Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, March 02, 1914, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, MABCH 2, 1914.
JA63 ITO
A Broken Line of
WOMEN'S
AND CHILDREN'S
UNDERWEAR
Values from 1 8c to $1 .25, now
10c a Garment
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION SALE
OF HOPS.
Notice is hereby given that there
will be Bold at public auction to the
highest biddor for cash in hand, at the
hour of 12 o'clock, noon, on Thursday,
March 5, 1914, at the office of Joseph
Harris, Salem Bank Sc Trust Company
building, Salem, Oregon, ninety-three
(93) bales of hops of the crop of 1913.
These hops were prime, and prime to
choice, but the same were damaged in
transit by the sinking of a boat on the
Willamette river. They have been re
dried and re-baled in new cloth, and
otherwise in merchantable condition.
Samples of these hops may be inspect
ed at the office of Harry L. Hart, in
Worcester block, Portland, Oregon, and
also in the office of Joseph Harris, in
the Salem Bank & Trust Company
building, Salem, Oregon.
T. BOSENWALD & CO.,
By Joseph Harris, Agent.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will be received by the
County Court of Marion County, Ore
gon, for the improvement of certain
roads in Road District No. 10 near Mt.
Angel, Oregon, by -re-surfacing and
macadamizing the same, as will more
fully appear by the plans and specifi
cations of the same now on file in this
office. All bids must be accompanied
by a certified check of five per cent.
(5) of the amount of such bid and
mtiBt be filed in this office on or
before the 20th day of March, 1914,
at 1 o'clock P. M. The Court reserves
the right to reject any or all bids.
MAX GEHLHAR,
County Clerk.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Comity Court of Marion County, Ore
gon, for the improvement of certain
roads in Road District No. CO near
Mnclcay, Oregon, by re-surfacing and
gravelling the name, as will more fully
appear by the plans and specifi
cations of the same now on file in this
office. All bids must be accompanied
by a certified check of five per cent.
(5) of the amount of such bid and
must be filed iu this office on or
before the 20th day of March, 1914,
at 1 o'clock P. M. The Court reserves
the right to reject any or all bids.
MAX GEHLHAR,
County Clerk.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will bo received by the
County Court of Marion County, Ore
gon, for the improvement of certain
roads in Road District Xo. 2, nesr
Hubbard, Oregon, by draining, grading
and gravelling the same, as will moro
fully appear by the plans and specifi
cations of the same now on file In this
office. All bids must be accompanied j
hy a certified check of five per cent.
(.'7( ) of the amount of such bid and '
must be filed in this office on or
before tho 20th day of March, 1914,
at 1 o'clock P. M. The Court reserves
the right to reject any or all bids.
MAX GEHLHAR,
County Clerk.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
, Sealed bids will oe received by the
County Court of Marion County, Ore
gon, for the improvement of certain
roads in Road DisUict No. 24 near:
Sublimity, Oregon, by draining, grading '
and gravelling or macadamizing the i
same, as will more fully appear by the I
plans and specifications of the same I
now on file in this office. All bids j
must bo accompanied by a certified
cheek of five ier cent. (7t) of the
amount of such bid and must be filed
in this office on or before tho 20th
day of March, 1!U, at 1 o'clock P. M.
The Court reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
max r.:-;irui.vn,
County Clerk.
JOURNAL WANT ADS. bring results.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will be received . by the
County Court of Marion County, Ore
gon, for the improvement of certain
roads in Road District No. 28 near
Salem, Oregon, by grading, graveling
and macadamizing the same, as will
moro fully appear by the plans and
specifications of the same now on file
in this office. All bids must be ac
confpanied by a certified chteck of
five per cent. (5) of the amount of
such bid and must be filed in this
office on or before the 20th day of
March, 1914," at 1 o'clock P. M. The
Court reserves the right to reject any
or all bids).
MAX GEHLHAR,
County Clerk.
'S
(Continued from page one.)
the Washington administration decided
not to send the commission to Chihua
hua City, preferring to settle the Ben
ton controversy through diplomacy.
Carden Denounces Carranza.
New Orleans, March 2. "Brazen ef
frontery," was Sir Lionel Carden 1s
characterization here today of General
Carranza 's denial of the United States'
right to investigate the Benton case,
coupled with his demand that England
communicate directly with him (Car
ranza), if itt wanted an inquiry into the
circumstances of its citizen's death.
President Huertrn, said the British min
ister to Mexico, has "made material
and substantial progress."
Rebels Win Eloody Battle.
Brownsvilel, Texas, March 2. That
the rebels had captured Lampazas, Mex
ico, after a bloody battle, in which tho
federals were completely routed, was
announced in messages received here
today. Another battle was reported
from Rodriguez, where, it was said,
the rebels under General Murgia cap
tured 50 federal soldiers, including the
three officers, who were executed later.
Pays for Privilege.
Nogales, Sonora, March 2. In exile
for more than a year, Manual Masca
ronas, multi-millionaire catle baron,
was restored to his Mexican rights to
day by General Carranza, upon his
agreement to pay $1000 monthly into
the constitutionalist treasury. Masca
renas owns thousands of acres in North
ern Sonora, and was considered to be
the wealthiest man in Northern Mexico,
with the exception of Luis Terraas. He
is with his family in San Francisco.
NOTABLE FAMILIAR QUOTATIONS
j -m ,he bpst president Mexico ever
had. Hucrta.
Shell out. Villa. .
Let 'em keep out of tho way, then,
Speed Maniac.
So this is Sing Sing. New York rood
contractor.
One-two-throe-four, dip. Almost
anybody.
Shocking. Anthony Comstock.
What d'ya mean, guilty T New York
Ward Boss.
I have nothing to iayChnrles F.
Murphy, Tammany Boss.
The most popular
tea in tea drinking
countries
England' favorite for over
, 70 years
I
E
FOR $15,000 DAK
Alice E. Kennedy Denies She Accused
Mary Kelly of Immoral Conduct
With Her Husband.
SAYS SHE FOUND MISS KELLY
SITTING ON KENNEDY'S LAP,
Accused Young Woman of Immorality
Only When Plaintiff and Defend
ant Were Alone.
Through her attorney, Carey F. Mar
tin, Alice E. Kennedy, the defendants
the $15,000 personal damage suit re
cently commenced in the circuit court
by Mary Kelly, has filed an amended
answer in which she aska that the ac
tion be dismissed on several grounds
set forth.
Mrs. Kennedy recently obtained a
decree for divorce from her husband,
Thomas N. Kennedy, and later, she
alleges, in her amended answer, her
former husband and others induced
Mary Kelly, the plaintiff, to institute
suit for damages in the sum of $15,000
for personal injuries by reason of some
remarks alleged to have been made re
garding the plaintiff by Mrs. Kennedy
prior to the latter 's divorce trial.
In the complaint filed for damages,
Mary Kelly avers that Mrs, Kennedy
accused her of immoral conduct with
the defendant's former husband, with
the result that plaintiff was injured
and humiliated to the extent of the
damages prayed for.
Denies Allegations.
The defendant alleges in her answer
that she did lot accuse Mary Kelly
of being several things mentioned in
the complaint by plaintiff but admits
saying that the plaintinff was "not
a good woman." Mrs. Kennedy, in
a further and separate answer, states
that her reasons for saying the plain
tiff was not a good woman are that
the defendant filed, suit for divorce,
and found the plaintiff sitting upon
Kennedy's lap and associating with
him in a manner she did not believe
was moral.
Mrs, Kennedy further avers in her
answer that . the prosecution for
damages is not being brought in good
faith by the plaintiff for the reason
defendants made no slanderous state
ments concerning Mary Kelly and ac
cused her of immorality only when
plaintiff and defendant were alone and
in private.
Plaintiff asks' that the action be dis
missed.
CAPITAL CITY ROD AND GUN
CLUB SHOOTS FIRST OF SIX
EVENTS FOR DUPONT TROPHY.
The Capital City Rod and Gun club
pulled off a good shoot Sunday. Tho
score:
Pete Holihan, who shoots for tho
Dul'ont Powder company, broko US out
of .100; Veatch, 88; Siddall, SO; Wbar-
ley, 74; Wilson, 72; Hubbnrd, 70;
Emmott, 70; Stanton, GS; Jones, 07;
Smith, 02; Hawthorn, 55; 'Wiggnns, 45;
King, 50. Tho high scores were made
by Holihan, Veatch and Siddall, each
getting 24 out of 25 targets, They
alo shot tho' first of tho six events
for the 1014 Dul'ont trophy, Siddall
being high man, Veatch and .Wilson,
second and Wluirlcy third. This
promises to be a warm contost.
DR. PATTERSON 10 TALK
WILL BE SPEAKER OF EVENING
AT SESSION OF MEN'S LIBERAL
CLUB WEDNESDAY.
Dr. Gaylord H. Patorson, dean of
tho college of liberal artB of Willa
mette University, will be tho speaker
of tho evening at the meeting of the
Men's Liberal club at Unity church,
corner of Cottage and Chemckcta
streets, next Wednesday evening.
Dr. Peterson will discuss tho sub
ject, "Effect of Unrestricted Immi
gration on tho Pacific Coast." This
is a subject commanding especial in
terest with tho opening of tho Panama
canal, which promises to pour a largo
stream of immigration on the Pacific
shores from the countries of Europe,
In the chair of social and political
science Dr. Patterson has given study
to immigration problems, and his al
drew is expected to be of unusual in
terest. The club will discuss the topic as an
open forum after the speaker ha
I finished, In accordance with the usual
rule, at its meeting. Tho mooting
will be open to the public, all men in
terested being invited.
Medford property owners havo ap
pointed a ronunitteo to work in con
nection with the assessor in equalizing
' assessments.
BY BOYS FOND OF WEED
Smoking Material Included In Loot Se
cured From Grocery Store of A.
Daue & Son, South Salem.
CLUE IS GIVEN BY MAN
WHO WAS IN VICINITY
Saw Two Boys Ride Away With Pack
ages About 10 O'clock and Capture
May Be Effected.
The grocery store of A. Daue & Son,
South Commercial street, was burglar
ized last night and several articles
taken. The loot included four $1
watches, 50 cigars, a dozen pipes, three
and one-half dozen knives, a dozen of
which were pearl-handled, a dozen pack
ages of cigarettes and $1.50 in money.
The robbers tried to pick the lock of
the back door and failed. They then
cut the panel and entered the building.
A South Salem resident say two boys
ride away on bicycles from the build
ing about 10 o'clock last night. They
carried packages. They were about 17
years old, and, it is believed, can be
identified Lundberg, the man who
saw them. 1
Daue & Son are convinced that the
robbery was the work of boys. Since
the sale of tobacco was forbidden hero
to boys under 15 years, some of the lads
addicted to its use have used desper
ate means to secure it.
BOISE GUN CLUB LEADS
IN INTERSTATE SHOOT
CN1TED PliESS LEA BED Willi.
Portland, Or., March 2. The Boise,
Idaho gun club is leading the interstate
telegraphic trap shoot league with the
average of 116.0, as the result of its
victory in yesterday's match. The
Idaho club's Beore yesterday wag 117
against Portland's 116.
The Salt Lake City teem registered
a score one point below Portland. The
other scores are Seattle and San Diego
113 each. ..
The averages of thel toams for the
two matches are Boise 116.0; Portland
114.5; San Diego 114.5; Soattle 114.0;
and Salt Lake City 113.0.
THE FIFTH AVENUE GIRL.
By Mary J, Atkinson.
A feather duster from her hat sticks
high into the air,
Her neck is harnessed peek aboo, or
else her thorat is bare.
The pollywogs upon her voil throw
sploshes o'er .harirfaco, .
Hor corsngo is a wild criss cross of
chiffon, Bilk and lace.
The sleeve is rather nondescript, at
wrist a flopping ruff,
Tho rest of her is tightly swathed in
slinky, clinging stuff.
Her sash, low fastened, bearB a knot
that bobs against hor knee,
There is no curve about her waist that
anyone can sen.
Her 'high-heeled patent leather feet can
senrce make out to wabblo,
So closely aro tho ankles tied within a
puckered hobble.
Thoso last look bare, but arc not so,
as everybody knows,
They're cased, if one looks sharp
enough, in gauzy silken hose.
In Winter there aro priceless furs, in
Summer ditto luce,
While jewels similar flash out from al
most any placo.
But after nil, there beats inside a heart
as good and truo
As thnt of any pretty girl that bothers
nie or you.
Sho'll settle down somo day and put
her fuiblolows asido
To trot her little boys about with nil
Cornelia's pride.
And when she's old sho'll criticise her
girls' new-fangled ways,
And tell them how much snner were
tho styles of olden days.
New York Times.
Iletter praise a man while ho Is nlivo
nnd nbuse him after ho is dead than
reverse the order.
Modern Bungalow
on Easy Payments
Only $200 down, balance $15 tier
month, just like rent. Price $1400.
Lots.
We have a beautiful lot corner 17th
and State, Price $1150; snap.
Farm Bargain,
The best 81 acre farm In tho valley.
Price $10,000; terms to suit. About 70
acres under cultivation, balance timber;
fair house, fine large barn, windmill,
good well and spring water. Look this
np.
Money to Loan.
We writo insurance and bonds.
Houses for Rout.
Bechtel & Bynon
347 State- Street.
SUITINGS
Waffle Checks
Dice Checks
Broken Checks
Ascot Checks
Peau de Piche
Peau de Chival
Matelasse
THE
Oriole
Eco Blue
Turco Red
Foxglove
i&
The Markets
PORTLAND MARKETS.
Wheat Track prices: Club, 80c; Blue
stem, 00c; Fortyfold, 00; Ked Ilussiun,
Vie; Valley, 00c.
Millstuffs lirnn, 2250 per ton, shorts
$2-1.50 middlings, $.'10.
I'lour Patents, $4.00 per barrel j
itraights, $1.00; exports, $3.C53.80;
valley, $4.00; graham, $4.00; whole
wheat, $4.80.
Corn Whole, 33.50; crackod, $33 por
ton.
Hay Fancy Jdnho timothy, $10.60;
fancy custom Oregon timothy, $14.00;
timothy snd clover, $14()lfi; timothy
nnd alfalfa, $1315; clover, $8.5010;
onU and vetch, $10ffill; cheat, 10(11;
valley grain hay, $1213.50.
Oats No. 1, white, $2525.50 por
:on.
Barley Feed, 22.50 per ton; brow
ing, nomimtl, rolled, $25,
Grocerlos, Dried Fruits, Etc.
Dried Fruits Apples, 10c per lb.j
currants, 10c; apricots, 1214c; poach
es, 8fi 1 1 c prunes, Italian, 8l0c; sil
ver, 18c; figs, white and black, O'jCw
7Vjc; raisins, loose Muscatel, Q(d)
7c; bleached Thompsou, HVjc; un
(leached Sultanas, 8VjC.i seeded, 7 Vi
rruiu snd Vegetable.
Green Fruit Apples, 7.1ft $2.2.1 per
box; grapes, Malagas, $7.50(i;!l per keg;
Kmpornrs, $1 per keg; cranberries, $12
12.50 per barrel; pears, $l(7i)1.50.
J'otatoes New, 80(i!90o per cwt.j
sweets, $2.25 per crate.
Onions Oregon, $3.2.'(fi $3.50 per
per sack.
Dairy snl Country Produce.
Butter Creamery prints, extra, 30o
per pound; cubes, I627c.
Eggs Oregon ranch, 2 1 e per dozen
Cheese Orogon Triplets, 21cj Dal
ties, 17c; Young America, IRa.
Veal Fancy, HCul-Uic per pound.
Pork Fancy, 11c per lb.
Provisions.
Hams 10 to 12 pounds, 18ll)c
141bs., 1020c; picnics, 14'jc; cottage
roll, 17!4e7
Hiicnn Fancy, 2I(u)27c; standard,
810c; English, 2122o.
Barnes' Cash Store
Is a Changed Place
It is more than six weeks since the contractors began to
raze, change and rebuild our store rooms. We've been silent
for that reason.
The entire store has been completely changed about Walls
were removed and large balconies built to increase floor
space. Dress goods and kindred lines have been placed and
arranged where the BEST OF DAYLIGHT affords easy se
lection a special favor to our lady patrons.
While there are still many changes to be made, we are now
in a position to look after our customers in a more creditable
manner. SPACIOUS AISLES, SPLENDID LIGHT, fresh spring
goods arriving daily and the lowest cash prices will, more than
ever, makes Barne's Cash Store the ideal shopping place. We
cordially invite you to come in without feeling in the least
under oblgiations to make purchases.
Of Special Interest
to Women
CORRECT WEAVES OF MATERIALS FOR
AREi
SILKS
Honeycomb Silk Crepe
Canton Silk and Wool Crepe
Printed Crepe
Crepe Meteor
Crepe de Chine
Printed Foulards
Waisting Plaids
Ratine
CORRECT COLORS AND SHADES ARE
Apricot
Hazel
Tango
Duck Blue
. Rosewood
Dame Fashion has decreed draped gowns and flaring
coats. These materials are especially adapted for such gar
ments and are now on display here.
0P
Lard In tierces, choice, 14Vjc; com
pound, D'Mc
Hops, Wool, ntdos, Etc.
Hops 1013 contracts, lOV-Uc; 191 1
contracts, 15c.
Wool Eastern Oregon, 10((p0o pai
lb. j vnlloy, lfl18c,
Mohair Choice, 20(fi)27c.
LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKET.
Hay, Timothy $15.00
llran, per ton 23.01
ShortH, per ton $27.00
Wlieut, per bushel 00c
Oats, pr bushel 32c,
Chiltlm Bark, per lb. 4Vi5c
Oats and vetch $13.50
Clover, per ton $ lOfu11
Cheat, per ton $13.00
Buttei and Eggs.
Iiuttorfut, per lb., f. o. b. Sulein....28c
Creamery liuttor, per lb 21te
Kgs 10c
Poultry.
Hens, por lb 14o
Iioosters( per lb Sc
Steers.
Steers .. ... 78
Cows, per ewt ............. 4(wM
Hogs, fat, per lb .......,..........80c
Stock ogs, per ft .. . 7 to 7H
Fwes, per lb .. ... ..4t
Spring lambs, per lb 4Vj5c
Veal, according to quality ,.Il13c
Ftlta.
Dry, per lb . St
Salted country pelts, each 05c(J3?t
Lamb pelts, each - Jt5
PROPOSALS INVITED.
The undersignod will rocoive bids up
to 5 o'clock p. m., Monday, March 2,
1014, for a twin cylinder motorcycle.
Said bids shall Include bids on the
city's slnglo cylinder "Indian" motor
cycle, to spply on purchase price of now
machine. The city reserves tho right to
reject any or all bids in tho interest of
tho city. CHAS. F. ELGIN,
City Hecorder.
Seattle votors are very changeable
In the estimation of Hi Gill or has
ho changed so mucht
Journal "Want Ads" bring results
SPRING 1914
Cactus Green
French Blue
Czarzina Green
Gold
Strawberries will soon bo in the local
mnrkets, but they will como from Cali
fornia, it is claimed tho season is nenr
ly a month curlier than usual.
Tho promoter Is a sort of drum major
of industry.
Household Worry
Is 99 Per Cent
Wash Day
Good Riddance by the Laundry
Remedy.
Linen, blankets, curtains ap
parelall come back beautiful
when we do your work.
Salem Steam Laundry
136 South Liberty Street
Phone 25
Dry Cleaning. Ask the Driver
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