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SGi.'. PEARS ARE
BotThere Is No Fixed Price
II Named by, the Canners
for the Product
There is encouragement for
Par growers, who are-ritally in
terested, in fact that some sales
are now being made of BartletU.
i The Hunt cannery has been
buying some pears, bat Manager
W. J. Allen does not like to' say
jnat what he is paying for the
different lots. He may give a pre
ference to growers who hare been
delivering their products to the
cannery for years. Bat even so,
he does not for the present want
to- say Just what he has been pay
ing, or what he may offer today
or tomorrow or a few days later.
The Oregon Packing company
is not in the market for the pre
sent. Bat they hare some con
tracts. They paid as high as $40
a ton for some pears, but.' that
was some time ago, before the
slump , in' the market for canned
Whether the general price will
be above $30 a ton, orTfenbelow,
is problematical. Bat there will
be,, offers" for" all pears, at some
price, 'and no doubt all the Bart
letts will be canned.
! Mrs. H. P. Stith, millinery.
Most beautiful hats In Salem; all
shapes and colors; fall stock from
which- to - make fine ' selections.
Beat quality. 333 State St. )(
" Mrs. B. Mitchell of Woodburp
was in Salem Saturday.
, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Root visited
in. Salem. Saturday. They are res
idents of Portland.
Mrs. EL A, Bremmer of Wood
burn visited in Salem yesterday.
i Oscar Schnler of Weed was a
Salem visitor Friday.
Roy Lay of Toledo visited Sa
lem Friday, j, ' "
Arthur Coulter of Eugene was
a Salem . visitor yesterdiy.
. " Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Hlllworth of
Toledo were in Salem Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed DeBon of
Woed were Salem visitors Friday.
H. D. Poo of Eugene visited in
fc Mrs. Walter Gibson of Sheri
dan visited In Salem Friday.
. Mrs. Thad Stevens of Rickreall
spent Saturday in Saiem.
E. L.' Dwyer of Portland was
i : Salem yesterday.
' Mr. and Mrs. A.' Cox of Toledo
r.s ited Salem Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Burnett of
Toledo visited in Salem Friday.
; Arthur Clarke of Corrallis was
V Salem visitor Friday.
1 hree -Teachers Hired
.Three new teachers employed by
the Salem school board for the
coming school year were announc
ed yesterday. They' were Gladys
Marie. Jensen, Neva Cooley and
.Siva Nissen. "Mrs. Jensen, an OAC
graduate, will teach home econ
omics In the senior high school.
She formerly taught at North
Bend. Miss Cooley will teach a
1 I . I A f J. I t 1 1
(us yustwuu n iue ijiocuio
-school. Miss Nissen, who formerly-taught
in the school at Reeds
port, will take a, position in the
Garfield school. . Both of the last
two are graduates of , the Oregon
rkormai scnooi ai xnonmouin.
" ieave for Convention
C. F. Giese, Harry Scott and
' Newell Williams, official delegates
from Salem to the Lions' club con
vention ii San Francisco, left at
.1 o'clock this morning. They were
compan led by Frank Neer, ex
governor of the Oregon district of
Lions. j Mr. ijicse will be in charge
of the Oregon booth at .the con
tention. John W. Orr will act as
Kcal president during Mr Scott's
Leave on Vacation - ,
:Mr, and Mrs. . Peter Andreson
and son Clarence will leave Salem
today for a two weeks' vacation.
They are going to Newport. Mr.
Andreson is janitor in the Masonic
building. While he is away his
son, Charles Andreson, will, fill
WTCTJ Will Meet -
i The WCTtJ-will hold an all day
meeting; on Tuesday, in its room
' on .Commercial and Ferry streets.
There will be a basket dinner at
noon " and a silver tea will be
served in the afternoon. Sewing
will be done for the Childs' Farm
with two machines - operating.
Considerable work will be done.
It is expected. '
I INC0RP0BATI0NS I
The Emblem Grain Service com-
: pany with headquarters in Eugene
and capital stock of $50,000 haa
been - Incorporated by M. Becker.
E; G. Hanks and S. Ml Calkins.
Other articles filed ini the' state
corporation department' follows
Oregon Department tore, As-
torur l3(T,000r G. C.- FultanrA. C.
Fulton and Nena H. Stone. i Ste
phens. Supply company. Portland!
a itf.o q ; b. W. Stephens; Myrtle
A, Stephens and. Frftult P, Zeran.
v.. . - -
" ; THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON
TO PLAY TUESDAY
Capitol Post Is Out
Permarent Possession of
the- State Trophy
"The drum corps of Capitol post
of the American Legion, Salem's
own, is finishing off in practice
preparation for the coming com
petition for the state champion
ship at the Marshfield meeting on
To give the home folks aj chance
to see and hear what they can do,
they will appear in concert Tues
day night in fall uniform, at the
band concert, through the cour
tesy of Bandmaster Steelhommer.
This drum corps won the state
championship at Prineville last
year. If they can repeat the per
formance this year and next year,
they will become the permanent
possessors of the state champion
ship trophy. They expect to do
their very best to keep this prize
Telephone 166, Capital City
Laundry. The laundry of pure
materials. We give special at
tention to all home laundry work.
Telephone and we will call ()
OREGON BANDIT SAID
HELD IN ADRIONDACKS
(Continued from page 1.)
White Pine camp,
It was not, he added, made as
a result of extra precautions due
to the presence of President
Cool Id ge In this region but as a
result of careful observation and
systematic searching since reports
had been received that the bandit,
Roy D'Autremont, was In the
Adirondacks and circulars ; recent
ly had been received containing a
description of the man.
The suspect was picked up on a
farm where he was working reg
ularly and was said to answer the
description of the circular except
for a slight question involving the
color of the eyes. More complete
information on this point has been
sought of the Oregon authorities.
The description in the circular
said the man was accustomed to
seek farm work and referred to
him as an atheist.
When the suspect, who gave the
name of Archambault, was asked
today if he believed in God, he
was said to have replied! in the
negative but added that he read
the Bible every day.
Captain Broadfield, commander
of the Malone. Barracks said to
night that he had notified the
United States postal inspector at
Spokane, Wash., for whom the ar
rest was made. D'Autremont,
Captain "Broadfield added, is held
on an open charge and will not be
arraigned until the captain re
ceives word from Washington as
to the disposition ot the case.
According to Captain Broad
field, the bandit is -implicated in
a large mall robbery.
He could give no details of the
arrest at the farmhouse beyond
the fact that hi smen were fami
liar with a photograph of the
Walter H. Zo&el, automobile
tires, tubes and accessories. Vul
canizing that holds. High quality,
superior service. A trial makes a
customer. 198 S. Com'l. ()
Lillian Gish Gets Many
Picture Ideas From Dog
' CULVER CITY. Cal. Anjmala
gave Lillian Gish many ideas for
her work before the motion pic
Often when she is playing a
scene In which "the character If.
supposed to be very happy, she
may be seen spinning round on
her feet. She does it because her
dog reacts the same way to the
"The means, ot showing emotion
are limited on the screen," she
said. "We have only facial expres
sion and gestures. Therefore, the
simplest way of expressing any
thing is the natural way. We must
show what "we mean in the ele
mental way in the animal way
since we can understand animals
although they do not talk to us.
They have a; great gift oj natur
alness." 1 J
-You, can own a tract and
have a house built to
suit you,. on . easy terms.
' Located in South Salem
' on Morningside avenue,
close in, rich sou, City
1; Masmic Temple '
ISalemrQrePhone 717 j
Paying Six Cents a Pound,
Eighth of a Cent Above
The Producers Cooperative
Packing company on Friday paid
off their loganberry pool.
They paid their growers six
cents a. nound. and the checks are
all in the mails or ready. This
means that all the loganberries
packed at their cannery have! been
sold and realized UDOn.
J The price for their loganberry
nool last year was five and five-
j eighths cents a pound, or ' an
eight of a cent a pound less than
I this year.
i This pool was paid off last year
Ion August 15th. This yfar it was
'closed and paid on July 16th.
i Manaeer Gibson and the stock
(holder-owners of this cannery are
to be congratulated upon the sue
ces of their loganberry pool. The
price of loganberries bougnt out
right this year was uniformly 5
cents a pound.
The Commercial Book Store has
everything ydn need in books and
stationery and supplies for the
Bchool, office or home, at the low
est possible prices. ()
Boring Holes in Volcano
In Search of Information
HONOLULU. (AP.) Scien
tists who desire to know more
about volcanoes and especially
about the Kilauea volcano; on the
island of Hawaii, are boring a net
work of holes around the vast
The holes are being bored with
compressed air drills, and are ten
feet deep. There will be one every
Dr. Thomas A. Jaggar, in
charge of the Kilauea volcano ob
servatory, who is directing the
work, expects to laarn something
about subterranean heat in its re
lation to volcanic acitvity.
The holes Will be encased
around the top and capped so
that temperature tests may be
made at any time. It is thought
that a rise in temperature in the
holes may presage an eruption
and thus serve as a log of the life
of the volcano.
Experimental holes previously
drilled disclosed a wide variation
in temperature, seemingly without
reference to the proximity of
Halemaumau volcano. This con
vinced scientists that systematic
temperature observations would
H. T. Love, the leweler. 32 K
State St. Hirh onaJltv InvAlrr
silverware and diamonds. The
goia standard of values. Once a
ouyer always a customer. ()
Princess Mary Only Real
Race Fan in Royal Group
LONDON. (By Associated m b
LONDON. (AP). Princess
Mary is really the only member of
the royal family who is an out-
and-out racing fan.
The king primarily Is a sailor.
He raises thoroughbreds' and is
fond of horses, 'but racing is no
passion with him. as it was with
his father, King Edward VII. The
king never bets on races. '
Queen Mary has little taste for
racing. She goes to the: great
races, however, as part of her of
ficial job. The Prince of Wales
cares little for flat racing, but is
much interested in hurdling and
hunting. The same Is truei of the
Duke of York.
Yokum Wheat tests show 60
pounds to the bushel, and! 24 bu.
This fs a wonderful Dairy
Feed and a proper mixture
of the various grains, imill
feeds and oilmeals that
make a proper dairy feed.
Our price is the lowest in
the city for a feed of this
grade. You will find it the
most profitable Dairy Teed
to feed that you can buy at
any price. Special prices on
We offer you a high grade
Laying. Mash in the. Golden
Rod Egg tyaah. The price of
per 10O lb. sack !
is very low for the present
market on feeds. Try a sack
of this great feed and see
the increase in the egg pro
We handle all kinds of
Poultry Feeds. Lice Killers,
Poultry Remedies. Poultry
Feeders,, etc J ,
You will alwavs find
prices right for High Grade
D, A; WHITER
:. SONS "
Phone ia J staie- si.
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Good Crowd and ' Fine Ad
dresses and Splendid Re
past at Old Champoeg
The chapters of the American
War Mothers of Oregon, had a fine
picnic yesterday afternoon, at old
Champoeg. The address of Col.
J. J. Crossley of Portland was
both Interesting and -eloquent.
The talk of Mrs. Edyth Toxier
Weatherred was instructive, es
pecially the part concerning the
historic spot where te meeting
was held, which will always be a
shrine for patriotic j American
souls, because there jihe destiny
of civilization was held in the bal
lance on the day the, Stars and
Stripes were preferred; by a slen
der majority, over' the Englsh
flag. Mrs. Pollock of Portland was
the life of the gathering, with her
songs. Mrs. R. J. Hendricks of
Salem presided. Hon. L. Patter
son responded to a call with a
heartening speech. ! ;
The feast under the shade of
the historic trees was j.more than
Such a picnic is designed to be
an annual event of the American
War Mothers of Orejon! There
was a very gratifying lattendance
yesterday, the Salem and Portland
chapters being especially repre
ENTER THE DOLLAR MARK
LONDON. (AP) Dollar signs
no goods have appeared for the
first time here in th4 shopping
districts frequented by American
tourists. The marks, j quite evi
dently, are London made, as they
are very much of thej perpendi
cular variety, and lack the origin
al Yankee twist. !
Myrtle Point Construction be
gins on $12,000 hospital building.
For Dresses, lvalues
Good heavy quality,
40 Inch Printed
Laisses Spe- OC
cial group, yd&DC
36 Inch Figured
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rMRFCIMC WORLD HELL
-BENT" SAYS SUNDAY
f (Continued Trn pg
as far f rom religion as vice is
from, virtue. . v
"The sermon on the mount Is
the only thing that .will spitee
every fan nd sink every battle
ship.' It will turn this old God
hating. Christ-hating world that
is going to hell so fast it is freak
ing the speed linVt.
"The trouble Is not with the
foreigners, it is those in this coun
try. - There are Americans that
are to this country what blow-flys
are to meat. They turn it into
"There is no place under our
flag for the heart that does not
love it or for the arm which will
not protect it. I thank God that
I am an American.
"Success throws mock kisses to
the pouting lips of disappoint
ment. "The vulture sees carrion no
matter how high he flies; the
mocking bird would never learn
to sing if he took his lessons from
the hoot own, and the hen is dead
sure the duck has deformed feet.
"It's because a young man went
in bad company that he dies an
old man in a penitentiary
"Your happiness depends on
vhether you said yes' or 'no' yes
terday, and whether you say 'yes'
or 'no' today and tomorrow.
"Youth must sow its wild oats,
but the best time to seed the first
crop is between the years of 85
"When a boy calls his father the
ld man, and his mother the 'old
woman,' the chances are that some
cheap-skate has called upon him
to assert his independence.
"The boy who's tied to his
rj other's apron strings is the one
who can't telh three aces from a
! ad of cabbage. And he is also
the lad who gets positions of trust
and the one who isn't going to
si end eternity in heil-firs.
"I'd rather have a boy of mine
tied to his mother's apron strings
than have him trying to steal the
next poker pot on a pair of
"The world needs husbands and I
Sheer and dainty,
values to 75c OA
36 In. Percales
For house dresses
or aprons 17
yd. 1 C
Continues All This Week Up To
Saturday, 5:45 p. m., July 24
Trie crowds continue to come. There are
Bargain;s many in every department. This
is the Last Call, however. Therefore be on
hand and get your share.
Are Beginning to Arrive
PRESSES. - GOATS
Have Their Prices Greatly Reduced
Silk Dresses Silk Dresses Fine Coats
One Group -Values
$14.85 $19.75 $21.75
466 State St.
STTNnAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1926
wives who are true to each, other; '
mothers and fathers who look af
ter their children; boys and girls
who; obey their parents. We want
f,lrls with lofty ideals of woman
hood and who can cook and
In speaking of the Charleston,
the latest dance craze, Billy Sun
day declared. it: was the "most
God-for&akent licentious dance
that ever wiggled out ot the pit
''If I had my- way I'd have a
law enacted to make those getting
nirriMl have to show something
more than just the price "of a mar
riage license. They'd have to pass
a physical, mental and moral ex
"rhfMrpii unborn have the
rieht to be well-born.
tiv. and vou'll never be
whining around the court .house
for a divorce.
"If I were a judge, so help me
God, I'd never send a boy to the
penitentiary for nis first offense,
DR, W. B. CALDWELL
AT THE AGE OF 83
Most men and women past fifty
must give to the bowels some oc
casional help else they suffer
from constipation. One might as
well refuse to aid weak eyes with
glasses as to neglect a "gentle aid
to weak bowels.
Is your ' present laxative, in
whatever form, promoting natural
bowel "regularity" or must you
purge and "physic" every day or
two to avoid sick headache, dizzi
ness, biliousness, colds, or sour,
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
helps to 'establish natural, regular
bowel movement even for those
O. N. T. white or
6 spools LaOQ
Group Dressy Models
to $39.50 Values to $47,50
Portland Silk Store
362 Alder St.
"Try craising your wife, even
if It does f righter her at first,
"if I had never loved! I'd want
the undertaker to embalm me and
plant me. i - ;
"Don't get mad at jlhe same
time your V.fe does, ij
"Every; wife would rather have
the flowers that are going to be
put onjher grave scattered at her
feet daring her lifetime.
"I dpn't believe that Jmy great-great-greatfgreat"
a monkey with a prehinsils. tail,
sitting in a , tree shying coconuts
into monkeys in other ; trees.
"1 don't want to go into a eoo
and throw a handful of peanuts
into a monkey cage, and say, 'have
a treat on roe, gTeatgreat grand
father. 1 ! I
"I've done my best to give the
devil the best run for his money
Corvalils Oregon Agricultural
college receives gift of f 5,000 lab
oratory" equipment. l
Old Foils Need
a Mild Laxative
chronically constipated- It never
gripes, sickens or upsets the sys
tem.., Besides, it id absolutely
harmless and pleasant to take.
Buy a large 6 0-cent bottle at
any store that sells medicine and
just see for yourself.
f i Adr
Values to $2.39
store, yd LtrrC
July Clearance '
Downstairs O C
store, yd J3C
Women's Fiber j
' Silk Hose
stairs str. $1.93
Down- ( qq
stairs str. ?l0
r r Women's
Special Lot v
Per pair .
A gentleman standing in
front of the drug store,
corner of Court and High
streets, made this remark.
He had to go to the Ladd &
mr v (raw- a r ii
did not strike him as on?
jbit far, and yet if he hl
wanted to buy a Wilton
rug of Chambers & Cham
bers at their new store on
High street, the distance
would be just half as far.
Strange isn't it?
No' one in Salem would
take issue- with you should
you say U. S. Shipley has
one of the very best busi
ness locations in the city,
md yet the new furniture
store of Chambers .& Cham
bers on North High street
is just three blocks from
Shipley's... Strange, isn't
it? ' !
Should you, want to go
to a fine show at the,Elsi-
nore, you would not think
of staying away, if you
were standing on the cor
ner at Farmer's Hardware
store. Now if you were
standing on that same cor
ner and- wanted to buy, a
fine davenport and chair
at Chambers & Chambers
new store on North' High
street, what would, 'hinder
you from going, as the dis
tance is just the same. Tb
only difference is irr
store is located just out' of I
the high rent district.
Strange, isn't it?
Do you know all the peo
ple coming to Salem from
Silverton, MU Angel, Wood
burn and an- towns to the
north, as well as all of Polk
county could come down
High street and pass the
new Chaiqbers i & Cham
bers ..store if they were so
minded, and i many will be
so minded, for there is a
wonderful bunch of folks
coming to Salem from the
north end, ,
Strange, isn't it?
That man Chambers who
is building the fine new
Store on North High street
is a little old fashioned, as
he parts his hair on the
side just as his good mother
laugh him over a century
ago, but when it comes to
"having an up to the minute
store b building and a fine
tock of merchandise,
nothing 0I4 fashioned about
that at all, and lie was wise
enough to build just outside
of thehighrent district.
Strange, snt it? '
Those Chambers boys are
po pleased with their new
fetore: on. High, street, just
tout the high rent district,
that they smile aU this ii&l
so when 1 you come to see
jthat woriderful: new: stock
of Furniture and Uugs they
lopcii next month, you will
be greeted: with a smile.
Not strange, is it?