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Salem Oregon, Wednesday . Morning Juljr 13, 1932
French Submarine Sinks With 63
Held Oli ve Branch
HOAX CLAIM BY
Of New Prosperity
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Three Million and Half to
Be Expended on Oregon
Curry County Deposit Huge;
Old Graves Creek Site
Will be Reopened
PORTLAND, Ore., July 12
(AP) J. H. Gallagher, Portland
mining engineer, on behalf of the
men backing the enterprise, to
night announced plans for two
large mining operations in south
em Oregon. Gallagher said it
was expected the operations will
Involre an lnrestment of about
Arnold H. Gosb, of Detroit,
formerly a member of the board
of directors of General Motors
corporation, heads the group and
is president and principal stock
holder of tb two companies that
will develop the properties Emily
Gold, Inc., and Columbia Gold,
W. P. ilayden, Salt Lake City,
Is in charge of the entire opera
tion. Gallagher said Pay den had
spent more than two years and
$125,000 In cash Investigating
the field before the group pur
chased the properties which com
prise several thousand acres of
land, located In Josephine and
Two of Largest
Gallagher said the properties
contain two of the largest known
gold deposits in the state. He
said the parcel in Curry county
contains a deposit the size of
which "staggers the imagination
of even a miner. The property is
from 1S0O to 2500 feet wide and
more than three miles long. Out
cropping and exposed this entire
length is an ore body 300 to 400
feet wide, showing 400 to 600
feet in depth of the cliffs at each
end. Thousands of assays " show
this free-milling ore body to ave
rage from $2.50 to, $3 ton."
The other parcel Is on Graves
creek north of Grants Pass and
already has produced more than
$5,000,000 in gold although in
late years operations have fallen
off because conflicting owner
ships made effective operation
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Above Is the French submarine Prometb.ee wnich w ent to the bottom of the English Channel off Cher
bourg, France, with 88 officers and men of her c rew. The submarine, one Qr tne newest type, was
tnuWirnnr dirfmr when aha nlnnced to the bottom without vrarnlnjt. Seven of the crew. Includ
ing tliA nk inner. Commander Du MesnlL on deck when the craft foundered, were rescued by a fish
ing vessel. The map shows where the disaster occurred. The submarine is In 150 feet of water about
15 miles from land.
EYE HI RATE
Lower Schedule Here Held
Greatly out of Line;
WASHINGTON. July 12 (AP)
-The new $2,100,000,000 unem
ployment relief bill, modified to
meet some of President Hoover's
objections, was passed tonight by
TIL OF POE TO
START HEXT WEEK
July 20 Agreed Upon; Case
Of Ripley to Follow
Four More Buildings Burn
In Early Morn, Other
Local and State Officers
No Progress Told
SEATTLE, July 12.- (AP)
The grain rates hearings before
the interstate commerce commis
sion here today developed Into a
debate over the Oregon freight
rate structure. The hearing was
H. E. Lounsbury, general
freight agent of the Union Pac
lfic system, submitted exhibits
proposing a new schedule of In
terstate rates In Oregon, ZO per
The bill was passed amid a I Trial of Dupree Poe. one of the
chorus of "ayes" without a record alleged slayers of Night watch
vote. man Iverson of Silverton, was
Riding the crest of strong bl- definitely set for Wednesday,
partisan support, the gigantic bill July 20, yesterday by Judge
was pushed through with extra- Fred W. Wilson of The Dalles,
ordinary speed. It is to be consid- Immediately following the trial
ered by the house tomorrow. I of Poe. Ripley will be tried for I fires were . of Incendiary origin.
DALLAS. July 12 (Special)
Residents of Dallas were again
awakened la the early hours of
this morning to learn that the ac
tivities of an unknown firebug
had destroyed four more build
ings la the southeast section of
town. Fire broke out almost
simultaneously in a house at 201
Ash street, occupied by a Mr.
Crawford, and a barn In the same
block, owned by Gus Bowman,
The alarm was turned in about
1:46 when neighbors noticed the
The house was practically a
total loss with very little saved.
Mr. Crawford managed to save his
car and a horse from a nearby
building which caught fire and
was destroyed with all Its contents
as was another building on an ad
The fires were all In the same
block as the vacant house which
was set fire Sunday night and
which was damaged to the extent
of about $100. It was estimated
early today that the damage from
Monday night's fires would be
well in excess of $2000.
Officers Report no
Progress on Case
Local and state officials were
Investigating the fires today but
made little headway in finding
the guilty person or persons. Fire
men found evidence at the scene
of the fires, both Sunday and last
night, which showed that the
Choice Beeves Pass Nine Dollar Mark;'Millions
Added to Values on Farms; Observers see
Most Hopeful Sign in Many Months
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OMAHA, Neb., July 12. (AP) Quickened steps of
bustling cattlemen in the chutes at Omaha's rambling
union stockyards reflected the manner in which recent sub
stantial jains in the price of cattle and hogs are being
received throughout the agricultural belt;
Chief interest was centered In the still mounting cattle
- Q"', which today brought still
another new top for me monin as
To 2 Years For
DALLAS, July 12 (8peclal)
Roy Reynolds of Salem and Lyle
Pagenkoft of Independence were
given two years each In the state
pententlary when they appeared
before Judge ArUe Walker this af
ternoon and plead guilty to
charge of attempting to break In
to the J. C. Penney store at Inde
pendence. Both were taken to the
penitentiary late this afternoon by
Ransom Drake was arrested
Monday on a non-support charge
and is In the county jail here
awaiting hearing In justice court.
choice beeves commanded $1.
a startling contrast with the mea
ger prices of two months ago.
Market observers estimated the
rise of the past two weeks had
hoisted the value of cattle and
bogs on Nebraska farms more
Ralph Budd, president of the
Burlington railroad, declared "No.
other thing that has happened
since the depression began has
heartened me so much as the con
tinued rise In livestock prices.
"Unquestionably the rise In
commodity prices,' he added.
would be the surest way out of
the depression. It forms such
sound foundation. If commodity
prices go up, then the purchasing
power of the! farmer wUl be re
stored. After all, the rest'ot the
country cannot be restored until
the farmer has purchasing power."
Dr. Stephen I. Miller of New
York, director of economies for
R. O. Dun Co., who with Mr.
Budd was a luncheon guest of the
Omaha chamber of commerce.
estimated the recent upturns has
Plenty of Names Prior to the
Robbery; he Declares;
Had Around 27,000 Jury 4
S.J AUI.I..J nAAA4 '
Later, Asserted !
"Stories put out by opponents'
of the college-university :
that the Tobbery In Portias!
July 4 was a hoax hatched far
the purpose of covering failure to
get enough names, is a willful
misrepresentation of facts." de
clared Henry Zorn, president sf
the Marlon County Taxpayers
league here last night after kks
return from Portland. Zorn wtth
John Ram a re. league mesnber
from Wood burn, testified at
length to the district attorney
Monday concerning their knew
ledge of the petition theft and Ue
circumstances surrounding K.
"We had more than enough
names stolen to put the measoro
on tne ballot," Zorn declare.
'Onr total count up to July 4
was over 17.000." Zorn said ae
had told the district attorney ta
Portland that the league's Port
land offlee had wired every
county clerk In the state, askiaa:
for facts on the number of names
certified up to July 4 on petttloas
approved by the supreme court.
Zorn said a total of 25.144 nanus.
had been reported by the county
probably added $75,000,000 to the! clerks as dnlv certified an to
vaiue oi isrm noiamgs.
It carries the same general pro- first degree murder in the same
visions as the bill vetoed by Presl- case. Frank Manning, third mem-
dent Hoover yesterday, with tne ber of the trio said to have at-
exceptlon of the clause providing tacked and slain Iverson. pleaded
for loans to individuals. guilty Monday to second degree
Adnntlon of the biU by the mnrder and he will not be sen-
cent h!ghemhnthos ordered house will clear the way for ad-jtenced until the trials of the
by the I. C. C. Represetatives for journment of the long session of other men are completed
Nearby neighbors reported that
they saw two men near the scene
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the carriers previously ihad sub
mitted a similar set of tariffs
for Washington, Idaho and Mon
Attorneys contended the low-
GRAFT AT ANGELUS
TEMPLE IS PROBED
ered interstate rates, iput into
effect by the Oregon state com
mission, presented a striking
contract with Interstate rates.
which went back to normal when
the reduction ordered by the
I. C. C. was cancelled by the
A uniform basis for grain rates
in intra and Interstate) shipping
was demanded by the shippers
LOS ANGELES. Jnlv IS. and carriers earlier in the day.
(AP) The Examiner In a I Charles M. Thomas of the
eonvrirhted ttorr tonteht mlit lOrpeon utilities commission, re-
that "amating charges of petty plied that the I. C. c. never naa
graft and charity, racketeering given the state commission a
in Almee Semnle McPherson definite pattern on which to base
Hntton's Anzelu temnU will ha its intrastate shipping rates.
presented to the City Social Ser-1 The carriers' request wouia ro-
KnmmUafnn at fh Mtv hall I unit If rranted. in abOUt a
tomorrow." per cent increase aoove me
The article state it was charg-listing sates.
ed that supplies from the temple s
h. ( Kon .M
tUIUUlUBAt UAU WVTOU OU1U IU f i m
buy parts for a liquor still, and Is art Mm tf NPPCl
hot artlolaa Annatail in fh mm- I "
missary were converted to the TVan WfflTOnC TO
of the evangelist s husband.
Mrs. Hutton herself, the Ex
aminer continued. Is pushing a
"general house cleaning" at the
temple as she recovers slowly
from a serious illness, aggra
vated by the Injury suffered
Saturday night when she fainted
on learning that her husband
had lost a breach of promise
suit brought by- - Myrtle St.
In response to a demand by
the board of elders of the temple.
Mrs. Hutton late today suspended
Roy E. Watkins, an employe
who served as an Investigator for
Hutton before and during the
SL Pierre trial. The elders af
firmed their faith In Hutton, but
mentioned "an accumulation of
events over the past year,"
reason for Watkins', discharge.
S3 WISE APPROl
Judge Wilson gave consider
ation to the request of Paul
Burrls, Poe's attorney, for an
extension of the trial date. Bur
rls later withdrew his motion and
consented to have the trial set
for next week. He did request
the court to order the district
attorney's office to turn over to
him copier of all statements or
confessions made by Manning in
connection with the Silverton
WASHINGTON. July 12 (AP)
Scores of bonus marchers set
tled upon the grass of the capitol
crounds and slept tonight to bring
more forcibly to the attention of
congress their contention of the
necessity for immediate payment
of. the bonus to needy veterans.
police had refused them permis
sion to bring bedding Into the cap
itol grounds and set up a camp
Roy W. Robertson, their leader.
naa passea aiong ine ponce in-
UOVemOr UlVeS Financially grass. But as the hours passed
Cmk..n.. An ie scores of men separated from the
uMucuiasicu uwiicii iy main rroun of several hundred
T7 A Of OT T riTTTC Til TH1w 1
Night Vigil IS Latest (AP) With steers crossing the
99 mark, the nlgnest cattle prices
of the year were registered today
at the National stockyards.
A choice drove of 1250-pound
Herefords fed In Wyoming
brought 9.25. All steers were 25
cents higher for the day and corn
fed kinds reflected an advance of
$2 In six weeks.
Move; Bedding Refused
But men Doze off
More Days of Grace
17!w &nelA .-.Uil.i.
Adoption by the Oregon state murder case. The Judge took Bur- torium on entorcement of the
highway commission of a wage nr ,mouon unoer -7-"- auto license law for 15 day.
July 4. Zorn estimated that there
were over 2000 names in coun
ties that kept no records.
Many Names Obtained
Following July 4
A checkup by telegram with
county clerks in the state ea
names verified between July S
and July 7 Inclusive showed 2l.r
993 names secured during that
period, Zorn added. These names
with the 4500 not stolen as4
2000 estimated as sent from tka
counties where clerks kept so
record of verifications, made ip
the 29,000 filed by July T. The
names did not include those stol
"The state is being flooded
with newspaper propaganda that
the robbery was a fake hatched
by proponents of the measure to
hide their failure to get enough
names and to work up indigna-
A I A t a -A f SB)
The state supreme court In an "on Ior. .81 .ina.t? r,T
nlfinn fc.nrfaA Atwn I... Tmu. i Orn Siaieu Uigni. nSVO 01
and sprawled sleeping under the day denied a motion field by J. 8. 'ered ntlre lUt of telegranu
bright lights that beat down from Moltiner, ex-president of the
the capitol. Guardian Building and Loan aa-
Robertson, commanding a sociatlon in Portland, asking for
group from California, caiiea tne dismissal of rour Indictments
upon his men to keep an all night I charging him with the crime of
scale of SO cents an hour, oasea "tX." eek. mor WM announced yesterday Tign to emphasise their demands unlawfully loaning funds of a
on six hours a day, tor state high- .SL0' f Harry Erneldlng alias T 0Ternor Julius L. Meier, who to congress. Building and Loan association
way relief operation, has receiv- Trial of Harry Erpeingwas at $amft xon can't lay down on the without security,
ed approval of the federal bureau K'SKi EddTl moratorium could tot be extended grass." he said, "but if a man is The opinion was written by
et public roads, Senator McNary Sfi t-.jii..i .fta th beyond August 1 due to the t,rmA -.BOT,rh be cm .ln stand- Justice Kelly, and affirmed the
telegraphed governor Meier yes-
"The program Is In line with
federal plans for the Pacific
northwest region and other re
gions where conditions are simi
lar, McNarys telegram read.
Senator McNary's telegram was
In response to a message sent by
Governor Meier Monday advising
him of the wage and hour scale
adopted by the Oregon State high
way commission, i .
Meanwhile county e o u r t s
0f "2L!T I-f -P. We'll .tay here.;
or declared he would not call a
special session of the legislature
to consider motor vehicle legislation.
'Regardless of the fact that
members of the legislature might
be willing to serve without com
pensation, the session would en-
ioui au unnecessary expense on i m .
taxpayers," the governor's state- AnnUal UUtClOOr
A special session of the legls
During the evening the Califor
nia men were joined by others
from Ohio, Michigan and several
other states, but there was no
apparent move by the rest of the
bonus marchers In the city to en
ter the picketing ranks.
Mrs. Lllla M. Bowen was elect-
. i AVa OiiIam TmOI
. .i Meanwniie county eounsiea secrry m - . -
Pit PrfltffrtflT .vr.v... .v. ..a T..h, munril at Its meeting llature to work out some way
""-VI kJw-. uuuusuvut v j,.,..... tinh. mntnr ahfo1 llo.na.
surprise at the rate lnasmucn as it xuesaay nignu - - h. m Bw
is more than any county Is paying 'm ne aa.em .V" .t
Roosevelt battle for thei presiden
cy is focusing attention of cam
paign directors on the economics
of the contest.
In 1928 the two parties spent a
total of $14,500,000
both sides plan '
smaller war chests.
Will Open Soon
The Initial band concert of the
summer concert season will be
decree of Judge W. A. Ekwall
of the Multnomah county circuit
court. Judge Ekwall held against
Moltiner based his motion on
the failure of the Multnomah
county circuit court to set his
trial during the first term of
court following return of the in
Earl E. FlUwater was Indicted
Jointly with Moltiner, but his
ease previously was disposed of
in the lower court.
from the county clerks te ta
DMft lit Pnrflaa1 anI thaa AlA
not properly use the Informs- j
tlon," Zorn said he urged tao
district attorney's office la Port
land to give out all the facts'
concerning the number of petl- -u
Source of Funds
Zorn said he and Ramage were -questioned
about the source sf
the money behind the merger i
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NEW YORK. July lCAP)- a- t H. W. Hale of tte installments w . first ; eted
e need of raising at least $10.- daT tn . 180 for eight hours paid Carpenters' union. uH,le- J " ' 1 L
0.000 to conduct th? Hoover- ln many , Tho S. im councu .'-.5 hald next Tuesdsy night in Will-
msmusri w i - i n.,v tA4 rkai
part in the organisation h mmar fhe cone7r7.
L"!? f."?.,??1 "C: M tan long been a popular fea-
IS CHIEF OF ELKS
BIRMINGHAM, AU., July H
(AP) Floyd E. Thompson.
former Illinois ' supreme court
justice was elected grand exalt
ed ruler of the grand lodge of
Elks today. He succeeds John R.
Coen of Sterling. "Colo.
Milwaukee won the ,1933 con
vention. - -f.
Other officers chosen were: J.
Edgar Masters, Charleroi, Pa.,
re-elected grand secretary; Lloyd
Maxwell, -Marshalltown; r Iowa,
elevated from the office of grand
treasurer to grand trustee:.
James J. Duffy. Providence, R. I-.
grand - secretary; " Charles E.
Brought on, Sheboygan. Wis.,
grand esteemed leading knight;
William H.? Harsh, Columbia, 8.
C, grand esteemed loyal knight:
Clarence Friedman, Memphis,
grand esteem lecturing knight;
Henry Schock, Oneida, N.
errand tiler; and Edward O. Had
ley, Casper, Wyo grand. Inner
cf in. ww nnrkurvs - I mAtinr
TILLAMOOK, Ore.. July 12. "Unemployed roaucers ia- ture of the summer In Salem. On
be nem J-Tiaay ai iB.ru. cu.u thA Waite foun-
tian plays, with varicolored il
lumination on the waters; and
larre crowds are attracted to
the park by the music and the
it u ernected there wm ne
Upon U. S. Debt
IIDt TtnWr Allan nVahUlinni I a-n " tn
This time 10. son of J. Treblehorn, feU into Salem chamber of commerce, ac- pnt Into operation legally
considerably I Lake Lytle today and was drown
ed. He had been fishing.
Lions Convention Opens
Espee Agent is Slagged
, , Streets May Get Dirty
Seek to Aid Irrigation
cordlna- to Frank P. . Marshall,
business representative of tne
Salem Building Trades council.
Otto R. Hartwig, member or
the industrial accident commis
sion, and former president or
the state federation of labor, was
scheduled to appear last night as
a speaker, but commission bus-
lnesi which will take him on a
trip of two weeks to eastern Ore-
WASHINGTON, July 12 (AP)
i Approval of the senate was
placed today on the homo waa
bank bill, last of the administra
tion's emergency plans for econ
Without a record vote, mem
bers passed the measure settiag
up a permanent banking system tat
LONDON. July 12. (AP) aid the home owner and sent It U
With an eye to the storm of eritl- I conference with the house for ad
ctsm aroused In Washington, the I jnstments on senatorial revisions
British government today denied to the bill which the nous se
ttle Lausannel agreement, which I nroved some weeks ago.
virtually ends German reparations, Attached to it was the Glass
wss based on any secret Angio-1 currency expansion measure, saaa-
. " YV rf .TT ...Y. ,.;,h American understanding that the iBC $99S.000.000 ln federal bo&As
l concerw ib i .. . vnnM ,nt nr raneel I v. v. .i K..V. .llala a.
the exact number has not dcch i ;
AT KLA5IATH FALLS
KLAMATH FALLS. , Ore., July
It rf AP) Delegates from all
parts of the state were 'gathering
here tonight tor tne annual ure
gon state Lions convention. .
About 75 had arrived tonight
In a caravan from Bend. Repre
sentatives from coast cities wiu
register tomorrow. I
.The convention opened tonight
with registration and dance.
PORTLAND, . Ore., July 12
t API W.' E. McBride,! 53, night
agent at the Southern Pacific de
pot here suffered a possible skull
frAtnM in an attack dv an un
identified man tonight; HosplUl
attendants said his condition was
iThe attacker, nolice Were told.
entered the depot and without
warninar beat McBride! over the
head with an Iron bar.j
'. EOTJIPMENT BUBXS
ROSEBURG, OTOv, July; 12.
zip) A two-storv frame barn,
used ' as headquarters! for " the
city's department, and all of the
Ht'i street-cleantag eauipment
were destroyed by firei early to
day. The loss waa estimated at
14 Ith. ,.--1 M mm A. M Va
gon?mad it necessary, to cancel Mutaal
his engagement here. - . tlon . th fe. of the
w WkJSSL. JfnTr f the "-oclaUon last jilght the old
speak at the next meeUng of the of dlrectQrfc relw.t6d.
council. Tf .nn,.nau r Wlla.
3:JLJ k O. Clement; J. C. Perry. L H.
Officials believed the fire was
started by persons attempting to
steal gasoline. Numerous explo
sions of fuel drums threw embers sergeant-at-arms for the eoiinclLjy-g1' HeTtl.' Ralph
to an parts oi tne city.
Solution of School Band
Issue Likely, Announced
held by national banks, eligible
security tor the Issuance of cr
This plan was accepted at the
request of Senator Borah (&,
Idaho), who contended Increasing:
the volume of currency was aeo
esssry to lift commodity price lev
" CONFERENCE CALLED
PORTLAND, Ore., July 12,
(AP)-Federal aid will .be sought
for physical . rehabilitation and
tor maintenance of a number of
Irrigation districts in ' Oregon.
Washington, Montana and Idaho.
With ; that object in ; view a
group of 'men prominent in fl-
Cooley and A. ' A.- Lee. Officers
will be elected by, the board at
its organisation meeting.
' Renorts for the last six months
were read and met wflh approval
Not Giiiltv on
r. . i - I of stockholders. - Dividends were r to
f LWUOr Charge declared - at the rate of 4 per gjt
w. Ow lrnt r -innnm with additional in!L ,
cent per 'annum with additional
sums reserved for undivided pro-
nar.T.AS. lulv li rsneciall fits and contingencies.
A solution ln keeping with the
district's economy program and
yet satisfactory from an instruc
tion standpoint will probably be
worked out shortly to replace the
hand instruction wiped out when
the board failed to rehire E. R
that position or to open
to another man.
That intimation was given by
school directors last night to a
, , v V , I ludze Arlie G. Walker submit-1 lam association opersini on
nance, Irrigation and Uur tel thl iie mBto PJn of T,n
al development met here today to
formulate plans. Tney. announcea i .C7-V.i aS lata, I ' :
a conference bad been arranged fT..':?'.0!1! Lr-
tt'J verdW of n'ot gumy.' MlrM UerV UO!7V2CtS
I 4t,nlnii. headed by Mrs.
The association operates on the r. wB,,h .Bt).ared be
fore the board to urge retenUon
of the department and of E. R.
Tutrrv aa eonduetor. '
Mrs. Barkus nresented a peti
tion with 200 signatures urging
n Pficrtn K371 that the handglasses be relnsUted
f-'J enitural grounds: because the
' - . . - " ; . I aohnAi hand is an asset to the city;
JOIU5T. in.. W-"-' r'uo because parenU have
ney Barnhart proeecuting. i ior quesuonmg aooai a i enrolled ln the
Barnhart- made no statement fire which for - a time today Ann o have roronea m wt.
. au..-. I - - . . - ... ... i . . . . o. . i nana ior ins du 3 c -v.
EUGENE,- Ore ' July l2(AP) concerning the-cispositionor. uie mreaienea n n w o-m- - z-.r - Mtnilr di8cnBslon
-Fif teen ?f Ires all allegedly other two case " wnicn sen P"W- tTnrnuhed. that followed presentation of the
man. made,- vere reportea mw. J"":.T r.tr. fI f Mlowed riemonstration by con-
suisiaw nauonai wrwi m ,w. Ar f nod I board pointed out mat tne sma
said an announcement from toe was to bo - tried separately t on jvicta agaln the quaUty of food Ja m bga omitted pri
marily as an economy measure.
but also to release perry, wno ad
mitted to board members that ha
had received I commission on in
struments sold to students.
Matter of the commissions was
J. T. UlrJch, local realtor and
president et the Northwest Real
Estate association, was informed
of the Home Loan bill's passage
ln a wire from Senator 8telwer.
The rea estate association had
.a .V . wm a a f
brought to light early -; P"grttw StiZ
and it the board could have done 1UTtag u W01ll4 UailUU
" "e"".",v'r. es in general aa well as realty ,
in id" airccvwrsuiy i activity.
inaicaiea. ' i
Mr a. Barkus stated she 'had
found Derry repaid the commis
sion of fit a soon as he learn ea
It wss contrary to school policy
to accept it, to which board mem
bers agreed.. . -'-'
. However, OUnger declared the
board to be firm against aueh
practice, in the band or any other
department,,! . T-
Vice President i
Casts His First f I
Vote oi Session i
WASHINGTON, July 11. .
rM v.J iMwimi anoVa tor 1 1 API ' Vice-President Cnrtls l
keeping the department, declaring cast his first vote of the session
-It is a disgrace to a town the today on a minor amendment te
.lie of-Salem not to have a flne the HomeU)an Banking
schrol band.i and. pointing td the On a rising-vote, the count
roofUaSnvetoaband,She stood 10senator. on each side
urged that the matter of tnstree- so Curtis nounced wtt a. a
tor be one for the bosrd alone to ehuckle and amid .
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efilee of gaperrisoy Shelley. each tharge.
page S, aoL l). 'agreed to."