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Kead your lvertiMHi'cnt the lint day
it appears and notify us immediately if
Minimum charge, 13c
FOR SALEr 6 white Leghorn chickens
and a Belgian hare. I'hone 1000. 614
LOGANBEHBY pickers wanted. Phone
."WANTED Lathers and
for salo. I'hone
CALVES I want 3 or 4 dc-y-oid ealvcs
C. C. Kussoll, phono SFo. tf
WANTED AU kinds of chickens. Will
pay top price. Phone 133PJ. tf.
WANTED Cattlo and calves, any
kiud. Phono 1576W. 6-27
WANTED AU kiuds of cattle. Thone
JAS. LYONS practical painter. Phone
WANTED Strawberry pickers.
FOR 8ALE Young Jersey milk covr.
Phone 2339R. 6-11
W. BEAVER, well driller, phone 827J.
1165 N. 19th St., Salem, Or. 7-7
WANTED Young man at Giay-Bollc.
WANTED Woman to do
for two. 598 N. 17th St.
WANTED To rent furnished hous
by responsible parties. Writo 514
care Journal. 6-18
BAtF7wfm f Y""'ea Ch??:
Thone S501W4. e-14
FOR SALE-Rabbits, The therrjr City
Babbitry. Phone 2001J4. 6 19
WANTED Loganberry pickers, pay 2e
per box. E. A. Aufrance. Phono 66
. W. . .-v,.r ... - . 8-18-
FOR SALE Or. trade for cows, two
Fillipino ponies. 1412 N. Capitol.
FOR SALE Or trade house, 1105 Cross
St. Inquire at 1895 Fairgrounds road.
FOB SALE 5 pnssengnr Beo, perfect
condition. Inquire Marion garage, 233
a Com'l. tf
WANTED Cigar and confectionery
tore,' state terms. X J care Journal.
CAPABLE young lady desires position
as stenographer. X Y Z care Journal
WANT to rent or lean- good six or sev
en room bungalow. I'hone 492 after
FOR SALE Lumber in building, good
condition. I'hone 2o.ilt. 149 6. J:ltU
St. 6-17 j
WANTED Top biigpy, horse and hi.r
ness. Roply by mail. Agent, 475 N.
Commercial St. Salem. tf
WANTED Loganberry pickers, Sa-j
lem Heights. M. F. Woodward, KL 3.1
box 111. I'hone 112F4. 6-14
FOR SALE Two boilers, 1 eight horso,
horizontal. Call at Capital City Co-1
Operative Crearqery. tf
THE HAZELWOOI) does shoo repair-
ing, neatly done. 321 N. Cum'L St. I
jTBAILERS for salo and mads to or
der. Woodry's Auction Market, Fer
ry and Liberty Sts. 6 15
-iwsthir-jrtnn, p. C. Mnv 16, 1919. NoMcc
WALL PAl'Ktt 15 cent, per double rdl,, )lm,by Kivpn iat 1(J (hg eo(.
upwaru. iniieii s xurnuure ctore,
BANCH WANTED Wanted to
from owner of good ranch for
State eash price, full particular. O.
. Bush, Minneapolis Minn.
6PIRELLA corsets sold by Alice A
Miles, 1106 Leslie St. Measures ts
n. fit guaranteed. Home Thurs. af -
ternoons. Phone 1425B. 'the Secretary of the Interior. The pur-
"' chae price, with an additional sum of
FOR SALE 40 acre farm in erop, some : one-fifth of one per cent thereof, be
of best land in Oregon. For rmrtie-jinj eommismom allowed, most be de
nlars write owner, Rt. 1, box 42, Seio, i P; site4 at time of sale money to be
Ore., 6 19: returned if sale is not approved, other-
; '" patent will i&mie for the timber
WANTED Woman to do a fe
housework mor iings. Good
FOB SALE 5 room house, two Tors.
good garden, all kinds fruit, VM. No
incumbrance. Phone owner 13 J3. frt9
WANTED $1300 on a new tractor out-
fit and next year's crop, py & per
eeat. Rt. 2, box 40, Riekreiil, Or,
WANT To rent soon, strictly modem
7 or 8 room honse, U loealed. Call
at 305 8ate street, near Cc-mmereial.
TRY THEM FOR RESETS
FOR. SALE Young gentle wort team
weight 1400. 1'houe 8rll. 6 lb
FOR SALE Tw0 hundred eords big fir
wood. Phone 4F5. e-14
nu-VTH,,.,. with ,t,.tn er.it
j. $6 l t nl0uth. i.uorle 193S
IE you want to sell your liberty bunus
or borrow mouer, eall oa W. A. Lin
ton. 401 Court itreet. 614
WANTED A gsod ruilk goat. Address
giving price, 2ol3 Brooks ave, Sa
lem. ' 614
HEXTFour cellcnt n0
in the- afternoon
FURNISHED housekeeping apartments
to rent at 30i N. High St. alio hoc
single room suitable for gentleman.
FOR SALE A team of good horws.
Will sell the team together or will
sell singly. At t tie Salem city bains.
See W. S. Low, street commissioner.
JUST received a fine piano, just like
new, can mnke low price and eas.y
terms. Call at 519 Court St. aftit
FOR RENT Well furnished ana u
traetive housekeeping rooms, floso in.
541 Mill St. Mrs. Eugone Ficscott.
FOR SALE 15 a-eres set to prunes,
been well cared for, trees thrifty,
well located south of Balem; pneeu
samo as bare land adjoining. Reas
onable terms if desired. Address
Prunes care Journal. 6-18
LOGANBERRY pickers wanted; 8
aces, very good picking; good camp
ground, water, wood and straw; sheds
for autos. Address E. Booth, Rt. 8,
box 117, river road, Balcm. 6-19
YOUNG tody, 21 worth $00,000' cash,
city property aiso, would marry hon
oriible gentleman. Mrs. Warn, 221(i',!i
Temple, Los Angeles, CaL
YOUR future foretold, fiend dime, age,
birthdate for truthful, reliable, eon-
vincine trial reading. Hazel Hause,
Box 215, Loa Angeles, Cal.
TRUCK at a bargain, 1 ton, skid
chains; truck only used a few months
Owner leaving town. Lee L. Gilbert,
"Elgin Six agency, 156 8. Com. St.
INCREASE your worth, fino little 5
acre tract for salo few miles from
Sulcm, house, barn, well, gnrden, straw
berries, raspberries and flowers, 414
caro Journal. tf
FOR SALE Golf clubs, my own hand
msdo from the best selected hickory
and persimmon; all clubs guaranteed;
will place all shafts that break thru
bad material. Geo. H. Eddy, 604 S.
L'tli street, Corvallis. G 18
MONET TO LOAN
Hawkins and Boberta
314 Masonic Building
FOR SALE 22 acres of choicest land
in Willamette valley, 1-3 mil0 to
street car lino on rock road. All in
crop, also cherries, npples, prunes atd
berries. Good modern 9-roon house
with bath, hot and cold water. Any
one interested in ft good buy phone
WOOD SPECIAL 10 days, 7.T
cords big body fir wood at $7
per cord; 60 cords 2nd growth
fir wood at $6.50 per eord. G
11. Tracy Wood Co., Phone 520.
I NOTICE OF SALE OP COVERM
MI.'NT TIMBER, General Land Ofii.e
dj, jom, ba limitations of the Act of
"June 9, 1918, (39 Stat., 218), and the
! instrnctions of the Secretary 'of the
hear i Interior of September 15, 1917. the tim-
iber on the following lands will be sold
July 10, I91G, at 10:30 o'clock
at public auction at t!ie Unit. J Siates
land office at Portland, Oregon, to the
hiet'ert bidder at n4 less than the p
nraistal value shown bv this notice.
.. - ,le to be subject to the approval of
which must b removed within ten
! years. Bids will be received from cit
1 bens of the United States, associations
of snch citizens and corporations or-
'FSirized under the laws of the nited
,,,, or ar atPi territory or dis
tr;t thereof onlv. I'pnn application of
a q)if,.d purchaser, the timber on
any Irg.i! subdivision will be offered
separately before bcinz invaded in
nv effer of a l.irrr unit. T. 1 S.,,B,
!5 K'., 2f, SWlJ SW'S red fir,
W0 M, not to be sold for less than
.! :,n per M T. 3 S., K. B E.t fee. 31,
! r-& f,r, f.",0 M. not to b
' ",r tot less than M.25 rr M.
j LAV TALLMAN,
ner, General Land Off
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON,
K.TSjT' '"" L'iS
gun. The Wiley B. Alien Co, !1S
Court St. afternoons.
WAN TED Salesman with car to tan
die Marion county for fast sidling
article. 1 profits. Ask for Mr. O'
Connor, BHgh notch 6-14
WANTED Ten loganberry and enerry
pickers about July 1st, nice grove,
new camp sheds, free wood and mev-
. g to grounds. Pay 2e for picking
mid bonus to those who finish beny
crop. Phone 3F12. Mrs. W. Al Jones,
Gervais, Or. . 616
WANTED Married eouplc to share
nicely furnished house with lady that
hHS small boy. 1177 X. Corai St
I'hone 1692. 6-14
FOR SALE 10 acres unimproved fruit
land. Inquire between 8 a. m. and 6
p. m. at rug and carpet works, corner
Mill and 20th. . 6 16
1 GENTS light suit, size 40, wonh $45
tuke $10; light summer overcoat,
worth $40, make offer; a beautiful
white ladies chinchilla overcoat also
ladies blue summer coat cheap. Soci
ety Tailors. 1272 State St. 6 13
WANTED For cash, a strictly mod
ern bungalow, must have hot wnier
heat. In vicinity of state house or
university preferred. Also Mould
havo moro than one lot witn f nut.
My customer Btates that the price
is not so much the object r,s the home
f!. W. Niemeyer, 215-216 Mufonie
LOGANBERRY pickers wanted. 15
acres; transportation and wood free;
tents can bo supplied, elose to store
with free delivery. Pay l'o per box
and Vie bonus for pickers slaying
thru season. Phone 108F4. 6-17
HAS knybody a ox terrier pup they
would like to put in a good home,
at a reasonable priee; must bo dark
around eyes and month. Address Fox
Souvenir quarter 30c.
dollar 60e. souvenir dollar l.0. Hi
pin $1.50, souvenir gold dollar cuff
buttons $3, souvenir dollar watch
charm $1.50. Classy. Coin stamps.
Agents. Box 51, Los Angeles, Culif.
OLESON'S AUTO EXCHANGE
USED CARS BOUGHT FOB CASH
OR SOLD ON COMMISSION.
1915 Overland $500
1914 Overland $475 esy terms
2 1017 Fords, good bui
1918 Ford $300
1914 Ford $275
Ford sedan, $675.
1916 Ford, porfect condition, $373.
2-ton lumber truck at a bargain.
We wrock autos for their parts, this
enables you to get old car parts at
a bargain. Cash price paid for junk
-ton Ford truck, thoroughly over
5-passenger Rtudebnker, $180.
849 N. Com'l Bt Phone 666
SALEM AUTO EXCHANGE
GEO. SriCER, Mgr.
229 State Street
We buy your car or sol) u commission
3 Fords, $375
IDJii Chevrolet $1100
J910 btudebakor $500
Fino Little roadster cheap. .
Maxwell, gooil cs new, $550.
Light ili'Hv. ry car, $'i'i0.
Overland roadster, $525.
TWENTY OTHERS TO PICK FKOM
Bring your repair work in. Expert me
chanic in charge.
WESTERN JUNK ft SALVAGE
Wo buy nil kinds of junk, hard
ware, furniture, tools, machin
ery. There is hard! an item
we do not buy.
I'hone 700 402 N. Coml.
EETTLR REALTY BUYS
Eight beautiful lots in the Oaks ad
dition (restricted) $100 each and as
sume street assessments. Average priee
$550 each. A choice investment.
(List your lots with Niemeyer)
Fully modern nine room bungalow,
built six years; ally lot; $2500. A fine
buy. Just off South CouinioreUl street
(List your house with Niemeyer)
13 acres with 7'j acres 10-year old
prunes;3 acres logans; 1 sere cherries;
4 room bouse, barn, etc, $4500.
(List your fruit tract with Niemeyer)
130 acres; 40 acres bearing prunes.
Small quantity of timber, balance cul
tivated. Near Salem, $200 an acre. This
a genuine snap.
(List your orchard with Niemeyer)
110 acres all cultivated except small
pasture 8 miles from Salem on road to
be paved. Excellent buildings and a
fine f.irm property. $130 an acre.
(List your farm with Niemeyer)
40 seres adjoining Wet Salem. No
buildings. 25 seres cultivated. Fine
prune proposition. $10,000.
BUYERS buy from NIEMEYER
He's got the goods.
Branch offires at Pal'as Independ
ence and Silverton with a live snlen
715 216 Masonie bnildmg, SALEM.
Rnlem is the best little city in the
Pacific northwest, if you only'knew It.
THE MilVr, rooms and spsrtHiejts,
LOST ladies tan kid glove, finder
kindly leave t Journal office. 6-14
SEE Mix U E. Goodhue it 251 S. 17th
St. for subscription te all maiines
Pboae1 74 1M.
WANTED 1300 on a new tractor out
fit and next year's erop, pay 8 per
eat, Honte 2, box 40, Eickreall, Or.
LOST Sunday morning oa the 1aTJs
road a brown handbag containing a
white praver bouk. Kindly phono 8
BUILDING loarp, or loans on Salem
property, made promptly aud upon
easy terms of repayment, A. C. Bohra
dt, 401 Masonic Temple, Salem,
Oregon. 6 17
WANTED Light tnreshing outfit, com
plete, or separator alone; state size,
make and in what condition and
price. Henry Priem, Airlie, Or. 6 16
WANTED Four good men Monday,
two months, good wages; board ir
desired. Phone lti21. 616
WANTED Light binder, state size,
make; must bo in good condition,
and price. Henrv Friein, Airlie, Or.
YOU need not be without the real ar
ticle. Make in your own home, the
samo as the brewer or distiller can.
Eight valuable formulas, $1. North
ern Dist. Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
INSIDE property, 8 room modern
house, corner lot 82x82, fruit, street
paved, cement walks; located only a
few blocks from the business center.
Priced at $1730, will givetimc on a
part. If you have property for s;ile
or exchange list it with me, see me
bofore you buy. H. S. Radcliff, 4
Bayne bldg. 6-16
A MODERATELY priced bungalow
style residence property on South
19th street, and a vacant lot suitable
for garage location for sale. Terms
made to responsible parties. A. &.
Bohrnstedt, 401 Masonie Temple, Sa
lem, Or. 6 17
Farms $ 2 B Made-Houses
85 acres of .choice land and a new
house and barn on Howell prairie, 10
acres lover, 18 In oats, balance garden
ana pasture, a young xamiiy orcnarn
1 this is a first clan proposition. $5500,
12500 cash, balaru 5 pears 6 poieeut.
64 acres on river, the best soil out of
doores; fair improvements, good crops,
li acres alfalfa; all stock, farm mochin
cry aad tools go at $6000. See this
aap, $3000 cash balance to suit. '
10 acres in Polk Co. I a!re logans,
family orchard. , No improvements.
Some choice email tracts, eoino tn,
wU teU U.,
S room good house, 23d St. $1500,
stood terms. . ...
5 room good house,' 21 t St. naif
block of store $1000.
7 rooms, largo lot, some fruit, on the
installment plan. -4
good buys C '
JOHN H. SCOTT REALTY CO.
gppi pinqqnu tot
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Hy H. E. Bolingor, 328 Hubbuiu btfig
Fino home with 12 acres of Inifd, fl
room moiiern house, good barn, 6 acres
bearing orchard, balance erop; close
in. Will take some good trade.
5 acres well itnbroveft on PaclfTc
highway south. Price $2500. Will tako
trado liu to 41000. or euav terms.
2 splendid 4 room modern houses at
Beuutiful 7 room bnngalow with even-
convenience, for less than cost to
2 good business propositions. A
splendid modern dwelling, a new slorn
splendid moiiern dwelling, a new storni i"" ; , . .
buibling, and good stock of groceries, ! land, 7 acre, of fine timber good bouse
all clear. Want a good farm clow in. land barn, family orchard, two acres of
This is a well established business. bearing English walnuts, some, firs
A neat 4 room modern house.store
building and small stock of groceries,
' i. i ...J.. .V. .i...
W.;4 tn ...II: will tnkn sonin trade..
10 acres well improved, close in;
will accept part purchase prico in a
good city property. tf,
J 1 .r
SALARIED MEN ATTENTIOK
Three real Bargain
6 room modern bungalow with fur
Cement walks and paved streets. $2850
part cash, balance monthly payments.
flrowm modern bungalow with fur
usee. Paved streets' in and paid for.
$3-00, some cash, balance monthly pay
A beautiful 7 room, strictly modern
home. East front, paved streets. $4200
cask $1000, bulauce monthly pn)-
W. A. LISTON, agent.
MEN WANTED AT WEST LINN PA
PER MILLS. 45e HOUR, 8 HOUR
DAY. SEE MR. H, A. SWAFFOKD in the above entitled court on or be
I fore the 28lh day of July, 1919, and n
AT MILL OFFICE ACROSS EIVERlyo" f1 appear and answer for
FROM OREGON CITY. GOOD HO
TEL PROVIDES CLEAN EELS
IJPWff it . !. - . . . :-.;,tr-
20e; BEST MEAT.S 35c. tf
Plumbing and Water Systems Initalleo
by U SABER EROS, 141 Booth Liberty
Bt, Phone 650. Also agent for Fair
banks-MoTs Ga Engines,
I i in ir i -nm
I -mmmmm i 11 i i iiiim.i miilm in
SATURDAY, JUNE 14.
hlCt in wood for ss;lc, jr.otiJit cit.l.
Phone 4olW. U'
WANTLD Mu far runs wirk l uuxie
ivALE plants fer sale,
293 Portland road.
a, 10 '.to. nt
WANTED A So. 1 truck sausinsu.
Apply Marios garage. b-i7
1141 Kerry St.
for rent. C
HORSE power hop baler for
complete, Phone IF3.
LOf. AN BERRY pickers wanted, .-.horiy
camp ground, ged water, wood for
fuel. I'hone 97F12. 6 -20
WANTED Flaee in print shop by!"
eighteen year old boy, who wants to I
lenrn trad. 241 N. High. O-l 1 1
FOR SALE 12 Buttercnp laving chick
ens and rooster, all for $18. o04 Bel
mont St. 6-14
FOR SALE At a barfaia a S npm
ment house, 6 rooms cath, 8 blocks
from new jjt mill, $1500. Thone
LOGANBERRY pickers wanted at In
dian Hill farm, good berries and 2c
per box will be paid to those staying
thru the season. 3 blocks from end
f 12th St.-car line. Phone 510. tf
WANTED Married man to work on
finit ranch, good wages, steady job,
house, fruit and vegetables furnish
ed. I'hone 14F15. 17
MONEY saved is money earned Cu
a loan of $1000 a farmer can save
$1000 in 35 years by borrowing
the Marion Polk County National
Farm lAan association. 303 Salem
Bank of Commerce building.
IF you contemplate bnymg a farm ami
want a real Bargain, seo me.
in (he east have BBked me to close
ont soma Oregon irrigated lands
which they acquired under foreclos
ure of mortgage. Recent railroad and
sawmill developments make the lands
especially attractive. A. C. Bohrn
imlr. 401 Masonic Temple, Sulem,
320 acre farm, 80 acres under culti
vation, balanco good tiniDcr, noune,
barn. Price $40 per acre.
40 acre of first class prune ana ber
ry land, all cultivated. Prico $130 por
18 accea of first class berry land, an
cultivated, running water. Price $2000
11.24 acre tract of first class lanfl,
all cultivated, 6 acres in gram, house
and barn, soma fruit, 4 miles out.
This i good garden and berry land.
10 acre tract, 5 aares borrics, Ital
ian prunes; small house. Triee $3000.
R acres of benrina cherry orchard, on
rock road, 4 mile south. Priee 4)1300.
44 acre farm, 30 acres under, cultiva
tion, balance timber and pnstnre; honse
and barn, apri")t water, family orch
ard, 2 acres of logans. 8 acres young
prunes. Priee $4000s $1750 down, bal
ance 6 per eewt Interest.
17 nere tract, 10 acres of bearln or
.linril. mostly nranes; house and barn
on main Taeifie highwnv. Price $5000
r.tt am farm and fruit, 18 acres of
bearing prunes, 6 room house, barn.
om timber and nastnre, spring, rock
road. 4 miles from Salem. Price $350
A3 acre farm, all cultivated, house
and born, 5 miles east ofSalcm. Price
5 acre tract. 2 acres of loRfinbcrries;
4 miles from Sulcm.
80 acre trnct, 6 acres of loganberries,
-. ...,,.. t t.rnurs. 4 acres of cherries,
family orchard, good bungalow, barn;
i ...Ilna r'pntrt Mil l,.ni. Price $780.
inn fnroi. most V cumvun-'i
class pmne Innrt, somo mm
jlnnd. Trice $150 per acre.
room modern house on paved
street, corner lot. Trice $-jlMl.. ituns
on part. ii"n
0 room modern house. 1 rtc -.
,.t,ard, 6 sml 9 venrs ebl; rock road. 4
miles south. Price $"000.
275 Ktata street
IN TICS CIRCUIT COURT
the Btate of Oregon for Wio
Coiuity. IminM-viiMV.t 4
Edward 1). Kwutuey, plwiitill, vs..
Catherine H. Sweeney, defendant, rjuu.
To, Catherine H. Sweaney, defend
Ju Ike name of the state of Oregon :
Yon are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you
want thereor, the plaii.uu win sj p v
to the court for the whole of the re.i' f
demanded iu his complaint, to'.vit:
That the marriage esisiiog betae.n
ou and the plaintiff be dUnl.'cd :u d
held for naught.
Yon are hereby notified that this
summons is served upon you by pub
lication in the Dally Capital Jimrnai,
a daily newspaper of general circulat
ion, printed and pubUi.h'd at rlulem,
Oregon. The data of the first publica
tion of this summons is June 14th,
1919, and the date of the last publi
cation is July 2th, 1919.
Yob are further notified that this
summon is served upon yon by pub
'iiution jmrsuant to an order of the
Ifnnornble fieorge O. Bineharn, judge
of the above entitled court, made on
the 1 rt h day of .Tone. 1M19 reqtiiri-'g
that this summons be published once s
w.'ek for six consecn'ive wrcki, in snid
M-NABY, M.NARY A KLYKS.
7 26 Attorieys for p'ainfiff.
Iffl'll J 117
Lniioren s w
Our wonderful stock of CHILDREN'S WASH
DRESSES, made up in the newest styles from
QUALITY PERCALES, GINGHAMS and CHAM
BRAYS in the season's accepted colors in
SOLIDS, STRIPES, CHECKS and PLAIDS '
Ages 2, 3, 4, 5 and G Years.
ALL PRICED AT SrECLL PRICES
Serviceable Clothing for Life in the Open
We are showing the Most Complete Line Of
Kahki Colored Outing Togs
DIVIDED SKIRTS, NORFOLK JACKETS,
RIDING BREECHES and WALKING SKIRTS
Designed by gradates of the foremost school of
ladies' tailoring in. the United States.
(See showing Court St. Window) '
You Can Always Do Better At
Russian "Grown-ups", 15 Years 0ld9 1
, Learning to Play American Games
y r,, -
J ' ' e,;-J, K n.. ' J i!
Russian children, like children
everywhere else, play, but only
whilo they are children. As soon
as they become "grown up" and
reach the age of twelve or thirteen,
they socm to think It la not proper
to play any more. The girls then
stay closely at home aud the boys
proceed to loaf, drink, smoke and
Since the revolution, tha lot cf
children in Russia and Silierla has
boen worso than t ver. To combat
thee evils, the Y.M.C A. Is organ
izing a system of plav.;rouiidtt. In
stead of loaflne, the loys are U ant
ing to play football and baa hall.
Tennis Is taking th"" plaeo of Ori.ik
log, and track gar s, handt-ail and
swimming are r-' I tubatit'ttca for
smoking and ga lii.fC-
fhe scout mo' menf, t, fc,.s ta
ken a great he' 1, aad the girl l:i
the pleturo 1' la lr of the m w
Cacbl Jonrnal Want Ads WsO Get Yea -What Yor Wan!
Girl Scouts in Samara, a town In
Central Kussi on the Volga River.
There the Y.M O A. has Ave athlet-c
flel ls and playgrounds and Is get
tli:g ready for a big summer season
of gnmns. The boy. who looks
hy answers to, the name of
(Shanghai and Is a Russian, lives In
a Chinese city Harbin, Mam hurla,
reveral thousand miles icut of Sa
leurn, to which the "Y.s" growing
i nin of athletic fields m.w extend.
The "Y" al is prorlillng nth!
ti" fr Russian and Cwb soldiers.
i:a the Tartars are learning
American games, the rules for
e. hii h hsvo bi'en tran dated lMo
f i. jlan. Chinese and Turkic. Tho
i irtars tae to ihe nw games, but
Hi y also "took to" tho aihletjo
firparatus until a threat thi.t they
i ould be barred oud.'d tbe ivonir
r '.Irctine. ft
m I ff .1 1 a. .