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SET FOR JE 25
Arguments on Turner Wo
man's Case and Others
Scheduled for June
tion In Salem- from July 23 to Aat
Claim to wates right on Walla
Walla itrer will be open for inspec
tion at the Salem office of the
state engineer from July 23 to
2T at Milton on July 30. and .31
and August 1 and 2. and gafir at
Salem from August t to 17. Fol
lowing this date contests' insyi'Lbe
filed with the state engineer un to
Bit For Breakfast
TT anneal of Mr. Roth Lock-
wood. Turner ranch owner, from aj nf
j U.rinn ranntT clr alrrernt thing than It
Yea; we will Hooverlxe
Bat Hoorerising will mean
paxtvOf -Malheur county la search
of rare and nncafalogued plants.
Material gathered on thii trip will
fbe used in a book on Oregon
flora, which, Profeaeor Peck will
hare published in the near fu
ture. . Shortly after their return to Sa
lem, the Peeks will leave on a
trip to the eastern United States
where Professor Peck will work
in several large herbaria in his
work of checking oyer the classi
fication of Oregon plants, and in
making his list as nearly com
plete as possible. Among the
herbaria to be visited are those at
CURTIS FAVORS HOOVER
KANSAS CITT, June l (AP)
Hardly had the republican coa
rention nominated Herbert Hoot-
er for the presidency tonight be
fore Senator Curtis of Kansas, de
clared that he .was "for whoever
was nominated," and that he
would do his utmost for the party
standard bearer In the forthcom
Asked whether he was now a
candiate for the rice presidential
post on the ticket, the Kansan
said he would "not even talk to
my grandmother about that"
rtnoWtioned further. Curtis as-
vrK1v that ha would I .A.
discuss the Tlce presidency juith
any one on earth." 4
decree of the Marion county cir
rnit court sentencing
term of two years in the state j
prison, has beenset for argument
before the supreme court for Mon
day, June 25. Mrs. Lockwood was
convicted of running down with
her automobile and killing May-
fen, tn a ." rrurm war
UWI a,W aai
(Harvard. National at Washintgon
It will mean constructive noll-
cies mat wui lead to larger indi
ridual prosperity and greater col
lective progress in the United
States. The world's greatest en
No man sewetn a piece o. - - -nl, and the ' .... " ' . a r.t I iaer will direct the affairs of
Kki-Mv niece that iniea 11 up um w7 ' - . : 7. "IU o--,., " ', . u. .J.
'. :. . i .ntt.th new wine in oia mium. i .wt var izo. The acciaent "" " uon in me
Site thenew wine doth burst the bottles, and the wine isspiuea. -
the bottles will be marred: but new wine must oe put tu
tles. Mark 2:21-22.
Th r,Pt nresident of the United States -received a consid
erable portion of his background as a lowly laborer and stud-
m s-m a ww A. l. P 1
Sent in his formative boyhood years m baiem. nis youimui
dreams were dreamed here in busy days of toil and nights ol
His habits of work and study formed in Salem took him
through Stanford university. They remained with hir when,
as a young mining engineer, he mucked it with common larjor-
Sw1 . 1 t-A l J - itt-vii -via, fiAAoa
v ers in a ualiiornia mine, iney orougai mm uuvugu auw-
years in many foreign fields in larger operations as he
I forged to the front as one of the greatest of engineers.
I They remained with him when he performed the great task
as a food administrator for 10,000.000 Belgians and French
1 for five years, at a net overhead cost of less than half of one
I per cent; as supervisor of the immediate post war rehabilita-
Stion of central Europe when he was called upon to take per-
sonal charge of all the railroads, mines and telegraph sys-
tems in the Balkans and in the old Austrian empire.
I They were with him as food administrator of the United
They have been with him as secretary of commerce, during
which time he has raised that department to one of the mos.
useful of all the federal departments; from an inferior plact
i in our scheme of governmental business.
1 Herbert Hoover has had peculiar training to fit him for th
I high office to which he is being called. He is perhaps the
best qualified man in the nation to take over the responsibil-
ities of the place that destiny has marked out for him. Nc
other man has had such training, in world affairs and in home
I affairs. No man has broader, deeper sympathies. He is not t
f machine made man, as so many mistakenly believe. He is ai
individualist. He wrote a book on "American Individualism.'
But he is not unmindful of the necessity for cooperation ir
many things ; in most large things, and for federal or statt
'control in others that affect the interests of the whole peo
pled At this time in the progress of the United States, in which
idealism joined with constructive ability are- more needec
tftan ever before in the ordering of many new problems, thif
cbuntry is particularly fortunate that it will be able to draft
for the highest place in the nation a man with the genuis,
,xision, ability and general large caliber of Herbert Hoover.
THE FARM RELIEF PLANKS
happened near the intersection of
Church with State street.
Tbe question of the right of
municipality owned utility to ex
tend Its services beyond the city
limits without first obtaining
certificate of necessity and conven
ience from the public service com
mkssion IS involved in the case of
the Yamhill Electric company
versus the City of McMinnville
wbich is up for hearing before the
siiDreme court on June 25. The
constitutionality of tbe act creat
ing tbe public service commission
is also involved in this suit which
is before the supreme court on an
neal from the circuit court of
Other cases which have been set
for argument before the supreme
N. Miller versus City of Wood
burn, involving a suit, to collect
damages against the city for dam
age to property caused by sewage
This case has been set for argu
ment on June 25.
Holland versus Eugene hospi
tal, Involving alleged malpractice
on the part of certain physicians
set for argument June 25.
Labaree versus Siemens, involv
lng an estate in Klamath county
set for argument June 2f.
Reynolds versus Kanzler,
mandamus proceeding in which an
attempt Is being made to compel
Judge Kanzler of the Multnomah
county circuit court to accept
jury verdict. This case is set for
argument Wednesday, June 27.
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VrThe farm relief plank of the Republican platform adoptee
atKansas City yesterday makes a lot of fine declarations
The Republican party has done a great deal for the farmers
i United States, enumerated in that plank
But the statement on the real issue, involving the main
principle of the McNary-Haugen idea, is a straddle. The strad
dle is accomplished in the following paragraph:
V;.'The Republican party pledges itself to the enactment oi
legislation creating a federal farm board clothed with the
r?cessarv powers to promote the establishment of farm mar.
Iteting systems of farmer owned and controlled stabilization
1' . . . .a .
corporations or associations to prevent or control surpluses
through orderly distribution.
.-jThat may mean something or nothing.
lt can be made to mean what it promises only through the
adaption of the McNary-Haugen idea, and that idea can be
made effective only with the equilization principle.
fTo "prevent or control surpluses through orderly distri
bution' will not be accomplished with a wave of the hand. It
will not be done by a set of rules. It will not be made certain
byiHorderly distribution that does not provide some form ol
tOO per cent control ; 100 per cent compulsory cooperation.
: Senator Borah was wrong in his speech. The McNary
Haugen idea is not unconstitutional. And it is workable
But whether its working would be a good thing for the
country or for the farmers themselves; that is, in the long
That is another question.
But. this straddle does not kill the McNary-Haugen idea.
It will not die. It may never be brought into the form of law
andt it might not be a good thing to have it made into a law.
Bsaf .there are millions of farmers in the country who will
keep on demanding that it be spread upon the federal statute
CThis fight may be kept up for years. If it goes on for about
fifteen years, it fade out by mere lapse of time, for in
tha.t period the population of the United States will have
caught up with agricultural production. We will then have no
eTportable surplus of a major agricultural product. We will
need for home consumption all the agricultural products of
our; soil. We will become an importer of 'the things produced
by the industries on the land of which we now have export
able surpluses. -
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Dr. C. W. Larson, managing director of the National Dairy
upuncii, says that an additional 2,000,000 persons in the
United States each year for the next 40 yeans coufd be sup
plied with as much milk as is now used per capita without
Adding to the numbeir of !cows Tin the dairy herds if each of
America's 22,000,000 dairy cows would produce 100 pounds
more milk each year. This might be doubled, by scientific
breeding and feeding. In the herds of the Willamette valley,
: it could be easily doubled. The beet sugar industry would go
zar- towards this result. But this country may get more than
80,000,000 increase of population by 1968. And a doubling
Of the per capita consummation of milk and its various products
,uld be a good thing for the people. - . : - J
testimony Dates Set fci
Water Claims on Three
Other Oregon Streams
Water rights on the John Day
-iver and Its tributaries are nov.
under process of adjudication b;
thea Iuper, state engineer. Thi;
-iver according to Luper, is thf
'ast remaining unadjudicated maj
ir water feystem in Oregon witl
955 persons claiming rights tr
water involved and including near
!y one-fifth the entire area of the
As a preliminary step to th
ictual adjudication of these wate;
-ights claims are now being exhib
ted for inspection by intereetec
parties. A representative of tb
angineering department was ir
Condon Thursday and will remair
ver Friday exhibiting thes
claims, which will be open for in
spection In other towns in tht
lohn Day country as follows: Fos
sil. June 16 and 18; Spray. Jun
9; Dayville. June 20; Prairie
?ity. June 21 to 23; Canyon City
Tune 25 and 26. From July 2 tc
20 these claims will be open for in
ipection in the Salem office of the
state engineer and following tha
ime will be allowed for the filing
of any contests until August 4.
Adjudication of water rights or
hree other Oregon streams is als
ander way by the state engineer'!
The taking of testimony ot
claims on Cow creek will be con
ducted at Clendale on July 12 and
13 and continued in tbe Salem of
fice of the state engineer frorr
July 23 to August 21.
Claims to water rights on Woof"
river will be opened for inspec
tion at Tort Klamath on July If
and 17 and will be open for inspec-
SOTICK OK APPOrXTMEXT OJ
Notice I hereby given that th
undersigned has been dulv an-
ppointed by the County Court of
me State of Oregon for the Coun
ty of Marion, as executor of tbe
last wUl and testament and estate
af Emily Edwards, deceased, and
'hat be has duly qualified as such
executor; all persons having
claims against the estate of said
decedent are hereby notified to
present the same, duly verified:
to me. at the office of Ronald C.
Glover, my attorney. 203 Oregon
Building, Salem, Marion County.
Oregon, within six months from
the date of this notice.
Dated at Salem. Oregon, ihis
1st day of June. 1928.
Executor of the last will and tes
tament and estate of Emily Ed
RONALD C. GLOVER,
Attorney for executor. Salem.
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right channels at a time when
such an administrator is needed
more than ever before.
It wiU tare 1 00.000 In capital
Investment for every 1000 acre
increase in our flax Industry, in
the progress ot making the state
prison self supporting. So It will
take 9500,000 more. The invest
ment now is about $500,000, and
it has all been supplied, excepting
$300,000, by tbe operation of the
Industry- Of this, the first S100.
)00 was a saving made in the cost
of the institution. The next,
$200,000. was provided by an ap
propriation of the last legislature
But $125,000 of this is now in
the treasury, with about $75,000
of convertible assets, Tftls will
all be needed to pay for the grow
ing crop on the farms.
- The next $500,000 ought to be
provided in legislative appro nrla
tions. It will all be paid back in
three years, by making the peni
tentiary self supporting. This can
ill be accomplished. In a term of
years, by the earnings of the flax
industry itself. But it would be
better business to appropriate the
funds, and let the full 8000 acres.
ind self support, come about as
Cast as practicable. That is, in
'hree years. That is, 5000 acres
aext year, 6000 acres the follow
ng year, and 8000 acres the year
PLANT STUDY IIP
PROFESSOR AND MRS. PECK
LEAVE FOR MALHEUR CO.
Professor and Mrs. Morton E.
eck of the biology department of
Willamette university left yester-
lay morning for a two weeks'
rip to southeastern Oregon. Here
hey will explore the upper
Owyhee river and the southern
XOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
Notice is hereby given, that the
indersigned. Administratrix of
he Estate of America Mclntyre,
leceased, by virtue of an order
luly issued out of the County
ourt of the State of Oregon, for
he County of Marion, on the 28th
lay of May, 1928. will sell at priv
ite sale at Rooms 1, 2 and 4,
add & Bush Bank BuUding, in
Salem, in Marion County, Oregon,
n or after June 30, 1928, to the
lighest bidder for cash , all the
ight, title, interest and estate
vhlch the said America Mclntyre,
it the time of her death, had In
ind to the following described
Beginning at the Northeast
orner of Lot 14 in Block 22 of
Capital Park Addition to the City
f Salem, Marion County, Ore-
;on, according to the recorded
)iat thereof; and running thence
outherly along the West line of
1 9th Street, to the Southeast cor-
ter of said Lot; thence Westerly
ilong the South line of said Lot,
J 5 feet: thence Northerly naral-
el with the West line of 19th
Street to the South line of Belle-
vue Street; thence Easterly along
he south line of Bellevue Street
55 feet, to the place of beginning.
Terms and conditions ot sale:
fen per cent of price bidden shall
e paid at the time of sale and
the balance of the amount bidden
be paid on the confirmation of
ale by the said County Court.
Jaid sale will be made subject to
ne confirmation of the above en
.Dated at Salem. Oregon. June
ROSE M. ABBOTT.
Administratrix of the . Estate of
America Mclntyre, Deceased.
v.. New Tor botanical gar
According to Professor Peck
there are over 3000 varieties of
plants in Oregon, and the work of
his book is to list and classify
them. The work of preparing and
editing tbe book is quite a task
MR. CURTIS MENTIONED
Kanwaa Senator Refuses to
For Vice Presidency
KANSAS CITY, June 14 (AP)
Friend of Senator Curtis, of
Kansas, declared late today tbey
naa been instructed by the sens
tor not to propose his name for
vice president. From the same
source came rumors that a slate
of Hoover and Representative Til
son of Connecticut, had been
agreed upon, this lacked official
confirmation as several groups of
leaders went into conference to
study the vice presidential situa
Notice Is hereby given, that the
undersigned was duly appointed
executor of the will and estate of
Julia H. Tibbits, deceased, by or
der of the County Court of the
State of Oregon for Marlon Coun
ty, on the 31st day of May, 1928
and that all persons having
claims against said estate are
hereby requested to present their
resnective claims, with nrnner
vouchers, duly verified, to the un
dersigned executor at 341 State
street, Salem, Oregon, within six
months from the date of this no
Dated June 1, 1928.
J. CLARK TIBBITS,
Executor of the Will and Estate
-of Julia H. Tibbits, deceased.
Attorney for Executor.
NOTICE OF HEARING OF
Notice is hereby given, that the
undersigned. Administrator Do
Bonis Non of the Estate of Nancy
J. Van Patten, Deceased, has tiled
his Final Report with the County
Clerk of Marion County, Oregon
and the County Court has duly
made an Order setting the hearing
on said Final Report for Monday
June 25, 1928, at the hour of te i
o'clock; A. M. at the County Court
rooms in Salem, Marion County,
All persons Interested lnsaid
Estate are required to appear at
said time and place and present
any objections which they may
have to said Final Report, or an
Order will be made and entered
approving the same and discharg
ing the Administrator.
Date of first publication, May
Dato of last publication June 8,
CUYLER VAN PATTEN.
Administrator De Bonis Non of the,
Estate of Nancy J. Van Patten
WILLIAM H. TRINDLE.
314 U. S. National Bank,
Attorney for Administrator.
NOTICE OF FINAL
Notice is hereby given, that the
undersigned has filed in the Coun
ty Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Marion, her
duly verified Finar Account, as ex
ecutrix of the last will and testa
ment and estate of H. P. Chase
deceased, and that said Court has
fixed Tuesday, the 17th day of
July. 1928. at the hour of ten
o'clock A. M. of said day, as the
time, and the County Court Room
In the County Court House, at
Salem, Marion County, Oregon, as
the place for hearing said final
account and all objections thereto.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
8th day of June, 1928.
ALTA M. CHASE.
Executrix ot the last will and tes
tament and estate of H. P.
RONALD C. GLOVER.
Attorney for Executrix,
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