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Salem, Oregon, Friday Moniinr, Fcbrnaiy 28, 1930
6,793 v u n mv v 'l u u j, u yy3S i u.iu yxui!JLiyjuu
' I -
OF COAST ROI
I IS AUTHORIZED
Highway North From Tilla
mook Improved by Com
! mission's Order
Old Fight Over Wilson River
t Road Resumed at Hear
i ing Yesterday
Land Found in
PORTLAND. "Ore., Feb. 21.
(AP) From the sawmill In Tilla
mook town north to Juna, the
tats highway commission today
approved a project which will cost
$200,000. Of this sum the City
of Tillamook will contribute 115,-
00. The project will keep the
Oregon coast highway on one side
f the railroad with an overhead
crossing at Juno. There will be a
new bridge over the Wilson river.
This was the most important
action taken at today's meeting
f the commission here.
The old problem of a short
'route from Portland to the Ore
; - rtm coast reared its battered epd
' at today's meet-nr and came neas
to breaking np the meeting, me
result of much earnest and some
times acrid discussion was to make
it apparent that whatever route
the commission finally selects, it
will have the unanimous opposi
tion of the advocates of all other
Many Interests Are
Represented at Meet
Delegations representing -many
of the coast counties, commercial
clubs, civic organisations aad the
state chamber of commerce at
tended the meeting, which was
held at the court house nere.
..These delegations presented a
petition asking that the highway
commission conduct a survey to
determine the shortest and most
economical route from Portland
tto the sea. Resolutions were pre
sented from various .clubs and
chambers of comme.-ce in Clatsop
and Tillamook counties, at well
as from local organizations, stat
ing that whatever decision Is
made by the commission would be
supported and not contested.
At thia point, Tillamook county
delegates objected arcd-atated.tlet-ly
that their county would Insist
on construction oi me v uson n
er road let the commission build
whatever other short routes it
This opened the controversy
Highway commissioner pro
pounded the question to the dele
gates whether a short route to the
Pacific should taae pieccuc..
over completion of the Oregon
eoast highway. The commission is
now concentrating on the coast
highway and trying to compile .
as soon as possible. The only an
swer was that some delegates
considered a short route to the
sea extremely vital; that it should
be built in conjunction with the
After all was said and done,
the commission, as on previous
ainnn. took no action.
Various county delegations P.
peared, asking for road won.
Benton county wants a road
paved between Corvallis and Philomath.
W 'POKED ALICE'
RAPID CITY. S. D.. Feb. 27.-
(AP) "Poker Alice" Tubbs, 77.
picturesque character of the old
west where she was a fixture in
the mining camps of the gold
rush era coppered her last bet
today and lost. Ironic was the
faU which permitted her to come
unhurt .througn numerous gam
bling gun fights to die after an
From the Pecos to the Colo
rado, through gold fields. Tona
pah and Butte, "Poker Alice." In
the 0's dealt her cards. Faro
here, chuch-a-luck there now and
then a bit of craps, they were all
the same to the girl.
-, AnHati of tne -Dig snow oi
border days, Alice numbered
among her acquaintance '"Wild
Bill" Hlekock, "Calamity Jane."
"Deadwood Dick," "Tex" Rlek
.tA and others who took their
whiskey neat, their cards high.
; . "
Capt. Hjalmar Russer-lrsen, of
the Norwegian expedition,
which Is reported to have dis
covered new land in the Ant
arctic. The vacharted ley
wastes which have been drag
a-ed oat of the mist lie 71 de-
arrees south latitude and 12 de-
- gre?3 west longitude. . This
ftoosU bring It spproxfaaately
; between Eaderby Land
Another Day Granted Liquor
Advocates to Recite AH
Cincinnati Pastor Tells Sad
Story Against Prohibi
III FRENCH CABINET
Right and Left Factions in
Chamber of Deputies
WASHINGTON. Feb. 27 (AP)
A return to the states of author
ity to regulate manufacture and
sale of liqnor was advocated re
peatedly toda by witnesses before
the house Judiciary committee.
A clergyman from the midwest
and an industrialist from the east
were among those who argued
that prohibition was wreaking
evil and should be repealed. Plans
had called for those opposed to
the 18th amendment to complete
their ease today, bnt so many re
mained who wanted to he heard
that Chairman Graham granted
them another day before the dry
side will be presented. XoflPW
was set as that dayj I , ! j
The Rev. John Mallck. pastor
of the First Unitarian-Con grega
tlonalist church at Cincinnati, de
clared the only way to enforce
prohibition was to turn responsi
bility over "to a fanatical group
who believe In It," adding: "Then
you would have a state of terror"
worse than pre-pronipiuon condi
Pierre 8. Du Pont, chairman of
the board of the B. I. Du Pont de
Tariff cn hasher
Agon U Defected .
WASHINGTON, Feb. Z7.
AP) The senate to
night rejected the Jones
proposal for a tariff on soft
wood lumber. The vote was
S9 to S4.
The amendment was sup
ported by nine democrats
and 25 republicans, while 10
republicans and 20 demo
crats opposed it.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 87.
(AP) After conferences
with several senators. Sena
tor Jones, republican, Wash
ington, modified his lumber
tariff proposal tonight to
apply a duty of $3 Instead
of S3 a thousand feet.
The cut was expected to
win several-additional votes
for a lumber tariff.
The Washington senator
proposed the modification
on the suggestion f Sena
tor Tram roe 11, democrat
Senator Jones later ac
cepted an amendment to In
clude railroad ties and tele
graph and telephones in bis
This was suggested by
Senator McNary, republican,
ASA KEYES TO
Hopes for New Trial Dashed
By Decision of State's
Former District Attorney of
Los Angeles Must Serve
Time for Bribery
Death Nears For
Taft Say Doctors
Former President and Chief Justice of United Margin of Nine Votes Saves
States Supreme Court Is Expected to Pass
Away Within Short Time, Report
Government From Fate
Met by French
8E If FT TO FI1E
All Possible Equipment and
Cargo Ordered Removed
From Ship's Hull
8 AN FRANCISCO, Feb. 17.
(AP) The state supreme court
today ended the hopes of Asa
Keyes, former Los Angeles coun
ty district attorney, and B. H.
Rosenberg for a new trial on bri
i bery charges growing out of the
prosecution by Keyes of tne Ju
lian petroleum ease. ,
The court denied their peuuon
for a hearing at which eounsei
for both men planned to move for
retrial on the grounds that the
trial judge erred in his Instruc
tions to the jury and that the ev
idence was insufficient to war
rant the convictions. Moreover,
they expected to attack the in
dictments' "as - failing; to - state
facts sufficient ' to epnsutute a
While admitting that neyes
could not properly he charged
with a criminal conspiracy, the
supreme court held that the In
dictment contained "ample alle
gations -showing an unlawful
agreement on his part to accept
a bribe from the other defen
dant, which is all that Is required
to charge the offense of bribery."
Keyes Is now in the uon An
geles county jail, while Rosen
berg has already started serving
his sentence of from one to i
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27. (AP) Death drew closer to
William Howard Taft tonigfit while this capital,
wherein his accomplishments as president and chief justice
had won him the world s respect, sadly awaited the inevitable.
Time and again the physicians who have been attending
By FRANK H. KING
Associated Press Staff Writer
him since his collapse had been by his bedside. Relapses had The natal ' conference breathed
a i u a a lis l a tx t" wfc ww I . .
been ioiiowea Dy partial rames, duz ut. Francis n. xiagner easier tonight after prime miu-
said "there is no hone for his "ter MacDonaid's labor govem-
rnuorw onir . mnmimnit mem naa won me VOTft on ine
.m ' u ft coal bill. 280 to 271.
wu umjf uc iciiipumijf. N -eriongj- thought the
At the best the former government would be defeated.
president nas been given but
short time to live. His breathing
is constantly more difficult, his
blood circulation Is st low ebb.
his heart may give way at any
time and he can take very little I
PARIS, Feb. 27. (APX The
gap between the policies of the
deadlocked right and left parties
in the French chamber of depu
ties widened teday as former Pre
mier Andre Tardleu attempted to
reassemble a government to suc
ceed the short-lived Chautemps
The defeat of Chautemps still
rankles in the minds of the pow
erful left groups, particularly the
radical-socialists, who are the
largest single party in the cham
ber, and their opposition became
open and decisive today.
Working with the aim of form
ing a "wide concentration cabin
et," M. Tardieu attempted to
bring the radical socialists into
the fold by offering the ministry
of foreign affairs to former Pre
mier Edouard Harriot. Herriot.
however, holding M. Tardieu re
sponsible for the defeat of Cana
ille Chautemps and backed by his
party's refusal to cede the min
istry of the interior to another
party, refused the post and
pledged his enure party against
The political crisis is almost
certain to last for several days.
It is not only a ministerial crisis,
but a fight that has brought the
chief political divisions In
France head-on against one another.
ASTORIA. Ore.. Feb. 27.
t at tv. a tinii nf thn steamshio
VTIlmlnA. I X '
nemours company, . ""-- Admiral Benson, auer us cargo , g Quentin prison,
ton. Delaware, said he had eon- Md all ipment and fittings of yer8 ln an wuenun priBO
eluded after a five-year study that 0i110 i,,,. hpn removed, will be . .vTnma
prohibition was a failure. H ad- left to di8integraie on the sands R former district attorney,
vocated establishment of state con- of Peacock gpIt at the mouth of maa, brl6f and matter of fact
troi tnrougn commiasiyus u4 tne coiumwa mer, represent- tonlrht on the refusal
saloon league members, ministers tlTes of the nnderwrlters said In 0f tne California supreme court
and "our best citiiens." tn announcement released here t0 grant him a hearing at which
Business Men Are today by officials of the Pacific v. ni.nm.,) to ask for a new trial
AUa Heard From S-ivare eomnanv. Heavy tackle I v ,IKarv altarrM rrnvtnf Otlt of
Other witnesses included Ray- nattied to the site of the wreck Droecution of the JuMan petrol-
mond Pitcairn, a rnnaaeipnia tor an attempt to pull the vessel eum corporation stock over-issue
manufacturer; ti. n. vurrau 0lf tne Splt W1U De reiurnea nere. cafies. .
tnhn Rehhart. nresident and dlreo- The Admiral Benson grounded r Tnti it Keven said. He
tor of research, respectively, for and Captain Charles C. Gra- exhibited no emotion. Keyes al-
the association against tne i""1 ham, master, !o6t his license tor ready has spent more than 12
amendment; Aieianaer uncom,, Bix months yesterday waen ne months in the Los Angeles eoun
of Boston: Robert M. Harris, a beaded guilty to a charge of neg- ty iail.
vw Tork broker: Fabian Frans l licence before United States 1 t did not expect them to give
Hn. & New Tors: autnor; nenrj steamboat Inspectors it. js.. xa- ma a new trial , ne saia. -iay-
A 1 ill Ak 1 . . . T A. a I . A. - A 11 AS1
iiiii Johnston. represenunK " tnoier ana jonn js. wynu i be it is lust as wen, anomenriai
voluntary committee of lawyers, J Portland. would have meant another long
of New York; and Cole E. Mor- Heavy seas crashing over tho fight and another long period of
gan, a reporter for tne tiearsi trn of tne ,nip have damaged suspense.
nAwananem ia 4tarfni nf th vennel. salvare until nis COBTICUUU, WM unu
All assailed the dry laws as comDany officials said tonight, spent 25 years of his life in the
bringing about a lawless rouuiu After bulkhead doors nave oeen
in the country ana destroying smashed and the tide moves free-
principle of American govern- j jn and out of tne engine room.
ment. . . .... the superstructure Is wreefcea
rn Pont said ne was oouduui broB-en but the forward hoiaa,
that prohibition had brought any where most of the cargo Is
nrosnerity in the nation m yu stored, were said to be in gooa
past ten years. He said many big conditlon. A one inch cable has
industrialists benevea in pruuim- Deen rigged from the snip to tne
Hon for theworking classes, but 1 bAach and over this the cargo.
eauinment and fittings will De
moved to shore.
Several automobiles carried on
the after deck of the steamer
were reported destroyed by heavy
The Admiral Benson was
owned by the Pacific Steamship
company. She was said to be
valued at about $450,000.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27 (AP)
A resolution to direct the inter
state commerce commission to for
bid the proposed consolidation of
the Great Northern and Northern
Pacific railroads was introduced
today by Senator Dill, democrat,
The resolution asserted 'that
the consolidation which has been
conditionally apporved by the In
E. U. HOBSON SUED
FDR DIVORCE HERE
not for themselves.
Held by British, Japs arid
IS HIRED III COURT
Woman Claims to Have Been nourishment.
Mother and Daughter
but the mere possibility of such
an eventuality was enough to stir
conference circles, with a possible
change of government added to
the difficulty caused by the upset
of affairs in France.
With MacDonaid's government
Common Law Spouse of
4,i Noted CarioonistUii
RAPPERS IN STATE
rnTTT 'vn Ore.. Feb. 27
iap Harold Clifford, state
ram a warden, today announced
that between 1500 and 2000 Ore
rn rnnr- will be arrested on
charges of failing to make re
ports for the 1928-29 trapping
.a. .ami - ruffor dsald the "40 per
rennrt deficiency" was dis-
-nvered recently and submitted
E. H. Hobson, widely known
Salem physician, was named de
fendant in a divorce action filed
against him in circuit eourt late
Thursday by Audrey D. Hobson.
Mrs. Hobson asks no other favor
from the court ln her petition ex
cept a divorce declining to ask
for suit money, attorney fees or
alimony. All property rights
have been settled snd there are
v Cruel and inhuman treatment
Is the basis of the action. Mrs.
Hobson specifically described the
cruelty as follows
dant had on many occasions
all for the
NEW TORK. Feb. 17. (AP)
Testimony that the late Clare
Briggs, newspaper cartoonist.
asked her to witness that he took
Marie C. Briggs as. his wife, was
offered by Virginia Hammond,
negro maid, at the opening to
day of Mrs. Briggs suit for rec
ognition as the artist's legal widow.
The maid said she had accom
panied Mrs. Briggs, then known
as Maggie Toohey, to the Briggs'
country home at Bound uroot,
N. J., ln August 1929. Mr. Briggs
she said, followed her Into a
room where Miss Toohey was
working and took Miss Toohey in
M Vlrginia, I want you to be
witness to this,' " the witness
quoted Briggs as saying. " '1
want you to witness that I am
taking Maggie here to be my
Theodore A. Lesser, Briggs' at
torney, testified the cartoonist
had asked his advice about mar
rying Miss Toohey. The lawyer
said Briggs dreaded the notoriety
he believed would be caused by
the marriage because his first
wife, Mrs. Ruth Owen Briggs,
had named Miss Toohey as co
respondent in her divorce suit.
Mr. Lesser said he suggested
marriage ln another , state, but
Briggs feared the New Tork pa
pers would get the news by tele
graph. Next he suggested a com
mon law . marriage before other
Reuben A. Lewis, Briggs' son-in-law
denied that Briggs consid
ered Miss Toohey his wife. Hen
ry Staton, manager of a newspa
per syndicate, gave similar tes
timony. The court reserved decision.
If Mary Briggs gets legal rec
ognition as Briggs' widow she
will have the right to contest his
will and claim a share In his $40,-
000 estate, which he willed to his
divorced wife and his three children.
(1aa Hw RaiIIa
-Mrsi Taft and their daughter.
Mrs. Helen Taft Manning, are
near the afflicted man. Robert
A., and Charles P. Taft, in Cin
dnnati, hare been told of the
critical condition of their father.
Grief spread through Washing
ton with word that the country's
17th president and tenth chief
Justice, was about to die. The
president and Mrs. Hoover called
off their reception to members of
the house of representatives
scheduled for tonight. Other so
cial functions likewise were aban
doned. The doctor's bulletin de-
sparing that Mr. Taft could sur
vive was read to the house
At First of Tear
Aged 72, Mr. Taft suffered his
serious breakdown late In Janu
ary and resigned from the chief
Justiceship as a result on Febru
ary 3. That same day he was
brought back to Washington from
Asheville, N. C, where he had
been seeking to recuperate. He
was pronounced "a very 111 man"
then. For a week or so an im
provement ln his condition was
reported every day. Then the
physicians for some time said he
was "uncnanged." Finally re
lapses began to recnr and those
close to him have feared again
and again that the end was Immi
nent. He has been holding on to
life by a slender thread, however,
and there was no saying tonight
Just how long he would be able
to endure the strain
Al . 1 A t A.A...S t Itl r .1. .
mieiy over u com qui ,bu w 'iiiii 1
conference, wV! coxit!ue; h; tT- I jU
f si course tomorrow; tits deciiidfcs I ! 1 1 H I
ISSUES ARE FICED
still needing the approval of the
French delegation when It re
Envoys Meet Leaving
Italy's Delegate Out
A series. of significant three-
cornered conferences between
American, Japanese and British
delegates signalized theactlvitles
today of the revived naval conference.
Whether the United States ana
Japan 'are any nearer as a result
of today's meeting, particularly
the Japanese desire for seventy
per cent of the big cruiser ton
nage of the United States, was net
announced tonight. The general
belief in American conference .
circles still Is, however, that the
two countries will be able to work
out a compromise which will sat
isfy themselves as well as Great
Britain and France, which are
Indirectly interested in this com
promise becoming part of the
five-poer disarmament treaty
American and British spokes
men today reiterated their state
ments of yesterday that there
was no foundation whatever for
reports that either had proposed
or acquiesced ln a project- for a
three power pact here. t
Statement Not Taken
Seriously by Newspaper
Tes despite the lengthy state
ment Issued by the official Brit
ish spokesman yesterday one of
the London morning newspapers
announced the conference aimed
at a three power treaty Instead of
It was a busy day for the Am
ericans, beginning In the early
morning with a meeting called by
n,! ww Henry L. Stlmson to discuss tlie
JI11CG 1 OUay American position. Senator Reed
wno is specialising on far eastern
affairs, then called on Ambassa
dor Matsudaira of Japan for a
On his return to American
headquarters he was joined by
Colonel Stlmson and J. Theodore
Marrlnger, diplomatic adTiser atd
early this afternoon the three
went to the house of commons to
confer with Mr. MacDonald,
meanwhile. Ambassador Matej-
daira met the other Japanese
To Return to
Mark Poulsen, city recorder,
who was stricken suddenly 111,
is to be back at bis desk at the
city hall today. He w&s about
i town Thursday, saying he was
feeling greatly improved and
ready for his Job.
Poulsen said his food had been
troubling him. His physician has
prescribed a died which Poulsen
is hopeful will greatly benefit his
IN H Mi
SANTO DOMINGO, Feb. 27.
f ATM TIia ImmmtliU nnlltf-al
"Said defen- fntnre ot tne Dominican republic
was discussed today by support
ers of President Horaclo Vas-
COLTJMBUS. Ohio. Feb. 27.
t h Van winkle, state's attor- nr j.mea Howard Snook, the de- cursed at plaintiff
ney-general tor an opinion. He p0Bed Ohio State university pro- purpose of annoying and harras- Qug and tne leaders of the in
declared van wraaie lessor, toaay lost nis iaai I sing xnia puunuii. u.oi - surgents that completed their
trappers were subject to arrest for ufe and so much die ln the casions refused to stay at home tual BAiauPe of power by ma
and prosecution. ; . electric chair at Ohio penitentiary and has refused to come home at . j th cap,tal ,Mterday
rti-A to inraiA men irsuvct imnnrrnv inr jnm mnnicr di jiim im insunca oi inn dibwiui uu i . , m ..... ,
tersUte commerw commission was , Ueated were issued by Clifford Tneora Hi. OhkT state co-ed last that the last three to five years, 1 itafael Trajillo. loy-
ln defiance of the decision of the denntv game warden in june defendant has remained from . Ja-TV.
supreme court in the Northern SeTtate Eachoepnty warden 'Tctlng'with the speed which between three and four S J3Z K5of
-nriti. and would tresult .T. it . , .i ..t. tit. . r- e.vi ri ..- v- v.. rofnH oxama, at tne American legation.
' ' V I Will report iue aeujitiuv coiruiviucu mwa, i uiiiii a mm. u .
. PnrilmA Hnr1t0v Tnm A omit
OR Climbs Notch 'to Increase
TVJ Its Lead; President Hall Is
JDLTCTS Trustee of New University
in reduction ot service to the
states served by the railroads.
It added that the consolidation
ould "cause more unemployment
than already exists and will com
pel many railroad employes to
lose their positions or be com
pelled to remove their residences
to other cities at a severe finan
district to game headquarters i and his unsuccessful appeals to during said penoa oi ume to
here and complaints will be issu- .tate and federal courts, cover- come home."
nor cooper toaay listenea aiteu- The counie were marriea w Da
tively to an application by snooks Mem 0n September 28, 1912. Mrs.
TJ. S. WOMEN FETED
LONDON, Feb. 27 AP)
Seventeen wires of American nav
al delegates and advisers were
thrilled this afternoon when they
were received at Buckingham pal
ace by Queen Mary.
a an warrants obtained. The
U " " . . 1 Ml-
cases will be prosecuted n u-
trlct court here, Clifford saia.
Down and Out
Annual Glee Event Will
Occur Saturday Evening
HUBBARD. Feb. 17 (Special)
TrnloioTi of the liquid compo
sition of a radio knocked R. C
Painted unconscious at his home
Tuesday evening. Mr. Painter
had lighted a matcn near me
radio when the explosion occur
red. The top ot me mmu.
and the cap covering tho liquid
were blown clear ot the machine.
Mrs. Painter and ner mower,
Saturday night a new serenade
ong will make it appearance on
the Willamette university cam
pus according to the present plans
for the 22nd "annual Freshman
Glee of the nnlversity. m
Fred Paul is the manager of
this year's event and hs has made
arrangements to hava the univer
sity arm decorated In all ways ap
vroprlata tor tto opening festival
of the spring. A largo platform
has been Installed at one end of
the building- and thtnfs are rapid
' ly taking shape for the Saturday
- According to the tradition ot
the school every freshman elaas
AnHiAn m. musical event at which
" each class presents aeon or
.tnre determined eaeh year. This
m derided that a ero
nlde w o m 1 4 be nppronriaat
though in year, past fight song.. Mrs. Susie Ott. who
order to ascertain
i past iin mvnmm, -.1 r .hat the
L"!fM' .m"T etl,8rKcIl thTexIon-aounded
aouu uw vnu " I ... ... a a Ann final
The Judges tor this year's con- u T.nT tZJ.
test are: music, -roi. o. xvow-1 -- -
erts, Mrs, A. A. Schramm, ano i . ,
Mrs. W. K. Busn; woros, rs. w.i . Aanm to
T. Power. Miss Carol Dibble and .-r -T"..,- i
Perry Relgelman; rendition. Miss
Ruth Bedford. A. A. Schramm and
Rev, H. C. Stover; adapunuuy,
Ben Rlckli, Miss Ada Rosa and
Ur, Uartl Fen-r. - - ; -
The words for .the rresnman
class song were written by Flor
ence Marshall and the music by
the radio, Mr. Painter tuned to
and found the maenme m wwra-
CABINET MEMBEB ASKJEIV
"irT.iWTtfi C1TT- JT. Feb.
4 (AP) A department of ed-
Benv Byrd, while Muriel White ncation with a aecrexary
li-jiA m.ju. . .AunVLlVurl I fhm m resident B C&DlDet
for the aonhoinore prodaeUon. I was advocated again :by. ne e-
.i itk.rt wAt iii. 4minr Mrtmnt of auuerlntendenc . oi
tonr, and Mfldred Wllklns and the NaUonal Education masocla-
k . K a i e a. spe) n as en.
Marion Morange wrote the words iuon at looay-" seawoa
and music tor the Senlora. innai ponv-nuon.
counsel for a reprieve in order I Hobson
that they might take the case Davis.
before the state board of clem
ency. Half an hour later, he de
nied the application that- "there
was nothing: presented to mm
that would Justify executive clem'
New Yell Leader
Will Be Elected
At High School
A special election will be held
at the hish school Friday. March
7, to elect a yell leader to fill the
unexpired term of Byron Lillle,
whose credits have been trans
ferred to the La Grande high
schooL Nominations to the posi
tion were held during the assem
bly hour yesterday, with four!
candidates: Carl coiuns, noya
DeHamort, Homer Goulet and
At yesterday's assembly hour, j
skit was also given from "Po
mander Walk." the Tecnne an
club play held last night and to I
he riven again tonignt at tne
Grand theatre, and a skit adver
tising the skating party to be held
Saturday night at Dreamland j
rink was. also presented.
.RUM TRADE FOUGHT
. OTTAWA, Feb. 17. (Cana
dian Press) A liberal caucus
held today, it Is understood, fav
ored the proposal for the refusal I
ot elaaranees to vessels carrying !
liquor to the United Stats.
was formerly Audrey
and attempted to reach an agree
ment on the choice of a provision
al president to guarantee unbias
ed presidential elections ln May.
The resignation of President
Vasques Is virtually taken for
granted, and Is awaiting only the
PORTLAND WINS AGAIN
PORTLAND. Ore., Feb. 27
(AP) P o r t a n d's Buckarooa
climbed back to a four-point ad
vantage over the second place
Vancouver' Lions ln the standings
of the Pacific Coast Hckey league
by shutting ut Victoria's homeless her caae
Cubs 4 to 0 on the coliseum ice
Humber-Coffey cancer sernm,
was taken to St Mary's hospital
toaay where she will be cared
tor pending the arrival from
Oregon of a physician's report
and other diagnostic material on
DR. HALL HONORED
EUGENE. Ore.,. Feb. 27 (AP)
Trusteeship of the largest en
dowed university In the country
has been accorded to Dr. Arnold I
choice of a provisional sucessor. Bennett Hall, president ot the
PLANE CRASH FATAL
WALSENBERG. Colo- Feb
17. (AP) A 16-year old high
school girl was killed, another
seriously injured and the pilot
slightly hurt ln the erasn oi a
three-place biplane on the top of
Mosca Pass, 50 nines nortnwest
of here late today.
Vice President Jose Alfonseca has
University ot Oregon, It was re
vealed here today in messages
OWN BIRDS RAISED
LA GRANDE, Ore., Feb. 27
(AP) Union county, through co
operation and assistance of tbe
state game warden, the state
game commission and sportsmen's
organisations here, will attemnt
to raise its own game birds this
Given Salem by
Car Dealer, Too
T.utlerfat'a ' down.
farmers feel diagrnnt-ed.
It'a too bed. of conne, bnt
there's an old, homely law
operattng-tris called "awp
ply and deinand. Too mnch
bntterfnt; too lew price.
The same situation exists
among; Salem's auto dealers.
Used cars have piled v all
winter; spring Is at hand and
apply 1 too large.
,W the buyers' opportan
tty. Every dealer ban cut
the prices on bis cars to cost
and lean than cost.
Bay this week; yonTI find
extra sales service available
and the pick ot ased car bar
TodayV classified page lav
The Statesman telk the de
dowment of S7S.000.000. Tbe
Unusual nromlnenee Is riven to I new institution will have a umu-
fi.lem In a riea-rinMnn on the I ed enrollment OI 1ZVO stuuents
baek cover of the mena of the! Annohnetaent of the. estab-
7. -o-.fcin.-tnn -tl a f-atti I liahment of the university ana
This nubllcltv Is riven desnlte the tho appointment or r-arnoia
fact that tbe Paget Sound hotels I Bennett and 11 otner leaamg
have no direct connection' with
any of Salem's hotels.
The information given memoes
"The cannlnr center or tne
northwest, Salem has seven large
trait, berry and vegetable can
nine plants and several of the
from New York, where announce-1 years on grounds adjoining tfct
ment ot the various trustees was j state fish hatchery at Union.
made. .. . i Last year several Chinese
era. TTall til V ffl 1 innATW I
UnTVan in ducting the aTfair. weri .raised a. an ex
or Lincoln university, to be es- Periment and the snccess of the
tablished soon in Westchester J hatching and rearing resulted In,
county. New Tork, under an en-1 ine present program.
COOPERATION BOUGHT -PENDLETON.
Ore.. Feb. 21 .
(AP) Wheat ranchers of Cn.
tUla county have been Invited wy
the- Pendleton Grain Grower's Co
operative to a meeting here Mareh
1 at which time business of the
Awt tk. Mii.lr m aa mMilwri
of the board of trustees was made local group will be discussed and
-trr. v. TM-...n. t.v. I new members Uken in. As the
Dewey ot Columbia university. .; JTttf.S
.v . I looked upon to lead the way
JUDGMENT ENTERED I the cooperative work, a large del
- PORTLAND.' Ore.. Vebi 27 egstioa is expected.
f API A luarment OT oeiauui frnnrw wr ivrvn
most modem cold storage piants I was oraered py juage nooer. o. j rosebIIRG ore- Feb. 27
In the entire northwest, Salem's I Bean In federal district court here i (jLP) PlailtlB'rt of more than
1929 output was 1,(00,000 eases, I today in favor of the exeter com- j two -imoa trout will be made la
about one-third ot Oregon's entire 1 nany ' ot SeatUe against the I nnnri. -onntr atreama durier
output." . ; " Daugha Ship Crane ompany oi the year, local , sportsmen aa-
V- Portland tor $12ll?09 alleged Sttt RVekman. state
JUDGE STRICKEN d,e on - a promissory note . held gIloerintendent of hatcheries, has
SAN-FRANCISCO, Feb. 27.: by the Seattle concern, plus ln- nlZA nB eommissloa tmck.
(AP) Stricken witn pneumonia, i terest and S 8,000 attorneys i - lth aT.i MttlDment tor trans
Federal Judge Frank H. RudWn feetv : SSrS trout trf t tne
of the circuit court or appeaia, mn Kai ot : the .Douglas r Couaty
was reported seriously m at u .V .. - S... ..d: om Protw-
home here tonight alter leaving ; ban f Ifif w f.-T tkVT stisociation. which has accept-
the federal buUdlng earlier ln the Mrt, HtUerton otPcatod. ebarge ef
dar with what he thought was a Ore... the second womtn to Dy d tne wsg yi trZSh -T
'had cold." ' here for treatment with Us new I distribnUon ot the t L