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SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1922.
- THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM; OREGON
1 INFERENCES OF
"J.11 fialt Lake City, Utah. July 1.
neji, "Flagrant efforts have been made
'jj1' 1 anonymouss way to mislead the
Pacific Railroad com-
( pany Is attempting to override the
decision of the supreme court of
line tne united states,"
'" Eproule, president of the Southern
eW Pacific company Jast niht, juBt
J' W hot ore - departing for San
it ij "It should be remembered that
" the Southern Pacific has not
j sought and is not seeking control
,H of any other lines, nor is it urging
it 4 the separation of a line from some
Ai other ownership for its own ad-
te f vantage. We merely ask that the
u? Southern Pacific lines be allowed
cr to continue as a single operating
!C unit in order that the public in its
! own interest may have the advan-
,;I tape of this company's unbroken
ihoi publdc service as a common carrier,
ot f rather than a badly disrupted
tot service, as a substitute.
! "We askk this only in the order
ly processes of the law. We believe
that the great public interest is
best served by recognizing the ad
vantages of the larger and ex
tended and convenient service
given to that public by the present
i railroad system of the Southern
" Pacific company under existing
regulative control. The commis
sion, state and federal are endowed
with all the powers necessary to
make their regulative control
potent and complete.
t'There can be nothing improper
- in our asking the support of the
, public toward bringing this diffi
; culty to an ultimate conclusion
that will maintain the operations
of this transportation system as a
unit justified by the general ex
perience of the people so served.
' If necessary to - accomplish this
, purpose it may even be that a new
; law should be enacted to meet the
situation." ' .
St. Louis, Mo., July 1. (By
Associated Press.,) The receiver-
ship of tha Missouri, Kansas &
Texas Railway company was dis
solved this afternoon when Judge
Sanborn of the United States cir
cuit court of appeals signed a de
cree authorising the sale ot the
road for not less than $28,000
000. The decree was entered by
security holders. .
MM NEW COUNSEL OF
1 WAR FINANCE BOARD
Washington, July. 1. Ap
pointment of G. A, Marr of Salt
; Lake City as general counsel of
the war finance corporation was
announced today by Managing
"The Lace and Embroidery Col
lector," a guide to collectors of
old lace and embroidery, by Mrs.
R. M. Head.
"Mexico and Its Reconstruct
ion," some reasons why Mexico
is a problem to the outside world
and to the United States, and sug
gestions for solving the problem,
by Chester Lloyd Jones.
"Wood row Wilson as I Know
Him," a book whioh is of value
historically as well as a strong
aid to the understnding of the
psychology of the ex-president,
by Joseph Patrick Tumulty.
"Be Still and Know," a personal
witness to meditation, by John
"A Revision of the Treaty," be
lng a sequel to the "Economic
Consequences of the Peace,", by
John Maynard Keynes. v,
"Fanny Herself," by Edna Fer
ber. , '
"Great Sea Stories," edited by
Joseph Lewis French.
"Mr. Prohack," by Arnold Ben
nett. For the Children .
"Deep Sea Hunters," adventures
on a whaler, by Alpheus Hyatt
"Tony Sarg," marionette book,
the text by F. J. Mclsaac and Ulus
trated by Tony Sarg.
"Boy Heroes' in Fiction," by
Inez Nellie McFee.
"Tom Slade, Boy Scout of the
Moving Pictures," by Percy Feese
BERGDOLL SUIT TO
GET PROPERTY VOID
Washington, July 1. The suit
of Mrs. Emma G. Bergdoll of
Philadelphia against the alien
property custodian for return of
about $200,000 worth of property
seized as belonging to her son,
Grover C. Bergdoll, the draft
evader, was dismissed today with
prejudice, by Justice Jennings
Bailey in the District of Columbia
Observe These Fourth of July "Donfs"
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Flapper Has No
Soul Savs Well
Atlanta City, N. J., July 1.
"The modern girl has. no heart,
no soul, no sentiment if she has
she refuses to admit it," eayB
Frank X. Leyendecker, one ot the
best-known artists and Illustrators
in the country.
"You do not dare to talk to the
flapper ot classics nor ot , other
serious things," he continued,
-"for she simply will make no at
j tempt to absorb them. She Is idle,
frivolous and heedless of tomor
row. However, I will admit that
she is charming and often irresist
"She looks so young but knows
so much much that she could do
well not to know. She assumes no
responsibility. She seeks nothing
but amusement. When a boy
reaches the .'flapper' age he usu
ally has some obligation to fulfull.
He gets a job, or else he is brand
ed as a loafer. The girl, however,
spends her time reading frothy
literature and smoking.
"In my opinion the only hope
of the nation rests upon the work
ing girl. She has more originality
and individuality than the flapper,
who looks to me as if she were
made from a die. Each working
girl has her particular style in
clothes and coiffure.
'"But the flapperl How can you
tell one from another? The only
danger with the working girl is
that she is apt to become so self-
reliant, that she will 'scorn the
help ot mere man. . But that dan
ger is not so probable that any
flapper should be afraid to re
form and become a working girl."
Inspect our dairy. Tne state
Inspector says ''It's one of the
best In the state. Investigate
the source of your milk.
The SUverton Food Products
company resumed operations at Its
cannery last week for the coming
season. A crew of 65 Is employed.
Need for men for farm work Is
Increasing in Deschutes county
and the Bend employment bureau
finds it lmposible to handle calls
for help. .
A modern four-room school
building is being planned by the
newly elected directors ot the con
solidated district at Blachly.
220 H. CommerciH Street
Easier ud Better. , .
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Here, kiddies, are some Fourth of July "DON'TS" that you must be Bure to observe: DON'T throw
fireworks at playmates. Some terrible accidents have resultd from this thoughtless trick. DON'T hold
your face over fireworks in which- you think the fuse has gone out after being lighted. Many have been
bldnded that way. DON'T get down close to fireworks when lighting them. A sudden explosion may
maim you. DON'T try to scare people by lighting fireworks near them. Deaths have been caused that
way. DON'T hold flreworKs is your nana alter lighting tnem. The danger is great. DON'T get under
sykrockets when touching them off. The sparks may set your clothing afire. And, above all, DON'T
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