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ASS FOIt f
For I nfants,lnvalidssiijGnwing Children. I
Ths OrWnal Food-Drink For All Axw.1
Many Engineer Units Arc
Assigned To Early Ccnyoy
Washington, May gR. (United Press)
. The following organizations have
been assigned to early coavoy:
Thirteenth battalion and headquarters
detachments, 2((th enginees; mobile soe-l
gie&l uuit number 12; mobile field lab-1
oratory .135, mobile veterinary section .
313! mobile laundry company 336; com
pany A, 526th enginers service battal
ioa; companies C and D 634th engineer
service buttalion; companies B, C and
It and headquarter! 037th engineer
batalion; 53!th e'l'iners service battal
ion; 20th and 23rd engine service com
panies; 604th engiucrs, sanitary and ord
ranee detachments; 28th enginers, head
quarters and Aiiiipauiea B and D: 23rd
.;...... .0,m.;, I) E ,) V mul
Tnedienl detachment; salvage squad 314;'
laundry eompaniea 504 and .to; eamp
hospital number 8 and clothing and bath
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i O DE.UL.-Arl 9
I 1 It .A ....4A.
Transports Freedom And '
Chicago Sail From France
n'..vt-..i- nr..- 07 rrr;iujpPrnV
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-Transport sailings were announced to-j,,f),k of 0r(,ml vi(,e i,,,,,,, nii h.
Jay as follows: . H. I taunt of I'ljili seeretary and treas-
Transport Freedom, Brest to Newport ; urer. Miss Li In llecko was compliment
Kews, due June 6 with; 214th and, 279th T ''. "f
military police couipunios; baso hospital
number 9; tea casual couipaniea,
Transport Chicago, Bordeaux to Now
fork, due June 0 with: dutachineiru
Bojth field artillery replacement regi
luent; 1H easuul eoinpanies; cunip hos
pital 14"; dotachmenti 3U3rd supply and
sanitary train; detachment 3ultU and
110th infantry; ordnance detuchnieut;
43 casual officers and three cusuals. 'f bf
SlOtu and 0U2ud engineers and engineer
train have been assigned to early con
voy not the 310th engineers and en
gineer train as announced by the war
department. The Tenth and not the
8eventh eonipany, Fourth buttalion,
first air service mechanics regiment, has
been assigned to riirly convoy.
Frank Meusker, pilot of a small air
ilune, if i-Il 'MO .feet to his death from
burning machine at Cleveland, Ohio,
The iourth nnivePsHiy of the en
tince (rf Italy JnW the r was cole
lusted at Home Snndny without doin
nt ration. , -.
A total nf fl,34'l,noi) seres sown to
wheat, oats, tar ley and rye in Oregon,
Washinglon and XiUho this year prom
ies the greatest crop In the history
nf the norfhwet.
forget a very
pssarv ipature oi vour ,
x t r i Jom-imlne Ilsiri is to Josephine Barr,
trousseau, Miss June Bride- o acre in joi.u "Baker claim, 7 .1 w.
1. ,, fn(.0- Vnn 1I..I1, UUhaiu to A. U Kobenolt, part
to be your footwear. iounf lot Mill ,,,1,11110,.. Tiverton. 7-.o
Will riPPtl a nair Of daintV II. 1. llham to r. l). IngUram, part
wui uttu a pair oi uainiYoMiit n MlM ailllili(mi HiU,un. 7;l0
pumps, at least One pair Of j
oxfords for walking, andi
certainly a pair of smart
K. & IC Shoes
Will please yOU nOW and all
1 . , 1
the days of your married i
i;v TKov rP en bri-t
i.. i-.j i-h ou iini. v..'
fhtvrV SO CortVCtlv Stvlttl
, . , . , ,
and fit the arch so beautH
fully that no other shoes
should be mentioned in the
$1.75 to $11.90
Rich Milk. Mailed Grain Extract In Portl
. OTHERS are IMITATIONS
PLAN TOUR VICTORY
(C) NaOoaal War Gardes Commlsslo.
Th latisfied worker is the cnt
'with victory (arden, aaya the Na
tional War Garden Commission of
Washington. Plan your victory gar
den now. y
WESTEHN PLANT GROWERS
OBOANIZE FOR QUARANTINE
Riverside, Cal. May IS. (Unite4
Press) Delegate from eleven west
ern state, Hawaii, Lower California
and British Columbia, attending the
plant quarantine conference of the hor
ticultural week conventions, late today
'organized a permanent league to be
knuwn as the Western Plant Qiiaran-
tine imam, u. it. Hecse or i uiunrnia
tho (board. WiM
The first big question that id to
coino 'before the board for disrussinn
is tho white ipiue blister rust. The ob
ject of the bonrd is to support and
help those in charge of the enforcement
of the quunalfliiie laws and to enact
laws for protection uf the plant Indus-
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try of the west. 'fle,2,OOO,00o'; r'ebruarv, 1, 189,000,000;
It . he phm f the boaid to Mll l,;iso,(iOO.(IOO and for April V
its membership open to nil of tho hovl ' .' 1 . 1
I. 1 1 ...,,;..,.1,..1 -.),OOtHIIUI.
ci.u.iiMHi nn, , iK ' 1 it i .. , , h.vpi.vm.
of the various states.
DEALS IN REAL' ESTATE
Mny to 8. Batcliff, 2 acres
ln C. 8. Chamberlain land, 10-2 W. 600
J, 11. Baxter ,to Jerome Benton, lots
51, 82, M, Vernon acres.
Roiw Bailer lu H. ". Buller, 10 acres
In section 8-7-1 V. 15(hJ.
Ia A. Ilcckman to D, W. Schlock,
57 acres in section 4 .VI W,
VV. P, Kiuory to ". C. JForris, part of
lots 5 and 8,' block 31, University ad
M. J. JXuwnliijf to Malhia Winii.l, 10
acres in J. Downing claim, 81 W.
(larrio Iatlrano to Win. Amslrr,
Uta S and 4. (block 13, O. II. June ad
dition. Mary Barton lu Inez Barton, lot 3.
block 4, Burlington addition.
It. ,,, Carothers to Kd 1. Hmith, 47 J0
seres In Ben Ziuk claim, stH'tion 30-0-3
Carrie Itigga to r. N. Anderson, rot
2, blmk 11, I'arrish addition, Halem.
Win. Mnuer to Ludwick Ash, 40.3(1
acres iu A. B. Simmons claim, t 1 W.
U. B. Latham tR D. Inghmm, part
or or i.i. .inn b'h.icioii,
Emily Wlllsey to John jorttan, lots
i " '
r H. Kavlor to V, W. Durbm, lotsi
an.i ,10. i 1 ic vii 11, 'i m im .....
llo.a Kpnnger to Anna -M. rogue,
lot 8, Whitney acres.
The little town of Milton in 1'inMlil
la count v raised 370U in five hours
f or the .Methodist renleniirv drive...
v"l:'d" "f "", -h,;"l of Y,,ki
. i.,v,, ,,, to ihn heaii.iimrieis
cn"'te fr devntted ,
! The beiiutitul country heine 01
r.wnk Vox, at llusum, Wash., wa le
eenlly burned to the ground with H
" John Chrest, aged Ht, was found d'-nd
in a tunnel neur Caseo a few davs nKo.
It is thought he whs struck br a ir;uit.
THAT EXTRA DAYLIGHT
Put it to work by sending a two,
ient stamp to the N.:tivl.. War Gt
den Commission, it V.' a.Jn .rt,
tht rstw ru icn '.-v : .
j I -
raimr OF ONE
Solons Puzzle Itter Problem
Of Meeting $8,000,000,000
Appropriation Requests Oat
Of Small Revenue.
Washington. Slay 28. (United Tress)
1'aced with requests for appropria
tions totalling $3,U!M).Oi0, congress has
begun to figure on "new plans for fi
nancing;," the conviction was growing
today that the government would have
to flout another loan.
Frequent references to the govern
ment s financial status on the house
floor brought out these points:
That on May 1 only 2,226.t)O0,0OO of
ihe Victory loan money remained in the
That expenditures were still ranging
upward of l,4()0,0U0,M)ll a mouth.
That taxes and other sources of reve
nues, enn be rxKrted to produce not
morn thnn 14 0110 0111) in tlm next Venr.
Und that this figure may be reduced.
victory Loan spent.
The treasury now has outstnnding
certificates of Indebtedness which ex
ceed in amount the balance of the Vic
tory Ion n held, it is pointed out-. In ad
dition to this, authorization has been
grunted "for more than enough to ab
sorb taxes to be collected," house in
formation shows. Yet, deficiencies, tlie
aggregate of which 1ms not been deter
mined, will have to be met, and the vnr
ious rounuittes are preparing to report
them to the house.
Representative Moore, I'ennsyivauin,
declures the policy will havo to "cut,
cut, cut," and thr.t even then it would
be iuiiossiblc to pay all debts without
some changes in the olun of financing."
Expenses Bun High.
Majority lenders do not believe that
the phm instituting an "over the coun
ter sale' 'of bonds will provide enongn
money to meet requirements. This plan
was understood to have been decided!
upon by Secretary (.JIhss to avoid an
other vietory loan campaign.
Monthly disbursements by tlie treas
ury htive not fallen below 1,1K!),000,000
nt any time since the signing of the ar
mistice Representative Kess, Ohio,
says. In December, the month after
actual hostilities censed, he sii.vs, the
government puid out $2,0(10,000,000, atm
l.i..i,.,B ,1... .i;ul..i,a..mAt.ta WIIM ? .
"I can see nrt signs of immediate re
liefTeas suys, "The expenditures are
likelv to continue around $1,400,000,000
per month for some" time. And if they
lire to run that high certainly sew pli.ns
of government financing must be
'BOLSHEVTKI TORCES PUT
80UTH RUSSIAN SECTORS
London, May 2S. Heavy defeats ad
ministered to .bolshoviki in north and
ou(h Russia were announced by the
war office today.
Two communist regiments wore de
stroyed in north Hus.iia west of Rod
altoiMk, Ihe Klate.neiit said.
Near Manich, iu southern liiisdia, on
May H, anti bolshevik Kusslau volun
t.vrs attacked the reds and advanced
lu Uemouliioe, CHpturing 3500 prison
ers and b'),00 rifles, 13 cannon and 50
machine guns. In lanothcr battle the
Tenth bolshevik army was; .defeated on
ils entire front, 10,000 prisoners beinK
tnken when two regiments sin rendered
On the other hand, the office said
soviet troop had occupied .practically
the whole of the Donctx river basin.
Cuirjn'mgs Predicts 1920
Victory For Democrats
Chicago, Mav 28. D democratic vic
tory iu VM win the prediction of Chnir
maii Homer. Cummings, opening the
democratic nntioual eominittce meeting
The party will triumph, t .innniiigs
predicted, "not becauso of the right
euusness of our came but be. aue of
party achievements under President
"llixtory will record this pc.ii.il us
the golden age of American history and
honor,'' he said.
('illuming charged the rcpqblieans
with falling under reaetionniy control.
He duelt pHi'ti.-Hlnctv mi the reimiilici. n
oiua.iiAt.tioi. ot' cohirress.
ROBINSON LAUNCHES SCRAP
TOR LEAGUE. RATIFICATION
Washington! Mny 28 (l'niled Press)
Bitterly HUcMhg .tepublicans in the
fight over the league of nations. ten
ntor U'liiinson, A-I.:insas, tedsy beau
Ihe a.liiiiiiistrnti.iu raiup;i'n in the
state to win suppoit of the proposed
Ho charged" republican senators and
j nespi.,M with hampering tlie piesi i
dent ia his efforts to obtain a treaty j
which would safeguard the world S j
" Notwi(hs:audiiig the coneideralions1
inlneh riwimre imttv Hlitain itur immii,!,. I
, " - - I l
the pre... lent lifts been the object of re
pented unfair attacks from many sourc
, al home," wiid M.ibiiiw. "These
attacks ea only be justified upon the
theory tlmt he has either willingly tn
traycvl or ignorautlr itacnfiecd the
ian he reprcwiits.4
R.diinsou ehsrged that senators at
tending the white house conference, at
Inch Ihe fnht draft of the covenant
!i. (isi-iisci, deliberately mtrepre
ented the presHtcirt g Ritiii.de, an.l
iitlled his knowloie uf the . t. with
a view to discredit sng htm at hHie
.1 tt tt a't'i..a.l.
Sa.li Lecnnte, an aviator, on Wed
itesilsy aceriiled to a hcij;ht of 2H.H7I
feet at VillnceubiBV, establishing a
French lemrj fjr altitude.
w2 rapiiiy improve your
Over and putting stomach
and blood in good order.
TODAY'S BASEBALL SCORE
l'itta!urg 6 13
Xe York t 9
Adams au,i Sweeney; Bubus. Benton
and Met arty. 10 inuinirs.
lure uu e n.eur;eent rscmrwyp : taw waB ameaeU to read five cents for
Tuero and Clemens; I'feffer n4 ; the scalps of gophers, moles and gray
hrueger 11 JB,gs. Jdigt-ers. Business fell off aud the h.x
i i- - ?; raised for this bounty in Maiion coun-
i iMiuueipoi a v i
Jiaier, King and Wmgo; Smith Ja-
eolbs anl laly,
Chicago .. 0 0 2
Boston : 4 8 1
Vaughn, Alexander and Killifer;
Nehf and iowdy.
No games todoy.
I iiuuiiu vniiiiiiuiiiuuu
Tho Kemingtpn Autoloading Rifle
lets go .five, mic-ton-blow shots you
simply press trigger for each shot.
TOO MUCH TALK
l'utlnteh, Idaho, May 28.
Because somebody boasted that
"Mrs. Berteloni is the best wine
maker in Idaho," Frank Berte
loni and hi wife of this city are
in jnil and 800 quarts of raisin,
wine, found in a hut on the Ber
teloni residence grounds, has
been confiscated. Complete
wine making equipment nlso wr.s
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CAPTURED AT ROSEBURO :
Floyd Badcliff, an escaped inmate of
the school for, the feeble minded at ha- wn" n""1"-'"- ' "
.. . . , , . for redemcption, it will be legnl to
lem, was picked up here yesterday by 50 ccntg dliy for ttle) hotM9
Sheriff George Qnine after tho young or muicg anj 23 cents a day for goats,
aiiiiu had been wandering about the sheeps or hogs.
state for the past two weeks. Badcliff After stock is taken up, the owners
left the Salem institution two week. !'!" be 0,ifU,i LT'fl .
if the owner is not known, notices must
ago and althoujrh a search had beenlbe jn tiri.e pllbiic pgfoi auJ lf,0
cmiilu. ted f..r him was not located tantil ,mbiiaheil irt a pa))0r. The stock mB,
lato yesterday afternoon when Sheriff ltl,r Kt BU(.tion and the proceeds
yuine picked hiin up and lodged him in f... tl.e r,hvmet u th0 partv who
tho county jail. The officials at tho
cspital have been notified and sn s
tenduut will probably be in this city
within a short time to return tho young
man to the state school. Roseburg
You feel different the minute you
take it a gentle soothing warmth fills
tho system. It's a pleasure to take
Minister's Rocky mountain Tea.
Helps purify the blood, drives out the
germs of winter, gets you hustling,
full of life and energy. 33c. Tea or
Tablets. D. J. Fry.
Tames Kendrie-k, a former soldier,
who went through the Argonne forest
drive, wns killed in S.-.n Francisco Sun
day by a bullet fired from the revolv
er of Policeman John T. Kelly, while
Kendrick was trying to wrest the re
volver from the policeman.
Mrs. D. S. Dunbar, an Oregon pio
neer of 18.12, was .buried at Fairview
Flnmblng and Water Svstems InstaUedj
by OBAEER BROS.. 141 South Liberty ;
St., Phone 550. Also agent for riir-j
banks-Morse Oil Engines. j
I sk. "4-aZI- '
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A J. A.
A HAPPY COMMUNITY
Scents like this are being enacted
all over the United State and tb
National Wr Garden Commisiioa
uxget mort feoaae Ijo4 rai&;.
rtrsMM : ; . V
7 l Mr a mm
' Mr-Mr I Brovf n
NEW GOPHER BOUIIIY
Stock Confinement Law Also
la Force Outside Of Open
All laws passed by the last legislature
w hich did not have an emergency ch-usi-
!will become effective tomorrow, May
To the boys and girls of the county.
Us well as some other folks, the law Tt
E garding the bouuty on gophers and
0 aiolea is of special interest. When the
0 bouuty law was originally passed sever-
'al veata siro there was , ten-rent twimi
on tfo W!1lp3 0f gophers and moles.
The legislature of li17 found this was
igeing into the fund too fast and the
ty was not all used.
Beginning with tomorrow, the bounry
on gophers and mules is again placed a.
ten cents, but the gray-digger will be
obliged to part with his scalp for five
cents as in the past.
The office of tho county clerk is pre
paring for a great rush of business as
it is pretty well understood that a good-.
ly supply of gophe and mole scalps examiners. Dr. Olinger, while appoint
have been harvested largely, but have ed a short time ago to succeed Alex.
not been presented
awuiting Muy 29th.
Another law to become effective to
morrow is in regarding to dog running
at large. If any town, voting tireeinct
or county is not satisfied with the pres
ent law, there mav be called an election
.A j. .1..... ni.nil ..... ..
o ee -c ,-t uuK. ..u. ...
, , .u ii-
oe iuu voters aign iuv pennon rnuing
. .. , . l i i .
ic dog question to be placed on thei.. . . , ,
. , ,-'tion has granted oneand one-third fare
. For voting precinct, onlv 1) , " , . . . ., , ..
n r ' r,tr tha mi,,,, Trin til Ihn Dnmial muil.ns
; i on . tk a Z
town or city, only 20 voters. The dog
question may be voted on at any spe
cial or general election.
Another law to become effective to
morrow is in regard to stock running at
large. In some pnrts of the county, this
1 ia .,rv nnnlor e.oel.,IIv in the
.7 , J r J ,
Oervuis section. The new law provides
that "H shnll bo unlawful to permit
. ... . ..,i..
to run at large cuttle, horses, mules,
sheep, goats or hog. or 0 permit to go!
In... la r9 annlltnr Vt'lthflllT tiemi IKSlOn . 1 n
lands of another without permission, in
Murion county." The exception to the
law for Marion county is in the eastern
part and is described as beginning at a
point cnu.im .. "' "
north for & few miles, thence west to
the Willamette .nend.nn. thence nonn
n 4.1, n mnmilinn llilrt in (ho TllWiltlhlri
UIl lilC IU vfta suu vv v - '
inc ju east 01 ""
to uutte croea, aim u.ei.ce
eastern boundary lino of c coun y
IUO BUUlilVllBlv 1 11 vviu,.i, ...w.
the point just eaft of Mehaina,
la those parts of the county not In
cluded in tho exception if any cattle
or sheep or hogs are found running at
.lrge, they may bo taken up aud the
1 mi.j ri.:L i.i.i: ..!,
, ,,, rtM and th4, newsimper
notice. The balance or tuo money may
be held by the county court to bo later
returned to the party who owns the
stock. The party who took tip the stray
stock is entitled to purchase nt the sale.
As the law stands, beginning with to
morrow, no stock of any kind will be
permitted to run at large in the county,
excepting iit that portion from Mehnma
north to a point a few miles cast of
Silverton, and from that point directly
The Latest Creations In Bathing Suits
I Owe My Life
ihr (a all vho
niar be sufferers is
was. Head it:
T H t Pervw. After eons of
tae Ic.st Hcioi8 in the country
gave in up aud told me 1 couUI
not hv aiiothor mor.ih, Ptryart
uird . Travelling from tjwn
to tvvn, throughout th ciu:ury
an.l ;avirn to go Into all kind."
of baiiy hratt-J stores imi build
inxs. loiiifiimes sttandinir up for
huura at n lime hiie ply ins my
trade as auctioneer, it is only
fiatural that 1 krid rolris f re
)nrailri so when this would
oomr I paid little tittention to it,
until last December when I con
tracted a severe case, which,
through neglect on my part
aettled nn niy lunvs. Wheal !
ntt Im late. I hreaa doctoring1
Vet. without avail, until I heard
of Pern a a. It eured mtt ao 1
cannot praise it too highly."
east to Butte ereek, the eastern boun
'darv of the county.
f STATE HOUSE NEWS
Governor Olcott has appointed Dr. W.
W. Walker of Grants Pass, Oregon, to
succeed Pr. H. H. Oliiiger, of Salein, as
a member of the state board of dental
Mac Dougall, never qualified for the ap
pointment, stating that he found he
would be uualileto attend to the emu-,
on the board. Dr. Wulker received -the
highest endorsements from members of
SuiH-riiitendent of Public Instruction
I J. A. Churchill received official notice
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that United States railroad adiuintstra
the National Education association
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which will be held at Milwaukee, Wis
consin, June 29 July S.
Percy A. Cupper, state engineer, 'lt
last evening for eastern Oregon o go
over the work being done on, tho Jordan
Ivalley protect. This proieet covers thf
. . ' , 00 nnn - t i.. 1
'" " " .', '""
in Jordan valley in the soullieastern
g In COIlnrctioll with
have been constructed aiw woik is now
being done on the distribution system.
Mr. Cupper also expects to visit the
headquarters of the Jordan Valley Land
& Wat(,r f0IrBny at Boise) Mllha
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jirog 0f B0iBo, Mr. Cupper expects also!
' ' r i
trict project at Vale, Oregon, which is
being constructed .nsler tho supervision
He also expects to visit projects in Ba.
ker eouiitv before retumlnjr to Sulem.,.
SAILINGS OP TWO TRANSPORTS
FROM ST. NAZAIRE ANNOUNCED
Washington, May 28 -(United Press)
Transport sailings were announced
to.ly as follows:
Transport rianta Cecilia, St. Nazaire
This moat remarkable remedy I
Causes the stomach to act natu
rally and keepsthe bowels open, j
la purely vexetable, producing!
only bttfvuy beneficial rewulla.
Ik hfW mi CWUrWi tfUlcr
Absolutely hannlrss complete for
mula on every bottle only very best
tnsrstienrs UMd. At mil JrusrUt.
J. C. Terry's.
15 T.V ,
MawpWa. ai vpaBPHiiaaaMaw "-T'aa
to PfTRf TM A
it . j
Me ., :
Mr. Sawarl MrKl.Trr. SST E.
K'lh St, KitDsaa City, Mo., Mem
ber of the Society et V. S. Jewelry
Tablet r I.lsul Fim
to New Y'ork, due Juue 7, with 343d
field artillery, 343th machine gun bat
talion; one casual company.
Transqiort ii;.ilawasku, St. Nuuire
to Xew York, due June 6, with 313th
engineer, field and stsuff, train, med
ical and' ordnance Jictaehment, head
quarters eoniny; companies A to P
inclusive and company 1, 343d machine
gun battalion, headquarters, medical
and ordnance detachments and com
panies A and B; 2SSth military iwlice
company; detachment 313th field g
nal tiattulon; headquarters Ki-ith field
artillery brigade; 413th mobile veter
inary section; mobile surgical unit
number 12; five casual companies.
Dull, lifeless eyes, colorless lips,
sallow, yellow checks, give a girl lit
tlo chance for a "man" these days.
Don't lose heart, just take Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea helps to mako
you attractive and fair. Don't delay,
"begin today. D. J. Fry.
Frank Livingston, a negro who con
fessed to killng his employer and the
latter's wife, vas tied to a tree and
burned alive by a mob near Kldorado,
E. R. PARKER
" (PaL .less Parker)' i!
Decaying teeth never
get better without the
services of tn dentist. They get
worse. Wo believe in preventive
dentistry and so should you be
becnuse a tooth - taken in time
can be saved at lews expense be
sides protecting other teeth. Un
der the K. H. Parker System ex
pert work is informed at very
State and Commercial Streets
From Palm Beach