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SEVENTY-EIGHTH .YEAR; NO. 289.
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Hamilton Warns That Night
Sessions May. Prove
100 BillsYet in Committee
.: or on Third Reading;
-- Senate Load Big
Will th ieislatttre:get through
tts work by atatflay night inra
is the .tiry going the rounds of
tha rtata house, and to snhstan-
tlate the belief that more speed is
necessary. Speaker Hamilton weo
nedar afternoon sounded a warn
Jng that hs houss mnst hereafter
clear It calendar eacn aay, even
it night sessions were necessary,
Wednesday a total of 32 ineas-
tirc were disoosed or. witn si oi
the impaaslng and one failing.
TweWe 4 ot these - passing . were
hense hilla. 17 weresenatB bills
and the rest were, resolutions and
memorials.. H. B, 458. stipulat
ing the eualificaUons of prof es-
tion&l engineers, got the ax when
U ea$ tip lor Titai Toie.
May Ve Possible
A rough estimate of .measures
yet before the house-that wm ne
acted on shows ; that there are
nearly 100 yet in committees or
not yet on third reading, and tnts
does not include bills coming oyer
from the senate. Unless the legis-
(Turn to Fas 2. CohOT.
Large Building Here Goes for
Orange Grove and odO
Acre Tract ,
George Viek of the firm of Vlck
Brothers announced - Wednesday
the conclusion ot an- important
trade wherein vick Brotners ex
chan re their building used as ga
rage and aateobUetalfstoom
for 40 acres i norange arore.and
SS0 acres of walnut and alfalfa
land near Woodlake. Tulare eoun
ty, CallL The exchange is pure.
It a real aetata transaction, Mr.
Vick stated. . Vlck ; Brothers are
ttvin a tea-year- lease on the
tmlMin and will continue as
heretofore in the selling of Oak
land and Pontiac automobiles;
Inrestneat DiTersif led -:
"Our purpose Is. merely to di
rerslfy our lnrestment holdings.
Mr. Vick stated in discussing the
exchange. , ..;.;..:' ...
" We shall continue to reside in
Salem and carry on our business.
Onr Calif prnls- ranches will be
managed by foremen under, our
dlreotlon.- I looked dyer the prop
erties on my recent trip to Cali
fornia and found, we were a pie to
make the deal 5 on '.satisfactory
Ufsu.- Wklto California has -d
ood vlntAi climate.' there is
nothing to compare with the cli
mate of Salem and Oregon the
remainder of the year."
Tbe Vick Brothers building' is a
substantial concrete - structure,
two stories and basement, located
at High and Trade streets.
Decree declaring Salem's city
ordinance 1902 unconstitutional
was handed down here Wednesday
by Circuit Judge McMahan. The
ordinance, which has been super
ceded by a later , one, prohibited
the erection of gasoline pumps un
til permission had been Diamea
from the city council.- , -The
point was raised In the in
Junction suit brought by C. J.
Berger against the city of Salem.
The decree handed down Wednes
day was against Berger.. .
City Attorney Williams - an
noaneed Wednesday night that he
would recommend to the "city
council that the case be appealed
to the supreme court. ' , , ,
Church Survey '''
Of North Salem
To Be Conducted
A church life surrey ot North
Salera will be -conducted Saturday
by the members ot the Jason Lee
Methodist church under the direc
tion ot Dr. C. I. Andrews. Through
the surrey the church hopes to get
acquainted with newcomers to
that section and In cases - where
strangers hare a church choice,
their names .will be turned to the
pastor of the church they prefer.
: The surrey will also correct the
- church records "where house aum-
- bers hare . been changed through
the recent re-numbering program.
: sr i A similar surrey ' was conducted
a few years ago and proTed a
great help to the persons taking
part' as well as helping the per-
' sons- whe cared -to r esUblish
church contacts here to do so. -
OLD 0KL1 IS
slSelected! 1 1 J'J U U IVI t I flA lb FIRST SUSPECT le Outpoints Stribling 1 SElTtlGES
fUDhllPUUhilCC toSrra,dz nnil nni inr i ipf igsfe rn rf
v.,-, ,-"a 1 1 1 1 1 ti 1 1 ii miuL r itin - ii' -mrnmsm i r n in n rn uu
James W. Good, Hoover's can-
paign manager, is i o be secretary
of. war in the cabinet according to
announcement Wednesday. - -
GET CABINET POST
William J. Donovan of New
York Refuses Position
With Mr. Hoover
? WASHINGTON, Feb. 27.
( AP ) As , President-elect Hoorer
neared the end of his cabinet mak
Sing today, William J. Donoran, of
New-York, passed definitely and
somewhat abruptly out of the po
litical picture of his adminlstra
tioo. At the same time authentic
word came that -James W Good,
Of Iowa, would be secretary of
waT and Wflliam D. Mitchell, of
Minnesota, - attorney-general. '
Donoran, : at present assistant
to the attorney-general, had been
considered in connection with
both of these places; finally was
eliminated after extfensire discus
sions; flatly refused the post of
gorernor-general of - the Philip
pines and. will return to private
life on. March 5. ..
From all accounts the presi
dent-elect 'sought repeatedly to
nare lionoran succeed Henry L,
Stlmson in the Phlllpolnes.' but
the Buffalo attorney . refused con
sistently to reconsider it, and aft
er a tmra conference today. took
leave of Mr. Hoorer. It was em
phasized that .there t had beaa-no
open break between the?two who
long hare been friends and who
are closely associated In the Hoo
ver campaign for the presidency.
As matters shaped up tonight.
friends ot Mr. Hoorer believed the
cabinet" selections now stood:
Secretary ' of state, Henry I.
Stlmson, -of New York.- :
Secretary of treasury,' Andrew
W. Mellon, of Pennsrlrania. ?
Secretary -of war, James W.
Good, of 'Iowa. r - a : . ; fv
Attorney-General, - William ? D.
Mitchell, of Minnesota, j ? -
Postmaster-General. Walter F.
Brown, of Ohio. -
Secretary . of navy, Charles
Francis Adams, of Massachusetts.
Secretary of interior, Dr.: Ray
Lyman. Wilbur, of California. :
This still left in doubt the sec
retaries ,of. agriculture, commerce
and labor,-although-there were in
creasing reports that William N.
Doak, of Virginia, would succeed
James J. Davis, of Pennsylvania,
in the labor - post. n Agriculture
and commerce were regarded ' as
still final selections to be made
within the next 48 hours. , ;
Good, who will succeed Dwicht
T, Daris, In the war department
on March S, formerly was a mem-
bcr of the house and for' a! long!
time enairman of the powerful
appropriations committee. f: For
this reason It Is assumed, that he
will be one of the chief points of
contact; betweetti, the , new- presl-
During Mr. Hoover's quest for
the presidency, the Io wan had a
prominent part in the pre-coaren-
tion campaign with headquarters
in Washington and he had charge
of the . western' headquarters after
the Kansas City convention tak
ing a leading role In the drive to
hold the great : agricultural west
in tbe republican column. :
(Turn to Pace a. Column 1.)
HAVANA:' Feb. 27:- (AP)-
Eight men; three of them promin
ent -professional' men of Hav
ana, were arrested this evening
charged with plotting to assassin
ate President Gerardo Machado
y Morales and .to bring - about
a r m e d American '. intervention
through the medium of insurrec
tion throughout the Island, v.-
Tbe - men arretted ' and - held
without bond are: Dr. Alejandro
Vergara Leonard Francisco Vila
aria Corderos, Dr. Jose A. Inclan,
Dr. Thomas Gelabert, Dr. Eduardo
V. Chlbas, Enrique Cerrat, Angel
Ortlx Cabanas and Fernando Yar-
gara;...r - i v;
The police show; seised reports
indicating a well organised plan
for; revolt ,; and evidence 4hat a
campaign had ' been conducted
within the Cuban army - for re-
rrults. to the ranks of insurgents.
several cases of treason are ex
pected to be brought against mem-
pfs of the army. -
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srht Arrested Char sred
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Senate. Action' ttxpected ; by
- Satiirday;"SBa!!ot 3.
r - State Possible h
Rate From i; to 5 Per Cent;
Moneys! Made JjOiutsIde
For fear voters would again re
ject the personal : income tax and
refusing to submit It to the acid
test of the ballot; the house Wed.
needay passed the measure, 41 to
18. However, if the -referendum is
invoked, . a special election will be
held In November. The measure
goes to the senate and action Is
expected before Saturday.
Considering the ImporUnce of
the measure, it passed the house
wilh little debatej the only speech
against It being delivered by Bar.
nett M. Goldstein.
Burdick Holds. Rill .
Will Wreck. Prorram' .
Chamnlons of - the income taxi
bill explained that it Is one of the
taxation trinity, the other two be -
Inc the excise tax and the intan -
gibles tax. Referring to this taxa -
tion .triangle. RenresentatiTe Bur -
dick predicted that passing the in -
come tax will wreck the program.
Representatives Carkin, McCrea-
dr. Bronauch and Henderson nrr-
ed that tha wiih-iimlttMl to
v owwie, Mciigiucxpeciea -oy- wnsi : tiio -.n-tterma.' 1 Ch caoo f f date Prom ss to 1 " W1
-fTsfeOT r t!:,'to -:fy.T.q 1 Class ra the streets r f ? I f - , , -..--.,Tf,Ty- , tl im JST"- " Tvl . - -.i-.-
thn nflnnio TTonrnttt'r JTiUarium, a British Institution. - At
ana lonergan ana onon con -
tended that the wise course was
for the legislature to Uke the re-
anonsibllitT ami nana ths hill and
then place the burden of invoking
tne recau on tne enemies or tne
T.r rvmrnUKlnr wM
Hand in Law ' ; -
Thm inmm. tax whirh tfiA finn
has passed was written last week
by Haslett and a few others, with
the assistance of -state "tax com-
misafoner Fisher It differ from
nmrinn. inrnm tu meunfM in
that it leries a tax on Incomes
within the state and does not tax
DMinM nrodneed iA tiur. Btstasia
by residents of Oregon. The Tate
is from 1 to-S per cent, with ex.
emptions of sites and izsve. in
terest oft Olvldends Is exempt '
these are caught In the Intangible
tax bill. . 4 '
June 28 May be
Date for Election
To prevent an attack on the tn-
eome taxjdamaging the excise and
Intangibles tax measure, the house
v -,tx- r... (li.
r', "Z,' Tf
referendum Is inroked on wtfWzV1 ound work for Ur
tT,.vtnMmA.ta liff revision One of the two ma
n..u...mWuuHnn i a t !!
for tbe latter tax Ifvanyone wishes
to organise a fight against It.
Th intangibles tax bill was np
for third reading lav- the : senate
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QUEBEC. Feb. : 27. (AP)
What annarently was an
tempt on the life of Premier Tas-1
chereau was disclosed today. The
premier said that h had foundlpalgn promises of the Incoming
a stick of dynamite, with a kali
burned fuse attached, in his of flee
last night.--The -incident was kept j
a secret until late today. .The
premier; saidf1 that Ithe fuse Jiad
Deen ezuDguisoea o e i o r e nejment for revision": pf various ad
reached nia onice. rouce wnoi
removed the explosive said It was
ajnume ok me mosi yowcriwi
SCHOOL MAN DIES
; ' PORTLAND Ore., Feb 27J
(AP) Daniel A. Grout, superin
tendent of Portland public schools
from February, 191 f until Janu
ary. 1$ 2 C when 111 health forced
him to retire, died tonight,
-In the formal charge prepared
by Alfonso Fors, chief of the judl
cial police it is stated that various
persons - conspired ' to assassinate
the president and to create a cha
otic situation with the object ot
overthrowing the entire Machado
government,.--'1';.. -f ' 3
So evident was the plot to ex
ecute these treasonable crimes,"
declared Fors, "and so clear was
the pact among' the plotters that
we were, told the president would
not ' be -able to assume ' office
May- Jl."-:! r-x;y:-.t
i Fors charges: several, organisa
tions-with being implicated In tbe
plot. These include the Commun
ist party. Nationalists, Anti-imper
ialistic leagues and the National
ists' union. ?'. C-x'.:.
"With this rerolution complete
ly ' organised,, charged Fors
they had appointed notable dele
gations in foreign; countries, fori
the purpose of raising money to I
unance tne rereu." -.
: PORTXAXD, Ore, Febl 27
-(AP)-Aii ancient, ;Ter
worked police fUrrer with m)
spasmodic backfire more po.
teat than its speed awed two
alleged bootleggers into sub.'
mission' tonight and forced :
their speeding automobile to
the curb - - -
When the spattering' car'
polled alongside Ray Holmes
and Frank Smltii, alleged :
nun rnnners. thevJ hoisted
their hands and asked i
' WhatV an the shoothi
fert, '"y 4i-i'ii-t .-ri
i Police charged them with
possession and transporta
tion of liquor, reckless drir
ing,' speeding and breaking
giass m tne street.
T ji. nL rw.-4i-: w "
T ana s lancee jjoui onax-
' en; He Injured
I MEXICO CITY, Feb." XT (AP)
I Colonel Lindbergh and Miss
Anne Morrow, inspected their
I wrecked monoplane at Valubena
1 field tonight less than one hour
1 after, the colonel had been under
jan anaesthetie for the purpose of
1 resetting his dislocated shoulder.
1 An attempt had been made to
J administer the anaesthetic "at the
American embassy residence, but
coionei was taxen later in tne
I afternoon to Lady Cowdray sanl
I""5 emoasBy-resioence ana appear.
to entirely well. Thlrty-flre
mmuies later ne enierea t motor.
1 -with Miss Morrow and started
I MEXICO CITY. Feb. 27 (AP)
I Colonef Lindbergh hovered over
Valbnena field Wis afternoon
faced, with the realisation that his
plane -would probably overturn
when he attempted , to land , with
lone wheel missing.
He warned nis nancee, MISS
Anne Morrow, oi ine uanger. ana
P11 cushions about her in such
manner inat sne would not oe
fltirt by a minor crasn. tie men
(Turn to Pare I. Column .)
! Washington," Feb. 17.
Jor prohlema to be considered in
me eaxiy ,oi:iw nw,-
ministrauon wav compwwu w-
n,n wn conclusion oy .
e 01. seven weens ok couunauu
public hearings on the subject.
zKenuoucan - members oi , me
- . -
Icommittee will meet in executive
session . oaiuraay , 10 map su
program for subcommittee ses
sions which will - be held behind
closed doors.- These subeomrait
tees .will' make recommendations
as to specific changes : to bo ef
fected. ' -i ! "
The weekend also will find the
house agriculture committee gath
ering to consider plans for draf t-
at-ling a xarm reuer program, enact
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ment of which,- along with tariff
revision, were two - of - the cam
rOpen;iearlhgs by the ways and
means' - committee were closed
after the submission late todar of
proposals' by the treasury depart-
minis tratire nrorisions of . the
present tariff law.
By Tb Associated Fress '
.The senate adopted the con.
ference ; report on the naval
supply bill carrying . funds for
' cruiser h construction. -
iue oouie aeuaiea tne jones
bill to provide more severe pen
alties for prohibition violators.
committee concluded open hear
ings on tariff revision. - - - - 5-
William D. Mitchell of Minne
sota and . James W. Good .of
Iowa were slated respectively as
attorney-general and secretary
of war in the Hoover cabinet.'?
f President Coolidge was busy
clearing up administration ; af
fairs whil Ttfrs. ; Coolidge su
pervised the. packing of their
belongings in the White House,
Secretary Mellon- and PosU
master-General New submitted
a recommendation to congress
for the expenditure of 8398,000?
00 for publle.bundlngs. v
A resolution for the contln.
nance of its Investigation Info.
the administration of the bu
reau of Indian affairs waa ap-
proved or the senate.
SoIve.Gang,Murders in - l; . .. ,;r ' . .... Ym
Jack McGurn, Crack Machine
Operator Taken in Com
pany With Girl ,
CHICAGO. Feb. - 27 UP) 1
4 Mcuura, reputed eracn ma
chine gunner of the: AL-Caoone
clan, was arrested on a . downtown
corner late today and a short time
later came" word from detective
headquarters that a witness had
identified him as a member of the
band that slaughtered seven hos
tile ganggtess two weeks ago.
McGurn was the first man ar
rested ot the seventeen - listed by
police as wanted for the St. Val
entine's day murders.
...Lieutenant William Cusack and
a detective squad encountered the
gangster as he stepped from an
automobile at Monroe street and
Michigan4 boulerard. accompanied
by a woman. He was taken 'with
out trouble,-and In his pockets the
detectives found two pistols. The
girl, Miss Louise Rolfe, was also
held for questioning..
With McGurn closeted with as
sistant states attorneys and de
tective chiefs for examination, the
investigators once more expressed
conviction that they were nearlng
solution of the massacre that
climaxed a four year series of un-
solved gang murders. The cap
ture of the gunner, came simul
taneously with word from the
federal district attorney's office,
that McGurn's chief, Al Capone,
was to be brought here from Mia
mi, Fla., under a federal grand
couhty:s help is
ASKED FOR ROAD
Operators oil Breitenbush hot
springs appeared before the Mar
ion county; court here Wednesday
and made a plea for county-aaaiat
fane -In Improving the ' road I he-
tween.Detroit and the 'Springs, a
distance of 12 miles. The county
at present-assumes no responsi
bility lor Keeping tne roaa in con
dition, since it Is not a county
road, Roadmaster Culver stated.
The road from Detroit west Is to
be widened and improved in the
near future, although considerable
money already has been spent on
this road, it was indicated.
Marlon county Is Interested in
getting a road through i up . the
Santiam, river from .Detroit and
on over the divide to Bend, coun
ty officials stated. : The. Breiten
bush road extends nearly at right
angles from this route. The fed
eral government has. . expended
much money in building . both
roads during the past few years.
R08WELL. N. m" Feb. 27
(AP) Facing a long motor Jour
ney back to his Los Angeles home.
Richard Stanley Grant. ,11. ex
pressed regret at the' climax of his
adventure yesterday, when officers
found Jiim and his alleged abduc
tor, Harry Palmer, 40, a LosjAn
geles painter.".: ; -; r
The. lad disappeared December
"Tdonl want to go back. said
the boy. 'I know they will whip
hue more than erer- and I " have
been happy." .
Palmer and the boy were living
here nder the name of "Eagle."
Palmer, said he was afraid "they
will bump me oft 'before I get
back.-.:;....., . v t - : r-:
Exnresslnr the belief that" he
nrobably had made a mistake in
signing an extradition waiver yes
terday. Palmer declared ."there is
lots of money behind tnis case ana
afraid C that I .wni never
reach Los Angeles. .
To Brutal Attack
( AP) Ererettv Probaico; ' Shaw
nee county undersheriff, late to
day said Louis Glorer. negro,' 45
rears old.- signed a written con
fession admitting he had attacked
and attempted to burn to death
Mrs. C. V. Jacobs, II. wife of a
retired Atchison baker In her
home Monday. -
Gets High Of iice
PORTLAHD, Ore... Feb. 27,'
(AP) L. G. Clark. Portland, to
night was notified of his appoint
ment as . deputy inspector general
of the supreme council of Oregon,
Scottish Rite Masons, by. tha su
preme council ,at Washington,, D.
C. ' .... , -
Jack Sharkey, the Boston sailor, who won the decision over
Young Stribling, Georgia fighter, at Miami last night.
Boston Gob Wins Referee's
Verdict Over Stribling
In Slow Contest
FLAMINGO PARK. Miami
Beach, Fla., Feb. 27; (AP)--
Jack Sharkey, Boston sailor man,
outpointed Young Stribling. Ma
feo, paL heavy weightin dlsap
pointing ten round bout here -to-'
The decision was rendered by
Referee Lou Magnolia as the end
of the 10 rounds featured by lit
tle that ' was " sensational. There
were no knock downs and the
most serious danger either was In
coming to Sharkey in the fourth
round. Stribling nailed the New
Englander with .rights and lefts
to the chin that nearly put Shar
key to the floor. The match was
financial success as well as a
social spectacle. The bout drew a-l
gate of over 40,000 with a paid
attendance of about 136,000. The
tiny pine saucer was cramped with
celebrities from all parts of the
Ross Ship; Again
Goes On Rocks;
; Divorce Asked
The marital difficulties of John
Roes and Elisabeth - Ross wound
up v lit - the divorce - courts here
It was on' December 29 of last
year that John Ross had his wife;
apprehended T at Oregon , ; City,
swearing Out charges before Jus-J
tice ot the Peace Small here and
charging her with running away
with J. B. Hobaugh. She had as
sociated with Hobaugh for some
Um' previously, Ross asserted.
. After, some argument the Ross
household was reunited, but in his
divorce complaint Rose declares
"tthat his wife soon became disss t
isfied again, and on February 12
of this - year left: him " to' join Ho
baugh. i Braxier Small represents
him as his attorney, of the case.
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Announce Choice for New
Board of Education Friday
The names of nine to comprise
the board of '. higher edncatlon
which will control the University
of Oregon, the Oregon State col
lege and three' normal schools in
stead ot boards of regents will be
submitted to the senate for con
firmation .Friday by Oorernor
Patterson. At the same time he
will v sign - j the 8chnImerich-Bell
eonsolidallon bill, abolishing the
boards of regents and creating the
higher educational board.
It Is possible the governor may
select aa three of the nine, one
member from each of three pres
ent boards of regents,' for the rea
son that such regent would be fa
miliar with an institution and by
having three on. the board of di
rectors there would bej someone
experienced with: the respective
schools. - . -
Both Dr. Hall and Dr. Kerr, ot
the nnlrerslty -and eollege. will be
requested by .Gov. Patterson w to
Infirmary Bill Left "Undecid
ed" After Three Unfa
' The ways' and. means committee
of the legislature' finished its ar
duous " labors - Wednesday ; night
and It adjourned abruptly when
an attempt was made to bring up
for the third time the., proposed
920,000 appropriation for an in
firmary, at the University of Ore
Representative Rushlight asked
the members of the committee
what they Intended to do with this
bill, to which some .member re
plied- that the bill had already
been voted upon to be reported out
Before any other member of the
committee colud go to the rescue
of the measure .Senator .Strayer
moved to adjourn. The motion
carried and the committeemen til
ed out of the room. The Infirmary
measure was the subject of a num
her of hearings, and resulted In
considerable lobbying on the floor
of the two legislative branches
A statement showing the actual
appropriations authorised for the
current blennium probably will
be compiled today or Friday. -
A senate Joint resolution au
thorising the classification of
counties to provide a . basis for
fixing salaries of county officers.
was laid on the table by the com
mittee. - The resolution provided
for an Interim Investigation with
expenses to be paid out of the
legislative appropriation. The in.
restigation was to hare been con
ducted by a committee composed
of two senators and three repreH
sentatires. -. ...'.-
Earl Fisher, state tax commis
sioner, submitted a bill to the
committee authorising an appro
priation of 275.000 to defray the
cost of administering four tars
bills passed and to be passed by
the current legislature. He esti
mated that $1S. 000 would be re
quired -for administration of the
excise tax, 110.000 for the lntan.
glble tax, $25,000 for the person
al income Jaxnd2000for
(Turn to Page ?, Column 2.
sabmK a list of alumni.' for the
bill says that more than one alum
nus f rota each institution ean be
on the board of directors. It is
not mandatory to bo appointed and
in the original list ot names to be
submitted to the senate, the gov.
ernor may not Include any grad
uate of either institution. Today
the governor met with each presi
dent separately and talked, orer
the situation and & tomorrow he
may bar the two meet with him.'
. Another stipulation la that , no
resident: of Eugene. Corvalllav or
the town where tho normals are
sltnaied. are eligible -for member
ship on tbe board.. , ; f'Y':f''
While the senate eaneenfirm''6r
reject the appointees, individually
or . collectively. ' It: U .not ' believed
that ' the senate will Vaise ; objec
tions ta the original list, ; -
- It has been suggested to the ex
ecutive tbat- the - dtrectorate. be
composed of youqg men.1-'
Action Blocked as Opponents
of Measure Hold Floor
For Hours .
Quorum After Arrests
Are Authorized ; " -
WASHINGTON. Feb. If.-(Ap)
-The senate mustered a quorum -
at 2:20 a. m., today after its eer-
geant-at-arms had been Instructed
to bring absentees to the chamber .
by the Issuance of . warrants for
their arrest. If necessary. -Y
Immediately after the presence -
of a quorum was announced Sen
ator Dill, democrat, Washington, ,
resumed a filibuster he ; started
early last night against enactment
of the second deficiency approprJ- ' -atlon
bill as long as It contained , :
9150.000 for a surrey of the pro
posed Nicaraguen canal route.
For more than a half hour busi
ness had been , suspended .while- "
the sergeant-at-arms undertook. io
oq4d up absentees,! a roll call
hartng disclosed only; 4 4 members
present four; less than a quorum.
Senators Norrls " of Nebraska.
Blaine of Wisconsin, Brookhart of"
Iowa, and Broussard of Louisiana,
Lwere the first four senators to
enter the chamber after the rote
to muster absentees. . ' t
The quorum call was the second
Funds for the Nlcaraguan sur
vey are embodied in the second
deficiency appropriation measure.
and Senator Dill, democrat. Wash- .
ington, precipitated the night ses
sion by opposing the provision.
-Leaders were determined to
finish work on the 1200,000,909
deficiency measure . and kept - a
quorum on hand with the hope of
breaking the constant talking and -
bring the measure to a rote.
Senator Norrls. republican, Neb
raska, howerer, later Joined Dill .
and took over the floor, after DiJ
had talked almost two hours.
A special meeting of the board :
ot trustees of Willamette univer
sity concerned primarily with tbo
progress of the university's en
dowment campaign, was held hero ,
FIIBL DRIVE ; '
Although it was Impossible to
ascertain the : exact amount ot
money pledged thns far, - Dr. "
Doney reported that approximate
ly $180,000 have been promised '
at this : time. . This figure doea -not
include the gift of E. S. Col.
11ns ot 15 cents for every deOar
raised to a total ot. $250,000. mmt
does it Include what will be paid ,
to the university from the Roeke-
feller - foundation. I- Students ! -'
the university have made pledgee
or paid in cash , a total r of
While today is the last day of -
the Intensive campaign. Dr. Dooey '
reported that the effort to eons-"
plete the $200,000 would rew
tinue, and that every effort wowld
be made to raise the pledgee er ' '
the amount necessary for Wlliasn- "
ette to claim the balance of ever:...
$147,000 due on the Rockefeller
contract-': t'-&' - ; ' .
IS FACED Blf ME
Robert Meek, E. E. Morgan aad
Flora Raymond were arresecd
Wednesday night by Officers Ot
son and Wilcox of the local peBre
force, on charges of disorderly
conduct alleged to hare occurred
at the Leonard hoteL' Their . ease
will bo heard in justice court.
Mrs. Leah Storts paid a ft
fine . in - municipal - court om m
charge of possession of beer, and
Forey Morgan was - fined fie.
Mrs. Storts Is proprietress of the
Virginia apartments,' where fke
beer was found. . ..
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