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The OREGON STATESMAN Saleeu Oregon, Friday Morning, January 12, 1934
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Contest Divorce Contending Warning- :. All. RlghtNewspa
that Err In O. Kaserwas sullen per advertising waning the-pub-
. and domineering, . that he took 11c
her only to two moving picture
andtnat be ordered her from '
.v.,-. vl ..W W
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rlage was a mistake, Xucille Kal-1
ser's sideof ; ejvoree ro- a state bod he held, The opln
eeedinga heg.by-her hMband Ion was requested by the board of
'-r: . . I a
:T !5.. I ' mt, 1
he refused, to accompany him "to
cublfc Sc?pt to the home of her
people and that she went to paivl
ties wnere umor,M,iwTBu.
ExemnL' Jes Thrift Children In
Marion county -: schools need not
want for sci-atcBt paper.whlle Mrs.
Mary Fulkerson Is superintendent
f schools. Old unused ; sample i
oauou ana mmm. mu
lfwiu : vt I
clerk naye oeen WW:.""
triDutea in pauaea lorm . . w
senooia M U couniywaera-wz
may . supply the schools ' tbem
selves and needy IndiTldual chil
dren with paper.
mn Mellow Moon SaL . nlte. 1
KAnt nranfii band plus dancing
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Hone jProm ileet High hopes I .
for increased business this year, I
particularly rfrom the Investment j igwn county bank at Banks was Meets and the contractors are em
standpoint, are reported by Salem lifted from its kUtus of a restrict-1 ploying men from the unemploy
representatives oi we muxaai uie j
Insurance company of fcew Tork, I
who were in Portland this we
to attend the annual agents' meet-1
Ing. Those from here included Mr. i
and Mrs. E. C. Goodwin, jhis i
Magda Hoffard. J. O. Kusseu ana
J. K. HolW Mr. Russell gave one
- of the conference assembly ad
dresses on "Trusts." v
fiav Not GolUv Vanner Fell-1
man and , Jonn jiaawo, t-otiuna
ma mitil horn WfrdneadaT tor I
-selling without a peddler's license, I
yu. pleaded.net guilty yesterday andjc utflides commission Thursday
w o tvr . - -' ,
yw In iustice court this morning at
V n.Vclock. Fellman also denied
f ;- luiii .m v
motor trSnioorUtlen act. and WU1 1
iT. i,-rtWV n-thi- twi men.
i;T UbeVty-oa their
wn racoghlsanco; n ' - -
A?r am rAM r n sb iiniri ion Hiiiin i
f(lMa"fmia th Hill Titian RllUd
Ing to 40f Mason.c. Building.
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O the Knox Uquor control bfll wlU
UnatMNl VCU)nl vnwvo, vu.
V i v be pending ofr fully two weeks,,
Circuit- Judge. Lewelling stated
this week.' He advised attorneys
ties cited during the course of
ltnn.. rom I
t Klamath FaUa wired the court
Luat. wvu. - -l
v.i ...knit wrtttan I
brief but fcould not be present on
Alums vi nnmK, w v ,a i
duetlng - revivals." It the Free
Methodist cbnrclf aen nignt at i
7:30 o'clock, w.Ol speak tonight
.in imi.j. fiirnlftinM of I
A? 7 - LltTinoIfa Visit; Is the NBA eagle
3V red? Is America seeing red!
Correction Ad should read 3
bars Camay soap, one box Ivory
soap flakes for 17c, Rich's Gro
cery. ; ;'
Eniu Geti Trip A. B. Evans,
general agent of . the Ohio Nation
al Life Insurance company, has
just returned from Seattle where
invited Evans to attend, tms con- fJ , dlTlded an Xm I T Guardian Reports Annut re
ventlon with all exoenses paid In " uyena:on the deal, within I , ,v . ni.i
reconiUorv of the large volume
- of business he produced In 1933.
Dam Ftnkhed A temporary
Wing ;, dam- near Wolf hopyard
close toSilveiton has-been completed-by
L; O. Herrold, who re
ported hat ' the dam - would hold
until other flood waters similar
to 'those, experienced? there re
cently; sheu'd rise,.
See Chemeketa Players .tonight.
Miss Toekey la Stockton
Helen Yockey,; Capital Journal
cashier, - was ; called 10 Stockton,
Calif.; Wednesday night because
of the' serious illness- of her bro
ther, "Lyle, who; recently under
went a major operation. " '
, Walker 'Sneaker Fred Walker
will talk on "What tne commun-
, 1st Party Stands For at the Tew
park ball Sunday- nlghr at 8
o'clock. The meeting -la under aus-
. pices of the Open Forum and will
t Case Postponed .'Preliminary
t'Z7- bearing for R. E. Gheer, facing
: '.fx embeixlement charge was j post-
; -j, , poned. from yesterday . afternoon
as - - , i to io. a. m. Friday,-January: 19,'
'i-.v . ; s 1 ..-:',.
;Tb RENTV; :r ;
CaU CftlO,- Used rnrnttoro
'.181 North High -;
PILES gwantced iwoved witbxmt ke or needle. OLD
SORES of an- kind, STUBBORN SSJJS IRRITAT10X8, and
ATHJLETIO FEET. If ywv bad failed to heat then by thea
means, will quickly respond nnder onr new method. - Owr
herbal remedies are guaranteed satisfaction for GALLSTONES,
OOFGHS, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA. RHEUMATISM, ailments
f tne uivtin, srwiam, umaw
and the URINARY STSTE5I of men
and women. 15 years r la business.
Licensed N; D. pbyslclana, ? ,
DR..CHAN LAM f ,
Chinese Medicine Co 180 5. Com
mercial Salem. Office boars 0:30
A. M. to O P. M. Tncsday and Sat-
agalnat employment of unqual-
ified engineers Is legitimate, At-1
"J11 -opinion handed down
Thursday; ' Expense- for such a
campaign Is a legitimate cost
against the state If conducted by
.examiner, ; following
camoairn oi edncatlonal adrer-
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Stated: the advertisananta n m.
i. w . ' mnjBl"
aot tofrin ; W
wer conflict with any state j .
loanee at U-Park tonlte. 15c.
; Dance at TJ-Park tonlte, 15c.
''Home -.Wins Salt The
odist Old People's home here won I
a (Aiirt dviiinn in it. Vo.i
terday when Judae L, G. Xewel-t
nUd nrainat w.itr win.
,w admlnl.tr.fni. in
Fannie C. Beebe. now deceased. I
lid agreed f with the home to
JeaTe u cerUia real BronertT on
iw.ti. . .v-
her death but she fcft nn win
the question arose if her sister I
was not the leaal heir. The court I
ruled that, the contract between
the home and Miss Beebe eonri.
Ituted a trust and thus rave nlaln-
I tiff an eau liable interMt in .
Bank rnrestrictel The Wash-
cuinsuiutron 10 unrestricted yes-fed
terday, and Is now operating 100 1
per cent, the state banking board
announced. The bank, closed dur-
ing tne moratorium, recently was
operating on only a 20 per cent
unrestricted basis. RehabilitaUon I
was made possible, it was an-1
nounced, when depositors signed I
Ask for Salem Beer. Healtbfni
reiresaing ana fully aged.
Xrnck Hearing Held The pub-
- lu" "vpucauon
of the consolidated freiaht
of Portland for a permit to 7.V'VJ:,"'UAV1
u m.uj wiiere-ior-flire car-1
rier. Tha mmu., I
tat the meetina. . .
begun yesterdav In . Mrnii I
emtf Kw T-v.il tt i . ..... I
I m-jm-ij ruBier woo mea-ai;
complaint against John R. Paint-
huwui;, mg COU-
Pie-married August 12, 1925.
uere, sue seeks her court costs
land suit money and 2I a month
rw. creams, 4Sc
V. 0C OUaUtT. - I
- Aa!rti V
--r-: r . 7 " 1
cents Here renter a av I
ed a, tjZ.':""
California to spend three
wlth-aannk'wn r I
. r . . ,
ther-byjL JL Rullfson, oute
car was oacaea intoi
oy car anven by jt. e. Denney.
XMvWend Declared A two ner
J?." Bemi-annaal dividend has
Deen. declared to all shareholders
- I Of tho ITntnal O.-l -j
association here on the ba of
tne last six months' earnlnrs.
a a w w i
A ie. secretary, announced
yesterday. The payment totals l
more than asooo hta i. . a I
per cent annual basis. I
Xnt Growers Get Cash Tfm-
bera of the Salem Nat Growers'
? W bert advances, two
Muiuucr, ana one aavsnce on
walnuts have already been made.
Club Meets Tonieht Brush
College community club meets to-.
nignt at 8 o'clock In the Brush
College schoolhouse. The mnslcal
portion of the program will be
runusned by the Doolittle orches
Executrix: Xamed Ida J. paae
was named yesterday as execntrix
of the wm of the late Sylvanus
Page, who died. at the age of 77:
e owned real property in Lin
coln county which has an esti
mated value of 4500.
Called to Portland Justice of
tne Peace Miller Hayden was In
Pornand - Thursday afternoon ta
confer with tUe state game com
mission relative to game viola- ;
uons nanaiea : through his office
the past yeari -
Overtime Parking Seven per
sons paid fines In municipal court
yesterday, ior . violation, of . the
parking laws...., ,
."t,; . . Hebson . , - '
. , Emily Matilda . Hobsoa, at the
residence. 919 Mill' street. Salem,
WednesdaV. January 10. Aged 78
years. Survived by widower, Had-
ley Hobson; daughter, Mrs. Fred
Feadali of Portland; son, Harry
D. Hobsoa of . Lyons, , Ore,; two
nieces Mrs.- Iva Bushey and -Mrs.
Nora Mariels, both of Salemrand
four grandchildren. Funeral ser
vices from Clouxh-Barrick . com
pany chapel, "Saturday, January
13 at 1:30 pm. Rev. Guy Drill
officiating. Interment in Fox Val
ley cemetery. .v? - : "
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Dallas ' Cemetery ' Project IS
Beady; Road Work
DALLAS. Jan. 11 Three new
CWA projects will be started dun
ing the- next few. days -and one
TITIII.. T v -.v
. miu. eameterr urolect
will be started' Friday and will
f arnlsh employment tor IS men.
This will Include cleaning up of
the cemetery , and reconditioning
tombstones which bare fallen or
Wart lit nalntlnr the Vonntaln
View school will begin Monday
and will employ 1Z men. Iraprove-
mcnt of the Bttell school grounds
will be started soon ana wm jrur-
uish employment for seren men.
Work was started Monday on
the widening of the Salem-
Brunk's Corner ; section of the
Dallas - Salem Highway. A sxeieton
crew started slashing along the
right or way near tne log aump.
Th rk on the Independence
Brunk's Corner road is expected
i. v. v ..vi.
ry -on hand at Brunk's Corner
Both these projects are PWA pro-
roll for Polk county.
The Monmouth school project
was completed this week and this
will give room for new projects
tin order to keep the county pay-
roll at 335 men, the present max
lmum quota. The payroll last Sat
urday for the CWA work was $5.
189.30, according to Fred Hol-
man, disbursing officer. This is
the largest CWA payroll to date.
ARMY DETKRillXES LOCKS
THE DALLES, Ore., Jan. 11.-
OPKA. message Wednesday from
f. E. Schnelpf, director of federal
eii VMnA.ivim A
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oi the locks for the Bonneville
tie Columbia river.
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fiiu accohhi Jin J maj c-
tratnx or tne estate oi sopnia i
MprrMAr waa irnril ' r. im.
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Daie COUTJ- yesteraay. Aammwtra-
uou oi assew 10 me neirs was
74 In Trust Assets of the
trust established for Ezra Beck-
ley, incompetent, total $4(74 ac-
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. v i w u m
v. , v , ..
rTiey jLave ir. ana Airs
- - ' Thursday night
weeks visiting In San Francisco
Clark to Recover C C Clark.
superintendent of grounds and
buildings at Willamette univer
sity, who has been seriously HI, Is
reported holding bia own and is
expected to recover.
S250 In Estate Assets of the
estate of the late Mary E. Rich-
ardson have a valuation of 3250
according to an appraisal Bled In
probate conrt yesterday.
B Port Commission Gover-
nor Meier xnursaay appointed
C. A. Nlah of Mlkkalo. to the port
of Arlington commission. He will
-r-4 ml te-
W., Delbert L. and Louise K.
Hill was filed with . the probate
171 S. COMMERCIAL
We are Salem's only 100
No. 1 quality and prices. So
a quarter? -
m nw a gr.
BEEF ROAST J8c mmI 10c: PORK ROASTSc arOfH
deep boil l:j.:...u:-j.l.5c back bones :;.:3
SIRLOIN ; STEAIC ...w..10c; PIG FEinV. ..2
ROLLED PRIME RIB ,13c PIG UVER Sc :
SWISS STEAK 1;: .:.10c UTTLE LINICS U !L -150
BACON BACKS S12c and 13c BREAKFASTBACON 12c-15c
BACON SQUARES .....-.:.7 BOSTON BUTTS 9
W ruaraiitee' every piece
. and freshness abore alL
J Coming Events
Janaary . 10-10 Cbemek
etsr Players . fa "Heart Ex
change. ; January 12 Willamette
'a. Oregoa Normal, basket
ball. . '
January IS Willamette
vs. Colombia, basketball. '
January 15 Salem school
district election on 123,000
bond Issve. . ' :
Jaaoary. 10 ' Salem vs.
Albany high, basketball.
1 January tt Eageaa
Gleemen. Boy Ceouts Bene
" flC Salem "armory. ' 1 ' , " -"January
20 Oregon i state
Fox . breed era' association,
' all day meeting;, chamber of
' commerce. ; i
. January 80 Roosevelt
blrthdax ball, armory. 1
" February 10-Reserve Of
fleers association of Marion
d Polk.covl.tlea, formal
military ball bonering Ma-
.'or General George AV
Whlte, ". . : .
A . noticeable increase in the
velocity of local business as evi
denced In bank debits Is reported
currently by D. W. Eyre, manager
of the United States National
bank here. Eyre said yesterday
that the majority of retail firms
reported Increases in the holiday
Bank deposits are' Increasing,
he said. The United States Na
tional of Portland,- including all
Its branches, gained 12,719,000
in the last three months-Its total
deposits December 30, 1933,
reached 175,210,000; its total
resources stood at S8C, 457,000.
Insurance of bank deposits has
brought a small amount of board
ed money, into the . bank here,
Eyre said. The volume has not
been large, a comparatively few
people in Salem having shown
fear in recent years of their
Honor Frat Word
Official .word on the fate of
Willamette university's, renewed
application- for a charter of Phi
Beta Kappa, national, scholarship
honorary fraternity, awaits the
return of President Carl G. Don-
ey. The senate of the fraternity,
meeting recently in New Tork
City, awarded only four charters
from a total of 200 applications
Last year Willamette's physical
plant and bef scholarship record
was thoroughly Inspected by
representative of Phi Beta Kappa.
Willamette university haa long
sought membership in the (rater
nity. founded at the college of
William and Mary, Maryland
Making First of
Reports on Bank
A first report to the United
States comptroller of the curren
cy on the assets and liabilities
of the First National bank of Sa
lem, It. liquidation. Is now being
made. Keith Powell, receiver,
stated this week- TL!s is a detail
ed report and will take a numoer
of weeks to compile. Each Item
in the balance sheet must be care
fully explained. When this report
is completed and accepted, a pub
lic sttatement of the condition of
the remaining assets of the bank
will be made. Meanwhile liquida
tion Is proceeding with the view
of realising assets with which
to retire 30 per cent of deposit
liablllt- yet unpaid
Salem's Leading Market
Independent retail meat market that tfiarantees you
why not join our many new customers and sare yourself
these Hams Have It Flavor and EYcrythiag
' Ko " Saet
r , Xo Cereal
of meat bouxht in tWa market to be of the best quality
dose at 6 o'clock Saturday
The case of Lulu Dell Etchlson
against Clark Emery -was settled
yesterday In - circuit " ' eeurt , by
Judge Lewelling. The plainUft
and defendant had entered Into
joint farming venture on the
EtchisoU farm - in the Stlverton
district They . each .. contributed
stock together ". with ., personal
property, to the f farm. . A winter
freeze, ruined .the. wheat crop .and
they jointly secured. e govern
ment seed -IoaatThe r defendant
charged that,. the plaintiff forged
the defendant's name to . the
check, cashed the - cheek, and
spent the money; : -T " -
The plaintiff claimed , thit she
spent the money for purposes In
connection with' the venture. The
court held she hadn't accounted
for all the money. ' ,
Of the 1598 loan secured by
joint .property: 1106 had been
paid. '' . ,
The plaintiff claimed the de
fendant threatened to prosecute
her for signing : the defendant's
name . as endorsement to the
check and that -she gave a bill
of . sale to them for her property
and claimed the property was
secured by fraud. The court .held
against her on this and that she
had given it to indemnify the de
The court ordered that the
crop be sold to satisfy the loan
and that she pay the remainder
of the loan not ; covered by the
crop due to .fact the defendant
performed labor ' and that the
plaintiff took the S 59 8 loan and
did not apply It all for the pur
poses intended. The court ordered
that after the mortgage, loan is
paid up, the personal . property
put into the venture by the plain
tiff shall be returned to her.
The state board of higher edu
cation has a meeting set for next
Monday. January 46 in Portland.
This will be the first meeting
since a committee was appointee
to investigate the conduct of -Dean
Wayne Morse of the law. school
at the university for alleged in
subordination in demanding resig
nations of the chancellor and of
a member of the board; -
This committee, it is under
stood, has not been able to meet 1
because the chairman, George B.
MacLeod of Portland, has had to
be In California much of the time.
Word yesterday was to the effect
that he would not be present at
the Monday meeting.
Whether the board will bring
up the matter In the absence of
the committee chairman and with
no report before it Is not known;
although it has been rumored
that the whole business may be.
Following; the action of the.
& Herb, Co.
New Method With
8. B. FOXG, Herb Specialist
Eight years' practice In China.
Uses all Chinese herbs ior plies,
kidney, bladder, stomach, ca
tarrh, constipation, glands.
rheumatism, tumor, asthma.
headache, liver, male and fe
male troubles 11 years of
122 N Commercial St., Salem
Office Honrs 9 to 6 P. M.
Sundays to 11 A. M.
BOARD WILL MEET
board the American Association
of University k Professors Investi
gated the trouble at Eugene. The
Investigating committee made no
report . but - discussed conditions
with the university faculty and
left a memorandum with the state"
board, which -has sot been' made
public. : t
Upheld by Court
A motion seeking removal if
the receiver i recently appointed
for the Warehouse Co. at .Silver
ton was overruled yesterday' in
a decision handed down by Judge
L. Q. Lewelling. The suit was in
stituted by one Hnbbs. The Court
ruled there was evidence to-shew
the assets tot the defendant; were
being : jeopardized and on. this
basis the receivership was allow
ed t . ' 4- '' ,.- - ..-v;
Made from a nationally
famous Betty Crocker recipe
.with q delicate white and
chocolate icing giving it a
distinctive appearand. :
At Your Grocers
CLry Ofr BIii Cmmmj
Oat Entire Line of
Absolute fast colors, both
plain and faneies. Sacrificed
for this sale
To Sell Out Half Present Stock
Is now going full speed ahead, and if you will only come, you'U lcun about Real
Values; and find the most remarkable saving opportunities at this sale.
AGAIN i UNUSUAL
Fr iday-Sat --Monday
Choice of any felt or tweed bat
la the store, : CA
elose-ont price aJUC
Printed cotton suitings, light
and dark 'shades, fast colors.
Regularly to S Sc. 1Qa
to close, yard ........ aOw
Snort, lengths voiles, challiee..
cnrtaln marquisettes, etc... on
the bargain table, . IOC
Colored bordered sheets and
wita Atxtt ease set sJleslU
Cartaln marquisette Ce. lot,
1 vainea" tau5e; yard. t 1 iCi.
To close, 'yard i ' V
Women's i wool anklets,, your
choice, valnes to TIe.r;r m C -Close
ont.slr, i . . . 'Jr
Children's nainsook anion: salts,
sixes X to It. - .I Q gm,
dose oatianiU....... V
Taney rayon saltings, SI inches
all colors and patterns in the
lot,' Oose out,
yard . ..... ....
Chamoisuede ! gloves; light and
dark colors, yalnea to iO
71c Close out, pair
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PASSES AT SCID
SCIO. Jan. 11 (Special)
Mrs. .Mary Shimanek, years
and four days, died late this af
ternoon, at her borne here after
nearly a . year's, illness. -Funeral
arrangements are Incomplete,
Mrs. '! Shimanek was born In
Windsor, N. T., and. lived in -Nebraska
for ' many years . before
coming to Scio 33 years ago. She
was a-member of the Christian
ehnrch,, . v ; ;-r. :Hs-:
; Surviving are n these::, children:
Theodore and John Shimanek of
Red Bluffs, Calif.. Lester Shim
anek .of Scio, . Clarence. Shimanek
of Lebanon and-Henry Shimanek
of Min . CHy, Mrs. Eunice Bartu
of Scio, Mrs. Gertrude Lambert of
Elliott Dry Goods Cos
LOW PRICES FOR
Ctoslng Out kn Blankets
Two Big Specials -
Beautiful plaid part wool blan-
keta bought before the big ed
vanee la prices. Extraordinary
values. . : . : , ' . :-; '
Sixes 70xSO Three- , AC
Day Special, pair , . ...
size Tlx 47 Three- n n r
Day Bpecial, pair. .V
These Won't Last Long at ;
These Low Fricea
Better Grade Spreadj
We have too many high grade
spreads, both rayon and cotton.
hence these drastic cut prices:
S4.95 values, ThrW.Wo.ft IJ
Day Spedal ..;.;. VesJiJ
Colonial cotton, spreads, extra
Urge. Values to f.tf QC
Three-Day Special i, . $LW
w Jest Across From Mi3ers on Couri St
Scappoose, Mrs. Mary Tork ef An-
-dersonr Calif., and.Mral Ida Wcs-
eiy pT salem. '...'. i . .
s ; Classes to Glee
Ben . Woods, . president of . the
Willamette freshman - class, yes
terday morning challenged all
classes, of . the universltrrto the
2 th annua' freshman glee to.be
held here t&ls spring. :Tbe fresh
maa class,-sponsors of .the ananal
evenVJiave set "loyalty as-the-theme
for the songs this year te
be presented: The first glee was.
presented in 1 9 0 8 and proved so
yvyuiM-ii h imvuis mi vur t
standing tradition of the Willam
ette year. Words and mnsje to aa
original i song ' are ' composed by
each class and presented rn for
mation. Winners of the glee re-,
cetve a pennant.. , . .
iflferenfl . . .
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M-In. SUk Hat Crepes, C C
reduced to, yard ...... DUC
JS-ln. Rayon Flat Crepes J f
reduced to, yard ......
Sf-ln. Canton Silk
-V, - r
IShu Xrepe Bsek: tjf 0t
atJjfJK.redaced to yd. V leiT
99-ln. Faille Crepe, madepf tie
new Acetate yarn, wash-, no
able, yard . . OOC
19-ln TsDUuse Crepe, best seHt
laf crepe of the-" M OO
season, yard .
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' Ruffled llarqnisette
. " CURTAINS---; ' -
Dotted and figured,--II Inches
wide LIS valae. Thxee QQ
Day; extra special, pair .OOW
DfI Y:. Lam, N. D.
air. uoioie n.'wwa, n.