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FASCIST CHANCELLOR A ND CONSERVATIVE AIDE
The OHEGON CTATES51AN. Sakn Ore-en, Tuesday- lloralng. Febrixxry 14. 1333
Local IN ews Briers
Stamp. kIUctorsJUl stamps
collectors aad persons laterested
la tho ittap tni eover seeking
avocatioa re urged to attend a
meeting ' at the Y.M.CJL. lobby
Wedaesoay. atgbt at 7:le o'clock,
when ' f oratatiou of a stamp ' col-
? lectors'; club win likely result.
Girla aa aor, a wall aa older
; " j", men, are. urged- to come. . C 8.
- i T Douglas of route six la taking the
ld in organisation,, air. Doug
las says; that he ...expects to re
ceive "Wednesday by air mall a
cover containing; the first of the
stamps Issued February 11 aad
' ; f commemorating the founding of
Janes Oglethorpe, whose Hkeaess
the stamp contains.
C Report Accident Hal De-
Sart, 1260 Center street, reported
i to the sheriff automobile accident
involving car driven by Florence
4 Shoemaker. The report says both
cars were traveller. about 30
. miles an hour as they struck to
gether aear aa oak tree on the
. road -between . Turner and Stay-
ton. J. 8. Taylor, root Ore, bos
39, also' reported an accident
three miles south of Jefferson,
involving ear of J. T. King,
Taylor says his car was knocked
" --60 feet down the road. No one
'Vwas hart in either accident.
Special! Trade your old radio
tabes and receive 26 on a aw
De Forrest tubes. They will make
.your radio like new. Koff Elec-
V'tric, 147 Court.
Dies la Pertlaad Mrs. Ju-
Hia Rowe, 75. sister of C. C. Rus
sell ot Mission Bottom, died in
Portland Sunday, and rites will
be held Wednesday at 2 pja. at
" Vancouver, Wash. Two sons,
Frank and Orvie Porter, ot Port
land, survive. Mr. and Mrs,
Charles Russell and Mr. and Mrs
Otto Russell of Salem, together
with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Russell
Miles RusseU. Mr. and Mrs. Pearl
Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Ward
Russell, all of Mission Bottom
expect to attend the funeral. Mrs
Rowe had been ill ot pneumonia
Modern dance U Park tonlte. 15c.
Says Freeze Complete T his
is the first year I've ever had to
reseed any crops, and now it will
be to Teseed a hundred per cent.
t E. A. Rhoten declared yesterday.
Rhoten says reports of crop
' losses have not pictured losses
as bad as they really are. He
1 aavs he believes msay farmers
will have to reseed their entire
teed crop ho has which has not Ue iocai office that she would re- J? for D"sloa ot inven
beeu wiped out entirely by the -01 at Xagene. recuperating .Bd esUinte,9 'or
severe weatner, Mr. nnoxen says,
' New model Clarion. 8 tube Super
console, 848.50. Eoff Electric Co.,
347 Court St.
i Club Plans Party The
Booster club of the American
Lutheran church is sponsoring a
SV Valentine's party at the
i church parlors tonight at 8
o'clock. Every member is to bring
,Tan exchange valentine card or
trinket. A social evening, includ-
xlng refreshments, has been plan-
wed bv the committee: Miss isia
BJelde, Miss Olive Rogan, Henry
Ataerns, Arthur Gath and Miss
" Art Exhibit Wednesday The
.local artists' exhibit at the Y. M.
? C. A. will be open to the public
starting: at 8:30 p. m. Wednes-
' day. Fifteen artists from this vl-
. jcinity will exhibit their work
" I " which is expected to total about
1 ."5 paintings in all. Mrs. C. A.
' "Kella and Ralph Gilbert are ar-
i' ringing the display.
. f Richfield Hi-Octane Gas 11 c,
v .Western Oil 7c qt., 5 gal. 8108.
1110 Smith St. Oil Station.
-- Man Conference Representa
tives from cities and towns In
4 " Polkand Marion counUes will
iv-eet at the Salem T. M. C. A. at
8 p. m. next Sunday to lay plans
for an older boys conference ex-
-pected to be held soon. The con
Mtence will take in all the local-
- Itles in the two counties.
Stone to Speak Harry Stone,
former Portland Y. M. C. A. sec-
retary, will address a meeting of
ir members here Thursday noon.
Stone has Just returned from slx-
-; weeks' trip during which time
b4 covered most ot the United
? our assortment ot
lamns. $1.49 and $2.4$ complete.
$kJff Electric, 147 Court.
Jhree Enlist The following
: Earned men enlisted In U. S.
amy the past week, reported
: 3gt. William H. Diets, local re
f crulting officer: Orlando P. West
.and Paul E. Wlrta of Salem, and
i rjecil O. Grimes, Sclo. They were
asigned to Seventh lafaatry,
ee ana near me new
Super. $22.50 casn.
Eoff Electric Co., 347
. To Stayton - Professor W. C.
'. ,igM of Willamette university.
. accompanied by C A. Kells. T. M.
J. A. secretary, wHl go to SUyton
Thursday noon to attend the fath-
iF and son banquet to bo held
X C Coming Events
February, 14 Comity
club federate m.
Feb. 14 Willamette f.
I' (Feb. 14 Salem high vs.
I t-XjUamook, basketball.
s i en. is oik vomit
,--'a Federation of Rural Wom
. i INa'o Clubs at Dallas: nil-day
j meeting ; Elleasdale club
joint Hostesses r airs. a. ju.
February 24-23 ofari'Cm
nty Snaday school con
vention at First Presbyter-
vianrchnrch. f '
C tf riw.n n St.
Jem, PhOhiirinomie orches-
4 WTomo - j -
March 15-18 State hi;h
School basketball : toums-
Enjoy Saww Swrti Asprexi-;
mately St members ot the Chea-
eketaa hiking club and their
friends participated la the annual
winter sports outing at the Mt.
Hood Maxima lodge over the
week end. An almost continual
fan of saow Sunday, tailed to pre
vent the bikers from engaging in
a- varied, iafernial program of ski-
in S, saowshoeing and other
ports. An east wind that blew
up Sunday kept the temperature
below the freesing point. On the
return trip, the group found saow
ps far, out as Sandy.
Club Fedcratioa Meets E. I
Moor, president, has called a
meeting of the Marion county
federated clubs for the chamber
of commerce hers at 8 o'clock to
night. Between 35 and 4 com
munity crab representatives are
expected to meet with Moor to
discuss talent contests in the var
ious communities and make plans
for the vtUrious winners to make
a special public appearance after j
iuo comptuiwn is eaaea.
Tk Tka h.mh. i.fa.
now only SiC.5. Koff Electric 1
Co 11 llonrt I
' " I
Liquor Poesessiosi Cbarged
A. P. Marrott, federal prohibition
agent, yetterday arrested Theo-i
dore F. Miller on a charge of pos- I
sessloa ant transportation of in
toxicating liquor, according to
Federal Commissioner Lars Bergs-
vfk, before whom Miller was tak
en. He stated that Miller was un
able to post 81500 bail and so was
lodged in the county jail here.
Mariott confiscated approximately i
two gallonr- ot alleged moonshine.
Waat 48-Howr Week Salem
labor untaas are in favor of a
bill limiting the working week to
48 hoars a lay, except in the drug
business, according to Frank P.
Marshall, executive secretary of
the Central Labor council. A com
mittee fronu the council will pre
sent arguments in iavor 01 ine i
measure at a hearing at the cap!-
Red Cro Busy Eighty-nine
persons were given appointments
concerning obtaining food requi-
munlt yesterdfcy. g8Teral
. th .n . rM, wtttt.
of the men who recently protest
ed the way relief Is being handled
visited the office and conducted
themselves in an orderly manner.
Doesn't Return Miss Thora
V. Boesen, executive secretary of
the local Rad Cross chaster, was
unable to return here yesterday,
irom a recent illness, until the
ehd ot this week.
Orchestra to Meet The T. M.
C. A. junior orchestra will meet
with Professor Gershkovitch at 4
p. m. today. The musicians in the
I junior orchestra are being trained
to take placet later in the Phil
Here on Halt Lester Adams of
Seattle, executive secretary of the
northwest T. JI. C. A. council will
be in Salem all day today on an
Edward N. Peeta, 85. died in
Oakland, Calif., Sunday, Febru
ary 12. Survived by widow, Min
nie B. Peetz and three daughters,
Mrs. Frank Anderson, Jr., of
Oakland, Mrs. Clyde Betts ot Sa
lem, Mrs. Harvey Parker of Sa
lem; son, Judge Peetz of Oak
land; mother, Mrs. Wllhelmina
Peetz of Turner: brother, Her
man Peetz of Turner. Funeral
services are in charge of the Sa
lem Mortuary and announce
ments will be made later.
In this city, Monday, February
13, Percy C. Clark, aged 41, hus
band ot Mary Clark ot Klamath
Falls. Remains to be forwarded to
Klamath Fails by the Salem Mort
uary, 545 Sorth Capitol.
At the residence in Talbot, Ore.,
February 13, Sarah F. Taylor,
aged 49. Leaves husband, George
N. Taylor, of Talbot; sons, Wil
liam, Charles, Samuel, James and
I Nathan; sister, Nancy M. Boohtr;
two grandchildren. Funeral se
vices weanesaay, yenniary 15, ax
aa.aa M a. i i - M
": irom ne cnapei
W. T. Rigdon and Son. Interment
in the old Dallas cemetery,
In this city, Zelamae Bell New
bill, former resident ot Salem,
route C, passed away at tho age
of $7, Saturday, February 11. Sur
vived by widower, Cosper Newblll
isr ko i a?w Anva K An a n m it trnv ana
i Mrs. Delia cox ot Rupert, iaano;
I three sisters, Mrs. Nellie Reynolds
ot Crescent, Mrs. Lennle Hamil
ton of Ash wood, and Mrs. Mae
Montgomery of Bend. Funeral ser
vices will be held Tuesday, Febru-
ary 14, at 1:10 p. m.. from the
chapel ot W. T. Rigdon and Son.
Rev. Guy Drill officiating. Inter
ment Lee Mission cemetery.
At the residence, on Salem
route f , Sunday, February 12, Si
mon Willis, age 72 years. Surviv
ed by widow, Mrs. Mattie Willis
of Salem, route 9; two children.
Miss Eunice Willis of Nebraska,
aad Bruce Willis of Salem; two
grandchildren. Billy and Betty
Ana Willis of Salem. Funeral ser
vices will be held from the W. T.
Rlgdoa and Soa chapel, Wednes
day, February IS, at 1:30 p. so.
Rev. Earl Cochran officiating. Tne
deceased was a member ot the
j Calvary Baptist church.
Heenan - To Mr. aad Mrs.
: James Edward Heenan, 885 Jeff
erson street, a boy, James Fran
cis, born on February 4, at Sa
lem General hospital.
Babb- To Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Graydon Babb, of Valsetx, a boy.
Bert Graydoa, bora on February
4, at Salem General nospitau-
Legislators Hear Tribute
To 'Brave Uanful Lifer ;
Of CivS war Leader
Judgo Wallaeo McCamant de
Uvered a stlniag tribute to Ab
raham Lincoln at a birthday aa
mversary - held rla bis memory
yesterday by both bouses of the
legislature. Fred Kiddle, senate
president, presided, and guests ot
honor included the state supreme
court and state officials.
"Lincoln In the winter of 18C
81 was the subject ot the Jur
ist's address. He dealt with Lin
coln's staunch part la the for
mation ot aaU-oocessioa policy
when many northerners would
have let the southern .states de-
fart and thus have peacefully
severed the union.
t . ril.M uonU hm nk
ed a faith which remained firm
tnrougn lour oars; years, saw
Juage ncvimuu u imxjr
. a a M
tion 01 us lerm me wora aooi-
itionists was a term ot oppro-
bri am. Lincoln so moulded pub-
lie opinion that the country sua-
tained his emancipation procla-
matton and it was given to him
to wipe out the most gigantic
evil which ever afflicted the
"So long as the memory ot
those times shall endure, the
story of this brave, manful life
will go ringing down the ages to
Inspirit and uplift, and to vindi
cate to mea now unborn the
free Institutions of the country
ho loved and served."
The Hon. Frank Davey, speak
er ot the house In 1907, read
the Gettysburg address and Rev.
Fletcher Galloway offered prayer.
Signs Quartet oi
Bills on Monday
Governor Meier yesterday sign
ed four house bills, as follows:
H. B. 83, by Dammasch Relat
ing to uniform fiscal year for all
state departments and institu
tions. H. B. 1C8, by Gordon Relat
ing to the tee for filing and re
cording trade marks.
H. B. 184. by Price To pro-
T , r. "l cv.wxiCu
H. B. 182, by Committee on Ed
ucation Relating to the time ot
holding school elections.
Seven Clinics Listed Out of
routine In activities of the Mar
ion county health department this
week Is a clinle for Japanese to
be bold at tna Lahioh
house Wednesday afternoon. Oth
er clinics scheduled are: Tuesday
a 11 -day school clinic, Wood-
burn; afternoon clinic, Parrish
junior high school. Thursday
morning preschool clinic, Salem
neaitn center; all-day school
clinic, St. Vincent de Paul's paro
chial school. Friday Salem
Heights school clinic. Saturday
8:30 to 10 a.m., toxoid-vaccina
tloa clinic, Salem health center.
Miss Harrison Dies Friends
here have received word of the
death at Spokane, Wash., a week
ago Saturday, of Miss Martha
Harrison, former Marloa coun
ty health nurse. Death was due
to a heart attack. Miss Harrison
was stationed with tho health
organization here from 1925 to
1929. She had charge of the Mt.
Angel district, then came to the
Dance Mellow Moon Wed. nite,
special entertainment lino of girls
and novelty feature. 25c.
Renew Bread Fight Steps
to be taken to keep Portland ba
kers from selling their products
in Salem will be discussed at the
Salem Building Trades council
meeting to be held at union hall
at 7:30 o'clock tonight. Over a
year ago, the local unions carried
on a successful drive against out
side competition in the bakery
business. Recently outside inter
ests again Invaded the city.
- l Accidents Ar Few But two
automobile accidents were report-
x ia to cit nollco ovar tho week
end. No serious damages to cars
or Injuries to persons were listed.
Persona Involved were: W. TL
Powers, Salem, and a Salem Bar
gain house track, on North Com
mercial street; Edaa R. Schaetfef,
755 Ferry street, and an unldentl
fled motorist, on State near the
25c Dinners. Sandwiches, relish
potato chips 10 c. Tbo Bright Spot.
3 SO Center
Tallon, Dixon Jailed Muaicl
pal Judge Mark Poulsen yester-
sentenced Carl Tallon. Coital
South ,18th street, to servo five
days each in the city jail, for be
ing drunk. City police arrested
the two men over the weekend.
Orr Fined f 1 Robert Orr paid
Municipal Judge Poulsen $1 yes
terday as penalty for operating
his automobile at night with but
one headlight burning. Ho was
"ted by city police late last
Withttt Oparitlos t Uw f Tta
SZ9 Ortsoo BMs. Psoas SM9
for constipation, rheumatism,
appendicitis, colitis, and blood,
gland, stomach disorders.
Chinese Medicine Co.
121 N. 'Coml St,
Hours ; Dally t-t. Sunday t-11
Hero is Che first picture of JLdslf Hitler !eft) to
arrive in the United States sines "bis elevation to the
Chancellorship of Germany. With the Nazi leader is
Colonel Franz von Papen, former Chancellor, who is
LOCAL TROUPE TO
01 OH EPIC
As a means of honoring and
celebrating the 100th anniver
sary ot the founding of American
settlements In the Oregon coun
try by Rev. Jason Leo and his
band of Methodist missionaries,
Chemeketa players are producing
"The Conquerors." a drama of
the winning of Oregon, written
In seven scenes by Perry Pres-
In the scenes of this drama,
characters of Oregon history are
brought to life and relive the
pioneer days when a new state
was being formed. Man like fiery
Ewlng Young. Hall J. Kelly.
the dream lag Bosfon schoolmast
er: Dr. Jo&a ucLougmin, me
stately lord of Fort Vancouver;
Eloiso McLoughlia. his daughter;
Rev. Jason Lee, Daniel Lee, Cy
rus Shephard, Anna Marie Pitt
man. Susan Downing, and others
who now live only la the pages
of history books will march
across the stage when Chemeketa
Players draw the curtains on this
This anniversary arrives la
1834, Chemeketa Players will
commence preparations at oaco
for the nroductioa. which will
not bo ready beforo next Septem
ber. The presentation of this
drama will be the major pro
duction of the players for 1188.
There are about 56 speaking
parts. Some ot the scenes will re
quire many hunters, Canadian
voyageurs, Indians, and mission
CAUSE COUNTY LOSS
Marion county, along with oth
ers In the state, will likely suf
fer considerable curtailment In
fees obtained from serving sum
mons, as result of the legislative
bill which has passed both
houses and which allows any per
son of legal age to serve sum
mons. This one bill will take from
tho county In fees more than tho
savings made In the sheriff's of
fice In cutting down the bud
get, the sheriff commented.
Summons In about 1800 eases
were handled through the Mar
ion conntv sheriffs office last
year. Deputy Richardson says
Every case means one summons,
and some as high as ten sum
mons. First summons on each
ease brings a dollar fee to tho
county, and other summons, 25
cents, which means that last year
the county realized Between
$1100 and $2500 on this service.
Return to Older
Dr. C. O. Johnson of St. Louis,
Mo., president of the Northern
Baetist convention, aaarossoa
capacity crowd at the First Bap
tist ehurch Sunday arternooa on
Ho likened the church to a
bright, late model automobile,
under hood of which tho mechan
ism had become rusty and cor
roded. The last year or so has
SIMONS BILL ll
ABOUT YOUR ETE3
CHoasea vary 9a stylo s ha sot
aa stwch no sMhos aosfl
spott a now ewtftt byeartng
I Card Tables and II
Chairs to Rent' 1
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An .in .n
new Vice-ChsaoelUr in Hitler's oabiaot and dictator
of Prussia. Since President Paul von HindenbortT
dissolved the Reichstag. Chaaoollar Hitler has as
sumed dictatorial powers.
$1,500,000 Deficit Facing
Road Department Unless
Remedy Given, Says Scott
Warning that an annual deficit
of not less than fl.SOMOO lo-
pends la the state highway de
partment finances unless meas
ures are taken to increase the
revenues and prevent diversions
was voiced by Leslie M. Scott,
chalrmaa of the state highway
commission, la a letter sent to the
chairmen of the ways and means
and roads and highways commit
tees ot the legislature yesterday.
Mr. Scott suggested that the
two committees convene jointly
for the purpose of hearing the
state highway engineer and com
missioners explain tho status of
the highway department finances.
"The highway commission is in
formed," the letter read, "that
the ways and means committee
proposes a service charge against
the various self sustaining depart
ments for the next blennium,
amounting to approximately
1800.000. Of this amount S671,-
000 would bo diverted fTom the
state highway fund. An examine
tion of the records discloses that
diversions ot state highway funds
amounting to J4,9JT.1 were
made to other state activities dur
ing 1931. These diversions includ
ed $342,111.39 to the office ot
secretary of state and public utll
ides commissioner and 2304,325.-
7 1 to the state police.
"In other words, the present
servieo charges now amount to
$1,293,374.20 lor the blennium.
The proposed increase would make
soon streauous effort to cleaa oat
that corrosion, and o return to
tho older standards of prayer aad
true religion a return to the
'church" Instead of tho "plant.'
"Church congregations are still
'breaking their backs trying to
pay obligations incurred wnen
each denomination went oa 1
spree to oatdo tho other in erect
lug church plants'," tho visitor
declared. Dr. Johnson spoke in
Portland twice Sunday, leaving
for California that evening.
Services to be
SILVERTON. Feb. 13 Funer
al services will be held Tuesday
at 2 p. m. In the Larson and Son
ehapel. for Manley D. Simeral.
who died Saturday night la Port
land. Silver Lodge No. 21, I. O
O. F.. will have charge, and In
term eat will bo in tho local cent
Mr. Simeral was a son of Mrs
Elsie Simeral of this city, ant is
survived also by- two brothers
Wayne T.. aad Frank R. Simeral
of Sllverton, and two sisters. Mrs
Vorna Lewis ot Portland and
Mrs. Arthur Nelson of Sllverton
You are likely to thinkof
your telephone simply as a means of trans
mitting to others your own thoughts and
But your telephone is of equal impor
tance to those who wish to get ia touch
with you. ; v
The Pacific TixErnoi and Tnraairn Compact
Business office, 740 State Street, Phone 3101
diversion of nearly $2.000. 400
To those should be added $3,200,-
000 diverted to counties, plus $!,
0.000 for tho secondary hlgb
ways for a two year period.
Scott said that any deficit
caused by the proposed diversion
ot funds would add to t&e High
way debt and be otherwise bur
densome to state finances.
"In view of the state highway
commission the policy ot 'psy as
vou go' should be pursued, ade
quate revenues should be provid
ed, and increase of debt should be
avoided," the letter continued.
In connection with the auto 11
cense $5 fee plan, Scott's letter
contained the following sugges- tm symphony orchestra. He en
tlons to meet tho emergency and hanced hla reputation greatly last
prevent a aeiicit:
Eliminate tho annual service
charge ot $337,000 proposed for
the benefit of other stste depart-
Provide additional revenue from
trucks and busses, in the amount
of at least $100,000.
Provide new revenue from driv
ers' licenses, say $1 a year, which
would amount to $300,000.
Provide additional revenue in I
the amount of not less than J
$245,000 from some other source.
Tho total of these proposed J
revenues Is $1,4 8 1.0 0, wnicn
would offset the estimated defi
cit in that amount," Scott said.
AMITY. Feb. 13. William
Groves, $5, a resident of this
plaee for tho past 35 years died
at his homo at Amity, Sunday,
February 12, following a short
Mr. Groves was born in Nor
folk. England, January 28, 1848.
came to America in 1874 and a
year later returned to the father
land, where he was married in
1175 and then In 1188 tho family
came to America and settled In
South Dakota. Later they moved
to Maryland, then hack to Wash
ington state and to Amity in 1897
where the family has resided. He
was a ahoe maker by trade and
followed that trade during all ot
his life here. He yaa a member ot
tho Methodist church.
Surviving him ho leaves his wi
dow, a son Ernest W. Groves, and
seven grandchildren, all of Amity,
also two sisters of London, Eng
land and one brother of Gibral
Funeral- services will be con
ducted at the Amity Methodist
church, Tuesday, February 14 at
2 p. m., Rev. F. L. Cannell, local
pastor, officiating, with lnter-
ment la tho Amity cemetery.
KM LB 1W
ma on f i
Approves Payment of Taxes
-!n Warrants; Change in
Court Fees Killed
Hereafter oil companies may
aot contract with vendors or con
st mora, holding tho latter to sell
only tbo company's nroducts at a
saectfled go rag price, it a bin
passed yesterday la the house it
approved by tho senate aad tbo
governor. Tbo measure, intro
duced by Representative Kelly of
Modford, declares such contracts
against public policy.
Tho bouse also yesterday gave
its approval to S. B. 36 which
provides that payment of taxes
can he made la the warrants is
sued by the tax district to whom
the tax Is payable.
In tho main the house passed
an aaeventfal day. re-referring
uch of Its legislation to com
mittee and holding up other im
portant bills until today.
Included In the matters held
over Is the mooted H. B. 377
which removes present code re
strictions on variant pay coa-
tracts tor men and women en
gaged In tho teaching profession.
Tho bin was referred back to the
Tho state bar's bill to provide
a more stringent regulation ot
lawyers was held over until today.
The house passed H. B. Ill
certain changes in milk
cream testiag laws.
In the day's work it passed
eight house bills sad three from
to committee aad killed H. B
418 providing tor changes in fees
paid in circuit court cases
A year ago Dalbert Jepsen,
young Salem violinist, stepped in
to local fame when he in near ed
M gojojgt at a concert of the Sa-
night when he presented a fall-
length program In a recital in the
Roberts studio before aa audience
0f friends and music-lovers. The
year shows he has made great
galas la the mastery of his instru-
ment. Particularly worthy of note
Is his splendid fingering., done
with a precision which made for
remarkable clarity of tone. In the
high soprano notes there were no
rough edges, no slurs.
His first selection was Tsrtini s
"Sonata O Minor", winning favor
from the first. The secona, wnicn
marxea tae nign point ot me pro-
gram, was "Concerto G Minor" by
Bruea; and Mr. Jepsen played it
with skilled workmanship and
with a warmth ot feeling which
marks true artistry. He closed
with a group of four short num
bers whose technical demaads
were none the less exacting.
Piano accompaniment was play
ed by Miss Alice Crary BrowQ who
gave him adequate support
throughout, and the "Coneerta"
gave her opportunity to display
her own skill as pianist.
Mr. Jepsen Is n pupil of Miss
Mary Schults, Salem Instructor In
Rate for Bonus
Loans is Raised
The senate yesterday passed
H. B. 252 which raises rates en
bonus commission loans made
hereafter from four to six per
cent and decreases the acceptable
valuation for the loan from 75 to
40 per cent. Tho measure has
been approved by the American
Legion of Oregon and Its accept
ance Is expected from the governor.
Mew Low Price
Mens Half Q" A A Soles and Heels
s. 3i.uu $2.002.50
T 75c - -
Robber Heelt both mens onjy wtiL
women .. dtJ
Wf hm only the finest material and offer 70a: expert
frorkrnanshfp. Do not be mislead this Is equal to any
work ia the City at Anj Prica
Governor Says Subordinate
Units Should Apply 5 to
30 per Cent Cuts
If the taxpayers of the state,
are to have any real relief. K mast
come from a substantial redaction
of local tax levies which represent
9t per cent of Oregon's tax blU,"
Governor Meier toM tbo legisla
ture yesterday In a special mess
age seat to it.
The governor urged tho legisla
ture to apply to all salaries la
subordinate governmental organ
izations a salary reduction eqaal
to the to 30 per cent reduction
made In state salaries.
"A n amber ot states have enact
ed legislation controlling local tax
levies aad bond issues," ho said.
"This has resulted In tarings of
millions of dollars to taxpayers
and in placing various local gov
ern meats on a sound financial ba
sis. Until similar legislation la en
acted hi Oregon no appreciable re
duction la taxes can bo achtoved.
therefore respectfully recom
mend that during your delibera
tions you give this subject earnest
and serious consideration.
Tbo governor's message yester
day followed a speech made Sun
day night 1a Portland, when ho
renewed bis plea for a general
sales tax tor 1931 aad 1914.
thereby relieving real property ot
a part of tho burden It waa bear
ing and helping tho state aad its
subdivisions to maintain their sol
vency. LISTED BY HRY
A number of books taken from
a list ot those concerning Abra
ham Lincoln's life and work, have
been picked out by Maude E. Cov
ington, city librarian, and placed
in a coaspicuous place on tho li
brary shelves tor ready reference.
Following Is a list of some ot
Angle, "New letters and papers
of Lincoln"; Bacheller. 'Father
Abraham, a novel; Beverldge.
Abraham Lincoln". 2 v.; Brooks.
"True Story ot Abraham Lin
coln": Charawood. "Abraham
Lincoln": Drink water, "Abraham
Lincoln", a play; Lea, "Ancestry
of Lincoln"; "Lincoln". Selections
from the letters and speeches ot
Abraham Lincoln; Ludwig. "Lin
coln"; Markham, "Lincoln and
Morse. "American statesmen
Lincoln": Klcolay aad Hay.
"Abraham Liacola": Rothschild.
"Uacola, master of "men"; Sand
burg, "The prairie years"; Sand
burg, "Mary Lincoln, wife aad
widow"; Schurs. "Abraham Lin
coln"; Seitx, "Lincoln, tho poli
tician": Starr. "Uacola and the
railroads"; Stephenson. "Auto
biography of Lincoln"; Weik,
"The real Lincoln".
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Her Immaculate, white under
arms catch your eye, dont
they? She visits tho Morton
Laboratories ia San Francisco
or Los Angeles.
Too, too, may have unwanted
hair reaeoved by the Mart on
method. Ask as about this sci
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