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SAUElMrOREGON.TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 2, 1926
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Party Factions Are at'Ltg-
yci iicaud vnatyw ?
by Two Groups
City "and ' State Of f klala Bald to
" Vlf Attended Baaqnet
' -j; Coatrtftated :'fto ;by '! .-; '
the' Underworld ,
I ' CHICAGbvilarca (By .. A'
soclated ; Press.) With the ; city's
crime conditions and hints of poli
tical "signUlcance formally ? aired
at Washington, in the petition of
the Chicago s BetterGovernment
association; for a agressiona! in-
are at loegerneaas.. t .
, 'Intense feeling, here Jtoday,, cen
tered about two photographs tlr-
dulated In' connection with the
petition charges that States . At
torney ' CroSre was t a rguest rat. a
1 24, Wnquet given by the f Genna
brothers and other Gangsters. i
: One 'bf the pictures was sprint
ed by the Chicago Tribune; today I
abd , was ?a, reproduction. of the
speakers" table at the,.bai4wtjr
f erred to Jn the petition Dreseniea fiurpaga the Bpiendid efforts of the
to the : senate SaturdAy';by4 Vice 6ther contestants U eritiUed to. all
President. Dawes.: It snowed "Mr. the jraise that' It is poBsible to be
CroweSecretary of State:Ennner- BtoW on her; and other contestants
Bon. 'Lleuteiant Governor Sterling wui no doubt throw ".up their hats
and other; state and municipal of- 'and cheer for the wlnner, ;real
; flclals sea'te'd at the table, j ""' . lzing ,fuU well that a young lady
- Friends, ef the state's attorney who has the ability to surpass
pointed out ttt severat represen- their ownsplendid efforts Is en
atives.'bf; hd;toppbsm? iaCro tltleatto all, (he pralse tt is os
headed by Senator eneen, were sible to bestow on her.
' also in theVhotographs and "a,sec- . JThe. race was a v close " Tone
n6i( 5f a party given in 1925 throughout the entire period and
' Jamond 1 Joe!, EaposltoItaP; it was anybody's race up to the
ader and alleged oootleggeri doslngJ'nbur.. . While- Miss Wll
siowed Senator Deneen and others Hams won this splendid prise,
as Quests. ,-"riu!w.-.;. there lareseveraT . other r contest
Rer E. t,. Wmiams, -law: en- ants very -close to her and a very
farcement director of the better Httle effort on the part of several
j . ...nMirtn.'wtitniMl contestants would put them In
today frbjn Washington, and Issued
statement denying that the peti
Jion for. a senate investigation of
- conditions in Chicago was drawn
with the assistance of politicians.
' : "The banauet picture printed by
the Tribune." he asserted "show
the best reason why I would not
have conferred with elthe side
. .'Coatlsm! mm. pai'.VV- ,
SANITY IS QUESTIOIIED 1
IIQUOR CASE roiNCTPAIi AS-1
PIRES TO SlaYORALXX .
SEATTLE. March 1.--7 "As
sociated Press.)- Louis Cobb, dis
missed defendant in tne.uimsteau
liquor conspiracy case,- told a san
ity commission here tbdastthat he
had bet 1160 to $5,000 Ithat fce
weald be , Seattle's next 4mayor.
Tb" committee, recommended that.
Cobb be put In a hospital: 60 days
for observation. ' Judge I ETeirett'
Smith Is to decide on-the matter
' When asked If he believed he
could still be elected mayor at the
final election March: , Cobb., rer
idled: : ry'-uH
-Well, .worse things have hap-
T a .nut If 1 IrMIA.
PRISON HERO IS FREED
REWARD 3LA3CFIRE AID :.
As fa reward "for hI;heroic!
Lservico. "drirtng .the , recent Jin-.
prison.' flakJ pUnt, George WU-:
Hams, will be .released 'from Jthe
penitentiary tbday; It, was an
nounoed -yesterday tr: Gbvernpr
Pierce, after he "had commuted
Williams' sentence of five
years r to four; 'years. -n4 . io .
months. Williams was received
at a the prlson - irom . -uaaer
eon ntv.fnr-nS.nslatHT titer.
I It was due largely to "WU-
V conflned.-to. a'SmallfO'ea
.bn officials declared. : Late?
Ucbnvlcts while : In : the prisoh,
yard, and received injuries
which sent him to the institu
tion hospital. : ! . "
H-?W. Keliey, ah.other.o9-,
-vlet, who wasseTtoaslyhnrr
In an accident in the: prison.
flax plant some time ago, will
also be released today, afterH
nis semense naa Deen cut irom
five years to four ,f years and
nine- months. lie was received
-from-Lane -county on- a- forgery?
charge. , ? - I ' ;
Profor, Two Stii dents : ,;
i 'Stage Impromptu Concert
Three Resfen From Oregon University as Result of -."Indis-
4. - T
' "creet Hehavior; ureeK ana laun uiraiur iui, ;
Says "He Is Not Enjoying Himself.' ,
t . . ',.'..' i . . i' T " ''..
assistant prof essor of Greek and Latin at the University of
Oregon, and Frank Miller Chapman and. Herbert. Mclntyre
Graham. HbotMofi Fortlana, stuaentsac ine umvexsiiy iaw
SCI lot) 1 nave itcvcicu i.uiun..uu"j v... j -- -
result;of "indiscreet behavior! it was announced by officials
here-today. .j ' ' ' , T
:v The-resignation of Professor Jdhnstones comes, it is said,
as the result of an early morning gathering of the tutor and
NlrtA WIllLlAMS TAKES 0
TDfAnOTJD RING CONTEST
WINNER - ASKED TO REPORT
: TO OFFICE AT ONCE r
I Many Contestants Close as Radio
; Set Offer Opens; Workers
re"Very Actlre ; ' J
By Auto ' Contest Editor
After: checklne' and - rechecklne
jery, yery carefully ihe - amount
of subscription cash received from
February ' 8 1 to February'? 7, ; the
AutomobUe Contest fEditor de
cided that Nina : Williams was "the
winner ' of ' the diamond " ring "arid
If this young lady will come , to
The Statesman office we will give
her an order, for the ring and she
can go to Burnett Bros.; Jewelry
8tore,fcget the ring, have It - fitted
to her.' finger, and enjoy it as long
as "she llkeW-iiZ l-.
Congratulations are in f order
today for , Miss Williams; . for ra
the lead at the present time. And
accordingly, as we enter, the radio
prize period, several contestants
hot only start even for the regular
prize, but they are almost even in
the face for the granu prize.
The announcement of the
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WATER SUIT IS STARTED
. An Jnjunct-ion against ' the city
of Salem and city officials, to pre
vent the paying of $2,500 to
Stevens and Koon of Portland for
an appraisal of the Salem Water
company's plant, was sought yes
terday in a complaint filed In the
circuit court. ! l;
The. plaintiffs In the case are
T. U. Waldorf, L. H. Buter, F. O
Bartholomew, Carrie E. Bartholo
mew "and :Alta ; M. Chiwe, all tax
payers vand .residents of the city.
Clyde O". Rice ' as" city treasurer
and Mark Poulsen as city record
er, are named; defendants in the
action. K The i appraisal of the
wateV plant was recently ordered.
Ith a -view to the purchasing of
it by the city. ; r ' ;
l;The. suit- Is Instituted on the
grounds that the city council is
unauthorized to - pay the amount
and ; that the t transfer is illegal.
Another' point on which the affair
U contested lies in the fact that
the prbvision for the -amount did
not appear in the' city budget.
CALLS ..EXPERIENCE ; WORTH
J ABOUT FIVE DOLLARS" ,
Thomas B. Kay. Btate treasurer
Monday had the" distinction ot be
ing allowed to dictate the amount
of his fine for a traffic violation,
The state - treasurer was arrested
Sunday, when he failed to observe
a stop sign on one of Salem's prin
cipal streets. ? ... . t
-.7 Upon i making his appearance In
the recorders: court Monday, Mr,
Kay 'was asked , to - designate the
amount he should 4"pay as a - balm
for" the traffic offense.- The state
treasurer, said 4 he thought the ex
perience-was worth-about $6.
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AUTO EARNINGS GROW
- NEW. YORK,. March . l.(AP.
Earnings bf 'Dodge- Brothers
Inc.." automobile J manufacturers.
established a new high record In
1925,- with -net Income expanding
tn 28.69 8.846. compared with
$19,965,440 la the preceding year
two Biaaenis in v iuu.ru iuui uu ua
camnus. (February 20, when a
party termed "a bit 'noisy was
featured by an impromptu concert
and the ' trio ', was requested to
leave the building at 4 a. m. .
The tw students have not been
on the campus for two weeks and
escaped the discipline that would
surely have bsen meted out' by" the
Professor Johnstone admitted
that a ! party had been held and
denied ' that there had been any
liquor consumed. - ,
1 s-."I havo found Tnyself tempera
mentally Incompatible -with con
ditions as they are at Oregon.' he
offered. ''The' things that 'I Jike
to do are not understood, and I
resent' restrictions. : A man who
is interested In music late at night
Is said to be peculiar here. If
anything Is done at night, an ex
planation is sought which charges
drunkenness. ; No such charges
have been made by the university
officials. ' It was really ' a mutual
agreement between : the adminis
trative officials and myself. I am
not enjoying myself, here.
Professor Johnstone graduated
from Oxford In 1924.
OFFEE VICTIM ACTIVE
ORIGINAL. DASIAGE REQUEST
OF f500 JUMPS HIGHER
Allen J. Mitchell, the man who
spilt; some hot coffee on his leg
at the Salem auto park last year.
andt n, -whp. claimed . .-. damage
mounting to'6ver"$5o6 was again
heard from at. the meeting of the
ity council last night. . :
Mitchell,! through -his Iowa at
torney. Clark Todd McConnell,
refreshesthe city's memory that
his claim, is based On the con ten-
tlon that the table In the park 'at
which he sat was defective. As
a slow running sore resulting from
the burns is still unhealed, Mit
cbell wishes now to have the city
reimburse him with $750 dam
If ihe city does hot show will
ingness to act in the matter, Mr.
Mitchell , intimates sntt will be
started. He contemplates making
a trip ''to "the coast this summer.
and would like to have the bear
ing at! that. time. The communi
cation 'was referred to the park
board and the city attorney.
First rBB! j Dropped C as Too
Svleeirigr SccbnrJ 6rdi-
KAY ?PARK "ISSUE ENDED
Ruildfns Code; ; and 'Perhilt Peti
tions. Massed f to . !'ZOning , i
'CommbifiWn; . f'Rhbrt j'
At the shortest council tteetfng
In the last six 'months,' the matter
Df purchasing the fKay ""park site
was -evidently Settled I forever, the
'jun "ordinance was rejected on
recommendation or the committee.
and (report oi tne special commit
tee to f confer with the " city -plan
ning and zoning commfssion was
received. - f J
A report . was- read sta ting-that
the Kay park site can be pur.
chased for $6,000 cash. The deed
is at -present resting In a local
bank, and will be delivered to the
city as soon as negotiations are
completed. The city - authorized
definitely the purchase, which will
probably be transacted today.
And herewith ends, or apparent
ly ends, a story that has been a
point of contention m the city
council for nearly a year. 4
Because tbe- junk ordinance
drawn up is said to be too drastic.
the ordinance committee recom
mended that it not pass. The re
port was adopted by the counciL
Alderman, E- S. Purvlne explained
that a new ordinance is being
drawn up that will attempt to
. That all petitions for building
permits be referred to the zoning
(Contibned on pse 8)
Salem : Public Schools
Frances Hrubetz, teacher of
English at Salem high school.
Three years at Salem high school:
Four -years teaching experience
Graduate of University of palifor
nia. .Summer school at Columbia
university. Represented Salem at
last .meeting of National Educaf
tion association at Washington, D.
C. Actively interested In drama,'
being coach of ''Good
Annabel!" last student body play.
CAREFUL THERE BROTHER'
1 , i
One Thousand People Home
less; One Dead and Many
Injured by5 Blaze
LOSS OVER ONEillllilbfs
When'" Flames' Sweep Through
Arkansas Town; 'Sol
fliers on Guard
; NEWPOR'T. "Ark., March i.-
( By Associated Press. ) Newport
was virtually under, martial law
tonight . with ' qne dead,,. several
Injured and one fourth of its popu
lation of 4,000 (homeless, as a reJ
suit of a - fire which destroyed
more' than 280 of Its homes. -The
loss was estimated at $1,000,000:
The homeless were sleeping in
churches, the, high acbpoLbuilding.
which escaped the flames, and
some in the park. A national
guard unit was en route here with
The American Lesion post pa
trolled the streets ' to keep down
possible looting. . The fire started
this afternoon when a spark from
a flue ignited the roof of a negro
cabin on the river bank. The
flames jumped to the V. O. Jones
Lumber company plant, igniting
lumber piles, and spread to negro
houses on the river front and to
the stave yard of the Merryman
The Merryman plant is east on
the river. From It sparks set
eight or ten houses almost simul
taneously. A hierh wind, waa hlowlne and
flames spread rapidly, sweep
ing, clean a space bounded rough
ly on the west by the White river,
on the east by Remmel avenue, on
the north by Hazel avenue and on
the south by Chastin's Addition.
TY COBB OPERATED ON
GROWTH IS REMOVED FROM
EYE OF GEORGIA PEACH
BALTIMORE, Md. March 1.
(By Associated Press.) Ty Cobb,
manager of the Detroit American
league baseball club, underwent a
successful operation for removal
of a small growth from his left
eye today. Dr. William Holland
Wilmer, who performed the oper
ation at the Wilmer eye clinic of
Johns Hopkins hospital, pronounc-
Gracious.jed the Georgia Peach's condition
Gdurity Willi Jbin Spring:
Window Display Festival
City Council Cast Unanimous Vote to Close Streets for Auto
ad Style Show; 10,000 to Join in First Annual
V Frolic of Spring -r
. By unanimous vote, the, city council at its meeting last
night voiced its approval 6f the first annual Window Display
Week being' promoted by tne Salem Ad club. , h : : ;
Permission was: granted, the Ad club to close Court street
from High to Liberty streets and from Liberty to Commer
cial streets from 7 to 9:30 o'clock on the opening evening:
Tuesday, March 1G. .
l These two sectioria "will be used for a grand auto and
style show. Extra traffic of ficers will be hired at the ex
pense or the Ad club to direct
traffic from the sections closed.
- Mayor J. B. Giesy 'instructed
the ! comm ittee On ' health and ; po
lice and Chief 'Frank Mlnto to
make arrangements' for the rout
ing of the street buses during the
hours the street' is closed.
Lester Schlosbefg, "secretary of
the "Ad club, explained why : the
week is Ifteing introduced ' by the
club. t , if j
"In 'launching' thi3 Spring Win
dow Display week, we tare trying
to take the gloom out of .the' show
windowsot j Salem ,' he declared.
"We are" trying to get people to
come to town to "window shop.
"Along with the ' auto "show in
the two sections v of streets 'we
have askell ' you tp close tempor
arily for us, we wiU put on a
style show. t We wiil have strings
of lights along the sides of the
street to afford ample light.
"On the opening night, besides
the auto show, there will be a
dance at the Salem armory to
which all are invited, no charge
being, made. A seven piece or
chestra will provide the music.
In addition to this,, we have hired
a band to play on the streets.
"All the Bhow windows In the
city are to be dressed behind cur
tains on the day ot the 16th. At
7:30 o'clock in the evening, show
windows all over town are to be
"We hope to make this an an
nual affair. We believe this an
nual week will help to bring out-of-town
trade to our city. That is
one of our aims, to get the people
from the surrounding towns to
come to Salem on" the opening
night, and other days of the week
to see what Salem has to offer.
"We believe we are not exag
gerating when we predict that "at
least 10,000 people will be on the
down town streets of the city on
the opening night to view the
Following is the program for
7:30 to 9:30 Band music.
7:30 Unveiling of show win
dows. Judges' decisions.
9:30 Free dance at Salem
armory. Ad club members on re
ception committee will wear badg
es. Santiam Syncopators will fur
nish dance music.
HOBO PROVIDER FAILS
MANY GO HUNGRY WHEN
STRANGER FAILS TO SHOW
, CHICAGO, March 1. (By As
sociated Press.) Haif of the
itinerants of West Madison street,
thoroughfare of hoboes, became
stationary for an iiour today at'
the doors 'of the hobo college in
anticipation ! of the return of the
mysterious land affluent sis-anger
who has appeared daily at the
hobo haven 'to stake the crowd to
lu ached. j
.The stranger who refused to re
veal his name and who yesterday
took 300 tramps to lunch, today
attracted a crowd of 1,000 and
then failed to show up. .
, "He t just inade a pile in a big
'crap game; and has Mowed it,'
one disappointed - hobo surmised:
But the majority believed ho is at
least a big butter and egg man,'
land intends to come back tomor
EMPLOYES 'ASK FOR MILL
FACTORY WAfJ TO HAVE BEEN
SOLD TO WORKERS, SAID ,
, SEATTLE, March 1. ( By As;
eociated 'Press. X Asa Martin, for
22 years anj employe of the O..B.
WUllams company operating - a
$250,000 sash ; and door factory,
filed here today a ' petition in in
tervention in. the -estate of O.. B.
Williams, founder of thejcompahy
Tiie petition asked that provisions
of WiUiams will, under which the
factory was to have been sold to
the em ployes for 175,000, be exe
cuted.i .j . Irfv . 7s-.yi-M
;) Executors of. the will Include
Hannah E. Williams, widow, of O.
B, Williams, who died two years'
ago.: - She- claims halt tl:e business
as -community. property, but "Mar
tin, representing 55 ! fellow, em
ployes, asserted, that Williams had
the factory before his' marriage. !
SEATTLE MAN NAMED ,
YAKIMA; March 1. S. B. San
ders ,ott Seattle rwas re-elected
president or tne w Washington State
Agricultural council," ah organ iza.
tlon I o f state ,"Iar m - cooperatives
during the annual meeting here
today, ' i
legion force unites ;
in Member campaIgn
UTILIZATION OF CASH BONUS
AND INSURANCE URGED
Delegation to Travel to Portland
to See TOO Veterans
Major W. P. Simpson, secretary
or the state bonus and loan com
mission, addressed 300 members
or Capitol Post No. 9, American
Legion, gathered last night to or
ganize the annual, membership
campaign which has, as a set
goal, an enrollment of 1,000 vet
erans. One hundred members volun
teered to help Commander Vick
McKenzie in the work which
opens tomorrow morning, team
members to meet - at Brown's
warehouse at 8 a. m. The pres
ent enrollment is 501.
During his talk. Major Simpson
explained how the cash bonus
could be refunded under certain
conditions. Twenty veterans, who
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NARCOTICS ARE SEIZED
OPIUM VALUED AT .980,000
TAKEN; OWNERS ESCAPE
VICTORIA, B. C, March 1.
(By Associated .Press.lTT-rA runfc
containing 135 tins of opium and
val ued at 1 80,000 was seized by
customs officials : here today. It
was landed a week ago from the
trans-Pacific liner Empress ,of
Russia. The owner failed-to ap
pear. ? . : ... .
. SEATTLE, March 1. -(By .As
sociated Press. ) After . federal
Judge George . M- Bourquln of
Montana had Imposed penalties
aggregating sixty days in Jail and
$525 in fines on eight persons who
pleaded. milty, to "violating the nar
cotics 'laws . here today, federal
narcotic agents 'Initiated what
promised to be a boycott of his
court. ; .. , . . ..
Chief, Agent, Harry V. William
son directed . Agents C W. Pater
son and G. y. Close to file against
the eight defendants in the state
courts with the hope of obtaining
STRAWBERRY CROP CUT
TONNAGE FROM "KEN N E W ICK
DISTRICT TO BE MUCH LESS
. YAKIMA, Wash., March '.
Strawberry, tonnage, in the Kenne-
wick district Vill amount to about
10 car lots durlnz 1926 or only
half "of the 1925 tonnage accord-!
ing to Lee M, Lampson of Kenne-
wick, manager of t,he; Three Rlv-
er0 rowers' association. - The re
duction is due to -many vines be
ing plowed up on account of! the
severe freeze of two years ago.
Asparagus tonnage - in Benton
county Will amount to 50 cars this
year or twice that of 1925.be said
The : increase 'is due to enlarged
acreage. . ..:
The -increased, asparagus .ton
nage; will be shipped east as the
northwest demand - is - well eared
for, ,ie .'. explained.. The. Benton
eary potato, acreage will' be In
creased 30 per cent, Lampsbn re
ported..'!": rf '-:f "!."!! :
;:.;t;."- trV.-ri: r? ; i ...
GETS OO DAYS, flOOFINE, AND
. CAR HELD BYCOIJRT 4 ;
- ' t' '' w' "M M- -- ''- 'r ''
1; HenrypH1? -15 a farmer Jot
the Geryals district, " received a
hard jolt in justice court yesterday
when ; he appeared 1 before : Brazier
C Small justice of the peace, bn
a. charge of driving an 'automobile
while- lnitoxfated.t..-;V-. ZJ- i ': '
i'Enterlnff'a plea of rguilty'to the
charge, he was sentenced', to 60
days In the bounty jail, fined jlOO,
and hadhls drivers' Jllcense taken
away.' for one year.rBesides this.
Sheriff Bower has : been given ln
structidns "to nold Hansen's car
for a period of 60 days, in accord
ance with a law -passed by .'the
Is 2 5 : legislature! tHi sisi v.j
Hansen .was ? arrested . Sunday
evening by city police and the case
was transferred from the xity de
partment to the district justice
co'urt. ;' .'...:;"!.'L ;
Secretary ? Mellon Thinks
Little of Andrew's Sug
gestion for Probe
SAYS PUBLIC VIEW SET
Nation Has Made Up Its Mind One
: Way or Other, Mellon Ho
States; Inquiry Would
WASHINGTON. March l.r (By
Associated, .Press.) Appointment
ot a presidential , commission . to
conduct an In vestlgat Ion into the
general effecti of the .-prohibition
amendment was f proposed r today
by Assictanc secretary Anarews in
charge of enforcement, but it was
immediately frowned npon by Sec
retary Mellon. " f. . . ..."
Expressing the; hope that the
inanity started today-in the house
alcoholic liquor traffic c6mmissioa
Into prohibition would result In
such a recommendation, Mr. An
drews,, speaking informally,' said
It. '' would do much to fjrulet ' the
public mind and aid enforcement
work.".- ; .!
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Secretary Mellon took ,an oppo
site view on tbe proposal of his
chief enforcement officer, bowever,-
expresslng . the opinion that tbe
public has made up. Its mind either
for or against.. prohibition, and
such an investigation would be of
Mapping, out plans for" Its study
ot the effect of , the operation, ot
the 18th amendment,, the house
committee, today .decided .to call
Mr, 'Andrews as its. ilrst : witness
pro Dably next Monday., Chairman
Hudson . indicated the proposal, of
the ! assistant I secretary might be
endorsed after j a preliminary In
quiry, by the committee. .
Another viewpoint, however.
was expressed byWayne B, Wheel
er, general counsel of the anti
Saloon League, of ."America..
."Congressional, leaders are. not
inclined to authorize any new com
mission to Investigate, the results
of DrohlbItion,!,he,said."A con
gressional committee la the' usual
one. to .investigate 'conditions on
which congress acts. .The alco
holic! liquor traffic"; committee Is
making an IhveStlgatlon and this
Contiaad i t .)
FRESHMA N 'GLEE COM IN (3
ORIGINAL' SONGS AND WORDS
TO FEATURE EVENING
. - t,.-' . V " ' "'"',
Freshman Glee, one of the out
standing; event ot the Willamette
school year, will be held Saturday
evening at 8:15. The Salem Arm
ory has been engaged for the i -casion,
as it has a greater seatinir
capacity than the Willamette gym
nasium.!' -. : ' y
Egbert Thompson 'of Salem. 'a
member of the freshman class, U
managing the Glee. Each class
will! present a song written and
composed by its - own , members.
Judges will "award respective
places to the classes. -'
Edith Mickey has written Ihe
words and composed' the music to
the senior song.' ! The junior sons,
words -and .music, was compogf 1
by Malcolm Mrdler. Louise Find
ley and Kenneth McCormick col
laborated. 'InwrUfug the "sopho
more song. The music for the
freshman song was composed I y
Carolyn, Parker - while . Crystal
Mills wrote the worda- . .
Admission Is free. jTickets for
the. reserved sections have 'been
given to the students. The public
is invited.. - . , . -
" The Muscle. Shoals,
begun in the senate.
. . : .
fight W . i
Wbconslnt won its
fight with Michigan.
The- Watson-Parker rallrc
labor bill was passed by the hou
The supreme court iel r art (
Wisconsin's Inheritance tax 1
invalid. . , j
. . a
r 'Fafia 'leaders Jraltcre 1 f ; . :
conference with "metil-ra cf c
gress over farm les'-'.atl--..
Secretary Mellon' r ;
tant-Secretary -And. ';
to an inve-"-tion rf r
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