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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, SATURDAY. JUNE 21, 1919.
SMfl! SCHOOLS PAY
TEACHERS $'2,000 A
jihys. He will then return tu San IVan
cioo to do lalivralO'v work iu thai
Detailed Summary Of Expea-
I Another powerful story of love and
jheroisiu and 'If s -riiiee, 4ora of the
'great world war, toon's t the Oregon
'theater tomorrow niht, with Elliott
.Dexter in ike star role. Those who have
U'fii it 'claim thMt it is by tar the fin
jest piece of work'put on the rmi by
Jibe great director, Cecil B. le Millc.
All rite characters are real hunuta be
p , V f 1 I'"1' KraPl"IRK "im "'a-iur auras.
ses ror rasi .ear uvea in,""'. r t.e u
. n r jdience goes out to everv one urf them.
Annual Accouubnj By lhs-iTh ,i,,,u"' " " " '
i 1 " J j modern problems raised by the war.
tnCl LlCrk. jlVxter i upjorted by an -excellent
- least, including Gloria Swausou, Tom
, ... .... . ... , . 'Formnii, Svlvia Ashtou and Tfceo. Rob
School district No. 21. which include frt&
the eity of Sulcm disburses qb an iver- j o
f 20o0 m week fr its r',ul i What th ic cream, bugiaem means
...... . . to 1e eitv of esilein mar be jml ed bv
teavkera during the year. The nact ,(h M ih, w markot
amount paid during the fiscal year end- for tbout i(m ,,, milk , Air
tag jut a, jv is, tor aaianea amountea aU wilh tr0, u awo I-UIldl of
to $104,922.84, according to the annual ,lljar. almost the entire aupply f Un
report just filed with W. M. Smith, ftr a turned out by the Wearherly
county superintendent of school.-. I plant on Jviuth Commercial street,
Kcpairs on the school builutiig dur-, v.ln-re the outiUt will run ail the way
Ing the' year cost $3371.23 and U carry from 223 to 300 gallons a day. accord
$170,001.1 insurance, premiums were paid ". to the weather. This all roiisum
amount to $1310.20. jed in Salem, of course but is shipped
In the district which includes ail of a" !'ar'9 "f .the valley in packers.
t'io fit v of Salem there are five blina' . . ,
children and these are all attending the "ggesUon that the Salem houa.
tate institution for the blind.- liter "M uld tar in h tt.ater a rly
nre 12 deaf and dumb child frm 'of, wooJ aow, m ordl'T- M ?
,, .... ., ,. r. i . . of aeeonimodation vou can srot it haul
he disUKt atte.id.ng the atate Utu.;ed ,., (af w , corJ Bow.
hon for the deaf and dumb, according AI iu ,e fall it maY g(, hh
to. the -report of K. K Ttlliiii;hat. a-y " 0
lpriiiteiuleirt. Of these 12 deaf aud; You will notice in the grocery win
dumb, four come from one family ami dowa in Hulem warnings of the comiaK
two from another. "" , lri.s in coffee along with n invitation
Included' in the gchool.properly, there to stock. This is no "bluff"' according
are 31 acre of Ian.fr and the vnlue of to Hie Portland wholoraiera, who pre
the school buildings mid grounds is esti-'diet tht within IK) da.va we aiay e
mated at $350,000. The furniture and 'paying from 75 rent to a dollar a
apparatus used in the city schools are pound for the berry that ued to eU
placed at $33,000, according to the an- ,ur :i0 r,'n,'
" thTare 107 teael.ee. iu the fit J ' The nked Faff in real estate
..... . , r . .tranafera as shown in the ubatract of-
of which only 13 are male Bui thr fl rMv d q(
averaije salary of the male tc.cncia is , mj ,rv .fjt of. ,um,Bitr, Thev
$1-10. while the average. salary of thew,,t to mov, in ,i1B sl,ri,,g. The rec
feniHle teachers is $lon a month. ,or,s now )UW 01llv Hivli oue nuit the
The taxable proicrty in the district jj,,ns mn,,. earlier' in the vear.
h estimated at $12.(in0,000 and the j ' 0 ,
acliwil levy 7.3 mills, ta the liUtrlet j The loganberry looks Just the same
between the ages of four and 10 years as gold this year. The other' day a
are 174S males nnd 1!02 males. The Would be investor offered a Salem
district receives from the couuty
after aatisfactery icparatioa hsd b
Dan J. Fry was the purchaser of twro
bu:ldij!S on Xorth Commercial a:reot
at referee sale. heU toUay. The price
mm $;"'. Tho buildings larlu.le the
.we now ecupicd ty the Pr. Stone
Iru sWrc and the one a'ljiai"g-
A marriage license wra issued today
to Joseph J. tpamol, iV of Rtayton, a
farmer, atnt teda Marie -ftUs, 19, a
hool teacher f 8tayton. They will be
married next Tuesday at the home of
:he bride ia Staypyn.
Flax 51 lnchea In length ia belnc
shown by B. K. TUomason of Turner.
He rtvi:irii the ervo this year as some-
Ihing phenomenal aud is of the opin-
mn that at would be tiara to una a
0 Iitium .1 Aliluio Bj 5 Fra!en,;tJ
GIVE UP POSmONS ,M, :;;.....
" " Itas juat died in the fuUaeaa of his S2
R. ." ?t i J n years, had lived another week he
e$!HluC3 - ACCeptCd : lJj would have l (ratified. a doubt,
Rjrrl r?PrP"'c It An. ib-T the honors jwhick physkwas of
Oregon were preparing to onfer upon
Uiin ia connection witk the jmportant
M'rien of medical meetings soon to be
held in Portland. The first of these
ia the. convention of the alumni asso
ciation of the medical school of thass
ruiveraitT of Oregon, The Vuiveraity
Oregon medical department, was
Oreeon Normal School, MonniouWt.
June SI. The rewinnatious of three in
structors wefe accented totlay by the
board of ri'geuta of the Oregon noimal 0
school which met in annual ae&aioa here ! built uu ia part on the fonndatioa laid
vesterdav. The resignatiens were tub-,),v the . medical school of Willamette
finer sample than he has grown. Mr. j niitted by Miaa Rosa B, Parrott, head university, and Pr. Cusick was the only
Thomasou. ia esperimentiug for the gov 0f the English department; Slisa Mar-'surviyang member of the firat rluat
ernment ami his aample shown ia the gret Dunn, head of the deimrtiu. nt of jing class et three members of that
white flower variety, lie figutes itA will L, xiisa Boasie Dunham, critic Jh'hly efficient " pioneer institution,
run four tens to the acre. teacher of the third and fourth grade Willamette medical school was ea-
in the Monmouth training school. liaMished " and its first class
m jJ '84'aki fcal tfh sg
as Jt , s'
Quick Reference To Firms That G:?c Service On Short
Where Buyer And Seller Bleet We
Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salea Eleetrie Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High-
uaiiiei wo "star ui uu tivjr wu j jj .kerma
eU-cted department commander for the j "
state of Oregon of the i.raad Armv of
the Ublic- at the meeting held at j'" '
H. Ackerman, president of the -T
r'-e .vted tar a form "r-"
FOR SALE Cheap, a neat modera 5
room bungalow with 2 good lets en
block from paved street, 3 blocks
fiom ear fine, half cash, balance easy
terms; also 5 acres S1 mile from
eity limits, S room house, well near
porch, good earn, about u Irai trees
Price $1400, half cash. Square Deal
Realty Co. Phone 470. 7
AUTO DIRECTORY -
AUTOS without driTcrs to ir, 1 doV
lar per hour. 1H7 S. Cct. Bt. Pho ;
. . ... i ice? v.D .1
an increase in salary ,. .. . , ' "Thn
The IteHe, this week, is past eomn.an- j ' "m im io 400 ycRr- An advance iB,ti,utious w-rJ conwlidatcd a few
in aaiarr oi 1 ji.unu years ago.
tj each instructor -who has taught one Willamette medical was opened at
year or more. Increased living costs, it Salem, in furtherance of the desires
hi said, kd to the action. of the pioneer college to meet the
Misa Mamie Radabangh, eritie teach- demauds not. only of Oregon but of the
er of the fifth and sixth grades of the entire Pacific northwest for full edu-
as justice of the peace for the Salem Monmouth training school, mado appll- rational opportunities. A little later
listrict. He is 8.1 years OW but eaca fation for a year's leave of absence to removed to roniana oecauser isiciv
attend school.' Assistants iu tho depart- """V"1 "'"' ' '"''
me its of physical education aud in the .or u'nf w,;re " "
.,.. , ,ri'i, .,i .P, P,w fire hall in Portland, but it r.as the
der of Sedgwick Post No. 10 and has
for many years been active in the work
of the O. A. R. organisation. He enlist
ed early in the Civil war from Wiscon
sin and saw four years f active ser
vice, ior 12 vears lie ervca in eaiem
morning rides on his bicycle to hi of
fice n the l 8 National ibauk build
COURT HOUSE NEWS
Moiidav morning before Judge Kelly
there will be tried the case of Moxley
vs. Moser on a sheep contract. Tuesday
there will be called the case of Hoi
man vs. Mrers and also school district
No. 34 vs. Meyers. This is the case to
Ll .k :.!..'.. .1... tl. .!... ,.,.,iuPtv
just south of the Salem hi;h school
Mattie O. Robinson has filed suit for
a divorce from II. ('. tiobiiison. They
were married in 1905. She a!lc;;og he
. i a. ........ ... l .' V.. A.wt fitt,t,nf..r1 In tr 1 11
undSiK'Owor Jiouo in casa ior uis Ten acre pv.u.r. ... ......r...
Bt,irit ll.u4 Amirj.it in thn.. ftnvii snd
. . . . ... it attracted an ambitious class of young
Kl,,n, wh? met tmluy were Mtat,, who ,. fiyvn gtH)(I ,p.
, i Cornelia Marvm of ttalem, Judge John counU of themselves professionally. It
18. Croko of MursUfield, E. E. Bragg of foullj new quarters later at Fifteenth
'La Grande, C. L. Warr of Portland, 6u- Couch atreets, which were well
f perintendeut J. A. Churchill of Salem equipped for that time. The Methodist
. laud W. 0. Brvant of Moro. Ihosnitnl, which then had a close re-
1st hmi to Willnmette medical, was con-1
TnnAV'Q RSFRUl QfAPF 'dil,',''d buiUliug now seiving a;
lUlAl O DnJalinLu ulviUi , Cathulie home for aged men in a
1 building which is one of the landmarks
National lf the. Hunnvside district of Portland.
E It is an interesting fact in connection
iwith the developments of the times
tlinf thcro was once a tempest of con
The ewner took time to think .her. Khe asks for $1 000 alimony and
ustody of their daughter.
IO Cr gn1i nt thn SfiHl) nnmes included ! patch
in the census. IVrmerly it was $8 from I""01" ,K" p ua " ' "nciiiueu ne- .v
the countv but the late leKi,latwre! J" . ' t1lf
raised it to $11). hRnV rt'11' flml turned !t down.
There are 107 school rooms is the Sa- .easonlot. on it become ey-
lem schools. Mi sc no u nouses were..,.. ,,, .. . . w- .... rv nri i,,,es (leelan.
In the county court before Ju.le
Itushey, objections to the closing of the
Patrick (ieelun estate have been filed
Now Open! Service station on Velie,
Cole, Keo and Dort cars, first claws on
to repairing. Halem Velie conipauy, Hi2
North Commercial. 0 27
Olivjr Myers, cbairrran of the com.
mitten to re (i Oedd"9 of Liberty
for the big Fourth cif July eelehrntion.
nnd to have the Ki.liies'; selected by
a proce of voting, announcej mill oiu
the parade at the Portland Jlose show.
The reel will also eliow the famous
t lierriiin tfloat that attracted so much
attention and received the first prize.
In the damage suit of James Bykes
the lebts of the estate. They also ob
ject to certain credit.
erected during the past fiscal year, j 8trawr)C.,.rv, a,.p ,llu, ffor a !,ard fhev allege that ttie report does not
There are 9,723 books in the School 11-; :..if ipi.. ,,,:. j,, , market and show what .waa dose with the tierson-
J.rnry, 833 having been added the past ,at i,,, cnneries indicate that after the jtil prpoerty und that it does not show
year. (first picking of niammolh licrries the uliat the asset were enough to pay
From tuitions paid iy Ptuuents living yield has rapidly gone down. Tin is
outside of the district but coming here assigned in part to the Otitinued No
t'j take advantage of the Salem school, ivember weather, aud in part to the fact
there wns received $13,4S2..5 while that many otthe old fcerry fields .were
$952.,'l was received for work done by Wily damuged by the drouth of Inst
the bovs in the manual tiaiuii.g depart- Kar-1 ' ' -"
' . m . The Cherrtans may dee themselves a
1 other see them. At the Liberty thea
jjt j t re there will ibe (ihown Tuejiliiy und
u. Wednesday evenings of next week 1000
ju fceei 111 ri I BHUWIIiJj .Mini- nun im- v-u.-r
The estate of Tavlor Mnrklaud who
died June 10, 19lir..ia estimuted at
$3300. Laura R Henjuin and Mjollie
M. Davenport have been appointed
New lerk .v 2
St 1 niliu ... T ' 1 1
Causev and Smith; Doak and Piiy(ler..1"1eralle dimensions growing out ot
(Seventh inning.) oi..i on io periornmnce oi u
1 operation at this hospital on hur
. From the consolidated school, now
the- ' I'nivemitv of Oregon medical
Chicago - 8
Mtimmaux and Miller; Martin
Fnrrell. (8even,tli 'intiing.)
Packard and Adams;
K II B!
Fisher and Rar-i
Keating and Tragressor;
Morton and O'Neill; Thormahlen and'
school, there was (graduated early this
Juan a class of fifteen ambitious young
doctors. Almost coineideutallv with
their-craduat ion the school building
burned, but tin loss wilt not be felt
because a .ti'W school on Manniam
Jleilits is now ready for occupancy.
But in other ways than in the mi
pruvemeut and extension of liinliliim
the Institution has advanced. It will
be a matter of Interest to all loyal
citizen of Portland to know that it
has attained to the full stature which
j j o 1s educationally designated 1.3 "Class
Adam and every siawiani rcuuiren
lUivr. me niiruesi meuicai amnoriucH in
America has been complied with. Ihis
means much to Portland and Ho the
northwest a little more, iierhap, to
th tirofession than to thn laity, but 6
good. deal ,to every citizen who hulinvea
in. EUiicatiotittl . progres in lus nome
Governor Olcott has been in com
munication with the Portland Cham
ber of Commerce with regard to the
against 11. W. Mney, Elmer Maugis and ..ossilMlity of securing the old battle
.Morris w. Welch, the court has austain- i(llip 0rPjin at) a state relic, and is as
ed the plaiwUM ' demurrer to the de-;,ureri that they have taken the matter
............. -n. .inr..l. .. ... . . ' .... ...
fcmlairts answer. Tlie defendant art
given until June 24 to file an .?MiJc.l
answer. This ia the suit .fi wuich Mr.
Nvkes sues for $5000 damages for be
armistice was on.
Anton Van Laanen of 504 Belmont
be ballots of different colors and tire , ' " ... '.' , i," V . -t securing an appropriation for the main
; . is i .i i x i ... .i -. . i i
lot oo.ves Will lie , -eu ..,.i,.Iay ai lac . ,,., , ,.,. j ' ,h
Hpa. Gray-Belle Pattnn s book atore, ;,' fc h celebration of the
t jiiiim...!. .K.w.L .l..'u .ml nl ..liitn u .' .
coruer cigar store. At these plnce votes
may V cast at the rate of one cent a
vote. To facilitate voting, there will
!tf1tiL. ttml l.iu m-n T-, K.i.l nrP!v
of denomination, of ore cent five r ,w h ,j b(1
cents 2., centsind one A" '!' atntio.ed at Camp Mills awaiting his
will be necessary to indicate a choice ,ijs(,lurw
will be to buv the ballot, write in the j - '
name of tho God less and drop it iu the R Mfc u alRe krpidl,g frMn
ballot box lor this eelr-bral.o,.. no , ));,om f (u rfvw ,d M. it for
name, will be enomitled but each per-1 julk f((.
?? nl" .';PPS ""-found a motor boat that had been sunk
didate. This ivill start the list of can-' ,i, .i,.,i. ..
-fdatw o be publishH daily begin- j ,OW(,a j( , , w hoim(t ad ww
jing a good business- dismantling the
I boat nn. I celling uirts to the junk man.
i Tt.n Awnnr, nt rfli., m.tl... Iw.n. lia.l V .
charge from the rrnvy service the lsth lUv, rr(1,(0(, ,, h M Mure ,h,n
,.f June and will be at home next Mon- j tioe ,;,, ,,Mt , fa W((g (iijjlnisl)(.j
n:iv or Tues-lav to rcmniii onlv a few
up with the state cnamoer or t om
merce, so that the question will be giv
es the utmost publicity. In ease it can
be shown by a canvass or the state
that the people are generallf in favor
of assumin;; the additional burden as
a matter of sentiment, the governor
will feel justified in calling together
the emergency board with a view to
ning either Monday or Tuesday.
Ivan G. Scbomaker receive hi dii-
Our years of experience, efficient system and
up-to-date facilities are your best guarantee of
maximum eyeglass service at a reasonable cost.
May we not prove it to you?
DR. A ilcCULLOCH. Optometrist
204-205 Salem Bank of Commerce Building
Detroit f 12
I'hiliidelidiia 18 H
Poland, Lnvc and Hlannge; Perry and
J'y " : It II E
St. Louis 3 8
Boston . .. 3 7 0
Weilmnn, Hhnker nA Heverenl; Pen
nock, Ouldwell and Walter, McNeil.
(Called end lflth inning.)
Chienuo - 8 W
Washington 6 8 4
Fuller, I)nnfortli and Schalk, I.yn;
Johnson nnd Pic.inieh.
The convention of the Oregon Rtate
Meilical association which w.ll be held
J, on three days following the meeting
9 of tbo alumni will acquire new interest
2 and importance in view of the facts
already related, and will also draw
attention to the post graduate course
to be given by the I niversi'y of Ore
gon medical schonl in July, 'these fur
ther mark Portland as a center of
medical education. And they cmpha
size a further contrast between ediic
tiunul facilities of the present aud
those that gave Dr. Cnslck hi diploma
hnlf a century ago. The required
leunrse now includes two year of pie-
medhal trainitr;, four year In the
3, medical college and a year's intern
ship. If the old system produced the
results which wo now know it .to have
aecon.plishcd, what may not lie expect
ed fiom the new
S room modern bungalow ia first
class condition, paved street, easy
terms, $2250. Fumialied.
8 room modern house, 5 blocks froin
l.a.ld A Bush bank, only 3."50.
7 room strictly modern house, on
paved street and car line, some fruit
7 room modern Kouee, large lot, easy
8 room modern house, all furnisJied,
lot 100x130 feet, all kinds of fruit,
terms to suit, $3500.
8 room honso all modern tut acai, .
fine condition, owner going away,
Have several houses to apply Ptt
pay on raneh" Socolofsky, Bayne
PEOPLES FURNITURE STORE
For bargains ia new and seMndhaaC
good for the hetiae, furniture, ruff
es, heater and eteves, im, cewinf
Machine, f ranitewar. dukes, lat -ease,
trunks and tool. TV wait
rsur old fnrVitur d sieve, w;U
pay you highest cask pris. 6ee ne -
last." People Furniture Store, 7
N. Commercial St. Paos 734,
WELCH ELBOTBI0 OO.
ELECTRIC TOASTEB8 :
37S SUt 8t.
NO CASH REQUIRED Good o.ersost
shoe and suits, all kinds el nma
al instruments, shotguns, riflos, heat
ing atove, gas stove, suit case ana
1000 ether useful article to eU of
trade. What have you! Tb Capital
Exchange 337 Csurt Bt. Phone 43.
YOUR ucd furniture, atovea, earpata
and tool, as w pay iair price lor
everything. Call $47
CAPITAL HARDWARE A FURM
2S3 N. Com'l Bt.
I The Capital Journal
Daily Market Report
Wheat, soft white , 3.10
WhsaL lower grade oa sample
Onta ,. BOiaoo
Hsv. cheat :
Hit aats - $28
HAT BLOCKING 1 olean and hleek
todiee' and Mea' has. Juat re
ceived a hat renovating maahino. II
get the dirt, Try it once. O. B.
Ellsworth. 405 Court Ht. Salem, Or.
STOVES REBUILT AND SErAIBSO
50 year experience, Depot KtieBa4
and Aaiarican fence.
Sine .6 to 58 in. high ;
Paints, oil and varnish, eta.
Loganberry and hop hook.
Balem Feaee and Stovt Werka,
250 Court tret. rhene i24.
Mill run -
Creamery butter o&Vi57e
Pork, Vai au4 Mutton
Pork on foot ISVjSIoo
Veul, fancy - - I' Viva? I
9sXd)o " 00
" " t a : 1 1
lenance of the vessel in Oregon waters,
Government To Survey
Polk County For OJ
(Capital Journal SKciul Service.)
Dallas, Or., June 21. In npiy to u
letter from Kcnator McNary asiiiug for
data on oil prospecting attempted n
Polk county during recent year aud
upon the receipt of the same informa
tion Senator McNary again write,, the
Diillas Commercial club that the iiurenu
of geology will send to this county
sometime In the near future a lepre
sentutive to inuke further survey of
soil, iu various localities to aacrtain
whether there is oil ill paying quanti
ties in Polk county. The bureau of
geology had a man in this vicinity lust
year but were iwit satisfied with the
reports made by him and will tin time
make a more complete survey.
; That oil and gns exists iu paying
1 quantities benenenth the surface of the
groundjn thi wctivn ha been the opin
io i of local parties for some tune and
several year ago well were dnlkd to
t depth of aliout i'M-O feet ia an at
, tempt to tap a vein but without l'iuan-
rial success. la Ml known to exist in
some sitioti and in the Ki. Ureal
'neighborhood. Cuss Biggs, a prominent
farmi r, uim-s gas from a well, bored to
j water stock, for lighting and .icating
All Coupon Victory Notes
Ordered through this bank are now ready for
CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK
J. H. Albert, President Jos. H. Albert, Csshier
M. and Mrs: W. n Mills, who
been visiting at. the home of Mr. Mills
parents in Ccutralia, Vn., arrived home
Bur(e Gearhart, head sawyer for the
Moore Lumber Co. of Bandon Oregon,
is in the eity visiting at the home Of
his father II. M. Gearhart.
W. F. Drager of the Dinger Iruit
... , . O..!.....
company, with neaiMpianors av nuiem,
arrived in the city last evening to re
main a short time looking after num
nes interests in this city. Mr. Drager
operate a large fruit packing plant
hew. Knsetmrg Keview.
Moses Mansion, County
Commissioner Ia Polk.
Dies At Home In Dallas
Diillas, Or., June 21. Moses Man
sion, a resident of Dallas and a mem
ber of the board of county, eommi
Miner, died here Thnrsilaf nizht as a
result of what physicians believe to
have been gangrene poisoning caused
by an injury to one of hi l-g In
train wreck on nn eastern railroad
many years Mr. Man-ton was at
hi desk in the eonrt hnuac Wednesday
for a short time.
Mr. Mansion was born in England
On March 20, 1H50. He came to Ameri
Sheep, yearlings -
Eggs and PouHry
Old roaster --.-....
Now potutoc ..
Ureea onion do
Onion sack .......
ABOUT THE CITY
The genoral miuwincs of Salem i
being reduced at a gratifyin- rate un
der the n-wr system of garbage dispos
al. Two wagons are kept busy on the
job and they are hauling out from 23
to 30 'load a week to the dumping
ground east of 1ho city, where a man
Is kept at work burning up the com
bustible part of the stuff. Hie nmss Is
made up chiefly of old llioxea, tin cans
and broken crockery, and If this was a
French instead of an American city,
the mlvnge from it would pay for all
the expense of handling.
J. A. Rowland Furniture Stura
Buys, sell and exchange new and
2d hand furniture. All kinde o
repair work, light grinding, fiHag,
and braiing a apeolalty. BbjM
price. 247 North Comerlal M.
8ALEM SCAVENGER Garbage a I
rsfuse of all kinds removed oa mpata
ly contract at reasonable rates,
("es pool cleaned. D animal rer
moved. Oftice nhone Mala 107.
Head lettuce - - '
MONEY TO LOAN
On Oood Real Estate Bnenrity
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd ft Btrsh tank; Balem Orf-
PEDERAL FARM LOANS BV4 p
eent intereft. Prompt aervte. M'
year time. Federal farm loan ond
for sale. A. C. Bohraatadt, 401 lias
onie Temple. Balem, Oregon.
INS CHANCE C0CN'Cii--rr free to
formation about Life Insoranee
F. Hutchasoo, dist . inagw lr
Mutual Life of N. T., e
Package tig p ti 50 pkg $4(a-W
IU.m. extracted - ZOf
California grape fruit
Black fig tb.
White fiB. lb.
371 State Bt., Salem, Ore.
phone 99, reeidence 1398.
HOP VER, ep laiiadryutaa,
Ferry St. I pay top aare pin iwr
ehwken and EgiT. Office fhoaei
133BJ, residence 1333J.
The only. si 'n of life about old Wil
lnmette just now i ithe lummer cln-sw
of Prrtf. JSIierniau, who is giving a six
weeks course of educational work to a
group of It students. Later th the tea
son the university, in fiiniunction with
Kinibnll college, will hoW summer
school on the campus.
When you first run aeros some big
healthy tacks In front of a bicycle re
pair shop it is passed as an accident;
the scennd time it if coincidence; the
third tune it is circumstantial evidence
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
BICLEB At her home, 4fl Booth Lib
erty street, Friday night, June 20.
IS1 Mr. F.mm Bigler, wife of
John M. High r, at the age of 78
Her death was -sudden as site was in
her- usual good health until about 10
o'clock last evening. She is aarvived
by her husband.
The funeral aerviec will be held
from the home Mun.lav afternoon at 2
o'clock and will be in charge of the
Terwilliger Home. They will be con
ducted be the Rev. Leland Porter and
burial will be in the City View cemetery.
ca while a young man settling in Mitt- .
newrta, where Jor wmre than .mi year
he we connected with th eoiitnlction
deisirtment of the Northern Pacific
railway. With his wife and amall son
they came to Dalle in MOO nd he had
since made his' home here, hording the
position of road master of the rfalem.
Falls City Western railway until a
few vear ago.
Mr'. Mansion early affiliated with
the republican party and during his
residence in Minnesota was a power in
political circles is that tate. Mr.
Mansion wns eli-cled commissioner of
Polk county in HMfl.
His wife" died in lyfl i, while hi son,
W. H. F. Mansion, was killed in in
automobile accident near this city in
Funeral services were held to-lay. In
terment in the I. O. O. F. cemetery.
W. T. RIODOW ft CO
North High Street
Creamery butter o'Cff
Country butter uji'eu
Flour, hard wheat j.iu(jVJ.-J
Portland, Or., June 21. Buttci, city
creamery 34( 538
Eggs selected local ex euj-.e
Geese 1"( 2e
Cheese, triplet 371)5,..
DAILY LTVB STOCK kUBUI
Receipts 53 .;
Toiin of market steady
Good to choice steer $10(511
Fair to good ateor $9;.iQ
Common steers $7fe;7.50
Cwmmon to fair steers 8S8.oO
Choice cows and heifer $7(?i i'.JO
flnm! ta choice cow ard heifers
fair eow and heifer
Call 398. Highest price paid for
Junk, tecond band good and machin
ery. Be are arid call 398, (et tha right
price. The aqoare deal house.
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271 Chemeketa St Salem, Or.
he if en
Fair to medium eow and
t anner $3.r.0(a j
Culves $9 (a 13.2..
Tone of market steady
Prime mixed $19.50 I9.75
Medium mixed $19(nl9.23
Rough heavie $ 17.25ft. 17.50
Tone of market steady
Fair to choice lambs $12.50fS13.Co
Yearlings $fl.50fa S.SO
Cull lsmbs $lftof.0.50
Our Prices are Bight
W. M. ZANDLEH. Proprietor
1255 N. Summer Street. Salem, Orego
STEWART'S -REPAIR SJfOl. !
just Installed a ma. hia xnai sw
sharpen lawnnsowsr th m a U
lactory put thm ut new.
all your light repair work to me. Al-
vin B. Stewart, 347 Conri St. ffcoa
K.N1GHT8 OF PYTHIAS MSET AT
Me;ornack hall on every Tuesday,
at 8. Walter Lenon, C. C, P. J.
Kunt. K. B. S.
ROYAL Neighbor of America, Ore
gon Orape camp No. 1300 meet TT
Thursday evening In Merisaek hall
Elevator c-vie. Oraale, tr. Ca
tie E. Bunn, 848 Union SI;
der Mr. Melissa Person, 1415 .
4th' St. Phone 143nM.
ALEM WATER nrjji PANY Of f !
orner CommercU'. and Trade Ura
Bill pvbl miiBthly ia advance.
Phoee W8. "
Out of 00 students in the paBMuaey
department of the l'irerwty ef Wash
ington this year 30 are women.
Ta replace the sld building reeenlly
bnrned, the school district of -P"
has voiea isbs v