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eaOag Jee to. ItSS .
. Generally ; - dowdy ' today
aad Thwndy; : max. temp.
Wednesday 83; ? mln. 41; '
dowlT! WinA north rhm-r
Arartn dally HU WM
JIM Mr .,;
. EIGHTIETH YEAR
( EAST SIZZLES
! - LAID TO HEAT
UlicheH, S. D is hottest
Place. With Mercury'
: V Rising to 108
Refier Mot in Sight Though
Showers May Occur in
t ; Some Sections " j
CHICAGO. ; Jly (AP)-
Siiddle iret "temperatures soared
tonvd new Tttieli flrares tody.
- TwelT fleatlu la two days were
attrlbrnted to tho abnormally, hot
liany wera the eitiea aweUeri-og
arosnd 100 dasreea. lflteheu; S.
Dh. nMdiac the'llat u the hottest
eity at lOt. It waa 110 la Slou
Faila, DeaMoiaes, Lineola and
' f looxCUraeh reported and
xperleBeed their hottest daj of
the year, r., : ' . . ,
. A tamer near Lis cola and two
other persona In the St. Lea la dis
trict died from the eftectar: of
r beat, eaaaMar the Bumter of Tfv
tltns taken Ay the hot WaTe yes
ceraay. . . : r . .-. :
Cbieaajo, where a-j;entl , lake
breese stirred, waa enjoying mil
der weather "with the thermome
ter hanflaa; aroand ti. Uilwaa-
kee, St Paal ' and If lnaeapolls
ean bo&sted of 81 while Omaha
little Belief tBeea
The forecast was for continued
t ww ii anu lair weaio
r over most of the middle westt
Tlt7 no early sign Of relief except
perhaps a few scattered showers
within the next 3f hours.
Deaths attributed to the heat
were Minnesota 2, Missouri I, Io
wa I, Kansas 1, Montana 2, Ne
braska 1. Numerous prostrations
were reported. . . J
Temperatures abore 100 were
distributed through Missouri and
Kansas and more of the same was
In prospect for tomorrow. Empo
ria with 107 degrees was the hot
test spot reporting In Kansas. The
heat and continued dry spell in
Kansas was injuring all growing
crop's the weather bureau report
ed. , ' .. . : , . ;
Fully ISO persons attended the
farewell reception held last night
at the W. T. Rig-ion home in hon
or of Rer. and Mrs. Fred C Tay
lor and family, who leare Friday
for Portland.. He has been pas
tor of the First Methodist church
here for more than tire years.
In token of appreciation of Rev.
Taylor's work, O. W. 'Emmons,
speaking on behalf of the official
board, presented the minister with
a standard typewriter. A beauti
ful Trass candelabra waa given
to Mrs. Taylor by the congrega
tion, W. T. Rigdon making the
presentation. - ;
Mrs. W. C. Young, president of
tne Laies' Aid, had general
charge of the reception. Program,
arranged by Miss Alma Pohle.
was as follows: piano numbers.
Eugenia Savage; violin solo, Gen
eva Scott; vocal solo, Ronald Cra
ven; vocal solo, Grace Elizabeth
Smith; and piano solos, Elisabeth
SEASIDE, Ore., July (APT
John Witty. Portland druggist,
waa elected president of the Ore
gon Pharmaceutical association at
the concluding session of the 41st
annual convention today! ...
Other officers elected were:
George Steelhammer, , Silverton,
first vice president; Harry. Weiss,
Portland, second vice president;
Frank: Ward, Portland, secre
tary; . John M. Lane, Portland,
treasurer; .' and Stanley! R. R.
Stevenson. Eugene, delegate to the
national assentation of retail drug
gists' convention at Atlantic City,
- ' INFANT VMS J t'KED -i .
ETGKNE, Oret, Jmly-
(AP) A taste of what la to
cosno If he follows bis dad?s
footatepe ; waa givea t- Bobby
Spears, tea months old son of
Dr. CUreatee W. Spears, waft
weratty f , Oreawa football '
coaca stad - former Mlanesota
eBtor., ' -. ;.. -0: .- v.
A screea Waa loose - on the
secoad floor of Uto Spears homo :
aad Bobby tumbled to the side
waBt below. He was anlnjnred,
T SHORTAGS GROWS -
-ASTORIA. Ore.. Jnlv .--(APl
as w asm asa avio u aa aaaavt aw j i l t
weher the tecounta cf Jostlce oft
the Peace J. L. Tuomala with the
request - that he act' "la accord
with r promises.! ' Leinenweber
promised an lmmedlae lavestli:!
tJo nand said ho would file charges
against Tnomala it his findings
Jastltled such action, .
. The eourt'f action followed the
opening ot a secona report maao
Contender Foriy H01!lfn01!lffJ flf 1
llilf IS DUE TODAY
c.-i.-.j- js iar .wv a
James Rome WearerlS, of Joha-
soH Oty, VeaoMaeee,' haa been I
selected n-r th BtMtm Diart-1
anent of EdacaUon as Teueo-1
see's eonteader for the Tbomaa I
Edlaoat 1990 choUrahip
awaroV t held M . Oranaje, I
Brundige Will Talk Only to
Grand Jury; State;s At
"CHICAGO, July 0 (AP) In-
reporters. Inspired by the slaylns!
ox juirea unpe, ir oune enmo
reporter, ran up against a" ston
rTortr ran 'tin iraln.l a hfon f
-i, i 1 rr i " 1
send its reporter here to divulge
information unless he could go
airecuy to a grana jury.
Harry T. Brundige, the St
Louis newspaperman, has . offer
ed to talk to the Cook county
grand Jury, not to the prosecu-
tors, . I
William ' A. Rittenhouae- as-1
alatant states attorney, said (hel
grand Jury - could not be burden-1
ed .with rumors and the reporter I
must snow nis nana. I
arunaige must go through the
usual proceuuro neiore appearing i
oeiore tne grana jury," the pros-
ecntur said. He must first be I
questioned by a member of my
staff to see If he has knowledge
of violation of the criminal code.
If he shows he has this know
ledge he will be taken before the
grand Jury In five minutes. It is
a hard working body and we can
not burden it with rumors. -
To this the Star replied In an
editor's note in view of Rltten-
houses unwllllngnes s to send
Brundige before the Jurors with
out . preliminary questioning, the
newspaper regarded the Incident
as closed. - -
In his published articles Brun
dige had referred to the slain
Tribune reporters as not only
Chicago newspaperman holding a
questioning liaison with fang-
TREVES. Germany. Jnlv I.
tari -any recurrence of the an -
w-mymiB. 1IUU Will D pill QOWB
with an iron handV the poUce sUt -
ed. today in a pubalcproclama -
Witty Heads IjWmavsts
J. P. Accomita Are Probed
, Bobby Spears Gets Bump 1
, He's Loose But Not Free
by Auditor O. Zelgler on the 0n-
ditloitt the Justice court books
indicating a Shortage of approxM
maieiy 91Z,000. . ;
THB DALLES- Ore.. Jnlv
(AP) An Itinerant r youth who!
officers aaid attempted to sell al -
cohol to Indians escaped from of -
ncera here, today, but hla Ubertvl
Is limited. He Is wearing a pairlliamaon bill consolidating - veter-
ui lunmo cutis. . .
The vnntlt w V1 aj4
clump ot wfflow trees after hla
arrest. While the Officers hid hon.
nrrest, while the officers hid hop-
piere nia accompuce.
When tte officers returned, their
a VI si AM aaae tateat - -
PENDLETON. Ore-. Jnlv
an n-..,' . IT .
ar; riuwuTc.ww aances ana
fantastic parades ware seen - to
day at cayuae. near here, where
S00 Indians are gathered for their
annual now wow. .
: CRATER LASS LOW
PROSPECT. Off- July I (API
Will G. Steel, commissioner of
Zir;?'. S.TrrZZLi Ts
tJaakTfa afne Z lowV; Ahan
last year and last year was below
: Steel said the low wateV vaanli
ed from the light fall of snow last
PENDLETON. Ore., July V
(AP) Gut ?Russle. Indian, was!
removed from the UmatUla Indian
reservaon yesterday for Intro-
daring liquor on Zndiaa territory.
Rusale was bound ' over : to the
federal grand Jury under tSOO
bond. -.r .-;.Vr.
President Hoover Expected
To Demand Republican
National Committee May Be l
Called Upon to Act
If He Refuses 5 ;
WASHINGTON. July f (API
Foea of ' Chairman Claudius
Hasten, of the republican nation-1
al eommutee. closed in on him
tonight as the -most bitter party
row of years neared a showdown
. . The republican leaders who are
demanding Huston's immediate
retirement mored today to put
their case before' him at tomor-
rowa meeting of party officers
waica waa cauea- by uastea to
oisensa campaign puns.
r There was a dlrlsion f opln-
kn tonlaht in the abseaee of Hus-
ton as to what answer he would. I
i makt- hat tomePl.Jilf . wtlmatej
! vara confident ha would stand by
Ma post . ntu .pjesident uowfar
; asaa ior nia retiremeac -c
ha jitil do this. It necessary &ig-
alflcanee was attached to the
statements Issued today by two
party men who left the White
House calling for Huston's resig
Friendi of Unstop;
Ha tt fthnnM fin
RepresenUtlvo Wood of IndU- be. Cardinal VannuUlll. dew M frf n fansmnung the aocu
bl a friend of Huston. andlbal. aiim .h. Hledlpeats, to make such recommen-
m ' 1
T-'i . - r.. . I
enaiman or rni rennnuran mbu.j tw i it i
gressional committee, said after a
call upon President Hoover, he
Esrle Kinsler. national com
miHiemn for Vtmnnt .hnwulk, n.rrtin.i VnnntUl hid I
. 7 T C7Z I
Q.uoiea ycBieroay as saying na aao i
Ing chairman, denied this as hel
left the White House today, hotjwn0 had given the prelate almost j
ne, ioo, oeuevea uusioa wouia go. i constant attention for many days, 1
Determined to thrash' out the!. aid a.Pt in the dav it was nn I
matter with Huston.' the party
leaders arranged for proxies to- j
morrow oi inose oiiiren wno can-1
not bo present. The officers them-
selves, however, are without now-1
er to remove Huston. It was said I
tonight a majority of those who!
attend are opposed to Huston's
I Hneton rht It ant. it will
renulre action hv the national eve.
entire eommlttee to oust him.
xhla eommlttee can he called an
on a petitloa of a majority of Its
Senator Few, Ohio, has been
slated to become the national
chairman, if and - .when Huston
goes, with Robert Lucas, Ken
tucky, commissioner of Internal
revenue, to be executive officer
in charge of organisation work.
UTE WIPED CLEAR1
WASHINGTON. July f (AP)
- The , legislative : slate of the
American Lrtott : vlrtnallv : liaa
f ti,....iiA.'. .t.a
IVy ff Anal 1am wm miiIa . ' afa -- T.
1 Ahamai. .navtn nf m.
I . . a a a . . . i A a a a
uuiiwiuv auiu waay : sasaj w
night -pracally: every; impor-
1nBiaaiiia ft 1 n nfinSfWH - SBam - w r
tant and outstanding legislative i
request of the American Legion
has been enacted into law."
Expressing gratitude ; to con
gress aod President Hoover ; for
their, consideration and attitude,
ho said : "The. president has not
been as liberal las soma had
hoped but "no has shown a sym-
Pttetlc ftnde iwith reference
Jh leislationr v V
- numeraung tne vaxioaa icsiwji
: 1 law . daring the fJrat session of
piHjaMW uaiwwa-. vtiucKouv
lithe '.T 1st eoarress. Bodenhamer
I listed the Rocere . hosnlUl bill
ealHna' for ill. 000.000 of eon -
1 straetlon; the Hawley bin extend-
1 lag the time for applying for ad -
inated v eomtkenaation: the WB -
, I ana activities: the Keed-sneu
I m-- m
universal draft, and the veterans'
I vm wKi Mnmii
j pension bill over which congress
l Ubored ao Jong during the last
days ot the session.
. i . w
lire Aim lail
Dies After Long
711 ' A A- TO
' lira, Alica TalL in 1. died at
night after a arolonged v tRness.H
She ;waa the mother; of Stanley
resident tf Salem for many yearn,
She waa born In Warren eoun-
tr. Ohio.; Mar . 14. 1UU the
daughter of Samuel R. and Elea-j
ncr Jta' , crttek cecemDer u 7,
1ST1 shemarried Hash P. van.
who died and. was burled at Illd-
dletoxn. Ohio. via ltf0.t She
lciTti only tiro lOnsV Stanley, Ea-
lem, and Hugh van, in the east, i
I ' The body will , be ahlpped to
I lllddletown, for ounel beside her i
I htsiand ; - under - lrectl9a :cf 1
J Cocsh-Taylor coartny. .
Salem, Oregon, Thursday
j4ged Cardinal :
V Passes Beyond
Cardinal . VannatelU, 9S, dean of
If ?5Sr iiJSi
tbe ontstaadlns; leaders la ua
Romaa CathoUe charch. - who
died Wednesday at Vatlcaa Ci
ty, after' several days inness.
College, Passes cn at
Age of 93
1IIUH i- aULlUKUUUCU , iilvkU I
Stricken with, uromie poison
it. Y - 1 . I. ,41
seyeral days. Early today h
passed into a coma. Anticipating
. .'. "v. Ti7" 7
received extreme uncuon yesier-
iw. pnoii. vatiean attendanL
iivw hln nntient would last out l
the day because of a steady
weakening of his heart due to ne-
Cardinal Vannutelli dledehor
ly after he had received the cus-
(Turn to page a, eol. i)
With approximately SO persons,
t j1njMa aaA 1 AeVan TtPaVat
denu. in attendance at the state
meeting of Pi Gamma Ma, nation-1
a.1 eAAlal stMlaaVifA "K An Afa W fratArtl
SJU DUViBI SBaV'M'V uwitvi.
uy, came w a wose wwarauij
night with a banquet in the Mar-
a . a v www aa
The gathering was an Informal
one, called principally to enaoio
members of the group to meet, the
national president. Dr. Leroy Al
len, of Southwestern college, Win-
field, Kansas, who Is touring the
west. At the afternoon session a
discussion of social problems was
held and the subject of organiz
ing chapters made up of members-
at-large In several cities, broach-;
ed.. At present Willamette uni-
.nit. mrtA T.infieid niieare at Mc -
Hinnville are the only institutions
having chapters of the fraternityj
At the banquet Wednesday;!
a . , . . tt
Ideals and Future of PI Gamma
The Inventory of the local
I plant of the Oregon-Washington
1 Water company is "virtually Com-
I nlete. Engineer Reed of the Loev-
1 land Enrineerinr corporation ah-
nouneed Wednesday." !
1 - He said that the plans - and
Vatican rrrY JuiT a for the,r eonslderatlein by the sen- Fight to Finish
VATICAN CITY. July . . ) ,e in "closed execntive iVhi v Seea in Dispatches
tAi-i xne vaucan ewy- was r. . - - Bom reUilers
!Z.!&j&J"Atttt'6ltt would nermU to predict a
PI Gill HIS
UruD t QMRtnuY
. I IIH I III I llllll IILtlUI
1 drawings of .the local eompanyiers gun. roster, is nexa nere
together-with a mass of detailed
1 information about the plant naa
I .1. V... tn Suf
I Cunningham : engineers whj I Klft DeStrOVS
I wtll annrala tYta nlant far thelT- '
will appraise the plant ' fori, the
iejty. I " --":r-;,:p-
- Reed said his worn: za prepar
ing the final part of the Inventory
would probably bev finished this
week. '- f
1 have .had orders from the
offlciala-of the company to spare
OZZiciaia-ax ui company to apare
ri7;MSw: TVEIvT? 7lrXl
records or, the company.- . v -
Gasoline J 5 c
Buyra Used -1
On page 11 row wfll find
many cars llsteL. TMa
Is the time to buy a car,
while .the price of gasoline
Is low. Toa caa travel anaay
aafies at a very lour coat.-
If yoa bay from one of the
tlse fa The Btatesraaar clas
sified colanaas yoa.wfll be
aesnred of. yoar aaoney's
wortiu Turn to pao li. ?
Iorninff,. JalyO, 1930
t i . - ' -
V ! ." ' -.1
Senators Still Fret Over De
;L manded Glimpse of
Vote; on Resolution May Be
Reached Today; Treaty
T ;4 Friends Worried
i "Br D. HAROLD OLIVER
f WASHINGTON; July (APj
J-FIts more hours of fererish de-1
bate by the senate ended today motor fuel at 10, centa waa quickly
without action on the McKedlaaJ dispelled, when it was learned
mUIm uuinuf lit nm4nHnn Uka( avirrw AanT In Salam lina
the diplomatic correspondence
u--- nrtlatlon of the
Tjondon naral treaty.-
r Treaty proponenU wire open-
predicted a rote tomorrow and a
reaaaptlon of debate oa the
All aides seemed agreed to
night the resolution would pass
trat with aome modification.
Pending at ffonrnment were
i three amendmenti. - '
On hr Senator Robinson.-Ar
kansas, the democratic leader
I request the papers if not Incom
patible with the publle interest."
I f. Atfiaat V Oaawaaiwnw fliAtna al I
democrat, OWalroma, would eAii
. . .....
lAittn... S, ... fit tA
they ahould be considered.
Advoratea of. the raolnttnn
contended it was not a question
ot publicity but one of assert-
T" '" J "7. T7:.'
I"1 n laB aenaies conswiu
tional privileges In obtaining the
Mn lulnM vnHm, Xj. v t I
ilreatv. One of them. Senator
Thomas, Oklahoma, said unless
he could see the documents he
would "either refnae to rote for
against the treat'"
All the leading senatorial de-Ur
haters got into action before ad-
lournment with Senators Robin-
eon and Reed, republican, Penn- prices and if the fight should be
sylvanla, arguing the president come too bitter many of them
Ma s right to withhold that por- I
tion of the correspondence which
I he might regard as of a strictly
j confidential nature.
At one point, Senator Moses,
republican, New Hampshire,
treaty opponent, charged Reed
as. "wrongfully In possession'
of the secret papers, his- right to
them having ended with termina
tion of his foreign mission.
Reed, who has Invited any sen
ator to Inspect the document on
1 condition they hold them in eon-
1 f (A at, ma s)wI aa.k .a iL.i M
far today, proposed to have Sec-
retary Stlmson present him to
I If AOAa In tt navw - AM
a .w.wa M TV AVllUAl JUaaVUlAVA
I sVa WiT ww m .
u ui jw nampsnire senator ' ..riant effort of the French
refused to receive them mjXiSi
LOOSE, IS -BP
LOS ANGELES. July 9. (AP)
I - EL C. Kinr. Investigator at the
I a a a . .
I anorneys on ice saia to-
j AT three local policemen had In
m1 - cuBiuciy Tea orsyine,
Wanted In Chicago in connection
l1" of Alfred Ungle.
m w ayaycruiaji, . ana lei mm - go
alter returning his gun.' -
-King said -his office -is Investi
gating action- of the trio. They
gave unsatisfactory explanations,
he said. ,
gating action- of the trio. They
-Xing said two sergeants and a
patrolman entered an apartment
occupied by Frank Foster, under
Indictment for Llngle's stlaying,
ft week before Foster and four
others were .arrested. There they
found Forsythe and liarvla Hart,
I gangster suspects,- talked with
I them all night, confiscated three
guns and left, but returned with
j .Chleago police charge LIngle
(was ahot by Forsythe with Fost-
j pending a hearing next week.
P. Minock Hbme
North of City
The home of
i ikMt three witlM north of fillem
Wednesday night. House fur-
outbuildings were saved -by the
north Salem - fire ; department
which, Answered the eall, bat the
nouse was a total joss.
'-When the department arrived
the fire, had trained eaeh-j head-
way that It-was impossible to aava
we noase..Tne causa we urei here -tonight to "beat the Sacra
was not learned. - - -r, f Imento fiolona lit the second rams
It is believed James Heltzel
the owner. of the property, ! .
-T'' ' y.'U.. '4
" TELLORE, India, July t (APiesge's leading harler, Uklng to
one, person was auieo ana sev-
aril wounded tonight when police
fired on a mob demonstrating be -
fore the revenue office at Gudiya -
tam and .attemptinr to rush the
Jail, f- ' A ; .
Fifteen Cent Price
On Gasoline Set as
Price War Haff Effect Here But Local Dealers
J- ArcfActually Neutral, Seeking Only to Pro
tect Selves From Outside Competition
WITH the cutting of the price of gasoline to 15 cents a
- gallon late Wednesday afternoon, Salem dealers en
tered a little deeper into the price war which ha? been raging
up and down the coast for the past several .weeks. Virtually
every, retailer in town hung up 15-cent signs about 4 o'clock
Rumor that a serriee stationo-
on North Commercial . street late
Wednesday night was selling the
agreed to stick at the same price,
The reduction followed close
(upon the heels or the cutting of
two cnts oft the 10 cent price In
a aI sitV b jib aI a v mm
struck neighboring cities. Salem
dealers Monday took the first
more at price reduction as a pro
tec tire measure against the com
petition of dealers In surround
ing communities" 'and Portland
which hare been selling gas as tow
as 11 eents a gallon.
la spite of the reduction to IS
ble condition will the sales in
crease,, in the opinion of one
went so far as
lo-cent price before
week and dispatch
es from California bear out the
fact that the present price tussle
will be a "fight to the finish." If
the low price expected should be
set many of the small dealers are
expected to close their stations,
unable to withstand the competi
tion of the larger dealers who are
being protected by the oil com-
"XXTaAn BaA a tr nna nil pnm nft Tl V
had reduced its price to 11 cents
and in spite of the 15 cent price
the larger stations handling us
oil are still selling: at a four-cent
marcin of nrofit. But. one deal-
pointed fiat, it is only the larg-
er concerns that are receiving we
protection of lower wholesale
wm be iorced to arop out.
OIL liflii SPOILS
DAKAR, Senegal, July t.
(AP) An oil leak spoiled what
promised to be a brilliant round
g "I'ltl 2S
between France and Sonth Ame
rica soon after 10 o'clock this
I iuui uiiia.
route both ways and thus to de
monstrate the feasibility of reg
ular postal and commercial serv
ice by air between Paris and Bu
enos Aires came to naught through
a slight 'accident to. the plane's
oil pipes when the seaplane was
650 miles from Dakar and over a
,000 miles out of Natal, Brazil.
The plane came down on the
sea In perfect fashion and the
patrol boat Phocee, which had
been notified of the difficulty.
1 was already there to take aboard
1 . a a. a AAA A J a 0
ine crew ana me iv puuuua
mail. Those with Memos were
i ueopoia uubmb, ru .,
and Jean D'Abry, navigator, both
of whom had accompanied Mer-
l mol on uib iu(iii uu
South America last may
nf,ri Tf . rrn
IYlCUOWGli ! UaSt?
r rt .i ' J 2
is isonunueu in
Ralph McDowell. local meat
market operator, was allowed to
sro oa hla own recognizance and
his ease was continued la Justice
court Wednesday when he was
'brought there on a charge of as
sault and lattery.
.- The information against He
Dowell was filed by his - wife.
I Myrtle McDowell, from whom he
Is estranged. ; He la alleged to
have Inflicted two alight cuts en
Mrs. "McDowell's chest la an at
tack anon her Tuesday night.
; McDojrell was warned by Lyle
Page, assistant district - attorney.
and by Justice Brazier Small that
any farther disturbance n his
part wouid lead to sertons consa-
quences. . : . - , -
I - . - ' 1
As Oaks? Chance
Eor Flag Fades
SACRAMENTO. July t.
(AP)-Hollywood lit on ? vTony
yreitas and the two. pitchers that
, followed him, with a vengeance
ml of the evening Series aad knock:
Jrilmmering whatever sum charces
Ulthi fiaca had of heatlartat Loe
I Angeles In the first half race. The
tnt smovers In the fourth..'
I - ' - - . ..'V b -H-
1 Hollywood -.. ,- 11
1 Sacramento ......... T t -
I ... Yds and Severeid; Freitas,
- 'Gould. Smith and Wlrta.
. I the end of tbe
APPEAR AT IHQUEST
Probe of Eva Beckley Death i
Is Continued; Stories
Of Crash Conflict
Frank Kaylor, driver of tbe car
which last. Sunday night .struck!
the automobile driven bv Edwin
O. Beckley, causing almost Instant
death, for Eva Louise Beckley.
waa unable to appear Wednesday
night and the inquest into thai
death of the 17-year-old girl was
continued until later this week. I
Only one side of the case was
presented before the coroners
Jury last night and the consensus I
of opinion of men who investigat-
ed the accident was -that Kaylor
bad driven his car on the- road
ana in attempting to bring it onto
the road again had lost control,
or it. airs, uecaiey, however, in
her testimony swore that the
Kaylor car had not left the road
until after the crash, and that he
was driving at a "terrific rate of
The accident occurred ahortly
after 10 o'clock Sunday night
about four miles south of Salem
on the Pacific highway. The 17-year-old
girl, who was graduated
from Salem high school this year,
was believed to have died almost
immediately after the crash. Her
father. Edwin O. Beckley, suf
fered bad bruises and an injured
hand which have kept him con
fined in a local hospital since
Those who testified duJng the
Inauest wero Dr. E. 8. . rorkner, 1
attending nhyslcian. Ralph Bur-
roughs, Edwin O. Beckley. ceorge i
Thompson, state traffic officer.
Julien Burroughs, and Mrs. Bee a-1
ley. Kaylor, HI at his home, was
unable to appear. I
Funeral services for Eva Louise
will be held from the W. T. Rigdon
and Son chapel at 1:30 this art-i Those arrested were Irene A ti
ernoon at City View cemetery. I berg, 1J, who won the title "Mha
ACREAGE CUT FOB
WHEAT IS OPPOSED
HAYS. Kas.. JUiy a iai-j
The proposed rednctidn of acre-
age of southwestern nara winicr
wheat was made a subject ioriwa window of merles"L.in which
spirited debate before an assem -
hiv of 1.B00 persons here witniwax models.
Secretary Arthur M. Hyae ot tne
department of agriculture and Al- j their liberty at a police station
exander Leree. chairman of thelhy posting $500 each and ft was
farm board, upholding the a f -
firmativo and . Gov. Clyde m.
Reed. Kansas, the negative.
To their previously expressed
view that they were only present-
1.- v fata an nnt look COB-
UIB vw "
eerning the wheat situation as
thev saw them.- the government s
two chief agricultural spokesmen
heard from the Kansas governor
v.. v.. AmrVKoA Mth Other
side of the picture.- . - .
"Challenged by the governor to
,w t)i. f.vm hnard
"doesn't do something t to pro -
.... .mm . .i of
the current depressed prices for
this grain, Leggesad wheat ai-
rAw hail received In the tmarda
atabUiaatlon onerations twice Its
nronortlnnatA ah are of the KOO. -
000,000 doUar rellet funds.
rin Ham. wtia ntnnaei the
board, purchase an additional
2S.6A0.000 or more bushels of
W on the theorv aneh bnvine
would bolster prices quoted part
ox. a letter zrom vnairman tegge
.Vl.t. a .
ment with Reed's - oninloa the
orld altnatkm from the stand -
tiolnt of annnUea.. does sot insti -
fr nrfeea as low as those offered
at the time -of the present letter -
dated-June SO. . ;
- - V - r . j. - . - ,
Conscientious seal ea the part
ef a newly employed woman at
teBdant at the state hospital for
the Insane, combined with an Un-"
asaal coincidence, caused several
moments ot bitter embarrassment
to a local woman Wednesday, and
according to one report,' consider
able physical , suffering. &v &s vVJ
Mrs. Ed Slick, wife of the baker
at the ' atate hospital, had been
picking loganberries at the Henry
EToelle farm east of town. 'X She
had carried some berries borne,
and waa 4aklng the carrier back
with ' her about I o'clock In the
afternoon. ; '' :
v It so happened that a erew of
women inmates of the hospital
was picking berries near the ex
tension of Center, street as Mrs.
. FlFRliMS '
I wi m hi ' wa w -
III RAGES IN
Prices Range From 7Vic
To 14; Some Stations
Decide to Close
Further Drop is Feared a?
Dealers Remain in the
Dark as to Cause
SAN FRANCISCO. July 9 -(AP)
Gasoline retailed today'ia
Pacific coast cities generally at
the lowest rates since the commo
dity became Important as motor
The bottom price. 7H cents a
gallon, was reported at Taeoina.
Other stations there charged !'
to 10 cents top.
Other price ranges included:
Portland, 8 4 to 12 cents.
San Francisco, 11 to 14 cent.
San Joaquin valley cities, f'to
Los Angeles, g to 10 cents.
Seattle, 11 to 13 cents.
These prices included the thrte-
cent gaa tax for California. ana
Washington, and four for Oregoav
To Avert Losses
Many service station dealtii
feared a further price drop. St-
eral stations in Tacoma failed -tw
open today. C. F. Buttrick of the
San Francisco Oarage Owners as-
sociation, described the situation
as "utter chaos." He said "task
wagon prices vary every hour.
"We lust can't eet any in tor ma-
uon and no one seems to know
where to pfn the responsibility.
Many more days of the price cut-
ting will force a lot of statien
owners to close no until the flurrv i
EARL CiOll IS '
in thou leii'i
NEW YORK. July 9. (AP) I
The fall of the curtain at today's
matinee of the eighth edition of
Earl Carrol's "Vanities." was tbe
signal for a police raid in. whif
nine of the production's prinfir
pais were arrested charged with
putting; on an indecent snow.
The raiders carried 11 wa-
rants, out two or them, eaiijnjr
for the arrest of Carroll tnd
Louis Lotti. treasurer of the New
I Amsterdam theatre, could not
I served as neither was found.
America tnu year;' cewtac
Trevor, 22: Eileen Wenzel,
known as "Miss St. Louis;" Fran
ces Joyce, 19, "Miss San Fran-
eisco;" Kay Carroll, 22; NaomJ
Ray.' 22: Jimmle Savo, S4: Be
ty Veronica, 15; and Faith Ba
A dance bv Miss Bacon, in
which her only covering apparent-
t waa white ostrich fan or two.
nid comment bv those Who
BIW tne show. All the others ar-
rested appeared In a scene canei
1 Uving show girls impersonated
i The accused persons secur a
1 announced the show would go on
j T?umtllTe FtOm
I t V V" -
j A warrant was lasued Wedae
I oay caiung ior iu irri
I TOmDtuli. reponea 10 m vn ..
1 Way to Santa 'Rosa. Calif., wttn
I nonsalioltt fnrnishinrs stolen frera
1 Mrs ulalt Woods. JPPtof1 J
an apartment n,nww m?
I StreeL ' ' ' - '
I f Mrs. wooas came ?w juu--
1 COutt Wednesday to bdve the w&r-
irant prepared on jnionniuun iw
I lornisnea. ' ne aecuirea ict
I Tompkins looted the - apanmeav
I he nad rented from her, Taxing ta
I Wecloth. platters.": CUPS and 'aan-
jeers as .well aa other articles .j.
i mrauami. f-
1 . . . . l
1 nit s iu ivuai
1 ALEMEDA. CaliL. July
1 f API Nathan M Jacobs, who rc-
I fused to play checkers because it
, i u ran old Baa-a game- tomorrow.
wW celebrate his lOird birthoay.
Slick passed.1 The newly empleja
attendant, spying a woman wai
ter;iwar ?wiUi 5 berry carrJr.
thought it was one of her ctarjo f,
and atarted la. pursuit. ' "
Overtaken: Mrs. Slick protest
ed that she was not an .inmate,
but the attesdant started to lead .
her 4oward. the main buildipg.
SvTbeV-, met 4 another: emproye,
who recognized Mrs. -Slicar ad
straightened the matter out. - - .
" Howevefr 'according to reports
from "" : t sources,. Mrs. :t
was eonaiderably bruised in a 5
tercatlon with the attendant art
certain -. women - lamater"" cf e
hospital who took a hand in ' o
matter. Aa tar as hospital c.
dais could learn,, no Tiolence -j '
curred. r - - " V