THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, OREGON, MONDAY, JAN. 31, 1916. SKVEN GO SS O R S' COURT publication of the record of & 'S2,e. Claims before the Manon County Commissioners Court for January Term, 1916. with the amount alilowed, MIc .nntinnoil of. lnnrAmitI)e-la"liu John- drawing MJIUO liUUUllUVU) VIV., UVVU1 Uillg i J,a, to the records in the office of the County Clerk Stevens, Ellis, scraping, etc. Vinton, George, draging Woelkie, August, scraping Jefferson, W. J., supervisor ..... Road District No. 17. Kouley, Romeo, dragging Peregory, John, dragging January Term, Roads and Highways, Road District No. 1. Beck & Son, tile $ 3.78 Schneider, Fred, ditching 5.00 Keii, Wm. F., ditching 2.00 Hunt, Pete, dragging 2.00 Keil, Henry J., supervisor .... 8.00 Road District No. 2. Drager, D. G., adv. for freight 17.50 Hubbard Enterprise, pub. notice 2.97 galcm Sand & Gravel Co., gravel 16.00 Beck & Son, 0. N., tile 2.60 Mooman, J. C, lumber 7.10 Scholl & Son, J., naUs 1.00 Jones, Grant, slushing 37.50 Bevens, John, slushing 42.50 Troudt, C. D., dragging 11.25 Jones, Clyde, ditching 10.50 Bevens, C. P., ditching 1.75 Jones, Kdgar, ditching 8.75 Ball, E. R., ditching 9.62 Zeek, Geo., ditching 3.50 Farrerels, W. M., ditching 8.75 Daniels, S. T., supervisor 37.50 Road District No. 3. Feller, A. E., dragging 8.00 Pick, John, ditching 16.00 Gilbert, Ray, ditching 10.00 Hughes, Glen C, repairing cul verts 2.00 Jackson, Ralph, on rd. drag 29.00 Moore, I. T., ou rd. drag, etc. . . 45.00 Jackson, J. R., supervisor 37.50 Road District No. 5. Davidson, Chester, dragging ... 7.50 Pclland, Fred, measuring gravel 2.00 Davidson, W. P., supervisor .... 4.50 Road District No. 7. Drager, D. G., adv. for freight 49.00 Hodson-Fcenaughty Co., road drag 25.00 Choquette, Fix, driving team . . 19.50 Kathman, B. A., nails 3.45 Cutsforth, John H., supervisor . . 44.08 Road District No. 8. Drager, D. 0., adv. for freight.. 17.50 Landon Hdw. Co., gravel shovel, M etc 82 McKay, John, ditching 1.00 "Wilford, Austin, working on hill 5.00 Harper, 8. W., supervisor 58.25 Road District No. 8 1-2. Pessinger, Fred, ditching 4.00 Scollard, J. C, repairing culverts 1.00 Seollnrd, Roy, ditching 1.00 Wells, E. P., hauling lumber, etc 4.00 Whitney, Gilbert, dragging, etc. 7.00 Scollard, Wm., supervisor 5.00 Road District No. 9. Monitor Lumber Co., lumber. . . . 4.60 Marson, Louis, grubbing 1.00 Kndrigo, Joe, grubbing 2.00 Turin, Angclo, grubbing 2.00 ..Wolfe, John, grubbing 4.00 Van Cleave, Joseph A., super visor 10.25 Road District No. 12, Main, B. I.., loading rock 1.50 Ettlin, Anton, loading rock, etc. 4.00 Hettwer, Frank, breaking rock . 4.00 Steward, Ernest, engineer 5.25 Shepherd, Floyd, driving team .. 15.50 Shepherd, Elvin, loading rock, etc 8.50 1 Shepherd, Carl, loading rock, etc. 8.50 Lawrence, J. B., loading rock, etc 8.50 Lawrence, E. R., unloading rock 2.00 Landwing, Herman, loading rock, etc 7.50 Semolke, Paul, loading rock, etc. 11.50 Bricrsack, Jakol, loading rock, etc 12.00 PI as, E., loading rock, etc 11.50 Bichtcr, A. F., hauling rock .... 13.00 Fiiher, J. B., hauling rock .... 9.00 Dnnagan, C. A., hauling rock . . 5.00 Logue, Chas., hauling rock .... 4.50 Serniotti, Angclo, loading rock, etc 2.50 Serniotti, John, loading rock, etc. 3.50 3.50 4.00 34.62 Ecmolek, John unloading rock .. Semolke, August, breaking rock Hogg, W. T., supervisor Road District No. 13. Bowen, Cliauncy, dragging .... 4.00 Dickens, William, ditching .... f 1.00 Bitchey, John, dragging 4.00 Miller, I. W., supervisor 16.25 Road District No. 14. Allen, T. D., wire, posts, etc. .. 15.91 Killian, John, lumber 1.72 Torter, E. S., lumber 1.38 Weaver, Harry, cleantng ditch, etc 17.00 Bailer, Lou, cleaning ditch, etc. 12.00 Hullt, Alford, repairing culverts 2.00 Hadley, L. O., supervisor 23.50 Road District No. 16. Drager, D. G., adv. for freight 35.00 Boughman, Winter, dragging .. 10.00 Coomler, John S., hauling gravel 21.07 Kennedy, Abe, ditching 3.90 Morgan, Virgil, ditching 80 OJJie, Wm., shoveling 2.60 Bobina, James, dragging ....... 12.80 J Lander, Arthur, repairing road Lander, W. V., repairing road Road District No. 18. Cole, Robt., hauling gravel, etc. Felton, Frank, dragging Coouse, J. P., dragging Road District No. 19. Pearce & Son, Lot L., repairs for grader ,. Ross, T. L., lumber Salem Const. Co., rock Salem Sand & Gravel Co. gravel Ross, Claude, ditching Wjlliams, Charles, ditching Claggett, Clyde, filling ruts, etc. Mason, J. If., filling ruts, etc. Brown, William, filling ruts etc. Cripps. James, Sr., hauling rock Cripps, James, Sr., hauling rQck (hired man) White, W. B., hauling rock Smith, Frank, hauling rock Claggett, Archie, supervisor .... Road District No. 20. Salem Sand & Gravel Co., grav el Sutter, John, ditching Lundy, Frank, dragging Hinzc, Charlie, dragging Kapunger, Wm. F., supervisor Road District No. 202. Salem Sewer Pipe Co., pipe .... Sciiarf, Dan, dragging Wjeken, R., grading McKillop, A. B., grading Hoven, Adolph, ditching, etc Van Cleave, L. M., supervisor .. Road District No. 21. Salem Sewer Pipe Co., pipe Spaulding Logging Co., lumber Brown, Robert O., work on bridge, etc Eppley, C. M., spikes Fryslie, Nim, hauled gravel, etc. Fryslic, Iwen, measuring gravel Gesner, B. B., logs Grimm, Charles A., putting in ties Parson, Andrew C, dragging .... Ashby, Claude C, supervisor .... Road District No. 22. DeVrics, William, dragging R-imscyer, Ben, repairing bridge Ramsey.er, Albert, .repairing of bridge Lien, Melvin, ditching Ramsden, C. J., supervisor Road District No. 24. Jorgensen, H. E., engineer Benedict, Joe, grubbing Benedict, Mike, grubbing, etc Kintz, John, foreman Schmitt, Chas., shoveling rock Schmitt, Geo., hauling rock Schmitt, Jacob, repairing road Smith, F. C, plowing ditches Watt Shipp Powder Co., gela tine Read District No. 25. Drager, D. G., adv. for freight Alexander, Gid, ditching Bell, Chance, spreading gravel Colvin, ('has., hauling gravel .... Dailey, John, shoveling gravel Fuson, Roy, hauling gravel Henderson, Robert, shoveling gravel Jensen, H. P., repairing tools .... Miller, C. M., lumber Reeves, Chance, hauling gravel Robinson &- Kirkpatrick, nails, etc Salem Sand & Gr.ivel Co., grav el Van Nays, W. (.'., dragging, etc, Lewis, Claude, supervisor Road District No. 26. Bates, C. O., ditching, etc Little, Chas., ditching, etc Robertson, A. E., ditching, etc. Witzel, R. O., supervisor Read District No. 27. Salem Construction Co., rock .... Triinm, H. W., hauling rock Road District No. 28 3. Lewis, Fred, shoveling dirt Lewis, X. W., .hauling dirt Salem Sand & Gravel Co., grav el Trueblood, Adolphus, Shoveling dirt Trueblood, J. W., h.iuling grav el Trueblood, E. E., supervisor Road District No. 30. Parrish, Elward, ditching Fencl, Frank, ditching Donohue, Dan, supervisor Road District No. 31. Davidson & Barber, filer, etc Cook, Hugh, shoveling gravel .... Gentry, John, hauling gravel .... Lee, Chester, shoveling gravel etc Metzner, Albert, grubbing, etc. Miller, M. C, grubbing, etc Palmer, John, hauling gravel.... Palmer, Willi.ini, barling gravel Russell, H. E., grubbing, etc Russell, Roy, shoveling gravel.... Stephens, Grover, shoveling gravel , Willson, Joe, grubbing Wilson, Annias, grubbing Worthing. E. F., grubbing Russell, S. JL, supervisor .80 12..-)0 12.40 14.10 1.60 14.06 20.23 12.25 3.30 1.73 7.00 44.00 12.00 12.00 .70 21.39 20.25 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 4.00 22.60 9.S8 3.00 8.00 3.00 3.75 7.20 8.00 4.00 4.00 2.00 17.75 14.40 16.63 6.00 1.23 6.00 1.00 1.50 6.00 10.00 35.30 7.31 1.31 Road District No. 32. Caldwell, ,T. T., patching Darby, Claude, patching ......... Oiebeler, John, ditching Kcrber, E. A., shoveling rock.... Kinisey, Lowe, ditching Lau, E. C, tilo .'. Sanders, T. L., patching Staab, Chas., shoveling rock, etc ; Thomas, C. E., patching Lambert, L. O., supervisor Road District No. 33. Alexander, E. D., pub. road notice Steiger, Charley, lumber Meier, Philip, blacksmith work Eazel, Jack, plowing, etc Lambrecht, Andrew, holding low Bazel, Frank, making ditch Etzel, E. T., mnking ditch Tietz, Julius, culvert work Etzel, Jno. W., culvert work etc. W.igner, Nick, draining water from road Siegnmnd, E. G., draining water from road Siegnmnd, Jacob, slashing Etzel, Frank, ditching Lnmbreclit, Jacob, culvert work Eazol, Mr. Geo. A., supervisor (ov.) Riesterer, F. J., nails Lambrecht, Geo., making ditch Tmbler, W, J., elenrning road .... Etzclj P. T., draining water Fererse, P. C, putting in bridge Fcreres, Theodore, work on the bridge : Etzel, Jno. W., repairing cul verts Etzel, Geo. A., supervisor, Dee. Read District No. 33'2. Berringer, Wm., helping survey Stone, Manley, digging out ditch Beringer, B. F., hauling gravel Beringcr, C. E., hmling gravel King, Howard, shoveling Beringer, Wm., supervisor Road District No. 34. Hammond Lumber Co., throe wedges Chamberlin, A. H., work on cul verts, etc Sischo, Ed., work on culverts, etc Sischo, Bay, work on culverts, etc Chamberlin, M. E., supervisor.. Road District No. 37. Hoyser, Geo. M., draging, etc., hired man and self Road District No. 38. Salem Sewer Rpe to., 'dlrnin tilo Salem Const. Co., gravel Kobow, C. A., dragging, etc Gruenfelder, Melvin, h.iuling of gravel SI Gebrmnn, Anton, hauling grav "J2 el Johnson, E. A., hauling gravel Ward, E. J., hauling gravel 5.25 1 Settler, Fred, hauling gravel .. Johnson, F. O., supervisor Road District No. 40. Bogen, J. & Johnson, O.,. road work .is per contract I Hammond, Lumber Co., powder, J-00 j lumber, etc Bickett, Billie, driving team, etc Work, Charles, building bridge, etc Shepherd, Floyd, plowing, etc. .. Smith, Leon, loading scrapers .. Barnes, Verne, digging rock, etc 20.75 15.50 5.00 3.00 2.00 3.84 7.30 10.00 3.00 24.50 23.00 19.00 14.00 5.00 8.73 1.10 13.00 14.00 3.00 3.50 5.00 6.30 8.16 3.50 3.75 3.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 8.50 3.50 .50 14.00 3.00 1.00 21.00 2.00 2.00 .75 2.00 2.00 1.00 t 2.00 5.00 4.00 4.00 10.00 8.00 4.00 7.50 2.50 16.00 4.00 4.00 21.25 28.25 4.80 100.50 36.00 32.00 4.00 28.00 20.00 4.00 56.00 2.50 2.30 1.80 6.00 1,20 16.00 13.50 17.25 9.25 4.25 20.73 2.50 1 Shoemaker, John, dumping the 5.00 1 A.rav.ers Taylor, Frank, digging, etc Barnes, Thomas, getting logs .. Richards, E. J. supervisor Read Distlrct No. 41. Salem Construction Co., crushed rock Wenderoth, Geo., rodinan Gcrig, V.il, tile Kostcnborder, Wm., leveling of road : Park, M. C, drainage D street Voorhics, H. E., dragging Zell, G. E., hauling rock i.Sweelc. Gen., snnervisor 192.88 25.16 17.00 33.00 56.50 30.50 33.50 18.30 14.00 1.00 61.75 5.85 6.00 11.37 30.00 8.40 8.31 40.00 20.00 1.00 2.00 4.30 4.00 18.00 11.00 12.00 4.00 10.00 6.00 4.00 2.00 9.00 13.00 8.00 49.30, Road District No. 42. Dressier, H., ditching ( lark, J. P., supervisor Road District No. 44. Salem San.1 & Gravel Co., gravel Jory, Rolland ('., hauling gravel Holland, C. Jory, hauling gravel Stark, Walter, hauling gravel Jory, G. W., supervisor Road District No. 45. Drager, 1. G., adv. for freight Flifet, Lcvie, ditching, etc Zimcman, C, ditching, etc Hamilton, J. M., supervisor .... Road District No. 46. Ray L. Farmer Hdw. Co., steel, oil, etc Barr, C. C, ditching Bones Bro., repairs on road sn ?ra,i,'r - no i Strong, H. C, ditching justice, supervisor Road District No. 47. Robinson & Kirkpatrick, nails noopnr, .E. A., culvert worl, etc Batlinger, John, bridge work.... Wells, B. D., bridge work Boedigheimer, John, bridge work j. Bones, V, M., bridge work Darby, John, supervisor Road District No. 48. Huffman, E. J., dragging, etc. Road District No. 49. Boschler, Albert, log dragging 99.38 3.25 .70 19.00 2.00 2.00 49.00 04.25 1.75 10.24 7.70 4.00 12.50 25.00 7.50 17.50 1.00 1.09 6.00 10.85 16.00 2.00 14.00 17.50 .50 4.00 4.00 2.00 4.00 2.00 2.50 12.50 14.00 Hammond, J. L., ditching 3.00 Hughes, Will, culvert work 1.00 Hughes, W. S., delivering lum ber, etc. 5.00 Shaner, Ray, raking in gravel 2.00 Wirtz, Jacob, raking in gravel 1.00 McKee, Chas. A., supervisor .... 15.75 Road District No. 52. D. G. Drager, adv. for freight 17.50 Rny L. Firmer Hdw. Co., shovel 1.35 Pearce & Son, Lot L., road drag, etc 30.55 Nelson, Julius, road signs 6.00 Pratuni Mercantile Co., bolts .45 Janz, A. F., dragging road .... 2.81 Leaghty, Lester, dragging road 10.50 Dunigan, Maurice, laying tile, etc 2.00 Dunigan, Willie, laying tile, etc. ' 2.00 Dunigan, Eddie, dragging 7.50 Warner, Henry, hauling gravel 4.50 Ramsden, Carl, hauling gravel 4.50 McDonold, W. E., dragging .... 6.00 Klecn, H., hauling gravel 3.00 Bassett, Fred, dragging 16.50 Lauderbaek, Jim, dragging 4.50 Simmons, Grover, dragging 13.75 Tweed, John, dragging, etc 21.75 Lauderbach, John, dragging etc. 21.75 Dunigan, Edw., supervisor 23.73 Road District No. 54. Silverton Appeal, printing no tices 10.00 Kascr, Sam, dragging 6.00 Overlund, Ole, dragging 6.00 Andersen, Axel, ditching 1.00 Gonlcrud, John C, supervisor .... 3.00 Road District No. 55. . Farris, Grant, dragging 2.00 Road District No. 56. Ruble, Oral, luulmg rock 4.00 Road District No. 57. Ruble, Oral, helping move rock crusher 4.00 Road District No. 58. Lund', Frank, dragging 1.50 Williams, Gale, hauling gravel .. 1.50 Road District No. 59. Salem Construction Co., gravel .. Dickey, W. C, hauling gravel .. Salem Tilo & Mercantile Co., driin tile Road District No. 60. Salem Sewer Pipo Co., sewer pipe Kaiser, B. IL, plowing 14.00 Stege, Chas., holding plow 7.00 Taylor, H. O., dragging 3.50 Miller, D. J., shoveling dirt 5.25 Miller, Carl, shoveling dirt 5.25 Chamberlain, C, shoveling dirt 5.03 Martin, O. L., shoveling dirt .... 3.28 Road District No. 62. Rruns, M. A., ditching 4.50 Gouley, Homer, ditching 18.00 Harris, A. E., hauling gravel .. 8.00 Wensc, W. H., ditching 4.00 Penny, J. B., supervising 10.00 Road District No. 63. Choquette, A. A., shoveling gravel 2.00 Libbo, Louie, dragging, etc. .. 23.00 Parrott, Dick, shoveling gravel 3.00 Woolworth, Dolpii, dragging and hauling gravel 12.00 Mathiot, Pete, supervisor 22.75 Road District No. 64. Cannard, Clnrenco, ditching .... 4.50 Cannard, Francis, ditching 2.50 Cannard, J. C, ditching 4.50 Corville, Louis, ditching 6.50 Ditmar, T. A., grivel 50.00 Rubens, Al, team work 12.00 Vanderbeck, A. L., hauling grav el " 8.00 Rubens, Joseph, supervisor 12.62 Road District No. 65. Finney, Geo. H., supervisor 22.00 Road District No. 66. Brown-Pctzcl Lumber Co., lum ber 5.28 Divoly, Lloyd, hauling lumber, etc. 5.50 Blone, Peter, repairing culverts 2.50 T C1.....1. .l.n....: l Mnn Kucnzli, Hugh, drngejng road .. 2.00 Road District No. 67. Barber, 1)., work on culverts .... 2.00 Neil, John, on grader 10.00 Ray, Guy, on grader 2.00 T 1.80 3.37 .64 9.00 A well-known authority states that stomach trouble and indigestion is near ly always due to acidity acid stomach and not, as most folks believe, from a lack of digestive juices. Ho states that an excess of hydrochloric acid in the stomach retards digestion and starts food fermentation, then our meals sour like garbage in a can, forming acid fluids and gases which inflate the flnirl and gases which inflate the get that heavy, lumpy feeling in the chest., we eructate sour food, belch gas, or have heartburn, flatulence, water brash, or nausea. He tells us to lay asido all digestive aids and instead, get from any phar macy four ounces of Jad Salts and take a tablespoonful in a glass of water be fore breakfast while- it is effervescing, and furthermore, to continue this for one week. While relief follows the first rlos, it is important to neutralize the acidity, remove tho gas-making mass, start the liver, stimulate tho kid neys and thus promote a free flow of pure digestive juices. Jad Salts is inexpensive and is made from tho acid of grapes and lemon juice, combiner with lithia and sodium phosphate. This harmless salts is used by thousands of peoplo for stomach trouble with excellent results. German Admiral Says ' I England Cannot Stop Commerce On Baltic (Continued From Page One.) T I Says Indigestion Comes From Western Folks Like Mrs. Wil- An Excess of Hydro- I son -Greeting to Her chloric Acid Rivals That to Husband NEW TODAY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES 27.00 202.13 .15 50.00 71.: 874.41 Peterson, F. W., supervisor Roadmaiter. Culver, W. J., salary and ex pense Patton Bros., filler Miscellaneous. Banta, A. .V., watchman on Wil lamette bridge City of Salem, The, 1-3 share watchmin's services, etc Coast Bridge Company, repair ing. Willamette bridge .. Cutler, Oscar, drawing deeds and plats, etc 17.50 Donaldson, R. (., watchman on Willamette bridge 100.00 Farmer Hdw. Co., Ray L., nails 3.35 Livesay & Sons, 1). H., tile 105.00 Portlind Railway Light and Power Co., are light 6.00 Record IJiblishing Co. The, adv. notice of bridge plans 7.55 Salem Water Light and Pow er Co., water lr, Spaulding Logging Co., The Chas. K., lumber for steel bridge 103.02 Swart, H. S., levelman, etc 14.30 Vamiiill Electric Co., bridge lights at Newherg 4.12 Yamhill Electrict Co., bridge lights at Newbcrg 4.13 Cont'd Road District No, 32. Hutchison, Otis, ditching ' 2.00 have nil tho things necessary for war for several years." Then I asked him how long he thought tho war would last. "Until we are victorious," wis the immediate reply. "Tho allies have said repeatedly that tho war will con tiiiue until Germany is defeated, until her business is forever ruined and her international influence destroyed. Tho war will last until tho allies learn th.it they cannot accomplish their purposes. That may bo a long time." "A year or two" I suggested. "A long time," ho repeated. Then tho admiral talked of the Ger man and English navies. England Fears America. "It was pointed out iu tho houso of commons recently by a member who spoke of secret construction ot Ger many's navy that danger of such in crease was presented to England," he continued. "Tho increase of our nuvy during the war, and that, of England's has been ,.vbout tho same. But Ger many's navy lias never been changed disproportionately to Jiiiglaiut h. "it is our merchant murine, how ever, that England has feared. Tho tact that tins fleet is today not de stroyed, but is re.uly at any moment that peace is declared, to resume peace ful trading is one thing that causes Knglisli anxiety. England duos not fear the German navy, but she docs fear America and the growing Ameri can njvy. " I asked him about submarines and especially if it were tnio t!iat more than 50 had been lost. ".Vol half that miinv, nor near half," he replied quickly. "The Eng lish think that because they hid nets and mines, our submarines are being t nipped. Nothing could b more uu true. "More than one submarine has pono through these nets without damage. "The tact th.it in less than a year, moie than I, .'10(1,0(10 tons of enemy merchant ships have been destroyed by Cieni is enough evidence, of what our ships have done to English and allied t commerce. More Candidates File With Secretary of State W. I). Wood, of Hillsbnrn. is a candi- I date of the republican party for the 1 office of state senator, Eleventh Sena torial district, and filed his declara tion today. Ills statement is, "Con tinue, past efforts for strict economy." The mass of half baked and ill-considered legislation heretofore passed has encumbered our statutes, added expense and dissatisfaction with the legislature. My efforts will be continued for fewer lind more carefully considered laws. T. H. Goyne, of Tillamook, also filed today as a candidate of the republican party for tho office of district attorney of Tillamook county with the following slogan, "Respect for law, and a clean government." Phone 81 for better carrier service. Chicago, Jan. 31. President Wilson reached here at 8:11 a. m. todny, pre paratory to invasion of the 'hyphen country" at Milwaukee this afternoon in behnlt ot his preparedness program. Tho chief executive did not leave the train us it pulled into the LuSalle street station and the special was switched to the Northwestern tracks, ready to leave at 10:50 for Milwaukee. The president, his wife, Dr. Grayson and the presidential secretary were at breakfast as the train arrived. Along the route fiom Cleveland, throngs were! out from dawn on, to catch a glimpse of the presidential party. At a number of stations tlicy were rewarded by a glimpse at the president nnd his bride, but here tho crowds at the l.nSallc and Northwestern stations were not permit ted to enter the gates. Mrs. Wilson was attired in a shirt waist, suit, and jhc joined the president in waving a greet ing to the throngs en route. She did no shopping here but accom panied the president in Milwnakee. riea&ed With Mrs, Wilson.. The central west likes her. At her every appearance with the president, her applause has rivalled his. Enthus iastic receptions given her everywhere hnvo obviously pleased the chief execu tive. The president's address at Milwau kee this afternoon wns expected to de velop nrnund tho message sent Senator James for presentation to a Hungarian meeting in New Vork. In this Wilson expressed his "sincere confidence in the great body of our fellow citizens who have strengthened and enriched America by adding their energy to ours to make a great America." It was expected he would appeal to foreign born citizens at Milwaukee as well as native Americans, to unite with in, in support of more defenses against dangers "which threaten from with out." There were new indications todny thnt the president will visit nearly ev ery portion of the country on differ ent trips before he completes his pre paredness stumping tour. The Air Hose Burst. As the president left for Milwaukee at 10:07 an nir horse on his train ex ploded, startling everyone. Wilson was assured, however, that there was no danger. lie offered no comment on the Frank furter Zeitung report that Germany had said her last word in the Lusitania case, and that she did not disapprove the ac tion of tho German commander. At the same time, he authorized a de nial of the report that he had changed his view as to the right of Americans to travel on belligerent ships, He does not favor Sonator Gore's measure to bar them from such vessels, and ho -stands on tlio principle that any American citizen has unquestionable rights ou the nign seas. After speaking at 2 o'clock at Mil waukee, the president planned to return bore for a speech tonight. Rate per word New Today: Each insertion, per word 1 Ono week (6 insertions), per word....5o One month (26 insertions), per word 17a All ads must bo ordered for -x stated length of time, no ad to count less than 10 words. The Capital Journal will not be re sponsible for more than one insertion for errors in Classified Advertise ments. Read your advertisement the first day it appears and notify us im mediately if it contains an error. Minimum chirge, 15c. PHONE 937 For wood saw. it iiAKItl' Window cleaner. Phone 7tt!. Jan31 ONE MULE FOR SALE T. Lovre, li. It. No. 7. Feb 7 nvAiM'iil) iioel ciuie una veui. Phone 1425-M. Feb 2i LOST Ladies gold watch. Phone 7U7M. Reward. ti SECOND GROWTH F1H WOOD J3.30 per cord. Phone 2249. tf OAK, ban, old fir, second gruwin, cora wood. Phone 1322J. Peb7 SMALL. PIGS FOR SALE Phono 03r2. J. m, Coburn. Febl (Continued on Page Eight.) r Tell your neighbor of the sat- lsfaction of reading the Cap- lui Journal. TODAY ONLY Baroness DeWitz THE VALKYRIE CHARLES CHAPLAIN 8-REELS -8 10c-TODAY -10c MIDKLB AGED LADY Wishes House keeping. IJioho 612M. Fol)3 t'Oit KUiNT FumiBned rooms. In- cjuiro 210 S. 11th. Phono 2092.U. Fobl i'UKlN ISliLD AfAKXMJSA'ls -0.o to $15.00. 491 Nortn Cottage. V FOK KENT Jiait ot moucrn lunnsnca home. Call at 352 North Twelfth. Jan 31 1'OK KENT furnished apartments. lmpiiro 210 S. 14th. Phone 2092 K. Febl FOR SALE nconas and ltl.lck Min orca s at 50c each. Kouto No. 6, Hox 1 Hi. Peba ltATidt'F iiui'M"! .f'rusn rooms, homo cooking. 650 N. Winter. Hi on a 3U2-W. Feba I'Olt SALE span of bay mares, wnl be at tho ( enter street iced stnblcs Tuesday. JauSl WANTED Good work horse, not ex ceed 12 years, must be cheap. ( ar Journal, i. Febl FOR SALE Cheap, two typewriters, Underwood and Remington. 1230 Center street. Fobl I'Oli KENT -Modern furnished house keeping rooms, 6!)0 North Cottage. Phono 1532R-. Jan3l WANTED Housekeeper for three adults, to work part of day an-1 stay home nights. Jan3l FOK HALE No. 5 Underwood type writer; No. 3 Burroughs Adding Ma chiiio. Telephone 46. Jun3l FOR KENT 40 acres, good buildings, all in cultivation, 7',i. miles from Sa lem. Phone 62FI4. Feb7 Speaks From Car. Aboard President' Wilson's Special Train, Racine, Wis., Jan. 31 Hupping those who charge that the demand for national preparedness lias sprung from "persons interested in supplying the government, with the instruments of war, President Wilson tod.iy advo cated government mumifnctiiro of mu nitions. Speaking to thousands in a rear plat form address he declared: "I have all along advocated, and -tl-ways shall, that the government as far as possible, manufacture those things lor itself in order that it may control prices nt which they shill be sold to the government. There are adequate means of defending ourselves against those wiio would innlie money out of the necessities of the nation, mid we will use them. Hut. I do not believe that, the impulse for preparedness hap come from null sources. "The impulse comes from men who are disinterested, from men who know tho actual circumstances of the conn try .uid know that these things arc im niediati'lv necessary. ' ' Mrs. Wilson Gets Ovation. Along tiie Imo from Chicago, en route to Milwaukee, the president was accorded a noisy reception everywhere. At each stop he was foi I to wait sev eral minutes before Vie could malio him self heard. Thousands of children were included in the throngs. "I used to bo .1 school master," lie said smilingly nt. nne slop, "but I can't make these youngsters he quiet.'' At each station stop, Mrs. Wilson joined the executive on the rear plat form, ami was given a tremendous re reption that wns only equalled by that accorded Wilson. At Kenosha, ,i huge bouquet wn handed over the rail to her; at liacine she delayed making her appearance, until the presidmt called her, saying to the. crowd at the same time: "Here is soino one better worth looking at than I nni." Thousands greeted the presidential party at the depot anil lined the streets to the hotel. A troop of militia escort ed the party. The president nn-l. his wife diner pri vately before the speech. A Journal New Today will convert waste into wealth. The Oregon Wholesale and Retail Hide and Junk Co. Phone, 390; lies. Phone, 1737-W. Has moved from thnir former location, 430 Conrt street, to 197 South Com mercial. (The old stand of the Lawr enco Grocery, corner Ferry and Com mercial streets) anrl nro open for busi ness at that place. Highest prices p.iirl for hides, wool, copper, brass, iron, etc. lieforo selling elsewhere, consult us for prices. D. Samuel, proprietor. AUSULUTELlt rutti AIA1-L.K SYBUP From New York, $1.60 per gallon it Damon's. Feb 22 FOlt KENT Modern seven room resi dence near Court house. John 11. Scott, ovor Chicago Store. Jan31 TO TRADE Huggy horse, to trade for cow, or chickens, or will sell cheap. Phouo 77F13. Fob3 lit It SALE Two pare blood lihndo Is land White eoekrels. Inquire C. H. Stone, It. F. I). No. 6, Salem. Febl l'lll. II.'MT h'ni. I...ht ....... t'Olt KENT for liuht hoiisekeetniiL'. one large front room, well furnish er! with furnace heat. 143 Court St. Jun.ll MAHK1EI) MAN WANTS POSITION' on farm, c.in furnish reference. A. C. Sinionds, li. It. No. 2, Salem, Ore. Fcb5 FINK FNDEKWOMD TYPEWRITER w ith h.ick spacer, if III. On. Owner leaving city. Call at 165 South Com mercial. JnulU FOK KENT Housekeeping rooms in lnrgo suites from $6 to $8 per month. Why pay morol OU at 343 1-2 North Commercial. tf FOlt SA EEAbout ;!.". head of pui-i bred White Leghorn pullets. Price 75 cents ouch. H. K. Cook. 1?. F. D. No. I, Snlcm. Febl FOlt RENT Store, 21x163 feet, elec tric lights and steam heat. See Watt Shipp Co.. 219 North Commercial street. Phone 363. tf WANTED TOMOKKOW Two largo teams to h.tiil wood. LOO for S hours. Must be at McNary station at S a. m. 'ioiic !)2. Jan31 FOlt KENT Seven room house, clnso in, gas, bath, hot and cold water. 310 Ihiion street, between Commercial & Liberty street. Phone 3S0.M. Febl WILL ACCEPT goorl second hand auto as first payment on a nice home at Quiuuby. Eon! preferred, J. C. Me Farlmie, Salem, Kouto No. 8. Febl THE COTTAGE-furnished hoiiw keeping room. Front rooms. Fur nished to suit taste. Hensnnnblo prices. Foot of Court street. Febl WANTED Information of Iva Louisa Thomas Oorden, last heard from 'it Salem, Oregon, general delivery. No tify J. W. Thomas, Solms, Calif., Box 303. FebO Foil RENT Housekeeping rooms, ouo two mum suite, one three room suite, very reasonable, close in, threo blocks from city hull, 416 Inion St. Phone 5hilM. Febl FOlt SALE A few Rhode Island White Cockrels, Fggs LSD end 2.00 for 1j. Hooking orders to ship later. State when. Jas. Olmstcid, MeMinn ville, Oregon. Marl New Today Ails work while you sleep wilMiuvo results for you in tho morning.