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PAGE TWO THE ALBANY D EM OC RAT - HERA LP, ALBANY,. OREGON THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1 1 936 ; y ers from entering it and imperil- L'.'i themselves. Almost every- tliine movable was snatched by calcuble odds in the depths of the rnine. - - - : Social s &a$lrion 3iur Albany are the parents- of a 'TV. pound son born Saturday at the Emmanuel hospital in Portland, The baby" wasT'tiamea Allred Beatty, Corvallis, district deputy grand master, paid an official visit to St. Johns Lodge No. 17, A. F. ic A. M., Tuesday night. Other dis- NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS If your paper kas not been delivered by your Albany carrier by 6:00 o'clock call D. M. Rohrboufrh, Phone 718-Y and a copy will be delivered by special carrier. Report all other complaints to the office, Phone 15 The Albany . Pemocrat-Herald Too Late to Classify 'f".u : da must bp in the office -lOi'c 9 a. nr. to he run on the .jitsified pitye. , Advertisements -.e.v'tu uvt.wvi'11 i) and 1J a. .t. 1 1; drrtti.i w .11 ajpviu in t uJiuiiui. The lull cla;..-.iliud .id inuiKc-l puiie wjij Lk iuuhJ .1 lu Iuji pae in Louu uper. ' ; . ' - ., James, The baby's ather If (m tinguished guests were Stowell ; ployed in the accounting depart- Dawson. Albany, grand master of Flattering Frock Helps You Make ment of the Mountain States Fow-. the grand cour-?il of R. & S. M. ol the Most of Leisure Moments iw con.pany. 1 ' r -a, and Bruce Stuart, Cor- Pattcrn 2770 ' '" ,:T- vallis, deputy grand master. It's bound 1o be the Pride of New Jersey People Here' " The meeting was opened at 5:30 Your Wardrobe this dashing Frank Harper and wife of West-.'t,y t.un Horning, woishipiul mas-young frock with every detail and lield, New Jersey, stopped in Al-'lel. 01 St. Johns lodge, arid tiie tirst line planned to flatter. Any clever bany and visited at the Democrat- .cctlon 0j tne lhlld degree was the hundreds of sightseers who descended on this little commun- itv. Later a dynamite charge will : be set off in the Reynolds shaft to close it permanently. I Hour by hour the settlement of r ! 15 houses close by the mine re-, j turned nearer to its usual peace- j ' f.il ...o.rr. Thn 1it)o ljikn np.'ir tv. ' which was dotted for days with' airplanes that brought newsmen j and photographers from distant , cities, was almost clear again. But i the villagers never will forget the i 10-day struggle against death that j was carried -forward against in-1 For Friday, Saturday, Sunday, W M ' girl can run it up in a few leisure nours. tne cost will prove trifling, and the results will extinguish you in any circle! Aren't you already j convinced that beruffled capelets' will be ever so much cooler than : sleeves on a Summer's day? That circular, off-shoulder yoke Is lust about the lat word in flattery, while the shirred bodice point (done by machine or hand) is such an easy and- decorative touch, you will find additional trimming unnecessary. We suggest a printed sheer, voile or crepe. D,.llii OTTrt i :!..!. : 12 rr ,V n m;uS 40 and 42. Size 16 takes 3 yards III, ta ,11" LTld-tCy: stop sewing- Instruction included with each pattern. ' i ,nfC.nlFiritENCfNTS (J5c 'nAt Albany General- . for .hi. AnJ (Tln' Pre'c"ed i Mrs. Howard Parsons of Albany THIRTY Ants An"S . PBt!- underwent a major operation this Write .LSfv nL(J JJZ' boty morning at the Albany General sTv' eC 5 ?&,Ba5S "S" -"SA hosP'tal, and Miss Bernice Fisler conterred on Rice Ashton. J. W. Davidson 0( junction City acted as woishiplul master lor the conferring of the degree. A banque was served by the ladies of the Eastern Star at 6:30 and following this the loyde reconvened for the regular outlines meeting and the second i-ceiiUi ot the degree. An additional feature of the evening' was the presentation to Wsltur Stuart, jr., of the citation and insignia ol a representative DcMolay in recognition of his 1 f.Kms ,wor "n-'ion Willi 11 IV ViUUl, 1UL IWU Ul which he has been un advisor of Takena. chapter. The presentation was made by Mr. Beatty, the dep uty state 'advisor, uri behalf of Dr. W. J. Kerr, member of the grand council of DeMolay. Scouts Will Sponsor 'Calling Dan Mathews' "The Calling of Dan Matthews" by Harold Bell Wright is being sponsored by Kiwunis Boy Scout Troop 22 at the Granada theater on Sunday and Monday, April 20 and 27. The proceeds of this show will ,"0 towards erecting an addition to their scout cabin in Bryant park. Richard Alien and Charlotte Winters are featured in this entertainment which is one of the best of Wright's works. There will also be numerous short subjects. A contest is being held between the members of the troop as to who sells the most tickets, with prizes going to the two winners. Tickets are also on sale by numer ous Kiwanis members of Albany. John Simon Lamar, 81, Dies Wednesday ir" , ; ' ;j h i HI 'j2770u Thes PREFERRED STOCK Canned Foods Specials will en;:ble you to both trim the corners of your food budget and enjoy the quality of one of the nation's finest brands .on your table, rie sure to stock up at these low prices! neram oince on meir way to, ubio. yie tiaipeis nave jusi recently sold their newspaper at Westiield. Returns to Hollywood- . Mrs' b A- Blackburn is eavlnB "Friday morning for her home in Hollywood, after a three week s visit here with Mrs. Helen Mason who ' has been in a local hospital: '' .'' :" ' Return From Salem ' Mrs. P. L. Nash and Mrs. Louise OI Bond returned yesterday trom Salem where they had been to at tend the 22nd annual meeting tof day and Wednesday at the Cal- vary Baptist church. also underwent a major operation at the same hospital this morn ing. Play Presented' '! ' ! Linfield college students : presented a four-act play written and directed by Mrs. Elam Anderson, wife of the president of the college last Sunday at the Baptist church. The play entitled "Were You There?" .included- a Cast of eight. A quartet composed of college students also sang.- ' Visiting Parents . R. A. Pearson of Colon, Panama, arrived this week in Albany visit ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Pearson, and other relatives. Mr. Pearson is associated In Panama with the firm of Westman Bros., C. P. Accountants, and has spent 11 years in t:ie tropics. Now, while on his vacation he' is' making a study of business conditions on the Pacific coast. ' " CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere gratitude to our many friends for the kindness and sympathy cx-tended.-lo us" In our l'ecent' sorrow. and for the, many lovely flowers? ' Mr.-ana jvns. rj. s. Aiiaro and Family. a23p , 1 PREFERRED STOCK Corn Bantam Fancy- Golden i PREFERRED STOCK Peas ' Fancy; Garden , Sweet I a candidate for nomination asjitor this forenoon. Mr. Blackburn TIIK WEATIIKIl :" Oregon and yfashington: Cloudy tonight and Friday, with occasion ol light rain in west portion; no change In terpperatUro; gentle southerly wind on the coast. Maximum temperature yesterday locally 63 degrees. Minimum temperature last night 49 degrees. River 5 feet P. N. G. Club to Meet The Past Noble Grand club is to meet Friday night at 8 o'clock In the I. O. O. F. hall. A number of special features are planned. From Klamath Falls-Mr. - and Mrs. Carl Shoots of Klamath Falls arrived in Albany yesterday to. spend, the summer. Mr. Shoots is a baseball player and was in Albany last summer as a player; . - . To Paint Dent Stewart, M. O. Wilkinson, Arch Lindley and Clyde Govro of the'Snntiam Fish and Game association were in Lebanon last evening to paint the new boats which are be taken to Clear Lake in the near future. , Return From Portland- Miss Olga Jackson and Mrs. Glenn L. Jackson and little daugh ter, uynthia .Lee. of Medford re- turned last evening from Portland where they had been for the day. DANCE, MOOSE HALL, ALBANY ' Sat. Nitc, April 25. Siegmund's Orchestra playing. One nite only. - ' a23-25 Returns From Portland C. H. Burggraf,- a retired business man of Albany, returned last evening from Portland where he-had been on a business and pleasure- tripi i - . .. - . Candidate for Let Mature . Will. H. Boss of Portland, a well known real estate doulor and a former resident of Linn county, Is USE CHINESE HERBS WHEN OTHERS FAIL Charlie Chan Chines Herbs Remedies are non-poisonous, their healing virtue has been tested hundreds of years in following chronic ailments. 8. B. Font Throat, sinusitis, catarrh, cars, 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 ft.il. 130 E. First St., , Albany, Or. Office Hours: Sunday and Wednesday 11 a.m., to 2 p.m. PREFERRED STOCK Sa ressing PREFERRED STOCK ee John Simon Lamar, 81, a resi-'or other ailments time to develop, dent of the state for 50 years, died 1 D''- Gallie said Dr. Robertson's in the Albany General hospital ' condition seemed satisfactory and yesterday evening, April 22, as the he was resting quietly, too weak result of heart failure. Mr. Lamar to talk to anyone save his wife, was born in New York state March who for days had waited unxious-4, 1855, and spent his early life in ' ly at the mine head for the joy-the Mississippi valley states, later ous reunion that finally came last state represehtative on the republican ticket from Multnomah county. Jersey Club Meeting- Members of the Linn-Benton Jersey Cottle club are to meet next : Saturday afternoon at the Albany ! chamber of commerce office to! arrange for the annual Jersey cat-1 do hoU, .hi.h i- i, i.. tie show which Is to be held in Corvallis this year. Vtoltor In Albany-Mrs. E. P. Miller of Sweet Home was among the guests spending Inst night pt a local hotel. Taken to Ilonpltal Mrs. Frank Boley, a resident of West Albany, was taken vesterdav to the Albany General hospital for treatment.. Breaks Collar Bone-Mrs. Alice Carter, the aged moil..., . I M..u 13 I? T ..n I .. i 1 1 FREE! Package Kellogg's Pep with 2, Kellogg Corn Flakes going to California and during the gold rush to Alaska where he and 1 Wheat Krispies U8KD CAUS YOU CAN BUY WITH CONFIDENCE l!f2!) Ford Couch Kcconiiitiunid and in ik-r feci shape. Here's u car that will kvc Kood Hcrvtce at a prfce that will BtH. Comt and sec it, ll30 Chevrolet Coupe If yuu want, a coupe, icraup thin- onpurlunity of a lifetime. You'll be proud of iu apiitarunce tind ikt-formuncu. And ul this low -price you can j)fiy for mttny months' operalinic costB with the aavlnffn. Iteiluced fur quick sulc. lyai Ford Victoria Sedan Just traded in on a new Chevrolet Six, and in excel- ( lent condition. Body and upholstery just like . new. For sale "with an OK that counts" to, the first lucky buyer at a very low price. Wc have many crieap cars such as I'un-tiacs, Fords, Chevrolet a, Buicktt, Stude-bnkers, etc., that you van buy for very little money. -. Open Sunday for your, convenience. Used Car Corner' A Lit A NY AUTO COMPANY 2nd & Ellsworth Sts. i'hone 20 ' ' ' al'3-23-8 TKADK IN YOUIt 01.0 TIItES FOR NEW McCiurcn Dt-Luxe Tiri-s. iiiM'cial trade j in dal. Tedlock & Kornter. 1st & Jackson 1 St. a23-i5 i USED TIKES WE HAVE SEVERAL j . Kuod 5611-17 usvd tires and lubes: aluo j uiner sizes nL very reasonnDle prices, leit- lock & l-'orster, 1st & Jucksun Su. rhune i - .. a.M-'.l.S WANTED TO MEET THOSE INTER- ested in Unity nnd New TlioUKlit. Call 610.J. ' ,. SPEEDER FIXED Earl James JCnutson. 3. of 201 Stevens building, . Jortlnnd. was arrested Tuesday by Officer G. W. McBride for specdim. and fined $10 in the city, court by Magistrate van lusser that afternoon. :. RESCUED MEN'S CONDITION FAIR (Continued from Pane Onel " night. Robertson's stamina was con- reportedly of pneumonia. An 111- 1,nnn,.ji 1" .""-v . w '.-") , lhl ol,"h, whleh t"e rescue was NOW PLAYING MATINEE DAILY, 2 P. M. i world rjP I LOVES -5 yE '-IM'CMarl A 3 , J was associated with the late D. B. side red the more remarkable be- 1 TlillAV'W (JTflPlf 1 Montieth and with others returned cause he is 53 years old, the eldest I O flUtft, j Mr. Monteith's body to Albany, of the three men who were trapped I GRAIN MARKETS I Mr- Lamar ws a wood worker of by a cave-in while thev were in-I I wide experience and had worked specling the mine on Easter Sun- m.bkito . , 1 Wrst for the Albany fruit nurseries, day. ' MARKETS AT A GLANCE Albany street railway company,, Scadding's Feet Infected my uniifo mm , Sears planing mill, Dowd Brothers'! - Scaddiim whose feet beennie SJ.0!?- d9.' factory- and the. Albany fur- swolicn and Tnfcrtcd d .. -ina "the broken collar bone as a result ofiV,?,,lr ,n' Abany George 1 1 Schilling PURE YAIVILLA. 1 Frozen or baked Jthe flavor Jasts Monday, April 24, 25, 26, 27 2 Nov 2 cans No. .303 Pound Glass value 2 29c lOc No. 2 Silver can Thread irs ARKET LESS : " Free Delivery CHEESE POUND ' 25c 1 T m 25c 25c Pint. A Jar..' I9.C 25c 1 he 275' nuure tactory. He retired from ac- davs of stumblimi ' around in' the tive work in 1 028. 1 rock and wad hm thrni7h .Id He was married to Mrs. MaryiLT 44 H thlollsh Harris of Albany, April 16, 1895. Herman R Manili Tnrnntn IW T Pe" S' d t rl F"? u aTS' Wilh wh?m 1,0 ha2 with Robertson, was onlv 30. He made his home m recent years and dicd in the mine ,hree davs before fa",k 'Hams ot sPkane- Wa.1h-:the e burrow Into it, Mr F.nmnr wstc n mmhf nf tii ... . ' iiiidi ALL FOR 42c PREFERRED STOCK Beets Fancy Sliced. PREFERRED STOCK Kraut Fancy Large CORK I : " " """-' 1 wua u iiifiiiut-i ui iuu r.KTir'.'i0,0'!1! "' was arranged today to dels a worthy- dUn8e"i,wmine ,he exact cause oi miller funeral home at two o'clock 1 uf the - entrance to . the STATE SIZE. Be sure to order OUR SPRING PATTERN BOOK for smart new clothes that'll fit you and your needs to a "T"! Gay, practical iiucks 10 cneer you at work. Lovely party frocks and sports clothes 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 PATTERN TOGETHER, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Address orders to Democrat- HornM Pn.tsrn rionnr.mpnt Is a former resident of Albany. Returns From Coast Fred Weatherford returned Inst PVWlin. fmm n ficUirtn 1 of the ni trnnm. On Fishing-Trip - e, , . . -'".. Vniuh on Inf. il u , InrnVn, f u Kn'tsnton left this morning for Hor- risburg to go down the river today by boat for trout and bass. Locating- la Albany K. C. Grabfr and faniilv North Dakota have arrived in Al bany to make their home. They have located In a residence near the Old Cameron saw mill. From Vancouver C. D. Davis of Vancouver, Wash., a former piano tuner of Albany, has arrived here to visit old time friends. Peckhorn from Medford was among the business visitors spending last night in Albany. Hu Tonsils Removed L. Compton of Route No. 2, underwent an operation for the removal of his tonsils yesterday at the Bridgwater hospital. Womeh 'of Moose The Women of the Moose are to meet tomorrow evening at 8 p.m. at the Moose temple, members announced. Son Born Mr; and Mrs. Alfred Trimble of WM, and BrdadalbiivSts Albany, Ore. m f Fancy home-grown Radishes and Green Onions, ..... . . 3 bunches 10c New Potatoes, Shafter whites, 3 lbs.- 15c Faiicy Green Peas, 2 lbs. 15c .Sunkist Oranges, 252's,' dozen . '. . '. . : 21c' OUR $25,000 STOCK-REDUCING SALE CONTINUES P11T ' IG. GROCERS -.-' iv- Our Own Free Delivery Telephone 43 nd .44 '.Friday afternoon. riday afternoon. Rev. J. B. Patterson, pastor of the United Presbyterian church, is to officiate. Interment will be in the Riverside cemetery. Townsend Films To Be Exhibited Circulars are being distributed in Albany announcing the presentation ot exclusive motion picture reels of Dr. Francis E. Townsend and his plans of work in promot ing the Townsend pension plan. A complete two hours entertainment of motion pictures is to be presented with the personal appearance of Charles E. Hansen, director of visual education. Among the added attractions are "From Mountains to the Sea," including some of the scenic beauty of Oregon. The entertainment will be given in the McDowell , hall Tuesday evening. April 28 at 8 o'clock A small admittance charge is to be made. Dallas Man Dies When House Slips . Dallas. Ore, April 23. Cornelius Fast was instantly killed neur here Wednesday when a house he was moving slipped off a brace and crushed him. Fast had jacked up the house and supported it witli a hollow tile which failed to stand the strain. PLANTS STOLEN Theft of five Azalea plants from the rear .of -the Walker-Floral Co. store sometime .last Irtight was reported to the police station to day. 1 ftlfl a fall on the stair steps at tha home of her daughter the first of this week. Buy Farm O. E. Thornton of the Halsey neighborhood has bought the 80 acre farm of W. R. Tibbetts in the Granger neighborhood. He is moving his family on the place to make a home. The sale was made by Tripp and Murphy of Albany. IttulntfM VliiHor .-. - W. K. Hlackburn. superintend-1 ent of the Corvallis logging coin-, pnny. was an Albany business vis- SPRING SPORTS COATS Chesterfields, swngprers, and reliable classics . . . . nil are here . . . and all will be just as smart next year as they are right now! Broken size's and colors. v ' . . $7.77 $9.77 $12.77 $14.77 Dr..y . . Tailored Many of these suits have extra short topcoats that you can wear all Summer lo'njr. If you waited you certainly are going to get t your sui't for a sontf, for marly of, these were originally priced as high ast twice this! Broken sizes and colors. $8.77 to $12.77 $16.77 I St HARRY'S U "" uin ui in: jruai. Bonds: Domestic corporation ar6 sharply lower; U. S. government irregular; Italian issues ease. nrve"1'0"5 ? ? POi"tS r-hf I ,t , , - , Chicago stocks lower, fairly ac- Uv- , : fnll rrtn,,v nt I n,. ,nnl nil j . . M4 01 1 pur ecu an r'oreign exchange firm. Cotton up about 25 cents a bale. Rubber 1 to 2 points lower. Silver in Niur Vt-irlr dRU. iwnle off 14. ., Stocks New York, April 23. Frightened traders dumped their holdings on the stock market today. Prices crashed in one of the wid est declines of the year, and trading for a time was so heavy that tickers were six minutes lnte; Railroad shares dropped to the lowest levels since January 21, while industrial and utility issues were at new lows since March 13. Dow Jones preliminary closing averages showed industrial 151.111 off 3.82. railroad 44.80 off 1.82, utility 30.60 off .06. Volume approximated 2.060.000 shares compared with 1.200,000 shares vesterdav. Curh sales were 401,000 shares compared with 287, ouo yesterday. Grain Chicago, April 23. Prospect for further unsettled weather over (lie southwest winter wheat belt and relative easiness of the Liverpool market generated heavy selling in wheat futures on the board of trade today. Losses ranged to 1 1 cents a bushel., but were pared slightly near the close.' At the finish May was off -4 cent net, July down 1 1 cents net and September off 1 cent net. Corn was unchanged to cents lower, early gains being erased after May rose to a new seasonal high. Oats closed "i to cent lower and rye was off to H cent a bushel. Wool Boston. April -23. Western grown wools had a few calls on the Boston market, according to today's report of the U. S. agriculture department. Spot Twelve months Texas wools of average to good length staple were sold at 83-85 cents, scoured basis. Twelve months wool that have not yet arrived in Boston were reported to have been offered at tU-82 cents, scoured basis, delivered east. Some interest has been received in 'n blood combing territory wokIh. Average, or French combing length, new clip, 4 blood territory wools has been Mild at 81-83 cents, scoured basis. Owners of old clip strictly combing 1, blood territory wools were holding for around 85 cents, scoured basis. Grand Master Pays Official Visit Here H. Wayne Stanard. MrMinville. most worshipful grand master of the grand lodge of A. V. 4r A. M. Oregon, accompanied bv E. B. SELLS FOR Phono 104 J BEEF ROAST 1 2k Tender and good qua'jiy mjm SHORT FiSBS ib.1 fl- Lean and meaty ' fl 1,1 FRESH BACKBONES lb. l ots of meat on these . ' " ssi easv to Back Bacon lb. Lean, Sugar nured FANCY - r i TILLAMOOK BRICK 2 POUND LOAF 49c r-i i-1. i ntxPSF.,crABS .. .20c We have 1936 Plymouth Rock Fryer, on ale this week.