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RTrwriAY nTOT?jTrf! nfTmmra g 1921 "'' " ' 1 l
THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
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(Portland Office. 2 7 Board of Trade Building. Phone Automatic
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tn this paper and also the local news published hereto.
i Germany seems , to be- working
her way out of her troubles.
There is no better mettfod known.
fL J. Hendricks. .... .
Stephen JLBtone. .............
Ralph Glover ................
Frank Jaakotkl . . . . , . . ........
...... Managing Editor
. . . . Manager Job Dept.
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ClrCDlstion Department. St
Job Department, 681
r Society Editor, .106
j About Ihe-only individual who
Is not objecting to the low price
of Liberty bonds is the. fellow
who steals them. They should
never have been allowed to go
below par. The fact thai they
sell below 100 cents on the dol
lar is a national disgrace.
j Lord Nbrthcliffe, writing his
impressions of President Harding,
says he is the best-koking man
in public life. Nortbcliffe ought
to make a trip through Oregon.
The woods are full of such fine
We are losing much of our in
dividuality, ' personal independ
ence, initiative and self-reliance
with the renting habit. We are
willing to depend on hands other
than our own to provide and
maintain our homes. The owned
home la pre-eminently the sym
bol and support of a vitalizing in
dependence. ; i
Entered; At the Postoffice In Salem; Oregon, as second class matter.
I : THE SENSE, OF DUTY
! Copyrighted by the San Jose Mercury) -
f rpt if itita Jnn unit iranAratiAn nrtA oartwnall V
A IIC UeuyiC liua uar auu Kcuuatiuu auu : v,j.w ..j
. . m m ... .
J It used' to be that if a couple
! drove 20 miles it was considered
a good day's journey. And a
third more than that was all that
the most horseg would care to
undertake. Now 30 miles can be
covered in less than an hour, and
a zu-mne spin is only what a
be. " ,
the block used to
the young1, are in danger of forgetting- that there is such a
word as duty; or if they remember the word, tney are com:
inir 'to have a very loose and imperfect idea of its meanings
Our obligations, especially those of a merely moral nature, it has been figured out that
have come to rest altogether too lightly upon some of us. M-nere arc 7,000,000 children of
Reference is, of course, here made.to those obligations that school age in tb United states
should find the individual conscience and not to those duties who are , not enrolled in any
which the law or custom or public opinion defines. In a school., it would seem that par
word, the senseof duty springs from the moral or spiritual nts ought to, be educated to the
nature of men and cannot be created in them by any power absolute necessity of education as
or force from the outside.- It is an inward feeling of obhga- part of the equipment of the
tihn nromntincr us to do or be what we OUeht to do br be. boy land girl for life ahead. To
I A nation without this sense of duty could only be con- neglect it is to I contribute to the
trolled by force or fear and if most of the people were deaf downfall 0f both.
to the call of duty whence-would come the force or fear to
control them 7. .In a nation of rogues the laws against larceny, 1 Divorco is unknown on the isi
embezzlement and fraud could not be enforced, any more than of Jersey. That is where the Jer
laws to punish offences against morality couia oe passea or sey cows came from. They have
enforced in a community where; a majority of the people are pinety of the milk of human kind
immoraL In 'fact, -until a majority of the people get where aess there or perhaps they pre
theydo not: need the civil law to control them, but are self- fer to stick together and fight
controiiea . uyjineir own. sense 01 ngni, uuiy mm juauuiu oui
neitberany Jugh. degree of, civilization nor any large measure L .
01 8elI-g0Vemment IS possiDie. ; . ; . , Governor Leonard Wood of the
yve are kibu uj ucuee hwi,,uui uumiioi tans, iui 1 fnuippines has his work cut out
would be so deeply taleumed that
tbey could never struggle to the
light. The pk-asant thing about
talcum Is the fact that America
no longer has to look to the Old
World for her supply. Xftfere arc
deposits on this coast sufficient
to take care of the home market
for the , next generation.
THE HKAVKX STAR.
senfy stands; in the Milky Way.
Where the paths of the heavens-
Directing those, as best he may.
Who come with weary feet.
They come from earth, they come
They come frc;n Saturn, ton?
And some have come frtHu distant
Xo telescope can view.
And all the faces eager rcem.
All hearts are full of hope;
For everyone pursues a dream, J
As through the space, they
they, grope. j
And this it is the sentry hears,
From: near and from afar;
"Oh, tell us, sir, we beg with
The way to the Heaven Star!
We've struggled much, We've suf
We've journeyed, oh, so far.
And all our hope is that we'll
At last, the Heaven Star!"
But the sentry sighs as he shakes
"Alas, there's no such place!
The whole vast scheme is a strug
With a scattering of grace.
And heaven comes to those who
Contentment and who strive
To do their duty, wait their turn.
And help the weak to live.
'A heaven such as ye desire
Would not be heaven at all.
Where nothing could the soul in
, . spire
And none need fear a fall.
,Ye cannot find it journeying on;
It has no fixed abode;
It Is a gift, a glorious crown,
Go settle where ye will and seek
Each day some good to do, .
Content to help the lost and
And heaven will come to you."
Fred W. Pearson.
tions, it is easy to be seen ;that
the patented; name Itself Of a
farm may in the course of time
be worth a great deal of money;
and the practice will tend to
keep up high standards of cultl
cation and care ef live stock, and
attention to buildings and j ma
chinery and the general apear
tnce of the premises. It jwlll
help to keep the boys and girls
on the farms. They will have
high ideals to live up to. j
Body of Slain General
Held at Paris Morgue
PARIS, Sept. 24. The body of
Essad Pasha, the former Turkish
general and dictator of Albania,
who was shot and killed by an
Albanian student on leaving his
hotel 14 months ago. is still lying
In the municipal mortuary un
claimed. No one appears to be interested
in the disposition of the coffin
containing the remains of the
once proud dictator. Should no
claim be made for the body with
in eight months, the city of faris
will have it carried to a munici
pal cemetery or Potter's field.
CALL! FOB HID
Three Persons! Living on
Tiny Island Send Request
for Food and; Clothing
HONOLULU, T. H., Sept, 23
Palmyra islands, pin-prick dots on
the map seven hundred miles
south of Honolulu, but officially a
part of the city and county of
Honolulu, will be visited this
month by a United States navy
Eagle boat as the result of the
Midway Island, nowan American
cable station, a seaplane being car
ried so that observation flight
may be made over the group, ac
cording to present plans.
The only three white residents
of Palmyra are Colonel and Mrs.
Ming and Eswln Denner. Jr.. wnoj
have been there since last Novem-i
ber in an attempt to develop the
islands commercially, . They iare
"rarHi in prenarinp copra ifor
the market. Thejr are isolated
iuuauy without any comoiu
nication with the outside world,
as the islands havp no wireless
equipment and are removed from
the regular steamship routes.
Ths wireless message received
here cameifrom the steamer Maio
tapu to businessmen associated
with Coloiel Ming and Benner in
the development efforts. The mes
sage said the three white residents
were well, but asked that food
and clothing be sent immediately.
Harvey Bright, Boxer,'
Would Turn Physician
receipt of a wireleasr message from
tne only three white residents of! jt 9 assumed here that the steam-
the isolated island, asking that
food be sent immediately.
The eagle boat also will make
a survey of the islands which had
been, until last November,, unoc
cupied and neglected for years.
Tbe survey will be similar to that
er passed near the ;Palrayras and
that Colonel Ming and Benner ptft
out to it in the small motor boat
they are known to possess and re
quested that the message be $en
to Honolulu. ' - 1
The last mail received from pal
MEN'S GARB IS 1
WORN BV WOMEN
Eastern Knickerbocker Mo
dified in West, Chinese"
Clothes are Liked I
conducted lecently by the navy on myhas was In April.:
. NEW YORK.;Sept!.2 Har
vey Breltman, of Brooklyn, known
ir. the world of pugtHam as Har
vey Bright, has a dual ambition;
for the achievement ot which je! .
sets himself a limit of two yearsi-i
to become a practicing physiciiu
and featherweight boxing cham
pion of the world, r ill
In a little more t'uan a year,
during which he studied medicine,
Breltman has fought his way: p1'
through 28 fistic encounters t6!!a!
position which, It is said, places!
nlm in line for a match with John 4
ny Kilbane. All this Breitman did
while supporting his mother and
contributing to the education oG a
brother and sister. -.1
In 1915 Breltman. then a high
echool graduate, became phylstial
culture irstructor In a New Yofk
school. "With the passage of the;
Walker bill legalising boxing ;fn
the state, he turned professional!
pugilist with such success that fets
income from his first year's fifi
forts as ; a . ooxer is said to haiVM
been nearly $20,000. x
PROUD OF YOUR FARM?
NAME IT AX1 PATENT IT
"ample; are made lor comparatively few of our people; that tot hjm. iie win have the great
the Vast majority would not be roeues, or thieves or degen- e,t task of hii nf i hrintn,
erates or murderers, if all, criminal laws were repealed; that order out of the chaos into! which
rnnsrtenfrf tfnrr ttrnsof riffht'atidrdutvwould catise'a mail ,
Jority ot them to try to do right by their neighbors without uueni through the givinglot too
any: thought of the law. U this be not so, our civilization mnch power to a few half-baked
;ana;0ur institutions are nanyrar very sienaer xnreaa. politicians who have headed the
' 1 C v t . "1 ''' 'l:l'j'r. ' L - ... : whole insular schemfe towards. a
;jPn the; other hand, nearly all the troubles which re- ,tatas bad as Bolshevism!; Gov-
formers ana governments are constantly trying 10 cure ansei ;rnor Wood is the best Qualified
from the failure of individual citizens to recognize the 'duties! min in Iho world tn clnl.litiiii
which they owe themselves, others, the state or God, or from out the tanetwi nni tt.
their, failure to perform .those duties.U A quickened sense U bnt hopelessly muddied laffairs
of duty;i loyalty to it anda conscientious performance of it f the Philippines, and he should
on1 the part of all people would bring the millennium very have the support of congress and
near, r - ? . , - I , -j , . U tbe administration at Washington,
I If, for example, all employers recognued that they owed to the absolute nimit; and no
duties.to. their, employees, ana. saw to it mat tney penormea i jQubt he will have.
these duties, and it all seryants ana employees recognizea
t n a X n air nn : nuir imrr it aun i i irixsi hii iiuivrix iiiii w i. mill .
uk iW;vu i..v- .r v.r., Tu to induce more men to
jumtcrvivr"J ,mww w u vvw muwi I jo to church" is a subject dls-
vaUing industrial unrest, bitterness and chaos wuld at once cussed by &SQXlth gIde Qet
pass away.rui parents naaever preset m cuuwua- women preacherg ln the , , ,t
."v..rT" r' .""".T-'fuiaeit But we may be
aworoing.taanissense 01 autysieau guwm me wro ftt . An ,
anger or atuiisijuesa, iu tjauig gwiwaiwu nwuiu "j Times.
1JP A. M . 1 A. 1A, 2 VkM( ' lfn wiAn avA iwn- I . ;
m! Vm,m aaaiimul tlia rtiitiaa nf . VinaViorifla onrl tVlPV
were constanUy mindful of these duties : and j were loyal to " dlTor cou" H other
j ,Ai,f TO1 nA AA tVio Hivnrro pmirt would 1 aay " wa charged by the wife
soon bejmt of.busihess.;.And so with every; other human fifRr.hrut baofd, hefed
relaUonTA high and. ever-present sense of duty and loyalty hihn0tr"y4f fter wedding.
W it will make ideal citizens, and suph citizens make , ideal ttTidetly hw,b 8he was a
seeker after knowledge.
frequent meetings of learned
individuals who claim to have
solved about all of the secrets
of nature are held at Intervals in
this country and elsewhere, but
we are yet to be told the secret
of the growth of a flower. It is
the master secret of the world.
The wired accounts of the re-
communities.' states: nations the world.'
Notwithstanding' this," in this day duty is a hateful
word to manv oeoDle. -'Don't be too pesky conscientious,"
is the advice they give to everyone. According to the view
of some duty is ra joy' killer, because; it puts its ban upon
questionable or sinful pleasures. "Away; with duty!" is tneir
cry; "I will do what gives me the greatest pleasure." Any
young man or . woman who acts upon this principle is well
started on the downward road. Such, if they keep on, will
soon be in the company of cheats, scoundrels, thieves, profi
teers, ;rbbbers, adulterers, dope fiends, degenerates, mur
nrA frflffnra. ThpsA- and those like them, also beeran
I by-first .hating and then , casting aside the admonitions of "Pon ccorded Charlie Chaplin
; duty, until they have no.sense of duty. - This lack is what 'n r a d ctes thfath
I i." ii ...u.i. t. agent is hitting on all four cvlln-
i Whence comes this sense of duty? From education?
No, for the ignorant, even the normal savage, has something
1 tk. .. Y i...l. vlt mm, tut' i!utiul 1 maw Aiun Ka
aeas. :ijui we seiwe jwm ,kc v f.- that, the world should use talcum
mgner nature ...OX mar .JJlfrnmimA of, gunpowder. It is an
Cnea in. every possime way. xjuyauy w w nounced from headonartftra
nAhi tu .. .r)ntv iff thfl stuff that heroes and martyrs. ea Irom. fteaurter"
" v": 'riin"A --i;:. n wnwitrt.1" consumption of talcum pow-
reiormers ana pnuanujruuuiw juc u der each year In America aver-
wouia nave Deen no nriai, mere mi w ajfe fl 'nounds to ti,. wa
tr:. i.oa.A m.' men onrl tho wnrlrl that. "Te Puna to tbe head
iiuu. tue wcaiw mo ov v At anv rate nenrlv half d MlUnn
"VJ ?z?irii--Tzr JS:.r rz: " Vv,ila8t ot :this magnificent
we are persuaaea mat tne wuw uivmciu va"9 fctlt total nearly one-filth went
Secretary Wallace or the United
States department of agriculture
has sent out a notice that he
hopes will como to the attention
off, all ; fifrqpera proud of their
farm t development. He wants
them ; to know that they can pat
ent the name of their farms and
so establish a patented standard
of quality for their produce.
The United States patent office
recently approved and published
in the Patent Office Gazette a
trademark covering "Hawkeye,"
the name of an Iowa farm- owned
by Ledru C. Willits. breeder of
pure bred hogs, cattle and sheep.
He is the first stockman, and
probably the first farmer. Secre
tary Wallace says, to obtain a
United jStates trademark for his
farm. If a farmer use? his farm
name and trade mark as part of
his selling operations the trade
mark protects the owner of the
farm In . interstate 'commerce
Several states, like Oregon, have
laws which authorize the regis
tration jot .farm names with the
state; authorities, but a trade
mark registered by the govern
ment protects the use of the farm
name, outside of the state in
which the farm is located.
Tn' Oregon a farmer may regis
ter the name of his farm with the
county clerk of the county in
which his farm is located. This
record is then transmitted to the
effice -of the secretary of state,
and no other person in Oregon
can have the same, name for his
farm. The fee is $1.
The movement of the United
States department of agriculture
to encourage the patenting of
farm names ought to be support
ed by our Oregon farmers who
take pride in their land and its
products. Kept up for genera-
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 2$.
Word having came from jNew
York and other eastern cities; that
business and profesional womeu
have adopted knickerbockers, San
Francisco women who have used
a sort oi modi nea masculine at
tire in hiking, riding and golfing,
are said to be considering the use
of "knickers" for street wear.
Several stores have the new ap
parel on display, and if is said to
find favor with women who; feel
rebellious against tho reported
decree of Paris that skirts be
lengthened, thereby hampering
freedom of movement. i
While the dress reformers 'have
been debating, Miss Doris Both
well, an artist of San Francisco,
has acted. Miss Bothwellj has
adopted tbe garb of Chinese wo
men, and says she finds it "wears
like iron. and enables her , to
move faster. Besides it is cheaper
and it was this factor that first
caused Miss Bothwell to adopt it.
i When invited to a, formal af
fair,; she said she bought a; Chi
nese silk? suit for $20, and liked it
so well she replenished her ward
robe completely with Chinese cos
tumes. For a street suit of silk
and wool she said she paid $10, a
work suit cost $5 and several ex
tra street coats were purchased
for $5 and $10. When going out
on cold nights, she puts on an ex
tra coat or two.
It i3 a pleasnnt sight to sec in al
most every citybr to wni tho hosts .
of mothers, with their j children, .
enjoying the Sedan. ;
It holds the family group together
initself no small service to the nation.
Tb gasolina consumption is nousuady low.
. The tiro cCen; is onusumlly high.
B0NESTEELE MOTOR CO.
Commercial and Ferry Sis., Salem, Ore.
i iu i i ..
FACING THE POWDER.
"What "shall I do to be forever known ?r
Thy duty ever!
!This did fulf many .who yet sjeep . unknown." , .
'-.T , , .;, Oh, never, never 1.:.. w; .... , .
t Thinkest thou perchance that they remain unknown,
By angel trumps, in heaven their praise is blown,
' Divine their lot. ' : ' " I
.What shall do to gain eternal life V " :,"
The. simple dues with which each day is rife;
." Yea, with thy might.
E'er perfect scheme of action thou devise,
- Will life be fled:
; While he who ever lives as conscience cries
;. Shall live, though dead. ;
the bondoir. Th4 quantity of pow
der a lady uses in dnstlne her
complexion seems triTial; but
take the whole country over and
full year of the beautifying pro
cesses and the j volume is enor
mous. If all the nation's talcum
powder were dumped suddenly in
one spot it ; would snuff out a
community of 8000 souls. They
: FUTURE DATES
t Rratmabor ; IS ta Octobar 1 Oraran
Btkla Val . I ...
October X. Saturday Mtrioa . Comitr
school pla 4av.
I . JUrtotter a, Wodaeodajr World Bar 1m
baaabajl ranimi' begin. .
I . NoTmbr SI; tS and SS Karlo
0puble Cable Base tttrej
The Tire with the Reputa
tion. A Name that Never falls
Katty Korner Marion Hotel
' A A I1" 11 ' '""'II li'l'TWI1! f i' L.nff'I :i"T"" '" " ' "i "'"'"II J '
The Better Car
Worlds Champion Light Six
the ftood things folks are hearing
tjShkin--saying, about it.
I am here. , ; . J
I was born in 1921.
I broke the record from Chicago to San Francisco, CaL; it
only took me seven days; one driver drove me all the way,
I jumped 81 feet (3 inches in Los Angeles in June. j
Jack Fox of the Fox Film Company drove me.
Lee Gilbert is my boss and sells all of my. brothers and sisters!
I always lead. I lead the Sells Floto Circus parade.- Every
one wants me because I am so beautiful," I am so power
fuL I am so fast, I am so easy to handle, h
i " r ? t t i : ! f '
I won the 20 mile special main event at the State Fir October
1, 1921, against 7 special built racing cars and I am only
a stock model. Who says I don't stand rough usage? j
LEE iL. GItBERII
Western Oregon Distributors
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