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(J, S, DESTROYER IS
STRUCK BY TORPEDO
Hv llnlff.il Wiv
SAN PEDRO, Oil., Juno IS. -With
a jugged hole in her hull, the U. S. !-'.
destroyer Dent put In hen1 lute to
dny. The destroyer was accidentally
Htrilck by 11 "dud" torpedo In 1 1n.
eh am battle in :i n!ll v cih of the Pa
elf It; fleet near San Clomenlo Island
'50 miles off the coast or Southern Cut
AlthoiiKh tin lipped torpedoes were
being used, savlne, the Hoverniuenl
thousands of doltais over the usu of
regular torpedoes with the powder
charge taken out, the loree wllh
which the toipedo .struck the Dent
was sufficient lo make a Jammed t est I
In her hull. Officers of I he Deal sahl
that the torpedo was being Hied from
another destioyer al a baltleMilp a
long distance away. In some maiiiiei
. the proper nlgnal was not given an. I
! the Dent sped across Ihe course o(
the toipedo, but a low bundled yards
In front, of the destroyer from which
It was fired. The Denl'i; forward com
pai lineal nipldly filled wlih water, bin
she managed lo limp in under her
Il Is expM-lod an investigation will
, tie oideri-d as soon as the Heel ie
turns from the scene id' maneuvers'.
(Contlnutiri From I'hko 1.)
Irom Wasco county this jear in till
way: flisl, because or the great
uliortage in soft fruits all over the
east and middle west and, second,
Ibis year the Wasco Hoyal Amies
will hit the New York auction market
just about the lime the California
market Is over. The windiip of the
California season Is taking place now.
Frazler also cites Die tact that lit I
gated cherries do not carry so well as
ihe non-Irrigated fruit. Irrigated cher
lies from the Yakima, I.ewlKton and
Spokane districts In Hie past have
not borne up well. They have nevei
been shipped east of Chicago, accoid
lug lo Fra.lor. California cherries ar"
non-irrigated, and usually they arrive
In the eastern markets Just us good as
(ho blnck cherries.
Taking all of these tilings Into con
sideration, the cooperatives have no
hesitancy in expressing the opinion
t hut the Hoyal Anno shipments from
hero tills .wear will he vcr.u success
ful. ..Men who have been. growers here
lor years have hern shipping Hoyal
Amies In small lots through the us
ual express lanes, without refrigera
tion, to points iis far east as New Jer
sey. The cherries have always arrived
In splendid condition, they maintain.
Then, Is reasoned, there is no rea
son why Hie cherries, ;arel'ully hand
led In Hie packing rooms and refriger
ated, should not go IIiiujikIi lu I'lpiul
ly good condition
1 SERVICE ROW
SETTLED BY WEEKS
Hy I lulled iN'v
WASHINGTON, June IS Peace
hns been restored In Ihe army air ser
vice. Its chief, llrlgudler (icnorul Charles
T. Mencher, lias withdrawn ills rec
ommendation tor I ho relief ol Hie as
sistant chief, llrlgudler (ienernl Wil
Mitchell, In tin u, has promised that
actions of his which Incurred the
wrath of his superior olflceis will not
The arrangenieni was made at m
conference of Hie two olfl-ers and
Secretary or War Weeks.
WeekH staled Hint Hie iwoininen
datlon made by (ietieral Metioher fur
Hit) lemoviil of Heueral Mitchell, in
his opinion, Justified ihe request.
Mitchell s ciedlled wllh having been
"The recrelary, however, believing
in Hie Interests of the it it service and
ol the government itself, such act ion
would be undesirable ami uiitorlunate
at this lime, lias been able to i-ecure
a satisfactory adjustment of the till
llcultles Involved," said Weeks today.
IT'LL COST LESSTHAN
TO GET A
NOW looking at II
Wlfn't. point of view,
llllllH It WOUllt lll II Il.lll:
lo put In a K'lotl Mi.ii, ii Vint
inimiiiii or the iiititcil cleanly run
vt'iiii'iice or l In- tliliiK. loot, hi
from u health ttiiiidliolul. Tall
n-i nun jour win- ami
talk It over wllh un.
PLUMUINQ & HEATINQ
Phone Red 991 The Dalles
I I M . -
CHAUTAUQUA PRESENTS "IT PAYS TO
This Great Comedy Succes3 Is to Be Presented on the Fourth Night by
New York Players
ICIllson-Willie presents something new for Cliaiitaiiqua patrons this year a splendid eastern dramatic company in one of our greatest American plays,
"It Pays to Advertise." This big comedy success has broken many records for continuous runs lit cities all over the country. It is a play with lots of ac
tion, clean and wholesome, and abounding In funny situations.
Tim Keighley New York Players, will give a complete production of tills spleii'lld comedy, adequately staged In every way. The ru Is un all-profession-al
one and hns a high stundliig in dramatic circles. See "It Pays To Adverti.se'' by all means it ltf refreshing, Invigorating, mirth-compelling and a true
gloom-cliaser. Il is a sure cure for the hlueii.
NEW PACKERS' BILL
PLEASING PACKERS, 'JHAFIC.G
WASHINGTON, June IS -The Hun
gen packer hill, passed by tun sen
ale yesterday, was today declared
lo have Ihe "pucker stump on It.,"
and lo lie thoroughly satisfactory to
Charges to thai -fleet Wen; -.mide
from the lloor ol the scnal- an. I
P. J. LEADS
Kl Dill I'ML'n t.)
the funds helne
subscribed in tin
Comiuiinlly Service canvuss now go
ing on. Children will be admitted free
III' next Friday's game proves a sii"-
cess, an effort will be made lo estab
lish a twilight baseball league, made
up of teams of torn I business men, tie
coidlug lo Arliury.
Community Service i-s now eiilali
lisb several others upon ucanl lots
ill various parts of Hie city.
.Mine than .tfilMi has alriady been
turned hi by .solicitor:! in Community
Sei vice's canvass lor Hinds, now gu
lug on. The vast majority of this sum
Is In iliiiuu, quarters and half dollars
Subscribers repotted lo
Ity Service up to .l.iue 1
Helen Fair, Maigaro! Walker,
I. ynn Itoycroll, F. . llru.-.'tiu, Anne
M. Lang, U, C. Malloy, .Mrs. .1. M,
Smith, C. I.. Pepper, Fred Cypher.-,
Mrs. I,. I). Crandull, Mrs. I). M
Ficncli Chas. Iloth, Mrs. Joseph
Stadelinan, A. i.M. Splckormun, Mrs
Itlcliard Kiencll, II. A. I.llblie, Mrs
II. A. Lulibe, Mrs. John Nash, C. M
ell, .1. T. liorick, Mis. C. P. Wil
liams, John I,, llogu.', Mrs. F. I,.
Saul, lturget and Mogau, lilack and
While, Hestauranl, Cramer Ilros,
.1. II. Italli. I). Unqulsl, Mrs. W. I-'
Smithy Hurl Scott, Maude Sinionsou
J. II,' Kllmorc, Itohert Simousou,
Kdrn Senl'erl, Frieda Marsh, Miss
Hugger, Coraldlne Kelly, Mrs. F, S
(iunnitig, Mm. C. 11. liodder, Mrs
Sclienck, Miirgnret West, Kuthryn
West. Mrs, Sheldon, Mrs. W. .1
Seufert. Margaret Muier, Tdm West,
Mrs. Tom West, Alice Marlon
Dorothy Jane Hare, l.averm
Henry Scherrer, Karl Fil.wntor, (ilea-
wood Hotel. V, !. Sanders, Mrs.
I'. 11. Sanders, A. Fliiin, Mm. Un
qulsl, Coelli Cainey, Hud Cute.-, Horn
Sexton, .1. S. Jensen, Dr. (,oo. 1!.
Culling, Itulli Williams, Donald Wil
liams, Harold Dawson, Kenneth
Dawson, Mrs. F. I,, Houghton, Hang
Naka, Robert lilgga, Mrs. Hurry
McCrlte, Freddie French Vera
French, Janet Alspiiunh Mrs
Hawkins, Haul McCoy, lleryl Villi
Seholck, Peggy Van Seholck, Iviither
Ino Wissler, Mrs. 1 D, Wan.er, Mrs.
Maude Kilinoto, Mis. Fnttun Crooks,
Klizabeth Morau, ijeo. C. Iilakeley,
Mrs. (5eo. C. iilakeley, Max (iinnberl.
Win. I-'. Kil.gerald. Mis K. Rondeau.
Mrs. II W. llariholoniew. Mrs. 11. W.
l'euiilnglon, J. II. Miller ..Mrs. J. 11.
Miller, Mrs and Miss I.amsoii, Josio
O'llalloiaii, J. K. Dylmll, (5. K. Mini
Chester, Mrs. Fied Moore, N. A.
Krlckson, I!. 0 Wrlghl, K A. Oof
Ion, A. il. Wlllard. Mrs. N. K. Crof
ton. C M. Morris, Mrs. Judd. S. A.
i'leiich. M. 1.. l.ogan, S. J. lladcock,
T 1', Moody, O. T. Itrown, C. H.
Merrynuin C. li. Marshall, C. Y.
I.atub, Mrs A. A. Cooper, K. C.
Pease. K. F. Van Seholck, Mrs. ,M. S.
l.siy. Mrs. (). 1). Donne, K. D. Snyder,
Mrs K Cavaiiaiigh, Mrs. W. J.
Saveaii, Mabel Hill.
Get Our Prices
oil picking ladders II will pay y-w.
.Stailelniau r.'Uni. IS
FINANCING OF HARVEST
(Coiltllllll'll I'lMlll P.ltll 1.)
take advantage of loans from cast
financing is mccssiun because of
Hie fact that faiineis who have been
in Hie habit of honowliK from the
banks with Ihilr wlie: I as sectiilu
lave eoiiveytd title in Hi.it wh-.i'
to the On Mm tiiain tiioWLi )' uaso
elation by becoming ii'enihers of that
"The most Important tiling which
we have to do now Is to sell the
wheat thiit iwe have under contract,"
Ludwiek explained. "And to sell
this wheal, we must have financial
Although Hio sole-lion of a man
ager for Hie Oregon association was
given considerable discussion last
night, no definite decision was reach
ed. The directors plan to go over
this mutter in person Tuesday with
several Portland business men who
ate in line for the position.
The position of manager will be
tho highest salaried in Die organi.a
Hon. Thi! manager will have charge
of all organization work, handling
of funds and in l:u:l, everything but
Ihe actual selling of the wheat, which
will be done thiough Ilia salesmaiia
ger of the Northwest (5 rain 0 row
ers', associated. T. W. Nelson oc
cupies this position.
The headquarters of the stale as
social ion will he moed from The
Dalles to Portland as soon as the
cliaifge can lti made, Ihe dlnclor
decided. This change is being made
in ordi r Unit thP headquarters of
flee may be in closer lunch with the
lOlectlon of directors was Jicld yes-:
.orday afternoon. The delegates re
elected A. 11. Sliuiuway of Millon
as president of the board and V.
II. Smith of Wasco secretary. How
ard Anderson of Jlcppner, Herbert
Olden of lone anil Charles llarlh ol
Tim Da lies were reelected as di ice
tors, and new directors are II. It.
Davldhizer of Joseph, (leorge 'II
llrown of New Kra and W. J. lid
wards (d' Dayvllle. .1. K. Keynold.-. ol'
l,a (Irando was chosen chairman of
the board of district delegates.
l.el your boy or girl utu nil ihe Daily
Vara (Ion rcliool IS
ON FORESTRY BOARD
Hv United Press
WASHINGTON. June IS. - No
Ice-presldeiils and three iioav mom
hers ol the hoard of directors ot the
American Forestry iiBsocliillon an
no. meed today by Charles l.athrop
Paik, president, Included the nnino
LESS MEAT IF BACK
AND KIDNEYS HURT
Take a Glass of Salts to Flush Kid
neys if Bladder
Kilting meat regularly eventually
produces kidney trouble in some
form or oilier, says 'i well known an
thorlly, because Ihe urie'aeld In
meat excites the kidneys, they be
come oxerworked; get sluggish; do,;
up and cause all sorts of distress,
particularly backache and misery lu
the kidney region; rheumatic
twinges, severe headaches, acid stout
ach. constipation, torpid liver, sleep
lessness, bladder and urinary inlta
The moment your back hints or,
kidneys aien'l acting right, or If'
bladder bothers you, got about four
ounces of Jad Salts from any good
pharmacy; take a tnhlcsponiiful in 1
a ghfsis ol water before breakfas'
for a few duyo and your kidneys will
then act fine. This famous sails is
made tioin tho acid of grapes and
lemon Juice, combined with lllbla,
ami litis been used for generations
to flush clogged kidneys and stim
ulate them to normal activity; also
to neutralize Hie acids In the urine
so it no longer Irritates, tints ending
bladder disorders. .
Jad Salts cannot injure anyone; .
makes u dellglittul effervescent llth
la water drink which millions or men
and women take now and th n to
keep the kidneys and urinary oreniw
clean thus avoiding serloua kidney
disease Atfv, I
MRS. HARDING NAMED
DAILY CHRONICLE, SATURDAY,
or Mrs. Warren 0. Harding as a
Dr. Henry S. Drinker, former piesi
dent of Lehigh; Charles K. Quincy of
New York City, and Dr. Hugh P.
linker of New York City, all dlrec
tois of the American Forestry as
social ion, have been made members
of the forestry committee .of the V.
S. Chamber ol Commerce which
committee is in session in Chicago
tills week. From there the commit
tee goes to the Pacific Coast to
gather data as lo the requirements
for a national forest policy.
New vice-presidents are: Dr. John
Grler Hihben, president of Prince
ton; Medill McCorinick, senator
from Illinois; Dr. K. Ii. Fernow of
Canada; Hon. John W. Weeks of
Massachusetts, "secretary of war;
Hon. Henry C, Wallace of Iowa,
secretary or, agriculture; Mrs. War
ten (1. Harding ot' Ohio; Mrs. John
Dickinson Sherman of Chicago,
General Federation of Women's
Clubs; Vincent Astor of Now York;
Dr Charles W. Kllot of Cambridge,
Mass; Kvorilt G. Griggs. Tacoma.
TONIGHT "THE CALL OF YOUTH" A Paramount Picture.
JUNE 18, 1921,
'Wash.; John M-. Ovontou of Tennes
see, president of the Tennessee
forestry association; Henry C.
Campbell of Milwaukee, president
of .tilts Wisconsin fore; try associa
tion; Goodrich Jones, j -"blent of
the Texas forestry association; Hon.
H. H. Snell of Potsdam, N. Y.;
Hon. Stephen T. Mather of Illinois,
director of national parks; Thomas
Nelson Page of Virginia; J. T. Roth
rock, Pennsylvania forestry commis
sion; Flllbert Hoth of Michigan; W.
K. Colby of California, secretary of
Hie Sierra club; Howard von
Sclirenck of St. Louis, Missouri; Col.
Robert M. Thompson, president,
New Yoik slate forestry association.
Now members of the board of di
rectors are Dr. Hugh P. ilaker, sec
retary, American Paper and Pulp
association; R. S. Kellogg of New
York City, secretary of the News
Print service bureau, and K. A.
Sherman, assistant forester of the
United States. ,
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church Monday. Free. Ages 1 to 12. U
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(Continued From Fane 1.)
much out of the emergency tariff
measure. It Is criticized both for its
;ommlsslons as well as Its omissions.
Secretary J. H. Mercer, of the Kan
sas Livestock association, alreadv
has sent out requests to all members
lo write their representatives in con
gress to see what Items omitted in
the emergency bill are included In Ihe
geneial tariff law.
The restiveness of farmers gener
ally Is not directed at an one thine
oilier than credit. There Is no doubl
ing their altitude toward the hanks,
however, and Hiii has developed to
lie point where one hears more and
more talk among them of concerted
political action. They don't know ex
icily what they want. They do know
they are not satisfied with what they
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who could establish Hie confidence of
the farmers, could cause more than a
ripple now on the surface of American
politics. They are In the attltudu of
awaiting such leadership. Not that a
socialistic movement is developing in
the agricultural Industry, but dissatis
faction is increasingly evident.
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