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PLY? WEIUCOS'T rci
People Notice It. Drive Them
Off With Dr. Edwards'
A pimply face will n-g embarrass yon
much limner it you Ket a package of Dr.
Kdivards' Olive Tubleia- The skin sliouM
bi-iii tr clear after you have WKen the
tnhlets a few nittlits.
Cleanse the liiood, the bowels and the
liver Willi Olive Tablets.
Ur. Kdwards' Olive Tablets are the suc
cessful substitute for calomel there's
never any sickness or pain after taking
Ur. Edwards' Olive Tablets do that
wbieh calomel does, and just as eti'eetlvti
ly, but their action is gentle and safe in
stead of severe and irritating.
No one who takes Olive Tablets is ever
cursed with "a dark brown taste.'' a bad
breath, a dull, listless. "no. good" feelint?.
constipation, torpid liver, bad disposition
or pimply face.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a purely
Vegetable compound mixed with olive oil ;
ou will know them by their olive color.
Dr. Edwards spent years anions pa
tients afflicted with liver and bowel com
plaints, and Olive Tablets are the immense
ly effective result.
Take one or two nlRhtly for a week.
See how much better you feel and look,
lite and 25c per box. All drugfflsts.
The Olive Tablet Company, Columbus, O.
TODAY IN HISTORY
1770 Tlie Battle uf Lexington.
Ixiil The first gun fired iu the
INI-l President Huertu
to snlnto the I'nited States
flag before (i p. m.
HUH America 'g final demands
sent to (iertuiinv.
Greater Army Bill
Passed Senate Last Night
Washington, April 111. An army re
organization hill that would produce
regular army and reserve military forc
es in the United States agre'gating
1.(100,(1110 men was passed by the Sen
ate last uiglit wil limit n record vote. It
is a substitute for the Hay lull, passed
by the I roust- and the dit 't'ereiu'es will
lie worked out in prmfcrenee.
On the eve of a joint session of the
houses of Congress to hear a message
from tiic President on grave interna
tional issues, the Senate hastened com
pletion of tile bill a utiil scenes of ex
citement, repeatedly rejecting nil
'.intendments pending to reduce the pro-
poscn strengtiieiiiug ot the army.
The leading provisions of the Senate I
army bill are:
Peace fooling, 2."0.000.
Federalized national guard. 280,000.
Volunteer reserve. JH1,(Iiiii.
School ami college reserve, estimated
nt 200,0011 to 4(1(1,0(1(1.
Appropriation of 1.1.0H0,0i0 to devel
op nitrate plants.
Vocational instruction of enlisted
men in regular army.
National guard section of regular nr.
Will Land In Desert
Los Angeles, Cat., April 1 0. A
searching unrty made up of city police
officers with a large automobile, pre
pared to go to the rescue of three bal
loonists believed lost on the desert. 1 1 it -
bert Kitle and Frank Ediiiondson, both i
of ( lur.igo. were members of tiie part v.
Jack () Count'
pilot, was the third
The trio ii.td intended to attempt to
break the world's record for a para
chute drop. Kittle planned to step
from the bnsket at ii- height of I.'uHiO
When last seen late yesterday, the
40.(100 cubic foot gas bag was drifting
e.ist toward the desert over the Sierra
Ala dre mountains.
Three (lavs' provisions and water wn"
carried when the ascension was nin-le
yesterday it t Monrovia.
New Railway Company
Articles of incorporation for the
Sanliant Knilwny company were filed
today at the office of the corporation
commissioner. The proposed raihva-'
will operate a line n-pproxiinntelv seveii
miles long on Kinnev Creek in Linn
county connecting witli the Corvallis ;
anil i-.astern. lite principal office ofjgon tui.l tin- pliintif'f nsks that the
the railroad company will be in Silver- father be granted tiie cu-todv of the
K. A. Cowden. of Silverton. is r.resi-
dent, W. A. Reynolds of Pilverton, is j
pecretary, and Cleorge Oerlinger, of Hal
las, is vice president. The road is!
capitalized nt .f.'i.OOO. j
Now the voter has nothing to do but'
sort out the candidates for slaughter '
at the primaries.
NOTICE OF . IMPROVEMENT
Notice is hereby given that the Com
mon Council deems it expedient so to
(to, and liercbv tleclurt
its purpose and
intent on to improve I hurch Mreet u,,, m from a ,ir,,lls Sl,.lt !ir Albany. !
fri'v fi r "I','- ,nK' f"',0! AS!, of lflst -vo,ir' Ir is a,l0':'"' '
the North lute ot Mission Mreet at the!,,,.,, ,,p li(, ,,,,, ,,onM of tllp right ,
expense of the abutting and ..djaceiit , f ,r(: nm The defendants maintain tlial 1
.roperty by gra.ling, curbing, and pav- , . , ,ip ,;,;,- lp smn o( ,,.n ,
Hiv-nii.il t,v.Y.,. uif ,;..,,M t .,..
,.., , ' .-' ... . I
and one'half (V i'sj ini'l, liituminou, 1
l oncrete wearing surface laid on a four
and one-half ( 1-li) inch Kitmninoiis
Concrete bife in accordance with the I
plans, specificitions nnd estimates for;
tne i nnit-nniniDii f il L f.... I
the Sutith line of State Street to the
North line of Mission Street, adopted
by tin- rnmnion Council on the .'hj dav
of April, llilii, and now on file in tlie
office of the City Ceeorder. which for
greater certainty and convenienre are
hereby referred to and made a part of
this notice; being that character or
kind of improvement known and desi"
t, ,(.,.! ;,, .:.i ..i..... ,
- "- r "o j'l.m. im'vi-i i n-ations alio i
estimates as lUtu.ninoiis loncrete 1
l'nviiin v, i
'the ( onimon Council herein- declares! l,f,w u "
its purpose nnd intention to make tiioas,i for jloO al torneys' fees.
said above described improvement by
tutu tnro'igli tie- Mreet Improvement 1
Jepartineiit of the Citv.
ftv order nt the Common Council,
C IIAS. F. F.t.CIX, Citv He. order.
Dated this ltli day of April. liMii.
Turkish Garrison Escapes
Weather Ends Fighting in
Pctrngi.nl, April J3, The Turkish
garrison nt Trebizoud, important Black
sea fortress and port, escaped when the
Russians entered the city, but Slav
troops are closely pursuing the fleeing
Moslems, according to dispatches from
the front today.
It is expected that the Turks will
make a stand after crossing a stream
which empties into the Black sea six
miles west of Trebizoud. The Kussians
are now attempting to straighten their
line by advancing against Erzingan, the
Headquarters ot the north Turkish
finny, where resistance is expected.
Since the entrance of Grand Duke
Nicholas into Armenia he has con
(piered nearly liO.000 square miles of
territory, ulmost twice the area of
European Turkey, it is estimated.
Trebizoud was not stronglv fortified
and fell quicklv before a surprise at
Weather Stopped Fight.
runs, April IV. A thick tog en
veloped Verdun and most of the west
ern front today and during the night.
The Germans from time to time dropped
shells on Hill 304 and the French posi
tion on Dead Man's hill, and rather
violently bombarded the region south of
ITntidromoiit, the official announcement
Slid, Weather hindered jufautry oper
ations. Gentians Capture Positions
Berlin, April HI. French positions nt
Steinbruch, north of Verdun, have been
captured by Genitalis, it was officially
announced today. One hundred prison
ers were taken. A French counter at
tack northwest of Verdun and east of
Steinbruch was repulsed.
Germans On Greek Soil.
Salonika, April 19. Hermans crossed
the Creek frontier lifst Monday ami
destroyed railway bridges between
Doirnn and AUinduul, according to dis
patches received here today.
Norwegian Steamer Sunk.
Lisbon. April 1R. The Norwegian
steamer Terje Viken. "70!) tons, has
been sunk. The crew was saved.
COURT HOUSE NEWS
The suit of Belle fhristenson agiinst
Allen II. Mack was called in depart
ment number 1 of the circuit court this
morning while the trial of Cleve Simp
kins was being held pp by the failure
of the jury to return an early verdict in
the ense of the state against Hex Tur
ner. Belle Chiistenson brought suit
nuainst Mack to recover money alleged
due on a lease. She leased a restau-
rant building to tiie defendant for $
per month at Woodbinn in dub", 191o
It rs alleged that the defendant sub
leased it to (.'. K. Powell for three
months for with an option to pur-
..1. J1.... it'-im tl... ....... f..-.
in i si -p-.ii' iue i lAuii i-.i iiiiu x 1 1 1 -
nishintrs. The plaintiff holds Mack for
e rental which amounts to tf2..i0.
Muck claims that thruogh a mistake in
the lease tne
Palace Kestaniant was
mentioned when it metnt only the fur
niture ami furnishings and not the
birllding itself, and the owner should
look to the sub-lessee for the rental.
llenrta Marion Tuttle today filed n
suit for divone in the circuit court of
this county against Hugh Max Tuttle.
The couple were married in Minnesota
in lliitl and the plaintiff alleges .that
at that time site was but H years of
age and did not realize the duties of a
wile and that tlie union proved to her
that her husband who was 1(1 years
older considered her i child nnd not a
wile. They have two children,
rence, a son, aged 11 vears and (lernld.
ia son. aged 12 vears, who are now witii:'"' given an informal reception at the
the father at Olendnle in southern Ore
The jury in the case of Belle Chris-1
tenson against Allen H. Mack this
afternoon returned it verdict for the
plaintilf tit the sum of $ti2."0 which i
was the amount asked tor in the coin-j
The case of Jessie Mosier, guardian!
ad litem for (luy L. Hill, against Al .
Homes and the Al (I. P.arucs Shows Co., i
was caller in department Xo. 1 of the
circuit court this atlernoon. tins is an.
action brought to recover damage ot"" ;
i.i.ilU0 alleged to have been sustained
when finv 1.. Hill, who is !l vears of:
ceiiit aclinonlt'iluinif that
she had re
lf'.vmc..t in full for nil damages. :
1 piainiius itotn mar sue iimuum
receiving this sum for doctor
hills oulv and that the "received in
full" agreement was inserted over her
signature niter sin- signed the paper.
Wetherford i- Wenthcrford of Albany,
nnd Smith & Shields of Salem represent
the plaintiffs and John II. MfXary the
A suit was filed in tlie circuit court
of this count v this afternoon by the
I'eotdes Han!;, of Silverton
dalmer Taw and Alie
Tuw to fore-l.,,
. . ...nt Tl.a
'"r a.!""r a" ,"."nl l"l"r,'"
iilaiiilitts allege that a imU- for t 00
A marriage license was tm"i at tin-
office of the count v clerk this after
noon to EdwarJ A. Hetti, k, a farliier; A- indicated by past performances,
residing nt -." S. 17th street iu this villa has a habit 'of dying at the psy
city, and Mabel aVu Morn, also of chohioiial inoiiieiit. un.l HimTno iI.-m.I
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOT RNAI
Commercial Club Does Not
Stop to Count Cost But
Votes For It
The Commercial dub last evening de
cided by an almost unanimous vote that
Salem should hold a Cherry fair this
year, and that it would be held under
the auspices and at the expense of the
While the decision was made with but
one weak dissenting voice, there was a
disposition on a part of the member
to take the matter tip and talk it over!'St-. I-mi
rtotn a financial standpoint at a future
meeting, and laid out if the club could
ery wen anoift, under tlie circum
stances, to involve itself in an enter
prise that would put it in debt possibly
A petition hnd heen presented signed
iy o business men favoring the Cherry
Fair, and when Theodore Roth's motion
to postpone action until the next meet
ing was voted on, the majority decided
that the question should be deefded at
once. Benjamin Brick wanted a yes or
no decision and so did William Walton.
George F. Rogers expressed the senti
ment that if Salem wanted a fair now
was the time to decide.
Y. G. Deekabnch explained that the
vote was not necessarily deciding on a
cherry fait', cr that the club would
have to put up the money, but was just
an expression of opinion that the club
wanted something doing this summer.
Max O. Buren said that he hated to see
the Commercial club spend a lot of
money that it did not have.
Finally on motion of Cleorge F.
Rogers, that Salem hold a Cherry Fair
and that the Commercial club pledge its
moral as well as financial support, the
club went on record as favoring the
The riiilodor'rau literary society has
nn interesting program for this evening.
It will be opened by a piano solo by
Harry Mills; next .lames Donald Flet
cher, p student in the law Lallege, will
spe.ik on "The law profession in its re
lation to tlie
common man. .lames
Head Bain will then philosophize on the
subject of "Why do cows climb
stairs.'" This is a subject of general
interest in college circles and should
take well. Leigh Douglass, who is in
terested in church matters, will talk on
tin- subject of "The churches relation
to politics." Keltv
the dignified soph-,
-he mi 1 lee- 1 I f hn
omore, will expound the siinjc
lit'istian religion practical.'" Closing
the program, Darrel Kexford will give
a vocal solo.
Last Saturday evening three Willam
ette people, Inn young Ltdies and an
ex- 1.1 man were joy riding when the
unexpected happened.the gas became a
minus quantity. As It was past the time
when street cars run nnd the gar.iges
were nt the other cud of town, the un
fortunate trio who were stranded on
the road which goes p.ist the peniten
tiary, decided that if they were to get
home that new power must be found
whereupon all three preceded to push
the tiling home. Joyriding may have
may have attractions for some but these
young ladies say never ngiiin, unless
- , , i j. '
tl1"'' ' I'.1!'" (.'f. B!,?: .
.''tice McD.iniels l. is it campus
isnor toiiay. ne nas iicen superin-
V'"-"" ," Sl'""ls !" IT"?' ","s""
uiiiuig tne pasi winter, tie nils ueeu
very successful in his work at that
place (mil has been tlie means of se
eming a new .flO.OdO concrete high
Senator Burton Will
Talk at Armory Tonight
Senator Theodore F. Hiirton w ill ur
rive in Salem at 4::iu this aftcrVoon on
the Oregon Llectric whore he will be
met by a special committee from the
Luu-Ions ot the American Revolution and
representative business men. He will
Hotel .Marion nt ." o'clock this after
noon and will attend a banquet at II
o'clock. He is scheduled to speak in
t,he interests of his candidacy for the
republican nomination fo& president of
United States and on Hie pnrtv issues
at the armory at 8 o'clock tonight,
(Continued from Page One.)
illation was given today by responsible
ilierinaii ofifcitls that (iermnnv niuvl
I find it possible to meet the American'
,1..,,..,,,, , i.,f U'iiw,,.. ,.,,ii;n,i
Rrnalr Mean War Rav Taft
n,.;f- n..i, m ..it .t:..i...
,m(til. fl)UlKl , I10(p to 'ier.
nmiiv, was is inevitable," said F.x-I'rcs-I
itlcnt William How.trd Taft here to.hiv.i
Demands Submarine War End. "
Washing,,,,,, April !!. Tito Ameri-
an note to (leWnniiv demands n prac
tical end to Germany 's submarine war-;
tare, it was leirned this afternoon
SILVERTON WOMAN" DIES
Mrs. T.uzie Umvser, . of Silverton,
aged L'ii yeurs. who caitie here a week j
ago to visit w ith her parents, Mr. j
and .Mrs. A. Kesler, on Smith Deer
Creels, tlied hist evening at Mercy I
hospital following a brief attack oi
neutuoiiia. L. T. Bowser, her hus-j
,.,Mi. in in ..iKiiiiiii, iiiiii iiiui-iiii i, -
rangements will be deferred pending
Ins arrival. I he btirtnl will probably
,i. ,.i , nj ti. ...... .......
';,-.. .i. ,t J.i .1 1
1 ing expected here this evening. She
, has a brother, Oren, in Iloselmrg,
j and another brother, Robert, at Tost,
.Oregon. 'Nlrs. Dowser had spent most
j of lo r life in the northern pin t of the
state. Koscbutg lievtew.
ijust about lite same length of time,
SALEM, OREGON WEDNESDAY, APR. 19, 1916.
l TODAY'S BALL SCORES I
R. H. E.
Philadelphia , 1 y 4
New York 2 4 0
Cronell and Myers; Marklo and Nu
namaker, Meyers replaced Crowed;
Murphy replaced Myers.
Moruing game: H. H. K.
Washington 3 6 1)
Boston 2 7 2
Bochliug and Williams, Henry; Fost
er and C'ady.
Afternoon game: E. H. E.
Washington , 0 3 0
Boston 2 6 0
Callia and Henry; Leonard and
Thomas. Ayers replaced Gallia.
Weilmaa and Sevet'oid: Cicotte and
New ork 3 11 :)
Brook lylt 7 9 0
Tesrcau and Karideu; Smith niiii
Meyers. McCarty replaced Meyers.
Boston 5 11 0
Philadelphia 0 W 1
Hughes and Gowdy; Mayer and
Burns. RUcy replaced Mayer.
Will Be Here Saturday
Miss Priscilla, Webster, representing
tne company ot noted eastern suffrag
ettes who are touring the west, arrived
in the city this morning and was en
tertained at the Commercial club.-
In telling of this tour of the wt,
she explained that the prominent work
ers for suffrage were of no political
party, but wore coining into the vt
to explain the Susan B. Anthony
amendment now before congress.
The party will arrive in Salem Sat
urday evening, April 29, and be taken
direct to the armory, where addresses
will be made by such prominent work
ers as Mrs. O. II. P. Belmont, member
of the national executive committee of
the Congressional I'nion; by the bril
liant New Vork Iwuyer, who. become
famous as Inez Milholland, now Mrs.
noissevniu: bv Harriot .Stanton Hatch.
daughter of Elizabeth Cndy Stanton
I and others who have become famous
I throuuhout the cnunti-v in their u-nrk
for woman suffrage
The women who are in the party
have all been prominent in the social
fw it-ell q tlxi ;,itll,w.t ,,..1 III'., -
Vok rjy -, ,;. ,
i ..." - 1 . 1
resentutives from several of the othe
The train bearing litis party will ar
rive in Salem at 8 o'clock on the even
ing of Saturday, April 29. The ndiUess
cs will be made in the armory.
'' ' , 1 1
HARRY THAW DIVORCED.
Pittsburg, Pa., April 19. Harry IC.
Th.iw was granted a divorce from Eve
lyn Thaw by .fudge .losiuh Cohen to
day. The tlecrc was issued on the re
commendation of Attorney Thomas
Master. The suit, filed several weeks
ago charged infidelify. No defense
Don't Let a Cold
Get a Good Start
Tho way to, check a cold Is to fiffht
it from the tlrst. Even the worst
maladies otton are easily conquered
if attacked early enough. Colds may
lead to asthma, bronchial troubles
and pulmonary affections. In tho
treatment of these ono of tho first
needs Is to build up body resistance.
Kckmati's Vlterative often has as
sisted In such upbiiiltlliiff. As a treat
ment for the troubles named. It has
been used for more than twenty
yeurs. And III many instances it has
effected lasting relief.
As with- any other imcdlclne, , It
should bo regarded only as a first aid
to right care and hygienic living i
and a safo one. For It contains no
narcotics, opiates or hablt-forr.iina
tlruprs of any sorf.
At your druRfflst's,
Uckman Laboratory, Philadelphia.
Until Further Notice
Xo. !l sack white cornmeal 30e
N'o. 0 yellow cornmeal nOc
Five ioiinds box Macaroni ....3(lc
N'o. I) ('renin Cereal 30c
No. !l sin k Graham 30c
No. !! sack Pancake Flour 30c
No. !l Self Rising Flour 30c
Five pounds best cream rolled
Large package Liberty oats 30c
Large pkg. Liberty wheat 30c
.'I cans Lihhy'g Solid Pack
Tomatoes . 2-"e
Creamery Hutter, pound . 3.1c
3 i n us choice Iowa Corn 3c
Free Delivery. Phone 1617.
R. N. MORRIS
MODERN' 5-ROOM HOUSE Furnr.ih
ed, for rent, tr,. phone 1737 W tf
FOR RENT Nicely furnished house
keeping rooms reasonable. 853 North
Commercial street. tf
FOR IfKNT Furnished or unfurnished
." room strictly modern house. Cull
lit :i!W Mission. Phone 17.I7W. tf
Try Capital Journal Want Ads.
ii Classified Advertising Page
I THE MARKETS . t
The following prices for fruits
and vegetables are those asked by
the wholesalor of the retailer, and
not what is paid to the producer.
All other prices 'are those paid the
producer. Corrections are made
T hestory in today's market of more
than average interest is the Advance in
tne retail price ot sugar. Ten cents a
numired was tacked on to the retail
0lPril'e - following the advance of the re
fineries and the general opinion is that
I no one should be alarmed if another ad
vance is announced. Tito market is
The vegetable market shows several
changes. Potatoes are now quoted at'
$1.2.-1 and $l.."i0; new potatoes are downj
to 7 cents a pound, and green peppers!
h.ive advanced to 2"i cents. i
Kggs, retail, are now 23 cents, twol
dozen for -to cents. Storage operators
rigure on nigii prices next In as oulv
about 40 per cent as many have been
stored this year compared to one year
ago. Storage operators in Portland
p.nd on an average of 20 and 21 cents.
compared to 18 and 19 cents one year
Hay, timothy, per ton 17 Oi
Oats, vetch $15.00
Clover hay ......
' 3i(7( 3He
Cracked corn ....
Shorts, per ton
Creamery buttor, per pound
Eggs and Poultry.
Kggs. case count, cash
Roosters, old, per pound
Broilers, under - pounds
Fork, Veal and Mutton.
'eul dressed 1) & 10c
Pork, dressed 10 1-2(3 lie
Pork, on foot 8(5)8',,
Spring lambs, 1910 (n 10c
Steers .,. C7c
uows 4(?i.5 l-2c
Bulla 3c3 l-2c
Lambs, grain fed, yearlings
Cabbage '. .M.iiO
Tomatoes, Florida and Cuban . . . . $4.0f
String garlic 15c
I'olaloes, -cwt. LLTiffi l.-"0
Potatoes, new 7c
Broccoli , 7-ic
Green onions 40c
(ireen peppers 21c
Green peas 7c
Egg plant 18c
.. $1.75(0 2.00
mdes, Hood River ......
Lemons, per box
California grape fruit ,
Florida grape fruit
SI rn wherries '.
Kggs, per dozen, fresh raiic.
Flour, hard wheat
Flour, valley $1.30
Portland, Ore., April 111. Wheat:
liluestcni. iM.OIlfo l.fl.l.
Red 'Russian, 8!(ii !..
Outs: No. 1 wlme feed. V.'.'iro
Harlev: Feed, $20.00,
Hogs! Best live, .!.00.
Prime steers, $11.00.
Fancy cows, $7.75.
Spring lambs, $IO.OOro I LOO.
Biiller: City creamery. 3e.
Count rv butter, ,'IOfii 3Ie.
Eggs: 'Selected local ex., 21 1-2(o22c.
Hens, 17(o 17 I 2c.
Broilers, ilflo 33e.
tleese. 1 11(7 1 le.
DR. O. L. RCOTT-Graduhte of Chiro
practic's Fountuin Head, Daveuport,
Iowa. If you have trit'd everything
and have got no relief, try Chiropruc
tie spinal adjustments and get well
Office 400-7-8 U. ft. National Bank
Building. Phono Main 87. Residence
CLEANERS AND DYERS
APPAREL 8ERVICE COMPANY
138 Houth High street. Wo clean,
press, repair, remodel and re-line
slothing and furs. Careful attention
rivcn all work. We call and deliver.
DR. O. A. OLSON, Dentit Adminis
ters nitrous ozid and ogygen gas.
Room 214, Masonic Temple. Phone
40. Snlcni, Oregon.
I'OCN'I) A purse on tho Paeillc. high
way near Hie Salem Heights school
house. Owner may have same by
ilescrihinv the property and paying
for this ad.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
Salem Electric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High , Main 1800
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING
T. M. Barr, 1G4 South Commercial street Main 193
TRANSFER AND DRATAGB
Salem Track ft Dray Co., corner State and Front streets Mala 74
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 PHARMACY, formerly Poole's Drug Store
FOB SALE Choice acclimated seed
corn, grown by H. D. I.andon, Salem
.rence Works, back of Chicago store.
FOK EXCHANG K We have a fine ten
acre home near Weiser, Idaho, to ex
change for a grocery or hardware!
store, or home in or near Salem. The
Square Deal Kealty ( o., 202 - V. 0
liailk tlldg. tf .
FOUR VALLEY FARMS For sale by
owner on county road and railroad.
60 to 200 acres each, good buildings,
good soil, ill under cultivation, close
to scaooi, prices reasonable, nail
cash, balance time at.C per cent or
modern income bearing city property.
P. O. Box 246 Salem. tf
MONEY TO LOAN Seven per cent,
any amount on improved farm prop
erty. Address Box 441, Salem. Or. tf
WE WILL PAV 15c for hens, 19c for
eggs in tent just south Cnerrv City
Cafe, ilso hogs and veal. Lindley &
Gholson, Salem. AprlO
CNLIMITKD AMOl'XT Ot money to
loin on choice Willamette valley
farms, at reasonable rates. Address
J-75 care Journal. Apr20
REDUCED FREIGHT RATE& To and
from all points east, 00 all household
goods, pianos, etc. , Consolidated
tarload service. Capital City Trans
fer company, agents for Tacifis
Const Forwarding company, 101 South
Commercial Btreet. Phone Mnin 933.
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos,
proprietor. Garbngo 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 WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets.
For wator service apply at office.
Bills payable monthly in advance.
WEBB & CLOUGH CO. C. B. Webb,
A. M. Clough morticians and funeral
directors. Lntest modern method?
known to tho profession employed
49D Court street. Main 120, Main 988
BIGDON-RICIIARDSON CO. Funeral
directors and undertakers, 232 North
High street. Day and night phont
DRS. B. H. WHITE and R, W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduates of Amer
ican School of Osteopathy, Kirks
ville, Mo. Post graduato and special
ized in nerve diseases at Los Angoloi
ollege. Trent acute and chronic dis
eases. Consultation free. Lady at
tendant. Office 503-508 TJ. S. Na
tional Bank Building. Phone 859.
Residence 310 North Cupital street
A. O. U. W. Protoction Lodge, No. 2,
Moots every Monday evening at 8
in tho McCornack hull, corner Court
and Liberty streets, R. O. Donaldson,
M. W.j S. A. McFadden, recorder;
A. L. Brown, financier.
SALEM LODGE No. 4, A. F. A. M.
Statod communications first Friday
in each month at 7:30 p, in. in the
Masonic Temple. Chas. McCartor,
W. M.; S. Z.vCulver, 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 Templo. Ifal V. Bolam, W.
M.; Ernest II. Choate, secretary.
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. I).
Kecler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson,
secretary. All canes of cruelty or
neglect of dumb animals should be
reported to the secretary for investi
gation. 8, N. OF A. "Oregon Ornpe Camp,"
m No. 1300, meets every Thursday ev
ening in McCornack building, Court
and Liberty streets; elevator. Mrs.
Sylvia Schaupp, 1791 Market, oracle;
Airs. Melissa Persons, recorder, 1290
North Commercial. Phone 1430 M.
CENTRAL LODGE, No. 18, K. of P.
McCornack building. Tuesday even
ing of each week at 7:30. J. O.
Holtzpl, C. C.j W. B. Gilson, K. of R,
LODGE DIRECTORY Continued..
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Oregon Cedar Camp, No. 5246,
meets every Thursday evening at 8
o'clock in McCornack hall, corner
Court and Liberty streets. Elevator
service. Geo. Beinohl, V. C; J, A.
CHADWCK CHAPTER, No. 37, O. JE.
S.-Rcgular meeting every first and
third Tnesdnv nt ft n m t h Ma.
Regular meeting every first and
third Tuesday at 8 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 ia
McCornack block, B. W. Hacey,
C. C.; L. S. Geer, clerk, 507 Court
Btreet. Phone S93.
DE MOLAY COMMANDER Y, No. 5,
K. T. Rogular 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 second Friday in each month at
8 p. m., in the Masonic Temple. Bay
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.; C. Z. Randall, secretary,
Salem Bank of Commerce.
HODHON COUNCIL, No. 1, R. ft 8. M.
State assembly first Monday ia
each month, Masonic Temple. N. P.
Rasmusscn, Thrice Illustrious Mas
ter; Glenn 0. Niles. recorder.
WANTED Partner either silent of
nctivo for a good steady, paying,
legitimate business in good live town;
110 humbug in this, reference fur
nished and expected, About $300 re
quired. R. S. G., care Journal. Aprl9
General Feed ana
Small Livery Stable,
' C. W. TRAIN
864 Farry. Phone 28S
I SALEM FENCE ad
E. B. FLEMING, Pro.
t Deuot American Fence
Gates, Plain and Barbed Wlr.
Paints, Oils and VarnlsliM.
Kooflng, Posts, Hop Hookj.
40 Years Elakinu Stoves
ttoTss rebuilt and repaired.
Stores bought ftnd sold.
ISO Court Itraet. Phone 121
Bck of Chicago Itor.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Good Real Estate Security.
Til 03. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bosh Bank, Salem, Oi
MONEY TO LOAN 7
ON GOOD REAL ESTATE SEOTTkUTT
HOMER IL SMITH
L. M. HUM
YICK SO TONG
Chinese Medicine and
Has medicine which
will cure, any known
153 South High Street,
Salem, Ore. Phone 283.