Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, August 29, 1916, Page TWO, Image 2

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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, AUfl. 29, 1916.
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Words ypillnot tell the Qharm of
Schilling sTea,nor the subtle difference
in its four
Each taste Japan, English Breakfast, Ceylon?
Oolong is distinEl, different. And one of them is
the taste that will make you tea-happy t If you will
send ten cents, we will mail you the Taste Packet "
the simplest, surest way to pick your kind of tea.
It contains four parchmyn envelops of the four taste
types enough to make five or six cups of each kind.
A Schilling Comtanh333 Second Street
San Francisco
Schillings Tea
SJd through groars 9ty, Standard padages, 8-oz. and l -IK
JTea!
ScJiillinc i
C Bert
Ceylon
Band Concert at
WiHson Park Tonight
Program band convert at Willson
Park Tuesday, Aug. 2lth nt 8 p. m.,
by Salem Municipal band.
II. N. Stoudenmeyer, director.
1 March, "Willard's Triumphal."
Chenetto
B Overture. "William Tell." ....
Bossini
8 Concert Walt, "Wedding of the
Winds." Hall
4 Comio Opera Selection, "Mile.
Modiste." Herbert
8 Vocal Solo, "In the Garden of
My Heart." Bull
Mrs. Uallie Hinges,
(a) Novelty, "A Garden Dance."
Vargas
(b) Intermezzo, "Eleanor." ....
Deppon
Rostein & Greenbaum
DRY GOODS, SHOES, MILLINERY, CLOTHING
Hop Pickers Supplies
Canvass Gloves, Good Grades, 3 pairs for 25c
Leather Gloves, 25c a nair
Men's and Boys' Over
alls, Men's and Boys'
Overshirts, Straw Hats,
7c, 15c, 25c
Percales, Ginghams,
Denims, Shirtings,
Toweling, yard 5c
3 lb. Cotton Batts. . 50c
10c Outing Flannel, white, pink or blue SJjC
Yard Wide White Outing Flannel, yard ....... 10c
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
Early Fall Hats, great variety, . Velvets, Flowers,
Feathers and Shapes, Reasonable Prices.
240 and 246 COMMERCIAL STREET
taste - types
.
7 Medley of Airs, '.'Songs of tho
Nation." Arr by I.ampe
S "Hungarian Fantasia." ,. Tobani
' 9 Exuerpts from "The Sho-Gun."
I.uderB
10 March (new), "Morning Lend
er." Uuff
Philadelphia courts last year forced
3,832 men to support their wives.
Price of Rubber Seduced 1-2
With the price of crude rubber
climbing, the price of new live
ltubber Heels regularly sold
at 50c are going to be sold at
2."c next FRIDAY ONLY at
t THE PRICE SHOE CO. :
Children's Coveralls,
blue striped denims 50c
Boys' Overalls, :i - 9, 35c
Black Sateen Bloomers
25c
Sweaters 50c
Blankets, pair 75c
Blankets, big sizes at
. . $1.25 and $1.00 pair
$0 C
By ALINE
Senator and Mrs. C. P. Bishop are be
ing welcomed home after a three
months sojourn in the East. They re
turned last night and liare had an in
teresting and delightful trip. En route
home the Bishops visited in Washing
ton, Yellowstone Park and Pendleton,
While in Pendleton they were the
guests of their son and , daughter-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bishop,
Mrs. David Kyre and children, Ho
vena and David, Jr., returned today
from Nye Beach, where they have been
spending tne summer.
They were accompanied by Mr. Eyre,
who joined his family Wednesday, for
a few days outing before their return
Sunday the members of the Spanish
War Veterans and the Ladies Auxiliary
motored to Selnh springs for a picnic,
The party left Salem early and en
joyed the day at the springs.
Those participating " were: Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Kumrow and family, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Landon, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles McKinley and children, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Brant and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Iinthicum and son, Mr. and
Mrs. Leroy Hewlett and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. John .Seymour and children,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Chenoweth and fam
iiy, Mr. and Mrs. Quail of Silverton
and tarl Rose.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hughes and
small son, John, left tne first of the
week for an outing at Iscwport.
Mrs. William Thielsen, who has been
visiting relatives in Portland is ex
pected home today.
Mrs. E. M. Beveridgc entertained in
formally Saturday afternoon at her
home aailO Cherry avenue, iler guests
were the members of the O. A. R. and
the afternoon was rounded out by re
fresh men ts. The hostess was assisted
by Mrs. Anna Fitch and Mrs. A. J,
Anderson. An array of asters and
sweet peas were used to decorate the
rooms.
Those present were: Mrs. Ashby
Whito, Mrs. Anna Fitch, Mrs. A. J.
Anderson, Mrs. H. LaFolIctt, Mr. and
Mrs. F. Holt, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Neer,
Mr. and Mrs. .1. Piatt, Mrs. Emma
Thompson, Levi Stewart, J. D. Smith.
J. J. Worster and L. L. Porter.
Mrs. W. 0. Asseln, Mrs. Chester
Baker and Mrs. E. P. Miller returned
last evening from Portland, where
they attended the meeting of the Ore
gon department of the Spanish War
V co rans.
Tho marriage of Miss Eunice Huber-
ta Miller and Harvey E. Tobie, took
place Sunday at high noon at the home
DEDCHWAIC
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W. C. Knighton was In Portland yes
terday, registered ut the Seward.
T. C. Hale of Salem was registered
yesterday nt the Eaton hotel, Portland.
Mrs. LaMoine R. Clark returned to
day from a summer spent in New York.
Miss Gonevieve Frazier returned yes
terday from a two weeks' visit at Clat
skanie. Dr. W. P. Morse is spending a few
dnys with friends fishing, in central
Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Q. O. Clement of Rai
nier are visiting at the home of Mrs.
Bert Dennis.
City Judge Elgin and family took in
the beauties of the Columbia river
highway Sunday.
Miss Ruby Baker and Miss Winnie
Baker are taking their summer vaca
tion at Newport.
Mr. aud Mrs. J. L. Stockton are en
joying the brce7.es at Newport and are
staying at the Nicolai hotel.
A. 11. Moore and family returned
last night from a two dnys motor trip
to Portland and tho Columbia River
highway.
E. Johnson of the city fire depart
ment leaves on the Shasta limited to
night for a stay of two weeks in San
Fuincisco.
Roy Cooper will be on the job again
tonight at the city fire department.
lie lias been spending a vacation ot
two weeks ut Seal Rocks,
Miss 'Iucretia, (iuorge and iiLecVs,
Misses Elsie anil Margaret Miller, ar
rived in Salem this afternoon from Io
wa. Thev will remain indefinitely.
Mrs. .1. C. Nelson, wife of Priucipal
Nelson of tiie high school, will leave
Bingham Luke, Minn., for home, where
she hns been visiting her lather. She
will arrive in Salem Saturday evening.
Illume Hubbard writes friends in the
city from Bisbee, Arizona, where he
is in tiie automobile business. Ho re
ports things lively on account of the
U. S. soldiers located there and the ac
tivity of the mines.
Glen J. Net addam, manager or me
northern chuutiiuqua system of Ellison
& White, rlosod his last engagemout at
Glasgow, Mont., last week and nas
been spending a few dnys With C. U.
White. He left for his home, at Sa
lem, Ore., Saturday, greatly pleased
with the success of the chautnuqua for
the season. Boise, Idaho, Stutesraau,
North Santiam News
(Capital Journal Speeial Service.) . -North
Santiam. Ore.. Aug. 29,-r-Mr.
Roy Maple returned . from Ritaville,
Wash., ou the sick list. He was em
ployed in the harvest fields.-
Miss Rachel Angel, who recently
moved to their home here-- 1 rom Ya
quiua bar, has the contract to teach
one of tho Scio schools.
Dr. Beauchanip, of Stayton, was call
ed to the David Keece home Sunday
morning. -
The carload of lumber and fixtures
for tho North Santiam ferry ia on the
side track at this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kelthley, of
near Mill City, are spending a few
davs at the former's home, Mr. and
Mrs. Willis Keithley. Mrs. Albert
Keithley having au operation perform
ed receutly.
. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Coudit visited at
the Raleigh Hammer home Sunday.- i
IE T
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THOMPSON
of the bride's mother, -Mrs. Belle
Fletcher, on Hood street. Rev. J. AI,
Hixon of the Methodist Episcopal
church performing the ceremony. Only
relatives and a few close friends were
asked both for the ceremony and the
reception which followed.
The bride wore a simple frock of
white and carried a bouquet of brides
roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Tobie left for a trip to
Silver Creek Falls, and upon their re
turn will make their home in (,'anby,
where Mr. Tobie is principal of the
high school.
Mr. and Mrs. Tobie both attended the
Willamette University and have many
friends in college circles. .
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Mr. and Mrs. Asahel Bush and small
son and Mrs, Bush's mother, Mrs. Wil
liam Henry Boot, returned yesterday
from a sojourn at Cloud Cap Inn. Mr.
Bush motored to the resort for the
week end and to accompany his fami
ly home.
-
Salem friends- of Ford Tarpley will
be interested to know ' that he leaves
Portland today for San Francisco, to
take up some work in motion picture
producing.
A group of Salem folk motored to
the Livesley hop ranch, ijakeurooK ,
Saturday evening to participate in the
gayetiea of a dance.
Those making up the party were:
Mr, and Mrs. Zadoe Riggs, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter McDougal, Mr. and Mrs.
William Burghardt, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
Chauncey Bishop, Mrs. W. T. Grier,
Mrs. Frank White, Miss Mary Creed
Howard, Thomas Livesley, John J.
Roberts and Tom Ordemann.
Mr. and Mrs. V D. Smith, Miss
Grace Smith, Miss Emma Kodgers and
Paul R. Smith motored to Portland Fri
day over the Pacifie Highway. After
a short stay in Portland the party
toured the Columbia Highway,, going
as far as the Cascade Locks, where
they remained over night returning to
Salem Saturday by way of the Capital
highway.
Mrs. LaMoine R. Clark returned to
day from New York, where Biie has
been spending the summer.
.
Tonight at the band concert the Sa
lem Patriotic League will sell ice cream
to raise funds for tho benefit of the
dependent families of Company M. The
League is also preparing for a benefit
play the "Queen of Beauty." to be
presented in the near future. Most of
the cast has been selected and already
the members are rehearsing for the
production.
DIED
WOOD At his home 689 North Com
mercial street, Mondav, August 28,
1916, Willard H. Wood in his 68th
year. -
He is survived by one son, Wilbur
W. Wood of Hopewell and one daugh
ter, Mrs. Minnie Vestal. Five grand
children and one great grandchild sur
vive. The funeral will be held Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock from the chapel
of Rigdon & Richardson under the aus
pices of Salem Lodge No. 50, A. F, &
A. M.
FBAZIEH At her home 2405 Rose
avenue, Monday August 28. 1916,
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Frazier, wife
of Swain L. Frazier, in her 50th
year.
The funeral will be held from the
Highland Friends church ' at 2:30
o'clock Wednesday afternoon and will
be conducted by the Rev. Josephine
Hockett, assisted by the Rev. Charles
Scott. Burial will be in the Lee Mis
sion cemetery.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Frazier ia
survived by three daughters, Winni
fred, Florence and Lillian and one son,
Leroy, all living at home. Four broth
ers and one sister also survive: Gibson
T. Frazier, John H. Frazier, Lorenzo
J. Frazier and William L. Frazier, all
of Salem, and one Bister, Mrs. Sophie
Thurman of Portland. -
BIER At' his home 307 North Liber
ty street, Tuesday morning, August
29, 1910, Charles E. Bier iu his 41st
year.
lie is survived by his wife and seven
year old son, his father Nicholas Bier,
aud one sister Mrs. Donald McCarthy
of Independence.
His death was due to typhoid fever.
Early this summer he was in ill health
and bad spent several weeks on a va
cation. After his return four weeks
ago he was unable to leave his home.
For the past six years he has been
associated with the Salem Woolen
Mills store and before going with the
Bishops, was for several years with
Joseph .uvuis.
' He was a member of the local lodge
of Elks and the funeral will be held
under the auspices of the lodge at 2
o'clock Thursday afternoon from the
chapel- of Webb ft Clough. '
; Central Howell Notes.
(Capital Journal Speeial Service)
Central Rowel), Aug. 29. Carl Sim
mons has disposed of his wheat crop
for $1.00 per, bushel. .
George Simmons and his daughter,
Mrs. Johnston of Silverton aceompan
ied by Rev. V...Nichol and family,
spent a most enjoyable day fishing oni
Butte Creek. Mrs. Nicholl and Mrs.
Johnston landed their first fish:
Mr. Grovers wheat crop averaged 43
bushels per acre.
The pastor, Rev. W. Nicholl and wife
gave a social to member, and friends of
Central Howell church at the parsonage
on Thursday evening. There were a
boiit'33 present. All declared they had
a most enjoyable time.
Mr. Nicholl claims fhat his horse
"Billy" has learned the sentiment of
the words, "O t'aat Is glory for me"
as his master has procured a new Ford.
E. McDonald found one of his horses
dead in the pasture on Thursday j
morning.
Bell-ans
Absolutely Removes
Iiidigestion. One package
proves it 25oat all druggists.
Lands Will Not Go
on Assessment Roll
The Oregon grant lands will not be
put upon the tax rolls this year.
This decision was reached at a meet-'
ing of representatives from the land
grant counties held last night at Eu
gene. Attorney General Brown, who
with Tax Commissioner Galloway was
present at the meeting, said this morn
ing that in his opinion the action of
congress revesting title in the govern
ment is valid, and that the Oregon and
California lands are no longer subject
to taxation.
Attorney-General Brown cited the
provision of the act of Congress re
vesting title to the Oregon and Cali
fornia lands in the Government, pro
viding the taxes shall be paid as de
termined by the Secretary of the In
terior Department, tie commenaea t,ne
plan to form a federation of the land
grant counties for the purpose of
''having these lands sold, the timber
sold and getting the -lands back on the
tax roll."
Referring to the action of congress
he reviewed the history of the for
feiture suits. He said that when the
litigation was first suggested he ad
vised against it, fearing the reaction of
greater reserves within the state and
the removal of the land from taxation.
He called attention to the act of the
legislature providing for the forfeiture
proceeding and asserted "the people of
the state of Oreiron through the legis
lature, invited Congress to do the thing
that it has dune."
. .
Pnnrl Hnitca NaurC T
Willi livuov nvn
Ui.n,.. 'a limpi 1lVA bppn lSSUed
a, the office of the county clerk to A.
M. Gosa of Mill City, D. K. Luthy of
Gold Hill, li. C. neigfliou oi omeui,
n c tiM nt TiA.inff Ainrlcr's licenses
have been issued to J. W. Bray and Or-
ville Bray, both or oaiem.
a a,i;f-;..ato nf snlfl under foreclus-
ure of the claims of the Black Eagle
Mining and Milling company, located
iu Marion county, to J. S. Wilson, the
plaintiff in the case, waB filed by
County Sheriff Esch this morning.
A marriaee license was issued by
County Clerk Boyer this afternoon to
Wallace W. Henderson and Chrissie F.
Beard, both of Detroit.
Th mba of Frank S. Ward vs. City
of Salem, an action to prevent the city
from purchasing a paving plant, is be
ing heard before Judge Galloway this
afternoon.
tl. .oa t Paul; va Pauli. a mat-
X UO vmnJ I" . ,
ter jooKing xo iw sciuciucu,
claim against the estate of the late
. . , . 1. i .,n l A.
Joseph faun, win ut uruu8uv uV ...
partment No. 2 of the circuit court to
morrow.
Famous Miner Goes
Over the Big Divide
T).i.i;nn Poi Ao 2!). James Sales
Shasta county 's most prominent mining
man, is dead in Bridgeport. Mono coun
ty, of paralysis, according to word re
....;.,.! km votor,lu v. He died Sunday
during an attack induced by over ex
ertion in a mine ne uau guuc v "i'"
up.
In 1S94 Salee sold the Iron Mountain
mine to the Mountain Copper company
Aiiinon ir has since crodiiced
more than $30,000,000. A few years
later Salee developed the Bully Hill
mine which he sold in 1900 for $130,-
000. Twenty years ago he opened up
the Reid mine, in the old diggings
and has made it the greatest gold pro
ducer in Shasta county.
look Pa, How
'Getflt' Works r
Lift Tour Corn Bight Off.
-' Never Fails
''Ever in your life see a corn come
out like that I Look at the true skin
underneath smooth as the palm of
your hand!
WU Now, Look ! TW.lt Off Como. Thrt
fc , py Corn Slick 040 WhaUo.
The earth is blessed with the one,
simple, painless, never-failing remedy
that makes millions of corn-pestered
people happy and that' "GETS-IT."
Apply it in 3 seconds. It dries. Some
people jab and dig at their corns with
knives and razors wrap their toes in
packages with bandages or sticky tape,
make them red and raw with salves,.
Nothing like this with "GETS-IT."
Your corn loosens you lift it otf.
There's nothing to press oa the corn,
or hurt. Angels couldn't ask for more.
Try it tonight ou any . corn, callus 8r
wart.
'GETS-IT" il sold and recommend
ed fcy druggists e-vervwhe, jyVe a
bottle, or seut on receipt cf price by
E. Ijiwrenee & Co.. Chicago, 111.
Sold in Salem and recommended as
the world's best eorn remedy by J. C.
Perry and D. J. Fry.
Ill i
Turner Tidings
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Turner, Or., Aug. 29. Mr. and Mrs.
E.' II. Belknap paid Turner a flying
visit this week.
F. M. Near has- as his. house guests
his father and mother from Sulem.
Mr. McClintock was a Salem visitor
last week.
Mrs. J. N. Wiiie of Portland is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Osborn.
Mrs. Lois Denhain visited her sister
Mrs. H. J. Osborn last week.
The H. L. Earls were picnicking on
the banks of the Santiam Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Georg.) Wells-Chilson
end children, Barbara, Beatrice Bud
Billy, ore up from Portland as the
house guests of Mrs. Cornelia A. Davis
of the old Turner home.
Mr. Chilson is chief of the traffic
extension bureau of the O.-W. R. & N.
Mrs. Chilson was formerly Miss Laura
Sharp of Salem.
Dr. Samuel Rogers of Salem was a
Turner visitor tliis week.
Misses Ella Little and E. Morse,
Elizabeth Cornelius and Mrs. Lois Dcu
ham were entertained at the farm home
of P. E. Thomason Saturday.
Misses Janet Gray, Muriel alisbury,
Elizabeth Cornelius, Katie and Clara
Ahrens motored to the Capitol on Tues
day. On recommend M. T. Miller accom
panied by AVm. H. Baty was out on a
fishing trip Sunday.
M. O. Knight and "Dad" Barr are
expected home from the Breitenbush
Hot Springs on August 28. Mr. Knight
will be back in his old place in the
hardware store Sept. 1st. "Dad" will
be slinging hash at the boarding house
counting the months until he can go
back next year.
Mr. Fleetwood has reason to be
proud of his peach orchard. The orch
ard is just beginning to bear and crop
is large together with a -spleudid qual
ity of fruit.
In another week the hop pickers will
be going a way to pick hops as per
custom of years past.
Dr. Mary Staples and son Wayne of
Cloverdale were at home of Mrs. An
nie L. Smith Sunday also called on
Mrs. J. F. Lyle.
Miss Belle Wipper was in town this
week.
Percy Lyle went to Salem Sunday af
ternoon. Mrs. G. W. Hunsaker asked her son
Robert to mail some letters for her
Sunday. The letters were mailed via
Salem.
Among the out of town guests nt
the home of Mayor and Mrs. R. O.
Thomas on Sunday were: C. H. Thomas
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Thomas
and Mr. and Mrs. True of Portland,
Mr. and Mrs. Gault and two sons of
Burns.
At the home of John Watson, a civil
war veteran, a nice flag pole duly
painted and ornamented, has been rais
ed and Old Glory can be seen waving
in the breeze. Others in our town are
showing the patriotic spirit by display
ing tiie Stars and Stripes.
A party of young people were at the
home of Mrs. M. T. Miller one evening
last week. Those present were, Katie
Ahren, Edie, Clara, Rosa and Henry
Ahrens, Ruth AUisom, Janet Gray
Muriel Salisbury, John Watson, Jr., and
Glen Miller. -
Mr. and Mrs. John Cannon visited
the peach orchards this week.
R. D. Gray was in Salem on- business
the last of the week.
A miscellaneous shower was given
Miss Bernice Small on Friday evening.
Rev. and Mrs. Bicknell and daugh
ter, Beuna, were dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas last week.
Mrs. Anna Osborn the Mill Creek
correspondent leaves on the 28th inst.
for a three weeks stay with her sister,
Mrs. Feller at Donald.
A motor party from Aurora spent
Sunday at the D. A. Osborn borne.
John Shafer and family were on Mis
sions Bottom Sunday.
Mrs. Uuvin Denyer is slowly improv
ing. She is at her bother's in Port
land. The W. C. T. U. met at Mrs. Chas.
Bear's on Wednesday last.
Master John Dnffield of Portland is
New Show Today
THE IRON CLAW
More Thrilling Than Ever.
DEMONOF FEAR
Soul Stirring Drama
americaTfirst
Travel Series
KOMIC KARTOONS
Laughs, Laughs
A SAFELOSS
All Comedy
BLIGH
THEATRE
Admission 5c and 10c
BLANCH SWEET
IN
"THE DUPE
Today-Tomorrow and
Thurjday
Ye Liberty
THEATRE
Always the Best Pictures
Always the Sam Prices
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SACRED
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ACADEMY f
Under the direction of the t
SisterB of the Holy Names j
Salem, Oregon
BOAEDING SCHOOL
and DAT SCHOOL
Most approved methods, primary
grammar and High School
Departments, complete course in
Harp, Piano, Voice Culture, Vio
lin and Harmony, Elocution and
Thysical Culture.
No interference with religion of
pupila.
. Modorn Conveniences.
Domestic Comforts . ,
Scholastic year begins Sept. 11'
ADDRESS
Sister Superior
spending a few weeks vacation at tho
home of his aunt, Mrs. S. K. Mathiuu
Mrs. Esther Ncal has been visiting
Mrs. Green, is home again.
I. L. Robertson and family visited
in and around Salem the first of tlia
week.
Among the social affairs of the week
was a family dinner at the farm homo
of George Morris at Battle Creek on.
Sunday August 27th, the occasion wati
a double anniversary. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry R. Crawford celebrated the 14th
wedding anniversary r.nd Mrs. Myrtle
Morris celebrated her birthday.
Miss Cleda McFurland, niece of Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Forrest, and a friend.
Miss Leila Cookingham of Salem, spent
the week end at the homes of Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Forrests and Mr. and
Mrs. R. M. Chancs.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Forrest, tho
Misses Emmit and Ida Iloiil and Miis
Lucile Riches motored to Indepcndcii'-o
and on to Wcgan, Richardson & Ct.
hop yard Sunday. They report good
crops in that vicinity. The main pick
ing beginning the fifth.
BIG FLOUR MILL BURNED
Vallejo, Cal., . Aug. .29. The Spcrry
Flour mill aud warehouse was destroyed
by fire early today with a loss estimat
td at $300,000.
The Southern Pacific lost five freight,
cars and six automobiles belonging t
Vallejo firms also were destroyed.
Defective wiring in an elevator is be
lieved to have started the fire.
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Feature begins 8:00
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