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' SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY: MORNING, MARCH 2$, 1926
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Cjtizens-ffd vised to Cairy
. ftoof of Biflibitity , ttf
2Xembers Will Cb OnHMid 'UThen
PoIl-Ope " Monday , at 3 .-
o'clock for Teachers
Salarj Issue ' '
v Who maT.;,Totoiiext Monday In
tnu speciall eliectioap fori th read
justment of - salary: schedule : for,
;Salein school teachers?? UiU is a
question tsonstaotly beins - asked
ahont' the f city; as . the election
lootnVttp,5 less than a week in the
'distance.';-''.; .; .: "
Any tatpayer taayTote, ac
, 'cording to Ir. H t tt Olingvr;
chairman of " the school Jboard.
. That Is, any property -holdes?S in
tae city or any person- hoMlng
Bock in any property or corpora
tion paying taxes may rote. The
Voter must be, of course, 21 years
Of age. - tilPl'-l:''k ':P 'K?
- Tor this special election, -wMcn
la only a matter of Especial tax
lery, no registration Is required,
according to DrV Olinger. T The
-rbter merely goes to the polls and
casts his ballot. It Is suggested,
howerer, that roters hare some
proof arailable ,' that thejr are
Office of the Salem branch; of
the Associated : Oil company ' on
Commercial street between Ferry
and Trade, just across the street
from the offices of The Oregon
Statesman, will be the location of
the election booths. : Votes may
be caBt5T(een 2 o'clock In the
0: aternclJnd 7 o'clock ,ia; the
;elreiilng' rf-:: :'': ;
' At the meeting of; the school
bbard Tuesday night, il ,was voted
to hold a special (' meeting: just
, before the opening of thel polls on
Sfonday. The : members., of. the
board will be on hand to see that
the election is7 launched, properly.
'A Citizens of the Englewood dis
trict met Tuesday night at the
nglewood school house, and dis
cussion revealed that sentiment In
that part . of i town is practically
unanimous in faror of the pro
posed readjustment of the salary
schedule for teachers. . , '
' Lincoln ParentrTeacher assocla-
tlbn also met Tuesday night and
expressed confidence in the teach'
era' support 'In the comlii'ele-
tlon. At a previous meeting mem
bers of the , 1 Lineoba- - association
Vent unanimously'! on' ' record" as
farorlng theorise in pay. for the
teachers. .'; . :"
At the r.meetingt ot the school
board. Ktle as. said' coifc trnWg
the election. ;it being held that as
tne election is, , neany at nani;
little can be done but await re
sults. It wastintlnatedV ljowever
tlit'aifts ofJJie- elections-would
be a marked influence in the
making out of teachers contracts
fdr the coming' year.' ' '
:-1 Mr. Palmer reslaent of South
Fourteenth street,, Iras preeent at
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REVERSE SCHOOL- 60ABD
STUDENTS NOT OBLIGED TO
SIGN PLEDGES, HELD
PORTLANtJ, Ore:.' March lY. -
(Bf Associaied Press. Presid
ing Judge Stevenson of the circuit
court decided j today that the
Portland public school board had
&b legal right to compel high
c school students to sign anti-fra-
tdrnlty: pledges - as a qualification
for ..admission - to s high school
classes.,::-: 4- '. " '' " -'
' . The opinion "was given in the
- case of R. v L- Bunch and " C P.
. Peyser, against the school board
on behalf of therf daughters - who
wera technically suspended- from
. school,when they , refused to sign
the antraternjty, pledge, .y
I Salem Public Schools
nxsssrxxa 1 '"
: ;Rutn 6tenner. teacher, of the
third grade at : Garfild elemen
tary schooL Fire years with Salem
school system. Graduate of Tempe
- normal school of Arizona. Summer
4 school-at Flagstaff normal school
"Of Arizona. One of. the promising
Dyat: msiican Clients
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r iiright Uye and ispriujy
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NOGALE& Ariz.i' ifarch
'The SoAora divorce xaiU& continim to grind; onp swiftly and
Streama of dissatisfied mairied'iolK. rmosUyfiTOTnert
flow thropgb this border: point,
weanea iooks axua gestures- ana rexarn wiin prwgy step uu
sniilih facQ fbi tucke)& 4wy to their inside rocket'ortofledj
leather bags? are; aniKmrnitnlent' papers as; theTdiyoitie ? de-
des' areyknoWtitin tKa MeXicaTl
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ATTACKS :: OH; AMERICANS
FnH: AccoastJifg; aad- Ptcalsmfent
of Gnfltjr; Ope rs Deinandef
MEXICO, CITjr, i March 23.
(By. ; Associated presst ) - Four
Americans on the west coast have
been attacked) recently . by Mexi
cans and the American embassy
has requested the Mexican - gov
ernment to punish, the guilty per
sons. Two of the Americans were
killed and " one: wounded. The
ranch, of tha.-fourth w- raided
by a "band-' of outlaws; who fired
many shots.. - '"" 't '
The-latest victim of the atroci
ties . was: - Joe Hall an ' American
employed by the Mexican National
railways, who according .to notifi
cation made to the American em
bassy by J. Winsor Ives, vice con
sul at Macatlan, was j "brutally
stoned- to death.' ' " ;
Halt, was killed hear thV town
of Ixtlan, not-far fron Macatlan'
yesterday and-it waS: close "to this
place that Rex McI)pone was mur
dered and E. H. Heldenkamp ser
iously wounded by - bandits : on
March 14 last. . r-U Z:L '-x
; "The ranch of J. M.! Feeley . si
AcamparoJ state of Guanajuato
was raided Sunday ' night by 2 5
armed men. Feeley notified the
Mexican authorities and asked for
protection from " the American
embassy. J . f . ; ;.jXi,c
The Mexican government u Jhas
Instituted an investigation of the
outrages and the-embassy is await
in gdetalled information: r -..
ALBURQUERQTJE, N. M.. Mar.
23. (By, Asspclated , Press.)
Mrs. Bertha M. Hall, mother" of
Joe Hall, j reported ln dispatches
as having been stoned'-to death
by Mexicans at" Tuxpam, said to
night she had- been advised by a
Southern Pacific of Mexico official
that her son was, killed accident
ally i by a fair 6t rock I a rail
road tunnel. She' said she ras
advised that the accident occured
near Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico,
PLANS MAMMOTH PLANE
AllSCItAFT WOULD CAlSftVl'OO
. PERSONS AS PASSENGERS
r NEW YORK. March, 23-r(By
Associated'. : Press:)' -?f Asserting
that he has "solred every problem
of- flying''.AlfredrW. Lawson. who
six years ago designed, built and
flew a- 28-passenger airplane from
I Green Bay, Wis., to New York,
sata toaay ne is planning tne con
struction 6f i 100 passenger1 air
plane to fly-fron New, York to
San Francisco in a non-stop flight
of 30 hours. . . "; rr-
- He asserted ' the neW" machine,
Which- Is to be built at Plalnf ield,
N: will be5 "completed within
a year.? ? The- fare will, be three
cents-' a? mile- per person- he- said.
Describing his proposed, air lin
er as "the largest ship ever built,"
Mr. Lawson said it . would be
drtven by,. 10. Liberty motors of
400' horsepower each. It will have
a wing spread of 200 feet, a total
weight loaded of-100,000 ponntis
and the ability to- carry 5,000
pounds of freight-In addition to
a full passenger list, he added. -
three killed; m blAze
two To?5iAtr"Bib ? wnrj
FIRE DESTROYS. IIOSIE
-.- 'SMITH, "Alt a - March 23. Cy
Associated Press) Richard 'Yin-
cent,? 3, Farreil Vincent," and
Miss Nellie Cory, 19; a maid, were
burned in a fire which3 destroyed
a store - here ' today. -Miss Cory
had been 1 caring for, th children
Her - body was found near a : be4
where they had 4 beeif sleeping -in
the building.'''-- '-M -h'j
MEASURE AUTHORIZES I SALT
OF LAND GRANT TEkHJER
- . WASHINGTON, March 23.
(By Associated Press) The Haw
ley bill fo authoriMj. the- sale ,of
timber 'on "the" Oregoa"nd' 'Cali
fornia railroad "and the! Coos 'Bay
wagen road .land grants was or-
step; tjouns are uroTraea,-'.
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23. (By Associated Pres.y
- . . : v.- ?-4 ?f T-;-? ' 'i- V
They cross the border with
state: ' Hotels here are doing
f office business. j The nura-
tier of woman" ,Blghtsfeers ,-had
Increased1 mucft 4 mor 'than1 per
cepl.rblyi. r .'' " ;'r- : tv;u: T
Ttkixrht one hotel elerK pointed
si finger at. the - roster of. guests
and!' confided', In'5; a'. whisper,- that
eight women r there listed' -.-Were
standlrr,hy'r tor their decrees.
Ohe' of the "sfghtseers" came
here" recently accompanied by. her
"father.' " After" a few weeks dur
ingC,whica: she ;iTC sboweredy;lth
every parental .attention, she left.
It developed that' she was an east
ern woman r. seeking ; divorce and
that her, f atherf i was . a - lawyer.
Word has been received here, that
she has remarried: at Rochester,
N. Y., and so it goes, v The ' pre
paration of certain papers, necessary-
to Tgain ,si decree, . is' the im
portant feature- - Sometimes It
takes out a few days, sometimes
months,' for the papers must stand
on their own merits In the Sonbra
courts - where a blindfolded lady
decked in' flowing rebk holds
forth the scales of Justice, just ai
reassuringly as she doesjja Ameri
can courts. But if thepapers. are
"right" ; the blindfolded lady can
do her work in as" short a space
as seven days; : -
BARES, BOpZR OPERATIONS,
- SLAIN BY MOOXSIIDfERS'
Bluefield, W.-Va., March 23.
( By Associated . Press.) J ohn S.
Bowman, 66, of - Horse 'Pen, Va.,
wnose - severea douj was xouna
hidden in a hollow tree stump
near his home yesterday was slain
in revenge for having , Informed
officers of- alleged moonshine op
erations, Tazewell county authori
ties tonight' declared - announcing
they had - obtained a : confession
from one of five suspects arrested.
his hOme Sunday, Had been shot
seven ' times, . his ybod'y" dragged
down a mountainside ahd finally
severed in a creek.'
; Coroner Carlisle Reese . of .Po
cahontas, Va., tonight announced
a signed statement had been ob
tained from George Jones in. which
Were implicated- Henry, 'Robert,
and Mason Jones as the principals
ill-the slayingV;-;--?! -VP'
Confcsslcrf-i of YooihlaV
Clear Harry McEIrqy, ,
- , for 10; Years, 1
Richard' Dunn, 1-1 Years Old, Ad
4ts to Parents He GV f
, False Testimony at " '
CkH' Hearing f
. , . A narrative' of un justified Im
prisonment" that, would' make ' any
reader scoff if encountered in the
pages of a modern novel was writ
ten into- the records - of the' stat
penitentiary, Tuesday.' V : 4
Even the "modern film "producer
would Question the plausabilty of
the story-; of false "testimony, ahS
final confession, that sent 'Harr
McElroy ; on ' December 13 , intfl
prison clothes to" serve' sentences
aggregating 10 years, and no
seems ready to clear him of ullt
and restore his' freedom.
" Throughout . the hearing and
trial in connection with a series of
robberies in. California and South
ern Oregon, Harry McElroy
claimed his- innocence. Yet the
jury, found against him,- partially
on the testimony of a 14 year old
youth s who ' claimed he had been
employed by McElroy to assist' in
the crime. He was' sent to the pen
itentiary v dubbed a "modem
Fagln.", . v '
That testimony, was renounced
Tuesday, in letters received from
the chief of police at Fresno, Cal.",
stating j that; the youth, Richard
Dunn, of Oakland, had confessed 1
to. his. parents that he gave false
testimony , in . the courts of Jack
sonville, Oregon, last December; !
S M atha yo4BjtiDiHmd
minted to his parents that he was
implicated In the series of robber
ies. "He ' was apprehended near
Qpld ; Hill, ' and , upon being ques
tioned by the .officers said that
he had been employed by McElroy.
Young Dunn is now under arrest
at 'Merced, California, on a charge
of being implicated in the robbery
oi a service station.
It; was Indicated Tuesday, that
Dunn's confession would be turned
over to Governor Piercefbr Inves
tigation. McElroy is serving twb
terms, seven years for . burglary
and three years "for arceny.
TO IMPORT OPERA
Mrs. Oscar. Hammerstein,- widow
of" the impressario, announced
here today that she, would import
a French ensemble "for orpera.
FIRST AID TO TIIE INJURE!)
INTEREST OF WORKERS
CANDIDATES EAGERLY PILING
CP VOTES ON OFFER? ;
Success of This' Week Important
'in Taking Contest GrariSf -
" Prises ' " . .
By, Autd Contest Editor -:..
- The - question j now . foremost ; in
everybody's mind is, "Who win
be the big prize winner when the
Judges announce their official de
cision on April 10?" : The ques
tion is, "Will I have, enough' votes
when the final count is made to
put me over the': line, winner of
one of the big prizes?"
r The most determined efforts in
the' big race; fdr the bea'utifnl' rno
tor cars" and stacks of gold that
are soon1 to be awarded in The
Oregon Statesman's campaign
have, been launched. ;: Huge wages
of determination, gripping the as
pirants; for the .big prizes, the
votes ' are increasing4; in volume
and' are pouring - into" the contest
Enthusiasm of thef; candidates
has, spread to their friends and
acquaintances. In many sections
of the city and .surrounding terrl
borhood" pride!' is be(ng made to
tory a great amount of "neigh
have" one", of the .biggest, of the
prizes wbn ,b.v, the favorite con
testant, of each' community.
Many candidates who : call at
the contest department are ex
pressing new determination to put
forth "their best -efforts- during
this, .important; r period. Letters
from candidates in the outside
districts and their friends, filled
with the same sort of enthusiasm.
makes one believe - that the re
mainder of the race will be more
spirited and exceedingly close.
" The third' period is- now on and
the present 'vote' schedule will be
in , effect until' Saturday night,
tnn the schedule; Is .very, sharply
reduced to the lowest vote sched
ule of: the entire campaign which
is effective in the final -period.
- The longer yon delay lri getting
in full swing, the " less valuable
(Contlnnad oa par )
G0LC MEET ISf ARRANGED
TEA3IS AYILL COMPETE -IN
THIS CITY ON JTJN 18 ,
EUGENE.. Ore..; March 23.
(By Associated Press). The tri
angular golf .Honrnament between
Eugene, Salem and' Corvallis has
been dated, according to George
Hitchcock, chairman of the tourti-
ameni- committee oi me juugene
cbutttry club! Eugene will meet
Co'ValllS In the latter city May 16
and "on May' 30- the three teams
will competer in Eugene', while on
June 13- -the teams will play in
Salem. " ; '
Twenty-man teams will' repre
sent each city for a. cup to go to
the' leading group. . This- trophy
will be presenCed!bv the local" club
and will go permanently to the.
iowok iao mu year.
HUGE AIRSHIPS ,
Giant Dirigibles f.VouId Be
4 Thre6Times the Size of1
Mammoths of Air, Would be the
Largest Yet Constrdetody
Fnll Fighting. Equip
ment Is Planned
By John L. Lewing; tie.
Central Press Correspondent.
WASHINGTON, March r 23.
New heart has been given to tlfe
navy by the favorable reports' em
anating r from" congress" regarding
the. fate of the department's pro
posal to' build two 6,00t,0 0 Q ctthiic
foot dirigibles. ;.
? Only the other, day Secretary
Wilbur awarded contracts for the
constmctioii of 11 G. planes for the
navy, which will help1 close up tlfe
gp between the aerial standing of
foreign powers and that of the
United States. Now, with the tWo
largest airships in the World as
prospective additions to, the air
forces, navy men feel that the
fjnited States need not worrV
about Its vulnerability to air at
; The great airships planned for
the navy would be' flying arsenals
In time: of war, three times the
size of the ill-fated Shenandoah,
Snd fully equipped to protect
themselves against the most mod
ern fighting planes. William A.
Moffett, rear admiral, and chief cjf
the bureau of aeronautics of the
navy department, says one of the
8uper-rjgids could '.bring such a
Volume , of gunfire to . bear on. an
enemy plane ;'diyia K te jittack
aa make tEe pfane's success ffii'
Cpnceivable.' ' However, if-., tierje
We're a fleet of enemy planes; the
story might be tllif ec-v .
The ordnance on' the proposed
dirigibles consist of seven ' .50-
saliber machine guns, '13 single-
mount ,.30-caliber' machine guns,
five doublemount .3 0-caliber ma
chine guns and a one-pound auto
. The guns, are so situated that
an enemy aircraft -cannot approach
from any. direction or angle with
out permitting, a- concentration of
fire. Stability of, the rigld's gun
platform insures art accuracy, that
never could be equaled from
heavier-than-air' cratC But should
the gas-cells be punctured by bul-
lets, the crew, ot the- dirigible can
stop the holes "before siny appre
ciable loss of gas occurs.
It has been calculated the pro
posed ship' can be pierced in each
.ot the 1Q cells, with. 2JX holes- an
Con timed ea pip I)'
TULtY TC GIVE ADDRESS
,TO ADDRESS DEMOCRATS ON
' "' m.-... .V..'. w . il rt rf-... i
r " The" delflocratlc club of Oregon
-rill hold, its annual Jefferson Day
banquet-' In1 'Portland Tuesday
night. AprU'tStraccording to an
nouncement made here Tuesday
b'y" Carl ,C. DOnaugh, president or
thV orgattfsatloifP The ; banquet
will be4n- fh'e iiayure of apre-prl-mary
raVly"and will be attended
sections-efUhetstate. Dri Norman
K. Tully, pastof of the First Pres
;byterlari clfurttt Of Salem'wIU give
the principal address on tne lire
of Thomas Jefferson. Political
subjects will be. corered by other
VTcSf FILES5 CAnCIDACY
DKMOCK.VTIC NUTIONAL OOM-
; f MITTMANSHTP. ASKED
Oswald West of Portlahd Tues
day jriled'wi thfti secretary of
state" hferirhlr declaration of can-
fdldacy' for the! office of democratic
natlOxiaVcVm'mUteeman'at the pri
mary election Hay 21. : am for
a -.united democracy and ; abolish
ment - o twe- thirds ruleV' ' reads
the slbgan'adopted by Mr. .West.
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MEMBER OP . Bf ODOC ' . TBIBE
-' DIES AT AGE OK S3 YEARS
KtAilATn PALLS.1: Ore.,
March ,1 23-Vs- (By ' Aelociated
Prm V JnTin "Rail. 85 Modoc
Indian who t oughtagaihst - the
whiter" under :.the famous' Indian
chief,' Captain'Jackv in jth'e Modoe
war of 1871, dici at; Modoc Point
today.. Rail wa3. oco-pf Carta!a
- GBlp LARGE AUDIENCE
ALMA I MATER-. PLEDGE SONG
OPENS NIGHT PROGRAM
Londohderry Air Draws Repekted
- Applause Salem Student
' Were Present
.'An aggregation of, youthful
musicians such as Salem' has1 sel
dom had the opportunity of-' hear
ing" appeared last night ifl'strf ex
ceptionally ' high- grade'1 program
when . the "? University, of Oregon
men's" and women's glee clubs' and
the university orchestra, totalling
10 C. person's, presented, thetfr anti
cipated joint concert.
Opening with the Oregon; alma
mater song, which has recently
,6een changed to march time; the
program soon; waxed to splendid
Height s. Unexcelled musicianship
was displayed in. instance after'
Instance, with John Stark Evans
directing the two glee cluba and
Rexf Underwdod the orchestra.
Of particular , local interest Is
the; fact that a Salem ', student at
the university was represented in
each 'of the .participating organic
zatlons Pauline Knowland, ; with
the girls glee club; Harold, Soco
lo(sky with the, men's glee club,
and Delbert Mdore, violinist, with
the orchestra. , -:r-
. In a general way. the first ot
the evening was devoted- to the
ably trained vocalists, while the
orchestra contributed the'; num
bers of the latter half. f
, A memorable, feature of the
entire program was the dramatic
rendition of 'Alfred Noyes poem,
"The Highwayman, put fo5 musi
cal setting and all but enacted on
the stage last night by the two
glee clubs. ;',"' "
Vocal soloists for the early part
of the program 'were Roy Bryson,
a' tenor capable of unusually fine
voice effects; and' Eugene Carrv a
new i member - on the ' university
faculty, whose baritone is intense
ly pleasing. - '. '''iTt'
Probabfy.the most lovely of any
number, oh T the ; program " was the
Londonderry Air,' adapted by", Mr.
Underwood .for violin solo v with
accompaniment-' of four, violins,
viola, and piano, Delbert I Moore
Wnfc: thftsr jupatt. taisttth, a
creditable 'manner, that a repeat
was1- demanded . by. the , clamorous
audience. r? J ' - -'"l "''S J. '
Tlie apdience expressed keeii in
terest in Salnt-Saen's famous sym
phony. "Danse Macawbre'.',' which
was a number of ' particular' note
under Mr. Underwood's baton.'
; The finale of the evening
brought the entire body, of trained
musicians, both glee clubs and
thV orchestra, to. the stage" at
one time tor' the triumphant ren
dition of Wagner March and
Chorus, 'ttail Bright Abode" frOm
A big- audience at' the Heilig
heara""last'" nlghts program with
far 'more' than ordinary Interest.
DR. DOWNS JOINS; BOARD
PHYSICIA'N TO FILL VACANCY
ON SCHOOL : BOARD '
f Rr. Ci A. Ddwns was elected by
school' directors at their meeting
Tuesday jiight to fill the vacancy
bn the Salem" school oard created
by" the resignation of PC M Greg
6ry. who Is. leaving the" city to at
tend to private business, i 5
-Dr. "Downs and- Mark-McAllister
were the only two nominated,' Dr.
Downs . recejving three out of the
four votes cast; William Burk
hardt, ' school clerk was instruc
ted to notify Dr. tDownar to- be
present at the next meeting of the
board. , A ,'- - ' -.; . -"
Dr. Downs, it was held, is well
prepared, for. the position. , He has
been practicing his" profession in
Salem . for several years and la
familiar with the. dty. He-is an
alumnus of John - Hopkins, con
sidered one ojf the greatest' medi
cal schools in the country:- Among
his other tasks, Dr. i Downs is at
pPefirenT physician ? for" WJlIantette
runirersltyi X1J )
CONSIDER CITY MANAGER
EUGENE IS TO DISCUSS CITY
' GOVERNMENT QUESTION - '
h i,:- ,, ,, -". : . : ;
J EUGENE, Ore., March' 23,
fBy Associated - Press. ) The
Eugene "city planning commission
Will discuss the question of a city
manager or a" commission orm of
government for Eugene at its next
meeting, according to announce
ment by L. 8 McCready, chair
man, today. .It. was stated that
plans-are being made to put the
question up to the people for" a
vote ? VrV -
1 ; CHILD IS DROWNIZi
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J PORTLAND. Ore' March 23.
(ify - Associated ; -'-Press.V Lcr.i
Garfla, two 'year oi,! d ,ur .'.;r ci
Ir. and Mrs. Ralph Garfia, lost
her life tonight when Fhe fIl iato
n tu!" of ' v.ier cu tLi-i -ti
Entry Into Leagtis of flailona
N lsi Warmly Supported h.
RADICAL MOTIONS LCCl
Von Tirplti' Slakes Plea to Aba
- don, Locarno Policy: Attempt
. to N Discard
BERLttsr, March . 23; (By; As-.
iociaied Press, )' The intention cf
the Luther-Stresemann, govern-?
meht to-follow a foreign policy ea
the lines laid ' down at' Locarno'
and to- enter ihe League of Na
tions' In September received warm
support from the majority In tLa
reichstag this, afternoon, when a
motion ot the government parties
approving the government's course
at Geneva' was adopted on a show
of hands by a, substantial' vote.
Only the German' national party
and extreme nationalists and com
munists opposed it.
1 Other motions by the opposition
parties of' no confidence in Chan
cellor Liither and' the foreign min
ister and of no confidence7 In the
government as a whole were re
jected,, as was also, motion de
manding the withdrawal of- Ger
many's application for entry intoi
the League, ot Nations. :
There was : very little excita
mentin the house as the outcome
of the voting was- & foregone con
clusion and the maiden speech ci
LAdXDilal '.VoTlfpltX. formes -tain.
later- ot i marine, demandin-j
abandonment' of the policy of Lo
carno and the League of Nation's
fell on 'deaf ear and" was greeted
with Jeers by the party of the Ield.
' ' "The prompt reply' of Chancellor
Luther, to the 1 admiral's allega
tions satisfied the majority that
the path which the government
was- following . was right .and in
deed the only .one possible for
.G'ermanjr.-, ' '.j , ', ' .'. .
Late tonight! thet reiehstag re-
Jected an. extremist motion de
manding; that; the government dis
continue . payments - under - tfce ;,
Dawes reparation plan.
In the course of the, debate rt.
the question, DC. 'Stresemann, e.-
phasi-ied" that t3xe; preSsnt eccr-'
omie crisis" In Gertnany wa3 in xj'
way a, sequel of the Dawes s-rrpq-ment1,"
but 'that on ' the ' tor. i . - ry
the Dhwes settlement whlcL id,
enabled- Germany' to malnta.Ia tLo .
stability of her. currency' an oh- j
tain from1 foreign coutrier(" -j
enues sne so oaaiy neea.
ELEVEN sEAf.tei drov:::
ROlLErU BURST- CN T.SCT:"
! ' .VESSEt'f-.'.TVTO- us:? sav;:,'
GRIMSBY, England T-Iarch 2.
(By Associated Prces.) Elcvr i
members of the crwof lS per! v i
today when the boilers of
trawler Salmonby . exploded.
Spurnhead. The vessel" sank.
'The tariff, commission Inir li
gation .was begun- by- a t-.:'i
' ,'The house passed a senate i: ".
authorizing" states tot tax na nc :
banks, under certain condl : . ,.
, Senator .Edwards' of New -Set
sey proposed ! and- Investigation c
prohibition in all iu phases. ' '
' Court- martial ot Colonel -ander
S. Winiams of tho r--;..
corps was ordered at Caa L;
by Secretary Wilbur. '
The bureau ot standards'
nounced that Lieut. i.:.l' J. .
MacBeady,-had fai:. l IUrca 1
to establish a worli's r!'.::; ' r
' -.. ' m .
""Secretary Ilel' a r;;:.. I .
Governor , Tinc'-ot lf r
concerr,!nsr sU-- I lI-"-.r f : .
i t; - , i . -.
' 2C ir 9 ' ai'-T- . -:
against - fclcrl J .,
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