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TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1936 PAdrtWd' THE ALBANY DEMOCRAT -HERALD, ALBANY, OREGON I city hall here. Both adults and Jo$eoh Dollorhide BEHIND POLITICAL SCENES boys ana gins win uc miuic io participate, it was announced. Dies Monday Night NOTICE TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS If front paper has not been delivered by your Albany carrier fey 8:00 o'clock call D. A( Eohrboufh, Phone 718-T and a copy will be delivered try special wrsr. Report all other complaints to the'rffice, Phone IS The j Albany Democrat-Herald . " :n-i A CLEVER YOKE ADUS SMARTNESS TO A SLENDER-. IZING "SHIRTMAKES" Pattern 2073 . iNot-loo-jlendaj? If yoJ'd 'know Shed3 Society' '.ViHd. Mr. and Mrs Russell Ouheos were hosts to a group ef young married- couplet Saturday evening jt thfir'home hear Peoria. Pinochle was played during the 1 I i " V V, n . i;t your lines, you'll be delighted. j' evening, with prizes for high scores going to Mr. and Mrs. N. N. A bra-hum xand Harold Muller. Those enjoying the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mun-son Mr. and Mrs. George Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Abraham. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gmdhart, Mr. and Mrt. II Joseph Glasa Dollarhide, 74. born in Iowa, In 1861 and a resident in Oregon for the last 82 years, of which the last 20 years has been spent in Albany, died at his home in Albany at 11:30 last night. May 11th. , . . Mr. Dollarhide was married in Albany 53 years ago to Miss Anna Bruce. He was a member of the Free Methodist church and known as a worthy man. . Beside his wsdow he it survived by three sons, two daughters, 14 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. The eons are C. M. Dollarhide of Albany. F. E. Dollarhide of Spokane, and C. L. Dollarhide of Portland. The daughter are Mrs. Walter Harte of Berkeley, Cal., and Mrs. M. V. Pet rone of Wasco, Ore. Funeral services will be held from the Fortmiller home at 10 a.m. Thursday. Rev. J. E. .Lindley, pastor of the Free Methodist church of Lacomb, Is to offiicate. Interment will be in the Willamette Memorial park rrrr ttTATnrli " 4 mm PROTECT YOUR ' SPRING r Rem ode Imp ' AND Buildingv With adequate FIRE INSURANCE . IN THE OREGON MUTUAL FIRE i INSURANCE i .. .' ?- - EMMETT A PEARCE AGENCY . 3rd and Broadalbln SU. eilnlc Building s Phone 47M Harold Muller and Mr. and Mrt Everett Abraham. Miss Doreen Githent assisted in serving lunch at a late hour, & A V nN v 7 The U-Go-I-Go club met at the with this version of the shirtwaist frock which has been designed by Anne Adams for the mature figure. A flattering roll collar emphasizes the musual effect of the fleeve-yoke-vest (a real three-in-one feature which is' easy to cut and tew). The button-front bodice line it continued into the skirt with the center pleat and will take inches from your hips and add them to your height. The large patch pockets, ere both smart and useful, and the action-back of the bodice allows room for plenty of activity, Nice in linen, shantung, novelty striped seersucker or percale. Yoke, sleeves and collar may contrast. Pattern 2673 is available in sizes 34, 36. 38, 40, 42, 44. 46 and 48. Size 36 takes 4'. yards 36 inch fabric. Illustrated step-by-step tewing instructions included. Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) In coins or stamps (coins preferred) for this Anne Adams pattern. THIRTY CENTS (30c) forboth. Write plainly name, address and ttyle number. BE SURE TO home of Mrs. Henry Bales, Friday afternoon. Thirteen members were present. Mrs. Ernest Pugh was a guest. ! I. J I I Plant were made for a picnic lunch to be held in the near fu i ture. JOLLY MOOD (ol. Frank Knox (left) Chicago publisher and In a tree-guessing contest Mrs. t candidate for the Republican presidential nomination la in. a jolly Oregon . and , Washington: . Increasing .cloudiness, tonight and Wednt.sdf becoming t unsettled of (to ti itstderately wirtn I" ln-Uyjori gVfttle changeaBro Vindt off ast, becoming touth'erly and increasing1 Wednesday. - ? Maximum temfeeroturo yesterday locally 84 degree. Minfmum temperature last night 50 dog rets. River 5.J feet. ''"' ' - i .' f . Reported Iaipravliig i i Eldon Cady.aon of Mr. and Mrs, Irvine Cady, who has been danger-oualy 111 m the Albany General hospital the last aeveral days, is reported improving slightly. Vl, Former Minister VWt Rev. H. R. Cell, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Milwaukie, Ore formerly of Albany and Brownsville, is a business visitor in Albany today. Meeting Postponed The regular meeting of the San-tiam Fish and Game -association listed for the Albany city hall this N. N. Abraham and Mrt. Harold mood as he discusses his convention cbanres with Fan! L. Smith, ARCHERS WILL MEET Organization of a local archery club will be the purpose of a meeting that has been scheduled for Saturday at 7:30 p. m. in the (right) L'nlted Preta staff writer. ! f, f Mailer won prizes. Mrt. Pugh and Mrt. Lewis Abraham assisted the hostess in serving a delicious When there is big political news you will find a United Press staff lunch. The last regular meeting of the correspondent getting the story behind the story. With the Republican and Democratic conventions drawing near, politics is front page news. The unbiased. comprehensive, arcurate reports of activities year will be in Peoria at the home of Mrt. Carl Cindhart on May 22. of all political pnrties art printed In the united Press dispatches in STATE SIZE. Be- sure to order OUR SPRING PATTERN BOOK for smart new this newspaper. Keep up with political developments by reading these Jess Moss For Linn County Sheriff-Native Son rr ports in the Democrat-Herald. - clothes that'll fit you and your Horrisburg Society ' Harrisburg. Earl Tyler and Widnesday afternoon at' the home ni versa ry, were Albany visitors yesterday, of Mrs. Peter Poulus at 2 p. m. A "covered dish" luncheon Is to be Miss Patricia Shields, were mar ried Saturday at Vancouver, Wash. The ceremony was perform Visitor in Albany served. Curtis M. Cochran, from Red ed by Rev, Paul Kunzman, at the parsonage, in the presence of a Chi Klgma Meeting mond, arrived in Albany last eve evening has been postponed one week on account of the firemen's meeting at Brownsville this eve needs to a "T"I Gay, practical frocks to cheer 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- ttra14. Pattern TVnxi linwt The Chi Sigma club will meet ning on a business trip. tew witnesses, two or which were Mr. Tyler'a sister, Mrs. Vera Reigel, and her husband. After Us t W . t t Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. R. L, Roberts, with Mrs. Rice Official Visitors ning. Or. Littler will be out of hit den county's affairs, although riot politicians or office seekers. Z. B. Moss married Emallne Barr, daughter of a prominent pioneer family of this community. So you see, Jess Moss, by Inherl-tence. possesses that fine spirit Of honesty, straightforwardness, fearlessness, sturdiness and progres-siveness that characterized the the wedding the newly weds ac J. A. Rhodes of Portland, and Ashton as assistant hostess. MemJ W. J. Could of Seattle, officers of companied the Reigels to their home at LaCenter, Wash- and tal office duringlhc month of May. . . - -mll-12 bcrs are asked to note that ' the meeting nights have been changed the North West Mutual Fire In surance company, were in Albany spent a short time, returning to from rTtday to Thursday. i - . Business Ylsitor today to confer with the local rep Harrisburg later. They will make SERVICE TO NATION Jack Richardson of Portland, resentative of the company, Rob Visiting Aunt , Miss Elizabeth Merrill of Pacif .URGED FOR LEGION ert w. Davis. arrived in Albany last night on a their home at the Tyler farm. Ten Juror Low Is ic Grove, Cal., is here visiting her buslnss.trij. i aunt. Miss Althouse. MUa Merrill From McMlnnville . iContlniwd from I'mtv One) Frem nolfey t 1 Mr. and Mrs. Evcret Henry of is a former resident of Albany, and will remain here for two weeks. of history at the school giving the baccalaureate sermon and commencement exercises also at the First Presbyterian church Wednesday night, June 3. Dr. James T. Matthews of Willamette university, Salem, will give the commencement address. According to E. A. Hudson, principal of the high school, the list of graduates had not yet been definitely determined. McMlnnville, were among the out- Mr. and Mrs, R. O. Robinson of llolley, were Albany shoppers and .tlt.H -'- ,,, 1 . lege, not as a war measure, but as -a peace-measure. He cited the Upheld by Court Salem, Ore- May 12. Joseph She is a former librarian of the of-town visitors last night at a local hotel. city library. example of Switzerland, where he John Osbourne, ex-Portland spe To Attend Convention Dr. M. D. Eubanks of Kansas said every male citizen is compelled to undergo military training, and where war, is no longer known. The American Legion is now cial policeman, "gold fish pond murderer of Simon Mish, was properly convicted of second-de Class Advanced-Mrs. Daniel Frecman'i class in charm, conducted at the Hostess liouse, will meet on Wednesday this week instead of Thursday be cause . of the Albany hi ah school City, Mo, arrived in Albany last night to attend the state Baptist convention which opened here this morning. gree murder by ten jurors in Mult nomah county circuit court last senior class play. The Change will engaged in fostering a program of national defense, strict neutrality, Americanization and child welfare, Commander Koehn said. year, the state supreme court declared today.' tmt week only. Peoney Holds Meeting- Constitutionality of the so-call Walter Arbuthnot, manager -of TO PROBATE ESTATE The estate of Martha E. Perkins, who died at The Dalles last Wednesday, has been admitted to probate here by Judge J. J. Barrett. The estate included $1900 in real and personal- property in Linn county and $2000 in Wasco county. Frances L. Benson and Charles H. Wilkerson are named joint executors of the will. CARD OF, THANKS., i . I wish to exDresS rnvkidnw A feature of the meeting was the playing of several selections by a saxophone quintet composed ed ten Juror law, which was adopted by the people at the primary election on May 18, 1934, wat upheld in the court's opinion, YiMiuri 7ntciug ' v . . Fragrant, at lUrrUtmrg Talent representing the Albany chamber ' of commerce it to preterit a tnlsrellaneou program in Harrisbi-g this evening before the RebekarHodge. . . ' A- Ted nd Fred are always on the job togive you quick accurate service -on gat, oil lubrication and f repairing. Tedlock 4c. -Foroter , St Jackson SU, Phone 37S-- - " ml2-14 : -f '- n . ! -V Front Pendletoa : . '-f Mrt. Quy Hickok, from" Penjle-ton arrived in Albany yesterday evening on a business and pleasure trip,' ' . ' Vork for tfrcnit' udge-J f! "f" Eldon "Sackett, managing editor of the Oregon Statesman, of Salem, and Allan G. Carson. Salem law eany pioneer wnu watuim wivaa the trackless plains and settled up our west. Jess Moss has lived the greater part of his life in the community in which he was born. In 1922 he purchased the old homestead, but in 1931 sold out and bought a ranch near Lebanon where he now resides. Jess Moss has a wide acquaintance in the county. He Is a member of the order of Oddfellows, member of Crowfoot Grange, and for a number of years a member of the Farmers' Union of Sweet Home and was its president at a time when it had the largest membership of any Union 1ft Linn County. If nominated and elected, he promises to fill the position of Sheriff in a businesslike manner. Hit slogan is, "Prompt and efficient service with strict economy." The writer has known, lived, near, and dealt with Jess Moss over a period of more than a quarter of a century and can say that nowhere can you find a fairer, squarer man, and can assure the folk of Linn county that any trust placed with him will be held inviolable. From the Sweet Homa New Era. (Paid advertisement by Jess Moss). , giatitudu to my many friends for of E. E. Chandler, director; Allen me Kinaneae, and sympathy extended to me in mv iiunt uirrniv the local store of J. C. Penney Company is in Portland thlt week attending a meeting of store man-agert of this district with executives of the company, ilie will return home Wednesday. . ( .. . - f ' i Visitors from Portland- written by Justice Kelly and af Edwards, D. O. Blake, George Mc-Bride and Francis McLeod. Ralph Banton, commafNer of and, for many lovely flowers. firming Circuit Judge James W. Crawford of Multnomah county. Frank Robie. ; the local post, announced that the STATE BAPTIST Mr. and Mrs. Rou Mackey of Willamette council of the Legion will meet at Florence all day May. ENTERS QUEEN RACE Brownsville. May 12. (Special) Phyllis Morse, junior in Brownsville, has been chosen to be Brownsville's candidate for queen of the Lebanon Strawberry Fair. 24, which will also be the final Portland are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R. Cronise. MEETING OPENS Mr, Mai-key is munager of the day of the 2-day Siuslaw bridge dedication ceremony. TODAY'S STOCK, j GRAIN MARKETS MARKETS AT A GLANCE Stocks decline after rnrlv rullw Portland office of West. Holliday (Csntlnncd from par One) On the democratic ticket for the nomination for sheriff is the name of Jess Moss. He was bom on the Moss ranch between Sweet Home and Holley in 1882 and is the son of Z. B. Moss, an early pioneer of the Sweet Home country who crossed the plains in 1852 and who at one time held the office of county assessor. Since the days of their migration to the West the Moss family has always taken an active part in the & Mocenscn Co. national adver KNOX DECLARES tising representatives, and Is on Crow Indian mission, followed by conferences 'of Various depart his way back to Portland after tfaaing volume at 10 months low; ' F-D REACTIONARY yer, were in Albany Inst evening in behalf of Walter E. Keycs, candidate for circuit judge. , ments. visiting newspapers in eastern and southern Oregon. . The minister' ennfornpn ivse GET VARMINT BOUNTIES Bernard Dooney and L. J. kinder, both of Lebanon, secured a $2.00 bobcat and a $3.00 coyote bounty respectively at the coun-ty clerk's office yesterday. nonas irregularly higher; dull. Curb irregular; dull. Call money 1 per cent. Foreign exchnmre irrrpiilnr' (Continued from Paso One) opened with a devotional service led by Rev. R. B. Thomas, followed bv addresses bv Rev. (1 M Cnrh- ... .,. , .i..... Visit at Coast Mr. and Mrs. Roy Steinberg and family of Albany were visitors at Newport and adjacent reports Sun ed the New Deal's "mistaken philosophy of scarcity" and its "thea- rane, Rev. Edgar Luther and Dr. J. E: Conant. The afternoon pro 1 runes resume decline, 1 Cotton, vnchangiH to Z, points higlier. -; ! , Rubber A unchanged tq' 2 points lower. - " . trtcar and "confused acts. He declared for the gold stan t i - day. Leaving- for N. Y. " Iless Kci'bli'rof I'oi tland, formerly of Leiisuon and well known in .Albany, who is leavinu for a month's ytsif in Now York, was the guest of honor ut several parties in Portland lust -week. Ainuns thvm was one for wluch Mi s. Ruth Shaw wus hostess. Miss Keehler was graduated from Oregon State gram included devotional services led by Rev. Wolford Dawes, followed bv a htiKinexn mttintf snrl dard, "simply because I believe in a system which provides some de gree of automatic control rather addresses by Dr. E. B. Pratt and ' '. MERLE HOW ARB Cottonwoods,' See Thur. Ad. ml2-lS ur. r.verson. t rus part or me convention adjourned at 2:30 to attend the men's conference. The general Dublic is invited to Visitors In Albany-Mr. and Mrt. R. B. Dougherty of Brownsville, who recently celebrated their golden wedding an- than in a system into which enter the vagaries and even the whims of any single human being or group of human beings." Knox said there was need for reform in the banking and currency system, but that the first step "is a drastic change in fiscal policy a change to the belief in the virute of thrift and the vice Harmony Club to Meet The Harmony club is to meet attend any and all meetings.' A committee is on hand at all times to welcome the visitors and assist in securinn entertainment for them while here. Steckr New York, May 12. Volume on the New York Stuck Exchange today dwindled nguin to set a 10-month low and prices followed the recent pattern early firmness and a lat.t hour decline. The late dip took many issues down to net declines. Early gains hud ranged to more than 3 points. Steel shares were depressed and most other groups followed. Sales, totaled 600.000 shares, the smallest since June 7, 1935, against 080.000 share yesterday. Curb sales in creased to 107.000 shares from yesterday's 158.000. J( Dow-Jones, preliminary closing averages: industrial. 146770 off .15; railroad. 43.2!) oft .08; utility 29.01 up .08. The Little Corporal BIG SHOTS STEAL of excessive spending." ALBANY HIGH izxle Answer ta. Previous 1 PAPA'S LIMELIGHT (Continue tram Par One) - LISTS EVENTS WILL YOU BE LISTED? When the new 1 936 "Who's Who" Classified Business and Professional Directory crimes off the press? Will your name be found in its pages. Many of the alert, representative business and professional people of Albany and Linn County are already listed-they are making It easy for the buyer to find thelf place of business by cooperating with The Demo-crta-Herald in the publication of this new WHO'S WHO Classified Business and Professional Directory tContiatwd from Paso Onol and New York City.. They are in good condition, it was said. Mayor F. 11. LaGuardia of New comedy of adolescense" in the script. The action is laid in the York and his police and health commissioners had the milk sent patio of the Mclntyre residence in it the urgent plea of Mayor Daniel a o n a j t Ototjo tmlm C OT0f AjPiE R.flD ATrrjBE nTeIgTaid 'E. l iffiEH4AlT ipui-jEifff AJRnn A LEjEN I&02 'TE NlEnTil PiStsjUiElSMNjl A1UW snAHsiTJA P Efe 5 l1 bnAly'iA 1 03 e Rsf 19 To put on. 20111s place of exile. 231octor. 21 You and I. 27 To help. 28 To merit. 30 Flying mammnl, 32 Monkey, 14 Hearing d lata net. 35 Craln. 37 Klyer. I!9 Twitrliing. 42 Side bone. Grain Chicago, May 12. Heavy liqui a university town in northern California. Turner of Passaic who added dation of May 'Contracts generated 'business manager" of Uie Quad a sharp reaction in wheat prices Other Events Listed Succeeding high school com ruplets to his other duties. Y itli a power' of attorney ob after early firmness today on the Chicago Hoard of Trade. mencement events will be the conclusion of school work by the At the end wheat was off 4 to 134, May !2 cent!; corn unchanged class on May 22; the Schmitt prize HORIZONTAL 1 Who It the tuaa la tlw . 1 picture? I He ruled tbt It Legal rule.'' 13 Hair ornament 15 Rumanian coins. -1( Rub dry. IS Kindled. 19 Clock faces. 21 Striped fabric 22 Paid publicity 4 Grief. 25 Cavity. It Musical note. 2? Contract. 29 Sound of t pleaHur. 30 Twice. i 31 Preposition. JS To perune. 35 Native metal. ?Chuin. 38'prtglit shaft. "39 Light brown. 40 First womsu Setting Off Exercises To set off a suit, tuck a handkerchief in the bread pocket. Not ANY handkerchief, bat an ARROW! Then you can be sure thai this final deft touch is definitely maarulinc and definitely CORRECT. 25 1? UP tained front Kaspar, Mayor Turner vetoed a $1,000 a week offer made by an amusement park for the privilege of exhibiting the babies. He accepted, however, a telegraphted offer of $600 to be to off I, May ti2Vctnt; oats un- examinations. May 26; the junior-senior picnic to be held at Idle- ehanKed to off S. May 2fH. YKKTM'AL i 2 Exrume. 3 Father. wood park, near Monroe. May 29; the baccalaureate services to be 4:1 niue grass. 4 To b In delit. 4S Klnch spent for necessities, extended by Building on Coast Show Good Increose conducted Sunday night. May 31, at the First Presbyterian church 47 lied lath. Mrs. r.aniona rionscher of San Francisco. with R. A. Buchanan, instructor Governor Harold G. Hoffman 42 To Htriko. mvitlila. 4 41 rortalntiig lo osinhiit. ' . . 41Therefure. 41 RUWr7. 4To skip. 60 Winged. 53 Door rug. H lit was burn lu . (6 His title; ?, Indian, 10 lockjaw. 61 Before. Sun Francisco. May 13. permits in 88 cities of the Pa expressed! his pride in the quads but indicated a belief new legislation would le necessary before the state could "take over the guard Mud. 4 To lubricate, 7 Arll!neM. (Note in seal. 9 Prophet. 10 Tide. 11 KvelsslwH. lthiKht. It He met defeat at . cific coast area were 45.5 per cent 49 Nude. Ml Playing tard. M X. 62 Mooley ai)l. 53 Myself. 64 Companj, 5 Neuter pronoun. f7 i'usUi rirt ts Musical nute. ianship of these children." The BLAJM CLOTHING) This directory is undertak-. ca willi the object of providing a reference guide to the business and professional men and institutions of the community.. Upon completion publication will be made in the columns of The Albany Democrat-Herald. The directory will then be issued in book form, classified and alpha betically arranged, so that the information can be had at a glance. . There will be no display advertising of any kind in the directory book. All type will be uniform, as to classification and name. These directory books Will , be given a general FREE distribution. . state assembly then unanimously passed a resolution calling upon all state agencies to give whatever 4t Either, Albany Cr i Oregon neip they could to the babies. higher - in . April, 193u than in April. 1936, H. R. Baker & Co.. investment bankers announced today. In survey covering cities in the II western stales, British Columbia mid Hawaii, the Baker statisticians found that refmits issued in April. 1930. totaled 10.972 and represented , a construction value of $17,922,600. lu April last year, the same cities . gave a building permit total of 8500 with , I'SE CHINESE HERBS WHEN OTHERS FAIL Living Protection f Tomorrow's Reserve 1 I .from I I J Today's Resources I Fmf tlulaiU, writ I When you com. to PORTLAND a value of $12,487,403. Charlie Chan Chinese Herbs Remedies are non-poison-ous, their healing virtue has been tested hundreds of years in following chronic lZr HOTEL Investors Syndicate - (i - -J5 "- 7T IS W X" 7T 3a" " 55 'r" . - r 5 t t" izr sr "" zsr yy "A "v 'lJ.r 'pi J "" ' ) " " " VJ 'jl ji 1 I ' 1 Y I 1 - I "uel nvootnutci 0e noo Seo,wy Teefu!Iy and eodemlvfumiihed. Fireproof. Excellent dmine. sefvice. Deiir-ablt, quiet turroundinjt. Populerretci: ONLY A FEW DAYS MORE ; - To have" your name included in this 'representative work. If you have hot received an invitation- to cooperate, or if ybur name is nof listed in the telerjhont , book as a business telephone, get in touch with the directory department now BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE. TELEPHONE 431 DIRECTORY DEFT. The Albany Democrat-Herald o un as e i84 LIVING LIVINC Los Angeles led in volume of permits. : GIBSON KITES HELD Harri.sburg. May 12. (Special) A funeral service" was held here at the Miller chapel Sunday afternoon for Mark Gibson, who died here tudiWnty' Thursday. Rev. Francis Kincb preached the fu-nerul sermon.' Burial was made in the Alford cemetery. Mr, Gibson lived at Creswell and came here to visit with relatives a few days previously, passing away at the home of a nephew. Bert Gibson. He was a bachelor, 77 years of age. Relatives came from Toledo and Portland for the funeral, although he is Isaid to have no near kin in tliis part ul the country. P R, O.TE C T I O N PRO.T.E CTIOnV Esfopaea Plea Box 273 Albany, Ore. Box 273 . M V Albany, Ore. ' loea. win Wdk 1 ailments. 8. B. Fong Throat, sinusitis, catarrh; ears, lungs, asthma, chronic ' cough, stomach, gall stones, colitis, constipation, diabetes, kidnays. bladder, heart, nerves, neuralgia, rheumatism, high blood pressure, gland, skin sores, male, female, children disorders S. B. Fong. 8 years practice in China. Herb Specialist, gives relief after others fall. 13$ E. tint St., Albany, Or. Office Hours: Sunday aad Wednesday 11 a m, to 2 p.m. CHAS. A. OLVIS Representative Albaay. Ore. rbwee 3-F-lt or (47 i i

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