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BUS FOR BREAKFAST
It was a great fair.
. It was a financial success, de-
spite two days 01 rain, ana, ocean
of mud.-' J; i .:v'
Pot that down as a marker. Tie
state-fair Is ro blf now, and of
euch varied resources.'' nd the
lair such a decidedly going con
cern .that nothing can prevent the
growing success of future Oregon
state fairs excepting 'poor man
agement J or lack of vision on the
part of the man or men In charge:
Every, loganberry grower-! must
hare been Inspired by the report
of the Judge Logan banquet at
the state fair on Friday 'evening.
There, is Jists one thing necessary
to, keep the ' loganberry industry
going and growing. ; : Thai . is
thorough organization, to the last
man; and Judicious advertising;
and te ' .reorganization of ' the
juice end of the marketing.! It
is all a- question ot marketing.
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School days are here. The. kid
dies' are of. the belief thai' tern
(lis docs fflslt-;-;.. v5
Devout Jews, throughout .the
world will tomorrow observe the
Day of Aitonment. - This is a na
tional fasti and the only one com
minded in the Mosaic Law. It ts
the great day of humiliation be
fore Jehovah, on account of sin,
and. its observance as such is re
quired of all lews on pain of be
ing cut off from the congregation
III Your New
, . See It Before You Buy "
PuJade ifii Salem ,
1 F. .H.
, 803 Worth Liberty
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: Young Ladies
Ye have just received a large shipment of boys' ichool shoes at a
very low figure and ar going to' pnt these shoes on sale for the next
week .at less than
'Boys' Black and Brown S5 and $6
Girls' Black and
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;Young Men's Pack,
:Young Men's Dress
Children's Shoes at
You must see our
1 iwant to lose money.
Full line gym shoes
Ruhbcf Heel day
The best repair work at
advertising prices.. Bring
your repairing to
shop and we will guar
of Isreal. 1 f An4 this 'shall te a
statute forever unto rou, that In
the seventh month CTlzrf) on the
tenth day of the month, ye shall
afflict your souls, and do-no work
at all whether it be -one 'of'yoor
own country,' or a stranger;l,4bat
ojourneth among you; . For on
that day shall the" pHest make an
atonment for you, to clearweTrou,
that ye may be clean from all
your sins before the ' Lord' That
1 the language of Leviticus, 16:
29-33. All the stores f Salem
owned by members of. the Jewish
faith will close tomorrow, in obe
dience to this , statute, given In
the long ago. 'The same will be
true of stores . owned 'by Jewish
people, throughout the world.
The rest of the people will have
to "hand it to" the Jews, and give
them due respect for their faith
ful observance of thla law of their
religion; for the , Jejvs.Xjn, the
United "States alone will sacrifice
in the aggregate millions of dol
lars in losa of trade On account of
the faithfulness to the Injunction
that was a part of the fundamen
tal regulations for their life and
government,; given through Mos
es. In the celebration of the Day
Of Atonement waa the onlr oc
casion, on which it wis permitted
0 the high priest tot enter, the
Holy of Holies. . He went accom
panied with the offering of sac
rifices for himself an the people.
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CIIURCH AFFILIATION LISTED
! .A partial ,11st of the church af
filiations of;. Willamette univer
sity students was given but by
Registrar Kirk Saturday. The
Home Install a
- LESS FUEL
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they ; can be bought any place
School Shoes sale price $3.95
a good $12 value, on sale
Shoes, $10 to $12 values, get a pair....$6.00
wonderfully low prices.......... .'...$1.95 lap,
boys girls', and children's
now in stock at....
eath : Wednesday, all 50c rubber heels put on half
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Methodist lead by an "overwhelm
ing number, though the 'average
from year to year is kept up- The"
list is as follows; ;Baptlst 12, Catf
olic ii Christian 1 6; t Chriatiah
Scientist lr Church of Christ 1,
Church 'of God. 2, Church of
Bretbern 2, Congregational 11,
Evangelical 4, Friends 10. Greek
Orthodox 1, Lutheran 2, Latter
Day Saints 1, Methodist 352,
Presbyterian 4 Ov Swedish Meth
odist 1. United Bretbern 1, United
Evangelical 3 Unitarian 2, no
preference or undecided 7.
DECISION IN STILLMAN
CASE IS VICTORY
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to conquer intrigues. ; t. They have
stood by: ,me because Ja mother
who does not fight for her child
Is not worthy of the name of
mother. A man who does not;
acknowledge his own child Ms an
outcast.' Mr. StUlman is not
really as bad as one would think';
he has been ill-advised by bad
friends. I wanted 40 divorce him
in Paris many times. I entreated
him to part company with that
girl, Florence. President of the
biggest banking firm of America,
he was led like a child by thi
girl and be badly neglected his
business. He said once 'all right,
yon may have your,, divorce.'
Everything was settled between
lawyers, but the Case was not
tried before the courts." -
iMra. Stillmcn said - that she
would not ' institute 'divorce pro
ceedlngs against Mr. StUlman beC
cause byx so doing, she said, he
would be able to legitimatize the
children-of Florence Leeds which,
would be to the detriment of hef
ow.n children. s
"I don't care either to go back
and live with him. I will live for
my children. ' I fought for them.'
.Had ft been only for myself I
would now be free of care, and
rich, because all kinds of offera
Were made to me by the lawyers
of my husband in the way of
compromises. But I was waging
the. battle of a woman for the
right to live, the fight of mothers
for the vindication of their child-
JUAREZ QUIET AFTER
DEFEAT OF REBELS
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and several mules loaded .9 with
ammunition were captured from
"Sixty prisoners were taken,
while we estimate the number of
dead and wounded rebels at be
tween f 15 and 20," General Men
dez announced this afternoon.
Reports are being assembled and
Jt will not be until tomorrow that
we have the exact figures.
"Twelve of the federal force
were wounded, ; while eight have
been reported j killed. This In
cludes civilians, soldiers and lis-
cal guards." r '
. Three "rateros" released from
in the aty.
Oxfords, new style' $6.95
lines if you do not
DR. WILLIAMS always
in ": attendance to - take
care of bunions, corns,
fergutSxts f 'and all foot troubles.
VikkDtP0 Consultation free," try
Bd&adftKtt :him. All work satisfac
RotAf!rlss :ior or no
Jail, "were found J With rifje and
ammunition in their possession.
They were identified as. members
execuiea oy praar or General
I31any Are Arretted
CALEXIO, j Cal. Sept-.
Mexican federal authorities in
Mexicall ted at caused the arrest
of a number- of persons who sre
being held' 'incommunicado on
charges of eonrpiracy against the
Obregon government. . Five for
mer city officials are, among
them. . ; ' ,
An outbreak in sympathy with
the Juarez rebellion was planned.
according to Mexican authorities,
hut was prevented by the arrests.
, Obregon la Calm i.
MEXICO CITY, Sept 30. (By
the Associated Press.) President
Obregon and the members of, his
cabinet did not appear apprehen
sive aver the Juarez movement
thla afternoon when they attend
ed a reception to the new Nor-i
wegian minister at the National
palace. The president, however,
asked to be excused from the
regular conference of newspaper
men, which was scheduled for this
afternoon. r -V1 1
Secretary of War Serraol,!'ln
a statement nere toaay, aiiacnea
little Importance to the reported
revolt at Juarez. !'
At the war : office It .'. was1--
plained that federal troops from
Chihuahua City and other nearby
points had "been despatched to the
troubled area and the caputre of
the .rebels within a few hours, is
predicted. .-. .v-.- ...
The spread of the revolution
to other border cities ta,' not ex
McElroy's Band Again " .
I Delights Large Crowds
Cole McElroy with his J?
band orchestra has been in Salem
during the part week' having the
dance pavilion at the fairgrounds.
The band has played to capacity
crowds all week and It was-noticeable
that many attending the
first few nights were again, seen
on the floors enjoying themselves
immensely, the Buperb music dis
pensed Jbefng one of the .reasons
or their return.
Mr. McElroy has played to Sa
lem, audiences for a .number of
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years, and has always Deen wen
received, j ; .
Mr. McElroy was accompanied
by Monte Austin, the singer and
comedian, to the great delight of
those participating in the dances.
They leave Salem today for Rose.
burg for &n engagement? oa Mon
dayand will play la Mecfprdpj?,
Tuesaay ana tne . naiance 01 me
week at Klamath county fair and
rodeo, after which they, will spcn
a few nights in some of the Cali
fornia . cities, ireturnlng j to ".Port
land for a short time ' bef$p tak
ing np a planned trip to. the prin
ciple cities of the middle west, ex
pecting to be gone several veeita
WAPATO ON TEAM
Paul "Wapato, former Willa
mette student, now of Portland,
came down .to pray in the alumnl
'varsity football game Saturday.
He was for three years one of the
sturdiest ends ' that Willamette
or ; any other team in '.the "west
could boast. Opposing teams soon
learned tnat nis end was . no
thoroughfare," and they practical
ly ostracised him. He is now do
ing Insurance agency work in the
BETCRXS TO WILLAMETTE
. Miss Zelda Mulkey, sophomore
at Willamette university has reg
istered for. thia year after attend
ing another Institution for only
week. She wanted to return to
Willamette and thought it best te
do so thU semester. . .
Five College Boys Now on
1 Way to Europe Aboard "
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WASHINGTON. July 15.
Slight hunndred miles of hard
overland travel for 1.35 is a rec
ord that .smacks of the Itshy, hut
is the actual feat accomplished by
five -enterprising American col-'
lege boys seeking adventure in
foreign lands. . .
They are W. J. Ash, Russell
Ragan, F. J. Selvage and R. P.
Cushwa of Indianapolis .and G, W.
Stasand of Harvey, Illinois, ail
students of Wabash college, Craw
fordsville. Indiana, who are intent
on showing how far. resourceful
young American can travel with
out money. v
l -Stve 12 Cent Tip
Their arrival in Washington re
cently, after about eight hundred
miles In what they called "an an
tiquated model of popular, auto
mobile " was at the"xpenseVof
just $1.35 apiece. Of that, thcx
boasted, 12 cents was expended in
a tip to . a garage handhofc jt '
lowed them to sleep over, night la
the back seats of cars stored there.
They were on theft way- to New
port. News, there tofhip..,
'chambermaids tp , Jhe. cows on
a cattle boat bound for Liverpool.
The trip tV Washington took
MERMAID IN DIVE THATWO GOLD CUP.
Miss Helen Bnckshaw dolnr
WaUr Caralval Irhlcft won for her a
five days, during which they slapt
only one night in beds, springing
what is believed to be a brand
new -wrinkle in hobodom.
Put Over Fast One
Following out their plan of
economy, two eff them went to a
hotel,' engaged' a room with two
beds.. Later the other three
"dropped in casually for a visit,",
stayed the rest of the night, and
so all five enjoyed the room and
hotel bills for -three had . been
! They are going to stay In En
rope as long as their slim fun do
hold out, they say, and are geng
to tour as much of the world as
they -can. If they Bprlng more
plans like the hotel one, they are
Sure to be successful.
But. maybe ordinary people
couldn't accomplish the feat, for
it is well known that college stu
dents can think up more stunts in
.short time than ordinary mor
tals could In. much 16nger. At
iny rate, there are brains enough
in the party to come out right side
lip; for they include the editor of
the colle'ge , paper, the captain of
the baseball team, and the captain
of the. football team which Jour
neyed" east this year to give the
army team a hard struggle!
nIf the local prohibition agents-
4hould succeed In seizing a ves
sel lying off shore loaded to the
gunwales 'with liquor, could the
s,tuff be reckoned as - bay rum?
Lon Angeles Times.
the swan dive at Lv Rnnatcmiv
gold cop.! f i ! !
Easy Severance of Marital
bonds Brings Flocks Bad-
ly: Mated to Fiume
FIUME 1 Kept. 11. (By mail.)
This city counts a population of
50,000-; 11.090 of them received
decrees o divorce in the years
1920 ank 1)21. Divorces seem to
be the I most flourishing of the
local industries, and it is making
the city famous.
The feason. is hat the sever
ance ofi the; marital bond is easy
here, afd jifeople desiring fredom
flock t Kfume from neighbor
ing states where divorces are not
granted ' Anyone can get a di
vorce lt Fime who has lived, in
the citf lcriSg' enough to acquire
the rigts b& citizenship.
Comliea.iif)ns, however, occa
sionally! arjss. The case Is till
rememihered of an Italian woman
who ; acquired the citizenship of
Flume ndiyorced sher husband,
who 'reiatne;"an Italian subject.
Shortly! after her 4iorcc . she re
.marrleq an4 returned to Italy,
where ffhe was promptly imprisoa
ed for bigamy, the lalian law con
siderini her! divorce nul and void.
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Kep It Before You
HEN Iiaac Newton, the great
Wks aiked howi he worked out a complicated problem, he
replied; f ! i
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"I keep; it before me." "
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Glance through the advertising columns of this paper and in a few
minutes you have before you numerous things you want to buy now
or at some future date. .
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Advertising has stabilized prices. The advertiser names his price
one forfait I You can know that in paying it you are getting the
same deal as the next one. j ' . , .
Keep it before yon. You owe it to your pocketbook.
Advertising has helped stabilize quality. Only the best wares arc
spread before you on these printed pages. The men who advertise
here are making public certain claims, on the fulfillment of which
depends their commercial success.
ii before yon.
Advertising gives you news of the
as to what theyi cost and
eyes thefpick ofjtne country's
particular kind, shape, size and
fits your pocketbook. I
Keep it before you
Germans Turn Down Propos
al for Establishment of
BERLIN.. Sept. 30. English in
terests have failed recently in ef
forts to enlist the "aid! of Ger
many's three largest, airship con
structors in the establishment and
maintenance of an7 aerial service
between i England. Egypt, . India,
and Australia, under British aus
pices, according to Director J o
hann Schuette of the - Schuette
Lanz works.' 1 -';.rh-
Herr Schuette has "recently, re
turned from the United States .af
ter concluding, negotiations for
the founding of a German-Amer
ican company to conduct a Euro
pean-American air line, ,
' Britislt leadership Scouted.
The director intimated that the
English project was launched In
an attempt to divert the close ton
nectlons which now have been es
tabllshed between American and
German undertakings and to sub
stitute for them a British leader
ship in airship construction
her husband being an Italian, and
as such, not entitled to divorce.
THE OREGON. STATESMAN'
BOOK OF A THOUSAND SONGS
T How to Get This Book
for the mere nominal cost of manufacture and distri
bution. One coupon and 79c secures this splendid new
song book, well bound and actually containing more
than a thousand songs. j
Present or mail to this paper f one coupon with
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Add for postage: v
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I Orders up to 300
For greater distances ask postmaster rate, for three
'pounds.- "' -' - ;'S - ,-'.:vV:f'" j, y.:-i-
20 Song Books , in one.
No pther Song Book published so good or so com
plete as this one.
mathematician and philotopher,
latest and best things made
what they will do. It puts
market and the selection
color that best suits your taste
which does not'exist," ne aaya, ' t
AecordinK to Herr Schuette,
British interests made -proposals ;r f
to three German companiea Iook-t
Ing to cooperative construction,
but In each case the offer was d- ,
I nan Imprartlcable, . ;
Herr Schuette divined In the.
oroject an effort to reap the ad
vantages of Germaiy'a experience
tn airship construction" withUhe v
object of ultimately taking over ,-
the German leadership in this atr
parttnent. He declared its frus
tration signified the impracUcabll-
ity of the entire plan. Asserting
the EnglUh builders have repeau
edly failed to produce satisfactory
results, he declared the English
now have at their ; disposal only
two serviceabkZeppellna built for
use In the, war. and that the. cell-.'
bodies of i these .are noTpngjr
trustworthy. ' These M '
"would not autftce even tot aerv-f
ice between England and E?ypL
;i American Ejrea 40peed. i ?
N Herr Schuette said that Amer
icans have had their eyes opened , I
by. the fate of the R-58, und that
they wtll now force a way5 for ,
world advantages to accrue fpm
the German industry ; which, le- l
spite the obstacles of the VersatlV; '
lea treaty, has built 80 first-elasa
Zeppelins and 20 Schuette-Lani
ships. r ';'""' v.:- ',. "' ; V'v
Nearly 100.000 visitors to Yel
lowstone park thla season and it
Is but a short time ago that Jim
Brtdger brought bark the news
that the country .was fall ,t hot
springs and his associates advis
ed him to Join the Ananias club.
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