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TIi New Orecon Statesman. SaTery Oregon, Sattenfoy Morning January 19, 1929
t Local News Brurfs I STEEL PRICE AT
ttoseburg Man Here John W.
Jrtky 'of Rosebnrg is business
visiter In the-elty.
tisspectors Named W. J. Pat
teraan was named assistant Mar
ten county court here Friday.
. J&ld For Investigation John
rreWard- and William McklahauJ
wr arrested by Salem police Frt
4f and held ' for Investlgattln.
6iGrl toXhirries -Mr. and Mrs
Srcrlon Ourrle.l route seven, . box
tt. aire parents of baby girl, born
Thursday night at the Salem
Svrs. Bui vis ' Recovering Mrs.
O. ft Burrla, 150 8outh Liberty
street, is recovering aa rapidly as
could be expected from Injuries
nrstalned Wedaeeday wkn- she
fTT and broke her hip. Mrs. Bur-
rhr is at the Salem. General hoc.
ttftal. .Attorney Pant F.. Burris
H Iter son. - ,
Leaves for New York Coarte
nay Dinwiddle; director of dem
onstrations for the Commonwealth
pimd, is again returning east
after spending a week visiting the
Karlon county child health dem
owstratlon. sponsored by the fund
Mr, Dinwiddle's home is at Irving
on' the Hudson, New York.
Clarion Try-Outs Held Try
otrts for the staff positions for the
Jo-afor edition of the Clarion, sen
if high scnooi newspaper, were
herd at the high school Friday
David Eyre -will be editor-in-chief
ft the class issue, which will ap
pear next Friday, January 25.
library Orders Prepared The
county school superintendent's of
fice is preparing the annual or
ders for library books and will
mail them out to the' various
Kchool districts shortly. All or
ders must be returned not later
than April- 1, the office warns,
otherwise book lists will be made
br the county superintendent. In
which event duplication is quite
probable. The orders amount to
the ten cents per capita which
-teh district votes annually for
library books, and are filled
through the state library.
Speeding Charged E. W. Ir?
vine. Jr.. and Fred Furayama
were arrested-by local traffic of
ficers-Friday on charges of speed-in"
Fin Case at Hospital Twelve
Cases- of lnt luenxa . were reported
to the eountv health demonstra
tion the latter part of the week
from the-state hospital.
y - - ., . . .
Mortgage Foeeclonnte Suit to
foreclose a 13590 mortgage was
filed In circuit court here Friday
bT Charles L. Panaeuter and Su
sie E. Parmenter against u.m.
Kent and Fordyce E. Kant. s " '
Judgment Kntrrvd D e f a U 1 1
iudement ss enttrei in circuit
court, here Friday gertnst the de
fendant in the tase Stete Indus
trial Accident Cuiml-wton vs. Wil
lamette Auto Supply company
The sum of $55.77 rs involved.
Overcoat SUUm -An overcoat
belonging to S. T. Latfdon. em
Dlore at the state hospital, was
stolen from the State cigar store
Friday, Laudon reported to tne
Twenty Take Exams Twenty
hirh school students sought to
ko earn a half credit toward grad
uation Friday when they wrote on
the state Bible examinations. Fif
teen students took the Old rests
West Salem News
By LOU THOMPSON
Phone 41 7-W
The Latter Day Saints church
has organised a primary class,
which will meet every Tuesday at
the different homes.
Score of Issues Soar 3 to 15
Points Each; Utilities
Are Strong !
NEW YORK. Jan. 18. (AP)
Under the banner of their old time,
leader, tJ. ; S. Steel, some of the
most powerful bull contingents on
the stock market launched a buy
ing: movement" today which sent
about a score of important issues
np 3 to nearly 15 .points. - Steel
was. bid np to a new record for nil
at 1804. up more than 8 points.
The- bullish inclined were - dis
posed to regard the increase of
f71.000.00d in brokers loans as
largely offset by the reduction. In
member bank borrowings. Call
money was in unexpectedly abund
ant -supply, renewing at per cent
for the first time in a week, and
funds were available at less than
that in the "outside" market. .
Otis Elevator monnted nearly
15 points and Johns-Manville
climbed 13. but lost more than
half its gain later.
The independent - steels were
buoyed "up by the strength of U.
S., Bethlehem. Republic, Crucible
and Vanadium and making sub
stantial headway. With the ex
ception of Green Cananea, which
made an extreme gain of over. 7
points, coppers turned heavy,
The Rev. M. A. Groves of the
Ford Memorial church will preach
two 'sermons Sunday. The morn
ing service topic will be "The
Whitened Harvest.' and the eve
ning topic "The Shadow of Influ
ence." Mrs. Groves class of girls
will sing at the morning service,
and Mrs. Guy Newgent -will sing
at the evening service.
At the official board meeting
laet Monday night definite plans
were laid "for .revival "nenrkes to
begin February, 10. The Rev. J.
R. Beaton will conduct the serv
ices and the Rev. E. G. Ranton of
Independence will lead the singing.
The Ladies' Aid sliver tea held
at the parsonage on Wednesday.
January 10, was well attended. 36
women being present. The pro
gram commlttee.Mrs. Applewhite
and Jlrs. D. A. Williams present
ed a fine program. Refreshments
were served by the committee,
Mrs. M. A. Graves, Mrs. J. R.
Brown, and Mrs. E, Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cberrlag
ton hare closed their home for
the winter, .and have gone to a
logging camp In the mountains,
out from Eugene.
ment quiz, and five, wrote on the jKennecott losing more than 3.
Student Hly Play Next Char
acters anj managing, staff for
"The Hokd to Yesterday," annual
Senior high school student body
play to be presented In the school
auditorium February 15 under
i direction of Mrs. Fred S. Duncan,
ire well into the work of produc
ing and staging; the performance.
TSe cast Includes: Kenelm Poul
trt. Lawrence' Brown; Jack Grea
t or la, Robert Gamer; Will Leve
led, Jane Hcltzel; Adrian
Tompkyns. Ronald Hewitt; Els-
peth Tyrrel, Wllda Fleener; Mal
eaa Lereson, Katharine Earle;
Eleanor Leveson. Velma May;
Harriett Phelps. Gertrude -Hobbs;
Koran Glllaw, Carol Kiser; Dolly
Edulls, Gladys Roen; Hubert. Wil
lard Moses; Sir John, Edwin
ftwarts; Wat, Delmar- Peters. On
the managing staff are: Mrs. R.
W. Tavenner, faculty manager;
Lee Coe, student manager" Frank
Weber and Harold Masseyf stage;
Dora Bielser and Mildred Tailor,
property; Everet Bennett, electri
cian: Virginia Holt, wardrobe
'mistress; Lloyd Claggett. ward
rebfe master; Virginia Page, ush
Harlan Boats, advertising.
New Testament questions.
Confers With Officers Mrs.
Jessie Stryker of the Pacific Pro
tective society of Portland was in
Salem Friday arnoon to confer
with County Judge J. C. Siegmund
and Mrs. Nona White, county
Gamble Wins SlOO The case
Wanda Gamble vs. Al Stoops was
decided In favor of the plaintiff
in the sum of fltfO when the Jury
reported shortly Deiore u u1;
Friday night. Tne jury was
about five hours considering the
ease, wnicu nau cumuiucu -
of the dav, in circuit court, in
sult was tor personal injuries sus
tained in an auto accident, wanua
Gamble was suing by J. O. Gam
ble, her guardian ad litem.
W&llcm- Sentenced Wayne D.
Walker was sentenced to 90 days
In Jail for possession of liquor
when he appeared Deiore juancr
of the Peace Smalley Friday.
Walker was one of a party of
thr that had been arrested pass
ing through here last weeK in an
....nht. a varied assortment
nf rendu, including an electric
.in? machine, a maui oi m-
type used by burglars, aud other
..ii.ia. wr mnriscaiea ai iur
Bl llVtW " " "
time the arrest was made.
Canadian Pacific led the rails
with an extreme gain of about 6
points and Pennsylvania was
heavily bought in expectation that
valuable rights wili be granted In
connection with its new financing.
Utilities wre generally strong.
American Power and Light.. Peo
ples Gas and General Gas & Elec
tric B mounting 4 to 7 points
Insurance Held Sound as
Program for Thrift Week
Is Generally Emphasized
Life Insurance as one of 10
points in a sound program for
thrift Is being emphasised
throughout the United States to
day as the third day of national
Thrift week is observed.
Widespread publicity through
the press and public forum is em
phasizing the value of life Insur
ance, Its protection to business
and to the home. In Salem' a
large number of underwriters
have joined in a public announce
ment in which the necessity of life
insurance is stressed.
Remarkable strides have been
uisue ill twcuiiciu ixaiui; iu 'utilized
veloping the national practice of j '
life Insurance Investment. Three
per cent of the national Income
goes into life insurance, accord-
87 per cent of all estates are de
rived from life Insurance funds.
Not only are the beneficiaries In
modern policies the widow and
other members of a family whose
head has died, but life Insurance
as a business protection and life
insurance as a trust for education
al purposes Is being widely util
Salem agents point out that a
local development of great conse
quence Is the rapid Increase of
life insurance as a trust for educa
tional purposes is being widely
PHI HUE EXPERT
"There can be no quarrel with
the assertion In the special tele
phone committee report released
recently, that the public service
commission Is not financially able
to employ the necessary technical
assistants to cape with the investi
gation of telephone valuations.
Neither has the commission suffi
cient funds for other important
This was the statement made
Friday by L. E. Bean, a member
of the public service commission.
Mr. Bean made It plain that he
was speaking only for himself and
not for other members of the com
mission. "It is not my intention," said
Bean; "to defend the past acts of
the commission. But when a body
of lavmen undertakes to estab
lish that this branch of the state
government is less competent to
deal, with a utility problem than
a municipal organization, I ques
tion such an inference.
"While it is not against the law
for the public service commission
to go before the legislature and
solicit funds with which to carry
on the work of our department.
I, for one will not assume such a
"When the delegated authori
ties see fit to provide the public
service commission with funds
necessary to conduct an investiga
tion of Oregon's telephone Indus
try. the public will find the de
nartment readv and willing to
'.ins va faH ari I f ion iao tar hi la if lb
Simmons. Motor Products, Stand- " . Vk -Ul' kT. . o..
ard Milling. Union Tank. Electric asserted on the same basts, that
Auto Lite, and Eisenlohr moved
up 4 to 7 points.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 19. -
(AP) A bill to permit five west
ern states to enter an agreement
for apportionment of waters of
the Columbia river and other
streams in which they are jointly
interested was introduced today
A total of I113.5S5.95 was ap
propriated among the various road
districts of Marion county by an
order handed down by the county
court here Friday. This sum does
not include amounts to be paid
incorporated cities and towns that
will be given their apportionments
within a short time. Outside the
cities and towns, road work is
performed by county crews under
the direction of the county court.
the spent by the court in each dis
Road Straightened Oo u n t y
Commissioners made a trip along
the road between Mt. Angel and
Wood burn Friday and completed
arrangements to round out five
bad corners on that route. The
road is' paved but Is considered a
such a menace to motorists as the
Salem-SilTerton road was before
it was straightened last year.
Work of straightening the Mt. Angel-Wood
burn road will be done
this coming summer, it was indicated.
by Senator McNary, ; republican
The bill provides that a repre-
r! ":.":?.:Fk.TK. - tnct being determined by the par-
?::ywX::"' ," 'Vl UcuUr amount that has been ap-
gvuawuns. m uo - ... ..... . Tv, ... , K, ., .u llt
.hall nn ha Kind In t I linil 11 I uuuiltcid iu
uoon states unless it has been ap- ed amount for each are
nroved by the legislatures and No. 1. $1981.60; 2. 2973.50; 3
eon areas, with right of appearing 2453.38; 4, 1602.27; 5, 2648.24;
alternation of amendment re- 6, 1033.29; 7, 3353.61; 8, 2616.-
served. ' 57; SM, 2584.67; 9. 1207.19; 10.
The states affected are Oregon, 12192.45: 11. 616.45; 12. 1456.35;
Washington, Idaho, Montana and 13. 1350.37; 14, 2498.34; 15,
Salem agents point out that a
local development of great conse
quence is the rapid Increase of life
insurance trusts wherein families
and their needs are provided for
over several generations through
the cooperation of trust depart
ments organized by local banks.
Life Insurance writing has
passed beyond the point where
itinerants going from city to city,
write scattering policies. Today
the writing of life Insurance has
become a profession attracting
and retaining skilled men. Organ
ization of life underwriters have
been developed. In Salem the
leading writers are grouped into
an underwriters association. Prob
lems effecting life insurance writ
ers are brought before this group,
which has had much to .do with
the development and practice of
a code of ethics among the mem
bers of the life insurance profes
VEHV QUIET SO FAR
NEW YORK, Jan. 18. (AP
- Dun's Review tomorrow will
More than half of January has
pissed with few conspicuous alter
aiions occurlng ln business, stabil
tVy remaining one of the most
fyrofiiinent characteristics of th(
stttration. Changes In commodity
prtres have been rather more
ntniiierous and this year have
tended In buyers' favor, yet actual
tmsettlement has rarely appeared.
Existing phases of demand and
supply apparently preclude any
generally disturbing movements
la wholesale' channels, and recent
concessions have not indicated a
widespread weakening of the sta
ts of sellers. The volume of
trade, although in some lines nat
urally receding from the previous
hi?h level. Is notably well sus
tained in various instances, and
signs .suggest an early revival in
certain Quarters there is a lull
Persistent lowering of hide
markets, which has affected al
lt-d branches. Is not representative
ef conditions elsewhere, and it is
overshadowed by the continued
lMyancy of the great steel Indus
try. The reaewal expansion in the
latfer field this month, after a
year end pause that was less evi
fl-at than usual. Is the outstanding
f-aiuie and has a broad signif
icance. . ,
FIND IT HERE
See ad on page 3.
Elks and Ladies Dance
Elks' Temple, Sat. Jan
And repairing Ciese-Powers
5r Musical Pleasure
See Stiffs ad. page 3.
Thomas Bros. lis ml
Eat at O'Lcary's
Where good food la servea.
Turn to Stiffs
Used piano ad page 3.
Guaranteed Shl Dry Wood
Royal coal, prompt service, lei
Spot Dance at Haael Green
Elks and Ladies Dace
At Elks temple,- 7 tonight.
Gren Maple and Ah
7nnr ft. 86.00 a cora. l in.,
big fir delivered at 87.00 a cord.
Tel. 2 4 80 J.
Used Pianos -
See Stiffs ad, page 3.
&mns Banquet is
Plan for Friday
The "Bobble" Burps banquet.
m fc.nnual event In - Salem for a
' lifcber of years, will be held Frl
ky tight. January 25, at the Elks
'dab dining room. A program oi
iintrsual Interest has been pre-
'pWfcd. This banquet In the past
bk's drawn large attendance, hon
'bring the memory of the Scottish
' y - - " ? -ky
red in 7reck
Kitmntii ist TMiIMadaaea an
lfferd serious injuries Frtday-wben
' an 'automobile In which .he wa
"' tVi VhA( .IWf . MMH1K
1 "ttilded on the PaclTlc ; hixhwey
1 miles north of Salem1 aad or
Hrtnrned three -times. Komote-wa
HER PUSSES Oil
1764.37; 15. 871.78; 16. 1938.-
44; 17. 3200.89; 18. 1689.21; 19,
No. 20. $1071.17; 20. 2090..
31; 21, 1093.25; 22, 928.82; 23,
996.57; 24, 954.33; 25. 1114.74;
26, 1047.86; 27. 5678; 27,
852.74; 28, 1947.62; 28. 2020.
76; 29. 828.66; 30, 1599.10; 31.
2466.17; 32. 1151.73; 33, 553.56;
33, 393.86; 34. 980.81; 35,
1789.62; 37, 1000.37;
Samuel L. Wood, -68. died at the
residence, 1571 Mission street,
Wednesday morning. Surviving
are the widow, Mrs. Cora Wood,
two daughters, Mrs. George Ham
llyton of Salem and Mrs. Frankie
Brannan of Portland and one
grandchild. Funeral services Sat
urday at .1:30 p.m. at Rlgdon's
Mortuary chapel, the Rev. W. Earl
Cochran, officiating. Interment in
5:30 to S at the
VPW Vnnif Tan 1 8 f API
o . i i... 'ijM,h 1. 1 vM- iotA 779.38; 36,
tiirr tA ncial worker, died this 38' 1309.79; 39, 260.35;
proninr in Memorial hospital after No. 40, 11162.68; 41. 1804.40;
lnnir illness. She ; was born in 42. 1389.29; 43. 169.96; 44, 1,
Russia July 4. 1876. but had lived 107.8,5; 45, 1108.52; 46, 1613.41;
in America almost 4" years. 47. 1219.48; 48, 816. oi; 4, z.
Durine a career of active wel- 077.35: 50. 911.30; 51. 1039.90;
far work which she entered 21M52. 1764.37; 53. 1371.10; 54,
years ago Mi38 Loeb traveled 831.38; 55, 700.79; 56, 3350. 8S;
through Europe and the United 5 7, 424.15; 58, 4G3.05; 59, 1117-
States conducting surveys and 166
sneaking in support of welfare No. 60. 81390.32; 62. 814.80;
leeislation. 63. 1761.93; 64. 1671.95: 5,
She led the campaigns that re- 1313.77; 66, 1119.12: 67. 424.69:
suited in the passage of the New 68. 239.66: 69. 1125.25: 70, 1,-
York state widows" pension law 247.04; 83. 1802.54; 88. 1048.81
and laws ordering motion picture 89 1292.22; 90, 291.84.
houses to be sanitary and fire
oroof: bonding of taxlcab drivers
to protect victims of accidents; O-,-- Danr crniTlrtn
housing relief for the poor and Ocrcri r.ClLg JJJ L1U1 1
pUUlli. Jt j oil rein j i tau.u y
rongested areas of New York As XfTQj- JSLW DlDlOmaS
the first woman mediator in a r
New York strike she effected set- f-t v O-r.
tlement of a labor dispute in the Jt LtrgOn OCUOOl
taxicab business in jsi(.
Louise Jane Fowler, wife i of
William Fowler, died at 4:20
o'clock Friday afternoon at a lo.
cal hospital at the age of 74 years.
Besides her husband she is sur.
vived by eleven children: Mrs.
Amanda Elliott, Mrs. Alice Beatty
and Mrs. Norma Bittner, all of
Salem; Mrs. Sibblie Tandy and
Mrs. Rose Rogers of Portland;
John H. Fowler, Ralph Fowler and
Clyde Fowler of Wheatland; Mrs.
Jennie Comer of Newberg; Gus
Fowler of Jefferson and Mrs.
Oeorgie Jones of Beaver, Oregon.
One brother, David Hesse of Lin
coln, Polk county, also survives.
Funeral announcements later from
Rigdou & Son.
"Sin Against the Holy Spirit;
In What Does It Consist?'' is the
subject of Prof. C. T. Everson a
lecture tonight at the armory.
"Most people think of the un
pardonable sin as some desperate
act committed that precipitates
the offender down into the depths
of despair and remorse," says
Prof. Everson. "But I intend to
make It plain in the lecture Sun
day night that a person may have
passed over the line on to the side
of the unpardonable sin and
scarcely be aware of lt; Thou
sands of persons are on the bor
derland of the unpardonable sin
that attend church every Sunday
and feel quite complacent.
"It is certainly a subject that is
well worth looking into, for soon
er or later nearly every Christian
becomes troubled about tho un
Aged 95, Passes
Mrs. Harriet A. Skelton, 95.
died at the family home near
Warnnd Fridav. She was born
in Maine in December. 1833. Mrs.
Skelton leaves a son, Walter. Skel
ton. and a daughter, Hattie Skel
ton. Funeral services will be held
Monday at 10 o'clock from Rig
don's mortuary chapel, the Rev.
W. Earl Cochran of the Calvary
Baptist church officiating. Inter
ment will be made In the Cityview
Visiting "Y" Man
"Dad" Elliot. Y. M. C. A. sec
retary who Is spending the latter
part of this, week on the Willam
ette university campus, had a day
filled with conferences and ad
dresses Friday. This afternoon, at
4:30 o'clock he will hold an open
forum for students in the univers
ity chapel. On Sunday morning a
special service for students will
be held at the First Metbedlst
church. Seats for more than 300
students will be reserved until 11
"A bunch of glorious sidestep
pers and trimmers." was Mr. El
liot's characterisation of the aver
age Jot of college graduates In an
address given at the university
chapel service Friday evening. He
pointed out. however that they
are the- product of the educational
ys4em, and are not wholly to
blame. "This characterization is
equally true of students and fac
ulty." he added. "The tendency
of the average college course it to
teach students to act without
thinking rather than to teach them
to think straight." he observed.
Mr. Elliot talked at length of
the ends to which . the modern fad
of the promotion of physical edu
cation has come. He pointed out
the prereure brought to bear to
insure winning athletic teams at
the expense of scholastic and mor
al standards. He spoke further on
the lack of recognition on the part
of the administration of many
schools of the social needs of the
student body. The average pron
gram which students attend is
built on the desire for a sex kick,
he stated, and declared that the
student cannot live a complete life
of creative influence with such an
environment. "The only justifica
tion of a Christian denominational
college Is its production of men
and women of superior Christian
character," he declared, "and If
they don't produce such young
men and women, they have no
reason for their existence."
Students on the campus have
nraised Mr. Elliot highly, and dur
ing Thursday and Friday many in
dividuals and groups had confer
ences with him.
Friday prepared a bill authorizing
the state of Oregon to take ever , ' 5
the lease on the Oregon National ' j
guard training grounds In Clatsop -
county. The grounds contain ap-,
proximately 3C3 acres, and de- J
tnand an annual rental of $2353.- 4.; j
59. There Is an 'option to purchase ,js
the land before the expiration of
the 10-year lease at ?3t,rZ6. '
i It was said that the citizens of ft-
Clatsop county already have raised r
14700 to pay the rental on the ;:!,
tract for two years and hava, er rr.; !
pended 815.000 in constructing a ?
road to the camp. ?-
The state will be asked to, re
lieve the citizens of Astoria of the j
expense in connection wltn the " :
A memorial also is being pre- t - "
pared by President Norblad urg- I
ing the federal government t take
over the camp at. the price apoc
ified In the lease. Investigators
for the government said the camp
was one of the best in the Unltsd :
States for the reason that 14 has ,
m m -
many aa vantages not ioubo a.
camps In other parts of the United
The government has expended, -
approximately $100,000 in ths :
construction of buildings. at the
camp. i -
By 11 Children
Mrs. Louise Jane Fowler, a na
tive of Wheatland, 'Yamhill coun
ty, died at a local hospital Friday
afternoon at the age of 74 years
Mrs. Fowler, who hafl resided ail
hr Uf at Wheatland, was the
wife of William Fowler.
Besides her widower, she is sur
vived by 11 children, as follows:
Mrs Amanda Elliott. Mrs. Alice
Beatty and Mrs. Norma Bittner
all of Salem; John H., Ralph and
Clyde Fowler of Wheatland; Mrs
Slbble Tandy and Mrs. Kose nog
ers of Portland: Gus Fowler ot
.Lefferson; Mrs. Georgia Hones of
Beaver: and Mrs. Jennie Come
of Newberr. One brother, David
Hesse, resides in Lincoln, Polk
county. Funeral arrangement
have not yet been made.
Salem Girl Will
Endeavor to Get
OREGON STATE AGRICUL-
TURAL. COLLEGE. CorvaUU.
Jan. 18. Mabel "Billie" Cupper
of Salem, freshman In home econ
omics, recently appointed . corres
nondent for the Associated Wom
en students, is working on articles
to aid in bringing the next na
tional conference of women stu
dents to the Oregon State campus.
Each year the college or ual- ;
versity where the conference is
held- publishes a paper contalninrj
plans and policies of the coming
- III -l . t-l.1l Z
year, miss vuyiici o iua -jj
wilUpresent the merits of the loan
fund maintained by the Oregon f
Staie association of women stu-
The conference this year is to b v
t the University of Arizona, and'',
ince the conference next year will
be on -ome northwestern campus,
the Oregon State delegate will try'
to have It brought here.
Lindy is Forced
Down by Weather
CLEVELAND, Jan. 18. (AP), i
Colonel Charles A. .Lindbergh' j
was forced back by low visibility i
late today a half an hour after h v i
had taken off from the Municipal
airport for Bellefonte, Pa. Llnd
bergh, who Is en route to New
York arrived here this afternoon
King George May
Be Removed To
County Court Not
In Favor of Bill
Senator Norblad will introduce
a bill' Monday providing that grad
uates of the law school of the Uni
versitv of Oreaon shall be ad
mitted to practice law In Oregon
upon submission of their diplomas
. . . m m. f II..
and witnout runner examinmuwu.
Under the present system a per-
LONDON. Jan.: 18. (AP) " graanaieo num u w.c6U..
t jt ..wu .siiiaw scnooi cannot umcin-e m
A Tko r Tfinrluntil he has passed an examina
r-..-. k. tk... tm ,nn.iltr8hi tlon held under the direction of
talk about plans for removing him the state board of bar 'examluers.
v,ii..H.m.4fAr'n( undnn Senator Norblad said that In
L. UAn .. i,Aikill hahW to bear virtually all eastern states appli
rh. fhnnt This attitude wasicants are anmiuea o pracuvc
forfeited by the doctor's bulletin j upon presenting their djplomas
tonight -which again noted no set
back In the king's slow progress
Sir Stanley Hewett. said:
The king had- a unlet day
There Is no change to report in
bis majesty's condition. The next
bulletin will be Issued tomorrow
Members ot the Maripn county
court Friday announced that they
were opposed to the repeal of the
lew which requires publication of
county comminiuucia "------
showlng.thd specific expenditures
of county officials, suen a
is now being drafted ana wm oe
introduced In the senate early
next week.- j
IBs tisted at Pen
Harriet A. Skelton died Janu
ary IS at the home of her son.
Walter Skelton, three miles north
of Waconda, at the age of 95
years, 1 month and 12 days. She
is also survived by a daughter,
Hattie M. Skelton. Funeral ser
vices will be held Monday morn
ing. January 21 at 10 o'clock from
Rlgdon's mortuary, the Rev. W .
Earl Cochran of the Calvary Bap
tist church officiating. Interment
in Cityview cemetery.
Morley Finds His
Sister is Alive
Lane Morley, mailing clerk of
the senate. Thursday received a
report from Portland thatfhis sis
ter had died at a hospital mere.
He hastened to Portland, but
upon arriving there found that his
sister was not dead. Anotner per
son bv the same name had died
the previous night. Morley will
his duties in the senate
Frank M. Newton
: OaaranUse regulations at the
Oregon, state penitentiary, en
ferced several -weeks -ago as - a
measure of defeme agaistt Inva
slea of Inline ua, will he-lifted to-
v. Jaaoarv IS: It was saoouncea
trr orison of flcisU Friday. Vlslt-
I ors wll ha aeraaiUed the usual
lKw - - t . v tu..tr 'MurtMiM Af the fnstltntlen on
vuivi . yvi m vmm wvk - ' - - ..t
aatred bruises and lacerattoas.' "" ana nnernat osie: - -.
v Despite Rallies
MIDLAND. Tex:. Jan. 18 (A
P) Waging what physicians fear,
ed was a losing fight for lite. Mrs,
Y. Y. Eaker. mother of Captain
IraC. Baker, rallied slightly late
today. She has been, critically 111
of pneumonia at the tamlly.home
near Eden, about j 100 miles from
here. ..:. ..--.''-! " . . '
- Members of the 'asally-were try.
lag to get Is touch with the noted
son, chief pilot o -thearay en
du ranee plane Question Jtork.-wb
left here early today warretnra
flight to San Dgo. Oal. It -was
believed news s f -fcer aes's aue
censrut return, trip woM
lato-Mrs. Eakef. "
Captala Baker wdll not beasksn
to come back to Texas,- at
of the tastily said.
Office Phone 643; Res. 11SO-R
Loral and Long. Distaace
. HaallnK '
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Accused Man Will
Be Brought Back
Governor Patterson Friday is
sued papers requesting the return
to Oregon of C. W. Anderson, who
is wanted in Tillamook county on
a charge of forgery. He is under
arrest at Marysville, Cal. An of
ficer left here at once in quest of
W MJ M
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The use of medicines contain
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coughing is dangerous and un
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quick sure relief with a famous
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MRS. G. G. SHIRLEY WILL
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Burial services will be held fa
the Cityvtew- cemetery here this '
afternoon ffor Mrs. George O..
Shirley, old time resident of Sa
lem. Funeral services are to bo
held at McMinnville at 1:30 p. m.
Tomorrow, 7:45 P. M.
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Holy Spirit: in What
Does It Consist?"
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