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CUpatchM rdita4 to it or not ataarwiaa eraditad a tala apr aod alao tfca laeal
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VtT- C1. - ?r York, 128 13 W. Bl St; Ofctea. alartpiatta Bid-;
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FAMILY BRJOTPTWrtR "An1
your God, 56d yjour sons.. and your
and youftoaidserTant.w Deut.
SHOULD HAVE IA GIGANTIC GOAT INDUSTRY1
Oregon is second only to Jexas in total number of Airgora
sroats, and the 'jgnreatier' portion. at, th !mohair is "marketed in
Salem. We haVtf a gtowing milk goat industry' in rthls:8fkfe(
though this hranch is' eomparatively new--- ; ri
But bur state should be first in bdth lines, and Wshould
manufacturem Western Oregon the f 50,000,06a to $75,000,-
000 worth (at retail) pf the
import in the United States
For there is room for vast
Oregon should have a-couple of million of Angora goats,
and more, nd the number of milk goats fought to run -into
the hundreds of thousands' in t .the Salem distrtcty. ' '
..Salem ought to be by long odds thegreatest goat center
in the XJnited States. jThis is the best' goat 'country in ie
world. The first Roquefort cheese "factory iQ'he United
States," making the product from the milk ;,of goats, is (at
Falls City, Jin Salem's trading district, and'. this factory i$ a
success and Is pointing the way to a gigantic industry
,To an industry that should be built up in this section! to
theToint of keeping in our own country the amount that! is
ieing spent annually in the United States for this cheese
that isTOade in southern France. I
Too'tnuch stress cannot be placed upon this prospect.
The industry cannot be overdone, at least in the present
generation. The quality of the Roquefort cheese being made
here at" Falls City is equal to that of the article imporied
from France, and the Falls City cheese is made under con
ditions of absolute cleanliness. It is ah industry upon which
our district may build with absolute confidence. The way
is clear amd plain. -
'WeshouM have condensed milk factories, using the milk
of goats and dried milk, factories.
' Nature has made this a great goat country; better even
than Turkey or South Africa. Our people should avail them
seives fully: of the advantages Mature has given them. j
Angora goats 'have long been known to our people j as
being of great value in clearing land. Late experiments show
that they are of wonderful Kelp in increasing the production
of grain crops. j -r
j- The United States has become the great manufacturing
country for the various articles of commerce made of mohair,
with a rapidly extending list
Till now -we use all the mohair we produce, and about a
third of that produced in the rest of the world besides.
' Oregon can and should produce all the mohair we now
import for our factories, besides the additional amount that
is being required each year by the fast expanding demand for
various "articles made from mohair by our forward looking
I Bits Tor Breakfast I
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Oregon, second goat state
Ought to be, must be the first.
Oregon -' can supply ths ft 8,000,
000 , pounds, annually of mohair
the United -tates Imports. -.' and
tho $70000.000 (retail price) of
' Roquefort, cheese this country.gets
each year, from southern: France.
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Talking of goats, you.see thous
ands of them in the story "Grass."
t on the screen at the Oregon thea
ter this afternoon and evening.
Bat ihey.are different goats, not
Angoras,. nd , not milk goats of
the kiad known among us. -
The emergency board yesterday
put its o. k. on the proposition to
get the money to pay the farmers
for their flax. " The Ladd & Bush
; bank will now bay the certificates,
and they will ,be redeemed from
the sales of the manufacture!
stock the . seed and fiber and
tow. The, credit of the whole
state is thus put behind the cer-
i tiflcates. Vut the money will aU
come out oCthe business of the
state flax olant. and there will be
' $350,000 to $400,000 to the good,
when the crop delivered this year
. is all worked np. There is' enough
of . former crops to pay , back. AH
the money, when it:is all worked
up and, sold. ' . T ' "j
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r In other words, the state flax
: plant will be ahead all this year's
cropland air the buildings and
; machinery.:; With good : luck,
there will be enough . money ;, to
: pay for-rsw. materials next, year,
i and In the years thereafter there
will' always . be a surplus In : the
. revotvlng fund. ' :
. The flax tour of 19 J7 should
show a lot more progress. . Per-
haps a" specialty mill being buUt.
or fn the dffing. It will come as
soon As there is enough Jong Use
fiber yarn, of the . proper ..lea fot
fineness on hand, with the. supply,
I assured- permanejaay ; :.- But '. this
.wjll take more retting and scutch-
!' Ing, mills. There Js only enough
la sight now tor7an eight " hour
W, H. Hs4araaa ClroaJatiaa Ktufti
'"' Ralph H. Kletsiag - Aavartiajnf afaaagar
Frank JatkotU ' - , f aaasar Jak Dap.
, E.A. Kbatm ' - LivaataakXdJtar
W. O. Conaei -. ' ; - Paultry Zdiiar
Kava Dpartaant-St i
Ora (on, a aaeand-ela Wftttar.
vo shall Mlnloa h.af.r.....' Ti-
daughters, and your iieasertbati'
12:12. i ;,:..Wf
Roquefort cheese which Se
shift of the two Salem linen mills.
Dr. G. R. Vehrs of Salem Is a
moving "picture fan. He took
moving pictures of all the: flax
scenes and the tour crowds yes
terday. Perhaps yeu will see. these
on the screens - at the theaters
Only the' bestir pnr patrons wUl
bear this out We serve only the
best In meats and poultry. Hunt
& Schaller Meat Iafket,2S3 'N.
Commercial, -.Tel. 190 0. ,()
j NEWS BRIEFS
(Coatinaad from paga 8.) , .
but the police will have a hand In
punishing them Twp minor boys
found this out last night when
they were taken to the police sta
tion after being found smoking
some "tags" out of a package
they ha din their possessino.- Police
say they wiU keep after the Juve
nile .'tobacco users, and any other
boys touna using cigarettes will
be promptly haled Into the sta
Bonds on Sale Today-
Bonds to pay Jor the new Salem
hospital wing, the new laundry,
and for indebtedness, will be-plac
ed on the market today, according
to word received from Farris
Hardgrove of Portland, backing
Oswald West Visits
Oswald West, former
of Oregon, risited-In .Salem
. R. E. Coates, N...J. Rutledge,
and Dan Foster, aU of Dallas were
arrested at Albantim. c.haga of
Drunkeness : and - disorderly jcon
duct, -They were- released on; ball
and forfeited it by. not appearing
Wednesday morning, -i 1
C U. Taylor Dies r C ' t
C. 1. Pfirmenterj member of"the
Executive board of the. state Fed
eratlon of 'tbor recQlved s jtele
grain. : yesterday, announcing ,tb
death 'of C. U. TaykfJ extH-Utive
secretary , of the, flsrjtcifrtififf
- Taylor had . served es presi
dent of the erganizatioaj' pridr to
t his election as executive 'secretary
Today there are ISO national the government" for general wel
forests In this country totaling ; fare purposes since 'the trees
more than 158,000,000 acres, ac
dbrdiag to a book recently issued
hr thn Anrran True n snnMatlnrt !
n 11 ' 1
at "the session held in Marshfield
last year. He was a true friend
to labor and his passing Is a loss
to the organization. Funeral an
nouncement will be made later.
Opens Service . Station- . - X -
Chas, W. Brant has opened a
tourist service: station, at. 494
South Winter afreet. Mr.' Brant
is day foreman of The Statesman
Publishing company., v il;.
Frank DeSpain of Westcort re
ported to the; Salem police last
night that a suitcase had . been
stolen from him.
Father Dying, Son Ixst
A man named Ross Stratton
Houghton is being sought by his
brother-in-law from Portland. His
father is dying at the Good Sa
maritan hospital there. He has
been working as a carpenter here
for several months. It is .believed.
Anyone knowing of his where
abouts is asked to communicate
with police headquarters.
Forester Picnic Sunday
A statewide picnic and reunion
of the members of the Catholic
Order of Foresters, their families
and friends will be held at the
grove at Woodbura on Sunday,
July 18, beginning at "10 o'clock.
Prominent speakers have been se
cured, band music, together with
sports of all kinds, which prom-'
ises to make the affair long to be ,
remembered. For the accommo-j
dation of those who wish to attend
services at Woodburn on that
date, special arrangements have
been made for church services at
7, 8 and 9. Once a year, this or
ganization plans on holding their
annual reunion and for this rea
son it is anticipated that a large
number of members and their
families And friends will be at
Woodburn next Sunday.
Gabriel Powder & Supply Co.,
lumber, building materials, paints
and varnishes, roofing "paper. Get
prices there and make a big sav
ing. Office', 175 S. Com'l. y ()
G. P. Potwia of Albany visited
in Salem Tuesday.
; Mrs. R.' L,-, Nelson of Hillsboro
was a Salem visitor Tuesday. 1 -
C. C. C.ondi(tc; pf 'Forest .Groye
visited in Salem Tuesday.- "t.-.;;
A. C. Krieger of Hubbard wftk
a Salem vlsltpr Tuesday, it"
W, Bowman visited inT. Salem
Tuesday. He is a resident of The
Dalles. . I
Faye Bentsen of SUverton vis
ited in Salem Tuesday.
H. E. Nelson of Hillsboro was
in Salem Tuesday.
Mrs. KItzmiller of Oregon City
is visiting at Grand Island.
Mrs. S. Gtinderson of Silverton
was in Salem for. a visit yesterday.
H. E. Martin of Eugene visited
in Salem Tuesday. , ; . ...
Mrs. E? E- Ling, formerly of
Albany, is, now, visiting there, t
Mr. and: Mrs. Albert Eggiman
of Silverton Tlsited in Saleajrea
terday. , . . .. . i.-:l. '
Nick Miller of Woodburn visited
in SaiemTuesday; : -4 t '
Mrs. Frank Rada was a Salem
visitor rediresTlay. ; She is ax resif
dentbf MillrCity. " , ; -
Chartes Liydon pf Albany ri
ited .in' Saleib Wednesday. ri m :
Wl H. Baillie of Woodburn Vis
ited in alem Tuesday. x
Mr": And "Mrs. A. R. Thomas and
Miss Lena Thomas of Woodburn
visited in Salem Tuesday. , r k ?
J. Pji Clelland of Portland was
in Salem Wednesday night. ,
JJV. F. Hardison of Portland la
ASaiem riser loday
D. C Cole of Portland spent last
night in Salem. .v; . ,"
L. A. Pendergrass, a resident of
Portland, - Is rn Salem - today ion
business..- - ;"
L.. N. Miller at Eugene "was a
Salem visitor Wednesday nighC '
' ,W.' A .Robinson "and family! of
Oakland, Cal.; spent last, night In
Salem." ;Z - ' .'iCX'HI.
' ohn StrAting of WAld port was
aAieht Irtsitor yesterday. - r
Q T). BWwnjof McMlnnvllle
spentnesday , night in Salenu
' Mr.' and Mrs. C. E. Klngsley of
mean a great material j wealth in
wood, water and. land fori forage,
protect watersheds and are . also
Tornaca, Wash., are alem vis"
itors today. 1
V. M. Hilary of Eugene spent
Wednesday night in Salem.
, Mrs. M. C Lecklider-jBefl Leck
Iider and- C. R. Ltecklider of To
ledo, Or., are Salem visitors.
- Harry ' P Stone . o; Portland
spent last night in Salem. -
A. C.cShute' of Portland was1 a
Salem - viitor yesterday.
. J. W, Day and Warren D.ay. of
Portland are visiting in Salem to
dy i '; - J : ' ;
- The Opera House Drag. Store.
Service, quality, low prices, friend
ship give increasing-' patronage.
Old customers advise friends to
trade here. High and Court. ()
IDENTIFY KNIFE j VICTIM
DISMEMBERED BODY THAT OF
BOSTON, Mass., Julyi 14. (By
Associated Press) The dismem
bered body found in the Mattapan
section yesterday was j identified
tonight as that of Edith Jreen. 20,
a state ward and until recently an
attendant at the Boston psycho
pathic hospital. t Identification
was made, by a young woman who
said she was the dead girl's sister.
The Scotch Woolen Mills Is a
first class store to order your new
tf , "r'GOXlprHAKTA SETIPEXNIS'
uuiu oua a h yvwi vph J
era wear '-em. 426 State St. () i
ELLEN SBURG SAWMILL
BURNS; TOWN FIGHTS FIRE )
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' ELLENSBURG; Wasij July 14.
(By Associated Press )-
tonight destroyed a sawmill of the
Ellensburg Milling company here
and flying embers Ignited a half
dozen other buildings, including
the. town's fire station arid a sub
station of the municipal electrie
power system. The buildings are
on the west edge of the business
district. j i
The mill fire was discovered
while firemen sought to extin
guish fires in two residences south
of the eity limits. The; residence
in which the blaze started was
owned by D. F. Reed, owner of
the saw tniir. " j
. Virtually every Inhabitant of
the tow1- f&ught the fmes. The
buildings which had caught fire a
half houl after the inill blaze
started were in a radius i of two
blocks of. it." : 11.
The mill was valued at approx
Quality painting, boibj varnish
and laquer .work, in out modern
equipped paint jhqp. ' Washing,
greasing and night service; tire
repairs. Wood's Auto Service Co.
DIES, RESULT Ory
ACCOUNTS irpR twp
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PORTLANp. July 14
sociated Press).-Charles F. Eng
land, 34, died pod&f at St.. Vin
cent's hospital, tho second victim
of an automp.bjU j'cldeJoX -luljui,
when a crash on the! west ap
proach of the Broadway . bridge
resulted dnnhe djeath l Corporal
GUbertmtthf the ortland
army recrnftihg stajtlon.' (England,
who ' suffered a; fractured,; skull,
never-regained consciousness After
the , accident. 'The accident,,. took
place when the machine jtrayfiling
west An d driven by England low
stead, of making, the tnm1 by: the
Tfnfon station, crashed Into s Steel
ump-post. , - - : i yjuy;
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. Max O. Bur en, -f urnlturBear
pets; everything for the home.
Host beautiful - AxminSter rugs.
Beautiful line of pictures for .your
home." 179 N. Coml.H " (
TOTS ESCAPE DEATH
! NEIULEM. Ore.,4uly. 14
jfAP) ElizAbetb. BoshrglS ;
Jennie Bosburg 1 1 , and Sonnie
Rosburg, 9, an of .Nefiajem nar
rowly, escaped ;death jon CltTfic
EldgeBeach Xhif MUii&hiigifisGn
a small point composed off. -sand
were playing caved la Oft them.
playgrounds for 'pleasure seekers.
The above map shows location of
the forests and the Inset is of
Dr. .Charles L. Peck, president of
the Tree association.
SUNDAY CLOSING SOUGHT
IN JtJ NOTION IS ASKED
AGAINST SESQUI OPENING
PHILADELPHIA. July 14.
Ptv Aasoeiated Press) Filing of
an application for an Jnjanctlohl
against opening the Sesqui-oen
tenniai- exposition on Sunday and
thessuance of warrants for the
arrest of 12 exposition employes,
charged with violating the state
law of 1794 pertaining to Sunday
amusements, were developments
today in the campaign of minis
ters and others to keep the expo
sition closed on the Sabbath.
Common pleas court judge
Thomas D. Finletter set net Mon
day to hear arguments for the in
junction, the application was filed
by an attorney for the Methodist
Men's Committee and the same
organization applied for the war
rants." These charged gatekeep
ers and ticket seUers with mis
demeanors, but the fone constable
sent to serve them reported little
success.. - ,
Eiker Auto Co., Ferry at Lib
erty St- Antos stored, and bought
and sold. Cars washed day and
night. Low prices and service will
make long friends. ()
EARWIG FOES RELEASED
TO WAR PLANT ENEMY
;f fPORTLAND, July 14. (By As-
seciated Press.) After two years
of preparation which involved dif-
',mi'", lal'"UD 11
f n reea P
fprst flies have been liberated to
?T "If" St??;
commissioner, casually announced
The first colony, consisting of
75 female flies, will be watched
closely and the results of their
work recorded. In tests conducted
at the insectary conducted by the
city, the flies have killed the ear
wigs every time and then the sec
ond generation has taken up the
work when the first generation has
It is the female digonochaeta
setipennis which has been un
leashed, by the city, through Mr.
Atwell, to' play havoc with the
earwig and to take the first steps
toward the .final extermination of
4 he European pest.
MEEKER TAKES TRAIL
NEW YORK, July 14. (APJ--Etra
Sleeker, 96, famous pioneer
of .the west, will set but tomor
row on his fifth journey over the
Oregon trail. Meeker is .said to
be the sole surviver of those who
made the . trip in 1 85 2 .and . has
made the journey by ox team
Working to Form
? J-Joh ff. forming Ar coalition
-$hinet?in Germkny is in.the
ihandsof prrieVlCoch; chair-
minister of interior In 1919.
b t5 !
For week?, hp had been- ill in .the
hospital. t With the beginning of
convalescence he called loudly for
food, ; declaring he was . being
"The doctor says you-may have
something tomorrow," said the
On the mcrrow she entered and
announced: . . '
"Here's your dinner." And she
pave him a spoonful of tapioca,
adding; "The doctor says that
everything else you do must be in
the same proportion."' V "
"Nurse," he gasped.-VI want to
do some reading now; please bring
me a postage stamp." 1
Johif was tie "sdnotj5 parents
who were sufficiently popular to
receivg more invitations tnan they
could conveniently accept, reports
Tit-Bita. In the course of a gene
ral knowledge, lesson, the master
asked: ."Can, any boy pell me the
r teaning of the letters R. S V P?"
John's hand shot up.
"Well?" said the master.
"It . means, " explained John,
"rush in, shake hands, and vanish
As the . train approached the
dark tunnel the man turned to the
strange lady -at his side
" V When,, wq are in ..tWs tunnel,"
he said calnxly, "I shall kiss you.
: . ''Sirr-sJh15;satd,cUy, "tow xlare
- Thji'ait thjsjeasonil am go
ing tokissiyou.'Vrejlied the young
dan. "It -I .preferred a man I'd.
eill thfeQUdutcaf.'' Pehn State
Froth. - -- -
D. H. BTosher, "Merchant Tailor,
is turntti put the nobbiest and
best fitting" tailor made -suits to
measure. 100 business and pro
fessional men buy of Mosher. ()
Doughton & Sherwin, Hard
ware, 286 N. Com'L St. Hardware,
Builders' Supplies, Paints, Varn
ishes. Give us a call, you'll find
our prices reasonable. ()
STATE DRUGGISTS ELECT
HARRY WEIS OF SALEM IS
THIRD VICE PRESIDENT
ASTORIA, July 14. (By Asso
ciated Press). L. B. Russell of
Portland was elected president p'
the Oregon Pharmacists associa
tion at the concluding of the an
nual convention today at Gear
hart. Bend, Ore., was selected as
the 1927 -meeting place.
Other officers of the association
elected were: Lynn B. Ferguson,
Newberg, first vice "president; S.
A. Matthieu, Portland, seeond vice
president; Harry Weis, Salem,
third vice president; Frank S.
Ward, Portland; secretary, and
John Laue Jr. Portland, treasurer.
Our bread Is .more delicious
than the usual' home-made bread
for it is made with care and by
expert bakers. Better Yet Bread,
made by Better Yet Baking Co.
Changing a flat tire will ruin
your pleasure, disposition, and
dirty your clothes. Let Malcolm's
Tire Shop show you a line of good
reliable tires. 205 N. Com'l. ()
YOUTH KILLED IN CRASH
OTHER SERIOUSLY INJURED,
HELD FOR AUTO THEFT
VANCOUVER, Wash., July 14.
(By AP.) George Taylor. 23,
of lyewistoni Idaho, was killed and
John Darberry,.46, ef Clarkston;,
Wash., was seriously injured when
the automobile iif which they were
riding went overman embankment
at 'Cape?Horn 15 miles east of
Camas, Waste toda. ' ,
Officers' 'e"jnvestgated ex
pressed "e:' belief that the ma
chine had" been stolen In Kelso,
Wash., by Taylor and Chester Der-l-frry,
20, who was uninjured in
the accident: Deroerry, ihey said,
will be taken to Kelso tomorrow
for arraignment on automobile
theft charge. Derberry made a
statement denying the charge.
C. A. Luthy. Reliable Jewelry
store. What you are looking for
in Jewelry. Where a child can buy
as safely as a man or woman.
Repairing In all lines. ()
DePaolo Pledges Safety On
Pair of His Baby's Shoes
INDIANAPOLIS. CAP.J A
pair of. baby shoes was worth
$97,500 in cash to Pet "DePaolo
last year, bnt they failed to bring
hjm victory at the recent interna-
jvf ubA Bj)fWA vv a a av-v . .
k i,The 1925 American, automobile
racing champion., who Jatso. leads
tne, pack ror iszs, attributes nis
success to the fact that a pair" of
his youngster a boots hangs from
tne.iront axie or nis car in every
contest, His cash winnings ag
gregated approximately $97,500.
..DePaolo is superstitious only In
that, one respect. He said Crom
the 'time he attached the shoes lie
has' not had a : serious accident.'
They will, be his - good-luck piece
until he, -quits the sport. .. ; ..-j
" The champion driver had two
new 'cars in the Indianapolis race
and "n the shoes irere , switched to
the one he- selected tollQt, "
matinee,, park' your
for 'expert washing
N. Com'L Tel. 220.
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Al Smith, senior -and r Jmior,
celebrate junior's graduation from
Fordham university. Young Mr.
FATHER PLEAPSJOR SON
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ROftERT SCOTT IS DE IJARED
NOT.XEADER TN CRIME '
CHICAGO, July 14. (By Asso
ciated Press.) Consideration of
Robert B. Scott's plea of, Kuilty
and the expressed belief that , he
was without the Instinct to mur
der and was ' dominated by his
older brother Russell T. Scott, led
Judge William N. Gemmill today
to sentence him to life imprison
.Russell Scott is under sentence
to be hanged October 15, next, for
the, muder atTfeph'hiUrer,' a
drug clerk, shot to death when
the Scott brothers robijed the 'city
hall pharmacy in downtown Chi
cago the night of April 1, 1924.
"Russell Scott took the leader
ship throughout," said Judge
Gemmill preliminary to imposing
sentence. VHe used threatening
language. There was nothing ol
the kind . shown so far as Robert
was concerned.- There is no long
er any question or doubt that Rus
sell fired the fatal shot. There is
no question about both being, guil
ty of murder, but they are not
"Robert Scott was not the lead
er. He was seven years younger
than Russell; had been in the em
ploy of the brother.
"It seems to be 'true he did not
intend to kill. 'Had Robert been
as bloodthirsty as most of the rob
bers, we try he could have killed
Maurer at any time." .
FIRE. SITUATION SERIOUS
EDMONTON. AHa., July 14 A.
Ladgkiss.4 a -fire warden; who re
turned' here" totfight from the
W hite 'Court district oh Che Athai
ibasca river "in "Alberta jrtonIght
fi id that in thickly, timbjered sec - -
JUST FIGURE IT OUT FOR YOURSELF. Piit dovm
! tfi'e cost of gas, oil, depreciation, tires aruj re
pairs for your own car; then offset it with the
stage farej You'll find, you're j money in pocket
plus an enjoyable tTipyvV:: fii'4:;V C,'v v 'K,n-.,.j,
Tjse the motor stages for businessl'dr' pleasure, ,
and econdmjejf time and inoney. 4Frequent
schedules,' reasonable rates and. thev take vo
i.u your cxaci ucsunauon. '
- Special attention is called to
Portland Stage Depot, at
? Including Sunday
are , it the hi&Aalr .'-.t'f V.4 'k i VT' -' j " ; - ,
car .with STra KiE,tZZTMMt- -L:WL 'v ' ". -
and KreMMnA.-z.Miiti, Willi I Mill ir,-Aiitit'i
Smith's 'degree? Ini law i indicates
that he may follow . his ; eminent
father's career: , -
tions fire traveled through tree
tops at eight to ten mies an hour.
He predicted that the "situation
vould be i serious if, raindoes not
Koon come. ,:
CANADIAN BLAZE RAGING
SEATTLE, July 14 (AP)
A dispatch to the . Post-Intelll-gencer
here tonight said that, the
worst forest; fires ih the history
of the Oassair district of British
Columbia -raged .over an nrea 200
miles, square. r ,. 'i-r.. . ,
Pendleton New Oregon ho&
pital wing completed, "at cost ol
The only harmless
way to fbleach the
skin white Is to mix
the juice "of two
lemons with three
ounces .of Orchard
White, which. " any
for a few cents.
Shake well in a bot
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terpint .of the most' .wonderful
skin whltenert softener and.beau
tifier. j'-'' ' . 1 : v
-. Massage this sweetly fragrant
lemonj bleach Into, the face, neck,
arms pd hahds. 1 It can not Irri
tate. Famous stage .beauties use '
it . to j bring- that ; ler, ? youthful
skin ind rosy-white complexion ;
"also as-A freckle, sunburn and tan.
bleach. . You . inust mix - this re-.
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f nbt? be"i bought ready to -use be- :
eaosetlf acts1 best , immediately :
'a'fter ttls' pTeparea
i4 i t-f
our Owl Stage. leaving the
o clock .'every night,
service for our. Salem
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