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The OREGON CTATESMAN. Salcnv Oregon Wednesday Morning, May 241933'
Losses of Company In Last
Two Years are Given as
- tCoaUaasd from sf I)
that neither he nor the partners
f the eonoera had paid Income
taxes for the last two yean.
Throughout the thrill-pacfced
day af croaa examination, tha us
ually reticent and retiring banker
- tat oomfortably In a!, witness
chair and seemed to enjoy dis
closing Information never before
told about tha. operation ot his
He disclosed that the total as
sets ot the private banking house
' at the closa of '193 Z were 1424.
. 7I3.09S and that It had deposits
of about SS4f,00O,OOO. . .
A list of move than 19 corpor
ations doing hnslnesa la interstate
commerce that, had deposit of
more tha IMOO.OOQ each. In his
bank, was giren the committee by
the gray haired,-C 5-year-old fl
uencies. . . . . '
TThlt aad a mass ot oiher infor-
matioa that even t her fa mo us Pujo
"money trust, investigation of Jl
years age XaUed.to develop from
his father was handed the, com
mittee with a smile, but John W.
Daris, counsel for the bankers Intervened-
to prevent supplying the
partnership agreement under
which tha firm operates.
Darts, a former . presidential
candidate, ; insisted this was a
"private matter.? but the commit
tee later In executive session de
cided to ask for It anyway with
the understanding that it would
decide whether to make the
agreement public. .
Tha Chemeketans announce the
first trip.ot the season to their
lodge en the Breitenbush river one
aad one half miles below the hot
springs, for next week end, Msy
27 and 28.
Cars will leave the Jennie Lind
st 1:38 Saturday afternoon, and
the transportation charge for the
round trip will be 3 1.50. Beds and
eating equipment must be taken
by individuals: the club will fur
nish the food and Burt Crary will
be there to serve three hearty
meals at a price of 25 cents each.
- Dr. C. A. Downs, president, re
quests the attendance of as many
persons as possible as at this time
the attractive lodge, which has
been loaned to the club by Dr.
Laban Steeves. Is to be opened and
put into condition for an active
Warm clothing and beds should
be taken, as winter conditions
msy linger, but assurance has been
given that the road will be open.
There will be plenty of snow for
those who wish to play in it
Registration at the Jennie Lind
Is necessary before Friday night.
W. M. Hsmiltoa will have charge
of the trip.
Continued from page 1)
were found dead In the water shed
an Silver creek leading Into the
Mr. McCleary said late Tuesday
afternoon that he bad received
oral instructions from District At
torney Trlndle to inspect the dis
posal of the carcasses and see that
they had been properly disposed
of by Thursday night ot this week.
Mr. McCleary also admitted that
daa to existing conditions there
has been a water shortage In the
supply at Silver ton. Water from
the Silver creek source 'has been
unfit for use, he said, and only
water from tha Ablqua supply has
been used. After Mr. Porter has
taken care of the disposal of the
carcasses the water system from
Silver creek will be flushed for
week before being used.
f DAYTON DROPS GAME
bATTON, May 22 The Day
ton town baseball team lost to the
Grand Ronde Indians here Sunday
8 to 0. i
CASE IS FIEPDRTED
ARE HERE AGAIN!
Here's another of our popular "Dollar Day" excursions over
the Decoration Day holidays. Roundtrips to almost every
where in the West for about If a mile good on all trains.
Start your trip on one of these dates:
iVlZYSr 20 27- 20 29 SO
. B bock by midnight. Jum 6tb.
''Klamath Falls !
: Blarshfield i
A. F. Noth, Agent
Passenger pepot, 13th and Oak .... -
Daily Calls of School
Bell Heard no More as .
-Books Closed Until Fall
SCIO. May 23. The urogram
for the annual commencement for
tha ScIo and community grade
schools has been announced by
E. P. Caldwell. ScIo seventh and
eighth grade teacher.. The exer
cises will be held Wednesday
alght. May 31. at the Christian
church at 8 p. m. 31 r. Ray Pur
nam, superintendent of schools at
Albany will give the address, and
James Bennett, county school lup-
erintendent,-will present the dip
lomas. : Tha program inclades: Proces
sional. Ruby Rosprafka; invoca
tion Rev. Victor Loucks; tatuta
tory. Ella Hall; class hUtory, Al
iens McDonald; vocal duet. Miss
Deris Clark, and Miss Mildred
Gardner; class prophecy, Velma
Paloa; class will. Lowell Myers;
sea. euartet ef S. H. S valedic
tory. Loris Hollis; address, sup
erintendent Rex Purnam; vocal
duet. Mrs. Clean Thurston and
Miss- Mary Lois Goar; presenta
tion ot class, E. P. Caldwell: pn
seutation of diplomas, Mr. Ben
The class roll Includes Leona
AsP. Johnie Beclcka, Henry Chrs,
Anna Taltus. Ella Hall, Andy
Hetxendorf. Lorls liollis. Ailed
McDonald. Aliens McDonald, Las
Sell Myers. Velma Palon and Vir
Since there will he no issue ot
the "Sphinx." Scio high school an
nual, this year, the seniors are
working out a small typed annual
that will Include the class ron.
indirldusl activities, class activi
ties and the class will, history and
prophecy. Helen Miller was ap
Doiated editor br Velorls Cren
shaw, senior class president.
School Closes Friday
CENTRAL HOWELL. May 23
Friday. May 28 will be the last
day ot School and the annual an
day picnic for patrons of the
school. There will be a basket
dinner at noon for all residents.
Prospect School Out
LIBERTY, May 23 The Pros
pect school finished its year Fri
day and held Its closing exercises
that night. There was no eighth
grade at this school this year. The
program in charge of the teacher,
Sabins Schmidt, was as follows:
tap dance, Claudlne Smith and
Arka Surglon; songs, Lillie May
aad Bertha Goettman; play, Cin
derella; reading, Claudlne Smith;
Charleston in negro costume, Bev
erly Barnes and Arka Surgeon;
reading, Beverly Barnes; negro
minstrel. The Meetin , wTitten by
Miss Schmidt, made a great hit
with the crowd. The following
children took part: Billle Wane,
Richard Stark, Betty Bradley,
Walter Stark, Katherlne Bradley,
Raymond Smith, Leone Surgeon,
Claudlne Smith, Beverly Barnes,
and Arka Surgeon.
A camp fire community weiner
rosst was enjoyed.
Popcorn Pupils Done
ORCHARD HEIGHTS, May 23
Popcorn school closed Frldsy
with a picnic and weiner roast
with mothers of pupils as guests.
Friday night at the final P. T. A.
meeting of tha year, the two
eighth grade graduates, Dorothy
Southwick and Laurence Simmons
were presented diplomas hy Coun
ty Superintendent Josiah Will.
Pupils on the roll of honor for
the entire year were Ruth Wilson,
Ross McDowell, Donald Wilson,
Milton Southwick and Arm on Mc
Dowell. Mrs. Cash Roberts re
cently donated to the school li
brary a number of books. Friday
night's program included readings
by Mr. Lelnlneer and Miss Lenon,
of Salem, and numbers by the lo
cal orchestra. Miss Josephine
Smith, teacher, returned Monday
to her home In Portland. She will
teach here next year.
Has Beet Record
BETHEL, May 23 Lois Ham
rick Is the only pupil ef the
school who has a perfect attend
ance record for the entire year.
Pupils with perfect attendance for
the last month: Edward Schulz,
Dean Lauderback, Lois Hamrick,
Gertrude Froehlich, Billy and
Wallace Kirk, Leisla Darr, Wan
da and Werna Friehlich, Betty
Boling, Coralee Nichols, Alfred
Bobnsen, John Bucurench, Dor
othea Froehlich, Lorraine Kirsch
er, Norma June Boles, Ha Mae
Creech and Jean Hain.
Valley BeU Ceases
SPRING VALLEY, May 21 -
School here closed Saturday with
an all day picnic on tha school
grounds. Eighth grade graduates
were Juanita Counts, Clair
Counts, Arthur Vungen, Ha Marie
3.1 S Los Angeles
Versteeg, and Arvella Snyder.
County Superintendent Wills pre
sented the diplomas.
Program numbers were given
by Ivy Swenwold, Blossom Counts,
Jesse? Sohn, Virginia Findley, Aus
tin Counts, Cloydine Davidson,
Dorothy . Wilson, Mar jorie Mat
thews, Edna McClure, Gladys
Crawford and Mrs. Wilson, and
Mrs. Stratton. Games were en
joyed in the afternoon, and a
danea at Stratton's hall. ,
I MIDDLE GROVE. May 23
The annual eighth grade gradua
tion exercises will be held at the
Middle Grove church Wednesday
at 8 p. m. The program: Invoca
tion, Rev. H. .R. Scheuerman;
salutatory, Margaret Baker; class
introduction, 'Norman- McCallls-
ter; an appreciation, Elaine Ed
wards; class history, . Charles
Bongert; advice to seventh grade,
Gertrude Steinka; seventh grade
response. Lea Hammer; parting
gifts. Earl Hammer; valedictory.
David Bartrulf; presentation ot
diplomas, Mary L. Fulkerson; ac
ceptance of - diplomas, Charles
Steinke; address, Rev. Seheuer-
man; vocal solo,- Katharine
Scharf, accompanied by Genevieve
Scharf; benediction. Rev, Scheu
erman. . ! Graduates- ara Margaret Baker;
Gertrude Steinka, Elaine Ed
wards. David Bartraff, Norman
McCaMater, Charles Bsngert, Earl
Hammer and Charles Steinke.
4-H Program Held
. HAZEL . GREEN. May 23
School closed Monday with a pro
gram by the 4-H cooking clubs.
The 4-H club presented the lead
err Mrs. Louis Wampler, a gift.
Tha community club financed
awards, given as follows: first,
Dorothy Dunnigaa; second. Bern
Ice Lehman; third. Beatrlae
Johnson; boys', first, Donald Dua
nigan; second, Melvin Lehman;
third, Clinton Wampler and Or
ville Dunnigaa tied. Cookies,
first. Harriett Dunnigan; second,
Ralph Smith; third. Caroline
Kasper. Judges for cakes: Mrs.
Robert Massie, Mrs. Peter Woel
ke, Mrs. Alexander Scharp; cook
ies, Mrs. Edward. Dunnigan Sr.,
Mrs. Fred Chapman Sr., Mrs. A.
T. Van Cleave.
The teachers. Mrs. Veda Miller,
principal. Miss Margaret Barquist,
primary, were given gifts by the
school. Ralph Smith made the
presentation. A ball game was
partly played between the boys
and married men. Maroni Van
Cleave was hurt. The game was
A capacity crowd greeted the
eighth grade graduates Friday
night when Dr. Schults ot Will
amette university, gave the ad
dress. Frank Johnson Jr., gave
the valedictory. The graduates
are: Kiml Tada, Tom and Kay
Mlo, Charles Shelly, Frank John
son Jr., Bernard! Ziellnskl, Ralph
Lenrman. Ralph Lehrman, Grand
Ronde, gave harmonica solos.
Instructions .for the annual
school election to be held In the
majority of districts In Marlon
county Monday, June is, were
sent out yesterday by Mrs. Mary
L. Fulkerson, county school su
The chairman ot each board.
under the Oregon law, serves as
Judge of election and other mem
bers of the board act as clerks.
Tha notices of tha meeting
must set a specific time for the
gathering and election polls must
be open for at. least one hour on
Within five days after election,
tha ballots and tha tabulations
of results made by the election
boards, are to be forwarded to
the county seat where the dis
trict boundary board canvasses
This year, for the first time.
a ooara oi education for non
high school districts is to be
elected. Five members from the
non-high school area will com
prise tha bosrd one being elect
ed from each of five zones which
constitute the non-high school
Tonight Pal Night
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I Pal Ticket
i ADMIT ONE when pre-
i sented with one 25e paid
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Good Tonjjght Only - May 24 J
Grand Theatre I
Governor and Thomas Next;
List of Reductions is
Now Made Public
State supreme court Justices
who have taken reductions at
etther IB or 28 per cent from
their base pay ot 17508 annually
are tha highest paid officials In
Oregon's official family, revised
records at the statehousa reveal
after recent salary euta.
.Next in line comes tha governor
with a salary ot 1828 a month re
dtced to 9437.58 and Utilities
Commissioner Thomas who also
has been reduced from 8JJ5 to
9437. Second high is R. H. Bald-
oek who as state highway engi
neer has been reduced from 888
to $420. Tha lowest compensa
tion tar executives under tha new
scale la received by Clara C. Pat
terson, bead at tha girls training
school and 8am Laughlin. head of
tha hoys' school, each of which
have been reduced from 1180 to
list a month
Tha old and new salary scales
at tha statehousa follow:
Ms Gshlhsr. arl 41r.4S7t.tT 1tZt.l4
u a. van wuucM, .t .
actor CMwral - 41t.IT
A. A. Schramm. ..-
baak nM. , , iOO.es ITS.tt
Oenrr It. Rumb.
isdft enactor - sse.se 8Ti.es
Chaa B. Cany,
car, conmlMrionsr lOt.tt
C A Howard,
tmslio tame. ltS.lt
Cbaa B. 8trtckUa.
UU enctnew STS.se lll.lt
latin F. Cronemluer,
A, A. AvwUl.
QMm A. watte,
labor commlsslomr xte.ot
K. H. Hobbs, printer . K9.lt
H. & Hom.
uereury of state 4tt.se
Harriet C Long,
Librarian . SJS.lt
Xtufas C Holmes,
see. aid commlsakm.
O. D. Adams,
IX. T. Hoy.
master fish warde 100. OS
F. B. Wire.
nnu supervisor .
state police bead
R. R. Lee Si.etner.
J. W. Lewis,
A. R. Hunter.
Industrial accident 100.00 11S.G0
O. R. Hartwic,
industrial accident tOO.OO 1IS.00
J. M. Dunm,
industrial acclda&t S00.00 llt.00
Clarles V. Galloway,
tax commission 400.0S 11X00
Earl I Fisher,
tax commission toaoo 11100
John R. Carktn,
Art. 8. Benson.
raperlor court clerk- 150.00 110.00
Howard C. French,
X M. Devers.
Ma-hwav attornev 4ll.tr 170.00
Dure hs sins ajrent IB7.lt
O. C Bellinger.
x. a. ftoswtai
Frederick D. Striker.
Dies at Age 76
BRUSH CREEK. May 23
Mrs. Laura Jorgenson, 76, died
here tonight after an illness of
several months. Funeral arrange
ments in charge ot Larson A Son
will be announced later. Mrs.
Jorgenson Is survived by her wi
dower, Martin, and eight chil
dren. Marie, Thorvald, Julius and
Emll of Salem; Laura Chtttlck of
Slayton; Anlna Brenden of Far-
h x (vO. in::2V(2(S3B:rTr mm D-
J fWLMX,M Naturo
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The Statesman Will Entitle You
To 2 Tickets to See
USE THIS COUPON .
1J By' OLIVE M. DOAK
Today Ramon Nevarra ta
Friday Double bill: Clyde
Beetly In "The Big Cage;
and, Nancy Carroll and.
Paul Lukaa in -The Kiss
. Before tha Mirror.:
Today Ana Harding
and Leslie Howard la "An-
Friday Wallace Beery la
"Flesh. . .
'Today Ellssa Laadl
1 "Warriors -Husland.,
'.Thursday Will Rogers la
Althomih the ChsmakeU PUy
afa' seasoa. closed with the pre
sentation last Saturday night ot
Hsrvest of Lies,' Uvely farea
eqmedy that entertained four au
aiencaav thera hare haen many In-,
currtea concernrng next season
After the 'presentation ot -"Harvest
of Lies next Friday tdght In
atonmoutli aa a" beaetrt for the
Dorcas society of tha Christian
cturch, tha membership of Che
cdekpU Players will hold a busi
ness meeting at . waleh future
ptaaa will ha discussed.
Presentation ot "Harvest ot
Lisa in Monmouth is in the na
tere at a return engagement.
Last December the group took tha
mystery-drama, "Tha Ghost Bird.
te that city and were well re
ceived. Thursday night a special
dress rehearsal will be held la
Nelson auditorium aad Friday af
ttraoon tha eceae-sft will aa ship
ped to Monmouth by truck.
Aa a chaage from tha overflow
ot stories concerned with city life,
Metro-Coldwyn-Mayer brings to
tha Elsinore today "The Barbar-
laa, starrlag Ramon Novarro
aad described as a romantlo com
edy laid la the colorful, atmos
pheric background of the Nile
river and Egyptian desert.
Novarro Is seen as a resourceful
rogue ostensibly occupied in the
legitimate business of guiding
tourists through the picturesque
pyramid sight-seeing country, but
mora subtly engaged in the more
romantic activity ot impressing
wealthy widows with his charms.
It is a new kind ot "racket"
and one said to be as diverting as
it Is ingenious. Into the story en
ters Myrna Loy as a young Eng
lish girl who has coma to Cairo
to marry tha somewhat slow-wit
ted engineer of a new aqueduct.
Novarro enters her employ as i
guide and from thea on one ex
citing happening followa upon an
other with lightning-like rapidity
Set for Today
Funeral services for Claude R.
Lucas, statehousa correspondent
and free-lance news writer, who
died here 8unday win be held
from Rlgdon's mortuary todsy at
10:31 a. m. Interment will follow
at tha City View cemetery.
Lucas is survived by his moth
er, Mrs. Clara Lucas of Salem; a
brother, Harry Lucaa and sister,
Mrs. Clifford Brant, both of
go. N. D and Christensa Aldrlea
One 3 Months
EJU W W in
must be in by 6 o'clock
- (Continued tram peg l) '
structed to notify tha Salem lib
rary board that cooperative con
tract would ha terminated July
The supply uommlttee was em
powered to purchase supplies for
nszt year te tima to take advan
tage of tha low market.
Matter ot a readjustment fa
petition of J. a Barnes, janitor
at Grant aehool , against whom
soma complaint has been made.
was discussed aad G. W. Smaller,
head janitor. ; was instructed 1 to
retain tha man at work oa the
Grant school grounds.
Tha board accepted written
agreement ot the high .school
Crescendo club to make down
payment ot 1X5 and at least f Sft
annual payment for purchase of a
piano tor tha high school.
Superintendent Hug announcea
that S7S seniors would be grad
uated, and the board authorized
necessary signatures tor same.
A year's leave of absence was
slanted to Rath Maria Brsutl.
senior nigh art teacher, who plana
ta study la Europe next year, with
uadarataadlag, that she pa reem
ployed, at end ot the year with a
substitute ta ha hired oa this
Comes Up Today,
Preliminary hearing for Au
brey C. Crawtprd, who pleaded
not guilty in Judge Haydan's
court yesterday to a manslaugh
ter ahargev will be held 'VPednes-
dar afternoon. May H. at z
o'clock. Meantime. Crawford is
at liberty, having put up under
taking oa 11000 bail.
Crawford is held on tne cnarge
as result ot automobile accident
early Sunday morning in which
Roy B. Gilbert was Instantly
Defendant has retained two at
torneys, Guy Smith and Fred Wil
Asked to Report
Four-H clubs In Marlon county
are being asked this week to no
tify Wayne D. Harding, county
club leader, about tha number of
members who will attend the
summer school session to be held
n n AMoctfOvBedTbeater Pi
Tonight and Tharsday are
The Foar4Star Liberty Picture
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Also Comedy, Newa and
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I Change of name at the
at Corvallla tram June 11 to June
14 Inclusive. ,
A number of hoys and girls
from this county expect to attend
tha achooL Costa tor room aad
board this year bar ebeen reduc
ed from 111 to 111 to rthe ses
sion. Housing conditions will be
the same as in former years: boys
will ba quartered 'at tha men's
dormitory and girls In tha. wom
an's dormitory. Harding asks
that all club members expecting
to attend tha summer school no
tify hi mby May 11. .
Paid Honors by
' -.-' "-.".
Appropriate funeral services
were held yesterdsy for Leo Hud
dleston. 31. Salsm Legion drum
corps member who died in Port
land Sunday. ' from the Rigdon
chapel at 1:1 a p. m.. with Rev.
Hugh McCullum officiating, in
conjunction with tha Elk's lodge.
Members of the drum corps
marched with tha funeral proces
sion and legion members acted as
pall bearers. Interment was made
la Belcrest Memorial park.
Huddleston received a back in
a am 1
TODAY AND TOMORROW
Risking: Death for Love!
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IT BIB BEGEPTIQn
. The auditorium, of the 'cham
ber ot oemmeree wss crowded to
its utmost capacity last night at
tha reception aad program at
music presented hy tha chamber
to those who had taken part la
rural community programs dar
ing the past winter. ,
Dr. David B. HUL general
chairman of tha winter programs
was Introduced by B. E. 81ssion.
president at tha chamber, with
the statement that through tha
cooperation of several clubs and
organisations, 3 1 programs in
Martofl and Polk counties had
been person ted, attend by more
' Closing number was presented
by tha now famous Hsywlre or
chestra, consisting of Dr. A. D.
Woodmansee, H. R. White, Frank
ZInn and Dr. S. F. 8cott -
J try during the war from which
ha never fully recovered. Ha had
spent several months ef tha past
year at tha Veterans' hospital la
Adventurous sheik ot the des
ert . rerellnr in his flamifi
conquests of stolen lores!
Youll be swept away by
the enchantment of this
thrilling ... romantic
and REGINALD DENNY
Added for Laughs
Gleason Comedy, "Rockabye
Cowboy" - News
Coming Soon "Hen Below - Ruth Cbai
tertoa la Mmiy Turner' - Summery ille aad
Pitts in Oat All Night - John Barrymore
Id HRennioa in Vienna -Little Giant
Sun. - Mon.
May 28, 29
, RUSSELL HOPTON
delivered for tha past Jo days