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TI I R O II I - G 0 H STATES MAN, ,SAL"M,rOREGON
WEDNESDAY ;.IOnNlG, AUGUST 12. 1023
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ey-vIlE ATTRACTIVE SUMMER
X garden of Mr. William Eyer
ett Anderson on Court street was
the .scene ot "a delightful affair
yesterday when the MaaDowell
club entertained with ; a aihrer tea
. complimenting v J Miss Dorothy
Pearce; Miss Lucille Ross, 3I las
Marian EmmonS" and Miss ; Ira
Clare Ltfve.- The punch howl aras
arranged on a table under tie
. trees with the blue-green pool and
borders of phlox and zinnias as a
background for the large number
f friends who called. ; ' .:v-T';
. The following were hostesses for
the affair: Mrs. , Hugh Harris,
Mrs. E. II. Hobson, Mrs. Philip
JNewmyer, Mrs. C. A. Kells, Mrs.
JSC. Currlej Mrs. Grant Bonell,
, Mrs. T. W. JCreech, Mrs. R. E.
Riddle, Mrs.. O. C. Bellinger. Mrs.
.Joseph Chambers, Mrs. Carl Webb,
Mrs. D. I. Ritchie, Mrs. J. W
Nash, Mrs. Martin Fereshetian,
Mrs.-C. T.. Sherman. Mrs. I. E,
Law, Mrs. tT. 41. dalloway, Mrs.
C. E. Bates,? Mrs. George H. Allen,
Mrs: Merle Rosecrans, Mrs.-, Earl
Simpson, Miss Gladys Raffety,
Susan ' Tarty, NeHie Schwab, Lu
. elite Emmons, Myrtle Rusher and
Maxtne Buren. -t" '--
Miss Luella Patton Is the guest
of friends In Portland.1
Miss Edna. Garfield who. Is
spending her, vacation In Seattle
, , writes interestingly, In' a letter to
Mrs P. W. Brown, ot the Knights
Templar Conclave which was at
-tended by a; large number of'Sa-
lem people, jv ;'.
" Excerpts Continue' as follows;
"It was sa4d by the Knights here
that this was the most elaborate
reception they erer had at any
convention and their enthusiasm
knw no bounds over, the - city's
'glad hand And the really magnifi
cent decorations everywhere. The
electrical engineer of the conclave
had oiiarge of the Paris exposition
and also of the San Francisco ex-
position and I have ; never . seen
more beautiful results anywhere
In addition! to Seattle being con
, cededly the best lighted city in the
united States, Its capacity was
taubled. and the decorative scheme
bras,lewllderingly beautiful.. For
:': niles the Kaight Templar emblems
blazoned forth, by eight extra
115 N. Liberty i
for the Woman
' 'and Miss '
DU ED. ELE
GANCE A N I) .
P.E R F E CT
-.: TASTE. . .
115 N. Liberty I
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We carry la gtock, orer 115 Uffal blanks suiteJ to most any business
tranwictiuns. - Ve may have just Ihe forra yoq are looking for at a blj
uvin; an compared to made to order forms.
Some of the forms: Contract of SaIc, Road Notice, Win forms. Assign
ment of Mortsrage, Mortase forma, ' Quit Claim Deeda, Abstracts form
IiJ3 of Sale, Building Contract, Promissory Notes, Installment Notes,
General Lease. Power of Attorney, Prune BocUs and Pads, Scale Re
ceipts,. Ctc These forms are carefully prepared for the courts and private
esc Price on forms ranges from 4 cents to 16 rents apiece, and oa nott
books from 25 to 50 cents.
The Statesman Publisliing
LEGAL BLANK HEADQUARTERS
light posts to the. blocks-clustered
deep with varl-colored lights; and
topped by - three- "flaming torch
globes In emblems.4 . The decora
tions of the flag combined with the
black and white or the- T. In
the r'sky-scraper't district waslJm
presslve beyond "VotUs., On top
of the forty-story ' L. ' C. : Smith
building was an immense ctoss:
and crowning the tower on the new
Olympic hotel was a jewelled cross.
the one from the 8an Francisco
exposition -which, since, had .not
been in nse'. ; ypon this. . hu
searchlights flayed, making i
distinctly ;'. visible . for. miles. and
miles out on he Sound r and frpm
the big plant of the electric 'com
pany "other serchlights played I"
rainbow combination, and in red
white and' blue. It needs no wordp
of mine to give you an Wea'of the
Lsplendid illuminations these - gave
beautiful beyond description. So
the Knights . had good reason to
marvel , (as they did) at he re
SUltS." .;-;;-- '
- Miss Garfield plans to remain In
Seattle unill the first of Septcm
ber. ' ; - ; I J V:.-:i:
Mr. ; and Mrs.- Clifford Farmer
and Mr. and Mrsv Walter J. Kirk
spent the week-end at Keakowln.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Burns and
little . daughter. Ann Reed, are
home after a week's'Tnqtor trlp lto
Crater LakeC ; In ; Medford they
were joined by Miss Ann Reed, a
sister of Mrs. Burns, and a group
of. Interesting college, friends of
tne lamny. the adults of the group
all having known each other at the
University of California of which
they are alumni.,. In the party
were Mrs. Letha' Drake, prominent
in social and: educational circles in
Omaha: one of Mrs. Hums most
Intimate school day friends, 'Miss
Mary Stockton' of San Francisco,
and Miss Clara Wiltshire of San
Bernardino. ' '
The friends of Mrs. Edna L.
Daily will be. interested to know
that Ehe Is domiciled for the sum
mer at the Alexandria. v -
The Brooks Commnnlty club
met at the home of Mrs. B. F.
Ramp last Wednesday afternoon.
A very pleasant afternoon was
passed quilting and visiting. Mrs.
JerryjWyant of Salem was a guest
of the el nb also o her sister, Mrs.
B. F. Ramp of Brooks. .1 Club mem
bers' present were Mrs. "John Lesh
er and daughters Ida and Edna,
Mrs. Gibson," Mrs. Olivia Wample
and daughter, Mrs. Walter Fuller
and ehfldren, Mrs." George Ramp,
Mrs. .Arthur. Madsen, Mrs. Mary
McLeod, ' Mrs. Cecil : Ashbaugh,
Mrs. Howard 'Ramp, Mrs. George
Ferrel and Mrs! Emma Sturgfaf
Mrs. ; Ralph Sturgis was , the
gnest of her daughter Jeanne
Deardorff at her beautiful home
on- Cardinal Drive in Portland,
Oregon, recently. V-For. the.plear
nre of her mother.' Miss Deardorff
invited some i friends, and rela
tives;. Among whom were Mr,
and t Mrs. C. . 11. Baynard. and
Baynard and daughter Bernice. of
Orchards, Wash.; Mrs. O. II.. Gil-
sert ! and ' daughter, Mrs. Frank
G ilbert of Portland, Ore. , . i
,;: 4 '"
Mrs. Lane " Morley la leaving
this "week for 'Roseburgf where she
will spend a few days as the guest
.of her father'' and mother, Mr. and
Mrsj.W. E.J Marsters. Mr.. Mars
ters is convalescing from a . tv.'o
years' serous illness. ; .
Mr. and Mrs. John J.- Roberts
and two daughters,-' Miss Helen
Roberts and Miss Mildred-Roberts,
accompanied "by Mrs. J... Shelley
Saurman, are on avten day motor
trip) to Vancouver,' B. C. They plan
to return homo late this week
Mr. -and Mrs. Zadoc Riggs and
Mrs. Waller left earlier in the
week for a ten day vacation at
Seaside. . . , .
Thai Are Lesa!
PRINTED AND FOR SALE
' . At Duslncsa Office, Grons Tlzzr
1COCIAI, CALEimATw I
Ice Cream social. Ladies';, AW
society of" the ; Christ' Lutheran
cuurcn. airs. u. u. nocaeii, iau;
N. CommerrtlaF street.'
Mrs.- T. W, Hall. I486 Fer
nnt errjr it
street, hostess. Pot-luck dinner.
Young Married Peoples... club
of the First Presbyterian church.
Sewing Rociety of Woman's Re
lief corps. ! Mrs. I. L.lMcAdams.
245 D' street, hostess, j i
) -Annual Scotch . picnie. Fair
grounds. . . - . ;
Mrs. G. A. Nve and daughter.
il Irs Doris Njw, are guests In Cen-
Iralia of Mrs. Jye's daughter, Mrs.
F. W. Schwab. They will take a
trip to Mount : Rainier before re
turning to Salem. '; ('
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Miss Beatrice Walton and Miss
Vivian Hargrove are In; Vancouver,
B. C. for ten days. i j
..'-,; . "-,'--" - ' I ' ' ;
Mr. and Mrs: Clifton Irwin' are
enjoying' an outing at Neah-kan-
nie. They are domiciled at Cain's
place. '. '" -
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Mrs. George E. Dorcas and Mrs
'.-ouis Larhmund returned Monday
flight from a vacation at Neskowin.
u ''!. ; ,' '!" " -. l" ;
, Rev. and Mrs. Krskine of Jeffer
son were dinner guests on Sunday
of Rev. and Mrs. F. W.'Launer.
The many 'friends of Dr.' Fred
H. Thompson "will be glad to learn
that he plans to arrive in Salem
this month after three months of
clinical v research abroad, j Dr.,
Thompson sailed for the states last
Saturday, taking passage on . the
Aquitania, one of ' jthe largest
American liners. Dr; Thompson
will probably reach Salem the 25th
of August. ;
.-.'''- .". ; ;,' i ' ' ;
j ' Miss . Mayme Homyer, bride-
elect, was recently honored at a
shower riven for her by Miss Bes-
.. . . I
sie smitn and tne Misses uenier
at the home of Mrs. Smith. The
evening was pleasantly spent In
viewing the many beautiful gifts
recelved by the honor guest. Those
present were: Miss Homyer. Mrs.
WmL Erion. Mrs. Carl Armstrong,
Jl i . ,K,D ..!'
Mrs. H. Albers, Mrs U. Homyer.
Mrsj Fred Thompson. Mrs. Clifford
Townsend, Mrs." A. i F. Homyer,
Mrs. W. J. Lee, Mrs. W'm. Krueger.
Mrs. Leon Barrlck,!; Mrs. Albert
Vick, Mrs. A Oehler.J Mrs. H. Tas
to, Mrs. Arnold Krueger, Mrs. Les
ter Franklin, Miss Maude Herron,
Miss Ruth Edwards. Miss TUIie Al
bert, Misses Selma, Irma. Ger
trude., Clara and Frieda Oehler,
it!.... 1 M Xft.o- Tl. ,-.! I
-"mn V iia .iUu,,c,,...uc, 'Ir,!. f-. Toll. Innu- MaHfnrH
"HU ''"re.T rr4",lu, u "
j . tt. kit. j ri
essie bmun. , j ;
Elton 1U .Thompson will be an
event of early next month. , ; t
wiss earuara - Kiesen ui inns-
loro ta the liouse guest this week
or baiem menus.
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: The uewlng. society of :tha Wo-
man s iienei corps wm me i me
home of-Mrs; L L; McAdams. "2 4 5
D street Thursday afternoon, Aug
ust 13. All members are asked
to bring their own work. Mem
bers of the GAR and, friends of I
the members are invited.
Mrs. Frederick Hill Thompson
hMfin Tta-M .hrt Prv r
home from a ten day vacation at
Mr and Mrs. C P. Bishop re-
turned home Monday evening
frn vewnort and Nve Creek .
,,v!n mAinn.H nn Frldav.
On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bishop
Ainn .M't. f xtr
vt it, n Ptn t ! APt
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Daily
(Dorothy Esch) arrived yesterday
from Oakland for a visit with Mrs
Daily's - parents, 4 Mr. and Mrs.
William Esch; and Mr. Daniy'a
mother, Mrs. Edna L. Daily.
Of much interest to all mem
bers of the Oregon f Federation ot
Business and Professional Wom
en's clubs -Is the i contest for a
name for the state bulletin, under
the auspices of the state bulletin
Browning Secures vAnulment Papers
v ... r in Wide-heralded. Mary Spas Case
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- I J. .r ' . ,- ......
: i r '-.-. v -. .
Millionaire ; declares he: will
never "adopt another child." This
close-up shows Mr. Browning and
his new I foster-daughter for a
week. Mary's sunny smile and
sweet disposition, Mr. Browning
rnmmittps tt vhlih Miia ' TnTni
, , " ,
ZSleman. .first vice president. Is
f?81".1 choice- of . a na-
J'00 federation pin or Its equlva-
lent In monfy- " Perred. goes
89 ?rife to the . winner of the
Ti e f, k? the1ml3st
desirable and suitable name being
. . . . .
bulletin committee, which is com
posed of jthe chairman and the
following members, one fromleach
of -the 12 federated clubs: As
toria; Mrs. Margaret Hubler; Coos
Bay, Mrs.! Alice Maloney; Corval
Hs. Miss J Merle Hollister; The
Dalles,. Miss Dora Sexton; Eu
gene, Miss Mozelle Hair; , Hood
V Iv.t- XT m Cm.Ia T .' T.' 1 n t
'" 4 "
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Miss Jane E. Olson: Portland B
and'p: W. club. Mrs; Parl Bald-
win; Portland Women's' Advertis-
,ng club , Mrg , Celegti mfrU.
R09hnrg, ;MIs Grace fc VTayton
Salem. Miss Rosalia Keber. !
- -v. -K-.p-f nrhlrh ttnrtArl nn
Ansust x 'atfd ciose8 sepmber 30
N8 open to all members ef the state
federation, each being permuted
t0 8ubmlt two nam(. whlch
should he sent dlrert to Miss
Zelglemah at 315 Piatt-building,
Portland.! ! !
" Sunset prchard, the lovely coun
try. home, of Mrs. N. E. Gunnell
was an attractive place last Sun-
M?yneMrs- Gunnell and Miss
Kathryn (Gunnell entertained in-
Mormauyiior a. group ol; inenus
.1 irom saiem ana I'oriiana.i iJinner
was served on tne lawn at a
i. vu y.-v .u..icu
sweet. peas ana Goiden-roa )o
crystal basket centered the table
and a profusion of summer flow.
a. arranged about the yard
Porches. .Later little five
7 Merlyn J. Gunnell , on
his Shetland pony (delighted the
guests with stunts and a demon-
8tration of hls horsemanship.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph HI Kletxing
and children, Harold and Dorothea
returned home yesterday from a
week-end in Grants Pass . and at
the Oregon Caves..
The committee in charge of the
picnic for the Young Married
Peoples' club, of the First Pres
byterian church, has announced
that In case it rains this (Wednes
day) afternoon the picnic which
Is" planned, Instead off Hager'
Grove, will be held in the. church
parlors. However, the. committee
is. going ahead with plans to serve
the lunch at the picnic grounds
promptly at 6:15. Club members
are reminded to bring a covered
i dish and own table service.
FIRE CAr SES DEATH 'V
. HERIOT RAY. R. Aug,
(Canadla.n Press) .-i-A man named
Thomas lost his life and his home
at Gowland harbor," on Vancouver
island, near here yesterday, by a
lorest lire. He fell over a cliff!
while trying t6 remove goods froul
the bouse. p -
SWINDLE IS CHARGER --
SEATTLE. Ang. 10. Report of
the - swindling of James Ash ton.
a director in Manchester. Eng
land, of the Calico Printing asso
ciation was on file here. today in
,tho Investigation of the ', Canadian
Pacific railway. He losf $15,000
by entering a scheme to beat book
rJarkers in horse races In Van
couver." ' . . .
, When one end of a is-w' toolh
brush becomes worn It c ',i b r
versed on Its handle asi .W..-
V -V-. -r . J
said when he adopted her, helped
greatly to win her "this place in
his arms." Now he designates her
ias an imposter in that she Is said
o have misrepresented her ago to
him. i .
Canino" Actor, Known Over
Europe,. Is Leader of
V: Whirl-i-gig Group
Toque" is comlg to this city
Saturday, August 29, -with Ring
ling Brothers -and Rarnum
Bailey circus. "Toque" is Just a
d6g, but by ho means a common
dog." He has no pedigree, but he
has a reputation that extends all
over Europe and 'he-has made a
fortune'"-" for' .Alfred "LoyaL ? vho
owns him. I .
"Toque Is a- wonderful eques
trian. He turns single and double
somersaults on. a' horse's back,
stands on his head in the Raddle,
and. .while sitting upright on the
horse's back catcher on his r.osn
rings and clown" caps - toasted to
hJm by LoyaL While the trainer
stands in. the saddle he perches
himself,. head down, on the man's
"Toque-'is also a wonderful
acrobat. He runs dowa.an incline
and. after turning somersaults in
midair, goes hurtling through a
paper hoop. "Toque" Is the star
of a troupe of twenty dogs includ
ing "Chlquita," the funniest of all
canine actors. A), the conclusion
of their tricks a dozen of the
swiftest race around the. top of
the ring bank curb, jut as - hri -
ots encircle the hippodrome track
And as they run along the narrow
curb, "Toque," traveling at light
ning speed from the opposite di
rection, leaps over the entire
squad. They are called the'
I D G IS
H S 0 1ST
Spanish Warrior Baroness Avers j
j U; S. Has World's Only Free Women
The only women In the worU wha are reallj. free live-ia the
.United Sutes, believes the Barone de AJcahall, famou Spanish
woman warrior who U now touring the country, studying her
lYankte aiaters. The Bajronesa waa a cbmmualo'aej officer ia tLi
Spniih. array la Morocco, and actually participUd in CgUlnr
fact tlat la atteatcd fey taedalt. awarded ter by Eicz Alim$o foi
JLodge Roster S
rRATKRNAL OKUKR OP FAGI.Z3.
lit and SrJ W. O. W. UaU. 8. ML.
Vr ili..t. S'y. TeK ISM R.
TYIMXIRAPMICAL NO. ?10 HECOMD
fistvrtiar, P. m. M. D. Pilkifto.
pnw4Bt; Roy &. BleJfMt. MTlary.
CARIT.NTKR'S fXIOM NO. 10C
Mr: Thiir. evening. At-tbar Tuek-
r r. rrenMrnt: Wm. IVttn, -r-tr.
KkIV4 HMrHsBt fnrU.4. T"- 19.
"wblrM-gig" dogs and furnlsn one
of the scores of features specially
arranged for the young patrons.
In special entertainment for the
children this season's cirens la re
markably strong. Two troupes of
baby elephant performers appeal
particularly to the young folks
They are the . best kind of tun-
makers and qdite as clever as the
three . herds - of full-grown ele
phant with, which they perform in
one big number. One of these
youngsters walks on a rolling ball,
guiding .it all around the ring.
Another sits in the seat of a wagon
and" drives like, a man, a compan
ion. in full harness playing the
part of horse. They play on Swiss
bells, they play at "Drop the
Handkerchief" just like a party of
children, they skip the rope, stand
on their heads, play leap frog, and
. In addition to these dump artort
there' are whole troupes and
gToups 'of funny old bears, seals
and sea-lions, fox terriers, collie
dogs, ' geese, pigs and ' Shetland
DEATH FACED CALMLY
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SIMMONS TtlKH FOR MURRER;
LINCOLN. Neb., Aug. 11. (By
Associated press.) Protesting his
innocence to the end. Walter R.
Simmons, former Montana cowboy,
deputy sheriff and baseball player
was electrocuted at the Nebraska
tate penitentiary early today for
the murder of Frank Pahl, a gar
age man of 'Spencer, Neb. j j
Just before Simmons walked to
the chair ha gave out the follow
ing statement to the press: j
.""There are but, a few moments
left. .There Is a life hereafter.
and if I were leaving this world
with a He upon my tongue: I
wouldn't have. the chance "that ; I
would have if I told the truth
Realizing it to be true above all
things,.! can only say that t am
innocent. I am speaking-without
prejudice against anyone. All Is
forgiven by me, and I ask forglve
nes. I ask forgiveness of you If
rucTi Is possible. j
After the electrocution Former
Judtce' E. P. Holmes, his j chief
counsel., said he would continue
his hunt for-the "slayer of Frank
Pahl." He said that, "an innocent
man .was electrocuted this morn
IMMIGRATION IS DEBATED
LATIN-AMERICAN TO ELEVATES
TO MEET AT CONVENTION
.WASHINGTON. Aug. 11. (lly
The Associated Press). Attempts
will be - made at. meetings of
American, Mexican and other la
bor nnon officials here August 27
to solve the Mexican Immigration
problem, and to plan an intensive
campaign for expansion of labor
organizations throughout Latin
America " t
The American , conference has
been summoned by William Green,
president of the American Federa
tion of Labor. Among those tn-
vited to attend are Luis N. Mor
; ones, secretary' of commerce and
labor under President Calles who
is regarded as one of the most
authoritative spokesmen for Mexi
can labor, and. Edwardo Moneda,
general secretary of the Mexican
5 eal sr r
.1 cU p r
BB4ar fl Mill pmr mr
la rlr to rm taa ara taaa a
tlma rata, Uttrtiwant Baal raa is
Ai. Uk.a far V- taaa tS (HU.
. A4u raa daaoay OKLX caaraW at
AJrtIaata (asrvpt Panaaala
aad 8Uaatiaaa Waataa) will a ukaa
Tar Ua tcUpkaaa it tt a4?artiar U
a mkKriW to paaaa.
Taa Bttlia will taeiltt adrar
tiaaaiaaU at aay taa af aa Aay ar
aithu Ta laaura prapar alaaaiflea'
tiaaa aaa. aaaala aa la aafara t p. am.
TELEPHONg IS ar III
Money to Loan
Oa B Ettata .
T. K. rORJ
(0ar La4 Baaa Baai)
BEFORE TOU LEAVR TOUR HOVE
j. OK CAR If AVE IT
pVaaa 161. Baeka Saadrteka, V. 8.
; Raak b!4f. . 4 IS U
WK WRECK EJt
Parta far all cara. Wa aall far laaa.
Gat our prira aa trailan. ! Aata
Wraekinc Ca 402 8. Ckaxcte Stract.
Paaaa ai. . laJtf
BCIIEEI.ER AUTO WRECKINO CO, will
hf jaar aia car. Hlmi eaaa pnra
1ai4. - 105 V. rimwr-iil S. l)ntf
GENERAL. REPAIRINO. TIRES AND
tabaa, mnmriM, aaa aad oil. 1IKI
LF.R ft I.KBENOOOD OARACK. Pnoaa
Sft4, Miliar aad S. Coaamreial 8ta.
Wa Dcialiia ia recaadiliaaiac aaators.
SES CS FOR TOP AND PAINT WORK.
O. J. Hall Aata Tea ft Palat Baaa.
Rrtf fir dtartaBt. 5-atetf
HOP PICKERS WANTED
Tor Iwe o( aar yarda. tha Ultaaia
Kaark aar ladrpDdaara. 117 acraa.
aad taa Cartia KaJcU. aar Talbat ata
tiaa. 80 arraa, Uaaal aeceianila-
tiaaa faraUhed. Tarda la rrllot
kapa. Pick in r will krca a boat Sap-
timber lit. lUrialar aow at Georja
Watara cirar . atara, ar Darbia ft
CernoTar. Bax 62. avar Paaacv'a tiara
HOP PICKERS" "WANTED FOR THE
Williama kop yard, 103 aeraa. 4 anilca
waat af BalriA. Uiaal aceonaioda-
tioBi tnrnUaed. Yard ia aieallaat aaa-
ditiaa. Pickiac will atari akont RpU
lit. Rrr ! Uaitrd Cirar Stara.
ar Lana Marlay'a, earaer 17tk aad C.
: Tl IfSFH. a31"
HELP WANTED Male 11
"WANTED OOMPANIOX FOR TRIP TO
! Florida ia September ar October. Bat
i J2C4. 11I1J-
WAXTED EXPERIENCED TIRE MAN
and TB'raBiier la work at rebmibliaf
i tirea. 2 1& Canter St. Pkoaa 39a.
HELP WANTED Female 13
WANTED WOMAN TO CARE FOR
eMerlr lady ia amaU apartment. TeL
THE WATKIN8 PRODUCTS CO.
aeeda hastier for part Marian Co.,
write 1130 cara Statetmaa. ISalS
WANTED LOCAL MAX WnO HAS
aalea ability, owaa aa aataaaobila, aad
eaa derate kia whale tiaia to .loeal
diuribatioa af a motor aeeeaitT. Mar
join , partnership with loeal baalaea
man. aad the ercaaisatioa abonld make
S5oOO ta tlO.OOO per aannni. Ak
far Mr. Ilammoad, Hooat 123.. Mew
Hotel Salem. - . lSal2
8AI.E8MAS TOCXO MAX. LET ME
help yea p!aa for the f atara. It ta;
noner and faat adraaeeaieBt tttared
I.ook Dp U H Elmcrea at ' II. L.
Rtiffa Farnitara Stare. 3:30 p. at. ta
p. m. ar 444 South Higa street,
p.' aa. ta S p. at. 15al4
POSITION WANTED.' F.XPERIEXCED
roeerynian. whuleaale 'or retail, rood
rard writer ar window dreveer. Will
ra aar plane.. . Addreta Box
lioivf. Idaho, - lal4
PORTLAND. Aug. 11 :Portland
dairy exchange: Rutter, extras
B0e; standards 49 e; prime firsts
48c; firsts 45c. r'
PORTLAND, Aug. 11. Hay
Buying prices, valley timothy $18
019; do eastern Oregon $21 Q
24.50; alfalfa $19; clover $16.50;
oat hay $15.50; cheat $15; oat
and vetch $16.50; straw $7.60 3
8 per ton. Selling prices 1 a ton
more " : :
. PORTLAND, Ang. ll.Craln
futures: Vheat, hard white, blue
stem. Baart. August $1.55; Sep
tember $1.54; soft white, August
$1.55; September $1.54: western
white, August $1.55; September
$1.54;-hard winter, August $1.55;
September. $1.54; northers spriag.
August $1.53; September $1.52;
western red. .August $1.48; Sep
tember $.1.47; . BBB hard white.
August $1.55; September $1.54.
Oats: No. 2. S6-pound white
feed. '.August $30.50;' September
$30; do 38-pound gray, August,
September $30, " " "
Barley: No. 2. 4 4-pound, Aug
ust. September $31; do 46-pound.
August, September $32.-
Corn: No.' 2, eastern ' yellow
shipment. August, September
MUlrun: Standard, A o g u t
$31; September $30.
KO CnjIM FAST
(ny Associated Press.) Danny
Kramer of rhiladelpnia- knocked
out George Chaney -of Baltimore
tonigijtsm 48 -seconds; Kramer
Wflffhed 128 i pounds' and
CLiney 123 1JY" '
WANTED nmploymrmt 10
CITT AND OflCXTT WtM)I SAWJSO.
fUH UARUKX PbOWlKQ, BiSEMTT
t'ttt aa4 ia wara, aaaaa 19 rs.
PRINTED CARDS. 81EE 14" ET 1"
waraiag 'Far Kaat." pru I mu
aara. f'.iutaM vaaiaaaa Offlea. aa
fOB RENT STOREROOM OS
atra. .aq.ira litl Area.
FOK KEXT THREK
FOR RKVT .partmeaU 23
APART at EXT R.
FOR REST APAKTMEXTS tl H. Cm-BM-reiaU
ONE AND TWOROOM FCRXI8IIF.D
r.rmiil TOO X. Hifk. XS, 13
FOR RELNT Rooms 25
HOUSEKEEPING OX SLSEPUtO roaaia.
67 8. Ckarea. ij24tl
PRtJtTED CARDS. 8IZB 14" BT IS
warciaf. " to Raat." artea !
caata aark. Stataamaa Baalaaaa afUca,
ROOV FOR RENT IX HODERJT BOMB,
tbraa klaeka treai alala kaaaa. All
coavaaWaeaa. Oaatiaaiaa arlarr4
Plaaaa Jia rafaraaaaa aa a44raa K
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FOR RENT ROOM SUITABLE POI
atadeaia, witk alaopaif parck ariviltrca,
Everytkiaf aaadara. RafaraaeM ara ra
airad. Addxaaa raeaa. eara Itataamaa,
FOR RENT HotiMm 27
FOR RENT FIVK-ROOM BCXOAIXIW
J.S.-alaa farniW bauae, a5. F. U
HOUSE FOR RENT CLOSE IX. IN-
aaira Hatal Area. 2TJ58lt
FOR RENT MODERN S-ROOU HOCSR
aad rarar, 1374 8 late bC laairo
1H3 St!e. '?7al?
Wanted lUaTeRaaeoTax 33
WANTED MILK - CUSTOM KRs, 10a
per quart. . Wkita Fir lairy. Pkoaa
WOODRT THR AUCTIONEER BUYS'
maad faraitara far eaak. Pkaaa tit.
HIOHEST PRICES PAID FOR U8K1I
ataraa, teola, fara'itara. Stiff'a UaaA
Gaada lpt appooita eoart kaaaa.
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CASH PAID FOR FAL8C TEETH-
deaul gald. platiaam aad diarardai
Jawalry. Hoke 8malbaf aad JUdBery
Ca, Otaeca. Mickifaa. iill
WANTED PRIVATE MOXET FOB
'rm laaaa. Wa baa acTeral asplica
triaaa aa kaad. Hawkiaa ft Rukerta
Tae.. tm Oreroa BMf. 5dI4(f
DPflXO ROOM 81'ITE, LIBRART
Uble, Ink. dishes, etc. - 950 L'atoa.
. . JTalt
CRAWFORD CAXXIXO PEACHES ARE
bo ready. L. Tewasead arrhard.
CAVXIXO PEACHES AT M. P. ADAM?
Raaca. Wallace Road. Phaae llf.Hl
GOOD V10US FOR BALE. TEL. 9044 W.
. . . Tjt;ti
BABT CARRIAGE. FOLDING COT.
library tibU aad firat rlaaa kiu-aea
ranr. Call 1157 X. Cottage. 3al4
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS, TE
eeau a aaadla. Cirealaiiaa dapartmaal
Orecoa Suteaaiaa. S7U
FOR KALE LARGE R17.E CASTIROM
waod and rttal beater, flu. I3'
Court. 3 7a 1 4
Trespass Notices !.
Tracpata Xatiraa, ma 1 4r9 I arte,
aria ted aa faad 10 aaaea eaaaaa boar
iBf tha words, "Netiea It Hereby Oiv
aa That Treapeaaiar ia Etrietly FarbM
da Oa Theaa Preaiieea L'ader PaaaHy
af Praaaeatiaa." Prire 15c each ar I
for ie- fitaiataaa Paa. Ca, SaUaa,
Ore raa. 7eti
SELL CS TOCR USED FURXITURER
H. L. EtUf Faraitara Co. Csod Goods
Dapu .Opposite seart aaaaa. 37a2JU
RFCZIPT BOOKS 8IZK " BT tHV
50 raeaipt farms ia Wtor. IS caats paa
boak ar twa fer 25 eeata. Sutea
aiaa aUiea, US Soath Coaaiert-ial as.
FOR SALE Llveatock S
VETERINARIAN DR. PATTERSOX,
Phaaa 202S-W. Rt. 3. Bex 3. 3SjJU
FRTD W. LANGE. VETERINARIAN
Office 420 ft. CaaiaiareUl. Phaae lift.
Rea. pKowe '1tt. Im1 1 1
WOOD FOR 8ALB 4S
BEST GRADE OF WOOD
4 ft, aad IS lack.
' Dry mill weed.
Grata mill weed.
Dry seeead rrewth fir.
Dry aad aU ftr.
Dry 4 ft. aah. aiapla aad aak.
- FRED E. WELL&.
Prompt delieery aad reaaeaablo pr
280 boats Charch. fhese 1543. 43
IS INCH OLD FIR SECOND OROWTI
aak sad aaa. Pheae 19)3. M. D. Mar
GOOD COAL DRT WOOD
PROMPT DELIVERIES, -HILLMAN
TEI FPHONE - 4j?tf
POtXTRY AND EGS 45
LEGHORX rt'LLETS FOR BALK.
, Priced to aeU eolrk. Caata Bad sea
them Phene 32f-2I. 4a1S
NURSERY STOCK 40
FOR SALE CHEAP 37 ACRES OF
fiaa laad. eia at ilea fraea Raleoa. flwi
aew baildiac-a, slnat half ealtieated.
balaaea aaMare. Raaaiaf water, eeaaa
tiaiaer. Will rirt rood terwa. Mcht
aacept aoaia trade. J. J. Mathis, oa-
- er. Telepbaaa 10$ FS. Ealea. tr,
Rt T. ' 4l
Ne. 1 white
- 1 4J
Xe. 1 red, sacked
POET. irOTTO AXD XEXT
Tap bora , .... - ... . .! :
Ppnec laaiba, SO iba aad aaderc 94
Dresaeal reel .IS
'Mlkt heas .
Heavy heBS .
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