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f southwest,- , J VON (FMI
8 h We would be io-a beUet'tAikltlon if we
hal fought v'tliat 3 war fiarseli'e rltLout
1 dragginr France and England Into it. !
g- Jame JMontagno la NeVTToTt Herald
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Postal Employes' td Be Safe
COOldDGE FAVORS PLAN
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Po t ra t V'i General Suggests
&S CoVrttio !M by!!
Check Intead.of Cash to
'..ASHINa.TON,,' Oct,' i5.-(AP)
.rm'ed guards ' Adequately enu1
ei I-tf ef en" Jthe , malllfpnr tfce
depredations9 of gas's. armed
band'ltsweTe decided upon " today
by PresUeat Coolidgeaad his cab-Inet-aa
a-reanlt-of the Elixabeth,
N. JA inan robbery-ri ;: : ;'
if . it takes the; army and nary
to do" It," the XTnlteoT States mall
nftt&t be protected and Xhe Rites' of
postal employees safeguarded.'T de
clared Postmaater, General New in
a autement alter : the ' meeting. ,
The postmaster general sug
gested that concerns having large
naTroifssh"onld pay by check ii-
stead'eTIn' currency and thua otH
Tlate the necessity of banks mak
ing such tempting shipments ol
money through the mails, and said
legislation to make it a capital
offense to attack the United States
mails with armawould. be, recom
mended to congress by tbVpost
. "Any man who does it has mur
derous intent and the world Is a
deal better off without hlm.,
JVew aald, "There is not an
other4 country on the gIobef--d-!
spite talk about lawlessnessthteyr i
ery and landlftectei Wf&lff
' certain of these connieB-where,
'tuck , things are . more prevalent
todajrthan lnkouy owsn If, it can
not be suppressed by one means.
It should be by another, wholesale
hangings might ' go further than
anything else. It would curb their
' Immediately after : learing'the
cabinet meeting the " postmaster
general called upon Director Lord
of the budget and served notice
that the postoffice department
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JOHN COOLIDGE GUARDED
PRESIDEXT8 SOSt' WATCHED
BV SECRET SERVICE SIAN ,
AM HERST, Mass., Oct. 5.
(AP) Information obtained here
Is to the, effect that a -secret serv
ice - man has been-, guarding John
CooIldgeIsoqot the president, a
student at A atheist college,'? since
the youngman returned here at
the. opening of,he college' year. . ,.
It is saIdon, frustworthy. 'au
thffrUr that he presence t. the
secret serylce mantis doe tjthe
fact, that, threatening letters have
been received, either by the.presU
dent or his son, and while' they
are . believed to , be the work of a
harmless crank, , It " Is" considered
wise to take proper precautions
against any possible .'attempt to
harm the young man. . . -
ONE FATAL ACCIDENT
COMMISSION REPORTS 813 AC
CIDENTS IN WEEK . -
There was one fatality in Ore
gon due to industrial: accidents
during the week ending October
14, according to a report "prepared
here yesterday oy the ,- state r in
dustrial accident commission. -
The victim was 'J.' R. Rufer.l
donkey fireman of Holbrook. pf
the 813 accidents reported to the
commission during tho. wKk, 67.
were subject to. the provisions of
the workmen's compensation, act,
120 were from firms and corpora
tions that have rejected the 2aw,1
end 15 were from public utIPtles
ivntUled to state protection. '
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PUBLICATION DISPLEASING TO
. MRS, COOLIDGE
WASHINGTON, Oct. 15. (AP)
Newspaper publication of a ser
ies of articles under ; the title
"When Mrs. Coolldge Was a Girl.'
prepared by Mrs. Herbert. Hoover,
. wife of the secretary1 of commerce
has been abandoned because such
s publication would be displeasing
to Mrs. Coolidge, the Washington
; Evening' Star -announced. torfay-in
explalalngthe- fail are. oL the, first
Lions Club Perfect All Plans fdr Unique Event Where Modern
ll ; People TSIay DjemonstraW?Thei4AnlIqu'e Terpsi
I J ' chorean4 'Ability 1
t- 1 ' ' I .
f How xrianyVof the modern f sheiks and flappers can dance
the gavotte or the polka, and navigate themselves through
aU. the intricacies of 1 the; old -fashioned "square dances?'!
Whoever, thinks he. can .and has an" ambition to demonstrate
his ability in antique terpsichorean' art will have' an oppori
tunity to-do so 'at the Lions club old' time dance1 and fiddlers
contest at the armory. Friday; October 22iJ. ; 1 4 l: ;
f All the" old time fiddlers in town are ransacking the attic
and cupbpards' to fihd iwhere they laid the old violin aftertbey
i'Th gave . up playing . it years ago.
POSSE, RACES OVERBROAD
SEEKING ARMED BANDITS
crescecitV bank' yields
loot to robbers '
XorthejrnAvenea. of. Escape Now
Guarded ' by Grants Pass
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;!ElXREKAtCal4 Oct. i5.-(APj
-Two ! automobiles 1 filled ' with
deputies from ths: sheriff's otfice
nere, ana mi armea wicn riaes,
tonight raced northward -over the
Redwood highwayjn tbe. direction
of Crescnt City in the hope of in
tercepting ' three bandits , reported
beaded in this direction after hav
ing Held np and robbed the Cres
cent City bank of more than $10,-
ooo. ; 1
The robbery took place at noon
todayi the men heading north in
a large automobile. '
Wires to the north had been
cut .-by. the ibandlts-. Grants pass
autborities. notified through the
sheriff's office here, are watching
northern avenues of escape. The
bandit car, 'according to reports
hftre, was wTecked north of Cres
cent , City, the' bandits securing an
other I automobile and t doubling
back' toward the south, ij j
The leader 'ot the three "men is
described as about 32 years old.
5 feet, 7 Inches tall, and weighing
about 1R pounds. He was smooth
fchaveb had a prominent nose- and
wore a cap and Jxeavy brvxn ovei-
soat--; - :.:
. Another is described as being
ihort and"; henry set.' ' : He had a
AIR? SHIP! HEADS: HOME
LOS AXGKLES CHANGES PLANS
BECAUSE' OF , WEATHER
DETROIT, i Mich., Oct. 15.-
(AP) -For. the second time with
in .a. month, - : lighter-than-alr
dirigible of the United States
armed forces has been forced by
threats of .inclement weather to
hasten its departure from Detroit.
. On '.September 18, the army
semi-rigid airship RS-1, left Hur
riedly, for' its home hangar at
Scott field. Ills, putting short ex
hibition maneuvers at Selfridge
field. Today th e 'navy's queen of
the air, the Los' Angeles, after a
successful tnooring at the Ford
ajrport mast, f hadTlts ; plans ,sud
deniy changed and att 4:15 p. m. ,
started towards Its Lakehurst, N.
Ji base.-. -:(y "" .
l-ABOR r CQUNCIL MEETS
PRESIDENT GREEN s AUTHOR-
1 v IZED vAB DELEGATE '
Detroit; m Mich., Oct. ib.
(AP).-The executive council of
tbe 'American Federation of Labor
meeting; today to dispose of press
ing matters carried over, from the
federation's' forty-sixth' annual
convention,, authorised; President
William ; Green do accept the Invi
tation - of the Mexican Confedera
tion 'of - Labor to meeting of
labor leaders front several ' coun
tries in& Mexico City Iate J this
President' 4 Green explained to-
kpight .that previously, accepted in
vitations throughout, the. United
States In, connection with the No
vember 'elections would, 'prevent
Jils Oing to Mexico Citv tt ,
AVYSHIPI IN i TROUBLE
TRANSPORT BREAKS '. DpWN
i200 .MILES rimO-ClWT
: SAN DIEGO. Cal., Oct 15.
AP) -The. naval transport Chan
mont. bound from AnnapolU for
San a Diego. . has . suffered engine
trouble 260 miles sou th of Ban
Diego, according to radio des
patches received at the naval dis
trict headquarters here. s
ESTATE LEFT TO WIDOW
RALPH STOUT WILL FILED IN
1 4 , i ; PROBATE COURT
- KANSAS CIT.Xt Mo- OcUlS:
ArTho estate of.Ralph Stout,
managing editor of ; the Kansas
City Etar. who died here Sunday,
was left .to his widow, according
lo-ft': will tned-fc in: probate ' court
here tod ayvu Valuation' was placed
They, are warming up their bow
ing' arms and going through Um
bering up 'exercises in preparation
for the big contest that will begin
at 8 o'clock. ' '
A contest' of real old ; timers is
guaranteed, as no one under 50
years' of age w'bef allowed to
enter, and onlyjiOf of jthem can
get In.' The!oId'' tiddlers' who wish
to; compete vill j register at the
Portland .Mpslc ' ' company, -355
North Highr . ' '".-?'-
' A sharp contrast between mod
ern and Mid-Victorjafi, dance steps
Is alated -toi folloir lithe' - fiddlers
contest, beginning at 9 o'clock.
Old 'fashioned and' modern- dances
will be alternated on the program.
The dancers' will be able to rest
from the. barbaric convolutions of
the Charleston' by parading slowly
through the dignified steps of the
quadrille or the ; maxurka. .
The committee In charge of ar
rangements : says j that : It , has ob
tained the services : of the best
and most stentorian caller in Sa
lem T one who knows what to yell
and when to yell it. For the ben
efit of those who do not under
stand what a caller is, he is the
person who barks the signals in
as old fashioned dance. Instead of
(palling "shift" he emits something
like' the following:; "Swing your
inaMri Bwng'youx paw. wing that
gtrl from Arkaansaw," whereupon
those dancers who know how, do
what is indicated.
Four fiddlers have already sign
ed for the contest. Lions club offi
cials stated last night, and many
more .applicant aref-expected to
try for .the ' three prises; offered,
one of $10, one of $5 and one of
The Portland LlonsMCinn ' nas
sentword that a caravan of. cars
will i come down' for the occasion,"
and 'Lions from ,other nearby clubs
are also expected to attend. -
The dance will be-improved over
the, one given last year, it was an
nounced. The hall will be elabor
ately decorated,. f and Prun-Port
will be served to the guests.
MOONSHINE PLANTS FOUND
SEATTLE, Wash., Oct. 15.
(AP) Two of the, largest and
most elaborately, equipped moon
shine distilleries ever found in the
Pacific northwest jwere uncovered
In the Cedar River Valley, near
here,' today. t r
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" SALEM, ORgjGfoNS ATTOD AT
Howardl PSayage ;of Chi-
cagb' Wins Chief Post
After Bitter Fight
RESERVE CORPS FAVORED
Delegates. Acclaim Commander
Following 5-Hour Deadlock
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 15.
(AP)-rlloward P. Savage of Chi
cago,' today .was elected national
commander of the American Le
gion .in what, was the stiff est fight
for the office in the history in the
The election was made sudden
ly by, acclalmation when the na
tional convention was in apparent
deadlock. His! principal opponent
was Colonel J." Monroe Johnson,
of. Marion, .South Carolina,' who
withdrew while; the 21st ballot was
being taken. The delegates strug
gled for nearly, five hours to
break. the deadlock.
It took but j a few minutes to
name the other officers who are:
(Continued on pae 2.)
ROBBERS BELIEVED HID;
IN ABANDONED QUARRIES
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FORCE OF BOO STATE AND CITY
r - POLICE IN HUNT
Picked Squads With Riot Guns
unit um itomiia Aaronce to .
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- SOMERVILLE, N. J., Oct. 15.
(AP) A force of 500 state and
city police and citizenry tonight
closed in on a small circle, which
has been thrown about the foot
hills of, the Watchung mountains
in the hunt for the eight mail ban
dits who killed one man,' injured
three others and escaped with
3100,000 at Elizabeth yesterday.
It is the belief of Major Mark
O. Kimberling, In charge of the
force, that the robbers have found
refuge in abandoned quarries or
the huge rock crevices between
Liberty Corner and Chimney Rock
at the extreme southern and of
An advance of five miles was
made during the day and tonight
a picked squad armed with riot
" Coatianed from page 8.)
A WEAPON THAT SHOOTS TWO
MORNING OCTOBER 16, 1926
JMEETS MtH FAVOR
J SEVEN HUNDRED FOURTEEN
- ME3IBERS REPORTED J ' ?
Willamette University Contributed
Fifty . Memberships
The second day of the YMCA"
membership campaign has closed,
with a total of $7927 and more
than' 500 memberships reported
at the second ' campaign luncheon
of the senior division held yester
day in the YMCA-building:' The
next luncheon will be held- Mon
day.' Willamette university has con
tributed 50 memberships and the
junior board in 'the boys' division
has raised $537 and 164 member
ships, making a grand total of 71 4
memberships in all divisions.
In the senior division,' district 1
reported 2H memberships ! and
$494; districts had 42 member
ships and 3304J district 3 had 40
memberships and 3807, and-, district-
4 had' 40 membership, and
3778. AU this "was ralsSd Fridays
Women ?who ; served' the-4unch
eon yesterday were Mrs.; F-VA, El
liott; Mrs. Carle Abramsj Mrs,' Le
Wood, Mrs, Eric Butler and Mrs.
A. S. Reed.
BEERS DIES YESTERDAY
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NATIVE OREGONLAN, ME3IBER
OF PIONEER FAMILY 3
Oliver Beers, 81, native of Mar
ion county and a member of one
of the pioneer families in this sec
tion of the .state, died here yester
Mr. BeerB was born on the -old
Alanson Beers donation land claim
in Mission Bottom, 10 miles north
of Salem, April 10, 1845. He
lived there until 1904 when lie
moved to tbis -city.; , His father,
Alanson Beers, was a member of
the first board of governors.
Besides his widow Mr. Beers
is survived by. a-daughter. Mrs.
C. H. Evans of Salem; three suns,
Arthur C. Beers of Salem; Ivan
C; Beers of Woodburh.- E. Murray
i3ecrs of Salenv and two. brothers,
John and William , Beers. .
' Mr. Beers had been a . member
of the Evangelical church fcr more
than 50 years. . . v ,
BEND GETS FIRE TROPHY
PACIFIC COAST FIRE CHIEFS
MAKE MERIT AWARDS
FRESNO, Cal., Oct. 15. (AP)
Fresno was awarded the Ince fire
trophy In its class tor othe third
time at today's session here of the
convention of Pacific Coast Asso
ciation of Fire Chiefs. " . The tro
phy is now the permanent possess
ion, of. this city. For cities of
100,000 population or over, .the
award went to Sacramento, while
for cities of 15,000 or under. Bend,
Ore'., was declared the winner.
HAD SHACK Piiil
Angelas Leader, Anxious to
Keep, Documents; From
Public Says Witness
CHAIN OF. EVIDENCE LONG
Mrs. Wiseman-Sielaff Maintains
Coolness"' and ' Assurance De
. spite Barrage of Queries
- From, the Defense
t LQS f .ANGELES,: : t Oct. 15.-
L'(APJtBernice Morris today testi
fied at, the preliminary hearing of
Almee. Semple MePherson, evan-
geliat'.;- on; , criminal conspiracy
that axbIindt?attorney, recently
killed under an automobile had in
his possession documents bearing
on the MePherson case which the
evangelist' declared she was anxi
ous to keep 'from the public.
Miss Morris, secretary to R. A.
McKinley, the blind lawyer, who
several weeks ago was found dead
with two. others under his over
turned car in a mud hole,, men
tioned particularly a road map
which, she testified, Mrs. MePher
son said she did not want to "get
into the hands of the newspapers."
McKinley first entered the Me
Pherson mystery several weeks
after the evangelist was reported
drowned when he announced that
two men who said , they had kid
napped the evangelist nad asked
him -to! act tas go-between in- ar
ranging a ransom. -
At the time ef McKinley 's death
Angelus ' ' Temple headquarters
stated that he had been seeking
PIPE ORGAN, DEDICATED
CHURCH DEDICATION , . SERV
ICES ARE ON SUNDAY
. A crowd estimated .at 450 per
sons packed the auditorium of the
Knight Memorial -, congregational
church; last night to hear William
Robinson Boone .pf Portland give
a recital on the new Kimball pipe
organ, installed , in the church,
which was completed recently.
The acoustics in the new church
proved to be excellent, as the ma
jestic tones of the organ could be
heard , plainly In all corners, of
the big room. : Miss Kate McEwan,
contralto, sang two . groups of
songs that could also be heard
easily all over , the room. Donald
J Allison was accompanist.
Professor iodner ,1s one of the
best known organists in. this part
of tbe country He .'-plays at the
First Churchy of Christ Scientist
and at tbeewfsh Synagogue, both
In Portland, besides Instructing
classes in various other towns.-
Professor Boone played about
10 numbers, vail -of. .which were
pronounced excellent''-by the big
audience. --. v- t. . :
The fdrmal dedication services
of the new -church will be held
Sunday. Rev, v H. C Stover is
pastor. ; : . " "
WIXLOS AND KELLEY . TO PAY
PENALTY NOVEMBER 5
Invitations f oritbe" hangings of
James WIHos and Ellsworth Kel
ley; which naye been set for Nov.'
5. will be. limited to prison of
ficials, clergy, physicians . and
newspaper meat according to gar
den Llllie of the -state Denitenti
ary. . Warden LiUie said he had
t eceived ar large number - of re
quests 'for; invitations, several of
which came from fPortlandl .?
. Willos and Kelleywere '; con
victedof first degree 4 murder In
connection with . the slaying 4 otl
Milton Holniad and John Sweeney,
guards, : during a break at the
prison In August,. 19 25. , '
i OF BIRTHDAY PARTY
S. S. LEVIATHAN, .Oct. 15.
(AP) Queen Marie on the third
day of her! ocean yoyage spenttea
time In the suite of Mrs; Woodrow
Wilson IV was ;thei birthday 'of
th; r widow of thW American war
president and therqueen . and'her
family amended - the birthday" tea
b inritatiofl'Df Mrs.4WUsdn.jr; t
There was a . birthday cake -a
large 'oblong earmel-coated loaf
decorated . with pink roses and
Mrs. Wilson's suite was filled with
flowers sent by the steamer's offi
cers and many passengers., .". ' -
4Jerry Learns Nahie
UNKNOWN LEGION AntE ' IS
. IDENTIFIED RY! BUDDV ; v
BALTIMORE, Md.,' Oct. 1 5-i
J.iAP)f-f.:Je'riT Tarbot,. thr
legionnaire without '. a name;
was V recognized , by , Israel M.
Green berg of Baltimore today
as George Beaupre, a French
Canadian r and " Xlreenbergs
buddy" in the AEF." Green
berg made the iden'ttfieatibn'af
ter reading an Associated 'Press
story of the efforts made at thf
American Legion -convention- itf
Philadelphia ' to Identity Tai
bot." '- ' ' '
BEUEP EXPRESSED ; OWNERS
, HAVF. RIGHT TO WILD
Property CHrnerS Present Petition
to Zoning '. CooipVissioii '
,Herc:Friday ,i; ,
Decided epposition from prop
erty owners within 500 feet-'of
the intersection' of " Center'arid
Capitol streets to the filling "sta
tlott" proposed for the corner", de
veloped at an . informal "'meeting
of !the City' planning : and zoning
commission last night: No action
was taken.' as the commission had
one less than enough ' members
present for a quornm," - v
: Dr. v f. ' W.' Burger and T. - J.
Burger have petitioned the' com
mission for permtasiori to erect the
filling "station, -ana: a special meet
ing 'had been called for last night
to hear arguments for and against
it. . 4- i?e - - ? ;;r : j
Five, residents of. ;.the- district
were-present and presented a'ro
monstrance signed by ff property
owners. Arguments - against the
station were - presented by- H.
Worth, Mrs. C- I. Lewis and J,
Bowen. : . 'i , .'''! "rfv 't
. Their statements were all to the
street, that.-the;. proposed 'station
Ity tot the district as a residence
section, would be a menace to the
safety of children goingtoAad
from school, and that: permitting
the station In that district would
establish a dangerous precedent.
Ray - L. ... Smith, . appearing (for
the Burger brothers, 'stated 'that
the intersection was a logical one
for such a station, Capitol street
being the main artery through the
town, in a north and south "direc
tion,, and Center street-being also
a busy 'street, leading ' from the
country' west of Salem V to the
Marion-Polk county bridge.! ?
There' is a limit to' the, police
power of the city in regulating k
man's .use of his propertyraecord-ing-
to Mr. Smith, 'and there Is a
question as to whether the r com
mission should deprive a man" of
the right to use such an Intersec
tion as. this for business purposes.
A -decision of Justice Thomas A.
McBrlde was -cited to support this
contention by Mr. Smith.
GRIEF, LEADS TO SUICIDE
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MAN SHOOTS SELF ON MOUND
OVER WIFE'S GRAVE "!
THE DALLES, Or.. Oct. 15.
(AP J. A'. Yaden, 7 5 of Kelso,
Wash., .today took r a bouquet -of
fresh flowers.' to the grave of this
wife In a local cemetery; knelt bed
side the' ' mound,' and then placed
the muxxle of a pistol in his mouth
and pulled the trigger. He died
before a physician could arrive.' ?
A note on his person, said: 1
"I own the lot ?wheremy wife,
Lsure vane, lies.'1 There, is room
forme berflde her." At
E. C. Yaden, Kelso, Joseph Ya
den, Colfax,' Wash., and two other
sons survive him. Mrs. Yaden
died at Trout Lake in 1920.
BANK OFFICIALS HELD
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FUNDS ; REPORTED MISSING
FROBI INSTITUTION , - J
fi PITTSBURGH Pa Oct. 15.--(AP)
Three officers ? of , the
Brotherhood: Savings & Trust com
pany. Pittsburgh's only labor bank
- . . . A . MX m w :
were,arre8iea tonigni aiier
000 "to $400,000 of the bank's
funds were reported missing.
JCa charges "had been placed
against them late tonight pending
official investigation of the disap
pearance of. the funds. -V .H
CARTOONISTS MUSTf PAY
COURT AWARDS AEDITA FISH-
T, ER' TE3DTORARY, FUNDS J
Mrs. Aedita Fisher, wife.ot'Bud'?
Fisher," the 'cartoonist, was4 award
ed 52501 week temporary all:
monyand a' $5,000 counsel fee fa
t"he ' appellate division; of 'the su
preme, court; today pending trial
of her suit for separation. Fisher
will . also have to pay his - wife
$1,800 for living expenses from
May IS tq July Hi ' S.-'
PRIC3T FIVE CEITTS
OUieivI Passengers Slightly
v ! Injured When Two Mach
' i ines Collide
CARS HURLED INTO DITCH
Coroner Rtgdon States Inquest to
i Be Held at JefTerson to
"DtiUni'me Cause of" '
' ; Accident , l-
- .MrsJ.Emn:a-:Cole-t,70fc of. I
son . ; was j killed VpractJ! call, r t
right ' when : the , car-In-whic the?
waa-riding was -struck" by anol r
one on.the Pacific highway e!
miles ; r.outh . of : Saiexrf, 5' both . j. -
chines being hurled ini4 the ditch
by t the Impact. Mrs. N. H.'.potr
riding in. the' same car -with Mrs.
Cole,- Vas slightly Injured vi
was brought to Salem for medi
cal attention. ' .. -. ' .. '.
. In . the car cwith Mrs.' Cole and
Mrs. Doty .were her husband,- N
H, Ipoty ;shd' sob : Lindsay, Doty,
who. Waa5 driving , the car.,'..Thq
other - car. : was driven by Mrs. G.
W. 5 Brown of Rcedley. CaL,-wfca
was accompanied by J, S. Zleilly
of; Portland,:; '. : ; .;P; '.. V
The Dftr- car.-- was-, travelliis
north wb4-nJ he uccidsnt occurred,
with the Brown car gotag tta ci
posits dirstiAOT Mrs, .Drawn said
that -hex: ear. Apparently kidded,
turning just in front of the other
one; t She.. claimed', to. be going
about 0-miles an hour. . ,
Mr Oole wasTldis' toTtle re 2.2
seat'of thenar and lier dsaih ap
parently was caused by.lxer' f al 1 in g
forward so that her head struck
the f rofi f seat, resulting in h tr ae-
tnfed Bkulir' '
; TWd othef fatal acddenU ha v"t
occurred "ftt" the saine place-' on VLt
hlgnway' tri'ihelast two years. ?
. Coroner Rigdon announced that
an inqudst -would oo held 'at' Jef
fersonHnls' morning," where ! th
body -ot - 3frs. ' Cole "; was taken
Nothing has been learned yet that
would discredit Mrs; Brown's ac
counthe stated.4 r t., v, :i -
'Nefther'cart wis overturned br
the crash but' Mrs- Brown's car
was turned completely around, so
that" it wasv Xactng1-; back to the
n6rth, ; MrrRigdon stated. u
TO STAY SAYS FORECAST, "
-.. PORTLAND, Ore.. Oct. M5.
AP.) Rain i wilt feature I the
stoTm along the; coast - tomorrow,
according- to, forecasts rfmade.. to
night by Edward L; Wells, meteor
ologist sfer the United States
weather r bureau here. .The ter. -per
at ure will remain moderate and
the .wind ,roclty;wiIl.'be taitly
strong, but probably not ireturr
Ing.to the record of . 68 miles per
hour -reported at North Head late
Thursday.' . : . - )v.
-,Wlnd at North. Head today was
reported .32 miles per hour. Bar
Qraeter, resdlhgs , were very low,
GeneraVIo4ri!res8ure.was re port
ed' throughout the ' Pacific, coast,
with cold na in Alaska.
ROBBEtfS1 CAREER EflDS
ONE. YOUTH .IAY, DIE FTV031
.,' "i OFFICERS'. BULLETS ;
f.RENO",' Ner.i' pci.' i5.(AP)
A,' career., of I banditry carried ' on
hy'.George arid W?lUam Lewis. 20.
and 23fyear-oid " . Winters, " Cal..
brothers ..was' ended early ' today
after they,. had' rob bed a 'Japanese
lauhdry . kC Sparks and lied, firing
at police who had' Surprised them.
' George Lewis,' the younger, is at
the county hospital with 'a bullet
hole through "his body.11 ;He may
die. ; William Lewis is held in the
Reno ; city ail E after 'confessing
that he an4 his brother committed
lhe.-Sparks ' robbery, with p ol ice
confident the pair 'are also respon
sible for burglaries committed at
Wadsworlb, Fernlcy and Fallon.
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JB ERTY l: Oct. 5l (Fperial)
;i-Br uce-",;'Fbx;; ein ployed "at, t'
Marion garage,. ;broke.;botU t
in his .leg When the. slip 1 cd in f,
grease, and .water on the . c.
1 Ha wa.nhlnar.rodm. He la at? t
go. on crutches and as it v
cian break. h Is expectea u 1 -