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Luke ' Lemery has brought suit
against Leonard Bros.- farmers, for
$174 got sheep, lie, cluiuw th Leonard
brothers unlawfully took from him. in
hi ouiplaint he- alleges that he was
the owner of 11 ewes and 8 lambs and
that the ewes were worth $10 and. the
Quick Reference To Firms That Gira Service On Short
Where Buyer And Seller MeetWe
Recommend Our Advertisers.
lamb H-erh. That Aug. 5, 1919, the
Leopard brothers unlawfully took pos
session of thein. lie also asks for $50
other damages. .
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 1919.
The emptier a man head
the bigger rtoi$e hk makes
quietly speak quality
through .their mouthpiece
because they're full 6t
real quality in tobacco
10 for 13c r -The
John Bollmaa Co. Branch
Alio;. '20, Tuesday Lamar
Tooze nt armory, auspices Sa-.
lem Woman's club.
Sept. 1, Monday La-bor Da'.
Sept. la, Monday 'Fall term
Willamette, university begins.
Sept. 22-27 Oregon state
Sept.. '-29, Monday Opening
of public schools of Salem.
- Drs. Cashatt and Pembf ? ton have
moved their office to 508- Bank of
Commerce bldg. Phone 8'Jj. 94
Canning corn delivered immediately,
Cumuiings, 9AP13. 8 25
Whenever . Jens Christian Jensen
moves, lip, changes his nationality and
doesn't wait long to make the change.
He- was horn about half a century ago
ia Denmark, When 40 years old he left
his native. home, went-to Canada and
soon became a subject of the king of
Great Britain and Ireland. He arrived
in this country April IS, 1(MS, ana now I
makes declaration of his intention to
become ah American citizen. Having
wade declaration, in about two years,
ho will appear before the commissioner
end eh'euit.vjudge and prove whether
he is worthy of citizenship. Also pass
on examination as to the workings of
this goverwjent. j ,;a;'H
Harry Levy of 67S Oourt street, -is
short one IFord touring car. While out
falling Saturday evening, he left his
Ford on the outside. When he got ready
to go home, the Ford was gone,
. -o .
Tor those interested in flowers, there
is- the' night blooming eereus which on
ly blooms at night and then,, for only
a; few hours. Those who love' flowers
are invited; to call this evening at, the
borne of ; Mr. and Mrs. 1. V. Brown,
1199 State- street. There will 'be five
blooms this- evening and the bet .time
to see them will be betwen 9 and 12
o'clock, " i
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Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hamilton are
home from a real' hike of 123 miles
lonx the coast of the strait of San
Juan de Fuea and the Pacific ocean.
The hike started at Twin Rivers on the
ornlt. about .11) miles from Port Ange
les. Thence along the- shores of the
trait over, wagon roads and trails,
thence along the Pacific through the
cedar and spruce belt of Moclips, he
terminus of a railroad n few miles
north of Grays Harbor.' The uiiibts
were spent in. camping out. or staying
with farmers or at the Induing houses
of loggers.: The most ewiting thing
that happened to Mrs. Hamilton was
when she was walking about a quarter
of -a mil? in advance of Mr. Hamilon
and a cougar crossed the trail about 50
feet ahead. When it come to real
scenery and a tine hiking trip, Mr.
Hamilton says no country is. finer than
that along the coast (between Newport
nnd Coos bay. In their jrveral annual
hiking trips, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton
have covered about all the coast line
between the strait of Sun .Tuan de Fuca
south to Crescent City, California.
Take 1 5 or 20 cents from
the price of tea and off goes
half the quality. - It costs
as much to cure, pack, and
transport common tea as
fine tea, and that is the
biggest part of the cost.
. Schilling Tea is the fine
practical economical tea of
There are four flavors ol Schilling
Tea Japan, Ceylon - India, Oolong,
English Breakfast. All one quality. In
parchmyn-lined moisture-proof packages.
At grocers every here.
A c,r. .. t- f c JT.-.-.
: . .
ow tMntjprtrtian !
eoatl m& tnA I -t
dymltty distinction e-
The government is now selling a few
ji&dfcieks that will not be needed on account-of
the early closing of the war.
Tb offering: j . 14,75-wrought , steel
padlocks. With galvanized chain,., six
lever, self locking. Only .10 dozen lets
will bo sold. Thev arc now at, Jotter.-
sonville, Indiana. ; . .
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Ralph Davis, who was with the army
Of occupation. in Germany, nnd wo sta
tioned at Coblena arrived home this
morning, having received his' discharge
a few' days ago at Camp Lewis. Ho was
with, the . 51t telegraph battalion as
electrician. He- is the son of Mr; and
Mrs. .1. F. Davis, of the Hubbard biiild-
lug. He is entitled to wear the two
stripes indicating one year, of service !
overseas. t , : j
According to information received
this morning, about 12 - car loads, of
surplus aimy food has been shipped to
Portlajid for distribution. Orders may
ilow be accepted for this food as in
structions have 'been issued by the post
office, department at Washington, that
the- sale of food' will continue until
each Citv has received its quota. This
will give the people of Salcin and vicinity.-.'
the advantage of. the postage ,
rate of the first zone. It was the fourth I
zone rate to San Francisco that prac
tically prevented people in Salem, from
getting, in on this sale ot government
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Judge George H. Burnett will preside-a,t
the lecture-to be gWen Tuesday
evening at the armory ,by Lamar Tooz.e
Besides members of the Salem lodge,
of which Mr, Took Is. a member, the
American 'Legion of returned soldiers
are taking an interest, in: the address.;
It is given to aid tho women of the
state in providing funds for, the wo
man's building, otJ'tHe-. University of
Milton L. Meyers of the Meyers de
partment store, who fell from a ladder
about two weeks ago: fracturing a bone
in hi super right arm, underwent an
operation this morning it the Salem hos
pital. The physicians cut into the arm
to the bone to determine exact condi
tions. The opinion is now expressed
that Mr, Meyers will now make better
nrosress towards roeoverv and that he'
can be taken home. within a day or two!
Ho was under the influence of ether
from 10:41) o'clock until 2 o'clock.
iMelson Bros, plumbers, ia the only
tirm in this line of business that, had
taken out a plumbers license up to 2
o 'clock this atternoon, .'. At , tho lasti
meeting of. tho city council, it was
voted that the plumbers should com
ply with tho law and- take out licenses.
hi lUlH tlt council -passed-' an ordi
nance providing for,, an annual fee of
20 for plumbers and nlo providing
for a sanitary inspector. The plumbers
paid their licenses regularly until ear
ly in 1810. After a plumbing firm, from
Portland came here and put in the
plumbing work for the Court apart
ments without taking out a" license,
and after- there , waa-no sanitary In
spector, the plumbers' refused to pay
their licenses, and the matter was
dropped until. called up by Gerald Volk
at . tho last meeting of the council. The
plumbers any- they are willing to pay
if the remainder of the ordinance is
complied . with which provides for a
Stop Itching Eczema
Never mind how often you uave tried
and failed, you can stop biu-ning, itching
eczema nuicklv bv arjolV!il a Ittue zemo
furnished by any druggist for 35c. Extra
large bottle, $1.00. Healing begins the
moment zemo is applied. In a short time
usually every trace of eczema, tetter,
Vimples, rash, blackheads: and similar
c'tin rtivnaefl will be removed.
For clearing the skin and making it
vigorously healthy, always use zemo, the
penetrating, antiseptic liquid. It is not a
sreasv salve and it doea not stain. When
others fail it is the one dependable treat
ment for skin troubles of all Kinds.-
The E. W.Rose Co.. Cleveland, a
.. . '., ,
Albert Anderson, the contractor in
charge of a 12 mile stretch of macadam
oa the Pacific highway near Drain,
was in the eity on .business today.
iPntil Wallace left by the Oregon
Klcctric this morning for a brief visit
B. R, Perkins, formerly of tho inter
national Correspondence schools, has
just purchased a neat little bungalow
on .North 5th street from Mrs. Jalor
cuce Corey, and cxipects to make his
permanent home in Salem.
E. i Carleton is back at his post in
the department of public instruction
at .the state house after an outing t a
week or ten days.
Included in the list of Sunday Guests
at the llliah hotel were the group of
airplane pilots from San Diego, made
up or iMa.jor A. u. inita ana juieuien
auis Ned Schramm. Q. A. Mellenry,
Henry Webb, Wilbur A. Wright and
.Sergeant B. W. Staeey.
An automobile party compoaea ot
Mr. and Mrs. A, B. Black, Mrs. A. B.
Black nnd Mrs. Vt". M. 'Black all of
Corvallis, wrc visitors iu the city Sun
Anions recent arrivals of Oregon
.soldiers in New York wctP Clarence L.
Paruienter and Earl C. ..Nichols of.Sa
lem. Sereeanfr J. K. frail of Eugene,
W. T. Sehrock of McMinnville and Ed
ward Cutler Dallas.
MR" and Mrs. Hiram Smith of Port
land spent the week end with their
relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Smith
in this citv.
W. K. Smith of Spokane is spending
ia few dnvs with his uarents. Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Smith. 176.) Center street
E. Cooke Patton spent (Sunday is
Don't stay indoors because
your skin is unsightly
will heal it quickly
The discomfort of hearing unfavor
able comments upon one' s complexion,
and of realizing that one's skin is un
sightly, can be prevented by Resinol
Ointment, which not only heals a.-eick
skin, but protects a healthy one. Aided
by Resinol Soap, it heals eczema, helps,
to remove other eruptions,., excessive
dryness or oiliness ot the skin, and
enables one to have a' complexion that
excites compliment instead of unfavor
able comment. : '
, At all dcaleri. . . : ,
"WE, MUST l NOT SEE
each other again because I DAHE
NOT." . - . .-,
WHAT DID SHE MEAN!
; SEE, .
A HOUSE DIVIDED
I'Stuart' Blackton 's Masterpiece
. ,Rv Aiitoie Paul Kelly
:'.' -.-;.". , I'eaturin"
; Sylvia Bremmer s
J':- : ..and ; - -.
An I'nusual Story " with Tense
'Situations and "Extraordinary ;
THE PLAY OF THE YEAR
Portland, returning to Salem this
morning. While there he witnessed a
performance by Alexander, the noted
psychic, whq is attracting a, great deal
of attention, there.
afternoon on a business trip in Port-laud.-
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Mian Frances Gellatly is again at
her desk "injhe offieei-of the. board of
control aftiw' an outing of ten days
which is spent at torvallis and at New
JS.-' VVithycoiiiDe ot Kiainatu rails is
spending a few days in the ciy, stop
niH2 teninorarilv at tho Bligh hotel.
Amoue the rucent arrivals at the
Canitnl hotel are-Wui, ;Bourchrd and
fnniilv of ..(entmliay1 Wash., and E.
Henderson and fainilv.of Portland.
60 PLANES IN NEW
Kooscvelt Field. Mineola, L. I., Aug.
25. Lieutenant P. 11., Logan, in a Le
pere airplane, took the air here at 1:55
p. m.today in the New . York-Toronto
airial derby. He was accompanied by
(Sergeant VL U. SShackleford as, naviga
tor. The other planes were expected
to ascend at short intervals.
Forly-1hrce airplanes to start from
New York and 17 from Toronto will
cover a total distaiice of 1142 miles.
Both army and civilian planes were
entered. The army entries included
every type of cratt in the United
(States nir service, American and for
eign. The wido varict yof entrants
was expected to enable a severe; com-
Don't buy cheap diocs for
cbiUren buy good ones
tuy Pla-Mates "
anJ your srioe till will be
less at the end oi the year.
Real leather in these sturdy
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t .n 'i -rm.iii . m
NOBMA TALMADGE IN
fei efficiency 1 and per-
'forniance. . v .,-',.' ;1 ;.
The prizes totalling
Priaes for fastest flight-
second, JifOQ; third, $300. .
Prices UBdcii handicap conditions: for
best perforHianccj-rnPirst,. $2,100'; sec
ond, 1300; third,; $800? fourth, $000.
fifth, $550; south $500; seventh, $450;
eighth, $400; ninth,-'ftttiOi,
The race may. cover most of two
Mays. All machines iiiust land at Al
bany,: Syracuse -.and Buffalo, where
they must remain at least, thirty luin
ntcs while representatives-of, the con
tcsji, committee,: after ; inspecting the
planes will, determine whether they
are fit: to continue .in he raca
Just before Lieiitonant Logan left
Ihe ground the sn- appeared and the
machine got off to a good start, dart
ing! through a hole in the clouds.
Major ..General Charles T. Menoher.
chief of th army air servicer was of'
ficial started, dropping a white hand
herchief'ag the startiug signaL
Good weather was reported' from Al
bany and conditions in the Toronto
district were said to be fair;'
Under good conditions it. was said
the first of the machines to depart
would be ablexto cover the.;disnuce
by 9 o'clock. Tho distance to Toronto
is 520. miles and it -was saut .tno Dest
of the planes would average, nearly 100
miles an hour, weather permitting.
Among tho planes speeding from To
ronto to New York is a German Fok
ker, piloted by Colonel W.-.-, Barker,
Canadian ace, who .s carrying a lot
tor from the Prince of Wales, to Pres
ident Wilson, ; -.!
" Stop at Buffalo ;
Buffalo. N. Y.. Aug. 23. - E. B.
Coombs in a DH-9-A was the first bird
man , ja the Toronto-iN. Y. aowal handi
cap to arrive here. He lander! at Cur-
tiss field at .t:2.i p. in. Koianii ttonirs,
holder of the world's altitudp record,
came in second, one minute-: behind
Coombs. . :'r-
The aviatorS ran .into two rainstorms
while crossing Lake Ontario. '.
Major L Hcharder, in a. IR-7, who
left Toronto, at 1?;54, arrived third,
landinir lit 1:31 o'cloek and 'Captain
H. W. Cook, who left at 12:52 o'clock,
arrived at, 1:32. Eohlfs loft Toronto
at 12:56 aiid Coombs nt 12:l;
A tremendous crowd greeted the air
men and a cheer was sent up by thous
ands around -the field whan Coombs
stepped from" his airplane. ..
-Xiolonel W. u, UarKer in a tokkci-,
arrived fifth. He left, Toronto at
12:53V., arrived at 1:38; Bsrt Acost,
Curt'iss Oriide sixth, lft 12::57, arriv
ed at -1:41;- Lieutenant C. A, Schiller,
JN----D," seventh, left it.liU, arriv
ed 1:51; Lieutenant Wallace Young,
.IN-4-1), eighth, left 12:50, arrived nt
1:52 .(went past field, losing 12 miu-
utes .) .j
17 Ieave Toronto
Toronto. Out.. Aug,' 25. Seventeen
airplanes, entrants iu the race to New
York and return "hopped off at the
Exhibition grounds here shortly after
noon today. The start waif inuilo de
spite, the delay in the departure or
the -iow lork.macliitLCS.,. ..
The first plane rose nt 12:05 and the
others followed rapidly. A, slight show
er of rain fell about, 1 o'clock,, but
lasted onlv a few minutes, after which
the weather becamo clear,
The nlanes had all left the exhibi
tion grounds before tno arrival mere
of the Prince of Wales: .
ASK FOR and GET
TO MY SALEM FRIENDS
I wish to state thet I am new lo
cated in .Portland with . oftices
at 414 Failing BuudiaZ. Sly new
offices are fully equipped with
all modern appliuntfcs for tho
scientific fitting if giassc? and
correction of eye troubles. Sa
lem people are eoriiiaiiy invited
to call on me when in Poitiand.
DR. M. P. MENDELSOHN
414 Failing Building
Portland .; . O i gon
Keen Them Home!
Don't Let 'em Roam
Is a wholeaome and
easily digested Amor ,
lean food oil 'ideal
(or both table and
It ia rich in food
A.k fov PIEDMONT
HAHN AA the- home near Qtiinaiby
Snturdav n i tt h t August 23, 'Mrs,
Lewis Hahn, aged 53 years.
The fHmrnl srvices will be held
from the Webb & Clnugh chapel Tues
(lav aiternooii nt -S o 'clack, and tn
iutermciiit will bo at-' the Hayesville
cometeryj the services being in cliarg
of Hev. ,r J, tilllespie.
Mrs. Halm came to Marion county
from Minnesota in the year 1900. Be
sides her huslnindshe is survived by
the following' children: Alvinn, Amau
da, Herbert, Mlartha, Herman, J. Kiln,
Ksther, Augusta ami Lydia,. the two
latter residing in Seattle.
10 acres black loam, all cultivated, at
school, 3 miles Salein; $1500;
157 acres miles McCoy; 80 clear
ed, running water, stock bam, good
pasture; only 55 per acre.
24 acres good valley soil, 10 cleared,
10 (acres' young prunes ' and logons;
buildings; stock and equipment goes
40 acres 2 miles Woodburn; trade
equity for Salein residence or acreage
2 acres Vj mile city limits, good soil,
- j buildings, family orchard; prico f:
240 acrea, 153 cleared, good biddings.
silo, spring water, close to Oak Grove;
38 ucres red hill soil, in acres fruit,
buildings, spring; 7'a miles Bnlcm;
106 aero dairv nnd grain rami, on
rock road, 4 miles Salem, tine build
was. silo: onlv 80.000,
100 acres in Lake county to trade
for house in Salem.
40 acres best valley loam, 30 cleared,
7 room house, barn, rock road,. 3 miles
citv liaits: onlv $200 per acre
..iove into 0 room furnished house
ID acres 4 miles Aumsvillc, all
cleared, famtlv orchard, 2A acres
strawberries, buildings,,1 mile school;
S1900 with stock and equipment
3X3 acre hill ctiury, .mo acres ciearen,
1 l. - ...nniifa.,
3-4 mile school and station; only
10 acres all cleared, 3 acres logons,
red shot soil, pood bupe "and barn, 414
miles Sujem; goes equipped at 3500.
11.71 acres red hill soil, slightly roll
ing, family orchard, buildings, 3 4 mile
school; ony 3.i00,
10 ae in fruit, logatis and cher
ries, close to Salem;'$1200. A good buy.
7 room bungalow with basement;
handy for mini working -at oil tanks;
$1500. $100 down, balance on install-
For BEST TtX'.YH see
341 State. Phone
Keep Them Home $$$
Salem Electri Ce.,114asoni T;mple,
Expert machine shop .s.cry;.:VRy.. MV
Bergman at high schC- machine
. shop. 12 years experience. Gear out
ting a specialtyHigh class machine
tools. Quick service. Phone 446. 8-15
DB, L. HALL" WILaow pe.
Ng" cialast in tho Modern Sclentifie
Applicatioa ol Ulasscg ror ia iuu
vision and the rolief ef Eyestrain and
Headache. Office closed Saturdays.
Office 210-211 u; 8. Bank Duiicung.
Phones, of floe 145; res. 1214... ..
" . CRM Of
flhineii Medietas and Tea V
I Has medusins which, will eur any I
I knows diSMSei, T
f Opea Sundays frosa 10 A. M. I
t uatiUPM. ' . J
153 South High
Salem, Oregon . FhoB 288
T. BIOPOH kJDO.
TTnilavkAkarA . -
258 North High Street
.nT ivn rARMT.N GRANTED
12 PERCENT warn w""
xr. v-,1, 12. (Unitod Press)
-The war labor ooarn, iai " " ,
ed a flat wage increase oi
. .. . nf traction lines in Port-
ror ouniiujv- j th vWini-
land, Or., East nt, jou -u- --- -tv
of Cleveland. The increase it was
LeiL was based on the increased cost
. ... Jh
Tl- Capital Jorand
Daily Market Report
Wheat, soft white No. 1
Feed oats -
Milling oats .---
Hay, eheat, new
Hayj oats, new .....
Pork on foot ...
Kwes ; -
Eggs, cash ..-" - 't-r
Hens, live -
New potatoes - -
Green onions doz ...
.... .. 20c
Onions, per, v-,
Celery doz --
"' 1 3-4e
rr.'.""....2.75 3 .25
Hcrtd lettuce ...
Flour, hard wncat ..
... .....i n,. Auir. 25. Butter, city
J'Oll'Uim, v-i "
Egge scleetea t""
Broilers 2225e '
Cheese, triplets 3(a-.'8c
DAILY LIVB 8TO0 KMAEEET
Tone of mnrket iy -Good
to choice steer. f
m,"0": " cow. and , heifers
i .nni h iu jjtvw "
7(& ',,. to IOo4 eows and betters
Tone of market strong
Prime mixed 21.r.0(b-22
m.,.i;m tniind $2Ku21
Hough heavies iofa,'20,
Tone of market stendy
lambs $12 50(i 13
Pair to medium Iambs $11.3012.50
127 Noith High.,
Call .398, Highest prices paid for
junk, second kaod goods and maehia
ery. Ba sure and call 398, get the right
prices. The squats deal house.
: CAPITAL JO CO.
271 Chomeketa St. Salem, Or.
WHY SELL FOR LESS?
We irilb pay you more eaas. in yos
household goods. Qet our bid before
you sell. Peoples Furniture and Hai
ware Store, 271 N. Com.. St. Fea(
734. v ' v .
NO CASE KEQUIBEDr-(3o4 ereeM
shoes and, suits, au Kinas or vmmm
al instruments, shotguns, rifles, ktsat
ing gtoves, gas stoves, suit cases am
1000 other useful article to sail e
trads. VtUt have yeu 5fh' Vkyilmi
Exchange' 33T Ceurt 8t Phase 1
XOVS, used furniture, stoves, earpeM
and tools, as we pay cau prices- ow
everything, Call B - ,
CAPITAL I1ABDWABB FOTat
283 N, Com! Bt.
t ut MOVATK. Moek and trim la
and men's hats at lu prices, ,
better work;, material is scare, Bate,
are expensive what's the' anawert,.
a B. Ellsworth, 495 Court St., Sa..
8TOVB& REBUILT AND BEPAIBMI
SO years exponents, Depot xtifiosMi
aai American fence.
Sir.es 28 to S8 ia. higV
Paints, oil and varnish, ate.
Ijojranbesry and hop beeks.
Salem Fence and SWvr Works,
2S0 Court street. Phone 24. '
SAtEM SOAVBNOEBirrQiwnage aa
refuse of all kinds removed on moat
ly contracts ' at reasonable rates
Cess pools cleaned. Dead animals
moved. Office phone Main 167.
MONEY TO LOAN
On? Good Real Estate Besurity '
THOS. K. FOBD .
Over Lsdd Hush bank; Salsm Orefoe)
FEDEBAL FARM LOAKS Bft few
eent interest. Prompt service, wm
years time. Federal farm loan bonds'
for sale. A, C. Bohrastedt, 1 Mat
sonio Temple. Salem, Oregon.
INSURANCE COTJNCuj Eor free 1
formation about Lire insurance as
J. P. Hutchason, dist. manages fed
the Mutual Lifo of N. Y otKea ad
371 8tate-St., 8alcm, Ore. Olfied
phone 99, residenee 1396. ' W
PHONB 1090B i
Our Prieos are Bight
ot f 7NTIjEB. Prenrietor
1255 N. Summer Street. Salem, Oreej
KN1GHT8 OF PYTHIAS MBF!? A
MeCornaek hall on every juesou
at 8. Walter tenon, C. C. Jr. I
Hunte, K. B. 8. '
EOYAL Neighbors of Amertta, Or
gon Grape camp No. 1360 meet ewj
Thursday evening in MeCornaek ssJi
Elevator sfvies. Oracle, Mrs. Cat
rie E. Bunn,, 618 Union St; race
der Mrs. Melissa Persons, 14U e
4th' St. Phone MSCM ' ' .
UNITED ARTISANS Qasital Assess-
bly No. 84 meets first inursijr
each month at p. m. In M"
Temple, Glcn C, Niles, M. A.i O. A
Vibbert, sceretary, 340 Owens strset.
MOD BEN WOODMI-2 OP AMrJBICA
Oregon Cedar Camp 0. oem,mnnm
every Thursday evening at 8 o eloelt ,
jn MuCornack buUding Court and
Liberty streets. W. M. Persons, V
C; Frank A. Turner, elurk.
HALEM WATEB COMPANY Offloe
sorner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly In advaaee.
Out Of 80 student in the pnarmae
department of the University el Vfsshf
iugton this yesr 30 are romeo.
T replace the old building recently,
burned, the school distriet of Empire,
in Coos ceunty, has , voted funds s ,,
Keep Them Home!