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Offices to fife Filled on No
vember 4 Certified By
Secretary ot State Kozer yes
terday mailed to the ) county
clerk9 ot - the state the certifica
tion of offices to be tilled by elec
tion at the general election on
November 4. I
.' Acting upon the advise ot the
attorney general Mr, Kozer has
included - in the 1 Information a
statement that there is one just,
ice of the supreme court to be
elected to till the 'vacancy caused
by the resignation of Juustice
Lawrence T. Harris, and one
justice ot the supreme court to
be elected to till the vacancy
caused by the death ot Justice
John McCourti --;'. j
"This action said Kozer, "Is
based upon .many J years ot prece
dent during which, time a number
of , vacancies ; in the supreme
court have occurred and have
been tilled in a similar manner.''
,;The voters ; wil ballot on thei
xoiiowing; . -i
Five electors of president and
vice president . ot the , United
States; one United States senator;
one representative in congress for
each ot the three districts; one
secretary of state; one state treas
urer; one justice ot the supreme
court to fill vacancy caused .by
the resignation of Justice Harris;
one justice . ot the supreme court
to fill '-vacancy, caused by the
death of Justice McCourt; one at
torney general; one dairy and
food commissioner; one ? public
service commissioner for district
lying west of Cascade mountains,
and one commissioner for district
lying east of Cascade mountains.
Also there will be submitted to
the voters such proposed, constitu
tional amendments and measures
as have been "referred - to tne
people by the legislative assem
bly," those designated "referen
dum Ordered l by petition of the
people,' and those "proposed by
I OUT OP THE JTJXGLES .
fin. all of the tribe of Central
American ' Indians, : Onoto, the
man, and wyda, the mam, were
tb;e only ones who were white.
Because of their color tney were
h41d In esteem. . The old chief
whs scarcely .more important. . i
The tribe was preparing for the
dding . ceremonial .which would
uite tnese two wno, so iar s
they knew, were set apart from all
men and women in the world by
their color when, through the
jungles and dressed In strange
garb, came a wliole company of
white men. The surprise ot the
a4vages ,at seeing these visitors
3 po greater than that ot Leon
ard Detwiller, leader of the ex
plorers when he saw Onoto and
Wyda. "-" - j--. -' -il ' t
j"Theyare white Indians!" be
exclaimed, in triumph. . "We have
proved that the stories of the old
conquistadors are true." - ! '
, 'The wedding waa put off while
the . tribe- entertained , Detwiller
and his party. and. all the while,
the .white .men bargained with the
chief. r If he would let Onoto and
Wyda go ,with them to a land
where' all the men were, wnite
.there would be many presents.
: ; "But you must ' bring them
back," the chief insisted, "you
must swear on all of the holy
things of - your tribe." , .
Detwiller made a solemn oath,
delivered . his .presents, and the
party left taking; with it a won
dering man and maid. The jour
ney through the' jungle, so diffi
cult for the white men, was -easy
for the two but when the villages
and cities appeared, Onoto and
Wyda were frightened.; In their
fear and amazement they clung to
each other for support and -behind
their round eyes and solemn
faces there was: nothing to indi
cate their thoughts.
Onoto and Wyda knew that for
some reason they were objects of
curiosity. Men pointed at them
little boxes which clicked and they
were made the center of trowds
who stared, i . . f , - '
3ut Detwiller hurried his
charges .to the hP another, thing
which-was. so far f beyond any
dream the two had -ever had that
it held their senses in- a sort of
paralysis. They went through
the Canal and 'saw long (trains
which looked like great snakes
spouting smoke. - Nothing now
could be too great -or wonderful
they were prepared ";-' . ,.... '
: Of the excitement occasioned by
their arrival in .New York and of
the meaning of . their visit to a
university , where . they were re
garded intently try a group of eld
era they, understood nothing. The
street cars, subways, great crowds
and . tall buildings overwhelmed
their, minds.' At first they longed
to go back to the tribe but as they
grew more - accustomed to the
strange sihis "their fears quieted
and they began to enjoy theirex
periences. - Onoto told Wyda that
eiever wished to go back, and
long -enough for the wedding." "
J-.They spent aeveral months - in
the landof the whtte taen, learned
a few'wordaf'of English, "andThen
were told it was time to go. Wyda
sighed, and ..Onoto"; shrugged hU
shoulders.-S : ''..
."There is no help, he said,
"we' hate promised. And when
we get back they will never let us
go away again."
"I wish," replied the . girl," we
had never seen all of this. We will
long, all our lives, to return. - .
So, with presents for the chief
and themselves1, they went . back
to the tribe.' Detwiller had told
them that if they , cared to .make
the Journey to New York again he
would see -that they were cared
for but-he did not know that his
words only - added to their grief.
The pride of the tribe in its white
members would be too great to let,
There was a ' wedding and a
meeting of the tribe on the even
ing - of their return. - -The fire
burned and the . group sat close
while Onoto related his ' adven
tures. ! The. young Indian .told of
the great ehips which moved with
out, sails and sent smoke! to the
sky. - He told of the trains, the
cities, the buildings "which reached
to the clouds, and deep silence
greeted his words, v. .
"In the land of the white men,"
said Onoto, "great Bnakes carry
ing. hundreds Jot men and women,
more than In ten tribes, run under
ground and overhead. More peo
ple than you have seen In your
dreams pass .through the .streets
every , minute. ; The streets are
filled with. cars in which men ride
and those cars run. by themselves.
And, "he waved toward the: sky,
'there are white men who fly in
the heavens like great birds:"
"It is enough," the old chief in
terrupted. "The white . man has
given to Onoto and .Wyda the evil
tongue. , In these. lew inoons they
have forgotten what.they learned
in the jungles. -Never in my life
have I heard "such.,illes!" , ( ":
There wis mlirmufof assent
ana anger from.. Hue circle, and
the chief went on. He; spoke
cruelly and with a fine -sarcasm.
"Go, he said, , "hack to your
flyihg men and great temples. Go
back where you learned to lie!"
First Class Graduated
By.New Business College
X . SIL.VERTON. Ore.; Sept! 19-
l&peciai to The Statesman,)
inanrst . class to receive its di
plomas from the Silverton busi
ness college - was graduated
Thursday of this week. This class
is ; the day class. Members of the
night class will receive their di-
plomas Friday night.
, Those graduating were Nina
Robenault, Olive Morley, Pearl
Johnson, Mabel . Alrick, ' Ruby
orgaard, Wjnola Desart, -Flor
ence Nesheim, Lucetta Day; An
na Gunderson, Virginia Sander
son,. Wanda Bowen, Zenith-' Gib
son, . Agnes Dahlen, .. Gertrude
Hoffman, --Margery Ellinson,
Helen Kleeb and Maiine. Hope.
Of these the following have ac
cepted . positions: ., . Olive Morley
with the A. C. Hage company at
Salem; Pearl Johnson with the
Willys-Knight company at Port
land Wanda Bowen with the' N.
Digerness company at Silverton,
and Helen Kleeb with the'Inman
Plumbing company at Silverton.
NEW CORPORATIONS I
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The following articles ot incoi
po ration were filed yesterday with
the state corporation department:
Pueblo Mining company, Con
don; incorporators, Leon C. Coon
ey, N. C. Brown Eatl A, Smith;
cafiital,5 $25,0.." . ; "
tfyvners Listing company, Port
land; incorporators, Viola Patter
son, Dale Patterson, Ora Fetters;
capital, 11000. "r ? - !
The Whiter company, Portland;
incorporators, Mary .C: McQinnit y.
A. D. Leedy. Robert ITamaker;
capital, ?5000;' r ' - -
company, T&rtlana; incorporators,
Roy Hemphill, OUie""Hemphlll, T.
W. Hemphill, Ralph-. Hemphill,
Stanley R. Hemphill; capital,: $10,
000. - .. ..i i '
West Coast Clensel Distributing
company, Portland; Incorporators,
W. E. GanO, A. J. Wilson, Mar
garete Wilson; capital, $25,000.
. Peacock Jewelers, Portland; in
corporators,' Sidney W. "Mills, W.
W. Mills, Gus A. Krogh; capital,
J5.000. , . '
Alhany lodge No. S59, Loyal
Order of Moose, Albany; incorpor
ators H. W. Stratton, H. L. Redi
fer, F. G. Montgomery; assets,
pany Portland;' incorporators,' F.
P. Carson, William N. Eisiminger,
Charles E. Falrley; capital, $1200,
Supplementary articles were
filed by Miller's Big Little Jewelry
store . of Portland, changing the
name to Miller & Co. 4 ; .
. Notice of an increase from 50
shares non-par value to 50 shares
non-par value and $20,000 pre
ferred stock . was filed by the
Gracef H Palmer corporation of
; Under the blue sky act the fol
lowing permits were, granted:
Mountain, Chief Oil company, Port
lands to sell stock in the sum of
$10,000; Medical Arts Building
company, Portland. ft6 sell stock in
the sum of $500,000; Lithlaa Ho
tel company, Ashland, to'scll stock
In the sum of $35,350. lh -'
Notice of a decrease in, capital
from $50,000 to $20,000 was tiled
by the H. Lb Stiff Furniture cqmr
pany of Salem. '- , :
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8IX nth' contract, per uontk 12a
1 meatWeontmct. per noatk 12
Vlmimuff fa My dTcrtlMmtBt 35
Money to Loan
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Prepare now tot rminy Call and
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At hU new location, 219 State St.
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FOR RENT DAIRY FARM 3 . ACRES.
7 room fcouiwv big. barn, 5 area irri
.gated for gardn truck, -which can be
sold at door. Water in bouse and
barn, acres plow Jand, rent ptur,
IVi miles from ijaWm. Kent caih S5.5U
per acre. .- Uon't writ, come 'and see.
On Dallas liitchway. W. it. Sohuett, Rt.
2, Box 170-K, - , 4-a21
PRISTKD CARDSBIZB 14" BY 7H",
, wording VVot Jlent,-' price 10 cent
each. Stateamaa BasioMa Office, oo
Ground Floor. j.r ' ' ,--'. ...
HOUSE AND APARTMENTS PHONE
056 J. ' - . t 4-a20tf
FOR' KEWT FTJRNrSHED 8 ROOM. $30
Bath, hot water. My tuba. j ., .
. BKCKK A HENDRICKS , ,
TT. g. Bank Pe. 4-3tf
TFOR KENT Apartmenta -5
4 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT
1245 Madison. ' - - . 5-b20
FOR KKN'T T7PPER UXT, 431 Hon th
m Cottage. , Kent $20. . . ; 5-2
A J)ESIRABLE APARTMENT FOR COU
. pie. 1335 State St. . v5-a20
FOR RENT FURNISHED APARTMENT,
first floor. 292 g. Summer. 5-8-21
8 ROOM APARTMENT, UNFURNISHED
1308 N. Com'l. i - 5-atf
APARTMENTS, AND S ROOMS. FINE
. location. .Reasonable. 891. N. rCottage.
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VERY DESIRAB&B .SIX. ROOM .FLAT
Close in, 695 North Liberty. Phone
1351. . ; I:-. . i 6-i20
FURNISHED APARTMENT, GARAGE.
; 1315 Jefferson.- . - t . 6-s5tf
THREE ROOM FURNISHJCD . .APART
i nest, 592 N. Sammar. . ,6-jju3tf
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN COOU
clean, comfortable apartments, , reaaon
. able rent; located downtown district,
. Patton apartments. 'For inspection or
Teserratioa- call '' Patloa'e : Book . Store.
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FOR RENT APARTMENTB 891 NO.
FOR REMRooma, , 8
PLEASANT ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN.
Close in. - Phone 585-W. 6-s23
FOUR ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR;
Caraee, 1441 3T. 14h- St. ' - B-e-20
FOR RENT ROOMS 3 BLOCKS FROM
.State Fair Grounds. Inquire of Mrs
T. 8. MeKenxie, 2590 CUerrjr Teno
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BOARD AND ROOM. .FINE ROOMS,
Home cooking, r Close in; 680 Center.
- ; , ' 6-S21
ROOMS TO BENT CALL 2044-W.
. I " 6-s9tf
- i . - FOR RENT House ,7
SMALL TWO ROOM HOUSE. NEATLY
furnished; pas; light and. water paid,
f 15, 1620 Court. 7J20tf
FOR RENT 5 ROOM COTTAGE ON paT
: ing. , Bath and hot water. Plaatered.
BECKE & HENDRICKS
. U. S. Bank Bldg.
i, . 7-s20
FIVE ROOM HOUSE, ELECTRIC lights,
. phone, Earape, " barn, chicken houses,
1 acres of ground and some fruit.
On Morning Side, Rt. 5, Box 46. 7-s20
FOR. RENT SMALL HOUSE, 5 ROOMS
825. Would lease or sell, terms.
U." S. Bank Bids . 7 17t(
1 FOR RENT .- r ,
9 room 'modwn home located at345
Chemeketa street.' $50 per month.
V. H. GRABENHOKST CO.
275 State xh.y : -7 sl7tf
" FOR 8ALU 3nceIlaneoiL 8
- Tresjpass Notices
Tresspass Not ice v else 14 inches by
9. Inches, printed on food 10 ounce,
eanrass bearing the words, "Notice Ii
Hereby Oiren "That Trespassing I
Strictly Forbidden On These Promisee
Under Penalty. Of Prosecution." Price
15e each or two for 25e. Statesman
Publinhiaf Company, Salem, Oregon.
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FOR. SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS. 10
cent a Snndla Circulation department
. Oregon ktatsaman.
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO.
Hare your marhiave- repaired by the
people who make it. . Special rente
rate to students. 100 Masonie Blda
Phone . ; n2sj
TENT 14x2410- CZ. FULI, WEIGHT,
. four foot walla. Cont $48.O0. will aell
for 31J0. United Outing Stores, 19
'Noncommercial 8L 8-8 2.'
PRINTED CARDS. SI2K 14" BT 1U
wording. "Rooms to Rent." price It
fire. Ground Floor.
FOR SAUCLivctGk 9
FOR SALE ONE J30O POUND AIARH '
nine years old. E.- L. - Welch, 236
.. Bush St. . - ' . 9-s20tf
FRE8H COW-aERSEY-GUERNSEY. 5
-ymrs Old. Large, gentle, rich milker.
Good condition. 3rd house east of 'Tuc
iter on pavement. ' 8-S20'
FBED W. LANGE, VETERINARIAN-.
-Office 430 & Conmereial. Phone 1108 '
iRei.. Phone- 1666. - -m2?f
WOOD FOK SALT 11
OAK-POSTS SUITABLE FOR Anchors!
Inquire Fred. Gibson, Salem, Rt. 2,; or
Grant Starr, Talla City, Oregon.
r,; ' - - 11 s24
16 INCH AND 4. FOOT WOOD OF ALL
kinds. . Frices reasonable and prompt
deljTery.' Phone 1958-W. . Il-sl3tf
OAK. MAPLE, OLD AND 6ECOND
growth fir, priced right. , Phoae 1878W
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STOP 1 DONTX BUY INFERIOR WOOD I
Kiet the best oak and fir; also coal.
By phoning 1855. .'. 11-slOtf
1 INCH WOOD TOR NORTH SALEM'
from new mill near -Deaf school. 5
loads fI5. Phone 1220. ll-o9tf
. . BE8T GRADE OF WOOD
4 It. nd, 16 inch.
. Dry or reea mill wood.
Pry .second (row U fir.
Dry old fir. ..x...
Dry 4 ft oak.
Prompt dalirery and reaaonsble pri4
16-INCH OLD FIR, 4 FOOT OLD FIR
second . growth oak tad aaiu- . Phoni -1BF3.
XL D. Mayfleld. Il-j9 '
SPECIAL PRICES ON 16" . OLD FIB
Phone 1861M. . XXM
FOR BALE DRY SECOND-GROWTH I
j -wood,. 4 t,,.J'or tmsaediate eliTer.
Phonel06 ' 4-f1?3
WAXTED Iin ploym e n 1 12
REGISTERED PHARMACIST WANTS
- employment.. Can furnish best of ref
erence. Phone 1611-R, 12-s'it
TWO EXPERIENCED YOUNG LADIES
wish to care for children during the
day during Fair week. 440 Division
WANTED FOR EXCAVATING AND
ploughing. Team work of any kin
Phone 162J-W. Kea. . 735 Ballevue.
Qreen Roof Painting
Also black, yellow, Mae.
Call tnd ask to see some of my worf
in roof painting jandreshlngling. .
M. R. MATHEWS
Phone 167. , .
WANTED FOR EXCAVATING AN1
ploughing. Team work of any kind;
Phone 1621. . Bee. 735, Belleme.
FOR RENT FARM -50 AQRE8, GOOD
buildings. On ,' paving 7 milea Salem.
250 'a yearv ; .- - -
' BECKE ,HENDRICKS ;
U. S. Bank BldgJ '. 7-tl7tf
WHY PAY. RENT WHEN YOU CAN
buy Just like rent. Very small pay
ment down and you can have possession
of five room bouse, good location, 1
i block from car line, near school. Call
at 1057 S. 13th or Phone 1974j 7-3
HOUSES' TO RENT P, L. WOOD, 841
State St. s 7-m28tf
FOR RENT LARGE FURNISUED house
6 rooms. 1786 E. State. 1 45. i
BECKE k HENDRICKS
U. S. Bank Bldg . 7-st7tf
- . i -WANTKl-To Rent ii
4 OR 5 ROOM MODERN FURNISHED
. house by civil . engineer. Box 5945
' Statesman. J 7a-s21
FOR SALE Miscellaneous 8
FOR SALE: SECOND HAND WINDOW
frames complete with- sash. Phone
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THOSE BIG BLACK GRAPES FOR juice
- and jelly. FraJa Vineyards, three miles
north in Polk county. 8-s23
Beautiful Oregon Rose
' And eleven other Oregon aonga t
gether with a fine collection of patriot
le eonga, ..sacred konga and maay . els"
'.'. .ALX FOR" fiSe. '
(Special prices in qaantlty - lota)
Especially adaptable for eahool, -eon
. munity or home , singing. ' Send lor
v Weste rn "Songster
.70 page new la It third ditlos ; '
, Published .fey , v
OREGON TEACHERS -MOlt-THLT
115 8. .Commercial Stj Salem, Or. x
GOOD STEP LADDERS AND PQRCB
wings at bargain. 1751 ,"Walfer St
- . . "' 8-jne28tl
FIRST CLASS OATS AND VETCH HAY
Phoae 84F13. : . . - 6-jSltf
TENT 14x21 8 OZ. FULL WEIGHT.
perfert condition. 824 VO. United Ont
.' ing Stores 189 'N-.-, Comerc'si h,U
" ; .... 8 8 21
WORK AFTER SCHOOL BY WILL AM
ette student. Pliqne 4C1-M. 13-s26
ENROLL NOW IN CLASS FOR BASKET
making. Saleia Wicker Furniture Man-
ufacturing Co. . 13-s2Al
WOODRY,,THE AUCTIONEER BUYS
used furniture tor cash. Fhone 611
WANTED A PARTY WHO WANTS 4
live room, house- by only paying 83f
,a month end a amall down payment
Phone 1974-J or v call 1057 B. 13th,
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN T
take farm paper subscriptions. A goo4
proposition to . the right people. Ad
- dress the Pacific Homestead, Statesman
Bldg.. Salem. Or.
AGENTS WANTEJ 18
SUBSCRIPTION SOLICITORS TO RS
. present high class- Eastern Magasin
company. Must be able, to devote at
time and" be experienced. Write o(
wire giving past experience to M. A
Steele, 5, Columbus Circle, New York.
NY. - - lA-.?t
HELP WANTED Female 17
CAN YOU EMBROIDERt WOMEN want
led to embroider limns for us at home
during spare time. Information upon
request. Belfast Company, Dept. 725,
Huntington, Ind. 17-20
HELP WANTED Male 18
WANTED MAN WITH TEAM TO bank
out wood. Phone 1879 M. 18 x23
'Male and Female;. 10
BLACKBERRY PICKERS WANTED
:'ine berries, good pay. Come. Ward
K: Richardson, Toledo, Ore. 19-S 21
HOP PICKERS I WANT YOUI TRUCK
leavea Commercial anil Court sts. every
.morning at 6:30 and returns after pick
u ing. Store on grounds. C. C, Russell,
Phone 59F22 or see Ben Wh'fe. 19-14tf
SALESMEN COVERING ANY TEKRI
' tory to carry ribbons aide line. 10' o
commission. 5897 Statesman. 20-e9
MAGAZINE SALESMEN TO ACT AS
district manager in thia territory, also
crew managers for the fastest msga. .
aine proposition today, ear furnished H
produeera." 'Write or wire giving past
experience to A. Steele, 6 Columbus
Circle, New York, N. Y, . 20 21
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