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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1919 PAGE NINE
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General Pershing's Official Report
Killd in action .... 90
Did oi ounds 5
Died of aecirfent and other causes.... 8
Died of disease 14
Missing in action 70
Wounded severely 200
Today's casualty list contains the
following names of Oregon men:
Francis M Yoat, Cushman, died from
Harry J Waller, Baker, died from
Thomas. 0 Baker, Pilot Rock, died
Robert MaoGregor, Portland, died
Guy R Vaughn, Baker, killed in ac
tion Ima O Bedford, Hillsboro, died of
Waited Hooreth, Portland, missing
KILLED IN ACTION
Capt Kit It Varncy, Pan Francisco
William H Corbett, Dorchester Cen
William L Eib, Cleveland O
Joseph H Johnson, Chapel Hill N C
Harry L Eoaller, Chicago
Harold B Bosnian, Brooklyn
Lyman Holdman, Brooklyn
, . AmaniHiB jHunt, Chicago
Harold M Moiarty,' Willimantic' Con
- --- .corporals
Waited R Johnston, Pittsburg" .
Glen C Bharrow, Hughosvillo Pa
Dennis C Twy'ford, Eat Laho N M
Whoeler A Boteler, AUio M M
Edward W HamsdcU, York Cornor
Franb Banks, Springiield La
1'askel P Bell, Edford Ky
Jolin Billhinrer,- Chicago
Joseph: C'nmoron, Walker Switch
Mo . "
i'Vanlii Charles, New York
Oi'fie Courtney, Darlington La
Gilbert M Darling, Johnson City NV
Claud D Daugherty, Suffolk Va
Alton D Dollorce, tHby Mich
Leroy G Easly, New Franklin Mo
Clinton French, Dow N D
Solomon Friedman, Detroit Mich
Forrest Gnffiivett, Pana Hi
AC Gec'owots, Defiance O
George H Goodiich, Toledo O
Joseph A Kenny, New York
Kiarl Jjowia, Lorain O
Abe Lichterman, Chicago
Eugene McDonnell, Ellsworth Wis
William McKinley, Winnmac Ina
Joseph Mlodereniec, Philadelphia
Eilwin Morken, Madd'ock N D
Frank Pnrtyka,. Scrnutoii Pa
JSalvalore Kusso, Brooklyn
Arthur :R Sargent, Hiibbarston Mass
Lee Smith, Williamfbudg Ky
James M tiprague, liena 1U
Martin iSteinliauser, Hammond InJ
Oscar A Swenson, Stacy Minn
Cornelius V Heiile, Grand Bapids
Thomas B Yates, Youngs Cieek N x
Walter L Adams, Cotebrook Pa
Herbert G Anderson, Rockford 111
Edward Anna, St Louis
Arthur H Armstrong, Everett, Mass
William A Armstrong, Vassar Mich
Edward B Baker, Lisbon O
Jas Baker, Dmidoo 0
Otto F (Beit!!, Sheboygan Wis
Hnrley Boyd, McMinnville Tenn
Thomas E Bradbum, Kelso Wash
David J Brodette, Cambridge Mass
Goldman Chrihlman, Hattiesburg Mis
Mnrl W 'rocker, Rock Island 111
Tommie D Davis, Lcwisburg Tenn
Andrew Dulck, Chicago ,
Frank E Elliott, Lakewood C
Rov J Feit, Columbia City Ind
Carl L Foote, Little Falls NY
William B Gillpatiick, Waterloo la
Stanley J Golden, geranton Pa
Joshua Gdubowsky, Detroit Mich
James H Hanawalr, Boone la
Christian A Hanson, Bonilla 8 D
Anton Koscinszko, Cleveland O
William A Layton, Arnold Neb
Sam Lock, Gainsboro Tenn
Arthur W Lyford, Fall City Wash
Joseph McNamee, New York
8a mMardo, Italy
Austin M Mix, Detroit Mica
Lonan M Morrison, New York
Manuel Olivarcs Jr, Darlington Tex
Charles W Riggleman, Doveville Va
Gnstaf RosendalilfTarfytown N Y
Peter Savoy, Chicago
Edward J Schacliorn, Monaea Pa
Benjamin J H Schrotcn'boer, Sauga
Fred Si.hulisie, New York
Gregorv Shussman, New York
Carl Smith, Milltown Ind
Robert L Sturdavant, Ennis Mont
Raymond Thompson, Neligh Neb
Jennings B Wilson, Oil Cit La
Einil Zimmermann, St Vincent Ark
PIED FROM WOUNDS
lit William F Leland, Atchison Kan
6gt Oscar M Smith, Ft Worth Tex
Corp Alexander Herrics, New York
Corp Sharo B Whitley, i'arsall Tex
Cook Leroy Quail, Port Morri N J
DIED OP ACCIDENT AND OTHER
William J Bryant. Coue,l D'Alene
John W Essex, Paulding O
Roy E Flinn, Spokane Wn
James Guffoy, Atlanta Ga
James E Holloway, W naieigh N C
Charles Krstetter, Buffalo N Y
James V Marzano, Newark N J
Merton 0t Ottman, Moquah Wig
DIED OF DISEASE
Capt Harry C Turner, Los Angeles
Paul C Dennett, Portsmouth N H
. Albert F Gilmore, Elizabeth N J
Edward Burow, Midland Mich
William ,B Craven, Holyoke Mass
Howard, F McCormick'Sumner la
Thomas C Roy, Esso Tenn
Walter J Karpowich, Roxbury Maki
Thomas- Meredith, Geneva 111
Max J Siebrecht, Wauwautosa- Wis
John G Utterback, Washington
Sadler Peter B Daniels, South Bend
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iBugler Edward Watts, Burlington N
Lt Roy L Hush, Mesa Ida
iSgt William J 'O'Connor, San Fran
eisco Corp James A Freeman, Santa Ana
Bugler David W Lachance, Raymond
Corp Larry. Hay, Sunnyside Wash . .
John Phillipi, Wattis Utah
Martin T Sears, Logan N M
Manuel Silva, Sacramento Cal
Rufus B Wilson, Ceres Cal
Frank E Woods, Kosubury Ida
Russell R Honey, Siockton Cal
Alfred Julicn, Spokane Wn
Clyde W Ruawll, Pomeroy Wash
Robert V Stephens, Tnenma Wn
Klsino Asils, Dayton Wn
Harvey F Clayton, Perkins Cal
Olaf 1 Fjorden, Bnypoint Cal.
Antonio Gaeta, Fresno Cal
Herman Herforth, San Franciseo
MISSING IN ACTION
Harry P Adams, Santa Ana Cal
Peter R Anderson, Bremerton Wn
Claude L Campbell, Moscow Idaho
Charles H Welch, Regina Mont
. . MMIONNEWS.
(Capilal Journal Special Service.)
Our school closed Dec. 20 for a weeks
vacation. The afternoon of that day
was devoted mostly to enjoying a large
Christmas tree which had become beau
tiful by the skillful decorating end
good taste of the ninth grade girls. The
trua n lnn.lnrl with nrescnts for nunils
and teachers. A program was given by
the teacners assisrea uy iwv. ju.ci.m
linifl Vov. Bmnncr c-nd Chester Lee.
This program wus a complete surprise
to the pupils, who had not ueen asuea
to tnko part on t')e school Christmas
program, as thcv were assisting the
churches with their programs. Santa
Claus made e tiuieiy appearance anij
wus another si rprise to the pupils who
were so -happv their faces fairly shone.
Tim mp nntirn iriven our returned sol
dier boys was a success in every detail.
A large crowu was present ana greatly
en joyed the talks given by the returned
bovs telling of their experiences in tnc
army. Gai-'s were ployed and rcr.csh
menfa were served and all went home
glad that they had been there. The
hall was appropriately arapea wuu
Mr. and Mrs. Martin of Salem are
visiting fit the home of Mr. end Mrs.
Claude rerhunc, who is stationed at
a naval training camp in California, in
home on a short furlough.
Rev. End Mrs. Russell and children
returned home last week from Scotts
Mills where they have been since lsst
Cecil DeLassaux is home after being
in the aviation service for over a year.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoag spent Christmas
with their parents in Monmouth and
E. E. Werts and family all have tho
influenza, also the family of Ira Os
man, both families living about two
miles from here.
ti... v.t nnil familv Dont last weeK
Villi A 1131 J I
with relatives ia Portland.
Albert Fennel, who in stationod at
a camp in Virginia, is expected home
about Jan. 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Tow Winn of Bedding,
Cal., are visitiiij relativos here.
Virginia Wiun of Salem is the guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Thomas
; Winn. ,
i Mr. and Mrs. Curry of Salem apeat
Christmas hero with relativos.
Mr. and Mrs. Brower from Buttuville
have taken up thoir residence in th
Kephart house and expect to make their
home hero. .
Our community is saddened by the
death of Mrs. H. C. Shields. Bho died
last Saturday, leaving a baby boy two
days old. Mr. Shields and tho rela
tives of the deceased have tho sympa
thy of the entire neighborhood.
Clmrlie Witts, who has been visiting
at tho home of Henry Loretz, has re
turned to a naai station in Washing'
A wutch party was to have been held
in the hall on Tuesday eve, but wt
called off on account of the influenza
being so near. Every one is doing nil
they can to keep the dread disease out
of our midst. -
Rov. McFarland was an Albany visit
tor last week.
Frod and Bob Tomkins of Corvallis
have been .guests in tho Miles Barber
Laura Haack of Portland is the guest
of lior psronts, Mr. and, Mrs. , Fred
Mr. and Mrs. Hammit spent Christ
mas day in Salem with their son, Clar
enoe. F, Sherwood has had te misfortune
to loso four horses and a cow this fall.
Id Doerflor of the Wald Holls spont
Christmas with her sister, Mrs. Hal
. Emnut , Mitzner. of ; Albany spent
Christmas day with her mother and bro
thoir front room floor.
Bev. and Mrs. Bronnor wore indood
pleasantly surprised when they return
ed from church and found a new rug on
thei front room floor.
Lowis Russell is doing some repairing
ou the C. W, Russell homo, eiter which
he will start to build a new house for
Mr. Winn. ' "
W. J. Pierson, who has been ill is
able, to be around again.
Viola Bouck, who is attending school
in Salem, spent Christmas at home.
Ida Doerflor expects to give music
lessons in Mcrion this winter.
H. E. Russell will leave soon for No
ti to work in his brothor "s piling camp.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cook visited rel
atives in Butteville last week.
The farmers 0h the bottom are going
together and out the drifts out or the
Arthur Crismw has returned from
the service and tas been visiting at
tho Stevens homo.
Clarence RiiM wjtf has been in the
hospital at Eigene on account of tho
influenza and ippendicttis, is expected
Thelma Benfrs was the guest of her
aunt, Mrs. Zell, in Salem for a few days
last yeek, end Beryl Beiit was vis
iting his grandfather, E. Horning.
Word haa just Deen receiveu mm m
linni Dalian wao broke his log jast sum
mer has just returned to his homo in
Odell after seventeen weeks in Hood
H. Loretz rtut Christines with his
daughter in Eugene.
A baby boy has arrived at the hom
of Mr. and Mis. L. Peterson and he has
been named John.
Mr. Mont a is Buffering wnn a cci
attack of tonsilitis.
Mrs. George wus dangerously ill last
week but is better now.
Mrs. Lou Webb and daugntei, r.ule.
from Summit are visiting at tne horn
of Mr. and Mrs. J. ff. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Boy oiyier - .
Slytcr are visiting reiauvea iu
tv..: (Smith received an organ as &
Christmas present from her Pants;
F E. Westerberg will begin cutting
railroad ties out of the timber on his
land the first of tne year.
Chester Lee was a recent Portland
B. L. Mote ana ,
, i . f tho B. F. Lnsley
spent tnnsimnn -
home. . . . ,!,!.
Gur Hammett, who nas m :u
in Dallas, was home during t
George Slvter of Marshf eld has re
tun.rt .ftei a week's visit with hy.
'Gardner of Cottage Grove is ,th
guest of her daughter, u..
Th Christmas trees and programs
given by tie churches were well at
tended and much enjoyed.
The Journal classified ade are
gnat favorite with people who
do thingsTry one.
THOUSANDS FLOCK TO
President To Visit United
States Embassy Saturday,
Rome, Jan. 2. Thousands flocked in
to Rome today to greet President Wil
son, who is due to arrive here tomor
row morning. Hotels wore filled. The
SHERIFF'S NOTICE 01 BALE
of Real Property on Foreclosure
Notice is hereby given, that by vir
tue of an execution duly issued out of
the circuit court of the state of Ore
gon, for the county of Marion and to
me directed on tho 10th day of Doeem
bor, 1918, upon a judgment and decree
duly rendered, entered of ecord and
docketed in aud by said court on the
3rd day of December, 1918, in a certain
suit -then in Said cstrf spending, where
in B. F. Bainp, as executor of tho last
will and testament and estate of Mary
A. Ramp, deceased, was plaintiff and
Henry H. Vandovort and Emma Vando
vort, his wife, and John S. Boall and
El'ma H. Boall, his wife, and R, W.
Foster, unmarried, were defendants in
favor of plaintiff and against said de
fendants by which execution ff am
commanded to soil the property in said
execution-: nd hereinafter doscribod to
pay the sum due the juaintiff of $2000,
with interest thoroon at tho rate of 7
per cent per annum from the 3rd day
of August, 191 6, until paid and the fur
ther sum of $150.00 attorney ' fees to
gether with the costs and disburse
ments of said suit tared at 24 and
costs and expenses of said execution.
I will on Saturday the 18th day of Jan
uary, 1919, at lthc hour of 10 o'clock
EXECUTOR'S ' NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, by virtue - of an order of
the county court of Marion county,
Oregon, duly made and entered of rec
ord on the 1 Kb. day of iDeeaoiber, 1918,
was appointed executor of the estate of
John Aide, deceased, and that he has
qualified as such. All persons having
claims against said estate are hereby
notified to present the same, duly veri-J
nea as requirea Dy law, at the otfica
of Smith & Shields, attorneys, 403 Sa
lam Bank nt Commerce building, Sa
lem, Oregon, within six months 'from
the date of thit notice.
Dated and first published this 19th
day of December, A. D. 1918.
GiBOVJOB . BKLMNGEB,
Executor of the estate of John Aide,
deceased. . 1-16
NOTICE OF HEARING
of Final Account
Notice is hereby given that the fin
al account of Luella Darby, administra
trix of the state of John Darby, de
ceased, has been filed in the county
court of Marion county, Oregon, and
that me oth day ef January, 1919, at
tha hour of 10 o'elock a. m . has been
duly appointed by said court for the
hearing of objections to such final ac
count and tho settlement thereof at
which time any persons interested in
said estate are hereby required to ap
pear and show caase, if any they have,
wny sua final account should not be
allowed and approved by said court.
Dated 'November 27, 1318.
Administratrix of the estate of John
Darby, deceased. , 1-2
IN THE COUNT If COURT
of the State of Oregon for Marion
Ia the matter of the estate of Henry
D. tit. Holen, de-ceased. Notice of hear
ing ef final account.
To all persons interested in the es
tate of Henry D. Bt, Helen, deceased:
You are hereby notified that on tho
3rd day of December, 1918, Elizabeth
I. St. Helen filed in this court her fin
al account s executrix of the estate
of Henry D. Si. Helen, deceased, and
that said final account will be heard
by this eourt on Monday January sixth
1919, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m.
of said day or as soon thereafter as
this eourt can hoar same, iu the room
of the county eourt at the court house
in Salem, Marion county, Oregon, and
you are hereby cited to appear at the
time and place above designated and
show eause if any cxirt why said, f in
itio said executrix discharged from her
Dated this 3rd -day of December, 1918
W. M. BUSiHEY,
Donald W. Miles,
Attorney for executrix, V. B. Nation
al bank bldg., Salem, Or. 1-2
American president will receive a re
ception as vociferous as accorded him
in any allied capital.
The president will occupy the lieu
tenant governor's apartment ia the
Quirinal. Ou Friday night there will
be a gala reception. Wilson is to visit
tha United States embassy Saturday
and will then go to the Vatican to
meet the pope. At the same time Mrs.
Wilson will call on the queen of Italy.
A reception to President and Mrs.
Wilson at the Chamber ef Deputies
was scheduled for Saturday afternoon
and Saturday evening there will be a
reception at the government buildings.
Rome has been extensively decorated
with allied and American flags.
All Capital Ships Of Future
To Be Electrically Driven
Washington, Jan. 2. Al) capital
ships of the future navy will be elec
trically driven, ''insuring their auper
iority over vessols of other nations,"
Secretary Daniels today told the house
CLOTH COVERED WASH BOARD
The inventor of a canvas covered
wash iboard claims it will not wear out
clothing as rapidly as motal or woodon
pe wise adwrtiseuourwants
puta rcsutBriMiiWantAd in
to-morrovvand wKchthp return
I CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT
QUICK REFERENCE TO FIRMS THAT GIVE SERVICE ONJSBORT NOTICE
WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEET WE RECOMMEND OUR ADVERTISERS
Uasonia Temple, 127 North High
aHm ISoetria Co.
ORS. B. E. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
aerve specialists, draduates of Am
erican school of Osteopathy. Kirk
viile, Mo. Post graduate and spee
lalized ia aervous diseases at Los
Angeles College. Offices 505-508 Nat
Bank Bldg. Phone 8S. Residence,
1680 Court. Phone 2216. Dr. White
lea. Phons 409.
OR. P. L. UTTER, DENrI:.T, BOOMS
413-414 Bsak of Commerce bnildin$
SALEM WATEB COMPANY Office
eorner Commercial and Trade streets
Bill payable monthly ia advance.
MQKEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd A- Bush bank; Salem Oregon
FEDERAL FARM LOANS 6 po
eeat 84 years time. A. C. Bobrnstedt,
401 Masonic Temple. Salem, Oregon,
MONEY to loan on good rial estate.
6J4 percent government money to
loon. Liberty bonds bought and sold.
W. D. Smith, Salem Bank of Com
merce. - 12-14
OT0VE8 REBUILT AND REPAIRED
60 years experience, Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 26 to 58 in high
Paints, oil and varnish, eta
Loganberry and hop hooka.
' Salem Fence and Stove Works,
250 Court street Phone 124-
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Wheat, soft white $1.&4B
Wheat, lower grades oa sample
Oats : 80
Hay, oats ., ..,. . $23
Barley, ton 48(W50
Mill run I4343.50
Creamery butter 6667o
Pork, Vnai and Mutton
Pork, on foot -......-....................... 16e
Veal, fancy . 1618e
Hay, cheat , J2425
Steers .. 79
Cows .......... 6
Spring lambs ,.,..... 11a
Ewm..,. ..- .. ,. .,. .4(S18
Lambs, yearlings .... . 8(ji9o
Eggs and Poultry
Eggs, cash .....,w........ ... 64e
Hens, live :.. 2224o
Old roosters .......................... 15
Turkeys dressed , S335o
Turkeys, live . 2028
Sweet potatoes $4.75
Potatoes ..: $1.50
Onions, local $1.79
Cabbage .. ...... , ..
Turnips .................,.....- 2
Celery '. 95c
Head lottueo $2.753.50
Parsnips ..........,....-.... 3t
Lemons, box $!i(ffifi
Florida grape fruit,. ease ...4r' $6f
Black figs, 25 25 lbs. .B0
Figs, 4 oB. packages : , $5.50
Figs, 8 oz, packages $4.S0
ARE you looting for a house s Port
land! I have a cozy tbre .room eot
tage, choice lot, in a five locution
near car lino in a good neighborhood
If you wish to buy it will pay you
to ace number 6730 at corner of 68
street and 49 ave, 8. E Portland.
Price $800. Phone 470 or ate Square
Deal Realty company, V. S. bunk
BRES YOUR TRADES
I can taatwh you. C. W. Btomeyer, Real
lOsti'is Agent, Canadian Lands, 644
State srt. s
SALEM SCAVENGER Garbage aatf
refuse ef all kinds removed on month
ly tracts at reasonable rate
Oess pools cleaned. Dead animals re
moved. Office phone, Main 2247.
Hmidease, Main 2272.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
MeCoraaek bUl oa every Tn-aday
at 8. P. Aodresen, C. C, P. 3. Ka
!C. B. A 8,
ROY A I NEIGHBORS OF AMEBIC!
"Ossgoa Grspe Camp" Ne. 1369
meets every Thursday evenisg i
Derby building, Ceurt and High Si
Mrs. Pearl Courser, 214 Court Bt
oracls; Mrs. )'elissa Persons, reeordl
r 1415 X. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AM BRIO
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246 meetr
every 3rd anfMth Thur. re, 8 o'cloe
in Derby building, eorner Court an
High streets. U. T. Bay, V. C.j T. 4
UNITED ARTISANS Capital A seen,
bly No. 84 meets every Thursday at
8 p. m. in Masonic Temple. Norma L.
Terwilliger, M. A.j C. A. Vibbert,
secretary, 340 Owens street,
Tha Joarnal Job Department
will print yov anything in the
stationery line do it right and
save you real money.
Mo. 1 comb honey ,
Creamery butter 7Sa
Flour, hard wheat . $'3.t4
Country butter .......,..., ,., B5(u)70
Eggs, dozen 75a
Portland, Or., Jan. 2. Buttor, city
Eggs, selocted local ex 0870o
Geese 25o j',.J
Cheese, triplets 3940o
DAILY LITO BTOOK MARKET
Tone of market stronger
Prime srteers $12(a)13
Choice cows and heifers' $9((i)9.50
Medium to good steers $10(.vU
Fair to medium steers $8 50(9.f)0
Common to fair steers K7.70(ci8.58
Choice cow and heifers $8.501)9.25
Medium to good cows- and helfeij
Fairto medium cows and heifeia
Canuerg $3.804.50 , .,
Btoekers and fenders $79
Tone of market strongor :
Prime mixejl $1717.10
Medium mixed $18.5lltJ.85
Rough heavies $14.751C
Pigs $1415 ,
Tone of markot stronger
Fair to medium lambs 11.5012l
. Yearlings $1011
Ewes 68.50 ".
' Wethers $910.50 V,
12.25 REAL ESTATE
WANT to secure a $2000 loan at 8 pee
cent. 80 acre farm for rent. Soco
lofsky, 341 State St. tf
'FRU1TLAND Nursery, Balem, Route
box 13813, phono lirFSl. We have tha
Roman strain grtft-d Frauquot wal
nuts as well as A full Bin) of all oth
er nursery stock. 1-11
Cured. Colds, Headache and Insomnia
prevented. Address 138 Capital Journal
or call phoue 1802 tf
FOB ROYAL TYPEWRITERS Writa
to Graham & Wolls, Corvallis, Oregon
Ageuts for Marion county l-2i
STOP SHAKING YOUR SHOULDERS
Learn to Danc (,'orroetly
THEODORE ad LJLLIAH NEWMAN
Exhibition Dancers and Instructors
Modern and Classic Dancing
Hotel Marion, Saloin, Oregon
Run Of Livestock
Very Light This Week
North Portland, Or., Jan. 2. The ma
of livestock at the North Portland un
ion stock yards for the week to data
has been very light and In consequence
trading is" brbk and prices are 25 te
30 cents higher than previous qnota
tions. Cattlo quotations are; prims
stoers, $12.50(13.50; good to choice
steers, tU.50(r?12.50; medium to goo I
steers, $10.50(211.50; fair to medium
steers, $7.509; choice cows and heifort
$0,5010.50; medium to good eowg s-nJ
heifers, $8(ffl9; fair to medium cows anS
heifers, $7(ffi8j er iners, tr-3; bulls,
$il)8.50; calves. $9.505f 12 50; stockera
and feeders, $79, "
Ho? quotation, arm Primo mixd,
$17ffP17.25i ittriinm mixed, $10.50(317;
ronirh heavies, $13(S16; pigs, $1516;
Sheep quotntions arc: Prime lambs,
$12((713; tnir to medium lambs. t9SW,
yearlings, $1011.50; wethers, $910;
ewes, $0(5 8. '
A budget system in congress to sup
plant the present fiscal system will be
strongly advocated in the next eoa
gress. , '
Figs. 8 os, packages
Figs, 10 lb. fancy .
Figs, 10 lb. ex. finc,y..