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Fedora! Juris! Is Impeached
by House; Scene partic-
0ST, EIGHT IS AVERTED
Representatives Mills and Rankin
: Are Parted When Battle
- ; Threaten t English
WASHINGTON, April 1. (By
Associated Press.) Amid turmoil
and confusion the house late to
day impeached Federal Judge
English of the eastern Illinois dial
trtet 10S to z on ehtreea of "hie
misdemeanors" in office. 7i
. - V-j . , l
he most stand trial before the senH
atflon tlTft articles in indictmeztt
returned - against binv by tht
Thcftote came' at the end of
- f -
three days debate and culminated
in j . near- fist fight.
Alter .proponents ana oppon
ents ef the resolution of impeacb-
Bfnt had talked themselves( out
the democratic floor leader, Rep-
resentatlre Garrett, Tennessee
, put forward a motion to recommit
the , resolution to the judiciary
committee to hear additional testi
mony. ' f .
Out of the usual hubdub and dm
attending house roll calls, the an-
, nouneemeat came of Ihe rejection
Vt vijnoUon, SO to 27?. Speak
rir Tisrworth then announced
4ra resolution itself. - The'e
. wre few scattered ayes and xs
plain the house did not know In
what It was Toting J f
When the speaker announced
the . adoption of the resolution, a
half doxen members were instait-
ly on their feet with cries of ?Jo,
' Tvnai nare we rotea on7 -e-
manded Representatlre Holad.y,
republican, Illinois. x
The rote was upon the jrai-
ciary committee resolution."! 3r.
Longworta said after the hoise
had subsided." "After the moton
to recommit had been annousod.
the chair, waited what it condd
leered a reasonable time for oppn-
cut w wnuna s separate vote on
ffr any one of the articles of m
Mr. Longworth then explahed
that in Tlew of what members re
garded as confusion at the time of
t the Vote, he would racate his rul
ing. ' He then recognized Repre
1 aentatfres Bowling, democrat.
Alabama to present a motion for a
; rote ton the first - article of im-
Thiimore wa defeated 101 to
260 on a rising rote. ;
In the face of Hhis pyerwheim-
tl lag majority against them oppon
I ents of impeachment abandoned
plans on the four-remaining arti
cles of impeachment and the m-
(CoaUa4 on pmgt 9)
SfiOW FALLING If! BEJP
JlEACHES ONE QUARTER Pen
DEPTH; MEXTS QinCKlil
f "BEND, Or.,- April 1. -(By ig
sociated Press.)-March ha jig
behared in. a lamb-like maner
dnrlng its entire . stay thisi jar,
I many were" surprised this fcarn-
ing to awake and find snow falag
at 7 o'clock. The temperatuieast
night dropped J to :29 abore jiro.
The snowfall which, 'react ft . a
i depth f' t: f Quarter tian
; Inch, rr 1 .alrtly.-. h .
Som " "t f?l! : the Cast 3es,
and he' I : clou 1 in
. the la; L..crro. , rve pr.oise
. of add! lprec:," I.t4ht
or ton:' .. 7ri. ir.. r ain
was re Ibr, theirs ' Ser
observ rln the I "no
March." . . - j
wc!cm Publla Scho
Mabel Stollar. teacher of c
Ixnatlca and physical educatl ) at
plclliiiley Junior hlh pchool Vo
jyears with -Ealeia school ey ha.
Thirteen years . teaching r
!:ace. Graduate of Oregon te
Of Sorority For Girls
Slw'i,-Btate Operator, Famed as Fairy
wMMf auu w uaye
NEW YORK, April l(By Associated Press.) Edward
ILj? v , n7 reaI estate operator, famed as a fairy Earle Carroll. Alleged Perpef-
godfather-to Cinderellas, was pictured today as the organizer . x iL I
of a sorority for yountr women. - '7 . trator of "Wine Bath"
shine Brownirig, -and for a time to Mary Louise Spas, whose
adoption was set aside when he disuurarpri h wh 5?i insfoori
Et Tv' wa tneouder of Phi
uuaam aeenan, motner ol
BA til KING CLOTHES,
CpLLEGE COEDS TOLD
NOT -TO BE ;WORN ON SUN
DAY," IS DEAN'S ORDER
stricter Discipline Will be En
forced to Counteract Strong
Hiking- clothes, or "rough
'clothes' must not be worn on Sun-
day troxx now on by girls residing
Lausanne Hall, girls dormi-
tory at Willamette unlTersity.
This was one of the rules an
girls of the hall
by the house council.
"It is about time we were har
mg a spring bouse cleaning." de
clared Oma Emmons,, president of
the hall, by way of introduction to
the following reading of the rules.
Study hours on week days must
hereafter be rigidly obserred.
From 1:15 o'clock until 4 o'clock
in the afternoon and from '7: 45
o'clock until 11:25 o'clock in the
evening are proclaimed study
uiris are to bare no more
"dates" on week nights. They
niust not leare the campus in the
evening for anything except a trip
to the postoffice, and even such
a trip must be brief, with a check
maintained on the hall, register.
Where the, girls sign in and out
Girls seen on the street between
7:30. and 9:30 andwhb cannot ex
plain satisfactorily why, -will .'for
feit their week-end dates. -
i In . 4he-4ay time " during the
study hours glrVs. may be wbith
th.lr Vfia triads,;: bat mart not
the afternoon study hours, girls
may no longer visit the matinees
except on special' occasions when
permission is given.
It was intimated that some of
the girls have signed but for the
library in the evenings and then
gone" for strolls, with their "boy
friends. Such promiscuous "lib
rary uates must , be nereatter
From now on there is to be no
tenuis playing on Sunday by the
girls. They must ' refrain from
playing on the university courts,
which are closed on Sundays, and
they must not play on any other
of the courts in town.
Girls must stop the . practice of
calling to friends from the win
dows of the hall.
Upon the objection of the girls
at . the hall that , such rules, to be
strictly enforced, would apply to
them only and not to the other co
eds of the school, It was decided
that the sorority girls and the res
ident girl students must' observe
the same rules,'
t. When interviewed on the mat
ter. Miss Frances M. Richards,
dean ef .women at Willamette, ex
plained that these are not new
rules, but were instituted in 1919
t is held that objections have been
voiced "that the co-eds have not
been conducting themselves with
a proper amount of conservatism.
Although : the styles show a pe
culiar trend this season, some of
the girls, it is said; have, received
the suggestion that dresses can
stand a slight lengthening without
0 CAL STUDENT NAMED
FAITH ; FRIDAY- WILL ? TAKE
EUGENE. Or., April 1. (By I
Associated Press.)- Faith Friday, i
a student of the University of Ore- :
gon ; from Salem,,:, will represent
the university on the second an
nual student pilgrimage to Eu
rope during : the summer, it was i
announced here today. -
Miss Friday will be a member i
of a party of 24 women represent-
ng various colleges and unlversl
's throughout the United States i
, ??h wUl tour all the principal
t "j'rls pn, the continent and
- - f-r the purpose ot meet-insTLJid--ussIng
mutu! i-T . fwith foreign stud
ents. "r:-.3"" - will .sail from
New York 'tne 23, tt waa
TAX Tc -D
- WASHINGTO. Final
income . tax . collet.. for
the March quarter,
theoredueed rates ot
enue law, showed "a tot.
to' thei government" cf 4 -
r , . : rr . - i r- r 1 . n. r i my m: i fvi ' i
ramaM i nnds and Assisted
Lambda Tau, was made by.Mrs.
the latest Browning; Cinderella.
Reports that Browning will
LTe'nT nr"0! ' "
I fIrmed byMr. Browning's secre-
wrjr jeBieruity ai me same lime
that it was learned Miss Heenan
was suffering from acid thrown in
her face- by an unknown assail
Browning declined to confirm
the reports but Bald he was very
much interested in the girl and
had seen a great deal of her after
meeting her at a dance of the Phi
Lambda Tau sorority.
"Mr. Browning founded the
sorority five years ago," Mrs.
Heenan said today. Mrs. Heenan
said she did not know whether
her daughter would marry Brown
ing, but she knew they had talked
Browning would not discuss the
sorority except to say that he had
given the-girls some money and
thought they had bought : pins or
rings with it. It had first been
tnougnt tne sorority was 'a reg
ular organization of Textile high
school, where Miss Heenan is a
student but it was learned today
that the school rules ban sorori
William Heenan, father of the
newest Cinderella made his first
appearance on the stage of the
little drama today when he con
sulted with police concerning their
search for his daughter's assailant
and then went to Mrs. Heenan's
apartment He is a Long Island
automobile salesman and has been
separated from hlsfwifa
He said later that the girl had
tnti him cKa ured- arriito v
next week. She told him that
Browning was building her a
home on Long Island.
The mother still seemed doubt
ful and said that Frances would
probably finish school anyway as
If. W nwrw ) m n A h 4 I. . ,.
" ty isiulc n aula , lier well
DIES ON WHIRLING SAW
EUGENE MAN KILLED WHEN
HE SLIPS AGAINST SAW
EUGENE, Ore., April 1. (By
Associated Press.) Henry Har-
a M &
Dacner, &, a wooasawyer, was
killed today when a pile of wood
on which he was standbier fell.
throwing Harbaeher against the
teeth of the whirling saw.
PFRIIIRY NOW ALLFRFn
Federal Indictment Is Ordered i
Penalty Said to Be SO Tears
in Prison and Fine
NEW YORK, April 1. , (By.
Associated Press) . The alleged
wine bath" party which startled
Broadway, a month ago resulted
today in the arrest of Earle Car
roll, theatrical producer, on a fed
eral indictment charging perjury.
If he is convicted, it may cost him
as much as 30 years in prison and
a $12,000 fine, should the maxi
mum penalty be exacted.
The Indictment .was the result
of federal grand jury's investiga
tion into a party given by Carroll
at me iuarie uarroii theater on
the night of February 22 and
early morning of February 23.
The feature of the affair was a
bath said to have been taken by
Joyce Hawley, show girl, in a
bath tub on the stage, containing!
what was variously described as
fruit juice, ginger ale and wine.
Carroll, summoned as a wit
ness, was .indicted on six counts,
the principal charges being that
he falsely testified that he had no
record of the guests at the party,
that no Intoxicating liquor was
served and that no one got into
the bath tub at any time during
Amnrtedronr a warrant, Carroll
was arraigned, pleaded not guilty
and was released in $2,500 bail,
(Ooattsnad oa 9f S)
NEED AIR SERVICE
PACKAGE GOES SO MULES IN
S YEARS, S MOJSTHS
SHERIDAN, Ore., April 1.
(By Associated Press) It took
just five years and five months
for a parcel post package to
travel from Portland to Sheri
dan, a dhAance of a little more
than 60 miles. .
Mrs. E. Truninger mailed a
package of candy October 20,
1920, to J. F. Rhodes of Sheri
dan, intended as a birthday
present to his children, and a
few days ago it reached its des
WEED 'EM AND REAP!
. ' ...... 1
No Relief Yet in Sight for
Western - Rock District:
ownw FAI I Q QTPAnil Y
mii v it rnt.Lg o i umuil i
ConUnae4 Freezing Weather Is
Sweeping Over Many States;
Five Engines Pull Cars
KANSAS CITY, April 1. (By
Associated' Press.) From the
western Rocky mountain region to
the Missouri river April was ush
ered in with snow and there was
no sign of a break tonight In the
storm that has held sway all week,
except for a brief breathing spell
yesterday. Indications were that
the disturbance would continue for
another 48 hours and the weather
man would only hazard a guess as
to what might be in store for
Denver reported that more snow
and a cold wave that would send
the-mercury below freezing as far
south as New Mexica had been
predicted for tonight.
Snow had fallen steadily over
Colorado today and temperatures
continued below normal.
Wyoming was blanketed with
white again. The snowfall was
heaviest In the southern part,
where the mercury hovered near
the zero mark.
In Montana temperatures re-
rmained almost above normal and
jthere were only slight snow flur
n that had been - stuck- in -a
snowdrift near Foraker, Okla.
since Tuesday, was pulled out to
day by five engines.
PULLET HANGS UP MARK
DUPLEX EGGS ARE PRODUCED
FIVE DATS EACH WEEK
QUINCY, Cal., April 1. (By
Associated Press). The duplex
pullet egg has arrived.
G. E.; Secour, newspaper editor
. ... 1
oi wuincy, reports receiving inree
essa uuu uy a sriyiuvuiu. iiock
pullet owned by Mrs. W. F. Rob-
ertSGvsM Blairsden, each of which
contak a double yolk and ex
ceeded in size the eggs laid by the
The little hen that has-adopted
bigger and better eggs" for her
motto lays five such eggs each
week on an average, perhaps in
an experimental way. as well as
her usual quota of the common or
garden variety of pullet eggs.
I "Weak Man grouses Her Sympathy and Appeals to the Malter-
naioiae pi mr lyature, fcjays'Author, on . i ? !
"Arriving From Europe
By MARGERY PICKARD
(Central Press Correspondent).
NEW YORK, April 1. The
has the most power over a woman
. Thcpronouncement comes from Edgar Poe Norris, widely
known author. ; ,
.The1 man arouses her sympathy and appeals to the
maternal side of her nature," he explains. "She feels the
I Za C i " v-ci.
i ana ner love. A woman will
STk . tha,n 8he ever
uu ao uuu us He can, anu as
long as she thinks she can change
him, help him, she will stay by
nun iikea mother with a wound
"On the other hand, the strong
man, when he sets out to con
quer a woman, is often as not con
quered by her. She plays upon
the sympathetic and chlvalrlc side
of his nature with her weakness.
She sets tip the weakness as a
barrier. He retreats or succumbs.
It is the weak men. not the strong
ones, who abuse women. This
'cave man' stuff is the bunk."
Norris has just returned from
Europe, bringing back a new
novel, "Eve's Two Lovers." in
which he tells the story of a worn-,
an who loved two men, one strong
and one weak.
I asked him ifhe could write
better over there." "Yes, and no,"
was his answer. "Over there one
is safe from annoyance by one's !
friends and creditors, but on the
other hand, there are many things
to take one away from one's type
writer. I much prefer the United
States to Europe for any purpose
living, loving, dying; but even
the dullest Soul relishes change
occasionally. However,' he
laughed, "one doesn't get much
change in Europe. The servants
gBt it. Americans, foolish with
their money, have made Europe
one great out-stretched palm.
Paris is just another Coney Island
now. Only London resists the
I asked him if it was hard to
be an author. "Before I answer
that, you must listen to my opin
Ion of Europe. All the British
authors returning from America
express themselves freely about
everything under the sun that is
American, from hotel bathrooms
to foreign policies, ahd I claim the
right to say what I think of Great
Britain. It is easy to see that
Britain Is very eager for the Unit-
ed States to get into the world
court ahd the League of Nations
Britain is counting on U. S. aid
whenever she needs it. In check
ing French domination of con
tinental Europe, for Instance. But
I hope no one takes this opinion
seriously. I'm no more equipped
to, speak with authority on world
affairs than the 5,697 lecturers
from Europe who travel about the
Ui S. telling us what we ought to
do? at $1 a head."
Norris was born in Kentucky.
Ha is not related to- those other
writing Norrises Kathleen and
(Con tinned oa pag 4.)
TRAIN SERVICE IS CUT
BRANCH LINE CARS TO BE RE-
! PLACED BIT BUS LINE
Several trains are to be with
drawn from the branch line serv
ices .of the Southern Pacific com
pany in the Willamette valley, it
was announced Thursday by J. A.
urmanay, general . passenger
agent. The new schedule will be
in effect, starting this Sundays
Motor buses wiu : be used in
large part to Uk care of the
trade,, it is said. Reason for the
withdrawal Is given to be, too
scant patronage. The bus service
will take the place of the trains
; on the Albany-Woodburn branch
A mixed train service will be kept
up on tne saiem-Aibany branch.
i This branch includes1 West - Stay-
ton, Aumsvllle, shelburn, , Ceer
and Macleay. . ,
On tne Albany-Yaquina: branch
one, train will be taken off. ' An
other stage will be placed on the
Silverton-Woodburn 'route. .
CHAPMAN LOSES' AGAIN
CONDEMNED MAN FAILS TO
VTUi STAl OF, EXECUTION
WASHINGTON. April I. (By
Associated Press.) -Gerald Chap
man, bandit, failed in his effort
todayf, t6 obtain a stay of execu
tion' set for next Tuesday' from
supreme; court justices. ' ?
Kay m. wiiey. Springileld. Mass.
was; one of the condemned man's
counsel Twho came to Washington
to appeal for an order of ' post
ponement, but Jntf ces .Stone, and
IfolmesJ; to whoia he attempted
to present hU cas?, declined to la-
eak, Says Norris
weak man, not the strong one.
xam. xie, captures ner neart
by a strong one. Let the weak
Edgar Poe Norris snapped on
board. ship as
,he was returning
REMEDY LIQUOR EVILS?
TRY MORE PROHIBITION
DR. NORMAN K. TULLY AD
DRESSES JOINT REALTORS I
'Put a Jack Under Civilization,
to lift Valley Levels;
"The only cure for the evils
of prohibition . is more prohibi
tion," declared Rev. N..K. TuUyJ
pastor of the - First Presbyterian
church of Salem, who addressed
a joint meeting of the Marioh-
Polk county realtors' association
and the Salem Ad club Thursday
"What our world needs is to
have a jack screw placed under
society and someone to lift real
hard. For society should be level
ed up, not leveled down.
"We have every physical basis
(Continued on par 1)
EFFORTS INCREASE, TIME
. IN CONTEST FLIES .
Honor Roll Today ,
1. BIrs. Cleve Powell, Falls City
2. Mrs. B. S. Crowther, Salenx
3. Mrs. Winnie Braden, Dallas
With but- eight days- remain
ing after today ; in ' which ; the
hustling candidates In The
Statesman's ' mammoth) prize
winning campaign 'may en
trench' themselves behind
enough votes to win, such a
gigantic, tireless, thorough can
vass for" subscriptions as these.
energetic men and : women are
making these last few days has
never been seen In Marlon and
Polk counties, before. -v
It la truly a most wonderful
race between the most popular
and .the most capable repre
sentatives of the people of this
community that has ever been
Inaugurated in this section '
: ? All ot Marion and Polk coun
ties are waiting and watching,'
wondering and hustling. for. the
favorites.. '- ",; -
And when the 'value of the
prizes at : stake is" . taken . into
consideration, is p. any wonder?
Honor,' glory and a small .for
tune await ' the victors a week
from Saturday night. " -
f'.Whininigs'' of .Churchill
Bring Heated Responses
Erom.U. S- Senate .
WAR f PROFIT IS LISTED
Wealth, Great Britain Gathered
From World War Said Great
ly In Excess of Debt Due
United States '
-WASHINGTON. , -April U. (By
Associated Press.)- The strictures
made against the United States re
cently by . Winston Churchill,
chancellor of the-British exchequer
in connection with ''- the British
American debt Settlement, brought
"fiery .responses today in the senate.
Senator Reed, republican,. Penn
sylvania,, referred to the chancel
lor's utterances as "whinings,"
while Chairman Borah of the far-
eign relations committee, turned
back the pages of recent history
to show that the United States had
sought to arrive at "Just and fair
settlements." - , f
"As Great Britain is heralding
to the world that we are a sordid
people," thundered Senator Borah,
"let the world understand; that the
wealth she gathered to herself at
the close of the war Is not to be
compared to any amount that she
could be called upon to pay to the ,
United States - under ther debt
agreement. . ; 1 1 f ;,' ? "
"One million ' six "' hundred ' and
seven thousand square ' miles of
territory passed to the control of
Great Britain after the war." This
ii.KOxth .vlnfiaitely.-imore- in the
natural Wealth than any possible
sum Great Britain could have been
called upon to pay usV f ! " .
"When the : war ended the
United States waved all claim to
reparations, v There was no reason
why we should not have aVa for
a certain portion: of repari
When it came to a df
the territory of the conqf
tions, the representative .
United : States at Versailles waa
careful to make it ' clearly underv
tood that the United States' sought
no territory. : ' ' "
"And in finally making a settle
ment with Great Britain we tor
gave that country 23,500,000,000
of its debt, figured on the basis of
what . the- American taxpayer is
called upon to pay .as the differ
ence in interest on American liber
ty ponds and the interest on the
British settlement. ; ; . ,
"These matters Indicate to me
that from the,' beginning tta
United States wsi i-" - "
at a just at
DEATH. MYSTERY, HOAr.
CORRESPOXDEXT ;r IS .TICTCX
9F PRACTCAIi JOKERS t .
THE DALLES, Or" April 1.
(By Associated Press.) Practical
! jokers f here today perpetrated a
murder mystery hoax upon the
local: correspondent for an aftAr-
noonx Portland newspaper. From
apparently " official sotirefs the
correspondent received deL"s cf
themurder" telling how ofuce
had found the body of ' a woman,
the mother of an abandoned baby
found In the depot here yesterd&'
Late editions of . the Portlai
paper gave prominence to V
' Thursday, .
Additional testimony on far
relief bills was taken by house ar
senate committees. -
The league of nations circuit
to. world court members caused i
stir"in official circles, ,
Gerald Chapman , failed to c
tain a stay of his execution fro:
supreme court Justices. , ' - i
The senate's tariff Inveallgatlc
adjourned - when CommLsI;
Dennis suffered a nervous att3.
Recent comment on tie de' t f,
uation'by Winston ri urcT ' 1 I
brought heated re: rcr : - t'-
senate1 floor, : '
A near T. . t fV.t d-- . r
the house Coor Ictwc
tatlres Mills, ::. 'v Yo. , ,
- r e " s " - - i t , I