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Till! OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
THURSDAY" MORNING, JUNE 11, 1925
Issued Datl Ese.pt Monday by
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June Hi 1025 .
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FLORICULTURE A GREAT ASSET TO SALEM
The principal theme of the
vman of this morning is Floriculture, and a splendid showing
is made of the rapid growth of
ment is to render Salem one
this country, or in the world
The real "City BeautifuU"
on account of its natural setting and the, peculiarly favorable
soil and climatic conditions here for the production of trees
ancLplants and flowers of texture and color and combination
making up the sum of transcendent beauty
in f And the showing made might be extended here almost
indefinitely. .There is scarcely a home, in all Salem, or in any
of its suburbs, that is unworthy
some outstanding feature of floriculture
x- In fact, Salem says it with flowers '
- ' . And says it with flowers
than can be found in many a
population. ; . s .
Salem is as much a Rose City as Portland, and more so,
in fact in comparison to size and population. ' Our curbs here
are lined with miles and miles of rose hedges, f And Salem is
more a city of bulb flowers than any otheron this coast, and
we grow tulip bulbs as fine as any grown in Holland; and
finer than are produced elsewhere Jn-the United States.
The Salem Floral Society has done and is doing much
good work; but it has not done and is not doing any thing ap
proaching the amount of good that it should do. It has a
small membership of devoted flower lovers of their city
.... But it should have 5000 members, each paying $1 a year
dues, and the money expended in the encouragement in many
ways of efforts to make Salem more and still more beautiful.
What this society needs is general public support.' v
Floriculture is a great asset to Salem. 1 It has "money
.value. There is good business in beauty. Make Oregon's
capital city as attractive as Nature prepared the facilities to
render it, and it will attract and hold an ever ; increasing
number of the most desirable people. J i f, !
Paul V. Maris, director of the extension work of the
; Oregon Agricultural college, writes to W. C. .Connor, editor
' of the Northwest Poultry Journal, Salem as follows :
"Mr. Cosby spoke in a very complimentary !
way of your activities in connection with the "
v .. poultry meeting held in the Salem Chamber of
Commerce rooms at Salem on Thursday night, ' ' ,
June 4th. We have found it somewhat difficult
to- make contracts in Marion county, owing to
the lack of a personal representative there, and '
i K:-1 assure you that we appreciate your activities
in placing Mr. Cosby in touch with the poultry
men of your district." , ! 1 ;
There is to be no further difficulty of making contracts
between the poultry, department of the Oregon Agricultural
college, of which Prof. Cosby is the head, and jthe poultrymen
of. the Salem district. A big. meeting is being planned for
September, of all the leading poultrymen of Marion and Polk
4 counties, attended by; the .college authorities; and at this
meeting it is proposed to effect an organization of the poul
trymen of these two counties, for mutual benefit in many
1 ways, including the holding of a winter show annually in
. Salem. - J.
Salem has the chance to become the Petaluma of
Oregon '. r ".....;,; v ';,:J.i"":... tlf. M Vr'0lVl
And this would be one of the very biggest things that
could possibly happen to this city. It would mean a $20,000,
000 annual poultry industry for this district, and then some.
This is the best poultry country in the world, and our people
must be brought to unanimously realize this, and to work
according to the knowledge; Our poultry industry 4s boom
ing." But it is not growing.a tenth as fast as it ought to grow.
. California quarantines against Oregon cherries and pota
toes. Heretofore she ha3 furnished one of Oregon's best
markets for this product. And her free and skillful use of
this protective investment w;orks hardship !on Oregon grow
ers. It ignores the principle of reciprwitjr'andforces even
her own citizens to put up with inferior products. "
It is generally admitted that Oregon potatoes are super
ior in quality to those grown in any other section of the
.Pacific coasL''- V ',' y-:;. . .jiNC :-:v:rKd-'k:::4
"r The basis of the quarantine is the Colorado beetle which
has been found in few places in Eastern Oregon. This insect
attacks only the green vines and it appears to the observer's
that the quarantine if invoked at all should ply cnlr to
these vines and not to the portions of the Willamette Tsl!cy
whereno beetles 'have been found. (,iK$SX'
The qcarsiitine'on cherries is mireasonatlalriie' it'aisi
applies to f Jctliss ci the state where the evil which is aimed
fit. does not exist. And to shut out this fruit which has taken
Hi.. Salens Oregon v
1 W. H. Hsndarsoa ..Clrcalstlon afsoagsr
Ralph H. K letting advertising Manager
- , , , mamifwr mm twin.
E. A. K ho ten Livaatoek editor
i W. C Conner Poultry fcditor
Wat 86th Clltn. Vmuit. k.iia
j log. W8. Grotawahl, Mgr. . -
Phone 47 BRoadway. Albert Byera, Mgr.
: Society I (liter .
Oregon, u aeeond-slae MtUr
Slogan pages of The States
the spirit whose full develop
of the most attractive cities in
which it has a right to become,
of a word picture pointing to
that are finer, on the average
city very much larger in total
so j long to mature and which is an extensive crop fn this
State, "from so large aifare is branded as unnecessary 1
Our sister state by thus exercising her legal right sub
jects herself to the criticism of unfairness. Her action lends
color to the accusation that these quarantines" are cloaks of
protection for her own industries. Let us hope her horticul
tural authority will modify these terms and foster reciprocal
relations with Oregon in the marketing of all vegetable and
horticultural products. .. . ...... . . i. , .. "t
The federated women's clubs of Indiana at their biennial
meeting have gone on record
crime news. By resolution they
state publish no crime news
period of two weeks.
During this period of time note will be made of the
effect of the omission on the
Sentiment opposing1 publication of crime news arid scan
dal is evidently increasing. And the press will if this growth
of sentiment'eohtjnues f eel the necessity of choosing- between
its present attitude and the opposite extreme, f For ! organi
zations to take the lead in this matter of public welfare is
encouraging and will result in
, ' On the streets at midnight without parents or guard
ian. the j uvenile court, ; parents r in tears, remorse, dis
grace. Where were the parents while these children were
wandering the streets? Why allowed to be absent from the
home during these dark and
been negligence, indifference
The law says punish and
include the parents for their
, While others sigh for warmer, drier weather the straw
berry man smiles and gathers in his slow ripening and abun
dant crop ' :- '
-In beautiful flowers, trees
civic spirit of Salem is surely
Adele Garrison's New Phase of
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
Copyright by Newspaper Feature
: CHAPTER 533 ;
The Verdict Dr. Foxham Gave
j : " Irs. Durkee -
Dr. Foxham struck a bell, and
from an Inner room a white-uniformed
nurse appeared, and stood
quietly waiting for bis directions.
He gave her a low-toned order.
of which I heard hut the one word
"alcohol,"- and she went; back
again to the other room, to appear
again in a moment with; a small
wheeled table bearing a tray npon
which I saw a bottle of alcohol,
some absorbent cotton, a .glass of
some ; solution in ; which stood a
pair of, forceps and small,, oblong
deep pan, covered with a cloth. I
From a gauze - wrapping, . the
nurse took a pair of rubber glaves
and the physician put them on." I
already had removed; Mrs. Dur
kee's coat, and . pulled up her
sleeve i to Xhe shoulder land - the
nurse uncovering, the pan; picked
PUT IT IN THE
BILLY'S UKCLE - " " - . ' ' : . r ' .
anamoai awmaamw mmmm 1 ' , " """ " nasanuBasnna ssnnnnnsm
in the matter of publishing
urge the newspapers of their
nor divorce proceedings for a
sale of the papers concerned
good to the public and the press;
dangerous hours? There has
and social crime. Whose com
in this punishment why not
neglect of duty? . '
and shrubs the aesthetic and
expressive. " ' C
up a small lancet with the forceps
and turned to Mrs. Durkee with a
reassuring smile. . , . v
. "It won't take but a second, and
It won't hurt much. Just Imagine,
you've pricked your finger with a
needle. - , .
. "I told you I wasn't a baby,'
she said and Dr Foxham without
further speech, drew a tiny quan
tity of blood from her arm, de
posited a drop upon a glass slide,
and went swiftly into the inner
room, while the nurse sponged the
arm again and put a urop of
iodine upon it before following
"What do you suppose he wants
that for?" my .little friend asked
me wondering!?."' ; 'f"".Z
"I haven't the slightest idea," I
returned mendaciously.. although I
rhad a very definite notion of the
physician's purpose. ' "V.V'"
Madge Diverts Mrs. Durkee.
' "I ' wish he'd hurry up, she
said impatiently after a' few,! min
ute's' wait. . "That taxi-driver
could run away with those suit
cases as easy as not, while; we're
waiting In here. I'd . never'" for
give myself if Dicky's suits were
stolen after I ' made you pack
them." ": - . " ;
i "But I wrote his number down,"
I explained carefully, secretly glad
that she had hit upon some sub
ject to occupy her attention until
the physician's return. .'"And you.
know the company Is one of the
most -reliable In the city.. I don't
think there's a chance in the world
of, the man being dishonest.' He
( VOU DON X
ME TO PAV r"OR
I IT, DO "YOU?
asX -w '- -
had an honest face, " don't yon
thlnkf" j- .
I added the last query purpose
ly. Her flufflaess rose to the bait
-"It that isn't' exactly like you,
Madge Graham," she sputtered,
"Judging people by - their faces!
Why, I've heard Alt say that some
of the, worst' scoundrels in the
world had the frankest, most open
"I'm Not Afraid, Doctor." ;
"No doubt ne s right, I re
turned, "but you can't make me
believe that taxi-driver is going to
run oft with our things. : How
ever, if you're nervous about him,
III go out and see if he is still In
front of the house." r ;
f She clutched me by the sleeves
as I started to rise:
, "Don't you dare leave me here,
she whispered. '"I'll buy Dicky i
whole putfit if his suitcase is gone,
but you musn't leave me," " "
; "Alright.; We aim to please," I
retorted with a forced little laugh
which died in' my throat, as' Dr,
Foxham came back into the room.
I searched : his face furtively,
found nothing in his, grave in scut
able expression to reveal what dis
covery, if any, he had made in his
laboratory. Then-he smiled down
at Her Fluf finess. '. '';
"I'll only have to keep you a
few minutes longer," he said. "I
Just want to have a look at that
place under your arm where the
pain comes.' Can you undo your
gown easily?" , .
"I'll be her maid," I said
promptly, and in a few seconds Dr.
Foxham was making a most care
ful and exhaustive examination of
my little friend, although he con
sumed only the few - minutes the
had named.) But when he had fin
ished he looked from her face to
mine as if debating how to couch
his verdict. 5 . ; - .
I'm not afraid to hear It, doc
tor,"" little Mrs. Durkee shrilled.
la it?'-' . ;; :.(;
Her voice faltered on whatever
dreaded : word she had meant to
utter, and I put a protecting arm
around her, while Dr. Foxham
'We cannot call it anything
definite yet. except a growth of
some kind, but -"
My little friend dropped my
hand to which she had been cling
ing, drew herself erect and looked
up at the tail physician with a
composed face and brave, steady
eyes. ; ;
?But you advise an operation. Is
that what you mean?" :
(TO BE CONTINUED)
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Send or call for this book TODAY and
learn how these people, one and all, old
and young, were restored to health.
Learn how positive is m
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8 cents per wend
Obc aaatk, daily and
Saaday . 20 cents per word
la order to oara the more than on
time rate. adTertisement aaost raa in
connect! tire itsneo.
No ad takes for less thaa 25 tents.
Ads run Snnday only cnarrod t
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and "Situstioos Wasted") will
betaken over the telephone 11 the
advertiser it a subscriber to phone.
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tisements at; any time of the day or
nirht. To . iBiors proper elsisifiea
tions ads should bo in before 7 p. as.
TELEPHONE SS or ESS
Money to Loan
On Real Eats to
" T. K. FORD
(Orer Ladd A Bush Bank)
BEFORE YOtrnCAYE TOU
Ott CAR HAVE IT
Phono 161. Becks Jk
Hendricks. V. S.
The Lutheran Settle
will help both
HOMESEEKER AKO HOMESELLER
Oregon ' Incorporated
Real Estate A Insurance, Phone X013
Victor Schneider, see y. .
Booms 4-5-6, D'Arey Bids. a 8
4 WE WRECK 'EM
Parta for aU cars. ' Wo aell for lesa.
Oet our pricea on trailers. Baleaa Auto
wreckinc- Jo sua b. , caurcn street.
Phono 2159. IsStf
SCHEELER ACTO WRECKING CO will
buy your old car. Highest cash price
paid. 1085 N. Commercial St. 1)1 3tf
QOOD 8ERVICK FAIR PRICK. MED-
liK LJ-S:.MiOUi UAKAUE. lien
oral repairing, asseccories.tiros. Miller
and South Commercial. Phono "564.
SEE US FOR TOP- AND PAINT WORK.
O. J. Hall Auto Top Paint Shop.
Rear fire department. 5-al6tf
The Statesman cover county
news more thoroughly than, any
other paper in Marion county. Our
special correspondents do it. .
Salem residential property la
In one of the greatest booms ever
known in the district. Prosperity
is rapidly - becoming evidenced.
Boost for Salem.
T . SALEU UARKETS v )
Prices quoted sre wholesale and are
pricea received by farmers. So retail
prices ara fien: i .
GRAIH AJTO CAT
No. 1 soft hite wheat .
....11. 4 7
No. 1 soft red wheat
Oata . .i ,,r
Oat and vetch hay .
PORK. MUTTON AJTO BEEP
Hogs. 160-300 ewt. $12.00
Hog. ZOO-Z50 wt. - i.tl.75
Hogs, 250-300 ewt. , 11.50
Lirht sows . 10c
Dreeaed Teal , , .13c
Heavy hens"- - ,,, .
Light hona -
. . .....18226
Creamery bntter ..-..45gi)46c
Butterfat. deliTsred:. ...-.! 41e
Milk, per ewt. . ... $1.90
Eggs, standards 2S3ne
Pullets , 2c
YOU NEED NT
Wl PAY YOU
i. TO- MORROW
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P Pv : WANTED P P
P P SALESMAN WITH CAS P P
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P P Listings and bayern furmished. P P
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P P PARKEhV REALTY CO. P P
P P 409 D. S. Xat'l Bank Bldg. P P
P P Commercial at State. 15m20tf P
EXPERIENCED LADY WILL STAY
with children 'evenings or afternoons.
Phone 803-W. lill
STENOGRAPHER FIVE TEARS EX-
. perience, desires part time work. Box
G74 ears Statesman. ; il"
PRACTICAL NCRSINO A5D MATERN
ity work. Jhono 1756, I9I18
FOR GARDEN PLOWING,
digging and teans work.
HOnsF. AND APARTMENTS PHONE
9056J. t. .- . --. . .. 31nl5tf
FURNACE AND GARAGE IN SMALL
cottar. On -Daring; to lesis fcr
Lsrge 8-room close I for $35; 6-roora
$30; 5 room -flat down town $35; two-
; Tniim 11 21" Others.- Heck a A Hen
dricks. IT. S. Bk. Bldg. 21J4U
PRINTED CARDS. SI2E 14" BY 74"
wording "For Kent.'' price 10 cents
each. Statesman Business Office, on
ground floor. .... .
GARAGE? BUILDING FOR LEASE.
Csn give long term lease on excellent
building. .Fosesicn July First. Five
smaller storo rooms for laaae, $60 to
$125. Becks Hendricks., U. S. Bk.
Bldg. i - aijstf
FOR RENT Apartmemta 23
FOR RENT FURNISHED APART-
ments. Reasonable. 19o Aorth Sum
mer. Call after 4. j!2
CLEAN S ROOM DOWNSTAIRS APART-
ment, clos in adults. 446 Union street.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS 891 N. Com
mercial.. ' . saw
; ' 1 , 11
NURSES OR TEACHERS, ETC, Here's
modern largo -room flat " For rent
$35. Close to hll schools, hospitals,
library, state house, business. Furnace,
laundry, water heater, rangea, etc. Im
mediate possessions Becks Hendricks
U. S. Bk. Bldg. " ' ' 23)4tf
FOR RENT Rooms 4 25
FURNISHED ROOM WITH BATH FOR
g-entleman. Stnetly mooern homo
Four blocks front Capitol, Address So,
cars Ststesmsn. 25ml4tf
PRINTED CARDS. SIZE "14 BY 1W
wording. 'Rooms to Kent, price iu
cents each. . Statesman Business office,
FOR RENT Houses ' 27
FIVE ROOM MODERN HOUSE, 88 N.
17. ; . - . . . zilia
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED 7-
rootn house at 399 Mission street. Mrs.
John Msurer. 27jl3
FOR RENT DWELLING AT 1059 Ssg-
insw: $20 per month. Call at States
man business office, or Becks h Hen
dricks ' - 87s8tf
WANTED TO RENT 31
BY ' RESPONSIBLE PARTY HOUSE
in desirsble location. Write or phone
G. C. Gillespie, Stsndnrd Oil Co, Sslem.
COUPLE PROFESSIONALLY EM-
ployed wsnt home for themselves ana
two email children - before July 1st.
Requirements: - Two bedTooms and
atudy in' modern house centrally locat
ed where there are no other small
children; ' breskfsst snd dinner - for
selves; all "meals and part care for
children. Will pay liberally for satia
faction. Reply Bok -jIIS csre States
man, giving, soar ess, psone Bumper
snd spproxlmste1 terms. 81 jl 8
WANTED MARSHALL STRAWBKR-,
ries, paying 7c lb. Ward K. Richard
son... . ,5 i asjii
WANTED FIRST AND SECOND MORT
gages, i Party will buy if torn discount
is allowed. Home Realtv Co, 1 S.
' High. Open evenings, w :30. f 3Sjl9
WOODRY " THE AUCTIONEER BOYS
nsed furniture for eash. Phoao 511.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR ! USED
stoves, tools, furniture. Stiff Used
. Goods Pept, opposite court house.
CASH PAID FOR FALSE TEETH
dental geld, plntinnm and discarded
jewelry. ' Hoke Smelting and Refinery
Co Otsego. Michigan. 85j27tf
WANTED STRAWBERRIES, j CCR
rants. Royal Anno and Montmorency
cherries, Bartlett pears, blackcaps.
Ward K. Richardson. j 3.yjll
WANTED PRIVATE MONEY FOR
fsrm loans. We htve several applica
tions en hand. Hawkins a Roberts,
Ine 205 Oreron Bldg. Sdl4tf
RESTAURANT. rONFKCTIOXEKV Foun
tain and tobacco - eniabiire. Iirinc
rooina in rear.- Dotag ol ' business.
Reasons for aelling. - Easy - terms. J.
Bachant. 341 N. Com'l. ; ! 37jl2
LEATHER HANDBAG, FINE COXDI
tion; $61 Cost $16. -724 care Htate
man. , 3"jl3
HUGHES ELECTRIC RANGE, i LESS
than half price. Perfect condition. 6oti
', X. Com'l St. Phono 1705 J. ; 87J11
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPER8, TEN '
eenta a bundle. Circulation department
Oregon Statesman. S7tf
SELL US YOUR USED FURNITURE
H. L. Stiff Furniture Co. Used Goods
Dept. Op posits court honse. 87m22tf
USED LUMBER. -INQUIRE 14TH AND
Phone 1622-W. 37J14
ONE UPRIGHT BOILER, MUST D1S.
pose of same. "Cam you use it I Call
. Cobba Mitchell Co.. 349 So. 12th St.
' Phon 813. . r 37jll
FOR SALE RECLAIMED AUTO PARTS
for all cars. Save 50 to 80. Tops,
bodies, trailers. Mike's Auta Wreck
ins Hons. 245 Center. Phone 898.
RECEIPT BOOKS SIZE "3 BY f"
50 receipt forms in book, IS csntt per
book or two for 25 cents, States
man office, 215 South Commercial St.,
Salem. ' 'avf2.Mf -
FOR SALE Livestock 39
VETERINARIAN DR. PATTERSON
Phone 2028.W, Rt. 2. Box 29. i 39j2tt
GOOD FARM AND ORCHARD; HORS-
es. Guaranteed as represented. : Har
ness for sale. Milk cow. . Reasonable.
C. L. Reed. Fa irr rounds. , 3jll
FRED W. LANGE, VETERINARIAN
Office 420 S. Commercial. Phone 1198.
Res, phono 16d8. 89m23tf
WOOD FOR SALE
WOOD FOR SALE - !
Old growth fir 4 foot and 18 inch.
-Second growth 4 foot. Limb wood. Ash
4 foot. Phona 1307. 43J26
16-INCH OLD FIR SECOND GROWTH
oak and ash, Phoao 19F3. M. D. May
field. . 43flatf
BEST GRADE OF WOOD
4 ft. and lfl inch.
Dry mill wood. . j
: . Green mill 'wood. :
Dry aecond growth fir.
Dry and old fir.
Dry 4 ft. ash mspls and oak.,
Prompt delivery and reasonable price,
280 Sooth Chnreh. Phono 1542, 43m6tf
GOOD COAL DRY WOOD i
, PROMPT DELIVERIES I !
HILLMAN FUEL CO. .
PHONE 18SS 48!?tt
FOLTiTRY AND EGGS 45
EAT ORPINGTON CHICKENS.; CUM-
mingn. 94F13. J 4Sj 1 S
&ALk&l" L i.Li" A.Sii" TK A.N f rt T
Moving our specialty. Equipped fol
11 kinds of hsuling. Dry wood and
eoal always on hand at' best prices.
Dsy phones, 529, and 13. Night phon
Real Service, 752 Tradr Street,
IXST AND FOUND
LOST SHEPHERD DOG: PORTLAND
license. Answers ntme Laddie. O. V.
Roush, 330 Pine St., Portland, Ores.
- , 53jl3
FOUND ' ON MY PREMISES, ROBE
and cushion. Owner can have ssmo
by proving property and paying for
this advertisement, 775 N. Coltsse St.
vtji l "
Tiy Charles iilcllanua
au. TUFU veil CAN HAVE
OLD ICE OACK