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Amos Wilkins. Dies as
suit of Injuries Received
, at Coburg
EUGENE, Ore.. March 13.
Amos Wllklns, native of Lane
coanty and son of the late Mitchell
Wilkins, one of the most promi
nent pioneers of this part of the
slate, died at a hospital here to
day as a result of ijuries sus
tained in an accident at his farm
at Coburg yesterday afternoon. .
A hay rack ' suspended in the
air fell upon him and pinned him
beneath It. lie remained three
hours under the rack before he
was discovered by hia son. He
was 70 years old.
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SEATTLE, March 13. Appro
jpriatlon of not less than $100,000
by the : Washington, state leglsla
tur for maintenance and develop
Iment of existing state parks and
it aufflcient additional sum to pur
chase areas menaced with de
ist ruction was a recommendation
I made today to the state scenic
i preservation conference at the
i University of Washington here by
committee on plans.
KILLED III CRASH
Truck Plunges Over Em.
bankment Near Lewiston,
. Idaho, Six Injured
LEWISTON, Idaho. March 13
Luigi Marazzo, Italian laborer,
was instantly killed and six other
Italian laborers were seriously in
jured at noon today when an auto
mobile truck upon which they
were riding, plunged over an em
bankment on the Lewiston-Pome-roy
The men were en route to their
camp for dinner and Marazzo was
driving the truck. His compan
ions state he was driving fast a"nd
a front wheel was caught in a
ridge of sand left by the road
grader and the truck was thrown
over the embankment.
Marazzo leaves a family in Eu
rope and a son In Spokane.
TAX DUE SATURDAY
WASHINGTON, March 13.
Full payments must be made on
income tax installments due Satur
day, the house failing today to
take any action on the proposed
resolution to make effective im
mediately the proposed 25 per cent
cut on income taxes payable this
The provision for the 25 per
cent cut is in the revenue bill, al
ready passed by the house, and if
enacted into law the reduction can
be made on later installments.
Refunds will be given for excess
amounts paid on this installment.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., March 13
Two college teams Butler of
Indianapolis and Lombard of Gales
burg. 111. with Kansas City Atht
letic club and the Hillyards of St.
Joseph.Mr.. emerged tonight as
the semi-finalists in the national
AAU basketball tournament.
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Young Stribling and Champion Mike McTigue, Who
Are( To Battle Again, "Snapped" by Ma Stribling
J'f'' ' ' " "'t SaC
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Toung Striblinif. the Georgia
schoolboy sensation of the ring,
and McTigue, light heavyweight
champion, are shown here shak
ing hands after having signed ar
ticles for a return bout to 1 held
iu Newark, X. J., on March 31.
Stribling's mother In taking a
snapshot of the smiling boxers who
soon will be tryingfto knock each
other out. Their first battle, held
in Georgia, was declared a draw
and the decision caused a riotous
PORTLAND. March IS. Young
Dudley, Oakland welterweight,
took a 10-round decision over
Marty Summer of New York here
tonight. In another 10-round bout
Charley Helman, Portland, and
Teddy Seidman, New York, went
to a draw. They are bantamweights.
NEW YORK, March 13. Gene
Tunney, American light heavy
weight champion, will be the first
American opponent of Erminio
Spalla, Italian heavyweight, who
is on his way here, Tex Rickard
said today. Spalla stayed for 14
rounds with Firpo at Buenos Aires.
It Isn't pure wickedness that
keeps city folk from going to
church as villagers do. They don't
even co down to the depot on
We trust, however, that Rus
sia's national honor isn't wounded
by America's inability to recognize
her as an equal at present.
SEATTLE, March 13. Meeting
for the fourth time this year,
Johnny Jordan of Tacoma and
Dode Bercot of Monroe, will box
a six round main event here Tues
day. They last met here March
March 4. Jordon has one victory
with the other two of the three
battles called draws.
Ml YIELDS 141
Full Total of 173 Have Not
Yet Been Recovered By
CASTLE GATE, Utah. March 13
(By The Associated Press) Mine
No. 2 of the Utah Fuel company
in which 173 men lost their lives
Saturday morning in a terrific ex
plosion had yielded 141 victims
The rescue work was practical
ly abandoned during the day by
the workers who concentrated
their efforts on the establishment
of a new fresh air base in the sec
tion of the mine still to be ex
Boy First Admits Having
Killed Owner Then Denies
DthiBY AT DETROIT
Former Cabinet Officer Re
turns to Michigan Home
SEATTLE, March 13. An ele
ment of mystery in connection
with the attempted robbery of a
Kent pool room and the fatal
shooting Saturday night of Frank
II. Tilley, 73, an employe in the
pool hall, was added today after
the prosecuting attorney today
issued a complaint in justice court
charging John Groger, 17, of EI-
lensburg with first degree mur
Investigation developed that
Groger repudiated his story of the
alleged killing after spending
Monday night in the King county
DETROIT, Mich., March 13.
"Ned" Denby, one time gunntr's
mate on the USS Yosemite. state
legislator, state congressman,
hree year3 secretary of the navy,
a veteran of two wars and now a
raaior in the marine reserve corns l
came home today.
Thousands crowded the con
course at the Michigan Central
station as the former cabinet of
ficer arrived from Washington
and the route to the city hall,
where the Denby party was wel
comed by Acting Mayor Joseph A.
Martin, was lined with people. An
afternoon of receptions during
which thousands reiterated to Mr.
Denby their faith culminated in a
banquet in his honor at which re
presentatives of all political par
ties were present.
It was "more like a launching
than a going into dry dock." as
one speaker said, noting the en
thusiasm that greeted mention of
rumored future political activity
by the former secretary.
Mr. Denby read a prepared address.
PARIS, March 13. (By the A.
P.) The clash between the Poin
care government and the finance
committee of the senate over f is
cal measures designed to balance
the budget and restore the franc
in the exchange marketbegan to
day, and when the first skirmish
was over it was found that only
one of the adversaries had taken
a clrar position.
HILLYARD, Wash., March 13.
Bitten on the back of the neck
by his opponent during a clinch
at the close of the second round.
Billy Conley, 16.', tonight was
Eiven a deiXion over Frank Lang,
1S5, in the headline bout of the
smoker here. Conley had things
all his own way throughout the
two rounds and had knocked Lang
down five times.
Sumner Smith, 129, was given
a decision over Roy Morrell in
the fourth round. Al Gracia, 140,
knocked out Young Joe Benjamin
in the third. Paul Flannifan, 105.
and Mickey Lawler fought a four-
Fart Through Freight to All
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given, that on
the 2Cth day of February, 1924,
by an order of the county court of
the State of Oregon for Marion
county, Agnes Southworth was
appointed executrix of the last will
and testament and of the estate of
Charles W. Southworth, deceased
All persons having claims against
said estate are, therefore, requir
ed to file eaid claims, properly
verified with said executrix at
1105 Mission street, Salem, Ore
gon, on or before six months from
the date of the first publication
of this notice, to-wit: the 29tb
day of February, 1924.
J. M. Devers,
Attorney for Executrix.
CHARGED WITH BRIBERY
NEW YORK, March 13. Chas.
Peter of Salt Lake City, president
of the International Mascot Min
ing company of Pocatello, Idaho,
was held in $25,000 bail today on
a charge of grand larceny in con
nection with alleged stock swin
dles. His operations were said by
witnesses to hare covered a period
of nine years, to have extended
from New York to California, and
to have caused suicides, insanity
and destitute homes.
As an indoor sport, gossip
doesn't seem nearly so popular
since somebody mentioned dam
SEATTLE, March 13. An or
der dismsing the charge of crim
inal libel standing against Martin
Flyzek. president of district No.
10, United Mine Workers of Amer
ica, in the King county superior
court will be entered tomorrow.
Prosecutor Malcolm Douglas said
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Notice Is hereby given that tfc.
final account of Sarah Leon
Bernd, as executrix of the etu
of William August Bernd, deceit,
ed, has been filed in line county
court oi Aiarion county, Oregon,
and that the 31st day of March'
1924, at the hour of 10 b'clock
a. m. has been duly appointed at
the time and the court bouse at
Salem, Marion county, Oregon, as
the place for bearing of objections
to such final account and the set
tlement thereof, at which time any
person lnterestea in such estate
may appear and file .objections
thereto and contest the same.
SARAH LEONA BERND,'
Executrix of the above named
Ray L. Smith, 303 Salem Bank of
Commerce Bldg., Attorney ' for
said estate. ,
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LEGAL BLANK HEADQUARTERS
At Business Office, Ground Floor.
In the Circuit Court of the 8tats
of Oregon for the County. of
Marion. Department No. 2.
Henry 11. Gralapp and Amelia
Gralapp, hia wife,
Thomas Finch, Walter Finch,
Lutie Nally, Lola illnyard,
James S. Finch, Bessie
Finch, Julia Henson, now
Julia Deroe, TJra Henson,
now Ur'a Tyson, Henry
Henson, Finch Brown and
also known ' as Finch R.
Brown, Cassie Brown, now
Cassie Brown-Calvert, MInr
nie Brown, Maggie Green
wood, Bainy Brown and
also known as ZIna B.
Brown, Margie Brown; al
so all other persona or par
ties unknown claiming any
right, title, estate, lien or
interest in the real' estate
described in the complaint
herein. Defendants. 1
To Thomas Finch, Walter Finch,
Lutie Nally. Lola Minyard, James
3. Finch, Bessie Finch, Julia Hen
son, now Julia Devoe, Ura Henson,
now Ura Tyson, Henry Henson,
Pinch Brown and also known as
Finch R. Brown, Cassie Brown,
aow Cassie Brown-Calvert, Minnie
Brown, Maggie Greenwood, Bainy
Brown and also known as ZIna B.
Brown, Margie Brown, ,also all
other persons or parties unknown
claiming any right, title, estate,
!ien or interest in the real estate
lescribed in the complaint herein,
above named defendants:
In the Name of the State of Ore
gon, you and each of you are required-to
appear and answer thf
complaint filed against you In th
above entitled suit and set up tht
nature and character of your claia
to the real estate described In sai4
complaint, on or -before six weeks
after the 15th day of February!
1924, and if you fail to so appear
wd answer the said complaint,
for want thereof, the nlalntlffa will
! apply to the said court for the re-
uer prayed for and demanded In
said complaint, to-wit: For a de
cree against you and each, of you
mat you nor any of you have an?
right, title, estate, lien or interest
In, of or to the following described
real property, namely:
Beginning at a point on the
north line of the donation land
claim of Isaac N. Gilbert and wife
in township 7 south, range 2 west
of the Willamette meridian,' in
Marlon county, Oregon, said be
ginning point being north 89 de
grees 4 minutes west. 2.451
chains, from the northeast corner
of a tract of land deeded by I. K.
Page to F. Mickenham on June
10, 1903, said deedbeine recorded
in Marion county records, book of
deeds, volume 82, page 523. and
running thence south 20.40 chains
to the center of the road leading
from Salem to Howell Prairie;
thence north 89 degrees 43 min
utes east, in the center of ! said
road, 7.353 chains to the south
west corner of . a tract of land
deeded to Bird Nickenham.' De
cember 16th, 1909, and recorded
In book 111, page 79 of deeds:
thence north 20.40 chains to the
north line of the said donation
land claim of Isaac N. Gilbert and
wife; thence south 89 degrees 45
minutes west, along the north line
of said claim, 7.353 chains to the
place of beginning, containing 15
acres, , more or less, In Marlon
county, Oregon; and that the
plaintiffs are the owners in fee
simple of the said premises and
their title be forever quieted, and
you and each of you be forever
barred and enjoined from assert
ing or claiming any Tight, title,
estate, lien or interest in or to the
said premises adverse to the plain
tiffs' said title.
And you and each of you will
also take notice that this sum
mons is served upon you by publi
cation thereof in the Oregon
Statesman, a daily newspaper pub
lished in Salem, Marion county.
Oregon, said publication of said
summons to be once a week for
six weeks, by order of Hon. Geo.
G. Bingham, Judge of said court,
made on the 13th day of Febru
ary, 1924; and that the date of
the first publication of this sum
mons is the 15th day of February,
1924, and the date of the last pub-!
lication thereof will be on the
28th day Of March. 1924. ' j
JOHN BAYN15, ,
Attorney for the Plaintiffs.
Residence, Salem, Oregon.
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