Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, April 09, 1914, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOTTSNAL, BALEM. ORFOON. THURSDAY, APRIL 9. 1914.
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Hill Declares Great Northern Cannot
Afford to Operate Its Big Steam
ships for Nothing.
ALSO IT IS WOBTH SOMETHING "
TO SEE THIS COAST SECTION
Believes Travelers Will Be Willing to
Pay for Making Trip Over the
Southern Pacific Lines.
PortlanJ, Or., April 9. Louis W. Hill,
president of the Great .Northern, denied
today that his line will smash rates
wten the two new steamships, connect
ing with the Hill road at Astoria, arc
placed in operation to San .Francisco
during the exposition. .. . . -.
"Neither are we going to absorb tb9
Southern Pacific 'a ' arbitrnrj ' on the
Portland-San Francisco haul. It i9
worth something to see this northwest
ern country, and travelers will be will
ing to pay for it. It is worth some
thing to carry people between Portland
end San Francisco, and tho Southern
Pacific is entitled to its revenue."
Hill stated that the two steamers to
run between Astoria and San Francisco
will cost $5,000,000 and that " the Great
Northern could not afford to operate
for nothing."
FATALLY WOUNDS WOMAN AND
STABS SELF AFTER QUARREL
Seattle, Wash., April 9. As the tho
result of what the police term a tragic
misunderstanding, Mrs. Carl Tengreen,
aged 22, lies unconscious in tho Noble
hospital here today, suffering from bill
He wounds which probably will result
fatally, and Victor Hammer, a cook in
the Savoy hotel, is in the city hospital
with a stab wound in the left breast.
Statements of Mrs. Tengreen during
lucid intervals at the hospital accuse
Hammer as the man who fired five
shots at her as she hurried up a narrow
trail to her home at 1:30 o'clock this
morning, after leaving a Westlake car.
The police declare that Hammer at
tempted suicido after the shooting.
Bleeding from a stab wound in the
breast hp was found two hours after
the shooting, on the porch of G. K.
Wood, a contractor.
A blood 8tuinod knifo was found on
the lawn, bearing out the suicide the
ory. The injured woman told the police
the man sprang out at her without a
word of warning, and, after shooting
her, choked her as she fell to the
ground.
MILLION DOLLARS DAMAGE
RESULT OF COLD WEATHER
Dallas, Texas, April 9. The damage
to the peach crop and other small
fruits as a result of the coldest April
weather in 20 years, was fixed todav
at $1,000,000. The temperature at Abi
lene today was 26 degrees above zero.
MAY RELEASE "MOTHER" JONES.
Denver, Colo., April 9. A writ of ha
beas corpus for the release of "Moth
er" Jones, the famous strike leader
was issued today by the supreme court
It is returnable in ten days.
I
a grass!
;
Blushing is likely to strain
widow's complexion.
There is Only One
That Is
Laxative Bromo Quinine
USED THE WORLD OVER TO CURE A OOLO IK OKE DAY.
Always remember the full name,
for this signature on every box.
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PAGE INCIDENT CLOSED.
Washington, April 9. That the
speech of American Ambassador Page,
at London, in which reference to the
Panama canal were maid that aroused
much discussion and criticism of the
ambassador, is a closed incident, was
the statement of members of both the
.house and senate foreign committees
today.
WILL HOLD NIGHT COURT.
Los Angeles, Cal., Apiil 9. Superior
Judge Monroe hns announced today
that he will hold night sessions of h s
department for the benefit of working
women who wish to tile complaints
against husbands who fail to provide
for their children. The night court will
be open only to women who are em
ployed in the day time. The first ses
sion will begin tomorrow evening at 7
o'clock.
There is but littlo hope for an old
bachelor who can't induce a spinster
on the shadv side of 40 to mam' him.
HOW TZ" GLADDENS
TIRED. ACHING FEET
"O, Girls," Don't Have Sore Puf fed
up, Sweaty, Calloused Feet or Corns
Just try "TIZ."
!
Ah, what relief. No more tired feet; I
no more burning feet; no more swollen, ,
uain in corns, callouses or bunions. No
matter whit ails vour feet or what nn" i
rr e Tun vou'vo tried
reUe M?rt M- 'm"
ttvV
II is the only remedj that draws ,
out ell the ponous exudat.ons wh.ch ,
Pu" uP.the fe.rt! J!1?. .!? roag; i
"TIZ" ia grand; "TIZ will cure your
foot troubles so you'll never limp or
draw up your face in pain. You shoos
won't seem tight and your feet will
never, never hurt or get soro, swollen
or tired. Think of it, no more foot mis
ery; no more burning corns, callouses
or bunions.
Get a 2o-cent box at any ding store
AM t t nL innlnut
i" will cure your;
f- . Vl: . ." .' r " 'iV-;.
only 25 cents. Think of it!
SENATE REFUSES TO CONFIRM
NOMINATION OF M'NALLY.
Washington, April P. Bv a vote of
20 to 24, the senato refused yesterday
my foot V )
hut dune." H upF( J
afterftoon to confirm the nomination oats and vetch, $10(o M; cheat, (lOfttll;
of James C. McNally to be consul at valley grain hay, $1C til3.50.
Nuremburg, Germany. McXally had Oats No. 1, white, fof525.50 per
been accused of "holding back" part ton. "
of the price of a piece of property ha Barley Feed, 22.50 per ton; brew
held for a friend in China when ho ine, nominal, rolled. (25.
was consul there. He was acquitted j
of the charge, however, by the state'
department after two separate- trials.
Look
25c.
HURLED DOGS AT HERIiREAL ESTATE TRANSFERS !
IT
; Mia. Lswler Admit Shot Went Wild,
However, and Her Pet Dog's Ufa
i Was Sashed Out On Wall.
BULLDOG ALSO MISSED HER
f BOX STRUCK HEB FEIEND
Shower of Caiiina Missiles Descended
On Her Because She Laughed at
His Appearance In Bathrobe.
Los Angeles, Cal., April 9. Mrj.
Teresa Kelly Lawler, daughter of th
late Mike Kelly, Illinois coal baron an. I
I friends of "Untie Joe" Cannon, is sn
' nig William E. Lawler for divorce in
the superior court here today. Lawlo.
' has filed an answer containing general
denials of his wife's charges.
J Among other things, Mrs. Lawler al
leged that her husband hurled her per
i dog at her head, but the shot was wild
and the animal's life was dashed out
against the wall, fche claims that mi
: another occasion he hurled a bull dog
'at her but missed again, the dog hitting
; her friend, Miss Moore.
I The shower of canine missiles was
i thorwn upon her, Mrs. Lawler alleged,
i because she laughed at the apoearauec
, her spouse made when lashed inside a
bathrobe.
KILLED BY TRIBESMEN.
Rabat, -Morocco, April 9. Their
motor becoming disabled while they
were making an aeroplane flight near
Zenmour yesterday, Captain Herve, a
French military aviator, and a lieu
tenant who accompanied him made a
successful glide to the desert, where
tribesmen captured them, tortured thera
frightfully and finally cut them to
pieces.
THRIFTY LOGGER WILL WED.
"Aberdeen, Wash., April 9. After ac
cumulating $10,000 through hard work
and thrift, Victor Johnson, a logger, is
en route to Hlosingfors, Finland, to
claim the bride who has been waiting
for him for 20 years. He had prom
ised to return, for her at the end of
that timo with a fortune.
RECALL ELECTION ASSURED.
Everett, Wash., April 9. Containing
16S7 names, or more than required by
law, petitions for the recall of Mayor
Christensen and Alexander Thompson,
commissioner of public works, have to- j money order from $7 to $70, H. A.
day been filed with the city clerk, I Hartuache, 8si6tant postmaster hero,
who today commenced to check the I for the past five years, was placed un
siguatures with the registration lists, i dnr arrest today.
Easter Will Soon Be Here
No time left to delay for Fashion says we must don our new
attire by Easter.
Save time by shopping with a definite purpose. Shop through
the advertising columns of your newspaper.
Sco what is being advertised and where it is to be found. Pick
out the offers hat seem to suit your desires and buy accordingly.
Time is saved and money is saved.
Certainly you have the satisfaction of knowing you are dealing
with a live, "daylight" man when you patronize one who advertises.
The Markets
Wheat is dead so lar as movement
is concerned but prices are unchanged.
Goat shearing is progressing rapidly
and will soon be completed. Groweis
are not anxious to sell and 2" cents
fail to tempt most of them to let go.
A car load of strawberries will arrive
in rortuiuu Jrruiav morning, anu wi'i
bo placed on the market at $1.75 th.i
cmte. Hood River is supplying tho
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E'; the e'oa. En
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dcn,an:1 ;,ca'""S P the surplus when
Little is doing in hops, and such sales
h;ve been made show prices at
t (J A pool of 5371 bales
js) , California for the purposj
0f hiostir, ..rices. Mutter l stia.lv at
n- . ,, ... . , ;
J ccnis iui 1'iims ami iui tuueo.
PORTLAND MARKETS.
Wheat Track prices: Club 93 cents.
rsiuosiera, xonyioiu, wic; ilea
Hussion, 92; Valley. Viz.
Millstuffs Bran, 23.65
I shorts $26: middlings, $31
per
t lour Patents, $4.0 per
barrel;
valley,
wheat
straights, $4.20; exports, $3.S0
4.80:
graham, $4.t!0: whole
$5.00.
Corn
ton.
-Whole, $24; cracked, $35 per
Hay Fancy Idaho timothy, $16.50:
fancy eastern Oregon timothy, $14.00,
timothy and clover, $14(Wlo; timothy
and alfalfa, $1315; clover, (3.50 10:
Groceries, Dried Fruits, Etc.
Dried Fruits Apples, 10c per lb.;
currants, 10c; apricots, 12o14c; peach
es, Sttille; prunos, UalianrsffllOc: sil
ver, 18c; figs, white and black, 6'a(i?
7c; raisins, loose Muscatel, 64
7Vjc; bleached Thompson, HVic; un
bleached Sultanas, 8'sc; seeded7'ii
8',ie.
Fruits and Vegetables.
ureen rruit Apples, 75to.2.Z3 per
ooxj grapes, Malagas, tiwav per keg;
Emperors, $4 per keg; cranberries, (12
(a?12.50 per barrel; poors, (11.50.
Potatoes Oregon, 7o per ewt;
sweets, fl.i per crate.
unoins uregon, S3.Zo(aS3.S0 per
SCK.
Dairy and Conn try Produce.
Butter Creamery prints, extra, Z5i
pr pound; cubes, 22e,
J. E. Scott et ux to Fred Scottt et
us, half interest in I. 44, 45, 74 and 73
in Sunnyside F. F. No. 3. 10.
Pacific Mates Security Co., to A. S.
Fisher, L 3 and 4 B 10 Kiverview Park
Add. 10.
F. S. Lawrence et nx to W. V. John
son et ux, 5 A in Claim No. 42, T 7 8
R 3 W. 5,0UO.
H. L. Rose et ux to J. W. Gerber et
ux, 30.75 A in sec 31 and 6 T 7 and S.
K 3 W. $1,5000.
H. L. Bight et ux to I E Linnville,
5 A T 8 S B 1 W. 11,000.
C. H. West et ux to G. II. Alexander,
1.09 A in T 8 8 B 2 V. 325.
F, W. Waters et ux to Capital Jour
nal Printing Co., L 6 B 4 Card well
Add. $10.
Ai Porter by sdmr to John Tgchnnta
et ux, 200 A in see Hi T 7 8 K 1 K.
$li,500.
J. M. Porter to John Tschantz et ux,
200 A is Bee 10 T 7 8 R 1 E. $10.
O. A. Lee et ux to Cyrus Cole 0
acres in Marion Co., Oregon, $000.
W. H. James et ux to J. Palmer One
half interest in 20.S0 acres in H. C.
Bicker's D. L. C.TU8R2 W. $1,050.
K. Babcock to O. T. Larson Fart
block 12, Myers Ad., $10.
M .U. Payne et ux to H. E. King et
al Lots 5 and 6, block 10, J. Myers
Add. $975.
A. Nibler et ux to T. J. Hall Lots
1 and 2, block 51, Ocrvais, $300.
M. Kohn et ux to P. Prantl et ux
10 aciv D. L. C. of Felix Coonse et
ux T 5 S R 1 W. $1,000.
P. Prantl et ux to M. Kohn et ux
100 acres A. F. Conse D. L. C. T 3 8 E
1 and 2 W. $7,000.
J. W. Ebncr et ux to J. J. Kcbcr
0.15 acres, section 4 T 6 8 S 1 W. $1.
J. W. Ebner et ux to J. Hufnngel
1.00 acres. Sec 3 T 3 b H 1 W. $10.
John Prantl, widower, to P. I'rantl et
ux 40 acres, Sec 12 T 0 8 R 1 W.
$1. '
HEIRESS ACCUSES TWO MEN
OF HAVING MISTREATED HER.
San Francisco, April 9. Samuel
I.iebman, a tuilor, aged 31, and Charles
Anderson, aged 23, a taxicab driver,
were arrested here yesterday on com
plaint of Heluen Hume, aged 17 years,
and daughter of the late Joseph Hume,
one time millionaire salmon packer
Tho men are charged with an offense,
similar to that with which Maury I.
Diggs and Walter Gilligan stand ac
cused by Miss Ida Pearring.
Miss Hume will come into a con
siderable fortune, left her by her
father, on her 18th birthday. Iu addi
tion, alio has an income of about $100
a month.
RAISES MONEY ORDER.
Port Townsend, Wash., April 9. On
a warrant charging him with raising a
Eggs Oregon ranch, 19c per dozen.
Cheese Oregon Triplets, 21c; Dai
sies, 17c; Young America, ISc.
Veal Fancy, 10U 11c ior pound.
Pork Fancy, 11c, per pound.
Provisions.
Hams 10 to 12 pounds, 181!)?:
14 lbs, 19((V20c; picnics, li'.'.c; cottage
roll, 17ic.
Ilacou ancy, "U (a) 27c; standard,
"ffiiw; f-ngi.sn, L'ue.
LnIT, ' ,!e C'"-
xiuys, worn, iuu.es, t,zc.
Hops-1913 crop, prime, 17t8c;
1914 contracts, 15c " '
Wool-Eastern Orcgr TUSc per
lb; vallev, 17 18c.
Mohair-Choice 2W-1e
' '
LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKET
. ,
nay, Timothy ...$15.00
! Clover, per ton $10fall
j Oats and vetch JUJO
! Wheat, per bushel H0c
: Bran, per ton 25.00
'Short.n. i.er tnn oV'n.i
",:OaU, per bushel 32
t hittim Bark, per lb 4Va(H5c
Cheat, per ton $13.00
Potatoes, per cwt 50W
Onions ......$3.25 sack
Butter and Eggs.
Buttcrfat, per lb., f. o. b. Salem....23c
Creamery butter, per lb 25c
Eggs - 17c
Poultry.
Hens, per lb 14 ;
Roosters, per lb ' .8-;
Steers.
Steers Ttfjgo
Cows, per cwt 5(S)Hc.
Hogs, fat, per lb . 8g!l:
Mock hogs, per lb 7w7',j
Ewes, por lb
Spring Iambs, per lb 8(aP':
Veal, according to quality Il(?l3c
Pelts.
Dry, por lb 8c
Salted country pelts, each ....C3c$I
Lamb pelts, each 25:
BOY KILLS ANOTHER.
Ban Francisco, April 9. While play
ing with a revolver at his home here
yesterday afternoon, Raymond Crowlev,
aged nine, shot and probably fatally
wounded Frank Rojat, aged five.
A mother not only thinks her children
popular with the neighbors, but ilw
imagines them so smart that all her
acquaintances envy tbem.
How Did He KnowT
I l, ;4 l
I I 1 tl I I
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Dad (meaningly) Who Is the laziest
boy hi your class, Wlille?
Wlllie-I don't know.
I:id 1 should think you would know.
Who Is It sits Idly lu his Kent and
watches the rest instead of working
himself?
WllllcThe teacher.-St Paul News.
Plain Sailing.
"Don't you find that rising In tho
army Is rather slow?"
"Xot In my cuse. I belong to the
aviation corps." St Louis Globe-Democrat
Where It Pains Most.
Mamma Remember, Willie, this
hurts uiammu more thnu'it does yon. T.
Willie Ves, mnybe, but it doesn't
leave blisters on you. Philadelphia
Ledger.
SICK, SOUR SIOiCH
Time It! "Pape's Diapepsln" Makes
Your Upset, Eloated Stomach
Feel Fine in Five Minutes.
"Really docs" put bud stomachs in
order "really does" overcome indi
gestion, dyspepsia, gns, heartburn and
sourness in five minutes thnt just
that makes Pnpo's Dinpepsin the lar
gest selling stomach regulator in the
world. I what you cat ferments into
Htulihnm linmiq. vmi belch rrnu 11 mi
eructate sour, undigested food and acid; j
head is dizzy and aches; breath foul;,
tongue coated; your insiiles filled with I
bile nnu indigestiblo waste, renieuiober
the moment "l'npe 's Dinpepsin" conies
in contact, with the sttmiucli all such
distress vanishes. It's truly astonish
ing almost marvelous, n;;d tho joy
is its hnrmlessiicss.
A large 50-cent case of I'upe's Diu
pepsin will give you a hundred dollars'
worth of satisfaction or your druggist
hands you your money back.
It's worth its weight in gold to men
and women who can't get their stom
achs regulated. tl belongs in your
home should ahvny be kept handy in
case of a sick, sour, up'-et stomach dur
ing the day or at night. It 's the qnick-
rst, surest and most harmless stomach
doctor in tho world.
PROPOSES GOVERNMENT EN
GAGE IN COASTWISE TRADE.
Washington, April S. A bill propos-
ling that the govcrnmentd engage
coastwise trade, in a limited way, by ;
extending the route of government ves
sels, now plying between New York
and Colon, to the principal ports on 1
the Pacific coast, was introduced iu
the house yesterday afternoon by Rep
resentative Church of California. It
also provided that mails, parcel post
packages, pussengers and government
freight be carried on this line as a
subsidiary of the Panama railroad com
pany, now controlled by the govern
men. A SURE REMEDY.
"What's the matter, . Bill?"
said one friends to another tho
other day, "you look terribly
blue and worried?"
"I'm only worried because my
wife is without help again and ul
though she expected new girls
yesterday they failed to show
up," replied .Bill.
"That 's unfortunate," (aid his
friend, "but it's mighty lucky
you can find others so quickly
through a little Want Ad. My
wife had the same trouble once,
then a friend told her of the
Journal Want Ads and she has
never allowed the servant ques
tion to bother her since."
Read and use the Journal Want
Ads and forget your troubles.
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For Good Friday. Send us your orders now in order
to insure prompt delivery. The demand is greater than
the supply.
BcassQaaaasaasszzassESSQSQ
Per Dozen
Delivered Friday and Saturday. Watch this space for
Easter delicacies.
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Grocery
Phones 1885-1886.
flPWRSI
FRTJITLAND CORNERS.
Fine prospect for fruit.
Fred Honey mado a trip
to Polk'
county Inst week.'
Fred Gerig has been helping Fred
DcVreis clear luud nith his grubbing
mnchine.
F. B. Alvord hns with his family,
moved to falem. Ho is employed at
the Spaulding lumber mill.
William Donaldson has recently pur
chased another team of horseu.
School is progressing finely under
tho euro of Professor Boyi.igton, who
has charge of the higher grades and
Miss I.ias, who has tho primary depart
ment. Mrs. C. A. Bake has removed from
Salem to her farm cast of tho school
house.
Mr. Anderson hns lately purchased
some timber lund of William Mclhvuin
north of the church.
Aug. Doney is planning to go to Cali
fornia to tnko up mining, that being
his former occupation. . -
A basket social is to be held at
Bethel school house on the evening of
April 18, suys an announcement on tho
boards.
When a man in a small town brings
homo a bride from tho city, all th-j
native women find fault with her
clothes.
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A WIDE WINDOW. 4
The Want Ad pnges of this 1
paper give you a daily view of f
u big market place. There you T
seo tho buyer and the seller, I
those who seek and those who 4
have, meeting on common ground 1
supplying each other's needs at a X
minimum of expenso and effort.
You nro a member of this ex- 1
change in which there are no en-
franco fees, or annual dues and
then only when you have some I
special want to express and then
the cost is n matter of a few
cents only. "
Cultivate tlio profitable habit
of reading and using the Jour- t
mil Want Ads. m
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EASTER
This is headquarters for millinery. Nice up to the min
ute Headpieces. Sure to please. Best of materials
Low Prices
Little Hats for Little Tots
We e Showing a big display of children's hats. Nice
new creations. Little hats at little prices
We sell trimmings and flowers in great variety. New
fancy ribbons; direct from the silk mills. Ycu
save the middleman's profits here.
Easter Gloves
Big assortment of Fabric Gloves.
Ladies' Gloves from 25c pair up.
Ladies' Long Si!k Lisle Gloves at 50c pair.
Ladies' Long Chamois Suede Gloves, 50c, 38c pr.
Ladies' Long Silk Gloves at $1 and 75c pair. .
Lots of New Dry Goods
Rostein & Greenbaum
240, 246 Commercial St.
Co
410 State Street
SALEM
Tues., April
3 Rin Wild Animal
Ml NEW SHOW
250 WUD ANIMAL
. ACTORS
Mere Than Al! Othsr
Shows Combined !
FINEST HORSfS wfMTf
TiVOiPertormances!
New Street Parade KM.
HATS
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