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.The:: Statesman will publish and
awaril a prize each week for jthe
ubest .essay, subniitted by a grade
school' pupil1 on the industries
scheduled on this pageV - ' 1 - I . t , 4
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Points , Way OA ofJFInncietl
; v Dilemma Faced by I rri-;
I Vi n r gation Projects t i
. r Retandlng'lt outstanding, bondp
' r6t Oregon.- 'trrlgattop-1 districts
'Itirotigh Ptne' Issuance of staty
Jfwndi as a eolation to tn present
financial dilemma now j faced : pj
irrigation 'projects In ; thlsfesUt.
was suggested by State Treiaurier
' Kay, a member of the state lrri-
' gat lob Jsecari ties commission at a
cbnferenc'e here Wednesday. j
I Kay'al suKgestldn Ta$ he er
J plained it,' does not contemplate
. the refunding of the bond issues
t-Ot Jill . Irrigation districts bnt onljy
those : of such projects as are in
such financial difflcnltles as to
find U impossible, to iwork out
their own Miration. r - j i
Neither would "he tafce op thie
irrigation' bonds at their par ral-
tie but. at a much reduced figtjre
- based- upon the .actual value of
' the , project " to , be " determined
through an economic surrey.
"' Under" his- .-suggestion.-. Kay
'pointed out, both the settlers and
the bond holdeva would take the
I losses, which.; ; hare 'accrued
, through'; high financing, methods
and mismanagement of the proj
ects and the land in: the' projects
' would be sold to bonafide settlers
aMts real ralue,; interest, tax and
. water- Hens would be materially
, reduced and the settlement of ir-
"Jt is 'about; time to
spray fqr Brown Rot arid
U Cherry Beetles. -We; have"
ill: kinds of spray,! Bordo
. prepared . spray, Arsen
taieofIjead,' , Sulphur
Lime spray, Aphis spray;
Bluestone, Lime, etc;
vROSE SPRAY ?
hWe have; the.-; Bprays
'DOthifor the Aphis and
the worms' that are on
the roses ' and ' shrubs
plants etc. ,
All sizes - of ; sprayers
for the dif ferent : pur
poses. Ai?"-V, f f -4 V
Always glad to look ud
,.tand v. adyiee yoUi ..what
spray to use and when to I
apply. s CaHon usj-
- ' !
D.v A. WHITE 7
Phone 160-155 State Stli
. Blaii Ms
tarry t3 Clock,
transaction. We nay hare Just" the farra yon are
caTlrj ca ccn?sre4 to nadc to crtlcr ferns. . : ( - j t
f ' I I -
; nent of tlortasre, Mortgage formr Quit Clalra Deeda, ' Abstracts form,
,.Cia.f Sale, . Cailding Contract, Promissory Notes; Installment Notes,'
; General Lease. Power of. Attorney, 4 . Prnne Boqka nd ' Pads, Scale ' Re
' ceipts, Etc lliese forms are carefully prepared fcr the courts and" pri fata
cse. Price on forms ranges froxa 4 cents to 16 cnts apiece, and on note
boc!a froza 25 to 0 certs, ' ; ' )
The Statesman Publisliing. Go;
i .. . LEGAL BLANK nEADQOAnTnia 1. ; -
rigated lands would present at
tractions to farmers which are
entirely .. lacking, j under present
conditions: ; r
, At the same time,. Kay contends
the interests of the state, already
a considerable item in many of
the projects through the' payment
of Interest on bonds under the
plan of state guarantee of Interest
payments, would be protected
while -at the same time Irrigation
In Oregon w,ould . be giren eyery
opportunity to come back into its
own. . ' ' ; w ;. 7t-V.'
Wednesday's : conference was
called In order that J: It. Mason
of the J. R. Mason company San
Francisco bond brokers might dis
cuss tb prospects of the Summer
Lake project, the! bonds of 'which
they floated. No action wa tak
en by the securities commission
on "the Summer Lake project ex
cept to agree on a rlsltatlon of the
project early In May. ; -"
Mason ; referred . to Irrigation
district bonds Issued by Oregon
projects as "children of the
state" because of their certifica
tion by the state and declared that
the state was morally, If not legally,-bound
to stand back of these
' All -members of the securities
commission present at the confer
ence Wednesdayj disagreed : with
Mason as to ..the state's responsi
bility for the' bond payments al
though all were ready. t give con
sideration to any-plan that might
be adranced looking to the pro
tection not; Investors in irrigation
district bonds, many of whom in
rested under the impression : that
the bonds were state securities.
GENERAL GOMEZ SEEN ASM
PRESIDENT OF MEXICO
" Ittmtiaae frma psgs
of Mexico " in "': the De la Huerta
rerolation arid' ;was awarded ' a
medal of (bravery -for capture and
execution, -of a; band.fof! train
wreckers and Ibondita in southern
Mexico. : .;Jr 'ii ;Hf-;;r.
Incidentally, construction of a
new 75-miIIImeter 'field t gun
christened ."Arnulfo GomexT has
just been completed at the nation
al -arsenal In JMexic;ityJ Al
thon gh , the .gun was man u factur
ed in a government department.' it
is not strictly speaking a nallona
product. , General Gomez, was the
. "Poslam stops Itching and burn
v "It heals raw. Inflamed skin."
"It clears away pimples." ,j ,
"Poslam la powerful, yet safe.
. "It works quickly and surely.
, "A little goes a long way.' - -l
. "Poslami costs but '60c." at all
druggists. f1- :-".:v':-iJi:'
to Retain Yeur Youthful Beauty
'We recommend the daily use ef
Which eonUtn 7 if Poalatf
orer 115 lm) ; hbtnkst - sTifteJ
PKCfTED AND F02 SALE BY
At Cszlncss Office, Grovn d XTJr
THE DAILY STATESMAN dedicates
lrv ?Kbm vb6oG
leading spirit in designing the
piece and personally paid for all
the preliminary expenses. This Is
said to be the first piece of field
artillery designed exclusively by
Mexican officers ' and . turned out
entirely in the government artil
lery ;workshop. ; ,
; The . great advantage claimed
for the new gun is its extrcrao
lightness, for It is stated thatit
. will. beT possible to transport i it
even by airplane- a valuable asset
tri artillery, work In Mexico, owing
to tthe hilly nature of. practically
the whole republic nd It is fur
ther claimed that for trench war,
fare .the , gun will be invaluable,
as It is capable of discharging 20
shots per minute. The gun needs
no emplacement and by special in
vention of its designers it can be
made to fire, in any direction with
out change of stability fittings; x .
- As tlre-artiHery shops, depend
dencles of -the Mexican ministry of
war.- are devoid of bp to date ma
chinery, the new gun has be-n
turned out almost entirely by
hand labor, all parts having been
made by Mexican employes in the
artillery shops themselves, but iU
preclsloh is claimed to be almost
perfect. . '
Remedies to Combat Crime
in 1835 Are Familiar Now
MOULTRIE, Ga. Back in
1835, when Andrew Jackson' was
president, there were those who
"viewed with alarm" the Increase
of, crime throughout the country
and roundly criticised newspapers
for .printing sordid details " of
scandalous.. happenings. ' j
A copy of the Western Caro
linian, published that year and
owned by R. W. Stewart, of. Moul
trie, discloses remedies 'for the
"had situation" , which are strik
ingly similar to those proposed
today. " '., i
Among other things politicians
of that day were solemnly warned
against !centralilng too much
government authority In ;the city
of Washington." One communi
cation on the editorial page of the
Western Carolinian said: "I be
lieve the Toters of this sovereign
state will show Jackson and Van
Buren . that we dont need their
advice as to whom we elect to of
POLICE NET TIGHTENED
EVIDENCE 19 WOVEX AROUND
. , NEW YORK SUSPECT; l
" NEW. "YORK, March 24, (By
Associated Press). Police assert
ed 1 today that the chain of evi
dence i was wound more tightly
around -Richard , Reese, Whitte
moref alleged murderer. ah4 lead
er -of a gang of nine' persons
which perpetrated robberies 'yield
ing loot, aggregating one million
dollars. , "!'- '
i Already .wanted in Baltimore
for murder in connection with his
escape : from prison. Whittemore
war identified as a member; of- a
gang which, killed guards: and
stole ' $93,000 from an armored
car 'In Buffalo last October. .
- Miss- Eleanor Mitchell. 'an Eng
lish girl,' recently won the Euro
pean speed typewriting champion
ship,: with 812 touches, or 129
words a minute. ' v
In maxt " hmdntmrn
looking for at a bl
SIXTH 'CONSECUTIVE .' . YEAR-
This is your
I THIS WEEK'S SLOGAN
DID YOU KNOW That Salem is the center of an increas
ingly Important head lettuce industry; that we produce
here a head lettuce of superior quality as to size and
flavor, and are able to get it into the market at a time
when there is a demand for the product; that experi
ments are being made constantly with a view to putting
out a still higher quality .of head lettuce, with more
uniformly tight heads, and that with that consumma
tion the industry here will take first place in the whole
; country and will be due for enormous expansion on lines
yielding big profits for the growers and bringing, an
,jnually large sums of money from long distances, adding
materially to the prosperity and upbuilding of country
and cUy alike?' '
Dates of Slogans in Daily Statesman
- t (In Twice-a-Week Statesman Following Day)
(With few possible 'chanem)
Loganberries, October I,' 1025
' Prunes, October 8
, Dairying, October 15
Flax, October 23 -
Filberts, October 29 '
Walnuts, November 8.
Strawberries, November 19 i
- Apples, November 19
Raspberries, November 26 ,
Mint, December S
: Beans, Etc., December 10
Blackberries, December 17
Cherries, December 24
Pears, December St
' Gooseberries, January 7, 1026
Corn, January 14
Celery, January 21 , j
Spinach, Etc, January 28
Onions, Etc February 4
Potatoes. Ftc February 11 ,
Bees, February 18
Poultry and Pet Stock, Feb. 23
City Beautiful, EtcM March 4
Great Cows. March 11 , . ' '
; Paved Highways, March 18 ' '
-SUoa, t, April 1 a,, ;T -v ., i ?
Ajegnmes, apru s
Asparagus, Etc April 15
Grape. Etc April 23
Drug Garden, April 29 . .'
(Continued from Tuesday)
- Account J
Alison, Allona; relief. .. .
Chappelle, Mrs. Clara, re
Coppock, : Lulu, relief....
Howe,' Christine, relief... .
Kliewer, j Minnie Myrtle.
relief ...... 17.50
Miles, Minnie L., relief. . . 15.00
Pence, Delia Eda, relief. 10.00
Ross, Mabel Lily, relief . . 34.29
Sawyer, Rose Mary, re-
lief . . i 30.00
Slavens, j Blanche Eliza
beth .. ..... 7. . . t". r 17.60
Whiting, Matilda, relief V J 17.60
.Poor Account-1 Cont'd l
Bruce, Ai TLt services tran-". .
" dered Beulah- Sprlnger - -X
and OWv Lathrop.; 1.$0
Buslck &. Son." J. L., groc.
' ' tor Mrs. Lour. .. ,.. .
Buslck & Son, J. L... groc.
' for Mrs. Barnett. . . . . .
Buslck & Son. J. L., groc.
for Mrl. Lathrop. . ,
Busick & Son, J. L., groc
' for Claude Ogle i . v.
Buslck & Son, J. L., groc.
for Mrs. E..C Joslym.
Buslck & Son; J. L., froe.
v for Mrs. Vickers .
Buslck &-Son, J. L.. groc
i for.;Mrs. Chastaln , .r'.'. '
Clark. Frank C, supt. at
poor. farm. . .
Claus Grocery, groc for
j Jos. Hopfinger . . . . .
CookH LC, caring tor
. Julias Smith family . .
Coole & Pearson Grocery ;
Co., groc. tor J. Ad
i i far? Frank Ewlng J , 6.00
Darby, W. servlceaf
rendered Mrs. -Byown'-a 1
"-aaugnter v . .; . .. ; . A -
11 vnif inAA H
avaa wa v "C v a
Q A. George
Dlrka, Mrs. -W-;P relief.
Donnelly, M. . Dj E. S.,
:. 6 00
j prof., aerVlces f or J. J.
- 7. Nclsoii . . 9 t 1
Drager, D. G...R...R. faro,
. for. county, poor-farm ;
Fry Drug Co., Daniel . J.,.
prescriptions for county ;
;,:poor.'j..'" iV.'.V ;'.
Hammond - Lumber Co., ; . y
grqcfbr Nellie Wacnter K,;50.e0
Hart & Son, E.,-cutrwbod 60.03
Millikett & MUlikenrgroc'v
f or-Itosie" Bloom ?, 35.99
Moore Beers, prescrip-
tionsfor Julius-Smith' '
family ........ i.....
Opera House, Pharmacy j
, prescriptions for county : '
of one of the fifty-two basic
Letters and articles
Sugar Beeta. Sorghum, Et,
May O, 1026
Water Powers, May IS
Irrigation, May 20
Mining, May 27
Land, Irrigation, Etc., June 8
Floriculture, June 10
Hops, Cabbage, Etc, June 17
Wholesaling and Jobbing,
.Cucumbers, Etc, July 1
Hogs, July 8
Goats, July 15
Schools, Etc. July 22
Sheep, July SO
National Advertising. August 8
Seeds, Etc, August 12
Livestock, August 19
Grain and Grain Products, Aug
.ust 26 ,
Manufacturing, September 2
Automotive Industries, Septem
Woodworking, Etc, September
Paper 31111s, Sept. 23, 1020
(Back copies of the Tbors
tfay edition of The Daily Oregon.-
Statesman are c nand.
They; are for sale at 10 cents
eacv galled to any address.
Current, copies 6 cents).
poor . '. 18.65
Pacific Tel. ,& Tel. Co.,
The, telephone services 3.50
Pickens & . Haynes, groc.
for Mrs. McAfee 6.00
Plant, Jas., dug grave for
Henry Hinman 6.00
Portland Electric Power
Co.. electric services at
poor farm ..... M . . 12.97
Red Clover Dairy, milk for
C. Ogle family 11.00
Rice ' Grocery, groc for
Mrs. Wolfard 6.01
Rice Grocery groc. for
.,' Mrs. Smythers .... . . . 7.00
Rice Grocery, jjroc for
. Mrs. Blixseth ........ 16.00
Rice Grocery,, groc for
O. C.Hager 8.00
Rogers &! Evenden Drug
,.f Co ." prescriptions for .,
.Mrs. Paul . Burkhart .. 2.45
Roth Grocery Co., groc
for Mrs.! Bowman . ... . 5.00
Salem Deaconnes . Hosp.
care of Mr. E. A. Mack' 35.00
Salem Deaconnes ' Hosp.
care of David Ratcliffe 17.50
Salem'" Deaconnes " Hosp.
care of Katie Schirmer . 17.50
Salem, Deaconnes Hosp. .
care of Airs. R. L. Flint 37.50
Salem Deaconnes Hosp.
i v care of L. W. Montgom
ery .... . ........... . 29.50
Salem Deaconnes Hosp.
care of Louis Helm. . . 6.25
Salem Deaconnes, Hosp n
' .care of Mrs. Hazel Lath-
rop . t . .". . . . ;...V 6.25
Salem -'Deaconnes. .Hosp. .
care of George Lathrop' 11.25
Salem Deaconnes , Hosp.
' care of Addle Rigdon .. : 35.00
Salem - Deaconnes Hosp. . -
care of Mrs. E. A. Park
t r ; . .;........ - 35.00
Salem Deaconnes Hosp.
. care of Andrew, CAmp-' -
i bell , ; . ; . . .'; 35.00
Salem'" (Deacpnuea Hosp. - ' . 1
; Xcare of Fred Wv Baker "35.00
Salem Deaconnes' Hosp.' :. ; -.,
care of JTJ H. Morrison 35.00
Salem Deaconnes Hosp..
care of Irene Bruce.".
Salem Deaconness Hosp.
- care of Valentine Viox.
Salem Deaconess Hospital,'
care of Mrs. Lizzie How
Salem-Deaconess Hospital, -;
care of J. W.. Dimick . .,
Salem, Deaconess Hospital,
- I care pf Edgar Sharp , . .'
Salem Deaconess Hospital,
care of G. W. Lathorp. .
Salem Heights - Grocery,
groc : for Rothweiler. .
ft -, - '
one full page
Shorty, M.D., J4 L., Prof.
services Geo. McKay. .
Shrode, Di L. groc " for
Mrs. Northcutt .......
Simpson Grocery, groc for
' Mrs. C. 'George. , .-. ...
Skagg's United Stores,
groc tor Geo. Mattison
Skaggs United Stores,
: groc. for G. W. Beeman
Skaggs' - United Stores,
groc. for "'Mae Vickers.
Skaggs' United . Stores,
groc. for W. F. Fultx . .
Smith & Fontaine, ' groc.
for Mrs. Wm. Chain . .
Smith &. Fontaine, groc.
,for Mrs. ,E. Bruce. . . .
Syring & 'Banks, groc. for
W. F. May .......
Towhsend. Mrs. J. A:,
groc. for Mrs. Amos
Van Cleave, W. B., rent
for Rosy Bloom . . . . .
Wengenroth, Wm., groc.
for. Josephine Jeaudoin
Wengenroth, -Wm., 1 groc
for Geo. McKay . .-. . . .
Whitney, A.-L., groc. for
Mrs. Pearl Burkhart..
- Jail Account
Bower, O. D., aboard for
Minto, Frank, board for
Nelson & Hunt. Pres. for
for Co. prisoners. . . ... .
Roth Grocery, soap. . . . .
Juvenile Court Account
Bower, O. D cash adv. for
R. R: fare, etc ."
Dog Tax Fund
Anunsen. F. S., refund. . .
Boyer. Co. Clerk, -U. G-,
cash adv. tor stamps.
Brixey. C. T., sheep killed
Cook, E. D., sheep killed
Edwards, J. J., sheep and
lambs killed by dogs. .
Kraps Co., The J. J., dog
license applications" . .
Looney: David. , H., ewes
killed by dogs , . .
Mount Angel News, Pub.
notice to- dog owners . .
Mullen, C. S., lambs killed
Rodgers Paper Co., coin
envelopes . . ..'..
Indemnity for Slaughter of Dis
- - - eased Cattle
Becker, R. E., indemnity
Brooks, A. F., indemnity.
Gerig, ' Jacob. - indemnity .
Hartzler, O. B., indemnity
Kostenborder, A L., ; in
demnity k i . ....
St. "Benedict's Abbey, In
Schmidt, Albert," indem
nity . .. .. . . .'
Shields, Clara I., indem
HcnI Inspector's. Account m
Lange Fred W., herd In-
spectioii . . .. i . .-. I 70.50
Sims, THost, herd Inspec-
tion ............... is.uv
Divorce, Fee .and District Attor-
Kay, State Treasurer, di
vorce fees "... 30.00
Court House and Jail Accounts
Farmer Hdw.- Co., cuspi
dors, garbage can,, etc. 7.50
Court House , and Poor Accounts
, .-. Continued ; . -Hart.Elbert,
i Sliscellaneous- Accounts
Oregon Statesman, r Pub.
Salem Chamber of Com-,
merce, advertising Mar?
Circuit Court' Account Continued
R e m 1 n g ton Typewriter '
Co., Remington Nois
. less .............. '. 89.60
Although she. can neither read
nor -write." Koudret Hanoum. now
past-60 years of age; has been
elected Mayor of ; the village of
0 ELAY A G G RAYATES YO U R CASE
TN mv many vears sriecializa
1 tion in treating Files and
other Kectal and Colon ailments,
uterally thousands of extreme cases
have come to my attention. It b this
scientific study and experience which
have enabled me to perfect a method of
treating Files from whicn permanent re
lief is -GUARANTEED IN WRITING,
yr the patient's fee returned. Send to
day for my FREElOO-pase
book of valuable inf carna
tion, or call at my Portland
U -mi mm.
,;f 1 ' 1 "
'- -.V. rrrrr r r - 1 1
j For instance: Salem district has
; twovcounties growing the sacred '
i m3nrtle the only place it grows on i
this continent. What unique fS
do you know
f naaress aruucs, lml Slogan, xzuiipr. r
fcareStetdsmahi ; V ? 't'u : lUi
BATTLE HINGES r ; 7t
f ON B00ZE R0.W
(Coatinaed from pr 1.) .
said, to keep Remus in the Atlanta
prison, although the government
had accepted e court ruling fin
der which his associates obtained
freedom. . . -
"When a United States offi
cial," - he added, "and one , who
was a prominent ; investigator in
the department of justice, leaves
the government service to go Into
the bootlegglng. business, and to
traffic the very, same . goods for
which others, we're convicted and
sent to jail. It is about tlne that
congress took notice."
Representative. O'Connor resent
ed especially - a press clipping
quoting Dr. 'Wilson as saying that
before prohibition the "rum ele
ment." controlled congress.
"It's a lie," ho shouted. "It's
a deliberate; dastardly canard."
Representative ' Blanton, ' Texas,
objected to O'Connor referring to
a minister of the gospel in such
language and demanded that the
remarks ' be eliminated from the
congressional record. He later
withdrew objections upon request
of Representative Madden, repub
Representative Celler, demo
crat. New York, both in a state
ment and on the floor, assailed
Wayne B. Wheeler, of the Aritl
Saloon league, for his attitude to
ward District Attorney Buckner
of New York,, who . has urged a
referendum on the dry law in that
state. - '
He nccused Mr. Wheeler of be
ing "drunk with his powef over a
lot of maudlin women and mawk
ish prohibitionists."- j . '
Meanwhile, with members of
congress prepared at a conference
called tonight- at the home of
Representative Sim, republican,
Maryland, to draft a program for
modification of the dry law, to be
pushed - simultaneously in ; both
house and senate. - '. .
- It was explained that up. to the
present no. concerted, move has
been made for modification.
TAYLOR PROBE TO REST
REPORTS THAT PAPERS WERE
STOLEN SAID UNTRUE -
CHICAGO, ; March - 24. (y
Associated Press.) Collection
new evidence in- the William -Des
mond ' Taylor murder case , has
closed for' the present, and no fur
ther moves may. be. expected until
Asa Keyes, district attorney and
Harold Davis, chief of his homi
cide division, return to their Los
Angeles office, v'Da vis said, today.
.... Free Voting Ballot
This ballot is good for 100 -votes 'for the "candidate In The
Oregon ;- Statesman Subscription', Campaign, ! whose . name r 1a '
written on It Do not fold. -Trim. . , : ;!
'Name y:.V. ... ................ . . .
. Address . ........... . . a . . . . 1
: VOID RAFTER MARCH . '
. Now isUie time .: to order for this
' spring's plantings.
'We offer you a most complete line of eood varie-"
1 ties. in Apples, Cherries, Pears; Apricots, Peaches,
i Plums, Prunes, Quinces, Almonds, Walnuts; Fil
berts, Small Fruits, etc. ; ". ; . a '
Ornamental Trees, Shriibs,lEtc.
' Every home is made more valuable and more
- attractive by a suitable planting of Ornamen- :
tal Trees and Shrubs. Why delay? The ' '
1 sooner you et the plants set out the better
- development they will make this summer,
and. the more pleasure .you will derive from.;
' -. them. ' -. .
" A . CutOut Ts Ad .
" On an order of $10.00 or moro placed -for this spring's
planting, this Ad accompanying your -order gives you a
fl.OO credit.. : . ' -t
V; ' . Address
Oregon Nursery Co.
; ORENCO, OREGON
about the 'aisftict il;"
s Davis- 'professed j,' to bo nom
plussed by,-a story printed in, an
afternoon" paper that' records of
the ; case'- had .. been stolen Iswi
jiight from his hotel room, wTiile
he was ; out for, . the evening , and
after Kejres had ile'ft .to ; visit .rel
atives in Michigan. . j v.
, 1 To his .knowledge, Davis safd,
the papers never were missing ana
ifthey were gone, he declared,
they had been returned before' his
attention was called to reports
that they ' were missing. There
are no-documents in his possess
ion important to the case," he said,
the ' Im portant new : evidence ob
tained In the ease being 'in safe
keeping elsewhere " n- .-; ott'.-
"Satisfactory p r o g r e sfe" lias
been made in the inurden Investi
gation since - Its renewal fevral
weeks ago,t Davis-' said,?-but the
murder "is not solved and :-we may
never solve It." . ( - '
. a mm mm
' " is In daily use by hospitals
. ' ' for relieving patients In
' ' cases of bruises, aches
, lameness, sore muscles
stiff 'Joints, etc.
f Pint Bottle gQ
Perry. Drug Store
115 South, - Commercial
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