4' THE QUEQOlf STATHoIIArt- BMiEIIQnSSgitrTgllBAT' nQIlIjgrd: TTOYKSIBEIt 19, 1SST - Oregon .Statesman run BTAiji'WHiIisjaboaiPAjnf SI Brta Cramrcal Straet, Bstom, Orefo - I. 1. Hi4rieks ri 8. McBWrr ' ialph O. Curti, . ictor D. Cariaaa toaalla Baaoa . . ' Manarar Hturtif Kditoa CUt F.ditar "parte. Editor ' Saoiaijr KdAor 'Ralph H. Kletttar. Aararllaiaf Kanafar Oea. fi KartiM, Bopt. Maebabical Daps. W, H. HtadtfMB, CirenJaUen Mkfw K, Aj Rboto , L.iTtok Editor W, C. Cenr Pirf Editor Tt,- a.- . aS?4 0r TBX ASSOCIATED MIESSi i .w i . 7? k ,U4 , f r V ! aUttad to ta u,. lof pDUat)o all &?Mi,',t.y ?UBrw,M ,wi u tki' - -imw awi--4.j ""'" w osnrass omai . stLifH r,? Iwipia-Filli. Coaat Raprraantotlrea f.tr A ' aJt'. 7?iT t .jf '"'r Baft rruitica, 8iuira BU(. Ui Xhoaaaa r. CUxfc Co, Maw Ywte. lirna'w. Slat St.; CaWo. Majro,MU feUg. : Boaiaaaa Offiee3a or Sta eo.y Editor 10fl XXXJETBOaTBa . Hawe Papaya at 10 ; Dapartmant Cv-eaiauaa Offiee 3 EaUrad at Ua Peat Oliea in Balaa.Ora.-au. aa awaJ-ea matUr. (.' 1 Korember IP, 1027 ; : .-.' . i For the Sou of v man Is come to save that which -wa lost. How think ye? If a man hare an hundred sheep, and one of them be one astray, doth bo not leare the ninety and nine, ad xoeth Into me mountains, and seekth that which is cone astray? ;. And if so be4 1111 n una u, reruy say unto you, he rejoice th more of that heep, than of the ninety and nine which went not astray, Matthew 18:11. 12, 1J, ? i WHAT SALEM MAKES MAKES SALEItt One of the small cities on the west side of thwillamette has a-new industry. It is a factory for makinjr candied fruits ; putting apples, pears, 1 prunes and other home jgiown fruits in the form of delectable confections, and adding.a lew walnuts in each package to enhance its attractiveness and toothsomeness m ' , And that is a fine idea. It should go far.1 There is room for a vast enlarging of the idea. Salem has several prune and walnut preparations! that ought to be pushed. Our people are interested ina prune drink fac tory in Portland. It should be brought here and the idea pushed- '-:';: y---i:)-"'i:- And we should be making maraschino cherries here. On a large scale. Using a considerable proportion of our sweet cherry crop: .. ' . T' v We should get a potato'starch, flour and dextrine factory, and this is more than possible, soon. " ; We are doing wonderfully, well in our cannery and barrel ing plant developments, but we should have jam and jelly plants. There are great expansions possible in this field. Its development would put the Oregon gooseberry, industry on the map in big letters. " , We should can asparagus on a large scale, comparable to the immensity of that industry in California. All the small new factories we have been getting, where they have good reasons for being,1 ought to be expanded. Payrolls is what Salem needs most now. r Payrolls de pending on raw materials from the industries on the, land. The idea of making up attractive packages of 'our nuts and fruits, being followed out by Earl Pearcy, is a splendid one. And we should, of course, chief of all other, things at present in hand, put the linen mills on their feet thoroughly; let them have a chance to expand; to invite specialty mills waiting to come. Provide them with . their raw materials, the linen yarns. 'v(v- ";-':';": We should soon double the number of our manufacturing concerns, and help to make those already here larger and more prosperous, to the end that they may employ more people.. ; ' ' . JUSTICE McBRIDE HAS A BIRTHDAY: j (Oregonian) j The testimonial to Justice Thomas A. McBride of the su preme court of Oregon, at Corvallia on the occasion of his EOth birthday, was well bethought. Justice McBride is a native son of Oregon and for f iftyeven years has been identified In this commonwealth 'with the 'practice of law and the conduct of courts. Even in the vigor of his good gray years he is traditional, and memories of old days and cf departed heroes cluster round him. They are commend able memories, fine recollections all, as is the character that inspires them, .; ),--'.. U,:--:; : LX'J .t-'ll 'In the "public life of Oregon, since veryj early times, no family has been more often honorably to the fore than that of the McBrides. Indeed, this is true also of the entire northwest. Distinction of manner and talent, "and a. high concept of every obligation both private and public, have characterized the records of the house to which Justice Mc Bride himself has brought so much of honor; ; The Oregonian joins with the state, and with his, intimate friends, in the common message of good will, appreciation and affection.. ra4 riderg by eheei1 ability and alertnes and he again camd tacki aftei Bufftrin.for inShth from hjurie xt celted froni a fall ia'ajraee-j frcml ?hich the dodiors said hS could nevef recover sd a3 id be able id fidi again i dame Hack ihreugh ibd feiercisd of all but superhuman pluck 1 - - i j ; - - - . And his friends in Salem are hoping that he may win hid old place, and a higher' one, In the hearts of all who love clean sport in this countryi the people of Which admire fail play The people of Salem who know him best are ready id testify that he is square and clean. t f , There must be a way" provided to take better" care of cases of distress in Salem. More Work Would be the best way, -but our mauitries are so maae up now tnat we nave a good deal of seasonal work, and there is a wintei dull seas on. -We need all our seasonal labor at harvest times and we have a long harvesting season We must help tide the unfortunate ones and their families over even the improvi- dent ones. How shall we do this? Who has a suggestion for the reorganization of ,the board of charities ? Or the organ ization of a new one? The people of Salem will respond to this need, if they can agree upon common ground. Of the need there is not any doubt whatever. Every one .will remember the furore of discussion which was let loose in the musical world last February when John McCormick declared at the time of hii recital in London, "I am not the greatest tenor in the world' and when asked, "Who is?", he replied: "The Canadian finger, Edward John- son. He is the best all around operatic tenor ill the World' Edward Johnson is to be in Salem next IViday evening at the Elsinore. He is next on the Salem Artist series - The above words in the editorial columns of the Oregonian are well said and truthful . J : . As Salemites know as well as or better than mpst people This city has had as useful and honored residents mem bers of the , McBride family for these many years ; almost ever since and all the time Salem has been on the map. The mother of our Dr. W. B. Morse was a McBride. Secretary cf State and afterwards Senator George W.; McBride: was known and loved by all Salem. - . s -. . . . Every one in this city would wish to be included in fe licitations on Justice McBride's EOth birthday, and hopes for many more useful years of his life. SALEM IS FOR SANDE Earle Sande, greatest American jockey, Is a Salem boy. His people live here and are good citizens And every one in this city would like to have it known to Earle that they are for him in his fight to be reinstated by 'the Maryland racing association, by which his license was suspended for the alleged offense of. fouling another hdrse end rider on a far turn in a recent race. Earle proved his case before the board, by witnesses, two cf them jockeys. ; It was the word of three jockeys who witnessed the affair at close hand, against; the word of three stewrrds who saw it from the distant judges stand, rnd the tsJociation 'off icials'" took the word of the stewards. Here is what the Springfield, Mass Republican, one of tha greatest, ablest, cleanest of American newspapers; has to say about the affair: ) . , . "The racing game" has been under too grave suspicion in recent years for its skirts to ba cleared by a 'sensational :;::ture in 'mAjdng a Eacrifice of a game little youngster of Lilhcrto untarnished reputation who probably has more rr;:7.d3 than r.U the racing association officials and million ro'ttzlla cxncrs,-including the sainted Mr. Sinclah of oil S. H. S. MUSICAL GROUPS PLEASE LARGE AUDIENCE (Continued from Pas One) fered last night were "Moon beams." " "Sun beams." and "Dreamland." . i "Spanish Steps' executed by Miss Cynthia Delano were a grace ful addition to the eTeninc's en joyment. " . ' i ' : The work of Miss Lioia Plummer as accompanist for the orchestra was notable as was also that of Miss Doris Ross and Miss Marjory Odell. . : i The art department of; the school under the instruction of Miss Brautl contributed the beau-i tifulatase settings and a number of the clerer costumes were fash ioner by Miss Stone and her sew ing classes.' - ! - The amateur electricians. KeUy Moore and Carlton Roth, obtained elaborate lighting effects which added greatly to the beauty of the program, which was aa follows: L "Just for Fun" M , High School Orchestra ! : XL .. :; L;J, "Danse Macabre" . . .Baint Baens Stella Wheeler. Larkln Williams. OUre Smith, Hairy Skelton. Ken neth Abbot. Walter Enifeldt. and Vance Norton. III. . ; ; "Marche Mllltalre" .... Schubert S. H. 8. Orchestra -IV. Morning" Orleg Tie Morn" ........... .Oelbel Chorus IX v. ; i Dreamland" : i r Doris Clarke. Hoshle Watanabe, Carol Waterman, Lucille Cum-I mlngs. Helen Ralph, . and j Irma Sawyer. : 1 ; Poplars , i . Barbara Barbara, Doris Ross , vn. Taps Marie Gumming l ? vm. " i " "To a WIld-RClse-: . r .McDowell Ellen Jean Moody, Jeanette. Scott and double Quartet , "Allah's Holiday" ..... Chorus IX x.-'.i'Ui' Skit - . Charles Bier and Mr. XI. i 'Somewhere a Voice Is Calling ....... Victor Wolfe and Orchestra , . - XII. , ; . . Perspicacity" . ....... .Qartlan BiUle Cupper, Carol Braden. and Garlan Simpson XIV. Saxophone Moans f : Raymond Marsh George Settlemeler ) j LochinTar" " ' ".':; Floyd Albln and Company ' 5TVT. "The ramify Clock" ' - . Orant-Schaeffer "Mexican Serenade" . ; . i Lemon t - Chorus ; II - '- 'r . XVII. : ; ; Spanish. Steps - : Cynthia Delano ! h- XVIII. . " e "Can't Yo Jlear Me Callin' " . , , . .Roma Fred Haynea. Laxkin Williams, Charles Bier, and Victor "Wolfe XIX. i "Slaroniaa Dance" . . . . . . Ascher Orchestra , . ; tt, - r-! f "A Sohg of India" - ' RInisky-Korsakoff Leonard Chadwick, Maxlne TJlrlch : Frances Laws, and Chorus :'- '7:U:i::V::. - XXL Sunbeams" TI1EGE0L00IC1 Th Federal Government U Doing- Mueh Ir, ThU -Field At Present L- a .Frlml Gamble mm .. .Tate each speaker was belled down promptly When the three minutes were up. I XtepreseniatlTes of Aurora, the home of tbe pkfcle factory j Hob- bard, "where Terytblsf grows r' Frultland, the home of the Nobel French prase; Gerrals, waere The mint crop Is stored tn tbe etf ons est bank; Donald, an Important point Ott the proposed third state highway; and Canby, the half way point to Portland, were among the first to tpeak. Hayesrllle, Sunnyslde, Balem Heights, Kaiser, Stayton, Silrer- ton, SeotU Mills and Marion were other communities represented. ' Club Represented Speakers from Marlon county communities and ' organisations were Henry Crawford, represent ing' the Salem chamber of com merce; Dr. Henry Morris, of the Klwanis club; "William Strand burr, of the Pacific Power and Light company, Portland; A. F. J. Lafky, of Marlon; E. O. Robins, of Aurora; Cecil Espy, of Wood burn; Nobel Andrews, of Fruit land; H. B. Brown, of Canby; George T. Wordsworth, of Ger rals; H. Goode, of Donald; C. M. Critten. of Hubbard; Senator Lloyd Reynolde, of .Hayesrllle; Chas. Wethers, of. Kaiser; Mr. Duncan, of Stayton; Charles John-; son, of snrerton; and J. O. Dix on, of Scotts Mills. The Clackamas County Union of clubs was Introduced by Its sec retary, Barney' O. Garrett, who first called upon E. A. Koen, edi tor of the Oregon City Banner Courier, for an address. Present officers are Merton G. Ellis, presi dent: Fred W. Robbins, rlce-presl-, dent; and Mr. Garrette, secretary. Mr. Ellis responded for the union to the Marion county federation's gTeettng. . An InTitatlon was extended! to the Marlon county people to at tend a return Joint meeting at Oregon City, but this through for mal action taken a moment later, was changed to a call for the next annual meeting next year. The Clackamas county people also ln- rited the Marion club members to a session at Mllwaukie December; :: Community speakers v were as follows : ' -' ? . v - " r. - - Gladstone, T. V. Yanney; Can by. Howard -Belton; i White City Park. Mr. GUliei;. Mllwaukie. Mrs. Johnson; Colton, Herman H. Chlngren; Sprtngwater, Mr. Shear er; Oak Lawn, Mr. - Llrlngston ; Molalla; Gordon Taylor. . The laet speaker, but not by any means the least Interesting, was J. J. Inskeep. county agricultarist for Clackamas county, who - de scribed the work of his office as a reminder to Marion county people that they are missing something by haying no agriculturist. ; His office sared Clackamas county farmers $25,000 in the purchas ing of gorernment blasting pew der alone, he stated. (The' felowiaaf letter' from the director ef thi Inderal geological safre, fiepartmeiif H ih4 inletU bt, Washington, D. 0. iahdeiP date" of Norember Tj td Congressman WV 0, Uawle. ia sell eplana ton may be Interested te a brief statement ef the MtlTities ef the federal geelogieal tiuttef id your state which the inelesed teem Orahdunt gireS, being eempoe4 ef extracts from taf annual fcdiBl&Is trattre report, how id presrf. The geelogieal Surrey as you perhape know maintains a branch of floe at Portland la the pest ef- fled bttUaUagV ia eonaeetlen with its waUr feeottreeg worky with F. T, Henshaw, the engineef ia charge. Geologic! ftartejS The Ladysmlth Iresore traet, the piggih ttMi, tha traet ef ere land of tlte Oregea Xfoa On ee pOrfttiefi, and the Bunke? Hill traet ia Columbia eotiaty, : Qtege were examlfied by 19. F. fiufeihafd. Methods and este&t of prospecting And tharaltef of 0t4 Wer noted analyil wef 6btained, and tu diet were made ef possible mar ket for the ore. ToporapbJo garreyS 410 square uilee of new sur reys were made during the year bringing the percentage of the state mapped up to SI percent, a contrasted with T the arerage ' of 42. S per cent for the whole coun try. In cooperation with the state engineer of Oregon the surrey of the Bend quadrangle was complet ed. At the request of the forest serrice the surrey of the Elkhorn Quadrangle was completed. - For the conserratlon branch plan and profile surreys of the Middle' Fork of the Willamette rlrer and Sandy rlrer were completed. Water Resources Inrestigations A total of 88 gaging stations were maintained in the state, in cooperation with the forest ser rice, the weather bureau, state and 'municipal officers,, and prt rate persons. A report on reserrolr and tun nel sites In the Owyhee Irrigation project, by Kirk Bryan, was com pleted for publication in a water- supply, paper. Geologic examina tions of 43 dam sites In the west ern part of the state were made, by H. T. Stearns, who prepared a report on these sites. Mr. Stearns also partly completed a report on the geology and water resources of the middle Deschutes basin. Concerratlon Branch Under the two functions of land classification and mineral, lease administration the actlriUes in cluded the following:-; Made field examination of homestead applicatlo&a, designat ed S.2SS acres under the enlarged and 8 8,8 S 2 acres under the stock raising homestead act; added 820 acres to public water reserrea; added 88,748 acres to power-eite reserres; and ' elunmatea l.n acres; made power surreys, lnres tigations, and reports on Middle Fork of Willamette, Sandy, TJmp qua, McKenaie, and Silets rirers; supexrised 4 coal permits and 2 coal leases with production of 423 tons. 1 sodium x permit, 1 potash permit, 1 oil shale lease, and 19 oil and gas permits. .FLOODED" EASTERN RIVER BRlNGS"DEATH"TO" T.7AWV 131 EU 1 f I $ T . sMsaaweer fMmm 'mirJt-ym kv i 'h i i ' O,' Ml a. Til nrf I rtl , (mi, mm, I '-.-.,,;..:-- : . q . o rThis photo shows a yiew of the Winooski rlrer near ilontptlier, Vt, where " exceu!re rains' hatt .brought about the worst floods la the history of the New England states. The rirer, a rsgJng torrent brought death to doaenay- , " " - "::-' ' ' . y - - 3 10 JDIHUHCE TESTS ON OREGON THE MORNING aAHGUMENT NO K1SS1NQ FOR SHAW "Sex Appear in Morlee Does not r Attract Dramatist LONDON. Nor. 18. (AP) Geora-e Barnard Shaw does not care for kissing as a spectator. The reteran ; dramatist told a group of motion picture exhibit ors this afternoon that he prefers to do the kissing: himself. He was discussing "sex appear declaring that It Is a delusion and a snare. "The whole history of s the dn-4 :!r Z:z v. cn hlj v. lema prores that sex appeal Is one I factor that can be omitted , from Lucy Brown, Elolse Wright, Bernist pictures.- ) Godsey; and Helen Mlltonberger xxii. ; , EnsetnSle: "I Passed by Tour Window" . . . , .Brake : . ,-. . . Chorus ' , ' STATE C0UBIHE PLANNED FOR COMUUfilTY CLUBS j Continued from Page One) erer to the different deleeatiece for a three minute speech from each. . Charles Wilson, secretary of the Salem chamber ef com 7 to ' jrrczuexshi? iorj"Arneiistiatau-io &i "O, B. 8. described himself as "what they call in America, a mor- le fan.' .l??ii-;-? "Who arjwthe sUrt wka hare been most' tttwfi!ir he was asked an V CStwertng! ',: r-? 'Chari:e CpUn and Miss Pleg ford eh'd27 nd they hare never ueed 'srx r;5fl.;::r - kFov .try prrt I find it extreme ly tanUL-.rj to aee another gen tlemg, .glssjjf ft heautlfal lady, I would yzzti prefer to do It myself without f large lerewd of en loekerf J Read Iho Classified Ada WANT NATIONAL GUARD Farther Suppression of Strikers Urge! ob Ooremor DENVER, , Colo.. Nor. , 18.- (AP) Increasing pressure Is be ing brought to bear on Gorernor W. H. Adams to call out the na- ttonal ereerd gar elaty in the Colo rado coal field where an I. W. W. strike has been tn progress - for nearly fire weeks. C';'k: Louis N. Scherf, head of the law enforcement cepartment, told the chief execntlre the situation In the southern Colorado ; fields ' was quiet, but that tt might be the calm before the storm. Scherf wan f the opinion that uniformed guardsmen , would greatly facili tate a peaceful settlement of the strike. (Some one (unknown to him) has put on the desk of the editor of The Statesman the following, under the reading, -"Oregon Intel ligence Tests." Does some public school pupil want to answer them. for publication? Here they are:) 1. What seaports has Oregon T 1. What part of the state i called the inland empire? 8. What single Oregon county Is larger than Vermont? ;4.: In what county Is Crater Lake national park? 5. How many tourists rUlt this park annually? , . Where is the largest fresh water lake in the U. S. west of the Mississippi rlrer? 7.- Ohio has a population of 100 per square mile. With the same density of population how many people would be tiring in the Wil lamette ralley? . : 8. What minerals are mined in Oregon? Where? 1 8. A tourist drirlng through Oregon on the Pacific .highway traverses what three large ralleya? 10. Name ten counties east of the Cascades In ten minutes. O- i Bita Por Breakfast o 1 Put It orer big ;p - ; W What Salem makes makes Salem ' w 7 - And let's make things enough and of the rixht kind In Salem to make 8alem bigger and more pros perous erery yeair. That is the kind of prosperity that will stand any storm or stress. ;Srr;. S -k The poor we may not always hare wtth us. But we hare, more of them ' now than at anr former time, and Salem's charitable peo ple would be glad to proride against their distress, it they can be shown the way some way to get the help at the places where it is most needed, and ia the most direct way, with the leant possible orerhead. ' "a V Who is the greatest tenor - ia the world? John McCormick was thought to be. But he says he is not, and that Edward Johnson la. AUNT HET ttt tlehari Que "Them Zolks that mored here from the county seat has the city manner, but they ain't got much consideration. xThey come to see us Saturday night and stayed till after , ten o'clock, and it bath night." -. . (OoprrisW 1921. .TrnWrnhm Brmaieata) POOR PA Oy Claude CaSaa. j j "That salesman had so much confidence In this stock that he talked like he'd done me an In-' justice by not eellin' me sooner." (CeprrtsM. XVkt. Fabllahara BrxlieaiaV WelL Edward Johnson will sing In Salem next Friday erening at the Elsinore. If he does not fill the house, who can? ' 4 ; ' ' :: W That waa a great booster meet ing last night at the First Metho dist church. The right spirit. The 'surest way for this ralley to grow Is to an grow and prosper together. ' Ruth Elder has signed a eon tract tor 100 nights of randerille at a thousand dollars a night. She says shell use the money tor pre parations tor another trans-At lan tic flight. The great majorKy of the people of the obserring peo ple of the world would be .more sympathetic Is she spent her time in training and studying aero nautics along 'the lines under which Lindbergh prepared him self tor the great adrenture If she has the natural talents tor such work. Otherwise, she merely makes herself a fair mark for the tool killer, "and ought to Join the suicide club. NEEDS TIGHTS, ANYWAY Cowgirl From Texas Can Bide, aQ Right, Yet Has Doubts CHICAGO. NOT. 18, CAP) A Texas cowgirl is willing to repre-j sent Lady Godira at the Chicago Dorr in an article in Liberty. arts ball : here next week with reserratlons. - Sending In her photograph ia riding, costume,' the mias append ed note regarding her q.aallfic& tions to -represent the gentle woman whose ride unclad through Corentry on a white horse is to be reproduced. . . "If yon want a trick rider, I can Ta do anything in that line," th ' wrote, "but I would not appear before nobody without anyhow some tights. LOW DEN'S HAT IN RING Four Prisoners Pat to Death Just Half Hoar's Time tn TRENTON, N. Nor. 18. (AP). In the space of exactly a halt an hour tour men were put to death tonight In the electric chair In state prison for the mur der "of a paymaster. Each died wtth Tenement declarations of in nocence. The men were Joseph "Big Joe" Juliano, Christopher Barone, Jo seph "Little Joe" Juliano and Louis "Kid Ruff Capoxsio, all of New York. They died in. the or der named. V It la women, and not men. in the long run. who transmit family traits, points out Rheta Cbilde MEN EXECUTED RAPIDLY Official Bid Mado for Instructed - Delegates) From Dllaots , INDIANAPOLIS, - Not. II. (AP) Frank O. Lowdsn, former gorernor of Illinois, will bo a can didate tn the Indiana primary next May for the republican presiden tial preference. Tote of the state. tt was announced late tday by State Senator Alonao II. Lindley. ef Kingman.. - Etnator X4adley, ' one of the leaders la th Lowden taoTeaeat, aeeiam he was authoriied to make the statement by Illinois friends. ef Lowden,. who are (n paring to carry en aa aetire earn- WrestHaa Is enjoying a rerlral ef Interest, shewing that the mll- lenlum. PM pet J come, . . Tn ,;Hv BIG ELEPHANT P UZZLES Name the weight of Ute Elephant--Win Hudson Super Six Coach or Nash Coach COME ON" tWUHTITl MUM MITTafTJat TAZiXra 8x178.00 TO B3 OrTXX AWAT A"?-?l BODY! UERITS A REAL , BRAIN T1CSJLEXI A NEW AND "bk. ear a. m."-r "LvP. .VlX . - ...rV.---ViX Your WHAT io TtffiWzifitrr cr the iiibf'aftn t 7rtre Today Fov Details LOW r 0V FOH THE PUZZLE feriawe ja aJeapt U - Us firMl 44 U H ft tMrt8H la lt 4?4.it xf-;t Lp ? i -' Hfec JnA i K I. f 4f .;,.. ma' aa ".jell y ... a f-v fVly "?, ufert Vs? un if ta m - f PHEi'fcli , It fO , f 14, , - -- . 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