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The OREGON STATESMAN. e&Ia, Ore Wednesday Uerrlr.". Febrery4, isil
QBE TOLL IS
1 HEADS SEJICH f
S- ; ' -o
wish in, eleslag the- Ras-ae. after
the measure had Just been voted
down last November. To legislate
a basis industry in Curry county
out . ot existence, ; especially In
times of economic depression, was
unjust and unwarranted, said the,
opponents of the measure. I
The debate starting shortly af
ter I o'clock, lasted for nearly
two hours and was conducted be
fore a crowded gallery la the
house. j -..J.
WHEN LOCOMOTIVE JUMPED THE CURVE
Final Count Goes -J4 to 16
BILL IS FILED
'Eya Witness Says Buildings
Administration Measure is!
Designed to Combine
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fell Like Ccrrfs; f.!ucV
- Damage Reported
(Continued from page 1)
millions of pounds sterling, rery
Jo Shut Stream to Com
(Continued from pass 1) ,
erner. Deputy to be appointed by
the superintendent at a salary ot
2.. Superintendent given power
o nam& mem ben of force. Num
ber of member consist lug of
captains, lieutenants, sergeants,
corporals, privates and recruit
t determined by governor.
' S. State -provides uniforms and
equipment and officers are to be
reappointed biennially. , '. -m
4. Ware scale set as. follows t
captains 13000; lieutenants-? $2,-
. 0: -MieMM ts asioe; corporal
fl80; privates $100: recruits
In training 11200.
5. Game funds, stats- highway
funds, fire- ;marslial. funds aad
greaeral -.funds to provide- xer
aues. "';.. " V'" V ; ' I :-
Bills TTovhUons . 4
In a special message accom
panying the bill. Governor Meier
said -in part:
'The Oregon state pelice bill
"creates a department f state po
lice under a superintendent of
aU.te police appointed by the gov-
. amaf a1ia tjra wltlh fa
atl after th oreaent state
traffic department consists otj
noh jan44T iiitn nta mn
eanta- ennonla and wheat es as
-hair be required and -who are ap
pointed by be .superintendent I
with the- consent of. the governor.
'The Oregon state- police" is
charged, generally, with -the en
forcement of all criminal laws
-throughout the state of Oregon
with headquarters organized for
ihe purpose- of f urntahing ekiUed.
aerrtoes and advice in all crimin
al carters .Including complete
records rith reference to -persons
acctwed-JOf crime, finger, prints,
handwriting and ballistics. I
"The -great duplicatioa In ac-
tlTity In traffic . regulation wil
be ebrlated ' and all state police
will haTe 'the duties of enforcing
all criminal laws, the- violation of
which may come to their atten
tion. The act provides for i coor
dination for the purpose of ob
viating duplication of ertort and J
xindTie expense. The act has been
-or a lira wiin me teei reaiares oi
the Canadian Royjj.1 Mounted po
lice. -the -Texas Rangers aad the
-atate police organizations of New
J ersey, Pennsylvania and other
states which have proved highly
IS SMOOTHED OUT
(Continued troru page L)
-compromise, proposal was made I
'In the senate and another:
IHtrrlsen of Mississippi, a dem
ocratic advocate ef -the ovr
rnentat relief prevision, proposed
that the .$25,000,000 appreprla-
-tion be made for the Red Cress
-with- the stipulation that it be
caed only tn case cbaritable ar-
aniEauon9 were net taking cars!
vt thealtnatlon. ' i
enaior : iensens, repnbucan,
Mtchtgam. daqnired of Iemoc rat-
la 'Leader Jiebinson If he wonJl
ccept a proposal of a 15.00.
C&t food loan Instead ot -the
S2S.60M0O Jted Coss appropria
tion. m Senator Jtoblnson declined to
conMnent until a definite eom-
troml9 was formally olfered.
In two speeches, the democratic I
aeaaer defended his own relief 1
xl escribed as
President Hoover's statement
expressed the fear of the chief
-executive that if once tae -government
Iras turned its hand to
ward pushing the cart of relief,
tha Telunteered by private cltt
sena will be lifted and the -sense
ot local. Individual responsibility
to ear for the needy' would be
Bill to Separate
Senator Crawford yesterday In
troduced a bill providing for a
non-partisan Judiciary in Oregon,
.similar to that new In operatloa
in the state ot Washington. The
'will has the indorsement of the
Oregon State Bar association and
the legal fraternity in general.
"The- till would allow candidates
tor office to tile either by peti
tion or declaration.
A FIKST NATIONAL AND I
ww MJAm AA.aha) A
The Ibceraetlve of the Suwanee
SseeiaL 'FhridaJoud tnun ox
Severn Railway, tore off 1
tie nils in ronnding a curve i
Ueleawooa. Temt. ana
Ul OE CITY
. IEH1 HELD
(Ceutl.uef -from page 1)
later by newspaper wen but she
I refused ts ' discuss her arrest.
Sho also refused to eay In what
Portia ank -alleg ed
i"m yvrm ;
LA GRANDE. Ore.. Feb. r.--
(AP)-Mrs. Ward W. Fowlor,
for several years La Grande city
treasurer, eto was arrested- on
aa epen caarge at Pendleton to
day, -will returaed here for
CruestioaJag -in connection with
an alleged shortage In her ac
counts.! ! City- Manager A. B
Cherry said tonight. - (
Mrs. I Fewler was removed
from office ; F-ebruary 1 because
of consolidation of city offices.
She was to hare made a turnj-
over of accounts today but when
sbe failed to appear at the off Left
this auerneoa a search was
yy yj rj TJ f J
tilgtl tlOpG tlGlU.
For i Recovery
Of Julia Creech
Condition of Miss Julia Creech;
Salem-girl who, is attending the
University or Oregon, at Eugenei,
is better, -and- ''a great deal jot
hope" Uheld tor "her recovery, act
cording fo word received here last
night by her father, T. W. Creech
from Mrs.- Creech, who is in uj
gene with J alia. J i , j
Mr. Creech returned to Salem
yesterday afternoon" after being
assured -that everything was being
done fo Julia. He will go back
to Eugene today , . ?
Julia nnderweat an emergency
operettas' at the Pacific Christian
hospital there -Monday. Her con
dition was considered extremely
critical. ( She U a -sophomore at
the nnirecstty and was a popular
member of-aer class, while going
to High school here.
J O lilt iLXeCUXlVC
c 1 f r 3
SeSSlOtl OT ROBG
Members f the state highway
commission -end tbw reads- and,
highways tosrmtttees ofthe house
and- swnat wtll itetd an executive
session "here renight. -The- dis
cussions rHl in devoted- to hills
atWin Th 4tat highway pro-
r- i - t ;
weld that the highway
commission especially is opposed
to Senator Upton's bill under
which large sums ' of highway
funds worildr te- returned to the
t counties; . '
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LONDON, Feb. (AP) For
the second successive week, offi
cial statistics show. Great Brit
ain's somber of unemployed lias
decreased, f . ' ...
The--figure aaon January it,
waa Z,z,C. which was 15,
T6 vnder-the -previous week At
Che jsns time it was 1.191,131
over tttt ot the same date a year
go. t - i
: XRAcn w roruLAiv
CHTCAGOi Fob. (AP)--Thousanda
teonged a boat Lake
Michigan's ahorw today aa the
thermometer climbed to 64 de
grees the j warmest February
temperature on record. ; . i
eleven passenger . cars-
withit. Five sersnns were iSled
and rew: Injuries. Tha
wcotwutb, wn iwuutn i"""-
in toe xerecroum u. uu w
er Men's 'Women."
Friday Grant Mitchell la
-Man to Man."
Today Bessie Love In "Good j
News." - i : r
Friday Charles Sogers in
i , . ;
Today Ben Lyon in "Hell'a
f Angels" -
Thursday Dorothy Peter-
son in "Mother's Cry."'
w GRAND J
Today SllHo Bennett ' I in
Friday Illton SHla in "The
Sea Wolf." f
Jim Ham Lewis
Sees 4 Parties
Looming in 1932
! LOS ANGELES, Feb. t.
(AP) J. Hamilton Lewis, U. S:
senator elect - from Illinois, pre
dicta the appearance of two ne
political parties at the next na
tional election- Lewis made his
statement to a group of news
papermen who met him upon, his
arrival here. . '"--! '
One of the new parties, he
said, will be out-and-out prohi
bition. He said the prohibition
ists at present are net satisfied
with either, the- republican- or
democrat attitudes on the ques
tion, j - :
The fonrta- party, he predict
ed, will bo- made an of those fa
voring public ownership of nub-
lie utilities and any other easiness
the government coald. own and op
erate. Thla party will be semi-so-cialtet,
he said; ' ,
Plant is Denied
DETROIT. Feb. I (AP)
The ; Ford Motor company, in
stead ot planning abandonment
ot its Brazilian rubber planta
tion, intends to " speed up the
work i there, a statement Issued,
by the company today said.
"There is no truth la the re
port that the Ford rubber plan
tation is to be abandoned," the
James Lata, of Catawba coun
ty, N. C produced 121.6 -bushels
of corn on one acre aad won $71
in prizes thia past year. - '
COMING SCNDAT ,
Bjr OUVE SLDOAK '
pheto picture, while wtp
turaeeL passenger coaA can ha
te n the other sids of th
I A revised tunnel hill, which
would connect .Washington and
Multnomah counties is scheduled
for Introduction in the senate
some time this: week. Instead of
providing that the- proposed tun
nel be built under the supervision
of the-state highway commission,
the new hill will provide that a
tunnel board bo named by the
governor to supervise the- con
struction and operation of the
It was not certain last eight d
whether the proposed bonds for
the tunnel world be an obliga
tion solely against the tunnel
constructed or whether a tunnel
district embracing part of Mult
nomah and Washington counties
would be formed on which the
bond issue would be placed, serv
ing with the tunnel itself as sure
ty for. the obligations. Senator
Fisher of Washington county will
probably sponsor the new bill.
Considerable surprise waa oc
casioned in the senate yesterday
when Senator Woodward announ
ced that ho had. decided to with
draw his own bill providing for
tho construction of the Tualatin
tunnel. Estimated cost had been
placed at $,00 0,000.
Liquor Plot oi (
NEW YORK,!. Feb. S (AP)
country wide plot -resulting in
tho- diversion for beverage pur
poses of more than, a million gal
lons of alcohol land perfume was
alleged by federal agents- today as
19 men and two women wero ar
raigned. . I
I The - defendants, residents of
New York state and New Jersey,
were held for hearings in remo
val proceedings to Chicago. They
hare been indicted there for con
spiracy to violate the federal dry
laws. ';: - - J- 5 - V
Whose Woman IsSHe?
. . . i'
Does she owe herself to the-
man she married or the
man she realljr loves? 4 A
great cast of artists unfolds
her strange story in
MARY ASTCn - GRANT
J. Farre3 MacDonald 'tu3
2 to 5 P. IL
- - AficUj .
little of it covered by eartnuake
Relief Sent From
NearbT Citie ' ; .
Quick to respond to the call.
It doctors and 7 S nurses from
nearby cities aided in minister
ing to sufferers, vi.'r
There was no panie today. The
survivors, having passed through
a terrifying experience, seemed
daxed as . they ; moved quietly
through broken streets. On eith
er side stretehed flattened areas,
wifft brick chimneys standing
like tombstones in. cemetery.
Tfle sea Toa was thrust up
ward 15 fact by tho earthquake.
Ships at , anchor In Hawks - Bay
wero forced to more farther out.
1 Tho motor ship Taranakl in fix,
pier roaoa repozxea ill snip was
snakoa violently as though- by ex
plosions, aboard . l
' Soon .parties wero landed from
th ahips carrying food and sup
plies to devastated Napier,
like Cards i
Describing the scene, 8. Lewis
ot Sydney who arrived at Wel
lington last night, said two story
buildings came down like packs
of cards. In one street, tho two
sides of buildings met, burying a
whole row of taxi cabs with, their
drivers. - . ..
Levis said no was strung la m
car outside tho postoffice ot Ka
Suddenly . the ear was shaken
violently, he leaped' out to see
what was wrong, but was thrown
down by tho plunging earth. .
Looking up, ho saw all build
ings on the opposite side of tho
street coHapslng. Then clouds of
dust enveloped tho whole place.
as people rushed out screaming.
Thousands rushed to tho
beach, at-first thought the. safest
Bluff Hill, its slopes covered
with houses, - collapsed inward.
covering the whole town with
Flames, spread by broken gas
pipes, roared, through the town.
with water mains torn apart,
firemen wero- practically help
less. Tall ; buildings -were dyna
mited to halt tho spreading fire.
with little effect.
I0CREASE IN FEES
Leon DuBois, Salem barber.
yesterday, took excetion to a state
ment given out in Portland Mon
day! that the Master Barbers asso
ciation favors passage of a bill
which would increase the license
fee on barber shops. .
DuBois declared that the state
ment did hot reflect the sentiment
of the majority of master barbers,
who wero opposed to tho' bill In
its present form. ; ... v ' - - v
DaDel. said St out of C5 em
ployed barbers fa this city wore
opposed to increasing the annnal
fee tor a barber's oard from f t to
f S. He said ho had petitions from
Professor C; W. Grace, of the Unt
versity of Wichita, Kan., is prima
Nr aa expedition that will csmku
Coienel ; Charles A LIndberrh by
hantinr new Mayan rains in Vaca
te and Guatemala jungles by-air-piano.
. TOn scientists-, tvn Y1ti.
a nKHBR in raoia nan wi n
naany. barbers in-Eagene. Grants
Pass and Pendleton also opposing
the moves, . . .. ; - -
DuBois also objected to the
plan which calls for SI additional
m- sv ticenso sren owners ox bar
ber shops. - -4.,..- ..
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DIES AT M OF 59
3Irs. Leen Waechtler. St. resi
dent of Sublimity, died in a hos
pital Jtero last night, after 'a oro-
longed Illness, She is.survived by
tho widower, Frank of Sublimity;
children. Margaret and Eugene of
Sublimity, Mrs. TJ. J. Cvar of
Lakerlew. Arthur of Oakland,
CaL, and Tresla of Racine. Wis.:
brothers, 'Arthur and Herbert
French of Racine, Wis., and Will
French of Milwaukle.. and one
daughter, Mrs. U. Vivian of Ra
Funeral services will bo held
today at 2 p. m. from the chapel
of! tho Clough-Barrick. company.
Interment will be in tho Odd Fel
lows 1 cemetery, j
4; m t
! RUSH VILE. Ind., Feb. 3
(AP) -Patrolman William Gar
rison. 82, ot tho Ttushville police
-department, was shot and killed
tonight when he w,ent to Circle
ville. a suburb, on Information
that a man in an automobile was
blocking a driveway there.
The driver of the automobile
shot - the- officer through, tho
heart ' and escaped. .
FOOD IS SHIPPED
COLORADO SPRINGS, Feb. S
-(AP Residents of tho Elbert
district ; today shipped four tons
of foodstuff to- the Red Cross for
use of persons - In tho drought
districts. -.; :.'!! ,. ';'V :.:. .
i i i m
mmy mm no iiin
We Wm tfou . . .
j ! ! t; 2Sc for Butterfat
13c for Medium Ecrga ; f; w .16c for Standard Eggs
10c to 16c tor Poultry, Light to Medium
63c fw Wlieat (Unscreened) No. .1 White
Note fio Hatter Wlud the Market u We Allow 15 More!
' WE WILL ALSO TAKE IN TRADE YOUR OLD
RADIO OR PHONOGRAPH !
tiiVTESTIGATE OUR LIBERAL TRADE - IN PLAN v
Model 15, C150.C0
' Other, models in straight
Radio and Radio Phonosrapa
i trona tncloded. ; - - ---
Youns ladles ,ef Baled
are lnrlted to rail vs tor
lnforinaUon on how
they may win a hand
soae Tirusswidt Radb
or a " snbstantial cash
award. . Entry:' CZit Is
open until Feh. ICth.
- - (Continued from page J)
the fight in tho house. Propon
ents of tho bill declared that sport
fishing was far more Important to
the state than commercial fishing
and that sport fishing was being
constantly diminished because-of
the- inroads of the commercial
fishermen at the- meuth of the
Rogue. The future of Josephine
and Jackson counties hinge on the
development of tho tourist and re
creational trade, they declared.
and the Chinook. steeJhead and
sllvecside salmon must be Increas
ed la number if the Rogue is to
continue one r tfia-great sport
stream of the United States. .
November Ballot . '
Not Indfentive - -
Proponents of the Rogue clos-
lag held that ' the vote last No
vember when Rogue river .dosing
was turned down by the people
was not indicative of public senti
ment. Voters objected to the fact
the- proposed measure was a con
stitutlonsl. rather than an Oregon
code enactment. Many voters were
also said to be uninformed and
consequently to have voted .no
whereas a fairer action by unin
formed voters would have been to
cast no ballot whatever.
Opponents of tho Rogue clos
ing, including Representative' An
gel 1 who was a member of the
Interim committee named to in
vestigate conditions, held that
commercial fishing interests, had
not reduced the number of game
fish available for tho sportsmen.
They held that tho legislature was
acting contrary to tho people's
rS. r From tho-
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