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THE DAILY CAFITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. SATURDAY, JUNE 7. 1P19.
III KOTIOH 10 SM
Governor Okoii Takes Steps
To Secure Historic Vessel
For State And Prevent
rd aii a be torfciVcn?
W BAD v
DO YOU WANT your friends to avoid you? They
will certainly do so when, your breath is bad.
There is no excuse for anyone, having a bad
breath. It is caused by disorders of the stomach
which can be corrected by taking Chamberlain's
Tablets. Many have been permanently cured of
stomach troubles by the use of these tablets after
years of suffering. Price 25 cents per bottle.
MO DEALERS HEED
Field Secretary Of National
Association Here After
Problems coufrontiug the automobile.
Metiers of every city and state arc such
that oatiooul organization 18 absolutely
Mefistuiry lor adequate protection, ac
cording to Robert E. Manger of St.
Louis, field secretary of the National
Automobile Dealers association, who has
arrived in Salem to lay before the deal
ers an invitation to join the national
association. The- organizat ion's Head
juartur are in Ht. Louis. Representing
ta 27,000 dealers of the country U now
kaa a membership of SUUO in the 18
spates. It is co-operative, organized for
protection, not profit" and its offi
Mia are nationally known among the
Vnlors. F. W. A. Vesper of SI. Louis
is president aud Harry G. Moock, for
nerly of Beaver is the secretary and
kusinms manager in charge 'of tiie St.
Mr. Mugner in explaining the objects
f the association acts forth the follow
ing facts concerning the industry)
. There are a billion and quarter dol
lars invested in the automobile indus
try and the security of this capital and
the safety and well being of 8o0,000
employes are dependent upon commer
cial and legislative fair treatment.
There are 6,000,000 automobiles In
aily use in America and the country
kaa ben absorbing ears at the rate ol
niililoa a year. This absorption is
expected to reach 1,500,000 annually.
About 750,000 ears wear out a year.
The annual wage paid by the indus
try totals (750,000,000 which is equal to
the total circulation of gold In the Uni
ted States in 1917. The number of em
ployes is one-half the total of all the
mil road employes in the United Ktutes.
The industry is the third lurgciji in the
eenntry being exceeded In manifacture
nly by the steel and clothing indus
tries. . .
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
LARGE SHIPMENT OF VICTR0LAS
AND COLUMBIA GRAPH0N0LAS
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We also carry STARR Pianos and
Salem's Music Dealer
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These bulletins are issued wcckiy by j
the Forest Service aud report, tno fish- j
in k condition for Streams in and near ,
the Rational Forests" of Oregon and
Washington. These reports are L'Uied on i
data furnished by field men:
Western Oregon. j
Wood Eiver: Uood catches of Kain-
bow and Dolly varden trout are being
made i.H'ar Fort Klamuth. Beached by
train from Kluuiath Fulls aud auto
road on either side of the lake.
Seven Mile Creek and Anna Creek
Good catches f Bainbow and Doliy var
den trout are being made on these
streams near Forth Kluuiath. Beached
by auto or wagon road by way of Fort
Upper Klamath Lake Good catches
of Lake trout are reported at Crystal
Creek, Bocky Point and Odessa. Beach
ed by auto road along west side of lake
by way of Klamath Falls. The fishing
is chiefly with spoons.
North Umpqua Hirer Fish are not
biting because of heavy rains and snow
East Umpqua Rivet Fishing not
good because of high water.
Bow River Fair catches are being
mude at Dorena, Wildwood aud Bow
River basins. Beached by auto by way
of Cottuge Grove. Fish are tukiug
spinner and royal coachman fly.
Sharp Creek Fair catches of irout
are being made near the Pony bridge
Beached by auto from Cottago Grove.
Lajmg Oreek Fish are not biting
well on these streams because of coo
water and raiiu. .
Few catches of Rainbow trout ate re
ported from points on Cove and Grand
Hondo river. Reached by auto and
wagon by way of I'liion and Cove wag
Indian Creek Good catches of Bain
bow trout are being made at paints
near Elgin. Benched by auto or wgon
by way of Elgin. -
Pine aud Clear Creek Good catches
are reported from various points along
streams of Eastern Brook and Rainbow
tront. Reached by auto or wagon.
Clark Creek Good catches of Bain
bow trout are being made at points
JJT Hear your fav-
M onte artist on
the Columbia or
One look at these
beautiful pieces of
your June marriage
GEO. C WILL.
Governor Otcott today received the
fallowiug telegram from Representa
tive Fred A. Britten, dinjressinan
from Illinois, and member of the com
mitter on naval 'affairs, who has in
dicated a great interest in the final
disposition of the V. S. 8. Oregon and
to-whom th governor telegraphed re
cently asking the status of the battle
ship: "Battleship Oregon to go .out of
commission because- of no further mil
itary value. May tie assigned by the
navy department to state of Oregon if
state will agree to care fur same with
out expense to the government or an
act of congress will convey the ship
to the state of Oregon without expense5
to the state if the- state desires the
ship as a historic relic to be maintain
ed by the state. If you will telegraph
mo the state's decision I will immedi
ately lay the matter before the com
mittee on naval affairs now in session
snd the secretary of the navy for
prompt favorable action."
Governor Oleott has taken the ques
tion up with Attorney General Brown
as to what suthority the emergency
bonrd would have to act in providing
a dficieny appropriation for the nav
al militia,, and as to whether such an
appropriation could be used in connec
tion with maintaining the historic ship.
In event it is apparent the people of
the state are satisfied that it is the
proper jirocedure to maintain the ship
in Oregon waters through the emergen
cy board aud in addition it develops
that such board can legnlly provide a
deficiency appropriation for the main
tenance of the ship, the executive will
ask for a meeting of the board to pass
upon the question of granting the funds
In response toKpresentative Brit
ten's telejfram Governor Oleott has
Wired as follows:
"Am setting under way plans which
may result in securing sufficient mos
ey to finance maintenance of Battle
ship Oregon in Oregon waters. Will ad
vise you soon as possible with what
success. Could you let me know approx
imate yearly expeuse niainu nance il
event ship eonvcyed to state a histor
ic relic to lo maintained by statef"
Relative to a report received by the
executive that the mot'ci at dismant
ling the Oregon already has started at
Bremerton navy yards, the executive
sent tho following to . Franklin D.
Roosevelt, assistant secretary of the
navy: . -
"Report received here dismantling
of liattleshilp Oregon started at Brem
erton navy yard. Plans now formulat
ing which believe will result in being
able to finance maintenance of ship
if turned over to state. Hope dismantl
ing, if it. is In progress, may be delay
ed sufficient length time give state
opportunity to arrange for funds to
take her over. Can you please advise
status toy telegraph?"
near Elgin. Reached by auto or wagon
by way of Elgin.
Wallowa County Streams Been use of
high water, fishing is poor on all
streams in this county at present.
all popular makes t
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AMSoul Stirring picturization of
the .Host Tremendous Story ever wiitten,
An All Star Cast-
Eclipses all other Motion Picture!
Has rocked the Film industry to Its Foundations!
The Sensation of all Screen Clas s f c si
HOLD DATRTMTN'8 PICNIC
AX MT. ANUEL JUNE 10
Tuesday June 10, has been selected
as a day when a dairymen's picnic
will e held in Mt. Angel. The Mt
Angel Creamery k ico t'o. in conjunc
tion with the biisiiiew men are to serve
free ice orecim to all the vixitors who
attend the picnic. The picnic will be
held at the ball park, where a free
baseball game, Hpcukiug and music
wil Itake place.
following is the program:
10:30 .Opening addrettg by M. We
nacht, president Ht. Angol creamery.
10:45 ''Toeda in connection with
pasture," Prof. K. B. Fitt O. A. C.
11:45 "Commercial elub work," J.
E. MoCroskey of the Salem commercial
13 Music toy Mt. Angel band. Bas
ket dinner. Free ice cream.
1 Judging dairy cattle and how to
pick a good producer, by Prof. Weston,
O. A. C.
A demonstration of judging and an
opportunity will also foe given for all
interested to participate.
3 Free ball game, Mt. Angel yg
The eity of Ml, Angel extends a enr-
dia invitation to evervone tn enino
and enjoy the day with them
Jn ease of rain prosrraia wil b
n in the eity half.
NO GREEN APHIS
Ho far this scawin we have heard no
complaint from fsrmern about thd
aphis working on the green crops. Last
year at tbia sesson this little green
bug was raising havoc in most field
of grain and were the causo of short
erop in many instance. It is not thot
that the aphis could do material dim
age to grain now should they rteoloj
as wheat if well along al,a never look
ed better. Hilverton Appeal.
Two nfor Hubbard boyi expect to
leave rranee for home soon after Jane
ast, acocrding to the last letters re
eeired from Ben Cwto and Lee Berry.'
A welcome home surprise party for
Walter Lettentnaier was given L his
parents at their home last Knnlav fi..
ernoon. Ice cream and cake were served
st 5 o'clock.
Stringers for the highwa liardurfr.
ing were put up the road the first of
the week. It is expeeted by the men
operating the mixing plant north Of
town that they will be ready for work
on the rosd in this section in a few
days. Addtionnl equipment has been
intalled the fnt week.
Mrs. Jennie Baumhofer and son f.ynn,
the latter jnt recently dischtrged from
service, of Montevideo, Minn., arc vis
iting Mrs. Bnumhofer's sister and
UARSY Qmrcn Prcrentr
3 DAYS STARTING THURSDAY, JUNE 12
brother, Mrs. Savila Waldron and thas.
Christian at Woodburn. Mrs. Waldron
and nephew vinited Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
McShaue Friday afternoon.
Heed Chuutbcrlain is just home from
overseas, arriving but Friday morning,
from many months service with Buttery
B, 117th field artillery. He was in
I'ortlaiid Monday attending the lnuiu.uct
tendered the boys that evening. Be
fore going into servico be w.is head
grader with a leading Portluud lumber
firm und the job is waiting for mm
when he is ready.
Tuesday evening of last week tho
inuny friends of Mrs. Perry Morgan
nent a very pleasant evening at her
home in honor of her birthday, tiieir
tomiiig being a completo surprise to the
hostess. The pleasant evening afford
ed opportunity for tue younger members
of the party to amuse themselves with
games in the yard and a number of the
cliler people played cards indoors.
Work was begun Monday oo the
buildings for L. U Hershberger on bis
recently purchased farm just west of
town. The residence frtst to be put up
is for tho tenant, a commodious six
room modern house and other bunding
for stock. I.r.tor Mr. Hershberger in
tends to build a homo for his family,
just west of the buildings now( going
Hubbnrd paid greot tribute May 30th
4r- i!t "I
and natural bowel movement
result from the use ef
- TU WWsssCUUrn'ttnridw
Thie superior purely vegetable
preparation for correcting
baby' trouble contains no alco
hol, opiates, or narcotics.
Brings gratifying results for
mother and child. Furmuiaca
J. C. Perry's.
Jk t '1
to the memory of her depnrt.-d aolaicr
in the largely attended memoiiul Serv
ice held in the afternoon ut the city
of which Byron Grim acted as
chairman. A suitable prog rum of song,
recitation ami flag drill was ghen M,iur
to tho address given by Robin 1). Day
of Nnlcm. Mr. Day wan given very close
attention and bis address appreciated.
J. J. Heshbergor has this week sold
the selling sgency for the Overland nnu
Htiidcbaker rars and Universal Tractor
to Ii. T. Hodge aud B. II. KussWI, both
successful buniiiem men of Portlnnit.
The firm will be know as llodu Kus
scll. An inventory of the afva of
these mnki'S on bund in the llulilmrd
shIcs room in the I. O. O. K. building
was made Tuesday. Mr. llemlibni'gi'r
will continue with tho new firm until
I August 1, when ho conlcmplntcs going
on a inrm east or iiuiinaru. r-iuorpi imo.
HELD FAMILY REUNION
A family reunion was held
borne of Mr. and Mrs. O, W. Kensciring
NumIhv, when the children, gruuiliNii
dren and great grnndiliildren a.em.
bled. There were 20 in all ciuipving
the big biitlnli:y dinner, and it was a
mint cnjoullt family gatliering. The
Hl'fiiir wa in honor of Mrs. Kcnseliiug 's
The Imnie of Mr. and M'. Kwir
was beautifully diie.orate.il witli ro
mid othet cot flowers gathered fiou
Mrs. Kewlring, whose muiden name
wns Annie Riir(.'s, was the duuliti r of
Mr. Bnd Mft. Ihtniel Kigg-, early Ore
gun pioneers. Khn erossed the plains
with her parent in 1H47, and bai ''
dintinrtioii of riding the entire dihianco
aenms the plains by horsebark. After
reniiling ut (fribble I'rairie for many
years she moved to this city with her
kiibnL Hubbard Enterprise.
MAEEIED AT OERVAIS
Tuenday moniing June 3, Mar, in IVt
rich, Jr., and t'lara Mabel Wood of
Portland were united in holy wedlock
by Father 8erorki.
They were attended bv Telia Detr'u-h
and Josi-ph Kuhn, Jr. After tin, cere
mony the wedding party cco:npaiiied
by a bo-it of relative and frieiia went
to the home of the groom's purent., a:id
a siiiiiptusii wedding feast was served.
The happy couple left on the eveninj
trtiin for Portland where the room is
employed liy the . f. K. li. i n. er-
BAD AUTO ACCIDENT
An auto accident one half mile north
i)t Brooks on the Pacific highway one
ib y last week, resulted In the wrifUiiig
ef a laree car in which were sevrn peo-
;le. Three daughters of Mrs. iiaey,
The Journal classified s Is are
great favorite with people wko
do things Try oaa, 44
When yes nse Journal classifi
ed ads get what yon want tltoia
to they work fast.
two Rrnead girls, Ocorge Hturgis ami
a man employed at the paviug plant
here. Little Mnbel Macy, aged )l -years,
is suffering from a broken leg.
'itl 0,n,', "e"iber of the purty wie
uauiy suasea 11-4. ouiuing wud anoiii
or car caused the accident. 8tr,
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