i8 SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 20, 1921 ! , . THE OREGON STATESMAN.; SALEM, OREGON ... . - - 1 ALL MIS ILL BE HERE One Day of .State Fair Will Be Set Apart for Spec j: r ial Recognition made primarily- to show what the HHue of foreign euuntriea have brought to enrich American art and. craft and also to t .it-blU h mure ir.eumy reiiiioiis L.iva the residents of tMs state and thoie who have accented ritii'.en st'P and created homes he r The state fair board undertook the work last year, sett.ng atide on day lor those of . foreign BANDITS HGLD MEN IN 'JILT director; is chosen Mrs.1 Patterson Named to Formulate' Program; Edu- ver. i r. nt r.iiv BANK OFFICERS PRESENT 1 '4 cational Value Big An outstanding" feature of the coming Btate fair, September 26 to Ofctober 1, will be the A!l-Am- erlcajn exhibit-, vlilen n to '- CCWXm Absent 'BARKERS' :Sn.aiu7ZriJm Masked Robbers Lool; every point of view, that It was! .RriI of WnfalinP Fn!k decided to give over a Ration ot ! Bar'K ai eidline railS, the educat'oi al talliing toi sim-j Wa?h EflSHf ifar exhibits this year, the place Vdwll., CbUdfJU to be occupied by thern during the eutire week HtH. Patterson Niuiie,! Mrs. isaac raiiffBOn, vice; president general o the National j Society of the Daughters tf the African Involution, who po ndered the effort last year, has again been named to take charge. In her endeavors sha will havej the assistance of other riiemte;-s ' of her organization, who will act as hostesses and lend aid In other ways. i-Jlforti; have been golsg on for several months past In solieitin vault and took the r. tuaiiul?r of 1 he lil.eiiy lo;ds. iffrt'ii Ti.l. After tying the hands rf the .,nl:V. , c, rs. la n;t,iir" f-nabed l h-fjr into the vault !! hut thr- door. An alarm to nected with the rtore of K. O. Dressel. brother of the cashier. e:av the w&ri!u. and a the ! oU- !u wpf li'.'i". inE the br.-.V T?ie r r-.:sh."vd oit with a re vol- FUST IIPiHT II! I I 0h-1 hllr f ' uia!!- b;,t in of hafcdling. Ul I LnllU UULU li .ch-iiiliness of packing and iu .., ... u - ,. ' . - . 1 ; They are the clean st and the nicest barreled straw berties l u-ve ever seen. ' 'iOslv one ol.jeik!n could be t bandits fired at iwin Fnlirn Tonnage Held by As Two Valleys Sold at $65 j i'ii-t'liciivf i . '. jifve Thugs Fire at Storekeeper, Are Afoot, Posse Fol lows Into Hills SPOKANE. Wash.. ,Ang. After locking two officers of the j the Utility Valuations Are Compiled by Mr. Lovcll, i Frank K. :.ov-ll. state tax con:- j in Lssioner. has written leit"rs to the i.a(!.-!Sof various utility tor- ' oorations oierating in Oreo:. ! i asking them to call at h'. offices 1 ,;i .aic-;:; n-u;i;n tue next few . weeks to discuss the valuations ot ; their respective properties. I Levying of taxes on these cor- j porations will rot he completed1 iriit-1 December, but because of many intricate problems in- of shiji'ing twiaaiuers. ilo'nc a nobie job. We I k-o:i?ratu!ate you. j Ire as.-uK iatii.u r.iakcs every i ci'fou, . 0:1. intent with reason, to 1 . t oat products of the highest JtjHality possible. It Is tiiroush j this sort of effort that a market lor Oregon trttit can te omit v.u that will be profitable an 1 O: P-2 r! i c ....... nn m-tfer wh.ir other f.i:!- :iiem n-ir,vt t- fom; 1,1.1: bo. s icxn inv ureton l rowerf ware house today. The entire tonnage' " n lh" hand? of theu,:tssocijtion in J 0. . , the wniamette and rmm..u vai-!Cneese Factory Closed TionT ti. ippin?in; I Temporarily at Silverton for No. Vs and shipments will iei made regularly trom ths time1 SILVEUTON, Ore.. Ang. 19. forward. (Special to The Statesman) Pears are several days earlier ! The Evergreen Cheese factory has than they were last year and the; stooned the manufacture of cheese cooperation of forelgti-Aner.eans M:talino Fal'3 State bank at Ale- intlitrerentpartsoftaeState.se- tanne raws. wasn.. zt mnes lettion of ii.aterial has c!aimedi11rllieas' of here, in the bank much t;me, and judging from tnei vault this afternoon. two un- mm? P; KA.TMAMMS , ' i r: Starts Sunday , Si 1 LIBERTY THEATRE n mam receiTe the benefit of the lower prices v on meats j I You can when L you trade at the Mid- As for quality; there is none better ? The prices speak for themselves - Regular Prices-. Sirloin Steak, lb. 15c Prime Roasts Uj 12Vc Best Boiling Beef lb. 8c Breakfast Bacon lb 30c Fresh Hamburger, v lb. :.:- ...lOc Picnic Hams, lb.:...18c Sausage 'Meat, lb. 10c 6 FISH Fresh Small '': Salmon, 1 whole fish, lb.....lOc Kippered; Salmon, lb...i .....I-25c Special For i I Saturday : Pure Lard, No. 5 pail, lb..::fe..I....--.65c lA'RKET Originators of Low 'V? Prices 351 State St Out of consideration to our employes, we close Saturdays at 7. p. m. heautitui array of artfeies al ready promised, the xhthit will be easily the moat notable and interesting or all that tho educa tional bu ldiBg has Loused. Things Eho'vn last year covered a wide variety from exquisite need rework to remarkable erat'a aiul art objects. The display this fall Will be eimilur to the original one. K-'!iin' Set Apart Decora t:on of a patriotic na twre w ll furnlh a f iling back ground for the booths whieh win be presided over throughout the week by rprerentative;j o' the different rntionalities. One evening of the week will t'tvri over to these peoplr. who are to nut on the renS"ar progrifm iii the now pavilion. Koitr d;'.T!ce and t onga will be hi order, with those tak ng part garbed in ntiivn tf.tnmt r. The Hwedlsh citizens of Oregon will send John C. son of Portland to the state fair to. lead in characteristic liancea. lie will be assisted by six couples and three musicians. Mr. Olson hau as a gackround for bis work many years experience in him;lar activities all over the United States. " fi reeks and Ilaxstans Vme The Greeks and ttusians are oreparlng folk dances, and the Swiss will demonstrate yodeling. Other exhibits . of arts and crafts will be thown in the art de partment In the new pavilion and in the textilo building. Mrs. Al ice Welstar of Portland is super intendent of the former, this year being her sixth season In that ca pacity. She. win be assisted by Mrs. J. Albert Jackson, also o' Portland, who has a thorough art .education to aid her in her worK: Mrs. Welster Is aatlclpating one of the boat exhibits In years. Some rplendid loan exhibits are to be made, and many new artists who are gaining distinction in the northwest will be represented. Among old favorites will be Sid ney Bell, Clyde Leon Keller, Mar garet Ie Voe White and many others. Renewed Interest Probable Mrs. Walter J. Holman of Port land, will supervise the textile department again this year, which is her second seaeon. Owing to the more normal pricing of Hnon and needlework goods Mrs. Hot man predicts renewed interest m work which her section represents and in consequence expects to have much new and fine work on display. . Many ' entries have ar rived already to substantiate hT assertion, coming from as far east as Massachusetts.' Those who realize the tremen dous educational value of arts and crafts ate endeavoring to get an appropriation for a separate building, and it is thought that by another year, two years at most, the dream will be realized. i!fai"i-:ed raen . scaped with about $!M0 in liberty bonds and $2000 ill c.irrency. it was estimated. Sheriff On Trail. Deputy Sheriff Daer of lone, aad a posse of 30 men were on the trail of Hie robbers tonight who were reported t(t have cross (.4 Sullivan creek and escaped in rd the mountains. The men were oa foot. The two men entered thn bank fHrr.iih the rear door ond ordered A. W. Dressc 1. c;:.hier, and H. W. Neelands. presidt nt, to face the wall with their hands in (he air. 'i i;.' yoiin;r man then forced Neolands into the vault where lie W2 Of volvcd in making the assessments. tlie officials of the various con cerns wi!l be given an opportun ity tj ie heard. Thi;. Mr. Iovci! believes, viil eliminate nisviv rlrrSiandinps and prove more s-.iv-isfaclory to all concerned. Prisoner Given Credit . For Time Incarcerated I A person sentenced to pay a i . fine and to be imprisoned i. (' - j j fault of payment theoof, i;; en- 1 titled to credit :it the r:it. o! 2 : rer day for the time lie remains in ; : jail, according. to a legal op nio;i baided down by I. 11. VanWwiK ' liit'jrnev general. The at tor- i-:!V general also h: id that iV..- , ion- pears are ii larger size. tZin is; due largeiv to the light crop! which enabled the few pmrs on! the trees to develop to the mcxi-i mum size. The August report oC ' the hurean of estimates T'lice-: tho j Oifgon crop at about j to VU, ;;cr 'r'!:t r.orni.-' I. j Tr - ;rpr:; are running strongly : to t (. No. 1 gradn in cpit" ot liore liiiin tin" usual amo'int ot ' c.-i- i'(,!lcf;im; lb" Into :)ii!igj r ! ' :i s. lor the remainder of the summe: -eason. Mr. Zahler, the cheeste maker, said that in all probabil ity the factory would begin oper ations agains in about to weeks. In the meantime the factory is stili receiving miHf and senlia? ;t to the condensry. MPT POSITIl Normal Regents Must Select Another Successor of Late President Teport-irtth ' TiMSttpn-to- the in under probe hadijlHen eeiei at the fctate fire marshal' oilloe s-r terday. i i tX to tie Are Off to Oregon j Barreled Strawberries !- ! a;-pre. r.iiin borire i:,te.l a::-J ut by the r lr.av :it anv ti!)i- k.v tlie in ; eomnolled to suit render a part , remaining unsatisfied "and dfn n:h: the libeity bondd and about ! his discharge. . J-17M in cii!i'!!cy. The cash drawer was rifled whereupon the robber made r. second trip to the The opinion wnr, pfvon at the re quest of John L. Foote, district attorney of Colrnibla eoutily. it l!ov. In;: o'nip.unictioii received l.v the jif.::.in Orowerx' as-.;oi ia 'io'i con.'f rrdii'T iwo cars o." !ar roled ;,U'a i.en i s which v. i re : old n the (.".hieaj-'p markel; "Tl)i:- rnoriiin We oi.w-ieil lh" err.: of bnnele.l rtra wherries and our ;trr certainly off to you. Aitorneys and Appraisers To Be Paid by Soldiers I'.otb ntlornev- ii'.l appra'sera employed in connection with the :ui;ii.r.i,-,tr:)t.t.ii uf I he s ddtera i' mil.- luv. . vil: l.e paid by li.e ap i)i'c:i;it for 7 ii;.;. and n.t ly I he ! ate. !!-cordin to nniKoii'ffinnt m-ide by t :ip P-rurobfgh, !.--i":t: ry t,. i in- World wur v t-T.in3 r.id r.-ium .vicn. t'r.pi.iin I'.i Hinbaulr r;id the nn:r':-.:;ion iuid f.iiie out that Hie appra-'sers wt.uhl U paid out ot Hinds appr..nriat' d ny tli-i last legtKbitnre for li.e admin ist rat on of the bonus act. Formal not'ee that Dr. Fred V. Aver had dtc'.ined to accept tn? pfesidsncr of the Oreso: ftate normal school to succeed J. li. Ack-rnian. was received yete-day bv Miss Cornelia Marvin, stait U b'rariitti, an1 a member or t&e board of regents of the institu tion. Dr. "Aver is now connected with the University of Wasning ton where he has been nhployed as professor ot education for the paet three ears. Dr. Ayer as elected president of the stat? normal school at a meeting o the board of regents held in Salem last week. He haa been an active candidate for the nlace. and his rejection - came aa a complete surprise here. Miss Marvin got into .eommunl- cat'on with other members of tno board of regents, and it was sa;d that anothor selection would tie made within th;V next few day. It was not beiirved that it will he nece-sary aga'n to call the te g;Mits together as all apoiieants were given tareful consideration at the lust meMin-g'. -4- No Fatalities Reported During last Seven Diys, i AHhoush there were 4 OS ae-, cldents in Oregon industries iur . Ing the week ending August IS, there were no jfatalitlesacconlu to a report prepared by the sat., industrial accident commission. j j Of the total of '408 accldoits reported, 400 fwere subject to th frovlsions ot the workmen's com- penstion acti !f two were from firms and corporations that natf rejected the law, and -.six- vera from public utilities not stikjeci. to benefits under the act. Afowi Showing VIOLA! DANA In Pomeroy and Stokes Are Called to Investigate II. II. Pomeroy. and fleorgo W Stokes, special ar.sn investiga tors for the stato fire .marshal's department, have gone to &uisld where they are making an tnve:i ligation of .an alleged suspicious firo in that vicinity. , No formal CINDERELLA'S ... . ... .. . WIN THE SKIPPER In "TOONERVILLE TACTICS' News Topics LIBERTY 'SNOWliIJNir Sunday VALLEY APPLES HELD SUPERIOR C. I. Lewis Compares Con ditions Here With Those Elsewhere in West . iff v4.WSL 1 1 .jP4i MW0 Mm m premium, toading coupons hA. ly 4rOTikflsa JiPgr ViUfRffljia PtMt' S-Rilf ll&W- &r DOUKLK PREMIUM COUPONS will . be given ia.the,. j of wise wmGflJr) From Atlantic to Pacific from Canadian to Mexican borders Nature has hurled her Golden Harvest and as if in friendly rivalry our factories; and mills have produced more than expected. All this Is not without result abundance and plenty are to be found on all sides, and the natural result da a lowering of prices whfch puts within reach of all a HARVEST OF OPPORTUNITY. This! will' be in sharp contrast to conditions which will prevail this coming winter, for prices might ascend to prohibitive figures. Are we to let opportunity slip by unheeded? Are we to ignore the warning to prepare for winter? The far-sighted will, not; the others should not. " - ! L Spltzenberg, Ortley. Winter Banana, Rome and Grimes ap ples grown in this section are un surpassed In quality by those or any other section of the north, west. This is the opinion ot C. I. Lewis, who has had wide experi ence In apple producing, market ing and judging. Mr. Lewi3 has judged at many international ap ple shows and Is ' of the opinion that these rarieties can not bo surpassed by thorrs from any other section ot the country. Present indications are that the fruit will be of superior quality to that. shipped In ordinary years. It has more color than is normally found this early In the season and Is large and unusually free from Imperfections. - Completed estimates of the Ore gon Growers' Co-operative associ ation show that it will have 1000 cars of apples. Of these, COO will come from the Rogue River valley and the remaining 400 from the Villamelte and Umpqua valleys and Wasco county. . Tha apple harvest Is expected to start more than a week earlier than It did last year. . Grimes will move-during the first week in September, and other .varieties will follow at about 10 day Inter, vals, coming In order as follows: Jonathan, Wagener, Spltxenbcrg and Ortley. . Romes. Newtons and other late varieties will follow after the middle Of October. . " - - .. . . , . REDUCED HOUND TRIP " J FARES TO POHTLAXn i OREGON ELECTRIC UY, Tlckeu on aale daily, S3 4 o good for return same day; on sal Saturday and Sunday limited to return Monday 3.Q0 FarcsHn elude tax. Station State . and Another big shipment ot Fine House Dresses 98c' Extra special values Former prices to $2.00 $4.00 Harvester Work Shoes $2J98 Elkskin uppers and oak tanned leather soles all sizes Harvester sale price $2.98. Ladies' and Girls' White Canvas Shoes 95c pair Piled in the bargain counters to a heaping peak big values all of them high shoes, low shoes, oxfords, pumps with high heels, low heels and military heels. Big values to $3.50 all grouped in one bis lot to sell at the ridiculously low price of 95c pair. Girls Bayside one-strap Canvas Pumps . : : 95c In all sixes to 2, especial ly useful fpr; all around wear, Harvest sale price 95c.; , HARVEST TIME SALE G ROC E R IE OF Salted Peanuts 10c pound Crystal White Soap Ten Bars, 50c Milk Tall Can, 5 cans, 53c American Sardines One Can, 4c Breakfast Bacon, pound 32c Cottage Rolls 25c Bologna 15c Wienies 18c Lard in bulk, per pound 15c Honey in bulk, two pounds 23c Peanut Butter in bulk, pound 8c Crown Flour $2.20 Blue Ribbon Flour $1-70 Rice, terr pounds 40c White Beans, ten pounds 45c Oatmeal, ten pounds. 50c Macaroni, ten pounds 70c White Wonder Soap, 12 bars..50c Citrus Powder 21c Karo Syrup, No. 10 ...65c Marshmallow Syrup, No. 10....$1.00 New Spuds, ten pounds 25c Watermelons, per pound lc Standard Tomatoes, five cans.... 55c Standard Peas, five Cans 60c Van Camps Pork and Beans, medi um size, three cans ... 45c Del Monte Raisins, one package 20c Coffee in bulk, seven pounds $1.00 Peaberry Coffee, five pounds $1.00 Cocoa, four pounds............ 50c Ground Chocolate in bulk, 2i lbs "50C Fresh Eggs, per dozen 30c We Carry Only Government Inspectet) Meats THIS IS THE HARVEST TIME THESE ARE THE HARVEST BARGAINS . J! V T & W Kabo Corsets Go on sale at 98c Special close-out line, to be sold below actual value, many former values' to $2. GO. Ladies' 75c Summer Union Suits Go on Sale at 49c A complete close-out of all light weight and summer garments, ir respective of their worth high and low neck garments. Ladies' 23c Cotton Stockings Harvest Sale Price 15c In an assortment of colors, including all sizes. 6"c Ladies' Mercerized Lisle Stockings Harvest Sale price 39c pair In all colors, all sizes, an exceptional fine value. Children's 29c Ribbed Stockings At this lowly price 15c pair In colors of black, white and brown In all sizes to 10. "Ever-Ready" "Waterproof Hop-pickers Aprons on sale at 69c each Guaranteed water proof, regular value; Plain and colored. 47 inch Oil Cloth Harvest Sale Price 29c yard $1.50 Karatol Aprons Harvest Sale Price 49c each For canners and hop pfekers, absolutely waterproof. Harvest sale price, . 3 Jb. Cotton Batting Harvest Sale Price 89c Of sanitary white floss stitched and ready to use. ' Canvas :-' Used by field workers In the making of cots, porch curtains, etc; 36 inch 10 ot. Canvas, yard . .Vi..!.'. SJHs 28 inch 8 W Canvas, yard ...!.... .29c 60 inch 12 'oa. Canvas, yard . . i . . ..7c Toweling's Special lte bleached toweling, red and blue borders, 9c yard 20e Unbleached Towel ing, linen -finish and colored border, 12c yard - 19x3G heavy weight lluck Towels, red bor der. Harvest Sale Price ; , f 15c each Medium large size fine quality Turkish Tow els, formerly; sold to 35e each. ! Harvest Sale price, 15c each 45x22 inch xl heavy weight, 7 fie nrtoney comb Towels, made with colored border. Harvest Sale price, 29c each THEfol f ; "'Infill rJHUUH ' ru v a - . . - - i 1 mm m Harvesters Work and Outing Clothing for Men, Women and Children Reduced In price for this special occasion $5.00 values Ladies Fine Khaki Dresses, $1.5)8 $4.00-value Ladies Heavy Khaki Breeches, 2.49 $3.00 value Men's Heavy Khaki Breeches, l.O $2.50 value Men's full cut Khaki Pants.. 1.23 $3.00 value Twill Khaki Middies 1 OH $4.00 value Ladies' Heavy Khaki Skirts, $2.49 M.00 value Ladies' Khaki Lee Unionalls, 2.49 I -- w New Fall Style V Plush Coatees IS.OO- Silk Georgette Overhlouses S A big lot of bt -,t - offered, an pretty coW hV brolderedlauv1: Price sizes. Sale :k - . j. $2.08 1 1 : H 1 4 i:1 i if I i f i I ? High streets. J. W, Ritchie, Agent Adv. i- i ,1 -1.1.1 i v. i i 'IT1 " ""V' TT .' . v 1 "" " mJn n j - - -.i . m fi i Mm i i, r n : I"