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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1921)
Oregon and Washington
Fruits Go to Eastern and
LINES CLEVERLY LAID
Half Million Farm Families
Ultimately Necessary to
Supply Big Demand
PORTLAND. April 7. OroKon
; and Washington berries and fruit
raised thin year will largely find
ttieir way to eastern and southern
markets. Much of this will be
old by the agency of the mar
keting system of the recently or
ganized Oregon-Washington Can
ning it Preserving company, $10.
000,000 merger of the canning
industry of Oregon.
It develops that aoout 95 per
cent of the canned and preserved
product from the two states is
nld at markets east of the Pacific
Gotham PreMcntN rroMein.
- One of the big problems in the
marketing of Pacific northwest
products Is found in New York
city, which is considered the most
TODAY and TOMORROW
BURNS AND LORRAINE
The "Tout De Sweet Duo"
A Bit of Everything
HENRIETTA AND WARRINER
Old' and New Songs
FOWLER AND CARLSON
v , The Act Different5
- REX BEACH SPECIAL
"THE SILVER HORDE"
The Monkey Hippodrome
18 Simian Actors and the Little Monkey
r.;. v..-; ; City
iff ' V
Epic -n. V
What you will see in this wonderful Masterpiece:
' VntiHl Pnla Varrl Va..'ii i
J . . , . . " " li r r si range magnetism.
1 ou ll.e her first as little Jeanne, a friendless waif from the
I unus wots in gay rans as a milliner's apprentice
looll see her radiant beauty and audacity carry her past the
barriers of poverty, jejtlonsy and greed to the pinnacle of place
ana power. '
r ? This Is the lntinjte romance of a wonder woman
.j: You'll see men fight and di for her
You'll laugh, and thrill and cry with her
;i.A8JOUiilVteU5h "intimate enesas you gaK8 breatb-
LllTJi panorama, in which thousands
?"",? the "ap. of tfe...v0! j,eer for a moment forKet the
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
difficult grocery market in the
United States. Here are 8,000,
000 persons with 23,000 grocery
stores. New York is essentially
quality market and in even th
cheapest stores about half th?
product for sale i made up o.
rationally advertised articles. i
New York city has 20ft whole
sale grocery houses and of these
oAly fCur rover all the grocery :
trade These are all piivate laoel ;
Whole Nation Im tioal.
Tacific northwest produCs.
however, have been handled by
four other houses which meet
virtually all the trade and a a
result 27oO stores in New York i
c'ty are now handling Pacific ;
northwest jams. jellies and 1
canned goods under the Pacific J
northwest labels. 1
The big nifrter proposes to
(nrry on its campaign until not
only the entire New York market
is reached but th? entire United
States has heard and is calling
for the fruit and berry products
of these two states.
lnt-no Campaign Planned.
To meet a nation-wide demand,
it will be necessary to cultivate
intensively every acre of the three
miftian acres available for small
fruit culture In the Pacific north
west. Officers of the new combine are
looking forward to such a day.
hllevfr5 it will take at least
.'00,000 families on the farms
alone to cultivate the acreag?
feeded to raise a supply to meet
a demand such as is expected.
Cop Here! Where did you steal
that ru! from?
Tramp I didn't steal it. A lady
up the street gave it to me and
told me to beat it.
A homely story of the picturesque
Mississippi River Shanty Boat People
Appealing tp every child from nine to
T fDCDTV A First National
LIDCjKI I Attraction
Claw Way to Victory After
Contest Appeared to Be
PORTLAND AGAIN LOSER
San Fraficsco Takes Third !
Straight from Beaver
i SACRAMENTO. Ca.. April 7.
j The Vernon Tigers clawed their
way to another victory here today,
; defeating the Senator? to 6 after
! the lo al club apparently nad sew.
id up the game with four runs in
the sixth inning-
Manager Easick threw 16 men
into the lineup to take the contest.
The Tigers fell upon Pitchers Xie
haufc and Penser for five tallies In
R. H. E.
Yernin 8 14 1
Sacramento 9 0
Sbellenback. Smallwood, Shore
and Hannah; N'iehaus, Penner and
Portland 3; Seul ...
OAKLAND. Cal.. April 7.
Three hits bunched in tnJ seventh
inning for two runs won tne third
straight game today for San Fran
cisco 5 to 3. Lewis was batted out
of the box in the fourth, when
Portland scored three runs. Crum
pter replaced him. Loueh replaced
Crumpter in the ninth, when the
Heavers filled the bags, with one
down, and ended the game by
sti iking out Wol'er and Krug.
Kamm starred at the bar. getting
a single, a double, a triple, scor
ing two runs hiniseir, and driving
in two moro.
R. II. E.
Portland . 3 7 2
San Francisco 5 12 3
Poison and King; Lewis,
Crumpter, Couch and Agnew.
Seattle 3; IO Anfieres 4.
LOS ANGELES, April 7. Man
ager "Red-" Killefer scored the
winning run today in me eleventh
inning when Los Angeia defeat,
ed Seattle 4 to 3. Carroll's single
to rUht with two out uicught the
Angel leader borne after the lat
ter had singled and stolen second.
Lane. Seattle right fielder slam
med the ball over the left field
fence for a home run in the third.
it. H. E.
.Seattle 3 7 1
Los Angeles 4 13 3
Jacobs and Tobin; Thomas and
Utah Season Opens Today
SALT LAKE CITY. April 7.
The weather man promises clear
skies and a dry field for tomorrow
when Oakland and Salt L.aJte will
make their fourth attempt to open
the 1921 baseball season.
State Traffic Inspector To
Appear Before Race
In City Court
Undoubtedly the arrest or Chief
Etate Traffic Inspector Raffety on
a charge of vfolating the traffic
r-gnlatlons in driving his auto
mobile without eUher headlirht
or a rear light Wednesday night
is a source of secret satisfaction
to the 23 or more persons placed
under arrest in the. recent cam
paign for traffic violators, in
which the chi?f has been particu
Traffic Police Hayrten made th
arrest, after chasing the car down
the Rtreet, when he learned of
the "'size of his catch." Officer
Raffety frankly admitted the Jus
tice of the charge And owned that
he had forgotten to turn on tho.
lights, as the spotlight was burn
ing. He will apper before Judge
Farl Race today to answer to th;
"You were too lenient with the
chanl f?ur of that motor truck."
said the fnssy pedestrian.
"I know he violated the law,"
fald the traffic policeman, "but I
5ldn't have the heart to arrest
him. He ued to be a grand
doke and everybody rot out of
the way of his car" Birmingham
xotio: to ovvnkrm op ixxm
It is unlawful in the state of
Oregon for any person to keep
dog of any descrlntion. over the
age of eight months, without firt
paying the licans; fee thereon to
the county clerk.
Section 8 of Chapter 1K6 of tho
lf 19 Session provides that
all owners of dog shall pay a fee
of On Dollar (fl) for male jr
spayed bitch dogs and Two Dol
lars ($2) for female dogs, to bo
paid during the monht of January
in each year, or within thirty days
after becoming the owner of said
dog or dogs, and that all dogs not
ko licensed shall e killed by thfl
ioerni. i nier oi Police or Con
; stable, and the owner thereof sui
; Jected to a fine. If yon have not
i complied with th-s law von ha.i
better li ft af once. After twen
ty days from the date of this no
tice I intend to enforce this law to
the letter in Polk county.
Dated Ihfs 7th day of April.
JOHN W. ORR.
Sheriff of rollt County. Oregoa.
DR. HENRY VAN DYKE.
Dr. Henry Van Dyke, who haa long
been pastor of the Brick Preabytertan
Cburcn of New York city, and aiao a
professor in Princeton University,
cays that "no art ts exempt In th
moral law" and that ridicule will kill
immodest dresa and Indecent dances.
He is unstirred by tb alarming re
ports on the present day standards
and call Ja an Invention by Imps
for the torment of imbeciles. Ona
cf his firm beliefs la that BOod music,
like good books, will always exert
Attractive Program is Pre
pared For County Conven
tion at Hubbard
Tlic cotintv convention of Odd
Fellows v.ill be held at Hubbard
Saturday of this week instead of
today as was recently errenequsly
published, and no less than 14
lodges of the county will be rep
resented. The opening session will begin
at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon
and will be conducted by L. J.
Adams of Silverton. An address
of welcome will be given by L. C.
McSliane of Hubbard and a re
sponse by Robert Henderson of
Salem. This will be Tolowed by a
business session and by a banquet
at 6 o'clock p. m.
In the evev-ng tJ following
program will be given:
Instrumental solo by Velma
Address by F. 'W'. Keagy of SU
verton. Vocal solo by Lo.'s Simmons.
Chorus singing by T. L. T. C.
club of Itebekahs of Salem.
Vocal duet by two women of
Reading by Katherine Pook.
Selection by male quartet from
Violin solo by Carmen Scholl.
Recitation by FranceAs Leffler.
Chorus singing by T. L. T. C.
club of Rebakahs of Salem.
(selection by Hubbard high
school Glee club.
Singing of "Star Spangled Ban
ner." Somebody bm.K Al Waddell
what was the sadd.-st thing he saw
during the war.
"Well, it was this way," said
Al. "We had just discovered a ma
chine gun nest with about 12 gun
ners in it who were holding up the
advance of our troops. We located
the nest and our first shot went
right Into the center of It." I
"How dreadful!" cried the old
lady. ' Did it kill them all?"
" No." said Al sadly; '"it was a
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Where The Big Shows Way '
Santiam is Title Conferred
NEXT MEETING APRIL 22
Engineer Instructed to Ad
vertise for Bids on New
PORTLAND. Ore., April 7.
Names of two highways were ap
proved today by the state highway
commission which completed in
session finishing matters left over
from the two-day monthly meet
'.iiii. The Santiam highway was the.
name conferred upou the road
from Albany to Sisters by way of
Lebanon. The Sherman highway
was the name given the new road
which will start at Criterion and
rrn through Shaniko, Moro asd
Wassco to the Columbia river high
way at Biggs.
The commision decidsed to hold
its next meeting at Portland.
April 22. The commission ordered
the highway engineer to advertise
CH SAEE TEA
Darkens Jleautifully and Ilestorcn
Its Natural Color and
Lustre at Once
Common garden sage, brewed
into a heavy tea, 'vith sulphur and
alcohol added, will turn gray,
streaked and fadeo hair beutifuHy
dark and luxuriant. Mixing the
Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe at
home, though, is troublesome. An
easier way is to get the ready-to-use
preparation, improved by the
addition of other ingredients,
large bottle at little cost, at drug
stores, known as "Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur Compound", thus
avoiding a lot of muss.
While gray, faded hair is not
sinful, we all desire to retain our
youthful appearance and attrac
tiveness. By darkening the hair
with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Compound, no one can tell, be
cause It does it so naturally, so
evenly. You just dampen a
sponge or soft Druslii with it and
draw this through your hair, tak
ing one small strand at a time;
by morning all gray hairs have
disappeared. After another appli
cation or two your hair becomes
beautifully dark, glossy, soft and
luxuriant, and you appear year?
FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL
rnr hi riu tn he onened ADril 22 on
as many Jobs as can be made
ready out of the folIow:ng pro
jects: , .
Paving the Pacific highway
from Canby to Aurora anu resur
facing the Tillamook roaa.
Grading the followisg: Road
from -Monmouth south 7.57 miles,
Holmea, Gap-Rickreau road; Re-mote-Camas
Valley roaa, Brush
creek-Mussell creek road in Curry
county, road from Grauts Pass to
Jackson coounty line, Sheridan
WfUamina highway. McMlnnville
Amity road, Telocaset-North Pow
er and Union-Telocaset roads, Can-vonville-Myrtle
creek road. May-ville-Thirty
Mile creek road, Enterprise-Joseph
Dalles-Rowena road, Heppner
Jones Hill road, the Turn-Turn
section in Benton county and the
Toledo-Newport road to Corvallis,
surfacing in Benton county, Lex-ington-Heppner
Bids will also be ootsued for the
paving of the two bridges near
the Newberg limits.
Sh? was having some new fix
ture put up in her house and she
stood by watching the workman.
Is a necessity to health at all sea
sons. No better time for blood
cleansing than now. and the one
true. Spring Medicine is
Materials are French and Mannish
Serges, Wool Poplins, Tricotines, etc.
Plain tailored and box coats, embroidT
ered and trimmed. Suits that former
ly sold up to $29 0 '
EXTRA SPECIAL $16.75
Watch Daily Papers
of Our Fire Sale
It will be the Biggest and Most Talked About Sale Ever Held in Salem. It Will
Pay You to Wait For Never Again Vill You Buy Dry Goods at Such Extreme
ly Low Prices as These Will be Sold f or.
Thousands and Thousands of Dollars wort h of Dry Goods Will be Thrown on the Mar
ket at extremely low prices.
The Insurance Adjusters have turned over the slock to us, which was mostly water
soaked irr-the basement, also other stocks that are slightly burned on the salvage. Tou
will find here, underwear, hosiery, gloves, wool dress goods, dress silks, colloh goods of
all kinds, sheetings, muslin. This sale will run for about a week at our old store. 41f,
State street. The remaining stock after th e sale will be sold to a Salvage company and
shipped out of town.
"Don't you think you have placed
those fixtures too high?" she
The workman was a stolid fel
low, and making no reply what
ever, continued to adjust the fix
tures. "Didn't you hear my question?"
she demanded. "How dare you
be so rude?"
Oar Prices Always The Lowest
Commercial and Court Streets
A iniini Ai!tnioaTmiairu
JL ii.UililJlVFUlllIl'OHUilll Villi II
ed convulsively, and then, i
gentlest of voices replied;::
cuse nre, lady, but I had fcV
mouth full of screws and I couu
not answer until I had BWaliotJ
Statesman Bring Results
The Sign of
At First-class Garage
and other Dealers r