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PAGE EIGHT THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT-HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1936 Dog TDDV Board to Allocate $100,000 Per Month Owners Get Warning by Police ings Tuesday when they defeated the Harrisburg team by a score of 4-1. This is the first defeat the Harrisburg nine have suffered. The girls met with misfortune again and went down 13-7. attended the opening game of the coast league in Portland Tuesday. Bill Dedman, accompanied by Miss Ruth Towne of Holley, visited in Corvallis Monday. LATE, COMPLETE NEWS OF NEARBY NEIGHBORHOODS HAGEN VICTOR OVER PETE IN FAST.CLEANGO BRIDGESJOINS WIN COLUMN: A'S DROP SOX Owners of dogs in Albany are naipn windom attencied the dis of warned by Chief of Police R. L. trict convention of Knights Lhandler that the city ordinance fytnias in Albany Monday. Jeff Salem, Ore., April 25. Planning to allocate $100,000 a month to unemployment relief, the Oregon liquor control commission reported today it had provided the jobless with 38fl fiQ cinnn it Birthday Club Has uujr viuu nas Bv llcnrv MoLemore United PrM Huff Corrvipondcnt "tr'"n I Mrs. George Sumpter and Phil 'ill be enforced. As the result of Meetina on Thursday Jf,f'erson. Rev. E. W. Petticord. Borgman attended the coast league numerous complaints the last few " 'UU'D. D., district superintendent of game in Portland Tuesday. I days the chief and associates have Philadelphia, April 25. Hop the Salem district of the Evangeli-' Jack Cochran, accompanied by'decided to make a drastic effort started in business a little more New York, April 25. Tommy HairiSburB. fSneciaH Thn Cal Church, Will BlVe an Illustrated Miss Olpnnln Hnnlnr nnrt T.vln tn nnfnrpft tho lau; Tho fino i ping a lew hurdles at the 42nd an- nual Penn relays: A few more en- 'Bridges, ace fireballer, came over birthday club of the country east lecture showing slides of pictures Brown, returned from a few days S5.00 for allowing a dog to run at tries like the mad Tcxans, and into the win column yesterday by, of Harrisburg met at the home of personally taken on a recent trip visit in Portland Monday. ! large, or, in fact, to leave the me relays wouia araw me son y''t'"!; uiu uviru.i ngers 10 a mis. u. opnnggaie inursaay to lw 1 "'""hi:, av iuv rivanciiuai mr. ana mrs. lyn crown moved premises of its owner. rhl,rft, nkt,A....n U ki.tUJ t b t lVlnnr!.,,, nirnninn A nnil OT 4A lt: Jack Hagen applied just one headlock on Thunderbolt Pete last night at the armory, but he made it good for the third and deciding fall of his fast-moving bout with the Indian from New Mexico. From the start the Hagcn-Pete bout was a tremendous crowd-pleaser. The men were both big nnH fact anti Ihrnnnhni.f Ikinii. n. of crowd they deserve With to 3 decision over the St. Louis vwa.y, me uii uiuds ui ivLTs. ia .--. -i,.i.K, ii iu vaiiis mis ween jo reside. Th ,. ti, their boots, chaps and ten-gallon .Browns. Jarmgan, Mrs. Daisy Pirtle, and al ciock. , Their son. Lvn, Jr., is making his .iTl ,.'wV U.tf,, Miss Orissa Bass. Mrs. Peter Ester- There was a eonrt attenrtanrp nt home with his erandnarents. Mr. Peratlon tl,e pub ic in notify- than two years' ago. In its monthly report, the commission showed a net profit of $106,617.74 for March, about $27,-000 below February's business, gross sales were $561,093.80. Net profit for t!ie first three months of this year was $315,460.34. In that time, license revenue has been $203,313.33 and privilege.' taxes have yielded $127,306.69. The rampaging Cleveland In- dians took a better hold nn fh-sjf Bard and Mrs. Clarence Sorineeate the public meetine snonsorpH hv and Mrs. Fred Brown till the end m.R. . 01 ?.ny vio'aiions, says hats the boys from the cowboy siale proviaed the games with their in genuine bit of color, in tion-fiiled main event wrestled al ' years. ... And they can run like top speed. It was entirely clean, Juckrabbits. .. . . .ine 1'exans' new place with a 6 to 2 decision over served. Those present were: Mrs. the Jefferson Woman's club Wed- of 'he school term. r ? j . 5" 8 i? J . the Chicago White Sox. Arthur Carroll, Mrs. N. O. Pirtle, nesday afternoon at the Metho-1 The senior class of Brownsville were notified yesterday, which will New York's Yankees moved into Mrs- J- w- Morgan, Mrs. William dist church. Mrs. J. G. Fontaine high school took their "flunk day" not duplicated in the future, third place with a 10 to 2 victory Morse ol Portland, daughter of presided at the meeting and intro- Wednesday. Accompanied by their .ne sald-over Washington. ! Mrs- LoI'en Grimes, Mrs. Reese duced the guest speaker, Miss advisor. Miss Lydia Childs, they Connie Mack's fast-improving i,gln' M'ss rissa Bass. Mrs. Louise Cottrell of Portland, execu-, spent the day at Triangle Lake. I a I and tne crowd loved it. main, m n. ... m". ter mile relay was every bit as The Indian started affairs by takina the Dart of tho mftfrnssnr in S00a as lne worla 8 record 01 ". athletics made a clean sweep oi!iT J , U" e secrctarv 01 state child wel- me Brownsville high school. j-tppiibuuuna Auxiliary Invites Legion to Dinner Are Checked Rapidly their two lamp ierios hv ripfmi ""b"ji " mi.tem unmcs, lare worn mrs. unoeri iooney "oacuau icam won irom aneaa ai in the Boston nert sL ? in 1 i Mrs' Marv Owens, Mrs. Lea Jar- gave two vocal numbers, Mrs. C. Shedd Tuesday afternoon by a InheNtionalreague ''the 5 'T'Jth l,.ar.,M"' J-Th.urjton playing the accompa- .re of 7 to 4. . , : the first minute. While both re- established by Southern Calitor-sorted to many clever tactics Pete nla ln 1831 because the Trojans worried Hagen through the whole ran on a tlack wltn but ono lul'n. of the first fall with a combination wnile the Texans had to negotiate wrist and hammer-lock. , two They might well have Hagen broke through the ham-' cracked the world mark despite mer hold just short of the 13 min- the two turns, however, had the Approximately half of the 250 nlH 9PP P!Giclanra annl While no regular meeting of tho local American Legion post will be Miss Cott-. oeen cmpioyea at ine ivols Hed t I Sinn nTr fh p .,ch, Mrs' Amelia Grimes, Mrs. Clar- Portland accompanied to ;1 decision over the Pittsburgh ence Grimes, Mrs.. Daisy Pirtle, rell, to Jefferson. I-nates and moved into third place. Mrs. C. D. Miller. Mrs. Hnnrv M- ,r r. ,, . "l. lund home returned to her home , from DPrsons nirparfv rnfoUrino held Monday night, it was an Mrs. Verna Carroll and son Joe Corbett Wednesday. county old age pensions have been ivirc vprna rarrnii onn crr i. .,. .... iji-iii j wil- , nounced today by . Mrs. Glenn Holmes, president of the Legion ht 4 tc ,1 tc TBosfon wer, rnd.nH ,'bbtn' " Pearl Grimes, Mrs. have left for Kelso. Wash., to vis-1 Mrs L B. White. Miss Roso- completed by the local social Sv" ii the w ,v lThi . , fh ?L" T Sc'ebur ?nd dau8htc,r it at the home of Mrs. George Car- mary Coshow, Miss Mariorie, Bill ice workers, according to Caro-n 1 y filth Charlotte. The next meeting will roll and other relatives. She will Dedman and George McFec are line Doolittle, executive secretary I be auxilary, however, that that or ganization will meet and will fur P'fcc. May 6 at the home of Mrs. Vin ute mark, applied a body scissors, No. 2 man been a bit more skul- and soon rendered Pete helpless, lull in passing tne baton to anxious Refreshed from a rest Hagen put No. 3 it was a bad pass and toe-holds on the Indian as they cost the team precious yardage, came out again, from which Pete Eulace pcacokck, Temple's great visibly sulfered. After great runner with the Octavus Roy Co- pound.ngs on the mat scratching nen nn t or) a ' , attending the Christian Endeavor also visit friends and relatives in of the Linn county relief commit me oiuuftiyn mongers rompea , cem urimes btate Convention in Eugene thermore serve a covered dish dinner to which all Legionnaires are invited. The Legion meetina was can of the head, and smiting of the Bollinger Boosts Williams' Candidacy Portland before returning home. Burton Thurston and Irvin Grenz, members of the Christian Endeavor society of the Christian church, left for Eugene Thursday morning where they will attend the state Christian Endeavor con play of gameness in this race.... VluJ lnU Tl... . I. 1. , u , on the Giants 8 to 2 and moved into iourth place as Van Lingle Munco struck out nine New Yorkers and held them to six well scattered hits. St. Louis and Cincinnati were not scheduled. 1. "AT-L"jrV:""u. Kunnlng the anchor, Eulace pulled tee. Work is being rushed as rapidly as possible to complete investigation of thcs petitions by May 1, if possible, after which new applications will be investigated, Miss Doolittle said. The relief committee, meeting each Wednesday this month to pass upon the applications, dis TODAY'S STOCK, I GRAIN MARKETS celed because of the prospective meeting at Portland Monday night, to be held in honor of the national vice-commander of the Legion. The invitation to the Auxiliary Charles F. Bollinger of Clat- vention ,," c, " , , ot tne uregon city Enterprise, was Better Business club Tuesday aiu, ... :.u posed of 43 last Wednesday and MARKETS AT A GLANCE By United Press Stocks firm in light turnover. Bonds quiet and irregular: U. S. dinner is intended for Legionnaires who are unable to go to Portland, Mrs. Holmes said. After about th'e Hew"jk "VT with wrist-locks, and knocked him n-PPcd skipped and jumped through the air with effective head the rt'st of the wav homc to take and shoulder butts. I 'econd place from a surprisingly In a flash he resorted to the sl,u' rt,my team ...... Army Indian death-lock at nine minutes was pcrlcclly satisfied with third, to win the second fall. j l'JO- 'ur it enabled it to top the The third fall lasted just five "va team To the cadets minutes. The Indian held the bet-l"nu hihiuils me ci nival is puieiy ter of it through the fall, and a dual meet. .... .Army doesn't night four new members were rt,Dllblican learims rolntivo tn thn has handled approximately 70 io aaaca to tne membership roll. It p,nHiHinv nr n.inh c unm f rtnie. Another meeting will be 1 tho dinner the nnxilini-v will n BUSY WEEK DUE FOR BULLDOGS IN TRACK, BASEBALL J ,i"t ,, iiunii a iu, l,r.M ,.,,v. T,,.... u.. u :,.,. r . governments irregular; German was voted to organize a soft ball ItnuMU bonds hiEher. :.. i rcpuuuc was vntnH tn nrnnnivo n nft h-,11 . .. ican national committee- v u"uuj uj un; ti-uira an uiinaiion ceremony, sue Curb irregularly higher in dull nf Mr Jon riiffnrH rnt,. ivric nii.n .u.. s L . ' . trnriine , u.. iwiL.u. T iT j' Zollinger stated that in his sur-' .;v: r . """"""f. ""J " giumianes going io t-oruana Wickcrsham Albany's trackstcrs seemingly had Hagen lost in the caie what position it nnishes in, ..And c"'vallis high Monday at Corval- I 1I1U 1 I ' " ' " dcathlock, when Jack broke loose just so ivavy is beaten J v uw UIM ltl Roy named to attend vey o( tne state whl(.h is practjc. with the exception of some peti- , will notify Ralph Coleman, Edwin to this matter. The first practice vllly compieted, party sentimcrt tlon. fr whil-h certain data is un- Fortmiller or Commander Ralph for soft ball tooke place on the was strong for the ,.etenlion of available as yet. investigation Banton if they need transportation. . school grounds Wednesday eve- Williams lor this important politi- work wlH P"batly be finished on It is planned to leave Albany be- nlnfi- I ml nnt Tho nmni i.,.mi..,i a" Petitions at hand by Tuesday , tween 3 n. m. and 4:30 r m ' I I I 1 .1 , tho fni-linfi u finlirulu iium ............. us In a meet that will show wh:iL Call money of 1 per cent. Foreign exchange steady. Cotton 2 higher to 5 lower, hubber 6 to 8 points higher. Silver bars in New York 45 cents, unchanged, Several of the grandstand chances the Bulldogs' have to critics louna fault with the start- i'wnJ tnc'r ,riYals ,he annual ing crouch of Chink Wallcmler, , Mu- ,.f01sitlvltlcs hcre F' iday. ciack Texan sprinter...... Said he L ,CT)u,n. 'v0 s,cores K.'vcs ll,c wun a Dack roll and came up with the only head-lock of the match. The first bout was slower, and filled with ull the horse-play that villainous matmcn . indulge in. Wolfgang and the Masked Marvel inuugii me meeting tiiere will noi Mrs. Edwin Zehner, recent bride has rserved his"state as national afternoon, of the Talbot district, was hon- ,,mmitiorr,nr, f- on To be held until 8 o'clock. hVllllllltvvklliUII 1U1 U JLRia. itt I ored with a bridul shower at the GETS BOBCAT BOUNTIES years of which as first-vice chair- ' Stocks grange hall Saturday afternoon. , ,., ...' ' H. C. Kennev of Philomath ves- placed entirely too much weight i . h "'alim"en as ootn , on iim hands. . . . . .Hut they couul- ''"h w u,'temf ""J. ,Salem N hey couul- ,,,,h i, i.,,. o. new yoik, April 25. Price; Democrat-Herald Want Adi Rrintf Result. ',he GaCS Were arr"ncdby Ml?: E- liams campaign is in tlie hands of tcrdav eollectcd $4 in bounties tho J. Freeman and Mrs. George Mar- lhe YoUnHer Rem.hllei.nQ nf Tw. " lwn b"bcilt Ps. " iiiiu anytlnng wrong with a n, ,,i i, ' "a" Ju'1"1 rirmcd in light turnover on U tlU fllllv toil in lllth hmm mn with nrizes awarrieri In Miss "y.,"'."-a"? stock exchange in the short ses- latt, 1!:..?.?,' y",l8Sle'' "UWld M.iU 1 A is on hand for Al- ton nth.-r mnrkMn Un ii. nu07 j vr t r r... ... Bon. 'ne committee in cnarge be sion today. ricweilen. who ran nnchnr tnr ,u nackley school . the prepaiato,; day .hey engage in L track Zet" Wer duU wlth bonds n,ixed a Mrs' Z was presented many KaTta Kita school mite relay and turned the UZ Tuesday8 oSrneJ ' aglnn o Cor- ,rS,Wfl,BC and' At the tea hour re- """p,3 ? itchn2 quar.er in jus a shade under 49 vallis for a diamond contest. Their "some Lina was Generated by 'ir'JlT0 ' 1i,nd Edith forsythe, Portland, scd -ut. . . 'Inat's not bud for a 17- lone breathing spell of the week ? rotary. were in the bout, and used everything from towels to ropes to closed fists before the marvel finally won with two hammer-locks. After winning he challenged the winner of the main event lor next week's match. Referee Bill Kenna came in for his share of the glory in tho opener, as he swatted both the Marvel and Wolfgang at various points and received like treatment whenever the occasion rose. Wolfgang took the first fall with a body press, but the Marvel swept through the last two. A predomincnt factor in Wil jlui-uiu uoy, wnun you remember comes Wednesday, but Thursday , . that the woilds record lor the dis- they plunge rightack intoThinis Sfance of ''algin "Traders .ui.ee is me 4U.4 mam tin ned in again, meeting the Rooks here in ?'!?i?' , "J f ...? . ' 1 "?"'' Harrisburg j liam's decision to run again, said Harrislmro n.- piamn rrn 1 Bollinger, was a petition bearing IV ..MM yilti,m,.n A- ,.,l,ll EVi...... !.. .1... '"'H'Vi.u llttl.KU dD L j uu.,,u.,, uuiiiiuiua aunu.- "H.i.ii.ii ii.uuT is 1.11: iv.uv-ui.v , operations thatland wife, who also is a doctor, of ' fw"" repuDiicans 'rom all 1.1 uu. uujtuc lily llier, in Iuji Watching meet, Fernbridge, Cal., called here' to parts of Oregon which I might otherwise have developed were restrained by the immin Cooper Wins State Title by Decision see Mrs. Alice Belmont Wednes- 'u'"1 w imams ai, day while on their way to Salem. Cleveland where he is busily en-1 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sherman of aed Perfecting details of the! Jefferson and Clyde Sherman and na'"al convention which will be daughter of Salem were guests of held. J.une- Williams is credited ence of the French elections "tomorrow and the president's speech scheduled for tonight. noin the sidelines was Bill Cair, .he Pciiiisylvauian who established a worlds tuu-niiiur murk in .he 'A2 Olympics . .Carr, who a us badly ou.cK.ed up in an auto-.IH-O.io acciu'iu. is hale and heuriv Dow Jones preliminary closing ,jie with having considerable influence ANGELS SUCCEED TO WIN COLUMN; BEAT SOLONS 6-4 Salem, Ore., April 25. Tiny averages showed industrial 151.94 and Mrs. H. D. Mars first nf .he week ln me selection ot uregon s bena- auin ..o.v, hi .. n insurance man Cooper, 184, Hubbard, took home UP 0.4U. railroad 44.93 up 0.25, i t i uu aga.n n..d s.i.vs the Oreuon hpnvvwrivht rhnmn. utility 30.80 up 0.21. . I The Severson family has moved lr Steiwer as key-note speaker at ' from a house near the Church of . "le coining convention, lie doesn't miss it Likes gold ji.u lei.ius loo well...... ionship belt when he won the do- Volume approximated 540,000 cision over Frank Riggi, 181, shares compared wilh 810,000 God to a farm cast of Harris- EXPECT MORE J SURVEY FUNDS' Brooks, on Inst night's boxing card shares last baturday. Curb sales here. Riggi landed a winning blow were 125.000 shares compared In the seventh, but which Referee wil'1 234,000 shares last Saturday. LEAGUE STANDINGS i di.uK mcvartny ruiea a loin, coop- ; i ji ! er was given ten minutes to recup-, Grain 't (Continued from I'aKv One. Coast League Standings icrate before finishing the ten-. Chicago, April 25. New crop ourg. The Highway garage has installed a new hydraulic lilt to be used in greasing cars. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Bramwell of Corvallis culled at the J. W. Mooic residence the first ol the week. Clarence George left Monday for Portland, where he has laKcu employment. Miss Gertrude Starr Iras re W. Pet. round battle. wheat futures slumped a cent a .731i Eddie Norris 134, SBlem, won Dusnel on the board of trade to. Oakland Mission Seattle The Los Angeles Angels broke into the win column for the first time In almost a week defeating Sacramento, 6-4. The Angels rallied in the seventh and eighth innings to overcome a 4-0 lead held by the Sacs In the sixth. .Oakland flurried Sad Sam Gibson in the eighth inning to push over five runs and grab a B-3 victory over San Francisco's Seals. After two straight losses, Seattle stopped San Diego, 7 to 1, behind pitching of Puul Gregory. The Padres got their lone 'tally in the first inning, when Gregory's throw was wild, in an attempt to catch Myatt at first base. Seattle .577 the decision over Louie Nelson the river within its banks at all times, it was believed. Thirteen dam sues have been drilled and two irrigation projects are under way. Rands said. Dr. E. T. hodge, prolessor of geology at Eugene and Corvallis, day on fears the southwest winter wheat belt drought might be 19 15 1(1 13 12 II) II .ol 133, Portland, In a six round semi .520 final. .500 1 Portland San Francisco Sacramento . . San Diego . . , Los Angeles . turned Horn tne Albany hospital Broken over the week-end. May dipped Vi cent after early firmness on good cash demand. May finished at $1.00-3i," off cent and down cent a bushel .400 .393 .303 and is convalescing at the iiunie . foresaw artesian well, gaj and Rain Halts Play In Tennis, Baseball I Til r ii 11 fill oi Dr. and Mis. L). G. Clark. oil possibilities in the valley. "We know almost nothing of our underground resources, ' he said. "We National League Standings from the earlier high. New crops Ruin stunned linth thn Alhn.w were off 1 cent each from the Brownsville DAWSON DRUG STORE W. I.. Pet 111 Hu floes iinrl the P rales vptir. .yieviuus ciosu una tne mens. tied the score in the same inning. Ncw York The Missions-Portland came rim.i,,.i looking for new farm lands and j ' .V... .-. . ... l tri 4 i i- uu u' . 238 West First Street Phone 42 s:'" ?!y; , m preven cu corn was uncnanged at cent - ; " "' farmers. But you can't make an was rained out. Chicago .nan "i-n B.iine win. mc .uwei, o,.ia weru uiicnuugea io Vfc -j iv industrial enmmunitv nf larmeis .500 R"ks in Corvallis. while the Pir- cent lower and rye was unchanged few davs nerc with her aunt, Mrs. communlly 01 'a'nnis V i tin If Vluiiicrn .455 's were held from a tennis mulch to :!n cent lower Dedicatory Plaque Is Being Prepared Brooklyn .. Philadelphia Pittsburgh . St. Louis . . . Boston Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McConnell ' Rclerring to Bonneville dum. and daughter of Corvallis, former Dr- HodSe said that the great users rnsiHr.ic nf iini.,nc.,iiin ..h., of hydro-olectric power have al- .420 with Willamette university In Sn-.4'.!ll cm. Both contests will be re-.333 scheduled later in the sea.on. Wool Boston, April 25. Quotations on ihn HnHiraiinn nf ..i..,,,,.,. ,.., ways been industries eneaceri in j I he tennis matches were to have ei jMgVI AM The bronze plaque bring pre-, pared by Frank Wood containing i Amrrlrun League Standing been the first nf the season for the IVt. collegians, and their opening date W. Cleveland me name ol tne late .1. K. Wea-therford and to be placed on a Boston . . Rlnlin r,M,,,,rn,.. tn T..I. 1 t. -" u'iiliu 111 i Mii-nt.i f.iniv iy, v,.i, nt the hnsn nf n l .J ... "' k .750 now comes Tuesday against Lin-.03(1 field here. .Klin The tilt was In have been thn .571 Bulldogs fourth of the year. They .500 now stand with two wins and one .417 loss. Chicago 6 7 0 4 4 5 5 3 2 domestic wools were fairly steady . Tuesday evening. I fabricating minerals . ito cnemical during the past week despite very Roy Owens, local managor for "nd metaluigical p.oclucls, and limited demand, the U. S. agricul-' the Union Oil company, is on a said Oregon needed Io develop lure department reported today. vacation. V. O. Brvant is taking an industrial center along the Practically nothing was done on his place. '.Columbia liver. strictly combing Ohio fleeces j Ed Stimwood has returned to! which were ciuoted. as during the Brownsville to make his homc and DISORDER FEARED previous week, at 33-35 cents in js employed in the Sawyer saw Paris, April 25. Premier Albert the grease for fine, at 34-35 cents miu. Sarraut. determined to preserve for ' blood mid at 35-37 cents fori o. L. Unite of Portland sepnt order during parliamentary clcc-as and ili blood grades. A little Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. lions tomorrow, consulted army spot twelve months Texas wool c A. Crabtree. and police authorities today and was removed nt 83-85 cents. I Ml. nd Mrs Darrcll Sawvcr planned to guard all trouble cen-scoured basis. Scattered sales of nri Wnin.Mm- r:.H nnH r v Pm,.. i..r honuii,. Detroit Washington . Washington . Philadelphia. St. Louis . . . Mr. Weatherford Is now at Wood's monument works and will be in readiness in due time. The inscription to he dedicated reads as follows: "This tree was planted on Arbor Dav, 1H!)3 in honor nf J. K. Weatherford, 50 years a school director bv the .417 I .333 '. TODAY IS LAST CHANCE! CONTINUOUS SHOWS FROM 2 P. M. Holsey Nino Wins Over Harrisburg TYPISTS TO COM PETE Albany hidi school is to be rep r,h?0lL0- Albany and the Garden resented at O. S. C. tomorrow af-I llatscy. (Special) The local small volume for piecing out pur- Club. This tablet dedicated ternnon in the state high school high school boys baseball team poses were closed in graded territory wools at prices within ranges May first 1038.' typing contest. stepped up a notch in their stand- "OUT OUI? WAY" Hv WILLIAM? U--M-4-U-ULL , H .1 ). I'LL BET ATUOU5AM' V ALL CIC.WT, ODUNVME, cnPTOin. il i. - r I BOCKS t KWOW WHAT 1 1iX VE e-.V (looted during the previous week. FKKIC11IT INCREASES Washington, April 25. The Association of American Railroads announced today that the loadings of revenue freight for the week ended April 18 totaled 642.857 cars, 20.513 above last week and 35.-516 above the corresponding week in 1!35. BULL Cl ii-t WOOP5 i- -a no TM1 WMDERkiARTEM NOW TELL TM CLA'SS All Summer iioui nouno TRIP TRRIR FnRES EnST Daily may 1 5 Octobw 1 5 Prom Portland Standard Tourist Coich Chicago .. $86.00 $68.80 $57.35 NewVork . 124.40 107.20 95.75 Boston... 131.48 114.28 102.83 Cincinnati. 97.00 80.70 69.85 to SAVIM' TO TW OL VVATCMNVV1 ME'5 3AVIM', ' MOW DID TMAT SALE5 NM W WITH tIT IM MERE r1 AM TH1 m i m II... .GUY KIBBEE VN'ATC WNAAN li fbAYIKl', . WATCWNAAN li SAYIN', MOW TM' SALEVWsl COT IM, AMP VOU SHOULD GET A DEGREE OF NVV5TER OP SCIENCE AN' ARTS. VALE, . M.ACVARD AkJD V OTMER-5 J "WOW PO I tsNOW'? HONOR ROLL ISSl'EI) Harrisburg. ( Special 1 Report cards given out by the local high school show the following names on the honor rolls: super honor roll, Eugene Brown. Reva Smith, Ethel May Murphy, Marion Robinson. Martha Hawkins, Ixirenc Marguth: honor roll, Lola Rings-dorf. Wilda Shaw, Stanley Lutz, Ann Cersovski, Martha Cook. 69.65 48.00 48.00 67.60 94.20 Detroit... 98.30 81.10 Kansas City 72.00 57.60 Minneapolis 72.00 57.60 New Orleans 101.40 81.15 Philadelphia 122.85 105.65 St.Louis.. 81.50 65.20 Washington 120.75 103.55 SUNDAY-MONDAY DOUBLE BILL 54.35 b to 92.10 THE MERRIMENT COMES OUT HERE! Harm Dlf UMAV LOU 91Je A pUmtt and coa'ort- We pie in Vvr.cK to Ikc. 'Portland (' Rochelle HUDSON Pioportional reductions to many others points Rnutn limit October SI. Return limit 45 daya with loncer limit at slightly higher fates; none beyond October It. Standard tickets honored in all clats of equipment; toufiit tickets in new type tourist steeping cars where available, and coaches: coach tickets in coaches only : east of Chicaro, St. Louie, etc., all tickets honored in any equipment. Sleeping car charges aie additional. Choice of Routes and Stopovers in Each Direction Creator Comfort, Economy, Pleasure, In Train Travel New deluxe Coaches, lateit Tourist and Standard Sleeping Cars, finest Dining Cars, with low priced meals. Ob-servation-Club-Lounge Can. Sleeping car charges reduced. MOTEL rtwcir tinr v mm No. 2 IdHlly locAlrd. FtftfcntK Avtnuc t Vaihitl, uit two Binutri drive trom 8rMw4y. Modern nd HffivooJ. Quttt tv'Txvri njt. Lwtllcnt dtnlnf All tickets honored on these famous trains wtthsiinsfjward tenf ! A with mvm- ard nf ! i WALTER p' O 9 o FOI.t.Y AIR. C0ND1T1ONRD to CHICAGO Via SPOKANE nJ ST. PAUL, Ewopn PUn Bom, V..'K b4th. 1 noon, ttf ivJ uo. iro pertoni. $ ) NORTH COAST LIMITED EMPIRE BUILDER Via Great No.thie Via Northern Pacific Ry. Hit No. 1 Many fare shown above are the same, or slightly hither liom your hime station. For detail, comult Southern Pacific Agent, or write R H Croiier. General Passenger Agent, S.P. A S. Railway, Portland, Oregon, .mtrlcn Pln ? f Dcnorw, U N- t Amti Room SPOKANE. PORTLAND tr SEATTLE RY. GRANADA SUN DA Y M ONDAY "Cellies ofo Dew Metf-kewg)' lri,rd Arlen t. A FtWf NWiwtti

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