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Ibsen Upon the Screen is the latest motion picture triumph. It is the five part play ' GHOSTS with the celebrated actor Henry B. Walthall as the star and with such splendid screen artists as Thomas Jefferson and Mary Alden in the cast. "Ghosts" is one of the Mutual Masterpictures advertised in the Saturday Evening Post and other magazines. It is a great drama of the heart and mind. See it TODAY, TOMORROW AND SATURDAY Bligh Theatre Adults 10c, worth more. Hop Growers, Attention! We sell Black Leaf 40 for killing Hop Aphis and Red Spider. Far cheaper and more effective than Quassia chips. Call or send for Circular D. A. White& Sons Feedmen and Seedmen Phone 160 Salem, Oregon Clara Kimball Young in "HEARTS IN EXILE" The Great Russian Drama Today OREGON Last Time Ye LIBERTY TODAY FOR THE LAST TIME The Vivacious ELSIE JANIS In "BETTY IN SEARCH OF A THRILL" Written by Herself. South American Travel Series No. 8 " Where You Always Seo the Best Pictures." sSCFNF. FHOM nvu-PARI MrilAl. MAS 1 thl "Ghot" in M.istrplcure Torm Great er Than IbM-u't Plur. A New York cnti. and famous ,onr .".list who lor n b.ug time re, ,,-seii,ed one of the iorenio.t ..iy t'er .r, the n.elroili .jyi that " I in est, " the five part Mut ual Materpi.-tar bid 'n Ibs.'n'H play an.! starr.ng Henry I Walth-iH, ,,, ta'b'os he. (ercver the -n I'Temaey of the innving potuie over the spoken drsr. 1. "1 was an.a '-.;." h .aid. after m- ing the Ibsen or in a. '-l have f t lb en played Iv t,,r bi.s.iai. and in Vol Tian. J have heard Mihosls' a-led in Knglisli, but I . :iu say frankly that h?r vOL' ..v$. yl H,: cv ;'t .-' '.. i Z;- I Ji fc'Vv.-:-.-.-:.- Children 5c FOUR PERSONS INJURED Snntu Monica, Oil., July 15. Four Lug Angeles people were injured to day when n racing car skidded tinil rolled over three times near the city limits here. I Airs. Lottie McMillan wns Internally .injured. The other, not bo seriously hurt, are II. K, llohlerninn, owner and driver of the car, Mrs. Ora Strotli and Walter Warren. HOW'S THIS? We offer One Hundred Dollars lie ward for any case of Catnrrh that can not lie cured by Hall's ( utarrh Cure. V. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known V. .1. Cheney for the last 1.1 yeursand be lieve him perfectly honorable in nil .business transactions and financially aide to carry out any obligations made by his firm. National Hank of Commerce, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly, acting directly upon the blood and 'mucous surfaces of the system. Testi monials sent free. Trice 7j cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists. j Take Hall's Family i'ills for consti- I put ion. 4 -r':-. ' f.'..:i .. h. iV?,U"'$ msw :i "CillOSTS" 'ICTLKL I'KOUUt L J m hUJtSTIC I I. ave never seen a icrforu am r of lb" pis f even ii . s. hug m power' hp con. bisive dmu sto- , Iff t th.s po i tin version. I I I tl"l believe taut 1 !het,. the rroiv ,, lonal drama, it ; coil. , be a picture p..,l .l.t.v. Anv - f ha. ni(c!ic :i lb-en plnv re . alues how l-ttle s t oa there it. how j ronipb-telv the . b , rm It i, .,li ,h. .(aciHtil ll.tc .lisn.e of c,iers,n.li , A omen. t...ki i, ," ihr f-rt at I In,. fnnt in the .'t ,t h.. b. . done Tin1 to tore i far g'.ater than the, Ida v." ! ",;i,.,." w.'! I. bin at ..'' Il.,(h tbiat-r tuUay, '"lay id Sat utday. IDS TO TAKE LOGAN? JUiCE FRISCO PILGRIMAGE First of 29 Special Trains Will Pass Through Salem Fri day Morning When the thrillers pass through this city on their way to San Francisco from the big convention in Seattle on 2!' ; special trains over the Southern Pa cific they will be given a treat worthy of h royal party, ami one which is ; intended to leave lasting uml pleasant "taste to Salem" in their memories, as well as upon their palates, on their jour ney through the state and homeward. This treat will be in the nature of re freshing draughts of rich and sparkling loganberry juice; the juice which made William Jennings Hrynu forsake and forget his erstwhile beloved grape. Through the courtcsv of General Pas senger Agent John M. Scott, of the ! Oregon division of the Southern Pa cific, arrangements have ticen made to deliver two gulions of the juice, the i product i f the local juice manufactur ing factories, to each train as it passes J through the city which will he suffici ent to provide every passenger on every 'train with a liberal portion of the de lightful beverage, me puice is to be.; 'placed upon the trains by the Salem Commercial club through the medium of 1 which organization the donation is be ing made. j The first tiuin ot iiie Slirlnors' spe cials is expected to arrive in Salem I about s o'clock tomorrow morning and there v ill be four other Rpecials through during daylight of tomorrow at about lit n'rloik u. in., and 3 and 4 p. m respectively. The other "5 trains will stiiiii; oiit through the night and the following day. Arrangements have been made by the Commercial club with the dining cur service of Port land to receive the loganberry juice as the trains pass through and the juice will be accompanied by suitable liter ature and curds advising the Shriners of lire virtues of the beverage, the history 'of the loganberry industry and to whom . thev are indebted tor the courtesy. I There will be about 5.000 Shriners from 't.U parts of the I'l'itcd States upon the trains, many of the delegations from i eastern stales preferring to make the I trip from Seattle to Sua Francisco by j water, and the local Shriners will doubt-1 : less meet as many trains as possible to : greet idd friends and ucipiaiiitances as' j they pass through. j Jfi SC ! it ?(c 3J( 3 Sj( C ijc . , SOAP 18 BAD FOR THE HAIR -.e :: i'f :) Siap should be used very sparingly, I if at all, if you want to keep yi.vr hairi looking its best. Most soaps and pre pared shampoos contain ton much alkali. This dries the scalp, makes the hair brit tle, and ruins it. The best thing for steady use is just ordinary mill-if'.c.l co.-oanut oil (which is pure anil gr, 'useless. , and is better than soap or anything else you can use. due or two lonspoonfuli. will c"nnse the hair and s-alp thoroughly. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub it in. It imit.es an nliumluti'c of rich, creamy lather, which rinses out easily, removing ,.eiv particle of dust, dirt, dandruff u id excessive oil. The hail dries one kly and evenly, and it leaves the scalp ..nl't, and the hair tine and sky, luiglii. lust roii., fluffy and easy to ninuHKc, You can get inulsified em oanut nil lit any phurmmy, it', very cheap, and a few nun. is will supply every member of the family for months. Submarine Commanders Must BeMore Careful Ani-terdriin. July in. Reports that Herman submarine r-oni.nanders have I en iliKlriletod to be more eur,.fnl C hi.. nun I'Ven si.iee the sinking of Ike .u 1 sit'.tiiii were partially col'n.bornte.l In-! 'III- i,l I, selui-off.e'ial disl.ntch from! Perlin. Iteviewing the subirinri.ie war fare, the .tnteiui,,, ib-rlnred : "The loss of lite I.;, been remarkably small as the submarine a,c u.ing eveiv precnu lion tun! i'iv,,;e a.nple warning mid tune to have the .,lp it ,,,, resistn.iee is oft. :e,, ' ' le .lone 12 by ni,'tii,'iti, small fis.'.uig ri haiittiien were sunk ! I.e., .Irs a number of s.i-l.. This lepli'seuts I, 1 if l.'.'i.linii t to I tie ciicniiiV ; id. .pi-.Ng. tin KAVAL SriES HELD I...,. din. July I j. -Two Mifwr niivtil spies l,av.. been t.rnst.d and will be se. retlv tiled ti Kndt.v. it wh officinl ly at ii" in. el t, b,v. the names of the spies were W .tl.h. Id. America's Greatest Cigarette mmi ,(;i t ' Cfvmn m J Vr -J ii r mi Trouble With Villa and Zapah Inevitable Is Official Opinion Wasiiiugtou, July 14. All accounts regruui rno jin-scur situation in: Mexico reaching Washington today I strengthened the conviction that llcu-i oral t'arranu will be recognized by I the administration ns provisional head' of the gmveriiment there. It is nut! denied that I'arrnna's methods iu tin past led to doubt as tu his availability ! as provisional lender, but with the fail' of Mexico City, the "first ihief hasl adopted a olicy which has met with' great favor here. He has shown a de-! sire and ability to restore order. Late dispatches reported Mexico city ipiiet despite the fact that Carranra 's army! has been in control but three days. That Cnrranza will have (rouble with! Oenerals Villa and X.npnla. his ciieinlcs, i is considered inevitable. It was inti-i mated in official circles, however, that; this will not be deemed ;is ground fori withholding recognition. Itv peiuiittlng! Cnrranza to import munition... and pric ing an embargo upon exportation to his enemies, such dil ferem-es ran be speedily terminated, duly one a for ! eigner, a Swiss, was killed during the evacuation of Mexico city. Mossno.cs from Vera Cm, today declared that ; ('nrruii7.u will severely punish the Xaia tistns responsible for his death. I i DO YOU FEEL HEADACHY? LOOK TO YOUR STOMACH ; t -.In X It is an uuusiml thing for a druggist I to sell medicine under a guarantee toj refund tho money if it doe, not cure. Vet this is the way Uuuuil .1. Frv, the! popular druggist, is selling Mi o u'a, the! standard dyspepsia remedy. j Never before has he had so huge a number of customers 1.11 him that a medicine has been si cssful as wilh Mi-o-na. People who a few months ngoi ioiiki'iI like walKing skeletons have put mi flesh and today arc nobly and vig orous with perfect digestion ami good health. There is no longer any n I for any one suffering or making tlmr friends suffer on account of dyspepsia. Mi o mi can nlways be relied upon. The per ceutaee nf rules is so creal that there is little risk to Daniel ,1. Fry in guar ! anlceing to return tin mey iT the luedi.-ine does not relieve. And he stands ready to do s without an)' ipiej lions. Headaches, all forms of indigo. lion, specks before the eyes, di,y feeling, poor sieep, ringing in ll ars and all forms of liver trouble ore helped bv Mi-ii-ua. A few days' treatment .h old show considerable gain in lien It li while a coinplele cure often follows rapidly. These days are the best in the whole year for the eiii"Vinent nf goe, health, and Mi-ona will put you in sued pet feet condition that you can enjoy cvetv minute of llicni. Government's Conspiracy Case Crows Stronger Portland. July II. The govern men! 's sc on, -top in ji ,.nrt to P"'v i.spini.-v and use of tl mils to defraud i.eainl the seven defend ants in the I nit. d States I nshier trial was taken t.i.l,, in federal cunt whu Puiled Stale, nornoy Heames inlro dl.ee, as ev idea, e letters f nun the cashier coini.aiiv tu Montuna ,t,ve.i.i, I sent afte ! Salfxtnoi, ales had been made bv eel ,, '',.. T. ',. I lead. vas given bv lliiain e 1 'umlaut for the ei.v '..uncwcll and T.l, had ,..'7,.s!i2..',(t nmth of s I ,.", 2.', w li. pi. i. i ii I hey reeeiird e. . Ill In i ,. i" rcciit or '2.77Voo, iy Hinged fniu rioros " ciuceri.i.ig i he prom i , on. .'ruing the co'i, , ' indicn! inc thai the . ns going to .nlrsoien. president, and F. M ".Hunger, averaged a cut of the HUOnllil l,f for stock in the fust Ik letti'li wele e, House, e.vp.-i I 'einmrnt that I I sold a total nl slock of which '"r """" "'' '"he. uli I, 1 li 1 1 ' le.l in , told ,v ilivct , i.".'S loti le III. n pany, t. t I usual coiiii,i-i ' I "i ji ii k Men.-:.-. 1 l'Moiin, sal. . ! tulal of fifiv p Iiioncv pll.ee. TO OVI'.TtCOME 8UNRTJP.N, TAN, 1 i(L( KLLH, WRINKLES If voor f r 1. 1. i.t an, on, ,t of the tuif si I,,. III. Wlo in is unduly reddened, t.' "'d, dab ' a liberal i I i.nry i.iereolii , on I n low it to remain ovi t, mi Hush off tie nM ii. 1 the mormiiir 1 V isible pat,,. 1 ll. Ill-pert, 1, tint, flaky, alioo.t it, . nf rule I,, con,., with 'his daily, the e.iltrf orbed, but so gradual Mis slicl,!"., 1 1 . i r er in I. ven the I. on i , '"t'-d. The iiieb r,'-. i, n on, r skin is Iv, there ' ,1" 1, t""i. the new con. pl.-a mi, h ntt! '.'iillhful looking, von 'II 'MOHforUIMtOO It the I ..aid bio,, hv r.oh.d 'tore, is ' n In i. t i ii 1 1 y ni'oblv i r e onttie of ro n( any drag t raws. If "in nnd win ! make von or. , i ri t n. 'f' mii, vou'.i I " in. I tit rutViiti. miiu I let nnd H"v '. l-v. To overcnii-r i , ' ,,- e ipioll. . I.rhe the (... in a ...hi j ti.'ll made l .I.Onlv il,g an o ilo e of ' ,si .'er." iii a half j ,. , ha-. ,. St. Lout., 11 r: Pemi rnb.-rii g Mil null thai, l l.,a a, art .'Mt.-d tint aide of tl.n 1,-f... Il'ierla ,,n . it it. j j l.'tu (om le. Vast Throng Sees Historic Relic Here Today (Outinued from rg One.) and viewed the hell from a specially ere, ted platform built on a. level with the deck of the car. The ailultM march- fil iu like nun nor upon the went side ..r .,. . . , , - . , --... ., i ,v i, 'u,i IH'lllll'a IM Oil" . ., CtnU'itX k.c"; hu lHt,,r !'. I'-"' LHlnv from cencer after was stationed , front of the Oreg.vi;,,,, rxu.nM Mnvm; ;'lh.'. .w'v . ,,tr'',,a,",1 ov- H- ".is nt one time the Vni.ed States . ; thins moved o f as smootu y ,,,, for , ,,,. clockwork and without the least fnc j it,.,, , he day, of the direct prima, v ' ChorriMU and Militia Help. Mthew. wielded a perfect political The (her:i band gave a co.fcert in 1'",.'m't Ual ."" h Mario.. Sipiareti-om 1 : l.M.ntil ,i ,,'clock I l'r,u l" "Uy "' r',"r,'"'t'1" and kept the itunicnse crowd iu good-l , . , naturcd patience, and plaved a number ' NoKl Teuor Wauta DtTorce of selections, mostlv of ' ..-irioti.. . lertland, Ore., July l...Allcciug ture. which added rest and enthusiasm 1 ti. the occasion. The Cherrians volun-' tarilv donated their services as aides! in kii'ping the crowd in check nnd with-! in conin.'. rendering vuluable assistance' k"",v" P"r'l"l tenor, has today tiled : to tin poli.e, and Company M, of the:1-'"1' oivorce against Mrs. Kathleen! militia, arrived in the citv 'on a special Helcher, who has achieved success as n train over the Oreeon Klivtrie nt 1 1 ."i upon the return from the annual en-l'1"' F.iropean war XIrs. Helcher opened euin nicnt at (Icarhart, and marched 11 studio in New York, but returned to immediately to Front street, where thoyl Portland recently, assisted in iiinintaiuing order and ini keeping the niarchnu line in motion. It is estimated that there were be ! twee, 4.-,t,o d .1UU0 ,, hool children in1 the line ,.f nu.reh I ,1,, i ;,. 'uii'iy grow,, up cti. the total crowd I g toughlv-and eon.ervativelv est, mated ut fullv j:,.0O,i, and ev en- ,,U(. , of the children was presented Willi a ' snail silk flag to tun i.poo their lio.onis and to preserve as a souvenir of the auspicious o. ensiou. C11: point ion Coin mi.sioucr Sehiilderman and his chief deputy. ,1. lii. -hard-on, as rcpre enta tives of the Sons nf the Uevolution, also distributed sum.' lit tractive little naiiii hlets iccitii,'' 1, brief toil enm. lu lu story of the old bell and containing mm h ml urinal nci ot value cone orniiie it. I'VetV ,,,.ol,..r .,C ll... I I. ,.l... I , " ' "' "" " reported iu uniform to assist iu the handling of the crowds, and every ci uliaii woin iu to help keep the lines, in order and the people frotu Mvaiiiunt: into the roped arena over the ropes, I were decu nted with a yellow ribbon badge of nulhoritv benrm- t,.e Pi inled , inseript,,,,,. -I.ibeitc Hell, duly lo. I !!.'., Salem, Otc-nn." History ol Liberty Boll. j ine ,... i. ..,.,.' v- ncii vv,.:i not nl ways rcgiirib'd with so much love ami revere,,.-,. s it is now. Iu fuel, for over a hull. lied years it was regarded as , , , , just a comniot, bell, and not a vciy good one nt that. One mini, awac back iu J 1 v davs ,, Ph.ladelph.a, ente, -d I, Colllliliunt. II CCII1L' 111. I he SllM'eie.l , . ,. .. ' -. , :, . ,, ,,i.,rc-s trom the .iiiiiiiil' of the bel and ! , . .. , , . . ii hoped .1 would rot ting except nt the meetings of the Pennsylvania asseu.b About l!'i.ri years ago ,he asset.iblv .... o ee Ol e. , o n i 1 1 n 111 ee 1 1 11 S should be anaoii,, I by the nnging of a bell. A bell was ordered lundc n, r.ngliiud, on which was to be the in sen pi, on ,,, the Ib.ok ol lev, tons, ' 1 tl ..-r t v- Ih.ough nil (he lund to all the inhabitants thereof." The bell was modeled aft. (.rent Ton," of W, sun, aster anil in rived in IToll, just 1,U years ago When this bell was hung, It was crack ed bv the first stroito of the clapper " , . . , , ,, not lrur Again Ike bell was lo cust and linallv placed n. the state luuire steeple in .Iu,,,'. I..VI from that tune tor the next HI' vents. I lu In iih rectis, to, , no f.i.ii'H uen I lie oe ,i 1 1, nr. on e momentous oc insion. It w as rout Met an. I tollei, wlten 1he idtoos slumps i-linie into pint, l.'iio M the cull of the bell in I7i'. I'hih .lel pl.ii, utetchnnts priitc.lt'. I agtiiie-t re Htn-tive l gtslnloui. t.'i:it.Hii,g with liir,, the ri.lgitiu of the bell aiiloillliec.l glellt events. I, a ll ll i otucetl tile el-is lug of the Ho., ..a p. nt. the buttle of I ,e i ii,. I on. iiinl linallv the p.oclmua t'l.tl of A:ne..'lU I lob pCT,.ielr um July X. 177,1. ll I. lie. I the it nil ki,. II .., Wa.,ii,;',..ii. ih.ii.s, .1. I f, i mii, i.it the l;..t glint SMI VIVol .1 the clliUliclel s l nolo the nation. .! . 1. 1, MnMxill I,, sib', patt.-l a- it t ..Mr. I f,i lln fu a, ri I .., , ,1 oly s, I . mo l h y en i alter ll I. ad inn:' out f ill. " mi' II e m. llOUIieeU.el.l e, tile 1 1 c I '. I ,'i t 1 1 , i.' Tl..- Liberty b. II In, . alua; s b. en love. I Ml. I reveled hv t lie lliellca,l ,.i. pie. I 'i I le , . til - I'', It I : III'- l.-l l i.t 1. 1 I.. ,..B ... Id i,. .. n it!. Mi" ti. I lion.e 'lite 1. Ill p" 1 1 aid Mo I,. II In gii n l ', I v. a Illli'le it- I i'-t tup I , t lie N, I ll I. e ..-It I' ll. I , I. c. t , e lO'el. ill,, V I 111 tl, 1 O il I. II lll' l ;' I 1" P. Hi". I ' t ma. I Co r I al In ,.- I .,' en .:. 'I !," , a r on d . .,.'. lo I I.t I . ".nt I". ". O' ll M, i.ln re, el , ,1 I" ,',, ,11c.. t Io, i-ii,i.. 't- . I OM . la t lot n.. . ii - t' d ' li i t h - i l.. "t.n I . si.d , d Mie r. If. s..!,1..,!. ,1 r.er, mi. palli'iMc fc ., P'.r in 'id ti.. n 1. 1 .. a ii li'i.-hl. !""- 't "l ,'ier t,,;, to II . i , -. -,v. ill, , .,.(,',.,' XM' ! tl . J li. V .,",.,, V'",M '"'I " ' 1 ' H.c i l-r .., a eat M. a, nt, I I ,, ' , "' "'"' ;M "aian. ,- , ., ,, '". I ke toil ,"t, ,1 lit l"li lilid li" . ,,. ,,. ,,, .,,. I ' ' ' " , Wot I. ll, ,,, ' i a id "I, '" ' I' 1 ' ' o ' t d j; t . i ' , ' I -v.rtoll., I . .a i ke , i .. a, ,o.. , n 1 1 " a , I An. i ' !il'" :! 1 ' M.. I. ,v. " ' 'X"""'a " I""' ' , , n, C , , , ...;..,,, , 1 ..,1, I.. ,,, '. a. il ' "' "' 1 I'" '' ",i n, l;,o d . I,.,,,.. B ,, r'nti.t ,., I,,, tl,,,-, - ". ' o '"la '' ni'i " ug. Jul, I I '" iv;"- 1. 1 ad, n,i i ri,, ,.,.. rr,-",T77 1 ; " ..g-.,...lv I- 1 1 'I'M tki'. Hip ,,,,,, , ,,. ,:,., ,, x ' UN I "-"'-I . XX . ,11.. I" II ,Mll le nil-.-. I ,, ,.,l.c ,. , , ,,.. ' ' '!"."'l'' "I l.aill,, pea,. Tl I le II, r, I'lel I" ('lln I. "I ill'V III. I p,.,, in. ,.- .1 a, liei.tl ' ," .I'll,--' ' '"g'' ""' 'l'"i''I ' ' I'll" ti-'l -to w.. i ,!. i !. e, tl. . v , jT i, v -1 , ,,. ," '' ''' - ' I." I..'- ,b..,v of ,-,,.. ',,,.1 BUM, "He." Liberty It II. In - mid M ,.., "I v..,t..,. ,o . , . ' , , I'.! ' in ad, I'r.'. .I..I- 1 ' I lie .l.i.i II,. I ',io. no, I '.., , , ,.- t, jo. ill. ,,, utie oi s ;' i '! ,,. ,,lin ,t l,hi. An tnit..i,e in. id. ,t sik wii.ii a Bell Vir .l t T. oma. lino. I.. , of I I,, "I pc , le , ... t.rl.d I V a, T .t. W ..,.., dinv I 't la, i ,,,, i.ai .pOtd '.. I oil. el, it n, were flllowtd to wiMoi t I .l.'liM unnked the ,.t,i,i,di .lit.- tl.- t..l villi Mn.r f.n.'el. ; o f ' he , In, -,, loir of jet.oli. llm I'ltlllil Al Vl o t t,. I, a furs. b, n , I ,. i n t.-I . d Me .t til. a I oil Mm tel. nil bull I ,ti bv rioti- Inan ,wo ,lioiii..tit. t.ht,. i,ig li,.,t tw.nun to si e Mie l.thtil, beil ilnb,l., 'he I Ire". .11 S,',,itiniil Initirl I'.r 'he 'wo and I, half ho'',' tli.p utol niioi.-roo. (n'l.o'.lc ot l. I.n'.l .o,- n, 'la.oo.a Inmiv li'OO'.'l tt. U pa...,, tut. ti, fined, a, id .'.el. 1 ,,,'ter the bio of ill I"Vhh In b.tr ,he ri'ii, tel,.'. iiar.l, had .'.'!, d,.., over thn .owin 'I he I II amv.'d in i',i.-..rii.i at I , In 1 or oi. 'i'. in. k in tin' ,vi',,i":(, uml sit. ,.. iiiii'l N.ail.' m, , I.01...1 li I n, .Oil en of the ''. the ft.blt.l I" ill UK by a con. I an, II. N It. Km, I'H, r ,".(, e.f ao.p.d lo'ltrjof I ,iitc- Hlatet .,' I, I t ,. c t with rep'e.en liiii'li.iit to.fi.td lo re in time ti, tour, ti ,,.,i..s of nil ffH,e,al or. b is in Mie I, M.i laradeliod s. e ,,.. bell. , i , r, labor or Jl, ,i , H, ions and laoinaial" Tie I'ltna b ifii a I arty l.o. . a- .f ln,l 'Inldnn in hob, In, drew 'OM', rtf, '. I , g the b' ll Wat, lee, bv a coot , Shur, ., i- i 1 1 . -c t - v liovcrnor l.i-'el M.ttlie if 1 1 1 r . a,. I aft. r bleu'- ft"' an I X! -i .. r ran. e,e ,c led ,u l.v nefi iar.fi on an u.,oioobile tocr of J.,.t,h I', t.affi.ev, if 'hil.... I, liia X! the city. . The journey of tin bell toward Sanj t OREGON NEWS TODAY Jack Mathews Dead. Portland, Ore., July 15. Walter V. Matthews, better knovvu as "Jack" Mutthews, for many years a dominating ,1's''' '' ' a u so his wife had spent ,h renter part of the last four years 111 '"ri" l'r''paring for a grand open r,l'""r, .lonii Hiiuna. itelcnor, well- soprano singer. After the outbreak ol Dr. HiUta Sacrifice. ....,.. ,,,. . ,. ' ' r'1.1 .m1' U"'" '"' - ' ' MM ' ''" '"' t indebled ,., h 'l U " ,s "." 'K respoiiMble " '. ''" today ,,, the tiling ,.r so,,, 1 Hrayton un.l l.aw baugh, ,'hicago tim-i '"'""Ivrs, against Or. Newell l ight j l'r,',,ni" ",' Y, lecturet and, author of HrooMvn, In lull 11 timber company conducted by I'r. Ilillis' two iicphi-vvs failed for more than Ili0.0,u. Hocause he had inlroduced his nephews into this section , and was a small stockholder in the! concern, 1 r . Ilillis assumed all liabiii ,,,'!,1 1111,1 ''as s luce devoted his euereies " nouioat 1 ng tlicm. oi 1111, en remains to lie paid mm. Ir. II, lllS llllH Hrrtlll.rt.,1 .,1 I I... , ......... k -. ... i , .... o i .r. i , i ii , v i an, I lunch counter for money deiimnded in the suits lu te in a ! vi,., A, Mies lox l.l"i I ndepondeiico bank for pay nicnt to the plaintiffs. I t'rog.ti. ' lulvl" I '. ' ' rortlaud rulil'clty Manager. J1'"11' SAI.I-' I Huuilev steam tractioii I'.n 1 1 ,, ,v tn . '', ,., "ngme, III h. p, p,,,, r sij,, ugerslp of the I'ortinud Hninibcr of ll'1"' Jnlvi". ,.,.,.-,. at a salarv ot . 7n . :,., . ,, ' '" , ,,,,,. ..f,,.,-,..! ,leorge I. Iinlv ! s I. ,-. .itnu 11 . . I vetch hay baled .cret1,iv'..r ll. T t . . , ,i . , I "" ' I'. l per ton; delivered iu 'ttZlu-r ' ' ,;"' S'W-' .'..Ivl-- , H!,s believed Hardy will n.cept. , m 1 GENERAL STRIKE MAY Tie in. aijmu. r.r,sI,K,r - - w ...... VVKII .,11 X , idepor t. Com... July to A ecu - ,.ul Bll,kl, jh t ln-.-t. t ..n.-.l ,' Hie , , 1, ' "e Hii'll .I..US , IplltlV. I ICS I ,,..( .v i .: ... . , ... 1 -'"' 'em, ,. uie .VIUCIO'llll r ,,, (lf ,, 1...,-. ,,v. ,.,,,,, ,, , ,,,lv , ,, ,.,-,,, tl, uvn. ,.,,,, I which, it caiieii, woiihl tie up aiuuiuni "fiti.ill liein.r li... ... . ..... t .. r...l C.r ,1 IK.... 1 J. , , , , , coll.pUllicS ,.f HI 1 1 1 1 1 a 11 1C jailing a e .civic asc v,ol- 1 (. m threatened j T.,,, lm. ,H,1V';1IM, . i,,,.,,,,,,,, ,!,,,.,,., ,, ,.,,., , tt(,rk ,. ,,,1,11, ( , ., ,. I ington plant. The c.-iil.al labor s.i the 1 , ,, .,.,.,, i ,,, u,,i,.,, .... n. .... ... ,.n ., . IS branches of flu: allied melul liadcs ens considered. The trouble appareutlv arose over su .... .. . . pe i i..oil oi uie ill 1 1 1 rig II I s I. V rill pen- . , j,,,,, Wl,fH,.rB, ,, ,. I , ,-.,, ,,.e., today there mi, ev, f Cr.maa agents endeav , ,g . , nioli, -ale ,1.,. BRYAN DF.FL'NOH 1118 COUKHK W1IILK IN OP ITCH I. os Angel, s, C,,, .f.,v 15. I',. tu,. i Sectelniv of Mate William .1, 1' Mi ,,, ,,,, ,, - '. " , made Ins l,,.t pnblo- n ss iu'l,,.,1', ; roome.) ,lwell,.,if, largu Angele. today , the l.os Angele. Ml, '.'.,' l"",' !"'!' I', '''""' I.iit. r he will Hpch The 1 K M"r""- l aa.eless W,,r" at a meeitug of the j W A ' Mil I pc u i.rned Sr , " ' ,V I an. to Ml, .11, pielelle.l. 'l - A, the public meeting t .,., I I, s i , .all at i.l. iiwotid ,.'res las, in,'l,,. Iliyai. dele... led ho, e. lm I I'anl V H.ini. .Ii.lv hi I'lg. Mille III publ III..'. ! " I tl the ll.a II V. 111! ellt o I.e.. in, " ,e , N 'I I I ' lo Let ,,..,a.. i..U,Uj aid, "ask l..:iidf nl,. ther he h;, i I t '.."alon Iu .itv, ,. , ,n en lis n, i,. li o, I,,. tune ,,, ,,,. j,,,, ,. ,,l I I" I' in i l. I..,ni;e lor no,,,. I'll,. , . the p, ople t IM lit V V'l.l 1 1 , V III,, lo I. av. s at I, ii I knv dn ng the pa-t Mrs ,, :. Mice,.. ' "II. at li d b, ilniglit l'..r Sat Adl'D I'AKMflUH CIIAKdrll) WITH M V It UK It UlfiiVlI.I.HpI) Will Web mm, l!,'ll. in,.,..", ,l,ilv I, .Ad - o and U ".e.ai.'ls ,, v I ',i Hi-I '.., , I I" t v j o , I I ' . a u e t..'o,. ol' . l e. -V I.nv in , I. I.I I ,.l nl lilt I. il l r, I '. I t tabii'li'.' li" t M .( tin i.e.r w.:l . Mi.' I.. o in aw e i t,i i g I'll 1 1'. M., i at,., in ii I". nl. ,.f , ' ll, I lo W I I " will . a i .e, lilt, "., tin. I" II Onto tin. la ill. .a, I s I' i , I, i .,- 'lie ' vs , ii t v 1 ho. i .a I'd . I, ' ll. n ,-,,11 I ,,, ,., ,, a , l'.ii.... ,hioi..;l, the stl.els. a l.li . .n wire , united tu a vciy f.n nordi. It V llllll. I, . t I1 . ,. tl ' ,",' I . V(. ',.,. V. V.'.l,. ll, i I ." - , 'g. I " 1 1 I'"" ks I in iii I. add i I;. i.l I'. 'Il .nl. I', , .To t i:, ,1,,.!,. , s-, v, i I .,,,. ... i ..... .,,.',. I 1 I l,e case 0 L . I , till . - tel..;. Vbll NEW TODAY I Ona cent pr word On tent Per word aark liur. tinn. I Vtvt for a,' der this heading ihouli b in by t FH0NB MAIN SL SALKM C'ounney Sweep. Phone 19. J117 W ANTKU--Hop spraying'; have power s raver. Phono IIP1,". July 7 WANTKli 0 waiters or waitress for luncheon July 1,1. Call 'Join. Jy , nl KKN'T - Furnished six room house. See (i. W. Johnson. JulvIK W ANTKI-- Woman to care for invalid lady, t all mornings, iMfi Wilson. , n K,;li .-s s . . .. . variety " Phone t'-'i' ll ' 'J. ' ' ' ate Kiiko UAi;iti:ii VANTi:i)--i,,ire , 0IH. CM Nu ll, Couimeicial st. .lulylli OAK wood $. fir t.1.311 per cord. Phona I US lit. ' iTiTTwTv PT 1 ,. , V . ,',,,,,'l,,1n ! 1 ' 'd -Night l.uuch. ; captured at ,lulyl7 ;y-i T ,,(VN, ,v prop,.,.,,, ,... Mills. ' ' ' ,(,h.,; ' I'.V.NCK Saturday ,Kht. ".i;., I.r,.l avenue. Kverybody invited. .HvU im TO l.o.W UH farm properly. See ' Mills. .Inly 111 TTT; ' ...,.,.'; r; 1 " '' , - or general house "'"' "" 1 I'ciiickcla sti t. .lulyl'i 1 ... .... .. r , I, i, "II I'll rooms, bath. for rem close in. Phone :ts'J or L'lvi.l. tf I. ... ... ...... ... ri in lor I'h' MM.' Cillelte Safely Itaor I ket kodak, "'ll Sonil. I igoleinth slicct. i i r,i H l-A r - Funiishcl, new, mnderu I 1 tiulow. I'aii mount Pari,'. '' ' '-'"'!. dulv 17 I - W A TI.I An invalid to lake can, r iu a coiulotlable home; best of ref eren. e.. I, ,.m ,,,nrunl. dulvltl I'll! s, ,; - 7 vim old bay horse, gen tie and good worker, weight U.'i.i pounds. I In rry , it y l',a,i,. COCK nisl.es work iu private family. Palely from s. lata Haibina, Cal. ;W.'i s. inter slii'et. ,lulyl7 "i I.'imiM house, i lose in, large lot, l oose iu good conditio,,, price flii.iil, C'.MI down, bal. mi terms. See .1. A. .vlills, .lulylli loon and .Vital ,,, ,,., ,, ,, ,,.,, ,.,t seeiiiitv. Call at. ! ( I' ... (1 bl.lg. Phone ;i.s.-.. .Iiilyi:. W A I I II - Wirniiii ,.,,, ,. i n M . baby, , all iiiiin.ii.gs, 21". Wil-ou. .lulvl.'. M.W I ii.Iiihoo.I r,cwtiler, all latest ilopiovt no uls, leu t iilor ribbon, etc.; I ri, ' let,.,. liable, suitable terms. V, uie ,loi,ii,l. July), I .1,1 .1 . ii.ii;.. ' 'b' lb 1 I e , It,,. Sale, i, I,,, l',,,, until, I.,!. , 1. 1 .: ! I I il III III,. I .loin, M 1 -; ' lln.' . -1.. . t. Jul, IV I'm; hi. si Not lv fill l,;-hi .1 mu lct" m i : vate Inline. Mall, ,i;,,ii I " .i I'."' lis I inn, I .add ,v I;., 1 'i.e or ,v ,i -, i, He, i, ,,, s S. , aie ,loi ,,,,l l FOR RENT! Two Office Rooms Best location in Salem. Inquire of Dr.W.AXox 303 State St. Sinlile Pud Inleilig in er- Went tin, allies cet, , ,t, no ., i. ii p.ife. My re liable p'lnh hilUr like Von llin.lculinr'; or ilaikviii.ii. ' o ' "t later Mi, I li . I, I ,,' ., ,, .t " ' ' ' ' " I" be a!,"'. It' I ..I... e ,, Mie I, 'I I"- vX I I.I, . ,. i i , ' . , at V g .,, I : ,ty t.. " hob ,., ,,i v , I,,,, II,,. ,, !,l '" i ol I" ' ' :,, ' A '.. , . 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