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IN THE SENSATIONAL AUTOMOBILE RACING STORY'
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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1919.
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"Distinction is Good Only if it Springs
from Excellence." Chinese Proverb
SAYS "The excellence of the new Elgin Six is in its vital parts. It is built for those who
want quiet beauty, durability, speed and economy of operation, rather than extravagant , luxur
ies and trimmings." ' : '
Elgin Motor Gar Corp
LEE L GILBERT
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Do you want to get more mileage out of your tires? , "
Po ;you want to put that discarded, half used tire, which you have been
afraid to use, back into service? .
How about that rim-cut blown-out tire on which there is plenty of tread
rubber left, oh which adjustment has been refused and which no one can re
pair? ,-----.)- ' -. . ' t ; - .
Do you want to get from three to six thousand miles of service .Out of it
at about a quarter the price of a new tire? '
: - IF YOU DO
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The MAXOTIRE is not a retread, nor a half sole, nor yet a casing.
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It is designed and, built to SAVE MOTORISTS MONEY.
Every bakery delivery car in Portland is using them.
Come in and let us explain this wonderful tire saver to you; then we'll let
you be the judge. - - '
ESTIMATED AT 17,000
Figures Compiled By Portland
Railway Light And Power
W. M. Hamilton, local man deer of
the Portland EUway Light and Pdw-'
er onipBBy- has -the figures to prove .
that just at present, Salem has a pbpu
lation of 17,000. These figures arc bas
ed on a certain ratio between the
school census and the number of hous
es in the eity that ; are customers of
In 1910, the official cenwis gave Sa
lem a population of 15,094. There was
that voar 3917 names entered on the
school census of all between the ages
of four and 20 years. In later years,
taking -into consideration the ratio be
tween the-school census and the num
ber of people taking electric service,
M. Hamilton has figured out that as
there was 2280 homes using electricity
in 1918 and on the school census of
3972 for that year, the population was
- But there are now 2748 users of elec
tricity, according" to" the books of the
Portland Railway, Light and Power
company, and on this ration of 10.3 per
cent, it is figured out that there are
easily. 17,000 people within the cor
porate limits. .
In 1910 the school census was 3817
and the : official census of the city
showed a population of 14,094. Taking
it for granted that the ratio between
the school census and the population.
will remain the same, Mr. Hamilton
has the following, figures of the census
rroin year to year and the estimated
population from .year to year. The first
figure given is the year, the second
figure' the. actual school census from
year to year, aiva tue tftira column
shows the estimated population of Salem:
hear from anyone who has pictures ot-(- Tho Portland chamber of comnicrcu Mmrlv (i.r&swiMiii, also of the cumput
Orcgon scenery which thoy are willing lias been in uorrespondoneo. with Hecro- in (Uipurtiuvut. Mr. Davuy retires from
to display at the fair. tary of State Lansing at Washington re- the state 'houtu work to tuko up the
In this connection it should uo 'noted ' garding the jibssibihty of inducing the (.urtise. manugi'inent of u uewly- organ. -that
M. L. Jones Is in charge of the ivrt j prince of Wales to include Oregon- in etl fruit coiupmiy in Snlom.
department at tho fair, and that entries his coining tour of the country us tuo ,.
. . . ef,i,i,or 21 guest of tho United States. In reply I C K Hawkins has submitted his rosig-
may bo sent to him up to feiptcnber il. tm tholiatioil foj, ai,tri(.t attonl,.y fol. l.ICol.u
In the three linos of oil, water ana pas-1 visit qf tho police is in an official ea-' county.v U. B. McC'luskey, Ins deputy,
tel paintings there will be a wide Tango j)lu.;ty it would be advisable for the, in-j has been appointed us his successor by
of subjects for both amateurs ana pro-1 vitation to como through state or mu- Governor Olcott.
fessionalB, including portraits, figure nicipnl authorities, nonce' Oovonior 01: Mr: Hawkins in retiring, states that
Htnrties. lnndscanes. farm scenes, animal
studies, marine views, fruit, flowers ana
still Hfe. Besides these thcro will bo a
chance for the whole army of kodakcrs
who have ben taking snapshots during
STATE HOUSE NEWS
' As has occurred in the case of other
changes in state positions the retirement '
of State'Printer Lawrence startea up a
'rumor the it was the result of friction
between him and Governor Olcott. MM -Tj.e weeklv rcnort of the' imlustrinl
Lawrence has promptly and empliatical-' accident commission shows that there
ly denied the statement that found its w(rc rCprted throughout the state a to
way into a Portland paper, declaring tBi of 4.13 accidents, of which six result
there hud never been anything but tho ,a fatally. These were S. P. Hansen,
imost friendly and cardial relations be- bargeman, Portland; George E. " Allen,
tween nun ana tne governor.
According to information received by cl,.unor. Portland: i B. Mich, locirer.
Civ Attorney AViniberly 0t . Koscburg,' Newport; -,Hany Allen, teamster, Cot
rccentlyy there was no authority from . tago Grove.. Of the total number 420
Montana Pioneers Gatlcr ;
At 35th Annual Convtnticn
Butte, 'Mont,, Aug. 29. (United
Press.) Tales of tho duvs when Mou
tauit was a wilderness ami Indians bat
tled with white men for sitpFcinncy were
rife in Butte today.
The occasion wus the opi ning of the
logger, Pueblo, Colo.; Alva Frazier, log-1 1 """""' "
ger, Mareomt W. Overton, winrto i . " " "... , ,
I "higher up" for the removal of the
Halem and Itoseburg uir patrol bases to
1 Eugene. - Attorney Wimberly sent an in
'fjuiiy to Washington with regard to tho
! chaiige,. and recently received a wire
from Henator McSnry stating tin; he
hud received assurance from Colonel
Pratt of the executive office that bases
would be maintained at both Balcnv nnd
Roscburg. Colonel Piatt has wired
Colonel Arnold at Hnn Frr.neisco inquir
ing why the change had been made.
were Bubjoct to' the; provisions of- the
, Frank Duvoy, who has been connected
with tho. claims department of (lie In
dustrial accident commission; hail ten
dored his resignation, to take effect Hep
tember. His desk in tho department
will bo taken ,by Miss Georgia Hiillivau,
who has been employed in-the computing-department,
for Heveral years,, and
I her position in turn will bo taken by
opening of tho twenty-fifth niiiitial con
vention of tho Hons and .Puiigulcrs Of
Montana--Pioneers. - v m r, ' .
Many umn and woihcu, prominent in
tne history of tho early days hi Mon
tana; are among tuosu in attendance.
A largo number of Montnna pioneers,
who now resido in southern California,
eaino hero for tho fiistivities, which will
close with a monster bauiiii't ut Colum
bia Gardens tomorrow night.
LaCrosse, Wis. Xo wonder pork, is
hijjh. -Smooth King, a -hog valued nt
iiiMiil died and' had an oi.uuitry print
ed in tho home paper. ;
EtAV L FARMER HARDWARE CO.
Corner Court and
Salem's up to date Hardware and Accessory Dealers.
OREGON PHOTOGRAPHS TO
BE INCLUDED AMONG ART
EXHIBITS AT STATE FAIR
The state fair management is look
ing forward to an unusually fino exhibit
of art work this season, for not onlv tre
some of the best artists of tho state nt
work upon masterpieces of oil and water
color, but there will be added features
of photography outside the ompetitive
display of a magnificent collection of
phtographlc views of Oregon scenery
wlich wili.make an especially attractive
feature, and be of educational valne in
showing the grand scenic assets of our
These pictures, which consist of photo
graph! enlargements in various colors
and mediums, will not be in competition
with any other work in the art depart
ment, but are presented with a view to
impressing unon bnth citizens nnd visit
ors the wonders of Oregon's mountain
roion; unsurpassed by any country in
the world. , ,.
Mrs. Alice Weinter. (133 East 15th
street. North Portland, who is it charge
of this department, will ne plcasol to
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Toilet paper, 6 rolls for 25c
Ceretana oats, per pkg........;. 30c
Washing soda, 7, lbs. for ;...........25c
Wool soap, 3 bars for ................25c
White Seal coffee, per lb ,....48c
Borden's milk, per can ...16c
White Lily Tomatoes, per can....l5c
Snow Flake "crackers, large
Crisco, 3 lb. can :.:.......$1.25
Economy Jars, quarts, doz $1.00
Economy Jars, pints, doz :..$U5
Economy Jars,-1-2 gaL doz....$1.60
Cream of Barley, pkg 25c
Carpet Tacks, No. 10 2 pkgs.....:..5c
Kelloggs Corn Flakes, 2 pkgs ...23c
Ralston Bran, pkg ,5c
Egg Noodles, pkg ...'. .10c
Clams, per can .: :..:..:i0c
Macaroni, 3 lbs for :. ..25c
Red Mexican beans, 3 lbs ... ..... 25c
383 Court Street
TIIE QUALITY STORE
ott has dispatched to Secretary Lan- his perswial affairs require so limch of Tl
sing the following telcgramt . ! his attention 'that lie feels unable to
Houorablo Bobeit Lacising, steretary longer-attend to haudlinj; the -district J
of state, Washington, D. C.f -, ' attmriey's office. j
May I havo honor through you of ex-1 Mr. 'McCIuskoy 1b a native of Lincoln ; )
tending from state of Oregon au invlta- i-ouuty, has lived there all his Hfe, und
tion to his royal highness the priniie of ' taught school thero for a number 'of .
Wales to make Oregon and Phiific ycarsi Ho served as county tronsiitor' 't
northwest part of His itinerary a: his ( for 10 years from 1907 to 1917, Vetirlujf i
visit through the United Htates. Will to outer the practice of law, 'and thai
you assure his royul -highness that no ' acted as deputy district littorney from ?
adequate conception of the glories Of January I, 1917.
America may be obtained without
glimpse of this Wonderland 5fn Pacific
' 11KN W. OI.COiT,
? Governor. .