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DR. 0. I.. SCOTT Ornliinto of
practic s Fountain Head, Davenport, i
Iowa. If you have tried everything
ami have got no relief, try Chiroprnc
tie spinal ail iust incuts ami (jet well. I
Office 400-7-8 l S. National Hani: I
Building, tyhono -Main 87. Kes'denec,
DR. 0. A. OLSOX, DENTIST
Administers Nitrons Ozid and Ogvgon
Room 214. riiono440.
M :son u- Temple. Salem. Ore.
A. 0. I. W. Protection Lodge Xo. 2.
Meets every Monday evening at 8
in the McCornack hall, comer Court,
and Liberty streets, li. 0. Donaldson,1
M. W.i S." A. McFaddeu, recorder;!
A. L. Brown, Financier.
CF.XTKAL 1.0 DO F. Xo. IS, K. of P.
McCornack building. Tuesday even
ing of each week at 7:30. F. F.I
Sc'irani, C. C; W. P.. liilson, K. of 11. i
and S. j
SALEM LOpCE 'Xo. 4. A. F. & A. M. I
Stated coiniiiunicatiiins first Friday;
in each month at 7:30 p. m. in the1
Masonic Temple, ('has. M, Carter, I
W. M.; S. 7.. Culver, secretary.
PACIFIC I.OlHiE Xo. 50, A. F. & A.M.j
Stated communications third Friday
in each month .it 7:30 p. m. in the
Masonic Temple. Hal V. Bolaui, W.
M.; Frnest II, Choate, secretary.
SALEM 11 I'M AN K SOCIETY D. D.
Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson.
secretary. All cases of cruelty or
neglect of dumb animals should be
reported to the secretary for investi
gation. R. N. OF A. "Oregon Grape Camp."
No. l.'hiO, meets every Thursday ev
ening in McOornack building, court
and Liberty streets; elevator. Mrs.
Sylvia Schaiipp. 17!) 1 -Market, oracle;
Mrs. Melissa Persons, recorder. 12SKI
North Commercial. Phone 1430-M.
DE MoLAY COM MAXDERY, Xo. 5,
K. T. Regular conclave fourth Fri
day in each month at 8 o'clock p. in.,
in Masonic Temple. Sojourning Sir
Knights nre courteously invited to
meet with us. Lot L. I'earce, E. C,
Frank Turner, recorder.
CHADWICK CHAPTER. Xo. ,'!7. 0. F.
S Regular meeting every first .md
third Tuesday at S p. in. in the Ma
sonic Temple. Minnie Mueller, W.
M.; Ida M. Habcock, secretary.
WOODMEN Of THE WORLD Meet
every Friday night at 8 o'clock in
McCornack ' block, li. W. Macey,
C. C; L. S. Geor. clerk. 507 Court
street. Thone 593.
Ml'LTNOMAH ROYAL ARCH CHAP
TER. X'o. 1, R. A. M. Regular meet
ing second Friday in each month at
8 p. m. in the Masonic. Temple. Ray
P. Rich lrdson, Ex. High Priest; Rus
sell M. Brooks, seereturv.
MODERN WOODMEN OE AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp, No. 52 IG,
meets every Thursday evening at 8
o'clock in McCoriiack hall corner
Court and Libertv streets. Elevator
service. W. W. Hill, V. C; Rex. A.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly. No. 84. meets everv Wednesday,
at' 8 p. m. in Moose hall. C. O. Mat
lock, M. A.; C. '.. Randall, secretary,
Salem Bank of Commerce.
HOnsoN COl Ni IL. Xo. 1. R. & S. M.
Stated assembly first Monday in
each month. Masonic Temple. X. P.
Rasmiissen, Thrice Illustrious Mas
ter; Glenn C. Niles, recorder.
X SALEM FENCE and
X ft. B. FLEMING, Frop.
Depot American Fence
Gates, Plain and Barbed Wire.
Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
ftooflog, Fosts, Hop Hooks.
40 Years Making Stoves
Itorei rebuilt and repaired.
. Itorei bought and sold.
250 Court Street. those 124
1 . Back of Chicago Store.
BOOB." as an Artist
Chiro-jCALL FS 1022. Fixit Shop. Asli
ubout repair work in general. Don't
forget we do rug cleaning also. Ash-mon-Buckner,
201 Court street. Sa
lem, Oregon. . Feblft
GOOD US i: 1) 1 ' I' I? X IT t: K I! Don gh t
nmj nlso taken in exchange. Full
line new furniture, ranges, heaters
nml other house furnishings. Some
walnut pieces. Peetz Furniture Co.,
233 iNorth Commercial street. Phone
CLEANERS AND DYERS
COMPANY i !
We" clean '
l:iS South High street.
press, repair, remodel
clothing and furs. Careful 'Attention
given all work. We fall and deliver.
DliS. 11. If. WHITE and R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduates of Amer
ican School of Osteopathy, Kirks
ville. Mo. Post graduate and special
ized in nerve diseases at Los Angeles
college. Treat acute and chronic dis
eases. Consultation tree. Lady at
tendant. Office 505-500 V. S.' Na
tional Hank Huildlng. Phone Sot),
liesideiice .140 North Capital street.
PR. 1). P. GRIFFIN Drug and drink
cure. 142") Fir street, near Meyers
street. Phone 1037.1.
SALKM SCAVENGER Charles Soos,
proprietor. G irbage and reluse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phono Main
2247. Residence Main 2272.
GOOD TOP Bl'GCV For sale or trade
for cmle. 2.');', S. Libertv. Jan2
FOR SALE 2 heifers, one li months
and one fresh in March. 325 Nortii
'Jwelltu street. Jan 27
HKRK IS A F.AHCAIN 12 1-2 acres
in fruit on rock road, good buildings,
stuck and machinerv, for $2800 if
taken soon, II. G. Cox, Route 3, Hox
17(1. Salem. ,Inn2G
FITvXISllF.l) APARTMENTS For
rent, very reasonable. Phone 1905.
l''OI KENT modern five' room
house, furnished, cheap. Call 405 S.
FOR RENT 7 1-2 acres -t miles from
Court House, east, crop for sale, 8
rooin house, chicken Jiouse, garage
and barn. Idle place for chicken
ranch, fresh Jersey cow also 5-pas-senger
Ford c.ir In good condition.
R. (!. Box 110. Feb 8
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Good Real Estate Security.
THOS. E. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon
MONEY TO LOAN V
ON GOOD REAL ESTATE SECTJBITY
HOMER H. SMITH
WEIiP. & (.I.ul'cH CO. O. B. Webb,
A. M. Tough morticians and I'uuerai
directors. Latest modern methods
Known to the profession employed.
4mi Court street. Main 120, Main OSS,
KHiDO.VlilcnARl'SOX CO. Funeral
directors an! undertakers, 2"i2 Nort.i
High street. Dav and night phone
3ALF.M WATER COMPANY Office
corner Coaaereial and Trade streets.
For water service apply at office.
"1U oavable monthly in" advance.
L. M. HUM
YICK SO TONG
Chinese Medicine and
Has medicine which
will cure any known
153 South High Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 283.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, QREOON. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2fi. 1916.
jj? jjc 5! SjC af( )JC 5(C jc J( S)( SjC SfC )(C
The snow ami cold weather if
in the egg market both here
Portland. Todnv grocers are
32 cents cash and
14 cents in trade.
A. year or so ago, the value of valley
wheat in Sulem was estimated at about
10 rents under PoTtlnnd quotations of
Club wheat. This figure d'.ios not hold
good in the present conditions, as the
"est price that can be secured in Pi
'""d I,,r valley wheat, f. o. b., is $1
A sample of the best valley wheat was
sent to a Portland commission house
this week, and 1.00 was the best of
fer. Hence, taking into consideration
freight, insurance and a fair profit the
best that can be offered for valley
wheat in Salem is !)0 cicnts.
Hay, timothy, per ton .
Oats, vetch ,
Cracked corn ,
Shorts, per ton
Creamery butter, per pound 34c
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs, candled, X'o. 1, cash 34
Eggs, case count, cash 32c
Eggs, trade 34c
Hens, pound 19 'to
Roosters, old, per pound 7(27 l-2c
Spring chickens, pound 12 l-2c
Pork, Veal and Mutton.
Veal, dressed 11c
Pork, dressed 8 l-2c
Pork, on foot u l-4(y.b 1-Zc
. . . . 4(a5c
Tomatoes, California ....
Celery, crato o.ou
California head lettuce, case .... $2.50
Apples, Hood River
Tangerines oranges ...
Lemons, per box
California grape fruit
Dates, dromedary, case
$4 25ff?4 75
.. B l-4o
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch
Sugar, D. G
Creamery butter . . .
Flour, hard wheat ..
Flour, valley $l.:i0f(i. $1.00
Portland, Ir.. Jan. 20. Wheat Club
$1.0511.11): Bluesti'in $l.l4..ri 1.10;
Eortv Enid $1.07(irl.l0; lied Kussian
Oats Xo. 1 Wlnto Feed i.i.iCft)
Hogs, nest live $7.2.50 7.40.
- rime steers $7.5Dfn 7.00,
Fancy Cows $ti.25((Ml.5i).
Spring Lambs $1(7i.30.
Butter City Creamery 34c.
Eggs S, lected Local Ex. .Vi(Tr3C.
Mens 1 loi 15c.
Broilers I t''i 14c.
Geese Wn 1 1c.
That useless article may mean
money to yon through the New
Hop Market On
Boom With Dealers
Mystified at Advance
Portland, Or., .Ian. 2li. A buying;
movement of unusually large propor
tions has struck the I'.u-ific coast, hop
market. In the force states trading
has become extremely active and pric
es are on a firmer basis than any time
this year. A large part of the buying
appears to be for export account.
There are also indications of urgent
short covering. That some ' of the
purchases represent new business with
eastern brewers is also certain.
Hoi men nre at a loss to explain the
sudden boom in trade. It may be
partly in consequence of the clearing
off of pooled hops from the market,
but it is more than likely that the de
mand for association . hops is an ef
fect rather than n cause of the flurry.
A place abroad for a large quantity of
American nops has evidently been
tonnd. Whether the stockings up is in
aimc.panou ul a sum , roreig. rl rj
is to avoid the import dutv that Ene-1
land iH likely -to impose is not cl
At any rate, the buving has become
urgent and supplies in the hands of
coast growers are sharply reduced. Or
egon holdings in first hands, outside
tiio association, nre now estimated at
l(),."i00 bales. The Yakima stock has
been reduced to 4500 bales and the
California first-hand supply cut down!
Offers of IT-! cenls for choice hops
were made yesferiTKy 'at Dallas and oth
er points and options at 12 cents were
sought. Among the latest Oregon sales
were 111) bales by Charles Hi 11 yen , of
Dallas, at 11 cents or better. A. .1.
Hay & Son bought a carload from
glowers and dealers at 10 cents. Frank
S. . I oh ii so n bought 109 bales from L.
Damon, of Independence, at !) cents,
also a car in tiie Silverton-Moiint An
gel section, including the crops of
(Juail, Taw, Dnllein and F. Liichl.
In the Yakima section 1700 bales
were sold at 10 cents to ll'i cents, in
cluding the crops of Frank Jackson,
Sam Chung, Morrier, Blair, Beaulaiirier
and Rabbie. In Western Washington,
Mrs. Harms sold ,120 bales.
A niiiuliei' ol new- crop contracts were
announced in California advices. Wolf
signed up Williamson, of American
River, for three years, ,'!0O bales yearly,
at II cents; Coiinsemun contracted 2uo
hales of American Rivers for one year
at 10 cents; Walker, of Chico, contract
ed 150 bales for one year at lO'.j cents.
Advance In Wheat.
The recent swift upward movement
ill the wheat markets of the United
Slates is causing grain men here to
proceed with caution. They nre ask
ing whether or not the top has been
reached. Sooner or Inter the high lim
it is going to be attained and the turn
ing point will come without warning.
It is true that prices nro 30 cents
iieaper in the local market than they
were one year ago, but it is .iust about
i a year ago tint the crest of the 191 1-15
market was reached, and a slump dis
astrous to inanv set in. While there
n ay or may not be a permanent eheel
He the rise, a reaction, at nnv rate, is
! looked for, aiid for that reason there
j l'fifi not been the keenness to buv this
' week that was witnessed in the pre-
$1.')0 1 ceiling with. ii is aiso this uucei -1,C0
1 tiiint.v that is causing millers tu re
!!!".. l!oo! 'r"'n from advancing flour prices at
country wnear, nnis were nnciinngca
$3 50. om Monday, but at the local ex
j change offers were raised from 12 to
1 1-2 cents. Course grains were about
r.cfIOc strT,',1'; ...
nn Bradstreets estimated the worlds
I(-"7n I visible w heat increase at 900,000 bush-
4nc!,', oor" inl'r,',1Ke Ht 1,172,11)111
;. V.' "tl nn 1 bushels, nnd the oats increase at 97!),
on ti..iu inno i,a:.iu
The European visible wheat supply
is 7il,840,lKHI bushels, an increase of
3.150,11110 bushels fof the Week; a yeir
ago it was 72.300,000 bushels, n' de
crease of 4. )0,0H0 bushels.
. Eggs Are Higher. V
After1 early weakness in the egg
trade during the morning, there was' a
very sudden change in tiie tempera
ment of the trade, am) sharp idvanfes
were forced with a very exciting de
The extreme advances in the an
Francisco market yesterday and .'ht
fact that additional snow ha fallen
at all Pacific northwest points, forced
case count eggs from extreme t-reakovis
at ,iic.m.l2 cents a dozen to jump
.ouicltlv to 32 cents and later in the
day when all stocks were cleaned up
as high as 35 cents was offered for this
The dimnml rame from practically,
all interests and all of a sudden. The
market W entirely n weather affair
The Miewfall is expected to force Seat
tie r.nd British Columbia markets into
tlio Imal trade for supplies at this
The immediate future of the trade
depends upon weather conditions en-
tiivly. The advance 'during the day was
unexpected, lint it is' always the uncx-j
pected that occurs in the egg .trade, at
this time of the year.
Union Stock Yards
Xorth Portland, Or., Jan. 20. A '
light run of 500 head of cattle camo
forward today. Most of the stuff was!
of the unfinished class. A tew good
loads sold at 7.00 but even these steers
did not show tiie" quality- that was
shown a week ago. The situation in
general is a steady market. Bulls and
cows went at former prices. ... -Hogs.
A light run of hogs totaling -1800
head came to n steady market. Al
though a couple 'of loads sold at 7.50
this premium was paid on quality only
and the top remained at 7.40. Bulk
went at 7.25.
A fair run of almost 2200' head of
keep were unloaded at. tiie yards.
sheep are beginning to
, ', .. .if"...
lie a scarcity
and buvers are willing to pav a good
I price for well finished stuff. Lambs
are quoted at .- anil ewes at ti..Hi.
The representative sales are as fol-
102 steers 1lli0 7.00
25 steers IDS 17.40
29 steers 1 LSI 7.10
10 steers 1087 0.S5
112 hogs 2017.50:
2li hogs IMS 7.40 1
7S hogs 2047.35
09 hogs '..21 S 7.2"
1 cow : 11)01 (i.nii
1 cow 1151 5.751
2. cows .' 11170 4,75 j
2 bulls 1.TS0 1.00
I heifer 590 li.Olij
3 calves I 'hi 8.00 1
104 wethers flii 7.15 i
17 lambs : 57 0.50
"We Can't Lose the Kiddies"
Sentiment Saved Ship
San Francisco, Jan. 20 The. batter
ed Pollard steamer Centralia is in port,
safe, today, because her captain, Om
ii ii r 1 Swendseii, wouldn't sny quit while
he had in Ins charge two happy kid
dies who didn't know that tiie ship
was in danger of going down.
Caught in a storm en route from
(I rays harbor, li'ir deck load of lumber
swept awu.v. her rudder smashed, and
her hold' filled with water, the Ceu
tralin had a terrific battle. The men
were ready to quit.
"It's bad enough for ns to go
down- ," the captain shouted to them
above the roar of the storm, "but we
can 't lose the kiddies. "
The "kiddies'1 were Charlie and ,
l. i-.nii.tHf, l!.,..,l,f , .1.1. o
Spurred on bv this word, the men,;
ilmost exhausted, went back to their
task, and finally pumped out enough
water that they could get a fire un
der the boilers again, and limp into
CONFERS WITH JUDGE TEAL.
State Bridge Engineer Thinks Concrete
Structure is Desirable.
Howard Whittier Holmes, associated
with the bridge department of the State
Highway commission, was in Dallas
yesterday afternoon Conferring with
Judge Teal relative to the proposed
inter-county bridge across the Willam
ette river at Salem. Mr. Holmes be
lieves the 'people are in ftivor of the
construction of a concrete structure,
and that when the final plans and' spe
cifications are ready for presentation
to the Viewers will recommend that
type of span to the' county courts of
Polk and Marion counties. Borings will
be made within a short time for the
purpose of ascertaining to' what depth
it would be necessary to go for a sub
stantial foundation fur a concrete
bridge, and when this shall have been
completed those in charge of the work
will have something wore definite upon
which to base (heir claims for this type
of construction. Mr. Holmes does not
believe that the viewers have thrown
the nineteen plans already prepared into
the discard, but is inclined to think that
if a steel structure in finally decided
upon they will later be considered.
CHARLTON COMES HOME.
Xew York, Jan. 20.- Porter Charlton
convicted in Ilalv of murdering his
wife, the beautiful California woman
formerly Mary Scott Castle, was due to
arrive hero today oa the liner Ameri
ca. A war pardon and the fact that
he had hl'ileady . been -jailed several
mouths reduced his sentence and gave
him a release in November.
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Salem Steam Laundry, 130 South Liberty Main 21
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING
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Salem Truck & Dray Co., corner State and Front streetB
Beaver State Printers, Tatton Block
for that bothersome skin trouble,
the two distinct types of eczema.
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Oregon City Transportation Company
Leave Portland for Oregon City, Buttc
ville, Xewberg, Mission (St. Paul),
Wheatland, Salem (daily except
Sunday) 6:45 a.m.
Leave Portland for Independence, Al
bany, Corvallis, (Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday) 0:45 a.m.
Corvallis 0 a.m. Mon., Wed., Fri.
Albany 7 a.m. Mon., Wed., Fri.
Independence ..9a.m. Mon., Wed,, Fri.
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