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L ' " T1IE PRECOX STATESMAN; TrKSDAY. MARCH IP, ipfrf ' . -' 7
H fl' tDs (C u" fT ft- VL The Wants and Needs of the Capital City Are Noted
11 U VQ VLp- It Op) 11 y Under Proper Headings So You Can Readily Find Them
v Sell and Exchange all Kinds
SECOND HAND GOODS
Jrs cLOTinxo. shoes, bicy.
.CLES, TOOLS. ETC.
. CAPITAL EXCHANGE
" Court gH
rmE INSUIUN t E SOCIETY
w. H- Burghardt, Jr.,
Money to Loan
firm O TED FABM A5D CITY
rtOPEBTr AT LOWEST HATES
SoTlET TO LOAN I HAVE MADE
0nMBinU for loaning eastern
will make Tery low rate of
YVL't on highly Improved farma.
a.i.m Or. Phone 93.
pirst Insertion .. lc
Subseauent insertions ....... He
SnVweek (six Insertions) ... 3c
One month J
nonths contract per mo. 8c
ti msntbs eontmct, per mo... 7c
So account opened for leaa than 2 Be
Aoeat card given free with an
advertisement to the extent of 60c
...fuscing "For Sale" "For
Basr," "Rooms" or "Board."
... !.. anrHu.
meat will be run under "New
Todays lOr Iirsi nunuon, uuiv
tbarwUe ordered by the adyer-
BuSseouent Insertion of the ad
will uppear under tta proper class
ification. No sdvertisment will be ' run
BDOer ww w.
ae issue under any circumstances
WANTED TO RENT. MODEU.l,
"- well furnished, 5 or t room house.
? pnone 579-W,
fOB RENT FIVE ROOM BUNGALOW
paved street, large lot 110. Alt.
modern house in Kingwood l'a-h
basement and furnaqe $7. F. L. Wooa,
Bayne lUdg. !
yOR SALE IX ACRES. 6 ACRES
cberriea. 2 acres prunes, 2 acre Wll
' son strawberries, best crop, tiii4
year, trees 3 to 7 years old. A bar
gain for cash. Phone 73F21.
ron SALE 8HOATS 40 TO f.0 LBS.
Skyline Orchards. Phone 36F11.
IT PARTT WHO PICKED UP PURSS
containing- Jewelry and bill in Buslck
tore 456 State street, Friday arte.
noon will return same to 1720 Che
meketa street between six and seven
p fn. evenings no quertton will le
asked as party la known. Kewaro.
WANTED PASTURE FOB 250 HEAD
of sheep. F. II. Ueeker, emvenoii
FOR SALE HOUSE AND DELIVERY
wagon also 20 foot restaurant coun
ter and revolving stools. See H.
Damon. 853 North Commercial street.
FOR RENT RIVER BOTTOM FA 1 1 :t
iiesr Haiem witn stoci.- in
man and ion to do the work. .Call at
wl Salem lian of Commerce 151d.
IOST A BAR PIN FMALL DIA
monds, set In platinum, fauitable re-
waro. Phone iwi.
"VOUNO WOMAN AVILL CARE FOR
children afternoona or frninn
wWle parents are out. Phong 1463-v.
WANTED WORK IN AFTERNOOx.
1 to 6, by younjr man. haa good ea
tteation. Address "11 42" caro 8tatc-
WASTED AT ONCE MEN BETWEEN
It and 45 years of aire to quaiiry tor
both conductors and " motormen.
-Wages: 38 cents per hour, first yeari
is ta onnrl vtr. and 45 cents
thereafter. Eight hour day, time andy
half. for all work over eigm nour
and thirty minute in any 24-hour
period. Apply Room 310 Klectiws
building. Portland. Oregon. Portland
; Railway. Light. & Power company.
FOR 8ALE OOOD DRIVING HORSE,
'heap. Also light delivery wagon.
Phone 1688-W or call 1631 Market
FOR SALE TWO A NO. ONE JERSEY
nw, havy milkers. Center Street
FOR - SALE OR TRADE KOR:WORK
.stock, pair or full blood Percheron
rnaren, blacks. well matched. At
Sklpton'a stable. 448 Ferry street.
FOR RENT $15. NINE ROOM HOl'S
at 8!ft ISroadwav. Good repair
throughout, electrict lights and bati.
Enquire 898 Broadway cr phone 112
North Commercial, phone 975.
SOME LOGANBERRY PLANTS FOR
Very reasonable. Box 6oi
-IRE INSURANCE IF YOUR ARE
i Interested in "Gilt Kdge" protection
at a reasonable cost, on your home
r other, preferred rink property. In
-yniwate th standing and record of
: Oregon Firo Relief Asu'n. of Mc
ivllle. For full particulars as to
r plan of insurance, coit, etc. Sew i?"
Phone us to iav. H. A. .Iihnoorf
Agent. Bush Bank Bldg., Salcni.
ANTED LADY TO no GENERAL
JtisewoTk. 1 hone 1227.
WASTED COM f'KTENT HOI RK
"fcper. Two irwf-imily. Good wagcx
Phone 88KU, t. ,.ulc 3. box 162.
ii?TEI)AX KXt'KUIFNOED W'O
Ki- jPook at WIhimtte Sanitarium
teay Position. Apply 751 Ferry St.
.WANTRrl -FULL TIME. SAL
Z.J'4 "filing auaranteed hosiery to
:EIr'0c ,,our Pre time. Bir
"ier businr-Kfl. 1 :x p-r lence unnec
twyp tJuaranlc'l MilJs. Norria-
TO WAIT ON
Fta tiiiimn A I L . .. .
AOlrfM lir Sl.n 1J1W lLitn
WTDK""ST " CLAKJ " M CII1N
In B-J -wrk In.- con.liti.n. Apply
WANTED AIAN TO TA KEiNTItACT
rfi2mB?TVKI?.,iT YOUNG MAN
printing trade. day wurk. Apply
Statesnuin Job Dept.. upstalra. "
"MEN! MEN! MEN!
BRING THIS AD FROM THE OREGON
STATESMAN WITH YOU AND IF
YOU WORK A WEEK IN CROWN
WILLAMETTE MILLS; is WORTH
YOUR FARE ONCE FROM SALEM
TO OREGON CITY. GET RECEIPT
FOR FARE FROM RAILROAD
AGENT. WAGES INCREASE ON
MARCH 16TH. 3c PER HOUR.
MAKING LOWEST PAID $3.36 FOR
EIGHT HOURS SHIFT WORK AND
MEN ON, PULP GRINDERS 3.t8.
FOR EIGHT HOURS. COME TOPAY.
STRIKE ON. BOARTJ AND BED
BECK'S HOTELS. 5TH AND MAIIs
AND 9TH STREETS. $7 WEEK OR
$5.25 FOR BED AND TWO MEALS
DAY. AND BUY LUNCH AT MILL."
PIGS FOR SALE A. G. DALRYMPLE.
FOR SALE THREE FRESH COWs!
645 Ferry street. Phone 1806-W.
FOR SALE JERSEY COW NOW GIV
ing over gallon to milking $55
FOR SALE 1 POLAND CHINA POA II.
registered. Ruilfson hi mile North
County Farm. Phone 4F4.
FOR SALE THJEtEE GOOD JERSEY
cows, good milkers, and one to
freshen oon,H. G. Cox, Salem,
run to 4. Hot 1 Hn. .Ifffemnn rind
M I CEL L A . KO l
WILL SELL STUM PAGE FOR 1000
cords of wood for $500. Easy to
get out. Box 333 Salem.
FOR SALE A WAGON AND GOOD
horse and harness. J. A. Swanson.
FOR KALE AUTOMATIC EXERCISER
and feoder, two brooders, one hand
cultivator. Phono 986-J.
FOR SALE SECOND HAND STONE
corn mill' and small rock crusher.
Both eqtupped for power. See J.
Baumgartner, Salem Hardware Co.
FOR SALE 7 YEAR OLD HORSE,
Studebaker wagon, fruit wagon, bug
gy. 1 set of double harness, 2 single
harness, 24 thoroughbred Playmouth
Rock chickens. Phone 11F12.
IF YOU- WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, send 10c to the Pacific
Homestead. Salem, Oregon, for a trial
suburipMon. Mention this ad
roit SALE SECOND HAND COUNT
er scales. platform -scales. Hand
trucks. 5-ln. and 6-ln. belting can
vas, rubber and leather. Salem Hard
CAPTIVITY OF THE OATMAN GIRLS
This trt e story of western Immi
gration h ts been carefully revised,
making a handsome little book. It
tells In fraphio terms of the mas
sacre of the Oatman family, f the
escape of Loremo, and the captivity
of Mary and Olive. Mary died of
starvation and Olive was purchased
from th Indiana five year later.
The prlc ia 20 cents, postpaid. Ad
dress Or-a-on Teachers Monthly, 8a-
IF YOU WANT TO GET THE hWl
poultry paper published, send 10
cents to the Northwest Poultry
Journal. Salem. Oregon, for a trial
subscription. Mention this ad.
FOR RENT 2 FURNISHED HOUSES
call at 807 Mill street.'
HOUSES FURNISHED AND UNFURN
ished. Niemeyer Realty Co., 644
- State street.
NICELY FURNISHED 5 ROOM HOUSE
for rent. 1710 Mission street. G.
W. Johnson, phone 4 or 47.
FOR RENT $12.50 SIX ROOM MOD
ern house on paved street at 1920
South High street. E. A. ithoten.
i 1141-J, any time week days.
FOR RENT THE FOLLOWING:
$6 partly modern five-roonj cot
tage 1052 Saginaw. In good order.
Foremerly rented for $10 a month.
Call at 1042 Saginaw or Statesman
business office. Phone 23. I
$13 Neat modern bungalow 6
rooms at 960 North 20th at- Call at
Statesman business office or pnone
$20 Modern 10 room house on
Cottage stret t, clone I n. Call at
Statesman business office, or phone
FOR , RENT FURNISHED HOUSE
kdeping ronms. 330 South 14th street.
FOJi RENT COMFORTABLE ROOM
with use of bath. In modern home,
padres A. B. care Statesman.
GOOD OUTSIDE ROOM HOT WATER
heat, modern con venlencea. also In
slrio rooms. . Close to State House.
1030 Chemeketa. Phone 1280.
K V I X E O P PO ItTUN I TI ES
till I PBUi LDi NOlcOM PAN Y NOW OR
gnnizing. Wwts few more parties
with money. Abundant lumber avail
able not in jconfllct with present
source of supply to yards, hence pref
erence in securing contracts. Partic
ulars. 702 SpauMing Bldg., Portland
1 1 r tiif nilitrif
MOSKt TO LOAil.
MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SECUR
iv G E. t'flrtih. phone 815.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
good clean rags. Pressroom, States-
WANTED TO RENT A FOUR OH
five room house or bungalow with
garag- by a good steady tenant. Two
in family. Phone 461-11.
WANTED WHEELED CHAIR. MUST
: b in good condition and reasonable.
! Phf.ne 1081-J, nquire 203 South
i. Winter street "
Get Wise-Try a Classified Ad
hHlPPS ALTO SERVICE CITY AND
couptry trips. Phone Day. 868;
TlltE!t ItKPAl I1KI Vt LCA.IZJX
GAT ES HALF-SO K;TTnE SERVlCll
Station 177. South Commercial St..
OUACKENBUSH AUTO BUPPLY AND
Vulcanizing. 21 North Commercial
street. Phone 66.
HILEMAN MACHINERY AND TIRE
Co. Silverton Cord and Savage Tires.
Vulcanizing and auto supplies. 291
North Commercial. Phone 787.
BRACKET! & GRAY TUBES VUL
canlzed. 25c Retreading- our special
ty. Free service car. Phone 1400.
2 29 North Commercial.
WATT SHIPP CO. RETREADS AND
sections tubes 25o up. Service car.
Phone 363. 126 South Commercial
DR. F. L. UTTER. DENTIST, ROOMS
413-414 Bank of Commerce Bldg.
R. HARR. TEACHER
OF PI NO.
Oil. L. G. ALTMAN, HOMEOPATHIC
Physician. Office- and residence 2?6
North Liberty. Salem, phone 147.
BROTHERHOOD OJ- OEM AN
MEETS EVERY WEDNESDAY EVEN
ing in Masonic Temple, fifth floor, at
8 o'clock. All visiting memberv wel
come. Horace Sykes, Fcreman, W.
1L Prunk, Correspondent.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp. No. 624 6, meets
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
In Derby building, corner Court and
High streets. R. F. Day. V. C; J. A.
BAGGAGE AND PARCELS DELIVER
ed any place, city or country. Phone
64 or 2081 -R W. W Fial er.
EVENTHE CHILDREN HAVE LEARN
ed t point out our shop for hair
cutting bair bobbing', etc. Ingrey'a
iJarbir Shop, 311 State street.
CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS RE
store normal function. If you want
results consult Dr. May, 30l-6-7
Hubbard Bldg. phone 627.
DR. O. 1 SCOTT. D. C. GRADUATE Ot
P. S. C. Cbironractics fountain bead,
Davtnport, Iowa. Chiropractic cor
rects the cause of disease. Office
406-7-8, U. 8. N. Bank Building.
Phnn 87. Ftldcnw 82S.R.
DU. L. M. HUM CURKS ANY KNOWN
dlc. 1S3 8. Ilirh St. Ihone 283
'OfiXrm AM) KAPHRSS
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER COMPANY
Pbone 933. Salem's largest and best
equipped transfer company. Get our
reduced freight rates on eastern
shipments. Also for storage aa we
have three warehouses in connection
with business. Furniture moving,
packing, shipping and storing our
specialty. Wffice 161 South Commer
glilirKAX I S AN DPn"ES 8 lST
JAPANES ETBf:sS INaHRTORSF.
S. Watanabe, Prop., 431 N. Colfiratr'
cial St. Ladles' and gentlemen's
suits cleaned and pressed, $1.25 snd
$1.75. Work called for and delivered
fre. Telephone Main 552.
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
Capitsl Junk Co., 271 Chemeketa
Street. Phone $98.
FULL VALUE PAID FOR SECOND
hand goods. Highest market prices
for Junk and hides. The People's
Junk and Secondhand Store, $71 No.
Commercial I'hone 7J4.
ELECTRIC-HYDROPATHIC I NST 1 -tute.
327-29 Pittock Mock. Portland.
Nurse attendants. Electric cabinet
and mineral baths. Scientific mas
naee Open 9 to 7, Sunday 10 to 4.
-CLEAN WHITE" HAS PROVEN Suc
cessful. Applied bere or sold for
home use. Sanitary Beauty Parlors,
? Mnbhard Rldg
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRr QUICK
delivery and careful work. Dry
wash 5c per pound. 136 South Lib
erty Be Phone 26.
HOME WET WASH LAUNDHT REO
ular washing done at a rate every
body can afford. For only sixty-five
cents wo will collect, wash and de
liver your washing within twenty-
fntir Ihiiim Phf 2471
ACUTE AND CHRONIC DISEASES.
Graduate American School Osteopa
thy. Kirksville, Mo. Sixtt-en years
experience. Residence office &.t4
South Commercial ntr-et I-ost Gaii
iuto work, Is Angeles College. Drs.
If. I. Bowers t- Alice C. Bowers.
DR. W. L. MERCER. GRADUATE
Anierican School Osteopathy, Kirks
ville, Mo.; tredts acute and chronic
dlxtase. Offt.e 401-105 U. 8. Na
tional Bank BlfJr. I'hone PI 9. Reni
dence 419 North Summer. I'hone 614.
DRS. WHITE ft WALTON, OSTEO
Pthlc pii.vfiicans ftTrtl surseons.
Graduate-of the American Schools t.(
Ostoointhy-. KirkvlIle. Mn. I'oHt
graduate and specinlized in nervous
lisea.es at I.o Angelea ullege.
Treat acute and chronic diseases.
Offices . 505 7-8. U. ' S. National
Hank Bld. I'hone R-mleiic.-.
1620 Court street. I'hone 2215. Dr.
White, re i'lenc phone 4fi.
KUITITLAND NURSERY 'SALES YARD
at High and Keiry. iCall and. see
utock and get pri'-e before purchas
ing -elsewhere. Everbearing straw-hpt-rv
plnnlt r n 1 lor-anh,rne
3T"T?f a'st""' EXPERT TtTNINO,
cleaning, repairing and regulating.
All work - guaranteed. Ifc45 Hail
street or care of Sherman Cly 4c
Co.. Court street, phono T153-J.
Classified Ada Work for You
It ETA I It ailOI'ft
THE FIXIT SHOP. 261 COURT
street. We do all kinds of light
filing, grinding and brazing. Bicycle
work a specialty. Stoves and furn
(! repaired. Phone 1022.
B ECO Sl HA JtU MOU
WE BUlf AND SELL SECOND -HAND
goods of all kinds, pipe fittings, har
ness, collars. collai pada, tools,
chains. Fred Bchladler. 266 Center
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE. ANT KIND
r-i of hauling. Household
CJMLjmi moving Jobs done prompt
Ti ly. Try me once. Tim me.
476 State St Phone 96S. Residence
WEBB & CLOUGH C. B. WEBB, aTIl
Clough. funeral directora. Latest
modern methods known to the pro
fesslon. 497 Court street.
WALL PAPER, PAIJIT
! GLEN N L. ADAMS FOR HOU8 DEC-
coratlng. painting, tinting, paper
banging, etc Work done by contract
or day; good workman. Location
1020 Center 8L Phone 681-W.
TEN CENTS A. DOUBLE ROLL AND
upward for choice Wall Paper at
Buren's Furniture Store, 179 Com
SEE PORTER FOR PAINTS WALL
Paper and Picture Framing. Good
workmen. 466 Court Bt Phone 486.
SALEM WATER CO. OFFICE. 301 8.
Commercial street. For water service
apply at office. Make all complaints
at the office. No deductions In bills
will be allowed for absence or for
any causes whatever unless water Is
cut off from premises. Hereafter
water for Irrigation will only be
furnished to regular customers unlng
water for domestic purposes. Con
tractors for sidewalks, brick work,
or plastering, will please read "for
building purposes" under schedule of
rates. Apply at office for copy.
Depot Katlenal Jt Asaerleasi Feaee,
all siaea, 28 la. tm Bt ia. alga.
Palata, oils a ad Vanish.
Stevea Heballt as4 He pal red
Lsssafcerry mmd )( Meeka.
nalaa Keaee k Steve Wrfca.
2S Cssrt St. PstM 1S4
R. . FEMINO.
FOR ZANDES3 WOOD SAW.
For Feeding Hogs
Can be had at the
Call or Telephone 2488
Eggs and Poultry.
Old roosters, 13 14c.
Stags. 16 C 18c.
Pork, Mutton and Beef.
Pork on foot, ISO 16c.
Veal, dressed, 16c to 18c
Spring lamb, 14c.
Beef steers 7 9c; cows48c.
Bulls, 4 6c.
Cheat, per ton, $20.
Clover, per ton, $18.
Vetch, per ton, $20.
Honey (Idaho) $4.50.
I U-tail Prices.
Creamery buttei, 60c.
Flour,, hard wheat $2.80 0 3.
Flour, valley,$2.50 0 2.60.
Sugar, cane and beet. 111b. $1.
Potatoes, sack lots, $1.50.
Beans, 12 l-2c.
Mill Feeds, Retail.
Bran, per ton, $36.00.
Shorts, per ton, $38.
WHOLESALE TO DEALERS.
Country butter, 45c.
Creamery prints, 53c.
Butterfat, f. o. b. Salem, 54c.
Smelt. 5c per lb.
Salmon, Chinook. 30c.
Lettuce, crate. $2.25.
Nebr. rice corn, 11c.
Tomatoes. California, $2.75.
Broccoli. $1,40 0-1.60.
String garlic, 8c.
Walnuts (No. 1) 24c.
Peanuts, raw, 17c.
Cocoanuts, dozen, $1.50.
Oranges, $4.50 0 6.
Apples. $1.25 01.75.
Lemons, $6.50 to $7.50.
Dromedary dates, $4.7 5.
PORTLAND, March 18. Butter:
Prints, extras, 52r54c; cubes, ex
tras, 4 9' c; prime firsts. 48c; dairy,
Butterfat: Portland delivery No.
1 sour cream, 55c.
Potatoes: Buying, price Loral?,
nonsinal; welling price, 'jo, $1.15.
Grain. March 18. Grain, SO day
options: (Bids) Oats, No. 2, $Gl;
barley, teed. ?74; brewing, 2.
Eastrn oats and. corn in bulK:
( Bids" Oats, No. 3, white, $63.50;
38-noun.d clpped. white. $64.50;
!corn. No.' 2. yellow. $63;' No. 3. nilx-
ed, $67.50; oats, No. J, tJ.u; cilp-
ped, $54.50; corn, yellow, $68.50;
Today's car receipts: Wheat. 3;
barley, 3; flour, 4; oats, 12; hay, 13.
Cattle, steady to stronger; rt
cepits, 1471. Medium to cbo'cc
steers. $10.50 0 11.70; good to med
ium steers, $9.50 0 10.50; com non
to good steers. $9 010; choice cows
and heifeia, $8.55010; common to
good cows and heifers, $8.50 0 9.50;
canners, $4.2506.25; bulls, $509;
calves, $7.50 012; stocer and feed
er steers!, $6.50 0 9.50.
Hogs, steady; receplts, 1 1630.
Prime light. $16.85 017; prime
heavy, $16.60016.85; pigs, $140
15.25; bulk of sales, $16.50 016.95.
heep, steady; receipts, 270. West
ern lambs, $15 015.50; valley lanus,
$14.50 015; yearlings, $13 013.50;
Wethers, $12.50 013; ewes, $9 012.
Shorn sheep 24c to 3c under quotations.
Stock Market Takes on Ac
tivity at Report of Nether
NEW YORK. March 18. A new
and more complicated phase of the
international situation was injectel
Into today's heavy stock market.
Rumors of a protest by Holland at
the proposed commandeering . of
Dutch ships by this government
formed the basis of heavy selling.
Important rails and Industrials re
acted one to three points and some
specialties considerably more, the
selling assuming wide dimensions in
the final hour.
Dealings in the early part, of the
session were nominal to the point
of insignificance. Many stocks or
dinarily classed among the leaders
were scarcely quoted until well to
ward the close. Canadian Pacific
was heavy to weak throughout, ex
tending last week's severe reversal
by three points. Other trans-continentals
also grain carriers snd coal
ers, were down one to two and a half
points with shares of eastern roads.
Among specialties, American Su
matra Tobacco which may be ad
versely affected by the Dutch situa
tion, broke four and a quarter points
Sugars and oils were swept into th
receding tide of the last hour, yield
ing two to six points.
United States Steel was immune
from the setback most of the time,
but finally succumbed to pressure,
scoring an extreme loss of one and a
quarter points. Other steel and
kindred equipments relinquished
mid-day gains of one to two and a
half points, closing at variable nel
losses. Sales amounted to 485,000
Bonds, both rails and Industrials,
were sympathetically depressed and
liberty issues also reacted. Total
sales, par valne. $2,775,000.
ITnited States bonds. ;.old issuer,
were unchanged on call.
Corn Price U Firm;
Oats Price Strong, Too
CHICAGO. March 18.-Fresh ef
forts to curb speculation led to gen
eral evening up of trades today in
grain, especially on the part of
s.horts. After a number of lively
price changes, corn closed firm 4c
to lic net higher, with Marcn
$1.27 and May $1.25. Oats
gained (2 He to 3 He. The out m
provisions varied from 2 Vt 3 5 de
cline to raise of 12c.
Temporarily a ruling by the ex
change directors that no one inter
est could at any given time be long
or short more than 200,000 bushels
of fature deliveries led to a good
deal of flurried trading in the ccrn
pit. At first, sellers were greatly in
the majority, owing to big receipts,
but quick covering which shorts be
gan brought about a sudden decided
upwatd swing. All of the gam?
were afterward lost only to be re
placed by new advances higher, than
Gossip that exporters were buying
oats at the best premium on the
crop was largely responsible for the
strength of oats.
Heavy receipts of hogs made pro
visions average lower.
HARK FKi: OF SFAMAXSHIP
In its brief report the Navy De
partment speaks In the highest
praise of the French crew of one of
the American-built submarine chas
ers wno were thought to have per
ished at sea many weeks ago. but
succeeded finally in making port in
face of the gravest difficulties. It
was an exploit of which the barest
narration must cause a thrill of ad
miration for the handful of sailors
who managed to escape death by
their courage and skill.
When the engines of the small
craft were disabled during a Jan
uary gale and it became separated
from its escort, the crew never Tor
a minute abandoned hope. They
were thrown absolutely on their pre
carious resources, far from any help.
The chances of surviving were all
against them. But they rigged up a
sail with their bed-coverings and
loanaged to make two or three kno's
an hour under the moat favoraDte
conditions. They had no navigating
instruments but a compass by which
to lay their course in mid-ocean. O
food they had only a scanty supply.
It was truly a "remarkable feat of
(navigation" by which the hardy
I Frenchmen savl themselves and
their little boat. N.
The war has calftd forth maty
deeds of daring at sea by brave men
Ti the pursuit of there- duties, but
these unnamed heroes of the French
navy have won a special place for
. themselves. New York World.
STRICTLY MODERN ROOM BUNG
alow, paved street, east front, owner
leaving, must sell. Call 970.
WANTED TO BUY, FO.1 CASH. FIVE
room modern bungalow, not ovr
SU0U. Box 21S.
SEVERAL GOOD TOWN RESIDENCES
clear of liens for farma. - See Wn.
Fleming, 341 State street.
FOR SALE LOT AND BUILDING 24
x3S cn car line $350. Enquire at
1795 Fairground road.
WANTED SMALL ACREAGE TO
trade for choice Canadian quarter
section. Niemeyer. 54 4 State street.
EXCHANGE 120 ACRES MORROW
County. Oregon for houses- or acre
200 ACRE FARM NEAR SALEM FOR
rent or for sale. Pbone owner
STRICTLY MODERN NEW C ROOM
bungalow and garage, must be sold,
easy terms, owner leaving. Call
LOTS FREE TWO BEAUTIFUL LOTS
In South Halem given to party buy
ing new house for less than coat.
Judson. Hoyt and Winter streets.
A GOOD; 5 ACRE TRACT. WELL IM
proved in exchange, for a neat email
town house, easy terms on balance.
See Wm. Fleming, 341 Slate street..
WILL TRADE MY 7 ROOM MODERN
home, full basement. 28x40 feet, two
large lots on corner, for farm, will
pay some difference. Owner 735
North 17th street, Salem.
A GOOD BUY ?5xS0 FEET ON EAST
side ' Commercial street, on door
north of State street, Salem, togeth
er with perpetual right of way over
the 14x50Vs feet tract extendingfrom
this property to State street. Terms
Apply Scott Bosorth, 701-3 Spauldiog
Blag, Portland. Oregon.
FINE HOME AND 215 STOCK RANCH
for sale on Yuqulna Bay, near New
port. Also 140 acre cut over timber
land trscjt. good soiL Right on rail
road. Phone 677 or eddress A. C.
Bohrnstedt, 401 Masonic Temple. "
JF YOU DESIRE TO SELL YOUR
property, come., in at once. I have
several customers for farm and city
property at a reasonable price. Have
dry wood, seed wheat, artichokes,
and a 3-Inch Studebaaer wagon for
sale. John IL Scott, 404 Hubbard
WE LIST PROPERTY EVERYWHERE
and charge no commission for put
ting buyers and sellers together. Our
representative will be st the Hotel
Marlon from Wednesday March 20
until the following Monday. Call
and investigate our method. Oregon
Realty exchange Inc., Eugene, Or
FOR SALE AT A BAROAIN. ONE
half acre three and one-half blocks
from State street car line, two and
one-half blocks front Richmond
' school. Two bouses $r place, fruit,
apples, pears, cherries, walnuts -and
berries. Terms to suit.-. Address. John
Riessbeek. 405 South 23rd street, 8a
SNAPS 4 ROOM HOUSE $450. 7 ROOM
house, plastered, gocd plumbing $710.
10 acres river bottom land, bearing
fruit trees, house ana Darn nne gara
en land $2800. 10 acres four year
old, prunes. $1400. 40 seres fine
buildings, good location 27 acres or
chard beginning to bear, $150 per
acre. 70 acrea for rent. Money to
loan. 1915 Ford for sale. jr. u.
Wood, Rayne- Bldg. , ,
SO ACRES IRRIGATED. ALL CXJLTt
vated. 50 acres alfalfa, joining town
9200 per acre. 175 acres, all culti
vated. Improved, i miles to town,
50 per acre. 12 lots In thriving
town, 11500. 6 loom house, 4 lots, in
town of 2000. price $3000. this will
' soon be business property. No in
cumbrances, will trade one r a'l
for property east or north of Salem.
: Might consider acreage, might as
sume. Socolofsky. 311 State street.
FOR SALE 12 ACRES OF LAND, $125
per acre. 7 acres under cultvation,
2 acres In cherries.
Also two pieces of land each con
taining C acres. Each piece has 3
, cleared acres and 1 acre of cherries
; on ee.ch piece.
Also 4 acrea for sale at $125 per
This land Is all one-fourth mile from
; Claxtar. All of this land is. for a
small payment down to suit purchas
. er, balance at. C per cent Interest.
; rhone 37F4.
MODERN NEW 5 ROOM BUNGALOW,
paved street, large lot. $1500, must
be sold, owner leaving town.
Five room bungalow, new. sttictlr
modern, macadamized street, close
in. owner leaving, $2,100. Vt cash.
Six room new bungalow, absolutely
modern, paved street, beautiful loca
tion, east front $2200, $1000 cash, bal
Fifty-eight acres. 23 acres beaver
dam. 20 acres bottom. 12 acrea past
ure, family orchard, fair, house, good
barn. Joining town, $6200, 100 acres.
90 in cultivation. 10 acres pasture,
splendid improvements, well , fenced.
Waldo Hills, on very easy terms.
10 acres; modern Improvements, Sa
lem Heights, exchange for ' larger
ranch not over $4,500. '.20 acrea to
exchange for bouse or amall acreage
Socolofsky. 311 State street, phone
J60 ACRES ALL LEVEL AND IN
cultivation. 4 room house and small
barn all fenced. This land is locat
ed at Fort Rock. Lake county. Ore.,
will trade for acreage or city prop-,
eriy. ITIce $7000. All clear.
-1K0 acres Manitoba. Canada. locat
ed in one of the oldest settled parts
of. Canada, this is fine land and with
in 2-s miles of railroad station and
10 miles ' from county seat. Will
trade for acreage or city property
and would pay a cash difference if
property 'suited. ITice $000. 'r
10 acres 2Vx miles frm Dallas,
all fenced with woven wire. liar
nice little barn and good: well, but
no house, land Is not cleared.: but
good land, want Salem house or va
cant lots and will add some cash if
property would suit. See Perrine A
Marsters. 402 Hubbard bulding.
FOR SALE STRICTLY j MODERN S
room house, large lot. east fsont,
garage, hearing fruit, paved street,
price $3250. i
Modern 5 room bungalow with
funiture. paved street, sightly loca
tion, price $2600.
Modern six room-bouse, close in.
uaved street, price $2650. Six room
Wiuse and two fine lots, 17 bearing
fruit trees, price $1100. $300 down.
balance to suit at C per cent. St0
acres grain and stock ranch, gxd
huilil nirs. fine location. ric- '-
acre. 100 acre farm, all cultivated.
old house, and two larice barns. t-
consider part trade, price $100 per
nr.. a j, - . -T " - - -
cultivation, balance timber snd pas
ture, running water. Old house. and
barn, good soil, some fine bottom
land, price $80' per acre. Improved
10 acre tract, new 5 room plastcr.-il
cottage, barn, chlckenhouse. garage,
, drilled wll.- yrAnm road, bearing
fruit, prlc. $2S50. If you want to
buy, trade or sell, see us. W. If.
Grabeohorst & Co., 275 State street.
SALE TO HIGHEST BIDDER ON THE
grounds at 1720 Chemeketa street
at 2:00 P- ni. esaturday the 23rd, I
will seel to the highest bidder the
residence there- a 7 room modern
house. Cash for 23 to 30 per cent
of the bidder will be required, terms
can be had on the balance, approv
abie title, with abstract and war
ranty deed. l)ont disturb tenants
see me at 341 State Mreet. Soiiw
shrubbery and fruit on the place,
a corner, paved on both street. Will
iam Fleming. '
I WANT TO GO TO? CANADA AND
so will sell my well" Improved farm
rf acres on the RlWr road for
$4700 cash which will-include several
head of cattle and horses, all , nit'
chlnery and Implements on acre
family orchard. 10 acres $ year
prunes, balance In wheat, oats- and
vetch, excepting 3 1 acres of nice
- timber. 25 cords, of good cut wood,
water tank, windmill, gas .engine,
fine large barn, several outbuilding,
fully modern "-room house With bntti
ana not and cold water.. TNte house
is newly plastered throughout. This
is a real home place. Box. 21, care
LOOK AT THIS A REAL
About 400 acres of choice Polk eoun-
ty land: about 30 acres clear; about $ J
acres in stump pasture; balance In
choice , piling timber and oak grubs.
Timber alone worth $7500. New four
room house, new. dairy barn, providing '
for 20 cows and four Horses: new nig
pen and new milk house. Wstar piped
from fine spring to all buildings. Will
sen tne wnoie at a great bargain.
Very easy terms. per cent Interest
Address L. owner, care Th Sta teaman.
Prices Have Lowered and
1 Speculation by Turkish
i Officers Is Ended
LONDON. Feb. 10. (Correspond
ence of The. Associated Press) "Je-
rusalem Is smiling and contented,"
says a letter from an officer in the
British forces there. "Food sup
plies are no abundant, but they are
JsufflcrentJ ' lAlTluent people never
were in want, but during the war
prices went up so iigh and the pi
per money was at 'such a, discount
that the poor suffered greatly, and
there -f artuaiiv many deaths
from slow starvation.
"Conditions have now undergone
a remarkeble change. We are giv
ing employment to all the men in
road-making at ample rates of pay.
riven the young boys assl t at the
light work an at meal times wholo
families join the menfolk at f.helr
meals by the roadside.
"One of the reasons for the high
prices of foodstuffs was that the .
Turkish officers were all speculating
They; bought wheat and flour f ron -their
military depots, the cost be
ing debited against their pay, which
was paid In paper. Then they sold
the supnlles for gold, which was
worth five times more than paper.
When Turkish evacuation seemed
imminent, these officers all had to
unload, and prices fell considerably."
"Johnny, when I tell your father
what a naughty boy you've "been to
dav he will punish you, severely."
v "Have you got to tell Jilm, ma?"
' "Yes, and I shall tell him Imme
dlatel; after dinner."
"Well, ma. give him a better din
ner than usual, woa't you? You
might do that much for me." Lon
lorjniEHfr pacific co.
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