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TIIB OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON -
..WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST. 12, 102;
! f , 1 i' lots of ii
II I II to the
MOYe TO! Erect Memorial lO
UOmiOOtier Said NOt 10
Have Hsr Approval
COCOANUT GROVE, Fla., Aug.
11. (By ! Associated;; Press,)
Mrs'. WfUIajni Jennings Bryan .has
never" f heard of' Miss Dionessa
. Bryan Evan? and has never lent
her approval to Miss- Evans an
nounced clans to establish a na
tional memorial to the commoner
at Clewston. Fla.. Jhe widow of
the fundamentalist leader told
the Associated" Press tonight.
,i iMlss Evans, v characterized' as
Mr. Bryan's "god-daughter "! was
quoted in New .York dispatches to-
day as aaylng,that the widow had
i approved the selection rf.th nit
on the seuthwest shore of Lake
Okeechobee for the monument to
the former secretary of stale.
Mrs.: Bryan la. her statement
said: Iji , , . . ; V
"The statemeat of Miss Diones-
sa Bryan Evans that 1 approve of
tne selection which she has made
ror a Bryan memorial appearing!
In this evening's Associated Press
report. , i am compiled td say
mat l ao not Know the young lady.
. never neara or ner, and nave never
lent jny f approval to anything
nuii.li sue nuu suggested.
"Tentative plans were made. In
"Washington j by prominent and
life-long friends of Mr.. Bryan
looking. toward a suitable memor
lal In Washington."; f
-Miss Evans was quoted today as
Ravine that the Bite for the mon-
nment-trad beenlonated 6r one bf
Mr. Bryaa's closest friends.-' She!
explained the choice by saying that I
Florida was; : the cdmmoner'sf
adopted state.- f j
i reel tnat it is tne mace the I
: memorial should .be.?. Miss Evans 1
said. "He was jiot .primarily" a
politician, and he believed4 there
a future for,Industriajs,work
?ia Florida. " t'
V - Miss Evan j Idea o'r the me
morial pictured, an heroic statne
of the ' fundamentalist chieftain,
,: holding a Bibje -while children
:'3Kre grouped around the pedes
tal. Several thousands of dollars
In; contributions do carryi out the!
.tujr uceu enen,
she. told Inquirers.
k.. Ul,1 ln.n i
A tourist in the mountains of
Tennessee once had dinner with a
querulous old -mountaineer ho
i.-.yarned about hard times , for flf
vjen minutes aVa stretch. !
"'iTiWhy. I man." saialhrtonrist, '
"you .ought to be able to make
nbney shipping green cbrn
northern "market." ' ' '
orter," was the sulfen
"You have the land, t suppose,
and ran get the seed
: '-'Yes, 1 guess so."
"Then why don't you go Into
"NO; use, stranger sadly re
plied the cracker, "the old wom
an; Is too lazy to, do. the plowin'
. One of our prominent' authors
and clergymen was attending a;
dinner recently when the conver
sation turned to charity, where
upon the distinguished guest re- i
! "Speaking of charity reminds
me of the millionaire who tvas dy-!
ing. He had lived a life of, "which, j
as he now looked back, on it, he!
felt none 'too proud. To the min-
later at his bedside he muttered i
weakly: : 1.
" 'If I leave a hundred thousand
dollars or so to the church, will
my Salvation he assured?' '
"Tne minister answered cau
tiously, 'I' wouldn't like th be posi
tive, but it's well worth trying.' !'
At a Christmas party the ,lius
bahd of 'one of the 'guests arrived
I ! "Yes, i
"I have come to take my wife'
home. he explained. "
"Oh, my dear Mr. Blank," said
the hostess, "why didn't you come
v sooner?" ' .
She wondered why .Mr. Blank
: frowned." . ' '
GERMAN klANNER FLIES
SEATTLE, Aug. 11. -The first
German flag to le flown here
ince it Was hanled down April 6.
1917. was displayed "today -from
a window in the offices of
German consulate in commemora
tion of 'ConstUntlon day la Ger
many. , '
TIYVA ARE RE PILLED
MADRID, Aug. 11. (tiy Asso
elated Press.) The Spanish
, French forces operating against
tne rebels la Morocco have effect
, ed a Junction, saya war office
communication - issued v late tQ-
; tiight. " The allied forces suffered'
V.; . oaly'a tew casualtlta ia' gaining
1 7 I
.Wrnnt 1 tl LA itrrxirt no sV Tit
V w aV "f .. -
military f&rces.i Tli?y Bare no
coiopia .10 ;arri!on ana ameua. :
i "la v acf Jhey f really a spend
$138,000,000 on their army alone'.
deduct the ; navy, amounts to
250.00o,000 in which are Includ-
ed all expenses concerning our I
colonial empire, the corps of oocu-l
pa iK) a , ana ie territories wnere
we have a mandate. You see how
comparatively' mall - a. margin
(there is between an 'entirely dis-
armed state" and,, a 'state armed to
the teeth' as newspaper editorials
.'"That margin, though not by
far as large as Is often supposed,
is, nevertheless, too large for our
state. will be very glad In
deed to reduc It to a minimum as
soon as the present state of uncer
tainty has given place to a better i
FIRE TAKES DEATH TOLL
FIVR ARE KILLFA. TWO DRIV-
EX INSANE BY FLAMES
VANCOUVER, B. C, Aug. 11-;
(By Associated Press.) It was
reported, here tonight that British
Columbia forust if ires had taken
five lives In the last 24 hours mak-
in 4he total! number of deaths
f rom names In the province this
Four men were reported killed
Ltoke 250 miles northwest of hero
and another lost his life on Van
couver Island.) : ?, i. .
The south side of Frazer valley
was smouldering cauldron today
J. Cox and .sScovery, returned
soldier settlers, driven frantic hf
Incessant toil for 36 hours against 1
lIlame8 whlchTburned- their home-
stead near wtprn,. Surrey, were
taken to a 'hospital, vi- i
They were found yelling "let's
have a big fife," and were pour-
ing gasoline over emDers or a:
burned . house. : Bota"v had . been
- . .! . . .. i n
BLACK BUST CUNUUERED
GROWER DECLARES WHEAT
Willi ;iUIST - DISEASE
I ABERDEEN, S. D., Aug. 11.
iLivLAa ''Lt wh.
tpr. nnnunipd Inriav hat he had
I " . '
discovered a brand of wheat which
he described; as iiaf ulnerable to
the attacks of black rust.;
McFadrdfen' discovery followed
15 years of.experimentation oo his
farm and the "success of his work
has been tested by United States
experiment stations: where -. his
claims were borne out
The new . blend of wfitat UsItRr out of 200. SOS ner cent:
composed of a mixture othard red4,Wall?qeIafIhftp51voalv 0.
spring wheat crossed with thf9K&ner centra George. SUelham
Emmer or SpleU stem. .This grain
has stood six years of thorough
tests, and has repulsed - every ef
fort to In flicf the rusL
FORMER OREGOXIAN DIES
CACOMA, Aug. ll.-Eugene
Dewitt Roberts, 47, president of
the Puget -Sound ilron and Steele
works and one of Tacoma's lead
Ing business tnen, died this morn
ing at his home at Gravelly Lake.
He had been ill lor some time
past. Ha was a native otvOregon
laBd m jrraduate of Whitman col
leje at Walla v'alla.
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The horrors of th deatli-hoas
a if doclared to, Jiavp made a luna
tic of Rasttell Kc.ott; lormor mil
lionaire roiuIeriihiMl (n (1iago to
hang for; miiwIf'K After a battle
PEOPLE AND EVENTS
1 LILLIE L. MADSE Rtteni Conepok4t
SILVEUTOK,, or. Aag.r 11. -
srt.. s . mi. . r 4 V
harvest of evergreen blackberries
began at Silverton this week. The
SilvertOn Food Products company
Is buying. the berries at 6; cents,
1 yx cents more than list; year.
Thte crop will be very small this
year as a great number of the
I v.'na VOn mtmi vnioH
I The'400-bird match of the Sil-
l Verton( Gun club, is awakening
I keen interest at Silverton.: The
ciab shoots every two weeks, and
records at present stand as fol-
lows: Dr. A. W.; Simmons had
per ceni: w. w. uooiey Drose
j merl80 Ont of 200, 90 per cent;
VJ.tA. Reynolds, 44 out of 50, 88
per cent? Leo fjehoquett; 148 out
of 1175,-80.4 per cent; S. Cooley,
133 out of 175, 76 per cent; G.
DJBowen, 148 out?of 200,. 74 per
cent; H. R. Irish, 109 out of 150.
72.6 per cent; E. Kotteck, 136 1
out of 200, 68 percent; F. Petty
john. 60 out of 100, 60 per cent.
Word has been; received , that
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Olsen and
their daughter, Miss Hannah Ol--sen,
and their sonjAlvin, .are be-!
lag much entertained : in the east
where they are spending the sum-.
mer. They went east to attend
the Norse centennial al Minne
apolis and the National Education
association at Indianapolis. A 1
number of picnics and parties
150 birds thrown, at him out of j yenon parK aionaay. -it is repori
which he broke IS 6, giving him I ed ' that he made too shallow" n
v- s , t i v
There he was waiting at the church; and
there she was racing away with another
husband! , .
SCOTT IS DECLARED
r, v.t I U. ii i
In court, Scott was doclared to be
insane and was . transfcrrid from
the dratli celt to an tnsane asjiojn'.
If It Is found tliat Im1 ha rprtivort!
his mind, lic will face the gallows,
have been given for them at 'their
former home in Iowa. The party
eipects to start their - homeward
journey this week. Miss Olsen
and her brother are both teachers
in Oregon schools. ' ; -
j Miss Inez Forgey' was the in
spiration of a pleasant little Bur
prise party Friday evening, "the
occasion being her birthday. , j
Edgar Irish, the little son 'of
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Irish, received.
a painful wound when diving from
the high spring board in the'Sif-
a r . . a. '
i Hiv unit etmir h honrl putt?
L( : ' v. T
I length. He was taken to therSn
verton hospital but was removed
to his home Tuesday morning,
and you'll never turn back when
you learn of the tense drama and ,
: ' with
: 1MK:''j ; I , .V- ANNA Q.
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OUR GANG IN
proMT-cut in js attorneys declare. In
fwrt xh'ows Jn(i josoph' II. David
who rotuinrted 1m mnity hearing,
The i)lita shows KcU (left) as lie
uM-ured at the trial.
CHARLIE IS J.NQISPOSED
0MEIIAX 1H Jlri.REiV,K.X.
IIAVSTE1 VIXOM. HOT TRIP
NEV YORK. Aug. 11. (By As
sociated Press.) Charles Chaplin,
moving picture comeGian, was con
fined to ned at a hotel today with
a "slight . cold and some exhaus
tion." Dr.' J. B. McKentie. wno is
attending him,' said that the actor
will remain In bed until Saturday
to get a complete rest, The doc
tor said the journey from the west
coast several-days ago in intense
heat had tired .the comedian but
luat there were no complications
and all -Chaplin, needed was a
little rest. : ' f '
SALMON PACK SMALLER
' KETCHIKAN, Alaska, Aug. 11.
(By Associated Press.) Figures
reported today' by' Ketchikan sal
W6n canneries showed that the
pack this year will be 85 per cent
of normal. !
Leads to the
v - lilt
BEN LYON i
' ; M ARJORIE
' Eveninj 55c-50;
soiss is he
Blazes in Montana !lnci Ida
ho Combatted Success-'!
; fully by Large Ciew II
MISSOULA. Mofit.. Aug. 11.
Forest fire crews fighting the
flames In the forests of western
Montana and northern Idaho re
ported considerable progress today
c the officials of the district of
fice here, though the heavy smoke
settling in heavy clouds of un
usual d-U8lty over the territory
and the unfavorable weather con
tilt ion worked serious hardships
upon the 'fighters - and lookouts
and made absolute authentic re
ports as to the menace impossible.
Flame - sweeping south, from
tho fires in he Canadian Roc Lie
crossed the International bound
ary today and endangered the Urn
ber -of. the Kaniksu and Pebd
O'Reillo forests, although no lin
mediate danger exists, according
to reports received from the Wr
ests tonight. "Crews were rushed
to the border to assist the Call
dian officials . in -checking .-d
spread of the flames southward.1
The largest fire that has burned
In the forest sine? 1919, the seven
teen m-lle fire In the Kootenai
forest north of LIbby, epread tan
additional 3.000 acres Monday and
was reported today as covering
18,000 acres. . The 200 men5 on
the fire .wade, .considerable pro
gress, but the. flames are; burning
uncontrolled la some sections and
additional men were Gent In today
by tiie j. Neils Lumber company
of Libby. The Cross Mountain fire
In the same 'district of 800 acres
Is trenched ori two sides, while the
fire at the mouth of the Yaak
river has been placed on a patrol
basis. - i
YANK ACES ARE FETED
AVIATORS WITH FRANCE ARE
RECEIVED AT IHNNKK !
RABAT. French Morocco. Aug.
11. (By Associated Press.) 4Tho
American aviators who. will serve
with the French against Abd-el-
mi is bulS Lni W j d U isU
In our Used Furnitu're Store and in order to
move somej of our stock we are makihg cpe
cial prices on many articles. If you are in
need of household goods of any kind it will
pay yoii to visit this store. Only a few of our
bargains are listed here.
Used ranges of all makes,
reconstruct ed1 and guaran
teed good bakers.
, $20 and up
Room site : rugs tapestry,
axminster and wilton velvet
nigs. . . .. .' i :
$5 and up
-1 j n
Easily rerinlshed ' to
like new. ' ',
of Justice Aide
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The D. S. attorney-general Is
aogmratb;g hU ttaff with a num
ber of special assistant, in the
hope of relieving the congestion
in feci era! courts." The latest to
be named' is Paul A. Chase of
Brattleboro, who resigned as tax
commissioner of Vermont '
Krlm were the guests of honor st
a. dinner tonitht j'lven by Marah-
iil Lyaulcy. eoumander In chief
of the French forces.
. -The airpIanM-of Col. Charles
Sweeney of Spokane Wash and
iAJe &e Still
Complete with 2 - bins, 2
drawers, bread and chopping
boards as low as
' Chairs - Rockers
A large stock of chairs aad
rockers of all kinds .
75c and up
Bed springs and fumigated
$1 and up
- t J m k d j LaLi J
Ili-h Ftrcet C:? : th? Ccurt
Major.GranvUle A. .Pollock of Kw
lttK..jari-ive-1'lnfre UA p-nrnlng
and . me a pnoi.-. were; rtcva dj
lda cctonel c6ti:niamJin tte avU-
im,s.jf tiun 't fh FreacU forces
biTe and the -rivfUaa -athoritis.
LlJ-uti-uaut-CoIuncl Ajisteu Park
er of Helena, Mont., who was re
put led to havo arrived ia Rabat,
filiniisted hjj supply of gasoline
nl had to land Tangier. Cqlon-
! Charlfs Kerwool f Khlladel
Phia has htenf6 cci! to teturn tu
Maiaga. Spain, because cf a dam
t?fd mlng. "
WOULD POSTPONE SESSION'
'OLYMPIA; Aug. 11. (By As--sociaJted
Press.) Stale Senator'
Reba Hum of Spokane said here
today that east side senators fa
vored calling a special session of
the legislature in -anuary Instead
of. in November as has been Indi
cated by Governor Hartley.' Sena
tor Hum verified a report that' the
senators had signed a petition fav
oring January which is to, be pre
sented to the governor.",
Yedi or A7o!
Woodry Cz, Woodry
T!e twa who have caused much
mia. They have jmw .p-urd
up for buKim in tl city of
Samhine and Rain. You have
no doubt, brunt all about ;
though wr have not adrrrtlsed
much. Rut leave, that to, wim
f the otlni-H who arc trying to
grf u?4 In Dutch. 'e have sold
niaay Ralin riiund' the country
and quite a 'few la arouml
town. Our -tuthte rfml for
good sat btf act ion which fn some
raAeft Lt nut found. Anywhere
you may roam this country you
will hour of Woodry Jfc Woodry.
who have come to .the , city of
Saletn, and do not Intend far' to
roam. For we have now taken
over a big store and are going
to make ttalem our home. You
no doubt hare heard of we ras
krls, ami have wondered jast
what we were like. 80 When
ever you eonve to the city, you
atop at 271- North OonnnerciaL
Youll get the AucUoneera,
Woodry & Woodry,
It's a step that you'll
never regret ' .
rhoneu 73 or 1843-W
Solid oak dining tables
finished and soli at
less -7 One-third
j v. vi
of original value'
Linoleum remnants; new
stock printed and Inlaid.
33 1-3 less .'
. than rcsTilar ... .
Solid oak buffets In" -good
condition at ' .
! ..5nelr objective. - . ..