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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1925)
- TUESDAY MORNTNG.r AUGUST 2.". 102-5
LTD GUILD -.
IS SEED a
Economizing' of Products. Is
Advocated lay PlanVRow
4 erv Fruit Guild
., - ,
Lift'iT EG'i'PT I
being made In an effort, to benefit
the boy.' ': ; : -
Mr. and Mrs. . McGilchr ist left
Salem about a week ago and ac
cording . to- word received- here,
ill . a r rive In Portland . about 7
o'clock this morning. Funeral ar
rangements will be comnleted up
on their arrival -back, hom and Splendors Of Early ' CMIiza-
urn ire iu vuaistj "" . Ch.i,I ii ha: an
,IIUII OIIUnM III lUU I vii
DISPL'.YED 0:J Flll.1
WAR. PRESIDENT- IS SEEfil
Congressman ' f Hamilton Fish,
Jr., In a letter to Mrs. John Wood
Stewart, President of the National
Plant. Flower, and.FruIt Guild, 70
FlfthT-Avenue, ."New ; York-City;
urge-,pople-to support the alms
of . the Guild.as a means, of carry-
Ingxoat .the.princlples of economy
advocated ' by- President Coolidge,
and pledges his "earnest coopera
tion- Id ta aplendid work..' -
,4ln reading oyer the aims and
achievements of the- National
Plant, .Flower and- Fruit; Guilds" i
writes Congressman Fish,. "I ant
.forcibly struck with the .thought
that ; here is a' simple means by
, which.' large numbers of Americans-may
cooperate with President
Coolidge ' In his effort: to' econo
mize every bit of our rast "National
wealth, so- that it may senrt some
'.A.' few ; dozen ; apple' t or vege
tables Jeft rotting on the ground,
grapes - spoiling" on. ' the ' vine, or
berries dropping from their
bushes :these . may not': mean
much: to the farmer, busy with
big crops; , or yet to the man who
raises : what he wants for his own
table and lets the rest go begging.
But the point of it is that this is
waste, and that there, are- thou
sandr oK people' often within fifty
' miles "for whom such waste .could
be turned Into nourishment.: Even
nowera- are wasted on , the eye
when the country; Is riotous with
bloom, Tut in the city a? handful
of tlos80mg Is rare and coveted
treat-r-an actual , lifesarer - some
times- to a ick child. In a hos
pital ward, or an old lady in a
barren tenement room, or ton sick
or wounded soldier in one of the
United , States Veterans Bureau
i hospitals. - , , -
The National Plant, Flower and
Fruit Guild Is a first, aid to con-
aerrauon. We can't all consoll
date jrovarnment departments, cut
" out extravagance, in high office
and sare millions of dollars to tax
payers, but; we ,can, all welcome
this practical method of. turning
: surplus that 'ordinarUy we would
I throw away," into a blessing and a
' ' benefit, for those In need"
DK.1T11 TAKES iHTLUAM Mc
; GILCHRIST III SVNDAT
WOODROW WLSON FILMS AT
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHCRCH .
. Salem citizens ; turned:out In
generoua . numbers ' Sunday night
to , welcome the ; Tisit. of thel,war
president.' Woodrow Wilson, " la
film form. ' The 'seating; capacity
of the First Christian churck was
overtaxed and many had to be Tt
fused admission. Announced : as
'six reeU of the real , Wilson."
the films were found to be a aer
ies of motion pictnres taken of
Mr. Wilson during hia. actual life,
from the time Of his first inaugu
ration down to his'death. .These
scenes included Mr. Wllson'a priv
ate life In 'the 1 White House, lxis
second inauguration,-the Incidents
leading; up to the declaration of
war. the actual declaration ; of
war, the drafting f ot soiaiers oy
the president,- the ; armistice the
famous trips:, abroad receptions
by the foreign peoples, negotia
tion ' of the peace . treaty, signing
of the treaty, return welcome at
" Renewe'd interest in the glories
of ancient Egypt resulting from
the discovery of the tomb of Tut-
Aakha-Amen are reflected in Ce
cil 8. DeMille's "The Ten Com
mandments' , Months before Cecil DeMille
started work on "The Ten-. Com
mandments" he had Egyptologists
do research ' work ' as.: to "the cos
tumes,: accessories, jind: building
of that Blbical era which the first
part of the picture portrays; They
delved Into ancient books and
went to; the ar corner. ot- the
earth in. order-to collect such in
formation as was necessary to
make the picture" authentic in
every detail. ' ' r '
With the benefit of. all this
knowledge; about' eight 'months
before the Exodus scenes were
taken, preparation work wm start
ed in, desert" locations which re
sembled those described, in, the
Bible. - Engineers built sphinxes,
pyramids, and a city whose walls
were 109 feet In height- In leas
than eight : months a city was
erected which had taken" the ah-
ed at Fort Kamehameha, on thel
island oftOahu, nine miles from
Honolulu, Hawaii. - This is at the
end of Pearl harbor.
-Sergeant " ' Osborne 1 Joined : his
present - branch of . the ; United
States army service at Seattle in
1925. , He wa at Fort Worden,
Wash.", - during j the World war,
then, was for some time-at Fort
Monroe, Virginia before being
assigned to . his present post. Mr.
and Mrs. Osborne will be; In and
around Salem for a 'couple, of
weeks. . Salem' has changed lot
since he was a boy here. , but he
was yesterday finding a few famil
iar faces and places,
I. '.B.; Davison, of Salem, Is
; Elected Vice President
: by; Carpenters ;
STAYTON SCHOOL READY
1925-20 TERM WILL BEGIN ON
T."" SEPTE3IBEII 14 .
' . -
Stayton . high school 'will 'open
for a full nine months term, for
the 192g-26 school jj-ear Septem
ber 14 according to O. V.-White,
principal. It Is a standard school
and offers . advantages : of . other
high schools in the state. Music
and debate, with an orchestra and
glee club, are featured while the
school', is etruipped with an up-to-date
Members "of the board of direc
tors are Grant Murphy, chairman;
H. A. Beauchamp, AJ D. Gardner
and Wy H. Hobson, clerk.
MASONS HOLD. BANQUET
Boston by Governor Coolidge. the
faUl trip to the Pacific coast, cH ceata as many centuries.
lapse, relinquishment roi -oiiice, c0mpletedt lt vaa USed for only
confinement to his Washington lg a . Ervnt lived aitaln for a
home, final uiness, last, puouc P I fortnight,.
4 "The Ten- Commandments is
MEETS " WITH
? sFrom the beginning to the end
the large audience alternately ap
plauded and wept as It lived, over
again . the , thrilling past with its
departed leader. The general
opinion prevailed. that,tbe Wilson
films were comparable only to a
visit from Woodrow Wilson" him
self. It was also: said , that they
hot only ? faithfully 'depleted the
stusendous rise of ..Mr. Wilson to
his prodigious power, with the na
tions of the world at his feet but
Just - as vividly: portrayed his de
scent i h t o practical ' oblivion,
showing him deserted even by his
own. neoole, and dying the . death
of; a martyr, to his ideals.
. The Woodrow Wilson film me
morial is the work of the Wood
row Wilson Memorial society and
is intended to be as lifelike a per
petuation of. the. war leader and
his principles as it Is possible to
produce;. The Wilson films have
never been exhibited commercially
inl theaters but they have' been
presented in more than two hun
dred churches and educational in
stitutions during the last eighteen
months aince Mr. Wilson's death.
coming, to the Grand Theater . to
day with an all-star cast. -
FINAL .CONCERT TONIGHT
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CHERRUN HAND WILL PLAY
IN WILLSON PARK
.WiUiam. MeGilchrlst Jr., died
at the-Mammoth Springs hospital
at Livingston, Mont., Sunday from
heart failure brought about by the
high altitude, according to word
received, here. -Included in" the
party which. had, etarted tour of
thel ..Yellowstone National.. Park
were Josephine. S, and a cousin of
bee, of - Calif (jrnla. The vtrip ;was
GIRLS ATTACK MATRON
"The final concert of the Cher
rian band In Wlllson park will be
offered tonight with a special pro
gram - of request numbers. The
programs, thoa year have- not been
Interrupted by- Inclement weather
and there are no postponed con
cert to be played. Provided that
the motor for the Waite memorial
fountain arrives In time, the foun
tain will he seen in action tonight.
The program for "onlghfs concert
Is: ; ' .
Barnum & Bailey's Favorite
March ............ .U .. King
Selection, "The , Prince of Pil-
Ben" ...... . . ... . . .Landers
Popular numbers. Including i"Old
Pal Why Don't You Answer
Me." and "Dreamy Melody."
TJncla Tom'a Cabin," (a dream
Picture of the Old South)
.. . I . . .. . ... ... .Lampe
Vocal solos, "Bells of St, Mary's,"
-"If You Knew Susie," and
"Yearnlrfg".... O. B. Gingrich
Orertnr'e. "Morning, Noon and
I OLYMPIA, Aus. 2 4 ( By As
sociated Press.) Session ot the
41st . annual .' convention of ' the
grand chapter of Royal Arch Ma
sons there today were devoted to
routine husfneW with a banquet
fer past high priests' at 5 p. m.,
hndhihe annual royal arch ban
quet, at 5-3ft p. m. The masters
degree, and; the. order of hieh
priesthood 'were conferred on can-
dldates at 'theAlasonic temple in
the , evening. Officers , will be
elected Tuesday, morning and in
stalled in the afternoon. -
The i royal and .select masters
will hold their 30th annual, as
sembly Wednesday whiles the
38th annual conclave ot the grand
commandery of Knights Templar
will be held Thursday and Fri
day. . . . . ! ,
; MARSHFIELD, Or., Aug. 24.
Annual, .convention of . the state
Federation" of labor opened here
today for. a four-day session. Del
egates were still arriving tonight
ana . tne , iuii representation ' was
expected here by. morning. .
. The ; convention was welcomed.
nere . by : Mayor Duncan ' Ferguson
and Senator Charles Hall, mhile
Governor . pierce gave a talk ot
some length, criticizing -: capital
" Vice President Taylor presided
at the sessions today. Otto Hart-
wig, president, - did- not take an
active. part, in the convention be
cause of ill, health.
Two sessions were held- during
Organization of the Oregon
siaie council ot carpenters was
finished last night when these of
fleers were elected: Bert S. Lee-
man, Portland, president; David
Buff, Portland, secretary-treasurer;
S. B. Davidson, Salem, vice
president: R. T. Whltty, Marsh-
field; J. D. Beeson, Medford and
S. BJ Davidson, executive commit
rne council decided to meet
annually with the Oregon State
Federation of -Labor. ''
government- which - desires the
Stlnnes plant for a public printing
office. It is said le be the in
tention of the government to con
tinue 'the newspaper 'as "a non-
CHAMPS BROTHER HELD
JOHN DEMPSEY ARRESTED BY
LUNACY' COMMISSION v
ANOTHER LANDMARK .
IS SOON TO. DISAPPEAR
LOS ANGELES. Aug. 24 -
John Dempsey, brother of William
Harrison (Jack) Dempsey, cham
pion pugilist, was arrested here
tonight on a warrant Issued by the
lunacy commission at the instance
of his wife, Edna Dempsey, charg
ing him with excessive use of
liquor and narcotics. He la being
held under observation in the
psychopathic ward, of the general
nospuai. Dempsey was arrested
last night " on a drunkenness
charge. . '
FIRST METHODIST - CHURCH
HERE TO BE REPLACED
Modern Building Ilanncil ' on
Sonth Liberty By Dr.
j I Steevee .
INDIAN IS SENTENCED
MEMBERS . OF TRIBE HELD
i GUILTY OF WITCH KILLING
The-former: site of the Salem
Laundry company on South Lib
erty has been purchased by Dr.
B.-L. Sleeves of Salem -who will
erect at once a modern one-story
building. It was announced yester
day. ; The property la one ot the
oldest landmarks In Salem,, the
old building having once been the
Methodist church here and .one of
the oldest I buildings in the city.
was sold to Dr..
Steevea tor a
The church organization moved
to the site' now occupied by the
denomination at the corner of
Church and State In 1S7S which
was the year. that construction wag
started on the new building which
Is being used today.
The old church : building was
erected In 1S50 at a cost of $8000
which at that time represented a
large expenditure. . Inspection ot
some of the beams show that they
were carved with a broad axe from
trees by hand, and it is known
that the minister and congrega
tion shared "In much ofiihe work
ot erecting the churcfhT ' -
The property was purchased by
Dr. Stecves from the Frederick J.
Hurst estate through the Graben
horst real estate firm.
j' Science for Service
LONG DROUGHT BROKEN
RECORD NEARLY BROKEN BY
LACK OF PRECIPITATION
Night In Vienna" . Suppe
Intermezzo, "In a Moonlit Gar- '
fien" ...... 1 . . . ... ... King
': SEATTLE, Ang 24. - Alleged
to have" attacked a matron In
charge of the city quarantine sta
tion In an effoTt to escape July
24 six girls are to be tried here I Selection, "Babes in Toyland
sault charge. 1 , I "Murat Temple March
.-. The girls cut the telephone J Star Spangled Banner."
wires and then were 'frightened r ? - - 1 " '
by the matron's screams aad gavel MRS. McBRlDE IS - DEAD
wn Ithm attemnted break 1 ."
. , . Jewell
Circus Clowns Crown
Own Queeri of the May
WTFE OF CHD3F JUSTICE DD3S
AT ST. HELEN'S
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ST. HELENS. Or- Aug. 2 4.
Mary E. McBridewlfe of Thomas
A. 'MeBride, chief 'justice of .the
Oregon supreme court, died In the
hospital here at 6:30 o'clock Sun
day morning. She ' had been , ill
for several month with a malady
which two operations failed to re
lieve. Mr. MeBride was at the
bedside. . ; " '
Mrs. MeBride waa the daughter
of George and Anna Merrill, and
was born Auguit'10. 18S4. in Co
lumbia county.' Oregon. ;:-She was
married to ' Justice, MeBride . In
1835 and was.", the mother of
George MeBride of Portland' and
Mrs. May MeBride Newton, who
lived with her, parents at Deer Is
land,. i- A
" Funeral - rervices ' Vill be held
here at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday af
Seven-tentha of an j Inch of rain
fell in Salem Saturday breaking a
drought of 72 days. ; The official
prediction for today Is unsettled
and cooler. :
The last previous rainfall In the
city was recorded by the observer
here on June 11 when .02 of an
inch of moisture fell. "Traces'
were reported on June 13, June
21 and August 13 but the tall was
not sufficient to register and they
are counted as rainless days. The
mist that fell on August 12 was
not recorded by the local observer.
Rain that came almost directly
from i the north was the unusual
feature of yesterday's dizzle. Or
dinarily the rain in this district
comes from the south, bnt for
several hours the fall came almost
front due ndrth. The Wind shifted
later in the day and blew a light
drizzle during the afternoon from
i ne recora ror tais . summer
lacks three days of breaking the
record for this district. The record
was. in 1914 when there waa
period of 74 days without rain
GERMAN PAPER, IS, SOLD
THREE MLLLION M.tRKH PAID
FOR STLNNES- ORGAN
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C. Aug.
24. Big Alex Liard. Indian, con
victed of manslaughter in connec
tion with the death of Moccasion,
ah Indian youth believed to have
possessed witchcraft powers over
the tribe, today was sentenced to
five years . Imprisonment. Edie
Loot. Indian woman, who also was
vuu.tvkcu Qiansiaugnier, was
given a suspended sentence.
At - -
.tn.csin was tied hand nri
foot and left to-.freeie on Ice after
ipe irioe m a council decided he
Lad supernatural powers.
A mountain of salt in aw,-4,
800 feet high annd a mile wide at
cop - is to be mined for com
mercial use. V- -
.'BERLIN, Aug. 24. (By Asso-
iated Press.) The Algemeine
Zeltung which was controlled by
the late Hugo Stlnnes, .has been
sold' by the banking syndicate
which is liquidating the affairs ot
the Stlnnes family, to Walter Sa
linger, a well known operator In
print paper and Dr. August Web
er who has political affiliations,
for 3,000,000 marks. - The names
ot the buyers and the price were
announced by the bankers.
, The general, belief i that" Dr.
Weber and Herr Salinger were
acting In behalf ot the Prussian
Through the Experiment Station, the Extension Service,
' and Resident Destruction
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Oregon Agricultural College
Serves the Farms, the Homes, and Industries of Oregon."
' It offers a college education in l
Agriculture, Commerce, En c Inuring. Forestry, Home Eccw
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The School of BASIC ARTS AND SCIENCES pro
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training includes Physical Education, Industrial
Journalism, Social Sciences and Music.
Fall Term Begins September 21, 1925
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j Corvallis, Oregon
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IS HOME ON. VACATION
8ALKM BOY WAS WTTIF- DEW
EY. IN BATTLE; OF MANILA
Guy t R.' Osborne andl wife are
visitinr with his mother. Mrs. W.
H. Osborne at SoS'.'tTnlon.' street.
He a- Salem 'boy, a ad he- was
with Dewey In, the-battle ot Ma
nila in the Spanish-American war.
lie was a landsman then, on the
! USS Concord. . ; ' .:' :
lie Is now sr staff sergeant, of
the coast artillery and ie station-
AS CSD MOTHEflEARTrr-
A' May,-Day Coronation behind the scenes, of EingHn'gBros.
. - --V; and Barnum & Bailey Circus . -
i Queens ot the'Mayare not con
r fined solely to those communities
; whose populations ahe stationary
i Once each year the portable town
; that has tents for, houses and pen-
nants that bear the name-Rlngling
., Brothers, and Bamum & . Uailey
I Combined.' elccts its srardar ov
erelsa who rulcsr snprcr.8 for a-
day. . '' -, ; -'. ' .V.. $ -'
It Is upon thfs occa'?n that the
' cow all but forgotten Tuff club,
ptrted years - aja J?j Teteras
clowns, functions for a few brief
hours. For. it always falls .to the
lot ot thls organization to conduct
the election. ' And following ' the
balloting a committee of clowns
dressed ia matleyr wait upon Her
Majesty. ; Once, finding the chosen
one, they conduct her to her throne
oa an "elephant sadi!f." there to
crown her queen not with a Jew
eled circlet or a -of flow
ers, but with a eugar-loaf cap such
as are worn b clowpsr "
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