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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY. SEPT. 17. 191 s.
' NEW TODAY
HAKBY Windowcleaner. Phone 768.
WANTED A oue-borse wagon. Phone
68F2. Sept 18
SEE MACK For chimney sweeping.
Fhone 19. Sept 17
OLD LUMBER for sale, cheap. Call
430 Court street. . . tf
FOR BENT Houseekeeping rooms. 336
North High. Phono 4. . tf
TRADE Horse for wood or hay, or
both. iWA tenter at oepi iu.
FOB RENT Rccms for house keeping,
furnished. Phono 2093M. tf
WANTED Twt men to work on straw
baler. Phone 84F2. Sept 18
FOB RENT Furnished housekeeping
room: clo30 in. Q. W. Johnson, tf
FOB SALE Good work team, weight
2700. R. W. Butt, pnone 213. SeptfU
ASH AND OAK WOOD At a bargain.
John H. Scott, phoue 1552. Sept 22
fl ROOM MODERN bungalow for rent
at 431 Front. Ennis D. Wait. Sept22
TWO GIRLS WANT WORK During
state fair. Phone 711 J, evenings.
FOR SALE Choice pointer dogs, train
to field work. Phone 24-F-2. Chas.
LOST Red Agate Stick Pin, with
gold mounting. Address "D, " this
LOST Boston pup, brindle and white,
Monday, return to 245 N. Liberty
street. ' Septl7
50 THOUSAND FEET of lumber for
sale cheap by M. A. Cady, corner 12th
and Ferry. i Sept 17
1 WILL NOT be responsible for debts
contracted only by myself. C. W.
Campbell. Sept. 21.
WILL TRADE oak wood for disc har
row, Oliver plow or platform scales.
Phoue 36F11. Septl7
WANTED Man wants plowing or oth
er farm work with team. Route 4,
Box .33, Salem, Ore. . tf
SALEM firm wishes to rent glass show
case for fair week. State price. Ad
dress 6. S., care Journal. Sept 18
FOR RENT Housekeeping -rooms for
ladies only. 910 N. Church, phone
745J, after 6 p. m. tf
,SEWJNG MACHINES One almost
new drophcad 10, and one new drop
Lead $16.00. 205 8. Church St. Sepl8
FOR SALE Good yonng team, half
Belgian, plow and drill. Jack. Miller,
Turner, Oregon. ' -- Septl7
WANTED TO RENT Farm, HO to
100 acres, three to five years. Within
10 miles of Saleme. H. U., care Jour
nal. WANTED Monday, September 20th,
at Salem Fruit Union, prune facers
and loganberry packers. Sulcm Fruit
Union. " Sept.17
ABOUT 25 ACHES of E. II. Jory pluce
for ren't including house and barn.
Call room 12, over Lndd & Bush
bank. Sopt 18.
ROUND TRP TICKET to Sun Fran
cisco exposition ten, on air line, rail
road $30. For sale at Fred's Night
FOR TRADE New International drop
head sewing machine, for old fir
wood, or crub oak. Call 554 Ferry
SMALL PLACE FOR SALE Or rent.
3 miles from Salem. Enquire John
Simon, West Salem, Oregon. Phone
AUTO TIRE PUNCTURES, blowouts,
etc., easily and quickly mended with
Para Oura. Sold at 105 S. Commer
WANTED On good security loans of
$S00, $700, $350 and $300, property
good and title perfect. Room 304 IT,
S. Bank BUlg. Septl7
FOR HALE One nice chiffonier $5.
one nice library table $5, and several
other pieces of furuiture. Cheap. 205
Church St. Sept 18.
MONEY TO LOAN $1,000 up to $10,-
000, on improved tiirms. mos. a.
Roberts, 209 U. 8. National Bunk
Bldg., Salem, Oregon Oct. 15
LOST Small, tan'-colorcd purse, con
taining gold crown for tooth and'
. about $0. .Kinder please return to
tnis office. Reward. Sept 20
TAKEN UP At my farm, Routo 8,1
Kaiser Bottom, one irongray and on'o
bav horse. Owner plenso call for same J
anil settle. O. O. JlcClellan. SeptlS,
WHY PAY MORE? The People's
Shop, 204 State. Shave 10c, haircut'
20c, children's hair cut 15c. No un
moral talking in this shop. Sept 1'
ROOMS FOR RENT Two pleasant j
riKi-ns, modern in every respecet, 4)
block north of state house, 1-2 block j
from carline, terms to suit. 840 j
Union street. ' ' i
CORDWOOD Nine cords big fir, god,
straight wood, 4 cords second growth,
fir, 2 cohIb grub oak. Three dollars,
cr cord oi the ground. Five mile"1
rom Salem. Good roads. Plxine,
45F24. Sept 18
MONEY TO LOAN On Improved
farms at 7 per cent annual interest.'
I am representing the Commerce Safo1
Deposit k Mortgage Co. of Portland,!
Oregon. Quick delivery of money.!
Writn m or cell at aMrion olltel. K.
T. Bergor, Salem, Oregon. tf
"OR SALE Four pure bred A. J. C. C.
Jersey bulls from 8 months to 2 years j
old. Sire of 3 of them is a son of
Colden Ulow' t hief. Dam of one
and Rraud dam of two Rave over 10,
0"0 lbs. of milk testing ovr 15 per
eent la one year. Priced reasonable to
move quick. Jos.' A. Ditter. Aums
ville, Ore. ' Sept 21 '
WILL HGHT DECREE
Confiscation of European Car
goes Will Be Resisted To
Last Ditch :
Chicago, Sept. 17. Big packing hous
es, wno suffered n-om yesterday's
British prize court confiscation of val
uable meat cargoes, planned today to
mane eariy protest to the British privy
council against the decision. Thev ex
pect to follow this with an insistent de
mand that the Btate department Drfotest
the decision upon' the ground that it
was a violation of international law and
a blow at the freedom of the seas.
Thirty-four ships loaded with Amer
ican meat have been seized by the Bri
tish since the fall of 1914. Packers ex
plained that four of these were confis
cated and carried cargoes valued at
$2,500,000, while the remaining thirty
are almost certain to be similarly con
fiscated. In that event, the total pack
ers' loss will be $14,000,000.
Packing representatives were admit
tedly pessimistic regarding the out
come of tho appeal to the privy coun
cil, and pointed out that this body has
seldom reversed the prize court decision.
They are determined, therefore, to'fight
through diplomatic channels.
C. J. Faulkner, representing the Arm
our company declared today that the
packers intend, however, to do all they
can through legal channels to force re
dress from Great Britain.
The apparent hopelessness of the task
however, was emphasized from the fact
that he and Henry Veeder, Swift &
Co. 's representative, will go to Wash
ington Sunday to confer with Secretary
of State Lansing.
Faulkner formally took issue with
the prize court decision, calling unreas
onable the deduction that the goods
were intended for Germany because of
Hie heavy increase in exports to con
tiguous territory. The increase in ship
ments to Denmark, he claimed, was due
to the fact that she was not receiving
her BRual supplies frum Germany. This
will be the chief argument which Faulk
ner and his assistant will present to
Secretary Lansing. Packers hinted that
tho blow comes "with mighty poor
grace" at a time when the allies are
attempting to float a big loan in this
They did not reply, however, to ques
tions of whether they will attempt to
fight the loan project in retaliation.
Nor would they say whether any, hesi
tation in shipping meat abroad under
present conditions would havo the ef
fect of lowering home prices.
For sour acid stomachs, gas and fer
mentation of food. A teuspoouful in a
fourth of a glass of hot water usually
gives INSTANT RELIEF. Sold by ail
druggists in either powder or tablet
form at 50 cents per bottle.
DO NOT FAIL
INA CLAIRE .
"The Puppet Crown"
Thrilling Plcturlzatian of a
. Famous Romance.
Howard fc Deborls
in comedy singing and funny say
ings featuring the ragtime model
Feature the Little Blond in
The Chimney Secret
Lady Raffles and Detective Dick.
, Heat Prof. W. II. Maeder
A 25 Cent Show for 10 Cents.
Where you get the first tlsss
vaudeville and good pictures. Re
member we never raise in prices,
always the same, 10e,
Liberal Element Had High
Hopes When Grand Duke
By J. W. T. Uuoa.
(Written for the United Press.)
New York, Sopt. 17. Czar Nicholas
has repudiated expectations of the lib
erals which were aroused when Grand
Duke Nicholas was demoted.
Prorogation of tho duma was the
hardest blow to the democratic move'
ment since the Russian peasants f ruled
to support, the revolution of a decade
It is most dcporable from the stand
point of democracy, that the czar should
have shown his repugnance for the
duma so quickly after the liberals
overthrew the conservatives. It is not
the duma itself that the czar distrusts,
but rather the duma controlled by pro'
grcssives who want human rights.
In his attitude toward that body, the
czar has missed an opportunity volun
tarily to ally Russia with western pro
gress. Instead, be has turned to his
own spirit of irresponsible autocracy,
But, if he fails to save Russia frum
defeat he must abandon his effort to
make Russia more autocratic than it
Whether the liberals can force him
to recognize the mistake he has made
without assistance from the German
armies cannot be now answered.
Yet now is the time for them to at
tempt to force this realization upon
him. It they do not now seize this op
portunity, but wait instead until the
war is over the czar will be ablo to use
the samo bloody tactics with which he
put down the revolution a decade ago.
He cannot, however, fight the Teu
tons and an internal revolution at the
BELLY CLIFFORD TO
NIGHT AT THE GRAND
Billy "Single" Clifford, who hat
been a regular nnnuul attraction in Sa
lem for a number of years, appears to
night at the Oranu in a characteristic
musical farce, "Walk This Way,"
which is guaranteed to banish the
blues and cheer the heart of the wear
iest business man mid his entire family.
A feature of Mr. Clifford's show
this season is a lady'B bruss band,
which will give a street parade this
afternoon and a concert before the en
tertainment at the theatre.
"Walk This Way" contains absolute
ly nothing of a serious nature. It was
made for laughing purposes only and to
provide an evening's entertainment of
high character. Briefly it may be de
scribed as a riot of girls and mirth
and melody, and those who attend the
performance will be amply repaid for
Prices arc "5c, 50c, 75c and $1.
SALEM MAN APPltARS
IN "THE PUPPET CROWN"
"The Puppet Crown," picturizatiou
of the well known novel of that name,
which is to be shown at the Grand the
atre tomorrow, will have an added inter
est for Sulcm people in the fact that
Steve Henderson, f.ivmerly a clerk iu
the Barnes store and who has been seen
a number of times in home talent drum
attcs, appears in a minor part. Snlem
people will look eagerly for his fumiliar
race among the Lnsky stars,
P. M. Hermens and wife and Adrian,
Katie and Agnes Hermens motored to
Forest Grove' Sundny for a few days'
Mrs. Geo. BcH'left this morning for a
few days' visit in I'ortlund.
W. H. Downing states that a tree at
the back of his house was riddled from
top to bottom, Sunday morning when
the lightning struck it.
Jack ,'1'eterjtinos, wife and baby
and A. Zubcr drove to Jefferson Sun
day. Louis Koenig sold a fine cow to Sea
tuk & Thomas Monday.
Clean Smith, with a party of friends.
met with what might have been a se;
nous accident, on Vrrflny night while
riding on a road near Independence.
Just as Mr. Smith with his Buick turn
ed a corner another Buick driven by a
man named Qurek, came around the
corner from the opposite direction and
drove directly into the front of Smith's
cur. It is supposed, that lie was tem
porarily blinded bv the lights on the
i Smith car. Mr. Smith took his car to
the garage at once for repairs. It was
found that two lumps had been torn
off and a large hole made in the radia
tor. It is stated that the other ear was
damaged to such an extent that it
i could not be made to run. A lucky in
I eident in connection with the accident,
j wnn the fact that no one was injured.
The hop pickers are returning and
most of them did very well .considering
the light cfop and the cut in the price
paid for picking.
Harrv Briggs and wife are visiting
at the home of Mrs. Anna Briggs.
I,en Hunter and Paul McClellan went
to Aumsville Monday. They havo a
job of brush cutting that will keep
them busy about two Tck.
Mrs. A. M. Fallrich returned from
1 Gear, where she has been visiting. She
' was accompanied by her sister, Mis
Thelmn Eoff, who will be her guest
until the last of the week.
! Tom McClellan, Jr., is home for few
days. Tom will return to O. A. 0.
when the term opens.
Louise Weigand left for the I.ivesley
hop yard Sunday p. m. 'in bring the
Dively family and Mrs. Weigand home.
A cent t word will tell your
wants in a Journal Ad under
New Today. Try it.
Last Call of Reserve Is Notice
That War Will Be Fought
By William Sims.
(United FroBS staff correspondent.)
l'aris, Sept. 17. France sees no proB
pect of peace, despite the heavily
mounting cost of hostilities. By passing
the bill culling 400,000 more ef her
sons to the colors, the French parlia
ment will notify Germany tliut the war
is to be a fight to a finish.
Officialdom today endorsed the state
ment of l'remier Asquith, of Knglnni,
that tho struggle is a giguntic buttle
of resources. Recent developments,
including the Gcrimtn machines fuilure
to crush the Russian armies, has con
vinced the French that the tide is
about to turn iu favor' of Germany's
Inasmuch as the class of 1017, called
to the colors in tlio newest draft sub
mitted to purliunicnt, cannot take to
the trenches before ."Jay, this is re
garded as an indication of belief that
the war is to continue lit least an
other year. The orders to hold the
1888 class in readiness for service were
taken as a precautionary measure, be
cause otherwise it would have been
mustered out next month, under the
time limit. The bill introduced yester
day makes them liable for service in
case of an "emergency."
VAN CLKAVK At a local hospital,
Wednesday, September 15, 1015, Wil
son T. Van Cleave, at tho age of 07
He is survived by three brothers and
two sisters who will accompany the
body to Mount Angel 'tomorrow, when
services will be lieln and buriu! take
place at the Simmons cemetery.
HOPKINS At the Salem hospital,
Thursday, September i, 1015, Mrs.
Alice M. Hopkins', at the age of 00
Surviving her besides her husband
are two daughters, Mrs. K. L. Myers
and Mrs. Willard Campbell. Also a
brother, Jesse Cook, of Burns, Ore.
Funeral services will Ik? held Satur
day at 2 o'clock p. m., from tho First
Baptist church, the Rev. H. VC. Marshall
officiating. Intermene will take place
at City View cemetery.
Mrs. Hopkins hns lived for the past
twenty-two years nt her home on a
ranch near lioscdnli'. nhe had been ill
for some time, her death following an
BETTY NANSEN WILL ANSWER
JUNDAY AND MONDAYS
Business Is Good, Thank You
We're as busy as bees just now in fitting
heads to new hats- It requires no salesman
ship to sell such attractive hats as we are
showing this Fall it's merely picking out
the right size and color.
BEAUTIFUL NEW CROFUT-KNAPP
ATTRACTIVE AND SUBSTANTIAL
SPECIAL STYLES AND MAKES
We fit any sized head and any sized
BRING IN YOUR HEAD
AND HAVE IT FITTED!
"THE TOGGERY" 167 COMMERCIAL STREET
Effort Will Be Made to Settle
All Differences With Amer
ica For Good
By Carl W. Ackerman.
(United Press stnff correspondent.)
Berlin, Sept. 17. An important series
of conferences designed to settle for
the remainder of the fur ull German
American differences uegnn toduy, fol
lowing receipt of a long communication
from Ambassador Von Bcrlistorff,
transmitted through Americun Ambas
Chancellor Von Bethmunu-Hollweg,
Foreign Secretary Von Jugow and
tirnnd Admiral Von Tirnits constituted
the conferees ou tho Kenutorf f mes
sage. It was understood to carry evi
dence of the Arubif! torpedoing, us gath
ered by the American state department
from sworn affidavits made to its dip
lomatic officials abroad.
Before licrniuny makes further reply
bankers, business men and government
department heads will be asked to ex
press their views.
The conferees realise that the final
decision rests with (lorinuny. llenco
it is intended that the reply shall be
the voice of the whole people.
Von Bernstorff will continuu to piny
an important role in negotiations be
tween the two nations, it became known
todny, thus disposing of reportH that
his government did not approvo his at
titude of conciliating the United States.
Rumirrs that one hears tho most fre
First, that Von Bernstorff reported
to the foreign offico that Americu
demands u written, direct assurance
that submarines hereafter will not at
tack passenger carrying vessels without
warning, und without opportunity for
them to escape.
Second, that Amcrfca is seeking as
surances thut (lormiiny will never nitike
war on her, und will never question
the Monroe doctrine.
Third, thut the whole (Icrinun-Anier-ie.nn
controversy will be settled by ar
bitration through The llnguo tribunal.
The American situation hns aroused
more interest than any phase of devel
opments urising from (lermany 'n sub
marine warfare. The popular belief
is that the negotiations will end satis
factorily to both governments.
President Wilson's decision to Coll
duct negotiations through private dis
cussion between the two countries was
greeted most favorably here. As a
matter of fact, officialdom has never
been able to understand why Amer
ica desired to publish state documents.
Atlunta Journal: Tim Zeppelin is
really tin evolution of the county fair
DON'T MISS THIS
AFTER THE BAND CONCERT A COMPLETE SHOW
Today and Tomorrow
For the JirstjimeV
in twcntyJycaHi 1
docs Charnock, the heioif
) "The Island oLRcgcneraiiS
sec a human beiiig
Alone on an Island in the South Seas, he has become
semi-savage, mute,' wild, and the sight o( beautiful',
Ksthnne Urcnton is a new .sensation to him. You'll,
enjoy this and other intensely interesting scents in this
Six part Vitagraph
MISS DAPHNE LEWIS
A FAVORITE WITH SALEM AUDIENCES
MATINEE 10c EVENING 20c
Special Musical Interpretation
Faith In Success
of Loan Negotiations
(Copyright, 11115, by the New York
j New York, Sept. 17. What is evi
dently an increasingly confident belief
iu Wall street in the success of the
allies' loan proposal, found expression
again toduy iu the sterling market.
The rule which advanced three points
during buiiiiieiis hours ycsterilny and
inhumed another point after tho ex
changes i'Iii ed, roso t ii ri'o points I'm III
;er today. At 4.7;i'j thus reuched, the
into was higliiHt since August I'J, A
reaction l'rom tho high mark in tin'
'losing hours indicated that the move
ment of readjustment iiiuy have spent
None assumed from the sterling nun
kcts action this morning, as many did
j yesterday, thut tne loan negotiations
i had been successfully completed,
This will til k o time, und will neecs
'sitnte a good d'lil in' the way of ad
justing details that still couliict,
j Stocks wore entirely governed by
the over night announcement of a 50
per cent cush dividend of the (Ictiurul
I Motors company derived chiefly from
profits oil the war contiuets of 1 liu
past fiscal year, though partly trim
,ilher surplus funds.
I This news was netimilly utilized by
'other "war stocks" which hnvn not
! confessed what the wur has rcullv done
for thrin. homo of these as iniiy be
readily supposed were, bid up violently,
London, A London exucrt on the
weiilth of royalty declares the kuiser
hns already lost ifi;o,('00,(l(i0 through the
depreciation of investments, due to war.
Tendon. Becnuso of the scarcity of
X ray opcrutors, duo to the war, n sol-
Blut Ribbon Fcaturt
diet's child who swallowed n penny,
died from septic, poisoning before nil
X rny examination could be hud.
Brighton, Kiigliind. Alfred Thonip
sun, nged II, of this place, who joiucil
the Second Hoynl Sussex regiment,
gained official recognition for bravery
Sold under our usual