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JOURNAL WANT AD DEPARTMENT IS THE BEST SELLING
EEDI03 IN MARION COUNTY-TRY TEEM FOR RESULTS
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Minimum charge, 15.
"MABTEt" painter. Pkone 704. ?23
iWOOD for sale. Phone 2093M. tf
WANTED Cattle and calves, anf
kind. Phone 1576W. 9 5
WANT To buv 4 tons balid hav, oats
and vetch. Bt. 4, Box 13A. ' 814
liIST your propertv with SOCOLOF
SKY. " tf
W. BEAVER well driller. Fhone S27J.
1165 N. 19th St. Salem, Or. 9 9
LIST your property with SOCOLOF
WANTED Auto mechanic. Call El
gin Service, 134 S. v'o.vl 8 12
LIST your property with 80COLOF
FOR SALE Elgin six, 1918 model at
Marion garage. tf
FOR the best shoe repairing, go to N.
Brueck, 163 & ou'l bt. . 9 13
HAND quilting neatly done. Phone
MOTORCYCLE for suls cheap. Call 18
F3 between 12 and 1 e clock. 814
BALED elover hay for sale. Phone 23
FOR SALE 50 White Leghorn hens,
at 2200 N. 5th 8'.. 814
TWO cords of ash wood wanted. 909
8. 13th. II. W. Delnolair.. 8 14
FOR hauling and truck work try the
Farmers Transfer truck, phone 100!j
M, 1170 N. 15t 6U A. H. Bieder
FOR dress making gee Ml, A. H. Bie
derman, 1170 M. 15 St. Phoae 1008-1.
FOR SALE Cheap, 5 room house, two
lota, plenty fruit) no incumbrance.
Phone 1393. 9 9
FOB 8ALB Ford auto top, good con
dition, bargain. Call ui tf 7 p. m.
1350 N. Kith. 8-14
"WANTED To rent S to 7 room mod
ern house possession on or before
Not. 1st. Dr. Fred Ellis, tf
WE make the beet power prune dippers.
Bolem Mfg Co., 1396 N. Front Bt. tf
JA9. LYONS practical painter. Phone
W. F, WRIGHT, Turner, auctioneer,
Why not get himt - tf
GOVERNMENT loans at 5 percent.
W. D. Smith, Salem Bank of Com
WANTED 1000 suite to clean. C.
Ears Sparks, tailoring and cleaning,
1855 State St. Phone 508. 8-14
DEKOBATO sanitary waU tint, best
made: beautiful sew colors. Boreas
Com! St. tf
WALL PAPER 15 cents per double ml
pwsrd. Buren's Furniture Store.
179 Commercial. tf
FOR BALE Buick four 5 passenger
ear in good condition; ree this car
to appreciate its reel woith. Salem
Velie company, 10. N. torn. 8 16
WE eaa save you many dollars on
your new piano. 8omo beautiful pi-
, anoa at bargain prices ami easy
terms. The Wiley B. A'lcn Co., 519
Court Bt. 8 15
FOB 8 ALB With poeseio at once,
seven room bungalow, lath, toilet,
eleetria lights, one bK-V to paved
street, wiia eeraer lot; on easy terms
Boo P. N. Andreses, 876 N. 14tk St.
r Thomas H. Cole, 387 Mission St.,
Ws bay sad sell notes, morf-
fsges and all kinds of bonds.
114 Mfeonie Building
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
WANTED Hay or straw to bale.
Phone 1572J. - 8 19
FOR SALE Fat row, or trade for
fresh cow. W. M. Sckuett, Rt. 2. 8 14
LOST Ladies dark greea and cream
coat button. Phone 44K14 8 14
WOK wsntedor team, ia kop yard.
Hans Popp, Oerva:s, B,C if. . 8-15
LOST Bill folder .-ontaining $95.
Finder please call 773B. 8-15
NEW bicycle for Kile. 1650 N. 5th
DINING room table and e.ia'ys, secre
tary and rocker for sale. 152 N. 13th
FOR SALE One row, ho se, 12 inch
plow, and single Rrt cultivator. II.
C. Howard box 23, Bt- 8. 8 14
FOR SALE Ba'.t l clover hay and
grain 20 dollars ton. C. lluller, one
mile south McNnry station. 818
FOR RENT 4 room bouse 196 8. 23th
1 block from State St. earliae, $7.
See R. Lamb, 643 a Kth. , tf
LIGHT four Studobakor bug. Its a
dandy buy and will sell for $300,
casv terms. Salem Velie eompany,
162' N. Com. 816
WILL buy evergreen blackberries on
vine, par 3c. Apply Fred Limbeck,
Phone 1310M. 8 14
FOB SALE A modern six room bun
galow, one block froir pavement,
largo garage. C D cart Journal. 8-14
FOR SALE About ( tens of baled
cheat hay. John Zak, Bt. 6, box 34A.
FOR SALE By. owner at a saerifce, a
20 room house eloss in. Phone 1737
WANTED To rent five or six room
modern house with garage. Phone
1013J or 926. tf
FOR SALE! A modern house ready to
move into. Oima and look it over.
645 S. 12th St. F. A. Eriion. tf
WANTED Carpenter to remodel
house by contract, material furnish
ed. For particulars call 3uF2 or write
Kt. 5, box 30, Salem. K. A. Blivins.
FOR TRADE 320 acre rareh in Har
ney Co., Or., for Willamette valley
property. Box 77, Bt. 4 Salem, Or.
BEST business location iu the city of
Newport for sale; modem store build
ing and improvements. If interested
write W F 25 care Journi.L 8 16
WILL sell s very fine piano, sweet
tone and looks nice, for (.50. This is
a bargain. The Wiley E. Allen Co.,
519 Court St. - 815
WANTED Position ia Salem by com
petent bookkeeper and stenographer.
Will substitute during summer vaca
tions. Address O S journal. tf
EGOS, EGGS, EGOS Poultrymen I
can sell your eggs and make you a
profit. Address U T, ZH Henry bldg.
Portland, Or. 8 22
FOR SALE Nine room bouse, large lot
modern conveniences, doable gsrnge.
elose in, on street ear line and paved
street. G L care Journal tf
EOP pickers register now. Three
weeks picking, pleasant eamp ground
good clean yard, tents and eut wood
furnished. Register at offiee of Wil
lamette Valley Transfer Co., eor.
Ferry and High Sts. Phone 1400. tf
NUHSERY STOCK Italian prunes,
grafted walnuts and all other kinds
of nursery stock for fall delivery.
Also a second hand Maxweld auto
will trade for a good team. Brooks
Nursery, Lafayette, Or. 8 28
FARMERS ATTENTION Ws handle
the old reliable Pag fenee direct
from factory ia ear load lots; Per
fection Automatic Gates Milwaukee,
air pressor water systems, fresh wa
ter direct from aprine; or well. L. J,
Davenport, T. V. Allen, Silverton,
Paste fence men for Marios and
Clackamas eonnties. 8 18
HOP nickers wanted ia Mitoma yard,
we furnish wood and teats, store on
grounds, all former pickers, welcome
and new ones as well, at 60s per box,
114 seres of the Tory best hop in
Oregon, register at Adorph jliros
State St., or Homer IL Smith, Me
Cornick fcldg., Court Bt. tf
Sa!p, Ore. r
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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON,
C.rfAVEXKTEIN rp.d.s 7e per box,
delivered. Phone oni. tf
LOST French bhu T. Phone 130
J. . 8-15
WANTED Three or faur loom furnish
ed house. Apply 3 Com t St. 8 IS
CHEAP apartments ff.r rent, with ue
of well water. Phon 1735 W. tf
WANTED Invalid's ahe.4 chair. Ad
dress 220 D St. 8 IS
iPTRN'ISHED housekeeping rooms at
818 N. Commercial. 8-16
FOR SALE American adiling machine
Call at 4S0 8. 1'th St. after 4
o'clock. 8 19
IDFCKS for sale, one diiea Indian
Runners for sale. I'M", State St.
MEN wanted at tile works near fair
grounds. Apply Saleus Tile and Mer
cantile Co. . tf
FOR SALE Small mar?, suitable for
women anil children to ride or drive.
Phone 1572J. 8 15
WANTED A woman to do cooking on
prune farm near Vancouver, Wash.
Rt. 3, box 48. , 8 14
WANTED Man and wife on farm;
wifo to do cooking, man general
farm work. fit. 3, box Vancouver
.Wash. . 8 14
TOR SALE CIIEAr 191 Elgin six
auto, A 1 condition, good tires, runs
like new. Salem Velie company, 102
N. Commercial stit. 8-15
GOOD gentle ladies riding horse with
saddle.- bridle for sale; weight 800
to 1000 lbs; a lively st-pper, at the
Club stables. 8 14
FOR SALE 7 room modeth bouse, on
paved street, close in. bargain at
$.'1600. See T. JL Hicks at United
States National bank. 814
FOR SALE A windmill in good eon-
dition, on a 50 foot tow, also a few
White Plymouth Rock cockerels.
Phone 763 or 53F2. 814
FOR SALE Best buy in rust Salem,
ioi auxin ft, op.st front, paved t.
Small house, large barn, choice fruit
trees. 20S5 State St. or 1855 State
STUMP AGE for salts, vey reasonable
ror wnoio tract, win be at my eaoin
on premises half mile north of Quia
aby station, Sunday Aug. 17. Alma
S. Johnson. , 1-16
WANTED Modern hoiiK, responsible
party, no children: will lease for 6
. months or year. X Y , care Journ
BARGAIN Five room cottage on pav
ed street east Sa'em, good plumbing,
1200 .300 cash bi.li.uce . monthly
payments. F. L. Wood, Bayne build
WANTED To rent furnished apart
ments of 4 rooms or more, by Sept.
Bth. Must be good; or wiil consider
small residence. J-13 e.nre Journal.
HOP pickers wanted. Three Weeks pick
ng, commencing about Aug. 22(1.
Kcizer bottom sit miles northwest
of Salem. O. O. McC'.clIaa. Phone 54
WANTED i Woman to do laundry
work at home. Parties r ill take and
come after laundry: state price.
Write 320 Capital Jot'rnal. 8 14
FOR SALE By owuer, MQ sere farm,
9 miles east of'Salein, new 9 room
plastered house, 'all at 844 Marion
St. or Phone 62 M. 8 14
$2500 TAKES Tjlock, with good 8
room house, newly papered, bath, toi
let, electric lights, cement walks,
gnrage, good barn, fruit and garden.
Will sell all or part. Also have large
lot with 2 room house. Owner here
abort' time only. Inquire 1395 N. Lib
erty St. tf
WANTED Eipc:ienced nbn-union
hand compositors, linotypo and mon
otype operators, pressmts (cylinder
and platen), book binders and rulers,
for Portland, Oregon. Permanent po
sitions, good 'al-ir, ideal working
conditions and eliuiate. Write
giving part exjierien-e and salary
earned. P. O. box 1093 roitland, Ore
BARGAIN 160 aefle stock and dairy
ranch for sale or trade for property
in Maron county.
3V4 miles from Toledo, Or, 30 asres
level land fit for cultivation 20 acres
has been under cultivation! ia orch
ard and grass. Ounty thA through
place and school houae ca land.
1 million feet of fir and alder and
plenty of vineoiaple, 1 miles from
tide water and all down hill. Wood
1 sold last winter for $12 er cord at
Newport; more than rar.tgh wood to
twice pay for the place. Over three
miles of outrange for tattle, goats
and sheep. Adjoining place held at
$.1000, $2200, three sprint!! and two
ereeks on place. WriU W F 25 ears
Journal. ' g-16
olOTS AUTO EXCHANGE
849 N. COM. T. M. C. A BLOCK
TRED CARS BOUGHT FOR CASH
OR BOLD ON COMMISSION.
1 :!." Buick 4 cylinder. f,00
Chalmers 5 passengr, A 1 condi
Stu'Whaker chassis for bug, $123
1916 Maxwell $400
1918 Chevrolet sdas
5 passenger Ovrelsnd to trads for lot
191 Studerker 50
1'7 Hstob six $700
1915 Overland $VM
6 passenger Stadebaker, $1W.
We sell oils, frtn, gasoline, ased
anto parts, tires sad accetsories.
Deer Seasoa To Re Uniform
Throabst State This Year
la former years the d-er hunticg
season opened August 15 in division 1.
west ef the Case.de, but this year
the seasoa will be sif irm throughout
all parts ef the stiie aid open Sept
1. There is no open season ea elk. Peer
hunting will be "(emitted until Oct.
31. The only exceptie t is in Inioa and
Wallowa counties vhere the st'asoa
opens and closes ten dar- later. The
bag limit is two der with hums, the
same as la-i year. Besides buck deer
with horns, there is an open seasoa be
tween Sept. 1 and Oct. 31 on silver
gray squirrels, doves and wild pigeons.
Any person killing any mountain sheep
mountain goat, antelope, elk, moose or
beaver, may be fined frrm 200 to
$1000 and imprisoae. not less than 60
days nor more thaa six months. Be
sides fines, anyone vblating the Ore
gon fish and game lws shall be sub-jn-t
to a civil liability innging from
$2 for each game bird to $300 for elk
or mountain sheep.
FOR RENT 3 sleeping rms ia Hub
bard bldg. Call at loom ?04. t(
FOR SALBiNew modern bungalow
with full size lot, very leasonable.
1475 N. 4th. 816
FOR SALE Fine brjod uian., 10 yems
old, weight 1700. V. & Furrier, 6
miles south on Friable :.iad. 8 20
FOR SALE Cheap, well improved 5
acre tract l'i m'.li from Salem. M
P care Journal. 8-16
FOR RENT Nice front fleeping room
EXPERIENCED man WHnts to rent
prune orchard anl bcriies. 330 Di
vision St. 9-14
ELEVATOR girl wanted, day work.
Apply in person to Elmo S. White,
manager Masonic 'IYm; It. Room 402.
FOR SALE Or rent. one and half
acres loganberries, jut out of city
limits on South Co.i'incn'al St. C. H.
I-ake, Rt. 3, box PC 8 14
WANTED To buy f:uit farm of 20 or
more seres, chiefly prunes and ber
ries. Want income property at fair
valuation. J A care Journal. 8-14
FOR SALE A few big husky regis
tered Angora yearmiij and kid bucks
Come and sea them. K. W. Hogg, Sa
lem, Rt. 2. 8-16
FOR SALE 7 roo u house, eorncr lot,
facing east and uo;tu, sew garage,
garden spot. All elear Can give pos
session at any.timo. See property at
1291 N. 4th. Pho-ie 5iF'. .S id
FOR SALE Pour year old Jersey cow,
fresh, witk the calf. One half mile
east on Jefferson road. Phone 6'.ft'21,
W. B. Beott. 8-15
FOR SALE iFord touring car, 1916;
sounds good, looks good; fully equip
ped. See Earl Wood, Liberty Garage,
Ferry St. 8 15
BOYS wanted at Club Boiviing alleys.
See Cid Doolittlo at 203 Union Ht.
this evening or 122 N. Com '1 Friday
morning. Must bo fourteen or older.
BARGAIN8 8 acrct rivtr bottom land
small house, close to town, only $6.i0
14 seres sumo location, good build
ings, $2:100. 23 acr'js, nev bungalow,
river bottom lan 1, $300il. 40 acres
close to Salem, fair bbtldings, $:t()U0.
40 acres good ptiiti'i iand- $80 per
acre. 7 riHiin buu ilov J.r00. 7 room
I .fttti.u ftir.OO. A room pntfr.ui. tiflved
street $1200. F. L. Wood, Bayne
FOR SALE 10 asr.-i all tnltivated. 5
acres of bearing Wunet, good crop
balance: fine land for loganberries,
strawherrice or prunes and cherries;
siniill house; i'n miles out. Price
$.'!300. See E. B. Urnbenhorst, 275
State street. 8 15
A BSAL HOME
5 room strictly modern bungalow,
full basement, all nuilt in features;
large lot. See it. $':7ri0. $1500 cash,
balance terms. John H. Pcott Rculty
Co., 404 Hubbar l b:dg. ,
MOTOHiCTCI?-i.ror sale. Hi a single
cylinder bnt a go get em. Do you
want itf If so phone 613, ask for
TEAM of mares, weight 1050 each,
good workers, single and uouble, snd
sons J; will sell separate. It ia seed
of a sheep team look th.s pair over;
ao reasonable off?. refused. 225 Cen
ter ask for bara mim. 8 14
IJOMB for sale, 8 room hn;ise, hot wa
ter heat and every ecnenience, all
kinds of frnit, gardm and berries.
Ons acre on pavec! street near ear
line. Beautiful grounds, for limited
time price $4000, on reanonable terms
I'hone owner 244T or call 1805 Mar
ket St. tf
A fKlOD improved home cheap, 4 acres
well improved, young bearing prune
orchard, other fruit, good buildings,
good water, gravHed mad. 3 miles
from city, $2600.
Good 7 room house we'l plumbed, 2
fine lots, plenty of fruit, block from
ear line snd paved street. 12500.
1 acres, fair buildings, good soil; 3
miles from eity. $2VlO. Sqnar. Deal
Realty Co. Phone 470. tf
60 acres. 45 in rnltiial;on, 15 in
timber. A snap. $o000, $1300 cash,
balance to suit.
40 acres with ''rst c!s improve
ments, all in en'tivntinn. fine family
orchard. $11,000. Johr. 11. Scott
Realty Co., 404 IldbHsrd bl.lg.
FOR SALE 57 sc trsct. 30 acres cut
tivated. balance psfire and S seres
of rood timber. 10 : of good
Italian prone or.ba-4. some cherries
and spples; good fravel road, good
7 room boose and bam; lty miles
from Salem. Price $10 iier sere. Hc
E. a Orsbeohorst, 273 State St. 7 15
THURSDAY. AUGUST 14,
l(MG!E BURIED llf j
SLEEPY HOLLOV PLOT;
.Cisans Of Steel Barco Borne
Tliroiisi K'ils He Lored
Leaex, Maw., Aug. 14. The body of
Andrew Carnegie was borne through
the Berkshire llilis be- loved o well
for the last time to.lUy.
Banked high vita flowers, his rof
tia was taken over th mountains of
MaMachnwrtts and into Hillsdale,
wker a special train was waiting to
bear it to Sleepy Hollow, a short dis
tance from Terrytown, N. Y.
tsjneirie's funeral this morning was
simple. There .were about forty persons
at Shadowbronk- when Dr. William
Herwn Morrill, pastor of the Brick
Prebytriaa church, New York, began
Carles M. Schwab, head of the
Bethlekcna Steel corporation, shortly
after the services said:
"We were the closest of friends and
I ran hardly believe he ha gone."
Mrs. Carnegie wiil not return to
Shadowbrook, it was said at the Car-,
negie resideace, but will go to New
York' city after the burial at Slcepv
GREAT BHITAIH OPENSD
House Of Commons Passes
Bill To Punish Firms For
London, Aug. It. Great Britsis
dealt a body blow to prospective prof
iteers at dawn today r hen, sitting as
a committee ef the whole s'nee four
o'clock yesterday afternoon, the house
if commons passed the bill sgoinst
profiteering. The bill was passed at
J 47 o'clock.
Ttie bill included several amend
ments. One provides for the prosecu
tion of directors of rorpirntious, with
a penalty ef three months' imprison
ment and a fine of $1000. Another,
aiming at combines, empowers the
board of trade to make investigations
at ny time- and fix minimum prices.
The amendments aim provide for the
establishment ef a centra costs depart
stent and. the admittance of women to
membership ia the local food costs
Laborites jeered and laughed whek)
an amendment was aiiopttd providing
that th bill be appluuble only to
profiteering committed after the bill
ieeomee a law. Lot J itobjrt Cecil, for
mer minister ef war trade, and Sir Don
ald MaeLeau, ft liberal, joined in the
attack, declaring the Hin.'ndment left
the profiteers in possesion of enorm
ous profits they hai rade since the
Umpire Bill Klein Heads
Own Ball League At Last
Tonkers, N. Y., Aug. 14. (United
Press'.) "Bill" Klem, the National
lcafrnn arbiter, has realized a life long
amliition. He is the bond of a liHsetmll
lenirue. and. while it is an amateur ir
cuit, it is by no means-a "bush league"
The City Hawtinl! league Yonkerx,
N. Y., with William Klem, president, is
a live combination, with the best bull
kissers of Westchester county playing
Sunday afternoon games. The eight
mnnugers reprcscntinjr the teams in the
circuit uiiuiiimounly ideeted William J.
Klein, as their president. President
Klein has eitfht umi.ires under hiui. who
are responsible solely to him in the snmc
fushion as he is to the head of the Na
tional lguo. He hasaken a particu
lar interest in the umpire question and
is rapidly developing his arbiters Into
big league prospects,
When it comes to deciding protests,
10 acres of good loganberry bind all
cultivated, located south ui Sulem.
8 seres of good loganberry or prune
land, located 4 miles south of Snlem,
elose U l"cifie highway. Price $1000.
20 acre, all cultivated, good 5 room
plastered hosse, bar:-, ehickea house,
drilled well, 4 aer" loganberries, 5
acres of cherries, 4 seres Belles, rock
road, close le mam highway. Pries $7,
OOfl. Well improved 5 arrs tract, all cul
tivated, family en-surd, 2 acres logan
berries, good 8 room puttered house,
barn; oa main gravel rvai close to Sa
"lem. Price $3500.
1 acre all in bearing orchard located1
just south of Kslem, cot si do the eity
limits. Price $000. Terms.
tlood 5 room modern bungalow lo
cated on paved street, s.it front lot,
good basement. Pit's $270.
60 sere tract located in thn Liberty
district; 20 acres 'ej-i-ig prunes, 5
acres of pears, son.e tin.rer and pas
ture; large house, ja.-n, dryer; located
on good rock rond, closj to paved high
way. Price $I6,5!.
10 seres of orchard, 9 teres of bear
ing Italian prunes, 1 ucre of fine fam
ily orchard, good building site, rock
road. Price $3300.
365 acre farm, 2r0 aces -nder cul
tivation, balance ti;o!:r snd pasture
house snd barn, si'o, tlark prairie soil,
located :'. E. of Salem. Priie $100 per
Well improved 20 -wri Uact located
on paved road, goo I bungalow, barn,
family orchard, soma timber. Price
Htrietly modern 5 rour.i r.ome located
at 1170 Htale street. Fviai'hed snd
ready to move into. Prke $IW0; $1200
down, balance tor-n.
W. H. CRABENHORST & CO.
275 rilate stten
This interests every house-keeper, aye, every
member of any household. Those destructive moths
that work in the dark, silently but persistently, cost
the American people hundreds of thousands of dol
lars a year.
AT LAST WE HAVE RELIEF
THE MODERN AND REFINED WAY OF
Makes Moth Proof Cedar Chest
Out of Any Clothes Closet
Gives a delicate and dainty perfume of Lavender. A
refreshing sweetness, bringing the soul and spirit of
the forest to your home.
A New Discovery. A Boon
Come in and see the demonstration.
You Can Always Do Better At
We do hijth class Jewelry Repairing. Our shop Is equipped with modern
machinery and is In charge of a competent workman. All work will be
quickly and neatly done. Bring us your jewelry,
HARTMAIM BROS. CO.
Jewelers and Opticians
Northwest Comer 0 Slate and Liberty Streets
HAVE YOVR EYES EXAMINED AT LEAST ONCE A YEAR
President Bill is also right on the job.
He has been called upon to decide no
less thun eight protests this season the
disputes being entirely up to him for
settlement and in no rase has he failed
to rule in an imparial and just manner.
Bulgarian Treaty Nears
'Completion Says Report
Paris. Aiur. 14. (United Press i The
council of fivo today had nearcd a so
lution of the Thrace question which has
been delaying completion of thu Bulgar
As a means "f settliuu the, issue, the
pence ('ni.rciciu'e. v.as considering inter I
nationaIi7,ing the eastern three-fourths .
of western Thrace, granting the. other!
fourth, as well as the whole of ensiern
Thni.v, to (ireec.e. This would give Hub'
gorin an outlet to the Aegean sou, but
would cut off eastern Thrace from tho
In other details, the Bulgarian treaty
has been completed. I
3 STATE HOUSE
(Jovernor Olcott today sent communi
cations to Senators Chambcrlaja and
McNary urging that they oppose the
proposed demobilisation of the air sery
itwi on the Pacific const.
A letter was also sent t. Osvernor
Hart of Washington asking his nif In
combatting the threatened demobilisa
tion. The Idaho and Washington con
gressional delegations were urged in Ol
cott 's messages to the Oregon senators
to oppose the move.
"Our short evperience with the for
est sir patrol," str.ted the governor,
"hows hat magnificent remits may
he obtained ,snd it appears it would
be the height of folly to lose this pa
trol service just at a time when it
means so much to our state."
The statement of tie' t'nion Oil com
pany of California of sales ef motor
vehicle fuel in Orczon during th month
of Jiilv, 1919, shows r. total of 550,4211.
I 50 ((iilioiis of unsoline and H( .)9..VJ gal
!l:ms of distillate, on which the lax of
one rent per (allnn on E"1" ,ln" A
cent per gallon on ditillt amounts to
$5!t;t8.3l. This is an iner. ass of approx
imately $100 over the ai'tJ'int paid cov
ering sales during; the -lonth nf June.
1919, when the nggrefilc amount paid
into the stole trensu on account of
sales of motor vehir! fuel duriag that
mouth was $.-.42. 70
Mnsoi To Main His
. Bond With Oeyelard
New York, An. 14. Bna Johnson,
prenidi nt of the "American leMue, was
to appear tndnr before a referee, at the
rcjuest of attorneys for the league's
Is Still On
board of directors, to explain his alleged
connection with the Cleveland club.
An Injunction restraining him from
using the American league's sinking
fund in defense of himself has been In
sued. The board of directors was summoned
to meet while Johnson was going
through his cxaiuiuation.
It was not known whether James
Dunn, president of tho Cleveland clue,
was to bo present, lie wns invited, n
tho fourth member of the board. Tho
remaining three New York, boston and
Chii'Hgo club owners were hero.
U.S. And Canada Suffer
Han Fr.nie'iHco, Aug. I!.- - the t'nited
States and Canada r Miffeiing from
."fictitious prosperity," which Is re
sultins in a hi eh livinc est, according
to ir Frederick Wliiaias-Taylor, gen
eral mnnngcr oflhi HuiiS ot Montnal,
who is here t.! iny.
"The wnv to h indlc the situation is
to let it a'uoe. It wi'l ..lj'i.t .tsclf thru
tho inexorulilo luw ef J and drf
msnd." When a can In which he was m.iiwtr
coffee exploded, R. II. Uoyl of Meofor.l
was serious scalded, bus nU hiavj eys
glasses protected hie eye?.
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