The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 13, 1922, Page 10, Image 10

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    - THURSDAY MORNING. JULY - i3, 1922
I .
'criai3OTxi iptziiisnmrrs
-'' Rat -per
wordt it
rar insertion
X
6
Thro lmrttwi-wn
On ntk fain insertion -
month i. , .,- ,,.ir . 2Qa
Six meat' contract. Pr le
13 enootht' contract, per a. 12
Mialmum for Mr advartissm': 25s
v NORWICH UNION
FIRD ' INSURANCE SOCIETY
W; IL BurghaTdtv Jr. -
Resident Agent 171 State St.
; ,M0NEY TO LOAN
On Ral Estate - --
T. K. FORD 1
' (Over Ladd it Bush Bank)
NEW TODAY
DR. WILLIAMS CORKS, CALLODS
; "ti, iarrovi . BAila,. all foot trouble.
:v. FTiet Ba Co. Faone Slav --
LOST TUE8DAT AFTERHOOS OS
road to SdoaaTa UadiaaV wee of
Kiter sckoolboDse,' mto robei rray,
. ""black and rreea color. Piader plaaM
.-aaaee) at thia otfteo. itewara. ,
WANTED TO BEST STOCK AND
-. araia farm. Oct. lit. B. P. .Pnrdy.
KouU) 8. AJbaay. orefoa. i :
ABOUT 100 W. L. TEABLXNO HENS
arr layera. : Tonr-caaieo aa oacb.
each for flock. rAakaim Boad,
v. A. Powd. Rente Box l3. .
THE MeMINNTILLB COL ISSUES A
fally- paid. aoa-aaaeaaabla poJiey. S
yeara for 2 anaaal premiania. , with
promt aad fair dealinc. reaeonabla
rate. fiuodley A Foley, egeiits. Bh
: Baa aug; ynone ; 7. -tf--
OPPORTUNITT. OH HOME BUT. IS
now dVi Salem real aetata la' low ad
feefora the aaaal fall ruth. If yoa
want a , S. A or 10 rooea bono wa
- will aall a ad a bow yo tea, e,uick. To
day w kare m $ reona aaedera with
fall eemeat baaetaemt; pariag, fir
place. Patch kitchen., etc. , Dirt ekeap
aad oa teraie. imniedmte poaeeaatoa.
Borko h Headrieka. SOS U. 8. Bank
- BaUding-. -. ' ' i ' :
SIX ROOM .MODERN HOME AT 13800.
. Immediate Boaaeaaioit. -. South. Full
rament baaeaiB. , Tertaa Becko m
Haadrieka. aOA V. B. Baak Bldg.
FURNISHED APAETME5T FOB BENT.
1182 CenUr. . , j
won RKNT. FnRNIflHED S ROOM
aaodera boaae, fiaa gardaa aad email
bemoB. 150 . per aaontk. Pboae
LOST. MONDAY A MONEY FOLDER
, coataiaing glol ia earreaey.i If re
torted I fuU U Wilier Broa. we will
reward tag pkrty with 151. WglUf
-'Broa.-- ri iU ... -!
- f Wood's Bargains
200 acre fina,' well located la eiekaoga
for koaia la Bateai or aabmrbaa aoaa,
Una na kftlAaaa- . t - .
0- aeroe Improved to akekaaga ' for toma
la baien. it acre Iran rancn wivn
troD. 2500. take a korne ia Belenr.
New baaralow with basement, not all
fiaiakad, $14O0. half eaak. to good die-
trie!. A atrietl ' aaodera S rooaa baa-
. galow. lam . lot with Bearing f rait
' ireea, pared street, beet reeidenoa dta
trict, for lea tbaa boose woaid eoat to
. baild. ' ' -.
Ford oadaa to trade la oa a home. Good
light car for Mia er will trade oa
c'baap home. A fine fa rat 60 per
era. aeir Dalle a. Want to exchaare
aebarbaa homo ia aeree) for eloae la
2 kooao. Boo aa for trade. Jf. Ik Wod.
141 BUM etreet. -
i SDeclal I. ...
' STlee littto 4 room aaadera hwaaa.
- completed and readr for yoa to move
la. It'a ft good boy for 2100v with
: , , .Thomason .-i
. tim State atreet ..I..."
EMPLOYMENT i
WANTED TO RD 8ALEaMAN. SALARY
1 aad aoeamiasioa. Meat ' owttr demonr
atrator. ' XlUott-Motor , Co, i DaUaa,
Oregoa. ' . . ; ! '
WANTED ENERGETIC TOUW0 KAlf
who had had experience eelling life'
insurance, gtocka or adrerttting. Most
bo abia to davota hia aatira . timi : and
. - be ambition for adraaeeoient. . Kaat
hare- tho -owarag o aaaea htaaineaal
propoaitkoa to merenaate aaa proiea
r aianal aaa, Aaiwer ia year ewa kand-
1- writing, atatin are, edaeatioaal qnali
. fieatioaay exp.rience at solicitor, ete.
' Addraaa btateaiaaa iDoe.
,- liALE ABP rtXg'-
WANTED-50. LOGANBERRY PICKERS
' J i i. .' . j - yix. - t. - . n W - , ... .
WANTED ME AND WOMEN TO
. v take farm paper anbaertptmna. - A good
i proposition to the right people. JLjJret
v the Paeif ia Homestead, aUateamaa Bidf.
' Baleoa, Ore.
, .-,PRSQNAL..:: . ,
GET MARRIED BEST MATRIMONIAL
paper paaiisnea. re Ir sump. vr
respoaaent. 'leieao, usio.' t.'-t -
r ;? FOR. SALE I -
-' ' '. i- i i, -; . t I.,
. BToTNZSS OrPOlTUNITXCf
i ' I .' II .1 I i- I I,. Ill I
FOR BALE HOTEU LEASE AND PART
of furniture, doing good business. Od
, seeoant of !ckssts snt forced to osIL
; Hotel I at Harrieburg. . Write (L. F.
. FAZJ8 FAPZB -
IF TOO WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, send I5e to the Pscifie
' Hmo uSSSSSS!&J M.nti I CALL 125S-J FOR FIRST CLASS CE
tta" fn?tt'U I ZV i nt work. PtheaTstep. and side-
' POULTRY
TOCLTRTMZN SEND EIGHT TWO
;: cent stamps for special throe Boathw
, trial for ths beat and oldeat Jwuraal
k ia the waat. . The articles aad odver-
- tiMSMnte are of epeeiel ia tor eat to the
penury preoaere of tap. - Mruvm.
Northwttt Poultry Journal. 211 Coat-1
- maroiai street, Baleat, i Oregoa. ;;"
FOR SALE1
p . WOOD -w,
i ,i ' i i
FOOT AND 16 INCH DRY MILL
J wood ia any ossaUty. Tracy Wood
tjo. - Phoae sao. . " 4
BE8T GRADB MILL-WOOD ! IHCHi
' 8 ft. and 4 1 it. ' Prompt dlivrv.
1 Special price oa car lots. We eaa msk
' delivery a ask. aoooad growth aad
i' old growth fir about Jaly 15. Fred
. E. Walla, 805 & Chareh. Phoas 1542.
ALL KINDS OJVWOQD FOE $ALE I
nig iir aaa esx. in tncn. , vraera
' i taken for immediate or- fatnr daliv-
- eric. . O. t. Query, Livoaley Stetioa.
. Phoao TT831. ?! ':.
.OLD 26 IN.- FIB, 96 r EOOV 4 TTH
1 a a. aja.raea saut.
- ' '., XJVZ STOCK ' ! ',"
COOD COW FOR SALE CALL AT 70
South lata street. . .
lsrrxiAKEOTjf
FOB SALE BULL t00 PUPPIES.
J ala good talkiag arro. Ths : Bird
- : " 'sr'biore. 976 hut. v
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS. 10
. seats a . buadla. Circnlatioa depart-
mat, Oregoa Ststesmaa. 1 1
tUMMEB LUGGAGE KEDUCED WALL
pr remaaata, plarer walisoar.
v Vlvt tir t carpet. 84 83 u End or-
-. nc hick grade hoate paint.- Kstse
rie, inn pound.' Cetloa aiattrerte.
83.50. Steel springs 95.00. Max
, O. Bnren. 179 N. Commercial St
FCfPgAEE
XISCEIXAXKOVt
LOGANBERRIES - 81-35 PER CRATE.
delivered say -part city. 7 Pr
crate pick them -yurelf. 2288 FSnT
greaad Roods.: Phon 8t J. i ?
"Beautiful Oregon; Rose"
ui eleven other Oregoa awn. together
with a Xiao eoUectMB i patriotic
oar, aamd aoBgs iu aaaf 'a u
AXX. FOB sse
IRmUl to anaatitv letal
Especially adaptable for school, cmnraa-
ny r a one id(. 5n wr -
The Western Songster
T pages, aw la IU third, owitma.
rapmneq ay- ;
DREOQX TEiCHLSa MOJITnLI
215 8. Commercial St. - - Calem. Ore.
FOR RENT
rULT
FOB BENT FULLY FURNISHED
modern first floor flat at 0 . rerry
street. 50 a month. Apply at fitetea-
aawbaatBeaa oJfe. hoaa 1.
FOB RENT FTJLLT FOBXISHEO
MdeTSr " f iff TWS flit, at 04 Fer
ry atreet. $50 a month. laiaaediatd
poaaoaatva. Apply at Btataamaa oi
fieo. r Plwaa 28. ;
BOOKS
t
ARLINGTON HOTEL CLEAN, COSY;
ooe -p. aoa etata. . . - .
MODERN BOOK FOB GENTLEMAN I
Ceatrally located. Mast grre aama aad
reference. . Addraaa A. care Stateaman.
i
FIRST ' CLASS SLEEPING ROOMS
all eoarentenee. also - garage; reasotv
able. - Gentiemin or tonple; prirate
family. ' ' 23 B. High Street. Phone
1788-W. . - - "-i -
FOB KENT SUITS OF BOOMS WITH
private btth, alto aiaglo noma. J00
Chemeketa atreet. Pkene 1280.
WANTED
ICSCAXLABBOtJl i
WANTED HAT BALED PHONE 559.
WANTED FURNITURZ, TOOLS, ZTC,
Paone 511. ; - . i
OLD MATTRESSES MADB
OYER
Capital City Bedding Co.
Phone 19.
GENTLEMAN WANTS BOARD AND
room ia . nrlrato family. I eoiun aide
preferred. Addreaa A 6V ear Statea-
BING AND LAMBERT CHERRIES
wanted; far immediate delivery. Fro
miam paid ' for largo fancy ejnality.
lao red raepberriee waatod. Ward K.
Richardson, phone 494
WANTED FURNITURE. TOOLS. MA-
eaiaerr, atock. oto. Will bay for eaak
or sell on oommiaatoa. . faoaa ail.
Woo dry, the gvctioaets,
WANTED EVERYTHING . IN HARD-1
ware aad raraitare. Best Pncea pat.
Iltl CAPITAL HAKUWABJB
a FURNITURE CO.
285 V. Commercial St. 1 ' Phone 947
CHERRIES WE ARB RECEIVING
Boyal Aaae and waternonao caamea
at Maaoa-Erarmaa warehonae, eorner
High aad Mill street, and will, eon-
tlnna from 7 o'clock ia the snerain
antil 1 at night Saadaya and holidaya
lnoladed, aattl the crop is all la. Wo I
waat taaai aow. mi t wait anui taey
get ororrtDO aad let the raia spoil
them. 'We are payiar the highest price
ia Salem . aad . eaa . aao any amoant
yea may hare. Deliver all black cher
ries at Mantis Brothers wsrehoate.
Tradv sad High stmts. Lyons Cai. I
ulaee frait Co., as o. uigQ. raoae i
898 or call Maagia Bros.
117.
LOST - AND FOUND1"
LOST BROWN VANITY , CASE. CON-
tained oat hill and torn siirer. Phons
89F2. . - I -
BUSINESS CARDS
. , AUCTIONEER
AUCTIONEER-- F. B. WOODBY. THE
-t livestock, rarnitsre, -: resi , esisv ne-
ttoaeer. psoas on -1 or i gates.
Boa, ,1610 . Bnmmer. .
Auto Directory
FOB SALE, OB .TRADE REO TRUCK.
1921 1 ntodeL- perfect condition.-VftU
tTad for real estate, prodae or will
sett aay terms: This- 1st aa except
tioasiiy good any. 11 yoa want a rest
, good bargain apply immediately. Phoae
or caiL ; Ths People s Csth Btore.
EATTEBT AMP, ElJCTRICXAk '
AUTO ELECTRICIAN; EXPERT, TBOU-
si' snooting. aia . Atga. , raoae
202,
V
PRESTO LITE i BATTERY SERVICE
fitntwa. Expert battery aad electrical
i : d V ioao 4 1 a
t w wi fMmwf'm 4prv. cavn gv, i,g
ACETYZjEKB WELDXMa
IRON. STEEL, BRASS, . ALUMINUM
Briar the pieces. : Oxo-Gss. Heating
CO. ' 887 Court. ' "
, THX8 AND ACCESSORIES
USED PARTS 1-8 TO OFF. MIKE'8
Aato wrecking uouae. , 2 Aorta
Commercial. Fheoa 623. - '
; , i iii i 1 1 i
: 10.000 : MILE GUARANTEE AGAINST
stoas brnites. rtai eats aad blowouts.
The Uydro-Toroa Tiro, for sat by. Yew
Park store, I3th aad Letue paoae H.
. ', BEAUTY -PARLORS - '
NOW OPERATING MODEL BEAUTY
Parlor. UO.Ml CoBUnsrcigi. street.
Phoae 956. . a
CEMENT C0NTBACT0B
walks a sptcialty.
CBJNX8E PHY8I0IAB
DB L. M. HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
diaeaao. - 158 S. High BW phoa 883.
.- CARPETS AND IXTJFF BUGS
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC WE NOW
i wear Daff rugg aaade est of old ear-
petat aay leugtk or wldta you desire.
Wo sis go-fit, re-sow aad tat carpets.
Feather reaovatiag aad mattress steam
ing aad re-making. . Salem Carpet
Cleaaiogs gad Xlaff Bug Works. Pha
-l
DXUG STORES
WMi -WEIMEYEB - VU8T .DRUGS.
175 N. Commercial street, pboae 1ST.
BREWEB DRUG CO. 405 COURT
Pboae 184.
ELECTRICIANS
SECURE1 MY F10UBES ON WIBING
By contract: by hour. At pre-war
price. H. Wi Hatch. Phoa 1203V.
FTJBMTTTJBB H08PTTAL
I
FURNITURR REPAIRED OB MADE TO
order. Bafiniahiag and aphlsteriag I
spactalty. ' Pben 1742. Brown aad !
Groves. 1201 South CoranlerciaL
FLOXISTS
I CUT FLOWERS AND T LORAL PIECES.
Delivery. C r, BreUhSupt, florist, 133
noria iiioerty etraet. rnos ssu.
( FINANCIAL
IF YOU NEED A LOAN ON REAL Es
tate ae M. 4 Hunt, Ladd Bash
BniMug. ' i . . .!-,
28 YEAB FARM LOANS ON BUBAL
credit glart, pre-permeat premtions si
lowed. We wiH f inane vwe dor a less
rate f laterrtt thaa any firm a ths
. eaast. . ,tm i.-j
Private moaey I' toaa oa either city or
eoaatry property -
"'V RWr" Marsters
- 411 Oreiom BaJSiBg v, .
: BUSINESS CARPS " y
MRS HENRY ; LEEPIANO. 1221 .
Capitol Phona 1017-W- - -- ,t
, &ALEM - CONSERVATORY OF .MUSIC
i An branches taaght. diploma grsated..
lAltf If H IliPftff. 1211 .I'ml
Phoa 28. . . iv- . ----- j : . v ,-
IUO AND JAZZ PIANO PLATrNQ
12 kiMii ravanteea. ,. . Wataraiia
SrtUn. r. B. Clark. Mgrv UoCor-
aaek Bide r
JACr MCU.I0AX PIAXO TCXZB:
IMDoi Ca. BBrcaeBtaliT of!
SarawMi Clay at Co. Pa w.
EDWARD WZLP " EXPERIENCED I
piaa toaer. Xav era era Will a I
Matte Stat.
DAjrczva ...
PKIVATS LESSON 8 15 ALL LATZ
dtoeea. Mrs. White. Fhoae 273 J.
-HU810 STORES .
GZO. C. WILI - PIANOS. PHONO-
grapha. tewing machiaea. , aheet maate.
aad piano atadioa. BepairiaaT paoao
grapaa aad gewiaa aiaetriaaa. . 432
Bute, , Balm. , ........ ; i
. ... ... FIAJtOS .
SB ERMAN CLAY -h CO. i PIANOS
eteinways, Doo-Art and otkera. Moora'i
Mnais Hooia. dlS Conrt a treat aaii
Maaeaio Teanpla. - ; . , . ,
FlNANCIAXi !
LOANS ON GOOD CITT PROPERTY
Plenty af earfi ao - delay. Cell
831 4 State atreet.
MARION POLK COUNTY FABM - LOAN
atsociatkB has money to ioaa at 5
peraeat. W. U. emita. ecretary-traaa-
Ladies1 Wearing Apparel
? PBESSMIICTIfO -
I RUTH Me AD AM 8 DRESSMAKER. T56
Boath 12th. tPhoaa ,18.4-M. - :
I CARRIE FISHER DRESSMAKING.
deaigning. Speaeer coracta to oruar.
2 MeCoraaeh Bldg. r
THE ADSITT8 ABE PREPARED TO
do any and all kiadf af mdiea' tailor,
inc. for old and mew caatoeaera. .852
N. 12th St. Phono 2084-R
MAUD SIMONS. DESSMAKEB 1710
Beiieraa t.
. . BEXSTlTOUXMa
"NEEDLEWORK SHOP" ALL KINDS
of fancy work- sad heTnttttchiag don.
ill a. oomatereiai atreet. ,. .
MRS. BBECKENRIDGE HEMSTITCH'
tag. Mail order solicited. 175 0. lth
PhoBS 174-M. . . , j -J, . - .
SALEM ELITB HEMSTITCHINO.
pleating, bntloaa. atampina and aeedie-
Trorh.; 189 Crrcoa BWt- Phono 879.
MRS. C. E. MILLER HEMSTITCHING .
r cMampiag) i braiding, hand - ombroidery.
onrtons, ooin iu, over at u jar s store.
BaJeto,; Oregosw Phoas.HT.
.: - - : MtmjBBBY r: : -- -
HATS. FROM fjl UP MRS. C. A.
BnaMa..819 Cotrrt ttreet.- .
' BAY 'BALZBOt
FOR BALING riAY CALL 7ra.
INSURANCE
MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE
company. ; J. .0. Balch, agent, rooas 6,
mevornacK riag. - r none yo. ; -
ZAVTOBXEsT
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY. 186 8.
Liberty street, rhone 2 J. Wetr-
Urges PesL . Estsblished , 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
WMUty worfa pteaipt aervieo. 1804
Broadway, Pboae 15.. . .. ;
mi.U KXDICAI. . t : . . ; :.: . ; t .
MOUNTAIN, BALM OOUQH REMEDY
raone si7-w. -..).
FAINTING . C0BTBA0T0BB
PAINTING AND DECORATING HIGH
: elaas work, for particular people. L. D.
Braadoa, contractor. , 9 o orth High,
raoae 4-j. . - i- -i
-MTBSEBY STOCK
FBUITLAKD NURSERY TINE LARGE
atock of Italian prune; trees sad also
all kiada of leading nursery, stock
for fau delivery. J'frone liso-M. isi
COMPLETE LINE r TREES SMALL
'f mlta. Ornamentals. Capital City Nur
sery Co, 428 Oregoa Bldg. Phona 75.
' ; PLUM3IBO
CALL PATTON PLUMBING . CO: .FOR
your repair work. il72-Jl. ?
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL
j . work. Pboae 1897-J. k .Shop, 127-Union
street. A. it. uoairey..
111 t
, vauu vixMiiv rem tmsi w, j jua.-
-treetsr toilet articles- - Mr. Meyer.
17V Mats zsrd. :- rant iza.
BESTAUBANTS '
HUB BETAUBANT MOST BEASON-
aoie . prtees. jonaaon-oarry. - iop b.
High. tt . viit'i- v i '
KOOBLB PABXOBS
WA- HONG w NOODLE HOUSE. 488
Ferry. .
BIX SIN NOODLE HOUSE CHOP
5uey! dOe; puffed rice. 20c: noodles.
Oe; fried noodle. 60c 1 189 6. Lib
erty, -ti .5. . I - -7-:
- t SBOOBTP HAJTP POOPS
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOB SECOND
kad clothing - and. ahoea-- Ala do
CleaniBgi press ins and repalrlor. Call
and deliver.' , Capital Exchange. 842
Nerth Cmmereial. Phoa 1368 W.
WE BUY -AND SELL SECOND HAND
goods f all hinds: pip ftttmrs, bar
aeaa. collars, collar: padia. tools aad
ehaias. p Fred 8chidler. T 858 Cesser
street, ; v i .-; - y ; -i: . ;
STOVES AND STOVE BEPAIBINO
8TOVE8 BEBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 rear aperieae. Depot national
fence, sixes 26 to 28 inches high.
Fniata. oil and varniskea. etej lessa-
berrr and boo hooka. - Saicm fence and
6tov Works. 850 Court street. Phona
124 ..-t..---. -U-v;;v-V 1 -f-. .
j-t -. SCAVKNOBRS . .
SALEM SCAVENGERS GARBAGE. BE-
fuao of all kinds removed. Cesspools
cleaned. Phoa 16T.
tbabsfobtatiob
- PARKER'S STAGE LINES i
S. ;-W.- Psrker: -General 'Maaage-L -
Central Stage Terminal Slem. Oregi
SALE M-BILVKRTON 131V1B1U.N
Leaves 8 at am. Central Stsgo Terminal:
7 .m...ii a.m. a p.m. t., t 1
Lesvel Silvertoa. Newg BUndr
8 u.m, 1 p.m., o p.m.
8alaaa-IadBendeneMenmouth Division
Leavoa Salem' Central Stag Terminal:
7 Am. 9 S.m.11 a.m. 8 P . 5 PJB.
Leaves Monmentn. Menoveam rietei:
a-15 a.m 1 p.m 8:18 p.m.
Leaves ladepeBdsoc; Beaver Hotel:
S-10 B.m. 10 a.m. 1:15 .m. 4 is. 6:30.
wwi - . 1 i . . t- . . o 1 . . - n
w maa ntitciwai oen av m.t
parte f the valley. Extra trips Vr
sppoiatment. ...
; J. W. PARKER. General Mgr.
TRANSFER HAT7LXNG
WB MOVE. STORE AND SHIP HOUSE-
held . goo-la. Our spcoiaity is ptaao
had furniture nwrring. w sis mate
.eonntrv trips. W kandl the best coal
and wood.' Call on as for price. We
a-rve rood measure.- good uuality and
rood aervioa. Larmer Transfer Co.
.Phono 830. i
CAPITAL
TBANSFEB- CO.-226
: forwarding and storsgs ajr -spccisHy.
oet ear rate, j -
Classified Ads. in Tho
Statesman fiiria Pesults
"BO'SfNESSAftDS
WOOD SAW!
CTTT AND COUNTRY WOOD BAWXNQ.
Paoae 204- Fiaaer Braa. ;
I WOOD SAWINO PHONE
CITT.
watS "
SALEM WATER. LIGHT POWER CO.
Off tea, 301 fcoatatCM L t. ..Tea per
eoat diiMxim! oa doaitttie flat rate
paid ia dnrr. N dednetiraa tor
ahaeae r aay aaleaa aratar ia
hat off your preaaiaee.
PROFESSIONAL
OPTTCIAjrs
GLA8SE8 PITTED BT DR. L B. BUR-
dett at the . Bow Optical Compaajr.
825 State atreet, opposita Ladd im
Beak Baak. .
POMEROV k KEEN E J EWZLZBS AND
Optometriata. 3S8 State. , ,
CHIROPODISTS
CHA8. H. MAXWELL CHIROPODIST.
Foot a fecial tat. Room S. 822 Stata 8u
CHXZ0PBACT0KS
DR. O. L. SCOTT. P. S C. CHIROPRAC-
tor. 414-19 V. S. Baak BMg. Faoao
87; res. 028-K.
08TE0PATB20 FBTSXCXAJTS
DRS.
WHITE AND
8. Bank Bldg.
-20
U.
DB. W. L. MERCER OSTEOPATHIC
Phrtieiaa aad Sargeoa. ' Kirktvillo
gradnato, 404-405 U. 8. Nat tonal Baak
Bid. rnoae. on ice rea. !.
BROKEN ARCHES AND OTHER DE-
formittri of the feet corrected without
laaa at time from yon ceapaUOa.
lr. White A Marshall. U. S. Bank
BldgT
DB JOHN DT LYNCH OSTEOPATHIC
raytieiaa aad enrgeon, 403-404 Ore
gon Bldg. Phoaea, office, 1394; res.
OB a. , . . .
LODGE DIRECTORY-
UNITED . SPANISH WAB TETEBANS.
Camp S. Armory. First, third Mondays.
REALESTATE
FIYE ROOM HOUSE OS PAVEMENT
la good, rendition, sMdora, large eor
aer lot and close to cannery, eaa be
hMght for 822QO, 81300 aa first pay
seat, s . - - .i j - v ' i
Heyser-Follnch System
- . Phone Oa Thoasaad
Mala Floor Terminal Bldg.
9300O WILL BUY GOOD BUNGALOW.
souta, psvea, gsrsge sna in , good m
" eat lea. . Baby Tardy, 55 Conrt street.
FINE LOT IN KICHMOND ADDITION
for sale at sacrifice. .Phone 2054 w.
ANDERSON ft RUPERT .
SnoeeaaoTs to Laflar ft Laflag
: IN8UBANCK 5.
REAli . ESTATE
BONDS -i- LOANS
408-T .,- .. OreaM Bids.
CITY HOUSES CITY LOTS. BUNGA-
rowa, amall sad Tare acreage, close ia
aad far out ; exchanrea - in city and
ooontry. Brown ft Msgee, ever Bus
Irk's store . Ststs sad Commercial
Phone 8597 -. .
MR. HOME BUYER YOU CAM BUT A
6 room bungalow less than 9 year old
for. f500 less thsa 1 was offered for
it aiae most ha - ago.- Has basement.
Dateh .kitchen,' cloeet and - aleepiag
porch. 8 lOOO will handle it - See A
today. 125 Leffell ; -
SEE , ME FOR GOOD BUYS 'fit REAL
. eetato. Baby Fardy, d5S Oomrt Street.
A Real Bargain J -
Nina and one-half aerea of loganberries;
wptml iiuiiu wa ir iu past iwor
years. . fscelleat crop now showlBg.
Hftlf a fAim fthj, mHw limit, ,1m.
to a dryer. God water aad amall. well-
oaut aoaae, - met f ,augt . r-asy
.terms. ,
Square Deal Realty Co. .
202 U. 8. Bank
Phono 4T0
IF YOU ABB LOOKING FOR A FIRST
Class large home, I have it. Located
closs ha St - a moderate price. Do
not Bias seeing at a boat it. '
If-ydu art looting for hntlness property
i bsvo tne oest corner in town lor
you. .todays . t ,-, . w -
. Gertrude J. M. Page .
42 N. Cottage Phono 1186
NEW- BUNGALOW PAVEMENT.
bedatiful river view, 8 rooms modern
with hardwood borders and Dutch kit
chen. Bailt in buffet aad bookeaae;
fireplace, cement bstement. Reduced
to 4800; 22000 wiU hsndl aad will
accept bonus. .
Heyser-Follrich System
- Pbond On Thousand
Mala Floor Terminal Bldg.
Best Buys
8 room mod era bungalow, 63000.
7 room strietly modern bungalow, 95500
easy, terms. ,.-. -
7 . rooms.. 985 North Summer, if later-
eated see me.
; 16 . acre bearing logans, fair ouildings
very close in, nns paia over ive wet
for ISti 5 years. - 98500,. 91000 cash,
balance 91000 annually at 6.
89 lot ia Oaks addition for sals very
4" Socotofsky
841 State
Special. Why Pay Rent
7 room' plastered house, on car line, ia
good, condition. Price 8I8OO1 8300
cash, balance 815 per month.
5 ream boute, el in, 61300; 9250
.caan, balance. 315 per month.
4 Teem hens and 2 fin lots, aoi
bearing Ira it, priee 91200. 8223 eaasy
balance enay terms, montnly paymeaw.
wsy pay reatr
Mills & Copley
831 Stats street
Good Buys and Exchanges
6 room plaatered. good location on ear
Mae, anr si boo; smalt payment dowa
balance like rent.
10 aerea of fin land.' good 8 room platl
ered-bouse, i , mile from paved road,
a rood buy tor 83500, Will take 8
lem kbuss, and psy som cash differ
ence. ' '
We have a new Oakland car to exchange
Tnv BAnft er amall trarv. .
We have aboat 20UO- -cords f standing
timeer wouia trna tor sousa and pay
some difference. -,j
7 ream aaodsrsr hus aad 6 tart lots.
wHh fruit and gardea. Thia ia aura
a bargain for 82500. Will take amall
house and 1 lot ia' exchaare.
We have a truck doing a good business
t trad lor a bonae. WiU psy; dif
Thomason
8314 -Sut ttreet
NEAT LTTTLE FOUR BOOM BUNGA
low. French doors. Dateh kitchen, east
front aesr car lis. - Pnc 82856.
Terms, avrueger, Oregoa Bldg. Phoa
517. . -s , .
Buy Land That Never
Dries Out I
Long Island Gardens Co. is selling best
oesverdsm tan ta America at. Browns
mead, a Columbia river, fifteen mOea
front Aster is. tst amall? tract -t reea
OBable prieea and term a. Write for
parttmlar. P. O. Box 82. Browns-
id. Ores. -j
8 ROOM. NEW, - MODERN " BUNGALOW
style choose, rlos 1 aa Krth High
street, pa.wuu. .
1 18 rrr at th head f 8ilets basin oa
Rock Creek in Licla oouaty. Excel
lent rsnge. Geed uteek fares. , 835O0.
-to? f : KfthrrrefpHt - -?.-.
- sj a w Saw will IW av4
i4Ct MAtonio Ismpii Bsie-nV prpps
REflTESTATT
91800 WILL, BUY GOOD CORNER K.
Hberty-i. Lou or inn. w
Baby Pnrdy. 455 Conrt atreet.
BARGAIN - BOOM BISBIW.
BMtera sseopt faraace: lau awaawj
ataliaaary ,waak tab; bearing frait
treea. For a few days 82OO0; easy
F. L. Wood.
Good Buys
80 arret, I acre ia bearing strawberries,
IuIum im em except 2t aerea of
located 5 miles oat on main road, fiato
frait laad. Price 8600. essh,
balance federal Ioaa. 5 room hone,
with largo lot oa pared atreet and
car liae. cement walks. Price 81SOO.
gSOO dew balaaca 930 per month,
inter .
Real Estate aad Fire I am ran re
W, H. Grabenhorst & Co.
275 State St. U. 8. Bank Bldg.
14 ACRES- AND NEW 8 BOOM PLAS
tered bungalow, 8 acres cultivated,
balaaca . paatore. 2 well, young faaj
ily orchard, all fenced, barn 28x40,
ila a.11 lama tools. S eowa. 3 heifers.
3 horse go with place. All for 86000.
Cat a to handle S2000. See)
L A. Havford
SOS SUU itrtot
VIVE RflOll HODEKS BtJKGALOW-
nta street closs is: foraaea.
fixeplace, hardwood floors, well bvilt
ia, 95250. Will eoatider . soldier s
w" Winnie Pettyjohn:
7 831V4 State atreet V
FIVE ROOM MODERN-BUNGALOW
basemeat. wash traya, Bortneast cor
ner oa paved street, two lota. Ownar
aaya . aeli
U it S300O.
M. J. Hunt
Lndd A Baah Bldg.
Special Bargains
Good 3 room honse ia south Salem, sold
on easy payment, $200 down. Price
8800. . . 4
6 roorti honse oa paved street, valued
at 92000 to trade in oa confectionery
or email grocery. If suited will pay
df Terence.
Grocery, stock, fixtures sad building to
enchant for acreage up to 96000.
Childs & Bechtel
540 Btate atreet -
Housebuyer
Would yoa not like th have 6 cottage
, these hot days where the rooms are
large, laxoriously large, bedroom - aa
well a living room. t We have an
exceptional place, moderately priced,
Will msk a good home.' 'Short Walk'
rag distance sad immediate: possession.
ajomo bi see aa ea ttiia place. ...
The Fleming Realty Co.
. 841 State street
PUBLIC N0T1CESJ
HAST NOTICE OF EXECUTOR
10 wflom 11 May concern: No
tice Is hereby5 gitcn that the un
dersigned; James A. Mothorn, ex
ecu tor Of the last will and tegu
ment and estate of Mart M.
Mothorn, deceased, has this day
filed in tie county conrt (or Mar
ion county, state of Oregon,-his
final account "in said' estate and
said conrt has" filed arid appoint-
ed Monday, July 17. 1912. at the
hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said
day, in the county1 conrt room in
the coonty court 1 house in said
county arid state, as the time tor
hearing of objections to anch final
aeeount and for the settlement
thereof. .
nflfAd at Salem. Oregon, Jane
JAVtES A. MOTHORN,
Execntor of the Estate of Marr M.
Mothorn, Deceased.
Carey F. Martin,
Attorney for Estate.
NOTICE
em TriTOM IT UkY CONCERN:
WHEREAS, the State Game
Commission of the State of Ore-
ton is ' anthorixed nnaer ectiu
8, Chapter 66, General' Law 01
Oregon 1921, to, close any open
season or open any closed season
hi any county or district of the
State ot Oregon for the shooting
and possession or gamenImaTs
Kfrrla: ' ' -f: .1 ''
NOTICE is hereby given that
the State Game Commission 01
th stairf of 6reg6n has made and
entered4 and does hereby issue tha
following . .
, : Order
!. That the openseasoa as definr
ed In Chapter 1S3, Section z, 01
the General Ldtws Of Oregon o
10,21. for huntlnK. killing, tak
lng or haTlThg In possession, alive
r aA the following named
game aninaatB and game birds re
spectiteiy. snail be as follows to-
wit: .' . '
The open seasam for deer
throughout the entire state shall
be and H hereby declared to oe
frtm August 20th to October 1 1st
of each ' year. , both dates inein
Bire.
The open season for quail and
Chinese pheasants In all sections
of the state where there is an
open seasons therefor, shall be and
13 hereby declared, to be from
October 15th" to October Slat of
each, loth dates inclusive.
! The open season for grouse or
n tire pheasant I th - alt sections
of the state where there Is an
oen season, is declared to be
from Aagust 20th to September
20th of each year, both dates in
cUslYcr. i ,.V ?
. The open season for sage hens
in all sections ot the state where
there W an open season, is de
clared to be frorrWaly 15th to
July 31st of each year, both dates
inclusive. ' -
I The: open season for prairie
chickens in 1 all sections bf the
state where there Is an open 8e
aorsv'lS declared to be front Oct
ober 15th to October 31st of
each year, both dates inclusive.'
I NOTICE la .also hereby given
that the changes tn the open sea
sons tfta'de by this Order ib: bo
wise affects the nag limits. or oth
er regulations provided i by - law
respecting tke hutating for; kill
in g. taking or having In posses
sion, alive or dead, of such game
animals 'and" game birds.
Any and all peror5i hunting
tor, killing, taking or having in
possession, alive '; or dead, any
deer, - tiiail, Chinese ; pheasants,
grouse 6r native pheasants, sage
hena ind prairie thickens in the
I Stat, Pt Dregjnt la. violation, of
Tli;aerwin7W BrosecuCeJ "si
by law 'proTided. .
Dated si Foruana, ureson. ts
12th day of Jnne. A. D.- 19W
OREGON STATE UAM1S
MISSION.
By L K. FT-EISCHER,
- Chairman.
By GEO. H. KELLY.
'- Commtssiorher.
By BLAINE HAIXOCK,
CommisaiotseP.
By M. A. LTNCH.
' t-- , Commissioner.
By L. E. BEAN.
- ; - ! Cotnmissioraer.
s
Other . Prices Continue Up-
- a Aw. a ' -"aka;2.iaL 12 f
ward cumD-iiuaeDaKer
and Asphalt Featured
NEW YORK, July 12. Funda-
mnntai conditions favored - tne
further advanco of prices add
quickened pace of today's finan
cial market. Developments in
the labor situation were reassur
ing and the iiigher range of In
ternational currencies - denotea
less tension abroad. v
-Industrial eonditions In rew
England were reported to be al
most normal, especially, in tne
textilo and leather trades, steel
figured disclosed a larger output
of finished materials, metal pric
es hardened arid! automobile1 pro
duction "wm ? ! maintained dutiftg
the" spring' months. - ; ?
Call - money relaied to the
lowest" rate so - far this month,
local' Teiervest being: .." aurnsented
by ; receipts from Interior baiiks'.
Renewals of 30 to 90 day loans
at-'-' 4 1-4 per cent . were- freely
made where good collateral was
offered.
' Studebaker and general asphalt
again' featured " the day's opera
tions at the year's top prtees and
American Ice came , within easy
distance of Its maximum for that
period. Other leaders of the' re-
eult which reflected little public
participation, " Included most of
the foreign oils, high grade equf?
ments and opper, lead and r.nc
Stocks.
Ralls came to the fore at mid
day. "Three ; C's" common and
preferred" and many of the west
era and southwestern - divisions
scored extreme advances of 1 to 3
1-2 points. . Coalera lagged, how
ever; ""' ' -
Although demand loans drop
ped 3 .1-4 in the last hour, that
period was marked by heavy sell
ing for A profits. Extreme reac
tions of 1 to 4 colnts ocenrrd in
Mexican Petroleum, General As
phalt, - Crneiblo and Gnlf States
Steels, Studebaker and several of
the minor industrials, and spec
ialties. Rails also gave Way
moderately but rallied nr. h
strength shown by Baltimore and
Ohio Sales amotintM in g .
000 shares.
French and Belgian remit
tances were ; carried abnttt sn
points higher in the early pally
oi ioreign exebanges and Ger
man marks gained thre
but the British rate was barely
aieaay ana most neutrals forfeit
ed 2 to 5 points.
NEW YORK FRTITSfARKET
NEW YORK, . July 12. Evap-
oraiea apples scarce. Prunes Ir.
regular. - Peaches low.
I SALEM MARKETS I
BUTINO PRICES .
m B88B WAUml
..V 9i.0i Q 1.10 ba; eats, so fl
w v.
Errs. Butaarf si. l,uw arrrv
- BattsvEst,. 3; milk, 83.10 cwt; eggs,
. Foultry -,
Hesvr heaa. SO ti VI.. ti.1,. v
l5cisMdJ?m .? o. 10e; broilsn
- W.
V . . . 1 -
Hora. 811. 5- rf.uJ k. .
""" "v, ni-i ffs Yic; iamb. Be.
uiaw raivaa
, Eggs aad Batter ,
Eggs, 22c; creamery butter 45 (ct 50t
Portland Bortnj Prieea
, EGOS, POULTRY AMP-MEATS.
BUTTERFAT FIRM. 8CARCR
v J umber one chsrning cream, 48 9 da
f..h. Portland; 41c at stations; nade
grades, 40 rs 41c.
BOGS STEADY " T
Bertes. 73 t 34a dl'd. (Thes qttotstiohs
are hsM m miMe ... .v va
x ays rscoipts by local Johbora aad
anas wg" iym . t t
I.IVF ThrhFTT T-TJir OV a
vajUS Aw A O A EVA A X
fljMBl Mtmsi itti 1 kaaam V.. A ah.
Ik-j d light 14 '.lSi; broilers."rockf
nmi, m v iegnras 18 kg 30CJ
Id rooster. 10 ecBte; daefca. Orbit
Pekina. jrwnng, 34 25c; ld dacks, 1?
ajsv eve, f
DRVSam vrlra wrwir unn
fLaaa aaanmiaatMl ?kvMiA ltk tv-
15 O 16; sadergrade. 1ST TsVs
'-V p. arsaej i -s tc; naoer
ruS, u eg lgc
BAY AID OaULXS
DAV 11BU. -
v -s-aw. , A-sUkWBB.
f nalle... M -. w & i .a r s-e
ateJ JgaaBB V SxAAOBT A la8Sf
lit 2 .a.' f? Tlnmk,
V wt-, auaiia, f ID lo.ao tOB
clover 914 ton ; est sad vetch 15 O it
tea; straw, j 8 ten.
GRAIN FIBSf '
A (Track, Portland) Wheat. 81.0?
.1J4; eats, 632 9 Z5 eastera vol
low cor a. 130 s ton.
- . - ' FMtfXT
8trswberri, 83 2.10 erite; est
tvrkarria. nia 11 . i. -
, " r - "7 .w t -m year oe
8125 box; apnrot. 81 1-2 heat.
-7 ..83 1 Currants. 81 ; loganberries
TBSETABLES ' - ,
; . TEGETABLEJB STEADT
i. i petatots. 7 Cf 85 cwt.: Oregot
rarrota tie 13 guaches. greea pas IS j
in. , ; greea : oaioaa, zse,
-..-. v . . .,- ..- WOO It- , ' -
trnnt irrriTiv
mjfJSStTMltl oT..15iw.l9e: sasdiaj
MpNNulpf
i
w , c, ; tine z a, sua..
HOPS STEADT
. 1921 Crop XCAOtsi at 11 9 If.
C?p!&!ble
Winter Wheat Survives Dry
A Season Better Than" -
Other Crops '
Unusually dry weather over the
greater art ot the state during
the. month "of Jane, following
similar conditions daring May pre
ceding, has further; reduced the
1923 crop prospects from the be
low average estimates of a month
ago, according to' information
gathered ' by F. L. Kent,1 agricul
tural Statistician for -the United
States department ot agriculture.
Winter wheat appears to have
withstood the dry season ? better
than any of the other grain crops.'
Iii the western part ot the state
it appears probable that the crop
will make about an average yield
per acre. . The same Is true ot
most of the eastern 'part of the
State, although Wasco and Sher
man counties report a prospect
way below normal. Condition ot
the Oregon crop on July 1 was es
timated at 85 per cent of normal,
compared with " 90 per cent on
June 1, 100 per cent July 1, 1921
and 'a ten year July 1 average of
915 Present condition Indicates ti
probable state production of 17,-
846,000 bushels, compared with
a, (final estimate ot 20.862,000
bushels produced In 1921,' and a
five year average of 14,867,000
bushels. t ;
The United States winter wheat
condition on July 1 was estimated
at 77.0 per cent, compared, with
81.9 " per cent ; on June 1, with
77.3 per cent July 1, 1921, and a
ten year average ! condition of
81.0 per eon. Th Jaly 1. 1922
condition "Indicates tf probable
crop of 569,276,000 bushels. The
final estimate for 1931 was 687,-
032,000 bushels, and the five
year 'average, 050,950,000 bnsh
els. A :; '" - " '::
The condition of bregon spring
wheat on1 July 1, 122; was -estimated
at .70.0 per cent, a decline
of 18 points during the month ot
Junej . , r
Reports state that some ot the
spring seeding has already been
"worked 'Into summer . fallow."
Much of the acreage will, prob-
aWy- not' be worth . cutting for
grain. Last year's July 1 con
dition was J 2, and the ten-year
average is 88. The July 1, 1923
condition Indicated a probable
crop of about 3,000,000 bushels.
The United States spring wheat
condition on July 1, 1922, was
estimated at 83.7 per cent of nor-
mal. indicating a probable pro
duction of about .'247.660.000
bushels, eoinpared with the 1921
final; estimate bf - 207.86i.000
bushels, ahd the five year average
of 243,600,000 bushels. '
The continued dry weather In
June caused a drop in the esti
mated condition of oats front' 92
per cent June 1, to' 70 per cent on
July 1. This indicates probable
crop ot about 7,209.000 Bushels.
Fall sown oats, of which there is
a latger acreage than usual, are
in rriuch better condition than the
spring seeding. : The 192i crop
was estimated at 8,704,000 bush
els, and the five year average Is
9,735,000 bushels, and the five
year average is 9,735,000 bush
els. 'J . ... iy-': V:
" The United States oat crdp con
dition dropped during June' from
85.5 to 74.4 per cent; Indicating
a probable final production of 1,
186,626.000 bushels, compared
witK 1,061,000,000 bushels In
1921, and a fire year average pro
duction of l,374,382.00d bush
els. .;. , -v- 'v .''
Reports Indicate . that barley
has suffered less over the state
as a whole, thah any other spring
sown grain. There was consider
able; seeding of winter varieties
last fall. The July 1 condition of
barley ia estimated at 83 per cent,
indicating, a probable production
of about 2,150,000 bushels. The"
1921 crop Was 3.2 4 9.00 0 bushels.
and the five year average 3,17 6
000 bushels. ' - s
.The United States barley crop
declined during June from 90.1
per cent to . 82.6 per cent; Indi
cating a probable final production
of 181,586.000 bushels. The 1931
crop was estimated at 151,181,-
000 bushels, and the fire year
average 191.021,000 bushels.' '
There does not appear to be
much: change In the hop acreage
over last year'i estimate bt 12.-
000 acres. i The 1931 crop was
flnaily estimated at about 57,000
bales (185 pounds each) and the
July 1 condition of the crop in
dicated about the same production
as'a year agd. Continued dry
weather will mast likely reduce
the present prospect.
PORTLAND MARKETS
PORTLAND. I July 12.-1-B Utter
prints ' extras 43c; cubes extras
2$ej prime firsts 37c. Buttertal
Portland delivery::. No. : 1 sour
cream 43 at 44c. -l '
potatoes: Buying price , locals,
11.00: selling vrice 81.25 - at
U.59-
' CJassIfiocJ Ads. In Thcf -ststesmaa
Iring Resiilt3
ilSii
. - - - . a
Wheat Takes Drop of 5-3
a a s a aV t
to. 1 1-4 While, ueaiers
Ask Time to Ship ,
t
CHICAGO. July 13. Indira.
tloni of possible ' quick setti i
inent ot the railroad strike led t .
lower prices la the". Wheat mar
et s today. The close was unset
tled tU 5-8 , to 1 1-4 net " decto
with September $1.13 to 1.11 H
antT December $1.14 1-2 to 1.15
5-8. Corn lost 3-8 to ; $-4. o
S-S to 3-4 to 7-S and pfovislc i
S. to 12c; -f
': RespcnslTenefiS to a better tr
look for an ending of railroad L
bor 1 troubles ; waa shown by t
wheat market as soon as tradl.t
began, but . soaking - rains th x
meant perhaps a week's delay u
harvests became temporarily t:
ruling influence and caused val
ues to range - moderately hlghpt
throughout most ot the first ti l '
of the board of trade session. :
" Many Interior deilert who hat
held wheat for shipment by Jn'j
20 were asking, it was said, lof
an extension ' of tlme :: Besidct,
some damage by black rust -rr. j
reported from Minnesota art
there was 4 apprehension it t
warmth and moisture - north vc t
might cause more rapid develop
ment ot rust than heretofon
Almost complete ignoring of bc'
ish factors, however, ' became ap
parent In the wheat market aft r
announeement of a definite pr
gf am "looking toward solution t!
railroad strike difficulties. "
f Profit-taking" sales, an incrr. V
of hedglnr and general alowne i
of export demand accelerated t:
downwafd ilf dtt'ot priced ; Ju t
before the finish, tfabugh. at t
elevator Interest took actively t
the buying- side ot the mifktt,
and caused a little1 recovery.
Ample moisture supplies ati
seasonable temperatures were t i
f ectlve In weakening the market
for, corn and. oats, despite goss')
that exporters Were - after corn.
( Provisions ; Went upward b
price with hogs, but : later gats
way under aa Increase of orde-s
to sell: ' . J '
site iruTutrKD b?r.
Not long ago a lady was glv(; s
a lecture. Her subject was Ui
human figure, and th reQui:
menu ,fn the way of yrdportl;3
for beauty. j" ,-. t
"She herself was ;of generouk
size, and her manner was loft;.
She was trying to demonstrati
the relative sixes of the limbs ti
they really ought td be.
VFor example. said shi
"twice found my thumb (she hi I
U tip Y once round . my wri
twice round my ? wrist, -ei
round my neck; twice round t ;
neck,? once round my waist.'
Then she paused, and i a 8hrl3
voice from the audience exclaim
ed; ' - ' -y ' k
"Twice ronnd yottr waist, ot.i
round Hyde Patk, , : 1
. The lecturer ; hastily passed i
to another branch of the subject:
London Ideas. , .....
. f.!HI WANTED
for serf Ices as r Allroad nwU
cbinlsts, blasksmitlis, sheet
metal ; .,. workers, - copper
smiths, car Inspectors, boll
ermakers, electricians, pipe
fitters, tinner, car repair
er, helpers, all classes un
der strike conditions beat
explained jy Chairman Ben
w. Hooper of the r United
Stites '- :.j lUilroad , Labor
Board, In his statement of i
July Ut irgardliis as fol
'lowi, :-i -
"In this case, the "conflict
Ms dot Setweeh the employer j
and the oppressed employes. '
The people of this country
through at act of congress,
signed by President Wilson,
established a tribunal to de- i
clde such disputes over
wages and; working 'condi
tions; which ; are trabniilted
to It In a proper manner.
It Is the decision of this trl- '
buna! against which the
shdp crafts are "striking..
" '"Regardless of any Ques
tion ot the right of the men
to strike the men who take"
the strikers" places art
merely accepting the wage
and working conditions pre
scribed ny m' goyernment 1
tribunal and am performing j
a public service, They sfs
not accepting tne wages
and workin: oonditioriii i
which ari employer is trying
to Impose for this reason,
public sentiment ; and i full
government power will pro
tect the men Who remain
la their, positions and new
men who may come In'
Adequate provisions have
been made ioi the f uH pro
tection of all employes, the
same as old employed Which
have remained : loyally mt
work; Applicants should
apply to the office of the
superintendent v st Portland
(Union fetation) or to th
assistant" superintendent ' at
Roseburg. - j. jr. DYER,
- General Manager.
Southern, racl"c. Cc-riny