eight THE DATLY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1916. A A A A A A A 4 4 A iiiAiiiiAiiiiAAiAi tTTTTTT "tt TttTttTTTTtTTTTttI Tennis MARKERS BALLS . SHOES You will be surprised at the stock in our new store. . I WE RESTRING RACKETS Twenty-four hour service, and every Racket guaranteed SATURAY, JUNE 3rd, IS A SPECIAL DAY GUMS AND AMMUNITION' i 126 SOUTH COMMERCIAL STREET Dr. Steiner Will Be Able to Return 40,000 to State Asylum Fund Reductions made by Dr. l!. E. Lee Steiner, superintendent of the insane asylum, in the per capita cost, and nl ho in the population n.rough deporta tions, will enable hi 111 nt the end of me liiciiiiiim to return to the state treas ury Approximately $-10,001) of the maintenance Appropriation for iiie in nt i tut ion. Heretofore the per capita eost has linen $1M0 n year .or each inmate, while for this hicniium it will lie ap proximately $103. Increases in the pmdiictivencss of the asylum farm, ami savings effected through the rais ing of livestock nnit poultry for the institution are responsible for the de creased eost. Under the law the state board of control is authorized to de port patients who nre not citizen of Oregon, and Dr. Moinor lias mule de portations whenever possible. This institution will be the only one nblo to return a part of its appropria tion. At least three, the peaitentiury, the reform school, and the tuberculosis sanitarium, will find themselves con fronted with deficiencies before me eud of the bienuiiin. Increased popu lations nre responsible for u failure rf their appropriations to carry them through the .wo year period MOUNT ANGEL PRIEST DIES The denth of lcv. ,T. ,T. O'lieardon,! faculty member of Mount Angel Col lege, occurred nt St. Vincent's llospit l on' Thursday night, following an operation. Father O'Mourdoii was born in Ireland, but for more than HO years hud been a resident of America. As n missionary in Australia he spent a number of his younger years, Inter serving ns editor of the Catholic Sen tinel, lie is survived by n brothel, who is a canon of the Catholic church in Ireland. On Hiuulav or Miindav funeral serv-lwere Mrs. .1. 1.. llipke, Mrs. rrcd or ices will be held from the Mount Angel ! K"n. Mrs. S. A. Miller, Mrs. A. D. Yer- Monastery. Oregoninti. Salem Heights iCnpital Journal Special Service.) Salem Heights, May 27. Mr. nnd Mrs. Pratt, of Tnconia, Wash., were over-Sunday visitors at the V. L, Pray liome. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur 'Thompson "of Stockton, California, were visitors at the home of Den Morris' one day last week. Den Sawyer, Ralph Cordon nnd Don Willson lire nt l.ntourelle Fulls. Mrs. McColbim entertained at din iter Sunday. Covers were laid for Mr. iiii.I Mrs. Kightlinger and daughter, Mary Elizabeth, Mrs. Billings, Miss Me Attains, Mr. W. F. MeAdtuns, Mr. John Vlirich and daughter, Mnxino. Mrs. Scott chaperoned n slumber party nt Mrs. I. Halls, last Friday night. It as Mrs. Scotls Sunday Ni hool class. We are proud to say that there will lie five of the Salem Heights young itcoiiln whs. will urnduate from the llieh school this venr. Thev nre the ! Mioses Minnie Sprngue, Olgn Wickberg, Eddie Compton, Gail Smith and Mr. Fred Sprnngcr. Mrs. I. A. McClain 1ms as l.er guest her aister, Mrs. Mason of California. n- t.... .. :ii i...i Jaud Sunday morning, where .he will; spend week or two with some friends. Mr. nnd Mrs. r. A. Thompson enter fained Mr. and Mm. F. Remington at dinner Friday, ' The Ladies Aid Society met at. the home of Mrs. I. A. Thompson Inst Snilthsoi i, representi ng Oregon, won ,W ednesday. A very pleasant after-firilt )hll,e in ,,, Vwi(ia CoRS, Tntf,. noon wttii enjoyed by about fourteen of f,i1sinte orntori.-Al contest hero last Ithe memVcrs. Tuo next meeting will he oy rrl)re9,llta,ive, of ,u, Vnl. with Mrs. Willsou and Mrs. Miller nt ,-ersity of Redlan.ls, Stanford nnd the formeri home. Whitmnn. Cordon Palmer of liedlands Those visiting school Friday wereKnl ncoond Mr. and Mrs. T. Remington, Mrs. Ellen: Mr. Smit'hson's victory makes him Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. F. A.j, representative of tlie colleges of Thompson. Ill,,, Pncific Const nt the national orn- ' The entertainment given Inst niht nt ; torienl mutest a Lexington, Kv., in iho hull, by the school children, wns en-i December. joyed by a very lnrge nudience, I The subjects were: Mr. Siuithsnn, Mr. and Mrs. W. Ui Fountain had ns!" Alcohol nnd National Efficiency"; their guests one day last week Mrs. j (iunloii Pnlnier, Vniversity of Red- Aliep Sutton an tlMrs. Julia ll:uilins : lauds, " Nutionnl Self-Kenlization "; A. and daughter. II!. Drokenshire, Stanford, "The State 1 1 . nnd the l.iipior Traffic", nnd Vernon Beat out of town dance at Turner jltacher, Whitman, "A National Ques- tonight. Salem orchestra. Find floor, tion.'' Rackets NETS TAPE COVERS IN OUR OWN SHOP AURORA NEWS Cone1 Garrett, Otis Nelson, Kmery If owe, Otto Dlossor and Felix Isaac son drove up Silver creek about 15 miles nbove Silverton Sunday on a fishing trip. They brought back a dozen apiece of the finest mountain trout. Franz Iirnxbergor was here re cently from Macksburg. He is en thusiastic over the continued siccess of the Ciinb.v Co-operative Cheese fac tory and believes ninny others will prove equally successful throughout this valley. Mrs. Zella Ilntton, n niece of W. W. Irvin, returned to her home in Se nttle, Kiitunlay, niter visiting her uncle. She was also nt Hulibnrd, where her sister, Mrs. Shaner, has been very ill at the Hubbard hos pital. Mr. ami Mr. O. A. F.hlen, Mrs. P. U. Tucker, and Ed Craves left Monday by auto for Riiieburg to at tend the grand lodge, I. Oi O. F., which convened there Tnesdnv. Otto Krueger and W. C. Kinyon went by train as delegntes from their respec tive lodges at Canbv nnd at Butte ville. Hussell Catlin was here Tuesday from Salem on business, having sold a block of hops to Henry L. Dents. He is not over optimistic concerning the imme diate future of the hop business. The big block of hops shipped to England bv Horst & I.ncliuuinil has practically killed nil London demand, nnd is now regarded ns a huge speculation that has not turned out- well. This, with Vice President Clark's failure to move the 7,000 or 8,000 remaining bales of the association hops is causing considerable anxiety among growers ns to 101(1 prices. Clnrke is still in the east en deavoring to dispose of the balance of the nssocint ion hops. The Women 's club gnve a "500 party at their club room Wednesday afternoon, last week, with eight tables filled. Mrs. George Yergen winuiug the head prize and Mrs. ,T. T.. Hipke, the second. Dainty refreshments were served. Those en hiving the affair K'". " .Miner, .urs a. u. ler- gon, ons. i cier mini, .Mrs. iron, vv . Yergen, Mrs. Otto Blossor, 'Mrs. TIenry I., Dents, Mrs. Fred Norton, Mrs. VV. W. Irvin, Mrs. F. I,. Miller, Mrs. ('has. H. Arnold, Mrs. Ernest Piper, Mrs. Jim. Ogle, Mrs. J. W. Sadler, Mrs. fleo. Elilen, Mrs. Arthur Artus. Mrs. Aurelia Powers, Mrs. H. H. Hurst, Mrs. Guy N. llickok, Mrs. Felix Isaacson, Mrs. O. P. Higginbotham, Mrs. O. O. Morris, Mrs. N. C. Westcott, Mrs. M. E. Phillips, and Misses I.eitn Dents, Noma Yergen, 10 in inn Snyder and l'earl Krntis. One of the most delightful affairs of the week was n pnrty given Sat day evening by Mr. nnd Mrs. Mil bud N. Crissel, nt their beautiful home on the Willamette. The even ing wns speiit at cards, the honors fall ing to Mrs. W. H. Monroe of Portland, anil Dell Yergen of Dutteville. At 11:30 a dainty lunch was served by the hos tess. Those present were: ' M. nnd Mrs. A. A. Crissell and family, Mr. ami Mrs. W. H. Monroe and family, Mrs. C. C. Bobbins of Portland, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Chalupsky, Mr. nnd Mrs. Andy Hastlebnng, .Mr. nuil Mrs. Joseph Thornton. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. D Aden, I Mr- nml Jl" Peters, nnd Miss I 'V,t" Vo'l"t of W'lsonville Mr. and F'ed ergen Mr. ami Mrs. Oeo. on 'r' "' Ir"u (.'1,M!n ,orK"' "r- Mr. and Mrs. M. V Crissell, Noma Yergen, " OREGON ORATOR IS WINNER OF CONTEST ... McMinnville, Or., May -M. C. E Sacred Heart Academy Pre pares Special Program to Honor G. A. R. Sacred Heart Academy received the visiting members of tho Q, A, K. nnd ladies of tho Relief Corns nnd Ladies of the O. A, R. most royally yesterday. Those visiting the academy were: C. A. Houston, John P. Robertson, Mrs. W. O. Ackerniann, Mrs. E. Denui- son, Mrs. Tuwilliger, Mrs. J. J. Nevy ineyer, Mrs. W. M. Short. Program: Flag Drill Physical Culture Class Rending Home Sweet Home Susie Sparrow Piano Solo Valse (.'hroiiiatique Uoilard Eleanor Huckestein Vocal Solo April Morn Putten Mane Campbell I'antoniine America Susie Sparrow The Song My Mother Sings S. 0. M. V ocnl Class Flower Drill Minims Address Hazel I'.lake Revered Members of the O. A. B. ' Fifty odd years is a long space of time over which to look back, nnd when those fifty odd years are tinged with the memories of n long, hard truggle of right against wrong, nnd blighted with the tears uud grids of tour weary years of pain and hardships, they lose their soundness and become as it were a binding of intricate workmanship for the volume of thoso other years. . Those other years filled thtough they are with dismul records of weary night watches nnd deadly fear-filled dnys, they still form a glorious volume. Chapters there are written in blood that spenk only of ilefeaf and hapless ruin; defeat nobly suffered, ruin brave ly fnced. Others, inscribed in the dark ink of doubt and despair speak of smoke-clouded battlefields, loud with shouts of the living nnd groans of the dying; spenk of the glare of the South ern noonday sun nnd the insufferable pangs of thirst; speak of the field of carnage, from which the smoke has not wholly lifted, stretching away and iivvuy in the white light of a frightened moon, while the ghastly forms of the dead cry up (in awful answer to the eternal question, "Am 1 my Iirother's keeper?" One beautiful chapter there is, writ-1 it-u in tiiiit-ii i,-iti-in nun nun 4iii mi gelic quill recording a victory magnani mously won, nnd an offer of friendship graciously accepted; and this chapter it is, upholding the right of the dread ful struggle nnd shedding its redeeming light over the other pnges that makes the volume n glorious one. Truly the five decades that have passed over the heads of the surviving participants of the Civil War are any thing but sordid! How can they be. with a record like that behTTid them And now when Europe is shaken to its very foiiuilat ions by a war fiercer than tho world has ever witnessed, not ex cepting the dread days when the bar barian tribes of Vninlnls and Coths meeting their would be innstiys over- forever the power of Imperial Koine, who are more anxious, than those for the dawn of peace, who hnvo gone through n struggle so similar in aspect, yet so unlike in causef We ourselves unable to hasten that dawn can only pray that the Right will conquer in this war as it did in the one of fifty years ago; and that an era of goodwill jinil brotherly love will be ushered in ns at that time, and that when the wounds of the many nations nre healed and the wrongs forgiven if not forgotten, the veterans of the strug gle will be held in as high esteem ns are you, Revered Members of the G. A. R., by their grateful countrymen. Is there, I wonder, a heart iu nil tho land that does not echo our prayerf This address, read by Hazel Blake, was written by Gertrude Robison, a former student of Sacred Heart Acad emy. Col. Houston made an eloquent re sponse and wns followed by Mr. Robert son who besides speuking read two short poems. FAIRFIELD NOTES. Mrs. I.ouana Brown of Salem vis ited with her brother Jny, Sunday. Mr. and Mis. Herbert Armstrong will move to Portland this week where he expects to be employed. Those visiting Salem Saturday were Ralph DuRette and wife; John lnilah and Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Parker. Mrs. Lathy was the guest of her daughter Mrs. DonDuRetle, the past iveek. Charley Moore had the misfortune last week to fall on the tongue of n rolling harrow and fractured two ribs. Mrs. May Glafke nnd daughter of Portlnnd tried out their new Franklin ear Sunday nnd spent the day nt F. 11. DtiRettes. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. DuRette and dau ghters accompanied l y Mr. and Mr . Harrison Jones and Mr. and Mrs. John I in hili, John Miirthaln und daughter Rita and Melvin Jones, attended in spection day at Corvallis Inst week. Tha new ball ground was dedicated Sunday when Cider Vilyle and Fair- tielit crossed bats, tho score being lb to 4 in favor of the home team. Mr. and Mrs. John lnilah and family motored to Huwells Prairie Sunday. Gervais Star. 317 ACCIDENTS ARE REPORTED TOCOMMISSION During the past week. May 19 to 25, there were reported to the stateiudus trinl accident commission 317 accidents. of which six were fatal. Following are the names of those fatally Injured: I.. C. Staifr, Portland. K, It. operation .Osiiir Monson, Bay City, Logging. Edw. Dixon, Westport, R. K. opera tion. Win. Welch, Portland, window clean ing Wni. Plunrd, Cottage Grove, logging II. E. Moodit), I'ortlaud, housemoviug COURT HOUSE NEWS One first class husband is valued at $23,000 even if he is a bit tempcrmental at times, by Uertrude L. Scott who to day filed a suit for damages against her parents in law, Charles Scott and Lulu Scott for alineatine her husband's af fections. She states in her complaint tnat sue was married to A. Merle Scott in Corvallis in 191,1 and that they basked in wedded bliss until June 14, 1914, when they went for a visit to the home of her husband's parents, the de fendants in the above action, at Scott 'a Mills. There she alleges that they locked her husband in another bedroom. and refused to let him bunk with her all of which caused her physical and mental nnguish which she estimates at $25,000. Charles L. McN'ary and J. Hennessy Murphy are appearing ou be half of the plaintiff. Judge alloway today granted a de cree of divorce to Eli O. Mills from Emily O. Mills. They were married in Marshfield September ?2, 1914, and after a month of matrimonv the bettei hnlf deserted the plaintiff according to the evidence and refused to live with the plaintiff anv longer. Lena Leota Drock'todav filed a suit in the circuit court against the Uir.uan- teo Life Association to collect if'OOO on a life insurance policy. The plaintiff alleges that her husband, Clyde Drock, took out a life insurance policy in the above company July 15, 1915 and paid $54 which was ail that was due on the policy. October 3 of the same year lie died and she alleges that the company refuses to pay the insurance. Charles L. JJcrgevin was appointed by Judge Bushey today ns administiator of the estate of Rosalia Matthieu Ber gevin. who died iu this county March 10, 1910, leaving property valued at less than $500. The heirs are Charles L. Bergevin, the husband of the deceased, and two sons residing in San Francisco, Reuben C. Bergevin and Chester L. Bergevin. Thomas T. Parr was appointed by Jmlge Bushey today as the guardian of the persons and estate of his two daughters, Loda Parr, aged 17 years, and Jewell Parr aged 15 years. Mary L. Boeschen was today appoint ed administratrix of the estate of Arthur C. Boeschen, who died Mirch 12 leaving property in this state valued at $4000. The appraisers are O. K. jur,,' Fargo, Victoria Boeschen and L. A. An inventory and appraisement filed touay in probate court in tlie lnauer or ,1... a.i.lu P V..nn.i'i TV Vfiimlip fin. ' ceased, estimates the value of the real property as $1000 and the personal property of the deceased at $''2,5mii. The appraisers were George Griffith, J. (1. Fontaine and W. L. Jones. Memorial Sermon All Civil and Spanish-American War Veterans, Sous of Veterans, members of the Woman's Relief Corps, the ladies of the Grand Army nnd all other organizations who contemplate attending the memorial services at the Methodist Episcopal church, Sunday .ifteruoon, will please assemble nt the ariuorv nt 2 o'clock to pu.pnre for proceeding to the church m a lioiiv motor tne escort oi i o, m, O. N. (!. Seats will be reserved for all who thus enter the church. A full at tendance of all organi ations is desired the recent disngreeincnt having been duly .uid satisfactorily settled. W. C. Faulkner, Post Commander. 1). Web ster, Adjutant. The Salem Life Underwriters' asso ciation heeld its fourth monthly meet ing this afternoon with a noon luncheon nt the Commercial club. Besides the regular routine business, there was a general discussion as to the officers to be elected nt the next meeting and the appointment of a delegate to attend the national convention to be held a St. Louis nex Aug.ist. , Seattle Exports Are Nearly Million a Day Seattle, Wash., May 27. All records in the export and import district of Washington, were broken during the month of April, according to the report issued today by Roscoe Drumheller, col lector of customs. The total imports for the month were i $14.105,S74 nnd the exKirts $2.i,49.i,3i4. Both these figures nre more than double those of April. 1915. The near est approach to this tremendous busi ness is the record of February, this year, when the imports amounted to $12.575,S70 and the exports $19,353,422. Not only has the foreign trade in creased tremendously, but the exports to Alaska in April were the heaviest in Seattle's history. WOODBURN MEMORIAL. Memorial services will be held at the Woodburu nrmoiv, Sunday, May 2S, nt 2 p. m. Song, "America," led by high school chorus. Prayer, Rev. L. C. Poor. Song by H. S. Octette. Sermon bv Rev. F. E. Prunelle. Song, "Blest be the Tie That Binds," by audience, led by 11. S. choms. Beivfietion, Rev. O. C. Weller. Delegations from the G. A. R., vi R. C, Spanish-American War veterans and other organizations will decorate the graves of dead comrades on the morn ing of May 30. Leaving the armory nt 9 a. in., they -will go to Belle Pnssi cemetery! 'where the fi Rowing pro gram will be carried out: Prayer aim short address on the unknown dead, by Rev. L. C. Poor; ritualistic services by I. I. Stevens Post and Corps at the monument; decorating of graves. In dependent. IVAN THANKS HIS FRIENDS I wish to thank tho voters of Salem and vicinity for the help given me in the primaries. If F am still one of your choice In November I will earnestly try to make good. Ivan G. Martiu. Statement Issued by Dr. Carl Doney Explains Chapel Incident Because strained relations between the Salem post of the G. A. R. and Dr. Carl O. Doney, president of Willam ette university, were threatened as a result of Dr. Doney 's interrupting Judge Daniel Webster inhis remarks before tho students at assembly yes terday morning by asking him to make his announcement of Memorial day ex ercises as brief as possible, Dr. Doney has propared for the Capital Journal a statement with reference to the inci dent. Dr. Donev's statement was sub mitted by him to the officials of Sedgwick post, Ct. A. R., and to other officers of patriotic organizations and was accepted by them as satis factory explanation or. the incident. Dr. Doney is to give the annual Me morial address to the O. A. R. mem bers at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon. His statement follows: "To the Capital Journal: Referring to the incident in the university chapel yesterday, I desire to make the following statement: lirst The custom for the It. a. R. veterans to appear yenrlv before the students was not known to me. Second The senior class had ar ranged, as in former years, to fur nish the program for the last chapel service of the year. "lhird 1 had no knowledge tuat Tiidse Webster was to be present un til I met him in the chapel. There I asked him if he desired to announce the Memorial day exercises, nnd he replied that he did. "Fourth At the proper time he was invited to the platform to give the announcement. After he had spoken four or five niinuts I asked him to mako the announcement as brief as possible in view of the long program of the senior class. "Fifth There was no thought of discourtesy to Captain Webster or to the O. A.'E., and I exceedingly regret that my ignorance of the custom has led me to do anything to suggest that I do not hold in my heart true loyalty to our country nnd to the great men who have made and preserved it to us. "Sixth This explanation was made to a committee of the G. A. R., the Sons ' of eVterans, the Spanish war veterans and Company M, O. X. G., and is satisfactory to them. "Very respectfully, "CAUL G. DOXEY." Judge Webster and Post Com mander W. C. Faulkner made the following statements ' accepting Dr. Donev's explanation: "I have rend Dr. Doney's statement above nnd fully endorse and approve the nctiou of the committee and ac cept said statement as perfectly satis iNt.'tnrir 1 1 mo on vvtft wfrtfr " ,,Aj a memher of ti,e genenii com. niittee, and by authority and in the name of said committee, I approve and accept the statement of Dr. Doney as satisfactory. "W. C. FACLKNER "Post Commander." Attention All Spanish War Veter ans whether a member of n camp or knot are requested to meet at the ar mory Sunday at 2 p. m. to jtlend mem orial services. On decoration day at 10 a. m. for our services at the ceme tery and again at 1 p. m. to form for the parade. Order of Robt. Kunirow, Commander. Willamette Leads In Track Meet Today Willamette Vniversity was walking away with the track meet on Willam ette field this afternoon ami at press time wns leading with 20 points while Pacific had 10 1-2 and McMinnville had won 12 1-2 points. Points were award ed for fourth place in today's meet. The following are tho results: Mile run Ireland Pacific 1st, Chap ler W. U. 2nd, Williams McMinvilJe 3rd, Castile W. I'. 4th. Time 4:.r0. 100 yard dash Ford W. U. 1st, Clrov esnor W. V. 2nd, Lucas Pacific Srd, Smnll W. I.'. 4th. Time 10 seconds. Shot put Pacific 1st, McMinnville 2nd, W. I, third, McMinnville fourth. Distance 34 foot. 1-2 inch. Pole vault Bagley W. V. and Cul ver McMinnville, tied for first place, and Curl McMinnville, and Jones Pa cific, tied for second. Distance 10 feet 4 inches. Discus Bagley, W. V. 1st, Lucas Pa cific 2nd, Brown W. V. 3rd; Bueer.nan McMinnville 4th. Distance 102 feet 7 inches. Beautiful Mount Crest Abbey Moso leum will be open to visitors, Sunday, Mondiy and Tuesday, May 2S, 29. 30 from 9 n. m. tQ 5 p. m. All are invited to visit it during this memorial season. (Cottinned from page one.) enger'y on these assertions, anil declar ed the state's experts really believed Waite deranged. Juror Trent significnlly hsked one alienist if he could positively declare Waite sane in view of his nonchalant demeanor on the witness stand. Ridiculing the insanity plea, Broth ers said: "Is this the kind of a man you want sent to Matteswan where some bright morning when the milk man comes around bewill walk out to freedom V The defense objected to this refer ence to the Thaw ease, and the re marks were ordered stricken out. Brothers charged that Waite ruined Mrs. Margaret Horton's life and lured her away from her husband. "Except for that mysterious 'K. Ad ams' who threw suspicion upon him by sending a telegram calling attention to the strange deaths of Mr. and Mrs. Peck," said Brothers, "Waite would now be walking the streets without a suspicion being cast on his sanitv. He killed Peck atter two months premcdi- tatiou because he wanted money. - NEW CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BATES Eate per word Now Today: Each insertion, per word le One week (6 insertions), per word....5e One month (20 insertions) per word 17c The Capital Journal will not be re sponsible for more than one insertion for errors in Classified Advertisements. Read your advertisement tha first day it appears and notify as immediately if it contains an error. Minimum charge, 15c. APPRENTICE BOV lem taken-. Wanted al Su mayJi' LOST Dark green sweater, return to Journal office, Reward. may29 YOUNG MAN IS years, wants work for the summer. IS care Journal. m29 to STRAWBERRY PICKERS -Wanted S acres. Jack Bailey, R. 9, box 55. inav-30 FOR RENT Furnished house keeping rooms. 09 4 N.-Com'l St. Phoue 2454 W. mavHO fSOO TO LOAN On good real estate, security. Ivan G. Martin, Masonic Temple. may;!0 FOR RENT Two modern houses, close in. Call at 505 North Cottage. Phone 1901. niayzti FOR RENT 4 room modern house furnished or unfurnished, 230 S. 14th maySO LOST Pair men's shoes on Independ- enee-oaleiu road. Leave at Journal of fice. may27 FOR KENT Stnctlv modern 0 room house, also a cheap house. Phone 2054-J. may29 LOST Ladies tatted purse, containing $20 gold piece and some silver. Phone 1194. mav29 WANTED Girl for general house work. 275 N. 20th St. Harbison, phone 2313-R. may27 FOR SALE OR TRADE Team, wagon, 2 horse disk and walking plow. Phone 75F11. may27 WANTED TO RENT 5 room fully modern bungalow or cottage with gurage. Phone 511. tf FOR SALE Heavy 3 in. tire wagon or trade tor lighter w.igon. v. R. Wil son, R. 2, box io. may2i 30 ACRES Prune orchard to trade for city property. What have you? Address H, care Journal. niay2i WANTED Experienced girl for gen eral house work. Call at 270 N. 13th Mrs. Harrv Clav. tf I WILL NOT Be responsible for any debts contracted by anv other than mvself. Herman Fresia, mav WANTED Cord wood delivered al prime drier in exchange for lust class dental work. Gibson T. White 1). M. U., U. S. Bank Bldg. miy27 MODERN Furnishi-i hous-i for lent, 0 blocks south of Bush bank, $15 per mouth. Phone 1737-W or call 399 Mission. may27 FOR SALE Good gentle family cow, all ye.u- round milker, now giving 4 gal. per day. J. F. Weber, cor. Com mercial and Pine. mav.10 FIVE BRIGHT c.ipable ladies to tra' el, demonstrate and sell dealers. $2.! to $50 per week. Railroad fare paid. Goodrich Ding Company Dept. 512 Omaha. Nebr. ALL PERSONS Interested in the an nual meeting and picnic of the Wis consin people please meet in Judge Webster '8 office at 8 o'clock p. in., Thursday, June 1st. Committee. may27 FOR SALE Watt Shipp Savage bicy cle $12.50. $25 baby cariage peram bulator, cost $25, for $10; $150.00 "New Way" gasoline engine, 3 1-2 h. p. new Cor $75. Piione 15F2. ma27 f'OR SALE 2 c,ash registers, 1 single and 1 double drawers, 1 set of bil liard balls; 2 sets of pool balls; 1 six foot cigar case; one roll top desk; one fire proof safe; one 5 louin bun galow. Call or write 1355 Ferrv St. tf GENERAL AGENTS Who can secure services of at least ten to thirty sub agents to take orders for men's in.vde to measiire suits and overcoats at $12.50 and $15.00. Liberal propo sition to the right man. Write giving full particulars and references. Phoe nix Tailoring Company, 199 Mercer street. New Vork Citv-. EXCHANGES $5,000, well improved 10 ncre tract close in, with stock nnd crop, for Al berta land; also a fine five acre tract, $3,000, for Alberta land. $2,500 well improved 5 acre tract for Wisconsin or Mjjinesota land. $d,500 stock farm. Kings Vallev, for small tract near Salem. Exchanges every where if you have any property to exchange ice L BECHTEL & CO. 347 State St. Salem, Oregon "Diil he know he was doing wrong? He knew the district attorney's office was closed Sunday so he killed Peck on Saturday. He smothered Peck with a pillow so his wife, would not hear the dying man's groans as he suffered the terrible pangs of arsenic poisoning. Then he sought to build up a defense by bribing an undertaker to put arsenic in the corpse. And finally he tried sui cide, but he was afraid to shoot himself." TODAY .TEAM WAKTED Phone 152. tf HABBT Window cleaner, Phone 768. Jone4 PHONE 937 For wood aw. tf WANTED Second hand refrigerator. Phone 540. may27 FRONT APARTMENTS Ground floor , 491 N. Cottage. tf LOT TO TRADE For team. Inquire 464 Court street. miy30 FOR BENT SIGNS For rule at Cap ital Journal office. tf WANTE1 One strong second hand wagon. Geo. Swegle. may27 GOOD Furnished house to rent, close in. Phone Main 4 or 47. tf WANTED Middle iged woman for house work. Phone 0F3. may27 WANTED $500 for three years on $2000 city property. L. M. care Jour nal. may27 FURNISHED rooms and housekeeping appartments, rates reasonable, close in, 160 Court. tf HOME COMFORT RANGE For sale cheap, in excellent condition, 287 S. Winter street. may'29 f-TJ FOB BENT Furnished and unfurnish ed rooms In Hubbard building. W. H. Norris. Boom 304. tf FOR GOOD Meals and comfortable rooms, reasonable, in modern home close in phone 1013. niay27 FOB BENT Flat close in, furnished or unfurnished. Phone 823-J, or call at 252 North Cottage St. tf WANTED TO HIRE 16 20 H. P. traction engine for sawing lumber. Inquire 8. H. care Journal. may27 WANT TO BENT Modern ten or twelve room house, close in, on north side. Address 10-R care Journal. ni27 FOB SALE 200 acres at Lyle, Wash, will consider Borne trade on clear property. August Rauch, Salem, Or. June 17 FOB BENT Nice furnished room, ia new house in private family, 3 block from P. O. Inquire G-10 care Journ al. . tf FOR SALE 18 acres, good terms, 16 in crops and fruit, fair buddings, best soil. W. W. Lander, Salem B. 9. jnnela FOR SALE 106 sheep, not sheared, and about 75 Ivmbs. Inquire at th. Capital Journal office, Salem Ore ong. may3l FOB SALE Good Jersey milk coir giving d l-a gallons of milk, a bir gain. Phone 98 F2. Walter Pearmine, B. 8. tf BRICK MAKING MACHINE and about fifty thous.ind brick for sale at a bargain. United States National Bank. tf FOB SALE 3 half truck Studebaker wagon. Will trade for heavier wagon, cordwood or atumpage. 2780 Lee. Phone 1322-J. tf FOB BENT Business block room, size ioxou reel. 407 State street. In quire at 463 State. Phone, 100!. Maurice Klinger. tf MY HOME For rent or will lease, partly furnished if desired. Inquire, of Mrs. Hallie Hinges, 295 N. Sum mer, cor. Chemekcti. tf TWO Good houses to trade for a farm one modern, the other one has a good barn on the lot. G. C. Bolter, 2018 Trade St. Phone 2206-W. may2Z I AM Taking orders for summer and fall delivery of wood. I will give a lower price now than I will late in the season. John H. Scott, phone 1552 After office hours, 622. june20 FOB SALE At bargain prices, on irwy luuuury mangle yu incnes, store shelving, two teams and Shetland pony, 2 double buggies, one single buggy. H. Steinboek, 302 N. Coml yhore 808. tf LOGANBERRY TICKERS Wanted to- register to pick 45 acres of ripe ber ries. No green fruit this season. Free wood and potato patch, fine camp ground, half mile to street car of Salem Heights. Phone 21F2. tf WANTED A capable man with wife who is good housekeeper to work. Will have work for man most op the season nnd a good well iurnishel house woman to care for. Enquire of Square Deal Realty Co. Telephone 4711. 0 may27 THREE MEN WANTED To fill posi tions at salaries ranging from $j to $125 Expanding business of Sa lem fnm creates above openings. Give age, business experience, refer ences and address. Communication confidential. Small investment re quired. Address P. O. Box 275. ma30 WE HAVE Money to loan. We also also have for sale or tr.ide 40 acres in southern Oregon. 20 acres in crop, good buildings, fruit, well watered, on good road, near school, good teams, harness, farming implements, cows, calves, hogs, hens, H. H. goods etc., very cheap. Part cash, will ac cept small amount Salem property. Balance long time. Squ ire Deal Real ty Co., Phone 470. 202 V. S. Bank Bldg. HOMESTEAD Colville Indian reser vation, Washington, open for settle ment. Drawing July 27tb. About 500,000 acres. Fruit, "farm and dairy lands. Complete sectional map ana description. Postpaid 50c. Soldiers, sailors (or their widows) of the (Hvil or Spanish wars mav register by agent. Write us for' blank forms, which we will fuhnish free. Smith . & McOrea, Room 95 Eagle Bldg., Spo kane, Wash. .