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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING, JULYIC IO
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.TTyrRS.'- IL IL OLlNOf Mr;
, 1V1 Edwin It. Baker, TUrs. E.
Dillingham,, and Mrs. O. C Locke
entered the qualifying rounds, yes
terday at the atate gol tourna
ment at '.Tualatin,- ..Mrs, Ralph
Watson ot Portland U entertain-
r tag Mrs,, dinger and Mrs. Gllllng-
nam a, her . house-guests,, while
' Mrs. .Baker Is staying with Mrs.
Nean West. -.- j. -
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Eleven hundred librarians from
the United States and Canada at
tended the-4 7th 'annual conference
of the American Library. associa
tion at - Seattle I during; tha. past
week, according to a statement by
; Adult, education was , one .qfthe.
chief topics discussed'. , It is a
brand of serylce '. to .which, many
libraries, are, paying special atten-
tlon, and It means not only the
supplying .of book bnt-'the pw
paring pf re'ading courses, and the
S'rlng ,of a.dTice; to young people
, who hare left school, and to 'eUUt
men sjid, women who want to read.
with a purpose. - " t ; .; v.
were on library training, school
library work , and " library inten
sion. ' Among the. "fcp.eaker$y were
1L H. .B. Moyer of, the Library, of
' Congress, who gave the, presiden
tial address; President SuzxaVvof
the University of Washington:
The Amlcian ; club met Mon-!
day afternoon at taeb.orae of Mrs.
Ho tingrefi The no use -was
bea,utltulrjr decorated' with gladi
oli," 7 Bridge g nd needlework "was
enjoyed by Xt guests.. . Delicious
refreshments tvere served late in
the -afternooi Those present
were Mrs. Edgar, M"., Rowland, Mrs.
Fraaci J. Sullivan, Mrs. H. R.
WMite, Mrs. kriight Pearcy, Mrs.
Ed R. Viesko, Mrs. Roy Jennings,
Mrs. c: UvZinnrMrs. vHIlton Eck
eman, Mrs. Arnold Krueger, Mrs.
frfakrN.' - Zinn;' Mrs. Cheste? r A.
Downs, Mrs. ' Earle - Kennell. - and
i the hostess, Mrs. ; Momer " E. In-
grey. :. :- - ..
3 m.-. i-. t t--I I '" " iri. ouiiivan s sis
VI. A. . S - .... i. .WL - . . . I ... . .
Tales Frojn Siryer; Lands,'Ta toI-
nm o( Sputh American folk tales.'
The a.nthor was jresnt -At fteatW.
to - ireceiTe' the. nidal which is
awaraea eacn yean ior the noeat
contribution to literature for chil
dren Only American' authors are
liahed te 1922, when" the Hrinper
was Headrik Van Lpon, author of
' " LILLIE L. MlDSEJr. SUtetma Corrisipondm . .
vick 4t h St. -Loal public lib-
lary,; just returned from a trio to
China asidelegatcof tae.A;! I'A.I
and ilton J; tVrguren of the Cal-
if or n (a StatA ihTarr" ""i
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Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Clifford, Mr.
and Mrs. S. H. Van Trump and
Prof. W. Ti Fargo motored to Cor-
rallis Sunday to attend an inter
esting lecture on evolution. -
The Darby; and McKinney clan
assembled in Sherwood Forest on
SILVERTON, ; Or.,' July 13.
(Special to The Statesman.) A
special- meeting of the Silverton
council was held . Friday evening
at which time a contract was
awarded to L. Herrold for- the
paving of the part of High street
which is east of Second street.
Mr. Herrold has worked in Silver-
ton fof .the past two years, bu
plans to leave for Oregon City as
soon as h 13 work at Silverton is
completed, which will be in two
or three weeks.
Some of the streets , recently
completed or under construction
are Cowing street,. Cherry street
and Brown street Mr. Herrold
plans to tear down the paving
plant and move it to Oregon City.
At ' invitation of 'the Brooks
JurvNg. 1925. with Misa Marv Neal Community club ; the Trinity
192 5 this -honor wen't' to Hugh
DoIfttle,v and j last , year, t JjQ,fWin.
nrngboo,k. wastT1ie,,Diri !Fr
ate,"kby Charles Boardman Hawes.
' Officers elected, f n i 9 2 S-'i R ire.
Presfdnj, Charles' F1 JX BeMen, of
theBostqn pubVc? TUfary:f first
ice presldeijiU : Mrs.- Elizabeth,
Claynqoi Earl president' ot the In
Qiana uuraryi ana nisioricai ae
partmen,p Muncie, Ind- atfcoud
Vice; president. Tb Colore, W. Koch
of ' tberj Nortliwe8tetn. nitersity
libraVy," Evanston; IJl.t 'treaanrer,
Edward-D. Twee dell of the John
Crerar ' library Chicago;
Saem. was represented' by Cor
nelia Majrvio, . Join ' Bell; Bellin
ger. iMlrpah O. Blair." Maude E.
Judsori T Jennings of tho Seattle Coyif to and pr; ajld Mrs. T. G.
nublb; lihrarv fir Arthur e: Ttnat- Franklin . ' - 4 , J A'
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Te StOfy:-' of 'Mankind, 'In"lof 796 Everett street of Portland. f Young People's society held the
aha : 1. I Jnlv mttnr In! tha Tinrt- a(
u.iaiiuL 111 xrtciuus uiituuer -
d.uflng tne day. Mrs. ; E. ' Adams 1 Brooks. .- Following services in the
of 79t Cleveland avenue. Port-1 Trinity, c Hunch, members motored
lap waa Toted queen of the day to me park wnere they partook o
aj escorted ta the sUse. being basket lunch. A short program
ensued. The battle, which lasted
nearly an hour. Was finally term
inated In the dressing room and
peace restored. It was the first
time that many of those present
had seen women actually fighting.
', Two men, supposedly prohibi
tion officers, provided a new sen
sation for a number of boys fol
towing a late swim Saturday night
Aa' the si' boys entered their ear
to leave. the park -they were halt
ed, by .two,! men. who. ordered them
to leave, the car. As each boy
Stepped Mo the "ground,1 he , was
searched, ai was also the car. The
most suspicious looking"1' object
which rewarded the search was a
small Jar of syrumjwhlch'had been
purchased by one of the boys a
short time before. The men car
ried their stars in their hands and
used flashlights with which' to ex
hibit their stars. ,
the oldest, member present. 'A
very Interesting program was car
ried out and -was - highly- appre
ciated.' After "the singing of
America, which was' followed by
the invocation " delivered by Mr
James Darby .of Silverton. Mr
Kelsbn CUr kHxngs worth of M28
Edgar Wrightman is la Port
land for the week-end having
gone up Friday to attend a con
cert by th University of Callfor
aia Glee clubw He will also, attend
r -hofse party at .Oswego Lake
while at Portland. J. A. Worley,
a friend of Mr. Wrightman's. also
plans to be present at the concert
and wenf to Portland Saturday.
Mr tVorley is studying the lumbev
Vusiness and has been staying at
the' Wrightman home the past six
months. His home is at Wausau,
Wis. but he was graduated from
Berkeley in 33. : . . .
daily opened, the lUlS ae&siaa ol
the grand, lodge,
, Milton R. Klepper, xaRed ruler
of the Portland lodge, host to the
present reunion, ".. welcomed the
convention delegates' ,- The civic
I greetings were extended by Mayor
eorge Baker in behalf of the city
of Portland and uov'ernor Walter
Pierce spoke V'for the common
wealth of Oregda.' Dr. John Dy
saat, grand chaplain, delivered the
Mr. Price reviewed tbe rogress
of Uhe : order, durinj; the year,
stressing s its material - advanci
ment through the building of new
lodge homes, - representing some
$50,000,000, and the gain in. mem
bership, which haa- been highly
selective-' ';;' '-
.The ' national memorial head
quarters und.er construction, In
Chicago asfa tribute to members
of !the. order who served in the
World war, was taken by " Mr.
Price as the text for his remarks
upon true Americanism, the prime
requisite of . the order. ..
' Thousands of lodge men from' all
parts of the United States arrived
in Portland- today, .28 " special
traias bringing them from 'their
Fmukd rry Brala( (xept Moa-
ay) at Baiaav tat canai ai vrw-
Lccal Rate For
- Datlr mr Boa4T
X rtata par WXi
S caata par word
t caata par ward
Oaa aaaata, daily aai
30 eaaU par wt
in ardar ta amra taa mnra taaa aa
Una aata, adrartiaamaal at ait nut la
N ad iak (oa laaa waa a eaala
Ada raa. 6aaap a&Xy aaaxxaa at
ana-tiiaa lata. . v
! AdrartlaaaiaaU cpt , "Peraaa-
aja" aad, "Kitaatiaaa Wantad") viu
kaaaxa.aa. ta talaaaaaa If taa
a4ruaar a narraa to pkaaa.
Tha SUaaaaMtft maHl aia aarar-
tlaamaata at tax aim ar taa ear
nicht. Ta iaamr roar cl
ttana aa aaoaid aa i aanra 1 p.
xsxxTHOva. ta'ar ess
GOOD SEBVlCEFAlfc PRIRCE..ME-
rai rcpaLringv aaccaiiaa. tin. Millar
aad oala CvaiscrcuL i'hane 5t.
- . - Smifitf
AUTO TOPS . 3
BEE US rOR TOP AND PA1XT WORK.
(K J. Hull Aata Top
HELP 'WANTED fit
LOGANBERRY PICKERS. GOOD TAS.
Phopa TeaiBtc ar 7i'i day. -. "
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WAXTK1X Employment tft j
FOR GARDEN PtOWIXO. BASEJItXT
dirtinc ad le9 .wark, pkaaa lift.
. I . lail4tf.
rOCXO WOMAX WISHES HOCSK--
fcavpinf eanntrjr ar ity ewaatrr pra
ferred. - Looa- mm - im4 aot aaavar.
Bex 40 rart PtilMinii. ' ISilS.
UXRiiT. gTORE ROOM POR RtXT.
qaice lr 8. CoauBarcul HV -
.r - fV.;v?ta -ASfct.v
was given, consisting at a number
of musical numbers and a talk by
Rev. George - Henrlksea. pastor of
Trinity church. At the business
meeting after the -program it was
decided to hold a young people'!
convention in Silverton in Novem
ber. Upon; adjournment of the
Morris. streetT. Portland. :av the I n'ee"n many ol i tne .memoers
address of ;welcoje in a very pleas- wnt ,to Spong'a landing, while
lng"mannerw. Little Velma Painl reraa,nea t- "e pars 10
gave a reciiauon wnicn was rot-i '" , y 3
Low4! hT duets by- Mr ; Word received by
wot j iaies , mm . a7,',,OIl friends in Silverton from Mrs. II, I Silverton service station this week.
Bneaa; "r5f "r: Jaarjt ?,nI A. . Heliickson that she and her
V. T 7 - .wwW , nusoana regret-that they lert Sil-
whic& waa written soma years past Uerton. The Heliicksons lived in
oy yeorge awwnuej, . wscease. thI- cM but . fchort ti. comfns.
here from Seattle, to which city
they had moved from the middjer
west. They returned to their east
era 'home about six. months-avgo
but are no longer i satisfied, and
wish themselves in Oregon again.
Earl Starr began work at the
Mrs. Mary McKinney sang a. solo
which closed the morning, pro
gram.- ..." - : ,
At noon the members surround
ed a long table covered with de
licious foods. , At 2 o'clrock,.thel
r Iamng Is Our
.members assembled and had their Since leaving,' Mrs. Heliickson has
h business sessions. .Master Francis 1 been quite ill. Weather conditions
Pain gava a declamation and re
cited two amusing : encores. Mrs.
-Albert Simons and- Miss Edith
Burrell gave a duet. Liston Par-
f rish of Salem, recited "Old Iron
A very interesting feature, of the
program was the impromptu play
by little' members of the clan,
,Tne Making- of the Flag. MIsb
A. E. McKinney gave, some inter-j
esting history "of past events. Lit
tle Erma Pain gave a Flower
Song" which was well received.
Mrs. A.-, M.. Tracy closed the pro-
have also been very unfavorable.
as there have been; many storms.
one of which destroyed a town not
far from their home. Nothing
definite was aaid as to whether or
not they planned to come back
Spectators a t the swimming "pool
at buverton were enabled to wit
ness entertainment out of the or-
ajnary Friday and Saturday nights.
While in swimming Friday night
one small girl is said to. have
ducked" another, who resented
the treatment very much. Words
taking the place of Homer Smith,
who., will work for the Union Oil
company. . Claire Jarvis, an env
ploye of the Union Oil i company,
Is to,. be. .transferred to Spokane
about the middle of August. Be
fore- working, at the Union "com
pany . Mr. -Jarvis was -j employed
1th, th Patty Motor. company.
feonald M. Hqbbs of Silverton
is on the staff of the Columbian,
the .book published annually by
students in attendance at the citi
zen's t military, training; camp at
Camp' Lewis, Wash. Mr. Hubbs
Is a' son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Hubbs .and was graduated from
Silverton high school this year.
About 250 wrestling fans gath
ered! a.t the Hippodrome of Silver-
ton Saturday night to witness the
wrestling .match between Robin
Reed and Paul Amort. A prelim
inarV match was held : in . which
Ray Able and Micky Colbo took
part. This bout was won by Able
a:!- bigger sisters took kH h ftaV" ' 16
f " The' loajuosr oil money fear legitimate pur-. f ;
; . ' pose3 . ia our business here at . Hawkins & , ' . ,
. J RojtrtS..-.:;;.;.:;.,-. r-: r
-.. ' . r ,; -. v ; t A
' f."" Duringf the past nine years we have f inan-v .,
.cially assisted 5Core,oJ business, firms in, j
. i their expansion, hundreds of individuals to
ft . pay ojff thetmortgage on theip home and i t :
v , many Willamette Vajjey farmers to increase.; .
their production through, .the annexation of
more areaijo.or the purchase of better stock ' -"'.'
,'.t -and equipment ; ' - ' - :v'r '" "'"; :!"
"-" ?:'. f--'; Diit'rermlimUed.'':;"
; r(-- '.' . . ; ... borirqjr hem T -1 '
: - . . . .'I- - .- -. -.- ;: : , :- .-
1 V 2nd Floor. Orcoon Dvdo
the LTncoln monument', preceding
the memorials.- The remainder of
the day was enjoyed in a social
way; The clan will meet again
nest year- In Sherwood Forest.
Mrs. Ralph White was a visitor
yesterday in Portland
- , - .
Miss Lucille Ross arrived borne
from, Chicaj on" Friday after, a
two " years absence - from, Salem
Miss Ross - many friends, partlcu
larly in. local musical circles, are
greeting her wUh;' pleasure.
: . ' - . .
Mr. and Mrs. Roy, Mills, who
haye. recently . returned to Saiem,
to "make their home, spent the
week-end near Newberg, at Spring-
brooks , - -
Mr. and Mrs. Dan J. Fry, Sr..
Miss Kitty Graver, and Miss, Pris
cflla Try arehome after a months
absence ia. Alaska. t
a hand in the matter. Verbal
blows led to physical contact, and
much slapping- and halr-pulllng
Portland hotel in Portland, Ore
gon Dr. Long was elected presi
dent of the. Oregon Chiropractic
ute and the second InilO mlnites
ja.the main event; between
Reed and Amort; Reed was vic
torious; ' taking ' two falls in less
tbaqt . an. hour. The first - was at
the .end of 25 minutes! and was
won by a leg hammer lock hold
Association succeeding Dr. PdutlThe second fall came after .16
; ; Miss
Griff ith la a t house
gnest of Mrs. .Prince Byrd at tha
Byrd cotta' ks,. Neskowiiv ;
I t The membera of , .the,, business
ana iroiesstonai women ciuo
will meet ' aS !li'clock Wednesday
for a ' picnic t the home of "Mrs.
May Isherwood on the ".Wallace
road. Cars will meet the members
at the Marlon county -end of. the
bridge. 'Picnic supper will be
served at 6.3( o'clock.?
I ;, Dr;' and M rs. J. E ' Long. ; re-
turnedf Sunday evening from at
tending the Oregon - Chiropractic
Association convention held at the
j kl 1 im1 ' " ''. " " 1
wis : i i V I .v'
TTi crro la. rtcti orer 115 kaS UVr.!:tf 'cdtg3 la rzzz trr besbezx
trsactics3,. i7e nay hare Just tha f era yc ti Izzllzz; tsi. at t!
pxrizs C3 ccapared to nrads to order terra. j r -
Csiit cl lia.fsmai Cctractcl'fa; JKctlce, TTO ferns, Asdia- 1
rr.mt cf ZZzxtziz t ;Z:?rtasa ferns, QuitCbha Dee3, Abstracts form, V i
. cf Sale, Builix Ceatrac Prenis?qry tfotea, Irtaliscnt Notes, r t
Ccseral Lease, J Power of, Aticey,?Prtme Books aniiPadscsle Ok
ceipts, Etc. These forms are carefully prepared for the courts and pritats -:
rrv ,Pr!cft CTi.ffms rarea frcr4 cents; to 16V nts" apiece,, and ccctt s ;
Lccli frcn 22 to SO ccats. ' ? - , , - -
piinmiD Ain T02 sale by1
TI; SfeteoteHv PubMiihg Co
; ; J legal rLAim hcadquarteii3
At Czrlscra C!fi:s, Grc
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Olson of Portland, Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Stearns have
as their horise guest Miss Lillian
Shain of Los Angeles, who ar
rived yesterday: morning for an
extended visit.; Miss Shain is a
niece Qt. Mr. and Mrs. Stearns.
The west-north-, division f tfie
Ladies'! Aid society of the First
Presbyterian church will meet this
afternoon at the home of Mrs. E
C. Small. j
D. J. O'Neil. prominent
attorney of Buffalo, N. Y., accom
ppnied by. his wife, is visiting his
cousins. Judge. Peter H. and Ter
esa D'Arcy efrSalem. Theywill
be here for a few days, after which
they will go to California. Mr
and Mrs. O'Neil are touring the
west and came to Oregon by way
ol the Yellowstone national park.
. Miss Gladys Steele: aid Miss
Nell Coppock will attend the an
nual meeting of the Oregon State
Graduate . Nurses' Association
which will be held July 20th and
z 1st at the Central Library in
Portland, representing district Tvo
3 - of the association. , The main
speakers'' at the meeting will be:
Mlsa Mary C. Wheeler; one of the'
foremost nurse educators in-" this
country and abroad. Miss Cecelia
Evans, who. is an outstanding
nurse in the Organizations of, Pub
lic. Health Nursing; and Sister Ga-
brieL. equally prominent in the
schools of nursing, conducted by
the Slaters of the Catholic church.
' Among . Thursday 'a visitors to
Steele, of Salem, accompanied by
R. . A. , and , Patrieia ordos :
Dunn, North Carolina, who ..wish
e4td see th ff$t where Oregon
;wa born. E. J; 'Stanard and
family of Woodburn, were also'vlsr"
Itors.. ' J. F.' Calbreath, wife, and
the Misses Calbreath, of Portland;
formerly of Salem, came In to
visit the spot'twhere Mrs. CaW
breath's father, Sidney Smith and
others met on May 2, 1843. Mrs.
L Calbreath owns' the " place where
Ewjng Young la burlecL
" . - , .
British Business Man
? Orders Ban on Stockmgs
CARDIFF -The manager of a
large business house has created
consternation, among . his, women
employes and those of other, con
cerns, by issuing; .instructions that
his staff must not wear. cban-
pagne-colored or flesh-colored
sfockings during, business jhurs.
This has developed into quite - a
controversy, apd the , $ret .'ques
tion, of the day is "Are - light
stockings and abbreviated . 'skirts
permissible fer business gtrlsJ"-.
One girl has revohed ' and .re
signed rather than. wear the or
thodox black stockings. She says:
My stockings do not interfere
with my efficiency and there is
no reason why. because I am a
business girl.. that I should not be
smart. Besides, in the .hot . wea
ther light stockings make one feel
cooler. . Anyhow, they look
cooler." . -
Money to Loan
On Rral Ektata
'. T; K. FORD
(Ora'r Lada Buaa Bank)
JMCJfOJUK VOC LEAVE YOUR. lkXt
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Partt fps all rara.. Wa U for
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following, sisters and brothers t
Mrs. E. Lk Dame. Portland. Maine;
Mrs. R. H.' Stevenson. Danville,
Quebec: Miss Sarah Gunn. New
York City; Sirs. G. E. Roche, Tar
mouth. Maine; Mr. .VV J..Cunja.
BoEton, Mass. -
. The hoine of th- Stockwells is
at 135 Washington street. Salenv
and t,he office, 01 Dr Stockwelt Is
in itbe Masonic' building. They
came to Salenwa year ago ink April
They ' fell in lave 1 with - Salem,
aad Salem took them to wltlk
Thr were singularly
GAS STATION PROTESTED happ lu tbelr relationshipa here,
aad j of course this t a terrioie
bW to the bereaved husband and
tha loved son
The body, is at the Webb funeral
parlors aad H w,Ul be taken back
to Danville, Quebec, tor ouriai
Dr. Stockwell - waa bo. over
whelmed with grief last evening
that no definite arrangements
were made as- to- the- time of de
parture with the body tot the sad
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LKCiAIi ACTIOX STARTKD TO
rilOlilBIT MVAkalCE PL.1XT
Declaring that the presence of
a filling station, no matter how
beautiful the grounds may be, will
lower the character of the neigh
borhood, residents of the district
have started legal proceedings to
prevent the building of a service
station on the Thielsen property journey, but It will, likely be corn
on the northeast corner of Capitol I menced this evening of tomorrow
minutes with a short arm scissors
hold. : Ted . Thve . refereed tbe
bsatch. - :
Another wrestling match la to
be held In about two weeks.
Seten Pei Cent" Stevena of Al
bany challenged "Kid" Banks of
Silverton and the challenge was
accepted but no date waa set.
E. M. PAGE NAMED
PRESIDENT OF ELKS
, (Continued Yrom para L)
eloquently In the performance of
social , and community' welfare
work," declared John G, Price, of
Columbus, ' Ohio, grands' exalted
ruler of the Benevolent and Pro
tective Order; of Elks, whose ad
dress tonight' at the public audi
torium was the outstanding fea
ture of the program which offl-
and. Court. streets, A permit was
recently granted by the city conn
cil to erect the building on the
property. . .
The petitioner, headed by A.
X. Bush, state that the gas station
will be In, the nature of an eye
sore to the district, which is one
of the most select residential sec
tions in' Salem. .The matter will
be heard in "the circuit court,
date haa been set for the case.
Jair Commitals Grow . ';
V- as urinK. uomes oac
PHYSICIAN'S WIFE DIES
PTOMA1XK POISOXIXO FATAL
. TO MRS. STOCKWELL ,
Mrs. H. K. Stockwell passed to
her eternal rest at the Salem hos
pital at i o'clock yesterday after
noon, aged 47 years. Thl news
will be received with a. shock by
many friends in Salemi for only a
few short days ago she was in the
full vigor of health and buoyant
If le. " The cause '. was ptomaine
poisoning, which worked its fatal
course quickly. ' f
Besides' her husband, Dril. K.
Stockwell, she leaves their' son,
Donald, aged -10 years, , And - the
GirlClaimiag Kinship to Polct Negri-' .
; : t ells JJ facials Tale of Trouble
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S7 B. CtuiTea. - - - . 23i24lt
FCRXISHED-ROOU BIHT VPTOWV.
Hot aad Cold wat?r, atraai keat. 31
X. Liberty. Over Darby 'a Dnc
Btoaa. . . , . 25ili
PRINTED- CARDS. UE 14" BT 714"
wordinr. . uaomi to. Brat. price lO
caata caaa Btataiaia Baaiaeaa aifica, '
groaad. fJar ...
FUKXISHED ROOM WITH BATH FOR
natleaiaA. SVrvtl j avdeam aoata.
a'onrJlockt troai Capitol. Phona 1884 J.
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ROOM FOR RENT IX MODERN, HOME.
tareo block Iran- ata4a- iwifc AU
aearraicneea. Ciea.tleaua . prelcrrrd.
Pleaaa five rafereacea aad addre A.
B, ca. Btataaaiia. . .. Xo3U
FOR REXT BOOM SUITABLE FOB
atudeBia. with alepau poaea. prirUaf.
KrerxthiaK aiadera. Refcraraa are re
quired. Addraaa room, cara Statanaaa.
POR REXT IXousef ' .27
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LONDON Drunkenness nas
beeri noUbly on the .increase in
England since the wartime, re
trtrtlnns were eased up. accord-
No ina-'to Sir William Johnson-Hicks,
the home secretary, wno rwenm
Eave the Church of England Tern-
lperance society comparative ixs-
ures or. tne last tea jcoa.
ghastly condition of affairs," the
secretary called it. In relating how
drink waa controlled during the
war and the results since when the
hours and facilities for drinking
have been increased-
During thewaf cases of drunk-
flnness fell, the speaker aald. from
204,045 to 80.463, a decrease of
60 per cent. From, to iasi
year, there bad. been a general rise
In drunkenness, with the increase
of hours for saloons after the war
time restrictions were withdrawn.
In, 1821-241 said the secretary, JO
per cent of . the men. and. 5Q per
cent of." the women who went to
prison were committed for dru.uk
The. Archbishop, of Caote.rbucrJ
also, addressed the. society, assert
ing that.lf.waa Quite apparent. that
a new spirit -bad come over t
United States since the. Introduc
tion of DiobJMtlop. 'lie waa (not
personally in favor ottotaj r)r
bltlon in Great Bjltaiarhowerrr.
as be did not believe that Such a
FOB RENT FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED
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BeveD-raom heaaa. $40.00.
'. BeTen-room aaodera. kaaa, SyO.OO. Will .
GERTRUDE J. V. PACE
43 X. CatUsai. . ?7JTtt.
HOUSE FOR HE XT CLOSE
. eaira Hotel Arga. -
FOB BENT DWELLIXO AT 103 8ar
iaav; S20 par noaiA. Call a Stt-
. - ata bosiaaaa atira, or Back He--dricka.
. 27ast .
T-rooai rood plaaterad aoaaa la aorUi
Balern: a Moaka tqoa aireat aar. Fratf
treaa aad - tardaa.- S30.0U ner aaata
Utrteh aad Bottrrts, 12 $a. t'om'W
Plmao IKS. 7JI4f
WANTED A GOOD VIOL1X.
WOODRT THE AUCTIOXEER BUT8
; naed faraitara for caah. Paama 511.
HIGHEST PRICES PAIU . lB; lTI ; .
ktarea, tool, faraiture. Stiff a L'd
' Ooada Dept, opaia aoara aaaae. -
CASH 'VAm FOB- FAL8B TEET
daatal- gatd. aaitiaura. aad dwraraWd
: lrt.- Hoko Kmctuitl aad Badnery
Co Otaefa, Mlrbiiaa. 53J27
WANTED. . JRIVATR MOXET FOB
fira laaaa. W ktve-aevaral arptWa
jtioaa aad. Havkia at' Babaraa
' Iae SO Orego BWLt. - aSdlatf
VT AXTED PARTT WITH SMAI.t
traak. raaabaaa-V taka aaaalk Uad
- and S paaacarera to Taft. Oragon. aeit
I Haturaar. Phaaw SIS- ar eatt 1
MiMi RM. . - s:.)i
FOR 8 ALE"
method' of - overcoming- the drink i etruu
question would appeal to the ma-1
jority of the. EnglUb people.,
PORTLAND. July. IX. -Portland
da try exchange;: ; Butter, ex
tras 48c atandarda 45c; prime
firsts 44; firsts 42 He Eggs,
extras 37e; firsts 36c; pulleta 34c;
current recelpta S2H.
LAXGE BAXQES COMPLETE USE
.People Faraitara Store. 271 X. Cwa-.
" PORTLAND, July i5. Hayf
Buying Brtcea; valley timothy' Z0
2lt do eastern Oregon 21f
2 4.50 ;r ailal fu'$l9.j tlowsr.' 117;
oat. bay nominal: -cheat' 116;' oat
and vetcb I9 0 2v: atraw 1&.50
per torn. 'Selling prices 2 a ton
FOB SALl-OLn NLW8PAPERS. TEX.
reata a knadtc. Circalattaa departaeat
-0rya SiaUaaMB. 37tf
FOR SALE RECLAIMED AUTO PARTS
raa ail car. Save iOSi ta '- Tot,
bj-. tratiers. Mike'a Aato. Wroakt
lax Hoaaa. 245 Crater. Pkoaa 398.
i . 37a2Stt
FOR 8ALE USED LUMBER, 14ta iSD,
Oak. rhor.el61.r-W.. 7jlIS"
BECUPT BOOKS SIZE BT
M receipt foraa ia ank. IS aaata f9
kok ar two lor 2i oeata. ataiaa-
ffiee. 213 Sautk CoaiaMrWil M.
; Police at&orltkV. cT Doer, At"
taiss of twelve lyearj who circa her
laaj claims to be a blood cousin of I.
tarcr 'actresstThey tok'htlf trv'cka.
tcxptf Judj:aT tXrnc! a;.chclup
re tryujt to. help this little
me a y rqa".sav.De Glare j
1 Ne :zL fasious "notion nip-
: I PORTLAND. July .12. Grain
fatureerU Wheatbardwhlte, blue
stem, baart, July, August 5X.15:
sift , white. ' Jaiy, Aigust "S.1.43;
wecrn' white. July' $1.42; Aug
uH $1.42,; bar winter, Julyr Aug
ust $1.4.0; northern-spTfngy July.
AUgnst $1.40f western -Ted," Jaly
$ 1.38'; August $ K8I f BBB hard
white, July-) August $1.4.
Oats. No. T.' 36 pound white
feed; July $33; Avgnsl $3M-ld
3$ ponnd gray, JaVy $22 August
ise.i f . . r . v?
: torn, Ne,; 3, .yellow, July, Aug
ust $4S.So.-f - . - " J
Parley, . 2 4fpound; July.
.""ililT"--.' Standard; -'July Z1
SATX7.T TTATtTITrra :
"'Prjtat eaoted art Waalatala a ara
rieaa received, j famar. Se ralaU
price art ftvaa; ...
Ka. t aofl vkita vkeat
Xa. 1 aoit. red wkoet .
Oat aad retck ksy
rOBX, KTTXXQX AXDl EXT
Hr. lfV20 cart.
Here, 200-SjO ewt.
Hate, XS 00 twl.
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