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The OHEGON STATESMAN Sa&t:-Qnva, TTetsiZay I Terr.!:-, Tclrrary 4, 1S3I
ET lil SEtlfiTE
RIAY BE NEXT AF.IEIUCAN DUCHESS
- Jay Upton Introduces Mear
5 sure to Allow for Ex
l, I pression of People
i Repeal of the Oregon bone-dry
law j and adoption of a state acjt
. aaralelllng the Volstead act. Is
proposed In a bill introduced in
t a senate yesterday by Senator
Jay Upton. , The measure has been
referred to the commitee on alco-
. "In .submitting- a bill adopting
tae prorlsions of the Volstead act
Is Oregon I am first referring ft
to. the people so they may hats
am. opportunity to express their
pinion as to whether ame-nd-
aaeats shonld be made to the Ore
goa prohibition law, read a state
ment issued by Senator Upton.
If the people believe la the
Vaistead act, which recognizes the
Inherent right of a eitlsen to nse
-win. home-made beer and other
Intoxicants legally obtained, as
loor as that nse is confined to
a's home and is not, commercial
tied, they cannot object to the re
peal of the present Oregon statute,
which makes a person guilty of its
violation a criminal. A person
guilty of such a -violation is not a
criminal under the .laws i of th
Uaited Sutes or jinder the law
of our sister states.
Bill Gives People ;
Cbaace for Expression
"X want to tear off the cloak o
hypocrisy and give the people a:
opportunity to come oat In th
.pea on this question. The ques
tion raised oy my diu is waemei
r not the people of Oregon in
tend to prohibit the use of lntoxi
eating liquors entirely, or wheth
er they desire to prevent me com
mercialization and sale of lntoxi
catiag liquors. : The latter, in m
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Refund ' on Distillates, ' on
Butter ' Substitutes tax
and Others Favored.
Bi Grace, the Duke of Leinster
ftnt Duke of Ireland, whose ar
rival in New York City la said
to portend -wedding bells with
himself and Mrs. Hngnette Clark
Gower, as ' ; principal figures.
Mrs. Gower Is a daughter ef the
late Senator William A. Clark.
Montana cooper king.
Oregon's 36th Legislative Session' Brings
i Interesting Personages to Salem - f
TTT-ENNIETH SHETTERLY. Of
J Willamina, took a look at
legislatire procedure yes
terday. L As a democrat he . ran
against W. E. Burke in the race
for senator last fall. Shetterly
lost by less than 800 votes, a good
race for la democratin conserva-
7 . ir. V ,,kL tiTe, republican Yamhill county,
opinion, has been the position puD-t I ,,, . r .,K n,i
hMh. fnrmw noj 'W66n he Isn t busy with politics.
.1.- .ii,mt niJ I oneuerv ruum m aiviv, uu uvea
Biitun ta . : I well at It.
"I believe the people shouia
have the right to express an opin
ion upon this, question and in or
der that there may be no misun
derstanding of what is being at
"Are they satisfied witn tne
Volstead act or do they disapprove
ef the law? If they approve the
Volstead act, they cannot object
Taonestly to the bill.
Eight members of the senate
voted against a house joint mem
orial introduced by Representative
Swift urging congress to enact in
to law the debenture plan of farm
relief. .. "J .
' Eddy Decries so
"If we are not to destroy what
Influence we have with congress."
aald Senator Eddy, "we should
ali a halt on the adoption oi I Tuesday . afternoon, carter, a
memorials such as the one "before I lormer legislator and one-time su
ns at this time. TVe do not under-1 perintendent of the state blind
stand the debenture plan, and I scnooi, is one : man who la older
adoption of this memorial might I than the rtogue nght. He la dis
prove disastrous. The president I tingulshed by kindly eye and a
of the United States and many I gray beard which rivals the hlr-
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leaaers in congress are vpposea w u uwumuiuhui ocumur www
the debenture plan, and hare no I ward
stated in the press."
Senators Mann and Dunne ae-l r Tne Sunday Welcome la not a
elared that the memorial was in J spicy papef which barely keeps la
th interest of the eastern Oregon 1 the malls as one might imagine,
wheat fafmers. who were entitled Rather it! is a weekly publication
to relief. Among the senators who I put out ait Portland and contains
voted against the memorial were legal notices, almost without end.
Bddy, Bailey. Carsner. Hall, John- j Tet lta owner Is always Tery will-
son, Moser, Schaimerich and sta-1 ing to add another legal to .his
plea. I I large collection from week, to
Under the provisions oc a pro- week. Count M. Senosky. edits
posed constitutional amendment and owns this lucrative publlea
Introdaeed by Senator Woodward tion but yesterday he got away
tne appoinunenc or a juages m i iodi enough to talk legislation
Oregon would oe vested in xne i with Representative John Man
. A. I. MaJlery can always be
distiniraished by mop of enr
ly hair, now becoming very
array. : He used to hall , from
Tillamook where be owned the
Headlight. Later be was in the
newspaper business at Klamath
Falls. ; Sow he is taking voca
tional guidance work in Oregon
State college and plans to re-'
tarn to !his first love of edu
cator, this time specializing in
keeping students out of voca
tions in which they do not fit.
and placing them where they -can
nse their Abilities -best.
Known as the oldest living man
graduate of Willamette univer
sity is J. C, Carter, who listened to
the Rogue river closing debate
governor.' The judges would ; be ning.
selected from a llpt of not less
than three nor more than fire per
sons, and would serve for a term
of 19 years instead of six years
aa uader the existing laws. The
ery for selecting the lists of per
sons eligible to serve.'
The senate 'approved a house
joint memorial introduced by Rep
resentative Tompkins urging con-
rrPM (a nat lftptala.tlnn that
'would place an embargo on cer
tain agricultural products. Sena
Among the ex's" who drop
ped Jn yesterday for the Rogue
debate waa "Representative
Hesse who usually hangs - his
hat under a roof fa Washington
county, t Twice he represented
. that district in the house. Hesse
operates! on of the finest
dairies In the state and was
ture or age. All butter sold in
the state would be graded on a
ter Wheeler explained that) this 5"i t100 ,?lnUv " possible:
legislation was desired by the far- J r,f points; body and tex
xnera, who are hard presse4 he- "1 color, 15; salt. 10;
cause of the present business de-1 r ir
Senator Eddy has Introduced a
bill authorizing an appropriation
of 11500 for the payment of pre-
' tniums at the Western Douglas
.county fair to be. held at Reeds
port during, the years 131 and
A bill by Representative Oxman
fixing the boundaries of Malheur
county was approved by the sen
ate, i ,,- - . r '
A public hearing will- be held
at 8:30 a. nu tomorrow to con-
. aider what is known as the hydro
electric water conservation meas
nre. Senator Brown, chairman of
the senate committee on railroads
and utilities, said he had received
a report that the hearing would
.be attended by a large number of
persons from different parts of
the state. i-'. v "
The milk and cream bill nro-
vldes tor! and defines grades A
and B raw milk, trade A na-
teurlzed j milk and ; grade A
cream. - -i
SETJATORS GET OLEO
' The senate agricultural com
mittee's bill to place a .license
tax on- manufacturers of and
dealers In oleomargarine, and
two bills by the same commit
tee establishing butter, milk and
cream grades were Introduced
Tuesday. . . j
The license provided in the
oleomargarine Dill is viooa
year, for manufacturers. $500
year for wholesalers and 1100 a
year for . retailers. ; If any per
son owns mora than one estab
lishment ha would be required
to pay. the license on each.
The butter . grades established
are: first grade, butter scoring
92 points . or above; second
"grade, scoring 90 points o mora
and less than 92; third grade,
scoring 8S points or more .and
less than 90; fourth grade, scor
ing below 81, and butter that
has been made from cream treat
ed with, mechanical or chemical
tneana to change Its flavor, tx-
JUDOES IS SOU
Transfer of all judicial func
tions of present county judges In
Oregon to the circuit judges and
abolition i of the office of county
Judge and Its replacement by an
added commission in each coun
ty, was proposed yesterday In a
law introduced In the house by
Representative J. Gordon Taylor
of Clackamas - county. Taylor's
bill provides that the county be
divided Into districts, each "of
which : would f choose a commission.--
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The ' commissioner 1 elected
from the first district would
serve for four years while those
from the second and third dis
tricts tot two years, after which
all commissioners would be
elected fbr four year terms. r
As nearly as possible the dis
tricts sh&Sl comprise one-third of
the population of the county and
the boundary lines changed" not
oftener. than once in four years.
here Taesday in the interest of
dairy legislation. ;
1 Free textbooks, In theory, are
fine. They are economical and
are a boon to students whose par
ents are poor. But the districts
should not be made to bear the
burden in the opinion ' of. Super
intendent Verne D. Bain of Wood-
burn. 1 "In Oregon our state
school fund provides about 41.50
a pupil a year; In Washington the
state tax brings nearly 830 a pu
pil. The two-mill . elementary
school tax is a county and thus
virtually a district tax,' Bain add
ed. "The state should pay 1 for
tnese texts ror education must
always be primarily a state func
tion. Some business men think
the tax for. education outlandish.
They forget that it is education.
always : bringing about 'the crea
tion of new desires for -clothing.
for food, for amusements, for a
fuller life, which in turn brings
on business." Bain would like
to see large federal land holdings
in Oregon revert to the state to
become an Irreducible fund for
the education of children.
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A highly pleased worker for
the Rogue river closing has been
Dr. Will Allen who formerly lived
In Salem and now resides in his
mountain home near Blue River.
Lake the doctor, was Senator Mill
er of Josephine county. . The sen
ator could hardly wait until the
last "aye" .was sonnded in the
house yesterday to get to the
telegraph booth to tell the folks
at home how the fight had been
won.- v .!.:
, Twenty-five legislative matters
now -being considered In the SCth
legislative session, have been act
ed upon by granges In the state
, according to. a survey made by
State : Master C. C, Hulet, Some
of the measures, i are backed by
single units of the grange while
! otherahare the support of-larger
units, sucn as tne Pomona grange
organizations. . -
i Some of the Issues unon which
ainerent granges have declared
themselves Include increased tax
j on- butter substitutes, to exempt
meat sold In county where pro
duced from meat tag law, oppos
ed to compulsory cream ' grading
act,- opposed to 175,000 . appro
priation for Pacific International
Livestock exposition, for exemp
tion from tax on i farm crops in
Iliands of producer;
A refund of state taxes on gas
and .distillates .used on farms Is
favored by four granges and one
Pomona group. Other Issues In
clude opposition i to" aoDronrla-
I tion for advertising and land set
tlement purpose, for compulsory
auto insurance, . opposed to sal
ary raises for state and countr
officers, for loans for seed grains.
ror limiting sue and length of
auto trailers on highways.
Old age pensions is favored br
several, i while : others . endorse
state printing and free nse of
textbooks, prohibition of gam
bling In grain, keeping Rogue
open to - commercial fishing, - for
one-dollar license for persons
hunting and fishing In own Coun
ty; for law placing 75 percent of
an road taxes distributed to
! counties in market road building
and maintenance ' fund, - for em
bargo oa wheat, for distribution
of surplus -wheat to destitute of I
O f r
George I. Shephard, former
Stete senator ma ay one-time
ranwttdte for congress, was
here yesterday in the Interests
of maritime laws. His slogan, '
fSO feet to the sea waa back of
a pioneer movement .: which
brought Portland lta excellent
Channel and harbor. - " :
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1 Yesterday, W. W. Bradley. ! of
Portland, former exalted ruler of
the Elks lodge there, made his
biennial one-day visit to the capl-
toL : i
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I One of the interested onlookers
yesterday and many days1 has
been. Mrs. Homer Gouley who en-
Joys the sessions as much as her
husband who represents this
county Mrs. Gouley was brought
up in san Francisco and while she
loves Oregon she admits that the
Golden i Gate has charms Indul
gent Nature has given to few me
tropolises. ; 3
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Priee 'em and take 'em
says Sidney Biillcr of Aurora
in commenting on . the current ,
price of good Jersey - eowi,
grade or thoronghbred. ' Miller
has been very active in the state
Jersey association. Recently be
Was . chief advbeato - for the .
gronp of Marion cownty farmers
who protested, with sweceas.
against the employment of a
county agent here this year.
Miller, tail, keen-eyed, used to
be a lawyer - and when he
speaks, the audience sits ap and.
Measured ould '
! Naming Judges
Senator Miller. In a ioint res
olution introduced In the senate
yesterday, would submit Xo the
people at the next election a pro
posal , empowering the - governor
to ! appoint all supreme, circuit
and district Judges. . The elec
tion measure would be 'a consti
tutional amendment. - ,
It provides that the govern pr
Vrould appoint' Judges Tor , periods
of 10 yearsv the -appointments to
be i made, frc t He ) ot not . less
than three, .cr more : Iban . tire
milable candidates. ;Tiie, meth
ods of famishing1 thelist. and
fixing the salaries of the- Judges
would be provided by the legis
lature. - --v-:
LlOYEiG STOREIG CRAHI4G
.. , Storage K j
Vft alio handle Fuel OQ JinVI Ccal
fflneteen-year-old Cladys Prix, oi
Atlanta, Ga., who waa found shot
to death beside tne oooy ox wiu
lam Jam fni. in the latters anto
mobile parked in a driveway of the
palatial home of Asa G. Candler,
(er. It Is believed that Cms killed
both himself and Miss nx la a fit
ef leaionsYV .
Repeal of the school bus law,
opposition to : consolidation of
rural schools and .opposition to
increased - raaoline tax . were
voiced brothers, aa well as fav
oring state constabulary, county
courts fixing salaries ' of . water
masters and favor the adminis
tration power bills. v . .
Senator Bennett yesterday, in
troduced a memorial urging con
gress to conduct an Investigation
of any and all dealers in hides.
leather, shoes and other leather
products' to determine whether or
not there Is not in existence at
this time a combination in . re
straint of trade, which is prohi
bited by the Sherman- anti-trust
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'A Special Purchase Sale
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SIZES 14 TO 17
TH Bhlrt Dots
Wot Vlfc T-nrr
Thi hrt tvm
Kot Prove entirely
hatlaf factory -
- ANOHTfA SJZZXIT
'without Cost to Ton
Just twenty! dozen fine
broadcloth shirts .Arriv
ed for this sale 1 All are
excellent quality plain
fine count fabrics. f ,
White, green, blue, and
, tan. Choose : a 1 trio of
' these and v save money
on yaur everyday shirts. ,
A Companion Sale of
The companion sale of ties embraces, to a great ex
tent, many ef our regular ?L00 qualities. AU have
W2sure With Innocent
: Face may f.!eet Strong
'"' t City Opposition
r- Allegedly . to protect the Inter
ests of trainmen, a bill was In
troduced in the senate yesterday
by Senator . Upton, - limltins the
ingth, of freicbt trains to 70
cars, I exclusive of ' the , caboose,
and of passenger to 14 cars. ..
, The. bill was drafted and proposed-
for introduction by the
Order - of ' : Railway - conductors,
the -Brotherhood .of Railroad
Trainmen and . the Brotherhood
of i Locomotlre Firemen and En
gineers through their legislative
representatives, all of whom
signed - a lengthy argument in
support of the measured . -
: ; Because " it strikes directlr at
the case before the interstate
commerce ' commission made by
the city of Portland In its argu
ments in support of the 10 cent
freight differential granted that
City oyer Seattle : from nninta in
the Inland -Empire,- determined
opposition j to the bill . is antici
pated! from shippers' organisa
tions or Portland and points in
eastern Washlnrton. Oreron. and
Idaho- : . . . ..,
.Portland was granted .Its 10-
cent freight differential over Se
attle largely upon the represen
tations ? of Interested . shippers
that grain . and other commodi- -ties
destined to the ports oti
Portland and Seattle could be
more cheaply handled into Port
land because of the longer, trains
that - Could be hauled down "the
water trade cf tie Columt !a
torse' than OTcr the raoaatain
pass roufe Into Seattle.'
An arbitrary limit tJpoa the
length -of freight trains, in Ore
gon 'would eliminate to a great
er or lesser extent the difference
la' the cost of hauling over the
water grade Ahd mountain routes
and might pave the way for Se
attle, interests to reopen Its at
tack: upon ' the differential be
fore- the federal commission.
DECISIJ OF LOU
The atate iupreme court yester
day . reversed the case of baker,
appellant," against Jenson, appeal
ed .from Lincoln county, in which
the plaintiff brought suit to an
nul a contract whereby .he agreed
to purchase from the defendant
certain Teal property for 35(0.
The plaintiff paid $1678,. and
agreed to pay the remainder up
showing good title. - . t
on being furnished an abstract
Other opinions handed down
by. the supreme court todar fol
low: . . - --
PP1 from Ualtcamh countr. U,Li..
t diuBiis ppl Uowd in oplaioa by
FortUmS Iroa Works ri Slesicss, 4
fMHUat; ppl from KUmath coast t;
MtiB . to i reeottr mm tnaiiun ui.
Jadro W.rjt. lune iom4 U nil-
ioa br Jaitico Bait. - -
- TaBeoorer National Bank Ti. VeCradio
Sad otaera: aDMaled from Ifaltaaauk
eonaty. JnSrmoat of Jadra Wilson mo
dified iy liowiar latorMt mt S606. aad
atUuraey'a fee of $00O, ia oplaioa by
Wair, appellant, T. SCarrlotl ; eppoal
from Marion county on motion to recall
maadata. Motioa to roeall mandate de
nied ia opinion by Jastico Kelly.
uonaja . Hamlin admitUd to prac
tice of law in Oreron on eertifiea,t front
aUto of Ohio.
For One Member
Fish Body Sought
Actual residence In a county on
the coast south of Clatsop coun
ty would be required of at least
one member of the Oregon fish
commission, if a bill Introduced
In, the house yesterday by Repre
sentative Wlnslow of Tillamook
county. Is made into law.
; Commercial fishing In the tide
waters on Nestr.cca bay and its
tributaries during October and
November of each year would
also be allowed by a bill to this
effect. The bill would make it
lawful to fish with set nets and
drift nets below the bridge across
the Big Nestucca river at Woods,
in' Tillamook countr, and below
a point one-half mile above the
bridge over the Little Nestucca
river on the Roosevelt highway
during the two fall months.
The batterr" hrooder In th
latest type in use at Georgia State
college of agriculture. It Is made
up of several brooders In ,a unit.
TO BTM SETTES SEB US
should kk EXAsrrvrn
CP yea hare Freqaent ESAD
IF yea cannot read flae print at
thread a needle.
CP yo are KEBVOUS and Irrt.
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READ THESE 38 CLAIMS PAID
W. P. Wiebe. 489 Trade St (Struck by car crossing street) -$
James S. Taylor; Rt. 3. (Car skidded into ditch)-. I ' .
. r N-LPeetz405. Marion. (Injured In automobile collision)
: MGrace Chenoweth, Los Angeles, (Automobile collision).
G. F. Sturgia, Rt 1 Brooks. (AutomobUe rollisinn). i
Mrs. Dovie Bates. 2084 McCoy St (Car mllisinn) ' '
, Mr. John Bates, 2084 McCoy, Sti (Car collision) '
J. Tr Holtz, 171 Court St '(Aula cnlliafnn)
Mrs. M. E. Wooster, Molalla, Ore. (Auto struck by truck)-u
SAr.1" Brown, 1759 S. Coml. (Struck by motorcycle) ZHZH
tr. o. Dwwa, oaiem. .wnst iracturea. car collision).
w - vs. oujver. jsaiem. fuar overturned .
Mrs. Carl Burns. (Carl E. Burns killed In auto accident)
Harry P. Gustafson, Salem." (Car pluntred from highway).
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H. D. Hubbard. Salem, fstnirlr W
Mrs. Nina B. Murdicky Brooks. (Car struck by railroad train)
Mrs. H.,N. Bolger, Salem. (Car plunged Into ditrh) ' ,
Ella A. -Harris, Brooks (Automobile coflision) ' -
Maxine Graham, Salem. (Automobile collision) .
inez weicy, oaiem. (Automobile collision).
Harold Cook. TicrartL fAntomohiI vAnno-oA fnf ?jf.i
Madeune M. Giesy, Salem. (Car mllisinn) ?
J. T. Hafner, Sublimity. (Car collision) , ;. . , ,"..; l
veuna ju. itowiana. Salem, fear collision!
Mrs. W. W. Rosebraugh, Salem. (Car collision)!
a. xvi. ramcjc, isaiem. (uar struck by truck).
Carl F. Green. Salem. (Hit bv rjr rrrk.?fncr afrAor c
Florence Snodgrass, Amity. (Head-on collision) L
Ella E3elman, Salem, (Hit by car while crossing street).
Dewev A. RrundMcrA 'RrrtAlra rPo rtii;0f 1
Glen W. Olmsted, Salem. ; (Automobilts collision)
W. E. Kyle, Scio (Struck by car while crossing street).
v x. ousney, oaiem. (AUXomoDUe collision)-.
Mrs. Olga G. Hof fard: Salem. ffi.r'J!WnriV-
Rev. A, P.layton, Salem, Oregon; : (Injured when car overturned)
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