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TK OREGON CTATE3MAN. Crczx. fclcrd:sy.r:srr.!r-. ?!-rc!i ltZl
FinI State plea Started
, By f.!owry; Says Uuzh
- "Cubbish" In Cass
, (Continued from pare 1)
bis instructions to the Jury would
occupy about 90 minutes, ;v'--To
the jury ol laea McCamant
urged they be not swayed - by
'the- unforgiving feminine spirit
which follows any violation of
the moral code, and which the
defense claims is directly -responsible
for the plight of the defend
ants. .-. . -.:;.":'
Mowry announced he expected
, to make some headway with, his
concluding: argument' late today,
and will complete! it tomorrow,
after which the court's charge to
the jury will be made.
Presiding Judge George R. Bag
ley first planned a night session
but after the noon recess said it
might pro re too much of a strain
on the jury. The state's final
argument is expected to last
: threugh almost all .of tomorrow
morning. , -
. The arguments of MdCamant
and W G. -Hare occupied practic
ally the entire session today. Al-
. though Hare's sentimental story
and his soft, persuasive voice was
In marked contrast to the bitter
.denunciations 'of his -colleagues
who pleaded for , acquittal 6n
charges the state had been unfair,
he; too, voiced the demand the
defendants "hang or be set free."
"There- can be no compromise,.
BlcCamant Quotes ! -
Hawthorne's Story '
- MeCamant outlined briefly the
pioi or uawtnorne's "Scarlet Let
ier, and quoted from "Ode to
the unee Guld,- by -Robert
Hums. ; ;
Haying done so h declared
"on the qaestioir of moral. rela
tion each of you Jurors ha his
own thought. Nothing I -could say
wouju cnange your ; minds on a
question so basic as that. But I
go wisn to speak of the hitter,
malevolent, unforgiving spirit
against the defendants who are
found violating the moral-code,
and the sentiment that any pun
ishment meted out !to them is
richly deserved. -
"This is the product of. femin
ine psychology the "bitter spirit
women exhibit to one- of their
own, aez who has been too free
with ar, favors it is the most
unlovely of the- sex traits. That
spirit is wicked and wrong and
doesn't. belong in the thinking of
any good man. --
Hare In. eoncloding hla sum
mary, had said "may your verdict
be such that it will follow your
footsteps by day tad comfort
your pillow by night. Bay-'I per
ceive their sins, Jut I find them
not guilty of murder.' -
(Continued from pas -
In court at a ball hearing f Frank
loster, Chicago gangster,. a the
' Wflom he chased, but when
the -state- offered to prod nee him
todr a eourt witness, the de-
fense objected strenaonsly to the
t AssIsUnt Bute's Attorney Way
land Brooks warned the attorneys
and the court that the man was
mentally unbalanced and that the
J'"' would not produce him as
tyMts owa witness because it would
not vouch for him. ,
Priest Identifies -
Brothers as Seen
The Rev. John Reynolds of No
tre Dame university testified he
saw a man run from the pedes
trian subway after- LIngle was
killed and asserted 'Mr. Brothers
answers the description."
""David, a shipping clerk,
testified he heard the shot that
; killed Ungle, saw a young man
tun out of the. tunnel, heard a
shout "Catch that man, and saw
him run away, chased by a pollce-
man. - -.. - v
Asked if he saw the same man
in the courtroom, David pointed
to the defendant and said "There
. he is, looking right at me,
- David was the-seventh person,
who either said Brothers was pos
itiveiy the man who fled from the
I murder, that he "looked like" the
man or that he ."fits the descrip
tion fixed in the mind of the
: III1 .LI PECIPIES
- (Continued from pas X
India's freedom, that Gandhi ex
pected the most determined oppo
sition. ; Approved-b ythe all-India con
gress committee which embraces
representatives of all provincial
congresses, one resolution memor
allied the bravery and sacriflce,of
Baghat Singh and. his two com
rades who were hanged at Lahore
this week for revolutionary actl
s Titles, but disassociated Itsel?
from political violence in any
tvroi. i , . .
: BEEHfiT HERE
Marion county now has in Its
vaults a copy of the agreement
- between the scAerament and the
county, on construction of the
North Santlam hiiay, halt of
the etpenae of 'wLich Is to be
borne by each party.
The connty eourt yesterday re
ceived from Washington the conv
aimed by C. V. i Marvin, ectinr
Front row, left to rights Kenneth Hunt, Charity Blodgett, EugrneyStricIand, Herman Domogall, Dor
othy Mo-DowcJi; Nell Fisher, Rachel Bonaell. Isurlna Barkam, II Mill. Jim White, Bud Bfercer; back
-. rows DaL;ra Iceland. Wllmer McDowell. Myron Batter,, Bill DeSonsa, Hilda McDowell, Xjeenard
Falsi. Jimmy Meyer. Frank NeiderbJat, Slargwite Wagner, and Robert Hoyser. The orchestra is
directed by Waldo Fuegy.: ; y ' I ,"' v: ,;.:' 'J: " -.-.K' V " -V'1- :' ; - -
proval attached of W. H. Lynch,
forest service district engineer at
Portland. -, 1 1 !;..--
' Thw actmg secretary fdgned
the document March - 19, and
County Judge J. C. Siegmund
and Commissioner Jim Smith
signed it February 20 before .for
warding it east. y
It is presumed bids-for con
construction ; will be advertised
immediately.! It is hoped clearing
aids ; wm be i cut op : in several
pieces to i hurry the work and
also to. , aid 1 1 the unemployment
situation. i r f ;
Portland T. M. C A.s second
string volleyball team won seven
out of -eight games to take first
place in a round robin tournament
in which' that Iteam end sounds
from Eugene Yl M. C. A., Oregon
State - college faculty and Salem
T. participated here last night.
aiem won five out of the eirht
cantos, taking third, whne the
state college faculty men made
second place by wliralar six. Eu
gene Trailed tn last, loafs g six out
of the eight t Each team slaved"
the other outfits in two- games.
C. Page- captained the alem
team, which, was also second
string. Other players were Bob
Elfstrom; O. I Reed. C. Schneile.
Breyman Boise. C.. Page, Jr., O. J.
HuU and O. P, West.
FAIRBANKS, Alaska, March 27
tajj MiotJTed Moller, Fair-
banks, and Frank Hodges, a pas
senger,, who--have been enroute
here afoot aiace- their plane rraek-
ed up 1st the Habcwna river district
more tnao. two weeks ago, reached
McCarthy, 90 miles east of here
today. . ; - ,
WARNER BROS. CAPTTOI.
Today . John Mack Brown
in "The! Great Meadow."
- Saturday' -Bela Logos I In
"Fifty Million French
WARXEH BROS. ELSLVORE
Today i Be be
today I Jeannette . Mae
Donald In "Monta Carlo."
Friday . John Gilbert ia
-Way; fori a Sailor."
Today i, Xewis Stone ': and
Dorothy Mackalll la "Of
Friday Louis Wolheim in
e 1 e
By OLIVE RL DOAK
- (:. . .Ve
, J HOME OF 25c TA
TODAY MICKET MOCSB MATTKRE l:SO P. M.
All Childresi interested la playisg fat the' Mickey Mouse
orchestra come at 12 o'clock ' :
7fie ear's Dramatic Smash . i .
ews and Cartoon j"
Js. MAMENE D1ETNCH
VV..V. rY X I
THESE "MICE" PLAY CAT
I By ZOLLIE3 VOLCHOK
. ' MMC . - I
' As an added attraction and in
keeping with . the- educational
program arrangements the
Warner Bros. Capitol theatre en
deavors to nrespnt for the Mick
ey Mouse- members, 4lan8 were
completed with Donald Dare, one
of the Pacific coast's j leading
dancing instructors for a series
of appearances on the stage as
an added feature for the-Mickey
Mouse program. Mr. Dare will
give instruction to any or j all
members of the club free of
charge each Saturday. The first
lesson will be offered tomorrow.
' v .-; MMC i- :: - ?' . -!
Starting this Saturday we will
tell you about the Mickey Mouse
and Minnie Mouse cartoon con
test which will be held during
the next few weeks. The contest
is open to any member of the
club: all drawings must be made
free hand . . . no tracings, will
be accepted; drawings 1 can be
any size; large one's preferred.
Clear white paper dona in pencil.
ink or crayon. You may hand in
your - drawings at anytime, the
sooner the better, as we receive
them they will be put on display
in ' the window ot some ot Sa
lem's leading merchants until
the final judging day. All. draw
ing, must be in not later than
Boon Saturday, April 25. . ::
MMC ' 1 -l-- '
The stage contest last week
met 'with loud applause. The
prises were awarded to David
Smith, Donald Clark, Barbara
Rundell and Ruth Fargo, ,
. :-- , MMC - ,r,. ":
Harold - -Jepson gave i a ' very
convincing imitation of Joe Fris
co, famous tap dancer, and was
greeted joyfully Hare Id 1s from
tha Barbara Barnes School ot
the Dance, i -
MMC K s . ' "
- In addition to the danxlng les
sons on the stage Saturday the
program includes aa interesting
feature picture The Great Mea
dow", cartoon comedy "Flip the
Frog", comedy and the third ad
venture ot the Mickey Mouse
club serial "Flngsr Printa'
- ' . MMC ' !
Doors open Saturday morning
at 10:30 a. m., be aura and coma
early for the program will be
rather long and the-show may be
So Long. 4
; ; - ; zollib.
. Ill TAXES QUERIED
WASHINGTON,- March 27.
f AP) Opinion continued divided
on Capitol Hill today on the need
for a tax increase to meet the
prospective 9700,000,000 treasury
deficit. -f ;..! ; - - -' '
Senators Reed, republican, of
Pennsylvania, and Walsh, demo
crat, Montana, shared the belief
Coming, - Fables Comedr.
Q. Qaxamount Qlrtiae
11:30 P. M.
OR NO CAT
that a tax raise could be avoided
Representative Freer . of : Wis
consin, a republican member i of
the ways and means committee,;
however, contended the deficit Waa
"a new liability that must I be
met.- : v., i -.1 --. - jf !
"Every . other governmental
unit raises its' obligations by tax
ation," said Fr ear, who is identi
fied with the house progressive
group. "We i must do likewise;
The government should not be op
erated on borrowed money. j if :
Mickey Mouco Rally.
AND CLUB MEETNG SATURDAY
AT 10:30 AM;
1 - :
Held Over for the 1
Mickey House Club Meeting
ON THE STAGE j
Mr. Donald Dare
One of America's Fore
most Dancing Instruc
tors ; liffr :-
. : 1
Lesson No. 1 Sat At 11 A. II.
- C02ICDIES, CARTOON
SERIAL Tinker Printe"
TODAY mi i I H I 7hye;'lb.rona
AT 2 P. M. L?i : I : I . . not Frndiiniv
picture ever filfned. 10 1 mm J Iov .
thibrioMio5e3 wml mm ni?? JcAlMon
Frenchmen nd pf 'mi wetl IW wm
P - Evenings
a 4' J
SAT. and SUN.
DctaL'3 cf Ccntrsct 7K
0a Ironed cut Today
With Official .
(Continued from page 1)
proposition to the Voters of Sa
lem at a special or regular elec
tion. If the measure- carries, the
deal can be Completed, - '
In the conference yesterday the
representatives of the city declar
ed they wo old insist tha tentative
contract be "worded so therp
would be no Implication that the
city could- not submit a counter
proposal for a mountain water-
piant, should sucn a proposition
be declared at the special or regu
lar election. Elliott said the wa
ter company had no basis for op
posing such a counter-proposition
although ha intimated he would
prefer it not to be placed on the
ballot. v .
Company Will -
Set Time Ubnit -
The water company 4s expected
In its letter today to set 21 days
as the time limit for Its offer, the
proffer to be extended - beyond
that time If the city council and
the water company mutually
agree to a longer time for deliberation.';:'-;
In the pendlnr contract be
tween the water company and the
city, a period of 10 years is set
TEACH - r
All rinfc irafntMi 4f.
-wsiaaBisT wsvniiA m MV
Art of Tap Daneinxr
'I fHll I
for the exercise of the option and
the company agrees that la event
ta rotors reject the jlai. It e&a
be submitted again as often as the
city dselresand the company
binds Itself to accept the price at
any tine withla the decade.
City Attorney Trlndle was busy
last night with the aldermen' on
the committee, going . over . the
contract with the view of con
ferring on It again with the water
company officials- this afternoon
at 1 p.m. When the contract is
mutually agreeable it will be sub
mitted to the entire council for
thorough discussion, and consider
ation before' it is executed.
' Sues Local 11 an
Marshall Fields, of the' -Troy
laundry here, is named defendant
in a complaint for money filed
yesterday by- the Troy Laundry
Machinery company. Inc. The
complaint sets out that defendant
holds $7120.77 worth of eaulo-
ment which he has refused to re
turn at demand of the plaintiff.
BIG SURPRISE STUDIO
PREVIEW ! M i
FOR THE PRICE OF 6m
. ' f! :
Fcllovnns the Lest Evejung
Performcnee of the Cerent
Feature ,j :
4ND STAY OYER VTrilOUT
i i ?
w , . r ! , . .... .....
directed by -
: - : vjfi ss
HARRY BEAUMONT - j
Story and Dialogua by Aurania Rourerot
. ConUnulty by Richard Schayer L
SILL FEED DIME
(Continued from psge 1)
day and left for Kansas City to
Interview Uurke'a go year old
wife. : j H , ' .
Wife Denlest all , .
ICnowledtre Of Acts "
. Mrs. Burke; Insisted , under po
lice Questioning sne knew nothing
of the alleged criminal activities
of ner husband. .
The . bluer eyed' young woman,
the former Bonnie Porter, daugh
ter of the Milan, Mo-., farmer, at
whose homo Burke was arrested
yesterday mornlne. said she had
believed hep husband a real estate
broker and oil man. .
. , When officers -asked Burke
abont his Chicago, activities he re-
f'Oh, yes I've been there fre
quently. I bought an automobile
mere last week, it's a nice town.
Turning to a group of choto-
grapners, tne ganman said:
rroa reryf likely are a nice
. ., AT lT) frr? iTD
onc3ccr7c?nc3 ; Co ;
jr ; you're in for a. thousand thrills as you
L vratch beautiful Joan, the rfrl reborter. de
scend, into a realm of tangdora for a news
She battles the uaderworU, her beauty and
allure her only weapons, and -wins through
ai ine nweuesi drama In many a moon!
bunch of fellows, but X don't see
why Z ahouid pose f dr you. Ton
never did anything for me."
Two. states, Michigan anj ihj.
nais, and United States govern
ment had fifed claims this sfter
noon for custody of Burke.
; re;j am
,: PORTLAND, Ore., March 27.
(AP)' Johnny Hansen of
Portland and Stanley Sargant of
Vancouver,. Wash., fought a
fierce six round draw on a "bar.
gain, fight bill tonight. Hansen
staggered sargant In the second
with a barrage to the jaw, but
from the fourth on, Sargant's su.
perlor condition, told, and in the
last round ha had Johnny In ob
The draw decision was nnnnn.
ular, Hansen weighed 150, Sar
IiAST TIMES TODAY I
- . and
before she does you'll gasp
secretary of agricultare, with ap-