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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY. AUGUST 5. 1919.
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OUR BODYGUARD" -30'. 60.H3Q
Cotton Market Disrupted
By 200-Pcbt Drop Today
where they remained a few djy at the miniatrttioa more mover with which to poind bono ami thev delneid not- conduct assumed by th company. Cu
, . mwt W!s' den"'!,J- " on!-T for 4he! withstanding offers oif two ien. por informed small growers uid thu stock
Mr. and Mrs. EJ Famn-ton ami Mis 1 ihnn hut fnr th r. i , . ., . . '.. . , . . . ...
Monmouth Or.. Auff 5. The Oi.Itj. I... .. " . T.7 T7I " . . " --" Pna aoove ,ne tonirr.fi price, Uid at uss tnaa par on auviee oi ill eoni-
.ormal aehool closed its 191 summer'.r ""","u" T '. ,omwi M aave ese .aercasrw they Ret that bonus? They got one-ipany, while thorn who held out for par
Fridsv tTc1 iaL ThTeh'L iTv Farnnet10B, ',er' '"r thirty five pet tent, ! fourth of a eeut per pound per (W received it.
uXvVlTedfod toT.t. at. V" "." h" Ptivclv The .hopmeaa demand is bonua. More fair dealing bv this torn-1 As , the elaim, by the company and
toii?MLY7n V ! WUt, UlP ,0 V'U' f0r " Verifi"g wonld pa .. ph,l.thrp-f Mr. Gilc that they were respolbie for
eat interest fulfilled every expcuatioa. lails, Montana. They are making the )y S3 per eeut. !i.t. ',,r....t ..r .L ..!.,..;..
Prof. Richards, of Willamette wiw.1 16 ,:" ," pl 15,18 ,he frowo" wiejiAC M"PV, they aie too
. .. ti promised bv a representative ot the!abu,,i for mor than P"K comment,
ty, retu-ned thia efternoon front aromp!inv that ; 1919 ther wouU -..and we arc eontent to Mate thai priee.
extended Trp through aouthern and coive the market nriee: but hr thi timel'0' green blaekberriea have iuneaa
central Oregon. atJ)ping at aeveral they were aucpieuous of piecrust itt tr', proportions diiriug the
Dointa in the Jloffiie river valley ami proiuisea" and dird a atinu.rlion in-l1"1' mentioned without the advertis
working rut of the Caaeanea aa fnrj'Ofpo in their eontrtts. Did they
aa Bead. He met wih aorar.ne. t . Ept Ko thev did Bot- " n-
cri.ru ur mia cumpanr jnai u
The apeetacular proeeaaionai of the trin In . r nA
groups ana ineir aonjfs aaa yeut, tn about a week. Misa
special aiusie by Miss bennete and
Miss Anderson, the tnlks by Miss Pet
tinker, representing the atud.nl body;
Mr. Gentle, head of the education de
partment, asd Miss Parrot, head of tha
I English department, represealinj tha
New York, Aug. 4. Cottoa experi-1 faculty, and President Ackermaa were
encrd a aeasational bear market oa the all especially splendid. The chapel per
New York Exchange today when an-.iod dosed with the presentation of di
Bonacement -waa made that 6,81 0,000 ' plonaa by Prenule it Ackermaa.
balea will Tc etrried over from last I Editor Piper, of the Oregoaiaa, gave
year'a crop, thua discounting the pr!a addreaa at the normal oa Monday
diet;oa of the government that thia , afternoon which waa both interning
year a crop win iu anon a uuiuoa aaii educational and much aoLretiated
bak-a of laM year 'a.
' Trading reached the limit when
price nagged 200 points, the limit of
change ia any one direction. 1
, V Vaoft,
o( Society, during the past
seventy years have relied
upoa K far their dlstln.
ulshed appearance. The
white complexion it
render Instantly, It
Iwayt the source of
by the large audience of students, fac
ulty and citizens who' were present. .
The annual summer school musical
given under the direction of Misa
Schuette, music supervisor, aaaiattd hy
Miss Taylor, physical director and Miss
Anderson, art supervisor, waa a pleas
ing event of the closing days of aununei
school and served to bring out ome
splendid musical talent among the stu
dents attending. In the operetta 'The
Weatorn Girl," the Misses Dunbar,
Drury, Knox and Kosabello Smith de
servo especial mention, though all took
I their parts well. The community :ng.
I accompanied by the summer sihooi or
Jrbestra made a most entertaining inter
lude between the two main features of
jthe program. "The Toy Shop," which
followed the community sing wat. ar
' tisticnlly atcged. Dolls from any lands,
rag dolls and character dolls in variety
there were, and fairies gnlore; the lat
ter, under the leadership of Miss Clem
McKinney were beautiful and effective.
ffW.! Tr-,iRn;.isTti-.. 4 At the close or tne entertainment Miss
Beott. Milla, Or, Aug. 5.-Kverybody .8c"ette was presented with a basket
ia busy in thia vicinity. The hay and of gnrgeona gladioluses, the gift of the
grain crops are mostly eared lor audiK'09 '!'ub
threshing has begun in the vicinity ofl David Campbell gave a concert at
Marquam. I the chapel hour on Wednesday v.liich
C. G. Thomas waa operated upoa in alw,i ra;e meM treat ,ht wiU BOt
nospitel at Bilverton for appendicitis. son" bo '"gotten.
He ia getting along aa well us could be! Miss Cornelia Marvin, jitato iibiauan,
expected. jwn "Pinker at the normal recently.
Mrs. Mamie Coulaon, dean of MuBke.lMi M,arvin outlined the woik of the
gon, Michigan, is visiting witu relative; gtBt 'lbrfy ',d. ,l,kcd the teachers to
fcT'e j carry back to their community tne nmbi
-".,,..-... . . ition of the stute librarian to be of
: L. J. White ia in Salem taking treat-t ewy one in tho Mttie.
tltJUlB 1IVIU A' I iiili li
SCOnS MILLS NEWS
Mr. uud Mrs. J. A. Taylor spent last
Tho faculty entertained at the I.ome
week in Portland visitug relatives and' of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Butler on Tues
attending the holiness camp meeting 'y evening in honor of Miss Andeiaon,
jnero jwho line resigned her positiou with the
C. A. Addleman Is confined to tho;normul to take up special work in mn
liomo by sciatic rheumatism. !8ie-
D. D. Coulsou and family of ewberg Tho annual stunt program was riIven
are visiting relative here. Wednesday evening in tho aaiul-rtum
Charles Slaughter was adly 'injured 'of tho normal and was enjoyed by a
by beinc struck bv a falling tie while, large audience. Each of the tivc ftioupa
he was loading them at the sun mill. He d'-eerve credit for their especial .Hints
laa been taken to a hospital, h o"tt between three of the
' ... ........ . I .n., umm mn .In.. I li n I Ilia illllUOd
Mr. and Mrs. K. . louisou .i-nu jam-1 "!' m ,"'"v
tl. n.l Ma.vov nrnnir'nor Snrl UllllllIC to glVO Ollt tllO , decision Until
Miss Lilu Brougher are enjoying m tno miramnK uuj. x -"'"i""""e
outing at Netarts Bay. " "rn counties oi tne stare, was
J. A. Tnvlor made a businci trip to awarded the beautiful silk flug .winch
Kewberg Monday. ! to lo held la their name du.i.ig the
Mrs. Sarnh Hammer was viaiting In Kr. contested for in aiimlof man
Tortland lunt week and attending the ."'r by the groups of succeeding year,
camp meeting. - Stanley Evans, a '17 grr.uuate ol the
David Delano and AI.Ict White were 'normal who recently, returned from
over Sunday visitor in Salein tho past Frnnee, gnve aome of his cxpomneea at
weet Thursday 'a clinpcL Stanley was espe-
Fred Howe and family attended camp l ciay honored "over there," having
meeting in Salem last Sunday. 0IKn n",",beJ of Pernlimg
B m guard, where ho served at tuo tunc of
The jil 1 ntll.M.p Uicfcon v.ill be put! Prcsidont Wilson' visit to head piar-
tn temnnrnrv cnni Kij.? on that President I ters.
Wilson m...'- n-vic"
Tacific lieft I' f
kioiii its decks tho
i.-.tcrs the Golden
Tho S. P. ran special train ot five
conchea into Moiiinouth Friday for the,
accommodation of the fiunmxi school
students who were leaving for their
The rank of field marshal ha been homes.
i fionoml Allenhv of Tales-! Clares Powell and Ernest
tit, a nnerntions fame and Lieutenant . made a trip to Salem last ownday
General Kir Herbert rjumer, comman
der of the second British army.
$$ Don't Let 'em Roam $$
NOTICE OP SALE OF GOVERNMENT
timber, general land office, Washing
ton. D. C, June 27, lSMH. Notace ia
Wnhv ffiven that subject to the condi
tions and limitation ot the act of I
trv out aviation for themselvi. They
took a 20 minute ride in the plane that
i now owned by Salem parties, paying
the sum of $10 each for tho experience.
Miss Vietta Joyce Arnnt and Mr.
ErncHt Emerson were united In mar
riage Wednesday afternoon at tne home
of tho bride' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Arant. The ceremony was per
formed by Kev. Herbert F. Jones of
June 9, 1918 (39 Stat., 218), and the "'" - -. i ii tr
r.!.,;L.. otha aecretarv of the In- ve rno to Newport to spend tbe.r
terior of September 15, 1917, the tim-, honeymoon.
ler on the following lands will be old . The Monmouth and Independence
Angut 20, 1919, at 10 o'clock a. m., at post road i now open for light traffic,
publie auction at the United State , though the paving is not yet completed,
land office at Portland, Otegon, to the .The finished paving has reached the
highest bidder at not less than the ap-(Paflt eity limits, and the auto bu is
praised value aa shown by this notice. ,an traveling the direct route to and
sale to be ubjeet to tie approval of from the s. P. mall train,
cf the ecretary of the interior. The Mr n(j Mrs g jj Ostrom, accom
purchaee price, with an additional "um'pgnicd by Mr. and Mra. L. K. .Sheldon
of one fifth of one per eent thereof, f 81e(.trtt( TexaSi pcnt y,, day
being commission allowed, trait be!at Newport Urt we,k. Xhcv i.-prt
depoaited at tim, of , to b yabi,. trip, fine weather and
returned if l.a .bundaue of fiVh.
" .a SkrZ. The MiW, Hem and Bemicr McKin
a daughter who came with them, re
mained with the Yaa Iaua and will
attend normal school during toe com
ing year, Mrs. Yaa Loan arrompuaied
the party to their home in Montana,
wlu-re she will visit for some time.
(Continued oa paga tar)
shop men would mean 800,000,000 a
year if applied to all railroad worker.
"Would thr.t'aot cause another in
crease in the cost of living I" teked
Thomas. Cummin said it probably
Firat returns were expected today at
the American Federation of Labor of
fices on the strike vote now being tak
en by 500,000 railroad shop men.
Although the complete poii will not
be tabulated until August 24, under the
strike vote order of the American Fed
eration of Labor railway department,
r turns probsb.y will be coming all
thi week, official said.
considerable enrollment of student' , .... " J '
fom these atioas,.aud aUo prospects
of fisaacial help of a generous nature.
(Oaateaoed from page one)
beariag aad 457 aoa-bearing; 319 acres
of peaches bearing with 44 acrea not
yet producing; pear 433 acre bearing
with.191 acrea aoe bearing.
The walnut industry is ttill ia its in
fancy, aa there are but 24C acre bear
ing with 421 acrea non-bearing.
The loganberry industry, which ia to
1. u. i a ' , .
lui.r a.iiuB cuumy lauioufe, can Claim
but 1915 acre. It hna been stated bv
iieauersoi ue ai o.g snop unions to-. eomp.tllt uthority, that there is 1
U U1UCU 1U VHIU lllUDe WHO, 1HCJT frady O
nay, have Btanipeded thousands of ork-'amoun 0f
era into unautnorizeit local slnkes A!
ommittee now is taking action to stop
further local striking until the complete
voto ia returned.
President Bert M. Jewell of the A
F. of L. railway department today
awaited word from the Whito House.
Jewell late yesterday led a delegation
which told President Wilson his plan
for solving the question of waje de
mands is "entirely inadequate."
Officials of the unions believe the
next move is up to the president. He,
the bond" and demands its poutd of
In the apring of 1918 the growera
were assured bv a representative ot the
thev suggest, can urtre congress lo pasa'comnanv that if thev made delivery
appropriation bill giving tho rail ad- they would receive a half a cent a
market for two time the
loganberries grown in the
county, and the world ia just becoming
awakened to the value of the logan
berry for soft drinks aa well as pie
ing, wuich the company ciaiuia ii re
s)ousible for the increase in loganberry
We the grower woud have been ati-
tive who would make fair proaiiar and1 fed to aav left matters at they were
thoa deny the authority of their aeent
I thia company the philanthropist it
would have you think t It wouid ap
pear to us that the more ugly term of
"profiteer" might better be kpplicd.
Many other annoyances and ill treat
ment continued tut harrasa tne glowers.
Xotwithstanding the fact that it is
customary and common usagt foi berry
buyers to furnish crates and iialiocks,
thia company comiK'lled the giowtrs to
furnish them and failed to empty them ; Policemen also get $100 a month afe
and wuid aot have entered into a pub-
lie eunt -oversy wit a the eum.-uj had
not tho totnpany prated of its morality
and rectitude and whined at the atti
tude oi the growers.
Resolution adopted. L. Lawrence,
president; H. B. Brown, secietaiy.
COUNCIL TO PROBE
(Continued from page one)
(Continued from page one)
promptly or within n reaaoiiablt time so
that tuna of berries were lost Jjrlng
the 1U16, 1917 and 1918 seasons and
growers were compelled to wait or re
turn to the plant a number of times
when their crops demanded immediate
attention and personnl presence oa their
These contracts entered into bclween
this company and the growers called for
payments for the berries at iUled times
but the growers were not o paid and
were compelled to wait for payment Jn
some instances until April or May of
the year following delivery, wlun their
contracts called for final payment on
January 1st. This compelled 111 grow
era to finance to considerable extent
the purchase of their own be.r.cs.
As to the stock taken out by the
growers, the attitude of the (on'pany
and its officers offers one more exam
ple of the rectitude and irreproachable
having served six months. For the first
six months of service in the police or
fire department, the pay is $93. Van
dervort said he could aee no reason in
the council advancing the pay of the
other departments and refusing to in
crease the salary of eity recotder Kace.
When a bill was presented to the
council for two combs at (1 each for
use in the eity jail, the city fathers sat
up and took notice. With gravel going
up 25 cents a yard and several advances
in salaries, it was not prepared foi an
othcshoek along the lines of the high
cost of living. However, It voted to
pay the bill and now the inmate of the
female ward of the city jail as well as
those of the other department will each
have a (1 comb with which to make
themselves more presentable.
The resignation of J. H. Austin was
received aud accepted. Ho wan uldcr-
Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezono
costs only a few cents.
With your fingersl You caa lift wf
any hard corn, soft corn, or corn be
tween the toe, and the hard skin cnK
lutea from bottom of feet.
A tiny bottle of "Freetone" co's
lit tie at any drug store; apply a few
dropa upen the corn or callus. Instant
ly it Slop hurting, then shortly yon
lift that bothersome cora or callus riifht
off, root and All, without one bit of
paia or soreness. Truly! No humbug!
man from the third ward. Kober
Craig' nnme was presented a sute
or by Mr. Buehner aad he was duly
elected. Tho council after several
month is now complete with its It
Alderman Gerald Volk stated that
the Raleni Elk were going to Klamath
Fulls thin month with the intention of
bringi ig to the city the 19J0 Eiks state
convention. He thought it would bt ap
propriate for the city council to extend
a formal invitation. The idea met wtth
favor and the city of 8alcm, thinnn
its council, now formally extends an In
vitation to the state convention of E1M
to hold its animal meeting in Salem in
b3 removed wiilim wo i
... . m i I,, r Un iim.Iii W viininff fs nri 1 1 1
rear. Bid will be receivea irem eiu- v -
sen of the United State, association ' where they will apend the aunimer with
Of such citizen nd corporation or-iinnr imreuia.
-..i..A the Un of tha United i Farmer in thi section are busy cut
fc.atea or any tate, territory or di j ting grain and in a few more day will
triet thereof only. Upoa application of . have f ipished. One thresher at least rl
qualified purchase, the timber on anyone begun the season 'a run, icd oinitn
. , . - 1 -11 W. J aana. i ... .. I. 1 1 1 I .V .. .1
legal ub.di vision will be offered pa
lately before tieing lnctuaea in any o.
fer of larger unit. T. t N., B. 3 W,
See. 11. KW14 RW. red fir 510
cedar 55 M., SW SWtf, red fir 740
M., none of the red fir or eedar to be
and Pine Burbank having threshed (
wheat Thursday on the Jako Smith j
place. - I
Mr. and Mra. L. P. Giliuore and,
children left Fridcy on their au.nmer
vacation tnp, going first to rortiana
.old for Mtbu ll-W per M . T. 8 on where u htve
. t E., Sec. 5, NE NE14, fir .WW . La , ,.i the
M., hemlock 270 M., XWTiEl4 nr - - -
s? & sr&s & EJ K i of, ' -7 V
KE14 fir 2390 M., hemlock 200 M., I the Good Samaritan hospital in Port
KE'NWV4, f:r 630 M.. hemlock lSOjland for the past two months, is ex
T NW. ir 1760 M., NE4 peeted home Tuesday. While the iiner-
PKH, fir 1170 M.. hemlock 120 jation may be said to be suceertul, Mr.
NWi SE1., fir 1630 M., hemlock 50 . fhivi'lson is unable thu far to walk,
M. B& 6EH, fir 1190 M, hemlock
30 M 8Wt; fr 790 M.. SEi
8W14, fir 19-tO M NW14 SW4, fir
i I OA Mm SE; 8W4, fir 1650 M.,
SW4 SWVi. fir 1250 V., no'a of the
fir to be old for les than tl.tfi per
tzl none of the hemlock to be aold for
let than 75 cent per M. T. 9 8.,-R. 1
. Sec IS. SWVi KWVJ. red fir WW)
on. KFV. red fir 3M M.. 8W
XEU red fir 500 II, none of the red) Tex s.
evea with a crutch.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Sheldon, wl o have
been visiting with the Ostronti, for the
past two weeks, left Friday for Port
land, where they will spend day
with their niece nd nephew, Daphne
and Sumner Ostrom. They go from
there to Twin Fal's, Idaho, to visit rela
tire then to their- home tt Elcctra,
1 . tr ft TJ 3 JI I -mm- (t'.nrwn-
f,r to be "M for les that 12 per r- - rn""'",
IX .TtViv r-.mi0. Gmi-'ter. and Mr. E. W. Staats and dsogh-
ral Land Offtca." ' - "-1 ter. motored to Newport Tu.sday,
'turn. ..t,4r'S ---5-r- V'-O VVI126Wir"r',CJ
PONT let that bad back make you
old! Get back your, health and
keep it. You can detect kidney weak
ness in its early stages, from the morn
ing lameness, dull backache, dizzy
spells, nervousness and kidney irregu
larities. Taken early, a short treatment
with Doan's Kidney Pills will usually
correct it. Kidney weakness is too often
brought on by irregular habits, Practice moderation. Keep regular hours. Take regular
exercise. Cut out useless worrying. Avoid over-eating, over-drinking, over-working and all
other excesses. A perfect balance of brain, muscles and nerves makes work as sweet as play.
You enjoy life, radiate good cheer and feel young at any age. Doan's have helped thousands.
'Here are some local cases: -
Some Salem Gases:
.T. H. Penton, 140.) Ie Htreet says: ''On several oc
casions a eold settled in my back across my kidneys,'
causing pain and extended into my loin. I knew that my
kidnevs were to blame and started uaing Doan's Kidney
Pills.' I found them just the thing to rid me of the pain
Over four year after Mr. Penton said: "I have
never found a more reliable medicine for backache and
kidney disorders than TJnaa'a Kidney Pills. Whenever
my kidnevs get out of order Doan's soon put them right."
Mr. O. H. Deacon, 14SH Mission street, ssys: 'It
has been a long time since I have takea Doan's Kidney
Pills, but speaking from past experience I can say they
are a medicine of merit. I had a dull pain across my kid
neys and at times it was very severe. After I had taken
Doan's Kidney lilla a few daya, that disagreeable ache
disappeared. My back and kidneys have caused me but
very little trouble since."
, South Thirteenth Street
Mrs. L. M. Drnger, fti'itl 8. Thirteenth street says:
'l can conscientiously any Doan'a Kidney pill are
! lelialile medicine for kidney disorders. 1 have tukeu
iliem st different times when 1 have mid dull, tirpd
feeling across my kidneys and when my kidneys haven't
been acting regularly. Dosn'a lave never failed to give
me quick relief. It is only once in a great while now
that I have to nse a kidney medicine."
W. O. Johnson, gardner 1021 Mill street, snys:
"Taking cold and overexerting myself brought on
kidr.ey trouble. For two years 1 suffered with pain in the
small of my back, right across my kidneys. My back
ached at night and in the morning I felt tired and lame.
I was la'!' id and nervous also. Headaches and dizzy
apells bothciid me and my sifclit blurred. The kidney
secretions didn't ; often eni njj;rf and they contained
sediment. Kinslly 1 lea'1 of an' Kidney Pills and
after taking them, was giciitlv relieved. Doan's sure are
P. W. Brown, retired farmer, 14!l0 Htato street v:
'Mlnrd work weakened my kidneys and I often felt
the effect in lameness and soreness across the small of
my back. Finally my attention was called to Doun's
Kidney Pills and I got some. The backache and sore
ness entirely left me."
OVKtt NINB YEARS LATER, Mr. Brown said:
''1 am ready to confirm any time what 1 said in my
former statement regarding my experience with IVana
Kidney Pills. I still consider them a medicine of merit
and they always do good work when I tuke thi in. '
South Thirteenth Street
Mrs. F.mil Kdwarda, 1107 South Thirteenth Htreet
says: "I couldn't eak too highly in prnise of Doan's
Kidney pills for I have never found anything to equal
this old, reliable kidney medicine for regulating the kid
neys and stopping backache. I am only too glad to tell
others who are subject to backache as I used to be, that
Doan's Kidney Pills are very reliable and effective for
EYenr Druggist Has Doan's, 60c a box. Foster-Milburn Co Manufacturing Chemists, Buffalo, N. Y.