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The New Oregon Statesman. Salem. Oresron, Thursday Morning, February 7V 1929
LI W REACHES
Famous Flying Ace Delivers
First Cargo of Mail
: Over Air Lines
COLON. Panama. Feb. fAP)
Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh
landed at France field, outtlde the
v city, at 4 p.m.. today, completing
' - the first air mall delivery from the
- ' United States to the Panama, Can.
, . al zone.
A large crowd swarmed oxer the
field when the plane first appear.
ed faintly In the iky. Colonel
Lindbergh fads a graceful land-
tng. reported that he had encount
ered riolent weather throughout
the flight and delivered tlx mall
sacks containing 50 pounds of
letters, to the authorities.
He planned to fly tonight to
Panmt Cltyr where he will din
aboard the BaHIesh'p Texas and
aleep aboard the aircraft carrier
Saratoga. His program for Friday
: - Includes a return flight to France
Colonel L'ndberRh announced
" that he would tart his return
- " flight to Miami Sunday morning,
making the same stops as on the
. southward flight.
From Monday at 6:08 a.m.. un
til the landing today the Llnd
bereh sneelaUmalntalned the ache
dule marked out by the air mail
i authorities. Leaving Miami he
stopped at Havana and remained
v. overnight at Belite, British Hon-
He left Belize at 1:10 a.m
Tuesday, paused briefly at Tela.
Honduras, and landed In Man a
- i gna. Nicaragua, at S:45 p.m
Tuesday. He made two stops be
tween Managua end his final den-
. tlnatlon. one at Punta Arenas and
one at David. Panama.
Colonel Lindbergh completed
the historical flight exactly on the
minute. 'If had been officially an
nounced that the mall would ar
rive at 4 p.m., today, and It was
, nrecjsely that nor- when the
' tar'ed his plane across the
field to a rest.
Twenty one hundred miles over
Fea. land and high mountains In
three days Is the new record for
mail deliveries between the united
States and Panama, a Journey
heretofore requiring from Is to
Would Test Skill
For Practice of
Arts of Healing
A bill introduced by Senator
Jones Wednesday provides for the
creation of a committee of fire
members to examine every person
who shall desire to apply for a li
cense to practice In Oregon so
called healing arts. Members of
the committee shall be appointed
by the governor.
The members to be selected
shall 'have knowledge of one or
more of the basic sciences, includ
ing anatomy, physiology, chemis
try, pathology and hygiene. No
member of the committee shall
be- actively engaged in the prac
tice of any method or system of
healing. An application fee of
flO is provided In the bill.
Public Hearing on
A public hearing on the free
textbook bill will be held tonight
nder the- direction of the educa
tional committees of the senate
and house. It was said that a
targe number of Portland educat-I
ors would attend the hearing.
Y OXQ. trailing skirt wltla 'little feet, like mice stealing bs
I j sad oat from under the hesxu Women's legs fa those days
wero a matter of speculation. , pf coarse It ws preseraled they
had them, but a dainty ankle wae sit that wae visible to maeoallne
eyes, and that only occasionally when muddy street had to be
crossed and skirts were lifted. Petting was unknown at least;
the word was and crentlcmen confined their carressee to af re
spectful kissing of the hand. '
What a change the yean have brought J gklrts have risen
Coming to the
DOLORES DEL RIO and HAQQYCAJJEV THE TRAIL OP 93
eiyEN FIVE YEARS
ATLANTA. eb. C (AP)-
Cllnton S. Carnes. who rose from
ex-convict to a position of pronil
nance as treasurer of the Southern
3aptist Home Mission board and
lecamped after nine years leaving
i shortage estimated at nearly a
million dollars, pleaded guilty to
embezzlement here today and was
sentenced to from five to seven
His plea was accepted on recom
mendatlon of board officials who
laid Carnes had turned over all
his resources for restitution, that
tt would save the state a long, ex
pensive- trial and that Justice
would be served by the sentence
because of his age. It was added
that Carnes had agreed to aid In
untangling the board's accounts,
on wiucb auditors nave been
working since he disappeared last
Only one of the 20 Indictments
returned agalnat him that charg
'ng misappropriation of $80,000
figured in the proceedings. The
state announced that the others
would be dismissed If the 51 year
old former layman did not seek a
pardon or parole before the expir
ation of his minimum sentence.
Carnes. who had been confined
to the county jail since his arrest
last September in Winnipeg, Mam
appeared In court In custody of
deputy sheriffs, accompanied by
his attorneys and younger son,
King George Will
Be Moved Shortly
LONDON. Feb. 6. (AP) Un
less the weather or his condition
presents new difficulties. King
George on Thursday will be trans
ferred to Cralgwell house at the
seashore. It was learned today
that the practice run of the motor
ambulanee over the routs yester
day was entirely satisfactory and
that method has been definitely
selected for the move. The con
dition of his majesty was un
. Oo-eda Snub Boys
WAYNESBURO. Pa.. fAP)
Olrls at Waynesburg college can
get along without boys. This
year's co-ed prom will be. devoid
of masculinity, half of the girls
appearing in male attire. The
boys contend that their fellow stu
dents are piqued because of "out-
Mae" girls having been brourht
to college affairs In the past.
12 BILLS, HOUSE 1
The -'following -bills were Intro.
lueed in the senate Wednesday:
S. B. 103, by committee on state
offices Relating to salaries of
Wasco county officers and their
S. 13. 101, by committee on live
stock To provide for the protec
tion of owners and persons in pos
session of livestock, poultry and
other personal property from theft
8. B. 105, by Moser and Eber-
hard Relating to abstracting of
land titles, and providing for the
examination, licensing, bonding
and regulation of abstractors of
S. B. 106, by Moser Relating
to regulation and control of fra
ternal benefit societies.
S. B. 107. by Edward Bailey
Giving authority to publlo service
commission to order establishment
of open grade' crossings over rail
roads In certain cases.
S. B. 108. by committee on med
icine and pharmacyRelating to
disposition of funds collected by
state board of medical examiners.
S. B. 109, by Joe Dunne Relat.
lng to liens of blacksmiths and re
pairers of vehicles.
S. B. 110. br Moser Relating
to protection of game birds and
S. B. 111. by Marks Relative
to filing copies of records In pro
S. B. 112. by Norblad et al
Relating to definition of movable
8. B. 113. by Joe Dunne Re
lating to auxiliary lights on auto.
S. B. 114. by Jones Requiring
knowledge of basic sciences by all
practitioners of healing arts.
Just one bill was Introduced In
the house Wednesday.
H. B. 482. by Chindgren Rela
tive to inspection by dairy and
food commissioner In certain in
stances. When a severe cold spell caught
the proprietors of a paper mill at
Tuscaloosa, - Ala., without equip
ment for heating their plant, a
locomotive was leased from the
railroad, run on a siding near the
mill and connected to steam pipes.
Adolph Shuts and Tyler Mallo,
winter visitors at Naples, Fla.,
picked uav some oddly drilled
shells as mementoes. Museum ex
perts say the men have unearthed
some of the oldest known .Imple
ments of warfare, conch shell bat
. ...... By Laird
until, not only an orraslonal ankle, bat knees galore ruand, knob
by, dimpled and bonymeet the. eye at every tarn, inviting men
to boldly stare at what In the past they merely surmised.- .
Brazen Cuzzies all, would be the verdict of that faraway dam
sel with the rustling voluminous draperies. Modesty Is dead, lint
Is It 7 Aren't women generally healthier, heartier, better pals ami
sweethearts, better mothers becanse they liave put aside false
Ideas of mnalesty hed them as they have the hampering gar
ments and still more hampering Ideas that west with them?
NEW YORK. Feb. (AP)
Tha knowledre that tha federal
reserve board would Issue a state -
meat on the credit situation after
the close of the session hung over
the stock jnarket like a dark cloud
today, casting a deep shadow over
a Slumber of favorable aewadeyel
ments. ' - . ;
f. The market opened,wlth a burst
of strength; but It quickly spent
Itself, and the list turned down
ward, scores of Important Issues
losing from 3 to a maximum of 18
points in Wright Aero.-Short cov.
erlng and a drop la the call mon
ey rate to 6 per cent for the first
time la a week caused fairly gen
eral recoveries of 2 to 6 points
from the lowest prices of the day
(in the final dealings.
I Among the unfavorable develop
ments was another Increase in.
(crude oil production, and a Jump
In Sterling: Cables to above the In
coming gold point, temporarily, at
least, halting the flow ef the -Yellow
Meter from London. Appre
hension was again felt over the
Bank of England meeting tomor
row, although advices from Lon
don as to whether the rediscount
rate may be raised were entirely
Wright Aero. which touched
299 yesterday, fell to 280 today
and closed at 283. Radio dropped
12 points to 384, and closed at
389. Allia Chalmers, American In
ternatlonal. Adams Express. Barn-
sdall B, Commercial Solvents. Cur-
tlss Aero, General Electric. Inter
national Telephone, Johns Man
vllle. .National Biscuit and West
ern Union sold off 4 to 8 points.
Bordens dropped about 4 points
desnlte recommendation by the dl
rectors of a 2-for-l split up.. !
U. 9. Bteel sold off about 4
points, but closed only about 2
oolnts down. Motor shares gen
irally sagged. Chrysler, Mack
Truck. Packard and Studebaker
yielding 2 to 3 points.
Filed For Six
Inventory and appraisement wae
riled la probate Tuesday In the
matter of six estates, as follows:
Louis Meyer, diseased. 120,-
589.74, by appraisers August Mey
er, W. W. McKlnney and W. A.
William G. Walker, deceased.
13217.84, by appraisers Fred
Hall, Myrtle Hall and Otto Dur-
Lauren Herschel Volgamore,
deceased, $100, by appraisers D.
A. Miller. Charles Hogmier and
Martha H. Gregory, deceased,
$5000, by appraisers J. F. Rig
don. F. J. Haveman, and C
Elizabeth Walker, deceased.
14965.58, by Fred Hall, Myrtle
Hall and Otto Durant.
Mildred Hill and Rita Hill, ml
uors, $500, by appraisers S. M.
Kndlcott, Helen Codington and W.
W. McKlnney. j
City of Moscow
BERLIN. Feb. . (AP) Koy-
no, Lithuania, dispatches to the
telegrapheh union today relayed a
report that eLon Trotsky, former
commander of the Red army who
has been banished, arrived In Mos
cow today. The former war com
mtaaar was suld to have arrived in
a salon car under strong escort
and to be held in a suburb of Mos
cow until arrangements are com
pleted for his leaving Russia.
Peiss e dl
READ THIS FIRST:
Bettjr Brown. unattractive, to mn.
take, tip dancing to tacreaae her phy
sical chiU-iu. Andy Adair, Harry Ford
and other men aeek her aociety, al
though some of their attentions ' are
not the , kind mite desires. Her fattier
dies and her high school friend, George
Harris.- a. slow, stolid boy. sees her
Ticai chwu. AnJy dair, Harry
throusrh the .funeral. A sharper swin
dles ber mother out of her lire Insur
ance money and she dies broken
hearted, lea v In Betty alone in the
world with only a hundred dollars and
no ability to earn her living save by
(NOW GO-ON WITH THE STORY)
THE first evening in her new
room Betty was lonely, in-
uceu. one ncai lu a tajcaiio
for dinner, then back to her room.
She was about to throw herself
on the bed to cry when the wom
an who ran the rooming house
called up the stairs: "Mr. HarrLs
Is here to see you," Miss Brown."
Betty went gladlv down to
meet George in the dingy room
ing house parlor.
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"I thought you might be lonelylthat stuff."
and want to go to a moving pic
ture," he said,, in his slow voice.
"I don't think I care for a pic
ture, replied Betty, "but I would
like to talk to you, George, for I
am very lonely. But let's not sit
here. This place is gloomy. Let's
go Bit in the park.
On a park bench George went
at once to the point.
"What are you going to do for
I don't know anything but
dancing. I shall have to do that."
'A lot of entertainments use
paid taleiU. I know the address of
a man who hires it: Jack Parker.
Several of the girls at dancing
school told me that he had given
them Jobs at stag dinners and the
"I am very much opposed to
that!" George announced. "No
good can come of going to places
like that! You will get Into bad
company and you are too nice a
girl to mix up with the kind of
people who go to such places!"
"George, you have a wrong idea
of dancing girls!" protested Betty.
'The girls at Selikoff's were Just
as nice as the girls we knew at
high school. A nice girl is a nice
girl, whether she dances In pub
llo or not."
"I am not criticizing the girls.
I say a steady association In that
work and environment means a
steady lowering of your stand
ards and ideals."
"Regardless of standards and
ideals, one must eat!"
"I will finance you for the time
being If you will seek some more
"You are kind, George, but I
could not take money from you.
That would be much less ladylike
"I disapprove!" George repeat
Oh, George, please don't take
that attitude! You have been so
good to me these last few months
that. I am sorry to displease you:
but I must make my own way In
my own way!"
Of course I have no right te
dictate. You must pay the fiddler
if you dance. I am sorry. I guess
we better say good night." He rose
as he spoke.
I'm sorry George., I will nev
er forget what you have done for
Betty went home and cried her
self to sleep, feeling she had lost
not only her parents but her best
friend. Doc. Andy and Harry had
stayed away from her in her trou
ble, although they came to her fa
ther s funeral.
Betty was 'without any rela
Uvea. Even in her grief she took
pleasure in her absolute freedom.
She felt that if allowed her own
way she could make a name for
herself dancing. Certainly no one
Starring Jack Holt,
5 V lorotby Revier and.
J " Kalph Graves
BY ROE FULKERSON
was ever more free to work out
her own destiny.
Early the next, morning she
went to Jack Parker's theatrical
agency.- Parker was a costumer
who, supplied everything for pri
vate theatrical and fancy dres
balls. Betty was met by a frowzy
"I want to see Mr. Parker about
some dancing engagement," ex
"That's what they all say," an
swered the girl, her Jaws work
ing on chewing gum till she re
sembled some ruminating animal.
"There are more would-be dancer?
I In thla rtvcn than Ihprn ar trnf
"I am a pupil of Selikoff's, Bot
ty went on. m
"Oh, that! I suppose you run
around barefooted and give vis
ualizations of a nymph in a mea
dow feeding a daffodil to a year
ing calf. There Is no demand for
'I can do acrobatic and buck."
"Lemme see your legs!" de
manded a voice behind her. Betty
turned to meet an over-dresaed,
slender man with a sharp face, a
cigarette pendant from his lips.
Her look made him add, "I am
Betty hesitated a moment, and
then lifted her skirts just abovf
"Say, kid, don't get me wrong.
Legs are what I sell and what you
have to sell. That's what the cash
customers want. It's hip. hip. hur
ray.' If there l9too much -hip there
is no hurray. No legs, no legacy! I
must remember that. That'3 a
good nifty. Let's seem 'em."
Betty reached behind and gath
ered her dress tight to show hei
"Um, not so bad. They don't
like the beefy ones. Come down
here at two o'clock. I'm trying
out a. mnnnlnrlat nnrt thorn will
be a piano player here. We'll sec
what you can do. Bring your mu
sic with you."
"Your dance music and a song
PA THE REVIEW
Now Flavin Till Sat.
A MMMTy OAAMA Of TM SSA-
See and hear this thrilling oea
Epic, with marvelous sound ef.
festa and orchestral music
FOX MOVIETONE TALKING
if . v . r
or two. if you can do a song and
He turned away to the frowzy
girl to ask -some questions about
another matter ncd paid no fur
ther attention to Bettv. -
"Good morning." She turned to
go, but Parker merely wayed hts
band without replying.
Betty thought about the Inter
view all. the way home. She felt
George was probably right, but
onsoled herself with the thought
hat this bluff man, Parker, was
:ikely bothered with a lot. of girls
who wanted -to dance, and his fa
miliarity was only the resiil". of hl.i
She was back at two with her
zi itume. The frowzy girl told her
to go upstairs and follow the
sound of the piano. She fouud her
vMf in a large room devoid of fur
niture, -except for a jAuno and
tl. ree broken chaira. On one of
che.Te sat a hard-faced girl, smok
ing; r. cigarette.
At the piano was a young man
of the same type a3 Parker. On
the floor a man in sailor costume
sang a song about "All Hands on
Deck," half a tone off key. At
the conclusion of the Bong he
danced a hornpipe awkwardly,
and then gave an Imitation of
drawing a glass of soda, pretend
ing to get it out of his ear.
The man at the piano held his
nose at the conclusion of the act,
and Parker waved him away with
lues., Feb. 12th
"SINNERS IN LOVE
OLIVE BORDEN, HUNTLEY GORDON. OTHERS
The Year's Picture Sensation!
It's the production
smash that swept
Broadway off Us feet.
See the Gigantic snow
slide! The Chllkoot
Pass! The White
Horse Rapids I The
burning of Dawson
City! Scenes never-to
be forgotten In this
amsxing eplo of the
Klondike Gold Bush!
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tvSV inSWS EVENTS "f
MACDONAJLD AT TH2B OROAJf '
THE STORY OF
GIRL WHO MADE
MEN LIKE HER
O 1929 by Cwtral PrM AssoclsHea ; lac
the one word "Rotten!
"But my monologue ! protest
ed the performer.
'Joe Miller Joke . book stuff!
Come on, kid." He turned to the
other girl, "strut your stuff."
The girl handed two or three
dog-eared sheets of music to the
piano player and began., a song.
Half way through her first verse
Parker Interrupted her. "Let's
see you dance." The piano player
thumbed the music and began to
play while the girl began a
Charleston. "The Charleston Is
out and the Black Bottom, too.
cut In Parker.
"Those are all I can do!" said
"Better go back to your Job,
waiting on table."
- "Now. Pavlowe!" He turned
to Betty with a thin-lipped smile.
Betty was more frightened
th?n she had evar been before an
audience. But her excitement did
no harm to her dancing. She did
her acrobatic number, her Jazs
dance and her waltz clog without
comment , from either of the two
"Sing?" Parker asked.
"Not well. I can. sing a few
t "Sing one." She walked to the
piano and sang a verse and chorus
of a popular song. "Not 6o hot,",
said Parker, "but you could
"Leave your name and address
with the girl downstairs. I can
get you a few engagements If you
hove some costumes. They must,
be snappy. It's legs they want,
remember, girlie. Tell Maggie
that I will put you on the pro
gram at that, affair Thursday
night. She'lV tell you about It.
Fifteen bucks you get."
Betty left the room elated. Two
engagements a week at fifteen
dollars each would keep her go
ing till she could get more per
manent work.' ' She decided that
she would1 try a large moving pic
ture houee, which kept a regular
chorus In addition to the visiting
solo dancers and .singers who
staved a week only.
She felt she had done Parker
an Injustice. His brusque and
familiar manner was merely the
professional way! She was to
learn differently, however.
(TO BE CONTINUED)
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