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TTTfl DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOV. 2, 1915.
One cent per word each inser
tion. Copy for advertisements un
der this beading should be ia by
2 p. m.
PHONE MAIN 81.
PHONE 937 For wood raw. tf
HARRY Window cleaner.
FIR WOOD $3.50 per cord. Phone
FOR SALE Ranee Btove almost new.
Phone 42-F-4. Nov 3
WANTED A lady for general house
work. Phone 84-F-2. Nov2
FOR SALE Potato sacks, 4c.
Com'l. Phone 68.
FOR SALE 3 cows and one
bull. Phono 29F12, after 7 p.
LOST Watch pin on Fr;day
Finder picas phone 785M.
ROOM AND BOARD Modorn
1135 (Shipping street. Phono 1
SUITS CLEANED And pressed, $1.00.
Pressed, 50c. Phono 500. NovlO
TWO 7-ROOM HOUSES One furnish
ed, for rent. See O. W. Johuson. tf
HIGH GRADE PIANO In first class
condition, terms. Phone 125. Nov2
FOR SALE Ono horse wagon, $25 if
taken soon. M. i Bliven, Route
FOR RENT Good housekeeping rooms.
355 Bellcvuo street. Phoifo 536-R.
WANTED Work, washing, ironing,
sewing, housework. 733 North From
ntrect. Nov 3
FOR RENT Two houses, elegant loca
tion. Phono 1514. 1195 North Capi
tal Btreet. Nov3
WANTED Young man for stock room
work, 18 to 25 yeurs of ago. Refer
ences required F. W. Woolworth Co.
WANTED Good sized second hand roll
top desk. Must be cheap for cash.
Dr. W. A. Cox. tf
FOR 8 ALE A square Hallet & Davis
piano, excellent tone, a bargain.
Phone 741M. Nov8
TO RENT One large sleeping neom,
close in, one or two gentleman pre
ferred. Phone 1036-W. Nov2
SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE And five
acres inside city limits for rent or
sale. 1294 South Liberty. Nov 4
ROOM AND BOARD Home cooked
meals, 25 cents, chicken dinner Sun
days. Keith hotel, 459 gtato. Nov2
BOY, 18, WANTS WORK Will work
on farm, milk cows or any kind of
work. 733 North Front street. Nov 3
FOR SALE Second growth fir for
$3.35 dig fir $4.25. delivered; also I
surrey almost new, cheap. Phone
64-F-12. Nov i
WANTED To trade, equity in nice
home for city lots, acreage, or Btock.
Call or address 2305 Elm Ave., Sa
WANTED 300 yearling Leghorn hens,
or April hatched pullets, White pre
ferred. State number and price. Ad
dress "Leghorn," care Journal. Nov3
FOR SALE Good paying dry goods,
grocery and confectionery business,
store, building and two lots, $3,200,
clear of all indebtedness. 35 care
Journal. Nov 9
BPLIT BODY OAK wood, $4.50 per
eord; grub oak $5.00, $5.50; ash $4.50.
Second growth fir, $3.50. Phone
1954, during business hours. J. U.
FURNISHED ROOMS To rent, close
in, desirable place, hot and cold
water, pas, phone, cheap to right
party. For particulars call at 909
Center stroot, or phono 2208. Nov4
HAVE A LINE ON THE PARTY
Who took the robe from the auto at
the corner of Fairgrounds road and
Highland avenuo. Unless they return
sumo I will take another course.
MONEY TO LOAN On improved
farms at 7 per cent annual interest.
I am roprerenting the Commerce Safe
Deposit & Mortgage Co. of Portland,
Oregon. Quick dolivery of money.
Write me or cal. at Marion Hotel. F.
J. Berger, Salem, Oregon. tf
UNLUCKY LOSERS AND
meet to their mutual
IN THE WANT ADS
OF THIS PAPER
Beautiful Irish and German
Are banked together in
Linen Department, despite the confusion their t
home countries are in. But the CONFUSION is
making the manufacture of linens a decided un
certainty for the future.
in a year's time there
market that will retail
Be that as it may, WE
and HAVE NOT RAISED OUR PRICES. And ?
ACCORDING TO OUR
We have some very fine
edges of the bolts are soiled. There are no better t
Linens to be had in America than these at their It
regular prices, but owing
we offer them at the following prices:
$2.25 VALUES J1J9
$2.00 VALUES .$1.49
$1.65 VALUES $1J29
$1.50 VALUES $1,19
$1.25 VALUES ; - $L00
75c VALUES 59c
All Other Damask and all
Napkins 10 per cent less
H Jt- I VIII T&JBT s " t
Mr. Trefz Talks To
v Commrcial Club
One of the most impressive as well
as interesting addresses ever delivered
before the members of the commercial
club was that of Edward F. Trefz, sec
retary of the U. S. Chamber of Com
merce, in his talk today noon at the
luncheon given in his honor.
In showing the advantages to the
business men of tho country of an or
ganized force controlled by business
men, Mr. Trefz declared that until
within three years ago, the nation had
no representative business men nt the
capito), and that tiie success of the
American merchant was in spito of ad
verso legislation instead of laws favor
The great number of laws regulating
business were more of a handicap than
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An Affair of Three Nations
Great Gold Rooster Detective Story in
By John T. Mclntyre
Max Fignian and Burr Mclntesh
In the Adventures of
l,"J. RUFUS WALLINGFORD"
10c-Today and Tomorrow Qc
peaceful profusion in our
Some are claiming that i
will be no damask on the
for less than $1.75 a yard.
HAVE A LARGE STOCK
CUSTOM, WHICH WAS
AGO, WE OFFER SOME 1
Linen Damask that the
to their soiled conditions $
TRY SALEM FIRST
a help, as theso laws, he stated, bad
been passed by legislators not familiar
with business conditions, and with no
organized protest from the business
men of the country.
In order to present a united front in
advising legislators on business, the
United States Chamber of Commerce
had been organized, and now has a
membership of 300,000.
To meet conditions, the United States
Chamber of Commerce is agitating for
tariff commission. From (iermanv, Mr.
Trefs drew the lesson of organization.
The war could not last much longer on
account of the loss of men in Germany,
as already 2.000,000 hud been killed and
5,000,000 maimed for lite.
Realizing the importance of the ad
dress, a motion was carried that the
bcrird of directors .join the U. S. Cham
ber of Commerco and that this motion
will bo brought before the members of
the commercial club at an early meet
A Galley o Fun !
He loved bis fellow-men with a deep,
abiding, self-Mcrincing affection, and
wore off his excess adiposity, ruined
his eyesight, and at last caused him
self to be inserted into an untimely
grave, by digging deeply Into the whys
and wherefores of life, seeking ways
and means whereby he might make
those around him better and happier;
and everybody called him Old What's-bls-name,
laughed merrily at bis
quaint, absent-minded eccentricities,
and rudely opined that his intellectual
belfry was Infected with bats almost
as large as condors, the while they re
spectfully designated as "Professor" n
iow-browed, wedged shaped man who
made a business of smiling indifferent
ly while a 50-pound rock was smashed
on his constitution with a sledge-hammer.
Thus runneth the average mind,
my children. ' , '
V 1 o
NOT AN EXTREMIST.
"Dls hyah new minister ought ter be
popular. He eee s ter hab lib'ral
views on the chicking queschun."
"He do, eh?"
"Yes. He says he's knowed some
purty good men what done lubbed
Uere neighbor's chicklngs as dere
You must wake and call me early,
call me early, Lizzie dear;
For tomorrow'll be the busiest day of
all this busy year.
Of all my buBy days, Lizzie and,
goodness knows circumstances have
l;ept me going at a pretty larruping
lively lick most of my life the
busiest up to date, '
'or I must hustle, Lizzie, to keep mj
grin on straight.
I've worked so blamed bard at It I
know I'll never wake
Unless you call me loudly when the
day begins to break.
They are coming on the morrow
Niece Luella, who eloped last week
with a chap who has never done
anything more meritorious than- to
dance divinely and a giddy, glad
( must greet them with the placid
smile ol Grimalkin after lunch.
Luella writes real sweetly; to forgive
she's now inclined
All my opposition I didn't know my
She'll arrive here in the morning
and the fellow she married actually
puts up his blond front hair in
curl papers! of tomorrows' fateful
Aud bring the bridegroom wltb hei
for a nice, long, joyous day.
So be sure to wake me early; wake
me early, Lizzie dear.
Break up my matin slumbers though
you drag me by the ear.
For our kinfolks and relations In
cluding Cousin Kzra DifTerduffer
who scoffs at my views on the Inl
ttative and Referendum, and bis wife
who Is IntercHtcd in pnychlc mut
ters, and their children, ull of whom
have elocutionary talent hnvo an
nounced that they will come
To help me greet the happy pair and
bid them welcome home.
And the Glee Club's coming over, with
the poet of our town,
To entertain the prodigals and do the
thing up brown.
Tomorrow I must wear n smile In
pplte of all I have hereinbefore nt
forth, together with the fact that 1
have a note coming due and a touch
of the rheumntlsm nlready here
the whole enduring dny,
And beam like a gOHh-dnrned Tcrl, al
so like a Queen o' the May! "
AS TO THE ANCIENT MARINER
"Queer old salt, isn't bc7" '
"Why, be never says 'uhlvcr m
Jinbers' or anything Hko that sweut
tiit as you and I do." ' v
IMV! X W.I I m.iT
j(t ifc sjt )(c sfc jg sc )t j)c iff 3 )fc )fc sc jc
Rogue River Courier: Probably the
richest copper ore ever shipped from
Josephine county is that now being
loaded from the Copper Queen mine at
Iceland, is snipping about two cars a
week. In the present workings pure
native copper; ia being found in consid
erable quantities. Bo-called kidneys of
this grade of ore aro struck in the main
ledge ana wncn the mineral ia brought
to the surface it is ea bright and at
tractive as lumps of gold. Mr. Malo
ney one of the ownors and present man
ager, is erecting on the property new
sheds and buildings and making' other
preparations for tho rainy season. How
long hauling can bo done from th"
Queen depends upon the condition of
the roads, but it is expected that much
ore wil still bo hauled this season.
v t n n xr
East Oregonian: Congressman N. J.
s;t TW11 .u . .u.
. , .
cny mis morning, says tnat over in
tiarney county the ears of jackrabbits
are used as legal tender. He stopped at
a general storo there, while on a recent
trip, and saw hundreds of these ears
strung on a clothesline. He inquired
the reason and was told by the pro
prietor that jnckrabbit ears are just
as good as gold. The merchant ac
cepts' the earn, allowing a discount for
goods purchased. Tho merchants then
urn the ears in to the county court
and receive tho bounty. In Harney
county this year Mr. Hmnott said tha
uouuties have been paid on over (iUO,-1
Itoseburg Review: Tho following er
iona were admitted to the Oregon Sol
diers' homo on Thursday: Edwin C.
Huntington, formerly private in Com
pany F, First Wisconsin heavy artil
lery, admitted from Portland; Seymour
H. Beach, private in Company G, Third
Wisconsin infantry, admitted from
1'ortland; Isuae W. Brown, private in
Company C, Third Minnesota infantry,
admitted from Sweet Home, Oregon.
Newherg Graphic: On Tuesday at
Dundee a dog hopped up onto one of
t..e trucks of the electric passenger
train due to arrive in Newherg at 1:15
p. in., and steadying himself, rodo all
the way here, when ho hopped off
again to "go shopping." Such a thing
as a dog bcatiiig his way on the trucks
of a jwsscnger train has never been
known to occur except during the stress
of a democratic administration.
Medford Mail Tribune: Tho fact
that we are likely to have irrigation
lor Hogue river valley in a reasonably
siiort time sceins to have reached
some of tho far comers of the con
tinent. II. A. Willaid, now in an oh
scare region in Muine, but formerly a
commercial traveler ia the nortliwvst,
writes to an attache of the Mail Tri
bune for defiuita information about it,
intimating that this is the one tiling
necessary to iuduco him to return to
this beautiful region and finally niuke
a last stand in home building.
Benton County Courier: Although
not many varieties of fins have been
j found to succeed well in Oregon, tiie
tii'cuuii-ui Bimiun on icers report unit
one variety is valuable in Southern Or
egon, bcverol varieties have already
neen ineu DV ttio brunch stut nn ut
laieut, aud tho most promising of the
newer varieties cro now being intro
duced. hast Orceomnn: Tho farmers of
Birch Creek, Stuart Creek aud Butter
Creek will soon be stocked with valley
unail and China pheasants of Demity
Gume Warden George Tonkin is able
to secure the 10 erateB of China iihuus-
ants and one crato of valley quail he
uaa uppuva ror iroin tne state rami.
REA1 ESTATE TRANSFERS.
. II. Keeves ct ux to J. B. Cumniings
N. W. Colwell claim, SM, 7, 3 W.
L. U. Josse Ot UX tn W. S. Tnreman
,iot J, block an, Salem.
Joan Alius et nx to J. T. and V. I!
Fitzpatrick, lot 3 and W. 4-fl of lot 2,
block 3, Settlemcirs Add. Woodburn.
Mary A. Hump to Mtarv C. Stunis.
part Aug Iimbert cluim, til, (I, 2 W.
ivmry a, namp to Kalpn K. Sturgis,
jmrii nun. i-ainor claim Ml, 11, 1 w
part Octave -Martelle claim, ti.l, (j, 2 W.
Western Bond and Mtg. Co. to Esther
M. Brown, tract II, lot 8, Wise Acre
Western Bond and Mtg. Co. to Tlios.
K. irfer, lots and 7. tract 14. Wix..
Mary Alice Livingston to Guy E.
Livingston, prat K. Scott claim, 2") un.l
M, 5, 1 W.
Robert Schmidt et nx to Franz Niti
ler, part state 3(1, 2 W.
C. N. I'otter et ux to T. J. I'otter,
part A. Carey cluim, 41, H, 3 W.
t. N. I'otter et nx to L. W. I'ott
part Carey claim, 41, 8, 3 W.
J. B. CiiniiiiiugH et ux to Mary E.
Jones, part N. W. Calwoll claim, ,"K, 7,
3 W. '
C. N. Potter et ux to C. Gertrude
Cromwell, part Cerey claim, 41, 8, 3 VV.
A. W. Meyer et ux to K Miclicnimin
part. I'. N. Gilbert cluim, 38, 7, 2 W.
F. Mickenlmm to A, W. Meyer, part
F. N. Gilbert claim, 38, 7, 2 W.
G. F. Ditinai'H et ux to T. A. Ditinurs,
part, A. Ditmars cluim 1!', 5 2 W.
Francis Emma Nelrn.i et vir to Thus.
Ditniars. Hart A. Ditinan i luim
, l w,
Ida B. and J. C. (,'ore to Thomas hit
iiinrH, part A, ililmnrs claim, ID, 5 2
W; J. C. Peebles claim, 73, 5, 3 W.
POLICE CATCH ROBBERS.
Portland, Or., Nov, 1. Charged with
binding, gugging and robbing J. S
Taber, a .jitnoy driver, of $12, Kil John,
son, aged 22, and Andrew Thomnson,
aged 2.1,. Rro held by the polico today.
They ure said to have confessed. An
accomplice is being sought. The men,
who were passengers In Tuber's jitney,
overawed him with revolvers, Alter
binding and robbing him, they threw
Taber into a vacant lot where lie laid
two hours. The robbers used Tuber's
jitney to miike their escape.
BODY NOT RECOVERED
Ifuqiiiain, WiipIi., Nov. 2 No truce of
i... i, ...i.. ,t L.I......I v..cr 1 tn il...
high school boy r. ho fell from
liuim-h Silvia, while on a plcnume
rriii-n of the liKrbor, has yet been
NEW CITIZENS 10 BE
Twenty-Fire Applicants To
Be Examined Before Judge
When 25 aliens come before Judge
Oalloway tomorrow for their final ex-
'"v ".V thci- 1uali."tion
fenship the occasion will be made
uium iiMjicinivB man usual and the
new citjze,ls wi" 00 t!iven an example
n tit.-W;. ti... .... x .' ,
r- . mumj .uuil, una
niemoers of tne
city council will be
present and a large silk American King!
will be presented by Clarence Hum-
mond, in behalf of the Sons of the
American Revolution. Mrs. Carlton'
Smith will sing "America" and all of i
rue newly inniic citizens join in the
80 II (t.
Judge Galloway will receive the flag
and deliver the response to Mr. Ham
mond's presentation speech. Rev. A.
Moore will deliver a short talk to the
new citizens and Rev. Richard E.
Tischer will also make a short talk on
Mayor White will be on
hand for a few remarks to the new
Americans and the ordinary Natural
ization Day Bcenes about Judge Gal
loway's court room will be of the
nature of an incubator for patriotism.
Naturalization Examiner lla.zard
will conduct the examination of the
applicants for citizenship of which 2
have been notified to be on hand at
the court house at 10 o'clock. !
The following is tho list of those
who are scheduled to tako their exam
ination: Krcd Lorcutz, Shaw; Alfred George
Mercer, Madeay; Kriediich W. O. Hnr
tels, Silverton; Albert iiaiibman, tier-:
vnis; Joliaun Heinrich, C. Bartels,
Maeleay; Matthew Menkes, Woodburn;
Lieb Silberman, Snlcm: Severt MonBon
Strand, Silverton; Ixiuis Cromer, Salem;!
rinrmon William Theodore . DeVrics.
Salem: Anton Kuser. Mr. Alice!: .lens'
Jensen. Mt. Anirel; Valentino Usselinan,
Mt. Angel; Anton Gchriminn, Salem;
Sebastian Engelhnrdt, Mt. Angel; Louis
Hansen .Mayer, Silverton; Olav .John
son Seim, Silverton; William Weinrich,
silverton; Carl Henry Larson, Silver
ton; John Erick lurson, Silverton-
John Larson, Silverton; Adam Burns,
Snlem; rinley Edwin Peterson, Salem;!
GiiBtav Mund, Salem; John Henry A1-'
bers, Salem; Ludwiek Mickelson, Salem.'
DISCOVER NATURAL GAS. i
For years evidences of oil aud natiir-
al gas have been found in various parts
or I'oiK county, but only ono or two at
tempts have been made to develop the
prospects, and these have failed for
lack of financial support.
One of the best prospects of this kind
in the county is on tho farm of Cass
RigKS, a pioneer of the county, near tne
Crowley school house, about, live miles
north of Rickreall. Some 25 years ago
when ho drilled a well on the farm .Mr.
Riggs noticed a slight showing of gas,
but no particular ultcntion was paid to
it. Recently, however, a gasoline en
gine has been installed to pump the
water and when this is dono in large
quantities the flow of gas becomes
An itemizer representative visited
tho place Sunday and Air. Riggs demon
strated the phenomenon to linn. When
a lighted match is npplicd to the nuz
zle of hoso connected with the pump
tho gas burns in a flamo soverul feet
long. The weight of the water in the
tubing if the well evidently keeps the
gas in check. A peculiar feature ot
the gas is that it is entirely odorless.
PIONEER PASSES BEYOND
Hathaway Yocom, a Folk county
pioneer of 18M, passed away ut the
home of his daughter, Mrs. Henry Bucll
near Fulls City, October 21, at the ul'c
of 81 years. h
He was bora in Snngumon county, Il
linois, August 31, .1831. Ho came to
Oregon by ox teum in 18fl0 uml sell led
on a donation cluim near Uellevue.
Some yeurs Inter he became owner of
the Henry McKum donation cluim, just
west of the present town of Jialls'ton,
where he resided until ubout S!3, when
he moved to Portland.
On March 7, 1852, Mr. Yocom whs
married to Alary Tharp at tint Thiirp
home, west of Willnmina. To this union
were burn six children, four of whom
still survive. They lire; Mis. Ilenrv
Huell, of Fulls City; J. M. ami E. f.
Yocom, of Wasco d W. A. Yocom, of
Bullston. The deceased children were:
Clementine Yoeoin, who died in I8S2,
and Mrs. Frames Del.uslnnutt, who
died in 102. Dallas Itemizer.
VISIT WITH OLD FRIENDS
Mr. and Mrs. It. Patterson, of tier
vais, route two, spent Suiiilny uml part
of the first of the week visiliu(f at the
j homes ol zuck Duvonport ami
I Downs mid iniuiy other old friends,
number of years ago Mr. Pnttersor
owned u farm in the Silverton Hills.
! and about ever so often he feels a little
homesick coming un and then goes out
and makes the rounds, Silverton Ap
peal. A cent a uiarA null un.f
tfory in thm Journal New Today
Always Watch This
LESSON IN j
t FOR THE WOODSMAN
T We hnvo till kinds of Axes, Sledges, Wedges, Saws and Kquirrcents
for the woods,
if All kinds of Corrugated Iron for both Roofs and Buildings.
T A good $800.00 Laundry Mangel, slightly used for ono-fourth original
1 1 cost.
f 115 AND $20 NEW OVERCOATS
r ..... i i i - ii. ii
j j'li i i'-j renin jut in, mr rnj;fs
. ' I I. Steinbock Junk Co.
The llonso of Half a Million Bargulin.
302 Norlh Commercial Street. Phone SOS. "
showing the best fifty
cent neckties in Oregon
perhaps we pay for a
trifle better quality
than most dealers
think they can afford.
So, when a traveling ,
man drops in, as one
did yesterday, saying,
"I will take 3 of those
fifty-cent ties you
show in your window.
I go all over the coast
and have not seen such
values in any city," we
naturally feel that our
efforts are appreciated.
A new lot of plain
colors in an exquisite
soft silk just arrived.
New patrons come to
us every few days.
The Toggery 167 Com'l St.
Featuring George Stone
Carmen De Rue
The celebrated Child Stars
- A Man and the Law
A 2-Reel Drama.
A Bully Affair
A HUlarious Comedy
NEW ADVENTURES OF
Detroit Votes Today On
Betroit, Mich., Nov. 2. Detroit's 20
year battle for municipal ownership of
her street railway system reached ita
climax today in tho voto on the railway
commission's plun for buying the city
lines. Acquisition by the municipality
nt a price to bo fixed by six circuit
judges wus the feature of the plan. Pub
lie opinion seems to be divided on tho
advisability of taking over the car
HAD A CLOSE CALL
Boston, Mass., Nov. 2. Twenty men.
10 or whom were at first thought to
have perished, hud nurrow escapes to
day in a firo in the dyeing and print
works of the Cochrane Manufacturing
company's plant nt Maiden, nenr here.
The property loss was $25,000.
g The GRAND
"Something Doing Every Day"
Wednesday and Thursday
The Famous Players-Paramount
With the Star of Stars.
Coming Friday and Saturday
"TIIE CASE OF BECKY"
With Blanche Sweet.
Ad Changes Often
AT $5.00. I