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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON
FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 4. 1921
"Wilson Believes in Princi
ples As One in God,"
IS SOLDIER OF IDEALISM
WotJ Is Compared With
That of Washington
PARIS. March'?. -Paris papers
of all shades jot political opinion
devote lengthy articles to the
change in the 'American adminis
tration in which comment on the
departure of j- PreJdent Wilson
holds a larger place than specula
tion on tlie coming of President
The Temps says:
"President Wilson believes In
principles as one believes in God.
He has failed in his noble effort,
as are bound to fail all those who
wish i to act above human nature
as it! is constituted.
"Wood row. Wilson wilt remain,
however, as a man who desired to
unsheath the sword to defend
right -and liberty. For this alone,
he wll remain forever in history
as agreat American."
The Petit Pariaien says:
"Despite the bitter attacks to
which he has been subjected.
President Wilson ( will remain
great because he has been a .noble
soldier of idealism and humanity."
La Victoire says:
"There is a tragic grandeur in
the political and physical collapse
of a man who two years ago was
the moral dictator of the allied
The Radical which represents
the Left Center party Rays:
!'The work of Wilson was
worthy that of Washington and
Youth is the period or endeav
or, old age of results. This is the
reason for the futility of young
folks displeasure at their parent's
old-fashioned ideas. Such ideas
are fixed: they will not chance.
APPEALS FOB AID
Red Cross Urged to Seek
Leniency for Man Sen
tenced to Hang
.:;:': -the new -
United States Disc Separator
Unrioaled does it stand today
i The best Machine in every way.1
Because it has so many labor taxing,
Perfected Bowl with interchange
able discs. .
. . Simple, bet sure' Speed Indicator BelL
how Crank speed, Enclosed Gears,
and Automatic Oil-splash system," which
means eas7 running. ' '
. Low and adjustable milk supply can.
Ease of changing crank from one tide
to the other, making it possible to pjace
the separator where , most convenient.
Adaptability for attaching power in
various ways. " , ' -
A free demonstration will convince all interested"
dairymen of the.supcrkrity of the United Sutcs
Come and a,
iShip Us Yon r Cream
Marion Creamery & Produce Co. ,
Salem, Ore. Phone 68S ; 5, "
Many farmers who have been forcing the growth
of grain, realize that the land must be built tip and
know that clover is the most profitable way to do so.
Especially as the market is rather unsettled and im
possible to forecast a price on the coming crop.'
We have the finest qualitythis season we have
ever had lh large lots and are making special low prices.
There is a great deal of poor seed on the market but
you will find it will pay you to buy our seed that has
been tested by the United States Seed Laboratory and
know what you are buying.
- Also,1 a complete stock of all grass and field seeds,
jarden "seeds, early potatoes, onion sets, etc. Send for
atalogue. . ' .
D. A.WHITE & SONS
rhone 160, 235 State Street Salem, Oregon
Examines Teeth Free
tig painless Parker
f pnU3T dentists make a chargs
f jfor looking at your teeth and
telling yon what they need, but
they will not tell you how much
it will coat to bare the work done
,t. until the Job la completed. Then
you get a biH that wakes you up
In all E. R. Parker System OQces exm ;
ina lions and advie are free. A patient Is
" told what is needed to fix the teeth op fax
good shape and what the price wffl bo f
doing It- No guesswork about It. "
This is my Idea of the square deal. II Is
the only way to practice dentistry on a sat-
isfactory basis. I have never had anything
to do with the Dental Trust, because its
-ways have made dentistry cost more than
' the people could afford to pay.
When you think of TEETH think of
PARKER, r -
E. R. PARKER SYSTEM
Dr. V. A. nut n04 Dr. D. 1L Ogd.a
8Ut a Commercial Su, Sal cat. Ox.
The American Red Cross, home
service section, in the Salem
postoffice building, has its trou
bles and problems. They come
all. day and every day, and in all
the different forms that troubles
take in this sad old world and
that is a good many.
Yesterday the following letter
was received from Kstella M.
Mulliner. executive secretary ol
the home service .section of the
American Red Cro at Idaho
Falls, Idaho, directed -to the Sa
"Re John L. Rat hie. formerly
Company II, 102 Infantry; ad
dress Hox 1, Rt 6, Salem, Oregon:
"The mother of the above
named man came to me very
much distressed over her son. It
seems that he was discharged
from, the service In April, 1919,
and that while overseas he was
wounded and gassed and was in
the hospital several months. I
have seen the certificate awarded
him showing that these conditions
are true. f
"He worked here In Idaho Falls
for some time and seems to have
given very good satisfaction, but
was dissatisfied with tdOamonth
and board and left town. The
next his mother heard of him was.
from a lawyer saying he was in
Jail in your city. She does not
seem to know Just what the trou
ble was, but the letter she had
from the boy recently seems to
indicate that he is in a repentant
mood and anxious to do some
thing for his mother. The moth
er has nine children, six of whom
are at home, and her divorced
husband. Mr. Leffelbeln. has
failed to pay the alimony recently
and she is in need of assistance,
which we will endeavor to see
that she receives.
"The man enlisted In Washing
ton, and is, I presume, vntUled to
the bonus being paid by thetate.
He has lost his discbarge certifi
cate and has never filed a claim
for compensation with the gov
ernment. He was treated in Hos
pital No. 102. A. E. F. Will lit
he possible for you to call on him
and attend to thetu matters?
"P. S. Since writing this fore
going, I have learned that the
man is not only awaiting his trial
In May. as I understand, but that
he is sentenced to be hanged in
May and is hoping for a reprieve
of some sort at that time. It
seems that If there is anything
to be done for him it will have to
be tfone immediately Kindly
see tt anything can be done and
let me know, as the mother feels
that his only hope lies in the Red
' ' Mother Is In Ignorance
"From the above it is seen that
the mother of John Rathle Is (or
was ud to a day or so ago) in ig
norance of his real plight., Sto
thinks he is in jail. He surely is. !
Rut a strong one. Box 1. ut. 6.
Salem, means the Oregon state
Rathle is one of the men con
victed of assisting in the murder
of Sheriff Taylor of UmatllU
county, and he was sentenced to
be hanged last noveraber. Th
case is now in the supreme court
and argument for a new trial will
be heard in April. Neil Hart, al
so implicated In the crime, was
hanged last November.
- Mrs. Uurton, who was Miss
Haisy Colwell before her mar
riage, was born at" Caruanrhe. Ia.,
December 12, 160. She came
to Salem 46 years ago next July,
July 1. 1S77. she married A. A.
Hnrton. who came to Oregon 4G
yc-ars acu last Iecember. To
this union were born two sons,
Rov Burton and Dr. D. C. Rurton,
both of Palem. She leaves in ad
dition to her hnsband and two
Mrs. J. W. McKinney of Turner.
Mrs. Burton was a member of
the Baptist church.
Funeral service will be from
the Webb & Clongh chapel, the
date to be announced later.
Mlf HEART ID
dole Garrison's Xew Thaw Of
s. two sisters. Mrs C E. Lnm REVELATIONS 0F A WIFE
North Yakima. Wash., and
WHY IS DICKY DISCONCERTED
BY ALFRED DURKEE'S
Involuntarily I turned my eyes
toward my husband us Alfred
1 1 1 1, - . namn n t L'rlith
TO Begin Life Sentence Fairfax. I was furious at myself
tbe next instant for my lack oi
poise. I had no desire to betray
either to Dicky or to the Durkees
that the girl's name bad any pow
er to disturb me.
Still, I wasn't the only one dis
turbed. Dicky turned toward me
with a perceptible little start as
Edith Fairfax's name left ms
friend's lips. There was in his
eyes a sort or cat-caugnt-at-tne-cream
expression that roused
within me the demon of Jealous
curiosity I had thought never to
But I lowered my own eyes In
stantly, clenched my fingers in
my palms, unseen by the rest,
with the determination that
neither Dicky nor the others
should guess one whit of what I
was felling. After all. I told my-
Beaien hV Hinh Sfihnnl '. with a mental sneer at my
" I frtllir niokir'a lrtrtfc- w tin
doubt due to his old knowledge
of my jealousy of the Virginia art
student, and my reasons for that
emotion. It was no proof of any
later episode which, might con
Little Mrs. Dnrkee, whether in
oocently or intentionally I never
can quite decide the point at
which ingenuousness changes to
cleverness with her rushed Into
the conversational .breach with an
"Edith Fairfax! Why. Alf. yon
never said a word about it!
didn't see it. Why didn't yon
tell me? Have you got the piece
with yon? Read it to us this in
stant if you have."
Her son looked at her with
Thomas Lotisso Arrives
Thomas Lotisso. who was con
victed of first degree murder in
Portland a few days ago" for the
Flaying of his wife, and who was
sentenced to life Imprisonment in
the state penitentiary upon re
commendation of the Jury, was re
ceived at the state prison last
Lotisso was married in England
while In army service, and with
his war bride returned to his
home In Portland at the cessation
oi hostilities. Their domestic
happiness was not lasting and
ended with the murder which took
place on a Portland street.
The Willamette freshman
quintet went down to defeat last
night before the fast basketball
machine of the Salem high school
by a score of 23 to 8 on the nnl
versity floor. The smoothness
and speed with which-the high
school men played promises that
they will make a strong fight for
state honors in the tournament
which is to be held in Salem
March 10, 11 and 12.
Coach Hendricks in comment
Ing on the ability of his men as
exhibited by the game last night
expressed absolute confidence
that the machine that has won 10
out of 11 games this season will
meet with success in the state con
The first half of the game last
night was exceptionally fast and
the Willamette men put up a stiff
fight. Although It would be lm-
imssible to pick out a star on the
high school team. Shafer stands
out as the undeniable star for the
In the beginning line-up last
night "Erie" Jones was restored
to his position as forward. Gos
sard returning to the position of
center. The line-up to. start was
E. Jones and Staley. forwards;
TTosser; center; M. Jones and Ash-
by, guards. ; .
Allen Again Appointed
On Horticulture Board
Albert C. Allen of Medford was
yesterday reappointed by the
state board of control as a mem
ber of the state board of horticul
ture to represent the third district
of the state.
0. A. C. Wrestlers Win
Over Washington State
CORVALLIS, Ore.. March 3.
Oregon Agricultural college to
night won its wrestling meet witn
Washington state college 8 to 0.
Fulton. O. A. C. 12D pounds, won
the decision from Logan, W. S. C,
and Butchin of the home team de
feated the visitor's man. Moss In
two fal!. Fish. O. A. C. won from
Tyson. W. S. C. and Glldjord. W.
S. C, won from Armstrong, O. A.
C. in the 158-pound class. Mars
den of the home team, defeated
GALL FOR HELP
Utah Aggies Invited
For Game With Hawaii
PORTLAND. Or.; March 3.
According to mail advices from
Honolulu received here today the
University of Hawaii has definite
ly decided to invite the football
Wireless Reports Show That
Neither Vessel is in Im- .
team of the Utah Agricultural col
lege to go to Honolulu for the j jess operators, read:
. NEW YORK. March 3. Two
submarines. 0-7 and 0-8, reported
by wireless tonight that they
were in need of assistance. The
0-8 Is ashore between Peikese and
Gull islands In Buzzards bay. and
the 0-7 is In distress about three
miles east of Race Rock. Wilder
ness Point. In Long Island eound.
Her trouble is not known.
- The 0-8 had gone ashore about
one mile from tbe Cuttkhunk
coast guard station, the message
said. A coast guard cutter was
standing alongside and she was
expected to float at midnight.
The message indicated the sub
marine was in no Immediate dan
ger. A message from the 0-7 which
was picked up by amateur wire-
ween which It has a width VI
three and a half miles. : ,
A wireless message to the
picked np here, said Eagle Boi
No. 33, from New London Cost
was going to her assistance. Tk
0-7 replied in a message that b
additional help would be nee44
This was taken to ladlcatv thai
neither the submarine nor her
crew was in Immediate danger.
BEPEAL OF WAR
Resolution to Do Away With
proposed Christmas game. It was
considered, according to the ad
vices, that either the prospective
winner of the southern California
conference or the University of
Oregon would be too strong for
Hawaii, so both were eliminated
House Refuses Money
For Nitrate Plant
WASHINGTON. March 3. For
the second time, the' house tonight
refused to concur in ti9 senate
amendment to the sundry civil
appropriation bill providing $10.
000.000 for. work daring the com
ing fiscal year on the government
dam near the Mnrle Shoals. Ala.,
nitrate plant. The vote was 207
Wool in Portland
Commanders' Council 0!
Oregon Files Articles Of
President and Successor
To Widow -
The Commanders. Council of
Oregon, a new patriotic organi
zation, filed articles of incorpor
ation yesterday at the office of
T..B. Handley. state corporation
commissioner. Tha purpose of the
organization is to foster 100 per
cent Americanism and to co-operate
with the Veterans of In
dian wars, the Grand Army of the
Republic, the United Spanish War
Veterans, the Veterans or For
eign Wars and the American le
gion. The Incorporators are John W.
Cullen. J. T. Butler, Clarence R.
Hotchkiss. John W. Jones and
William S. Gilbert. The head
quarters will be located at 1014
Chamber of Commerce buildiilg.
Other articles -of Incorporation
filed yesterday were:
N. O. Lindey company. Port
land: incorporators. N: O. Lindey.
W. Case, H. A. -Robertson; capi
Oregon Fan Belt Manufactur
ing company. Portland: incorpor
ators. L. Is Blumenthal, G. C.
Read, E. K. Oppenheimer; capi
A permit to operate In Oron
was issued to the Utah Shales
corporation, having a caoitkliza
tlon of $3,000,000. W. Y. Mas
ters f Portland is attorney-in-fact
The Grand Rapids Show Case
company, a Michigan concern op
erating in this state, filed resolu
tions showing an increase in cap
itallzation from $750,000 to $1.-500.000.
Mrs. A. A. Burton, Early
Salem Resident, Passes
, Another of Salem's early resi
dents passed away yesterday af
ternoon at . 4 o'clock . .with the
death of Mrs. Daisy G'. Burton,
lor 45 years a resident of Salem.
Death came at the Barton family
WASHINGTON. March 3.-
President-elect Harding in person
and President Wilson through a
written message today extended
their sympathy to Mrs. - Champ
Clark on. .the death yesterday of
her husband. -
President-elect Hard trig and
Mrs. Harding, leaving their hotel
for the. first time after thlr ar
rival in Washington shortly after
noon, called on Mrs. Clark and
Bennett Clark, a son, late in the
President and Mrs. Wilson ten
dered their sympathy In a' note,
written by the president. The
president issued orders for the"
lowering to half-mast of all flags
on government buildings during
tbe fnneral services here. Satur
day, and at Bowling Green, the
former speaker's home, on Mon
day. Tonight the house laid aside
the rush of last minute legisla
tion for an hour to pay tribute to
its former leader. Members vied
with one another In eulogizing
the qualities of Champ Clark.
The eulogies were delivered to
packed galleries. "Uncle ,Joe"
Cannon, who preceded Mr. Clark
as speaker, was among the fore
most of those who paid tribute.
'None mourn the Ions of Chamn
Clark more keenly than I" Mr.
Cannon told his colleagues. ''He
had the one quality which has
developed leadership at all times
confidence in his cause and
confidence In himself. He had
the courage of his convictions."
"To know him well was to be
his friend." declared Representa
tive Mondell. Wyoming, Republi
can house, leader. He exempli
fied to the fullest In his lire and
character the personal and civic
virtues In his life and character,
the personal asd civic virtues
which we are pleased to believe
reach their most perfect develop
ment under the conditions of Am
'He was great in victory and
greater in defeat." said Represen
tative Mann. Illinois, who was
Republican house leader when
Mr. Clark was speaker. "In all
the contests and bitter fights we
learned not merely to respect each
other, but to love as two broth
"The achievements of Champ
Clark will always remain an in
spiration for the young." assert
ed Representative Rainey of Illi
nois. "He literally fought his way
into leadership here." &ald Speak
er Gillette. "As a speaker. Mr.
tfark was pre-eminent, for jie
set aside partisanship' and was
tbe impartial Judge." '
An Involuntary Disclosure.
"Do you think I carry tha news
papers around with me?" he de
manded teasin;;ly. "But don't you
care. I can remember every word
of it. It is imprinted on me 'art".
He patted his chest melodramati
cally. "It was simply a caption
under the lady's picture, stating
that she had been dacorated for
bravery, and had returned to this
side got in yesterday, I believe.
Seems she was a canteen worker.
and stayed at her post with the
bullets and shells, etc., etc.. hail
ing around. Pretty plucky, I
Sess. Didn't know the little girl
d tt in her. In fact, I didn't
know she. was over there. Wonder
what sector she was In."
:The San Mihlel." Dicky's
voice uttered the words involun
tarily. I knew this by the brick
red flush that suffused his face,
then faded as quickly, leaving him
rather white. He didn't glance at
me this time, nor. Indeed, at any
one. Alfred Durkee did not see
the flush, for he was attending to
the ashes of his cigar at that mo
ment, but I saw little Mrs. Dur
kee. look curiously at Dicky, and
heard her draw a startled breath
If Alfred Durkee hadn't seen
Dicky's emotion I know he would
n't have- continued the conversa
tion in the strain he did. But in
ignorance of any dangerous cur
rent beneath his words, he quick
ly took up my husband's inadver
PORTLAND. Or.. March 3.
A start Is being made In relieving
the Portland warehouses of the
large stock of wool they have been
carrying for the last year. The
steamer Fred Luckenbach. due
from San Francisco Saturday
night, will take out about 1,500.-
ooo pounds of wool, billed to
Boston and Philadelphia. Fif
teen cars have been moved east
by rail. There will still be some
six million pounds ! of wool left
here and It is probable the bulk
of this will be transported to the
east as soon as possible, accord
ing to warehousemen.
Oregon Apples ;
. Will go to Europe
PORTLAND. Or.. March 3.
Arrangements are being made be
tween .the Oregon Apple company
and two steamship lines, the Roy
al Mall Steam Packet and the
Holland-'American. for the ship
ment of large quantities of Ore
gon apples by water next fall, it
was announced today. The two
steamship companies have agreed
to send ressels here for the pur
pose of having refrigerating space
for 35.000 to 40.000 boxes of
fruit at a trip. The apples will
go direct to Europe.
How long will it take for as
sistance? We need help at once."
Tbe message was addressed to
the navy yard here and was re
layed to the destroyer Creaham.
anchored at Tompklnsvllle, Staten
Race Rock, near which the 0-7
l reported in distress. Is on the
northeast side of The Race, tbe
main entrance from eastward In
Long Island sound. The Race Is
marked ' by lighthouses on Race
Rock and Little Gull Island, be-
WASHINGTON. March 3 6!t.
nature by President WUon of tk
resolution to repeal virtually all,
of the war laws was announced to
ntght at the White Hoase.
The President also approved to
day four additional appropriation
measures the Indian, legislative
executive and Judicial; acrical:-'
ral and fortifications bills. Tk
army bill was the only appropru.
tion measure before him.
The president also disposed of
a number of miscellaneous legi.
latlve measures Including the bij .
to extend for 25 years the' oil
leases held by the Osage Indians;
the bill extending tbe time perl
mltted foreigners to file patexu
In the ' United States, and tie
amendment to waterpower act. es-
eiupiiug pairai jn IU U&Uta
States, and the amendment to v- .
terpower act, exempting natiosal
parks from water leases and privileges.
LADD & BUSH, BANKERS
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Office Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
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L LEWIS CIGAR MFCCatbiJ
Izrgd Independent Qfcr Facnj fc Vir'd
V ueaia came 11 mo onnun laimij In j -t-i ru r - f
residence, 3117 East State .street, g nCad InO. Classified AdS
Is Madge Right?
"Oh. ho!" he drawled quinlcal-
ly. -The San Mihlel. eh? Will
you please five your close atten
tion to this. Mrs. Graham?
"Prisoner at the bar, you have
named the place where the beau
tiful canteen lady worked. Now
will you state how it happens
that yon know so much about said
beautiful canteen worker, when
deserving young bachelors like
me didn't even know she had
crossed to the other side? I feel
bound to tell yon that you need
not incriminate yourself, but
we await your answer anxiously.'
' "Alfred, you're perfectly aw
ful!' his mother declared, rising
in what appeared to me as a pat
ent effort to turn the conversa
tion. "Don't pay. any attention
to him. Madge. And do take me
in to see Mother Graham and your
rather. I n dying for a good talk
with them. Come elong. Alf.
"I'm waiting for an answer,"
her son retorted, mischievous
persistence dancing in his eyes.
"Come now. Dicky-bird."
"Will you . shut np, you ring
tailed baboon!" Dicky made a
painful effort to pass the matter
off ag, a Jest, but I saw that be
neath his smile he was furiously
angry at Airred Durkee. "Of
course. I knew Miss Fairfax was
over there. She did some cork
ing good . worka too."
"No doubt, no doubt." Alfrd
nodded his head gravely. "Well,
I'm glad you had some sympa
thetic soul near yon to sew on
you buttons and give you hot
chocolate, and make yon dough
nuts. I've been so worried about
you without these little atten
tions, but I see now I could have
spared my uneasiness."
"It's the Salvation Army girls
who make the doughnuts. Alf.
and Jrou know It, and I 'shan't al
low you to tease Dicky any more."
Mrs. Dnrkee declared. "I'll bet
Miss Fairfax never was near his
battalion at all. Come along now
or I'll switch you. If yon are a re
Dicky's eyes showed actual re
lief at Mrs. Durkee's assertion,
but I knew only too well that Al
fred Durkee's raillery had hit the
Somewhere overseas. Edith
Fairfax had had the blessed op
portunity of rendering mr hus
band - the little services which I
would have cat off my hand for
an opportunity to give him.
' (To be eontraued)
Withdraway of American
Troops Sought by Haiti
WASHINGTON. March 3.
Withdrawal of American military
forces from Haiti and re-establishment
of full power to the na
tive government Is thexbject of a
mission headed by Paul Sannon.
former minister to the United
States, which arrived today to
confer with leaders in congress.
Mr. Sannon, who said he rep
resented "the Haltlen People
urged upon Senator Knox, a mem
ber of the senate foreign rela
tlons committee, the appointment
of a Joint congressional commit
t to Investigate charges of al
leged misconduct toy military au
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