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Catered at tae Poetof flee In 8alem, Oregon, as second elass matter
SIX CENT LOGANBERRIES
" A lew weeKa ago, we were neann a kvu ucai wm uc
demand for minimum of 6 cents a pound for loganberries.
Senator La Follette fs a two
elded man. In Wisconsin he Is
fnTlncible. in Washington, where
he spends the most of his time,
he can never quite or long agree
with lanyhody. For oyer forty
years this man has been elected
to office by popular Tote. What
Is' hU secret?
It pays to be a bull on America
in the stock market of the world.
The country Is safe and prosperi
ty will come. How often hare we
seen conditions wben It ! seemed
that the nation was going to the
demnltion bow-wows, . but noth
ing ever .happened.. Look in the
glass ; and smile. Los Angeles'
Yes. Its the troth. What
yon going to do about it?" '
To this CHne replied:
"We'll have it out up stairs,"
and Bergen answered:
''No, we will have it out here.
Revolver Sent For
Miss Thornton's statement, ac-
Only 45 Minutes Needed to , ;. -J?-
C.S W b V UC& V A
apstairs for a revolver. The de
tective testified that Miss Thorn
ton said on Scullion's return:
When the men started to go
up stairs, Mrs. Cline attempted to
stop them, but I rushed between
them and held Mrs. Cline back.
Bergen and Cline then went up
stairs. I heard a scuffle, then one
shot and Bergen came down-
Select Jury in Bergerr
IIACKENSACK, N. J., Oct., 23.
Consuming but one court day,
in which. 4 S minutes were given
to the selection fof a jury the j state
tonight rested its case in the Joint
trial of George 'Cline. motion pic
ture location director. Miss ' Alice Ltalrs followed by Cline. As Ber-
Thornton and Charles Scullion, een WGnt out I went into the
brother-in-law or Cline. ior tne i klt,i..n o eet a drink of water
RAISING THE PAY
- ovjvudv niwe wuuw not pauicKy maiviauais ready to sell
t fW thw could be imagined as possible arid:t?6iBg
yopf. loganberries would sell at 6 cents a poujidWljetter'
'iieit ; yeAfandthrougKbu't the years. of. the futures long
i feft6 vert'singr continued nd tbe organization or onrani-
w r vuo,umu .uujiBuiu wuuer gwa ana
merit, ... -i, -. .'
: - J;3 i la it ffoinir to end with a mere demand?
' S t If the irrowers of the loganberries are to be sure of re-
' eiyin; $ cents a pound for their product, they would better
hot; depend upon' mere hick.'' '
j!,f'.ftf'.- The canneries are finding a better consumer derrtand for
logantjernes. , ;ine lower prices ior tne cannea prpaucx are
ijelpinsfln the opening up of new markets and In larger sales
? : i -The larger sales of dried loganberries; especially in small
Carton packages,. encouraging.
i There are prospects of a revival of the juice business;
..ana this would help. . j .
H V;BUt all these encouraging signs, and all others that
may be imagined from chance causes, will not make ft de
u tnartd ,f 6 cents a pound by the growers certain of a realiza
tioh of that demand : - ; , -
V Even though they were united to the last grower In that
; denland; which is hardly to be expected.
i ' 2'; But thorough organization and judicious advertising
r.r... would turnthe rick. , :;.. . , .v . ; ftlV4 -,
',; A If everv rjound of locanberrips
Hon of a cent for advertising purposes, and if this fund could
be expended judiciously, and this were continued through a
series of years ' .,- - r
Anrl if in nrlrliffnn fn ifiia ail mviwan
- w 51 u 11 li o ncic UlXdllUcU.
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The United States Railroad
Labor board has ordered an ad
vance of 2 cents an hour in the
wages of many thousands of shop,
aorkers. Some time back the
leaders of these men denied the
authority of the board to inflict
any redaction of wages upon
them." Will they wish to repudi
ate an increase? The Labor board
is presumed to , represent three
groups. The railway executives
rave representation, and so have
the workers. The public group is
bat ween. In this adjustment the
public had the right of way for
once. The railroads opposed any
increase at all. The unions want
ed a much larger one. The public
places the increase at a rate that
gives ; the men a reasonable ad
vance and can still be met with
out hardship by the corporations
It seems to be a fair proposition
THE LAUGHING HABIT
rTfke way o be sure of 6 cent loganberries
t Advertise and organized : - : i?
he American-" dollar "is at. a
lliiht discount-in Candit. Th
M nO war for Our Ladr of
Hnds treu her Unclo Bam. r .
' Tnere will b. a srmooslnm. on
U vflax! industry of the 4 Salem
ttistr tct'U J n . CThe -Statesman of
bjbjmeptvof.ihis industry.wlll be
lUdlyj received. Please hurry. . ;
J prp4Ier General William
MltCten,- assistant i chief j of the
Un)ed States army air : eeryice,
predicts ttbat, it vriJI soon be pos
slbjaybr.y a New, Tork business
tnan to" gd'ttf London In the fore
noon tnrn-act ; : business - there,
and.'get' back home before -dark.
He' says .'America is now the lead
ing nation in .the air, in speed,
altitude and endurance;, and Jhat
it win te. possible to travel 600
miles an , hour, as sooni as the
problem . of sufficient oxygen for
the pilot ' and passengers can, be.
solved. : They must hurtle throjigh
-pace at k height of T5 50 'feet;
where the air is fine and does not
carry moisture.. 1 -': ' ' :
"As dry as the Atlantic ocean"
will e substituted now, for ,the,
as wet as that ocean that; New
Jersey's governor employed a;the
degree of dampness he was going
to -impose on his state.
t ) Turkey; proposes j to levy ' on
Greece anT Immense r.reparations
Somebody says that man is the
only animal that laughs. But
think of the things hei has to
laugh at! The" jackass and the
hyena seem .sometimes to be
laughin&--to those- who listen
Likewise, the face or the baboon
may register a grin; but the real
heart I chuckle that expresses it
self in what we know as laughter
seems restricted to 'humans. But
Why. shouldn't a man laugh T
Look at what he has coming.
IP WIJfTCR COMES
, The 'Woodpeckers are promts
ing the 'country a long, hard win
ter,' but out here in Oregon we
don't.' have to believe every fool
-Woodpecker that comes along
Up I JJ SMOKE
; They jire still turning out over
$1,000,000 worth of corn-cob
nines In Missouri every year. No
smoke without some fire. Every
body Isn't smoking cigarettes.
S Center is Now Certain
WALLA WALLA, Wash., Oct.
23.4 Following 13 months of
continuous j planning, the estab
lishment of a United States Vet
erans bureau reconstruction cen
ter I at Fort Walla Walla now
seetns virtually certain, accord-,
ingi to an announcement made
here today by United States rep
resentative John W. Summers.
ffbould a reconstruction center
of. this Ind be established here,
it vrill be the first in tne raciuc
northwest at which disabled war
vetierans will undergo vocational
training! within hospital grounds.
anad at the same time unaer ai-
rect medical attention.
The Distilled Motor Oil
THE GREASE SPOT
Hudson and Essex Service
murder on AugUBt 25 of John
Bergen, motion; picture actor.
The court reserved decision on
the admissibility of two notes of
fered in advance by the state. One
was said to be the dying state
ment of Bergen: "This was a
frameup" and the other was a
note said to have been found on
Bergen after his death, which
read: "George Cline killed me.
A motion by defense counsel to
dismiss the indictment against
Miss Thornton and Scullion on the
ground that' the state had pro
duced no evidence to connect eith
er with.the erime was denied.
The principal witness for the
state was County Detective Nath
an. Allyn, who testified to two
statements made by Miss Thorn
ton.-One, he ssid, was taken by
him, at a hotel In Fort Lee on
August 28, before Miss Thornton
was arrested, and the other was
made to Assistant Prosecutor Mc
Carthy in his presence after she
had been arrested.
; Beginning: of Row Told
In the latter statement Detec
tive Allyn testified Miss Thornton
stated that when she went to the
Cline home on the night of the
murder, Mr. and Mrs. Cline and
Bergen were there. Bergen and
Mrs. 'Cline were sitting in a "cor
ner and the latter said to ' Ber
gen:' - ; ., ." i ' .
Jack, 1 , bad to tell my hus
band because of the children."
This .'statement, hn said, refer
red! .to f alleged improper relations
between Mrs. Cline and Bergen.
Then Cline said to Bergen:
"If you have anything to
lets have it." i
"Bergen answered, according to
for Mrs. Cline and Cline told me
to go home. I went and after I
reached home I telephoned to
Cline and told him I had passed
Bergen lying on the street. Cline
made no answer and hung up the
Defense Begins Today
The defense will begin its case
Six men and six women are on
the jury. Miss Susan S. Squire, a
23-year-old stenographer was
chosen forewoman of the jury.
I ImtsJ Guarar
eg&l Guarantee Giveru
Nm md mi no pin oootinu work.
kU to 9 Gle-au rile Treatment.
ESO CEOSS PHARMACY
SCREEN SCRAP BOOK
This will be the third Movie Rotogravure section to
appear in the Oregon Statesman. ' , i
WATCH FOR IT
SERIOUS BLADDER TROUBLE
"Could not stand nor sit and
was forced to cry out from in
tense pain," writes Henry Will-
lams, Tarkio, Montana. . "The
doctors said I had Inflammation
of the bladder and an operation
was necessary. , Tried Foley's
Kidney Pills and was relieved at
once. Tell all my frlenids about
Foley Kidney Pills as it will save
many from suffering and perhaps.
as in. my case, a dangerous opera
tion." Bladder. and kidney
trouble demands prompt treat
ment. Foley Kidney Pills give
quick relief. Sold everywhere.
F1ED PEPPER F0H
October 25, Wednesday AntomoHre
men. of Marion and Folk counties to matt
October 25. Wfldnesdar Annual m.t
Unit of Willamette chDter. .. 6n
r am i 1 - i . . I .
.ycwir xrway vacnei iMtuejfio i jnst as soon as you apply Red
lecre at Waller hall. " ,
.October. 28 and 29. Saturday aad Bin- I repper nup you win leei me ung
Red Pepper Rub takes the
'ouch" from sore,, stiff, aching
joints. It cannot hurt you, and
it certainly stops i that old rheu
matism torture at once.
When you are suffering so you
Can hardly get around, just try
Red Pepper Rub and you will
have the quickest relief , known.
Nothing has such concentrated
.penetrating heat as red peppers.
day Conn ty Christian endeavor - conven
tion at rratorn. ,
Koveraber 3, Friday Marioa county
i. m. u. k. coOTentton at Stay ton,.
. Nor ember 4. Saturday Road district
peeial tax elect ion in Marlon conntyr
Movoaibor 7, Tuesday General elec
November 10, Friday Apollo club con
cert at armory.
November 15, Monday Scottish Rite
Masons to meet in Salem.
November 14, Tuesday Representative
w. u. liswiev to speak to Salem Six
O'clock elub. First Methodist church.-
November 8u, 'I'hurstey Thanksgiving
December 2, Saturday Bazaar, St.
Paul's Chnreh. 560 Chemeketa.
ling heat. In three minutes it
.warms the sore spot through and
through fain and soreness are
Ask any good druggist for a
Jar of Rowles Red Pepper Rub.
Be sure to get the genuine, with
the name Rowles on each pack
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lrlfhta l2a Associated Editors
The Bicresti Little Paper fas tbe World
Edited by John H. UHlar
lmrainir iiv iimiv" - '. I msss airnav tnsra .Tltfa la n
'(this IS theiourthot a series I trick 'that works well 4n' history
! Of-articles which will help young for examples Suppose'' yon want
students to learn, more and get! to remember that the. , world'j
i better gradesr by showing .. them Fair, in Chicago was in .1893. Ton
orjr, learn to make the most of know that it was held t4? cele
. ho.w .to- study more efficiently.) ; brate the 4f0th anniversary of
; In most "studies there are many tne Isndlng ; ot Columbhs; .They
w. things that tou have to aet rlaht couldn't get It ready,, however,
.dawn and' . memorise.'
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,jr-ihat poem oc English.-those his-.
. tjr dates, those' capitals '-,o!
P ' states, i and : that ; special ."kind ' of
foblms thev all have', to;'' be
i committed" to' memdry- . . ' .
i Use ''system in your memorir-
. 1 Since yon . have to spend sq
' much titte committing to mem
your time tnd get lessons so thejr
slick. First; learn p the "whole"
method. If you have a poem to
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the year 1t was supposed to come.
and had to wait until a year later.
Columbus you ' know; landed in
li'ji. r our nunarea .years taier
would be 1892, and if they wait'
ed a year," that made 7lh 4a te
1 8SSI" There" you have; it f ixed.1
Know what it yis you are mem
Xon't learn a thing like a par
rot. It sticks longer If you think
about it, and reason out the' best
way to remember It. Perhaps, you
mix; up the spelling of certain
words. Just 'because you haven"
linked them up In . your .. mind
right. One boy confused - sight
i'te, and cite with recite. Looks
easy, doesn't it?
Vso Short Prills
In drilling .a list of dates, re
member that yon learn more eas-
Ity if you 'work hard at them a
short while." then- stop and do
omething else, only to come back
ind hammer at them for anothet
Don't try to swallow your les
son at one gulp. .'.'"
'-It is better to rest a while: be
tween study periods than to 'work
o long that the drill becomes
monotonous and tiresome.
. larn, read jibe whole thing over
artd over until . it 1 fixes Itself in
' .yoSj S mind, 'all. In one. piece, , If
1 Jroit; commit-one part of a thing
at a. time and then do somethinS
else- and 'come ' back vto learn the
fnett .part, you have no bridge to
' connect the separate parts. . '
' Couple Vn Ideas k :
One war of keeping things' in
- your mind is to link them up with
f THE SHORT STORY, JR
THE PROUD COLETTE ' T,
it was piatn to be seen that
Colette was spoiled, She stood
mi the shelf, pursed un her iHt
tie red lips, blushed -becomtnalv.
ana maae eyes at everyone that
'me along. She was the most
valuable doll In the boollu. Sure
ly She had a right to look proud
if she wanted to.
People passed all r day , along.
Oh, what a beautiful dolli-.
they would cry :when they saw!
Colette. Sometimes they would;
stop and put a.dime on the blg
A UCU IUO HUCC1WUUIU feV4
spinning round . and -round until
It made Colette dizzy to watch It.
Colette always watched. for if it
stopped on number 13 "then she
would have to go. But the wheel
never stopped on number 13.
Often it stopped on the even
numbers, and then the dark
haired man wonld shake his head
and ! look Bad, but Colette some
how knew that underneath he
wai really glad. Again it stop
ped on the odd numbers, and then
he would smile reach up on the
shelf, take down one of the com
mon painted dolls with frizzed
hair and band it across the coun
ter.; It was then 'Colette knew
that he was sad.: i" But after the
people were gone he would smile
f l- ua.a. ...
grimly ana say. "iney ii never
aet ; you. Colette. ' my beauty.
vybto got iuai wneei fixed so
they'll never get you."
Colette was happy. She loved
to stand on the shelf and be ad3
mired all day long. She liked to
have all the other dolls Jealous of
But one day a strange thin
happened. Suddenly, for no rea
son whatever, the big wheel stop
ped right on number 13. Colett
was so surprised she nearly fell
off her feet.
- in e dark haired man turned
pate with anger, but what was
there, for him to do? There stood
Colette with a big number 1
pinned to her dress.
"Well, Dolly, we're won the
handsomest one in the outfit!'
eried a 'Jollr Toice. .and- Colett
thought it might not be so bad
after all, to go away with them
; -Oh. Dad. do we have to take
her?" th sweet faced little girl
cried. "She looks, so proud and
stuck-np I'd like that nice lit
tle one over there Jn the corner
one to love fier."
The dark! haired man grabbed
the plain little doll off so qu'ck
he nearly knocked Colette over.
When they were gone he patted
Collett on the head. "Well, my
dear, that was a narrow escape,"
he cried happily.
Colette shrank back in the cor
ner. She beard ail the common
painted dolls laughing at her.
You Will Find
I PICTURE PUZZLE
WHAT fOUR ENGLISH .
POETS ARE THESES
a . .; - . . .
She looks 1IV.--.1.. wnfi - Hw"1,7.,,,,ir
v ovuit r ion ivp, maamz a word Ccsm. ,
Safe and. Economical
Between Salem and
- Portland .....$2.50
Eugene v-- 3.80
Low fares to many other
For further particulars
ask agents or write
JOHN M. SCOTT,
General Passenger Agent
Downstairs 3 Store News
ver Biiy a
IF NOT, YOU WILL BUY THE KIND WE HAVE,
FOR THEY ARE CONSIDERED E X C ELLENZ
VALUE- THEY'RE INEXPEN SIVE, GOOD
You never saw such an assortment of good
materials in short lentghs aslweihave in
our downstairs store. Remnants of 6iitihg
flannel, crash, percales, gingham, devon
shire, wash goods, cretonnes, silks and wpql?
en dress goods, in various lengths, some only
a half yard, others from one, two up to five
yard lengths. 4
About The New
We wish to sound a note of warning., If you
have merchandise to buy do not put it ott un-
! til late in the season. As you are aware, the I
new tariff that has gone into effect will force ;
the prices way up on practically all lines' So:
buy before the price advances.
jj Our stock has been bought at lowest mar
ket prices and no advance will be made until :
1 your present supply becomes exhausted.
ALWAYS REMEMBER You are fully protected
on anything you buy of us. If for any reason your
purchase here does not give the satisfaction you
have a right to expect, let us know. We will ex
change it for what you want or refund your money
t MAIL ORDERS
We pay die post
age or express
within a radius of
a hundred miles.
466 State St.
Portland Silk Shop
383 Alder St.
Winter vegetables are now at their best
Remember, that our vegetables1 cannot be equaled in the
,city. Our yapor spray keeps them-always crisp and fresh.