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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON.
FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 6, 1928 i - "
Coote Will Describe Yoko
hama Earthquake In Last
(Contributed) y " '
Missionary Leonard W. Coote
from Japan, who ia speaking at
the fcmmanuel Foil Gospel mis
sion, located at 420 State street
upstairs over the "Man's Shop.'
l palatine some vivid word pic
- tares of Japan and Its spirit aal
And moral conditions.
M is an able 'and practical
speaker and depicts with living
reality the great cities with their
teeming millions who grope in
heathen darkness for some way
- eat ef sin and fear of impending
Judgment, openly bowing down
in misguided devotion and burning
in rente to idols which are deal
and dumb and blind j and which
: tannbt sympath&e or save.
Matoy of them in their despair
eommit suicide with the avowed
purpose of seeking to find a-liv
ing Ood in the next world, since
theyhave failed to find Him in
this one. He says there is an av
crag of four every day in Tokio
alone who commit suicide. In
one ease a family of five were cui
off ffom the land of the living in
theif search for peace, the parents
..killing their children and throw
ing them Into a well and then
taking their own lives. He says
that this case is only typical n'
- Another Is that of an educated
man who sought for peace and
ptrdoh in all the heathen religions
and finding none, deliberately
. took oat his knife and cut off
his little finger to atone for hit
tin. Is it any wonder that great
crowds throng his meetings and
- eagerly receive the "glad tiding?
of gffeat Joy" and humbly bow a'
th toot of the cross of Jesus
where they finally find that pard
on, peace and purity of heari
which every human heart instinct
ively longs for. They find that
. JeiUS Christ is that true and Hvin
Hod And Saviour for which they
had long been searching and that
Ha really takes their sins awa;
experimentally and fills theit
hearts and lives with heavenly
Joy and brightness and they show
their appreciation by their stead
; fast devotion and service to Htm
At present Mr. Coote has charg
(if seven missions and a bibU
school in which native worker
are trained. He expects to open
up several new missions ever
- year. He has a vision of a nation
Wide revival for Japan. He say?
"the Japanese place great em
phasis on education and modern
civilisation but spiritually they are
enveloped in awful heathen dark
bean. Truly there is a great fam
Ine tor the Bread of Life. There
are sixty million souls in Japan
and very few have ever heard the
simple, life-giving story of Cal
vary." Tonight (Friday) at 7:45 Mr.
Coote will describe the terrible
Yokohama earthquake and hi'
harrowing experiences there, in
which 100.000 (official figures)
were killed In one minute. He
Says It Is utterly Impossible for
human tongue or pen to fully de
scribe this great disaster, no doubt
the greatest in all time.
- The public is Invited to this lec
ture but It will be -necessary tc
come early to get a seat. Thlf
Will be his last meeting in Salem
FIGHT GETS HOTTER
Reduction Plan As Backed
By Republicans Opposed.
'To the Limit"
WASHINGTON, Apr. 5. (AP)
The republican-democratic bat
lie over tax reduction broke out
14 all strategic sectors at the cap
ilol today while the minority mem-
bar! Of thm MniU finanr mm.
1 titlttee were winning their point
er revival of open hearings on
Announcement of the senate
'tahieerats' program for a total
atafc of $500,000,000 brought a
r-rotnpt rejoinder by acting Secre
tary Mills at the treasury that
fttea i, plan If successful meant a
1 flOI.MO.OOO treasury deficit next
' yaf, hat over In the houee, Rep-
rasantatlva Garner of Texas, lead
1 t ! the democratic minority
i Btlw h tax legislation, waa serv
i Iff notice that he would fight to
I limit the reduction plan sub
I I tttti to the senate by Secretary
With the contest gaining heat.
tothef delav in early disposition
i a a. -
. i . im measure came aooui
j 1 rough the decision of the.sen-
i to eontmlttee, which now has the
I ''1, te reopen public eartngs. They
Hi to -atarted next Monday upon
U tftmand ot the democrat. '
- - Altomobile manufacturers aiid
thlf representatives of the indus-
jr . Who have been opposing the
l 'ministration , In lta contention
r at the S per cent automobile rate
t . otld ' be retained will present
li.etr case to the committee first.
: :t house renealed this tax and
r nata democrats kave announced
in favor of repeal ot the . levy,
Men nets about 1(6,000.000 an
; CUairaan Smoot of tha-eommit-Whe
eppoaed open hearings In
?f"tt ot the extensive hearings eon-
icttd by' the, house, was oessl-
D. A. R. Shows
William Allen White Says
EMPORIA, Kas., April 5.
(AP). A connection between the
leadership of the Daughters of the
American Revolution and the Ku
Klux Klan waa charged by Wil
liam Allen White, Emporia editor
and author. In a statement Issued
Inclusion of his name on a
speakers' black list of the D. A.
R., Mr. White' suggested was In
retaliation for his fight on the
Klan four years ago sa a guberna
torial candidate In Kansas.
' Mrs. Alfred J. Brosseau. presi
dent-general of the D. A. R., the
editor asserted, was responsible
for the blacklist which includes
numerous organizations as well at
Individuals. He declared it vat
issued without the approval ot
the national board of manage
ment of the D. A. R.
"This list," he said, "goes out
of ite way in what Mrs. Brosseau
'alls her propaganda for prepar
edness to pick out and include the
peculiar enemies of the Ku Klux
Klan. The D. A. R. has yanked
the Klan out of its cow pastures
and set it down In the breakfast
room of respectability, removing
Its famous hood and patting on a
"The list particularly picks out
organizations affecting colored
people, Jews and Catholics."
Mr. White named the National
Catholic Welfare Council, the
League for Jewish Women and the
nilstic over the outlook and de
clared today's decision meant in
lefinite delay in disposition of the
Meanwhile the committee went
ahead today on administrative
provision of the bill, giving ap
proval to the present provision of
.he revenue law for publicity of
returns, which permits only con
gressional committees to look into
the returns. v
A hint was given today by Sen
ator Smoot that republicans might
later revise the corporation tax.
which was voted yesterday at 12
per cent instead of 1 3 per cent.
to make the figure 12 H per cent
in order to meet additional rednc
tions now in prospect. The house
voted to cut this rate to 11 per
LAST TKAC11ER MEETING OF
YEAR, STAYTOX SOON
The third and last local teach
rs' institute for the year will be
held at Stayton Saturday, April 14,
beginning at 10 o'clock. Letters
.ailing attention to the institute
ire being sent to county teachers
rom the office of County Superin
The teachers' attention is also
called to the spelling contest to be
held at the Salem high school Sat
urday, April 28. One pupil from
trades three to eight inclusive may
enter the written contest, for
which will be used 50 words from
he grade work in the McCall spell
Program for the Institute at
Stayton, to be held in the high
school building, follows:
10:00 Singing Emma Boughey
director. Stayton high school.
Primary Reading Miss Torgu
son, Stayton grade school demon
stration and discussion; Advanced-
Discipline Discussion led by F.
A. Boyington. Stayton grade
bool; Rural Saving tttne on
rural program Round table dis
cussion, Superintendent Fulker-
on, presiding; High school Su
pervised study Guy M a u n e y,
Stayton high school; Principals
association Business meeting.
11:16 General Assembly
Address by C. A. Howard, State
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion. . -
11.11 ' ri
K; K. K. Color
National Association for the Ad
vancement of Colored People as
organizations under the D. A. R.
"Mre. Brosseau ia a lovely lady
with many beautiful Qualities of
mind and heart," Mr. White said.
"but in her enthusiasm she has
allowed . several lengths of Ku
Klux nightie to ahow under her
red, white and blue."
The WCTU. the. Methodist Fed
eration for Social Service, the
TMCA. TWCA, the National
Council of Women, the . Federal
Churches of Christ in America,
the Women's Federation of Clubs,
the American Association ot Uni
versity Women, the National
Council of Parent-Teachers asso
ciations and the Farmers Nation
al Council are some of the organ
izations on the D. A. R. official
prescribed list. Mr. White eaid.
WASHINGTON, April 5. (AP)
After reading William Allen
White's statement. Mrs. Alfred J.
Brosseau, president-general of the
D. A. R., Issued the following
terse pronouncement which she
termed an "ultimatum:"
"I thank Mr. White for hfa gal
lant offer of the last word and I
iope it will be the last word in
'he entire matter. I emphatically
lisclam all responsibility for the
She declined to comment furth
er. 1:15 Music Emma Boughey,
Director; Pianologue The Morn
ing Call. Rupert Shaw; Sailor Skit
Campfire Girls; Whistling solo
Harry Stnpka; Violin Obligato
Don Slupka; Vocal duet Whis
pering Hope Naomi Tobie, Lora
Mills; Reading At the movies
Beulah Weddle; Vocal solo Mrs.
Pearcy; Solo dance and song
Louise Adams, Hilda Marking;
Baritone solo Mr. Brown; Violin
Solo Mrs. Swift.
Address Dean Jensen, Depart
ment Education Oregon Normal
The Pacific Christian hospital,
with capital stock of $200,000
and headquarters at Eugene, tiled
articles in the state corporation
department Thursday. The incor
porators are Walter L. Myers, El
mer M. Patterson and Harry Ben
ton. New Perkins hotel, Portland,
115.000; A. E. Myers. E. C. Holt
and J. D. O'Donnell.
Newman-Wilson. Inc., McMinn
ville, $5000; Charles B. Newman,
It. L. Wilson and James Burdett.
Kadderly Investment company,
Portland. $5000; J. J. Kadderly,
Catherine Kadderly and George J
Golden Dale Supply company.
Portland. $5000; J. M. Reid, L.
M. Brazeau and C. D. Christen
Resolutions of dissolution were
filed by Constantino's, Inc., Port
SALEM YOUTHS AID
STATE MEET PLANS
OREGON STATE COLLEGE,
Corvallls, April B.' (Special).
Frank Patterson, Leroy Grote and
Ezra Webb, all of Salem have
been appointed on committees at
the college for the second annual
Oregon State lnterscholastic track
and field meet at Corvallls, May
- The committees appointed by
Carl Lodell, general manager
here, and chairman of the meet,
are making plana already to make
the affair eclipse the one of last
Is it caused by overwork either mental or physical or
is it due to a condition of the system known as "over
acidity"? Scientists claim the latter cause to be largely responsible
for lack of endurance, and emphasize the vital importance
of maintaining the "Chemical Balance"-that margin by
which alkali exceeds acid in the blood.
This natural tonic is Alkaline in action neutralizes the
i acid and suppHes mineral elements which are absolutely
essential to health.
Sold by All
year. Harold Boone la chairman
ot the general reception commit
tee. Other committees 'are hous
ing, Ray; Burr, chairman, Kay Ol-
aen, Webb and Grote, assistants;
visiting coaches committee W.
A. K earns, director ot athletics,
chairman; awarda and banquet
Harry Baker, chairman; contest
ants field committee Carl Met
ten, chairman, Melvin Whltlock,
John Shythe, Russell Strlff, Har
lan Strlff, Patterson, and Clyde
Rltter, assistants; Olympic parade
rUrsel Narvel, atudent body
Salem high won the meet last
year which was the first state
high school track and field meet
held In Oregon'alnce 1919. Salem
piled np a total of 27 points, to
win over Jefferson high of Port
land with 25 H Points. The boys
from the Capitol city won the re
lay In the most exciting duel of
the day, and with it the meet.
Slegmund of Salem waa the
hero dt the day, deciding the meet
In favor of his school by winning
the 100 yard dash, and by a su
perhuman effort overcoming a
lead of five yards In the last lap
of the relay, the final event of a
glorious exhibition of high school
More than 350 athletes compet
ed, representing 40 high schools,
last year. Much more Interest is
being shown this spring. 12
prep" schools, having already
sent in their applications for en
trance In the meet. They are
Washington and Roosevelt of
Portland; Grants Pass, Astoria,
Bend, Union, Eugene, Echo, West
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DELfflf SIGHS W
TO FIGHT SHARKEY
NEW YORK. Apr. i.- (AP)
Jaek Delaney, former light heavy
weight champion, tonight signed
through his manager to fight Jack
Sharkey of Boston, in 16 rounc
helvvweicht match at Madison
Square Garden April 30. Sharkey
signed articles last Friday.
' The bout is Jnt a "fight," Jesj
McMahon, matchmaker at the
Garden said, and has no connec
tion with the elimination tourna
ment that brought defeats for both
Delaney and Sharkey and a heavy
weight title shot for Tom Keener.
MARK CUED UP
CHICAGO. Apr. 5. (AP) An
other world's Indoor swimming
record tumbled, tonight. Walter
Lanfer, 20 year old. star of the
Lake Shore Athletic club, Chicago,
won the national 150 yard back
stroke at the National A. A. U.
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By his backstroke victory, Lau
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honors for the meet with a total
of It points.
Walter Spence. of the Brooklyn.
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his aecond world'a record In the
week's meet by swimming the 100
yard breast stroke event in-1:05
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MONTREAL. April 5. (AP)
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