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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2. 1919.
VII I 1U.II J
Mr. and Mrs. George Campbell. Miss
J. sneti M. Campbell no J. Hubert
Campbell of Los ngWe. who havs
ueen penning a mourn at me uoaie vr
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Smith oa tie Wal-j
la.f road, win leave juonuay tor ineiri
In regard to the new car that Henry
l'.ird U working on. Ueorge Viek who
roomily returned from lMroit and
Mifwiff with Ford, say that it i to
le an eight evlinilcr, air tooled far, and
that it will sell for about 10O0. The
V'nr.1 factors- wbieh was uisiuiiac'turiue
the "Eaglet" boat for the- govern-
meat has been converted iuto au auto-
mobile factory for this new car. -Rut
there aeed 1' bo ruth about baying,
Mr. Vrrk said, as the ear will uot be
on the market until the full of lt-0.
...Xow that tha telegraph companies
have been returned by the govern-l(;(mrm,r mf Mr iJJloU m;the murder or um.an ,-eu .ou, . .0.
meat to the.r owners, the chances are; , . , tplltatlv.. .,ial,sCarrol Warden. 18, and Harold Howell.
n.iod tor competition, inquirv at Hie ,
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forth the reply that a tea word day1''"'0 '""'S ,1,l V . "iakt
message to Chicago would to l and their headquarter. 1.1. Salem. l.Ui.i.ate
New York, UO. At the Postal the ; lv expected that a stati-u will be
iLiv rate for a ten word dav message ! placed at Roseburg, ullhougk the land
tjChieago was given as K.Weuls aud.ing facilities at that loint ai- not mif -
to New York, 81.10.
y. t n. v.v r ann.MaH.
VT. A IW1AIU1 VI , I " .
i n iviirai r v i.niiin in Trnill Alllitiiv lfisr !
night and this nioriiing left for Port-!
l.-nul uliore hn will iuin the M:i7imas '
oa their annual outing. There aro abou
i 'he party, and their objettiva
Uiis season ii the summit of Mt. Kai
n or. Jr. iFranklin whs formerly a mom-!
bor of the friierra club of t alitornia, ,
aud has climbed to a height of 13,tXH
feet without dsieomfort, so is coufi-1
dent Mt. Rainier, although it is over i
14,111X1 feet and verv hard climbing.
The party will go to Taeonia tomor-
row, anil from there to Ashford, from
hich point their hiug hiae is eturted.
Their camp will be a mile or two above,
Paradise- Inn on .Mu.aina ridge, nt an!
elevation of about (WOO feet. From I
there side trips will be made to various
peaks, glacier and lakes, tho entire
outing occupying two weelTs. r.nch
rr ember of the party pays a fee of $4S
from Portland, which covers all ex
pooscs of the trip.
A buildtrg permit has ben Issued
to Kniiis Wait for a one story frame
b;iilding to be erected at 431 North
Front street. It will cost about $ltXI
and Frank Baker is the builder.
W..T. Kigdon and family left thi;
evening for a visit of two or three'
day with relatives nt Jefferson. j Statistics in the office of State En
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Orny of Eugene Linoer ('minor show that since the n-
passed through the city yesterday in
the course of an automobile trip thru
Following were some of the recent
a'rivnls at the liligh hotel: Mt. and
Mis. F, ('. Randall, Portland; Paul M.
Smith, Dallas; 'E. 0. Keyt, McMinn
ville; E. H. IdVMahun, Uervais; John
Itfiiiritson, inil City; Mrs. A. R. East
Among the guests at the Capital
hotel are Thos. Valentine, Falls City;
H. E, Brown, Marion, S. Campbell,
Mr. and Mrs. Thus. Camplbcll of The
Dalles ate guests at tho Marion hotel
Chas. A. Park returned recently
from a visit to southern Idaho where
be went to look after property inter
ests. He states that the grain and al
falfa crops in that district are .offer
ing froui drought, and that the if in i t
crop is very short as the result of late
fros(s last spring.
Cl,VKLIi At a city hospital, August
1. lll, Mrs. .lane 4Wwell at the
age of HI years. Mhe has bcn ia the
hospital for about one year. Her
bono- formerly was with W. Keethey
of West Stay ton.
She is survived by a niece Mrs. It,
J. Thompson of Ontral Point, Or. Tha
funeral services were held this after
noon from thp Rigdon chapel .ml were
conducted by the Rev. li. Aldm-li.
linrial was in the le Missiou cemetery
KINDER At a city hospital August
1. it'll. William B. Kinder at tho
age of ti".
He is survived by one sou, Joseph
Kinder, fnur brothers ami one sisier.
He had been making his koine with
Mrs. tirace Walliiig of this city snd
Mrs. Ha Hawey of Portland.
The funeral services will be held
Fiuiilay (ifteiiioon at 2:"0 o'clo- k from
the Hirlon chapel. Knrial will bp
the City View cemetery.
KP KI.1V .At-s local hospital, Au-;ust
i !!''.. r rank .Mci.nn, at tin-ae ot
He -. n fncmA .w,..l .f U ,).,
and during bis residence 'here, was i or kill them off. We are under the
tr.e4,s -Mh-MKiM,. A esr-riWrMmrweioii that fb totintrr publisher.
he removed froot Salem to l'ortland.
tfe U survived l.v . brother. I. C. Aiek.
ia f Kugene. ' .
The fimeml . seriics will be held
morning at 9 0 clock at the
chajHl of the Kig,bm company. Burial
will lie in Hip Odd fellows eemetery. )V .-tdiafcers fiffeite'l should combine sad
1 ' demand thai this law also include Port
Santa Barbara, Cal. Exclusive San-1 'and. Let the tutor, decide.
t.-i Barbara is to be demcr!.iiieu. Atj "
least, William Jennings lirvan, R-igerj w Britsin, Conn. One loral liquor
fillivau and Wnliuiui (J. McAUo .r'l,aler has come up smiling from the
all due here for vacations in Soptom- dust of prohibition. Two signs in bi
TTT) RUBES-CUTS -
i . Desms thoroogbty
by Cold t comprss
s pp!y lif!H!y, witiwut
" 0!1 MAPPING FLIGHT
Lieutenant Keil And Sergeant'
a ar I AT rtf
filCRCC LeSYC Ull iCuT Ul
The two airplane which arrived iu(
the city recently for fire patiul oi viee, j
left this morn .14; at 10:S'J Jti the.- tour !
of inspection of the timber region of
! westers Oregon with a view to deter - i ,
nimK the flying time remind for the-
circuit ana to touK tor lavorr.we tana
lug site. The two
j and Betgt. MrKee, took
observers State forester Elliott and K,
A. Chapter, of the I'. 8. foust toivkcj
Previous to sturting ou the, air tout
the visitors held a louir conference with'
, . . .- . 1 .l r tuxit
'or the service, deciding tb.it for the!'
licient for safety. It is assured that
Sulem will Iw one of the atatiena, and
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.Ull-lII Will 1V VIII- U Mil CIMLHIIO, 01111
it k exported that the atate fair board
will shortlv take up the matter of pro-l,h
- :u nl .1.. nb... .... .tall... nr ..n.
viailljr 8itnbl. housing for the uluns on!8lH'n ln ,, f tu' ' ' tee i
Aeeordii to the i.laus eon.iJenl vi
h.nr ?"Jo "n TeT fliaut'to
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' ' I levelling he went out to the Kroie
patr over Mehaina and roster and, lrr-ff,plc II-J.,. TJhome. A quarrel ensued, (ieoige Krone
'"'"'"'K at Kugene; returning by way of .rtriallgtCltlild UlSUCI If ttjf I0;ran from the house. Ilenr.v shot him
1 v t a v Mil a uvuiiu a.uiii in 1 1 w
Prairie iioiinluin, .Mary s i .as. anojj n" ril D--J DIW Uoi-o'd.-ad as he ran. As the woman follow-
Huiil iiouiitiiiu. rue otner lo lane
westerly direction, followiug tin cuSst
.raiiire northward and circling tail to a
landing at Portland; returning it was
t0 circle eastward to the foothills, then
southward anil westward to Fulem.
It is hoped that after air routes have
been mapped and the feasibility Cif the
service demonstrated, at least four
planes can be put into the auvlcp in
the inter -mountain region so that the
entire territory from the ('ol.r.nbia to
the Californiu border can be covered lit
least every other day.' The plan, con
template flight of nbout two liouis from
Sulciii to outlying lauding l'iolds, (lie
sending of reports, anil then the n turn
flight to Bull-in. In case of emergency
drop messages between luudiug woulii
I State House.
nctnu-nt of the irrigation district law
in 1917 the irrigation securities com
mission has certified bonds to the ex
tent of $3,30.,0O0, the (i-iBcipal -projects
being as follows: Ochoco district
1,100,000; Warm Spring, district 7,"0.
000; Pnvette-Oregon slope district "-o,
000; Squaw creek district $98,000;
Hood River district I07,000; Gold Hill
district ti0,00t; Talent district $175,-
000; Teel district '.'.iu.miu. in adiution Af Vtf J T II
to these abdications are pending for,yjfiyer Ul ff 00(1 1 lUCK IS
tlin eertHication of bonds on otner tiro-1
jects to the amount of over 1,500,000.'.
The iLa n gel 1 -irrigation district of
Klamath rounty, have recently for
warded to Engineer Cupper blue prints
and complete plans of their project
for approval. The district comprises
The .public service coimuisiun has;
just returned from -Seattle where they
remained for the completion of the rate
hearing before the interstate com
merce commission. This case, which
deals with rutes on transcontinental
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lilies running lino r oniuna sou ocri- j
tie, has occupied the greater part or
two weeks, and was the most eYliauf
ive iu the history of the northwest.
PORTLAND PUBLISHERS WORK
Increase in newspajier rates is a-'vi.
ed by thoughtful and far seeing news
paper men, but here in this state we
have a so ejilltd fraternal newspaper
man who ha. secured the passage of a
law decreasing rates. Some would tall
him a "rat" while others would on
sider him in the "senb" ebiss. We
have reference to the Vrprietor f ! in Nw yrk. Philadelphia and I.ndon.
tae Portland Journal, who could have , f
no other object in view in espousing a I . ,
law-providing for lowering of legal'- 1 as r I ft
rate advertising in the state, not in 'atUS PurCtiaSer (if
eluding Portlnml, than the paralrsisi . . , .
of papers published outside of that I VYafGO RI'lS OrCP.arQ
lltl I il X 1 1 1 1 "sit lillls IrtiUI I il W Ms" ll
j wanes and everything else were au-
vnneimr. It was luire suite work di-
( rected at l!ue publications. This is
ptibably one reaon why the Portland
T-lctf'nm ha. made such wonderful
' g: ins throughout Oregon. The Country
, f ais rs were not f"in-tiBg Rilh or j
unfriendly tnwir.i the Journal, whose
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( Hunk of reclothing their bodies, pay -
i in eM,lve. .r. that tbev can do like-
wise. ,d Mien think of "wb.t Jackson
hs d..ne to tlii-m. It i regretted, even
for the Journal's sake that it i now
j too la!e to remedy the matter. The'
1 window read: "No near .x-er told
here," and "X b-er wld nesr here." )lin, latp v,,,r,.av.
. . j A( Bprt,,1ui!.t ), lIiB(, if
Bayotne, X. J. So nisny automoliile? ),P Jjis.
liave been sUdon here that in the future j It is believed Bergqnisl, v,ho' i a
the poiiee will stop every ear belveen contractor, attempted to force a stie
" p. m. and 6 a. m. and eompr! the of dynamite into a small ho'e.
driver to identify hinisef. j
Sheridan, Or. Help is m, warre fti ' Oiicsgo. A san pie loaf of bread re
this vicinity that women are tompellel fused to exp'ode when police snot at it.
to work ia the harvest fieM to jtp ' Th y thought the box Jude Lanrlis
pare the grain for thrcsliag. g.,t in the mail was a bon-b.
The Best Is None
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pilot. Lieut. Ki.t jjw Boys Arrested For .
ook witu them as, ,1' , nr n . . 1
filUIEer Ul DaEuOI! VjITI
ni.don, Ore., Aug. Charged with
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were arrested here today. Fwrin :
that the boy. .night be lymhed at ftw -
dun the authonties xemoved them to
the l'o(tii!le jail.
The eirl"s dead boilv was found Mon-lin
dav evening hnldeu in the brush at
lonely apol urar Uer mime. .
A Kun- ln 8tlm0 iiner as inu uui-
I tll-ll,t I 'l' i
P'" vM kllle' the B"1 as f,n""1 '"
I'iou of Uowell. The boys were .
1 let wnicU killed the irui was tound in
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cessful attempt had been made to as
sault the girl before, she was Biurdered.,
ajstuiv un vuuu a sj uwv
Arrangements are now under .) for screaming.' Henry1 sent amither bullet
the appeiirn-!.e in Salem, at leadt fori thudding into her brain. Then he lay
ha'f au hour, of a massed Elk band of ,t,twu beside ber in the mad, kissed her
00 nieces, weather and other conditions,
From Portland comes the announce
ment that the Portland Elks' buid will
go to Klamuth Falls with 40 pieuis, all
boosting for Snleni for the 1W-0 state
convention. Director Oscar oteelhain
uier snva he will have in the buleai
Elks' baud at least 20 pieces, all Elk..
At a conference hold in Saicm yestei- h; wi iaKump hj(( )(w ,,,;,, A rt
day among several leading state hlks, ! ,
it developed that the special Elk train! ' Mr SnUV business will be to look
from Portland to Klamath rails will juf,r th(, gottleu-ent of claims from de
arrive in Salem nt 12:30 o'clock j, m., ii,(UC1,t corporations and his duties
Wednesday, August 13, and oa this ape- noeeisitato, htm traveling tlirouga
cinl will lie the Portland band with H. ut the state. His office will be with
X. Studi-ntiieyer as director. the commission at Salem.
The SnU-iu band is accustomed toj Tho position given Mr. Small is one
plr.ying under the direction of Mr. of the best to : bo secured, as it requires
Stuilenmever mid a few duvs ago whwijone verged in law and an energetic
he was visiting in Salem it waa nr- man. Wo predict that he will fill tho
ranged with Director Hteelhamnier that ; w'th credit to the state. He is
both of the bands should take up the," he congratulated on securing rurh
study of certuin selections, it order to
plnv as a massed band ct Klamnth
The special Hnlem Elks ' coai h will Ih
attached to the Portland Elks' special.
As the train will be traveling on its
own time, it is thought thai airange
ments can be mudo for n short concert
about noon of Wednesday, Aug. 13, in
vn J I II i 11
MJeO 10 Al!lO tOlHSlOn
Portland, Or., Aug. 12. Fred Oood-
fcllow, 5.), driving a wood truck, was
I insiBimy kihou taie .vi-su-rua whch hi.
automobile hit his wagon ami threw mm
to the psyement.
Clr.yton Miller, 21, driver of the au
tomobile, is being held on a manslaugh
ter charge. Witnesses of the accident
claim Miller was Intoxicated and driv
ing tit the rate of 40 miles an hour.
Hammersteh Funeral Will
Be Held Monday In New York
Xew York, Aug. 2. The funeral of
Oscar H.inimerstein, veteran opera man
ager, who died last night, will be held
onday. Death rame in l.en'x Hill hos
pital, following a long illness with dia
betes and a complication of diseases.
Hummfirsti'in u-flM hum in Berlin i"
1S47. He came to this country when 1"' rj. , a in
and for several years worlred ss alVCUre Kl2lU Ul 1121
i-igar ninker. He entered the theatrical
I business in the early seventies. He
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inspector rf ager.cie. and financial
lOgctit for the New York Life Insur-
, iiie-c cum ,iiii, iisw niiiiiiiiseii in: en-
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tire ando orchard biddings of Robert
A. 'Witzel an I the Columbia county
: I, nek in the nalno nil!" d.slriet, con
sisting of sO ncres of the best orch
ards in the district. Mr. Elford has
! ""i"' fai,h ''' f ' Ihe apple
! "mmedwfelr lake
;. ,,M . , " ' , ,'
I lo ,U" MT",,,- V transaC-
'1 !"'" eonwmated through -A. C.
PREMATURA EXPLOSION 13
PROBABLY FATAL TO LOGGER
Portland Ore.. Aug. 2. Swan Bees-
i:iH is t.elieveq to Im- oving today. 11m
was broaght lo s local' hospital f rore i
the camp of the Wind RivJ, I og'int
insist is believed to be dving today. II
camp of the Wind Kivp log
omii,y on 1 per Wind River a her.-
as tiriMiialura .viilft w.n f s ttAAci.'
Hye.mite rihtf..H. ..J.;t
We offer you Prompt,
Accurate, Jliffh-Grade opti
cal work at RIGHT PRICES
consistent with QUALITY
Better have your eyes examined.
Isfatuatioa For 'Wife Of
Brother Leads To Double
Morder And Then Suicide
Tju.iar, Wgsh., Aug. InfrntuntiM?
iti hrnrhtr' wifi Hi'iirv Krnnt
h, . , ,d killed Mr. and
jMra. 0,M,rgt Krone. Then, ttro.ing an
around the dead won. an as she lay
the road, he se':t . third bullet
thi-nirli his owa brain.
joe, the Kwne dilg, brought to Wai-
na. v dcpati-s escaped and
dav ferociously guards the bloodstained
Henry Krone h0 had served with1
iur sim miiwuii mi 4 in-iir, wi ni-
rested June 83 charged with threaten-
1. brother 's life. He served a day
BI,,i waa rel,.ased.
Thursday he bought a gun. In
nrv shot her. The bullet enter-'d
I the back of her shoulder. She fell
on the lips and slim himself.
A sister of Mrs. Krone, Miss Juniata
rrfuth, lives at Centralia.
SMALL GETS POSITION.
Brazier C. Small has been appointed
I by tho State Industrial Accident Com
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fish Are Planted
In Marion County Creeks
A car containing 100,000 fish arrived
today from the Bonneville slate hatch
Oi.v to be distributed in foui crueka In
nud near Hilverton, namely! bilvor
creek, Butte rreek, Drift creek and AM-
Norris Ames, ono oi nuverton s trne;Blltl,,r of Unn enunty, were in town
sport enthusiasts, shouldered the entire Tuesday iu regard to raising the ap
expense :.nil the bulk of tho work ln roa.-h of the Sutithim river bridge
placing the fish in the above c.-oeks. Mr J here. A force of men Is at work making
Auii-s Mated that he did this becauso the improvement.
ic- wuntiii to seo getsd fitluiig here,! W. A. Clatlek has employed Wm.
wanted to "catch a string" himself, Bates of Portland to assist him in his
and incidentally create more business blacksmith shop.
for his sale of fishing (uppiics. Deltwrt son of A. D. Murphy, has
The Abiqna week comes first with '""' time with the H. H. marines. He
fio.OOO fish, und fhe cans will be dum. traveled over Sd.ljOO miles and visited
ed bo'ii above and U-low the wator,"y;'f' ""' "'"tries
inti.ke dan, M that the minnow, will re- . n1 J; (iBri '-
plenisU the .vine crcik. J.ixe methods H he hl.ek'rr.r ,N.,ch near (.ates the
have Uen ,...-.1 In Sitver creek vUot'" "' k n1 "
O-MO'. fish ae.e -, M,ted both above and 'w' j.. ,.,,, ,,, wif( w,ro viHit
below .the ,l:i-. in .his city, and in Ang at th A c. Tlll)llltt8 h,,,,,,. Tuesday.
BuHe c:c.k loin above and below thoj MiM Michellnick, of Wallowa, left
dam in it. Mil' in Drift creek the,f,)r u,r home Friday morning after a
uboi . i method w Lot necessary. -i r 1 1 of sevinl days with her mint
Fishermen f , state wili note that Mrs. E. T. Mutthieii.
these streams another season will eon
tuin some good "boles," although the
pr.st season has leen iinusimliv good for
the local nimrod. Silverton Appeal.
For Stayton Railroad
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Stayton, Ore.. Aug. 2. Wednesday
evening in lespouse to invitations '
sued by M. Lyiiott, representative of;
the Portland Houtheastern Railroad
company, about fifty of the
of htayton gathered at the Stayton
n-.ici, s rn- in" ' - '"
ceplionally excellent dinner. The meet
jng was called for the purpose of dis
cussing multi-is pertaining to the pro
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posed road. Mr. I.ynott stated what the
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road wanted from the people of May
ton the right-of-way from and in
cluding the I., S. laiiibcrt place nofth
west of torn tw where the .urvey cros
ses the Santinin river at Mjibmna. Sev
eral inter.1 1'itig talks were nade by
some of those present, and Mesni. Jos.
j Keber, Smilh, and another gentleman
! . . ' ... . ,,
from Mt. Aig'-l who were there made
mime interesting remarks regarding
what is boi.-tjf done by their town to
ward helping extend th roed. TI r meet
ing aas an enthusiastic on-, everyone
prewnt bWng strongly in favor of
granting th" lompany what it asks. A
committee, he-ded by J. '.V. Mayo, aa
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l'Pn . and these men have since
1 ro,''r", rifhtof way and it
in thought thsr within a few d-y this
will be ready to torn cviy to Ihe com
pany. Linn iuiity tonus are putting
forth strenuous efforts to se,-iire the
road, but Mr. Lynntt promise, that if
stayton st'-ures the reo-iirH riuht of
way the road will be built through
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to Uirun within the year. At about l'
o'clock the party dispersed, after con
graduating Sir. and Mrs. le-lt-y on tin
excellence of the repast tliey had pre
Tbnrviay was t'r-e birthday of Mr.:
HIGH SCHOOL DEBATERS
TO ARGUE QUESTION'S OF
VITAL CURENT mPORT
The iigh sehotd debater v,li 0 up
against some hefty national an as
worM wide, problems in their competi
tive debate, the coming si-hotd year.
At a meetiuj held yesterday by the
slate board for (electing these ,erions
for debate there was prevut J. A.
Churchill, stute sup.riutendeut of In
struction; Miss Cordelia M uviu, state
librarian, a id Professor lreseoit, of the
rniversity of Oregon. President Ci.mp
boll, of the Vuiversirr of Orn, and
Professor llugg, of MeMimivllle, the
other two members of the board, were
A list of abont a dozen sul-ieets
proper for high school debaters was
submitted and discussed, and after go
ing over the subject, thorough, the'
board officially selected the following:
1 Resolved, That the Vailed Htatesj
should ratify im treaty bv winch thina;
is desMiiled of the Shantung-HVniusula.
2 Resolved, That cougris should
create a department of education with
a secretary as member of the cabinet?
3 Resolved, That the public school
teachers of the l uited Stales should
organize their members i'do uuions.
4 Resolved, That cougress should
prohibit all immigration for a period
of uot less than five years.
Resolved, Thut Italy's claim for
the outright possession of Plume thould
yt) iFruiueu ov me leaeuo 01 nations.
6 Resolved, Thut when the railroads,
are returnedto private controi, thai the
exclusive right of regulation should be
centered in the interstate commerce
7 Resolved, That the federal govern
ment should tnk" '.mtncdiiito bt('.s to
wards nationalization ot the nation's
eoal deposits and its petroleum resour
ces. 8 Resolved, That tho prheiple of
compulsory investigation, as defined by
tho Canadian Act of 1907, should be
applied to all dispute, arisiaj between
railroad companies and their employes.
W. W. Elder, ami th j afternoon of that
day a number of lidies of town gather
ed at her home to help l-er celebrate
tho occasion. Ice cream and cake were
served as refreshments, and a very en
joyable time was hod. .
Thursday night at -about II o'clock
the fire bell got a number of eiti.i-ns
out of bed. l-'iro had been discovered
in the sawdust of the Hrown-Prtxcl
company .and although aid in the nil' in
pile, it was feared that it might tra il
thorv, in which case it would be alino-.t
impossible to i .-'nguish. The fire eoi-i-paey
put in tme hard licks iint'l the
city pump w.-iit out of commission, but
they had the f ie under control bc fo.i
this occurred and by morning the fire
was about out.
Albert and Miss Bertha Tietr. were
in from Fern Ridge Friday.
C. E. Kramer as called to Van
eouver, Wash., the first of the week by
the death of a relative.
4'. E. Taylor was home over Sunday,
lie is employed in an electric light
plant at Redsport,
Clifford Mtarton and wife are the
parents nf a sou, born Thursday.
Den Uelib-n and J. --. liendershott
were iu Huleiu Tliursilay and Friday on
Judge liushi -y n nil CoiinuiHsioiier Hunt
nt Vti.i.n j, lv utiil iiiauiitimr
110 acres, 4 miles Snlein, good soil,
good location, 70 acres in cultivation,
balance brush pasture, tillable, well
and creek, building, worth OOOO. Only
... 'u . .,,,.
. , . . . ' ..
em cheap at fiO
i( M 0
mos1 , ,raprove.
fa mik town r!MW
.r 5.', mile, 'to town on rail-
road, ljl) seres in cultivation. 4,10 acres
jmrr K(J()J tM M rwk(
house, barn; equipment goes, also a lot
of stock, hay and grain. TsiS i. con
veniently located ami i. a snap at 8il0
2" ncres cleared, 7 a'-rcj fruit, good
barn and house, all equipment, stock
and crop goes at lo'Hj.
42 ncres, 30 cleared 20 in year old
prunes, acres in strawberries set In
prune rows, good shape; this is all till
able and will n nke an excellent orch
ard, very- cheap at '.'00. Hi-e
For real estate bargnins. ?4 1 State
I T1 Capital Journal
Daily Market Report :
Wheat, soft white 2.10
Wheat, lower grades wa sample
Oats, new 80c
Hav, cheiit, new 17
ll.av, oats, no ixrwso
MiU run 46v-44
Crcaiiierv I, otter ii,o.olc
Potk, (! asd
Pork on foot
Jotii'iial Want A-
Quick Reference To Firms That Glfs Service On Short
Wiere Buyer And Seller Meet We
! Recommend Our Advertisers.
Sales Eleetri. Co.,
KacTvilla, Iowa. BUodhounds, oa a!
trail following theft of a picture so
dynamu at Olmiti, stopped and oa::efl
"treed" in a cornfield. Tap (heriff
dug up 43 quarts of whiskey.
Bakersfield, CaU After sentencing
0. F. Cobaugh for drunkenness Judge
Thomas suspended tteatencc when Co
baugh confessed that it wr.a a terrible
ordeal to get ia such condition via the
two per eent beer route.
$$$ Keep Them Home $$$
Call 398. Highest prices paid for
junk, second hand good, and machin
ery. Be aura and ca4 398, get tha right
pricea. Tha aquara deal house.
CAPHAL JUNK CO.
271 Chemeketa St.
MACHINE SHOP WORK
Expert machine shop service by Mr.
Berg n an at high school machins
shop. 12 year, experience. Gear cut
ting specialty. High class machine
took, Quick service. Phom 446. 8-13
DR. L. HALL WILSON Spe
cialist in the Modern Scientific
Application of Olasse. for the aid of
vision and the relief of Eyestrain aad
Headache. Office closed baturday.
Office glO-211 II. . Bank building.
Phones, office H5; res. 1244.
i L.M.HUM i
f Chines. Medicine and Tea Oa. t
I Has inedisine which will eurs any
Opea Sundays from 10 A. ML.
until 8 P. M.
1S3 South Hsgh St.
Balem, Oregon Phono 232
W. T. EJODON CO
E52 North High Street
flprlnr lamb. 10(11
Shocr, yearlings . 7e
Eggs and Poultry
Egg. cash 43c
Hens, live . S-c
Old roosters 16s
New potatoes SH"
Green onion, do. 40c
Onions, per sack - 84.20
Watermelons - Vit
Orange. , 85-75o)(I.C0
Umons, box 87.508.SO
Banonaa . - W
Usiiey. sxtrasted 0e
Hunch beets . 43t
Cabbago . .... S'i"
Head lettuoe 80c
Egg. dozen 60c
Creamery butter 70c
Country butter 80c
Flour, hard wheat ;:.10(U3.25
Eggs .elected local ex 40(j4ic
liioilers J'jj iiOc
Cheese, triplets 38(ii 40c
DAILY LIVE STOC K MARKET
Portland, (., Aug. 1. Butter, city
Tonn of market steady
(food to choice steers 81112
Fair to good steers t'.ldVl.Zi)
Common to fair steers 77.SO
Choice to good cows and bciferi
Medium to good cows and heifer)
Calves !!? lo.'iO
Tone of market slow
Prime mixed '12.30
Medium mixed 21.."0(n22
Rough heavies iL'L'i 2u.2-"i
Pigs 19.30fi 20.25
Bu k 22
Tone of market slow
Prime lambs 11.50$i 12
Fnir to medium lambs Siiii(atl
Yi arlings aii-Sofu. 7.30
Wethers ."..oOfn 7
127 h'orta U gh
WHY SELL FOR LESS?
Wa will pay you aaer aj or year
household goods. Get 4str bid befoss
you sell Peoples Furniture and Hard
ware Store, 271 N. Gem. 6k Fboas
NO CASH REQUIRED Ooed tveM
shoes and suits, all turds f aosl
al instruments, shotgnns, rifles, hefc
ing (toves, gas stoves, suit ease. sa4
1000 other useful articles to sell tw
trade. What bars yoat Ths tapstaJ
Exckangs 337 Court St. Phoas
TOITR used furniture, stoves, esrpets
and tools, as ws ray fair prises to
everything. Call 47
CAPITAL HARDWARE 4 imX
TI RE OO.
235 N. Com! Bt.
I RENOVATE, block and trim ladia
and aien hats at 10 li prices, ami
bettor work; material is scarce, hats
are expeusive, what's the answer!
C. B. Ellsworth, 403 Court Hi., Sa
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIR Id
60 years experieuea, Depot N.tiaaaJ
and American fencs.
Sire. 28 to S in. high
Paints, oil and varnish, at.
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works.
230 Court street. Phone ?4.
J. A Rowland Furniture Stcra
Buys, sell, and exchanges pew sad
id hand fueniture. All kinds 8
repair work, tight grinding,, flUnf,
and bra.ing a specialty. BigM
prices. 247 North CominSr.ial t
3ALBM BOAVFNGER-flsrbags and
refuse of all kinds removed on moats)
ly contracts at reasonable rate. 4
Ces. pools cleaned . Dead animals rw
moved. Office phone Main 167.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Beat Rat at. Sneurity
THOS. K. mun
Over Ladd Bush bank; Sakm Orsfisl
FEDERAL FARM LOAJ48-BH f
cent Interest. Prompt servies. 14$
years time. Federsl fana loaa )ob44
for .ale. A. 0. Bohrnstsdt, 401 Mm
sonic Temple. Salem, Oregon.
INSURANCE COUXCiu-For frs tm
formation about Life InsnraaM s4!
J. F. Hutchason, dist. manager fs
tha Mutual Life of N. T., offie 1
371 Stat. St., Salem, Or.. OU
plions 99, residence 1398. t
Onr Pricea are Right
W. M. ZANDLKR, Proprietor
125S N. Hummer Streot, Salem, Oresjint
STEWART'S REPAIR SHOP Lawsj
mowers ground by machinaiar; all
kinds of grinding, lock smithing, nt
brclla; recovered, light repairing a(
all kinds. 847 Court St.
1 - s. sm
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AI
McCornsck ball on erary Tafaf,
at 8. Walter Lcnon, C 0., P. J,
Kuulx, K. R. ft 8.
ROYAL Neighbors of Amerlra, Or
gon Grape camp No. 1300 meat er.ry
Thur.dsy evening in Mcf'ornaek kcJl
Elevator ac-vice. Oracle, Mrs. Crs
rie E. Bunn, 618 Union St; rstoss
der Mrs. Melissa Person!, 1410 f.
4th St. Phone 1430M.
-. a m
UNlTEf) ARTISANS 'Sseital A-wers-bly
No. M meeta first Thurs-lay 4f
each month at 8 p. m. in Meoia
Temple, tileun C. Kilns, M. A.; 43. A.
Ytbbert, aecretury, 340 Owens skfiwt,
MODERN W(M)DM1ZV OP AMBBhCA
-Oregon Cedar Camp No. 6a40,aKit
every Thursday evening at 8 0 'slock
in McCornack building Court and
Liberty streets. W. M. Persona, V.
('.) Frank A. Turner, clerk.
ALEM WATER COMTANT Offie
corner Commercial and Trals street
Bills payable mmthly In .dunes.
Out of 60 student, in the psarmasy
department of the I'niversity of WasJ
ington this year 30 are worsen.
To replace the old buildiDg recently
burned, the school district of Eaipira,
in Coos county, has, voted funds el