I r a 1 WHAT ISJB1C ACID? THE CAUSE OF BACKACHE, RHEUMATISM, GRAVEL AND SUDDEN DEATH. liver siui'o tlio discovery of uric acid in the blood by Hdieole. in Wi, and the luiil effect it hud upon tiio lioJ.v, ciontists mid physician have striven . e. to rid the tissues and' the blood of C' this poison. HecuiiBe of its over abundance in the system it onuses line kuche, pains here and there, rheu matism, gouty gravel, neuralgia nnd dcinlien. Jt was Dr. fierce who dis covered a now agent, called "Aa-iirie," which will throw out nnd completely radicate this uric acid from tile sys tem. "Au-urie" is 117 times more jiotent than lithin, and consequently yon need no longer fenr muscular or articular rheninntisni or gout, or many other diseases which aro dependent on flow to Destroy Catarrh Germs and End Catarrh Forever A Specialist's Advice. . Catarrh is a germ disease and tlio only way to cure it so it will stay cured ami never come back is to kill and drive out of your svstem the eatnrrhal germs which have found lodgement there. Whon the eerms eo the catarrh will stop. The troublo with most treatments, liko sprays, imives, creams, greasy nnims, lotions, rtc, is that they eive only tomnorarv rolief by opening up for a while the oiogged nend, throat aud nostrils. In n little time the catarrh cornea back as bad as ever. Peoplo who suffer continually from catarrh should drop such temporary iirakcshifts and get something that really gets attho root of the disease and stamps it out. Thero is nothing better for such cases than breathing into your nose aud lunes the Dleasnnt. oothing, healing, germ destroying nir of Hyomei (pronounced High-o-me) made from purest oil of Kucalyptus and combined with other powerful healing, antiseptic and germ destroying jiiicuieiiiH. uyoniei penetrates and Iienls the inflamed swollen membranes or your nose nnd throat, stops dis charges, clears the passages and coirc jdctely overcomes tlio disease by do- Htroying its cause. Kor catarrh gonns cannot live in your body after Ilyomei reacnes mom. Daniel J. jj'ry and many oilier gool druggists in Salcin and vicinity have long sold iryomei on a positive guarantee of successful results or money back and find this generous policy pays. Most druggists aro now giving a pocket inhaler made from hard tubber with every complete treatment fold. This makes a very simple, easy and convenient as well as a thoroughly reliable means of treating by the best l.nown method this dangerous and often aiKgusting disease. Think This Another Act of Conspirators Madison, Wis., Dec. 2. Officials su wpeeted today that destruction of the French Battery nnd Carbon company's plant here last night by fire, with uiii,iiimj loss might be part of n nn-tion-wido anti-ally activity inasmuch as the company had been engaged on contracts for the allies. Several mysterious explosions wcro ncard uerore tlio fire. On Guard at Tacoma, Taeoma, Wash., Dec. 2. Tlio receipt of more anonymous lotlors threatening the destruction of Japnnese liners load ing war munitions here for Vladivostok, the wiring of the under part of the Milwaukee wharves for electric lights end the installation of chemical fire fighting apparatus in the warehouses, were features of today's developments in the alleged plot to destroy the Mil waukee railroad docks and steamships berthed there. One of tho letters received by the railroad officials, it is said, also threat ened the destruction of a part of Seat tle's water front and tho city's fire tugs. Suff?ests New Plan For Ship Purchase Washington, Dec. 2. Chairman Alex tinder of the house merchant murine committee has before him today the framework of the administration's plan for removal of the ship purchase bill fight. Briefly, what the government now wants, ns outlined by Secretaries Bed field nnd McAdoo are: A government board similar to the interstate commerce commission to look after deep water traffic. Appropriation of !iO,000,Onn for liuibliiig ships to create an American merchant marine, which could be used, in emergency, as nnval auxiliaries. No 'government, stockholdings cor- Jiorntion, as provided in the former rill, unless popular subscription failed to meet finnaciul requirements. BE All ESTATE TRANSFERS. Bessie. 5f. Stillwnll et vir to B. 11. Kml Alice Hughes, Jos. Mngnou claim, r.7, 15, I Wi State. 22,. fi 1 W; J. II. Jtaiiginun claim 13, !, 1 W. Kmnia A. Kuittst et vir to Asa W. Footo in 11. S. Itonney claim, -17, 5, 1 W. Albeit Bass et ux to S. ('. Buss, part Jlphrinin Stout claim, .0. 0, 1 K. Ira V. (iilinor et ux to John IT. Me Nary, Stnte, 111. S. II W. K. P. Hanson to S. sr. Hanson, lot 4, block 1(1, Riverside Add., Salem. Horace W. Thielsen et nl by sheriff o Kngene P. and Kvn K. I'lynn, .1. lfoplinw plim. 7. 4. 1 W. CATARRH Of I h BLADDER rrticvwi in 24 HOURS Fnk r.n. " i!llchirlho(MIDY fiMmrfnfrmintrrfriln m jm m a i w na mm an accumulation of uric acid within the body, friend to Dr. Pitree,' of t'.ie Invalids' Ifot"l and Surgical Institute. Huttnlo, X. V., for n pamphlet on " All-Uric. " 1111(1 RIMIil 10 ixtnlu fi-.lt n i trial .adage of "An-iiric" Tablets. it you teei tnat tired, worn-out feel . ing, backache, nf iimlgia, or if your sleep' is disturbed by too frequent urina tion, go to your best drug store and ask for Doctor Pierce's "An-urie" , Tablets. i Doctor Pierce's reputation is back of this medicine and you know that his j;1 ; Pleasant Pellets" for the liver and iiis "Favorito Prescriiitinn" fV.r H.n ills of women have had a splendid repu tation for the past fifty years. Adv. ith Is Said To Have Confessed San Francisco, Dec. 2. Several ar rests in the alleged C. ('. Crowley bomb plot case were reported imminent this nftcrnoon. Htories ei rctilntn.l tn j fediernl circles, (following' arrival of u. .). smitn, i rowley's alleged tool. Special Agent Rathbun this afternoon admitted Smith had made a full con fession and was taken before the grand jury. Preston declared that he believed If Capello cannot be found, the North Cierinnn Lloyd books will servo to show what the government wants to know whether the line acted as a disbursing agency for German interests in supply ing raiders at sea. ' DEER SEEN IN SILVERTON 1 Last Thursday afternoon as Herman Messenger happened to look toward Silver Creek from the window nt East mnu Bros.' garage ho saw a full grown doe riso in the air and shoot over the dam just above the bridge. She swam as pretty as you please right down under the steel bridge and on over the lower falls and out of sight. Tho deer was seen by others farther up the stream, but Mr. Messenger was the only one to see it glide through town. Some years ago a deer came over about the same route and took refuge in a clump of willows near Dr. Black erby's dental office. Henry Grazer, then a young man full of life and vigor climbed out over the bank nnd lassoed the deer. The deer was then taken to the home of Joo Moscr and placed in a small enclosure with a high fence, one that .Toe said no living animal could scale. The deer when liberated, walk ed to the center of the arena, looked around, collected its senses let out a snort nnd over tho fence it went with out the least troublo and bounded away. Joe said, well I'll be d-d-dll-dggoned if I ever thought a living animal could jump that fence. No one has bobbed up uud claimed that this wns the sumo deer.-T-Ai)oeaL . Why Tolerate Catarrh? You have noticed.no doubt, that anj cold aggravates nasal catarrh, and the flow of mucous amazes you that such objectionable matter could find lodg ment in your head. To ignore this catarrh when the cold subsides is wrong because it continues to slowly injure the delicate linings of the nasal passages and clog them up. To correct catarrh, deanse the nos trils frequently with a solution of warni water and sak, insert vaseline on re tiring, and take a spoonful of Scott's Emulsion after meals for one month. Scott's acts through the blood to feed the tissues, and contains soothing glycerine to check the inflammation and beat the sensitive membranes, Scott's is pleasant to take. ( 8coU&fiowae,Bioonucld.N,I. 15-30 A : (: i . 'I 't: A :'. K-.'WsaK3KZ--'' bill I -"-, i J A. - r 3 Ciudevllle's most talented and versatile artist appearing on the 8. k 0. voude rlllo show with the Three American Girls and Hodwo k Lowell. This is the best S. k 0. show that has been billed for Salem yet, at the Bligh Sun day only. THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY. DEC. 3, 1915. Charlie Chaplin In a special two-reel Keystone comedy at the Bligh today and tomorrow. Oregon Folks Eat But Don't Drink Mince Pies Portland, Ore., Dec. 2. "We eat mince pie in Oregon, we don't drink it," commonted District Attorney Wal tor Evans whon told thnt Attorney General Farrar, of Colorado, hnd an nounced that tho indigestible but se ductivo conglomeration would taboo in the Rocky Mountain stato with the ad vent of prohibition January 1. "Although the Oregon law specifies that mixtures containing one-hnlf of one per cent of alcohol which is in tended to produce an intoxicating liquor shall not bo sold or manufac tured, this certainly does not apply to miuco meat or other foods." WILLAMETTE VALLEY SOUTHERN (Oregon -City Enterprise.) Almost any press mention of the Wil lamette Valley Southern brings n re sponse from Salem newspapers. Tho capital city is the ultimate goal of tho local electric lino the only question is just when the road will be extended on to that city. Owing to tightened financial conditions generally, the lino has postponed its extension. Tho En terprise recently printed an editoral commentng on the refusal of the South cm Pacific to connect with tho Wil lamotte Valley Souther at Mt. Angel, jMolnllu or Oregon City and the enlem Capital Journal, arter reprinting the remarks of The Enterprise, had the f ol lowing to say:' ' 'The proper solution of this difflcul ty would be the extension of tho elec tric road from Mount Angel into Salem It was expected thnt this would bo done during the present fall, but Prcsi dent Dimick recently announced a postponement of theso plans, owing to tinancinl conditions. "Salem ought to have direct railway connection with tho .Mount Angol ter ritory and much development would follow tho construction of the road through Howell Prnirie to this city. Wo ao not Know wnat steps, if any, havo been taken by the Commercial club to co-operate with the railway officials, but the project is well worth special at tention, in order that it may not be longer delayed than is absolutely neces sary. "An electric railway to Oregon City and Portland, via Mount Angel, would be a great factor in' the growth of a very important part of Marion county." A Journal New Today will convert waste into wealth. CleoraTRillev L,Cri0-::':''V Jnlrunwnlolit'j ; iV; , iti i '.'-.v1..'. As -. 1 " i , , , "' ,1 -' ' ' m v - t THE MARKETS . . Although the local price of wheat holds at 80 cents, the mnrkets in Port land and the east are showing signs of firmness. The most experienced grain men have not even a guess as 'to which way the market will turn, as world con ditions are su?h that past years of ex perience count for but little, Valcntia oranges aro about off the market, with prices reduced today to 5. Navel oranges are now at a lower price with quotations $3.75 and H-.2.". WHOLESALE MARKET Grains. Hay, timothy, per ton $14.00 Oats, vetch 10.00 Cheat $9.00(210.00 waoac ., hoc Oats 35c Rolled barley $.12.00 Corn $40.00 Cracked corn $41.50 Bran $20.00 Shorts, per ton $28.00 Clover seed 13(&16c Butter. Butterfat 330 Creamery butter, per pound ...... 35c Country butter 30e Eggs and Poultry. Eggs, candled, No. 1, cash 38c Eggs, case count, cash 36fi38c Eggs, trade 3739o Eggs, storage 28c Huns, pound I0llc Roosters, old, per pound 7c spring chickens, pound lOfff 11c Turkeys, live 15l(ic Turkeys, dressed 1819c Fork. Veal and Mutton. Vonl, dressed So Pork, dressed .4 7 l-2c Pork, on foot 5 l-4c Spring lambs 6 l-2c Steers 55 l-2c Cows 34c Bulls 3c Ewes 3c Wethers 44 l-3c Vegetables. Cabbage 40c Tomatoes, California $1.25(a'l String garlic 15c Potatoes, cwt. 75c Brussels sprouts 10c Sweet potatoes $2.50 Beets 40c Carrots ; .'. 40o Turnips 40c Celery 4070c Onions ,t $1.50 California head lettuce, case $2.502.75 urcen Deans li 1-Zc Fruits. Oranges, Valencia $5.00 Oranges, Navels $3.75(h'4.25 Lemons, per bos $1.25(0)4.75 Bananas, pound , 5 l-4o California grape fruit .... $0.007.00 Dates, dromedary, case $,'1.35 Fard dates 41.(S0 Grnpos ,i $1.40 Cranberries $10,0012.00 Pineapples 7 l-2c Honey ....,'...;. $3.50 Retail Prices. Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch ,.4045o Eggs, storage 30c Sugar, cane $7.00 Sugar, D. G $6.80 Creamery butter 40o Flour, hard wheat ,. . . $1.502.40 Flour, valley $1.201.5' PORTLAND MARKET Portland, Ore., Dec. 3. Wheat: Club, D293 l-2c. BlueBtcm, 6(5 98c. Oats: No. 1 whito feed, $24.00(24. 75. Barley, feed, $20.0027.50. Browing, $28.0030.00. Hogs: Bost live, $6.05. Prime steers; $7.25. Fancy cows, $5.50. Calves, $7.007.50. Spring lambs, $7.50, Butter: City creamery, 31 l-2c. Eggs: Selocted local ex., 42c. Hens, 12c. Broilers, 11(S11 l-2c. Geese, 7c. Tou get a paper full of read- lng, no contest dope. OHraOPRAOTIO SPINOLOQIBT OB. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro practio's Fountain Head, Davenport, Iowa. If you have tried everything and have got no relief, try Chiroprac tic spinal adjustments and get well. Office 406-7-8 U. S. National Bank Building. Phono Main 87. Kesideuce Main" 828-R. CHIROPRACTOR CONSULT DR. MAT, experienced and successful Chiropractor, for acute and chronic disorders. Has practiced six years in Orogon. Free consultation. Hours, 9 to 12, 1 to 6. 305 0-7 Hub bard Bldg. Lady attendnnt. Phone, office 572; residence, 082-R. OSTEOPATH DPS. B. H. WHITE and R. W. WAL TON Ostcopnthio physicians and nerve specialists. Graduates of Amer ican School of Osteopathy, KJrksville, Mo. Post graduate and specialized in nerve diseases at Los Angeles college. Treat acute and chronic diseases. Consultation free. Lady attendnnt. Office 605-508 U. S. National Ban' Building. Phone 850. Residence 346 North Capital street Phono 309. SCAVENGER SALEM SCAVENGER Charles 800s, proprietor. Garbage and rofuso of all kinds removed on monthly contract at reasonable rates. Yards and cess pools cleaned. Office phone Main 2217. Residence Main 2272. LODGE DIRECTOR? A. O. U. W Protection Lodge No. 2. Meets every Monday evouing at 8 In the McCornack hall, corner Court and Liberty streets.' A. E. Aufranco, M. W.j S. A. MoFaddon, recorder; A. L. Brown, F. CENTRAL LODGE No. 18, K, of P. MoCornack building, Tuesday even- MIIIMIIIIIIIHIIIDHIIIII IIIIMIIMtHltltlttttttrHllllllltlHIIIIIIII Classified lng of each week at 7:30. F. F. Schram, C. C: W. B. Gilson, K. of E. and 8. SALEM LODGE No. 4, A. F. A A. M. Statod communications first Friday in each month at 7:30 p. m, in the Masonic Temple. J. C. Welch, W. M.; B. Z. Culver, secretary. PACIFIC LODGE No. 50, A. F. ft A. M. Stated communications third Friday In each month at 7:30 p. m. in the Masonic Templo. Glenn C. Niles, W. id.; Ernest H. Choate, secretary. tt. N. of A. "Oregon Grape Camp," No. 1360, meets every Thursday even ing in McCornack building, Court and Liberty streets r elevator. Miss Syl via Shaupp, 1791 . Market, oracle; Hazel Price, Imperial Furuituro Co, recorder. SODSON CODNCIL, No. 1, R. ft 8. M. Stated assembly first Monday in each month, Masonic Temple. James Plant, Thrice Illustrious Master; Glen O. Niles, recorder. DEMOLAY COMMANDER Y, No. 5, K. T. Regular conclave fourth Fri day in each month at 8 o'clock p. m., in Masonio Temple. Sojourning Sir Knights ere courteously invited to meet with us. Geo. H. Burnett, E. C, Frank A. Turner, recorder. 0HADWICK CHAPTER, No. 37, O. E. S. Regular meeting every first and third Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the Ma sonio Temple. Elizabeth Bead, W. M.j Ida M. Babcock, secretary.- WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Meot every Friday night at 3 o'clock in McCornack block. Oscar Donaldson, O. C; L. S. Geer, clerk. 807 Court street. Phone 593. MULTNOMAH ROYAL ARCH CHAP TER, No. 1, R. A. M. Regular meet ing second Friday in each month at 8 p. m, in the Masonic Temple. Al fred F. Marcus, Ex. High Priest; Rus sell M. Brooks, secretary. UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem bly, No. 84, meets every Wednesday, at 8 p. m. in Moose hall. Mrs. F. W. Cook,.M. A.; C. Z. Randall, secretary, Salem Bank of Commerce. 9ALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D. . Keelcr, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson, woretnry. All cases of . cruelty or neglect of dumb animals should be reported to tho secretary for investi- . gution. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Oregon Cedar Camp, No. 5240, meets every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in McCornack hall corner Court and Liberty streets. Elevator service. W. W. Hill, V. C; Box. A. Turner; clerk. DENTISTS DR. O. A. OLSON, DENTIST administers Nitrous Oxid and Oxygen ! Gas Room 214. Phone 440. Masonic Temple. Salem, Ore. PHYSICIAN DR. D. B. GRIFFIN Drug and drink . cure. 1425 Fir street, near Meyers atreot. Phone 1037J. MISCELLANEOUS FOR GENERAL HOUSE CLEANING with modern machinery, olectric sweeper, etc. Leave orders at 220 N. Commercial or Phone 953. Dec3 GOOD USED FURNITURE Bought, also taken in exchange for now. Full line of new furniture, ranges, heat ers, and other house furnishings. Peetz Furniture Co., 233 North Com mercial street. FOR BALE SMALL general stock of merchandise for sain. Inquire 1100 North Cap itol street. if SPLIT BODY OAK Gurb oak, ash, second growth fir, old fir. J. H. Eaton. Phone 1954. tf FOR HALK Cheap, one heating stove, I gram sacits, two cnoico unrysiai White Orpington cockerels. Come quick, lot Columbia street. Dec.1 FOR BALE Antimie blacit walnut bed, dressor, commode. Othor black wal nut furniture. Good organ in black walnut case. 233 North Commorcial street. UNDERTAKERS LEIIMAN & CLOUGH O. B. Webb, A. M. Clough morticians and funeral di rectors. Latest modern methods known to tho profession employed. 415 Court street. Main 120; Main 988. RIGDON-RICUAUDHON CO. Funor al directors and undertakers, 252 North High street. Day and night ph one 183. PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL WORK A SPECIALTY Reasonable Charges SHOP FOOT OP UNION STREET A. L. Godfrey Phone 1517-J Day or Night MONCY TO LOAN . ON Oood Real Estate Security. TIIOS. K. FORD Over Ladd k Bush, Bonk, Salem, Oregon r L. M. HUM Care of YICKSOTONG Chinese Medicine and Tea Company Has medicine which will cure any known 153 South High Street, Salem, Ore. Phone 283. Adv erasing rage Today CRANE WILBUR MUTUAL - THE PROTEST WEE&Y 3 REEL FEATURE 1 REEL COUSIN'S COOK BOOK iT WAS LIKE THIS'! 1 REEL COMEDY SOCIETY COMEDY DRAMA CHARLIE CHAPLIN A 2 Reel Special Keystone Comedy. The Biggest and Best Show in Town VAUDEVILLE v LEE'S HAIWAIAAN DUO , bS 10c B hi GH H Ening matinee vC JLJ Theatre IScts EMPRESS S.&C. VAUDEVILLE . 3- MERICAN C1RIS -3 Classy Singers Classy Songs CLEORA MILLER TRIO High Class Musical Act HODGE LOWELL in "A RURAL FLIRTATION" Special Music by New Bligh Orchestra. Sunday Matin e e 1 5 c Only - THEATRE Evening 25 c WANTED WANTED About 10 acres unimprov ed land on good road within five miles of Balom. Ho agonts. A-10. care .Toilrnnl. Iec4 ATER TOMPANT SALEM WATER COMPANY Office corner Commercial and Trade streets. For water service apply at office. Bills payable monthly in advance. ........ TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTT I SALEM FENCE and STOVE WORKS E. B. FLEMING, Prop. Depot American Fence Oatea, Plata ana Barbed Wlr Paints, Oils and Varnishes. Booting, Post, Hop Hooks. 40 Years Making Stoves Storei rebuilt and repaired. . . Btovos bought and (old. ' 250 Court Street. phono 121 Back of Onlcago Store. THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL Classified Business Telephone Directory A Quick, handy reference for busy people Telephone EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Salom Electric Co., Masonio Temple, 137 North High Main 1200 LAUNDRIES Balom Ntcant Laundry, 130 Routh Liberty Main 21 PLUMBING, STEAM PITTING AND TINNING T. M. Burr, 101 South Commercial Street Main 192 UNDERTAKER? Rigdon-Richardson Co., 251 North High street Day and night, Main 183 TRANSFER AND DRAYAIf Balom Truck & Dray Co., corner State and Front streets Main 74 JOB PRINTING Benver State Printers, Tatton Block 1B12 Don't Scratch Use Zensal This remedy Zensal Is made to roach your particular case. If you have an Eczema that it dry and scaly, use Dry Zensal If you nave weeping skin or any watery eruption, buy Motet Zensal and get the relief you nave been aeoklng. 60o the Jar at Poole's. SEVEN TO Tomorrow NOTICE OF VACATION1. In tho County Court of the State oi Oregon for th County Court of Marion. In the matter of the Application of Seid Back for the vacation of Frank's Fruit Tracts. Notice is hereby given that the Un dersigned, Seid Back, the owner of all the real property hereinafter described, has filed a petition with the County Clerk of Marion County, State of Ore gon, to the County Court of the State of Oregon for said county to vacate all of the sub-division or addition and all the lots, blocks and tracts thereof, the same being lots or tracts numbered from one to twelve Inclusive in that certain sub-division or additioa anowo as Frank's Fruit Tracts in Marlon County, Stute of Oregon, the plat and dedication of which 1b now of record at page 175 of Volume 10 of the book ol plats of record in the office of the re corder of said Marlon County, and all' the roads, streets, avenues and alloy of such sub-division or addition. That said petition is now on file and pending and all persons opposing said vacation are hereby notified and re quired to present tholr objections to such petition to the said County Court on or before Friday the 7th day of January, 1916, at the hour of 9 O'clock a. m. Dated at flnlem, Oregon, this 23rd day of Novombor, 1915. SEID BACK, Deo. 22 Petitioner.