St. Helens mist. (St. Helens, Or.) 1913-1933, December 26, 1913, Image 2

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Resume of World's Important
Events Told in Brief!
Madame Schumann-lleink, notej
prima donna, has sued for divorce.
Snow it) blockading train in the
Blue mountain:) of Eastern Oregon.
Banks all over the country are rush
ing applications to join the new cur
rency system.
Washington, l. C The visit to
Washington of a small army of boy
and girl agricultural club winners, has
opened the eye of experts of the de
partment of agriculture to what ran
be done in the way of increasing the
yield of corn per acre.
The four prize winner and their
corn records are: Walker Lee Dun
son, of Alabama, 232.7 bushels on an
acre at a cost of 19. tf cents per bushel;
J. Kay Cameron, of North Carolina,
190.4 bushels at 33.29 cents; Kdward
J. Wellborn, of Georgia, 181.72 rush
els at 30 cents; J. Jones I'olk, of Mis
sissipp. 214.9 bushels at 21.4 cents.
"Think what it would nieiin if every
farmer cou d approximate the maxi
mum vi.dit of corn which vntir hov
The 293d anniversary of the landing j charnpjon, Mr. Dunson, has secured."
of the Filgnms was celebrated in the ajj SecretlrT Houston to the corn
Old North Church. Boston. (growers. -When you consider that.
President Hucrta saved the London 1 according to the experts, only about
& Mexico bank of Mexico City from j 12 per cent of the land is giving rea-
failure by calling a holiday. I sonabiy full returns, you can under
stand the tremendous value
demonstrations you have made.
Roy Corn Growers Get 1t O. n.
232 Uiuhcls An Acre XsUllUyt: vJllUIl UUI3U
Will .Interest Fanner
A German balloonist with two pas
sengers made a new world's record of
1738.8 miles, being up S7 hours.
The California state superintendent
of schools advocate a uniform dress
for girls attending the public schools.
Railroads Assured of
Consideration Prouty
household and personal account; lubor
records; milk records; poultry rec
ords; the farm plot; otlloe methods;
and business organisation.
Tho newer phases of rural econom
ics, co-operative buying, producing
and marketing on the farm, will re-
small leaks tl at rob the industry ' ceive special emphasis. Progress made
much of its profits without first in these subjects loth in Europe and
America will be explained In lectures
and illustrate I by lantern slide. Co
operative manufacturing will receive
especiul consideration in a manufact
urers' convention to be held on Janu
ary 14 and 15, to devise way and
li'iins of locating factories for the
care of surplus products and by-products
in every community in Oregon.
In addition to this special work the
prarticul phases of every large indus
trial operation in Oregon will be treat
ed by college experts and their assist
ant instructors. Special railroad
rates of one and one-third fare will be
granted by all the principal Oregon
Oregon Agricultural College, Cor
vallis One of the principal features
of the present revelation in agricul
tural Industries is that of farm ac
countings Progressive fanners have
learned" that it is impossible to atop
finding and locating the leak. There
is no sure an I exact way to do this
aside from systematic farm account
ing. Many farmers Hie aware of this
fact but are not prepared by training
or otherwise to practice a system of
bookkeeping. They w ill be given an
opjKirtunity to learn tho necessary
steps in farm accounting at the winter
short course of the Oregon Agricul
tural College, January S to 31.
The course in farm accounting
of the j given by the school of commerce ilur
I ing the. short course will emphasize
! simplicity, accuracy and economy of
vj labor. The accounts will include cost
of production, investment ami returns;
A Valuable Suggestion.
"We must do something," said the
president of the great railroad system,
"to Increase our revenues. Cau you
UKKest anything?"
"I dou't know of any way," replied
the treasurer, "unless you and the
chairman of the board are willing to
go Into vaudeville or report the
world championship game and turu
your salaries In a gros eumlugs."
CIiIciiko Itocord llornld.
New York Fair treatment of the
A tremendous wave swept away a railroads and decision of their appli
mileof track on the Portland-Tilla- cations for increased rates are assured,
mook line directly in front of a passen- according to Charles A. Prouty, of the
ger train.
Mexican federals capture wives and
sisters of rebels and compel them to
trave on troop trains to guard against
rebel attacks.
The Northwestern Electric company
began its service in Portland, Or.,
bringing the first genuine competition
to the city in that line.
Refugees en route from the troubled
cones of Mexico to the United States
border are held up by Villa' forces
and made to pay heavy tribute.
San Francisco postotTice authorities
are swamped by parcel post business, !
and gave up trying to keep a record of
the number of packages handled.
An army of 120 unemployed men
camped near Fresno, Cal., were given
food and clothing by citizens. They
were strictly orderly and will move on
south in search of work.
From his private box President Wil
son joined with the audience in sing
ing the chorus of "Old Nassau," the
alma mater song of Princeton, at a
performance by the Princeton Uni
versity Triangle club.
The sheriff of Baker county, Or.,
refuses to close the saloons of that
county upon the order of the governor,
having been advised by the district
attorney that the move wou d be ille
gal, and the governor says he will close
the saloons by martial law, if neces
sary. Clarence H. Mackey denies that any
telegraph monoply exists.
Spanish aviators routed a force of
Moors by dropping bombs upon them, j
Eleven cases of smallpox have de
veloped on board the battleship Ohio,
in Cuban waters.
Illinois beekeepers will try taking
their hives South in winter, that the
bees may work all the year. I
Car thieves at East St. Louis, drove :
off a train crew and got away with j
several wagon loads of valuable
freight, I
interstate commerce commission in a
I letter received here. Reirsrdinir his
' speech before the Lotus club, Mr.
Prouty says :
"I have already resigned as a mem-!
ber of this commisson, but you are j
correct in your prophecy that the rail
roads will be fairly treated. When'
they show that they are entitled to an j
advance in transportation charges,
that advance will be granted, but the!
commission must nave mcis. tinanre f rui Helling operations next
"It clearly appeared in the investi- g,.a-Kn. drowtrs will market direct
gation I conducted into the affairs of j lo tno consumer.
the New Haven railroad that if that i An off. r of Senator Paulhamus to
company had never spent a dollar out-; market strawberries, gooseberries,
side of its legitimate railroad opera- j .Heches and loganberries through the
Newberg Growers to
Displace Middleman li
Newberg Inspired by an account
given by Senator Paulhamus of what
has been accomplished for the farmers
j of the Puyallup valley of Washington,
600 fruitgrowers gathered at the New-
berg opera house and subscribed stock ,
j necessary to purchase a cannery and
tion it could today easily pay a divi
dend of 8 per cent and carry a hand
some profit."'
Economy Campaign Is Urged.
Wa-hingt6n, D. C Difficulties ex
perienced by postal officials in teach
ing the people to "save and econo
mize" are set forth by Third Assist
ant Postmaster General Dockery in
his annual report made public Thurs
day. To minimize the problem Mr.
Dockery recommends inauguration of
a campaign of education by w hich the
people might be brought into closer
touch with the postal savings service.
A statement showing the growth of
the postal savings system is contained
in the report. At the close of the
first six months of operation ihre
were 11.918 depositors with $677,145
placed to their credit. On June 30,
1913, at the close of two and a half
years, there were 331,006 depositors
with $33,818,870 to their credit.
Leaps Through Train Window, j
Nebraska City, Neb, Vincent Ad-1
ams, a federal prisoner w ho escaped
from the United States prison at Fort
Leavenworth eight months ago and !
was recaptured a few days ago at Mis
souri Valley, Iowa, leaped through a i
train coach window and escaped Thurs-
day aftemoo.i. The train was going
at the rate of 40 miles an hour. Ad- 1
ams was handcuffed and officers chased
the fugitive through the snow nearly
four miles, recapturing him. He was 1
practically uninjured either by the
broken glass or the fall from the train, i
i Mills Are Wig Help to
j District About Hanks
j Banks This section of Washington
i county shows an increase in business
(activity. Hanks is thriving in antici
1 pation of early operation of a lumber
mill here. The Kecks company forces
j for the mill are on the ground and
, pHrt of the site is cleared. Work has
: started on the Buxton Lumber com
' pany's new sawmill.
! A foye of 20 men was put to work
ion the site, about a mile from Iiux
; ton. More thnn feet of
j timber is standing in this vicinity and
i the capacity of the mill is scheduled
I at 75,000 feet daily. A Hume will b
'constructed and a s;iur track about
j one-half a mile long will be laid.
A smaller mill, it is said, will be
j erected on the site of the Davie mill,
I two miles northwest of Hanks. Three
I surveyors are on the ground, but re
! fuse to divulge their plans.
I Three families employed by the Ec
I cle company are seeking houses in
! Banks. Two rooming houses are
! p'anned and one larce boarding house
I is being fitted up near the station.
Wheat Track prices: Club, 85c;
bluestem, 95(f96c; forty-fold, 85Ji
86c; red, Russian, 84c; valley, 85c.
Oats No. 1 white, $25.50 per ton.
Corn Whole, $36; cracked, $37.
Barley Feed, $24 per ton; brew
ing, $25; rolled, $26. 50 27.50.
Millfeed Bran, $20.50fi21 ton;
shorts, $22.50''' 23; middlings, $29ro,
Hay No. 1 Eastern Oregon tim
othy, $16.50; mixed timothy, $14;
alfalfa, $14; clover, $9r.10; valley,
grain hay, $12"; 13.
Onion Oregon, $2.75ft.3 per sack,
buying price; $2.50 f. o. b. shipping
Vegetables Cabbage, liiljc per
pound; cauliflower, 75c7'$1.25 per
dozen; eggplant, HHil2Ja pound; pep
pers, 6r.7c; head lettuce, $2.25'j 2.50
per crate; garlic, 12i15c per pound;
sprouts, 10c; artichokes, $1.75 per
dozen; squash, lj'iljc; celery, Z(i,
3.50 per crate; turnips, $1.25 per
sack; carrots, $1.10; parsnips, $1.25;
beets, $1.25.
Green Fruit Apples, .SOcfi $2.50
per box; cranberries, $1111.59 per
barrel; pears, $1.25frj 1.75 per box.
Potatoes Oregon, 80C;$1 per hun
dred; buying price, 7tK'80c at ship
ping points.
Poultry Hens, 14'' 15c; springs,
14 15c; turkeys, live, 20c; dressed,
choice, 25'' 26c; ducks, 12tf15e.
. Eggs Oregon fresh ranch, 39f 42c
per dozen; storage, 2V33c.
Butter Creamery prints, extras,
34ft3Sc per pound; cubes, 28'' 32c.
Pork Fancy, 10c per pound.
Veal Fancy, 14c per pound.
Hops vl9 13 crop, prime and choice,
20''21c; 1914 contractu, 16''18c.
Wool Valley, 16'' 17c per pound ;
Eastern Oregon, llf16e.
Mohair, 1913 clip, 26c.
Catte Trime steers, $7.508.10;
choice, $767.50; medium, $6.75''7;
choice cows, $6f" 6.50 ; medium, $5.75
lf 6; heifers, $6"6.85; light calves,
$8'- 9; heavy, $fir.7.75; bulls, $40,
6.75; stags, $6" 6 50.
Hogs Light, $7.257.75; heavy,
Sheep Wethers, $4v 5. 50; ewes,
$3,5014.35; lamb, $5. 60 6.50.
Pelt Dry, 10c; spring lambs, 40f,
60c; shearlings, 30r-00c.
Cascara bark Old and new, Cc.
$1286. 16 Left in Treasury
From 191.1 State Fair ,'tu,r 'c,ioral froct-
Slate Engineer Lewis,
aalem rrank Meredith, secretary
of the State Fair board, annources
that from the proceeds of the fair of
1913 all debts have been paid, and
that there is a balance in the treasury
of $1286.46. All records for attend
ance were broken, which was largely
selling machinery which he ha cre
ated through 12 years of operation at
Puyallup was accepted,
i The Fuyallup-Sumner association
will be equally benefited through this
' arrangement for the reason that it
.market only two classes of fruit, red
raspberries and blackberries. When
assorted car lots are ordered. Senator
Puulhamus has found himself unable
. to accept tho business, but through
his connection with the association at
Newberg it will now be possible to
market the berry crop in any quantity.
Probe Power Project
for Five-Mile Rapids
The Dalles The joint legislative
commissi) n which has been authorized
to investigate The Dalles power proj
ect, as it is known officially, visited
the scene of tho proposed electrical
power plant at Five-Mile rapids, on
the Columbia river, making arrange
ments to have preliminary borings
made for tests. The committee is
composed of Senators Day, of Port
laud, and Smith, of Grants Pass; Rep
resentative Forbes, of Bend, ani Ab
b tt, of Portland, and State Engineer
Lewis, ot Salem. Beside creating
the commission, the last legislature
appropriated f 13.000 for the use of
the committee in it work of ascer
taining whether the proposed project
is feasible.
Secretary Lane, of tho United
States Interior department. Is co-oper
ating in tho . work, the government
having also set aside $15,000 for the
investigation. The proposed develop
ment of electrical power on the Co
lumbia, five miles above this city, by
the statu and Federal government, is
arousing more interest among depart
ment officials at Washington that any
according to
who recently
conferred with officials at the national
capital. It is estimated that the
plant could be constructed within two
years at a cost of approximately $23,-
Mother will flml Mrs. Wlmiow-a rWttiln.
Srii n" b el r.. I lo tint tut lUeircbilUntu
SU(1U 111 (Milling MI!Uti.
Can't Escape Him.
On a recent examination paper 111
civic win this iticHtloii : "If (lie. pres
ident, vice provident and nil the mem
bers of the cabinet should die, who
would ofllelutoT"
Kobert. a boy of 12, thought for
some time, trying In vain to recall
who caiiiH next In succession. At last
a happy Inspiration eanie lo tit 1 1 1 and
he answered: "Tint undertaker."
Chicago Dully News.
Del tar titan oilier powder-.
producing li.l.t. dainty, whole,
soma ciIim and paati la
Mt(h grad and
moderate in price
Wa a "Ringer" at Last Election.
It l not clear wliellier Mr. Sitler la
n full member of (tin Hull Moose party
or only on the waltlnK lint. WiimIiIub.
ton I'tlHt.
In New Zealand every man out of
work ha the right to demand cm
ploMiient on work of public Improve
ment at tho prevailing ralo of wage.
Hotel Washington
Wahlni1N Kifwt. I'nriwr of 1 f ifth.
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Portland, Oregon.'
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The Impeiutor on n recent trip
brought safely acrohS the Atlantic
i'.fil persons- the Krealest human
eni'KO ever carried by any tieattoliiK
ti-Ksel. I f these .'I6t! were jiassent;
ers mid 1X12 were crew.
A famous optical work In Aiinirl
Is iisiin: nil t, tiilet r.i.wi prii In. i-. tif
tire lu'lits, the e irbouH i f whlrh ura
llllire!4ll.lle,l l!li i u salts of Iroa.
for ex.niii'iing the purity of tnuirrlu:
I'll hlch It deals.
tlliUilllllOUli V-
Ait Xalur
flow anJ tlun,
u-ith a gintl
cathartic Ir.
Pierrt' I'hat
andt'tllrt tunt
up and imnijor
ctt liver and
howtU. ll $ur
jrou gtt uhat
fou oik Jot.
Tho women who have used
Dr. Pierce' Favorite
I'rvHcrinthn will tell you
WErmt tiat it fni-J tiiem from t :uu
hflpod tliom over ininl'ul imthxI.i in
their life and -saved them many n day
of anjniish and misery. Tins tonic, in
liquid form, was devi.sed over '10 years
fr tiio wuiiiaiily pysteni, by li.V.
J'lerce, M. D., and h;w Urn soul ever
biiice by dealers in medicino to Uio
benefit of many thousand women.
JVu if ynu prrfi r i"U ran obtain Dr.
I'iirce'm t'uirit0 I'mcripttun tabli tt at
your druuvttt at St rr f.r, alto in Site
iljnirii ni 50 one crnt ttamm to lr.
It. Y. i'MTce, HufTalit, A. I', for trial box.
due to the propitious weather fair
De La Barra Guest of Japan. j wevft ani thv exhibits were finer than
Tokio Senor De la Barra, Mexican 1 usual. The balance is probably the
minister to France, arrived here Wed- largest in the history of the associa
nesday. He was received as a nation- j tion, and with good weather next year
al guest, with much honor. Osttri- i there is every reason to believe that it
will be augmented.
Mr. Meredith said that outstanding
warrants aggregating $;;wx'!.2t, a loan
of $1000 and $714.13 interest on in
dorsed warrants, totaling $.".000.30.
sibly he came to thank the mikado for I
Japan's participation in Mexico's na
tional exposition two years ago.
Really, it was rumored, he sought a
Mexican-Japanese alliance. This i
no one believed the foreign office
wouid admit it even were it true.
William Krause Released.
Washington, D. C. Word ha
reached the State department from
the City of Mexico that, at . the in
stance of Nelson O'Shaughnessy, the
American charge, the federal govern
ment has ordered the unconditional re
lease of William Krause, an Ameri
can, who had become involved in some
of the plotting incident to the 'present
revolution. Krause is now with his
family in the Mexican capital.
Brain Gone, Patient Liven.
Paris Before he Academy of Sci
ence. Dr. Robinson reported a case in
which life was sustained when a great
part of the brain had been destroyed.
The case was ttjat of a man 62 years
old, treated for a year for an appar
ently Blight wound of the occiput.
During this time the patient showed
no signs of brain trouble, but the au
topsy revealed the presence of an ab
scess which had reduced the braip tis
sue to a mere shell.
wa denied at the foreign office, but j had been paid. Arrangements already
have been started for the 1914 fair,
which will be on a larger' scale than
any heretofore held.
Accidents In State 33S.
Salem Labor Commissioner HolT
reports that tere were 338 accidents,
10 of which v,i re fatal, to persons em
ployed in Oregon industries in Novem
ber Sawmill workers head the list
with 44 accidents, paper mills second
with 88, and machine, foundry end
boiler shops third with 37. Thirty-!
two persons were injflred by rn i lroa
trains and 14 were injured while en- i
gaired in railroad construction. j
Twenty-six loggers were injured, I
four of them fatally. Eleven persons j
engaged in construction work were
hurt and one died.
Bridge Work Under Way.
Eugene The bridge-building equip
ment of Williard & McCreary was
moved to the second Noti crossing last
week, and erection of the only larye
bridge yet to be built east of Noti
tunnel will be begun at once. Laying
of track through the tunnel and down
tho Siusiaw watershed can now be
begun. The firft Noti crossing was
completed this wpek, and while track
was being laid for the mile between
the two bridges across Noti, the con
tractors placed the steel frr the first
crossing over the Lorg Tom river.
Volcano Kills Hundreds.
Sydney, N. S. W. Incoming steam
ships report that 600 natives died in
the recent terrific volcanic outburst at
Ambrim Island, New Hebrides.
Suffragists Open Headquarters.
Washington, D. C. Permanent suf
fragette headquarter have been
opened in this city to keep the law
makers reminded of the fight for equal
Congressman Pepper Dead.
Clinton, Iowa Congressman Pep
per, of Iowa, died here early Thursday
of typhoid fever.
December Strawberries Kipe.
Newport Peter Schirmer, tho Bur
bank of Lincoln county, enms into
town Saturday with several crates of
delicious strawlay ie. Mr. Schirmer
grows strawberries outdoor every
month in the yar and by carefully
crossing several varieties ho has ob
tained one called the Schirmer straw
berry, which Jwill bear fruit in cold
Manager of Klamath
Project Up and Doing
Klamath Falls J. G. Camp, project
manager for the reclamation service,
has been visiting farmer all over the
project. IliB last trip of inspection,
made in an automobile, wa along the
shore of Tule bike, where the lake
bed is being gradually uncovered by
evaporation. The land belongs to the
government, and it is his intention to
recommend a system of leasing these
lands to settlers until the unit is
thrown open to homesteaders when
; completed.
j He is now visit!.' certain section
where drainage is Tieeded and some of
; the lands have become seeped or alka
line, and he will recommend that uch
lands be freed from charges until
rendered fit for cultivation again.
j Cinnabar Discovery Reported.
Ashland Discovery of cinnabar ha
been reported by C. B. Watson, of
this city, in the Meadows mining dis
trict on Evans creek, 17 mile north
of Gold Hill, in Jackson county. There
are also indicittions of copper on the
same claim. Mr. Watson discovered
evidences of cinnabar in thl locality
last summer. He has brougth a large
amount of ore samples to Ashland for
inspection, in addition to a number
which have been forwarded direct to
San Francisco for reduction by the
smelting process.
Taxation Values Boom.
Astoria The segregation of the
valuations of tho holdings of public
service corporations as fixed by the
state tax board shows that $411,041 of
ho total amount is taxable within the
limits of the city of Astoria.
This makes the total of the assess
able property in the city $5,63fl,3!)8,
or about $2,000,00 more than it was
on last year's roll.
Oakland Ships 20)0 Turkeys.
Oakland The Christmas shipment
of turkeys sent out of Oakland num
bered 2000 birds. This, added to the
10.000 shipped Thanksgiving, make
12.000 raised this year in the vicinity
of Oakland. The local price was 20
cents as against 22 cents paid for the
Thanksgiving shipment.
Comforts in Guest Rooms.
Pickens, who traveled much and
suffered many bedrooms, nave special
regard to the. cijtiliment of Hoi ruentn'
sleeping apartments In his faisoiis
home, (d Hill. In "Charles IHi kens
a 1 Knew Mini," Charles I il by re
cords: "Each of these rooms con
tained the most comfortable of boil,
a lofikr an easy chair, t a nc-bottomed
chairs In which Mr. Dickens bad
greut belief, alwus preferrliiK to nan
one himself a larnesleil wrltlug
tabl profusely stiidleil with paper
and envelipe of every description,
and sm almost dally chance of new
quill pens. There was a miniature li
brary of books In each room, a com
fortablo fire In winter, with shining
copper kettle In each fireplace, and,
on a sldo table, cups, saucers, tea
caddy, tenpot, sugar and milk." Lon
don Tit Illta.
Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm
lender little Stomach, liver
and bowel.
Constipation causes and seriously ag
gravates many disease. It is thor
oughly cured by Dr. 1'ierrc's I JicU.
Tiny sugar-coated granules.
Newfoundland Is now roKardert M
one of tho most promising future
source of supply of petroleum within
the British empire. There, are oil In
dications for L'OO miles along the west
Look at the tongue, mother! S
coated, your little one' stomach, liver
and bowels lie. ,1 eleannlnf at one.
When pei li li, erot.s, listleis, doesn't
sleep, eat or act naturally, or la fever
lull, stomach sour, breath bad; has
sore throat, d.iirrhoea. full of cold.
KHo a teiinpooiiful of "California
Syrup of Kli4," and In n few hours all
tho foul, constipated waste. undlKtr
ed food and sour hi!. gently move
out of It lit r In how els without rr(h
Ing. and you have a ell, playful child
mk.iIii. Ank your druttulst for a 19
ceiit bottle of "California Hyrup of
1'Ikh," whirl) contains full directions
for b.tblis, children of all uses ana
for crown up.
For Sick Headache, Sour Stomach,
Sluggish Liver and Bowels They
work while you sleep.
Furred Tonirno. Had Taste. Indln
tion. Sallow Skin and Miserable Head
ache come from a torpid liver and
closed bowels, which cause your
stomach to become filled with undi
gested food, which sour and ferments
like garbage lu a swill barrel. That
tha first tep to uutold misery Indi
gestion, foul Bancs, bad breath, yellow
kin, mental fears, everything that I
horrlblo and nauseating. A Cascaret
toniRht will give your conatlpated
bowpls a thorough cleansing and
stralKhten you out by morning. They
work it ti 1 1 n you sleep a lucent box
from your druggist will keep you feel
ing good for months.
An Unreliable Doctor.
Mr. Beabury came horn from th
office one night and told his wife ha
had been to sen (ho doctor.
"Ho toild 1 was all tired out, salt
Seabiiry, "and be think I otiKlit to
awny on a fiahlng trip."
"Hut. of course, you don't belleva
him," responded the nlfo.
"Why not?" queried Seabury, In ur
prl. "Well," said Mr. Heabury. "you
didn't have any confidence n him
when hn told me I to go ta
Kuropa." New York Time.
This year there nro 3113 young wo
men enrolled at the Uerman univer
sities; 2'joo of them are Ueruian young S.t)
The 12.000,000 worth of linen
which Is tho nverngn yearly output of
the United Kingdom would wrap th
earth at the equator seven times.
When a man Is sick he send for a
doctor, when ha In 111 ho summon a
physician. Chli-avo News.
Young Women Join Sodality.
A class of young women were ra
ced ved Into the young ladles' sodality
of Our Lady of I.ourde Catholic
church last night and the feast of tho
Immaculate conception will bn ob
served In the. church today. Masses
will be celebrated at 6, 7 and 8 a. m.,
with solemn high mass at 8 a, m. The
Very Rev. A. Verhagen will bo cele
brant, the Rev. Robert Armstrong,
doacori, and tha Iter. J. Croniu, sub-deacon.
Tho California oil product In 1 31 1
wna 87,000,000 bnrrels, which was 6
000,000 barrels mora thnn the previous
in nuli;nip. TM (M. I'm l ,
la llm. .,M tif Oiorri".. i
Everybody love
Do ynu want lo learn to play Plane,
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sum w will tea. h JoU
to play fourth grade muale regardless
of number of leaanna required. Anjr
ore who can read ran Irarn by eur
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516-617 Commonwealth Hldg.
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