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3ALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 926
PRICE FIVE CENTS
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s ?! if w H 5.aa w si
Vm Ob iT.y TWt Dftjr tj i
fi. silMfcet&iSB&l, 7, Vas
inafantlv killed when stte Walked
lar front; otH BpnUDoanq wwra
Paclfie train where nw
nvtruk vtHiterdar mornine. Mra.
Ifcnrel. who lives at, 795 South I
.Ida Mess, housekeeper, for C, JU.
- i4iu 3rnth Thirteentn
fltif;-i.i 'viiioH "!' - J 1
;The , crossing where, ahe waa
killed affords a'ciear ew oi me
nrt Bft reason for? her Hot
eVnr 'the train tan be off ered. I
except that she waa not "thinking I
or looking wnere wo'.. I
F. Doyle, loretnaa of a laboring I
rang about ieo yams apuin, wu ne
tne oniy wnnera. , n '""
in time to see the woman on tne
traek, .attempting to step back,
iMiir-u ubiu, w. "..r rr-i"
count of the. Ilrst finger on Mrs.
KW?r.W nan? De.mu6.
-When atrucx oy ,ine ui..i5
anM C!Iab,iI1i: IS!
"k "1 S "n. wmiamarena
i yu&- w.- -v,-t .4 - .-
v,v"!"r. - .r . : v .
En eleot Falls. Creek, ?oregcKM -v
fChe 'body ja at ttJgupn.s morJ-Bi
-nrendinr funeral arrangemeuta
rv is R uZiiU c-i ' Th Portland Chamber of Commerce
1: Track fatH0.ra blTCr th Lsal'em: Chamber of Commerce,' and th
1 'Unt Stna l)ahaer.tiri f all up ancr down the .valleyrsecUririfif co
. . ' , r ? I ljbf SQOOaJer of beets next Vear.
:y i.i : , .i ber Qf Commerce, in a letter
as ngeii!a..-- paltry 25000 war ;bt Eugene qorvillis-; Albany, Mc
one knew - ahe was ToTng to jfsit vhk?n w probably. couldn't .eoilect; MinnviUe.llillsboro.'ForestOrove.
??r.dfJ,A". JLr. .!iWV,?,?-OT1 Oregon Cit. Sllverton. Woodburn.
rc UtwaA twrirdatteh- ure tneirraepravuy given Dy aubscribed. (Though no one is
S f f JI rt M?? ntrtha V Robertson. . The Romanoq deceiving himself with the idea
it:?A?h2?v lost the i Russo-Japanese that it will be merely a short
!fi:&ir their smagement afternoon's work) y,vl
address; unknown, - and Cnarlesl - viM,ii. W.-!, il j A "PTT?;
that hixe not yer beea madeNalP0P5ne WJi; - - ij f
inquest wlll; be"heid; according to
tii-A n-; i?
- i'.:... tKJiwuX Slwfnfnr to aebte to sugar beets;
DEATH COMES AFTER PWYSSS' JKt SSi1:-18 lo be 8,d
I ?TAYT- HIVf.V
Sta'nTer' 'Cleslak of 4 Silver
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Creek 'Falls died hefa Sunday ; as
the result'of injuries suffered two .
weeks ago when an automobile in
which 3e war riding crashed into
a telephone pole on the stayton I
highway. ' - ' ! , ' . ; I
'It "was said that tne acciaeni i
happened during a hazing party
staged y. pupils or thr tayton
scboels. ,The .Ul-fate car , was
drfven by Richard .Phillips jot Me-
hmr ue lores aactvinnuu, x, u i
Stayton. suffered serious injuries
in the accident. tiaway irom tne uermans ana went
Tfoung Cieslack was 16 'yaanfito lengths of which the Germans
old and a sou of Mr. and rf.
r.hkrles" Cieslack. He alio ' leaves
..jogger brother. - r , .1 ;
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IV(lLl( -TFiUCK WRECKED fiQtiRV ruiwemextxrV to
1 W! . - .PiryX - ?T j ' -AMERICAS XOTE
SltVERTON, Or..- Oct. 19-
truck was badly damaged Sunday
eveniag when a car dr,iven by los -
CMi(fRTeii rBO.IllU' 11 )ltincvuu,iiisci vi inn iaiwuege e run , com-
,lnuthekdUch!. The'aicfdent picur-jpshy. His visrc wag supplement-
red. bn' ihe SllveriobSalem high-
way neir St: Taul's ach'ooi. It fa
!v-3r.Tl.?J- -UjiJL.-.v.N r
Mm' -Mwmmr 'n that it will
parked fading ft on i- do' its utmost to arrest the slayers
where the boys were delivering of tne American'
miTk when, the IReevea j:ar struck
itc' Mr.Reeves claims;. that the
Engemann car was not completely
on ine. pavemenv. . no neuicuicuiiM'p.
has a?fei ,peeh made. ; ; 'v " .'
ARREST tIELD IMMINENT
OFFICER HAYS TtCXT?
- SWINDLER NEAR END
KprTTS RURGH, PaV. , Oct. 1 8
iAV)- The arrest of Charles E..
ZO.OOcCIn'casli Friay;ind 'l. .
! wanted -in 'connection With a 'r?m he Pre0 Grdwers Cooper4 -
; i. v gwinaie wnica resuttea in
f MflBn Tfe "hB TtTntYinTYtnnA
vjngs:c .Tr-ist company, a labor
nkl was imminent tbnirnt. De -
leciiwe inspector , fjiyue caeDurn
Wj5 Z'.-::T' j V, v Y-V!'?-
: The Inspector, in charge of in-
icnunuu ttvoijit v"' iu
awindle. said he bcliflwed -Knann
detectives . out by 'automobile.
their destination unannounced.
I EXPEirrHAS BIRTHOAT .f.M
wWASHiNGTOf7b itiMuSi ThU apart
Harvey W. Wiley, well known ment here tl xlJtL ?rt:
chemtat ahd pure food expert,
iV.AV2 Tirthd f03
r 1 - - r" fv ii ,
d Offered by
Mr. Dod$on to Commuiucaie !yith Maiiar, Wion Salem
t AnaraDer ot commerce;
,v auey Aiaxe iasK
to be built ready to procegs the'
"Tnis, tb'hi is .ohe bf jthe most important announcements
ROBERTSON SPEAKS OH
f - cdnomoNs in Russia
- Nb itOTTEX
BoUnTik Amenta Would Spread
Propxsatada in ' Atner1c
pii miTii,Vv :Trr Wataa I
recosnlzea the -Bolshevik govern- j
rtnent . of Rnssta every ateamer I
fpnmine' to llaQimtrv wiU ube I
loaded with Bolshevin agents and I
propagandlstsrjMajor C. A. Rob- J
anson.'iop yeara arresiaent or
Europe, tdld'membera of'the Sa-
chamber of commerce yester-lnot
We , have "an element in " our
TOnate that -wants tne Unjted
igoreniment. - .ne aia. -out snoma
we prosiuuief our naiwo w gei, n
jl France ana Enciana recognueq art(1 towns in the valiev
rtbe Sol8heTiks. aidaV a esulthrJr
are' flooded by propagandists. M
cl aimed. Germany ia" alaortrou4
Seeps them out of Italy 'A returnj
M I LO HUIgia. DT IDe
iture tr tneir . aenrantr sriven oy
j7r-,.-v- Av k
nTe ou?h feMe. bef
1 Pen Wless, and their only thought
the 'f08t cJueJ- .n 1
KUTeroneoi iae worm uas ever i
witnessed." accordine to Mr. Rob4
ertso. Trahee loaned a total of
n million rfraacs .to Russia 'since
1892, he sald,;ln order to strength-
en the'eountry as an lty of the
French nation. In return, France il
expected Control of Russian banks,
miaes ana industries, vith thdi
faBK of . thefRomaioffs. Germany
gatnel, conttyiiOf. Russia. 'he. said
and sent ,TrotdXj as, a .bermaii
agent 'to Ihead the gofernment
iu ucrmaua tntgim uj ubiuk iud
Bolsheviks as a tool, but tbey got
fhad n6t drfanied.r , J
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I bav todav th.ui,.n
I foreign ofHce ttnd oroide personal
I inquiries' concerning the alayine
of 7. p.Spriggs, American 'mau-J
-J a rormai poie wnica neuent
I u "e Prii pf- ;
The, foreirn 'office rave Mr.
Priggs was killed at'Cnliacan.
capital of Sinaloa state. Robbery
Is presumed to have been the mo-
; CAE FOR 97,000 ' CHARGE
V A "Jury in' the elrcu it court ' here
yeeterd av -.ret urned a rd i rt tnr
the def e'ndanC In 'the suit 'bron h t
1 .r "r""vr s . . s -f--
I 'The Charees' Were Inn tvhf oaf.
I 'f "pears shipped from Med-1 1
I ford to Ker West. rt 'U I '
1 ne aetense alleged that freight
?fiWK8 bbniahave Been -bald by
the Bria to "which the f mil was
I consigned. " ' H ' r'
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,TIOX. FOR LEW .FIELDS
.NEW TORKOct. 1-(AP)-
appearance la 'The" Wild Row "
"CIaiFB.a1 tt anwratlou would
1 ww Bvcsarjr tomorrow.
complete cooperation in
a snori une
will cooperate with
ritracts for the erow-
upbly a sugar factory
1927 crop, in case .the con-
manager of the Portland Cham-
under date pf October 15, says,
r pat Tfe nare naa ior a long ume,
asd 'I r now . working on the
pti ard scope of our. cooperation.
I 'feel that such an opportunity as
this shbuld' arouse .'the deepest in-
rvrr-v: I terest 'of every part' of the Wtllam
urxr..i i.,.. i 4 tj -
ette valley and entire west side
of Oregon, and also the remainder
Of the state. ; It certainly com
mands most-' energetic support .
"We Will be in touch With Mr.
"Wilson of the Salem chamber of
commerce . 'at an -early 'date' in
working Tbttt- plana TWnereby . we
ay feoofielpate and aid
TJiat Aborit Settle! It
Th intort to-b tnkpn hv h
PnTtini ohgmUr f mmoo in
this matter labont Retain th .
curing: otv tho contracts and the
building: oil. the , factory, and In
time ao that ? Another year will
be lost. ' It is likely that the
Portland chamber of - commerce
will detail a man to get onto the
job and stay. on 4t till finished
?WOTking with the commercial
atfd Dank, and business
TH11am 4 1l .UUn
e.itnra colleite and of all the
LhmfvMiw T. t, ,iw rh
ifevry one wb
ought to be : interesta f can be
abased. .. it will be -a, short, Job.
with tha 9frU tisrlialta' nior.
''The i927"contractr 6f the Utah
aaDO sugar company are not yet;
out. So: it may' be 'that tne firsC
effort vrtih'mW&irES9Z "CSr.
growers of the valley sign states
vA -.aoA h win k
ham "dtetrict, one who is familiar
win, imii.t or, with
processing season is further along
there. The pulling of beets and
the making of sugar started at
Bellingham on the first of the
month : " l? '
The Proposition f"
Vc -4t ' r.Aar.
8tand that tne proposition is to
put practically the whole of the
wojette valley on an equality,
The utah-Idaho Sugar company
(Contintud oa'paf 2.)
, J ! v GOD SAVE THE QUEEN! V
1 1 1 1 1 1
iijr- - .-zr Jill w 1 h T5- x - 1
1 Srl r$m:
Hartley Recall Petitions Filed
7 tairy:bf Slate d ;
Report Charges Governor. With
Xnjdst Removal 'From Office
Mof "Three Regents i' of
, Vniveritjr Board
SEATTLE. 6ct? 18. (AP)
Recall proceedings -the ilrst' ever
'directed against' a chief 'eicutive.
or tnis state were inanrutea to
day, against Qovernor Roland K.
Hartley, with. the filing in' Olynrpia
of charges "of misfeasance, nia!-
of olTlce. J. Grant ! H,inkleV secre
tary "of , Btate, 'announced 'that 'he
wll ..pass "on their Sufficiency to
morrow.' ; ;
"It appears to toe that this ' Is
ih'e f sorriest day in the state of
Washington : when a goodly num
ber cif h.er 'people seem to .be cOn-
vipced that this is the proper way
out of the polilicai mesa' in which
we find ourselves, Hmkle saitt to
citizens who went to Olyopla from
Seattle and Tacoma to file cue
"Since the matter is likely to
go ' to the ' courts anyway, 'no mat-
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(Continued on p(e 4. .
BROWNING CALLED CRUEL
I N VPEACH ES'? 'AFFIDAVIT
APRIL ROfAXCK OF WEALTHY
MAN KNDS IX COURT ;
few York Iawyer and Girl's
Mother Both ( Appointed
as ' GSiardian
. NEW YORK. Oct. 18. (AP)
The April romance of Edward W.
"firowmng .has ended with two
sided court litigation as Its after
'Taking her first step by her 51
year. - old-- - wealthy. - hubant.'
"Peaches. 'as he' Called her during
their six month's 6f married life J
today obtained the' appointment bf
her mother as her guardian ad
litum.for the purpose of bringing
separation action : against Brown
ing on the ground of cruelty.
She now has two guardians, as
Supreme Court Justice Morschau
ser. in Poughkeepsie on Saturday
had appointed N. Otis Rockwood,
a lawyer of this city, as her guar
dian, on the request of Browning,
who maintained that the girl's
mother was not a fit guardian for
his. 16 fear; old wife. Browning
asked for appointment of a guar
dian in preparation for his filing
suit for separation on the grolind
of, desertion: ' ;'
The wealthy real 'estate opera-
( Continued on pace 7.)
0L)( .T A S H 1 0 N E D DAN C E
f SCHEDU lift FOR PR) DAY
RtiWAR OFFKRKI FOB REST
. " CHARLESTON 'DAXQER
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Contrasting of OKI and Modern
'Dances to Furnish Some
V ' 'Entertainment
:lndging'trom the numerous in
quiries received, the third old
fiddlers tonkest and "old fashioned
dance win be even 'more success
ful 'than ; those preceding.. The
committee has received many In
quiries from H parU of the valley
of'people planning to attend.
In brder that those who dance
may hear the instructions of the J
-caHer," George C. Will has kind
ly 'furnished the Lions with an
electric lood, speaker and micro
phone: Vibert r Todd have agreed
to install this inv such a manner
as to assure hearing to" the deaf
est of dancers..
In order to more clearly ' show
the contrast between the old and
new dances, the committee has of
fered an additional priie of S
to the best lady exponent of the
Charleston. Those wishfng to en
ter the contest should register at
once with the Portland Music
company, .55 North High street,
or George C Will. Several young
ladies have already signified their
intention to show the Salem pub
lic " what a real Charleston looks
At the dance this year wraps
will be checked and gome refresh
ments wijl be served.
A group of decorators under the
direction of O. D.: Olson will cre
ate the proper atmosphere.
'MA' FER0USON ACCUSED
AUSTIN, Telas, Oct. 18. (AP)
A legislative investigating com
mit fee here toIay-dug deep into
alleged irregularities m Governor
Miriam A. Ferguson's highway
commission and brought forth ac
cusations against the governor's
husband, former Governor James
Alleged offers Joy Ferguson to
obtain road contracts .from the
commission for a; mcney consid
eration were among the charges
made by witnesses, who began -to
piece together tne story back of
the highway situation which lias
agitated the state and which led
to the nomination of Attorney
General Dan Moony for governor
over Mrs. Ferguson. - .
INJURED WHIIJB HUNTING
Fred Sef ton, a former resident
of Salem and a member of Capital
Typographical unioti was reported
to have been injured by a horse
while; on a hunting trip. A party
of hunters passing through said
that the horse rolled on Mr. Sef
ton while they were climbing
steep gride." His Injury "was saL
to be serious. The accident bar
pened near Yoncalla) where M. .
Sefton resides on a rsnchi
Cloud of (Objections Hurled
tailed Story. :V.
SLANDER "THREAT ' MADE
Blind Attorney. Thought "Jlra. Ken-
nedy Fooled by Daughter "Re
' f KardlnK AbsenTOlm"'i
" Angelas Temple V'"
LOS ANGELES. Oct 18 (AP)
Bern ice ' Morris s smiled Into j the
eyes of her cross ' examiner .' today
and swore to a story of plpts, con
sidered by prosecution r attorneys
the most damaging yet revealed
at the preliminary hearing 5 here
of Aimee ' Semple "McPherspn,
evangelistic head of Angelas Tem
ple, accused of criminal con'
spiracy. ' .. ' . v:
The pleasant faced little 'sten
ographer from Long Reach', secre
tary of jR. A. McKinley, blind
lawyer recently 'killed with two
others when, his automobile over
turned, in' a raud hole, told some
of what she knew of her late em
ployer's, dealings with Angelas
Temple In his role of go-between
for the alleged kidnappers of Mrs.
McPherson lest May.
She detailed in direct examina
tion, through" a cloud of objections
by. the defense , attorney, W. I.
Gilbert, conversations with Mrs.
McPherson and her mother, Mrs.
Minnie Kennedy, accused with
her,- which the stenographer Inter
preted as efforts to have her con
tinue attempts to - produce any
persons who would fill the bill -of
the alleged kidnappers and any
shack which would correspond to
that in which the evangelist de
clared she had been held-a pr Is--
Miss Morris, replying to Gil
bert's cross examination, said that
she believed McKlnley's idea was
to find a shack to fill the descrip
tion given by the religious leader,
knowing " that Mrs. McPherson
would be ready to identify it.
In her dealings with Mrs. Mc
Pherson. during which she. said
s"he had led the evangelist, to be
lieve that one -of the kidnappers
had been found, she Produced a
photograph ,of a man named Joe
Watts, of Long Beach, because
Mrs. .McPherson , had . demanded
that oie of the -' kidnappers f be
photographed. , The pictnre was
taken, the stenographer said, after
Watts had been "made up" for it
with grease paint. McKinley told
her. she said, that Mrs. McPher
son identified the picture as that
(ContiaoAd'oa pr 4.)
ROBBERS ESCAPE PCB
FTVE MEN SPEED TOWARD
CHICAGO IN MACHINE .
' iWAGIACMich., Oct. 18.
-,.. Five robbers, who today
i ' r up and robbed the Lee State
'v. :: here of $75,'000 in cash And
s-' 'ritles and f error ised citizens,;
4.-, f:-'intly 'made'igood their es-
cap-, a snertit s posse iouna no
tru t of the . men who were last
seen speeding; toward Chicago la
an automobile. . . f . - ;
The men drove to. the bank.
shortly : before" closing., time and
commanding patrons and employ
es to lie, on -the floor scooped the
money, and securities into a bag.
A score of persons witnessed the
robbery - but;- were sent - fleeing
from the: scene when the' robbers
fired ryolleys 'from repeating shot
guns and pistols over their heads.
nie ,men rootainea 93t,uou.in
cash - and : J 3 9,0 00 in negotiable
secnritles.. ' ; ' ;
JAP POLICE HOLD YOUTH
idrfR STAR Ui,
. MIER IF HE RESISTED
v TOKYp. Oct.". 19. (AP) A
youthful loiterer whom the police
arrested last nighf was found. to
be carrying, a dagger and also a
letter "addressed to .Premier Wak
atsuki'urging . him to resign- his
office. The- youth's statement was
that be had been seeking an op
portunity to hand the letter tp the
premier personally and then tab
hira'tf "he Showed the least, sign
of turning down .this timely;. lad
vice.". -t , ;v -I, - , 'n'
; The police are Investigating but
they' tbfnlt possibly the boy's In
tentions were not serious but that
he was merely seeking notoriety.
DE&S 'jdRTED W
PROMINENT SOCIALISTS COX-
i. u DITIOX .;CRJTJCA1V'" ;,''";
CHICAGO, Oct. 1 8. (AP) .
The condition of Eugene V. Debs,
"internationally known socialist, ill
at a aan itanum at Elmhurst; ill..
was reported. . critical tonight i by
is physician. Dr. II. O. Wiseman.
he former socialist candidate for
resident baa been confined at the
nitarium for .a month suffering
om a nervous breakdown. . This
ndition b e c a m e : aggravated
out, a week ago when he, suf-
la-ed an attack of myocarditis.
m fiFQRRMIST ICE DAY
PROGRAM . AND 1 BIG rFARADE
SCHEDULED' FOR 'MORNING .
Dram Corps, Shows, Dances and
Football Part; of Unique
At the regular meeting of the
American Legion Post: No., 9 field
yesterday evening plans were . cp ni
pleted -for 'the second big Armis
tice .day celebration - In - this ?city.
Committees are at .work on the
final arrangements now under the
m . " a ' ' ma "' -v i " .
qireciipn or a. u, : tstaoij ijisuop,
Whov has charge of the affair.- v
( Capitol Post of - the American
Legion has a membership of 900
and every. member is. pledged, to
work and make this the biggest
thing ..ever; held in "Salens on: Ar-,
mistice r day. .it: is the Jl4n- .to
make, this a. day for celebration re
membering the dose- of the Wc" '
war..v .: : yi'--ixc-: :
,-; Numerous attractions have I
obtained for the day. The
theaters, '.'The Capitol." "Th
sinorej -The ? Oregon,"
Grand and "The Bligh't hare '
secured for special shows, I:
afternppp the Eugene High s,
.football team will meet the
Salem ..aggregation , on the
field. In the evening three C
Wilt.be held continuously at l- - .
to; b announced j jatert ,In tee
near future a ticket -.sale will ;be
started and each ticket will admit
the .holder to - pne of the -above
nientloned attraqtions. . Efforts
will be made by every member-of
pie ppst to aeil 20,000 tlciceta.' j
On-the morning of, AJrmisucH
day a - big parade? will-., be held,
which will t be participated :n by
'floats ;'froBt -various- business
hpuses, fraternal . and industrial
orders. .There will be three, or
four bands to add music dto; the
occasion. " The general arrange-J
menu; tor- ine paraue aq peius
handled by Col. Carl Abrams and
his able -assistant . Lyle , Duns-I
mure. They promise one of .the
largest and .best parades eTer wit-
- After .the parade a short - bro-
, gram win r De j given ax tne t vy art
Mothers Monument. A speaker
will be .obtained for .the occasiopJ
who 'will deliver 'a short address
; ,(ConUntiel.qn 4.) . I
crowd at 'Oedicat idr:
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KMGHT CHURCH OPEXIXG
"DRAWS' 500' OR 6bo'PERSOXS
'A crowd of '."'5 00 "or j6 00 . persons
jammed .the auditorium, gallery
ana aisies 01 tne new .nignt Me
morial : Cohgregation church . a!
the dedication . .services Sunday
afternoon, climaxing what, is said
tory of that church. ' s' t -"-'
The last ilOOtp payfor ifii
cnurcn was raised sunaay, after
noonsp to tit w-s rnicated Ire-
bersJolL; c. ..
"This is ; the greatest and .most
wonderful day . this church ( has
'ever; seen," said Rev, H.' C Stover,
pastor . "tt . so far exceeded ' pur
expectations that..we are just re
covering bur 'normal' 'frame of
-mind." ' : ; ' ' ?
BEND CASE fNEAR 'END
JLNSLAUfJHTER .' CHARGE . IS
' OUTGIWAVTH OF ACCIDENT
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BEND, Or.;: Oct. ;18.-(AP)
When -'the third day of -the 'trial
of CA. ii SChick 'Jr' oh 'a charge
tSf manslaughter, came to in end
tonight, but 'two' -attorney's 'argu
ments remaining to be heard. Both
sides -rested at; 5 o'clock tonight.
Nlghtt sessions. : Wefe . held two of
the jthree pights.. Judge Fred W.
WII803DL of The Dalles is the pre
siding Judge. ..,".."
The RiansTadghter change 'pre
ferred against' Schick '; grew out of
an ' accident last May 31 oh the
Bend-Ststers TiigUway "Which "re
sulted ' i the death nt Mrs,' Clara
CAMPBELL OUT OFV'WCE
ILLNESS ' FORCES CAmATE
TO RESIGX PLACE ' :
PORTLAND. Octr 1 8. (AP)'.
Thomas K. Campbell. chalrman of
the Oreron nnblic serrice commis
sion and republican nominee, for,
place ; on the ticket because- .of
illness. t, i .- j -
t f-tMr. Campbfll 'sent hia reslgiita
tldn to Secretary' of "State Koxer,
who will -receive it .tomorrow
' -PhiP Metschan chairman df 'the
republican. s.ate central commit
tee, ealied 5 a TeetIn ' of 'the cotri-
tnlttee for ; Wednesday 'to IUI 'the
vacancy, on the atale, ticket.
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LOS AXGELES MERMAN' TO
CATCH OUTGOING -TIDE -
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LOS ANGELES, OctTl. AP)
Gene Jordan, Los Angeles awim
mer, wmtake off from ,?oint yjn
cente.rpesartSan Pedro, at 7:64
b 'clock to morrow, "iaofhirig In lab
attempt to swim l the channel to
Catalina Island. ..Leaving, at this
fcour Jordan expep ts io c.ateli tbd
outgoing tle ' . ..
e ran mm
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Southern Pacifid Granlecl
Time Extension to Remove
y . , Railroad Tracks
MANX LICENSES FAVORED
t-fi0)erinans trusf r Company la
"Awarded Contract for Bonds, .
. Council to Subinit Xamea
; - for "Budget CommittcQ " j
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The city of Salent M to'frea
with. its paving, as It paves prae
?' -ally .any street petitioners ask
V was the opin ion expressed at
7 council meeting last night by
lerman. S E. . Purvine. Oaly
se. streets that are used to -a
ionable extent should, be paved,
jelieves..'; . -
At the first of he year the city
I have bonded Itself for S100,-
. - .(luiriurui pur
ses, according to Mr. PurvT-'-' '
jVf rlta.- ' ' ' ' 1
a report of the
ealth and police
apwuvito several hotel, billiard,
and - :card room- license applica
tions. a A report of the . committee
on lights favoring, the granting of
several, applications for ;electrw
signs was adopted. 1 : ' ' .
: ' A report of the zoning commis
sion favoring the denial of a peti
tion , for changing the sidewalk
line on Lefelle street was adopted,
as was ' an unfavorable .report ch
ine petition of Fred W- And.J. G.
Burger tor 'license to 'erect a till
ing'station-at Center, and Capitol
streets.. The commission reported
favorably on,, a 'petition of John
Williamson to - erect a one- story
business building' and the report
was adopted. -. ' .
: Plans for the; proposed fence
around ithe .Canada junk, yard on
North Capitol street, prepared by
Hugh Rogers, city engineer, and.
submitted; by the zoning com mis
sion, were adopted. The chief of
police - was called upon to serve
notice on Mr. Canada that he must
build the fence.
TA' report "of the "city attorney
saying that the-city was not liable
in a claim for a suit of clothes the
owner held to have been destroyed
through negligence of the city,
was adopted. ; - :
:U The chief of police was Instruct
ed to strictly, enforce the. city, or
dinance prohibiting riding. bicycles
oh sidewalks where the streetiis
paved.' . . -! , .
Each councilman was requested
fix Alderman L. J.. Simeral to sub-
njilj.tnp name 01 Roma uuu
his ward at the next council meet
tag'as a -candidate for the budget
committee. This, committee con-
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,: . (Coniinaed pr 2.) I
Red Grange in ."One Minute
; 'to Play. At the Oregon
."y theatre, starting Thursday.
, xhe Three Bad Men," ar.il
- "The Iron Horse of 9 2 S.f
- At the Oregon soon. . ; .
-"Stella Dallas," starting at
"the Eisinore Saturday. Playei
six weeks in 'Portland;
rThe Black Pirate," by Dou:
las Fairbanks, at the Elslr.orp
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