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v. WEAT,T-EXi, FORECAST: Unsettled with
a r-t , auwer Saturday. Maximum tm.
; wre yesterday, 7.; . minimum, J 51 J river."
o.;r rainfall, .20; atmosphere; cloudy i
I Ts moat important thing that needs 'fix-1
jing about the average automobile la! the nut
" 1 5 enu 1 peering wheeL-4-Toledo i
tlayor; Roaice MDJiief, Rival
Gangsters to Fce Con- :
j spiracy Charges
Horses &ter Cbiitest
Cfc!5S-?iH Aon M. Frank With
- UMUU, m iigni norse Single Roadsters
SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY MOKNING, OCTOBER 2, 1026
JUDGING IS COMPLETED
AT FAIR, STOCK TO GO
MA-VT ANIMALS TO START FOR
HOME EARLT TODAY
AmoL. t ' By AUDRED BUNCH
Pn.drum corps, which
Y) TIP ton fnn J1 i S. -
HUSH MONEY UNEARTHED
Jteaenu Autboriues Bring De.
tafled Indictments Asrainst
' , Village Characters for
' Liquor Sales
CHICAGO Oct 1. (APJThe
Xederal gOTernment took a hand
today in the affairs of Cicero, tur
bulent suburb, and indicted 79
-village officials, gangsters, saloon
keepers and hoodlums' on charges
of conspiracy to violate the pro-
The writs returned by a federal
grand, jury named Josenh E.
Klenha. mayor; Theodore Svboda.
coiei or ponce; "Scarf ace" Al Ca
pone, gangster overrord of the
suburb; Miles and "Klondike"
P'Doanell, chiefs of an opposing
.- ana uarry Madigan, la
front of " whose saloon Assistant
County' Prosecutor W. H. McSwig-
ia was snot to death by machine
SU9: fire last spring.
In the community where for
many months beer runners, boot
leg grers and gangsters operating in
Chicago have been reputed to
have their base of operations, the
federal government charges ex
istence of a collusive plan whereby
officials obtained money for per-
u ting broad violations, of the
hJrotioii law. , , r
VtM 79 defendants am rnarr
i -7 wit
iXSrSi 1 7 ?on?"l burnished a brilliant spectacle at the
feJ thrbutheludiurn, draw!
The first championshiD
single roadsters, was dlarpS"! wT "LVl "fL"vV,c
Frank, of Portland, holding the holTor tttowZSr
ine second stage m a thrillincr three-dav driving nom
Ijetition opened another mriinn I ,
able horse show with 3500 spec- STAGP PARCFIIRCRC nic
WHEN BPS HITS TRAIN
earlier in the day Program Would La.ter In
clude Air Departments of
PRICE FIVE CENTS
"anqnet Honors Prof. Fitts
Judge; Jersey Cattle Club
tators evincing an unprecedented
enthusiasm over the six-in-hnnri
heavy draft teams. R. c. Me.
Croskey placed first and the Port
land Damascus Milk conmanv.
secona aeclslons that the demon
stratlve audience greatly resented.
so plainly aid they favor Moss.
Lreadbetter and Hudson,, The final
outcome of the competition which
Involves a cash fiit prize of $200
will be determined at the closing
&x-uovernor Oswald West of
Portland won the carriage horse
event with Harmony Mathias. The
second prize was delivered to Mrs.
Ellery .W. Stone (Helen West)
who drove Lady Lofty. The third
award went to Sporting Chance,
entered by. the Seattle Riding and
An Algerian fantasy was given
in the form of a mounted drill by
twelve OAC girls as a relaxation
before the tension of the contest
for the 250 stake for five-gaited
Shikara, idol alike of audience
and Judges, was proclaimed the
winner, . leaving another laurel
with his owner, Mrs. C. Edward
Grelle; of Portland. ' Aaron M.
Frank, who has a propensity for
prizes in the upper denomination.
won second place with Ruth P.,
while Olympic Pride won a white
ribbon for Seattle.
Thirty Bix horses were entered
PLAN HAS EIGHT POINTS
OVERLAND XROXED .STRIKES
AUTO OX CROSSING
Rmo Passenirer Onlv T am.
Giro Inforaatlon About
1 Single President to Administer Af
fairs of Both University -and
College Included in Reorganization
ALBANY, Or., Oct. 1. (API
Dr. Hector MacPherson. who wan
SAN" FRANCISCO. Get. 1 I for 15 vears head-of the Hn.
j(AP). six men were killed andlraent of economics and sociology
wirw seriously injured when an I at 'Oregon Agricultural college,
f.-"" oi me uaurornia Tran- today gave out a statement en-
tit company, traveling from Oak- bodying a plan for a complete re-
D" lo cramento, smashed into! organization of the educational
tue engine Of the OvoHnnH . t nlnrhlnerv h
toil D...1I.... .1
;i irrClUC frack would later extend to
iVlK : r a" ?oun' at a departments of the state gov
7 -vv.tt j . tue aeaa:
r. Martin, nlacerviiin t. t
ernment, effecting a consolidation
Swarilev xtri... V . . I lUD i" cbcul o ooaras ana com
VESS'SSZ?' M' Broderick hl88ionfl ,nto nine departments,
Wdress unknown. Three unl- n, , . ...
The Judging has been completed
at the fair grouncs. the last of it
oeing done yesterday. The live
01.wcn exniDits will be oermlttPil
to leave the grounds for "home late
tnis afternoon. Some are owned
locally and will be led home, oth
ers will be taken in trucks' and
still other that have come from a
distance will require several days
iravei Dy freight before they are
again on their home ground
Charles E. Barrows, in charge of
me Jersey herd owned by Mrs.
Edna L. Knight, Willows, Cal.,
win stay at the grounds with his
herd for a week or so and then
move on to the Pacific Interna
tional Livestock exhibition that
win be held In Portland October
30 to November 5. . r
The exhibitor that, has traveled
t no farthest is W: M. Mostson ,
r airngnt. Saskatchewan, Canada,
wun a, herd of, Ayrshire cattle.
ne nas a good nerd and found
tittle competition so will return
with nearly $700, all of the money
possible with the exception of one
prize wno by a single exhibit from
specifically with conspiring, to In atirrlng competition for handy
4 ; vm, wauapun, aenver ana sell I -ue periormance wnicn,
100 gallons Of-uncotored SDlr-1 though intermittently ragged.
Its, 50,000 gallon of cereal bever- waxed to a fine climax before thQ
ges and 10,00a gallons of wine, f elimination. ; Dorothy Mc-
Amohr 3 overt acts charged to Bride of Portland placed first
the defendants, nine alleged pay- with Lil Webb in a perfect per-
ments of $5000 to $20,000 by formance over five Jumps with
Kangstrs to officials of Cicero. PS Pen- Lil Webb swept un-
aggregating more than $100,000. daunted over the pig pen wall
Pat Roche, federal agent en- which was such a Waterloo to
gaged fn the inuiry which preced- most of the horses. Kentucky
d the I Indictments said that the Bob- Dr- and Mrs. Julius H. Held's
syndicate had been in operation Phenomenal Jumper, drew the red
since aZ2 and that Jt had done a boon' additional honor to
weekly business of $100,000
Roche declared that "our In
vestigation discloses the worst
situation in the history of the fed
Portland. McCleave horses
the remaining prizes.
Juvenile riders made the under
saddle event popular. Little
eral government wherein collu- Frances Bird, of Everett. Wash.,
aion between officials and heerion Pride, owned by Mrs. Cather
runners was worked out and fstr.i ne Qulgley, rated the first prize.
ried on! with immunity." I while Berkeley Beauty, a Portland
B. R. Harr, driver of the stair
as reported killed, but he was
Ipcated in a hospital at Woodland,
9 miies north of here, suffprinn-
from Injuries which may result
j . Speer, Watson ville, is also
if ing seriously injured In a Wood
lfend hospital, while S. Lerch, Chi
cago, 13 seridusly hurt In a Sacra
I B. Kennedy, address' unknown
1 suffering from slight injuries in
a Dixon hospital. All of the dead
were taken to tho Dixon morgue
i Most of the dead were terribly
niangledt lLbeina: Jjecesaarv, to
wicate four Of 'thfehr from nndr
the engine. In Its ofTIcial report
the company said that Marr drove
dm stage under a lowered gate,
which was being let down to stop
uauic wnne tne Limited sped hy.
ine ten passengers In the
etage Kennedy Is the only one who
Is able to talk or tell anything re-
suramg tne accident.
He was unable to tell whether
tne stage stopped at the crossing.
He told officials at the Dixon hos
pital that he heard the train whis
tle, and knew that an accident
wds due to happen. Ho tried to
get out of the stage. "The next
thing I knew I was lying on the
ground," he said.
Conflicting stories were told In
Federal warrants wr j.., entry by Jean Aver West, nlaced . oaay reFrdlnS lhe acci-
ior an me men named. Bond nf second among eight competitors. " . me gate
the principal defendants was set
at tiu.ooo each.
HIGHWAY PAYMENT MADE
Uw m. m '
D1''" itKASLRKR 8K.VDS
VnWK TO XEW YORK
J. D.. Farrell of Seattle, noted
for, his love of fine horses, won
the gig horse event with Seaton
Septimus. Mrs. Ellery W. Stone
of Oakland, Cal., rode out with
the second prize.
Twelve feet of pasteboard boxes
and a three foot timber hurdle
made up the properties for. the
Th auto treasurer vesterd UraUon t,roacI 3ump Participated
-t to. the fiscSUra?enrorSeT 5. It l2 JS
MeGowan, Wash,, won the event.
Miss Flora Jane McBride of Port
land rated second, while Bunny,
an OAC horse, -placed third and
Dr. and Mrs Held of Portland,
with Flying Fox, fourth.
Patty Miller, ; Aaron M. Frank,
owner, was declared champion
light harness roadster of the sea
son as a result of the last event.
Olympic Pride, of the Olympic
Riding and Driving club, holds the
distinction of reserve champion.
man in charge of the crossing.
declaring that the stage did hot
stop, while Rev. U Wolfe, pastor
(Continued on pre 2.)
A meeting was neld yesterday
by t,he Oregon Jersey Cattle club
and Officers for the next year were
chosen as follows:
President. D. O.. Woodworth,
Albany; vice president, Ed Schorl,
Albany; second vice president,
T T tr. m x i-k
Dersonal rAlatlnn tn tko 4tu ueaverton, secre-
ur. MacFherson resigned last
spring from his position at the col
lege "to be free to devote his time
and energy to a protest against
present conditions." He said his
(Continued on pip 8.)
Resolutions were passed ex
pressing appreciation of the 200
cash prize offered by G. H. Dam
meier. This was given for the
best Jersey cow. A resolution was
mrwYw -i j j. . I ' o w.wvJ TC4UV
Mtvit tuajfitTUKE LEFT BY where the holder missed three
Hi'JsurauuLAR DEMISE 5 consecutive meetings of the club
'ine question of the auction
NOTED MARINE OFFICER:
FALLS TO DEATH IN CAR j
Rift in Case Seen as Court
Hears McPherson Saw
Radio Operator There
confirms Earlier Account
of Appearance There,
LOS ANGELES. Oct. 1 iad s
The shadow of Kenneth G. Orniis
.on, ugitivo from
fell across the path of Aimee Sem
ple McPherson, wealthy evange
list, head of the Aneelus lomnio
of Los Angeles, and founder of the
"Four-Square GoBpel" at the fifth
session in hr preliminary hfiarine-
on charges of conspiracy to sub
stantiate Jier story of kidnaping
The name of the radio man. for
mer wireless operator at the tem
ple, who is sought as a co-dPnH.
anc wun tfto religious leader, her
mother Mrs. Minnie
Hit v . nuu
jrs Lorraine vkmQn.cfflu
was linked to that of Mr. ht
Til " "
rnerBn as a visitor to the latter
i'uvaie room in the fashinnoM.
Ambassador hotel on at iast w
uucHsions last year.
Tfte sensational testimnnv ;
by Agnes Callahan, chambermaid
at tie hotel, wentWnto the records
only after W. I. Gilbert, chipf of
counsel for the defense, had put
-v ueiennmeo ngnt to exclude
Tl, , j , . . .
uja4a Bala tb&t
Chinese War Lord
to Yangtse Valley
n tt: V. A'
c p ti nun
C 0 RPSVI CI Ofl l
McMinnville, Portland, : Eu
gene, Cottage Grove Yan
' w couver, FoIIowj
CLUB WINNERS HONORED
Final Days AttejManjce Expected
to See; New Six-Day Record
. as Exhibitors Prepare
' to Break Cajtnp
haw RANCISCO, Oct. 1.
(AP). Colonel Alexander S. Wil-
Colonel Alexander William. riv 1 Bale held annually at the Pacific i
r . - " t . . ... I uav ill H . 11 1'
R.nf nw v.i.. n.i.i i i international livestock show was f hereon had enma w .
1 ' v.i mai I --ui.lll IBttSl SIX ClBlAn dnr .
;t was not best for the club to j summer and fall of 1925; that at
ouv.li a sine as an organ l- icasi six times she had seen Or
. v,,i;U uuaui- j "uu uu me same floor as that
auuuoi iu uu iub manaKement or I un wnicn Mrs. MnPii..,
1 . I.. I . , . . I , I"" w.owu nab
suiB, in cnarge or recruiting fori"" "wiuiuumi io ass: a. a. "upping, and that on two occas
the United States marines in the Rhoten aod C. D. Minton to put! Ions she had seen the radio ma
"er" states ana wno was con-!"" jeaier tae evangelist's room Th
""eu"i court martial at San I a oanauet was elven last nlcftt l ruom was 330. Sho
TK j , . . I . . , . w ""uuucu
"lcs o ariniting and conduct oy 'e jersey breeders of Oregon vrnuston from photographs, and
unuwoffling an orncer, plunged to i complimentary to Professor E. B. Mwi mat be" had walked with
ma aeam into san Francisco bavl"ts, state collejre. Pa., who has oeciaea limp. Ormistoin ia,Q
It, I J - . . . I 1 j.j. ' ' -..,.. . 7 -'"
wiuBcu auiumooue eany today. I juagmg tne Jerseys at the Jiioeri in cross examination
ine strange and SDectacular I Blttie iai- roressor Fitts was uollcr at every possible anete
aeatb of the noted officer left alassociatea witn the OAC for years "fea,nst rs. Callahan's testimony,
lively wake of conjecture and I and is well acquainted with many but tfae maid clung to her story
speculation. Mrs. Mario Williams, I ine uregon breeders. The ban- uul" 8ue quitted the stand.
his widow, whom he murrioH .aiauet was under the auspices of Without delay, District Attnr
year ago, is sure that he Dlunredltne ren Jersey Cattle elub-and cey Asa Ke'es marshaled a cor-
mio tne water while enjoying a I "uoawo"fl, Amany, actea y witness to tne witness
bo .uasiioiigier. mucn jl.. uenman. assistant
In the course of his remarks. mana.er of the Ambassador. He
nignt view of the bay on San
Francisco's embarcadero, a view
that had entranced him many
The police believe that he may
( Cob linnet? ea page 8.)
Salem's famed Capital post, No.
9 drum and bugle corps yesterday
walked off with first honors in
competition with six veteran mu
sical units throughout the state.
In one of the most -picturesque
contests staged at the Btate fair
grounds this week-. j . '
Other drum-corps were rated ,
as follows: McM Inn ville. 'second:
Portland, third; Eugene; fourth:
Cottage Grove, fifth, and Vancou
ver sixth: Col. Carle Abratns; Sec
retary of the board of control and
world war veteran! headed ithe list
of judges.! ' ' ' . j ';
the stunt competition first
honors went to Portland's! VHun-7
gry Seven Band,' while Eugene's
"Over the Top" took second, and
Vancouver's- "What . Is Jtr.' was
awarded third place. j
In recognition of "outstanding
exhibits" in the tit ate linva
BURNING VESSEL SPEEDS jgIrls' club worlt Ruth Poster;-i.
rn dodt so rmr BiAre Portland; Lola Bailey, 13, of
TO PORT AS FIRE RAGES Grant Pass; Roy Harmes. 18, of
Aurora and Oscar MlkesellJ 17. of
DECK PLATES BUCKLE AS I "ammerste,n. ""ere announced
HEAT BECOMES INTENSE I " , . T , or e8la
" """"'t " mo priraie cariownea
by E. L. King, secretary of th
Fire Fighting Tug Is Dispatched I Southern Pacifl lines in Oregon.
Marshal Sun. .
One of the big powers in east
ern China is Marshal Sun Chang
reng wno controls five eastern
provinces, which he previously
held his troops ready to defend.
By moving his army south the
disturbance in the Yangtse val
ley Is made a three cornered
to Render Aid to Flam
Others present were H, C. - Sey
mour or, Corvallis, manager of
etate boys and girls' club (work;
Mrs. Seymour,- and Mr. . and Mrs.
Richard Price, owners it the
Lithia hotel, Ashland, and of Cra-
The four winners will
SAVANNAH, Ga., Oct. 1 (AP)
With flames raging in her hold
and her deck plates buckling from I ter Lodge
the intense heat, the American I receive a "week's vacation, all ex-
freighter New Britain tonight was I penses paid, next summer ait Cra-
racing for port at Charleston, S. ter Lake In recognition of i their
C, with the coast guard cuttel work. i-
Seneca standing by. She expected With Shriners honored at the
to reach there at 5 o'clock to- closing day's session of the! most
morrow morning. successful fair ever held In the
At 8 p. m. the naval radio sta-I capital city. the final attendance
ion here received a message from s" expected to boost the week's
he burning vessel saying she was (total gate figures above thojse of
00 mites from Charleston. Noth- history. By noon, many Of the
Ing was said as to the progress of stock exhibitors will begin lead
ing their animals away, many of
AMERICA'S GREATEST ISSUE
tne twcai agent of the
state of Oregon la New York
ehecks aggregating $1,451,036.45.
covering principal and interest due
on state highway
m mm w-j
principal toUled $$11,000. while
the Interest was $$40,038.45.
Principal on these bonds paid
. wie.year 1926. including
. A r"tance. totaled $L-
k 197,000, while the principal paid
? this rear Sgregated $1,-
State highway bonds sold by
the state totaled $38,700,000. of
wU.o amount $2,ff33,250 has
APPLE TREE IN BLOOM
inV5R7QN' ct (Special
.o the Statesman. )jame nature
e.er very well pleased with
SvUverton this fall. or 8he hag
f?6? her cards wrng for the
i i seasons.
Whatever the roaxn
UDdoubtedlT arriv.H .. .
tree growing in th rt...
cu garden nn. fic.( u.ii -
fall bloom. A visitor Into the
iiiia8l, f Sil,rnbn . reported
seeing a dogwood tree 'with blos
soms." Strawherrtna o,i i.t.-
--u i-v i oj) UVf-
rinenins' tn l-oi
ries are ripening n ocal B-eldT
j &OUE SELECTED
rVWGTOX. Oct. 1-4AP.
-Tk lntern-tional union against
lion today, selected Rome as Us
it pl and elected
Dr . Raffaeie Paelncd of that city
its i next president to take office
f ere re-elected, ;
LOGGER KILLED BY FALL
HIGH CUMBER DROPS TWEN
TY FEET FROM BOOM
CENTTtALIA, Wash., Oct. 1.
AP). Fred Ramsaur.'SS, a high
climber employed by the Lincoln
Creek Lumber company, died in a
local hospital here today of in
juries received yesterday when he
fell from a boom, dropping 20
feet and striking' his head on a
log. He Is survived by his widow
and five children.
CHAPLAIN GETS .POSITION
NEV riUrtOlUXXEXDKNT WAS
roilMJE&Lir LOCATED HERE
: SEATTLE,. Oct. 1. (AP)--.
Eleclion off Rev. Philip E. Bauer.
formerly chaplain In the Oregon
Lpeaitentlary, to be superintendent
of the Washington division of Lhe
Pacific Protective society was an
nounced here today. . The society
maintains an orphan's institution
here f and finds .homes, for '.- cJiil-
i mn- r t us&nr- '
,JJ3SS: WSa iK.IWX r-x-w
the flames at that hour, but In
Professor Fitts stated that in his r " e. nfa, seen Mrs- McPherson operator declared none was "badly 'ore reaching home. Final races
The cause of the fire, of the week will be run this af tef-
room he added, had not been deter? I non, and the horse show, which
W llr . I 7 .
m,i.n v. j , . - I vo iuv iwi luai IUO etSl I ; fu-ttji4- -CS-iUU
nnn.) . . , m me aiiemuua naa re-1 "''"&
,, lfuwu siramea ror- 1 eased all veRPls Rnt to. h
opinion the present standard or
scale of points should be so re
vised that it would give more size
(Continaed on page 8.)
I . v.. sun I uyer-wi
In the hotel many tirns and that injured.
cue iiu a Drererpnp fr.-
ward in its chairs, then tontn
inat it resemhled vrv mh -
man he had seen on the thirH
noor or the hotel durinjr Christ-
m a weeic last year
! , This marr, said Den man, walked
With a decided limp, had visited
Mrs. McPherson's room once dur-
SOS call last night reporting that I Hunlred.s are reported dying jmis
except the coast guard cutter,, the HUNGER Kll I PUIFJtctr
Atlantic Towinir comnanv latn tn. "VCn fMLL.
day dispatched a fire fighting tug J NORTHERN
to'overnaui ner ana render all
flLSftiatanrn nnsaihln. 1
The New Britain sent out an I. AaOW,
WITHSTOOD LONG SIEGE
a . . . . i Rraniv nr nnti p am ..t j j vn
fno- tho wav . , . r I ine cajgo on uib sneiter aecK was I " u vwiti ux u-
lrth ti: 1 11 o clock on fire and that her bulkheads chan' nere! northern troops! for
in' the morning.
"i repiy to cross-examination
by Gilbert, the witness said tht
Mrs. McPherson had come in at
tne iront door and had rorintoreri
her full name, and, he added, "at
12 o'clock t ntrht "
The Ambassador was the s.
ona Ls Angeles hotel to be in
jected into the hearing today in
iuuoscuob witn the evanrelif
were red hot. Messages broad-
(Ooritinnad on py 2.)
LAST DAY TO REGISTER
OFFICE TO REMAIN OPEN XJN-
TTL EIGHT O'CLOCK "i
Today is the last time in which I
electors may register for the com
ing November election and for the
more than a month have with
stood the siege of the red forces
from Canton. Those dying are 'Civ
ilians, little interested in the suc
cess or failure of the opposing knll
itary; chieftahs. The soldier fde
f endera hare taken possession of
little odd supplies remaining. '
The fate of Wuchang appears to
lie with Sun Chuan-Fang. i"ho
troops of this powerful ally of jwu.
Pel-Fa, ruler of Central China.
Early in the mornlnr ,.,8 I r""" 'r l' haw mtnnceii t. '.ki jb ,Trj
'Z. " meiT,ue' aoor man at the 1, " , V." I ' ' I m soldiers.
WiarjC notel. corrnhnlu) I-- " -waa.i. uuius wiu re-
mony developed yesterday thar M"1. open unUI 8.6clock,ln the
airs. Mcpherson had gone to that Xm. v t . . V : ,
hostelry on the day she disap-1 Thoso Wn0 failed W yote
peared at the beach. - J- w I1, B wo Test period .orwho-hate
- Mi wm-m . r . . m J m
women who have changed their
name, hare automatically can
celled their registration and ; must
register today if they desire to
cast a ballot in the coming elec
AT JHE STATE FAIR
Melville, apologetic and voir in ir
tne nope that his evidence would
not reflect on the temple castor.
was firm, however, in his identifi
cation of her as the woman who
walked past him into the Clark
hotel about 10 o'clocn In the mor
ning of May 18 last, or about five
onrs before It was reported from
Santa Monica beach that t he wu
drowned. Like Walter B. Lam
bert, haberdasher, who was on the
etand yesterday, he told of a, port
folio carried by the evanr list
wcaruis uvr name in inn.
FOUR DEATH SIM WEEK
VALSOTZ, BIJIINS,' PORTLAND,
ISKAU ON LIST . ,
There were six fatalitien in flm. 1
1 The . testimony 1 of both contra-1 on ' due . to industrial accidents
jjiictod previous statements by Mrs. I dnrlng the week ending Sept. . 30.
Aicfnerson that she had not been according to a report preDared
1o the Clark por had owned such I nera yesterday by members of the
a portfolio. . . ' I btate - industrial accident commls-
Wallace Monre. SnntlTTtarKa. I "on; r 1 - V'K ;
newspaperman, appeared for thh Tlcums were van tans, val-
secohdtlhi'e IhTthe witness box ind f Wveorge, fJolley; Burns; Jack
once again , dragged J& the now T'V: Z T1" V, f rnz
r- ii. i .-,.- i i " wuuu uoainiD, - uriaai I
,t?fiwtt4 pap 8.) ;, J v?li, and C. f , Potter. Portland. -
' Woralti '
8:00 Concert i by Fife- twtd lirnra
corps of tirand JLnar t U
m Bopoblie.- . '
; 10:00 AaBont of BWrt) la
' - varioaa asriealtvral depart-
; BIBti. ( , . i
10:80 aeBHnitrtkn In bOT
Sris' eiab work ditulnii i-
11 :00 ArriTml io( visitiag' Shrlnon
orffaniiBtions. . . t- i
11:30 Conrt by Salem eoijrert banil
vaaar direction cl Oscar btMl-
aaBaaar.. .. , .
13:00 Addreaa I la art 4partaioa.
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1:30 fiaeaa Tooa Oak Tra--
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