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PAGE .two,.:;.-; THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD,, ALBANY, OREGON TUESDAY, MARCH 171936 Hymns Again Vie With 'Sweet Adeline', in Chicago CONDON BACK, REFUSES TALK French Air Armada Tuned Up for German Crisis NOTICE TO CITY i SUBSCRIBERS Hi - fWT If your paper has not been delivered By your Amany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call I). M. Rohrbourfi, Phone 718-Y and a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to-the office, Phone' 15 The Albany Democrat-Herald I ifWls-MLjii . V r . X -- --. I .. . - '.mnim:-y4.; lJ-i: -ivi.. .... - ' i W.m -'siWiV'W'' pi ' - ! I W - T LliiciiKoans who were dated whin liny litmil Urn .strains u "Hock ul Am" coiiiIuk from Jhe rorucr taveru.can stop feeling their pulses. An old pre-pruliibliion custom was revived when, ns shown above, a bunch of Salvation Army IihIx and lassies, the "Midnight HriKade," hegan whooplnR It ap for sweet charity's sake In Chicago nliilit spots. The proximity of Demon ltiini hardly seemed to bother the good people as they mingled popular nnmhnni with hymns to divert to their drum some, 'of (lie change Blldlng ueross the bar,. the only charge made by tlie"Mldnlght Brigade." As troops were rushed to strenthen border garrisons to meet what lae earls goveruuient considered (ermany's challenge in re-arming the demilitarized Rblneland, French aviators prepared for any emergency that might develop oui of the critical situation In Europe. This view of m? military airport at Bron, near Lyons, gives an Idea of the vast armada reailv to lake the air TODAY'S STOCK, ! GRAIN MARKETS ! children have moved into the Del-mar Gildow home at 1140 Cala-pooia street. Mrs. Edwards was Eva Wallace of Lebanon. Mr. Edwards is manager of the local Standard Oil company and has just recently been transferred to Albany from Washington. fllK WKATIIEK Oregon: Generally cloudy and mild -j tonight anH-'' Wednesday, probably with rains' In northwest portioh; moderate chaiiRc-djlc winds off the coast, becoming southerly; '"' Maximum 'temperature yester duy UicSlly, 65 degrees; minimum tcmpcrarure! lust. night, 37 degrees river 4.7 feet... ' .. , From Brownsville " Mr. and' Mrs. ' Crock Isom of Hrownsvillo were among the out-of-town shoppers and visitors in Albany tills forenoon"; ' Returns from Portland F. M. French relumed last eve ning Irom Portland where ne had been, to attend the funeral of Edward. Alien, a railroad man of Albany many, years ago," '' District Convention r A district convention - of the Knights of Pythias fttill be held in Lebanon Wednesday evening of this week. A delegation of members from Albany arc planning to attend. ...'... Due for Visit - Mrs. Wilma Morrison and little son of Vancouver, Wash., aru expected to arrive in Albany this evening to visit at the home of Mrs.' Morrison's-iparonts, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rohrbnigh. Business Visitor- Ed Hults of Salem' was In Albany this forenoon on special business. ' ' " From Lebanon . W. R. Alvin, real estate dealor and general business man of Lebanon, was an Albany business vls-itotr yesterday afternon. Leave for Portland Dj. (Thomas W. Bibb and Miss Denn Fromm of Albany, college left -yesterday for Portland on college business. . Retrain Home Miss Kate" Stewart,- who has bccij spending a few days in Port-land , visiting relatives and friends, returned to her home In Albany yesterday afternoon. Visits Relatives Mis. Murray Marshall of Senttlo, a sister ff Att)wV-,8odisv Is spending a rew days in Albany visiting relatives and friends. On Official Business ' S. M. Johnson of Portland, rnrn-nger of the Chevrolet Motor Co. for the. Pacific const states, is In Albany today to confer with local dealers. ' Eugene Visitor Robert Dawson from Eugene spent Inst night in Albany looking after business interest's. ' Business Visitors Qeorgo Braly and Puree Pillion automobile dealers j of , Portland, were business visitors "hf -Albany yesterday. Reported III L. M. Palmer and Hob Ferguson of tlio ISIuin .Ciothbig company are reported ill and confined to their homes today. ..... Rnturns from Pass C. M. Dollarhlde micl K: K. Mat-son, local realtors, returned lust evening from a business trip to linm Wimple, a kidnaper (?) Dick Davis; Ken Grant, and assistant kidnaper (?), Clarence. Eagy; i Daisy Linden, a kidnap (?) victim, Ruth Reeve; James Grey, a pro-jducer, Floyd Bulman; June Allen, la nice girl, Marie Davis; Jack Benton, a nice boy, Bob Cale; Mrs. ; Karley, a housekeeper, Floy ; Lamb; George Karley, a caretak er, Mike Coon. The committee in charge is composed of Mr. and Mrs. George Millhollen, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lamb, David and Betty Macpher-son. Mortira Says Game Board Non-Political Slem, Ore., March 17. Gover-norMartin today answered demands of the Oregon conservation council for a non-political state game commission with the remark that "We already have one." The governor said the only commissioner who might be classed as a politician was Lew Wallace, Portland, member of the state leg islature last year. First of Northwest 1936 Wool Clip Sold Portland, Ore.. March 17. The first actual delivery of the 1936 Pacific Northwest wool clip was announced today by Clarence Bishop of the Bishop Mills. The : wool was purchased from M. D. Fell of Sunnysi, Wash., for 27'2 cents a pound. It consisted of straight medium wool. Mrs. William Hobbs President Maple P.T.A. Mrs. William Hobbs was elected president of the Maple Parent-Teacher association at the annual meeting of the group, held at the city hall last night. Mrs. E. B. Williamson was elected vice-president, Mrs. Asa Eastburn secretary and Mrs. Walter Arbuth-not treasurer. Dr. Lylc Bain as speaker of the Deposits U. S. Bank Gain Over Million A gain in deposits of more than one million dollars' a month for the past year up tp the time of publication of its latest financial report, as of March 4, is recorded by the United States National Bank and its branches. Deposits total $99,847,172.11 against $87,-692,825.55 one year ago, or an increase of $12,154,346.56. In commenting upon this growth, Mr. J. C. Irvine, manager of the Albany Branch of the United States National, stated that it was gratitfylng to see this gain in deposits was made up to quite an extent with the increase of newly opened accounts and the growth of many small accounts, thus indicating an upward trend in prosperity. Rev. Junker Will Fill Baptist Pulpit Rev. Elmer A. Junker of Trinidad, Colo., has accepted a call to become pastor of the First Baptist church of Albany. Rev. Junket-comes highly recommended by the people of his prese: pastorate in Trinidad where he lias been for the last six years. He was pastor at Porterville, Cal., before going to Colorado. He received his theological training at Berkeley and the Western Theological seminary of Kansas City, Mo., Rev. Junker has a wife and three children, ranging in age from 5 to 1 1 years. Rev. Junker is to begin his pastorate with the Easter services on April 12. Ookville Players To Perform Friday Oakville. (Special) Tl. Oak-ville Community players will present the three-aet mystery comedy "The Night Owl" at the community hall Friday night. March 20. at 8:30 o'clock. The cast is as follows: Patsy, a runaway. Bertha Workinger: Wil- o q O We United . ..(Continued from Pun One! - press that Dr. Condon "wouldn't look at it." Then a series of questions -were sent in. Among them were: "Will you comply with the governor's reepjest to confer with him in New York or New Jersey .' "Will you comply with Haupt-mann's request for a death house interview? "Do you think Hauptmann ought to die in the electric chair? "Do you think he murdered the Lindbergh baby?" Dr. Condon ignored the questions. Passengers reported that Dr. Condon rarely appeared on deck during the voyage and when he did. his conversation centered "chiefly on the weather. Not once did he mention the Lindbergh case, a marked contrast from his trip to Panama when he discussed the case with passengers, almost avidly. Unless they shake Condon's story, Hauptmann almost certainly will be electrocuted March 30 in Trenton state prison. Hauptmann's attorneys probably will request a new trial on the strength of "new evidence" and ask for another court of pardons hearing. But both pleas almost certainly will be futile unless "Jafsie" changes his testimony. Seed Cooperative Meeting Is Called Proposal for organization of a co-operative association in Linn county to market legume seeds, including vetches, field peas, clovers and rye grass,' will be discussed at a meeting of farmers called by the Oregon Co-operative Seed Growers' association to be held next Thursday at 8 p. m. in the I. O. O. I', hall at Tangent. The avowed objective of the association is to deal directly with consumers and buying agencies in the southeastern states, whicri consume nearly the total output of Linn county seed growers of this class..; Dawson Urged to Make House Race Fred Dawson ,a successful business man of Albany for many years, is being urged by a number oi irienos lo oecome a candidate on the democratic ticket for the Oregon legislature. Mr. Dawson is being selected, It is pointed out, by virtue of his fitness for the position, being a man of diversified experience and conservative in his views. He is expected to come to some decision the next few days. French Store Has 57th Anniversary F. M. French, the oldest man in business 'n Albany, opened a Jewelry store in Albany on St. Patrick s day, 57 years ago today. He has been in the business continuously since that time and continues active in business and alive to the best interest of the town. He has a -great ;(Qry to tell of his experience among the men in business and professional life who have come and gone during the years he has been in business. Venizelos Reported q In Serious Condition Taris. March 17. Elcutherios vciu.cius, oxiieo ciieeK nepiuNi llean leader, was in "very seW ious" condition today after an attack of grippe, his physician an nounccd. Venizelos' condition had taken a sudden turn for the worse the doctor said. Venizelos is 72. He has been in exile since the Republican revolution of March, 19.lo. WOl'I.U BE COMMITTEEMAN Walter E. Myer today filed no tice ut Ins candidacy for eicc tiim to the office of Democratic committeeman for Santiam rjre- pinct. His address is Albany R. F u. No. l. I'SE CHINESE IIEKUS WHEN OTHERS I-All. Charlie Chan Chinese llerju Remedies are non-poisonous, their healing virtue has been tested hundreds of years in following chronic ailments. ThroaQinusitis, catarrh, ears, lungs, asthma, chronic cough, stomach, gall stones, colitis, constipatiorQ.tiabetes, kidnays, bladder, heart, nerves, neuralgia, rheumatism, high blood pressure, gland, skin sores, male, female, children disorders S. B. Fong, 8 years practice in China. Herb Specialist, gives relief after others fail. 139 E. First St., Albany. Or. Office Hours; Sunday and Wednesday 11 a.m.. to 2 p.m. SALVE for COLDS r price lilJ4VaSkU"alv m a a Unia 5c. lOc, 25c MODERN WOMEN Need Net iwMt monthly pain acJ olr due to ,1ill1ilt1HiaiUE(V HI IAMOH laAnn- S. B. Font MARKETS AT A f.LANPE Stocks 1 to 5 points higher and fairly active. Bonds generally higher; treasury issues nrm. Curb higher, led by utilities and selected industrials. Call monev of 1 ner rent. Dollar firm against sterling and rrencn irancs. Cotton generally easier; March steady. q Rubber eases in late trading. Stocks ' . New York, March., 17. The stock market came back strong today on lavorable domestic bus iness reports coupled with indications of .a less tense atmosphere in turope. Individual gains ranged to more than C points while the gen eral list was 1 to 3 points higher The advances accompanied a strong 'tone in the bond market and fairly steady foreign ex change operations. Dow Jones preliminary closing averages showed industrial 156.34 up 3.011, railroad 47.92 up 1.20, utility 32.54 up 0.53. Volume approximated 2,240,000 shares compared with 1,830,000 shares yesterday. Curb sales wor liiraiiou shares compared with bUi',000 shares yesterday..: Couer D'Alene, Idaho, March 17 Grain Chicago. March 17. Wheat fu- lures turned slightly easier in list less trailing oiQhe .board of trade today, easiness in foreign cables, bearish interpretation placed upon the government acreage estimate and mine optimistic feeling re garding the European situation wele (actors. At the close wheat was unchanged to off :i cent. Corn was unchanged to i.i cent higher, oats were -'s lower to Isc higher and rye was iinchani;ed to off 's cent. AT PORTLAND MEETING Mr. and Mrs. Chillies J. Olvis, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Connet and Charles Schmieter were in Port land during the week-end to at lend tho American Legion birth day celebration there. lU'MMING BIKO SEEN A humyiyig bird was seen Sunday by l!rs. Lewis Abraham of Route 1, llalsey, she reports. The unit was sitting on a fence near her daffodils, she savs. uzz. World rviiiiam Ferguson ON JUNE S, 2004, THE PLANET VENUS, WILL PASS BETWEEN THE EARTH AND THE SUN IT WILL. BE SEEN AS A TINV BLACK SPECK. CROSSING THE PACE OP the: SUN. NO FOSSIL REMAINS OP CHIMPANZEE. ORANGUTAN, OR GOR.ILCA EVER. HAS BEEN FOUND AMONG THE WORLD'S NUMEROUS FOSSIL BEDS. evening discussed before the group the question of communic-' able diseases, and told how parents may do their part toward (5'jppressing and preventing epidemics by taking precautionary ' measures at home. ! The program also included a group of negro spirituals sung by James Jenks; a first aid demonstration given under direction of ; Mrs. Ferris D. White and a dis- ! cussion of the local school health program by Juunita Johnston, county health nurse, who said that the Albany plan is original and : that its success is due in no small measure to the co-operation of - local physicians in the examination of children. 'Over 200 Killed in Theater Fire London, March 17. More than 200 were killed in a theater fire j in Tuliuchen, 20 miles fiom Tient-; sin, an Exchange Telegraph dis-j patch said today. , The theater was a temporary - one, built of bamboo poles cov-i ered with matting. It caught fire I during a performance and the ! place was quickly converted into a flaming furnace. , The death roll was placed at j approximately 220. , The terrified audience, many : with their clothes ablaze, fought ' to escape. Many were burned to death. Others were trampled underfoot and some drowned when i they tumbled into a nearby creek. Schilling ant I la - Its delicate flavor-never btkes out jC X nor freezes out. ia O' islsooIoo O (B582.74J.8S "X 42.176.4:1 f").470.10 o 75.19S1.12 22.285.26 52.833.:i:i ti,08H.4Sl).:i -UTSU0f.il - ,te,199.lV)) - fe'o.i.no V nO.S?l7.172:cl rav.-s .... -Wi. i.irj SORTJ.. Grunts Pass and way points. They report the spring season in advance of this section, many cf the fruit trees being in bloom. From Lebanon Miles McCann of Lebanon, a recent arrival from California, whs an Albany business visitor this forenoon. Visits Parents Miss Rosa Davis, training for a professional nurse in the Imman-uoL hospital of Portland, was in Albany yesterday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Davis. Injured by Explosion Mr. Dart, mechanical cngiiuO, for the Swift & Company plants and formerly of Albany, is reported seriously injured as the result of an explosion of an ammonia tank he was installing in Tacoma recently.' Visitor from Berlin ' M. S. Bellinger of Berlin trans acted business ,md visited friends in Albany yesterday. Hostess Meet Srt A short business meeting will be held at tue Hostess House Wednesday night ut 7 :30. Members of the swimming class will not go to Corvallis but will meet at the Hostess House to talk transportation and registration. Sewing Club Meets ' The Oak Creek Busy Seven Sewing club recently at the Oak Creek school. Members basted the dresses they are making, Iti'liirns from I'oi-LIaiiil Mrs. ' W. B. Washburn, a former resident of Brownsville and later of Albany, who lias been spending several months in Portland, arrived here today to spend a few flays on a business and pleasure trip. Former Residents Here Mr. and Mrs. John Shattuek, formerly of Dallas and Albany, now located in ' Salem, visited friends in Albany yesterday afternoon. Ilrre From Ashland Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilninre of Ashland lire visiting C. II. Watts, of Albany, who is convalescing at the Albany General hospital. Mrs. Walts Is the grandmother of Mrs. Gilmoie. Move to Albany Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Edwards and Make a Fl;'.tlcri Sprtatr Frock for AftcrWion OH? Who in your set will be first with a new Spring print'.1 Is it you'' Then choose this soft, young fro in- it's tali easily and ciuiekly made, and grand to wear under your rout this verv ins'f)t. Grand, too. when warmer days arrive; whether your choice is a more conservative, dark ground print for all-occasion wear, or a festive, splashy print that's nice informal dress-up. You'll love the flattering, yoke topped with a sott roll-down collar, the flirtatious allot those just-above-the-elbow sleeves, and a gored skirt with smooth fit across the hips. Crepes, silks and sheer synthetics are all in the Spring fabric picture. Pattern 24M1I is available in sizes 14. lti. 18. 20. 32. 34. 3ti. 38. 40 and 42. Size 16 takes 3S yards 3!)-ineh fabric. Illustrated step-by-step sewing instructions included. Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) in coins or stamps (coins preferred) for this Anne Adams pattern. THIRTY CENTS (30ci for "both. Writo plainly name, address and otvle number. HE SURE TO STATE SIZE. lie sure to order OUR SPlStt'.G "ATTEI1N BOOK for smart new l'-thes that'll fit you and your eeds to a "T"! Gay, practical eeks to cheer you at work. Ixve- uni ty frocks and sports clothes Intler you at play. Collars, ! lot', skirts for niultiulvinit cos- . Chic slenderizing styles. '"Items for tots. Fabric and uc- "i v news PRICE OF BOOK 'K'VTK.EN CENTS. BOOK AND A PATTERN TOGETHER, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Address orders to Democrot-JiVlalJ, Putturn UcpQUucuU Thursday Club The Thursday club will hold a dessert luncheon at the home of Mrs. J. W. Swank, 1:30 p. m. Thursday, it was announced today. O. D. O. Meeting ; The O. D. O. club will meet at the home of Mrs. Ed Shaw, Thursday uftornoon instead of the D. W. Rich home, members stilted. D. of II. Meeting The Degree of Honor lodge will meet Thursday night in the K. of P. hall, Second and Lyon streets for a St. Patrick's party and regular lodge (session, officers announced. Pinochle Enjoyed The Women of the Moose staged iheir regular pinochle party last night, with prizes going to Mrs. Fred Parsons and Charles Schave. The party was held in the Moose temple. Meeting Postponed The meeting of tho Houston community club scheduled for Friday night of this week has been indefinitely postponed because of sickness and the press of farm work. ! Negro Questioned On House Breaking Edward .1. Collins, 32. a negro, was taken from a stage here yes4 tiTriay by Stale Oft leer Winters and City Officer McBride and iic.;tioned regaining local housebreaking incidents r-f which a series took place during the winter Collins was intercepted at too request of Deputy Sheriff Carl llliiup of Junction Qy. who reported a number of .uuifNun City houses robbed lite proccihiiit night, and who had a tip that Collins was on the stage. . j The negro u as .forwarded to Kit- gene last night lor iiuestioning in I regard to -the Junction City rob- ! benes a:id also as to n series of I robberies ul Eugene. ws yet no I evidence has been fWid directly I connecting t'ollings with the local robberies, i This Gurious A DUCK can LAf m n it ma ttnvtct. inc. Jtm oaii Q'asliion 3ibil: Man. Condensed Heport States Iatsoaal Bank of lorfl;ute!. Oregon As of March t, l!:!i Resources r',.h mi TT,fi,1 nml Pino from H.'iiiks S'Ti .M l ft 1 Q '!fl Un'itotUJtates Bonds - - - - - - 45. O.;,.G70.oa ?70,9 l8,2nr).: MuriicQil and Other Bonds jf)0(-S fc - - - - 1 -UflgL026.nl Loans and Discounts - - - - Qfet00 19.52Sf.94-l.-SBl Stock in Federal Reserve Bank - ") C-M O Hank Premises (including Brum lie ,;) Safe Deposit Vaults QG Other Real Estate - - s 6 Q Customers' Liability on Acceptances fc pi Interest Earned O (v) "J n P O O Other ResourcesivjQOO O - 9QOOO Liinhilitie n fT?.tnital ejCj.n $1,000,000.00 2.100.000.00 ii Surplus - - SO - - - i ....-..: j ..j n-.r. . r-.j2?l fia 7. L lltlivmeil I ruiiwncxi litsu Acceptances - - (ft -Dividends Declared - - -(deposits: Demand and Tinief f f W' 1 'Mi in) Funds 1 0.022' 1 Fuikto ut utcj KCUibrs lo U. - - i : w Public iJjlih '(g5J)l Truil D1BKCT BRANCH OF MEMBER o ALBANY BRANCH Albany, Oregon Head Office. Portland, OreiciQ) FROM A WATER. SURFACE. ALTHOUGH the noxt transit of Tonus scross the fare'of the sun will not occur for 1 years, thn tlino y hen the plsnet will appear on the sun's disk con be preillctnd for nay point on the earth's surface within a niiuute ur two. Tjg lam trniult uu Dec. , 1651, THE I N1TED STATES NATION AL BANK OF FKDERAt DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

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