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Salem, Oregon,' Saturday Morninc,' June 25, 1932 - .
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HELD CAUSE OF
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Of Build Salem I)ay;
Army: Opposition to ; King's
- Action Removing Some
Constitutional Monarchy is
May Retain Throne
PARIS. June 24 ( AP) The
reTolt in Slam was caused hy
sweeping economy ' ministers pat
Into effect daring the last week by
King Prajadhlpok, the newspaper
Le Matin will say tomorrow.
Numerous functionaries and of
ficers of the army were dismissed
because of this economy program,
according to the newspaper ac
The king recently convoked a
meeting of officers In an attempt
to Justify the drastic cuts bat fail
ed to placate them, with the re
sult that a revolutionary conspir
Information reaching Paris was
that a "peoples party" had been
formed to carry oat the move
Continuation of Bargain Day is Additional
Attraction; Procession to Start
11 a. rh. ; Farmers Conference
BUILD SALEM DAY, the idea of member! of Salem chap
ter, .Oregon Bunding congress, will materialize today
with a huge parade, a building-conference for farmers,
awarding of prizes, and a second Bargain day thrown in.
Having publicized the event over .the radio, in. the press
and through other congress chapters, the builders are hoping
O their program will attract many
The main event of the day is
the parade which will start at 11
o'clock this morning and coarse
the central thoroughfares of' the
city. Last night 64 floats were
registered for participation.
After the parade, the floats will
be parked along Church street, be-
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Former Tubercular Patients be roped off, that late comers may
Tlew them and closer inspection
Colorful Oregon Delegate Is
Heard in Resolutions
Roosevelt Forces Control
Platform Writers; to
Draft Repeal Plank
OF HOSPITAL TODAY
Return for Reunion;
be made by the parade audience.
At S o'clock this afternoon, prises
wm te distributed in this area.
Giving official recognition to
Build Salem day, Mayor P. 1L
Gregory, with Mayor-elect Doug
las McKay, will ride at the head
BANGKOK, Siam, Jane 24
(AP One of the world's few re
maining absolute monarchies top
pled today when the army and
navy of this picturesque land sua
denly revolted and set up a "con
The coup was almost bloodless.
The army chief of staff was be
lieved shot to death by his own
men when he resisted their de
mands for surrender.
Most of the royal family was
captured by the sollders and sail
ors who Invaded the principal roy
al palace. Several government of
ficials and cabinet ministers were
The navy commanders ordered
a warship to britfg hack as prison
ers King Prajadhlpok and his con
sort from Huahin, where they
were spending a royal holiday.
Veterans in the fight against
tuberculosis will gather at the
dedication ceremony to be held
here this afternoon to dedicate E0BD
wi bucfiuui, (UUW1B Will DO
the Salem band.
In the parade, which it was esti-
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the new modern hospital
recently completed there.
Local physleans, nurses, health
association officers and friends
and the general public are cordi
ally Invited to attend, according
to word received here today from
Mrs. Saidie Orr Dunbar, executive
secretary of the Oregon Tuber
culosis association, which has
been taking charge of plans at
the request of Dr. G. C. Belling
er, sanatorium superintendent.
Amone those on the nroeram
win be Dr. e. a. Pierce, one of Monmouth Only Town Hurt
al commission, appointed by the
late Governor Benson to establish
and supervise the first hospital,
which was erected on the site of
the old state school for deaf-
mutes, In f910.
Dr. H. J. Clements,
He Tells City Club;
Hie capital was taken comnlete- f tne Btate board of control,
ly by surprise when the uniformed Mrs. Dunbar, and others.
lines poured into the city afoot and Th program will begin a
to army tanks. Mariyfhad machine three o'clock with music furn
PORTLAND, Ore.. June 24.
(AP) An address In favor of
Salem I the proposed measure for consoli-
physician and first superintendent I dating the University of Oregon
of the sanatorium will speak, at land, Oregon State college on one
the dedication, as will a member I campus at Corvallis was deliver
ed before the City club here to
day by Hector Macpherson, Linn
Tuns. They marched on the pal
ace, and took over control, im
prisoning designated high person
ages in their quarters there.
The army and navy leaders an
nounced they intended to deliver
the country from the government
Later some of the prisoners
were reported to have been releas
ed, bat other high officials and
princes were ttill held prisoners
in one of tuj royal palaces by
ished by a group of Salem musi
cians, and will conclude with a
I tour of the grounds. .
Dl) VOTE CONTEST
county farmer, legislator and ex-
Oregon State professor.
Dr. Macpherson asserted the
consolidation would save the tax
payers 1500,000 annually; that
the establishment of a first class
normal school at Eugene would
mean better high school and
grade school teachers: that it
vould give the state one toot-
ball team to boost; that it would
eliminate the log rolling and
fights in the press between the
two larger institutions; that the
only town hurt In the least by
the move would be Monmouth
ALBANY, Ore., June 24.
IN SILVER PLEA
By LESLIE J. SMITH
CHICAGO, June 24. (AP)
Oswald West's proxy as national
committeeman was transferred to
day to Joseph K. Carson by James
Farley. Carson had wired West
asking him to authorise the appointment.
Milton A. Miller, of the Oregon
delegation, advocating dissolution
of tariff walls, eoinage of silver
and rehabilitation of foreign com
merce as steps toward business
improvement, was landed in the
resolutions committee session to
Miller, in white striped Test,
dark eoat and white trousers.
nleaded the historical Bryan
cause. He told the committee that
the gold standard has failed; that
particularly the Pacific coast must
deal with countries using the su
Carson May Ron
For Mavor. States
Carson told the Associated
Press today that he may run for
mayor of Portland In the Novem
ber election. A pronounced wet, he
promised to eliminate all grait
and effect administration econ
Carson also said that it the
democrats straddle the liquor
Question, he will bring out a mi
nority report for adoption of the
Bingham plank, verbatim.
CHICAGO. June 24. (AP)
Leaders for Governor Franklin D.
Roosevelt took command of the
democratic nlatform-writlng com
mittee today and prepared to draft
Will Nominate I
TAMWIANY WILL ; MoMrchy Roip)i:
L I IIIIIUU HULL
j But is not Committed for
Or Against Roosevelt
A friend eft 25. years standing.
former Jastlce John E. Mack
Hall Just Wants to Retain
Dominant Position; no
Hints on Support
Widow May Win
Place in House
rWTf k nn Tnn. 41 1P
lb?,)' i1 F"biePe steadfast against changing the
Tn will place the- name of Gov
(nor Franklin D. Roosevelt In
nomination for the Presidency
at the Democratic national con.
Yentton, opening at - Chicago,
Jane 27. It was Justice Mack
who sponsored Governor Roose
velt for the first political office
he ever held in 1010.
TO PHI DEFENSE
Lockenour Vice - President
Of Laymen Association;
Marcy, Fouke Chosen
two-thirds rale, Tammany Hall
tonight still maintained neutral
ity la the biggest issue before the
convention choice of the 1931
The almost instant response
from the Tammany tiger to the
demand by followers of Franklin
D. Roosevelt for a rule that !
would permit a majority of the '
convention to name the presiden
tial candidate was an explosive
roar of protest. . i
With it, however, went emphat
ic insistence this did not presage
in any way the position Tammany
will take when the roll call of
states on the nomination begins.
News that the Roosevelt men
intended to make the two-thirds
rule history, was followed by a
series' of conferences by John F.
Curry, chieftain of the powerful
New York city organization with
PORTLAND, Ore., June 24. Still Reticent On
(AP) The Oregon Conference l Candidate Choice
Laymen's association, meeting in
conjunction with the Oregon con
ference of the Methodist Epis
copal church here today, voted
to sponsor a movement to rally
Methodism forces of the state
Soon word came from behind
closed doors of his hotel quarters
he would "fight to the last ditch'
against the proposal.
This declaration was generally
Interpreted as meaning Curry
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for support of the 18th amend-I would throw all his strength into
ment and the Oregon prohibition
The laymen adopted a. resolu
tion pledging support of the 18th
amendment and another resolu
tion to organize church members
to vote dry in the November '
R. E. Close, superintendent of
a nartv riwlarat1on for 1932 call
ing for submission of prohibition the Anti-Saloon league In Ore-
ronoal an1 A. nW economic deal. gwa, uw-iateu t mo meeuiiK ,iui
An impressive array oi aemo-i'css iuu b yor ui ui tuurtu iu vuixy wuma aiieuii w gei
the controversy in order to main
tain a dominant position in the
For months Tammany has re
mained silent while the contest
for delegates waged. Every at
tempt to get Curry to Indicate his
choice for nominee has been met
by silence for which he is noted.
It has long been an open secret
in Tammany circles, however.
Mrs. Edward Esllck, widow of the
late Congressman from Tennes
see, who will seek election to
Congress to flu her husband s
unexpired term. Congressman
Esllck died of a heart attack
on the floor of the bouse while
making a plea for the passage
of the soldiers bonus bill.
Secret Parley With
Fonrier Kaiser in
Made but Family's
Stock is Rising -
LONDON. June 24. (AP)
The Daily Herald, today said eoa-
xerencee nave oeea going mm m
secret for a week among the for
mer Kaiser, German banker and
monarchist politicians with a view
to possible restoration of tne
The dispatch, dated Amsterdam,
added the former crown prince
had made his first visit to Holland :
In seven years to attend one. of
the conferences -at Zandoveert.
Holland, where the former kaiser
Is spending a short vacation.
-With the arrival of the for
mer crown prince, the gathering
was complete for hearing reports
on the situation in Germany and
developments in the monarchist
movement," the Herald said. "The
private talks between the bank
ers and poltlclans and secret emis
saries continued until late last
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Final decision on a possible con
tui Af m Mo 9d vntA on the. re-
relayed throucrh I . .
?eec?aV6rU AP) - Eight petition, bearing
u.i.-,V rrT Zr . I today as congressman w. iiaw-i --w -'"''" co iiyuow
Bangkok. These advices said the 'A TaM n oiAr hu measure concolldatlne Oregon in-
. -t ??eeu..ad been cretary together determined their atltutions of higher learning were
Sifthmi S! m "tarr.rerCr coT'ot acUon. In Portland yes- "led bere today. Thirteen peti
rled about the city on the ahoul- terv eonferences were held bv have now been filed at
""""S wuxens. r Hw1av with frienila from va- lAJoany.
'iFn a smnAMMMAMMM m a - - - -
t.rnr T,rrf T "w. r" rlous counties where balloting lr-
th intmrnrZt,!. yu v regularities were reported,
lh A?"ta" . t.nat .. PerliaP While both Hawley anC
tav if fc. Jr. . e 10 are "s"d there have been mis-
stay it he granted a constitution. UVa md In various nrecIncU.
I-" te rePMlW to " they have no assurance sufficient
uuiici uresent law. ana K m. - i - .i
al lnin.- ...- '. 7. I errors uaie neeu uuo vu vu.uro
. "" vi, r4 Be,ecunK the 239 Tote lead James W. Mott
Tl8.1 In th cab,net an Prf now has to a lead for Hawley.
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. ??Ited SUtea for t6Bt wag decided upon would be and Marshall strawberries Is at
mm ?inl tA ?n?lL?7 last1.yefr' the necessity of Mr. Hawley's be- an end, demands for berry work
tended to set up a constitutional
monarchy when his country was
reaay xor it.
lng in Oregon as plaintiff In the ers are still being received at the
contest action which would "Bfc fH- U. S.-Y. M. C. A. Employment
ed in the circuit court or courts bureau. Transportation to the
where protests were made. His fields Is generally offered.
presence is needed in Washington I For the first time in several
now, his advisors feel. Idays, calls were received tor
Yesterday this paper Indicated I woodcutters. Five men were sent
contest was likely, through an to work. Likewise, two men were
error in reporting. The probability sent out to work In hay fields,
then and yesterday was that there Altogether yesterday, 82 per
fected Ernest W. Peterson, Port
land newspaperman, president.
Other officers 'follow:
Roy Lockenour, Salem; Ralph
Speelman, Portland, and Ctyde
Cmphrey, Cottage Grove, vice
presidents; John L. Gary, West
Linn, secretary; James E. Kelly,
Th m. 1avmn a n rhnriT.d m. lAm.
KLAMATH FALLB, ure., juuo i ,.-ol- wlfh . Imlhr
24 (AP) Half-starved ana Q- commission of clergy to work
sparring, a woman givms out procedure.
name as Mrs. Edna jonnson, ana To el commission. Bish-
her daughter, Betty, aged 0p Titus Lowe appointed Rev.
picked P by state police today M A Marcr, Salem; Rev. Fred
on tne nignway near n. Taylor. Portland: Rev. Hugh B
Police saia tne woman i ir..v n nnmn
them that sne ana ner aaugnirr HardT and RT. Jame8 E Mim-
came vo uregon irum .uuui.u.
wim ner oqiosuu, sui uk uw
Tillamook he "damped as oat like
a sack of old potatoes and desert-
ed m on the road.
We have lived like alley cats
since then," the police quoted Mrs.
Johnson as saying. "We took milk
off peoples porches and stole
food when we could find it. We
lived in alleys and rode in box
cars, walked or caught rides,
Mrs. Johnson was placed under
observation In the county iall al
While the labor shortage re- ter police said she told them she at h9 dosing session of the an
leareu sue was luoiug OOT miuu. a nnai reunion here today
iamiiy iook cnarge oi me gin. me
woman was suffering
from fatigue and hanger,
people have been voting. I control of the convention by not
The conference of laymen re-1 committing his delegation of 45
to 60 until the last moment.
Varying Opinions on Place
Woman Should Hold are
Noted in Answers
WASHINGTON, June 24.
(AP) 'All policemen in Washing-
I ton were ordered tonight by Pel-
ham D. Glassford, superintendent
of police, to hold themselves in
readiness for duty in case of dis
turbances among the bonus army.
bat the instructions later were
Early in the evening men off
duty were required to contact
their precincts each half hoar in
case of need. As no signs of trou
ble developed among the approxi-
mstaI A AAA wva am a im fn maI V
Linn s Pioneers demanin p,OT1t of "v.'01;
I n tars' hAtini rtiaa aiasa atfn Af
police was relieved
Glassford had feared Increased
friction between factions might
lead to internal trouble
Officials said dissatisfaction
among certain groups with the
leadership of the army of approxi
mately 20,000 seeking payment of
the soldiers' bonus had brought
growing discord In the last few
Named Head oi
BROWNSVILLE, Ore., June 24
(AP) H. Wayne Stannard
was re-elected president oi tne
Linn County Pioneers association
Opinion among women is by no
means In accord on the question
"Should women work after they
have been married?" according to
the answers received by The
Statesman to this question. Let
ters written by a number of read
ers to the "Inquiring Reporter"
contest showed a majority of
women firm In the opinion that
the home is the proper and only
place tor a woman unless her
husband Is physically unable to
work or for the moment, absolute
ly unable to find a Job.
However a considerable number
of answers gave the viewpoint
that women should work away
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BERLIN, June 24 (AP) Al
though the Hohenzollern family
issued Its customary denial of
plans to restore the former kaiier
today, there was a great deal of
evidence his family stock Is on the
rise in Germany.
The former monarch's sons ap
pear regularly in- parades and de
monstrations by war veterans.
where they usually review troopa
beside officials of the former sol
Der Anfrechte, Berlin monar
chist organ, currently expressed
the opinion that, following upon
the downfall of the Bmening cab
inet, the "monarchy is the neces
sary final goal."
The left radical paper, Berlin
Am Morgen, said General! Trans-
Von Epp, the Bavarian national
socialist, and reichstager, visited
the former kaiser at Doom re
cently to discuss the possibility of
his return to the throne.
Case of Parking
PlZICf nil T PTi ti n 1 would be no legal action taken by (sons were provided Jobs through
aaut a jx 6vt tc" LI Mr. Hawley or hts manager. - 'the employment service.
nther Affluent, all re-elected.
severely are. wluard L. Marks, vice-pres
ident; R. D. Coshow, secretary;
H. C. Thompson, treasurer; J.
W. Craig, chaplain.
Burl Calloway; W. C. Cooley,
John Belts, W. B. Thompson and
Albert Overton, were elected directors.
TILLAMOOK. Ore., June 24.
(AP) W. J. Reichers. president
lot the First National bank, and
WASHINGTON. June 24.
(AP) The republican campaign.
ship today lifted anchor and set
sail for its November port.
Henry J. Allen, former senator
from Kansas, became publicity di
rector of the campaign at the re
quest of President Hoover, He
handled republican publicity in
Joseph R. Nutt, of Cleveland.
treasurer of the republican nation
al committee, completed plans for
raising finances to carry on the
In conferences at committee
headquarter and the White
House, the general course of the
campaign was charted as far an
possible .without knowledge of
who the democratic nominee tea.
president will be.
days. Minority groups have talked H. H. Rosenberg, president of
of forcibly overthrowing the dom- the Tillamook National bank, to-
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land, Ore., commander-in-chief of that the two banks will be merged L.Pfrtrin lUniOr
Jnl 1 tinker thk. mm'. tT.. I Ut6 A VJ J M1"l1
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PORTLAND, Ore., June 24
CAP) W. R. Boher, of Porti
land, left his- automobile, parked
on a downtown street here today.
and when, he returned to the
place he was sure he had left -it,
the automobile was gone.
Not only that, but his two sons.
aged S and 9, left in the parked
ear, had also disappeared.
Boher frantically called police
and infirmed them of the kidnap
ing and theft Police radio cars
whizsed into action.
A few minutes t later police
found the car at another Ideation !
than that - Boher reported, ; hat
the location where it had been
parked nil - the time. The two
lads were weary from the long
wait for their father. ;
Wooden Money Is Issued
Farmer Lad Proves Hero
Logging Accident Fatal
Watchman Shoots Fanner
SEATTLE, June 24 (AP)
It's getting to be a habit for
eight-year-old Bert Dunbar to
save his six-year-old playmate.
Marine Lamont, from drowning
T.V. n.Un I
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Maxlne sUpped into the water L VIL, "I
Sffwfn'S .t"d,ierrt Te! radio .tation KGW, the Salem
playing on floats near their
houseboat homes. Leaning down.
Bert took a firm hold of Max-
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- JUST FOR FOURTH
BEND, June 24 (AP) Wood-1
en money, made irom pine trees
which started growing in the Des
chutes country before Columbus
discovered America, will be legal
tender in Bend until the July 4
holidays, and will be redeemable
The new medium ofexchange.
called Pondosa Pine script, -was
placed in circulation today.
Every cent of the script win oe
backed by money placed in a local
hank. The wood script is the sixe
of regulation currency and was is
sued by the American Legion post.
f DALLAS, June 24.1:-John
? Leskovar of Dallas was sentenced
; to serve CO days in the county
; Jail this afternoon by Justice of :
t the Peace" Gregory. Leskovar was
1 arrested iast night on. a' charge
' ef assault and battery and was
: given . a hearing lata this after-
: noon' at which time tho sentence I
was Imposed.- Ha- began aervlng '
' Us sentence Immedlately.i y
. L. I Johnson of Portland, re-!
: eently arrested . on. a charge of
child atealinir, was bound oyer to
the grand Jury for Investigation.
" fl 11. PACLKNER DIES
LEBANON, June 24 (AP
Chester D. Faulkner of Lebanon
died last night from Injuries sus
tained when his loaded . logging
truck collided wltlf another truck
and he was thrown beneath the
logs.- . "
v He Is survived by his widow ana
two children. ' e';-'.
SAVES DROWNING BOY ;
EUGENE. Jane 24 (AP)To
Vlrsrll Hughes. 19. living on
farm near here, was given today
the program to advertise today
the credit of savlnr the life of back onto the float.
ww a m a Mm . . I aa si 1ftt mm atl aw iVae ;4na a4h.
rorresi anear, io. oi jcugene. i l"ri v BuUd Salem program.
Shear was stricken vttk mmiu r time." Bert commented as he I D .. A . I
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iu niuuueuv river. nuanes I " --""-"
piangea xn wun us eiouiee on r 4?-" .rm Morlta. They were invited to
ano orougnt ine smcaen iad 10 ??'-"" "Til '.w:": appear on another HoetOwl pro
shore, where he was revived after na eaught Maxlne, swim- j . . . . .
considerable effort. mmg several yaras witn ner to a I "
First National bank
vrr y j I Their authorized
WOman iniUreU read in part:
73 n 12 T.mr ne aireciors ox ooin oanas
tV IT OllCe UOgS have had this matter under eon-
Islderation for some time,, the
i.m . . . mm I ntitwt KaI in Try . V m v1tt Itt
Hnnt IMWI Hnr api-Mm. a. m. Tonnr. 22. of overhead and operating costs.
Portland, was ireaiea at a -rv-i"--r ". - uw wi &
land hospital today for a frae-1 duplicated. Furthermore, general
tnred hln. sustained-In what po-1 business conditions at the present
lice described as an odd accident, time demand larger ana stronger
Two large police dogs, dashing I banks, and it is with these on-
down the street at top speed, Meets in view that the merger has
track Mrs. Yeunr. knocking her i been approved by - the directors
down. , , of the two Institutions."
chamber of commerce quartet
gained a big hand from--, the
GOLDENDALE. Wash., June
24. (AP) Walter Fitter, li,
died here yesterday within a tew
hours after he had been hit on the
head by a pitched ball during a
baseball game. He was the short
stop on the Goldendale American
Legion Junior baseball nine.
' After being hit, he did not tain
the injury was serious and fla
I ished the game, but he collapsed
and died on returning noma
Women of Church Lauded
At Eucharistic Congress
CLAIMS SELF DEFENSE
HOOD RIVER, Jane 24 (AP)
Elmer Annala, rancher,- was
shot last night by William Brebm,
elderly watchman at the American
Fruit Growers warehouse at Lens
Police said they were informed
Annala attacked Brehm, knocking
him to the floor, and that Brehm
shot In self defense. Hospital an-
EUGENE, Ore.. Jane 24 (AP)
thorltlea here who examined An- 1 A eoluma of -caterpillars Irom bat he house was badly smoked
lvDO to lzte zeei across aseen
making the going hard for South-
nala said his- condition was criti
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KLAMATH FALLS. June 24
DUBLIN, Irish Free State, Jane
H (AP) ' Irish women, who
tie mmnt f nrtH ninT sons to serve
Done bv BlaZeU CathoUe church and women
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iron many pari- u. u wvriu
assembled more' than .100,000
strong tonight before the euchar
lst congress altar in Phoenix park
and heard themselves praised for
their religious sacrifices.
Speaking from tiny white pul
pit, .the most Rev. Andrew Jo
seph McDonald, archbishop of St.
Andrews and . Edinburgh, told
them the -destiny , of the human
Ktartlnr fr " hot nhn left
h i. woodshed, ' fire charred ' a
eornua of the home of Mrs. Annie
M. Hughes, 1 82 Jerris avenue.
at 11: 1.1 o'clock last night. Slight
damage wag done by the flames
(AP) Word reached here today I dellryed, but trainmen have been
that cattle rustlers have been ae-1 forced to use an unusually large
Firemen" said they found fresh
era Padfift trains at Prvor. Ore..vaahea in a.- buhkt In a lean-to
tor several days.- . ' - "1 woodshed and asserted this ans-1 race ilea largely in ut nanus oi
Tha train service has not been led the fire.' . - -is. 1 women.' -
Clung the pope's recent encycli
cal concerning the spread of the
tive In Lake county. Fifty head of
beef cattle from the Chandler
Son herd were among the missing.
An investigation of the rustling
today brought State Veterinarian
E. II. Lytie to Klamath Fails.
quantity ot sand because of .the
slippery condition ot the rails.
Caterpillars have not been. re
ported in such large numbers in
this district for several years, pry-
or is five miles above Oakiidge.
CANNERY FTRM FINED
-.PORTLAND. Jnne 24 AP) I forces of anti-religion, the arch-
Federal Jndre James Alzer Fee I blshoo assured hla hearers "evil is
today fined the , Hunt Brothers
Packlnr company, of Salem. 2160
for violation of the food and drag 1
act la four shipments of prune.
not cast out except hy prayer and
He urged dally communion as
the only means of combatting the
Plans Complete I
"We could put on the July 4
celebration tomorrow it we had
lie. General Chairman 3. T. De-
powers ot darkness and pleaded I laney reported following the eele
wlth the women to renew and tn-1 b ration committee meeting last
crease the fervor of their faithlnlshL Plans tor all featnrea el
La this crisis in the world's an airs, i the day were checked over wita-
Xn the present crisis.", he said, I out any changes being made.
"none can render to God the horn-1 To pass on contracts for tne
age he deserves as can the maid-f celebration, the advisory eommis-
ens and the mothers of the Catho-1 tee wm meet with ueianey at
lie church. - I office Monday night
"1 eallmnoa ron Women to re-1 . 1 -t v
spond wholeheartedly to that eall p ... n n 1
wrung In anguish from the pope.- tr OSSeSSlOn Ul
Long before the - hour of the
assemblage, great streams ot wom
en converged on the high altar in
the park.. .
Some spent most , ot the day
: Jack Woods. If, and Lyle Jeha
son. 21. made a mistake early
there to be sure ot places nearest I vesterdsr when they Inquired of
the. altar, Dublin's streets were I sUte policemen the location of the
thronged- with the most - excited I highway leading xront eaiem to
Wood burn,: The officers searchadr - .
their truck and found a quantity
of liquor. '
- Both men were arrested on .
made' the ,1-mlle uphill . pilgrim- charges of transporting liquor Hie-
mage oa foot. . " ,-. , . , gaOy. :., - . .. . ..,r-
crowd the .. congress - has . . yet
brought forth. Trolley cars going
to the park were Jammed tutt and
many thousands of the women