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TU OREGON STATESMAN. Salem, Oregon, Wednesday Morning. March 29, 1933
Constitutionality of new law
.Upheld; Stamping Will
. : fCeatteued trees mi 1
eoateatloa of the treasurer that
tbe act to void la that It "la an
unoonstltatloaal limitation apoa
tha pewers aad duties at the atata
treasurer. la requiring tha coa
iat of tha governor aad tha eee
retary at atata, waa rtrraled.
CItlflf tha eonstitettoaal action
rteflalag tha duties el tha state
treasurer aa those prescribed by
law. the oalnloa finds that "the
power aad duties of the treasurer
are each aa may be prescribed by
lair! and aot otherwise. It will also
be ileea that the provision contain
ed in the amendment to which ob
jection was made merely defines
tbe powers and dutie of the state
treasurer, all of which wre with
in the legislative control aad did
not In any.way.uunnge upon aj
eonstltaUeaal right or power eon
fered upon each officers."
In conclusion the opinion point
ed oat that inasmuch as the Thorn
, es warrant was regularly drawn
aad praseated tor payment or in
of state In
..rr.v.v V . . . J
meat of warrants -the state treas
arer had full authority to make
said Indorsement and his refusal
to do so cannot be sustained upon
any constitutional grounds or
want of authority under the sta
tute." v I
mora m .
: CRUSHES; IS DEAD
BRUSSELS. March 28 (AP)
The City of LlTerpooi. a trl-mo-tored
airplane of the British Im
perial airways, burst. Into flames
and crashed today near Eesen.
kiUing 15 persons, everyone
The cause of the accident was
not definitely established. The
ship, bound from Cologne, Ger
many, to Croydon. England, by
way of Brussels, had stopped at
Haeren airdrome here only a
short time before the crash.
One explanation advanced was
that one of the three motors ex
ploded, setting fire to the plane.
Witnesses said the great ship
dropped like a spent rocket. She
landed In a farmer's field.
Apparently four of those aboard
jumped, for their bodies were
found some distance from the
wreckage. It appeared the others
had burned to death. Twelve rtc
tims were passengers and three
members of the crew. There were
no Americans aboard.
MEN ADMIT THEFTS
CenUiraed from pas
George Prescott. and were given
nntn Anrfi io to nlead.
n-.wl .,i whom a nollti-
.j 'tt standiag
cal turmoil of months sianuin
v-j w.. likewise under
aaaag vsoaaa-era a "
r4.;" - h theft of the
u,"'',"" L "
...LI. BAn attsmntail fn ATT
'r1-"" " v" I
a warrani on xuM .v I
that ha was shot to death, sner-
merhorn. who was nWnea J
Ban its in me o r""',''-;
was aiao luuiciw .-
W. A. Banks of Tujunga, Cal .
brother of the accused man. and ;
John Sturgeon. Los Angeles at
torney, are In Medford to help
in outlining plana for the defense
of, tha former editor and nis wire.
fouad to prohibit the sale of beer
1- t. .tnt . mnntnd ones-1
IS C0IICIL TOPIC
HWU. V' - " . 1 - v, iu, Hill, ureal Ufl lOtl
ui la the eitv wantfehara t..t ,-.- t-..-
Tome such pravisioa.
How the counell wfll vote, fin-
any, oa licensing the sale of beer
ot a eleltJoa to rote oa the
carter prohibition amendment.
uwi w vuu m ,
newerer. aeuare .ey
iiaed un to caU thai
which would be held
I Are Rehired But
. At Lower Salary
MARION. March S8 The
school board has rehired the pres-
nt t-itrhnra. Mlii Grace Peher-
rsoa. Miss Rose Hattoa aad Mrs.
Leota Sloan for the eomlag
arhool term, however at reduced!
salarlea. Ulr " be la to eatth ap with hla
Mrs! Herman DeLaagh was boa- plowing aad pleating. Bat tha
tese to the Union Ladies aalUing whether man la against him:
club, with tha following preeeat: Wi af the past week 'a n -settled
Mrs. Maa Robblas. Mrs. Graver weather U predicted.
Stevens. Mra. Maggie Davidson. Yestevday's Inter mitten t show
Mrs. J. L. Calllvaa. Mrs. Hartey "tMj Wem a total preclpl
Libby, Mrs. Mebba Colgaa and t!on of 8. C Inch. The Wniam
daughter Doreena, -Mrs. Slmar atta river, whisth Monday stood
Currr aad small eon Miltoa, Mrs. t tha bear level. IJZ. yesterday
nci-v Plekard. Mra. t Fred Seba
raaeher. Mrs. Thorn Weim.
Wlaa aad Mm. Warren Gray.
Real Estate Firm
;: Oscar Bower termer eounty
"- sheriff, and Dave Pagh are ooea
' lag a real estate office la the U. S.
Br OLIVK M. QUAE
WARHEB BROS. KLSIKORK
Today Irene Danne In
" "Secret at Madame
Thursday-Irene Dunne in "Se-
cret of Madame Blanche"
and oa atage, annual spring
Fridsy John Barrymore la
WARXKR BROS. CAPITOL
Today Lee T r a e y la
"Clear All Wires."
Today Joan Blondell la
"Tbe Greeke Had a Word
Friday Charlee Farrell aad
Jean Bennett In "Wild
Today Chester Morris In "In-
Friday Tom Keens la "Scar-
Smith In "Tha Monkeya
The merchants of Salem and
rrt th Elslnore
cooperating 1. the presents-
ei. .unmlBl. -.Ftn 1
soow to DO RiTen inurauj iui
S 1 A.
beglaning at 8:30 o'clock on the
Elsiaore stage and running for
about 45 minutes.
Styles will be modeled and in
terspersed with the showing of
special feature entertainment
numbers of dance and music.
Accompanying the show will be
orchestra music presented by Mel
low Moon dance orchestra. This
will be a special feature In addi
tion to the regular screen attrac
The development of a woman's
life through trials and hardships
to a final haven of happiness pro
vides the dramatic motif of "The
Secret of Madame Blanche," new
Metro-G o 1 d w y n-Mayer offering
opening today at the Elslnore
Miss Dunne Is raat &a an Amer-
lean chorus girl who marries a
mix R!nH1iTTin nnlv t find
traredv at the end of her Iova af. 1
fair. Miss Dunne's characteiiza-
tion. which covers a period of
more than 20 reara. ia aald to
surDass even her notable nortrav-
als In "Cimarron' and "Rack
Street.' which established her as
the screen's outstanding' emotion
Chemeketa Players are a busy!
group this week rehearsing for
the next production. "Diamonds
or Diamonds?", a rapid-fire base-
oeu comedy that win be present-
ed aext week in Nelson auditorl-
um. This play Is ia strong con
trast to the tense drama of "Lift
Dp Your Eyes" aad presents
Breezy" Kane, a hlg-leaaue ball
player of charming personality
and bluff. This role will be car
ried by Frank L. Torgerson.
Playing opposite Is Marine Petty-
John, who won a host of admirers
Tor her work as "Eugenia War-
rea" la "Lift Da Your Eyes." She
has the role of a girl who Is crasy
Important parts are taken br
Pat" Peterson and Nellie Row
land Greene. Appearing- araln I
after a brief absence are Howard I
er a brief absence are Howard
Victor Williams. Mar-
7. v I
Wu wwu eom-
menaauon in Tae mysterious
. . . i
Mrs. Dodvke" for ber ehereetar. I
'""on of . timid spinster, will
appear as a weepy young wife,
ak.tt t.vM tV -it . I
.tudtou. wamm h(. BalJ
h - changes her opinion about
baseball players. Several new
facea will h aaen amnn tha
playen presenting this sparkling
The technical staff is busy re-
paiating and resetting the stage 1
ror toe coming play.
Term This Time
When Samuel Nelson Miller colamlslon ex"
6T5 N.rth ToS .tM pfeSlf.!!8t?!,!?B
day to a charae of drunken dH-J.
lng. a6 m BOt receJ, a siispend-
-t n.. i.n ..-- . -1
Judg. Mark Poul.ea Vent him to
ju tor 0 dayg.
Miller was arrested Monday
mw si MiuuivRua Cfun-
ed lata a nmchina driven by Lloyd
I Hta,er. 7n Nonh Commercial
Brj, ana commercial and Cen -
Farmer Now but
7Lf- UTZit m Tf
ma C WW All r dll
Rain, that which proves the
- - t . .
lanner- uuim aunnc a ism.
ere dry apeti, Is now his woe.
I Two weeks behind, at least, with
hla spring field work, the farmer
now aeeds a month of clear wea
; rose to tbe d.S-foet mark.
MTW. JONES HOSTESS
WACONDA, March 2S A ape
ti al program has beea Arranged
for charter members ot the com
munity dab at tha recalar" meet
ing Wedaaeday. April b, at S p.m
at Aha home at Mrs. SL F. Jeaee
near Waceada eeraera, iaetead af
at Mrs. Nasom's as erroneously
Putnam of Albany Schools
Arid Childs of Legis-
SCIO. March St Aa excep
tional good crowd was 1a at
tandance at the lnititate held
here Saturday. Be Putnam, aa-
oertatendent at Albaar. aad
Charles Child, chairman of the
education committee la the house
of representatires, were the mala
sneakers. ' I
Mr. Pataam built hla addrefi jl
arcund the two nointi that "we
shonld keep our thinking clear
and oar spiritual life at it high-
est possible point." He went oa
to aay mac "inongn mis is saia
. AUun viul
but only use those things at hand
- produced by science."
Mr. Childs talked on the
ganiaatloa of the house aad sea
ata and educational hills last
paaaed. He explained those two
ha considers of Tital Importance J
tha transportation bill and thai
I eouaty unit system bill.
James Bennett, eouaty school
superintendent, made a brief ad
A lively round table discesslou
fn Tfla TAtf lllrl W Ar TrtITtl ah fell
was held, conducted by Ralph Me-1
Donald. Refreshments were serv-l
ed. Mrs. F. A. Gallegly aad Mrs. I
E. P. Caldwell poured aad the
Misses Doris Clarke, Bernicaj
Newhouse, and Doris Neptanel
Funeral services for Vincent
Leslie Farmer, 20, who was
h ' ? tB
anu ui a souiaorn rauuc pu
senger train here Monday night.
be held from the Clough-
eamcx enapei ai iu:w ocioci
m a . . AA-Shdh a a
. . t Jam. n aar
tomorrow morning wit a nmr. ry.
K coenran ornciaung. inter
BlBt Will be In BelCTeSt M1B-
After official investigation of
the accident yesterday, Coroner j
L. E. Barrlck and District At-
torney William H. Trlndle deeld-
ed that an Inquest would not
be required. They were informed
In a report filed by Conductor!
Pat Tynan, In charge of the train
Involved, that the train was trav
eling about 10 miles an hour at I
time of the tragedy.
Young Farmer Is survived by I
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. 0. C
Farmer, 950 Soutn lztn street;
aad two sisters, Mrs. Alma Mo-
Kltrick of Eugene and Mrs. Mar
guerite Myers of Salem.
onunnea o w u
Roosevelt requesting that he re-
state tbe wage feature of his re
ferestatlon plan. Instead of re-
rerestauon plan, wsteaa oi re-
farting to the compensation as II
. j.Ti .. tvi,,. tr.ti.nnrt.tinn I
. . m i a .v. i
- - . , " ?'
leoo, loagang ana- cioiaiag, 1
council In a resolution reauested
President Roosevelt to nam.' a
wage that will Include the rea-1
onn.bl. ntn. nf all comnenaatlon.
and make nroner deductions from
that wage for transportation.
food, lodging and clothing fur-
nlahed the men
Protective matters affecting or
ganized labor occupied the great-
er part of a lengthy council see-
Sales Tax Plan
CORVALUS. Ore.. March 28
(AP) C. V. Galloway, chairman I
of the state tax commission ex-
a a measara
"akl" V tA .trnr.
maxin a aaiaaced tax structure
tor Oregon. He declared that 11
1 1 a mAnntmA tt fa- -.411 v .v
11 w dopted. tha tax will be tha,
5K2JS.KiSS itt L "
if50"1 " lDCOme
l .u . ,t a . l .
?Ztl in tLH
lw., -.-- -V T
come, business and property. Ho
said the basis for taxation should
be not only tbe ability to pay
but tha amount of benefit derived
from state government.
HARD TIME SOCIAL HELD
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PIONEER, March SS. Muaie
'kangaroo court featured the Mt.
Plsga Farmers Union arograa
and hard time social. The local
will meet with the community
dab Asm 14.
McBEX VISITS LOCAL
TALBOT, March 21. U EL Ma-
Bee of Dallas, atata Farmers
Union president, spoke at tha Sld-
ney-Talbot local meeuag Friday.
Other taika were given by Mr.
Llbby of the Marioa local aad Bey
Hewitt ot Salem.
aeral aervlcea ter the Infant eon
of Mr. aad Mra. Oscar T; White-j
head were held at tha graveside I
Sunday afterneoa. at Bethaay
cemetery with Larson aad Soa to
New Xrd Big Week
TO DE WEDNESDAY
WATi SITU T m
West Salem 'News
WEST SALKM. Kirch If A
game of baseball Is scheduled ta
be played on the diamond at tha
Wast Salem school Friday after
aeon, weather permuting, be
tween tha Buplls at the Braah
College echoed aad tha Wast Sa
Lou Deraaleau. who has beaa
lateriag ta Lea Angeles, has
returned heme. He weat through
& ries of eartheaakee la tha
ana airs, aaa carter at
Sa Francisco, brother of Mrs.
Lyan L. Sloper are raeatloalag
here for a month and visiting
witn ui supers aaa otaer reie-
air. aaa airs. j. jeaes are iar-
of a seTen and a half pound
ini mr n I n lllinill
H HAM . H
v " ' i wiw
FOR LUMBER BLAZE
PORTLAND. Ore., March 21
(JLP) Fire InTaatlgatora
pressed the opinion today that the
spectacular fire whleh last night
roared through tha yards and
crane- shad of tha Jones Lumbar
eompaay hare was probably start-
by defeetira wiring, either ia
tha high power tranamiseloa line
or ia a minor connection.
Insuraace adjustors estimated
tha loss woald e mora thaa
$100,000, although firemea ue-
oeeded in earing the mala plant.
The lose Is covered by Insurance.
M. H. Jones, president of tha
company, said the firm expects to
rebuild the destroyed property.
although he did not know just
when this work would be started.
Of the 140 men who were em
ployed at tha plant before the
fire, only about 40 were retained
oa the payroll to clean up a few
small orders and make a few de-
Five firemea sustained minor
Injuries In fighting the blase,
resulted when thousands of spec
tators hurried to the scene, at-
tcted by the flame, which
could be seen from all parts of
fe en LOTS
Free seed and over 100 garden
lota in the city have proven no
inducement to unemployed fam
ilies here to try raising their vege
table needs from the soil this
spring and summer, it appears
from reports at the TJ. S.-T. M
C. A. employment office where
the- tree lots are listed. Not over
25 persons have aaked to look
over the list, according ta D. D
Dotsoa, assistant manager.
Fear of raldj on the gardens
seems to be the deterrent, how
ever, rather thaa lack of am
bttlon. Dotson said. He said he
had heard many comments about
the garden offer, most of them
voicing tear that thieves would
loot the plots before the sowers
could reap their harvest.
Most of the lots available are
located in northeast Salem. The
chamber of oameree made tha
, . I . r , .
""i ? Tf
to permit anarapleyed families to
permit anarapleyed famines bo
"i,. Vv" " 7. .I'l
iDn rnr rimiiTii lr nvminr
"T"-"i" wou" P
R. T. C. fund.
Efforts to locate Jaek Hunt.
11-year-old Salem boy who die-
appeared from faime hero March
It, have so far beea fruitless
It was reported at police head
son of Mr. aad Mrs. Fred
Huat, proprietor of Haat'a cafe
oa North Commercial street.
Suspicion rests oa two young
men, one 22 and the other 20
years old, tha younger of whom
was for a time employed by tha
Hunts as dishwasher. Mrs. Huat
last alght declared It bar belief
that tha two maa bad kidnaped
ear soa aa spite work becaase
the one was discharged from his
work at the cats.
Jaek Haat was last aaea tha
night of the state basketball
champloashla games, ta eompaay
tha two aaspeeted young
I . Commclal and Chea
eketa streets. His parenta
he appeared happy that day aad
had not been accustomed to stray-
BABY BO&X On BARKS
SILTERTON, March SS. Aa-
nouaoemeata of tha birth
daaghter to Mr. aad lira. Robert
Barr at Chico, Cel., have reached
Silrerton. Mr. and Mrs. Barr are
termer Silvertenlans, leaving last
aaiama tor Chleo. Mr. Barra par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Barr.
are both af Chico at the present
time. They plaa to return to STt-
varton la a few weeks.
i 1 i
"Tha Greeiai Ilai a 1
1 Word for Them 1
With r$A clai&b ,
1 Jeaa Blobden
, Lowelt Sbffsaaa II f
rfi Madge Kvaas I :
Wos-tel Pssnar-Flto ytrnMy
son. This ia the first child la tha
family. Tha Jonesea eaaa here
from tha middle weat last fall
and Uka U so well here that
they plaa ta make their home
Sunday guests at tha A. L. Ae
plewhit homo oa Xlagwoed Tar
raea were Attorney aad Mrs. Er
nest R. Wood aad son. Gene of
Klags Valley. Mr. Wood, who
resided In West Salem walla com
pleting hie work at Willamette
university ochoo! of law a aaae
ber of years age. was a member
of the etty council bora. Ha la
now practicing at CorvaWs. Mr.
aad Mrs. Nels Teackel aad Mrs.
W. J. Bark of Wells, former
neighbors at theirs were Monday
meats at the home of Mr. aad
Mrs. B. A. Shaft.
PLOT AGAIfiST DUCE
ROMS, March 21. (AP)
Tha pouea have la custody maa
who. they announced today, aaa
confessed that ha lateaded to as
sassinate Precnier Maasollal last
The maa was arrested while
loitering la tha Plata Di Venezia
en which tha windows of tha
premier office face. The author
ities said ha had a rna ia his
The prisoner la reported to
have said also that he originally
planned to go to tha Oetla air
port Mareh II, the day Prima
Minister Ramsay MacDoaald aad
Foreign Secretary Sir John Simon
of Great Britain, arrived tor their
conference oa the Mussolini peace
plan. According to tha police
authoritiea ha lateaded ta shoot
the Italian premier there as Big-
nor Mussolini weat to greet his
visitors, bat later decided to make
the attempt ta front of the pre
It Is understood the prieoaer
disclaimed aay Idea of shooting
the British statesman.
The police are said to bo in'
vestlgating one of the prisoners
statements in ilea ting that he had
aa accomplice, perhaps a foreign
er. But tha principal tendency
seems to bo to regard the maa
a mentally Irresponsible psr
whe probably was acting
SALEM BOYS FIGHT
FOR QUAKE RELIEF
PORTLAND, Ore.. March St
(AP) A card of amateur boxing
matches, sponsored by the 40 and
I. Amerlcaa Legion organization.
waa preeeated at tha clvle audi
torium here tonight. Proceeds
were to be given to the Portland
chapter of the Amerlcaa Red
Cross to be nsedtoward its Quota
ia the south era California earth
quake relief funft.
Included la the results were the
111 pounds Johnny Peltier.
Chemawa, technical knockout ov
er Cliff Nelsoa. St. Helena.
Ill pounds Kermit Stewart,
Portland, technical knockout over
Man ale White, Chemawa.
14 T pounds Henry Newman,
8alem Y. M. C. A- technical
kaoekoat over Virgil Leclalre.
ISA pounds WUmer Tucker,
Portland, technical kaoekoat over
Fred PaTker, Chemawa.
R.F C. Advisory
Group is Named
Three Marioa county mea will
be on the all-state committee to
serve aa aa advisory group on
eeif-llquldattng projects to be fi
nanced by R. F. C. the gover
nor's of flee announced Tueaday.
Chosen from this district are
Thomas Ltvesley, S. F. Slada,
Stag one Courtney, Woodbura.
Twenty -one mea from Multnomah
eouaty were chosen, the commit
tee meeting for the first time
aext Saturday morning la Portland.
TNITfrinr During Present Safeway
J V Sales Contest
Q BRANDS TO CHOOSE FROM S
Ub. S2c XI &.
$2.05 2?i49c 3 79c
FREE CsmrkeTbearf Jigsaw Fozzlt
with Eaett rHtrrluuM
. . - at . '.
Mexican Communists Claim
Ex-war Secretary is
MEXICO CITY. Mareh SI
(AP) Steaiax of tha Dal ted
States embassy ta protest against
tbaapaatatmeat of Joaeahas Dan
iel- aa ambassador to Mexico was
reported today as. eommaalst
posters appeared crttclstng the ae-
Tha atoalag took plaee last Fri
day eight. Several- windows- of
tha embassy were broken. Police-
mea who guard tha embassy were
lured away from the baildlns; by
one gtonp while others rushed ta
.to ateae tha place.
Arthur Bliss Laae. charge d'at-
farea, who had just returned
from Washlngtoa. - reported the
iaeldeat to the foreign office aad
ta tha chief of police. The police
hare aot yet made the matter
public, aad it could not be learn
ed whether aay arrests bare been
Posters that appeared oa walls
today were signed "the central
committee of tha eommanist par
ty at Mexico section of the eom
maalst tnternationaL They call'
ad upon -alt aatMmeerallsts la
general to force Mr. Daniels
Captioned "oat with Daniels,
the placards described him a
"tha murderer of Axaeta aad TJr
Ibe." These Mexicans were killed
when Daited States forces leaded
at Vera Cms ta 1114. Mr. Daniels
wee secretary et the United States
navy at that time.
W. F. Flaaler. president of the
American chamber of commerce.
last week sent a telegram ta 8e
eertary Hall, protesting against
tha appolatmeat of Mr. Daniels.
The text of Mr. Flanleys tele
gram and Secretary Hull's reply
were aot made public here.
Six hnndred persons, the larg
est crowd to patronize aay ot the
evening lecture-musical programs
preeeated br the Willamette uni
versity faculty this school year.
attended tha last ot the series
Tuesday night ia Waller hall.
Setting for himself the uea-
Uea "Will Europe's Pot Boll Ov
er?" Dr. Alexander A. Taxakas,
of the department of modern
languages, concluded In his lec
ture that the answer depeaded
largely upon whether the United
States was willing to accept the
responsibility la world affairs
which Its present leadership en
Emphasising the progress that
has been made recently in such
backward couatrtee as Turkey.
Dr. tasakas asserted that the
principal peril te European and
world peace Ilea-la the Imperial
istic ambitions of Italy.
Professor T. S. Roberts in or
gan numbers and Professor Cam
eron Marshall la vocal selec
tions, were both well recefved.
Miss Carolyn Parker essisted at
Marioa eouaty will consent to
the state highway department's
program of taking over secondary
road maintenance work April 1
While the new law passed by the
last legislative session does not
become legally operative until
June 9, members ot the county
court yesterday said they would
agree to the department's wishes
which are that all secondary road
work la the county be placed la
the state's hands at once.
The local coaaty court Is not
pleased with the restricted
amount of money granted to this
coaaty Cor Its secondary roads,
the amount being ISS.000 for
II II aad the same amount tor
tin 25c lB.S?c
oniicl Sovo 2
COUrm YIELDS TO
1114. Ahoat SIMM aanaaUy
ta expected bat Maltaomah
county's faada wtn aw allocated
there instead of spread through
oat the atata, a custom whleh
prevailed before tha year. All
the malateaanee ami construction
work oa secoadarr roads here
after will be doaa by tha state
PARIS. March Si (AP)
Italya proposed four power
"peace dab" waa attacked la tha
chamber of deaatles todar br
Henry rraaklla-Boulloa as i
"abominable collusion between
Mr. MacDonald aad Signer Mus
The assaalt en the plaa by
the opposition to tha government
waa met by Premier Edouard Da-
ladler. who waa enthusiastically
cheered by the deputies. Defend
lug both Prime Minister Mac Don
aid of Great Britain aad the
Italian premier. M. Daladler r
fased to discuss the peace plaa
worked oat la their recent Rome
conference bat promised parlia
ment France woald take ao step
la the matter without Its kaewl-
Tha chamber, by a rote of
SI 5 to SIS. postponed interpella
tions made ta the foreign affairs
committee, particularly concern
ing the Maasollal plaa.
As Wife Slayer
PORTLAND. Ore.. Mareh SI
(AP) Edlaoa Tapper, young
Klamath Indian, today was sen
tenced te maximum ot It years
la prison for the killing of his
wife oa the Klamath reservation
last Jaauary. He waa convicted in
federal court here Saturday. Top
per was charged with beating his
wife to death with his fists and
then hurling her body from his
PEACE CLOB MEETS
Thursday Night at 0:30
ON THE STAGE L
Spring Fashion Revue
50 LIVING MODELS DISPLAYING
THE LATEST SPRING MODES
Styles aad Models Sponsored by tbe Following Firms:
SMART SHOP SHIPLEY'S BlILLER'S
MONTGOMERY WARD ft CO.
PRICE SHOE CO. BUSTER BROWN CO.
FLOWERS bj C. F. BREITHAUPT
ON THE STAGE
The famous Mellow Moon Orchestra aad Enter
tainers in a merry whirlwind of melody and mirth.
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
ft Jt I UNA MI
2 P JAMES
.: . r i ti.
Although farmers la the eoua
ty bare beea watehlag with la
tereet for the ealliag af a meeting
ot tha coaaty farm mortgage ad-
jaatmaat committee, ao each ses
sion baa beea called ta data. Saab
is tha taformatloa tram aaa af
tha members. t
The Marioa coaaty committee
waa appelated early ta February.
f onowtac atata. organisation
agreed apoa at a j meeting la Ba
rn, a M. Flummer of Portland
Is state chalrmaa aad L. TL
Brelthaapt of thb state college
Is secretary. . ;
Members of tha Marioa county
committee are: If; G. Ganderson,
Sllvertoa; Ray J. Otatt aad Geae
Courtney, secretary, et Wood
barn; Warren Gray. Marion, and
Ralph Zimmermaa. Aurora.
Farmers bare ' beea hopeful
that this farm mortgage adjust
ment move might be able to alle
viate their present concern te
Is Acting Head
SEATTLE, March SS (AP)
Prof. Hugo Winkenwerder, bead
of the feresrty department, Mon
day became acting president of
the University of Washington, but
will noi "attempt to reorganize
the schools aad colleges ae I shall
bo president oaly during the
spring quarter. !
My Immediate concern is the
university budget. aald Winken
werder. who assumed control or
the university after Dr. M. Lyle
Speneera resignation was accept
ed over the weekend by the board
of regents. '! hare beea told, al
though I have net had aa oppor
tunity to check the accuracy or
falsity of the reports, that there
are some inequalities In tbe sal
Today & Tomorrow
. . . Women will be deeply
touched at this girl's dra
matic story ... Men win
respect her whom the world
Today - Thwr. - Fri.
STAGE COMEDY COMES
HOT FROM BROADWAY
WITH EVERY THRILL . .
Paris . .?eUsT . Moscow
. whererer news was six
zHnr then jom. find
TRACY, who fcnated head
Uses . . and waistlines! . . .
BENTTA HUME - jfTS I
UNA MERKEL " fi 1 fl
JAMES GLEASON V i 1