a TOE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 20. 1927 i he Oregon Statesmam - " ' " Datlv Twt H9f r sua statima pu iojuaq cox?axt SIS South Ceauaereial Street, Sales. Orefoa ;R J. Heodrleks Irt 8. lleaherrr - - . : Ralph a CarUa - i Victor D. Carlaas 'Roieila Boaefc . Vaaar er Jfaaaxlaf Elites Xlty Idi tor 8 porta Editor Society Editor Ralph H. KltIf, AiTrttiB Xaast W. H. HulirMl, Clreulatiea MiMfir A. Rhoten Ueek Ediiet W. C. Ooaw ' - Pasluy StAile , JdX2C2EB 07 TH3 ASSOCXAiaD 1SS V Tli Aaeoetated Pree is eadaaWely eaUUed to tka aa far saaUeettoa at all im ttarwla craoitea t& taU pasar.aaa a La the ; diapatciiee credit! t It ; local mwi a-nallaW araU. I ' -. sxTsmss omoisi Membat Selecte Orsfoa Htwtyapera PaoUie Coaat lejreeatatlTa Daty ) fttrpea, Iatw Parties!, Eaearitr Bid.! Baa fraaelaco, gharoa Bid., Laa 4 Aafelae, Cham bar ot Coauaaree blda;. -.. .. '. THOaaaa f . Cttart Ca Saw Xarav 118 lid W. Slat Si.j CUaafa. Marqaatte Bid. iBoeiaeea Offlae ay SSS Society Idito 00 TEUETHOJTXJ ; Newa IHtM er 10S 7eV Depertmeal -Ctreolataoa OMe .SIS Salted a tae Feat Olflee la Salaam. Oracoa. aa aeeeod-eUaa atttar. Norember 19. 1027 , . I Tor ths Son of man is come to ure that which ni lost. How think ya? If a man hare aa hundred sheep, and one of them be -sone astray, doth he not leare the ninety and nine, ad xoeth Into -the mountains, and eeekth that which Is sone astrarT And If so be that he find It, Terlly I say unto yon, he rejoice th more of that aheep, than ot the ninety and nine which went not astray. Matthew ' 41:11. 12, 13. i WHAT SALEM MUST DO The cities of Pasadena, South Pasadena and Alhambra, JGaL, are disposing of their sewage in a way that brings valuable returns. . , 7 ; About 20 years ago Pasadena bought 500 acres of land, on the Valley boulevard, eight miles east of Los Angeles, preparatory to modern sewage disposal. ? it raised a roar. JThere were objections; all sorts of delays, v . yj 1 Now, there is being grown on that land ; a large tonnage 'each year of navel oranges, walnuts, alfalfa, vegetables, and potatoes, lima beans, and other field crops, j The sewage dis posal plant takes up 40 acres. There are lawns and flowers and beautiful boulevards. It is a place of beauty. Under modern methods, there is.no odor. -v ' ; ." ' J ' Some of the fertilizer is sacked and sold. Sales are in creasincr '..'.;' ; , . r ; . j It is expected in time to make the plant! self supporting; &nd the indirect benefits will be large. '. '.' ' ; The Statesman will revert to this subject in more detail, That is what Salem will have to do, eventually; ought to do soon. The plant there cost $1,000,000". ) , f ' And, right now, in Salem we should look to the time when we will haye a sewage disposal plant in locating the proposed incinerator.".' . , s . Boon. v. . HIGHEST HONOR FOR OLD WDLLAMETTE i News was yesterday received of the fact that Willamette tiniyersity has been accepted on the approved list of the As eociation of American Universities. 4 - V.. " Jt This is the highest honor that could come in the matter of scholarship. There are almost 800 degree granting insti tutions in the United States, and only about 200 are in this list . . . 4 And only three privately endowed schools in the Pacific jiorthwest. . i ", The three are Willamette, Reed and Whitman. fl This means that a student of Willamette may carry his or her certificate to other schools and this will be accepted cn face value - :' '' mto circulation inhe form of wages to thousands of factory and other employe: sr and paynients'f or transportation, sup-pllc5;--sd;Eervic3,'"-etc."';" ' ; - '"" "T" A wonderful thing for that region, in many direct and indirect waya-r-- - ' And it will be the same in the Willamette valley. This will come when we get irrigation on. a majbr scale, and perhaps it will start before And it will be the biggest single thing that will ever hap pea to this valley.' - ; j The acceptance of Willamette on the approved list of the Association of American Universities will have many happy results. One of them will be the acceptance in full standing of, the local branch of the American Association of University Women. : So that controversy : that has raged will settle itself. - ' ' . a ...... .. the indlVldaal hair, can ab3orb.' ;i- Classes were " sta4llhed vaome time ago at-the-reaUe-IUadquar-terS ia New Tork to train ope rators rta the use "of the Text-O-Meter, and .in addition a squad of women was organized to tour the country and to hold classes in erery state in order to instruct beauty ahopa in the use" of this instrument. , Among the first to qualify for possession ot the Text-O-Meter was Mrs. ' Emma Kalke Haley , care Miller Beauty Shop of this city. . c - . . . " Crowded Statesman this .morning, even with' S2 large pages. Mucn good matter crowaea oui. aaiem is cenaimy growing. . .-. - . j ' ' - . t Bits Tor DrcItfftt : l o .'..."ft Willamette feels proud .: And has a right to, with a standing as high as the best, and a history greater than moat." The Salem T.; free employment office had: in the past week 179 applicants for work and got jobs for only 68. That tells a story that must glre us pause, ; But in the tire weeks ) from August 2 9 to October 1, the S&- lem office, with only one man in charge, got Jobs for 27 el people, and the Portland office with fire people got jobs for 2190. A splen did eomparatlre showing," in fa- ror of the Salem office. i-. ' w - , I: ; The 'greatest living tenor, Ed ward Johnson, will be at the El- slnore ; next Friday erenlng. : If you wait, you may haTe to stand. The seats may be all taken in ad rance. V . ' . -i Oregon is to hare a rayon fac tory. No particulars, for the pres ent. But later. There will be oth ers. The great bulk. of the pulp and paper making business jot the United States is coming fast to this section; where the timber is. "I am one of those who beliere in the sub-stratum : of inherent honesty and in the fine rln of serrice and kindliness in out cit isenship," : quotes the Portland Telegram from a statement of: Herbert Hoover. That belief will make him an ideal president, if our Salem boy reaches that high place. And he may. v : HfflG IE cny mW BEAUTIFUL m And welcome nmt. : ; T. t- I.M ,V..l I. J.!.. t)in,M It is as good as pure gold. i Congratulations to old Willamette 1 And to her faculty and student body. And to the beautiful city that institution started; around whose hallowed shades that city has grown. And to the friends and alumni around the wide earth. WILL BE LIKE THAT nERE i i The biggest pay day since the sugar industry .was" estab lished in the Rocky mountain region, in Colorado, Nebraska, Hontana and Wyoming was on last Tuesday, the 15th, when VsX 'deliveries from the farms were paid for :? To the tune of $28,000,000. Some money. . And the total thus paid out in that territory this year will be more than $40,000,000. In addition to this money, which toes "direct to the fannerspiillions, many millions more go "Text-0-Hetcr"; Great i - Advance In Hair Work - ! , The Text-O-Meter, long herald ed as. the greatest adrance erer made la modern hair science, : is oinr to the public. Mrs.: Emma KaPke Haley care Miller Beauty Shop, 189 N. Liberty street; Salem. Or., has acquired the distinction of being among the first beauty shope in the country to hare its own Text-O-Meter. This machine, the inrentlon of Mrl Charltts Nessler, originator of the permanent ware, has been widely acclaimed both by the hair waring profession and " by , the scientific . press of this country. The machine establishes the na tural absorbing Qualities and elas ticity of human hair which is-ln-raluable' information to a perm anent waTe operator. The degree of absorption depends on the por- or tne nair wmcn is so greatly rarying that only a scien tific device such a tie Tsxt-O Meter can giro a correct indlca tion; in other .words, the Text-O- Meter determines how much liquid tions. The Ben Loin and park at the end of High street, has recently undergone a thorough landscap ing. The managers, Fred Lam port and Chaa, Cone, bare spared on expense to make this prk a rery attractive one. ; Besides many shrubs and? ever greens., there have been planted many beautiful trees including our famous Oregon fir. mountain ahs. American elm. linden, honey lo cust, scarlet maple, sweet gum. weeping wlUowa, and the native yew. This park is near the McKinley school, and is the happy ' resting place of school . children at the noon hour.. " This beautifying of that already besntiful section ot Salem adds Beautiful still more so. . and fur nishes an example tor other sec- t Saleza LXarkets -O N. 1, waeat. wb!ta .t.Id Iid waaai, aack4 .- J1.10 ' Oata. par a. alll.BK- , .M roax. muttojt aho bezt Tap ksrs ' &wi , -,. ..oeHQ.er Tap ataara- -, ,,..., ...OSQ.OTH cw ,-,: : os 3 -oa Pprlar laa-ba. graaaart , ; .IS . Draaaad raal -.. 1 Xraaaa pt-a -.. IS rOUXTST Llcat kasa Haary aaaa Bpriara . BreUara .SO .1S ; .11 SO OS. Bum, lTOTTEaTAI - titaadaraa ..- : - Buttartat .41 .48 Print Buttar -49 O. SO VB6ETABU8 Bwta. aaeaa4 Oaiaaa. 4am, fcmaaaa ttum aabbaca .,. H ww pataaoaa Oaiary. haaeaas laal lattaea ., , , .01 .so .01 .1 S0Q1.1S -1.60W1.TS O- I Q General 'Ularketm TOXTLAXTD OaVarX PORTLAND. Ora- Kwr. 19. I AT). ! Wkaat bid: BBB aara whita. Sot, Dae 11.21 M; aard vkita. Uaa ataoa. . Baartt Kaw, Dee. f 1.28 H ; fadaraUoa, uott wkitat. waatara whiU Nov, Dm.. $1.13 ; kr4 wiatar. aortkara apriaa- NaT., Dae- 1.12 H; waUara rad Hot.. !. fllVa.' Oata. Ka. S. IS paaad W. P. and arar Ka Dee. $38.50. Barter. No. 1. 41 sound B. W. Nor, Dae. $17. Cora. No. S E. T. akipsaat. Not. SIT. Dae. $3S; ditto No. S. Not Daa. $30. Millraa, standard Nor. f 37.50," 3e 127.15. . PRUNE ' Wj& Can Be Purchased at - Fr8;Prug Store C. 6c C Store . The Ace Nelson &Hunt Drug Store PHONE 83F11 FOR MORE HAT Ora, Nor. 19. (AP). 1' t Old -Iks ' - " .. ej Caldwell was Right The basis of . treating sickness has not changed since Dr. Cald well left Medical College in 1875, nor since he placed on the market the laxatlre prescription he . had used in his ; practice, known to druggists and the public- since 1892. as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. ; . t Then. the treatment of consti pation, biliousness, headaches, mental depression. Indigestion, sour stomach and, other Indisposi tions that result from constipation was entirely by means of simple vegetable laxatives, herbs and roots. These are. still the basis of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which is a .combination of senna and other mild laxative herbs. with pepsin. " ; The simpler the remedy for con stipation, the safer for the chiia and for you, and the Tetter for the general health of all. And as you can. get results in a mild and safe way by using Dr. Cald-j well's Syrtip Pepsin, why take chances with strong drags? A bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syr up Pepsin will last a family sev eral months, and all can use it. It is good for the baby because pleasant to the taste, gentle in action, aad free frjm narcotics. In the proper dose, given in the -.v..-. ..... . . .V. . ..... ..-V W " a ' i . - s $y , fit - I : . . I aWaaaaaBaaaaanaaBaBaaaBa-! muumiiuiuiijniijimimii iiiiiiinii i direcUon. It is equally effective at aU ages. Elderly "people will find it especially ideal. All drug stores have -the generous bottes. - We would be glad to have you prove at our expense how much Dr. raid well'e Syrup Pepsin can mean to you ' and yours. Just write "Syrup repsln," MrnticeUo. Ulinc is, and wj will send j-ou pre paid a FREE SAJIPLE LOTTLK. ;1 CIzristmasGift in i r I- i ' 1 t Fez Mother, Sister. . or. Dczigtecz Here Is a Practical Gift. Erery 'Woman Is Sure to Appreciate jOur Nestle Circnline -i- - -i . ".- . . .;. ... . ; Pi-. ,- -' . Fermianent Wave "71? bo other way can th hair be easily greewted tn y- the point ox perrection) m no outer way ooeai II maljitain Its natural health, aurf beanty which all the world admires. This process, dmlnl stared, by M ; Jlri. Hily, does not strefcl C- hair or make ft dry f ; cr triltle. It restore its laster and regency i n.". 1- z benuna tuur erea more pcsuuuu.1, - It tn A I m P trim kkv WAm n sn BMUAll f muim. ' i only the? la Salem offering Xextexnete serflco . 1 IZoot ::lsr-LtcrM' SIicp rrti. til? ELECTRIC' VACUUM I 'cleaners PORTIiASD, Ha j Saying pricaa: Eaatarm Oregon t!m ttty SiOiaai; ditto Talley $11.509 17: aheat $14.50; alfalfa $17; aat haya $14 atraw S7.SO lr ton. Ballinc prioaa ax a toa son, .. ucasTocx 5P0RTULSD..Ora.. Nor. 11. AP). Waeka - for waek (approximate) : Cattle 1.705, ealTea 520. boga 4.S70. aheep : Cattle: Co an pared vita weak - ago: All alaaaaa folly ataady except calraa aad Tealera. SOe lower; balk lanrhtc ataera for weak $9.75 to 9.50. with fairly liberal omf of atrietly rood at $9.60 10.00: eff. quality down to $3 and under: rood heifera neatly $88.1S; odd bead at $3.- 50. uowa ia loada to $7.60-; balk de niable aha atoek $6.50 7.15 ; eatten $5.50 dowa ; ball mostly $5.50 8. 0O; odd head $S.25; Tealera mostly $10,500 11.00; odd head ehoiea up to $11; calTai $10 down. . lien eomtared with weak ra T.irfct outeaar ciaaaaa larraly Za lower. keaTiee off eoaaidarably mora; packiag aowa 25 (9 auo lower; feeder pica fully $1 lower; week 'a balk prieaa: Light botcher $9.50 S.75; few loada Moaday $.8539.90; beaTiaa dawa U $; paekiar aowa $60 T.ow; leeaer pir aearea $83. Sharp, nominally ataady , with week ago; medlam grada tracked la lamba ell inc ataatly SllOlLSO .trUtlw fcaadywaicht woo led lamba qoatad p to $110. yearlinxa ap V $1, awes ap ta $$. ; cbioaoo Gatanr CHICAGO. Not. 19. (AP). Indtea tioaa that the United State wheat rtaible supply made yesterday will be antarg ad 1.500,000 boabala acted aa a weight aa wheat Talaea. today. Besides, aoathera Argentiaa reported sploadld rala. - De spite early aptaraa. wheat closed heary 3-1 to 5-8(3 a net lower, corn 1-8 5-8o off, aad t Twying from l-c de cline ta a shade advance.. . nmcnsssERs puis . hmw timi. 1 1 MA BtaeVTA wit tea. Tssi eslsai Stvy V , . T . l i.jt Lliaara VU ilLU.4tmiUm ash .eii, i!be. fit Knl BU Sg liatrimitlS tm&xaz FKODTOB PORTLAXD. Ore.. Nov. IS AT Bids ta the farmer: Milk ataady. raw (4 ear eantV S AS. ewt.. fob Portland; bntterfat 48e. i-oaiiry, haaTy heaa ll2Sa; Ught 15 spring 1920o; braaiara 23e; pakia whita docks 22e; colora4 nominal : torkaysaUva 101915a, Oniooa ataady. total 7S0; potatoes steady. $1.25 1.65 sack. V.; When Glasses Ares Needed "APPEAL TO (mEO! New Location r Dr. C.B. O'Neill rourtk Floor r First National Bank BuHding Pltone 2f. . i y t ' ' - j. mmmmmBBmmianBBaawaaaaaaaBawawana I . - . ' ... r ' . -i LADD & BUSH, Bankers i Established 1863 General Banking Business . -Office Honrs from 10 a. m. to 3 p. zau ALL REBUILT AT THE FACTORY, NEW CORDS, NEW BAGS, MOTORS THOROUGHLY OVERHAULED, THESE lVlACMNES ARE IN Al FIRST CLASS CONDrTION. I 50 Only to Sell at Special Price: Some of the Well Known Makes Offered are the Following: : TORRINGTON H00SIER BEE;:j:::-;--'. PREMIER l CLEVEEAND ' OHIO APEX AND OTHERS Whilo This Lot Lasts Your Choice '. a t - .. , :it Would Cost Much More Than This to trJavs These r .'' Machines Rebuilt with New Bags and Cords - - - r ' - ' - . - . - . " J ' We are Amenta for the New Premier Duplex and G. E. Qeanera The New Ball Bearinar Hamilton-Beach ! v" " . New Reduced Prxco . - ... , , . (Formerly T62.50) .. - . The Greatest Value in Sweeperdom This new model has many improvements and refinements. It is lighter in weight and easier to handle. It has a baD-bearini motor that eliminates oiling for aU time. The NEW HAIILTON BEACH TRIPLE ACTION VACUUM SWEEPER cleana thoroughly because it combines Powerful Suction plus Motor"Driven S veepinjj Brush with - Beating Acticn ri,?1 Vttio2 WtS thfs to th nozzIe and carries all surface dirt into the dust-proof bag. Any good Vacuum Cleamr will do this - LT?tJiYJ ,"weP?nsf brush looses clinging litter, paper, thread, lint, hair, ; eand the powerful suction whisks it inio the bag. SomeSer cleaners will do H.LTN ?EAS VACUUJI SWEEPER does all this and goes a .dirt'thfprL removes.deeply imbedded grit.and Mra Usht 6n eaay tohan:lG- Becaasc of lt Wo know of no cleaner that will give all-round satisfaction that this cleaner win nemac of cleaners and now the new maenmo with the improrements cxclls its former telf. rheno for a demonstration ia your ho:r.c. )1 -) n ) - . im -" ev V" I " '