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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 3. 1916
- NEW TODAY - BRITISH LOSSES ARE SUSPECT HITCHCOCK
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The Capital Journal will not be re-, FOR SALE-Or trade for wood, gao
pon8ible for more than one insertion ,,,. e,1Kine. rholle 411 J 0.
ltead your advertisement the first dnvju atfdt,i fra,i
it appears and notify us immediately r-xZ all f W N 14 I, ' 1 r
if it contains an error. i.mu. tall .lit., N. 14th. jnneO
Minimum charge, 15c. m n t. i , . , . , , ,. '
. " ' K1K SALE Light buiok deliverv car.
HAPRV-Win- i-.-.. m.-..- , I iu ooJ order- Ph0"e s:it';i- '.i""5
PHONE 937 For wood law.
b LEM C himney Sweep. Phone 19.
ltKAD Dr. May's announcement in to
days' paper. june5
FKONT APARTMENTS Ground floor
491 N. Cottage. tf
FOE RENT SIGNS For aale at Cap
ital Journal office. tf
FOR SALE Good .lersev cow. Box 81,
It. C Salem. Or. " inne:
SMALL TEAM To trade for mill;
cows. Fhone B0F23. june3
FOR SALE Pony, quiet to ride or
drive. Bx. 118, K. 0. june3
FOR SALE 18 Buff Leghorns hens,
COc each, Fhone 09F21. jiineS
GOOD Furnished house to rent, close
in. Phone Main 4 or 47. tf
WANTED Girl to do general house
work. Inquire 274. X. Summer. 1 t
riOUSEK EEPIX'G ROOMS For rent
I'houe 47 or 4. G. W. Johnson. t(
FOR SALE Gold voiu seed pot.ttotes.
Call 97F11 at meal times juneS
FOR SALE Household goods type
writer, roll top desk. 148 I'aion. ju3
TWO oETS Of furnished housekeep
ing rooms for rent. 730 X. Front. juS
PURE Whale oil soap for hop spray
for sale at the Capital Soap Works
FOR SALE Cheap. 1100 lb. mare;
light single wagon. 1395 X. Liberty
WtLL EXC11AXG E Lot in good Colo-
rado town for Salem lot. 1395 X. Lib
erty St. june3
FOR SALE Brown reed reversnble
baby buggy. $12.00, cost $35. 14S3
S8. Liberty. June.'!
FURNISHED rooms and housekeeping
appartments, rates reasonable, close
in, 160 Court. ... tf
FOR S..LE ( heap, a 1100 lb.ll pur
pose horse. J. A. Remington,' oiij X.
Church street. ' junc."
WANTED Experienced girl for gen
eral house work. Call at 270 X'. 13th
Mrs. Harry Clay. . tf
WAXTED TO PENT o room fully
modern bungalow or cottage with
garage. Phone 511. tf
HOUSEKEEPER "W-AXTED Middle
aged preferred, i'lione 403-M or ad
dress 1200 X. IS St. tf
FOR GOOD Meals and comfortuble
rooms, reasonable, in modern home
close in, phone 1013, june3
SEED POTATOES Choice llurbank
and Golden Coin seed for s.ile. M!au
gis Bros., 510 State St. . junc,"
FOR SALE 200 acres at Lyle, Wash.,
will consider some trade on cleat
property. August Ranch, Salem. Or.
FOR SALE IS acres, good terms, 16
in crops and fruit, fair buildings,
best Boil. W. V. Lander, Salem R.
FOR SALE Good Jersey milk cow
giving 3 1-2 gallons of' milk, a b.ir
Cain. Phone iSl'2. Walter Pearmine,
R. 8. tf
."0 LOC.AXBKRIiV PICKERS Want
ed, good camp grounds and accom
modation.!. I'lione 37P3. O. L. Dom cr.
it. 4. juni'O
TOR SALE 3U h ilf truck Studebakei
wagon. Will trade for heavier wagon,
cordwood or gtumpage. 2780 Lee
Phone 1322-J. tf
1MR REXT Business block room, aiz
18x80 feet. 407 State street. In
ouire at 463 State, rhone, 1009.
Maurice Klinger. tf
FOR EXCHANGE 100 arre stock
ranch in t'oos comity for vacant lots
or residence in Salem, or acreage near
the citv. W. A. l.iston. JuneO
FOR RiSXT 0 room modern cottage,
4 blocks from state house, 112 1 er
ce Mr. Lynch at
Commerce or Phone J ' 44.
FIN'E KISIIKU PI AXO Pianola play
er, bench and stool &r-sale eiv
reasonable, cost .inni. I'lione 23."4-.l
or address II. F. Kuck. Salem. .jun"3
I AM Taking orders for summer and
fall delivery of wood. I will give a
lower price now than T will late In
the season. Joon 11. Scott, phone l"."):
After office hours, 022. ,iune20
FOR SALE At bargain prices, one
Troy laundry mangle 90 inches, store
helving, two teams and (hetlani
pony, 2 double buggies, one single
buggy. H. Steifibock, 302 X. Com'!
r"itM m. tf
FOR SALE Or trade by owner, for
improved farm, factory including
business and fine residence; business
yielding better than !.."0(i yearly;
good location, valuation .li.'t'ilH: if
you ore interested in a i;ood income
property see me. W. W. IWrtlsloy.
alcm, (.ire., li'.i'.O North Front street.
5 ROOM HOUSE FOR SALE
FOR SALE Milch cow, E. Van Sau
. ten, Salem, Rt. 1 jllne3
1 l-pq; REXT-FnriiiHlied housekeeping
rooms. u;ii .. loin J. Phone 2454-W.
sTvnnDtDut'D A-: .1... - ..."
' IM'" isnes position.
I Address S. W. care journal. jue9
MODERN' FURNISHED ROOMS Or
housekeeping rooms, at 090 North Cot-
THOROUGHBRED Barred Rock chix
for sale, 4 .md ti weeks old. 1940 S.
' i ti-i i i- T. I "I T
! VVAT1"-( ai"",r bark- "'K'wt cash
price. Call or write Frvs Dm-' stnro
Salem, Oregon. " julv"
NICELY FURNISHED large rooms,
modern. Use of kitchen, low rent.
100 Union street. JuneO
FOR RENT Flat close in, furnished
or unfurnished. Phone 323-J, or call
at 252 North Cottage St. tf
FOR REXT 0 room modern house,
completely furnished. (145 Chemeketa
St. June 10 to Sept 10. juue5
WAXTED 100 men steady work, $45
per month and board. 140 X. Com
inenial St. M. P. Baldwin. juneli
WILL SELL Or trade for car, team,
top buggy, hack, single harness and
two icycles. Box 59 rt. 3, , Turner,
POR SALE A 1912 Auburn five pas
senger car, in good shape, would
make fine truck. Only $150. 703 X.
High. ' june3
WAXTED To buy 2 to o acres with
r or 0 room house, close in. will deal
with Owner only. Address 2." cue
Journal. " juneS
FOR TltAl'E Team of mares, S years
old,, wt. IOuO. for second hand !)
pnsseuger car. Hnrrv Wilson, Turner,
Oregon, R. 2, 14. CO O. junc".
FOR SALE French kale plants from
imported seed. $2 per 1000 1'. o. b. Sa
lem. Special rate .n large quantity.
Aiwrt luartier, Independence. Or.
J e I
FOR REXT Por summer, large single
TOom. suite for light housekeeping, or
(i room flat, all modern and well fur
nished. Cliemeketa street, close in.
'1 'limit? 17'lft juneO
FIVE BRIGHT CAPABLE LADIES
lo travel, demonstrate and sell deal
ers. $25 to $50 per week. Railroad
fare paid. Goodrich Drug Co., Dept.
515, Omaha, Xebr.
NEW BUNGALOW PIANO PLAYER
With bench and 40 records. Used
three months, taken on debt. Best
bargain I have ever offered. George
C. Will Music Store. juneS
FOR TRADE 500 equity' in ." acre
tract south of S.ilem. lull assume
5ii0. payable $: a month. See A.
Kitternuin, with ' W, II. G nfbealioist
. Co., 'J75 State street ,jum'3
TWO MEN WANTED To take charge
of another machine now in construc
tion. See inventor of machine owned
by Marion Power ..inter Co., incor
porated, at 31,'J Hubbard bldg. jneii
I HAVE Some loganberries for sjle,
would prefer contracting, also have
2 year old thoroughbred Ilolstein
bull ami saddle horse, will ride or
drive, for sale. Phone S1F2. junc3
WANTED Two young women for din
ing room iu first class out of town
hotel, ood wages and room ami
onard. See J, 11. l.auteinian at
mice at the Argo hotel, 315 ( nemeke
TWO Good cows for sale, brindle,
giving 3 gal. per day, very gentle,
safe tor women or children to c.ire
for, Jersey giving over 3 1-2 gals.
per dnv.Ward K. Uichardsou, 2305
HOMESTEADS Colville Indian reser
vation, Washington, open for settle
ment. Drawing July 27. About 500,
OUU acres. Fruit, farm, and tin in
lands. Complete sectional map anil
description. Postpaid 50c. Soldiers,
sailors ior their widows) of the Civil
or Spanish wars may register bv
ngent. Write us for blank forms,
which we will furnish free. Smith &
Mcf'rea, Room !.", Eagle Bldg., Spo
FARM ItARGAIX Choice 158 acre
farm, SO acies under high state of
cultivation, in crop, good buddiyg:
II fine milch cows, 1 Jersey bull, 3
horses, hugs, chickens, turkeys;' all
farm implements, crop, part of fur
niture, in fait give possession of
place. Price only Sii.l per acre, would
be a bargiiu nt U)0 per acre, fts
without a .doubt the best buv 111 the
valley. See or write L. P.eclitel, 3t
riate M. .Mine.
NOTICE To the people of Salem. I
that I have installed a complete oxy-j
actylene welding and cutting appar-1
atos iu my shop. For welding Steele.
cast iron, aluminum, brass and bron?c. ,
We make a specially of automobile
frame welding, scored cylinders
blocks, broken crank cacs. faun
and harvesting machinery. We are
aNo equipped for extra heavy weld
ing and and can go to your job. I
have employed an expert welder to es
pecially look after your wants. Your
patronage is respectfully -solicited.
All work fully guaranteed from de
fects. C. R. Grig.:, general black
smith and wod Morkinr shop. 1
State street. July 3
T PKUtSftULY. NtAK 5.UUU WORKING FOR TEDDY
All Were Lost On the Defense,
All But Eight Went Down
with Queen Mary
Portsmouth, England, June 3. More
than 4,000 British officers and men, in
cluding two admirals, were admitted
this afternoon to have been lost in the
great battle in the North nea.
As the port commander mlmitted
there was no hope for further survivors
being picked up, the British losses will
undoubtedly total ubout 5,000.
The port commander here posted no
tice today that of the Invincible 'a of
ficers aud crew only the commander, a
lieutenant and three men were saved.
All others were lost.
All aboard the Queen Mary were lost
when that ship went down with the ex
ception of eight.
In the Defense all were lost, includ
ing Read-Admiral Arbuthnot.
From the Warrior, nil were saved.
A few were picked up from the Tip
perary. All were lost aboard the Indefatig
abel aud the Black Prince. The port
commander holds out no hope for other
Known losses announced did not in
clude mention of about 10 destroyers
each carrying a crew of 100 men which
were lost. This would increase the
death roll by 1.000, although it was
stated "a few survivors'' of the Tip
perary have been picked up.
The highest ranking officers who
went down with their ships were Renr
Admiral Horace Hood and Rear-Ad-miral
Arbuthnot Hood went down with
the Invincible and Arbuthnot with the
Rear-Admiral Horace Hood, com
mander of the British battle cruiser In
vincible, went down with his ship and
"Pleasure in simple things has been
increased greatly as a result of the mo
torcycle and sidecar making it possible
for people of moderate means to go into
the country on delightful' week-end
trips," says Scott & Piper, local agents
for the Harley-Davidson. "At this
time of the year nature is at her best,
oine people take delight in saying
'Bosh with all this nature stuff.' prid
ing themselves on what they call being
sensible: whereas, they are only adver
tising the fact that they are missing
out on some of the best things in life.
An unending panorama unfolds for the
tourist who utilizes his opportunities to
wet nut into tin. oi.ori "
'. A short time ago Mr. and Mrs. J. II.
Weaks. of Rochester, N. Y., passed
through Chicago on their way to Oak
land. Cal., where Mr. Weaks is to ac
cept a new position.,; Mrs. Weaks alter
nates with her husband in driving their
Harley-Davidson motorcvele and side
car. Motorcycling a few years ago was
looked upon somewhat as a selfish and
solitary sport but the advent of the
sidecar has changed nil of this. The
general use of the sidecar has greatly
increased the number of those who can
enjoy the pleasures of motorcycle trips.
And most of the sidecar passengers are
of tlio fair sex. The young man on n
salary who owns a motorcycle and side
car becomes, naturally, very popular
with his girl friends: and for'the young
married man the sidecar provides ninny
impromptu country tri-ps.
S THE MARKETS :
The following prices for fruits
and vegetables are those asked by
the wholesaler of the retailer, and
not what is paid to the producer.
All other prices 'are those paid the
producer. Corrections are made
The genernl 'markets have been stag
nant for several weeks and there seems
to be little prospects of anything very
radical taking pl.ice.
Broilers have taUen a tumble ami to
day the best price was from 10 to 22
cents. Florida tomatoes are, out" of the
market, but I'alifornias are coming in
quoted at $2 a crate.
Cracked corn ..
Shorts, per ton
Alfalfa, California, ton
Creamery butter, per pound 29c
Country butter .. 20c22c
Eggs and Poultry
Eggs, case count, cash
"" 1 "" i" 1 . .
Broiler under 2 pounds
Pork, Veal and Mutton.
Veal, dressed 89c
Pork, dressed loe
Pork, on foot Sc
Spring lambs. 1010 (u 7 l-LV
Cows 4(ff5 l-2c
Bulla 3 i.2ffilel
C rooms midway between New-
port and Nye Beacii. Also fur-
iiishe.d housekeeping rooms
near to bench. Inquire nf
Mrs. B. L. Russell tit Beach
St., 5 and 10 cent store.
Every More' He Makes It Is
Said Hurts Hughes and
Washington,- June 3. Although dis
avowing Frank Hitchcock or uny ona
else as his representative in the pre
convention activities at Chicago, Jus
tice Charles E. Hughes has "nothing
to Bay" on the poiut. of whether he will
accept the republican nomination if it
should be offered to him.
"Will. Justice" Hughes accept the
nomination if it's offered himf" Lau
rence H. Green, his secretary was asked
today. ' '
"He has nothing to say on that
point," was the scsponse.
Green did, however, amplify to some
I extent, the justice's disavowal through
I the United Press yesterdav of Hitch
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fcut-K s iiciitiucs ju uis oeuair at . ni
cago and elsewhere. Questions answer
ed by Green brought the following re
sults: "Hitchcock never asked Hughes if
he could be his manager; Hughes never
said ho could be and likewise never
said he could not! Hitchcock never ask
ed and never received permission to col
lect southern delegates for Hughes. In
"They nave had no communication,
whatever," said Green, aud he added,
for good measure, "of any kind."
Of all the talent gntliered ii, Chicago,
Washington was most interested today
Hitchcock No Bluderer.
"What is Hitchcock's real purpose,"
The men who asked said they thought
him earnestly and unselfishly pushing
the Hughes boom for the good of the
country or of Hughes, were few and
far between. One suggestion from a
source friendly to Hughes was that
Hitchcock had seized the Hughes move
ment on behalf o'f the justice's oppon
ents, to help keep it in control.
This man a senator pointed out
that when the Hughes movement began
to center around Hitchcock, its troubles
aslnngton never has regarded
Hitchcock as a political blunderer.
"He is most likely working for
Roosevelt," said this Hughes senator.
I wiUK i.-AM, iiu irt 1 uiiii wl iiuunrvnt
1 likes him as practical politician.
Honest now, can you imagine a man as
foad of patronage as Hitchcock lining
up with Hughes?''
Hitchcock's business friends and al
liances, another senator declared are
with the Wall street interests, friendly
to George W, Terkins.
Friends of the justice recall thnt on
recent visits to Washington. Hitchcock
failed to call on.or consult the man
whose campaign,! jbas kidnaped.
Dr. Sam Foster Resigns
for Federal Office
Governor Wilhycombe has received
the resignation of Dr. Snni B. Foster,
of Portland, as member of the Oregon
State Veterinary Medical Examining
Board. Dr. Foster resigns because he
has become associated with the United
cannot nnnciie state as wen as federal
The governor lias appointed Dr. J.
H. Creamer, of Portland, in Dr. Poster's
place. Dr. poster's term expired July
21, 1910, and Dr. Kreamcr's appoint
ment is to fill the unexpired term.
The present members of the board
are Dr. R. E. Hunt of lioseburg; Dr. W.
H. Lytic of Pendleton; Dr. E. T. Not,
of Baker; Dr. Ernest Chase of Silver
ton. Wethers 6c
String garlic ..
Carrots', sack, new
Oranges, nnvcls ,
Lemons, per box '
California grape fruit ...
Florida grape fruit .
Pineapples . .
. $4.004.50 j
7 l-2 !
. $3.50 i
, $1.5(1(71 1.75 j
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch 2.1c I
SiiL'ar. cane $8.75 !
Sugar, beet $8.55 !
Creamery butter 0.1c
Flour, hurd wheat 1. 10ft 1.05 !
Flour, valley $1.15(1125
Portland. Ore, June 3 Wheat:
Red Russian, Ho(n Site.
Oats: No. 1 white feed, $25.50(o
Hog: Best live. $S.50(o S.S5.
Prime steers. $8.51).
Fancy cows. $7.50.
Spring lambs, $0.00.
Butter: City crcnini-ry, 2i'c.
Country butter, 27c,
Eggs: Selected local ex., 21ft 25c.
Hens. 14 1 2ft 15c.
Broilers. 2('ft 25c.
Geese, 10ft. 1 Ic.
PEN FLAX PLANT IS
PROBABLY DUE FOR
Full Report and Financial
Statement Will Be Filed In
The exact amount of fiax destroyed
by the recent 'fire at the otate neni-
tentiary was the subject of consider
able discussion at the meeting of the
state board of control tni.s mornintr
Superintendent Cady says there were 71
tons of flax burned and destroyed by
smoke and water, Warden Minto eives
his estimate as 25 tons and the other
estimates were placed at something
around 40 tons. A
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discontent was evident at the meeting
uuuiu looHy nun .superintendent
Cady was criticised for his failure to
file itemized reports of the progress
of the pluut. Warden Minto stated
mm uv nuu leit tne tlax business en
tirely with the governor and Mr. Cady
and that ho only supplied the labor as
it was needed by Mr. Cady.
Secretary Olc'ott asked for an item
i;cd statement of the amount of flax
received, tho amount manufactured anil
the financial returns and the amount
on hand so that tho board might arrive
at some conclusion as to the finnuci;;!
success of the venture, r'tate Treas
urer Kay said that the entire flax busi
ness would be finished iu about three
weeks and at that time accurate state
ments wou'd be possible. Mr. Olcott
then withdrew his request for a state
ment on condition that a full report
were filed with the board within three
It was stated that the flax plant was
about 9,000 pounds short on the con
tract for manufactured flax from the
California mills. A total of $8,400 in
surance is enrried on the flax with
$5,000 on the machinery of the plant
but none of the machinery was destroy
ed or damaged in tho recent fire.
The only othei business that came
before the hoard tnilnu una ne ...,: .
nature from the other slate institutions!
Some folks get married in churches,
others in their homes and again others
have the unique distinction of going
through the ceremony standing up in a
taxi. The taxicab route was chosen
yesterday as n suitable start in mar
ried life by Miss Laura Lowery and
George Townseud, who wero driven
from Salem by J. B. Underwood, tho
well known taxicab man of State street,
Tho Rev. George M. Thompson, living
four miles north of the city tied the
knot while tho taxi stopped In the road
in front of his house. The newly weds
were then driven by Mr. Underwood to
their new home seven miles north of the
Don't fortret to read thn Knw Tn,l
30L.Dliz.R.S ON GUWZD RT LIB f- p ry Hf)Ji -
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Dublin is outwardly quiet after the recent uprising, but there are manv surface Indications of the deep feeling ar
oused by the executions of the leading revolutionists. All the newspapers of t he Irish capital, whatever their politics,
express the desire that, the best should be made out of the situation and call for concessions by the extremists ot
both sides. Deep sorrow prevails among the people -nf Dublin, manv of whom lost relatives either among tho revo
lutionists or troops during the fighting or among the civilians who su fleered death from stray shots. The picture
shows the nuns of tho Metropolo hotel, with the damped po.toffico nt the right, and soldiers guarding Liberty ball,
headquarters of the revolutionists. b " 3 '
Formed to Invade Field
with Cheap Machine
New York, June 3 The proposed
$200,000,000 automobile combination
including Willys-Overland, Chalmers,
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uiiuDun ana uurant companies, will in
vade Honry Ford's field with a cheap
automobile und one of the greatest com
merciul wars in the history of the coun
try is impending, according to Wall
street reports today.
Tin. new coipoiatiin will have a
rapirnl of $200,000 (K0. In the merger
will be the Willys-Overland, the Hud
son Motor Car company, the Chalmers
Motor Car company, the latter two of
Detroit, the Auto Lite company of To
ledo, and others.
The new corporation will be a holding
company of which John N. Willvs will
"This corporation will be the big
gest thing iu the motor car industry,"
Willys announced this afternoon before
he left for St. Paul.
Formation of tho ai,n:niA
hauds of Lewis Kaufuitmn, president of
vuiiiimni ana rnnemx .National
bank of New York; Willys said:
"The management of the new cor
poration will be controlled by tho mo
tor car interests and not by the affili
ated bauking interests."
Union of the John N. Willys and W.
C. Durant interests brings DcPont mon
ey intO the Wimlono mv iv,.n
men who poiut out that Ford's anti-pre-
imrcuiiess campaign, is contrary to the
Market Was Firm and
Prices Varried Little
New York, Juno 3. The New York
Evening Sun's financial review todav
To the exclusion virtually of all other
subjects Wall Street discussions cen
tered this morning on the great naval
battle in the North Sea between Hie
German and English fleets. Later ad
vices tempered, to some extent at least,
in the minds of the professional trad
ers, the magnitude of tho British re
verse. Although prices opened irreg
ularly, tho initial declines, in no in
stance exceeded the limits of a moder
ate fraction and recovering tendencies
developed very early in the session.
As tho tradiug progressed pool and
clique operators, particularly in Inter
national Mercantile Marine preferred
and in the motor stocks, resumed oper
ations and sharp advances reflected In
some of the special issues. Recoveries
In the general list were hot extensive.
Speculative conditions were not modi
fied to any important extent. Prices
moved Irregularly within a narrow
range. But the undertone of the
market was consistently strong.
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Complete Paper Sold
The Capital Journal la the
only evening daHy . published
in Salem that is ft complete
newspaper. The Portland papers
peddled here are printed in the
forenoon about 11 o'clock, are
simply the regular edition of
the day before with seme
changes on the first page. They
are only extras made op for
street sales and out of town
circulation, making no pretense
to being real newspapers. The
Capital Journal on the other
hand, contains the complete
leased wire service up to 3:30
p. m., fthich is 6:30 p. m. in
New York and past midnight
in Europe, the seat of the great
war. It also contains all the
local news of Salem and sur-
rounding territory that ia worth
while. It is a complete after-
noon newspaper and 'the -enty
one circulated in Salem. When
you pay your money for a Port-
land evening paper here yon are
meroly being "faked" into buy- "
ing a cheap extra with big
headlines on the first page and
yesterday's new everywhere
The Capital Journal sells on
the street for 2 cents. Pay so
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