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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. ORE. TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1918.
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Patriotic Program Given
at Jason Lee Church
The patriotic program given by Mrs.
Cora Hendry at the Jason Lee M. E.
church Friday, May 31, was enjoyed
by a full house. The decorations being
the Stars and Stripes, red crosses and
the allied flags. Dan F. Lnngcnburg,
eoloist, with Miss Louise DeWitt ac
companist, wero enthusiastically re
ceived, the audience calling them back
the third time on his patriotic solo,
"Then I'll Cumo Back to You." W.
itlumenbcrg pleased with his brilliant
either solos. Little Ruth Koehler
brought the older people back to ithelr
childhood days ns she sang in her
sweet way, "I Don't Want to Play
in Your Yard." The tuba solo played
by -Erptyir-Hflbef tru'nht forth" ap
Vlause. Her tones being both soft and
full. Much credit is due Mrs. Cha's. He
bel for the success of the program, as
she was the originator of the artistic
drill given by the children. The Cher
ry Bud band, one of tho best on the
coast, with few equals, played the
"Spirit of America" for tho drill to
march by, as tho Arch of Flags was
formed Ruth Koehler as "Miss Lib
erty" and her four little "Bed Cross
nurses", .Maxiiie Clark,; Doris Ross,
Lilly Samuel, Helen Jones, passed un
der the Stars and Stripes, as "Ameri
ca" was being played, taking their
places at the right of the platform,
following samo Milo Ross, drossed to
represent "Undo Sam" talcing his
place in front of the drill. His body
guard being George Koehler as "Gen
eral Pershing,'? Donnnl Watson as
"Admiral Sims," Carl Bewley, Harold
Arnold, Carl Bybee as soldier boys,
coming in as "Yankee Doodle" was
Ueintr played. Nita Hebel represented
"Miss Columbia" with her four little
"Red Cross nurses," Eva Arnold, Mil
dred McDaniels, Goldie Samuel. Silvia
flolof, as thp strains of Columbia were
being played. The ushers for the even
ing were Miss Anna Propp, Miss Esther
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k THE FALLOP'rHBH
: with ILIODOIT
S . OF RASPUTIN
PAMOUS BTJSSIAN FIGTJEE8 DEPICTED IN "THE PALL OF THE BO-
Aside from the fact that Herb.-. Drenons latM V'f ''J
the Romanoffs."' which eows to the Liberty; theater on nry, tnaf
and Saturday, takes it, place in the constellation .. Zf
of ito cast of characters is of great .interest jnme the Us '' .
doen famous international fignw. The Czar and h f "i,
IKrtnt characKrs in the story and oUb'" v'lZ "x Has
in the action are the Carin,, the Grand ' "'.umVd
Putin and of course, Iliodor, the Russian Monk, this roie oein,.
ly Iliodor the real charm tcr. r
Pn rnunnirinn Mian 7nt. T4.tfa lVfiaa
Bertha Propp, Fred Peterson, Harvey
Peterson, who proved their ability in
handling the people. The pupils of
Mr3. Hendry's did well, keeping both
melody and time. Following is the pro
gram: Serenade, Twilight Echoes (Miller)
Ilcbd's Cherry Bud band.
Comrade's in Arms (eight hands)
(Hayes), Susie Hazel, Helen Bewley,
Helen Peterson, Mable Ackerninn.
La Fileuse (six hands) (Streabbog)
Niiina Arnold, Ben Arnold, Harold
Pure as Snow (four hands) Rebecca
Samuel. Oussie Solof.
Valse Strionne op. 27 (Wolleiihaiipt)
Dream of the Homeland (Kern) Ma
Hieland Laddie (Perry), Eldon John
"Melody nr. Springtime (Rolfe) Flor
ence Stoddard. . .
Dnnirt of the Raindrops (Adams)
Cpal Louise Brown
Vocal solo, selected, Joan Evans.
Dieam of the Shepherdess (Labetfr
ky), Aione Ritchie.
SomiiU from the Kinging kocks
(Walters) Joe Gilbert.
Over tho Top March (Goeffrey O'
Kara) Hebcl's Cherry Bud band.
Tarliotic drill, sixty children.
Cresent City March (Lopez), Hebcls
Cherry Hud band.
UUIilJJ (10 Vv.t"- .. ,
jThursnelda Koehler, Alta Zinn, Rebec
ca Samuel, Jcnnio Tiiompson.
In Flugelkleide Mazurun (six nanus;
(Krause)', Alene Ritchie, Clarice Bitch
ie, Winifred Ritchie.
Voral solo, selected, Dan F. Lengen
burg. Showers o.a Stars (Wachs), Helen
Dancing on the Porch (Connelly),
Grand March do Comert (Wollen
haupt), Rebecca Samuel.
Woodland Chimes. Alice Johnson.
Vocnl solo, I Don't Want to Play in
Your Yard, Kuthie oKchler.
The Mountain Stream (Smith) Jen-
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Willamette Valley News
State Normal Graduates
Ha?e Secured Schools' End Year's Labor
Monmouth, June 4. Out of the 133 j Woodburn, Or., June 4. Dr. V. G.
members of the graduating clas of the' Dubaeh, of Corvallis, addressed the
Oregon Normal school, 53 have already ! Woodburn high school graduating class
secured position as teachers, and eoin-! at the Jiigh school auditorium on Friday
nieueenieut is yet thr.se weeks off.. Su-I evening. This was the ilth annual com
periiitendnts and principals of schools meneement and th largest class in the
from all over the state visited the school , history of the school. The 31 graduates
early in the year and picked the teach-j were: Elnia Bohn, Lois Aline, Loiaine
ers they wanted, making contracts. atTlay, Velma Bents, Millie Branigar.
onao. Two of the po&.3 awarded are 'Hazel Cone, Esther Doud, Lncilc Cuts-
priueipalships. Miss Bena Anderson goes 1
to tlood Kiver, and Airs. Joyce Atkiu-INeil Hall, Roland Helbock, Olive Has
soa to Muplewood. ! kell, Helen Kent, Hazel Magnusen
The other positions arc: Springfield I Clare Gillette, Rose McCormick, Kuuiou
Opal Holversen, Laura Duerner, OrajDimick, Adolph Clay, Ethel iorrison,
Brown, Belda Hamilton, Lorraine Ma-Edithe Wood, John Stone, Murrel N.?l
houey and Emelia Lindahl; The Dalles ! son, Helen Wageman, Harold Olson,
Ak'lba M. Griffiths; Forest Grove, El- Raymond Lawrence, Bichard Kuehner,
oUe Watson, Blanche Morey, Caiie .jKose West, Amy Thompson, Bertha
Evans: Clatskanie. Martha Wikbers. Straw and Gernidino Furdv.
Beta C. Marks, Maggie Thompson, Ruth j
Wordeu and Florence Bushuell; Mc
Minnville, Susie Graap, Bessie Osborne
and Virginia Nottingham; MarshfieldJ
Uara A. kelson and (iertrud.0 Chambers;
Prineville, Margaret Nelson and Helen j
Halvorsen; Crane, Gaynele Shore; As
toria, Anna M. Nelson; Merrill, Mrs.
Ruth Utter and Olive Whipple; Bandon
Olga Wiberg ; Empire, May B. Liinc and
Mary Miller; Portland, Clayton Buirow,
Lakeview, Mrs. Lola Hall; Cloverdale
Edna Reusser; Enterprise, Leita F. Bow
orman; Prosper, Nettie Beloui; Mora,
Bertha H. Harpole; Eugcnp, Alice Graut
Fairview, Euth Wilson.
In Monmouth Thursday
(Capital Journal Special Service) '
Monmouth Or., June 4. Memorial
Day was fittingly observed in Mon
mouth this year with a full and complete
program given in honor of our old vet
erauB and also of our soldier boys who
have gone forth to join in the present
world conflict. As usual the Independ
ence G. A. R." and W. R. C, organiza
tions were present. Tho Polk County
Patriotic Band which has recently been
formed furnished the patriotic music.
The march started at 1:30 beginning at
tho Normal with the faculty in the lead
and some 300 girl students all in white
following m twos. As had been previous-
ly arranged the citizens joined in at
Morlan's corner and the procession
marched cast to the bank , where they
were joined bv the G. R. A. and aux-
ilaries. Here the band took tho toad in
the counter-march to the Normal, where
the program was held. The Normal-High
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scliool orenestra accompitiuiu iuu uuu- - m ,
i it,..i nA n. tho program. leo cream, caue and straw
lence for "America,' ana for tne B. , . . , , ,
.... . . . ,, . . ,, i. berries and cream will be served. Come
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ence G. A. B. read selections from the
bible and the invocation was given by
u,r i,.,,., .,.., , ..v,
then read the president's proclamation,
after which President Ackerman intro-
duced Dr. J. R.-N. Bell of Corvallis
who delivered a splendid address on a
thoroughly patriotic theme dealing with
oast and present. Dr. Bell was a sol-
dier in the Confederate army for over
four years and now has grandsons in the
army of today. He was a graauate oi Mr. and Mrs. U. 11. Tucker ot ba
Moumouth college 44 years ago. The ad- lem took dinner with. Mr. and Mrs- C.
in a humorous vein was S. Thomas Sunday.
both amusing and instructive and was
..,:fi. ti.mA .iiuiiir plipra lvv .
the audience, led by the speaker.
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tanCen al aiaie HOrmdl ,
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Monmouth, June 4.-Undor the di-l
rection of Miss Mary Hohain tho very
effUk-.it head of the department of
i, . i at a . ,i..i;..i.tf ,,i
morning at the chapel hour in the Nor -
n,i nnTlitnrimn. The Normal-High
mal auditorium. The Normal-High
school orcncsira oi -n. ihccub who i"i-
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members of tls orchestra are from tuo
High school, and five of the 14 have
sorved in this capacity for seven years.
The chapel was well filled with students
and town people and all wont away
feeling that tho time was woll spent.
The Normal Glee club also "tendered
several pleasing selections.
K,ecent visitors ai tue nwuuu
CUy School 8upeH
Recent Visitors at tue JNormai were
i,fioiwl AHistnnt Hunerintendent
Grout and the grade teachers who com-
training school work at the Normal. Th-e
party came bv auto and were entertain-1
la by Dean Todd at tho Dormitory.
Rippling Waves, uussie Hoior.
V(wal wilb, Romo Where in France is
a Lily, Mrs. Hendry, band accompani
ment. The Swert Bve and Bye, with va
riations (Webster) Mrs- Agnes Wood-fin-
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Tuba solo, The King, (DalUey) ,ve-
Auld Tng Syne and the Moemng
Bird, with variations (Hawthorne
M,s. Ac, woodtm, trs. um, o
Mrs. ulver. .
Moonlit Waves (WiUiamsJ usie lia -
el. . ... .
The Old Oaken Bucket, with varia
tions, (Kyder; Alta inn.
Over the waves (uiane; bianco
Ritchie. . . ...
Flower Song (Lange) Jiatnicen
Throwmg Kiss,. (Hems) Mary Dra-
Ser- .. . .. . , ,omi
The Frolic of the Cricket. (Smith)
"'vmagf F'ival (Gurlitt) Marie
p in B
i in nr:.ft. riTor1lnf c.
companied by Al'a Zinn
"hUosophy (Emmell) ' accomfanied
'vi.ho. f.ln l Hwl March: (b)
One Evening at Truraun Sa, W. Blu-
Tho Star Spangled Banner, sung by
Final. Overture Trrairratic (Dalbey)
iUbel's Ciwjr Sud band.
forth, Georgia PeWitt, Lotfie WVist,
The St. Benedict's school held its
istU grade commencement exercises at
the Bungalow theatre Friday evening,
A long program was given. Bev. C. A.
Mahar made the address to the class
and presented diplomas to the following
graduates: Louise Bauman, Margaret
Beck, Alma Eockhout, Henry Beck, Mur
ray Sowaand Lillian Kowash.
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Waconda, June 4. Mr. and Mrs
Thurman and daughter motored to
Portland Yiday eve.
Ed Becker is home from Eugene.
Mrs. Habert and son, Walter, spent
a few days withe relatives in Portland
The Waconda young folks attended
the baseball game at Sheridan Sunday.
Mr. ajd Mrs. Johnson of eastern Ore
gon wero visitors at the Al Jones farm
for the week end.
Mr. Aspinwall of Waconda has been
shipping several car loads of tics, ship
knees and lumber the past -month.
Mrs. H. T. Heath, a sister of Mrs. E.
P. Habert, will leave the TJ. S. June 9
for Manilla, P. Ii where
be will join
Mrs. G. W. Marlseo is visiting ber
son in Portland.
Mrs. D. M. Keene spent Sunday with
her folks in Wcodbujn.
Mr. Farr and family were visitors in
WncAndla Inat: ftnndnv wpo.fr.
Mr. Simmons and daughters and
Loverne Pa'mer and Miss Vinyard
were unoppuig iu oaium ouiuruu;.
The Liberty Red Cross auxiliary
fjU (jive an ice eream social at
Libertvhall June 7th: there will b
eream social at tho
and bring your friends. Everyone in-
Mr. Brown's litstle-girl was reported
Boriou8l iu Saturdajf night.
Mr and Mrs. MorriBon motored to
fivi.inr. renorted a fine time. .
f Ubotty school closed last Friday
iWltn a picniB dinner . and baseball in
- tne afternoon, and with a fine program
;,, thn eveninsr. when nine of Liberty's
y0U)1g ladies and gentlemen received
ithcir graduation diplomas.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. O. L,
Tim, An will 'ha .nlfHioeri to know thnt.
rthwr telephone has been repaired and
is in wnrkinir order, after be nir out
of commiiseion for about a month.
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Glen Roberts is home on a visit
with his rarentsi.
Mrs. Anna Robin entertained friends
jirora roraana ounnay. .
Mr. M Mrs Smith Daugherty m i
Mr. and, Mrs. O. K Brooks took dm-
er with O. L. Dencer and wife Sun-
:from Portland Sunday.
.Mrs. Hoffnuin is reported on the
,81 118 ' , f. , ..ndl,on.
L 0ra. Tmdall, wife and Bnason,
.. I Donald, have just rerurnea irom i.nm
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Crops and gardens looking fine,
r;ti T,,r,lul RnPli.1 Serviced
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thfoT NosXeThaWnXL Tl.ur.lny night the Odd Fellow, and
L ,, ,l.,tl.ren.lar.hool I B"Dce,,0 m't ln tho I- O. 0. P. hall
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? T.,..ft B(ifr
, rur Y ""i
nw An m i. mi.:,. :..,.l,.,lo
Mut, War Savings Stamps and I rem,
War Uip'ians f."Ilu- . v . , ,
.5 ?F2? l?l?n
fiity dollars that it would cost to lia.
the year's accumulation of tin cans and
rubbish hauled away that each house-
v,.l,l. ,.f nwn t,i- hnvlnir it.
bush bo planted ovor the burled eans
as the iron rust is saU. so be especially
good for rows.
Miss Mabel Wei-t is auscnt tins wcck
b0ay 0f her mother for burial. Mrs. U.
West w,,0 M taken to the bood,
ge it Wp.tal recen tv-
ment. died there on Saturday, ilay 2j
, M K w Taverner has been en
(ffacrt'd an pniuipal of the chool,
i for the coming year. Miss Alice Mcln
tosh is retained ar critic teacher in 7th
and 8th graVs and Miss Mamie ltada
Imiiirli in 5ih and (ith erades. Miss Beo-
- A,hlan(1 haM en.
! gaged for the 3rd and 4th grades toi
Smith, nf Eugene for 1st and 2nd,
Smith, of Eugene, for 1st and 2nd
the High and Training school will close
on Jun.o 14 and the Normal one week
tie daughter Elice started Thursday for
Willows, California, for a visit with
friends. From there they expect to
on to Saeramente. sThe trip is being: gnortg per toB
Vi&He by auto and will last until the u&y eheatf new
middle of June. 'Hay, vetch, new
Miss Alice fvott who left recently
for a visit to her father in Wasco toun
ty stopped off in Portland and there
CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT.
QUICK REFERENCE TO FIRMS THAT GIVE SERVICE ON SHORT NOTICE
WHERE BUYER AND SELLER 'MEET W RECOMMEND OUR ADVERTISERS
Ulm Electric Co, Masonic Temple,
DO YOU WANT new awning for
tor or hocef Call ox writ U Dili
man, 980 Highland Ave. 5-18
0B. F. I TJTTEB, DENTIST, ROOMS
413-414 Bank of Commerce bldg.
Phone 606. 11-4
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Beat Estate Security
TH08. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush bank, Salem, Oregon
rHE FIXIT SHOP Let us repair and
sharpen your lawn mowers. ItiSl
Oourt. Phone 1022. tt
DBS. B. H. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
- nerv specialists. Graduate of Amer
lean school of Osteopathy. Kirkville.
Ho Post graduate and specialized in
nervous diseases at Los Angeles Col
lege. Offices 505-508 U. 8. Nat- Bank
Bldg. Phone 859. Residence, 1620
Court. Phone 2215. Dr. White Bee.
FOB BENT Business location at 162
north Commercial, will remodel to
suit tenant. See E. M. Klinger, 463
State street, Salem. 6 9
BILLIARD PARLOR for rent, with or
without fixtures; will remodel to
suit tenant; best location in city. E.
M. Klinger, 463 State street, Sa
met her fianeeo, Mr. Gunmar T. Olson
and on Tuesday May 28, tho couplo were
married. Mr. Olson is working in the
shipyards and Alice must have decided
that he needed a .home keeper as the
marriage was a'surprise to hor friends
and relatives Iwore.
The sheep men of this vicinity arc
busy now a days with the shearing.
Mrs. Will Wililams and her brother-
in-law Kenneth Williams of Lewisville
motored to Portland Wednesday where
Kenneth cnilcted in the uuvy.
Mrs. E. T. Evans and daughter Althoa
were visitors in Vuoiiburn Thursday.
Walter Smith, grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. O.'val Butler is here from Cordova
Alaska and will remain for a month's
visit with relatives, after which he cx
pects to join the navv. Walter is l
doctor and has specialized in X-ray
workhe is a nephew of Dr. O. D. But-
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Mr. J. I. Phillipl of Portland arrived
Tuesday for a visit with his daughter,
Mrs. William R;dd11, Jr.
Mr, and Mrs. Will Stockholm are flol
'cgates from Polk county Pomona grango
the State grange which convenes in
Baem Tuesda a mmheT of Monmouth
are planning to attend.
Miss Gladys Evans returned Thurs
day from Dee, near Hood R'ver, where
'she has just finished a very successful
j nni nindv. will
teach there again next year,
Tho S. P. are still hauling great num
bers of logs from the Siletz country
tlirniirli Mntimnnfh. mnsf nf them 0
Dallas. Rom of the logs are very large;
thrco of them making a load. Several
trains or zd cars nave pusscu mrougu
fr a" informal
lor an uiiormai iareweu puny in iionui
vice in tlte nnny. A very gleaning nmsi
cul ir(jgrnm was given and an addreH
CSI)(.f ial!y int(,rost.
ing. Rev. Pace has a ken sense of hu-
9 ' "h"d
bv Kev. S. H. Pace, pastor-of the local
Zkzi'av;z to s
' , . mara
eoi aiicr niiicu uuunuu unu buuih
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well', were said to the departing sol
. T. J. Edward and family motored to
Turner to visit with relatives last Sun
duy. On Tuesday the Edwards home
was the scene of a happy family ro
T c, ijIfi, pill0.
-y y,nMZZ: Mrs. V,
- ; ; - brothers and h.2h
, WU1, ,,, l,il,,.
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Wheat, soft white
Wheat, red .
Wheat, lower grades on
Barley, ton .-...
jjav. .lover, new 20fo22
- i)rT whate beans 7-7'A
127 North High
BEW GRILL OPEN Opposite Oregon
Llecirw depot, lunches and cicala at
all hours, from 6 a. m. to 11 p. m.
Sam Louie, 136 a High St. 6-21
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack hall on every Tuesday
at 8. V. Andresen, C. C W. B. Gil
son, K. R. 8.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. S246.meeta
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in Derby building, corner Court and
High street, B. ?. Day, V. C.j J. A.
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson,
secretary. All cases of cruelty or neg
lect of dumb animalB should be re
ported to the secretary for investi
gation. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
"Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360.
meets every Thursday evening, in
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl Coursoy, 214 Court St,
oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, recor
der, 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84, meeU every Thursday at
8 p. m. in I. 0. 0. P. hall. Norma L.
Terwiiiiger, J. A-; v. A. vioueri.
secrotary, 340 Owens street.
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE-
Men's clothes, shoes, bats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit
casus, trunks, cameras, typewriters
and furniture. Capital Exchange, 337
Court street. Phone 403.
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Boos
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
,2247. Residence Main 2272.
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 years experience. Depot, National
and American tence.
Sizes 20 to 58 in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, etc
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 250
Court street. Phone 124.
rC,Li .n Tr Jtt!
1 corner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
Pork, Veal and Mutton
Pork, on foot 15i416c
Veal, fancy 14(15c
Spring lamb 12 Vic
Lamibs, yearlings - c
Iv,,.. trudo 3Cc
j.gg cash a:c
I Iin.ikrs. live 23c
s, poll d ... ajjj
Turkeys, dressed .... 28?M
t urkeys, live, JM0. I niiyjcaa
Hens, dressed, pound . 30e
Old roosters IMwlH
Potatoes, old . . 75c
Potatoes, new 4 'Ac.
Onions, green 4tle
Onions, liermuda ...... (2
A rihnkA 75f
:. - f
fabbaio - 3c
Urape fruit, California $4.50
Lemons, hex - i.ou(aa.uu
S:ra'bei rics $2
Dromedufy dates $0
Creanierv butter - Sffc
Flour, hard wheat $2.85(ft3.10
Flour, soft wheat $2.65
Country butter . 45c
Eggs, doV.cn 40
Sugar, 11 lbs. for $1
Sales limited to $1
Portland, Or., June 4. Butter, city
ereaniery 44o . "' '
Eggs, selected local ex. 8940e
Boilers 23(a30c '
Cheese rriplot 2526e.
Daily Livestock Market '
" Receipts 2Bi
Tone of market strong, unchanged
'Prime steers $1413
WILL TOO WRITE to lonely yonnf
widow worth $35,0001 Would marry.
Address Mary, Box 5S4, Los Ange
les,r;al. - 6T
WANT TO BUY for eash, modern 1
' room boum, with large lot; 135 cree
all tillable, near Muleshoe, Texas
'for Salem acreage; 240 acres, 08
" cultivated, 40 pasture, good soil,
lays well, running water, 3 miles
from town, will take $2500 in trade,
price $23,000; 60 acres all cultivated,
19 acres prunes, fadr buildings, 1
mile from town, $8,000. Owner, room
1, 841 State St. 6-17
FOR SAiE Five acres with eooa
house, barn and out buildings, fenc
ed, cross fenced and most of the
ground seeded, good water front
pump, fruit for family use; on a
good road 2 miles from city Kin
its and -car line. Njnare Deal Real
ty Company, U, S. bank building.
IRRIGATION FOR 1918
For the pirrpose of trying to make
tho" irrigation service more satisfac
tory the city Will be divided into twe
distriots so that each district will get
the full service oif tie plant upon the ,
dy it irrigates.
The plan is to have the houses which. :
bear even numbers on the streets irri
gate only on Monday, Wednesday, Fri
day and Sunday, and th-o houses which
bear odd , numbers on tha street irrif
gate only on Tuesday, Thursday, Sat-,
urdoy and Sunday. This plan will 'per
mit every houso to irrigate four aayi
out of each week."
The purpose of the Water companr-
in furnishing' water for irrigation ii
not to furnish all the water a person
can ruin through 'the hose in the six
irrigation hours every day, but to furm
ish enough water to keep the lawn in
condition. To use more than enougn it
a waste, we will pump me usuw
amount of water and hope to furnish'
H more satisfactorily Salein Wtev
Light & Power Co. tf
(In effect Uune econd')
BALEM- GEEB LINE
No. 73 Arrive at Salem.... ...9:10 a.m.
ho. 74 Leave Salem ):00pjm;
SALEM, FALLS CITY WESTEEN
1H1 Lv Sulern, motor 7:50 a.m.
1S3 Lr Salein, motor -......0:35 am.
165 Ly Salem, motor ..1:40 p.m.
Through car to Monmouth and Arlie
107 Lv Salem, motor . ...........4:15 p.m.
109 Lv Salem, motor - 5:58 p.m.
39 Wy frt. Ly Salem ..5:00 a.m.
102 Ar at Salem 9:10 a.m.
164 Ar. at Salem 11:00 a.m.
166 Ar at Salem 3:00 p.m.
168 Ar at Salem 5:35 pjn.
170 Ar at Salem ...... 7:20 p.m.
240 Wy frt Ar Salem 2:30 p.m.
Leave Arrive Arrive
Portland Salem Eugene
6:30 am 8:35 am 10:50 am
:80 am 10:11am 12:25 pi
10:45 am 12:50 pm
2:05 pm 4:15 pm 6:85 pra
13 Ltd. 4:45pm 6:40 pm 8:50 pm
17 6:05 pm 8:07 pm Salem onljr
19 9:20 pm 11:20 pm Salem only
II 11:45 pin 1:55 am 6:50 am
North Bank Station (leave Jeffersoa
Street 15 and 20 minutes later)
froln Leave Arrive.
Ho. Kugene Salem
8 12 :05 am 4 : 35 am
f 7:15 am
10 Ltd 7:35 am 9:45 am
18 1120 vn
14 11:20 am 1:50 pm
K6 Ltd. 1:55 pm 4:00 pm
JQjj ..4:10pm 5:30 pm
Z2.. O.srspm 7:03 pm
iNorth Bank Station (Arrive Jefferson
Street 15 miuutei earlier) .'Leave Cor
'jeave Corvallis Arrive Salem
8:25 am....Northbound....9:45 am
12:12 pm....Nerthbound...l:50 am
2:41 pm....Northbound....4:00 pm
4:10 pra....Northbonnd....5:30 pm
6:18 pm.Norbound....7:55 pm
8:35 am..Southbound....9:57 am
10:15 am....Southbonnd..ll:33 am
J2:50 pm....Southbo niC .1 pm
4:15 pm....8outhbound....5:40 pm
8:40 pm.8outhbound....8:00 pm
Choice to good sleers $12.50(il3
Medium to good steers $ll(fi)13
Fair to medium steers $10.50rti,UJfl
Common to fair steers $U(al0
Choice cows and heifers $t075(fj
Medaum to good cows and hearers
Pair to medium eowi and n neri
Bulls $6.50(3: 10
Stockers and fneders $810
Tone of market steady, unchanged
Primo mixed $17.40f17.50
Medium mixed $17.25Ca)17.35
Rough heavies $16.25 10.35
Tone of market lower '
East of mountain tembs $165017
Valley lambs $16fril6.50