Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on May 9, 1936 · 1
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon · 1

Publication:
Location:
Albany, Oregon
Issue Date:
Saturday, May 9, 1936
Page:
1
Start Free Trial
Cancel

TWO SECTIONS TODAY FULL LEASED WIRE r.Hrf Tnm Bar-rice .,Co"It5l Ntlw tl tad World Nfw. iht dir It PPa. Senlng U Llna Cowl. 16 PAGES SECTION 1 The Albany Democrat 'old, Vol. LXIX, No. 257 The Albany Herald, Vol. LX1 No. 247 ALBANY, LINN COUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1936 STRIKE PINCHES PER CENT OF 25 PORTLAND MILLS PWA STAFF FIRED Tornado, Rains, Snowstorm And Flood Threat Descend Log Supply Dwindles as I ekes Issues Order When JUSTICE nr EMIT NIL , Id KILLED 601 W II TANGENT AND CUP WINNERS THREE BRIDGES ON COAST IV! GARRY TRAFFIC On Southwest Rockies Area Construction Funds Are Exhausted FEDERAL FEB ter of the area that had been rav aged by dust storms, failed to benefit from the heavy rains that extended into - the Kansas and Washington, May 9. Public Works Administrator Harold L. Ickes, without funds to continue his PWA construction program, today ordered an immediate 25 per cent slash in administrative Loggers Seek for Pay Boost Portland, Ore., May 9. Portland sawmills today started feeling the effect of a shut-down of five Columbia river logging camps last Monday due to a wage dispute. The night shift at West Oregon Lumber Co. was laid off as the log supply dwindled. Portland Lumber Co. reported a 10-day supply of logs in sight and officials predicted that the strike, Oklahoma areas. : Jury Urges Life Sentence Community Music Event Afsea Span Is Dedicated Farmers in the wheat belt said Be Pronounced for Convicted Man Kansas City, Mo., May 9. A tornado, heavy rains, flood threats and a snowstorm, brought benefits and damage to the southwest and Rocky Mountain region in the past 24 hours. Farmers in Kansas, Colorado, Oklahoma, Nebraska and Texas were elated by the gest general rains this spring that gave them hopes of producing good crops. A blizzard lashed southern Colorado and northern New Mexico, blan keting some sections with a 15-inch snowfall. -5 personnel. the moisture was too late to be of much aid in producing a bumper wheat crop, but they expected to Attracts Crowd at Armory With Ceremones at Waldport Prisoner Pleads Guilty After 36 Hours of Grilling REFUSES ATTORNEY. Officials estimated 2,000 work ers ranging from engineers and lawyer to federal file clerk would offset this loss by planting add! tional row crops. HIGHERUfS SOUGHT CHOIR EVENT IS SET COOS BAY OPENED be discharged.' Garden "City, Kans., farmers were jubilant after that section had received the best soaking in if continued, would "tie up the lckes has a staff of some 8,000 workers, 3,000 in PWA headquarters here and 5,000 in state PWA Methodist Church to Be Martin Says Structures 20 months. Rainfall since Sunday A tornado ripped through the! totaled 2.17 inches. It was the Bain Would Find Parties Who Provided Cash for Murder . village of Hanna. Okla- and inr heaviest fall in any entire month offices throughout the country. Ickes ordered the cut in view Scene of Concert Sunday at 3 to Be Real Assets for Oregon jured more than a score of person i since August, 1933; whole river. The Eastern and Western mill was pinched for logs and apprehensive that a shut-down might be necessary next week. Inman-Poulsen mill had about five days rupply, and Jones Lumber Co. a few days more that that. , The strike resulted after the dis of the uncertainty of available six seriously. Damage was eslit mated at more than $75,000. Communication facilities wert The worst, dust storm of the year was raging in the Garden City section when the rain began fall Long-Hunted Snatcher Is Meek as He Faces Long Term Tacoma. Wash., May 9. Oiw hour after he pleaded guilyt to kidnaping George Weyerhaeuser, William Mahan was taken to McNeil Island federal prison under heavy guard to start serving 60 years for his crime. Knlnm Cira ' Maw O TWma nf Tangent and Riverside talent was adjudged best appearing at ing. the five $5,000,000 coast highway the Albany armory last nicht on disrupted, traffic was halted anil streams neared flood stage as a result of the blizzard in Colorado and New Mexico. The Arkansas Crop conditions in the Smith Center, Kans., area were reported tne occasion of the grange and onages were open to trarric today as the state highway commission proudly neared completion of its ereatest nrncram nf hririun mn. community night feature of MVi- trict council of the Sawmill and Timber Workers union last Sunday rejected an offer by logging operators to raise pay five cents an hour. The union reportedly wants greatly improved and chances were bright for a normal wheat river in Colorado was running sic week observance here. funds for continuance of the public works administration. In addition to his PWA force, lckes has about 2,000 employes in the slum-clearance and low-rent housing division. Officials said the employment cuts would apply to them- unless they are transferred to a U. S. housing authority established by the pending $976,000,000 Wagner housing bill. The measure has not been approved yet by either the crop. struction in its 20 years of bank full and had washed out at least one bridge. . control of hiring halls. Tangent won by default, inasmuch as it was the only competitor in the class reserved for towns. Heavy rain accompanied the tornaojb" "that "struck Hanna. The Workmen began the task of Mrs. Charles H. Martin. Oregon's opening roads and repairing tele iwisterrtrt a iwo-diock wiae, lour "first lady," was to break a bottle graph and telephone lines in the while Riverside and Kingston placed lirst and second respectively in community competition. or Alsea bay water over a nvlon block long swath through the town, disrupting electric and tele area around Trinidad, Colo., and Raton, N. M, where 15 inches of Portland, Ore., May 9. A jury in circuit court today found Jack Bernard Justice, former Seattle and Portland bootlegger, guilty of murder in the first degree, with a . recommendation for life imprisonment, for the "hired slaying" of W. Frank Akin former investigator for the state of Oregon. The jury received the case at 11 a. m. Thursday. Justice took the verdict calmly and smiled as he was led back to jail by bailiffs. Akin was shot in his apartment here Nov. 20, 1933, shortly after he had acted as an investigator for former Governor J. L. Meier in a sensational investigation into affairs of the Port of Portland. Seek Hlg-her-rps For many months police sus senate or the house. Judges of the event were Mrs. of the Waldport span this afternoon to dedicate it as a link in the 400-mile coast highway. phone service temporarily. Low-lying sections of Hanna snow had fallen. CHANGES DUE FOR W BILL The reduction of personnel will apply to all PWA offices here and The Colorado "dust bowl" re and the principal highway were The more than a mile long Coos over the country. . H. L. Cheeseman, representing Riverside; Clem Crane, representing Kingston; Tom Jackson, representing Lake Creek and Mrs. Pierce Jcnks, representing Tan ceived its best soaking in six months. Amarillo, Tex., in the cen flooded when Mill Creek at the edge of town overflowed. Bay bridge was to be opened at 3 p. m., but will not be formally dedicated until the first week-end gent. in June. Tacoma, Wash., May 9. William Mahan, for a short time "public eenmy No. 1" today pleaded guilty to charges of extortion and kidnaping in connection with the kidnaping, a year ago, of George Hunt Weyerhaeuser, 9-year old scion of a northwest lumber fam ily. Mahan spoke in a voice scarcely audible. Without wasting a moment. Fed eral Judge E. E. Cushman sentenced the man who had eluded federal, state and city police for a year to serve 60 years in prison on each of the two counts, the sentences to run concurrently. Family Net Present None of the Weyerhaeuser family was among the 150 spectators in the court room. Members of the family would make no comment Hindenburg Completes Long The Siuslaw river bridge was Washington, May 9. Insurgent Committee Named The contest took place before an placed in use last month and will be dedicated in two weeks. RELIEF 'It CHANGE WINS Hop to U.S. Under 62 Hours audience of more than 600 persons. Competing also were Lake Creek and Oakville. democrats of the senate finance committee labored today on a compromise designed to change drastically the administration's Bridies Real Asset At Reedsport. the UmDuua river At the conclusion of the program pected his activities in that investigation might have -caused his bridge will be open July 1. and at proposed tax on undistributed a committee was selected to plan Newport, the Yaquina bay struc death but with the "breakino" of . corporate earnings without cntire- By Webb Miller Aboard Airship Hindenburg ture will be completed by Sept. 1. for a similar entertainment in connection with next year's Music the Bremerton mass murders, tly abandoning the fundamental Peggy ancr Larry Paulos of Seattle ; philosophy of the $803,000,000 re- uniy notable not in attendance above Lakehurst, N. J., May 9. With 105 others I reached the Washington, May 9. Congres week observance. This committee venue bill. ace state witnesses in the convie sional supporters of organized la airdrome here today after a flight is composed of Mrs. Loren Ter-hune, Tangent; Mrs. H. L. Cheese- bor hailed the prevailing wage of 61 hours 50 minutes across the at Waldport was C. B. McCullough, who designed the five spans. McCullough is now in Central America on a year's leave of absence as Oregon's bridge engineer. on the Mahan sentence, which, ex clothes for dinner. About the only real thrills for passengers (aside from the realization that we were making an historic trans-Atlantic " flight) were: The millions of twinkling lights of Mannheim and Cologne from 1,000 feet altitude; the last sight of the tip of England at Lands End with green fields, red cliffs and white houses shining in amendment to the $2,364,000,000 The committee uprising against the steeply graduated levy intended to force corporations to divide earnings in taxable divi cept for the recovery of about $80,-000 more of the ransom money, closed the pages of the Weyerhaeu "The completion of these five dends appeared to be steadily Atlantic in the "flying hotel," the super-Zeppelin Hindenburg initialing the first mail, passengers and freight service in history across the North Atlantic. The passengers numbered 50. . tion of Leo Hall for the slaying of six persons at Erlands' Point, also cast the finger of suspicion at Justice and Hall for the Akin slaying. It was the state's theory that Justice, acting for other perosns, hireVi Hall to kill Akin. Larry Paulos testified that Justice had ser case. gathering strength, encouraged fine bridges across the bays and tidal estuaries of the Oregon coast mark a milestone in our progress," the governor said at the Waldport from republican sources by Sen James Couzens' strong denounce the early morning sun; the push The starting point of the flight Mahan was captured in "San Francisco by federal bureau of. investigation operatives Thursday, without a struggle." "' - ' The sentence today cleared up the northwest's worst crime and dedication... . .. - - - . ment of the measure. .Admittedly certain modifies "They should be an inspiration previously ired him to "beat up" Akin. Peeev Paulos. cave testi tions will be made and informal to our children and commend the was in. mid-Europe, 4-81 - mile ling out to open, sea with 3,000 from Lakehurst by the route we miles of ocean and uncertain took. weather ahead of us; a torrential In the past 16 years I have rain squall, flown about 150.000 miles in air- The culminating thrill was the end of courage and farsightedness of their mony tending to trace a gun to conferences this week Justice and Hall in the middle of democratic committee- members ' (PImm Turn to Part Thrat) man, Riverside; O. G. Cnldiron, Lake Creek and Mrs, Elizabeth Truax. Morning Star grange. This committee will act with local committee members. Choirs Will Sing Last night's contest concluded Music week events In Albany excepting for th concert Ute" given by the combined church choirs of Albany at 3 p..m. in the First Methodist church tomorrow. Th choirs are to meet in the church basement at 2:30. From the program published yesterday was omitted mention of the Christian church choir, directed by Linden Launer. This choir will sing "Meditation," by Brhamsj as its contribution to the program. This concert will be followed by a Mothers' Day tea. to be conducted in the Veterans' Memorial hall bv the local American Legion fathers. The Oregon Coast high-Way bridges are a real economic November, 1933, and claimed she opposing the corporate surplus talked to both Hall Justice about lax prooaoiy win aisciose tne ac asset to this state. work-relief deficiency bill today as a forerunner of a federal short-week law. The amendment ordering WPA Administrator Harry . Hopkins to pay prevailing wage rates to approximately 3,000.000 - persons cleared the way in the house for final roll calls and passage of the record peace time appropriation Monday. The only other amendment to the administration measure would prohibit aleins illegally In the United States from going on relief rolls. House leaders predicted the bill would go to the senate In a form acceptable to President Roosevelt. Rep. William P. Connery, chairman of the house labor committee and author of the 30-hour workweek bill, predicted the prevailing wage amendment would result in industry increasing its wage levels. The change in the bill was ac planes in America, Europe, Africa first sight of the American con-and Asia but have never before tinent at 4:12 a. m. (EDT) when encountered such satisfactory air I we sighted on our right a long curacy of Couzens' assertion that "The coast highway is one of the "a large number' are in favor of EIGHT MEETINGS CALLED FOR SOIL SAVING PROGRAM necklace like string of lights the slaying both before and after. District Attorney James Bain announced today the state would immediately go after the "higher ups" who are -believed to have put up the $1200 with which Justice was said to have "hired a killing." greatest scenic roads of America, if indeed this spectacular drive along the wild, rugged coast of Oregon is equalled anywhere on earth. A total of $25,250,000 have now been expended for the build Final arrangements for the eight soil conservation community meet re-writing that proposal. Testimony of the bill was ended after a week of steady criticism. The committee was scheduled to start executive sessions Monday. Chairman Pat Harrison declared a "satisfactory" bill, increasing the present yield by $337,-000,000 as requested by President Roosevelt and retaining the fun ings to be held May II to 19 in ing of the 394 miles of this famous highway." transportation, comparative comfort, freedom from noise and vibrations afforded by the Hindenburg. This was my first experience in a lighter than air craft. ' The only difficulty in the flight was convincing yourself that you were flying the Atlantic. Passengers quickly became blase and comforted themselves within a few hours from the start exactly as though they were on shipboard at sea even to putting their shoes outside cabin doors at night for shines and donning evening miles long the coast of Long Island. At 4:35 a. m. we came over Long Island and cruised along slowly while the passengers gathered in the dining salon for a light breakfast of sliced sausages, tea and coffee. The sleeping millions a thousand feet below seemed not to be aware of our passage. At reduced speed we cruised past the Empire State building which brought exclamations of wonder from Europeans abroad who had never seen New York. clusive have been completed, according to County Agent Floyd Mullen. i STATE OF SIEGE At these meetings farmers in MOTHERS' DAY TO BE OBSERVED IN ALBANY CHURCHES cepted by Chairman James J. Bu RULES SALONIKA TOBACCO STRIKE damentals of the house measure, chanan of the house appropriations i 30 CANDIDATES ARE HEARD AT CHURCH BROTHERHOOD MEET terested will be informed as to the terms of the program and its benefits, if they have not already been instructed, and will sign committee, an administration stal- stalwart, who argued that as Ions Salonica, Greece. May 9. A would be reported in about a week. The committee was sharply divided, with half a dozen democrats dissatisfied with the measure. The republican minority of as prevailing wages were being In keeping with annual Mothers'. Day the various churches of Albany will observe the day to- First Aid Class to Be Formed Monday state of siege was declared today as the tobacco strike which' has resulted in 15 deaths and more than a hundred wounded develop of Mothers' Day belongs to Miss ' live opposition was strengthened Anna Jarvis of Philadelphia. Her F03"? the vigorous manner mother died in May, 1906, and on 1 fn1,wh,ch Couzc"s condemned the bill paia in sucn cities as Mew York due to organized labor pressure "they should be paid everywhere." Connery predicted the amendment would be acccpetd by the senate and written into the new act. The house steamrollered through the relief bill and adjourned to ed into a general strike affecting workers of every kind. as unfair and unreasonable. Groening Succeeds Groening as Prexy Election of officers " was ! held this week at Albany high school with Homer Groening replacing his brother, Victor, as president of the student body. Victor will be graduated from high school this spring. Other officers elected are: Bob The afternoon paper Vradyni published an extra saying that 30 had been killed and 200 wound Memorial Services Organizations of a first aid class at Shedd to provide training opportunity for local residents interested particularly in maintaining the high way first aid station there wilt take place at the Shedd school gymnasium next Monday at 7:30 p. m., Mrs. Ferris White reported today. day but under an agreement to ed in disorders growing out of vote Monday. the strike, Planned for May 24 The regular meeting and perhaps the last tor the season of the local Interchurch Brotherhood was held last evening at the Baptist church. Approximately SO candidates for state and county offices were present and given an opportunity to be heard in two and three minute talks in which each candidate was expected to give his or her views on the moral standards presented by the brotherhood. Rev. Thomas D. Yarnes. pastor ot the Methodist church, explained the relation of the church as an organization and the members as individuals to poli'tcal issues and candidates. He stated that the church as an organization favors Machine guns were placed at Spence, vice-president; Evelyn Civic Groups Get Bids Hear Koehn strategic points throughout this port city of 100,000. Strong detachments of troops, cavalry and tunks patroled the streets. Mrs. White, will conduct the McTimmonds, secretary; Dons the following year at that date a memorial service was held. Before the next anniversary, Miss Jarvis had become a missionary of the plan and had interested a number of prominent citizens with whom she had come in contact during the year. . State after state took up the idea and in 1913 a resolution of congress adopted tho idea. The lirst proclamation by a president of the United States was made in . 1914, requesting the observance of the day. The badse of Mothers' Day is a red carnation for the living mother and a white carnation for the dead. work sheets. No meetings will be held at Tangent and Crabtree or Albany, but farmers residing in those districts will secure their information and sign work sheets at the county agent's office in Albany, Mullen said. The community or district meet-, ings will be attended either by Mullen or O. E. Mikesell, federal emergency assistant. Instructions for filling out work , sheets and explanations of the program have been prepared in mimeograph form by the county agent for distribution at thu meetings. These meetings will be held as follows: Lyons, I. O. O. F. hall. May 11 at 2 p. m.; Sweet Home school gymnasium May 12 at 2 p. m.; Shedd school gymnasium May 13 at 2 p. m.; Harrisburg city hall May 14 at 2 p. m.; Halsey city hall May 15 at 2 p. m.; Scio city hall May 16 at 1:30 p. m : Brownsville city hall May 18 at 8 p. m.; Lebanon city hall May 19 at 8 p.m. : -. Woman Is Slain In Y.W.C.A. Hotel class, which will meet each Mon- Murphy, treasurer; Bonita Hogc-day night. j vail, Marion Marks, Melvin Sten- Preliminary to Monday night's I berg and Blair Warner, yell lead-meetin. first aid team from Al- ! Saylor Dawson was elected Letters inviting mpmhort tho The Albany Ministerial association has voted to hold the annual joint Memorial day services on Sunday morning, May 24, et the First Presbyterian church, it was announced today. Any and all Albany patriotic societies are invited to attend the services on that date, says Dr. Stocker, pastor of the church. Graziani's Army Veteran's Memorial hull Monday night have been sent by Ralph Banton. commander anrf Rainh business manager of the Whirl Reaches Diredawa i bany put on a demonstration at all that is good in the develop ment of citizenship and clean gov. Rome, May 9. The Italian ernment and against all that is wind, high school publication, and Mabel Forster was chosen as subscription manager. Trucker Arrested Without PUC Tog southern army, under commund of Gen. Rodolfo Gra.ianl, has Coleman, secretary of the American Legion post here to the Rotary, Lions and Kiwanis service clubs and chamber of commerce. The occasion will be an address by George Koehn, department commander of the Legion, who will give a talk which the Legionnaires say will be of interest to all business men, as well as to the epnomi Shedd last night, also under direction of Mrs. White. The group included Merle Long, Earl La Fond and Mrs. Grace Wallace, with Raymond Long as the subject. Mrs. White is Linn county Red Cross first aid chairman. . The Shedd first aid station is maintained by the Red Cross. reached Diredawa, mid-control wrong. The meeting was opened by a song service led by Dr. George'J. From the Headlines By Deacon Richmond Wedding Forty Is Wrecked; 2 Killed Kenagy, and prayer by Rev. Elmer point of the Addis Ababa-Djibouti railroad and objective for months of the drive from Italian Somali-land, it was 'reported authoritatively today. Junker. George Richards, president, presided. Candidates or their representatives were present for circuit judge, county judge, county clerk, Paul Sharp was arrested by Slate Officer Winters today for failing to secure a P. U. C. license for a truck which he was allegedly us public. "Sunday Is Mothers' Day" One day each year, by special mention, our mother's called to our attention and we each wear a handsome This, means Italy has reached The meeting is scheduled n her two military goals in Ethi o'clock.- Pavillion Will Get ing for commercial hauling opia Diredawa and Addis Ababa. I rirmu Turn to fttlt Thnrl Naw DAa CL-.w! According to me omcer anarp ew roof inorny had rentPd tne truck (rom a far. Vancouver, Wash., May 9. A , gay wedding party ended today in the death of two persons and the injury of seven in a threeway automobile crash on the Pacific highway just north of Vancouver. The dead were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Paul of Vancouver who were to have been witnesses at the wedding of C. R. Jones, Portland, and Mrs. Alice PauL Portland, in Kelso. i mer and was using it to haul burls TODAY'S SCORES American . n U v Librarian Talks to Camp Fire Bryant ! to Portland from the Scio district The old pavilion In Girls j The truck bore only the farmer AUNT HET BY ROBERT QUILLEN park is in readiness for the new flower to show we think of her that hour; if mother's here carnations red, and white ones, if our mother's dead. It's not enough on that onp'riav tn think Philadelphia 2 4 1 New York 5 8 1 roof which is to be placed as soon 1 Jruc license, emiuing wie owner o ,k .v,i,. kJ h.,..iM ..... ,.,to use the vehicle only in hauling Chicago, May 9. Mrs. Lillian Guild, 55, a widow, was found, slain and possibly criminally as- 1 saultcd today in the Y. W. C. A. hotel. " Mrs. Guild's body was lying nude on the floor of her room, a -blood-soaked pillow over the face. Nearby was a red kimono, also covered with blood. i Members ' of the Odakanya Kciiey, rink and Hayes, Gomez and Dickey. R. H r Campfire girls' group heard Mrs. Ary Neptune, city librarian, as guest speaker at a meeting held in the library auditorium yester Cleveland ,...3 fl n as tne manva vail uauau uut ui j . . . . , the mountains, which is expected n"' wlJ P"J" r articles de-to be some time the latter part of s,fmed loT own use Accord-next week. The old roof has been c'2n U lh "l Lf ,,,. i , ... farmers license is susceptible to ?h Sit hUI?,nD iJ2E revocation by the secretary of grounds. New Sheeting has been i t t ff ' u placed where needed. The roof, day afternoon, v Detroit .............. 4 g.. 1 Hjlderbrand and Sulivan; Rowe and Cochrane. L -t ft-1 Li- flower in our Mrs. Neptune s discussion dealt with "being a lady" and "ideals AUTOMOBILES COLLIDE Automobiles driven by Wilbur KennelL R. F. D No. 1. and Mrs. SEEK MODIFICATION Salem, Ore., May 9 Prune growers from southern Lane to northern Washington county today urged modification of the fed-crel soil program to inclue marginal orchard lands at $20 per acre when replaced by soil conserving crops: lapel to show that we remember well; for moth Bandon Plans Honor ' For "Ace" Mother of womanhood," and she developed the theme "The King's Daugh when completed will last for at least 20 years, it is estimated. The frame of the pavilion, which stands on concrete blocks, is said fharlM WpI R. f. D. No. 2. Al- National New York , 3 Philadelphia 5 H. 7 10 I bany collided yesterday at Second 'and Railroad streets, according to ter Is All Glorious Within." Playing of a game and discussion of plans for future activities followed the talk. ' Hubbell, Gumbert, Gablar and a report ruea at tne ponce station today. No great damage was Mancuso; Davis and Wilson. to be as good as new. i The park board and the city ! Bandon, Ore.. May 9 Bandon council are working together in j today prepared to honor the city's having the improvement made, i "ace mother" on Sunday. The government is paying for the Mrs. William Laub, wife of a labor and the city the building ' Bandon logging operator, has t reported, nor was anyone injured. Brooklyn 2 12 2 JUNCTION MAN SIKJDE Eugene. Ore., May 9 E. Ras-mussen. Junction City district farmer, was found dead today on the court house steps, a gun nearby and a bullet wound in his mouth. He had threatened to take his life. Uoston , . o 7 1 Clark, Brandt and Berres; Mac-Fayden and Lopei. St. Louis 4 10 0 material. i reared 20 orphan children mncej er wonders every day what we are doing, far away, and letters from her girl or boy will fill her lonesome heart with joy. We picture mothers far away from boys and girls, themselves grown gray and busy with their family cares, while age steals on them, unawares. But mothers, who are young and gay, should be remembered on that day and children should be taught to wear the flower that shows their mother's there and. when they are grown up r.d ro.in in distant lands, away from home, they'll think of mother, growing old. and often will their love be told. oKlv$ DlEEinWb-rat-.si- ACCIDENT BOARD Sl'ES Suit has been filed by the Industrial Accident .commission against H. G. Murphy, seeking to collect $106.94 allegedly due to the commission from the defendant in fees. LICENSED TO WED Marriage licenses have been issued to Charles M. Fuhrer. 38, Cottage Grove, and Hazel Bloom, 38, Eugene, and to Donald Green, 25, and Onnie McKinsey, both ol Albany. LEBANON ATTORNEY HERE Harvey A. Wight, attorney and justice of the peace at Lebanon, was in Albany on business, today. 'Sue might as well quit that medicine. The only thing about her thats too acid is her disposition, , H.nd medicine won't htlp that." , u (Cotrlfht. llll, Publtalwn SndlcaU) ' ; iut own live .reacneu maiuruy a IVII.L PROBATE ESTATE I dozen years ago. R- E. Mason, surviving brother,! At present there are nine chil-has tx-en named by Judge Barrett jdren under Mrs. Laub's wing. She in probate court as executor of the i operates her own dairy and chick-will of the late Flora A. Mason. itn ranch and cans 8'J0 quarts of According to the probate petition fruits and vegetables each year to Miss Mason left an estate valued I provide food for them, at more than $1000 in real" and" . Mrs. Laub says slit-"loves thil-personal property. ' Jdren." ' t Chicago 2 9 0 (10) innings. Parmelee, Walker, and. Davis; Warneke, Root, Hen-shaw, Bryant and Hartnett. Cinciniiuli s. 6 12 3 Pittsburgh . 10 -13, 0 Nelson. Hrennanj Hilchtr and Lombard i; Weaver, Brown, Blan-ton and Padden. CONDITION STILL. CRITICAL Eldon Cady. who recently underwent an operation for tho removal of his appendix, mis reported to be still jn a critical condition lit Ihi' AIb.iny .Oem-lnit b'wmt.il today. ' ' 1 i . ELEVATOR INSTALLED Elevator service in the First National bank building was resumed today upon completion of the installation of a new elevator cage.

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the Albany Democrat-Herald
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free