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Iae Eight The Capital Journal, Salem, Oregon. Co-eds Can Earn Own Way, Claim School Is Enjoyed More When Student Pays Expenses, Girl Declares Wooster, Ohio, April 5. Mere man has no corner ,on the busi ness of working one's way through college. Co-eds at Wooster college testify to this assertion in essays they have submitted to college authori ties in a contest on "How 1 worn rt mi Wav Through College." Girls attending the college pa! their expenses by performing va. luiiu tasks, including cleaning souse, ironing, waiting table, do ing office work, caring for babies, doing laboratory work, doing dish es at college dormitories, tutoring and working in factories. "I'm sorry, of course, that con ditions make it impossible for you to float through college 'on flow ery beds of ease,' but let me tell nn vnu'll enioy school ever so much more If you pay for it all yourself," declares Miss Florence E. Wallace of Wooster, a senior, whose essay was in the form of a letter to a friend to whom she di vulged ber experiences In working her way through school. Miss Wallace laid down three rales to which she adheres. They are: "First, pocket your false pride. Be proud only of being able to pay your own way. "Second, take any job that of fers, no matter how dlsag: enable, or poorly paid. That kind of work well done, usually leads to some thing belter. Third, let everyone know you are willing to work. It pays to advertise." Miss Wallace said her expenses during her first year in college were lesH than $200. Uy the time her Junior year was completed, ber expenditures reached $21!fi. This year, which will Include her graduation, she estimates JMU will be sufficient to meet all re quirements. Miss Wallace has earned money both summers and winters. Her lavorlte odd-job is waiting table. "I started when I was in high jehool, " she confessed, "and I have become quite exper.. I have served at the coun.vy club, at college affairs, at private din ners and at three summer holds. 1 have worked on Saturdays at a shoe store, and, laler at a cloth ing Biore. The objection lo Hat urday work is that nearly all the allege gumes and pin tles tome on that day. "I do not use a typewriter, bui I have found office work to do. I bavo addressed thousands of en velopes. Last summer, profiting by the training I received In the clence in which 1 am majoring, I procured laboratory employment and saved $2UU dining vacation. 1 havo taken care of babies, done housework for faculty wives, and, when I wus a freshman, 1 worked In a factoiy one vacation and did sweat shop work at home for 12 4 rents an hour. "Like the widow's cruse, I've al ways abounded with opportunities for work. It seems as If 1 never Bed extra money without evtra work appearing Sometimes I've wished 1 were twins so I could do two jobs simultaneously. I've often been able to get work for oilier girls, and many of them have been kind in remembering me for the same purpose." Thousands Pay Homage At Bier Of The Late Cardinal Gibbons ji Hat-ding Approves Re introduction of Knox Peace Plans The body of the late Cardinal Gibbons, Primate of the Catholic Church of America, lying In state In the Cathedral In Baltimore. At the close of a series ot special requiem masses uie puoue was au .i..,i aii ti, ,w ,.f Ih. dav the lone line filed oast the catafalque on which the dead Prince of the church lay clad In the purple vestments of high office. It was 1 o'clock at night when the church was closed. Y.M.C.A. Men Elect Leaders Towmey Starts The Water Dogs, under the leadership of Captain W. P. Wal ters, won the first games of biff- ball and volleyball In the April tournament of the V. M. C. A. bus Iness men, starling last night. Captain Walters and Captain Farmers Along Glad Tidings Road Get Juice Sixteen farmers living on the Glad Tidings road, running east from Monitor, recently had elec tric light and power service in stalled in their residences and barns. The power Is being sup plied by the Portland Hallway John McCormick. of the Land I,ub Light & Power company, who in- bers, were chosen leaders at a stalled the two miles of line re banquet of the class held recently quired to supply the fanners uu at the V. M. 0, A. at the end of der the company's regular line ex ilic March tournament. tension agreement. A challenge has been recently The farmers ordered the exten sent to the business of Portland sion made last December, but con- to i I the Salem men ill a tour- siderahle delay was experienced nament here, which, In all possl- In receiving the wire, which is of bllity, will be accepted. The date a Hpecial kind known as steel re will beset later. Unforced aluminum wire. '1'Iit; names of the members of Following is the list of the the two teams of Salem business farmers who are now using elec- Settlement of Strike Sought By Parliament London, April 4. Regulations to meet the emergency brought about by the strike of coal miners In Great Ilrltaln were dis missed by both houses of pari la ment here today Prime Minister Lloyd-Ueorge, w ho called a meet Ing of the cabinet (or early (his morning, was expected to go be fore the house of commons uutl In dorse the announcement made Sat urday by Sir Hubert Stevenson Home, chauceller ot the exchequer that the government would refuse to yield on the point of subsldixiug the miners' wages A feeling Is growing, says the Dally Graphic, that the negotta tiuns on the proposed new wage scale broke down too abruptly anil that an attempt may be made by the house ol commons to bring the parties together once more. 33 Lose Lives In Train Wreck Bagl Pass, Texas, April 4. Thirty three persons were kiMed In a collision between a freight and aaasenger train on the Mexican National line at Vila Gartra, be tween Pai radon and Monterey, ac cording to reports here today. The time of the accident was not given The only Identified person killed Waa Victor Vlllareal. candidate for Mayor of Piedras Negras, the town opposite Katie Tass, the report Bid. men and their lieutenants follow: "Land Lubbers. I, Ions C. K. Knickerbocker, lieutenant; George W. Hug, M. O. Kvans, A. K. McClaln, A. Kafoury, Or, I). X. Heechler, B, K. Slagon, George I). Alderln, Curtis Cross, Eric ilutler. Dr. W. T. Mllltken, C. A. Downs snd J, D. McCormick. Tigers William J, Kntress, lieutenant; G. It. Paulua, Condo, Lawrence Gale, It. L. Putnam. J, C Mulch. Ur H. EC. MorTl-1, W C. Dyer. Polrleb, 0. I. Lewis, Cadwell, and Edward Livingston. Cubs Dr. B. B. Klrkpatrlck. lieutenant: Hoy B. Shields, W. H. Hartaof, Bob Paulua, c. nick man. Carle Aliranis. Ot n, ' Kranklln. P. W. llyrd, Joseph H. Albert, Dr. F. L. Utter. John M. Clifford, W. T. .lenks, and W. S. Moore. "Water Dors." Star Klsh Lloyd Itlgdon lieu tenant; Hill Paulua, Dr. M. C. Klndley, II. M. Sechler, S. Ka foury, Dr. C. W. Southworth. George KYye, T. W. Davles. A. C. Huh rust etlt , C. I. Green, Frank A. Dakar, Hayne, John, C. A. Kells, and W. P. Waller. Whales Samuel Stockum. lieu tenant; Harold Kaliln, Allan Hy non. It. 0, Hoffman. Crolsen, Dr. J. 0. Matthls. Tinkhmn Gil bert. Dr. G R, Prime, P. W. Young. J. N. Sehon, C. N. Need ham and W. N llvars. Sharks - Ola! Oleson, lieuten ant; N. W. Hlllborn, F. M. Boaalla, i II. II. While. Smllhers, John ller lleson. C. M. Cox, James Burr. 11. , II. Duncan, W. H. Mlnler, Hicks, and F,. B. Klllott. Guard Officers Will Distribute Victory Medals Through orders from the war department, Major James S. l)u seiibury, Instructor-Inspection of ficer of the Oregon national guard, has been designated as medal offi cer and will have charge of the distribution of victory medals to all cx-servlce men who have not received them. The distribution of the medals was forineily handled by recruu Ing officers, but since recent or ders have withdrawn recruiting stations from a large number of towns. It has been placed In the hands of the national guard. Un der the new orders it Is required that a rommtsslonro, officer shall see the discharge. And ex service man can obtain a victory medal by mailing his dls charge to Majnr DtMMital In care of the adjutant grneral s of fice here, or by railing in person trie light and power on the Glad Tidings road: B. J. Anderson, Henry J. Anderson, V. G. Calvin O. B. Hanson, Maurice Johnson, R. II. Limu, John C. Lee, M. S. Lien, L. D. Lenon, P. J. Olsen, H. Hogen, Scandinavian church, O. P. Skei, C. F. Straw, A. M. Lorlug, and P. II. Wormdahl. Woman Motorist Pays Fine of $10 for Speeding Here Arraigned before Judge G. E Cnruh, Miss Alma Wells pleaded guilty to a charge of speeding her automobile. She paid the $10 fine stipulated. Miss Wells was arrested Satur day by County Traffic Officer Bert Smith. The air pressure at 6,000 feet is 80 percent of what it is at sea level, that is. from eleven to twelve pounds per square inch. TODAY Tomorrow Thursday Washington. April 5. Presi dent Harding Is understood to hare approved Immediate re-Introduction of the Knox peace resolu- tloa when congress convenes next week. Final decision has not been reached, however, it was indicated by republican leaders, as to when it would be pressed for adoption. Hopes are said to be entertain ed in administration circles that definite progress toward a con cord of nations on a new world peace program might be possible within a short time. For that reason, It was intimated, a period of three months or so might be allowed to elapse before action on the resolution was taken by con gress. Republican senators were said to be generally in accord with re spect to the Knox resolution. Sev eral of these senators held an in formal conference last night. It was said :hat the only im portant question now open with reference to the Knox resolution was the time for its adoption and the possibility of an amendment to declare the attitude of the Unit ed States should world peace again be threatened by Germany. French Approve Appointment of Herrick to Post Paris, April 4. Approval of the grata will go forward in due time, it Is declared. ' Greeks Repulsed. Constantinople, April 5 Thej Greek army which has a)i tper-i ating agaim--c Kski-chhr pas been uriv,.-,. back behind rati Bl'.WH following Its defeat o thd TurlOsh nationalists, it was asserted here. Authoritative sources declared confirmation of reports to this ef fect had been received. Negro Lynched. Brandon, Miss., April 5. u Sandy I Tlinmncon nwrn. WOO SllOl RrlU appointment of Myron T. Herrick killed B E. Dobson, a planter near here. Friday, was lynched near Langford during the night. The j hmlv was found swinging front il the limb of a tree. as United States ambassador to France has not been officially sig nified by the French government. Entire satisfaction with reports that he is to be the new American ambassador was expressed at the foreign office, however, and foimai notification that he is persona Electricity, matches and defec tive cnimneys are respuiiNiuic the majority of fires. The English mile is longer than a kilometer, being equal to 1.609 kilometers. Reds To Allow Foreign Factory Owners to Work Paris, April 4. Measures are being taken by the Russian soviet government to allow foreign own ers of factories in Russia to exploit their properties under a regime similar to that established for the mines. It was announced in a wire less message from Moscow sent out by the soviet government': service today BLIGH JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY WHEN WE PUT UP OUR SIGN inscribed "High class sanitary plumbing" it meant exactly what it said. Nickel pipes, mar ble basins or porcelain tubs do not of themselves make sani tary plumbing. It is how they are put in that makes for health and comfort. Have us do your plumbing and it will be the real sanitary kind, not a mere trade name for ordi nary work. GRABER BROS. 141 S. Liberty St. Phone 550 Mount Ararat. In Armenia, the resting place ot Noah's ark, Is M,700 feet in height. Mexicans Deport Tank. Mexico City, April 5. I.lnn A. K. Oale. an American radical, who was arrested here Kriday night, has been deported from Mexico by the way ot Vera Crux. It Is said by newspapers of this city. There la a general Impression here, however, that he has been taken to Laredo to be turned over to United State authorities. Sow Clover You will find that this is the year to seed your land to clover and grasses. "TV pa-aiii market is unsettled i; MM will from present indications, be a weak market with a chance of not paying the cost of production. Your land needs a rest as nearly every farmer has grown grain for at least four or five years without change. Seed your land down and get it in shape so that you can make some money as there is nothing that vou can do that will build your land up like a good clover crop We have some very fancy seed and at the right price. Oregon Seed Corn Beauty of Skin Enhanced by Cuticur a When used for every day toilet pur poses Cuticura keeps the complex ion fresh and clear, hands soft and white and hair live and glossy. The Soap to cleanse and purify, the Oint ment to soothe and heal and the Talcum to powder and perfume. CsUaara Lab- hara Souv 2e OTotaMnt and We Taljm2e. 0aVCutit ura Sop ahaaea without mu. iBUldHkhMhtlfkll AtMraaa ... Dapl 110. UalH.a 41 Jlau SILK POPLIN Back to Pre-War Prices 36 INCHES WIDE Silk Poplin $1 Yard A highly lustrous and durable fabric so popular for ladies' and children's dresses, skirts, etc. Colors are: White, black, navy, copen, African brown, taupe, plum, ecru, old rose, peacock, etc. Our Prices Always The Lowest GALE & CO. Commercial and Court Streets Good seed corn is scarce this season as we find from tests that there are very few lots that will grow. We have secured a very good lot but it will not last long and would advise you to place vour order earh and be sure of getting good seed. Also, have some fine Silo corn that produces those big crops of fodder. Potatoes contain 74 percent ot water, while carrot have SS. D. A. White & Sep; I Phone 160 J 255 State 1 SALEM. OREGON I - -J - - Can You Finish Drawing Jiggs' Face Free Prizes for the Best Drawings he Capital Journal publishers rf th0 t, "5w xn has marie Qr, IT" .. tamous "Brineinc toon has made iSKXteiESft VP Fatr" car. of Salem under 14 years of age a lttTSl KiddieS Just finish drawing Jig' fac.P ;n . envelope with your name and address and K abVe' insert Ld.tor of the Capital Journal. bl'ng or mjUi " to the Contest For the best Twelve drawinc n, t Sntiirilin- ll.i: ..... .. .iwimcc, April 9th: M Prize, 2 box seats 4th Prize. 2 box seats 5th Prize. 2 box seats om mze, i box seat 3 p e- seats lower floor K lze- 2 seats lower floor in p 2e'o2 seats balcny i?.:1- 2seats balcony 1-th Prize. 1 seat balconv. All ri-,. a . " rme 1 't balcon All drawings mm be in The Journal office bv 7 . . k I Winners will be announced in TJaLT o paper. April 7. Tuesday, April 5, Ujj Cash and Carry It Pays Fanners' CASH STORE L C. Burton Durdall 247 N. Commercial, Salem Specials for Wednesday and Thursday 60c C B D Coffee, 44c pound can 50c Tiger Moon Coofee, 36c pound can 3 pounds : $1.00 45c Silver King Coffee, 29c pound, 4 lbs. $1.00 30c Special Blend Coffee, 22c pound, 5 lbs. $1.00 No. 5 Cascade Lard....78c 01 0 n bl- ni re ll Ml: nt Uli m lr . 10 bars Crystal White I ouap OBC lOCl a. 25 bars White Navy Soap 1 $1.00 tb Best Creamery Butter, 5 40c pound o 'hi o ni lii CI es c rf h 35c package Powder 24 c Washing 5 cans Sugar Peas.... 55c 9 cans Caroline Milk $1 25c K C Baking Powder 2 bars Crystal White Soap FREE with each 1- lb.can Tiger Moon Baking Powder, 35c Per pound. Farm ers CASH STORE C Burton Durdall 247 N. Commercial St. Three Busy Stores. SALEM SILVERTON INDEPENDENCE kl- in t : M tru St the in re fed, U ti sel Win Lin. f e the ktul a n I cc nds K)ih ire ited fpor bwei The v rpor lofit.