The Eugene Guard from Eugene, Oregon on July 15, 1924 · Page 6
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Page Six THE EUGENE DAILY GTJABD Tuesday Evening, Jni y 15, J LAFOLLETTE IS TO GET RE MOVING PICTURES CANBT, July 15. Senator Bobert Da Ftollette is to be assured of earn ' nr. annnort in Orecon this year, It mis evinced at a meeting of Support era here. Over 100, members of every political party, met to pledge tncnv selves to untiring work throughout the coming monthB in the interest of the Hcnntor and his platform: Ernest J. Hell presided sb chairman nliile Sirs. Ola M. Ogle served as sec rotary. The group reaffirmed their endorsement of the La Follette plat form as presented to the Hepubliaon convention at Cleveland. Speakers were enthusiastic in pre' dieting a victory for their favorite next fall. Among those giving talks were W. J. Butler, Mrs. Alice Mc- Nanght, Portland club worker; Dr. A. Slaughter of Salem, who stated he would close bis office and campaign Oscar McBride of Vancouver, Wash A. JL Arnold and J. B. Mitchell of Portland, representing the railroad unions; 8. II. Van Trump, county horticulturist of Marion county; Mrs, S. V. Lewelling and daughter. Miss Florence E. Olson of Milwaukie and J. D. Stevens, political organizer. T WDENOS AIRES, July 15. More than 3000 iavo. been killed in the .fighting between federal troops and revolutionists at Sao Paulo and San' tos, Brazil, according to dispatches reaching here today from the scene of the battles. The Brazilian government has put a strict censorship on news from the affected areas and such reports us have gotten through to Buenos Aires nave been widely conflicting. Disnatches sav battles are in nrO' gress at both Santos and Sao Paulo and tnat wiu naa neen Kiiica at sun tos and 8000 at Sao Paulo. Official communiques from Rie De Janeiro minimise the situation and declare the government's strategy will be to besiege the rebels and starVe them out without bombarding the city which It is desired to save from damage. The government, accord'ng to all advices, Is rushing troops to Sao , Paulo and is expected to be in command of fhe situation within a short time. . STOEL FUNERAL IS -''funeral services' fof Osni Stoel, who died at his home at 1041 Cham' lie is street Monday afternoon at the age of Oil years, will be held Wed nesday afternoon at 8:30 o'clock at the Veatch chapel, Rev. Frederick O Jennings of the St. Mnry'a Episcopal church officiating. Interment will be In tho Hope Abbey mausoleum. Members of the Masonic lodge will have charge of the services at the grave. Oml Stoel was said to be the old est active member of the Masonic lodge in the state of Oregon. Ho was member of all Masonic bodies. He was born at Stoel's Corners, New Xork, January 12, ISM, and came to Lane county 80 years ago. Ho Is aurvlved by 17 nieces and nephews. One nephew, R. M. Armstrong, and his wife, of Denver, Colo., were at the bedside at the time of the death Mr. Stoel was a bachelor. South Dakotans And Montanans Here to .Make Their Home Eugene and Lane county soem to be offering- Increasing- attraction to people from higher and dryer seo-tlons of the northwest. C. P. Tillman, a plumbing, heating; and electrical supply dealer of Roundup, Montana, has arrived here with his wire and tamlly to live. He was prominent In business and community affairs In tha district he comes from, ana brings high recommendations from banks there. A. E. Pomeroy and R. II. Maltby of Belle Fourrhe, South Dakota. bara arrived here to make their home. O. P. Rose and family, alno of Belle Fourche, have arrived here for a visit with Bird Rose and family. Short Circuit Is 1 Cause of Flames , lire caused from a short circuit In a clothes closet when an electric light bulb broke this morning burned through the closet and roof of the home of Jack Poll! at 632 Fifteenth avenue east at 8:30 o'clock. Most of the clothing in the closet was destroyed, end small hole was charred In the roof. Firemen found quite a blase when they arrived on the scene, but prompt work quickly extinguished the flames. A call was sent in Monday night at 10 o'clock from Eighth avenue and Chnrneltnn street, hut no fire could be found when the firemen arrived. Medford Attorney On U; S. Bar Board PHILADELPHIA, Pa., July 15. Members of the general council of the American Bar association, representing every state and territory in the Union and Chins, have been chosen here. They Include: Alaska Ralph E. Robertson, Juneau. Arizona T. O. Norris, Prescott. California Gurney A. Nenlin, Lor Angeles. Idaho James F. Ailsble, Coeur d' Alene. ' a Montana William B. Rogers, Butte. Oregon C. M. Thomas, Medford. Wshirtnn Arthur W. Davis, JSpoksne, TUESDAY HEILIG "The Dangerous Blonde." REX "Code of The Sea." CASTLE "Dinty." Colleen Moore in Boy Star's Picture Wesley Barry in "Dinty," which opened an engagement at the Castle theatre lust night, is the crowning achievement of the freckle - faced youngster s meteoric career and a triumph for that wizard of the silent dramu, Marshall Aeilan, who created and produced tills remarkable photo play. As "unity" u Sullivan, a fighting San Fraucisco newsboy, young Barry, under the masterful' direction of Neiian, has completely captivated his audiences. In bis own inimitable wuy he briugs out the tears and laughs at will. Pretty Colleen Moore, as Dorcen O'Sulllvan, plays an Important role, and her clever work is one of the outstanding features of the production. IS Added Feature on Heilig Bill Tonight For a scene in which the actiou takes place in a few mi mi ten' time in "The Dangerous J Hondo," JUaura 4 Plnnte's starring feature now at the Ifoilig, Robert F. Hill, the director, seceurcd several hundred antiques and museum articles which required a short-time insurance policy of $75,- ViX) and several detective. As an added feature oi. this bill is Don Stanley, n mind-reader and tin excellent musician. Ilia banjo rid bottle numbers ore beautifully rendered and are a treat from their novelty alone. However, the main feature is his mind-reading, which is fluently gjven. Mr. Stanley hos worked with both Keller and Alexander the Great, but his method is somewhat different than either of these famous men, as Mr. Stanley describes to the audience; before each performance. I Local Tenor Sings At Rex Attraction If It's action you're looking .for, here it is plus in the Paramount picture, "Code of the Sea." which opened at the Itex theatre last night. Itod La Itocque and Jitcqtieliue Logan are featured in the principal roles of the production, directed . by Victor Fleming. After 'The Ten Commandments and "The Dawn of a Tomorrow" It's pretty hard thing to find a moro popular combination that La liocque and Miss Logan.. Any picture eitiier of this pair appears in Is certain to be sure-firo hit, and, judging from the reception "Code of the Sea" is fine. As an added attraction, Darrol FailHt, local tenor soloist, is featured singing "Your Eyes Havo Told Me So," and. other popular hits, accom panied on the big Wurlitzer by Hoa-uer. ' By LUTHER A. HUSTON (I. N. S. Staff Correspondent) iajaikju. July 10. a direct an- pcal to the United Suites to "re-enter the councils of Euroue" was made Monday to American delegates to the annual convention of the Associated Advertising Clubs of the World. John Kobert Clync. lord privy seal. and leader of the house of commons, made a dramatic pleu for a spirit of co-operation between the United States nnd Emcland in mcetins the problems of the day. Europe and America must nurBue more closely the common business of making peace enduring," he declared. His was but one of a series of addresses of like tenor from the British speukers, who urged especially that America take a major part in the allied conference which opens here on Wednesday to draw up a plan for execution of the Dawes report. The Prince of Wales, in addressing the ad men this morning, expressed the hope that the convention woulj lead to many lasting friendships which would permanently increase international accord. . . , The prince was . roundly cheered when he was presented by Viscount Kurnham as "the greatest friend of America in Britain." lican party will be charged throughout the presidential campaign with "responsibility for the deflation of credit and currency" it was learned this afternoon, following an extended conference between John W. Davis, the democratic candidate, and Senator Kobert M. Owen, democrat of Arkansas, one of the authors of the federal reserve act. Discussing Davis' legal connections with J. P. Morgan, Owen. said that -he regarded this as an indication of the "intelligence of Morgan rather than the turpitude of Davis," EXHIBIT WILL BE .U.S. An educntionsl exhibit that will-In clude, textbooks, educational maga zines, other publications unu eauca- tionnl apparatus of all kinds Is to be held at the University high school on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Teaoher; school officials anj all others interested have been invited to view the exhibit. The exhibit will be open from 2 to 5 o'clock on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons, and from 0 to 11 o'clock Thursday morning in addition. The show will be under the direction of the university school of education. and will be BUoervised by Mrs. ,diui Pattee, in charge of the instruction in foreign languoges In the university high school. . .u E FOR MANY YEARS Mrs. Katberine Coldron, 65. a resident of Oregon for the past 40 years, died af her home at 600 Seventh avenue west Monday. She had lived in Eugene for the past 13 years. Kesides her husband. L, A. Coldron. she is survived by two sons, O. L. Coldron and J. E. Coldron, of Eugene; one daughter, Mrs. C. II. Powell, of Eugene; three brothers. Q. W. nillmtre, William Billmire and Archie Hillmire, all of Eugene; a sis ter, Mrs. a. E. hprogue, and two grandchildren, Francis and Alice Coldron, also of this city. , Funeral services will be held at the Pranstetter nha'pel Wednesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Burial will be in the old I. O. O. F. cemetery. Duluth Dock Is Leased By Ford . DULUTH, Mtnn July 15. A one year lease on the Superior Coal and Dock company property on the waterfront here has been signed by Henry Ford, says Oscar Mitchell, one of the receivers of the property. ' The lease was signed for $70,000 annual rental which is to be paid quarterly. Tbe Ford Motor company will take Immediate possession of the dock and the lease will run until July 1, 1925. Mr. Ford recently made an orrer f tsss.ooo for the property at out right sale, which was rejected, the receivers asking a nigncr price. It is held likely that Mr. Ford will use the dock for storage purposes and possibly for the distribution of coal from his own mines. Lumberman FinTi MARSHFIEL1), July 1 hnct loaf u'... U Kankin. sutler nti.,wiu... . M nlttnts of the Huron,...! . 0,1 . - - - , u?rft family on a vacation trip Kelso Unbelieving; Think Imagination Produced Gorillas KELSO, Wash., July 15. Figments of the imagination! That's what the tales of "mountain devils" and "rock tossing gorillas" ar. told hy Marlon Smith, Hoy Smith, Fred Beck, J. Peterson and Gabs Lo-fovcr; are believed to ho by Kelso residents. It Is wild nil five men are spirit ualists and hold frequent seances in tho woods. It is believed they encountered benr tast of Mount St. Helens- and due to their state of mind thought them to be strange animals, such as are related in old Indian fables. NEW YORK, July 15. John W, Dnvis, democratic presidential nominee, today began an intensive week of program building for his campaign. Ho arrived at the home of Frank L. Polk after a refreshing week-end nt rLoeiist Valley, Long inland. The can didate said lie would confer with Cor-dell Hull, retiring chairman of the nntionnl committee, who wns returning from Washington tonight for the meeting. A delegation of negroes, including Titus Alexander of Los Angeles, chairman of the National Neg;'-) Democratic association, tendered congratulations to Dnvis and assured him the vote of most of their race. Later Davis conferred with Isadora Dockweilre, national committeeman from California; BLAMES REPUBLICANS - NEW YORK, July '15. The repub- Reward Offered For Arrest of Anyone Damaging Schools Reward of $50 has been offered by the Eugene srhnol board for the arrest and conviction of nnyone damaging school property in tbe city. The reward whs offered nfter the recent lour of Inspection of the directors of the district, who found evidence ot marauders in several' of the buildings. At the Eugene high school doors had been beaten down ond windows opened with iron bars. ' ' Imagine Zane Grey's "WANDERER OF THE ' WASTELAND" in color! CORNS Lift Off-No Pain! Doesn't hurt one bit! Drop a lit tle "Freoxone" on an aching corn, Instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift It right off with fingers. Your druggist sella a tiny bot tle of "Freerone" for a few centa. sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toos, nnd tho foot calluses, without Roreness or Irritation. 1 AUI A The business of shopping for the home is, simplified by using the CASH SYSTEM. The result is better values, more courtesy, a higher respect, and the elimination of tricky bills. - ' - Florida Oranges They're skin-full of delicious, sweet juice. Espccial- ly fine for tho sick. Gray secured only a few crates nt an exceptional bargnin. Whilo they last YOU get tho benefit. A DIRTY ENGINE is easily cleaned with STEAM. Wo uso that. Cars washed, polished greased and oiled. Auto Care Company 747 Olive. Tho Blue Front Medium size, per dozen 35C! oz. $1 BANANAS, per pound ,10c CANTALOUPES, small .............. .3 for 25c medium 10c; Largo ,.2 for 25c WATERMELONS, ripe and sweet, per. lb 2c CAMPBELL'S BEANS, with pork, per can ...10c PURE CANE SUGAR, 10 lbs. 80c; 25 lbs. $2.00 100 lbs ..' $7.85 MASON ZINC LIDS, doz. . .25c; . Ilnbbcrs ; .5c ECONOMY LIDS, per dozen 25c MASON JARS, pints 78c; quarts 95c Beats Way on S. P. Tram; Is Jailed Fred Johnson was given A 10-day jail term for stealing a ride on a rail road train, and Walter Hmith. his partner, was turned loose by Justice Jesse G. Wells late Mondap when W. II. McClain, Southern Pacific officer, brought the two before the judge. Johnson was abusive - when accosted by McClain in tho yardsj the judge was told. O. E. . Edwards, Eugene-Oakridge stage driver, was fined ?10 for overloading. Japs Would Buy . From Mexicans MEXICO CITY. Jnlv 15. Jflnun has written the exiran national chamber of enmmproe. asking to be placed in touch with Mexican producers for the purpose of placing orders for raw mnterinls previously purchased in the United States. MOOSE DANCE Wednesday night, at Dreamland Bail. Good music. Public invited. Thurs-Frl-tf Powder Puff Beauty Shop Special tor next three days-: Marcel and Bob-curl $1.00. Bob-trim and Curl 50c. Cor ner 7th and Willamette. Phone 1712... Hall's Catarrh Medicine both local and internal, and has been successful in the treatment of Catarrh for over forty years. Sold by all druggists. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio f T-., . "TUB TONIC J ITAT BUILDS YOU UPj I AT YOUR DRUGGIST j Westihghouse Cotnplota with aluminum fintah frying pan and nickeled to tinf aereeo; nigh grad cord, awl ten and detachable plug. Stove and tray in beautiful nickel Wriest Qtllls The Handiest of Electrical Convenient,! a popular and efficient' little time-savJ tor you at a reature price during Julyl With it you can cook youf morning n cakes to an appetizing point of perfects right at the breakfast table ! No need oi grease, no fumes. Just turn the aluminua finish frying pan and pour on the batte. Then indulge in a breakfast of satisfaction This versatile economicakable stove savs time and dozens of steps, and it actual!; makes the food taste better, Order one todaj Regularly $10.50 SPECIAL DURING JULY $7.95 At All Electric Light Companies and Dealers In Every House WANTED Houses to buy, sell and move. " See Lammera, the House Mover, 1175 Oak Street. ' CHILDREN CRYJOR "GASTORIA" A Harmless Substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups No Narcotics! Mother! Fletcher's Castorla has been In use for over 30 years to rnllova bubtes nnd children ot Constipation, Flatulency. Wind Col ic and Diarrhea; allaying Kever-Ishness arising therefrom, and, by regulating the Stomach and Bow- ela. aida j ajsywllatlon of Food; giving natural sleep without opt atea. The genuine bears slgna- tura of JhTPRICt SHOE CO. $3.85 $3.85 JULY SHO H SALE In this sale you will find footwear that only a few weeks ago sold at prices more than double our sale prices. Buying has been decidedly brisk. Some lines have been completely wiped out. If you intend profiting by these sale prices, it is advisable not to delay longer. Come today if possible. The same good service, so characteristic of this store, is given to all customers alike regardless of the amount of one's purchase. Odds nnd ends women's dress punipT patents satins and kids. Values to $10.00, now $3.85 Colored Sandals in red, blue and green. Values to $9, now $3.85 Price's HOSIERY SALE Ladies! Here are Silk Hosiery specials worthy of your immediate attention and" action: $1.00 values 79c $1.50 values $1.15 $2.25 values $1.85 $2.50 values $1.95 $2.75 values ......$2.15 $3.00 values $2.45 ' $3.50 values $2.95 i Men's brown and black Oxfords, late styles. Good values at $7.50, selling today at $4.85 : $10, $11 and $li.50 Bostonian Oxfords for men. Tho shoe for wear and comfort. Going at, the pair $8.85 WE HAVE OTHER EQUALLY ATTRACTIVE SHOE VALUES PRICE SHOE CO. 783 Willamette St. Phone 854

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