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TIIROREfefctf STATESHAtf , SA1EM, OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 4;
1926 . ; :
Harold ' Larsea Announces
Chains Value Will Be
; . Promoted; Here
Derek Whlfe, , well kftown r Pa
c'lfc ' coast ad vertisingT-nian. .has
jrQR been appointed, advertising
I jt promotion manager of the C.
f jrefer company's chain of de
jiyment stores according- to an
announcement of JIaroM' Larsen,
manager -of the .local Breler store.
It Ja planned "to strengthen the
position of theBreler company, by
tnesxii'-ti itr odrertising campaign
fo be.ftried on locally, and In. 55
btheVff d'r t M w e a t eT n towns
:, jrougVbut the year. . ; 'c ' ;
Some.qf the points . to be
brought --'out by the' campaign,
which Is to start next mqnthwlll
be the factf that wltlw buyers ia
New - York- and eastern' style cen
ters st all times, and with, the buy
ing power -of. the strong Breler
chain; residents In even the small
er towns have available the latest
fads and styles- as quickly as the
same styles reach metropolitan
points snch as Los Angeles, Port
land and Seattle.
Another point to be brought out
Is tho fact that Breier managers
are part owners of Breier stores,
and that therefore Breier stores
are practically local institutions,
except having behind them the
finance and buying power of the
entire group of stores.
The C. J. Breier company owns
and operates 56 stores in the Pa
cific northwest, including the
States of Idaho, Washington, Ore
gon and northern California.
HOUSE RENUMBERING '
BILL GIVEN SUPPORT
(Continued f rem page 1.)
City engineer Rogers reported
that the remonstrance against the
paving of Hood street between
Fourth and Commercial streets
was sufficient to defeat the im
provement. The following petitions for pav
ing were referred to the street
committee: High from Division to
Knapp'a place, Norway from Cap
itol td Winter, and Capitol from
Mill to Eoilevue.
Petitions for street lights, at
the intersections of 'Norway, and
Summer and Eighteenth aad -Jyay
were referred to the commit tee 'on
lights. " ' ....
A remonstrance Jtgainst the; pat
A Single Throw
of the red dice into the lap of
fate signalled his death lr ;
pv& ixtt ft?
!ng :: of Electric- avenue from Cot
tage toShr'Tner streets,, wasvre
? erred5 -6 hc street "committee.
A. N. ' Fulkerson 'appeared be
fore the cbnncll as "a representa
tive of J; Salem Heights,' and pre
sented a petition" "signed by prac
tically all of the property owners
ot,,that?distrIct ; protesting against
the usejof the (Warren Construc
tion company's ;quarry site or the
old county site,: or any. other site
in that vicinity as a city dump.
A petition : for the -paving of
Fourteenth street from Marion to
C streets was granted:
, Thef olio wing ordinances were
sent throughthek first and second
readings -and .ar to' come up for
final passage at tho. next, meeting
of the jiidjjMcfl.; ' 1 '7,. ? '
To aMs;'berkctttat'cost of Im
proving tho 'alleys in - blocks 53
and 54,,-, ; -. t.v- -
CHERRY; PRICE FIGHT
; Cotinoei f roar page 1.-)
cherries : sold well, and no cher
ries are now standing on the can
nery shelves. There Is practical
ly no change in the financial con
dition of the country, they main
tain, -and they should receive
prices equal at least to those re
ceived last yeari "
Every county jia the Willamette
valley was represented at the gen
eral meeting called for the spe
cia purpose of launching an or
ganized attack against the cherry
"y. ; -
W. I Teutech,- district ' repres-
wr'ir -cat ' " a ra
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PUKTLAMU ORIFU, SEATTLE XIFFTCES
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entatlve of 'the extension1 service
of OAC, Prof, Long, horticultural
specialist ofOAC, and Prof. Don
C. Mote, head of the-entomological
department of OAC; were present
and explained in detail the threat
of the fly. fiCiT '' ''r
county agents, , cannerymen,
fruit inspectors,, commercial club
secretaries iand cbeTry growers
were all represented. l Plana were
completed for county ' campaigns.
Most- of the counties will hold a
series of meetings to bring home
the campaign locally. Lane and
Multnomah counties have already
held their meetings.
A Marion county meeting will
be held in the Salem chamber of
commerce rooms on the evening
of May IS at 8 o'clock.
Agricultural magazines have
been supplied with stories of the
pest and its ravages. One thons
and posters are to be printed and
placed in public places. Over 10,
000 circulars explaining In detail
the method of combating the fly
will be distribnetd throughout the
The adult Is a fly not quite as
large as an ordinary house fly.
It appears some time in June usu
ally. But this year, the season
being about three weeks early, it
is expected to appear about the
last week in May.
The first few days after It emer
ges is absolutely the only time it
can be controlled. If the breed is
not poisoned off during those first
few days, the eggs are laid, and
there is no chance for control.
A few days after it emerges, it
deposits its eggs beneath the skin
of the eherry itself. The magot
hatches in from seven to 10 days.
It feeds arqnnd in the cherry for
about two weeks, then drops to
the ground, burrows beneath it,
and enters into a dormant state.
It remains In such a dormant
state until about the first of the
following June, when.it emerges
as an adult, j-When -In the cherry
it cannot be fought successfully,
and also during the time it is in
Hence, the only time to combat
the fly successfully is just after
It has emerged, and before It has
had time to hatch its eggs.
Cherry orchards in Marion coun
ty and northward are particularly
infested. It is the hope of the
OAC -specialists, however, that by
organizing for a valley-wide cam
paign right now, the fjy can be
snuffed out 100 per cent.
To poison ther files the mixture
should be as follows: One-half
pound of arsenate of lead and
two quarts of syrup or molasses
(honey should not be used as the
bees will get at it aad be. poison
ed) mixed with 10 gallons of wa
ter. This will provide a suffici-
enfqnantity to spray an. acre.ot
bearing cherries one time; 1 A light
application should be made on. the
ngper side ' of . the outer leaves.
Three applications should be made
at week intervals, the first, when
the-flies first appear.-
V IN GREAT BRITAIN
(Continued from paga 1.)
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milk for the children, and-for a
continuance as far as possible of
the means of transport, and the
big places of business and corpor
ations have arranged ' to provide
sleeping and eating quarters for
thr employes so the necessity of
returning home by day or night
will be oviated.
Kevertbeless there is certain to
be a tremendous tieup in all the
big cities and an immediate ces
sation of many forms of labor de
pendent upon the greater indus
tries comprised in the trades
union congress. Troops already
have been Bent to various sections
where disturbances are most to be
feared, but it Is the expressed in
tention of both authorities and
labor leaders to do nothing of a
provocative nature. The men
necessary to keep the mines from
IT'S FOR PILES
T. G. Rockestrom, of 808 Lor
aine Street, Detroit, writes: "I
suffered with piles for over 25
yers nothing did me any good.
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The labor men have agreed also
to aid in bringing food supplies to
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that-theii fight is not against the
people, but against the attitude of
the government in the " present
London has had ' the unusual
experience - of ? a partial stoppage
of the newspapers on 'account of
the strike, a thing heretofore al
most unheard of in England. The
printers strike Is largely the out
come of the Daily Man incident.
That paper succeeded . In publish
ing its Manchester edition Mon
day, but as it contained the edi
torial the London printers object
ed to orders went' from London
and refusal to print any more edi
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The debate In the commons ad
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ing accomplished and large
crowds remained assembled out
side the parliament buildings
waiting the final announcement.
The scenes at Westminster were
reminiscent of July 191.
Downing street was completely
Impasf able, and the crowds lining
both sides of Bridge street, lead
ing to the houses of parliament,
square - Itself were ' estimated at
many thousands, silent bat anx
iously, watching the. coinings .and
goings of the' members of parlia
ment and other . prominent per
sonages. A. J. Cook, secretary of
the miners federation on leaving
the precincts of the house shortly
before midnight said to the news
papermen: "They have failed, the general
strike is on tomorrow.
Similar scenes were witnessed
around the headquarters of he
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