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THE DAILY CAPTTAT. JOTTKNAL. SALEM. OftE. FRIDAY. JUNE 2g. 191g.
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AFTER !1Y DAYS
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Tea Will Hardly Know Me Fourteea Sailors of Torpedoed
When we Meet Again; For I lransport Dwinsk Reach
Am Getting WeU," He
Halifax. K. R. Jnna PJ Twv
four survivors of the British tras snort
One of the latest addition to the Dwinsk, sunk off Be rmoda on June 28,
list of leader of thought and actios shook off the shadow of death bjr
who have come forward with their un- thirst and starvation today when the;
qualified endorsement of Tanlae is the were landed at Shelbune, near here,
same of Hon. Frank V. Evans, form- 'by the fishing schooner Jamea U.
er mayor of Birmingham, Ala., ex-State Marshall.
Examiner of Public Accounts of Ala- Crammed into one lifeboat of the
bam a, and at one time editor of one even with which the Dwinsk was
of the South ' greatest newspapers equipped these men had drifted and
The Birmingham Age-Herald. . sailed six hundred miles during which
Writing to a porsooal friend in At- time they nred a Robinson Crusoe,
la tit a, Mr. Evans says: ' Swiss Family Robinson existence on a
" By the way, you will biscuit and a small quantity of water
I army Know me wnen we meet again each morning and evening.
because I ant getting well and strong Their boatswain 's mate, Larballes-
again. As X told vou while in Atlanta ter who, Kke his 23 companions
last month, I have been suffering a British, Itold the story of the terrible
long tune with gastritis, as the doctors voyage toitay.
call it Teully a disordered stomach The submarine launched its torpedo
with consequent constipation, pains in curly in the forenoon of June 18, he
the shoulders, headache, belching, heart said, without giving the slightest warn
burn, loss of appetite, ls of sleep, and ing. Tho men piled into the Beven boats
tainting spells, iror weeks I could not 8s the undersea craft started to shell
sleep on mr back. the stricken vessel which was fast
"Ono week sgo, uon rocommenda- sinking.
tion of friends, who had tried the The 'boats kept together all dining
medicine, 1 purchased one bottle of the day, but when night came they
Tanlac and began taking it. Since my separated and when another way camo
cond dose 1 have suffered none of 'the boat carrying the boatswain's mute
these, troubles to which I refer, and and his companions was out of sight
rea'ly believe I am going to get per- of the others. Three times during their
foctly well and strong attain. Won t long trip north and east they 6nw ves
that bo wonderful at jny aget Well, se's pass theon without halting to pick
Certain it is that Tanlac is a wonderful them up. They were ittoo fur away for
medicine, and you know I am not given signalling. When picked up by the
to Vpuffing' mere experiments and am fishing vessel of f Seal Island they were
rather orthodox as to materia medica. down to t!io very lust of their ship's
"I shall continue the treatment with 'biauui aud water with whilh the
jM-rfeet confidence -in the final results, boat had been hastily provisioned when
(Sianed) "FRANK V. EVANS." the attack was mado. The Marshall'
.Commenting on this splendid endorse homo pont is Clouce-itcr, Mass,
ment of Tanle G. F. Willis, Interna- Other survivors from the Dwinsk
tioiml DiHtriibnltor of Taiilae said. have been lnnded at New York and
"Although, the list of prominent en- cither American ports,
AWserg is a long one, I recall a few The twenty four taken to Shclbourne
lending names that lend iboth dignity pnclbubly wiU bo bought to liuhfux,
and credit to the entire Bray. Some
"Hon. C. W. Mangum, of Atlanta, Reactionary Tendency
ror inrce terms snonrr or ruuon coun
ty, Go. Hon. McICcnzie Moss, judge of
the eighth district of Kentucky; lion.
Moans R. Glenn, superintendent of
printing for the stnte of Kentucky)
Col. John B Gains, editor and publish
er, Bowling Green, Gy.; Mr. C. C. Coop
er, president Georgia Cotton Oil com
pany; Mr. it. w. mil, bank president
In Wall Street Today
New Yonk, June 28. The New York
evening Sun linancial review today
A reactionary tendency today in the
market du tho New York stock ex
change, although the copper issues were
or Bourn ntwmirg, Tenn.; mr. j. r. consistently strong, but the fractional
Carroll, cotton mill superintendent of declines failed to bring out stocks in
X'hrititah'oo'he, Ga.j Hon. A. K. Ander- quantity. The volume of trading was
son, or Houston ior seven Terms wier- small aim tne sentiment of floor traa-
Srf of Harris county, Texaaj Hon. 8. S. era was generally bearish. There were
Bhnpherd, ex-oity councilman of At- a few strong spots, such as copper
lanta, and many others whose names shares, American Sumatra Tobacco,
liave heretofore been given ito tho Rubber and Butte Copper and Zinc.
' Tanlac is sold in M,t. Angel by Ben
. Goodh, in Gervais by John Kelly, in
' Turner by II. P. Cornelius, in Wood
burn by Lyman H. Hhorey, in Salem
' fey Dr. S. C. Stone, in Silverton by
Oeorge A. flteelhammor and in Gates
tjr Mrs. J. P. MoCurdy. (Adv.)
Ilarion County Growers
to Discuss Prune Prices
A meeting of "the prune growers of
, Marion cotimty Will be held Saturday
. fternioon at 3 o'elocs; in the Commer
eial club to select delegate to attend
. tts state convention of growers to be
. keld. in Portland July 2.
The Portland meeting has been call
Tho opening was irregular and tho
bearish pressure was more pronounced
in tihe first hour "than at any other
period. The selling resulted, however,
in mere fractional declines. .
Except for strength in United States
Rubber aud Sinclair Oil, the fluctua
tions wers narrow and the price move
ment nalt In the late trading. The
market "continued dull and inactive,
with sales for the day not much great
er than 400,000 t'larcs.
Two Hundred and Fifty
May Go Into Class A
Th.9 legal advisory board for Division
1, Marion county exemption board has
completed Its labors of investigating
. d 'by tho stato food administration ou.ici-.tlnn nr ...r. ... ,.;,..
to consider a tisfactory price for the ed la tfc,g division ln fcU ta t
1918 prune crop. Representatives of i , x Tho MeoBinciiaatloll, of tm,
th federal government are expected board hav9 boen handcd t, , ,
i-1 1 J -i. j g exemption board,
gf3 ' y. i, ' "wws
sim!-"ii' ""Hmi rii i llliiiliiw Mlli
Tosicss exclusive writ .,
It is understood that out of the largo
number investigated, only about 200
recommendations for a change in clas
sification have been mado. Changes sug
gested will now bo taken under con
sideration by the local exemption board
consisting' of Sheriff W. I, Mocdlmm,
j to nitteml the meeting,
I The federal (roveininent lias accepted
the 8 cent busis priice of the Califnr
)"ia 1'iowiirs and the consensus of opin
ion among gruwors here seems to be
j thiit such a figure would bo satisfne
I torv to Oregon, especially s in the
past, the California product has at
I times been quoted higher than tho
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half the sum you spend returned to you in a
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Just call on one of the dealers named below,
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POSHAY & MASON
J. C. PENNEY CO.
H. R. WORTH DEPT. STORE
ALLEN -'8 DRUG STOKE
BERMAN'S DRUG STORE
COTTAGE GROVE, OREGON
NE WERA DRUG STORE
DALLAS, OREGON . -MANOUK'S
J. C. PENNEY CO.
CONRAD STAFRINS DRUG STORE
FALLS CITY, OREGON
M. L. THOMPSON.
WOODBURN, OR EGON
MOORE S DRUG STORE
County Clerk U. G. Boyer and Dr,
There may be a fcw changes in clas
sification where the party under con
sideration will not be notified. Itow
evor, it is the intention of tho (exemp
tion board to work carefully and where
thero is moro information wanted, orders
will bo sent out to appear before the
board. In any case where the class is
changed, the party lias the right of ap
peal to the district board.
lite form of notice to be sent out
V. iftl headquarters to Vancouver. Wash
ington, unless bridge tolls over the
Columbia river are revoked in so far as
his division is concerned. '
Several sections of the division were
moved to Vancouver today. This is a
sort of experiment, it whs explained.
Government officials nt Washington,
who believe headquarters should be at
Vancouver cannot understand why the
division should pay heavy toll bills for
the privilege of rWuaiuiug in Portland.
ed, efforts will be mado to secure the
In each district speakers who are
familiar with the campaign arid its pur
poses will deliver addresses. Also the
directors of the district along with
their workers will mako their reports,
all of which will be sent in to V. M.
Smith, county chairman of the rural
It is somen hat difficult to form an
estimate- of how the country districts
have been working up to their quota,
Mr. Smith said today an where the
At Disque's headquarters it was ex'
iHiy tlun board where more information plained that for business reasons Port'
is needed is ns follows: "Tito legal j land is preferrable. An opinion from il"ta na not heen pledged, the work
advisory board has recommended a re- the attorney general of Washington j e,s llrp depending greatly on the sub
classification for . The mattet , state is awaited. Oregon officials have ; "'liptii as to lip received at the mass
will be taken up for a rehearing by this consented to remove the tolls,
board oih , and you are iwquoat-1 '
ed to be present."
Move to Vancouver
Mass Meeting Tonight
In School Districsts
I TiH'ijiht, in every rural school dis
trict in tho county, mnss meetings will
Portland, Ore., June SS.-Colonel : m lu'''l to UW final pledges for the
Disque of the spruce division is mak-1 war savings stamiw campaign.. If the
quota of tho district has uot been pledg
ing good on his threat to move division-
meetings this evening.
This morning, Mr. .Smith, as chair
man, received the following telegram
fiom stat headquarters in Portland:
"From reHrts received your county
hai vhauco of being first over the
top in Oregon. Such achievement if
made, will lend hope and enthusiasm
to entire state and demands full rec
ognition by the national committee.
Expect several counties over the top
by Friday evening. lo not stop work
until everv dollar of quota is secured."
MARGARITA FISCHER, "THE SALEM GIRL"
HIPPODROME VAUDEVILLE TOMORROW
Your Summer Outing
For health, resort aud mountain outings: Breitcnbush Hot Springs,
Mt. Jefferson, Marion and Pamelia Lak?s.
We lmvo now established a daily pack trein sud saddle horses. Also
have a mountain outfitting and general merchandise store, at Detroit,
For further information, Roy Ncvpo't, S.
Oregon; or Detroit, Oregon.
P. Lunch Counter, Albany,
Seven Fatal Accidents
1 Reported for Week
j Tudiistrial accidents reported during
the past week ran up to a total of 84(5.
! of which seven were fatal, according
to the statement issued today by the
s'ate' industrial accident commission.
(The fatal accidents were as follows.
A. Weinenfferld, Astoria, shipbuild
ing; T. J. Maty, Portland, shipbuild
ing; John F. Casey, Takilma, mining;
j H. W. Kes. Portland, shipbuilding: J.
j.f. M.'Guire. Towers, logging; Oscar
Cornelius, Brighton, lumbering; Yancy i
Cooper, Boring, lumbering. '
Of the total niunibcr 617 were sirb-1
ject to the provisions of the compeii-:
sation act, 18 were from firms and cor-1
porations which ihavo rejected the pro-!
visions of the compensation law, and 1
11 were from public, utility corpora-',
tions not subjact to the provisions of 1
tho coinpansutidji law.
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