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The OREGON STATESMAN.; KaUm, Prison Thursday Morning. March 30, 1933
FOLK c in
Harry Maetin of Stayton in
Jail Here, Facing Still
STAYTON, March 29 Harry
Martin, who resides just outside
the city limits, was arrested here
one assault and battery charge
Tuesday night by Deputy Sheriffs
Williams and Smith; and this
noon Sheriff A. C. Burk and Dep
uty Smith came out and took a
still from the Martin home.
Complaint was made to the
sheriff that Martin was beating
his 13-year-old daughter, one of a
family of eight children.
Martin, It develops, has been
selling liquor to school children
here. However the revenue has
apparently not been heavy, as the
Red Cross and local relief set-up
has been caring for the family for
Harry Martin of Stayton Is held
in the county Jail on a liquor
charge, and it Is on this charge be
will come before the courts.
...Whether his case will come up In
justice court this morning, or
whether It will be taken Into the
federal court, had not been deter
mined last night.
The child-beating charge will
be dismissed, Sheriff Bnrk stated.
SCIO. March 29. The Junior
class play, "I Will, t Won't!" will,
be given Friday night at the Z. C.
B. J. hall. Miss Bernice Newhouse
is coach, and parts art taken by
Dick Quarry, LaVaun Gardner,
Sylvia Bartn, Marley Sims, Lyle
Jackson, Maiine Arnold, Marjory
Moses, Everett McDonald and El
JEFFERSON, March 29. The
senior class will present "Windy
Willows," a four-act comedy, Fri
day night, April 7. The scene is
a small village. Characters are
Kenneth Seipp, Robert Harris,
Robert Hart, John Wright, Mac
Calavan, Dorothy Marcum and Ce
Clear Lake Youths
v To Present Drama
I At Club's Session
CLEAR LAKE. March 29. The
community club meeting will be
held at the schoolhouse Friday,
March 31. The young people will
put on the play, "For Rent, Fur
nished," at low admissions.
The evangelistic meetings clos
ed Tuesday with a large attend
ance and good results among the
young folks. The pageant, "The
Pearly Gate," drew a full hoc Be.
The party goes from here to Stay-ton.
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Here is ihe last picture, made lost before the fall of bis capital, of
Governor Tang Yu-Lin of Jehol Province. He is shown astride his
Mongolian pony during the military operations outside Chingte. After
a half-hearted defence of bis capital. Governor Tang fled and the city
fell into Japanese hands. For his treachery, Tang was executed, ac
cording to reports, by order of Marshal Chang HsueE-Liang, commander
of China's regular army.
WHEATLAND, March 29 The
dedication of the new Wheatland
community hall was held Satur
day night. Salem, Brooks and oth
er towns and communities were
represented, several hundred peo
ple attending. Admission fees
amounted to more than 334. The
hall was beautifully decorated. R.
G. Kidd of Hopewell purchased
the Wheatland Social Service
shower club quilt.
An interesting and lengthy pro
gram was presented, the Wheat
land school giving among other
numbers a ngro play.
By-laws were read and approv
ed by the board of directors, Clyde
M. LaFollett, president; Merle
Bronson, vice-president; Eugene
Wilson, secretary-treasurer; Clyde
Fowler, sergeant-at-arms; Philip
H. Fowler, assistant sergeant-at-
arms. Roy Cooper and Delta Culp
were appointed standing music
After a delicious supper those
who wished enjoyed dancing, to
music played by Roy Cooper, Har
lan Cooper, Delta Cnlp, Eugene
Wilson, Edwin Payne and others.
The hall stands as a mark of
unusual enterprise and ambition
of the Wheatland residents be
cause it was erected entirely by
donation and completed in record
speed In this time of depression
It will be used for all civic activi
Mrs. Edna Geer New
FALLS CITY, March If. The
March meeting of the local P.TJL
was held In the school auditorium
Monday sight. Miss Gerald In e
Richardson, commercial 'instruc
tor, gave a talk on typing and pre
sented one of her classes In a drill.
Miss Richardson Is entering sev
eral of her students In the county
typing contest at Dallas Saturday.
Round-table talks on "How the
School and Home Training of the
Child May Be Blended so as to
Bring Best Results" were held,
with Mrs. Chester Beneflel eon
ducting the discussions. The va
rious bills pertaining to the school
that were passed and rejected by
the legislature were discussed by
Prof. D. J. Ickes.
meeting of bovs interested in
the forming of a garden club will
be held at the home of Mrs. O. L.
Frink after school Thursday.
8ILVERTON, March 19.
Friends are admiring the beauti
ful camelia bush which Is now in
full bloom in the P. L. Brown gar
dens. Most of the camellas in Sll-
verton gardens were caught by the
heavy frosts of the past winter so
that the bush in the Brown gar
dens Is outstanding.
The large camelia bush which
has always attracted visitors in
the W. 8. Jack gardens with its
hundreds of blooms, will not
bloom this year. While the bush
will live, the buds all trose.
Other gardeners are reporting
the same trouble and one of the
camellas in the Brown gardens
also frose. The bush in bloom was
thought to have been more heavily
RIVERVIEW, March 29 Ralph
MacDonald, who has taught in the
Riverside school for the past 13
terms, will teach in the Oakview
school next term, and Mrs. Edna
Geer, former Linn county school
superintendent, is elected to carry
on the excellent work of Mr. Mae-Donald.
SILVERTON, March 29. Will
Linn, who suffered a stroke ef
paralysis Sunday morning, is re
ported as getting along very well.
His condition Sunday night was
reported quite critical but early
in the week he rallied sufficiently
to strengthen the hope of his ul
Start Last Period;
Install Gas Pump
RICKREALL, March 29 Rick
reall schools resumed classes this
week after a week of spring vaca
tion. A new group of student
teachers from Monmouth Normal
will start their practice teaching,
to continue for the remaining 12
wks of school.
Les Hanna, proprietor of the
Black Bird Inn, has recently in
stalled an electric gas pump and
a 6000-gallon storage gas tank.
THE CAPITAL DRUG STORE
Free Lunch Feature
Of Club's Program
HOPEWELL, March 29. El
mer Wood has a serious case of
blood-poisoning in his leg, as re
sult of a slight injury from a saw
tooth. The monthly program will be
given at the Fairview school Fri
day, March 31, at 8 p. m. Free
lunch will be served.
TEACHER FINISHES STUDY
SILVERTON, March 29. Mrs.
JVida Bennett, daughter of Rev.
and Mrs. J. A. Bennett, who has
been attending the University of
Oregon during the autumn and
winter term, has completed her
work for her B.A. degree and is at
home with her parents at on ver
ton. Mrs. Bennett has taught in
the Silverton schools for a number
of vears. She backed lust 19 hours
of credit for her degree aud these
shu completed the past two terms.
8raopsis of Annual Statement of the
Hichifaa Millers Mutual lira Insurance
Company of Laming-, in. the State of
Jtichifan, on the thirty-first day of D
trmber, 1932, made to the Insurance
Commissioner of the 8tste ol Oregon,
pursuant to law:
A moo at of capital stock paid Bp,
liutaal Co. f
Ket premium received daring the
Interest, dividends and rests received
J.ir.nv taa Tear. I212.3a2.33.
Income from other sources received
during the year, 8,061.66.
Total income, $2,392,256.00.
Net losses paid during the yea' in-
sloding adjustment expenses, 8955,199
Dividends paid to policy-holders dorisg
the year, $597,128.03.
Commissions and salaries paid d Bring
sa vaar. S7S7.095.68.
Taxes, licenses sad fees paid daring
ah tur. SS4.S41.2S.
Amoont of all other expenditures,
Total expenditures, $2,587,482.24.
Value of real estate owned (market
Basis of Valuation: Bonds, Conven
Una BtAt-ka. Vahtaa.
Value of stocks and ponds owned
,kM valaa). S 1.177.831.89.
Loans oa mortgages sad collateral.
.i. ai sua 101.01.
Cash la baako sad on hand, 8806.197.
48. Premium in course of collection writ-
tea since September SO, 1933, 1171,977,
I ate rest sad rents dae and accrued.
Total admitted a sets, $8,940,440.80,
Gross elaima for losses unpaid, $868,
ai 02. 4
Amos at of aaearned premiums oa all
Mtitaadin risks. S1.634.647.8S.
Dao for oommiesioa and brokerage.
AU .tear liabilities. $385,305.46.
Reserve for fluctuation of Market vol
fetal liabilities, except oapitaL 92,
Capital paid ap. Mutual Co.
Surplus ever all Babilitiea, Bated
Market YsJaea. 81.545.800.03.
Surplus as regards policy-holders.
BUSINESS IN OREGON FOB TH5
Vol premiums received daring the
Losses paid during the year, 97,334.67,
Lessee Incurred daring , the year,
Jfamo of Compasy, Hlellraa Millers
Mutual liro la a. Co.
Name of President, A. 1. Baker.
Name of Secretary, IV H. Baker.
tatntery resident attorney for sorv
lea. Iasaraaeo Commissionsr.
'See reserve for flnctastioa reducing
Coaventlea Values to market values as
(mk X Fresh
I T f AWAY
A beautiful corsage bouquet of fresh-fragrant
violets will be presented to our customers with'
each purchase as long as the supply; lasts.
The Capital Drug Store is friendly, dependa
ble and appreciative.
An Added Feature
SPECIAL PRICES ON THE DRAM SIZE OF PERFUMES
FOR THESE THREE DAYS
ROGER AND GALLET
50c dram. Feu Follet.
33c dram. Le Jade
$1.25 dram. Mimzy
50c dram. Qnelque Flcurs.
50c dram. Ideal ...
50c dram. Paris
75e dram. Appel d Amour 69c
$15 dram. Mon Gardenia 89c
$1.25 dram. Sweet MasnoliJU.89c
$1.35 dram. Bellodsla 98c
$2.00 dram Christmas
50c dram. L'Aimant
50c dram. Chypre ...
$1.10 dram. Mltsouko
$1.10 dram. L'Heure Bleue.
0HLY AT THE
CAPITAL DRUG STORE
State at Liberty;
J, H. WILLETT
(WITH EVERY PAIR OF
FULL FASfflONED PURE SILK HOSE IN THE
LATE SPRING SHADES. SERVICE
'Accept your Easter hose as a gift from us
llack and beige kid strap
pumps. Cuban heels.
few mnlined aandali and
lea In whita and taaokM
ML PAIR OF HOSB FREBJ
work ad plain
pattern pumps, ties an
la beiff. waits.
A PAIR OF HOSE FREE!
Sport oxfords in new
iervice calf and smooth
feathers, white, smoked
elk, and two-tones.
A PAIR OF HOSE FREE!
Suin Bass DuFlez
occasins, all sixes. The
most popular sport ox
ford we hare erer sold.
A PAIR OF H0S3 FRED J
A PAIR OF HOSE FREE I
Press pumps and ties fa
black, white, beige kid.
A PAIR OF HOSE FREE!
Pontiac Arch Support
Oxfords in brown and
A PAIR OF HOSE FREE!
CORNER STATE & HIGH STREETS
The "Show House90 between the two show houses.
f Dee. 81. 1933.