The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Thursday Morning, Jane 27, 1929 PAGE EIGHT KITS HIT BY VIRGINIAN Cleaning House Policy Is Advocated; Repression Grows in State Aviator, 21, Is Burned to Death as Plane Catches on t Fire; Is Held in by Belt RICHMOND. Va., June 26. (AP) Excoriating tbe democrat ic party for what be termed flag rant abusea of political power.and Infringement npon the rights and liberties of the people. Henry W. Anderson, of Richmond, in his keynote address to the Virginia republican contention tonight called for the removal from pow er ot those guilty of its abuses . as the only teznedy. "Tb remedy fur this situation Ues, not through changes in the structure of government, but in the spirit,' Mr. Anderson said. - "This can only be effected by the complete remoral from power of those guilty 'of its abuses, by the restoration of popular government in spirit and in fact. We must not only smash the machine, we must also smash the spirit which makes the machine possible in Virginia." Repression Spirit Grows Mr. Anderson said a spirit of political repression had grown up in Virginia, its present phase be ginning "with the proclamation of the constitution of 1902 by the mandate of 47 men." He asserted that the state had been ruled for many years by a small group of men who perpetuated their con trol through use of electors mach inery and by support ofjthe . ffice holding organization. " The speaker denounced the dem ocratic party for alleged waste and inefficiency in state and coun ty government and for failure to carry out campaign promises. I ST 1 F. i a MEDFORD. Ore.. June 26. AP) Investigation by the sher iff's office here Into the mysteri ous stabbing of Clay Biles, 35, Foots creek miner. Monday night, brought tbe opinion today from the sheriff that the stabbing was "a family affair with an element of self-defense." Biles was stabbad once In the neck, twice in the chert and a gash in his throat missed the jug ulaf vein b ya narrow margin. The Injured mountaineer and hl3 two brothers, who brought him to Gold Hill for medical attention, refused to give any details of the affray. Biles' corilltion was reported satisfactory today with danger from Infection the only fear. A deputy sheriff visited th,e wounded man yesterday, Biles' brothers maintained their silence with the proviso that "they not want to talk unle! someh'n serious happens." They said Biles was subject to vloleut firt3 ci temper. ROOSEVELT FIELD, N. T., June 26. (AP) Held to a blaz ing plane by a safety belt, Fran cis Phillips, 21 year old son of tbe late John M. Phillips, so-called "Queens sewer pipe king," burned to death under the- eyes of 200 persons today as his plane overturned la landing and caught fire. Conscious for several moments as the flames roared around him, Phillips, a cripple i3aued Instruc tions and then entreaties to the mechanics and fliers who were making rain efforts to Quench the fire and reach him. Phillips' passenger on the death ride, Henry R. Goldsmith, was critically injured and burned. Tbe plane, a little two seater, had Just taken off the field and was about 15' feet in the air when its motor failed. Phillips apparent ly attempted to turn it to make a landing on a smooth stretch but then nosed to the ground and burst into 'flames. Goldsmith was thrown several feet clear but burning oil ignited his clothes. The safety belt held Phillips helpless. Phillips had been a non-com merclal flier for several months. He gained considerable publicity last winter when he attempted to reach safe deposit boxes in Mon treal banks to remove securities and papers of his late father be fore state officials who had in vestigated the Queen' sewer scan dals could have them Impounded. Although he flew fb Montreal as he thought secretly the investigat ors learned of his movement and had .the boxes sealed. The son inherited one third of hi father's estate, reputed to be several million dollars. Toung Phillips was married secretly last June to Helen Carroll Baines, who was described at the time as a New York and Philadelphia so ciety girl. An Infant daughter and his mother also survive him. HIKE PLANNED FOR 'Y' YOUTHS HOPKS PROVE FALSE LONDON, June 27. (AP) The British admiralty tonight said that it had sent to Premier Primo de Rivera no communication to the efefct that a British seaplane searching for Major Ramon Fran co had sighted wreckage. It said that the report of the sighting was Incorrect. TO DEDICATE CAMP Dedication of the building at the T- W. C. A. camp near lle hama. is scheduled for Sunday, July 7, at which time the Salem Lions, who erected the building, will hold a picnic at the camp. Affair Preliminary to An nual Camp to be Held July 23-Aug. 5 Boys who are going to the Y. M. C. A. Summer camp at Elk lake July 22 to August 5, and those who have attended previous camps; will participate In an over nighfhike Friday and Saturday of this week. They will leave the Y. at 4 p. m., Friday, returning be fore noon Saturday after spend ing the night in the open. Base ball and swimming will be diver sions in addition to the ca'mpfire rally and a camp breakfast About 25 boys are expected to participate. The boys' camp this year, the ninth annual camp, promtsas to be one of the most successful of the series. Tho site chosen at Elk lake is especially well adapted to the purpose, and the interest be in? shown indicates that the limit enrollment of 60 boys wjll be reached several days before camp opens. Instructors Named The camp this year will be in charge of Ivan White, boys' work secretary, and "Bob" oBardman, physical director at the Salem Y-. Chief George Bent, ex-Carlisle football star, will be on hand again to have charge of nature study, Indian craft and the camp fire. Burton, former boys' work director and one of the best camp cooks in the northwest, will be in charge of the commissary and culinary department. Leo Simons, Portland Mazama, will direct na- WaterSpQf T Varnisti Lacquer esa Enamel The only finish worth while for porch and lawn furniture is a real water-proof varnish. Even if it rained hot water, no harm would be done to Water Spar varnish and enamels. Sold by WELLER HARDWARE AND PAT NT 8TORE 428 Court St. Telephone 530 Travelers' Cheques Save Embarrassment When Traveling ELIMINATE the inconvenience of cashing per gonal checks in cities where you are not tnowa No delays: no inconveniences: just present the cheques at any Hotel or Bank and they will be' promptly cashed. If lost or stolen, your uncountersigned cheques will be refunded. They are. issued in convenient denominations, bound in leather wallets. . 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Weatherforrt nf at bany as a regent of Oregon State college, the Pendleton Commer cial association has presented him ""i a jfenaieton Indian robe. F 000 CODE NOT TQ MAKE MONEY dy Captain, 24, Klamath reserva tion Indian, after a Jury found him guilty today of voluntary manslaughter. Cantata was convicted for slay ing Morris Lotches, fellow Klam ath reservation Indian, in the Captain home at Modoc Point, April 5. Dr. Douglas Says New Or dinance But Another Step in Program The new food establishment ordinance drawn up by the county health officer. Alderman Purvine and City Attorney Williams and to be submitted to the city coun ell shortly, is but another step in protection to the people of Salem, Dr. Vernon A. Douglas, county health officer, said Wednesday afternoon In a statement to the Statesman. It is not, .he said, de signed to raise funds for the city, the ordinance Itself providing fees shall be used only In enforc ing the law. 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Klamath Indian Gets 8 Years at McNeil Island PORTLAND, Ore., June 25 (AP) A sentence of eight years at McNeil island was meted Ed LOCI MERCK 1T1ID ran E Kn memos local merchants and store employes were in attend ance at the opening sessions of the business institute held at tne sa lm chamber of commerce rooms Wednesday under the auspices of the Oregon State college exten sion service. The institute will continue this forenoon and afternoon but the meeting scheduled for tonight has been cancelled. At 10 o'clock this forenoon. Prof. E. E. Bosworth will discuss "Budgeting of Busi ness." and at the 2 p. m. session. Prof. H. T. Vance will discuss "Store Lighting." NEW STAGE LINE Redmond is going to have an other stage line to Portland. It will be conducted over tho Wa pinitia cut-off, making the trip from Redmond to Portland In .5 -hours. Vacation time is here. Be sure you have The Oregon Statesman Travel Accident Insurance policy before yon go. 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