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CombmiiMMpZm Training Schools, Witli All We State CRmeWt W6odbum; mil Sm xpmsb
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southwest win .a, occasional "gales oil coast
can make wood alcohol outof sawdust the
Maxlmnm ' terrperataffeeffterday 76. mini
mum 63, river -2.0, rain .07, atmosphere
cloudy,, wind sooth; -.. . . " . , V
Dooueggers wm stm nave plenty or pure corn
liquor. . - - --- - - .
SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 3; 1927
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PRICE ? FIVE CENTS
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precious Time Should Not
Be Wasted-dn Futile Cah
cfir "Reitiedy,s ' Argued
NEW OFFICERS ELECTED
tr: Hugh Sfount of Oregon City,
i Head State ieycal Society; .
i t -Dr. H. J. Ctementa of. Sal
eru Fills Vacancy
. Condemning the so-called "can
cer, cure of -Detroit, as one abso
lutely valueless,, the .Oregon , state
medical society yesterday . adopt
ed resolution urging the public
pot to be deluded , into subscrib
ing: to thet. cure. Emphasizing
early attention as pecessary for
successful treatme&tr the medical
men asked that no time be wasted
on cures which have proved to bej
' The state medical society in the
second day pf its annual meeting
in Salem elected hefollbwfng of
ficers for this year:, m
i: President, !, Drl Hugh 1 Mount,
Oregon ' City; president-elect, prt
1,B. Bouby LaGrande; first yce
praldeJt.Dr JJ. Slften, Hood
BlTer; secoridTJceprfsident,' Dr,
A. B. Peac3ckf Marshf iejd ; third
vice-pjreside'ut, pr. r Keene)
SMTerton; " secretary, Dr. Ti Di
Strieker, Portla'ndJ: and treasurer
Dr. J. Earl 'ElsePortland. '
, ,. V ciements Ionored 4 '
' Dr. H. J. Clements of Salem,
was elected to assume the unci
form of Dr. E. E. Fisher
ugh .1 99 'as counselor., pr.
bjr was chosen to succeed Dr.
W. t. JWcAdery for a term ending
i,im- .... . ... . .
t Th following were elected
counselors to serre for three
years: Dr. Frank Mount. Oregon
CJty, Drl C. J. 8mUh Portland,
and D,r. George ,Houck, Roseburg.
Dr. William Kuykendaii, of Eu
gene, was elected as a delegate to
the next conference of the medi
cal associatian. with Dr. E. X. Mc
Daniels as alternate. .
; Opposition to kny reduction of
automobile license fees on the
ground that the present plan of
the state highway commission is
sound, was expressed in a reso
lution. The medical men desire
that the present 'plan of continu
ous improvement of roads be
maintained, on the 'ground that
good roads are a necessity for the
proper practice of medicine.
It was voted that the next place
of meeting for the medical socie
ty would be decided by the conn
selers later In the' year. V
Following the election. Dr.
Dean Lewis of John Hopkins med
ical school talked on Infections,
distinguishing between ' general!
and local infections, and their
treatment. He urged conserva-
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! JO CENTER HERE
OREGOX fOVSCth MOVES
i HEADQUARTERS TQ SALEM
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Central Location1 Reason; Office to
to be Maintained at Local
T. M. C. A.
Headquarters for Jhe Oregon
Council of Religious Education
will be moved from Pprtland to
Salem within the next few days', it
was decided following a meeting
of the Marian ' county council at
the local T. M. C A. rooms last
night. . x ' . f
The state council will be under
the direction of State Secretary
Price, who will take over the office
formerly filled by Mrs. Jean John--.aon.
. He will have an office in the
KVlenV Y. M. C. A. building, and
4 conauct acciTiiiei or me coun-
J, alarly in he Willamette valley.
i Headquarters nave been In Prt
land for ; a number of year.
Among fhe reasons for, moving to
Salem Is the fact that this cJty Is
. . .!" 1 a. m .
conslderea more ceniraiiy aocaiea.
. The Oregon Council of Religious
Ed u cation exists for the purpose
of, fostering religious education of
every kind. 'It is interdenomina
llonal, and a branch of a national
ionization of a similar name,
Mr. Prica ernecta to jorganlza gun
day school activities and also-day
: M JWS TftOUSERS
ISVT THAT WAS VtA TEARS AGO,
. . BAgUETICERS RECALL
Medical Men Relax and Spin Yarns
b Good Old Horse and
When "reading" medicine was
the accepted training for the med
ical profession .
When horseback and buggy
Were the accepted means of transportation-
When diptheria, typhoid, small
pox, and similar diseases, now con
trolled and guarded against by
preventative measures, were baf
fling problems to medical men
' These days were recalled at
the "old-timer's" table of annual
Oregon State medical society ban
quet last night at the Marion ho
tel. About 30 physicians were
found to have been practicing
medicine 'since the year 1902.
Dr. George W, Tape, affection
ately colled "The Bishop of Hot
lAke., presided at the banquet.
His stories were not exceeded In
wit by any of the numerous ones
Dr. Tape, who is now located at
Paso Robles, California, made a
special trip to be tbastmaster at
the banquet. He Was a practic
ing physician ftt Hot Lake, Ore
jgbri, in the early," days.
Another" distinguished guest at
the banquet was General McAlexi
ndfer,,'the "Rockbf the MarnV
famous for his brave exploits dur
ing the world war. The general
Is now ra Calif orhian. Dr. Wil
liam Kuykendaii, of Eugene, was
found to be" the 'oldest physician
In pdJnt of' practice present at the
banquet. 'He has been a licensed
practitioner ' for 49 years. '
I oihfer "old time" physicians
cite"d were Dr. Andrew C. Smith.
Portland, 38 years; Dr. W. B.
Morse, Salem, 36 years; Dr. R. J.
Pilkihgton, Astoria, 35 years; and
Dr. Calvin White, Portland, 33
It was found that three, doctors
at the banquet had been profess
ors at' Willamette university when
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RENEW PACIFIC RUMORS
Three "Red Flares Lead to Hope
Dole Flyers Alive
HONOLULU, Sept. 2. (AP)
Three red flares seen by the crew
of the BteaTmship City of Honolulu
Wednesday night caused a futile
search of two hours by the vessel
in the hope that they might-have
been lighted by the missing Dole
The officers of the steamship.
which arrived Jtoday from Los
Angeles, reported that the flares
had been seen at 8:30 p. m. Wed
nesday, 1,000 miles from Hono
lulu. The ship's course was
changed and It speeded in the di
rection of the flares. Search
lights were "played upon the
ocean for two hours before the
steamship put back upon its
The lookout reported seeing a
naval destroyer upon the horizon,
whereupdn the officers decided
that the destroyer was searching
for the planes and had used flares
PRIEST IN JAIL HERE
Werline's Slayer Transferred Re-
cause - Bast He Crowded ,
Irving B. Priest, held for the
a1 ahnntlnar if flenrrA Werline.
hop grower of 'Independence, last
Tuesday afternoon, was trans
ferred to the Marion county jail
yesterday pending sitting of tne
Polk County ' court.
Crowded conditions in the Polk
county jail made' necessary the
removal. Marlon county author
naT.T.AS. Ore.. Sept. 2. (AP)
r,waf wWh murder in the
irnx. irvinr B. Priest to-
day was bonna over to awau ac
tion by the grand jury as a resuu
of tbe fatal shooting of ueorge
M:s'5VerIihe, ot Independence.
t With counsel
and pleaded not guilty. Sheriff
Hooker took mm to wnoo
ty, JaiJ .to await grand jury ac
tion.' ' : ' : ' - -
MEXICANS MAKE FLIGHT
Lemilio Carranza Pilota PUne to
EL PASO, TEXAS, Sept, 2.-
APW Piloted, br Leonino car
m ; VoTican nlane which
hopped off from Mexico City early
todav landed t Fort Bliss doui
four p. m. today. The Hying
time was 11 hoars and 28 minutes
The ; plane averaged about 100
mllS an cour over iue emir uj
tiMee.-1,12 1- miles. ' t '
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His Only Love Has Been
Pistol, He - Asserts In
' Police Station
ARRESTED ON THURSDAY
Career of Crime Began at Age of
23 With Robbery' at Sacrament
t; Fought Way Put of Pris
on n 1903
PORTLAND, SEPT. 2. (AP)
His only love a gun an un
requited love, he said today. ,
His was a true confession not
of deeds merely, but of thoughts.
Frank Phillips said, as he sat on
a red bench at central police sta
tion today and bared the history
o 53 years of wasted life.
Last night he Was arrested fol
lowing the holdup of a store. To
day he confessed this robbery was
but one of five in the city.
Better Than Jewebi
"bine men love iewels -some
men love' golh--or olher .things.
My love has been a gun."
This madness, he said this' In
fatuation for steel and lead and
powder. Cost him 25"years Id pris
on, made him either a convict, a
fugitive with charge of murder
over him. or a paroled prisoner
whose freedom might at any mo
ment end.' "
"I was 23," he said. "We com
mitted a robbery in Sacramento,
I waas sent to Folsom to serve 15
years a hard prison. '
"The treatment got so I did
not care if I lived or was killed.
Staged Big Break
"On the 27th of July, 1903. 1
was in-a Mg"breakr "Thirteen of
us, armed with knives and raz
ors, captured the guards after a
fight in which one guard was kill-
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LUNCHEONS BEGIN SD0N
Governor Patterson to be First
Sneaker at C. of C.
Governor Patterson will be the
speaker at the opening Chamber
of Commerce luncheon Monday,
Sept. 19, it was announced yes
The noon luncheons will be held
regularly on Mondays again this
year. The meetings are annually
discontinued during the summer
vacation. ' '
SCIENTIST PREDICTS: "IN
I THE. OTHeg MAL PRQgAB6r Of - A BH s V
1 WILL BE KEPT BUSY . ' - V ,hl A ura& J
afJb I W ttJatr, xcy. V : , '-vo- ltMt 1
INCREASED BY 6
HOUSING PROBLEM EVIDENT
LY BAD, SAYS DRUGGIST t
Mother . and 'Children Found In
Car, Turned Over to Hu
mane ' Society
Proving the fact of Salem's
housing problem with new and
startling clearness, a female Col
lie dog last night made herself
at home in the- Studebaker road-
ster of George W. Nelson, local
druggist, and while there , in
creased the canine population of
this city by six. The event oc-;i
eurred between 10 and 11 o'clock,
while Nelson's car was parked in
front of the Elks club.
The dog, a handsome animal
apparently of considerable value
appeared perfectly at home and
had no fear or apprehension when
Nelson approached his auto with
a view to going home for the
night. At that time there were
only five junior members of he
Taking his car with its self
invited passengers down to the po
lice station, Nelson reported the
episode to Officer White, whd
was at the desk at that time.
White immediately communicated
with Dr. W. G. Morehouse, head
of the state humane society, and
Nelson drove the car to Dr. More
house's residence, leaving the mo
ther and children in hastily pre
One addition to the family was
effected while the machine was
parked in front of the police sta
tion, making',, a total of six.
FIVE ACCIDENTS FATAL
Saleiti Paper Mill AVorker Listed
Among Week's Casualties
There' were five fatalities In
Oregon due to Industrial acci
dents during the week ending
September 1, according to a re
port prepared here Friday by the
State industrial accident commis
The victims were Kermit-R4
Sharp. Salem, laborer; Clyde Coo
vert, Azalea, farmer; O. C. Mel
ton. Homestead, mucker; Elvin
Person, Helix, spout tender, and
Cecilius Munson, Astoria, labor
er. There were a total of 822 acci
dents reported to the commission
during the week. '
PdST STORM WARNINGS
Southwest Winds of High Velocify
ASTORIA, Sept. 2. (AP)
Storm warnings were posted, here
today 'for the first time' Ii( jnany
rbri'ths Signals set today warned
small "craft of approaching south
west winds of unusual Intensity.
ANOTHER ; GENERATION
WILL BE FLYING"
GROUP AT OLD BUTLDLXG TO
BE MOVED SOON ,
Saving to State Asaured by Elim
inatlng Duplication, Says
" Gilbert .'.
Further reductions in the cost
of operating the state government
were announced here Friday when
the board of control authorized
the transfer of all boys now hous
ed at the old state training school
for boys near Turner to the new
er institution at Wood burn.
L. M., Gilbert,' superintendent
of the school, estimated that in
the consolidation of the two insti
tutions. the payroll would be re
duced approximately 21600 a
month. Elimination of other du
plications will swell the saving to
more than J 20 00 monthly, he es
timated. The board of control also 'au
thorized, the employment, of E. L.
Ferguson as placement officer. It
will be Mr. Ferguson's business to
find homes for all boys who are
eligible for parole from the schooL
The board approved the parole of
76 boys at Friday's meeting.
The old boys' school will be us
ed for storage purposes until the
next session of the legislature
when some permanent disposition
of the property will be made.
Governor Patterson has intima
ted that he would recommend that
the old school be converted into
a reformatory for the housing of
the first-term young men "and
women who are now sent to the
The population at the t w o
state training schools for boys to
day was 173. This will be reduc
ed to approximately 120 when the
formal transfer is completed next
It was said that tb land at the
old boys school may be taken dv
er by . the state penitentiary for
JANITOR IN GUN SCRAPE
J. IV. Smithley Accused of Snoot
tng School Teacher " "
MONTESANO, Wash., Sept. 2.
(AP) J. w. Smithley. janitor
employed in the Wishktfti Valley'
school' district was arrested here
today on a charge of assault1 in
the second degree. He is accused
of shooting Leonard Rhodes,
teacher,,' with a rifle August 30.
Bail has been set $1500.
" "Rhodes was shot twice as he
was trying to" enter a cottage as
signed to the instructors. The
shooting is said to have resulted
from a feud which began with a
hotly contested election in the dis
Rhodes is recovering In an
Aberdeen hospital from serious
bullet wounds in the arm and
thigh. ' . s-
ONE-HALF THE WORLD
0CEI f LIGHTS
Fear that Princess In St
Raphael is Lost Be
: comes Sad Certainty
PLAN STILL MORE HOPS
i ; k ' f.- ;
American' Bar Association Wants
Legislation Enacted to Halt
ppqlhardinees; . Corpor
. NEW YORK, Sept. 2. (AP)
Strong revulsion against the false
importance beipg given long dis
tance flights, especially trans
oceanic, was manifested in three
leading aviation countries today
as .fear for the lives of the St.
Raphael's crew became sad cer
tainty. At Buffalo, N. Y the commit
tee bh air laws of the American
Bar association expressed hope
that legislation , might be enacted
to. halt the mounting toll. The
Stin8on Aircraft corporation of
Detroit declares no orders will be
accepted hereafter for planes in
tended for solo oceanic hops.
From. Washington, navy hydro
graphers called attention to the
strikingly . adverse conditions
r faced by the St. Raphael and de-
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SAND AUDITORS CHOSEN
Portland Firm to Determine Am
ount Taken From Columbia
Sawtell, Withington and Jacob,
Portland accountants, today were
employed by the state band board
sand and gratrel . operators to de
termine the amount of sand tak
en by, these concerns from the
Columbia , river during the past
seven . years.
The audit will be used by the
land department officials of Ore
gon and Washington in fixing the
amount of royalty said to be due
the two . states bfcause of the
sand operations. , The rate of roy
lty to be charged on sand previ
ously taken from the Columbia
river will not be fixed until the
audit hs been completed. For
sand taken from the stream in the
future the royalty will be 10 cents
per cubic yard..
An auditor to be selected by the
Washington land department of
ficials will assist in the investiga
tion. The sand and gravel operators
have , agreed to cooperate in the
work. ' ' T '
ACE OFFERS ASSISTANCE
British Flyer Willing to Abandon
f Trip and .Hunt Princess
DETROIT. Mich., Sept. 2.
(APCapiain , t Fredertck; - A.
Giles, ""Biitish aviator,' who is
awaiting repairs on . his Hess-
; Bluebird biplane, before attempt
ing .a flight tp New Zealand by
way oi ban Francisco, today wired
Mrs, Leslie. Hamilton of Ottawa,
Canada, wife of Captain Hamiii
, ton. one of. the crew of the miss
ing Fbkker , airplane St. .Raphael,
offering to aid In the search. .
' Captain Giles said he would go
at once to St.. Johns. , Newfound
land, and make "lights, extending
til 00 miles out over the Atlantic
if Mrs. Hamilton, accepted his of
fer. Captain Giles served with
Captain Hamilton . daring ' and
following the world war.
PLANE SEEN,c RUMOR
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St. IUphACI Believed Sfgbted Wed
. nesdav by Ship, in Mid Ocean
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LONDON. Sept; 2..-TAP) The
air mixitstry' tonight received a ra
dio message from'-the masteV" of
the Standard OH steamer Josfah
Macy stating that at i:44 p. m,
Greenwich mean; time, on Aug. 31.
an aeroplane, passed' them, at lati
tude SS.1S, loligltude 2S.45. i
I The ajr ministry stated that the
message from thk JoslahJ Macy said
the steamer saw , the ' airplane - In
mid-Atlantic Wednesday night , in
a direct line. -with North" Scotland.
Aviation everts say . that thia.alr-
piane must nave peen the "St. Ra
phael,'! ;bnt- the message gtres ;no
Idea of what happened later And
so news of any klad regarding the
missing plana tas been received -
tL ANE HOPS OFF
fcAPTAlX COtjRTXEY LK.V'ES
, i PLYsioUTH, ENGLAND ; r
Expects to Utke New York Mtid
.. Return to Own Country In
: . . Few Days .
PLYMOUTH, ENGLAND, SEPT
3.-M AP) Captain F. P. Court
ney hopped off on a trans-Atlan
tic flight at 6:25 a.m. today. .
In his seaplane the 'Whale he
made a perfect take-off in fine
weather and in a- few seconds
was out oi sight on his way to
wards New York. .
The -Domier-Napier flying boat
the Whale, Is a speedy chaf t and is
said to be capable of 125 miles
an hour.. The plane is. powerd
by two Napier-Lion engines with
a horsepower of 1,000 and can car
ry a maximum load of ,9,000
pounds at high' speed,"
Equipped with radio, the Whale
expects to reciye constant Weath
er reports from official bureaus
In England and America-' and
On the side of the flying boat
is painted "G-lfBQUO, which is
also the radio call of the boat. On
the tall a large, "W" is painted.
The flight of the Whale to and
from America, with only a brief
stop In New York, Is designed fy)
establish a tentative commercial
plane route. If the round trip is
completed a total distance of
about 7,000 miles will be flown.
Captain'F. T. Courtney Is flying
with Lieutenant Downer, as navi
gator and R. F. LKtle, engineer.
The captain is 30 years of age and
an Irishman by- birth. Because
the captain wore glasses he was
rejected by the Royal Air Force
during the war hut he signed Up
as an engineer and was wounded
In an air encounter over Loon,
France'."" After that Captaln.Cpurt
ney tested planes in England. ' .
FORM LADIES' AUXILIARY
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Mrs. J. Earl Else Heads Physi-
clans Wives Organization .
Definite organization of a wom
en's auxiliary to the - Oregon state
medical society was accomplished
at a banquet held at the Marion
hotel Thursday afternoon. A
constitution "and bylaws were set
up by the ,36 women present, and
Mrs. J. Earl Else, Portland, was
elected president. . ;
.The plan for an auxiliary was
proposed last year by Dr. W. Bv
.Morse, Salem physician.
Dr. Walter H. Brown, director
of tne Marion county child health
demonstration, talked. before the
group on the purpose of an aux
iliary. , V
Other officers elected were:
first vice-president. Mrs. G. E.
Houck, Rosebury; Becond. .vlce
president, Mrs. Wm. . Kuykend.all,
Eugene; secretary, Mrgv - Tj. L.
Beeth, Portland; . and treasurer,
Mrs. A. G.-Bettman, Jfcrtland. ' -
NAVY UtsAPiE TO HELP
Impracticable it'o Search tor M Iss
uing Plane, Officials Say.
.WASHINGTON, . SEPT. 2.
(AP) Lack of information as
the likely. whereabouts of the des
cent of the missing St, Raphael
plane renders it practically impos
sible for the American navy to en
gage in a search' for the' fliers.
Acting Secretary Warner of the
navy said today. v
.The situation 'is very similar to
that created by- the disappearance
of Nungesser and Coll and Red
fern, he declared, and the area to
be searched would be far too large
for even the whole or the Ameri
can navy to undertake.- -
The secretary..-, indicated, how
ever, that-if either British or, Ca
nadian authorities should reqqeet
assistance the nary would lend a
REDFERN STILL MISSING
Two Sliips Froni West Indies Re
," port No Sign of MyeV i"1 'r
T BERMUDA, SirpT.: fJ-'CAPjf
Two slips arriving today from the
West Indies' and points south re-'
port no news of Paul Redfern'.
Pan-American flier, who left
BrnnaK; Ga August 2; for a
non-stop flight to' Brazil. .
; CHILDREN ATTENTION .
iThis cotlpon and fivfe cents will 1 admit criildreri under 12
ye'afa of aj?e to . . , - . t - -" .
- ; THE STATESMAN'S MATINEE
an Saturday, Sept. 3f at 10:20" a. m.'.to see 'Tarzan.
Cbme Early, , . '. , .
Portland Attorney Gets Un
official Nomination by -t
- Republicans v
OTHERS WILL WITHDRAW
Thousands of Spectators - crowd
Into Gallery to View Unusual
... Spectacle a Ballots are
4 r " Cost, -203 to SO
PORTLAND, SEPT. 2. (AP)
Franklin F, KorelQ Portland
attorney.; received the republican
nomination tonight lor represen
tative for the third congressional
district to f IH the vacancy caused
by the. death of Maurice E. Crum
packer, in the first convention
called in Oregon id many years for
the express purpose of Making &
, Koreli. received the nomination
on the- second ballot when 208
votes were marked f or ijiai Frank
,L." Shuil, president of the, Port
land chamber, of commerce, was
korteU'a closest riVal with. . S3
votes. , Jacob Kanzier was- third
with 41 Senator Gus C. Moser
Staples fifth with 10.
. , Others to Quit
It was agreed prior to the con
vention that the - aspirants to the
position would abide by the con
Tonight's convention means
that KoreU wiirbe the only man
on tne special election ballot en-
fltl tn t)io.,m,Ml.n J..
ignation.; Qthers may place 'heir
names on the ballot, It was ex-
Ki'ttrS.vvMV -jausi run as :n
dependents. " t . '
i hi iany Spectators v
.. The novelty of ' a nom!natin
convention was such that sever.
al thousand spectators appeared.
and .the -gallery, reserved for thi
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SHOWN IN FIO.1
FIOCSTARZAN STORY APm
PEARS AT HOLLYWOOD
Children Cnder 112 Admitted odj
' Presenting Statesman Cou. f j
v i' . t pon, 5 Cents i
The lure and charm of Africa
the sinister ' mystery and adven
turous romance of the dark con
tinent pulsating with a surge ot
thrUla -the. cluminating kchieve
meht of Edgar Rice' Burroughs
famous hero in the story Tarzan
and the' Gloden Lion" 'all mayV
be seen at the special Statesman
matinee on .Saturday morning,
10:30 a. mi at the HoVywood
theater, f ; ':
AlJi children tinder-the age of
1 2 t years may witness the pic
ture by presenting the coupon be
low and five cents at the bog oK
f ice. ' -' "
- This Is a wonderful picture In
wnicn oimiia P'ay a great pttr,
and so will be especially attractive
to 'all children.
During the filming of "Tarzaa
and , the Golden Lion," an FBO
Gold Bond Special, which Is show
In today at- the ' Hollywood thea
ter, many dangers were encoun
tered. One of the mam features
of ' the' story, is where Tarzan'a
niece and ber , kidnappers scale a
cliff to reach the hidden. city. Tfie
climb iip the precipitous granite
wall was done on straange ladders
used by the natives in central Af
rica, ah dthe risk that the actors
took - during the ascent can. well
be seen la the picture. However;
this was not the only danger iff
voived. jaufing jue inming joi ise
production. , Two liona are feaV
turedr one,- Jad-bal-ja, who Isfthw
and the other, uma, the lion-god
: . (Cea'Usss ea pfx.i ' ' '
avew '. ') - f l ga j-sruaaiii w - --rH L Uii 1 1 s