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THE OREGON STATESMAN SALEM. OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 25. 1921
IN WHEAT SEEN
Unexpected Falling in Visi
ble Supply and Talk of
No Strike Cause
CHICAGO. Oct. 24. Unexpect
ed falling off In the visible sup
ply total together with increased
talk of the rail tit r Ike being avert
ed led to a material upturn today
in the price of vhat, clopln? quo
tations, although unsettled, wen
.,: Jit' . jyi
The healthy, robust man is ad
mired by all beca use health gives
power to draw friends and to win
social and business success. Those
who are ran down, debilitated,
lacking in strength, should try
The Qrcal General Tonic.
It puts the body in
the "pink of condi
tion" by overcoming
the appetite. It is a
help in tiervous
exhaustion, and gen
erally tonei op the system.
No remedy could be
mad ander mora sani
tary conditions. Every
one of Lyko ia tested
-m to iu parity and
medicinal content be
i for haying; our lab
aratoriva. Lyko ia
combination of laxatiya
and tonie drops when
phraloloeieaf action and therapeutic value
ar nsMtuesooaaMe ana reeocnisea oy tne
nsoet eminent phyaieiansasid chemists. Th
proportion of taa drmrt need ia the result
of many experimenta byapecisiiats. .
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST
Toa will And Lvk In original packages only.
Far tale at all Icadina are atom. It ia a prca
erathm of soar, ttat your bMUt today.
SoU Mamufmet orar
LYKO MEDICINE COMPANY
For sale by all druggists,, al
ways la stock, at Perry's Drug
1 5-8 to 2 1-4 cents higher, with
December 107 3-4 to , 1.08 and
May 112 3-8 to 1.12 1-2. Corn
gained 1 1-4 to 1 7-8 and oats
1-4 and 3-8 to 5-8 and 3-4. In
provisions, the outcome varied
from 12 1-2 decline to 15 cents
Most wheat traders had look
ed for a liberal enlargeaient to
day in the visible supply. As soon
however, as indications appeared
that the general assumption in
this respect would prove unfound
ed, persistent buying on the part
of strong eoram'fision house set
in. Demand for wheat was fur
ther stimulated on account of cur
rent developments which caused
many dealers to conclude that
the ptrike situation was clearing
rapidly. On the other handu. ex
port new was bearish.
Corn and oats rose with wheat.
Besides, umallness of receipts
counted as a bullish influence. ;
Downturns in hogs made pro
visions average lower.
NEW YORK, Oct. 24. Hops
quiet; state 1921. 40 and 43
cents; aPcific coast 1921. 32 and
25 cents; 1920, 24 and cents.
SICK FOLK MAY
SOON GET LIQUOR
(Continued from page 1.)
tained permits to prescribe in
toxicating liquor. Such a physic
ian, the regulations state, may
prescribe for a "person on whom
he is in attendance, if after phy
sical examination of such person,
or if physical examination is Im
practicable, upon the best infor
mation obtainable the physician
believes that the internal or ex
ternal use of such liquor as a
medicine by such person la neces
sary and will afford relief to him
from some known ailment."
Palmer Holing Followed
The new regulations, accord
ing to Secretary Mellon, are In
accordance with former Attorney
General Palmer's interpretation
of the law.
Their Issuance was delayed, he
declared, because it seemed Pro
bable legislation would render
them of no advantage to those in
terested and there was no urgent
demand for their issuance.
California Gets Ready
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 24. If
the new regulations from the in
ternal revenue department gov
erning sales of beer for medical
purposes "wiere found to be rea
sonable." California brewers un
doubtedly will resume manufac
ture of alcoholic beer, H. Strat
ton, manager for the Rainier
Brewing company declared today.
A considerable quantity pt
"five per cent beer" is in storage
In this state now, he said.
The attendance at the world's
series Indicates that interest in
the noble gamo of baseball is in
creasing and not diminishing In
this country. It also meant that
Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landia
won't be compelled to take up a
collection to raise is fat salary
of $50, 000 this year. Meanwhile
he is not worrying about tha edict
of the American Bar association.
Rqbij rimt-Ty this!
Rheumatism Is "pain only."
Not one case In fifty requires
Internal treatment. .Stop drug
ging! Rub the misery right away!
Rub soothing, penetrating "St.
Jacobs Oil" directly Into the sore,
stiff Joints and muscles and re
lief comes Instantly. "St. Jacobs
Oil" conquers pain. It is a harm
less rheumatism cure -which nev
er disappoints and does not blis
ter. " v. '
Limber up! Quit complaining!
Get a small trial bottle of old
time "St. Jacobs Oil" at any drug
Btore and in just a moment you'll
be free from rheumatic pain,
Boreness and stiffness. Don't suf
fer! Relief and a cure awaits
you. Get it! "St. Jacobs Oil"
is Just as good for sciatica, neur
algia, lumbago, backache, sprains
and swellings. Adv.
Thursday, next, October 27
1:30 p. m.
697 Market St. Corner 5th St.
Piano, Furniture, Etc.
1 Milton upright piano and bench, mission oak, like new; 1
new Axminister rug. 9x12; 1 Congoleum rug, 9x12; 1 Congo
Jeum rug, 6x8;, 1 grass rug, 8-3x10-6; 3 fluff rugs, small;
1-overstuffed davenport with double spring construction,
roll arms, good grade tapestry, just new; ,1 leatherette over
stuffed rocker, new; 2 -roll seated oak rockers: 1 waxed oak
round extension table, 45-inch top, new; 6 waxed oak
diners, new; 1 waxed oak buffet, new; 1 U-oak 3 section
book case, new; 1 mission oak clock; 1 electric table la.np;
1 electric floor lamp; J ivory vanity dressing table, triple
mirror, with chair; 1 ivory princess dresser; 1 ivory dresser,
large; 1 ivory chiffonier; 3 beds with coil springs and floss
mattress; 1 magazine rack; 1 brass umbrella receiver; 1
electric . massage vibrator, complete In case; 1 6-hole Buck
range, coiled; 1 3-burner Perfection oil stove and oven, new;
29 vol. Enclycopedla of Britannica, eleventh edition; 14 vol.
Stoddard's lectures; 10 vol. Mental Efficiency; 20 odd books;
1 small1 refrigerator; 1 large Bridge-Beach heater and pipe;
1 kitchen cabinet, glass doors; kitchen table; patented iron
ing board; looking glass; large vase; kitchen utensils and
dishes; 3 galvanized wash tubs; 3 copper bottom boiler; gal
vanized garbage can; wash board; oil mop; basket; oioth dry
er; curtain stretcher; vacuum sweeper; 8 dozen fruit Jars;
curtain'; rods; coal shovel; step ladder; dust broom; axe;
ghavel; Take; sweat cabinet; matting; electric globes; crocks;
-porch swing; meat grinder; waffle iron; portiers, and many
other articles.' '
, Terms Cash
. 'Note: - Don't miss this sale if you are in need of Furniture
or a piano.
T. W Tucker, Owner
t97 Market Street ' '
t Phono 977-It
iva , -
f 'f,r ,'If you' hato anything to sell, 'phone Woodry.
PUT ON STAND
Father of Mrs. Southard
Says He Asked for An
Examination of Body
(Continued from page 1.)
TRIAL IS NEARING END
Speculation Indulged in As
to Other Witnesses Who
May Be Called
appearance in Chicago Wednes
day, notified them to obey the' la
bor board's citation, adding that
the " board's notice is not under
stood by the men as changing fcy
cancelling instructions issued on
permission given prior tc Octo
ber 21, date of the boards or
der." Authority to Quit Ciivrn
Permission to leave th service
was given the trainmen by Mr.
Lee prior to the date of the cita
tion in which is was ordered to
maintain the status quo.
General chairmen of the con-
uuLiors. i.remen ana engineers i
on the International & Great Nor-
edly would not be rendered until
after October 20.
Barton to (Men Parb y.
It was explained at the board s
offices that the hearing probably
would be opened with a state
ment from Judge R. M. Barton,
chairman, telling why thte con
ference was called and outlining
the board's desire for further in
formation. The board then will
ask both cities to present satf
! merits, following which board
I members will begin cros exami
nation of bo'h rail and union
'. chiefs, it wa; said. It is hoped.
in this way, members explained.
; that some ground for agreement
j automatically will be brought out P01ITICAI
! without thte board attempting to '. u
I offer any specific plan. !
One member today said that it ;
LU.IL.II I IIML.U
Three Proposals Offer Re
ductions in Levies on
I to his best girl. Every time he fccene he wrote: "Eventually i f -
called on h"r he tried to give j why not now?" And she answered
(expression of his desire, but he it satisfactorily, too. ,
5 imply -could not do so. Then he '-'' .
decided to find some way. and ? " ov.i-.il 1
lust as he was racking nis brain Of fcoTirse. Hans ChristUa An- i
most he happened to see in a win- dersejt the weaver of f a try stories. f
(low a postal card ou which there is dead, but Capt. Adolph Adolph- v
v-as the picture of a bride and son Of the good ship esWent.
'-ideoo'i who be threw onboard t
a " moreithan 6000 quarts of perfect-
He bcuuht the card, addressed j y liquor to save his ahlp, ;
it to his best cirl. and sicned his has shown ability to fill the hole
name, then undir the touching 1 left by the Norwegian romance f
TWIN' FALLS, Ida., Oct. 24.
That W. J. Trublood. father of
Lyda Meyer Southard, ordered a
thorough examination of the re
mains of Edward F. Meyer for
whose murder his daughter js
now being tried, to satisfy him
self of the cause of death was
brought out this afternoon in ex
amination of Trueblood on the
witness stand for the defense.
Mr. Trueblood testified to the
effect that his 1'aughter, the de
fendant, had told him on the day
of Edward Meyer's funeral, that
she knew nothing of any life in
surance carried by Meyer, but
later the same day an examina
tion of Meyer's papers led to the
discovery of a receipt for a pre
mium paid to a life insurance
company. He declared that he
advised his daughter, in that she
had been married to Meyer but a
short time, that the parents of
Meyer should share in whatever
estate Meyer left and that, as a
result of this advice the defend
ant had given th premium re
ceipt to a sister of the deceased
who was present with the under
standing that if the policy were
collected the sitter might retain
Prosecutor Frank L. Stephen
worked hard to draw from the
witness the admission that this
step was advised in order to allay
suspicion as to the cause of Mey
er's death. The witness admitted
that friends had told him of cur
rent rumors of foul play In con
nection with Meyer's demise but
stuck to his statement that he
had no ulterior motive- in advis
ing that his daughter accept but
half the estate, including the in
surance money in the event that
this was collectible.
Cross "examination also devel
oped the fact that in the case of
the death of Gordon McHaffle in
Hardin. Mont., in 1915, he went
to Hardin in response to a tele
gram and personally paid the ex
pense of shipping the remains to
Twin Falls for interment. The
casket containing the body was
met at the Twin Falls station ny
the undertaker, he said, and then
taken direct to the cemetery for
Unacquainted with Meyer
The witness asserted that he
did not know Edward F. Meyer
personally but came into town
from his ranch upon being advis
ed of Meyer's death- Ha found
his daughter a local hotel togeth
er with a sister of the deceased
and in conversation with the sis
ter said to her that it was too bad
there should be stories of alleg
ed foul play in circulation In con
nection with the death of Meyer,
to which he said the sister agreed.
Asked directly if he had ever said
that he did not wish the sister to
suppose that his daughter was
guilty of poisoning Meyer, he de
clared that he may have said this
or something similar but that the
conversation was too general In
character to permit of his remem
There is a good deal of specu
lation here as to what further
witnesses will be called by the
defense, the impression being
that the trial is rapidly rearing
The defendant showed no more
than her usual Interest in the pro
ceedings during the time her fa
ther occupied the witness stand.
them uailroad tola w e not-' like'5"' in ,Tiey J Z06'
tied by their chiefs" imnWiaVelv ! orders- tha a11 of the 600 leta
to authorize their men U leave mu?t attend every se ssion. that a
the service fn case attempt is1 daily ro11 cal1 ould be held, and
made by the railroad to use the-n ithat 5UCU procedure undoubtedly
to fill places vacated hv striking i wouia taKe considerable lime
It was indicated such
Twenty-Four Hour Sessions
Probable Until Revenue
Bill Disposed of
an attemnt hart been reported.
T. C. Casnen, president or the
Switchmen's I'nion of North Am
erica, reached Cleveland this
morning and attended a confer
ence ot the "big five" leaders.
They will confer again tomorrow
Women Back Unions
Mr. Lee in a statement tonight
made public a resolution adopted
last Thursday by Companion
Lodge No. 32. of the ladies' aux
iliary to the Brotherhood or Rail
road Trainmen at St. Louis, in
which the women "emphatically
The board also plans, it wasi
said, to discuss the day's proceed-j
ings in nightly executive sessions, j
thus making an early adjourn-!
menf necessary each day and cut-:
ting short the time devoted to ac-;
tual discussion. Railroad execu- i
tives began Catherine tonight,,
but the general influx is not ex
pected until tomorrow when the;
standing president's committee of j
the Association of Railway Execu-!
tives. will hold an informal session j
to discuss its attitude. The car-;
rier heads thus far have taken the
attitude that they will have little
WASHINGTON', P. C. Oct. 24.
Three proposals- carrins reduc
tions in the taxes on individuals
p. a vi
declared ourselves as in full fym-! to say in the conference, main-
TO REFUND M
Large Restaurants of Holy
City Put Luxury Tax in
Tills for Own Uses
pathy with the eftorts of our
railroad men in opposing a reduc
ed standard of living "
CHICAGO, Oct. 24. The rail
road labor board does not intend
to present any plan for settle
ment of the railroad strike situ-'
ation when the 1600 union and
carrier chiefs convene with it on
Wednesday in response to its ci
tation, and any such proposals
must emanate from labor leaders
or the railroad heads, board mem
bers declared tonight.
Board members explained the
hearing technically is to determ
ine if the transportation act has
been violated and that they had
decided at informal meetings that
the board's province was merely
to carry out the provisions of
this act, although it would take
any steps which might tend to
ward promoting a clearing up of
Hope for Settlement Exists
The board also formally an
nounced that "there was great
hope for settling the strike," that
all of the 1400 union men and
the 165 rail heads eummoned
must attend every session, and
hired the Coliseum, scene of many
great gatherings, for the hearings
which will be open to the public.
From the labor side came an
nouncements that the 15.000 sig
nalmen will not be authorized to
strike, limiting prospective strik
ers to 475,000 trainmen, conduc
tors, switchmen, engineers, fire
men and telegraphers and increas
ing the number of men whpse
leaders have pledged them not! to
walk out to about a million ft'nd
a half. The 75,000 railroad tel
egraphers apparently were defi
nitely committed to a strike when
E. J. Manion. their president, an
nounced in St. Louis that there
was no intention of changing the
decision for these men to support
the "big five" in the walkout
scheduled for October 30.
Brotherhoods Send Warning
Information that the labor
board would not go into the con
ference with any specific plan,
came after an announcement from
the board that the presidents of
the big four brotherhoods in a
talegram had again warned the
board that the strike could not be
postponed, although it might be
settled. They also declared the
rail crisis was unchanged.
The message from the brother
hood chiefs was looked on by the
board members as significant in
view of the fact that they have
not been backward in letting it
become known that they expect
the hearing to drag out for some
time and are depending on the
union chiefs to obey their order
not to permit a strike pending
a decision from the conference.
This decision, they said, undoubt-
. WHOLE MILK
AND CREAM WANTED
Marion Creamery & Produce
Salem, Oregon Phone 2488
ROME, Oct. 2 4. Americans
who have paid the Italian luxury
tax demanded in the so-called de
luxe restaurants of Rome will be
chagrined to learn that four cf
those restaurants which draw
laree numbers of visitors from
overseas did not turn that tax
money into the Italian treasury
at all but simply put it in the
restaurant cash drawer.
The restaurants which have
just been discovered by the Ital
ian police as collecting this mon
ey from the public under the
guise of a national tax have all
'been brought tq account tor the
illegal manipulation of accounts
and have been fined 1,000.000
lire by the Italian finance depart
ment. The Umberto restaurant
paid the highest fine which ag
gregated 558, S0O lire. The Cas-
tello dei Cesari paid 78,191 lire;
the Reglna, 391. S00 lire and the
Tavema Russia 23,900 lire. (At
normal exchange 1.000.000 lire
would be equivalent to about
$200,000; at current rates to
The waiters of these restau
rants would present the bill to
the customers adding 10 per cent
for tho luxury tax. No record
was kept of the 10 pr cent on the
bill and accordingly ho return
was made to the Italian finance
department. Wh?n the author
ities discovered the ruse they
took the books of these restau
rants and placed a fine amounting
to- the discrepancy, e -; nv
voted down today by the senate
by overwhelming majorities. Dis
cussion of them lel to a hot poli
tical fight which cuiminatel in an
announcemeat by Senator Ptn ;
rose, incharge of. the tax revision
bill that on Wednesday there;;
would be submitted a resolution r
calling for continuous 24-hour j-
sessions oi tne Eenate until ine
revenue measure was disposed of.
Round Robin Signed
A "round robin" pledging sigu-i
unions and that the roads were ' ers. to remain continuously at the
summoned simply because bothjcapitol or within call, beginning
sides must be represented. Wednesday was signed by 28 Kc-.
The announcement from the ; publicans and Senator Penrose
signal men today placed 0 of the said he hoped that by tomorrow'
1 "standard" American Federa-; there would be 4 9 Republican
tion of Labor rail unions formally signers, or a necessary majority
against a strike at present, al-,to put the resolution through,
though all have announced a new The first tax amendment de
vote will be taken after the labor j feated today was that bv Senator
board renders its rules and work- I Gerry, Democrat, Rhode Island.
talning that the board's citation
was directed mainly at the labor
proposing that the normal tax
rates be 2 per cent on the first
? 5,000 of income; 4 per cent on
the second $5000; fi per cent on
the third ?5,00 and 8 per cent
on all over $15,000. The voto
was 4 6 to 2S.
Harris Amendment Lost
The second amendment by Sen
ator Harris, Democrat, Georgia,
and proposing that the rate on the
first ?4,000 of "earned" income
as distingulshed from 'unearned"
income be 4 per cent and the rate
on the second $-1,000 4 per cent
ing conditions decisions.
Texas Roads Operate.
HOUSTON, Tex., Oct. 24.
Houston, scene of the first strike
in the threatened nation-wide
walkouts, today resounded to con
flicting claims of railroad offi
cials and union leaders.
International and Great North
ern officials declared both freight
and passenger traffic was moving
although the former greatly di
minished in volume, it was said.
Union leaders stood on the state
ment that the strike Is a com-
nlefe tie-un. rtprlarinjr that tho I with the rate on all over that S
100 per cent walkout Saturday of Per cent- lost 35 to -2- Two Ue"
600 members of the Brotherhood Publicans, Borah and LaFollette,
of Railroad Trainmen make, "this joined the solid Democratic mi
one ot the toughest jobs the rail-1 nority in supporting the amend
road ever went up against." ment.
Four switch engines in the! Walsh Proposal Beaten
Houston yard operated today as' The ,hjrd roll cal1 was on an
against only one yesterday, O. J. ; amendment by Senator Waish,
Brown, superintendent' of the ter- I Democrat, Massachusetts, propos
minals announced. j inS a s Per ceEt rate on tlie lirst
"Conditions are gradually im-i ?5.00 of income and a 6 per cent
proving," Mr. Brown added. ! r:!tc on tho second ?5.0o. This
"many yard clerks that were laid was defeated 32 to 21. one Re
off earlv today for lack of work : Publican, La Toilette, supporting
being called to duty because of!11-
the rapid reorganization. Some
are still on the inactive list but
they will be recalled as they are
r ' .;'
A Hint to the Bashful.
He was a bashful young man
and he wished much to propose
From the first turn of the
motor until khe end of the trip,
Red Crown! gasoline delivers
steady, dependable power.
Every gallpn of "RedCrown"
which goes Into your tank in
sures ready; starting, smooth
and rapid acceleration and
more mileage a continuous
stream of power. That ex
plains the popularity of "Red
Crown" wjiy it is the choice
of motorists: who know what
good gasoline should do.
It pays to I look for the Red
Crown sign before you-fill. You
will find thai sign at Standard
Oil Service Stations, garages,
and at other dealers.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY M
AhTO V (Califonu)
a t SUmdwd Oil Ctmpuy,
GUiftrms) , s
OTHER BIG PRIZES,
Totaling $510.00 Cash
I SALEM MARKETS
Prices quoted are wholesale and pric
es received by farmers. -o retail pruts
Wheat, sucked, 88c fit 83c.
Oat, milline. net, 40a.
Outs, feed, 35c.
Vttch and oat bay, lit.
Clow Hav, $10.
Mill ran -lill feed. M4.
Eggs. Butter and Bntterfat
Creamery butter, 43c.
Hens, light, 15c (at 16c.
liens, heaTy, 22c.
Chickens, spring. 20J Q 22c.
Roosters, old, 8c H 10c.
Fork, Mutton and Baet
Hogs, $9 S9.50.
1-ambs, 4ic 5c.
Top veal, 13tse 14
Pork. dressed 13c & 13 He.
Steers, 4c 54c.
Tokay grapes 10c.
Lemons. 7.J" 2 $8.
Oranges, $7.50 b $8.
Florida Grape Fruit, J.
California grape fruit. IS.
Peaches, crate, $1.50.
Cranberries, box, $5.25.
Sweet potatoes, 4 V&c.
Cabbage. 2c. .
Tomatoes, bushel, 75c.
B-I1 peppers, lb., 11c.
Oregon onions. 54c.
Head lettuce. 75c.
Dates, Tigs, Honey
, fan. I2.
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ducer XfeTid Waxkfield Griffin, "I tara
ia3 atsged four of the nested Kerinr
ictnra bur in America far asr aext aig
Krinc Picture Play." Of coots thia made
urriffin angry becaas ba likea to ba tha
arreateat af ail tha great Movie Producers ad
e tried his best to persuade DeMiller U tell
aim tae kamea os the great &1oti Stars. Jo-d
tantalize htm, Caaar B. DeMiIVr raa
ri& "VarkfmW Grizfia fear evere codes
repeating sunn af tho Ion Movie
Hars Ta had engaged end told him that if no
htd brains enongh to Jaavr tW vsaraa (ran
se secret cades deeerved ta know thea.
at waa oo Bihh af a puss! far Griffin, ao it
is said he exiled ia Scotland Yard and offered
sham a thousand dollars if Uey oouli dis
eyer tha names for hfm from tha four sex-ret
nsdoa that CeMille had given kim. Thj
aa an easy job for the great Scotland Yard
WeteeUTs Force, and in less than aa Boar
' the four nraes. They gsre the
?5 to Oriff in and also gsva hint Ua sya
am icr workiag ana thair dues.
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This Great Contest Is Absolutely FREE of
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