THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY. FEB. 15, 1916. SEVEN n aiem s A Stitch The Capital Journal .Save the pieces of your broken castings or machinery parts and we will save you money. And we'll save you the time you niislit waste waiting for a new part Oxy-aeetyle.ne welding mak.s the broken part pood as new. Estimates cheerfully furnished. VICK BROTHERS GARAGE, 260 N. High Salem, Oregon - Springs Made and Repaired Welding and brazing of all kirnU all kinds of Auto Repairing and painting all work guaran teed. R J. Herschback 229 State St. Salem, Ore. Expert Strongly Believes In Some Spooning Parlors (Bv United Press.) tian hall where girls can gather for en- New York,' Feb. 12. The right kind I tertainment of their own devising, and of i spooning parlor should be a very i have general good times; be.ui parlors important part of every well regulated where girls can meet young men girls boarding home, according 'to Miss friends and not be interrupted, or "nave iilnni he deary, ii.Ntioiinl Economic audi too close supervision: give them a Buildings Specialist of the National j chance to set up relations which would Young Women's Christian association, result in a happy home life of an idea! here today. Miss deary culls it a kind later on. "benu parlor" nnd says it should be a1 "There should be kimono parlors on "place where girls can meet young men f the r floorg hl whi(.h irlg friends and not be interrupted or have , , , close supervision; and where they will lll,i XouW " freedom nnd have a bo given a chance to set up relations god time after the day's grind in the which may result in a happy home life shop or factory, a kitchenette where of nn ideal kind later on." 'fudge parties aiul birthday spreads can Miss deary says the association : be planned and prepared fur, mi iu- wants to demonstrate the ideal tnmily i life, as far as it can be made possible with large numbers under one roof; it' wants to develop a spirit of independ ence and self-government, and to grant '' the freedom which stops short of li-; cense, that is, freilom plus standards. "We are convinced." siie said todav.! "that tho wage-earning girl is in busi- boss for good. AH too frequently she, is away from her family nud it never, will be possible for one organization to; meet ner uiisiug needs. e are eager,; o(,r ot girls tor If.l.DO to if I a weeli, bal not only for others to build homes 1 anting with the number who can be which we could manage, but to see naked to pay from ifli to ifll..")0 a week, boarding homes built and operated by'Tiicso varying prices give twofold op individuals, or groups-of individuals I nortunitv to the organization. It eives who have the true welfare and fort of girls at heart. "The ideal boarding home should ,tnins efficiency and higher wage enrn have a fun and frolic room, a recrea-'ing capacity, and at the same time ' j makes it possible to bring the ineffi- .JL..A'..Axr..Joie,t Kirl. ",lor i"s'irntinn of the TTTTTTTTTTTTTTrTTITTTTTTTT HEAD STUFFED FROM t CATARRH OR A COLD I i i T Says Cream Applied in Nostrils T X Opens Air Passages Right L'p. 3 ''''M,4' ;ator of a personal account book, which fnsUint relief-no waiting. Your j isl ."f l'sed bf thousauds of women clogged nostrils open right up; tho ! m"" ttirouKhou the conn try ai passages of vour head clear and . .Ti"s l,ook ,s 'lm'U;'' ",t0 I'eadings: vou an breathe freclv. No more hawk- ',v'" expenses; postage phones, car ing, snuffing, blowing, headache, dry- ( c'"'1'" lnM"iJr.v; health;, recrc noW. No struggling lor breath at nigiit I ' ,l,,,n' vaii,!l0" education; g.tts; ben- and vour cold or catarrh disappears. Cer a small bottle of Fly's Croam Balm from your druggist now. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic. healing cream in your nostrils, it pen etrates through every air passage of the head, soothes the inflamed or swollen mucous membrane and relief conies instantly. It's just fine. Don't stay stuffed no with n cold or nasty catarrh. i $100 Reward, $100 The readers of this paper will b pleased to learn that there la at least one dreaded disease that science haB been able to cure in all its sluges. and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being; a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional ireai nient. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in- ternally. acting uirecuy upon tne oiooa surraces oi tne aysieni, mere- bv destroying the foundation or tne un ease, and giving the patient strength by buiMIng up the constitution and assisting nature In doing its work. The proprietors Imve much faith in its curative pow ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It fails to cure. Send , AddreiV: F. J.T""kneY CO. Tolldo, O. v'noid by an rmmi-isti. 75o. . Take Hall'i Family Fllli for iftlpattoo 4 SKinoi rsauiy isajoj frursv D R, T. FELIX GOl'RAl'D'S ORICNTA CREAM CR MAGICAL BEAITIFIL R-nov Tan. Pini'ilJ fUili, rtml Mi a I ia-f fl d-.-s .it-tecli-a. 1 L-f U J-tT ih 'i v luniict w iMli1 it !olk-met; U pr -fprly mu'e ATcejjt nocoiiiii.-i (cit of tiuiii-V ramf. Ir L. a H i. ra Mid t' t llf of (tit blTlt t 'n (Mtlei.t A f'-u Ult will u tl.m I rfoiDmi'iiJ H:onritur1' Crrni' u the ltvit fctrm. f all it ikjod l)-;:rm the lTalid:Mui,i;riu aa i Curu) KHT.H3Pl!l(S.frav 37 Gr-af Jem S'rii l'Tr, Time tiny CAPSULES are superior to Balsam tt Cowiba, Cubtbs or Injections, and RELIf'S In (MIDV) 24 HOlinS tt. V- aim susa arith ut inconvenience. y r a!I JrupitiMtt. 3"jl..t r:o . PrL'g mm W 1 W randy it in Time Saves Nine Guarantees the Following Firms Reliability Shoe Repairing, while You wail YE BOOT SHOP 325 STATE ST. Capital Journal Advertising will repair, buy or sell any. thing. Recover the lost or restore found articles. firinnrr for tenuiorarv illness and a roof built to stand the traffic, wear and tear which would result from re creation of one kind or another on sum mer evenings and which would compete with the attractions of tiie gaily light ed streets. Afiss deary says that an average of ! sr, a week for hoard nnd room will!0 Mi-o-na whom it docs not help. That plute a home for 7" to 200 girls on the nljy seem rash but my customers have right basis, that this will enable tiie said so many good words in its favor mnnagcnieiit to care for a certain mini- that I do not expect to have many pack- the inefficient girl an opportunity tojnt my store and take home a box of make a start, help her while she at- r 1, a 0,,, ,,, , ,..tnlll OV- H " ...- ........ ..v.. .. tent and has well defined ambitions. Miss Oearv is tho author of a book on finnnce work m.,1 tho m,m.K.,.n,pt of finance campaigns. "City Aswcia-i tiou ll-'inance, " which might be ap-i plied eqnallv well to nnv organization '! finance efoits. She is 'also the origin- . I two blank columns for additional en i tries. It iilsr dives a column for all cash received, the date, and explaun Hon of items, and a paid out column The list two pages of the book gives a siimmnrv under these headings lor Hie twelve months of the year. Although Miss dearv is nn advocate! of thrift and efficiency, she believes nted a series of Sunday evening-serv-that to reduce expenditure is not the ices in which everyone ninrried and fine mill nnlv nim wo elwtiil.l ci.f mi fr.p! fl.A ...1... t .:u l. - . girls. We should try 'to show her howl not to taste the mnnv ni.omtiinities for !rest recreation strong plivsical vvel ! .k4 Tnd R owth of nientaf Vb liSc lit is not so much the ouestioi, of sav- ing more money, but of how to use it, 1 . to the fullest for all around develop- lm,ni. 1 Miss (ienrv is making big improve - j ,... : i,,,,,,,,,, ,.ii,lit i..na 1'nr -n. , i i . - , - ' en and girls in industry in America to-, day. he is an Knglish woman who gavei up a musical career in London because s.ie felt that teaching music to aftcr- linner society pupils wasn't enough. jH, problem' of properlv housing work' '"K U's t! women forced to live in' undesirable tcnenieiits she has reduced1 to an exact science and has gotten big results, After four years' volunteer training: and experience in managing certain; mo.l-d tenement buildings in Loudon,! Miss Geary heard from an American1 woman of the Model Tenement City; and Suburban Homes company in New: Vork and decided to come to America.! It took iier some time to convince thei hnr.re of Hmt kiml nf wrl when began there were 15U tenants nnd in1 "He must be strong, big hearted nnd the eight vears of her management,!110 nal "abits. Mut be a Christian, which included the repairing, hiring of , handsome, generous and unselfish." employees, choosing of tenants, .nidi "My ideal of a young man is one the collection of rents, the nnmber has' who does not smoke, drink or swear increased to 204. and one that keeps reasonable hours. It was in this work tbnt the national ' Must be six feet tall, blue eyes, rosy board of the Vonng Women's Christ-1 cheeks and dimples." inn association found iier, and asked j "lie must be ambitious, of a gentle her advice on new buildings they were1 disposition and of Christian char ibout to erect. When the national : a, ter '' board was ready to add an economic ',tJJv W).al of vo man is one and biul.li.igs specialist to its stuff i kI, ,',.,:.,, the 'efforts of a vounif Miss Geary was offered the position. Miss Geary accepted. She is now the consulting specialist for the 976 nso ciutiiuis on nil mttteis pertaining to her particular work. She is called on to help select sites, to go over all blue print plans, making such ciiangca as she deems ndvistible; to advise oo building materials, cafe teri.i equipment and management and I everything pertaining to the economic eoair yuide Excelsior Motorcycles Iver Johnson and Excelsior Bicycles; Repairing; Accessories; Tires; Oils; Motor Overhauling our specialty. Morse & Ramsden Phono 1687 ' 221 a High St. Modern Shoe Repair Co. 474 Court Street Fine Shoe Repairing status of the association. Her office at headquarters look's like the office of the busiest business irian. She has the' regulation architect's cabinets for ma terials and plans, and from the blue prints , always spread out on her large work table, one might cull her office an architect's laboratory. ' . IS YOUR STOMACH . CLOGGEDWITH WASTE? Daniel J. Fry Guarantees to Return the Money If Mi-o-na Does Not Relieve You. "It's a pleasure to seii a medicine when my customers come in afterward and tell me how much good it has done them," said Daniel J. Fry, the popular druggist to a Journal man, "and that is why I like to sell and recommeud Mi-o-na, the dyspepsia remedy. The distribution of samples that I made created so much talk and so large a proportion of those who waived a There is nothing better than Bisut'ated sample have bought a box of Mi-o-na j Magnesia as a food corrective and aut that my clerks have been busy selling acid. It has no direct action on the the medicine, ever since. I have so j stomach; but by neutralizing the acid much faith in this, article that I am kiy o tne food contents, and thus re st's ' Huui.iuii-e " luiure, auu wi'l return the money to any purchaser i ages returned "Anyone who has dyspepsia, whose food does not digest weii, and who has to take thought as to what he can eat,! and when, can leave .50 cents doDOSit Mi-o-na and if the remedv does Hot regulate his digestion and' help his dyspepsia he can withdraw his hionoy. I don 't know but what we would be willing to pay him interest." - This shows great faith, in the merit of Mi o-nn. It- is really a moat unus ual lllOitw.i.in n'n.1 -j. "," " . "'" '"I'm ' f1,"1106 ",c. J; W" in Snlen, alinnq tlifit if Anaa nil tl.n it : v ; 3 ",' " l,1u' "tu ,.lu ao-reiiees dyspepsia,, re,ulate9 . d'gestion and enables those Clin lien if -tt r.nf -l..of n.Unf I with no fear of trouble after. Measure Up Boy aud See If These Fit You IT ,, . , . . , , , . spent Borne time with her sister, Mrs. C. Hello boys. If you want to know just Uy iMjiiipH. what kind of a young man is liable to i Mr. Rnlpii Hall and little daughter, of receive a leap year proposal, read tho!Fa11 City, visited the forepart of the quanricntions ot tne ideal voung man. according to the young ladies of tho Iirst Christian church. The Rev. F. T. Porter has inauEur- chance in writing to snv inst h, the! :.i...., f..n. -i ., " c " ,u , , "n'Hundav and Monday. 1 ? 1 e to 'tell f the 7Z Dr "' Hi' kmBn 8 !t "n" " ' e t' tell of he .deal or to Vl,rthm(l Tucs(ay afternoon, re v i' nil. niiii i erp is w inr Tiinv , : , , ., : .. V i i-n of a young man that might fill ' "l'e must be clean in mind ai wmre aim now tney ucscnncd tne kind; tne Dlllt uuu ouiiy, ami last, but far from least, he must never fail to thrill at the sight of a little child." " Mv ideal of a voung man is one w ho is gentle, kind and courteous to all Must be a regular attendant at Sunday school and church and must place char actor above nil." "Mv ideal of a voung man is ont who loves fun but is never afraid say i ' when the questionable arises." aiy uicai is one wno can Keep ins temper and who conducts himself as a gentleman at all times and all places and who attends church regularly." "He must be Rtrong mentally, moral Iv and phvsicallv and the kind of a man who one instinctively I eels can "e triitei io io tne rigui iniug. . , ',.' . i., i,r..i on, , , . ,,. i...i, ' i, ... l elsewhere. He should also be reason able and considerate in all things," "lie must be a man among men in every sense of the word and cleanly in personal habits. Must be frank, hon est, big hearted and generous, although not a spendthrift. He must believe in 1 church work. "My ideal youog man sets his face Pratum News Notes (Capital Journal Special Service.) Pratum. Ore.; Fob. 1!: Mr. Harvey Lusy, who attends the O. A. C, is spending a few days with his parents. Miss Anna Schroeder, who is employ ed in Salem, spent Sunday with her pa- ! rents who reside west of this city. Mrs. Cornu was a Salem visitor ' Thursday. The Literary program given Friday I night was attended oy a large crowd, j The debate on the preparedness ques tion was won ny the affirmative side. The debaters were affirmative: Mr. Weiss, Will Kisling and J. J. Crahane; negative, D. J. Steiner, A. M. Clrippen and Eleanor Schaap. The judges chos en were Mrs. John Tweed, Bertha I aud; erbaek and Chnrlic Rice. I After the debate an interesting liter- ary and musical program was rendered, i The numbers were: Music, Alfred Kumpf; recitation, Bennie Jackson; song, Rhoda Lardon; paper, Alicia Wei ty, and stunt by Joe Crahane. The next program will be held Feb ruary 25, after which the election of officers will be held. Mr. Herman and Otto Kleen are slowly improving in health. Rev. Ashlimnn, of Washington, will conduct services at the M.enonite chinch this week. WHAT DYSPEPTICS JHOULD EAT Indigestion and practicallall "forms' of stomach trouble, about nine times out of ten, are due to ;. hyperacidity; thereforo stomach suffer'eri should, wlienover possible, avoid i,tiii2 food that is acid in its. nature, or- which' by chemical, action' in the -stomach -develops acidity." rnfortunatoly; sm-h a rulo eliminates most foods which are pleasant to the taste as well as those which are rich in blond, flesh and nerve building properties. This is the reason .why dyspeptics and '.stomach sufferers' are usually so thiil, emaci ated and Jacking in that vital energy which can. .only come from a well fed body. For the benefit .to those suf ferers who have bcon obliged to ex clude from their diet all starchy, sweet or fatty food, and are trying to keep up a miserable existence on gluten products, it is suggested that you try a meal of any food or foods which you like, in moderate amount, taking im mediately afterwards a teaspoonful of Ilisnrated Magnesia in a little hot ,or cold water. This will neutralize' any excess acid which nuiy be present, 'or which may be formed, and ri)stenil .of tho usual feeling of uneasiness " and fullness, you probably w ill - find that your food agrees with von perfectly. mviiisr the source, of the acid irrita- Hon which inflames the delicate stom ach lining, it docs more than could be possibly done by any drug or medicine that acts upon1 the stomach lining rather than tho stomach contents. Medicines of various kinds should be taken whenever necessary but there is no sense in dosing an inflamed and irritated stomach with drugs instead of getting rid of the r-eid the cause of the trouble. Get a little Bisnrnted Magnesia from your druggist, eat what you want at your next meal, take sonic of the Bisurutcd Magnesia, as directed above, and see if this isn't the best advice, you ever bad on the subject of eating. GERVAI3 NEWS The Misses Rosa and Nellie Patterson of Wacondii, were tho buests of Miss Julia Do Jardin Saturday and Sun day. Mrs. Johnson, of Centralia, Wash., came to Gcrvnis Tuesday night to visit her brother, T. J. Hall, who is seriously ill. Miss Margaret Barnes loft for her home in Yamhill, Wednesday, having week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs T. J. Hull. K. M. Klinger moved his household goods to Salem Monday. He will open up a first class billiard and pool room in the Klinger building opposite th Oregon Mcctrie depot Ar" aml "-"s -Tohn Schoen and baby, ot turner, visited with nomo tolKs Here i iiirning weunesnav morning. . . .... i , nvll ni,; .ml Wiim, KoVr.m rf Wnnilbiirn. were vwltnrH at thn flrnM. man home over Saturday, Mrs. Percy Ottoway and baby of Au rora, flnenh the week-end At the home of her mother, Mrs. I. B. Miller Julian nnd Joe De Jardin havo rented the Schwab building and are putting in the enuipmcut for a moving picture show. They expect to give their first show Saturday night. Cntsforth Bros, shinned n cirbind nf to'liS hogs to Portlaud Tuesday, also the i Inrgc bull which was owned by D. Mor Ran and cnnic so near killing him. Seven cents was tho price paid for the hogs. A. R. Siegmund, J. Bingmnn, L. P. Gleason and II. I-eroy went to Port land the first of the week to appear as witnesses in the case of Mrs. Kather ine Mercer vs. the New York Life In surance company. An operation was performed on Mrs. Albert Iteiling at the Willamette sani tarium Monday by I)r, H. O. Hickman. She recovered from the operation nice ly but will be obliged to remain in the hospital for some time. James Knight, who has been at the home of his niece in Portland for the past two weeks, where lie was tussling with an attack of grippe, was in Gcr vnis Monday for a few hours. ITe was still weak and returned to Portland until lie has more strength. Star. like flint against evil but Is tolerant of the shortcomings of others." N'ent Sunday evening at the First Christian church tho pastor will give the young men an oport unity to ex press their ideas regarding the ideal young women, and these expressions wil be read and commented on from the pulpit. j Classified Advertising Page THE MARKETS ! The following prices for fruits and vegetables are thoso asked by the wholesaler of the retailer, and not what is paid to the producer. All other price's are those paid the producer. Corrections are made dailv. Everything in the market is dull to day, excepting eggs. r-Kgs continue to' weaken and now ubout the best that is paid is 25 cents cash and two cents extra in trade. For the past week the i prices had been rather unsettled in the j city, but now 25 cents cash seems to be the general quotation. Grains, rr a.i li a. a i i nn aav. iimuuiy. uor iuu jji.vu i Oafs, vetch $12.00( 12.50 Cheat $12.00 Clover hay $12.00 Wheat J'.;: Soc Oats -..40c' Rolled barley $35.00 Corn $40.00 Cracked corn ................. $11.50 ! Bran . '. ; ..... ;". ; $2fi.00 27.00 Shorts, per ton,.."..'..,. $2S.00(a 30.00 ",,,'. ' . i .- 1 Butter. '''. ' . Buttcrfat ' ; .. .....; ;.. ,32c Creamery butter, per pound ...... 34c Country Butter '.. '. . . . . . . .. '25c Eggs and Poultry. Eggs, candled, XoM, cash ...... 27c Eggs, Case count, cash .'. .'. . . '. ... . 25c Eggs, trade1.,.. .'. 27c- Heus, pound , 12 l-2c Roosters, old, per pound 7(u 7 l-2e Spring chickens, pound ,. 12 1-'c Pork, Veal and Mutton. Veal, dressed Pork, dressed Pork, on foot : 11c l-2c G 3-4(S7c . 7(5" l-2c . 5 l-26c ...-4&j5c ...3 l-2c 5c ....... Ce Spring lambs Steers Cows Bulls Kwes Wetkerg Lambs; graUi fed' Vegetables. Cabbngo .'. 2.00' ,75(a2.00 .... 15c 25(S1.75 .... 10c ,.. $3.00 .. $1.00 .. $1.00 .. $1.00 ,.. $5.00 .. $2.75 ,.. $2.50 Tomatoes, Calitornia ...... String garlic Potatoes, cwt Brussels sprouts Swoet potatoes Beets Carrots Turnips Celery, case Onions California head lettuce, case Apples, Hood River $1 .251.75 Fruits. Oranges, Navels $2.253.25 Tangerines oranges $1.75 Lemons, per box $4.25(fli4.75 Bananas, pound S l-4c California grape fruit 3.(11) Florida grape fruit ........ $5.n0(fi'(i.00 Cauliflower $2..W Dates, dromedary, case $3.35 Fard dates $1.60 Crapes, barrels $4.00 Cranberries . $12.00 Pineapples 7 l-2c Honey $3.50 - Retail Prices. Eggs, per dozen, fresh., ranch Sugar, cane '. Sugar, D. G Creamery butter , ,10c $7.05 $0.85 . 40c Flour, hard wheat '. $1.60 $1.90 Flour, valley $1.30(a$l.C0 PORTLAND MARKET Portland, Ore.,' Feb. 13. Wheat: Club, IM'.c($l.00. Bluestcui, $l.(l8(?i 1.10. Fortyfohl, H7 l-'2(fi9!ie. , Kcil Russian, 96 l-2c. Outs: No. 1 white feed, $25.50 27.50. Barley: Feed, $29.00. Brewing, 30.50. . ' lings: Best live, $S.0.). I'rinie .steers, 7.75. Fancv cows. iii. 50. Calves, 7.lMi(iiS.bO. Spring lambs, 0.00. Butler: City creamery, 34c. Eggs: Selected local ex., 2ic. Hens, l l(T15c. . Broilers, 14ft 15c, Geese. W'i I Ic. It is recorded that if your brother repent, forgive him. But those Mas sachusetts republicans are apparently not imposing any obligation upon T. li. CHIROPRACTICSPINOLOOIST III? ri t. SI fVrT rirmlniitn of ( hirn practic's Fountain Head, JJjvenport, Iowa. Jf you have tried everything and have got no relief, try Chiroprac tic spinal adjustments and get well. Office 406-7-8 C. S. National Bank Building, lhone Main 87. Residence Main K2S-R. ' ' DENTISTS DR. O. A. OLSON", 'DENTIST Administers Nitrous OziJ and Ogygen (Jus Room 214. Phone440. Masonic Temple. Saleiu.Orc. FOR SALE FOR SALK A good family cow, just fresh, good milker. Call 000 .North Summer street. Febl") I OK KALI.:--Rhode Inland lied and White WvbihMIc cockerels. Elmer Until, Ron'le 0, Box 21. Feb 10 FOR SALE A few Rhode Island White Cockrels. Eggs l.5t ond 2.00 for 15. Booking orders to ship later. State when. Jus. Oimstejd, McMjnn ville, Oregon. Marl l-'OK SALE Or exchange, 810 acres well improved sandv loam, Nebraska farm. Will take ten or more acret in exchange. Siiuare Deal Realty Co., 301 L". S. Bank Bldg. Always Watch JThis Strictly correct weight, square deal and highest prices for all kinds of junk, 'metal, rubber, .hides and furs. I pay Z!c per pound for old rags. Big stock of all sizes second hand incubators. All kinds corrugated iron for both roofs and buildings. Roofing paper and second hand linoleum. H. Steinback Junk'Co. The House of Half a Million Bargains. 302 Xorth Commercial St. . P'aone 803 MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE J. C. O'Reiley and W. L. Baker, of the Modern Shoe Repair companr have dissolved partnership. Signed.' W. L. Baker. CALL US 1022. Eixit Shop. Ask about repair work in general. Don 't forget we do rug cleaning also. Ash-mon-Buckner, 201 Court street. Sa lem, Oregon. Febl9 GOOD USED FURNITURE Bought and also taken in exchange. Full line new furniture, ranges, heaters and other house furnishings. Some walnut pieces. . Beet Furniture Co., 233 JNorth Commercial street. Phone 684. tf CLEANERS AND DYERS APBAREL SERVICE . COMPANY 138 ' South High street. We clean, press, repair, remodel and re-line clothing and furs. Careful -Attention given all work. We call and deliver. Phone 72S, PHYSICIAN DR. D. B. GRIFFIX Drug and drink cure. 1425 Fir street, near Meyers . street. ' Phone 1037J. ' FOB RENT FURNISHED APARTMENTS For rent, very reasonable. Phone 1995. LODGE DIRECTORY A. O.'IT. W. 'Protection Lodge No. 2. Meets every Munday evening at 8 In the McCornack hall, corner Court and liiberty streots, R. O. Donaldson, ' M. V.; 8" A.' McFaddcn, recorder; -A. L. Brown, Financier. 3ALE.M LOlHiE No. 4, A. F. & A. M. Stated communications first Friday , in each month at 7:30 p. ra. in the Masonic- Temple. Chas. M. Carter, W. M.j S. Z. Culver, secretary. PACIFIC LODGE No. 00, A. T. & A. M. 8tatcd communications third Friday in each mouth it 7:30 p. m. in the Masonic Temple. Hal V. Bolam, W. M.; Ernest H. Choate, secretary. 3ALEM HL'MANE SOCIETY D. D. Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson, secretary. All cases of cruelty or ' neglect of dumb animals should be reported to tho secretary for invest'- gation. R. N. OF A. "Oregon Grape Camp," No, 1360, meets every Thursday ev ening in McCornack building, court and Liberty streets; elevator. Mrs. Sylvia Schaupp, 1791 Market, oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, recorder, 1296 North Commercial. Phone 1436-M. DE MOLAV COMMAXDERV, No. 5, K. T. Regular conclave fourth Fri day in each mouth at 8 o'clock p. m., in "Masonic Temple. Sojourning Sir Knights are courteously invited to meet with us. Lot L. Pcarcc, E. C, Frank Turner, recorder. CENTRA h LODGE No. 18, K. of P. McCornjck building. Tuesday even ing of each week at 7:30. F. F. Schram, C. C; W. B. Gilson, K. of It. nd S. CUAbWK IC CHAPTER, No. 37, O. E. S Regular meeting every first Jind third Tuesday at 8 p. in. in the Ma sonic Temple. Minnie Moellcr, W. M.; Ida M. Labcock, sccretury. WOODMEN" OF T 1 1 10 WORLD Meet every Friday night at 8 o'clock in McCornack block. 1). W. Mucey, C. C; L. S. Geer, clerk. 507 Court street. Phono 593. MULTNOMAH ROYAL AHC11 CHAP TER, No. 1, K. A. M. Regular meet ing second Friday in each month at 8 p. m. in tho Masonic Temple. Huy F. Richjnlson, I'.x. High Priest; Rus sell M. Brooks, secretary. MODKK.V WOODMEN OF AMERICA Oregon Cedar Camp, No. 5'JIC, meets every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in McCornack hull corner Court and Liberty streets. Elevator service, (leo. Rcinohl, V. (.'.; J. A. Wright, clerk. UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem bly, Xo. 84, meets every Wednesday, at" 8 p. m. in Moose hall. C. O. Mat lock, M. A.; C. 7,. Randall, secretary, Salem Hank of Commerce. HODSO.N COUNCIL, No. 1, R. & S. M. Stated assembly first Monday in each month, Masonic Temple. N. P. Rasinussen, Thrice Illustrious Mas ter: Clenn ('. Niles. recorder. THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL Classified Business Telephone Directory A Quick, handy reference for busy people Talepaone EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Salem Electric ,Co. Masonic Temple, 127 North High Maim 1200 'mo LAUNDRIES Salem Steam Launary, 130 South Liberty - - Maia 21 PLUMBING, BTEAM FITTING AND TINNING T. M. Parr, 1C1 South Commercial Street Main 111 TRANSFER AND DRATAGE Salem Truck A Dray Co., corner Slate aud Front streets Maia 71 Ad Changes Often The Oregon Wholesale and Retail Hide and Junk Co. Has moved from their former location, 130 Court street, to 197 South Com mercial. (The old stand of the Lawr ence Grocery, corner Ferry and Com mercial streets) and are open for busi ness at that place. Highest prices paid l for hides, wool, copper, brass, iron, etc. J Before selling elsewhere, consult ua for i prices. D. Samuel, proprietor, Phone, 399; Ees. Phone, 1737-W. OSTEOPATH DRS. B. II. 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 das eases. Consultation free. Lady at tendant. Office 503-506 U. S. Na tional Bank Building. Phone 859. Residence 346 North Capital street. Phone 369. SCAVENGER 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. UNDERTAKERS WEBB ft CLOL'GH CO. C. B. Webb, A. M. Clough morticians and funeral directors.. Latest modern methods known to the profession employed. 499 Court street. Miin 120, Main 983. KIGDOX-RICHAUDSON' CO. Funeral directors and undertakers, 252 Norti High streot. Day and night phout) 183. WATER COMPANY SALEM WATER COMPANY Office corner Commercial and Trade streets. For water service apply at office. nIU oayable monthly in advance. L. M. HUM Care of YIGK SO TONG Chinese Medicine and Tea Company Has medicine which . will cure any known cliS63,S6 153 South High Street, Salem, Ore. Phone 283. MONEY TO LOAN ON Qood Real Estate Security. THOS. K. FORD OTer Ladd tc Bush Bank, Salem, Orgo MONEY TO LOAN V ON QOOD REAL ESTATE SECUSITT HOMER H. SMITH McOORNACK BUILDING SALEM FENCE ad STOVE WORKS B. B. FLEMING, Prof. Depot American Fence f Gates, Plain and Barbed Wire. Paints, Oil and Varnishes. Kooflng, Foati, Hop HooU. 40 Years Making Stoves tore rebuilt and repaired, tore bought and told. 850 Court Street. Phone 124 Back of Chicago Store.