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Early in December
Careful Analysis of State
Made by Director
Revision ot the state budget
regulations so that funds appro
priated to the various state de-'
nartmAnta and institutions will
not be classified under more than
two heads, will b sought by Sam
A. Koxer, state budget director,
who is now making up the budget
f Aotfm'ateri expenditures for
1929 and 1930.
Th budget as prepared by Mr.
Kozer probably will be completed j
early in December, when it will
be sent to the state printer. As
soon as the budget is 'printed cop-
ie will be sent to Governor Pat
terson and the members of the
two houses of the legislature.
This will give the legislators an
opportunity to study the budgets
before the legislature convenes
JHriV 111 JIUUMIi
j; Under the present system of
.u..li 1ia hnilrnt IB (IP-1
yicruui " o - i
tmands of the various state depart
ments ana instituuons nave
segregated into several classes.!
These include salaries and wages.
operating expenses, capital out
lays and in some Instances main
tenance and incidental expenses.
Great Pleasure Expressed at
Prospect of Tour by
Announcement of Projected
Good Will Trip Brings
MEXICO CITT. Nov. 10 (AP)
-It was said in olttdal circles to
rt ar that the Mexican government
would be deughtea to exiena au
official invitation to President
i elect Hoover should he indicate a
wi.fi tn include Mexico in nis
South American tour.
Emilio Pbftes Gil, who will take
office as Dresident of Mexico on
December 1. today in an interview
said that the choice of Herbert
Hoover by the American people
delights Mexico because it means a
continuance of "The coouage asex
lean policy which by sending Am
basaador Morrow ana tnrougn me
inAuudor'1 work wae estab
lished real friendship, understand
ing and good relations between the
IWO gOTernmenui uiu iuuuu v.
ST. THOMAS, Virgin Islands
Nov. 10 (AP) Tbe governor
Steiner Report Suggests an
Addition Hospital Near
Source of Cases
Anticipates Crowded Condi
tion Here; Costs are
installation of a ward in the
Oregon state penitentiary for the
m nf rrimlnal insane Is the only
apparent way to correct tne evu
and Increasing practice of trans
ferring such cases to tne uregon
Rnch cases are menacing other
inmates of the hospital already so
nearly filled to capacity that nor
mal committment wfll crowd It
before the close of the toienmum.
To relieve congestion at the
state hospital senile dotards, para
lytics and other helpless cripples
should be eared for by the county
in which the patient lives.
These statements mark the bien
niei report of Dr. R. E. Lee Stein
er, which will be presented to the
lerislatnre in January. The re
port covers the period from Oc
tober 1, 192i to SeptemDer au,
Practice Held Wrong
There seems to be an increaa-
and people of the Virgin islands
today, through the navy depart-
u ment. have invited Herbert Hoover n tendencv." read the report,
to visit the islands dunng part 01 commit senile dotards, paralytics
his prelnauguration tour. ani other helpless cripples that
should be cared for by the county
r k 1. hir hu. PANAMA. Nov. 10 (AP) in nrhlrh the Datlent lives. Ave
nnruuK urn ea m 1 - : .1 "
As a reeult or in ' c"uo: coinmand to tne apartiut Panama has sent President-elect have no choice or discretion but
U ?1 7 nTtinr orhe .u oTa waTfViend, MMyrtle Hoover a special InvltaUon to in- mu8t reCelve all patients that may
Zlr& to authorize an B.gb, top. of AUanta, O-.. I. a elude thto republic in his Latin- be committed. There should be
emergency board to thortze an lfV double tragedy, meet- American iUnerary. The message. 8ome leral provision by which pa-
appropnauon ior me 'P'- L deaUl when he a baUet sent by President Arosemena to tientB who do not properly belong
through her bead, xne nusoanu, jar. Hoover Baia: inere couia De sem um
u Rusim. World war veteran, i am reaueeUng you to include COuntv from which they come.
""A ? . Mow. tiien woauded hla wife's the republic of Panama In the itln- "Many convicts serving time in
11 aeveiopea ai vuc mwuua wi ' lineman he. Ur.nr nf vnnr trin to SDaniahUvo noniionHgrr am found Insane
V.a mwin hrtarrl that- IhB M"1""! - i vu " - ...
lilt) V1UV1SCUV vwwa a I . 1
prison had more than SlOO.OffO U1Un
In its revolving fund, but that Its
allowance for operating expenses
had dwindled to a few dollars.
Had it have been possible to
transfer money from the revolv
ing fund to the operating expense
fund the necessity of a meeting
ty the emergency board would
have been eliminated, and ' the
state would i have saved consider
SUICIDE IS UNIQUE
ave savea conuaer 1 rii A..n.a
A similar sttuaUoTcrrific Explosion Occurs
has existed at other state institu
tions during the "past few years.
During the past few weeks the
ftlaho hndret director has visited
When Janitor Presses
America: as the Panaman govern- and sent to the state hospital.
ment and people will be delighted others excused from crime on ac-
lo entertain you in their, victory count of insanity are committed
I during: whatever time you can re-1 here. This is palpably wrong.
main." There should be a ward for tne
criminal insane at the penitenti-
HAVANA, Nov. 10 (AP) lxy. Such eases are a menace to
Pnka nfUIala wav a ltnonl Wl a in I aW. AaU UiaaTM YtakVaa T'llaKTaa 1
their expressions of pleasure ov3rm0re danger of escape, and there ITne JDlliS rouna in leases 01
press reports today saying Herb-jig no Soo4xeaon whjLtbey should :ak-aBe.-Bay Clement.
ert. Hoover, United Statee fresl-Inot be cared for In an lnstUutM 1 - ok-JLui. i
dent-elect, will visit Cuba early designed to protect the public
next year. 1 from such persons.
The Cuban state depa
pressed satisfaction to the Assoc!-
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Ten Years of Peace Will be
Celebrated in Parade
Music, Song and Speech take
Places in Program; Le
gion is Inspiration
ARMISTICE DAY PROGRAM
10 a. m. Parade. .
11, a. m. Kxercisea at w f
coartbonse steps. Goveraor
ll:SO a. m. Armory opmxj
"Back of the Front" attrc- 4
Uons all day and evening
All day. Ladiee' auxiliary eervre
fooff at the armory. -N;
2:80 p. m. Football, Balem
. . hlirK ml lllin. h
nigii . fs "v " -
ger field. -i
Afternoon and nlght4 Dances at
Crystal Garden and armory.
Elsinore, Oregon, Hollywood
and Capitol theatres undVr
Legion ticket good for all
, these attractions buy Le
gion tickets and help the le
the eastern Oregon state hospital (AP)When an apartment house
at rencueum janltor rang a buzzer in Chalmers
mal school at La Grande and the JF Parsons. apartment here to-
V?? to0""10819 h8FA ,,a night, he unwittingly pressed the
"The Dalles. At each institution " iir.
. . . , DUUOn lUKl Bl. UH M Mum.u,
he made a study of the demands kimng parsons and wrecking-the
with a view of obtaining informa- . floor of tne apartment
tion as to how much money would hou8e
be required by each of them dur. Par'80na was In the kitchen of
ing the next blennlum. hig apartment at the moment. AH
Kozer Refuses burners In his gas stove were
Public Statement open an(j an cracks about the
Although Mr. Kozer has refused doorff windows and dumb waiter
to make any public statement re- cninke(i tight with rags,
gar ding the demands of the va- Qn tne telephone stand nearby
rious state departments and in- wag a note Bcrihbled on an enve
etitutiona, a report Is current here ope and addressed to his wife,
that he will demand strict econ- Tne note gaid; "Mary: Flor-
omy during the next two years. ence nas your Btock in the safe In
In this he will have the support aQ envei0pe. Good bye, Mary. Am
or Governor rauerson ana oint?ri80rry cause yoa any more trou
state oinciais wno are mieresita ble Uod IOrgive me. Chalmers
In the financial wenare 01 me
Governor Patterson has let it
be known that he. favors a reduc
tion In expenses, and there are a
number of state officials, who be
lieve he will resort to the veto
method of cutting down expend i.
tures. In a statement issued re
cently Governor Patterson said a
substantial deficit , existed In the
Jury Says Miss
Caused By Self
They think of-
Of Winning Moftday
and Probable Score.
ated press that Mr. Hoover would pital during the two years period. late Saturday after a three
be a visitor here. It views hts This Is the largest number of "V-. ... mMA for
projected tr.lp as presaging ce- tients that have ever entered the I M. Rose was Jndicted for
mentlng of the friendly relaUons hospital during a blennlum. It
now existing between the two re- L time to adopt a definite policy fer ""ki. "LVTh!
publics. ' to provide for the inevitable in
crease in the number of insane
GUAYAQUIL. Ecuador, Nov. 10 persons that must be cared for by " kVh V wnorv
1 TV XT l T7-..J I in.. V 1 Da.lla I
tflr; ncwoifiijiciD 111 Avuiuui lino blalc. i uvsiiai m i vuui
display most prominently today ton now lacks 33 of being filled
the news that President-elect to capacity. This hospital now haTe been DcommUted August 21
nuover ptans iu ,guuie lu ouuiuinas a capacity 01 i;vv, miu m-
I Ministers WU1 be Kept Busy
Annsitice Weelc End,
check on which the name : "The
Vinton Company" was forged as
an endorsement. The check had
of this year.
Ray Clement was charged with
Blind Pig Raid
Fatal To Two
LAKEBLUFF, 111., Nov. 10
( AP ) - A S coroner's jury late to-
general fund, with prospects of I day returned a verdict finding that
an even larger deficit next year. Elfrieda Knaak, 29, school teacher
Th riafioit now existlnc was anu dook ageni, nau come j uc.
roughly estimated by Governor death a week ago by self-inflicted
Patterson at a million dollars, burns.
Governor Patterson hopes that the Although the Jury apparently
deTicit may be wiped out before wrote tne nnai cnapter to me mjs
tffSend of 1929. tery. State's Attorney A. V. Smith
Although several new state 'of Lake county declared he would
(Turn to Page 2, Please.) continue his Investigation.
Cinder Cones Solution
comodations for 128 more patlent3
in prospect as soon as the nurses gr&nd larceBy ,n the indictment
home is completed. returned against him. On Steptem-
. ' 5,7 fTT v , ber 27 of this year, according to
ii ib eviueui iuu ""D""'the indictment, Clement stole a
will be filled to capacity before the Lnger pistol, a high powered rifle
fnn 01 Lilts uieumuiu. auuiui i i a 1.1 i n Ao rinm
ax a I - . I ana H. TlB.ir Ul 11C1U fcioooa1 aa wui
f if Parti fil nantSwlnS l the Pendleton hospital Cnar,e8 E stream.
r should be ready by the Ume tae The third indictment charged
two hospitals are filled to their rljA m ahnoomith with barclarv
ur-1 nui 1 , av v-i normal capacity. men, ux uui ... nr Hate ar tne
Two men were shot to death and judgment, planB should be com-tHrn BAt at rictober 14i 1928.
a third was critically wounded In pieted for starting another hos- wnen Shoesmlth' Is alleged to have
a raia on an auegeu Diina pig pital contiguous to Fortiana as broken into the s evricetasm. .Hd
here early tonight. more than one-third of the pa- broken into the service station op-
The dead: Patrolman Ulrlch A. tients come from there. One can erated by Prlem and Carpell, tak
Johnston, and Hansell Rich, al- estimate with practical certainty jnB money and various articles of
la.a1 nliv avavma. Dibit's . i . i . . 1 Jf V. n M.i ... i
6cu wiiuu viaiui. iuvu c i me rauo 01 iiici cLe, auu wiijr 1 auto eQUipment. 1 1
son, Louis, 19, said by police to I adopt a building policy to takel jjot true bills were returned In
have been a bartender in his care of this?
father's establishment, was dan- (Turn to Page 2, Please.)
The shooting occurred as John
SALEM'S public having dis
played such excellent judg
ment as to the probable
outcome ot ' major football
games in the past few weeks,
the New Oregon Statesman de
cided Saturday to get a line
from resfdents of this city on
the probable outcome of the
contest between Willamette and
Idaho in Boise on Armistice
Day. A number of persons were
asked to give their opinions as
to the result and probable score.
This is what they said:
CARL GABRIELSON, head
of tbe autqmobile department
of the state, said: "From what
I have seen I think Willamette
should make a good showing.
Coach Keene has done remark
ably well with the new material
at hand and if' the Idaho grid
sters win by i more, than one
touchdown I will be much sur
Elimination of. the dally broad
east of cinders from all sawdust
and hog fuel burners In Salem Is
simply a matter of installing "cin
der cones" constructed especially
for this purpose. But that is
rather a costly program, it was
brought out at the meeting of
managers of industrial plants
with eltv officials and Prof. C. R.
Boals of O. A. C, Saturday morn
ing in the office of Mayor Lives-
Representatives of the Oregon
luin A: Paner comnany, the C. K.
Spauldlng Logging company and
the Portland Electric rower eom
nanv all admitted that their power
plants are producing a share of
the cinder nuisance, and all
promised cooperation, both In. as
sisting Prof. Boals in his Inves
tigation and in, taking whatever
feasible steps are recommended
He also said that the plant itself
i the worst sufferer irom tne
The lumber company nas
rA nent S3C.00Q in efforts to
oitmlnate cinders, said C. - K.
Snanldinz. its president, ana, nas
mt with considerable success. Ho
ctated his belief that no means is
available for eliminating au 01
the cinders, but that additional
improvement can be had By n
ataiiinr taller stacks and more
The Portland Electric Power
romnanv is already using a cinder
cone, and finds that it collects 16
whAAlbarrow loads of i cinders
dailr. Manager W. M. Hamilton
reported. He mentioned that the
firm which produces these cinder
cones guarantees a 95 per cent
rti mAAtlnr was held In ac
cordance with a resolution passed
for the abatement ot the nuisance.
P. Lamoreau, superintendent Jot Alderman Hal D
f the 1 paper company, said tnat
the firm has obtained an estimate
from the manufacturers ot an ap
proved type of cinder cone,, and
.found that - the cost would be
about f lt.OOO. He indicated that
the company wa not la position
ta axnanA that aaaanaa akmraaaaa.
by the city council at the instance!
Z . u D.l It Potnn a nth-1
OI A1U" UlMA - ' "
orlzing the employment of Prof
Rni tn make a survey of the cin
der problem in Salem. j; Prof,
nnaia took little nart in the dis
cussion Saturday, explaining that
this was his first visit to aiem
and that he had looked oyer none
At iaa pl lnvoivao.
e cases of Oliver Relsbect. John!
W. Gelan and Vaclav Trestlk.
Reisbeck and Trestlk had been
bound over on charges of assault
11. m. A WAWMO WAITIAII IriAAlflll
had been committed on a statutory
The shooting occurred as John-1 . T
ston and Patrolman Hugo Wells, lV6W W ln tOQK
iciiur uiiiter, were uimui lu ar-i , m p I nSu Dec
rest Rich on a liquor charge In IVinc W elCOWe Jl charge,
his alleeed blind dI. onerated In I " ' w
connection with .a shoe repair! A wlyw'o J7Tfri7cMri.f- L.M.L
shop. O a a a,w l&riUSIl UU&CIVC
Wells said that the elder Rich
whipped out a revolver and shot! "War for a Sailor," Albert
RALPH CURTIS, sports
editor, said: "Willamette uni
versity won't be able to score
against the College of Idaho
Monday unless they get a pret
ty good break; but they might
be able to keep the College from
scoring, too. A scoreless tie Is
probably the best chance."
Ten marriage licenses, one of
the highest dally totals on record,
were issued from the office of the
Marion county clerk here Satur
day. The following couples were
licensed to wed: Stephen B. Cook
and Sarah C. Fry, both of route
2. Salem, both of legal age, ana
both taking their second venture
I In matrimony. Curtis V. crat-
eenberg, 30, of Gervais, ana
Edith L. Hardy, of 2310 Nortn
Church street, Salem. Loren
Thompson, 21, of Silverton, and
Dorothy De Paulin, 18, Of 87 6
North 2lBt street, Salem.
Robert D. Mead, 28, of Port
land, and Marguerite Elizabeth
Englefried, 28, of Portland. Paul
F. Schwab, 86, of Mount Angei.
and Eleanor Fisher, 22, of Ketch
ikan, Alaska. Lyle O. Rains, 23,
and Jessie J. King, 23, both of
route 3, Salem. Walter H. Will
ecke, of route 3, Salem, and Alice
Schaller. of 925 North cottage
street, Salem, b6th of legal age.
Reuben R. Hilflker, 21, of 330
Mission street, Salem, and Helene
Irene Black, 20, A 1630 Lee
street, Salem. Virgil uregon
Long. 25, of 2075 Faifgrounds
Road, Salem, and Mary C. Tallon,
22, et 712 South 14th street, Sa
lem. Roy H. Pease, 27, of 196 5
Brevman street, Salem, ana
Julia Frances Briggs, 21, of 2236
North Fourth street, Salem.
TODAY is the tenth anni
versary of the most
ventful occasion in modert.
history; the signing 01 w
armistice whicn enaea u
World vr- The last snou
were fired just ten years age
at 11 o'clock this forenoon.
Since v Armistice day laiK
an Sunday, it is being cele
jrated on Monday this year;
a celebration which extend
to every continent and to aearlj
every nation on the face et tht
Ten years have failed to dimin
ish the significance of this day;
irather, its observance nas oeconn
more general from year 10 yrar.
In Salem, It has become estab
lished as an occasion In which all
neonle take Dart: there Is B
longer any need to , press . agent
the event, the people of Salem
couldnt be persuaded to staj
away from the celebration even tf
the president, all tbe congressmen
and the whole American Legion
united In urging them.
The celebration opens with the
annual parade, which starts frosa
Marion square at 10 o'clock sharp.
All organizations which are enter
ing marching units or floats have
been asked to report at 9:3
o'clock to Colonel Carle Abrams.
grand marshal, or to tbe propei
member ot ' his staff.
; The first section will be under
the command of Lieut-Col. T. E.
Rllea and will form on Commer
cial street between Center sn6
Marlon streets, facing south. Thlt
section will Include the grand
marshal and. his staff, the colors,
state officials, city officials, the
186th Infantry band from Port
land. Company B ot the National
Guard, the Coast Artillery detach
ment and the medical detachment
(Turn to Page 2, PleaSe.)
BILL SMULLINS, Willam-
m . y I ue stuaent ana memoer 01 ai
ArmiStlCe U ay Pha Psl Delta fraternity, said
-Well, I don't know Just wha
LONDON, Nov. It (AP) To-
ette student, said: "Weir, let's D-flanr Tmttin
glTe Willamette the edge by one ITUlLlaUU 10.11 IK,
Fatalities Now 57
point 14 to 13.
LESLIE M ANKER, Willam
ette student and member of Al-
the officer three times. Johnston I Richard Wetjen's new novel of the
died almost Instantly. thigh seas and the adventures of
Wells then shot and killed Han- sailor men, has arrived in Saiem,
sell Rich, according to his story, Where copies are being eagerly
and shot the son in the chest sought at the book stores by
as the latter, carrying a revolver friends of the saiem writer. ia hae fallen on this land of Eng
attempted to run into a rear room, book is highly praised by those I, .
wno nave seen n ana R""MT1ir-.rT of Armistice day draw
la expressed with the Century . Tn(.nn v hnart of the
eomnanv. publishers, who say: I . -.m. a mark tha day
"How this hook catches the thrill-1 JLTl.
. I ,.M A .In... . .
ing ryutm, m - tlon with more than usual solemn
tne seat weares a ipw wi ""Hitr and intensity of emotion.
clnatkn and it tells tne taie 01 a KauiT nun and woman
man" . vi.hHm iwinn artificial
Wetien has won wide popular-. mrnv mn hUnd-l Mm wtn mm out. but from
PORTLAND, Ore.. Nov. 10. Jity with his short stories, pun-1, . tmA 10. 1. eren 14 tha onlnions I have heard. It is
lAi-j Bears.: Koeouck ana co lis&ea in leaamg iicuoa - in i lonsr lesions identlr aoln to be a hard
one of America's largest mercan- sines, and friends anticipate an j . .i-niall children .when the L rame. If Willamette wins any
tile firms. Is -to enter the" retaU equally cordial reception for nMlJj M. Mid the em-i thin it will be a hard battle
ihi score will be; it is hard to
say. Of course I know what I
want it to be. But it will be a
close game. Both sides will
score, but just how much I
don't know. Anyway it will be
VIRGINIA SLUSFER, Willa
mette university student who
resides at Lausanne hall, said:
"I don't knowj how the Monday
PORTLAND. Ore., Nov. 10.
(AP) William Hudnut, ,
died In a hospital here today from
Injuries received Thursday wnen
h wa struck bv an automobile
driven by William Coffey. The
death was the a7th trainc raiaiuy
of the rear.
Freak Bets? We
Have 'Em, Aver
People In Texai
HARLINGEN. Tex., Nov. 10. i
IAP1 Sol Ruth, the Medford.
Ok la., man who will push a pea
nut six miles with a crowbar be
cause Herbert Hoover carrlec
Texas, Is a mere piker in opinion
of Rio Hondo. Tex., folks.
Bill Williams agreed to roll.
peanut with his nose a mile a da?
for eelven days, or from the citj
limits of Rio Hondo to the nmm
of Harllngen, a distance of abom
11 miles, if the state - went ioj
Hooer. The bet was made, witr
William's father-in-law, F. O
Lewis, the latter agreeing to stani
ton his head on Main street if ae
business field in Portland. R. E. I first novel length yarn
Wood, president of the company,
made the announcement here to
Sears. Roebuck .has -obtained.
Wood said, a long-term lease on
a large department store building
to be constructed by Ralph B.
Lloyd ot Los Angeles, head of tbe
Lloyd corporation, a local enterprise.
Woman Is Held In
1 PORTLAND. Ore Nov. 10.-
fAPl Doreene De Selvot today
was ordered by a coroner's jury 1
held for investigation by the coun
ty grand Jury in connection with
tb ahAotlna to death of Gilbert J.
Pinto, Steward's Yeoman aboard!
tha liner Malolo ..Thursday night
In Portland harbor. . .
Sudden Jump Mode
By Level of River
H FcUoasBig Ram
: One of ' the most rapid
rlsea la tbe kJstoty of the
Willamette river - took
place Satarday - whew tbe
rtrer level tamped from
JL1 feet below normal to
S.4 feet above normal, a
rise otlJH feet la 24
' boors. Late last night the
river ' was still rlsmsj
ateadily, dme to the heavy
rains which , totaled 4.18
' mchea during the 48 hour
' period endlnsi at P- m
Satarday. Of thto total 1.1
lncbeo feR during Uie sec
oad 24 hour period. J-
blems for the late Eari naig-s
great fund to aid still suffering
human wreckage of the coniueu
In Capitol Films
Salem's Capitol Post i I Legion
nrnrn Corns will be -seen and
heard at the Capitol Theatre start-
liar today for three days in their
llate recording over the movietone
I Governor Patterson is seen j ,ana
heard r in the talking Movietone
I New Weekly, decorating the prize
winning Jersey cow t the Oregon
state Fair. ' , j-v. '..J.J ! - A
Another interesting subject for
tbe Canltol Armistice program is
that showing Cot r Linanergn s
lake off at New York, and also
the. reception and decorations at
The Idaho team is heavier than
FRANK BARQUIST. of the
Shyne Shoppei said :. "My opin
ion is that Willamette will win
by about six points. -The score?
Oh. about 13 j to 7.
O. 8. ALLISON, sewing ma
chine salesman, said: "Judging
from what I hear of tbe teams.
I believe that Idaho will win by
a 12 to 7 score., . ?
- SPEC KEENE,-Willamette
coach, said ir"I don't expect to
win tnla rame. We would have
only a slim chanee even If the
..m waa nith nrooer frame
of mind, but it la not.-The play
ers may get fcp pome spirw on
the trip, but H It's dlfflcultto
'point' team more than twice
A (Turn to rgo .
R iver Of Law Takes On
InrrettRed Imnetus: Mass t
Measures 30 f eet Hi
ROME, Nov. 10. (AP)
Sweeping relentlessly down io-
warL the sea. a molten current
lava tonight was tOl .pouring
Aawn tha eastern ' Slope oi u
iRtna. anreading devastation ev-t
erywhere that it touched and ent
ting direct communicawna
raU between Catani and Messln.,
The fiery onsweep, at somw
rvinta maTina-. In a, solid . mass
more than thirty feet high at lta
Icresi., fxmm : . T ,
bridge at Mascali and la-begins
tiin. ita work of destruction in
I . ... a . r
the neighboring viuase w
rfata. . : " . ' -''t.l.l
With Catania cut on nrom
Mia,' steamship service between
-.he two places - waa imbibe.
Mn maklnc- four trips dairy,
I - ' .jr ...
Professor O. ronie, uif w
MManiluftAMl OVOr tnO ,rW'
caldron that has been sending
Its destructive flow ever since
Friday estimated toaay w
lav .was flowing toward the sat
along a 1 vaUey witn a rtr.
seventeen feet an hour. By Boot
today the railway bridge at Mh
call had' been submerged and tn
lava had reached a point severs
hundred feet oeyono. ... , . :-
. a asw boiling over last nigh'
gave .tresn Impetus to - a
of the lava flowing nortl i ofh
central stream .tbkhtar beei
making Its way ww ,,7.,"
railway post north of the v llag.
otL Mascali fl itself complet
ruined.- . .
Tillage of Carrabba wa
cleared TiU Imtot. tJM
and factories and the re