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ilie OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon Friday Morning, January SO, 1931
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DTE Oil PROHI
Lower House Turns it Down
41 to 16 Ballot;
Debate Heated 'T '"
y ; (Ctittaul from t&E 1
nresfbitlon a "dirty skunks? and
the Vrst traitors," who are do
ing everything tar break 'down law.
Fears Moral; Kffect
Upon iTohiUltoa -.
. After a speech by Mrs. Smith of
Mrrioe county Ray GUI ot Tort
la no" opposed the Teselntion be-
-caase sne -moral effect -woald bo
n endorsement Of Une- wet. elde
W e would etill have'j national -pro-niMtlea
-and be Hke eastern -states
-which 4efy the national orern-
mwi. tu qaebiion is a nauonai
-question. Oregon she aid not with
draw ifrosv prohibition, and It is
- sot Incumbent on the legislature
" to submit every qaestion. and only
- whM there la real demands ITp-
r'hold tbo law and ataad by the
"Mrs. Dorothy Lee of ilultnomai
-eriti-ixcd -the haste ia rushing
.' through 4 the resolution without
rcomeleto .hearing. "There is no
doubt In my, mlna taat Oregon
rBmain hh.tw dr n
-campaign ir very, expensive and
ilionid not be Imposed on the pee-
fkle unlees there is a great demand
-not "trow the liquor people, but
'from-the disinterested people-.
- i Taylor of Clackamas said he
: had never heard one perton la his
county who said he wanted this
Question submitted, though there
-were some who would favor aub-
L mission of a national referendum
1 1 do not understand how the hop
i men would be benefited a par
tlcl "because we would still hare
; Scott of Umatilla and Morrow
read -the 13 th amendment and
-esked it we proposed to withdraw
'from the juriadlctlon of the Unit
ed States. "We took an oath to
.support the constitution and laws
of the United States and should
.not ir voice to this open de
fiance of the federal enactments
! ; Gu Anderson of Portland said
I the federation of labor favored the
retention and he was for it.
: MarPberson of Linn said he had
i rot the slightest fear how-Oregon
j vrould vote and believed nothing
would strengthen the canse of pro
hibition more than a showdown,
i He opposed the resolution because
' thej was not the-slightest de
mand for a vote from 'his county
i and expressed his Interest in a
.etate police system for stricter en
forcement, ; Tompkins of Yamhill spoke
briefly in opposition. ..
Angell of Multnomah made a
lengthy speech declaring the
house was -spending its time use
lessly in debating a controversial
aubject on which it was powerless
-to act. "The resolution has no
bearing on Che question of pro
Mbition because it is embedded in
'the national constitution, and has
-thus been decided by a higher au
thority." Dr. Templo of Pendleton, who
aid he roted tor prohibition, de
'Toetnced it as a total failure. "Let
thepeop!e express themselves; let
; tuinettle it once for all.
I McCourt of Portland said the
! ' burden should be shifted to the
federal government and "the state
should save the money it , now
'.spends in enforcement efforts to
red8c taxes. , j
Manning dosed the argument,
referring to the fact that he closed
Portland saloons on Sunday while
district attorney and ;voted tor
prohibition, "the most, damnable
law on the statute books. Oregon
1 the wettest state in the union.
Calem is wet, wringing wet. There
is not a girl over 18 in Portland
. who can't buy liquor any njeee,
and the same in most ether towns.
ItM-the law been enforced? Can
It '.bo enforced? Ministers cant
csre me,, Montana, Wisconsin.
New Tork and Massachusetts hare
Several others arose. to explain
their vote during roll call. . .
Home ofiJl, Talkie
".TODAY end SATURDAY
Matinee 21P. M.
Mkkey Mouse Matii&e Sail
- 1:8 P.'M.
URSr BHOWINO IN SALKM
Ken In His Latest All Talking
Also Rin-Tin-Tin in
TaSUag Comely, Fables
' Comedy and Jf ewe
NAT Y AV t
tstsu ft .
By OLIVE ftl; DOAK
r: AV.tltNEirS C.trfTOL
Today Helen Twelvetrees
in "Cat Creeps." I
Today i Jamas Hall In
"Divorce Aomong Friends." .
.i 1 Torty Lem "Maynard In
I -W1E GItND
9 J. Tody--Buck ""Jonea in
. "Alen Without Law.'
. e : e i e t
"Diverce -Among, Friend is
not a' fnartlcoiarly ! outstanding
picture, 3t it j has .some unique
comedy trtbat is not heard every
day. It! concerns a. mag, James
Hall. n4a woman. Irene Delroy,
who- mak several -unsucceeful
attesnnta t ettin, a- divorce
About erery thre days they hare
a-quarrel;. end in every one the
man leaves - .home-' and stays at
his elab only to -come- back in
the -morHrar After ! several of
these family "rows" they decide
in -. earneet to .leave each other.
bat whfl hey are -pecking- they
times r they "have -trad together.
This time they are reconciled for
sure; The characters are very well
Interpreted. : il .
By "BOB jANTHONY
J The "little theatre"' play given
at the "ELiinore Wednesday night
by a Salem cast was so nearly a
professional production that it
deserves special commendation
and word of encouragement
that another each theatrical ef
fort may be made again in; the
All-told the play was the most
successful ever to tiave been pre
sented by the league. It was the
type of things the public enjoys,
and la well done. -which this was.
and it showed the' results of hard
work which began in ; December
under the direction of Irl Mc
Sherry and which continued un
der his direction until two weeks
ago when it ' became necessary
through ! Justness demands lor
both himself afrd two members
of the cast, J. Lyman Steed, and
Fred 8. Bynon,i Jr., to drop" the
Much credit is due the first
cast and ; first director for the
serious work Cone in the initial
weeks of work. This preparation
made it possible tor a -new direct
or, miss .Margaret Burroughs, to
take over the play and complete
its coaching in so short a time,
bh1 much credit indeed is due
the two-new members of the cast.
Frank Alfred and James Beard
of Portland, for! the manner in
iwhich they took; up their, parts
and carried -them through in two
Th cast included all local
folk but; for, James Beard of
Portland; the only professional
in the cast. -Mr. Beard plated the
part of a atodgy "statistician" In
dre, and Mm : interpretation was
one which won stilm laugh after
laugh. : :.V .
Miss Genevieve Thayer gave a
vivacieus- and intelligent 1 inter
pretation; of a flirtatious yet ap-
f TOD AT 4
naa prooucea an
the like of which
has not previously
pealingly sweet and harmless
young woman,, apparently a wi
dow, who sought to bo admired.
Mlsa Thayer's work was ao ar
tiatla in voicej stag poise, , and
lovely appearance L as would do
credit to a professional.
Frank Alfred did very sincere
work as - the long - lost- husband
Just returned. Wesley ? Gordon as
the artist 'lover showed worthy
poaslhllles. as did Miss Eleanore
Hendercon In the role of the in
genue. Mrs. William Merriott
took the part of the- maid in
graceful fashion. j '-1
The play moved' smoothly des
pite the 'fact that members, and
friends f the cast had to shift,
scenery -because, ef the ? union
"walk out" of sUge hands a few
days previous to . the play. Much
credit la due Wayne WWe for his
assistance In arranging the stage,
and to Miss Sarah Lansing, who
planned -the Stage arrangement;-.
Miss Mary Schultz -and Miss
Iva Clair Lots assisted by Clar
ence Wenger at the organ gave a
group of violin and organ trios
daring the Intermissions. f .-
: I "By
It's been arraaged that every
week there-will be four prises
given away .for the 'best home
talent acts. A; first and 1 second
prixe tor -girls and the same for
boys. .' ':- ; ' '-v ' ' "'i
The Idea of this Is that any
body who wants, to stag, dancer
crack some Jokes, play a musical
instrument or recite a poem may.
and they will be judged by pop
ular applause. No one caa win
consecutive prizes in the same
! M. M. C.
The first Saturday that we
have 1 good weather the Mickey
Mouse club's orchestra, will have
their ' pictures taken by Gunnell
and Robh studio and this picture
will appear in the Oregon States
man. If you wish to have your
picture in the paper, join the or
chestra which meets every Sat
urday at the Elslnore - theatre.
We had three new members last
week, Jimmy White, Robert Hoy-
ser and Nell Fischer.
M. M. C.
The doors open at 1:00 o'clock
Saturday at Warner's Capitol
M. M. C.
Joe Meany was elected yell
eader, last Saturday. The rest
of the officers will be elected this
M. M. C.
From Barbara Barnes' School
of Dance, we were entertained by
one of our . favorites, Emily Ann
M. M. C. :r
Opal Siewert of our own club
entertained us with a piano solo.
M. M. C.
Feature picture will be a thrill
ing hair-raisinr mystery comedy.
The Cat Creeps" while the ca
nary sleeps, r featuring Helen
Twelvetrees. and Neil Hamilton.
Mickey Mouse in another of his
Chapter four of "The Spell of
All of these ; go to help make
Saturdays entertainment a pleas
ing one. -
TW OtartUmg Pfcssir
with JZXH liARLOW
4 DAYS ONLY
Starting Sunday i
WARNER BROS, r-
(Continued from ease t-J '
delegation, llolman is an ' "out
and outer," a t man who works
best, the delegation says,, on
committee which he can domin
ate. Be that as it may, the Mutt
nomah delegation Is willing 4 to
accept Holtnan. His atrong advo
cacy of Meier makes him a can-
didate for some executive faver
and, the delegation leaders, said
yesterday they would prefer ton
see Buf us Holman on the port
commission than on the highway
eoBBtisnoa. -rnere-nas neenaeese
talk that he might land there or
else on the hydro-electrlo com
mission. K ; . . -j-- ..
t . .. .
Aa the matter now . stands.
Hesue Btil Ne. 71 la before the
Multnomah delegation for. air-,
port after Its passage by the
house. This bill provides for elee-1
tion of the .port commissioners.
xne. crawTora - senate bill, pro-
videa. for the appointment of the
cosamlsaloners this 1 year and.
there election hereafter. The del
egation Is net expected to report
until Monday when a com prom
ise la expected. -. . v. ) -' .
It -Is understood on good auth
ority that the JXultaomah delega
Uon. despite the favorable rote in
the nouse Tuesday; Is not of neo
eaaity In -favor of election of the
port commissioners by the people
of the district. They feel-that the'
commissioners appointed have to
date been very satisfactory and
fear ! that demagogues may win
at a popular election. On the oth
er hand the- majority of the dele
cation does not wish to entrust
the appointment to the governor
without some check, on his great
ly enhanced power. -
111 CIS DIES
(Continued from pace 1)
nuts. Always- something Is do
ing wlth filberts and English
walnuts. I Senator McNary la
really the father of the filbert
Industry lnthe central Willam-i
ette valley district.
But one of the newest things
Is an extensive experimentation;
with black walnuts. Varieties
have" been aelected from., sections
north of the Masoji end Dixon
line varieties that "may be read
ily shelled; not by band, with
machinery. The Idea Is to give
the largest food value from the.
tree, with the lowest cost tor
In this line, tuo, Mr. Stole can
LIQUID or TABLETS
Cure Colds, Headaches, Fever
6 6 6 SALVE
CUHES BABY'S COLD
Screams of Laughter! Shrieks of Excitements!
il w L: i. : J if J
VflHW H Wrt WwyiY
Mat. at S P.M.
at T as O
spare some stock tor Interested
neighbors not necessarily near
neighbors. Any one - who will
giro the matter the proper' at
tention. And free. This experi
mentation Is , Jast ; the opposite
of attempting to monopolist the
growing of useful things, or to
make money. It la for the pur
pose of spreading these lndus-t
tries on the land, ana without
money cost to the men desiring
to heln la doing it, r
Mr. Stola says land Is cheaper
than he has known it for a long
time In the Taller. There are
vast acres that will grow black
walnuts, without - Interfering
with their present use, or lack
of profitable use. .
In the case of black walftut
trees, the profits will aot be con
fined to the nata that may be
gathered; . Tho. trees will be use
ful - for . furniture, making, and
for various ; other '. purposes.
Sleeker acres may be made to
yield nuts and wood that will
make them valuable assets for
present and . future generations.
Land that Is not worth- paying
taxes on now jnay become rain
able' for the- old age pension of
the present owners, and for their
children -end children's Children.
Leon'Wlllson ot Salem route
4 died In this city January St.
aged IS years: son ot Frank Will
eon of Clinton,. Wis.; brother of
C. W; Waison of Clinton. : An
nouncement of funeral later by
W. ?i Rigdon and Bon. ' ,
- Mrs. Maude Catherine Willson
of Salem route 4 died In this city
January 28, aged 48 years; moth
er ot Mrs. H. Langdeil ot Wataa-H
vUle. Cat sister of Mrs. Charles
McDerxnit of Kelso, Wash., and
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one sister la 'Baa Francisco, Cat
Announcement ot funeral later by
W. T. nigdon and Soa
! , ' - TiOngmlro - .
George WiUlanr Longmlre of
Salem route t. died la this city
January 2S, aged years; fath
er of Mrs. SL Chrlstotfersoa of
Lsalean and W. W; Longmlre of
Walla Walla, Wash. Aleo- sur
vived by five .grandchildren. Fun
eral i services . Saturday. January
11. at 1 p.. m, from the Terw lin
ger funeral home. Rev. II. C Sto
ver officiating. Interment; City
'Alfred J. Taylor died at the
residence near Macleay January
29, aged IS years; . husband of
Leona; father of Barbara and
Kathryn; aon of William -Taylor
of Ifacleay; brother of Walter,
and Vtrgll of Salem. Earl of Los
Angeles, Califs -Mrs. John Steel-;
hammer of Silverton, -Mrs. Edith
Jarman or Salem, Mrs.- Carl Cly
mer of Sublimity and Mrs. Albert
Leiebty of Pratum. Funeral : ser
vices. Sataxday, January 21. at 2
p. m. from the chapel of W T.
Rigdon and Son. Rev4 Frans ef
Pratum officiating. Interment
C,lty View cemetery. -;
. 1 - "Gdwards - - .
Sine Edwarda -of Macleay dis
trict died at CaldwelL Idaho,
January 29. aged 82 years; mo
ther , of Mrsv A. J. Shearer 1 ot
Caldwell. Idaho.,- Mrs.' May Gues
ner of Salem. II. F. Edwards of
LaGrande and W. It. Edwards ot
Salem, Mrs. Luetla Llnville,. Mrs.
Roxie Butterfleld, and Etta
Brownlee of Kansas: e later ot
Joe Cox of Kansas- and sister-in-
law of Henry Edwarda ot Salem.
Funeral services i Monday, Febru
ary 2. at 1:20 p. m, from the
chapel of W. T, Rigdon and Son.
Interment . City View cemetery.
j Cnt Inrlule i
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m 'Y0U CAN
IT WILL MAKE
STAND ON END!
The Ghostly, Yellowish Eye of the
.MCatH Gleamed in the Darkened HaH
of the Haunted House, and-a Hairy
Claw-like Hand Stretched out to
ward the Innocent "Canary".
and -OTHER SELECT
WARNER BROS. c-v
Start ybur winter
vacation on a train to
This uohtk, tftov
sands will seek mid
winter sunshine and
run ia CtKfomu . ,
, at San Francisco, Los Angeles,
Hollywood. Or perhaps at
PalmSprings,or below the bor-
der at Agua. Cftlieate, Mexico,
H ere are
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And Here are the Trains
If you wane the best, take the The "Shasta" has a new ilvet
''Cascade' one of America's lounge car that is causing a sen
finest extra-fare trains now satioa among travelers.! "West
only 2t hours, Portland to Saa Coast," "Orcgooian" and "Kl.
City Ticket Office, 184
a-assenger Depot, 13tu ana Oak Tel. 41 . i ,
spoil tanks aforgsim
Oh$ ditch mads iPtth
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r iii a a
Let four winter vaca
tion begin on one of
pieable trains. Ia the
warm, thendif seclusion of a
swift-spceJing limited, forget
the self you left behind and
plan the California dars ahead;
math" are the others.
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