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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1929)
The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon. Sun!a Morning, jlay 19. 192:?
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TWO CASUALTIES IN ONE are recorded in this photo, showing a rider and horse falling side-
wise, bringing down another horse and rider after jump at Cambridge University steeple
chase, Cottenham, England.
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MOVIES CLAIM RABIN
i DRANATH TAGORE, famous
pcet-philosopher of India,
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' in front of his house in Calcutta.
NAMED PRESIDENTS THIRD
SECRETARY, Walter B. New
ton, for ten years a member of
the national house of represent
atives from Minnesota, will act
as "liaison officer" between the
chief executive and congress and
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TOPPLING CRANE carrying six tons of lumber for new Mer
chandise Mart in Chicago kills two.
FIRST PICTURE ON BOMBAY,
INDIA, RIOTS, showing an
armed guard Over natives arrest
ed during Hindu-Mohammedan
fighting. More than 100 persons
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RAMSAY MACDONALD'S GRANDDAUGHTERS, Bridget
and Jean Mac Donald, learn cooking in an open air nursery
school in England, while granddad, former Labor premier.
maneuvers nis party for coming general election.
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WAR HORSES OP RUS
SIAN REVOLUTION a ma
chine gun detachment passes
reviewing stand in a military
demonstration in Red Square,
NEW TURKEY STEPS OUT
when Mustapha Kernel Pasha,
president of the republic,
dances with his adopted
daughter, Nebile Hanim, at
a ball given in Constanti
nople to celebrate her mar
riage to the secretary of the
Turkish embassy in Vienna.
TESTING WINES BLIND
FOLDED. M. Etude is one of
,30 experts in Paris, France, con
test determining origin and date
of vintage by taste.
PORTRAIT OF NAVY'S new
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leans yachtsman and
large drydock and shipping in-.
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GOING TO ATTEMPT AT-
MOVED ACROSS STREET, this Church of Our Lady
Loudres, Chicago, is none the worse. The undertaking
required 200 workmen, four stationary tractors, 50,000
feet of steel cable, 3,000 stel rollers, 4,000 jacks and
50,000 feet of timber.
LANTIC FLIGHT, Mildred
Johnson sails from New York
to join three men in the plane
."Rohrbach Rostra which is
scheduled to take off from
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CONVICTED OF ATTEMPTING TO BRIBE the president of CHIEF, George W. Olvany
Queens Borough, New York City, George U. Harvey, in behalf of suddenly precipitates a scram-j
certain sewer contractors, Frank H. Berg, left, and Albert L. Levin ble for leadership of tha
threatened revelations. . Harvey exposed them.' famous New York City Dem-
CREAM OF GOLF PLAYERS take part in annual international fourball tournament on Miami. Fla.. country club course. Left
to right: Willie MacFarlane, Walter Hagen, Leo Diegel, Harry Hampton, Gene Sarazen, Charley Mayo, George Christ. Johnny
Farrell, Ed. Dudley. Clarence Hackney, Craig Wood, Johnny Golden, Billy Burke. Henry Cuki. Joe Turnesa, Al Espinosa.