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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, SEPT. 30, 1916.
Mosher's Removal Sale
TVbu; in Fh Force and will
CONTINUE ALL NEXT WEEK
Great reductions on every suit
sold during this sale. Radical
reductions on some patterns to
close out. My only object of a
sale during this time is to keep
my men busy during our mov
ing and remodeling activities.
As the price of woolens is going
sky ward and goods cannot be
replaced at prices they will be
sold. I guarantee every suit in color and workmanship to give more service g
than any sold in Salem.
344 State Street
Tailor to Men and Women
German M. E.
& ('oriicr Thirteen Hi nnd Center streets.
THE CHURCHES Huniluy school at- 10 ii. in., Henry
ijc Gralapp, superintendent. Preaching
service at 1 1 o'clock u. in. line! 7: l! p.
i in. A. .1. Weigle, minister.
rfo. 1228 North Winter Btreet. Sun
day services: Sabbath school 9:45.
Preaching at 11 a. m. nnd 7:45 p. m.
Prayer mooting Thursday 7:45 p. m.
W. J. Johnston, pastor.
jjaiyation JW. ..thews of Willamette t'niversitv; 3:00
Bunaay services as loi.ows: o-- , m y w ,, .y. M. C. A.
J I ii ii i vern t v will linlil n vpaimr service
First Methodist Episcopal.
Corner State nnd Church " street,
Kichurd X. Avison, niinister. 9:00 a.
in. Class meeting; 0:4") a. m. Siibbnth
school; 11:00 n. in. morning worship,
sermon bv Professor .lumps T. Mat-
prersident; 7:30 p. in. evening worship,
address by Professor Wallace Mc
Murray. Music morning and evening
by the chours choir, under the direc
tion of l)r. Frank) Wilbur Chase.
drill. 9:30 a. m
. cltt".8' M':5U v' T T r.ik t Wcbsterinn Halls, Waller TTnll.
pra,s. meeting 8 p. m Y. P. L, 8.15 B(lirpsH ,,y Dr. (. a D 6 , .
1, Ul. ... v . . - f, , . r.
WeeK night services evory nignt except
Monday and Thursday. Capt. and Mrs.
Intermediate League, Mrs. M. C.
l''indloy, superintendent; (1:30 p. m.
Kpwor'th 1eagne, Miss Evfc Scott,
.lames Elvin, pastor. Sunday school
meets promptly at ten o'clock, W. T.
Staley, superintendent. Morning serv
ice at 11 o'clock; music morning and
evening by chorus choir drireetion of
Win. Mcfiilchrist, Sr. Subject of morn
inir sermon. "The newer nnd irlorv nf
of the Jesus Christ." Christian Endeavor
meeting at li:.IO. All members audi
friends of Christian Kiidcnvor are '''"red Wallace to the room where he
urged to meet' the pastor at this hour, j met his death. She was arrested at Sa
Pleasnnt (Sunday Evening services will 'l'm nl,n' was sentenced to from 1 to 15
be resumed at 7:30; this service con-1 years. Tanner wns arrested at Van
sists of soni and nrniso. scrintiiro nnd I couver, where he had enlisted in the
Jo Resume Sunday
The pleasant Monday evening service
at the " First Congregational church
which during the past season pleased
and helped hrundreds of Salem people
will he resumed Sunday evening, Octo
ber 1, at 7:30 o'clock. The pastor of
the church announced a delightful and
interesting program for that time. The
subject of tho brief practical address
will be "holdMGetnotial5iuileyJ uwo
will be. "Behold the Dreamer Cometh,"
and the address will be illustrated by
the beautiful historical and religious
drama "Joan of Arc," in motion pic
tures. Every effort will be made to
make these services more interesting
than they have ever been before. A
strong program 'ior Sunday evenings
extending from October 1 to January,
lttli, has been carefully -worked out, a
program that will surely be of interest
to the throngs that pock this church ev
ery Suuday night. Strangers and visit
ors in Salem are cordially invited to
attend. Come early and get a good seat.
First come, first served. You will find
it' a most delightful way in which to
spend Sunday evening.
Tanner Jumps Job
As Cook at the Pen
Another cook oscaped from the peni
tentiary yesterday, and he managed it
so adroitly that he was not missed
until roll call last night.
The missing prisoner's name is Vtil
lurd R. Tanner. He was serving a term
of from 1 to 15 years for killing Eay
Wallace in a Portland rooming house on
the night of .June 1!). 1012, nnd has
been working ns a cook at the peniten
tiary. When last seen he wns clad in
a white suit.
There is a theory that some one of
the multitude of visitors at tho prison
yesterday left a suit of clothes in Tan
ner's cell. During the afternoon Tan
ner complained of illness and asked for
leave to go to his cell and lie down,
which permission was granted. The the
ory further worked out is to the effect
that Tanner changed his clothes in his
cell, nnd Inter mingled with the .visit
ors, ultimately passing out at the front
Superintendent Minto still clings to a
belief thnt Tanner is hiding within the
walls. This belief is given strength by
tho fa't that the man has attempted
several times to hide, and in each in
stance has been caught nt it. . .
Associated with Tanner in the mur
der of Wallace was Hazel Erwin, who
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Effort Will Be Made to Raise
Money for First Unit of'.
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prayer, lirief address on some helpful
practice theme, special music bv clioir
land motion pictures. The subject fort
jine service Sunday evening will lie
j"Uchold the Dreamer 'Cometh." The
'subject of the motion picture will be
'Moan' of Arc," the presentation of
this beautiful historical nnd religious
drama. This is a Suleni service fori
strangers . and Salem people. Thurs
day night iiieeting-at 7:30. Subject for
October 8th, morning, ''Life in its com
pleteness"; evening, State biologist
Wm. I. Finley address and five reels
of beautiful pictureu, "Out door life in
Clubs Protest Filing
of Election Certificates
Comer Marion and X. Tjhertv
streets, He v. 0. F. Holt, D. 1)., pastor.
Sunday school at B:4a n. m. Public
worship II a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Young
People's meeting (i:30 p. m., sermon
topics, morning, "Constrnining Christ
to abide with us.' Evrning, the "Path
way to Victory."
UmCA HUB ASJOC7XTOV
1. Tho Federal Reserve banking law j 13, The Clayton amendment to nnti
which takes from Wall Street the power Trust law preventing control of many
o control the money volume and makes big corporations by a few men do
lonoy panics impossible. j during that "labor is not a coiumod-
8. Law roviiug tho tariff down- ity"
ward taking tho duty off the necessnr-j 14. Federal Trades Commissions law
ies and placing it on the luxuries of' aiding iin.l protecting honest busi
Jifo. i n ess curbing lawless trusts.
3. The Tariff Commission law tnk l 15. Seaman's law humanizing la
ing tho tariff out of politics politics bor conditions on ship-board and lessen-
Ul ill ine lurill mill ri guiniiug ii- wu : nig inu iinnein in Willi iivi-i.
acientific business principle.
i. A law taxing munitions of war.
5. Law taxing inheritance.
It!. Rural Credits law giving finan-
nunciul freedom long-delayed justice
long time loans low interest to tho
0. Income Tux law which lifts the fanners.
turdeu of taxation from the shoulders i 17. Merchant Mnrino Shipping law
I tho musses nud places it on those bet- j curbing and controlling the greutest
ter able to bear it. 'of all trusts, the shipping trust.
7. Anti-Dumping luw which will j IS. The law providing government
prevent flooding American markets ' insuruiice on ship rHrgoes.
with European goods, the product of. 10. Alaska Railroad law opening
heap labor. I America s storehouse to the people
8. The Workmen's Compensation law
applying to all government employ
ees. 9. The law creating a Federal Labor
Employment bureau, making postmast
ers employment agents; the government
thus serving both employer and employ-
0. The election of United States
senators by direct vote of the people.
21. The Child Labor law.
22. The law extending the parcels
post increasing weight limits reduc
ing postal charges.
23. Increased the maximum amount
allowed to be deposited in postal bunks.
The present campaign 1mivp all else
'Involves rhoice between the very de-
10. Appointment of a Secretary of
Itabor In his cabinet.
11. The Kight-llour Labor luw on ad: finite deeds of Woodrow Wilson in the
government work. public, interest and the very indefinite
12. The fcignt-Mour luw tor ruuroiui : words or vanuiiiaic iiugnes in nil own
employees engaged in operating inter
state trains which averted a nation
.St. Paul Episcopal
Ttobert S. Gill, rector. Holy com
munion 7:30 a. in. Chonil Kuchnrist
at. 11 o'clock. Sunday school 0:45.
There will be no evening service. Rev.
Mr. (! ill leaves immediately after
October 1st for St. Louis, Mo., to at
tend the General Convention, going
from there to Michigan to visit at his
former home, lie will return to re
sume charge otL the service nt St.
Vnul's in .November, and as this is his
lust appearance until thnt time, it is
hoped thnt he will be greeted by a
large congregation nt both services.
Swedish Tabernacle M. E.
Corner South 15th nnd Mill streets,
Rev. .loltn Ovnll, minister. Services
at ' 3:30 p. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday
school nt 2:30 p. in. All are most
cordially invited to attend.
H. C. Stover, minister. Morning
worship at It a. m. Sunday school at
10 n. m. Christian Endeavor at 7:30
Protests from the republican club of
Oregon, through its secretary, Charles
E. Lockwood, against the addition of
the word independent opposite tnc
names of if. Allen and W. N. Oat
ens, democratic condidates for circuit
judges, Fourth judicial district, nnd
also against the certifying of the
name of Knimet Callahan to the coun
ty clerks ns a candidate of tho pro
gressive party for elector at the com
ing presidential election, have been ans
wered by Secretary Olcott as follows:
"It is without the province of this of
fice to inquire beyond the 'face of tho
certificates of nomination presented for
filing and certification to the county
clerks. If you consider that the ac
tion of this office has not been in keep
ing with the law we will welcome any
friendly action in. order, that a judicial
determination eny be speedily had. The
secretary of state is required to certify
to the comity clerks not later than Oc
tober 2, consequently if any action is
to be' hud it must be tnken immediate
ly.'.' Board Extends Time
of Payment for Moore
The state land board yesterday voted
to grant .Inson Moure one more exten
sion of time in which to pay the $15,000
still due on his bonds of $25,000 to in
sure the pcrforiiinnce of the terms of his
lease on Summer and Albert lakes in
Lnke county. Mr. Moore, accompanied
by his attorney, A. C. Sheppard, of Port
land, nnd K. B. Black, an engineer rep
resenting Kansas City interests, was
present at the melting and assured the
board that cert n in financiers whom Mr.
Moore has interested in the Summer and
Albert lakes proposition will furnish the
required bond ns soon us tests of the
lake waters are completed. Both Treas
urer Kay and Secretary Olcott told Mr.
Moore that tho present extension to
December 15 will be tho lust one, and he
was given to understand that if the
General Admission I
Everybody Come f
AND HAVE A GOOD TIME
OWING TO THE FACT THAT THOUSANDS OF
PEOPLE OF THE STATE. ESPECIALLY PORT !
LAND, WERE UNABLE TO VISIT fAIR DURING l
WEEK AND DESIRE TO SEE THE EXHIBITS OF ill
TllV RMYTCT CTATC RAID IM UTCTADV fV TUT tit
NORTHWEST, THE STATE FAIR BOARD HAS
YIELDED TO INSISTENT PETITIONS OF PORT- :- :
LAND BANKERS' ASSOCIATION, PORTLAND
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND OTHER PROM- i
INENT INFLUENCES, TO HOLD THE FAIR OPEN !!
SUNDAY. THE LIVE STOCK, AGRICULTURAL ii
AND OTHER EXHIBITS WILL BE HELD IN PLACE I
AND SOME FEATURES OF THE CARNIVAL AT- ''
TRACTIONS WILL ALSO BE ALLOWED TO RUN i!
DURING THE DAY. ,
SACRED BAND CONCERT IN NIGHT HORSE l
Lebanon, Or., Sept. 30. The fourth
day of the Oregon Methodist confer
ence yesterday opened with an address'
by Dr. Larkiii of aan Francisco, on
"The Christian Doctrine of Human
Life," and later the conference heard
the reports of the pastors on the pro
gress of the work for the year. Iiese
showed substantial growth. Dr. George
11. Parkinson of Kugenc delivered the
conference missionary sermon at 2:30
wnich was followed by a lecture by Dr.
Blake on "How to Hold the Voting
People to the Church."
At 5:30 tho annual seminary men's
banquet was given in behalf of Kimball
College of Theology, to impress upon
the members of the conference the im
portance of this school of the church.
W. W. Youngson of Portland presided
as toastmaster nnd the address of wel
come" was given by D. Lester Fields, of
McMinnville, with responses by Dr. H.
.1. Talbott, president of the college, and
by Dr. A. M. Fisher, C. R. Carlos and
M. B. Parounngian. Tho night session
was given over to an illustrated lec
ture on the Kuropean war by Rev. John
Lcwtas of Tacoma.
Laymen Open Session
The Laymen's association convened
in annual session at 9 o'clock in the
Presbyterian church with A. M. Ham
mer, the president of the association,
presiding, with T. S. McDnniels of Port
land as secretary. Mis. Marstcrs of
Roseburg and Mr. McDaniels were ap
pointed to convey the greeting of the
association to the conference and they
brought back an invitation from the
ministerial body for a joint session
which was addressed by Dr. Blake of
Chicago, with resitonses bv the presi
dent of the association and Mr. McDan
iels and others.
The morning session of the laymen
was given over to the interests of Wil
lamette University, with talks by Dean
(t. H. Alden of Willnniette; Dr. 11. J.
Talbott, of Kimball College; Dr. W.
Arnold Lindsay of Portland; T. S. Mc
Dnniels and N. M. Newport of Lebanon.
Girls' Dormitory Wanted
One of the actions of the laymen's
meeting was tho adoption of u resolu
tion culling ior the appointment of a
committee to raise funds for a girls'
dormitory nt Willamette University,
the building to be erected and com
pleted if possible, before the opening of
school for another year. This proposi-.
tion met with strong approval from
many of the laymen us one of the chief
needs of the university nnd it is be
lieved that the laymen can soon raise
sufficient funds for the first unit.
The following officers of the asaoci-i
ation were elected or the next veur:
President, A. M. Hammer, Albany; vice' M M t .47
presidents, J. w. Day, Portland; Ur. H.
L. Stecves, Salem; .1, S. Van Winkle
Albany, anil 11. L. tlilkey, Grants Pass;
corresponding seerctury, T. 8. McDan
iels, Portland; recording secretary, F.
A. Baker, Portland; treasurer, j. L.
llartman, Portland; trustee of confer
ence, claimant's fund, Dr. Theodore
Dr. Lane May be Superintendent
Since yesterday some developments
have taken place that may make chang
es in one of the lending pulpits nf
Portland. There is now strong tulk that
Dr. Lane of Centenary church, may go
on the Portland district, as .district su
perintendent, and Dr. R. K. Gibson of
St. Paul church,- Spokane, will be aS
sinned to Centenary.. This change may
not take place if Dr. Avison will take
IrtlinnV AlllfPll SmasW portion to the number of rooms. ' The
JUlIUIIJfAlinCU OlIldMICb j. salary is to cover all tho work nnd if
Wnrlfl' ?fl Milp Rprnrrl a"y hpp is "PC,I"1' tlie janitor is t0
MUIlUa COM Mile UCtUlU pay it out of his own monthly nllow-
Spcedway, Sheepshead Bay, N. Y.,
Sept. 30. Johnny Titken, driving a
Peugeot, whizzed over the finish line
here this afternoon, smashing the
world's record for 250, mile automobiles
racing and winning the $10,000 Astor
His time was 2 hours, 23 minutes,
Eddie Rickenbucher, in n Maxwell,
finished second in 2 hours, 211 minutes,
On the established basis, the snlsiry of ).
the janitors will be us follows: I
McKinley, $50. J
cmglcwood, $52.50. . ;"f
the Portland district superiiitcndeiicy. was third.
If he does Dr, Gibsen muy go to First Aitken took the lend over Dnrio Resta
church in Salem. The Eiigeno district' anil John Christiuens, the favorites, at
superintendent' still remains - ns unde- the 50 mile mark, and never was head
terminer) ns heretofore. .
Among the prominent visitors at the
conference lire Dr. Thomas Elliott of
Paget Sound conference, now district
superintendent of the Vancouver dis
trict; J)r. O. It. rerry, nistrici supenu
Lincoln junior high school, $07.50.
Grant junior high school, $70.
Washington illllior hiirli aehnnl i9.
Ira Vail, in a Hudson, 50.
High school, three jnnitors: one at
$75, and two at $00 a month.
When Resta and Christeaeus were out
with engine truuble nt the 100 mile
mark, Aitkeu pulled ahead of tho field
and steadily gained, finishing nearly
two Inps ahead of the field. His aver-
tendent of The.Dnlics district in thejngo wns 104.8 miles an hour for the
Columbia River conference; H. T. At-iS.'iO miles.
kiuson of Alaska, a former niinister of Ralph Mulford, iu a Duesenberg, 'fin
this conference, who will return, andjished fourth; Tony Miller in a Duescn
Dr. W. B. llollingsheiid of New Yortr, lierir, fifth, and Art Klein, in a Crnw-
a former district superintendent of the
Portland district. 1
Mrs. (George Weinrich
Died Sunday Morning
Market Was Irregular
and Prices Shade M
Comer Smith 10th nnd Kerry streets.
11. C. Stover, minister. Sunday school nlattcr wn8 p0rmitted to drag until" the
It l IV"
Senior l.ndoavvr at :!; p. in. 1. nm-1 coinoo wns not presol,t. A new cnotract fnmilv
niunion ami rei owsnip ser co ai :uWoa submitted the board, which has, Dorothy Kotke wns born in Germany
p. m. AiuiweoK service inursiiny bi been referred to the attorney general, December 10. 18415. and was married ; ""T'.f
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New York, Sept. 30. The New York
Evening Sun's financial review today
Early operations w-ero active, realiz
ing sales were decidedly in evidence )n t),e fjrst hour.
Aftor n short serious illness, Mrs.
George Weinrich passed away at her
homo in Stayton, Sunday morning, Sept.
24, 101(i, at 10:30.
one was a pieasani ; money woman, ; the professional traders worked I Kecoveries were general in late trad
a good neighbor, kind mother ami I true, for Iower priees: 0r089 move(11g in:ing ,, ,he f,ogo Sn,es for
were over 800,000 shares. '
800,000 Shares Sold
In First Half of Day
.New Jork, Sept. 30. Advances in )
the equipment list featured enrly trad- '(
ing on the stock exchange today. Unit- ;
cd States Steel sold at-119 5-8, a full
point under the new high record made
Pressed Steel Car sold up nenrly
three points at (SO'J and locomotive is
sues gained. Rails registered some re
cessions. Profit taking sales and a bear raid
based on reports of resumption of sub
marine warfare sent several stocks
down during the first hour. Republic.
Steel slumped five points, later recov
ering 3. United States Steel sold down
to JltiVl, then rebounded to 119 a,'
Crucible lost four points, recovering i
1 half on the upturn. Sales wore 472,000 y
0 a m No morn nir sermon Jun-1 ! i 1 , , . S .r j i! a R00d nelKmor, Knul niotner aim irue,for Iower ,)ri(,eg: 0r089 movements in ! inff and the
Chris Ln Kndekvof at fin m ""ISTS ofth .lef sIaure th .f"1 1 "ife, and will be much missed 'by all . the marVp brou ht aW ir..lar the half lav
i or ii 1 loW at 41 n in Com-1 woua b 0" nt,rcl Governor Withy- ,.ho kncw hcr ag we, as ,he immediate ten(lencies, in the Course of which some
ior r.iiuoavvr at o.l.i p. in. """"comlin kii not mnmnt A now enotrnnt ., . .' . . . .. I . .
7:30 p. III.
East State and Eighteenth streets,
G. Koehler, pastor. Sunday school in
German and English nt io o'clock.
Preaching service at 10:30 a. m., sub
ject, Benefits of Chastisement.
American Athletes v ;
On Way to Scandinavia
to George Weinrich,
They emigrated to
August 8, 1871
rather fair sized recessions from the P AAA IT J
closing of the preceding day were re-; J,UUU lIMied lYiIH6
near pressure against united
States Steel was successful for brief i
Workers to Lay Off
America in lofiu, : i,1. t . .:, ti, :,, k.:i e..i., w.i. T..y.t...
and lo-ated in Nobles county. Minne- "ST Z '1 " " .iZT "ZZI '-.,',"... -,TK":.0"r,v" ,nous- '.
'sola, where they lived two years, com- " -7 . ' " ..JTv " "Z'?,."!
ina to Oremin in 18SS. Thev first lived " '"""'. '7" v" ! " .""'"r , win stop worn
1 ."7. - t - .. ' sinnce or inis son or speculation ine
'a, A,a,,lla lhaii mi n fnrk in I. mil ... . . I
" v . 1 -(n.i, nll, l,n1r wirh cnnanlnrnhli
! stock came
tonight wliile a general ballot in being K
talifrn on their attitude toward accept- t
Junior in church armies 11 a. in.
Christian Endeavor li:30 p. m. Prayer
meeting Thursday 7:40 p. ni. Every
body welcome. Josephine llockett,
pastor, phone 1403.
A special service on Sunday morning
begins an autumn rally. All families
connected with the chinch and congre
gation will be viaited and urged to
sneed mi alone rcliirious and church
lines. Doing o' duly, fuithfulness
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American athletes. Robert Simpson, ' ton al.out six years aeo. I v,Ror- Vommi88,0n ?0U808 Wer.e b-v-i!ng e l"test offers of the operators
Ted Meredith, Joe Loomis, Fred Mur- Besides the hiisband she leaves five'0" on me uownwara movement, ie- , ,ncir controversy over wnge in
ray and Andv Ward, who sailed Thurs- grown children: .firs. Gus Brand of Gold . nmn(1 ,or the railway equipment shares , creiises
dav on the steamship Oscar TI for the : Creek, Montana; August Weinrich of was otive, this group showing decided The decision to stop work pending a
Scandinavian countries, probably will' Alberta, Canada; Mrs. Frank Deters and j strength when most other stocks were , referendum vote was reached hero
Mi Theresa Weinrich of Port lanil, i ""' , . , , . .'"".v am-raoon wncn rcpresenta-
and Mrs. Albert Neitling of Stavtou.l rirmer tendencies aexciopca in tne.tives convened at the Labor Temple.
Corner of Highland nnd Klin stects.
Salmbth school P:4S a. m., Mrs. Myrtle
Kenworthy, superintendent. Meetings t0 ,)0 K1(lm, training en route was 1 Mi
for worship 11 a. ni. and 7:40 p. 111. the statement made today by Frederick am
W. Ruliicn, of the A. A. V.
All the children except the son in Cnua- i late trading especially in the mils with j District number 10 includes all mino.
The ; w ill l.e held no two diivs ! da were liresent at the funeral
at Kirkwall, England, while officials' The funeral services were held Sep-j era features,
make an inspection and the athletes leniDcr si, at i:uu a. m. aim interment
have applied for permission to land aiwas in the Catholic cemetery of Stay
few hours -each day for training. I ton, Rev. Fr. Laiuck officiating. Stay
Secretarv of State Lansing has in-; ton Mail.
Lehigh Valley and Norfolk and Wcst-
atructed the American
London to ascertain if such permission
might be given.
BOAT RACES AT PORTLAND
Portland, Ore., Sept. 30. Speed boats.
pastor will speak on the hero .engineer, runabouts and cruisers met on the Wil
nf Afri.a. Alexander lluvkav. called by ilamette river today in tho annual regnt-
doing one's duty well efficiency; nnd hi. Mack friends "the white man of .ta of the Portland Motorbont club and
rininir one's duty joyfully enittus
insm. will be the three subjects discuss
ed by members of the church Sunday
morning. The pastor will speak on
W. C. T. TJ.
The regular 4 o'clock meeting will bt
Adjusted by Board
The salaries of the janitors for the
10 school buildings in the city wero
adjusted at a call meeting of the board
of education last night. Hereto
fore, there has been 110 schedule of -salary
for the different innitors nnd ns n
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free for all for -speed, boats was expect-! ways in proportion.
ed to develop the fastest contest of the Acting on the suggestion of Superin
dav as three of the swiftest racers of I tendent Todd, a scale of salary was
workers in the state of Washington.
a-nve per cent waga increase has)
been asked but operators have airreed)
only to raise the pay of ccVtain classes j
of workers. !
The Church in Action." Archie held in Raino Memorial hall Sunday. , the river, the tveiutnll boys anghn and fixed on a four room basis, and earh
Smith will sing. In tho evening the You are invited to be present. lYogler boy are entering. jnuitor will be allowed a salary in pro-
BOSN . .1
WHITE . At the family resident ft-'
1300 Chemcl-f'ta, Wednesday, Sep-
tember 27, 101(1, to Mr. and Mrs.!
Horace R. White, a 7-pound daugh-5
ter, Helen Ann. j
VIOLATED GAME LAW )
R. H. Wahn nnd R. W. Nile were an
rested this afternoon for having China
pheasants in their possession and were
fined $2.5, each by Judge Webster. They
also forfeited their licenses.