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GILBERT BETTMAN GilL:eft Bettr'i~:n, who is chairman of the American Legion le,'Aislative committee, ~l,i, I:N rqr!l:eT TQ HOLD MEAT HEAR;NGS Iltice on the proposed modific',ltion i t~ COliSOIll decree for divorciqiieii{ te five big packers froni all opera-,i ~Xeet.iI meat paekiu{g wi!l lw he- ~P('eial hoard of thl'(q- lll~qill)oys lhe departnieiits ()1 illS- board will c()lis[sl of 1[..I. Ca!l- Special assisl~_tllt tt) I)l(- ;lliol,- "~eaeral; \V. E. l~alnb, >,~)lieilor t~i" depal'tlnellt or conl lllPrcP, alld l~t. T. l-lainer, aLtorney in ehai'IAt~ tlgrielll(iire d(:'partliient of pack- ,n act adlllillislralioli, ll000 Vote to Join Oil Strikers. Allgeles, Cal.---All locals of the hit Prliatiolia] /llliOll ill California representing ~iO00 ' have voted to strike hi s31nl)alhv th@. ~ei'n COlinty (ill field strikers, anllo~meed hy ,lai~ies {i. Bales, of the ilnioli. All He Could See. IIh&rp-toligti(,d, red-( .e,l lawyer g ll WIIIic"z'~ a~ to )rlety. "Y,,u were ~e(m," he he- elllt~rllig the ~prclid Eagle l~ t tile #|(i()l'S W(q'e f)lieli (il' ~4ol,i.i i,F('l)lie(l the vline~s, "hul liOi lit ohJeet ill (l 3'(>11 in view Ihel!7" the l't wvt,r. Olily object ] had in view, slr, In was yourself coining ont," Chr0nicle-TelegTaph, Tax Bill to Have Lead. \Va~hhl}4ton. l). ('.---Tho senate fin- ~111(:(~ COllllllilte~! (loci(h,d h) put the ta~ I)]II ;lh(!~td Of lilt' tariff. (Sh~lirman Pell- rose aliliolln(:ed lhal il was tile hope of lho conllniil~+- Io have th;e tax bill l)assc(I by tile h()tlst! ready for stlblnjs, si()ll toill(~ S(,ll{ilt! wheli it rt.(![lllVenes S(}l)l('Illhel' 2t. ............................. Postmaster Slain By Mexican Bandlts. No.~;ales, Ariz.- Seven ari-n.(t bandits shot alld killed |"I'Hllk ,l. Pe{trSOll, posl- lllaster at l{llby..\riz., :),5 miles l~ost of here, and lhen h)ol,,d lhe store which was COil dll(:t {~d ill COllllec[ion wtth the postoffh:e. Ruby is only lhreo lllilt's IIot[h oJ" t]tt+~ iliI~rntltil)lial lJOllll- d~ti'y. British to Send Airship Dead Home. Washington, D. C.--The state de- I)artment aecepied tile [,]nglish govern- nl(qlt's offer to rettlrn to the Uuited Slutes on a ltritish warship ltl~ bodies of all Aliieri(,alt dead r~-co~-l'ed l'roixt lhe wreck of ihe airshiI) ZR-2 Cut in Stock Rates Promised. Olnaiia.---\Vesterll raih'oads will re- dllee frei~ziii rates on ']]restock, ex- cepl horses and mules, 20 per cent and will oIldeavor to make the re- "]llcli()it effeotiw, Sepiember 20 to December :;1, ]92], it was announced by the Union Pacific Railroad coin. DE,E ,.TES aE;!.EOTEII Harding t~ames Htwhes. t7,ool. Lodge and Underwood to Re~resent U. $ BEARSKIN A MARK OF HONOR Five British Regiments Won Right to Wear Headdress, at the Battle of Waterloo. Itv('(mti) plll)lish('d l)t)rtraIts (Jr the l{in-" of l.;n~'hllill al lh( bisl()rle ltrilIs!i ctweill(llly, "tl'O()l)il;~ i)f file P()lor~." lit ~l.l~. Horse l~tlal'di parade ii] l.ondori shoG< lihu wea.riclg Lhe high. shagay bearskin hL41ticIre>~.~ whh;'h aI_,pears re rl~e unitdtiated to he a heavy, uncnrt;- fortable artl'.!e nf apparel. As a mat- ter of fact It ls not as uncomfortable as It looks The benrskin, as it l~ called to di~- tlngulsii It fI'Oill the ~,hakl and bllgby, Is made (-)f the Skill of the Rtl~siafl I')ear llil(t, stretehed over a hasketllke fraliiew(~rk, fn reality It Is nol ally heliVler thaii the ohithlie hehiiel. The (HiP the h'lng wi)rP eli this ot'('asloli hll# 11 ~\lilte l)hliiiP oil tile si(le, tile hisiglihl Countess Recovere Property, ! New York. -- Countess yon Bern- storff, wife of the German ex-ambas- ~ador to the United States. again has t Possesslon of the $I,100,000 in money and securities seized in 1917 by tlw alien property custodian. Return of the property was nlade under an order of the, District of ('olumbia suprenie court. The eonntess e~tablished lhe fact that she was an American citizen prior to her marriage, having been Johanna Luckemeyer, daughter of a ploneer New York silk merchant IViluable Timber In Washintton Grant. Olympia, ~Wasti.---State Land {'onl !missioner Savldge lias just received ft'om the department of the interior ap- i proved selection list No. 40. which Italian Government Intervenes. ~V~lshiiigtol). 17. ('.--'the halhln gov- erlllnelll has ilitOl'vel}ed tO stop the in','~sioll of parts of Austria by ftnn- garians, a(:eording to reports received here from Rome. lltite of Ohio, CRy of Toledo, Lucas County, ss. Frink J. Cheney mikes oath that hi II senior partner of the firm of F, J, Cheney & Co., doing buslnese In the City of Toledo, County and State atoreea|d. lind that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and everp caee of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the u~e of HALL'S CATARRH Hood River School Burns. MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY.' Sworn to before me a~d subscribed In ll(,od I~i\er. Ole.- 'l'lit' Junior high Iny presence, this 6th d&y of December, sc]tooi litre was (it'stro3 t!d by fire ~-~iul- A.D. 1886, A, W. OLEASON, (Seal) Notaxy Public, day lii~lii. t'ho loss was :ll)oul $!5 0{ii, Hall's Catarrh Medicine iS t'lkell lll- \\ith $ '),ii )1) iliSliltlHt'('. In addi'ion tarnally and aCtS through the Blood oP - the Mueous Surfaces of the System. Se~ rh,~ t;0 pll[J}ls \\lie atl.i(l.:d [Ji~: se:':,ol fOr testimonials, free. _ F. J. CHENE.Y & CO., Tohide ik {;J,l lh,']r b, Ol~S altd ctle.iplllelit, vltltlg~d I=lold by all druggistli, 71fC. ~t al)~;t.ll ",,4uu. Hill's Family PIlll for conitlplltlon. ~t I~road Street Once a Canal. Broad atreet was once a canal. New Tork city was taken by the English In 11~(')4, an(] their first map, called "The Duke's Plan." after James, (luke of York. (he bro)her of King Charles II, to whom hh* royal brother most kindly prP~entcd the city, and who changed H.. nan,e from New Amsterdam tO New York In his honor, shows little ."hange from that of 1642, according to the Merehaats' a.~soclatton. In the year 1672 the English flll~ In the old canal and made the present Broad atreet by dragglng down the red .sand from the higher ground along Broadway lUld Wall strevt Japan to Attend Arms Di=uee|on. Washington. 1). ('.--Japan's definite acceptance of a l)]aoe hi the disarma- nlotlt conference gives eonsent to a gives the state title to nearly 17,000 Idis(,ussion O[ far t eastern problema In acres of valuable timber lands, locat. ("ollnectton with the conference, but ed in Jefferson county. The lands . carry some of the most va]tlablP tiin- ] suggests that llrohh, ms whleh concern only llarticlflar powers or which can ber in the state, and undoubtedly are he regarded as closed incidents be worth more than $1.000.000. I ornitled. Prices Below 1914! Sensational Reductions on Popular Sizes of pHILADELPHIA ny Ihree Nine out of ten cars use one of these sizes--so everybody can savel Comstock Battery Station Palou~e, Washington PUBLIC SALE ..... , . . Jl _. I will offer at Public Sale, one mile east of Potlatch, Bud Adair Ranch, on II II I _ J .I on the Friday, October 7 BEGINNING AT lO O'CLOCK I ..... ,,L ............. !,,. LIVE STOCIt 1 JERSEY COW 2 ~ARS OLD, FRESH NOVEMBER 1. 1 GUERNSEY COW 6 YEARS 0LD, FRESH. 1 CALF, FOUR MONTHS OLD. 1 BAY GELDING 7 YEARS OLD. WEIGHT 1500. 1 BAY MARE 8 YEARS OLD. WEIGHT 1500. FARM MACHINERY, ETC. 1 3 1-4 STUDEBAKER WAGON. 2 WALKING PLOWS: 18 IN. AND 16 IN. 1 SET BUTT CHAIN HARNESS. 1 TW0 SECTION HARROW. 1 GAS ENGINE, TWO HORSE POWER. 1 POWER WASHER. 1 VAN BRffBT DRILL. , I EMIatY STONE AND ;FRAME. ABOUT 1G TONS TIMOTHY HAY. 1 130 EGO INCUBATOR, GOOD RUNNING ORDER, AND OTH- ER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. AT NOON FREE LUNCH # .......... ,llIInll Ill IIIII .... -- I J I .... II ,!~ III II IIIIIIIIIII IIIII Terms of Sale All sums bankable note Three per cent discount for cash on sums over $20. i i IllllII I II II I I . II J I ................. of $20 or under, cash. On sums over $20, will aecept bearing 8 per cent interest and due October l, 1922. C. W. MOON, Owner J0[ LYNCH, Auctioneer J. H. BOTTJ[R, Clerk