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Elected, Will Resign and
Allow Withycombe to
No Campaigning Tours Over
State Are Planned by
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state business;-from the highest F
fice to the'lowest, so those who par
the taxes may get full value for the
surds they are contributing to main
tain the state government 1 s
"To accomplish this will be the ex
emplification of practical patriotism
and will meet in state government
that which is being urged fo strong
lyiipon each citizen, of- the jaation.
namely, conservation of all our re
sources so our full HlrAiRlh may be
used In carrying to a successful con
clusion the war in which we are no
engaged. No deed should be lft
undone that will aid in winning the
war. N'o sacrifice is too great for
those who remain at -home.
in Vrnlftleiil camuaign the
r r.. onH rftipiirvi has I far nroducihir -Al'Dlju,. the
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conceded to he ill-
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wate and extravagance are .elimin-f largest or its Knu. uver a munuu
ated. Thev are aoine to insist on j gallons of apple Juice have been pro-
business principles b-ing applied to duced at this plant in a single year
the public business; from the top A pplesa re secured from Venatche
fore the wholesale and retail trad-.
'Th!s move thai brings together
the two big foetors in the loganberry
and fruit juice Industry is one thai
will nieaa much to the Pacific north
west. Hack of the new company
will be adequate finance, and the
most modern and best equipped
plants in America for the production
of fruit pulees. The main plan for
the production of loganberry Julo
is at Salem, Auxiliary plants wilt
be located at Woodburn. Kore.u
Grove. Orenco, Fall City and other
points throughout the loganberry t
belt, which will enable the company j
to secure a maximum output of this?
now famous beerage.
At Olvmuia is located the gplani
been raised, and, I believe the mood Ay ft(tertsed drink
"of the Citizen of' thin tate is pow age-fsO4 other appl
?ucli that thev are going io see that Olytnpla plant U cor
1 ,'IIKX W. OM'OTT.'"
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. Ben VV. Olcott. secretary of stat-?,
yesterday made 'formal announce
iue:it of hi tandi'iacy for the. Us
iniblican gubernatorial nomination at
the primary election to be held Fri
day, May 17. Intnaklbg the an
nouncement Secretary Olcott reveals
his intention relative to a question
which has caused wide speculation in
the state for "months, by declaring
that !f elected governor he will re
sign the office of secretary of state
and permit the present governor to
appoint his successor. ,
It Vonltf be possible for Mr. Ol
cott. in the event of his election, to
retaia his present office until he
had been sworn in as governor, and
hri himself s anoint his miccessor.:
, - Mr. Olcott'B decision In this regard
now arouses speculation as to whom
iovernor;YItUycombe, -should Olcott
-tie elected, fwotild sppoint-s secre
tary ' of jrtate. .
,.:"-, Tbree Names Mentionetl. ,
" Olcott' term expires in January,
J91. , tJ. E. Brodle of Oregon City
win Dr a canaiaate ro.r ine oiticb in
. theeJection of 1920,. He is a con
sistent member of the Republican
party and there" am those who, be
lieve ! he 'would receive Governor
Withvconibe's "appointment to fill
out Olcott' unexpired-term, . It is
known, however, that. Harvey Wells.
state 'insurance commissioner.'' ijnd
,11. J. Schulderman, state corporation
commissioner, would not. bjeet to
the apoplntmeijt. yiotJi men are
good friends of the governor and it
is oossible that the appointment
might to to one of them.
r- In his announcement. Secretary
Olcott savs he will spend no time
campaigning, jobont the state. He
claims special qualification for the
office of chief executive through his
knowledge of state affairs gained by
seven years as secretary of state. He
promises an economical admlnistra
tioa,declarin that the.people are
demanding Jan elimination of waste
In verv Tinhlip nfflco "from the ton
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I'Ir. Olcott's statement follows:
Patriotic Sacrifice Urged.
"I shall be a candidate for the
Republican nomination for governor
at the prlmarr election-to be held
Friday. May IT. V y '
"If I am elected governor.' 1 shall
resign the office of secretary of state
and thus permit the present gover
nor to apDoint my successor.
'VThf I a time when patriotism
calls for "the greatest economy and
e'ficlencv In the conduct of state af
fairs. ..There is urgent need for the
pBidlcatfnn of business nrlnclples to
"It Is in this connection that I
feel I can give the greatest service
to the state as its chief executive.
As secretary of state I have made
business efficiency my first- vonsld
eratlon and have achieved results
which I gladly submit to the voters
as the basis for my aspiration to
serve the state in a larger field.
Would Demand Kf fUlMicy.
j ''There is no reason why every
depaitment of the state government
should .not be' conducted on absrn
lately efficient lines, and IT I am
elected governor I shall make It my
business to Inlect business economy
and business efficiency; into the
niany departments and commissions
which come under the direction of
the clvf executive. 1 will hold iny
apopi'ntees to as high a degree of ef
ficiency In the public service as is ex
acted from men 1n the employ of the
best managed private businesses.
When I make an spopintment that
person's whole time must be devoted
to te die of h's of?ice. I shall
be controlled by no one and will be
guided solely by business principfes
and common sense.
"The state is similar to a large
business corporation. It Is the peo
ple's corporation. A private corpor
ation, .unless backed by unlimited
resour'M like the state, would not
long survive if it did not have at its
head a man who fully devoted his
time and capabilities in .applyins
business lodgment and business
economy to Us affairs. Neither can
the state's business run of itself and
keX within the bounds of onomv
and on a plane of efficiency. As gov
ernor -I would expect o be the busi
ness heart of the great corporation
of the people and would apply my
energies to make a success of the
t " Tloa tl a a oil a fa t a rtiiafn assi flitva
through the office rt secretary of
tate. no office affords such intimate
knowledge, of state afralrs as does It.
This office I have held for 'the last
seven years. The knowledge and ex
nerlence thus gained will be of Im
mense,, value , to a chief executive.
Added to this is my famtliarity wlth
state institutions and activities
gained as a member of the board of
control, j - y. .. .- ..
, i For law Ewforcement.
f ' The people of Oregon have em
phatically YOfrred their sentiment f n
favor of prohibition, and. IfIani
elected governor I shall consider it
mv dutv to use the power of that
office to see that the laws are en
forced. And if, while 1 am governor,
the. 'dry ajnienment 4o the federal
coLstifhtlon,- providing for .-national
prohibition, i Is submitted to -;th
states for ratification I shall give it
mv endorsement and urge its speedy
anoroval bv the Oregon legislature.
Likewise, shoidd the national wom
an's suffrage-amendment pass con
gress, as It now appears It will, I
shall give Jt similar endorsement.
j "As the nroper performance of my
duties as secretary of state ireqn Ires
my undM led personal attention, I
shall spend xio time campaigning
over the state. The people of the
state are paying me a salary to look
Yakima, and other famous fruit dis
tricts. During the pressing season
an average of twenty-five carloads
of apples are tised In a day. The
Juice- is stored in 20,000 gallon-enamel-lined
N producK. has made a place for
itself on the national market more
I quickly than has loganberry juic"
in three short year. This Juice' of
Oregon's luscious- loganberry, with
its ruby-red color and crisp, lively
flavor, has been accepted, world
wide as a dellghtful.ealthful drink.
Famous "tioiels of New York. Iloston,
Philadelphia, Chicago and San Fran
cisco, as well as the Ida dining-car
systems of the" fonut-y, have place!
it ca their uenirs. With thousands
of Tetter-claSs grocers and canfec
tloners loganberry puice is now look
ed iif.on as the coming fruit Juice of
NaleM Sintw llaphl Increase.
"In 191 : 3. when the juice was first
Intfodiuel on the market, the total
sales of loganberry Ju!c.. for all
companies in the f bit) totalled les.i
than JCO.Oort. in iui6 the total
sales for all companies did not ex
ceed $200. OOiV While Ui 1917 the
total sales amounted to something in
excess of SI. 000,000, end at east 90
per cent of this sum of money result
ed from sales made ouraido the Pa--eifie
The story of the loganberry juice
inausiry reaas use a romance, wnen
the condition is recalled wh'ch exlst-
fed in the loganberry vinejurds jttbt
before someone conceive'! the Idea
of Introducing this beveraae. Be
cause of their unusual size and lus
ciousness. and without the necee
scary structure for holding the juice
loganberries could not. be success
fully shipped as fresh fruit. Many
farmers had ploughed up their vims
yards and given up In disgust. But
loganberry ; juice as a beveraga
caught on Instantly, and now the
berry is greatly sought after. Farm
ers have re-planted their vineyards,
and the crop of" 1918, with favorable
weather conditions, will break all
records for size. .
"This consolidation of the two big
companies . of the loganberry JuJce
Industry will mean a standardiza
tion of the products, and a concen
tration of effort that will carry lo
ganberry juice to the very top notch
I of popularity among fruit Juices." .
Miss Eugenia Phillips Writes
to Parents of Guatemala
For Skins Affected '
by Wind and Weather
DALLAS, Or.., Jan. 26. (Special
to Jhe Statesman.) Fears that
Miss Eugenia Pbillins. daughter vf
Sir. and ir. T. ' '"iMMys of this
city? might have been killed In the
eartnquaxe tiiat did damage 'n
This is the season when she who
would havn n spHtlcs. lily-whlt, sat
IWy -ompl?xton should turfl her
thought to mrrei'lttMl wax. the firm
rriemt of the wtnttr mr. Nothing--so
effectually rprcom-s th itj-spotli'iK
effects of 'piercing wMnds and bltlnw
cii- tmpratur. The wx literally
nhmirb lh chapped. reddened trr
rartnet mtlclf, bringtntr rorth a
brand nw skin, clear, soft snd arlrl
trhly beautiful. -Ari inc of mercol
ixfd wan. obtainable at any drugstore,
sppllnt nlKhtly likr cold crenm, an I
wMhril off mofnlnitn. wilt irrsdunl.y
Jnnprovc the.worat complex tin.
. ihe who codd! Herself all day in
an overheated house and find her
Lin ' f 1 1 1 a h atiffr fltf.Htiv na & PAniA.
iiufme, ran qutcKiy irrmen up f or t'aiias. Uepver $and San J rncisco.
Ifl, f'Ti-rilllK I "wim lirr ' 'WITr tl VtlA fl.fl
ItU l!l...ilvtni' At Allien. .
arter tneir business., and I cannot j Uautemala last m-th. were dis
proper'.y do this whes away from the r persed thls week, wl i her mother
office.' 'received an interesting letter from
her teBinsr her that siie-was safe
and describing in detail ''the earth
quake. Miss Phillips, who Is a mis
sionary -to Cohan. GauteiVald. stated
in the letter Lhat she spent several
hours In the open air during thj
time of the earthquake as many of
thehouset Irt their city were railing
in. killing the Inhabitants. She
stated that there were twenty-six dis
tinct shocks and that there was a
continual rattling of windows during
the entire time.
Miss Pbillins was formerly v
teacher in the Dallas. schools and left
last summer for , Coban. where she
will remain for several years as a
missionary. In her letter she describ.
ed the wedding that took place there
between a native beauty of high
birth and a titled German. Among
other things she told about buving
turkev for 6 cents a pound, which Is
considerably lower than the price
paid for the famous bird in this
UNION IS EFFECTED
(Continued from pare 1)
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f'Thia one transaction, which we
have been working on for more than'
cixty days, makes it . certain that
Salem will remain the .-enter of the
loganberrv juice business of the en
tire country. It Is now up to the
farmers to double the product."
Three Famous Brands Marketed.
' A statement issued by the officials
of tho new company says:
A "Just as the government today
is operating railways for the sake
of effecting economy ind t f ficiency
of service, so have the strung com
panies tn the national marketing or
Oregon loganberry juice-found It an
entlal an I irrat'cable measure. V
; "The Pheasant Northwest Prod
ucts company will market Phez. Lou
ana Applju, the three nationally ad
vertised and sold products of the two
parent companies, with, large adver
tising space in the big national mag
azines, as weljaa advertised by lo
cal campaigns throughout 'the coun--try.
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general ounces -or--the compsnv
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We have prevailed upon the Scotch Woolen Mills to allow the men' of Salem one more opportunity to get a
suit made to order at the old price with an " - - - -
Extra Pair of Pants Thrown Iri." -- v- --v:
We have a big assortment of extra fine woolens for your selection. In view of the rising prices on all woolen
goods this is an opportune time p buy a suit. :
SALE ST ARTS' MONDAY,' JAN. 2Stik
Come in and order that much needed suit guaranteed as to material, style fit and workmanship These
suits are made to your exact measure from materials of your own selection. The new spring textures and style
sheets are already here. . - ? .
, Early Ordering Insures' Early Delivery. ' ; : '
426 State Street
426 State Street
visualize war; to know the details of
"The hospital base, is the soldier's
little heaven," 5 Pte, Coillnge sail.
"J.Vot the one alxjve, but. the sacre I
ground presided over by a fled Cros
nurse. We all hope, that by sonte
fluke we will be spared for jthe ba
hopital. It li- the hop- J which
we cling." J
, Cellinge Is a Canadian lly birth,
fie 'Is recognized by the Canadian
government, which has supijed hii.i
largely with the pictures !ilch he
31. S. H. Uuel, Marion. -
32. 1 8. Lambert. Stayton.
3.3. e,rgc A. ttzel. Stayton.
33 William Uerlnger, Mcha
ma. .. ' .
(I. S. Ilaiban, Mehirms.
Conrad Miller. GaUs.
Oeorgc M. Hoysfr, Salem.
F. O Johnson. Salem. '
K. J:. UUbards, Mill City. ;
J. f Clark. Salem.
John Darby, Shaw,
Kdwa.nl .V, Hahn. Jefferson.
CharJea ' A: McKee.' Wood
rtlTS OF ADVICK OV IIKAlfTlfl.
win te located in Salem, branch of-
ficeK-will be maintained in&ew York
Mty. Chicago Atlanta. Kansas Caty
in a lotion made ny dlssvlvtrK an nunc
of ptiwdfrfd saxolitc In a naif pint
witch ha&el. -She'll find this most rc
ftefhintr. it smooihs out wrinkles and
drawn In the MKKy tissufs.
policy of the
company to keep a personal repre
sentative in all market sub-division
of the country, to the end that their
product will be kept constantly 't-
YOU'LL BE PROUD TO WEAR
CLOTHES MADE HERE
347 State Street
TO TALK IN SALETtl
There Is a man coming to Sale" i
who has gone through the hell of the
ar, w,o "has cantribnted to the
hell of the war, who -has escapl
from the hell of the war. and cornea
back, minus one arm. to tell of it.
His name is lUe. W. K. Collinge. and
he will talk at the Liberty tbeatro
on Wednesday and Thursday, Jan.
30 and .11, Illustrating his lecture
with war pictures rebased by the
Canadian g,ernnient. lu Canada
Collinge is well known. Tales of his
heroism have been seized by the
newspapers and published from coast
L But it is : not of bis personal
achievements that Pte. Collinge will
talk. He is not on a mission of
self applause. He is telling the
T'nited States the real facts about
the war, picturing It so graphically
that every man and woman who
hears will be able to picture hla or
her son surrounded by the war: to
NAMED BY COURT
District Official Receive New
Name Under Recently
The county court yesterday "ai
ipojnted several road patrolmen un
der the new law. It is, now "road
patrolman" instead of supervisor
and he gets. his authority to act from
the county road master who in Mar
ion county Is W. J. Culver
The Jpry list for the year 191 s
Is being prepared and It" Include
Hjr. names. 11
Following Is. a llt of the fort y
sfv,en road pitiolnien so far ap
pointed. Others are to be naie.1
later. The number In each case re
fers tothe district:
t. C. D, Troudt, Hubbard.
Charles Kuenstlng. Woodbur.i
Fred M. Oearln, Aurora.
W. F. Davidson, St. Paul.
F. It. Durette. Oervais.
John II. Chtsforth, nervals.
U W. I)ti rant, Woodburn. '
William Scollard. Gervais.
Joseph , A. Van Cleave, Wood-
l!. C. Jones, Silverton.
W. i;. liaynes, Calcm.
0.. M.. Kwves. Salem'.
Alphonse J. Huysei le, Hub-
Itay I.K-k. ' '
Peter Mai hoit, Aurora. ' .
Richard Patterson, Gervajs.
Leonard Wajk-r, West Stay
George Hlller, St. Paul.
W. II. I.ose, Stayton.
Charles Gilles. ML Anael. ,
K. C. UowtfinK, Sublniity.
X 4 .
12. W. T. Hogg. Scotts Mills.
'15 1. K. I. Chnrleswoith. Silver
11. J. Jefferson, Gervais. '
19. Archie Clazsett, Salem.
id William F. Ksplingcr. Salem
. 20. I,M. Van Cleave, Salem,
22. , C. J. , Ramsden. Ma;leay.
2.1. Charles Heater. Sublimity.
24. J. It. Van Handle. Stayton.
2. II. C. -Von. Behren, A urns -ville.
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2C. Charles Bear. Turner. .
27 C. H. Taylor, Tamer.
2i. W. W. Westeshouee, Salem.,
BY HONOR MEN
Tanner and Three Others
Take Rustein and Bring
Him to Prison
. Eat and drink nioderately in orde
thar you may do-so tomdrrbw.
Personal cleanliness is more than
luxury it means health; lift..
"The Old Oaken Bucket, the Moss-1
covered Bucket", will do to sing about
the wise man will . avoid closer
relationship. ' '
Don't open Uie ! window," and then
block, the fresh, air 'with the shade.
Let the' air in. Keep the shade up.
, Underfeeding iss. bd overfeeding
is worse. .
Bathtubs are. not luxuries they
are necessities. j; 4 , ,f ! f v
i Good health la: the Jjest -form ol
life insurance. ,? , . " ' .
Closed windows are open : avenues
placed in the garbage can, it will
become less i offensive provided al
ways that the can has a tight cover.
The pneurnqnla season if approach
ing. Pneumonia la a coiumunlcab'
and preventable disease. Therefor,
if prevented, there wilt be no sequela
or undertaker. ; : - ; - '
- Pure, air or open-alr; treatniect
does not mean, a few. boars dally,
but it means' twenty-four hours s
day. -Bulletin 'Los 'Angeles ; HcaUb
UepaftmeAL r I : i l
i-oi'iuxa jJQt'ius Fitot
- . ' PITCH KR. ; I ;
; In pouring liquids from pitcfeers,
teapots, etc, if It runs down the tide,
causing "it' fo spill onto 1 the table-
t A, w " . 1.1.1.' na
In building your fepmatloh for . Yr ""' .wf --
civie pride (ommem- In your back D overcome PT greasing me
yard, i - over which the liquid flows with a
Little scars on the arm save many Mtloltuher. This breaks the cipU-
in the kitchen sink, before being d the conUlner. i i I
Because his fellow convicts who
were members of an honor gang" In
n ''wood cimp volpnteered , to hnnt
him down, and made a' good job of
it, Abe Uusteln. a Russian Jew, who
is doing time for obtaining money by
false pretenses In Hood River coun
ty, was permitted to remain a frit
man only about five hours yesterday.
When It was found that Uustein
had stolen agway from the camp the
other honor men In the camp were
elven an opportunity to find him.
One group, in which was WillarJ
Tanner, doint; life for -murder, we.
given an automobile. The other men
In the car were Al. Dawson. B. K.
Roadet and B. W. Olson, They lo
cated Rustein near Switzerland, east
or Salem, and brought him back to
prison. ' . , '
In Ja nan. cord serves every pur
pose of faatenng. so the people have
no. nse foe buttons, or for buckles,
or hooks and: eyes, . .
Amctioe Sale '
H. L. llariter will hold an airtiiou sale oi Tuesday, January 23,
at 10 a. m.. at his place locate I t" and one-half miles west o(
Turner, on the old John Wlli -hen farm, near Battle Creek school
house, and the following property will leoId:
'. One bay,i mare- J ' years old,"
foaled ,.'n May; three horses;
two mules; coming' .1 years al ii"
One brlndle to freshen on
March 1 K. which gave 4 CO lb.
butterfat in ten months; three
cows that milk respectively
pounds, 31 and 29 pounds
daily, to freshen September
15; three, heifers from 50 1J.
butterfat cows. ,
Five tfattenlns: one brood '
sow. farjbw February 24. Fine
stock, .. . ' .
One 4-horse Fairlank-J
Morse gas engine, never used:
one Ie Laval separator. 700
pounds capacity; 260 pounds
red clover seed: sixteen sack
beet pulp; buggies; harness,
and all kinds of farming im
plements cblcfcena; hay B'J
grain; household goods, and
other numerous articles;
TERIfS All 10 and unler eah; over $10, time wiU
le priven to Octohef 1,1918, to parties giving lankalIc note.
Waring' H pr, cnr interokjl .
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
F. N. W00DRY, Auctioneer, i Ben Robertson, Clerk
Phone 31 0 as)d 511 l ' - "'' !