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$50,000 Gift Must be Had
. to Match State Aid
BENNETT IS OBJECTOR
$350,000 for Land Settle-
. ment Gets Okeh .
Following a debate la - whlcli
more than a dozen senators par
tlctpated, the senate Monday pass
ed a bill by Lonergan - and Nor
blad, appropriating $50,900 for
the construction of an infirmary
. at the University of Oregon. The
appropriation is contingent upon
a similar amount of money being
i raised by the friends of the instl
Senator Norbtad declared that
.the present infirmary was inade
quate to meet the needs of the
university and that the conditions
vwere 'deplorable. "This is a Just
and honest bill." said Norblad
"and it should .receive the appro
val of thts senate.
Senator Bennett objected i to
consideration of ' the bill for the
reason that, the calendar did not
show that it was referred to the
ways and means committee.
Once Downed in Committee
Senator Strayer explained that
the bill was onee voted down by
the ways' aed mean; cbinmlttee,
and that. subsequent.attempt to
reconsider it was defeated. Later;
In the session 10 members of thejii3hed
ways and means committee signed
a report recommending passage of
, the bill.
Senator Schulmerlch took the
position that the appropriation
should not be made until after a
survey of the various educational
institutions was completed. He
said such a survey was authorized
under the bill providing for the
appointment of the state board of
Senator Miller said that while
be thought the money Involved in
the appropriation should h a r
' been expended in improving con
onions ai otner institutions be
would swallow his opposition and
support the bill.
Other senators who spoke for
the appropriation were Moser,
Cocaett and Joe Dunne.
Six Votes Against Bill
Voting against the approprla
tlon were Senators Bennett, EM
ott. Marks. Strayer. Jones and
A debate also marked consider
ation of a bill by Representative
Metsker. appropriating $35,600
ior uml land settlement depart
neat oc the state chamber of com
nieree. Senator Brown attacked
the measure on the ground that It
waa not wanted either by the
grange or ether agricultural or
ganisation. "The farmers have
made no demand for this appro
priation," said Brown. "The bill
has for its purpose of bringing of
more farmers into the state. There
Is too much production at the
present time. The MeNary-Haueen
bill waa vetoed by President Cool-
Iff rll liinM a siwr ..v4n.
Senator Sehulmerlch declared
that he represented the agricultur
al interests of the state and favor
ed the appropriation,
Senator Miller discussed the bill
from a easiness standpoint and de
clared that the appropriation
would have a favorable effect la
Seven Senators Vote "No"
Senators who voted against the
bill were Bennett, Brown. Butt.
Jones. Kuch. Marks, Strayer and
. The senate approved a house
- Joint resolution providing that the
legislators shall receive $500 for
their two years service, together
with mileage at the rate of $3 for
taca mues traveled. The pre-
siding oiricers would receive com
pensation in the amount of 60 per
cent in excess of that received by
the other legislators. Special ses
sions would be limited to 20 days
under the resolution. The resoln
tlon will be referred to the voters
, at the next general or special elec
- Tax Relief Idea, Defeated
A bill by Representative Ander
son giving the state tax commls
sion ana me county assessors
authority to employ an unlimited
number of assistants was defeated.
mis mil was sponsored by the
state tax relief committee.
, The senate approved Renresen-
tatlve Angell's bill authorising the
appointment of deputy constables.
They will serve without compea
- A bill by Senator Jones provid
. ug zor uniform , fees la county
clerks offices outside of Multno
mah -county received' favorable
The senate adopted a house res
olution authorising the secretary
: or state to send telegram of eon
gratulatlon to Herbert Hoover,
who today was Inaugurated as
president of the- United . States.
Another house resolution approved
by the senate lauded the life of
the late Erie V. Ha user. Senator
Moser explained that Mr. Hauser's
, will bequeathed substantial
amounts of money to a number of
Oregon educational, Institutions.
(AP) The directors of the Royal
Dutch Shell group of oil compan
ies : today acknowledged : that ' an
agreement had been reached .with
the: soviet Interests.
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Bull Traders Derive Little
Comfort From Wall
NEW YORK. Mar. 4. (AP)
Inauguration day on the New York
stock exchange provided little
cheer for "bull" traders today as
the market sold off sharply after
everal Ineffectual attempts to
IbrlhsT about a general rally.. .
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American Kxpress, wnicn estao.
a sew high record at S30
last week, broke 25 points to
30Z on a conie or sales. Allied
Chemical and Motor Produces each
Vst 10 point?. General Electric
and A. M. Byers. Goodyear
Tire. Montgomery-Ward, Radio
Corporation (old) and Wright
Aeronautical closed at net declines
of. 5 to "U points.
Parkrd Motors turned reac
tionary, on the announcement of
a price cut for the company's 8
cyllnder car, but Chrysler was
run wp more than 5 points at the
expense of an overcrowded short
Interest, but lost nearly half Its
eain. American Bosch Magneto
moved into new high ground. U.
S. Rnbber attained a new peak at
64 and then easted to 61. off 24
Ralls. which were heavily
bought last week on rumors that
the Hoover inaugural message
would recommend early legisla
ture to facilitate railroad consol
idations, fell back when publica
tion of the message disclosed 'no
uch reference. Canadian Pacific,
New York Central and Atlantic
Coast line each lost S points or
more, "and Atchison. Southern Pa
cific, Frisco common and a num
ber of others fell back a point or
WO BJ'S SKELETON
HOLLYWOOD. Cel., March 4.
(AP) The skeleton of a woman
found yesterday by hikers In a
canyon rive blocks irom Holly
wood boulevard, was believed by
police tonight to be the remains
of Mrs. Eileen Disney, divorced
wife of Harold Disney, an oil
salesman. Police were attempt
ing to communicate with Disney,
said to be in Salt Lake City.
The woman's skull, partially
Imbedded In the earth, was foutfd
by the hikers. Police later found
the body nearby. Together with
fragments of a once fashionable
sports ensemble. A purse of Par
isian make was found in the
clothes, and In the purse a scrap
of paper on which was written an
address "1426 Laurel avenueT
At that address Mrs. Blanche
Hlndman said that Mr. and Mrs.
Disney had taken rooms at her
house in 1926 arter coming acre
from Seattle, Wash. She said Mrs.
Disney left suddenly February 1.
1927. and has since been missing.
The wife, she said, left a note to
Disney, saying she was going away
and for him to not search for her,
Mrs. Disney. Mrs. Hlndman told
police, was depressed and despond
ent and "had been taking veronal.
and had had a nervous break
Police records showed that, Dis
ney reported the disappearance of
his wife to police at the time she
departed. Mrs. Hlndman said Dis
ney searched for his wife for two
months before being transferred
to Salt Lake City. Mrs. Hlndman
said that Mrs.. Disney was a na
tive of France and had a mother
residing In that eohatry.
TO BE DISCUSSED
All things that enter into the
selection, of a vocation will be dis
cussed : by Professor Nelson - L.
Bossing of the University of Ore
gon, where he Is a specialist la vo
cational guidance, at . the young
men's division dinner at the Y. M.
C. A. tonight at 4:16 o'clock. Res
ervations may be made by calling
Ben Rlckll before noon.
Professor 1 Bossing approaches
the problem of selecting a voca
tion from the side of the physical
aad ' mental obstacles to. be met.
The adaptiblllty of the young man,
Is handled without regard to pre
conceived likes aad dislikes. -
Victor Wolf will sing several
selections. The Willamette univer-
alty quartet Is also on the pro-
gram. Fred Duncan, president of
the division, will be toastmaster
All young men interested la thrftbe law, happy Is he.'
selection of a vocation are invited
to the dinner for which the plate
charge win be 50 cents.
DIES IN POBTUUI
Carletoa T. Roberts, who came
to Salem In 1890 and was for
more than 20 years associated
with the Bishop store, died in
Portland early Sunday morning
after an illness of seven months.
He was 66 years old. Mr. Rob
erts was a brother of John J. Rob
erts and Mrs. W. I. Staley of
For the past two years he had
lived in Portland, where he was
superintendent for the state insti
tute for the blind there. Fifteen
rears previous to going to Port
land, he conducted a large fruit
orchard at Hood River, and prior
to that time and after he left Sa
lem he was in charge of a Bishop
store In Portland.
The last day of December. 1902
the wedding of Roberts and Miss
Lenore Kay, sister of State Trea
surer Kay, occurred at the old
Kay home here. Children who
survive are: Imogene at home;
Carlyle, student at Whitman col
lege; Harry Kay Roberts, with
the William Whitefeld company of
Portland: and Kingsley. student
at O. S. C. Miss Gertrude Roberts
of Portland, another sister, also
Funeral services will be held at
the Flnley parlors In Portland this
afternoon at 2:30 o clock.
MARSHFIELD. Ore.. Mar. 4.
(AP) The coast guard cutter
Redwing was released from serr
Ice oa. the stranded submarine
steamer Sujameco today by Cap
tain Breanaa of Lloyds, after
Brennan received word that two
tracks and the tug Arrow No. 3
of Astoria would arrive today
with ground gear with which the
steamer will attempt to pull her
self off the beach. The Sujameco
ran aground Friday morning aft
er she had lost her position la the
fog. " x
Preparations were being made
today .to hare the tug tow the
great anchor of the Sujameco oat
on a barge to a position beyond
the vessel where ' It will be
dropped. Tackle will be ran from
the anchor to the Sujameco aad
tomorrow the ship will try to pall
herself lato deeper water.
The bar was roughening late
today and the possibility was seen
that the weather will prevent the
getting up of the ground tackle;
Captain J. F. Carlsoa aad Chief
Engineer Kontje of the Sujameco
came ashore today for the first
time since their charge grounded.
3 KILLED. 3 HUT
SPOKANE, Mar. 4. (AP)
Three men were killed, three were
Injured and halt of the Great
Northern railroad's mall train "No.
27 was hurtled over a 200 foot
embankment by a great saowsllde
that sheared off six cars as the
train was entering a tunnel near
Slugleshot. Mont., this morning,
word received here tonight said.
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President Hoover Honored
by Vast Throngs on His
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ands stood la the driving rain
waiting to do honor to the fore
most two Americans. They filled
the long rows of water soaked
stands lining the route; they
perched upon perilous, slippery
ledges of buildings flanking ue
street: Drinninr windows were
filled with peering faces, and roof
tops were heavy with humanity.
On the capitol plaza, the thous
ands with water dripping clothes,
saw Mr. Hoover kiss a verse In the
Bible which sealed his fealty to
his countrymen. That verse said:
"Where there Is no vision the peo
ple perish: but he that keepeth
Long line of Marchers
Pays Hoover Trumte
Aad whea that solemn ceremony
was over ther remained defiant
of the weather to see the Impres
sive tribute paid to the Incoming
head of the natloa by represen
tatives of nearly every grouplas
of American life. The army, the
navy, the marine corps, the coast
ruard. coventors, governor s
staffs, patriotic organisations.
marching clubs, and bands tramp
ed the wet, pool studded pave
ments until late la the day to la-
lute the aew commander la chief.
He stood in a reviewing stand la
front of the White House, glow
ing with pleasure, and by bis side
the new first lady of the land, an
imated' with Interest, wared her
hand' In numerous salutes.
When the oarade ended and
President Hoover entered his new
home, its occupant of yesterday
was speeding toward the quietness
of Northampton. Mass.. seeking
the rest of a private citizen. He
had become former President Coo
lidge, but he took with him happy
memories of the expressions of
friendship showered upon htm on
his last day In office.
Coolidge and Wife
Leave Capitol Early
Mr. and Mrs. Coolidge did not
remala for the Inaugural parade.
With President Hoover Installed
as chief executive of the nation
Mr. Coolidge entered aa automo
bile with Mrs. Coolidge, was driv
en to the Union station, and
boarded a train for the city where
he started the career that led to
the presidency. Cheers rang la his
ears as he departed and there was
a smile upon his usually stern
Inauguration day In Washington
means lust that. Tne train or
events leading up to the ceremon
ial Installation of. the president
and vice president began at 10
o'clock la the morning waea the-
two central figures started tor the
White House to Joia President aad
Mrs. Coolidge. Mr. Hoover rode
with Mrs. Hoover la a White
House automobile from his home
oa 8 street, wane senator uurus
and his sister, Mrs. Edward E.
Cann, proceeded to the exeeutlre
maasloa la a eoagressioaal car.
Hoover aad Coolidge
After a short stay at the White
House the official party, includ
ing President aad Mrs. Coolidge
departed la a motor calvaeade for
the capitol, Mr. Coolidge aad Mr.
Hoover riding together with aa
escort of three troops of cavalry,
FOft ADULT MINDS. ONLY
? Children under sixteen years 1
y positively not admitted .
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Vice Presldeat Dawes was not a
member of the group, being at his
post as presiding officer of the
senate. There were billows of ap
plause as the presidential ear
passed along the avenue, ana ootn
Coolidge aad Hoover kept busy
acknowledging the noisy, enthus
iastic greetings from the packed
sidewalks and stands.
Reaching the capitol. President
Coolidge and his succesor-to-be en
tered the president's room on the
senate side, aad there awaited the
momeat for the laductloa lato of
fice of Mr. Curtis, who tor years
hadbeea republican senate leader.
Curtis took.-the gavel from the
heads of Vice Presldeat Dawes be
fore aa assembly la which .were
intermingled the - brilliant uni
forms of diplomats, army and navy
officers, the sombre robes of the
Justices of the supreme court, and
the formal attire of some members
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junction suit earlier, stating that
it seem!ngjy preferred to ferine
the injunction suit at a late hour
Just prior to adjournment.'' As a
matter of fact the suit was started
Just a few hours after the resolu
tion had been finally passed. EvenJ
so, however, there were efforts to
rush the resolution through at tho
last moment and then stampede to
the secretary of state's office for
the money before the machine rv of
the law had time to act qn the in
junction. A cold blooded analysis
of the situation indicates that the
failure of these tactics was one of
the chief causes of subsequent leg
Circuit Judge McMahan of Sa
lem also came In for strong con
demnation at the hands of the leg
islators. McMahan happened to be
the proper Judge to sign the tem
porary restraining order that
caused so much discomfiture.
Since bond .was put up and tho
papers were all in order, he had
no choice but to sign the order.
Report has it, however, that he
believes the suit is well founded
in law, and as a result there is
sentiment among the lawmakers
to file an affidavit of prejudice
against McMahan, which will take
the matter out of his hands.
10 HOUR IN 010
OIL BATTLE L00M9
CHICAGO, March 4. (AP)
The forces of John D. Rockefeller,
Jr., with thousands of proxies In
metal cases under armed guard,
moved Into the enemy camp today
on one oi tne last Bairmisuee i
their fight to oust Colonel Robert
W. Stewart as chairman of the
board of directors of the Standard
OH eompany of Indiana.
Al Smith Smiles
As Hoover Talks
PALM BEACH, Fla., Mar. 4
(AP) At about the same uoar
that Herbert Hoover was taxing
the oath of office as president to
dv. Alfred H. Smith, his demo
cratic opponent for the office, left
here with a party of
aa unannounced norther poiat.
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President Portes Gil Says
Government Forces Con
- tro! Situation
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He asserted that the movement
was led by a dissatisfied military
political group and would be
Further Territory y
While the government claimed
that the revolt was restricted
fmerely to Vera Cms and Sonora.
the revolutionary leaders claimed
that the state of Sinaoloa. Chihua
hua. Durango, and Coahulla have
joined actively la the movemeat.
As yet no clsshes between loyal
troops aad the insurgents hare
been reported. , Because of the
great distance of 'most of the af
fected states from Mexico City,
with the exception of Vera Crn.
fighting Is not thought likely ror
some time. -If It comes, it prob
ably will be la Vera Crax.
General Roberto Crux with 5000
men was reported marching on
Guadalajara city, while General
Sorosteeta was massing troops
nAr Guanajuato, Michoacan, to
march on Colima. Both were stat
ed to have joined the revolution.
During the day the reoeis con
solidated their position along the
northern boundary of Sonora tak.
ing command of the three princi
pal border cities which are key
ports of entry to the United States.
PARIS. Mar. 4 (AP) ' The
inauguration of Herbert Hoover
has attracted more attention In
France than that of any American
president since George Washing
ton' took office under -the seal of
All newspapers printed copious
descriptions of the ceremony at
Washington today. President Hoo
ver's inaugural speech was repro
duced verbatim in several papers
while others gave voluminous ex
tracts' and supplemented them
with lengthy comment.
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ranged for before his departure.
NOG ALES, Sonora, M ex.. Mar.
4. (AP) General Francisco
Borques. commander of the 64 th
cavalry and- 28th Infantry regi
ments, tonight ; relieved General
Manuel M. Agulrre, as commander
of the military district corerlag
all the aorthera Sonora border
points, on which Nogales is the
strategical center. .
EAGLE PASS. Te.. Mar. 4.
(AP) All rail traffic from
Che United States to Plodra -Ne
graft, across the ."border from
here,, vas halted this afternoon
on orders from Che superinten
dent of the Mexican interna
tional lines at Monclova, The
order stopped passenger as well
as freight trains. Traffic over
the foot and vehicle bridge had
not been disturbed tonight,
VERA CRUZ. Mar. 4. (AP)-
General Jesus Maria Agulrre, head
of the revolutionary -movemeat la
the state of Vera Crus. la a stats-
meat to the Associated Press to
night, said the revolt of which his
activities are a part Is headed by
General Jose Gonzalo Escobar,
former federal military chief in
the state of Coahulla.
CHESTER, Pa., Mar. 4. (AP)
The revolt against the constitu
tional government of Mexico was
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K KL- PASO, Tex. Mar. 4.
(AP) Fire thousand federal
troot wider .Commander Gen
eral Fimnctsca UriMlego engag
ed large body of revolutionists
in pitched battle that lasted
several hour this afternoon, re
ports from the battle cone said
EDINBURGH Tex., Mar. 4.
(Up ) Colonel H. Ramlres, In
command of approximately 1,000
federal, troops at Reynosa, across
the Rio Grande, declared emphat
ically today that his men would
remain loval to the government.
MEXICO crrr, Mar. 4. (AP)
Campaign headquarters of Jose
Vascoacelos, candidate ror the
nomination of the "antl-reelection-
ist' party for the Mexican pres-
ldsncy to succeed Emilio Portes
Gil Issued a manifesto tonight de
claring he did not support the
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SPRINGFIELD, Mass., Mar. 5.
(Tuesday) (AP) Former Pres
ldeat Calvin Coolidge returned to
his home state of Massachusetts
early today. The train bearing his
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