THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 27, ltf21 FOUR PLAYERS TO BE HEARD ches and hundreds of other art!-! cles. Sheriff Bower said tonight that he had no clue to the iden tity of the robbers. Entrance was effected by breaking down two doors, and the loot apparently was carted away in an automobile. Men Charged With Conspir acy to Throw Game Will Go on i Stand iGONY ! IS DESCRIBED Eddie Cofottee! Says He Felt j So Badly Fatal Game I Was Easily Lost ; CHICAGO, July 2. The de jenae: in' the baseball trial will fend at leant four of the former pbicago White Sox players charg ed with "conspiracy to throw the 1919 world series to the. witness Hand to testify. It was announced tonight a the state , entered the ;ast half of the ninth inning in iti Ireaenation of evidence. t Chick (Jandil, named by state HtncPHes ! an organizer of the aliened $100,000 sell-out; Buck Weaver, third 'b.-tseman; Swede Rlsberr. 1 shortstop, and Happy frelnch. cente fielder, are the men It was announced, would testily. I Btate Finishes Today i Eddie Cicotte, Joe Jackson and plaude Williams, the three play rs who confessed to the grand lury that they were paid to throw tames, also may take the stana The state will finish its case omorrow. " ' - The defense announcement am ' after the confessions of Llcotte, Williams and Jacksofr had een read to the Jury today. Mrmt of the White Sox team hare been called as witnesses and odav "Dutch Ruether. now wnn ha Rrooklrn Nationals, but who bitched the first game or the rorld series for Cincinnati, was ubpoenaed by, the defense. Confessions rrraw-a Court adjourned this morning k hile the attorneys went over the brand Jury confessions, eurainat ng all names except; those or tne men maainK. mem ana a iew names of men not Implicated in he ease, but which bad to leu to breserve 1 the , continuity 01 tnr statements, v i At the afternoon session tney Were read to the Jury by a state attorney iwlth court stenographer? Who -originally took -them down becking the reading from their horthand notes. The actual transcripts of the onfesslons varied but' little from he frequently published reports. Horns Conflrmcdt -i Cicotte confirmed some of Bill Burns testimony, mentioning the tneetings Burns said were held In Sew York. Cincinnati and Chicago M though mention of Burns or of rthcr nlayers said to have have been present waa stricken out. I .The former pitcher told of hit ling Rath, the first man up in the first game, while trying, to walk plm; but said he played his best arte mat. . ,.i . I.. "I pitched my best afterwards, tie said. 'I didn't care what hap- Jiened. They could have had my. heart and soul If I could have pollen out of , the deal I guess hat was the' trouble; . I tried loo ard and played poorly as a re- ult. i. - u Cicotte Wan Sorry. s Speaking of another . game, CI- tootle said that while playing he 'wished someone would come out and fhoot him.-." . 3 "I lay awake ' all , one night (thinking and wishing that, there wa3some way I could go out and hi In that series myself', he sail. j"I would gladly, have given back with, interest,, :-:r t ;r j The confessions of Jackson and Kvilliams told how they were giv en ,15,000" each after the fourth jpame, being promised $20,00') (each. Bolli denied making inten tional errors, but said they 'might;, have tried harder." . j i It Came Easy I Williams, in referring to the second game, which . be pltcnea. 'I didn't have to marte errors. I iust walked Borne men and then ! . . . 1 borne basehits came aiong ana me game was. gone. , -- ; P Tomorrow the state .will; an bounce j either that it will finish u ease or will put BUI Manarg lot Philadelphia on tne stana to rive- testimony designed to cor . . m ntii vASnn a 't&fi lesumoay oi urn if Maharg does not go on-io- raorrow he and Joe Oedeon, for mer StJ Louis player, win De useo by the state in rebuttal testimony The defense nana to ia' morrow that the case against Carl Zork of St. Louis and Ben Louis Levi of Kokomo, Ond.. be dismissed on the ground that insufficient .evidence naa oeen presented against them. our Run-Away Boys Are Picked up by Police Four runaways, one of whim had come as far as Butte, Moul.. wers p!ckd no Mondav moirilnr about 7:30 ty Sargeant Ellis of the pblicp station snd are now be rg held in the city jail pending wordi from their parents who lavej been notified by telegraph n th"? meantime the four were apparently none the Trorse for their confinemfnt and were yes- Urday playing ball with a pillow part of th time and the rest ( tlto time anius'ng tbemerves by exercising their vocal organs. All of th boys have bumml their way here. Their names ard tpe'r future deslnatlon as soon the'T parent. are heard from at'! some means of transportation are fennd are: Cus Hammel. 14. jM North Fourth street. Yakima. Wash.; Joe Kujawa. 15. 1511 Cal ifornia street. Butte. Mont; Ralph Robinson. 16. 314-orth l-'ourth s reet. Yakima; Kim-r Hein, 16, South Knob Hill Yaki ma, route 4. TT WILL ESI UMTS T CI IS APPROVED Supreme Court Holds With Executors in Every Par ' ticuar of Case OPINION IS UNANIMOUS Proceedings to Set Aside In stituted by paughter Of Late Publisher othrr dafnties that make such a therinKs worth while. Between the hours of 9:30 a. m. and 2 p-'ni., everyone enjeyid the luraea, races and other itenu oa the program. What a tinia ev ery man. woman and ch id had all vied lor the prizes offered: Uitpr the pitni menu v.-g. tack led anu jiup, nu's. prPttefs, am1 grare-Juc; lost out in the con IHct. Ted !',mncr and Morris SchoI nick Norvrrgian baritoiifs. wore No 1 ar 1 2 on the musical pro pram Their most hhy ap plauded effort v.as n duet, -Shop where the Crowds Buy." That Henry I,. ! Tit took, foun der of the Orpgonian, apparently had vciry much more influence over 'tie defendants than they had ovr him. that his word was the law of his business, aud that it was theirs to obey and not to influence or dictate, was one of he important conclusions of the Oregon! 8iiprpme Hurt whih yes terday ihanded down an opinion affirming In eTery particular the lepatity; of the will of the late j publisher. The opinion was writ ten by Chief Justice Burnett and was concurred in by all members of the Icourt. i Mr. Pittock died in Tortland January 2X. 1919.1 leaving an es tate valued at approximately $8, 000. 000. Under j the provisions of a wjll dated AuRust 23. 1916. he cave all of tils property of every kind to G. A. Morden, busi ness .njanaper of j the Oregonian. and OJ L. Price, confidential sec retary jto Mr. Pittock. in trust for a period of 20 years. Family Provided For. Provisions were made in the will, however, that the trustee shonld; pay the sum of $1000 per month! to Mr. Pittock's widow during her lifetime, or until the termination of the trust, and the further sum of $500 per month to each of his five children. The children included four daughters and one son. Payments to tha children were td continue dur ing the life of each, or until the closing of the trust. There also was a i provision jn the will that in rfltrn n . ki. ,i.n.i . 1 1 rl 1- In thlt I . ' .1 ....... .1 Tne ptane. viain. iifh '"".should die durinc tho Recruits Come Rapidly For New Aero Squadron PORTLAND. Ore . July 26. In one-third the time anticipated hy those behind the drive, the full ipiota of 114 men for the iirst provisional aero squadron. Oregon national guant was reached twlay. O. L. lfferts, acting adjutant, ;tn r. mi need. Bernrtina: will continue, he anid. on a waiting Hrt basis. Appli cants will be numbered in the classifications they seek to obtain and ar. vacsn'-ier. app?r in each department the next man on thf wait ng list will be enlisted, Lu ferts taid. 10IN HAVE IRISH LEADERS AT PRELIMINARY CONFERENCE. HUGE PLANS National Foundation to Erect $3,500,000 Home in Washington! D.C. - OLD ESTATE PURCHASED Douglas Clark Hangs By Toes Whiles Machine Scoots Through Space The human fly, who daringly scales the walls of America's tall buildings, and the daring high- diter whose thrilling leaps of 100 feet or so used to draw the crowds mnst one and all give way to Douglas Clark, "wing walker." who yesterday thrilled several hundred persons gathered at the avlatiorf field near the state fair grounds Clarkj in an airplane piloted by Capt. Charles R. Parmelee, ap parently made sincere efforts to break bis neck while the plane banked and Bwerved over the field. Out on the end struts of FLAYERS KFXKASKB- CHICAGO. July 26. - Oorce Tvler, southpaw pitrhT of the Chicago Nationals and Oscar "u 'ey. coach, tonight were given their unconditional release. Object is to Turn Enfran chisement Into Dynamic, And Useful force I -. WAFIIIXOTOX, June 21 The Woman's National foundation, re cently organized, heroi as a means to focus the interest! 'of the wo rn on of the country in co-oper ation with women's organizations dollar tract . of the Can-! dential dh- AVOOL BIDD1XO ACTIVE I.ONOOV. July 2fi. There were 10,476 bales offered at the wool auction sa!es todav. Biddins m r i was active ana prices steatij. There was a better demand for in ferior grades. Water1 Temporarily Shut Out: of Salem Power Ditc! hreeze with only alternate toe and hand holds on th braces to pre vent his being whisked off the machine for ; an inevitably fatal flop over In horizontal flight. The i Although only 9 years old, Clark is known, as one of the most' daring -of. aerial- perform ers, , and .has. been 'featured' by Pathe and Fot In news -stuata and special productions. w'?. The performaweea- at thefalr grounda were ' given - Monday., and Tuesday evenings, there being no charge for admission of individu als or cars to the aviation field. "Wednesday will be our last flight day here," said Captain Parmalee last night. "Tomorrow night we will stage an aerial aiuni mat oas uerer been put on in this city at any previous time. This will be tha famous "vertical reverse," witn Clark ridmg the plane's top when the machine makes a complete flap over in horizontal flight. Th only money that Clark gets out of thla stunt Is the sum contrib- tted by those who witness ma work. We have been warmly praisoft for our exhibitions here," sam Parmalee. "and wish to extend this invitation to all Interested in rlanes to visit us at the field at, any time Wednesday." LOCAL LEG! IS AFTER CLUB 1 has bought a million cf land in the heart! hecticut avenue ires! trict and r'ans to erect buildings costing about $3.50(0.000. The s te of the home of the organi zation irf the old iJean tract on Connecticut avenue ;';hill. It Jrobably tho last remaining es tate of extensive grounds in the region which has nojt yielded to the up-town march j of business ana apartment hotels!. I'plift Is flhject. Mrs. C. C. Calhouii, president cf the foundation, has described its objects in an address to its 30 founders as follows: '"Our purpose is a co-operative work for humanity, j I heard a man say that a tremeiridous dyna mic force has been liberated in the world by the enfranchisement of women; that the greatest statesman would be the man or woman who could use that force to the best advantage and help to direct it. We are the mothers, wives and sisters of the race, the natural housekeepers of the na- . ( '-U & J: t ! v 1 , jA f 1 A UXU v, - 1 I l.-. H, committee ko direct th work of. the organisation. I The "vice pres idents include Mr. Stephen U. Elklns, Mrs. James Carroll Frv xer and Mrs. John Hayes Ham mond. Parachute from Sky Startles Watchman i )RD, Tioto by TJnflerwood tTB(Jrwoo4. Arthnr Griffith and Eamon de Valera, "President of the Irish Republic," photographed in the court yard at Mansion House, in Dublin, during a recent conference which resulted in the decision to meet Lloyd George and talk things over in London. redforD. England.' June is. A night Iwatchman at the royal I airship hangar at! Cardington. near here got the surprise of his life when he jaiw a parachute dropping i from the sky in the early morn- j ing a few jdays ago. j . ' , ' t Iwtil tipre?" asked ; . an a v. w w - a cairn votce. , i L The parachutrst waa Air Com- , modore E.!N. Maitland, , on his wav homeito Howden air station 'from Epsofn aboard the dirigible R-33 which had acted as oinciai traffic coaftroller and wireless station at the Derby races. Commodore Maltland explained that he nan suaaeniy reraemmsr ed that hei had to attend an Im- portant xncfting at the Cardlnfton station m ve eru iuuiuu. . .m. 1- u. r.t IhAM In time was tb Jump right orf," he said. . : . '! :': ' Two Cent Cigar Will Be Sold to Italians ; i -;' ROME. July 25. Somehow the I Italian government has solved tho problem of la cneap national n gar. Prices of tobacco have been soaring to such luxurious heights i. that the ordinary cigar smoker rntiM not niirchase. Accordingly. , & i experts wer assigned the task of) t getting up ja new cigar. x i ney : . have just hnnounced their ac- ; . complishments of the task. The new cigar will soon be pui on j the market land Will sell for two j cents. It will resemble the Pitta t Executive Committee Makes tion, and it behoovfia us to see Plans for Circus and Auto Contest that our house is put in order and kept clean. It!! is not our purpose to try to dirfect the poli cies of members of the foundation but as a body v politic to give to stand with a solid front acainst the insidious propaganda that is endeavoring to disintegrate us. Work Is Supplementary. "One of the objects of the foundation is simply to invite clubs and club members who de sire to fe?l that they have a club "Then we. plan; a theater or cpera hou?e. Our auditorium will not in any way interfere with the plans of the George Wash ington? memorial, which Js to i be the mneh-needed convention hall with space for patriotic societies' SEIZE!! en fflBISJJIB I- Blackmer Temporarily Blin ded by Explosion of Pow- der While Blasting 20 vear3. the payment to that person wai to be (continued to the children o! the dereased child hut it mere were no such children, the payment to that one should cease sirs. Pittock died before her hus- trand. Undue Influence Charms!. The proceedings to set aside the will were instituted by Caro line Pi Leadbetter, a daughter of Mr. Pittock. It (was charged by Mrs. Leadbetter that the will was the product and! result of undue influence exercised over the tes tator by teh men he appointed as trustees, o that in fact it was their will instead of Mr. Pittocks The court held that this part of the contest was not supported by the evidence adduced in the case, and, that Mr. Pittock assum ed the initiative in framing the will and dictated its tprms ac cording to his own notion. Will Vofrl, Claim, As a matter oi law tho con estaant maintained a further Kround of attack! to the effect that the will was void on its face, due to the contention .that the trus tees were Vf-sted with unrestrict ed and unlimited discretion, that the will did not specify with stfT ficient certainty! the beneficiaries of th trust, and that it was a contravention orj the laws of Ore gon and against public policy be cause jit directed the trustees to r?K,.h? 8tock the Oregonian Publishing comriany In favor of themselves as directors of tho company for 120 (years. Other opinion handed down hy tho supreme coikrt today were: pr:iiani Pulley company i rrbert J. Tlree- ct at. an; iho women of all parties the op- pvBnmite. capsicum and lots of portunities to study itheir repec old fashioned lest was shot into tive platfofni3 and t realize ''just local plans of Capital Post No. 0, what they have before them now American Legion, at a meeting of that they have takeA .up tne U'J- r0od ' restaurant hotel wijLh will provide the . A i . 1 1 Ilal cue iucui y l itmt. iaviuiiu& uav n. nir; uiu ioiun-it o i i suitable club rooms and niiiFt dards and the high Ideals and to ! reasoDle prices-to uicnioers cf their own at the nation s cap!-'I headquarters. We shall have, also, an open air auauonuui- wi sylvan theater." lirancliCH Planned. It is the purpose to establish centers or branches of the foun dation in every part of the coun try so that the most remote vil lage or farmhouse may have a fact i club ' proprietary interest in. the club f . - . i . . i . ; .. li'. ..I. : .... U , CHIPS III ttSMUMljiuu, There will be a board of 40 tal. We are not going to attempt to subordinate any club, l?ut the foundation wiil supplement their work and add to it. In this cen tral club we shall have every thing that will he a convenience, including a swimming pool and evmnasium. rest-rooms and a governors with" the president, six Tire, presidents an an executive burgh stogfcj in shape. Now 30,000 American s In Republic of Mexico mexico city. July 25. Thero afe approximately 30.000 Americans iii Mexico and of this number SOOCj live in Mexica City, nccording to ja recent estimate by the department (of immigration.- The number In Msxico City rep resents a riedrease of 65 per rent from pre-vAlutlonary days. Am uricani outnumber all other for rlgners with rthe) exception of the Spanish. j ' ' ' - It is also estimated that since rarranr. wait overthrown tnoro than 5(00 American business men have visitMl Read The the republic. Classified Ads.; Francis Blackman, 38 years old. who is' employed on a ranch at Kelier Bottom, was brought to Sa lem yesterday noon suffering from serious injuries sustained inrougn a premature discharge of powder. At the time or tne acciuent Blackmer was dishing out some powder with a spoon preparatory to setting off a blast. He was rendered unconscious and blind cnad staggered up the road for a quarter of a mile where he was later found by neighbors. Physicians said that he prob ably would recover his eyesight, although he was reported in a ser ioui condition. While on the operating tab'e LBlackmer requested that no infor mation regarding tne acicaem ne riven to his wife, who yesterday was taken to Portland for a minor operation. I larts vs. ol- apopal tirom Mult county; action tb recover money Opinion by Justice Harris. Judcc George G. Pingham affairmed Pacific Livestock company, up ppllant vs. J. p.; I5alcnmh et a I respondents; action to protect wa t?r. rights; opinion bv Juci-ca Heanj: Judge Dalton nifrs re versed and case remanded. Noll vs. Cariih, appeal from Crook countv; action for damages for allienation of affections; opin ion by Justice Johns; Judge T E J. Duffy affirmed. Palmer vs. City of Astor'a. ap peal from Clatsop coanty; tUit to recover money; opinion by Justice McPrd; case remanded to low er court for plaintiff to amend complaint realize this determination by the last of the present year was ex pressed by members cf tho com mittee. Max Page was named ad jutant and plans formulated for raisinc the necessary funds for the club project. In the near future, local legion aires will be asked to sanction an auto contest the proceeds from which will po into the post's .treasury. Another coin-securins . .... plan that meets with tne approval of the executive committee Is to launch an entertainment modeled after the famous A. E. P. Circus. This will probably be put through in the near future. One feature of the "Circus" which will be made up entirely of home talent, will be that the only currency ac cepted for admissions will be du cats and francs of French coinage end issue. This currency will be obtainable at tho "circus" pates. Starting August 2, a two week's "Member Get a Member" cam paign will be under way. Prizes are offered for the best recruiters. First, second and third award; wiil be $5, S3 and S2, respect ively. "Cannot give all the details of tho clrcu3 at the present time," state Commander IS. F. Pound. last night,". but it . wMl have Al Barnes and Solls-Floto backed off the man. Salem citizens little suspect the strange denizens that inhabit the district. These will all be there, chained and trained to walk the lwk-tep."; Members of the fund-raisin i committee are: Miller McGil- christ, Allan Kafoury and Jacob Fuhrer. Allan Uynon, Carle Abrams and Hex Stewart were named members of the special publicity committee at List night's meeting. j I ZE And TWENTY-SEVEN OTHER BIG PRIZES, Totaling $510.00 Cash r!S4PT 7e' cMp Low tears Had low rice A kings h!elp SiVe This NHCAEELCHALORA L0E0WNLTNL A I HAD 0 I0ERR0W KA IGAKHQESA , -j.mr OOERLHOALLCOEA 0LTN INTW0L0W HAR I AAHRWI 0 A ISGNAEHNHA lUyYUi NOHCLAERONOEAR L I NTN IW0LTAR HDLWRC I0DA L KNLEHGK (NSE fcrtVk'TTDV NRNOREALCH IHCL 0WTEARAETIWW HADW0LA IRC A KKNG I ISGENS - MllJlHtU NNREALAEROEHHO L OA INNTEAI T E HHLWIRWROAW AAGNSHLKHKA : . I .:0 "1CIesr- ?????????????? ???????????? ??????????? 80 'OF EiyiPL STAYTON, Or., July 26The era tor waa turned out of the baiem itch company's ditch Sunday Jo enable j C. E Taylor and hH workman to put in a- concrti i foundation for the new building wh'ch is undercourse or coniru .t - Qnni imi llirh streets. Dozens of small cnuaren y -in the Bhallow water of the e reels ibed during Ibe entlro day. Valuable" Merchandise Taken From Aurora Store Prowlers early yesterday morn ing entered the mercantile cs t,bl lament or Saddler Krause t Aurora and appropriated mer chandise valued at approximately ' 000 Included in the loot were CO bolt, of silks J?t1,atinn.rrs . a half dozen shirts, 45 pairs ' uadcrwear, rings, ' wat- j DnP HnnHrorl flftw Dallas Water System -iu "r. . - 13 Uilbll IIVIW DALLAS. Ore., July 26. (Spe cial to Th Statesman! New wtr pi nr Is being laid in a part of the city's water system in th coast range of mountains west of this city near Canyon creek. The work is being done by It. V. Gates of Hlllsboro, lessee of tho plnt. A large amount of new pipe has aw been , put down within the city limits during the past month on the streets, that, a re to be hard surfaced this summer. : - W05L1 V -ACOITTTED los '"Angeles. July 26.Mrs. Lulu McBrldd, tried for the mur der of her stepfather. Charles E. Everts, wras hcquitted by a Jury here tonight ' ' ' Outing at Rickreall "The milk you've been selling' me," complained the young house keeper, "is watery. ZOW, I ' "Pardon me, ma'am," Interrupt ed the foxy milkman, "I was jest going' to tell you about that. You see. the cows got into the salt bin last week an' it made 'em awful thirsty, but it won t never accur again." AID A6iat freat Morie Trodneer, Cesar B. l3 PeMiHr, to his hstfd riTsl, Morie rro ilurerijCsTid Warkfirld Griffin, "I hare ji ;i wjlspd four of ihe kreatcit itoTinj Urtnre .'r in America tjr my cxt lag linf lficture Play." Of rmirse this made 3ritfin ajhSTy bsrause he likrs to be the Crrvirst f all the ffreat Movie Produrers i.i 1 e tried is lnst to prnade DeMiller to tell him the rtUmes of tlw great Moie Star. Jv-st . taiitaUe him, 0r 3. DeMiller csT )Ttd 4rkfie!d Otiifin fenr . recret eodea t ?reentjpg the names of the four J4oie lirs 'e d catraged end told bim that if he t'i braiitl enough to w'sroer tie 3sm from tr,ee serA-t cdei Se d;i?rTed to inow tliein. It waa 'o mu.h of a puzrle for Griffin, so it is said helralled in Gotland Yrd nd offered them a 'housand doliars if ibey -oald dis cor thelra-nes for lrm from the four ferret eodea taajt D?MiI!t-r hd given bim. Th; eaT job for the freat Sratland Yard etertie Iroree, and in lesa than an boor t!ey had 1 the four ntries. They gave the names in Griffia and also ge him their ayt tu ier trkmg out their cluea. TO FILL NEW TREASURY POST One hundred ani fifty persons returircd from Itickreali park Sunday In that "tired but hap py" state ascribed Sto pirnirkeis. th- world over. Th hundred and f'.ftv wero employes of the Peo pien' Cash s ore including o course the families j of the c.n ploycs. Every person present renor3 thorough enjoyment of the. pro gram of entertainment provide! hy A. Iouis olof. manager ot the People's Cash stores. - The picnic, crew jonrn?yed In trucks to Rickreall, the position of honor being assigned to th large vehicle that carried the pies, cakes, chickens, ice-cream . and . - - :, 4-zz L If 1' ' ,-. 3 , . 1 , tosi j asffajivU ijy-'..?,:-J IIE2E IS THE WAT THEY TUB IT. It's easy." aaid Chief-of I)etecties O'Flyna. "1 haa worked out our ir.mi which ;ou ice beneath each one ot the four codes. "Aid np thee fonr snms snd y on r totals give j on the fonr clues to the four samea, "Vou its al'Out it this way. Each aecret code has .t n letters to it. fiach letter repre sent! number. The first letter of the code represents 1. the second letter represents 2, the third letter represents 3, and so on. ."The tenth Inter in each code represents the cipher 0 instead of 10. "J-.aj-h s.im, as 70a see, instead of Dumber, is made up of Utters, but it contains only the letters that are contained in the coda aboTS it. - "Now change tfis letters of each gam into their equivalent numbers, according to the code aboTe, putting them down linev by line from left to right eartly as the letters; for instance, the first letter of tha first sam is X. X as jou will see is the first letter of the secret cod abors that sum and therefor rep- TliiGreat Con test Is Absolutely FREE of Expfense. Send In Your Answers To-day! yMents. flnmbfr 1. IT, tM sesend tester la tKe first lm of tha first sora la VUt", eigkth letter in th cad abT it, therefor tit rep reaents number 8. j j "After you bar changed STer' letter of the s-jib into a nomber, add up th sqns jvat exactly as yon would any ether sam f if are, and (h total tha yon get gia yoa your clues to th names f th Moi Stars. "Then work oat yonr clues this wair) "Beginaing at tha left-hand side pt th total of yonr sna chang each figar f th total hack to its letter as represented ;is tb secret code shore the stun; for inst4on, I can tell yon that the first number of the total of the first sum is 7. Th letter Oil tb serve th letter in, th code abors th first sum, therefor th first letter represented by your total is letter C. New change r am ber of your total ia th ssm way asd ) will bar tb nam of th htori Star: rear sntd by that snm." " j , This is not as rsy problem, bat patiene and persereraac may find j th Baax ( the great Mowi Stars. . rr th bat aaiwers sobmitted w will par th follawtag prises: M This rseat contest V,irtir m.n4n..4 v. Tie Htatisraan Publiahing Co, Salem, Ore rvn on bf th Urgent and beat known pub lishing hnses in Oregon. This is your guarantee that the prises will be awarded wtth absolute fairness and squareness to you sad every other contestant. Franklr, it is intended to introduce Th Pacific Homestead. Oregon's Greateat Farm Xacatine. and The rthwMt Poeltry Journal, the leading pool try magasme of the Pacific Xorthweat on tay enter and win th best of prises whether you sro a subscriber to either of these pub lirationa or not and moreorer, you wiil either b asked rior expected to take these ragsines or spend a single penny of lour pney to compete. Her is the idea Th Pacific Homestead . .oMest and best farm rascsiine pub lished in the Pacific Northwest, iasued week ly, it has a ery lsree numb-r of readers. The Northwest Poultry Journal is also rery widely read snd baa the large.t circulation of !"..n,fI,n ' published in the J acifir Northwest. But our motto is one of eir magazines i erery home. AV want more readers to become acn isinted with these lemons pnblica (iods. Therefore, when we r,M''( your entry t the contest and a mm trodnctioB plan by showing yonr copies to just four friend or neighbors, who will ap preciate these really worth whil magaiines and want them to core to tbem regularly two readers to The Pacific Homestead and two readers to Tb Northwest Ponitrr Jour nal, or any other combination yon like to mak fonr. You will easily fulfill this aimpl condition m a few minutes of your spar time, and we will eren send copies to each of your friends if joa wish. HOW TO 8E2TD TOXTS SOLTJTZOSfS. re on5y one side of the paper that con tains nsmes of the Morie Stsrs, snd put yonr name and address (stating Mr, Jlrs. or Miss) in the upper right hand corner. It you wish to write anything bnt your answers, us a separate sheet of paper. Three independent judges, harinr no con nection whaterer with this firm, will award the priif-s. snd th suawers gaining 250 pgints will take the First I'riie... Yon will get 2a points for erery nam completed cor rectly. 40 points wiil be awarded for geooral neatness. atie. spellmg, punctuation, etc 10 r"'" 'or handwriting, and 100 point for fulfilling the conditions of th contest Con testanu must agree to abida by th dec is o a 01 the judges. . The contest will clo,, t 5 p. m W ?0. lKi, tmmdiafelT after which SW1W, b io'1e,, Prtitea award- r uiwFTi toaay to: ra know yonr standing for the prises, we shall send yoo without cost a eopr of our ery latest issue. Then in order to qualify rrii on nir tne judging snd warding of th grand prises, yon will be aa ia carrying on this big in The Great Movie Mystery, Statesman Publishing Co., Salem, Or. WIS These Prizes 1st " 2nd . . 3rd - . 4th - - 5th . - 6th -, - - 7th, IS.00 Ctsk 8th, SS.OO Cash th, tS.OO Cash 10th, $5.00 Cash 11th, VC0 Cash 12th, tSllO Cish 13th, 5.00 Cash Hth, i5 00 Cash ISth, 15.00 Cash 16th, 15.00 Cash 17th, $5.00 Cash $200.00 Cul 100.00 Cash CO.00 Cash 25.00 Cash 15.00 Cash 10.00 Cash i HUt. SS.OO Cask 1Mb, fi.00 Cash 80th, tVOO Cash Slat, SS.00 Cash 82nd, SS.OO Cash 22r. $V00 CMh 84th, $6.00 Cash 8Mb,. $s.00 Cash SSth, ts.00 Cash 87th, SS.OO Csh 28th, $9.00 C$ah PRIZES CTJAEANTEED 9 S. ; Parker Gilbert. Jr., Asinlst ant Secretary, of the Treasun has bn nominated to the ttwir created office of Under i Secre tary or tha Treasury.