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Drastio Laws .Aimed at Jew
And "Atrocity" News;;
. , License Reporters ;
fcERLIN, Oct. (AP)r-Ths
relch today threw out the window
, the principle of the -freedom of
' the press as understood In Amer
ica, set no-the death penalty for
the circulation of. treasonable ar
ticles and placed : German news
paper workers tinder the thumb
of the authorities.
A series of drastic laws passed
: by the cabinet and signed by Chan
celler Hitler made the publishing
of treasonable articles abroad or
1 the Introduction of them Into Ger-
many punishable by death and
: mad journalism a licenced pro
r. fesslon la which Aryanlam and
nasi patriotism vera ut up as
i necessary Qualifications, v . .
. PenltenUary sentences rsBgIng
i up to-five years were provided for
' these distributlnr -atrocity" or
t antt-naxi material..
Dr. Joseph Goebbels, minister
i of public t enlightenment; ' who
1. claimed to belieTe other nations
i of the world would copy the plan
1 within the next lire to seven years
explained In these words:
' "The concept of the absolute
'.freedom of the press ir pnttotrhe
l edly liberalistle and proceeds not
- from the people in Its entirely, but
from the Individual." .. This, he
said, did not mean the newspaper
. profession would be fettered, but
rather only that the state more
la and took the place of the pu
"It is the absolute right of the
r state, Goebbels continued. to
supervise the formation of public
' opinion and see that It does not
pnrsu paths leading away fro rc
' the common weal.
"The more freedom of opinion
that is conceded to an individual,
the more It can harm the inter
! est of the entire people. ;
"The conception of. freedom of
. opinion in its Absolute over-esti--'
mate has been badly s h a k e n
- tbrongbout the world. '
"The German press hereafter
I must be single-minded In will and
many-sided In expressing this
: win." - .- - " u - -T
give teeth to the newi clas
sification of the newspaper pro
', fesslon,' a system of registration
will, be Introduced. Through this
' Dr. Goebbels' department can
keep a close watch on the situa
: tlon. Rule-breakers will be booted
out. Special courts, will deal with
pnly German citizens of Aryan
ancestry, those who have not mar
ried non-Aryans and those who
have not lost their public rights
will be permitted to "influence
public opinion." end these must
swear not to write so as to "wea
ken German military - idealism,
kuKur, or trade, or offend relig
: lous f eeJlngs." , - -
foreign correspondents will not
be affected. "v . . . .
Children of two prominent New York society families whose engagement
was rece&y announced- They re His Dorothy Randolph Fell, step-:
daughterof Ogden I. Mils, former Secretary of the Treasury, and
Woolworth Donohuersoa of MrfcJamea PDonohue and gTandiiof the
TQunder thsWodworiJi. fortune, They will be
gsvs c' married la Decfrnber, . - .-,':.-.
For South; Long
In Business Here
Sidney B. Elliott left Wednes-
aay nigai icr Ban Francisco an
nouncing to his friends that his
plans were indefinite but that he
probably would not return to Ea-
. lem. : - - s -
Mr. Elliott had been engaged In
the banking business in Salem for
the past 20 years. He came here
just young man, purchased an
interest in the Salem Sank of
Commerce and served in the ca
pacity of vice-president and mit
. ager of that instituUon until it
waa sold to the . First National
bank of this city in 1129.
He. la considered - one of the
most able bankers In the north
west and' nil leaving Salem is
greatly, regretted by many of bis
friends. Mr. Elliott spent the best
part of his Ufa in. Salem, and dis
charged his responsibilities with
noteworthy fidelity. "
BRITISH ITU! DEBT
h Ul I LI I
Washington; Oct. 8. cap)
British and : American spokes
men discussed world economic
conditions today as a, prelude to
their study of methods of solving
the London government's war
t Sir Frederick Lelth-Ross and
Sir Ronald Lindsey, representing
Great Britain, met Dean Acheson,
under-secretary of the treasury,
and Frederick Livesey, assistant
economic adviser to the state de
partment, for a brief and thor
oughly informal conversation.
With the time of the next meet
ing left indefinite, Acheson, Sec
retary Hull and Under-secretary
Phillips of the state department,
went to see President-Roosevelt
late in the day.
The possibility arose that the
British were not prepared at this
time to make a definite offer for
settlement of the $4.4(5.810,000
debt, but will formulate their pro
posals as the study proceeds and
they are enabled to determine
American views on delicate points
involved. Sooner or late, however,
Washington officials expect a
lump sum offer to be made.
; Training of physically handi
capped persons for suitable lobs
will be undertaken In every com
munity in Oregon, according to
annuoncement made Thursday by
Oscar L' Paulson, state supervisor
of vocational rehabilitation. The
service will be available to per
sons above 1$ years of age.
Careful examinations to deter
mine the adaptable capacities for
industrial and vocational training
will be given and those suscept
ible to rehabilitation work or to-
cational guidance will be given
every possible aid. ?he training'
will be largely practical.
eru California, to deliver a aeries
of lectures here. '
TAX ARE in
Gasolins .tax receipts for the
first eight months of 1933 aggre
gated I4.C3Z.6S9.7S as compered
with S4.S27.S89.SS during the
same period In 1932, Hal B. Hoss,
secretary of state, declared in V
report Issued Thursday. . : ,if
The increase of 8305,270.17 for
1933 was said to be due largely
to the additional one-cent per gal
lon gasoline tax authorized by the
Gasoline sales for August, 193S,
totaled 18, 4 2 8,8 2 9, gallons, or an
increase of 1.190,220 gallons over
the same month a year ago. Gaso
line tax receipts In August, 1138,
Increased $213, 92,56 oter those
for August, 1932v
Non-resident motor vehicle reg
istrations for the first nine months
this year aggregated 71,324; as
against 90,760 for the entire year
1932. Hoss said these figures in
dicated that there would be a
slight decrease in non-resident
motor, vehicle registrations this
year when .compared with last
year., . , , v
Falls City Student!
- FALLS CUT, Oct, The
student body of the local high
school has elected the .following
officers for the half termr Presi
dent, Eugene Rnssell; Yice-presi-
dent, Eada Watt; secretary.
Ethyl Phillips; treasurer, .Ruth
Into Details on Extract; Complaint Gives Old
BAR TALE ONE: BETTER
Life for OJga. Caufleld was net
ten nigtttr in a barroom; almost
erery night was like a barroom
experience, according to her ex
tended divorce 'complaint filed
late Thursday in circuit court
here. Naming Earl T. Caafield,
as defendant. Mrs. Caufleld re
cites occasion after occasion when
defendant's inability to I e a e
drink, alone caused : her humilia
tion and distress, u : - ,: 4
"Plaintiff rendered life- a heri
table nightmare of harrowing ex
perience," "life became utterly un
endurable," "defendant could, not
leave liquor alone; he was intoxi
cated every day from February,
1932, to Christmas" these-are
some of the phrases from the
Mrs. Caufleld says at one time
her husband assaulted her and
threatened to kill her with a . gnir
he had. On one occasion she grew
so affrighted, Mrs.. Caufleld de
clares she was forced to have her
own husband arrested and tailed.
. Caufleld would, coma home, his
wife asserts; dead drunk and.- to
tally unable to handle himself. He
would to to bed: with all his
clothes on, frequently becoming
Shea Visits lions Ed Shea of
Portland, governor for Oregon dis
trict No. 36, Lions clubs, visited
the local club at Its closed noon
luncheon at the Gray Belle here
yesterday. The Lions talked over
Harris; yell leader, Delilah Ames, plans for the winter. ,
Stress ReUgiea The religious
phase of student lite Is being
stressed two days weekly at the
Willamette university chapel ex
ercises. The religious program is
being conducted in anticipation of
the coming late this month of
Bruce Baxter, dean of the school
of religion at University of South-
563 N. Liberty
Expendable FcdQs S ;
v' Grocery Dept.
. Fancy Assorted -
1V . np0
X box iVvJ
A High Grade Candy at a
, Cross & Blackwell's
,- Catsnp -
Large Bottles 7.
O for ! GSO
$2.10 dosen '
" 9. 2 Cans.. .
O IZT O O Cj
flA9 Dozen .
: Meat Dept. .
Medium weight, - com
pletely dressed and
drawn.-Fine for fricas
see. . ' " '
s3 1U. ;
Out from steer beef.
U. 8, Inspected
VTt Grocery Department
W. Ii, LEWIS '
jrr. Heal Department
JtW-us for vegetobles and fruits
and seal with regular Ball Cans.
STATE AND COMMERCIAL STREETS
Money - Saving Prices for Friday, Saturday and Monday.
October 6, 7 and 9
Open Eyeninirs Tin 9
Good high grade coffee
roasted fresh daily.
HONET Braduhaw's 4
para strained, Wb. pail
WAX PAPER ISi-ft. rolls,
with safety cutter
TLOfJR Bell brand, a good
hardwheat at a low t i n
price. 4t-lb. sack . . V XtXf
WHEATOLA A real breakfast
cereal, made front Turkey Bed
wheat,. a a
No. 10 sack ...... TO FC
large bottles .
Camp's, 9 e
..a for auC
POPCOEN Spanish , ni?-
oiant, i lbs. C
M lb. ln'cellophane ..,
COCOA Good' haalthful econ
omical beverage, " AJJ
S lbs. , . ,n, . Mb
BROOMS Special 4-sew
good broom corn
Nestles CANDY BARS Nat,
IfHk or Semi-Sweet, r
your choirs for OQ
SOAP Harmony; mad
lam bars...... 10 tots
COCOA Rockwood'a, iiftr
'real value, S lbs. ..... lC
MILK All Pure brand,
(limit I cans) each ...
No. 10 can
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
"'-' FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY '
Potatoes, U.S. No. 2s, 50 lb. 57c Cauliflower, 2 hWds ...il 15c
Onions, fancy stock, 10 lbs; 17c Tokay Grapes, 3 lbs. .......i.... 14c
Sweet Potatoes, 6 lbs. 23c Bananas, re ellbwi 4 lbi. 19c
Celery, Labish Fancy, bunch' 5c Tomatoes, Fancy, crate ........43c
1UGUT bESEUVED TO LIMIT
Orders cf 12 or over DeJivered
Tery ick" aA4 mussing :'p tne
His' wile asserts Caufleld would
drink various forms7 of hard 11
quor. She eaumeratesv bay rumfc
rabbing alcohol, '-Yirginia Dare
wine tonic,eanaed;beat while
lemon eztrnct is especially 'singled
out - as - one- f o r mi of alcohol to
which Caafleld'allesedly was most
addictedf ,,vry r i J
when his money , ran. out and
she would famish noav Caufleld
would resort to the purchase of a
suit of clothes pp credit, his wife
states. Then he would arrange to
pawn , the clothes or; to seU them
tor Y5 and to use the proceeds for
drink, ; .? t- -' i -: 'I ' '',
Mrs. Caufleld says that her hus
band baa a $100 a month income
from an annuity left by his father.
So evil have been Caufleld's ways
and ao large hia debts, creditors
hare takes oyer this Income and
pro rated It on their debts; Bhe-
says she personally has advanced
him $1000 and plaintiff seeks the
return or law money, as wen as
a .divorce and. the restoration of
her maiden1 name of piga; Wonk.
and Rerneralier this at ' .
plats mirror? AV
leg ' base, - nickel
trim, coilfl, excellent
SoUd Blac Walnut
Organ, good play
lag , tfcOC
7( Owr cash policy
1 enables us to of
for yoex real ssrtx
tags. Poeple trbei
' 'sit op aronnd
ftnd this to be
spun covering, sprinr fUlad , mat
:' tresses, bedding compartment, tall '
site bed er two twin , VtA 7C
7" beds S v!o " f ;'
i f j i English type 1 Davenport Chair
i and Ottoman, covered in rsi coioreo
I pieces, only
Prices on New Furnitttre "Will
: Be Higher Bujr Now-
FIDLER'S Furniture Store
"NEW AND USED.
255 Tf. Commercial St.
NOTICE We have no limit
on oar merchandise. Buy ail you want. We are your
friends an d neighbors.
2 lb. box Cocoa
fresh ground . . . . .
Gem Nat Margarine,
Fresh Medium Eggs,
2 doz. ...
Solar Brand Pineapple,
XVt. t cans i .
Beans, f for ...
Pure- Cane Sugar,
Soap, 3 bars for . . . .
Kerr's Rolled Oats,
9-lb. bag . . . .
Vegetable Shortening in
bulk, S lbs. for
N.B.C Soda Crackers, old-fashioned
squares, salted or on
fresh, S-lb. box
large size ..........
fancy grade, box .
Fresh Celery, J
2 large bunches . ,
Rinso, mod. size,
J for ..........
Ban Mason Fmit Jars,
Robnste Coffee, manufactured
by Golden West Coffee 17
Co., 1 lb. ............ II C
S lbs. for 49c
FEED DEPARTMENT '
We have only the highest qual
ity feeds that can be produced
on the market.
Hodgeav-BrewBtet Egg Producer
with milk, oil and greens. An
egg tor every cackle. (9 in
' loos :. ... .
Ask the Man Who Uses It
H. B. j more Bnttennilkr Egg
Mash, a mash with buttermilk,
'H. B. LarwrQ Ees Uun, mUk
oil, greens. This is a f , jn
standard mash. 100s vliv
Are your chickens doing all
they should? If not, why not?
Why not ask as about feeding
Mill Bun, . rO.
Whole Com, f f-A
ioos , 13U
294 N. Commercial St,
4 DelivericS' DaiJy
Once s week or ofteaer
apply Recta "93 Hdr
Tonic before massaging.
Marvelous for promoting
me health of your hair.
SJ 14 ox.
IPED5 my m
INDEPENDENT DRUGGISTS '
v 115 S. QminrcJal St. , '
$1.50 LYDIA PINKHAM'S
1 pint SQUIBB S LIQUID
85c value ARZEN
COLD AID KIT
1 pint HASKELL'S
MILK OF MAGNESIA
10c VICrTS VORATONE
12 oz. MARTEL'S
How to bid a grand slam? What card should be led?
Whaa to namao? These anfrstieas and koadreis
mars ea contract bitdc era aaswmd m this woaaoi
ful litue book written by a BOtaore Sochoaal Cham.
won. Aadrhswaym auutaiaaunring
ioveliaaas ie by aaiag Joatael Face
Powdor. Deal auas this opportaaityl
"This complete IOO poaa
CONTRACT WUOGJ tOOK
every purchese off
50 boic ef
50c jar BURMA
DRY SKT2T CREAM
11 LISTERINE- ' -ANTISEPTIC
100 tablet! PURE :
ASPIRIN, 5 sr.
$1 INGRAM'S 7
50c ZIP CREAM
Some of these prices, for Friday' and
Saturday Only. , :
I hew relief In 3 mimrtaft
aa-Rk acta four ways to give euick reSat,
with fufl pint of ;
; r.3 311 CoSbtlicn V
The Mouth-Tested Antlseptis .
Bsgulation size -durables line
rubber hUdder. Ul SI Solution '
Will protest yon and the ehU.
dren from mouth - and throat '
Infections . ! - .. s-
Both for I,,.. .0
To protect :
flrht ths caust of dingy and flscaTeluatk
ESTS.!! .mah cU taataneyl
tt tfostroys Cat acids that staia tottht That
this tBoelaUf fart
V ... "-
Rexall Milk of
KMsnesia Tooth Post : npm
msn and Holder 74c refvt tw Z C