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STATKSMAif PUBLISHING COMPANY
SIS 8oath Caaueavciat Btrnt, Btlo, OnfU
R. J. Heaarieks - -
Iff R UrRkm . -
f? lU!j O. Curtis - -
i Victor X. . Carleaa
- Hiufir Ralph H. Kletaiaf. Advertialaa Xaaarar
Vaaarfa Editor r e. F. Martia. Son. afaehaaleal Dept.
- City K4itor I W, H. Hendereoa, Circe la Uea Maaaer
- Sparta Kaita t i. Rhotaa - lieeatoek Editor
Society Editor J. W. C. Conner t . Paamy Editor
, MX1CBEB or TBS XSSOCIATKD rK8S
Th Atsociated Pru l rJuiYely entitled to tK m for plietion of all
Bwa dttpatebct nvdited to it r at ataerwiaa eraditad la taia papr aad alaa tha
oc wa pablifcaed aaraia. - ;
: Bosnm orriCES: j
Vaaibac Salactad Oregam Vawapaaera Pacific Coast BptentatiTe Doty
TPa, Utr Portlaad. Sacarity Bide-; 6a FraneUca, Sharon Bldg.; Loa
. Aaj elaa. Chamber at CoauMrea BMf. X ... .
Tionaaa r. CUxk Ca, Naar York, 1I4-13H W. lt ChXtmtlo. Marqaatta BWf.
Some Purchasers, Especially
In Foreign Countries ?
Object, Stated !(
Baaiaaaa Offica24 or 68t
Society Editor; 1M
Xava lept 23 or 106
Job trpf tiuent
Soft pedlior; the connection of
the state peniteatiarT i wita the
tlkx lndoetry in publicity will be
Entered at the Poet Office la 8aleam. Oreron, aa aecoad-elaaa matter.
as I necessary before the industry can
attain Its maximum proportion.
Colonel W, B. Bart ram told mem-
Octobea-.2ai'192T"k;N'-:';F ! ' , ber,of the Liona club yesterday
Therefore Vhosoerer heareth these sayings of mine, and doeth at the weekly luncheon. fP I
them, I will liken him onto a wise man, which built his house upon A dislike for products manufae
a rock: and the rain descended, and the floods came, and the winds tared h ronrlct labor la man 1-
blew, and beat upon that house; and It fell mot; tor It was founded fetej la nur tUtM and fbrelsn
pon a rock. Matthew 1 : 24 and . I .,i.i-.
vwaaasm a aaivs, aVWaua? ua4afVHttte
hare been experienced as a result
MIGHT HAVE BEEN SALEM of it.
coionei uart ram praisea tne ei-
lfleIBrr of tha. eonv1rta and aitatcwl
South Dakota dedicated her first sugar factory on the that with proper supervision they
15th. II is in the Black Hills country. It was built and is WOB,d tnm ont larye moanl o1
rrem&sl en V,. CnM. mMin. i BW,,0rtOM Work.
r.""T "iv vrtx-tvi aj mic yuui-uwuiu koi ,uiutuj, ucl Tha rem aral bllf that :th
company that had experimental plantings in the Salem dis-lrrowin of flax weakens the eon
trict in 1924 and 1925 1 - Ite false, said the Colonel. Exper
ience of - farmers
throughout the whole country, and
thronshout the world.
- But the 'question, again, ob
trades Itself, is this light? Is
It! fair T Is it Just, to hare one
unwritten law of society for. girls
and women and another, for boys
and men? " '
, lira. Shank finds hundreds and
hundreds of girls who merely.need
good homes and kind friends; wo
men 'who understand them and
are willing to mother them and
guide them. Few, she thinks, in
proportion to the whole number
of erring girls, are beyond re
demption. But once glren a had
name, they are beaten down
rather than lifted up. Society Is
against them. - Including bad jnen
and good women.
What Is to be done about It?
What do you suggest? Mrs. Shank
wo'uld like to know. eShe needs
the help of good women. In ortier
that she may make her work
count for more;. In order that she
may do more good to the unfor
tunate girls she has on her hands
and on her heart every working
day; . even la her dreams.
grlmage" of miners, axriTed In
Walsenberg this afternoon and
added orer 100 strikers to those
NATIONAL GUARD MAY
BE CALLED, COLORADO
(Continued from Page One)
and I. W. W. members were massH
The company that wanted 1000 to 2000 aciS of SUgarlbas been that the microscopic b- The northern Colorado "nO-
beets grown here the present year for its Bellingham fac-jrous roots permeating ground inH
or-. , - ( f i iflax fields bauds it up,
J . . '"l i . ,. I He cited Fred Sehwal
Tia nmnitw 4-Vi Set m.i)m f,,?lst a time I a t V '. 1
8r ueet acreage i,uw 10 iy,wy acre-rw Ruppiy " rtalks la tke- former fbui ' field trlcU who hare spent the day In
factory With its raw-product. f 4 -:r, ..-, 1 were 12 to Is Inches higher. I ; Walsenberg. ; where the strikers
So this event might have been celebrated at Salem, had
or neonle been ud on their toes in sufficient numbers. Suchlt.ti. the mnn iut war hJd1 "tin operating. Huge mass
tu-t-A i.- tw. . v. lfne- tas sk ...' aa aainat a meetings and demonstrations are
u cvc.il, uiu wc vwa c wiu. c ; uax , rra wc, l""" '"JTrZ nZa' planned there for tonight,
it will be the celetration of the greatest event that ever hap. r ZS Yonng am Trampled
pened to this valley, in, its far reaching significance. But he said, so anxious are farmers to! ; Amelia sabiich, 19 year old girl,
nan? rwiln-or fha, ronnrf f Vo rolehrafi'nn morlo hv Ua ATMVi'al erow the tlti I Who has been a, leader Of picketing
y . Bf i11IM ftrth f acUriUea. In the southern Colo-i
representauve on the ground at Jteltefourche, S. D Uct.L.. rV;: M AlreulT rado fields, was serereiy injured
15, to Facts About Sugar, New York, the leading journal this year, he eaid; mosUy abroad, tody when she was trampled by
Or the SUgar industry: . and IBl.OOO In orders for her "wa'.tSVTf
hare been refused in the past few ' wno 18 attired in a
"The greatest celebration in the Black Hills country since wmV; k- th tb flaming red dress led orer 200
President Coolidge's visit last summer attended the formal could 'not be filled. The sales JJJJ SbloradJ FuVand
opening here today of the new $1,500,000 factory of the mentioned do not include returns Tron company this morning. While
Utah-Idaho Sugar company. Members of South Dakota's ir'J&iit
congressional delegation, state' officials, and delegates from or stock feed. of the guards before an unruly
commercial clubs all over the state joined with officials of OI- ram expreu a -ih0rse knocked her down, one
the auirar comnanv in thededicatorv ceremonies, which were ".f tb. n" i.Qdut!T lw" WM broea cut
T . :. .r , . . . .: oniy in its oare Degmnmgs, w on and bruised but physicians said
wiicu uui 111 mciwcucc Bcvciai uiuuaauu viaitura. ithe ere 01 Dig developments, ioo.-i ite today her condition was not
Among the speakers on the program were United States !n to vaBt proportions, almost be- u serious as believed at first.
Senators Norbeck and McMaster and Congressman WilHam L!. 'VTXonriof S'
Williamson, .who representsr the third South Dakota district years. i J EMBALMED IN CONCRETE
at Washington. Vfce-Presfdent W. H. Wattis headed a dele- He said that, in the state tiax
gation of UtIdaho company officials from Salt Lake City. .f Deceased Japanese cp--
uiLt. - iL - ' already have, invested here in Sa- taIn preserved on Ship
waiuio i , win ccicunuuu was uie aucuuiung ox QXjiem a good deal more tnan a mi 11-
tue itrst 100-poQTtd Dag of sugar turned ont by the factory, pn dollars m the industry. Aberdeen, wash., Oct. 28
which commenced nneratinna IVtnhr 4. Tt w. rtniiortt fnrl ' " " H ? (Ap Embalmed In a huge block
11,000 by the Sioux City Livestock Exchange, which an- SINCLAIR LINKED WITH k. Csnlu. tZJ
nounced that It would be presented to President Coohdge. 1 TPAPflT nnMP freihter &lro Maru, arrived here
The plant at BeUefourche covers eight acres of ground (Continued from Page One) !hfLDwi?-!ptd
and the factory has a slicing capacity of 1,500 tons of sugar Urokeraze housesT" a- 7118 bodr "i cremated
Thla was on April 13, 1922, six xacoma ana me asnes sent to
days after Fall and Sinclair at- Japan. The crew encased the
j - bodr In concrete, aa no nfhar
block. It is expected that the ouantitv of beeta sliced L means of preserving the bodv were
will be m excess of ,100,000 short tons, which will mean a Dome passed from control of the avaiiabh. ::-
IIIB1! SCHOOL TEAF.1S
1X5NGV1EW. Oct. 28. (AP)
The Washington high school ath
letic association in session here to
day placed a ban on post-season
basket ball, thas prohibiting any
state team participating: in the
national championship .. tourna
ment y . .
.The association also -ruled that
athletes playing with the Timber
league, or -other semi-professional
leagues of clubs, should not be
penalised , and placed on -professional
lists provided they received
no more than expenses. I -; ,,
The ruling affecting post-season
hoop games was the most drastic
ever enacted In state high school
athletic circles. .
"Some small towns with good
teams became so enthusiastic that
the town hall even is mortgaged
to raise funds to send them to
tournaments, and the boys, came
back ' so "cocky- that it takes
them a year to get back to earth,!
one coach told, the meeting. .
Br llilsH Qefflew
"The best time to propose to a
gtrl Is when she's got pimples on
her face an Is feeUn' right hum
ble." v v ,:r
(Copyright, 182T, Pabllahara SyadleU)
DENIES PHIL BAKES
III ULIfl STABLE
Virgil Hamlin. Portland - box
ing promoter, operating from the
Portland gymnasium, slopped in
Salem last night enroute to Port
land after attending the boxing
card in Albany.
Hamlin Is the manager of Bat
tUng Slim, the fast and heavy hit
ting glove pusher who stopped
Jack, Dillon in the fourth round
of the main event here last Wed
The Portland promoter took
vigorous exception to a recent re
port In a local newspaper that
Phil Bayes was a fighter In his
"I'm not Phil's manager and
never was, although I'd like to
have him. The only fight I ever
arranged for Phil was the
In ' Portland against Benny Pelts
and that was an emergency sub
stitution,' declared Hamlin.
"The report that Sack Nash,
one of my fighters has developed
a reputation as a draw, fighter is
strictly untrue. Nash has been in
13 fights since the first of the
year. Out of these 13 xignis.
only two hare been draws, one
against Bayes at Astoria, and one
against Melntyre in Portland. He
lost three fights in a row at Spo
kane, and won two decisions and
a knockout In Astoria.
Among the fighters nnder Ham
iln's management are Battling
Slim, Mickey Dolan. Phil Jewett,
Toughle Wing, Eddie Cartwright.
Flash Keller, Tommy McCarthy,
Frankie Repose Wesley Hobba.
R6y Smith, Roy Winters, Joe Mar
cus. Ray jerreries, iiaroia uavis
and Stanley Stewart.
v Hamilton also has a working
agreement with Nate .Druxman,
Seattle promoter, who has In his
stable Frankie Lewis, Freddy
Mack, the hard hitting welter, and
: Hamlin also is the promoter of
the wrestling bouts at the Hellg
theatre in Portland.
Baby Boy Arrives
Mr. and Mrs. William Wright
are parents of a baby boy, born
Wednesday. He has been named
bout Harrison Wright, Jr.
Bits Tor Breakfast
This is cow day
j;: v7w s r -'-v '
When the dairymen of Marion
county will permanently organize
their first cow testing association
t j V " -ij
The leading dairymen in the
county and the leading creamery
men, too. being behind it. The
meeting Is at the Salem Chamber
of Commerce at 11 o'clock. i
-:i-vl ' '-;?!
The Statesman has a good many
thousands of friends and well
wishers t?,ho will n be tnterosted
in knowing, and pleased with the
information that this newspaper
Is finishing the banner October In
its history in. volume of business;
with prospects ahead for certain
steady growth. And. faith. It is
needed, in bearing the expenses
of installing the new press.
! .. S
Good Idea that, of the Santiam
irrigation district growers coop
erating with the Lake Labish veg-
eUble growers in making up car
lot vegetable consignments when
broken i lot - orders tor certain
shipments are in hand. The car lot
rates will help both, and enable
great development to be made in
our vegetable Industries.
Cel. W. B. Bartran said several
mouthsful (or is it mouthfuu?)
to the Salem Lions yesterday,
when he talked to the local den
about the flax Industry. Opened
the eyes of the cubs and even en
lightened - some of the mature
kings of beasts with regard to
what this district has In the way
of prospects for vast develop
ments in the growing of flax and
the manufacturing of fine linens
and the hundred or more other
commercial articles made from the
miracle plant that grows In 70 to
90 davs and outlasts the lives of
forty generations of men.
Where is the business center of
Salem going to be 20 years hence?
Our uuarantee protects you
absolutely. We know cars!
At a low price we sell high
; grade cars that give good
Chrysler 0 coach like new
Chrysler 70 sedan 8800.00.
Chrysler 68 coupe 8780.00.
Che v. coupe 1928 ftBOOO.
Corner Chemeketa A Liberty
Corner Liberty A- Chemeketa
: Telephone 1183
"TOo House of Conrteons
this olnt without halt trying, with
almost any Salem cltisen.
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VANCOUVErt, B. C, Oct. 28.
(AP)Jir-Wildcat Carter, negro of
Everett, Wash., took a ten round
decision here tonight over Hector
McDonald,: Vancouver, feather
weight. McDonald substituted for
Johnny Hawkes of Spokane, who
Tou can get up an argument on failed to appear. .
Nazarcne Sunday School, Oct. 30
9:45 A. M.
One Block South of Center on 19th
Preaching at 11:00. Subject "Beautiful Queen Esther's
I class "
Young Peoples Meeting 6:30. Toritio P5olra. leader:
Evangelistic Service 7:30. Subject "The Leprosy of
- Sin." - "
Hear Our Fine Orchestra and Special Singing 2
TRY OUE WELCOME
beets every 24 hours, sit will handle beets from 9,000 acres
planted this year by farmers of the Belief ourche irrigation
production of around 25,000,000 pounds of sugar.
government to uk w biucuutd. EXECUTRIX? NOTICES OF
I US amor n fill mmMnr. Utier nim-l - nmmtvmrmnii '
"Farmers of the district will receive 700,000 for their 1 self vil ted the Dominion bank ag-j Notice is hereby' given that the
beet crop and at least $700,000 more, it la figured, will be and carried tha bonds away- undersigned has been duly ap
- . . . , . . I . .1 " " j ; I pointed by the County Court of
pam ou m wages to lacxory empioyegl aaa TOT materials oseai - - ' . ; J the 8tate of Oregon for the Coun-
iU XSm TnamifJtttrrjlng pvoeeaa. I Lib 7 1 1 COdbd I tLL. ty ot Marlon, as Executrix of the
. . ... . ' t 1 nnP a ail last wIU and testament and estate
As Mr. Wattfs pointed ont in hli wmarks, the establish-I OF WRECK ON OCEAN of h. p. chase, deceased, and that
Mont n-f MnitMf .rW w Va ..t Continued from Pace One! I "he has duly qualified as such ex
" 7" - v w wc - ecutrlx: all persons having claims
far-reaching economic effects in the district where1 It Is!ra the water, while other survir-J against the estate of said decedent
tors .who did not sea sharks werel are hereby notified to present the
r, VT . . . vw UkeptlcaL One of the most Tirid same, duly verified, at the office
wmcn xney can sen Close Dy, DUI also Oy giving employment . --om word nlctnrae of the of Ronald C. Glover, my attorney,
to labor both agriciilttiral and mechanic, enhancing land .aa bu after their prey .was J" l0
values, Increasing railroad -freight traffic and generally p1 t John Lyra Charesv a u
rymmntino rrTarffw : ; AW . aei?Jp?nRe-r DOr5 : r0-. . Dated at Salem. Oregon, this
' V "aat"-i7 day of October. 1927. t
, up-of a cattle feeding Industry fc. the neighboring district I tha darkness by the searchlights! . - alta m. chase.
is anticinated: as beet nulnmaVM nna Af fta Vaf a-r.lof rescue ships, he said, revealed I Executrix of the last will and
j.i .A -ie - . . s. --:'- . C skrlekinaT men. women and chn-1 testament and esUte
jiaiMHung siock. aiore tnan o.uuu nead or catue will be fat- - chase deceased.
" , . " I aj M a i i a 11 A.
itonaia, w uiover, Attorney tor
Executrix. Salem, Oregon. . i
fened this fall on this "by-product of the rplant."
NOT SO IN OREGON
TTia ront !v?a?f M-f In A era, DaW T A - .xa:
t.v v wvtvtfew vu auuuacjr ouu ouiiic fclrttno-l jj-j v la -the
tics xrom the -state house at Salem make a basis for some chares said.
wreckage. Soma of them were
frantlcany, trying to escape huge
fierce sharks, he declared. , One
man was saved from a shark as
he clambered aboard a lifeboat by
the flashing of a pocket search-
sea beasts; eyes.
T7sk T7 YTQ Tr T? i TT5
NOTICB OF FINAL
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned has filed In the Coun
ty Court of the State of Oregon.
tnr ttiai rnimhr of Marfan bap ilnl
interesting observations. The judge says divorce is increas-l -A. ' steward of the Mosella waJTerlfied final account, as executrix
irw f or, .nTu11n rofa Cfo rrvc. tr- v.- outstanding nero or tne mgno( the last wm and testament and
" -7 -vw ,aC4 ajr uRuira o hOTrer- Alone to a lifeboat estate of Jacob M. ' Scharff. de-
snowing that there, have been fewer divorces in Oregon ha worked until morning picking ceased, and that said Court has
in' the last year than during the previous twelve montisJw aurrlvors and delivering them tHed Monday, the.2 isth i day of No-
o a A-a. - , , . . .. : 7rrttA t naareat ahln. rerardless of Tember. 1927, at the hour of ten
oecnjiary oi oiaxe ivozer snows Dy actual ligures that VT&Z-: 'mZ'a t, . . lo'ciock A. M. of said day.
- t-:jri. "i ..j ' - - . - whether It was his own r Mtm. m-A nn rv.r
Kuii a jupuisugn naa pnsseu a miiuon. xuore.peopie ana lew
er divorces. Looks as if Lindsey Is wrong in Oregon.-
Portland Telegram. -
WHY DO WOMEN NOT AID
ERRING GIRLS, QUERIED S'tV-a! Taccnrand4 all obej7-
time, and the County Court Room
In the County Court House, In the
City of Salem, Marlon County,
Oregon, as the place for hearing
(Continued from Page One)
Says an exchange: "Even dog and cat skins are now called clear sky. - NoTthert is in the 2Stnday ot November; 1927.
Dated at Salem. Oregon, the
for to fill the demand for furs in the big markets.
skins are sheared and stenciled into imitation leopard.
, - i
Iwav nf hiTtnr a arood home, and I :. LENA M. SCHARFF,
ellcltona care. She Is i among 1 Executrix of , the last will and
-t... ct.. .in i. I testament and estate of Jacob M
rat skins . make so-called "hahw seaL' I ? Rabbit Rkin are! - " ,f Scharff. deceased. I
. - r ja " "c" , n . iif....
Rxecntrlx. Salem. Oreron.
The lowlv animal with a skin that can be more-. 'f J : - Lr , O29N5-12-10-28
. T7 . . ; . . - . Though in this case, as m many
adapted mto any resemblance of furs of few days and full others, Mrs. Shank believes the
- of trouble. He is born into the world to get his growth and now well esred for girl was very
, m-a- i i u . : -. I much more sinnea againsi man
Mrs. Shank finds what all per
sons find who have to deal with
IRED PEPPER FOR I
Will laataraDy exist concerning the beneficial possibiliUes and healing xnerite of a
natural prodoct such as PACIFIC HEALTH-ORE.
That NATURE could score where scien ee is baffled might at first thought appear
a fallacy. ( ' - -".
ImpoBbler-esLj some who are ethically inclined--'a remedy to be effective!
must be definitely and scieattifacally componnded.''
" But ia not science continually making new. discoveries in the realm of Nature? Is
it not deinorastrated times without number that Nature provides some specific oi- neutral,
iiing agent to combat each menace? Is this not an age of rapid drariges--anges wtucn
come so speedily that theory, today is practice tomorrow and the sdentific beliefs, of pne
year are proved to be fallacies the next? . .
Evidence of sensational results in the "use of this natural product is overwhelming
can we doubt or ignore it? From the sale of thousands of patages tinder the posiiive
money-back guarante--requests for only ten refunds have been received.
THust say we think it wonderful it ha s nelped ns so much- writes a lady from
Idaho who is using it in the treatment of goiter, bhiisband for high Wood Ps
"Best remedy I have ever found for stomach trouble writes a i man from New Mexico.
Diabetes colitis numerous chronic ailments have yielded to. this treatmenU
. . . , i . . . . sons una wno uo iu au w.u
There is to be an effort to line up the West Stayton lrri- lrla who stepped
gated section with the Lake Labish district, in this way: aside from .the paths of rectitude
The Lake Labish district grows celery' and head lettuce and --"m the .vomMj or a "bad-
asnarairus of high quality ; , better than i the . best of other U,. n Hflm. Can be round 1 from sore, stiff, arhing iointa. It
?afrlr The. nrders are usually for Car lots: but in some easily for aU the paroled s boys noi hurt you, and H certainly stops
Ulal wa, WtWw . w ?r - aw i. a w
Bed Pepper Bub takes the "ouch
IO from the state training school;
cases lorwuacu - r - lk t tm imol te finl tirener
tion to furnish cauliflower, eabDage, peas and some other j pIaee, to which to send those pa
, efraifrht cars mar be shiDDed. eettinglroled from the; sutai training
,tf',otM" TTpminff both districts. Good idea It cannot j whooi for trirt
fcs carried too far. t ' .. ; ; ,r... : ,
TMi a truoi
SBj Bfra e SSBi e4 e8 0 Baaaaan,alaavBa
iA -us ;
fcr the 1C34 centenary celebration 4n , Salem, , f :.:te:f
a Z.i ije meiiiux ii", cuv r. 1 1 A - -r w.
::r3, ere ccin j wuu wua p'tf., - " j r; - t t
that okt rheumatism torture at once.
When you are suffering so you caa
hardly gat around, just try Bed Pro
per Kuk and you will have the
quickest relief known. Nothing has
such concentrated, ; penetrating heat
aa red peppers Just as .soon as you
apply Bed Pepper. Bub you will leal
the tingling heaa la three minutes
it warms the aor spot through aad
through. Pain aad eoreaeas are gone.
Ask any foA drorist for a jar of
Bowles Bef Pepper kJib.- Be mre to
ct tLa gcnnlae, wiU. tL nars.a Xs:ls
HERE'S THE SECRET
It supplies the system with vital elements lacking in
many cases which enable Nature to combat the con
ditions producing the ailment. ;
SOLB BY-AMi. JDESGGJlSTS