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THE ORBGOX 8TA'
X: SATURDAY, JAXFARY 5, 1018
OUR OPTICAL SERVICE IS UP TO THE MIHUTE
We are equipped with latent and most accurate testing devices
Blood pressure test Is also included In our up to the minute op
tical parlor. No. guess work. Each' case can be proven exactly.
Consult us at once. ?, ' , -
HARTMAN BROS. CO.
JKWELEIW and OPTICIAN'S.
. State and IJberty Htreet
Dr. " Burdette, Optometrist " ' Broken lenses quickly rcpalrea
TODAY AT TUB THEATERS.
OREGON SUte street near'
O. E. depot. Home of Artcraft
and Paramount:, pictures.
'.Draft 258," in seven reels.
BL1QH State between Lib
erty and Hit h. Mutual and
Bluebird films. Special films.
YE LIBERTY Liberty near.
SUte. Greater Vltagraph,' Per
fection ' and Goldwro films. .
"The Lone Wolf,'
bert Brenon. .
J with' Her-
Trustee Will Meet U
President Doney, of. Willamette
university announ-roed yesterday that
the semi-annual meeting of the board
of trustees of the university would
be held in Portland January 8.
Pitt ton Plumbing Ox, 835 Cbemeket
Phone 1906, We do repair work.
Car Shortage ; - .
Car shortage- on the lines of the
Southern Pacific company In Oregon
yesterday totaled. 15 60, according to
the report to the public service com
mission. .The shortage of closed cars
waa 582 and. open cars i 7 8. The
O.-W. RAN. Co., reports a surplus
of 216 cars. : -i ; : s
Bodies Can Be Removed
From cemeteries adjacent to Sa
lem to ; Mount Crest ; Abbey Mauso
leum at no additional cost above the
purchase price of a tomb. , Manager.
Phone 1060W. . , ,
Writ of : Review- t --. , -
" A writ of review was ordered y.es-J
terday In the circuit! court in the
suit of Ada V.-Skiff, petitioner and
plaintiff' against r Robert Hutcheon,
doing business . as the Hutcheon
Paint company, on motion of the at
torney for the plaintiff, directed to
p, Webster, Justice of the peace, re
turnable to the circuit court on or
before January 25, bonds being filed
Modem 3-room anftrtroent, dose
In. Phone 72. , - ,
. Used Fnrnitnre Wanted
Highest cash prices paid for uaec"
O. Lj STIFF 4k SOX,
Phone 041 or SOS !
' W par th Trr . htg-liMt priea
for bouNhoU gooda and tools of
ry kind. i .
Peoplo'i Cecoad " Hand Store
STI W. Gwamkl 4 PtoM TS4
Tbe hfghjest cash price paid
for all kinds of Junk. ;
; CAPITAL JUNK CO.
2V1 Chemeketn St Phone 808
Woolen Rags 1 5c a lb.
Clean Cotton Ra 2c pound.
HIDES WANTED '
nighest ' Market Price raid.
Give U a Trial. "
Western Jnnk Co.
Center and N. Commercial St.
Salem's Leading Jnnk Dealer.
Pack and Store Eycrythbg
Special rates on eastern shipments.
Piano moving and country trips a
specialty. . Prompt service. - Work
LARLIER TRANSFER CO.
14S S. LIBKKTY STREET -Office
" Home Phone 1 80S r r
C O A 1 A W D W O O D
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Diseases of Women and Nerrous Diseases
t 106 United States iraUonal Bank Building , v
j by petitioner in the sum of $100.
I It was also ordered that no further
I aok kA 4.V.. U V .a.. I. Ilia Istar-
er court, pending the return of the
wrti-of review!,----;---.-';,,-? '.". ' I
The Cost of a Tomb i ?
In Mount Crest Abbey Mausoleum
Is either $225, $250. or $275. And
that Is all of the expense forever.
H. V. McClean. Manager, 2 North
High street. Phone 106 0W. ,
1018 Caleiidars -Large Figures '-.
For practical use. ' Homer V H.
Smith, Ina. man, 'phone 9$. '
Sale of Property Confirmed ; j! .
Order waa entered in the circuit
court yesterday confirming the sale
of certain property by the sheriff In
the suit of JW. E. . Reeves against
Wilson RJ Winaas and Mary Winans,
Oregon TaxljCoi BaaiMovCd
Office from 457 State into - new
Farrar building. 371 State.
In the Probate Court
waa issued In the coun
ty court yesterday - directed to . Bar-
ney I Casey,
an - incompetent person.
to appear In) court, January 14 and
show cause why i a guardian - should
not be appointed for him. ' The final
accounte of M. J.Pate was yesterday
filed in the estate of A. M. Pate, de
A Bean Orchard Tractor
- Practically good as new will be
sold at sheriffs sale Monday : Jan
uary 7. 1918 at 11:00 a. m. at the
Charles R. Archerd implement com
pany's store Front and State streets.
Those Interested In a tractor should
be present at this sale.' ,.. , .
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Complaint FUd .
Complalnt was filed yesterday in
the circuit court by James C. Gibson,
executor of the estate of Mary Ann
Given Kirk, against Frank Mapes,
et al., praying for a judgment on
certain promissory note and mort
gage,, for $800. taxes of $78.04 and
$75 atorney's. fees. .',. ' 1
New Ijocatlon . . .. i ,
K. A. Johnson it Co's. real estate
and fire insurance office, is now lo
cated In new quarters. In Jloomi ,1
and 2 Ladd A Bush Bank building.
More Scalps Paid Foi
County Clerk Boyer j yesterday
paid out , roore-.good money for go
pher and squirrel scalps, but he has
not -had time to have a rubber -can
celed" stamp made, so that he might
sell the scalps to soap makers. Its
a scheme he thinks worth.trying out.
Dr. Miu1Mnhti . ' I" "
Eye Specialist. United States Na
tional. Bank building.
Marriage License Issued . 1 j
County Clerk Boyer r yesterday Is
sued- a marriage license to George J.
Boedlghelmer, 25, and Leona Frank,
a 9. both of Stay ton. ',.;.
Good Time,,W. and R. Dance
Moose hall. Saturday night.
Next .Week K - : , ' ' ' ' J'' :
Is the time to begin ' the usable
course of study , In bookkeeping or
stenography at the Capital Business
college. New classes In . shorthand
on Monday day and night school.
Have you seen the - time you could
not advance because of a lack of
business knowledge? If so, remedy
the defect bv a training at this
school. It ; will pay in added effi
ciency.1?' ; ; r ;
Asixlllary to Meet " "':r:ri '';?..
The Eastern Star auxiliary of the
Red Cross will meet in the Masonic
tempte: club, rooms Tuesday, Jan
uary 8, from 10 to 4 o'clock.
Y. W. C. A. Board Election
An election of board memben of
the Younr Women's Christian asso
ciation will "be held today from 10
o'clock . m. to 6 p. m.. at the asso
ciation rooms. " The nominating com
mittee has submitted a list of names,
but others "may be added by the
member, i The nominees areMrs.
John W. Albert. Mrs.. A. N. Bush.
Mrs."H. C. Enler. Mrs. C. A. Park,
Mrs. H. S. Gile, Miss Margaret ,0ray
and Mrs. B. E. Carrier. ' i
Story Honrs Today .
?'-t Beginning today the- stories told
at 'the library, Saturday story hours
will .be representative ,of the folklore
and child life of the different na
tions. Saturday the stories will he
chosen from the Scandinavian litera
ture and will be "Ther'a, Wonderful
Tou und "Oerrlndnd Marit.?
br B jornson. T " There r will be two
story hours as usual at 8 : 3 0 and
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HALE To Mr and Mrs. Fred O.
Hale, in Salem, December 29.
1917. a daughter, weight nine and
' one-quarter pounds. ? ,
' Mr. Hale Is in Oakland. Cal.
TRIM In Salem, Thursday. Janti
. ary 3, 1918, at the Salem hospital,
j William Wt Trim, who waa 83
) years old.- -! '
He leaves a daughter, Mrs: Cora
Spencer, who resides at Springfield.
Or. The funeral
will be held this
morning at 8 o'clock from St. Jo-
seph'a Catholic chj
urch. Burial will
be in Odd Fellows
New Stadebaker, Is Derics
Six cylinder, going at a bargain.
Must be sold in the next few days.
If interested in a real bargain see
this car at Vlck Brothers garage.
Big W. and R. IHuioe
: Moose hall. Saturday night. 8: 3D.
Floral Society to Meet
: Tbe committee of tbe Floral so
ciety has arranged with Mrs. W. P.
Lord to deliver an address at the
meeting of the society to be heldTn
the commercial club auditorium next
Monday night on flax and the flax
Industry and its more general use.
Mrs. Lord Is said to have been the
first person to introduce flax into the
state of Oregon. . One month from
next Monday, at the regular meeting
of the Floral society, arrangements
have been made for taking, up the
generaL subject of gardening in all
its phases. .Lecturers will probably
be here from. Portland and war gar
dening will be discussed in all its
bearings.' . , . ,
' C. J. Gamble and wife, of Port
land, are guests of the Argo hotel.
Charles H. Hayer, of Sherwood.
Is at. the; Argo.
H.' O. Buck. L. 11. ' Waters. I. S.
Parrett, J. Wilson. F. E. Powell, C.
Beala. Gny S. King." A. E. Clyde, and
P. C. "Dresden, of Portland, are reg
.sterM at the Bligh.
; ; Mrs. ' J. Bohlender Is here from
McCoy, a ' guest of the BUgh.
A. Lt Wilbur, of Albany, is at the
Bllgh. -- - - .
Bessie F. Scott, of. Black Rock.
Is a guest of the Bllgh hotel.
C. W. Walker-and wife, of Chlca
go. are registered at the BUgh.
Charles Fisher of San Francisco.
is registered at the Marion.
J. H. Silver of Cleveland. Ohio.
is at the Marlon.
Tom Gorman. W. H. .Rountree.
Phil Flood, Ward Ooln.. J. W. Klane,
C H Griffith. H. J. Miller and wife.
i-. C. Tyler. D. W. Botsford and R.
J. Hcnning and wife, arc registered
at the Marlon Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Felstcd. of Cor
vallls. are registered at the Marlon
, O. M.. Duplus of Reglna. Sask., Is
i nuesi oi is uinon notei.
Mrs. B. H. Seward and eon. L. L.
Nookhester and W. L. Lowe, of
Burns, are registered at the Marlon.
i Mm C- C. Ireland and Miss Coop
er, are guests of the Hotel Marlon.
t General Agent A. A. Mick el of the
Southern Pacific, and family, are
expected home today from San Fran
cisco, where hey have been visiting
friends for about a fortnight. 1
Organ Redtd Wm Be
' ; Given at Church Sunday
I- An organ rental will be given at
the First Conrregational church
8unday . afternoon, January 6 be
ginning, at 4 o'clock, by Frank Wll-
bur Chace, Mua. Doc, No admission
will be charged but a silver offer
ing will be taken. The program fol
The Star Spangled Banner ...
Allegro Quasi Marcia ... . . .
. . . RosslW G. Cole
Solemn Prelude from the Gloria
Domini ...... T. TerOus Noble
Largo from the New World
Symphony ..... Anton Dvorak
Nocturne ...i.. Grieg
Concert Overture In E flat Faulkes
Chanson De Joie .......... Hailing
Home Sweef Home .........
. . .transcription by Dudley Buck
The Pilgrim's Song of Hope
(played by request ... .Batiste
Pastoral Suite Demarest
: 2." Rustic Dance.
,? A. Thanksgiving jV
Twenty-three Young lien
from Church in Service
- At a patriotic serylce'of the 'Leslie
Methodist church Sunday night the
church and Sunday school service
flag, containing a star for every
members who has enlisted In the
service, will be unveiled. A patriot
ic address will be delivered by Dr.
Carl' Gregg Doney and Governor
Wtthyeombe baa promised to attend
and speak. Twenty-three of the
young men have enlisted. Their
names follow: . . a -
Carl Nagel, Max Alf ord. William
Sherwood. Raymond Atterbery,
Pearl ttarkns. Elbert Chapman. Fm
mett Dickson. Percy Streyf eller,
Lawrence llopt, WHbur Dally. Her
bert Plank, Kirby Arnold, Alva Bur
leson, Maurice Lawson. Leslie Bai
ler. Relne Jackson. Frew W.
kSchwsb. Victor Taylor, Herbert Tay
lor, Milton Koorcman J. ArtLur
Martini Hugh: A. Afartfn. Dr. Ross
a. Aicintyre, Harvey Miner. j
Remodeled Chapel to be
r Presented to the Public
-' It ' was announced yesterday that
Willamette university chapel would
be formally presented to the public
Monday. January 7. In its remodeled
state. The town's-reople and espec
ially the alumni of the uaiversity are
Invited to attend the services whl'h
will be held Monday morning, at 10
o'clock. Special musie and speeches
will be on the presentation program.
I RED CROSS BULLETIN f
American Red Cross.
Business Office and Supply Depart
ment, Room 418 TJ. 8. National .
A big meeting is set for next Tues
day evening at 7:30 o'clock. It will
be held at the Middle Grove school
house on the SirVerton : road for the
purpose of organizing an auxiliary of
the Willamette chapter of the Red
Cross. An invitation has been extend
ed to all persons In the neighbor
hood to attend, everal Salem peo
ple, deeply interested in Red Cross
work, are planning to be present at
the initial session.
Yesterday afternoon the women of
the Neighbors of Woodcraft " met at
the hall and formed an auxiliary to
tbe Willamette chapter. For some
time the women have been taking
an active pare in lied Cross, al
though .having bad no formal organ
ization; It was felt that a regular
org-anizaiion wouia facilitate to some
extent tne work being conducted.
TH6 past two weeks have been
marked by numerous new additions
to the Willamette chapter, both In
I'oiK and Marlon ccuntles. Th num.
ber of auxiliaries now total 130. with
an estimated number of members of
MONMOUTH. Or.. Jan.
following is practically a comnlet
list of articles made by the Mon
mouth branch of tbe Red Cross: T-
oandages. 538: pajamas. 44 suits:
handkerchiefs. 84 8; triangle band
ages, 41; bed sox, 22 pairs; oakum
paas, 27; white cloths for hospital
use, 3 boxes; clippings for ambu
lance pillows, 1 box; hemmed wash
rags, 73; dusters. 13; tray cloths.
50; napkins. 54; dish towels sent to
Camp Lewis. 11. dozen; gun wipers
to Camp ; Lewis, 3000; Belgian
squares, 7; wash cloths. 207:
sponges. 26; wristlets, 1 "pair; box.
141 pairs; sweaters. 14. t
The regular meetinr of the Bed
Cross which has been, held on Wed
nesday during vacation, will be at
the regular Itme next Tuesday. L
Mrs. T. J. Edwards reports the
following new members: Mr. and
Mrs. G. R. Crofoot. Ina Fishback.
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Fream. Elizabeth
W'ade. Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Heffler.
R. O. Dodson. Emma Parker, M. M.
narvey, a. Brown. r
First Stop Signs Ordered I
' By Service Commission
The first order of the Oregon nub
ile service commission requiring the
installation of "stop" warning
signs -as provided by section 2 of
Chapter 429, Laws of 1917. was
made by the commission yesterday
on tne application of the city of Cor
vallls for the. installation of warn
ing bells. The "stop" signs are
ordered In lieu of the bells. Tbe
order provides that a warning sign
twenty-four " Inches In diameter,
painted with, a white field bearing
the word "stop In black letters be
maintained by the railroad com
pany within the limits of its right
et way on the street and highway In
Some Women: like !
. ; -Biting Into MarshmaUow
; "Some women have so much pow
der on if a fellow would kiss them
ne would think he was biting i a
1 "I favor-having a bawl-room at
tached to. every church.-
"It is easy for an old man who has
to rub his knees with goose grease
before he can get out of bed in tbe
morning to talk against dancing.";
Speaking -to the largest crowd of
tne week, Bruce- Evans, the evan
gellst.at the Baptist church, seemed
to put even more energy , Into his
preaching than lie has before. OVer
200 children have , attended the
meeting held by Mr. Evans In the
afternoon. He has promised . the
youngsters an auto ride and is go
in a- to ask every man In town who
will and can to volunteer his ma
chine for the occasion.
Last night Evans talked on the
prodigal son. It was an address full
of native wit and humor. The signs
advertising the evangelist advise
taking a nap before going to hear
him for he will keep you awake.
The sign Is certainly true for Evans
Is living up to the motto. No one
has been known even , to close his
eyes except In prayer. '
"When a man starts down it seems
everything is greased for the occa
sion. said Evans last night.
"Some : fellows get so low. down
they have to reach up to touch
" There is to be no service tonight.
Mr. Evans spoke twice "on Sunday,
You May Find !
It In Stocking
Cincinnati authority says your
troublesome corns just v
loosen and fall off
Sorre corns,' hard corns, soft corns
or corns between the toes just loosen
In their sockets and fall off the next
day If you will apply directly upon
the corn a few drops of a drug called
freezone, says a Cincinnati authority.
: You merely put a drop, or two of
this freezone on the tender, touchy
corn 'today and instantly the corn
stops hurting, then tomorrow some
time you may find the old torturous
pest, somewhere in your stocking.
having fallen off entirely without a
particle of sorness. pain or Irritation.
The. skin surrounding and beneath
the former corn will be as healthy,
pink and smooth as the palm of your
hand. . ' -
A quarter ounce of freezone is suf
ficient to rid one's fe;t of every corn
and . callus, . and any druggist will
charge but a few cents for it. It is
a compound made from etber.
Judge Kelly Holds Clean-Up f
in His Department of
Yesterday was clean up day in
Judge Kelly's court and he disposed
of a large number of cases. Many
for lack of prosecution were dis-
missed, while default and judgment
Following were the cases disposed
of and wiped off the docket:
8. W, Badean versus J. C. Ugfett,
default and judgment:
First National uang. or rortian 3i
versus Abaqua Lumber company et J
al. non-eult. ' . . s "' I
E. C. Gehrke and wife versus Ellal
Arthur Hinges versus R. F. Pet -
ers, settled and dismissed.
Roy Pngh yersus Mtnon coumy.
Villa Hofer versus Gust SchuIU
' Angeline Kaiser versus Catholic
Order of Foresters, settled and dU -
Oregon - Hop ' Growers association
versus O. M. Ospund, settled and dis-
Oregon Hod Growers association
versus Ole Satern, settled and dis-
J; W. Bellamy versus W. O. Aartx
e,t al, nonsuit.
Unlon 'Abstract company versus
Charles Rector, settled and dis -
Oregon Hop Growers association
versus O. J. Moe, settled and
B. O. Boedlghelmer and Arthur
Hinges, partners, yersus Henry
Steinbock. settled and, dismissed. -
I. L. Robertson yersus 'Sarah R.
Rodgers and Laura, Wood, settled
and dismissed. . j '
A. Snflley versus Fred Lelfhelt.
nonsuit. ! 1 ,
Frailer c McLean! yersus Moberg
brothers. Settled and dismissed.
Capital iStreet garage yersus j.
F. Iatham settled and aismissea.
Peter Htsr- versus -W. -M. Moores
and Charters Moores settled and dis-
R. I, Elwood yersus J. G. Davis,
default and judgment.
James Manory versus Statesman
Publishing company, settled and dis
missed. -: .'
Daniel Colton et al, against cam-
tal National bank, settled and dis-
- Daniel Colton et al, versus John
and! Sina Haines, settled and dla-
; 1 Hexter company versus Clarence
W". Scott, settled and dismissed.
Capital National bank versus Clar-
ence W. Scott and wife, settled and
! Magers ft Loose versus Charles w.
Neimeyer, settled and dismissed.
T. P. Farrinaton ' yersus ' J. J.
Barnes, settled and dismissed.
Ranson ft Co., versus A. E. Brad
ley, settled and dismissed.
G. . W. " Johnson versus Southern
Pacific company, leave granted to
file amended complaint. of the Tules committee, though that
;Meta Berg, yersus Jesse Johnson, plan feaglbie although rather unusu-
settlcd and dismissed. t . al. It was then suggested tie com-
. Harold Edwards, executor, ? etc, mittee be created by a special rule.
versus Ralph Swarts et al, default etLC 0 the regular committee mem-
and judgment.; . ; . r bers to be taken from their person
Wl H. Norrls, receiver, versus WU- nei 4nd tne speaker appointing them
lamette Amusement eompany, non- on the new body. This plan was ylr-
sult. without prejudice;
W. J. Porter yersus E. t-. aienton.
settled .and dismissed. -
State of Qregon ex rei, raig
Wormser A Co.. versus C. E. Tf eager;
dismissed on motion of district , at-
t!wlmam Murphy vs." Albert F. Mc-
Coy doing business under the firm
name of Jleed and McCoy, dlamlssea
for want of prosecution. -
M. P. Phillips vs. W. H. Rogers, stay in mis city on a tour ne nas
non-suit on moOon of plaintiff. been making in behalf of the Ar-
Carl Volgt ys. EmU Wltte, dismiss- menian and Syrian war victims,
ed for want of prosecution. "What I am going to discuss par-
The Roth Company vs. J. A. Simp- tlcularly." Mr. Elkus said tonight,
son and Mary Simpson, judgment by "Is the present situation of the Ar
def aulL , menians and Syrians rather than
R. L. Sabin vs. JV A. Simpson, de- what -happened to them; for itlrrhe
iauu kuu juusuicuu
Batreall Shoe Co. vs. J. A. Simpson
default and Judgment.
W. J. Porter ys. J. A. Simpson, de
fault and Judgment.
The AleCaskey Register " Co. ys.
Simpson ft Taples, default and judg
ment as to Simpson, on-sult as to
Yanles. - : -'" V .' ' '"
O. D. Bnrdlck and George W,
Smith vsv Southern Pacific Co., dis
missed for want of prosecution.
R. McFarlane ys. E. D. Moore, dis
missed for want, of prosecution.
- Standard Fashion Co., vs. W. ' F.
Klecker, non-suit on motion of plain
tiff. ' ' : X - f :
Uert F.merlck vs. V. A. Farnham,
Gus Elwell and Minnie Farnham non
suit as to V. A. Farnham and Gus
Elwell. ', ' ... i -
-Houghson ft Merton ys. Roy E,
King and John D. Woodford, non
suit on motion of plaintiff.
William Sheridan. vs. A. M. Beck
Louis . Brown vs. E. E. Cooper
and C. W. Gllllngham. dismissed,
want of prosecution.
, R. D. Gray ft Co. ys. Everett Ser
vice and Will Service, nonsuit.
Steusloff Bros. ys. A. M. Bolter,
Georgia E. Williams vs. F. Micken
ham, dismissed. ,
: R. Cartwrlght ys. Harry E. Mann
and Laura Mann, non-ault.
George B.i McCarty ya. J. B.
Graettenger, settled and dismissed.
E. R. Houston, et al. s. S. C.
Badertscher, settled and dismissed.
George B. McCarthy rsr J. B.
Graettenger,- settled and dismissed.
Irma Larson vs. W. M. Bnshey,
settled and dismissed.
W. A. Knoor ys. C. E. Relnhart,
continued on motion of plaintiff.
In the matter of a petition In equi
ty of Andrew J. Anderson for an al
ternative writ of error, the case was
The case of Spaniel vs. Freres was
set for trial Monday, January 7. For
the following Tuesday three cases are
set for trial. They are Dalrymple vs.
Craig. Miller vs. Chung and Austin
,vs.- Kantelbnrr. - i -
BIG FRUIT DEAL
Government Fruit Contract
Nets Packers Represent
' . By W. C. COWGILL
The Salem Fruit union, through
Mann iter It. C. Paul us ' .has cleaned
out all the DQ-bo's ana v-i v
prunes, packed In 50-pound boxe3,
and shipments have begun moving to
tha tTnltad States eovernment con-
tractorV A; C. Kuhn, of- San Jose.
as the! result of a,deal made by
Mr. Paulus as a windupi to negotia-
lona begun by him as chairman of
a committee apoptnted last summer
by the. growers here. The aeai
means about one million pounds of
.nn the entire cron of the whole
northwest produced in 1917, and will
I bring $125,000 In casn.
I xha nrice arreed on Is S 8.75 for
I 50-60's and $8.5 for 60-70'sy or tbe
d,.!- which Mr. Kubn 'Bad com
I manrfrd-the California crop. This
j prJce however, in the telegrams of
(acceptance, is suDject to reTiaion.
I ;a Mr Paulus said yesterday that
lno doubt when the matter was more
fully investigated the government
wouid then , set a price that would
jet ti,e Oregon dealera out whole,
nA with a small nrofit.
I The names of the rrbwers and
j packers were called for by wire by
I Mr. Kuhn. and yesterday Mr. ramus
received a message from bim stating
I the list had been wired to the gov-
i ernment agent in Washington, D. i;.
1 The nrunes are for Che army and
I navy, are to "be handled by the fruit
I commission of Washington, and not
jby the quartermaster's . department.
land will be delivered witn- manaa-
I tory orders.
a. letter received by Mr. Paulus
yesterday from Mr. Khhn said that
each packer would receive shipping
orders direct; from Washington, but
that It would be advisable or Mr.
paulus to keep in touch with the
situation at all times, as his advice
would be needed by the packers, or
I government, when shipments were
called for. i ,
i This deal practically cleans up an
the prnnes in the sites named, ana
leaves empty warehouses, ready for
the n-,k of 118. - -
The growers and packers who f ur-
nished th prunes follow:
i Mason. Ehrman ft Co., Fortlana
llrager Fruit company of Salem.
RosehUrg and Myrtle Creek, Or.
Willamette Valley Prune associa-
If- S. Gile & Co., Salem, Newberg
and? Roseburg. : ,
The Allen. Fruit company of El-
berfon. Wash., and Dundee, Or..
"yted jr W. G. 4 Allen. . manager of
Hunt Brothers company, Salem.
The Dundee Fruit Growers' asso-
elation of Dundee. Or. . 4 L
v The J. K. Armsby company of Dal-
TIas.' Or.', and Vancouyer,' Wash.
FULL USE OF U. S.
VATER P0YER, AIM
(Continued from pare 1)
j claiming Jurisdiction. Chairman Pou
I tually agreed npon.
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niiwuMHaur (u jcu ui
Srtffrnmr nf Armenians
DUTtCTing Of ATmeniOJU
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan.. 3. A-
ram I. Elkua. American ambassador
to Turkey, arrived here; tonight for
what is to be less than al twenty-four
THE STORE OF SERV
1199 South Commercial Street
in H7 T?7 TCP TT V? '
iS. : 13-1 U-l il-i IL-J. Uj
7 'B R E A ED
-Hade in Salcn "
railllon urvlvin.j; Annrnlar?
Syrians, of the two million v j
there bt'for the deportations,
can help." :
He -described hiuifielf as "An.'
sador ftlJl, but' not; a 'still amt.
dor" In view of the fact that Tu.
has severed diplomatic relations t
America, but that neither cou-
had declared war otti each other.
Mr. ElRus beganhls lour, at
ver, Colo. As a result $1000
raided to aid the victims, of y
key's war activities v.hilel $2r.,f
was raised In Salt Lake c'ty i
lowing hU viKlt to tnat city.
lie will leave for the east tor
The war and the tendency i .
trenchment threaten to leave 2
garment workers in New York
- Everybody "Welcons
I am a graduate dermat
gist and pedicurist. ren.
corns, s bunions, rallones,
growing 'toe nails,- cure c
blains. or any other f
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We sell you standard g
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-our Shoes to outwear
'shoe on the market t'M
for from $1.00 to $2.00 i
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Well sell the genuine .
Shoe for $5.05. Can :
beat it? ? '
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Our stock is of the highest quality. Give us a trial.
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