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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Sunday Morning. Jaly 39, 1933
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Local News Briefs
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Thompson, . Putnam Back Pa-
'- trolmen Merlon Putnam And Wal-
ter Thompson of the. city poliee
fore returned to their beats yes
f terday Alter their annual 'two
weeks vacations. Thompson spent
' bis' holidays in Salem- and . os
shorTtrips. patrolmen C A. Xy
kendall and W. R. Now will leave
Tuesday on their Tacatlons. first
'i ' going together on a two-day fish
" " ins trip. Later Kay kendall -.
peets - to Tisit ' the beach and
Breltenbush- hot springs with
sf! Mrs. Xaykenflall. v'nx' r
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ICE. Prompt residence delivery.
Phono 5 COS. Also sew modern all
'- steel refrigerators at low prices.
,: Capital Ico & Cold Storage Co.
519 Trade street.
R. B. Computet Dismissed.
Threo complalnte against tbo
Oregon Eleetrie Railway oom
? pany, tbo O, W. B. at the
m Southern PaciXle and other rati
r transportation lines ,ln , Oregon,
were ordered -dismissed by tbo
pobUe ntilitles commissioner yes-
r- terday, AH bad been oa Ue dock
eta tor so no time and Investl-
-; gated. The :' complaints ' against
charges .were brought by Kerr,
Olftord -ft .Company, Ine,- Crown
' Ulna . and Alber. Bros.' Milling
C Exley Answers Caroline
Exley, answering complaint filed
11 by Augusta Bratsel, asked that
Judgment ot 9131.50 on estate of
' Frederick Ohse of which defen
' " dant is solo beneficiary; be de
creed TAlld. Plaintiff sought to
hare the Judgment declared Inva
lid on ground that defendant as
tmlnlstratrlx ot the Ohse estate
made no application to be substi
tuted as party plaintiff In the or
iginal action In connection with
Sues for DlTorce Mary F.
Kurts yesterday filed suit for di
vorce from Frederick G. Kurts, to
whom she was wedded November
1. 1924 in Vancouver, Wash. She
asks custody ot their seven-year-
old son. 1 25 monthly support for
the child, $15 monthly alimony
for herself. $100 attorney's fees
and a portion of real estate held.
She charges cruel and inhuman
Children Start Fire Quick
action with a water pall yester
' day afternoon stopped the pro
gress ot grass fire started by
children at lav and threaten
ing to set fire to a vacant house
at Jefferson street, city firemen
reported. A neighbor had the
blaze extinguished when firemen
At the residence, 1024 High
land avenue, July 29, Mable A.
Martin, at the age ot S7 years.
She leaves husband, W. A. Mar
tin of Brownsville, daughters
Mrs. Evelyn L. Naderman and
Mildred C. Martin of Salem, son
Cecil C. Martin, sister Minnie E.
Luper et Princeton. Ore., broth
ers William Cobb, Willamina, and
George Cobb, Grants Pass. Was
a member of Turner Rebekah
lodge. Funeral announcements la
ter by W. T. Rigdon and Son.
la this city, Friday. July it,
William H. Stone aged 70 years.
Survived by two daughters, Mrs.
Eva Tarpley of Seattle, and Mrs.
Marjorie Crooks of West Salem.
Funeral services will be held
Monday, July 31 at 1:30 p. m.
from the chapel of Salem Mor
tuary, 645 North Capitol street.
Rev. S. Darlow Johnson officiat
ing. Interment in Mountain View
cemetery, Oregon City.
t Ithls city, Saturday, July 29,
Tlarenee Blanchard, at the age
et 4 tears, beloved father ot
MarlafcaLoalse, Donald, Frank and
Job Blanchard, all of Salem.
Funeral announcements later by
Salem Mortuary, 545 N. Capitol
At the residence in Ontario,
Ore., Charles H. Savage,; He
leaves wife, -Ada Savage of On
tario, two alaters. Mrs. William
MeGflchrlst, Jr et Salesa, Mrs
Walter Reynolds of Philomath,
brothers Oliver ot Burns, Alvln
f Salem, Roy M. ot Hunting
ton Park, CaL, W. W. of Pert-
Und. aothsr Mrs. WClUra : N.
Savage ' of Balem. Tnnerai ser
vices Tuesday, August 1, 1:10 p,
ta. from the chapel Of W. T. Rig-
son and Son. Interment Macleay
f At the, residence on North 13th
Street, July 23, at the age ot 83
years, David Denham. Survived
by two daughters, Mrs. Margaret
Vadney and Dr. Mae Putnam
Hall, both of Salem. Funeral ser
vices to be held in the chapel of
the Clough-Barrlck company.
-Monday, July 31, 10:30 a. m
Rev. D. R. Schierman of the Ad-
' Ventist church officiating. Inter
Belcreet Memorial park.
Harbor, . T. H., July , Warren
Bradshaw McLelleos, at the age
of 29- era,iLeaves parents,' Mr.
and Mrs. William A.1 McLelleos of
Salem, . one sister, Mrs, Roy
Marken of 'Seattle He was with
the 92 nd company rifle . corps, v.
B. marines. Funeral services Mon
day, July 31, 10:39 a. from
ehapel ot W. T. Rigdon and Son,
Interment ML Crest Abbey mau
aoleum. Rev. Wilson officiating.
WltboBt Oprt!oa r Lots ( Tmm
Otvcmi BMs. PhM UOft
Mt. Angel Man Arrested 1 City
traffic officers yesterday after
noon arrested Ben Ackerman. lit,
Angel, on ? a charge of driving
recklessly through" traffic lanes.
They said Ackerman drove bis
car through the lanes at State
sad Commercial, and States and
Liberty streets without regard
for pedestrians. - Unable to post
10 ball, Ackerman was forced to
leave bis car with the police ot
Insure hia appearance is munici
pal court ttta week. I ; I A
Tj. A. Boosts X. R. A. AH
Los Angeles is boosting the N.
R. A. program, Hob art Kiggina.
relief . city polleemaB. reported
here yesterday. Kiggina with his
wife and Mlas Katherlne Carthew
and Amanda Schwabbauer return
ed. Friday sight from a two
weeks motor trip to the- southern
California city. Merchants is par
ticular and also other business
men In Los Angeles have reduced
working hears had advertised for
many new employes, Kiggina said.
Bond Heariiur Set -Final hear
ing inr estate of Oliver Elam
Bond has been set tor 19 a. m.
September 6. Final account of
Hattie May Bond, administratrix.
shows assets of SSil.ee sad dis
bursements of 9S77.0&. Of the
assets, f487.40 is the estate's
share in SHOO damages receiv
ed from the railway 'company is
action brought following Bond's
fatal accident. Half of this $1,-
ooo went to .the attorneys and
113.40 to a witness.
Estates Settled Orders of dis
charge have been filed In the
estate of Joseph Hirzslefen and
Wilhalmlna Hirrslefen, for both
of which Rev. F. Scherbrinr has
been administrator. The latter es
tate was appraised at S 1.1 2 5. 50.
the bulk of which was real prop
aeto Hre Small Before city
iiremen could reach the scene.
an automobile blaze for which
they had been called to Front
ana Division streets yesterday
morning was extinguished. Earlier
In the day they put out a chim
ney blaze at 750 North Front
. s. Rnieht Visits a. a
Knight of Pealuma, Cal.. who is
interested in the poultry indus
try, was a visitor in Salem yes
terday, ur. Kjugnt is on bis way
home from a trip through Caaa-
ca. vvneat crops there are much
below normal, due to hot weath
asks court Change May
Trembath has asked the circuit
court for a change of venue in
her case against Robert Collin.
Plaintiff, & resident of Clackamas
county, requests the case be
changed to Multnomah county In
asmuch as most of the witnesses
reside in that county.
jnOfiinent Entered In snlt
of Henry Zollaer vs. F. D. Kaser
and Frank Ehert, judgment for
S7Q0 has been entered. Stlnula-
tion Has also been made that the
defendant pay the judgment with
in CO days, plus eight percent
Assumed Name R. V, Fore
man has filed notice of retire
ment from Cash and Carry Clean
ers at 352 Chemeketa street and
Chester C. Foreman has filed
assumed business name for Cash
and Carry Cleaners, 1073 South
Minnesota Picnic Set The an
nual Minnesota picnic will be held
Sunday, August 13, at Champoeg
park. A program of speaking and
music is being arranged. The pic
nic committee will furnish coffee,
cream and sugar.
Pedestrian Chaser Fined -
Murphy, route four, whom city
police arrested Friday on a eharge
of falling to give right of way to
pedestrians, yesterday pleaded
guilty is municipal court. Judge
Mark Pouuen fined him fl.
Pays up Check Bad check
charge against George Pappas was
dismissed in Justice court yester
day on motion of the district at
torney and after Pappas had paid
the S15 check and court costs of
Seattle Car Recovered City
police here - yesterday recovered
an automobile which had been
stoles from Seattle. The car was
found abandoned os 'downtown
street, the gasoline tank dry and
two tires missing.
Demurrer is Filed J. J. Mc
Donald, defendant In complaint
over land bought by H. V. Com
ton : and W. J. Bnslek. - has filed
demurrer, on rounds that' the
complaint does not state facts
aft iciest for cease of actios.
' Judgment Entered- Judgment
for 1375.34 sad order of sale of
property has ? been' entersd tor
plaintiff in circuit court action of
Credit Service company vs. An
drew Olson. ' . - .
Special ' fried chicken
i Xtoday," 50c and ,75c. . .
273 S. Commercial St.
Dr. B. H. White
- No Charge for ConsulUtion
Night and Day Calls
- Osteopathic Physician sad ' '
Office: 355 North Capitol St
.Telephone 5030, Salem, Oregon
Do not Come Under N. R. -A.
Blue Eagle Plan; Code
Being Worked out
Salem dairymen.. Including
peddlers, producers sad: dlstrfbu
tors. are working J their national
labor code but under jprorlslQni
ot the agricultural adjustment
act, and sot under the national
Industrial recovery act whleh
other industries are dealing with
right now, Alton B. SiTlsy
chairman for the dairymen ts
this endeavor, aald yesterday ta
explanation ot why dairymen win
not be exhibiting the N. R. A,
Mr. Hurley stated that the
milk industry is "presenting a
national code at Washington,
that It has already gone on rec
ord as Approving the president's
reempleymeat program Is 'princi
ple, and that pending a hearing
the Industry ris a. whole Is i en
deavoring te cooperate witti the
The International Association
of Milk Dealers' special commit
tee will meet Is New York Tues
day, August 1, to draft a nation
al labor code for presentation to
the N. R. A. administration Wed
needay. As soon as this la done.
Portland milk area committees,
already at work, will have a deti
nlte working basis for coming
under the agricultural adjust
Salem dairymen will work out
their code in cooperation with
the Portland group, and to this
end a committee of five, with
Mr. Hurley as chairman, was
named at the code meeting of
dairy Interests Thursday of this
week. On this committee also are
Herman RIeck, Melvln Lien, Gus
Schlicker and R. W. Clark.
Salem dairy interests which
met mis wees: to work out s
code under provision of the ag
ricultural adjustment act were
itol Dairies, Alton D. Hurley;
Curlys dairy, H. L. Ekerson;
Hazel Dell, William- Sheridan:
Salem Sanitary Milk company.
C. H. Ostrin; Producers Milk
company, Marvin "Weils. Pasteur
izer-produeer-dlstributors - Mea
dow Grove dairy, Herman RIeck;
Pleasant Home dairy, H. H. Ku-
ensi; Waldo Hills Guernsey, Ed
Producer - distributors Fir
Grove Guernsey, Adolph Schulz;
Jersey Farm, T. L. Hicks: Lien's
Creamland, Melvin Lien; Middle
Grove, Loren Watts: A. C. Spran
ger dairy; Sunshine, R. S, Far-
rand. Peddlers Foshay, Gus
Schlicker, Dave's Independent
dairy, Dave Dewey; O. K. dairy.
Howard Ball. Dairy Cooperative
association, R. W. Clark.
Seeks $18,14 Damagei Rein
hard F. Groening has filed salt
against O. F. Johnson for total of
$18,104 damages as result of an
automobile accident June 14,
1932, in which Greening's wife, j
Marjorie Ann. was tatallv Iniured.
The damages sought are divided:
special, $3, 164.50: general, 10,-
000; exemplary, f 5,000.
Attends Conventions H. L.
Stiff of the H. L. Stiff furniture
company recently attended meet
ings of the Oregon furniture deal
ers in Portland and the Northwest
Furniture Dealers association in
Tacoma. Hours, wages, and retail
prices under the national recovery
act were principal topics discuss
ed. Appraisal Shows $1677 E.
G. Yergen, J. P. Frleman and
H. A. Zern - have appraised es -
tate of Gastav A. Swan at $1677,
or wmcn siiis is in real prop-
Landell Kstate-wmtam Good
ing, William Thamer and Fred
Dental are appraisers for 02200
estate of Gustaf Werner Laadall.
John Edward Landell Is the ad
Ia Turner Case Application
to place on motion docket de
murrer ta answer of defense has
been filed In ease of Turner Se
curities company vs. Ball Bro
File Aseomed V
Delsne: and A. H.
filed with the county clerk asl
sumed name of Credit Adjust -
ueui company, with headauar -
ters at 290 North Church.
, Bank Designated At request
of William Neimeyer, guardian.
Laa and Bush . bank has been
designated as depository for
funds held in the guardianship
i ueorge aurgett.
Negro Jailed James Brown
Wall, transient negro, was jailed
yesterday by city police on a
cnarge of being drunk.
Grid Umpire Here Sam TVi1n
O.S.C. professor and famed as
umpire for coast football games.
was a mko visitor Saturday.
;-".. lUdsanuner Special
801 1st Kstl Bsak sa"
. Breach T Csstls rtoseer -.
rersuacat Tffams,' FsrUaM
: to Rent
Call CO 10, Used Furniture
1S1 North High
SUMMER heat beats mercilessly
down on city 'pavements.
Stores, shops,' offices are unbear
There is smoke,
p r s p Iratlon,
g r 1 m e, t h
cars and ' the
rpar of: elevat
ed trains. There
is the call of
ill - about , the
the food odors
from y s r
neighbor's kitchens are uf fieient
to appease your ws Appetite.
Aren't yen glad yon -don't lire
in It? That Salem Silverton
Woodburn, the country, the Wil
lamette valley Is instead your
heme? . That yon have a garden
of your own? Even If it Is some
times a little too warm or too
bothersome to work la ltf:-
July and August Are tae xDoaths
that - determine whether we: re
real gardeners or jmt a "shot la
the arm." The latter is the one
who gets the fever in the spring,
when the air is balmy and hrfsXt
llag with, inspiration; when
things are turning green. Then
this would-be gardener rnahes nut
with a lot of ambition and expen
slve seeds and shrubs, din. sows.
fertilises, plants. But in the hot.
dry July and AugusUdays. he just
sits back and says. "Oh. My!. It
Isn't worth it." and proceeds to
fofget the garden, which very
soon does take on a look as if it
weren't worth it.
The true gardener knows that
there is much to be done during
the coming six weeks if he is to
keep his garden from looking like
an "also ran," or if he is to have
any pleasure from It when the old
ambition returns with the first
Even If you cannot keep your
entire lawn and garden green and
fresh looking, you " can keep it
neat, and neatness in a garden is
If almost as much admired as it Is
Keep the weed-heads cut oft
the lawn. This helps to keep
weeds from reseeding themselves
Headed by the request of Klam
ath Falls for permit to appropriate
1500 second feet ef water from
Klamath river for power develop
ment, the week saw several ether
large requests for appropriations,
C. E. Strieklln, state engineer, an
nounced Saturday. The Klamath
Falls request was announced ear
lier In the week, and protests
have already been made against
granting the appropriation by the
Klamath Irrigation district. JNo ac
tion has yet been taken.
Other requests during the week
included the following
The forest queen Mining eom-
nanv of Grants Pass for permit
to appropriate 15 second feet ot
water from Louse creek, tributary
of the Rogue river, for mining
purposes In Josephine county.
Esther Lawton of Huntington
for 4.01 second feet of water from
Snake river for irrigation ot S69
acres in Malheur eounty.
Anna C. Taylor of Portland for
three second feet water from Arch
Cape creek for irrigation in Clat
Charles L. Dodge of North Pow
der for two second feet from- the
east fork of the Grand Roade riv-
,r fnr mlnlnr nnrnoiH In TJnlon
j. H. DeHass of Cove for OS
cmm tpt from Wunir snTlnjcs.
tributary of Warm creek for Irri
gation tn Union eounty.
MEET BLANKET CODE
Furniture dealers of Salem will
comply immediately with the ra-
aulrements ot the "blanket" code
I at tba national recovery, act. aub-
1 -t in Mh ravtalans -as will he
t t. h Mdt rnard bv the
Tt.tll irnraUnra rMalers
That was the decision reached
yesterday by local furniture deal
ers. Representatives of the group
Saturday expressed the aptnion
that the code which specifically
governs the furniture trade to be
submitted to the sdministratlem
by the national association will be
accepted and approved. .. . .
Shorter hours and mora em
ployment will be the universal ef
fect ot the code In the fsrntture
business they said.
Tin Ynn Knnw J . i
that men can get alonf
without food for 61
days, without water (
days, but not S d a y
without sleep 7 U i i i
! . If
Do You Know . i
that we have built our
business upon ideals of
r service, and of absolute
aocuracy in our brescriiS-
tion department T Brinf;
your physician's pre-
- ncriDtion Here. ? r . ; f
Drug Store j
133 K. CommercUl - Dial S197
The ' Original .-. Yellow Front
Caady Special Store of Salem
tor a stronger hold next season,.
and it adds greatly to the neat
ness. I remember hearing an in
structor at Oregon State college
teUlag sis elass in country land
scape gardening: "Don't mind so
much If you cannot keep yosr
lawna. green during the heat of
aer.' A golden lawn la the
country sort nf fits In with the
surrounding landscape. Bat: KEEP
: Tallow - flowers hare their
places.- Even nlastala may. al
though 1 personally dont : see
where- -. But neither .long; stems
with -small, yellow flowers borne
at tbo end. , nor the snake-like
plsinialn heads have any business
on - the summer lawn no matter
how". dry.; ; ,;;.:;. ...
Te keen your plants orderly, se
cure some bamboo stakes., heavy
wire or wooden stakes. Staklag
should not be too obvious. If
strong, slender wooden stakes are
used,, they look better for a dash
of jrretn paint.' I really like the
froodsn stakes. $ent beeanse they
can be notched.' and thus keep the
twine from slipping down. '
, , Do not bundle all the shoots to
gether In a crowded, unkempt
looking fashion. 'Ton can place
your stake as near to the center
as practical without Injury to the
plant, and tie to It with radlat
Ing ties of strong twine. -One. is
almost surprised at the change a
little proper staking brings a boat
In a sprswly border.
Turn barber this month aad
give your perennial border a boy
ish bob. . Snip and prune to get
rid of faded flowers and seed
pods. Pull up biennials whleh
have finished blooming. Perhaps
you have some small annuals
which can b" used as flller-in ma
terlal. It they are given plenty
of water they will do nicely. Per
haps you have seeded, . and now
have some small biennials to fill
In. These will look green now
and bloom next season.
Don t let your garden get a
neglected look just because it
seems too warm to bother with It
now. Remember It won't be long
aad autumn will be with us when
things pep up again.
Radio services of Salem police
department were speeded up on
an average ot half a minute a call
and were Increased by 200 calls
during the month ended July 25,
Chief Frank Mlnto announced
yesterday. The average time for
handling cases sent by radio was
7.0 minutes. This was a decrease
of four minutes over the first
During the month 178S calls
were broadcast, of whicn nil
were information calls, 267 case
calls and 105 test calls. Four
teen arrests were effected by use
of the radio station.
Car No. I of city police answer
ed 50 calls; No. 2, 28; No. 0, 40;
No. 4, 50: No. 5, 44; No. 0. wne.
and No. 8, tour; state police 35,
and county sheriffs force six.
Eighty-three general information
calls for all police departments
Route May Soon
Realignment ot 'the Wallace
bridge road, shortcut to the Sal
men river coast highway, with the
consequent elimination of At least
two curves and a corner are
among the benefits which may
fellow a grant of federal funds
for such a project preliminary
surveys made by state engineers
Should $75,000 in federal
funds be forthcoming for the road
these changes would bring prac
tically Its entire length within
stats highway standards and con
siderably shorten what Is already
a shortcut to the eoast highway.
Look at die Brakes when.
; u viook at All Three"
TCJOS. 17, years, (Cape 'Doughty has -
sailed oca of Portlaad harbor. Now
7 dsys youTl sac hlnrsifTtng sroaad
Portland streets lathe Plymouth -Jut's
pictured at the right.. .
has room en armaenveroacnf trooble,
says the CefMaiav Oa taad s i: yoa :
have to be able ta stop la yoar trscksIT.
-.So fcydrsullc bcakrVjwla another .
fHead. Becsuse they ?stop yoa oa ft?
-disss.- They sre Mlegiiilinaav ; 2 .
: No orner iovr-prked" ct offers yoa :
carrofers yoa the combiaation of ;
Floating Power angiae -mountings, ":
safery-eteel bodies, rigid-X frame. 1 ;
Ia short ;77ao other low-priced car
, offers yoa the balaaca ol comfort,
safety, strls and perfornisnce, ao4 yoa
hare only to "look at all three to bod
this out. Do that s ; ; before you bay.
Growers FoHow N. R. A. Wan
And Raise Wages 25
i Per Cent Here V -
"r " "
The Oregon Hop Growers asso
ciation has joined the Use et In
dustries detag part to- help the
president's recovery measure, and"
has tentatively Increased harvest
wags scales 25 per eent over last
year.- That la spits of the tact
tha. sale contracts .entered Into
by growers at low figures during
the lean hop years stm hind them.
Between 10,000 and 70,000 per
sons win be employed la the hop
harvest la Oregon this fall, and
labor for harvest purposes alone
will spread more than a millioa
and a tuarter dollars through
trade channels of the state. Prae
tjcally all. of this sum will go to
unskilled ! labor. aad all of . It
comes from without the stats.
Hop pickers' and laborers'' wages
a wgpended largely ) tor teod,
clothing and 'school "supplies."
Because of the .material in
crease. in. the hop crop this .year,
it is now estimated the outlay of
harvest money will be increased
fully 82 per cent over last year.
All ready every large yard In
this section has mere hop pickers
registered than are usually used.
which means that registration Is
closed nearly a month ahead of
the harvest period.-
Violation of the Blue Sky act
has been charged against John
W. Eagleeon of Boise, Idaho, who
was granted a permit by the
state corpdration commissioner to
sell Etock in the Mutual Finance
company. It was revested Satur
day by an opinion of the attorney
general, requested by M. B.
Strayer, district attorney of Ba
Stock was sold at S3 a share
ia Baker when the permit .speci
fically set the maximum at $2.50.
Strayer told Attorney General
Van Winkle In his request as' to
whether this act was a violation
of the state law.
Strayer informed the attorney
general that a permit was grant
ed to Eagleson la June 1929 by
the corporation commission to
sell stock in the company at a
price "not exceeding 12.60 per
share. The permit, extended
from time to time, was In effect
until December 21 ot last year,
However in November,
mm boi imi
Slew "Trammec" Wfiiffia A
- Kiev HDsaH Foe? Youb!
Tha'-.:. - -St-.-.- .:v
American Tissue Tint HecoliU with GoM Pin Teeth
Silver filling 59c, $LN
rereelafai FiIHag ..SLM
Plata-Repair ............ $L50
Rellae PUis $4.M
Cku TWb $140
Other Plates 17-M - $25
Orer J. C Penney Slnra
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Condni Events ? -
July 30 Annual Scotch ,
picnic at BJrcrdale, -. -j ) .
I ;- July SO Michigsa etste
picnic At Paradise park -en -Gardes,
read. - ; . ; .
k-- ' ulg SO Picale Kaasas
society of 'WUlamette Val
ley, Bryant's park, Albany.
'August 1 Betall groc
ers seeetlBg, chaxaber eft
commerce, A p. as. -
Aogwst 1 Retan fwel
dealers . Bteetiag,; chamber
of commerce, S p, Js.
August Z Retail bmac
dealers , nteesJag,-; chAsaber
Of cosamerre, S p.'su.t
: Aagass AuaaaI pieaie
svoaaored by the Orchard
Btamt fans. -
August tObia stata
aasmal picale, Salem Muni
cipal ante park.
veertJesi in Salem.
. Augast lgwDakoU dab
saeets at McMlaavftle for
aaanat state picAic. both
Jfortb and 6eth 'Oakotaas
iavHed. BasfceA TMch - aft
Aagmst IS MlMesota"
picale at Chasepoeg pArav - -Sept,
a P Oregon state
fair. ,. .... - . .. . - ..
September ltlRod Cross
stated, Esgleeon through two
agents, sold several shares for S3
sad he personally confirmed
these sales later. v
"Now these people flsd that
many other mis repress tatioas
were made ta them at the time
they purchased this stock aad are
very much dissatisfied and want
to prosecute Eagleson for selling
them this stock is violation of the
expressed condition of the permit
under which it was sold," Strayer
Van Winkle added to his opin
ion that "ratification aad adop
tion of the acts of the agents by
the person to whom the permit
was issued subjects such person to
the penal provisions of the Blue
Sky law." ?
Jobs Tewer as
Of Fruit Dies
The employment situation
drooped here last week as work in
berry fields' and orchards slack
ened, according to the U. S-Y.
M. C. A. employment bureau re
port issued Saturday. There were
94 jobs provided for men of which
46 were woodcutting, 24 farm
work, 17 common labor, six high
way work end one truck driving.
One woman each was placed at
farm work and housekeeping.
Applications for work, at the
same time, fell from 73 to 43 dur-
ing the week.
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CAPT. FRANK DOUGHTY, 91 VESPH U PORTIANO, ME.
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TfJURISTS URGED TQi
"It. AT Brown, secretary of the
Portland Airways, is making sa
appeal through the columns of
The Statesman in hopes of local- .
ing the missing .Pilot. BVl Young,
and bis alrplaae." He Is hoping
that ' travelers - r tourists might
possibly ceme upon some traee of "
th plane which has been missing
since June 1C.
A $500 reward "far .recovery ot -V
the Cler or his body was offered I.
by . his father, Jehn E. Young. ;
former chief of the Portland fire
department, but no one has eosae
ta claim the reward. The plane Is
a silver aad black monoplane, the
silver la the design af a triangle
oa the wing. The wing bears the
department of. commerce num
bers NC 10020 In red letters,
three feet deep The fssilage la
black. Yaaag was wearing an or- .
aage sweater aad tan leather
-r Tease; left Bedford for Port-
land at 11:5 a. m Jaae lC,
headed tar Portlaad. Be has bees;
missing ever sinca. -' -, - . --
DONT PUT OFF
THE MAYTAG COMPANY
NEWTON Feonded 1893 IOWA
COME If! AND LET'S
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