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;'3E$ TTiw Oregon Statesman, Salem, Uregon, Friday Homing, October 25, 1928
BACK IN SPEECH
Mental Condition of His At
tackers Analyzed by G.
S j 0. P. Campaigner
JOPLIN, Mo., Oct. 25. (AP)
Senator Joe T. Robinson, dem
ocratic Tice presidential candi
date, Senator Carter Glass of Vir
ginia, Josephus Daniels, former
secretary of the nary, and Got
ernor Dan Moody of Texas were
described by Senator William E.
Borah of Idaho in speech here
last nignt'as being unable to de-
j fend Governor Smith's . liquor
zLfut&nd. so they are trying to at.
" ft I- aqov tn ra(Ah III itafaat-
Airplane J stunt
Of Woman Ends;
Record Is Made
st tone," the senator declared in
his speech, which ended his south
ern campaign trip for Herbert
Hoover's presidential candidacy.
"Now they are not really attack.
lng me at all; what they are do
lng is displaying the agony of
mind which comes from trying to
make a speech in favor of a candU
date in whose principles and pol
icies they do not believe."
The democratic leaders had
jreviously 'denounced their par
ty's presidential nominee's prohi
bition policies," the senator con.
tinued, "so in their plight, they
fill the newspapers by assailing
one who is not a candidate, and
has a very simple and inconse.
fuential part in the campaign."
"Not one of these gentlemen
will state to the public," he added.
"that they stand for the repeal of
the 18th amendment: not one will
state that they stand for the pub
lie manufacture and sale of intox.
Icating liquor. All have de
nounced these things as unwise.
"If it were not for politics, they
would be denouncing Governor
I femith instead of myfeelf.' During
I the next 10 days I hope td occupy
j . W7 iime in discussing the greal
,CMue3 of the campaign."
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CAUSE OF ACCIDENT
i GREEN RIVER, Wyo., Oct. 25.
I (AP) An Oregon Short line
freight train With the hands of a
I dead engineer at the throttle, to-
I day crashed into another Oregon
I Short Line freieht standing in th
I yards at Fish Cut, 100 yards west I
t wv u ,u auu UCiilUUBU-
,s ed four cars. The engine rolled
down an embankment.
I Ray Welker of Montpelier, Ida-
I ho, the engineer, was believed to
! have died before the crash nr
ence l,. uoynion, iireman, also of
Montpelier, Jumped from the cab
Just before the collision and re
ceived minor injuries.
The crew of the rahorvu of ihA
i I freight which was standing in the
yards heard the whistling of the
engine two miles away. When it
f became apparent the train was
I -"running wild," the crew took to
"f A minute later the engine
ploughed through the caboose
uiu wrecaea inree other freight
.cars, one containing lumbe. a opf-
l end packed with merchandise and
third with wheat.
Two Sisters To
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 25.
(AP) Sister sued sister in a
4amage case which opened today
before a superior court Jury,
when Mrs. Beth McGuire of Port
land, Ore., complained that she
was injured in an automobile ac
cident while riding with her sis
ter, Mrs. Ethel Rising of San
Francisco. Mrs. McGutrk asks
125,912 from Mrs. Rising and her
husband, and from the Market
A second suit will be brought
fcy Mrs. McGulrk for damages for
the death of the woman's unborn
child as a result of the same acci
dent. The accident occurred April 2
when the Rising machine crashed
Into a street car..
ST. PAUL, Minn., Oct, 25.
(AP). Completing a non-stop
flight from Spokane. Mrs: C. E.
Paulsen of Spokane- arrived here
at 6:50 p. m. in an airplane
piloted by N. D. Mamer.
The. plane left Spokane at 5:45
a. m.J Pacific coast time, making
the time for the trip about 11
hours and five minutes. The
flight had been expected to take
slightly more than 12 hours, for
the 1,500 miles.
The plane waa flown over . a
proposed air mail and passenger
route which is expected by spring
10 connect St. FanI with the Pa
The flicht was resorted tn tut
one of the longest non-stop jaunts
ever attempted by a regular com
mercial passenger ship and. the
pilot asserts, the longest ever
made by a woman in the United
COM W EW
NEW YORK. Oct. 25. (AP)
A, group of financiers has pur
chased control of the- American
Airplane business of Anthony H.
Anthony H. G. Fokker, who made
most of the war-time German air
craft and who is said to have-constructed
more planes than any
other manufacturer in the world.
The reorganized company will be
gin quantity production of all
types of planes from baby sport
modelswto giant passenger ships;
At a conference of interested
parties today It was announced
that control had been obtained by
financial interests that had sub
scribed 14,000,000 and that a new
factory capable of turning out all
types of planes would be built In
California. The existing factories
at Wheeling. W. Va - and Has-
brough Heights. N. J., will be enJ
larged to permit increased produc
tion. Fokker . himself will relinauieh
all executive duties so that he
may give all his time to design
ing and developing new types of
planes. "He will retain a substan
tial stock interest in the new company.
DEATHS HELD ACCTOENT
NEW YORK. Oct. 25. fAPW
The deaths of two young sons of
Mrs. Milto nS. Waldman, who fell
13 stories from a hotel roof la
Friday, were pronounced "entirely
accidental," by Chief MedicaF Ex
aminer Charles Nerrls at the con
clusion Of his Investieatinn tnriav
In swift, smooth-riding mo
tor coaches Is the conven
ient, delightful way to
travel to San Francisco and
all California cities. Pick.'
wick, with 4 schedules daily '
to the South, gives Salem its
finest, most convenient
transportation service. And
you can go the Pickwick
way at a big saving in fare!
Departures dally at
1:30 A. M.; 10:10 A. M.
2:10 P. M.; 7:30 P. M.
Low fares 'straight thru to
.the East. . .
Senator Hotel '
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