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TEE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALE1L OREGON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1919.
EDITORS OF IIAiN '
W BUSINESS FUNS
Pleasure Jaunts Of N. L A.
. Members Called Off By
Portland, Or, Aug. 9. Entering
now era of effort iu nia.aiaiuiug tlioli
.ruivr places in tiie srhetce of world
affairs, 28 numbers of the .National
i ditori;,! association delved iutu tlie ser
ious husiuess of planniug lor the tutnre
at their annual convention here today.
Plcaiire jnunts were biouglit to au
e'lnipt termination by Pioideut Uuy t.
Hardy f Caiiyou City, Cola, in his au
i orbed ii its hopes be limited finan
ces ami in the scoie of its work by -the
form of its organization, the National jThiV ."ringing will be le.l by Director
.Editorial association is id:ited for aj.lobu Todd, of tlie Aj.lu club, ami
'thorough reorganization under the ill-1 special numoors w'll be rendered by
r.ftiou of President liar.lv. Hi. first! thee Masonic- .quartet, i i.:nio&.'d of
etep ia this direction wa iu laili for j Messr Barton, Jones.' AWuch aud
tue appoiutemcut of an executive eom-jTodd -
..litto ,:t the nuggestion of smpioying . this morning fo
iaexcviMivesecretary. .d for iu part: .jk Ut vestorday at
l.ir.nigh sustuming memberships in the Kosc)u lk, was well UAU ;u this
hssociation, to actively cany en the ex-j,,, - iit,-vii spent the g--e(.ur l':'rt f
tensive work that the association will j.:,' i:,, t,et(,.
f -inter iu the future.
Illinois has the largest state dclegn
t on at the -convention si. Minnesota
ii iid South Dakota each seat 22.
Among the speakers it todiy 's'sos
siou were George W. Marble, publisher
of the Tribune Monitor, . Fort Scott,
l. :iu.; llarrv llilinuu. eiliior ot tae in
bind Printer, Chicago; (ieerge E. Hos
mer, Denver; Harry Ingrain, editor of1!""'' a"" apple w:''u-
the Kegister, lies ilotucs, Iowa: .a
ward Albright, du-llutiu, leua., vice-pi-esiileiit
of the ussoeiation, and Be:i
j.iiiiin S. ileilK'it, editor ot the K.v.iou
i.l Printer Journalist, Chicago.
Painter Tackles Job On
High Tower At Which All
Steeplejacks Grow Shy
Although Ralph Taylor, a locr.l paint
er, does not pose na a ileeplejaek, he
accepted a job this week that was a
little too risky for a half dozen or more
professional atecplejucka who were eni-
ployed by Krixnn J: Jonej to point the
e-teenle of tho First Metnodist church!
and who laid down on the job. .costs about 1300 uioulh.
; It is uow Jlr. Tr.vloi who may be . . ' . ? , . tfc.
. , . j- , , . .i luaitirles r betng received t the
eeeu from tiny to duy laboring from thol , ,11,,ii.
. . . .... . , , 1 Commercial club as to easiness eondi-
hh altitude of the chitrca steeple and ti(lllJ in Hnlem tai wMier t,e ean
who is doing tho painting to the utmost ' bf had desirable business locations. The
ontisfuction of l.rixon i. Jonpa. ouv t(v0 Ntore roomi a business
The Apex of the Methodist ateeple; pal.', 0t Salem now vacant are on Corn
is 1S0 feet from tho ground. Iu older ' mercial street. One i the room form
to get a ladder to the top, it. was found erly occupied by the Jr. 8. O. Stone
necessary to go inside tho steeple to ft; drug store and .the other is the room
point within six feet of the apex and' just smith of the . C. l'eriy drug itorrt
there bore a hole through. A atrongj recently used by the K1U for its Bal
ro(o.was iii8rtedihroiiaU t no hole, -vutioii .ariny eampa ga. t
eied to o staging below wud a ladder ' , " ' J
attached. This hitter w.u the. rained , T- "J
i i , . L . .i 'daniihter Mis Clara A otrt and his
Mi emmgh to reach to the apex and w wi
lashed to the steeple from w.thm. Lomo0 (or , m0Blh., ay nt Oceau
Ihe.i in reaching the ..pex, all that j. u ie Airt.Kdeu cottage.
was necessary was to rliuiU to a point i q
within the steeple to no opening snd Mr. and Mr W. M. Hamlltoa will
then ascend by tho ladder on the out.
e cle. The tower of the Mctiiedist iteeple
is 16 feet at the base, gradually tsnei-1
ing to two feet, on which is placed the'ninl hike from Astoria, all along th
Viniaele. On the top of Cue pinuaile is coast of Oregon to Crescent City, Cal.
ii ball. II inches in dinnietet. This ba'lil" Vt it was up in the Silct coun-
s .uwed off oud Istei eovereii wilhM'y- Th, Ter tiP-v wlU h1, r'V0
g.ild leaf. Iu n few dava it w,U again8 f0'" :.,!'or,A.,,;
be aeeu iu its Uuul pluc. jg"1"; '' "!nrt h,",r '
... i , . r, .. . . ., 'coast shore of the strait of Juan de
All decayed wood and til, parts of the' iW fc, wil) trave
eteeple aro now being replaced. The,WMt flutU lhg ,Itrelne northwestern
church was built in 1873 nad the itecple lloro of Washington ia reached, when
a few yenrs later. . The steeple was eov-1 th,.r wiM turil ,,(, -na wnii, Bi0g
ercd with ehlugle about o0 years ago. t he' Pac i( 'i const to Grays Harbor and
Is about 1900, it was painted. The! thence tu AUcrdeeii. In tliee annual
steeple as well aa the weed work of likes, Mr. Hamilton gen'-ially carries
the church will Wi be repjiuteJ und re
paired. Community Service
At First HI L Church
K community program will be ftiven'ing field, arrived in the city yester-
Pundae evening at The Kiist H. E,
ptnii'i.h itii'liiil! itir ..Itmiunnil V binrr nn
.lr flu. ,1!.,.i,.n ,.f (. Wr t amn f nm.
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, ..,..T rcr.ic. recruu, .rg.,,,.,. " ,.,,,.;.,,, ,,(- d K,ctnrr Lpa ,
t-alem. The ..uks used for this oe;itBe rt, f.ir ,brt), in ord,,r to .ke
e on win oc taKen irom tue song sneer
of the War Ci.mp Community service
which was used in eoimectiou wild the i
woil; among the eddiers at home nnd!
oerens. Those then are the songs hp used or arrangements made for the
that everybody knows. The rouimiiiiityjconstriii'tion of permanent buildings
sing- wi!) he under the direction of John through joint action of tlie Comnier-
,-JV.. Todd, executive secretary of the rial club, the fair board and the for-
" Kur :inip CoiiMiiiinitr servirr, iu 8ti- try ilepartmettt.
Is l... I
The address of the evening will U Amon contingents of U. 8- ma
l.v Hev.J. C. Pinkerton, of l.m A:,geh-s. ; orrn ",''.?, N, w ;u'"sir
.... , , ..,ii- were severs i lan.eue vancv uovs as
o i the intcr-chureh uiovemer.t. be have u!i)wi(: 8,n ,
It.-nrd a great deal of hte about tkefRa, h A 4!rpIlfa. McMinuviilej Don !
eh.tr.-h.-s uniting m their work as one;,,, . .,,, wAl . s,,,,,, '
Of the outcomes of the war.
'tin- union service Kuuilaj escaing is
pi i en in Jill the church" i:i tin- cite.
Kspeci.illy returned service m i are iii The Salem Schotls will begin seven! Louise Heidecker to L. f. Ilaflorsen,
vit-d a;:.l the public i. welcome. This weeks from next Monday Sii.rintciid , - Smiths Krnit Parm, Murion conn
nill be one of the anosi intciistihg nn-'ent John W. Todd ssid thi morning. , ty.
i.n s -rvi.es ..f the season. ! The date is rept. 29, the Monday f..l T. . Znnda to Aiilr.- Wund.-r, 4
Five Men Are Killed When
Grain Eevator Explodes;
win ue roniiiiuea me co.i.u g s. m,i
Port CuUmhiic, Out.. Aug. !. Pivejyear. Tlie board of education hns
r.en were rep.,-Jd kille.1 and fourteen ' reived much .-ncourag.-im-nt from fed-J
injured ,n au exples.on which jwirt-.i lr eral in-p.ct-ir, well as state eduen
Wtro. fcf.l thn nnt'ormiu.nt ifmih i.i.h il.d' ton Vnw itiss nsriiv-it nf lost Bu rn u.n
h-'re this jfi .ni. At !ea-t
f, . a i.. - .i
vere l.i tic nii.it.tn
A grain barge lying' alongside thr
elevator was practically wrecked.
The explosion was cauu'd bv
The dead include two mil! workers
fie captain of the Large h mm and;
an unidentified man.
Tni-irel fl" Pmr J I Vn-na1
iCrgei ll UOj PA nOinS
President HetUine and secretary
( he now it Ii of the Stittle's l.ahe imga
tion district are in the vily today and
have been tu rout'en-nee with the irri
gation securities commission with rt"
gard to the certification of $3!t3,000
worth of bonds. The lands embraced in
their u.ject are iu the. vicinity of
A most attractive community service
i to be held tomorrow tfYeaiug at the
First Methodist church, u which all
the churches of the city ate expected
tu join. A largo part of tlie evening
Ui lie devoted to th iiix''S of well
known religious, patriotic and popular
sours by the aoiUcnce such souk as
"America," th new- version of the
"Battle- Hviiin of the la-public,"
'.Keep the Home Kires lluiuing,"
"Vwing Iaiw Sweet Chariot" and th-
... m.'lmlies dear lo the : uWie heart
Bean pickers . are in demand here.
One firm advertise sped.. ranipiu.it
grounds' with trausuortntiua to ud
from the city to the bean finking' sec
tion north of the city. Aleiig with the
bean sensou ciimes peach pieking and
then the evergreen blackl-m season
ITlien the lioj. seax.n, prune season
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At the next meetim of the city coun
ell nn ordinance w'll be piesented pro
viding for the signing of contract by
the city with the Portlaud Railway
XA'iht and Power company for tlia city
lights for a term ef five ycari icgin
niiitf .Tune 1. 19'JU. Nutwituatandiug the
advance in nil kin l of rt' in evccJ
thing else, the co.npany otfcrj a con
tract to the city at the pfcea prevail
ing during the past five yearn. For
each of the 400 candlo power incan
descent lnni, the rati is a month.
For each post of cluster 1 ghts, to bo
operated from dunk to n'iduight, the
fiaure is '-'.'iO a month. F.e 2o0 eaudlc
power lnui, the ra'e ii :.,i0 a month
At proKcut the lifting lor te cii
leave tomorrow for one of their annual
ow for one of tueir annual
hiking trips of about 17.1 miles. Iu past !
years tliev have walked iu these an
a pack of 00 pounds, while Mrs. Hamil
ton is lloteil one of aooot x. ouniis.
They am prepared to camp out tt
ni(ht and if neccssur ydo their own
cooking. They expect to bi away about
two week - - -
Major A. D. Smith of Mather fly-
day and lln afteiooon will go over!
the flying field at the fair grounds ,
'th tiovernor Olcott, Hlatf Forester
Klliott. Mannaer McCroslicy, of the
..- , , . tk h,nar. and eauin
nil!" pi"" 'or me rtanxnrs sun equip-
f , fMtroi lnt,bw.k Tkil
,,.,.,. wjl i,rob'ildv decide as to"
whether tcmporarv- teut hangars will'
I Mil,-, t Rnrrett. Knsone; fant. Albert
(; skeltnn, CorvaUis,
j lowing the state tair. Teaieers f.ir the1 lures in sections 24 tud 2 s -i
aiein si hools ha". " about all been en-' SS-'i'iO.
gag.-d. The tnaniijl training end shop! M. W. Porchli.-li to P. S. Aaii. rson,
work under the Smith Hughes a t
proved mo,' "utisfiiitory lasi yrar and.
oi!ieis,:iR Ikivs took th( ourse in shop worli.
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t llu I.. tiir rii.ltn nti ,1 i i i.,t,-i n.x. tit.
I Due t.. the popn ati i
I idly growin ;, l( is estimated thst the
fschrols will nis-n wrth an atten lance
nf greater than one year ng.i.
Mnrh of this increased attendance mill
I be in the hifih school.-Complying with
the 1919 Slate law rrangenieBt have
j been made far special teacher to be
! employed in part time or class work,
wi" arrange the cojre far the
coarenieae ot tho who are eaudnyrd
,nd -r WiT.4 ,0 "'' out-ide of
regular Khool hours.
Suivrintciid. nt J. A. I hurcUill is in
attendance upon tV sessions ot the
Clackamas county summer school for
teachers, and will delivei aa addr.
feputv state tn unirer Jos-'ph Kich
aidson left rerenti.- for vit ia eeu
tral Oregon and Klamath Valla, where
he will remain for iHe. Hiks eonveirtion
to open there licit Tuesday.
J. P. Ward of the aupieuie court
bniUilug returned this morning from
au outing of ten da.'s at Nwport.- He
reports the finest type of Oregon
weather at the beach.
Secretary Wood in ef the board of
coutrol is in Portland today o business
connected with his iienattu.1 nt.
Airs." Frank Milier of Chicago is
spending a few w?eks " the city as
the. guest of her Hunt, Mrs. Ed Keene.
Miss Prances tleMatly of the cler
ical corps at the stnte house, left yes
terday for a vacation of two weeks',
juing' first to her home near Corv'allis,
and then to cwmrt.
Secretary Brawn of the state land
board returned thin mori ng from a
business trip to Springfield.
Mis. Carl ii. Do.iey returned recent
ly from an extended vis.t with rela
tives end friends at Coluiebus. Ohio.
Prof. Matthews of Willamette, left
this afternoon to spend ' Sunday in
Portland, where he will occupy the pul
pit in one of the churches.
Mrs. iPrnuk Koseuqucst ar.d daughter
Alpha left this morning- for an outing
P. Ardreien retu'ned this morning
from an outing at Newport.
Kditer Wood of the Falls City paper
which recently suspended, accompanied
by his wife and sou were in thfceity
yesterday on their way to san Francis
co where they ex;et to make their
With 130 a.hool districts In the
county, reports ha"e been made fcy 102
that teachers have been employed. The
districts that huve not as yet secured
their teachers are ieneralh those with
but a few pupils and those that have
been iu the hubit ot paying about o0
Oi. -nontU. Tun last icgnaiure proviueu
Hal itO FrntKJl UiNUici hi uic imv
should vy teacher less than $75 a
mouth, re'gatdless of the number of
pupils attending. It also provided that
no -school teacher may resij,u within 60
d.iys of the beginning ot the echool
tocui. As most schools in tho county
will begin imincdbitely after the statu
fair, the period ."or rcsinationa has
pu-aed. Tho teachers who arc now con
tracted cnniiot rebiijn to get a better
paying district, muss the bonrd with
wliieh the first -contract is niado is
willing to give a release.
Emm Elopfeuatein of Silverton,
widow of Alvin Klopfeosteiu who died
lecently in Portland, has petitioned the
county court for her appointment as
executrix of the estate. Iu ner petition
she stutca that in Marion county the
holdings of the estate is valued at
about :!(KH) with a rental of about
Marion county niw haa a new Nash
tuad Wo ton truek, loaned iby the
State highway commission. It is one ot
the uinny allotted to the highway com
missions of tho different atcs 'by the
war department and Dregou 'has one
for tach county. It is a four wheel
drive with a capacity or two tons,
n,iinnna with an all .teel hndv. and
bulW fot e,rrrj,, auimuiiltiou. The
county will find it necess.iry to equip
the truck with a hoist ard dump body
auapted to hauliug road materials. In
order to be absolutely. fair the trucks
were assigned by lot, and Marion coun
ty was fortunate enough to draw one
that whs almost new, havii.g bceu dtiv
en ibut 100 miles. The wai ilopartiiicnt
expects each county ui-siguod a truck
to re-imburse it f-2,"i.3y lor freight
charecs to Salem.
Deals In Real Estate
It. C. Hnllbcrg to Leonoic Piuiu, lot
4 block 3, liiciimond addition.
Ina Bourne to M. V. Aiihby. 60 aeros
in J. Morley claim 8 1 K.
Sura K. Droger to J. J, MeAi.istcr,
lots 3 aud 4, Druger Hiibiuvikioa.
J. A. Htaiilcv to F. C. htanley ci al
lots 3, 4 and 3, block 2, ltuningtoii ad
M. M. Baker to J. H. Welch, 10 acres
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113 W .. . .
W U li""m J,r Gulluksin, S
"'" K- (',H.',('.,r r,,,im' l7 S'
K. 1 W.; tL'IWII.
L. A. Fairve to K. O. ime, lots 1, 2
and 3, block 2, Mnvs addition, Mt. An
gel. Klin Hnthaway to I'.'iiik Col man,
l2.tio acres in sections 2o aud 3ti-7-I W.
V. J, Eatress to Sarn Dinger, K',i
of lot 9 and WV ot lot M, Mwk 3,;
Ojiecn Anne addition; (2-o0.
Mori ha Huntley to I;. 1). Huntley,
.art nt block 14, Caiofnl i ark adilitinu.
A. J. Parkhurstto Thir (Dinger, lot
II, block 4, Willamette additiou, Hu-
! :0t l 1,1, k 2. Kimlewo-nl addiliou.
j. y While to H. K. Pamir, pait of
, , ,((M.k (3 (; H j,,, ,, ,i;iion;
",.',,. w, f,A f wov
fa rtv haM ,,. ,
rw I w
i IHI' iliiiiH'i SB, niuMnfiini itsitvtv
bv J. J. IliiOi.'..rev
j 'f "n,rnrrV-
l'l'W, J. C
Liberty Band Qiiotations
' lork. Aug. .-Libeity nx
quotations: 3'i's, .; iist 4 , 91.2i
second 4's, 93. P.; fir.t '', 4.0;,
second V,'t, J.1..T'; thiij -i'i's, W.Mi
fourth 4 V a. 93.26; vi.toij i 93M;
47 's, 99 St
PROVISIONS OF KLW
SCHOOL LAW DEFINED
Compulsory Educauoa For
Children Under 18 Made
Every child in the state of Oregnc
is assured of an education up to tlie
eighth grade, or what is equivalent t
the second ear of the jinior high
school in Salem. And not only assured,
but obliged to complete this grade and
it is the duty under the 19111 law for
parents or guardians t( see that this
grade is made before any one under
the age of IS years is allowed to take
up any employment diying school
Superintendent of county sclnmls V.
M. Smith, is today iimiliir; to all
schoil boards in the county, a exmdene-!
ed copv of the Oregon school law
Many impoitant changes were made
by the last legislature and it is to
these new laws that the attention of
directors is called.'
If the child is nut retarded ill his
studies or lost time he should complete
the eighth grade ill his 14th year. Hut
unless the child has made this grade
at any age under IN, he is obliged to
continue study if employed.
The 1019 law provides for part time
schools where there are 13 or more
pupils iu a district between the ages
of 14 and IS years who have entered
npon employment and who have not
completed fhe 8th grade.
The law of !'l! also makes it im
ierative that all children between the
ages of 10 and 1M years must be in
school or legally employed, unless they
have acquired the ordinary branches of
learning taught in the first eight year
of public schoid or are attending an
evening school for an equivalent time.
School boards or the county superin
tendent of schools may issue to any
child from 14 to 18 years old, a certifi
cate showing that the eighth grade has
been completed, which must be shown
to employers if the pupil desires em
ployment during school months. The
employers nnis; leiislly notify the school
dreetora from which tho child comes
or the county supoiintcndcnt when any
minor is employed mid whut such em
Tlu new law nln ).rev':des that part
time schools oi eiasscs may be iu ses
sion not less than five hours a week
between the hours of 8 o'clock a. iu.
and 6 o'clock p. m. " ;
COBB CONTINUES TO
LEAD WITH WILLOW
Veteran Stick Artist At Top
Of American List With
New York,. Ang. 9. Pounding along
at a .305 clip, yo'ir old tiiend Tynis
-Cobb is looking flora the top Of tho
American league batting averages,
Pursuers are many, but the closest,
tleorgp Hiiller, is, Jutting only .3oo,
Hobby Vcai h, Detroit, is third at .343
Eddie Konsch, Cincinnati, is head.
ing the list of reg'ilnrs in the National
league, having jumped to an average
of .3'Jt. One point behind him is M
Henry, St. Louis, and trailing him is
Zach Wheat, dtrooklvn, with a count
Johnston, Cleveland, leiiis American
league base stealers with 23, while Cut
hav, Pittsburg, holds the National
league honors, having piT?ered S!7.
Kddie Cirorto st'Il tops the Ameri
can, league pitchers with nineteen vic
tories and six defeats. Next is Sothor
on, Ht. 1inis, wilh fifteen and five,
and then Williams, Chicago, with sev
enteen and six.
PER8HINO NOT RLCALLED
Washington, Aug. 9. t'linf lii re
ports from Paris that General Fer.diing
had been called home suddenly were
ift inn firmed nt thi M-fir Iniin rhiipnt
Jt,lav. Either Hecretnrv Iiaker nor
Chief of Ktaff March, it was siii! offi
ciiilly, had heard of the proposed re
Washington, Aug. 9.1 ue nrmy is 8o
per cent ih'iiiobili.ed, the war depart-
nieiit a'lnoiiiii-i'd todav. Jn Ailg.ist
'he bioiv iiuiulii'ied 54!l,9!. o( I iii ) an
men, only 2,i."i,"'t' mor" tlnin the Liittor
iwd n'ce strength.
We have solved the
pro'ileio of being ef
fi nut and discreet.
At all times we
strive to perform
0'ii duties in a man-n-r
thar meets with
STATE EDITORS tlAl IE
OFFICERS FOR YEAR
Resolution Passed Opposing
Repeal Of Present Postal
Portland, Or., Aug. 0,- lhe Oiegon
State Hditorial associativa at its cha
iug session late yesterday r.fternoon re
elected C. K. Ingalls, editor of tue Cor
vallis Cinaette Times, president.
I.lovd Kichea of the Oregon City Eu
terprise, wr.s re-elected secretary. J. E.
tiratke. editor of the Astoria Budget,
was chosen as a sncmbei ol tho execu
A kiiimmh! session of the state legisla
ture for the ratification of tLu national .Thomas suspended sentence when i o
suffrage amendmciit was eudotscd In 'baugh eoniesst-d that it we a teirible
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resolution which the association adopt
ed The resolution also fsvered actlo.i
i-r. thi Kocaevelt hi-rhwty t .id th" cor
rection of legislation that threatrua to
deprive Oregon of the benefit bt fed
eial aid in highway work, iu too event
Coveiiior Olcott calls a special session.
Another resolution voiicj opposition
to the repeal of the posta! louing law,
the editors believing that the lepeal
would favor mail order houses aim big
newspapers of tho east.
Reservations On Second
Special Car For Salem
Elks Being Booked Fast
Good progress is being made by the
Elks hi securing, roserv.it ions for the
second coach for the Klamath. Falls trip
leaving the city next Wednesday uoon.
Among those who hr.ve reserved berths
for the second Pullman arc the two Gib
son sisters, Oliver Myers. A. 11. Hunt
and sisters, Frank Light, Mr. a'ld Mrs.
Robert Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jer
man. Mr. and Mrs. Wal..ico Cooly and
A. H. Dole. Those who have not as yet
secured reservations sboiud apply to
Oscar Hteelhammer at the Commercial
club or E. Cooke ration. Tlie raffroan
fare and the urn of the Pullman for the
five days in figured at about $33 or
possibly little less. Fhiiu Portland
conies the word that the big city dele,
gates will vote for Snlem as the light
eitv for the 1920 state convention of
Elks and there ia rcther a feeling here
that Knlcm will have no diff unity In
landing it. 'Through a motion intro
duced by Alderman Gerald Volk, the
city has extended to the Elks its Invi
tation to come here next year. The spe
cinl leaves Salem about 12:30 Wednes
day noon nnd will leave Klunmth Falls
on the return trip about midnight Sat
COPPER MARKET STRONG.
New York Aug. 9. The copper mar
ket has slumped a half rent within the
last few weeks. Metal for delivery in
September is being quoted now at 24
cents, with others at 2.'!Vi-'
Failure of orders from abroad to ma
terialize is one of the principal rea
sons for the decline, with low rates of
foreign exchange and reluctance to ex
port under these onditons.
NOTIOE Off 8ADE OT GOVERNMENT
timber, general land office, Washing
ton, D. C, June 27, li. Notice ts
hereby given that autfject o the condi
tions and limitations ot the act of
June 0, 191(1 ( Stat., 218), and the
instructions of the secretary of the in
t'""0' of September 15, 1917, the ties-
her on the following lands will tie sold
August 20, 1919, a 10 o'clock a. m., at
publie auction at t United States
land office at Portland, Oiegon, to the
highest biddur at not less than the ap
praised value as shown by this notice,
sale to be subject to the approval of
of the aeuretary of the interior, The
purchase price, with aa additional sum
of one fifth of one per cent thereof,
being eommiavinns allowed, Bust be
deposited at time of sale, money t be
returned If sole is not approved, other
wise patent will Issue for the timber
which must be removed within ten
years. Bids will be received from citi
zens of the United States, associations
of such citizens and corporations or
ganized under the laws of the United
States or any state, territory or dis
trict thereof only. Upon application of
a qualified purchase, the timber on any
legal subdivision will be offered sepa
rately before ibeing included in any of
for of a larger unit. T. 2 N., R. 8 W.,
.See. 11, NWtt SW'W. red fir S10 M.,
cedar 55 M., HW HW',4, red fir 740
it., none of the red fir or cedar to be
sold for less than $1.50 per M, T. 9 S.,
ft. 2 Sc. 5, NE4 NKV, fir 1090
M, hemlock 270 M., NWVi-NLVi fir
hSO M., hemlock loO M., SEVi NEW,
fir 1770 M., heiilock 2.'.0 M.f RW'4
r., nr fi.iio .ii., ueouoca i.uu oi.,
Sf.'t NWi,, fir to.'IO M- kcmlock 131)
M., NW'4 NW4, fir 17R0 M., NE'4
m, fir 1170 M., hemlock 120 M.,
NWt4 8E!4, fir 1830 M., hemlock 50
M.. SEV, SE'i, fir 1190 M., hemlock
30 M., SWV, 8IH4, fir 790 M., NK4
HW, fir 19.0 M., NW RWyt, fir
2100 M., 8KV1 BWVi, fir lMO M.,
SWU 8WV4, fir 12M M no of the
fir to be sold for less than II. oo per M.,
aui none of ths hemlock to be sold for
less than 75 cents per M. T. 9 8., B. S
,., Sec. 25, RWW NWV1, red fir 4ofl
M., SE'4 JfK'4, red fir 350 M., 8W
red fir 500 M., mine of the red
fir to be sold for lets than 2 per M.
CLAY TALLMAN', Cemmfssbuer, Gen -
eral Land Office,
TU Capital Journal
Daily Market Report
Wheat, soft white No. 1 2
Peed oats - W)c.
.Milling Oats 92r
Hay, cheat, new 17
Hav, osti, new Hf,20
Mill run 4344
J Itatterfat ..- ... - 2e
Crramerv butter - fio.Tii4e
Pork, Vsal ax, a Mntton
Pork on foot lBc
ottf?naI W ani
Quick Reference To Firms That G:?2 Service On Sber!
Where Buyer And Seller Meet We
Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salem Eleetrie Co., Wasonie Temple,
KacxvUle. Iowa. BU odhouiiiis, on a
trail following theft of a picture show
dynamo at OlmiU, stopped ad oafl'cd
"treed" iu. a cornfield. Too sheriff
dug up 43 quarts of whiskey.
Bakersficld, Cal. After sentencing
O. F. Cgbauch for drunkenness, Judgo
ordeal to get iu such eouditioa via the
two per cent beer route.
Keep Them Home !
Call 398. Highest prices paid for
junk, second hand goods and machin
ery. Bt sura nnd call 398, get the right
prices. The square deal house.
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271 Chemeketa St. Salem, Or.
MACHINE SHOP WORK
Expert machine shop sorvies by Mr.
rtergman at high school macnine
shop. 12 years experience. Gear out
ting a specialty. High elass machine
tools, (julck service. Phone 448. 8 15
m. Li. HALL WILSON Hp
s3 eiaUst in the Modern 8cisntifin
Abdication of Glasses for the aid or
vision and the relief of Eyestrain and
Headache. Office cloeed ISattirdays.
Office 210211 V. 8. Bank building.
Phones, office 145; re. 1244.
Chinese Medlelna and Tea Cs
Has medicine which will enrt any
Opea Sundays from 10 A. L
natil I P, 11. . ,
153 Bouth High Bt.
Salem, Oregon Phoaa 233
- w. I. EIQDON - CO.
252 North High Strast
Spring kin be
l.wes ......... ...
Egg and rout try
Egpt, f'h - '
Hens, live - SBc
Old roosters !
Uroilers - 23t24e
New potatoes Mic
(ireee imions rlos . 40e
Onions, per sack - d.u
Peaches 'Mi 75c
Watermelons .. - I 3 4c
Unions, box - i.wi(gjs.uu
iietisy, extrsttcd - 2(K
Cnteloni4s .. .....- - 2.7o :i.2'.
Bunch bsets . 3
Head lettuce - - "
Carrots - .
Eggs dozen 60
Creamery butter . - 70e
Country butter 60c.
Flour, hard wheat .. ..J.I0(ai3.25
Portland, Or., Aug. 9. 't.Ut-r, city
Kjrgr selecied loial ex 4(i54e
Cheese, triplets 3840e
DAILY LITE 8TOC KMAEK.ET
Tone of market steady
tiood to choice steers !l(!yl
Fair to good steers 10.50
Common to fair steers 77.50
Choice to good cows snd heifers
Medium to good cows and hciferi
. - ,fej
Calves !i'ni I ..."
Time of market fpiiet
1'riiiin mixed I .5"('i -II
Medium mixed 2"(a H'.-'O
Hough heavies l! 2"'f'i M
Pigs H' -
Tone of market sternly
Prime lambs tlfo 1173
Fair to medium b.ml-s ?!'10
Yearlings 'm 1'
Wethers iti'.r 7
Ewes W'i 7.23
27 North High-
WHY SELL FOR LESS?
We. will, pay you more cash lor yov
household goods. Get our bid oeforw
you sell Peoples Furniture aud Bard4
ware Store, 271 N. Com. Et FkoM
NO CASH BKQUIRED Good overeeM
shoes and suits, all km. Is ot nmsts
al instruments, shotguns, rifles, heat
ing stovos, ga stoves, suit casea as4
10UO other useful articles to si-U aa
trade. What have yout The Cap.taJ
Kxchange. 337 Court 8t. Phoae 4.
TOUR used furniture, stoves, srpM
and tools, aa we pay fair price turn
evervthiug. Call 947
CAPITAL HARDWARE t TVES
2S3 N. Com! St.
I BENOVATE, block and trim. ladiasi
aud men's hats at WI! prices, nnd
better work; material is scaise, hftta
are expensive, what's tho ausarert
C. B. Ellworrh, 495 Court St., Sac
STOVES BHBUILT AND BEPAtBlW
SO years experience, Depot Katiaaa
and A ni erica a fence.
Sizes 28 ts 58 la. high
Paints, oil and varnish, ets.
Loganberry and hop hooks. . '
Salem Fence and Stove Works, ,
250 Court street, Phone tH."
J. A. Rowland Furniture SrS
Buys, sells and exehaagea new em
2d hand fotnitora. All liads 4
repair wark, light grinding, fittefc
and braxaig; a specialty. KjsuJ
prices. 247 North Cemmereial tl.
SA1BM 80AYENOKBrbag a
refuse of all kinds rontOsed ea Mmm
ly eoatraeta at resaonwo rato
Cess pools cleaned. Dead anlnHlat !
moved. Offiea phone Main 167,
Oa Good Real Eel ate Soiurlty
TB08. K. FORD
Over Ladd A Bush bank; Salem Orsfssl
FED EB AI FARM LOANS 5
cent Interest. Prompt amies. JU
years tim. Federal farm loan bil
lot sale. X. C hiutsJ dC2 Sa
(.on ie Tempi. Salem, Oseoea,
IIWUSANCB COfJSCiie-For fraa lax
formation wlwut Life InaUMUiesi kd
J. F. KoteBm, d't. wae- m
th Mutual Lit of X. T., afilea a
S71 State" Bt., Salem, Or. Off
phoa 99, residence 1338. tt
Onr Prices re Right
W. M. ZANDLBH, Pregrlefesf
1255 N. Summer Street, Salom, Orefest
STEWABT'S BEPAJB SUOB-JLawsi
mowers ground fcy SnacBinSsy; all
kinds of grinding, lock smitnlng, n
brellaj recovered, light repolrinje C
all kinds. 847 Court St.
KNIGHTS OF PXTHIA3 KEET AT
McCornsck hall on every Toesdayj
t 8. Walter Lenon, C. C, P. Jn
Kuutz, K. K. 8. . t
B0YAL Neighbor of America, Orw
gin (Irspe camp No. I3W meet evwry
Thursdar evening in McCornoak had
Elevator sr-vii-e. Ora;le, Mrs. Cstf
rie E. Bunn, 618 Uuiou hi; reeoa
dcr Mrs. Melissa Persons, 1411 Jf
4th' Bt. Phone 1436M.
UNITED ARTISANS Cspital Asaasa
bly No. 84 meets first Thursday 4
each month at S p. m. in Maednnj
Temple. Olenn C. Niles, M. A.; O. A,
Vibbert, secretary, 340 Owens street,
MODERN WXXUKMFiN OP AMEBICA
lOrogon Cediir Camp Ho. 52t6,meta
every Thursday evening nt 8 o'etoek
in MeCornsck buildin;; !ort a4
Liberty streets. W. M. Persona, v.
C.j Frank A. Turner, clerk.
ULKM WATEB MTANT Of fioa
corner Commereial and Trade street
Bills payable monthly la advaae.
Out of 60 student in the pnarmnay,
department ot the University of W a
iilon thlj year 30 are women.
To replaee the old building reeenftj
burned, thn school district of Empire,
in CVs county, has voted funis of