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May Hold Balance of Power
If House Deadlocked;
(Continued from pas U)
i succeed his father last rear. He
aid at that time:
Friends Urg Hin
To Join G. O. P.
"I hare decided to file at farm
er-laborlte. That Is the party my
father represented and I am tiling
chiefly In response to the wlsnes
of my fathers friends In that par
ty. I coold not in proper respect
to his memory and principles, be
- eome a candidate on any other
ticket, although I appreciate the
consideration of those who bare
an crested I file as a republican
Ho was re-elected this week, de-
featlnx his republican opponent
Frank Hopkins, by a 51.791 to 12,-
(73-vote on the basis of returns
from 212 preelnts out or six.
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BY DETJTAL SOCIETY
Nomination of officers for the
maw tip wam made at the reg
ular meeting of the Marion-Polk-
. Yamhill Dental society neid last
night at the Gray Belle, with but
one name suggested for each of
fice: Dr. Floyd Utter, president;
Dr. O. A. Olson. vice-president;
ndDr. K. H. Wsters, secretary
treasurer. Speakers at the session were
Dr. Utter, who read a paper on
S u p e r pertostial Injection"
which was discussed by Dr. L. V.
. Schmidt: and Dr. B. F. Pound,
who talked on "Quarts Lamp
The local society will meet In
Corrallis November 22 with the
Southern Willamette Dental so
ciety, at which meeting program
will bo given by the Marion-Polk
Yamhill dentists. Dr. W. A. John
sun and Dr. Utter hare general
charge of arrangements for the
The trl-county society Is con
tinning; preparations for the mid
winter dental clinic, to be held
here probably in February. Den
tists from all over the state will
be invited to attend this clinic- A
similar clinic, and first for this
section, was held here last year
with remarkable success.
Members from out of town
present at the meeting last night
included: C. F. Foster and Mark
Hayter of Dallas, A. F. DeLespln
asse of Hubbard; R. W. VanVal
in and Frank Lutz of Newberg-,
and H. W. Bladron of Woodburn.
R-101 SAID FAULTY
(CoattaaeS iram ac 1
wax. with the exception of the
padding. In the same condition
as when ho had first reported
McWade testified after Sir
John had read his memorandum
recommending alterations la con
struction and another document
la which Colonel V. C. Richmond,
also killed In the crash, noted
tbat the leaks were decreasing
,the ship's lifting power.
- Colonel Richmond's memoran
dum. also filed last July, was
written after be had ' observed
that the dirigible handled heav
ily in a trial flight. His own in
apeetlon, ho wrote. Indicated that
the loss of lifting power amount
ed to about one ton per square
Inch of bole In 12 hours. It was
aa - alarming condition which re
quired attention, his memoran
Mill HIS 1
(Caattaati Iron ag 1)
, the past two years -I have stated
, unequivocally that I am giving
r no consideration or thought or
j time -to anything except the du
ties of the 'governorship.
. "I repeat that now, and to be
perfectly clearly understood, yon
can add this applies to any can
didacy national or otherwise In
"Experience shows me that I
was right two years, ago in be
lieving that I should give all my
- energies ' and thoughts to the
. governorship of New York and
, nothing else.
' Is Scheduled at
: Elks Club Nov. 18
' Plans for ! a merchants forum
for November 18 to be held at
the Elks club as a dinner gather
ing, - were announced Friday at
Ad club by Gardner Knapp. This
year the forum, will i be , held be
fore tho Christmas season Instead
of afterwards in former years.
Edmoad C. Bechtel of Portland
has been secured as one of the
speakers. His topic will be "Mer
chsndising and Modern .Times.
Knapp hopes to see attendance
marks set at the meetings sold in
former years exceeded. Every Ad
Club member will bo asked to help
with the sal of tickets.
RAIL OFFICIAL DIES
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 7.
(AP James T. Wallace, assist-
ant vice-president in charge of
.operation of the- Pennsylvania
vTallroad. died suddenly todsy at
hts home la St. Davids, a auburb.
H was tX.
GIFT BABY'S RETURN DEMANDED 1 1
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Baby Lfflian Jean, above. Is too
ytmng to -realise whst the "bix
fuss over her is about. Her
mother, Mrs. Aline Alexander
(inset), seeks writ ef habeas
eerpas in battle to regain cus
tody of her little daughter. Her
AT DALLAS ROBBED
DALLAS. Nov. 7 The Dallas
high school building was broken
into some time duing Thursday
night and 325 belonging to the
school cafeteria was taken. En
trance was gained by going
through the skylight in the boys
dressing room of the gymnasium,
the glass was broken and the wire
netting cut. '
The cafeteria will bo handicap
ped by the loss, since the money
was to be used in paying current
bills. It was in one of the offices
on the main floor, and the door
was removed from the hinges for
access to the room.
Last year the building was en
tered and papers and files in the
superintendent's office ransacked.
Old toys, broken toys,
doned toys, memories of
tads now grown and gone it is
these which Salem firemen are
asking Salem people to donate to
them as gifts to needy children
Today Boy Scoots are to call
on any homes which will give
these toys and will take them to
the East Salem fir station
where the rehabilitation of the
toys will be carried on.
The first call tor toys was is
sued in September but the re
sponse thus far has been poor
Last year a truckload of toys
were given and the firemen
found happy recipients for every
Citizens are asked to telephone
86 and tell the firemen of the
toys . available and a scout will
be dispatched to collect them.
Or the toys can be brought di
rect to the fire station on 18th
and State streets.
CIRCUIT; COURT TO
November term of circuit court
will open Monday for department
one. presided over by Judge L. H.
McMahan. Following cases have
November 10 at 10:00, St am
ex rel Dickerson vs. Tokstsd, one
November 12 at 10:00, Wag
ner ts. Fob Ikes and others, one
November 13 at 9 :00)' Mont
gomery vs. Alexander, one day.
November 14 at 9:00, Ling vs.
Richfield, two days.
November 17 at 10:09, Olson
vs. Street, one half day; and
State vs. Wood, one day.
November 18 at 9:00, Nelson
vs. United States Casualty com
pany, one day.
November 20 at 9:00, State vs.
Young, one day.
Cases set - for December term
of department two, presided over
by Judge Gale S. Hill, are:
December 3. Saffron vs. Maiz
els. December 10 at 9:30, . Bratzel
December : 11 at 1:30, Smith
December 1 12 at 9:30, Potter
Judge Hill will be here Mon
day, Norembsr 10. to hear argu
ments in the Byrd estate, an ap
peal from the county court on
attorney's fees and proper dis
position of Interest from certain
sum of money.
WASHINGTON, Not. 7 (AP)
Tuesday's elections solved some
of the problems of the senate
campaign . funds ' Investigation
committee, among them Ruth
Hsnna McCormick, but its chair
man. Senator Nye said today ho
had seen enough to convince him
that more stringent laws govern
ing voting were needed.
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DOiTIOIJ OF TOYS
FOR NEEDY SOUGHT
RESUME ON MONDAY
MEMPH S VOTE
fight Is directed against Dr.
Ceuxtlaad K. Sanborn, Oakland,
California, physician, and his
wife, Aaaetta, to whom she is
alleged to hare given her baby
daughter, fallowing a ehanco
meeting en a downtown street.
Frank M. ErUkson. Jr., son of
the dean of the College of Liberal
Arts of Willamette university, is
making himself ) valuable in the
work of giving to news readers a
graphic idea of the fires In
southern California. Mr. Erick
son is chief pilot of the Curtis
Wright Flying Service which has
hangars at Mines field and the
Grand Central Airport Terminal
In Los Angeles.;
The work of Mr. Eriekson con
sists of- taking photographers
aloft and over the fires from the
field under the direction of the
Times, a Los Angeles dally
Through this work, several un
usual and authentic pictures
have been taken at a risk. There
Is some dangef due to smoke
clouds and otnr hazards. One
of the worst of these hazards is
the presence of air pockets
which. If large enough, may
Cause a plane to drop into the
furnace-like mountain sides like
a plummet. Only expert pilots
can and will risk their planes
over such a location.
By OLIVE M. DOAK
Sophistication and poise with
a delightful appreciation and
sensitive interpretation of the
subtle lines of Oscar Wilde's
cleverly amusing comedy drama
"The Importance, of Being Earn
est" marked the presentation of
this play by Chemeketa chapter
of ' De Molay. and Chadwick as
sembly Rainbow for girls in the
high - school auditorium Friday
Criticism has been hurled at
those who would choose plays
over the head of youth, but it
appears that youth may live age
if It properly understands what
is to be felt in age; and again
one appreciated with the excel
lent makeup of the characters
Friday night Just what power it
has to carry over the nice shad
ings of effect. Miss Genevieve
Thayer was responsible for the
finished make up o't the cast.
Tho characters were exception
ally well cast and each carried
his part in tho manner of an art
ist. " It is necessary to speak es
pecially of the smooth, sensitive
work of Don Poujade whoso
work was remarkably mature.
Billy Dyer whose amusing na
turalness as a nervous and ego
tistical man of standing won the
admiration of tha audience and
gave It many a: good laughs;
Miss Betty Mae Hartung was de
lightfully refreshing in the part
of a romantic young girl and
Miss Ruth Flck was surprisingly
subtle and expressive of the
aristocratic young English noble
woman. One must not forget the
work of Dorothy Alexander;
which carried through a diffi
cult part with credit, and the
highly sympathetic Interpreta
tion of Fern Harris in tho part
of the Inhibited governess was a
Other members of tha : cast.
Richard Upjohn as a servant,
Reginald- Rees also a servant,
Josephine McGilchrist, Larkin
Williams as the rector all made
admirable appearances. '- .
. Miss . Margaret - Burroughs
coached the play and she , most
certainly has much to her credit
for the manner in which the ma
ture sophistication of Oscar
Wilde was given to the audience
Friday night with hardly a point
missed. The pity was that there
were notCJnore of Salens, folk to
enjoy this play. - ; j ,
Bodies of Four
Blast Victims ".
.' MILLFIELD, O, Nov. 7 -(AP)
The deep tunnels of No. t mine
of the Sunday Creek Coal com
pany gave up the bodies of four
more miners late today, bringing
to S3 the known dead in last
Discovery of the bodies was
made by fellow ' miners and in
spectors of the federal bureau ef
OREGON STATESMAN Salem. Oregon, Saturday Homing.
Republican in That Case
Jo Lose Chairmanships
h Hawley Explains
If the democratic party se
cures a majority in the house of
representatives,- organization or
that legislative body will bo la
tne nanas oz mat party, saaa
Congressman W. C, Hawley yes
terday. At the time he made the
statement 211 seats were sure
for the republicans, 217 tor the
democrats and ono contest was in
doubt. In addition a farmer-labor
candidate had secured elec
tion. -Hawley i pointed . out that In
event the doubtful contest went
to a republican-the farmer-labor
member would control the house,
and whether he went republican
or democrat would decide-which
party organized tha house.
In event the democratic party
organises - the bonse which con
venes for its short term . next
month, all committee chairmen
and the majority members or.
the committees will bo democrats.
The speaker will also be a dem
Hawley said tho republican
party had anticipated that It
would lose some of tho strength
it acquired in the Hoover land
slide two years ago. A number
of republican congressmen were
elected in 19 2 S In states normal
ly democratic. These were al
most sure to go back to the dem
ocratic standard, Hawley thought,
but he did hot anticipate aa
sweeping a landslide to the dem
ocrats as came.
The congressman goes east
about November 20 and will be
In Washington until March.
A motion to Indorse the pro
posed city ordinance making the
giving of an N. S. F. check a case
of vagrancy waa unanimously in
dorsed by the Salem credit men's
association at tho regular weekly
meeting held on Friday at the Ar
gola. Ralph Emmons explained the
way that the proposed ordinance
would operate and pointed out that
in Portland where It had been In
effect for some time the N. S. T.
check evil had been practically
After indorsing, the proposed
plan the credit group appointed
Ralph Emmons and Otto K.
Paulas as a committee to repre
sent the association in attempting
to get the ordinance passed by
the Salem city council. It is un
derstood that several other groups
of business men have Indorsed
It was reported that tho hotel
promotion committee would meet
at the Argola every day at noon
for the next three weeks, and Ed
Sehunke and Otto Paulus were ap
pointed as a committee to arrange
a meeting for the credit men for
the next three meetings.
CHARLES J. LISLE
(Contiaa tnm saga X)
inence In his undertakings. As a
boy he became a printer,, later a
soldier in tho last of the Indian
wars , then a volunteer in the
Philippines, helping subdue the
insurrection there snd winning
distinction for himself and those
in his command.
Ho was an aggressive Journal
ist and became prominent In
publishing newspapers In tho
state of Idaho. He wrote for mag
azines of nationwide circulation.
Music and sports received a por
tion of his interest, .
Lisle's collection of firearms
has been considered -one of the
most complete in the northwest.
Tributes . in token of his ser
vice and character were paid at
the funeral service by Dr. Csrl
Gregg Doney and Rev. John T.
Myers of Woodburn, one vf tho
parole officers at the training
school. Solos were sung by Mrs.
Myers snd Ronald Craven.
Graveside services, including
taps and firing squad, were given
by the Spanish War veterans.
W. UJ MINSTRELS ,
An Imposing array of "fish
and soup" suits and well black
ed faces graced tho platform of
Waller hall of Willamette univer
sity Friday night when the Wil
lamette! Men's Glee club present
ed an evening of negro minstrel
The program was made up of
songs, instrumental numbers and
the inevitable byplay between
endmen and Interlocutor, all of
which met with a warmly spon
taneous reception from the uni
versity audience which, though
small, was enthusiastic
The complete - glee t club "per
sonnel presented two numbers
which added to the attractive
ness of the program. The stage
appearance of the minstrel show
was one of the best made 'by a
university production . for some
time.'- - i '. r-. :
Alfonso Seryes' :
One Day in Army,
MADRID, Nov. 7,.-L(AF) -ing
Alfonso served at 24-hour "hitch"
in his own army today, -donning
his uniform as - commander In
chief and inspecting one of the
city barracks. .
TO G I L USE
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The-Duke-of Manchester, known
as England's sporting Duke, sa
lutes tha Goddess of liberty as he
approaches New York on the S. S.
Majestic, prior to spending a New
World holiday. Tha titled visitor
has a wide circle of friends in
America, ha having married the
former Helena Zimmerman, an
American heiress, in 1900.
Sure We are
Coach R. G. Downle of the Che
mawa Indian school branded as
a fabrication a story appearing in
Portland newspaper that his foot
ball team had refused to play a
Reed college team because of the
name "aborigines" used in an
nouncing the contest.
"My boys don't mind . any of
the names correctly applied to
Indians." Downie said Friday
night. "The Indians are abor
igines of this country a s the
white people are aborigines of
some other. They do object to
"Si washes" because it fastens on
them the reputation of a tribe to
which they don't belong."
The game was cancelled sever
al days ago because the hour con
flicted with school work. Downie
Members of the Jury which sat
on circuit court cases during the
October term of court were dis
charged yesterday after case of
Bank ef California against N.
Sehmalts and 8ona had been fin
ished. The 22 persons who serv
ed on thefjury In the term receiv
ed a total of fl.058.10, which ex
cludes the bailiff's services. This
jury psyroll is not quits as large
4ve Sua ttCae Eimislar?
DID NOT COST
it hasn't any War Scenes, or Airplanes, orv Beer
Barons, or Machine Guns. Not even a Gangster'
But it has a Grand Story. Rich . . . Honest to
Goodness Comedy and what a Charmine; Cast. . .
"LOVE IN THE ROUGH" is the picture with a Per
sonality, the kind of Movie you love to spend a few
hours with. . Here is the Gay Country Club romance
that; presents the most endearing; of all Screen Lov
. ers, 'Robert Montgomery and Dorothy Jordan.
Not Colossal but Awfully Clever . . . Peppery light
drama, chock-full of chuckles and loaded with laughs
... They thought he was a Millionaire, but all he had
was ! Nerve, a Million Dollar Smile and a 300 yard
drive on the golf course. . . On the stage "LOVE IN
THE ROUGH" was a great Broadway Hit . . . On' the
Screen it is a Nation-wide Triumph. . , In other words
it's a Darn Swell Show.
ON TUB STAGE '
Girls - - Comedy - - tolor
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November 8, 1930
UF QUALITY HOURS
A' conditional loss of 10 se
mester, quality hours will be the
penalty. for every Willamette
university student - who attended
tho dance tho night of October
31. These terms will be enforced
providing those students involved
will see either the dean of wom
en, the dean of the Liberal Arts
college or. himself, stated Presi
dent Carl G. Doney In aa ad
dress, Friday, in chapel.
Those students' who do not see
one of the three executives will
lose the quality hours for the
year. Those who see the three
snd have, a good record tor the
rest of the year, will hare the
credits returned to them in
Over 325 signatures are on
the petition which will be pre
sented to the board of trustees
tor A hearing on the dance ques
tion. ' In; making the decision in re
gard to the hours of work being
recalled. Dr. Doney- Is enforcing
the ruling that Willamette stu
dents are not to holdsdances under-
auspices of any university
LAW IS DUE SOON
WASHINGTON, Nor. 7 (AP)
President Hoover's lsw en
forcement commission had ar
rived today at a definite formula
for writing its prohibition . report
and with 'nearly a dozen definite
recommendations before it found
the end of its task at least In
Virtually every member of the
commission has prepared in writ
ten form just what he or she
thinks should be done about the
dry law. With these views before
the group and with an immense
volume of Impartial prohlbtion
material available as background
including facts and figures on
the Swedish and Canadian liquor
control systems the members
are now joining the parts Into a
The actual writing of the final
report to President IJoover and
to congress was described at
commission headquarters today
as not yet begun It was assured,
however, that progress has been
made In bringing the 11 minds
Into at least partial unanimity on
some points but with a final
showdown still In the offing.
Orville Thomas, youth charged
with being one of three young
men to break into a store at Pra
tum recently, waived 'preliminary
hearing In Justice court Friday
and was bound over to the grand
jury. He was held in the county
jail after the hearing, being un
able to furnish hall.
V. J.- Krehblel. owner of the
store, signed the complaint against
Two other men, believed to be
involved in the robbery are be
ing held at Oregon City. TUelr
names are Archie Evans and
Charles Rice. A large quantity of
loot was taken from the store, the
merchandise being hauled away In
By OLIVE M. DOAK,
Today Charles Blckford In
"The Sea Bat,"
. THE GRAND
Today Warner Baxter In
Today Robert Montgomery
. ta "Love in the - Rough"
and Fanchon & Marco In
"On the Set".
Today Amos and Andy In
"Check and Double
AID TO BICIS
The state of Oregon has ad
vanced to Irrigation and drain
age districts, for-the payment of
interest on bonds, the amount of
f 2,172,7(0, according to figures
made public here Friday by C. E.
8trleklin, state engineer.
The constitutional amendment
authorizing the state to guaran
tee and pay Interest on bonds Is
sued by Irrigation and drainage
districts, for a period of tire
years, was repealed at Tuesday's
Stricklin' said that by the time
the last bond Is paid,. the amount
of money paid by the state under
this mendment will exceed $4,
683,000. Thirteen irrigation
districts have defaulted in their
interest, and are now in various
stages of reorganization.
DALLAS, Nor. 7 J. B. Eakin,
past commander of the local le
gion post and now commander for
the first district was speaker at
the Kiwanls luncheon Friday. His
MOVED TO THE
HELD OVER FOR
CROWDS . .
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fed T - - .L '
Make Dates for the Monday
and TiiPeifav Chn a .t-
NEXT SUNDAY and
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talk uras on the meaning of Arm
istice day, its observance and the
work being done by the legion in
the community, in caring for its
own members and others. He al
so outlined the program tor Arm
istice dsy which will be celebrated
in Dallas this year.
Next Friday, Dr. A. B. Starbuck
will talk about the coming Red
Cross roll call, and the work done
by this organization.
LAST TDdES TOD AT
Mickey Mouse Matinee
Today 1:30 P. M.
Here's the Great Adventure
Pfctnre Actually Filmed in the
.Starring Charles Blckford,
Nils Asthet Raque! Torres,
'' and George F. Martin
Also Talking Comedy, News,
. and Fables.
First Showing In Salem
A PICTURE WITH PUNCH
the Last Times this
Picture wUl be
SHOW IN SALEM
THIS YE AR I
Vp Eddie Dowling
Jgs, "Blaze 0 Glory"
""S BETTY COMPSON
I tSJ- TALKING !
f tV SINGING J
! tl i DANCING
1 fj ' i A Bono-Art