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About The advocate. (Portland, Or.) 19??-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1923)
VISIONS RUIN OF FARMERS
STATE NEWS U
Secretary Wallace Raya Going ••»ices
Will Mean Bankrupic,
Washington. D. C. — Thousands of
Salem. — Th«» Automotive Carriers'
American farmers will go bankrupt
ass»»eiatlon of Oregon has filed with
with wheat selling at considerably leas
ky Nktleaal C viiih II kt Ikk B*V
the public service commission a pet I
««««<• »I anikrie* i
Brief Resume Most Important than cost of production. Secretary Final Approval of Powers Re Hon asking that the maximum work
day for automobile stages be fixed at
Wallace declared Monday, while thoua
SCOUTS AID COMMUNITY
corded at Washington.
Daily News Items.
anda of others will be able to bold on
Salem. v-Jamea Lewis, warden of lb«>| A combination of scout good turns
only by the moat grinding eeoObmy. It
state penitentiary here under the Ol with an unforeseen and a(>eetaculnr
ths present plane of price« of com
ci»tt administration. Saturday was ap clhuax was rendered by the boy
modifies other then agricultural is
pointed deputy sheriff of Marion coun scouts of Macoa, Ga„ during the re-
to be maintained, he added, then, to
ty by Oscar Bower, sheriff. Mr. Lewis cent local glgautlc celebration of Hie
one hundred 111 anniversary of that
have general prosperity, prlcee of
will enter upon his new duties next
farm products must be increased.
Natiaais Formally Deposit Ratifica week.
In the history of Macon there had
Eastern railroads could help by mak
tions Man» Tons to He Strick
Salem,- The Southern raclflc com never been one parade unbroken by
ing subst aalial reductions In freight
traffic until the recent ceremony when
rates on agricultural products, espec
en From Navy List.
pany Friday reported a abortase of three paradea took place within three
ially it destined tor export Mr. Wal
308 ears. Uf this number 105 are days without a single luterfervnc«e—
lace asserted, pointing out how. until
closed cars and 43 are open cars, The and to the boy scouts a grateful city
agriculture, industry and commerce are
Washington. D. C - Seated about a report was filmi with the public terr- has given the credit.
1 luring the last day of the pageant
The French government's reply to brought into a more normal relation
table in the state department Friday, ice commission.
the scouta were put to the real teat
the receM British reparations note ship, “acute agricultural problems will
Salem. — Establishment of a beet of “preparedness" when a bleacher
fire men recorded the final approval
asserts that France refuses to with- develop, one after the other."
factory at Prineville at a cost of stand containing 500 |K-o(>le suddenly
“The ruinously low price of wheat
u.~w from the Ruhr except as she
approximately *1.000.000 was the pro- collapsed. A wave of horror arose
is paid, and that she
posal discussed here Friday at a con from a crowd of 10,000 who witnessed
for an international re-estimate of said the secretary in a statement. “It competition, terminate the Anglo-Jap ference held In tho offices of W, E. the sight. Immediately a great rush
is just one more acute symptom of
Germany'a capacity to PAT-
was started for the scene of th« acci
the general trouble from which agri anese alliance and sweep away the Crews, state corporation commission dent.
Panic was Imminent. The
London.—Reports that Sir Auckland culture is suffering. The disease it war clouds that have hovered for de er.
scouts row to the emergency Immedi
Geddes. British ambassador to the self is the distorted relationship be cades over the Pacific.
Hood River.- Y. Kegayama. Pee flat ately and took charge with a prompt-
It was an epilogue to the Washing Japanese rancher, arrested by State neaa and efficiency that would have
United States, will not return to tween prices of farm products and
done credit to ths situation If It had
Washington have been revived in Lon prices of other commodities.
ton negotiations, at which it had been Fire Warden Barties, was fined *15 been rehearsed with the greatest st-
and coats Friday by Justice of the
don because- of the precarious condi
in commerce and industry frankly planned to give the place of honor to Peace Oulhank qn a charge of care tention to detail. Scattering them-
lion of his eyes.
selves In the crowd, a number of the
recognize the trouble, the better it
lessly setting a brush fire in a danger boys quieted the people and within a
Official announcement was made in will be for all of us. The farmer conference assembled, but instead the
few minute« Induced them to be seat-
Tokio Wednesday that the scrapping could get along fairly well with pres formal deposit of ratifications was
ed. Other scouts formed staff lines
of warships in accord with the Wash ent prices of what he has to sell if
about the wrecked stand and the In
ington treaties, ratification of which prices of what he must buy were down performed almost without ceremony. pendence district will start this week. | jured people, administered first aid.
have just been exchanged by the accordingly. But prices of other things
called ambulances and automobiles,
met in the diplomatic reception room. was said tixiay that the demand for and actually aided the doctor«, for
signatory powers, would be carried remain high. That is what hurts.
hops and the improved market con every scout, under headquarters' In
"Wages in industry and on the rail- in the presence of only a handful of
ditions had had the effect of encourag I struction. throughout the celebration
roads are almost twice as high as be- spectators, including officials of the
Heavy rains in the region north of
Ing the growers
carried hla first aid klL All medi
fore the war. Taxes are about twice department, messengers and repre
Pueblo, around Wigwam and Buttes. ss high. Freight rates are from 50 ' sentatives of the press,
Salem. — The Oregon Washington cines, antiseptics and bandages camo
from scout tlrst-ald kits and downs of
Colo., have sent the Fountain river to "5 per cent higher. Metals, build
Ambassador Hanahari acted tor Railroad & Navigation company has scout neckerchiefs were used for
up to where serious damage is fear ing materials of all kinds, are from 50 Japan and the other powers were
bandages. The whole thing was done
ed. according to reports.
to 100 per cent above pre-war prices, represented by the charges of their cording to a report filed with the pub so quietly and with so little ostenta
lic service commission here Saturday.1
Born while traveling 50 miles All of these are items In the farmer's embassies here. H. O. Chilton for The Southern Pacific company report- tion that the progress of the pageant
was not disturbed In the least. The
an hour is the start Roy Chester Olsen
success of the entire celebration
of 25« cars.
got on life Monday night. Roy first tionship is restored between agricul Laboulaye for France and Augusto
ture and industry and commerce, agri Rosso for Italy.
Salem. — William Bray of the » hinged for about ten minutes on the
caught sight of this world while his
culture will be upset and will have
Mr. Hughes sat at the head of the Sprague River Lumber company has outcome of that cullupwd grandstand,
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Olsen,
reason to complain.
table, with the foreign diplomats fac | sent a letter to the public service com and the scouts saved the whole thing.
were riding toward Vancouver. Wash.,
The mayor In bls proclamation
“The pressing question is 'what can ing each other at the sides. Without mission protesting against the service
in an automobile driven by Roy Heat
made specific recognition of the
be done to help the wheat growers preliminary the secretary stated the afforded by the Klamath Telephone & scouts' service. The chairman of the
er of that city.
get more nearly the cost of produc purpose of the gathering and added Telegraph company, with headquar Centenary committee paid the boys
Approximately 200.000 tons of Cali tion for this year's cropT Some urge that at a preliminary meeting in his ters in Klamath Falls.
the following compliment: “It would
fornia's estimated crop of 800.000 that the government ought to fix a fair office the ratifications had been exam-
Salem.—-William M. Peare of I-a have bees Impossible to have held the
tons of grapes have been destroyed price. That could be done only by the j ined and found complete. He then held i Grande has been removed as a mem celebration without the valuable serv
by mildew, sunburn and windburn, government preparing to buy unlimit up a paper embodying the American ber of the state board of optometry ices rendered by the scouts."
it was announced Monday by E. M. ed quantities at the price fixed. Others ratification and placed it in the center by Governor Pierce. He will be suc-
Sheehan, president of the California suggest that the government go into of the table.
8COUTS KNOW HOW TO COOK
ceeded by George S. Birney, also of
Grape Growers' exchange.
the market and buy 200.000,000 bushels
“I herewith deposit the ratification Iji Grande. The governor said Hint
The parley between anthracite of wheat and store it. on the theory of the United States." he said, The ■ the services of Mr. Peare had been
operators and miners over a new that taking off the market that quan others followed suit, each pronoun c- very satisfactory.
wage contract designed to prevent tity would send up the price to a fair ing the same formula, Then the
Gold Hill.—Gold mining in southern
documents, constituting a record of Oregon during the first half of 1923
a cessation of work in the hard coal figure.
“I am not hopeful of good results the day and the hour at which the has been fairly active, with develop
fields September 18, broke up Tues
day. Adjournment was taken sub for either of these plans. How would treaties became effective, were pass ment and prospecting in progress at
ject to call of the secretary of the the government dispose of the sur ed from band to hand for signatures, a number of properties. The Gold Hill
plus accumulated? What effect would
By pre-arrangement. a telephone district is the moat active with the
either action have on wheat acreage? flash went to the navy department at Sylvanite. Millionaire, and Gold Ridge
The government Wednesday I
a check-up of every motion picture What effect would it have on the acre the moment the last name had been mines in operation.
age and price of other grains and of written on the nary limitation pact.
theater in the southwest and part of
Salem.—Members of the public serv
livestock? Would the same policy be i The ink had not dried on the sig
the Mississippi valley which exhibits
commission have been invited by
adopted in case of ruinously low prices natures before orders were speeding
“feature" films or those released on a
for other farm products? The wheat over the wires which meant the strik Franklin Griffith, president of the
situation is bad enough in all con-! ing of 750.000 tons in fighting ships, Portland Railway, Light & Power com-
whether it has been defrauded of
science, and certainly the majority of new and old. froih the navy list. The pany. to visit the corporation's prop-
taxes on admissions.
our people would favor any practical process of scrapping will begin at ertles in the vicinity of Oak Grove.
The company is now expending more
Omaha laundries, bakeries, barber method of helping, but we ought to once.
than *5.000,000 on a power project at
shops, some restaurants and several be reasonable sure that the remedy
other local industries were forced to attempted will do the farmer more
close down Tuesday when the entire good than harm and not make the
Eugene.—The Eugene chamber of
city water supply became muddy as situation worse instead of better.
commerce has taken steps to have the
Can.p cooking becomes an art in
a result of a cave-in of a Missouri
name "Natron cut-off," which is the
river bank Just above the Intake at
designation of the new railway soon the hands of the boy scout. Ono
$1,000.000 Policy Taken.
match or two will light hie camp fire.
the Florence pumping station.
to be built between Oakridge, in Lane
New York.—The theater owners an
Chicago. — Invention of a “natural county, to Kirk, in Klamath county,
The Cuban government Wednesday nounced Monday it had purchased a vision" motion picture film, which
FOR WANT OF A SCOUT
changed to "Eugene-Klamath cut-off."
became the first of America’s war
*1,000.000 policy to insure the 540 mo- adds depth to the two dimensions of The Klamath Falls chamber will bo
time debtors to pay off the total
•P an editorial entitled "Hugh Kirk,
asked to co-operate.
Hero.' nnd paying high honor to the
amount of its loan. The second and tion picture houses in Greater New width and height of the standard plc-
Salem.—Remarks dropped by tourists brave engineer, who. in the recent
final payment on the balance of *8.- York against loss through property i ture. was announced Sunday by the
crisis when hta train had been wrecked
988.000 owed by Cuba was paid to damage during a strike which the mo George K. Spoor Essanay Film com here during the past few weeks In
at Van Cortlandt Park, N. Y., by con
the treasury by the National City tion picture machine operators’ union pany. which expressed its intention > dicate that the law enacted at the last tact with a log on the track, remained
bank of New York, acting for the threatens to call on September 1. The
st his engine to the end warning others
of opening up the old Chicago Essanay
nun-resident automobiles to register of the (lunger of the lini>endlng explo
theater owners said they could not
plant, closed seven years ago. to begin In this state la unpopular and ha, sion, a New York daily makes fine
The newest Japanese submarine, and would not grant the increase In
the production of the new pictures caused travelers much Inconvenience. recognition of the spirit of helpful
just returned from a short trial trip,
and the equipment for their produc California is the only other state In ness, responsibility and thought for
rank Tuesday morning at the Ka
the union having such a law in opera others which lie at the heart of scout
Dry Agents’ Ruse Wins.
wasaki docks at Kobe and 84 mem
tion on a vast scale.
ing. The editorial in pail soya:
bers of ber crew, missing, are be
Seven years of effort and *1,500,000
Long Beach. N. Y— Izzy Einstein
“A story for boys to read and ponder
Salem.—The state highway commis
lieved to hare lost their lives. The and Moe Smith, prohibition agents, was spent by George K. Spoor and P.
Is that of the train wreck In Van
J. Berggren, the inventors. In perfect
captain. chief officer, five dockyard
Cortlandt Park nnd the death of the
noted for their versatile disguises. ap- i
ing the new films, camera projection over the Willamette river at Spring engineer, Hugh Kirk.
engineers a-d tour oth.r naval of
peared in the role of fashionable board j machines and screens, the announce field will be - used for repairs for a
“An eight-foot atrip of timber across
ficers were saved.
track reused the accident, It Is
Hair dressers, who opened their
supposed that the youngsters at play
convention in Chicago Tuesday night, purchased rounds of drinks at the1 The three dimension pictures, ac August 20. All traffic for Springfield
thus blocked the rail« One Is lonth
say a wig w'll be Just as Important Nassau hotel, one of the best-known - cording to the company, have a field and points on the McKenzie river will to believe they could have done so In
to the wardrobe this season as a
bridge at Eugene. This detour is wanton mischief; surely never If they
topcoat or a dress fur women. The the president of the hotel and the area from three to ten times as great
could have dreamed of the conse
macadamized and in good condition.
wig enables the bobbed hair woman captain of waiters were charged with as that of the pictures now shown.
“If only there hnd been n boy scout
or girl to wear the new evening violating the Volstead act.
are made Is four times as large as the commission. In a statement Issued around 1 These are pranks of the sort
gowns and m.xlljtes and hair dress
ordinary motion picture camera. Is here Saturday night, has taken all that no boy with scout training or asso
Legion To Urge Peace.
ers say It Is Imperative.
equipped with two lenses, employs the credit for the recent order which ciations would ever think of playing
The Barling l>omb, r. world’s larg
principle of superimposing one pic makes possibl-t the construction of or permit to go on. When all boy-
est airplane, took off from Wilbur effort toward world peace on the part ture on another and uses films twice
the Natron cut-off, by the Southern | hood goes scouting, there will be no
Wrlgbt He'd at Dayt< n, Ohio, at 8:18
as wide as that now used.
Pacific company. The statement is thoughtless foolery that ends In trag
o’clock Wednesday, after several min-
and seta out much of the testi edy."
ut<-s of preliminary tuning of the six headed by National Commander Ows-I
Diphtheria Cure Found.
mony introduced at the hearing before 8COUTS AID MOTHER AND DAD
liberty motors Jij^ mechanics. The
Chicago. — That the deaths of chil the interstate commerce commission.
big plane rose fro the ground after York to attend the Brussels confer
ence of the Inter-Allled Veterans' fed dren due to diphtheria are entirely
Salem —The Oregon public service
Scout mothers and dads of Milwau
a comparatively short run and in a
commission has fixed a tentative val kee had n day off during the recent lo
few minutes was about 2000 feet in eration September 1 to 15..
needless and can be prevented. Is the
This was announced at legion na-
uation of *7*4.101 on the Great South cal Good Turn week when one day was
declaration set forth in a bulletin from ern railroad, which operates between set aside for good turns In the home.
tional headquarters here.
A calf with two mouths, two faces,
the health department. All diphtheria The Dalles and Dufur. A tentative On the list of good turns for the occa
sion were cleaning up the basement,
two tongues and Cour eyes was on
Six Killed In Plunge.
in children can be prevented by sim valuation of *507.032 has been placed attic, garage, mowing lawns, weeding
exhibit at the home of W. C. Talcott,
Nice.—The Rev. Hiram Grant Per- ple and painless vaccination. Three on the Mount Hood railroad, which gardens, painting and putting up screen
on the J. F. Forbis place, just south
son and Mrs. Person of Newtork, doses of toxin-antitoxin Injected operates between Hood River and Dee. doors, taking care of the younger chil
of Forest Grove. The calf was born
Mass : Charles H. Gray, two women through the skin, the bulletin says, Protests again U the valuations must dren, washing dishes, running errands,
a few days ago and is living and
who have not yet been Identified and will provide permanent protection be filed with the Interstate commerce polishing silverware, woodwork and
thriving. The animal has but two
furniture, chopping firewood, scrub
commission before September 10.
an automobile bus driver were killed against contraction of the disease.
ears. When one of the mouths moves
bing floors nnd washing the auto.
Monday when the bus went over the
Gold Hill.—The local cement plant,
the other moves, as also do the two parapet of the road leading from Nice
Hornets Stop Logging.
which has been closed the past three
to Erian and plunged 300 feet Into the
Eskimos Have Strongest Teeth.
Nelson, B. C.—Hornets have forced weeks, will resume thia week. Only
Because she came to work in an River Var.
Less than two Eskimos out of 100
the cessation of timber operations In minor repairs are being made, while
Automobile, one of the charwomen
have any signa of tooth decay. Chew
the region around Erie. B. V. The annual repairs usually require six
ing coarse froxen food keeps their
at the municipal courts building in
Omaha Bakers Warnod.
principal camp affected Is at Fruit weeks. The new quarry opened at glands active and their teeth aafe. One
Detroit has been discharged. Joseph
Omaha. Neb.—A plan will be submit vale, which was forced to close down. Marble Mountain will supply the plant of the domestic duties
of the women
Marlin, commissioner of public works ted to the Omaha city council for the
The Insects not only made conditions with limestone on resumption, while
ami custodian of public buildings. In establishment of a municipal bakery unbearable for the workers, but crest the clay nnd shalg will be quarried is the chewing of thick walrus hide to
make It pliable enough for the men to
formed the common council. He said unless prompt action la taken by local
adjoining the plant at Gold Hill? The work It Into shoe soles.
ed a great accident risk.
it was the policy of hie department bakers toward a reduction In the re
Today the soft-eooked foods of the
Hornets, wasps, bottle and gray quarry two miles below the plant at
to give cleaning work to needy wo tail price of bread. John Hopkins, files are reported to be thicker this Gold Hill will be closed and the equip civilized nations have allowed the
The council upheld his deci city commissioner, made this an year than ever before tn the woods ment moved fo the Marble Mountain glands to slow down. As a consequence
98 people out of 100 have decayed
In that vicinity.
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