Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on April 23, 1936 · 2
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Thursday, April 23, 1936
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PAGE TWO THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1936 . y THE ALBANY D E M 0 C R'A T- H E R A L D, ALBANY,. OREGON from filtering it and imperil-' calcublo odds in the depths of the thi m elves. Almost every- mine, '- - 'Albany are the parent of a THIDcatty,. Corvallis. district deputy (pound son born Saturday at the grand master, paid an of ficial visit I Emmanuel hrepltal in Portland, to St. Johns Lodge No. 17, A. F. & ;Thc baby wsS 'hamed Altred A. M., Tuesday night. Other dis- TCyCLSULOtl kJXIW Scliilling NOTICE TO CITY SlinSCRlBCIUS It your paper La not been delivered by your Albany car rier by 6:00 o'clock call li. M. Bohrboufh. Phone T18-Y and a copy will be delivered by special currier. Report all other complaint to the office, Phone 15 The Albany , pcmocrat-LJcraJd 1 james. ine oaoys gainer ir em- tinguisnca gusts were Stoweii ; ployed In the accounting dep.irt- Dawson, Albany, grand master of Flattering Frock Helps Ten Make merit of the Mountain States Pow- the grtnd cour.-ll of R. & S. M. o; the Most of LthiBre Momeata i ui.pny. ' ' l.'.i, and Bruce Stuart, Cor- Pattern 2770 ' " j vsllis, deputy grand master. Too Late to Classify t'lil-Sififj JUVl . l ;UI. til fcaii'days m?t be" tn the of lie .ion- V i 111. tii te run on the j.-isificd page. ! Advet'tijoments h.4.'.ii ih'.wii 1) . !) and II a. I. ll.Jllil ul'I'.'Ul HI t tujuiii.i. The ll.U el.i.ilied .id IIIJiLH ()uDe ll L. tuUllJ .1 liC.M 10 Iuji pue 111 touo' .aper. , . ' runt I VAX ILLY tiling -movable . was snatched by the hundreds of sichtseers who de.cvnded on this little community. Lntor a dvnamite charge will be 5et off in the Reynolds fhaft to close it permanently. Hour bv hour the settlement of 13 houses done by the mine returned nearer to its usual-peaceful ways. The little lake near by. which was dotted for days with airplanes tliat brought newsmen and photographers from distant citicr, was almost clear auin. But Naw Jersey People Here' The meeting was opened tit 5:30 Frank harper and wife of Wcal-'tv i.ii uurnmg. uuishrul mas- Ur ot Si. Johns lodge, and Uie lu.t icctioti of the thud degsee was It's bound to be the Pride of Your Wardrobe this dashing young frock with every detail and line pTanncd to flatter. Any clever girl can run It up in a few leisure hours. The cost will prove trifling, and the results will tiitlnguish you in any circle! Aren't you already conferred on Rice Ashton. J. W. ucia, new a-ciscy, twppca in Albany and visited at the Democrat-Herald office on their way to Portland. The Harpers have just recently sold their newspaper at Westfield. Davidson of Junction City acted as woistupxul master lor the cunfer K3B ring of the degree.' A banctue was Frozen or baked the villagers never will forget the convinced that bcrufled capelcts . served by the ladies Of the Eastern much fooler than : to Hoiiywooo much cooler than . will be ever so 10-day struggle afiainst death that: he flavpr 'Jasts whs curried orward nKalnst in-1 a - ; '-- . . TIIK WE.iTIIKK Mrs. S. W. A. Blackburn is Star at 6:30 and following this the io.;de reconvened for the regular Oregon and Washington: Cloudy butitic.i meeting and the second tonight and Fnilny, with occasion Lectitn of the degree. ' a , r al liht rain In west portion; no sleeves on a Summer's duy? That circular, off-shoulder, yoke is Just about the last word in flattery, while the shirred bodice point i (done by machine or hand) is such I an easy and decorative touch, you 1 leaving Friday morning for her home tn Hollywood, after a three week's visit here with Mrs. Helen Mason who - has been hi a local hospital. '' ' An additional leature of the evening' was th presentation to change In ternprrature; gentle southerly wind On the coast. Maximum Walter Stuart,-jrn of the citation UStB CABS YOU CAai Bt Y ' WITH CONFIDENCE 11I2S Ford toach HiooiKjitloo.d and in perfect haiM. llcn't car 'that will a-ive aood wrvicc at a. price that will kII. Cam and a It. 1IS Chevrolet Coupe It yua want a coup, grasp thi opixirtunlly of a lifttinvi. You'll b proud ot ll apptarancr and iht. funnann. And at (hia low -price jrou ran pay for many months' operating coat with the aaoins. Reduced for quick sale, IM1 Ford. Victoria BVdaa-JiMt traded in w 1 new Chevrolet Six, and in excellent condition. Body and uphoUtery jiut like . new. For aale "with an OK that counti" 10 the flrat lucky buyer at a very low price. We have many cheap can such as Pon-tiaca. Fords, Chevroleta. fiuicks. 8tude bakers, etc.. that yoa can buy for very litUe aioaey, . Opeo Sunday for your Convenience. Used Car Corner' ALBANY Al'TO COMPANY ...III tiA AA',n. I and Insignia of a ' representative temperature yesterday locally 63 degree. Minimum temperature last night 49 degree. River 5 fee). cjr m v : lXMolay in recognition of his a L - Mil r I 1 If I hr.'"SfrePe:,.. I Bond returned yesterday from eight yeai't work in connection with the order, the latt two of r. N. O. Club to Meet 12 14 16 li 20 SO 32 M M It h" W hd to !?' ' zo-30- 3fl- tend the 22nd annual meetlntf to tend the 22nd annual meeting tof which he has been an advisor of 1 The Past Noble Grand club it to 40 and 42. Size 16 takes 3 yards Takena chapter'. The presentation! meet Friday night at 8 o clock In the Columbia River district Tuesday and Wednesday at the Cal the I. O. O. F. hall. A number of was made by Mr. Beatty, the dep 38 inch fabric, illustrated step-by-step sewing- Instruction included special features art planned. vary Baptist church. ' uty state 'advisor, o behalf ef Dr. W. J. Kerr, member of the grand council of DeMolay. wun rurn puuem. 1 . . . 4 Send FIrTEEN CENTS (15c) In! A Albany General -t coins or stamps (coins preferred) i - Mrs. Howard Parsons of Albanv April 24, 25, 26, 27 For Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, 2nd 4 Ellsworth J4U. l'hone 2U0 KtrtSv Ave,!;'.- underwent a major operation this Scouts Will Sponsor From Klamath Falls " Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shoots of Klamath Falls arrived in Albany yesterday to. spend, the summer. Jvlr. Shoots is a baseball player and was in Albany last summer as a player; . ' a23-2S-8 WriV-Vi. iT - aa J! morning at the Albany General 'Colling Don Mathews' ...... r.-..,v w.k, iuuich "u hncntal and Minn RimiM riler style number. BE SURE TO TRADE IN YOUR OLD TIUEH FOR NEW McClaren DiLune Tires. Special trade In deal. Tedlock k Forster. 1st k Jackson SU. . .23.2S STATE SIZE. ' ' Be sure to order OUR SPRING PATTERN BOOK for smart new Thes" PREFERRED STOCK Canned Foods Specials will enable you to both trim the corners of your food budir;t and enjoy the quality of one of the nation's finest brands .on your table. Be sure to stock up at these low prices! - f ; f , ; , L PREFERRED STOCK T Paint caotnes wot u ill you and your needs to a T'l Gay, ' practical USED TIRES WE HAVE SEVERAL .wood S50-1" used tires and tubes; also other sisrs at very reamnable prices. Ted- Dent Stewart, M. O. Wilkinson, Arch Llndley and Clyde Govro of the Sarrtism Fish and Game association were in Lebanon last eve nlng to paint the new boats which are be taken to Clear Lake in the near future. lock A Forster, 1st k Jackson 8U. l'hone 374. B33-25-S also underwent a major operation at the same hospital this morning. ' ' - ' ' "' Play Presented ' .'' Llnfleld- college students presented a four-act pufy written and directed by Mrs. Elam Anderson, wife of the president of the college last' Sunday at the Baptist church. Th 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 WANTED TO MEET THOSE INTER. strd ia Unity and New Thought. Call I1M. - irocu 10 enter you at work. Lovely party frocks and sports clothes to flatter you at play. Collars, blouses, skirts for multiplying costumes. Chic slenderizing style. Patterns for tots. Fabric and accessory news. PRICE OF BOOK FIFTEEN CENTS. BOOK AND A PATTERN TOGETHER, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Address orders to Democrat- "The Calling of Dan Matthews" by Harold Bell Wright is being sponsored by Kiwanis Boy Scout Troop 22 at the Granada theater on Sunday and Monday, April 2(i and 27. The proceeds of this show will , 0 towards erecting an addition 10 their scout cabin in Bryant park. Richard Arlen 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 Retara From Portland Miss Olga Jackson and Mrs Glenn L. Jackson and little daugh PREFERRED STOCK SPEEDER FINED Earl James Knutson, 39, of 201 Stevens building, . Portland, was t J ) ter, Cynthia Lee, of Medford returned last evening from Portland 2 No. ,303 OC-cans ' Jmmd ' Fancy: w , Garden Sweet arrested Tuesday by Officer G. where they had been for the day. W. McBride:for speeding, and fined $10 in the city, court by Magistrate ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. DANCE, MOOSE HALL, ALBANY ' Sat. Nlte, April 25. Slegmunds Van Tassel that afternoon. a candidate for nomination asiitor this forenoon. Mr. Blackburn state representative on the repub-ils a former resident of Albany, lican ticket from Multnomah! ... county. j Returns From Cosat , A. Pearson, and other relatives. Mr. Pearson is associated in Panama with the firm of Westman Bros., C. P. Accountants, and has Orchestra playing. One nlte only. ' . a23-25 ous Kiwanis members of Albany. PREFERRED STOCK Salad Dressing PREFERRED STOCK RESCUED MEN'S CONDITION FAIR nt... . , -" nnuiIIIUJU I etui IICU 1U1 Jersey tlub Meeting levenine from a fi.hin. rhi In ,nm John Simon Lamar, spent 11 years in tae tropics. Now, Members of the Linn-Benton of th mi 81, Dies Wednesday jersey came ciud are to meet next ; while on his vacation he l making a study of business conditions on the Pacific ooast ' " ' ' (Continoed from Pag Onei Return 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-t-f - ... .. -. Saturday afternoon at the Albany 1 On Fishing Trip" chamber of commerce office toj Georae Snvdcr and Russell 25 c Pound Glass ' Johrt Simon Lamar, 81, a resi-'or other ailments time to develop, dent of the state for 50 years, died ' Dr- Gallic said Dr. Robertson's in theAlbany 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. a i Corvallla this vnr "f " uuw "w louay uorvauis tnis year, Dv boat for 1rm t a A h , Candidate for Let UljUorv , CARD Or TIIANKS We wish to express our sincere gratitude to our many friends for the kindness and sympathy cx- tanrforl to ua in nnr rVrnt snrrnu.' Visiter In Albsuky - Wilt. H. Ross of Portland, a well known real estate dealer and a former resident of Linn county, Is was born in New York state March vvho for days had waited anxiou's- Locating Is Albany K. C. Graber and family Mrs. E. P. Miller of Sweet Home ' and for the many lovely flowers! 855- and spent his early life in ly at the mine head for the joy- North Dakota have arrived in Al was among the guests spending last night ut a local hotel. , FREE! Package Kellogg's Pep with 2, Kellogg Corn Flakes I a ft 1 bit.-ana airs. r. a. Aiiara - -i-- "v" r-; and Family. - 023p USE CHINESE HERBS WHEN OTHERS FAIL bany to make their home. They have located in a residence near the Old Cameron saw mill. Taken to Ilmrplta and i Wheat Nrispies going wj uaiuomia ana auring ihkih. the gold rush to Alaska where he Robertson's stamina was con-was associated with the late D. B. sidered the more remarkable be-Montieth and with others returned cause he is 53 years old, the eldest Mr. Monteith's body to Albany, of the three men who were trapped Mr. Lamar was a wood worker of by a cave-in while they were in- Mrs.. Frank Bolcy. a resident of 1PEP I Bare-- Pa3J J WHS AT TODAY'S STOCK, West Albany, was taken yesterday Frwro Vancouver I to the Albany General hospital for C. D. Davis ot Vancouver. Wash.. GRAIN MARKETS J treatment. 29c ALL FOR Charlie Chan Chinese Herbs Remedies are non-poisonous, their healing virtue has been tested hundreds of years in following chronic a former piano tuner ot Albany, has arrived here to visit old time friends. II COM II RAKES H I "7 I Breaks Collar Bono- wioe experience and naa worked first for the Albany fruit nurseries, Albany street railway company, Sears planing mill, Dowd Brothers MARKETS AT A GLANCE - (By United Preaa) a-v aSsat'sasaA Aas If-r r9 thai tiaa' 42c val value , shocks experienced one door factory and the Albany fur Stocks experienced one ofijhe ' Mrs. Alice Carter, the aged mother of Mrs. U. . Lee, sustained a broken collar bone as a result of a fall on the stair steps at the Visitor In 'Albany-George Peck horn rom Medford specting the mine on Easter Sunday. Scaddlng's Feet Infected Seadding, whose feet became swollen and infected during the days of stumbling- around in' the rock and wading through cold water, is 44. , . Herman R. Magill, Toronto lawyer, and co-owner of the mine iiiuot bvuic vivnna ut it ic jcati niture factory. He retired from ac- Bonds: Domestic corporation arc tive work in 1928. hm. nf har rfu.iuMor Iho r w '"" HIT DUSinFSS VISIlOrS this week: "d'n J" "" n Albany. PREFERRED STOCK sbarply lower; U. S. government He was married to Mrs. Mary irregular; Italian issues ease. Harris of Albany, April 16, 1895. Curb tractions to 2 points low- Surviving him are two stepsons, er; active. ' . , Fred Harris, with whom he had Buya Farm saw seiain acmuveo L. Compton of Route No. i, underwent an operation for the removal of his tonsils yesterday at with Robertson, was only 30. He O. E. Thornton of the Halsey Fancy Sliced leefcs 2 in.2 29c Chicago stocks lower, ,fairly ac-'made his home in recent years and dicd in the mine tnrce dHVS beforc tive. Frank Harris of Spokane, Wash. ' , h ..ih huvmw imn it neighborhood has bought the 80 acre farm of YV. R. Tibbetts in the Ithe Bridgwater hospital. Mr.: Lamar was a member of the ailments. . 8. B. Feng Throat, sinusitis, catarrh, ears, lungs, asthma, chronic cough, stomach,, gall stones; colitis, constipation, diabetes, kidnays, bladder, heart, nerves; neuralgia, rheumatism, t high blood pressure, gland, skin sores, male, female, children disorders S. B. Fong, 8 jrenri 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. PREFERRED STOCK Granger neighborhood, He is moving his family on the place to make a homo. The aale was made by Tripp and Murphy of Albany. Call money of 1 per cent all day. r'oreign exchange firm. Cotton up about 25 cents a bale. Rubber 1 to S points lower. Silver in New York 45 Vt cents, off - iVomen of Moose The Women of Ote Moose are to meet tomorrow evening at 8 p.m. at the Moose temple, members announced. reportedly 01 pneumonia. An inquest was arranged today to determine the exact cause of death. ' Mine' officials were forced - to board -up- the -entrance to the treacherous R e y n o 1 d S -shaft, through which the rescue was made, to prevent souvenir-hunt- Thread ECrayf: BOc Fancy Silver Large can Congregational church, the I. O. O. F. and W. O. W. lodges and known as a worthy citizen. Funeral ser-vicees will be held from the Fort-miller funeral home at two o'clock Friday afternoon. ' Rev. J. B. Patterson, pastor of the United Presbyterian thurch, is to officiate. Interment will be in the Riverside cemetery. Baslarva Visitor -. . W. R. Blackburn, superintend' ent of the Corvallis logging com-puny, wh an Albany btmncse vis- Sea Born Mr,' and Mrs. Alfred Trimble of Stocks- ' York, April 23. Fright- ; OUR 025,000 STOCK-REDUCING Townsend Films To Be Exhibited 1 enea iraaers aumpea ineir noia-rings on the stock market today, j Prices crashed in one of the wid- est declines of the year, and trad-I ing for a time was so heavy that I tickers were six minutes late; 1 Fancy home-grown Radishes and Green Onions, ...... . 3 bunches 10c New Potatoes, Shafter whites, 3 lbs.- 1 5c Fancy Green Peas, 2 lbs. , 15c Sunkist Oranges, 252's, dozen . . . . A'Zld Circulars are being distributed Railroad' shares dropped to the 1 lowest levels since January 27, U AS THE ir . 1 I while-industrial and utility issues were at new lows since March 13. Dow Jones preliminary closing 'averages showed industrial 151.10 off 3.82, railroad 44.80 off 1.82, SPRING SPORTS COATS J-wokld -Jl TTV -fl utility 30.60 off .96. E'S. Volume approximated 2,060,000 shares compared with 1,200,000 shares yesterday. Curb sales were in Albany announcing the presentation ot exclusive motion picture reels of Dr. Francis E. Townsend and his plans of work in promoting the Townsend pension plan. A complete two hours entertainment ot motion pictures is to be presented with the personal appearance of Charles . 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 Mcpowell , hall Tuesday evening, April 28 at 8 o'clock A small admittance charge U to be made. IG. GROCERS hkmiHlA i ur 0wn F 461,000 shares compared with 287,' Delivery Telephone 43 and .44 000 yesterday. i E ' 1ST V & II If 7 Chesterfields, swaggers, and, reliable classics .... all are here . . . . and all will be just as smart next year as they are right now ! Broken sizes and colors. mm harr Y'S MARKET $7.77 $9.77 $12.77 $14-77 Grain Chicago, April 23. Prospect for further unsettled weather over the 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 ll cents a bushel, but were pared slightly near Ihe close.' At the finish May was off cent net, July down tls cents net and September off 1 cent net. Com was unchanged to S cents lower, early gains being erased after May rose to a new seasonal high. Oats closed "4 to cent lower and rye was off a to cent a bushel. Dallas Man Dies When House Slips . Dallas. Ore. April 23. Cornelius Fast was instantly killed near here Wednesday when a SELLS FOR LESS flff-l, y I I I Phone 104 Free Deli vary house he was movinu slipped off a brace and crushed him. Fast had jacked up . the house 1 and supported it with a . hollow BEEF ROAST Tender and good cjua'ily Ik tile which failed to stand the strain. NOW PLAYING V PLANTS STOLEN Theft of five Azalea plants from Dressy - - Tailored SUITS MATINEE DAILY, 2P.M the rear -of 4ho Waiker Floral Co. SHORT RIOStib. Lan and meaty 4 store . soment'rutf ,Jasl .hiuht was Us reported to" the polite tation tn- mm day. . ggtJJ fmm mm FRESH BACKBONES lb. g I ots of meat on these , . II) IHEIiiKSfeiglWdDl1 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 averaite to good lensth staple were sold at 83-5 cents, scoured basis. Twelve months wool that har not yet arri-ed tn Boston were reported to have been offered at S0-S2 cents, scoured basis, delivered east. Some interest has been received in 4 blood combing territory woiite. Average, or French combing length, new clip. 4 blood territory , wools has been old at 81-aJ cents, scoured basis. Owners of old clip strictly combing li blood territory wools were holding for around 85 cents, scoured basis, i Many of these suits have extra short topcoats that you can wear all Summer lonjr. If you waited you certainly are going to get your suit for a sonn, for many ot these were originally priced as high as twice this! Kroken sizes ami colors. $0.77 to $12.77 Bach Bacon lb. Lean, Sugar ured 02 fell $16,77 a aj 1 r TILLAMOOK BRICK CHEESE 2 POUND LOAF 49c , POUND FRI'SH 25 c at --- ' f I - - jar VWl W . aaaa- A Grand Master Pays Official Visit Here DEEP SEA CRABS 1 .'." f'J Q maoQiDiiiSi 1 st and BroafJalBiivSts. Albany, Ore. EACH -U .Tl"?' ' 1 i We have 193 6 Plymouth R sal? this week. H, Wayne Stsnard. McMinvtll. most worshipful rand master of the grand lodge ot A. F. Sc A. M. Oregon, accompanied by E. B.

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