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"x Salem Oregon, Wednesday Morning ', January SO, 1929 i"
SEVENTY-EIGHTH YEAR, NO. 263T"
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Erstwhile Opponents in '28
Political Campaign Dis
1 cuss Old Times
Both Recall Humorous Times
Connected4 With Their
' By JAMES Lu WEST
Aaaociated Preas Staff Writer '
MIAMI BEACH. Fla.. Jan. 2-
(AP) Wearln hl eelehrmtd
brown derby .of campaign days.
Airrea is. smun eauea on Herbert
Hoover today at No. 8 Belle Me;
swapped stories with him abont
some of the amnslng incidents of
tbelr spectacular straggle for the
presidency, and -wished him Inch
In the White House.
The president-elect and his dem
ocrat opponent were together for
twenty-fire minutes, and friends
who were present said there was
nothing of constraint In the meet
ing; that both were in happy mood
and langhed at the recital of the
difficulties that came 'to each by
reason of the odd presents admir
ers forced upon ifleir campaign
trains. . -"-'
Mr. Hoorer received the "happy
warrior" in the sun room of the
James C. Penney home which has
been fitted' out as his office.
"How do you do governor?" Mr.
Hoover replied as they shook
hands. "It has heen a long time
since we saw each other."
Friend of Both
Art Introduced '
Mr. Smith presente dhie friends,
John J. Raskob, chairman of the
democratic national committee
and Williana Kenney, of New
York, and the president-elect' in
troduced his secretary, Lawrence
Ricbey. The fire then found com.
tollable chairs, and cigars were
lighted as the conversation began.
Unattended by the noisy motor,
cycle police escort that has been
with him on all his public appear,
ances since his arrival at Miami
Sunday, the democratic leader
'reached the Penney estate a few
minutes before the hour of his ap
pointment, 11 a.m., but ' he was
obliged to forego his breakfast in
order to be on time. i
Inevitable .Cigar r ; ':.'
.Still In Evidence :. -4
As he stepped from the automo
bile of his friend. Jossph H". Smoot
president of the "Miami, Jockey
dub, the former governor had the
ineri table cigar, held in his mouth
at the familiar rakish angle. With
his brown derby, which t ne was
wearing for the first time since he
came to' Miami Sunday he wore
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RUM SLAYING CASE
ELMIRA. N. Y.. Jan. 29.
(AP) With the indictment
against Frank L. Beek dismissed
by Federal Judge John R. Haiel
on the ground of Insufficient ev
idence, the case of the other de
fendant coast guardsman, Glenn
Jennings, charged with man
slaughter, for the shooting of Ja
cob D. -Hanson, prominent Elk.
went to the Jury" today.
The indictment against Beek
was dismissed by Judge Hasel af
ter United Statea Attorney Rich
ard H. Templeton had made his
third motion tor.: the defendant's
discharge. Judge Haxel's decision
was made on. the ground that
there had been no evidence to
chow that Beck had any; connec
tion with this particular, case.
The' instructions that Beck had
given his detail In reference to
shooting at cars, said Judge, Hazel,
had no specif le reference to the
morning that Hanson was shot In
the head as he was returning to
his home in Niagara Falls after
disregarding the command of a
guardsman to atop his car: and al
low it to be searched for liquor.
Judge Haxel's Instructions cen
tered about the Question as to
whether Jennings had sufficient
reason to believe that Hansonl
was violating the law before his
car was fired into by the defend
ant the night of May 6 last.
League of Oregon Cities ;
Concerned With Bills to
Relieve, Payers of Taxes
. The county Judge of , Marlon
county will appoint the lay mem
bers of Salem's city budget com
mittee in the' futurs. if , House
Bill 217, one of the bilk spon
sored by the . property tax relief
commission, becomes -a law.
' Furthermore, the county judge
will also appojnt ' fee ; lay mem
bers of - Sajem's- school j budget
committee, .and those -of budget
committees for v every municipal
unit in Marion 'county; cities, in
corporated ' towns, , school i dis
tricts,; road, districts and what
toot; excepting the county budget
committee, and the lay members
of ttjat will be appointed by t&e
governor. :.ri:i - -- 4:
iTheae measures presumably
designed tor the relief - of tax
Shovel Man Gets
License To Pfarry
ButThats Nothing, Brigham
Young Himself Follows
- ;t .. .
Salem's own ! Al. Smith- took
out - a marriage license here
Arriring at the county clerk's
office shortly- before closing
time; Alfred Smith,. 34. was
granted legal permission to wed
Miss Dorothy Joyce Partridge.
21. Both he and his bride al
ready are residents of Salem,
he told Julius Wilson, deputy
clerk, and they expect to make
their home here. The marriage
is the first for the bride and
the second for the bridegroom. .
The Salemite is a. steam
shovel operator. No blood re
lationship exists between him
and his distinguished New York
namesake, he says.
PROVO. Utah. Jan. 29. (AP)
Brigham Young was .married
"Name, njease," County Clerk
Byron Dastrup asked of a 23-year-old
husky farmer lad from
Wall burg, who escorted Miss Lil
Han Evelyn Mace, 18, into the li
"Brigham ' Young." said the
namesake of the pioneer Mornpn
"What else?" Clerk Dastrup
"Isn't that plenty?" the youth
PRINCE OF WALES
Investigation Made of Poverty
Mricken Area in North
Jan. The Prince of
Wales today in his pereonal in-
Testlgatlon of the want in the min
ing regions of the north of Eng.
land spent one of the most cheer
less days he has ever-devoted to
his country, perhaps not even ex
cepting his service at the front in
the great war.
Twice he . encountered homes
where death- had alien within a.
few hours of hjs, arrival and "ev
erywhere poverty was ' evidenced
by empty grateo. improvised and
Inadequate clothing for children
and men without overcoats shiver
ing in the wintry blast that caused
the Prince to wear two.
The Prince always has loved to
get Into intimate touch with the
lives and activities of his counter
men of all classes and stations and
never has bothered about conven
tions when obtaining first hand
knowledge. So today he tramped
about the distressed mining vil
lages of Durham, entering the cot.
tages of miners, carefully inquir.
ing into their condition and want,
and bring a new air of cheerfuN
ness wherever he went.
He used his automoblleonly to
convey him from village to village.
He carried the easy manner . he
has so often shown under happier
circumstances at dances and other
entertainments and was ready .to
shake hands with the village girls
who lined up to greet him the mo
ment his arrival became known.,
PHOENIX, Arls.. Jan. 2I.-(A
P) Disclosure that a co-operative
marketing organization had been
formed among several of the larg
est wool "growers In the country
was made today at the 64th an.
nual convention of the National
Wool Growers association. Indica
tions were given that the organi
zation' is being extended to include
all possible sheep owners in a na
' Identity of the members of the
new marketing group were with,
held until the organization Is fur
ther established. It was said, but
the claim was made1 that several
million pounds of wool was mar
keted by-it last year under the
co-operative plan. ,
payers were Introduced . all In
a bunch, and the above provision
achieved little notice at the time,
but K didnt escape the attention
of ; the league - of Oregon cities,
and la one of the features of pro
posed legislation which the league
Is ntUAkng.-.&-& 'ZZi
Are Pointed Oat v --
One possible result was pointed
out Tuesday by local city officials.--An-Important
the makers f the Salem cky and
school district - budgets . end ; the'
eonnty bndgewfits winter, ,' wa
the support of the Marlon county
child health "demonrtreilqn pro
gram. , Thai city and the school
dlstrlet Increased their Epproprla
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BY WOOL GROWERS
Military Outbreak Against
s Dictatorship 1 nvolves
But One City '
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Provincial Capital of Cuidad
Real Captured by Mil
- itary Rebels
MADRID. Jan. 29 (AP)
Prompt measures 'by the govern
ment of Premier Primo DeRlvera
today nipped : in the bud another
military revolt against the dicta
torshlp. Although the rebellion
was planned to break out simul
taneously throughout Spain and
indeed did crop out In several of
me larger cuies or xne souin, -lis
only foothold was gained in the
provincial capital of Cuidad Real
A regiment of field artillery
there rolled out their cannon, so
as to command the roads and ap
proaches of the walled city. The
government, blaming only the of
ficers, sent a squadron of air
planes over the' city to drop
proclamations promising that only
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the leaders would be- punished if
the soldiers surrendered before
serious fighting occurred.
For Serious Fighting
While awaiting the outcome. of
these peace t- overttf res several
squadrons of "cavalry clattered out
of the ancient city : of Alcala, and
a large force of Htke civil guards,
heavily armed,, proceeded south in
motor busses. General Orgaz. led
an Infantry brigade from Madrid.
The premier announced tonight
that the general was expected to
reach Cludad Real at midnight
and would take charge of the sit
During their brief control of
the city the mutineers prevented
all trains. from entering and leav
ing Cuidad Real.
WITS JURY WORD
PORTLAND. Ore- Jan. 29 (A
P) For the second time In a lit
tle less than a year, Roy Moore,
reputed "rum baron." whose oner.
atlons extended into Washington,'
was. waiting tonight for the ver
dict of a federal court Jury.
His retrial on charges of con
spiracy and sundry violations of
the national . prohibition act was
completed late this afternoon. Sev
en others, including his wife and
son-in-law, were involved, but
charges against two were dismiss
ed today. ". ; j f :.
A sealed verdict was ordered by
the judge tonight after the Jury
had deliberated an hour.
Prior to adjournment, another
case against Moore and two oth.
ers was set for trial March IS. The
indictment charges operation of a
still. i j
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the lifeboat which transported tho Florida crerr to Mfety, but it's n old stofy to Fried, extreane right, bero of .the Aatinoe rescue.
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Bill To Increase Levies ,
On Corporations Wonld
Hdp Property Owners
Long Waited Excise Tax Bill
Introduced In House
Definite relief for those who pay
property tax is offered In hoUse
bill 279. Introduced Tuesday as a
product of the property tax relief
'commission. This is the long await.
ed excise tax, under which -banks
and corporations are expected to
contribute a larger share to state
funds. . '
The bill as drafted leaves one of
the most important tasks, that of
setting the rates, up to the com
mittee and the legislature, but It
is otherwise complete as to class
es, methods and administration.
Setting of the rates, it Is under
stood, will await word from Cali
fornia and a similar rate Is ex
pected to he set for Oregon.
Revenue of 9700.000
Per Tear Anticipated -
Figuring from a basis of tour
percent of the net incomes of na
tional banking associations, state
banks, and corporations, the new
law Is expected to bring In approx
imately $700,000 each year, to be
used to reduce property tax. This
amount may be considerably in
creased If the California law calls
for 6 per cent, as It is expected
that the Oregon law will then
havethis amount also. The total
may vary, however, since it is felt
by some that the corporation class
rate, exclusive of banks should be
somewhat less. ,
i Backers of the measure point
out that thlsHmount will actually
reduce the state property tax by
about 10 per cent, since approxi
mately 17,000,000 is collected at
present. Collections from the ex
cise tax at four, per cent would
total less than two per cent of the
(By the Associated Press)
The senate agreed . to limit
debate on the cruiser eonstruc
' tlon bill beginning next Mon
day. The house got In a wrangle
over .jrrohlbltlon and tax re-'
-funds and adjourned to deter
mine ,jroSgduT8-TST iswsstf
The resignation of Sam Plck
ard of the federal radio commis
sion was accepted by President
. The senate' committee inves
tigation patronage In the south
inquired into republican ap
pointments in Texas.
Captain Fried of the steamer
America was congratulated in
a letter by Secretary Wilbur.
Hearings on the agriculture
schedules of the tariff act were
concluded by the bouse ways
and means . committee.
welcome d acclaim. Captain
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total taxes of approximately $40,4
000,000 collected for all purposes
In the state, but would be. of sub
stantial benefit to those property
holders now contributing to the
$7,000,000 for state purposes!
Is Set as Minimum
Present plans call for' a mini
mum tax of $25 for each'corpora
tlon. The commission estimates
that there xare about 15,000 but
about 3,000 would come under ex
emption, classifications such as
eharity, educational, and those
similar. From these 12,000 alone
would come $300,000 if only the
minimum were paid.
The term "excise tax" as use I
In the measure means, a tax mea
nred by or according to net Income
imposed upon : . national banking
associations, all other' banks, and
financial, mercantile, manufactur
ing and business corporations for
the privilege of carrying on Or do
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PLOT OF HIC1H
NATIVES IS BADE
Abroad Tells of Scheme
to Attack Capital
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras, Jan.
H9. (AP) A plan of Augustino
Sandlno to overthrow the new .lib
eral government of Nicaragua aft
er giving the appearance of aban
doning the warfare which he has
waged far two years was disclosed
here today. Froylan Turcios, who
has been the general representa
tive abroad of the rebel leader,
resigned rather than subscribe to
these methods. ,
Sandlno 'outlined the plan last
December In a letter to Turcios.
He would agree to cease fighting
and leave the country provided
tall United States troops evacuated
Nicaragua. Sandlno was to. dis
charge his men and surrender.
apparently, his arms to President
Jose Maria Moncada as soon as
the Marines had left the depart
ments of EBteli, Matagalpa, Jlno
tega and Nueva Segvia.
Sandino, however, ''would sur
render only part of the arms and
would hide his main armament in
the mountains. His men would
remain in these four northern de
partments, apparently dedicated
to agricultural work but In reality
ready 'for a xM, from, their leader.
"""Sandlno would go to .Mexico and
while total evacuation was being
completed by American troops he
won Id secretly organize a strong
maritime expedition. - Once the
country was clear of its northern
defenders, he would attack the
Important seaport of Corinto
while his former army, reorgan
ised, would join him and march
on the capital..
. If the plot succeeded President
Moncada would be overthrown
and Pedro Zepeda would be ap
pointed provisional president to
convoke a new election in which
Sandino would be the only candi
date tor the presidency. Jn pur
suance of this plan Sandino was
said to have already sent various!
agents to Mexico.
corse Fried and Chief Officer Harry Alitaainz of AjUe roson . shin
Two Bills Introduced Apply
ing to Special Levy and
Active Day Put in by Senate:
Tariff on Bananas
Wins Approval '
No person shall be allowed to
vote at any election held. within
the state of Oregon, unless such
person shall be a' taxpayer upon
real or personal property of the
assessed value of at least $500, If
two 'bills introduced by Senator
Eddy become state laws.
One of Senator Eddy's bills ap
plies to the state at large and all
political subdivisions exclusive of
incorporated cities and towns. The
other bills relates, only to Incor
porated towns and ' cities.
No opposition was voiced
against Senator Eddy's bill pro
viding for the creation of highway
improvement districts, and limit
ing the tax that may be levied by
the trustees to five mills. A tax
levy in excess of) five mills may
be authorised by the voters of the
A imi r tt Thft nrUAnf law ntisir-
Mlzes the trustees to levy a' tax of
mills. Senator Eddy's bill ap
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CHECK FROM MEE
$2500 Wai Just Love Offering
and Surprised Him, Is
LOS ANGELES. Jan-29 (AP)
-The $2500 "love ofTertag"
check from Aimee Semple McPhef
son and her Angelus Temple came
as a surprise to him, Superior
Judge Carlos S. Hardy told the in
vestigating committee of the state
legislature here today.
"I was going on a vacation and
they said they .wished to show
their appreciation of my activities
covering three years of developing
and carrying on the work of Anger
lus Temple," he told the commit
tee which Is to determine whether
impeachment action shall be taken
against him. He Vat; foTJgWly asu j
soclated with the temple that' he
virtually regarded himself as a
member, although he had never
joined it. he said.
"But I never considered I gave
them any legal advice or acted in
any way as a lawyer." he repeat
edlv declared. He insisted that
whenever any question arose in
which legal advice was needed
that he advised Mrs. McPherson
and her mother, Mrs. Minnie Ken
nedy, -to employ counsel.
When Mrs. McPherson disap
peared and then returned with her
story of having been kidnaped,
Judge Hardy said he adviced her
and her mother to "discover all
JUDGE X BIG
Weather!; Report Indicates
Probable Continuation of
Salem and its vicinity were
still covered with snow Tuesday
nteht after occasional flurries and
slow thawing had marked the day.
The weather bureau Indicated
that today probably would be sim
ilar to Tuesday, with the snow
continuing; to melt slowly and lit
tle If any being added to it.
The total precipitation -Tuesday
was exactly a . third of an inch,
bieh means that -the snowfall
during the day, if melted, would
have formed water to that depth.
The mercury hovered around 20
degrees above tero most of Tues
day night, although the proabil
ity was seen that the government
thermometer, habitually more ex
treme than others in the city.
would be below that figure.
PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 29.
(AP) A first round - knockout
was scored by old Sot over King
Boreas la the northwest weather
While Portland and the state
was not expected to be suddenly
graced with balmier weather, the
slow movement of ' the cold wave,
accompanied by snow, to the
southeast indicated the storm' Is
practically : over, the government
A warning that milder temper
atures and prospects of rain
might result In a silver tbaw was
Issued tonight together with -the
forecast of warmer and clearing
Indications that milder temper
atures are prevailing in most state
cities were contained In reports
tonight. Mixed rain and snow fell
In Eugene, Ore., throughout the
day ceased j The minimum temper
ature in that city last night was
33 degrees! above.
Snow wis 12 feet deep at thu
summit of the Cascades today, ac
cording to reports received. by the
Southern Pacific railroad. All
trains have been operated over
the sunfmlt and nine crews of
men have been at Irork for days
keeping the track clear.
NEW ORLEANS. Jan. 29.
(AP) Complete failure having at
tended efforts at Washington to
day to obtani from supreme court
Justices a stay of the execution
Friday of Dr. Thomas E.. Dreher
and Mrs. Ada Bonneer Lebouff,
attorneys tonight planned to seek
tomorrow a writ of habeas corpus
in federal court here.
Fire Justices, were asked by
Walter B. ! Hamlin, attorney for
the pair condemned for the mar
der 18 months ago of the woman's
husband, for a stay to permit him
to file a petition for a review by
the supreme court of the action
of the Louisiana courts in deny
ing a lunacy commission to deter
mine whether the woman and the
physician are sane. All refused.
Defense ' attorneys tomorrow
plan to seek a writ from Judge
Wayne C. ! Borah, of the United
States district court on the alle
gation that two of the jurors ad
mitted they had been intimidated
and that the condemned pair bad
norreceived a fair trial.
NEW METHOD FOR
NEW YORK, Jan. 29 (AP)
Prank E. Gannet, newspaper pub
lisher, predicted today that the
newspaper 4 publishing business
would be revolutionised by photo
composing. A process by which
new page plates would be made
from photographs of strips or col
umns of type. - ,
He told he New York City
newspaper group at the advertis
ing dub that this process would
mean a savings of time and money
and would make possible color
printing In newspaper photo and
advertising ! In., dairy newspaper.
.Waverly baby horn In
a fir trap 1 th con
vell and Steward : and Senator
Jones and I Kuck, who Tuesday
propttsed.a joint resolution calling
on the state Qre. marshal to znaks
an investigation of the property.
Courtesy sof the nous wa' e
tended Tuesday to- 0. J. Sheldon,
former member- from Baker City.
Mr. Sheldon visited about : th
eapltol "building, 'renewing ae-Quaintalnanee.-
"Cusslngf gmppg ;'th faroir
of Oregon If expected to b I es
se nedr considerably psxt spraying
season, If JL B, 141 continues on
Its: way nftcr being paedMy th
FIGHTING FOR LIFE
. ?-. -H , -f-'-r
Salem Member of j House
Terms Some Elements of
Decision on Labor Commis
sion Proposal Delayed
for Further Study
Responsibility for three bill
which are Intended to place the
sate labor commission on a 0f
supporting basis, will not be as
sumed by the Joint ways aad
means committee of the legisla
ture, at least until seieral mem
bers of the committee have an op
portunity to give the measure
careful study, it was decided
Tuesday night's meeting after a
motion had - been advanced that
the three bills be approved. -
One of the bills Increased th
license fee for plumbing j dealers
from $5 to $25 a year, while an.
other bill Increased the ; anneal
license fee for electrical -dealer
from $15 to $25. The third bill
fixed the' Inspection fee for boil
ers at $5, and for unflred pres
sure vessels at $2. An i ; accom
panying bill provided that all of
the fees would go into one faad
and be expended under the direc
tion of the commissioner of labor
and inspector of workshops.
Representative W. : Carlton
Smith of Marlon county said he
onsldered some elements of the
"It appears to me," said Dr.
Smith; "that these license tills
are more In the Interest of the
bureau of labor than in the Inter
est of the plumbers and electrical
dealers. It has been the pracltce
of some departments to get all the
money possible out of the state7
and then levy a license or tax. 1
am not In sympathy with the prin
ciple involved in these bills.' -
Senator Strayer said he would
not sponsor any bill nntll he had
determined whether, he was in
sympathy with the policy inrolved.
branded the license system as :
subterfuge for obtaining I money
for ths state. "Any license fee ot
this kind will be passed on to tha
people who are least able to pay,"
3id ....Representative Weatker
When It was apparent that the
bills would fail to receive the In
dorsement of the committee they
were laid on the table . peadtat
further consideration. I
Measure Proposed .
A committee composed of Sen
ator Kiddle and ' Representatives
Angell and Smith was appointed
to confer with J. D. Mlckle, stats
dairy and . food commlaslssur,
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BOSTON, Jan. 2t. (AP)
Hope for the safety of the missis;
trawler seiner and her crew of 2
was stimulated today when ' ' ft '
coast pilot reported to coast guard
headquarters that he sighted a
trawler resembling the Seiner ,
Sunday morning about 12 mile
southwest of Nantucket Shoak.
Captain Eugene, Blake, eoatK
mander 1 ot the eastern division
coast guard- service. Immediately
sent a radio message addressed to
til United States destroyer: Shaw,
Davis and . Wilkes which ar
searching for the .Seiner in that
region. He requested the destroy- '
er which 1 nearest to the position
given by the pilot to search. the
vicinity. The Seiner, owned by the .
Portland Traveling company , 1
more 4h an a week overdue at her
home port at Oroton, Conn.
The pilot had lust returned '
from. New York after having eon-
ducted the tank steamer cities ser
vice empire from Boston to Bay-
onne, N. J. He laid that about :-
SO o'clock Sunday morning He
sighted a trawler which ; appar
ently was drifting or at anchor.
Hs said that at the time he had
not heard that th Seiner wa
missing. -.:' -: -:.' :"
lief iictherta Mere end
There m l&tlctive Halls.
hous Tuesdays This bill, backed
by the state board of horticul
ture, would require- all m asm fa-,
turcr to put th date of maanfac
turs on containers of spray poi
sons. Th spray Vletetiorates ran
ldlywlth ags, It was pointed at
and under th present condition. '
th farmer has no way of tmng
hen it was made, :: '-f: "yr
In spit of a. burst of oratary ,
from -Representative Oeldstsla, JL
B. 14 1, passed by the 112 T ses
sion and vetoed by th governor?
failed , to" get enough 'aye- to
carry- otr- th.. governor's .bjes
tlon. jind in fact a decided major
ty of noes , was registered. Th -bill
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