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DR. 0. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practic 's 1'ouiitttin lion J, Davenport,
Iowa. If you have tried everything
and have got no relief, try Chiroprac
tic spinal adjustments and get well.
Office 40G-7-S 1'. S. National Hank
Building. Ifhouo Main 87. Residence
APBAREL SERVICE COMPANY
138 South High street. Wo clean,
press, repair, remodel and re-line
clothing and furs. Careful attention
Riven all work. We call aud deliver.
DR. 0. A. OLSON. DENTIST
Administers Nitrons Ozid and Ogygen
Room 214. riionel-IO.
Masonic Temple. Snlem.Ore.
A. 0. U. W. rrotcction Lodge No. 2.
Meets every Monday evening at 8
in the McCornnck hall, coiner Court
and Liberty streets. H. 0. Donaldson,
M. W.; S. A. MeFadden, recorder;
A. L. Brown, Financier.
SALEM LOdGE No. 4, A. F. & A. M.
Stated communication!) first Fridny
in each month at 7:30 p. in. in the
Masonic Temple. Chas. M. Carter,
W. M.; S. Z. Culver, secretary.
PACIFIC LODGE No. op, A. F. & A. M.
Stated communications third Friday
in each month .it 7:110 p. m. in the
Masonic Temple. Hal V. Bolam, W.
M.; Ernest II. Choate, secretary.
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Kecler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson,
secretary. All cases of cruelty or
neglect of dninli animals should be
reported to tho secretary for investi
gation. B. N. OF A. "Oregon Grape Camp,"
No. 1300, meets every Thursday ev
ening in McCornnck building, "court
and Liberty streets; elevator. Mrs.
Sylvia Schaupp, 1791 Market, oracle;
Mrs. Melissa Persons, recorder, 1290
North Commercial. Phone 1430-M.
DE MOLAY COMMANDERY, No. 5,
K. T. Regular conclave fourth Fri
day in each month at 8 o 'clock p. m.,
in Masonic Temple. Sojourning Sir
Knights are courteously invited to
meet with us. Lot L. Pearee, E. C,
Frank Turner, recorder.
CENTRAL LODGE No. 18, K. of P.
McCornack building. Tuesday even
ing of each week nt 7:30. F. F.
Sciirani, C. C; W. B. Gilson, K. of 1!.
CHADWJCK CHAPTER, No. 37, 0. E.
S. Regular meeting every first and
third Tuesday nt S p. m. in the Ma
sonic Temple. Minnie Moeller, W.
M.; Ida M. Babcock, secretary.
WOODMEN' OF THE WORLD Meet
every Friday night at 8 o'clock in
McCornnck " block. B. W. Mncev.
C. C; L. S. Geer, clerk. 507 Court
street. Phono 593.
MULTNOMAH ROYAL ARCH CIIAP
TER, No. 1, R. A. M. Regular meet
ing second Friday in each month at
8 p. m. in the Masonic Temple. Ray
F. Rieh.irclson, Ex. High Priest; Rus
sell M. Brooks, secretary.
MODERN" WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar t amp, No. '5210, :
meets every Thursday evening nt 8
o'clock in McCornnck hall corner;
Court and Lihortv streets. Elevator'
service; W. W. ilill, V. C; Rex. A.j
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem-
bly, No. 84, meets every Wednesday,'
at 8 p. m. in Moose hall. C. O. Mat
lock, M. A.; C. Randall, secretary,
Salem Bnuk of Commerce.
HODSON COUNCIL, No. 1, R. & S. M.
Stated assembly first, Monday In
each month, Masonic Temple. X. P.
Rasmussen, Thrice Illustrious Mas
ter; Glenn ('. Niles, recorder.
NOTICE-J. C. O'Reilev and W. L.
n.L-A. r . 1 . 01. n
vi mi, .MiiiiiTii ouoe i, c pair
company hive dissolved partnership.)
Signed. W. L. Baker. I
CALL US 1022. Fixit Shop. Ask
about repair work in general. Don't
forget we do rue; cleaning also. Ash-mon-Buckner,
01 Court street. Sa
lem, Oregon. Feb 19
- - I
OOOI) USED FURNITURE Bought,
and also taken in exchange. Full
line new furniture, ranges, heaters j
and other house furnishings. SoniOi
walnut pieces. Peetz Furniture Co.,'
2.13 Aorth Commercial street. Phone!
BOOB," as an Entertainer
DRS. It. If. WniTE and R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduates ot Amer
ican School of Osteopathy, Kirks
yille. Mo. Post graduate and special
ized in nerve diseases at Los Angeles
college. Treat acute and chronic dis
eases. Consultation free, Ladv at
tendant. Office 505-500 V. S." Na
tional Bank . Building. Phono 859.
Residence 340 North Capital street.
FURNISHED APARTMENTS For
rent, very reasonable. Phone 1995.
FOB RENT A modern sleeping room,
with ontsido entrance. 250 South Cot
FOR RENT 40 acres, good buildings,
all iu cultivation, 7'i miles from Sa
lem. J 'hone (iit'J 4. Feb
FOR RENT 7 1-2 acres miles from
Court House, east, crop for sale, 8
room house, chicken tiouse, garage
and barn. Idle place for chicken
ranch, fresh Jersey cow also upas
sengcr Ford c.ir In good condition.
R. 0; Box 110. Fob 8
FOR SALE Anconns and Black Min
orcas at 50c each. Route No. 0, Box
FOR SALE A beau duplex power
sprayer, used three seasons, an ex
cellent machine, cheap. II. Steven
son, Route 4. Feb2
FOR SALE A few Rhode Island
White Coekrels. F.ggs $1.50 and $2.00
for 15. Booking orders to snip Inter.
State when. .Tas. Olmste.id, McMinn
ville, Oregon. . Marl
FOR SALE OR EXCilANG E 10 acres
good, new, small buildings, close in,
lino l.md. Will take Sulera proper
ty. Sqitaro Deal Realty Co., 304 V.
S. Bank Bldg.
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos,
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
2247. Residence Main 2272.
SALEM WATEE COMPANY Office
Corner Comaareiiil and Tradn atrnnti
For water service apply at office.
" payanie monthly in advance.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Good Real Estate Security.
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon
MONEY TO LOAN !
ON GOOD REAL ESTATE SECURITY
HOMER H. SMITH
L. M. HUM
YICK SO TONG
Chinese Medicine and
Hag medicine which
will cure any known
153 South High Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 283.
SALEM FENCE and
STOVE WORKS ft-
S. B. IXEMINO, Prop.
Depot American Fence ::
Oates, Plain and Bsrbed Wlr.
runts, uui ana varnishes.
Zooflng, post, Hop Hooks.
4Q Years Making Stoyes I
ItoTM rabnllt and repaired, '
Btsrea bought and sold.
850 Court street. Phone 12
Back of Chicago Store.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL,- SALEM, OREGON. wir.nMFsnA Y.-frr iig.
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New York, Feb. 2 British
shipping was warned by the
British consul this afternoon to
be on the lookout for sub
marines in American waters.
New York Curb Is Now
the World's Second
9 Largest Stock Market
New York, Feb. 2. Spectators stop
ping today on lower Broad Street
looked nt tho second largest stock
market in the world the New York
Curb. Itigger than the London Stock
Exchange, or the Paris Bourse, or the
stock market of any American city,
and second only to the New York
Stock Exchange itself, the Curb busi
ness 'is now nearly two. million shares
n week. Before the war the London
and Paris Exchanges did a much larg
er volume of trailing than the Curb,
but the war and the industrial boom
sweeping this country has pushed both
of the important foreign stock ex
changes backward. Minimum prices
are still in force on the London Ex
change and the Paris Bourse is still un
der war restrictions, which limits the
extent of their trading. Transactions
on the Curb practically every week
are over 2,000,11011 as computed, with
a business of .1,000,000 shares or more
on the New York Stock Exchange.
Boston and Philadelphia stock markets
transact a business of less than two
hundred thousand shares weekly,
while the markets in Pittsburg, Chicago
and Baltimore are well below fifty
thousand a week.
MANGIS To Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Mangis, January 31, 1910, a son, to
be u imed Maurice Wesley. Mr.
Mangis is a member of the well
known firm of Mangis Bros., commis
GETS 20,000 A YEAR
San Francisco. Feb. 2. With a re
signed smile William II. Wubben, once
well known clubman and trusted cash
ier of the Caledonia Insurance com
pany,, heard a sentence of. two and a
half years in San (Jucntin pronounced
against him by Judge George Cabannis
Wubben had taken small amounts
from the concern for seven years. His
entire defalcation was' believed to
amount to $5(1,000.
STRIKE AT CARNEGIE MILLS
Youngstown, Ohio, Feb, 2. Eight
hundred men arc out of work and the
Carnegie Stee.l company's 12 mills are
closed on account of n strike for higher
wages. Demnnds tor more wages fol
lowed dissatisfaction with the recent
10 per cent increase. Officials said
that only one-tenth of the 2,000 em
ployes are striking, and they blame
foreign agents for tin trouble
YOUTH HAS ITS TROUBLES '
iseo, 'Feb. 2. Charges of
to the delinquency of x
Tuesday ngiinst Edward
19, because he ran away
rail?, aged I I, and wedded
itaining j. license at Rerl
Thc girl was held tempor
ilctentiou home after she
and announced the mar-
with Clara C
her after ol
arily at the
DR. D. B. GRIFFIN Drug and drink
cure. 1425 Fir street, near Meyers
street. Phone 1037.1.
WEBB & CLOUGH CO. C. B. Webb,
A. AI. I lough morticians ami funeral
directors. Latest modern methods
known to the profession employed.
499 Court street. M lin 120, Main U8S.
RIG 1)0 X R I ( . H A R DSON CO. Funeral
directors and undertakers, 252 NortJ
High street. Day and nijjht phoiw
MAN WANTED To occupy furnish
ed room, with use of kitchen. 250 8.
WANTED Plain sewing, children's
clothes ft specialty, also making over
clothing, prices reasonable. 129S 3.
13th street. Mrs. J. F. Harris. FebJ
No changes arc recorded in today's
market. Wheat is a little stronger in
Portland, but the temporary ups and
downs and speculative- prices in Port
land do not effect the Salem market.
The speculative element has the best
of it in the Portland ,egg. market.
Prices jumped five cents a dozen yes
terday. Storage eggs aro coming in
heavy into Portland, and the general
belief is that this, element ias forced
the price iip. on. fresh ranch eggs in
order to secure better prices for ,stor
age . ... ' ..
Hay, timothy, per ton $14.00
Oats, vetch $12.00(al2.50
iJlHVl HUJ , ..... $1.UW
It ucat ( . iJVJi.
Oats ... 40o
Rolled barley $35.00
Cracked corn $41.50
Shorts, per ton $28.00
Creamery butter, per pound 34c
Country Butter 25c
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs, candled, No. 1, cash 35c
Eggs, case count, cash 33c
Eggs, trade 35c
Heils, pound 12 l-2c
Roosters, old, per pound 7(Fi7 l-2c
Spring chickens, pound 12 l-?c
Fork, Veal and Mutton.
Veal, dressed 11c
Pork, dressed 9c
Pork, on foot 6 3-i7c
Spring lambs 7c
Steers 5 l-20c
Cows , 4(i5c
Bulls 3 l-2c
Tomatoes, California $1.752.00
String garlic 15c
Potatoes, cwt $1.25(W1.75
Brussels sprouts 10c
Sweet potatoes $3.00
Carrots .' $1.00
Celery, case $5.00
California head lettuce, case .... $2.50
Apples, Hood River $1.25(f(1.75
Tangerines oranges ...
Lemons, per boi
California grnpe fruit .
Dates, dromedary, ease
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch .... 40c
Sugar, cane $7.05
Sugar, D. G $0.85
Creamery butter 40e
Flour, hard wheat $1.00 $1.90
Flour, valley $1.30(f $1.00
Portland, Ore., Feb. 2. Wheat:
Blueslem, $1.00(Ti LOO.
Fortyfold, IiKWfi $1.00.
Russian red, 9-.
Oats: No. 1 white feed. $27.0(i(Ji
Barley: Feed, $29.25(7; 31.00. .
Butter: City creamery, 34c.
Eggs: S.dccicd local ex., 3S(Ti 10c.
Hens, 14(S I fie.
Broilers, 14( 1fic.
Oeeso, 10(f?llc. '
(No utock markets. No receipts at
yards today.) .
NO VALUES IN POUCH.
Los Angeles. Cul.. Feb. 2. Postoff ice
Inspector Charles E. Webster, vrro is
jnvestigstiimg tho stealing" of. a wes
tered mail pouch rom tinder tho ey
of clerks Sunday, declared today he
hnrl positively ascertained the letters
taken did not contain large sums of
money or anything of great value. The
empty mail pouch and several rifled
envelopes were found a few hours after
the theft, in an alley behind a wholesale
Weekly Report of
Union Stock Yards
Cattle. ' ' ' j
Portland, Ore., feh. .2. A good run
of 1,100 head eame forward to a
steady pinrkct. -Demand was good and
the stuff moved .rapidly. A total gain
of lift cars including all classes of stock
was mado this month. Best steers are
quoted at $7.75; cows at $0.25 and
calm at $8.00.
' ' ' Hogs.
A.' very light ruji. of. 3,475 swjne
caused the. market to advance. 15 cents.
Prime light hogs are quoted at $7.55.
One load o.f excellent quality' Was sold
at $7.60. 'This month shows an in
crease of 5,000 hogs over January, 1915,
the largest month in hog receipts' ex-'
ceptiug November and December, 1015.
A hnndful of sheep found ready tak
ers today. Two cars of well finished
lambs brought a 20 cent advance over
lust week's top and sold at $8.55.
Yearlings and wethers remain steady.
There wus an increase of almost 1,500
sheep for January, lillO, over same
month last year.
The representative sales arc as fol
lows: 54 steers ; 1120 $1.75
52 steers 1200 $7.00
33 steers 1300 $7.25
50 steers 1312 $7.25
1 cow 1051 $0.50
25 cows . ...1141 $0.35
14 cows 1071 $0.00
30 cows 1021 $5.50
9 bulls .; 1534 $5.00
2 bulls 1080 $4.50
1 calf 220 $8.00
2 calves 175 $7.50
03 hogs 101 $7.00
104 hogs 221 $7.55
080 hogs 211 $7.50
310 hogs : . 212 $7.45
514 lambs. 78 $8.55
35 ewes 02 $5.85
Salem Testimony Remains Unshaken,
Time is tho best test of truth. Here
is a Salem story that has stood the test
of time. It is a story with a point
will coino straight homo to many of us.
P. W. Brown, farmer, 1399 State St.,
Salem, says: "Three years of mill
wright work in a damp atmosphore dis
ordered my kidneys. I often nan lame
ness and soreness across tho small -of
my back. When having an attack, I
heard of Doan's Kidney Pills and got
a supply. They' removed tho backache
and soreness, together with othe:- symp-ljNo'
toms of kidney trouble." (Statement.
given Jan. 31, 7900). After a lapse of
more than six years, Mr. Brown snid
u All T ..: i - ...i: Ti i
iiu x m I uoumini:miiiij uuuu g illl-:
ncys Pills when I publicly endorsed It -
them before, holds good. I usi themli..
u' iioiwuoiij. nuru j. ,m v , ill (, lUins Ui.
kidney complaint and I never fail to
get quick relief. Another of the family
has also used Doan's Kidney Pills for
kidney wenkuess and has had tho best
of results." .
. Price 50n, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply aslt, for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Brown has twice publicly recom
mended., Foster-Milburn Co., Props,
Buffalo. N. Y.
Chinese Troops Are
On Verge of Mutiny
Sun Francisco, Feb. 2. Yuan Shi
Kni's troops at Felon arc on the verge
of mutiny and a spirit of unrest pre
vails over the capital as three repub
lican armies move on the city from dif
ferent directions, cable advices from
Shanghai to the Chinese Hepublic
Journal said today.
Mam hu princes i it Pekin nre dis
trusted by Yuan and spys have been set.
to watch -their movements, the calilo
The local Chinese Republic associa
tion of which Tong Kinir Chonir is tho
president received an urgent appeal fori'
war minis rrom tno leaders of the re
publican uprising on China.
13 NOT A GOLD TISH.
Snn Francisco, Feb. 1. John E.
McDougnld declared today that he is
no gold fish even if he Is treasurer
of Snn Francisco.
This protest he embodied in a letter
to the board of works complaining
that his private office in thn new "Ity
hall was all wrong. It Is entirely en
closed in glass, has no ventilation and
makes him look like a fish iu an aquar
ium, he charges.
We'll tell vou, evcrv (lav. the news
of the world.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
' Telephone Directory
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
Saloni Electric Co. Masonic Temple, 127 North High Main 1200
' ' LAUNDRIES
Salem Steam Laundry, 130 South Liberty Main 21
' PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING
T. M. Barr, 161 South Commercial Street Main 193
. TRANSFER AND DRAYAOE
Salem Truck& Dray Co., corner State and Front Btreets Main 74
for that bothersome skin trouble
the two distinct types of eczema.
16 Oregon Express
..5:00 a. m.
u-i !ounii special 0:12 a. m.
28 Willamette Limited 9:22 a. m.
12 Shasta Limited 11:55 ft. m.
18 Portland Passenger 1:30 p. m.
au l ortiann rassenger 5:00 p. m
14 Portland Express....8:00 p. m
222 Portland fast Fr't 10:38 p. m.
ot'ai ay 1' r't 10:3u p. m.
No. 15 California Exnress 3:32 a. m.
17 Hoseburg Pass'n'r 11:20 a. m.
53 Exposition Hpceinl 2:42 p. m.
10 Cottago Grovo Pas. 4:20 p. m.
11 Shasta Limited 5:43 p. m.
27 Willamette Limited 0:10 p. m.
13 San Francisco Ex. 10:38 n. m.
No. 221 San Francisco Fast
Freight 12:35 a, m.
No. 225 Local way Fr't 8:10 a. m.
73 Arrives at Salem 9:15 a. m.
70 Leaves Salem 9:50 a. m.
75 Ar, Salem (mixed) 2:00 p. m.
74 Leave Salem , 4:15 p. m.
"No connection south of Gcer.
Salem, Falls City and Western.
No. 101 Lv. Salem, motor ....7:00 a. m.
No. 103 Lv. Salem, motor ....9:45 a. m.
No. 105 Lv. Salem, motor ....1:40 p. m.
No, 107 Lv. Salem, motor ....4:00 p. m.
No. 100 Lv. Salem, motor ....6:15 p. m.
No. 239 Way Fr't lv. Salem 5:00 a. m.
No. 102 Ar. Salem' 8:40 a. in.
No. Kit Ar. Salem 11:23 a. m.
No. 100 Ar. Salem .: ...3:15 p. m,
No. 108 Ar. Salem ,...0:00 p. m.
No 170 Ar. Snlem ....7:45 p. m.
fNo. 240 Way Fr't ar. Salem 1:35 p. m.
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Train No. Ar. Portland
2 Owl 6:55 a. m.
6 9:23 a. m.
... 10 Limited ....11:35 a. m.
4:35 a. in.
7:15 a. m.
9:45 a. m.
11:20 a. m.
1:45 p. m.
4:00 p. m.;
5:37 p. m.
7:55 p nt, .
12 1:35 p. m.
14 4:00 p. m.
. 10 Limited .... 5:50 p. m.
29 7:50 p. ni.
22 10:00 p. m.
Portland to Salem.
Lv. Portland. ' Ar. Salem
0:45 a. m 8:55 . (Salem only)
8:25 a. m. ..5 Limited 10:11 a. m.
Canital Journal Want Ads Will
Dry Zensal and Moist Zensal for
50 cents a Jar.
10:40 a. m.
2:05 p. m.
4:40 p.m. .
0:05 p.m. .
9:20 p.m. .
11:45 p.m. .
13 Limited .
17 Local . .
. 21 Owl ...
12:55 p. n.
. 4:25 p. ui.
.. 0:40 p.m.
.. 8:10 p.m.
, 11:25 p.m.
. 1:55 p.m.
. 5:37 p.m.
. 9:45 a.m.
. 7:55 p.m.
4:10 p.m. .
7:35 a.m. .
5:25 p.m. ,
12:1)5 p.m. .
. . . . 22
2:00 a.m. ,
10:15 a.m. .
12:55 p.m. .
4:25 p.m. .
.. 21 Owl .
. 5 Limited
. . 6:50 a.m.
. 9:30 a.m.
.. 12:25 p.m.
. . 1:50 p.m.
. . 5:20 p.m.
. . 6:50 p.m.
Woodburn Local Daily Except Sundays.
No. (it Leaves Salem 3:40 p.m.
No. 63 Arrives in Salem .... 3:25p.m.
8:25 a. in
.. 8:45 a.m.
.. 1:45 p.m.
.. 4:00 p.m.
.. 5:37 p.m.
.. 7:55 p.m.
Lv. Sulem Ar. Corvallis
10:15 a.m 5 11:33a.m.
4:25 p.m 9 5:47 p.m.
12:55 p. in 7 2:20 p.m.
0:40 p.m 13 8:00 p.m.
WILLAMETTE RIVER ROUTE
Oregon City Transportation Company
Leave Portland for Oregon City, Butte
ville, Newborg, Mission (St. Paul),
Wheatland, Salem (daily except
Sunday) 6:45 a.m.
Leave Portlund for Independence, Al
bany, Corvallis, (Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturdav) 6:45 a.m.
0 a.m. Mnn., Wed., Fri.
7 a.m. Mon., Wed., Fri.
9 a.m. Moil., Wed., Fri.
10 a.m. Mon., Wed. Fri.
6 a.m. Tues., Thurs., Sat.
Get You What You Was!