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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem. Oregon,, Thareday Morning, September 28 1923 ! ?
Recommendation Blocked at
Gill Committee Meet;
(Coatlsntd from pais. 1)
Jr cent to 10 per cent; a tax on
prise tights, wrestling matcbes
and similar athletic exhibitions;
amendment of the Income tax lav
to limit deduction; for losses to
the enrrent year; amendment of
excise and intangibles taxes to re
duce exemptions to SO per cent
of the present schedule: a gradu
ated tax on automobiles, based on
age and Talne, estimated to raiss
$609,000; return of accounts re
ceivable to the personal property
tax rolls; a severance tax on tim
ber and other natural resources;
a plan of installment paying of
real property taxes In 10 or 12
sums yearly; Issuance of short
terra highway bonds as an imme
diate and emergency financing
plan if necessary, the bonds to be
paid out of anticipated liquor revenues.
. (Coatla4 from pat D
the majority of individual tran
sients are not shiftless. They are
. an expression of the general un-
settled economic condition ot the
He said officers In the various
.communities are expected to en
force the laws against hitch-hik--
log and stealing train rides and
!: persons caught traveling from
1 place to place without means of
'. support will be expected to re
: main in the transient camps or be
: assisted in returning to their
WOULD LET TRUCK
(CeottsMd turn pM 1)
transferred to the public util
ities commission and the arrest
will be proceeded with as in the
' usual instances.
Where truck owners, arrested
r tor the violation, fail to agree to
'the- $30 fee or bail deposit, Trin
' die said yesterday he would ask
' for court action, starting next
week as soon as Deputy Lyle Page
returns from the north.
j a feature - length
barrage of Laughs,
Lore, Thrills, Song!
: THELMA TODD
Centory of Progress
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
j nr J! r n ram
Today Norman Foster In
Friday Buck Jones In
Today Laurel and
Hardy in "The Devil's Bro
ther." Friday- Constance Bennett
in ?'Bed of Roses."
Saturday and Sunday
Double bill. "Ann- Carver's
Profession'' and "Eagle and
Today Only "Goona
Goona." the Love Powder
Friday fioot Gibson In
"A Man's Land.'.
Today Ralph Bella-
my in "Destination Unknown"
Friday Walter Huston in
"Gabriel Over the White
(Cntiaod Iron pgt 1)
have no alternative, except to de
cline the service. .
"I appreciate the sincerity of
your purpose, and I trust that you
may have the support of the peo
ple of our state in your efforts
to bring about educational peace."
Marks served as state senator
from Linn county for several
terms and previously was deputy
district attorney and clerk of that
county. He is a graduate of Al
bany college and has always taken
an active interest in educational
affairs. Marks resigned as state
senator to accept a federal ap
pointment as referee in bank
ruptcy for the southern Oregon
t Continued from png 1)
yesterday. Innocent "annearlnr
bundles of shirts from the prison
shop concealing weapons, knives
and clubs in their hands.
Finley P. Carson, a clerk, shot
in the hip and abdomen when he
failed to obey an order prompt
ly, was reported in danger of
A possible murder charge In
the event Carson died, together
with charges of kidnaping Neel
and two other motorists who
automobiles were commandeered,
prison officials said, probably
would make the escaped convicts
doubly dangerous. Searchers were
advised to "shoot to kill."
To Hear of Local
The full time public health pro
gram being conducted In Marion
county will be the subject of an
address Dr. Vernon A. Douglas,
county health officer, will deliver
at the opening session' of a city
and county health officers' confer
ence to be held at the Benson ho
tel, Portland, October 24 and 25,
according to the program publish
ed in this week's issue of the state
board Of health bulletin. Annthr
conference speaker from Salem
will be Dr. G. C. Bellinger, super
intendent Of the state tnberculn.
(Cdntrausd from page 1)' f j
Hughey, Mrs: William Fordyee
Fargo. Mrs. Clifton Mudd and
Miss Mary Schultx.
Perry Prescott Relgelman, who
organised Chemeketa players last
year, was named by this board as
director of productions; and E. J.
Peterson, last season's .business
manager, as bnslnes manager. Ap
pointment ot chairmen of stand
ing committees will bo made later.
" Chemeketa Players, Inc., will be
the new name of the organization.
A largo group ot young persons
were present at the meeting and
keen Interest was evidenced in the
plans for the coming year. With
the details of reorganization out
ot the- way, work on the first pro
duction is expected to commence
Margaret Mary Zerzan was
elected general secretary and li
brarian by the general member
ship. Casting of the first play will
begin Friday night in Nelson auditorium.
LIONS DATJCE STARS
SUBSTITUTES NAMED .
Mrs. Myrtle Stewart, formerly
director of music in the Astoria
public schools, win take the place
of Lena Belle Tartar, music in
structor at the high school, while
Miss Tartar Is absent on leave
with the American Legion Auxi
liary trio in Chicago. Mrs. Bessie
Forsytho will teach Mrs. Mildred
Wymtt's classes at Lincoln while
she is in Chicago with the trio.
-Last Times Today
Tnth Pat O'Brien, Ralph Bel
lamy, AUm Halo, Betty Conp.
o.. Raasell Hoptoa, Tom
Friday aad Saturday
All communities throughout
Marlon and Polk counties will, be
Interested in the benefit danced to
be given by the Salem Lions club
at Crystal Gardens here Friday
night because the intermission
entertainment will be provided by
the popular Haywire orchestra.
For this quartet of fun-making
musicians has during the past
year played In nearly all these
communitfes. Dr. S. F. Scott, one
of the members, yesterday said
the orchestra had made 6V pub
lic appearances, in this vicinity,
and at Roseburg, Portland and
Seattle. H. R. "Rufe" White.
Frank Zlnn and Dr. A. D. Wood
mansee are the other three play
ers. The Lions club dance commit
tee, of which Barkley A. New
man is chairman, anticipate a
largo crowd at the dance, pro
ceeds .of which will go into the
club fund used each Christmas to
bring cheer in the form of food
and clothing to numerous fam
ilies In distress. Both modern and
old-time dance orchestras will
provide music for the affair.
GO OH DUTY SOOD
One dozen Willamette univer
sity young men will go on night
duty In the Salem fire department
substations not later than early
next week under a plan recently
approved by the city council, oo
cordingto Dr. O. A. Olson, chair
man of the fire committee. For
the present, four students will be
assigned to each of the three sta
tions. Their only remuneration
will be the free sleeping quarters.
Each station captain will take
on the duties of instructing the
students In the rudiments ot tire
fighting and enforcing rules ot
conduct which the tiro. committee
will soon draw up. Honrs of duty
tor tha students probably will bo
from 8: SO pjb, to 7 a-m. daily.
Recruits who are on university
athletic teams, and all of them are
expected to bo such, will be re
sponsible for providing substitutes
on the nights outside games toko
them away from the city.
Appointments to' tho tiro de
partment jobs are being arranged
through Coach R. S. "Spec" Keeno
SPECIAL CUSS III
A one-hour class in typing to
be held Tuesday and Thursday af
ternoons at 5:30 o'clock, taught
by Elizabeth Hogg of the high
school faculty, will be offered for
the first time this year beginning
next Tuesday, it was announced
yesterday by Violet Swanson. di
rector of tho part time continua
Although there Is no ago re
striction and no charge for the
course. Miss Swanson urges early
registration since a limited num
ber of typewriters is available
for tho class. High school equip
ment will bo- used and students
will bo permitted to practice on
the machines from 3:30 to 4:30
o'clock other afternoons during
the week. Miss Swanson said.,
She is receiving registrations at
her office, room 10 on tho first
floor in the wing ot the senior
high school building and may be
reached by telephone there at
CHICAGO.' Sent. 27. API-
Former Senator James E. Watson
(U ind. today launched a bar
rage of criticism against . tho
Roosevelt administration accusing
It Of failure to lira nn tn Mm.
paign promises and called upon
repuoucans to break what he
termed a self-imposed sileness
his address was regarded by
listeners at tho Hamilton club
rally ot local reeuhllcati
sounding tho G. O. P. keynote
for tho coming congressional
races and nmKihiv mt,vii
Watson as presidential timber for
tne is s t campaign.
wo meeting, J. W. Maloney,
chairman of tho political action
committee of the club, made a
plea that Indiana and Illinois
unite' behind Watson' In 1936.
Watson himself had' no Inclina
tion to discuss talk along that
lino.- - -
Watson blamed the administra
tion tor failure to reduce govern
ment costs; failure to maintain a
stable currency, and of failure to
prevent undermining ot govern
3IACLEAY BOY SCORES -MACLEAY,
Sept 27. Harry
Martin, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.,
Harry E. Martin, and machine
shop student at the Salem -high
school, has- been chosen from his
class to receive special training
in a Salem automobile shop. Be
sides his mechanical interests
Harry is interested in pure bred
cattle-and with his father owns
and operates the Rippling Brook
Last Times Today -
The Triumph of a
Continuous Show Daily t pjn. to 11 pjn
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Sttr rictsrts Prfct Sound
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YOU'VE HEARD . . .
. . about "Goona-Goona"
Now ..... See It!
Terry I Tom I D
Too j Howard j Tom Re
i Cartoon (Comedy membcTT
WITH GREAT PRIDE OUR FORTHCOMING
PICTURE- POLICY DESTINED TO BRING TO
SALEM SOME OF THE BEST PROGRAMS
EVER SHOWN ... AT NO RAISE IN PRICE!
FIRST RUN PICTURES! . . . from United
Artists and Other Important Studios!
I C iL- Vi t J1 with Ben Lyon.
I v-uver ine vvdierrroni naudettocoiben
All Critics Acclaim It th RMt TTiriiW
"The Vampire Bat'
"Yes I Mr. Brown"
with Lionel Atwill and
Musical Comedy Success
with Jack Buchanon
Sing I Sinner I Sing!"
Laughing at Life
Husband Hunters of 1933
Wilson Collison's Xorel
with Paul Lokas and
Victor McLaslan. Wm. Bord.
Dorothy Burgess, Noah Beery
with Erelya Brent and
H. B. Warner
Curtain at Eight," "World Gone Mad," "Sin
of Nora Moran" and Many, Many Other Hits!
Also the Best Subsequent Run
Pictures from Leading
The Most TJnnsnal
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TO DIVE TO THE
BOTTOM OF THE SEA
FRANK CRILLXY, champion deep-sea direr of die
worLL rerired nTl Alvrt IvrJW nf rfv rrlnm
liedsl of Honor, dae Nary Cross and other decora .
firm, stinnt to fn nTrr fTm slik In i wisilliif.
deepea descent. Crffley sayst "I smoke Camels and
hrm smoked them for years They are a milder dga
rette and dey taste better. Bat snore important than
that to ma they oarer vpset my nerroos system."
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nerree, too! Tom can smoke all you
want and nerer hare Jangled
if too switch to Camels. The coatlier
tobaccos in Camels are mOdcr, and
they taste better, tool
Feajoc Cbsxxt says: wDeep down under 800 feet ef
vatez; rorkla fererisUy under terrifle pressure -ao
place for a nerrous manl That's why a direr aerres
kmist clway be in perfect eondltfan. And that's why
I smoke Camels and hare smoked them f or years. They '
ere a mflder dgmrette and they taste better. Bat more
important than that to me they nerer ttpeet my ner-
Tons system. His heroic feats prore his statement.
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Camel's costlier tobaccos are milder, do taste better. :
tThey nerer get en the nerres. If en and women whose
rery Cres depend on healthy nerres hare discorered
this. rer nerres wffl confirm it Start smoking Camels
today and learn the difference.
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