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THE DAILY CAPITAL JQUjlNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919
Coming to The Liberty
I WHIM Air II
MONDAY 1 1
illustrations of taildrca in different pos
An instructor from one of the state
scnooW will attend each county teach
era institute "this year for the purpose
of drilling the feathers -in-the vafiou.i
exercises in order thivt they may pass
the instruction .on to the students m
der their charge "
j i The physical training of the children J
! of.Oiogon from the time of their entry
; into school life throughout the twelve
i vears of the ordinary school work is be-
I'iug undertaken-for the first time this j
I ver as u part ui tuv ivjuiu bwiwi
Igram under n law enacted by the last
I legislature upon the recommendation ol
J. A, Churchill, stato superintendent of
i public instruction.
The course of study covering this fea
ture of the educational program has
been worked out by a committee ap
pointed by Superintendent Churchill,
consisting of Dr. A. D. Browne, head
of th0 department of physical education
'of the Oregon Agricultural college; Miss
l Mabel Cummins, head of the department
of physical education at the University
i of Oregon, and Laura Taylor, head of
the physical education department of
the Oregon Normal school. The course
j contemplates the promotion of correct
: physical posture" and bearing, . mental
anil physical alertness, self control, dis
1 ciplined Initiative, sense of patriotic
lilxxty and a spirit of co-operation under
I Section one of the syllabus of the
iconise, contains a preface by Superin
tendent Churchill, the state law provid
ing for physical training in the schools
laud the introduction of section two cov
'ers the 'methods, special instruction to
! all teachers and classification of physi
cal education section three is divided
into chapters which are arranged for the
purpose of segregating the material ac
cording to the age periods of the chil
dren, those instructions being given in
the most definite manner possible with
HALL ARE APPROVED
At a meeting of thc executive board
of Willamette University held last even
ing the plans furnished by Architect
Legge for the new Lausanne hall wettv
given their final suivey, some minor alt
erations suggested, and finally accepted
as being n every way satisfactory.
The committee will, at once advertise
for bids on construction. Doubtless
thero will be a largo number of bidders
as (he new hall will be a work of art
nnd a credit to any builder.
The specifications call for a high grade
of brick with grey tonc trimmings to
conform with tho other bindings on ir.e
campus, and an interior finish of the
most modern type. Tho locution upon
the campus has not as yet been exactiy
determined, this waiting up the com
peted survev of tho grounds. With
tho present fearful cost of labor and j
materials it is to be expected that the
building will call for. a much larger
expenditure than at first estimated.
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flinch beets .
Cabbnge .. . ,
Head lettuce , ,
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Flour, hard wheat
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The Capital Journal
Daily Market Report
' Portland Market
Portland, Or.. Sept. 20. Butter, city
Eggs selected local ex D5(0;62o. "
DAILY LIVE STOO EMABKET
Receipts 26 . . J
.Tone of market steady- '"
:. ood to choice steers 9.5010.E5
" Kair to good steers $7.5)Ji)8.25
t'omition to fair steers $ti7
li.m ti good cows and heifera
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Medium to good cows and heifsrs
Cniiueis Iftt l.SO
, Calves, s(;14. ' .
! Deceipts none.
' Tc i f ii arkt t steady
' PHsno mixed $1717.50 ' -M.-diiim
Itongh heavies $15lo.50 . -i
n.' M.S0(rdl3 ' ' ' , ., '
i llii'k 17.20(ff 17.50 . "
Bncei ." :
! Receits none
j lone ut market stead
j Prime iHinbs 12.C0lcrl3.
j Pr.ir to medium lambs 1113
Kwn ."(S)7.3 , ;.
I : Wetheis D?(rr 8 .. ,''
I Ycur'i ifis $7.0d-Ji'9 - ,
Wheat, soft white So. 1 2 '
Feed oats ' 80c j
Milling oats - -86c j
Hav. cheat, new - $17 I
Hay, oats, new $1820
Mill run . :.4344
lc Word Class Ad Will SeU It
Creamery butter ....6i08c
Fork, veal ana Munoa
Pork on foot lVaC
Veal, fancy - 22c
lambs . . 0c
.... . 45c
Sheen, vcarlinzs . '
ggs and Poultry
Eggs cash v
Hens, live ,.- - 2224c
Old roosters lota. 16c
- v"egetawoa ,
Onions, per sack .... . $3.25
Celery doz ................... . $1-00
Tomatoes . - ?0
COME IN MONDAY
: '-" ' :. :
10 acres, 1 1-2 miles east of Salem on paved
road. No improvements, but a bargain at $2500.
14 acres, 6 miles north. AH under cultivation
with fair improvements. On good gravel
7 1-2 acres. 7 miles south of town. 4 acres cul--tivated,
1 acre of loganberries and 24 fruit
trees. !4-room house. Close to Oregon Elec
tric Station. One-half cash. $2000
Magneto and Ignition Service
CONNECTICUT , ;
DIXIE MAGNETOS , '
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' . Phone 66
2 Id North Commercial Street
R. D. BARTON
S. COMMERCIAL STREET
5 acres one mile f r.om fair grounds. A great
deal of grub oak on this place. If sold soon $
5 acres two miles from town right 'off of paved
road. All cleared and in good shape. $1100
50 acres six miles east in the Waldo Hills dis
trict. New 5-room bungalow, good barn,
chicken house and machine shed. Deep well
with gas engine. Nearly "all under cultiva-
64 acres five miles south of Salem. 7 acres tim
ber. The rest in cultivation, fair buildings.
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If sold soon
7-room house on South Liberty Street, fairly
modern, west front. Plenty of garden and
fruit. . " ; $2300
Good 5-room bungalow in South Salem. 2 blocks
from car line. $300 will handle. Balance like
rent. . : : $5U
Good 7-room house on paved street,
from business center Modern
Laf lar & Laflar
406-407-408 Oregon Bldg. ;
If you want to Loan Money on your home, we have
it. Pay it back like rent.
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YOUR FLOORS NEED It
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We have it in all colors and shades for all purposes. Visit our booth at the
fair and learn how to paint your auto so it will look like new or call at our
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263 NORTH COMMERCIAL STREET
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