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Local News Brief:
Trial Docket Set The trial
docket for department one of Mar
ion county circuit court was set as
follows: October a, Jenkins vs.
Engeman; . October 1 0, Reynolds
Ts.HaJn: October 11, Gabriel ts.
Loose; October 1. Hawley ra De
LPP; October 1, Dawes ra. Al
len ; October r 17, Turner . State
bank ts. Parrish; October . IS,
Schramm ' Vs. Rich: October if.
Kerns ts. Luts; October tS, Trem
bath rs. ? Callan , October 2 f
Schramm ' vs. Rich - (separate
esse); October 25, Henker ts.
Flsherj October 27,' State ts. War
ren r October, 30, Hower ts. CII
; moreOll company; Noyember 1,
Carr Ts.' Director ;.NoTember. 2,
Bureh ts. Pickens: November ,
SUte ts. Crawford, 10. o'clock:
November 7. State t. Herrold an
"utbbibm Bcnramm ts. Na
iionai burety company. '
banscribe now. Renew now. The
Oregon statesman, one full year
ny man ror ; Jess than le a day
SS.8I: per year by, mail only, to
any uregon, address. 0 j
ttepwr Brick SCrartare B. a
Miles was graoted a permit at tie
city building Inspector's office yes-
leruay to repair the brick, building
state street at cost of 2500
Fire ther permits were issued:
F. J. Lafky. alter brick building at
521 Court street, $45; D. Rusk,
erect, garage at 1930 North
Church, SS0; James Imlah, reroof
aweuwg at 1722 North Summer,
225 ; ;K1 wood- & Imlih, alter
brick building at 291 Chemeketa,
$21; Mrs. Alice. Bryan, reroof
dwelling at 1110 Tile, $25.
Vernon Traits Fined Ver
non Trultt, arrested followinr
collision on the river road north
eight miles yesterday morning,
pleaded guilty In justice court
and was fined $25. and costs.
Committment was issued, but the
una paia later at' the sheriffs
nice. Eck Dutoit, route eight.
dox is SB. sustained injuries to
his shoulder and ribs and his
wife and daughter-in-law. Mrs-
Ralph Dutoit, were bruised. Tra
it was charged with failure to
stop at a highway sign.
seer on draught ' at the Salem
Diamonds Ownership of dia-
- monds attached last December by
ine credit service company was
. credited to Sam Green and not Ed
Reiner, In affidavits filed with the
county clerk yesterday. Acting
Deputy Sheriff S. O. Burkhart
. filed affidavit stating that Reiner
claimed sole ownership of the
nine jewels when attachment was
. filed on them as security. Tnia
Reiner denied in his affidavit.
Anneal Bargain Period. " For a
limited time The Oregon States
man by mail to any address In
- Oregon Only $2.09 per year.
v Peterson Estate- Administrator
of the. estate of Ida B, Peterson
.filed a report of distribution In
. circuit court yesterday asking that
the estate be declared settled and
closed. The report: stated receipts
were received frpm all parties .ex-
, cept JA; I. Peterson,; who under
terms of the will was mailed a $1
Asks Foreclosure Foreclosure
to satisfy delinquent tax payments
was asked in circnit court yester
day by attorney for plaintiff in
the ease of Frank company vs.
11a M. Gaber, administratrix of the
estate of Lelah Lynch, deceased.
Amendment Asked Motion
asking plaintiff to ma&e complaint
more ' definite and specific was
. filed in circuit court yesterday by
defendant in the case of Walker
vs. Union Engineering and U. S.
Fidelity. . ,
Dine and ' Dance tonight Jennie
Lind Tavern, 7 5e: per plate. Old
time orchestra.'; mile N. Pacific
Hwy. Tel. 2061.
Cancellation Claim The Stan
dard Accident Insurance company
filed answer to suit yesterday,
stating that an insurance policy
.held by -the Willamttte Grocery
company was cancelled before al
leged loss occurred.
Oliver fo Speaker Professor
E. S. Oliver of the Willamette
University' English department
spoke to the Battleground,
Wash., Parent -Teachers associa
tion meeting ; Tuesday night on
"How May Oner'Get a College
Gets Car A Buicjc sedan has
been turned over to Alice K. Eck
erlen and En gene Eckerlen - by
Ladd & Bush Trust company, exe-
cator of the state of. Eugene Eck-
Answer Filed , Dismissal of
' suit was asked in circuit court yes
, terday Jy defendants In the case
, of Irving Siiemore vs. c. e, Scri
ber and Mrs. C. EL Scribec
Dr. Mark S. Skiff, dentist, back
from racatlon at Breltenbush Hot
' Springs; at office daily, 306 Ma
sonic bldg. "
Heariax Today -Arthur Bur
nett Is slated to appear In jus
tice eonrt at 11 o'clock this morn
ing for preliminary hearing on a
non-support charge. , -
Draakeueaa Charged Frank
Krockenr asul Mark Roberta plead
ed guilty before Judge Harden to I
being drunk in a- public ptaee ana
were given 10 days apiece In the
Cczaag Events :
October 6- Federated
Rural dab iaitltcte at
, October tf -Brush College
grange Booster might. - .
. October 7 ? Statema
Pet- psrsUc, 0:SO a,
October I David Haaen,
Oregoaian e b r r espondent,
speaks on .European condl-.
iions, chamber of commerce,
nooa. -, - -
October 1-14 Ccmmtf
Christian Endeavor . conren
tion. South Salem Friends
chorctu . . "
MansfeuKbter Cm ttwt
manslaughter cases resulting
om automobile accident will be
v idge McMahan during
ihe October term of circuit court.
One ease-InvolTee N; T. Warren
of Portland, who is charged with
causing the death of Donald Suce-
Tica- or Oregon City. The- other
ease InTolves Aubrey Crawford,
accused of being responsible for
inev aeath ; of - Ray Gilbert, for
many years night watchman at a
. .. . -. , - ;
wates Rhythm Artists Salem's
utrwesi ana Tinest dance band.
opening Saturday night. Mellow
Disease Cases . Reported Mar
ias county gained two while Polk
county decreased one la the num
ber of communicable flteraao eases
resorted last week, according to
ine state department of health
bulletin. In Marion cenntv one
case of typhoid fever, one of ma
laria, two of measles, one of in-
woense, two of tuberculosis and
one of mumps were mortal- in
Polk, one ot chlckeapox. and- one
ot erysipelas, ? - - ; . -j
Mishaps Mine Automobile ac
cidents reported to city police yea-
M?roay were oi minor nature. Mo
torists involved were: Thomas A.
Roberts,. 494 North Winter street,
and Alice Riggs, Salem, at 14th
and Mill streets; Mrs. : William
Fisher. 746 Ferryi and Harry Hut
ton. $40 Ferry, at 12th and Ferrr;
J. Lane, 15 Center, and an un-
iaeatmea woman drlTer, on State
uciweeu tiign and Commercial.
" BS ana utnee tonight Jennie
tana lavern. 75e ner niat nu
time orchestra. A mile N. Paciff.
Hwy. Tel. 2001.
Aixnera jxandate Down The
siaie supreme court Wednesday
""uun uown a mandate in the
case involving Charles A Archerd,
who Is under three vein' nanl.
tentlary sentence in connection
with the issuance of fraudulant
warehouse receipts. Archerd was
engaged in the imnlement
wrehouse business In Salem for
Sfartin to Jurv n vr.
tin, attendant at thn nnrnn if
hospital who was recently cliarg
ed with assaulting a patient, was
held for grand Jury investigation
following a preliminary hearing
In thte Justice court. The com
plaint wag filed bv Dr. R V. T an
Stelner, superintendent of the
Jobs Chanzin Ntnr nf
obtained through the city-county
employment bureau was changed
markedly yesterdav from
days. No fruit pickers were hired;
uBLcaa common labor took the
lead, providing most ?ot th si
Jobs available. Hay baling, ensil-
b cuiung and timber falling
6 wen won.
Eulalla Sartr Better Condition
of Eulalia Sarty of SUyton was
reported better at Salem General
hospital last night. She was more
quiet than she had ben: tha
before, It was stated. Miss Sarty
suffered a fractured skull as a
result of the accident on Pen road
Rummage sale Fri. and Sat..
v, 477 Court St. 1
HaU Fined S3 P. R . Han in.
dependence, pleaded guilty in mu
nicipal court yesterday to a
charge of speeding and paid the
imo imposed by .'udge Mark
Poulsen, according to court rec
ords. Hear SpaukUng The Holly
wood community club, meeting
Tuesday night at the Jennie Lind
Tavern, enjoyed an address by
senator unanes K. Spaulfling.
Twenty-one members were pres
ent. - :?
-Freshman lojared Belt
ft Z mm. w-k - m
swiii, x-oruana iresnman, was
the victim of the first camona
casualty this week when she sus
tained a fractured wrist ; while
playing soccer. Miss Swift; is be
ing attended by the university
Carnival Dance, Frolic, Hazel
Green Sat. Lots of noisemakers
Wheelright Roof IUaie Small
damage was done the roof of the
F. N. Wheelright residence, 1935
Chemeketa street, early yesterday
afternoon by fire. The blaze was
extinguished by city firemen.
O. M. S. Club Banquets The Sa
lem O. M. S. club will hold its
annual banquet Friday during the
county institute sessions, i A gen
eral invitation to attend has been
Campbell to Jury Jack Camp
bell, charged with larceny of a
slot machine from a local beer
garden, was held for grand jury
investigation following a hearing
In tne Justice court Wednesday.
In this city, October 2, Al
fred Undauist, at the ago of 58
years, late resident of lilt Lee
street, Survived by widow, Ida
Llndqulst of Salem; five sisters,
Mrs, Ella Rock. Mrs. Minnie Red
path and Mrs. Bertha Olsson, ail
of Salem, Mrs. M. Furestnow of
Peerless, Mont, and Mrs. Lydia
Housego of Lancer, Sat k., Can
ada; fire brothers. Osear of
North' Dakota, Richard ot Swff t-
eurrent, Sask., Lloyd of Canada,
and Roy and Fred of Seattle; lira
children, Gladys, Clifford, Hector.
Vernon and Vivian, all of Salem.
Funeral services Thursday, Octo
ber 5, J p. m. front the chapel
of Clough-Barrtck eompany, Rer.'i
P. W. Eriksen officiating Inter-
ment I.O.O.F. cemetery. -
Ringlet En At '
Castle Permanent Wavers Co,
SOT Est Kan Bank Bid., S663
' a. savs m
Ex-Warehouseman Faces 3
Year Penitentiary Term;
Other Opinions Given
- The state supreme' court Tues
day denied an application to stay
the mandate In the case of Charles
R. Archerd of Salem, who is un
der .three years penitentiary sen
teuee in connection with the lssu
ance and sale of , warehouse re
ceipts. Archerd was engaged in' the
implement and warehouse busi
ness here for 18 years.
Other opinions handed down by
the supreme court Tuesday were
: Herbert F. Phillips and Edwin
S. 'Phillips ts. B. N. Elliott, ad'
mlnistrator of the estate of L. B.
Hague, deceased. Appeal from
Klamath county. Salt ta recover
on four promissory notes. Opinion
by Justice Campbell. Judge Dun
can, affirmed.-, -,
sanay tioitting company ts.
Mike Ferro, appellant. Appeal
from Clackamas county. -Suit to
eaioia., defendant from: removing;
cordwood from certain lands. De
cree of Judge Latourette modified
In opinion by Justice Bailer.
jsugene iu Smith vs. state In-
austnal accident commission, ap
pellant. Appeal from Clackamas
county. Action to recover award
nnaer workmen's compensation
nci. former opinion adhn-ed tn
ana judgment reversed in opinion
oy unier justice Rand.
Emma Arndt ts. Max Arndt ap
pellant. Motion for suit mni mi, a
other costs in dirorce acUon de-
niea in opinion of court.
uiDraltar PInanca rnmnntu.
vs. Carrie Rouse, appellant, and
George H. Rouse and others, de-
uuu. Appeal from Multnomah
wuul'- 8" to foreclose mort-
se. upinion br - JnHw
-uuse uewiu reversed.
T..J ... ...
woun versteer. iniio.t
SnSSf J" AppVrom
ramhill county. Suit to hm
o.iand?' ?plni?a by Cflief Justice
-Buge walker affirmed.
r q 1 ?,V T 0Iind Bank
nrn?brn Wl" be d,T,ded "
per cent to commercial deposits
:":; Virnw eTn "v,n8 d-
11 ' , CU Judgd K - Lewel"
"-b vuea yesieraay, based on
,, : L f t-ui.mi atpo-
v mo oasis Of assets In thai
itM m nta 81 per cent o'
yuaes win De levied
against commercial deposits and
",?er ent aalnst eavings de-
,TaT".,VHm,-aI aeD0Slts to-
Vu. VV'V . naaTOs de-
ncio iuil.ea aE ,X438.74 9. 4A I
f Bf K PROCEEDS
?2c8o JlDgs department Maets at statements followed ' an oral re
ef;!, port by Dr. McNary in which he
Mock assessments amounted to declared that the time had ar-
jiuu on each of 100 shares hav- rived when the board nf Mnti
mg a par value of 100.
t . 16 par 1000 Federal
""" u uonas, ine proceeds I
iu aupiy on tne denoalt nt thai
Board of Trustees of the Postal
""uss spiem, as also ordered
Dy Lewelling. A balance of 319 00
o ; . w a Btul 66 OW6d to th
x wmai oarings Trustees would bo
paid in cash. Redemntion of Mult
nomah county school district No.
1 and the Multnomah county St.
Johns bridge bonds was also or
dered. . ..
The court directed Schramm
eu to ari A pun for 270, cfty
residence on terms of 115 cash
ana iu a month.
TO 8E VOTED TODAY
Bids for bridge and rbad con
Btruction projects estimated to
cost approximately $1,000,000
wui De opened at a meeting of
tne state nignway commission to
00 neia m Portland today. A
number or delegations from var
ious sections of the state also will
appear neiore the commission.
R. H. Baldock, state highway
engineer, announced veittorria
that he already had written feder
al omciais offering, to cooperate
wnn tnem m the construction of
the Bonneville power dam. He said
mis cooperation would Include
realignment of parts of the Col
ombia River highway which will
nave to be raised above the dam
level. Baldock estimated that an-
juvuiuaieiy eignt miles Of road
wuuia nave to be rebuilt,
A delegation from.' north-moat
frn Oregon, counties- will appear
before the- commission and urge
70. per cent loan and 30 per
the nubile works fund for eon-
n oz tne Wilson River and
Wolt Creek roads from Portland
w me coast.
Wltbeat Operant er Use ef Tin
129 Oregon Bids, - paeae ffSCI
! InvalirJ Chairs
. To Rent
Call C910; Caed rarnltare
. lil North High
MILLION FOB IDS
oiaiMAiM, saicm, Uregon, Tharsday Morning, October
t a at mm m ii araw.e
Here are the fieurea in a S10.00O
police work. At top. Mrs. John K.
former Helen Hatcheller. who was
' ' - '
narmcnt tlAOM R.1. vi:.!. -1- r-1 i - S .
I t1 iZl . u(uiw a rum ana iunei sseaiey wno
feu into police trap when they attempted to collect dummy package of
nrm. wugneixy is a mecu
McNary, Steiner Resent
Dillehunt Slams at Way
Insane Patients Treated
Statements credited to Dr. R. EL
Dillehunt of the Oreron medical
school In Portland that the state
of Colorado has been successful
In correcting 5 per cent of its
insane cases while in Oregon the
insane hospitals merely are cus
todial institutions, were resented
by Dr. W. D. McNary, superin
tendent or the eastern Oreron
state hospital, at a meeting of
ine state board of control Tuea
hunt's statements apparently had
fostered discontent a m o n g the
reiaures or many insane patients
,n Oregon with the result that the
snperintendents of the insane In-
sUtuUons had been charged with
aaopung ineiiicient treatment me-
Tir T v ta SfAn
intendent of the western Oregon
sute hospIUl, said he agreed
with the remarks of Dr. McNary
which were in line with the
thought of many other physicians
engaged in insane hospital work
More Honsin Needed
Ttfannaalnn nt Tr rtlllhn.f.
should consider additional hous-
ing conditions for Oregon's in-
alcNary's remarks with the state-
ment that he did not consider it
fair to attack Dr. Dillehunt when
h was not present to defend him
The board voted not to classl-
fy the state flax plant at the Ore-
. ' L:
J:tHt - No. 2 I
Jangled nerves bring words H T : I
; that hurt C-C: i f J
mg down your words all during the day
How often would 700 be embarrassed
and shocked at the things you may hava .
said under the stress of jangled narrest
A sharp word, 1 fit of temper, an un
fair accusation---these hurt your friends
CJamels are made frora'finef, MORE EXPENSIVE
tobaccos than any other popular brand o cigarettes!
. . .
ktHnt nin h Ma nA v- ..-t
Dougherty, of Yonkers, N. Y- the
threatened with kidnanin f.Jlin.
ox Kusseu u wmngwell. New York
gon state penitentiary as an in
dustry under the federal prison
cone.. Officials said they consid
ered the flax operations agricul
tural rather than industrial.
A proposal to construct a com-1
omea state, county and municipal
building in Portland at a cost of
1.3,000,000 was passed over light
ly by the board. Governor Meier
said this was a legislative mat
Important purchases authorised
by the board included a high
aycou press ior me state printing 1
department at a cost of 24000 and
20 light trucks for the state high
way commission at a' cost of $11,
S88, after deducting the trade-in
The board also voted to dis
pense with a caretaker at Cham-
poeg park during the winter
Heads Within Budaeta
Superintendents of all the insti-
tutions reported that they were
wimin ineir Dienmai annronria-1
iions ana wouia not nave to go I
before the state emergency board.
The population at all Institu
tions, with the exception of the
state penitentiary, showed an in
crease when compared with the
figures presented to the board a
No action was taken br the
board in connection with eight
bids received for automobile lia
Governor Meier. Secretary of
State Hoss and State Treasurer
Holman were all at the meeting,
the first board of control session
to bo attended by all three in sev-
and your lorei
Too. too. . : -'
Watch your nerres. Get tout full
amount of steep every night. Eat regu
larly and sensibly. Find tima for recrea
tion. And tmola Caaels-forCtmd'a
costlier tobaccos newftfonyowrnarvea.
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I VOTES. SALEM
Women's Trio Jubilant, fs!
Word Yesterday by Mail
From Chicago ,
First letters from ,x Saiom
auxiliary trio and quartet, which
Monday repeated for national
championship honors In Chicago,
were received la Salem yesterday
and. give some idea ot the stiff
competition against which the lo
cal singers appeared.- Mrs. Walter
Zosel, one of the singers, writing
to her husband here, says in Part:
- J'We were the only contestant
from then west. One group had a
director who fcas directed a na
tionally - anown chorus for 25
years. There were marvelous in
diridnal Toices, but think we won
on Mena and our work tocethar.
Were especially complimented on
oat naturalness and ease oa the
stage. ; 1 .-
"The man -who announced ' the
decisions was Daniel Frotberoe. a
nauonsuy lamoua composer. .
He said one thing that made ns
very baDDT. and that v that th
Judgea were unanimous absolute-
ly in giving us the decision. Lena
Belle (the director) h so happy
sbe eaa hardly realize what has
Happened. She took us all to Fred
Harvey's restaurant for dinner
tonight (Monday). Dorothy Eak
in has our rooms loaded with red
'The state officers, drum corps
boys and everyone to so happy
aDout it. No doubt it will be
somewhat of an incentive to
them. They are certainly on the
water wagon and mean business."
Mrs. Zosel comments on the
neavy traffic In Chicago, which
claims 300,000 in town for the
The Salem singers and drum
corps will leave Chicago . Friday
night returning to Salem Wed-
TO HE FOB ALU
Witnessing the sun rise and set
In scarcely more than ten min
utes time was just one of the
thrills W. G. Allen, district man
ager of Hunt Brothers cannery,
enjoyed en a Zl-hour air trip from
New York City to Portland. The
return was three hours under the
flight to the east. He had been in
new iork a
week on cannery
ino aun peculiarity was seen
over the Sawtooth mountains in
Idaho. Taking the plane to 14.-
500 feet, the pilot called atten
tion to the artificial sunrise in
evidence; as the plane dropped
back to the 8000 feet it was soar
ing at, a morning sunset behind
the mountain was beautiful. The
entire country was bathed in in
a blood red light, the time being
lust as the sun was cominc nn
and tne moon was setting.
Allen had the good fortune to
be in the plane on one of the ten
or 12 perfect flying days each
New York enjoyed active busi
ness during July and August, but
during early September things
slowed np a bit, but are now
brightening up again, Allen says.
Warrant Call Out;
$33,000 to Be Paid
Call for redemntion of SOS Sa
lem school district warrants ag-
FLIER CAUSES SUH
tmno the, hurt li? j I V
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United States Minister to the Lane
ox rrramids - in th
WV fer.ris?! LeBd
FUl, under the New DeaL H ua.
eeeds William Jardine. former See.
retary of Agricultare, as U. S. en-
oy r agyvt, and will sail next
month to take up his new duties.
gregafing S33.687.63 was issued
U Clerk Borghardt's office yes-
leraay. warrant numbers called
were 4106 to 4407 drawnig 11,
30S.C4 interest. Most of them
were held by individuals rather
than br banks. It was said.
It was estimated approximately
11(2,000 school warrants marked
not paid for lack of funds,'
How to Advertise
For Farmer Topic
Friday at Ad Club
A message of interest to farm
ers as well as to business men
will be delivered Friday noon by
Ursel C. Narver, advertising man
ager ot the Oregon Grange Bulle
tin, in a talk to the Salem Ad
club in the Gray Belle silver
grille. The subject of Narver's ad
drees w i 1 1 be "Advertising the
Carl Ramseyer, president of the
local Ad club, is extending invi
tations to all members ot the Ma
rion county grange. Although of
ficers of the Grange are being in
vited by letter, Ramseyer urges
all members of the organization,
whether personally invited or
not, to attend.
Narver was president of the stu
dent body at Oregon State col
lege In 1929, He also served as
editor ot the Barometer, the
IT S ECONOMY TO DINE AT
THE GRAY BELLE
50c -75c Dinners
In the Silver Grille Today
Lions Club .... 12 noon
Fratrrnis Club, 0:30 p. m.
THEY NEVER GET
ON YOUR NERVES!
GELM HI IF
General physical condition, ot - v
students e a t e r i n a Salem hh-k .
school this year appears to bei
much better than noted In naatt
years, physicians employed by th
Marlon county health unit to; con.
duct physical examinations found.
Dr Vernon A. Douglaa, eonntr- :.'
health officer announced Wedhee
day. The better showinr. Dr Den.
glas believes, is in part due to the.. :
work of the health department.
since a majority o the pupils ex
amined have; been . subject to thev" :
health program since they were ra
the fourth grade, i
Girls made a slightly better- 1
showing than boys. Of 235 girls v
examined, 86 were found free, ot
physical defects while hut SS hova
out ot 176 examined were gives '
a ctear si ate. -
Defects of posture and feet f
were lower among the Rirls. with,
39 ot the former and 11 of th
utter found. Fifty-nine boys wero
discovered with posture defects .
and 38 with flat feet.
Teeth led the list of defects. 8 .
in girls and 69 tn bora, with tn.
ails coming after posture, or 3C
and 29 respectively. "
Corrections of tooth defecta br-
girla numbered 155. by boys SO; '
eyes, IS by girls and. 12 by boys.'
One hundred serenty-two glrlai
and lift boys had been imm unices
against smallpox. 1S3 glrla anA
198 boys against diphtheria,
Physieians employed part time
to conduct the examinations were- -Dr.
Cart Emmons and Dr. Burtoa
Ostlind Takes Over
Nash Service Here
Herbert J.' Ostlind. aaraaemaik
in business at 352 North ITtxh-
street, has taken over authorised
service on Nash motor ears and
International trucks in addition,
to his authorized service os
Franklin cars. The change cornea
with the removal of the James
H. Maden Company, Inc. front
385 North Commercial to 3SO
High street, next door south
from Ostlind'a garage.
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