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Albany, Oregon
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Thursday, April 9, 1936
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PAGE TWO THE A L 6 A NY 6 EM 0 C RAT- H E r'aL'd, ALBANY, O'REGON THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1936 POLL BOOKS FOR Routing; Pain from Denfisfc. Chair As Easy as Flying for a Bird Dope Ring Probing Brings Fight, Suicide PRIMARIES DUE TO notice to ernr i SUBSCRlBfiRS If your paper Las not been delivered by your Albany carrier, by 6:00 o'clock call I). M. Rohrbouch. Phone 718-Y and a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the office, Plinnp is recover from a gunshot wound in the neck, physicians said. Police said Kuby committed suicide after shooting Holt. . , Although Holt declined to discuss the affair, Customs Collector J. Walter Doyle revealed Holt had been trailing Kubey in the narcotics investigation. MEETING POSTPONED - -', The O.D.O. club meeting-, schedi ulcd for April 16, has' been postr Honlulu, T. H. April 9. A blast of gunfire and a spectacular suicide leap over the brink of historic Nuuanu Pali climaxed a lengthy dope smuggling investigation last night and left one man dead and a second recovering from a bullet wound today. Joseph Kiibey, former assistant Honolulu postmaster, was the dead man. William Holt, once a U. S. customs inspector, was expected to "flic Albany -Democrat-Herald ponea uniu pi u co, n waa de nounced today- The meeting piai will be announced later. DO YOUR EASTER! SHOPPING! at ; i ;;.. THE V ' ATHER -. J Oregon Partly cloudy tonight and Friday, but unsettled in northwest portion tonight; sligntly warmer in. south portion tonight; gentle changeable wind off coast. Maximum temperature yesterday locally 63 degrees. Minimum temperature last night 39 degrees. River 5.2 feet . lMTi 1 a Hy w. 1 ; 'ft CLOSE ON TUESDAY Comity Clerk Ru sell today 'announced thr.t he will kcci his office open from 7 to 9 p rri,- Frl-..ay ....o oa.uuiuy to iccoivu i'ei-.suutim o voters who wish 'to cast their ballots in Uio May primary election. The registration books will not unul Tuesday nignt, , the county clck explained, but he selected fiiday and Saturday intth.f, li.ihcr than Monday t-iid i'uisciuj nightv as special re.Ui-iialion iiifclits in the belief that ,,e iiius accommodate more jcu)le. Voters must register 30 days before the election, Mr. Russell explained. This renders Tuesday liii: day on which registrations can be entered. Voters will reguter either al the court houae ur with the tol-ii.wir.g registrais: Brownsville, George C. Hume . and . Aubrey Tussing; Cascadia, U. M. Ueisen-aoiter, fc. Sheek and John O. KU.ssell; Crabtree, Fred Brewster; Crawtoidsville, l-'lorenee McKer-Lhei; Foster, J. P. Harrang; Hal-sey, Bert S. Clark; Harrisburg. George Wilhelm, L. E. Walton and John J. Cramer; Holley, E. E.'Mc-i-lun; Kingston. Samuel S. Barry; Lacomb, W. J. Bird; Lebanon, C-H. Witman; Lyons, Clinton B. Surry and Harve C. Ransome; Mill City, M. J. Knerr; Peoria, J. W. Lamar; Rowh.nd, L. R. Chrismun; Stio, Riley Shclton: Shcdd, C. J. Shedd; Shelburn, Bess G. Ransome; Sodaville, Inez Fori' and Sweet Home, Clara Daugherty, Ernest L. Scholl and J- F. Mc-Glbthern. , HARRY'S MARKET M i AND SAVE MONEY! We "Have a fine .selection of V'' Crab Meat, Deep Sea Crabs,- Fresh Halibut, Oyctersy Rhode ( Island Red Chickens arid SWIFT'S PREMIUM w n ijii from Klamath Falla ' H. V, George, a, timber man of Klarndth Falls, arrived in Albany last evening on a business trip. - : Portland Visitors '.i Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Schanck of U UU Portland arrived in Albany yesterday afternoon. Mr. Schanck is president of the board of trustees of Albany college and was here to attend the regular mbnthly meeting of the executive committee of the board. t Dance at Fairmounl Grange Fri, Nite. Oregon Loggers. aS Easy?' That -isu'l the half of it. It's llie-soflest kind ot 'tiii for pretty Dorothy Herbert. sIUIiik noncliulnntly wiljioul a hold on her soaring mount as ho clears ii 5 i -root jump ' Just let somo of thdae fnncy society riders try lo dnplicate Hip rout. But then that's Dorothy's net. which she's dcnioiistrntliiK before Raping onlookers at circus winter headquarters in Surusotn, Ha. 'It works!'' was the Jabilaai verdict of bdd Johnson. New Yois reporter, wbo offered himself for a test of the-new tooth desetsitlcr developed by Dr. Leroy Hnrtmon of Columbia Ualversliy. "'The den-:1st Is shown applying the desensltizer to a cavity in Johnson's tooth. Before application, Johnson reported, the ordeal was painful; sslt'ir-ward, there wasn't the least vestige ol pain. Ml Specially Low Priced! Fehl Fresh Entitled to Parole Says Lewis TODAY'S STOCK, GRAIN MARKETS visitors in Albany this forenoon on their way to Junction City. SEE THE FLOWERS Special Easter display at our store. Store- will be open Thurs. evening for you to come and see Attorney Here - H. H. Clelund pf Olympia, wash., attorney for the Mountain States Power company, arrived in Albany last evening on business. BACKBONES Lear and meaty? lb - ) Salem, Ore., April 9. Earl H. Fehl, ex-Jackson county judge, road near Waterloo to supervise transfer of a WPA crew to the Lebanon vicinity to continue road work. Work on the Noble Slough road was completed, it was said. Members of the court also report excellent progress on the Scio blanket road project, which involves clearing and brushing the. roadside, deepening and cleaning out of ditches and other improvement work. ftuslnna Visitor ' ' I the flowers. All are Cordially In 1 encler - April Docket for Court Here Clear vited to tnis least ot Deauty. rto-maines, Albany Floral Co,, 115 Broadalbln St. . 1 a8-9 i Elory McClain, farmer residing in the North Lebanon district, was an Albany business visitor yesterday and attended the meeting of Beef Steaks ibH(2 MARKETS AT A GLANCE Ur Uniud I'rtM Stocks highly irregular in moderate trading. Bonds irregularly lower. Curb irregularly lower in listless trading. Cull money H of 1 per cent. Dollar firm in terms of major foreign currencies. Cotton quiet and practically unchanged. Rubber 2 to 5 points higher. tne chamber or commerce. has been a model prisoner and no one can keep him from being i released from the state penitentiary next Wednesday, Warden James Lewis said today. ! Fehl then will have served two; maximum on good behavior, of: years and eight months, the a .Jour-year sentence for ballot; theft. Jackson county officials were understood to have protest- j ed Fehr's return until his four-j year time had been served. Drctsed Chickens' for Easter Sunday, Shook Produce, Ph, $66. Completion of the J. J. Cronin trial yesterday left the docket of department No. 1 of the Linn county circuit court clear, so far as the April term is concerned. The cases of Eva Allphin vs, the Pacific Greyhound Lines. Inc., and Glenn S. Cozine vs. Paul L. and ad-10 Democrat Meeting at Solo - On next Tuesday evening, April 14, beginning with a banquet ut 6:30 in the K. of P. hall in Scio a democratic meeting of both old and young will be held under the auspices of the Young Democrat club of the county. All democrats and friends are invited to attend. A program will be featured following the banquet.' Returns From ti rants Pass Stocks W. A. Klmsey of West Sixth street, who has been spending the Charles Hodge, were settled out of POT ROAST o.f Beef Tender and good, lb. We have those 1936 SPRING LAMBS for Your EASTER DINNER Phone 104 Free Delivery- New York, April 9. A spurt court. Both court. Both were scheduled to fol WANT PHONE LINE MOVED ' Members of a Lacomb delegation that visited the county court this week were disappointed in their request for WPA labor in moving a telephone line. The court consulted H. W. Merrill, WPA engineer, who replied that because the telephone line is privately owned WPA labor cannot be assigned to any work connected with it. ' - winter at the home of his daughter. Mr. - Herman Schmidt, in Rood Crew Goes To Lebanon Job v- Grants Pass returned to his home in railroad shares in the last few minutes of trading today carried them up fractions to more than 2 points and bolstered the entire stock exchange list. The rally was featured by Atchison which reached u new ' Gifts and Easter Candies at Hurley's Drug Store. a8-10 Members of the county court toriuy went to the Noble- Slougn CARD OF THANKS low the Cronin trial. The case of George Rouse- vs. Rufus I. Liles was slated for today, but was postponed. Other postponements include the case of the American Mortgage & Loan company vs. H. T. Hatfield, and Clara Hickman vs. Walter Stuart, which were to have followed the Rouse vs. Liles trial. Postponement was stipulated by the attorneys. i high at 82's up. 2 points. Other We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness m Albany yesterday. He was accompanied by his son-in-law, Mr. Schmidt, who returned home yesterday evening. . From Portland ... C. N. Freeman, O. C. Jessey, Cliff Bruce, P. M. Lilly and H. F. Johnson of Portland were business-visitors spending- last night in Albany. . Cooked Food Sale all day Sat. Dawson Drug Store, Women of Grand Prairie Grange. u9 end sympathy and, the beautiful floral offerings in the loss of our beloved mother." 1 ' Mury E. Williams. Ellcna R. Dininny, Perry E. Prettyman a9 runs gained with it and the other sections steadied. Trading was moderately active. Dow Jones preliminary closing averages showed: Industrial, 160.-28, off 0.69; railroad, 49.70, up 0.47; utility, 33.1 U off 0.16. Volume approximated 1,650,-000 shares the same as yesterday. Curb sales were 431,000 shares the same ns yesterday. True Love Gets Herself Husband McLairi Elected to EASTER SALE O TOILETRIES and REMEDIES Head Moose Lodge Newport, Ky., April 9. A bdnm- Visit in Entene ' Mrs. W. H. Davis and guest, ing young negro couple applied to Deputy County Clerk Al Rosenthal for a marriage license. The man volunteered, "My name's Leo L.- F. McLain; was elected dictator of the Albany Moose lodge at a meeting held last night. Other officers elected were: Henry Traylor. vice dictator; Brown. Clerk Rosenthal glanced qucs- tioningly at the prospective bride James Morley, prelate; George She sighed, and with a flutter of Grain Chicago, April 9. Reports of precipitation in drought areas of the southwest winter belt brought heavy selling into wheat futures on the board of trade today and prices fell about a cent a bushel. A moderate recovery was generated near the close, however, by advices that crops in some riis-triets of tlie southwest were deteriorating. At the close May wheat was 3-8 cent net lower and cent above its low, July was down ',4 $1.00 M-D Medicated Douche Powder Campbell, secretary; Russell Voss, treasurer; W. H. Watson and W. W. Bacon, trustees. Installation will be held on April 28. r-oim.AMi MAItKET rurtlnml. Ore.. April 0. -Uuttcr il-VHitcetl for tile tlitrtl coim-rutlvi, tiny. T.hv her eyebrows whispered, "True Love." . "Yes, I know it's great to be in love," said the clerk impatiently, "but what's your name? Come, come." "That's it," replied the girl "True Love." 8c Items nw mtvHnrps inrluiluri 1 rent pound ennt ;mrl .1', nhin'n ll,n I,,,,...- ,.,l,;i Mrs. Brown or Portland, Mrs. Mortis Senders and Mrs. Victor Olliver returned last evening from . Eugene where they had been for the day to visit at the home of Mrs. E. M. Pugh, a former resident of Albany. . Food Sale ... y The women of the Grand Pnitrit grange announce thut they will conduct an nil day cooked food ale next Saturday ot the Duwson drug store. - ' ; Rummage Sale Fri. & Sut. Hotel Albany Bldg- Benefit Jr. Band. Sponsored by Albany Schools. afl-10 A . . .. From Sweet Home . . John Wodtll, a-farmer in the Sweet Home neighborhood, is spending the day in Albany on business. From Polk County 'Mr. and Mrs.Orville Kurtz, who qperate the farm of W. A. Kimscy of Albany in the Perrydule neighborhood in Polk county, were brief September was cent net low-'Old Tanks Solve m- ma m oju amc tritium nsi Kr. f r f x. ,'inl ll SHAVE CREAM 1 KAj QC f Norwegian 1 f and s oz ,,,,.. vvJ Ifx" I Cod Liver Oil 1 I WiHlams f 4K Th Ncw "co Rich in Vitamins! I AQUA VELVA J in. Feminine" Hygiene ' V 17c J V 29c J Sundries er and 'j cent above the day's boom. Corn was !8 cent higher Crossing Ditches for all itrmU'a. cxct'Pl prime flraU, wliirh wn lKHmrt oiu'-hnlf rent. Huttrrful liuytiitf Price wh Htlvanrril 1 rent. Ktrna uric ittruily. with nu price rlianui-a. . Very wide kprrnil of NHpnmiruB prieeH U rotiflrmetl. HottiuUHtf loniHtoen me lower. Ulutt I'ioluiliei are Helllnu oll'tioe iloiell bunrlieK, to ' 2 cent lower, oats were ' to I 3-8 cent lower and rye was s Here is how Tom McKinlcv of lo 7-8 cent lower. ! Shedd solved the problem of mov- ing heavy machinery from field to CHOIR SINGER 83 field across ditches without hav- Salt Lake City, The oldest ing to worry about breaking down choir singer in Utah is -Mrs. Eliza- I the banks of his ditches or break-both V: Haines. 83. Her rich alto ing down bridges, voice is easily recognizable dm- Mr. MrKinley bought a track ing a concert of the world-famous load of discarded hot water tanks. TexM new iHttaioea nre mluteil to :l for ftlM. l.etturt of quality cotilhuiv ftt-arre and hiBh priced. Peas are lower. ' ' llnthoUHe eucuiuWin In Wtt,'!' rail at Milter Day hatnts choir, in which nt n cash post of 25 cents each. H full price. she has sung regularly for the last cut out the top and bottom of each Field rlmltarb la g-rnrrally (I fori 1,-,. io yeais. boiler, and by placing three of them end to end made a culvert MOVE HEATS QncKl.Y wide enough for any farm machin Chicago A boon to lovers of oi v to move across. He laid them Noddy's fashion 3jLLni me omnoors is an ingenious new i like tile and covered them Willi picnic stove introduced in the ! dirt. While thev won't last like Merchandise Mart here. The ton i concrete tile. Mr. McKinlcv will 4 oz. Boracic Acid 4 oz. Salt Petre 1 lb. Whole Flaxseed 1 lb. Blond Psyllium 1 lb. Moth Crystals 25c tube Zinc Oxide 25c Fitch Brillaintine 25c Williams Talcum 25c Excellcr Baby Talc. 200 Facial Tissues Adhe. Tape, J in. x 5 yds. Gauze in. x 10 yds. Glennette Sanitary Belt 2 dozen. Envelopes 10 Thor Razor Blades 2 plcg. Luden's cough drps 2 oz. Olive Oil 4 oz. Castor Oil 4 oz. Glycerine 4 oz. Turpentine 2 spools O.N.T. Thread Couette Cotton Pads 1 oz. Vivani Perfume 13 oz. can Taicum 1 lb. Epsom Saits 4 oz. Alum 6 oz. Wildrool Wave Set Kote . MATRON LOOKS LOVELIEST is of a new alumlnus alloy called probably get his money's worth Wiss Shears, $1.00 Rubber Aprons, 15c Hot Water Bottle, 31 c Ice Crusher, $1.39. Shave Mirror, 34c Hair Brushes, 23c Juice King, $1.39 Tooth Brushes, 9c Whisk Brooms, 21c Mixing Bowis, 14c Youth Lunch Kit, 84c Pt. Vacuum Bottle, 55c Rubber Gloves, 19c Fountain Syringe, 33c VALUABLE f $1.00 llorlirks g 'i"c si', i, MALT ITAUAN I MILK 1 BALM with 1 I (Choc, or Plain) I I Home i.spcnser I V 67c J 47c; I I , SALTS I f SHAMPOO J V 29c J V 56c J inagnauie ann is so extremely : out or the venture, says 'County sensitive to heat that a fire made Agent F. C. Millon. . of a single newspaper sheet is j sufficient to bring it to cooking Democrat-Herald Want Ads. temperature. Rrinir R-iil League Meets About Rhine Crisis FORMER 2 54 SIZE This Coupon and lie Cashmere Bouquet Soap IN r KtH K WHICH OFFERS A TWO-WAV YOKE Pattern 2709 "Such statclincss, such poise!" carol the admirers of this flattering frock, and indeed it is fluttering to the wearer, who finds it gives her a new slenderne. ns well. Such a perfect frock, too, for every Spring affair, whether afternoon or evening, for Anne Adams has been foreslghted as to your needs, and planned this design for self-fabric or contrasting yoke-nnd-sleeves. Picture yourself, as the large sketch shows, in an afternoon and nil-occasion version of semi-sheer or synthetic crepe. Then to lower left, an evening or dressy version with yoke and sleeves of cotton thread laee. Or you may prefer contrasting shades of one fabric. Pattern 2709 Is available in sizes 16, 18, 20. 34. 36. 38. 40. 42. 44 and 46. Size 36 takes 37i yards 39 inch fabric. Illustrated step-bv-step sewing Instructions Included with each pattern. Send Fir TEEN CENTS (15c) in coins or stamps (coins preferred) for this Anne Adams pattern. THIRTY CENTS (30c) for both. Write plainly name, address and Ivle number. BE SURE TO -TATE SIZE. Br sure to order OUR SPRING VITERN BOOK for smart new ' t lies that'll fit you and vour ifd to a "T"! Gay, practical Tks to cheer you at work. Love. ' pa fly frocks and sports clothes ,'lntler you at pluy. Collars, l'iu'cc. skirts for multiplying cos-iiim-. Chic slenderising styles, ntterns for tots. Fabric and ac-if irv news. PRICE OF BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND A :ATTK.HN TOGETHER, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Address orders to Democrat-Herald, Pattern Department. "Ike w.dUiW&$ to Avop offending1 lalh. with IMl lov.Iy ollurlnf Kintta taop. m fraranl, dp cltamlng lalhr inttirtft a ntw and love'icr wty te ovtid unpl.aionl bdy odor. m, i entitles customer to a Choice of Asst. Pink Glassware: Cake Plates, Fruit Dishes, Sugar Bowls and Cream Pitchers, etc. COUPON i vh'W i f -:i I -'LI- I - '..-;r,i:(j - ' I 18c .Supers Regulars . . . Juniors. 18s, 62c When you buy napkins 7 L!w$rfi? h sy hi jj 109 3 25? always buv Quest Deodorant . 29c r"r . v Dtelivary Special r Deliveries lipon Request PHONE 82 Ask for Drug Department With Herman; and Franco at loggerheads orcr the solution o; the European peace puiile, tha Council ot the League of Nations met it St James' Palace in London to dlscuM the Rhlnelind crlsl. This iilc-tiuc. rndlotd to America from London, shows the coumll members ojeettBf In opening session of the extraordinary contertnoe.

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