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FAGE TEN ; "
i--y-i-t-yni y-filfirg yVe1 ri?yr fwf-n-tfi-f "weft
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S ahnr and material
i will be delivered this
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Tinea orders and impossible to
f.UT0 PICNIC CLUBS
BOLSHEVISM IN U.S.
tVOperation Of Owners Of
Pleasure Cars And Tracks
To Promote Free Trips To
Cpea Grjntry Urged.
Why alt this talk about Bolnhev inn
gaining a foothold in America! Why
ahould mot t lilt of common lonie bo
(jplied evory dy by every eituen
imiiitr la tb rulr of th Boy icout. -"ia
at I lust 0ii good ct nch day."
Io not nwol; talk about it. Apply
be " iM-a rult-" to every day life.
BulWiwa i lis,.d un inorsndc, di
itufaelion, Piivy, and greed, mor than
a povnrty and hunger, although the
latter da r.auiio dunpirate acta. It can
not thrive ia the oin air and lunshinr.
f 'Uo4' eountry."
On wgg.wtion to help make the
mt happier, U that aulomobilinta, In
eluding trnefc owner organiw free pic
nic tripe at fnu,'nt iiitcrvaa and take
lartie into the country for a happy
lay. wqueeting the dueate to Tinna
1bir m lunch bankete, though theae
tnight be aupplcmmited ky eontrilmtiona.
Tin. U sa the aame broad and gener
mtia priiejplft tof givina a lift to men
ia uniform at all tluiee, and tni
Iheir tnlativee to viait them at eemp.
tt nany viaiiora aleo tool Bna
!it f2mm with them U the campe.
It Miy venire one "pTsnniwr " in
4iah eeraraunity to atart up the plan
and he it (oliig. Then eccaiional
Htwpfmr aaaouneementa calling upon
motor swaer to ro operate for a filed
time, pU-, and journey would bring
fy vulunUyir.. Hare friendly talke
with the rwneongcra, bnl no long, atiltcd
le-hee, tiuide their pleaaurea wlthcmt
lt at dietatiirial "dont"
It ia well, in orgaulting aurh tripa,
tn inter eat at leant One garage maa
ra iirect operatlona ahould any
nf the ear in the "fleet" become ataH
cd, otherwii anree of the party nuat
the day 'a pl.aure. One frequent
rne of tmuhlo ia ignition going wrong
vhTe tiUprii are ued. but cara uip
vrd wiiti magneto ignition are alwnva
f iii'.i la fce dejiendable. Tire trouble,
woniii not be eeriaue aa thea tripa
would only average tea or twenty mile..
In ft'i, wnere of can wrould need mJy
to take, Umm party to the agreed place
' and thea call for them agala at the
lime fiie for returning.
A" i-.eli!iil! awontit of happine
emiij bo gireo to the workera of thia
r-jiunlry if thia eould ljeeome "nation
al rM-nteer wtovement for weekly aute-
anxl.il niiji," tut there are five
p V- ' c,ir it ti rnp-trf,
fiiviii" transra a lift ia WiJ te
IF YOU 1
1919, 4-Passenger Elgin 6, Sport
ia no part of the plan, but "community
motor picnics" would go fur toward
eliminating bolshevistic tfmleni'iua nny
wherc, if well organized. '
Tho Y. M. C. A, the Kuighti of Col
unibua, and other organizations, have
given thoilMtnda of our soldiers and
sailors treats of thia sort. Why ahould
not the homo workers be given the sim
ilar pleasures by the voluntary actions
of citizen, who possess carsf It ia not
money the workers wont, as the occas
ional day In the country to enjoy them
selves as they otherwiat eould not.
Expert To Me Charge
Of Service Aid Repair
Shop Of Elgin Agency
Just out of the motor service of the
army, with which he spent ei(,ht months
at Camp Kustia, Va., Hubert 1). Throe
morion will next week tnke charge of
the service department and repnir shop
of the Elgin aix agency in Halem, no
cording to the announcement of Lee L.
Oilbert, distributor for the Elgin.
Mr. Throckmorton ia a service and
K ral repair expert of moro thnn
eight years experience In some of the
Urgent shops on the racific Coast.
Previous to entering the service he was
superintendent of the repair shop of
the Acme Automobile company, of Port
land, and prior to that was head of
similar departments in Lot Angelea
In Portland Mr. Throckmorton 'a work
wns principally that of rebuilding and
overhauling used cara and the experien
ce thus gained has fitted him as an ex
pert in both the general mechanics and
electrical equipment ends of the busi
ness. m!m Calks Of Cas
Sold By One Cmpasy Ia
Oregca Ia Oae Msnth
The statement of the Associated Oil
company, filed in the office of the ece
retary of state June 17, 1919, show,
the sale during the tith of May ef
4J4.540 gallons of gasoline and 40f
gallons ef distilnte, en which the tax of
1 cent and one half cent per gallon,
respectively, amounts to 14,546.8.1.
The moneys received from thia nx
are immediately turned over to the
state treasurer, who under the law
credits the aame te the state highway
fund for use In road const ruction
throtttrhont the state under the direct
ion of the atate highway commission.
MUST BUILD SWITCH
The public service eormmiwinn la.
rendered a decision in the matter of
muting in spur at the now cannery.
The Routhern lacifie- railroad eom
ponv official, anked for t:m worth
of work am) material from the people
,of Wooitburn. but the ewmmiseion de
cides th.t lh Mltni.nF nmat mil tVm
innr in with Wondburn furnishing the
fright of -war, 4oing the gmding from
I the iMint of clearance and fiirnishmn
and iBvtm 1 1. - - - . ' - 3 ; -
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1919.
situation vprv had with
OMr. C. T. Hawley, Traveling Mechanician, of the Elgin Motor Car Corpo
"?A7tlAiC ration is here, and will inspect and adjust your Elgin free of any charge.
VV O phone 361 for appointment.
.LEE? -h. GILBERT, Distributor, Salem, Ore.
Tisiiiiv hf ormticii. t
Good eatcht-a of red-odea and mount
aiu trout arc being mude at Foley
Springs. Keuched by auto or atajjo by
way or JMigcne.
Lake Lintou (Lost Lake.) Good
catches of eastern brook trout arc re
ported at various points on the lake.
Kenched by auto mid ono and one half
miles of trail by way of Kugene and
Alekeiuie Kiver, Good cutciics ef
reilsidea are being made at Blue Kiver,
Mchenzio brnlgo and Iielkuap Springs.
Renehcd by auto or stugo by way ad"
Mouth Fork of McKvnisle Bivcr,
flood eatclies of redsides are reported
rrom tlio mouth of to 1 lardy 'a Cabin.
Kenched by nolo and trail by way of
Kugene and Halknap's Hnnch.
Houth Fork Bantiam Kiver. Ooo
catches of trout are being made at Caa-
cadia nnd vicinity. Reached by the
illamette Valley and Cascade Mount
ain wagon road by way of Lebanea..
Pish are beginning to take the fly bat
bait fishing ia atill more sucecsafnl.
Fish and Clear Lukes. There ia mock
snow in thia region yet nnd no catches
aro reported. Automobiles can piebably
reach the lnkes by July 1st.
Koguo River. Fair eatchea of ut
throats and forked tails are being made
near Grants Piss. Fish are taking the
spinner. Steelheads not striking. 'eVater
still too high for successful fishing.
Kow River. Good eatchea of trout
are being made at points betweea ior
ena and Disatoa, Reached by auto and
railway by way of Cottage Grove. Fish
are taking spinner and rovnl ecwchmaa
Ijiyng Creek. Good catches of trel
aro being made at Rujada. Scathed
hy auto and pack trail by way of Wa
nton and Porena. Fish are taking both
spinner and brown hackle fly.
Hhnrpn Creek. Good catches of trout
are. being made at Red Bridge. Reach
ed by auto and railroad by way of Cot
tage move and Durena.
Mill Creek. Fair catches aro being
mado of rainbow trout at points Be
tween Cove and Grande Ronde rivef.
Reached by auto by way of Cava at
Indian Creek. Fair eatchea of rain
bow tront ara reported from points ear
Klgin. Reached by auto by way of El
gin. Clark Creek. Fair catches of rala
bow tront are reported at points near
Elgin. Reached by auto or wagsa by
wav of Elgin.
Pine aad Clear Creeks, fiim catck
es of eastern brook and rainbow trout
are being made at points along the
"sin. East and Went Fsgle C.eeks.
Good eatchea of rainbow and doily
verdune are being wade at points along
the streama. Reached by auto b way
of Medical Pprinjrs and Sparta. 1
Bear t rerk. Good ra feline a" n-t
fc y..g t -ytirwr
vi (( H Vi H I v
Elgin Factory has over
a mm f
masce delivery ot over
ain trout aro bcj'iig made at points on
the stream. Reached by auto road by
way of Mitchell.
Bridge. Creek. Good eatchea of
mountain' trout are reported from var
ious points. Reached by auto by way
Imnaha. Good entehes of ralubow
trout are being made at various points.
Reached by auto by way of Enter
prise. Bear Creek. Good eatchea of rain
bow trout are being reported at var
ious poln,ta on tho atream. Reached by
auto and trail by way of Wallowa.
Continued eold weather has cleared
and lowered thefetreama.
Wallowa Lake,iGood catches of blue
back are reported fsom various points
ea tho lake. Reaehed by auto by way
Wallowa River. Good eatchea of
rainbow trout are being made at var
ious points along the stream. Beached
by auto from Mi nam, Wallowa, Los
Una or Enterprise.
Olivo Lake. Good eatchea of rain
bow trout are being made at points on
tho lake. Reached by auto road by
way of Bumpter and Granite.
M mm . .
fm Tkrt !j Saka Oa
Frit L? Of Letg Tour
Off aa a tour that will carry tnem
eve mora than 4,000 milea of gooo
reads aad bad, desert and mountains,
F. M. Tindle, of Brownsville, his wife,
. J V . . 1 ft.
two daughters and son passed through
Balsas Thnrsday on the first lap of
their trip, bound for Yellowstone Park
Mr. Tindle is driving an Elgin six of
tao 1911 vintage and has it equipped
fat vary smergeaey that may arise in
the coarse of their extended jaunt. It 's
to he no table do hots, nor hotel lobby
toar, according to Mr. Tindle. They
are out to are things and to live in the
opea, for th.y are making the trip pri
marily for the health of the son, Wyatt
Tisdle, who recently returned from
France and who la not yet entirely re
covered from a severe .sue of shell
eaoeh. Lashed to the Elgin aro all of
the aeeemitiea and of the comforts
fer camping out. Their life ia to be
that ef the Nomads of the road: they'll
go wkea they feel like going and stop
under the aame impulse.
Mr. Tiadle expects to bo gone from
Oregoa for about two months From
Portland tho party will go north to
Saattl aad theneo east to Yellowstone
Park by way of Ppokana. After having
seen the sights of the park thry will
tnatlsna ea east aa far as Mitchell, R
0, and return aver tho southern route,
striking the coast ai in California.
ACTUAL CAMP MXETXXO
Tbs Oregon etwtp ramp nteetin of
the Church of God will be held at Wood
bars Julv 10 to 20 inclusive. This will
be doubtless one of the greatest meet
ing ever held on the camp grounds.
The old time gospel will be presented
and biNe suliiects of vital importance
t forth, Tt will be a big apirrtaal feast
with speakers of eminence front thro
wn tfce northwest and other points
Cars win be takes r bawe good aanita-
New 1919, 5
all Fartorips. Verv
OIY REAL SYSTEM
Cost Of Installation Only
Fraction Of Saving On
The well knows saying "it isn't the
original eost, it's tho upkeep" is par
ticularly applicable to the question
now uppermost ia the minda of auto
mobile owners, via: "Is the magnoto
ignition better than the battery sys
tem and why!''
There are as many who argue in
favor of the one aa the other, but aside
from personal interests that might in
fluence his opinion, thcro ia no elect
rical engineer, or experienced motorist,
who does not knmw the superiority of
the magneto for creating the hottest
spark and ging no cause for worry.
What doe it matter if a magneto
does add fifty dollars to the tost ori
ginally of a ear if it makes the engine
give more power nnder all circum
stances, costs nothing for npkeep, and
saves its eost many times over by us
ing less gasolinaf
A battery is all right for starting
nnd lighting and operating the horn
for these purposes it has become a neres
sity, but the only feasible reason for
using it for ignition purposes is to
save the first cost of installing a good
Naturally tie automobile owner
should pay for this, and if be is wise
he will not hesitate to do so, because
he geta all the benefits, even if It is
not part of the regular equipment of
an otherwise good car.
Raeiag is the supreme test of pow
er. All raeers use magneto ignition
All motor trurha requiring tne most
power for heavy work use magnetos.
Motor boats and airplanes use the mar
neto. The best passenger automobiles
nse it It's better all the time aad
cheaper ia the king run.
tioa and frew wood and water furnisb
ed campers. Thar will be straw for
beds ani baggage wiM be hauled free
from the station until the evening ef
Saturday, July 12. It ia a delightful
plaes for earn ping and those- wishing
sites or iafnnaatHm should address E.
a Millet, irufcbard. Or. or Petr Huv
pello, Woodbura. Or. independent.
TUUra GEAJKGB MEETING
Last flatuday Surprise grango bad
a talented young elocutionist with
thea ia Iks perns of Miss Grace Ten
Behren ef Aamsviile, occupying most
of tho lertnrs hear with her program
wkick appears below. The numbers.
both vocal aad reading, we're very
pleasing, the hum reus as well as the
sentiaseatal. being eqnallr weU render
ed. One of Miss Von Hekrea'a greatest
fharsas her self rwsewd u naff--
ed manner ia remWinr her work. A
successful future ia predicted for her.
"Vad Ue a frsai Ifeme4ad."
"Lrt Lss hfht be always sin rung."
- Passenger Elgin
seven thousand un-
r". r rri i
4vo cms year.
At 11 Years Is a War Veteran
- ? Scarred BBullets and Shrapnel t
'RuisianLad, Wounded Thrt
Timet; One of Morn Than
1,500 Youngttert Found in
Auitrian Prison Campe
Y.M.CA. Providee School
Library and Moviee. .
Enlisted tt age of nine.
Spent two years in trenches.
: Wounded three times.
! Captured by Austrians.
Found in prison camp by T.M.
This it the war record of Dmitri
Vetschenskl, Russian veteran, who,
If ho were an American lad, prob
ably would bo somewhere in the
fifth grade in school. Instead of go- .
ing to school as a preparation for
soldiering, Dmitri went to war and
ended up in school.
He Is one of mora than 1,600 boys
who have been found by Y.M.CA.
men in Austrian prison camp.
Some of these boys were only eight
years old, and the eldest was only
seventeen. They were herded ia
with the men prisoners, taking
their share ot all the work and
After long argument with the
Austrian military officials, the "Y"
managed to have tnese youngsters
placed in separate barracks. Next,
it opened a school for them. With
in a few months the boys had cours
es In reading, writing, arithmetic,
geography, history, music, gymnas
tics, languages, commerce, shoe
making, carpentry, tailoring, bar
boring, dentistry and hygiene. The
boys also organised a choir, had a
band of twenty-eight musreisns and
were provided with games, movies
and a library of several thousand
"Assisting Cncle oJe."
"The doctor's writ"
Original poem, "Star ia the window'
Song "An April Fancy."
Reading " Alameda. "
"Dad ssvs so, anyhow"
Song "The boys who won't eorae
home. ' '
The Slogan of Today and of the Future
Ship by Ttftfcfe
Dmitri went to war as a water
boy and ammunition carrier. Ha
got a bullet through his arm and
was knocked out twice by shrapnel.
He was wounded whenhe was cap
tured. He Is now oa his way back
to Russia where he will continue
his "Y" schooling if he doesn't en
"America's answer." Tribune,
Fmttalion Sergeant Major George P,
Johnana ia on his way home te Taeo
nta with hia bride, a French girl, whoia
he married in 'Paris.
'Salens a Good Place to Trade