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TKF, run.Y CAPITAL JOURNAL SALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1910
' v AND
That you owe it to yourself and the parties you rep
resent to get what your chattels are worth. Then
place them in the hands of a competent salesman and
a man who knows values. My business is auction
eering only. I will sell for you on commission or will
buy yea outright for cash. '
Phone 510 or 511, Salem, Oregon.
"From Over There"
General Pershing's Official Resort
Died of disease . 61
Today's casualty list contains the
following nameg of Oregon men:
William A. Beeler, Ontario, wound
ed, degree undetermined
Arthur Leavens, Dundee, -wounded,
Howard E Norwood, Portland, wound
DIED OF DISEASE
William F Cook, Wanoga W a
Harry L Craig, MRrion Ind
Patrick A Darey, Braddock' Pa
Sevafino Diangeles, 8nn Pedro Cal
William Donnelly, Philadelphia
William II Dowling, Netf Haven Ind
Oaty , II Elmore, l'carisburg Va t,
Andrew C Farmer, Wavcrly O '
Thomas A Farrcll, Providence E I
Albert Fretz, Newark N J
.Tas Gardner, Chilhoweo Tenn
William Georpe, Hayward Wis
Alfred E Greshinel, Plymouth Wis
Charley J Goos, Saxman Kan
Alex Green, Dawn Va -William
Griffin, San Francisco
John Griffiths, Sefcwarren N J
Frank A - Harlcy, 'New -York -Samuel
(0 Haven, Ottnmwa la '
Reuben J Hesseltine, Ellenturg Cen
ter N Y
Lee M Hickman, Monroe City Mo
Henry W Hodge, Alden iN Y
Robert S Horton, Brooklyn N Y
Thomas W Hudson, Gray Ca
Albert Jackson, Metcalf Ga
Harry V Keller, Brooklyn
John G Keli-orman, Oshkosh Wis
, Stanley J Klafeta, Chicago
Coorgc M Korncgay, Milex Te
Coy Lannom, Idelwild Tex
Vernon C Lawrence, Thnll Tex
William E McDcrmott, Trenton N J
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERNMENT
General Land Office
Washington, D. C.
February 14, 1919.
Notice ds hereby given that subject
to the conditions and limitations of-
the act of June 9, 1916, (39 Stat., 218),
and the instructions of the Secretary
of the Interior of September 15, 1917,
the timber on the following lands will
be sold April 8, 1919, at 10 o'clock a.
m., at puiblic auction at the United
States land! office at Portknd, Ore
gon, to the highest bidder at not less
than the appraisod value an shown by
this notice, sale to be subject to the
(approval of tho Secretary of the In-
tcrior. The purchase price, with an ad
ditional sum of one fifth of one per
cent thereof, ibeinj commissions allow
ed, must be 'deposited at time of sale,
money to ibe returned if sole ig not
approved, otherwise patent will Issue
for tho timber which must foe removed
within ten years. Bids will be received
tfrom citizeng of the United States, as
sociations of such'eitizens and corpora
tions organized under the luws of he
United States or any state, territory
or district thereof only. Upon appli;
cation of a qualified purchaser, the
timber on any legal subdivision will
l) offered seriaratelv before being in
cluded in any offer of a larger unit, ;
T., 9 S., R. 2 E. Hoc. 3, JSf-Yi nc.'a,
fir 1CS0 M., hemlock 270 M., NWV4
NE, fir 880 M., hemlock 150 M., BW
Vi NE, fir 1170 M., hemlock 250 M.,
XE, fir 2390 M., hemlock 200
M., NEy SE, fir 1170 M.. hemlock
120 M., NW 8E14. fir 1630 M., hem
lock 50 M., SW SE14, fir 790 M.,
6EV4 KEVi, fir 1190 M., hemlock 30
NEH NW, fir 630 M. hemlock
J 30 M., NE4 tNW, fir 630 M.,
NE'i SW4, fir 1950 M.f ifW SW,
fir ::100 M., SW SW, fir 1250 M.,
SEVi, SWVj,' fir 150 M, none of the
fir to be goldlor Ims than $1.50 per
M, and none of the hemlock to be sold
for less than 75 cents ner M. T 4 6.,
31. -3 E., Sec. 3; SE'A 8E, fir 1200
!,., SW14 SE, fir 1145 SI., Sec. 33)
HEVt 1NE14, fir 730 M., cedar 25 M.,
W NE14. fir 850 M., none of the
fir or cedar' to te sold for less than
1.5.l per M.
Coaimissiorier Gancral Land Office.
Bernard J MeMahon, Pawtucket E I
Paul F Miller, jackson Mich
Alfred Nelson, Cumberland Wig
John Nelson, Little Falls Minn
-George B iNoyen, Appleton Wig
Albert W Osborne, New York
Henry J Pagenkopf, Bloomer Wis
Joseph Perry, Bus ton La
Thoirtas T Price, Grand Chain 111
John B Schields, Huntsville Tex
William iN Searles Newark N J
Tom A Schirek, Lankin ID
liuoll C Smethurst, New Bedford
Charles W Smith, Elizabeth N J
Mead Spangle, Chicago '
Alfred M Bpimcer, Frankston Tex .
Perry Steen, Brooklyn 'NY
Charles-1 Strobles, dewberry"' Fla
William B Sunderland, Watcrbury
Robert M Taylor, Waynesboro utiss
John L Timosci, San Jose Cal
Camilla Traino, Wayne Pa :
Duane Tyrrell,' Marysville 0 :
John Uhl, Marion O
Floyd M Vantufl, Bay City Mich
William A Varner, Greonsboro N C
Charles i Willis, Shreveport La
Goorgo E Woofter, Cox Mills' W-Va
Barley A Young, Deg Moines la .
Died, previously reported killed In ac
tion: Pvt William Merk, New York ,
Killed in action, previously reported
Crop Walter E Drummond Gavs 111
Pvt Edward Hart, Clcvelund N"D
Killed in action, 1 previously reported
wounded, degree undetermined.
Cook Julius Broscki, Erie Pa
Killed in action, previously reported
missing in action:
Corp Theodore A Onkrnp, Dickinson
Pvt Harrison Daws, Prospect Tenn
Died, previously reported missing in
Lt William E Scott, KanKag City Mo
Pvt Jameg Mnrtha, Camden N J
inorcnopn wplffht and etreneth of thin.
deltcnte. nervous people. It Is the
only digestible form of phosphate that
feeds tlie nerves direct, the chemically
pure form of phophate naturnlly
found in brain and nerve cells.
So'd by dracglsts under a guaran
tee of satisfaction or money back. Ue
mnd the genuine BITRO-Phosphate.
the kind that physicians prescribe
For Thin People
Efforts Being Made To
Form Boy Scout Council
Efforts are being made in Salem to
form a Boys' Scout eouucil of 25 rep
resentative mea of the eity who are in
terested in young men.
At a meeting held last evening, a
committee consisting of Hal D. Patton,
chairman. Milton Meyers, v. b. wamii -
mi 3 - -Dl. TT n. CT.;nlAw anl
ion, xneouure jwiu, v. . wV.j pr0perty gcttlement, amounting to 3,
C. E. Knowland were appointed to ar-;000 H(J fldmitJ incere affecti0n for
range for a general public meting to be;tc hvit denicg aijy other rca.ti0n8hip.
held next Monday evening in the audi
torinm of the Commercial club.
At this meeting citizens of Salem
who are interested in boys and boy
scout work are invited to auenu and
hear an address by Mr. Brocksway,
gcont commissioner of Portland, and by"
Mr. Smart, formerly scout commissioner
of Ban Francisco.
These men will explain the workings
of the boy scout morcment and the
great good it has accomplished where
worked out, It is hoped by those in
terested in the movement that 25 rep
resentative men of the eity will or
ganize to become members of the coun
cil which will work for the welfare of
the boy scouts.
Ambassador From Chile T d
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Benor Don Bsltram Mathleu, nvw t
Ambassador from Chlls ' to tha
Peoples Chorus Progressing
On Rehearsal The Creation
Excellent progress is being msdo in
the rehearsal of tho oratorio ''The Cro
ation" by the Peoples' Chorus, with
tho exception of one group the male
singers who have not yet joined the or
ganization, and those memberg who fail
to show up for practice. As a means of
building up the bass and tenor selec
tions the sugegstion wag made last
night that a group of the handsomest
ladios in the chorus be delegated to go
out as a committee and coerce the prop
er number of male voices to join tho
chorus, but Director Sites wouldn't risk
his life or his future peace of mind in
tho attempt to select such a committee.
As an alternative measure, the matter
of financial remuneration is suggegted,
each new malo member to roceive the
gum of $1,20 for each rehearsal he at-1
tends on this basis. . It is figured that
tho amount of actual instruction given
by Prof. Sitos is equivalent to a losson
from a first class vocal teacher, which
would cost not less than one dollar.:
Then it is figured that the numbor of
laughs produced by tho inimitable dir-j
ector would co,st twenty ccntg if pro-j
ducod by Arbucklo or Chaplin at the
movie theatre; bo there you have it
a dollar jmi twenty cents an evenlnng
on an investment of sixty cents for tho
whole season. Figure it out for yourself
and then sign up. Tho sixty cents pays
for the music the membership is
thrown in. '
Supreme Court Hands Down
Onions On Appealed Cases
The supreme court hands down the
following list of opinions on appealed :
cases for the past week:
John P. Hunt vs. Security State bans: 1
appealed from Marion county. ,A con
troversy over tho aceptanco and pay-j
meat of gight drafts to the amount of
$671. Decision of lower court aifirmcd.
Samuel O. Hart vg Oregon Laundry
Company, appealed from Multnomah co
unty . a ease in which an automoble
valued at $600 was attached to cover
a small bill, the plaintiff alleging that
he was damaged by the retention of the
Geo. F. Brice, administrator, vs. Mt.
Scott Cometcry Asociatiou, appealed
from Multnomah county, Suit to res
cind sale of bonds alleged to nave been
made fraudulently. Decision reversed.
Sherman, Clay & Co. vs. Buffun &
Pendleton, appealed from Multnomah
county. Suit to recover unpaid bal
ance on lease contract on building in
Portland. Reversed and rcmanaea.
Ralph R. Duniiiiway vs. Clark E. Had-
ley, appealed from Multnomah county.
Suit to colloct for legal service render
Mary J. Merchant, et al, vs. Smith
Powers Logging company, appealed
from Coos county. Coutcst over tract
of land at the mouth of Coos river.
Otto C. Miller vs. Payette Valley
Laud and Orchard company, appealed
from Multnomah county. -Suit to ro
cover commission ou .real estate trans
fer involving the amount of $15,000.
Reversed and remanded.
Court Hosse Notes
In the divorce case of E. N. Erick
son against Mary Erickson, the plain
tiff has filed an answer in which he
admits they are both Norwegians. Ho
alleges that Mattie Leland was gix
' onthg o,d wh(m taken m) their h(jm
He denies that he is worth $15,000 but
admits that he is worth about fs,500,
Of thi8 amount he alleges he had about
16,000 before he was married. His at
torney a?ks that that the case be placed
on the docket and brought to trial.
In the matter of the estate of E. J.
Jones who died Nov. J7, 1918, ta Cali
fornia, leaving an estate of about
$1,000 in Marion county, the court ap
pointed T. K. Ford as administrator.
Mary A. Jones, living at Tono, Waslu,
is the only living heir.
The county court has approved and
allowed the final account of Carria 01-
son as aduiimstratrix of the est6e of
William i'red Olsen.
In the matter of the estate of kelson
B. Doud who died Dec. 3, 1918, a pe
tition was filed by Esther E. Doud ask
ing that she be appointed executrix.
A will was made nauioiiig Leland F.
Doud as executor but he is now in the
service and the widow declined to serve
April 7th has been named as the date
for the final settlement before the coun
ty court of the estate of Samuel B. He
Bride. At present the administratrix
has $700.13 o hand to distribute among
four heirs. ...ofla
Henry C. Shields of Jefc;son was ap
pointed adminstrator of the estate of
Susan Gertrude Wells Shields wh0 died
Dec. 28, 1918. She left real estate val
ued at about $5,000, Besides her hus
band she is survived by ason two
AMERICA OWES FRANCE
DEBT OF GRATITUDE
The important part France has play
ed in this war and her awful sacrifice
of blood are- not the only reasons we
should te grateful to her. Many, lives
are said to have been saved and thou
sands of surgical operationg preventod
in this country by a French peasant
remedy for stomach, liver and intes
tinal ailments now imported and sold
under the name of Mayr's Wonderful
Remedy by Geo. H. Mayr, prominent
Chicago chemist. It is a simple, harm
less (preparation that removes the ca
tarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract
and alinlVa the inflammation (which
causes practically all stomach, liver
and intestinal ailments, including ap
pendicitis. One dose will convince or
money refunded. J. C. Perry, Capital
Drug Store, and druggists everywhere.
TURNER BOY KILLED.
(Copyright, 1919, by the United Press)
Turn....er, Oregon, March 4 Rock
well R. Tracy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Clinton Tracy of tho Crawford district
east of Tumor, was killed Monday af
ternoon while working on the Turner
Mutual Telephone company's lines. To
gether with his brother, Conyn, they
were rasing a pole when the guy rope
gave way causing tho pole to fall, and
striking tho unfortunate young man.
The accidont occurred near the farm
home of Leonard Walker, the boy be
ing carried there and help sommonod,
hut doM.h claimed him at 5 o'clock In
the afternoon. He lived only one hour
and a half after being struck. No fun
eral arangements have been made.
After a four week series of meetings
Rev. George King closed the moetings
Sunday evening wit a splendid musical
program of local talent. E. C. Rich
ards lectured at .7:30 to the Epworth
Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Small entertained
the Epworth League at ti social gath
ering Saturday evening.
Hero Is One Treatment That ; All
Sufferers Can Rely Upon
If you want to drive catarrh and all
its disgusting symptoms from your sys
tem in the shortest possible time, go
to your druggist and ask for a Hyo
mei outfit today.
Breathe Hyomei and let it rid you of
catarrh; it gives such quick relief that
all who use it for the first time are
astonished. Hyomei is A pure pleasant
antiseptic, which is breathed into the
lungs over tho inflamed membrane; it
sootheg tho sore spots, and healg all
Don't suffer another day with ca-1
tnrrhj the disease is dangerous anc
often ends in consumption. Start the
Hyomei treatment today. No stomach
dosing, no sprays or douches; just
breatho it that's all. Ask D. J. Fry.
1T i UA1E FOR SLIMNKSS
For the woman who feels she can.
lot stand the fullness of a straight
cut envelope chemise, this ona ot
emi-ntted lines was designed. Flash
satin with a daintily embroidered
Insert are the materials used. The
tittle tucks Insure a smooth fit over
the hips and there are snap fasteners
at the back to do up.
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CHINESE CABINET DECIDED
That China should break with Ger
many but President Li Yuau-Hung
refused consent, two years ago today,
March 4, 1917.
Find another Chinaman.
Left side down in j'nc&ef. ;
Kinciad camo nearly winning for them.
In the littlo more than one-half that
he was in he scored three field baskets
and tossed fivo out of five fouls, giv
ing him a total of 11 points.
A heavy snowstorm visited Hood
River and The Dalles Tuesday.
J The Capital Journal .
t Daily Market Report .
Wheat, soft white ..... . $1.90
Wheat, lower gradss on sample
Oats , 7075c
Hay, cheat .!.. . 24
Hay, oats ,,' 25
Barley, ton $4850
Mill run - $50
Creamery butter 5960c
' Fork, real and Mutton
n'ork, on foot 16ffil80
Veal, fancy 2021c
Bteers . 7(7&
Cows - ... .... ;48c
Spring lambs .. . I3c
Ews. , .... .Atsfit
Lambs, yearlings . 1012e
EjX& and Poultry
Eggq, cash' 34c, trade 36c
Hens, live . 2527c
Old roosters . 15c
Radishes, doz ... 40c
Sweet potatoes 4 3-45C
Onions, local $1.652
Head lettuce - jw.aiwo
Cauliflower, 2 doz. case . $a
Lemons, box $56
Florida grane fjait, case 67.25
Black figs lb 1618e
White figs, lb. . lgffi'JOc
Package figs por bx 50 pkg $4(g)6.90
Honey, extracted zwe
Eggs, dozen 40c
Creamery butter 65c
Country butter ........... C055c
Flour, hard wheat s.8j(g).i.ia
Portland, Or., Mar. 4. Butter, city
Kgga selected local ex. 38(fl'4ue
Broilers 40c .
Cheese, triplets 3132c
DAILY LOT) STOCK MAKKET
Tone of market steady
Best steers I3.50(S;14.50
Good to choice steors $11.7512.75
Medium to pM)d stere $10.75fa11.73
Fair to good steers $9.50(5)1 $.75
Common to fair sters $8.5IKfl9.S0
Choice cows and heSfcrS $10.50(5)11.50
Good to choice cows and heifers
Medium to good eowg and heifers
Fair to medium cows- and heifen
Stockerg and feeders $710
Tone of market steady
Prime mixed $17.25(5)1750
Medium mixi-d $17(5)17.25
Rough hevies $15.2517.50
Tone of market steady
, Prime lambs $15(516
Fair to medium lambs $1314
Fanners Produce Company
160 8. High Bt Phona 10
Cash for your produce todayi
21e for top veil
19e for top hogs.
Hens, all weights, 27a
4tr rwm . .
Quick Reference To Firms That Give Service On Short
Where Buyer And Seller Meet We
Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salem Electric Co., Masonic Temple, .
Bell your used furniture to the high
est bidder,- give Frank F. Ritcher a
chance. 3fe and 2d hand furniture
for sale. 373 Court St. Phono 217.
08. T. L. UTTER, DEITT: T, ROOMS
1413-1414 Bank of Commeree Bldg.
DBS. B. B. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathia physicians and
aerre specialists. Graduates of Am
erican school of Osteopathy, Kirk
ville, Mo. Post graduate and spec
ialized in nervous diseases at LosJ
Angeles College. Offices 505-608 Nat
Bank Bldg. Phone 85. Residence,
1620 Court. Phona 2S1S, Dr. White
Res. Phone 469.
THE SOLDIER BOTS .Pool and bil-j
hard parlor is bow open under new
management and it renders you and
the general public a congenial place
to pas away a few leisure hours.
The basement! of Oregon . Eleetrie
depot, corner of State and High.
Phons 623. Win. Livoek, prop. 8-fl
ULEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade street
Bills payable monthly in advance.
OCT TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
,er Ladd A Bush bank; Balem Oregon
FEDERAL FARM LOAH8 6 por
cent 34 years time. A. C. Bohrnatedt,
401 Masonic Temple. Salom, Oregon
MONET- to loan on good real estate-.
6 percent government money to
loan. Liberty bonds bought and sold.
W, D. Smith, Salom Bank Of Com
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
CO years experience, Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 26 to 58 in high
Paints, oil and varnish, ete
Logauborry and hop hooka.
Salem Fence aid Stove Works,
250 Court street. Phone 124-
2ND HAND GOODS.
We Boy, Bell And Exchange
All kinds 6f Furniture, Stoves,
'Clothing, DishM, Bicycles, Harness,
Tools and Juk, We buy what you
don't want and pay the highest
price in cash.
Peoples New & 2nd Hand
' 271 N. Commercial Phone 734
J. A. Rowland Furmtcre Store
Buys, sells and exchanges new and
2nd hand furniture. All kinds of
repair work, light grinding, filing,
and brazing a specialty. Right
prices. 247 North Commercial Bt. ,
Just opened in connec
tion with the
tnnn a Coml. fit.
WANTED People of Salem to know
that we pay highest price, for mena
second hand clothing, shoes. t. T
Capital Exchango, 337 Court Bt.
Our Prices are Right
W. M. ZANDER, Proprietor
1255 N. Summer Street, Salom, Oregon.
PEOPLE3 REPAIR SEOP Clocks,
furniture, umbrellas nd Shoe impair
ing. Saws filed, shear and knifa
grinding, etc Satisfaction guaranteed
261 Court street. R. Wooley. S-14
WHY NOT have hat piece of furni
ture or chairs that are broken, or
out of repair, made as good as eves,
at Shea 'a furniture repair shop. 852
Chemekcta street, between Commer
cial and Liberty. Phone 181. 8-17
The Journal Job Department
will print you anything in the
stationery line do It right and
save you real money.
1 vaiic- M
127 North High
BABY COICKS FOR SALE
544 State St. Phone 400
Headquarters lor Daby chicks. Leff
horn, Red, Rock and Minorcas. Price
C N. Needham, Box 412, SalaniJr.
All kinds of auto repairing by an ex
perienced workman. All work guar
anteed to be satisfactory. Studeitak-
' er repairs a specialty. D. R. Moir,
2G3 N. Commercial.
BRIG YOUR TRADES
BRING your trades. I can match you.
C. W. Niemcyer, all branches 0? teal
estate and Canada lands, 2I5-U
. Masonic building. Phone 1000..
50 acres, all cultivated, good house,
barn, 4 Mi miles from Salem, the fees
. of walnut or prune land, only $169.
117 acres all bottom, no whits land,
8 room' house, 2 barns, 1 miles
from town, 60 acres cultivated, baL
timber and stump pasture, $75 per
17 acres, 9 acres in 10-year old prune
i 4 acres In 10-year old cherries, A
acres timber, on rock road, 4 mile
from Balem, only $3750.
VA acres in city, 4 room house, 'barn,
wood shed, oop and plenty of froi
8 acre, 5 room house, family orch
ard, on paved road, all cultivated,
21 acres. 12 cultivated, 9 timber pas
' ture, running water, house, hara,
equipment including good team, $3,
600. 11 acres improved, trado for
' house, $2500. 10 acres apple an4
peach orchard, trado for house, $250
.10 acres all culliated, family orch
1 ard, 2 acres Logans, 4 room bunga
. low', full equipment, 4'4 miles out,
on good road, $2500. 42 acres, aS
cultivated, 16 at'res in gix-ycar oli
: prunes, balance in grain, good house,
barn, 6 miles from Salem, closo ta .
school, on rock road, $7500. 16
acres, all in cultivation, all tiled,
well drained, on rock road, close ta
town and school, the best of improva
merits, equipped for dairy, . larga
equipment goes, only $125 per acre
For best buys sea
' . SOCOLOrsKT
FOR SALE A good double team har
ness, will trad for hay or grain,
or will exchange for good dry wood.
Bos Square Deal Realty company.
THROUGH our non commission sys
tem you can bo put in touch witfc
hundreds of people who wish to sell
or exchange their properties, with
out obligating themselves to pay a
commission. Oregon Realty Ex
change Investment Company, laa.
Rooms 405 and 406 Hubbard build
ing, Salom, Ore. tt
NO OASH REQUIRED-Jood overcoat
shoes and suits, all kinds of mums
al instruments, shotguns, rifles, teas
ing stoves, gas stoves, suit cases en
1000 other useful articles to sell or
trade. What have you f The Capital
Exchange, 837 Court St. Phone .493.
SALEM SCAVENGER Garbage ni
refuse of all kinds removed on month
ly contracts at reasonable rates.
Cess pools cleaned. Dead animals re
moved. Office phone, Main 224T,
Residence, Main 2272.
THE FIX-IT SHOP
Umbrella repaired and recovered,
razors, knives, scissors and law
mowers sharpened, saw filing, lock
smithing, kodaks, alarm clocks, mus
ical instruments and roller top desks
repaired. My specia'ty- is repairinf
everything in the light repair line.
Alvin B. Stewart, 373 Court atreet.
In Frank Kichter's furniture store,
Salem, Or. Phonos, shop 217, rea.
KNIGHTS P PYTHIAS MEET At
McCornack hall on every Tuesday
at 8. P. Andresen, O. 0. F. 3. Knnfaj
K. B. S.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
''Oregon Grape Camp" No. MOT.
meets every Thursday evening
Derby building, Court and High BU
Mrs. Pearl Coursoy, 214 Court 84
oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, reeorfr
or 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 6346 mssta
every Thursday evening, 8 o'cJoea:
in McCornack hall, over Meyer
store. Ray A. Grant, V. C.J F. A.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assaox
bly No. 84 meets every Thursday at
8 p. m. in Masonie Temple. Norma L.
TerwilUger, M. A.; O. A. "Vibbert,
secretary, 840 Owen? ftroet
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