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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY. JULY 12. 1919.
ICS. GOOD TIMES
: CITY NEWS. :
Patbs records, 2 aelectloaj fctcli, Sat
urday 50c. HamiW on'a. . 712
Hugh Martin who if in the transpor
tation motor aervioe in Virgiaia, ar
rived home Inst evening ou a 30 days
ft.rlough, tu. visit hi parent in th
. o --
WAXTKD Steady delivery man at
thn'Roth Orocery company. 712
The work of fitting up the lower
rnoini of the f ionee hull at Willam
ette university for the department of
domestic arjence is now. under way,
nd an order will be placed with east
tn manufacturer for th most modern
equipment, which is boiim selected ou
the advice of Miss I.ida d'it'ic of Mil
waukee, who will have har?e of tlie
denrtment in the full. Mis F:ik
(who i vnMy more genuine than her
name andicntes) is o graduate of a
well known institution iu jIHwaultee
and has had two year of experience
in domestic science wurk. It may be
iir;ei,pnted that this department will
add greatly to the attractiveness of
he university, so far fn the ladies are
Pathe records, 2 selections each, Sat
urday 50e. Hamilton'. 7 12
Salem bate ball fan will be especial
ly tickled to greet Charle Ray when
lie arrive at the Oregon-theater Sun
day night, for ith'n time he appears in
the ride of a farmer's hired uina who
lias developed into 'a phenomenal
lightly it soothes
tii tortured akin.
SALEM AUTO EADIATOB SHOP
Kadiators, Fenders and Gas Tank
Tractor Radiator a Specialty
A!! work guaranteed, V.i fci. 12th St.
fcalem, Oregon. 8 11
Yick So Torg
Chine Medicine and Tea Civ
Bj medicine whir'a will tar any
Open FundaTs from 10 A. U.
nntii 8 P. M.
1'3 gouth High bt.
Sjlem, Or. goa Phone 2o2
W. I. KKJDOtf CO
153 North High Strtrt
Here is the most enjoyable music known. It
creates feeling, joy and that indefinable some
thing commonly called ."Pep."" Your spirits
change with the artist and you never tire of
Dancing is a pleasure in such cases where
the room will accommodate parties.
WE WILL ALSO BE PLEASED TO
SHOW THE EDISON DIAMOND-DISC,
VICTROLAS AND COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPHS.
"twj'rler'' and i ddenly lifted out
of hi habitat and set down as the lead
ing attraction in a professional team
with n nntionul reputation . $n this
film he is known a Hen Harding, "the
basher" nnd the ipictuie not only show
minnc bi'illiunt work on the diamond
but tell a catchy little, lovo story. His
lcuding woman u this scene is OollcQn
.Monro (hi ural sweetheart) while
the men' role are in capable hands
Jack (Jilbert, Jay Alorley and Otto
Hoffman, nil player of ropuiation and
skill. "The Buaher" will run both
Hundny and Monday evenings, end
along 'with it some delightful, clean
musical comedy and "Itube" stunts.
About 50 folks vwho acknowledge
Michigan a tlieir former home, met
lt evening at the atate fair ground
and formed a Michigan society. Tem
porary officer were elected as follow:
President, Arthur R. tlibbaid; secre
tary, Mrs. Jay J. t.ookj treasurer, Mrs.
Curl O. Kugstiom. A committee was ap
pointed to draft a constitution and by
law nnd to arrange for the next pic-
n ic to be held at Marion square on
lJi evening of July 31. All former '
residents of Michigan are asked to being kept in creditable fathion and
come to this meeting ou the last dnyail performing their function in a way
of July as permanent organisation tnat shows the noed of thoir existence
will be effected and permanent offi- in Oregon. The foundling asylums and
cer elected, it i thought that about baby homes are authorized by the leg
lod 'Michigan 'folks live in .Salcin and islature of 19i:t to draw the amount
This weeks draper- special, fancy
iofa cushions value to WM, $2.4.7
Hamilton a. . 7-12
Following were guest todnj at the
Capital hotel: Mr. and Mr. C. L,
Shul, Enterprise; Flora and Iver
Christianson, King Valley; Peter
.Steiner and E. Olson, Mill City.
Mrs. C. Holland and daughter, Mrs.
Era H. Hall, of Heattlo arrived in the
city yesterday and are visiting rela-
tive at the riky Jine ranch. . ,
An automobile party made up of W.
II. Jewett and fmuily, Mrs. W. F. Jew-
ett nnd Mivs X. M. Jewett were recent
annuls at the .Marion hotel, stopping
in Salem on thr'ir way from Portland
to their home in Gurdiner. ir. Jewett
i proprietor of the Jewett null at that
Among the gui sis at the Marion ho-
lil today are Dr. and .Ji. C. W. bouth- i
worth of Eugene.
Harold H. Cake came ;n from Port
land yesterday fjr a brief visit in ha-
Mr. aud Mrs. t has. Willaid, who
,u.T- ii-i-ii vi.-itinj; hi inr Home or .nr.
jssd Mrs. Frank Lenrlon left this morn
ing for thoir home in Portland.
n'ljiimni .ii-iiiiiii i.nrao riaiirill 01
lnli etoppej off brieflv in the city
today on his wav to Portland.
I Mr. and Mr.. Wilford Alleu reiura
jed yesterday from visit of several
inns win menu in rornnno.
Warden -it. E. t'lanton of honnerille
arrived i the city yeterilav. havings
aa errand a the governor' office.
: Among recent arrival, at the liiigh i
.hotel are Mrs. I-one llaiiuuotid act
ln of .Spokane; Mr. and Mr. H. I.. I
jKJwariU. Waluga, Or; Frauk B. For-
j -" i.aura KAotr, wrt this morning j
(f.r her home iu Albany after a visit j
i of w'erl day with Lillie M. Coorer. :
K. A. Kiirti and :. E. Knowland and ;
t'r.f iaiiiiuf-a ji;.i laii moruii, tor
v . . , . . " i
Newport to spend a few aay. J
STATE HOUSE NEWS
According to a recent remrt from
the office of fMivtc Highway Euginccr
Xunn, there are now in yroce of con
struction in Oregoa a total of 354
mile of paving, 127 mile of macadnm
nnd 42 jnile of grading, in addition to
work on (it) bridges. The entire pro
gram involve a totul expenditure of
12,82i(,000, of which 1,000,000 . or
more will be spent iion bridge. There
ana upward of K000 men at wortfaiul
the daily payroll, with an average
rate of fil a day, amount to about I'tO,
000. Thi payroll is continually increa
iug as the work advance. Kvcry conn
ty in the state i now included iu the
program of road construction.
Secretary Ooodirt of the board of con
tro returned yesterday from his quar
terly visit toilhc ten institution which
Hre receiving stato aid. In chocking
over tho reiwrt he found all of them
of $ 10 a month for each charity child
under five year old and $8 a month
for each child over five year old.
Ouvernor Oleott yesterday afternoon
niado tho following statement regard
ing the candidacy of tSenator I. L. Pat
terson for the position of warden at
" In view of the fact that some pub
licity has been given to a report that
;Hcntr I. iU Patterson of Polk countv
ha been a candidate for wnrdenship
of the state penitentiary I wish to
tnte that noii resignation of Warden1
Mjeven 1 had Henntiir Patterson in
mind for the position. I told Senator
Patterson as much at the time, but be'
ing mindful of the fact that he wa
disqualified because of his Jieing a
member of the legislature which in-
creased the salary of the warden, the
matter went no further. However, Hon ;
U-tor Patterson lolil me an the time
that if he were eligible for the appoint
mcnt he could not and would not ac-lof
cept it tinder any condition.'
lu&tuC I liuuC Vtuio llOlil
Out; Picketing Under Ban
Eugene, Or, July 12. About two-
Pa, jfie Telephone
Telegraph com :
puuv waixeu (hii mis moruii.g at 7
o'clock following the completion ol the
organization of a unio-i here lnt night.
The girl tnnounee their intention to
hold out for recognition (if tlicir de
mand. Attempt 10 picket the office
early tody were promptly squelched by
the local police. The service has ton
tiiiued uiiintermtited todar.
OrPfJftn fifv RrtV .IrnWTtACi
VSV" VV "WJ aiviliVt
j j j
In Qackamas River Friday
Oiegon City, Or July 12. Eiu..nel
anhsj, I, was Urowoed Wnile swim
uiing in the Clackamas river lale ye
Arbiw' home was at Mammoth, Arir.
I.a.l u.n ..,... : .
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TROUBLES OF FLYER
AT BID; FLIES TODAY
Lieutenant Browne Resumes
Flints After Delafs Dae
The troubles of the automobile driv-
or are nothing compared to those of.wku-h i one of the most mysterious in
aa airplane pilot, all due to the fact
that a yet. airplane service itatiou
ar rwther scarce in Oregon.
- Th troubles of Lieutenant Brwne,
the airplane flyer who was advertised
to fly in Salem July Fourth, and who
did not. are a follow:
Julv 3. Broke propeller auil lower i
left wing while landing. 1 At lonet tea wn-ret svrvue men aro
July 4. Wired hji.-raaieiito for new now in battle working o the rase. It
pripe'.ler and part cf wing. is their belief that Dowsev was i.iur
July 5. Received wire that Mather 1,-4 lufore he could send to hit chief
Held, at Sacramento could net supply k, Washington, D. C, the niot import
the needed part. V .red Lo. Angeles , rs Bm, lllformatillll gathered in
and Km Diego. ; . i.,,n..
i I.. - k.. iiin.-i.t i
could not updy pirts. I" Angeles
wireVl part of equipment could be aent,
but no profiler. -. - .
July i. rotintl fiirmer airplane ser
vice 'man in .jSalem who eoubl reiwir
wing but no spruce of right kind could
be found in city. Had to send to Port
land for spruce,
'July 8. lioan reconstruction of brok
July 9. Propeller came from Portland
brought by tleorge K. Love.
Hight ijnd of "dope" or varnish
for the wing that had been reconstruct
ed did not arrive a expected.
July 10. Propellor put oh dnne, and
now all. ready excepting the de or
varuiidi, which must be applied six
times to the now wing.
July 11. Dope, arrived in morning.
Worked all day on plane.
July 12, toitay. Tuned plane up, and
made trial flight in morning accom
IHiiiied by mechanic Robert Perlich.
AJrplane flying with passenger this
afternoon. Among those most amicus
to fly were Mrs. Hlaiu-ho Liton Niev
nievcr. Miss Katheryn Guunell aud
M: Hazel Hani.
There will lie flving tomorrow and
every day -tin til all who wish to make
an airplane flight have had the oppor
tunity. "All's well that end well."
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Hoedale, Ore., 1lily 14 Fred Shcp
ard i Visiting at the home of his sis
ter, Mrs.' Alexander.
('. A. Hadley and wife motored to
Portland last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher (until recently
Mis Olive Kamsey) visited at the j.
Ml Gardner home a few days thi
Grandma Jury !a been quite sick
but i better. .'
Mr. Bonnoy has been enjoying a
visit from her daughter Ida.
Mrs. C. Htoom Mild family Mr. nnd
Mr. Irwin and OhkWojf Bee, and Mr.
Alice Cook; spent "several day on a
trip to the coast They returned Wed
nesday. The- young people held an enjoyable
party at the home f Helen Cammack
Friday evening. Those present were the
Misses Nina and Gladys Whelchel,
Stella Blinatnn, Beryl Necdham, Grace
Chandler, Dorothy Colo, Hilda Bonnoy
I.ois Hamilton Helen and Laura Cam
mack Flora Turnlmll, Mr. and Mrs.
Hadlej, Karl Necdham, Jack Turnhull,
Lowell Gardner Kenneth Cole, Clif
ford Smith, the ' Mefcsr. Huldehrand
and a few other.
Mis Flora Turnhull it spending her
vacation at home.
Showers Are Forecasted
For LasOf Next Week
Washington, July 12. Weekly weath
Pacific state: The week will be ono
of normal tcrmpcratures and gouoinlly
fair except occasional hower are prob
able the latter hulf of the week In
Washington and Oregon.
Federal Trade Commission
In Favor Of Price Fixing
Wushinglon, July 12. In a special
report to congress, the federal trade
com in imion today urged passage of
legislation permitting manufacturer
to fix and maintain re-sale price.
Much legislation, the commission
tttate would promote the efficiency of
manufacturing and commercial institu
tion and serve the interests of the
I'ndi'r the Ionization recommend""!
by the eommittee, manufacturer do-
siring to fix and maintain re sult
I iric- would file with an aircner. to
! be designated by congre-, description
ariioles, eonlraet of sale and the
price -bed idea to be maintained. This
agency wotfid bo charged with the du
ty, uMin complaint of any dealer er
consumer or other party at Interest- to
review terms of eon tracts and prjees,
and revise the price if fouul neces
sary. $8,000,000 Fleet To Handle
Paciic Coastwise Saippmg!
Sai Francisco, Julv 12. An IsHiO,
000 fleet plying between San F.aiijisco
and the Pacific ports of Houlii Anicri
ca and Mexico hoe mo a reality today
trirooga lncorporsii'ii or mc uoipu jiitiii
ntefimsNip eotriiany. mayor JBnies
Kolph is head1 of the new concein, which
pool i i on firm Bolph'a shlppinjt here
tofore affiliated with noveral orgHiiir.a
tion. Koiph is president, and the other offi
cers are: Daid Ewart, viee-piekident;
H. II. K. Sniitti, (formerly heal of the
ttulf Mail coaipauyl, genirul o;er;itiiig
manager; J. F. Ptolling, c(rotary
The new concern ha 21 uteanier and
..-i: .t ;
sailing h-sih-ib. im oi tnrse worn
l-niit at the Bolph shipyard at Eureka.
MEOIT AGEHT .
brattle. Wash., July li.-That Preo
A. ley, ptverpmont secret service
ugout, " murdered ou the oc of
filing paper that would send promi
nent uion to the penitentiary, it, the
opinion of secret service uiei., new in
Seattle, who are working ou the case.
the history of the secret eorviie.
Valuable papers which wore r,ld to
le in Dow aey ' possession when he was
killed hi the washroom of the fcoonri
ties building, on the morning of May 2,
were miming from the body when it
wa found by I. H. Dougl, cloik in
the disbursing office of the Eaiergcney
1 11, "b"" .....,.... .
cunnoctod with the hipiii'ig board
which involved millKins of doiiara.
There were two wounds on Downey'
head when he wa fouud lying dead on
"'0 floor of the waoliroom. One wn a
alight jagged cut, about three ii.tnes
long, with a small welt in the' cmtor.
But the wound that cr.uscd Dowsey's
dont'i, government operatives ay, was
a wound inflicted with a blunt in.-dru
ment iu the hands of a powerful man
that struck him just at the base of Ms
hairline, the most vulnerable pot on
Page Resigns As American
Ambassador To Rome; Brand
Whitlock To Be Successor
Paris, July 12. (Luited
Pros.) ThQina Nelson Pa3
hr.s resigned American am-
basaador to Italy, It became
known this afternoon,) i : brand
Whitlock, frmer minister to Bel-
ifiuin. will succeed him,
TODAY'S BASEBALL SCORE
B. II. E.
PiHsbnrsr - -- 1 0
"Xew York - 0 3 1!
Cooper and Schmidt; Toney and Mc
Carty. Cincinnati 7 11 0
Philadelphia 0 S 3
Ring and Wingo; Bixey, Pinith and
St. Uiuis 10 Id 1
Brooklyn 5 10 3
Doak and Dilhoefer; Mrtcholl, Grimes
and Kruegcr. -
Chicago , - 1 10 0
Boston 11 1
llendrix and Killifer; Rudolph and
' " ' American : ' 1
New York ....U. 4
Detroit : 7
Thonnahlen and Hannah; Khmke
and AiutHiiith. (six linings)
Philadelphia , 3 8 2
St. Louia , 1 ,1
Jomieson and I'crkins; Gatl'a and
Boston ..: - 10
Pennock and Schnng; Kerr 1 and
Hohftlk. (eight inning)
Washington 6 12 1
Cleveland 3 I! 2
Erickon and Picinich; Myers,. Phil
lip and O'Neill.
Food Prices Increase 215
Percent In Past 23 Years
Chicago. July 12. Since 18! food
price have risen 215 per ecut, public
utility research expert reported to
day. In the same period, they said,
clothing on advanced 'i'M) percent,
coal Ki per cent and taxe 100 per
iTILt GIVE SUPPORT TO
IRISH IFJPEOPLE WISH
Chicago, July J2. ''If the people of
the United Htates tell President Wilson
they want him to support the lrih
cause, the president, a their repre
sentative, will carry out their wisbe''
Viiinmon Do Valero, "president of the
Irish republic," staid on hi arrival hers
DeValer wn given a wann recep
tion by . hioBiioBiis. Stepping from the
train, lie and hi party haif difficulty
in mnking their way to a waiting au
tomobile. The crowd in the treel wn
so thick thai his car fairly creeped in
the hotel, while thousands shouted,
waved flays and shook th " presi
dent '" hand.
"With regard to the question of the
hisiing of the president at an Irish
mooting jn New York,1' DeValera aid,
"thi i not the attitude of the Irish
peojde. I believe we can got the tup
port of the Amciican people. President
Wilson mid he will give his support,
and I believe he will."
DeValera raid that Britain hn no
more Oafm to r land than Germany
had to Belgium, lie said the peace con
ference wa not merely to acme the
question of war but to straighten out
the problem of the world.
"the Irish question," he said, "is
a matter of human Inw tho law of
Daughter Of Former New
York Mayor Seeks Divorce
Reno, Nav., July 12. Edith Augusta
Vingut, ditughter of Former Mayor Gay
nor of Now Yoik, is plaintiff in u tii
vorce artinii on file today against Henry
Kermit Vingut, New York financier.
Mr. Vingut chargi- cruelty. Vingut
has filed an r.swer, denying the c'naTge.
The Vl igiit were married in 1910,
an elopment featuring the romance.
With h'-r sister, Mrs. Ralph II. I Mam
sirs. ilia HI Ha rosnicu in icuo mute
Quick Inference To Finns That Giro Sen ice Oa Short
Where Buyer And Seller Meet We
Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salem Electric Co., Masonic. Temple,
IXfli SALES Uood 5 room house with
Btcdera conveniences on large lot,
abundance of fruit, oa pared street.
t room house, small barn and 2 fine
Int. wilk l.n,,.!.,,,,. r.1 nt,t n.lr O
bloeke from paved street and school. !
812UO. Square Deal Realty Co. tf
20 acres ail cultivated, 9 teres fruit
mostly prune ia bearing; 3 Vai acre
logan, 7'-j acres more of good lo
ganberry laud, fair 5 room house, old
barn, some fetveiug; 3!, mile from
lown, only $;iS0'J.
7.31 acres, a acre timber, fine run
ning water with chance to irrigate
the tra-ct. 3 miles from Salem limit,
7 acre in cultivation, fine strawber
ry or loganberry land, juet the place
for you to own and hold your job in
the city, if taken soon, only IUQ0.
10 acres all in cultivation, finest of
loganberry land, close to Salem, a
cash and balauo at tf percent. Price
8 room house on paved street priced
at lose than cost; owner wants to
leave tba city, will sell or exchange
for Seattle residence of equal value;
t) room bungalow, well finished, fay
ed street, large lot, close in; (3250.
7 room house, lot 110x105 feet, must
be old to Mtisfy creditor, only
11400. Thir. boot renting and get
ting notice to move on.
23 acres all In cultivation, well im
proved, 7 acre in fruit, mostly
prune; all equipped w'ith stock, teols
and poultry, I milt from town only
i acres all cultivated and la clover
ready to cut; t room bungalow,
chicken bouse, wood shed full of
wood, family frujt; a snap for the
right party. Price 11300. 00 cash,
ft00 at 6 percent for 1 or 8 yeera
Vith payment privilege. '.
, For the beat buys in ranch or city
, (property . see ttocolofky, Bayne
building. . tf
Call 398. Highest prices paid for
junk, second band goods and machin
ery. Be sure and call 308, get the right
prices, The square deal house,
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271 Chemeketa. St. Salem, Or.
Tu Capital Journal t
t Daily Market Report
Wheat, soft white esilfr
Wheat, lower gradss n sasapl
0t, new 8"c
Hay, cheat, new S)15(fi'16
Hay, oat, new 1517
Barley ton (n50
Mill run 4344
Creamery butter 53(n50c
Pork, Veal aud Mutton
Pork on foot .. :. lhl'i?le
Steers . ..
,. 7( i
... 6(3.7 Vac
Sheep, yearling :.... - 7e
gs and rouiiry
Eggs, cah 40c
Hon., live : 22(iD24e
Old rooitcrs .. We
Broilers : - 3c
Itadinhes, ooa 45c
New potatoea - 4c
Green onions dos .. 40
Onion sack 5.50
Lemo n, bo- ...
California gi a pe fruit
Egg, dozen - S0c
Creamery butter . - 85c
Country' but tor 65e
Flour, hard wheat I3.103.23
Portland, Or., July 12. Butter, city
creamery 52( -'5frc
Eggs, selected local CX 4niu.30c
Hon 2irti 27
Broiler 241 2Hc
Chece, triplet 37(S30o
DAILY LIVE BTOO KMABKET
Tone of market steady
flood, to choice teor !'iilO
Fair to good steer $8(V;.f0
Common to fair teer $7(rr7.50
tlood to choieo cow and heifers
Medium to fair cows snd heifers
Canner t-1.o0'" 5
Bulls l'i 7
Calves 8fi 13
Tone of market strong
Prime mixed 21.30fi722
Meilitim min d tin.WOi 2I.1"
Hough h"vU $I.4ihul".!J
Pig IS.'J'ifJ 19
127 North High-.
AVTOS without drivers to uir, 1 dol
lar per hour. 17 S. Con., ht. Fhosjb
WHY SELL FOR LESS?
W will pay you mors cash for your
household goods. Get our bid before
you sell. Peoples Furniture and Hard
ware Store, 271 X. Com. St. Phoaa
NO CASH BEQV1KE 0 Good oversoa
hoe aud luits, all kinds of nraaia
al instruments, shotgun, rifles, heat
ing jtoves, pas atovc, euit rase aaS
1000 other useful articles to sell of
trade. What have jout The CapitaJ
Exchange. 337 Court St. Paone 43.
YOt'R used furniture, stoves, earpets
and tools, a we pay fair price for
everything. Call 47
CAPITAL. HARDWARE A FITBNT
' 285 N. ComT St.
HAT BLOCKING I clean and bloek
ladies' and Mea's hats. Jaot re
ceived a hat renovating maehine. It
gets the dirt, Try it once. . .
Ellsworth. 495 Court Bt. Salem, Or.
STOVES REBUILT AND KEPAIBZJJ
SO year experionce, Depot National
snd American fence.
Sixes 28 to 58 ia. high
Paint, oil and varnish, ete.
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works,
850 Court atreet. Phone S4.
I. A. Rowland FnrnitJire Stcrs
Buy, sell and exchanges sew mmt
2d hand furniture All kind f
repair work, light grinding, filial,
and brasing a peialty. Btrht
prices, 47 North Conimerial kH.
SALEM 8CAVENGEB Garbage a
refuse of all kinds removed ea moat
ly contracts at reasonable rates.
Cess wool cleaned . Dead animatf re
moved. Office phone Main 167.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Oood Beal Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd ft Bush bank) Balsa Orefosi
FEDERAL FABM LOANS 5H
cent interest. Prompt service. S4H
years time. Federal form loaa haads
for sale. A. C. Bohrnstcdt, 401 Ksj
sonio Temple. Salem, Oregoa.
IN8TTRANCH COO.VCiij-For fres lw
forroatloa about Life InuraOS SS)
J. F. Hutchison, dnt. maaaget fot
the Mutual Life of N. Y., effice
871 State Bt., Balem, Ore. OlfWe .
phono 09, residence 13P6.
Onr Price are Right
W. M. ZANDLEIl, Proprietor
12.15 N. Bummer Btreet. Balom, Oregosi
STEWART'S REPAIR B!IO-Uwaj
mower grouad y marninerj; '
kind of grinding, lock raitoijig, via
brtdla recovered, light lepaiwag ol
all kind. 347 Court Bt.
KNI0HT9 OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack hH OH every Tnedaw
t 8. Walter tenon.-C. C, P. J.
Kunt. K. B. A 8. - -
ROYAL Neighbor of AmerUS, Or
' gon Orape camp No. E10 meet every
Thursday evening in McCornaek ha
Elevator ar-vic. OiacJe, M. Cax
rte E. Bonn, 618 Union M; rco
der Mrs. Metises Fersoa, 1415 S.
4th' St. Phone 14S0M.
I'iMTK.D ARTISANS pitHl Aaw
bly 'No. 84 meets first ThunHy
each month at H n. m. in Hasouie
Temple, (iloun C. Nile, M. A.j C. A.
VilKWrt, ocri4tnrv, .".40 Owen treet.
ALEM WATER rvMPANY Offies
corner Commercial and Trale streets
Bills payable monthly ia advance.
Out of 60 student in the pnarmacy
department of the University of Wash
ington this year 30 are women.
To replace th old building recently
burned, the tchool district of Empire
in Coo county, ha voted fund at
Hulk 421.506 21.75
Tone of market stend
Prime lanrli U'13
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