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SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 1. 1921
iTHE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
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USE OF 1 BEST POULTRY
Klt lH HT ALL BUT fflH
A California Womaa Who Has Her Own Husband on Her
j Payroll, -arid She Ricfes in a Limousine Another
?! California Woman Who Brooded Thirteen Tliousand
$ . Chickens This Year.
j The following fa from the
Northwest Poultry Journal," Pub
lished from the Statesman bn tid
ing:" .... ' .
i : Some of the rerjr bst ooullry
rnen I know are nn MEN at all.
They are women. Clever headed,
ever patient, tireletis and sentie
hearted women. And, God bless
fern, I expect every poultryMan,
whether he knows what it means
or not, to, ay "Amen." II don't
kaow -whether "amen" la Latin
Greek or Hebrew, but It port of
tneani In Sunday talk "So be It."
1. Did you ever hear of Mrs. Baa
ley or Susan Swayageod? I men
tion them because they belong to
us. Ever read their .books? I
have. Read and re-read them
Say, I've loaned more of i their
books than ever came back to me
again to MEN than -1 can even
keep count. If many of the men
that I know who are trying- to
buck the poultry game put into,
practice 10 per cent of the goort
horse range found in those books
their plants would change trom
gambling emporiums to genuine
bus'ness enterprises. It was sure
a good thing that they entered in
Iut there are hundreds of clev
er poultry women in California
who never wrote a book. Relieve
me, when they get out their lit
tle grappling hooks and commence
to dig into you for information
you want to be on the job. if
you don't know, why say bo. You
can't get by In telling thera how
much you loved your mother or
that you voted for suffrage. No,
sir. If you don't know, the next
best thing and the most prof.ta-
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bie thing for you to do Is to ask,
"What do you think about It?"
- 1 know of a poultryman who
brooded 13,060 chicks this spring,
and he owes every dog-gone pul
let that he has got to the skill
and brains of a poultry-WOMAN.
I know of another woman In sou
thern California who has her sns
band on her payroll. H5 feeds
just th5 way that she teilshlir.
to feed. Isn't ae the wisegab.
though? You see it was this way.
He wanted' to quit. He couldn't
see the poultry bC3"ness a-tall.
She said. "All right. u go to
work. I'll run the chickens." And
bv heck, she did that very thing.
She run THEM, Didn't let them
run themselves or run HER.
It wasn't very long before she
got them running to the nesti.
Say, ray big ears stand out like a
rhonoeranh horn when that wo
man "talks chicken". They have
got a limousine now.'. Yes. he
drives It. She sits in the tack
seat with her trm In a carriage
slng. It's a swell car. - Has a
cut glass "vase? with real night
blooming wisterias In it. Some
class. Say, I Just love to see that
woman in that car. She EARNED
it, by ginger. May she run It
forever,, hitting on all six and
with never a puncture. Them."s
my sent'ments. You see, I know
the chicken business. Ought to
know 't. having nearly gone broke
in it four times. So I can take otf
my hat to that woman.
Then there ar two little women
?ot far from Po-iona. Clover?
They can tell in a minute how
much room you have to let above
the. ears. And I just want to tee
the feed man mat can slip any
thing over on them. Ill gladly
contribute a plaster statue of that
ifiiy to be sent to the hall of fame.
WelT what's the use? There Is
n't aiTy" such man.
When you tell a woman poul
terer that an e?g isn't a birth:
that It takes 21 days of incuba
t'on before yon have a REAL
birth: when yon h'nt to her about
stimjulat'on through feeding, over
stimulation and congestion, etc.,
whv Bhe just gets it. And first
thing you know she is cashing in
on it Whereas. If you tell that
to a MAN he will smile in a su
perior way and say "Zat so? Well,
what T need is tome real honest-to-toodness
What do you get out of this?
Well, just th3. I have had 12
poultry WOMEN tell me In the
last two weeks that the poultry
huf.'n?BS looks good to them
RIGHT NOW. And I've got a big
hunch that they're right. For
thev generally are. Petaluma
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j evidence of a conspiracy in vol v-
j ing prominent men in parts along j.
; the Atlantic 6eaboard. who are j
j lieved to .have puji up hundreds ot
! thousands ot aouars to sc-n liquor
men. The Bahamas is ailed to j
l, th home port of a rum-run
j n'n flet. Others are belteved to S
'; sail from St. Pierre. Miquelon, i
ip.f French island south of New-
FOURTEEN-YEAR-OLD "BOY WRECKS LIMITED.
art 3----- --
Sleuths Assert Evidence of i tommiamr.
Moneyed conspiracy to
hold that evi-;
dence of a conspiracy to smuggle i
liquor into the country entitles j
them to seize craft of other na- i
ltions,,even in the "international!
j safety rone." j
nnai a- rnnrnTrn 0n the other hand, contention!
BOATS AH SUSPECTtUi i made that it Is perfectly lesal
! for alien skipoers to drop anchor j
outside the theoretical line and
sell liquor to their heart's cnn.
Many Ships Are Seized By'11 to dories puitins orr from
, i "iifiomj, it is Claim
ed, comes when the owners of
j these small craft don't drink up
! meir purcnases, out attempt to.
bring same ashore for a more arid
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Federal Officers in Ef
fort to Halt Tradj
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NEW YORK. Sept. 3. Staid!
old salts aren't taking kindly at
all the prohibition inspection, of- j
ficial and unofficial, that's going ;
on inside and out the three-mile
"Gettin so you can't drop a j
mud hook without some lubber '
whispering you're a runner," said i
one sun-tanned skipper, who re- At Philadelphia:
cently breezed into port with his j First game
Fcnooner agmier wuu iisu scales. , tsobton
I NATIONAL LEAGUE
At IJrooklyn I?. H. E.
New York 5 9 q ;
Brooklyn 1 9 oi
Barnes and Snyder; Reuther i
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ii -fx V.. I
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gram froi Switzerland that Swiss
cheese mijtms tha holes, will toon
be on thel market. Then It ain't
Swiss cheese, but an abomination.
New Lamp Burns
94 Percent Air
Beats Electricity or Gas
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A wire was received last night from the manufac
turers announcing another reduction on all Willys
OTerland cars. "This brings Orerland cars down
to the lowest price in their history.
; Overland Chassis..: $495
Overland Touring $595
Overland Roadster. $595
t Overland )',JCo'npe:f:.l
' - Fred Kirkwodd
A new oil lamp that gives an
amazSngly ,brtllianH, oft, white
light, even better than gas or
electricity, has been tested by the
U. S. Government and 35 leading
universities rind found to be su
perior to 10 ordinary oil lampn.
It 'burns' without odor, smoke or
r.oise no pumping up, is simple,
clean, safe. Burns 94ro air and
8 common kerosene (coal oil).
The inventor, W. V. Johnson,
31 N. Fifth St., Portland, Or., is
offering to Bend a lamp on 10
days FREE trial, or even to give
one FREE to the first user in
each locality - who will help him
introduce- It. Write him today
for fnl particulars. Also ask him
to explain how you can ret the
agencyjind without experience or
money Wake f2&0 to 500 per
Swimming Tests Order
For Week at Y.M.ClA.
Tests In swimming for bo1i
will take place next week from
day to day, according to R. R.
Boardman, in charge of boys work
of the Y.M.C.A.
Beginning Monday, there will
be testa for boys who are just
learning td swim, with metal
badges as awards for the winners.
The swim will be one of 50 feet
and then one diving contest.
For boys who already know
how to swim, there will: be a test
of a 50-yard swim, a dive from
bank or spring board and a swim
of 60 feet on back. The awards
for these prizes will be an oxid
Things must be getting back to
J normalcy when pacific meetings
are held in Berlin.
Store Closed All, Day Monday: -Labor, Day
. Watch for Our Ad i in Tuesday's Oregon
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According to this captain, and
ethers of his calling, numberless
sleuths who played he "chase-the-spy"
game during the war
now are bent as zealously on
tracking down liquor-laden craft
in post-war days.
Some Are Innocent
There were spies during the
war, and there probably are rum
runners now operating off the
coast, but skippers Innocent of
more than a strongtea breath are
complaining that even their cod
and haddock are now falling under
suspicion, and that a reflection is
being cast on the ancient and
honorable calling of fishermen.
Several months ago, Strang fan
tastic tales began coming In from
the Atlantic of vessels mysterious
ly missing and of other vessels
as mysteriously sighted the
phantom craft that bobbed up
out of fogs, circled merchant
craft and scooted away as silent
ly as they had come. Pirates was
the first verdict.
. ,The,n, in July, off lHatteras,
was found a stranded schooner, so
battered by the waves that even
her name had been ground off her
stern. She never was identified,
but before stnNwas destroyed by
a coast guard cutter as a menace
to navigation, there was found in
her hold a cargo of rum.
This set folks thinking, and
when there came from Montauk
Point, on the tip of Long Island,
reports of an English schooner
that lay off the three-mile limit
and dispensed forbidden drinks to
all coiners, there wete persons
afloat and ashore who gave cred
ence to the story.
Atlantic City, too, contributed; a
tale of a liquor schooner that lay'l
off shore, sold liquor and taunt
ingly signalled to prohibition en
forcement officers to come and
Other schooners were reported,
from Tampa north to Cape Sable,
and each was suspected of rum
running. In many cases, it was
reported that the two-stickers had
ignored signals, refused all ad
vances, and kept snobbishly on
Now, hardly a day passes that
some vessel reaching port some
where does not report encounter
ing these baffling, strangers, un
til it seems as if the entire mer
chant marine of all countries must
suddenly turned to Turn running
for a living.
Then seizures began, and to
date more than half a dozen
schooners are being held on tech
nical charges. At Philadelphia,
Gloucester, New Haven, Atlantic
City and New York there's lying
a schooner under suspicion.
The case of the Henry L. Mar
shall, seized off Atlantic City and
brought to New York by a coast
guard cutter, has aroused perhaps
the greatest flurry. For she was
flying the British flag outside the
three-mile- limit when the cutter
swooped down on her, and now
official Washington has been call
ed upon to decide 'what is to be
done 'with-her and the liquor
found aboard ker. Great Britain
has Indicated she will enter a for
mal protest. Just by way of show
ing, without animositv, that she
can't approve of other nations
grabbing her vessels on the high
seas. Her British registry, how
ever, has been challenged.
Federal officials claim to have
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uvm.iiiuii, ..tui gau iinu uvwuv;
Ring and Henline.
Second game R. h.
Boston 15 21
Philadelphia 4 14
fccott and Gibson; G. Smith
Sedgwick and Bruggy.
At incinnati r. jt, e
Chicago 0 4' j
Cincinnati 4 10 1
Keene, Cheeves and Killefer,
O'Farrell; Marquard and Har-grave,
R. H. E
- At Detroit
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Leiroit 10 16
Uhle, Morton, Bagby and Shin
ault, O'Neill; Oldham. Middleton
At New York R
New York 9
Courtney, Schact and Gharrity; j
.nays ana uevormer.
R. H. E.
... .10 12 2
11 14 0
Keefe, Harris. Freeman and
Perkins. Myatt; Myers, Russell,
Karr and Ruel.
At Chicago R. H. E.
St. Louis .... 1 7 5
Chicago 12 15 1
Palmero, Kolp, Burwell and
Severeid, P. Collins; Russell and
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;- SALEM, OREGON
. GO TO ALBANY
Special Train Scheduled to
; Reach Salem at 8:45
One hundred or more shrlners
fom Salem and vicinity will go
to Albany Monday to take part
in the big reunion of Shrlners to
be held ' in that city on Labor
day, at Bryant's Park.
The Shriner special will leave
Portland in time to reach Salem
about 8:45 o'clock Monday morn
ing. On this special will be the
divan and patrol of Al Kader
Shrine of Portland and several
hundred Portland shriners.
The Salem Shrine patrol. Jos
eph McAllister captain, numbering
27, will attend in the new uni
forms recently presented to the
patrol by the Al Kader shriae of
Portland. The special will also
carry the Al Kader band and the
famous Al Kader chanters.
It Is estimated that the Albany
reunion will bring together the
largest number of Shriners ever
gathere in a reunion outside of
Salem Shriners are requested
to meet at the Salem Shrine hall
over Penney's , store, Monday
morning to receive final instruc
tions before boarding the Oregon
Electric special, announced to
reach Salem at 8:45 o'clock. The
special will leave Albany Monday
evening in time to reach Salem
about 8 o'clock.
Loan Feature of Soldier Act
PrQves of Particular
Ex-service men are becoming
greatly Interested in the provis
ions of the bonus and loan law
which permits them to borrow
to the extent of $3000 on land
that appraises J 4000 or more,
according to the opinions of a
number of real estate men in Sa
lem. . i
. For the ex-6orvice man who
really wants to return to the
farm, but who hasn't a dollar, one
real estate firm says it has aro
posal about as follows:
On 20 acres of fine land, or
even more that will be appraised
ar. $4000 the state will loan $3,
G00. The owner agrees to place
a deed in a bank for the land, in
order that' the government may
f tie its first mortgage.
John Arre, 14 years old, of Glenburn, Pa., who has confessed
to placing obstructions on the railroad and wrecking the Lacka
wanna Limited at Glenburn. Two persons were killed and thirty in
jured in the smashup. Arre was captured by police shortly after he
had placed obstructions on the track four days later. The boy said
he wanted to see bolts and nuts flattened by the trains. He knew
that two men had lost their lives, and he said he felt bad, but that
didn't stop him from placing more bolts on the rails. Young Arre
now faces a charge of murder. He is in the sixth gTade at school
and is classed as a "deficient" pupil. Arre appears unconcerned
about the wreck with its loss of life and $200,000 damage to the
train. The photo shows him signing the confession.
'ier rece've the original grantor
of the land is paid $2000, taking
a second mortgage for $2000.
With $2000 of his monep paid
to the grantor, the soldier has
left $1000 with which to plant
his tract, and build a temporary
So far, the soldier is in debt
for the full amount of the tract,
S4000. on which there must be
u auuut 3oo interest annually.
Put with a temporary home, and
the ability and willingness to
work out, the real estate firm
claims that the soldier can not
only pay his annual interest of
300 ironi his own work, but
make enough by additional work
to keep him going for two years
until loganberries or other berries
come into bearing.
It is suggested that to make
such a deal pay out, the soldier
should plant in filberts or prunes,
as these, with care, will produce
in five years.
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What the world needs is a doc
tor or a surgeon and not speeches.
in the tinman IwkIv if you will use Trnnk'
l'r-ription. it i" rutiruloug, nhaur4 and
pni)OKirroui : hi fart, it it pity and a
nhaRio to .talk alxiut rlit-unntin an.l
cout. niiirh la auffer with it." either in
flammatory, muacltir, arialir, or any other
fcrm of rhrumatiom. For further in
formation rif Ttunlb's l'Msi-rifl ion
l.alorftorv, 11K9 t iuUKOii strret, Ien
Honest Advertising In
Stores, churches and banks advertise,
doing so in a legitimate way, aiding you
( to select your store, church or bank to
. ( I advertise to. help, you select your den
tist. I have nothing to offer to you
but dentistry as practiced by all men
SALEM PEOPLE patronize my office,
as I give the best quality of work and
save them time and expense.
THE DEMAND OF TODAY IS SANITATION
EXAMINATION AND ESTIMATE OF WORK
CHEERFULLY GIVEN HERE
Gold Crown $7 Plates ,....$15, $25
Bridge Work $7 per tooth Extraction $1
DR. ALF SWENNES
A test every two weeks is
necessary , even If you have a ;
Willard Threaded Rubber Bat- ?
toy. You want tojJtnowr that;;
it is fuly charged that it ia f';
able to provide a quick tart and
bright light when wanted. -
Drive iaround today. YouH:'s
know, our place by the red.'
Willard .tign. I c
Youll find a full ine of WuV
lard Batteries here, and Willard
Service--the kind you'd expect
from the! builder o a battery
like the (Willard. , Ask about
Threaded Rubber Insulation.
DEGGE & BURRELL
238;North nigh SL
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Bicycles Ride (Easier
After They've Been Overhauled By Our Mechanics
A bicycle with a brake that slips of real bicycle riding. We are bike
or with any number of other things mechanics. We can Rouble ihe
that go wrong with a wheel is a joy you get from your wheel I The
nuisance. It robs you of the joy cost will be small. I r "'" I
Have Us Put Your Bike in Condition Before Win
ter. Now Is the Best Time.
Lloyd !Em Mamsden
Daytons Columbias Heavy Service
387 Court Street
PLUMBING SUPPLY HOUSE
Opens Septl (3
Will carry a complete line of plumbinj supplies
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
We sell to everybody. We buy direct from the fac
tory in carload lots enabling us to auote von low nW-a
Estimates given free. Get our prices before yo3 buv
jou ira Dig ior us lo nandle. j .
Morthweste'rn Pine Ob.
219 (North Commercial Street
187 Front Street
-"Then from the $3000 the sol-