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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JULY 22. 1919.
THE JOURNAL'S NEW TODAY I
JOURNAL WANT AD DEPARTMENT IS THE BEST SELLING
HEDIUM IN MARION COUNTY-TRY THEM FOR RESULTS
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Bead yonr ndvertiteo-cnt the first day
It appears and notify us immediately if
Minimum charge, 15c
FJKST class room and board close in.
405 N. Com'L Phone 1444, tf
WE make the boat power prune dippers.
Salem Htg Co., 1396 N. Front bt. tf
BOOTS cleaned, painted, patched and
tarred. Phone C. U. nays at low. i zt
JAS. LYONS practical painter. Phone
FOB RENT 16 room house
onalble. Phone 1737VV.
tf W. BRAVER well driller,
lloi N. 19tU at. Salem,
FOUMV Auto license. Get at Journal
office by paying for this ad. i
tV. F. WRIGHT, Turner, auctioneer,
Why not get hirnj tf
FOR SALE Or trade a big draft horse
Call 1106 Ferry St. after 6 p. m. 7-22
YOU SALE Baled clover hay. Thone
FOB SALE Buff bantam chickens; 1
heating stove; 1 extension table. 200
N. 15th. tf
40 ACRES o heavy timber land for
sale or trade; will take good 5 pas
senger auto. 200 N. 15th. tf
FOB SALE Cheap, nearly new Kim
ball organ and Edison phonograph.
451 8. 16th tit. 7-22
WANTED 1000 suiu to clean. C.
Ezra Sparks, tailoring and cleaning,
1855 State St. Phone 508. . 814
DEKORATO sanitary wall tint, best
made; beautiful sew colors. Borens
Com'l St. tf
WALL PAPEB 15 cents per double roll
upward. Bur en's Furniture Store.
179 Commercial. tf
FOB SALE By owner, modern 5 room
bungalow, 'built in china closet, book
cases, desks; cement walks, full base
nient. Phone 1598M. tf
FOB SALE A good Deering binder,
seven foot cut with tongue trucks,
$125. F. M. Cook. Turner, Rt. 2. 7-24
A NEW mandolin harp for sale, latest
imnrovomcnt will sell cheap if taken
eoon. 1280 State St. 7 24
FOR RENT Nice, clean fumislied
rooms closo in. Phono 82 4 W, 2'J2 N.
Church St. 7 24
MEN wanted for lumber yard and plan
ing null, ray 4a to au cents per nour,
Apply td a
Placo 403 State St. 7-22
WILL pay tip to $25 rent for modern
5 or 8 room house, walking d'stanee,
reliablo tenant. Phone y3.t. tf
FURNISHED homo wanted, 0 or 7
room modern furnished houe. Will
lease for year. Call 2219. tf
HERE'S a snap. 1017 Maxwell j.evfeVt
shapo inside and out, owner living
town, $".. See Watts Wood, new
Pohle bid:;, Ferry St. 7-2-1
FOR SALE Ford worm drive' truck,
1917 model, good condition; also al
most new 1 ton Maxwell. Call at new
Pohle bid',', SVry St. tf
BARGAIN 1-0 acres, 83 cultivated,
buildings, spring water, in prune
belt, $50 aere; 200 acres timber, 12,
000 cords, $40 acre. Roy Ohruurt,Sa
1cm, Or. "
INCREASE four worth, fine little 5
acre tract for sale few miles from
Salem, house, barn,' well, garden, straw
berries, raspberries and flower., 444
ears Journal. tf
We buy sad sell notes, mort-
fages and all kinds of bonds.
HAWKW8 ROBERTS -
S14 Mfsonic Building
m Balftn, Oregos
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
WE LOAN MONEY FOR
LOW YOU TO PAY $100.00 OR MULTIPLE ON
WE CLOSE OUR LOANS PROMPTLY.
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
314 Mason Bldg. Salem, Oregon
POUND Purse, at band concert.
FOE SALE 16 oz. duck army tent in
good condition. Phone 220AJ. 7 23
WASTED Late model
1308 X. Com 1 St.
FOB SALE 6 ft. MeCormirk binder,
good running order, price $35. Phone
WANTED To lease modern house,
eiffht rooms or more, with garajfe.
Address L care Journal. 7-23
LOST Class pin '19 numerals, initials
E B on back. Return to Journal.
BARGAIN -100 acre farm close to town
fair improvements, $4200. F. L. Wood
Bayne ildg. 7-22
WANTED Neat woman for house
work, no heavy laundry, house mod
ern. Phone 30F11 or write Rt. 3, box
FOR SALE 7 room bungalow east Sa
lem, block from car line, $2300, easy
terms. F. L. Wood, Bayne bldg. 7 22
BARGAIN Four room house, bearing
fruit trees, on paved street, close in.
''00. F. L. Wood, Bayne bldg. 7 22
FOR RENT Sleeping rooms and furn
ished apartments, inquire 1.). n.
WANTED Logan pickers, 3 cents
per box. W. L. Pray, Phone 112F3.
EXPERIENCED male and female sales
people wanted at Shrunk' old place.
Cull at onee. 7-23
WANTED Logan pickers little and
big, Mondav, good pay; eome on ana
get it. East D St., M. E. Getter. 7-22
WANTED 50 loganberry pickers, 10
days good picking; 10 minutes walk
from carline at Salem Heights. B.
Cunningham, Phone 21F3. 724
FOB RENT One large furnished
housekeeping room and nice sleep
ing rooms. Phone 1525. Call 255 Cen
LOGANBERRY pickers on Grabonhorst
tract 2 miles out on Jofferson way.
Will pay 3c, 10 days picking. G. T.
Moisan, 1480 Broadway. 7-23
FOB SALE Or will trade for good
house and close in acreage. Twenty
thonsund capacity saw mill with
timber and donkeys. Price twelve
thousand dollars. Address Timber
care Journal. 7-22
WANTED By an up to date roof man
your leaky tin, rubberoid, shinglo
and grnvel roofs to paint and repair.
Now is the tiuu? to prepare for the
rainy season. All work guaranteed.
Examination and estimates free. For
quick results address Frank Mayo,
Gen. Del., Salem, Or. 7-23
1'iYE room cottago for sale, modern in
every particular, also full cement
basement. Inquire 1015 Shipping St.
LOGANBERRY pickers wasted; will
take to nnd from yards; 2c per lb.
good picking. Phone 373 after 7 p.
WANTKJ To rent grain ranch of 150
tn 200 acres with pasture and good
buildings; will pay cash or shares.
Write F E tare Journal. tf
POlt SALE One bay horse 9 years old
weight' about 1000 lbs, sound and
true. Inq lire P. Arata, Rt. 9, bnx
90B. . 7-23
WANTED Wood chopper, $2.50 up
per cord, good camp gropnd. Enquire
Blessing's cigar store, A. J. Ander
FOR SALE Nine room house, large lot
niode-n conveniences, double garnge
close in, on street car line and paved
street. G L care Journal. tf
CENSUS clerks, (men, women). 4000
needed. !2 month. Age, 13 upward.
Experience unnecessary. For free par
ticulars of examinations, write J.
Leonard (former government examin
er) 13S2 Equitable Bldg, Washing
ton. 7 22
FARMERS ATTENTION We- handle
the old reliable Pa?e fence direct
from factory in car load lots; Per
fection Automatic Gates Milwaukee
air pressure water systems, fresh wa
ter direct from spring or well. L. J.
Davenport, T. D. Allen, Silverton,
Pas fence men for Marion and
Clackamas eountiea, 8 18
FIVE YEARS. WE AL-
rK SAIJ-i -Man's wheel
M6 S. High St.
LOtT A "0 liberty bond, 4th loan.
No. 11O72O70. Finder phone lo27rt or
leave at Bush 's bank. ' 7-22
WASTED At 435 X. Liberty St., a
housekeeper, care for invalid lady.
Eay situation for right party. 7 22
DRIVE wheel to binder put ia wrong
car at Purvine s Monday by mistake
Will party please leave at Purvis
Implement shop. . 7-23
FOB SALE Three young O. I. 0.
brood sows, have pigs Aug. 15. $75
each. C. Muller, 1 mile south MeXary
Station. 7 26
LOST Sat. ladv's brown leather purse
containing $3 in silver, near depot or
12th St. ear station. Return to Jour
nal ottice. Kewara. i -J
WANT to secure a $900 loan on acre
age security worth $2300;also 1(HH)
loan on a $2500 resilience with large
lot. Both panics are very reliable.
See nie at once. Socolofsky. tf
FOR SALE Leaving for California
and will sacrifice modern bungalow,
small cash, or bouds or thrift stamps,
balance monily same ns rent. Hence
hold goods, stoves, tables, chairs,
shades etc. J. 11. Davis, 1000 S. Com
TO EXCHANGE 320 acres partly im
proved land over in the stock coun
try of easlcrn Oregon, on daily mail
route near railroad, for small tract
improved or partly improved laud in
Willamette valley. For interview ad
dress C. T. Jones, Salem, Or., Gen.
50 acre farm all in cultivation, mod
ern house and large barn, 5 miles out
on good road. $10,500.
78 acre farm, 65 acres cultivated, 13
acres pasture, good buildings. $8000.
100 acres, 40 acres cultivated, bal
ance pasture and timber, good 8 room
house, large barn, spring water piped
to buildings. $5000.
31 3-4 acres, 2-8 acres peach orchard
in bearing, 3 acres timber, $11,250.
105 acres, 30 aerea cleared, 30 acres
easily cleared, family orchard, T room
houw, barn, spring water. $5000; will
consider Salem cily projierty in ex
change. W. li GRABENHQRST & CO.
275 State streoet 7-23
A GOOD ONE
vet ousy or you lose, ou seres u
good innu, wiia xunn nuiiumx, mini-
ly orchard, 45 acres in cultivation, 15
acres good iinioer. vne tniru croy goes
for $0000, $1500 cash, remainder $300
per annum, at 6 percent interest.
This is good loganberry land and a
SOLD BUT HAVE MORE
We sold those two splendid bargains
on 23d street. You let a good bargain
get away from you.
Wo have a new 5 room modern resi
dence and two lots in iNorth Sulem for
2500, W0 cash. That is a good buy.
We have other houses for talo from
SilO up on very eav terms,
JOHN li SCOTT REALTY COJteprt Africa Brags
404 Hubbard bldg.
OLESGN'S AUTO EXCHANGE
310 N. CUM. V. M. C. A. ULOl'ii
Uf-'KD CARS BOUGHT FOR CAU
OR HOI. I) ON COMMISSION.
T.M7 Ford, first class condition $450
Light Buiek four, express body $223
laiH Chevrolet si'dnn
5 passenger Ovrelniifl to trade f'T lot
ly 18 Studeiiaker $!tf0
5 passenger, Hi-'ht Studcbakcr four
electric starter and lights $5'J0
3f)17 Kaxon six fiUO
1915 Overland $'00
We wreck autos for their parts, thi.
enables you to get old car parts at
a bargain. Cash price paid for junk
5 passes ger Studebaker, $180.
We sell oils, grease, old auto parts
tires and accessories.
SEALED BIDS INVITED
Concrete bids will h received by
school district .No. 21, Marion county,
Oregon, tfl-r the hyi'fc of concrete
sidewalks at the Lincoln, Gr&r.t and
Highland schools. Plans and specifi
cation are now on filo with the clerk
for examination. Bids will be openc'l
at the regular meeting, Aogust 12th, zens of the United Slates, associations
1919. Tho riht to reject any or all of such citizens end corpora.ions or
bids is reserved. A certified check for gnnized under the laws of tho United
5 per cent of the amount of ea.:h bidj.States or any state, territory or'dis
must sreompany same. Address all bTils jtriet thereof only. Upon application of
in plain envelope, marked "Bids on i a qoa'af ied purchase, tho timber on any
concrete walks," to W. H. Burghardt, legal subdivision will be offered sepa
Jr., 371 State street, Salem, Oregon, jrately before being included in any of-
Among rccp-nt guests fit the Jiligh
hot-l were Mr. snd Mr. II. B. Sdioff
of Portland; Geo. Zoorkvist, Silverton;
C. H. Grntze, Tillamook.
The Mise Margaret and Eerther Hal
vorsen of Kugene are amsng the arriv
als in the city teday.
A. Krickson and R. W. Pwavie of
Portland arrived in Snlem todav and; 2100 M.. Hr.'4 V4, fir IWO W.,
r rp.ri.'opo.t ai (h Hliirh kntel. Ther'VVi SW'A, fir 1250 M., none of the
11 be Iwated here for some time, hav
in? a contract on one of ths state in
stitutions. Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. MHIer of Albany
were recent arrivals at the Capital ho-
Try Salem first Ia Bavin?
MOTOR HITS MACHINE
T. T. Wdel Injured In CcSs-
ion At Capital And Union
T. T. Wedel of Salem rural route 7
was seriously injured last evening
hen his automobile was struck by the
Palis City motor car of the Southera
Pacifie at th crossing of Cstpitol and
Mr. Wedel, who is a son of F. B.
Wedel of the Deaconess hospital, was
severely injured about the head. The
automobile which he was driving was
thrown to the side of the road from the
force of the collision.
The report of the accident coming to
the city council was the cause of im
mediate action being taken ouce more
to compel the Southern Pacific to in
stall safety devices including a wig-
(wag signal at tma most dangerous
fouietime ago toe city brought a
tion beforo the public service commis
sion to compel the Southern Pacific to
install signalling devices at Capitol on
Union street as several accidents have
happened there the past few years. It
is known to Southern Pacific officials
as tho most dangerous crossing between
Ashland aud l'ortiatnl. .Notwitustanil
mir this fact, the railroad attorneys
made a sueee-sful fvht before the pub
lic service comiu'ssion, and tho city
est its suit
Although it is generally known to
auto drivers as an unsafe and hazard
ous crossing, in the report of the com
mission when it decided against the
city the following iB stated: "From
an examination of the records and
from personal inspection of the site of
this c rossmg, we are of the opinion
that insofar us the physical conditions
aro concerned, it is one of the most
open, crossings in the city of Ntlcm.
The city couueilmen do not agree
with Commissioners Fled (i. Buchtel,
II. H. Corey and Fred A. Williams who
signed tho report June 11, 1919, and
for that reason a motion carried at tne
council 'last cven'iiuf providing that
the city bring suit against the public
service commission requiring it to va
cate the order refusing to establish
signals at this crossing.
Those most familiar "with the cross
ing state that the real danger is from
the Falls C'rty motor ear as nono of the
serious accidents have been from regit
lar trains. As the matter now stands,
the question of signalling devices at
Carritol and Union streets will be tried
before the circuit court. The ttoutnorn
Pacifie has at all times fought every
effort to secure protection at this
crossing, all of which caused Alderman
Vandervort to refer to the public sor-
vic commission as tho "southern l a
m m f ff
On Road; Sheriff Probes
Centralis, Wash., July 22. Slicrlfl
John Berry Is investigating liio story
of Miss Ha sol overly of Ccntralia, who
was found unconscious at night on the
I She said she had fled from an auto-
mobile occupied by a man companion,
and had been overeomo by exhaustion.
, llor hend wits bruised.
7,000 Yanks From Brest
New York, July 22. Tho
Ameiiea arrived today with nearlj 7'i0
officers and men from Brest, including
the famous Sixth i :fantry, complete.
There were, also nearly 9H0 hick .and
wounded on board.
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN M ENT
Umber, general land office, Washing
ton. I). O., Juno 27, rto'nco is
hereby given that subject to the conJi
tions and liuiitatieus of the act of
.Tuno 9, 101(1 ( VJ S'at., 218), and the
insl ructions of the s.-cri-tary of the in -
tenor of September 1;, 1017, the tim -
ner on in.- nuii( iu u"
August 20, WW, at 10 o clock a.m., at
pub ie auct.on at the United Stat.
bind offico at Port and, Oi.'-gon, (o the
hiehe.. hi,1,le, .t not b's. th th. SU-
praised value as shown by this notice.
sale to be subject to tho approval of
of the secretary of tho interior. Tho
purchase pr'n-e, with an additional sum
of one fifth ef one per eent thereof,
boing commissions allowed, must be
d-pnited at time of sale, money to be
returnod if sale is not approved, other -
wise patent will issue for tho timber
rwhich must be removed wuhm ten
'years. Bids will be received from citi
ju fi-r of larger nnif. t. z h., a. J w.
S.-c. 11, N'VY',4 SWy,. red fir 510 M.,
cedar 55 M., SV 8W, red fir 7t0
M., none of the red fir or cedar to be
sold for le! than 1J)0 per M. T. 9 8.,
R. 2 E., Si-e. 5, XE!4 NEW. fir 1090
M., hemlock 270 M NWli -NE'4. fir
K0 M., hemlock 1"0 M., SE!4 NK14,
fir 1770 M., hemWk 250 M., 8WV4
N'F.'i, fir 2390 M.. hemlock 200 M..
NE'4 XW14, fir 630 M.. hemlock 130
M.. N'Wt4 NW'4. fir 1700 M , NEV,
SKvJ, fir 1170 M.. bembxk 120 M.,
SW SE', fir 1030 M., hemlock 50
M. KEVi SEli. fir ll'JO M., hemlock
3o'M., SW14 SEV4, fir 790 M.. SK'i
.HWV, fir 1910 M., NW14 SW, fir
fir to be sold for less than $1.50 per M.,
and none of the hemlock to be sold for
! thsn 75 cut per M. T. 9 8 , B. 3
E.. Sec. 25. KW4 -VW',, red fir W0
M., SE14 JTE'4, red fir 350 M, SW
NE14. red fir 500 M, sons of the red
fir to be ild for Ies than $2 per M.
CLAY TALLMAN, Commissioner, Gen
eral Land Office. 8 16
For Decree From German
py Easband Opens Today
San Francisco, July "2. With the
wife ia the case frankly declaring her
love dead, and with the htu-band mad
ly is lov with hrs wife, the interest
ing- von Brisckea divorce suit eame to
a hearing today U the court of Super
ior Judge Flood.
Mrs. Milo Aberereaibie von Brisck-
en, a San FVancisro beauty of Virgins
stock, is suing the exbaroa Wilhelm
von Brisckea, alleging that she is en
titled to a divorce bccHuas he was con
victed aa the brains of the Germaa spy
system in the west. Von Brinckcs is
serving a term in the federal prison
at MetXeill's island.
The attorneys for von Brim-ken
threw oot the hint before the trial
opened that von Brinchen would not
contest the sait provided his wife
would consent to allow their two chil
dren to ber the name of von fcrincken
This is the final chapter in a romance
that deeply interested socetr on the
coast, the ex-baron was as handsome
as the brde was beaatiful. At that time
the German lieutenant tore none of the
odium attached to that class now.
Mrs. von Brinckou stood firmly by
her husband through his trial and un
til near tho closo cf the war. When
Germany was beaten and the baron's
big estates were confiscated by the rev
olution, and the baron was imprisoned,
the present suit, was brought.
Von Brineken fitrured throughout the
Hindu plot trial. He. was also mention
ed in connection with explosions in
Canadian tunnels. He is now pressing
an appeal to the president to escape
deportation at tho end of his prison
s- ntenee. Ho has fcrsworn allegiance to
Germany and chosen tho United States
as country and fenrs, ho says, thnt for
this act Germany will mistreat him.
Deals Ia Real Estate
P. G. Bowersox to Joseph Kastor,
west half of lot 3. Moraingde uddition
Anna W. Cross to II. U Eerry, lots
9 and 10, block F. Simpsons addition;
Nan E. Dolmar to C. W. Gill, lot 11,
Garden Home Tracts; $1000.
Alois liananski to Frank Massu, lot
1, Wuldo Hills Fruit Farm too. 3;
A. L. Oolton to A. DeGuire, 2.8 acres
in M. Morrison claim 26-6 1 W.
Emil Forctto to Lydia J. Little, f
acres in A. E. Neil claim 9 1 W.; $1000,
A. E. Chcnowith to W. B. New, 39.94
acres in A. P. Davidson claim 17-6 3 W.
V. 0. Hevcns to C. E. Bevins, lot 3,
section 35 9 W; $250.
May Eastman to R. L. Cox, lots
a ,d 2, block 3, Bishops addition.
L. N. Childs to C, Blundcll, lot SI,
block 6, Burlington addition.
Henry Kirkwood to Margaret Are-
luirt, 148 acres in William Phugey claim
09 5 2 W.; $15,000.
Stephen Polrus to O, A. Smith, lots.12
to 17, UolliBter Annex No. 2, Stayton;
Insubordination Casse Of
Bigbee's Release, Report
Los Angeles, Cnl., July 22. "Iutub
ordimition " was tho retisnn fivon by
Uiil Clynier, K -fit tlo manngrtr, for tus
pending idefinitely l.ylo lligbee, con
sib-red Seattle's best pitchi.ig and hit
h:t;- I'"''5"" circles say Bi'uefl
anil ,iymer illtven t u-un j;--i mi uti-nn
too well and Bighi-o objected strenuous
ly to some of (.'Winer's orders.
BRYAN LAUGHS AT DEFEAT
Eugene, Or., July 2U Wiiliam J. Bry
an gave a ehulty and noli political nfter
ii,,ni.'r talk at Uio lion I (j.lioiii lit noon
yesterday tho chamber of commeico hav
ing to idered him a luncheon.' . Promi-
: Uljnt democrats and repubiieniis were
U,, attendance. I'rocli.iming iiim-ej k
, Htrog pftrtian, Mr, Bryan cited history i
to show thut neijier party has bucu aWe
(o Mur wrcrk tfco M ,t m
I J ,B (,(intr()L
, ' ,.
JIr' Ji""1 Pr0V,;d t0 tkU. '"""
Resent that ho is a good sport by
laughing at his own defeat. Jr. Bryan
said thu fact that he likes cherries has
enk. d out since he canio to Oregon and
lie lias been loaded down wiik ift of,
(quantities of tho choicest varieties. Hoj
i sunt '"J'here is no cherry liko tho Ore-j
1 ;,u i berry, and 1 liml y nit epplxs i thoi
I f;. a tt world." I
i u K,,i,ko to a lurw udii-nce at the '
huiitiiiiriua tent yesterday iifternoo.:i
and left Inst evenisi; for UoMihurj,
((..LIBERTY BOND QUOTATIONS
New York. Ju y 22. Liberty bond
quotations 1 p. m.: Vi'n, dJJji; first)
4's, 92.70; second 4'h. U'l.lM; first 4ls,i
9I.H0; second 4 '4 's, 93.72; third 4 ''&,!
j 94.88; fourth 414 's, 93.40; victory 2
99.98; 3's, 99.90.
W. II. Kaufman, Bellingham, convict
ed r.nd Bcnteneed to serve 5 years for
espionage, has In en granted a new trial
liy the United States circuit Court of Sp-l-esls.
Umatilla eounty is harvesting an n-j
iiciialiy Inre efp of wheat, but reports
from Pendleton aro that there will be
no shortage ia farm hands.
Tho Standard Box k Lumber company;
at Hi liofield. Or, is preparing to rebuild
following a fire tlmt destroyed j,uU,'if
f et of lumbi r "d th- scwnml, plaui g
mill and rxiw 'h'-ns.
'Torget If Bay At Home
Tomorrow's Big Sale
Children's Play Sets
These sets consist of a very practical double apron
that completely covers the dress, and are made from
high quality light percales with a sun-bonnet made
from the same material.
Ages 2 to 10 years.
This is our 964th WEDNESDAY SURPRISE.
I'hey were bought 8 months ago on a low market, and
bought then to sell at special for D9 cents, so you see
this is a big value. TOMORROW ONLY
t - visst viihis
You Can Always
Received By County Clerk
V. (I. Dover, counts clerk, can now
adminiter the oath of forswearing aj-
legiutwe to foreign governments in
proper form to those who would like
to become real Americans, ns this morn
ing he received from the-.U. S. depart
ment of labor full instructions for
During the. past year or so those who
wished to forswear allegiance to (ler-
many or Austria-Hungary named the
present government over there, as the
expression "present government" cov
ered all kinds of governments.
Now however, allegiance can ibe far
sworn as follows: For Germans, ex
cept Poles and German Czechs, allegi
ance can bo forsworn to Germany or
any independent state within tho for
mer bound of the Urn-man empire.
Those from Austria-Hungary may
now forswear allegiance to Auslria
Ilungary or any independent slate with
in the former bounds of the (former
Austrian-Hungarian empire. Austrian
Poles and Czeclio-Hlovaks are exempt
Russians sow forswear alliance to
Russia or any government within the
former Ttuwian empire.
Poles renoiinco allegiance to the re
publiU of Poland while the Cmecho
Hlovaks mention the Czechoslovak re
public. The title of tho present ruler
of Bulgaria is Boris, scar of Bulgaria.
Governor Hart of Washington if plun
u'tifi tn issue an executive order plac
ing tho eight hour law In effect in slate
FIND DAIRYING SURE
f X. '" 7'trV Wr"""' truiAn
LL-- JJJ't&r cfeip
i r :n C" t.;o;- I - ' '
tn flct.ii .rir. w-3-i ha in Irvt
ple,art 'nnfn to i awaited
thousimds of Cun.t-lian r jMiet. The
returned vetcrun have round homes
in tho great mixed f wins wtintfv
cpeticd up fcy the C wan Nationiil
Bailwzy -rt ths f-w.i-: River vallsy of
Man'-toha nnd th '-"Tnit-in, I'r.nco
Ati.Af mnA t .r' f'.pr llisLrVtS 'A
Faski'U-liewan. and ars itropAritiR
tiM-n-ns rialrvvne.-. ar.il n-.nl: Cana-Iii
one n' the dairv fitsm of tiis wo'ld
4-v so ..ar kico Wtl;
Mnr.r.ba. for Instance, was mi
, port; .ir fifty ars, or mora thsn
, l.'.'t- '.I M eo-t-ift. r.f tutier srirtqaa
: lrcm vasterD laiiaoa. in lanvir".
Mt-t pn.mt ttported 17ft car. of
! Ntter. or more than 4
! roun:s, to mitcra Canada, and csr-
I ricd oJ the honors in th Canadi-
Do Better At ;
HOW TO LOOK AND FEEL
BRIGHT IN HOT WEATHER
When depressed by (ho heat and yon
want to freshen up for the afternoon
or ovening, just bathe Iho face in a lo
lion made by dissolving aa ounce of
pure powdered" saxolite in a half pint
of witch hazel. You will find this more
refreshing tbaa an hour's rest.
As a wrinkle remoter tho axolil'
lotion Is remarkably successful. Its
action is almost magical. The deepest
furrows, as well as the finest lines
whether due to age, illness, weather or
worry are immediately affected. Er
larged pores are reduced, f hubby skin is
"drawn in," facial contour is improv
ed wonderfully. The simple ingredients
of eourse can be had at any drugstore,
and you need not hesitate to try the
lotion, as it will not harm any skin in
Despite the fact that tho beer indus
try no longor exists in tho United Stale
the demand for bops is exceedingly
strong. Less than 2000 bales of hop
of fall growths and qualities remain ia
In Joints Of mus
cles, give a brisk
YOUR BODYGUARD" -30r-.60MT.20
ROAD TO WEALTH
,,.; , ,.n; ;n ts. t-y..j wiu
t i, -j ie f.-,r buiu-r mors than
a fonth o!.l v.1:jh it was nidged,
1. prices bro-ight ni-cut ly the
w .Id shortage, and the bitf returns
t) fiinn..r pcoSting through their
jtovernmen t-n'-i-'d co-operutivo
c. - .rv.-r as hE nia-ie auirymn
a io'A to agri-nUuial w.ealia a.
m ev r the bennnza crops. 1
'lovemtneiit loiiiis to farmers,
ii for the purchase
;,f cattle, m-j
of animals on!
.:ie'l'-e,l th r.vn-l.cl'
fnr,. ,A 1 Inn ,. .a more nan
CO In yc.'.r and helped bm.t
- . sn:u
rJ dairv prouucx.on nun
I, .nin... tn n tA-j .luartt-ty. lo-
'.-eutive fffjinenrs in Saskstche-
- n miw- "".' ', ". , ,.,,i.,m. f
: farmer, incn-as-u ul- ;';
I ii..ii.- mere Vi M0 vet c n and
j ieole.red sn v U nt dutdtnd
-: -.. !-- farmer ihWt-