Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, July 10, 1916, Page NINE, Image 9

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CHIE0PRA0T10-SPINOLOOIST
DR. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practic's Fountain He id, Davenport
Iowa. If you bare tried everything
and got no relief, try Chiroprac
tic spinal adjustments and get well
Office 400-7-8 U. S. National Bank
Building. Phone Main 87. Residence
Main 82S-R.
DENTISTS.
DR. O. A. OLSON, Dentist Adminis
ters nitrous ozid and oxygen gas.
Boom 214. Masonic Temple. Phone
440. Sateni, Oregon,
FOB SALE
FOR- SALE Barn frame. 10x10 and
12x12, about 7000 feet. 35.00. Opposite-S
P. freight depot. julylO
NOT Quite a gift, but, ns T have de
cided to return to my home in the
"ast, I will sell my house and lot
for $"i00. Throe Hundred cash, bal
ance easy terms. Inquire of Square
Deal Eenlty Co. Telephone 470.
HAVE 1 acres of land close to city
limits will trade for property of
same value in Salem, or for less val
ue for difference in cash or good
note on reasonable time. Ask the
Square Deal company. Phone 470.
A FINE FARM Of 73 acres, near a
live town where market conditions
ore excellent; good crop, on macad
amized road, good buildings, fruit,
garden, spring water piped to build
ings; price with crop, $100.00 per
ncre Might consider some trade
Square Peal Renltv Co., 202 V. S.
Hank Bid?. julylO
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Good Real Estate Security.
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bank. Salem, Oregoo
MONEY TO LOAN I have made ar
rangements for loaning eastern
money, will make very low rate of
interest on highly improved farms
Homer H. Smith, room S McCornack
Bldg, Salem, Ore. Tine 96.
LODGE DIRECTORY
l. O. D. W. Protection Lodge. No. 2,
Meets every Monday evening nt 8 In the
McCornnck hull, corner Curt and Liberty
streets. K. O. Donaldson, M. W. ; 8. A,
McFadden, recorder; A. L. Brown,
financier.
BALEM LODGE No. 4. A. F. ft A. M
Btated communications first Friday In
each month lit 7 :30 p. m. in the Masonic
Temple, ( lias. McCarter, W. M. ; S. Z,
Culver, secretary,
BALEM HUMANB SOCIETY D. D. Keeler,
president; Mrs. l.ou Tillson. secretary. All
cases of cruelty or neglect of dumb ani
mals should be reported to the secretary
(or Investigation.
CENTRA!, I.onnn, No. 18. K. of P. Mc
Cornnck building. Tuesday evening of
ach week tit 7 :!U). J. ('.. lleltzel, C. C. ;
W. B. Gilson. K. of II. and 8.
B. N. OF A. "Oregon Crop Cnmp." No.
1360, meets every Thursday evening Id
HcCornack building. Court and Liberty
streets ; elevator. Mrs. Sylvia Schanpp,
1791 Market, oracle; Mrs. Melissa Per
sons, recorder, 1200 North Commercial.
1'bone 1430-il.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Ore
gon Cedar Camp, No. B24tf, meets every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock In lie
Cornack hall, corner Court and Liberty
streets. Elevator service. Geo. Uelnohl,
V. C. ; J. A. Wright, clerk.
CBADWICK ClIAVTEIt, No. S?, O. B. 8.
Regular meeting every first' ana third
Tuesday at 8 p. m. In the Masonic Tem
ple. Minnie Mueller, V. M. ; Ida M.
Babcock, secretary.
WOODMEN OF TIIE WORLD Meet every
Friday night st 8 o'clock In McCornack
block, G. VY. Ilis-ous, C. C; L. S. Geer
clerk, 607 Court street, fksne 503.
DB MOI.AT COMMANDER1!. No. 0, K. T.
Regular concinre ourin i-rmay in racu
month at 8 o'cloek. p m.. In Muaonlc Tem
pi'. Sojourning Sir Knights are conrte
onsly Invited to meet wlili us Lot L.
t'earce, t. v., rraua lurner, mwun.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assembly,
Nn R4. meets everr Wednmday at 8 p. m.
tn Moose hall. C. O. Matlock, M. A;
C. 'Z. Randall, secrflsry. Salem Bank of
Commerce. -
BODSON COnNl'IL. No. 1. It. A 8. M
Btated assembly line airniaay in racu
month. Masonic Temple. N. 1. Rasmus- i
en. Thrice Illustrioua Master ; Glenn C 1
Mies, recorder. - j
BALEM COfNCIL NO. 2022 Knights sn
l-adlrs of Secnrlty iieets every 2nd and
4th Wednesday each month at Hurst Hall.
Visiting members are Invited to attend.
L F. Walton, fluaacler, 480 8. 14th 8L
PACIFIC LODGE No. 30, A. F. A. M.
Stated communications third Friday
la each month at 7 :30 p. m. In the
Masonic Temple. Hal V. Bolsm, W. 1L ;
RroMt H. Chiiare. secretars.
Try Capital Journal Wast Ads.
BOOB," Wakes up
How the Organized Common
People of Russia Bridged
Disasters Following War
By William Philip Siiiuns i
( I'nited Press staff correspondent)
I'etrograd, .Tune 12. (By mail)
Slowlyrlike a giant getting under way,
Russia, bucked by her plain people, is
gathering strougth. Todnjy, working
for her. she has an army of them fifty
million strong.
This is not sob-sister hysteria. It is
truth.
The Russian war is the people's war.
With their incalculable fortitude the
people are backing up the army in a
way peculiar to them nnd not to le
found in any other cjuntry of Europe.
In England and France lor instance.!
the governments are co-operating with
industrial corporations and bunkers j
MISCELLANEOUS
EEDTJCED FREIGIIT RATES To and
from all points east, on all household
floods, pianos, etc. Consolidated car
Old service. Capital City; Transfer
flnmnanv. airent9 for Pacific Coast
Forwarding company, jui oouio jom-1
niereial street. Phone Main 933
General Feed
Small Livery
an
Btabla,
C. W. TRAIN
854 Ferry. Psoas 181
OSTEOPATH
DRS. B. n. WHITE and R. W. WAL
TON -Osteopathic physicians iml
nerve specialists. Graduates of Amer
lean school of Osteopathy, Kirksville
Ho. Post graduate nnd specialized i:
nerve diseases it Loa Angeles college.
Treat acute and chronic diseases.
Consultation free. Lady attendant.
Office o03-n00 U. P. Nationnl Bank
Building. Phone 859. Residence 340
North Capital street. Phone 46!.
SCAVANOER
3ALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos,
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phont Alain
2247. Residne 2272.
THERAPEUTICS
WELTMER SYSTEM Of suggestive
'Therapeutics practiced by Dr. W. T.
Tompkins, 8. T. Most powerfuL nat
ural and successful treatment known
to science for the relief and cure of
headache, stomach, liver and kidney
trouble; rheumatism, constipation,
infantile paralysis and all female
complaints, heart, lung and throat
troubles; all diseases of the eye; can
cer, goitre, epilepsia, asthma, nerv
ousness or any chronic disease. Sug
gestive therapeutics properly applied
to a diseased body is positive, sure
and permanent in its results. Hours
9 to 12 a. m, 1 to 5 p. m., phone
091. Office rooms 1, 2 and 3 Biyne
Bid? 341 State St., Salem, Oregon.
UNDERTAKERS
WEBB CLOUGH CO C. B. Webb.
A. M., Clougb morticians and funeral
directors. Latest modern methods
known to the profession employed
499 Court St. Main 120, Main 9388.
BIGDON-RICHARDSON CO. Funeral
directors and undertakers, 252 North
High street. Dav and night phone
183.
WATER COMPANY
SALEM WATER COMPANY Of fict
corner Commercial and Trade streets
For water service apply at offics
Bills psvablw monthly in advancs.
L M. HUM
Care of
YICKSOTONG .
Chinese Medicine and
Tea Company
Has medicine which will
cure any known disease.
153 South High Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 283
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1916.
when the sure idea thing explodes
to the exclusion of well-defined citi
zen's groups thus keeping the nation
and the army supplies.
in Russia the government mid army
also co-operate with these. But they
co-operate witn an organized people.
too, tnrougli non-political groups which
have been formed nil over the country
citizen's associations, co-operative
societies, peasants' unions mid whoso
nim is but to serve Russiu.
Then there is n Central committee,
composed of civilians, to co-ordinate
tlie efforts of the groups and take the
nrmv 's orders.
some 0f'the fifty millions are at
tlip frnl.t :,. uniforms, under arms.
DtherH are back of the lines drilling to.nev troubles. I'se Doan's Kidnev Pills
I no to the front. The rest are scattered j
all over the Russian empire working
at their jobs, big or little, but for the
nation. They are farmers nnd mer
chants, tailors and chemists, bootmak
ers ami doctors, druggists and nurses,
seamstresses and carpenters, machinists
nnd plain dnv laborers all mobilized
just as eiiecmei, su mi a .- ik
on the war is concerned, as the tore
most soldiers in the foremost trenches.
The citizen 's organizations for- aid
ine th country and the nrmy are lit-
orally hundreds in number but the ma
jority or these enn nc uuiu-neu miner
one or the other four general mimes.
Then there is the municipality un
ion, grouping the work of Russian cit
ies. Next is the war trade committee.
Lastly the co-operative union whose
membership includes over 30,000,1100
peoples, mostly peasants, and whose
activities effect in one way or another
more than half the population of the
Russian empire.
So it is putting it very conservative
ly to say that, counting soldiers and
those backing up the soldiers, Russia
hns fifty million souls toiling to fetch
her home n victory.
In order that the work of these or
ganizations may clash as little ns pos
sible there is n central committee sit
ting permanently, week days and Sun
day.' in n bnililimr to itself here in
lVtrogiud. When the government lias
need of this or that for the army, or
for refugees, or for Its organization
lmi.k of the fiirhtiiig lines, it can lind
nvor fhe vnst resources at its i
otnmunil,
with its wires reaming out into tne
furthermost comers of the empire, sees
at a glance wlint enn oe none aim um-s
it, quickly nnd efficiently.
There is not a single branch of hu
man endeavor not at the beck and call
of these citizens' . organizations, iinu
through them available the central
committee and the government, ah
the sciences, art, trades nnd occupa
tions have been mobilized in this way.
Thev are ever ready to provide any
thing from fresh milk for babies to
high explosives for the nriny.
The whole world knows that Russia
lucked sufficient munitions at the
start of the war. So did. the other al
lies. Hut the difference between Rus
sia and them was this: They were
great industrial countries and she wus
not.
Russia could not remedy this in
dnv. Nor even in a year. Germany
hail liiitl for a long time practically a
fiiouopoly on manufactured articles,
ciiemiculs and so forth ill Russia and r
ns former Premier Count Kokavtsow,
pointed out this had proved a positive
curse t the empire. When the war
came on. severini: nil relations with
Russia and her toriner sources of sup
nlies. she felt a iiim-h.
The worst of -this situation as far
as Russia was concerned; was that it
could not be quickly remedied. De
pending on Germany for manufactur
ed' articles, she lacked machinery to
To Avoid Dandruff
I You do not want a alow treatment
I rhin hair ia fnllinff flnit thf rinnrlrnff
germ is killing the hair roots. Delay
means no hair.
(iet, at any drag store, a bottle ot
temo for 25c or $1.00 for extra large
size. Use as directed, for it does the
work quickly. It kills tbe dandruff germ,
nourishes the hair foots and immediately
stops itching scalp. It is sore and safe,
is not greasy, is easy to ose and will not
stain. 8oaps and shampoos are harm
ful, as they contain alkali. Tbe best
thing to iue is xemo, for it is pure and
sUso inexpensive.
Zeuio, Cleveland.
make thcml Buying nearly all her
chemicals from Teutonic drummers, she
could not iincdintely start manufactur
ing tiie herself. And so on.
Which brings us to this: The Rns-
sian people, through their organiza
tions, have accomplished near-miracle,
and are still accomplishing them, mak
ing up for past detects. Through their j
combined wits and resources, clear on
down through to the furthermost peas-:
ant of Sibenu, tiiey have bridged what
otherwise might have been disaster.
The story of some of these citizen
organizations, how Ihev enme into--be-
nig, now tnev worn ami tne extent on
their utility for the public good, will
e told
in subsequent articles.
A USEFUL PAIN
Salem People Should Heed Its Warning
Have you a sharp pain or a dull ache
across the small of your back? Do you
realize that it's often a timely sign of
kidney weakness? Prompt treatment is
a safeguard Bgtinst more serious kid-
Protit by a Salem resident's Cxperi
ence. '
C. C. White, barber, 1046 Mission St.,
Sulem, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills are
all right, i know that from experience,
for I have been taking them otf and
on tor a number of vears and they
hive never failed to do the work.
Standing in one position so much was
hard on my back and kidneys. At
times, I could hardly nt-ind up straight.
After J hail tuken a, box or two ot
Doan's Kidney Pills,' my back felt as
strong as ever.'
Price iiOc; at IhII dealers. Donrt
simply ask for i kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills tiie same that
Mr. White hud. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
Grazing Survey Completed
On Wallowa National Forest
The completion of the grazing survey
on the Wallowa National Forest is an
nounced today by- District Forester
George If. Cecil, Portland, Oregon. This
work lias been goiiijj on for three field
seasons. The entire Forest was covered
at a rost of 4-5 of one cent per ncre.
This survey included the preparation
of a inn p showing the topogrnphie fea
tures, the locution and extent of the
different types of range, such ns weed,
grass, brush, and timber areas, ns well
as the location of nil water mid tin
It also indicates the kind of stock for
which each unit of range . is best
adapted.
The object of the survey was to ob
tain data for the preparation of scien
tific grazing pluus by which, Forest
Service experts snv, the cnrrvlne
capacity of the range will be greatly
increased. In Iiil i, thirteen thousand
more head of cattle ami horses grazed
on the National Forests of Orcgun and
Washington than during the 191 1 graz
ing season, and according to Forest of
ficers, it is necessary to develop the
ranges to their fullest capacity to take
care of this increasing demand fur
forage. ,
The practical value of scientific
range management is clearly shown by
its operation on the Milium National
Forest in eastern Oregon. A grazing
survey was made of this Forest in 1912,
and grazing plans, based on the in
formation thus obtained, were put in
operation. The Ilig Creek cattle and
horse range on the Minam barely car
ried 1200 head of stock in 1912 and
was dcterorating annually. 'This sea
son 2000 head, an increase of 00 2-3
per cent over 1912, have been author
ized for this one range, and there is
said to be Brass to spare. A careful
system of salting and distribution is in
effect on the Big ( reek range.
It is believed by the: expeftK.tn
cli b rue that when all the grazing land
of tho National Forests of .Washington
and Oregon is under scientific manage
ment, which grazing surveys make pos
sible, its carrying capacity will ho in
creased t least 25 per cent.
We Chalfefc&s you to$et
Belter results ttan wecan $vf
Ijou with a little Want Ad
iry one lo -morrow.
TUT MADVTTC
iiili mminiiii;
The following prices for fruits
and vegetables are those asked by
the wholesaler of the retailer, and
not what is paid to the producer.
All other prices 'are those paid the
producer,- Corrections are made
daily.
Portland commission houses have
been In vicinity of Salem buying poul
try, resulting iu a slight advance, with
quotations today at 13 and 13 1-2 cents
Veal is on the upgrade and today
the price is as high as 10 1-2 cents.
Watermelons arc cheaper and enntn
loupes higher.
Although the Chicago market reports
an advance of several cents for iiurd
whent the price of valley remains the
same, with 80 cents ns the top.
Omuna.
Wheat 80c
Oats 40c
Rolled barley 35.00
Corn $39.00
Cracked corn $40.00
Bran 27.00
Shorts, per ton $30.00
Alfalfa, California, ton ....$20.00
i .Butte. ..-'--..'
Buttcrfat ; 20c
Creamery butter, per pound ......29c
Country butter . 20c22e
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs, case count, cash 2020 l-2c
Eggs, trade 21c
Hens, pound 13(l:t l-2c
Roosters, old, per pound 8c
Broilers, under 2 pounds 1'"'
Pork, Veal and Mutton. -
Venl, dressed 1OI0 l-2c
Pork, dressed 10(5j10 1-2c
I'ork, on foot :.. 7 l-2c8c
Surinir lumbs. 1010 7fti 7 l-2c
Steers 5c(ff0c
Cows 4(S5c
Bulls 3r)3 l-2c
Ewes 44 l-2c
Wethers 6c
Vegetables.
Tomatoes, California
Cahhngo
Cucumbers
String garlic
Potatoes, cwt
Potatoes, new
Beets
.... I.O0
.. (3.00
60c
15c
.... $1.75
(52 l-zc
1.00
Radishes
Green onions
Green peppers
Green pcus
Carrots, sack, new
Carrots, dozen
Onions, California
40s
40s
25c
3(S4c
tl.73
40e
$3.50
10c
2.00
75c(51.00
4.00
5.50(H)6.00
Deans, green and wnxed
Fruits.
Watermelons
Peaches
Oranges, Valencies
Lemons, per box
Cantaloupes
3.00;3.50
Bananas, pound
California grape fruit . . .
M
2.50
$0.00
8c
Florida grape truit
Pineapples
Honey
13.50
Strawberries ...
Cnerrics. .....
California plums
$1.25(51.50
il.50
1.50
$1.75
Apricots ........
Bslall Prices.
Ken, vtt dozen, fresh ranch 25c
Sugar, cane $8.75
Sugar, beet $8.55
Creamery butter 35c
Flour. Iiarrt wheat si.iwa i.uu
Flour, , valley: ... , fl.l 5 1 25
' PORTLAND MARKET.
' Fortlund, Or., duly 10.
Wheat- cbib nilc
niuestem 9(1 l-2c . . .
Furtyfold 7c
lied Russian Hlie
Outs No. 1 white feed L..'0
llnrlev, feed 27.30
Hogs," best live" H.80
Prime steers S
Fnnev cows ii..i0
Hpring lumbs S.2."
Butter city creamery 29c,
Country butler 27c
Kggs selected local ex. 2tc
Ileus 14(?rl4 l-2c
Broilers IHtalHe
Oeese lOrallc
Journal New Today Ads da
ft liver the goods.
-
By Mori.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
Classified Business
Telephone Directory
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
Taltpteu
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL
Salem EleetrU Co, Masonls Temple, 127 North High ICala ltM
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING
T. II. Barr, 164 South Commercial street Mala 1M
- TRANSFER AND DRAY AGE
Salem Truck k Dray Co., corner State ana front streets
Dry Zensal
Moist Zensal
TRAVELERS' GUIDE
SOUTHERN PACIFIC.
NOItTH IIOCNO
No. 16 Oregon Express 5:00 s. nv
No. Uf Eugt-ne Limited 3 :02 p. m,
No. S!K Willamette Limited. . . 0 :'-!-' a. m.
No. 12 tihaata Limited 11:55 a.m.
No. 18 Portland I'assenger ... 1:27p.m.
No. 20 Portland Passenger. . . 5 :I10 p. m.
No. 14 Portland Express 8:04 p.m.
No. 222 Portland fast Freight 10:30 d. m.
No. 22U Local way Freight. .. .10 :3o a. m.
BOUTU BOUND
No. IS California Express.... 8 :82 am.
No. 17 Roseburg Pasaenger ..11:20 a.m.
Ns. 23 Eugene Limited 10:Ola.m.
No. 1!) Cottage (irove Pass. . .4:10 p. m.
Makes connection with No, 74 ueer
brunch.
No. 11 Shaata Limited 5:43p.m.
No. 27 Willamette Limited... :10p. m.
No. 1.1 Han Francisco Express 10 :30 p. m.
No. 221 Sun Francisco Fast
Freight iz :ui s. m.
No. 225 Local way Freight . . . 1 1 :40 a. m.
Htiau urns i.i.ss.
No. 73 Arrives at SaJem 9:15s. tn.
lo. 70 Leaves Salem' :oo a. m.
No. 75 Ar. Salrm (mixed) 2 :00 p. m.
No. 74 Leave Salem 4:20 p.m.
No connection south sr beer.
Ri.au. Falls Citt sxn Wsstsb.
No. Nil Lv. Halem. motor 7 :00 s. m.
No. 103 Lv Salem, motor 9:45 a.m.
No. Ivo I'V. paiem lur uonmouin
and Alrlie u :ia. m.
No. 107 Lv. Salem, motsr .... 4:00p.m.
Kn inn I.v. Halim. motor 8 :15 D. m,
No. 230 Wsy Fr't lv. Bslem.... 6:00s. m.
No. 1U2 Ar. Salem 8 .40 a. m.
Nn. nil Ar. Ha km 11:10a. m.
No. WO Ar. Halem :iop. m.
No. 108 Ar. Halem 8:00 p. m,
No. 170 Ar. Salem 7 :45 p. m
No. 240 Way tr t sr. eaiem... i;w(. m.
OREGON ELECTRIC RA1LWAI CO.
NOSTM BOUND
Train No.
.... 2 Owl ...
Lv. Salem
Ar. Portland
4 :35 a. m.
7 :15 a. m.
9 :45 s. m.
... 6 :ao a. m.
. . . 9 .25 a. m.
,.10 Limited ....11:35 a.m.
.... 12 11 :85 p. m.
.... 14 4:OOp.m.
, . 10 Limited ... 5 :50 p.m.
. . . . 29 7 :50 p. m.
22 10:00 p.m.
SOUTH BilUHD
11 :2 a. m.
1 :45 p. m.
4 .00 p. m.
B :37. p. m.
7:53 p. m.
POBTUMD TO HiLXM
Lv. Portland.
Ar. Salem
6:45 s. m.
8:23 a. m.
... 8:53. .
8 Limited
..(Salem only)
....10:11 S. m.
Orpet Case May Go
To the Jury Ihursday
Courtroom, Waukegnn, III., 'July 10.
The tragedy of Tfelms wood was de
tailed again today to the jurors trying
Will Orpet for Murion Lambert s mur
ler. Opening the closing arguments for
the state, Assistant grilles Attorney
Runvard declared evidence had shown
beyond a reasonable doubt that Or)et
murdered Marion.
Three lawyers arc to speak for each
side. The case probably will go to the
jury Thursday.
Celeste Youker, the girl for whom
Orpet spurned Marion, was said today
NINE
M. Burger.;
Msla T
The fact that Zensal is made
to reach the two distinct
types of Eczema should ap
peal to all skin sufferers.
Tetter, salt rheum and dry
eczema should . be treated
with Dry Zensal. For weep
ing skin use Moist Zensal.
50c a jar at
CENTRAL PHARMACY
10 :40 a. m. .
2 :03 p. m.
4 :40 p. m. .
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Ar. Balsas
. 6 :87 p. as,
Ar. Balaai
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... 17 Local .
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HOBTB BOUSO
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SOUTH BOUND
Lv. Csrvalils
4 :10 p. m. .,
Lv. Eugene.
7 :sa a. m. . .
1 .50 p. m. .
fi :25 p. m. . ,
12:03 p. m. .
Lv. Halem
Ar. Bngeas
, . S :60 a. as.
2 :00 a. m.
7 :10 a. m.
21 Owl ...
... 63
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10:13 a. m.
Lv. Halem
12:05 p. m.
B LLmltea
.,12.25p av
Ar. Alb
7 l:60D.aa.
8tops at Corrallls
Ar. AlbMt
6:20p. av
Ar. Albans.
:4B p. sv
Ar. Ehgeos
IS uV)p . av
Lv. Salem.
4 :23 p. m.
Lv. Haleas
6:40 p. m
Woodhub Local Dailt Excarr Bowiuts
No. 64 Leaves Salem 1 :40 p. sv
No. 63 Arrives la Haissi :25 p. sv
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Lv. Corrallls
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Lv. Salem
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4 :25 p. m.
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6 :40 p. D. .
Ar. Hslast
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.. 1:48 p. av
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Ar. Corrallls
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Oregon City Tranapsrtstuin Company
Leave Portland for Orvgoo City, Buttevllls,
Newberg. Mlsaloa (St. Paul), Wheatniaa,
Salem (dally except Sunday) ..6:43 a. sv
Leave Portland for Independence.
Albany-Corvallls, (Tues., Thurs., Sat.)
s ... 8:48 a, SB.
Returning
Corvalll 8 s. m Moa., Wad., rrt.
Albany 7 a. tn. Moa., Wed., rrt.
Independence.... a., m Moo., We, rrl.
Salrm 10 a. m. Moa., Wed., rrU
Salem 6 a. m. Tues., Thurs., Bat,
to be preparing to sue State's Attor
ney Daily for return of her love let
ters to Orpet. These letters, seized by
Daily after OTpet 's arrest, were not
useil at the trial.
Miss Youker, it was said today had
made arrangements to return to tha
stute normal school at Pekalb. Ill-,
next fnll to resume her teaching. Sha
is an instructor iu science there.
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