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THE OUKCJOX STATESMAN: MNIfAV. MAY !. IOC".
TO BE MB
After May 31 When Federal
Wheat. Guarantee Act
CHICAGO, May 7. A committee
of 47, representing all branches or
grain production and marketing will
be appointed to plan the handling of
the wheat crop and to take action on
the resumption of trade in wheat fu-
privileges of the Lover act. if neces
sary, to prevent a pool of foreign
governinenia from banipulating the
American wheat markets.
He said that inadequate inland
H names foriornt I transDnrtat ion facilities Otiered ad
tures after May 31 when the wheat
guaranty act expires, it was decided
today at a meeting of board of trade
representatives, grain dealers, mil
lers, elevator men and bankers.
called by Julius
At the same time a committee of
16, composed of two representatives
to be appointed by each of the eight
exchanges where trades in futures
have been handled. Chicago, Duluth.
Minneapolis, Omaha. Yoledo, Kansas
City and St. Louis to make recom
mendations on the suggeetionns from
all elementns concerned and will re
port its recommendations to the gen
eral committee which will take ac
tion. A committee headed by Kred B.
Wells, of Minneapolis, was chosen to
day to arrange for the. 'organization
of the general committee of which
they will be member. ;wlth Mr.
Wells as chairman.
Mr. Barnes in an address said
"there were untold difficulties in the
suggestions of grain exchanges that
the government invoke tthe embargo
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ly true during the summer season when the
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Our styles are distinctive yet safely con
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The materials are, not only: fashionable, fast,
durable-r-and are . always made for you thus
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hazard to a return to an open mar
Several speakers said the trans
portation situation was serious.,
C. D. Custafson of Nebraska, head
of the farmers' union, said:
The car shortage is the mo?t seri
ous part of the prob'.em. Fifty per
cent of the cars are not fit to handle
grain with, and cars are in the east
which should be in the west ana
southwest. From ten to twenty per
cent of the old crop is still on the
farms, unable to move, and the new
crop is coming on."
Organizer Communist Labor
Party Arrested at Portland
PORTLAND. Or.. May 7. Herman
Schultei. 35 years old. who gave his
nationality as Swiss, was arrested
here today on a warrant charging
The warrant was sworn to by Wal
ter F. Geren. special agent for the
district attorney's office who charg
es that Schulter is a member of and
an organizer for the communist lab
He is being held in jail in lieu .f
CATHOLICS' TO RAISE FCXIK
CHICAGO. May . An endow
ment fund of J2"i, OOO.OOO with
which to prosecute activities anions
Catholic organizations fn America
and in foreign countries will be
raised by the National Catholic lay
men's council of the National Cath
cllc welfare council. It was announc
ed, following the organization of the
laymen's ccuncil by representatives
from 171 Catholic societies at a
meeting that closed today.
Hen Directs Attention
To 'Moonshine Whiskey
PHOENIX. Aria.. May 6. Hearing
a hen cackle a short distance from
their house, two ranchers near here
went out to the roadside to look for
the egg. Instead - of an egg. they
found a keg of "moonshine" whisky
which they turned over to the sher
The keg had been hidden in brush
growing 'beside the road. Officials
hazzard a guess . that It had been
placed , there by illicit disttillers and
was to have been taken away by
bootleggers.! Value of the keg's
contents was estimated at 1500.
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f?f Upon Ice
G$ a frigator You Can
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New York Democrats Shy at
Prohi and League of Na
ALHANY. K. Y.. May 7. Dele
gates from New York state to the
Democratic national convention at
San Francisco next month will re
commend to the national platform
committee acceptance of a plank
falling for universal disarmament as
a means of establishing jeace on
foundations that cannot be easily
disturbed and of driving down the
tigh cost of living.
A resolution placing the delegates
on record as in favor of such a
plank was adopted unanimously by
inc conference of delegates at the
closing session tonight.
Failure of the conference to go
on record on the prohibition ques
tion or the league of nations
brought charges from Mayor Georcre
Lunn of Schenectady and former Su
preme Court Justice Samuel Sea-
bury of New York that "the issues
were being dodged."
Mayor Lunn suggested that Pres
ident Wilson's administration should
he endorsed and a definite stand
taken on the league of nations. In
seconding the suggestions of Mayor
Lunn Mr. -eabury offerea a reso
lution which, if adopted, would have
placed New York's delegation in op
position to a "wet" plank of any
kind in the national platform. The
resolution sought to have the con
ference declare that the ISth amend
ment "shall be fairly and Justly en
forced, the same as any other am
Recommendations of the resolu
tions committee accepted by the con
ference as possible planks In the
national platform Include:
Declaration for a wage adequate
to maintain a reasonable standard
of life, including the principle of
living wage for women in Industry
guaranteed and protected by law.
Adoption of an amendment to the
federal constitution prohibiting child
. Enactment of national-laws for
bidding the employment of women
or children, at night in mines, fac
tories or mercantile establishments.
An eight honr day, or 4 hour
week, and a weekly rest of at least
2 4 hours, which should include Sun
day whenever practicable.
Norman E. Mack, of Buffalo, was
reelected national committeeman
from New York, a position he has
held for 20 years.
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On Your Dental Work
tin only high-clj.-s d-nllMr;
uMnr lhr vrrj txat of
I am now oflnini; I'ie-War Priori nl I guarantee
Crowns (Anterior) Gold or
('roans ( Posterior) .. .T.x
Bridge work. Gold or Por
celain 94MM) to 97.00
Gold Fillings $2.00 up
Porcelain Fillings. .S2.00 ap
Cleaning Teeth. .
Extractions . . . . ,
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DR. C. A. ELDRIEDGE
204-5 Gray Building
Corner State and Liberty Sts.
Over Hartraan Bros.
includes 37 banks In all sections of
the countrv. must be first approved
by the state department.
SALEM MARKETS I
AKD PRODUCE .WAATZD
MiLrica Creamery 4 Produce Go,
Salem. Oretron. . Phon 24SS
VVhat happens when you haven't a refrigerator? Baby's milk turns
sour, the butter turns rancid, the meat becomes tainted, and there's
nothing cool in the house to oVinkr ' ;
' v These are very dangerous and uncomfortable things to have
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happen m summer. 7 . . -
f Let us show you our large stock of refrigerators. We Have sizes
and styles for every household."
Don't fail to ask our clerks to show you the new "iceless" re
rfrigerators particularly adopted :f or tbe farm. .
by Japan to Consortium
WASHINGTON. May 7. Japan
has withdrawn all objections to
Chinese consortium and has prepared
a communication accepting tbe terms
as agreed upon by tb fnited States.
Great Britain and . France, the state
department' was Informed today by
the American embassy at Toklo.
The consortium will become ef
fective as soon as the signatures of
officials have been affixed.
The acceptance of the consortium
by Japan ends a two years' effort
by the stale department to provide
for the financing of China by rep
resentative groups f of bangers in
each of the four - treat countries.
Japan has contended that Manchu
ria and Mongolia should be excluded
from the operation of the consor
tium, claiming that It had predomi
nant rights In that territory be
cause of proximity. The United
States, however, refused to agree to
The terms of the consortium are
general and each negotiation undir
it will be taken up separately, Ja
pan will have the right to object to
loans for any work she feels will
jeopardise her national life or vi
tally affect her sovereignty. Under
this head, it is said, may be included
the construction of railways Jn cer
tain sections of China, particularly
The amount of money to be lean
ed, under the consortium has not
been estimated, but the advance soon
of $50,000,000 for railway and other
construction and betterment Is ex
Immediately after receiving word
rf the action of the Japanese gov
ernment today. Breekenrldge Ixnig,
third assistant secretary of state,
who has conducted all of the negoti
ations for the United States.- noti
fied the governments of Great Brit
ain and France.
Under the terms of the consor
tium all loans made. by the banking
groups which In the United States
Eggs and ronltry
Eggs, 3 Sc.
Hens, heavy, 28c.
Young chickens. 24 to 2tc
Old roosters, ISC
Pork, Mattoa and DeW
Pork on foot, 15 He
Dressed hogs. 19c-20c.
Beef, steers, 9 to lie .
Cows. ( to 10c
Top veal, 19c.
Cheat hay, $22 to $23.
Oat and vetch hay, per ton.
Clover bay, $25 to $2C.
Wheat. $2 to $2.05.
Feed oats. X5e to 90c.
Beans, 6e tHc
Mill Feeds, Retail
Wholesale To Dealers
Creamery butter, , cartons, C5-Ct.
Oranges, $5 to $7.
Lemons, $5 to $(.
California grape fruit. $4.
Florida grape fruit. $7 to $8.
Onions. $7. SO a sack.
Turnips, S5 a dosen bunches.
Carrots, K5c a doxen bunches.
Bell pepper. 40c a pound.
Celery, $1.85 a doxen.
Round radishes 40c dosen banehes
Parsley, COe dosen bunches.
Beets. tSe dotea bunches.
Green onions. COe doxen banehes.
Lettuce. $1 s doxen.
Pea 20c pound
Creamery butter. 70c.
Dairy butter. 63c.
Eggs. dox.. 40c.
Flour, hard wheat. $2.35 to $3.10.
flour, valley. 12.55 OS 3.
Sugar, cane. 25c.
Sugar, sack. $24.05.
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umph Pills. 8f mmi always p4
bl. Not eol4 st Srua a lor a. ix avt
xprlmat with others; Mt 4ur
potnlmvnt. Writ for "Kaltef sa4
part Ira isrs; It's fr. Address: Ksttos).
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A DORNEY SPECIAL
THREE ROOM BUNGALOW
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R. B. DORNEY
nm sale Home ox iictti
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tharrk atrat. aanr aa4
iiw. tiwwm. a m-m jj,.
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a4 Ik howaa la soo4 c4.tU-
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North Cenaaerrla atra with r..
raa ha ocrwpi4 lanWltlr; !-..
a North Toarth arat. Ihiv at
411 North Cottar atraot. Phoaa Hu.
25 ACRE PRUNE ORCHARD
Oaa of Ih fcat. toeatW ' a Pax-irva
"Shwar s faw sail fraaa SaWav
Tra ara full of h.norm aa hoaitkr.
Vrr Vael tak traM ryt. mit
Irava. trarha tad ail anipai: rtaa
wall. Ursa gas aaatn aa4 taac.
lloaaaa to It iav If mM l aa
a moaay saaJuas orchara t
Ufa. aoa rhta ITU aw ttn aa arra
Ahoat half eaah wUI haa4t: hai.
saca S ar ratt
S. R. PEARSON & PEED
445 Orrw IH4g. Phaaa It
' IISM CASH
Daya large saw atora haU4lsg la Waat
ftaUaa. lrat4 risht hlshwar. la
ow Solas s prafitahi rro ory haaf
a.aa aaa caa W rtmiii Thia aa-ic
Iacla4.a aoawa f lataroa. saaotfaa prat
aa ftaas. avuxa. caa ha twttiiil at'
I avoir. Ilapi4tr grow lax SuW
with aanbrr ar a v a ni a
hunt aaS snore pwjaataS. .llaa A.
raaaa aatS hath spvtairp aa4 tars
ifaiar pores. uuiMiag
lit Orrgas BMf.
Aider aX lOCst
Jm taosf somaUl hotel ts Part
land. AH Or cos Clectrte tralaa
top' at the SEWARD.
it ssd sp. WK2t srtrsXa
$20 PER BIONTH
BUYS 51650 BUNGALOW
Am Jaat retaplvtlas saw sa4rm r uaa
haacalow ia Klarwao4 aS4uak Tata
cor liltl haa la lathaS aa4 pUa-
tro. aaa rocaMaatkoa untf
and 4 la la r two airy 4r
hltrhaav. ra4ra hath, tailac
. rtr taak aa4 ethar lata toataroa.
llaa water aa4 awr waaarOaa.
rtoaa la (rasa arh4. Ita rear
aortaaitr t hrat tha hich raa La la
aa4 aw a yoar in hotaa om tartaa
hraar (vra oifrr4 m Sola
R. B. DORNEY
3t Oragos Balldlag.
Oaa f the Swat. IS aall.i frowt IUJao;
lanS lay wall a4 tha hat af awiL
All r ralttrattaat. hat IS arraa wff
paatara. tins a-, r aaS rrk; is arras
.fall whaat; alfalfa will arrow aw rata
. placs. Strtctlr laaSara. aiaot saw.
tarra mmam ass harav saaa-a:
Twelve Injured When
Trains Collide Head-On
TEXA RKANA, Ark.. May 8.
TweUe persons were Injured in a
collision tonight two miles north of
Hope. Ark., when Missouri Pacific
psMenger train No. 233. southbound.
and an extra freight met head-on.
Both engines were telescoped.
DOWN. ON THE
CHICHESTER S PILLS
Sirrv "S LAMeNw BKAaV A
I TaOo ao warn Fr T
SOLB R aQOSn DliTaW
'Ton get more lor Your Money at Moore't"
HKIOirT OF THK cxximox OF
SALEM BANK OF COMMERCE
at Salem. In the State of Oregon, at the close of business. May 4. 1920
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts,' secured and unsecured .."."!.!!.!"..""
Honds and warrants 1 TT .!!!!! 1 ".
Banking house 11!1L!1!!
Furniture and fixtures TT ...!!. . . .
Due from approved reserve banks i . . .
'berks and other cash items ,..!!!!.!!""
Exchanges for clearing house TTI'.ll! ." . '.
Cash on hand . . . . ; i . ' "
J ''A: , :
I.U bill tie
Capital stock paid In
surplus fund 7. ..!!!!!!!!! !
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid. '
Individual deposits subject to check " . ' "
Cashier checks outstanding
Time and Savings Deposits
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It's a hiha thay aaa alwar ha pawas at"-
IT yoa waat a Wrtia that Vaa tha alai 4 1
hard rkliac. r.'a. wtU
av i--J f r lit
A St raaaaaa? oala far tha
DwJ kaawa-hrtec sisi with paa whoa raa
Jjaa aa toes at taa aaw aaaaahh
Harry W. Scott
147 South Commercial Street
2.4ftO no I
State of Oregon. County of Marion, ss:
V. Compton. cashier of the above-named bsnk. do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of mv knowledce and belief
Correct-Attest: V C0M"O Ashler. '
B. L. STEEVKS,
GEO. F. VI CK.
S. B. ELLIOTT.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 8th day of May. 1920.
, , GUY O. SMITH. Notary Public.
My commission expires .December 16. 1933.'
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"OR SALB-ti ACHES: ONE OK THK
imw inprsTM rarma la Ih Wn
an wnrai tnn rod clovar. balaara
paatara with om tiwbor: atf fae4
wth woven wir. Th aoil la tha
vry haat. PrJc with rrp. for a
ahnrt tuna. 1 1 1 : per acre. cash.
n w m j.iri a c a p.r rent.
HART & MULLER
3t Orarna BWg.
priar wall with raa pa top aaS taak.
wrhara. a aaa 11 trait. aarSaa. ate. All
wova wlr farS InamvSiata paa
ario with crap. Pxtca Its as a era.
S.R. PEARSON &PEED
Orrcos CU(. rhowa II
TIICSC AH oocrrx
it ars af s fralt raach with ahoat SS
srraa la prssM aaS rhcrriaa. It arros
of aaa aaS IS af the wthrr with aoia
apploa. losaaharrt aaa atrawhorrtoa.
ahowt ! arraa la oata aaS whal A
oo4 S-roess saoSars how a with wa
r rTataai aaS ftaa rprlar wstor.
This la s sallas aat aaS caa ha Washt
fn. lilt - mrr.
Astf thla aaa a farm ef 111 arraa wf
rtvar hot t oaa laaS with arroa la
ratttvatlas. S or mcr ef tca
aorrua. gao4 4-roaaa ha a. aa4 laaw
li V arch are. all fracas. H nUi la
railroas atatioa. rrita 1 1M sr ocra
a J. A. MIXXS
Wlgh Hot a I
D0RNETS HOUSE LIST
fl? hfadrra 4-roots ssagslaw. staa.
trras. hats, totlat. a war. water. Caa
ha boatkt far flllS Saww. l
I12M MoSars T-roooa hows with all
ep-ta-eal rosataaa. Iala4ias
hatlt-la ho f fat aaS hoohraaoa. Satch
kltchao. whtta aaaaallS hath. ala
las porch, riroptaoa. faraaca. saras.
airy alalaa imba. Ilo aari. a.n.
1 tiooa a-room hoaaa. laraa lira
Its lot cisae la as 11th Irvt.:
a-raom hvacalow la ttrr goad
rottsitioa. waiklas dnUara oa boats
lth: I lite raaS will iai
lla Lara S-roora how, all plaa-
rr gao4 cwaSitioa: has aaaahar af
ha Ul-la fatara; baaomoat. ate. Too
raa hay thla homo for t IV Saw a aaS
lha balaara at rata of lit a saaath.
R. B. DORNEY
111 Oragas rtalMlatT Phoa 911
ONE Or THESE VAT IT
Moaara court atroot rwat4aw a aat
woa fall canat baa aa aat. faraara
aaS garaa: IS hvariac fraK traoo.
hailt-ts hitrHa aaS paauaaa. larr
hall aaS rloaot moan. vo4 lrt.
riot baa chata. hlchly aartchoS Sar
Soa, laraa lot. war a a at Wa
rtty aoaa aa thla la ow tha aaafhat at
holinai prtro af S.a. fa4 thtr
asala but Its ao aaS aasy fraaa.
-roora moaara hnv. cloa la oa aaII
lot at 1 1111: loctriritr. hath, awtlt-ia
kltchvn. baaratot, faraaca aa4 aa
mat: SIS caah aaS Hi s sssalh. So
thla. (hra har It
acra is claar. IH la srals IJS
Inr aprlas aa4 rrok: aprios watae
P'po4 to aauM aaS bora; tare 1 1
om hoaao laraa ha rm fair arm alt
hwiiaiass aa4 laca This la S bbiIos
north af Kalam : aot aa arro af poor
land: tnaat al at SIS.: atal
proporta; S aaa eh to a tor
nTKB A 11KNDK1CKM
SU V. a. Nail. Dash Uidf. phoaa 1(1
LOOK 'EM OVER
ITS acrca. SI acraa la pntaaa.
loc planted: S acraa poaches: IS
acrea InaaohorrUa: farmhoaa. aara.
Srrar. atorrhoua. saras a4 alhar
buildings. Frtc ilia pr arro.
Ill acrea oa Sastlam rtr. Si acrvo
under cultiratlon. 4S acres meadow,
halanc tlrabor. Good barn and raa
htna a had. haaaa sot tnwch good. A
barsaia at 4.is, half caah, ar wtU
take la city bom for litre.
12 acraa naar Alhaay oa O. E. t
acrea Is cultivation, ton soo4 tlrw
br; T-raora houaa. bam a ad car aaa
HIS par acre, on o-third caah.
14 acres within tha city limit of Ss
last, good aoil. oa!y SM par arre.
jy ehras blc hoaao, fiva acraa of
land with lola of frail, oa carlia a ad
aavod street. 8o .
ELSW0RTH PICKELL -
... Real CsUts-Lsass
HI Masonic Twipl SaUay, Or,
Read the Claiullc'a Ad.
EXTRA GOOD BARGAINS
acraa chalca laws, rtoaa la. Ha tora.
Ik. family arrhars. hatldlags, I lira.
IS acraa boat 61 to. haUdiass. orckarS.
fond foacos. fiaa well, slca loxaUow.
IISM; easy term a.
(acra tracC sailea oat. II hoartag
sraa. cheer lea. applaa. togaahorn.
goo4 baUdaass. haas. 11 .; aaay
ISrooea apart meat haw, rtoo la Ilia.
11 acrea clooo la. f mo haildiaga. water
aralam. chalca local km. gaoS archais.
Tor hargaiaa la far aaa. scrrsgs. city
PERRINE & MARSTERS
Cora mere Ul Qii dr. SaUaa. Orecoa
READ THIS CAREFULLY
n arras Varalod oa th 4g
Sf Faleta: loa (has la tall frora
rvntrt kniM; baa good howa aa4
horn, cntkea howao. all flea acrea
ander rwltlaatloa: owo acr praoo
ire; aaotker pteeo p taa 14 ta la
g an here ea; ihla small tract IS S bit
gats till rash.
R. B. DORNEY x
S39 Oregoa PalMlag. rha SIU
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