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FOR O.E. LIES
Discontinuance of Service
For Passengers to be
. " Allowed, is Word ;
Ambitious Plans of Builders
-; Of - Line Entertained :
: -In 1903 Recalled " -
Twenty-fir yean ago boosters
In Salem and In Staxton -were
holdlar : enthoslastla meetlnrj,
looElnr towards the eonstrnetion
of a branch line of the Oregon
Electric railroad ' from this city
! to Stayton. : ' "
i i Testerdar i only one person
jdrs. Florence. Turner of Wood-
burn. aDBeared at the state utn
ties . commissioner's : office here
to protest against discontinuance
of the last passenger train on the
"Oregon Electric' line - between
here and ' Portland.. More , than
200 notices bad been sent out
by the commissioner, v notifying
the public of the meeting.
Impressive Showing ' .
Made by Baflroad .
. RenresentatiTes of the railroad
. made an Impressive showing and
it was indicated at the capitol
that the sennit to discontinue
service on May 14. lf3S, would
Testlmony offered showed that
the operating losses of the Ore
gon Electric had aggregated ssv
E92.4S4 from January 1. 128
to Anril 1. 133. In 1928 the
loes was $1,075,000, increasing
to $1,500,000 in 1$32. For the
first three months of this year
the Tailrod lost $311,000.
in the nine-months', period
ending April 30, 1033, the daily
vtnre of nassenrers oui
WillRecw im mircunri
UflUULU I UIIUIIL
His Novel Wins
- Pulitzer Prize
Signatures are Only
. Requirements to
Become law '
T. S. Striblinc. Sonthera jaovellst.
who.wao awarded the Fuitser
Frixe for the best novel pab.
Ilahed darmsr 19a ftr i
Americaa author for bis book
"The Store. The award car
ries a cash prize of fl.OOO.
IT PEACE SESSION
Crowd Laughs at Mayor and
25 out-of-Town men
Strike Goes on
ASTORIA, May 10 (AP)
Only 25 fishermen attended a
mass meeting called here tonight
by Mayor J. C. Ten Brook to de
termine, the "real sentiments" of
Portland to Salem was seven. An J the glllnetters who have been on
average of only four passengers sink e since tne commercial nsn
loft the station acre, one ai ai- i ins season openea jaay l
While more than 1000 persons
mostly fishermen, gathered in
front of the hall, the 25 men met
(Tarn to page 2, col. I)
WASHINGTON. May I".
(AP) The spectacular
. farm relief and Inflation
bill, launching the government on
a price lifting campaign of huge
Petitioners View . Advance
In Prices and Demand -'
Pay be Increased ; i
oOTVa, m good Growers say few Getting
as law, approved nnauy oy con
gress and lacking only routine
It Issued from congress just as
the department et agriculture
flashed out figures revealing the
United States faces Its dowest
wheat production of the century,
Top Figure, Unable to
Meet Wages Asked
Petitions calling for. higher
wages for workers in hop yards
and for hop pickers were ready
of the vast surpluses piled up in
the past tew years. The depart
ment reported the lowest winter
wheat crop expectation since
Secretary Weodin indicated
the Inflation powers might not
lem and throughout the valley by
"voters who pledge ourselves to
rote against all beer measures as
long as the hopgrowers are taking
advantage of depression prices by
The petitions, headings ef which
bV talked if the buddteg 1'
omie restoration progressed sat
The huge bill vests unprece
dented permissive powers in the
president to Inflate credit and
currency and to devalue the dol
lar down to fifty per cent; and in
the secretary of agriculture to
raise commodity prices through
marketing agreements, produc
tion control and a processing tax.
with compensatory tariffs on com
peting foreign products.
It could not be signed today be
cause it lacked the name of
Speaker Ralney, who with Vice
President Garner must attest to
its passage through congress.
Final action in the senate to
day saw the Norris-Slmpson cost
of production guarantee plan
eliminated by vote of 48 to 33.
May-Queen and r
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NOT PROVED Iti
CASE OF GODON
COUNTY IS BEHIND
FARMERS UIIN TO
6ATHER AT DALLAS
bany and two at Eugene.
Arrived Early in 108 -.
The first passengers to arrive
in Salem on the Oregon" Electric
lines came Monday, January 20,
l08,ullghtly more than 28 years
ago. The Statesman in describing
the first run of the train, with
passengers, from Portland here,
declares: "No accidents marred
the pleasure of the trip, the pas
sengers greatly enjoying them
selves In the handsome new
coaches. , . DALLAS. May 10 Plans are
Three hours w.'W'wd J nearly completed for the annual
make the run irom wniu Oregon Farmers' Union conven
6alem as the road was new ana Uon to be he,d here May 23.25t
the baUaBt not settled. The ser-1 CCOTdln io u h. McBee. of
vice was expected to ne cui qowb Dallag Btate president. Several
to one and one-hair nours in i hundrei visitors are expected
time and eventually to one now, i Tfae program wm open t It
between Salem and Fortiana. . m. Tuesday, with invocation
The first regular passenger by H R RiCiards, past sUte
frIn schedule Started Weanes- I nrPBtdAnt welcome h-r Mror
day. January 22, 1908. One train jjj g Fin8eta and R. W. Hogg,
left Salem at 8 a.m. lor rorx- president of tho Polk county nn
land and another left at 2 p.m. Hon, response hy A. R. Shumway
The ticket office of the line was g. w p0tts. address bv Max
originally in the Capital Drug Gehlbar, state agriculture direc-
ctore. i I tor, greetings from the Washing
Wilsonville Bridge j ton Farmers' Union by Jesse Vet-
AVan MoMt Modern ; I ter. president
The first trial run over the J The afternoon will be devoted
Haw line was made December to business matter, and at 8:15
30, 1907. The run was In charge j o'clock Homer Young will tell of
of R. li. Donald, chief engineer the Union Oil company coopera-
of the Barstow '& company f irm j tlve at North Kansas City, Mis
vhifh ha rharse of constructing I souri.
the line from Portland here, j The convention banquet will be
Pnwr from electricity alone I held At the Dallas Christian
was used. The coaches on - the I church Wednesday night. Thurs
trin were the same type as were day will be given over to business,
lIBMl hV the OreKOn JliieCiriC com- I citvuuu "U uaimiauuu ui
pany throughout its 25 years ot cers.
The rates on the new line were
made slightly below those pre
vailing on the Southern Pacific
at that time. One-way tickets be-
tween Salem and Portland cost
11.50! round-trip tickets 82.75
with a weekend round trip off
ered for 82.
"The bridge lu3t completed, by
the company, spanning theWll
lamette river at Wilsonvilfe is
said to be the most modern and
massive bridge for electric rail
way operations in this county,
a newspaper, account of the day
stated. "The; bridge Is 70 feet
above low, water; the scenic feat
ures ot the line at this point are
worth traveling many miles' to
Promoters of Line '
Bad Extensive Flans . v
The promoters ot the electric
line had great plans for its de
- velopment. A line was to be run
to Hlllsboro, connecting with , the
main line at Garden Home. This
line was built. A connection was
planned with the Lytle road,
leading te the Tillamook coun
try where the terminal was to
be at Bay City. This lln was
A. Welch, engaged in promot
tog the line, talked of branches
from Salem to Silverton, from
Salem to. Polk county, from Sa
lem to Stayton and Mehama. La
'. ter in 1908 a large chamber of
i commerce dinner was held with
- the . Salem and Stayton organi
sations . participating. Scores - of
. - t men in Stayton expressed . them
selves in favor ef building -sa
electric line to Salem, said such
a line 'would pay from the day
It was . constructed and ' offered
1 to put money into the project.
Planned to Cross
- Cascade Mountains
The projected line to Eugene
. was much talked In 1908 and
franchises : tor the line through
Marion Puts $4,246,400 in
Fund More Than it has
PORTLAND, Ore., May It
(AP) Multnomah county has
contributed 834,158,(00 more to
state highway funds that it has
received in return and Douglas
county has received 17,362,6001
more than it has contributed, it
was disclosed in a study by the
state highway department, the
results of which were released
(Turn to page 2, col. 1)
Cars Crash ffear
West Salem, One
of 15 and 20 cents an hour while
hopgrowers are getting "45 and
50 cents a pound for hops.'
The petitions set forth a wage
scale which the signers think
equitable. Hourly rates for field
work are set at SO cents, irrespec
tive of hop prices. This rate is in
creased to. 35 eents for 40 cent
hops, 40 cents for 50 cent hops
and 60 cents for 60 cent hops. If
prices go higher, wages must be
proportionate, declares the peti
Ask No Foreigners
Be Given Employment
The proposed scale for picking
on the petition is 17 cent hops,
fl a hundred pounds; 25-cent
hops, 81.25 a hundred; 30-cent
hops, 81.50 a hundred; 40-cent
hops, 31.75 a hundred; 50-cent
hops, 82 a hundred.
"Only American citizens who
are residents of Oregon are to be
hired" either for picking or doing
other work in the hop yards, the
Agitators for a high wage for
the hop laborer right now lose
sight of the fact that only a com
paratively few hopgrowers are
enjoyftg the top prices which
have prevailed the last It days,
while a large percentage ot the
.growers sold at prices from 14
cents to 18 eents and have long
term contracts at these low tlg
(Turn to page 2, col. 1)
Jean Hoch, junior at Northwest
ern university at Evaaston, D1-,
. has good reason for this charm
tag smile. Not only wae ahe
voted the -traiversity's most
popular co-ed, but wae also
chosen "Queem of the May
, daring the campus celebrations
PAY TAXTO STATE
$71,000 Payment to Come
From Road Fund June 1;
Tax Receipts Slow
Jury out Four Hours, Finds
Lacey Death not due to
Lack ot Caution
Attempt to Show Purpose
Of Hunter was to Feed
Family, Ruled out
Out.. slightly over four hours.
a. circuit court jury here last
night returned a verdict of not
guilty in the case of Alloulsa
Godon, who was indicted by the
'First war Scare for Peiping, Home of 1200 Americans;
Bomber Circles, Police Gunners Fire; but Range is
Too Great; Drive on North China now Expected to
Extend to key Cities
tFit.!m9Atn Control Lwan River Territory, After March on
Several Centers In Triangle Wanted for Neutral Zone;
Chinese Give Ground in Most Cases; Fighting Almost
Within Sound of Peiping Causes Fears
"DEIPING, May 11 (AP) A Japanese bombing plan
shooting and killing of Gordon
Lacey while hunting In the hills
above Silverton late last month.
Relatives of Godon were at the
courthouse to rejoice with him at
his regaining his freedom.
Intentional killing of Lacey
was not, maintained by the state.
Ill JfiZfZFSJZE XT circled over this ancient city of nearly two million to-
ir Yr. V. dav and was fired mon by Chinese police machine gunners.
with Lacey and a companion It was the first real war scare for the old capital, th
were hunting deer at the time residence of 1,200 Americans since the Sino-Japanese hoe-
or tne ratai accident tilitiea bezan.
t, MSSrJ: The Americans include more than 500 marines who are
nreDared to aid in defense of the foreign colonies.
dental, its effort to state as evi- The bombine plane flew over the northern section ot
dence that Godon was in the PpfoW the forbidden city, within whose walls are the old
woods attempting to obtain meat fmprial palace and sacred temples from which valuable
Kil' LLZltt consist- relics were removed and shipped, south, several weeks ago.
.vc ... .
ed ot H. W. Zobell, Gladys El
liott. Nellie N. Haynes, Elma M.
McKay. May P. Myers, Leona K.
Krenz. Alois Keber. Maud M.I
Tweed.. Theresa Ruef. W. J.
Rammage and Isabell Highber-
raw AID TO
DEFENSE Ifl BAB
CASE TO BE HEARD
Marion county Is ready to pay
the first halt of her 1932 state
tax. amounting to S71.000, but
riAvment will nrobably not be
made until the end of May, coun
ty officials said yesterday. The
tax to the state Is not due until
Jane 1, and inasmnch as the
county is drawing interest at 2
per cent on the money, payment
will be deferred.
1 Marlon county levied no tax for
state Jiurpesee this year, prefer
ring to use an road fund accumu
lated In good times to make the
payment. The county is the only
one In Oregon which did not have
fn l&n h. tax inn nnt OI ini ... .. . . a ,
f' ;.7Th r. nav the V" mi.aerm" "'"" ments of veterans for service con
tii wUhoVt increasing It. wsr- disabilities would be re-
rant debt or nutting the county 1" .TO.!e? with a view to making
. w,rrntbUi. "A"" ""V""' the cuts less severe.
. . . . :: . . ... UteS. WIUOHl proiesi or ipewura I . j v. ounhsn
Tne aisinci auorney s omcw . f-0. from council or sallerr. " ,: -
ha. ruled that the county court ftS? Sorffi: -cretary to the president.
can divert road runas ror tne w M changing block 11, Highland
pose of paying the state tax The addlUon Irom clM, residential
rviu l uuui we)u inok a cvi w
AOne Lnanfife Less Severe Cuts Possible
i ... ...
Hfl4r KXA Now says siaxemeni oy
lUclU LU A1U Roosevelt's Aide
t- TaT J.
I .nPrrV Vli-T1 WASHINGTON. May 10 (AP)
J I The White House announced
tonight that economies to be ef
fected through reduction of pay-
The modern, or Chinese city.
comprising the southern sertiea
of Peiping, wss greatly alarmed.
Machine gunners at a police
headquarters In the western oat
skirts of the city fired on the
plane but It was flying too high
for the fire to be effective.
to Class III business sone to per-
siaie ana were Bn cuuctm .gsociatlon to erect Its process-
from license rebates from the
-As a result of conferences be
tween the president, the national
commander ot the American Le-
TOKYO, May 11 Thursday
(AP) The extent ot the Japan
ese drive in the coastal area ef
north China already has exceeded
last month's offensive'and conoid- .
erable forces haTe crossed the
Lwan river, said Rengo (Japan
ese) news agency dispatches
from the front today.
Japanese forces were reported
to have seized the line along the
Lwan river extending from the
Great Wall as far as Yungtiag.
This point Is 25 miles south ef
the wall and approximately 145
miles northeast of Tientsin. It la
direct taxes on
Tax receipts for
EUGENE, Ore.. May 10
(AP) The theory of -despera-
fttt leasnlt naeenAla eivtf von. I m ' m s4 V
' e- I I ax receipts tor j "a'r ji-,-,. vin r It law at once
eral Inaecountabillty were out- been slow at the eourthouse. The d.lnanceJ il5.Il.ifw.1.'t
lined tentatively by defense coun- second turnover from the sheriff s " -
sel tonight as they strengthened office to the treasurer was made
lnr slant there. Mayor Dourlas
McKay last night signed tne or-
their lines and reorganised their this week and consisted of only
Officers of the growers' asso-
... 7r i .ov.6m-i.cu ion woei. tuu cuubiiu i vuij rf.t0n ... nr.Dared to start con
Woman is Hurt I Xt L
Mrs. Curtis Wooley of Edge
water street. West Salem, suffer
ed a severe eut above the right
eye and the new automobile driv
en by her husband was badly
damaged when it was struck hy a
sedan driven by Charles A. Boyd
of Albany at the intersection of
Wallace road and the Salem-Dallas
highway early last night.
Though witnesses said Boyd was
driving on the wrong side of the
road, the ' Wooley's declined fil
ing a complaint against him.
; A front wheel was smashed
and an axle bent on the Boyd
Banks, 62, former Medford news
paper publisher and orcbardist,
who with his wife, Edith Rober
tlna Banks, is on trial here for
first degree murder.
There was no court session to
day, both sides having been giv
en time to gather loose ends In
the case which Involves the slay
ing of Constable George Pres-
glon, Louis Johnson, and the dl- on the left bnlL et the riTer
rector of budget, tne touowing
conclusions hare been rescued:
"As a result of the application
of the veterans' regulations. It
now eeems that the cut In com
pensation of service - connected
world war veterans with specific
injuries has been deeper than was
originally intended. Tne reguia-
152,000. While a numoer or tax T".-7 . ' nprmit the onginaiiy mienaea. me irtUi
peyments have been made which to.telJ- ltstno0f "trh cherrle! tlon "d "hdle9 in thla rMDeCt
are not receipted, due to last ' J"ar7,iu will.therefore.be reviewed so as
The Chinese were said to he
fleeing in the direction of Fear
jun, with the Japanese In pursuit.
Fengjun is 10 miles northeast ef
Japanese troops also have cap
tured Changlf. 9 miles south of
the wall. Fierce fighting was re
ported at Anshan.
minute payment . before May 6,
receipts for the year are certain
to be the lowest In percentage
since the turn of the century, if
not In the county's history.
and prunes to eastern market this
cott of Medford who was shot Most Drenching
Showers ot Year
Clog Up Drains
Devers Asks Project List
Substitute Ferry Upsets
Shantytown Depopulated '
. Broom Firm Raises Wages
IS at he went to the Banks house
to serve a warrant on the pub
State's attorneys expect to con
clude their case some time to
morrow, me aeiense toaay naa tlij .ih .t Hmh.
t AVASkMl. I a-ra UbV Tfivu a-aev tuve -
uuimoaca lurwusu ,nJ ,nowers of the year, the off!
whom an attempt will be made clal galem raln gage added an
to snow uuit rtanaa, persecaieu
to the point of desperation by
corrupt and. malicious county of
ficials, finally, as a concluding
gesture of an overwrought mind,
lifted bis rifle and killed the
officer whom his mind embodied
as the cause of his misfortunes.
to effect more equitable levels of
payment. Careful study also will
be made of the otber regulations'
and their affects.
"Br reasons of the burden in
cident to re-rating and in order
that undue hardship will not be
fn Hlllic' HanIQ wolicatiou of adjudication of
veterans' administration will not
For Rf.C. Loan
Japanese troops are reported te
be In control of the Lwsn river,
boundary of a triangle the ia
vaders want for a neutral tone,
after a victorious' march on sev
eral cities beyond the river la
Yungping. 25 miles south of the
Chinese wall, Sahochla. ten miles
below the important Hsifeng
Pass, Tsienan, and Changli.were
said in Japanese reports to have
ittnr,... rtirL Vnwt ve- be closed as has been reported, i v,. T. ..
terday completed the city's appll- except where It hss eJerJ uekn by air. arUllery. and ia-
catlon for a 195,000 Reconstruc u"""usc '"- i rantry
vinano wmAratnn iiuii f nr I ties are not necessary,
. ,nni,.int An nn ti "It is not contemplated that
Willamette rWer here. government hospitals will be clos-
trnil.m t W1H rat attonaeT. ea penamc carriui. biuu.ux
-ui t.v. ts. nniiHtinn with him lumT or t&e enure nospuai ui
noon to tne total ramian ior mmj. ,-rVhn he leaves tor Wash- nation. This of necessity, w
resent Willamette valley cnamDers , vv
s s Teaa aaa ca 7 a aa a? s v a auq w
h.rA 4i. mrA f armr enrln- 'Thomas F. Crable. route five.
other .35 inch yesterday after
noon to the total rainfall for May,
' GOOD PROSPECT SEEN
PORTLAND, Ore., May 10
( AP) J. M. Devers, represent
ing the Oregon state highway
commission, telegraphed to Ore
gon today for a list of projects,
the sum needed and the approxi
mate labor to be employed on
the road 'and bridge program
nronosed to be undertaken with
public works funds, a apeciai ui
natch from Washington, D. C, to
the Oregonlan stated today. Dev
ers is in Washington In the in
terest of the urogram. " "
The dlsnatch said that tne
public works bill will provide a
lamp .sum for public works, but
will not specify or catalogue mi
projects. It further said that the
till.,.- la - sufficiently eomprenen
slve to Include Oregon" highway,
bridges and flood control pro
jects. : . '."" '
. ' PASSENGERS SPILLED
J INDEPENDENCE, May 10
(Special) Five patrons of the
Aiithoard motor boat, which la
beiac used pending repair ot tne
Marion-Polk county ferry, were
ntuea into the Willamette river
hero when-, tho ear rent overturn
ed the" boat. All escapes saieiy
to shore. Wlllard Lawrence, fer
ryman, was piloting the- small
craft.' ' .
The regular ferry boat Is laid
up while Its broken cable across
the river Is being replaced. Last
week- the ferry broke loose and
landed on a spit some distance
down river, ,
proclaiming to the world to
day i that the population of his
community has been decreased by
more than half.
The village Is
Portland, ore.. May io No Further Rise
(AP) The mayor of at least one rr r
village In this country was proud- n tlOD ITriCe IS
two and one-half inch mark.
Storm sewers proved unable to
carry off the sudden rush of wa
ter which began streaming from
the clouds Just before S p.m. and
continued for an honr. Several
streets were flooded from curb
Cloudy weather is predicted
for todsy by the government me-
Another Japanese source' said
Japanese aviators bombed Miyua,
only 35 miles north of the inter
national area at Peiping. in which
more than 2500 Americans live.
Chinese military authorities
said Jspanese aviators had bosas
ed two Chinese towns west of the
Lwan river, and fears that the
hostilities were approaching dae-
eers to approve canalising the was Jailed by city police last nignt gM.oaBjy clo,e to TienUIll
Announced Here te0P0l0Blcal "erT,ce
rnnflrmitlAii tt rAnnrted bon
Shantytown,! Taa,.iv larkter at the
and the deserters were from the ci0Se of the day. though it Is said
army ot the unemployed.
Mayor" Leaf disclosed that
202 of the 342 "residents" of
Shantytown have . slung their I tween dealers
locally the price did not go beyond
65 cents paid Tuesday, with ru
mored exception of
TAtin .tnri v.n-1 on . cfc&rre of beinr drank. H
tta m iiev imv th in An I wxm arresiea on m aoumu u
tor the city. 1 street.
Recall ot two Silverton
Board Members Proposed
Leaders of the Chinese north
ern armies discussed the increas
ingly difficult position at a con
ference In Peiping. Foreign res
idents of Peiping believe that city
and Tientsin will be occupied
eventually by the Jspsnese.
packs on their backs and struck
PLOWS WITH AUTO
bii.vkbton. Mar 10 (Spec-, Robert Goets from bis duties as
PORTLAND. Ore.. May 10. I ,n Motions were adopted at a superintendent.
trades be- (AP) Wong Back Cheung, qhin- mass meeting here, tonight to re- .The boara called i a special
ese from Chicago, defeated Ever call Dr. R. E. juemsorge ana n.
niv-. u .u vivi.... nvi.iiAmi takiaffln n.x.n mm laat elected mem- I xn circulation ana nirea
out for places of employment, m4d9 at . Sonoma yesterday, with two falls out of three in the main J bars of the school board at Sll- I Ootx. 4.11' ?eh
most oi tnern going to jodi w 61 centl oa 200 bales. Three hun- event of tonight's wrestling esra verton. I. u. woraen h , '
ready awaiting Jthem In logging dred baleg of 1953, were cpntract- here. w Boesch were proposed- as recall plaliitng that
camps or tne nonnwesi. 1 ed at 10 cents. Both' these were Ted Thye, 100, Portland, and candidates to nu tne vacancum. -",-' '."Tr'l." V
confirmed. Sonoma high on spot. Richard :StaU. til. .Qj.-'rh.m9.!&-!M " riTTSfSi . vJ" v.,".
was 00 cents, five eents nenina wrestled live rounds to a craw in choose two canaMiw 1 i.fVT." .11..
(AP) A family who moved onto p.- market ter
combined business with pleasure Gandul Weaker
ana tne neignnors are viewing
the experiment with. Interest.
The eon gets to drive the fam
ily automobile but "Joy rides-
Over the farm, while tne ratner
guides the plow tied Jo the Tear
axle. : ' -. . . .
tia aMnUwtndnn. ; racaaclea of M. Conraa ana tu n
Fred Maraccl. 171." Warren, Irish, whoso terms expire w jh
Ore took a fall -from Heinle OMH. B. Jorgenson and A. J.
uin IVf Tnrtlant I ara war nominated.
. Alt O. Nelson openea we iuw-
people to "forget differences and
consider only the best for the
school district, the community 1
and tho children." ;
The group elected the follow
ing to serve as a recall committee !
x tic jL7ay in
(By the Associated Press)
Senate completed final ae
tlo ess farm-relief Inflation
measure 'afejy abandoalag cost
of prod act km snaraatee prevision.
srUU BOOST 5 PER CEST-4 --"pdRTLAND;
Ore.; May 10
(AP) J.- A, .Bennedict, : general
manager ot the Zan Broom com
pany of ' Portland, announced to-
. a m . T- .
AttfiT r PSTlTll? - IV wi xm . ti s-t. ball and explained
- - ' - nament opened here tonight when friends of tho band boys andthoga obj, Gilbert Mosher, Georgo Kirk
1 - .. .ml,. ni. v.ill. Mmnatkv with tfle MUUOM aas vninw iwaica. '
vtl , ' aiaM: -hlch have been clreuUtlne. W. : Mr. Kelson eald; -In Justice to
xne - . ..." . - . MtA trninartrr lone member ef the board. T mail
. hoiuh mmm "- '
ortHAA ABicbt bv ' hl own nhy-1 Semi-finals and finals will
slelan as -exhausted but not un-1 staged tomorrow r ight. i , i
Anw in from the fast he began l . Results tonight mciuaea:
Monday. A ; - ; I ! pounds Max Bigey,' Sa-
The nhvaiclan. after examining lem T, defeated WUlard' Fox,
5 v. fim'i... inmaaAdt a frail ttolitlcal and ; snirltual I Portland, pin fall In 4 :13.
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the wages of Its tmployea e per leader wno emnaraea I -rr '"rCI! I attention had been paid to tho
cent, effective immediately. The weew last in protest agaB "T' .l , netitions which -contained so
plant employe. SS persons. l mtuDuuj, nm ,w .. . llnatgm. The petitions
... v . - tiT,AA . tha aba
l At... a. m a era ..
secreUry. i . . : -k T 1 ,7 . w. . w
E. Boesch, chairman ox tne pe- i eiecMa o ui ooara so xaaae
tltlon committee, reported that
; "In spite of all our petitions w '
sure got a sUp in tne iaco oy
tho school board. Ho explained
.. . . . . . . . i I ...j ...a . f th.
Benedict saia tnai impnTeu i jpuku r. I . -' WI t 1 V I rfmd te
business condition, are directly rapid fall I. Mr. . CandW- wnu A for tho release
responsible for tho lncreaso. Uon so soon. land, decision. ymca aaeu
motion thai a It per cent eut la
salaries bo made but Jie was over
ruled and compromised on a. 7 4
per cent cat. Someone In the
group asked for reasons for re
call and Mr. Boesch said: -Lack
of economy is one excuse."
: L D. Worden,' who was later
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President Roosevelt nomiaated
Eugene ' Black: ot Atlanta, as
member ot the federal ' reserve,
board, .which he la expected te.
head. '; ;
Senate 'passed aeodltVd
hostse bOl to wreveat peblicm
Uoa ef dlplotsatie code wee
ages by gof eramft esnpleyea.
Permanent banking' reform -
bills were Introduced by Senstor
Glass (Dem. Va.), and Chairman
B tea gall (Dem, Ala.), of .house
banking committee, ' ;
.- . President. Rooeevcb: anperia-
tended drafting of cooahlswd v
rolantary tadosttr cetrel awl
federal public worts
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