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TilE CAPITAL JOURNAL
Investigation of .
Corner Un Auto
Hotels Refuse To
Serve Potatoes At
Denver, Colo., April . Potato
are nut on the menu of Denrvr'a bet
ter restaurants today as the result if
a decision by the Denver Hotel and
- -w Tork, April I. The New York j Restaurant Keeper association In
glock Eachange today atarted an in-i eight, Ut In Justice to the public
tetticatioa of th!a week', trading In J - Mln
Tt'al reduction from the present
tromberg- Carburetor and refttsed U prjces jg tnaat.
Accept Allan A. R-an'a terms for act- j i
tiement Willi other member, of n'C'J T.- rj J
zchasre who were short In Stutz ilu- jOtlAp LflSCUSSCU
tor wbea trading ia the latter wsai n . , - r
aujpended by the exchange. Both I DV rOriiailU IVl 11
CnAmkAw axil Btutt &t-A MntrnllA.I.
... - PorUand 0r- Apra .wjtchmin
'.r , . . , . and yardmen employed In the rail
-.Th. committee on busines, conduct- yiI(J, were t0 mM,.
Bl i. , "Z. . " lng today at Albina. near here, where
' "J"""" V , . the Oregon-Washington railroad and
" "7""" T , ' navigation company are located. No
Thursday Inclusive wHh price, and announc.m,nt WM mad, t
o-twnra. ,,h. Mr. f ,h. m-tin- v. ,f
the yard employe, of the Southern
Pacific. Spokane, Portland and Se
attle, or the n w. R. and N. had left
f Ki( mfm tP aaraa twivraJ fcvsr ult
. . i of men ofi duty,
frooounUnff for a abort Interest off
Lee Opposed To
znoi in tiniana Union Strikers
Chioafro. Apr. . An unconfirmed! . T
report that John Reed, magaaine writ-! Cletvland. O., Apr. i.VT. C. Lee,
er, had tn executed in Finland, has ' President 0f the Brotherhood of Rail
been received here, Lloyd B. Helh, as-j way Trainmen, ia strongly opposed to
sUuuit district attorney, announced ,. th. , f the federal
board of mediation and conciliation or
Purl onan ln.KMs.t V
charged with conspiracy W advocate any other department to recognise the
the overthrow of the government by insurgent element in any effort to set-
force. ; . iie the gtrika of Chicaeo railroad yard
(employes, in the fight of the brother-
John Reed, mentioned in the above , hood and the switchmen's union of
dispatch, ia a forrr.eg Portland max 'North America against the Insurgents.
the fall of 191T by tha Wittenberg King nun: arrived In poor end.;-. ...
I company is in dispute. The onions r- Tae arson firm w."V' "
j 'uidiued on the tracks unul tney sprw.- i value or the shipment. Thee--'
an V CClSe IS ed, it is claimed by the local company, be tried ia San Francisco. " 'K -J
r s l and they were thrown uuo ine rsver.
Called TO Light The defendant, allege that the smp- j
The Dalles, Or., Apr. 9. Depositions
were taken today before R. T. Yate,
court reporter hor ,in the case of tn
T. Pearson company of San Franc:?--,
against the Wittenburg-King company
of The rtlle, in which the payment
for 14 carloads of onion? received In
With th. announcement that Chaa.
A. Morse, president of the Aawocli-
tic sf SUck Exchange Firms hsl
been selected chairmaa of a commit-
jnorw tha l,tl shares.
i When Ryan', plan (or settlement
Iras rejected overtures were mads for
a ram promise. Th. opinion la th
street today wai that if no agreement
Could b reached legal proceeding!)
Would be Instituted by calling for de
livery of stock by shorts. Ryan todty
Withdrew hla advertisement, offering
to buy 8tutx.
8tuU was quoted at 1)1 when trad
Ing was suspended, having risen from
Recently it sold at auction at 701.
Etromberg opened at lit today, half
A point off, then declined eight points.
'Canada Opposed To
Bonus For Veterans
'Ottawa, On., Apr. . Sir
foster, acting premier of Canada, an
Bounced today that th. dominion gov
ernment has not changed its opposition
io a cash bonus fo return1' s 'Hrs
,' "Th. government," he said, "i. not
bt the ip.mon and never has been thai
lh best way to reconstitute, re-estab
tlsb anl readjust the returned Midler
Is u. .. u i his
hand, over which there would be no
government supervision and without
reference to the partlclular and differ
ent needs of each returned man,"
' Vancouver, B. C., April . A sand
stone column, erected in memory of
Japanese who lort their lives while
fighting with Canadian force in
France, wal uii veiled In Btubley Park
here today. A light on top of the col
umn' will on kept burning all the
time, it is planned.
STRIKE MKETIXU CAIXKD
Columbus, O., Apr. . Requeot for
a retraction of demands made upon
members of the ltrotherhood of Rail
road Trainmen by grand lodge officers
In connection with the strike of switch
rnfn at Chicago end elsewhure Is to !
eonsidrred by trainmen here nt a meet
ing called for tomorrow night.
PAPKR8 RAISE PRICFJI
Los Angeles, Col., Apr. . Publish
ers here announced Monday that the
price of morning papers on streets and
newstands would be advanced May 1
from Ito 5 cents on week ays and that
the price of two afternoon patters now
selling for 2 cents would be advanced
to 1 cents, while a third afternoon pa
per now selling for 1 cent, would be
advanced to 3 ceuts.
One of the largest piano factories In
Great Britain is to be reopened with
the understanding that the workers are
to have a voice In the operation of the
D,anl- More than J3.000 workmen were em
mm more than 800,000 wage earn-1 ployed at the Merchant Shipyard, Har
ers in its over 12,00 manufacturing' riman. Pa., last year in order t main.
CTu.o..:inirni, aiassacnusetie ranks tain an average working force of f 000.
oeorge third of the state in the average num. I making th iai.e ,ienm.... ,, ..
ber of wage earners. 334 per cent
His parent, still reside in that city.
Ordered At Once
Washington, Apr. 1. The senate
elections committee today ordered a
full and immediate Investigation of
the Fwd-Newberry election by the rob
committee of which Senator Watson.
Mr. Lee today received a letter from
W. I Chambers, commissioner of the
United States board of mediation and
conciliation, saying the services of the
board would be available if requested.
French In Move
Coblenx. i Apr.- J. Notification was
given today through the Belgian mili
tary mission here of the formal par-
republican, Indiana, is chairman, and ticlpation of Belgium in the French ac-
ahlch will be appointed for the pur-Ttion in occupying Frankfort Belgium
pose of recounting the ballots cast In
Michigan for candidates.
LONG TOW COMPLETF-D
letoria, B. C, Apr. . Completing
what marine men said was the longest
tow ever made on the Pacific ocean,
the Vancouver tug Hero entered the
Straits of Juan De Fuea today with
the disabled power -schooner Laurel
Whalen tugging astern. The Hero
towed the schooner from the Tahiti is
lands. A stop was made at Honolulu
for fuel. The Laurel Whalen was dis
abled by storm. In the South Pacific
several month, ago.
The laundry business was a nionny
hmker for the fulled Htales govern
nient during 19U. Laundry property
to the, amount of 13,315,153 was paid
for and a profit was made besides
amounting lo more than $3,000,000.
JOITRNAL WANT AOS PY RF.n
'Valley Motor Co.
The Lubricant That Resists Heat
PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR YOUR OILS
AND GREASES. PRICES ON THE
is sending a detachment of troops with
the French to mark its co-operation tt
Wilbur Is Being
Oakland. Cat, Apr. S. A writ of ha
beas corpus obtained by Julius Wilbur
after he was arrested here on a tele
graphic warrant from Salem, was sis
missed in superior court today. Wil
bur was taken into custody by the Ore.
gon authorities and Is en route to Sa
lem in their custody.
JOURNAL WANT AD GET RESULTS
A LION'S ALLIANCE
We Are Better
Prepared to Take
Care of the
and His Family M
Than ever before. Most of our
merchandise was contracted
ahead of the last advances.
Buying for cash and selling for
cash means dollars to our
many customers. That is why
you can buy the mecrhandise
as listed here.'
' Note these
Best blue denim overall and jumper S2.39
Ud heavy covert cloth overall and
jumper .. $2.23
Feavy expressman stripe owalls " $2 25
Heavy work suits, blue and khaki ...44.50
Khaki and blue striped $3.49, J3 98
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
saw ssar n w vs.
This is the finest line of
poultry foods on the mar
ket today. Others are try
ing to make as good bat so
far have not been able to
keep up the quality. We
handle the complete line
which includes, Baby Chick
Mash Starter, Chick Feed,
Developing Mash, Growing
Food, Fattening Mash, Egg
Producer Mash, Scratch
Feed and Buttermilk Egg
Mash. The price is no high
er than others are asking
for inferior feeds which
cannot be compared in
quality with the Fisher's
Feeds. Try them and see
Also have a complete
stock of other poultry sup
plies. D. A. WHITE
255 State St. Salem, 0.
Hard wheat four
$1.94 broom .
109 lbs. wild hay
108 Its. Carrots
100 lbs. Good Wheat
1 bale straw ... ..
3 lbs peanut butter
Milk, per can
23 bare laundry eoap -
2 dot cans peas
2 doi. can. corn
S doi cans tomatoes
1 lb. fresh kippered salmon..
1 lb. salt salmon
1 lb. best Ceylon tea
Tuesday, April 13th
1:34 p. m, 151 Nonh F
Brass and Vemus Martin W
coil springs, felt tawi
maple and oak drefeT!
'-.lbrary table, oak
tabie. oak diners, fir
Morris chair, rockers, J m J?
zine racks, and books, piet-T
Ujew curtains. mats,
blinds, portlers. rups, iH "
. home canned fruit, lounK 0,
, er, good polished top h!f"
. Charter Oak range, sewing
chine, 13 dot fruit jars,
- tuba, boUer ,ax, garden tcS
new -foot cross cut taw 2
gold mounted dishes and o'th?
olshea and glassware, and nu
tf other things.
Be On Time
Tuesday.. 1:30 p.m. April It
1561 Xonh Front Street
Mrs. O.W. Hedrick
Thone 510 or 5n
"Woodry Buys Everything
Office 330 Phones Residence 32TV.
Early Rose, Burbank, Pride of Multnomah. Only a few left
R. S. McNeil & Co.
Bring us your eggs
261 Court Street
Now is the time you want
Canvas ... .
Canvas Leather Face
8ATIVOAY. 401 FERRY STREET
1:30' p. m.
une pair good hiules, 4 and 0 years
old, weight 2500 pounds; one light
wagon, one heav7 wagon; 4 pairs har
ness; 1 gang plo; 2 buggies; 2 gas
engines; One blaikemlth forge; 2
Dining tables, clocks, dressers, rock
ers, sewing machine.
404 Ferry St.
Owing to numerous requests
from patrons, we again offer
for three days Thursday,
Friday and Saturday.
Our best quality Crepe de
Chine and Georgette Crepe
40 inch All Silk Crepe de Chine
40 inch All Silk Georgette Crepe
Extra Special, per yard
COLORS WHITE MAISE ECRU BLACK FLESH
NAVY COPEN . PINK OLD ROSE BROWN
NILE CORAL SALMON, ETC.
Our Prices Always The Lowest
Gale & Company
Formerly. Chicago Store
Com'l. and Court Sts.
Saem BUSkllS Mb
Dress shoes from
Work shoes, from
. $3.98 to $9.90
.$3.25 to $7.90
All leather 59c, 69c, 79c, 98c, $1.19, $1.23,
and j23 .
$2.49; and the best horeehlde....... $190
A fine auto dog-hide gauntlet at $3.9S
iPearl Tanioca. lh .13cs
J Pearl Barley, pkg ........lac
I split Peaa, lb 10c
Jap Rice, lb. ........ u.... 13c
Head Rice , ..18c
Commercial Street at Chemeketa New fresh Peanut Butter, lb. 22c
We deliver all orders over $1 free
98c t $7.90
Work Shirts in Khaki, Blue, Grey and
.........9Sc, $1.20, $1.49 and $1.98
I By looking over our
I T - wr pnces WUh 'hot they are
"ln ckewhere, you will be CONVIXC
KD OF THK WONDERFUL VALUF?
. black ...
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m . 11 11 U 1 1S1 li il ST- ; V"-.'W-'
R Iff I 1141 A M II 1 1
QA Hation-avide JnsiitTttin
2 cans Sun Rise Milk 25c
6 cans Sun Rise Milk 73c
12 cans Sun Rise Milk $1.40
2 cans Carnation Milkv. 27c'Commercial Street at State,
6 cans Carnation Milk 78c j Phone 186
12 cans Carnation Milk $1.50 j Phone C. 0. D. orders early
Case Sun Rise Milk .$5.50 . , '
Case Carnation Milk $5.85 Canned Fish
t Eagle Milk, can 27c canned tlStl
i 4 cans $i;o3 Pieces tall minced '
.We believe now is the time to lams- 2 for 35c
i buy a supply of Milk. iot.ter Clams, new pack just
! It Pfi? - - 10c 2 pkgs Shredded Wheat 27c
Lard and CnmnnnnJ'Li!" 1&2 Ps. Puffed Wheat 27,
"uuii, mil MC n i . .
v. . p . . I Large Red Salmon, can 36c pkgs Kellogg 3 26c
No. 5 Pure Lard $1.25il lb. Pink Salmoncan Post Toasties 26c
No. 10 Pure Lard $2.43,3 cans Sardines Ralston Bran, Pkg "20c
o Pounds . - ...Sl.W
Bring container for 5 pound
lot or over.
Crown Flour, sack $3.35
Olympic Flour, sack $3.20
is all fresh, im H rBtlc Jfiour, sack Hu
stock. (Diamond C, sack $2.85
Corn Meal, fresh, sack 60:
8 lbs. Cottolene . $2.50
4 lbs. Cottolene $1.30
Royal Purple; regular $1.50
broom, special $1.27
You will find this the best
broom the market affords.
We have a limited amount nf
Swift's White Soap for Satur
2 oz. Pepper, can
20c'2 0Z- Iustard can
,Tf y . "vv.rt v , ill
Chnmll. if jiveuogg'8 Bran 19(.-oz. nutmeg, can 1J-
LnOCOlate and COCO jQuaker Oats, large ...ZZ.37cl2 oz- Ctonanion &
1 lb. Guardiellis rhAPnio .0.Keero Oats, larce ... "'"qsni2 oz. Cloves :
?f-C-uardielli3 Chocolate $1.15 !PeParls of Wheat .... 35c!2 oz- Giner I5
1-2 lb. Hershey Coco oKiFlan .Tav pu. i2 10c
J?JiV:: ?akeI 35c Olympic Pancake VU' oi2 oz. Back Eke Vanilla 23c
1 lb. RSSffio. 10 Bag Pancake7louZ?oc'GoId Star Lemon, 2 1-2 oz 2
1 lb. best quality bulk coco"35cl2 pkgs Grape uta 35c'Royal BakinS Powder S9c
Pkgs Puffed Rice .. 35c!5 lbs- Crescent .:
2 Minute Oats ."!"."' 20c!1 lb" nt - 2?
Bulk Cream Rolled Oats jMapleine, 2 ozs 35c
pounds .... o-.:J ids. i-resh Ku k Coftee... "'
R- This is fresh stock.
io. can Koyal Club Lottee
I ay at. W bars $1.00 Pfir p-
IRoyal White Soan. 17 for lll ? : 23c
o , . '" niMni rostnm ni- ......
o.uv monany 16 for $l.O0,30c size Instant Postum o,Hominy Grits .
- - ,lu t 20Ci"v" " ntny jeu,
Palm Olive, 3 for .. 25c U 2, pk?s JeU -- "7c
Ivory Soap, 6 for Beans
r 1 ... . ,. . "jute.
Grape Fruit. ' "a,M "w U1". good, 5 lbs 43c
Ivory Soap, 12 for " "t, m fcD0LGellatine' - Z v
Ivory Soap Flake, 3 for Gks
$ lbs. M. J. B $l f
1 lb. Power Steel cut -
1 lb. G. A 50e
1-2 lb. Lipton's Tea 42i
1 lb. Lipton's Tea - :
1-2 lb. Tree Tea, sreen 35c
".y nnKS, 5 J03 ....43c