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Tht OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon. Thnrsday Morning, October 27 1932
IS LOSER 01
Boyer Mandamus is Refused
By Supreme Court, Vote
J Now Impossible '
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bystste law was a mandatory, not
a director, order to the county
court. The higher court also held
- that while the state constitution
permits a city to proTide Its own
retirements . for the - Initiative
L and referendum, tn the mandamus
action against Boyer, proponents
the state's requirements tor an
, lnltlatlre vote and therefore were
bound by state law. '
Late, Impossible to
Carry Oat Law, Held "-'I
Justice Rani wrote the decl
.. sion. The case was argued Tues
day; The court declared i "To pre
sent xeatter off this kind at the
very last moment and to expect
in Immediate decision Is not an
orderly way for the, hearing of
crfses and would not haTe been in
. .dulsed by the court in either of
said eases but for the great public
interest .involved and the. state
ment of counsel that, unless the
. '. matters could be "heard and de-
welded -Immediately, it would then
7 be too latv'. - ... 1
"The court pointed out that were
Boyer to accept the water repeal
Issue mew it would be a practical
Impossibility to carry out the ab-
. a a .
sent voxera law wmca presences
that an these ballots must be cast
, and back In the county clerk's
hands six days before election.
W ARNER BROS. KLSINORK
Tod ay Joan BlondeU
la VBig City Blues."
, Friday Robert Montgomery e
la "Blondls of the Fol-
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' THE GRAND "
Today Douglas Fair-
banks. Jr.; Is "Lore is a
Racket,- . -..
&:ir - .....
V .HOLLYWOOD -
Today Regis Toomey
in 'The Midnight Patrol."
FridayTom Mix In "The
Texas Bad Um " ......
'IQ1B men DI
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or Frans. 173, San Diego, In the
Lao Newman. 190. White
Plains, N. won the three-round
opener from Ronald Blake. Los
Angeles, with one xau.
' High, dives out of the ring aro
nothing new In the life of Tern
Harrington, who officiates at Sa
lem wrestling bouts as well as
those In Portland. In the Robin
Reed-Henry Jones bout for the
welterwoight championship here
last Fourth of July, Harrington
got la the road of a sonnenberg
and hurtled out of the ring along
with both participants, being in
jured so severely, that a substitute
referee bad to conduct the match
for the next several minutes.
Mops Added to
Li Equipment i r
' "To stimulate our business.
aaid firemen laughingly, a mop
ping service was added to the de-
. partmeat's activities yesterday.
' Four big mops and two roller
mop buckets were added to the
equipment carried on the aerial
truck, tor ase of firemen In min
imising water damage at tires.
Only brooms were carried before.
Mrs. Ella Smith
; Called by Death
Mrs. Ella 3. Smith, 70. died at
the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Ruth B. Will, Wednesday. She
wss the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Dam Way of Currensvttle, Penn,
and came to Oregon In 1920. .
' She Is survived by fire daugh
ters. Mrs. Ruth XL Will, Mrs. Ter
ns Roberts of Salem, Mrs. John
Moss. Mrs. Ralph RyaL Miss Lola
Smith, all of Portland: sons, W,
II. Smith and Lester Smith of
Portland; brothers,' W. A. Way of
Salem and J. A, Way of Craig.
Nebr.; sister Mrs. Martha Way of
Remains are In charge of the
Wilson and Chambers mortuary
tn Portland. ,
By OLIVE M. DOAK
PEACE IS CHID
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ticular difficult time" for culti-
vaUag' International goad ' will.
Stlmsoa continued,, because un
rest and violence had resulted la
many nations from world econom
ic conditions, unstable govern
ments, he said, had been con
fronted with "the temptation to
resort to some demonstrations of
false patriotism to rally behind it
"Sven In our own country, you
hare doubtless been able to no
tice that we have not been free
from some of these excesses of na
tionalistic feeling,- Stlmsoa said.
There has never been a time
whea our political demagogues
thought It more worth while to
declaim, for example, against the
expected machinations of foreign
aeotora. Never has our yellow
press been more extreme fa crit
icising even the most neeessarv
steps toward International coop-
If GIBERS TO
First Annual Meeting Wi!!
Ba Held Here Saturday;
Gehlhar to Speak
Members of tha Oregon Hop
Growers association and their
friends will hold the' first annual
convention of the organisation at
the Marlon hotel oa Saturday
Henry Cornoyar. secretary, an
nounced yesterday. The tnorniag
session will . begin at 10:10
o'clock and the afternoon one at
130 . .. .. , - - - - -s
Director Max Gehlhar of tha
state agricultural department win
give the address of welcome. He
will be followed by Dean W. A.
Schoenfleld of Oregon State col
lege and C V. Kuxek who will
give addresses at the morning
session. Afternoon speakers will
Include Dr. B. N. Bressman of
the state college. J. W. Seavy.
prominent bop man; G. B. Hoer-
ner and C. F. Whitaker, both of
the .state college. T. A. Llvesley
will conclude the convention pro
gram, with, m report on a prodac-j
tion and market survey.
The ladles auxiliary wiH " meet
In the oriental room of the Mar
ton iotel at i o'clock with Mrs.
Louis Lsfhnrund presiding.'
A feature t - the contention
will be a hop contest and exhibit
in the hotel lobby. - -
Convention committees are:
Ladles auxiliary Mrs. J. R.
linn. Mrs. Couley, Mrs. T. A.
Llvesley: reception R. H.1
Woods, B. W. D. Dickson, Stu&rt
Hurd, Harry Hart. Fred Dental,
Fred J. Schwab. Fred Davidson,
Lloyd Plaster, Fred' Hayer. Mrs.
C. E. Weston. Ferdinand Haru
wick, A. F. Everest: registration
J. A. Byres. Phil Isaacson: bop
exhibit and contest 0. F.
Noakes, Bud Stutsman. Phil
Isaacson; banquet and. dance
J. R. Linn, Ross H. Woods, Frans:
NUW YORK. Oct. it f API-
Gains In freight car loadings for
tno week ended October were
announced today by two railroads.
Tiva Fannsvtvania. loaaea sx.iit
cars against IS.CIT the week be
fore. The New York Central re
ported IS.SY0 cars last week com
pared - to iMU tho previous
week. r -crrr w
WASHINGTON. Oct. 21 (AP)
The federal reserve beard tedsyl
reported gains In excess of sea
sonal expectations in factory env-
pmyttent" and payrolls. '
CHICAGO. Oct. It f AP) An
Increase of 48I.SS1 la set rail
way operating Income for Sep
tember 1S3Z over August was re
ported by the Rock Island Unas
today. This la the best monthly:
showing of the Rock, Island since
CHICAGO, Oct. 2 (API-
Charles 8. Toung, official of the
Uslted States Beet Sugar asso-i
elation, today said that or 104
beet-sugar factories tn the United
States 74 would operate this tall
compared to ft last year. - .
Will be Held at
His Early Home
Funeral aervices fro Hart Cl R
Jonnson of Portland, who was
killed in San Antonio. Tx Wort.
nesdav morninr In n infnmn)ill
acciaent, win be held the last of
tne week in Mankato. Minn., hta
boyhood home. His brother, O. F.
jonnson. Salem mereliiiit. lft
With bis Sister-ln-law and hmr fn-nr
eutMren, for Mankato Wednesday
Carl Johnson was a member of
the Masonic lodee although nn
active with the Portland nrnntt.
auon aue to his brief residence
l a ere. He had nrevlonal-r rnnrfrirt.
ed a ladles readT-to-wr hn,.
laess na jsugene.
Besides his widow In PnrM.T,!
and his brother. O. v. Jntinann in
Salem, he is survived by four chil-
ren. janex. a stnnnnt at nn.mi
State college. Wlllard wntntf
- - - " f M..Vbfc CftU
xmerine, an Hvmg at home In
VIENNA, Oct. 26 (AP) Fif
teen students, three Americans,
were Injured today la a political
fight at the anatomical and psy-
siologlcal Institutes of Vienna uni
GUdhrlct Baker Stockton, the
American minister. Immediately
demanded from the government
every possible precaution to safe
guard American citizens. It was
his second protest within a week,
A delegation of American stu
dents, including some of those
who had been hurt, called on Mr.
Stockton to ask that he Intervene.
They told him the total of Ameri
can casualties In the last week
was. five, an American girl also
having been hurt.
Anton Tlntelen, minister of ed
ucation, directed the rector of the
university. Prof. AbeL to take all
precautions to prevent any recur
rence of the trouble.
$1215 Suit Filed
Suit to ffftlleet
axes was MIaA vnatrinr riv ,v .
- WMU Ul
eounty clerk by Nick Lamano
arainst Ami u ...
and Mrs. F. D. Buright. Plaintiff
contends that Marshall wasdtiv
lag a truck, owned by the other
way 12 miles north of Salem Aug
ust 17. 105 rmmmm. . I- ....
and claims that the latter in
stead of pulling to the right.
1 - shui as aw uauili"
no's car. He asks $1000 general
uuisbj na szis special dam-
CHICAGO. Oct. 2C I API Od-
umism over current business con
ditions marked tha veeklv ra.
viewa todav of tha B Q. Dun and
company and the Bradstreet com
pany, jjraastreet said recent gains
were being maintained by trad
tnrougaout virtually an sections
ot too west, too Dun rcf ort
DO In ted to volume of retail aalM
ana the "excellent levels' at ear
leadings as barometers of bus
Good News!.Wb Sffl'M
mm IS TODAY
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DALLAS, Oct. St Deo Caleb
Skopnard. It. died at bis horns In
Dallas, October 24. He was the
son of . Andrew and Clara Shep
hard, Oregon pioneers who cross
ed the plans by ox team tn 1SS2,
locating at SUverton. j ; t j
4 Shepherd waa married la 1ITI
to Sarah Kmlly Card, and the
couple moved to Dallas In IS 19
He Is survived by bis widow;
sons, W. XL Eaephard ef Umatil
la, C. D. hephard of Corral lis:
daughter. Lllllta Guthrie of Dal
las; stepchildren, Thomas James
Card of Dallas. Ktta Msrphy of
Dallas; brother, Newton Shepherd
ot SUverton; ,11 grandchildren
aad seven great grandehndren, -
Funeral services will bo Thurs
day, October 27, at 1 p. m. from
tha Xvaagelical church In Dallas.
Interment will follow tn the L O.
O. F. cemetery.
TBOOPKBB OOMB LARGB
The tour lieutenants on the
state police force all are "big
boys" and sven Lieutenant A. G.
Dunn who has Just been trans
ferred, from Medford. ta Oraasn
City and weighs tSO founds tent
this largest of the quartet. Dunn
Plans tor a. general county
rally tor the republican party lu
this area, Friday night, October J
28, hare been altered. Chris J.
Kowlts, committee chairman, an
nounced yesterday. Dut to a
fllct tn dates. Senator Fred Sic
or will not be able to speak: and;
Urns the rally has been postponed :
unai some night the fenowing
Kowlts said Stelwer would be
aero to sneak early tn the'ovea-
Ing at the Toung Republicans
banquet. He will then motor back"
to Portland to fill another ad-,
Kowlts waa hopeful yesterday
that Barton Fltts, prominent Los
Angeles attorney and a candidate
for governor there last year, could
bo secured to speak the week be
fore the election. Fltts win make
several addresses in Oregon.
j . -.
was' recently promoted from a
sergeaaey.' Lieutenant Richard C
Williams t Portland 1s believed
the heaviest- of the lieutenants.
Lieutenant W. W. Taney of Ba
ker weighs about S2S pounds.
while Lieutenant Walter Lansing;
tall Salem headquarters officer,
weighs only If S, ;
Elks Arrange for'
r -w-a- ----- -
Start Next Week
Starting with a big one-hour
show November S the local Elks
lodge has arranged an interacting
aad . varied program continuing
through election day and until
November 17. " , '
Th election night program will
consist of wrestling bouts, musie
by the -Barriek Quartet and the
champion American Legion drum
corps and many others. Election
returns will, bo received by full
leased wire. Members, are request
ed to bring their friends and en-
Joy the evening. -
A musical program consisting of
a Hawaiian guitar orchestra and
other features will be given No
vember 10, and November. 1? a
program will bo given by Barbara
Oa sale every day. Good la
roomy coaches sod reclining
chair cars. A comfortable toodst
berth for the night as little aa
ILSO extra. Ask foe details.
A. F. aOTH. Agent
Paeacager Depot, lStn Jk Oak
Tesdto Is laaafly Kite
PETEHSOX 13 SUIOLDB
Certainty that John B. Petar-
soa. former Tlctor Point resident
and lately of ItSI North llth
street, Salem, commuted suicide
by taking poison was established
Jesterday when Coroner Lloyd
Jgdon received a chemical an
alysis of the stomach contents
from a pathologist la Portland.
Strychnine waa vsed, the exam-'
lnatlon revealed. :.
WILL HOLD SOCIAL -Dr.
J. Vinton Scott aad family
will entertain guests at a social
at the Lutheran church to bo held
In the church parlors Friday night
at t o'clock. Dr.- Scott has Just
returned from .the Orient,
1 1 sea w a - .
S AD LG -
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Smartesf of now Fall hosiery shades.
So sj Vert Bore Maggr Roaff and
Jane Regnj-S amoo Paris dress,
makers who selected them tor now
Fall ftnmea. Thsy'rw lovely with'
'most an j color. Fanoosllioczxix qnal
ity made Certified Silk for sjreatW
beautj, longer wear. Chiffoa and
aemi-aerrice weichta. New low prices!
Also ask to see ftius fas, on oB-ocoask ihodV
STLVERTON, Oct, 2 WHlIam
McBee died at his homo hero late
Tuesday afternoon and funeral ar
rangements are in charge of Lar-j
aen ft Son. Services will be held
Thursday at 1:30 p. m. from Lar-l
son cnapel with Interment at Odd
Fellows cemetery, Scotts Mills.
McBee was born in Arkansas
October SI, 187S. He Is survtved
by his widow, two sisters Mrs. El
mer King of Snverton and Mrs.
Ted Sanderson of Portland aad
two brothers, Ernest aad Tlctor
McBee of Arkansas. '
To quickly relievo
crseUng, apply soothing;
Aa4 discover tne t
plessnse .the deep-cwslk-loeed
fel coavenieace thst this
modern travel way brings yon.
Barcaln Round Trips -
on Sale Daity
New Senator note!
Homo of 23c Talkies
IAST TIMES TODAY
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Last Times Today
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A reprodacdoa of she "SCHOOL - - . - -
EXPANSION Messuxe," ss fc wii ifl '
hi i-rsatae m -i
1 The gW who knew tbe
aia - T1 V a a)
The boy who dlda't
know the aestieas
otakt3 . 4;Diimii?i?B,2
COMING FRIDAY A
A Sfiperb Prodnctloa of
Jantes Fennliaore Cooper'a
tmmortai Classic '
U EDWIN A BOOTH
YESTERDAY . . cKU of tko
bsnements. TONIGHT., into
ho fwSas an la love wfdi a .
ssZSooairo. TOMORROW. . .
doUiaa, fun, rooihottse parties
..Uelsruertiel . .
JIMMV OUftAHVS JAMES OtSM I
i News JJrenU JL
TUX EXTENSIVE IAW LUStABY
si Eugeno was a gift, wimoos cost so
the Stats, from the tste lodge Feotoo,
- aad would bo mhnJmmt by this
neasoroi The Law School oajld fbea
.bo shifted so Saleoss NSW beildiags
vwld be SMccMery JmmmLmh for
She hooaiog of this drparcaseat of
she Ueiterskyi Another
DISPOSS IM TIC1 CAS2 mesas f I
destruction and toss of ore $700-14
Simeeeii bdULacs sndl
In AddlUon . . .
StCD ' rhU wnotesals dSun
then- COSTLY EXPANSION of oei
THIS BILL. PI ADDITION TO -CSEATINQ2
KEW ontried sad an
needed lairimtions, tuAUtbn Sut
mppft foe kbar Junior Colleges la
every Oregosj sown oc city
Toedacsta staoVfiti fat Janlocstano
lag in sscbnlcsland sririnti fecoBego
ritMavqulpoisflt. Thus, the saaee bcO
hies now msfmsinrd as she Uat
vervJiy or Stats College wveld -bo
TRIFLED) ss taxpayers era ia sat .
Tim cnx ffTsiRCAuy cW
CmTiiZ J U7U3 of Qeegea's
c ranee rteeetsl schooi systesa,waica3
is feUy occrWsd by cho AaMrican
Cswxal on EJeSataOaW
lacrcsas iastroaioo costs 2T lot Ua
fvectity and Oregon Stare atndeaCM ;
Tbm costly experieaxe ef IS States
having 4nTilned tmriosrtoos shoedd
26 rn - LI a cphc rcon
Bill lo extravagant '
Tli tie excerpts horn President
Kerr bleroUl report (July i,
to June 30,1930) BLAST tSe"econ$
oay"- plea aad mlilesdlng clsiat
Oat no new balldla!gs woeld b
s the CoQese is far behind in its
building trorrsinj The mrgtnt mud fol
tddhbmAhuudhm has been emphasized
a a a mai wn aia Ma jcui a a
"iii Conditions have become ssveh that ,
it is imperative that "funds bo provided
Jve tb sonstructhm e ImOdmgb dnxinf
the next bienahnn. s s . ; '
mt s Tha Phrxlcs Buildia g . has beta
vsed to some extent for lecture and daxs.
rootn Purposes, htcmu no tfbcrpUtct sntf
nvdlabU. s s s the Ilea's Donnxtory and
the Meinorlal Ucioa Building t , s afford
m rtliif wbctovrr for the congtsthm that
has sour exxtfasf in the teachla xoffnnds
sneotal academic sabjeCts at the CoHerot
Some provision wuat t msdt btilxtmm
wudUto JutMTt for tho work of such
schools as Basic Arts aad Sdeoces-and
fnmpUUr fpt in an effort to find mj
itmpiimj cUssroom scammdtieni. , ,X
THIS "IIOVT OSSS tho entire stadW
body hauled- from Eugene and "dumped"!
onto the Swa College campus, which now ao -
uHuwwua m earoumcos OS fw i
Krqr.twndlers HEW Uctmn roonis--Nrf
f Tnfnawns MXT dormhaties, mrnat be ro
sided as CorraUls far this doabled eoroUsaensi
m dat mmtihit tiw es-'w
ssfeiiwsaaa, Tsso rawsftcftbe btUi
tags, lead, eod ensiaswec valaod at
ss 35C4,ecaaa. mii m
tea so Cu
Tta cxfTLncz cr artist states.
basis corahid Usthatkkasvbas proved the
asmiefbirfcal coorses, given ea cha same
yarnseasend So assui it sxrtcaltotil, mechana
aasad srisDtiag courses, Training la face
Oregon's present stained system of -',
) 90A000aaaf,coaoaredwK4 -
frevtoes costs, it is aer wcuntmj so
bscardtais awing, tbt dd m tmmn '
dom exptnJitMrm for NtXT bwldiagsi t
HEW tfdpmtat, and UXW doaxiA
Sortesj . . -, , - :"
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Over half tae stndeots ee!!Ag oalr
lege are dependent epoa employ .
aaeoQ hundreds would be deprived of
en opportunity for higher edBrttiooi
:M 111 Y
'Mr. sad gesooxi TAXregrrrs axair.
SC. emf'H. Cfcatome 1". H, Ti
Perls hWna co cbo major ImTrntrUa f
this aowe wooldbo serloenln if aot tsnl
asaaLcsrfcd , ;
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t Cm, -Tee TTord te Jenk over C4,eCtd ef 1
UskC bsCiass mi rtpmtn,-iUb',-S tivJ -
etSoeW erases t NIW types fdolT The tet-1 V
. ol tne if ewesJ pescerty 6a4 wro'l beapmwi
bedaseamaMW tSit "g" : , b the -w '
, tm mm $1S.CC3,W0.. KCJ-fte m :V
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