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EIGHTY-FIRST, YE All
Salem, Oregon, Wednesday Morning:, March 9, 1932
I HA ID Kidnap News
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Baby Lindy Abduction Recalls Others
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Lindy Friend nnnOnFOP 11 H RF
Hill AA 1 11171 W Ct
I lUUILUU IVIHUL
)iew Hampshire is Strongfy
For N. Y. Governor, Is
Story of Ballots
Margin Averages 4500 With
Few Wards Missing and
' -Outcome Certain
CONCORD, N. H., Mar. 9
(AP) Candidates pledged to the
support of Franklin D. Roosevelt
for the democratic presidential
nomination won a sweeping vic
tory over-the forces backing Al
fred E- Smith in yesterday's New
Hampshire primary, first of the
With . 0 scattering towns and
city wards of the 294 in the state
missing,- the returns of the vote
for delegates at large to th9 dem
ocratic national convention, show
ed an average majority for the
eight Roosevelt pledged, candi
dates of approximately 4.500 over
that for the eight . Smith pledged
The vote for candidates for dls
trict delegates in the two congres
sional districts, from each of
which two were elected, while in
complete, gave the Roosevelt men
an insurmountable lead
Of Eight Votes
The result assured Roosevelt of
eight pledged votes in the nation
al convention. These . included
eight delegates at large, each with
a half rote, and two delegates
from each congressional district.
each with a full vote.
The outstanding returns in
cluded a few wards in several cit
ies, where the Smith strength was
strongest but the heavier vote cast
for the Roosevelt slate in. the
towns, of which a number remain
ed to be heard from, was expected
to balance these. ' .
Robert Jackson, seceretary of
Everyone Is deeply Interested In
the fata ot the XJndberg baby but
to Leo Hogue, -7 t-year oI& Port
land laborer, the crime has espe
Mf Tlnma Vitslnaaa '
Temporary uraer is uramea yesterday, said he knew the fa
mous uuer oi v;naries Augustus
Just When Assessment
Books Turned Over
Jr., when he was four years old
and from then until he was 15.
"Why. I used to feed Llnd-
ergh," ho said proudly.
With natural boyish interest, !
Judge Hill Sets March 121 the youth. Lindbergh, who utr
a T- . - was to maae a soio xugnc over tne
lime vi niMumwH I Auanuc ocean to worw-wwe rWA.111M,n5K, o t t-t -r:.- n -
fame, used to coma down from tJivvuiayuiy ncjjwi i uitcu uui lur ruil liilic ell rrco
On Education Levy
his home on a Mississippi sand
hill to the river bank to watch
Anticipated litigation over the the "drivers" guide their logs
high school tuition law came Into down stream toward Minneapolis,
court here Tuesday morning when
a temporary restraining order was
grantedf by Judge Gale S. Hill
against Sheriff Oscar D. Bower
prohibiting the latter from the
collection of $129,474 In 1931
taxes levied on non-high school
districts for high school tuition.
Tae Injunction was granted Just
as soon as Assessor Oscar Steel
hammer had turned the tax assess-
Minn., 95 miles away, according
to Mr. Hogue.
Now in those days the river
men were hard men and when
they would come to dinner they
would come with a rush and grab
for the biggest pieces of every
thing," he reminisced. "But I'd
see that Lindbergh got something
to eat afterwards."
"Lindy" tried to get a Job with
the "drivers", he said, "but he
Conference; Close Friend of Lindbergh Leaves on
Unreported Mission; Family More Hopeful Following
Receipt of Last two Letters
Method of Sending Baby Back and Proving Their Claim
For Ransom Later Offered Through Philadelphia Paper;
Advises Retention of Irregular Piece of Cloth From
Infant's Sleeping Garment
ment books over to the sheriff for I was too light. About all he could
collection. As a result no non-high do was drag the peavy after the
school tuition tax which Is at the men. They used to let him do that
rate of C.5 mills will be collected until the boss made him stop."
until the suit Is argued and the I "I remember one day down on
uisuainea even oy me imucrworiu, mo Kianaper, properly termea we "lowest criminal," naa sou gut nisicoart makes Its decision. the logs Lindbergh was wearing
virtims ra an spneres or me. Many or we principals or America's au too rreqaent cases or cMM abOno Judge Hill set March 12 at 10 only a shirt. The boss made him
uoa nave been stolen from bumble homes. Such were Billy Gaffney, S, of Brooklyn, N. YM who disap-l. m. M the time for determining stay In a shed until after some
peared in 1927. and Grace Bpdd, of New York, 11, when she vanished a year later. No trace of I whether the temnorarv inlunction I larilM mt hv"
either has yet been found. The mystery of the dls appearance of Jimmy Glass, 4-year-old Jersey City, 8nall be continued or the case dls- "1 was away for several years.
jnuiisKT u ioiu, mb never rocn bvitcu, wipouKa M.eiciuH racautiea ma nu was uwii etou i missea witnout iurtner argument, latter be was 15. When I came
in rennsyivanla eignt years later. Baby Ldoyd Kieet, stolen for ransom from his wealthy parents in u Welnacht and .his wife. Mar-
Springfield, Mo., was murdered by his abductors while his father was en route to pay the money they garet Welnacht, residents of school
demanded. America's most noted case was the Charlie Ross kidnaping in 1874. 'The youngster was district 46 and taxpayers there,
stolen from his home in German town, Pa., and no trace df him was ever found. An abduction with are plaintiffs in the action and
a happier ending, was that of 15-year-old Edward A. Cudahy, heir to the packing fortune. He was re- Sheriff Bower is defendant.
turnea to nis Home In Omana alter a ransom of f 23,000 had been paid. Pat Crowe, ex-convict, was I Is Climax of Long
aires lea ror tne crime, out acquittea. He later aa mlttea nis guilt.
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FACE BRAND JURY
Here as East
III KIDHIIG CASE
TJte plaintiffs in reality repre
sent a large group of non-high
school district taxpayers centered
in the ML Angel area who long
have been discontent Ad with the
tuition law. Under Its provisions RetUITI Of BOSWOfth SOUght
wmca were aaopiea oy ias
Upon Charge by Talbott
Dating Back to 1929
tut national democratic commit- Johnson-DeGrace Claim to
Be Viewed; Plan Approved
tee and the party representative
ef the committee from this state,
earlier in the night ' claimed a
complete state delegation for
Roosevelt whose campaign he sup
ported In the primary contest.
By Mott Attorney
PORTLAND. Ore., Mar.
While the east and middle
west shiver under the lash of
heavy winds and temperatures
below zero. Salem basks In -the
warm sunshine that inspires Tlg-
g I or and breeds dreams of fresh
f II A 10 cutrgo lUXl COOLS u iub nun
runner occupation Around high school districts of the eounty
Shanghai Planned by
legislature, charging school in
structing pupils from outside Its
only district boundaries, is allowed
to charre full costs to the non-
Governor Julius L. Meier yes- snernoon:
These total costs for all high terday Issued papers asking for the Haa ny
school districts are allocated to return to Oregon of Fred Thomas, made?
the non-high school districts of alias Thomas Bosworth, who is nn-' "We have not made any head
the coaatyTbesatO-X costs for der arrest - la San . Diago, CaL, way in Identifying the kidnapers.
all high school districts are alio- charged with kidnaping Elward S. out we are more noperui tor tne
HOPEWELL, N. J., Mar. 8 (AP) Definite progress
was beinsr made tonight toward returning the kidnaped
Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Jr., to the home of his famous
This news came from the Soutland mountain estate a
few hours after a close friend of Colonel Lindbergh left on a
The encouraging wortl the first of its kind to com
from the hilltop home since the child was stolen a week ago
tonight was telephoned to state police at Trenton in re
sponse to a question at the night press conference there.
"What are the latest developments in the police investi
gation? What are the latest de-O . .
velopments in Colonel Lind
bergh's private, separate Investi
'Progress," was the single
word answer made over the tele
phone by Major Charles Schoef
i tel ot the state police.
Earlier the New York Dally
News related the following con-
! venation with a member of the -I
Lindbergh household during the
MUSIC IS FEATURE
OF SPK OPEIB
Willamette, Salem High and
Kiltie Bands Slated
To aid in Event
1 VT-irTTTTT 1. V I J - I O I . . . . . . . I - vu . v
v V vT " " u 1 I cated to the non-mgn school dis- Talbott, so, fortnerly of McMInn- retujn or tne oaoy since tne last next Friday night at the annual
ULLY WITH STOBY
(API-Circuit Judee Kanxler to- TegeUbles. flower gardens and MarS T iIVap tt" .t7 "rCTSIT ir
; . . . - , i i - - ' . j -., uku uu mo oasis ui usessea ti- mie.
day ordered Lotus L. Langley. SOll courses. young descendant of the former Ulatlon and irrMwti.A Af the rw,n
district attorney, to make a grand Daffodils' yellow glory is grao- Manehu emperors, was formally
Jury Investigation of informal ling parking strips and gardens; Inaugurated chihcheng-"dictator"
charges by Carl H. Johnston and gay and many colored crocus I or ldanchoukOB, "land of Man
C. A. De Grace against J. R. Cal- flash from rockeries or give color I churia," this afternoon.
lanan, state saving and Loan su- I to drab corners while trees are The ceremony took place In the
pervisor, regarding an alleged on- still brown. The yard of Dr. EL main hall of the new presidential
lawful purchase of real estate by K. Stockwell looks like a sum- palace, formerly Changchun's city
the Federal Union Savings andlmer time picture with all its hall and lasted only 25 minutes.
Loan association, f many early sarin? blossoms eek- The attendance was limited to SO
Johnston and DeGrace are them- inr forth. I Chinese, including- several Man-
Alonr the roadsides the first chus and Mongols, and 15 Japan-
ment objections to questions put n WItn tne arrairs or tne pru- green leaves are showing forth ese,
to him by his attorney were sus- aentiai savings ana ioan associa-1 and the white, rather ill-smelling
tained today as H. H. Henley on "on. choke cherry is in bloom In SHANGHAI, March 9 (Wed
trial on mail fraud charges with Langley, supported by an opm-I many places. Fields are being nesday) (AP) Wildly circulat
W. B. Foshay.completed 11 days Ion of I. H. Van Winkle, attorney plowed with soil turning over In lng rumors that the Japanese
IIMVRAPnT.TS Minn.. March 8
.(AP) More than 50 govern "v- unuer iwinwauu cuumrc-
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PAPER 111 FUNS
Sheriff McQueen of
Yamhill county was commissioned
to return the fugitive to Salem.
Talbott, in an affidavit filed in the
two letters were received!
is all I can say.1
That spring opening. The Willamette
university band, the Salem high
school band and the Scotch Kiltio
8 I band wiU all be on hand to ait
(AP) In & two column box cap- Just the "right notes" Into the an
executive department, alleged that tioned "To the Kidnapers" the Inual event. The bands will travel
Philadelphia Record says: over the business district so as to
"Cut an irregular piece of distribute the melody well
cloth from tne Lindbergh baby's I keep the crowd Interested.
original sleeping garment. eep Comments vtrds .or, tH
this fragment. Place the baby In if this wtw nM , ..
000 from his suitcase. Talbott said a safe place. Notify Colonel Lind- Fridav nfrht win .n k- ,v
he previously was acquainted with bergh where to find the baby. He biggest of the kind in Salem's
Dosworcn ana uoraon at aiCMinn- l secreuy win sena tor iu At a historr Th Mn!r nf nrAOMim
I I,.... j... a i a I r .
A seven-day shift on two of the . .J ,LJoxl ne """l t Court and Liberty
while he was in Reno. Ker., on
July IS, 1929, he was accosted by
Bosworth and a man by the name
of Bordon, who covered him with
a revolver and appropriated $31,-
general, who held the
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large paper mill machines at the ,ft.evr takln th m,oney Ialbo" w ,mcet and deal wItn TOn ta treets. There the loudspeaker wUl
Oregon Pulp A Paper company' tw.m placed him In strictest secrecy. be located. Crowd, may gather a
i viwwcu wiiu tuu luimus uTcr iu lumuri mi iue Jipuess nlflnt hr hir hMn nefifiaitated auiouioDiie. ana Biartea lor I xou ro m pruuuco your irag- blOCk in each direction becaosa
e transaction Ueiiow. loamy crumbles which In- planned to occupy Nantao and flj Bevt rll wikTdu neayy Oregon. Upon arriving at a point ment matching the part from traffic wm be dlvVr ted fromhetl
coL 7 dlcates that spring Is near at other large areas on the southern J0.' " "".JjT for x J5BI pi 1n me ath of Salem, Tal- which It was cut and receive the streets from C to 9 o'clock. Til .
aasua avv fcvr uasw cswu- lI-Sbo i v v wmwmq um aawaas w a-aa
en the stand
Vance O. Steenrod, cashier of
the Portland (Ore.) National
bank, formerly the American Ex
change bank, identified the ledger
account and deposit slips of C. H
Burnwofth, Foshay representa
tive in Portland, for. January,
The records showed Burnworth
had withdrawn 11.800 from his
account January 14. the date an
other FosniT emnlove testified he
had received 12.000 from Burn- h 0 "Prt 5" maae V.T- Vv.7 T'l Neutral mediators inactive sev- turers are now anxious to know
worth to nay 1. O. Arnold, a Port- Tuesday by the Mar on county ' ."" Inderal days, again took up the Usk If the advances la price can be
land attorney, for legal services In ox -rry of .negotiating agreement to held.
Labish Just now It appears that Ports of a new fight brewing .TrZ in.
this section has .not waited for long the battlefront, stirred the Pd JVJL Jlrnnlt
the ground hog's six weeks sleep. Chinese populace into panic to- f "i t? J A . S
, j v da the orders which came as a re
but has declared spring to be . . . ... -
here now. , uispatcnes saia wanaing resi- W1 "i;"Z
Another sure Indication of aenls wer nervous nd a great '"c "w""' lu
spring is the influx of lambs and exodus or tne inhabitants was un- nwoiwn
in driving through the country der way. owing to rumors that ff extended throughout the na-
these are to be fonnd in nnm- Japanese soldiers were marching tion and were Indicative of some
I. ...... . ... . .. n, v.nviii, I nntnrn In naner n rices. Manniae-
. . i nn-rm .it t i b mr irn van, iivtv I .iwu.i i -
Tuesday bv the Marlon county I iace8 . na smau aias mat leap
W JURY DELAYED
bott declared Bosworth and Bor-
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qualifying Foshay .ecuritle. in -P-' ndia The "smell of smoke from the hostUlUes.
VLTZ tLVTYJZlt thi courthouse that the Jury arias Inspired, "clean-up" rite.
r-'-;-;7.,n' would report as soon as Judge L. aireaay notea nere ana mere;
, t- us o.w 1 Mi.Mar.an r-tnmd from CO
While price from manufactured
H. McMahan returned from court I the awkward welldlng of rackeU
work he is conducting at Albany. I on tennis coorts Indicates that
ji yrt'T C I Erpeiding is cnargea witn id ub ubb nu come io oreaa tne
LiV&nS 1I6S r OT killing of Lloyd Eddy here last lethargy of winter, and the last
m i week in a drunken brawl at tne i sure sign is tne snop windows
JxlQeTTllcin iKaliJ Eddy home in Salem. Erpeiding I ready for Spring Opening Friday.
before the shooting was one ot
two men to steal a car here, go to
W. D. Evans. 490 South. Capitol Harrisburg, steal a car there, and
street, now, alderman from th .return through Albany where an
fourth ward, yesterday Hied a pe-1 oincer was senousiy out not ia-
titlon bearing 20 signatures for tally wounded.
his candidacy for renominatlon. I Jess Eddy, 45, was shot In the
Evans is a member of the council l same zraeas m wnicn nis nrotner.
health committee and took part l Lloyd, wag killed, but be Is ex-1
in the vcnt nnblie hearinc on I neeted to recover, authorities at
the question ot banning sale of C I the Deaconess hospital, where he
grade milk, ' ;;I v i owng ue&ieu, sata -v
Mi'lady makes no mistake In the
seasons when fashion is at stake.
STATE UMBLE TO
WCR 0. S. FUND
Charges that Carey and Harlan,
so-called rate experts, are directly
fir Indiraetlv In that amnlrrv Af th
products from the local plant has Portland street railway company,
been low for two years, the Ore- .nd that the eomnanr la nalnr
gon Pulp ft Paper company is money to influence public senti- ; MED FORD, Ore.; Mar. 8 (AP) windows ttlrkt
now operating all machines with I ment in favor of the proposed ser-1 A circuit court Jury here today l
ransom without the knowledge of main event will take niaa at a
anyone e. ioa recora is an- o'clock, with President Gardner
thortsed to guarantee this plan Knapp of the Salem Ad elub and
as omciai ana genuine, out is Mayor P. M. Gregory in charge,
bound by confidence not to reveal The public is waking up to tse
the official sources through difference bAtwn tni. ..
Which It was issued." oneninr and that of former vr
and the response so far is excel
lent. Merchants are planning to
make their windows as gay as pos
sible and with spring thoroughly
in tne air they have plenty of la-'
centlve to do so.
JWp1fnr1 Patter . v,rtB"y every merchant in the
mCUlUrU rapei downtown area Is Joining ta th
promotion, and most ot them will
feature special things for their
400 men employed. Paper orders lylce at cost franchise, are to be I awarded Roy Parr, Ashland game
have Increased somewhat so that hnvestirated h nharlea M. Thom-1 warden, 910,000 nunltlve and 85.-
tne mm is now several weexs oe- as. public utilities commissioner. vu general aamages in his 850.-
nind lu orders whereas it was l it was announced Tuesday. ' ud suu against the Pacific
only two to three days behind six I "if these charges are untrue I RecordV Herald, a weekly news-
months ago. I Carey and Harlan and the street PPr, and its editor. Earl H.
Helnleinsald Yesterday the I railwav com nan are entitled to I FehL
PORTLAND, Ore., March S I dallT eonsnmntlon of nnlnwood eomnleta Indication.' a state-1 ! Parr's suit was nredicated on
(AP) Oregon's highway funds ... aad "On Ian article nnbllahAd tn ara
are insuiiieent to matca me iuu 8COPe8 0f men in the woods and the other hand It the charges are paper following a raid on a 11
federal quota ror roaa construe- transoortlnc of the cord- true the people of Portland are quor still near hero November 14.
tion and consequently win not get wood here enUtled to know the facts.- 1980. Everett Dahaek. ot Eagle
tne iuu neneui o leaerai am mi -v. a.ad ft.
SOCIETY TO MEET
Railroad and express employes
TliATnaa ilitamknt fnllAwarl raw I HOI Tit. wan VAnnA aTin i ilMtti I in MIMA, AntitT w n A rnmni.
highway eonstrnetlon LesUe M. terly dividend, on preferred stock eelpt ot a letter from M. Cary near th still. The Pacific Record the membership of the Sales
Scott, chairman ot the state ,Mt we6klfor the nrat time since Clark, president ot the house-1 Herald la its article called Parr chapter of the Railroad Employes
Mglrtfay commission, said today. . . . .tarted onerationa. wives' council . of Portland. a "murderer." . National Pension association will
His statement was containea ra -n. ' . '
a letter to William F. Woodward;
The move was one to conserve
-:'Vi';;V''"-.('-r.--.-:'r - Tne poUce greaUy need the cc Vir v a l rr o
Preparedness Stressed sr&sx aawaS 2Tsrs?t Taxpayers' Ask Voice m
By Chaplain John Beard 'h: -S!
. : - " hood at their monthly dinner omt
ceesfully, Lieutenant Walter Lan- vi.wa. and th. .hnrtnt hirh.ldends can be resumed as goon as
111 mrtm. b.IIm I " J mm Z . .7 I -tl.- .
it from Portland to tne sea. I v-v uai
rAaanitiir nn the two nro- the unusual cash requirements of
Jects Scott wrote that Construe-1 company are mew
' "Wi ' should seek , justice and
peace rather than war, make trea
ties to reduce arms; but we should
build to treaty strength and keep
the nary op to this strength and
efficiency," r declared f Chaplain
John W. Beard. Portland, 162nd
.infantry. In speaking ot -Preserr-lng
Memory of the Incidents of
the Last .War at s last ; I sight's
meeting" of Capitol j Post 5 No, 9,
American Legion. " - - -Some
of the pink-cheeked boys
who never smelled anything but
face powder try and tell of
the horror "of war. Wo know what
war is. They have no memories
like we have tonight. We resent
it: when they tryto briat: this
country to the place where it can't
resent an Insult,' the chaplain be
gan. -:. -,"".-' V.
"The shot that killed Archduke
Ferdinand was heard around the
world but It was not the cause 0!
the war. Just the occasion. . .
Things that bring about war," the
chanlaln averred. - ara . national
&V Imperialism, , tat aconomla
Py Salem Labor
urge and the survival of the tttr ""Jff!!,.1!"- .He rtdUruled Uion ot tnege two highways U not
- .1 , 1 the" nreralent. idea that the 1. ni. m Km.n.a f
w w, .,- . .v - ... i " :;i rr t. : n ,
today. - i v.' v- 1"" v""-" jb- ijacs: 01 tanas ana tno anuiseu m-m lamiraw ia3rV
- i-tat nibta mawn- aHandad I terns are more efficient than ahort-ent snrrer. The surveys and " o" " r jr
by over 2; 00 ex-servlco men, was thof ? United SUtes. - report of engineers are expected
one ot the largest for the post in what the publie can do to aid to be provided this summer. Be
years, according to . Commander the police was outlined by the glnnlngs of construction on these
Irl S. McSherry. The program, in "cuveuaui, u imigwi; in 10-iiwo projects axe on ue program
addition to the chaplain's address, j home, do not teach the child that I for 1988.
Included explanation of plans fori" policeman is an enemy, teacn
tk w.tiATiai MnvantiAn Pnrt. i it tnat di u t iriend. aovistir ana
land next fall, by Vic Mackensle, protector; Investigate all stories LCopm fTfr,
personal representative ot . Na-1 about the police before condemn-lwc"'"
tional Commander Stevens, - and I ing them; take your turn at court
music by the Willamette nniver-1 and Jury - duty; . urge change ot
slty male quartet. , 1 the laws giving ; the state the
The surprise zeature provea to 1 same ngnts as aerenaants , in
bo a lK-mlnnto wrestung matcn, 1 criminal eases.
nrovtded by Onas Olson, between
Framing School Budget
Four taxpayers, men who did machine shop work, which ' are
not choose A reveal their names.
appeared before the school board
at its meeting at the high school
last night and inquired as to the
date ot the next budget meeting.
They declared they were dissat
isfied with the way the budget
was msde tip for the present year.
One ot them claimed that after
Salem organised 1 a b o r is
against the proposed cuts la sal-1 the tarnarars bad cat
aries of employes in the state 1 19009 appropriation for supervls
bighway department, it developed I ara aaiariea and left the meeting.
at last alght'a meeting of tko I the board incorported . the Item
trades and labor council, Bnsl-It. the. hndret as aa emergency
partland. Ore.. JMar. " I. I aess Agent Frank Marshall was 1 fBd. This the hoard members do
fAP Tom Carlton. Rend fire ! directed to draw up a resolution 1 -id saying that, the taxpayers
chief, was elected nresldent of the I protesting the red action and send I the. item' in the emergency
nrornn fifkM : aaiuvpiatlon of fire 1 It to the state board of control I fond to balance the budget.
fIEP WHEAT RTTfcirETJ ifiabtera at their annual eonren-1 and to the state highway com-1 The men suggested that a meet-
" WASHINGTON. Mar. 8 (AP) tion here today. ' . mission. ...-.; j lag prior to the final budget ses-
Within less than 2 4 hours after I v Other officers ehosen were H. Coincident with thu move was 1 tion be held at wnicn tne proposea
President' Hoover had signed- a C. Stephens. St. Helens fire chief, I the seating on the council ot aei-i budget could be given consiaera-
Prof Newton and Joe Gardlnler.
The commander ot the Silverton
Legion post told of thojctlTities
ot that organisation. '- -
s- . mua. annAlntaX t A
aaAertato the reception glvea by bill making 40,000,00 busheU of vice-president; and Jack Hayes, of agates from the newly organised tion without the necessity ot lm-
ascertaut. tne lecepwou a"" " I ? ... x..,., n I. v. .,. !-..- vuv... mnlAV Wl lm11.ta aotlnn: Tti TT TT OUn.
nttiaa wtati Af th atata IO lilol k-.4UU iwuu uuiuuiu i --t lug aiusuv iui ucusiviucut, . m6" "r--
tol Post's "resolution asking for J able for humanitarian 'purposes,
. . . .!., I th. Pd rraaa nalrnd and receiTed
meat ot thTeterama' adjusted ser- today an allotment of 1,000.009 ton, of Astoria; R. Smith, of Sa- dy. Chester John and H. A. Pet-1 always are open to the public. ,
KeSlSSatS nomiMialLJB. Jjteedet Portia
bold their March meeting tonight
at 7:2t o'clock In the Glad TleV
rngs mission hall at 829 Court
Word received from Washing-
is to the effect that retire-
rnsuraneo or pension bills-
have been Introduced la the news
as well as la the senate. The. 8a -lent
chapter will make plansfor
now la thelrourth week, and ot .,,1'" ZZiZ.Z ZZZ
zz r:;: ?. .wn promptly , -
- - - as an aid to anemoioyment amonr
J?VJ,d. i1. I "P?oS ofcomonfrierSI
aaT .n,ad h-rTh. Cli legialstlon will lower the rettre
.tZl iL?, ment bT Providing
J&iZSittJ?! by employes, lncreaso
"r. r. t . " I tae return. , . -
7rZui: "vj?. "a 01 um XT. 8. Rider, employed In the Ba
publle schools. I, ,Atoffle and the first Tien
UiSU th t1TWthl president tor the Oregon aasoete
charged wita overseeing the I oll ftf .v. Katiai vderatoa of
health work la the schools, pre-1 t..,. i.,v- rfti ha. th
tSOi .rLH0?!0 Prtclpal speak H. wDl ten th-
rk ;.r .v. I '.j. railroad and express employes wo
the 17009 paid by Uie school dls- Wsto OI tB pasion fund legia
trict is allocated. This fund is us- uted 0T by the postoffieo work
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S100: transnortatioa. 8900: print
ing, postage and supplies, $109. I POUXD STAGES RALLY
wtm. A (. 1w iiAM nl Mitnitata I
m wVnl. amAmt daAtad t A tha NEW TORK. Mar. a API
Sat. It am a via iii tnildl tA the I The British pound sterling surged
dairy and .food Inspector, clerk. I upward In today's foreign ea
Janltor. ' laboratory and main ten-1 change markets la the most brfw
r tt,. haaith danartneat. I liant recovery since the British)
The board approved- of .Jhe ar- lapse from the gold standard laaT
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