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BASIS FOR CRIME
Great Increase in Crime of
Martin Ferrey talking to Ro
tarlan yesterday on the "Psych
ology of Crime compressed in a
ahort apace of time the substance
of extended studies which he has
made In this fartlcular field. He
first divided criminals into sev
eral classes. There la the born
criminal, a victim of atavistic ten
dencies who la born Into an en
. Tlronment he la alien to. -. There
are the criminals of passion, -who
ar swept by sadden cast of emo
tion which has been in grained
through millions of years of here
dity, and which bursta the con
trols of intelligence and reason
and commits a crime. There are
occasional criminals, who fall to
the temptation of the present age
with lta emphasis on .luxury and
acquisitiveness, and there are the
criminals by habit.
Dr. Kerrey reported that there
bad been a great increase In crime
by women, accompanying; the new
' freedom which women enjoy. The
problems of control are very aert
' ons. The sanctions of religion are
losing-their Influence. A genera
tion of youth la growing, up not
conscious of moral valnea Thr
la a growing disregard for pabUe-f
pimon wnica always Has served
a a form of restraint. Educa
tion emphasise materialism., and
becomes a tool for the bad as well
as the good. Many highly Intelligent-people
criminals. Wlthont tni
ward self-expression we nave not i
uevetopea a corresponding power
to inhibit and .control. Lack et
discipline la a. great cause tor the
com mission wf crime.
Dr. B. JT. Pound was Introduced
as a nevrViember.
' The state supreme court Taee
: day modified the -decree of Judge
Jacob Kanaler of the Multnomah
county circuit . court In . a ault
brought by B. M. Crouch to en
Join the Centra Labor Council of
Portland from picketing his two
' In the course of picketing It
was alleged by plalatlft that per
sons employed by the central la-
- bor council displayed copies of
the Oregon Labor Press on which
-were printed in large black let
ters "Crouch .Employees . Work
.Seven Days a Week" and other
similar headlines. . :
, The facta In the ault were atlp-
. ulated by the opposing attorney,
with the result that upon motion
of the attorney for the plaintiff
Judgment was entered In his fa
vor upon the pleadings. The de
fendant central' Labor council
then appealed tothe state su-
- preme court. ...
Under -the decree of the lower
court the defendants were pro
. biblted -from adopting f means
whatever to divert ' Jonage
' from, the nlalntlffa business near
his premises. The injunction also
prohibited the defendants from
- exhibition of the Orea-on Labor
Press la or near plaintiffs ree-
tauranta containing any reference
to plaintiff or to his restaurants.
In modifying the decree of
"Tndg Kauxler the supreme court
held that lor denying the defend
ants the privilege of displaying
- In front of the plaintifTs res
taurants a copy of the Oregon La
bor Press containing, any refer
ence to plaintiff or his places of
- business, would be a violation of
the constitutional provisions
granting to the Oregon Labor
Press and air other publications,
: the right of free expression of Its
. aiiiiiap . nnnnnnrn
riiii iiiiiiiiiii'i aa
A cinder eliminator which
would wash cinders from the air
rather than fan them through
cone la being considered by the
Oregon Pulp and Paper company
which Is under bond .to provide
adequate means of handling the
cinder nuisance within four
months from October, 1930,
when a portion of Trade atreet
was vacated to the milL
Walter E. Keyes. attorney for
the mm, says that the eliminator
' proposed has been tried oat with
ery satisfactory results by the
Portland General Electric com
pany. He regards It as a de
velopment over ib$ cone . cinder
jemover. - .'
Keyes bellevea that the substi
tution of the , improved type of
: remover would call for council
permission as the bond la wrlt
' .en to require a cinder cone.
The cost of the cinder ellm-
" laator which waehea the cinders
from the air and the cone which
. takes them out by auction. Is
- said to be about the same.
. . ' . aBwaaBSBBBI SMMMMH BBBBBBBaBBBBBwHBBBB
, For Water are .
r Seen From Air
; Any number of sites better for
sater supply than the Intake Io
' cation selected : by the Oregon-."-""Vaahlngton
company exist In the
Willamette river above 8alem la
the opinion of Attorney Trindle.
' With J. C. Baar, engineer,, and
5 with Lee Eyerly. pilot, Trindle
has recently scouted sources of
- aapply along the river.
From an elevation he says the
river channel where the- water-l
'! now secured la not deep and
the water Is more sluggish than
"In places above town.
Trindle said anyone who want
-7 ed to ' verify this statement
should take to Che air and see
: for himself." - -
BUTTER, EGGS STAY AT
May Be" Fed to
1 Hogs, Stock
- CHICAGO. Nov. 26 CAP)
Affected bV tha htr ihrlnV...
crop ylelda In Argentina, wheat
vic snowea an upward. 'trend
most of the time today. Author
tative -unofficial utt.t.. i.ji
cated 19.000.000 bushels less Ar-
ouuu wneai in sight for export
than recently forecast. On the
other - hand, European purchases
of wheat from North America
during the last 24 hours were
figured as totaling as much aa
1.7 60,000 bushels, and the aggre
gate of probable feeding of do
mestic wheat to Uve atock this
season was predicted tn excess of
Closing quotations on wheat
were- steadv. !-.. t ntr tn. so-
up. compared with yesterday's
Jiiun. oorn etosea uncnangea to
e higher, with oaU at 1-t de
cline to Uc advance.
PORTLaKD. Or. X,r. (AP
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Nuts, Hay and Hopsf
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teooa, 1420; saa, 9bQl2t;
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Hay wholoMte osjiBf Pd. 4eHr
ots FortiOBA, OMUra Oretoa tisMtoy.
32.50SSi do Taller. StSOie.SO: Ifab
f. SIS.SOQIS.OO: elovM-. SlSf oat koy.
SIS: ttraw. 7S In; salUas prieoa St
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m- whfto .69: fcara owiato, Bortacra
sprhic. wwtera, r4 .S7H. - ' - - -
Oaia XtK t SS lb. vkito 1A.S9.
. Barter Ho. S 4S Is. B. W. 94.00.
One Ba. t aaitarm Tallov. akipauat
Uillrvm aUadarl 1S.5S.
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Cattlo W; cWm 10. opealar stoaAy.
Uor SOO-eoo Ibv o4 S7.50.S5;
BMdivsi e.757.50: comaMia S.503S.7S:
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.7$&1J0: toran SOOCTS. UOO
1SOO lk, ireo4 TOS.l: atvdiua S.1S
(9T.Se. , Hoifers S50-85O lh sooaV S.75
7.33; aaodima; S.00OS.TS: eoaaios
S.OOdSO. Cows, rood 5.500 S.0O:
eoanaoa sad BMdhsai 4.35 5.50; law eat
er sad attar S.004.25. Balls , (roar
liags zelad4), 4.(oeS.3S; eattor eon.
bmb ao4 aaodieaa S.00Q4.50. VwWn,
aUlk foo 10.00OUJM. 114 rata 8.009
10.00; eaU aad Maaw S.OO0S.OO.
Caloos S5O-&00 IVs, ro4 aa4 choleo
0O10.O0; oMaaoa aa atoaiaai UOO
Hoc 400. inaladlas U Airoet or oa
ton tract: sotably ataar. r-
(80ft or aily mora aa4 roasting pig az
loooa). Ufkt UcaU 14O-10O lka,
troas.85; liat woicM ISO-ISO Tba,
Mta.li; Ufat volga 1SO-SOO Tba,
JliAIJS; Btdlia wolgM SOO-SSO lb.
T.7.14; aaodiaai weirfct S30-S50 loa,
7008. Si; keary wolgtit 150-190 tka,
7.00 8 J5; kaary waicht S0O-S5O tba,
Ba4Uaaa ana gnoS S.SOQ7.7S: aoekiog
ora S7S-SOO Iba, BMaiaaa aa4 good S.OO
7.15; faooW aa4 atoakar a TO-1SO
lb, goooT iW eaoieo le-OOQlLJO.
, Baaoo 17: talxiag mitrndy to maodiam
LaaU SO Oa. Iwi SS.80Q7W: aaa
Staai S.OeOS.SO: n wolgata. aaaatoa
TaorUag vataar 00-110
lh S.50 0S.e: iwn M-llO ra AIS
OS. 04: araa lSeviSO IkaL. lOOOl.iO:
all weights, aall aa4 coamawa 1X0 1.00.
POBTXAKDv Oro, Kov. M (AP)
Kilk aa raw arilk (4 or oat
$3.35 por tU sattvMwc Portlaai Un I
pmr oont; graao O latlk. SI .70. Battar
U SalireraS ta PortUad SSe.
- Pool 1 1 tmkaya aa 1 oa Ko. 1 toaM.
So am No. X Imb. (Baytag rio allvo
aaavy vrrv U., Sle; aaodiaat
aoas S to 4 lb, 17e: Ugat.Boaa.
Iter sprlaxs 10: Pokia 4aeka, 4 lbs
aa4 orv. Se: tarkara SSo. -w
PotatoM Na. x araidod; 91.7533; W.
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Teachers, Kids :
Have Week for
Christmas vacation for Salem
school teachers and students
win extend during Christmas
week only, the school board vot
ed at the session Tuesday night.
Thla will give those who plan to
go out of town two vweek-enda,
for when school closes Friday.
December TO, It will not be
opened until Monday, December
This means 1 that the usual le
gal holiday will be in effect for
the -schools on New Tear's day.
Provision wlQ be made to al
low delegates and aome other
teachers to attend the meeting
of the Oregon State -Teachers as
sociation in .Portland, December
CUT RISES GRAIN PRICE
, Grade B paw 4 mil,
delivered in Salem, S20
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Salem S3c U ? -,
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v. a. a, s
Eqaask par paoaa, .
Coloty. per 4s.
Taraip. per 4a. baaeaa
Boats, par as. aeacaoa
Carrotta. per 4s. bo ache
RadUfce. par as. baaehaa
Grooa oaioaa. per 4s. baaeaas
Baying Pttcas, Kov. SS, 1S3
Calf aaasl. 35 Iba. 1J5-1J5
Bcratea, toa ,.5.oe to 41.00
Cora, araola. toa ., ,. , ..SS.QO to 4S.SO
Crack aa gxoaad. toa 41-00-46.00
Mill raw, toa
XSS amak. wt. .i.
-KSS to 3.TS
Baying Mess, Hot. ts. 1SSS
Extra a oa
Pa woe ,
Bmylag Pric, Ur. St. 1SS0
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Brollara. coloro ,
Broiiota. oo'ored It-ZI
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Baytag BrKsss, Btv. tt. 113 t
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son waits ,
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oats as vol
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made in Fruits,
" PORTLAND, Nor, 2C (AP)
Wholesale butter, and egg
prices were unchanged In Port
land today. Butter trade opened
with a fair demand for aa am
ple volume of fresh receipts. Egg
trade waa spotted with fresh- re
celpta getting- full quotations
while price concessions were giv
en on storage atock.
- X brisk Thanugfving clean-up
trade gathered force early in the
day In the -fresh fruit and vege
table market, Prices were gener
ally steady on all lines. Oranges
for holiday consumption were In
big demand. Oregon and Wash
ington cranberries were sold out
and demand waa met with east
ern berrlea quoted at Sis to f 20
Cowllflower Mart Firm
Featurea of the market were
noted by the . government mar
ket news service aa follows: .
Cauliflower markets ahow con
tinued firmness, partly due to
frosty weather in- the- Portland
Troutdale district, which will
doubtless cause lighter volume of
loading during the .next tew
CSoUTaro is S-aoaa bars)
Ugkt sasW aaross
Hair as aa pie S
-03 to JtB
Baytag rxteos, Xv. tf. US
Bogs, 140-lOe IVa,
Hoga, see lbs, a
days. -Portland shippers, are ask
ing fiat per crate, L v b, cash
track today. -
Other Oregon commodities now
loading potatoes onlose, and
celerycontinue very duU. Po
tato ahipmeats of SSI care yes
terday were the Tightest - In
months, but demand continues
lifeless at aH western ' shipping
Export apple loadings continue
active, through Portland an4
elsewhersv : . ,
Alfalfa marketa were Irregu
lar during the week ending No
vember 15. - Central j western
marketa developed, a firmer tone
aa a result- of the lighter offer
ings caused by the heavy rains
in that area, according to the
Weekly Alfalfa rarket Review
of the United States Bureau of
Agricultural economies. Paclfle
coast marketa on the other hand,
continued weak under a alow de
mand, : both from local buyers
and eastern areas. Prices of
most grades r advanced around
SOe per ton In central western
marketa, but were unchanged to
alightly lower in California.
Rain or snow waa quite gen
eral : over the -alfalfa ' shipping
areaa of Kansas and Kebraska
during the week, and curtailed
marketings materially. This waa
reflected In much entailer re
ceipts at Kansas City, where ar
rivals totaled, only . .117 cars,
compared with 141 ear during
the previous week. Thm quality
of the receipts waa reported low.
with much musty, moldy and
badly weathered hay among- the
arrivals. Good quality hay was
scarce at most central: western
marketa and trade-.report - Indi
cate that good wound alfalfa Is
becoming scare' In producing
areas. T Demand became more-active
toward the .close of tha
week, when offerings slackened
and prices ot jail but the highest
grade, advanced around SO per
ton vt Kaasae- City, wher U. 8.
No. 1 Extra Leafy. was quoted at
S2S.S0-ZS.00; No. 1. at S22.00
22.S0; No. 2 Extra Leafy at
214.00-2S.SI-; Ko. S Leafy at
221.S0-22.I0; and No. 2 at
flSjBw-21.ee per ton. Receipts
at Omaha were materially re
duced toward the dose- of the
week, but the market : waa de
pressed by offerings of i hay car
ried over from the previous
week. No. I alfalfa sold In that,
market November 24 at 220.00
per ton. and No. S alfalfa at
Dr. John D. Brock, one of the
Middle West's best known
civilian filers, has just com
pleted, the remarkable record ef
a flight a day for the past 36ft
days. Th oceasio waa eel-
Four Members on School Board But No School
e - , --
THEY'RE WORRIED; TOO!
Exactly one-half "the -popula-Uoa
of the Bridge Creek dist
rict called -upon County School
Superintendent Mary X Fulker
son Tuesday to ask her advice
concerning care of the- school
building, the school library and
Th half of tha population
conferring with th clerk was
Joseph Harty and T. If. Bollng.
There- are- only, four residents,
all men. In the district, ' which is
located In the hllla IS miles east
- No atehaet la S Tears
Becaase- there have- been no
children In J th district, the
school has been- closed tor the
last two years, and aa a result
brated at Fairfax "Airport,
Fanta City, Mow, i where Dr.
Brock waa presented with a
silver loving cup by the Kissouri
Chamber of Cemmerce.
the residents there have been
anxious to be sure that the
equipment he lawfully taken care
of. Last year, when the district
tailed to hold aa annual elec
tion, the county superintendent
appelated a boards aa Is provided
in such, instance.. This year' no
election was held either, so the
question aroe as to whether th
old beard could legally function.
Aa a result ot - the visit, the
county superintendent named a
school board on which each res
ident ot th district la a mem
ber: Joseph Marty, ' chairman;
T. M. Bollng. clerk; Joe Bonner
and F. P. Davis, directors.
Incidentally, the Brush Creek
sehool Sas one of th finest 11-
TMDIITE Pli TO
Funeral rites tor Lloyd T. Rey
nolds who passed away at hla
home here Monday morning drew
a large number of friends to IUg
don's chapel yesterday afternoon,
so many In fact, that the capacity
of thjarlors was taxed. A pro
fusion ot winter flowers were the
final, silent tribute to the esteem
in which Senator Reynolds waa
Rev. B. Earle Parker read the
scriptural passage and said
prayer. Rev. Fred C. Taylor of
Portland, former pastor her, de
livered the funeral sermon. lie
sketched the life of Mr. Reynolds
and paid tribute to his rsUglous
devotion. Dr. Carl Q. Doney gave
a brief euology of the deceased
with whom he had been associat
ed oa the Willamette board ot
trustees for IS years, "n waa
not weak but strong." eald Dr.
Doney, "a man of profound con
victions. He waa ot unimpeach
able, a man ot sweetness and
modesty. In his quiet way he waa
aa outstanding leader. It waa
marvel that he could hav ao
many Interests and neglect non
Musical numbers were, two vo
cal soles by A. A. Schramm.
Interment followed in City
Scio High Adds
To School Staff
6CI0, Nov. 2 (.Because of tha
increased enrollment at tha 8ci
high sehool, which is now on
hundred, tt has become necessary
to employ an additional teacher.
Miss Rose Sahll ot Portland has
been employed and assumed her.
duties ; Monday morning. This
make five teachers in th faculty
A group of pupils, accompan
led by Mr. Harvie and Miss Lane,
motored to Newport during, th
week end to get ' specimens tot, ,
the biology class.
brarlea In any et the county