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j APTTAL' JOURNAL. SALEM. ORE. FRTTHY. MAY 24, 1918.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL SOMETHING, "DONT
WEISPER IN A WELT-USE A JOURNAL WANT AD
CLAiSinEO ADVERTWINO XATSS FOUND Leather bank bag. Owner
Bats per ward New Today:
On week (S insertions)
Ob moatk (SO insertions) 17e
Tss Capital Journal will sol be re
poasibi for more thaa one ineertioa.
fn mrvrm in Classified Advertisement.
Bead year advertisement the firtt dayi8 BENT One 6 room and one S
U appear ana notuy ai unmeaiateiy
yinimnm charge, 15a.
MULTIGBAPHING Phone 340. -Z5
OlKb WANTED No cooking. 461 N.
High- Phone 1627. 5-2Y
TWO gasoline drag saws for sale. 2194
8. Iiigh, also one Jersey cow. 6-25
FOR 8 ALB Fresh Jersey cow with
sucking ealf- Phone 2F4. 5-24
FORD trailer for sale. Inquire at 271 - - -
D street. 5-29iXJB SALh Lead and linseed oil at
RUGS for aale at 790 N. Cottage St.
WANTED Burroughs adding machine.
Phone 340. " 5-25
BUGS vacuum cleaned,
Buckuer, Phono 1022.
FOUND Chains, write description. T.
D. Trick, Rt. 4. 5 25
IiOGANlDERBY pickers register now.
Kov V. Ohmart. Phone 53P15. 5-21
COL. W. F. WRIGHT, the auctioneer,
Turner, Oregon. Phone 52. 6-11
WANTED A. farm
FOB RENT 15V4 aere tract. G. W.
Stewart, Rt 2, box 171A, Salem. 5-24
WANTED Stock hogs. Phone 24F23.
FOR SALE Two fine canary lingers.
Phono 1824 evenings. 5-S7
SWITCHES made from
Phone 1041, Mrs. Boyce.
TWO and three room furnished apart
ments, 491 N. Cottage. Phone 2201
WANTED Women find children to
pick strawberries and cherries.Phone
11-OKSK, buggy and harness for sale.
22d St. ik1 Turner rood, or will
trade for cow. 5-24
WANTED To rent, modern five or
six room furnished house. Call W.
V. Moore at Hotel Marion. 5-25
SECOND hand furniture for sale, rugs
brass bod, tic, all in good condition.
Phono Mrs. Chace 916. 5-24
FOR SALE Set of Encyclopedia Brit
tanil?a, almost new, cheap. 1740 Court
ONIONS FOR SALE Extra fancy
No. 1. $1.25 per sack. Center Street
Feed shed. Phone 927. 5-2T
FOR SALE 5 pass auto, good mechan
ical condition, would make A-l truck
price $350. Call at 418 Court St. 5-2H
FOR 8 ALE 85 pounds Martha Wash
ington beans- Warranted to grow.
Phono 108F31. 5-24
WANTED A milker and route man,
1'incknry Bros. Dairy. Phone 1437.
FOR iJALH Good fresh milk cow.
Also cboap work horso. Rt. 8, box
100. Phone 71F12. 5-2S
OR painting and tinting, also auto
ipaliting, (address 808 ,N. Liberty.
Phono 76P6. s 5-24
FOR SALE A young driving marc,
rubber tired top buggy and harness.
OUR Foundry is running, we solicit
your work. Anderson Steel Furnace
Company. Phone-886. 5-25
WHITE Face Black Spanish eggs for
. hatching. M. A. Vanderborg, Rt- 2.
WltJ OAT.T? fro.lB ntiB linlf SC
tion stock ranch in eastern Oregon. ,
441 N. Church St. o-&
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate- H
M. Hawkins, 314 Masonic building, l
WANTED Mohair at East Salem
Tannery, 25th and .Oak St. Phone
FOR SALE Some fresh milch cows
and farm horses, also want to buy a
second hand binder.' Geo. Swegle. tf
FOR RENT 4 front sleeping rooms i
Hubbard bldg. W. H. Norris, receiv
r, room 304. tf
OB RENT Good five room modern
koase Inquire 508 N. Oommermsl
' or phone 1549M. tf
WANTED 60 Loganberry pickers,
11 acres good uerries, 8 miles
from Salem, good camp ground, new
' shacks to camp in, wood, watprj will
move you from Salem free. Hopmere
stotion, Oregon Electric. Address
OorvaU, Or., Rt. 2, box 49. -, tf
eOUB one wants your property and
you would sell. We charge no eom
Bias ion for putting buyer and sell
er together. For further information
Oregon Realty Exchange Investment
Co., Ine.. 14 Breyman bid?., Salem,
Or, Chamber of Commerce bMff K"
ens. Or- 250 3d St. Portland,
calll at Journal office, pay for adv.
au prove property.
FOB SALE Stevens Durye car, suit
able for truck, will sell cheap. Phone
734. 271 N. Commercial. U
room oungaiow on or Dclore June
ist. x-none iom uumurd oldg. tf lowing telegram was received by Man
two ditti o, , . ... . ager O. B. Gingrich from H. L. Cor
FOR SALE-Studebaker 1 spring btt) gtate chairmail Bed Cross:
Imv? rT111,,86'1 Ptooe 734 "Advices just received from David-
0mJ" U son of National War Council, $100,000,-
FOB SALE Jersey cow, 4 gal.
j , y ui.
TO TRADE or sell, 3 burner gas range
for chickens or wood. Inquire 1315 '
N. Church. S-25
uargvau prices, aiu iraae ana Win-
ter St., J. F. Latham
WANTED Loganberry pickers, 3 acre
yard adjoining City View cemetery.
R D. Gibson. Phone 2113. 5-24
FOR SALE Good work mare, or wiU
take colt as part pay on trade. Thom
as Little, Turner, Rt. 3, box 3. 5-24
TEAM, weight 2700, wagon and har
ness for sale, or trade for Ford. Call
evenings 196 W. Wilson. 5-24
NOTICE to the Public After June
1st all business mnst be conducted
os eash basis. Quarkeubusb Auto
Supplies and Vulcanising. 5-31
WANTED Girl for housework on
farm; treated as one of family. No
children- Call in person 695 8. Com '1
St. after six o'clock. 5-24
FOR SALE Gold Coin and Burbank
nnsprouted potatoes, suitable -for
seed watt feed, 50 cento per eaek.
Phone 50F14. 5-30
LOST -flaturdav afternoon, north 8a-
lem, bunch keys, two round, one flat,
C. A. VamCleve, 1540 N. Front. Re
WOOD FOR SALE I have cut a ndco
lot and am now ready to deliver W
yon, give me the order early. Phone
WILL sell or trade foT city property
my 73 acre river bottom farm, lo
cated near Salem. Call at room 503,
Salem Bank of Commerce bldg. 5-24
FOR RENT 9 room house In good re
pair throughout, close in, modern !
Biruui raruen in, rem
m ,i i .
Tory rcwuunuiv w on u y icuwi
T.t' r. i D,,o n.-.j
or 112 N. Commercial St.
TVYR RAT.Ti! A fiinn rlairv rftnch 70 I
u'rcH. U. iii cron. the rest nastnre.
Good buildings, orchard and spring
on place. Five miles from Salem.
Address E. R. care Journal. 5-23
WANTED-Woodcutters, will furnish
drag saw and all other tools, first
growth fir. $1.50 per cord. Ralph
Martin, 219 N. Com'l St. Phone 66.
HAVE many Salem men working West
though strike still on. You can have
vacancy few, quitters dftily. Over
900 working. See free employment of
fice .across river from Oregon City.
, the meeting of Group 2, Oregon State
LOST Sunday evening between Dea- Bankers Association. Mr. Garland is
coness hospital and Reform school, i chairman of the board of directors of
suit case with address "Jas. Best, ; the First. National bank of Lebanon.
Salem, Ore." Finder phono 1236M He reports that Lebanon went over
or leave with Jennie Best, U. S. 'tho top with more than its quota dur
ational bank. Reward. 5-24 jng the Rod Cross drive this week mid
. v that Saturday, flags will be presented
READ Wan to get iirto eommunica- f0 neighborhoods that were early in tc
tion inunodinltely wi'h two or thrco nortinor their nuota raised.
industrious families who will go out
. to camp and pick liognunernes. iara fa(!t (),at he is a Democrat and that in
looks very premising. Pure water and Xjinn county, where the political corn
ready wood right by shady camp pinion of the people is about two to
ground. WiU take you out and back one tl)0 neT waVi ),e was elected as
tree. Write, giving full particulars. one o tno lonesome Democratic sen
K. Andersen, Salem, Et. 3, box 155. ,
HOLSTEIN AUCTION Tu"sday May
28, on O. B. Miles farm, 5 .miles
south of Salem on Pacific highway,
15 registered Ho'steins, herd bulls,
cows, heifors and young stock; the
best fa;milica of the nreed are repre
sented in this ftile. Also 10 high
grade Guernsey, Jersey and Holstein
milk cows, ail hc-avy producers. 15 .
head hogs, brood sows and pig's. Sale;
starts at 1 oVlock. Catalog gives -full
information, ask for one ;f O-:
B. Miles or at tbiis office. O. B. Miles i
proprietor. 5-27 ,
WANTED loganberry pickers for.
45 acres of berries located Vj mile;
from carline at Salom Heights. Fif j
teen minute service. Five cent fare
to Salem. Fine camp grove, free
wood, potato patch and straw for
bedding. Water piped on camp
grounds. No tents or bunk houses
Telephone on camp grounds and free
daily delivery of groceries Picking
will start about June 17th. Telephone
21F2. B. Cunningham, Et. 3, box 121,
Salem, Or. 6"
JOURNAL WANT ADS SELL
JOURNAL WANT ADS SELL1
RED CROSS QUOTA
BY LARGE MARGTN
'Reports Up to Noon Today
Showed Excess of Over
It was well that Salem and Marion
county exceeded its quota during the
present Red Cross drive, as the fol-
000 is minimum for Mav drive. Euro-
oean conditions now nemand maximum
subscriptions. Advise all chapters to en
courage subseriptions exceeding allot
gubgcriptiona Advise all chapters to en
. :. .i : ..n,,
ments 11 P.oss,ble nt; l"? ' ,
cea8e rr ,of the Uu,tea
states nntl1 May 27-
Acoruiug to cumpu-ltt rrpuna icc
ed today at Red Croas headquarters, not
only Salom but Marion county have
exceeded their quotas, with a total
amount from tne county or do,oio.ou.
Polk conntv also reports its quota rais
ed of $13,000.
Reports from all districts were re-
eeiv,"d complete today non, as follows.
showing that Salem went $7,000 over its
quota and tho entire county, $3,675.50
City of Salem, $22,000; Marion conn
ty districts: Silverton, $4243; Aums
v'ille and Shaw, $800; Hubbard, $600;
Donald. $000: Gervais, $600; St. Paul,
$500; Brooks, $400; Jefferson, $900;
Mt. Angel. $700: Woodbnrn, $2,000;
Aurora, $417.50; Monitor, $140; Stayton
$1,000; Turner, $500; Butteville, $215.
Mfiv 0mii Rankers
M Jn Safem Toda
Groups 2. of the Oregon State Bank
ers Association is in session today at
the Commercial Club auditorium. The
session has been given over entirely to
a general discussion of matters or in
terest to bankers and the general bank
Besides the Salem bankers, the fol
lowing are in attendance:
Ed W. Smith, casbieTot the Oregon
State bank, Jefferson; H. Hirschberg,
president of the Independence Nation
al bank, Independence.
Jos. J. Kober, cashier of the Banl
of Mt. Anstel, Mt. Angel.
N. A. Hafford, cashier Security
State Bank, Woodburn.
George J. Wilhelm, cashier First Na
tional bank, llarrisbure.
Alex Powers, cashier First National
Bank, Lebanon. -
W. E. Keyler, cashier Benton County
nauonui rmuu. tui vmuo.
T ..v:. xr.f:nol
nuiil 1,1. uauotiuj
National Bank, Dallas.
W. H. Beard, cashier Bank of Falls
Mrs. W. H. Beard, director of Bank
of Falls City.
R. A. Blanchard, with Live Stock
S;ate Bank, North Portland.
J. E. Engart, with Cattle Loan Co.,
Senator Sam Garland
Here Froa Lebanon
Sam M. Garland, state senator from
Linn county, is in the city attending
Mi. Garland's fume arises from thej
-Th txatt t tHrlin-
fJW PUttut Ihmt mad
MmVork Chrrr Utrmai
May 30-SI June 1
The undersicned wiU reteSve bids
no till five o'ciirek p. m. June 3, 1918,
fnr imnrAlunnult WH nt the Crtv ftf
8a'm. Oreaon. to the amount of $8,-
633i30, interest at the r4e of 6 perl'"? aeain
cent per annum, payable semi-annually
of Ko pi rtrorrnn Hnieh winf la W)H he
sold for nt less tiian par and accrued
interest-; date of bonds May 1, 15)18.
The city reserves the right to refuse
any and all bids.
5-29 " ES r,.
!lW TAX MEASURE
MUST BE ENACTED
Leader Kitchen Now AibitsPremier Lloyd George, How
His Opposition W3I Not
Washington, May 24. That a
bill must be forced threvgh this ses
sion of congress was the word convey
ed to Representative Kitchin from the
treasury depai anient tills afternoon fol
lowing a conference between' McAdoo
and President Wilson.
Leader Kitchin, in announcing re
ceipt of the word, declared he had not
yet been able to talk with McAdoo per
sonally, but that h held little hope of
now averting the proposed measure.
It is probable member of the con
gressional finance committee will see
the president late this afternoon, and
receive the verdict.
If the fcSR fe actually pressed, it will
be because Precedent Wilson stands un
qualifiedly behind MctAdoo in the
fight. McAdoo today laid before the
president fax-ts upon which the treas
ury department based its plea for a
new tax kill now. He "put it up to
the president" for a decision and the
president w understood to have reit
erated his previously announced atajid
support of MiAdoo' contention.
The tvi9ou, if for a bill, mean
that members ct congress will un
doubtedly be delayed in getting Jbaok
home for the fan' campaigns waten
consideration has been largely respon
silble for tha tii'.ter oppesdtion to act
ion on tie bill.
Kitiehin, however, declares he is still
unconvinced aa to the necessity for the
If the president desires, the ways
and means committee will work on the
measure, but I intend to itell the house
that no real reason for the Mil has
been gives me. I will lead the fight
Only if tie president comes ou unal
terably in favor tt the measure. Our
conference last uglfe moicafea tutu
the president did not favor the meas
ure, but .would abide by Sct'rettary Me
Later Kitehin stated that "the bill
will !be drawn np ,t raise $8,000,000
000", nearly double' the amount rais
ed under present laws, and by far the
largest tax ball in the world's maxory.
"I expert to b02i hearings next
week 'and that these will continue for
about two we;ks," said Kitchin. "Af
ter that it will require about six weeks
for the eommrttee to write the Imh."
EiehtT per cent of the new taxes
wiU come from excess profits, ineom
and inheritance, Kitehin decfared.
"The house ways and means com
mittee te determined to write tbS bill
itself) and majority first Want to tot
those who are waking big profits out
of the war. Then we-want-to put a
large share of the burden upon the
TODAY'S BASEBALL SCORES
New York-Chicano postponed, rain,
R. H. E.
Bos'on 12 I
Pittsburg 3 5 8
Ragan and Wilson j Steele, Jacobs,
Harmon and Archer.
St. Louis 9 12 C
PhiTMetohift -.....- 3 10 S
Gallia and Nuuamaker; Myers, Ad
ams and MicAvoy.
Chicago 4 7 3
Boston 5 10 2
Danforth, Faber and Schalk; Bun
and Agnew, Schang.
by Junior High Schools
Under tho direction of Miss Maude
Joy Bcals, supervisor of music in the
Salem elementary schools, the Grant
and Lincoln junior high schools gave a
most pleasing entertainment last even
ing when they presented the operetta
-Windmills of Holland."
The operetta is replete with catchy
songs and tho juniors made the best of
the money opportunities to act and
sing the parts of genuine little Dutch
citiaens. And in order to inuke things
appear true to the settings, tho beys
wore the regulation wooden shoes.
Considering that the entire entertain
mcnt was f-'ivcu by seventh and eighth
grade pupils, the acting and singing on the land Ving water. The project
was really above the average and the is divided into two units, the first of
audience in appreciation of their work .18,000 acres which will be reclaimed
was most liberal with its applause. first and for the reclamation of whic,'.
The stage settings were appropriate a bond of $100,01)0 was required by the
with a stage curtain of the regulation j board. .; vonf unit contains 18,0 00
Holland windmill. The costuming with R"h"" T '
. . t v i i Idaho, is to have charge, of tlin en-
4ho umquc Dutch head dresnes wm H Umik(,r fif
most becoming to the pretty youuK j Jfa mna(e t,(( ,o)(Mlizfltion .
girls in the chorus. tasted by George B. Archibald former-
The receipts from the entertainment., g(H,f;.j a,Hiit for the government,
were $70 which is considered quite! Tae Xun'alo project also cropped up
good as there ias so much doing else- , witr a request from thio firm enn
where in the city lust night. I trading to furnish lumber for the
Those taking the leading' parts so ! project end for the settlers on it, for an
ably were Wilnfa Doremus as the jitcrease in price from $0 a thousand to
mother- Aubrey Trnwick as ono of the i $1,1.50. This was favorably considered
sons- Turfield Schindler as the portly, but no action was taken pending some
father; Edith Young and Cleo WalkeTinumej
as" daughters; Frank Patterson as the
in,r;tn tnilpnt of music in Holland
. ....... ...
and Miry Schc, as the wee flsngnter.
This was the first time that thc.the La))d Dcpm-tment at Washington
i.tunior tiin scnnois mvc nivni m, t...
itertainment and not only Miss Bls.
the instrnctf.-, but the cast and the
may feel well pbused
with their first
rrrescntation of an
rH U the Salem T.nMic
durinsr tho t-t r-ssinn rf
jl'" W Port,'r' ,7 , ,
was called the
ii--oiiih "l mi un
Iincnln of Linn county.
Polities ere not esiiei-inlly botherine
Mr Garland inst now he is iv!r"
hi time mntly to patriotic work, de
livering addresses thronehont Linn
county and wherecver ass-igncd by the
ever, Exonerates National
ist Party Leaders
Edinburgh, May 34. "There Is no
doubt of the existence of a conspiracy
for a great uprising in Ireland," Pre
mier Lioyd-Gt-orge debated at a lunch
eon her today.
"I hare read the evidence. The Na
tionalist leaders are not implicated."
By Webb Miller
(Vnr ed Press staff correspondent (
Dublin, May 21. The great mass of
IrWi citizens will repudiate the rad
aeial leaders of Sinn Feinityn, the in
stant the government proves its charg
es against thorn.
Thin is the definite imprcssiou ob
tained from conversations with fac
tions readers and men in the streets.
AM Ireland has steadied. The clear
thfijikers are beginning to realize that
America will not sympathize- with Ire
land if she condones German plotting
Level beaded Sinn Feiners are includ
ed in the foregoing. But the most rad
ical of the Sirni Feiners are more bit
ter than ever. WSth the slogan "any
thing to injure England," they refuse
to consider the evidence, claiming it
is all a "frame up."
The Telctmph capatily enunciAtes
the Nationalist policy.
"The goverramont must prove a plot
or apologize," the Telegraph said.
"No middle course can be tolerated.
The NationaSsts are particularly re
sentful of the suggestion that Ireland
sympatbir.es with German tyranny and
object to" being covered with the slime
of nro-Grniani.an. They believe in the
great principles for whu-n Americ nas
taken up the sword and behevw the
plot story it merely a device to defame
the country and injure tho national
The slichteet move to enforce con-
siriptiem will drive tho Nationalists
omg . ' . , , u v.,,, ....v -
arms for resiutance.
Advance In Stocks
Continues In Wall Street
New York. May 24. The New Tork
Evening Sun financial review today
The advance which started near the
close of yesterday's session of the New
York stock exchange because or an
oversold eondition, continued - today
with prices generally seeking higher
levels. All classes of Btocks except the
copper iwues participated in the up
ward movement, but the specialties ad-
vanned mrTe rapidly than issues which
lend themselves less easily to specula
tion. Tradine was on a moderately
large scale, at times exceeding in rate
Thursdc.v'o session, when nearly 900,-
000 shares changed hands.. One third
nf the day's volume was provided by
United States Steel common, Sales of
5,000 shares to 15,000 share blocks be-
ine common and the sale of 25,000!
shares by one nou-se an eany ioreiwuu
fw.tnrft. While stocks were firm, not
to say strong, for certain issues, trad
ers did not feel that a definite trend
was indicated. It was a good traders'
market, with professional dealings the
Early ;n the fourth hour' there were
a series of vigorous advances, putting
stocks at the high points for the day.
This was followed by a sharp reaction
with evidenco of profit 'taking which
appeared when all loans rose to six
A typical examplo of the market
movement whs that of United States
Steel common. This stock, after sell
ing at 11.1 7-8, up 1 5-8, sold ,8 below
the previous closing. It rallied sub
stantially, showing a snmll net gain
for the day. Liberty 4'i's made a
new low record and the second 4's
duplicated the previous low. Othei
bonds wore stendy.
Desert Land Board Has
Approved Jordon Project
The Desert Lend Board is in session
this afternoon, and has considerable
business before it. It approved the
contract for reclamation nf Jorrton
Vallev allowing a lien of tin 2n acre
nto the matter.
Mr. Morson was on hand ad took up
the matt-r of resurrecting the Morson
He aked the board a one
r . . , , , , with
, 0 Me ,f ,t woum s,,i the Zi,wni acres
; (,ireft at , 05 an ar.rc t press time
ne wag HtUl discussing the question.
No Fatal Accidents
Reported During Week
Onriiic th week ending -May 2.'!, In
clusive, there were reported to the
,4at industrial accident; commission
51H e-cidctits. of whieh number there j
were n fatalities. Of the total num-1
ber reported. 4!)7 wc.-e subject to the
JOURNAL WANT ADS SELL1
it Notes for the
Home grown Strawberries,
Our vegetables are kept f
cooling vapor spray.
WE HAVE FOR SATURDAY
Fancy California Head Lettuce, !
New Los Angeles Cabbage, - '
Home-grown Spinach Greens,
Walla Walla Asparagus,
And all other seasonable vegetables.
Many are taking advantage of. our Home Cooked i
Food Department. Why
The Court Street Grocer.
State House News
The regular bar examinations will be
held in the supreme court room Tues
day next. Monday a preliminary ex
amination on literary requirements
will be held. A class of 28 is regis
tered to take the examination.
Articles of incorporation were filed
today as follows:
Tho W. M. Barnctt Estate, of Was
co, Sherman county, with capital stock
ot $75,000 and object to conduct any
kind of business anywhere.
United Motor Bus Company, of Port-
land, capital stock $10,000 and object
to operate motor vehicles ia the city
Portland, capital Block $50,000 and ob-
ject to do a general contracting and
Oregon Beta Chapter of Pi Beta Phi, hwm of three and 'Pun' J
of CoTvallis, property values $300, and im rAl "wll
object to perpetuate tho purposes of
the fraternity and to provide a club
house and living quarters for its mem
ine.axr -nw ..jiTfiOO ook books with inatrmtions how
pany oi roruana niea supp ementary
articles chancina its name to "Amaaon
Tire Supply Company."
Secretiry Olcott being unable to pur
cbase Italian flags, owing to tho sup
ply in Portland being exhausted, hud
several made from bunting and those
are floating over the state bouse.
Secretary Olcott at' the request of
tho governor has sent notices to the
members of the emergency board call
ing a meeting of that body at tho
state house Wednesday, May 29. Tho
governor had received a letter from
Chairman Cordley of the state lime
board, asking him that the emergency
board be called to pass on the question
luu mute lime uuuru,- iu piuviuw ur nio
completion and operation of the plant
at Gold Hill. Of the $20,000 appropria-
tion made by the last legislature but
$2,000 remains in the fund.
File Expense Statements
John S. Smith, congressman, 3d dis
trict, democratic, $6
Walter M. Pierce, governor, dumo
M. D. Clifford, circuit judge, 8th
dii-titict, demon rn'tir, $21.ii0,
Chas. T. Swonney, state penator, 6th
distrk't, diiiiwrntiic, $13.50.
Geo. W. Stiaple.'on, circuit judge, 4th
distidmt, diipuitinitm. 'No. 4, republi
,(. R. Mtnnnarrl, representative, Cth
diHtriict, rc,pulMi.ii, $20.30.
John Lrwi'llen, repres ntntivo, Kith
diNtrw-t. repmlilienn $27.75.
H. L. J'MoirMiri, represeintative, 1Stlt
din ri!'t, repniblirau, $00.U3.
R. A. Nielsen, roprcsenUHvO, imh
district. tC.Dublicnil. $10.11.
E. P. Dodd, reiprcsen-tative, 23d dis-i-triet,
republican, $5. j
provisions of the compcnialicn law, 25.
w.-re frei.ni tirnwi ana eorporueious i
wlik-h have rejneted tho provisions oi
thn coinrensation law, and 13 wore
frrim piililic utility corporations not
subjei't to the provisions of tho com-,
pflii'sation law, one of whom wus a pas- j
ALL NEW SHOW TODAY
ALL NEW SHOW TODAY
ALWAYS GOOD HOST TIMES GREAT
BABY MARIE. OSBORNE
In a Timely 3-Act Feature
per box ..,.15c i
resh and crisp under our f
Phones 256, 257
FitMnWeek or Two
The Rev. Robert S. Gill is home from
Portland where he attended a war
conference and a -meeAing of county
food adnvinistiators. Aieieording to rhn
plan outlined, Oregon will become a
wheatress tsta'e within a week or two,
and when this order is put into effect,
the govorument will gather np all the
surplus flour not only in stores but
from tie homes and prepare for ship
ment to Europe.
Aor1ingi to lhe feyierod govern
ment reports, the wheal situation
extremely critfcal just at present an
iwegon may ou 'iineu up wnu u
and other states where the people are
ge.-inf along without wheat products,
i The voosiunptioB of ee,t may also
'be curtailed as the government experts
rienrftil thoro must It less meat cn-
Nmed, and that the artowenwi might be
tM' two pounds a week for - web
'Horam lnwtead of the present &Uow-
,W- :f ' I. th. use
(of more potatoes, th TWinty food ad-
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!mirniaraioT is wis wwr iuiviuK
r. Mflo in the home fare. The
J9 1 ' " '! ".,. ,j,i
Ihooks aro sent out under the federal
frank. ' .
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