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FE03I MONDAYS FIVE O'CLOCK EDITION
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON TUESDAY, AUGUST 20. 191:
I THE JOURNAL'S NEW TODAY j
HEDIUM m MRION COUNTY-TRY TKEtfOR RESULTS
JOURNAL WANT AD DEPMTMENT IS THE BEST SELLING
CLASSIFIED ADVESTISINQ SATES
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Xead your advertisement the first aay
it appears and notify us imniediatUy.
Minimum charge, 15c
BEO auto for sale cheap. Capital gar
ae. S 20
WOMAN wants work by hour. Phont
HOUSE for aale eheap. Fhone 47F12
"WANTED Job teaming, or clerking in
store. Phone 1040W. b 20
S00 TO LOAN on real estate seeuri
ty. Et. 0, Box 111. 8 24
WANTED To rent near asylum, small
place. Address K care Journal. 017
FOB SALE Good 10x12 tent, $10. New
this season. 1173 S. loth fet. 8 17
FURNISHED fiats for rent. Call 1737
WANTED Veal ealvea and fat cattle.
Phone 1576W. 9 8
GOOD pasture for tows on the L. E.
Paee estate. Phone 44F22. tf
HAVE your roof repaired and tarred,
estimates free. Phone 1074. 8-20
OOL. W. F. WEIGHT, the auctioneer.
Turner, Oregon. Phone 59. tf.
WANTED Girl for dining room and
tray work at Willamette sanator
WASTED Driving horse for the win
ter keep. Address C. E. ?aro Journ
al. 8 20
30 HEAD ewes for sale, or might put
on shares witn right party. Phone 115
or 1201 evenings. 8 24
FOB SALE Or trade, 5 room house
for house and barn. Inquire 200 N.
SALESMAN, collector wanted for Ma
rion and Yamhill counties. Call 333
FOR SALE Cheap, team work horses.
A. F. Fellows. 1396 a Liberty St.
Phone 1588J. 8-20
GALE & CO. require the services of two
a experienced salesladies for their dry
goods and ready to wear dept. 8-21
I AM in the market for a 9 -or 7 room
modern bungalow or house, must b
bargain. Box 164, Salem, Or. 8-23
WANTED, To trade good lot on paved
street for Ford, must be in good eon
ditios. Address B. W. care Journ
ASSISTANT eook wanted at stato in
stitution for Feeble Minded, 60 with
board, room and laundry. Telephone
EC ACRlX all iu cultivation, liuuse,
barn, in prune district, 7 miles south
of Salem, on Pacific highway. Price
4500. 'ierms. Call Modern Bukery.
PROPERTY in Falls City, Or., to trade
for residence in Salem. Write to Box
133, Falls City. 8-23
FOR SALE 3 year oil Jersey milk
cow. Mrs. Albert Robertson, Fair
view Ave., Kt. 3, Box 5SA. 8-20
FOR SALE 7 room house and four lots
at your own price. Will take auto as
first payment. Phone 815. 8 22
BALESMAN WANTED For whole
sale fruit and produce business. Ap
ply at Salem Fruit Co., 207 S. Com
mercial Ht. tf
WALL PAPER 15 cents per double roll
npward. Bnren'i Furniture Store, 179
WANTED Man and team, can make
from 8 to (9.50 per day. Call phone
4X51 Turner. tf.
HOUSEKEEPING apartments nd
single rooms, nicely furnished, at
633 Ferry street. tf.
TWO and three room furnished apart
menu. 491 N. Cottage. Phcne 2203-
FOR SALE One 10 hore power, hi'h
pressure, horizontal boiler and on 8
horsepower upright. Enquire at Com
mercial Cider Works. tf
WANTED Furnished housekeeping
room ia private borne f.w family of
three. Must "be clean and convenient
asd close in. Phone 301. tf
SPECIAL If vou can offer froir
110,000 to 1 12,000 worth of good city
property in any of the eoa cities. I
have a real cracker jack of a soap in
acreage to offer you. But it requires
rtHia. C. . Nieojevrr, .Hi Mate
street. - 8
FOR KENT 5f0 acre farm I'i miles
wort of Dallas: stock goea with
place; 135 acre ia cultivation, bal
ance pasture, large dairy bam, lUo
an 1 good improvemeBte throBghOTt,
water from aieuatain stream" ipod
to baildiagT, also e4 for irrizatioa
Reference wnired. See K. P. Bvis.
23 Breyxaa block. U
WANTED A good second hand bicy
cle. I'hoae 1-36R.
FOR SALE Picked Graveustciu ap i
I nr. I u'l-i u-f M J
. VTrn , .
"ANTED-A woman to eare fur nva-
lid. Address tm Ferrv Ht.
il HAVE a cash buyer for a good prunu
orchard. C. . Nicmever, 544 State.
WANTED Woman to uiauage tuall
cafeteria for few dav. Phone 22i'6
M. " 821
PEACHES for short time only. Call at
orrhard or phone 56F14. M. C. Pct
WANTED Second hand ewiup ma
chine, good condition. Address Loub
rare Journal. ti-20
WANT partner in good paying busi
ness with $5"0, lady or gentleman, se
curity given for vour money. Box
333, Salem. " ' 8 2f
FOR SALE Auto, 3918 model Chevio
let with extras, run less than 2000
miles, good 3 new. Address H S car
BOY wantg work on farm. Good hoim
wanted more than anything. Over 15
Good worker. Write or call 1055 S
13th St., Salem, Or. 8 22
FOR SALE 1914 Ford roadster or tour-
ing car 300j 1914 Studebaker 375.
Highway Garage, 1000 &
ALL KINDS of store fixtures for sale,
safe, button making machine, hat
conforiuer, shoe button machine, etc.
Stockton 'a store. 8-23
FOR SALE For 1275 Studebakef, 20
h. p., has electric lights, generator
and storage battery. See MeCall at
Capital garage. 8-23
FOR RENT 5 room Bungalow, modern
rent for flO month, is worth more.
Call at 1685 N. Liberty atreet, or
phone 2017R. S-20
WANTED Lady office manager, per
manent position to one qualifying
Addrsat statin references, salary
wanted, etc. ABC care Journal. 8 22
WANTED Hop pickers to pick early
and late hops. Pit-king will last from
20 to 25 days. Hops good. Yards clean
Will start picking Aug. 23. Phone 8F
25. J. A. Kriebs. tf
FOR 5'j pr cent-farm loans, see the
Marion-Polk county national farm
loan association. W. D. Smith, 303
Salem Bank of Commerce bldg. tf
3 GOOD men wanted for factory work
long job at good wages. Call at room
303 Salem Bank of Com. blag., or
phon 482, agent, W. D. Smith. tf
I WILL pay tip to 2000 cash for 10
acre of sandv loam soil not too fai to the plans as outlined for Willamette
from Salem. If I do not receive a jH'niversity young men in this Corps will
offer l--fnre Sutnr.lnv the 24th. I will I be given six hours a week strict mil-
look elsewhere. Write Box 13, Jour
FOR SALE At bargain, 6 room modern
bungalow, large lug, garage, one block
from paved street, 2 blocks to car line
An ideal home for little money. Ad
dress A. J. 20 care Journal. tf
FOR RENT One bungalow, 5 room
modern, fH; one 7 room house, good
shape, good garden, 7; one 7 room
strictly modern, Court street, 22..0;
one o room bungalow, H. Cottage, fiiiieii of Burn, represent inn the Harnev
oi.e 0 room eottnge. Bush St. S. Bre
i. W. Laflar, Hubbard bl'lg- 6-21
GOVERNMENT needs 20,000 clerks at
Waihinglon. Examinations every- j RivPr fr i, rtKt;..is of the lauds
where in Anjjiist. Experience unnec-lj,, t,e. bed f Malheur Lake and lands
essary. Men and women desiring gov- .adjing. These applications are filed
eminent positions write for free par-!in connection with the application sub
ticulars to J. C. Leonard, (former mitted rnuie time ago to the State
civil service examiner.) 1039 Kenois j in, )i,,ari f,,r the reclamation by
Bl.lg., Washington, D. C. 8 24 drainage of the bed of Malheur Lake.
FOR SALE Or trade,
acre Central Oregon
ri'it size for party
moans, number one
neighbors, near school and town and : remainder lies along the border of
creamery. Also near wood and saw'the Uke. which will be irrigated through
mills; would consider acreage or town the construction of canals from lh
Addrctt 411 N. ( hurch HI.,
KOR KENT l'i'W acres river bottom
land, or anv portion thereof, fi.r one
' T --.-I. l' ..1.1
or mure can, icroi? ca.sii. it e
prefer renters who wish to grow veg
etablcs, as we now have vegetable
drviug plant located On ranch. Ad-
, 8,. , ,, ... T
dress t. Clemens Horst o., Inde -
T , a n
udcoee. Or. 8 31
FOR SALE Five prussenger Keo. All
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f . . tt
CHAWFOKD canning peaches now
ready. Order immediately, crop li;;lit,:
short season, onaiity fancy. Ijch-j
mund s orchard 5 miies north of
I 'in. in Keiirer bottom. Phoaw fl. W.
Bowden, foreman, farmers 29F3. Bring
your botes. tf
GOVERNMENT WILL hold civil serv I
ice namiBatiors in HaVm in Aast I
r" cl . ir problem. Having Ome -.oe and
Eleetne eouipment, with starter.! ' . . ... "? ...
20") women clerk to be appointed! paltimore, Ml, Ai?g. 10 "A most
at Wasliiagton. Experieaee aaoeee-jon,frtble n:Kht." w the state
sary. Wowcn dV-sirirg government men t today at the J.hns Ilnpxis. hi
elerkship writ for fre particular 1 p!t! concerning the condition nf Ceited
to B. E. Terry, (former civil i vice States rVnstov Ollie Jihh, Kestveky,
examiner, 315 Columbia baiblier.j who h been eowf.ned to the rr,rtiti
VS'ishiEgtoa. -3 t!o for aeariy three tntntii.
LOST Medium size. 1'isek leather
traveling bag. full of pcrsoual effects,
including 1 "h) liberty bond. war
stamps, a letter addressed, F. E. Cuci-
minjes: liberal reward if returned to.
this office, and bo question aked.
F. E. Cunimings, 441 elialem Ave.,
Portland, Or. d-W
MEN WANTED Able bodied over
eighteen years for paper mill work
at West Linn, Oregon, near Portland.
Wages J3.36 eight hauls. No experi
ence necessary. Permanent positions;
and advancement for steady aaea.
Strike declared eight nionthl ."1(0 dots
not affect peaeefal asd normal oper
atioa ef this plant. Free transporta
tion. 141 North High St. Phone 340.
To whom it may concern: Tou are
hereby notified that John W. Schwa
bautr and Mary Anna , Schwahauer
have made application to the county
court of Marion eounty, Oregon, to
have their names changed to John Bow
ers and Mary Anna Bowers; Also to
have the names uf their two sous chang
ed from Oliver John Sckwabauer to
Oliver John Bowers and from Clarence
John SchwaLauer to Clarence John
Bowers and you are furtlier notified
that this notice is served pursuant to
an order of sail eounty court. 9-11
Will Confer With
Army Officials Over
Training of Students
Prof. Win. A. Harden of the depart-
""i' or '-"RUsh m v. Ulainette I'mvers-
it)' and Dr. Carl Gregg -Doney, presi-
lent, will represent the University at
the conference to be held Friilav and
Saturday of this week at Sau Fran-
isco between (he war department and
the colleges nf the northwest in regard
to the Students' Army Training Corp.
Dr. Doney will leave this evening.
stopping over at Ashlaud tomorrow
night to deliver an address under the
auspicea of the Red Cross and the
Y. M. C. A. Cm his return he will
spenk at Medford next Monday evening
I he tjouncu of Education of the
War department has urged every col
lege in the west to put oa a special
campaign to secure students this fall
and enlist them in the Students ' Army
That students may know how the war
department feels about young men en
tering eolloges and universities for the
purpose of taking special training, the
Council of Defense states very plainly
as follows: "Ibe object is to prevent
the premature enlistment for active
service of these men who could by ex
tending the period of their college
training multiply manifold their value
to the country."
Young men who intend to register
at any college or university this fall
should make arrangements before the
time of the general register with the
local exemption board iu order that
in filling out their questionnaire it
mav be stated they are on inactive ser
vice in the Students Army Training
Corps. The exemption board will then
place them in ( lass 5-1). According
itary training with four hours a week
of collateral work that will be of value
to the government when they are called
iiite the service. Men for the officers'
training corps will be selected from the
colleges ami universities.
Wants Water To Irrigate
58,000 Acres in Malheur
Applications have been filed with
ftHte Engineer Lewis by C. H. .VM'on
- iinsin Development t'umpany, for the
j appropriation of HH" second feet of
mater from Ilie Blitzcn River an'i.TM
L,..od feet of water from the Hilwes
1 he project, a -cording to the app
improved .I.W, canons filed, will involve u area of
stock ranch, '.Vs.OoO acres, a large part of which
with limited now lies in the bel of Maiheur Lake
water. ood:aud must first lie drained, and the
.riiitaen au.l Mivies lovers. iae esuui-
atcd cost of the irrigatua fca'uros of
the projeet w 2.i.j.iSHi.W).
Young Lady Takes Man s
Place In Simpsons held
. . . , . ,
I. M hiiiipson of near Airlie, whs
i. 1 . ,,
is the niHuinee on the !eiuoerate
,krt fr , rof,:UlitKUUI r ow..
a large farm on the l-u tuaiuBte and
has been serloimlv haaiprred by the
were ready to harvest Mr.
a lues sure
'wived by Mis Agnes Krtciit, a yooag
;ladr of th neiv-hborb-iod. who came
tit LI si vi 4 n nw tknvf .l iri'r,l in iht
. .. , . . by t.kir,, .
aa' p!se in the f e'd. the donned
overa'is ml "Hei haul hay. nmrt.
t,ixs ta,t nt.f krw1f Be?j Wherever
rA ihe sav
sk j.,, the erafk.
i IVk Coaaty Obwrver.
Had a Bsd KtgltL
DOUBLE ATTRACTIO M
FOE Fill CONCERT!
Folk Dancing By Children To
D- F i III "D- I
Be Feature It Is "Re
A doubk attraction it scheduled for
Wil!m park this eveuhig, that of th;
final concert of the season of the Ckc. !
rian band and the Belgium Fete. Booth, j,
have .been ereetrj ia the park and th!$
band stand especially decorated for the
oeca:sion. Between the numbers played
bT (he band, there will be felk danc
iug by children under the directMM of
Mrs. Ralph White, The td preraat
is a request program, the numbers le
ing those that have mot appealed to
the people during the season of 18 eoa
certs. The program is as follows:
Star Spangled Banner . i
March, 2d Regiment Connecticut Na
tional Guard D. W. Kooves
S-le'tion Fatt( Ch. Gonnod
Waltz, 11 Bacio L. Arditj
Serenade, A Night in June....K. L. King
Overture, La Belle France (French
Aniina (Kerenata tgyptienne) Link
Songs of the Nation J. B. Iuui pe
Selection, Chimes of Normandy (
March, Cavalcade W. P. CLamlx-rs
JAPANESE RICE RIOTS
ABOUT UNDER CONTROL
Government Requisitions Rice
Stores And Will Put Hem
Tokio, Ang. lft The rice riots have
caused police ia Tokio to exercise the
utmost vigilance, although this city it
comparatively free from disturbances.
Lights ia the main streets have been
extinguished since Wednesday. The
streets are deserted with the excep
tion of rioters. Newspapers have been
forbidden to publif-h news of the riot.
The police have stopped the tram
ways, closed the motion picture thea
tres, the park and other theatre.
Geisha houses are closed.
An imperial ordinance authorize the
government to requisition private rice
stores for the market. ( ' i
In many cities tbo , police save
shown sympathy with the rioter and
have not moved against them.
The rioters are charging that the
farmers are responsible for the rice
shortage to a great extent, declaring
that 120.000,000 butmclt bf grain are
hoarded by the producers.
The minister of marino ha announc
ed that the provincial governor re
port the disturbances subsiding.
LATEST WAR BULLETINS
London, Aug. 2a (7 p. m.) The ad
vane of the French armiee nnder Geo
era! Mangin since Saturday baa reach
ed five nolle, it was learned this ev
ening. Tta total advance registered to
day totalled three miles at the point ef
The French fcav captured Outo and
Between 7 a. to. and 3 p. m. today,
the French took a total of 2800 pruon
Rome. Atr. 20. Heavy fighting In
various sectors of the Italian mouecjilni
, front was reported by the war office
Rome, Aug. 20. The ubmarlii F-7
! entered the Gulf of Quaranerro In the
upper Adriatic and torpedoed and auukiv' eroe, tu li officer, and vtilort-
large Atrian steamer. retunUii to
ita baae unhanned, tb admiralty an
The ttulf ef Quaranerr Is east of
Pol naval base, between the Ittrlan
and CtoaUxQ coaMfi j w ,j mtCH
London, Aug. 20 Japanese troop
have landed at Nikouuevsk to protect
allied citizens there, according to an of
ficial diflpatca receives! from Tien
Klkoiaevfk i an important city sit
uated near the mouth of the Amor rlv
er, 750 mile north of Vladivostok.
Washington. Ang. 20 Germany now
recognizes the Utriins acd ricUnd as
fi-ld ef wriMtary eporattorr and 1
ruitiing plan for the re-eetabUshmeut
of tit ecttr etstern battle kne, id
rice to entente diplomat and military
authorities sere today Indicated.
Aautcrdam, Ang. 20, Boriet troops
have blown tip th important tunnel of
the trans-Siberian railway near Lke
Baikal, according to a dispatch rocelv-
ed from Uoacow today. The dispatch at;
so aecUrsi that th aiiis "ia th Arch-
ruig ef th bolshevik artillery.
i i i m i
Waehington. Aag. .'i. A iovestig-
ns or eompittists that lavoruj.m s,'""i "r'rs, si i'j kukm-ii .treet. is I
bea nhowa ia arding restract t.r, looking for her oo John Hcheoanman
aut'inmesit 'tt.,-tr was begun to jwh. si .s ks not sees for two years,
day by ahr. of is ati luil.tsry Kh wants to kif'W if he is still liv
c,niat. j injf. He was working tt tk ayluiu
thai few mrgr contractors, sn.onjf
the.H the Stsrrett Tbfespsma Conipanyj
sad the tieorg. A. Fwiiey (i(rssy, bv
received a large proportWa f twayi
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
MARION COUNTY MS
PLENTY OF TEACHERS f
FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS ' I
Claims It Puts Weapon In :
IT- J it 1? I T
Hands Of Employer To
Coerce AH Labor.
Washington, Aug. 20. The
Thomas amendment to the man
power bill provides that when
any person is placed i a defer
red classif icatiou, "for indus
trial reasons,' he shall not K
entitled to resuain Therein unless
he shall ia good faith continue,
while physically able to do o,
t, woik, and follow such occu
pation, employment or business
and if he fails to do so, he si: all
agaia become subject to the
Washington, 'Aug. 20. The TI:oiis!
work or fight amendment to tn wan'
power bill i. an insult to labor. Frank
MorrWon, secretary of the American
Federatioa of Labor charged before the. I
hone military affairs committee todav, f
' do not protest acaiLst mea eo ii
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protes, against putting I hi, weapon ini
the hands of unfair employers to brand
the worker as slackers' Morrison i
Morrison declared the amendment was
nothing less than labor conscription and
that it would ba mandatory nunn the:
president to enforce or prevent strikes i
citing the opinion of several attorney. '
who differed with Secretary of Wat.
Baker on this score. j
"Henater Thomas, the author of this
amendment, admits I, 1 aimed at'
strikers," Morrison said. "The gov
erament is not exercised. eer the in I
dastriM situation, hut some one Is and
ho is hidden in th dark," Morrison!
"Is the Colorado Fuel company and!
the steel trust behind this legislation f I
"The men who urge this amendment
urge it a a punishment, but the men
know they would be better off in the
trenches than if they were over worked
and tinder pa(d is a steel mill.
"Organized labor has kept faith and
dn not want the odium of tlackcrism
cast upon it. Drag out th. Influence
uenuiu laoor conscription and you'll
fin4 the most prolific profiteers in the
Morrison denied . Senator Thomas '
charge that wi, work had been held
up by strike and th statement that
miner were laying off two and three
days a week, introducing statements
from the fuel administration showing
thut fewer miners had produced more
eoa! this year thaa last.
Morrison emphasized throughout hi
statement the charge that employers
had asked deferred classification fnr
employes and wor, now trying t0 hold
nni.lary service over them to prevent
agitation tut letter wages.
l'r. C. R. Mnn, chairman of the ed
neational advisory hoard of th war
department told the committee that
draftinv men below 21, would not wipe
out education jn the country, beciiM. it
plm.iicd to put these young men thru
an Intensive fours,, of instruction be
fore and after they are In the armv.
Several members of the committed
pointed ou, that ince boys of 18 would
e me nist to lie drafted
. ... . '
an oronaii hv iniiku l.
, ' : "," lu ti!
ewt,y o, J jn, ,.-it year. j
Twenty Four Given
Crosses For Service
shititf has Hiknr.li.il
Si'. tieni'ial I'cr
'"' "" n " "r'.v. The
iee of them w
The list iwliidcl ,w t,Uii,,K
ljculinuiit Colonel II. Kra,,k
Major lieoige K. Ho..ell
Captain Cluivnce lluclM-r
l.uoiiiiuiil. F. llogard
1-Touil c, Sheppsrd
John M. Arthiir
Ward H. Hurker
f harle, W. Chapman
Juii.es M. Wilson
Leoosrrt C. Il,ki,
Hrrifeantu Albert H. Klze
ktobert II. ftonsgne
Isaic1 I tally
Arthur F. Warn
forporsls f!aytn II. M.,oi,
Eugene W. Wear
Pnvav, ( urn ( lui.t. nbcrry
.l.-iioc, J. Prelly
H rt L. kcam
K i. Kct,1,v
Lui, . Harkci.rider
P. F. Firming
No address, wer annouiired.
Mrs. Elizabeth zVhananaian f Port
fsrm aodut two years ago. If sr.y os
happen, to krw.w where h is now cio
ployed, they would do favor by no-
lilv'lli! MllKV tl.A 'E.,Jtll1 J..(.rul ..
K ( i , l '"'STioiil f.i-i b moiiin iu inai nri
I'orilar.d. hlte thinks her oa is w ik
isg tn farm setr i-.lciii.
lie-jt. CoL A. T. Woolpert and Mtjr
NEWS FROM THE BIG STORE
3S Years the Leader
Our Grand Show
Is in keeping with the Standard
Maintained by this Store, that of
Quality and Style Guaranteed.
We have a new showing of Crepe De Chine, Char
meuse and Imperial Satin. These are the very la
test for Fall Dresses. See those new Challies. Come
in Figures, Stripes and Plaids, Fine Selection to
WEDNESDA Y SURPRISE
Those Soap Kewpies that Make the Kiddies Happy
On Sale Wednesday, 9c each; 3 for 25c
Our Entire Line of
Must go. Tliis line includes New Fall Styles, and
at the Prevailinr Prices are Exertional Huts. But
to Close out, all Soft Hats go at from $1 to $2.50 less. X
STIFF HATS 1-2 Pit ICE. f
A. A. Hall are iu Portland to&iy at- Once In a while the rural tuperv ia
tfndiug a vession ef the general staff. jnrs of Marion eounty sihools make Ik
It 1 understood at this moeting the scquniulauc of an energetic young
question will lie definitely aud finally ! ster vhowing the trend ef the coming
decided as to whether tteleni i to or- generntiini. For instance, Beatrice
ganixe a machine gun company. Vales Ktlcr of Iho (iray Pond school rfis-
the general Mt give, permilon to,ri', " b f"v'7 .V-
ii. i i ''"'"l prcuatory food club, write
organise the company here, it is under- lnllt Bl.r0lll,t f picking blnokberriea
stood that nothing morn can bo dotis
in that renpoct and tbt Moleni will
hove no machine gun rompinjr,
- o 1
Several tain hen in th county have
been referred to tho IVmhuteo school
district where a teacher i wanted out
none have looked with favor on the
proposition, although the salary offer-
1 is HU a month, lioaid is figured at
I t - l !.. -
state and the expense of traveling
,B(r, tack rathl.r t0k mty 1(B
lilieritl salnry offered whnft is vomi"
list larger I tin n tho average count ry
ditri.t i offering from tlm part of
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l lir.l'ARIMi Foil
i-i bull in tlx- wig
and Still on Top
her report was a few dav slow. She
lull do $40.14 during th berry season
and writes that it will all be invested
in War Huviugs HI stops and clothes.
Cannsd milk advanced 6S cent a
case in price yesterday and if the ad
vntire goe on much more, grocers my
the price is likely to jump from 1.1
ecu In a Ian to a retail price of Ht)
centi. Muring the pant 00 days thito
has heca an advance of t1,55 a eun
of all Hi.! ulaii.ljid brands which ia
cludcs t'aritallon, itordens, Mt. Vernoti
it ii it A-iter, The increased ciwit is saiil
to be due to the high prices of food-
tuffs, especially hay.
FAIT WOK t IS" t.Ats MA-KK .Wriean soidk-r, ptdy
lloy mtiH wear I,, no -t this tiertnan t.aiid to hand.
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