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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
Annual May Day
Fete at Normal
piand Jury to testify regarding the'
Virtually nil traces or the striks!
I now have disappeared, according to'
suitemenu made by officials of the,
Continued from Page Five.) ;
"" Portland Street
Car Employes to
I'ortland, Or, April ii. 1'nibii!
street car employes of the Portland
Kallway Light and Power company
early today voted to accept the pro-,
poiaI of the corporation providing
' for a slight increase In wages for- a :
tennis courts lately.
At the regular meeting of the t.ic
. ttfty club last Monday evening, turns !
were given by Mr. tliliuore and Mrs. j
Collins. Mr. (illmore "poke on Coun
try club work from a general stand
point, while .Mrs. Collins treated It
from the particular phase of the
work phe has found most useful in
her school, the Oak l'olnt rural cen
County Superintendent G. Ii. Lamb '" """P men and retaining the pres
of Tillamook county spent Monday at j nt c8le of tne Platform men
the normal Interviewing teachers for!,or another year. Acceptance by the
the schools of his cunty. Mr. Lamb '. men. it was said, would avert a pos
ia a, graduate of the normal, class of sible walkout. Negotiations have been
18. and finds things greatly chang- bo'" on ior several weens.
ed since his schooldays.
President Aekerman Is taking time
this week to visit high schools in the
various parts of the state. He spent
the major part of lost week In much
the same way and reports great in
terest in the normal among high
m-hool seniors throughout the state.
A. O." Jackson, of the federal fo
est service, gave an illustrated lecture,
at the chapel hour last Friday, lie
dwelt particularly upon the beauties
of the national forests In Oregon, the
pleasure they afford visitors, and the
Kreat value they poxseiss from many
standpoints and its preservation.
Mrs. Ciller, critic from Mountain
View, gave an entertaining talk ut the
chapel hour last Wednesday.
The Interest In the summer school
is already very encouraging us .Miss
Todd reports that every room Ir. the
dormitory has already been engaged
and many of tho houaes about town
The normal will be In regular ses
sion on Saturday, May t, to permit
teachers In service to visit classes.
Regular work will be given In the
training school on that day. A cordial
Invitation is extended to all neighbor
ing teachers to visit on that day. The
students will he recompensed by an
extra holiday a little Inter In the
Th president brings home the news
that the mlllage bill is. beginning to
be considered much more favorably
car stands wtihout a rival In construc
tion, production and low price.
le my Journeying throurli Cali
fornia I was particularly struck with
the predominance of the closed cars,
especially in a state where the cli
matic conditions are considered ideal
for iiotorlng yet in the Golden state
the closed ears hold sway and I found
it a fact, . that the demand was so
great that, .while deliveries could be
made on open cars, agents were book
ing orders for closed cars or future
deliveries. Closed cars cannot be turn
ed out fart enough. The local body
and upholstering shops are simply
buried ii orders, changing bodies from
the open to the closed type. This Is
noticeable in all makes even the
higher priced cars are facing the same
-Thisi demand for the closed cars
only emphasizes the greater comforts
and conveniences tnese cars nave over
tlie oi?n type and I firmly "believe the
time is at hand when selling condi
tions in Oregon will be the same as
they now are in CaJlfornia-r-a general
demand for the closed car."
Socialists Rally . .
To Support Of
Talis. April 29. Every unified so
cialist member of the chamber of
deputies has come forward in sup
port of Deputy Vaillant-Couturier,
who on April 2 J published in the
newspaper Le Populate an article
.addressed to the U- class of re
cruits, which has been considered an
effort to incite the troops to di?ofe
dience. The article was re-published
In L'Humanite and was subscribed to
by the sixty five members of the par
ty Removal of parliamentary Immu
nity so that M. Vaillant-Couturier
may be prosecuted has been demands
.. "Soldiers and comrades," says M.
Vaillant-Couturier's article, "you nr
to be powers of hatred and new war.
- , -..til. .Inmil iKuins lire
'the sole hope of tne nurKeuisir. who
feels the tide of revolutionary truth
mounting. Sanguinary libations ui--ways
attend the funerals of moribund
regimes. It is not simply a case of
I mutinying -at the hour of those fun
erals. It is Incumbent upon you to
understand now where lie the inter
est of the country you love. It Is a
lease of know now M you desire your
country to be veritably yoMrs."
The Hood River Apple Growers' as
sociation is hastening the shipment of
stored apples following lifting of the
to Covert .
iuaws to pjrr:
week. "" i
Watt Of Wonders
Speaking of the automobile situa
tion In California, Watt Shipp of the
Valley Motor company, who has just
returned from California, said today:
"When I left Salem three weeks ago
I was a sincere and conscientious en
thusiast for Ford products, but after
spending two solid days In the Ford
assembly plant in San Francisco, I am
more thoroughly convinced that Ford
products stand without a rival In the
automobile world. It Is simply marvel
ous the wonderful efficiency that has
been reached by the Ford Motor com
pany. The San Francisco plant gives
one some idea of the high condition of
efficiency that exists in the parent
plant at Detroit.
"The Ford assembly plant at Sun
Francisco completey assembles ready
for the rond 160 automobiles every
day. It Is impossible for anyone to
understand the meaning of 'efficiency'
until they had an experience similar
to mine, and enjoyed tho privilege of
seeing every lost motion, or waste of
effort eliminated, and workmanship
brought up to a point where it might
be cailed an art. I wish I hud the
t .lnu....llLA what T now fill T
In many localities and high hopes of , wonderful and
its passage on .May 21 are entertain- J ftm yn) BururlRed lhe Ford
Miss Todd spent last Thursday and
Friday in I'ortland.
Court Action To
New York, Apr. 29. Federal action
to punish Inuders of the strike of rail
road workers In the New York-New
Jersey district v begun In Newark,
N. J., today when United States Dis
trict Attorney ,Tnn " "'
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1 tablespoon sugar
i teaspoon salt
1 cup milk
1 tablespoon shortening
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t enps flour
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2 tnblenpoons sugar
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup milk
2 tablespoons shortening
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cup com meal
1 cups flour
4 teaspoons Royal Baking
'i teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons sugar
1 cup milk
1 tablespoons shortening
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2 cups milk
Sift together flour and salt.
Hakei a well in' flour, break
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