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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1931)
Definite Points Upon Which
rMiniu mow vrovo.inin
Can l Eliminate; two Police
; ' niftier:,' P nninpftr . op
::"'- ' ' Turn I niaimprf ..-.
"'i'A,,3P?o?rm ,ol. speclfl .econom
ies te: h 'recommended In county
ftTanim'w ' wi" nutltngd' hCf
Monday-afternoon when ,tbe Tax
payers Equalisation league.en
rr Zorn of -Butteville -president.
net at the Salem chamber of com
merce rooms. . The group tonani
xaously ' adopted resolutions "en
dorsing the 'work of Highway
' Commissioner Spaulding In his
; stand ' on highway construction
and-his plans for rotating wort
and. thereby aiding unemployment
relief, -'x. , ' "
' The proposed reductions In cost
for the county court as outlined
at the league's meeting were: .
1 Two police officers-net now
needed in the court house since
state police have been installed.
. 2 Every , married, 'M o m a n
whose husband has regular. In
come ahould give place to some
unemployed person. V
3 County has more engineers
than it needs since highway de?
partment has taken oyer market
4 .Marion county should not
pay. for time when public serrants
go on vacations.
The league voted to continue
the work of its committee which
plans to institute a test suit to
enjoin the state from collecting
taxes upon real estate until such
a time as it can be proved that
taxes are equal and Just. A. A.
Geer, chairman of the committee,
charged with Investigation the ad
visability ot launching such a suit,
reported that his group was work
ing on the matter but was not yet
ready to state whether the filing
of such an action was wise. Attor
ney James-Heltzei of this City is
counsel and advisor on the mat
ter. The league voted to continue
its committee which has already
conferred with the county court
on tax reduction. On the commit
tee are E. S. Porter, Silverton;
L. S. Lambert, Stay ton; W. H.
Stevens, North Howell; W. A.
Jones and A. A. Geer, Macleay.
(Turn to page 2, col. 7)
Anti-Aircraft Gun on Battleship
i Bursts, Causes Deaths Injuries
KEIZER. Nor. J Fred Scott,
Salem high school student, sus
tained serious cuts about the
face this mornlnlg when the se
dan driren by his father, W. C.
Scott of Kelxer, crashed head-on
Into a light roadster driven by
Hot imlth of the Smith, and
Townsend seirlce station in Sa
lem. ; Fourteen stitches bad to
be taken to close wounds in
Fred's face. His nose was al
Tie accident occurred on the
curve at the service station here
Just across from the Keixer
school. Three children in the
Dftdc i seat or u co car - were
nnhurt; but Mr. Scott was badly
dazed- and hurt on we cnin,
Tsnnr Scott . had ' missea ine
school bus and hla .father was
driving him into town when the
accident happened. , -
Neither nartv. according - to
Scott; placed full blame on the
other. ; y. 1;J :
Telephoto shows bnrsted gun on TJ. 8. S. Colorado which exploded
last Thursday during fleet anU-alrcralt practice firing off South
ern California, causing four deaths and number of serious injuries
some of which were expected to prove fatal.
KAIOUI RECOVERY STATE'S EMPLOYES
THOUGHT DOUBTFUL WILL ASSISTT TJEEDY
: Opens Today
i a dance tonight has been add
ed to the list of attractions on the j
Armistice day program of CapiUl
it? ost no. s, American juegion,..
H. BassetW-member of the dance
committee, last night announced..
iTUfilfAHD : PEAG
Heavy Gale Here Along With Instructions Wired
Copious Downpour; Gives chambers ibuuding on High street iTo ; Envoys in Orient; -
to the bowling .alleys, has .w-
agreed to 'accept - the Legion's
tickets, which will admit two per
son. Young Coffey la a high
Two; Teiephpne Cables are ii WsWnflton
I DamagedPower;Firn . troiman. r ? v See-Vbat: Bnaod and,
deceives tjn6 Calh ;
I Lemon Suffers .
Demand General M&E
: Surrender City;
To Chang: f
POBTLANP, Ore., Nor, (AJP
The ianior high school football
gam between Parrish and Leslie
schools on Sweetland field at T
o'clock and the . wrestling matehl
Frank temon. VSMf ; ? SUte
street, plasterer;" yesterday even
ing suffered painful Injuries to
la-legs wnen tne mcycie ne was
WASHINGTON. Nov. 9fAP)
' nuAvv rain and snow were re- thm tmorr at 1 o'clock this i -Spreading hostilities in the Ort- rLAbl... ...v . .nu..
portsa-uway-si- eveuug,fe .-r2 m M WXIUM. WTWI jr
of Oregon. - me opening oi me Arauuw ITAXrr VvT T Independence, route one, at court
Snow plows and road erews i ceiehrauon.
were sent to the Wapinioa euv-i Legion ticket
But Tokyo Hold
It' Strategy "
street between High and Liberty
pacification of the dispute be-
A M V -
tw-. Jp",.. streets. After being taken to his
tf Br Mount Hood, where snow hneetin with rood response. W. L 5fAB ?fr honi in the Golden ambulanee,
had drifted to a depth of three Watklns. chairman ot the scrip v e . was found to have received a I
feet. . . committee, last night reported. .:.r i.7L-- bad Injury to one hip but no brok-
As Mr. Lemon is unaeie to waix
From Medford cam. reporU of th. only way the post ha. "7"""" Y'
mil 4-l. inAvflll at CjTaier I .V.l(.. mmm n olvlii snd I - "
7 r . . I J 1 I Hfnlnmntlj. rftnroKPntatlTPn Tnk-
r.Mia. waf a anTlKftfl nam I .v..lt. hi. Mtilai4.Vfn injl wa i ----
tva. Motorists were advised not ehariUble undertakings and we
to ' attempt driving through He- nee the support of the people."
hmI PshW. I h ad1uf . mfteen downtown
oeou. 9oww -" i uu wig miu muijui v s" i Tnhnon In China, to renew their
the Klamath basin andthe , mer- na,rea,wm be on the street, for SJV, 7
cury noTtreu " i m Furpune. im, U(1 of hosUle acts and withdraw-
Corvallls reported the heaviest I eept the Legion scrip tonight as
rainfall at l.lf inches. Forwana weu M tomorrow.
received .8 inches.
lyo and Nanking.
Thesei were understood to di
rect Ambassador Forbes, In the
as a result of the accident he will
be incapacitated for brick work
he had been engaged in at Asylum
LONDON, Nov. 10 (Twee
day) (AF) The LiOBdon Tele,
graph this morning said the
Japanese forces in Manchuria
today delivered, an ultimatum to
the Chinese general Mab Cbaaw
Shan, demanding that he awr -render
the city of Taltsfhar lae
mediately to his rival. General
Chang Hal Peng.
Atune with the atmosphere.
steps were a deal more brisk yes
terday and coat couars worm
than stock and bonds as a
cold rain pelted indiscriminately
on good man and bad man, and a
chilly wind caused- mufflers and
coats to soar in man s esnmauon. j
al of troops from
The Washington government Is
clinging to a hope that an open
rupture will be averted under the
Kellgg-Briand pact for the renun
ciation of war and that China and
settlement of their difficulties by
To this end, the wishes of the
United States that the sanctity of
the Kellogg pact and the nine-
LONDON, Nov. 10 .(Tues
day) (AP) China has re
quested the League of Nation
to send an international force
of 400O men to police the Sowtfc
Manchurlan railway pen ding
settlement of Its dispute with
Japan, the London Express said
ar ana tnai unina ana ...... . rlif le
be brought together for Crews Will go out Today IS
TOKYO, Nov. . (AP) A
manifesto declaring war on Japan,
newspaper dispatches tonight said.
nas oeen aaaressea to the Chinee
nation by Man Chan-Shan, a north
Manchuria militarist, and fighting
At noon, a It mile wind was piace UearJ 0f Charities power treaty guaranteeing Chl-
swlnr and even tnat was a con- i 1 i.turrif. k. arii.tiv nh.ryii
hlowinar and even that was
slderable let-down from the
mile gale that swept through the
section at 7 o'clock yesterday
morning. It was the strongest
wind in many, many moons and
from early morning to noon
ranged from SO to If miles.
Gale Dies Down.
From noon on, the soutn gate
Will be Filled Soon;
restated in emphatic
plomatlc channel at every oppor-
The executive board of the As- tunlty. the United States Is play
soclated Charities met Monday ing a waiting; game while allow-
nlght and reluctantly accepted the in Arlatide Briand, French for-
resignation of Harry Levy, voting ign minister and chairman ot the
with the acceptance a resolution League of Nations' council, to
nt annrAtilation for the lone Tears nlav the malor role. Briand is
slowly died down, until at 4:60 I of faithful service given by him informing Secretary Stlmson of
o'clock, the 11 miles velocity men to the Charities. his every move.
A nominating committee was I The secretary was asked whe-
annointed nv th chair to prepare ther the xovernment was consld
a Hat At nominees for election to erinr sending additional armed
off to t lha meetlnr called for I forces to the Orelnt. He replied
plenty ot 1wnpour, .Jl of an inch November 16. R. O. Brady, chair- that be would rather not answer
being recorded up to o'ciocx.
Th lowest temperature recora
recorded started upward again
with a change of wind to north-
Accompanying the wind was
ed in the period was 40 degrees,
(Turn to page 2, cou K)
Prominent Local Touth Near Donation of Day's pay Each
Death After Attempt ; Month Agreed Upon; Will
To Take own Life Grant Exemptions
Little hope for the recovery of a donation of a day's nay a
Wayne Kantola, it; waa held out month to assist persons in distress
early this morning at Salem Gen- because of unemployment, was
eral hospital where he was taken unanimously asreed unon by de-
yesterday at s a.m. after he had partment heads at the statehouse
attempted to tare MS own Uie oy Monday at a cnnfrnr held in
shooting himself through the tne executive offices. It was made
right temple with a .31 cauore plain, however, that exemptions
revolver. The bullet passed com-1 in be granted by department
pletely through Kan tolas head, beads when it is clearly indicated
emerging from the left temple. that, employes are financially un-
Rantola's attempted suicide is I able to meet the obligations.
thought to have been caused by I Major General Wni.e reported
his Infatuation for Mrs.. Grace that all the employes of his de-
Bracken, housekeeper for Harry partment had asked permission to
Levy and the latter's father .at I contribute to the unemployment
1535 North Summer street. Mm. iiuna. similar reports were pre
Braeken having refused to accept J sented by C. T. Early, member of
his attentions, when he was i the state industrial accident corn
found yesterday morning, Kahto- mission; Jerrold Owen, secretary
la was lying beneath the porcn oi or tne woria war veterans state
the Levy home. Harry Levy and aid commission; Rufus C. Hol-Geora-e
Edwards, city policeman, man, state treasurer, and William
found him alter Mrs. uracawn i amug, iai puniauiug
-otwSa. ToVcSSTand 11 . Toung told the executiv. gon farme? who 'died NoTem-
someone I ; ---7: - .'v. . I rr . nviad ooara tnai in tne monm oi ucio-
V. T knnUI I UiaUUrBliiK lilt 1UUU. SHU uivtiu- ItUUV UOH J vuvw .u. v .
Yesterday's-heavy rains ealledjhas recommenced.
..if tha omereencv road I Tne Chinese government at
w.-v Mnr iiAtiA by 43 men sent Nanking, on the face of the die-
ttm b n s. employment I patches, was not involved. Tfco
I. - J I War nffia iar. a n n nnn . V
Kxcent for working through dl- bureau ana me men roimuw. ,V ---vw, Vw-
acepK xor wpraias luluu5u U1 I . . in,., .in a nt lever, that an Interteoted mourA
nome ak uuvu I, j, . . .
again today, leaving the employ- j indicated the purpose of the move
ment office -In trucks at 7 kW l"c -yac xy
o'clock. lIU,w aona in otancnuna as a
- ot the 48 men, 23 were em- """ "l airenginemng uonai,
ployed at improving the highway .GeTa: ,
between RIckreall and Dallas and I Due to this development and to
20 at straightening a curve in iieawm tae minister ox
the Pacific highway south of Sa- wax postponed hu aepartur for
lem. A few men of those whose iau io Tiew me annaai.
names were given to the county rm"euT5"'
court by the employment ofti- vf- itL
clals also were put to work in Viewed Hopefnlljr
the Mission Bottom district, I w "vr- iT- V. u" ui 1 .
Forty-one men, most of them I " " ;.;,' .
from Woodburn and most of " r"1'"''".11'
man. George Arbuckle and Rev. that Question but later had a re-
P. W. Erfcksen were named on presentatlve iniorm newspaper- irom nu L . Japanese naUonals and nronertv
this committee. men that this could not be con- them .married, yesterday regis ter- UofnU SSSS.
Ray stnmbo annonnced that strued as meaning such a move
BUTTER MADE HERE
Second place in a field of 44
entrants in a national Butter
Monday at a meeting ot theatre is under consideration.
managers of Salem it was decided
to give a midnight matinee, No
vember 35, and that the proceeds
from these four matinees would
be given to charity. Tickets for
th matlneea will ba nlaced in the
hands of members of local charity
While officers are being elect
ed and the Charities reorganized,
funds for supplies needed in char
ity work will be provided for by
PAPERS ARE FILED
An estate estimated to be
: . v, th Caiwl "r wvrm. win o '" lu
t naniii announced Monaav at i --rr ' " . " . . I wn..7' -
ed ate emVloVment office. "e were few developments.
A -ant 9m Ptitlllni rnortML Be-I u vui. i.)
cause of the rains, he said, the
men are In great need ot rain
coats or heavy overcoats, which
few ot them possess. He will be
glad to receive any donations of
rain-shedding clothing to dole
out among them.
A change In shifts, contemplat
ed for next week, will give em
ployment to others of the men
who have been registered at the I The work of the Association t
bureau. Plana also are oeing j Electraglsts and its efforts
made to undertake road work in eliminate nnfafr dealine in th
BIB CODE HI
OREGON IS URGED
(Turn to page 3, col. 4)
bar S. aecordlinn to papers filed
IH.1I W SUUW .U W fca I - ' - -r
L":f .."wv fnTother machinery that may be Calif. The Dalryland Products I 5T t,TT Ski I yesterday In probato court nere T0T, QJ
Kantoi ns ""1 neaaarr for placing the relief eomnanv of Oakland. Calif., won ? ""-beforo county juag Biegmuna.ifaw uic6iiiuiiu
assistant momw - I Vtb nara S col 1 firt nlaca and the Valley Flower nuor ncipea aunng tua uiy the former's son. Of tne property. Z7M-f n-.
Dduglas McKay Chevrolrtwm- (Turn to page 3. col. 1) V-P-iaf.r4 13500 is personal and U5.000 is FUtteral DrOWS
v tta mtm. an OUUUUUiMg . 1 - J - r i l , v. t
real, ut iKiiar usuug bu
nanv. He was an ui --
bowler, being eonsiuerea w-
the city's best
Attempted to Seo
Girl Sunday Night J.
According to tne , '
Mrs. Bracken and by Floyd Kin
der who was visltmg herat the
Levy house Sunday night, Kanto
la appeared in an intoxicated. cou-
ditlon and demanaea o b -
The Holsteln creamery of Til
lamook won first place for man
ufacture of Cheddar cheese,' and
Rumla.no Bros, of Maxwell, Calif.,
for California Franular cheese
and Monterey ehees.
Prior to the Oakland show the
Capitol Dairies of Salem won
ftrat Tnadal In an Orfron-eontest
ur. Frea n. inompson, iocai foT the fcibest score butter pro-
RW JH GETS
mated rental value ot $1000 an
Louis J. Slegmund under in
electrical industry last night wer
told by John Tomlinson of Port
land to the 31 men who attend
the monthly forum meeting o
the Salem Building t congress 4
the chamber of commerce.
Mr. Tomlinson and O. GHugn
son of Portland, organiser for
th Oregon Building consreca.
urged the Salem men to work
8TAYTON."o71-The tuner- 78.&!&&Z -to ?
terms of the deceased's win, wasi.i at Jacob Slegmund. which was! v-J7- Z ir"" ?
a i i . . . . . ... . i u.uumj hiub, sucn a cooa warn
4n urin nnrr rmnr s .L JS"isss L" ""tf; f? 4 a. i.,t
Bracken. She refused. Kantpia i DnBte for many; years . chief I vt--Ad ,- .tata. Fred F.
"!1doth7ve M.bS tB- termaker tor uarVteyVtV
could, not have urs. c" . Icldent commission', was granted I tha local concern. h.rr n v.u.w t.- Bnn
proposea. tnai nw ..- .
Klnier said he told Kantola to
leave and the latter complied ,
win.Ar staving . until midnight
when th Levys returned
and .J. F. Richards. ther. There was an abundance 0 X U"-
Ther are ten heirs, all sons 1 0f -beautiful floral tributes, tes- OT-- lh" Z.7? V7
and daughters of Mr. Slegmund. I tifying in a measure to the I iuT JZ. ?T
a divorce, ner iate yesteraayi j Oakland to attend the show
from Nora Thompson, his wire. . !. Max Gchlhar. state director
Custody ot David Thompson, a 1 0f agriculture, and Marshall
son about 10 years ot age, was I Dana, associate editor ot th
granted to the 'father with - the I Oregon Journal.
mother granted a right or Tea-1
When Kantola was foond J-j gonable TisiUUon.' Mrs; Thomp-
- - -, i i -w - - - i vjuih ua i aai- taa- v uo Ala ww sfvrr a
UaSVtryerdsV'alSrnTb" WuU JoiuT a b5J man waTneir" sae TOMtructlon? fostering
JuV.McMdaV ' gSSftt ijH.J-ftJl' SnT.t th. meIn
a partner who ha. not boen JAIJ? ,.OB..Nn.t IfJlFV' . -spiled ' by. H. R. Ra
caughVheld up the operator or I v. Vi i r. ,! i. , n n nititwr" 1 iv 7 " '.v o. I WIUl. who mad a humoro4
m. I avuuv.u, om i epeecn and by raHat tt-h.
it. . a eiu-niii ttikV a. Ia 1 o oy Kooen; uutcseem
iu i an iuw. nut waa i - . n.., . a I . I "
caught by .Ut. police near Jeffer- j V',1 "IS. D'.u?;.v l T"
(Turn to pag 1, eol3)
profs to, aid Jobless ; ,
Portland Moscnm Sold
Beckley Trial Started .
Wffl DrWe list . Spike
son was awarded the custody of
Almeda H. Thompson, a daugh
ter,, and 325 a month support
money for th child. - Neither
party received costs.
According to th decree which
m DAY'S PAT 1
I EUGENE, Or., Nov. t (AP)
Recommendation that each of Its
members contribute one day's pay
a month for the next five months
for .'unemployment relief : was
voted tonight by the University of
Oregon faculty. -
' A special meeting of th fac
ulty was called by President Hall
on receipt of word from Salem
that a special commute appoint
ed by Governor Meier had recom
mnnded that all stat employes
be cafled on for such a contribu
tion. r - ; ' - ,
CHAMBER - BUYS IT s '
- PORTLAND. Ore- NOT. f-
- -1 API Th Portland school board
. tonight sold th old Portland art
: - museum building to tn rorwana
'chamber of commere. Th con
tdratlnn was 1125.000.
;. : . WW- Hartman, president, of
' , the chamber, said ' tne ' building
ypnld be. remodelled.
' " JTTRORS . SOUGHT -
iOSKBURG: -Ore.. -Nov. I
(AP) Th selection of the Jury
- in th ease of Cecil Beckley, 41,
(Glide farmbr who Is eharged with I
Th meeting of the state high
was handed down by Judge Artie I way commission In Portland this
G. Walker of McMInnville. a 1 week win be on of th important
property arrangement had been 1 meetings when work for next sea-
arrived at between the two
ties. The settlement was not
eluded In the decree although I of roads and the forest service.
f imt derree murder in eonneo-1 Conldrahla dtaciminn u hA I The county court of Marion conn
tlon with' the slaying ot his wife, I the court over the amount of ty will attend th sessions which
Alma Beckley, 40, ana ms sxep-imoney beld by th plaintiff. De- start Thursday and continue Fri
daughter, Margaret muner, u,i rendant's counsel contended that I aay ana Saturday.
started in circuit court ner to-1 the doctor was Quite able to pay
day. . . Jher a reasonable settlement.
. Th Jury is not expectea w
completed until iat Tuesaay.
When James was brought Into
court he waived indictment. Testi-
TO Plan TaSKS 10& against him. He
mao no piea xor leniency. -
Th - judg let th sentence
stand without , modification or pa
Preston Hale, 13-year old
Marshtleld youth who
School and Road Expense
Attacked by Tax League
Schools and roads, th gluttons
was t ot tax money, came in for a drub-
Report Archer d
i - tOFFlCIALS OJT WAX
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore- Nov.
a .f API Klamath : Falls was
host tonight to owners and otfi-
cera- Of the Great Northern rau-1 - Cbarlea . Archerd. who fo ina
way who are en route to Bleber, I past week has Been at. a mining
Calif., where pnysicai union o i camp In which h is interested out
the -Great Northern and the West- nranta Pass, waa renorted in
era Paeifie will be effected tomor- a serious condition here yesterday
row. v T ; sfternoon. Friends of Areherd
The railroad officials wwe feared for his recovery. H Is snf
guests tonight at a chamber pf faring from severe physical and
commerce banquet, ;: -. , I mental strain. The Areherd Imple
Included tn the group is xrtaur i ment company here Is now in a re-
Curtlss Jamen, New Tone cnair-1 celvers hands.
man ot the hoard of directors ex
fc a fi raat Northern. H il to drive I - PEAR- K TDTfAPTJfO
th golden spike at tha ceremon-l KANSAS CITT, Nov. t--(AP)
les to be held at Bleber tomorrow, I Thad G. Landon, wealthy young
, nalnn nndd. president of the I Kansas . City . aviation promoter.
r.rut Knrthern. and W. F. Turthaa been missing sine Saturday it
ner," president of the Spokane, I was learned today and the pos
PorUand A Seattle railroad also! sibUlty that-he had been kidnap-
re members of the party. (sd was oeing mvesugaieo.
par- son will be planned with repr- f B r" ' 18 .ouin 'ao Sm" -rZl "Vi waatinsT ba
t in- Uentatives of the federal bureau utt before the court on char- bing at an b
L A I nmAm mr,A tia fnr I gee of non-support, was released tween th county court and a
yesterday by th court until Sat-1 committee of th Marion county
urday, December 6, at 8 a. m. I taxpayers league, utner serncea
when he will make his defense, and expenses ot th county wer
His ball, set at 1500, was fur-1 jabbed and reductions ner am
nlsbed. ' I ther pointed out by tne commit
tee members who said they want
ed to cooperate with th court to
reduce th budget because taxes
were becoming unbearable. Th
court listened to th points
fl v tv brought OUt By many iyw
OUnday, KepOrt U replied that they had I 'ought
Old John Brown's
Son a Resident ,
Oi Salem ; . '
Everyone knows of "old
John Brown, anti - slave,
sealot whose execution fl
lowing? i the : Harper's Ferry,
killings helped precipitate
the civil wary- v-'-.
L Comparatively few Salens
reaidenta mow recall that wa
of John Brown sons Sal
most Blown waa for many
years at Balem resident,
gaging ta baataeas her and
rasing sv family.
, R. J. Hendricks, in his In
teresting !Bits for 'Break
fast colomm, trace the lo
"cal history of Salmon Brown .
You'll bo interested to read
the aerie of -article which
"will ram this week, begin
ning today. .
- . . mi. i ol Aauonu -
buwi n wora, cut w engineer- i tfo , . , . 7.
i t i tau tnd Englewood grade buUdm:
IB a day and mileage was too I Tita wora KAr i
much for Toad viewers and that erowd . rUum t t.-.!..
JXJJSt Steed. Rev. Hugh" B. Fouk Jr-
V". r"" Tanic e. Neer, Miss cariottn
bom and. his work in addition to rrfl.u. r.rara Allen. -
Crowds Out to
Look at Tusko
I In mint : eases their hands wre
fair was starting np again,? Harry tied because the leviea wer re-
Plant reported In connection witliauira ny -; , .
the crowd which turned out to see I Tn emes cnw " TTr,
Tnsko. hia airantia alenhant- atlers went against the high school
ia hfmimiti bmia- kM I transportation xpns ana
I a i a I n nn.hiii aenool territory.
points. v - Beret ot ML 'Angel said his dl-
Plant estimated ther were .00 trlct waa taxd HW on the Wgh
visitors at Tusko's temporary school levy and didn't
Kama - TT. v.ttM -.Va ...M I A 1i1ri apnORL. VB!M J.
pay for hU keen If kept here, but alio ot Mt, Angel said his JJ
hinted Monday that a ; transfer was taxed six mills and sent emy
f a I a. Im'IiWIi irhAOL M
days, witlf th bigr elephant sold I Ed Porter ot snyertom acted as
a -nmA a vMMAi !!. wfA I f airman fntrodadng first Henry
I v .uu. AAjraaavMww waw m ...am WAV I W M . - . .
wUl Uke him on tour. 7 .-. IZoru -of Aurora, priaea v -
"All thU publicity has been a I league who expiwssea vxm
at tfilnt. Plant mantlnnad. I that th eOUIt WOttid Uminata
his . salary. -W . ean't make
enough oft our farms to pay our
taxes 'was his assertion. -
Mr. Weinaeht thought sine liv
ing was down a half in eost,
wages should come down the
same. On road work he said the
berh Steed and Clayton Andersen.
Today's schedule will " lnrtado
an Armistice program at 10:30.
o'clock at Leslie Junior blghi
school, class visitation at Parrtbh.
junior high, and evening opea
house "programs' at Garfield ane
county graaer am more worm w 0raat schools. At Grant the p
a day than four teams did in iia m nraviia mnaifl. Misa En.:
threeand did better workv Heal- Mlnto talk on the jArp
so protested rea airing the , little I M h. .nvtAi omr.ni- Nrm.c .
ehndrea towalk to school whll of , Wluamette universtt
the older children who were in lm about Thomas A. Xd
high school get H! C.om 1 son and Miss Beulah Graham wi
sioner nnuta uwn
when the bill was np for repeal
give readings. - , '"
an r tin achnAla will be close!
of the transportaUon-Uw the htr-jon Aratice day.
ed representative of. the- grange
fought the repeaL .r
This drew forth an argument
regardlnff the grange, Mr. Bernt
TRUANT 13 KTT.IiED
SEATTIX,V Nor. (AP)
a. a. a.n-. a. . . 1 aa mmm !
uwnauig utmiB. wum I r "1.,- i,.nw. from arkaot
was out or 11 wnue we younger 1 7r!r. 11 t
member. and other, not tanner. Vnon6.u.
had the say. wiuara Bievenson vi 1 .;. -m.-. iZ
North HeweU eame to the defense on whieh he, with two other little
of the grange Insisting that Uel truants, was playing In a ow.
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