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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon, Friday Mornin, January 2S,: 1934
Discrimination,1 Padding : of
Expense Accounts; Even -
J Job Selling Charged
fContlniMd ftwn page U
was not nlanned' to pat Investlsn
Un on each ot the ma joy; pro
jects unless there were ; seecllle.
TeSSOtt. " ? . .- '. 'J. . ' ..
"UTbere there la reasoa to
' believe there Is skullduf gery or
tips of something amiss, we will
Investigate, he -sald.
labile the .graft charges topped
elTll- works' developments f today;
tie Roosavelt administration pro
ceeded with its xOana to end the
work 4 tab relief aeaey not
later than May 1. The nreeldent
conferred- with theelvll works
administrator,. Harry L. Hopkins,
aad the director of the budget.
Lewis Douglas.. V :' ?
It was reported the president
; alauae to send a message to
eon tress tomorrow recommending
em' appropriation of (350.00,000
ta- continue the civil works to
slay l. ,- : , --
'This decision was mad de
ceit clamors from 'some con-
- gresslonal euarters and ; else
where for aa Indefinite continua-
I (OoBtlMaS from psga 1)
and dogs and the' heavier surging
of tractors. -
The road is 15 feet wide and
four and a- half miles long. The
Coston Post road is no finer. To
and fro along St passes a cease
less transport. Fifteen dog teams
trotting-- ahead of sledges piled
with boxes are Interspersed with
three tractors hauling heary
sledges stacked with gasoline.
To the right of the road, the
monoplane' "Miss American Air
ways" 'takes ; off at regular half
hourly intervals for Little Amer
ica its cabin plied with . food
boxes. " -'"-."'
IThere is no stop to the trans
port so lon ss the weather holds.
It coes on .under the high noon
srfn aad. the frostier slow-sinking
sun ef midnight.' '
HERE. BELIEF H
- ; (ContintMd from nag 1)
stamps and boulders. ' Persons
acquainted with the charaeeris
tlpa of j blasting powder declared
there had . been:, little , danger of
the staff exploding unless it, was
suite eld.- '. ; 4- ..- - -- -' - .'
: The . package containing' one
. stick was received and opened by
Slanager Hi T. Barnes of the re
employment agency, who warmed
Administrator Glenn C. Niles be
fore the package containing three
ticks and r addressed to H. C.
Churchill complaint man at the
C WA office, had been opened!"
Story of a
- - i , . . Saaday
Uoael Barrymorc, May
Kouoa, Joel 'McCre
sue . .
1 w .
9tacellB Day s "
Robert Fraaer 1
CHAELEY CHAPUN la
. The Moot Walker
News. Cartoon aaof
I 'Fighting Wllh Kit frsoa
special liatttee, 3P.M.- 10e
l- SATURDAY MIDXIGHT
All Sciti 10c j ?
i ! AT
t : - Sanday
Uoael Barrymorc, Blay Ixij
John Boles and Margaret Sulla
1 tu are starved la poignant
f lee drama, Oarjr Testerdar
t at the Klsiaore. . ; . L . l.
i 'fCoattnned from pas 1
hand. Lass of nse 6t the little
finger and the one next to it was
faced before the operation. Dr.
Morse has had no direct word
from Grores or his physician.
The grafting done by Dr. Berg
included work to restore the
webb between the thumb and
forefinger: and ; grafting and
tendon work was dene on the
hack of the little finger near the
Joint : ext to the hand and on
the badl. '-burned front of the
finger next to the little one.
Groves was burned Christmas
day. when he picked up a live
wire of 2300 Tolt power which
was hanging low over the first
green On the Illahee golf course.
PORTLAND. Ore., Jan. .-()
-W o r k at Bonneville dam has
been Impeded by another rise In ;
the Col am bis river. United States '
engineers said today.
The river rose a foot In 24
hoars and rise of another foot
and halt Is expected. The boat
rock gauge reads 20.25 feet and
the upper Cascade Locks gauge
Most of the excavation and cof
ferdam work of the General Con
struction company has been tem
porarily halted, bat will be re
sumed as soon as possible, f
Clearing' for the -400-man con
struction camp at Bonneville has
been commenced by about 20
swampers. It ana other prelimin
ary work is going ahead as sched
Fewer Sheep and
Lambs on Feed in
i State at Present
- There was a decrease of about
8.5 per cent in the number of
cattle on feed for market In he
eleven corn belt states January 1,
1st 4, over the number on . Jan
nary ' 1. 19 33, according to the
cattle feeding estimate of the bu
rean of agricultural economics.
There were decreases in all states
except Iowa and Nebraska, where
small Increases are estimated. The
decreases in the area east of the
Mississippi river, where! cattle
feeding had been increasing for
several years, amounted to 17 per
cent. In the area west of the Mis
sissippi, the decrease was only C
per cent la spite of a decrease of
SO per cent in South Dakota.
In the western states the nam
ber of cattle on feed January 1.
1234, was not greatly different
from the number a year earlier,
a small decrease being Indicated.
In Texas and Oklahoma, however,
the number on feed this year was
sharply reduced, with the estimat
ed number thia year for the two
s t a t e s combined one-third less
than a year earlier. Shipment of
feeder cattle Into the Lancaster,
Pennsylvania, feeding area also
Indicated a material reduction In
feeding from last year. .
' -. MEN'S
Leather Heels . . 50c
Rcbber Heels 2Sie
Chfldrca,i Soles .
Boy Soles . . .
' . (Coatiav4 from psra 1)
slble through a mutual agree
ment between Mr, .McElroy and
"Boots" Grant, director of & local
orchestra, to whom the- contract
had been awarded. With Mr. Me
Elroys orchestra will be a group
of special entertainers who will en
tertain not only daring the inter
mission but throughout the dance
One ef the special features, of
the evening will be a number of
vocal solos by Kenneth Allen. For
malities of a receiving Uae will be
dispensed with! Promptly at 9
o'clock, a grand march will com
mence which will be led by Gov
ernor and Mrs. Meier, Major Gen
eral and Mrs. White, Mayor and
Mm. Douglas McKay and a num
ber of other distinguished guests.
The grand march will close with
special patriotic ceremony and
tribute to the president, . after
which dancinsr wilt commence. Br
special arrangement, daneing riiri
continue until 1 a m. .ii1 1
The armory, which Is to provide
the principal ballroom, has been
thoroughly- renovated and will be
open to the public for the first
time on the night of. the balL Dee
orators will commence their work
on. beautifying the ballroom to
morrow. In view of the- patriotic
nature of the affair, flags and
buntine will predominate in the
decorative scheme, although theTe
will be a profusion of evergreens,
flowers and plants. The new
maple floor will be used for dane
ing for the first time and ft Is
said to be the finest dance floor
in the Willamette valley.
In view of the expected attend
ance, arrangements have been
completed for a covered runway
into the Marion hotel in order that
the facilities of the dining room
as an auxiliary ballroom may be
The committee again urges that
responses be made br all those re
ceiving invitations. Even In cases
where Individuals find it Impos
sible to attend the ball, the ad
mittance card should be returned
inasmuch as the national organiza
tion requires the auditing commit
tee to account for every ticket
By MRS. WILLIAM H. QUINN
When the opening bidder has
been doubled on his left and his
doable has been left In by the -opponent
on his right, a redouble Is
a cry for help. The redoablt com
mands his partner to reseve aJaa
in his longest salt, even if a worth
less fonr-card suit. "
If the declarer were satisfied
with his contract doubled, he ob
viously would pass If he redou
bles, he is telling his partner that
he Is eanght between two strong
hands and his redouble is a de
mand that yon find a better bid.
Example of the SOS redouble:
Sooth West North East
INT . Double Pass Pass
- Take-out doubles of 1 no-trump
are often left In by the opponents
for penalties so we find. fre
quent nse for the defense against
a penalty pass.
Take-out doubles and penalty
doubles are frequently confused.
The following: chart may prove
South West North
1-1 V Pass Pass
3- 1 NT
Pass Pass 29
. Pass. SJIt
(Take-out) ' v
Pass INT -Pass
Speaks .Tonisht at 7 :4S
HEALING BE A CARDINAL
CBTJBCH DOCTRINE r ,
Tabernacle, 13th' and
Leather Heels 25c
Rciber Heels . 25c
. . . . . 50c to 65c
75c to $1.00
10c to 25c
f.i " " j, c
DOord . . .
ELS1XORE . - .
Today John Boles in "Only
Testerday.4 1 -
Today William Gargaa In
CAPITOL ' V, '
Today Zane Grey's The
Thundering Herd," with
Randolph Scott . ; . .
-, v. HOLLYWOOD , .
Today Chester- Morris in
: "Breach of Promise. - ?
Today c ? Hoot Gibson in
"The Fighting- Parson."
Saturday . ; Midnight . matH
, ; nee; Gary; Cooper in- One-,
; , Sunday Afternoon." ; ".
: STATE i'i'-
Today Joan Blondell in
The-Greeks Had a Word
Saturday only Jack Holt
in "When Strangers
: Marry.'-',;- -
f The most absorbing lore drama
shown on the screen of the Elsi
nore for many years opens today
ssroaly i yesterday aUrring
John Boles and Margaret; . Snlla
vsn. .J -.' . ..... .' . ' j
! The .story .covers the exciting
period 'between the entrance of
America into the world war and
the cataclysmic stock market
crash of November. 1929. Against
this panorama of American life is
portrayed a vitally poignant love
story. It details the romance of
Margaret Sullavan. playing an
adorable southern belle and John
Boles, the handsome thoughtless
officer. Miss Sallavan, making her
movie depot straight from "Din
ner at Eight" on Broadway, will
also make screen history by her
brilliant performance. You will
see a new star born here.
I Continued from pass 1
forcibly taken from Jail here last
night, hanged in a mountain
grave , yard in adjoining: Knott
county and a score or more of
bullets fired into his body.
Alex Johnson, 21, a coal miner.
whom Scott was alleged to hare
beaten with a stick; here last Sat
urday night, died shortly after
the lynching. All four men held
today were said by county offi
cers to hare worked in the same
coal camp as did Johnson, who
left a widow and a four-year-old
Always the finest
center Ieares are
Strike cigarettes. We
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the bottom" leavesbecause those are in
ferior, in quality. The center leaves for
which farmers are paid higher prices are
Always ilw Finest 'Tobacco
tCoatteMS frM rs t) " --
new; tires and' tubes over a two
year period for an aggregate
mileage of 10 9.0 0 0 miles. - -
However Improved financial
condition of, the commissioa over
last year was reported by Starr.
, He attributed it chiefly to re
duction of poundage fees by the
legislature. -r. a.,
Involved in the game depart
ment funds was f83.909.fl lines
assessed .the past four and one
half years. According to Oregon
statute SO per cent of the fines
goes to the gam department. .
: Eraest : tu, Crockett, assistant.
SBpervisor of the game- depart-,
ment; was praised by Chairman
Corrigan for requesting aa InvesH
tlgatlon when the matter of nn
collected fines was discussed re
Joseph H. Wtison of Tillamook
was driven B0 per cent for collect
ing 1 451.34 back fines. Then Wil
son aeked the- eesMnJaelons per
mission to eoatlaa collecUene oa
more- recent eases. Crockett then
asked the Investigation . which
was antharUed. -
Financial accounts of - fines,
kept by the game department.
consist mainly of state police re
ports, it-was stated. These indi
cate only the conclusion .- of the
court action.: Other disposition of
game cases was not fully record
ed. :' : K :.S-U .
In an effort to clarify records.
letters were sent to 78 Justices of
the peace throughout the state
and 21 former justices. When the
replies have been received a check
will then be made with county
treasurers. This, it was explained.
Is necessary if the accounts are
to be brought to date. The let
ters were mailed January 10, it
1 Last Times Today c. -
HAD A WORD
A COMEDY RIOT
with . .
JOAN BLOyPELL ,
' INA CLAIRE
tobaccos aad only the. :tbe
pirchasedfor Lncky , ? are'
don't bay top leaves f 'firn
fCo t!nu from pas 19 " -'.
slon of the three men and there
was more than 110,000 in curren
cy on their persons. r- - -Pierpont.
seemingly mild man
nered, went along willingly to the
police stauoa where his handcuffs
were removed and he was ordered
to sit down. Instead." nollce said.
he Whipped, out two pistols. Off.
core leaped upon him, they said;
TON1TB & SATURDAY
!Wf iaBSsp".--- is flr m -MrtS"'--' ""V aw
mildest leaves. And only center
bW Seato WSzfe. '
used in making Luckies so rtnd, so
free from loose ends. That's why every
Lucky draws easily; burns eTerdy-aad is
always mild and smooth. Then, too "It's
toasted for throat protectionfor finer
taste. . " I -
only the Center Leaves
and disarmed him before he could
pull a trigger.
i Makley and Clark submitted, of
ficers said, only arte? police; pis
tols 'had been brandished and offi
cers had threatened to ahoot. One
of them attempted vainly to wrest
a pistol from a,a officer. The three
were booked as fugitives . from
Indiana. ' . - - I
The: captures brought to an end.
with MARGARET SULLAVAN
JOHN BOLES aad 91 other feature players, iadadV
ins: Edna May Oliver, BOlle Berke, Benlta Home, Onslow
Steveas, Reginald Denny, Franklin Pangboraaad many others.
' ' r '. ! . jf"
Mickey Moose Matinee Satordajr wit 1 pjn.
WARNER BAXTER in aASIATEITTl-'TJA'nTIY?
BUCK JONES SERIAL 3 STAGE ACTS
I TaNOT thf
' fLt -OTtKsDOttomkam thcy'mafcrior la quality
a reign of terror. that began last
September 26, when Makley and
Clark " " and fy eight- companions
escaped front the prison at Michi
officers said, 'was to Loma, 0-
where John Dilliager was being :
held In Jail. Two of the gang in
vaded the Jail, shot to death Sher
iff Jess Sarber and liberated their
chief. . ' -
TWO DAYS ONLY; '
Today and Saturday
WE PREDICT yon win remember
ONLY, YESTERDAY" '. . . .
when yoa have fos
gotten a hundred
It touches life so
tenderly, yet so
deeply . . It's so nt
teriy hasaaa aad
down to earth . . So
vtteriy lovely with
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Tiaia, si m 9M aas Bhs Ifaweda ef
Th la tits Matin Opwa,'Alev"
top leaves they'rs nader-dsrdoped