Boy Scout troop
here, No. 9, was mailed to New
York headquarters yesterday.
Over 22 boys are probable mem
bers of the troop. F. Howard Zin
scr will be scoutmaster.
Dtlzell to Speak W. A. Del
zell, well-known democratic lead-
er, speaks this noon to Salem Ki
wanians. His topic will be "The
; Forty Years of Fighting, and
Roundtable Postponed The
scoutmasters' roundtable meeting
scheduled for Albany on Friday
has been postponed. Executive O.
P. West announced yesterday.
Dickens To Mr. and Mrs.
W. O. Dickens of Aumsville, a
seven pound son, born December
6 at the Bungalow Maternity
925 Chemeketa St.
Piano & Bench, Portable Ra
dio, All Enamel Elec. Range,
frigldalre, Elec. Vacuum
Sweeper, Elec. Easy Wash
er, Complete Fire Place Set,
Oriental & Wilton Rugs,
Walnut Dining Room Set, 2
Wal. Bedroom Suites, 2 Sin
gle Child's Beds, Mohair Da
venport A Chair & Cogswell
Chair, Odd Chairs, Dishes,
K. Utensils, Curtains and ev
erything that goes to tar
nish a large home.' Terms
F. N. WOODRY
Los Undetermined Accurate
check of the loe from the Pro
ducers Cooperative Canning com
pany fire last Friday morning
will be completed in a few days,
Frank Gibson, manager, stated
last night. H. F. Thomas, mana
ger for the Cobba-Mitchell Lum
ber company, reported that the
loss to the company's old barn
which was badly damaged would
be about $500. A large quantity
of lumber stored en the first
floor was not ruined, he said.
Wanted, used furniture, Tel ill!
Experience Req aired The
state board ot medical examiners
may legally require nil candidates
for examination for a license to
practice medicine In this state, to
hare one year of Interne work in
an accepted hoepital, as a condi
tion precedent to such examina
tion. Attorney General Van Winkle
held in an opinion Monday. The
opinion was requested by Dr. C. 2.
McCusker, secretary of the state
hoard of medical examiners. ,
Scoot Tickets Distributed Dr.
George Lewis, financial chairman
fox the Boy Scout dinner to he
given at the chamber of com
merce here the evening of De
cember 21, and Scout Executive
O. P. West visited Salem scout
troops last night, to distribute
tickets which the boys will selL
The dinner will precede the hon
or court at the statehouse.
The biggest Elks show In years
this Thurs., Fri. Grand theatre.
Paroled William P. Kelton
and Henry E. Baker pleaded guilty
In Justice court yesterday to mali
cious destruction of property, and
were given 60 days each In the
county Jail and assessed court
costs, and were paroled for a year.
They wore accused of breaking a
window in a cabin belonging to
Harry Hawkins, during a drunken
Carrier Boys Dine Twenty-
seven Statesman carriers were
given a special turkey and goose
dinner Monday night. Following
the dinner they were special
guests of Warner Bros. Capitol
theatre to see Harold Lloyd in
"Movie Crazy." Each carrier was
required to secure a subscription
for the dinner and show.
5c Sale' continues all this week.
Christmas merchandise reduced.
Salem's Petland. Phone 6767.
Comes From Arizona F. A.
Hooper, who recently came here
from near Pheonix, Arlsona, has
rented the A. W. Hewit farm on
Dayton, route one. He has moved
In and taken possession. It was
through a small advertisement
that Mr. Hooper located the farm
to his liking.
Loan Firm Sues Suit to col
lect $1213 to which interest and
costs are to be added, was filed
yesterday in circuit court by the
State Savings and Loan associa
tion against Wilbur L. and Mar-
jorie- A. Traglio. The loan was
made originally for $1500.
63 people, Elks show Thurs.,
Fri. nights. Grand theatre.
New Troop Wanted -s- William
Henderson o Mill City has ap
plied to Scout Executive O. P.
West for organization of a scout
troop there. West announced yes
terday. Mr. Henderson says he
ha3 32 boys who would be pros
12-Act "Bearcat Follies"
Offeredat High School by
Willamette Classes Friday
Students of Willamette univer
sity will-untold to the public an
original 12-act vaudeville cap
tioned "Bearcat Follies" in the
Salem high auditorium this com
ing Friday night, December 9.
The program promises to he
one of the proverbial "knockouts"
featuring such attractions as two
original dramas, eae .Chinese skit
with original settings, mixed
ehorusea for song and dance num
bers, and a puglMstle burlesque-
so that all types of entertainment
Visit Troop 4 Professor Gil
lian and Oraat T. Decorah of
Chemawa Indian school last night
visited Boy Scout troop No. 4,
Christian church hers, to observe
the activities' of the troop com
mittee. A. J. Arnett Is scoutmas
ter of No. 4.
Broadcast Today The last
Willamette university radio pro
gram which will be broadcast over
station KOAC will be from 1:30
till s o'clock tonight. The speaker
will be Dr. D. H. Sehulse and his
topic will be "The Swan Song of
Copeland Finn Sues The J.
W. Copeland Yards filed suit In
circuit court Monday to collect
$492 allegedly due from W. L.
Cobb and others. The suit in
volves goods sold for construction
Opens Office William Q.
Stacey, tor five years auditor at
the First National bank in Salem,
has opened a public accounting
office at 405 Guardian building,
he announced Monday. John Fits
gerald is assisting Stacey in the
Lind Is Jailed Municipal
Jsdge Poulsen yesterday sentenc
ed Ernie Lind of Salem to serve
five days in city Jail after the
latter pleaded guilty to being
drunk, according to court re
cords. At Portland Paul V. John
son, Salem merchant and chair
man of the civil service commis
sion, spent yesterday at Portland
on business. The monthly meet
ing of the commission was post
poned. W. C. T. U. Meet The regu
lar business meeting of the Salem
W. C. T. U. will be held In the
hall at Commercial and Ferry, on
Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
tastes will be adequately satis
The four classes ot the univer
sity will vie In eight competitive
presentations, each one acting out
a musical and a dramatic number.
The class emerging: grand winner
ot the show will be the proud re
cipient ot a $1S prise.
Interlude numbers will fee tars
the far-fa met Willamette tram-
pet trio, the inimitable Pop-Eye
quartet, a xylophone solo and a
This miniature extravagaasa a
la ZiagfeU' i helms initiated by
the sophomore elass with the de
sire that it bo continued from
year to year as an official WO'
lamette tradition. Ray Rhoten is
general chairman et the "Bearcat
Fatties' program arrangements
sad Ruth Chapman la chief as
sistant. Each ot the classes is rep
resented by sus-ehalrmea, and all
the students, backed by faeulty
members, are lending hearty sup
port to the project.
The primary purpose of Insti
gating this traditional feature ac
cording to those in charge Is: to
stimulate interclasa rivalry, pro
mote Individual initiative and or
iginality, and foster cooperative
effort among students and Inci
dentally, to provide a "rip-snort
ing" good entertainment for the
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our friends
for the beautiful floral offerings
and kind sympathy extended us
during our recent sorrow. J. L.
Zlelke, Wallace Knox and family,
Lyle Knox and family.
Hanzen Urges Increase; to
Disapprove Item for
Increasing the rentals on space
In the state office building so that
they will meet interest and prin
cipal payments as they come due.
rather than meeting a deficit
through a legislative appropria
tion, is favored by Henry M. Han
sen, state budget director, he stat
ed in a letter sent te the state
board of control.
The letter expressed disapprov
al of the proposed appropriation
of $lls, 000 for this purpose and
$7740 covering similar payments
the state agricultural building.
At the time the state office
building was constructed it was
agreed that both principal and In
terest. on the loan would be paid
out ot rentals and that no part
ef the payments would come from
legislative appropriation. Han
sen's letter to the board of con
trol indicated that the rentals
have fallen far short ot meeting
"The budget division is disap
proving both of these appropria
tions," Hansen's letter read, "and
recommends that the rentals be
fixed at a figure which will insure
payment of the Interest and prin
cipal as they come due, and that
the board of control present legia
lation to he next legislature an
thorising tb dire : -.rmlifation of
the rentals collected to the pay
ment of the said interest and
The law now provides that
these rentals shall go into the gen
eral fund presumably as an offset
December 4 Elks alesa
orial service, p. m. at the
December 61033 school
bad get op for vote at S
December A-7 Western
Nat Growers' assodatioai an
oal meeting, chamber of
December T-0 Oregoa
State BorUcuHaral society
anneal seeding, chamber of
December S5-26 Two
day Chrtscsna holiday.
Jaanary 1-3 Two-day
New Tear's holiday.
to the requested appropriations.
Hansen said that in ord
make these two buildings self-sustaining
It would be necessary to
readjust the rentals of state de
partment now occupying space In
them. He declared that this did
not mean that tbe rentals wc l
have to be raised, provided --t
the loan could be extended with
the sanction ot the industrial ae-
c' -nt commission.
DeWane Duncan, 648 Union
street, returned home from s hos
pital here Sunday and is recover
lng quite satisfactorily. Duncan
was Injured by the accidental dis
charge of a shotgun while hunting
Thanksgiving day. Although it
was necessary to amputate ais
right arm he is getting along -much
better than waa first ex
MEVVELL HELD HERE "
Private funeral services were
held Moadsy morning at Rig-
don's Chapel for Mrs. Mary New
ell whe passed away Sunday at a
local hospital. Remains were cre
Mrs. Newell who was $2 years
ot age, was horn in Indiana and
had spent the greater part of
her life in Denver and the past
year had been living with her
daughter. Mias Mary C Newell,
head ot the Home Economies De
partment, Salem Indian School.
Mrs. Newell's cheerful words
will be missed by pupils aad oth
ers. Considering her advanced
age. she bad always been active
uatfl a month ago when ehs un
der went a serious dental opera
tion, the effects of which she
could not overcome.
She la survived by a son Gor
don ot Marlon, Va., and two
daughters, Mrs. F. C. Farrar of
San Francisco and Miss Mary
Newell of Chemawa.
Without OjrHo or Lots f Tim
StS OrtCDB Bids.
ABOUT YOUR K'
Tour eyes sever have an op
portunity to rest except hi
sleep. Rushing traffic, nrffllant
electric signs, fine print aQ
exact their toll. Be sure that
If you need glasses we wCl fit
them exactly to your needs at
345 Union St. Dial 500
Cleaning and Pressing
Suits 25c up
Overcoats 35c up
Dresses 50c up
Hats, cleaned 25c
Called for A Delivered
Call 6910, Used Furniture
151 North Higja
Atlas Book Store
You will be looking for the right
gift at the right price more than
ever, this Christmas. We are cer
tain that even the most discrim
inating shopper will be able to
find gifts that will suit, from our
stock. Nothing is more appreciat
ed than a good book.
Bill folds, brief cases, fountain
pens, book-ends, scrap books, fi
year diaries and photo albums . . .
card sames, writing cases, leather
note books are only a tew Items
yon will find at the Atlas.
Suggested Books for
Van Loon's Geography $3.75
A New Deal by
Stuart Chase 2.00
Yonder Lies Adventure
A Fortune to Share L5Q
Let's Start Over Again....l.50
Good Earth, Pearl Buck ...2.50
Sons, Pearl Buck 2.0
Narrow Corner, Mau'ghan.2,50
Beyond Desire, Anderson.2.50
Two Make a World,
We offer the most complete as
sortment of books to be
found in Salem. Dollar Books
are the best bargains. You
may buy the former best sell
ers, S3. 00 and 55.00 books
for only a Dollar. Below are
listed only a few of the many
STAB SERIES AXD BLUE
RIBBON DOLLAR BOOKS
Human Body, by Clendenning
Marks of an Educated Man
Outline of History, Wells
Genius and Character, Ludwig
Franklin D. Roosevelt
John D. A Portrait in Oils
Henry the Eighth
Napoleon, by Emil Ludwig
Quality and good taste have not been sacri
ficed in the new Eaton, Crane and Pike low
priced stationery. Clever boxes ef note paper,
replacing correspondence cards, comes at 25c
and 50c Colorful new boxed paper with gay
50c and up
Children's Books Reduced Prices
Lot No. 1 Regular a 5c books. Little Jenny Wrea
Jumping Joan, Tommy Snooks, IP
Dolly ft Molly IDC Special
Lot No. 2 Regular 50c books. 9C
Little Red Hen aWC Special
Willie Mouse, 3 Billy Goats, Tin Soldiers,
Lot No. 3 Regular SO and 75c books. Adventures
of Ray Coon, Little Bear, C
Genuine Leather, Assorted Colors, heavy
Kraft paper leaves. Sale Price
Cowhide, dark brown, Zipper type o r A
or straD and handle LfOJ
New low price
A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME
From now until Christmas we are offering our
entire stock of Fountain Pen Desk Sets
50 Off Regular Price
Tiiinir nt it IL Vrrm for Desk Sets made bv Na
tionally advertised pen manufacturers, guaranteed
10c " 25c
465 STATE; STREET
Hundreds of pairs Broken
Lines of Men's Shoes
All High Grade Shoes and Oxfords Black and
Brown, Kid, Calf and Scotch Grain Leathers
Regular $8, $9 and $10 Values go at
Regular $5 and $6 Values
Black and Brown, Calf and Scotch Grain
LADIES' SILK HOSE for Gifts
$1.50 and $2 Values $f7(o)(o)
Sale Price 11
Flor sSaeim Shoe
426 State Street