Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1916)
aily Capital Journal's Classified Advertising Page
RATES FOR ADVERTISEMENTS: One Cent per wovd for the first insertion. One-Half Cent per word for each successive subsequent insertion
I". N. WOODRY, "The People's Auc
tioneer" for City and State. I make
a specialty of Household Furniture
and Live Stock Sales. Farm sales
conducted anywhere in the state.
Your patronage is solicited. Satis
faction guaranteed. Note: House
hold furniture bought for cash or sold
on commission. Kesidonce 1215 North
Commercial, Salem, Oregon. Phone
DB, 0. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practic's Fountain Head, Davenport,
Iowa. If you have tried everything
and have got no relief, try Chiroprac
tic spinal adjustments and got well.
Office 406-7-8 U. S. National Bank
Building. Phone Main 87. Residence
CLEANERS AND DYERS
APPAREL SERVICE COMPANY
138 South High street. We clean,
press, repair, remodel and re-line
clothing and furs. Careful attontion
given all work. We call and deliver.
DB. 0. A. OLSON, Dentist Adminis
ters nitrous ozid and ogygen gas.
Boom 214, Masonic Temple. Phone
440. Salem, Oregon. '
TOR SALE 4 year old horse, saddle
and chaps, weignt aoout iiuu. j.n
ouire at Farmers' Feed Barm Aprl
FOR SALE 195 acre farm, part tim
ber and part farm land, house, barn,
fimilv orchard, spring water, $20 per
acre. "160 W. Wilson St. ,Salcm. Apr3
FOR SALE While Leghorn and White
Wyandotte chicks, eggs, pullets, cock
rels. Mrs. Wm. McKcynolds. Route
5, Box 45, Salem. Mar31
FOR SALE OR TRADE A good coun
try hotel near by,, only $500 cash
down needed if a sale or a good little
house in trade. Offered for week.
A paying business. See me at once.
William Fleming, 341 State street.
GENERAL STOCK An fixtures for
sale cheip, or will trade for property,
stock or what have you to trade J My
health is poorly and I must sell at
once. Good buy for someone. Ad
dress D. 3., care Journal. tf
FOUR VALLEY FARMS For sale by
owner on county road and railroad.
50 to 200 acrca each, good buildings,
good soil, ill under cultivation, close
to school, prices reasonable, ' half
cash, balance time at 6 per cent or
modern income bearing city property.
P. O. Box 246 Salem. tf
HOW IS HT1S For a bargain t Ten
acres of fruit, land, 4- miles from
town, 5 acres apples, 3 prunes, bil
ance small fruit. Small buildings.
Price $1500. For rent, eight room
modern house. Paved street. Two
blocks from car line. Price $20.00.
Square Deal Realty Co., 202 U. S.
MONEY TO LOAN Seven per cent,
any amount on improved iann ViuVf
erty. Address Box 441, Salem. Or. tf
SEDUCED FREIGHT RATES To and
from all points enst, on all household
goode, pianos, etc. Consolidated
carload, service. Capital City Trans
fer company, agents 'or Pacific
' Coast Forwarding company, lfol aomn
Commercial street. Phone Mnin 933,
THE FRUTTLAND NURSERY City
yard, High and Ferry streets. Roman
train Franquett walnuts grafted on
California black, 8 to 10 feet, $1 each.
Italian prunes. Call and inspect our
general dock before buying. Thone
DR3. B. H. WHITE and B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physician and
nerve specialism. Graduates of Amer
ican School of Osteopathy, Kirka
ville, Mo. Post graduate and specinl-
' izd in nerve diseases at Loa Angeles
college. Treat acute and chronic dis
eases. Consultation free. Lady at
tendant. Office 505-506 IT. S. Na
tional Bank Building. Phone 859.
Residence 346 North Capital street.
8ALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade Btrects.
For water service apply at office.
Bill payable monthly in advance.
BOOB," Learn not
. w wz v L s.6 yo -J (S)
A. O. U. W. Protection Lodgo, No. 2,
Meets every Monday evening at 8
in the McCornack hall, corner Court
and Liberty streets, R. O. Donaldson,
M. W.; S. A. McFadden, recorder;
A. L. Brown, financier.
SALEM LODGE No. 4, A. F. & A. M.
Stated 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. 50, A. F. & A. M.
Stated communications third Fri
day in each month at 7:30 p. m. in the
Masonic Temple. Hal V. Bolam, W.
M.; Ernest H. C'koate, secretary.
SALEM HUMANE 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. 1300, 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.
CENTRAL LODGE, No. 18, K. of P.
McCornack building. Tuesday even
ing of each week at 7:30. J. G.
Heltzel, C. C; W. B. Gilson, K. of R.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp, No; 5240,
meets every Thursday evening at 8
o'clock in McCornack hall, corner
Court and Liberty streets. Elevator
service. Geo. Eeinohl, V. C. J, A.
CHADWCK CHAPTER,. No. 37, 0. E.
S. Regular meeting every first and
third Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the Ma
sonic Temple. Minnie Moeller, W.
M.; Ida M. Babcock, secretary.
WOOBMEN Or? THE WORLD Meet
every Friday night at 8 o'clock in
McCornack block, B. W. Alaeey,
C. C; L. S. Goer, clerk, 507 Court
street. Phone 593.
DE MOLAY COMMANDER Y, 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. Fearce, E. C,
Frank Turner, recorder.
MULTNOMAH ROYAL ARCH CHAP
TER, No. 1, R, A. M. Regular meet
ing second Friday in each month at
8 p. m., in the Masonic Temple. Ray
F. Richardson, Ex. High Priest; Rus
sell M. Brooks, secretary.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly, No. 84, meets every Wednesday,
at 8 p. m. in Moose hall. C. O. Mat
lock, M. A.j C. Z. Randall, secretary,
Sulem Bank of Commerce.
HODSON COUNCIL, No. 1, R. & S. M.
State assembly first Monday in
each month, Masonic Temple. N. P.
Rasmussen, Thrice Illustrious Mas
ter; Glenn C. Niles. recorder.
OWENS Tailor and
Hatter. Panamas clew
ed and blocked.
405 Court St
General Feed and
Small Livery Stable.
C. W. TRAIN
254 Ferry. Phone 288
SALE? FENCE ad
B. B. FLFMINQ, Prop.
Depot American Fcecb
Gate, Plata nd Barbed Wire I
P slots. Oils and Vanuatu,
looflsg. Poet, Bop Hooka.
t 40 Years Ihkmz Stoves i
gtovM rebuilt and repaired.
toTca bought arid told.
gSO Court Street. Phone 134
Back of Chicago Store.
4 M !
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOT RNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1916.
to feed or annoy animals
HENRY CLEWS TAKES
A PEEP AT BUSINESS
AFFAIRS AFTER WAR
New York, Mar. 25. The enormous
wastage of wealth merely through war
expenses is imperfectly understood. Ac
curate figures are not available, and
could not include the destruction of
propetty on land and sea, uor the loss
from diverting the energies of millions
of men from constructive to destructive
efforts. Germany's monthly war ex
penses are estimated at about $500,
000.000, and war credits to the amount
of $10,000,000,000 had been voted up
to the end of 1915; since when addition
al loans aggregating about $2,500,000,
000 have been announced. Germany's
debt at the end of this year will be
about 10 times what it was before the
war, leaving an annual interest charge
of approximately $580,000,000. Germany
has also helped finance Bulgaria, Tur
key and Austria-Hungary; the latter
spending about $3011,000,000 monthly.
War is costing Great Britain nearly
$25,000,000 daily, or over $700,000,000
monthly, and credits amounting to $,
000,000,000 had been voted up to the
end ot 1915, since when another $2,000,
000,000 have been announced. Great
Britain has also amod in financing
France, Russia, Italy, Belgium, Serbia
and Montenegro, and the Chancellor of
the Exchequer recently stated that
Great. Britain will subsidize her allies
to the extent, of $2,000,000,000 during
the current tinnncial vear. France bor
rowed about $2,000,000,000 during the
first year of the war. Italy is spending
nearly $100,000,000 monthly on war,
and Russia bad spent a total of about
$5,000,000,000 up to January 10. Bir
FOR RE XT fl room house, city water,
barn and eight lots. Phone 2041H.
FOR RENT Cheap, modern 5 room
at 495 S. 17th.
Phone 115U-J. Call
nu Lf.riAU. ituu.-un iri
floor tor rent at summer rates. Close
in. 143 Court streets
FOB RENT 17 acres of good land.
Will rent ill or part of same. Ad
dress Route 7, Box 1)!). Aprl
WANTED Midle-aged lady for house-'
work who wants home and .small
wages, inquire 'it AM Leslie ; at.
WANTED TO BUY Five tons baled
clover hay, also for sale, good stock
hogs, 5 year old mare weight 1450,
and some cows and calves. Phone
WANTED For my own use, 20 fresh
cows or springers, must be in good
shape and heavy milkers, will take
a few 2 year old heifers i good. E.
F. Long, 160 South 25th street, Sa
lem, Oregon. Phone 1322-R. Aprl
."AW FILING Hand saws, meat saws
and cross-cut saws filed promptly.
Lawn mowers adjusted and sharpen
er!. Located P. .1. Larsen's carriage
shop, 172 S. Liberty Btrect. S. P.
M.'Crncken. " Apr3
WEBB ft CLOUGH CO. C. B. Webb,
A. M. Clough morticians and funeral
directors. Latest modern methods
known to the profession employed.
499 Court street. Main 120, Main 988.
BIGDON-RICHARDSON CO. Funeral
directors and undertakers, 252 North
High Btrect Day and night phone
3ALEM SCAVENGER Charles Boos,
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contract
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
2247. Residence Mnin 2272.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Good Real Estate Security.
TH03. K. FORD
Over Ladd ft Bush Bank, Salem, Oref oa
MONEY TO LOAN 7
ON GOOD REAL ESTATE 8ECUBITI
HOMER H. SMITH
these terrific outlays are merely a part
of the penalties of war. The cost of
living has advanced seriously in all of
these countries. Food has risen over 40
per cent in Great Britain, over 00 per
cent in Germany and prohnbly stil
more in other belligerent countries. All
the belligerents are facing inflation, in
varying degrees, and they are handicap
ped in international trade to the extent
of from seven to 33 per cent, accord
ing to their relative credit, which is
eventually reflected in high priced com
modities. Of the untold human misery
no men-sure can be taken in the fenrful
war bill which Europe must pay for in
this and many succeeding generations.
Premature peace reports caused a
slump in war stocks during the early
portion of the week, but when these
rumors proved false, recovery promptly
followed. Peace is probably in, sight,
and may come earlier than expected,
yet it is still dreary months away. Gcr
many continues making a sidendid
fiirllt. Vint- ffrn"a nnna.n.itlv um.l.n.. no
time progresses,' while the allies gain inC"?. Vr'TT!..
strength. Undoubtedly the latter will
persist in pursuing their advantages to
tue limit, judging by me utterances of
their national leaders and by.the euorm
oust new contracts for ration's nnd other
supplies still in process of negotiation.
When peace, however, does arrive nnd
its coming should be hnstened by every
possible effort it will vitally' affect
the securities market. The war group
when it sees the end of its feverish
prosperity must be expected to decline
materially; while, as to its effect upon
other shares, that remains to be seen.
i It does not yet appear that peace would
injure American stocus as a whole. In
some respects it would certainly benefii
them. For instance, the influx of Amer-
ienn securities from abroad would
quickly cease. Exchange would resume
more normal conditions. British neees-
sity for selling holdings of Americans
would come to an end, and Germany has
practically parted with all her Ai
ican investments. The frightful dost rue
t;nn n,i ,u.u;r.n ..?:... e .
...... .,... ' nii'llll nil HI
nital tor war
purposes would stop, and the tendency
toward dearer capital would conse
quently gradually disappear. The men
tal depression now weighing upon thi
whole world would materially decline
and new hope with its refreshing stim
ulus take it i1nio. Aa nr.;tf.i
ee( diminished waste nnd return,
ed to mirmni rat(,s the ff f . .. ,
helpful to American snares nn,l b,r.
ful expcndifWe would once more be
turned into productive enterprises.
Many a new venture has had to be post
poned for the past year or two bemuse
of the insistent foreign demands for
money: Our railroads and our factories
would have less difficulty in securing
the funds they now require. (In the
other hand, our export trade would be
vitally affected by pence. The export
of munitions would cease with the
execution of present contracts. Tim
would mean less traffic for our rail
roads from that source. Imports might
revive partially, but it is well to remem
ber that Europe will be able to sell u
littlo and buy only rigid necessities
lor some time to cmjie after the war.
For foreign trade especially we will be
obliged to seek new fields, particularly
for exports; and this our financial and
industrial leaders are already fully
alive to. So much for the principal for
eign racrors in tins stock market.
Domestic influences will beirin to ex
ert their, natural inrfnences when the
war i over, if not before. Pence will
overcome the forces which have com
plctely dominated this stock market for
nearly two years. Money, crop and in
dustrial conditions will "once more be
como the main factors upon whkh to
CAR SHORTAGE THREAT
ENS TO RUIN 6 MILLION
BUSHELS OP WHEAT
Winnipeg, Man., Mar. 31.
Pleading that 0.000,000 bushels
of wheat needs cars to mrve
it immediately to save it from
rotting on the ground a farm
ers' delegation appeared today
before the Canadian commis
sion. Much of this grain is al
ready being damaged by w-t
spring weather tho fanners told
form intelligent business opinion. For
the time being these are generally fa
vorable. There is still a great abund
ance of loanable funds at reasonable
rates, and in spite of the great expan
sion of credit there is as yet no sign of
serious weakness; no. is there any like
lihood of such while our bankers con
tinue their conservative policy in loan's
and our gold supply is adequately main
tained. ' While we are, still feeling the
benefit of last year's big harvest, the
outlook for the coming crop reason is
still exceedingly active, and outside of
industries affected by the war there is
a distinct revival in enterprise. Labor
is well employed and securing good
wages. The cost of living has advanced
somewhat, but nothing in comparison
with the rise abroad. Building is ex
ceedingly ac.tivo in the principal cities.
Railroad traffic is very heavy, and the
big roads are reflecting their improved
financial position by placing liberal or
ders for new equipment. In. the steel
trade there are as yet no signs of re
action, unless it be that prices have
risen to a point which obliges in mnnyi
cases a postponement of onlori. 'fho
steel industry is, however, extraordinar
ily active, the output of pig iron having
practically doubled in a littl.i over a
year. This country is now mnki'i;; iron
at the rate of nearly 40.000.000 tons a
I year. The textile and clotlpng indus
tries are also enjoying unusu'il prosper
ity. As yet there are no sigt") if re
action in any of those lines of industry.
On the contrary, those be.it iiroimod
mineral industries are also running at
top notch, earning unprecedented prof
its. The monthly compilation of
dividend returns renr(ed a distribu
tion of about $200,000,000 in April, an
increase of mure than $18,000,1100 over
last year. Exports are still running
very heavy. Taking tho situation as a
whole, the outlook is exceedingly satis
factory; although it should be remem
bered that many of thowc stimulating
influences have been liberally discount
ed and the market is still unavoidably
dominated by events in tho theatre of
Politics at home have assumed a
quieter and less disturbing phase. The
.Mexican prooieni, nuwever, possesses se
rious potentialities and may easily be
come a factor of importance if more se
rious military operations provo neces
sary, as is not at all unlikely. Mex
ican' securities have nuturnllv been
more active, and will fluctuate in sym
pathy with the fortunes of war.
1 lie securities market at the moment
is between two fires, Europe and Mex
ico, which calls for a fair amount of
Real Estate Transfers
Toseph A. Sid.lnll et nx to CI. W. and
M. I Johnson, lots 1,1. 14. lj. Hi. 17 and
IN, Hminyside Fruit Firms, No. 12.
.lohn W. Hnrhert et nx to Henry and
Rose Wenger, nil of lots !l nnd 10 and
W of lot H, Sniinvsido Fruit Fiinns
No. .), except 20 feet right of way off
Geo. ilensiiaw et ux to Norman
March, nil of lot 7, block 12, Marion.
.lohn A. Aupperle to F. .1. and M. E.
Wind, part Jus. M. Bates claim. O.j. 10.
Kilim A. lirnwnlee et vir to F. J. ind
M. E. Wied, part I'as. M. Hates claim.
W, 10, JW.
Blanche Iiluinlell to Robert Ilia part
lot S, block 2, ilorniiigside Add.
Paul W, Miller et tlx to Nonh Uosen
liaimi, part of block till, North Hnlem.
Henry anil L. II. Wenger to John W.
Ilarhert et ux, part lots 1 and 2, block
211. Nob Hill Add.
Henry Wenger et ux to John W. and
Marciv K. Hnrhert, part lots 1 und 2,
block 20, Nob Hill Add.
Arnold Wenger to J. W. and Murcin
R. Ifarbert, lot 7, block 10, Richmond
Carl Huetter to Carl and Katharine
Huetter, nart L. S. Thomas claim, 27,
4, 1 W; part ( has. Hubbard claim, 70,
4, 1 W.
Don E. Binklev et vir to Wm. L.
Rinkley, part I). L. C. of J. B. Duch
arme, 4, 5 1 W.
H. W. and S. E. Jones to Bertha S.
Hoover ami ('. A. Jones, Sec, 10, 0, 2
Anna J. Blanco to C. A. and Flor
nco i.ole, lot 11, block !), Highland Add
H. H. T'ppemlnhl et. nx to Wm. Up
pemlahl, part lot 12, Scholl Acres.
F. McKercher to Alary A. Long, bits
7 and 8, block 9, Fairmount Park Aid.,
F. A. GIoisou et ux to John Sikuskv.
part J. A. Staughton claim, 18, 8, 3 W.
Also lot fl, Ireton Fruit Farms,
, R. T. Hellyer to Marian Hellyer, lots
4 and Ewald Fruit Farms.
.'. E. Mellwain et ux to Florence D.
Barker, south .'13 feet of lot 2 and north
I0',j feet of lot 31, block 2, North Salem,
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
Salem Electric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High Main 1209
PLUMBING, STEAM PITTING AND TINNING
T. M. Barr, 104 South Commercial street Main !)2'
TRANSFER AND DRAYAGE
Salem Truck & Dray Co., corner State and Front gtroeta Main 74
Capital Journal Want Ads Will
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
CAPITAL JOURNAL WANT
No. 16 Oregon Express 5:00 a. m.
No. 5 Sound Spocial 9:12 a. m.
No. 28 Willamette Limited 9:22 a. m.
No. 12 Shasta-Limited 11:55 a. m.
No. 18 Portland Passenger 1:30 p. m.
No. 20 Portland Passenger 8:00 p. m.
No. 14 Portland Exprcse....8:00 p. m.
No. 222 Portland fast Fr't 10:38 p. m.
No. 220 Local way Fr't 10:35 p. m.
No. 15 California Express 3:32 a. m.
No. 17 Roseburg Pnss'n'r 11:20 a. in.
No. 53 Exposition Special 2:42 p. m.
No. IflCottiigo Grove Pas. 4:20 p. m.
No. 11 Shasta Limited 5:43 p. m.
No. 27 Willamette Limited 6:10 p. tn.
No. 13 Han Francisco Ex. 10:38 p. m,
No. 221 San Francisco Fust
Freight 12:35 a. m.
No. 225 Local way Fr't 8:10 a. m.
No. 73 Arrives at Salnm 0:15 a.m.
No. 70 Leaves Salem 0:fi0 a. m.
No, 75 Ar. Salem (mixed) 2:00 p. m.
No. 74 Leavo Salem 4:15 p. m.
No connection south of Goor.
Salem, rails City and Western.
161 Lv. Salem, motor ....7:00 a. m.
103 Lv. Salem, motor ....9:45 a. m.
165 Lv. Salem, motor 1:40 p. m.
167 Lv. Salem, motor ....4:00 p. m.
lfiit Lv. Salem, motor ....8:15 p. m.
230 Way Fr't lv. Salem 5:00 a. m.
102 Ar. Salem 8:40 a. m.
164 Ar. Salem 11:25 a. ra.
lfift Ar. Salom 3: 15 p. m.
168 Ar. Salem 6:00 p. m.
170 Ar. Salem . 7:45 p. m.
240 Way Fr't ar. Salem 1:35 p. m.
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Train No. Ar. Portland
4:35 a. m.
7:15 a. m.
9:45 a. m.
11:20 a. m.
1:45 p. m.
4:00 p. m.
5:37 p. m.
.... 2 Owl
, 10 Limited
.... 6:55 a. m.
... 9:25 a. m.
....11:35 a. m.
.... 1:35 p,
.... 4:00 n,
... Jo Limited .... 3:.'i0 p,
29 7:50 p,
7:55 p m. . 22 10:00 p,
Portland to Salom.
Lv. Portland. Ar. Snlem
6:45 a.m 8:55 . (Salem only)
S:ya a. m. .....o Limited lU:ll a. in.
CAPITAL JOURNAL WANT
Get You What You Wait
ADS BRING YOU RESULTS:
10:40 a. m.
2:05 p. m.
4:40 p.m. .
6:05 p.m. ,
9:20 p.m. ,
U :45 p.m. .
12:55 p. m.
.. 4:25 p. UJ4
. 11:25 p.m.
. 1:55 p.m.
. 17 Local .
. 21 Owl . .
4:10 p.m. .,
7:35 a.m. ,,
12:05 p.m. .
.. 5:37 p.m.
.. 9:45 a.m.
. 3:55 p.m.
, . 7:55 p.m.
. 3:10 a.nu
Ar. Ft gen.
.. 6:50 a.m.
. 0:30 xuu
.. 12:25 i.m.
Ar. Alb my.
. . 1 :50 p.m.
at Corv ali.
. . 3:20 p.m.
.. 8:50 p.m.
... 20 ....
. 10 Limited
10 Limited .
.... 2 Owl ..,
... 21 Owl ..
. . 5 Limited .
6:40 p.m. ,
Woodbnm Local Daily Except Sundays,
.-, wnvoi saiem 3:40 p.m.
No. 63 Arrivoa in Salem .... 3:25 p.m.
Lv. Corvalli a
... 5:37 p.m.
- 7:55 pjn.
8:25 a.m. .
12:12 p.m. .
2:32 p.m. .
4:10 p.m. .
12:55 p.m. .
M.. 14 ....
13 8:00 p.w.
WILLAMETTE RIVER ROUTE
Oregon City Transportation Company
Leave Portland for Oregon City, llutte
ville, Newberg, Miauion (St. Paul),
heatland, Salem (daily except
r Sunday) 6:45 a.m.
Leavo Portlund for Independence, Al
bany, Corvallis, (TuceJav, Thursday
and Saturday) , 6:45 i.io.
CorvailiH 6 a.m. Mon., Wed., Frl.
A"iny 7 a.m. Mon., Wed., Fri.
Independence . 0a.m. Mon., Wed., Fri.
Salcin 10 a.m. Men., Wed. Fri.
ya'i''n 6 a.m. Tues., Thurs., Sat.
ADS BENG YOU RESULTS.