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THEOBEGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 7, 1925
Several Samples Submitted
by Many Growers Within
A 'number of farmers in the
district surrounding Salem have
been sent sugar beet seed free by
the Utah-Idaho Sugar company tf
Bellingham, AVash., for the pur
pose of testing the beeU that
'might be grown In the Willamette
. valley. ' .
' $f' The firmers are now bringing
J? their samples to the ChamDer
vY? of Commerce, and as soon as all
the samples are In the Chamber
will express them to the Belling
- ha,m company to be tested for
v their sugar content.
If the test is found to be satis
factory, an effort "will be . made
t next year to plant about 600 more
acres in ugar beets around Salem
., for a more'stringenl test. If It is
r" then shown that the beets will be
satisfactory, andlthat the farmers
' can make' -' money- on - them, the
. company isrplanniag to look close
ly into, the matter with the pur
' . pose In - view of establishing a
sugar beet mill or large scope
near Salem. - j
i ready, turned fn their -; samples,
j whichdpvslst of a small beet, a
J . medium,. 'ato&d beet; 'and a large
' beet: G,$i Ruse,' route 1, Ger-
vaia i; A;, thermacher route 6,
Salern ttttttKHallberg, Independ
enc:Rbyce Allen, route ffSalera;
Harold Elfstrbm route , Salem.
UCC'that the beets'can be expressed to
f i'i A4he ' Bellingham company before
V iey are ' dried jout,' mi that the
4-?L .'tests wilt be moif; accurate. Con-
executed as'sodn as the following
OREGON HAS CLEVER ACT;
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Aa an added attraction for today and Thursdayjhe Oregon theater
has booked Shirley and Marion who' will ,be heard in olo and har
mony song numbers. Little Miss Shirley, is th featured member of
the act and from all advance reports she is one of the most clever
children on the stage today. She is barely ten years of age yet she
has a remarkable voice and a wonderful personality. Advance reports
are to the errect that the act is among the best to ever play the city.
AS, a matter of fact the act is one ihat has played the greatest circuits
of America' and is now on its way to the coast from a vacation spent
in the Yellowstone park. -
turn ' in ; their samples: F. A.
Doerfler, Macteay; C. F. Bates,
Salem; C. W. Jensen, route 6, Sa
lem; R. E. Jones, route 9, Salem;
R. O. Witzel, Aroute 3, .Turner;
Sam Iungen, route 1, Jefferson;
A. W. Powell, route -6, Salem; .
J. Stupf el, route 9, Saiejn; M. j,
Bllven, route 8, Salem, and J. J.
Doerfler, route 3, Silverton.
i V : Not a Mjlion PiHure
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Thin i the one iplar
of Ihn ;ur that i
doing - capaeitr bni
a e " evrywhfre.
liny erty nd tke
dTantc of first
ptck of Mats.
Wednesday, Oct. 14
Curtain at 8:30 P. M. ,.,
ACTRESS GETS WISHES
PATSY RUTH IS CAST TO PLAY
ROLE OP VAMPIRE.
cord in New York by running for
three years at the Gaiety theater,
and in Chicago it was the same
story. The Boston engagement
was one succession of; crowded
houses, and this city is promised
the Identical 'cast : that! appeared
in San Francisco, playing to ca
pacity business a cast, incident
ally, which has been identified
with "Lightnin " ever since it
j wa"s produced in New York more
than rive years ago.
IN MURRAY CASE
(("ntlaiied from "page 4.) " 1
the guard linrs and ; made their
escape over the prison: wai:-,?.
Oeorge Farrell declared, nowevet;
that the faet that hte brother had
been kilted by an escaping eonrfetHn the courtroom, but their con-
and moved infrequently. ' Most of
the time hU eyes were downcast
but frequently he stared straight
ahead Info the jury box. Several
timeajhe' finUled when conferring
withhls attorneys but dM not dis
play the usual "bonhomie he ex
ercises when appearing in ' public.
Murray V. parents occupied seats
HISTORICAL ROSES HERE
Prices -One Performance :
T' First Guaranteed
Attraction of ;
New Fall Season . ":
Her part in "Fools in the Dark"
has brought the hopes of Patsy
Ruth. Miller to fulfillment. 1
Patsy Ruth for long has craved
the 'opportunity to play - a vam
pire role. All of her recent parts.
both big and little, have required
her to 'wear her. hair one way, to
interpret iWDdiesonie and nappy
oung gjrlh6oacsOT -else, as jni
"Hunchback, of Notre Dame," a
youth untamed, struggling for her
ray of sunshine in the rushing and
snrging era of ancient France.
Patsy Ruth wanted to be a vam
pire Jnst once, to prove that she
could do it. "Foola in the Dark.
the .Al San tell production coming
to the HeiHgTibeatfe on Thursday
nly. rbugnf Mer1 the-lbbg sought
opportunity.- - . '
In one of the sequences Miss
Miller changes ; her personality
from a winsome young girl to a
sleek and sinister - Vampire. This,
of course, is done to fool the hero,
played by Matt Moore.
In glistening black outlining the
contour of her fine young figure,
with her hair slicked back in ap
proved vampire fashion, Patsy
Ruth was triumph and it Is pre
dieted now that she will be seen in
many more such roles in the fu
ture. . t
WILL BK PLANTED ON STATE
Rose clippings from the original
bushes brought by wagon train to
Oregon by Captain Applegate in
1846, obtained by Donnegan Wig
gins from Mrs. Alice Applegate
Sargent, daughter of the famons
pioneer, have been accepted by
Sam A. Kozer, secretary of state,
as custodian of the state house
grounds, and will be planted in a
separate plot on the grounds. Mrs
Sargant lives on the old Apple-
gate property in; Jacksonville.
A record of the overland trip.
kept by Captain Applegate, was
used by, (Emerson Hough as-the
basis of his story. "The Covered
Civilization Is Killing
Eskimos Off, Medic Says
FAMOUS COMEDY COMING
FRANK i- BACON PRODUCTION
WILL PLAV-AT HKILICi
An event of .unusual promise is
the. Coming engagement of th-record-breaking
eomedf hit "Light
nin " at the Heilig on Wednesday
October 14. No comedy that" has
ever been produced in America
ha's achieved the Buccess ;of this
famous classievOf tears and laugh
ter. y It broke every dramatic re-
EDMONTON. Alta. Dr. D. E
Scott, who recently returned here
after one year at Aklavik, In the
delta of the Mackenzie river, pre
dicted that not many years would
elapse before the Eskimo would be
exterminated by disease through
adopting white , men's ways of
Eskimos and Indian of the Delta
are suffering from intestinal para
sitlc attacks, due to eating raw
fish, rabbits and other meats, said
the doctor, but these are not so
serious a problem as cancer and
appendicitis, which are becoming
Since the Eskimos have been
living in cabins and shack3 instead
of snow houses, as in the ! olden
days, tuberculosis ' has ravaged
them. Ninety per cent of the
Delta people had symptoms of
tuberculosis, he declared. .
would have-"no effect onr him in
giving Tom Murray a just' and fair
trial on .the merits of (the! caseL" '
Some intimation or the line' on
which the defense will proceed jwas
;1veu yesterday in the, examination
of prospective jurors. It "would
seem from the interrogation that
Will R. King and Miller" Hayden.
his asGOciale, will attefnpt, to aaow
that extenuating circumstancea en
tered into the case, i Throughout
the two days spent in, obtaining a
Jury, the defense questioned With"
reference to the willingness of the
jurors to consider th case on its
own merits and as to whether or
not, ft conditions Warranted, they
would vote for a recommendation
of life, imprisonment j or la.' charge
of manslaughter, j equivalent to
murder In the, second degreei'
From this line of questioning it
is believed that tie defense' will
plead extenuating; circumstances
and. attempt to secure a recom
mendation at the hands of the
jury. " j
According to King, conditions
prevalent in the "bull pen" and
the "dungeon; at he sta-te prison
are such as to instill revolt in the
prisoners nd force them into such
a state of mind that they would
rather face death, in an attempted
eecape. than. -to uffer the "cruel
and ji n usual ( puhishment" that
King declares Islmeted out to them
at the penitentiary; "Prisoners in
the JTtriill pen, receive but one meal
a day;" King : said. "They are
punished to a degree that makes
death in an attempted escape pref
erable to the living death within
the prison walls."
This morning the jury will be
taken on a tour of the prison, and
will inspect the cells from which
Murray, Willos, Kelley i and Ore
gon Jones escaped;, as well aa the
administration building- from
which they dropped to the ground
after traversing jthe roof. The
arsenal, from which gun6 and
ammunition were obtained, and
from which two guards were killed
will also be inspected. .After this
investigation the party will return
to the court rooml where opening
statements will he made by the
state and the defense: At this
time the trial will start in earnest
In the questioning of Jurors,
District Attorney John Carson
continually reminded them of the
seriousness of the case and point
ed ont the responsibility they must
bear in determining whether 'or
npt Murray shall be sentenced to
death, sentenced to life imprison
ment or a prison term,1 or acqnit-
ttd. Each one was questioned" as
to whether he could in conscience.
render a verdict of death. No one
of the i2 selected was excused on
Murray conductc-d himself an
court in much the same manner as
before, and did inot display ner
vousnecs. He sat slouched down
in his chair with1 hte legs crossed
duct, was such as not to -attract the
attention of spectators. His sia
ter was ala present. .
Last night C. D. Pilling, of Cen-
tralia. one ot the
tnred Murray, and C. K. Newman,
of New Era, whom the three
escaped convicts forced to act as
bwtr' arrived ' in Salem and will
testify. at the trial.
Two men were discussing horse
racing and remarking upon the
silly names many horses were
, "If I had a race hor-se I know
what I should call hfm," said one.
"But that's absurd, isn't it?"
"Is it? Well, tell me anything
tiat goes quicker?"
.-Anyone who has ever traveled
on; the New York subway in rush
iwurs can easily appreciate the
A little man, wedged into the
middle of a car, suddenly thought
of pickpockets, and quite as sud
denly remembered, that he jhad
f-ome money in his overcoat. ' lie
plunged his hands into his pocket
and was somewhat shocked upon
encountering the fist of a fat fel
"Aha!" snarled the latter,
caught you that time!"
"Leggo!" snarled the little man.
"Leggo my hand!"
"Pickpocket!" Jnlssd the fat
man.- ;... . j ; N
"Scoundrel !A retorfed the little
Just then a tall rnan in their
vicinity glanced upl from als
"I'd like to get off here." he
drawled, "if yoa fellows don't
mind taking your hands out of my
A man who had averted a great
peril by an act 'of iieroism was
much' complimented for his
One woman said:i "I wih I
could have seen ivour feat."
Whereupon lie blushed and
stammered, and ; finally, pointing
"Well. there tley be. mum."
Mushrooms on Toast One-halt
pound mushrooms, one tablespoon
butter, one and one-fourth table
- - , .
spooo putter, one and one-fourth
tablespoon fuls flour, one and one
half ctips' top milk; "one-half tea
spoon salt. Peel 'mushrooms," use
stems and topa. Cook In: water
just to cover bottom of sauce pan'
ten juinutes; add one-half cup of
milk and one-halt teaspoon salt,
and "let, simmer while yoji-make-white
sauce of one tablespoon but-;
ter, 'one and one-fourth table
spoons flour, one cup milk. Add
I I 9 " II."- f
cooked mushrooms to whit aauce
and serve ba eritp-toisti I t1
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"Med ford September building
totals nearly $250,t)u0.
What Is It?
S- ad on png three . .
Geo. C. Will
3 SHOWS 2-7-9
Winifred & LuciUe
Leland &!St. Claire
"The Nut ank the Reason'
Casson Bros. Marie
Kingston! & Ebnor
"This apd That"
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, By George Bernard Shaw
The Moroni Olson Players offer this clever comedy as
their first of a series of plays. for the 1925-26 feason.
Pygmalion is Shaw's funniest comedy someone has
suggested a renaming,. "From Vermin to -Ermine." - A snlv.
eling flower girl is taught to "speak properly" and miracu--lously
transformed into a duchess as the result of a bet.
Wednesday, October 7- .'.
Reserved Seats Now at Box Office
Popular Prices of $1.50, $1, 50c
On Account of ItcnovatiiSi of; the
OREJOX THEATRE i
THERE WILL BE NO MATINEE
1HXRH OPEN AT 0:43 P. I M.
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WILL BE SHOWN HERE FOR THE FIRST TIME OCTOBER 15
The greatest invention by the greatest company in the world
; , r . v . . will be on display !
OCTOBER 15 AT THE GEO C. WILlMUSIC STORE
The orthophonic is an invention of the Victor Talking Machine Co;, and it
vm i cvuiuuuuiic uic musit; uiuusuy,: f-w uiua uiiuiul ucsuiuc uus new in
vention, you must see it for yourself. We will say, this, that it is the most
maryjIous invention of the age. If we were to tell you all this new invention
will do you would not believe it. We will only, have one foV display pur
poses none are available for the trade how.
Geo. C Will sold the first Victrola that was sold in Salem, and no doubt
will sell the first Orthophonies when they are available for the trade, f This
invention will be on display only -it is not for sale.
You are cordially invited to the first showing of this wonderful inventionT
October 15 . 432 Statb Street
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