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Raymond Harvey, 25, Held
As Actual r Killer and
. " Wewell Companion
LatterVAdmits his Part is
Police Word; - Other ;
- Said Identified . -
- PORTLAND. Or.; SepOJO.
(AP) Raymond. HarTey, 25. one
! of two men arrested-Here tonight,
waa Identified.. police said, as the
man who Bhot and killed Walter
' W. LeonhaTdt. special deputy
sheriff Monday n,ight.
,t : Ernest P.' Newell, It, arrested
with Harrey, admitted, police -said
' he was the' second man InTOhred.
Both tlarrey and Newell were
Identified by. Mrs. Xeonhardtr-i
. Detective Captain Thatcher said
:: first degree murder charges
would be filed 'against both men.
Leonhardt, out for an erening
. ride with Mrs. Leonhardt. stopped
two men in anautomobUe which
, he believed had been stolen from
, a friend of his. The m.fa denied
the theft and one of them offered
to take Mrs. Leonhardt with him
"down the street a short distance
to verlfiy his ownership of , the
car. When they had gone about a
block they heard a shot and Mrs.
Leonhardt ran back to find her
husband lying mortally wounded
and apparently dead on the street.
rr"NweIl Admit Ho
f ',, Was One of Pair '
Newell told police tonight," they
said, he walked with Mrs. Leon-
; hardt down the street. When he-
heard the shot, he said, he ran in
the opposite direction and remain
ed in hiding the rest of the night.
j When asked if Hanrey was the
.other man, involved, police quo
ted Newell as replying, "let him
. do his own talking.",
Harvey denied; any part In the
, crime. .. -
The two were arrested at Har
- vey's home. He is married and the
S . father of three ehildrer... ; -
J. Skovbo, Hermiston, and W.
B. Thomas, Mllwaukle, tied tor
sweepstake honors In the honey
and bee exhibits at the fair, each
amassing 64 points out of a pos
sible hundred. This Is the first
Tear Thomas Jbas entered large ex
hibits. " .
The fair board agreed to give
each man a sweepstakes ribbon
and the large money Is to be di
vided between the two.
The bee and honey both this
. year is In charge of the Polk coun
ty bee growers' association, but
only one member of this associ
ation took an award, Mrs. V. . L
Ferguson of Eola who took sec
ond on honey, her only entry.
Much favorable comment has
been heard for this dlsplay,le
largest In history of the depart
ment. . :
i Sends Out SOS
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' HALIFAX. N. Sept. 30.
j (AP) Mysterious sllece ; h a
. rt - cloaked the late or, a aisiressea
S !i ' valfavat trt a ha Rat IT.
T: out of Lunenburg," since! a Belle
l i ' Island government radio operator,
while off duty, picked up faint
.SOS calls at o'clock last night
1 :, on a short wave set. ;
.- Nothing has been heard since.
( tS. i Passing ships have been requested
t-s to stiarch Tor the distressed vessel.
; Hog Calling,
Milking Contest Slated
L- . A hog "calling contest and a
iV-w-iid cow milking contest hoth
If . j i ja tn. hIasm -tha whim of
tvthe many fair, visitors Farmers'
hiTA TMen arranged for Fri
day, and will be held during the
afternoon racing- programs.
For the last day or so the far
reaches of the fairgrounds have
' resounded witn me weiru ami
"'5"" " Varied screeches, cajoles, gurgles
aid any other noise that might be
1 ' used to call hogs, and ; judging
from interest already apparent
this contest will go oyer big. Both
? contests have been arranged by
Max Gehlhar, fair director. .. ,-i-r
? Portland,-Gresham and -Dallas
davs will also be od served Friaay,
t so city visitors. 111 also : get ; a
( - thrill from thes competitions.
t . V t ' t Three live nigs. Ma, Almee and
V 2 Atl&t, will be given the three wln
f W hers In the hog calling contest.
f '' which Kay rox, utbbioci emrj
M.rk is directing. The tnree pigs
will be delivered alive and with
out conveyance to tne winners
nA must be carried off the field.
'Applause of the audience will de
termlne the winners.; -
Two prises of $25 and $10 are
rn for the milking match, and
xrill ro to the - Farmer : Union
whose entrant wins. The contest-
PORTLAND,' Ore.; Sept. 80.'
(AP) Forty thousand tons of
1931 wheat have been sold to pri
vate buyers in China bythe Farm
ers' National ."Grain 'corporation,
Henry ,Wr Collins, vice-president
and Pacific coast manager of the
corporation, said today. '
This wheat is for October de
livery and is in addition to the
40,000 tons ordered by. the fed
eral farm board to be loaded in
the Columbia . river, for : the ' Chi
nese nationalist government as
part of the JMOOt006 bushel deal
consummated, last week." . Besides
theset; Coljlns 6aH, several large
sales by prIvate,exporters to buy
ers, in the; orient have- been re
ported. .. , r - :'.
tWhJle these 10 to 12 shlplpads
of wheat are being, dispatched
from the Columbia river Collins
said, Paget Sound will be loading
30.000 tons of grain sold by the
Farmers; corporation- for delivery
In China, 'while 20,000 tons of
farm board wheat and a consider
able amount of private grain will
be shipped front sound ports.
David Smith of Portland,
Barbara - Enschede of
I Hillsboro First -
Marlon and Polk county
boys and girls took a few scatter
Ing places in the awards announ
ced yesterday - on cookery, but
failed to place In the health con
test, one of - the chief features of
the day. ; .J
Twelve counties and 21 4-Hers
competed In the health contest In
which David L. Smith, Portland,
placed first for boys, and Barbara
Enschede," Washington - county.
first: for girls. V
Toung Smith; son of Dr. and
Mra, L. Howard Smith, has been
a member of a growth and health
club for three years. He is In Ir-
vington school. His club has sent
state winners to the Pacific Inter-.
national for three consecutive
years. ( D&yid has i been a steady
drinker or milk and his mother
says that they hare emphasized a
balanced diet and adequate rest.
Barbara Enschede is the daugh
ter of j Mr. - and Mrs. William A.
Enschede,: Hillsboro farmers. She
saya she has had a cup of milk
each day as long as she can re
member, that she eats all kinds of
fruits and vegetables and goes to
bed . at 8 o'clock each night. She
never eats candy between meals,
except when she goes to a party.
Dr. Vernon A. Douglas, Marion
county department of health, Jud
ged the contest,
Charles Brown, Polk county,
took second, James Brown, Polk,'
third, land Gordon Conrad, Mar
Ion county, eighth ' in the camp
cookery exhibits. Verna Epperly,
Marion county, took eighth in
first I division . cookery. Janet
Siovangen. Marion . county, took
fifth and Anna Prang, Polk coun
ty, seventh in division two cook
ery. ;j .; (f
Two at Albany
Are Killed by
; Poison Liquor
. ALBANY, Ore.. . Sept. 30
(AP) Two men died here today
from drinking liquor which the
coroner said contained wood al
cohol and ether.
Fred Bomke-and William Do
nan, each' about SO, employee of
a saddle factory here, died sev
eral hours after drinking the li
quor at a party in Donan's room.
Police said they have started a
search for the man who sold the
two the liquor.
ant who gets the first squirt of
milk In a bottle and gets it to the
Judges' stand will be winner.
Cows brought in from the range
by Clarence Warren, in charge of
the rodeo, will be used lor the
milking event. Mounted rodeo
riders will rone the cows, the
farmers to get to work next.
Mr. Fox . has already received
the following entries for the hog
calling episode: -
Hxle, Eggers, Penewawa,
Wash,,-"John Frultts, Cambridge,
Idaho, Ben Kammerzell, Colfax,
Wash., Alex Doerfler, Silverton,
Morts Averoff. Lebanon, Cass Nl
chols, Salem, T. " A. Dltmars, Ger
vals, Crause,- Aurora, John Beck-
ley. LInnton. , . t ......
Beckley, a Brown Swiss dairy
cattle exhibitor, will give variety
to the contest when he yodels for
the hogs. " i
Bort from the 4-H pig ..clubs
who entered the elimination con
tests include: Leland . McClain
Tallman. Donald DuRette, Wllla-
hrook. Clair McClain, Tallman
Stanley Green, Stanfleld, Clifford
Conrad, Island City pig -, club.
Richard Sears, Clear Lake, "JIo
mer ' Shelby, Tallman, '"Charles
Coff ield, Estacada. .Jack Doane,
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MI HEAR TOP
Exhibit Gets Second Place
With Clackamas First ;
and Polk Third .!
All : Livestock Judging to
- Terminate ; Today ." is i
Present . Outlook -' i
. The Marlon county Jersey cat-:
tie club will receive a neat sum,
for general breed development as
result of Marion county placing
second In the county j dairy herds
on Jerseys yesterday. Clackamas
placed first and Polk! third. Ben
ton county; placed first in Guern
seys. The previous day Marlon
took first county herd honors In
Holsteins. : -. -t : ' 1 ' :
Judging In all; livestock depart
ments will be completed some
time during the day.
Champions and grand cham
pions In all groups as recorded
yesterday follow: '. i
, s . Cattle i ;f ,. .
Guernseys -senior ! and grand
champion bull, ' E. j. O'Donnel,
Mt. Angel; Junior ehamploa hall,
Arthur S. Moulton, i Vancouver,
Wash. senior champion cow, L.
O. Flemmlng. . Orchard, Wash.;
Junior and grand champion heif
er, Moulton. - .1 1 fit . i :. -
Ayreshires .all! champions
swept by Wallace' I i Bailey, Wa-
teVffJ11 f!Halsey took
Milking Shorthorn North
wood Farms, Redwood ' Wash.,
cleared everything. - ! A :
"- Brown - SwlssH-chimpion lun-
lor bull, Sam Moser . and Sons,
Oregon City; everything else tak
en by John Boeckli. Linn ton.
Red Polls, beef ( Cattle all
champions and all but three firsts
taken by C. E. Lewis,, Aumsyllle.
- Horses ! ' j.'
Clydesdales grand! and i senior
stallion and grand land i senior
champion mare all won by Robert
Thorburn, Vancouver B. C:
Junior chamnion stallion and
mare won by H. W. White, Latah,
Wash. i ,-4.rM.:.y U v -.
English Shires 1 senior and
grand stallion and Junior j cham
pion stallion, D. F. Burge, Al
bany; rest by H. W. White.
Shetland ponies all champion
ships and all but two firsts went
to D. O. Welty, , Llnah. Nebr.
Myrtle E. Arenson, Salem, failed
to place. .. j
Sheep Awards r
Oxford Downs champion ram
and ewe, Floyd T. Fox, Silverton.
Leicesters champion ram and
ewe both by Clifford! D. McLean
Kerwood, Ontario, Canada. '
Fat Sheep champion pen of
three, Frank Brown, and son,
Carlton. . ' f
Hampshire - champion ram,
Frank Brown and son, Carlton;
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HD HELD HI JAIL
IN SHOOK CASE
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Charles Ward of j Condon, who
alleged to have Shot Ernest
Farron of Yakima, Wasb, during
an altercation in the racing horse
barns at the state t fair grounds
Tuesday, was -discharged r from
Salem General hospital yesterday
and lodged la. the -county Jail
pending the i filing Jot ' char - s
against him. ; He has a self-le-
fllcted wound of the hand.
Farron. who received two bul
let wounds In the chest was also
able to ieave the hospital yester
day.- - : :1
State police who Investigated
the affray said that l Ward had
threatened Farron on 1 several oc
casionB, and .that the shooting
was the result of an old feud.
Both Farron and Ward were em
ployed as hostlers, and have fol
lowed the northwest racing clr
cult for a number of years. -
Any charge that will be pre
ferred against , Ward probably
will not be filed for several days,
the police said.
Is Reduired of
PORTLAND.! Ore; Sept. 30.
( AP) An ordinancer requiring
milk producers and distributors
who sell milk iin Portland to file
with the city a schedule of prices,
butterfat content of milk offered
at specified prices, and other tar
iff data was passed today by the
city council, i - ? .
The - ordinance forbids rebates
and other practices which tend to
disrupt milk prices. : 1
: The ' ordinance, proposed by
Rabbi Henry J. Berko wits, milk
arbiter, and by producers and dis
tributors, carried an i emergency
clause making it effective imme
diately. i i . (
SHE TEH TO START
SALT LAKE CITT, Sept. 80.
(AP) Two hundred fifty em
oloyes of the Murray Utah plant
of the American Smelting and Re
fining company will be recalled
to -work tomorrow, company offi
cials stated today. : .
I Stock Judging, Horseshoe Pitching at State Fair Blbbta UnUffl
;j TIT STITE FlID
At top, 4-H dub boys at the Oregon
exmoKors' eaiue ior me test. ner xney juage tnese fine Jerseys their observations are checJtea sby
experienced Judges who grade their' findings and thus test their knowledge gained in dub work.
Belowthis boy can tick. his dad i.at borsehoe pitching. H. C Cook, University of Oregon employe,
and bis son Carroll Cook who is A leading: contender for the horseshoe pitching titles of Oregon and
the pacific northwest. In the respective co-test Friday and Saturday at the fabrgrasatds. :j j u
BATES CASE TAKEN
Railroad Attorney's Final
Warning is of Lower
WASHINGTON, Sept. 30 (AP)
The plea of the nation's rail
roads for higher rates, was taken
under advisement today by the in
terstate commerce commission.
Lengthy public hearings ended.
at noon with a warning from rail
road attorneys that refusal would
entail wage cuts and labor trou
bles all orer the nation's " .vast
They closed "their argument
with a reiteration of their conten
tion that the transportation act
makes favorable action manda
tory, r :
The petition of the roads for a
S ner cent blanket Increase In
freight charges has been before
the commission since June 17." Ex
tended hearings have heen con
ducted In many parts of the coun
try. A final decision Is expected by
November 1.' " - - '
Grenvllle Clark of New Tor.
representing railroad security
holders, today freely predicted If
the -petition Is -denied an effort
will be made to Teduce the wages
of railroad workers. . This, he saw,
would be followed by widespread
strikes. ! ' . 1
Agree to Lower
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PORTLAND. Sept. 30 (AP)
All West Side banks In Port
land, except two, will reduce the
rate of Interest paid on savings
accounts from ' three per cent to
two and a half per cent, ef f ectlre
November 1, a statement issued
. The: American national win
continue to ay three per cent
and the Portland Trust and Say
ings will pay four per cent, v
' The statement said the reduc
tion was -made ia-keeping with
recent action - of banks in other
metropolitan cities." ,
Say Beer Would ;
' WASHDtfGTON, Sept.: 30
(AP) i - Arguments that beer
would help the farmer were an
swered today by a national farm
organization r - the; Rational
grange with " the sUtement its
return would hurt him. "
, The grange numbers more than
800.000 .farmers., every state rep-.
resented. His executive commit
tee la meeting to deal with the
agricultural crisis. The organlsa-
tlon has long -supported the, dry
cause. . . . t
UNDER 1 fflffl
state fair snapped while engaged
. is Vhamp
Raney Runner-up;1 Carroll Cook of Eugene is
One of Outstanding Contenders for
State, Northwest Honor t ' I
GHARLES GILLON won the championship of the Salem
round robin horseshoe, pitching tournament staged Yes
terday at the fairgrounds, winning six games and losing one.
J. W. Raney was runner-up, winning five and dropping
two." J. B. Nathman and George yick tied for third, ithe
pitch-off placing Nathman in third and Vick fourth place.
Prizes at Fair
Probably the most unusual win
nings of the fair at the poultry
coops were recorded yesterday for
F. E. Evans of Salem, route eight.
Evans took 17. prizes out of a pos
sible 1 on his buff orpington en
tries. " : ,.: y;:: .
: Raisers who v have followed the
poultry exhibits for a number of
years declared his cockerel i to be
the est bird they had ever seen
exhibited here. Evans has 1 taken
prizes for a number of years, but
never such a cleaning as he; made
yesterday.! ,". . j-;
Approximately 2,500 birds are
on -display at the poultry build
ing, Supt. Edward Shearer said
last night. He says judging will
be completed some time today."
Accept Cut in
ASTORIA. Ore.. Sept. SO-l(AP)
All teachers , in Astoria Junior
high and grade schools today vol
unteered to surrender 10 per cent
of their salary for the first three
months of. the schoofyear.
Senior high school teachers
have not yet,' announced a decision
in the matter but reports indica
ted they would take similar ac
The saving that would be ef
fected under the plan was not an
1 . . .
TOKYO. Oct 1 (Thursday)
(AP) The Rengo news agency
reports that a detachment of Jap
anese soldiers clashed with 3,0 80
Chinese troops at Kalyuan, near
Mukden, early today, reshlttag in
severe fighting Three Japanese
were reported : killed and : many
wonnded la repuag th Cblnea
iiftiws 4: 'ill""
tn a judging contest using adult
O work-on of a thf ee-way tie
placed W. H. Hogan in fourth,
W. Speck In fifth and W. Frances
in sixth, h. Ashllman placed
seventh, dropping all his games.
in Wednesday's rounds Quali
fying for the championship
matches Friday, - Rllmar ' Pell,
Pendleton, placed first with aey
en straight wins: L.: Jenkins.
Prospect, -second andV), A. John
son; -Portland, third with - ,flve
wins and two loses; , ..
Tuesday the trip who won! top
honors .were ..Carrol rr Cock, -Eu
gene, I F. Allen and Joe Fran
cisco, Portland. Monday . Ray
mond McGueen, Wlllamina, jArt
KODinson, , rortiand.
Breshears, La Grande, finished in
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Music Programs at Fair
Outstanding artists and ensem
bles will appear today and tomor
row for the , musical' , programs
sponsored by, the Oregon Federa
tion of Music clubs in their booth
In the northwest corner, second
floor, of the agriculture' pavilion
at the fair. . Ur-! -
Four programs are given daily.
Yesterday crowds equalled , those
of Saturday and Sunday, ; and
equally great interest Is expected
to greet the programs for the re
maining four days of the fair. . '
Today's program will feature
the Monday Musical club of Port
land, P. A. TenHaaf, director, and
Henry Areary, accompanist. They
will present: .- ' :'l -I -
"Today by Dent Mowry; The
Night Has a Thousand Eyes, by
Bolt wood; "Ah, Lore. But a Day."
II. H.A-r Beech; "Will o'th Wisp"
by Spross, all by the .club. .Three
Chopin ..numbers,! f'Prelude,
"Ballad Flat," and "Valse"
The Juggleresa by.Mosskowski,
and ."Maguena" from i "Andalusia
Suite." Lecouna, by Nelle Roth
well May, outstanding concert pi
anist and teacher of Portland. ;
. The Monday Musical programs
will he concluded with a musical
skit, 'On to the Fair," Natanson,
by the club sextette, and solos.
. Program Today at
t State Fair
i Governor's pay and :
G. A. R. Day
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Hood River band.
10: SO 'a. m. Lecture and
. music in art depart
ment. - i
11 a. m.-Free . circus acts
- on Monkey Island.
ll:SO a. nu Free musical
f program in booth of
; Oregon - Federation of
Music dubs. ;
1 p. m. Free musical pro-
gram." . - t '
1:30 p. m -Horse racing.
2:30 p. m. Lecture and
music in ;j?art; depart-
ment. : . ' -S
.5 . p.. m. FreerfWlrcns 'acts
on Monkey i Island.
Admission after 6 jf. m.
SS cents. - U ,, :) '
7 p. mi. .Free fireworks on
Canoe Canal. J - Jl
7 p. m.- Oregon Pare Bred
-; Livestock association
7 pV nu Free musical pro-
d p, n Night horseshow.
BIG CROWD OUT TO
fJIGHT HDR3E SHOW
Studnicka Comes Back and
Wins! i Applause With
. Successful Ride!"
Splendid performance of polo
ponies, excellently 'i driven - tan
dems, hunters In teams, comedy
acts, and Mr. Studnicka ' distin
guished - the horso show t Sal)m
day 'Wednesday night . for the
benefit of - an audience of over
3000 people. -;M j 1
The crowd gave particular wel
come! to a new exhibitor,. J. G
Kamm of Portland ; who entered
a group of his polo ponies In
brilliant, true polo style. His
first appearance won him money
on Kingflsh and Diane in third
and fourth: place. ;: t :i
Sheba, polo pony of Mrs. Lnra
Castlen, won a hand from the au
dience and first place from the
judges; Close Harmony j ridden
and owned by Mrs.. Floyd R. Hart
took' second. -.-' L . if j .
Frank Studnicka came ! out: to
the applause of the audience and
proved himself a very much alive
man: when; he rode "Sinbad", : a
black, .blowsy-maned i animal in a
succession 'of pitching bucks. It
looked like real ? work and the
audience appreciated the pluck of
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"Come to the Fair," Martin, and
"Hills of Home." ;; Fox, by Mrs.
Fay Werts Welch.;; ;
Mrs. F. O. ' Northrup Is presi
dent of the Monday club, i Parts
of the. program will be given at
11 Vclock, 1, 4 and 7 o'clock.
Friday, Portland day . at the
fair, will also see Portland artist
presented, with Mtes Eda Trotter
In charge, and Madame Leah
Iaska, noted and favored concert
singer and KGW artist, featured.
Friday's program follows: !- '
At 11 d'clock-Royalu Rosarian
sextet; Mrs. Inea : Osbourne - Ar
cher's Juniors; atf . 1 o'clock
Mme Leaska, with ' Miss I Bethel
Mayes, accompanist; Lota Stone's
pupil Whistler; at 3 o'ciock
Royal Rosarian sextet,:' and Mme.
Ieaska, and Mrs., Arctier's jun
iors; at 5 o'clock Miss "Elizabeth
Lewis, Salem; piano solo; at 7
o'clockWaiter Bacon's ensem
ble; and Prof. Cameron Marshall,
baritone, i Willamette' university. .
;; MrsWlter Denton, Salem, Is
In general charge at the Federa
tion booth. ; y -
In the art -department i today
Prof. N. B. Zane wlll show Lan
tern slides at 10: 70 and 2:30
o'clock and several musical num
bers will also be presented. -
Perfect a Weather Attracts
I Estimated 25,000 to
, Grounds Wednesday
Governor's and G. A. R. Day
t IToday;!" Portland Wi:i ; ;
- Send Friday Crowd
j Local people turned out by the
thousands yesterdav to
lem day the outsUndlng event,wlth
weatner, programs and crowds all
atune to good " feeling and one
grand play at the fairgrounds. The
record crowd of the year, estimat
ed at about 25.000 persons, at
tended, and everywhere one turn
ed there was at elbow a sizeable
In common with' the practice
on Salem days at previous state
fairs, all local; stores, shops and
offices closed most of the after-
noon. Concessions reported a rush- i
ing business, and the "great
white way" attracted a capacity
quota of patrons, f i!
Today l Governor's day and
G. A. R. day will be observed, aad
tomorrow will M Portland day.
Farmers', day, Dallas day and
Gresham 'day. ' : J
Moa of Jadging I I
To Wind Up Today
, Judging in virtually all depart-
menu of the fair continued, with
the promise that most of the
awards would be announced be
fore tonight.; M
Tommy Luke of Portland won
first In the floral department for
the best collection of cut flowers, -with
Clark Brothers, of Portland,
second, and Oscar Olson of Salem,
third. O.' E. Panzer of Portland
had the best collection of green
house plants, with, Fred Yonng,
Portland, second, and the Clack
amas greenhouses, Oregon City,
third. The Wilson - Grote - Gehr
company of Portland showed the
best ' collection of greenhouse
terns, with L. E. Weeks, Salem,
having the best display of glad
iolas.... . , H'T-; :': J
- In the rabbit department a
heavyweight Chinchilla buck, ex
hibited by Ray Anderson of Port
land, was (declared? the grand
champion and senior buck of the
show In competition with. 4 50
animals, irrespective of breed or
sex. - . !,.. .? ' . ) " ; ; , '
Harrlsburg Man : e
Heads Association I
C. P. Klzer, Harrlsburg, was re
elected president of t.be Oregon
Pure Bred Livestock; association at
the annual meeting held last night
at the 4-H dormitory. Other offl-"
cers, all reelectlons, named are:
N. C. Marls,; Portland, secretary
treasurer; Jv J. Thompson, Mac
leay, ; first vice-president; John
Mo ran, Starbuck, Wash., honorary
vice-president, and Ci, C. Dickson,
C. E. Grelle, F. E. Lynn, R. W.
Hogg and T.j B. Wilcox, Jr., execu- 4
tive committee. i ,. ' "
Grelle, Dickson and Hogg were
continued as legislative commit
tees ,;! ' ". (
The-resolutions committee, E.
Ai Rhoten," chairman, will report
at the annual banquet to be held
this evening ; at Mrs. Olmstead's
restaurant .on the grounds.
Prohibition Reform j
Booth Sfaintained i ;
Salem's social register was well
represented I at the booth main
tained by the women's organiza
tion for national prohibition re
form -in the north rend of the
grandstand. -V In . charge yesterday
were Mrs. T. A. Livesley, Mrs.
Louis Lachmund, i Mrs. O. C
Locke, Mrs. Curtis Cross, Mlsv
Elizabeth Lord, Mrs. Romeo Gon
ley and Mrs. A. N. Gilbert.
Other events on today's program
Include the afternoon races, night
horse show.'clrcus acts, band con
certs,; and many free attractions.
The campers parade will be held
Friday night, preceded by the
grange rally In the afternoon. C. !
C. Unlet, -master of the -Oregon
state grange, will be the princi
pal speaker. ; - .. ...
i It was announced that the
names of th two boys and girls,
winning highest honors in all the
juvenile contests t, would be given
out late today. More than 800 boys
and girls are competing for. this
distinction. J Friday nUht . these
fortunate boys and jrirls will be
the guests of E. L, King, super
intendent of the Southern Pacific
lines in Oregon, -at a banquet in
his private car. They also will re
ceive watches, and next August
will be guests of Mr. and Mis.
Richard Price at Crater lake. Mr.
Price is manager of ; Crater Lake
lodge. The banquet Sponsored hy
Mr. King will be attended by Hal
E. Hoss, secretary ? of state, and
H. C. Seymour, state club leader
Chief of Police
WALLACE, Idaho, Eept. 30.
(AP) William J. Bailey, prom
inent figure In the so-called
lace rum rebellion" was reappoint
ed chief of police today,
v Mayor, Emil Pflster Issued the
order after Bailey received a fall
pardon front President Hoover. He
was eonvlcted of liquor conspir-
acy and served a part of his sen-
tence at McNeil island federal pn
ttentlary.- ' . . ; - 'm