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.THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
THURSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER' 10 .1921
FRANCE HAS CHANGED BUT LITTLE SINCE "DOUGHBOYS" DEPARTED
Coveted Trophies Are Aw-
arded at International
PORTLAND. Ore.. Nov . i
Washington today won first of
ftotcial extensiuu service .ai
Holtsteln-Friegian herd prizes foi
the bent bunch of 10 selected ani
mals of that breed at the Pacific
International Livestock . expoai-
tion. Oregon took second prize
and the third went to Idaho Th
rule required that the animals In
the competition represent at least
five different owners.
Herd awards la, the Holsteln
fiction today went to-the Carna-
tion Farm company. The huge
Matador Segls Walter loving cup,
,put up by Carnation company Tor
the best young herd of HolHtelns.
was won by J. L. Smith of Spo
kane. Carnatlo nwon first In the
young herd clasa In which the Se-
gis Matadore Walker cup was of
fered, but not being In competi-
t'on on the cup. It was awarded to
(Carnation Farms company, pre
sented the cup, which rnuxt be w n
turee times to be held perma
netnly. In addition to carrying off the
first prizes In the four herd classes
"1 Holstelns, Carnation also won
the ; Oregon Journal cup, for
"yound herd, for the third time and
became its permanent possessor.
The C. A. Harrison trophies, of-
OF THE STOMACH
JOU CANT ENJOY LIFE
with tore, tour, bloated ttom
ch. Food doet sot nourah.
tuteej km tource of Buoy, uunag
pom, Kclrliing. dininru and bead,
Q The pcNoa with a bad etomach
tbould be uln&ed with nothing em
tKaa permanent, luting reEcL
I The right remedy will ad upon the
Etungj of the ftomach, enricK the blood,
id m casting out tbe catarrhal poisoos
and strengthen every bodily function.
I Tha large lumber of people who
have seceeMfuny nwd Dr. Huteaa't
famous medkine, recommended for aQ
catarrhal condition, offer the tirongeal
pouible endorsement lot
LI SERVICE FIFTT TEAK
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! laSSS Hk-i. It' . rftCTJfr i . .V-r E.RICAN FE CAMP ,
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moments as the j presidHit and i Copher
Mrs Harding went out to receive ; came for
aeain formal honors from the
troons waiting betow. .
Then the unknown was left
1 alone with his motionless ruarl;
of honor that waa changed at fre
quent intervals, alone with his
head eastward toward France.
On either side of the doorway
stand the statues! of Lincoln an t
ttiant as tbonttr they a;so kejn
I. And as ii.shts were switch-,
ed off the dim twilight of the fe
eattertd hidden : electric f elitw
let the shadows tall over the bier.
;nd fill the vt cavern of tlf
dome above with a mystery an t
a peace that will not be broken I
until daylight of tomorrow.
Prairie only another
Sauk Center. Mian.,
where Lewis was born and raised?
And whom do-s he picture as
The young lady across the'wa
dropped Into a book store the
other day and asked for a copy ofi
Robinson Caruso. They, did not
have It in stock.
Season Record Breaker j
In Crater National Forest
Skin Clear and Flesh
Firm With Yeast
Concentrated Tablets Easy and
Economical to Take Result
TABLETS OK LIQUID
.From October 30 until Novem
ber 2 the American Legion
hold its annual convention In
Kansas City. Great Britain,
France, Italy and Belgium will
be represented at the conference.
At least twenty Governors from
different States throughout the
country are expected to attend.
American leaders will be repre
sented by General Pershing. A
parade will be held, in which
40,000 ex-service men will take
part. Many of the boys will ex
change glances and greet their
"buddies," who many (have not
seen since they parted three years
ago. Many of the ruined villages
have been rebuilt, but a great
many of them still look the same
as when the American lads de
parted. These pictures will help
Sring back to mind the days when
they, were in "the big thing."
These pictures, which were taken
tea days ago, are an example ot
what has been done in three in
rMnous cities since American
crops left France. One shows all
CuU remains ot the American
B Camp at Brest, where the
uxCority ot American soldiers
we landed, and where they were
Inter ejmbarked for home. Another
shows the ruins about the City
TlaJl of Chateai liierry, which
MEDFORD, Ore.. Nov. 3. In
point of low number of fires the ,
, past season of the Crater national j
i forest was a record-breaking one. j
There were only "7 fires within
the forest conf nes and two in im- i
mediately adjoining state territory
, protected by the forest service.
The total acreage burned over
was SO 7. 6? acres and the total
damage caused amounted to but
$763.14. The most important
; t 're, one on the east of Klamath
! fide ftf tVtA frtract : o 1 k.- a nf
iuvj v i i v v r vcaur,va ca avt;? a
Of these fires, according to
Hugh S. Rankin, supervisor on
Crater national forest, 19 were
cav.i'eil by lightning, 49 by care- I
lessness in cigar, pipe or cigarette
smoking, or from camp fires left
by campers or travelers; 7 were
incendiary and one was set by a
blasting fuse. The cost of f.gliung
these fires was $2,618.05.
; It is all right for Sinclair
; Lewis to write Main Street, the
' chief thoroughfare of Gopher
j Prairie, but why not High street,
an almost universal name In the
j nomenclature of small towns.
where men do things and aocom
1 plisa something? Another thing
CUt Tkat Firm FU.h.
"Pm" and Healthy Clow
at Youth T.W. Matia'
Y.t VITAMON TtbWt.
Ef ry man or womaa who has heard el the
woodrou bith and beauty-fnakiat power oi
tbe vitainioea in yeaat, frcah v table mod
other raw 4ooda will I giad to know e( the
BjDasi( retalu being obtained from the highly
concentrated ytt MaMtn's VITAMON tab
let. ThM supply a proper does of all three
vtUmioea (A, ll. and C) and w now used by
tbouaaiHl who appreciate their economy, coo- .
vrnifoce and quick revulu. Mutio'i VITA
MON tnizea with your food, helps it to direst
od provid the heal th-n vine trenrth-buildxaa ,
nounatuuent that your body must have to make
firm tissue, trong nerrea, rich blood and a
keen, active brain. They will sot cause gas or
upeet the i tomach, but, on the contrary, are a
great aid in overcoming indigsation or ehroaie
constipation. Pimple, boil and akin eruptions .
teem to vanish a if by magic, kertnc the
complexion clear and glowing with health. B'
Mire to remember the nam Maatin'a VI -TAMOS'.
Do not accept imitation or rubatitatea.
You ran get Mania's VITAMON TahkU at alt
Are Powttrely Ctttftatted ;
to Put On Finn Flesh.:
dear th Skin and Increase) ;
vtasT Energy When Taken With
VTABut( Erery MeeJ or Money IUck ;
F5.UHSS ABOUT THE ClTY HALL IN CHATEAU THIE.15Y
has not been built to any great
extent! The third shows part of
the ruins of Chal-cs-sur-Marne
Little has been done to rebuild
the village. The "Unknown Amer
V Hero." who shall be laid at
rest in the .Arlington Nationa
Cemetery on Armistice Day, w
fsWin! fjoD t-Vij battlefield.
fered for best "get of sire" and
best young herd were won by Car
We can. distinctly remember
when the clumsy waltzer was con
tinually Bteppins on the skirt of
his female companion. But that
was long ago. Exchange.
Owing to the very disastrous fire in
our store on October 31, we are now oc
cupying temporarily quarters at corner
oi High and Trade streets. Telephone '
same. No, 1374.
We will be able to take care of all
needs in a very few days.
Showalter & Jacobs
PLAllSj SOLDIER LIES
i UNDER CAPITOL DOME
(Continued from page 1)
or hi sriavy and marine comrades,
the, unknown was lilted down to
; Admiral Chandler and his aides
came behind, cocked hats off in
the cold rain. Beiow, cabinet,
members also stood bareheaded
army .and navv oIHcers at salute.
Salute of Sea Sounds
As the casket passed overside
to the! plank, the wail ot the
bo'sun's pipe shrilled the last sa
lute of! the sea to the dead. It
sounded oddly against the back
ground; or the dirge and as the
sound of the pipe died away, the
gua forward barked the passing ot
Step! by step the bearers la
' bored down the plank to the dock.
Again the pipe above vauea as
they stepped ashore. The un
known iwas again 0:1 American
i Slowly the flag-draped casket
moved ulown between the Uoops
and mirines and under the eyes J
Of the bluejackets standing at the
ship's rails. As they came abreast
of the band, the dirge was stilled,
a marine bugler sounded for
flourishes o salute to a general
cfficerJ The the strains of the
"Star Spangled Banner" rang out.
Hero of Heroes Thero
Armxtice Day, Friday, November 11th
O. A. C. Vs. W. S. C. t.
0. A. C. Stadiiiin. Corvallis
1 ", at 2:45 p." m.
unknown to his last sleep at Arl
ington. As the casket was strapped in
place, an order rang out and the
cavalry band swung off to the
left, playing "Onward Christian
'Soldiers." Behind them came the
troopers four abreast. After the
caisson,; and following the squad
ron were Secretaries Weeks and
Denby, riding in a closed car, Gen
eral Pershing and Admiral Coontz
and behind these other officers.
Thousands lAim itoad.
The horses swung away at a
slow trot. Ahead the winding
road to the old gateway was lined
with marines at present arms, and
behind them, row after row, were
packed thousands cf American
Out through the gateway the
cortege1 clattered to find other
crowds lining the way under the
fading daylight. On it went, to
swing at last into the great plaza
before the capitol, and there the
troopers again drew up in line,
facing the massive building with
sabres at "present" as the casket
was carried up the wida stairway
to be placed on the catafalque in
the dim rotunda. The two secre
taries, bareheaded, followed and
behind them the officers and the
The only lights were those high
among the pillars and the last
Again the slow march to the ! lilu," oi aay tnrougn me
waiting: gun carriage was taken !hl?h windows. The waiting guard
Up; again the wa'l of the funera! which would stand through the
march, icut throush with the crash j nipht about the bier, stood at
of the gun above, sounded. Beside j present arms as the casket was
the caison stood the eiphi body j set in place on the high, black
bearers of the army, headed by draped structure.
Sergeant Woodfill, hero of heroes, j
r The feoldiers took over the bur- j
den atlthe gun carriage and then!
could be seen a witherad handful
of flowers, the only decoration cn j
the flag-wrapped, casket. They ;
were the blooni3 wish which this '
casket 'was chosen from others in
France; They will go with the
Special Train Service
Lv. Salem...10:05 a. m.
Ar. Albariy....l0:57 a. m.
Lv. Alhany....ll:15 a. m.
Ar; Corvallis 11:50 a. rru
Lv. Corvallis. 5:25 p. m.
Ar. Albany 6:00 p. m.
Lv. Albany 6:12 p. m.
Ar. Salem 7:05 p. m.
Round Trip $2.04
(Plus 8', War Tax)
Final return limit
Sale date November 10th and 11th.
'"'.' November 13th
For further particulars ask Agents
Southern Pacific Lines
JOHN M. SCOTT ,
; , General Passenger Agent, g
There was a pauze then until
the ring cf a command on the
plaza, the flurry of drawn steel
as the sabres of the cavalry leaped
oiit to "presenl" to announce that
President and Mrs. Harding had
As the president and Mrs. Har
ding came into the chamber,
brilliant lights leaped up. The
liameras clicked. About the bier
Uie guard stood with rifle butts
1 Mrs. Harding stepped forward,
;i wide white ribbon in her hand,
he had stitched it herself, and
.stepping on the base of the cata
falque she laid it across the cas
Itet, a slash of white across the
ain-sodden flag with its with
ered; cluster of French flowers,
is Vrs. Harding stepped down,
;he president pinned to the rib
bona silver shield of the United
States, set with 48 golden stars.
It is symbolic of the heart of tho
Chief Salute Dead
Then a great wreath of crim
son roses was handed Mr. Hard
ing and he laid it on the casket
near the head p.nd gare place to
Vice President Coolidge and
Speaker Giljett who laid the trib
ute of congress, a wreath of pink
roses and snap-dragons in place
Chief Justice Taft moved forward
bearing the floral tribute of the
supreme court, a wreath of chry
ranthemums and carnations. Sec
retary Weeks laid the army's to
ken of remembrance, a wreath of
white roses against the casket at
the head, and Secretary Denby
placed the navy's offering Chry
santhemums and roses, set on an
easel at the foot of the bier Over
and to one .side, next to the wall.
Was placed the gTeat masses or
pink blossoms that were warmed
to life by the sun of France.
Then General Pershing stepped
forward to place his own tribute
and that of the A. E. F., on the
coffin. It was a wreath of grant
pink chrysanthemums and as he
placed it. the officer paused a
moment then stepped back a pace
or two and drawing his figure to
its full height, lifted his hand to
cap brim in rigid salute.
Soldier Ieft With Guards
The only spectators were the
few clustered in the doorways.
The bright lights blazed for a fer
MARSHAL FOCH GREETED BY THOUSANDS UPON ARRIVAL.
eW rnoaf .-wv. ,v -
Excellent quality' Jersey Cots in Brown
and Navy Blue. Special f6r Thursday
only at ! -.$3.89
In Serges and Jerseys, Brown and Navy
Blue. Special for Thursday only: $4.95
' ' '-"i ' .i S?J
Beautiful Serge Dresses, embroidery trimmed, contrasting trimmings" and Tself
trimmed. These come in Navy Blue. Special for Thursday only. at...-Tf...,-.$9.95
Ladies' Fine Cotton Hose with hem top.
Special for Thursday only at pair He
(Limit 6 pairs to a customer)
In all colors, buy now at a good saving.
Special for Thursday only at per ball 2c
(Limit 5 to a customer)
Colgate's Tooth Paste. Enough said,
everyone knows this wonderful brand.
Special Priced at per tube...... 8c
, LUX i V r&i;-
The Soap in flalces, a bw; box of Lux
a big saving. Special for Thursday only
at per box 1........ ......r7c.
(Limit 5 to a customer) (
' BATH TOWELS
All White Turkish Bath Towels, large
size. Special for Thursday only at
each ; 19c
(Limit 5 to a customer) j
White Outing Flannel, 36 inches wide,
good heavy quality.. Special for Thurs
day only, at, per yard .:J 19c
Quality Merchandise truthfully sold is the keynote of our store policy.
Our methods of merchandising will be beyond criticism or doubt. These ideals '
are being instilled into our buyers, ou r salespeople, and into our organization.
Our advertisements are being closely censored. -
But in spite of all precaution mistakes will happen, as on September 23,
when We advertised Heatherbloom Petticoats at 98c.
We have since found out that this special item so advertised were not
the genuine Heatherbloom. We ask our customers who purchased any of these
petticoats as genuine Heatherbloom, to let us know and we will cheerfully re-?
fund their money. This mistake is very much regretted for it worked an in
justice not only to our customers, but to the established reputation of Heather
bloom to our competitors and to ourselves.
. - ; v'Oj Mr fL t
hjMarshal Ferdinand Foch, Commander-in-Chief of the allied armies during the world wrr, wu
rreeUd by more than 100,000 cheering people when he landed t the Battery in New York city. H
was met by General Pershing, who welcomed him to America on behalf of the army, and Governor
Millet of New York, as well as several other noted dignitaries. He W&1 f ttfind, ths .American Legion
In Our Furniture Department
(Furniture Department 2nd Floor)
In a large variety of
pretty designs to choose
from. Special for. Thurs
day only, at yard 43c
Piano Lamps, Table
Lamps and Electric
Lamp Shades. Special
for Thursday only at ex
actly z Price.
Genuine Japanese Mat
ting Ruga, size 3x0. in
assorted patterns. Spe
cial for Thursday only, at
each : 89c
This Store Will Be Closed All Day
177 North Liberty Street