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WEEK, MAY 22-28
SECY. WALLACE ASKS GOVERN.
ORS' COOPERATION IN NATION-WIDE
(Chronicle's Wahelngton Bureau.)
WASHINGTON, April 21. Declar
ing that "we have been thoughtlessly
permitting the destruction of our for
etitfl by lire," and that It "spells dis
aster unless the rate of burning Is ma
terially checked," Secretary of Agri
culture Wallace has Just written tho
governors of all states asking their
cooperation in the nation-wide observ
ance of forest protection week, May
22 to 28.
TKo periO(J was recently proclaimed
no forest protection week by President
'Harding in response to the request
of, the forest service of the depart
ment of agriculture, and the secre
tary in his letter urges the governor?
'to set it apart for "such educational
and instructive exercises as shall
bring before the people the serious
effects of tho present unnecessary
waste by forest fires."
According to data gathered by the
forest service, forest fires during tho
five years ending with 1920, devastat
ed an area grealer than tho New Eng
land states and caused a loss of more
Statistics show that human agencies
were responsible for approximately
80 percent of the 100,000 forest fires
occurring during tho five-year 'period,
and that thoy could have been pre
vented by care and viglhtca on the
part of tho people.
In addition to growing timber and
settlers' homes Destroyed, there was
a heavy loss of llfo. In the groat Min
nesota fire of lt18, nearly 1000 peo
ple were either burned to death or
Tho forest protection week move
ment originated on the Pacific coast
in 1920, when It was proclaimed by a
number of governors in western states
and generally observed by their citi
zens. This year the Importance of forost
protection was brought to tho atten
tion of Hits secretary of agrlculturo
")y the forost service, and he In turn
presented the matter to tho president.
Cooporation In the observance of
the week is .expected from state for
esters, commercial and business or
gunizations, educational institutions,
societies and individuals Interested in
tho preservation of tho national tlm
Tho secretary has written to tho na
tlonal presidents of tho Klwanls,
Kotury, American Automobile nssocla
tion and other largu commercial clubs,
Hoy .Scouts of America and to tne
president general of the Daughters of
tho Amorlcan Revolution asking thut
thoy oxort their influence to have
their organizations observe tho week.
Following is the letter of the secre
iary to tho various governors:
"Tho president on April 7 issued a
proclamation designating May 22 to
28 as forost protection wool;, and urg
lug tho governors of the various
states to sot apart this week for the
purpose of such educational and in
structive exercises as shall bring be
fore tho people the serious effects of
tho present unnecessary waste by for
"Adequate provisions for tho safe
guarding and renewal of our forests Is
of vital Importance to the nation. Tilt
magnitude of tho area burned dur
ing this period (50.ISS.000 acres) te
startling as It represents an are:i
greater than that occupied by tho
state of Utah. Of the 100,000 fires that
occurred, oer 80 percent were duo to
human agencies, and could have been
prevented by care and vigilance on
tho part of citizens.
"Urns of life was not infrequont as In
tho Minnesota disaster of 1SU8, where
nearly a thousand persons were either
burned to death or suffocated, in de
tecting and suppressing forest fires.
Tho forost service of this department
speiuts over a million dollars each
your, and statos ami prlvato individ
uals an even greater sum.
"Wo have been thoughtlessly permit
ting tho destruction of our forests by
tire. This spoils disaster unless tho
THE HOME OP
rale of burning Is materially check
ed. The menace of a future tltnfcer
shortage threatens to become a pres
ent economic fact. Not only as
sources of permanent supplies df tim
ber but also as conservators of water,
forage and other nntural resources,
our forests are essential to our Indus
trial and social welfare.
(From The Chronicle, April 22, 189C.)
juuge A. a. uennelt received a)
telegram from Washington this after
noon announcing that the Skottowe
cases had been affirmed by the su
preme court of tho United States.
These cover a period of throe or tour
years time in the various trials. Be
ginning with Judge Bradshaw, they
were carried to the supreme court of
Oregon, where the judgment was af
firmed, and then to Washington, Mr
Bennett winning every time. The cot
poration's attorneys in Washington, D.
C, were Senator Thurston and John
F. Dillon, two of the leading legal
lights in the United States. Tl.o deci
sion Involves a sum In the three cases
of $18,000, which must now be paid
to tho plaintiffs by the O. S. I., and
the Utah Northern.
Telephone main 5021.
WOODARD & TAUSCHEK
Contracting Bricklayers and Plasterers
All kind of Tile and Cement Work. Fireplace Work a 8pectalty.
Estimates furniched free of chargi. All Work Guaranteed.
' Telephone Main 6461 or Call at Gates Block
Saving in Shoes
Are Coming to You Each Day Yotf Patronize Our
Odd lots of men's work and dress shoes, women and'
children's shoes, are being closed out at our store
with extraordinary reductions.
In Most Instances We Have
Cut Prices bquarely in Half
A Good Selection Still Left
Here are Some of the Bargains'
30 pair, men's black welt dress shoes, regularly
priced $9.00, now $4.50
10 pair vici kid men's dress shoes, formerly $10,
now : $6.50
9 pair black calf dress shoes for men,broad toes,
formerly priced $9.00, now $5.75
O'Donnell English last dark brown men's dress
shoes, former price $15.50, now $9.50
Men's black calf English last dress shoes, regular
ly priced $11.50, now $6.00
Six pair dark brown English dress shoes, formerly
sold -$10.00, now $5.50
20 pair men's mahogany calfskin dress shoes, form
erly $8.'50, now $5.50
30 pair blucher" calf dress shoes for men, broad toes,
regularly priced $12.00, now $8.00
12 pair brown Blucher last menjs dress shoes, form
erly $9.50, now $4.50
10 pair dark brown calf, English last, formerly $12,
All Oxfords Greatly Reduced During Sale.
Men's Work Shoes
8 pair arrowy last double soles, thoroughly reliable
heavy shoes, cut from $7.50 a pair to $5.00
18 pairs plain soft toes, no caps, reduced from $8.50
8 pairs heavy chrome leather, reduced from $8.00
to : $4.00
Ladies' white oxfords, high heels $3.00
Ladies' high white shoes, low heels $3.00
Children's shoes priced from $2.50 up
You will find many other bargains in women's and
children's shoes. Some of these will be listed later.
Cowboy Boots, formerl) sold at $22.00, now $15.00
Across from Bank Hotel
Dr. T. DeLARHUE
Hour 9:00 to 6:00 Sundays and Evenings by Appointment
17-1 Vogt Blk Over Crosby's Drug Store Phone Black 1111
Peoples Transfer Co.
QUICK DELIVERY SERVICE
EXPRESS AND DRAY AGE
Furniture and Piano Moving
Stand at Glenn's Paint Store Main 3721
Residence Phone Red 1811
HARRY L. CLUFF
THE MARYHILL FERRY IS RUNNING
From Grants, 20 Miles East of The Dalles, to Maryhlll
Daily from 7 a. m. to 9 p. m.
EXCELLENT ROADS PAVED TO QOLDENDALE
MARYHILL FERRY CO.
Special Trips Arranged Phone Qoldendale 312X
CRANDALL UNDERTAKING CO
Wasco The Dalles Dufur
LULU D. CRANDALL,- Manager
Bert Thomas, Assistant Manager
Licensed Embalmere. Established 17
Mrs. M. ,1. Wlllsrton
Day Red SSI
J. H. Harper, Black 2152
Some FACTS About
THE UNIVERSAL CA
Here are authentic figures from the Ford factory at Detroit.
' They show you just how many Ford cars and trucks have been
built each month since January 1, 1921 and how many have been
sojd to retail customers, in the United States.
Produced Retail Customers
29,883 , 57,208
Total production 127,074 Tot. ret'l sales 208,032
showing that actual sales for the first three months of 1921 ex
ceeded production by 80,958 Ford cars and trucks. '
April requisitions already specify 107,719 additional cars and
trucks and the estimated April output of the factory and as
sembly plants combined calls for only 90,000.
These facts clearly show that the demand for Ford products
is growing much faster than manufaeturing facilities to produce
and were it not for the dealers' limited stocks, which are now
being rapidly depleted, 'many more, customers would have been
compelled to wait for their, cars. It will be only a matter of
weeks, therefore, until a big surplus' of orders will prevent any
thing like prompt deliveries.
If you woulld be sure of having your Ford car or truck when
you want it, you should place your order now. Don't delay.
Phone us or drop us a card.
FORD AND FORDSON DEALER,:1
Opposite Postoffice The Dalles, Ore.
CQUPE , I
I'here is no mistaking ttie place which Dodge
Brothers Coupe occupies in the social and - '
business life of the nation.
jjj It is evident that it attracts to itself subh , PS)
X stantial people in each community. ul
' ' & will pmy you to W'f ua and mmin this car. II II
Ta gmenlme consumption is UBUtuallylow. V ' I I
The tire aoOeage is unusually high. II II
WALTHER -WILLIAMS CO.
The Dalles. Oregon
Phone. Main 2891. NIht Mac
401, Main 6191