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THE OREGON BTATESJIAXl TUESDAY. JAM: Alt V 22. I VIM
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The Want 3 and Needs of the CaDital Citv Are Noted
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der Proper Headings So You Can Readily Find Them
Bur. Sell and Exchange' all Kinds
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SbCUnll tlATiU CiUUU2
MEV8 CLOTHING, SHOES, BICY
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T. lirifi w w..f ; .
Phone 493 837 Court
Nomvicn uxios "
- FIRE IX8URAXCB SOCIETY
Vf. II. Burghardt. Jr.,
Resident Agent 883 State
Money to Loan
on IM PROVED FARM AKD C1TT
PROPERTY AT LOWEST RATES
THOS. K. FORDiV-k?ii""or.
MONEY TO LOAN I HAVB MADE
arrangements for loaning eastern
money: will mske ry low rate of
Interest on highly Improved farina.
HomeT H. Smith. Room 6. McCormack
Bldg- Salem. Or. Phono .
Bt Pf Wrl.
First Insertion lei
Subsequent Insertions ....... H
Om weak (six Inaertlona) ... e
On month c
Six months' contract per mo, 3c
11 msnths' contract, par mo... 7c
Ko account opened for less than 26c
x seat card given free with' an r
advertisement to the extent of KOc
announcing- -For Bale" -For
Kant." "Boomi" or -Board." . )
;:";) 3TKW TOP AT
Each new classified adTertlae
ment will be run under "New;
Today- for first Insertion, unless
otherwise ordered by the adver-;
. user. 5 - ;
. Subsequent Insertion of the ad
i u. nivAr under its Draper class-.
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No adverttsmeat will be run
under -New Today" for more than
I no Issue under any circumetancee
FOR KENT A FURNISHED HOUSK-
keeping suite or two or tnree rooms
, 292 North Summer street.
i, OH tT UIVP.CII MRU'lVIS IA
chine, fine condition, 315 If sold to
day, party going away. Klectrie
. Hotel. 476 State street. Room 3. t
WANTED POSITION AS
driver. Phone 1806-W.
WANTED A GIRL. TO DO LIGHT
house wor it I or ooaro. rnone is-i
TURKEYS WILL SELL MY I5KKED
Ing stock of C white Holland hens;
1 Bronze hen: 1 Bronze Tom. Hens
$1.50. Tom 16.00. Phone 80-W. j
NICE ROOM AND HOARD IN SALEM
home; all modern conveniences; price
very reasonable. . Fnone Ha w.
FOR SALE I McCLAKjWUN IN
- eubators.229 eggs sise, stmoat new
I want larger size incubator. K. J
Miller, Turner. Oregon, Route 2.
DON'T KEEP VACANT PROPERTY.
Rent it. I have the renters. N'ie-
meyer, (44 State street, phone 1000
ACREAGE WANTED TO TRADE FOR
fine Alberta quarter section. Nie-
meyer. S44 State street, phone 1000.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM PROP-
per ties. Nlemeyer, 644 State street.
f WANTED A HOUSEMAID. STATE
V Kcnoot for Dear. 1'hone 646. t
WANTED HOU8EK EE PER BY
batchelor no objection to small child.
Aadres H 27" care statesman.
GIRL WANTS POSITION AS DRIVER
for auto delivery. Addreaa 11 26
care Statesman office.
WANTED POSITION AS HOUSEKEEP
er by woman with two children. Ad
dress H 24" Statesman.
WOOD CHOPPERS WANTED. 404
Hubbard building. Phone 2S4 or 622.
WOOD CUTTERS WANTED TO CUT
from 600 to 1000 cords good timber.
House-to live In. Call 920 or 1898
Mrmer Transfer. i
WANTED 20 "LOGANBERRY TRAIN
ars Monday morning. Briny leather
gloves. Don't phone. B. Cunning-
WANTED BRIGHT YOUNO MAN
from 17 to 18 years old to learn
.' printing trade, day work. Apply
St..ww jon Trt., upstairs.
' ;-' MVKSTOCK
; FOR SALE 1 POLANfiTCHlNA BOAR.
registered. Ruttrson mile North
County Farm. Phone 4F4- .
FOR 8 ALE FOUR COWS FRESH AND
V. JTTI " fph Durham and Jerseys.
1 S Ferry street or phone 482.
A?TED TO BUY OR FXCHANGE
rabbits. Phnn. mnrnlnri.
FRESW GOAT MEAT EVERY DAY.
rt ALE OR TRADE FOR COW.
fJS2..'a P'cu motorcycle. Phone
' Fil- ' '; - . - ' ' " ' : ' '
FOR.SALE $475. A B. HASE UP
right piano, mahogany case, like new
for 8225. Phone 979:
2 CASH WILL BUY GOOD KOAD
fi'' 1" good 'running order, worth
&M-M. oing to en,l"t- Phone
T?AiiL "HARNESS AND WAON FOR
orin exchange for cattle or
hogs. Phone 2a4 or 622.
8l5iif.roTATOES SUITABLE FOR
IZOr Iltty eent per sack at wire-
B?ot' n 717 or S52'
t-19t2P WANT TO GET THE BEST
ft If' nd 10c to the Pacific
SSESSSJE -:lm. -oretron. for a trial
. subaription.; Mention this ad. ; t
ClHSyiTJLOF THE OATMAN GIRLS
" -rlri tr,' tory of weetern Irnml
ErJi h bn carefully revised.
Sul . ndsome little book. It
alif. '"graphic terms of the maa
.ZTfT of.t.he Oatman family, of the
rlS-.f u,rMl- J the captivity
lV ""r,y 4 Olhtft- Mary died of
r! iln .n1 onT w purchaaed
Th mi.h .lBdln five years later.
ireLfwSJ" l2. cent- PP1 Ad
,2Ztn Thera Monthly. fU-
Vca Should WoiTy--Lt the'
-iniflsd Adl Wfirlr Inr Ynn
xified Adl Work for Yoo
YOIT W n -. . -.
pouiiry paper published, aend 10
cents tn . i vt . . . . w
, :., nwiuww jrouitry
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sm u is vri VXl Isl MI
A X?01. BUV 26x80 FEE-TON "EAST
v J. aireet. one door
n-"h..Sf 8t-t treet. Salem, togeth-
iVVrtlr?erai T,at ' way over
th?-,t5l,.".t tr-ct extending from
V"", Property to State street Terms
DRY FIR WOOD FOlTSALEr
or ezz after
run KENT 70 ACRES LOCATED V
mile west of Wmmn tiimi v.vin
county. 12 acres hops. 700 bearing
acres farm land, bal
ance pasture. Address W. H, Egan.
'"n. rovte z, pnone SF1L ,
"tw RENT SIX HOOM FURNISHED
nouae cneapto party with no small
inuaren. I'lano. 1'hone 7I2-W.
FOR RENT MODERN SEVEN ROOM
nouae with rire place and garage
1237 Chemeketa street or phone 1166
UH KENT MODERN FIVE ROOM
bungalow, with sleeping porch and
re lifwa state atreeC
FOR RENT 16; PARTLY MODERN
five-room cottage. 1052 Sarinaw.
-au at iuz tsaginaw. or . statesman
ousineas office.. Phone 28.
FOR RENT MODERN BUNGALOW
one DiocK rrom paved street. In
South Salem. $10 per month. E. A.
- Rhoten 849 Rural Avenue. Phone
1141-J. . ,
FOR RENT ONE SEVEN ROOM
house, paved street new garage
$15. One six room house no ga
rage 7. CaU 11V0 South Liberty
FOR RENT THE FOLIOWINO
$10 Five-room modern cottage at
too iwuin tnurcn street.
$12.50 Six-room modern house on
paved street at 1920 South High 8
.aii at Piateaman Duainess office
or pnone 63. ;
FOR RENT 3 ROOM SUITE. NICELY
furnished for housekeeping. 633
FOR RENT -COMFORTABLE ROOM
with use of bath. In modern borne.
'Addreaa A. B. care Statesman.
FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSE
keeping rooms, light and airy, good
location. Phone 782-W. 1695 corner
Saginaw and Washington.
JOOD QUT8IDE ROOM HOT WATER
heat, modern conveniences, also in
side rooms. Close to State House.
1030 Chemeketa. Phone 1280.
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED
- housekeeping rooms,, reaeonable, 866
' North Commercial. - .
LOST and FOUND
MST EYE GLASSES. PHONE 100F21.
TO EXCHANGE NEW SEWING MA
chine and delivery wagon for farm
- machinery. Address "li 22" care
Sttman office. -
WANTED HORSES, HARNESS, WAO
ons. . Will buy all grades, young, old.
thin or fat ones. S. Olson. Club
Stables. Phone 7.
WANTED 4 OF 5 GOOD CHEAP MILK
cows cAmlns; fresh. Phone 73F14.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
good clean rags, pressroom, states
man. HORSES WANTED WE BUY AND
sell, all kinds or worg norsas. u
you have any for sale call on us.
Clearwater Bros, Salmn Horse Ex-chane-e.
654 Ferry SC Phones 1081
TI RES BEPAI REP V UjCABM XO
BRACK E'TT & GRAY TUBES VUL-
n JI1 aa Ait as sasa1 a la.
canizea, c neuum
ty. Free service car. Phone 1400.
279 North Commercial.
WATT SHIPP CO. RETREADS AND
sections tubes ztrc; up. , ceni --
Phone 363. 126 South Commercial
SHIPP-S AUTO SERVICE CITY . AND
country trips. pnone vy.
nleht. 25f. ' '
BELMONT SERVICE STATION STOR-
age battery repairing, menw
and auto electric acceasorles. Cor
ner State and Fronts St. Phone 70?.
DR. F. L, UTTER, DENTIST. ROOMS
418-414 Bank or commerce diuc
It- HARK, TH ACrl KK
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA-
Oregon Cedar tramp, rxo.
every Thursday evening at 8 oclock
In Derby building, corner Court anC
High atreets. R. F. -Day, V. C; J. A
Wright, clrek. '
BROTHERHOOD Of TOKMAY,
MEETS EVERY WEDNESDAY EVEN
lng in Iaonlc Temple, fifth floor, at
8 o'clock. All visiting members wel
come. Horace fc- aes, r orema.
H. Prunk. Correspondent.
RAGOAOE AND PARCELS DELTVER-
ed any place, ctty or country, raw-
4 r 1-R W XV PI st er ;
EVEN "THE CHILDREN HAVE
learned to point out our shop for
hair cutting, hair bobbing, etc In-e-e.
BrH-r Hhop. 3t I State street.
CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS RE
atore normal function. If you want
results consult Dr. Msy, 805-6-7
Hubbard Bidg, phone 527.
DR. O. I SCOTT. D. C. GRADUATE OP"
P. S. C. Chiropractics fountain head.
Davnnport. Iowa. Chiropractic cor
rects the -cause of disease. Office
406-7-8, U. H. N. Bank BulldlnB.
Phnn. 1. Residence) R28-R
ThI S eSeHph V I CI ax.
DR. U M. HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
disease. 153 S. High St. Phone 288.
D RES! MAKERS"
DRESSMAKING GOWNS REMODEL
ed. 626 North Capitol street. Phone
F.LECTR1C FIXTURES AND SUPPLY
Co. House wiring and motor repair
work, electrict fixtures and supplies.
Prompt service. 220 North Liberty
street. Phone; 2fi3. E. K. Denlaon.
DRAYS AND EXPRESS
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER COMPANY
Phone 933. Salem's largest and beat
equipped transfer company. Get our
reduced freight ratea on eaatern
. shipments. Also for storage aa we
nave tnree warenouses in connection
' with business. Furniture moving.
packing, shipping and storing our
specially, uiitce 161 Boutn commer
DRY CLEAJUJfG .AND PRESS IX G
JAPANESE PRESSING PARLORS F,
S. Watanabe. Prop, 484 N. Commer
cial St. Ladles and gentlemen's
suits cieanea ana pressed, li ana
60. Work called for and delivered
Tel Main 68
JUNK WANTED WE PAY HIGHEST
price for junk of every kind. Let us
make you a price on your household
goods. The "Square Deal" House
Capital Junk Co., 871 Chemeketa
street. Phone 898.
FULL VALUE PAID FOR SECOND
hand good a. Highest market prices
for Junk and aides. The People's
Junk and Secondhand Store. 871 No.
mmmweiu Phone 714
"CLEAN WHITE HAS PROVEN Suc
cessful. Applied here or sold for
home use. Sanitary Beauty Parlors.
zzs hu ooaro mag.
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY QUICK
unlivery ana cererui wora ury
wash 5c per pound. 186 South Lib
erty St. Phone 86.
HOME WET WASH LAUNDRY REO
ular washing dene at a rate every
body can afford. For only sixty-five
cents we will collect, wasb and de
liver your washing within twenty
four hours. Phone 2471.
DR. W. L. MERCER. GRADUATE
American School Osteopathy, Klrka
ville. Mo.; treats acute and chronic
disease. Office 404-105 U. S. Na
tional Bank Bldg. Phone ?I9. Rest-
. dence 419 North Summer. Phone 614.
DRS. WHITE V WALTON. OSTEO
pathle physicians and surgeons.
Graduates of the American School of
Osteopathy, Kirksvllle. Mo. Post
graduate and specialized In nervous
diseases at Los Angeles College.
Treat acue and chrenic diseases.
Offices 605-6-7-8. U. a Nat'l Bank
Bldr. Phone 859. Residence, 1420
fwirt St Phone 2215 c
FRUITLAND NURSERY SALES YARD
at High and Ferry. Call and see
stock and get prices before purchas
ing elswhere. Everbearing straw
O. E. MAST, EXPERT TUNING.
cleaning, repairing and regulating.
All work guaranteed. 1646 Hail
street or care of Sherman Clay t
c;o, court street, pnone 31&3-J.
SECOND HAND GOODS
WE BUT AND SELL SECOND HAND
goods of all kinds, pipe fittings, bar.
ness. collars, collar pads, tools.
chains. Fred Bchindler. 366 Center
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE. ANT KIND
t of hauling. Household
mi moving lobs done oromot-
' ly. Try me once. Tim me.
476 State St. Phone tea. Residence
WEBB A CLOUGH C. B. WEBB. A. M.
Clough. funeral directors. Latest
modern methods known to the pro
fession. 497 Court street.
SALEM WATER CO. OFFICE. 801 8.
Commercial strett. For water service
apply at office. Make all complaints
at- the office. No deductiona in bills
will be allowed for abaence or for
any causes whatever unless water is
cut off from premises. Hereafter
water for irrigation will only be
furnished to regular customers using
water for domestic purposes. Con
tractors for sidewalks, brick work,
or plastering, will pleaae read "for
building purpose" under schedule of
mm Anpiv at office foe copy
WALL PAPER, PAINT
i?i - 1 -
i'v fpvrn a rjotrRT .v. t?di.t. and
unward for choice wiu paper ai
Buren's Furniture - Store,
il.ENN L ADAMS FOR HOUSE DEC
coratlng. painting, tinting, paper,
hanging, etc Work done by contract
or day; good workman. Location
1020 Center St. Phone 686-W.
!KE PORTER FOR
Paper and Picture
WOVEN" WIRE FENCING
Dsst iatleMs! Jt AsBerfeaisi Free,
11 M la. la W la. klgh.
Paints. Oils end Vsnlik
Steves Rebellt and Repaired
Leganberry and Hep lleeks,
Salesa Fence Jk Steve Works.
ZSO Ctarl St. Ptseae 1S-4
h. n. nmisn.
CASH PAID FOR BEANS. ANT QUAX
Ity. Phone 913. Across track from
Southern Pacific passenger depot.
Orea-on Fruit company
Eez and Poultry.
Esrga. 4 2 to 4 4c.
'Hen.s live. 20 to 21 e.
Springs, 19c v
Turkeys, live, 19 to 21 e.
Turkeys, dressed. 25 26c.
Pork? Mutton and Ilex.
Pork on foot 14,4c
Veal, dressed, 12 to 16c.
Spring lambs, 12 He
Betf steers, 6 to 7V4c; cows,
Bulls, 314 to Sc.
Cheat, per ton. $22.
Clover, per ton, $21.
Vetch, per ton, $23.
Wheat, $1.85 to 1.87.
Oats, 80c to 8fc
Beans. 8 to 9c.
Mill Feeds. Re-UtU.
Bran, per ton. $35.50.
Shorts, per ton, $38.
WHOLESALE TO DEALERS.
Country bvtter, 4 5c.
Creamery prints, 63 to 64c.
Dutterfat, f.o.b. Salem, 6c.
Lettuce, crate. $2 to $2.25.
Celery, 75e to 90c.
Nebr. rice corn, 10c.
Tomatoes. California, $2.S5.
Onions. $2 to $2.50.
String garlic, 8c.
Turnips, sack, $1.00.
Sweet potatoes, 5c.
Walnuts (N'o. 1) 24 l-2c.
Walnuts (No. 21 20c
Peanuts, raw. 16c.
Cocoanuts, dozen. $1.40.
Grapefruit. $4 to $5.
Oranges, $2.50 to $4.50.
Fard dates. $2.50.
Dromedary dates, $4.65.
Honey (Idaho) $4 to $4.50.
Lemons, $6.50 to $7.50.
Creamery batter, 60c.
Floor, hard wheat. $2.80 to $3.
Flour, valley, $2.50 to $2.60.
Sugar, can and beet, 11 lb, $1.
Potatoes, sack lots. 81.50.
I PORTLAND MARKETS I
PORTLAND, Jan. 21. Butter:
Prints, extras. 52 to 54c; cubes, ex
tras. 50c; prime firsts, 49 c; dairy,
liutterfat: Portland delivery No.
1 sour cream, 56 to 57c.
Buying price. $1,15; selling price.
$1.10 to $1.25.
Todaya's car receipts: Flour, 15;
oats, 16; N'Y. 4.
Cattle. 25 to 50c higher; receipts.
1059. Medium to xholce steers.
$10.35 to $11; rood to medium
tvr. $9 35 to $10.35: common to
Rood steers, $7.75 to $8.25; choice
cows and heifers. $7.75 to $8.50;
common to mod cows and ' heifers.
$6.50 to $7.75; canners. $3 to $6:
bulls, $5 to $7.50; calves. $7.50
$11; stocker and feeder steers, $G
Hogs. 25 to 35c hi f her: receipts.
447. Prime light. $15.75 to $16;
nrlme heavy. $15.75 to $16.10; pigs.
$13.75 to $14.50; bulk, $15.75 to
Sheep, steady; receipts, 75; west
ern lambs, $14.50 to $15; Tiller
lambs. $14 to $14.50; yearlings.
312.5ft to $13; wethers. $12 to
812. 5X ewes. $9.59 to $10.50;
Fhorn sheep. 24 to 3c under quota
tions. Corn Receipts Swelled;
Price Moves Downward
CHICAGO. Jan. 21. With pri
mary receipts the largest yet thi ;
season, the corn market today show
ed a notlcable downward slant.
Prices closed steady, at the same as
Saturday's finish to cent lower,
with January $1.27 The out
come for oats ranged from cent
decline to a like advance, and for
provisions from seven cents down to
a rise of ten cents.
Although the increase fn the arri
vals of corn was principally at other
centers than Chicago, the progress
implied in diminishing traffic con
gestion gave an immediate advanf
age to the bears. Peace develop
bents also counted Is Wtor of lower
prices, but selling was not at anv
time an aggressive character, bein;
,checked by prospects of a renewal
of yower temperature.
Oats sagged with corn, but reacte'
on account of assertions that sea
board exporters were in the market
" More plentiful receipts of hog
than were expected made provision -average
lower. Cash demand was
slow and exports much reduced.
First Heatless Day Sees Mark
ed Reduction in Wall
NEW YORK. Jan. 21. The moJt
obvious effect of the first heatlej
day in Wall street was a marked
reduction of business on the stoc!r
exchange, operations being conduct
ed In a frigid temperature. Contrac
tion was progressive, trading becom
ing almost motionless in the later
hours of the session.
This apathetic condition was counter-balanced,
by the market's firm to
strong undertone. Traders were at
first disDosed to extend short com-
jmitments but reversed their position
GOOD FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED
immediately. XL-meyer, 644 Mate
street. hne 10M.
M ON K Y TO LOAN FOR CLIENTS OX
any good rrat or c-liattle security.
404 Hubbard building.
. ',0.000 TO LOAN ON GOOD FARM
property. Niemeyer, 641 State street.
FOR SALE CHEAP IMPROVED
acreage on car line. Phcal. route 4,
FINE 6 ACRE TRACT IN HAYES
vllle district, rood house and fruit,
must KO.S32SO. Hocolofsky. ,
FOR HALE ONE HOUSE AND LOT.
price $1000. pay same aa rent. Ap
ply to A. E- Day. 2403 Center street.
FINE 30 ACHES. A LI, CULTIVATED.
1 mile from station, price 84000 mort
gage $750, will 'exchange equity for
clear Salem residence. Socolofsky.
DON'T KEEP VACANT PROPERTT.
Rent it. I have the rentera. Nie
meyer. State street. Phone 1000.
FINE 10 ACRE HOME IN SUBBURBS
of Salem to apply on grain or fruit
THE EQUITY IN 298 ACRE IMPROV
ed stocfc and grain ranch to exchange
for smaller ranch not over $12,600.
TRADE YOUR ACREAGE FOR AL
berta farms. I have some fine em
changes. Nlemeyer. 644 State street.
IMPROVED AN UNIMPROVED COUN
try property for sale for reasonable
price or will take city property for
first payment and give long time on
remainder. 401 Hubbard building.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE MODERN
$1000 home in Salem; will take house
and acre or more good land In
suburbs up to $2500 and give almost
any terms on balance. Address
"Home Owner," care Statesman,
CALL AT 401 HUBBARD BUILDING
if you have property for sale or
trade. 1 have several people who
want to purchase farms If the price
is reasonable. 1 have a farm of 80
acres for sale. Will take Salem or
Portland property for first payment.
No money required. 404 Hubbard
WE HAVE A CLIENT WHO. WANTS
about 100 acres of land with first
class improvements near Salem and
must be on good rock road, has the
cash to buy with. If you have any
thing that answers this description
call Perrlne tc Marsters, 402 Hub
FOR SALE CHOICE 2 ACRE TRACT
on car line,' 6 room plastered house
$2100. 32 acres Howell prairie good
buildings $4500: S acres on car line
a snap at $1200. 7 roora house mod
ern good location $800. Ranch -for
rent. Stock ranch to trade for acre
age. F. L, Wood, Bayne building.
WANTED ABOUT 10 ACRES WITHIN
2 miles, on a main good road. Soil
must be A No. l and an abundant
supply of good well water and a
plant. Want a good one story mod
ern house, a family orchard (don't
care for more) will pay all cash, and
all It Is worth, if suited. If you have
the above, approximately near, see
at once or write or phone The Flem
ing Realty Co., 341 State street. The
customer is waiting and ready. .
FOR SA LE I M PROVED 95 ACRE
i arm. sv acres under cultivation, bal
ance timtwr and pasture, fine spring,
good buildings, arllstock and eouin-
ment goes, good road, price $150 per
acre, ao acre rarm all under culti
vation, house and barn 7 miles .'rom
Salem, price S40C Good 7 m
house, bath, toilet, electrict lights.
chard. 4 miles out. price $800. Good
5 room modern cottage In South Sa
lem, good location, price $1160. 6
acres all cultivated, S room plastered
house, barn. well, macadam road.
84 miles out, price 81000. W. H.
uraoennorst c to, Z7 State street
LOOK AT THIS A REAL
About 409 acres of choice Polk coua
ty land; about SO acres clear; about 68
acres la stump pasture: balance la
choice piling timber and oak grubs.
Timber alone worth $7600. New four
room house, new dairy barn, providing
for 20 cows and four horses; new pig
pen and new milk house. Water piped
from fine spring to all buildings. Will
sell the whole at a great barrain.
Very easy terms. S per cent Interest.
4ddress L, owner, eare Tb Statesman.
when selling pressure proved inef
fectual. Ranking interests adopted a more
hopeful view or the Washington sltl
ation and Secretary McAdoo's state
ment that he did not beliete in gov
ernment ownership of railroad
evoked considerable comment, al
altbough rails were especially ncth,
argic with few evceptions.
Specialties of the war and semi
war groups notably coppers, oil,
leathers, sugar, tobaccos and fertil
izers at gross gains of one to five
points, contributed largely to the
light turn over. Sales. 290.000
Rails and IndsntrLala evinrd n
better tone in the narrow bond mar
ket. Liberty 3H's quoted at 94.48
to 98.40. first 4 's a 96. SO i.. tha
new minimum of 96.64 and the sec
ond 4's at 96.24 to 96.1 2. Sales, par
value, aggregated $3,350,000.
United States bonds! old issues,
were unchanged on call. l
RICKEY. Ore.. Jan. 20 (Special
to the Statesman) The Rickkey
Literary society met Friday evening
at the school house and rendered a
well prepared program. Those tak
ing part were the Misses Eulena Au
franc and Eva Carey In a duet, read
ings by Hazel Harris and Claude
Guinn, song by the Rickey Quin
tette, composed of Mrs. W. D. Hor
ner, Helen Haines, Orven Fryslie,
Fred Dickman and Irving Caplinger,
accompanied on the piano by Miss
Clarice Haines. Two short plays were
alo put on, one by Mrs. Homer acd
Howard Guinn, entitled, "Taking the
Census;"another by Miss Sch alter
and Miss Wheeler. There will be
-no meeting again until February 9.
when there will be a basket social
and program. The proceeds will go
to finish paying for the piano.
The utork was a recent visitor at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Parsons and left them a ;baby boy.
MIks Oolda Wheeler f'pnt . a - few
days lat-t H-k in . Salem ' wiili
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Schrunk and
sou Robert and Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Johnson, of Macleay,. were Sun
day visitors at the home of IhHr
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. ll. Whit.
Virgil Getner. who baa been work
ing in the paper mills at Oregon
City has returned home.- :
Arthur aurltson, who has hem
quite HI with pneumonia, is Improv
ing and will soon be out again:
(Continued from page 1)
ing to seaboard in sufficient volume
to supply transatlantic shipping.
A third aim the clearing of the
railroad .congestion has not been
attained as yet. largely. Or. Garfield
declared, because of unusual weather
"The first or the ten "Monday holi
days was observed generally and
business everywhere in the east was
at a standstill. . Few violations of
the order were "reported. .
Tomorrow will be the last of the
five days' shutdown of manufactur
Reports tonight 1 said New York
had on hand enough coal to fill the
bunkers of fifty vessels, and Hamp
ton Roads had received supplies suf
ficient for more than .100 ships held
"We are supplying coal to the
piers." said Dr. Garfield. "It now is
a question of putting it aboard ship."
The heavy movement of coal to
ports has taxed tug and barge facili
ties heavily. Despite pooling at New
York. It was round difficult to han
dle receipts. At the shipping boad
it was said that both tugs and barges
therewould be commandeered if nee.
essary to make the work more effi
cient." At Hampton Roads heavy ice was
interfering to some extent with
Embargo Is Declined.
In declining to put an embargo on
the receipt by railroads of general
freight. Director General McAdoo, It
was learned, acted against the ad
vice of the war conference board,
which adopted a resolution approv
ing the suggestion. . Officials, who
sought the embargo as a means of
relief for congestion, declared this
measure still would have to be taken
or else- non-essentials would have to
be denied transportation before the
railroad situation is improved appre
ciably. The Pennsylvania railroad, with
the approval of the direction of east
ern roads, today declined to accept
at Its stations any general freight
for shipment. It took only food and
coal and made an effort to. move
freight already on'its lines. J
Some other lines accepted new
freight but made no attempt j to
Reports received during the day
indicated that business generally ob
served the spirit as w !1 as the letter
of the closing order. .
"The results." said Dr. Garfield
tonight, "of the operation of the or
der both as regards the industrial
closing and today's general h shut
down are fully up to our expectations
Insofar as he weather permitted.
Coal Is going to homes and ships are j
being bunkered. It was unfortunate
that the severe weather interfered
somewhat with clearing railroad con
Asked tonight it he would extend
the five days' industrial closing If It
appeared that the accomplishments
sought had not been fully obtai
Or. Garfield said be did tfbrwUfrYo
cross tbat bridge until he came to it.
There will be ten heatless Mondays,
he said tonight, despite pressure ti
have their nnmber reduced. In se
lecting Monday as the day for gener
al closing. Or Garfield said that the
fuel administration took Into con
sideration Washington's birthday.
February 22.1 which falls on Friday.
Since most plants give a Saturdif'
half holiday, orririals expect a four
day Industrial shutdown' in Feb
ruary. Orei-tlme. Work Isesvtanced.
i' Dr. Garfield took occasion to de
unce proprietors or manufacturing
mts who have announced that they
II work overtime rive days a week
ti make up the time lost Mondays.
Tpat, he said, would be a plain ev
dion c? the order.
A new ruling regarding the sale of
rood on Mondays was made tonight
when the following telegram was
sent to Mate fuel administrators in
resneet to these stores: -
"All wholesale and retail stores
aelling food are urged both by the
food and fuel administrations, on
natriotic grounds, to close at noon
Mondays: except that wherever nec
essary distribution of food to the
people is endangered ty closing, food
stores are at liberty to remain open
11 day. The necessity for remain
ing open to be determined by the lo
ejl food administrator, who Is t
rotlfv the local fuel administrator."
CrUiclftu o' the closing order was
heard again todav. in the senate but
t was" much milder in tone than on
previous days. A few words of com
mendation were offered.
s4nnar Jones Accepts
j PflC4 With Oregonian
Arthur N. Jones, who has been
night editor of the; Medford Sun for
several months, has accepted a nat
tering offer from the Portland Ore
gonian and will leave the latter part
f the month to take his position on
The Oregonian telegranh desk. Mr.
lones has. been placed In the first
c'sss under the army draft and will
robably be called to service in the
vsrv near, future. - '
Before going to Medford Mr. Jon
was connected wlh The Statesman
as telegraph editor and is well
Counsel Argues fo Dividing
Surplus Between Rail
roads and U. S.
WASHINGTON Jan. 21. The
standard return under the pending
railroad bill, to any carrier paying
dividends of 5 per cent or more
should be confined to a payment of
interest and dividend obligations in
addition to a guarantee to keep tha
properties in good condition, main
tain their credit and build necessary
improvements, : Clifford Thome,
counsel -for shippers, argued today
before the house Interstate com
- "Let the surplus above dividends
be 'divided equally between the rail
road and the government," Thome
added. "That will furnish a fund
for building or improvements onlthe
railroad property and provide a! re
serve to take rare of the, smaller
lines. The stockholder should be
content if the government gives him
a government bond for his railroad
stock while the war lasts."
GETS GOOD RESULT QUICK f.Y.
These few lines from J. E. Haynes,
McAlester, Oka., deserves careful
reading by every one who values
good health: "I find no medicino
which-acts so mildly and quickly
with good results as Foley Cathartic
Tablets. They empty the stomach
and bowels, giving all of the digest
ive, organs a healthy action. J. C.
NOTICE OF CEI1MAN ItBGISTR ATION
All German aliens sre required to
register between February 4th and
February 9th 1918.
By proclamation of the President of
the United States, all German a. lens
are hereby notified that all natives,
citizens, denizens, or subjects of the
German Empire, or Imperial German
Oovernment, being males of the ase
of fourteen years and upwards on reg
istration day who are within the Unit
ed States and not actually naturalized
as American citisens are required to
resrister as alien enemies.
The dates of registration within the
State of Oregon, have been fixed by
the Attorney General of the United
Htatfrt to commence at 4:00 a. m. on
February 4th and to continue on eacn
day successively thereafter between the
hours of 0:00 a. m. and 8:00 p. m. up
to sod Including the 9th day of Fet- '
ruary, IMS; at I: 00 p. m.
All German aliens residing In, or
beings within the city of Salem or vi
cinity are hereby required to prent
themselvca for registration at the Po
lice Station in said city to the Chief
of Police who has been-designated n' '
the Attorney Ornrral as Chief Regis
trar of said city, and to complete theit
registration on or before the 9tu day
of February, 1918. at 8:00 p. m.
Any German alien, required to reg
ister who fails to complete his registra
tion within the time fixed therefor, or
who violates, or attempts to violate, or
of whom there Is reasonable ground
to believe that he Is about to violate
any regulation duly promulgated by
the President of the United States, oe
these regulations, in adition to Ml
other penalties prescribed by law. Is
liable to restraint. Imprisonment and
detention for the duration of the war,
or to give security, or to remove and
depart from the United Statea In the
manner prescribed by law. .
1 Forms of registration affidavits, reg
istration cards, and Instructions to reg
istrants, and other necessary forms
will be furnished by the Chief of
-C,4n, F. Alexander.
l'nited Rtates Marshal.
- District of Oregon.
H. H. Loess. c
Actinr r v of Tolice
and Chic '-clstrar for
th fit v .if Hnl.m
SOIT11KRN PACIFIC CO.
Oregon Express ..... C:0Sa.tn.
Oregon Ian 5: IS a.m.
SS Willamette Limited.. 9:20a.m.
1$ Portland Passenger.. 1:11pm.
24 Coos Bay 3:44 p.m.
12 Shasta Limited 7:00 p.m.
14 Portland Express ... 8:10p.m.
Local Wsy Freight.. S:S0a.m,
Portland Fast Freight 11:35 pnw
Sects bee ad
Oregonian .......... 3:20a.m.
Coos Bay .......... .10:01 a.m.
IS California Express ..10:58 a.m.
17 Hose burg Passenger. 4:20 p.m.
II Shasta Limited ..... 5:42p.m.
27 Willamette Limited. . 4:1 p.m.
IS San Francisco Pass.. .10.87 p.m.
221 San Fran. Fast Frt,. .1 2:01 a.r .
227 Local Way Freight. .12:01 a.m.
- MLF.M-GRKR LINB
Arrive at Halem..... 9:15a.m.
Leave Salem ... 3:05 p.m.
SALEM. FALLS CITY 'a WESTERN
11 Leaves. Salem, motor .... 7:05a.m.
It3 Leavea Salem, motor.... 9:85a.m.
lr. Leaves Salem, motor....' 1:40p.m.
- Through car to Monmouth and Aril
1(7 Leaves Salem, motor .... 8:48 p.m.
169 Leave Salem, motor...... 5:57p.m.
-!3 War Freight leaves Salem 5:00 a.m.
142 Arrivea at Salem 8:20 a.m.
I tit Arrives at Salem ,11:00 a.nu
14.lt Arrives at Salem ........ 8:00 p.m.
K, Arrivea at Salem 5:35 p.m.
170 Arrives at Salem ........ 7:20p.m.
240 Way Freight Ar. Salem.. 3:30p.m.
Sesi Ma besjd
Train Leave Arrive
So. 'Portland Salem
1 ..... 8:30 am 8:35 am
5 Ltd.. .8:30am 10:11am
7 .....10:45am 12:53pm
0 ......2:05pm 4:15pm
13 Ltd. ..4:40pm (:40pm
17'. (:05pm 8:10pm
IS. .....9:20pm 11:20pm
II .....11:45pm 1:55am
North Bank Station (leave Jeffer
son Street 15 and 20 minutes later.)
. 4:50 am
"' 4:10 pm
- 5:45 pm
7 M0 pm
2 .....12:6 am
10 Ltd'... 7:4$ am
1( Ltd. . .1:55 pm
20 ...;..4:10 pm
: 9:45 am
33 ...i.. .4:25pm
xNoitth Bank Station (Arrive Jeffer
son Street 15 minutes earlier). 'Leave
12:12 pm -j
1 4:10 pm '
sea tn seen a
i 8:35 am
:-- 10:15 am