The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 30, 1930, Page 2, Image 2

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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem. Oregon, Saturday Morning. August 30, 1930
Vic Sutherland Still Free
As Armed Force of 50
Active in Search
(Continued from pa( 1)
wounded Diley fatally shortly
after midnight Tbarsday when
the deputy halted an automobile
containing llqnor, driven . by
gutherland en rout to a party.
Later when Joe Saanders, Lea
Bown and Rodney Roach, depu
ties, entered the Sutherland
home ra search of the alleged
moonshiner, Sutherland is al
leged to hare opened fire from
a closet, killing Sannders and
wounding Roach and Bown.
Roach and Bown reached their
car and drove away.
Towns; Sutherland
tnt After Body
A short time later Sheriff
Harry Bows, police officers and
a posse arrived, accompanied by
young Sutherland. Chief of Po
lice Hall and some of his men
Itirted the residence but found
no signs of Sutherland. Then
Chief Hall returned to the posse
In custody of young Sutherland.
"Tour father killed one of my
men tonight," said the chief as
ho fastened a long rope about
Sutherland's waist. "Now -you
go to the door and call to him.
Tell him who you are. And bring
out that body (referring to
Saunders whose body was still
in the house). Remember, I'm
standing behind you with a load
ed shotgun, my finger on tbe
The youth obeyed and brought
out the body. Then the posse
crowded forward into the resi
dence but the elder Sutherland
liad escaped through a back
. door.
WILDWOOD, N. J.. Aug. 29
(AP). Two women were partly
scalped today when a student pi
lot lost control of hla plane and
crashed into tbe top of their au
tomobile parked at Wildwood Ga
bles. They are Mrs. Mary White, S4,
Camden. N. J., and Mrs. Emma
Laute, Mantura, N. J., each lost
a portion of her scalp, but at the
hospital to which they were ta
ken it was said they probably
wauld recover.
The airplane was piloted by
David UcKibhin. of North Wild
wood, with Park Reed, veteran
airman, from whom he was tak
ing lessons, also aboard. The
plane struck the automobile be
fore Reed could avert the acci
deat. They escaped without ser
ious injury, but were held tn
1 1 SO 9 bail each to await the out
come of tbe women's injuries.
Double of
Is Buried
(AP) The burial here this
week of WilUam L. Cundiff dis
sipated the obscurity that sur
rounded his last years and
brought to mind that he was
the associate and "double" of
(William Jennings Bryan.
The two had approximately
the same height and build and
the same rugged face, wide
mouth and prominent nose. It
was Cundiff who plaeed Bryan's
name in the list ot nominations
at. the democratic convention in
Denver 22 years ago and he ac
companied him in the ensuing
Often daring the tour when
Bryan, fatigued, lay sleeping,
Cundiff would stand on the rear
platform and wave to the crowds
who gathered to watch the
' commoner" go by. They never
knew the difference.
Bryan became . Wilson's secre
tary of state and Cundiff. still
his loyal snpproter, took a posi
tion in the state department. He
held it mntJl his death fast Mon
day hut as the years went by
and Bryan became a memory, he
retired more and more into a
u wis
elf imposed obscurity.
; J Scotts Mills
Mrs. Anna Smith of Glendale.
California, has been visiting her
nephew, Charles Logue and fam
ily the past week.
Master Walter Dixon took
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. George
.Wvers Monday.
Mrs. C K. Mulvihin and daugh
ter.' Ruby Harriet, of Portland is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs
A. L. Brougher, and also to at
tend the Hogg-Hill wedding Wed
aesdar evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H. 8. Dixon and
Beatrice Amundson spent
Punday at Jantxen beach.
Mrs. Lewis Robinson left Mon
day for Battle Ground, Washing-
Con where the will demoustraU
the Robinson electric brooder at
an electric fair held there.
Ernest Waibel of Seattle is vis
iting hit parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jake " Hopper ot Portland - via-
Ited hla brother, Jim, on the AM-
una, and tit sister, Mrs, Claud
Johnson and "family. last week,
Mr. and Mrs. George Myers mo
tored to the Hubbard mineral
springs and Champoef Sunday.
Cigarette output In the United
JUtes as ta July 1 was If .425.
IC4.3I2, ' rise of aearly 100.-
106.009 ever the tame period la
l2. . '
Alabama farmers expect te re-
Cive IS5.000.000 for their 1120
ttos erop.
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en's siagles thampioriship, and Mrs. L. A. Harper of California, her
opponent in the finals. This picture was take foUOwing their
The Cdl
Today Norma Shearer in
"Their Own Desire."
Today Aileea Pringle in
"Prinee ot Diamonds."
Txtay Gary Cooper "Man
From Wyoming" and
Fanchon and Marco in
Today "Follies of 19J0."
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dueed into this country.
Tbe word picture given by the
rchfldrea of this man was com
pleted aomewhat by H. J. Jones, a
school Janitor. Jones, who had
called Wednesday at the home
of the child's mother, Mrs. Eula
Appel, In regard to some laundry
work, said he saw a man in a
small car parked opposite the
Appel home. Jones pictured the
man as being: about SO years old,
of heavy stature, smooth of face
and wearing a Panama hat.
The child's death inspired
neighbors to participate in an or
ganized hunt for her slayer. Some
armed themselves and patrolled
the railroad yards near her home,
searching through box cars and
beating through the weeds.
North Santiam
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Scofield mo
tored to Roseburg Monday re
turning Tuesday. They went to
visit Mrs. Scofleid's son. BHHe
who Is recovering from an appen
dicitis operation.
Mr. aad Mrs. P. A. Stevens
were recent visiters at Foster,
Oregon, where they were guests
ot Mr. and Mrs. Vance Clymer.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Howard.
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. F. J.
Parker aad Jack to Chameoeg
Sunday where they attended the
dairymen's picnic.
Mr. aad Mrs. J. Palmer and
Burl left Tuesday for Crescent
city, calif. They came from Cal
lfornia here about two years ago.
Mr. palmer has been in poor
health the past year. Their bro
ther and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Stanford have moved on the Pal
mer farm.
-Buster Scofield started for
Washington by auto Saturday
morning where he has employ
Mr. aad Mrs. T. C. Higgles of
Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Browning spent Sunday at Casca
dia. o o
TURNER, Aug. 10. Mr. and
Mrs. S. 8. Prsther aad roans: son
drove to MeMinnviUe Sunday aad
were guest at the home ot Mrs.
Pratber't parents, Mr. aad Mrt.
WW. Hutchens. They returned
horns Sunday evening.
Mrs. KUsaseth McKay, who has
not aeon strong tine the hot
weather, is at the - home of her
daughter. Mrs. George Cramo. -Wallace
Riches la spending
fw days tt Tillamook with Mrs.
Riches aad sen. Cordon, who are
staying some weeks at the home ot
Mrs. Riches' mother.
Mrs. 8uaaa Car ar din went to
the home oi her ton Lawrence
Sunday evening and helped cook
tor , tn utreshere Monday and
Too Late to Classify
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MARTLET Odd Cral ffl Btart
top picking en Mitchell Island ranch
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who won the Vhlted 8tatee w
The report of the ordinance com
mittee of the eity council on the
Trade street vacation situation and
the milk code ordinance, will prob
ably be made Tuesday night at a
meeting ot the council. Paul John
son, member of the committee said
The report has not been form
ulated after two hearings this
week. Monday night the commit
tee heard arguments on the Henry
Vanderort ordinance providing
for repeal of the present milk
code, and Thursday the Trade
street vacation came np for de
bate. The Oregon Pulp and Paper
company is seeking passage of a
measure providing for vacating a
43 toot strip ot Trade street to
permit enlargement of the pant.
Chris Kowitz, a member ot the
committee, and Paul Johnson ex
pect to be away over the week
end, so the members will probably
not meet to formulate a report
until before the council meeting
LIMA. Peru. Aug. 20. (AP)
Lieut. CoL Lais Sanchez Cerro,
head of the military junta, today
told the Associated Press Harold
Grow. American naval reserve
officer, acting as head of Pern's
firing corns, would be conrt mar-
t la led. Grow was arrested and Im
prisoned last week by the Are
quipa junta.
"Grow is a mercenary wno nas
been violating the rules ot public
"Following the orders of the
overthrown dictator, he lntenoea
to fly over Arequlpa and bomb the
citv without caring about the tre
mendous consequences oi ms ac
"As Grow violated tne rules oi
the military code, we will prose-
Cms M.Q1 VCUIIC ..
Lientenant Commander Grow
served nader Ex-President Legula
as chief et the air forces.
BCPFALO. N. T.. Aug. 21
r API After successfully nego
tiating the first leg of their in
land flight enroute to the nation
al air races at Chicago. Captain
Wolfgaac Von Gronau and the
crew of his trans-Atiaane nring
boat soeat a strengous afternoon
and evening being entertained in
this citr and at Niagara Fails.
After dinner at Niagara raus.
Ont.. th eQerman liters were es
corted to the river bank where
they viewedthe illumination ot
the great cataract. They express
ed amazement at the scene. The
six persons who made the flight
ttom New Terk to Butraio, land-
is r in the harbor here at 1:40
(EST) this afternoon, retired ear
ly with the intention of getting
started early tomorrow tor Chica
go. A larger crowd, headed by Al
phonae Karl, German consul la
Buffalo, greeted Captain Von
Gronau as he piloted the whale
to a safe landing in Lake Erie.
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Attorney who Dynamited his
Wife Sets off Another
Charge; Found Dead
tOtrntmaad (rem page 1)
floor hat was aalajureC
Other prisoner! it nearby
eells were thrown from their
bunks by the force "wt the axple
Dr. J. R. Wrather, who Wat
eaUed "immediately, said death
had been instantaneous for
Sheriff Thompson taid lie was
at an Utter lost to tatersUhd
how Payne proenrred the dyaa
mite, as he had been watching
him for sereral weeks to prevent
hint from obtaining any weapon
with which he might end hi life.
Authorities here were attempt
ing to communicate with Payne's
two brothers but Immediately af
ter the explosion, had been unsuc
cessful. DIES i 11 OF
KIEBLA. Spain, Aug. 19
(AP). TTnder a broiling tun
General Charles O. Dawes, Amer
icaa ambassador to Britain and
amateur archaeologist, today in
his shirt sleeves followed the
trail of ancitnt man through the
ancient castle of Niebla and its
Puffing steadily at hla nnder
slang pipe and streaming with
perspiration, the ambassador
trudged miles to examine one ot
the richest fields of archaeologic
al reasarch ta Spain.
He scaled walls that were eld
even when tbe Romans came to
Spain, and crawled into eaves
that had bees inhabited for un
told years before the Phoenician
sailors came to trade with races
already aneient.
Clambering through under
ground passages and fighting his
way through underbrush. Mr.
Dawes wore out even the younger
members of his party but he was
happy as a boy on a holiday. He
was seeing what he had traveled
very far to find the traces left
by every known age of human
So enthusiastic did he become
that when he had been shown the
recently excavated ruins ot a Ro
man -wall, he exclaimed the sight
gave him mors pleasure than the
conception of the Dawes Dlan or
election to the vice-presidency of
the united States.
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in a root house on the Chris ten-
son farm near Poulbo.
Mrs. Christenson confessed the
killing only after 48 hours of in
cessant grilling. She was taken
to the farm today, where officers
checked over tbe scene of the
killing. Sbe recounted the hap
penings ot Tuesday but was un
able to aid in locating the revol
ver which she said she threw la
the brush after the double kill
ing. Her only show of emotion
was when her Airedale dog came
bounding out to meet her. She
told the sheriff sue wished her
brother would care for the dog.
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Orchard Heights
Weekend guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Fisher were Mrs. lash-
er a sister, Mrs. Marie Tomma-
seene and children, John B., Tom
my and Mary, Mrs. Lottie Wilson
and daughters, Margaret and Dor
othy, and Miss Jean Davidson, all
of Portland. Miss -Janet Bingner
or La Grande, a niece of Mrs. Fish
er, has also been a recent guest at
tae irianer home.
Mr. and Mrs. Cash Roberts and
eon Charles Drove to Chameoeg
Sunday. They were Joined at
LWoodbum by Mr. and Mrs. Willis
Mrs. Roy McDowell and Infant
son, James Herman, are home
from a Salem hospital Both are
gaining strength aftexerlous Ill
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reed
drove to Oregon City Sunday
where they Joined the Ernest Wy
land family for a picnic dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. James Best left
this morning on a fishing trip for
Yachats. They will be gone over
tne weekend.
Miss Ethel McDowell spent sev
eral days ot last week with her
consln, Miss Doris Phenlcie of Sa
The Cash Roberts family said a
visit recently to the water illy
i arm near Wheatland aad state
more gorgeous sight would he
hard to ftad than the many eol-
orea blossoms which range from
hues of whits, cream and lemon
to all shades of pink from very
light to deep-eerise. They say there
is a pieaie ground near aad that
it Is a place well worth visiting;.
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raadt who too.
mended a
bvChlof a tho
Bolivian army during; the now de
funct Biles administration, as ne
arrived at Mow York aboard the
8. S. Santa Clara.
In Durance
106 Times;
' Protests
CHICAGO. Aua-. 29. CAP
orris Irgang la fed up on po-
emen. He has been arrested
100 times in the last seven
years. A number which he re
gards as 100 times too many.
Arrested today for peddling
without a license, Irgang de
manded a Jury trial. He told
Judge Lyle the multiplicity of
hla arrests was due to his
being repeatedly "framed" by
business men's associations.
Tou seem to be always in
trouble over nothing at all,'
Judge Lyle said, "we'll leave it
sp to a Jury."
Oa the previous 10S occasions
Irgang has been satisfied with a
Judge's decision.
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TORONTO. Ont, Aug. 29.
(AP) Using the slogan "No
tombstone for the wheat pool,"
J. F. Bryant, minister ot public
works tor Saskatchewan, today
told directors of the Canadian
national exhibition that western
farmers resent attacks on the co
operative venture.
"Saskatchewan expects every
man to do his duty," he said.
'we are going to take our hats off
to the past and our coats off for
the future."
Those who expect the pool to
be ruined by "bootlegging" of
wheat to non-pool elevators for
higher prices do not understand
the wheat farmer. Bryant added.
He announced a world's grain
show and congress would be held
in Regina in 1931 with a prize
list of 1200,000. He urged On
tario farmers to enter their pro
ducts in competition with Sas
katchewan growers, who have
won ten world's wheat cham
pionships in Chicago from 1110
to 1029.
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CHICAOO. Aug. t. (AP)
George B. Stafford, superintend
ent of Illinois anti-saloon league
nAmr uU afficera ot the league
will urge support of any worthy
Independent candidate for the
United States senate who will sap
port the dry cause.
Although the anti-saloon league
supported Ruth Hanna McCormick
in her primary campaign against
Senator Charles S. Deneen, S af
ford said that Mrs. Atcuormics.
nmhihitia nronouncement at the
recent republican convention was
t. a statement to the Associat
ed Press. Batford quoted Mrs. Mc
cormick's declaratioa sne wouia
ha ttnnnrt bv the results of No
vember's referendum eu repeal of
the ISth amendment ana com
mented: , 1
The drys consider that this
announcement was mads for the
purpose of winning wet votes Hind
that Mrs. McCormick is ready to
abandon her convictions under the
pressure of political expediency.
This is entlrelynnsatisfactory to
ns. The officers ot the anti-ealoon
league feel that they only hope In
securing adequate representation
in support of the prohibition
amendment will be by supporting
an independent candidate for the
United States senate, and the en
tire influence of the antl-saioon
league will be exerted in support
ot any worthy candidate wno is
brought out by united action of
the dry leaders ot the state."
KA8UMIGAURA, Japan, Aug.
20 (AP) (Saturday) Harold
Bromley's projected nOn-Btop
flight across the Pacific ocean
was postponed again today when
his heavily laden monoplane ex
perienced difficulty in leaving
the ground.
Carrying 1.100 gallons of gaso
line the plant City of Tacoma, at
5:30 o'clock this morning raced
down 1,300 meters of the 1.000
meter runway, got unsteadily into
the air. Bromley after making a
half circle emptied 800 gallons of
gasoline and landed at the eastern
end ot the field. The plane was
in the air but a few minutes.
Hundreds of sailors of the Jap
anese naval base and thousands
of civilians cheered Bromley and
his aavigator Catty as the plane
started down the short field. The
flight had been delayed several
times because of unfavorable
Bromley and Gatty were unin
jured and the plane undamaged
in landing. Another attempt
would be made, Bromley said.
wbja there were favorable Winds
to aid the take off. Refueling of
the plane was begun.
AURORA, Aug. f 3. Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Scott of Riverside
drive, Portland, were visitors at
the J. W. Sadler home Wednesday.
Scott is a member of the firm,
the C. A. Bibcock company teed
mill of Portland, and In Sunny
sido Alfalfa Milling company of
Sunnyslde, Washington.
Martha Francis Bradtl, a mem
her of the younger set. Is the guest
of " her cousins. Rea Bradtl and
Maxine Kinney of Portland. A trip
to the coast has been planned for
her pleasure before her return
Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Schwab and
Mrs. Clyde Cntsforth of Gervals
played a round of golf on the Sa
lem greens Sunday,
We realize tall is coming when
we find the Aurora Woman's club
and other organizations, busily en
gaged in making np the programs
for the coming year. Mrs. Ed.
Stelnhoff, Mrs. James Ogle and
Mrs. Harry Evans compose the
committee appointed tor this pur
pose by the president of the Wom
an s club.
Mrs. Clyde Cntsforth aad daugh
ter Betty, and Mrs. Robert Harp
er and son Bobby Warren, were
Tuesday guests at the Schwab
Guests at a wedding reception
in Joneaboro. rkv amused them
selves by klUing 110 rats tn the
Ealtsi, Ore
it Mi' f
Former Secretary of State Frank
S. Kellogg has been named by the
American group 'of the League oi
Nations for the post of Judge of
the World Court . The nomina
tion, which is for the full term ol
nine rears, is considered as tanta
mount to election. The formal
lection will occur at the assembly
session next month-
Schaier Hanged;
Claims Innocence
WALLA WALLA, Wash., Aug.
tJ-(AP) Arthur Schafer, third
man to Ote en the gallows here
this summer, mounted the scaf
fold at dawn, crying his lnho-
lenee to his mother and proclaim
ing his liberty was being taken
while a guilty man went tree.
He was hanged tor the murders
Of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kirk In their
home near Shelton, Wash- tor
which a motive waa never es
New Newspaper
Out at Rainier
RAINIER, Ore., Aug. 21.
(AP). The first edition ot the
Columbia River Pilot, a four
page, six column paper published
by C. W. Semmes and his son, E,
W. Semmes. appeared here last
emmes and his son recently
suspended publication ot the
Maupin Times, Manpin, Ore.
Last year fn the Three-Eye
league the leading hitter had an
average of only .348. but this
season six elabs have composite
averages above .300.
Bis; boss of the front
line he sneets a fight
er who won't be bossed
and marries her I
Then wfiat? June Cofl
yer with the star of
"The Virginian r
Mickey Mouse
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PORTLAND, Ore.. Aug. 20.
(AP) A Jury in circuit court here
tonight convicted Carl Sears, 23,
so-called "socked bandit," of
charges of robbery.
Sears was charged with a series
of holdups here over a period ot
two months. He became known as
the sock bandit because he usually
carried a Mae sock th which he
ordered his victims to place their
cash. He said to hare stolen
about $1,000.
The Jury recommended leniency.
Sentence will be imposed Saturday
WILMINGTON. .Del., Aug. 20.
(AP) Letters threatening to
bomb Wilmington's Industrial
plants from the air unless work is
provided for the city's unemploy
ed before September 15, were
turned over to police today by the
Wilmington Evening Journal.
The letters, band-printed In ins:
on Cheap stationery, were signed.
"Unemployed Cititens." One con
tained a threat to bomb the News-
Journal building if the Evening
Journal refused to' publish the
bombing threat.
The Evening Journal said sim
ilar letters had been received by
other Wilmington industries.
Corn occupies one-third of the
total cultivated acreage in North
Carolina and cotton 27 per cent.
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