The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, February 21, 1933, Page 5, Image 5

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    Ths OREGON STATESMAN. Salesa. Oregon, Tuesday Mornlnsr, February 21. 1933
Local News Briefs
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price, aiongu wwa
mobiles driven by Oscar Price and
Albright were badly dem
ited bat no one was aerionsly In
ured when the two machine col
lided Sunday near the Oak Knoll
Uir course on the Salem-Dalla
hlitUay. Albright had pulled to
the left to enter a farm yard
.hen bis car waa hit broadside by
the Prce chlne. Albright said
ho did not see the other car.
Winted. used rarn. TeL 1110.
ptiillJps Gives BOad R. L.
Phillips, arrested in the federal
nroMbltion officers' raid here last
Wednesday night, obtained his re
lease trom county Jail yesterday
t,y posting a bond for $5500. Pre
liminary hearings will be given at
m m. this morning by U. S.
Commissioner Lars BergsTik for
Paul Riffle. 25, J. Wallace Bush
nd George W. uianam, au up on
liquor charges.
Ajohalt Bids Taken The city
Btreet committee last night rec-
nmmefided to me council mat ems
submitted to supply asphalt be ac
cepted and aistriDtuea eanauy
among the bidders who quoted a
nrice of J31.10 per ton i. o. o
Willbridge. Ore., as advertised
tor. Bids offered by Standard,
Shell, Union and Associatea oil
companies met this requirement.
Modern dance U Park tonite, 15c.
Protznian City Auditor The
2:5 bid of J. B. Protzman to
make the annual audit of the
city's accounts was accepted by
the city council last night. A. O.
Davison, who audited the city
books last year, recently was
awarded the county's auditing
jot'- .
Chimney Blaze Minor No ser
ious fires were reported in the
citv over the weekend. Firemen
made a run to Royal Court apart
ments Sunday afternoon to check
on an alarm box, and extinguish
ed a chimney blaze at 770 North
Winter street early yesterday.
Attend Shipley's remodeling sale,
Building a "Greater Shipley
Undertaking Filed Paul Fol
cuet Jr., plaintiff as executor in
case against the Woodburn School
district, has filed undertaking in
connection with appeal of the de
cision of the circuit court.
Ob ituary
In this city February 19, Net
tie Rogers, aged tl years. Leaves
husband, William of Salem; chil
dren, Alice Hutton, Marjorle Hut
ton and Frank Hosbrook, all of
Des Moines, la. Funeral an
nouncements later by W. T. Rig
don & Son.
At the residence, 1750 North
Church street, February 20, Abra-
bam Esau, aged 68. Leaves wid-
Mrs. Agnes Buhler ot Dallas and
Suzanne Esau, Henry Esau ana
George Esau of Salem. Funeral
services Sunday, February 26, at
p. m. from the Mennonite
church in Dallas.
Mrs. Henrietta Zlmmermann
died at the residence on route 9,
Salem, Sunday, February 19. at
the- age of 68 years. Survived by
daughters. Mrs. O. L. Daniels of
Reseda, Calif., Miss Bertha Zlm
mfrmann of Los Angeles. Mrs. H.
L. Story of Spokane, Mrs. Elsa
Trey of Salem, and Miss Henriet
ta Zlmmermann of Waveriy,
Iowa; sons, T. H. Zlmmermann of
Taeoma. Fred Zimmermann,
Oreanside. Cel.. and F. W. Zlm
mermann of Portland; sisters.
Mrs. C. Bussey and Miss Otllla
Pischke. Mrs. Julia Drelow. all of
Wisconsin, and Mrs. E. Zlmmer
mann ot Waveriy, Iowa; brothers,
Herman, Theodore and August
Pischke. all of Wisconsin, and
rrandcbildren. Funeral services
will be held at the Christ Luther
an church, 18th and State streets.
Wednesday, February 22, at 1:20 J boy, Ronald Phillip, born on Feb
p. m. under the direction of the I rBary 14 at Salem general hos-
nough-Barrlclc company, nev. a.
E. Minneman officiating. Inter
ment Belcrest Memorial park.
In tMa rift An Saturday. Febm-
ary 18. George P. Marshall, aged w Perllch, 1250 North 21st
74 years. Beloved father of Mrs. stret, a boy, Robert Paul, born
Grace Gruber of Whlttler, Calif., on February 18 In this city.
Floyd Marshall of Park City, Tanner To Mr. and Mrs. Mi
Mont., LeRoy Marshall of Long CftMx George Tanxer, 950 North
Beach. Cal., brother ot Dan ot Al- commercial street, a boy, Carl Jo-
der. Mont, and Maggie or ot
Seotia. Funeral services will o
held Tuesday February 21 at 1
p. m. frjom the chapel of the Sa
lem mortuary, 545 North Capitol
street, Rev. Grover C. Birtchet of
ficiating. Interment Belcrest Me
morial park.
At the home of her daughter In
Basin. Wyo., February 16, Mrs.
Isabelle Thomas, aged 70 years, a
late resident ot 1275 North 19th
street. Salem. Survived by iour
daughters, Mrs. Katherlne Yeagsr
and Mrs. Elizabeth Hardle, both
of Paletn. Mrs. Helen Noland of
Portland. Mrs. Mary Deal of Ba
sin. Wyo.; one son George Tho
mas of ftnnnn Tows; brother. Da-
rid Sandlands of Idaho; 10 grand
children also survive. Services
will be held from the Clough-Bar-rlck
chapel Tuesday et 10:20 a.m.
with Rev. Geo. H. Swift reading
the service. Internfent Belcrest
Memorial park.
Hospital Beds
to Rent
Can 6910, Used Fnmltnre
151 North nigh "
Brant's License Taken fol
lowing an automobile collision la
which Battle Brant. II, of S70
East Lincoln street, was injured.
m. Brant, on of the drivers.
suffered a, 20-dar suspension of
his driver's license. He pleaded
guilty In municipal , court to a
cuarge of falling to obaerre the
right ot way. Brant was arrested
following collision ot his machine
one driven by Stan Haves,
23 to West Nob Hill street, at
Capitol and Fairground road. The
girl was taken to Salem General
hospital for emergency treatment
ot minor cats about the head.
Accidents Besotted Automo
bile accidentc reported to city po
lice ovr tne week end Included:
M. Klorfein. 1415 South Liberty,
and M. H. Brown of Anmsville,
at Chemeketa and an alley; Jesse
Dore, route tour, and E. B. Per-
line, 775 Cottage, at 12th and
Court; R. E. Chittenden, Indepen
dence route one. and L. F. Ham
mer, route nine, at Liberty and
Center; Maria Wilson, Glendora
apartments, and Emma Gilliam,
1200 Court at Court and 12th;
Katherlne Engel, 1255 North.
Summer, and an unidentified
machine, at the Engel address.
Fines Remitted Fines ot $2.50
assessed against a trio of motor
ists in Justice court yesterday
were remitted when the men said
they could pay neither the pen
alty nor the court costs. Motorists
and charges were: Abe Smith, op
erating car without tall light;
J. C. Long, operating car with
improper lights, and R. C. Stet
son, operating car without tail
light. Commitment to Jail was
ordered tor Ed Gredson, who
pleaded guilty to operating a car
with Improper lights, and was
fined $1 and -costs.
Remodeling sale now on at Ship
ley's. Almost every department is
effected. Substantial price reduc
tions to clean out merchandise.
Blair Fined, Paroled Elmer
Blair, arrested by state police
near Scotts Mills, Friday, pleaded
guilty in Justice courf. yesterday
to a charge of huntiig without
a license. Judge Miller B. Hayden
fined the youth $25 and costs,
then paroled him to his attorney,
Warren A. McMlnimoe, on the
motion ot Lyle J. Page, deputy
district attorney.
Pedestrian Hart II. Rhodes,
65. Salem, was brulsel when car
driven by Charles Hinds, route
nine, box 78, struck Rbodes about
6:30 o'clock Sunday night. Hinds
did not see the pedestrian before
hitting him, but took him Imme
diately to a doctor and then nome,
he says in reporting t ie accident.
Sue P. K. Miller Complaint
to foreclose on an apartment
house on Ferry street has been
filed against P. K. Mllier and otn-
ers by the Investors Syndicate,
which seeks Judgmert of $39,
2S7.43 and recovery on several
chattel mortgages
At Rural Schools Wayne Hard
ing, rural school supei visor, visit-
ea me rurai scuoois ia iu yicu-
Mrs. Mary L. Fuuceruon. county
scnooi uperinwnueai, u nyem
the day on school Inspections, In
the Scotts Mills territory,
Sues for Divorce Kuth B. En
glehart has filed divorce proceed'
ings against James B. Englehart,
to whom she was married in Gol
dendale. Wash., December 13,
1930. She alleges cruel and Inhu
man treatment, and says also that
he deserted her.
Appraisers Named The same
set of appraisers have been named
for two estates just entered in
probate, those of William R. Ruth
and Clara F. Buckner. The ap
praisers are Helen Bergsvik, Wal
ter E. Keyes and E. M. Page.
Bilbrey Released City police
Sunday arrested C. L. Bilbrey on
a warrant charging check vagran
l cy. The man was later released.
Births . '
Hoxles To Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Ennna Hoxles. 1580 D street, a
Kleine To Mr. t A Mrs. Paul
M. Kleine ot Grand Ronde, a boy,
Norman Roy. born on February
1 1 1 at Salem Deaconess hospital.
I i.-ii.h Tn Vr. urtA Mrs. Paul
igepB born on February 11 at ssa-
letn general hospital.
Wise Travelers
stop at tbcj
Downtown Location.
Comfortable Rooms and
Good Beds at Special
Low Rates.
Oppmite Terrain! Sales BeiUieg
Fourth , of Lecture-Concert
Series to ; Wednesday;
Popularity Grows
An event which Is develonin
into a Salem "town meeting Is
the Joint lecture-organ concert be
ing presented to the pubUe by
the faculty ot Willamette univer
sity every two weeks. The fourth
ot the series of such programs ts
to be presented Wednesday night,
February 22, in the auditorium
in Waller hall. The speaker for
the evening will be President Carl
Gregg Doner, who will deliver
his lecture, "Providence in the
Life of George Washington."
Special invitations to attend
the program have been extended
to the Masonic lodges of Salem
as well as to the Rotary dab. ot
which Dr. Doney Is an honorary
member. Considerable public In
terest is being evidenced in his
lecture as Dr. Doney Is recognised
on the Pacific coast as a careful
student of history and religion
and an outstanding speaker.
rne committee on arrange
ments has announced that an
added attraction for the evening
will be the organ concert by Miss
Lois Plummer, talented young or
ganist of the local First Chris
tian church. Miss Plummer's
many friends are anticipating her
program, which will consist ot
numbers by Bach, Moussorgsky,
Demarest and other organ mas
ters, classical and modern. She
will present as her concluding
number Dunn's "America Trium
phant" from his "Pilgrim Suite'
in honor of the patriotic occa
Professor William E. Kirk will
preside at the program while the
Delta Phi sorority will be In
charge of ushering. The concert
begins at 7:45 o'clock, the lec
ture following at 8:15. A cordial
invitation Is being extended to the
people of Salem and vicinity by
the faculty and students of the
local Institution.
Motion Sustained Motions to
strike and to make complaint
more definite and certain have
been sustained in case of Nickolas
Tlmper against William H. Rush,
and amended complaint has been
filed. The suit is for $873 dam
ages. Aid to Meet The General Aid
society of the First Methodist
church will meet Wednesday af
ternoon at 2:30 In the church
parlors, at which time plans will
be made for the sub-district meet
ing. Full attendance Is desired.
Three Motorists Arrested City
police yesterday arrested three
motorists on charges of speeding:
L. F. Berkson, 140 East Myers
street; Harold Bacon, 425 North
Winter, and F. M. Stephens, 2575
Hazel avenue.
Trontdale Man Fined E. En
quist of Troutdale pleaded guilty
in municipal court here yesterday
to a charge of speeding. Judge
Mark Poulsen fined him $5, then
suspended $2.50 of that amount.
From New York P. H. Hart
man, who resides near Elmlra,
N. Y., is stopping In Salem and
expects to remain for some time.
He was a guest at the chamber
of commerce luncheon Monday.
Ratherf ord in Hospital Ev
erett Rutherford ot Tumbleson's
barber shop Is making slow im
provement from a major opera
tion performed Saturday at the
general hospital.
Corvallisite Fined $10 Plead
ing guilty in municipal court yes
terday to a charge of speeding,
Bern Hafenfeld of Corvallis found
a $10 fine facing him. He paid
the fine.
ProDertr Sold Report of the
sheriff on foreclosure execution la
case of Bessie M. Elofson vs. Rich
L. Relmann shows property sold
to plaintiff.
Chapman Estate Lelf Bergs
vik has been named administrator
of the $250 estate of Percy J.
Hererlr Estate Gladys Heyer-
ly has been named administratrix
of the $500 estate ot Jesse Hey-
It makes her day
more effective
SHE consults the markets and shops. She keep la toock
with family members. Her life goea more smoothly-her
day are more complete-her time it more profitably spent
because of the feZeptone.
The Pacific Telephone
Easiness office, 740
Battlefroht .
A. BOOTH, a state highway
commissioner la the an
bryonie days ot road con
struction in the state, paid the
capital a visit Monday. Mr. Booth
had lived quietly in Eugene tor
years; hi timber interests still
busy him as do his connections
with Willamette university and
me uetnoaist ehurch. Ha has
aged slightly la the last tew years
bat the pink cheeks and attractive
wane hair are still there. Booth
once ran for Uaited States senator
and almost won; his connection
with allegedly but never proved
timber acquisitions in Oregon's
earlier days were brought out and
ruined his election chances.
Seen here sad there: Editor
Potwin of the Albany Democrat-Herald
taking sage look
aft the session . . . the second
scrapbook of legislative events
being kept by one prominent
senator . . . and wonder of won
ders, it contains a copy of each
Battle front written this sessioa
. . . "Ifo Voter' Weatherford
casting an affirmative vote for
the aato loan bill "because It
rednees somewhat the present
rate: I have never favored le
galised usury" ... the "inter
ests' of many representatives
were against the small loan
bills bat the politics of the bills
favored an "aye" vote ...
hence a destre on the part of
most legislators to prevent a
roll call which would pat them
on record: . . . Representative
Staples and the genial senator
ial optometrist are not related
. . . "Jim Linn of the Marlon
hotel was a happy lad when he
heard the news of the house
vote In Washington yesterday.
Mrs. Hannah Martin's charges
that money had changed hands
over the small loan bill brought
immediate requests for "more1
from the state news agencies.
Such charges If they could be sub
stantiated would make the front
pages of every paper In the state
The truth Is the small-loan groups
have maintained a persistent l:b-
by but proof on payment of money
ia well-nigh impossible to obtain.
The small loan business hss been
profitable even during depres
sion; demand for money has in
creased and by paring down oper
ating expenses a bit, the capita!
invested in the business has done
well. The move to get the Inter
est rate down is decidedly more
altruistic, any observer will agree,
than the selfish demands of the
capital Invested In the business
which seeks to continue to obtain
interest from 36 per cent to 300
per cent annually. At best the
small-loan business is a harsh
grasping trade and one which
sympathetic people dislike to en
gage In.
The Salmon-r i v e r cutoff
crowd which has been about the
capital since the session opened
was jubilant Monday when the
senate passed their bill which
compels the state to take over
the f 120,000 outstanding bond
Issue of the road district creat
ed a few years ago to mn a,
highway from New Grand
Ronde to Otis Junction. The
road is an integral part of the
present highway system and no
one denies Its value; the point
at Issue was whether the state
could create a precedent of tak
ing' over subsidiary district
bonds when that district may
have been forward and over
anxious In assuming debt. If
the house concurs with the sen
ate and Governor Meier approv
es, Messrs. Boyer, Wlthrow,
Marsh, et aL will- be vastly
pleased. The Interest and prin
cipal load on the bonds was
proving very irksome. Salem
people have found the road ex
tremely valuable; ft cuts down
the Ions; drive to the coast ma
terially. Bits: Lobbies were buzzing
more yesterday than almost any
day of the session . . . many of
the session-employed elerks are
hoping sufficient new work Is cre
ated by new legislation to afford
them a Job . . . the "wet" bloe ts
working night and day to get
through constitutional convention
machinery so Oregon will not be
retarded on her ltth amendment
vote. . . Romeo Gouley et the
Marlon delegation Is taking the
lead ... he is the "wet" delegate
amd Telecraph Company
State street, rnone aiui
Incident and Personalities
Mora or Less Connected With
the State Legislator and IU
Ia the tear representatives from
Marten . . . the other three were
elected on a dry ticket, the "wets"
this county splitting their
votes while the "dries' tingle
shot the three persons who up
held their platform ... Governor
Meier is still uncertain whether
or not he will go east to the in
augural ot Mr. Roosevelt . . . leg
islative delay may retain him . . .
seme of the younger legislators
have had a great time "crashing
parties . . . drinks are always tar
nished them as a matter of "pol
icy ana as a result the neophytes
nave had more of a social whirl
and a much greater quantity of
free liquor than is provided In the
nome stamping ground . . . one
newsboy sold 85 extra papers at
the session the night the attempt
was made upon Roosevelt's life
. his net profit on the extra
was $2.1$ .. . the average state
house newsboy makes $1 dally
. Treasurer Holman's absence
Monday held up decision on the
Holman-Elnsig fracas ...
Roy Meyers of the Portland
General Electric company has
been at the session constantly.
He figured considerably in the
Thomas Investigation of the
Central Pablie Service stock
sales in this state and the work
of that company in the '81 see
si on to get through legislation
which would permit their stock
ready entry to the Oregon mar
ket ... a year ago Meyers was
stfll booming C.P.S. . . . now
the plea Is made that F. Grif
fith saves the Oregon people by
bringing the stock home and
tying It np in a ten-year voting
trust, Griffith, and the Port
landers In control. . The utili
ties are in the "dog house' this
year and they know it; their
representatives smile wanly,
talk of other subjects, and try
to see that regulation legisla
tion is as mild as ponible.
Hal Hoss' Good man Friday is
"Shan" Laughrldge. capable, mod
est, experienced state worker who
has served as assistant secretary
or state for years. He Is long, an
gulaillke Hoss and has been mis
taken for his superior on numer
ous occasions. Laughrldge hat
many friends who all agree on his
competency and friendliness of
manner. Fred Paulas is similarly
right bower for the state treas
urer, handling all of the detail
work In that office. Mr. Holm an
is far less versed In things finan
cial than his predecessor who,
nevertheless, leaned Heavily on
Paulas. The practice of each elect
ed official having a capable, llttl
publicized assistant is wise:
permits the head-man to be free
to make speeches, meet visitors
and do similar chores essential
for a man dependent on publlo
votes while the underlings do the
work. The same practice prevails
in the federal government where
the assistants are protected from
political changes by the civil
Final Rites Held
For Lad Crushed
By Falling Tree
DAYTON, Feb. 20 Funeral
services were held Monday afer-
noon in McMinnvtile for Donald
May, 11, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert May ot the Webfoot neigh
borhood, who was fatally injured
Saturday with a falling tree. Bur
ial was In the McMInnvllle Ever
green Park cemetery. Beside his
parents he is survived by three
brothers and one sister, they are
Allen. Zane, Walter and Dorothy.
Donald died in a McMlnnviUe
hospital following injuries receiv
ed a few hours earlier when a
tree fell the wrong way near the
Henry Freshour farm where log
ging is In progress.
C A. NewbtLl'.
Today, 1 P. M.
located S aUIea East of
tie Asylum ea Asylum
Consist lag of 1 eatra good
nml T yes, eld, weigai
itOO Sw.t 1 Jersey sew,
yra, eU, athklagi l IIols-
tesin sow. will
Afdli 1 Jersey fsetferi SO
mow, liogbora faenei sV
L B. hems i 10 mixed eons;
1 hay rake, 1 la-tack Oltvet
chilled elowi 1 free, lever
harrow; 1 B shovel ealtlvat
or 1 rubber tired baggy 1
grind stone 1 hand spre;
lwneel barrow 1 stag
work bare east 1 baggy har
ms; 4 tone loose bay; SP
sacks grey oats; S sack
wheati SO sacks eora; TC
lbs. fans A bacon 4 cord
old fir 10 ta. woodt H erd
root wood; Hosae Comfon
range; heater; S be?
tilings A mattress; ehiffea
isk dresslag table; S X
tables A coach; rocker,
dialog chairs, canned frnri:
nest Bt. easflf crocks :
bedding, and many ether
densnsnasee artistes
Term each. aerytltn
asusTso as Mr. Wewbfft I
for constipation, rheumatism,
appendicitis, eolltls, and blood,
gland, stomach disorders.
Chinese Medicine Co.
122 N. ComT St.
Hours Daily t-g. Sunday 0-12
Uses 22 Rifle; Financial
Worries Thought Cause;
Former News man
WOODBURN, Feb. 10 Fol
lowing a state ot despondency ap
parently brought about by finan
cial difficulties, Ray Abbott, 5$.
committed suicide at hie home
here at S o'clock Sunday morning.
by shooting himself with a hunt
ing rifle. His wife and daughter
were home at the time.
Hearing the shot Mrs. Abbott
hurried to his room, and upon
finding him ia an unconscious
condition Immediately called a
doctor. His death came a few min
utes after the doctor arrived.
Indications were that he had
discharged the rifle, a heavy .22
calibre special, with the use ot an
ice pick. The bullet penetrated
his heart.
Abbott had made his residence
in Woodburn tor the past two
years, coming here from Silver
ton. He had formerly been in the
newspaper business in various
Washington cities. In Portland
and In McMlnnviUe. He was mar
ried in the eaat to Miss Bessie
Elkins In 1901.
He Is survived by his widow;
three daughters, Mrs. Larry Mie
tenum of Mullno, Ore., Mrs. Elgin
McClary ot Sllverton and Ellen
Abbott ot WoodbuTn; one son,
John Abbott ot Woodburn.
Acting upon a previous request
by Abbott the remains will be
taken to the Portland cremator
ium for disposal. Funeral an
nouncements will be made later.
The report of the senate per
diem committee was approved
Monday with only one dissenting
An amendment providing that
senators who desired to accept
mileage for both the special and
regular sessions should file a
written claim was rejected by the
committee. The amendment was
offered by Senator Upton when
the report of the per diem com
mittee reached the senate last
Upton declared that a number
of senators apparently did not
desire to accept mileage for both
the special and regular session
and that some provision should be
made whereby a part of It could
be returned to the sreneral fund
Senator Strayer said this could
be accomplished without amend
ing the original report ot the com
The report was signed by Sen
ators strayer, Dunn and Wood
Second Pioneer Hurt
In Fall, Silverton
SILVERTON. Feb. 20 Mrs.
Edna J. Brown, one of Silverton's
best known pioneer mother, f 11
inursaay evening and sprained
her back. While no bones were
broken Mrs. Brown will be forced1
to remsin in nea lor a tew days.
She is being eared for by Mrs.
Edith Benson. Mrs. Brown was
returning from a visit to another
pioneer, Mrs. Esther Grace, who
is confined to her bed with a
broken hip, received In a recent
Anyone That Mentions This Ad May Hare a Pair of
Rubber Heeb Put on Their Shoes Absolutely Free If
They Will Hare a Pair of Half Soles Put On At Our
Special Low Prices.
Womens Soles g3
Men's Soles
Boy's Soles
Children's Soles
according to size
We use only the finest leathers and there can be
no finer work produced in any shop
This is onlj a special for one week: to test the
pulling power of our ads
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t. ww e isi m mm
Cesssg Evads
Feb. t4 Salens high vs.
Astoria, basketball.
Feb. S4 Eugene COee-
Rotarr dab.
February tU 85 Marlon
ity Sunday school con
vention at First Presbyter
tan church.
Feb, 2r7 Nun comers'
night, chamber of commerce.
liar. Concert of Sa
lens FhJJharmoaie orches
tra. March 15-lfl State high
basketball touma-
Mass meeting for the Marion
county citizens to talk over reme
dies tor fire hazards at tne court
house, has - been announced for
Saturday night, February 25, at
7:20 o'clock in Judge McMahan's
courtroom at the county court
bouse, Arthur H. Moore, foreman
ot the grand Jury, announced yes
Indications that such a meeting
would be called late next week
were reported several days ago.
Reports from both eity and
state fire departments relative to
hazards at the courthouse will be
available for the meeting. The
grand Jury foreman has called the
meeting to secure sentiment over
the county on whether or not cit
izens wish the county to expend
money at this time to correct tire
hazards, and If so, to what extent
renovations and Improvements at
the courthouse should go.
The grand Jury recently called
the hazards to attention ot the
county court.
Silverton Company
Complimented by
Inspecting Officer
SILVERTON, Feb. 20 MsJor
H. E. Pillsbury from the regular
army. Inspecting officer at the an
nual federal Inspection of C. 1
162 Infantry, expressed himself
as very well pleased and highly
complimented Captain Harry L.
Riches, with the Sllverton com
Major F. Welgand of Portland
and CoL E. Moshberger, also of
Portland, were visitors at the an
nual inspection.
Mrs. Emma Welter
Dies in Washington
SUBLIMITY, Feb. 20 Mrs.
Emma Welter, 65, died at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Aga
tha Gassner at Beaverton Febru
ary 16, after an illness ot a week.
caused by a stroke. She was well
known and lived here he last 14
years. She Is survived by three
daughters and tour sons. Her hus
band passed away about 10 years
SHELBURN, Feb. 20 Wava
Twilla is the name ot the baby
daughter who recently arrived at
the R. L. Darby home. This Is
their third daughter.
Without Operation or Lou at TltM
tit Ortroa Bids.
Pfcoa SSO
Bearcat Debate !
: ''Men Winners W.A
Contest at Reno
Willamette university men's de
bate team won a two-to-one de
cision front the Ualverslty ot Nev
ada squad at Rene Friday night,
according to a telegram received
by Prof. Herbert E. Rahe of the
publle speaking: department. The
Willamette teem, consisting of
Ralph McCullough, Ross Knotts
and John Rndln, Is on' an exten
sive tour of the southwest.
McCullough, Rahe stated, will
return here soon te start training
for the state and Pacific coast
extemporaneous speaking contests
while his companions will con
tinue the tour.
KEIZER, Feb. 20 The Ladles'
Aid society win meet an day
Thursday with Mrs. W. E. Sav
age. Potluck lunch wfTl be served
at noon.
SHELBURN. Feb. 20 Mrs.
Mary E. Miller, C. O. MeClaln,
Henry Wyman and Elsie Bales
have been drawn for Jury duty for
the March term of eourt.
Children's Colds
Yield ouicker to
Yield quicker to
double action of
1 I,
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