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111!. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practio's Fountain Hiul, Davenport,
Iowa. If you have tried everything
nml got no relief, try Chiroprac
tic spinal adjustments and get well.
Office 4IM-7-S V. S. Xational Hank
1 tu i ! 1 1 i 11 Phone Main ST. Kesidenee
CLEANERS AND DYERS
APPAREL SKRVHT COMPANY
108 South High street. We clean
press, repair, remodel nml re-line
clothing and furs. Careful attention
given ill work. We call and deliver.
Dti. O. A. OLSON", Dentist Adminis
ters nitrous oid and oxygen gas.
Room 21 4. Masonic .Temple, Phone
440. Salem. Oregon
A. O. IV W. Protection Lodge. No. 2.
Meets every Monday evening at S In the
RU-Cornnck hall, corner Couiit and Liberty
streets. It. (. lionnliNon, M. V. : S. A.
Mcl-'nddcn, recorder ; A. I.. Ilrown.
kau:.m i.ciiMii: xo. 4. a. f. . a. m
. stated coniiuuniciitious llrst Friday In
ciieli nioutti at 7 ::m p. m. In the Masonic
Temple. Chns. McCarier. W. ,JJ. ; S. Z.
Culver, secrelury, . ',,
SAI.KM HCMANP SOCIETY D. P. Keeler.
president: .Mrs. Lou-THIson. secretary. All
. tases of cruelty, or neglect of ilumb'-nnl-ranis
should lie reported le-ilte si-etvlar?
for investigation. i .
CKSTRAt. T.OTifin.VXo. 18. K, of P. Mc
cormick biitlilltipT- Tuesday evening of
each week at 7 :".. J. (1. Ilelf.el, I . C
V. It. (lllson, K. of It. and s. .'
It. N. fir A. "Oregon Crape Cainp." Xo.
I.'ltl'i, meets every Thursday evenlii! in
McCorunck building. Court ami Liberty
streets: elevator. Mrs. Sylvia S,-bnupi.
17111 .Market, oracle: Mrs. Melissa I'er
. sons, recorder. 121HJ Xonh I'omniercial.
MOIIIvliN WOODVIKN OF AMKUK'A Ore
jion redar Camp, No. i24il, meets every
Thursday evening ,nr 8 o'clock in Me
fornaeU hull, corner Court nad Liberty
Ktieets. Llevalor service, l,eu. ICciuohl
V. C. ; J. A. Wright, clerk.
CIIAHWICK CIIAPTKIS. Xo. .17. (1. K. S
licubir incline every first and third
Tuesduv at 8 p. in. iu the Masonic Tem
ple. Minnie Mueller. W. M. ; Ma M.
WOOPMKN Ol'' THi: WOlil.n Meet every
1'rldav night nt 8 o'clock iu M.i'ornaik
hlo' k. It. W. Mni cv. v. '. : 1.. S. I
clet'k. 507 Court street, l'houe fi!i.'t.
Ill' MOI.AY CfiMMAXnmtY. Xo. .". IC. T.
Itcgular conclave fourili Friday Iu each
inontll lit 8 o'clock, p in., in M:isollie Tem
ple. Sojourning Sir Knights are courte
ously Invited to ni-'et Willi us Lot L.
Venrce. K ('., Frank Turner, recorder,
MI'l.TXOMAU ItOYAI. AISI'II CHAffF.!!.
No. 1. II. A. M. Hesular meeilng second
Friday Iu eacli month at 8 p. in.. In the
Masonic Temple. Kay F. Ith-uardsoti, Fx.
High Priest: llussell if. P.rooks, secretary.
PNITF.I) Alti'ISANS tapitnl Assembly.
No. 84. meets everv Wednesday at n p. ni.
in Moose hall. C. O. Mailock. M. A.:
r. ,. lUndull, secretary, Salem liank of
noiisox ('(ir xi iL. xo. 1. n. & s m
stated assembly llrst Monday In each
month. Masonic Temple. X. I Itasruus.
sen. Thrice Illustrious Master; (llenu C.
KEDITED I'ltinCIIT RATES To mid
from all points east; oi. all household
goods, pianos, etc. Consolidated car
load service. Capital City Transfer
Company, .agents for Pacific Coast
Forwarding company, Pil South Coin
inercinl street. Phone Main !:!:!.
MOPF.RN 5-ltOOM HOI'SE Furnish
ed, fornt. .!. Phone 1737-W. tf
FOR R-:XT -Nicely furni-lied house
keeping rooms reasonable. yVi North
Commercial street. tf
FINE 6 room flat for rent, modern, j
Furnished of unfurnished. Ihi-I X. 1
l.iliertv St. plume 1:11. tf'
fclKALS l"ii nn.l up. Iloti-al.es urj
mush anil milk free with till break-j
fast orders. Soup, bread mid butter
2 vegetables and pie. ten. coffee or;
milk .iihl 1 kind of meat for lie: 2j
kinds of loeaf for 2.V. Short orders'
nny time nf day. S-otts 1"!' S. Com-I
tnercial St. I
HALRM St A VI:NC.I:R Charles Soos. I
proprietor. Citrbuge and refue of all ,
kinds rentove.l on monthly contractu!
nt rcasoniiliie rates. Yard and cess
Irfiols cleaned. Office phone Main
iLLlT. Retldeme M tin '2-7-.
BOOB," as a Book
TOR SALE White Leghorn baby chix
$10.00 per hundred. Call or write W.
R. Baker, Rt. 0, Salem. mayll
FOR SALE i room bungalow, $1000,
. l"i down, 15 month, at U per cent
interest, garden planted. Call 7!G
North J4th St. . mayll
FOR SALE 50 or. 100 acres river bot
tom land, high building ground, on
Oregon Electric, 9 miles north of Al
bany, near school and store. Terms
will take someS property iu trade. K.
Anderson, Talbot, O. ' niayL'S
FOR SALE Five acres with buildings
lor tne price or me lanu, wunour
buildings. We also have a 0 ncre
tract with buildings to sell. Will
take part pav In Salem city proper
ty. Stpiare Deal Realtv Co'., 02 V.
S. Hunk Bldg. Phone 470. tf
POl.'R VALLF.i' FARMS For sale by
owner on county road and railroad.
00 to 200 acres each, good buildings,
good soil, all tinder cultivation, close
to scrool, prices reasonable, half
cash, balance time at (i per rent or
modern income bearing city property.
1'. O. ftov 24H. Snlem. tf
WEBB & PLOUGH CO 0. B. Webb,
A. M., I longii mortici.ms and tunerni
directors. Latest modern methods
known to the profession employed
4di Court St. Maiu 120. Main !SSS,
RKIDOX-RrCIlARP.sON' CO. Funeral
directors and Undertakers, 2"ii North
High street. Pav and night phone
SALEM WATKR OmiPAXY: Office
curlier Commercial fuul Trade streets.
For water service apply at office.
Pills payable monthly in advance.
Notice of Improvement of Commercial
XoiieeTs hereby givan that the Com-
m.i.i I'limi.:! ,l.t,Ml,tf it- AYIieiliettt n.1 to
do, and hereby declares its purpose and I
intention 10 lll.proe l.uillllivrciui Bum
between the north line of Mission
street and the south City limits at the
expense of the abutting and adjieent
property, by grading, curbin, and pav
ing .viiil portion of said street witli a
two-inch iiituininoiis Concrete wearing
surface iaid en a redress of the present
Macadam foundation, ia accordance
with the plans, specific itions and esti
mates for the improvement of Commer
cial stteet I etween the north fine of
. Miasi-m vtrrct ami the south C'itv lim
its, adopted bv the Common Council
on the 1st day" of May, HUG, and now
on file in the office of the City Record
er, w li lei lor greater certainty uuu,
convenience are hereby referred to nndj
made a part of this notice; beiu thatj
character or kind of improvement
known and designated in the said;
plans and specifications and estimates :
as Xo. 7, a redressed Macadam base,
and a .2-i'neh wearing surface.
The Common Council hereby declares
its purpose and intention to maiio ine
said above ilesoribeii improvement by
and through the Street Improvement
Department of the City.
liv order of the Common Council,
('has. F. Elgin. City Recorder.
Dated this 4th dnr of May, 1016.
i General Feed ani
1 1 1
Small Livery Stable
C. W. TRAIN
254 Ferry. Phone 28t
Try Capital Journal Want Ads.
SALEM FENCE ani
t. B. FLEMING, Prop.
Depot American Fenca
Oataa, Plain and Barbed Wire.
Paints, Oils and Varnish ea,
Xooflng, Pott, Hop Booki.
40 Years Making StOY3
BtoTM rebuilt and repalrad.
BtoTea bought and sold.
ISO Court gtret. Phone 114
Back of Chlcafo itora.
C- V 1 . II !U a
THE DAILY CAPITAL J0T RNAL, SALEM, OREttP' WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1916.
l THE MARKETS I
The following prices for fruits
and vegetables are thoBe 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
The wheat market is strong in Chi
cago, on account of unseasonable rains,
but this of course has nothing to do
with the local quotations, at least for
the present. Other grains and mill
food stuffs are steady.
Fggs seem to hotu at the 20 cent
price, as the Portland and Seattle prices
have not changed for several weeks.
Cucumbers are iu the market at 00
cents ami California cherries at $1.75 a
crate. . -
Oats, vMch $17.0017.50
Cracked corn ... , ........
Bran . ,
Shorts, per ton .........,.....
i .. Butter.
Creamery butter, per pound ,...29e
Country 'butter ., 20c22c
Eggs and Poultry.
F.ggs, case count, cash
Hens, pound -5c
RooBters, old) per pound ...... .!)(5)10c
Broilers, uuder 2 pounds ...... 22(i25c
Pork, Veal and Mutton.
Pork, on foot ;
Spring lambs, 1916
.' 45 1-2'c
. 3 l-24c
Tomatoes, Florida an.d Cuban
, ... $1.00
Lemons, per box
Apples, Hood River ....
California grape fruit .
Florida grape fruit
( Denies, box
Ecus, per dozen, fresh ranch 2."c
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Oood Real Estate Security,
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd ft Bash. Bank, Balem, OregM
MONEY TO LOAN V9
ON GOOD SEAL ESTATE BEOUBIT1
HOMER H. 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.
(HAVE: Voo fis BUDfM KipHMC f Nopfc I If CHARUES DCCEn! ' - . v FP a IF Y0Or Ceo irtEPTTttfM
Sugar, cane .$8.75
Sugar, beet $8.55
Creamery butter - 35c
Flour, hard wheat $1.00(51.70
Flour, valley $1.30(ul.25
Portland, Ore., May 10. Wheat:
Fortyfold, 94(3 98c.
Red Russian, k)(fj9(e.
Oats: No. 1 white feed, $20.75
Bailey: Feed, '$27.00(3 29.00.
Hogs: Best live, $9.1 Ofit 9.25. '
Prime steers, $9'.()0jt9.05.
Fancy cows, $7.25.
Olives, $8.00. '
Spring lambs,' llO.Wra 10.25.
Butter: City creamery, 29c.
Country butter, '26 l-2e.
Eggs: Selected' local ex., 21 l-2
Broilers, 32(7? 35c.
e In Session
at Grants Pass
Grants Pass, Ore:, May 10. The for
ty-third annual convention of the state
Orange of Oregon' convened in Grants
Pass yesterday with between 400 and
50(1 delegates in attendance, this being
the first time tli(!'tate convention has
met in a southern 'Oregmi city.
A huge welcome sign ' greeted, the
delegates upon e'lyt ranee to . the city,
while the streets were gaily decorated
with bunting in the grange colors and
American 'flags. Tho slate officials
and committee nien ' arrived' Monday,
but the great buk of the delegates
came in On train No. 54 last night and
were - cntertainetl by the .Conicmrcial
The morning's session was largely
given over to the report of the creden
tials committee, while' the standing
state committees reported this after
noon. Owing to inclement weather the ban
quet for Inst night, to have been at the
city park, wns taken to Dreamland
rink. Toasts by prominent grangers,
responded 'to by tho city officials of
Grants Pass, were the order of the
evening. Perhaps tne most interest
ing delegates attending the banquet lust
night were Cyrus W. Walker, uncle lf
Mrs. H. L. Oilkey, of this city. Mr.
Walker is the oldest living white man
born iu Hie territory west of the Rocky
mountains and north of California. He
is a delegate from Albany, Ore.
A large number or fleiegates arriv
ing in tho 'city.' but failing to be
accredited, were 15 carloads' of irvnsies.
They were' pursued and overtaken in
this city by officers from Jackson coun
ty, where they Were wanted for roll-
berv. ... . .
Three of the women wpre held in the
county jail -here. The. remainder, fail
ing to be 'entertained by the Commer
cial club, departed for Roseburg. They
are reported to have a kidnaped while
child in their possession.
Following is a list or the officers of
the State Grange: ,
Master, C. K. Npencc, Oregon Citv
overseer, C. D. Huffman, La Grnndo;
chaplain, Cyrus Walker. Allianv; lee
hirer, Mrs. Minnie V.. Bond, Eugene;
steward, M. P. Yumg, Cluckanms; as
sistant steward. Charles Haves, Slier
wood; lady steward, Mrs. K. R. Allen.
Tangent; secretary, Alary S. Howard,
Mulino; treasurer," H. Hershlierg. Inde
pendence; assistant treasurer, Charles
Dickinson, Oswego; gate keeper.' C. , C.
Borland, Oregon Citv; Pomona, Mrs. 1".
D. Mihells, Grants Pass; trustees. C. E,
Spenre, Oregon City; B. (i, Leedy, Cor
vallis; C. L. Shaw, Albany; nonuiu's
work committee, Mrs. Florence Picking'
son, Oswego: Mrs. Lulu Miller, Albany;.
Mrs. E. E. Blnnrhnrd, Grants Pass.
Eig Blue River Mine
Will Be Re-opened
The sale of an interest in the Lucky
Boy mine near Blue liiver, east of Eu
gene, which lias been under negotiation
for a long time, lias finally been con
summated and the announcement is
made that the famous old mine will be
in operation again within a flhort time,
after an idleness of several years' nm
tion. It is said that the half interest
in the property sold for $IOii,ui)fl and
that the group of Portland capitalists
who hnve held tjic. property for the last
four yi-nrs will continue in possession
of a full half interest.
Several Seattle Hud Canadian invest
ors have acquired the other one half
and propose to begin immediately to de
velop the mine extensively. In ad-bV.
tion to paying tlliil.tMK) for a half nf the
stock they have agreed to invest an
Prices Going Higher
Advances Are Sharp
Buyers of tin ware, aluminum w';,
brass ware, articles made of zinc, Iron
and other metals nr surprised at the
sharp advance in these goods lately, but
it is no fault of tho local dealers. Or
ders for war material for export stipu
late thai deliveries shall continue until
a specified time, whether war ceases
or not, and so long as American mills
can get their fill of profit export busi
ness, domestic orders, will suffer, hence
tho high price of this material.
Some of tho dealers , are unable to
purchase goods in ninny lines owing to
the fact that tho plant's that usually
turn out these small articles arc busy
filling war orders. One Eugene mer
chant submits a tablo of increases In
price, per 100 pounds on certain goods
'within a period of two years as fol-1
Pig tin '..$33.00
Tin plate 3.30
Pig iron 14.00
Spelter .......... 4.85
Sheet aluminum .. 17.25
April 5, Tne. !
$52.00 08 1
4.50 37 1
.'14.50 87 !
40.00 18 I
Sheet copper 18.5(1
Sheet brass ......
Sheet zinc, . .. . .1. . 7.00
Antimonv ........ 5.50
45.00 719 i
There is no improvement in tne uye
situation, imported dyes being prac-1
ticnlly out ot the market, llie Amer
ican dyes arc inferior in quality and
the supply is very inadequate.
The paper market is iu a panic, This
country imports so largo a share of its
sulphite and soda slock that the cut
ting off of the European supply means
there is -not 'enough to go around. The
shortage of dyes, mid chemicals is- a
great -embarrassment' to -paper .makers.
Many grades of paper cost today dou
ble what they did a year ugo.
additional 25,00l) in improvements.
.Contracts, have liecu let fur. driving
maW -tunnel "oii the property a' dis
tmicc,' of IU feet. It now is 800 -feet
long.- A crew of men will leave Eu
jgeno tomorrow morning to undertake
this" work. Eugene Register. ' ' .
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Silverlon, Ore., May 10. Dr. pottit
found his horse that was stolen from
the livery bam at Molnlla, in Albany.
The thieves had sold the animal to par
ties at Albany and with the buggy mid
harness left for parts unknown. .The
officers ore still looking for the men
who are said to bo part Mexican;
Mrs. S. I-). Strand, who has been so
very ill for several months, passed
a way tit hrt homfc east of this city on
Thursdav. The familv came here from
North Dakota and intended to make
this thuir home. The body was shipped
j to the old home at Ellr-ndnle, North Da
kota, and waV accompanied by Mr.
Strand and the tv.p younger children,
Willie iiinl Dorris, tho other daughter.,
Cora, will stay with relatives here until
school is out. -Mr. Strand is a brother
of Mrs. O. A. unit Mrs. K. A. Lpe, of
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Preston are nicely
located in the building recently vacated
bv the bakerv and held nn opening at
"The Shop" (itr 'Saturday. There wns
a crowded store from curly. morning tnu
late at night and every one who came
was treated to a delicious glass of
punch. The Misses Blanche Stevenson
mid Vcneta Moores presided nf tho
punch bowl, while the clerks, Mrs. Wil
inms. Mrs. Moores, Mr. and Mrs. Pres
ton, displayed' the bettuutul articles and
many anion were minlo or tnese tastetul
Iv fashioned pieces of handiwork.
" Wm, Whitlock, brothcy of the Whit
lock boy's, of this oilv, dicll at his Ironic
nt Klamath Falls, April 2:i, BUfi. Mr.
Whitlock was well known to Silverton
people, having been born on the old
Whitlock farm near this city on August
2(1, 8."i7. His death as caused by a
cancer of the stomach. II- has been a
resident of -Klamath Fulls since 11114
u nd is survived by his wife und one
son. Two Of. the brothers from here at
tended the funeral which was held from
the home Wednesday, April 20.
I-on Bovscr and little koiis left for
their homj in Michigan, Munday., Mr.
Bowser was called here by the death of
his wife, which occurred nt the home of
her parents at Hoseburg, on Mondav,
Mrs. G. A. Webb entertained the Wo
men's Home Missionary society at her
home on east hill Inst Tuesday ufter
noon. The attendance was small but the
meeting was very interesting nud n uiee
program was given, A delicious lunch
was served by tlu- hostess nil. I a pleas
ant afternoon passed.
I van Linscott has returned from
Portland where he bus been staying
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
Salem Electric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High lUin 1200
PLUMBING, BTEAM FITTING AND TINNING
T. M. Barr, 164 South Commercial street Mali 193
TRANSFER AND DRATAGE
Salem' Track & Dray Co., corner titate and Front streets Mala 71
Try This on Your Eczema
If you are afflicted with Salt Rheum, Tetter,
dry Eczema, Acne or Pimples, buy a jar of Dry
Zensal. For that watery eruption, or Weeping
Skin, use Moist Zensal, 50c the jar.
CENTRAL PHARMACY, formerly Poole's Drug Store
IsdlT IIKKN PACIFIC.
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with his sister the past two months.
Mr. add .Mrs. Hd DeSpain of Palmer,
Oregon, und Air. .ind Mrs. Shepherd
of Uuliliiird were in th city Monday
and visited lit the (4uorg DeSpain
home in, cast Silverton.
Grandma Cobb wns pleasantly siir
Mrs. Ilarrv lies itt. returned Friday
from Sioux Citv, lowu. where sh was
called by the illness of her mother.
Mrs. V. ;urgeroii hus been suffering
with a ve ryvmre eye tiie past few days.
It is on the order of the pink eye, and
causes much lieadachu and severe pain.
Hev. .1. II. Irvine was at Snlem Mon
dav to attend meeting of the minis
ters of that place. From there he went
to Portland and returned home Wed
Mr. and Mrs. fl. B. Bentson with n
party of friends were taking iu the
sinhts nt the capital city on Wednes
day evening of this week.
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WILLAMKTTK IlIVKIt Kfll'TK
fnep.n I'llv Transporlatlon Company
Leave t'ortlutid f-ir (ireu.m fliy. Ituttevill,
Newlicrit. Mission (Si. l'aul), Wlieatlaml.
Salem (dully except Sunday) ..fl:4f. a. lib
Leu f Portland for Independence.
Allniiiy -Corvallls, (Tiles., '1'liurs., Sat.)
, 0 :45 a. ra.
Corvallls (I a- in. Mon., Weil., rL
Albany 7 a. in. Mon., Wed., 'rt.
Indepellileni-e till.. Ill Mon., Wed., KrU
Sulem 10 n. 111. Moll.. Well., Frl.
Salem ! 11. m. l ues., Thurs., Sat.
Denver Grows Weary of
Denver, Colo., May 10. The comm'm
ulon form .f uoveriiineut. which hat
' been iu force here for three years i
decisively overthrown today Dy rue vot
ers and Robert W. Speer has been elect
ed mayor for the third time.
He served two previous terms in that
office before the city adopted the coin
mission form of government.
The eouncilmuiiie form of government
was restored in its emrrety by a heavy
vote. Speer was put into office ou hi
own charter, making him all powerful.
His majority was ,000. W. W. Booth
was the opposition candidate.
Let the Capital Journal New Todaf
Column put your dollars oa the right,