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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
-FRIDAY MORNING, AUQUST 27, 1926 .
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DO C PRU
Machines ...Being Used to
(Wipe Spray Residue From
" -the Apples,! here : - . .
(In ! the alla Walla district
they hare no prune driers.; They
ship-all their, prunes green. The
follojrinx Walla Walla-dispatch is
fro in n feili-atge arrliring yester-
I -"With -the prune crop' practical
ly cleaned from the trees, work
apples. The BakerLangdon com
pan will begin, picking Jonathans
and -win start shipping toborrow.
The, areaher.of the, last week hap
Veen welcomed by the' apple growj-
- era, .as. H .permitted, the. coloring
to the desired staged Other grow
art jUl start picking, this' week.
The .Baker-LanKdoa-company ha$
installed three machines to, wipe
spray esidVe from - the ap'pies6
theyMrsn go on English and othejr
markets.; '; - T-'I'
."Eight hundred 'carloads ol
prube' hate moved .trotn, the 't
ley aid "by the' middle Vf the week
b wmalnder of abo'irt cars
will. kje.Tprp:he;7wjr '--prunes thi
ear bare,, reached: markets in. 1 8 1
title in 24 states of the Union
ihewides( distribution loca)
runes hate erer helA.
'fitftween'.lOO flnd;i20'car8 of
I lltoh'Prwater ; region apples
i liy ig;shlpped 'tof Denmark .this
par,- According tdM, J.'Melloni.
Shipping, a.geot tor a Copenhagen
jtlrm which is buying apples In. the
district for the f6tfrthu consecutive
year." . . .
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A: Bcheelar Auto .Wr6ck!n
Co eldest in thl Willamette rat.
eyr-Hew ' ssed'. parts, Cand
equipment. ix prices sndtjnslltt
MrTifa nftra. ios6N.comx, !
f. , - ou.. . UfUUVOV tSW
Leather Good Store. 170 8. Com'l.
Bolt caseer valises, portfolio, brief
ease f lores and n.ltenc :Lrgt
st.. i The pioneer stereo A ()
SOUTHERN CITX IS WID,
IN RUINS BT HARD GALE
Llfttr had demolished.'- - ?
Virtually :eryi building-In the
jcityr noth- business' and Teatden tlal.
.was damaged by the' stofm.
cbatula when ; his store ; was ' inun
dated by, flood waters. A woman
aa drowned in the Mississippi
rivef abore Corent. .The body had
not been identified late- today; '
By far , the : greater ':- property
damage was done to .the sugar
cane, cotton and corn,: and rye
eros. A New Orleans dispatch
placed . this ; damage, at approzi
mately $1.0 00,00 O. Honma; Mor
gan City, Pontchatuoula and Ham
mond property-damage. rwas3e
liered aronnd the half million dol
lar mark,; but 'no deflaite estimate
ecnld be, mailed; J .'! 'ir
y Stories of ;thl pweepleg Wee of
the storm were related aslnews
came into New Orleans from oat
lying districts from which no com
muntcations had been jeceiVed Jo-
day; Plate- glased Vlndews ;were
crashed houses swept, away . an4
many more unroofed, miles and
miles of flattened- ngar cane and
other miles of spifttered telephony
and telegraph ppies, gare rigorous
testimony of the lerocley of the
jLewis Stoiie at Oregon Today;
8erenty pasaenrers Who snent
the night aboatdtrrtrbarrtsa in
the Mississippi Jlren: when v Jhcy
were groundedjb.a 'mad bank ai
two tug. lofti; tpfitfbl of them in j
the storm, redhVd,! shore t tdday i
mv. ofj jtues opsenea ine
barges- f rdmUhem ? 4 : i
Entering Hbe- atafe aeaf Morkaii
City, the. sterttf inrfep't: up- through
the heart thejihiakne dls
trict. flattenUig4 th6 cipe, 4tpptt ihe
ground. The Mc crdpsl were alei
greatly damaged byv. salt - wate
which cama in froia'the gulf; 4 !
Trains af fired fn ,Newdrteah
at ihterrala Uhrougkbut the day
after being detalnferl i tom fti t
13 hours byltbe kto:,v I
- niinpis uenjraitrajn, after
spending the, night rat' Burhsidei
La.", afrired with wlfldowi tIaaiA
by the wind.' Te traiij 'was. able
to each New' Of leans, after trel
uent stops' for the ef ew to jieaf
the track of .teleVra'pV poles 'and
wuw ueonj. xae conauctof said
the' upper sto'r'of the fillroa
station at- tiartirfide'. as. carried
away by the wlhdVhile W wai la
wuc juwer noor. t 1
sugar refinery was feporicd badiy
wrecked.' .Vir41lV all . maAm
that section were under maVptaI
feet of water and -considerable loss
of life was feared: f 4
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Hood Riv"er Hoad oeiuK buiK
ffom Cblb'mbia -highway te intef
Itate, bridge ytf i ; ; -
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SEEN IN CLOTHES
Blouses and Boots Featured
in Valentino's Picture
Rudolph Valentino's film "The
Eagle" was booked by the Oregon
theatre over a month ago and the
exhibitors are making no effort
to exploit 'his films dun to his
tragic death in New Yorka few
RJINERS DYING, F0UL1 U
-GA' DEFIES RESCUERS
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heroii; effort to rescue the; en
tombed underground .tollers, were
driven back time and again. (- Be
feLthe , deadly. , gases, became , so
beiy la the dark recesses, thei res
etters .-succeeded in bringing out
four bodies Two others were lo
cated under falls of rock and dirt.
Ppur nen .near the. mine hiiouth
were, found, to be alire jhdy were
brought out and rushed to the-Dix-ottrille
hospital where-they were
.reported unconscious and in a rery
critical condition. f
Great crowds 6f men. women
and f hHdren - flocked 4.o the mine
tromr nearby, rUlages' shortly after
they .were startled by the heary
explosion, which , was felt a ii half
mile-away. .The crowds hampered
the. Tolunteer rescuers at the ; out-
fset..but state troopers finally! con
trolled the throng, forcing the on
lookers to take to. the hills. flank-
.ing the mine mouth. Here! on
the outer edge of the crowd stood
many women and children, whose
husbands and 'fathers were' trap
ped in the mine. ; !
Veteran cbal diggers, fanflliar
with mine explosions, expressed
he belief that the blast was caused
bythe Ignition' of gas.
Manager Musser " said that
niaJly the' mine - employed
than 400., men. but that recently
it -has been working oniypart
time, and the force-was reduced
to a half hundred.
As .night fell over the Tillage,
Salratip'tt Army, lassies from John
stone arrived. 'They established
temporary first aid places in a
mine shack and fed the rescuers.
A temporary morgue was fitted up
in another shack!
A few hours after the explosion
came the 'rescuers on hand for the
underground - passageways. , They
could work only a few minutes.
Finally, with the . arrival of a
United States bureau of mines
teams from 'Pittsburgh, the rescu
ers were ordered out and the res
cue chief ordered that brattices of
canvas be erected. It was hoped
that with the aid of brattices every
few feet the rescuers could com
bat the gas and advance in the
farther, recesses of the mine.
The rescue work was well or
ganized. Well experienced teams,
led by the bureau of mines men.
working in shifts in the battle
against the ever creeping gases.
Every miner in the region rushed
Into rescue team. For some time
the miners have used electric
lamps as a safeguard.
The Russian motif will ho
strong in women s clothes follow
ing the release of several big Rus
sian motion pictures, according to
Hollywood costume det-igners. .
Blouses are expected to be pop
ular and there is a leaning toward
the Russian boots on the part of
the more daring dressers.
Rudolph' Valentino stars in
'The Eagle," a pretentious Mus
covite picture showing at the Elsi-
nore theatre tomorrow, Sunday
and Mqnday. Vilma Hanky, his
leading woman wears some charm
ing costumes which can be adapted
for American wear.
Gilbert Adrian, designer of the
costumes for the Valentino film.
predicts that Russian embroidery
and design will become very pop
ular. He also foresees a revolu
tion against the mannishness of
"Femininity will be stressed in
women s clot ties from now on,
says Adrian. "Frocks will be more
airy and graceful with fuller lines,
in contrast to the masculine sever
ity which has been in vogue. Sim
plicity will continue, but it will be
freer and more decorative. Gar
ments will be frilly but not fussy."
"The Eagle." which is Valen
tino's first picture for United Ar
tists corporation, was directed by
I Fry's Drug Store, 280 N. ComU,
the pioneer store. Everything for
everybody in the drag supply line,
wim standard goods and quality
ervice always. ()
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1 W. O. Kraeger. realtor: crogrea-
stve, fair; equitable. Growing cltv
and country make possible bnyg
thaU will make you good money.-i
complete listings. 147 N. Com'l.
NEW .ORLEANS,' 'Aug. 2ft.-
W I th tour-: persdns - known"- dead b
bthets'mJaaing and property dafa-
jrige estimated' fa excess of $2,000,
Q0 ft Louisiana tonight apprehend
it elyrgir a"Ued "f ttrthw ; news' f f pm,
outlying ' districts ot the',, passage
of toe 'tropica storm which swept
in .from-the: Gulf 'df I Mexico- last
night!. - r if -i . ' r :J v v i .
I : Morgan City, near (be mouth-of
the 'Mississippi, appeared" to have
borne the bruht of the storm. Vir
tually, every; bouse in- the ' town
was damaged, ' boats 'were carried
away, a ferry boat swept trom tts'
moorings; and .crashed' into a rail
way bridge; ' Damage thete was
estimated at' a minion' dollar's.
Oneman J was ' electrocuted In
New -Orleans While Attempting to
repair: a high-Voltage, line, and a
Bfrflor was killed at Xiulf pof t. when
he - came in -contact with a live
wire. Another manwas drowned
at Fr'enler; i4 miles euth of Pont-
Satisfy, your 'sweev tooth with'
those good Whitman's candles. We
have the. exclusive right pf sale to
this line in Salem Crown Drug1
Store. 13 J Elated v f)
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' ' KSofl W:--. l W H " ' STOCKS , yam
M -.L'.iiiJV AH'.!' " and bibiised lines. VU ..
;: :'.. "-'A 'm 'I llnjLi 'k ' ' luxtinous fun trim-; '
. .... ". .r v 1$ . -.' xnarlcs' '"or the new Er' ta
... i -coats and! wraps. ,
Swini, hike, jill,
' atdeliditiiilNew- ',
Enjoy it txl.thdItiU
I Your. ticket good ,
' lor 16 days; on sale , ;
ticket, good Until
,Y Convenient SfcV t! .
. -vice daita Go bv
4 as you-noc
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184 Liberty Knew
LfstrjDUs'decj3 happed fabrics and bdlivia are their materi
i. alsr; jWhile ,tb coats that will motor or lake to campus
,k : ."jiitfvj pn glorious autumn. days are of warrii colorecl plaids
and Homespuns smartly tiailbred mtH painstaking care;
iZyMimM np to $150.00
' 'Hereiare delightfully feminirie frocks- gleeful, swaying
:.v'z ;&h(JetfTCUyyyimple for afternoon j business, street and
Ts V. pWisj JVHed in' silhbuettq by tiers, pleats and drapes.
, :'ln crepe batin and flat crepe, noticeable features are blous
e,;liUftjMv':bplero8( , snugly fitted hip-lines and lingerie
-.'-' i toddhes. '-. rt ; iv?v"V Vfl'v"i:u:;"'-p '
; Wcca $10.95,- $13.95, $15.95, up to $49.50
' : Gome to this autumn store, wander as you please.
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loou. ificm over ana gry uiem on lr you ukc
-VOUU IA I E OllDERS
466 State SU
Portland Silk Store
362 Alder SU
Tacoma, Wash., said. "They are
simply not allowed within the
county; ..There should- be laws
made to regulate the entire state.
The sale of air guns, sling shots
and similar weapons was criticized
in a resolution passed by the con
vention, which described their use
as detrimental to the character of
youth, a cause ofsuffering to ani
mals, a menace to human lite and
limb, and against the best inter
ests of the community. Tho reso
lution urged state legislation pro
hibiting their sale.
Killing of wild life In the na
tional forests was deplored In an
other resolution which urged the
secretary of agriculture to pro
hibit entrance into national forests
ot any person carrying fire arms.
Another resolution favored the
establishment of junior humane
organizations to work with the
CHURCH HONOR GIVEN
-REV. EDWARD HOWARD
: (Coatinuca from pc 1.)
man, of Boise, Idaho, delivering
the address 'and a response by
The new arch-bishop beard the
reading of three papal bulls, the
first 'addressed to. the clergy of
the diocese, notifying them of the
appointment of the arch-bishop,
the second addressed to the people
and the third to the arch-bishop,
absolving,him of his duties, in the
Davenport, Iowa, bishopric..
Arch-Bishop Howard was then
presented with the pallium, sym
bol of his high office.
The ceremony was followed im
mediately afterward by a banquet
.tendered the arch-bishop by his
Elker Auto Co.. Terry at Lib
erty St. Autos stored, and bought
and sold. Cars washed day and
night. Low prices and service will
make long friends. ()
RODEO HERE TO STAY
ASSOCIATION IS TOLD
(Continued from pag 1.)
one county where rodeos cannot
be staged," Mrs. J. R.- Nichola of
White House Restaurant, 362
State St., where hundreds of peo
ple prefer to eat. All you want to
eat for less than yon can eat at
home. Quality and service. ()
The Square Deal Hardware Co..
230 N. Com'l. Most elegant and
practical lines of mechanics' tools,
builders' hardware, cutlery etc do
there and save the'difference. . ()
Cobbs & Mitchell Co.. lumber
and building materials for every
purpose. Get estimates, look at
quality of material, then you will
order. 349 S. 12th St. ()
.F. L. Wooo and Geo. F. Peed,
real estate, 344 State. Farms and
city property. They bring buyer
and seller together, for the bene
fit and profit of both. ()
Bonesteele Motor Co., 474 S.
Com'l., has the Dodge automobile
for you. All steel body. Lasts a
lifetime. Ask Dodge owners. They
will tell you. )
H. T. Lore, the Jeweler, S3S
State St. High quality Jewelry,
silverware and diamonds. The
gold standard of values. Once a
buyer always a customer. ()
Mrs. H. P. Stitn, millinery.
Most beautiful bats in Salem; all
shapes and colors; full stock from
which to make tine selections.
Best quality. 333 State St. ()
At Shipley's the ladles of Salem
have satisfied themselves that they
can get the finest spring and sum
mer frocks, coats and dresses erer
shown in this city. ()
Mr. Used Car Buyer: Have yon
seen the real buys at the Capitol
Motors Incorporation? See Biddy
Bishop. 350 N. High St. Tele
phones 2125 and 2126. ()
Grading of 23.1 miles of Dallas-
California highway, near William
son river, completed.
v Pacific Coast League
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The Dixie Bakery leads on high
class breads, pies,, cookies and
fancy baked supplies of. every kind.
Best by test. Ask old customers.
439 Court St. )
Astoria Sanborn cannery dou
bles capacity by adding more
equipment; -s .
C. F. BfeTthaupt, florist and
decorator, 123 N. Liberty. Phone
180. Flowers, bulbs, floral de
ligns for all occasions. - Pioneer
and leader in Salem. ()
Vibbert & Todd Electric Store,
High at Ferry Sts. Everything
electrical. Good service and low
prices are bringing an increasing
trade to this store. ()
Cross Meat Market. Biggest,
busiest and best in Salem. Choic
est steaks, bacon, bams, sausage,
lard, eggs, milk. Absolutely sani
tary. 370 State SU ()
till hsl 1
McCLAREN CORD TIRES
Are Guaranteed lo
"Cost Less Per Mile"
For over six years McClaren tires
have outrun all competitive makes on
a miles per dollar basis. McQarcn's f
slogan, "Cost Less Eer Mile."
Visit our complete vulcanizing shop. 1
SMITH & W ATKINS
All kinds of casing and tube repairs.
Invite us to your next blowout
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We are now ready to show the latest creations
in early fall style shoes
We are showing some of the most cever combinations of materials that
has been our good fortune to offer.
The designs are many so are the color combinations carried out in
step-in or strapped pumps and also in oxfords.
We are showing soft kid skins in a dozen different shades, black and
copper patent leather. Tan calf which is especially strong as a face
contrast in trims and heel coverings. " .
SEE THE NEW HIGH CUBAN HEELS
One of the New Style Features that we are the first to show
We are showing this heeL on a patent oxford with' boaconstrictor
NEW HANAN PUMPS FOR LADIES
The new brown kid step-in Colonial with, lighter colored hues, and a
patent leather; same style with ostrich trim at "
v;$l5p- and $15.00
See Onr Wmdows for the Late Arrivals We show all the New Things
trim, tan calf lizzard trim, Saturn kid with snake trim. All
DO rOUR FKKT IIUHT? :
Corns and calluses . re
tnoyed without pain, orore
neas. Ingrown nails removed '
and treated. 'Pains In feet,
weak foot, flat foot. foot
strains and fallen arches ad
justed. Do not suffer. I will '
give you the best that scl
snce can produce is sclentlfie
chiropody. Consult - -
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3Z6 attte 5t-rtatttortu3iE&nli
Our shop is equipped with
all new machinery. We use
nothing but the very best
grade ot leather that money
s " ' '
Mr. Jacobson. In charge of
this departments Is an ex
pert In his line has spent
years in factories and repair
bops and : will do nothing
but high grade work. .
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