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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1922.
THE. OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, OREGON.
, COatUO KTKCTS
Intar-StaU Sair. Svokaaav
Laacola Coaarjr Wx. Toledo,
) to B.
Jraj Harbor Sair. Kb
vm a. - ,
' UrBaral connnUoa of Ptotntaatf Iptsctnial
Chare of awanra. ForUand. En unbar s-2.
- - Orogoa cosfaraae of Methodist chart-h.
Saiaa Safrtaatbar B-1L
racili Utmu Matluxfist oanXoroBco. t' Mty
wuo, sepicsioor o in.
Stow Hotel aaaoriatlna.
or M and .
Mnltnnaiah Coontr Sunday Scbooi
' ttoo annual ooBTanUao. jortlnrt. gupioihor
11 ami li. "
Ciaxaop County . Fair,. Astoria, Septeobor
12 to 14.
Tillamook Count lair, TUla&rk, aaptaat-
Cooo and Corry County Fair. Jajrtla Point.
Ktptaoibor IS to 1.
la'taHL Cmt J41" aWpfataoar
oaolJrtoiaJUa!r Walla. Bop-
fn imu4 eontercnce of the liataodisi
eAurcn, TaooonTor, Waafa., September It to IT.
Bpum614.llil' 0Bt,r"'0' I'oruaud.
fclgy Hay Halt. Browrfilo. optaa
or 1 a to IS.
Kortawaat Grata and Bay Show, Paodltoa.
Scptcabac 18 to 2S.
JRWaaiuoto tato rair, XiUoa, AapUaabw
V Ccuoty rair. Euscca. Soptemoar IS
Columbia County Fair. St. Holona, Saptaav
IS to 21.
; daekaauo County Fair. Caaby. Boptatabaf
Joaapaiao County rair. Grant Pass, Bop
tunber IS to SS.
i Jgrer Columbia Fair, Astoria, Saptasmbor
2oiiai IMZ1 Bbo' BnkJ Bt"fmtr
; -fur Coast? Fair. Ontario. September
O to 23.
, Tamam Coaaty Fair. McMlnnrffla. Bap-
tcmbar 20 to 22.
' Korwatlaa - Danish eonfcnaeo oC
al.tboOiat churcn. Portland, Septombar SO-14.
Bound-Up. Fabolatoo. BopteilSibor 21-SS.
Soutn.ni Wasco County Fair. TjrU Vallay.
September 21 to 23
Grant Coaaty Jair. "Joan Day. Boptawbac
24 to 20.
Hcnaiatoa Bcr and Dairy Show. Hermistnn.
September 23 to 20. -
Orasoa State Fair, galea. Sepmb 88
Idaho State Fair. Boise, Boptembsr 25 to SO.
CowUta County Fair. Woodland, Waah..
September 27 to SO.
Cranberry Bbow, .Lone Batch. Waan.. Sep
tambsr 2 to SO.
Cruon CouaAa- rair. Hin. Baptaabar 28
Prune Fasti Til. Vancouver, October 19-21.
Oregon Inter-Stato Fair. Prmerilia. Octo
ber 8 to 7.
- Klamath County Fair. Klamath Falls. Oc
State convention W. C T. TJ.. McMinnrUle.
- WEATHER FORECAST
Portland and Vicinity Tonight and Satur
day fair and warmer; northerly winds.
Oregon and Washington Tonight and Sat
urday fair and warmer; moderate northerly
LET THE JOT7B1TAI. BERTS TOTJ
, AT BEACH ISLAKD RE SO ST
WUi ji aura eft ju rarattol
ra will (lad Tho Joaraal aate
at tba loUowisr Utes st U stsai
Barrtew, Or. Sir a. Ooorr TtaK
Bay City, Or.....ir. W. C, Hawk
CaBBea Bases Jobs Jlyirs
Cslssok, Wssb. Itsss Ksstkoa
GaxlbaJdi, Or. . C EIIU
Gesxaart. Or. I M. Us Is
liwaco, Wut Jsks O'Slaars
19 osatk, Waak...W. W. MarU
Maabattaa Bcscs, Or.
Jdra. O. 1. HaatoH
Hanxaslta, Or aU 6. KardaU
SsScotta, Waaa..Trondaa A Brows
KcaaJem, Or Aakalem Sras; Co.
Netarta, Or. Mary K. Baayaa
Sswport, Ot.... M. 8. Hsst
Ocsaa Park C, A. Bhmo
Oeeaatida Boacabers: Bras.
FaelfJe City .....Ot H. "Ward
Bockawmy. Or p. MUlar
Boaaida, r. '...Elbert . Boles
Ssswtow, Wsssw. 6. I- Fatvaa
TlTianiook, Ot. Clay tea Hoy
Twia Rocks, Or. TK J. Tas Seyoe
Tsqslsa W. B. CaataOsf
Brls-stoB Urs. J. T. HeTstyrs
OoTrrnmeat Camp. .1 F. PrtcVmora
BJbododosdroB Sirs. E. Frassettl
Cherry TUte. . .Mrs, W. il. Stix-kJey
Sasdy Limber Co. Mtora
Ttmtf'i lloastala Horns
7. H. Tawasy
Velohss. .... W. X. lTsla
Wilholt, Or. F. V. sleLaras
A trough of moderately Jow pressure extends
irom me sonuiern r-acutc ana souinern i'laieau
atatea northeastward to the upper Lake region,
with centers of depression over Arizona and
Vinneaeta, The pressure is relatively high on
the north Pacific and north Atlantic coasts.
Ught rains hare fallen in portions ' of Eastern
Oregon. Eastern Washington, the uppor Mis- !
sonn ralley. Western Tennessee, and The East
Onlf states. It is much warmer in Northern
California and lower l.Ke region, and corre
spondingly cooler in the northern Bocky moun
tain states; elsewhere only slight changes in
temperature were reported.
Relative humidity at Portland Noon jester
Jay. 62 per cent; 5 p. m. yesterday. 48 per
sent; 5 a. m. today. 88 per cent.-
Precipitatlon since January 1 Total, 20.34
Inches; normal. 26.11 inches: deficiency, 5.71
Inches. . FRANK GILLAM. ,
Buffalo. N. T. ....
t'algary, Alberta . . . . .
. Ies Moines. Iowa
Edmonton, Alberta . .
Kteano, CaL .......
Honolulu. T. H.
Huron. S. D.
Kansas City. Mo. . . .
' Ixs Angeles, l al. . . .
Marsh fie Id. Or
New Orleans, La. . . .
New York. N. Y. . r .
North Head. Wash. . ,
North Platte. Neb. . .
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Portland. Or. . '. .
Prince Ruiert. B.
Howell. N. Tit. ,
St. Ixiui.v Mo
8u Paul. Minn .......
St- Ike City. Utah...
Kan IHego, Cal
San Francisco, CaL . . ,
Tatoosh Island, Wash. . ,
VaJdei. Alaska ......
Vancouver. B. C. a
Walta Walla, Wash.- . .,
Washington, D. C
Winnemucra. Ner. . . . .
, J. 70'
Afternoon report of precedinS day.
Simon to Be Gaast of Honor Joseph
.Simon, formerly United States sen
ator from Oregon and for 50 years a
member of the state bar, -will bo 'the
etueat of honor at a luncheon rrext
Tuesday noon at the Portland hotel
riven by members of the Multnomah
Bar association. Judge Robert a.
Bean of ' the United States district
court. Justice Thomas A, McBride of
the Oregon supreme court, and Judge
Martin L. ripes will be the speakers
at the luncheon.
Retsras Front Scotland Robert
Crosby, comptroller of the S. P. & S.
railway, has returned after a visit to
his former home in Scotland, .profeby
left Portland June 27 and was ac
oompanled on the trip byVhis wife and
two children. The visit was made
with his mother, whom he had not
ssen for 12 years. Crosby reported
10 P. M.
Business men, working men
Joy will press your suit :t
once as late as 10 P. M. each
Day Pressing to 6 P. M.t
. . . - -35c" i
Night Pressing, 6 to 10
P. M., SOc : .
Suits French Dry Cleaned
104 Fourth Street
: NEAR STARK '
that crops tn Scotland were poor this
year but that everybody seemed to be
employed and fairly prosperous.
SI Aliens Deported Thirty-one
aliens have been sent out of the coun
try from Portland within the laet 10
days, according to R. P. Bonham,
United States immigration Inspector.
Of these 29 were formally deported
and two were allowed to return to
Canada informally. Countries rep
resented by the aliens were China,
Canada by two, Japan,' three ; Chile,
Mexico. 10i Finland. Italy three ; Ire
land, Greece, Russia and India by
Columbia Stages forUand-Multno-mih
Falls-Hood Rlver-The Dalles di
vision leave Portland Stage Termi
nal, Park and Yamhill streets, 9:30
a. m., 11 :S0 a. rn.. 2 -.30 p. m., 4 :45
p. m. datly to Hood River, and 6 :30
p. m. daily to Hood River, except Sat
urdays, Sundays and holidays. 11 :15
p. m. Saturdays, Sundays and holi
days to Hood River. Leave Multnomah
Falls for Portland 9 :20 a. m., 11 :20
a. m., 1:20 p. m.. 4 :20 p. m. and 6:35
p. m. daily. Direct connections with
all stages to and from The Dalles.
Phone Main 8611. Adv.
Portland-Atorla-Saslde . DIvlslos
Leave Portland Stage Terminal, Park
and Yamhill streets, 7:30 a. m., 9:30
a. m.. 11:30 a, .m.. 1 p. m., 2:45 p. m.,
4 :15 p. m 6 :45 p. m. and 12 :30 a. m.
daily. Direct connections at Astoria
for Seaside and Clatsop beach points,
except on 6 :45 p. in. stage from Port
land. Leave' Astoria for Portland 7
a. rn., 10 a. m., 12 noon, 1 :30 p. m..
3 :15 p. m., 6 p. m., 8 :30 p. m. daily and
8 p. m. daily, except Sundays, 11 :15
p. m. Sundays only. For further in
formation phone Columbia Stages,
Main 8611. Adv.
Power Projects Surveyed Survey
of all water power projects in the
Portland district has been made dur
ing the last three days by Colonel
William Kelly, chief engineer of the
federal power commission, who has
been visiting Major R. Parks of the
local corps of government engineers.
Kelly went Thursday to the Puget
Colombia Stage Portland - St,
Helens local. Leave Portland Stag
Terminal, Park and Yamhill streets.
10 a. rn. for St. Helens ajid 4 -.20 p. m.
daily and 11 :15 p. m. Saturdays, Sun
days and holidays to St. Helens only.
Leaving St. "Helens, 7 :30 a. m. and 1 :40
p. m. daily ; 6 :15 Saturdays, Sundays
and holidays. For information phone
Columbia Stages. Main 8611. Adv.
Civic League to Mcet At its first
meeting since the summer vacation
season. Dean C N. Lathrop, national
social service secretary of the Episco
pal church, and Miss Mary Van Kleeck,
director of the department of indus
trial studies of the Russell Sage foun
dation, will address the Oregon Civic
league at the Benson hotel, Saturday
noon. Reservations by other than
Hsllock & Watson Radio Scrrica
. Northwesters Radio Jiff. Co,
Willard P. Eawley Jr.
The Journal News
V. S. Health Bulletins
Daily Police Theft Report
Radio Advice and Instruction
Journal of Western Industry
DAILY AFTERNOON ROSRAM
12:00- 1 :00 KON. Instrumental and vocal
phonograph music (courtesy
Remick A Co.)
1 :00- 2:00 KQY. Instrumental and vocal
phonograph music ( courtesy
and Sieberling-Loeas Co.
2 :SO- 3:80 K ON. Instrumental and vocal
B .00- B:30 K QQ. Instrumental and vocal
record (courtesy Keed French
S:S0 KQQ. The Journal baseball
8:45 KSO. Talk by Rt, Rev. Georga
A. iieecber. bishop of Western
rsebreska on "The Souleaa Ma
6 :0O- 7:O0 KQV Lata instrumental and
7:30 S:0o KQO. Th Journal news but
8:00- 9:00 KOW. Herman Renin's Hotel
8:00-10:00 KGN. Late vocal and instru
Questions on radio sent to Tho Journal or
Hallock it Watson Radio Service. No: 192
Park street, will be answered ot Saturday
night between S and 9 o clock by Station KGO
league members may be made by tele
phon'ng Broadway 7421.
Y to Hold Open Home The Wil
iiams avenue Y. W. C. A. will hold
open house Sunday afternoon between
the hours of 3 and 7 p. m., extending
most cordial hospitality to the visit
ing members of the conferences. The
members pf the committee of man
agement will act as hostesses. The
public is cordially invited.
Audubon Society Meeting The Ore
gon Audubon society will hold its an
nual business meeting and election of
officers Saturday night at 8 o'clock in
the Story Hour room at the Central li
brary. At the conclusion of business
William L. Firfley will give an address
on the National Association of Audu
bon societies. The public is invited. '
Portland-Salem stage Leavo , Stage
Terminal, Park and Yamhill, hourly
from 7 :05 a. m. to 7 -.05 p. m. and Owl
car at 10 p. m. daily. Saturdays,
Sundays and holidays, 8:30 p. m. and
10 p. m. 7 :05, 9 :05, 11 :05, .1 :05, 3 :05
make direct connections for Eugene,
Corvallia and Albany. Main 8611. Adv
Indsstry aad Religion "Industry
and Religion" -will be the topic of
Rabbi X. B. Krueger's sermon Friday
evening. September 8, at 8 o'clock.
This is the first of the regular winter
services. Temple Ahaval Sholom
Park and Clay streets.
Salem -Mill City Stage Leaves Salem
stage terminal for Mill City: No. 1,
7 :30 a. m. : No. 3, 10 :30 a. m. : No. 5,
4 :30 p. m. No. 1 connects with east
bound train at Mill City. Jos. Ham-
man, Prop. Adv.
Portlaad-Tlllamook Cadillac Stage-
Stage depot. Park and Yamhill streets.
Daily at 8 : 15 a. m.. 12 :30 and 3 :30 p. m.
Special arrangements made for fishing
parties. Main 8611. Adv.
Br. Coffman to Speak Dr. O. J
Coffman will address the Portland
Zonery club at No. 515 Columbia
building today at 8 p. m. He will dis
cuss "Zone Therapy."
Str. America St, Helens via Colum
bia river, 2:30 p. m. dally: 11:30 a, m.
Sunday. Alder street dock. Main
BabbI W)sea Sermon The subject
of Rabbi "Wise's sermon tonight at 8
o'clock at Temple Beth Israel will be
"Cities of Refuge."
Alexander, Dahlia, Gladlola Gardens
now In full bloom at Huber. R, L.
Free Lectsre First Church of Christ
Scientist, of this city. Invites the public
to attend a free lecture on Christian
Science, to be delivered by Mr. Paul
Stark Seeley, C. S. B., of Portland, Or.,
member " of The Board of Lecture-
sflip, of The Mother Church. The First
Uliurch of Christ, ttcientiat. in Boston.
Mass.. in the - Municipal Auditorium,-
Saturday, September - 9, at 8 p. m. Ad.
AatfXBtatlsTa corrected, no glasses;
Good Sight Institute. 306 Alisky uUd
Ihk. Adv. f - .
Moro Chinese Ai rested The lottery
turned sgainst pretty Grace Lee. 19-
year-old Chinese girl, Thursday night
at No. 286 Flanders street. Morals
squad police raided the establishment
and arrested her after they foun lot
tery tickets in her possession. She was
released on 8100 bail. Miss Lee, ac
cording to police, is the first Woman
to be) arrested in Chinese gambling
raids for more than a year. Other
Chinese arrested were Ah Ming, No. 266
Taylor street, and George Sing, No.
310 G'lisan street. j. "
Bsrglsrs Steal Fox, Far Burglars
with a pass key entered the home of
Charles M. -Forkner, No. 373i Bast
11th street, Thursday night and stole a
fox fur valued at 125 and an: over
The Clifford Piano and Yiolln Stndiog,
reopened. Efla Ellis Pertleld Peda
gogy. c35 ilain street, corner Broad
way. Atwater 3780. Adv. j
Kmil Thlelhorn has resumed; violin
teaching, 207 Fleidner bldg. j Phone
Broadway 1629. Adv.
Take the Rest Cnre Klock Sani
tarium. 15th and Tillamook. ; East
8953. Adv. I
8. A H, Green Stamps for Cash Hol
man Fuel Co. Bdwy. 6353. 660-2L Adv.
Apple King apples, orchard, jat 94th
and Powell Valley road. Adv. ;
Br. Hood, glasses, Morgan bldg. Ad.
To Lay Con
- t Alt' -fVvr.- t
380-386 E. MORRISON
COR. UNION AVE.
Do Your Fall Shopping Here
And Get the Best of Values
Double Trading v Stamps
Saturday and Monday
Extra Special Values
New Wool Suitings
Poiret twills, French serges, tri
cotine. The new plaids and mix
tures. 56 inch wool plaid back
coating. Special at $4.25 yard,
Special at $2.95. New Fall
dresses of fine gingham. Neat,
attractive checks and plaids.
Siies 36 to 46. ,
New Fall Percales
Special at 19c. 36 inch percales
of perfect quality. New, attractive
checks and figures. The quality
that sells'for 25c.
7 2x90 Seamless- Bleached Sheets
of an excellent quality. Special
42x36 inch Pillow Cases, made
of a fine soft bleached muslin.
18x36 inch Bleached Bath Towels
of gpodweight. Special 29c
Boys' Knickers $1.39
Mixed wool In stripes and plain
colors, cut full, double sewed.
Also ji few corduroys in the lot.
6 to 16 years. $1.39. V
Specials From Our
Our 75c Brooms, two days at
39c. Good house broom, four
sewed, with polished handles.
at Lower Prices
Ball Mason's Fruit Jars with rub
bers. Pints 85c dot Quarts
Jar Caps and all canning needs
at the lowest prices.
Pure silk Hose, full finished.
Special at $2.25. These are an
excellent heavy quality of pure
silk hose. Black, brown. $2.25.
Special 60c pair. Women's Bur
son Heather Hose of an excellent
quality at 60c.
Women's 'Jersey Knit Bloomers,
white and flesh. Special 25c.
Boys' Sweaters $1.98?
Heavjr weight, pull oyer style,
with shawl collar, school col
Boys and girls' brown and black calf with solid leather soles 'and heel
made on the new round toe lasts
Sues 2 to 6 , -$435 v
Cornerstone for the new building of
the Salvation Army at Sixth and An
keny streets will be laid Saturday
afternoon at 3 o clock. Bishop W. T.
Manning of the Episcopal diocese of
New York will have charge of the cere
mony. The Salvation Army bind will
furnish music. The new structure, will
serve as state headquarters for the
Salvation Army. . '
For Capital; Names
Congressman C N. McArthur, who
has been in Portland for some time
looking after his caropaibn fences, left
for Washington today in response to
a call from Republican leaders of the
house who asked him to come back
to be present when the tariff bill comes
to a vote in the house.
Before leaving hi appointed a Com
mittee to take charge of his campaign
during his absence. This Consists of
Karl V. Lively. L. E. Beach. David M.
Dunne, L. L. Krause, J. B Latourette,
IX F. Mulkey. Charles Pye, Lloyd
Smith. Miss Cornelia Cook and Mrs.
W. J. Hawkins.
SEASIDE tlXS LOSES
Astoria, Sept. S. A temporary in
junction, restraining- city of Seaside
in the Hotel or Restau
rant when he brings
your order not to for
get the bottle of
THE ORIGINAL WOvtCESTCRSHIRE
officials from Interference with F, E.
EUclns in operation of a soft drink
place at the resort, was dissolved by
Jndge Eakinr hut' lklna was given the
right to dispose of the .establishment
and lease. A petition for a change
of venue on the ground that Judge
Kakia is prejudiced, was filed by
Charles W. Robison. representing El
kins. ... --
v For Social Time
The Ancient Order of Hiberniatla and
ladies' auxiliary: held Its first" social
evening of the season in Hibernian hall
Wednesday night. Irish songs, music
and dancing featured the event, at
which 250 members, were present. Joe
Burke made an appeal for-cooperation'
in the Irish fair and bazaar to be held
November,! to . j; i-- -
. MBS. WH1TSETT SCES n
""Eugene,' Sept. Gertrude Helen
Whltsett has filed for divorce from
George W. Whltsett. -
KIRK'S MILITARY SHOP
61 Sixth Street, Corner Pine. Portland, Oregon
THIS IS THE SEASON TO PREPARE FOR RAINY
AND COLD DAYS.! WE HAVE SOME WONDERFUL
BARGAINS IN RAIN COATS, MACKINAWS, SWEAT
ERS, BLANKETS, ETC.
Dress Rain Coats, formerly $25 to $32.50, now $13.50
Dress Rain Coats, formerly $18 to $23.00, now $11.50
Dress Rain Coats, formerly $10 to $13.00, now. . . .$ 4.98
Mackinaws, Plaids and O. D., all reduced to $6.49
Sweaters, yt price now, being 85c to $3.98
For the Hunting or Camping Trip. We Can Supply Your
wants ana Know; lou Will lie Satisfied as to Price.
Canvas Buckets ....!... 50c
Canteens, Cup & Corer45c
Frying Pans 25c-45c-70c
Camp Grates 85c to $2.00
Packsacks .-50c to $2.50
Armx Socks , . . 15c
Water Bags. . . .95c-$1.25
Folding Tables, Folding Cots, Folding Camp Stools, Camp
stoves, Auto uanteen bets, camp Uook Sets, etc.
We have some Calibre 22 Rifles, brand new, using both
long and short cartridges, at only j Stv.ftR
Winchester Riot Shotguns, new, at $25.00
Mail Orders Promptly Filled. Write for Catalog or call
and see our large line. Phone Broadway 5010.
"Harness Your Brain Power 9
5 ENTERTAINING LECTURES
(NO COLLECTION) COVERING
"Harnessing Mental Power"
"Developing a Winning Personality'
"Reading Character at Sight" .
"The Great Unconscious Mind"
"Making Your Dreams Come True"
A. B.-B. O.
OF 3fEW TOBK CITT
Well-Known Besearch "Worker
Lincoln High School
i 8 O'CLOCK
To Be Introduced by
SATURDAY Hon. W. A. EkwaH, Uaalcipal
MOSDAI H. C. Pownall, Klwanlaa.
TUESDAY Selaos Pike, PUie A O'SeD Co.
1WED3TESDAY Joha T. Bartog, Sales Mgr.
P. O. Coke Co. 8
THURSDAY Dr. Thot, W. Watts, Botartaa.
PRESS AND PERSONAL OPINION
"As orator of Bote and a teacher of high re
j pate; Los Angeles Evening Herald.
SpeUboasd his aadience."
j The Oregea Statesmaa.
'"Sarprising aaeceas." AUasta CoastitBttoa.
."MarTeloas. Dr. J. KeU Xartala la System.
jVery entertaining and iBrtrueHve.1
4. jtoy unison, r resident notary CI ho.
Gcb. Mgr. Ellison-White
Chaataa qaa Hyste m.
"Inspiring and eorapelliag.
Walter L. Whltlag, Sec Botary Clsh.
TOrCHISG THE K VERT-DAY LIYES OP
ME3T A5D OiIE3T
THUS Are you loafing or llvlagt If year noney growler r ealy
treiagt It year head a hat rack or a thiaklag ntachlael Do peoBle
leave yoa eat or seek yea eatt Are ye going somewhere or waader
lng aroaadt What are yea worth above tbe aeck I
With hi paarky style, Hr. Blower
will xoake yoa laagh as well as talak.
For farther iaforsaatieB ean Mr. and Mrs. George CroatweU Blower
Bite S4S-I Sertoaia Hotel
S'wsaanHRiimaiaffltsiBiBigiwffi iwsai mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmesmmmimKmmma
Get the good style and fine
quality you pay for.
, . 1 -.
YOU may pay enough money for
your clothes, butmost men do not
pay enough attention to getting style
and quality. :
Men need the best of both.
Good style for appearance, fine quality
for long wear.
You'll get what you need in the new
Hart Schaffner & Marx suits -we'll see
to that. - h it ? : : i4 is'ial y ft I i
These Fall models fairly teem with
newness in fabrics, color, weave and
style. . r
Sam'l Rosenblatt & Co.
Fifth at Alder Gasco Biiilding
EQR SHOES AND ROUNDHOUSE
SHEET METAL WORKERS
STATIONARY FIREMEN w,
PASSENGER CAR MEN...!
FREIGHT CAR MEN.,
HELPERS, all classes
a-. . 70c per hour
........ . 70c per hoar
. .70c per hour
. .;. 70c per hour
....... .Various rates
, .70c to 70 '2c per hour
70c per hour
. .-. ...... 63c per hour.
. . ....... . . .47c per hour
Mechanics and helpers are allowed time and one-half for time worked la
excess of eight hours per day. s
A strike now exists on Northern Pacific Railway. .
APPLY ROOM 312 1
COUCH BLDG., 109 FOURTH ST., NEAR WASHINGTON
y4.linr JJlllU J'J3J ?JF,.J43?3'-' JW-ZJZM J
v Pip and Pipeless
COB2T COXBnrATIOH B.A3TBK9
.SCXIPSB OAS BAKGS
. WOODS-BYEBTZ SOLID- STJXI.
Tear-OM Pinto "
. Take - Part Paymeat
Bdwy.Slia. lit ta SU sar Yfaaa.
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