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THE SALEM CAPITAL JOURNAL, OALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1915.
By U0LL1B RUXOOB1I
SOCIAL intercut this week has cen
tered around Mrs. A. N. Bush's
affair, an afternoon of chamber
music, which tok place today at the
Hush residence, 2K7 North Capitol street,
Miss Winifred Byrd, Salem's gifted
young pianiate, being presented.
A Most enjoyable entertainment is
to be given at the First Christian
church next Monday evening, beginning
at eight o'clock, when a stereoptican
eatertaiament and loctura will be given,
depicting a trip through the Yellow
stone national park, The slides, which
are extremely beautiful and the very
best that can lie purchased, are loaned
for the occasion by the Northern Pa
cific Railroad company. An admittance
of 10 and 15 cents will be charged, the
money to be used as a benefit for the
Bungalow Christian church, corner Sev
enteenth and Court street. V. A. Bul
lock, superintendent of the Bungalow
Hunday school, will show tho slides,
Kov. R. Morton, pastor of the churrdi,
to give the lecture. The pictures num
ber one hundred and eight, and nro of
all the moro interesting places.
Artistically designed posters, adver
tising the dluck-imbalist concert, are
attracting much attention in the dis
play windows of the music stores and
business houses. .Tiioy are the work of
Ivan Hchomncher, a senior of the high
school, and a member of the art clans.
Kach poster bears hotogrnphs of the
noted musicians, who are to appear in
Halem at the armory February 12, and
a splendidly-lettered announcement of
tho concert. Home excellent work is
Icing dono by the high nchool art cIuhk,
under tho directum of Miss KtlicI Mir
riam, and it is cleaning to note that
the pupils' work Is along practical as
well as artistic Hues, nnd is in demand
Mr. anl .Mrs. J. A. Wilson have re
turned to their home In Portland after
a brief visit here as tho guest of the
Y. 0. Dec Kabuc lis. They arc former
Halem people and are weli kuown hero.
lem during her childhood, and has many
Judge and Mrs. Lawroncc T. Harris
are domiciled at tho Hotel Marion dur
ing the aeesion of the legislature. Mr.
Harris ia the newly-appointed supreme
court judge, and both already have
many friends here who are delighted to
learn that they intend locating hero
Mrs. Kthol Law Gulvin, of Jefferson,
is the guest for a few days of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Law, of Ha
Mrs. Murah Hatch Bccman, of Port
land, arrived Tuesday to pass the re
mainder of the week with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. IT. W. Hatrh. Hho will
be noticed with several little nffnirs
during her stay.
Mrs. Paul H. Hauscr entertained her
Thimhlo club yesterday afternoon, the
initial hours beirig passed pleasantly
with needlework, luncheon being served
later at a prettily decked table, small
place cards, with thimbles attached as
favors marking tho places for the
guests. Additional guests were Mrs. L.
P. Aldrich, Mrs. Frederick J. Hrtgo
dorn and Miss Fern Burch, of Port
land, a guest of the Hngedorns, the
personnel of the club being, besides
MrB. Ilnusor, MrB. Roy Byrd, Mrs.
Jnmes Hinuutt, Mrs. Charles Klgin, Mrs.
Llovd Hnusor, Mrs. Itoma Hunter, Mrs.
A. L. Hussey, Mrs. Lloyd Stiff aud
MrB. Paul UasmuBscn. The club meets
Mrs. T. Cochrane, of Marion, was
among the out-of-town attendants at
the quarterly meeting or t'onwinn
grange, held in Hurst hall yesterday.
She remained to be the guest of her
mother, Mrs. Anna Kaylor.
The latest and most pleasing news in
political circles is that the senate will
undoubtedly have n feminine member,
. ,it being quite cortain that .Miss ham
Mrs. Edgar Martin (Alta Altaian), j erino Clark, of Douglas county, is elect
who has been with her parents, Dr. undr ,d to this body, sho having a tl2 mn
iln. Ij. U. Altaian, (luring her has-! jority with only three precincts to hear
band's business trip to eastern Oregon, 'fr,n. The senate will thus have no
will extend her visit another week. Fri-1 reason to bo held in contempt by the
day evening being tile second aniii-; "prn.l members of the house. Should
ersary of her marriage, Mrs. Altaian 'Miss Clnrk be elected, sho will prob
entertained for her in compliment to i,ly arrivo in Sulcm in two or three
those who assisted at her wedding. Mm. ,uys,
Martin is a graduate of. '12 class, Wil- j
lainelte university, those who composed The " Ilituiidoiinh" class of the Les
tier wedding party being for the greater ni(, .v,,t,odist church held a most sac
part present or former students at the em! i imHkl,t (l,.iul j,, tU(,ir church
sanm place, basement Monday evening, seven dol-
iiu.se. present were; -Miss l-.va llog.ie, ",,. ri,Hul)in)! from tio sale of boxes.
Miss Margaret Hodge, Miss Huth Al, plljOVIlbl() s0(.ittl time was had, over
l e ge Mis, Vera Martin and Miss ti.jrty being in attendance.
wmtiuuv (-.Hum-, diners who assisted
at the wedding but who were unable to
attend being Mrs, Otto Wilson, Miss
JAUNTY FITCH FUR
SCARF AND MUFF
FOR YOUNG GIRL
TfOR WHITER. DAY'.
PREDICTION OF ANOTHER
MRS ROCKEFELLER IS SLOW-
New York, Jan. 21. Officials
at the Rockefeller offices here
refused today to confirm a re-
port that Mrs. John D. Rocke-
feller, Sr., was' slowly dying
"MrB Rockefeller," said an
office attache, "has been ill for
many months but there is do
cause for alarm."
It was also denied that the
etork was expected to visit the
home of John i). Rockefeller, Jr.
Regulating Jitneys :
San Francisco's Problem
San Francisco, Jan. 21. The 200 Jit-
;tnoy bus owner in San Francisco, or
their representatives, will be given an
opportunity next week to present their
news before the publie utilities com
mittee of the board of supervisors re
garding the proposed drastic ordinance
Regulating their business. This was an
nounced today following a preliminary
meeting of the committee when the
drafting of the measuro was begun.
Testimony prosented to the commit
too was that scores of new buses ore
going into servico in this city daily
and that double decked autos would
soon begin operations here.
The ordinance tentatively proposed
to the committee suggests a minimum
license fee of $40 per year for a bus
seating five persons or less, tho rate
being graded up to $100 for buses seat
ing more than fifteen persons. The
provision to which tho Jitney men es
pecially object, however, is' that sug
gesting that they be required to file
a bond of $10,UU0 with their applica
tions tor licenses. (.,
, Policemen who have been in the hab
it of stepping upon streetcars and rid
ing "on their stars" received a severe
jolt today when it became known that
tho Jitneys hod decided that tho blue
coats would have to pny a nickel to
rule, just the Bamo as any other folks.
System Saves Money
FIRST HIGH SCHOOL
DEBATE JIERE TONIGHT
Salem Meets Newberg and Oregon City
4n First Contest of Triangular Series
Held in Debate League.
Salem high school will hold the first
debate of the series for the state cham
pionship at the high school auditorium
this evening, a team from New berg be
ing pitted against the local school U
the opening contest.
As provided in the rules of tho de
bating league, this will bo a triangular
uenate, one team having tho affirma-1
tive of the government ownership of
railroads, question, meeting Ncwberg
here, while a team supporting the nega
tive of the question will meet tho Ore
gon City team at that place.
,The affirmative team consists of
Benjamin iiinton, Lylo Bartholomew
and William Carver. The negative trio
is made up of Otto Paulus, Beatrice
Walton and Victor Brodisoo.
The debate this evening will com
mence at eight o'clock. There will be
no admittance charged and everyone is
.cordially invited. Miss Hussio Niles Is
the manager of the debating team,
which has been working arduously for
this event. Miss Edith ftigdon and
,MisB Jessie Cox, head of tho English
ana History departments of the higl:
school, have been coaching tho teams.
nud they believe thatt hey will make a
first-class showing tonight.
Tho last championship for Salem
high was in 1907, and all aro anxious
that tho 19H-I5 team be ono of this!
kind. If Salem wins tonight, they will
be, eligible to meet the triangle com-j
posed of Canbv, Crcshnm and Wood-
burn, but if they lose, they will be out
Villa Fighting For Liberty
cf Mexico and That Alone;
According to figures roinpiled by
Chief Accountnnt Rii'hnrdson, of the
Oregon department of accountancy, the
system of stnto experting of county
(records nnd establishment of uniform
tkvv ruinccc m DBi"yti'm" of mM"n,ins ia fo,""t ,o r"y
VUnlVL lAUuLO ALAM1 ia other states where it has been in
I practice for a number of years nnd has
Toothless Old Seorerfc Announced Shock saved hundreds of thousands of dollars
Will Occur on January 26 Panic Results.
Lois Martin, Mrs. L. It. Doiunster, of
PpokaoA formerly Miss Mildred Ben
cttj M.m Tiieodosia Bennett, of Port
laad, ami Mrs. Maurice Bullock, for
merly Miss Beuluh Clark, of I'nivcrsity
Park, Denver, Colo.
The "community sing," held at the
Highland school, was such a delightful
success snd gave so much genuine pleas
ure that it was cleeideil to gather again
for a similar affair in two weeks, which
would he February third. A large num
ber of pnpils, patrons and people, resid
ing in the Highland district were in
attendance, toe boys of tho Kighth
grade acting as ushers. Tho singing was
all done in chorus lust night, lint it is
planned to make tho coming event a lit
tle more elaborate, sulos anil duets to
eiipplement. the ensemblo selections,
buch songs ns "Annie Laurie," "Coin
in' Through the lt,o," "Love's Old
Hwe.H Song," " Hueked in the Cradle
of Ihe Deep," "Long, Long Ago,"
"My Honni.. Lies Over the Oeeao"
and numerous patriotic songs, proved
their eoduring popularity, all present
joining enthusiastically in the singing
of thnin. Miss Kvn Fisher, nil instruc
tor in the rchnol, played (lie piano ac
eaipaaiinent for all the numbers,
At the Parent -Teacnera' nsxoeiutioii
Nothing is prettier for the young girl
than tho soft colors of the fitch fur.
The scarf and muff illustrated here are
particularly c'nie models.
Judge Pcott Is a Portland visitor to
day. W. M. Hamilton left oa the morning
electrio for Portland,
T. O. Bligh, of the Bligh hotel, is in
Portland today on business.
C, A. Hoover, of Oervuis, Is a visitor
In the citv today.
W. A, Taylor, of Mncleay, was la the
citv today on business.
O. W. Tmflor returned todny from a
two dn.vs' business trip to Portland.
Henry A. Thorns nnd wife, of Sublim
ity, are In the city todny on business.
Henry I.. Bowlby, a member of the
state highway commission, went te
Tortlund this morning.
N. 0. Maria, ono of the educational
workers of the state, Is here today, rcg
isteving from Portland.
W. W. Vanwcy, ono of the prosper
ous farmers of Victor Point, was in the
city yesterday transacting business.
S. 11, Reeves, of the Perry drug store,
who hna buen ill at homo for the Kist
wreting of the Knst school, held lust 'two weeks, is reported to be iinprov
Friday evening, a committee was up- Ing,
pointed to select a new president, the)' J, W, Torter, former representative
liitmnr pre-ident Mining uinved out ot frm l.lnu countv, wns in the citv vest
the -list rid. This ollicial will be elect- ordnv to attend tho Oregon Pure Bred
k . ! . ",,,,',i"K At the ,'l.ive'stock association.
scao.il building next Friday night audi Miss Ruby Hnmsdoll and Miss iti-glan
a socal (,. ea.ioyed. A Interesting ,,,, ,,,, teachers, went to
program Is beiug pupa,,.,! nn.l will be Portland this afternoon to see Forbes
published later. Ri.hortso,,, the famous Ki.glish actor.
" 1" Johnson, stewnrd of the state
Mrs. Josephine Culver, of San Frnu-, university; J. S. Muglndy and John F
risen, Is on an exten, led visit tu friends Kelly, of Eugene, caioo down to tin
aud relatives here, Hlie is passing the litv'tliis morning on business,
greater puit of I,,.,- time w ith her I Mr. .1. J. llowseu, of Corvnllis, an
lirottier, Stanley CuUer, and has nl-n ex member of the Oregon legislature l
r.,. riiicrinincii v me Mr. run il iiu Im. ,v.,.,i, r. n . i.
Mrs. CnUer resided in Sir ntorcstcd' in good roads legislatinn.
By Alice Rohe.
(Tinted Press Staff Correspondent.)
Koine, Jan. SI. The prediction voiced
by a ton'hless old seeress tnat central i tern has been in vogue for 10 years or
ami southern Italy wetild bo shaken on moro, he shows that tho total cost of
January -o by the worst earthquake in conducting the department, including
to tho people in the amounts of money
found duo the several counties and re
maining uncollected by the officers
whoso duty it is to look after the pub
lic interests in such matters.
In the stnto of Ohio, where the sys-
hist iry resulted todny iu a veritable
paaie among the poor people of Homo
and the Btricken Biirvivvrs of the recent
tremor in central Italy,
Th' people of the Uiwer clauses are
highly superstitious and the work of
the rescuers who are trying to rentore
order ill tho earthquake zone has been
T.ie woman claims the powers of a
clairvoyant. She told neighbors it had
lieeu foretold to her that another aud
much moru violent cnrthipiake would
rock Italy next Monday. The neighbors
spread the report rapidly and it soon
reached AveiJino and other districts
where rclugocs are still being cared
instantly there was a panic. Hun
dreds of refugees have been going nbout
wringing their hands, weeping, praying
at the roadside shrines nnd congregat
ing in tile ruins or wrecked churches.
Military and government officials
have asked the cleigy to cull the refu
gees together and quiet their fears.
Pomona Grange Passes
Resolution On Taxes
tho auditing of county and city rec.
ords, waa $777,884.74, or approximately
$77,000 per year while the total amount
of findings, which ' represents the
amount reported by the examiners as
illegally drawn by public officinls, or
otherwise, from various public treasur
ies which aro recoverable by suit nt
law or settlement, waa 'l,7H5,071.Dt.
Lesidea this the totnl amount of mo
neys unclaimed and not turned into the
treasury by officials, recovered as a re
sult of tho examination, $1 1, KM. II, and
the total return wns $!M7.S!l.1.7o.
Trading Stamp Companies
to Pay License of $6,000
If the bill Introduced by Representa
tive Vernon A. forties, ot Bend, should
become a Inw it will mnko it pretty
hard "sledding" for tho trading-
stnmp, cortificatc-isMiing concerns who
are doing business in the state of Ore
goa to continue to ply their trade ia
future. This bill provides that any
company utnig trading stamps, cou
pons, tickets, certificates, cards or nth-
ler similar devices for or with the sale
Tint tho law on delinquent taxes Is of goods, wares or merchandise, with
unfair and unjust to the farmer, and unit first obtaining a licenso from the
that efforts should be made to change j county clerk of the county in w hich
the law, was the opinion expressed in i such company or firm desires to con
a resolution passed yesterday at the duct its business, it shall be deemed
Marion County Pomona lirnnge held in guilty of a gross misdemeanor and sub
''"y- oet to tho penaltv provided in such
A resolution wns also passed urgltrg i enses. The amount of license, $il,0W,
the members of tho legislature from per annum , is by no menus tho smallest
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Washington, Jan. 21. "Liberty for
Mexico rs the only thiug I am fighting I
for and I will continue to fight ttutilL
tniB end is accomplished."
This was the word suit to the state
department today by licneral Francisco
Villa of Mexico, through American
Agent Carothers. Villa also assured
the state department that Americans
would tie given ample protection.
"Only self seeking politicians aud
speculators," oencrnl ilia find, "arcl
enemies of the United StatoB. The
rest of Mexico i friendly and appre
ciates all the American nation has
dono for us."
Carothers wired that tho fivo thous
and soldiers who left tho capital with! red, the locul
former Provisional 1'insuteiit Uutior
rez were returning with (leneral Villa.
January Clearance Sale
Extraordinary Opportunity for Economy
This store is now ready with a line of white goods
by the yard, and to acquaint you with this "new line
we have included this department in our January
White goods are located just at the left of south
Reduced prices on:
WOMEN'S UNDERMUSLINS, LINGERIE
AND SILK WAISTS, SILK PETTICOATS
KIMONAS, WARNER'S AND MODART
CORSETS, INFANTS' WEAR, CHILD
REN'S COATS AND DRESSES, CARTER'S
AND HARVARD MILLS UNDERWEAR
ONYX AND KAYSER'S HOSIERY
UMBRELLAS, RIBBONS, GLOVES
NECKWEAR, RICHARDSON'S LINENS
LEATHER BAGS AND PURSES, HURD'S
STATIONERY, NOTIONS, DRESSMAKERS'
Exceptional low prices on:
Pictorial Review Patterns
LIBERTY STREET ctf
Seattle Gets Car Order ;
For Trans-Siberian Line
Scjttle, Wash., Jan. 21. "Ail order
for 15,000 railway ears has been placed
hy my government with the Seattle Car
and Foundry," reads an official state
ment ifsucd today by N. rtogoiavlensk.v,
imperial Russian consul.
Whilo officers of the company wcnld
not confirm the statement in its en
tirety, they admitted they had been ne
gotiating with tho Kussiiin minister of
railways and communications fur two
months snd that they were to confer
Into today with tho locul consul in ro
!(ard to toe o iler.
Tho rolling stock, said to be designed
for use ou the Trans-Siberian line, will
'ost more than .$10,0011,000. The order
will be tho largest of the kind ev.'
given to a western foundry.
If it conies to Seattle, as Ilogoia
vlcn'ky announces, it will mean the
steady employment n' 1001) men for a
period of two years and a considerable
enlargement of the car company's plant,
according to Oliver 1. Colvin, vice
president am general manager of the
The first cars would be turned out
in ,'10 days from tho time tho specifica
tions wero settled ou, he added. (Ship
ments would bo made by the Russian
vri'ur.leer fleet service, recently cstalv
lirhrd oo the hound.
GODFREY FUNERAL HELD
HERE THIS AFTERNOON
Floral Tributes Aro Beautiful and
Large Number of Salem People Are
hapter adding n great
star formed of white flowers.
The arrangements in Portland were
all made by the lodges there, 1.1. B.
(in nt and Clyde Kvans, of tho Masons,
taking tho greater responsibility.
Among relatives and closo tnends
from out-of-town in attendance at tho
A PHYSICIAN'S ADVICE
. "Indigestion anl practically all
forms of stomach trouble are. nine
funeral were Mr. and Mrs. II. Ui-yant,! times out of ton, due to nciditv: there-
of Albanyj Miss Casein Lane and Mrs. foro stomach sufferers should, when-
(lortr.ide Alisky, of Portland, and Mr. j ever possible, avoid eating food that
and Mrs. l,eo Ue Mars, of Boise, Idaiiho.
Tho Masons had charge ot the ser
vices at tho grave.
Ix-Presidcnt Taft .
Opposes Direct Primary
Bloomington, hid., Jan. 21. "
without hesitation that, the selection
of political candidates at general pri
maries hns not tended towards the
elimination of corporation rule of po
litical machines or the selection of bct-i food, and aro
is acid in its nature, or which by
chemical action in the stomach de
velops acidity. I'nfortunalolv such
rulo eliminates most foods wliich aro
pleasant to the taste as well as those
which aro rich in blood, flesh and
netvo building properties. This is tho
I reason why dyspeptics and stomach
(sufferers arc usually so thin, 'emaciated
I snviand lacking iu that vital energy which
can only come from a well fed body.
For the, benefit of those sufferers who
have been obliged to exclude from
tiieir diet all starchy, sweet or tatty
trying to keep up a
miserable existence on gluten products.
Taft1 I would suggest that you should try a
i, ad-lineal of any food or foods which yon
may like, in moderate amount, taking
immediately afterwards a teaspoouful
of bisurated magnesia in a little hot or
cold water. This will neutralize anv
acid wliich may be Vri'eiit, or which
-RHEUMATISM, One of the Most
Dreaded Diseases of Man
All sufferers of this oinlndy at once tip- .
prociiite the uiluo of Chiropiuctie adjust- . .
went The effect of a few adjustment '
even in cases of long Handing, are uu- ; ' ' . ', '
ilerful. They start the circulation, help .' ....
nature to throw off uiie acid finm the , ' " V , ''
system, and get your kidneys in vo'l 'i- r '.' ,
der, so that you at once feel the beneficii l
res-.ills ii'id are Hell in no time. ,
Ccjiio and consult with me. T make no s' ';,
cunrsje for coiumltnl ion cud nm glnd to .. A - "
give you my inhiie as tn ymir Piniditiin. .v'
My luodeiiii.ed method of Chiropractic ( h y .
rencliei) a Uii(,'e per cent of the ills nt hu- . , '. , 1 A, J V , n
niaaity and cores them,
I'hoao 410. I'll. W. II. ltKYN01.PS,
(.ady nlteiitliiiit. MK A l llobbntd HMg.
Musses of beautiful flowers, noted nt I
the funeral of James K. Ondfrey to
dny, attested ia a slight way to the
lave of hundreds who hod known him
personally during his lifetime,
Tl.u k..,l.. h I 1.. .ni i.. ...
out legislature u law changing the pen-1 members of the family and close friends'
ii i . i si in ii i H n ir in ii mi in: in, 1 11 ..,-....:!. i . j i . . .,
stead of the r, per cent penalty No- 5(5(SS
oZZ , iThe'r'ng o'f a law mak" i OW To Make the S jM.r and Masonic, lodge, both f which
nnd id per ecu, on all after Nov', r 1 KWtf 1 j 'e t v c e r the we'ie
I he axpnjoM league were also uig- I'enndiicted fmm the Mnsooie Temple.
"I ' ' "I"'-U1", 10 ,h" h e Hen,- the spacious hull being filled to ,-,,,
MX;X,i re was XlT, l . e services wer siuip, d
'''' '"-"' These ,- This home-made cough svrup Is now I al WO-k" luxt T'Z " o tV"
iui;s of all the uuno.es In this section used in nime l n.un m Lr 1 n 1 ' " ; ' 11 ,r " . 11
lure held everv three troi.ths. Tin uer : rcincly. Its piounitiirsa, nnd cer- ! ?T: ' r"ll,m,":' 1
le,ted as the next tueetinir ulace. t-""' i. comim-riiia dmlre.-iog cougl.s, , " .""'ir scr ice i.oj i , earee, pn.i
ter representatives of parties.
Former President William II.
nindc. this statemtat during ai
dress delivered here today at the!
Foundation Day exercises of the Uni-I
versity of Indiana.
"It is not true," ho added, "that
the primary law is any tho less sub
ject to control by a machine, a boss or muv be formed, und instead of the
a puTiticnl organization thnu is a po- usual feeling of uneasiness and full
litical convention." ness, you will find that your food
Reviewing conditions at present the agrees with you pfnrtly. Disunited
former chief executive said the coon-1 magnesia is doubtless the best food
try was halting in its business progress corrective and antacid known. It has
but was learning that 'unwise steps! no direct action on tho stomach; but.
had heen taken." These steps, he said,' by ncurnlmug the acidity of the food
should be retraced with justice, equity I contents, and thus removing the source
and moderation. of the mid irritation which inflames
"We must grant increased rates to the delicate stomach lining, it does
the railroads when condition require, more than could possibly bo done by
and grant them quickly," ho nddod. any ,lrlig or medicine. As a hysicinn,
"Their prosperity is important tn thei believe in the use of medicine when-,
prosperity of tho whole country." ever necessary, but I must admit that
. I cannot see the sense of dosing an in-
IDAHO AND, PROHIBITION., ,,,,, ,, iirill)tr, Hon,ach with
1 drugs instead of getting rid of the acid
Hoise, Idaho. Jan. SI. Idaho will the cause of all the trouble, (let n
vote at. the general election in 10UI little bisurated magnesia from your
on tho qiieetioa of forever prohibiting! druggist, eat what you want at your
within the borders of the state the next, meal, tako some of the bisurated
manufacture and sale of intoxicating magnesia as directed above, and sec. it
liquors. J 'm not, right,"
Among th.ve , r at at the meeting '''"l',' iV"1,,11""'" I'""1"- "'"," rnml ",''1M,:r '"' 'J'" 1"!','r co"-
vest .i,lv ,. r Mill ,.f ul nine, 'i mi con actu.illv feel it take hold, 'ducting tiieir service. The ma e quur-
V C bbv of I , M ia I t I t ,,'"V " M- r" V",ly ov,w,r lh composed of Dr. 11. C. Iqdev. t ins.
A. t. 1. tih of .let, civ, i, Mi. l-.thel rdi,mrv rough relieves even whoomug , ,.-,'., r,, ,, M 1, v ,i, ,
Law (lulvin of .let lei .on nnd Mi. I. ceie:li piieUlv. Splendid, l"o, (or bron-! 1 ,ni V'r !"' '"
I'ocIimh of Mai
HIOT AMONa KUSKIAN8.
elntis. si.asi.ioilie eioiin. lirioicl,il ui lima. Jt ' appropriate selections
nod w inter cooaliA. i, The pallbearer, were Milton l Mrv
t,ct (nun uo drugvist 'J'i ounces uf ers, (icorge O. Ilrowii. Charles I Me
' Piiiex " oi'M. poor it iii a nint'Nnrv, (i Xiles. Frank Miljer an,
l.ottlraod till the Imtile nil plain griimi- ... , , .
luted ng.ir smiip. 1 his eixes vou at '"'.'.' ''""."' . . ...
cost o( i olv .'"( wnts a (nil pint of Is-tter i A number ot out ol town pe.
I. os Aiii.'eles. Cal.. .Ian. L'l.-'-rwo Ro--
mm wcie le. eiviii;i liosoitnl treatment coouh r rup than V'U could nuv lor J.;n. pie were acre lor-ine uiiiern ncj
Ind.ii and a score of their nuniti vmen ' ' ' '''vv i'ules tn prepare. I- nil from ull over the st:ite. nnioiig them be
v.ere musing i;.ier ,n iuries received in J''tioii with Vincx.. Tastes good aiid ,K Ir. Margaret V. Il.ivter. of U:,.
" '' :; m,,terU.tly.f-; Su'V.llV plcasnntlv .urpriml how l"s' P"""',. "'V'-'';, mi,,rMn. " ;
ler innliutht. which was qoeil.,1 I'V p. cil.icklv it hs,s.'l, ,rv, hoarse or tchl Ml"' Mr l""ll,v.v holding villi her
li.-e icsen e. ' ; rough., and hen l the liiilamcil Iticm-1 nt the same tiuie the position of gnu.il
.1 ii it Snlonolf and .lidin Aen nheo re- brunt in a pniiitul rmigh. It also slupa worthy patron. Muny I'nitliiii.l p, u
cii.'. na-tv .hiiMd cits on their heads he (oiiTiiito-n ot pblciMn in the thrust ,qP "Were noted, Allmnv. DnTes
.ind were -enouslv hurt. It .wa. their ' njL '.I"!'!'-! i',' thc "f I r,'ige,.e. Woodlnin. aod other 'valley
''""ft in,'t a small nn-i of nioa-, p,,,,., , i,i,wt valuable eotieent rated Xv'n lr'.v "'I'resi nted. Iltim-,
",v that canse l the tnudile. roniooiiiol ( iri miumc NnrwiT pine rx. titul tloial pieces fnnu the lli,ind lo.l:.-e
Ktie'ols took sides and bctore thti police tuivt. f if Ii in ymnactil, which Is so heal of the stole of tlieioa of M:iioiis and
nnivtd a houdied bearded Hos-inus '"? ,u .ueuiorms-s. :t:ic (iiarul Chapter ( the Ka.iein Sta
were fighting with shove's, picks, bricks' ,'" V1";' di-iippointmcnt. Is' sum and w,.r,, ,.t rnnl l',land, the'lo. ul chap
The polo,, weie, liXnZlT ' I -".-'" "I' '"' T!'"
to charge the und, w,th their not. guarantee o( al.-olule sati. (action, ce'ihibutii.n ..! the Conner the
-.tichs. The belliittients s.uttered, or mon.-v pi-ooprly r, inndnl, gt.-s wuH shape of a huge ken-tone, the latter
liag-;ing n'verul of llieir injiued with h,a pieoniatien. lha 1'iiicx Civ, Ft., an punieii.e li-oul star in the order's,
them. jWavne, ld. , ilors, blue, yollew. white, gtivit and
We arc glad to announce that we arc. going to rep
resent this model dairy in our city. Tokalon Dairy
lias the reputation of being the model dairy of the
state. Everything about the dairy is modern, clean
and sanitary in every respect. We deliver this cream
to you in half-pint, pint and quart bottles, at the rate
of 20c per pint. This is regular whipping cream and
conies to us fresh from the dairy.
Hood River Apples
Fancy Spitzenbcrjjs jind Yellow New towns
$l.;r per box.
lUiy Oranges while they are Rood. We sell ihe
largest and best :0e per dozen.
Sinclair Hams, the best sugar cured, at 22 lie pound.
Roth Grocery Co.