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THE DAILY CAPITAY JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1919.
1919 THAN 1918
Whilf lumber manufacturers in west
ern Oregon and western Washington arc
tutting mora liimbor now tbau a year
go, tliey ure shipping less.
This situation, which is said to be dm;
to the car shortage, that has prevailed
throughout lie industry for the last few
months, is revealed by the ojieriitinR re
ports for the month of September, just
issued by the West Coast Lumbermen's
association. ' -
At 1 10 plants eoiitribntiiijr to this re
port, the cut for the month was 302,07!t,
174 feet, compared to 2,303,279 feet
of the same identical mills for Septem
ber, 1918. .
These same 110 mills shipped only
'27,573,nio feet in September, 1!1!',
compared to 244,7(18,03 feet in the cor
responding month & year ago.
' Inasmuch as the cargo shipments in
September, this year far exceed those
f September, 1!18, it is apparent thut
largo volume of this year's shipments
were moved by water. The loss in rail
shipments is even greator, therefore,
thnu the figures indicate.
. Production by the industry as a wholo
is running fairly close to the normal ca
pacity of the mills. Reports from 126
wills for September show a total cut of
832,901891 feet, compare with a nor
mal cut of 353,650,176 feet. The actual
product iim wag 0.87 per cent below the
At the same time these samo mills
hipped only 201,797,479 feet, which was
71,107,412 feet or 21.32 per cent below
the actual production. This wide dif
ference between production and ship
incuts is understood to be another prod
uct of the car shortage.
M BOOKS ADDED
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Goes to Norway
' Fished for Fund
fat'oiim', Wi;li., Oct. 11. (1'nite.T
i Press.) '-The Rev. H. B. Xymoen, pas
jtor of the Norwegian Baptist church in
Tacoma, is en route to Norway, with
'his fumilv. That he was able la make
Many new boohs covering a wide var
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public Jibrarv during the past week. ! " trip is due to the fact lib went fish
Amoug them are: . ' ing and had good luck. ,
i Wlsi-m 1i clurffvinnti WR hlirhirv hi
; 'Morale," an inspiriag discussion of nekt thp steamship company ag'nt
War Kills Father; Widow - j Baker Leaves Strike News
Now Mourns Loss Of Tots; Censorship To General Wood
Vancouver. B. C, Oct. 11. The son ', . V;'
and daughter of Mrs. Helen Petricska.j " Va8hiKton, Oi-t. 1 l.-Secretarv Ba
iler only children wvrC drowned thi., todav refused to commit himsl-If on.
week near Powell river, sutey ' miles 1 -.-,fc .-,hl!-..-
noticed Nvmoen's calloused hands.
Steelmen In Portland Mav
' Strike Again, Says Chief
Portland, Or., Oct. 11. Charles F.
Kendrigan of the Portland Metal
trades council has announced that un
less steel shipbuilders in other coast ci
ties grant the demand eight cent in
' trease In wages soon, ft will be nccos
anrv to call another striko in Portland.
The, local striko was recently settled
to the satisfaction of thA Metal Trades
council, but the proposed second walk
tut hero would be ordered to impress
the" Emergency Fleet corporation with
the fact that the isstio is a coast-wide
, jf proposition. ' v '
PORTLAND OOPS ASK RAISE.
this characteristic, which the author de
fines as "(Juaiititv of life, appiie.i not f,uw di(1 yoa Rpt UmHf, (.!lllo,,seg? Iie
only to the soldier lint to the citizen 'nske1 lTve heard of preachers hav
,nd the nation, written by Harold Ood- ilJf. ( .llllmfl,,(i knP(,8 ,ue to det-rmined
(1ar'l i 'effort at prayer, btft neve; roivh
i "Government and politics of Sw:t- hands."
'zerhind" by Robert O. Brooks. j "I've be-n fishing," replied the pus-
I "Last Decade of European history! tor. "I wantel to go back to Norway
and the great .war?" a supplement to with my wife and family, an mf pay as
Robinson nud Beards "Development of ' minister of the Rospc-1 wcnH.n t p-rmit
'modern Europe," written by .Tame' it. It was all I could do to remain in
Harve Robinson. 'America. I couldn 't do it preanhiug, Bo
r "The seventh continent," a history I went fishing. I think Go wis with
of the discovery and exploration of. An- me, for every time I cast my l.et. it
tnitiea, bv Helen R. Wright. 'enmo up full.
I "The fnhwater aquarium and its in-! "So great was the catch that for six
habitants." a guide for the amateur ,dys and nights I got very little sleep."
aquarist, bv Ott0 Eggcl'ing. , 1 . However, it took the.Tiev. Xymoon
"Home manufacture of ' furs and of seven weeks to make enough money for
skins," instructions in tanning, color- the journey.
ing and making furs into useful nrtic-i
les, by A. F. Farnbam. 1 -
I '.'tare of tho skin and hair." a nooR
on the hygiene of the skin by a pro
fessional dermatologist, William Allen
" Thirty -cents-a-day" sixty menux se
lected to cost about thirtr cents a day
for each person, by Alice Bradley.
"Gregg shorthand," by John Ruber
"Gregg speed Studies," by .T. H
"Expert typewriting," by Fritz and
"How to read the bible in the 20th
century," written for personal hela and
for use In religious instruction, hv
' "Collected Plavs" of John Vnr
fiold., , k
"Legend of the glorious adventures
of Tvl Ulcnsnleeol in the Innd nf F'"-d-ers,"
a carefully written, well llinstrat
ed renroduction nf this obi Flemish leg
end. bv Charles de Coster
"On" hundred pnd nn bst fwnffa to"
hoiim school and meetlii". "
"Chnllen?e of Shins' ' rnvi
a plot based on great 'iidiffevene" tv,.l
fled bv Hie stars, written by S'lenln
"Tn my vouth" bv ,nh"t T...lle'-.
"Consnr tr untliln".!' Rnsnish nov
el bv Pio Bfirnin v Nessi
"Ghetto comedies" bv 7nnwill.
from Vancouver. On Monday, Helen, , ,.(, ,,v Ma jor Genersl Wood
aged 8, fell off a raft and was drowned. !,,, , ;,,, a
"eonesoay ner i.roiner josepn, ageu . loth;H!J of thf fa.tg baf th((t W(K((l ha
from the boat and was drowned,
The father was a soldier in the Am
erican crmv and was killed in France.
complete control and cr.n be trusted to
treat all fairlv,
When ycur nerves are
on e3g3 arvl sleep sees
out of tho question take
Plumbing and Water Systems Installed
banks-Morse Gas Engines,
by GRABER BROS, 141 South Liberty
St., Phone 650. Also agent for Fair-
Lrntit Sl of Any Medicine in the Wl
bold vcrjrwbar. la Miti, lUc.. zi
Spokane Doctors Increase
Their Fees By ICO Per Cent
Spokane, Wash., Oct. 11. Doctors I
here have decided to increase fees from j
50 to 100 per cent.
A letter of advice will cost from ?3
to $25 in the future.
Even a coirsultntion over the tele
phone will set the victim back $2.
One day visit inside the city limits
adds $6 to the doctor's bank account.
The Oswego grange will hold its an
nual fair at the grange hall at Oswego
Used for 70 Years
Thru its use Grandmother's
youthful appearance has
remained unul youth has
become but a memory.
The soft, refined, pearly
white appearance it
renders leaves the joy
ot Beauty with you
MEET US FACE TO FACE
llrt JMSS SniilMWIllllH ii Will
, CLYNE WOULD KET1P ESPIONAGP
Purtland, Ore., Oct. 11. -Flat increas
es of 20 a month for all policemen has
been ashed of Stumor Baker by a com
silttec representing tho Portland cops.
The officers now receive from $2"
to $140 n month.
C lil"n"'. Oct 11. A fter r1tln1nt "
f IVMt l.oiwl ,..,t.. f t,n .!(h-'! ("
Tml,. - TTnHurl fitntoo Tliati'iet Aitornev
Charley Clvne,1eft for Washington to
dnv to nrre congress to retain the es
Heaters, Beds, Rugs,
aud everything at
270 N. Com'l St.
in New York City alone from kid
ney trouble last year. Don't allow
yourself to become a victim by
neglecting pains and aches. Guard
cgainst this trouble by taking
The world's standard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles.
Holland's national remedy sine 1696.
All druggists, three sizes. Guaranteed.
Look for tl nun Cold Medal on ovary box
ana accept no imitation
DO YOU OWN A VACANT LOT? IF SO,
ATTEND THIS - ' -
Friday, Oct 10th
2 p. m.
On Pacific Highway, blocks north of Fairground
Store, Consisting of -
Fiuo 6 room plastered, well built, noarly new bungalow with elcetrio "
lights and fixtures, bath, toilet, wash bowls, hot air furnace, fireplaee,
. built In buffet, large front and back porch. This house ia well paint
ed aiuT nicely designed and is now open for inspection. This building;
is to be moved and is now on tho house movers timbers ready to be
movjjdaftcr day ,ef sale. This house will be sold without reserve to
the highest bidder on the. following terms: one half of purchase price
cash, 'ba!anee a bankable note secured by mortgage, if desired
Valley Packing Co.
Pacific Highway North
,F. N. Woodry,
' v The Auctioneer,
Phone 510 or 511
270 North Commercial St.
"List your sales woth Woodry for Results"
WE ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR
BETTER THAN HALF SOLES
COME IN AND BE CONVINCED
"SERVICE WITH A SMILE"
Steiribock Junk Co
-WANTS- , ' '..r.v. :
All kinds Scrap Iron, Junk, Metal, Rubber, Rags
Highest Cash Market Price
' - ' WE WANT AND WRECK
326 N. COMMERCIAL, PHONE 303 v
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8 Reels of Laughter and Pep,
Thrills and Surprises.
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You Wouldn't Miss It for a Dollar so Get That Quarter
Out and Come Early. Most Always Seats at the 4: 1 5 Show
Extra Added Attraction
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