"HEEZA mmii rif i 9 'ii6ie - .. u tin ! i "rzris vs$v aily Capital Journal's Classified Advertising Page RATES FORADVERTISEMENTS: OneCeiAt per word for the first insertion.r.One-Half Cent per word for each successive subsequent insertion AUCTIONEERS F. N. WOODRY, "The People's Auc tioneer" for City and State. I mnkc ka specialty of Household Furniture and I ive ytoek ISsiles. Farm paUa conducted nnywhere in the stntc. Your pntroiinge is-solicited. Satis faction guaranteed. Note: House hold 'furniture bought for cash or 'sold on commission. Kesidence 1-13 North Commercial, Salem, Oregon, l'lione r 611. fa CHIROPRACTIC SPINOLOGIST DR. 0. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro practic's Fountain Head. Davenport, Iowa. If you have tried everything and have got no relief, try Chiroprac Jic spinal adjustments and get well. Jffioc 40t7-S U. 8. National Bank Building. Phone Main 87. Residence Main 82S-R. CLEANERS AND DYER3 A.FPARET, PKRVICK COMTANY 133 South High street. We clean, press, repair, remodel and re-line clothing and furs. Careful attention given all work. We call and deliver. Phone 728. DENTISTS DR. 0. A. OLSON, Dentist Adminis ters nitrous ozid and ogygen gas. Room 214, Masonic Temple. Phone 440. Salem. Oregon. MISCELLANEOUS MONEY TO LOAN Seven per cent, any amount on improved farm prop erty. Address Box 441, Salem. Or. tf GOAT AN I) SHEEP SHEARING By experienced man. with up-to;date gas oline plant. List vour orders with H. Short. Phone 12215-J. Mar23 REDUCED FREIGHT RATES To and from all points east, on nil household goods, pianos, etc. Consolidated carload service. Capital City Trans fer company, agents for Pacific Coast Forwarding company, 101 South Commercial street. Phone Main P.13. NURSERIES THE FRl'ITLAND NURSERY City yard, High and Ferry streets. Roman Btraiu Franquett walnuts grafted on California black, S to 10 feet, 1 each. Italian prunes. Cull and inspect our general stock before buving. Phone 23-F-21. ' tf OSTEOPATH DRS. B. II. WHITE and R. W. WAL TON Osteopathic physici:in;s anil t nerve specialists. Graduates of Anier- ienn School of Osteopathy, Kirks ville, Mo. Post graduate and special ized in nerve diseases at Los Angeles eollcge. Treat acute and chronic dis eases. Consultation free. Ladv at tendant. Office SOoflOO V, S." Na tional. Bank Building. Phone 850. Residence 340 North Capital street. Phone 3ii0. SCAV ANGER SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos. . proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all kinds removed on monthly contract? at reasonable rates. Yard and cess pools cleaned. Office phone Main '2247. Residence Main 2272. UNDERTAKERS .WEBB & CI .OVG II CO. C, B. Webb. y A. M. Clough morticians and funeral directors. Latest modem methods known to the profession employed. 409 Court street. Main 120. Main OSS. RIGDON-RK'H ARDSON CO. Funeral directors nd undertakers. 252 North High street. Dav and night phone 183. , MONEY TO LOAN ON Oood Real Estate Security. THOS. K. FORD Over Ladd ft Busl Bank, Salem. Oregoi MONEY TO LOAN 7 ON OOOD REAL ESTATE, SECUBITT HOMER H. SMITH McCORNACK BUIXDINO FOR RENT FIVE ROOM Modern callage for rent, strictly modern, close in. Phone 1422. Mai23 K11R RENT 5 room strictly modern bouse furnished. Phone 1 737W af ternoons. Call at 300 Mission St, M:ir2t FOR TRADE. WILL TRADE-Onk fence po!s for aj good milk cow. W. M. Schuett. Ii. 1 2. Phono ST.':;. Mar2tJ BOOB," as a Photographer WATER COMPANY SALEM WATER COMPANY Office corner Commercial and Trade streets. For water service apply at office. Bills payable monthly in advance. LODGE DIRECTORY A. 0. TJ. W. Protection Lodge, No. 2, Meets every Monday evening at 8 in the McCornack hull, corner Court and Liberty streets. R. O. Donaldson, M. W.; S. A. McFnddeu, recorder; A. L. Brown, financier. . 8ALKM LODC.E No. 4, A. F. & A. M. j Mated communications first Friday in each month at 7:30 p. m. in the Masonic Temple. Chas. McCarter, W. M.; S. Z. Culver, secretary. PACIFIC LODGE No. CO, A. F. & A. ii. Stated commnnications third Fri day in each month at 7:30 p. m. in the Masonic Temple. Hal V. Bolam, W. M.j Ernest H. Clioate, secretary. SALEM HTMANE 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. 1,'liiO, meets every Thursday ev ening in McCornack building. Court and Liberty streets; elevator. Mrs. Sylvia Schaupp, 1791 Market, oracle; Mrs. Melissn Persons, recorder, 12P0 North Commercial. Phone 14;!6-M. CENTRAL LODGE, No. IS. K. of P. McCornack building. Tuesday even ing of each week ut 7:30. J. G. Heltzel, C. C; W. B. Gilsou, K. of R. und S. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Oregon Cedar Camp, No. 524C, meets every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in McCornack hull, corner Court and Liberty streets. Elevator service.' Geo. Reinohl, V. C; J. A. Wright, clerk. CHADWCK CHAPTER, No. 37, O. E. S. Regular meeting every first and third Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the Ma sonic Temple. Minnie Moeller, W. M.; Ida M. Bubcock, secretary. WOODMEN Of THE WORLD Meet every Friday night at 8 o'clock in McCornack block, B. W. Macev, C. C.j L. S. Geer. clerk, 507 Court street. Phone D!3. 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. Pearce, E. C, Frank Turner, recorder. MULTNOMAH ROYAL ARCH CHAP TER, No. 1. R. A. M. Regular meet ing aecoud Friday in each mouth at S p. m.. in the Masonic Temple. Ray F. Richardson, Ex. High Priest; Rus sell M, Brooks, secretary. UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem bly, No. SI, meets everv Wednesday, at" S p. m. in afunsp hall. C. O. Mat lock, M. A.; C, Z. Randall, secretary, Salem Bank or Commerce. HUDSON COUNCIL, No. 1, Ii. & S. M. state assembly first Monday in each month. Masonic Temple. N. P. Rasiunssen, Thrice Illustrious Mas ter: Glenn C. Niles. recorder FOR SALE FOR . LE nnlf interest in good pity ing business. Call at Cottliy Apart ments, Room 3. M:ir2." Pol! SALE Or part in trade, one room semi modi in house, one 0 room, one 7 room modern houses new, one impvoved 20 acre tract new house. One 15 acres all under plow small build im's. See owner. A, Korb, 1 1 i. Filth street. Salem, Or. Mar20 ln il VALLEY I'AUMS For sale by owner on comity road and railroad-, 50 to 20(i acres each, good buildings, good soil, all under cultivation, close to school, prices reasonable, half cash, balance time at li per cent or modern income bearing citv propertv. P. O. Box 210 Salem. ' tf FoR SALE Or exchange, 12" acres well improved laarge modern house, tin til. toilet, basement, and furnace, burn, gran.iry, farm well fenced, fully equipped with machinery, con venient to csliool and R. R. utation. Will accept some good Salem imp ort v. S.piare Deal Jieultv Co., 2'.'2 WANTED WANTED Team of horses to weigh about 2."i'0. Dr. ('. W. I'.cectilor, Sil verton mad, cornering on fair grounds. Mar2l Try Capital Journal Wint Ail. TTE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THE MARKETS ' The following prices for fruits and vegetables are those asked by the wholesaler of the retailer, and not what is paid to the producer. All other prices are those paid the producer. Corrections are made daily Everything appears to be quiet tK morning und 110 changes from yester day. Storage operators in Portland are buying heavily and this is keeping tin price up to the present level. In Port land yesterday 1!) and It' 1-2 cents was the price for storage eggs. trralns. I lav, timothv, per ton $lo(16 Oats, vetch' $14.00 Cheat $14.00 Clover hay $12.00 Wheat 75c Oats 35c(7?37c Rolled barley $35.00 Corn $35.50 Cracked corn $37.00 Bran $20.00 Shorts, per ton $28.00 Butter. Biitteifat 33c Creamery butter, per pound 34c Country butter 20c23e Eggs and Poultry. Eggs, candled. No. 1, cash 18c Eggs, case count, cash ltic Eggs, trade 18c Hens, pound KM?)1 14c Roosters, old, per pound 9c Spring chickens, pound 14c Pork, Veal and Mutton. Veal, dressed 10llc Pork, dressed 11c Pork, on foot 8(fi 8 3-4c Spring lambs 7cQ7 l-2c Steers 5 l-2e(5i0c Cows 4c((c3c Bulls 3c 3 l-2c Ewes 5c Wethers C. l-2c Lambs, grain fed 7 l-2c Vegetables, f'alibase $2.."0ri3.00 L. M. HUM Care of YICK SO TONG Chinese Medicine and Tea Company Has medicine which will cure any known 153 South High Street, Salem, Ore. Phone 283. OWENS Tailor and Hatter. Panamas clein- 1 and blocked. 495 Court St. General Feed and Small Livery Stable. l"7 " ' i C. W. TRAIN 231 Ferry. Phone 281- SALEM FENCE and STOVE WORKS ft. B. FLEMING, Proy. Depot American Fence Oatea, Plain and Barbed Wlr. Falnti, Oils and Vamishea. ftooflng, Foita, Hop Hooks. 40 Years Making Stoves toTM ntbullt and repaired. Itoraa bought and sold. 150 Court Street. Phone 124 Back of Calcago Itor. Tomatoes, Florida and Cuban $5.00 1 String garlic 13c Potatoes, cwt $1.25$1.75 Brussels sprouts 10c Beets :. $1.00 Asparagus 15c Broccoli : $1.25 Radishes 40c Green onions 40c j Green peppers 20c Green pens '. 10(S 15c Egg plant 20c Carrots $1.00 j Turnips $1.75 j Celery, case $1.50 Onions . $2.73 Apples, Hood River $1.2j(5$l.75 Walla Walla spinach $1.10 Fruits. Oranges, Navels Lemons, per box Bananas, pound ...... California grape fruit . Florida grapo fruit Pineapples Honey $2.25(03.23 .. $1.50(i4.75 T. 5c $3.00 1 .... $5.00(2 $6.00 j 7 l-2c , QO.UV Retail Prices. ' Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch 20c ! Sugar, cane $7.83 Sugar beet $i.i:i Creamery butter 40c Flour, hard wheat $1.001.80 Flour, valley $1.3C PORTLAND MARKET Portland, Or., Mar. 24 Wheat S.VfillOr; Bluestem 3c(a$l.0i); -Club Forty c. ;i.5u Void 8ii((i,H2c; Red Russian sr,(a 02 Oats No. 1 White Feed $2: 25.00. Barlcv, feed $27(? 30. Hogs,' best live $!M0((i9,2U. Prime steers $8.00. Funcv cows $7( 7.25. Calves $8. Spring lambs $lt(n 10.50. liulter City Cieiniery 34c. Country butter 30Ci3lc. Eggs Selected Local Ex. 10(S, Hens 10c. Broilers 20(ii22c. Goeso 101 lc. Opium Smoker Has Fine of $100 Remitted Yesterday Governor Withycombe grunted a "conditional remission of a fine imposed upon Ah Tov. who nleid- led guiltv lietore Municipal juago Jjttng guth of Portland, of having opium in ' his possession and who was fined $100 for the offense. In default of payment of the fine. Toy was committed to the Multnomah county jail on December 0. ; 1015, and his release, at this time Was recommenled by Judge Linggiuli lino Deputy District Attorney Richard Deii Ii 1 of Portland. The fine was remitted up I on the condition that Toy pay into the ' court within the next six months $23 'of. the fine and conduct himself in a (.proper muiiner. I A restoration to citizenship, was al so granted to A. L. liell whu ill De cember, 1013, was committed to the penitentiary from (Irani county for hr ceny of a 'mure and who was paroled from the penilentiarv in December, 1011. MANY TROUBLES DUE TO WEAK KIDNEYS "It is no use ndvci Using a medicine unless the medicine itself is good enough to back up the claims you uiuke for it. Ou the other hand it is a pleas ure fr druggists to sell a medicine when customers come in after-ward and tell how much good it has done them. And that is why druggists like to sell and recommend Solvax Lie great kidney remedy. Ever since we first introduced Solvax drug clerks have been so busy selling it that it is some times hard to keep a sufficient stock on hand. Moreover Solvax iB always sold on a positive guuiuntee of relief to the kidney sufferer or money back. This may seem rash but users have said so many good words in favor of Solvax that it is not expected that many packages will be returned," This shows great faith ill Solvax. It really is a most unusual medicine be cause it overcomes the worst cases of kidney complaints by removing the cause. It goes straight to the neat of the trouble. It soaks right in and cleuns out the kidneys and makes them pnss off a'l the uric acid and poison ous wastb matter that lodges in the joints and muscles, causing rheuma tic pains; soothes and heals the blad der ami quickly ends ull such troubles. Nothing is more nncomfortablo or hurts a person's perfect enjoyment of lifo more than troublesome kidneys and their attending evils. Use Solvax and begin to get your full niensiirc of benefit out ot" life'. Sold by Daniel J. Fry and other leading druggists in this vicinitv. FRIDAY, MARCH 24. 1916. . a Gives Outline of England's Policy After War Ends (Continued trom page one.) mons that you were determined to pre vent Germanv from again raising her head." "What I really ought to have said was that it was u question of her rais ing her helmet," hiuicimuu repli"d. "We in England hnve not grown so foolish as to believe one nation enriches itself on another's poverty, or that P.is marck's policy of bleeding our enomy white, as he did France in 171, is good neither for individual nations nor for Europe as a whole. "The coming conference in Uuris w ill approach all these questions with these points. We are all determined to resist Germany wherever we find her trying to establish political predominance in foreign countries by commercial means. "Great Britain has a clean record on this subject. We've never used trade j relations tor waniKn purposes or ior preparation for our. Our free trade is traditional. We have at all times (lis- ! couraged governmcui. assistance or di- rection of commerce. We have allowed our manufacturers and traders to de-1 velop their business relations wherever, they could on their own merits.. We j have competed against ourselves us much as against foreigners. Will Be Friendly Contest. ' "You ask what effect this will have on our commercial relations with Amer ica. I reply that we will continue to be good commercial neighbors to the United States. Of course we will com pete against your traders and manufac turers whenever we can with renewed vigor, in neutral ( markets, when the war is over. But the competition will bo thnt of honest merchants seeking no end but the exchange of commodities for mutual benefit, ive will always be ready to make friendly engagements with neutrals, especially the United States in the interest o'f peaceful com mercial development. "In "' preparation for the return of peace we mc making plans for renewed internal organization and external ac tivity. This can and w ill be done along lines every neutral will regard as friendly. The efficiency of the British workingman has been raised during the war.' The possibilities of increased out put have been experienced. With an immense fund of labor 'set free at de mobilization, we com. s. on renewed ac tivity in every important trade. The po tentialities of women lnbor are .now I c ing tested' "Do you expect inucli labor trouble after the war?" lie wus asked. "Those who speak for organized la bor nre not fools," Runcimnn icplicd. ' Vucy know perfectly well thai only u complete co-operation of all cbvssei will enable us to recuperate from 1 1 in dustrial nnd 'financial exhaustion of the war." Colonel Bertani Sends Word Villa Is Surrounded (Continued Fi am Pago One.) ject he did not intend 'o join tne Viliis tas ' Bell Doubts Hevt ?ra (leiicriil Bell is on.' of the few Amer ican officials who still believes Ib rrera to be u traitor. ISell eoni'iuTi'd here . with .1. O. Crockett, vie..' siiVMt of the .Mexico Northuoloivi railr'id, and j with Consul (lurciti,' with r"g.n,l In j American forces u.'ing tlie'lino 'oii;t of id unrest for military pui',io-"s. It in still believed the desired permission will be ! granted in. a f"v (lavs. Heavy guards are ui'iinlaine 1 in the I streets here, and l.i';;e police puiiils from this city inninlninn'. mi .ill higlit iicj! along llie Imp' -. Although "II .was ipiiet locally, i'.iirs of a ,l x -I'M n uprising persistcl. The pobce nrccMcrl Euiilio Vuleniielu. publisher of "El I Constitution," an uuti-Ameiicni arer, laud eight members of nis stuff. The j paper was 'suppressed. Inhabitant" o'f ! the Mexiciiu village ire m-'hing money t selling sninll wares to seic!i"tx of II e i x- peilitioii. .rhey show no deposit io i In cutise trouble. Consul (iiiiein before f 'i. in today I. fld no wind from th' fioiil, iillhouuh it wus expei'ted Hint fin'itin world commence ut ilnvlnei,';. - ll't'ii . r ut Fort Uliss snid they ha 1 no lvi'i s from (lenernl IVrsh'ng to iioliin.' I'oit a buttle with Villa ens n: li'iol or to show that the bandit lee Irr im sar .t tided. Major Cample, commnnduut here, stnted that he had no infurnnilimi about a.ny engagement between Villu and (leneral l'erhing forces. The field wire less wus in good order, he said, but it hud not curried a report of Americans closely Kiirrntiinlhig Jhe outlaw nnd his followeis. By Mort. THE DAILY. CAPITAL JOURNAL Classified Business Telephone Directory A Quick, handy reference for busy people Telephone EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Salem Electric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High Main 1208 PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING T. M. Burr, 104 South Commercial street Main 103 TRANSFER AND DEAYAGE Salem Truck 4 Dray Co., corner Ktato and Front streets Main 71 Don't Turn Flip Flops at night because of that disagreeable Eczema. Buy a jar of Dry Zensal for any crusty, scaly skin trouble, and a jar of Moist Zensal if there is a watery erup tion or the skin appears to weep. A good night's rest is yours for a 50c jar. Don't wait, buy it today. CENTRAL PHARMAY, former POOLE'S DRUG STORE Bethel News (Capital Journal Special Service.) Bethel, Ore., Mar. 22. There was aj good debate ut the meeting of the Bethel Literary society last Friday night. The question was "Resolved,. Thnt 'wood is more useful thun iron." Spcukei'rt were: Affirmative, John Clark, Roy Maa-hund and George Mat ten. Negative, O. O. Swales, Elmer Roth and Bert Bressler. The decision of the judges was four for the nega tive ami one for the affirmative. The following program wus given: Song "Afraid to do Home in the Dark." By Air. and Mrs. Roth. .Snug By Hazel Fueston. Marguerite Bahnseii aiid Christenie Bahnsen. Heading "Hash." By 0. O. Swales. Kouk By Mrs. Mat ten, Mrs. Fuest man and Hazel Fuesiman. Mandoline solo By W. R. Baker. Song "In the Valley of the Moon." Bv Mr. and .Mrs. Bert Bressler. "Hush" wus an original composition' in verse and made a great hit with the: audience. j The paper (formerly the Bethel Sun. now the Bethel Observer) was read by j the editor, Mrs. Swales. This was the first issue under the new miinngeinent und it certainly was a splendid number.: Several persons from Bethel attend ed the box social given at .Macleay Sat-! iinliiy night. The capacity of the large; hull wus taxed to the limit, many being obliged to stand. The plays, "Janc'si Legacy" und "A Bunch of Hoses" were the chief attractions. They held the attention of the audience much bet- tcr than the other numbers of the pro-' gram. Forty baskets were sold at prices, from 10 cents to over it'.'. Candy and ice, cream cones were soid; more than being collected. The purpose of the so cial was to raise funds for the minister,! Rev. Winters. Work has been started on the NO i acres just south of the Taylor farm. This tract will be s to English wal nuts. They had begun digging the holes for the trees when the recent storm put a stop to the work for the time being. 1 There will be several Beth'elites on the job us soon us work starts again. : Mrs. Johnston, of rresuo, ( at., i.' vis I iting at the home of her son, Mr. C. I.. ) Johnston. Clifford Johnston is moving this week. Air. and Mrs. Albert Evans, who re side in Montauu. are the proud parents, of a sou recently arrived. Mrs. D. M. Evans sends the news. Mrs. Clark is home ngain. She has been -Hlnying 4it the home of her daugh ter, Mrs. Cumthcrs, of Sulein, for the past month, BLAMES OUTSIDERS Washington, Mur. '-'I A charge that "sinister forces" were trying to in I'lnine the United States ind Mexico and cause war between them was made todnv bv Senator Stone us he iiiude this assert ion al ter telegrams felling of seri oils conditions on the Texas at) I Ari out borders hud been read in the sen ale. A Xew Today add may bud to fortune lake the right road. NINE M. Burger. V- r whv: v, 5. mot To CLOSt J CAM ( I Fi Urges Everyone to Drink Glass of Hot Water Before Breakfast Just ns coal, when it burns leave behind u certain amount of incoui" buutiblo material in the form of ashes, so the food and drink taken day after day leaves in the alimentary eaual a certain amount, of indigestible ma terial, which if not completely elimina ted from the system each day, be comes food for the millions of bacteria which infest the, bowels. From thia mass of left-over waste, toxins and ptonmin-lilic poisons are formed and sucked into the blood. Men an, I women who can't get feel ing right nuiit begin to take inside baths. Before eating breakfast each morning drink a glass of real hot water with a ten-spoonful of lime sloue phosphate in it to wash out of Ihc thirty feet of bowels the previous day's accumulation of poisons and toxins and to keep the entire alimen tary canal clean, pure and fresh. Those who are subject to sick head ache, colds, biliousness, constipation, others who wake up with bud taste. foul breath, backache, rheumatic still ness, or have a sour, gassy stomach, lifter meals, are urged to get a quarter pound of liiiieslone phosphate trom the drug store, and begin practicing internal sanitation. This will cost very little, but is sufficient to muhtf anyone an enthusiast ou the subject. Remember inside bathing is move impoituiit thun outside bathiug, be cause the shin pores do not absorb impurities into the blood, causing poor health, while the bowel powers do. Just ns soap and hot water cleanse, sweetens unci fre-hens the shin, so hot water and limestone phosphate act o nthe stomach, liwr, kidneys uud bow els. MAY PASS BURNETT EILL Wellington, -M:u'- -I. Voting 22 to 74 for immediate consideration of the Burnett immigration bill, the, house indicated that it would pass the meas ure today. The bill has been vetoed by both President Wilson nnd William II. Taft when he was president, bec.iuse it provided for a literacy test. LIKE OLD TIME TEXAS ! Muskogee, Okl.i., Mur. 24 Shooting , und killing .Incob (liles, a sheriff of 'Texas who had him in charge, Paul ; Ha I ley, prisoner, forced the conductor ro stnp a rrnin on which ue wis uciu. transported to jail today, and escaped With .Mrs. lludlev. We are in the lead The World kiclis a man when lie's down.