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Engineer Elmendorf Is Now
' Ir Little North Fork
. . Mining' District j
W, J. lElraendorf, the well
known mining engineer f Seattle,
Is In the mining -.district n the
lYttte North Fork-of the San tiara.
He came primarily to make an ex--imfnat'on
pf the mining property
of t he people-of the Rcfn n
ho own the Crown property. The
Crown mine is on the south side,
the Little -North Fork.' about
three milei .belowt.be rtrop.of the
Vorhwfyt Cppr company- wltih,
headquarters 5 In- Salem. It i, la
i; nflorptood that the development
w tfY. Jit ; the Crown people i na
shpwiil1k"atin jot good values.
At '.XorOiwest Mine, Too; '
, f 'Vr. Elsieadorf, wnjj la the eni
?!ner-.for the Northwest Copper
compaaycpeople, will also e he:
up the work here, daring his prea-i
ent rl?', ' He 'has been their -ewi
jineer ver eiaee-the. present coin-,
pan? too' hold erapratlOBS. suc
ceeding the Lotz-Jjarson people.
, A Xew Superintendent ' . ,
'The Northwestl Copper company ;
ha, recently added a new air com
pressor and ojher machinery and i
,t he work .Is proceeding i s&tlsfac- I
tori It, "The main work Is in ;the
sinking of a?rhft;on the t nortfe
-de of th Llt'le North Fork, near
the Juetoir of that stream with
Gold creek. ' t
The Northwest' people ha ye " a
new sttpertnn''.ent Lndwlg Muft
is brodt, who he engaged n
mining for ry-v ln years. He
vome her f-n 'he'utte mn.
! He Is well V -.- Ceo. W,
! -Shand of Falem : ? worked with
J Tiira la British CVttniblai ,!,--'- .
VESTERN ARM RELIEF '
(Continued from Page One)
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the circle, . : - - f
While terms of -(he r new 'bill
"have not been completed. It Is the
.view of Senator Rr-ohnrt that it
,will be stronger in man respects
,than the vetoed measure but with
out some of the rerious objections
to that proposal." i r r ; - -It
It is estimated that an original
if impropriation of -$300,000,000 or
iperhaps J500.000, 000 would be
Veouired by the measure . with
jwhich to set op an' agency auth
orised to . buy -and dispose of sur
plus, crops. To meet all contingen
cies of the bill, if it should be tax.
rd to the limit by surpluses In ev
ery crop a total of almost 22,000.-
000.000 would be required, it is
estimated. ; r y ;! y.ry.
ty How far the , McNaryj-Haugen
senators will go in an effort to
reconcile their views with, Senator
1iorah and some other i western
senators remains "to be worked
out. The Idaho senator, who voted
f?raint- the ? McNaryHaugea bill.
! ! :.s- baked .bis pflncIpaJJobiectloB
i ... rv-thej equal Jiation fee provision
Kviich'Afoild -have placed a' tax-on
? rtatn-jrropa'.when, purchase o
i y The, kroUp." pt live western- aen
i tors now . in . the t Organiratlon
.? cpes" to swell lu membership
o me; also tomorrow. Senators Nye
nil FraiierV. ol North. , Dakota;
..'orris of Nehraska; Borah of Ida
:" n.'.and Brpokhart. now scompose
L ::e blocVwblch has given endorse
! r.ept-io Narrls a& the republican
j Eesidehti"l - candidate." ., Senator
IcMaster of .South Pakota. has
, Ma, Invited lo- attend tomorrow.
indications-of Large ; '
pyyy Profit? From Writing
r LOS ' ANGELES.' Oct'. : 20.
f(AP) Evidence of the financial
It e war L that goes with "successful
authorship was given In federal
ourt today when an income tax
Tlrsr was filed ty the internal rev
enue collector against "Peter ;B:
3 Jyoe, the novelist, v asking ' pay
nent" 6f't20,Ps$ due.on his .Ji22
iaiome, ux-Another wlien., asked
; n additional S1.223 on the aath-
urs 120 income: - - "1 T -'
f VISIT 7.T ITtlfKUI 1
TtOSKDALi:.' Oct.' 20 (Spe
cial Mr, and -Mrs. Floyd Bates
ir,f Albany are visitors at -tne none
,t i:r. and ilrs. Albert Bate
1 v - Ly dia E. Pin1f
V. Lam, Vc-ctab!a Com
I pound Keep a Tfccm
Fifty yf3rs'f there were few
f f - - j ; r v ien. oae taught
school, some cm
found work to de
tooX up nursing.
- Today there
are very few occu
pations not open
they work, in
great f ictories
with hundreds of
cit sr women ana .
r'.r.-i. There are
t uj. I--J-ers, den-
'"fx.c-'AviS, end le.::;s!ator.'
' j - t itsa a wctsaa wiis her
i- :r.l:zz3 tt tl3 ccst
; ;,..'!,,'t.ftt c: --.-.IcrTala wta
.' ' t -3 Ucicrali factory ak-
r- wri:e3 tiat-'SLe r:t-
r- -;;:ts- frcn
; '-s T' 'y 3 Ccm-
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TWO COr.IICS LIAICE THE GRADE
X - - -
In fact, Charlie Murray and George Sidney gd over the top
in new war comedy at- the Elsinore today and tomorrow, with
JImmie Davis Orchestra and Vod-Bits. .
Sip G W M.T.S' OP
Capitol Theater r . , .
BItgh's Capitol wlU offer Asso
ciation - show, today. r- iOood danc
ing, a dash of song, plenty: 6f mu
sic and sparkling comedy all are
Included in the next Association
Vaudeville bill, y The I five vaude
ville acts constitute an exceptional
The bi'l Is headlined by Creole
Land, fat Ringing: end danblng
iiasn ofrering with a i company of
fivef he quintette present char
acter .dances, old and new, inter
Bpersed with- red hot ' specialties!
ijotson and Yvette are the tea
turea pertormers, and; they are aa-
sisted by -three exceptional dance
artists.' : , " ( : i "1 , i 11
lpfP$ fohga. rendered ; by twA
energetic youths, known in vaude-'
rille as the Jada Boys will add a
seat and touch of lively interest to
me Din. rae two yonng men.' Jim-
my Chester and - Jay Van. liave
been In partnership ever, since they f
were discnargea from: the nary,
where they 'were a feature of the
Great 'Lakes training camp's en
tertainments."' Both restricted and
popular numbers will constitute
MOXxfoCTH COtMKBCIAlA K
f GAXIZATIO.V HAS MEKTIXG v
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, OREGON NORMAL .. SGHOOU
Monmouth; : Oct. 20;-i-"Spec4al)--Kicnmoutb
commercial club held
its- first meting - for , the . winter
Wed need ay ' n Igh t at a, local - ho teli
The affair -was a Joint, 'husinee
meeting and dlBBervwhkjh-wts
presided .' .eyer ;by. Fre&V j Hllli
nresident of . the organization.-
Tbere Vere(; at UfgeK - nutttber lot
busiheis 'arid yrtt esstonal men fat j
attendance Ahd. plans far the eon4
cussed.; Victor P. M6rris ,gare the
main address of the .evening, on
the. subject , of. organliatton.J.
Landers, president of , 'the-'Mon-'
xuoutli -normal scbool,-nd several
qthers gave short talks..1 '- , ;
M uslc was : f nrnisbed by a gthup
of local ladies under the' direction
of SylVia' Osborn. of the music de-i
partmenf 6t; the L normal ; scbbot.'i
The following numbers f were giv
E'en As the . Flower ,wLbgan.
; -la, the Garden of, My? Heart.-.:
Vera Wells, AceompaaistrVLor-j
raine-Dnforfi iP'lnV 'fiy
JPIan -.DuefMl;,,!..;,;..:: tJLiZ.
t. PUgram Chorus ..-'..'UWagnr
" 4' Mr. Elliot tr-Mrs.. Osborn :
soprana oio : -j
Ilauat of he Witches
; Daddy's Sweetheart Cj-Lehttan;
. ' Aiary-Hallarv Aceopipanist,' Lor-i
raine Dafort.- ' ! '
.J-.....FrancJjjco D Leone
Lorraine Du fort, t-f ? '- -yy-v
Soprano Solo .... 1 .
Virginia Parks, 'Accompanist.
Lorraine' Dufort. " y , . " , 5
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Senior Class -Officers , - ;
Named at Oregon Normal
OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL,
Monmouth, Oct. 20.-(Special ) t
Zelma Kennedy of Helix was eTec-
Salem's Greatest Vaudeville!
L f! L
UllTfr & Jlayden
"A Perfect Rapt'
. r.iiHw, Ties & ;nso - ;
- The Khclk and the Two Slaves'
t'onlinf Trio -
aricty a la Hpanlsh f .
n the Pcrccn- f . -"That
.Model ;.f rum. Pari!.' with Marcellnt irt
I.j-ti-!!.-,.. Viol.t-Vrrcl.-r Tfoliuau'i Cnritot rthtrn
THE OREGON STATE3IIAN, SALg.1. OREGON.
their program.' 5
Gllror. Co' and Haynes have a
novel idea in presenting a nautical
farce. It is called "Swells at Sea,?
and the clever trio lose no time in
starting the ball of fun rolling and
succeed in keeping It moving with
their excellent routine of comedy
chatter and tuneful melodies.;!
: Songs, dances. roller skating
!.n4'rn'ft. will compose the offer
ing of Joyce- and Allen, billed s&
May and December." The male
member of the team specializes in
"extracting tuner (rem ir carpen-
fV i, wMi:th ?grl does ;ber
- bit -with , songs and dances. She
also plays a twelve: string tipple.
"ijs' lrn" sntl-VdeHhea thm
ict p-fe-'n ' - u McUnn
and Company. Mctilnn constructs
a pyramid of chairs, on the top of
w :ich lie does several, balancing
frits: He Is assisted by a pretty
younrUdr. On the screen "That
Model from ' Paris" starring Bert
Lytell. Topics' of the day and
Aesop's Fables will complete' the
screen ' features.'' Viola: Vereler.
Holman's Capitol . orchestra i will
(.present a brand . new number. - :
ted president of the senior class
of f the Monmouth normal school
for the year 1927-8. Miss Kennedy
Is one of the-outstanding students
on the campns and holds the re
sponsible position of house moth
er at Virginia Hurst. Other of
ficers elected for. the senior class
are:. Fred Spring", Milwaukie, ice
president; I Fern Wadsworth. Ger
vals. song leader, and. van j Lu
man. Multnomah, treasurer. 4 y,
. Seniors ; elected v to represent
their class, on the studen council
are .Helen Magers, Portland Lau
ra " 4ltle$'Beaer4mt.f DoriaViLhi-;
ton,' fdrtland, 4nd lone . M flier, !
: .the social t season ; for the fall
terra 'will be opened"Satp:rda; Oc-
troneeses and patron are: .: Dean
and rMr4.- J.,K- y. 'Butler, ': Dean
Jossica ,Todd, La ara Taylor, Maud
Macpherson and Edna Ming us. .
;Cland P.5Slade of Eureka,' CaL,
has many friends in Salem, where
he was for a, long time a resident.
He 3 'tecretary nd ' treasurer of
the Eureka Woolen Mills, in which
C4 P. Bishop- of -.' Salem' and- his
sons are largely - interested, f He
I First National bank of Salem, and
of ;Mrs. John' J RoberU of this
.in, He, !, .a'.freoiiesW 1 visitor.
here, where' he - has- many friends.
Tncsa Trlends would all .wish to
be Included in expressions of sym
pathy for Mr. Slade and his wife
over Ahe loss of their 1 year old
daughter, Claudlne, from infantile
paralysis. - The little one passed
away at 11 o'clock on Monday
morning last, at Eureka, after an
illness of only three days: She
was the only daughter . of the
family. . . . . '. i -
VASiii:TO EXTEXD LINE
OLYMPIAN Wash., Oct. -20.
(API The Weyers i Stage com
pany today; petitioned the depart
ment of public works to extend its
certificate, to give passenger ex
press' and freight service between
White Salmon and Troat Lake, to
serve Hood , Rlyer, Ore. . i -
& Show ,
2 7 O
: tiljnn-ValJean C.
' ) 'A Ring Carnival
. . need A lly .
"The Bull FiRhtcrs"
'-r- - -- yy ixt't
La rge Qro wd ; Ex pe ct ed at
J Event in'Arrnory; Arch- ;
. " erd , to Preside
(Contributed Y :
. Arrangenieuts for .the ; big - get
acquainted meeting, of - the New
Comers ctub are about. complete
and , an excellent- program la al
ready assured. Infaot; the entire
program is complete and definite
ly? settled' with the exception "of
one number. l yy"-yy" "
That Salem intends to make
thia a gathering where every new
comer in Salem will feel that he
fa more than welcome Is demon
strated by the fact that not only
th churches, lodges and other or
ganization, but the prominent men
of the city are assisting in mak
ing the meeting a success.? The
committee In charge plan to have
spaces arranged around the outer
edge or the Armory for the dele
gations frott) the different organ
Izattons where the new comers af
filiated with the organisation can
make contact. C i: .r ,: :l"'rt".
r Charles R. Archerd has consent
ed to preside at the : meeting T.
A. LIvesley the mayor of the city
will (give a brief, address of wel
eoTtt. The obleet of the club will
be briefly outlined by O. F. Gill
ette, president of the club! There
will be brief addresses by Daniel
J Frv, president of the First Na
ltaIV WM asfl Tt'SUi Page, preside-1;
o'1 be ' SIem jChamber ; of
Conferee. Ci-Fancy , dancing by
students of Mrs. White's Dancing
academy; Cook Jatton i the local
magician will entertain for a few
minutes with some of hie clever
tricks. The Lions club, Kiwanla
club and Rotary; club will contri
bute to the program. There are
two other big , numbers; of which
the club. Is-practically assured. )
At the New Comers- meeting
held in February there were 1B0O
Iq attendance. Prominent men. of
the.cityywno were present at,the
February meeting and who are in
touch with the present meeting
proplQsy that there will ' be
more than 'double this crowd.
Every one Is Invited, no matter
how long they have, lived in Sa
lem. The main-object of the meet
ing is to permit the new, comer
not only to meet other new com-,
ers'batto meet this older residents
of the city. :
! The -New Comers clubv haa been
in existence but . a short "time,
news, of its activities have, reached
CaJlfornla '..an4;; th central, teii.
and .'most . new , people coming to
Salem come, at : o.nce- to -the club
head'quatterV at 211 -JFjrt Na-
V -WITH .
: , The . :
t - - - ' y ,
This is a new. doctor
who ; has just been
been in the new store
;0ur fine . store de
manded; the Services
pf thebest doc to r
thit could be procur
jed We can highly
Yeccmmend liis csrv
1C3 IT. JJt:rt7 St.
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FmPAY CORNING OCTODER 21,- 3027,;
tional, Bank Bldg. The club keeps
a register In which all new comers
are registered and are furnished
any -Information I and assistance
which fa in the power of the club
give. -; , v . .' ; . -? '.
Several of the state clubs have
canceled their Ireguiar monthly
meeting for October and plan on
meeting .with: the New; Comers
club in a body. During; the eve
ning there will be a get acquainted
halt-hour. Every person attend
ing the meeting will be furnished
a card on which will he written
their name and ; the place from
which thejP came, this will serve
as an introduction and during this
half hour every ; one will te ex
pected to shake hands with as
many as they can.
FALL PRESENTS CASE
TO JUDGE OF COURT
Continued from Page One),
tinned, "that there are ! lawyers
and then again there are mining
lawyers, and the gentleman who is
on the stand haa qualified himself
as an expert here In every possi
ble way In the discharge of his
duty. He knows what all this
controversy is about, and is fully
conversant . with the entire - situa
tion, v; r-'.yi ; :.' '
" ' Therefore. If given" an oppor
tunity, he would clear this matter
SPI .iJSSSd t. askJudge
teLcJ "lii1 U-f 1 1
uo in two minutes. I know that
Questions propounded or counsel
do not understand him, and which
could be easily cleared up. Other
wise, I think the .court, might be
led Into a ruling that the court
would very much regret a ' little
later.':' v-: y
, i Opponents Contradicted i ; !
"CounseL for the government
state that Judge Finney cannot in
terpret, this matter or say that be
cannot testify as to his interpreta
tion of his letter of his instruc
tions from the secretary of the
navy and that' he cannot testify as
to his Interpretations of the rules
and regulations of the interior de
"Why. sir, the law puts this gen
tleman who is now on the stand
In that position for that very pur-t
pose, as first assistant secretary of
the Interior, and in the absence of
the. secretary of the interior, he Is
acting secretary of the interior
and the law makes It his duty to
Interpret the laws which he must
administer. Who else Is in fact to
do itr '' f " y-. ?y
''Ifvhe interprets the law Incor
rectly or without his jurisdiction,
the supreme court of the United
States. may reverse him, but so
long as he remains' within' his
Jurisdiction, his Interpretation
stands as the law of the land. ' J ;i -v. ' '
Held Expert Witness I ' One of these days the Chinese
"Now. if your honor please, that ! revolutionists -will send a delega
te 'the situation. That applies, of tion to Chicago to learn how.i
. Ori the
r t ; ' ana
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MOVED TO THE OREGON , . ; ;'.
TO SATISFY PUBLIC DEMAND
i Pi kt
"TELL IT TO SVEENEY"
. A YTcv--Start3 Sunday "
v, xy- , . ' :y-yyi-yr; .
';,:,.;,.-,, ' ..J-l-'y' ' "1T""r"'"' ! "V '
if r s "
t - - - -:Now
at Oregon in
cdursto the' secretary of the in
terior: ' judge Finney knows that
and ' he knows his business.' : So
that, I submit if your honor
nlease. If the ruling that I have
5RffiuA t?e l?w S
bev ombout this document or that
document I will say that Judge
Finney is particularly and pe
culiarly In a I position to - under
stand these) matters and T am sure
if., given an . opportunity, would
clear them up.
!4'"Jf the objection by the govern
ment is on the ground that this is
not proper, to be . asked on cross
examination, - that is one thing:
but if the objection is based upon
the ground that the witness can
not testify as to what his .inter
pretation wag, that, sir, I may say,
ftr absolutely vital to the defense
intthis case. 'And I think If the
court i understands J Just what
Judge Finney's position in the der
partment is you will see the situa
tion in a different light. . . - '
, "I heg the court's pardon ftr
interposing ' a statement at this
point and I have hesitated a long
while as the court will understand,
before- addressing myself to the
court. .1 thank your honor." .y':-
h This was the first statement
FaR -had made at any of the oil
hearings . or trials since he . ap
peared before the senate investi
gating committee early . in 1924
and declined, to submit himself to
further question on the ground
that his testimony might tend to
".: -Gnanmfee You the-
Sce1It Now. ,
It's New -
.. ; jitnti-TT-ftn iaarTMiBniitiffri,,l
Children pf Divorce'
SMITH j RIVER TOLL ROAD
CASE UP AGAIN SOON
Application of the Smith River
Toll RoaiL company for a certifi
cate of j public convenience and
necessity will be' discussed by
members: of the public , service
commission and representatives of
Tillamook and Washington coun
ties at a conference to be "held in
Portland; next Wednesday. , This
was announced at the offices f
i Reason why (1 OF many) i
' LXFBiMttt 1000 miles or more
ita Voay' and ,1iveM as It leave
y i ry-.j .-"icrankcase, O .
STANPARP OIL COM t ANY Of CAUfORKIA
li - st in' Kntertainmont
:, . 4
A! BETTER OIL X
r -than ,
K THE NEW
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L V -LJl JXJ If
A tale of the
Filled with Red
; i' OTsjES
WITH EVA NOVAK
7,!atir.ec3 Caturdjiy sr.i Sunday
the public service commission last
night.- - v ; '
. The legislature, at Its last ses
fcion, approved a bill providing for
the construction of this road but it
later was vetoed by Governor Pat
terson. - The governor. In his "veto
message, held that the proposed
road; was .not necessary, and
construction by a private concern
would establish a dangerous pre
edent'ln this state.
Following the close of the leg
islature the Smith River Toll
Ifoad company filed with the; pub
lic service commission an applica
tion for a certificate of public '
I convenience and necessity. ! Thi.
application is still pending. v 'fx
. The proposed Smith River Toll
road would provide a short cut
from Portland to the Tillamook
beaches. . The cost of the project
was estimated at approximately
Russians are adopting our traf
fic system,. so the revolution didn't
do them any good after all. ,
DE MOLAY PLAYERS
1 : PRESENT
5 1UQ TIME ACTS
. and "
All Star Cast
Special Kiddies Matinee Saturday
' ' '-2 P. ,31. M
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