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o PAGE TWO '' tUesdAy"; Ukkctii i;i 936" THE ALBANY' D EMOC R AT-H E R A L D ALBANY, O R. E G O N -L. 4- 'Nanny Wood Honcyman and Wal-' CYf A YAYIAfcl business' - and POR last evening on a pleasure trip. Walter E. Keyes and W. H. Trin-dle, all of Salem. Representatives, District No. 13 Dnn..U1I ir n ..... : iw-oufuuMiuhiM Ul.buier im- NEW HOSPITAL AT Here from California ' Fewer democrats are politically' anon. L. WaW; South 'Lebann i mbitious. Only 21 have filed for on, Hugh B. . Kir,kpatrick; .Mill committeeships and of these, three City F. W. . Fleetwdod; Orleans, will be in contests, leaving but 13, Dent F. Stewart; , Sunrise,- A. J. precincts supplied with candid-1 Steele and Tallman.JMi Averhoff. otes, while 30 will remain ungen-j Incidental to the filings was erald unless names are written in, ; action taken by the county court Folloving are the precinct fil- yesterday to ri'ddjastfthe election Mrs. C. Russell Hoyt of San Luis LEBANON STARTED and Howard C. Rowiee. Albany; .Ernest School, Sweet Home; R. M. portam state oirice attorney-; general were V unopposed: l. --H, Van Winkle, republican incumbent and Alfred P. Dobson, Portland,, UVtlAiClill. NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS . If your paper has not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Rohrbouih, Phone 718-T and a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the office, Phone 15 , The Albany Democrat-Herald Lebanon. (Special) Excava i-nves, ieoanon. Democrat T. W. Munvan. Leba J TODAY'S STOCK, j ; GRAIN MARKETS ' MAKKRTS AT A GLANCE . . (Br Unlud Prnr) Slocks irregularly hljjhi r in light trading. Bonds: Corporation issues irregularly higher; U. S. governments lower. Curb narrowly mixed. Call money of 1 per cent. Obispo, Cal., is visiting in Albany at the home of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mornhinweg. Her son, Russell, is a senior at Albany college. tion for the basement and foundation of the new Lebanon General null ui me new Xji-ucuiuu -iciii-i ai non: F. - r.. Harrison. Brownsville: ings: i Dotua lor me lennessee precmci, ... hospital has been started on the Fred Daws"'r Alb?nJ County WORKERS SEEK PENSION DATA ! in which R. C. Burkhart, candidate cnv. for county judge,, was a judge, uua. i - Judge Republican A IUnn.. l,Tn 1 -,1 C lot just south of the present hos- mutt iv mu. i, Duwdi u i. , . , ... T .. . . i The. court named-, Anna, BlacJUaw Albany No. 2, Justin A. Miller; , iudce and fUled ,ne office o pital building. The contract calls aTK.. S dT u for the completion of the building 2nl.DemPster Rhrbough, Al- bany (Cuntltiud from Pag Oavi by June 15. clerk left-vacant by this appoint-i ment by naming Vallie Powell. Meve to Oregon . Chester Lehman, w;;e and small son, Leatord and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Stutzman and children, all of Woodriver, Nebraska, arrived in Albany last week, and have locat Foreign exchange rates easier Albany No. 3, George H. Crowell and Walter .Kropp; Albany No. 4, R. W. Tripp; Albany No. 5, Es-tella M. Kendall; Albany No. 5, French franc recovers from low. Wated as the clearing house stucco structure will have a floor 0 lt8ym0na C. BurKnart- Leba ' County Commissioner Cotton 1 to 6 points higher. for P'n applications. It will be space 9"g by 38 (eet and wiu eon. Rubber steady in quiet tiading. open 10 a" Pents each morning as tajn three wards, a surgery and six M.- P. Baltimore; Albany No. 7, 1 Republican Ed. H. Holloway, ed on the Gerig ranch southeast or Albany. Both families plan to or eignt rooms wnicn win give Alhanv Arr-h n Kntn- waiti- fau.lM - " PPtranion DianKS ana in- ,h, h.illrflnff a raruuHtv of 9ft beds. . , '"'l. S ".'- locate nere permanently. How Much" Would YOU LOSE ; If Fire Destroyed, Your-. Household Goods? , Leaves' on Vacation New York March 31 The "n'" Wanks are already here. T6ere wiI1 Sfeo nursery In this Demwrit G '' W " Laree advance today, with volume . sion applications. Under the new I P 1 u , u, ,. J mburg; Ha.rry Y 00ley' Mtony. around the lightest levels of the ! set-up, it was .explained, this will' The building which is occupied . - - County Clerk year. ' ! be a function of the relief com- by the hosPital at the present time Republican R. M. Russell and Dr, K Bridgwater' left today THE WEATHER ' r Oregon and Washington: Unsettled and continued cold tonight and Wednesday with snow flurries in mountains; fresh northeast wind off coast. Maximum, temperature yesterday locally, 52 degrees; minimum temperature last night, 31 degrees. River, 6-5 feet. on a ten-day vacation. He plans to spend some time along the , time, will be connected with the Clarence Ingram, both of Albany. coast lishing.' Dow Jones preliminary closing mittee. . The committee vMav Hie- new structure Dy a passageway uemocratf lerce Jenks, Tan- Melvin Goode; Albany No. 8 Chasj Childs; Albany No. 9. vacant; Ber-! lin. E. L. Gilbert: East Browns-i ville. Frank A. Paden and Dr. j W. J. Skeltpn;. North , Brpwnsville, F. M. Brown; Sduth Brownsville, Lloyd O. West; West Brownsville, Joseph E. Hume; Calapooia, E. A.i Canning; Cascadia, Gordon Short;! Center, G. E. Pike: Crawfordsville. E. S. Lowden: Crowfoot; F. B.i Steen; Foster, Cora M. Stone; Fox! Valley, L. C. Trask;. East Halsoy,' vacant: West Halsey. Douglas Tay-J lor; North Harrisburg, J. W.j Moore and Thomas Sommerville; South Harrisburg, vacant; Holley; P. W. Storey; Jordan. Edward J. Thursday Club averages showed industrial 156.-: 34, up 0.97; railroad 48.03, up $.li; utility 31.93, up 0.12. 1 cussed routine matters at length, i and wl" be used as a home Ior the Sent. At the meeting were Chairman I nurses' I ... f' E. B. Williamson: Countv Jiirioe ' George Harden, local contractor, . Republican Marion Arnold, Al- ' The ThlirSday Study club will meet at 1 o'clock Thursday at the Volume approximated 1,040,000 hares comDared with AHA Ann J. J. Barrett, County Commission- .drew the plans for the nospital. J. - miu, mDdnon nome of Mrs. W. L. Fitzpatriek Mission Group to Meet The missionary society of the Church of Christ will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 in the social room of the church. Mrs. shares yesterday. Curb sales were H. A Renninger and H. W. Edward Kenenberger has the con- ana ueorge filings WDanoa. ipr a luncneon. Mrs. Thomas How aid is to be assistant hostess. with : .iMu.ouu snares compared nnnr Mrs RHuiiiv ffortmiiw aH AiA K,.iM;cr Scio and Jess IVtoss. Leoanon. 369,000 shares yesterday. MlKU TVmlitflf ovonilihro ennrn. knrnilnl nfA T DAntU T lffM1Ar. KCCOfdtT Pindchle Party Held Roy Houser's group will give the Republican Stella Hoover, tary of the committee, Olive Gear- , and Dr. Irvine of Lebanon; Dr. program. . rw,man luir.k tV rji i hart, committee auditor, and Bren- .Herron of Brownsville: Dr. Lane- uay- .....- 7 f The investment you have in ' household merchandise will '"reach a surprising total ' value if you take an inventory. It is , an ' amount " worth protecting' against fire loss. Insure with the ' '- OREGON MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. Mc.Mlnnvillc, Ore. And save 20 to 30)of the premium costs. EMMETT & PEARCE : AGENCY ' 3rd and Broadalbin Sts. Clinic Building . Phone 476-fi I Foltz; Kingston. A. A. McKenzie; i (Knox putte, Maude Wells; La-; Publisher III Uons of moisture for southwest da ava. Wllke. and Mil-. mack of Sweet Home and Dr. Reed "g DobcshnSSanon" winter belt drought areas brought dred Rnnsdell soclal workers. of Lebanon and Dr. Paden of 3 r,".ip rv Snn' Democrat E. E. Munsey. and Claude Cox, Lebanon, John Russell, publisher of the cuinu, i. ivictiuuo; ijcoanun, W. C. DcPew; North Lebanon, C.j F. Morse and Dr. Joel C. Booth;; Brownsville. Surveyor liquidation into wheat futures on the board of trade today. BRUNO WEEPS Members of the local Lions club New Era at Sweet Home, has been ill .for the last four or five weeks. He is reported slightly improving. Republican .Walter W. Larsen, new crops dropped 2i cents a The Women or the Moose held their weekly pinochle party . last night, with Mrs. Lloyd Hadlcy and George Lucht winning prizes. Called Meeting The Albany L. O. O- M. lodge yill meet .Friday night at 8 p. m. ul a special meeting at the Moose hall to meet Al Satoria, past supreme dictator, members announced today. A large attendance or the members is requested. ' AC Cklh klCADC ?re planning a ceremony for the Albany .-.. laying, ot tne cornerstone which Democrat Glenn A. Peck, Al bushel to new seasonal lows, while May dipped about a cent win np an pufinr nr inn novi Turn bany; G. E. Whifcomb, Lebanon. (Continued from laKe One) I or three weeks.. The .speaker fqr South Lebanon, F. D. Maver and Peter T. Tweed; Mill City, Charles Dolezal; Orleans, Grant Thompson; Peoria, E. G. Pugh; Price, Leslie Cade; Providence, Hazel Barta Pague; Rock Creek, E. J. Wriglesworth; Rowland. G. G. Belts; Santiam, Walter E. Meyer; North Scio, A. G. Prill; South and a half to the lowest quotation since last fall. - me ucuasiun nas nut ueen an into the Lindbergh j nounced Visit in Portland-Mr. and Mrs. Wililam Franklin of Albany returned last evening from Portland where they had been for the day on a business and pleasure trip. Rallies were feeble. Prices closed been thrust case. around the day's lows. At the finish May was down 1 14 cents, while the new crops were off 2 to The Mercer county grand jury met with Allyne M. Freeman as Clll CI ATP IC fnmmnr. The, l,.r, f ? ! Si H O. D. O. Meeting- Republican W. C. Templeton, Brownsville. Democrat Fay M. Miller, Lebanon. Treasurer Republican Ronald L. Gilson, Lebanon; Ada K. Pratt, Albany. Democrat Grover C. Nance, Albany. Coroner ASSURED LINN Thursday afternoon the O. D. O. dub is to: meet- at the home of Mrs. D- W. Rich. The meeting is tu 2'j cents. ., .... Other cereals " sold ' off with wheat. Corn dosed Vt to' I ft cent: lower, oats were off V to '-4 cent, and rye was down V4 to i cent. Ellis Parker, the stout, white-1 haired county detective who has built up a national reputation by his handling ot several peculiar Scio, Frank Bartu jr.; Shedd, W. H. McConnell; Shelburn, George C. Miller; Sodaville, Frank W. Dut-tenhaver; Strawberry, L. W. Gatchell; Sunrise, Leonard E. Gilkey; Sweet Home. C. E. Gal-braith; Syracuse, vacant; Tallman. wmm. ..(Continued from Page One) open at z:3U o clock and a "cov ered dish" luncheon is to be serv et, whi,ch late yesterday appeared Republican Everett C. Fisher, ed at 4 p. m. Arrive from Oakland Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cochran and two daughters, accompanied by a daughter of tho. late George and Ida Warmouth of Brownsville, arrived in Albany last evening from Oakland, Cal., to visit at the home of Mr. Cochran's parents, Mr. and Mrs- W. T., Cochran. Mr. Cochran is a member of the. Oakland fire department and is "taking a two HarKer, wno had been investi-1 to have gone begging as to one Albanv gating the ease for the governor. nt , (, ( . i, ;nj Aioany. Alice Betts; Tangent, W. C. Scott:! Lebanon Glee Clubs Democrat- -N. C. Lowe, Leba- presented the evidence which he :peaI-ed today replete with f ilin'gs at O. of II. to Meet Will Give Mikado The local Degree of Honor lodge is to meet l nursday night at a p. m, at tne K. Of p. hall, it was Announced today. ' ' , Lcbuncm. (Special) The a Japanese operetta iri two had collected, most of it believed lhe office of the secretary of state 3u";ice of the peace Ds,rict n 1 to center around Wendel. When 'at Salem A n ronit hnth nnsi JUMice or ine reace, uwirici io. i he had finished the arand iurvl -,, u . , J , - P Republican Victor Olliver. asked I Countv Proslcutor Erwin 1 W' ' c0.ntcs,Fd'1 by four W"-'-- - School Superintendent ?; , !.y L "ot,eculor 'W1"i ants, the two high men winn ng N.nnHkini M Runnstt Marshall, who had announced that , the nomination from the other T lP ,,- , T i. ,.' THnneu' he considered the Wendel confes-J.lwo nomlndUon. irom the other Lacomb; Viola E. Faller, Lebanon, sion a hoax to leave I Republicans have filed: for the With Marshall ousted the jur- Tne 'wo t'c'tc's as compiled by office of, precinct committeeman ors settled down in 'the last '"""retary of state and by.Coun- in all but four of the county's 54 bright alow of Lindbergh case ' ty Glerlt R- M- Russell today will precincts, and in. five there will p'ubll61ty to? deCidfc whether they i bear! t& lms fit llle following be contests., oyer .this, post by rea- I acts oy .Gilbert and Sullivan, will weeks vacation. They plan to visit other friends.; and relatives in Brownsville, Portland and Seaside. They came by the Coast Highway. . .. ,'. . v- v.. be presented Thursday and Fri Tennessee, E. R. Carleton and Waterloo, W. E. Chandler. Democrat Albany No. 5, J. A. Lawrenson: Albany No. 8, W. S. Walker; East Brownsville, Audrey ' S. TUssing; North Brownsville, J. C. Harrison; West Brownsville, Fi B. Isom; Crowfoot, Walter R. Alvin and R. Weirich; East Halsey, J. S. Mc-Williams; West Halsey, T. J. Jackson and Martin Koontz; North Harrisburg, John D. Scott; South Harrisburg, J. C. Wolcy; Knox Butte. John W.; Motley; Lacomb, F. L. Smith' and E. C. Avers; Lcb- ' IC1 TBvaoTrttTOPv day, April 2 and 3 by the combined Lebanon High School Glee clubs at the auditorium of the high school. The Thursday performance Mrs. Warren Better " ' Mrs. Mae Warren of Albany, who has been 111 in a Portland hospital, is reported to be improved today, by her sister, Mrs. A-Sternberg. Mrs! Sternberg hopes to bring her sister to Albany this week end. . ..' . .'.,.. ..;- .,. . .. candidates: son of two filings in one precinct. would ask Hoffman to grant win Dcgin ai ( o ciock. mat or iri Ktutnctu. Vlsitetr . t L. E. Arnold of Lebanon, for mtuiy years a prominent poultry-man 01 the county.was an Albany business visitor yesterday day at 8. Circuit Judge, District No. 3 Non- partisan L. H. McMahan, This means that in all 55 republicans would be precinct ' " Bemricrat-Herald-want .Ads. . , Rring Results . ' reprieve which is admittedly illegal pending complete investigation of the Wendel case. Miss Irene Moore . the . director has chosen the following characters: . The " Mikado of JaDan. Dean SALVE 17 Martha Prertyman Dits Here Tuesday Go to Portland ' ' Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cathey, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cathey of Albany and Mrs. R. C. Thomas of Jefferson, spent yesterday in Portland- ' Reported III J. N. Galbrailh of Sweet Home, formerly of Albany, is reported ill at the home of J. R. Springer in Sweet Home. - Stephens: Nankl Poo, Bruce Stacy; Ko Ko, Dick Siver;. Pooh Bah, Bill. Skinner; Pish Tush,- Glen Faulkner; 'Yum Yum, Pauline Pcngra; Pittl Sing, Joyce. Kelly; Beep Bo,; Floroinc Caluhan;. Katisha, Mar-jorlc Pearson. . for COLDS price 5c, ,10c, 2Sc : Ligulil- l ablrH-hal vt . None Drona Daughter Born-Mr. and Mis. H. G. Mishler of Cbrvullis Route No. 2, are the parents of a T4 pound daughter, born yesterday at the Albany General hospital. ' ' VtaMor In Albany k l v R. A. Lee of Canby, a former resident i0t- Albany, javw m brief visitor here yesterday on his way to southern Oregon points. 448 USE CHINESE HERBS WHEN OTHERS FAIL PILE FOR MAY PRIMARIES Mrs. Martha Elizabeth Pretty-man, 88, a native of Roy county, Missouri, born March 23, 1850. died nt her home at 810 Lyon St. at 3:45 a. m. today. At the age of 14 with her, parents and other members of the family, came to Oregon arriving in Portland in October 1864. In the fall of 1865 they moved o Salem where she lived until New Year's day in 187 1.; From thero they moved to a farm in Benton county. She was married to W. D. Prettyman, youngest son of Dr. and Mrs. Perry Prettyman of East Hawthorne Avenue, Portland, Feb. 10, 1870. Mr. Prettyman died June 5, 1921. She is survived by a son, P. E. Prettyman of Portland and two (Continued from Pas One) "Somebody to See You!" Nelson, Salem. Seeking the dem Daughter Bern Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Vose of Jci-lcrson arc the parents of a daughter, born to them early this morning at the Albany General hospital. The baby weighed 6V4 pounds. Charlie Chan Chinese Herbs Remedies, are non-poisonous, their healing virtue has been tested hundreds of years in following chronic ocrats nomination are Willis Ma- On Business Trip C. M. Dollarhide and E, E. Miil-son, local roa estate dealers, left way points on business for the day. Returns from Coast Irvine Hood of the Hood real estate firm, returned last evening from the coast where ho had been op business for. the day.1 honey, Klamath Falls, and John A. Jeffrey, Portland. Nineteen men and women filed for the suite's throe seats iri the national house of representatives. James Mott, Salem, republican incumbent from the first district, At Albany General ' Phillip Roth, Route 1 of Albany, underwent a tonsillectomy this morning at the Albany General hospital. Mrs. Bernlce Wilson, Crawfordsville, was admitted to the hospital this morning for medical attention. daughters, Mrs. Mary E. Williams of Newport and Mrs. Ellena R. was the only on unopposed. On the democratic slate were E. W. Kirkpatrick and Byron G. Carney. Dtntnny. or Albany; four grand Conduct Funeral Officers of the local Elks lodge were in Toledo yesterday to conduct the funeral of Fred Stanton, a pioneer of that place aiid long prominent In the Elks lodge. ailments. S. B. Fong Throat, sinusitis, catarrh, ears, lungs, asthma, chronic cough, stomach, gall stones, colitis, constipation, diabetes, 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. children and two great grand children. Throe brothers also survive, T. B. Williamson and Grant both of Milwaukle, and Cortis D. Stringer, Lebanon. In the second district, Republican candidates were Roy W. Rlt-ner, Pendleton; R. A. Tull, La Grande; Phil Yates,- Wasco; C. B. Phillips, Burns and C. D. Nickcl- Williamson of Albany and Wiley IF EVERYBODY with something to interest you should come and ring your bell, what a nuisance it would be. Think of the swarming, jostling crowd; the stamping of feet on porch and carpets. A. Williamson of Corvallis. She had lived 29 years in Albany and Front Brownsville - Mr. and Mrs. K. Wadu of Brownsville were Albany shoppers and visitors yesterday... . 72 years in the state. Funeral services in charge pf tho Fortmillcr funeral directors CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to our friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy shown In our recent bereavement. Also thank those for the beautiful floral offerings. (Signed) I. Villar, husband : Mary Villar, daughter Mrs. lsabello Garnica, mother will be announced later. California Visitors,. . Mrs. D. Davidson and son ot Oakland, Cal . arrived in Alltnnv Ison, Hood River. Rep. Walter M. I Pierce was opposed only by C. P. ! HaiRht, Canyon City. 1 Republican candidates in the third district were Charles M. Thomas, William 'E. Ekwall, incumbent and Harry M. Kenin, all i of Portland. On the demooratic OREGON'S FAVORITE Klisn Gainica and ' ticket were Walter B. Olcason, Frutosa Narvai a, sisters j Warren Erwin, Louise Palmer MAKE HER SCHOOL OR I'ARTT Every day tye know many callers who come to sue you. They never jangle the bell they don't take up the whole day trying to get your attention. Instead, they do it in a way that is most considerate of your privacy and your convenience. They advertise in THE DEM-OCRAT-HERALU. ., These callers don't clutter up vour door steps or fill your .mail boxes with large, untidy circulars. They don't annoy you by having their merchandise advertised in handbills which are thrown carelessly on your-porch or in .your automobile. They are considerate of your patience and your time. Instead, they gain your good-will, friendship and respect by advertising in THE DEMOCRAT-HERALD. ., , t In this way, you have only to listen to those whom you 'know have something to interest you. They make it short, too, so you van gather quickly just what you want to know. You can receive and hear them all in a very few minutes, and without noise and confusion or annuv. illll'e- . -, -A v v. ' . . . ' .V v V '', In fairness to youtself. look over all the advertisffiwntir'iJTl'Hfe -DEMOCRAT-HERALD today and every day. .The smallest and the " largest you never can be sure which one will tell something you really aw . I . , w aaaW FROCK IN VOUTHKl'L CAPE1.ET STYLE Pattern 2698 Prettiest at the party" and she wears an adorable capclet-sleeved frock to show her playmates just how smart a little girl can look in this new and popular style. Such an easy pattern to follow, too, for as you see. those wee smull cape-lets are cut all-in-one with the scalloped yokes, and together frame her pretty face. Best of all, you'll realize two patterns for the price of one when you choose this style, for thore's a pattern for dainty panties included, to wear with this or other frocks. Swiss, dimity or batiste are nico for parties or Sunday best and trim with perky bows instead of buttons; sturdy broadcloth, percale or gingham aro school or play-time dependable. Pattern 2698 is available in sizes 2. 4, 6, 8 and 10. Size 6 takes 23s. yarris 36 inch fabric. Illustrated step-by-step sewing instructions included. Send F1FTEE.V CENTS (15e) In coins or stamps (coins preferred i for this Anne Adams pattern. THIRTY CENTS! (30c) for both. Write plainly name, address and slvle number. BE SURE TO STATE Sr2E. Be sure to order OUH SPRING PATTERN BOOK for smart new clothes that'll fit you and your needs to a "T"l Gay, practical I frocks to cheer you at work. Love-! r U want to know. , . -"' S31YU o6iq u5 o; e o pnur 'S.l NOUISOdXJ 3f4 H ,t" noA Off withoyour overcoat . . . oway with weary winter clothes . . . for spring is officially here, now that the new Varsity-Town Clothes have reached town. Oh, so gay! ... so vigorous! ... so alert-looking! everything that's anything for men who delight in. wearing smart clothes. .. . . Q $21.50 to $29.5CP O of) Democrat-Herald Advertisers InviteVou " O O Or., To Try TheS First iy pany irocai ana sports domes to flatter you at play. Collars, blouses, skirts for multiplying costumes. Chic slenderizing styles. Patterns for tots. Fabric and accessory news. PRICE OF BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND A PATTF.RN TOGETHER, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Address orders to Democrat-Herald, Pattern Department.' . .N,, ::::... :;-..!.:;::.:.-,st O 2693 '

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