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Daring iStunts put on With
- Noted Fliers at Helm
Of tip-top Ships
- - MIAMI. Wi., Jan. 8 ( AP)
Airplanes darting .across a south
era, sky today launched Miami'
third en-American air meet on it
i-day-aerles of raees and, stunting
by- famous- ctrlUan and service fli
' era. , '
Dignitaries of the United States
and foreign countries Tiewed the
. spectacle as fleet-winged planea
swooped about pylona of the IS
tnlla reee course- or Boomed and
rolfed mboat the T,50 spectators.
A group of six marine corps
pursuit planes, from 1 Quantico,
Va., thrilled spectators with their
rapid darting over the field in
series or formation; maneonvers
with snap and slow barrel rolls,
loops and direst ;
A novelty of tbejrogram was
the hesitant hops ana Jumps ox a
. law -winged Doodlebug elan pi
loted y K. S. McDonnell, Jr., Chi
cagos - The craft darted or slowed
alaaost-to a stop at will and land?
d almost vertJcaiiy to display its
ease of handling-.
John Livingston. Aurora, Ills,,
flying a Monocoupe -net bp the
Alghest speed -or the aiternooo tor
cabin planes with-his negotiation
of the IS mil course from a
standing start is six minutes,
21:40 seconds, an are rage speed
of 141.it miles an hoar.
, Barton Stevenson. Kaasas City.
In a Monocoupe. flew loS.ES
- miles an hour to win the 15-mlle
race for 175 cubic inch dtsplace
; ment. planes.
' Lowell R. Baylee, Springfield.
Mass.. put his plane with motor
halted, fire feet 1 'inches from
a mark -on -the -field "to win the
dead stick landing contest.
Harold E. Newman, Geneseo.
TIL, Von the bomb dropping-contest,
"placing his bomb Tl feet
from the -mark.
T. I Leak. Miami, burst a free
: balloon In SO second, after it was
released -to- win the event.
The" tree, for all race -for planes
of 509 to 1.-000 cubic Inches dis
placement,' went i to Art Davis,
East -Lansing, Mich., flying his
Waco at 142.191 miles an. hour.
His time for 80 mile race was
12:39.54. The race was from a
standing : start.
5E TIED UP ON
DROUGHT AID Bill
; (Continued from page 1)
: to conference unless the republi
can and democratic forces agree
.that the food provision apply to
both urban and rural districts.
- He introduced a resolution to
... day to appropriate 130.000.900 to
i be turned over "to the American
Xted Cross to feed the unemployed
throughout the country.'
Similarly a measure to appro
i trlste $16,000,000 was introduced
by 'Representative ' Fish,' republi
n can. New York, who also submit
ted a resolution to hare the farm
m board turn wheat in its possession
i over to the Red Cross, v,
, Objecting tor the third time to
a move br Chairman Wood of the
bouse appropriations committee
to . send the drought measure to
conference, LaOuardia aald It
would be "impossible to explain
. .to the American people why food
: .should . bo distributed to certain
sections of the country, . utterly
' .disregarding the needs in other
sections, particularly in the
-cities.". V ; V'r '-
; Wood said he wls opposed to
I .the food provision for any section
of the country as a matter of prin
l clpl He added the England,
jArk.. food disturbance was stag-
,d "for' the, purpose of creating
; consternation ant confusion an
I trouble all over the country and
declared the 'Arkansas governor
.bad repudiated tbewhole thing.
I . j At that point Representat e
Parka, democrat, Arkansas, lea p
! : "edto his feet and shouted that the
:. people participating in the Arkan
: ' aaa incident "never beard of a
' radical. ; organization In - their
I lives .
' Parks- read a telegram from
Governor Partfell of Arkansas and
v more than a sco- of others from
- prominent Arkansas people urging
j relief and telling of pitiful condi-
' tlons In the drought areas.
I ' "I hasten to correct anjf impres-
'( ' si on that Arkansas does not need
assistance, regardless of what the
eastern papers mar say. Par
ti ell's telegram read. "Am strong
. for the Caraway amendment and
hope, that It will pass by big ma
) .;. Jortty.- . ;
M IES SO D ES
- '- Salem- -friends of Branson
Miles,; 20. son of the late Don
Miles, .Salem attorney who died
last spring, learned ha was acci
dentally killed In a tall down an
elevator shaft at a home hotel
tn Ban ttrandsco, word received
j Young- Miles absence ot two
days from his place of employ
ment ted January to notification
of 'the police and investigation,
which resulted in his -body being
discovered is the elevator pit ot
the hotel. lis was night clerk
and had been working there
since early last spring.
i Since word of hia death, sent
under date ot January f, was to
the effect the body had been
found that morning. It Is suppos
ed death actually occurred last
Friday night or early Saturday
. morning. Nothing was said re
garding rnneral arrangements. It
Is believed the remains will be
-.buried la California.
Besides his mother he is suri
. vlved i by his grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. B. J. Miles, formerly ot
Salem but now living In Portland,
where Mr. Miles is seriously m at
a hospital. Mrs. Miles went to
Portland to be near her husband.
. t, -. - -; one UlibUUil biAliaiiiia, Mifw. urcKuiu xmmy .ax.-. aij .
5H INTERNATIONAL VESIC IS SUCCESS AT imiVERnTC
week, bold December 1-7. ' Foram dtscrmaion gmnps were held tn all Uvug organlxatlens, foreign atndenU ireiw gwests ef sIm fellow Amer
team etodenta at a baaqnet, a talk on tnternatloaaJlsas was dollvered by Dr. Q. B.i Heble et Seed eeUege. and by Dr. Soy Akwgt, jmsnlanat
Japan auUtor. On tbe, directorate la charge -of the affair were, from left te ilgfatr Charles QlUeapAe, Eugeaei sfbanle Ilelzer, Portland;
Calvin Bryan, Graata Pass, general rJiaJrxnaa; Mlcaael Ilaimorrtch, Eugene; Merlin BhUs, EsygesM EUxabetia "Scrogrs, Portland Kasnett
fltxrerald. Pertbsnd; Lonlse Webber. PorUaad ; Jasocn Landye, Portland; Alexia Lyle,-HTamnft' Falls Edna.' Spenker, Portland; lAvbna
tucks. Portland; Alice Badetzke, Portland; ZsabeDe CroweH, Portland! George Boot, Portland; Jean Cox. Portland; and Her. Walter tSeycra,
Cngene. ' ; . - j '",! m ' : r . : - " -- ' . , x
POPE HITS OUT AT
(Contlnoed from pS D
rimony -exercised in such a way
that the act is deliberately frus
trated in its natural power." he
said, "is an offense against the
law -of Cod; and V nature, and
those who lodalse In- each are
branded -with the guilt, of a
grave sin. i : ' '
came- in "for an equally vigorous
Marriages of such a nature,
are often defended as a neces
sity of "modern" culture, he de
clared. He -gave as the church's
dictum that -they did not par
take of such culture but were
"simply hateful : abominations
which beyond all Question sim
ply reduce our truly cultured
natures to (he barbarous stand
ards of . savage people".
The modern wife, the pope
declared, must not carry the
doctrine of .obedience to her hus
band to the point of sacrificing
her wifely dignity
This is not." he said, "true
emancipation of woman. It is
rather the debasing of the wom
anly character and the dignity
motherhood. ; i. .
Saints and Bibke Called
To Substantiate Pope's View
Divorce he utterly condemned
and; he called on the pronounce
ments of the salhts and the Bi
ble! itself to show that once en
tered into . conjugal fidelity and
anion must ; persist until death
separates -the partners.
"The laws" of marriage are of
God." he affirmed. "These laws
cannot be subject to any human
decrees or to any contrary pact,
even of the 'spouses themselves,"
the ' encyclical enjoined.
The pontiff urged the educa
tion of youth if or marriage but
condemned too; much '"physiolog
ical" education '
The encyclical took on the na
ture of a sociological doctrine in
its reference. to the duty of the
state to assist married couples
in straitening" circumstances.
"Their necessities must be re
lieved as far as possible," the
pope said. -
State Mast Help to
Provide Family With Funds
Then, adopting the principles
of Pope Lea XHTs "rerum no
va rum" encyclical as his own, he
laid down -the doctrine that "in
the state such social and eco
nomic methods should be set up
as will enable every head of
family to earn as much as, ac
cording to his station in life, .is
necessary 'for himself, his wife
and for rearing his children".
Persons contemplating matri
mony., he said, should of course
strive to dispose of, or at least
diminish, the material obstacles
In their way, "but. "provision
must be made also, in the case
of those- who are not self-supporting,
for i joint aid by public
or private guilds".
LIXDSKY -SATS POPE
AGAINST GREAT LAW
NEW YORK. Jan. 8 (AP)
Former Judge Ben Lindsey of
Denver in a statement tonight
occasioned by the pope's encycli
cal on marriage -aald the protest
of the pontiff was powerless to
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4 By U AMiU4 Ptm !
SUata ''ChMt wedlock . i .
is th raaelf! aaS foaaSatioa ef
doti McUty ae tkror ef
alt haataa iatreor."
i a ramUr -"Tka faadly U
ar. aaeraS 'tfcaa taa stata, aaA
mum ara - aat far the
aorta, km far kaavm sad atana
ly." '.,)..-.(... . . ,
JMvacaa "Taa ; aaaraaiaat af
atarriac aarriaa-wita it "a par
pataai aa aialabla boa waick
caaa4 ba diaaatvei by elvil law."
BUtb Oaatral OontraMpiiaa
la aay Sana ia "aai affaaaa afaiait
taa Uv 4 t4 aad a star."
Owpaata a.ta-aa "napaiiaiaa
tat aumaaae axa r'aatfal
aaaaiiaattaaa . , , valeh rasaaa
ear Waiy aaitara4 aalans U iaa
tarfcar'waa . ataadards et , Baraga
faaplM." 'f i ..; 7
StartUtaMaa ... "atarltraWa aava
aa dtraaa awar ar Ota aadiaa af
their aaaiaM. Taaralara, ka
aa artaM kaa takaa plaoa. taay aaa
vat diraetly aara ar taaipat
ttt taa iaurritr at taa body.
Itktr lor raaaaaa at oala sr
aay atW rat Ma.' ,
Abartfloa Ja aay atraauaaaa
to ,ajralae tka praaaaU af &d
aad of aatara.
Waaa "If tka ataa U tka
kaad, tka wanaa ta tka kaart, aad
aa ha aaeapia tka akiaf plaaa la
allar. r aka . . . claia tats
karMif tka akiaf alaaa tm lora."
Tka Sata. "Biick social aad
eaoaaaia aaaaaaraa at mat ka aat
aa aa will eaakla erary kead at a
faatily ta aara aa aiaek aa, accord.
Ins ta kit stettoa ta Ufa, la aeaa
aary far klataalf. kla wUi ad tor
raarta aia akUdraa."
. - I" t
American and foreign students was
affect shifting codes ot morals.
"His i Holiness, the Pope," said
the exponent of companionate
marriage, "has a right to be con
cerned about oar changing mor
als. In j some respects he can no
more slop -the change than the
course of the comets by protest
ing sgajnsr it." -
MBS. SMIDI id
( Continued from page 1)
proviso; that: it contain a clause
that the appointed person should
be a member of the political
faith of the one who had been
electedJ . t
The meeting was harmon
ious one. the -best of feeling be
ing evidenced among the mem
bers. No further meetings will
be held unless it be tor consid
eration! of legislation affecting
this connty. ! . !
While the meeting was called
as a secret meeting, word of j its
being held became circulated
Thursday. Members were retl-
cent about discussing their
tion but the' above report is
garded ! as dependable.
Qualifications of all men
Carefully Checked Over
The delegation went very
carefully over the whole list; of
persons. ' who had been men
tioned. discussing their qualifi
cations and endeavoring to eome
to general ; agreement without
discord;. The house members (de
ferred (to Senator Brown in 'the
matter ot the recommendation
for his! colleague.
Mrs.!W. Carlton Smith who is
widely known in Salem and the
valley has long been active in
Salem affairs, civic and social.
JONES mi IB
WASHINGTON. Jan. 8. (AP)
Congress passed the Stobbs bill
to modify the Jones "6 and 10"
dry law today and that waa about
the sum total of agreement
cap! tol l hill.
The j 216.000,000 loan for
man food waa virtually in
same position in the honse that
it occupied yesterday. The senate
spent most of its time arguing
over the proposed reconsideration
of Commissioners Smith, Garsaud
and Draper of the power commis
sion. I - . .
Concerned with the snail-like
progress of legislation in the sen
ate, the assistant republican lead
er. McNary of Oregon, lniormea
his colleagues he was prepared to
ask for night sessions three dafs
week beginning. Monday.
Muses Shoals is out of confer
ence but its troubles are not j yet
over, tt may pass the house! but
even then it faces the possibility
ot a presidential-veto. j: -
Congress, feeling it Has enough
trouble on its hands, has made an
effort to delay submission Of the
much discussed prohibition report
of the !law enforcement commis
sion. The attempt- failed. The
commission is understood to be
ready to tell the president the re
sult of i Its dry law studies and ho
Is expected to transmit the report
moon ten save
PALO ALTO. CaL, Jan.
f APi-J-A rirl recoverine- from In
fantile paralysis today gave a pint
blood to save the ufo of
an expectant mother suffering
from the same disease. !
The girl is Miss Patty Baker.
It. Stanford university co-ed, who
has been la the Palo Alto hospi
tal fori the past three months.
The expectant mother is Mrs. A.
Tueker who was discovered today
to be suffering from the disease. '
Doctors recommended an i anti
toxin Injection, and Miss Baker's
offer of a pint of blood vat ac
cepted.! Dr. Harold Beave wh
made the transfusion, pointed
out the girl's blood was an
toxin as her blood t had
built up to resist Infantile
lysis. - - . x i , - Jf ;
BRtCAD, BUTTER CHEAP
KANSAS CITY. Jan. t. -AP)
Bread eaters are apreadiag It
thick in Kansas City, i
Butter, at If to 35 cents
retail, is the cheapest in
brought about at the-Unlversltr
By ZOLLIB VOLCHOK !
: M.M.C. i
"The Spell Of The Circus, is
an all talking serial and it Is the
name ot our new serial. We
hare had every kind, ot a serial
but never a circus on and we
have also had many mysteries In
our serials bat - never - one that
has sa many as this. It has the
thrills-of n real circus combined
with mystery and romance.
He is only eight years old but
he had enough sense : to know
how to bandage a boy's arm
when it was broken, and that is
what he did when his playmate
tell down and broke his arm. So
on the Honor Roll tor eight year
old Burson Ireland. Even though
his name sounds it he's not
Why not hand In v yell and
have it yelled at the club meet
ings. Honorable mention goes to
Alice Ann Wlrts for handing one
in. i- : '
She's good there's no doubt
ing that. I'm talking about our
star from Barbara Barnes School
of Dance. Little Pauline Zoe
The Keds last week were won
by Dolores Parker.
Our new serial, stars Such act
tors and actresses as Francis X.
Bushman and Alberta Vaughn.
With "The Spell of the Cir
cus" comes Fanchon and Mar
co's "Society Circus", Road to
Paradise' and a "Silly Symph
Everybody at tha big circus
WOMAN FLIERS Bf
(Continued from paga 1)
the Lady Rolph. The materials re
quested are used in patching plane
Five of Anuy'a Beet
Were ia Question Stark -
The Qnestlon Mark, the army's
contribution to endurance flying,
set the first refueling mark here
Just two years ago. It was aloft
a little more than ISO hoars. The
Question Mark carried a crew" of
five ot the army's best fliers and
was powered by three motors.
Under a sodden eky the Lady
Roiph was refueled at twUlght for
the lith time since Its takeoff at
2:30 p. m., Sunday. With its tanks
full the plane was prepared to fly
through n dreary night. , .
The return ot the plane to Its
base eased the tensity evident last
night while it circled the Imper
ial valley airport 150 miles away.
Ia case et trouble the girls can
coast the plane to a landing at
the municipal airport with a new
women's record clinched. They
exceeded the old 4 z-hour mark on
Tuesday, but had they been forced
down elsewhere the flight would
hare come to naught
Poor flying weather present
more than half the time since the
takeoff, has had its effect on the
fliers' spirits. Apparently they
have given ap all hope ot chal
lenging the. mens 4 5-hour reo-
ord, but are determined to reach
the absolute limit of their plane's
17 -horsepower motor.
Held Looter of
LIMA, Pern, Jan, I ( AP)
Augusta B. Legnla. deposed
president of Pern, and his three
sons most psy Into the treasury
zf ,000,000 soles (approximately
17,121.000) as reimbursement
for alleged improper transactions
during the 11 years of the . Legs la
The national aanctloas court
today an noun end sentence on the
former president and his three
sons, Augusto. Juav and Jose,
following a three-months Investi
gation, . - :4 : M "
Two ot the Judges in an addi
tional opinion estimated that
the Legnlas ! owed tha i country
50.000.000 soles or about fl5,
250.000. Hi -
10B HOURS UP 1 A R
e Oregon ourmr IntecMatlnnnl
GOOD FOOD TO BE
WASHINGTON. Jan. t (AP)
A food eulde calculated to fur
nish the maximum ot health and
energy from a minimum expendi
ture was made public today by
the bureau of home economics.
: The plan was prepared at the
request of the president's em
ployment committee to help fam
ilies with low incomes and was
outlined particularly with a view
to prevention of mal-nutritloa.
Dr. Lillian M. Gilbreath. chair
man of the woman's division of
the committee, emphasized "eur
food standards most not; be low
ered or adults will suffer arid the
children may be handicapped for
The recommendation include:
For every meal, milk for chil
dren, bread for 'aU. !
For every day, cereals In por
ridges or puddings, potatoes, to
matoes or oranges for children;
a green or yellow vegetable: a
fruit or additional vegetable.
For two to four time a week,
tomatoes for all: dried beans and
peas or peanuts ; eggs, especially
for children, lean meat, fish or
poultry or cheese.
Where freeh milk costs more
than 10 to 12 cents a quart, the
committee suggested unsweeten
ed canned milk or dry skimmed
milk be ' substituted for, the great
part of the milk-allowance.
The housewife was, cautioned
to adapt her menu to local prices.
In regard to meat it waa pointed
out there are many inexpensive
cuts. - I s
CORVALLIS. Ore., Jan. 8
(AP) Gang rule and bootleg
ging activities, as revealed' In
testimony In the William Hen
derson murder trial here this
week, are Intolerable, declared
Circuit Judge J. F. Sklpwortk
here today. He ordered a special
grand; Jury drawn to investigate
the situation. f j
Judge Skipworth delivered a
sharp rebuke to peace officers
and attorneys immediately fol
lowing the v announcement Hen
derson had been convicted of
manslaughter for the shooting
of E. B. Mills here last Novem
ber. He said he was am axed such
conditions were allowed to devel
op here in the very shadows of
a great educational institution.
Judge Skipworth ' ordered the
grand Jury drawn Immediately.
The investigation wilt begin
next Wednesday; - . i
t Several et the state's witness
es in Henderson's trial admitted
knowledge ot liquor "deals,' hl
Jacklng operations and gambling.
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It win scam the
Laughs oat ef yoa at
x ; Thin Sunday , j
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Refusal to Return iloralna-
tlonsipf Power men is
WASHINGTON. Jan, (AP):
--Taking i notice or, reports. Pre-,
sldent -Hoorer would reject a re-
4 nest front the-senate to return.
the nominations or three oe tne
new power commissioners, Sena
tor wheeler, democrat Montana.
asserted in tne senate ipaay
such a refusal would Justify the
charge "great newer interests are,
running his administration.?
! Administration senators, i de
fending each a possible course 1t
the senate passes the motion
pending, declared the senate bad
no authority to take such action
and the president would -not have
the right to comply with it. i
Wneeier denounced the com-J
missioners j tor dismissing solici
tor Oharlea. A. Russell and Chief
Accountant WilMam X. Wag.
His speech came during all day
I debate on the motion ot Senator
Walsh, democrat; Montana, to re
consider 'the I nominations of
Chairman Smith and Commission
era Draper and i Garsaud: . j .
Wheeler! charged -they were
dismissed because "the - great
power Interests wanted them to
be.' because of successful efforts
to cat down the- valuations ask
ed by the power companies.
As debate swept on, leaders
virtually gave up hope of a vote
before Monday, i
Senator j Braton, democrat.
New Mexico, Joined the forces
seeking to recall the nominations.
Senator Kerrls, republican; Ne
braska, who already announced
Ms position asserted "if Theodore
Roosevelt had been in the White
House, tbe three commissioners
would hare been fired" immedi
ately for dismissing Russell and
King. I : I "!
Wheeler aald he did not be
lieve) the president would "stand
behind the technicality" by re
fusing to return the nominations.
"If the president stands be
hind' thst technicality the charge
wiu be maae. ana justltledly in
my opinion, that the great power
interests not only contributed to
his campaign but are running his
"Russell and King could hare
got. along on the commission pro
vided they had been subservient
to the great power interests."
Don't Like Way
Of Gov. Olson
ST. PAUU Jan4 s- (AP) Ex
pressing dissatisfaction with the
reoly of Gov 'Fiord n. nunn tn
a series of "demands" made yes-
from a .group! of unemployment
He Was Her
Thief,1 outcast, sneering at the law, coolly plan
dering the society that ostracized her yet when
tht more terrifying menace of! riral gang
threatened her lore, fighting with the heart of a
tigress and unswerving loyalty for HER MAN.
Sewi this " strange drama of tore and loyalty
amobg crooks in a drama that wrings the heart.
Last Time Today
avaaajtn el staai iL - -
A lively story that explains
tbe ood and bad in youth's
new coda of morals, It wi3
teach parentt about their
childrenand boys and
(iris about thomselwea-
By OLfVE tU DOAK
Today Richard Dix in
e "Shooting Straight." . (
- .: - r,
Today - Sue Carroll in
"Dancing sweeties". . . -
WAiRKimtS CAPITOL !
Today"OuUide the Law.
TITK GnAItD f :
Tadar I ' Georse Durvea
and aily Starr in "Pardon
My Gun,;,.,.,,. ...;l..:.,;;';.v.-,,.l,
THE CALL BOARD !
S You will enjoy "Dancing
Sweetie's" now at -the Warner's
l8inore, it yea see It as I saw
It; Thursday afternoon. It is the,
story ot ; two modern -youths of
the -great: middle class, each of
them misunderstood at home,
where their money, if they make
any, is mere acceptable than
their presence, who meet in a
public dance contest and fall la
lore. A furnished flat. Is being
offered to any couple who will
get married as -part of the festi
vities la the dance hall the night
of the -contest. Circumstances
work so ! that there two young
things. .Sue Carrol and Grant
Withers, am the ones to be mar
ried. . f; r- . -
Some trouble follows and all In
all the whole thing Is quite hu
man and-n&t too tar outside the
keen of actuality, la addition to
that it is well acted and not badly
demonstrators today . left a con
ference with the chief executive.
They threatened that "unless our
program of relief is, approved the
unemployed workers will take
matters into their own hands.'
.The program demanded by
the demonstrators yesterday in
cluded immediate appropriation
of .S2S.60O.O0O for relief ot un
employment. Cor. Olson In i con
ference with the delegation to
day termed the demands "unreas
onable." - I .i
Uniform Code on
j Strongly Urged
I i ' aaaaaaaaaaaaaV ' J
NEW YORK, Jan. 8 (AP)
The executive committee of the
national conference on street and
highway,; safety decided today to
urge the' legislatures of 44 states
this winter to adopt a uniform
code of automobile traffic regula
tions and uniform drivers' license
laws. -f. )-' - ".-.'! ...
William E. Metxger of Detroit,
chairman of the committee, said
most accidents were due to unfa
mlliarityjof drivers with the traf
fic laws of the various states.) He
said only 12 states hare drivers'
license laws, v'm . , .-,'1. L
'Who's Who' ; 5
BIJITT , DIAlfO SIARlTJf
; j Varxlng Oa Toes' ; -,
,TABOXl a GBKKCTB !
A fpo Hew Ugly Tow Is
Versatile Novelty Artists
:' I j-.-;
$8,000,000 for 2 Years sum
To be 'Sought In Vote
, ; Of Legislators ,
, (Continued from pas 1)
Items are 2.ll for a! tubercu
lar ward and shed at the Oregon
state hospital In Salem. 152.600
for bulldlug and furnishing a dor
mitory at the- atat home for the
feeble minded in Salem. $20,10
tor additions to the nupreme court
library, and $60,000 to aid in the.
construction ot a training school
building at the Eastern Oregon
Normal school at LaGrande.- The
latter appropriation is contingent
upon the LaGrande school district
providing ISO, 000 for the same
purpose. The capital outlays s im
proved by the governor aggregates
Capital outlays " recommended
tor the years 1020 and 1030 ag
Comparing the Tarious reaulrer
meats for the years 1021 and
1932 with the amounts provided
for the previous blennlum, it was
found that the increases occur
chiefly at the state custodial In
stitutions. Requirements at the
state tuberculosis institutions at
Salem and The Dalles for the bl
ennlum 1131 and 1032 total
$110,612, as compared with $355
tit tor the previous blennlum.
At the eastern Oregon state hos
pital the Increase for Improve
ments totals approximately $248,
605. At the state penitentiary the
Increase, exclusive of the defici
ency of $245,000 authorised for
the purchase ot flax straw and
$53,000 tor the construction ot a
ceU block, totals $71,734.
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