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Glass if S :df - Direct
The Wanta and Needs of the Capital City Are Noted
Under Proper Heading So You Can Readily Find Them
II u- ; : . . . . - - i fear -
PnY Sell and Exchange all Kinds
ECUiw nAnu uuuuo
Jg CLOTHINO, SHOES, BICT
? CLES, TOOLS. ETC
UXttB LN'SCHANCE SOCIETY
XT. IL Burghardt, Jr.,
anient Agent 88a Mtato St.
Monty to Loan
n VHmOTKD FARM AND CTTT
anPERTT AT WWEIt RATES
Ov Ladd etc Bbsb
Hank. Salens. Or.
; Rat P Wrd
rtrit Insertion 1
Bubeeousnt IneertlOB Ho
Ceek (ill UwUom) ... 1c
OM BQOOtk SO
c,, months contract per ma
it sjenths ntrecc per mo... -7c
jjoaocouBtopeBodfor leeataea lie
A wt card give fre with ta
tavertUeiBent to ta extent of50o
anaeuBclng "Jor Bale," -For
Beat." "Room or "Soaxd.-
Each saw classified advertise
ment will bo run under -Now
Today" for first Insertion, an less,
otherwise ordered by the adver-
VuVeequtat Insertion of the ad
will appear under its proper class
ification. Ko advertlsmoBt will be ran"
ander "New Today" for more than
ae issue under any clrcumatancee
prlntlnr trade.. Apply Statesman
composing room, upstairs.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED ELDE Il
ly lady to do .light houaekeeplng.
Utterances required. Phone 419.
TOR RENT 25 ACRES OF GARDEN
land for rent at liberty; Inquire
f Jobn H. IlcN'ary.
IVOR SALE DAVENPORT. GOOD AS
r aw. Phone 701.
FOU SALE 4.61 ACRES OF LAND AND
i acrea or which la the beat deep
lieavsr Dam land and i acres of
which Is under high state of cultiva
tion. Twenty miles north of Salem.
! mile from Pacific Highway.
Terms reasonable. Address N. M.
care of Statesman.
SEED CORN AND BEANS FOR SALE.
H. Neumann. P. O.. box 11, Hubbard.
WI8B INVESTMENT THE COST OF
fire inaurance on your home is
money well expended even If it never
burn. To know that you are pro
tected against fire loss. Is a great
source of satisfaction, and from thia
stsadpolnt alone Is worth many times
the small cost for such Insurance.
On the other hand if the unexpect
ed should happen, and the place once
. called home is transformed Into a
mass of ashes and wreckage, the In
surance money cornea at a t;me to be
The Oregon Fire Relief Association
f tvts you "Uilt Edge" protection at a
. very reasonable cost.- H. A. Johnson
Co.. Agent. Bush Bank Bldg., Sa
kilt, phone 247.
ro4 'SALE 17 ACRES OF ORCHARD
la first claas condition, six year old
English wainuta, Italian prune and
etitrriea, macadam road, four miles
from Salem, this Is a snap, price
$C00. 100 sere farm, 40 acre under
cultivation, balance timber and pas
ture, some fine bottom land, running
water, bous and barn, price 90 per
acre. I acrea, all cultivated, 2 room
piantered house, barn, well, macadam
roadl miles out. Price $1000. 112
e.-re Howel Prairie farm, 115 acre
cultivation, balance pasture ana tim
ber rood farm buildings: price 126000,
If you want to buy, trade or sell, e
u. W. H. Grabenhorst Co., 27k
Hut street. '
FEMALR '"" '
WANTED ifo C;S ECLE AN ING WORK
by hour. 170 Ferry.
TfOUNO LADY EXPERIENCED IN OF
fic work and typewriting wlshe
poaltloa, Som shorthand. Phon
AVANTKD MEN TO CUT WHITE FIR
eord wood $1.40 per cord. For fur
ther Information writ F. M. fluver,
SALT5 AND FEMAE HELP WANTED
We have an opening In your town
fr a newspaper salesman. You
could make a good ssiary with our
proposition. Address H 47" State
a of flee.
5 Pu!? Makers $3.6 4 for 8 hrs.
.WEST UNN MILI OPPOSITE ORE
S la City, free employment office. No
experience needed. Foolish strike still
on, not troublesome. Receipt for
railroad fare up to $2 cashed after
working one week. Come work a
ured. Board and bed $1.15 ven
t(i.iJ SALE A ROLL TOP DESK.
Phono 111 or call 150 Court treet.
iJ SALE GRASS SEED WHEAT.
7tq McKJaney. Turner, Oregon,
'(1,H,8aIEj-TEAM AND HARNESS.
Sell cheap. Call
jj'l North Commercial.
T ,? "ALE -RANGE. HEATER, txll
1 rl! u"- Hhrary table. In
l. TU WANT TO GET THE BES
'wm paper, send 10c to the Taciflc
! mestead. Salem. Oregon, for a trial
"T'Ption. Mention thl ad.
SSTriTT F THE OATMAN GIRli
tru etory of western Immi
57.1.1 h b'n carefully revised.
En. .r Handsome little book. It
u In. graphic term of the ms-
IIZZ ' Oatman family, of the
vcap of Ixtremo. and the captivity
...J?.'? "d Olive. Mary died of
rvlLon Oily waa purchased
V Indisns five year Uter.
4rlfT2' ' 10 wnts. postpaid. Ad
l.m rw eron Teacher Monthly. Sa.
- -1 WW flT.
Jf-lS'nld Worry Ut the
"-:afitd Adj Work for Yon
. rV'!'T I CHINESE f flTlir-lAX. I
MK5 nr 57 K6.
(or 1.25. $6.50 per hundred. H. C,
Porter. Aumavtlle. Oregon.
IF YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
poultry paper published, send 19
cent to the Northweat . Poultry
Journal. Salem. Oregon." for a trial
subscription. Mention thia ad.
UH KENT TWO OOOD HOUSES
wUh good barna. Call I4 N. Church
street, forenoons, phono 171.
STRICTLY MODERN HOUSE. THREE
blocks from Capitol. rooms, sleep
in: porch.- fireplare. rarden. fruit,
garage. 20. C W. Niemeyer, 644
State street telephone 1000.
FOR RENT $12.50 SIX ROOM MOP
ern house on paved street at 1020
South High streeC E. A. Rhoten,
1141-J, any time week days.
FOR RENT THE FOLLOWING:
pirujr modern rive-room
tan 1052 Saginaw.
In good order.
1 CIA a numlh
roremerly rented for
Call at 1041 Saginaw or Statesman
business office. Phono 21,
M2 Neat modern bungalow I
.oms at 040 North 20th C Call at
statesman business office or poone
$20 Modern 10 room bouse on
Cottage street, close I n. Call at
Statesman business office, or phone
HOUSEKEEPING AND SINGLE
rooms nicely furnished at 413 Ferry
streeC Come and see them.
FOR RENT COMFORTABLE ROOM
with -use of bath. In modern home.
Address A. li. care Statesman.
GOOD OUTSIDE ROOM HOT WATER
: heat, modern conveniences, also in
side rooms. Close to State House
1030 Chemeketa. Phone lisO.
LOST ONE AOOLD CUFF-BUTTON
with Initial on it Reward. Bird
Craven, phone 64.
LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN ONE
Muley Holstein heifer, color black
and white striped, slit In left ear.
. taken from Drager's pasture near
Feeble Minded Ins't. Reward for
finding same or for arrest and con.
tvictlon of party or parties taking
Mm. O. McElroy, route . box 121,
phone 71 F4. Salem. Oregon.
FOR RENT THE STOREROOM AT
141 North Commercial street, now oc
cupied by Compton's 15c. nd 25c
store, will be for rent May 1st next
For particulars Inquire! at room 22
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD 6ECUR-
tty. O. TS. ftiwruh. phone Hit.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
good clean rag. Pressroom statea
man. I WILL -SHIP -HOGS. CATTLE AND
sheep. Monday. April 22. Phone
2SS7-.I. ti. n. Burdlck.
gHTPPS AUTO SERVICE CITY AND
country trip. Pbon Day, til;
GATES HATJ-SOLE TIRE SERVTCB
Station 177. South Commercial St,
QUACKENBU8H AUTO STPPLT AND
vulcanising, zi XMortn commercial
street. Pbon II.
BRACKETT 4Tr GRAY TUBES VUL
eanlxed. X&e. Retreading our sDeclal-
ty. Fro service car. Phon 1400.
171 North Commercial.
WATT SHIPP CO RETREADS AND
aectiana tu4e 2Se un. Servlc ear.
Phon 111. 121 Bouts Commercial
DR. T. U UTTER, DENTIST, ROOMS
411-414 Bank of Commerce Bldg.
n HARR. TEACHER OF PIANO.
fii 1 n llTMAN.TlOMEOPATHI.
Phyaiclan. Office and residence. 24
North Ioerty. naiem. pnowe
HHOfil Kit II OO D OF YOBMAW
UKKT8 EVERY WEDNESDAY EVEN
Ing in Masonic Tempi, nun iioor. a
S o ClOCK. All Visuing memoer. wel
come. Horsce Pykes. Foreman. W.
H. Prunk. Correspondent.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar camp, o. ., meow
every Thursday evening at I o'clock
In Derby building, corner Court and
h m street, k. jt. utr. v. i; .
Wrle-ht. rlrek. "
n AnfJAflE AND PARCELS DELIVER
ed any place, city or country, fnone
S4 or Z041-1U . w. w. i iner.
SEND THE BOYS IN EARLY TODAY
nri they will aret the Dest nair irim
they ever had. lngrey'a Barber
Shop. Ill State streeC ,
nn r f . RfOTT. D. C GRADUATE OF
p. 8. C Chlropractlce fountain bead.
Davenport, Iowa. Chiropractic cor
rrta thai cause of disease. Office
40I.7-I. U. 8. N. Bank Building.
Pinne ST Realdenee
DRAYS AND RXPRRSS
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER COMPANY
Phone 033. Salem's largeat and beat
equipped transfer company. Get our
reduced freight rates on extern
shipments. Also for torg wi
have three warehouse In connection
with business. - Furnitur moving.
specialty. Office 111 South Commer-
DR. U M. HUM CURES ANT KNOWN
disease. 161 8. Hlifh St. Phono It.
BHV CU:AKI.UAb PRESSING-
JAPANESE PKESSINO PARLORS F.
S. Watanabe, Prop., 414 N. Commer
cial St. Ladles' and gentlemen's
suits cleaned and pressed, tl.lt and.
a i.i a. worn called rot ana delivered
free. Telephone Main 652.
JUNK, WANTED .WE PAY HIGHEST
price for Junk of every kind. Let us
make you a price on your household
goods. : The Square Dear
Capital Junk Co 171
Street. Phone 80S.
FULL VALUE PAID FOR SECOND
head goods. Highest market prices
for junk and aides. The People'
.Junk and Secondhand Store, 171 No.
Commercial. Phone 714.
'CLEAN WHITE HAS PROVEN BUC
eessfuL Applied here or sold for
borne use. Sanitary Beauty Parlors,
fit Hnhhard HMr
SALKM STEAM LAUNDRY QUICK
delivery and careful work. Dry
wash 6c per pound. Ill South Lib-1
erty street. Phone 25.
HOME WET WASH LAUNDRY REG
ular washing done at a rate every
body can afford. For only 10 cents
we will collect, wash and deliver
your washing within twenty-four
nours. pnone Z47i.
DR. W. U MERCER, GRADUATE
American School Osteopathy, Kirks- I
vllle. Mo.; treat acute and chronlel
disease. Office 404-405 U. & Na
tlonal Bank Bidg. Phone f If. Resi
dence 411 North Summer. Pbon 14.
DRS. "WHITE & WALTON, OSTEO-
pathle phy alcana and surgeons.
Oraduates of the American Schools of I
Osteopathy. Klrksvllle. Mo. Post
graduate and specialised In nervous I
diseases at Lo Angeles College. I
Treat acute and chronl disease.
Office 60S--7-i. U. 8. National
Bank Bldg. Phon 1(1. Residence, I
1C20 Court streeC Phon 2211. Dr. I
white, residence phon 4fS.
"PA I XT" 111 OPS"
NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE YOUR
autos painted at tho Salem Carriage
Factory, 003 North Liberty street.
phone 7fFf. W. Fennel, prop. Geo.
Van Leanen. painter.
FRUITLAND NURSERY BALES YARD
at High and Ferry, call and see stock
and get prices before purchasing!
elsewhere. Grafted walnut closing
out at reduced price, also logan
Tecond hand goods
WS BUT AND SELL. SECOND HAND I
goods of all klnda, pip fittings, har-
noes, oouars, eouai pads, tool,
chain. Fred Scalndler. 2(7 Center I
Webb a clough'c. dL webb. a, L
Clough, funeral directors. Latest I
modern method known to tho- pro-1
i.Mion. nwi uonrx street.
AUTO TRUCK BKRVICE ANTJCINDI
"t , , of . hauling. . Household
ar e ' moving loo oon prompt-
i - it. xry m once, ximme, I
475 Stat SC Pbon $. Reeldencel
WALL PACR. PAINT"
CALL UP S. M. H CSS ELM AN FOR
paper hanging, painting and tinting.
Choice wall paper and cut-out Doro-
era. Phono 2604W1.
ai. ASA'8-ro? ?SS:
hanging-; eta Wor"k don; b conuiit
or dav: rood workman. Location I
1020 Center St. Pbon 511-W. I
TEN CENTS A DOUBLE ROLL AND
upward for choice wall Fa per at
Buren'a Furnitur Store 170 Com
SEE PORTER FOR
Paner and Picture Framing,
wnrlrm.n 4ft rvwev p Pli( 411
apply at offlc. Make all complaint I
at the office. No deduction In bill I
--T,.I- .V.-.V, r.T-.. I
cut off from premises. Hereafter I
water fo irrigation win only be
furnlabed to regular customers using
water for oomestio purposes. . con
tractor for aldewalka. brick work,
or plastsrtnc. will plea read "for
building purposes" under acbodul f
rates. Apply at office for eopy.
Depot National A American Fenee,
su eue, ze in, I ae law mgk.
PlatV Oils and Varnleta.
Stevee Rebuilt aed Repaired
Legaakerry ad Hop Hooka.
Saleaa Feme ex Steve Werfc.
2M Oart SC Phone 124
r. b. mniOf
I Deals in Real Estate
Eastern Investment company, et
al., to Hammond Lumber company,
&. half S. W. quarter section 16, T.
10, R. 6 E. Also N. half N. W. quar
ter section 21. T. TO, R. 6 E.
Jennie and Georgia Booth to T. V,
. 4 Vf4ha A PnUmaii I rt. 9 tilsilr
3, and lots I and 4, block 8, Presnall
E. M. Savage to Walter L. Fuller,
south half 158 acres in Mary Mar-
telle claim. T. 6, R. 2 W
F. E. Colllster to J. W. Jackson.
north 80 feet of lot 25, Allen's Add!
Edgar Hartley, et al., to . O. E.
Cantelle. lot 10. Hartley . & Craig
Fruit rp.rm. . ,
IX. L. Putnam to W. L. Blackwell,
l,81.acres.in Ella C. Cooley D. L. C,
Wocdburn. t -c'.I
Donald Nursery company to Day
ton n. Walker. 9.80 acres In section
17 T. 4. R. 1 W.
Louis Forcer to Henry F. Patten,
52.50 acres adjoining A. Lochapelle
cU'm. 'ection 41, T. 5, R. 2 W.
St. Benedict's Abbey of Mt. Angel
tr Nit. F. P. Lumber company, z
acre) in N. 1. quarter section 10, T.
5- Tl. W.
Mattle A. Bellinger to Ororer C.
Rellineer. 160 acres in section 23,
T. 7. R. 1 W.
O R. Clearwater to L. H. Bates,
lot 2, block 1, Bishop's Addition to
Minnie McAllister to Ella Fuller-
.ton et al,, 2.50 acres in Thomas
Jory claim in T. S. R.
2.b0 acres in section
For Feeding Hogs
Can be had at tho
Call or Telephone 24 It
' SALEM MARKETS
Keg and Poultry.
Old roosters. 13 to 14c.
Stacs. IS to 18c.
Pork, Mutton ami Tlcef.
Pork on fobt. 15 to lie.
Ewes. 5 to 9c.
Veal, dressed. 16 to It c.
Spring: lamb, 19c.
Beef steers, 7 to c; cows, 4 to 8c.
Hulls, 4 to Cc.
Cheat, per ton. $24.
Clover, per ton. $22.
Vetch, per ton, $24.
Wheat. $1.85 to $1.87.
v Mill Fee. Retail.
Bran, per ton, $36.
Shorts, per ton, $38. '
WHOLESALE TO DEALERS.
Country batter, 45c
Creamery butter, 45c
Butter fat, f. o. b. Salem, 43c '
Smelt, 5c per pound. .
Salmon, Chinook. 30c
Lettuce, crate, $3.
Nebraska rice corn, 12c.
Tomatoes, California, $2.75.
Broccoli, $1.25. .
Cabbage, 3 He.
String aarllc, 8c
Walivts, No. 1, 24c i '
Peanuts, raw, 17c.
Cocoanuts, dozen. $1.60.
Honey, Idaho, $6.
Oranges, $5 to $8. '
Bananas, 7c .
Apples, $1.25 to $2.25.
Lemons, $6.50 to $7.21.
Dromedary date, $6.
Creamery butter, 55c
Flour, hard wheat.. $2.80 to $2.
Flour, Taller. $2.50 to $2.60.
Sugar, cane and beet. 11 lb. $1.
Potatoes, sack lots. $1.25.
PORTLAND. ADrll IB Butter
Prints, extras, 42 to 42c; cubes, ex-
trai. 37 c; prime firsts, 17cj dairy,
2 9 cents.
Hutterfat; Portland delivorv Vo.
1 sour cresm. 41c.
Bnyinf price, locals. 65c to 75c;
selllnr price, 76c to II: new Cali-
forn la's, 9 to 10c.
Thirty-day options: Rids Oats,
NO. 2, $65.
Eastern oats and corn
Bids Oats. No. 3, white.
clipped wbl'f $00.50;
corn. No. 3 yellow, $62; corn. f.o. 3
$62; oats. No.
1, $60; oats,
cupped. $60.50; c
corn, mixed, $62.
United States Steel Again
Overtops All Others
Serves As Guide
April 19. Stocks
were even more responsive to tho
war news today, leaping forward one
to three points in the very active
first hour but the movement lost
much of Its spontanlety Uter, many
gains suffering material reduction on
I l:"V""? "r
ceeded in breadth any session since
the Inception of the German drive,
united states steel again over
topped all other stocks, its irregular f
course on a very large, turnover
serving ss a guide for other favor
ites. ' ' Steel's extreme advance of
1 1-2 finally dwindled to a small
Other strong and active Industrial
and equipment Included tho inde
pendent vteels. Internratlonal .Har
vester, Baldwin Locomotive and
American Locomotive. Salei amount
ed to 525.000 shares.
. In anticipation of an adverse bank
statement, call money stiffened from
Its early rate of 4 per cent to 5,
most loans being made midway.
Bonds were active and stronger.
Including domestic and foreign i.ov
ernment Issues. Toklo S's adding
z i-z points to their recent advance.
Sales nar ralue aeareratad eg .
Issues, were unchanged on call.
The. president of Vassal say that
.women have taken np war work be
ie.w it is tasbionable. But he does-
I n't tive them the credit for making it
1 fashionable. We art , verr much
afraid that he is an old grouch.
240 ACRES. 200 CULTIVATED 40
timber paature ell good eolL liJ..
Socolofsky, 241 State streeU
FOR SALE MODERN i ROOM UUNCl-
alow at a real sacrifice. Bargain
worth Investigating. For particulars
2 ROOM HOUSE, MODERN"," WELL
located. Monmouth, Oregon;. will take
at V, value, price t'l.tOO. Socolofsky,
i mate street.
FOR 8 ALE 12 ACRES OF LAND.
quarter mile from Claxtar; $125 an
acre. Will sell half. If desired. John
Wesley, Salem, route I. Phone I7F4.
CALL ON ME FOR ANY KIND OF AN
exchange, or ranch to buy. Socolofs
ky. 341 State streeC
FOR SALE MODERN ROOM BUNG
alow and corner lot 25th and Turner
road; also sure building. Phone
HAVE SOME IMPROVED AND UN
Improved country property and some
residences In Salem to exchange In
part payment for 100 to 300 acre of
bottom land with some Improvements
and some stump land that can be
easily cleared. John H. Scott, 404
1 HAVE TWO RANCHES AND SEV-
eral farma where ownera will take
part pay In town property. Also
two large modern realdencea equities
for any fair unencumbered property
even If not Improved. Both resi
dence are good and not old shake.
See me at 141 Stat streeC William
A OOOD BUY 25x10 FEET ON EAST
id Commercial streeC on door
north of Slat streeC Salem, together
with perpetual right of way over the
14x60 Mi feet tract extending from
this . oronertv ta Itil.trML Trir.a
Apply Scott Bosorth. 701-2 Speulding
Bldg., Portland, Oregon.
t ROOM HOUSE. II LOTS. EASY
walking dlstsnce of University, Eu
gene, Oregon, to exchange for ranch
not over $1,000. Socolofsky. 141
S'ate streeC (?
FOR BALE RE ASONABE MODERN
flv-room bungalow, gas and wood
rang Included, built In buffet, fir
place, larg bathroom,; living room,
bed room, etc., extra large porch,
yard. Easy Walking Distance.
Term. Pbon 117$ or III.
A FINE LITTLE BUNGALOW OF FIVE
and another of I room right up to
date little places at a genuine bar
gain, and no mistake, William Flem
ing 141 Stat atreeC
71 ACRES, 50 ACRES IN . CROP. 4
acres 5-year-old prunes, balance
pasture. Small family orchard, good
water, shack. 7 mile E. of Salem.
Will exchange for 11500 Portland
property. C. W. Niemeyer, 544 State
20 ACRES OF FINE HILL LAND. 5
mile M. of Salem, good, house and
barn, good water, 14 acre In prune,
cherries and apples, I acrea timber
paature,' fenced three sides, on mala
road. Price $215. 1150 cash balance
on easy term. C. W. Niemeyer, 544
FINE I ROOM HOUSES WELL Lo
cated la Salem on paved street all
modern and 40 acres of Improved
lend I miles out to trade for a larger
farm. This property Is all clear
property. See Perrlne dc Marstera,
403 Hubbard Bldg., phon 007.
00 ACRES. 10 CULTIVATED. 30 BRUSH
pasture, li rruic exchange for South
ern Oregon, not over 110,000. Soco
lofsky, 541 Stat streeC
BARGAINS 4 ROOM COTTAGE OOOD
location two lot 11200. easy terms. I
room bungalow, fire place and fur
nance new 11750. 10 acre tract on
main road, fine land bearing orchard
good bulldlnes fllOO. 220 acre lot
of good timber som open land on
main road, close to railroad Ill.M
per acre. I room cottage two Iota,
naved street, for renC Wood Rayne
LOOK AT THIS A REAL
About 400 acre of cholc Polk coun
ty Ind about 110 acres clear; about 50
acre la crump pasture: balance In
cholw piling timber and oak grubs.
Timber alone worth $10,000. New four
room house, new dairy barn, providing
for 80 cow and four horses; now pig
pen and new milk bouse. Water piped
from fine spring to all bulldlnss. Will
II th whole at a greet bargain.
Very easy term. 0 per cent Interesc
Address L. owner, car Th Statesmen.
SUTHERLIN VALLEY IRRIGATED
farms for sa'.e: on account of the
receivership of tho J. F. Lose com
5 any, following tho death of the late
. F. Luse. frlende in the east have
placed In my baada for Immediate
sale over 400 scree of choice Sutherlln
Valley irrigated farm lande which
they have Just aeaulred thru mort
gage foreclosure. There are farms
for the 25 acre farmer as well ae
the 200 acre farmer, at prlcea 50 per
cent below value on easy terme of
paymenc If you know a bargain In
farm land when you see one. come In
If you mesn business. Do yeur bit
by helping Uncle Sam's food problem.
A. C. Bohrnstedc 401 Masonle Temple,
Cancelled Stamps Wanted
lor Belgian Work Rooms
PORTLAND. Ore.. April 1$.-
Whlle the Red Cross has sjad It
plain that It cannot use eartcetlee!
lamps, thousands of which have
been ssved In all parts of" the coun
try under the misapprehension that
the could be used in Europe ander
Red Cross auspices, the Belgian
consul In New York Is glad to get
them according to a letter received
nere from Martha A. Aignier of New
The Belgium Consul. P. Mali, ac-
.ArflfUff V f m l.ll.. VIM. AM
e'od by Mrs. Aignier, forwards the
i Helief organ -
izatlon in France where they are used
by collectors and others to make
fancy articles, such as dishes, try
and vases which are sold to get mon
ey for delicacies and comlorts for
wounded Belgian soldiers. His ad
dress Is 25 Madison Ave., New Yotk.
Did you know that General Grant's
picture is on the new $10,000 bills?
THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN
By GENC BYRNES
1 C etC At P
lit A 'tf yT r-r-aTS J.
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, HIGHER PRICES
Unseasonably Cold Weather
Responsible Chicago (Mar
ket Closes Nervous
CHICAGO. April 1 . Unseason
ably cold weather made corn prices
today average higher. The market
closed nervous at the sami as yes
terday's finish to 7-8e advanee witn
May $1.27 and July $1.41 1-2 to
$1.44 6-8. Oats gained 5-8 to le net-.
In provisions the outcome vsrled
from 6 to 7 cents decline to a rise of
Corn traders leaned decidedly ta
the view that prevailing tem pas
tures were much too low to facilitate
-planting and were also adverse t?
the growth of the crop already up.
Buying ascribed to export Interests
pat strength into oats. Tho Atlantic
seaboard and the rulf went "aid it
have taken 1,000.000 oushels at va
rious places, including 225.000
revisions were oeprewea ny iow -
er quotations on hogs and cotton and
by reports that the government al-
otment of contracts had bn small
er than expected. On the decline,
though, shorts and - commlitlun
houses tcrned buyers.
Bag of Sand on Tail Cure
for Army Mule's Braying
PORTLAND. Or.. April II. Tit
resounding "Hee-Haw" of the Atuer-
can army mule awakening the
echoes and making nights hideous
almost anywhere In France, can be
prevented In simpler fashion than
by operation upon the) throats of the
af Imals, to which the French veter
inarians art said to resort, accord-
ng to F. 8. Akin, a Portland pioneer.
A little bag of sand attached at
night to the tail of a male will pre
vent It from emitting its blatant
brar. he declares.
Mr. Akln's knowledge dates back
to the early days of Oreron. when
mult team drivers found this way of
keeping their slumbers from being
disturbed. The theory Involved !
that In order to bray with success
and wonted harmony, a mult must
stretch Its neck and elevate Its cad-
dal appendage to the horizontal. De
nied this privilege by the weight of
a small rock or sac of sand, the
beast falls to vocalise Its thought.
The aame principle Is Involved In
the better known expedient of put
ting a low roof above a rooster s
perch, thus preventln it from
stretching Its neck to greet the dswn
in approved chanticleer, fashion.'
(Continued from page 1)
at the White House gate, while the
president climbed through the little
holt as movie csmeras clicked and
the big crawler turned carefully In
the asphalt court and passed o'jt the
driveway to Pennsylvania avenue.
' 'The tank Is msklng a tour of a
number of American cities.
: t CA1JFORX1A m LEAD.
?SAN FRANCISCO, April It. The
twelfth federal reserve bank district
has subscribed $108,075,000 to the
liberty loan to date, or more than
one-half of Its quota, district loan
committee officials announced to
nlghL San Francisco's subscriptions
for today totaled $1,000,000. bring
ing this city's subscription to $22.-
v ' V-i.
' quarter. I
Wash., telegraphed head
for an honor flag,' and
Four Lakes, from the same state,
clsimed two blue stars for a tripled
ouota. This town claimed an honor
flag on April 9.
California waa rennrted tn he In
the lead of other states In the dis
trict In the number of honor flags
awarded. This state's total was
placed at 12$ with Oregon second
in' the district, a total of 132.
Foreign Trades Council Dis
cusses Publicity Work in
.CINCINNATI. April 19, Adver
tising, particularly that In foreign
fields, was one of the topics dls-'
Cussed at the National Foreign
Trades council meeting here today-
Carl H. Green of New York city
declared that for three years we)
hay hfcii erery self-appointed crltis
in this country telling us thxt Ger
many Is the epitome of a,U that la ex
cellent in exporting and that because
of thls,grest "cas" atUek the- ex
porters of this country, hare over
looked the concrete thine. in Inter
national trade in which the fatted
8tates excel, namely, advertising.
"Commercial Problems of the Pa-
elf Ic" was the subject of an address
I h 1. V Armahe of Can Franelaro.
,..lt wonld appetr that in order not
0nly t0 iDertM foreim con'merce of
the great section of the United States
west of the Rocky monni.tni." said
Mr. Armsby. but to maintain that
which we already enjoy, an adequate
American merchant marine operat
ing under laws and regulations bo
more onerous than those of onr for
eign competitors is not only an ab
solute neceslsty but 13 si the first
south raw PAcmo co.
11 Oregon Eipreee I:la.sa.
44 Oregoalan .... ..... 5:15 a-sa,
31 Willamette Limited.. 0:10 .
II Portland Peeeoager.. 1:1 Ipsa, i
24 Coo Bar 1:4 4 p.m.
II Shasta Limited 1:11 p.m.
14 Portland atxprees . 1:11a.m. .
Ko. Ill Local vray FrelgHt.. 1:00 a.m.
No. lit Portland Fast Freight 11:11pm.
Son t b sow nd
No. It Oregon! .......... 1:10a.m.
No, It Coos Bay 10:01a.m.
No. It California Ei press ..10:11a.m.
No. 17 Roeeburg Paeseager. 4:10p.m.
Ko. 11 Shasta Limited ..... 4:41 aun.
No, 17 Willamette Limited.. 4:10p.m.
No. It San Fraaclsco Paea,. .10.17 P-m.
Ko. til San Fran. Fast FrC, . 11:01 a.a.
No. 117 Local Way Freight. . 11:01 e-a .
K. tt Arrlv at Saiem 0:11am,
No. 14 Leave Salem 8:05 pA
SALEM. FALLS "cTTT ex WaTJTESUI
141 Leaves, Salem, motor .... 1:01a.m.
lit Leevee Salem, motor.... 1:15 a-nv,
111 Leevee Salem, motor.... 1:40 p ra.
Throuab ear to Monmouth and Aril
117 Leave Salem, motor .... 1:41p.m.
ICS Leave Salem, motor..... 1:17p.m.
lit Way Freight leave Salem 5:00 a.m.
1(5 .rrive at Salem 1:10 a.m.
1(4 Krrlvee t Salem ........11:00 .m.
If! Arrive at Salem ........ :00 p.m.
lit Arrives at Salem
170 Arrive at Salem
140 Way Freight Ar. Salem.,
1:14 am 10:11 am
10:11am 11:34 pm
.4:15 pm 1:11pm
4:40 pm t :40 pm
1:01 pm Salem only
11:10 pm Salem only
1:1 tern 1 llin
5 Ltd. ..1:14 am
1 10:45 am
a .a (
w . pro
U Lold..4:4 Dm
4k an .
21 11:41 pm
North Beak Station leaa Jeffee.
sen Street 15 and to minute later.)
Train " Leave
8 11:15 am
10 Ltd.. .7:41 am
14 Ltd. ..1:11 pra
10 4 :10 pm
xNorth Bank Station t Arrtv jrr-..
oa Of't II minute arlier). Leave
Leave CorvaUla Arrlv tJa
:15 am 0:45 am ,
; 11:11pm 1:50 am
, t:41pm 4:00pm
Arrive Cory alii
1:14 pm i