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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1916.
CLASSIFIED ADVXBTI3INQ BATES:
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One week (6 insertions), per word....5e' Richardson. 2303 s.
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Minimum, charge, 13e.
PHONE 937 For wood saw.
HARRY Windoweleaner. Phone 70i.
ItUBBEF. Stamps made 103 S. Coru'l.
BED White and blue
2300 J 2. '
FRONT APARTMENTS Ground floor
491 N. Cottage. tf
SIX Adjustments $3.00.
FOB BENT SIGNS For sale at Cap
ital Journal office. tf
FOB SALE Or trade for wood, gaso
line engine. Phone 451. tf
FOR REXT House keeping
close in. Phone 4 or 47
WANTED Partner in sheep business.
C. Seknfeldt. 321 4 St. Portland. je27
PURE Whale oil soap for hop spray
for sale at the Capital Soap Works.
floor. Reasonable. 1"
rooms on first
WANTED 20 loganberry pickers. C.
H, Dencer. Phone SSI'il, Salem, Or.
WAXTED S loganberry pickers, good
camp grounds. U. .1. Booek, R.. 4,
liox 20 juiu'20
FOB GOOD MEALS And comfort
able rooms at reasonable rates.
Phone 1013. tf
FURNISHED rooms and housekeeping
appartmenti, rates reasonable, close
In, 160 Court. tf
WANTED Cascara bark, highest ca9h
priee. Call or write Frys Drug store,
fealem, Oregon. , july3
TWO NICE Cottages for rent by the
month or season at Newport. G,' W,
- Johnson &Co. tf
FOR SALE Team i- gray beldings
weight. 2S00, also work harness and
wagon.' i hone 434. junc24
FOR REXT Modern 3 room furnished
bungalow. Fuirmonnt Hill. Address
F. M. care Journal.. ', jnne24
FOUND 1. brown marked fox terrier
female pup. Call 300 X. Water, pay
,for ad and receive dog. june'J."
200 LOGANBERRY Pickers wanted
good camp grounds" 'and water.
Phone 41F24, h. H. Roberts. tf
FOR SAt.E Cheap if taken at once,
fine driving mare just the thing for
rural route, Salem Laundry to. je2u
BED C ERR ANTS For sale, fine for
making jelly. Phone 34F13. Mrs. A.
Lk Canrpiicll, Salem Heights. je-4
EXPERIENCED WOMAN" Will do
washing, ironing, house cleaning,
rooking or serving. Phone 2304-.T-2,
GIRL 19 wishes to go to coast with
good family, will care for children,
or do light ho
i hone 7.Y-
WRENCH KALE Plants (Morrow
cabbage) $2 per thousand f. 0. 1). Sa
lem. Albert Quartier, Independence
"FOR SALE Oak dressers, library tn
Tile, oak dining table ami cir.
sewing machine, good as new. Phone
WANTF.D 8 loganberry pickers, use
of cabin with stove free, wood fu-
nishe.l. Route 4. box 23, tel. SF4. J.
K. Crothers. juue20
FOB SALE 3 hiH trnck Studebakei
wagon. Will trade for header wagon
eordwood or stumpage. 27S0 Lee
Phone 1322-J. ti
MAID WAXTED For general house
work; two in family, good wages:
'call evenings, except Saturdav, 373
N. Capitol St.. tf
FOR BENT Business block room, siz
18x80 feet. 407' State street. In
quire at 433 State. Fhone, 1009
Maurice Klinger. tf
WANTED To trade 3 1-2 wide tread
Milborn wagon in good shape for
narrow tread 3 12 wagon. Must be
good. Phone 0l'2. tf
FOR SALE Or trade. 3 acres well im
proved, elo-o in. f,r desirable city
residence. Phone 1003-W, evening",
or address S lit. 5, b 4. june'J7
FOB SALE At bargain prices, on
Troy laundry mangle 90 inches, stor
shelving, two teams and Shetland
pony, 2 doable buggies, one single
buggv. H. Steinbock, 302 X. Com"!
y v.": '
' son. See Turn
imu ri':C -lout
PICKERS T.iree to
wa'itel for logauber
eadv work: long sea
i l l.ibertv
store or, f
Martin pirn e.
WANTED Second hand binder. R. I
'"-'x '" Turner, Or. iime.4
. ; J
(1. 11 1 PASTURE For 20 head cattle
;t nl,i,.s trom town. Phone 24!. ie24
For sale at Aumsville,
1'houe 2004-J. june-1
FOR SALE Bicycle, run one year:
half price See Euiuiel, liarnes' Store.
tfjl'oi? REXT Modem three or four
room apartment, furnished, 323 So.
FOU SALE steel range, sewing
chine, writing dek, carpi rs.
70 X. :
fl O I "S E K E E PI XCi Rooms, suite of 3
electric light, gas, range, priee reas
onable. 137 S. Winter.
For RENT Tents, furnished or un
furnished by day, week or month,, in
s.iady grove. Phone 2304 J-4.
FOR REXT Modern 7 room house at
12.17 Chemeketa street. Inquire 1209
Chemcketa or phone 1100. june24
DKI.IVERV ,.GOX Good as new,
for sale for cash or terms. Inquire
. W. Moore Furniture Store. ,je27
FOR SALE Sandwich har baler with
gas engine attached, rim 1 year. R.
R. Xo. 2, box 17A, Gervais,. Or. je24
FOR ALE 20 head grade Jersey
cows, 3 thoroughbred bulls mul 11
head fat steers. Phone 2F13. Rt. 1,
box 97. june27
WANTED Low wheel rubber tired
buggy and horse about 1000 lbs.,
state price. Address A, W. care
Al'TO FOR SALE Studebaker, good
condition, tires good, also truck bed.
cheap for cash. A. P.. Laflar, Ore
gon theatre. Phone 2219. june24
WANTED Cherry pickers, good pick
ing, long job, campers preferred but
can go buc.i and forth. Call at 1207
Marion St., before Monday noon.
FIVE BRIGHT Capable ladies to
travel, demonstrate and sell dealers.
.23 to $.)0 .per week. Railroad fare
paid, ("isodrich Drug Company, Dept
ol ", Omaha, Xebr,
IIOMESTF.AD Colville Indian reser
vntion, Washington, open for settle
ment. Drawing Julv 27th. About oOO,
000 acres: fruit, farm and dairy
lands. Complete sectional map and
description. j'OKipaid "0e. Soldiers.
sailor (or tlieir widowsj. o the civ
il or Spanish wars may register by
agent. Write' us for blank- forms,
which we will furnish free. Smith &
MeCrea. room !" Eagle bldg., Spo
FOR EXCHANGE 100 acre farm -hoot
H miles wesf of Dillard, Or., in
Diuiglns Co., about 80 A in cultiva
tion, fair set -farm buildings, well,
creek and springs, on good Co. road
and mail route, within' 40 rods of
good school, church and store; good
fences, good free soil, good location,
some saw timber and lots of wood
timber: 7 A 4 yr. old prune orchard,
mixed fftmily 'orchard, good team,
wagon, hnrnes, 2 cows, machinery,
tools and 70 acres in crop. Price $(,
000, will exchange for acreage or
farm in Salem or Albany vicinity.
For Exchange A fine 20 acre tract
2 1-2 miles from Roseburg(, Or., on
fine gravel road, all in high state
of cultivation, 4 room house, good
bam, citv water and good well, 5
acres mixed bearing orchard, most
ly prunes, well fenced, good garden,
fruit ami broccoli land. close to
school and church, in fine thickly
settle! neighborhood and a desirable
home. Price sajoOO, will exchange for
good acreage or good residence prop
erty in or near Sa'iem, what have
you to otter. . Also have other pro
positions in Rosehurg viciuity to ex
change for suburban tracts or Sa
iem : residence property, will be in
Sah-m for the next ten davs. Address
to E. P.. 1'err'uie, Gen Del., Salem,
Some Bargains In Real Estate
A cozy, modern lliin
nuns, fiie place, electric
gas, hath, toilet. Concrete tounoai ion,
large lot. four blocks east of state
hoih-e; prico .fl.lloil.
Another good bargain: good six-ruom
house barn, large lot, 7."o; worth
SUBURBAN HOME CHEAP.
Five and one-half a, res of the very
best of soil, all in crop, guml bunga
low, barn, deep well, young or, 'hard:
on mailt rock roarl. Price $23011;
$ 1:100 cash, balance time.
Close-in 3 acre trad all under culti
vation; juice for few days, $snii;
Strictly modern 2 story bungalow,
two blocks east of state house. Price
Some fine farms on the famous
Howell prairie. $10n per ai re and up.
02 acres, good buildings, 33 acres mi
ner oumvaiion. natance manor anu
pasture-, also a tine tarni !" acres, good
improvements. Price $!,0uo. chuice
'i acres, stock, crop and implements,
good buildings, everything goes nt $03
We Write Fire Insurance.
Houses for Rent, all parts of city.
!'. modern 7 rooins. 21st and Court.
$13. 1010 Slate: modern O rooins
3o."i X. Summer street.
. 1 1 s." street. i rooms,
fl". -"-so P.ellt-wie Mreet. 10. rooms.
. 3is S. 21-t St.. bungalow.
Money to Loan.
List Your Property With
L. BECHTEL & CO.
If You Want to Sell. 347 State St.
The following prices for fruits
and vegetables are those asked by
the wholesaler of the' retailor, and
not what is paid to the producer.
All other prices 'are those paid the
producer. Corrections are made
Cracked corn .
Shorts, per ton
Alfalfa, California; ton
Creamerv butter, per pound 29c
Country butter 20c22c
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs, case count, cash 20(3 20 l-2c
Eggs, trade : 21c
Hens, pound 12c
Roosters, old, per pound 8c
Broilers, under 2 pounds lac
Fork, Veal and Mutton.
Veal, dressed 89e
Pork, dressed 10c
Pork, on foot 7 1-4(5-7 3-4c
Spring lambs,' 1910 7(7 l-2c
Cows 45 l-2c
Bulls 3(5i3 l-2c
Cabbage - $3.50
Cucumbers .'. 50c
String garlic 15c
Potatoes, cwt $1.25(5)1.50
Potatoes, new 3c
Beets i $1.00
Asparagus , .
Carrots, sack, new
Lemons, per box
California grape fruit
Florida grape fruit
Kggs, per dozen, fresh ranch 25c
Sugar, cane ..$8.75
Sugar, beet $8.55
Creamery butter - 35c
FioutV hard wheat $1.40(n 1.50
Flour, valley $1.15125
.. . PORTLAND MARKET
Tortlnnd, Ore., June 24. Wheat:
Red Russian, 83(5 OOe.
Oats: , No. 1 white feed, $20.00(5
Bairley: Feed, $27.50(5 29.00.
Hogs:' Best live, $8.10(58.13.
Prime steers, $7.75.
Fancv cows, $0.50.
Calves, $.$.00. .
Spring lambs, ,$8.50.
Butter: City creamery, 29e.
Country Initter, 27c.
Eggs: Selectel local ex., 21(5 23c.
Hens, 14(514 -2c.
Broilers, 10(5 18c
Geese, 10(5 He.
(Continued from Page Two.)
seen leaving headquarters mid march
ing towards San Antonio and Calieate.
Government. Demands Release
Washington, June 2t. T-trts govern
ment has demanded release (if the ne
captured in the Carrizal
battle and now held bv the Carranzis-
chihuahua Citv. Tt be,-ame
known today that the demand now i
on us way to uiiun.a. wn-uier u
was given Ambassador Arredomlo to
forward, was sent to Consul Rodger.",
then to be given Carranza, or whether
it was made direct from the state de
partment to the Mexban minister of
foreign ai fairs, was not made public.
List of Prisoners
Washinoton. June 21. Tne
and addresses of American
capture, I in the Carrizal fight are:
Will Harris, Atlanta, Ga.
Earnest Lee, Huntington, W. Va.
llarvey M. Lee. Columbus, Ohio.
Elsie Graham. Smith Grove, Ky.
Luther Alexander, Columbus. Tenn.
Lieutenant lloge. P.all.-town. Pa.
Charley Marshall, Lexington.
Joe Oliver, P.rigliton, Ala.
Samuel McDonald corporal K. St.
Frank M. 'livens. Lexington. Ky,
William livens. Chattanooga. Tenn.
Allen Peterson, sergeant, Mer'ulaa,
.-vrcljie Jones, Washington, Or.
William Ware, IiIphu'O.
Ira L. Floyd. Oklahoma ' city. Okla,
James Stokes, trumpeter, Atlanta,
Paul Criizes, Wa-hington, D. '.
Fred Wiliams, St. Louis.
With the exception of Lieutenant
lloge nnd Private Alexander, all men
name I ate of troop K.
Wedding Announcements, In
vitations, and Calling Cards
printed to your order st the
Capital Journal Job office.
at ;.. 80c
Finals To Be Played at Del
Monte Boxing and Other
Del Monte, Cal., .Tune 24. Finals in
the Pucific coast tennis championships
were to be played here today. William
Johnston, national champion, met Oar-
ence Grittin for the men's title, while
Griffin and' Johnston were pitted
against Detrick and Kohlfs for the Del
Monte doubles trophy,
Miss Anita Myers and Miss Helen
Baker are women's doubles champions
of the coast. They defeated Clara Cas
sel and Mrs. J. C. Cushing in the final
round. The mixed doubles were won
by Mrs. Helen Baker and Bowie Detrick
of San Fronciseo, who bent Miss Anita
Myers and J. C. Bohlfs with ease.
The Colonel Declined.
New York, June 24. Frank Moran
invited Colonel Boosevelt to be his
guest next Thursday night when he
fights Jack Dillon. Because of other
engagements the colonel has been
forced to -send his regrets.
When T. B. was president Moran was
quartermaster of the yacht Mayflower,
the executive yacht.
State- to Name Eeferee.
-New York, June 24. Chairman Fred
A. Wenck, of the state boxing commis
sion has proposed a rule whereby the
commission reserves the right to ap
point referees 'for any bout in New York
state. This action comes because of the
invariable dispute which results in the
choosing of referees for every import
Leonard Bests Moran.
New York, June 24. Benny Leonard
gave Vic Moran of New Orleans, a box
ing lesson at the Harlem Sporting club
last night. Moran was outclassed but
was game and stuck.the full 10 rounds.
McAllister Got Draw.
San Francisco', June 24; A wicked
left and an ability to duck haymakers
were responsible todav for Bob McAl
lister getting a draw with Willie Medi
an over the four round route. Many fans
thought Mas won; He kent Median
guessing from start to finish, but tired i
in the final two rounds.
(Continued from Fag One,)
works northwest (if Verdun and the
greater part of the Floury- territory
south of Fort Vaux in yesterday's
fighting, taking 2,073 prisoners, the
war office announcer this' afternoon.
', "East of the Jfyju'sc after .efficient;
artillery preparatiw German'! troops
headed by the Teth,Bavariiin infantry
including a Goenig regiment and the
Bavarian King's Own, made a thrust
upon the Ridge of Froi do Terre and
positions eastward,'' said the official
statement. "The storming Iroops con
quered the armored fortress of Thiau
mont and advancing beyond' captured
the larger fort and ' village of 1'lenry
and gained the terrain t south of the
fortress of Vaux. ' '
"Vp to the present, tliere have been
delivered to concentration points, 2,072
prisoners, among tliem sixty officers.
"On the rest of the front there have
been lively artillery engagements ami
clashes between patrols and flyers.
Near Hauinout, a French seaplane was
brought down in an nir combat. Near
Hlaiuniit. a French biplane was shot
Germans Capture Steamer.
London, June S4. A steamer be
lieved to be the Great Eastern liner
Brussels has been captured by a Ger
man submarine and taken into the Gor
man submarine base at Zeeliruggee, ac
cording to a Lloyd's dispatch from
The Brussels if, a 1,3X0 ton steel twin
screw steamer owned by the Great
Eastern Railway 'company and register
ed at H'arwish. She was built in 1902
nlid is 2M3 feet long with u 34 foot
uerman snoinaiines nave capiureo
I .,,,i,n ,,..,,! in il,,. t'.,,lti,
i 'ft ii-:n,..i, . ti,; ih i i
t of ,j,c (lf ',,, ,,. ,lV
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a submarine so near the English coast.
The Brussels has been plying be
tween Harwich and the Hook id' Hoi
laud. Before thi' war it carried pas
sengers from Harwich to Antwerp.
SCOTT & BYNON'S
These are bargains, everyone, of
them. Chalices to get property for far
less than its actual worth.
Wanted An offer on a down town
residence. The owner has gone east
anil has left instructions to sell his
place for what it will bring. Investi
gate if vou want a good home within
, 3 1-2 blocks of Lmld ii Bush bank.
Twelve ncrcs of fine land for only
1 $siiH. This place is n dandy nnd is
! Worth $I2I"I. Might Hade.
200 ncies finely improved, good
I building's. Owner wants a smaller
I place and will make a verv liberal
' For sale, a good mortgage at a heavy
I Fine Summer street residence to
I trade for smaller place or acreage.
! Have a fine lot ol stock and imple
, meats nn, a lease on a good place
for sale cheap. Owner will exchange
for five acre piece.
Lot for exchange for unto.
Good auto for exchange for stock,
either cattle or horses.
Lot to trade for wood.
Several houses to exchange for
Scott & Bynon
Tel. 937. 12 1 South Liberty St.
Rear Sabni Bank of Commerce,
ORDERED BY COURT
Judge Galloway Outlines
Facts and Orders All
The suit of the Alliance Trust com
pany, et al, vs. tannic L. Hubbard to
foreclose three mortgages, were ut. be-!
fore Judge Galloway again yesterday. '
The history of the case is stated bv him,
as follows: benefited to the extent of $50,942.95 as
Beginning in May, 1912, the Alliance shown by tho figures.
Trust company loaned the defendant at George C. Howard, of Portlnnd, part
different times in all $85,000 taking as'ed with $i,956.40 in behalf of Albert B.
security a mortgage upon all her real Cummins, who, it will be remembered,
property valued at $130,000. Later on had his eye on the republican nomina
she sold her residenco propertv for $30 -1 tion for president. This expenditure
000 of which amount she applied $15,- j
oou upon a mortgage note, or tne trust j
company, leaving a balance due of $70,-1
U00 to run tive years.
L'pon failure to meet the payment of
interest as it beenmo due the trust com-j
pany brings this suit to foreclose the
mortgage and asks in addition to the
usual costs of the suit $o,000 attorney s
As to the claim of the Alliance Trust
company there is no controversy other
than the item of excessive insurance
charges and attorney's fees.
In April, 1914, to meet interest and
taxes past due the dcefnitent borrow
ed of the United States Nationnl bank,
$4,773, hypothecating n part of the rent
al of the Hubbard building to secure
the bank. There is now due on this
note about $1,200 and there is no con
troversy between the defendant and the
United States National bank.
The Contract Changed.
W. M. and C. R. Welch, contractors,
under the name of Welch Bros., in
May, 1912, entered into a flat contract
with the defendant to erect a two etory
building with basement for $39,325. In
September thereafter and before the
completion of the building under the
first contract a supplemental contract
was entered intq to erect two addition
al stories. The contractors to furnish
all materials at actual cost. All labor
and material to be secured to the best
advantage of the defendant. The Welch
Bros, under this last contract to re
ceive as their compensation eight per
cent ot $w),ouo which seems to have
been the estimated cost of the complet
ed building, and there is testimony to
that effect. Welch Bros, allege a set
tlement upon completion of the building
claiming there was due them $9,148.05
for which a mortgage was given upon
the Hubbard building and the defend
ant's farm of 302 acres near this city,
ant's, farm of 202 acres near this city,
terest payments elects to declare the
whole'Ttmount due and bring suit to
foreclose their mortgage, asking $750
as attorney's fees with attendant
costs.-.' - i
' The defendant' answering, allege she
was overcome and that there was no
consideration given for this claim, and
that through fraud and misrepresenta
tion she was induced to sign this sec
The defendant now nske for an item
ized accounting thut this claim may ur
adjusted or cancelled as the evidence
No Itemized Statement.
The court regrets to state that up to
this stage of the proceedings there has
not been a single itemized statement
furnished, nor an attempt to enlighten
the court, other than a general and oft
repeated declaration that a settlement
sometime and somewhere' had been ent
In view of the, importance of this
case and the publicity It has attracted
and for the further fact based upon
the evidence so far given that Mrs.
Hubbard has already paid out in this
transaction over $S(i,000 for a $00,000
building, it is therefore the opinion of
ll.t ,' 'M,l,l
tne court that a full
accounting of all materiul and labor
furnished should be made and it is so
The third mortgage to Mr. Bnyne for
$1,300, being the balance due for t.
tomey's fees charged the defendant '
during the construction of the Hubbard!
Imildiug, is being foreclosed upon ull
the property above described, with costs
and $150 attorney's fees. The defend
ant in this case alleges that there has
been no adequate services rendered nad
asks for nu itemized statement that
this claim may be adjusted or cancelled,
which the. court thinks reasonable and
should be furnished.
Must Itemize All Accounts.
The record shows that Mr. Payne lias
Mi-en Mrs. Hubbard's attorney nnd ad
viser since early in 190S, receiving as
compensation, prior to the erection of
this buildii,g'IO per month, which
the court understands was regularly
paid. After commencing the erection of1
the. building in controversy Mrs. Hub-.
Intird paid her attorney by check $3011,
for legal services, in all a charge of,
$2,000 as attorney's fees in the con-
strio'lion of one building. i
The court is further of the opinion'
that it is a matter of simple justice to ',, '.", " ' '"V ":" '"., on l
the Weld, Bros, to clear ,, m l e,li , '''' ' ". ""' content drop-
, , . ,, . . 1 . . 1
what lit present : seems, to have bee,, , t
shady transact.on ,,, . pigoling ,t , nnd
changing he contracts from a flat to a
om uiss,on basis after the building was
;.h to Mr Bayae an nttorney of this
.uty. nnd officer of tins , -our and who
. r , , ., , " .lars and cents,
defendant for many years, who wrote, ,
alj eonlra-ts, and practically all the
checks for the disbursement of the
large sum expended in the construction
of this building by the deofndnnt, and
for the further fact that he is now nt
torney for the party who-is seeking to
cloe out the Inst .of this ngcj woman's
worldly possessions, it is but simple jus
tice that he, too, should have the op
portunity to make mi itemized state
ment of H-rvk-es rendered, that equal
justice may be done to ull.
Will Release Prisoners.
Washington, June 21. Release of the
50 or more Americans In the Guana
juato colony from f'arranzisin detention
was promised today ,y the Mexico City
authorities, according to a telegram
from Consul liodgers to the stale department.
Cummins Leads With $6,956.
40, Lockwood Tail-Ender
It costs something to be a candidate
f"r office successful or otherwise.
This fact is uiaile patent in the of-
riciul statement ot candidate for ,iust
issued bv the department of state.
Printers, spell-binders, railroads and
other purveyors to aspirants for office
is probably the most lavish of any made
in tne state, me other extreme is:
represented by Charles E. Lockwood
also ot Portland, who ran for the re-
'publican nomination and conducted a
campaign which cost him just 10 cents,
It cost Charles B. Moores and his
backers $1,904.92 to have Moores snow-
ed under while Ben Olcott won on an ex
penditure of $1,221.55 by himseU' and
George E. Waters.
Marion county candidates financed
their campaigns to the extent shown in
the following tables:
For Supreme Court Justice.
George H. Burnett, $31.34; Frank A.
Representative in Congress.
W. C. Hawley, $102.50.
Delegate to National Convention.
B. L. Steeves, $15.
For Eepresentative First District.
Edward H. Belknap, of Marion coun
Sam H, Brown, of Marion county,
Thomas Brown, of Marion county,
- W. Al
Elgin, of Marion county,
Jones, of Marion county,
Jones, of Marion county,
of Marion county,
Ivnn G. Martin, of Marion countv.
H. F. Mclnturff, of Marion county,
Mrs. Alice H. Page, of Marion coun
Ben E. Robertson, of Marion county,
t'red W. Scheurer, of Marion county,
For Judge of Circuit Court Third
Geo. G. Bingham, of Marion county,
rercy u. h.elly, of Linn county,
Elisha P. Morcom, of Marion countV.
r Myron E. Pogue, of Marion' county,
Wm. Galloway, of Mfarion county,
T. A. Eiuehart, of Marion county,
For District Attorney Marion County,
u. H. Larson, of . 'Marion county,
unx ueninar, ot Marion county.
Keyes. of Marion county,
Blaine McCord, of Marion
0l,.V O. Smith, of Marion county,
C, Winslow, of Marion county
THE MOST PROFITABLE
mi- mi ,rour on me increase per
acre inch pver the total nnuiial cost
of irriguttmi in dollars wives (he m,.t
, Tl. ..... .....
I 1 , . " .v.. -
:"ls0'"te !' j'"!'" the
most economical use of irrigation,"
says V. L. Powers, irrigation and
drainage Specialist at'O.'A. :). "The
ui oioiii, in iiouars on t ie infreu,
f" "''- ineii tor tne crop is the real
,, ,rr,a""" proiits."
; ' ",",,r"'? "''"jr l money crop; have
,i-ii relatively inrge returns per
acre inch of water used. At the sta
tion here the most, economical yield
was secured with two or three inches
of water in wet season or with five or
six inches of water in dry season. The
best returns have been secured when
this water was applied in two or threo
applications so us to maintain a uni
form moisture coutent and keep the
plans growing at a uniform rate.
Very economical returns liavn been
seemed by applying the water when
the moisture content drooped to the
"" n'".tl 1,1 ,h" " Tl'c
I',,..,,,, no-ice-,- iii u ory year
was securod from the use of three one
inch irrigations, ulllioiigh the great
est total profit was secured from the
use ot two three mcli Irrigations np
plied when the moisture content drop-"
pe, from the used of one three inch
irrigation (oi dry alfalfa sod and from
pel ;o the -il per cent point on the ir-
-. f f
reiving one two inch il'ri-
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THE WEEK'S CASUALITIES
Three men were killed and 277 in
jured during the week of June Pi to
2.', as reported to the state industrial
accident commission. Those fatally
injured were Ed Kelly of Skoinocka
wnv, Wash., and E. ,1. Lyster of Buy
City, loggers, and ,1. A. Simpson of
Buxton, a qiiarivniau.
Of the men figuiiug in the accidents
210 were subject to the terms of the
compensation uct, while II were from
firms and corporations which Ikivc re
jected its provisions.
Tell your neighbor of the sat-
lsfactlon of reading the Cap-
Expect a Thousand To Be la
Line 250 Coming From
Portland Fine Program
Not far from a thousand loyal Moos
will be in the big parade to be held ,
down town this' evening at 7 o'clock.
Three hands will be in the line aid en-'
thusiasm will run high.
F'rom Portland some 250 members of
the order will arrive oa tho 4 o'clock
train while the Corvallis delegation cam
not get in the city before 7, just in i
time to take their places in the line
up. The Oregon City Mooso will brine
their band with them and another band '
is coming from Corvallis. Portland may .
bring still another. Hcbel's Cherrybuds
have been secured by the Snlem men
to tliere will be lots of music.
This afternoon all organizations now
in town will parade the streets but
there are many who will not arrive ia
time for this and they will be seen in
the big demonstration tonight.
At the initiation to be held follow-in
tho evening parade, the local lodge ex
pects to get at least 150 new members.
As soon as out pf town delegations ar .
rive they will busy themselves lining up
friends who would make good Mooaa
and these will be taken into tho fold
this evening. Just to leave everyonn J
happy and to p'rove that Salem hospi-,
tulity is something to be reckoned with ,
a monster banquet is to be served at :
the Moose hall following the initiation. ,
Governor Witbvcombe is scheduled
for an address and Miss Estclle Wilson,
the Moose candidate lor Cherry fair
queen will follow. The jprogram ?on-
lams iiiese nuuioeru:
The degree staff which conducts the
initiation includes Sen; A. W. Ortonv
dictator, Portland; B. E. Yeomens, vice
dictator, past supreme distator of Ore.
gon; Charles It Glos, past dictator, su
preme dictator of Oregon; Rev. J. K.
N. Bell, prelate, Corvallis: Judge Allen
Joy, orator, Portland.
Street parade at 4, p. m. Forms at
Twelfth and State streets.
Initiation. at 8 p. m.
Banquet following initiation.
Toastinaster, Ernest Blue.
"Patriotism of Fraternal Ordere.M
His Ex., Governor James Withycomba,.
Duet, Miss Estello Wilson, "The
Moose Nightingale," and Miss Mable
"Municipality Plus Fraternity,"
Acting Mayor J. A. Mills.
"Spiritual Blessings of Our Order,",
Col. J. A. Baldwin, prelate. ,
Hcbel's Cherry Bud band, the official
Moose band, Selection. A , j
"Loyal Moose Win," Judgo Robert
O. Morrow, Lodge L'91, Portland. )
Vocal solo, Miss Leita Hayes, Miasj
Vclmn Huyes, accompanist. ti
"Our Pioneer Moose," Hon. Chas. H.I
Glos, supreme distator 61 Oregon. i
Orchestra, Selection. ' '
"Our Queenly and, Lovable Wo-,
men,' ' Judge W. W. Gutens, Lodgo 291,;
Impersonation, "Old Black Joe," B.
"Cherry City Lodge No. 498, and the
Cherry Fair Queen," Donald W, Miles.
Charley Chaplin Dauce, -Xouis and.
Miss Frances Goldberg. i
"Our Principles Are Onr Fortress,'
Walter L. Toozo.
Vocal solo, Albert Egan.
'"Our Emblem Meuns Unity," Judge.
L. J. Adams, Silverton lodge, the homd
of Homer Davenport. I
"In Organisation Tliere is Strength, '
T. A. Ratcll'ffe,- national organizer. '
"The Defending Circle," Dr. Bell,
"One for All and All for One,"
ouuge joy, rornanci Lodge 201.
As Pershinsf Looks Now
In Field In Mexico
This photogrnpll of Brigadier General
John J. Pershing commanding the Unit
ed States Troops in Mexico, was niu,h
recently in thut country. General Persh.
ing and his stuff, with a large force of
men, are nt Colonial Dubluii, Mexico, in
temporary field headquarters, according
to the most recent reports
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