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The OREGON STATESMAN. Satcm. Oregon, Satnrday Mornimr. July 23. 1932
POE SHOT mi
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Mid he would lilt Irerson with a
wrench, Manning averred.
rWhen . Buck Poo said 'Put
'em up'l was scared stiff." Main
nlng declared, "Then I saw -Bob
with the wrench and X thought
he would only hit Mr." Irersoa.
Manning testified that he did not
see Poe shoot hat knew that he
did because of his position, the
gun used and the fact that Ripley
- - was not armed.
x Girl Asserts Poe , -
' Was With Others
preceding Manning's testimony,
Viola Ripley, 18-year-old sister ot
- Robert Ripley, bad told about her
- retom home after school May 1,
im. She identified - Poe r and
Manning as visitors at her home
st that time. She admitted seeing
the mixture ot dynamite stirred
and said she had overheard the
soys mention the name ot "Silver
ton.- I ! : - s '. - t
After Manning had 'concluded
his testimony. Sheriff Oscar Bow
er identified the two rifles used in
the crime, found In accordance
with the directions glen by Man
. ning. R. II. Craddock of Portland,
expert in ballistics, identified the
bullet which killed Iverson as one
- coming from the gun . in court.
Luke S. May, Seattle erimlnolo-
gist, Introduced proof from fin
gerprints that Manning had been
riding in the car which was picked
up at The Dalles after it was de
serted by Ripley,, Poe and Man
ning. T. II. Thomas of Stayton
.was on the stand as court closed
for the day, to testify that a rifle
tike the one Poe used had been
. 'stolen from his place about April
State Will Rest
Poe May Testify
, Court will be resumed this
' morning at 8 o'clock, Judge Fred
W. Wilson seeking to get as much
work out ot the way as possible
before the heat Is intense. Paul
Kreier, now in the state peniten
tiary, will take the stand for the
state to tell how he was "tipped
off" by Ripley about the crime.
Sam Burkhardt, deputy sheriff
and F. K. Dudley, state police offi
cer, are also to testify after which
the state will rest its direct case.
( It was indicated yesterday that
Poe; would take the stand in his
own defense. His counsel has not
indicated the strategy of the de
fense but it is expected Poe will
attempt to establsih an alibi.
Cross-examination of Manning by
Paul Burrls, chief defense counsel,
indicated yesterday that the de
. tense may seek to prove that Ed
ward Ripley, father of Robert
Ripley, accompanied his son and
Manning to the murder spot and
that Poe was not there.
The ease will not go to the jury
until Monday or early Tuesday.
I 1 FLIES
' SEYDISFJOERDUR, Iceland,
July 22 (AP) Captain Wolf
rahr von Gronau. who for the
- third time Is flying the Atlantic by
stages over the northern route,
landed In this east shore town to
night from the island ot Sylt, Ger
many, exactly 10 hours after his
Shortage of fuel made It neces
f sary tor him to stop here Instead
ot continuing on to Reykjavik,
Iceland's capital, which is 250
miles away on the west coast of
Fog also was a difficulty in the
flight from Germany. Visibility
being poor all along the Icelandic
coast. The weather was generally
calm although there was a fairly
strong southerly wind when . he
landed here. "
The airman, bound for Chicago
with three companions, planned to
remain here overnight. After tak
ing on a new supply of fuel he will
proceed to Reykjavik In the morn
ing lit the weather Is favorable.
In Federal Tax
;"- Payments Seen
WASHINGTON, July. 21
(AP)-rA decrease of 1870, 4S1,
711 ia taxes collected by the gov
ernment in the 1932 fiscal year
ending last June 30, was shown
today tn a statement Issued by the
internal revenue bureau. --
The largest drop was contribu
ted by Income taxes. They fell
1 803,39 3,7 M, as compared with
. the previous year. The tobacco
tax decreased $45,97,834 and the
stamp taxes were 112,042.910 less
(has s year ago.
There was one fatality ia Oro
ton due to Industrial accidents
sria j the week ending July 21,
i seeordiag to a report prepared by
. the State Industrial Aecideat
Klamath fh. m. . .
i . There were aik u..i.
ported to the commission during
TORTLAND. Ore.. July 22
'(AP) John J. -Nolan .
with attentDtlnr tn irtH n
from Porter W. Yett. Portland
. contraetor, was acquitted by a
i urcun, couri jury nero tonight.
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.' IRISH TARIFF VOTED
- -DUBLIN. July 22. AP-
, the dall eireann in special ses
sion tonight adopted the govern
ment's emercency tariff hilt und
thus armed the Free State for
economic war with Greet Brltlsn
Too Late to Classify
.... . . . r -nrnjnjt
tire and Unr tub
, In downtown district.
WH district. - Flndp mN
to ran s
OWN COOKING I
O 1 ' 11 -o
V- - -- ' i MSsTirntTiaTTiTi' n i r nurr j : ) j
Made when the Myth II put Into
Marblehead, Mass, this fin close
up shows Governor Franklin D.
Roosevelt, Democratic Presidential
candidate, enjoying a tasty bit of
luncheon some of ais own cooking.
The Governor received a terrific
ovation from about 60,000 New
England admirers when he finished
bis holiday . cruise at Hampton
Beach, N. H.
WASHINGTON, July 22. -(AP)
Members ot the bonus
army living in a shantv-town.
along Pennsylvania avenue were
given a new temoorarv leasa on
their crude homes today by the
insmct or Columbia commis
sioners, who rescinded previous
orders to clear the area by mid
night. Instruction to postpone the
eviction were given to Pelham D.
Glassford, superintendent of po
nce, tn an order which said the
action was being delayed "on ac
count of certain possible legal
Previously Glassford had in
formed leaders of the bonus seek
ing veterans thev most clear ant
and had received defiant refusal
The commissioners tooV ac
tion after conferences with niasH-
lord. Colonel U. S. Grant, direct
or of public parks and buildings,
ana other federal officials. There
were Indications it mieht ha
necessary to obtain court orders
before proceeding with the ev
acuation. Chinese Troops
Sent to Resist
NANKING. Jnlv 22 f APL
The Chinese government was re
ported todav to have ordered mnh.
illzatloa ot strong forces to pro
tect the province of Jehol from
Japanese invasion, and to have de
cided on a policy of "armed re
sistance without neglecting diplo
Protests were lodged with the
League ot Nations and with the
Japanese military authorities
said the intention was to rescue
GonshlTo Ishimoto, a former Jap
anese army officer who had been
captured by Jehol troops,
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Set For Hearing
BERLIN. Jnlr 22 t API Tn.
morrow the German supreme
court will hear arguments in
Prussia's appeal against the oust
ing of its cabinet by President von
xiiaenourg and the Von Papen
Even among the protestants
there appeared to be an agree
ment that the federal government
was within its rights tn declaring
martial Jaw for Berlin and the
province ot Brandenburg, but they
quesuoa wneiner the federal au
thorities Can leeillv i.trfero tn
the Internal government of a state
le me extent of supplanting Its
WHAT OTHER BTJTLDEfGS?
EUGENE. Ore;. July 22 f APV
The community church build
ing, me uas reuows' hall, and a
residence were destmyAd tiv flra
today at Walterville. A strong
wind for a - time threatened , to
carry the tire to other buildings.
"MEN OF CHANCE"
SUNDAY - MONDAY- - TUESDAY
4 Hit' ' t
II I V Dmlzrr I
ft LAST ill
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M TODAY IH
COiTvlCT DE GHACE
il FRAUD CliARGE
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with Carl H. Johnson, president
of the bancorporatlon, on a
charge of Inducing persons to
inevst in stock of the bancor
poratlon on the alleged - misrep
resentation that the stock pur
chased was sound and , protected
as a savings , and loan i invest
ment. Johnson, who " Is to go 'on
trial la September, today was
served iwith two' new ; warrants
based en secret tndictments . re
turned July 11. One eharges em-
bezsiement or lf from the
Prudential 8avtnga and Loan as
sociation. Jointly with Peter
Damskov, property manager of
(he loan association, and the
other charges a further alleged
scheme to defraud in the sale ot
The DeGrace case was one ot
a number which have resulted
from Investigations conducted by
the state corporation department
since James Mott of Salem be
came commissioner. Others have
Included the Empire Holding cor
poration cases which were taken
up by Marion county officials.
Here 23 Years
Funeral services for -Gottlieb
Roth, 67, who died here Thurs
day, will . be held this afternoon
at 1:30 o'clock from the chapel
of W. T. Rlgdon and Sons, with
Rev. Fletcher Galloway ot the
Nazarene church officiating and
with Interment in the Lee" Mis
Mr. Roth was born in Ger
many February 4, 1865, and
came to this country In 1S92,
settling first in Illinois. He was
married to Bertha Prehm May
e, 1895, and October 18, 1909,
the family came to Salem, lining
here until 1911 when he moved
onto a farm at Bethel, living
there until 1913 when he moved
to the present home on route
Harry M. Hawkins of Kalem.
has been elected president of the
Commonwealth Trust and Title
company ot Portland, It was an
nounced late Thursday follow.
ing a directors' meeting In Port-
iana. uawuns, formerly vice
president of the company, suc
ceeds R. . Strong, resigned.
tiaw Kins retains his local inter
ests in the firm ot Hawkins and
Roberts but Is devoting nearly
all his time to the Portland firm,
which handles titles, insurance,
abstract, and trust business as
well as owns the reserve stock
of the Equitable Savings and
Mickey Mouse Club
Meets Today, 1 P. BL, at
BUSS ZELMA LUTNY
Barbara Barnes Dance Studio
A 23-MIXUTE REVUE
Snappy and Good
HOME OF ZO0 TALKIES
A Home Owned Theatre -
LAST TIMES TODAY .
Mickey Mouse Matinee
1:30 P. M.
L U P E VELEZ -LEO
Also, Rin-Tin-Tln in
The LIGHTNING WARRIOR
News and Cartoon Comedy
Attend Our 9 o'clock Show
and Remain for ',
with Miriam HopUaa, Phillips i
Holmes, Wynne Gibsea end
, StMrt-Erwta -
COiaSG SUNDAY, BtOXDAT
; Coatlnaoas Performance
I Sunday, a to 11 P. M.
Slatlnee Monday and Tuesday, j
a p. m.
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THE PICTURE TKKIIOIO 1
By OLIVE fll. POAB
Today Ricardo Cortes In
fMen ot Chance.- ' f
WARNER BROS. ELSDSORE
Today- Warner Baxter. In
I "Amateur Daddy.? ? i s
J THE HOLLYWOOD - ;
Today -Lupe Veles tn The
The advance box office ticket
sale for reserved seats -4 for all
showings of "Grand Hotel" will
open Saturday at the box office
ot the Elsinore theatre. The road
show presentation of the much
heralded film will take place
Wednesday and Thursday of next
week with showings twice dally.
Matinees will be at 2:30 o'clock
and evening shows will be at 8: SO
o'clock. Advance man orders are
now being received for tickets
for all performances.
Greta Garbo, John Barrymore,
Joan Crawford, Wallace Beery,
Lionel Barrymore, Lewis Stone
and Jean Hersholt head, a cast
which Is acknowledged to be the
most remsrkable ever seen In any
one motion picture to date.
Press and public alike have
voiced their hearty approval of
"Grand Hotel" In cities where the
film has already shown.
The local engagement will be a
gala affair and one of the high
lights in Salem's theatrical sea
Z CTafgr A
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EVENING POST stery
' "w V ... FANNY WATSON and THELMA WHITE tn
New Low Price
1 75 c
Rubber Heels both mens
We use only, the finest material and offer '.you expert
i workmanship. Do not be mislead this is equal to any
work in the City at Any Price, "
son.'-according to plans now tin
der way. : - . . ..
Prior to. its being made Into a
talking . picture "Grand Hotel"
won international ; fame both as
a' book and as a play. It is said
that more than 1,00 .000-people
have read the novel. On the stage
it was an unrivaled bit, playing a
fall season la New York, London,
Paris and Berlin.
Teachers? Ranks C
Licensed to Wed)
. ' Marrige may . depopulate the
ranks of school' teachers If con
plea from that profession continue
te seek altar licenses at the coun
ty elsrkfs offices. Yesterday out of
six persons receiving licenses, lo
cally, three, were teachers by pro
fession. Licenses granted were:
Elmer Morley. legal, Shaw, a
farmer, to Andreyann Seetey, le
gal, Salem techer.
O. L. Hanklns, 27, Corvallis, a
teacher to Bernardino Faller, IS,
Lebanon, a pharmacist.
Cornelius L. Jannssen, 21. Kla
math Falls, a farmer, to Emma L.
Evns, 28, Aurora, a teacher.
Grand Master Visits .
" Odd Fellows Tonight
SILVERTON, July 22 Silver j
Lodge No. 21 ot the Odd Pel I
lows order will hold its Installa
tion of officers Saturday night,
July 23. The grand master, R.
H. Jones of Prinevllle, will make
his official visit to the lodge at
that time. He will also set as
installing officer. The Rebekahs
will join with the Odd Fellows
In the evening's social hour.
LAST TIMES TODAY!
A PICTURE TO MAKE
HEARTS HAPPIER and
7 ous Talents!
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"IN THE FAMILY
. . . Bnapshot .... News
Full Soles and Heels
PLAY IS RELISHED
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acts. Nothing more thaa a skit,
yet it had the effect ot breaking
the wait between acts and also
gave the audlaaee come heart
laughs. - This ts a feature to be
Stressed by the Dufwlns la their
forthcoming stage stodaetlons, ae
eordlag U Ked Lynch who thatted
with the audience for a few min
utes between acts.
Pass up Report
All btannlil : nuuirfa a
aeparuneuts,- other thaa those
esoiuieir necessary for consid
eration of the lerhlitar. will
be eliminated this year. Henry
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the state; a large ! amount of
money, v ' . 1. : S . ; .
Records show that the biennial
report of the state utilities com
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Foster is Loser
Upon His Appeal :
1 To HigheCourt
The state supreme court Fri
day handed down an -opinion af
flrmlag the decree of Judge O. M.
Corklns of Lake county In. the
ease of Ralph roster,! who Is un
der three years penitentiary sen
tence for larceny ot livestock. The
lower court held against Foster.
. The crime of which Foster was
convicted ' occurred la - March,
lfll. The opinion was written by
Chief Justice Bean. Foster ts a
rancher, and has lived in Lake
county tor many years;
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I Picnic on Sunday
Sunday afternoon 'the mem ben
of " Christ 'Lutheran church aa
Sunday school will hold their an
nual pkale at Hagers gTOve. Thi
teachers of Ue Sunday sehool art
the committee for games , am
stunta. Members ot the transpor
tation committee are Ulss Marthi
Battermaa, Leonard Zamzow an
Rer. lllaneman. .
The Lather league will hav
charge ot the refreshments witl
Ulss Edna Henne la charge. Mem
bers ot the Dorcas society wlU
serve at the tables. Pot-luck Iuncs
will be served at noon and la th
evening, - eaeh ' ot the memben
briaglng Something for the luncbr
A baseball game with Peace Lu-
iner league u scneauiea xor ins
afternoon. Races and competitions
of all lorts.will be a .eature ot
the entertainment for the after
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