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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AriilL r.O. 1013.
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I (Capital Journal Sjieeial Service)
( -New ork, April 30. The Yankee
punch 14 musing and the Yankees, er
lected this rear to start wit rush
sinl keep rushing, are floundering.
The club has placed three games and
has lust trfo of them. Twice they were
pitted against practically unbeatable
pitching ana once came out victor but
yesterday they wrre sent against Jinjf
Johnson, young Athletic pitcher, tut
failed to make more than one run.
"Ernie SJiore, a Yankee ace, was eom
pelled to stand around and watch the
Athletics pound him all over the lot,
seven runs finally toeing allowed
Duffy Falling Down
Duffy Lewis, once princt of the
Host on Red Sox outfield and expected
here to be one of the heaviest gunners
on the team has gleaned only one hit
in his three games. Hut such ia base
ball. The expected rarely happens
when it seems so obvious. One would
thing to take a look at the batting ar
my the Yanks muster, that the one
thing they could do i.s hit. Trom top
to bottom the butting order presents
Meanwhile the Red Six have been
going strong. Thcv m ti into tneir first
defeat of the year when Harry Harper
jof the Senators, tamed them yesterday!
I The White Six also are showing they
I haven't forgot how. In the National
league the Cincinnati Keds ure showing
spring time form mid are loading the
league through Brooklyn's loss yester
day and their own difeut of the Pi
rates. The Reds have lots of strength
and if lat Mornn can keep down trou
bles within the cli.li. he hus an excel
lent chance of finishing near the top.
rontiituitcl by Miss I.ucile R.-ss. Miss
1 Florence Shirley and ih Mabel Stan
ford, vhi'e vocal uiuuiw-rs were given
bv iiiss Ycuita McKinuey, Via are
t'hatburn and M:ss Margaret Wit.ie. all
of whom have been under the iustrue
tiiol cf Prof. Sites in the M-nol f
music. All the number were r.SiIered'
j in g'snl form r.ud were lieartilv received
, bv the audience. As a closing number
Prof. Sites tendered as a '"cello solo the
old favorite, the Berceuse from "Jore
Ivn," and responding to an curate sang
a characteristic arm from one of the
famous French oimtha.
O It grading
larue 11 rv uo
erlieck Rev do
(Continued from page cne)
Company E, Kighteentu engineers
Captain Hui old W. Young; Corporal
Willinm Uiehuii, Portland; Sergeant An
drew J. Hollons, l.ti (Irnnilc; Sergennt
Fred S. Cuss, Corporal John 11. Chutter
tun, I'uttli'.iid; Sergeant Clurence H. Coo
.Ncwbeigi Aluce Delano, (ilenn 1. Dirrim
AU'K Donaldson Jr., Kirrill Kvniieov,
hrim'inil ('liuiles A. rJvuus, Portland;
i.ii'iinnl K. (iower, .Newlierg; William
II. tliier, lluiold 1). Iliimaker, Reigenut
Kenneth lloueviiinu, l'ottluud; Sergennt
Leslie I'. Ilolliday, Mulino; Alva li.
Hui'kiiiH, Portland; Kngene C. Hughes,
Forest drove; Mess Hergennt l'rnnk D.
Hiolat, Chnrles W. Irvine, Portland;
Prank Kemp, .Monmouth) Chester
Keowu, Hums; Richard A. Ruapp, Ker
geant Clellan W. KreUor, Watle W.
Lewis, PortlKiid; Kergeiint Ed 11. Lokon,
Hriii'isburg; Will 11. .McAllister, Lexing
lon; Henry MaeCaffrey, ia Ornnde;
John II. McDonald, Newberg; Henry K.
Doctor Tells How
To Strengthen Eyesight
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lit hi tin
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Jiiitl. luliint. it'iftdnit, wnrk-ltrilnrd, watrrf
v. Rtad lti twttr'a hilt ttatrment tntm 10
0i-ar In ilii papr. Ron-Opto u kiM tint rrcotm
u,-n led everywhere by lMfflMt.
Mclirtiw, Utinks; Jesse K. Mc.Murren,
Joaiuin McMiirren, Jerry R. Manning,
Kdgar R. Maiklmui, Portb.nd; Thomas
1.. Mouteith, Creshain; David J. Mur
dock, Karl I.. Murnulinn, Portlunii;
Josin Nelson, Newberg; William 0, Nei
meln, Anuria; Chailea A. Ulson, tfyron
F, Otlius, Arthur R. McConnaughty,
Portland; Herger.nt Maxwell M. fage,
Wilmer ('. Page, Carl L. Ponge, Port
land; (Jlenn W. Porter, Aiimnville;
Hugh Ritchie, Wilbur ('live. V. Rosen
thal, Portland; Charles Moss, ijrnp
poose; Howard R. Salisbury, Jens K.
Hand, Frank II. Snuford, (ieorge it. (mOi
ford, llritton W. NeHis, Clinuncy R.
Smith, Sergeant Cliirenco A. Hmilh,
James H. Htafford, Portlunii; Will h.
Hteunett, Portland; Will A. Tnkalo,
Hliud Hlough; Hergeant Albert K.
Thompson, Ivan E. Thompson, Williiim
Vance, John Vidiapin, Max A, Whit
tlesey, horgeant 1'red U. Wieden, Port
land. Wliole Btate Repreiented.
Company F, Eighteontli engineers
Sergeant Jumea i, Morrell, tiergeaut
James W. Foster, Heigeant Otto ('. Hart
man, Sergeant William J. Morrell, John
L, Anderson, Wuynti J. Andersmi, rort
lund; Sergeant J. Ulake Dowland, Ore
gon Cilv; Frank C. Hu.an, Pendleton;
Alfred B. Clurk, James W. Clock, Port
laud; William C. Cowgtll, t'nrvnllis;
l.ueius W. Crone, Koln; l.en F. Crow,
Portland; Jules V. Dustin, Eugene; Al
bert E. Ford, Cortney; Edwin K. Oesch,
Poillaiiil; Howard Hull, Hubbard; Chas.
I., llurringloii, (ireshnm; Sergeant Rex
llartmtin, Portland; .Heigeant Hovt
Uuydeu, Portland; Churles h. Hill,
Hood Hiver; Rich IJ. Hutchinson, Ore
gon City; Jesse M. Hutsoii, Purkdale;
Paul M. Lewis, Alfred 11. Lloyd, Tort
Innd; (ieorge H. McClelland, North liend
Wallace J. MeCord, Oregon City ; Ar-
A shipment of 2000 pairs of Men's, Women's and
Children's Tennis Shoesthe largest consignment
ever shipped into Salem.
Watch for our Saturday ad. We are going to
offer these shoes at marvelous reduction.
lSG-19. N. Commercial St., Salem
tliur McMunania, Portland; Martin Mc
Hue, Ilalsey; Curl Martin Salem; (ieo
E. Mead, Stephen A. Mead, Oregon
City; Earl L. Nichols, Seuside; Charles
W. Nichols, Oregon Citv; Daniel II.
Parker, Cottage Orove; Hilmer A. Pc
'lers Astorin; Hergeant Walter D
Phillins. Vlctnr I. Pnrti.r hXl.m K P
fro, Taleott H. Root, Portland; John D.
nusseii, Troiitiiuie; Adolpli It. Hacher,
Silverton; Lee V, Hliniitiou, Oregon City
Acme w. KKelty, l'ortlund; Earl W.
Npuiilding. Hood River; August Van
rooseudael, Harold V. Vilas, t int I.
Vinson, Frank E. Vangroenewald, Rob
ert E. Waikentiu, Portland; Dan B.
Whitman. Astoria: Wnllr.ee S. Wiil..r
Keasiile; Jack D. Wiggers, John F. Wor
chester, (Veil F. Thompson, Porttaud.
Medicnl detnchnient, lSth engineers
Lieulennut Horace P. Belknap, Prhie
ville. Headquarters detachment, -'413th
teleirrniih battalion sk'nnl corns (:!..,,
A. Smith Multnomah Cily.
Cnmiinnv D. 4Uth teleirrnnh bnttnlinn
nignal corns (ioorirrv E. Dnmewnnrt A.
('ompany D, 407th telegraph Initiation
signal corps George A. Atterlmry,
Portland; Earl P, Conrnd, Corvallis.
American aiek and wounded Oregon
men Darrell W. Ingram, Eugenp.
Convalescents Edison Cook, Port
land; Andrew Pntterman, Corvallia;
Cyril S.vkes, Corvallis; Charles L. Mor
Camp Mills units the SflSth infantry,
eompnny A lohn Grunt Jr., Noith
Powder: ltav N. Mninhv. Ashlnn.l
( omiiuiiy li Stanley C. Hiadshaw, Laj
oianiie. I oinpany C Ray y. Light
foot, Salem; Roy L. (ioble, Compnnv 1)
Leo D. Kennedy, Fossil; Albert' L.
Lhiuiii, La Grande; William Cyr, Port
land. Company E Bruce. M. Kaniho,
Merrill; Clarence H. Itoimuell, Terre
bonne: Guv W. Fuii- rtk in.
Company G Henry J. Bassctt, Hulf-
ay, i.iison j. j.ongloy, Lafayette;
Charles F. Ilutsell, Pendleton. Company
ii iinrry ,i. iiuiioriau, fiiot Hock; Lilc
, Edwards, Beaver. Compnnv I Roval
Munson, Jess Kenney, Wilbur Joiies,
Portland; John Harpe, Freewater, Com
pany K David It. Cooper, Parkdnle;
Dan Clark, Wallowa; (Veil E. Carlton,
Oregon Cily. Company L Orien Huin
bno Price, Edward Hture, Knappa;
Thomas V. Alves, Pilot Rock; William
A. Hayes, lone; Elmer R. Piaebe, As
toria; Thomas M. Ingram HKrdman;
Charles C. Blnekwell, linker, ( omnauv
M - William B. MeHnth, Wallowa; John
i . I'ehann, llillsilule.
Infantrymen Alao Return.
Three Hundred and Seventh Infautry,
t'oiupanv A David M. Huthins, New
burg; John A. Anderson, Diivy; wv i tt
ium MucNeil, Albany; Charles F. Gray,
Hillshoro; Dudlev R Taylor, Turner.
Company B Elmer Barber, HiUboro;
( harles (). Woods, Hlnin. Company E
Eddith Golden, Menturn; Joan L. Ot
I uelilo nir sorvice company fo
Albeit Flew. Itnkei ; Dew it t C.
north. Brr.ndon: Edward F. Altrnc
Il'th engineers, Company D Weldon
Stone, Ebenbower. Company E Dwight
L. Aldeiinuii. Aibvil 1 Bciiihaidt,
Ciishinnn; Walter tujlliger, Portland;
Albert Ciimmings, Baxton; Abraham J.
Dnmours, Molnlla; William I j,ton,
Porttaud; William Dophina, Ronald
Eastham, Roy Fordyee, Portland; Gorily
E. Frederickson, Aurora. Company E
Willinm Hendrirk, Salem; Ralph Hen
derson, 1L.1 G. Hill. Arthur Hoyle,
Megr Kirchiam, Henry Lyslrup, Joe
Mulholland, Reuben K. Tfesvoid, John
O'Brien, William Pollock, henry A.
Nehacht. ' Howard P. Sweetland, alt
Portland: Ivan Jones, Prineville; Will
iam W. Hiding, Aurora; Rowley M.
Metcalf. Gervais; Ed Rowin, Newport;
George A. Kchuld, Wren; Roy M. Sum
mer, Tillamook: Wilbur Thaker, Hus
ton; Carl A. Thomson, noort MTpr;
Bert L. Van Cteve, Will,.mette; Guy E.
Whitney, St. Helens; Howard M. Wood
ward, llilsdale; Almond M. Wentz,
Portland. Company F Leonard Zel
wick, Portlund; John W. Walsh, Mount
Medieul detachment Major James P.
Graham, Portland; George C, Merrill,
Engineer trivin Archie F. Pardee, En
Camp Dix detachment, medical de
partment Curtia Stoddard, Portland.
Base hosnitnl 'Ml medicnl detni'lminnt
Harry R Fox, Tallintin; Russell W.
Base hospitnl 20, mpdier.l detachment
( arl J. Austin, Albany.
Base hospital 19 Roy R. Tartar.
111th infantry, Camp Dix headquar
ters company Archie Buir, Bay City:
Peter Trini. Portlnnd. Company D
Robert L. Beebc, Bend; Morris Berlint,
Portland; Sr.niuel A. Pling, Wapinitia;
Frank L. Marshall, Valley; Jack Kirsh
On the Chicago Thomas M. Rams
dell. Portland, company 11, engineers.
On the Cape May, fith casual company
transportation corps '.Viuinm Of
fett, Medford; Guv L. Main. Cochran:
10th COmnailV. - trnnsnoWntion enrna
Wnlter Webb, Portland; Tom O. Max
well, Grants Pass; Patrick J. O'Learv.
Beagle. 84th transportation corps
Chaiincey J. Butler, Scnppoose; Artie
H. Jackson. Salem: Harry Lnvev. T.n
Grande; Jess L. Smith, Sherwood. Com
pany D, 12th engineers Harold F. Ilen-
gin, Mnpleteh; Jnmes Nibley, La
Grande. Comnany E Itoward Paine,
Portland; Rilioney Chester Martin, Mit
wnukie. Convnloacent ilitnclrnipnt oql
Ted Ostman, Oregon City; John Hill-
strom, Astoria: Hugh Furry, Oregon
City; Frederick W. MankorK Portland.
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ntiTsliAAfann rr-nnrA AT l'r
JJijawailUU UI Uiw ICWUIU Vl Armstrong John scraping .
Oaiss before the Marion Chailesworth F. 1 patrolman
n . p n , Road District No. 16.
Lonsty lonmnssioaers to art steve, eu-.s dragging
r ,i I ' T mid Stevaiis Teddie do
fOr tHe Apn. lerTil, lyiy. Keen All Tcordnroy.ng.
a a a a 11 1 Kii'gatad Ed do
mm the amount aUowed.!i"(,''i'jshuv''li,,'r - -
... 1 'Kennedy Abe do
oiiis continued, etc, according iv..ior ovid dragging with -to
the records in tie office of. F
i Kueniti A E do
the County Clerk, lMttL'JSinr
KOADS AND HIGHWAYS Jardin John dragging gra-
Road Dlatrtct No. 1. i d",.K(,e,c :-
....... , . . larrel George grading
obort Loui, repa.r work l.oO Nv, AU,crt P ,,raKgiMg
s 7: . A, o -J Weinman Frank rails hauling
- ... v. t,ii viuiau
Koad District No.
Beck 4 Son, gravel
Boje, Henry grading r..
Braiileii, L A gradiug etc n,.ull
vTh'T- ;Tgv , "-iMatthis Willrrd dragging 16.87
iish, Iviu filling holes 1.2.. . ...
I , - . (riurru ti-o uo iuu
vu.-Q, wiuni sriovciiui; srravei
Kester Milt dragging etc
Moomaw J C grading etc
Smead Ed filliug holes etc
"V-' 5 j Wheeler Wilber do
S"f0 .K, .....ia Pl,.l. l,o,,li.,,r rrr.i',.1
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Holt Elmer planking
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JUST FORV ' -TntuirruT
Comiug to Ye Liberty Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday
OF HUSICAYS SITES
Large And Appreciative Aud
ience Hears Splendid Re
There were a few empty seals in the
auditorium of the public library Inst
evening as the program of the lecture
recital began, and they might be con
sidered as u direct affront to the speak
er and his assistants, but as a mailer
of charity let it b assume that tnerc
were a few people who had not reivd
the announcements of the lecture. Aa
it was, the audience was larger than
any drawn out by previous lectures, and
it manifested high appreciation of the
Piof. Sites, in his address guvc a
brief, illuminative snot on or tae rise
and development of the French opera.
from the mere ballet of the early com
posers to the grand operas of the past
century which have never been Riir
passed bv the composer of any nation.
He ini.ile it to appear that not Italy or
(termany, but France had been the home
and School of the great musical gen
iuses. In fact, a number of the emi
nent composers of German birth owed
their culture and fame to the schools
of France. He read list of the lead !
ing musical lights of France, together!
with a list of the operas that have!
gone to make up the world's repertoire
of choice music, and beyond which it is
not possible for musical genius to pass.
Among the entire galaxy of peers he
pointed to (.iotiuod as being most in the
world's thought today, and i ouituy
of the world's deepest homage because
of what he baa contributed to its wealth
In closing he read a list of leser and
more modem French composers, ending
with the fasciimting. mystic genius,
Mine. Chaminade, the most noted of alt
the world's woman composers.
Roiiudiug out and illustiatiug the lec
ture of Prof, sites, piano numbers were
(Cairital Journal Special Service.)
Kosedale, Or., April 30. Lewis I.
Hudley and wife of Portland spent the
week-end with their Bon, v. a., nudiey.
The former occupied the pulpit at the
Vriends church Sunday morning.
B. K. Cook was a business isitor in
our community Friday.
K. M. Cammnck is spending a few
days at Portland, Seattle and Tacoma.
Mrs. Taniplin of Lents, Oregon, visit
ed lur sister, Mrs. Gardner, Bundny eve.
lleore Alexander is again at home.
Mrs. Kemp cume home Vv'ednesday
from a two weeks' visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Kiser and family visited
the B. Canimaek home Friday evening.
Sam Chgndler gave a talk Punduy
evening at the church, reviewing ma ex
periences of the past IS menths in
France. A kige and interested audi
ence heard him.
A. M. Winston is visiting his daugh
ter, Mis. Sterling, at Lebanon.
Miss Franer spent the week-end at
Mrs. Liielln Etraud of Newberg visit
ed her cousin, Lama Cunimack, .Satur
day and Sunday.
Get at the Real Cause Take Dr.
Edwards' Olive Tablets
That's what thousands of stomach
sufferers are doing now. Instead of
taking tonics, or trying to patch up a
poor digestion, they ere attacking the
real cause ol the niimect ctoggea Jiver
and disordered bowels.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets arouse the
liver in a soothing, healing way. When
the liver and bowels are performing their
natural functions, away goes indigestion
and stomach troubles.
If you have a bad taste in your
mouth, tongue coated, appetite poor,
lazy, don't-care feeling, no ambition or
energy, troubled with undigested foods,
you should take Olive Tablets, the sub
stitute for calomel.
Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets are a
purely vegetable compound mixed with
olive oil. You will know them by their
olive color. They do the work without
griping, cramps or pain.
l ane one or two at Decmme tor quick
relief, 80 you can eat what you like.
At 10c and 25c per box. All druggists.
Ott, P J filling holes etc ...
Trotnlt, Adam grubbing .'
Troudt, Wibie hauling gravel
Troudt, C D patrolman
Road DiLtrict No. 3.
Kuensting F (i grading dn.gging
Mason, Anton urubbinir
1 1.23 i
Hover Chas do ,. 3.00
liouley Romeo patrolman t0. Q0
Soad District No.
Livesley & Co T A man hauling
Salem Construction Co gravel.... 57.52
Darlinir W D hnulinu snivel 63.0(1
I Darling O H do 03.00
I Smith Frank do 42.UU
31.23 Savuge W E drugging tf.00
O.00 i Hi.1k I'url .1,. 7. -.n
Minor J 11 drugging 13.00 Halt B C foreman ?S:i3
Olson Lars spread gravel etc ti.25 Road District No. 20.
Phillips H W grubl,.x 2.50 ! Salem Sand & Gravel Co gravel 3.l
lergen b G drugging etc H I'! i: t-i-.te i..,i; - ..i
Yergen Fred scraping etc 3.75 jownby Jim do Z"'Z 1X75
lergen vt A shoveling eravel 2.S0' ii,..-.-,.. iv-i k....i;.... ..
Kuensting Chas patrolnmn JU.50 j Hoffman Theador shoveling dirt
Road District No. . ' oU.
Gcaiin Fled M patrolman 10.25 , s,.o(ler FrKnk re
Road District No. S.
Booster Herman repairing load ...
Davidson Edward ditching etc..
Davidson Fred tileetc
Davidson John scraping etc
Davidson Kulph drugging etc
Labonty Louis work on gravel
WuiU Herman tile
Watt Shipo Powder Co powder
caps and fuse :
Wiley Ji.ke repair work
Di.vidsou W F patrolman 4K.00
Road District No. 6.
Du Kette Don B dragging
Road District No. 7.
Harrison Thomas corduroy
Wurgnier Joseph blacksmithing .
Cutsforth F H on King log drag
jeiuerK Allien cutting corduroy
Voght Charles cutting corduroy
McOougal Charles do
Harper John S hauling corduroy
Hoover Charles on King log dn.g
Pickens Frank grading
Vachter Andrew do
Schafer Alfred Blip sent ping
Cutsforth I E on King log drag
oruscti nonold grubbing
Vachter Martin grading etc
Vachter Adain grading
Brown W H on King log drag
Shields K E do
Cutsforth John 11 patrolman
Road District No. 8.
Sowt Paul blacksmithing...
Kupliugcr Wm F patrolman
1.50 1 Road District No. 20', 2.
13.00 Cothreu J X dragging J.U0
ai.oS Cothreu Maynard laying title etc 3.00
3i.00 Sulcm Construction Co gravel
42.75 Scharf Fred hauling gravel etc..
I Van Cleave L M patrolman
Road District No. at.
Eryslie Irvin grader
Lewis E A on grader etc
Mageo M M dragging etc
Road District No. 22.
Hercch Fred hauling rock etc....'
jllersch Admn repairing luucadam
6.00 , Ramsyer Ben dragging etc
Rivmsyer Joe, shoveling .
Clymer Uco drugging
Cone A J do
Hosteller John shoveling
Kumsden V J patrolman
Road District No. 23.
Brown-Pet zcl Lumber Co plow
Ditter Bell Ik Co shovels picks
Xeal Bert dragging
Neal (terry dragging
llouter C E patrolman
Road District No. 24.
Ditter Bell Cn shovels fuse etc.
22.50 1 Luu E C tile
24.00 Peterson Al hauling title
0.00 Zuber Puul opening rock pit and
Denney E C opening rock pit
Benedict Mike dragging . 5.00
Minden Theo do 5.00
Hawley D H grading 39.00 '. Highbciger Theo do 5.00
Miler M A do 3.00 Highberger Nick do 5.00
SAGE TEA DARKENS
HAIR TO ANY SHADE
Don't Stay Gray! Here's A Sim
ple Recipe That Anybody
Can Supply With a Hair
The use of Sage and Sulphur for re
storing faded, gray hair to its natural
color dates bark to grandmother's
time. She used it to keep her hair beau
tifully dark, glossy and attractive.
Whenever her hair' took on' that dull,
faded or streaked appearance, this sim
pie mixture was applied with wonder
But brewing t home is mussy and
out of date. Nowadays, by 'asking at
any drug store for s bottle of " Wy-
eth's Sage and Sulphur t'jmpound,".
you will get this famous old prepara
tion, improved by the sddition of oth
er ingredients, which can be depended
upon to restore natural color and beau
ty to the hair.
A well known dnnnlown druggist
says it darkens the hair ao naturally
and evenly that nobody can tell it has
been applied. You simply dampen a
sponge or soft brush with it and draw
this through your hair, taking one
strand at time. By morning the gray
hair disappears, and after another ap
plication or two, it becomes beautiful
ly dark and glossy.
Eder Fred scraping 3 2.00 Basil Ben do
Strnvens John hauling rails etc 9.00 Basil Bill do ....
eiklc Joo cutting brush etc. .
Strnvens Frank do
Sanders Charles do
iNosack John do ..
Stravens Joe do
Dura nt L W outrolmnn
Road District No. 8V1.
Hrasscll Fe.denand ditching ......
Hrassell Peter shoveling dirt ......
Bra.Hsell Win hauling dirt
Cnnfield H W ditching
Hut Dan hauling gravel
Hunt lhoa Sr dragging
Kinns Fred shoveling .gravel
MeCormick Joseph hauling dirt
Moore F B holding scraper
nigilou J 1- dragging
Rcollurd J C plowing etc
Ccolhml Roy filling holes
Vincent Chits shoveling dirt....0..
Wlieruni John dragging
JScolli.rd Wm patrolman
Road District No. 10.
Ailanis & Co J 1) freight on Ueuiish T do
blades 1.14 Jones J II patrolman 71.50
Diuln Frank lumber 4.10 j Road District No. 29.
Elmer J W shovel 1.65 -MeCormick J W uinn repairing
Willamette Valley 8 Ry Co road
freight on gravel 63.20 Carter John repair work
Horning O J hauling grnvel etc 7:50 Hampton (Jeo cutting stringers ...
Duda Frank hauling gravel etc.... 47.51 Hampton High do
Duda Bernard Work on bridge Harris John rennir work
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
e.OOjHottinger Fred do
Wolf Frank do
Van Handel J B patrolman 1T.00
Road District No. .25.
Von Bchren H C patrolman 37.12
Road District No. 27.
Blessing bd man with team
1-J.J0 spread gravel
2 5o "Utiker Bernhard drugging
0.O0 1 Koad District No. 23.
3.75 Farmer Ilwd Co Buy L bolts for
2.00 1 leveller
2.30 Farmer Hdw Co Ray L red iau-
1.23 terns- 4.40
I Hauser Bros powder f ic & caps 13.53
6.23 Herren J 11 chaining &. car serv
1.25 ; ice
11.25 Pearce & Son Lot L cup leathers
2.50 ' & valve
1.23 1 Road District No. 3ya.
3.75 ISalein Sewer Pipe Co pipe 3.60
Ir 1 ... . '. ' ......
ia.ia iiyuen uust repair work
iy.-J, Clink E do
Harper J F do 30.00
(iriesanauer Kdy hauling gravel
Si hauer Joe shoveling gravel
Iteming R J patrolman ..
Road District No. 11.
Robinson Willie dragging road.
M ox ley Joe do 2.50
Ilartman C Dpatrolman . 8.37
shepherd Carl grubbing 13.75
Shepherd (ilenn do 12.30
Hogg. W T putrolman 34.75
Road District No. 13.
Johnson Huns dragging 12.50
English Klvin R spreading gravel 1.25
English W O patrolman .
Road District No. 11.
IV Val II E hauling rock
White W L shoveling rock
lavis Chas plowing . ..
Buell Art holding plow
Harris (( II grubbing
Porter J H patrolman
Road District a. i.
Clyde Equipment Co grader end
Ames S powder fuse etc
Kaser Sam V dragging
Kasor John dragging k grading
Kaufman Ben shoveling dirt
Kaser Fred D dragging & plow
Todd Rav do
Hampton Joe do ,
MeCormick J W patrolnmn
Road District Nor 30.
(Continued on page nine)
Wenger Robbie shoveling dirt
Pooler F.arl dragging
Bailer Henry C patrolman 8S 50
Road District No. 15V
(By United FreJs.)
Yesterday's winners: Los Angeles,
Oakland, Vernon, Salt Lake.
Home rn; Rumler, Salt Lake.
Eddie Herr and his swarm of Bees
took the opening gr.me from thf Seats,
5 to 1.
Curly Brown won the opener against
the Senators for the Angels, 4 to 1.
The solons were unable to find Brown'
In the first errorless game of the sea
son, the Tigers Hosed out the Rainier
3 to 2. Two runs in the eighth gave
the bengals the win.
Three runs in the tenth inning gavo
the Oaks a 4 to 1 win over Portland.
Three Beaver errors ao4 two Acorn hits
put the runs across.
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS