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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY. JULY IS, 1019.
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)- Minimum charge, 13e.
FOR RENT iFurnUhed housekeeping
rooms. Phone 2093M. tf
WANTED-JMain sewing at home. 1120
THE Miller, rooinj and apartments. 633
Kerry 6t, 7 20
FE make the best power prune dippers.
Salem Mfg Co., 1396 N. Front bt. tf
BOOK'S cleaned, painted, patched and
tarred. Phone C. O. Kays at 1048. 7 27
JAS. LYOX3 practical painter. Phone
WANTED Late model Ford body,
touring or roadster. Phone 310. 7-1 i
FOR RMNT 16 room house, very reas
onable. Phone 1737W. tf
WANTB1 AVoman for geneial house
work. 404 N. Liberty St. 713
FOR SAiLR-Good tenm, caU 5SF4.
FINE organ for sale, $.10, easy terms
if wanted. 519 Court St. 7 IS
W. BEAVER well driller. Phone 827J,
1165 N. 19th St. Salem, Or. 8-8
llXHW-KEEPlNG rooms at 152 8.
irOUSKKEEPer wanted, cook for four.
Call 3F4. 7 19
GRAIN hay for sale, well cured in
good ow. Phone 7GF11. 7-17
GIRLS wanted at the Glove, factory,
1455 Oak street, for steady work.
WANTED 1000 suits to clean. C.
E.ra 8mrks, tailoring and cleaning,
1855 State St. Phone 508. 8-14
MUSIC box (for eiile, cost about $100
when new, sell for $20. 519 Court
St. 7 18
FOR SALE Young toam, 6 and 8
years old, weight 1200. Phone 8HF.
liAIid'E 9 room house and 5 lots for
sale, or will rent, at 555 S. 19th
Bee owner, 241 N. High. 7 19
MEN wanted at Tile works near fair
grounds. Salem Tile & Mercantile
DEKORATO sanitary wall tint, best
made; beautiful new colors. Burens
Coro'l St. tf
FOR 8ALE Ono pair of good horses,
5 years old and new hnmess. Call nt
1416 Saginaw direct evenings. 7-IS
WALL PAPER 15 cents per double roll
upward. Buren's Furniture Store.
179 Commercial. tf
FOR SALE By owner, modern 5 room
bungalow, built in china closet, honk
- cases, desks; cement walks, full base
inent. Phono 159" M. tf
HA V FOR SALE Seven tons oats and
wheat hay in field, will sell all or
part. J. If. Arnold, 447 S. Com'l.
l'hone 2499M. 718
WANTED To buy a small improved
place, will pay cash, in city
property. Address 1204 N. Winter,
Salem, Or. Phone 10S5J. 7-21
FOR SALE Ford worm drive truck,
1917 model, good condition; also al
most new 1-ton Maxwell. Call at new
Tohle bldg, Ferry St. . tf
INCREASE your worth, fine little 6,
acre tract for sale few miles from
Salem, house, barn, well, garden, straw
berries, raspberries and flower, 444
ears Journal. tf
We buy sr d sell notes, mort-
gages and all kinds of bonds.
. HAWKU'S ft ROBERTS
314 Mrnnif Building
m Balm, Oregon
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
WE LOAN MONEY FOR
f LOW YOU TO PAY $100.00 OR MULTIPLE ON
I THE PRINCIPAL ON ANY INTEREST DATE.
I WE CLOSE OUR LOANS PROMPTLY.
1 HAWKINS & ROBERTS
ft 314 Mason Bldg.
FIRST class room and board close in.
45 X. Ceiu'L Phone 1146. tf
GRAIN' hay for sale, 1 mile east of Sa
lem. Phone 19F4. . 7-1S
FOR, RHXT-ix room furnished
ruiuse at 1023 N. 17th on carliae. 7-18
FOR SALE Used Dodge Brothers tour
iug ear at iBonesteele's, Commercial
and Ferry St.. , 7-18
WANTED Someone to take contract
for hauling wood. Apply 162 North
Commercial street. 7-18
FOR SALE Hal? platform spring
hack in good condition. ApIy Fry's
drug store. T-1S
WANTED Man to help haul in hay
$4 per day and board. A. L, Mullen,
Monmouth, Or. 7-19
FOR SALE (Peaches 75c eiate, two
miles from town. Phoue from 11 to
2 o'clock 61F13. 7 23
FOR SALE (Buff bantam chickens; 1
heating stove; 1 extension table. 200
N. 15lh. tf
40 ACRES of heavy timber land for
sale or trade; will take good 5 pas-
s.-nger auto. 2i'K N. 15th. tf
FOl'R loganberry pickers wanted. W.
II. Harris, Rt."4, box 33, Liberty.
FOR SALK Cheap, nearly new Kim
ball ori;an and Edison phonograph.
451 8. 10th St. 7 22
M EN wanted for lumber yard and plan
in;; '"ill. Jay 43 to 50 cents per hour.
Apply Ed's Plnco, 403 State St. 7-22
FOR SALE A 3 year old driving
mare; new rubber tired, top buggy
and harness. Phone 351 R. 7-18
FOR SALE Thoroughbred New Zea
land and Angora rabbits, cheap, 50c
up. R. DuKette, Gervais, Or. 7-21
WILL say up to $25 rent for modern
5 or 6 room house, walking distance,
reliable tenant, l'hone 943M. tf
FOR SALE 500 cords of body fir
wood. Buker, 645 Ferry St. Phone
FURNISHED house wanted, 0 or 7
rooui modern furnished house. Will
lease for year. Call 2219. tf
LOGANBERRY pickers wanted; will
4-1. . J , n
iuko io auu i nun yaras; zc per id.
good picking. Phone 373 after 7 p.
m. ' tf
WANTED To rent grain ranch of 150
to 200 acres with pasture and good
buildings; will pay cash or shares.
Write F E care Journal. tf
FI'NB CThickering piano In good con-
iiiuun ai a genuine oargain price.
Tho Wiley B. Allen Co, 519 Court
GIRL wanted for general housework,
liou wages, rnone H9oil or call 444
mirth 14th St. 7 19
WANTED Wood chopper, $2.50 up
per cord, good camp gropnd. Enquire
iilessing s cigar store, A. J. Ander
WANTED To rent, 6 room modern
house with garage. Give particulars.
Theodore MaynaM. 2019 Wet more
ave., Everett, Wash. 7 19
PRUNE orchard for sale, 18 aires bear
in? prunes, full crop; 12 aires in
Royal Amies, apples, pears and lo
ganberries. Price $16,000. full crop
with place. $10,000 cash, balance
terms. P O earo Journal. v 7-19
FOR SALE All or part of 320 acres
one milo from Marion, good build
ings; would take good house in Sa
lem as part pay. A ifine dairy farm.
Wm. Hull, Marion, Or. 7-19
WANTED Loganberry pickers, 2c per
box; free trnnsjiortation from end
of cnrline. Phone 92F3 evenings or
SALE-103 a, 2 houses, 3
uitniB, buii, wiii'iiutu, sines sua im
. pleinonU $.1000 down; also 10S acres
fruit and dairy land. D. F. Eastburn
Aumsville, Or. 7 -18
FOR SALE 'Nine room house, large lot
modern conveniences, doirble garage
close in, on street ear line and paved"
street. G L care Journal. tf
FOR SALE By owner, modern seven
room houso on paved street near car
line. Full basement, fnrnace cement
sidewalks, built in china elosot. book
eases, garden, rose bushes, shrubs and
walnut trees. Address M II W ears
FIVE YEARS. WE AL-
WANTED A man t cot grass it
Fry' residence High and Oak. 7 IS
LOST isat. on streets, downtown, ring
Phone 5F2, C. W. Pogh, reward. 7 1
FOR SALE Oue 75 office desk at a
bargain. 1835 State St. C. K. Sparks
WANTED A Benieia Hanrrek double
dise plow. Davis Rees, Salem, Rt.
WANTED To buy trained English set
ter bird dog. Jiin Patterson, 221 Su
perior St. Phone 677J. 7-19
FOR SALE One bay horse 9 yean old
weight about 1600 lbs, sound and
true. Inquire P. Arata, Rt. 9, box
FOR SALE 12 tons of good oats,
cheat and wheat hay. Phone 83F21
noons, or write 995 X. Capitol, John
WANTED Middle aged woman for
light house work for year; no wash
ing or ironing. Write C 1 caro Jour
LOGANBERRY pickers on Crabenhorst
tract 2 miles out on Jefferson Way.
Will pay 3e, 10 days piekijig. G. t.
Moisnii, 140 Broailway. 7-23
TWO thousand dollars to loan on ap
proved farm land security, six per
cent. Enquire Grant Coi by," 14 Brey
man bldg., Salem, Or. Phone 484.
CAKPENTEES WANTED Xoxt Mon
day morning at the corner of Front
and Ferry St. concrete form work,
wo will pay tho Salem scale. Erixon
& Jones. 7-19
WANTED Lady assistant bookkeep
er. Address in own handwriting stat
ing age, experience nnd references.
Valley Motor couipanv, 200 High St.
DESIRABLE position open for intelli
gent woman, falury guarantee $"00
for first six months. Address J-16
care Journal. 7-16
FOR SALE 5 room modern bungalqw
ineateil at 190 JN. Winter street,
bath, toilot, electric lights, fireplace,
basement, corner lot. Priee $1800. W.
H. Grnbenliorst & Co., 275 State
FOR SALE Modern 8 room house cor
ner lot, paved street. Priee $2500.
Modern 7 room house, basement, furn
aee, east front lot, bearirg fruit,
garage. Price $3000. W. H. Graben
horst & Co., 275 State St 7-18
FOR SALE 10 acres all under culti
vation, 5 acres of bearing Italian
, prunes, six years old; small house,
bent of soil. Price $3500. 5 acres of
good loganberry land all cultivated.
Price $1000. W. H. Grabcnhorst 4
Co., 275 Slate street. 7-18
CENSUS clerks, (men, women). 4000
neiiel $92 month. Age. 13 upward.
Experience unnecessary. For free par
ticulars of examinations, write J.
Leonard (former govrnmcnt examin
er) 1382 Equitable Bldg, Washing
ton. - 7-22
FOR SALE 10 acres nil cultivated, 8
acres of four year old Italian prunes,
2',i acres of loganberries, family or
chard, good 5 room plastered bunga
low, barn, chicken houe, well, good
drainage, sightly locution and close
to Pacific highway, 4 miles from Sa
lem. Price $1500, W. H. Grabetihorst
ft Co., 273 State street. 7 IS
PACIFIC EMPLOYMENT CO.
"Aiwayi at Your Scrvim"
Help of all kinds Furnished Free
USPWSJU. IfllAELI. K0U. f !U 01 WTuTl,
1 P. C0X01. tWr.
Bl-231 Bmmsl4. Stnat. Portland, Orgoa
PRUNES, PRUNES, r RUNES
75 acres 4 miles from Corvallis on
the river bottom in proven prune
section. 28 acres bearing prunes, 4
acres ehcrrirs. Trees mostly six years
old and getting bettor all tho time.
Trime crop this year will bring own
er about $3000. 32 acres in grain. 10
acres in pasture. Good buildings and
fine land. Priced right at $20,000.
47 acres all cultivated. 18 acres in
old prune orchard. 2 acres family or
chard. Only 3 miles from Corvallis
in good locality. New six room bun
galow, new good l'nine drvcr, barn,
garage, store room, water
"and another t of fair buildings for
hireil help. 7 to 8 thouwnd dollsrs
in buildings. Price $17,50(1. Some
terms. Kinney 4 Co., dealers in orch
ards, Corva'lis Or. Home of O. A.
M ESON'S AUTO EXCHANGE
349 N. COM. T. M. C. A. BLOCK
CSED CARPI BOtrOHT FOB CASH
OR SOLD ON COMMISSION.
1919 Studebaker 950
5 passenger Warren-Detroit, Contl-'
nentnl motor $-25
1918 Chevrolet sedan, fins condi
5 passenger, Miyht Studebaker fonr.
electric sisrter and lights 1500
1917 Saion six 7K
5 Passenger Maiwelf, will make
(rood r-n cheap.
1914 Overland, ezy terms, IJ50
1916 Ford, first elans eondition, $375!
1915 Overland 500
We wreck antos for their paits, th:
enables yon to get olel csr parts t
a bargain. Cash price ptid for junk
S osswfiger Btudebsker, 1180.
"We sell oils, grrase. old auto parts
tires and ar"pf ries.
i$S$ Keen Them Ho uiei
BRITISH OPPONENT BEAT
MOORE IN20-R0UND CO
By Dob Chamberlain
(United Press Staff CorresjWiid. nt.)
London, July IS. Jimmy Wilde was
still the idol of Great Britain toJty, al
though euly his desperate gauicnc&o and
Pal Moore's fouling gave him the de
cision over the Memphis lad at the
Olympia stadium last night.
Moore outpointed the British fly
weight champion, but repeatoiiy struck
him with open gloves Referee Corri
cautioned him in the tenth. This cost
him the victory. The verdict went to
Wilde on point In the last five rounds
Wilde was bleeding at the mouth tnd
nose, but he hung on and forced the
fighting, though Moore landed freely.
Moore's best rounds were tiie six
teenth and seventeenth, when ho wal
loped Wilde, all over the ring. Wilde
cume back in the 20th round, showing s
burst of speed and taking the offeus-ive.
Wilde missed frequently in the -hint ten
rounds and left the ring nearly exhaust
ed. Moore was fairly fresh.
The Americas, tried desperately to
ward the end of the bout to knockout
his agile opponent, but W1I.10 evaded
Seventeen thousand persons saw the
fight, which included much bniriiint
General Pershing was greeted with
FURNISH KD 5 room bungalow for
rent. Phone 750 R mornings. 7 21
LOST Sat. on streets, diamond ring.
Phone 5F2. C. W. Pugh, reward. 7-21
SMALL ear five passenger to trade for
motorcycle, i'nll 26t Vtate. 7-19
FOR SALE A good Dwring binder,
seven foot cut wilh tongue, trucks,
$125. F. M. Cook, Turner, Rt. 2. 7 2
1)R SALE Some fine shouts, aVi
sow and 8 pis. Call 87F24. Baxter.
A NEW mandolin harp for sale, latest
improvement will sell cheap if taken
soon. 12x0 Slate St. 7-24
FOR RENT Nice, clean furnished
rooms close in. Phone 824W, 2!2 N.
Church St. 7 24
LOGAMBERRY pickers wantod, 3'ic
per Ibox, close in, Salem Heights. M.
F. Woodward, Bt 3, box 111. Phone
112SF4. 7 24
POLK county farms all si.e from 5
to 640 acres, improved and unimprov
ed, reasonable in prices, finest of
prune land, berry land, river bottom
hop land, dairy and stock fnrms.
J. W. Mason, Monmouth and Inde
pendence. 7 21
A. BIO BARGAIN
7 rooms, plastered, extra large lot,
cement walk, hnrd surfaced street, on
a good corner; the lot is worth more
than price asked; $1600; close in on 8.
Commercial St. John H. Scott Realty
Co., 404 Hubbard bldg.
SNAP, S ACRXS
5 acres closo in, 2 acres B year old
prunes; a good family orchard, all
kinds of berries; good water. Its a real
snap; fair improvements; $2300. John
11. Seutt Reulty Co., 405 Hubbard bldg
FARMERS ATT K NTIIUiN We bundle
the old reliablo Pago fence direct
frfiiii factory in car load lots; Per
fection Automatic" Gates Milwaukee
air pressure water systems, fresh wa
ter direct from si4nr or well. L, J.
Davenport, T. D. Allen, Silvcrtou,
Pa.'e fence men for Marion nnd
Clackaiiirs counties. 8 18
TO EX( HANGK 320 acres partly im
proved land over in tho stock coun
try nf ens'ern Oregon, on daily mail
route near railroad, for small tract
improved or partly improved land in
Willamette va'ley. For interview ad
dress C. T. Joins, Salem, Or., Gen.
Del. 7 24
NOTICE UP SALE OF GOVERN M BNT
timber, general land office, Washing
ton. D. v., June 27, l:ii. no nce is
hereby given that subject to the conji-
lions and limitations of the ait of
June 9, 1910 (39 Slat., 218), and the
instructions of the socrrrtary of the in
terior of September 15, 1917, the tim
ber on the following lands will bo sold
August 2.0, 1919, at 10 o'clock a. m., at
public auction at the United Stale
land office at Portland, Oi.igon, to the
highest bidder at not less than the ap
praised vnlue as shown by this notice.
sale to be subject to tho approval of
of tho secretary of the interior. The
purchase price, with an additional sum
of one fifth of one jor cent thereof,
tiding commissions allowed, must tie
deposited at time of sale, money to be
relumed if sale is not imrnved. other
wise patent will iKin fur the timber
which miiKt bo removed wathin ten
iJears. Bids will be received from eiU
...- I .u TT:i..J :..t: -
of such citi.ons and torpora'ions or
ganized under the laws of the United
.Slates or any state, territory or dis
trict thereof only, t'pon application of
a qualified purrhsse, the tairttx r on any
legal subdivision will be offered sepa
rately before being included in any of
fer of s larger unit. T. 2 N., R. 3 W,
e. 11. NWW WV4. red fir 010 M
cedar 55 M., tW!4 8W54, red fir 710
JL, none of the red fir or tedar to b
sold for les than l..r0 per M. T. 9 8.,
R. 2 E., Hi. H, XE'A fK, fir lfi0
M., hemlock 270 M., NW'4 "NEV4 fir
"(SO M., hemlock loO M., SK'i SFVt,
fir 1770 M., hemlock 2",0 M., g'lVV,
VK'4, fir ZVJQ M.. hemlock 200 M.,
N'KV4 XWV4. fir 630 M.. hemlock 130
Af., XWi.4 SW. fir 1760 M , SKVt
SK'4. fir 1170 M., hemlock 120 M.,
SWVt cK'4, fir 130 M., hemlock 50
if. hKV, fir 1190 Iri., hemlock
30 XL, HWVJ HK '4, fir 730 M .. XEW
HWi,, fir 19o0 M., NWW 8V'4. fir
2100 M.. SE'4 r?WV,, fir K;r,(J M.,
HW14 8WV4, fir 12.rj0 M., none of the
fir to be sold for less than 11.50 per M,
and none of the hemic k to be wild for
less than 75 cents per M. T. 8 8., B. 3
E, .. 25. RW'i XW14, red fir O0
if., 8K NE'4, red fr 350 M., 8W14
NKV4. r'd fir 5ft" M- "" the red
fir to be sold for fm than t2 per M.
CLAV TALI ..MAN, Commissioner, Hw.
eral Land Office. 8 16
I WOT !
11 yen are f-t s-irc. and have to !
ttai d on one U t and then on the j
oilier to get relief vent need Rcsiivl ,
i-immcnt For quicker result", hist
lwiht the feet with Kisinnl Soap and ,
wurrn water, then apply the ointment
on retiring and bandage.
Tim treatment ftlw brhR heartfelt relief to !
AW Ar trrm' M tintmtM '
loud cheers when he entered the stad
ium. Tho Prince of Wales and Trinee
Albert also were present.
Waifs Mothered By Ash Cans
Find life Comically Tragic
In "Daddy Lon3 Legs" Film
"Diuldy Long Log," the motion
picture production of tho great rtory
by Jean Webster, iu which Alary Tick-i
ford will be seen at the IJberty Sun
day is an attmction which will have
universal appeal, fer it is fXed with
children, and their doings. Moreover
tho children are not those we see every
day, with .fathers nnd motheis to rare i
for and protect, them, but little chil
dren who are tho charges of au asy
lum which is sadly misnisnscd.
Miss Pick ford has the role of Judy
Abbott, a twelve year old girl, full of
file and fun, who dodges the cruel
punishments of the superintendent of
the John Grier Orphanage, to run off
and help tho little ones who are far
lag ill on the mis r able diet and poor
caro they receive.
Child Parti Cleverly Enacted
More than a score of orphaned chil
dren, some of them tho most clever
chilli aetors who have ever been seen
on the screen, aid Miss Pickford in this
earlier part oif tho picture, which shows
scones in the big orphan asylum. Clad
in striped cheap cloth fed upon prunes
and thin soup, forced to work at hard
tasks, and above, all lacking the kind
ness and hive which should be given
children, these bauies grip the hearts
of everyone who sees the picture,
Mis Pickford is assisted by a num
ber of children among whom is the
funniest and most freckle faced, lad
ever seen In a picture. How he and
Mury provoke and carry through a
"prune strike" is one of the episodes
of the picture in which humor and pa
thos have a constant struggle for the
Medfcrd Fire Fighters
Save Jacksonville From
Destruction By Flames
Mwlfurd. Or., July 18. The iown of
Jei ksonvilln, oldest, in Oregon, wns
saved from total (lest ruction by firn yes
terday when Eire Chief Lnwtmi of the
Medford department ai rived with 2U()
feet of good hose.
The fire started when Street Cninmis
.doner Chris I'lrich wus burning grans
hack of the city hall. Chris had gone
unity, thinking all was safe.
The flames destroyed four houses nnd
a burn and had spread to a dozen other
FOR SA.LK 8 laying hens,
fowln. 12.'17 Court. I'liono GUli.
WANTED-.IO loganberry pickers, 10
days good picking; 10 minute walk
from earlitic nt Hulem Heights. H.
Cunningham, Phono 2IK2. 7 24
IF you are looking for a car don't
miss this, 5 puMtcnger, No. 1 condi
tion, lalo 1917 model, going at $330.
L-17 care Journal. 719
5 PASHKNG'KR cur, lij-ht four, fine
condition, tfl trade1 for city proper
ly or acrntige. Write 81 caro Journ
al. 7 1!)
Of Iidd li'ih, bankers, of Pulcm,
county of Marion, slate of Oregon,
-howiicg the amount standing to the
rrdif of every depositor July 1, 1910,
who haa not made a deposit, or who
has not withdrawn any part of his
deposit (connnerri.'il deposits), princi
pal or interest, for a period of more
thnn seven (7) years immediately prior
to said date with the name, lust known
place of residence or postolnce address
f such depositor, and the fact of his
death, if known.
Fust nor, Mary ('., fiulem, Orej'on, L'O
Iavey, P. V. k Co., 496 Htstc street,
Martin, Mrs. Alice. u1im. 20.50
(itierrr City Pluiiibing and Hen ting
f'o., Kulem, $7.31.
Wann, T. W. Kal.-m, -lfl.80.
Hlata of Oregon, County of Xiurion, ss
I. Wm. a Walton, Ix-jng first duly
sworn, depose and sny upon oalh, tlint
f am the eashier of I.sdd Rush, bank
ers nt 8alem, county of Marion, state
of Oregon; that the foregoing state
ment Is a full, true, correct and com
plete statement, showing the name,
last known residence or pot office nd
dres fact of death, if known, and
the amount to the credit of each de
positor as required by the nrovi-dons
of flinpler 14H, of the fien-ral Laws
of Oregon, 1317.
WM. 8. WALTOW
Kubserib(d and sworn 1o before me
this 15th day of July A. D. 1919.
,,8KAL) L. P. AU)KK If.
Notary public for Oreg'm.
My comniiion expires N07. 23, 1919.
July 18 23 Aug 1 8
Ihe Water's Fine!
It couldn't be better, but
plunge you need a Meyers
All wool, cotton mixed ov
cotton suits will last sev
eral seasons as well as add
considerable plea ...ire to
Women's and Children's Swimming
Suits and Bathinsr Accessories
Extra Special for Men
Dress Sailor Straw Hats 35c
" While they last. We are going out of the Men's
Hat businessSo here's your chance.
Genuine Panamas $5.00
You Can Always
iiinixcH, when Lantou arrived with. Ins
The Jiicksoin illu file dcpui laienl bad
nut iio't for six months, and tiio dcpait
uiciit's ho.so bui'dt ill a half (io.o.i piuces
when the pressure was tinned oil.
House Exceeds President's
Request For Money Needed
In Rehabilitation Service
Washington, July 18. Tim houne
more than met President Wilson's vet
objections to the sundry civil appro
It increased the npprnpi iulioii for vo
calioual rehabilitation work among sol
dicrs by H.rtuii.ono, making the total
aioou'it available for the work 11,000,
000 and removed the limit on tuo bulur
ics of members of tho board. Tho presi
dent asked only a total of S,UJO,0oa.
Impossible To Enforce Dry
Laws, Samuel Gocpers Says
London, July 18. Samuel Oompers,
president of the American Ft deration
of Lalmr, arriving at 8outhamitin on
the Maiiretnnia, ili-lared n.'arding Ant
(rican prohihilion that "it is all rot
to tliii.k you can compel a country to
00 dry." It was a physical impossibil
ity, ho said.
.Speaking of Ireland, Oompers sail
America had only good will for Kng
land, but the gi'iierrtl feeling was tha'
tHp lri.li finc.'iiin ithoo' t Im sisttlnd
i because the league of nation provid
ra lor siMr uerermioan'.n.
''rturely the British will itify the
claims of the Irish in a iiiannor to
make them as giat Col us the domin
ions," Oompers pai ',
Contract for f 0 co-strui tion of a
sterd bridge wi' i n 210 foot span at
Adoa, Lewis cot' ,!y, on the ocan beach
bighnay, has I en let for t3l,tlj7.
The Cnderivood orchnrd district in
r-'kninunin county. Wash., wiii bear its
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JAPANESE ADMITS HE
KILLED HALF A DOZEN
WOMEN AND ATE FLESH
Nakaaki, '.T.-i jvn n. June 23. (Hy
mail) The wierdest murder mystery
111 the history of Jajmn hns been solved
wilh tho coiifcnsion of Tokiehi Hori,
coal miner, that ho killed i women
and ale part of their flesh.
" Tho six mysterious deaths of women
presented the ame pur.zlie in each
case, a lnrge piece of flch had been
cut from the victim's right leg. All
were killed near tho Mastsushima conl
Admitting the murders, Hori confc--cd
he consumed the flcjh because of a
belief that only this could rnre him c
melancholia kIiIiIi sfforted him fur
yenrs. He stated that ho had eivt,
ten yenrs in prison for a ti:nilnr crime,
and since he was released he soughs
Hie sanie (-Aiiu.balistje rinedv every
time melancholia possessed him.
The Miis'soiliiinn hns been in a statu
of terror over the repealed murder of?
women always found with a larg'
piece of fleh cut out of tho right thijihi
In every case, Hori carried the flesli
home wrapped in purls of the women'
seys l)ostor Connor formerly of John
llM'ins hospital. Thousands of men
iiiffering from fatal diseases would bo
11 perfect health today were it not for
he deadly drug Nicotine. Stop the
h-'bit now before it's too Inte. It's a
si nple process to rid yourself of the
hncco habit in aoy form. Just go to
ny up to date dm:; storo and get soma
Nieotcd tablets; take them as directd
and lo; the pernicious habit quickly
vanishes. Irinrgisls refund the money
f they fail. Be sure to read large ami
nterest ing announcemf nt bv Doctor
'"onnor soon to appear ia this p.-iper.
It tells of the danwer of nicotine pois
ning and hnw to avoid if. In the mean
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