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The OREGON STATESMAN Salem. Qrefcoay Friday Morning. November 20, mi
blag us bow that did la tho early
depressions.' lio declared. That
is. too many people trying to f et
money without working hard to
get it. l They hara undertaken to,
get rich Quick and overestimated
what riches are." .
UNDY TO FLY BIG SHIP ON MAIDEN TRIP
'A LINDBERGH -
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SGiiQDL GIHL HERE
Former Washington Justice
v Known Locally as son
'..jO! Early Governor
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lertoa. : He contlnned oa the
i teach, serving as chief Justice tor
! a lima until It It when he re
signed and formed a law partner-
' - ahia mithr his "son. stepnen j,
rnadwick. Jr..x Mid -- located la
:' Seattle, : v-s
.. Wa Democrat bat
Pocalar With G. O. P.
JuAtr Chadwick tu a strong
I democrat, as Ms lather had
j been; but ha wis admired gre-tly
i tT republican raters of the state,
h IHt ha was a candidate for
coventor but was defeated in the
democratic prlmarta. Be was
looked to as a possible candidate
On March 2, 18ST. ha was
-anltad In marriajre to Emma
WMinw iinrUiir tsl Dr. O. P
L Plummer of Portia ad. They
had four ehildrea all at wham
. tm tj t JKm nrv Win
locki Mrs. Arthur Karr. Ksklma;
" . a I . mare
Stephen J., jr eaxxi; u u
Xllxabeth. New York. Two ts-
--ters are Mrs. W. T, Gray, lost
Us a&d Miss Mary, 8alem: and
a. aqu-rivisc Brother Is
Chadwick of Seattle.
Colonel Charles E. Lindbergh will ba the distm-O- started ia rerular serriea for the Pan-Americai
guished eA&t of the riant "America Clipper."
world tangest amphibian plane, when it takes off
from Miami, fm-r on its maiden trip connecting Kerth
and Soath America. The huge flying beat, which
carries 15 passengers and a crew of Ave, will ba
Air lines from Miami to Jamaica to Colombia en
the world's tensest over-water airiins f r mail and
passenrers when lindy takes tha controls for the
inaorural ftirht. Tha ship is seen orer New Terk
Iaset if of Celonel Iinabarah,
lmplicatloa of close I talo-American
accord for 4eflalta resalts at
next sprlar disarmament confer
eace. Us deetarattoa tor the "com
pletion" -at axis ting understand-
Inn MUilttil ml MmM hut ft
PltSer 1 v.t kAik ItmW Amerl-
Mrs. Gray 1. nxig to the pending
was m an anromoone acnuew MTtl agreameat of Italy
recently tn wntca sna was raxnerirrake jricM sealed
seriously hart. Mrs. Karl Stel-
wer of Jeffersoa Is a niece.
Tnnaral serrices will be held
Bandar afternoon at 2 o'clock U
tle. Miss Mary Chadwick and
Br OLIVE IL DOAK
It new ss apparent that little
can be expected at the spring con
ference 1m the war of land aisarm-
tfranca Insists she must I Toda
hare a large army, and her neigh
bors do aot wast to reduce unless
ht waiver iiiu u
The Ruling Voice."
Mrs. Stelwer wIU go to SeatUe 1 . . . . th. vb.Tti.
buudj vi viva vu uiuuf,
Mm wa Ainmit (lAVntr In ABA
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DOIM Hft uiI air. iBiuniva i.i.H - W mKi mMlH Ittl V
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jMirueatariT in auuoau; j
tloBS. Mrs. Chadwick reached
Che highest office la the Eastern 1
Star.. Chat of most worthy grand
matron of the Order of Eastern:
Star of the world; and presided
at tha recent conrenflon at Saul
Today Rlehard Cromwell la
SWffi Oil FOR
Today Buck Janes
Todar Charlotte Green
wood in "Stepping uau
STORM IS BLAMED
FOR 10 DEATHS
WASHINGTON. Not. It (AP)
Six friendly enemies t our
southerners and two northerners
ire combatting briskly for the
democratic floor leadership in the
house. The rictwr will be decided
at the December, f caucus.
United behind Representative
This week we are gotng to hare
a shoe lacing race which is going
to ba something different from
we re erer
hltv NnrfhArnera lfm tha load- had. I m sure iaa
r - i ... . i tt. ji
nn.niTAn linn ania tha aTiA&ker 1 Tha winner will
will come from tha south If thai" V .T
,a..nw.Mt. .1- MtrAl Qnnrharn. I I U 111 BCUMli
am Mf An a v. t.. r.nt A th-i-1 meat market, which
haring furnished tha bulk of the w" olc lul
nnnnnltlon dHrinar IS Tears of re- I
r r t m
nnhilcan danvinanca ahould be fnl-
w runVBiad Do you know what a limerick
I contest is?
RepreaentatiTes John McDuffle, j It Tu don't you'll soon find
SPOKANKlfaT. 19 (AT) Garner of Texas, forjpeaker thj to , w
auirzarna. bttm t nrn vinna awMnsf w -w
tag ew eastern Washington and
aerthern Idaho today killed one
man, caused the death of anoth
rverius injuries to a third, leg
ated ttiaphone and power lines
aad damaged buildings.
Charles O. Smith, 66, for 20
years water commissioner at Col-
rUle, Wash., was crushed to death
by a tree blown down by a gale.
ana Artnur Haber, Spokane, a
workmaa, was badly hurt. He was
taken to a CoUifla hospital.
Wailam J. Sterner, 8S, took ad
vantage of a lull in the bliszard
to clear th sidewalks in front of,
bis home. He collapsed and died,'
physicians said, of orer-exertion.
to ba a member of aa orchestra
to ba proud of, -
vl u a
Soon wo ara going to hara
short comedy skits eaeh Mickey
Mouse Matinee now, wa want
members of our club toba la
these so it you ara Interested.
lea re your name with tha Mickey
Mousa secretary. Hera Is a chance
to hara tha emperleaea of aa ac
tor or actress.
It s been a long: while since wo
had heard from little Darld
Smith, but last week ba was Just
as good as ha always was, and
you know as well as I that ho was
always a marvelous entertainer.
He sang "You'd ba surprised''
with several encores of it. Ho
was accompanied by his mother,
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Tha rest of tha entertaining
ana wen piloted program a
furnished by Blare Hurley-Hl-Klcker
from Barbara Barnes
School of Dancing Bernlea Wfl
cax, tap dancer, knows her stuff
Cora Edgell. Bobble Krcchter
and Harriet Talmadga, singers
all hara good ainglng voices. Oh
yes. also "Andy" Anderson who
save s an impersonation ot Rudy
Yallea which was received with
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A tap dancer tomorrow, Harold
Jepsen, from Barbara Barnes
School ot dancing-.
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Tha present of gum and ten
nis shoes from Williams 8elt Ser
vice Sfore were given to La Voa
Braudige, Ernest -Guthrie and
Delbert Plercea tha airplane
from Miller's departmeat store
was given to Geraldlna Cooper,
tha candy from Schaeters drug
store was given to Emma Gaao
Smith and Elana Blondell. and
a .a . . -. a
New Era Hi!! to Canby Will
Be Realigned; Staff to
Give Part , of pay
CCoatlaaed from pc t)
dary of the state to Portland. J.
M. Devers. attorney tor the cam
missloa. said ha bad bees anable
to Contact men represented as han
dling tha financing and engineer
ing of the corporation, Action was
County Judge Templetoa aad a
delegation of Washington county
cltlxeas proposed widening- tha
Beavartoa-Hlllaboro highway from
If to 20 feet. Judge Templeton
said the county would contribute
129.000 toward labor tor widen
ing- the highway it the commis
sion would purchase tha right-of-way.
Tho eommlssloa decided to
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Mrs. Eva Augusta Lindbergh
Christie (above), half-sister of
CoL Charles A. Lindbergh, may be
named tha nresidential candidate
of a third party to be erganixed
accept tha plan tf tho right-of-way 1 ia Omaha, Neb- December 1. Mrs.
could bo acquired for IS Mat.
During- tho first It months ot
ltl total expenditures ot tho
highway department were t.12.
eta and in tha first It months of
1221 amounted to $ll,12t.t0t.
figures preeeute- by Klein show
ed. During tho aamo period ad
ministrative costs were eat from
$131,802 to 1220.242.
Christie helped her father, the lata
Congressman Lindbergh, la many
political battles La Minnesota. . Shs
Is tho editer of a farmer-labor
aaoer in Red Lake Falls, Minn.
well -known- here. Is at her par
ents homa recuperating from aa
lllaas ot several weeks. She will
CommiMioner Spauidiag said he J training in S-
waa not impressed by tho figures
and asserted at least 9SS9.990
might ba saved under his wage
Bee in Iowa
MM BY GLOB
CGsatiaaei , Cross pas 1)
tlon and poHco seat word ot her
dlsappearancato Medford la tha
hope police there might appro
head her. It was beUeved she
aad bar eompaaioa might attempt
ta aibch bike from Eageao to
their destination, eeeaase they
had but 2.9K la cash between
Polica Matroa Talked
To Pair at Terminal -
When Mrs. Myra L. Shank, city
police matron," reported that she
had accosted two girls yesterday
afternoon at tho stage terminal,
polica at headquarters sought a
connection with the disappearance
et tha Ruehmana girt. Her de
scription tallied almost wholly
with that of-oae at tha two girls.
Mrs. Shaak said ah took them
off tha bus to question them and
later permitted them to go on
At tha time tha girl left home,
aha wore a red tarn o'shanter,
blue skirt, sweater aad coat with
a fur collar, taa stockings ana
black slippers, aad carried a black
leather parse. Her mother said
she had two ILtt bills. She to
bloade, bine-eyed, fir feet, aevea
laches tall and weighs ill
The girl was said to hare coma
hara recently from cnicage ior
bar health. The polica did aot
leara Mrs. Raahmaan'a initials.
Father oi Two
Takes Own Lite
ONTARIO. Ore,, Nov. II (AP)
Entering a room where his two
young- - ehildrea were sleeprng.
Richard Stover, Z. owner of aa
automobile cleaning station hero
killed himself . last alght with a
rifle. Ho left no message to ex
plain his act and members of his
family were unable to aseertaia
Surviving ara bis widow, young
daughter and son his parents, and
Alabama; Joseph Byrns, Tennes- out as tartlng &ext Saturday 1 tha Peter Pan Ice cream was gir
f!havriMi R. I .rlsn. naoreia:
nil Inhn K. Rankin. Mlf.sisnDi. I Warner Bros
VuMauhtku Rmiv T Pn. noais C1UD M
ey, Illinois, ana Joan J. iruon-
aor. New York, are the northern
Williams sell service store ana en to Canlllene Marriat.
jsismore mcxey Tn ,torea Bamed above our
going to sponsor official Mickey Mousa stores.
ono. i w n
I can tell you this much mat u It yott attend tha Mickey Mousa
OERVAI3. Not. It J. 8. Har
per has returned from a stay ot
two months at his old home In
Iowa where bo wont to auperln-
tend tho building of a bare and
granary on his farm to replace
those whoch recently burned
Just before he started home he
attended tho annual corn husk
ing tournament, held near his
place and which was witnessed
by 1,009 people. He timed one
Of the fastest buskers tor one
minute and In this time he husk
ed 20 ears of corn free ot husks
and threw them Into the wagon.
The contest lasted two hours and
the winner husked a little over a
ton of corn, Tho women also
contested but their tournament
lasted only 20 minutes.
Mr. Harper says corn husking
machines ara in use on some ot
slin la . am t 0- 4Iaw si ea ttAt
iuo ssai ia.uw ugs uv ea-a uv fyw m e w
satisfactory as they leave too 1 fwhrutine Hansen
much com on the stalks and
leave the fodder unusable. Ha
also says tha farmers In that
section are optimistic over tho
rise in the price ot core and be
lieve it will go t o50 cents a
slVt nVW e.Von,a WiQ VUV uv vmw. I . .... . 1 - w w-.war
M.Tnffia .mi PttnT 1 is something dlfierent wnica wuiicinb meeting tomorrow at Warnar
appear to have the lead between pp lw wu,
ACCORD COMPLETE HOUSKDLD CHGES!
WASHINGTON, Nov. It (AP)
Sealing a new bond of trans-At
lantis friendship, Italy and the I
United States today called on the'
ether great powers to do their bit
"for naval disarmament aad the
. re-establlshment of stability.
Tha two governments announc
ed their common purpose In a
oint statement termlnatlnsr two
Jays ot conferences between Pres
ident Hoover and Mussolini's for
eign minister, Dino GrsndL
The statement carried clear
MADE TW BURN
WOODBURN. Nov. It Quite
a number of families have moved
into Woodburn recently and oth
er households hare changed their
F. A. Heavy has opened a bar
ber shop on South Front street.
E. R. Wllhelm has returned to
Woodburn and moved into a
house oa West Lincoln street. He
school .for boys, a few miles
north oa the Pacific highway. J.
J. Yltovec has moved to 1364
East Cleveland street. R. B. Bon
ar has moved from his home
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If von ara not 'a member of
Warner Bros. Mickey Mouse club,
you should join now, as It will
mean a lot to you.
Below are some of the things
offered you in being a member.
1. An honor to become a mem
2. Great times each week.
2. Prises from official Mickey
Mousa Stores each week.
4. Contests oft and oa the
6. A birthday present on your
I. And many other Important
things too numerous to mention.
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We're going to hava the second
annual Warner Bros. Elalnore
Oregon Statesman Mickey Mouse
Bros. Elslnore at 1 o'clock you'll
be assured ot a keen time.
Dont miss seeing- Walter Hus
ton la "Tha Ruling Voice."
So Long- Zollia.
WASHINGTON, Nov. It
( AP) Intense activity and grave
faces at tha state department to
day gave evidence tha American
government Is considering a new
step In tho ManchurUn crisis.
Secretary stlmsoa alternately
taHroA Hth Parta nn thm Inn, ilia.
wkgTt Si : .Ute traTntog jawing contest soon-watch for tee telephone anTcTlled hi. as-
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socrates Into coasultatioa oa vari
ous phases of tha problem, serl-
Say! a great Interesting pic- Unalv Mmolicated tvr tha lateat
in "The Ruling Voice."
Also a "Booth Tarklngton Com
serial "Danger Isl-
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near Awom ko a uouso u Tt .nrfjT ia eooA
street. He Is employed at thel7.'. . J I ?
cannery. William Eastman has
moved to an Oswald street house
from his farm east ot Woodburn.
The Woodburn volunteer fire
department is busy preparing for
the annual Thanksgiving dance,
which Is held in the armory each
year. The dance will be held on
the night of Thanksgiving. " An
The Japanese ambassador, Kat-
sujt Debucbi, called at tha depart-
mnnf twlm tn tatlr with Mr Rt1m-
Ana cnapwr eigni oi our vmj.it- 80 ana nnderecreUry Castle.
Generally smiling, he appeared
more serious than usuaL Ha told
newspapermen ha had neither d
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Warner Bros. Elslnore Mickey I htmI , remind aav official
Mouse ciuo orcuJBir aureiz w I enmnnnicatlons.
gooa. yon you want to ptay in
in ine orcnesoa emeriains ior actual situstton in TslUlhar," oc
us each Saturday during our club j CUDied by JapaaesO troops, ha
meeting-. Be at tho theatre Bat- -.m aAAIum that ha was 'sorrr It
archtra fVo , ?u K, urday tt0rnln 'clok. n happened." and realised a -very
orchestra from Salem has been .a alther "Boots' Grant or 'An-ZZZ Z,-7t-H v. k.
4evA ibttauuji aassa irvya
engaged to play for tha affair.
; which is always one ot the social
events ot the winter season.
see olther "Boots' Grant or "An
dy" Anderson, It you would care
BETHEL. Nor. It A benefit
card party sponsored by the Beth
el Dorcas club, will be held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Creech on Saturday night. Bridge
and 600 will be played.
Mrs. J. D. Clsrk of Salem re
ceived a visit Wednesdsy from a
group ot her old neighbors at
Bethel. Mrs. John Haln, Mrs. W.
T. Brinkley. Mrs. J. M. Nichols,
Mrs. A, L Eoff, Mrs. A. Smith,
Mrs. Beth Ounter, Mrs. Harry
Young. Mrs. Newton and Mrs. J.
G. Lauder back. The day was spent
in quilting, with a pot lack dinner
Mrs. J. M. Nichols, president of
the Bethel Dorcas club, arranged
a visit to the Salem Laundry Wed
nesday. Thirty-five women attend
ed the demonstration.
Mrs. George Bahnsen accom
panied her cousin, Mrs. L. E.
Fiseher and son Lester ot Liberty
"Ton never make (financial
mistakes when you use your owa
brains,' 8. M. Eadlcott, 8alem at
torney, told 26 members et Fra-
tsrnls elab who last alght held
their regular dinner meeting at
tha Spa. Giving- further advice
to tho young- baslaess and i pro
cessional mea. ha said: "Get out
and do things with what you
hara to do them with, and yoall
be doing tho best you eanT t
Mr. Sndlcott titled his talk,
"Way?", and added that the
questloa now Is "Why are condi
tions that confront people of tha
nation?" "Tho same thing- troa-
Tho Ashland, Ky., alga school
football team had scored 27T
points this year when their op
ponents had only tS. .
Don't Nad! act
Heed Preenptry sUatter ssest
If bothered with bladder Jr
regularities; nagging backache
and a tiicd. nervous, deprussed
action or bladder irritattotv
doat delay. Users am y w hero
rely oa Doom's PSk. Praised fbr
more than 5t years. Rccoca-
mendea the ooantry over. -
TODAY AND TOMORROW
Of Much Enjoyment
Story of Orient
Jaunt is Heard
BRUSH CREEK. Nov. It
Friends from this district motored
to Sllverton Tuesday afternoon to
spend tho tlma with Mrs. Chris
tine Hansen who was celebrating
her 71th birthday. Mra. Hansen
came to tha Brush Creek district
from Iowa la It 00 aad for years
At first she lived in tha place
Interesting accounts of trips to 1 now known as tha Roy Burt homa
th Orient given by Miss Lois Lai-1 aaa later she and her son built
lmer and Miss Leila Johnson, re-1 tha present J. C. Larson homa.
port by J. Burton Crary ot a trip I Three and a halt years ago she
to ML Hood to witness dedication I moved to Sllverton where she
of the Matama lodge there, and I now lives. Mrs. Hansen has been
formulation of plans for local I totally blind for soma years, bat
walks for tha remainder ot tha I is Quite happy and content aad
tlma were highlights in tho so-1 gets a great deal ot enjoyment
cial time enjoyed bv 60 Cheraeke-1 out ot tho radio.
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tans last night at tho homa ot Mr. Those going in from nera were
and Mrs. n. A. Borarne 1 Mrs. Anna K. Jensen. Mrs. O. S.I
The program was in charge of
Mrs. Glenn Holman. Seasonal re
freshments were served.
Farmers at Waconda
Join Duck Hunters
WACONDA. Nov. It Since j
the opening of tho season Mondsy j
a number of farmers here are
enjoying the sport of duek hunt
ing. Miss Gladys Brown accompan
ied b yher mother, Mrs. George
Brown drove to ornelius Tuesday
whore they will remain for soma
tlma with Leslie Brown.
Mr. aad Mrs. F. R. Nusom and
children. Rosemary and Ronald :
made a trip to Portland tha first
ot tha week whera they spent tho
day with Mrs. Nusom'a parents.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Filler. Luellen
Flier, sister to Mrs. Nusom and
Hauge, Mrs. Martin Jorgensoa
and Mrs. C. L Benson. Mrs. J.
Randall of Portland, who is visit
ing her mother, Mrs, Hauge, took
the group in ner automo&ue.
Warner Bros. Ehinore
At 1:00 P. M.
PRIZES t FUN
Special Number from
Barbara Barnes School of
iWho.CouId Defend the Only Girl Orj
rKpprd with a Shanghaied
isiartCrewand the Cruelest
OSN ? 'Skipgerion Jhe
A SENSATIONAL SEA: TAELODRAMA.
Richard Crorrrwell Noah Beery Sally Blano
A new and dlfierent picture of
Helen Wills Moody, brilliant ten
nis champion, as she sailed from
aa Franciseo with her husband,
Frederick Moody, for a three
months tour of the Orient. Mr.
lleody Is ia charge of the brok
erage OKice aboard us ship, the
President Cco&dre. While in tho
Orient Mrs. Moody expects to flay
. a xsw oxatatoon matcnas.
JFirst of Lobby
J Shows Tnnrtrht
' we vsmw w mmm ee s
First ot tha T. M. C. A. Friday
lobby programs tor the season
will be held at t o'clock tonight
Tha entertainment will consist ot
motion pictures presented by Dr.
David B. Hin and Albert L.
Adolphsoa. Two pictures will be
shown. "A day la tha Ufa ot a
healthy cattd and "Scenla Oro-
Red Cross Membership 1 932 Pledge
Pleasa check form of membership taken i
$ AminaiV"..'5 Contutinjr--$10 Sustaining ."'
2S Supporting ,.
Date ; .j" ...
. J . .THE AMERICAN NATIONAL RED CROSS
Pleasa bring or send to Red Cross headquarters, First,
National, Bank Bldg Salem.
P tbiof aad
1 m II
BIG PIANO SALE
PAY NO MORE
C57 Ooeat St.
All Fine Used Onea
Fischer - Decker .
Brewster - Hiaaa
Wo want every DttU girl
to have mnmo
KBtBALL PIANO CO.
. Wm. de tbesr bit .
Oosae Today r
Hosae of Z5c Talkies
A. HOMB OWNED THKATBB
Special, Blickey Blouse
Orchestra, Singing &
Dandng Tonight f P. IX.
with this Ave star east:
of Famous Fmaaakers :
. , Reginald Denny. .
LeOa Hyama, LQUaa Bond
& Cliff Ed wards
Alee. Mack Bennett Colored
edy Harry Oarer
l4lfWy'ffe - J
THE WORLD OBEYS!
Hero Is a story
of hardness itself
a . uuv t
- terrifying! .
BUghtyt of a
man with but
ona soft spot
It echoes tho
heart beats of
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ANDa-SNAEES ALIVE a ,;;;;;'
gesuint Booth Tarklngton comedy.
Helosi Drama- with Claik & Mdriiragh