THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1919. FACE FIVE. !! THE JOURNAL'S NEW TODAY JOURNAL WANT AD DEPARTMENT IS THE BEST SELLING IIEDIUM LN MARION COUNTY-TRY THEM FOR RESULTS CLASSIFIED ADVEBTISXNO EATXS: Bats per word New Today; ack Insertion . In . Se On week (6 insertions) ... One month (26 insertions) . 17e The Capital Journal will not be re sponsible for more than one insertion, foi errors in Classified Advertisements Bead your advertiseo'ent the first day It appears and notify Us immediately if error occurs. Minimum charge, 13c. F1KST class room and board close in. 495 N. ComX Phona 144. tf make the beet power prune dippers. Balem Mfg Co., 139S N. Front tit. tf BOOTS cleaned, painted, patched and tarred. Phone C. C. Kays at 1C18. 7 -27 AIVOUT 50 rabbits for sale chenp. Phone 1217, 403 N. 20th. 7 26 JAS. LYON'S practical painter. Phone 704. tf FOR KENT 16 room house, very reas onable. Phone 1737W. tf W. BEAVER well driller. Thone 827J, 1105 N. 19th St. Salem, Or. 8-8 W. F. WRIGHT, Turner, auctioneer, Why not get hiiul tf WANTED Woman for general house work, 464 N. Liberty St. 7 20 10 Loganberry pickers wanted; good picking. Phone 1USF4. 7-23 WANTHD 30-30 Savage, stato price. Address Savage care Journal. . 7-26 FOB SALE (By owner, strictly modern 5 room bungalow. Tel. 1598M. tf WANTED Modern 5 or 6 room house unfurnished, permanent tenant. Phono tf FOB SALE 1913 Excelsior motorcycle fully equippod 00. Lloyd E. Eams den, 387 Court St. 7-26 ,WAiNTEI Experienced salesman for men 'a furnishing, shoes, etc. J 23 care Journal. 7-25 TINXEE wanted, state experience Sil verton JMow Pipo Co., Silverton, Or. 7-30 FOB SATjE-Fresh Durham eow, five years old, will sell or trade for 'boot cow. 715 a 12th street. - 7-23 cow. 113 d. itiia struct. TWO stray horses, a bay and a sorrel, on Dunn's farm, Kt. 1, box 72A, Sa lem. 725 LOOT Puppy, part Airdale and part rat terrior, near fairgrounds, reward if returned to 1298 N. Church. 7 26 WANTED-Girl or woman to assist with light housework. Phone P72K. 7-25 HERE'S a bargain, a fine R. S. How ard piano for sale for 200 cash. Call t 519 Court St. afternoons. 7 29 liOST Sack of halters, ropes and tf rails on Dallas read. Call 213fiM. 1 726 WANTED Good shotgun 12 guage re- peater preferred. Ben Wipper, Tur ner, Or. 7 26 FOB BENT Sleeping rooms and furn ished apartments. Inquire 132 8. Church. 725 WANTED 1000 suit to clean. C. Ezra Sparks, tailoring and cleaning, 1855 State St. Phone 508. 8 14 DEKORATO sanitary wall tint, best made; beautiful new colors. Bureos Com'l St. tf WALL PAPEB 15 cents per double rcll upward. Buren's Furniture Store. 179 Commercial. tf FURNISHED souse wanted, 6 or 7 room modern furnished house. Will lease for year. Call 2219. tf FOB SALE Three young O. I. C brood sows, have pigs Aug. 15. (75 each. C Muller, 1 mile south McN'ary Station. 7 26 ft . Wo bny and sell notes, wort- r"1 a" kinds of bonds. HAWKINS & EOBEETS ft S14 Hfsonie Building ft Salem, Oregon BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS 5-FH WE LOAN MONEY FOR FIVE YEARS. WE AL LOW YOU TO PAY $100.00 OR MULTIPLE ON THE PRINCIPAL ON ANY INTEREST DATE. WE CLOSE OUR LOANS PROMPTLY. HAWKINS & ROBERTS 314 Mason Bldg, M Ms MM M MHt FOB SALE Baled hay in field, one mile east of city. Phone 194. tf HAVE good cow to trade for work horse. 1'hone 26P5.- 7 26 FOR SALE Cheap one bay mare. 1S25 S. 13th. 7-26 WANTED 3 cords good tody ash . wood. Phone 138. tf WOMAN wanted to care for invalid. Address 2090 Ferry 6t. 7 86 MEN wanted at itile works Bear fair crounds. Apply Salem Tile k Mercan tile Co. tf LADY helpers at house work wanted immediately ot 435 N. Liberty St. Pernfnent if satisfactory. ji-26 WANTED Young marc who has had some experience in the express bus iness. Agent, American Kail way Ex press. 7-23 FOR SALE Or trade good Shetland ponv, buggy and harness. I hone S3 F3.' . 7-28 FOB SALE Evenrudo motor and row brat, motor just overhauled, will sell together or separate. Call 52F11. 7123 FOR SALE Jersey and Guernsey eow giving 3 gallons of milk per day, test 6.1 percent. J. D. Waring Co. 7-23 I HAVE a Ford roadster delivery to trade for a 5 passenger Ford, or oth er 5 pawonger ear, will pay differ ence. Write Auto care Journal. 7-29 A GENUINE Chickering piano, rebuilt and ia fine shape, will sell for $250 cash. See Wiley B. AUen Co., 519 Court St. Call afternoons. 7-29 MEN wanted for sawmill and yard work. No charge for wood, water or rent for families. Steady work. Jan. Cole, Dcvitt, Or. 8-2 LOGANBERRY pickers wanted; will take back and forth in auto morning and evening; 2o per lb, good pick ing. Phone 373 after 7 p. m. tf WANTED Address of a few large poultrymcn; ean sell your eggs and make yon s good profit. H T care Journal. 7-31 WANTED 3 young men as salesmen and collectors, permanent positions with good chance for advancement. See Kincaid, Singer Shop, 337 State St. , , 7-29 WANTED To rent grain ranch of 150 bo 200 acres with pasture and good buildings; will pay cash or shares. Write F E care Journal. tf WANTED Wood chopper, 2J0 up per cord, good camp gropnd. Enquire Blessing's cigar store, A. J. Ander- ts FOR SALE Nine room konse, large lot modern conveniences, double garage close in, on street car lint and paved street. G L care Journal. tf WASTED To rent by respectable cou ple about Aug. 1, small furnished housi or suite light housekeeping rooms, down town location prefer red; no children. Address P B X pure Journal. 7-26 FIFTY women wanted in preparatory and packing departments. Stea.ly work and good wngos. Apply at onre Salem Kines Products conipanv. Front and Market streets. 7 26 WANT to secure a $900 loan on acre age security werth $2500;also a $1000 loan on a $25(N) residence with large lot. Both parties are very reliable. Seo me at once. Socolofsky. tf FOR RENT 8 rooms, toilet, sewer and electric lights, $12 per month, 1215 Marion St. 5 room furnished Tat, no children, $15 per month. John H. Scott Realty Co., 404 Hubbard bldg. tf FARMERS ATTENTION We handle the old reliable Page fence direct from factory in car load lots; Per fection Automatic Gates Milwsukee air pressure water systems, fresh wa ter direct frnrs spring or well. Ix J. Davenport, T. D. Allen, Hilverton, Page fence men for Marion and Clackama counties. 8 18 HAT BIDS INVITED Ts ndnw?ned will receive sealed bids np till 5 o'clock p. m. Monday, August 4, 1919, for the purchase of 30 tons of gTain and Vetch hay, crop 1919. The city reserves the right to re ject all or any part of a hid. EARL BACK, T 28 City Recorder. LOANS - 6 Salem, Oregon vmmim KilAKI colored tent for rale, in first class condition, 12x16. Phone 1431. tf WANTED Ifjod milch cow giving milk, Jersev preferred. Write Rt. 3, box 91. " 7 31 LADY cultured, ambitious; position I outside city. o00 for sirst sti months Address H T 2 care Journal. 7 23 FOR RENT 5 room modern bungalow, barn or garage, $12. Phone looltt, 11. C. O'Neill. 7-28 WANT to buy from owner house of not less than 5 rooms, with garden and fruit, or small acreage. 210 Mar ket St. 7-26 FOR SALE One six oom cottase with fireplace and furnace. Also one tightroora hum. Both have gas and tleetric lights. Within three blocks cf state house. Py owner. A. J. Ba-t-ey, 091 S. Capitol street, 7-31 EXTRA GOOD BUYS H4 acres orchard, 4 room cottage, barn and chicken house near fair grounds. Is a dandy buy. Pay $700 and take VB time on the oiher half. (Near street car. Good 5 room house on good street, one half aero, fine family orchard. 4 $1400, half cash. Is worth UR while. 5 room modern California bungalow 011 Ferry St. ready to move in at $1400 half cash. Is hard to beat. - 8 room plastered house in S. Salem for $2200, $300 cash, balunco like rent, with fruit, berries and gartien. Is a ami p. 7 room modern bungalow, new, up to date in every particular, for quick sale $2750, $1500 cash, balance 3 years. Lo cated near fairgrounds. JOHN H. SCOTT REALTY CO. 404 Hubbard bldg. OLESON'S AUTO EXCHANGE 349- N. COM. Y. M. C. A. BLOl '& USED CARS BOUGHT FOB CASH OR BOLD ON COMMISSION. 1917 Ford, first class condition (4"0 Light Buick four, express body $"25 1918 Chevrolet sedan 5 passenger Ovreland to trade fot lot 1918 Studebaker $950 5 passenger, light Studcbahei four electric starter and lights $500 1917 Saxon six $700 1915 Overlaid $300 We wreck autos for their par'.a, this enables you to get old ear parts at a bargain. Cash price paid for junk ears. 5-passenger Studebaker, $180. Wo sell oils, grease, old anto parts tires and accessories. PHONB m SEALED BEDS INTO1 ED Concrete bids will be received by school district No. 24, Marion county, Oregon, Hr the layinfe of eoneret sidewalks at the Lincoln, Grant and Highland schools. Plans and specifi cations are now on file with the clerk for examination. Bids will be opened at the regular meeting, August ISth, 1919. The right to rejoct any or all bids is reserved. A certified check for 5 per cent of the amount of each bid must accompany same. Address all bT3 in plain envelope, marked "Bids on concrete walks," to W. H. Burghardt, Jr., 371 Stato street, Salem, Oregon. 730 PACIFIC EMPLOYMENT CO. "Always at Ycur Sirvice" Help of all kinds Furnished Free to Employers tnrwsiiu. loutu mm. wiu n mm j. r. comm. iw. 131-23 BuriuM SixmL Portland, Oroa NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERNMENT timber, general land office, Washing ton. D. O, June 27, laii. notoes is hereby given that subject to the condi tions and limitations of the act of Juno 9, 1918 (39 Stat., 21S), and the instructions of the secretary of the in terior of September 15, 1917, the tim ber on the following lands will be sold August 20, 1919, at 10 o'clock a. m., at public auction at the United States land office at Portland, Ot.gon, to the highest bidder at not less than the ap praised vslue as shown by this notice, sale to bo subject to the approval of of the secretary of the interior. The pnrchase price, wifh an additional sum of one fifth r,f one per cent thereof, being commission allowed, most be dopositcd at time of sale, money to be returnH if sal" is not nrpT0vcd, other wise patent wiTi issue for the timber which must bo removed within ten years. Bids will be received from citi aens of the United StaUs, associations of such citiiens and corporations or ganized under the laws of the United State or any atate, territory or dis trict thereof only. Upon application of a qualified purchase, the timber on any legal subdi vision will be offored serp' jrately before being included ia any of fer of larger nit. T. 2 N., R. 3 8c. 11, NWVi SW'4. red fir 510 M., cedar 55 M., 6W14 SW'4, red fir 740 M., none of the red fir or cedar to be sold for less than $1.50 P"r M- T- 9 8 -R. 2 E., Sec 5, NEK fc'E, fir 1190 M., hemlock 270 M, NW "NE fir HSO V., hemloek 150 M, SE N'F.'4, fir 1770 M, keylock 250 M., SWV NE4, fir 2390 M hemlock 200 M NEW NWtt. fir &S0 U., temlwk 130 M.. Nwy4 NW14, fir nm M., NE'4 PEW, fir 1170 M.. hemlock 120 M-, NWVi SE4. fir 1630 M., hemlock 50 M. SEV, SE'4, fir 1190 M, hemlock 30 M, SWVi SEW, fir 790 M.. NEW SWW, fir 19-.0 M., NWW SWW, fir 2100 M.. SEW SWW, fir 1050 M.( HWW 8WW, fir 1250 none of the fir to be sold for less than $1.50 per M., snd none of the hemlock to be sold for less than 75 ent pr M. T 9 8., R. 3 E., See. 25. SWW NWW. red fir WO M.. SEW NEW. rfi fir 350 H, SWH NEW "d fr r,nn M none of the red fir to be siM for less than $2 per M. CLAY TALL VAX, Commissuiser, Gen eral Land Office. I 16 STATE HOUSL State Engineer Nunn has returned f re ni a tour of the coast highways in Coos and CXtrry counties, going as far south as Crescent City, California, in order to get an idea of the progress being made on the coast to interior highway by the California people. One matter of importance investigated was the route of a connecting highway be tween the Pacific highway and the Coast highway through the mountain region between Monumental and Wal do. Mr. Nunn states that good progress s being made on all the units of road work through western Oregon. WOCLD like to lent two or three un furnished rooms. Phone 1094. 7-28 WANTED Laundress at Oregon state tuberculosis hospital. Phoue 433. 7-28 PLAIN sewing wanted. Mrs. J. P. Reed, 325 IS. 14th. Phone 331X1. 7 31 FOR SALE Four year old fresh Jer sev cow. 715 S. 12th St. over garage. 7-25 WILL trade Overland model 90 for Ford and difference. E 22 care Jour nal. 7-2(1 NEWPORT cottage completely furn ished, situated on beach at Nye creek for rent until Aug. 15. Phono 79. 7-28 FOR SALE Cheap used Ford rond ster body. Salem cue company, lt N. Commercial street. 7.25 "LOGANBERRY pickers wanted; go to end of Salem Heights street car aud turn east at third cross roads, pay 3c until finished X. Beer. 7-28 FOR SALE Good used Ford roadster looks like new, guaranteed to be per fect $475. Salem Velio company. 102 N. Commercial street. 7 25 WANTF1 Now befere rainy season, your leaky roofs, to repoir and (mint. Now is the time to prepare for wet season. All work guaranteed. Lowest prices; estimates free. Address Frank Mayo, Gen. IV1., Salem, t)r. 7-28 GOOD INV E8TM ENTS 1 0 acres on paved street close in $2200. 100 acres improved close to town, $4200. 500 acres elose to town, buildings and orchard, $12.50 per acre. 8 room bun galow close in, $2000. 6 room mod ern bungalow, good location, $3000. 3 room new house, good lot, $550. 40 acres fine land $H0 per aero, or trade for close in home. F. L. Wood, Bayne bldg. 7-28 GOOD BUYS 60 aero tract, 20 seres of prunes, 5 acres of pears, some timber, pasture, good house, dryer located 4 miles south of Salem on good road. Price $16, 500. 7 room modern home located two blocks from the state house. Price $3, 600. ' 5 acre of good berry land located 4 miles south of Salem, all cultivated, good location, rock road. Price $1000. 10 acres all cultivated, 6 acres of bearing prunes, cood crop, balance of land would make first class prune, lo- gnnberry or strawberry land. ITice $3500. 1G0 acre tract, 80 acres bearing Ital ian prunes, 20 acres cherries, good prune crop, balance of land in timber and pasture, good house, barn, stock, machinery and household goods goes. Price $15,000. Good 5 room modern bungalow, lo cated at 1290 N. Winter street. Price $1700. Good 0 room modern bungalow close to school and carline. Price $1300; $".00 down, balance to suit at 6 per cent int. Well improved 10 aero traet, good 9 room modern house, bearing fruit and walnuts, close to carline, sightly loca tion. Price $10,000. 6.30 acre tract, nearly all cultivated, good house, best of soil, several ehick enhousca. Price $2750. Teiuis. - 17 aero tract, 10 acres of bearing or chaid, mostly prunes; house and barn, located on main Pacific highway. Price $3500. Terms. 303 acre farm, 200 acres under Cul tivation, balance timber and pasture, house and barn, locnted near Kilvertnn, about 12 milis from HiiJciii. I'rice $100 per acre. 10 acres all cultivated, good 5 room plnstercd bungalow, barn, well, 5 acre prunes, 2Vi acres in logans, 4 miles from Salem. Price $1500. If vou wast to buv or sell, see W. H. GRABENIIORST & CG. 275 State street 7 26 STATEMENT Of Ladd Uiifh, bankers, of Salem, county of Marion, state of Oregon, showing Uie aiuuuul standing to the credit of every depositor July 1, 1919, who has not made a deposit, or who has not withdrawn any part of his deposit (commercial deposits), princi pal or intercut, for a period of more than seven (7) years immediately prior to said date, with the name, lawt known place of residence or postof fice address of such depositor, and the, fact of hi' death, if known. Fostner, Mary C, Salem, Oregon, $20 Lavey, P. C.'k Co., 495 State street, Salem, $37. Martin, Mrs. Alice, Palem, $20.50 Cherry Citv Plumbing and Heating Co., Salem, $7.34. Wann, T. W. Salem, $1(5.X0. State of Oregon, County of Marion, I, Wm. 8. Waltfln, being first duly worn, depose and say upon oath, that I am the cashier of Iadd Kiwh, bank ers of Salem, county of Marion, stste of Oregon; that the foregoing state ment is a full, true, correct and com plete statement, showing the name, last known residence or post office ad 'dress, fact of death, if known, and I the amount to the credit of each de 'positor as required by the provisions !of chapter 14H, of the Oen"ral Laws of Oregon, 1917. WM. 8. WALTON. Subscribed and sworn to before me this I3tk day of July A. D. 1919. 1 SEAL) L. P. ALT) KlfTT, Notary public for Oregon. My commission ertrtre Nor. 23, 1919. July IS 25 Ang 1-1 FIRST AERIAL (Continued from page one) weather conditions were good enough for scores oY ether aviators te fly in this vicinity on the dsy ii question. Postal authorities at the aviation field denied admittance to npvi men and refused all inlornuiiun con cerning the department's plans for meetfrg the situation. Planes Claimed Unsafe The striking pilot expressed belief thr.t their comrades at Cleveland, Chi cago and Belief onte, Pa., would join them. They did not believe the poyt- offiee authorities would ai tempi to em ploy strikebreakers. The type of planes furaished them constituted cue of the chief grievances of the strikera They said the machines were too sheedy for safe landings ami that they larked necessary safity tppli ances. With a better type cf plane, the pilots contended, many of the recent accidents to mail carriers would have been averted. Fully a score of accidents, resulting in ' the death of two pilots and damage to ten niaehim-a they attribued to being' forced to fly in bad weather with 11 faulty machine. ' Leo Cites Dairs, Leo appeared at the aviatioa field, despite his recent discharge. 'I won't go up in foggy waither with the big machine, as I can see less' than 100 feet ahead," he said. "Thc; smaller machine is nil right; it is slow-; er. With the big machine it is often necessary to fly o ,ly 150 or 1100 feet above the ground. At thut height the j big liberty motor is likely to get hot.' Tu that case a man lias to inukc 1. quick : lauding. If this were done in a city it would be dangerous to the people below, as well as the pilot." j The only other aviator at the field was Pilot KiililicK, who armed nere yesterday from Wusliingt". Oaths Are Violated, The striking pilots are liable to ar rest for violation Of their oath of of fice to the government, D. E. Jordan, assistant superintendent of the New York postoffieo, declared this after uoon. , Jordan pointed out that the aviators have the same status as n soldier or sailor. All the strikers, lis well as the two men discharged arc "througn" Jordan said. Most of the strikers ate former army aviators. All scheduled mail flights were mndn today after some delay, Jordan said, in cluding the Now York-Washington and New York-Chimgo trips. The machines were operated by reserve operators. Jordan emphasised that these reserve men were regular employes, not "striks breakers." Fostal Officials Firm. Washington, July 25.The postal aviator flying from Washington to Now York, left Washington abont 11 o'clock today, thirty minutes behind schedule, postoffiee officials announced. Officials also said the plan from Chicago to Cleveland would leave on time. The department was awaiting defi nite word from Mineola beforo admit ting that the aerial mail could not be brought to Washington. Postoffiee officials adrn'tted that strike of air mail aviators would proba bly mean a tiuup of the service bclwcon Now York and Washington until new pilots can be obtained. Assistant Postmaster General Prae gor, in charge of the snrvico, doclarml that the two pilots discharged would not to be taken back and added that when the mail avintors were refusing to go up other aviators were taking passen gers ror nire. , The aviators, Prnegcr said, must ttki mail when tins postoffiee dr jflitmoiit lias ninil ready tu go. Chicago Not Affected. Chicago, July 25. The Chiiugo jiokI office has Tot been notified of a prob able delay duo to a strike of pilots, in arrival of planes enrrying tho Chicago New York nir moil, it was stated to day. One flyer was to arrive hero this nft ernoon, It was snid. Cleveland Flyers On Hand. .Clecvland, Ohio, July 25. -Air mail service was not affected here toiiay uj the strike of aroiilune mail pilots In New York. j The doren aviators comprising thej Cleveland eir mail force spiicarcd at! the hangars early today for tlicir daily trips. LIFT OFF CORNS! Drop Freezona on t touchy corn, then lift that com off with fingers 1 A K'tfr Doesn't hnrt a bit! Drop a little Frcczone on an aching corn instautly that corn stops hurting, then you lift it right out. Yes, maic! No humbug! A tiny bottle of Freezone et but a few cents at any dnig store, bat is sufficient to romove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between tfce t"s, j and the taJlu-, wiUout soreness or 1 irritstion. j Freonc is the senational discov ery of a Cincinnati genius. It i wonderful. 1 1 twin ' Keep Your Money In Salem And Preserve Your Lrxal Payrolls Advance Fall Shipments It is impossible to tell everything in our AD about our BIG STORE But Let this brief announcement "ADVANCE FALL SHIPMENTS" Inform you that we are daily receiving EXPRESS SHIPMENTS of the New Things for Fall Today we received a most beautiful line of WAISTS. No house in America will show anyxrJng more DAINTY, more BEAUTIFUL or more CORRECT. To Make Room for These Shipments Wc have put SPECIALS on lines to be closed out, which mean MONEY IN YOUR POCKET to BUY NOW. You Can Always Do Better At gqmammmaimKammmmJSKimmdn n iilliillllUn inr WlkiillWIl'liWmWlCT ADOPTION OF (Continued from page one) excluding Jnpancse from their territor ies under immigration laws. J I or peo ple are. smarting under the alleged stlg ma. "It is the most sensitive question In the Jupaneso empire. Think yon tho Japanese government will neglect the opportunity again to insist on rcsorva- tioua on this point if negotiations arc ever reopened f "Think you the Italian parliament, having the opportunity would hesitate to place in the treaty reservations which they believe neecssary to protect Ital isn interests at Fiuino, Dalmutia and along the Adrlaticf Other Reservations Loom. "And the French, chamber of depn ties, has demanded of Clemenceau the evidence upon which ho based his sign ing of tho treaty without proviunig for a standing army under the league to protect the borders of France. "Would there be cause ror surprise if Groat Britain, under the circum stances, should add a reservation that limitation of naval armaments should not apply to that government, by reason of Great Britain's peculiar situation! "UiiImbs we approve the treaty as It stands we open the door to all the dis astrous possibilities of renewal of dis- V' counsellor to tho Italian embas sy In Wnshinirton. VHOArMIOOrWORKf ssssHsfJsMl '"mp 1,1,1 '"b ' - I - YE LIBERTY-STARTING SUNDAY UNITED BTATES RAH.liOAD ADM1NISTKATION DIItKCTOB GKNKBAL OF BA1LI10ADS SOUTH KR PACIFIC UAI1.HOAD-UNE3 NORTH OF ASHLAND Vacation Resorts A vacation is a good investment. ' Best and change are ver, bene fieinl to bodily health and mental vigor-July aud August ar the ideal vacation months. Attractive summer resorts are within easy nach. t.x eursioi tickets are on sale. KEWPOKT Heason Tickets from Halom J-8-' Weekend Tickets from Balem - M-M Corn spondir.g fares from other points. TILLAMOOK COUNTY BEACHES heason Tickets from Balem Ji.70 Fan s to Nenh Knh Nlo, Manzanita and Bsyocean slightly higher corresponding fires from other points. OXTBOIT fVason Tickets from 8lim J4.0U Corresponding fares from other points. McCEEDIE HOT EPRINO- Heason Ticket from Salem ;XATER LAKE Huist)n Tii-1 ot from Rulem 15 Pay Tii kct from Halem rornspoc'lin;; fares from other points. Park will open about July 1st. MAEBLE HALLS OF OREifON Heason Tickets from Sab in 15 De Tickets from Corn sponding fares VARIOUS Social Fan- in effect to Co'umbis, I!iver Bcav.vs, t. Fuinier National Park. Pl.ns'a Resorts, Yelowstoac XitionaJ Pork and Glacier Nation.-il Park. Inquire of Ticket Agent H sension. Referring to reports that Senator Lodge had been assured by prominent llrili.ib. and French stuti suiea (lut those governments would accept American res ervations, Pittmtrn (K-rlnred, no one in Knglund or France could give lucli ax surances in advance of a knowledge cf what reservations might be. Yankee Sprinter Knighted By Ruler Of Montenegro Pasadena, Cal., July 25. "I'm now Sir Charles Willium Paddock oh, boy," wrote Charles Paddock, eta sprinter of the inter allied games in, Paris, in a letter to bis parents, jnst received here. Paddock explained that he was knighted following his victories on tho kinder, path by the king of Montese gro and was given tho right to tbe same rank in the Montenegrin army a j he holds in tho American army, that of lieutenant. ITALY NAMES AMBASSADOR Eome, July 24. Giaeomo Dc Murtiiio, director general of the foreign office, was named Italiun ambassador to Cer oid "V todnv. Prince OlliaU Villa Franca was ap- t8.55 $2.30 'J6.10 (13.30 1 8ali from o;her points. IATT !N E SCOTT, JU- General Passenger Agent.