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FOR SALE CHEAP 10 acres, 2," acres
cultivated. 5 acres timber, balance
pasture; 3 springs watering buiLl
ings and garden; family orchard and
berries, near K. B. town; out range.
Price with crop $1000. Terms. Also
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MONEY TO LOAN
ON Good Real Estate Security.
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd fc Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon
MONET TO LOAN T have made ar
rangements for loaning eastern
money, will make very low rate of
interest on highly improved farms.
Homer H. Smith, room 5 McCornack
Bldg, Salem. Ore. TMne 90.
a. O. V. W. Protection Lodge. No. 2.
Meets every Mondtiy evening at S In the
McCornack hall, corner Court and Liberty
streets. K. U. Donaldson, M. V. ; 8. A,
McFaddeu, recorder; A. L. Brown,
SALEM LODGE No. 4. A. F. ' A. M
Btated communications lint Friday In
each month nt 7 :30 p. m. In the Masonic
Temple. Chas. McCarter, W. M. ; 8. Z,
SALEM nt'MANR SOCIETY D. D. Keeler.
president ; Mrs. l.ou Tlllson, secretary. All
cases ot cruelty or neglect of dumb ani
mals should be reported to the secretary
CENTRAL I.Onc,E,No. 18. K. of P. Mc
Cornack buildlutr. Tuesday evening of
etch week at 7 :30. J. O. lleltzel, C C. ;
W. B. Gllson, K. of It. and 8.
8. N. OF A. "Oregon Ornpe Cnmp." No.
1360, meets every Thursday evening Id
McCornack building. Court and Liberty
streets ; elevator. Mrs. Sylvia Schaupp,
1791 Market, oracle; Mrs. Melissa Per
sons, recorder, 1-HU North Commercial.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Ore
fn Cedar Camp. No. 5i4U. ni-ets every
Thursday evening nt 8 o'clock In Mc
Cornack ball, corner Court and Liberty
streets. Elevator service. Geo. Kelnutil,
V. C. ; J. A. Wright, clerk.
CHADWICK CHAPTER, No. 87, O. E. 8.
Regular meeting every first and tt'lrd
Tuesday at S p. m. in tbe Masoulc Tern-
gle. Minnie Mueller, W. M. ; Ida M.
WOODMEN OP THE WORLD Meet every
Friday night at 8 o'clock In Mcl'ornai-k
block, G. W. lupous. C. C; L. S. tieer
clerk, 507 Court street. Phone 091
OH MOI.At COMMANDER'S. No. 5, K. T.
Eegular conclave fourth Friday In each
month at 8 o'clock, p m.. In Masonic Tem
ple. Sojourning Sir KnlRhts are courte
ously Invited to meet with us Lot L.
Pearce. E. C Frank Turner, recorder.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assembly,
No. 84. meets every Wednesday at 8 p. to.
! Moose hull. C. O. Matlock. M. A.:
C Z. Randall, secretary, Salem Bunk of
HODSON COrNCIL. No. 1, R. 8- M.
Btated assembIT nrst nonunr id nm
month. Masonic Temple. N. P. Rasmus
sen, ZJirlo Illustrious Master; Glean C
SALEM COUNCIL NO. 2022 Knights and
ladles of Security Ueets every ind and
4th Wednesday ach month at Uurst flail.
visiiing members are Invited to atreua.
'. Walton, financier, 480 S. 14in 81
FIC LOOE No. 50. A. F. A. M.
tated communications third rrlday
ica month at 7 :3ii o m. in tne
nlc Temple. Hal V. Bolam. W. M. ;
mest U. Chuate. secretary.
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Office oOo-nOG U. S. National Bank
Building. Phone 859. Residence 34'j
North Capital street. Phone 469.
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos.
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phont Main
2247. ReBiln"e V .. 2272.
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to a diseased body is positive, sure
and permanent in its results. Hours
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499 Court St, Main 120, Main 9389.
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High street. Dav and night phone
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
For water service apply at office
Bills pavable monthly in advance.
Chinese Medicine and
Has medicine which will
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the price is right
JTHE DAILY CAPITAL .TOTTRKAL. SALF-M.' OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JULY 5. 1916.
t THE MARKETS I
The following price 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 day nfter the. Fourth of July
markets arc like those of the Fourth,
with no changes. Everything was
closed tight on the Fourth and mi tu ral
ly, there is no chance for changes to
Wheat . 80c
Rolled barley $35.00
Cracked corn $40.00
Shorts, per ton $30.00
Alfalfa, California, ton $20.00
Creamery butter, per pound 29e
Country butter 20c22o
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs, case count, cash 2020 l-2c
Eggs, trade 21c
Hens, pound 12(y.3c
Boosters, old, per pound 8c
Broilers, under 2 pounds la10c
Fork, Veal and Mutton.
Veal, dressed 6(3 9c
Pork, dressed 1010 l-2c
Pork on foot 7 1"tfi8c''
B;,' ii. iuTr r,,a"7 11.
Jl'i:. ' "
Bulls 3(53 l-2c
Ewes 44 l-2o
, 22 l-2c
Green onions .
Carrots, sack, new
Temons, per box
California grape fruit . .
Florida grape fruit
. 2 l-2c
. . 73c(a$1.00
Lnerries. U .............
Beta 11 Prices.
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch .
Sugar, beet $8.58
Creamery butter S5e
Flour, hard wheat ....$1.40fff 1.50
Flour, valley $1.15125
Portland, Or., July 5.
Wheat club Hoc
Red Bussian 8.'!c
Oats Xo. 1 white feed $2.1f 20.
Hogs, best live S.(i0
Prime steers $7.7.5
Fancy cows $0
Spring lambs $(.2."
Hotter city creamery 2'Jc
Country butter 27c
Eggs selected local ex. 25c
Broilers 13(t 18c
(ieese lOfti lie
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vitations, and Calling Cards
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Capital Journal job office.
Try Capital Journal Want Ada,
Events of Week Suggest
More Favorable Outcome
New York, July .1. Events of thpMay of $243,000,000, which is also tie
week suggest a more favorable trend, j largest ever recorded. No wonder the
TfTis was particularly true of the Mex- influx of gold continues in uuexieetcd
kan situation .after Carranz had re, volume. " Alinnt l lojioo.ooo in mid
to prevent a war, against which the considerable more to follow. Much
United States is practically ft unit in larger quantities of th-j precious metal
opposition. Every effort shouldw. be, would have come had it not been for
made to prevent this threatrtied con- successful manipulation of exchange
flict; although relatively speaking, its by the British government;, skillful
effect industrially . and financially ! mobilization of securities, and the
should not be very important for a; placing of various loans and credits,
country of the size and resourcefulness i It has been deemed wiser to send gold
of the United . States, The regretful than to depreciute British holdings of
part of such a struggle would be the j American shares by pressing them too
really unnecessary sacrifice of life a-'frcoly tor sale. The disposition is to
mong the youth of t lie country in a 'continue holding these securities as
war that nobody wants, a war that ex-'collateral for future loans. This poll
cites no enthusiasm;, except possibly cy is an important factor in strength
from a patriotic determination to vin-ieninj the New York market, since it
dicnto the purposes of the United lessens fear of foreign liquidation;
States and to give Mexico a free and! while the large influx of gold tends to
stable government. If forbearance
and generous consideration will pre
vent war and bring the unruly leaders
of the Mexican people to their senses,
a great gain will have been made.
There should be no abatement in our
preparation for war, and an abundant
force should be masted along the bor
der to act upon unforeseen emergen
cies, l'eacc, however, will be for our
own interest; not merely in preserving
the friendship of Mexico, but also in
maintaining amicable relations with
all South American republics, who are
keenly jealous of our activities in this
direction. Conquest of Mexican terri
tory would intensely strengthen these
feuis, and certainly lay the basis tor
utur0 fr''-'"" difficulty. In spitea good demand for whutcver Biirplus
of our sincere and oft-repeated good: we may have, especially as that sur-
intentions, long disturbed conditions plus threatens to full short of last
in Mexico and the Monroe Doctrine year's big crop. A few luys of warm
are moro or less obstacles to the de- weather will materially advance the
sirablc purpose of bettering our rein- agricultural position. The railroad
tioiis with the republics south of us. situation is bettering in several re
We have been very earnestly cultivat- spects, A strong public opinion is de
ing our commercial relationship iniveloping against nulical action by the
that direction; and it is necessary for employes. Some of the roads will be
us to pursue political friendship with
equal energy and sincerity.
While the European war is still a
dominant factor in financial nffnirs.
it would Bcem as if its effects hndisuits in spite of heavy expenses. Our
been well discounted for the time be- foreign trnde, as stateil above, is
ing nt least. Although recent events , breaking all rei-ords end presents no
have been favorable to the allies,: digns. 'of reaction. Western trade
peace is not yet in sight. There may .opinion is optimistic, ami inerchuuts
be a disposition to prepare the way arc uiicking their opinions by action,
for peace and the readjustment which Clearing house returns have for sever
it will compel. Cessation of hostilities til weeks been running about 50 per
will unquestionably' create' a new spir- cent ahead of last year. The gains
it of hopefulness the world over, but 1 arc well distributed and, allowing for
the exhaustion and paralysis which is j inflation of values, it is evident the
already insidiously creeping upon sonic I volume of business is enormous, The
of the' belligerents will inevitably do-1 politic al campaign is exceptionally
lay their recovery. To the United free from disturbing issues. July dis
States the war has opened new fields I burscments will be unusually heavy,
of enterprise abroad which we will not aggregating $J2,0(I0,WU, or $i:,500,
readily surrender, in spite of present ' 0(H) more tliuu a year Hgi. A number
hivh i-nats of liroduction. Several of of concerns, both railroads and indus-
. . nn.:.n will ....t.f.l.l.
, . , . IlnKit;(1n to nush hnnl for
trade for a long period. Great Brit- extra dividends. The monetary out
ain is -the only power engaged in wnr look is very favoialile in ull sections
which will emerge not seriously crip- of the country. Ponds arc abundant,
pled. Apparently she will be injured Under such conditions, the prospect
much less than any Of the otiier par- j is for a good duly invertmcnt demand,
ticipants, in spite of'her huge iiavnl ln view of recent liquidation, there is
and military efforts; not to speak of 'little or no reason for further indul
bearing the brunt of financing the gence of bearish apprehensions. The
war. Hclutively speaking, the United ; general outlook is bright and prices
States has gained position vastly more snow a siigntiy improving tendency,
than' any other nation, the stimulus' Some liquidation may occur in antici
bein most noticeable in our' foreign pat ion of the iioliduy, since many op
trade, in our industries, and in our el-! orators will undoubtedly be absent
forts' to establish suitable foreign bank1, from the city from Priday to Wednes-
ing facilities. When the war, is over
will unquestionably be the two lead-1 that the market is exposed to big new
ing nations in the world's trade. So, foreign bond issues when conditions
far as the United States is concerned. are favorable; also that our own gov
perhaps the most important result of j eminent may come into the market at
the war is the magnificent new vision any time lor funds to finauce a ilex
which it has broiignt to us. . We can i ban campaign. Fortunately, the treas
110 longer look in only; wo. must look jury is in good financial condition,
out also; and forever abandon the pol-.litst how wur with Mexico would be
icy of exclusion and self-sufficiency ' financed has not yet been determined;
which would otherwise prevent our whether through increased tuxes, short
taking the position amongst nations term obligations or issue of Panama
now open to us. Kecent events have ennui bonds. If necessary, all three of
created greater opportunities and iin- these resources can be tupped. Need
posed greater obligations upon us than less to say times are strenuous and
ever contemplated, and tbey cannot be the market is sensatlve to daily hap
shirked or dealt with inefficiently peniugs which are beyond any fore
without serious injury to ourselves, j night. IIEXKV CLEWS.
The more interdependent nations twv 1
come, the more certainly will peacCj IJH Fnanlptc T
be assured. Commerce is one of tne TlCalUIg EiJJdUlCld Id
Our foreign trade is smashing rec
ords at an astonishing rate. May mer
chandise exports touched $472,000,000,
the largest by Siil.UW.oou since
previous high point in .viarcn
norts were also the highest recorded,!
being $229,000,000, or $11,000.0110 high-1
er than in anv preceding month. These:
figures leave a favorable balance for
arrived during the past six weeks, with
ease the home nionev market and sus
tain security values. This country al
ready possesses a fabulous sum of
gold, and its domestic output is gen
erally about $100,000,000 a year; all of
which enormously tcuds to strengthen
the country's financial resources.
Summarizing the finunciul situation.
we find the European war has been
practically discounted as an immedi
ate factor. The Mexican problem is
also an influence largely discounted
and of moderately disturbing poten
tialities, the favorable turn of events
on Thursday having caused consider
able relief. Our crop situation, though
backward, is promising because for
eign scarcity insures good prices and
! aided uy tne commerce commission ai
lowing an advunce 011 Western lines.
and most of the roads are reporting
large earnings and excellent net re
1 r!u lu t.r FjiGiimimr HiiKiimwIml ilivli.
'rlends. while not a few are declaring
day and mucli may nappen 111 that 111-
Limit of Patriotism
' Ttoise, Idaho, July 5. Any war that
'the United States may have on its
hands must wait on the settlement of
a seniority question In the Idaho mi
Utia organization. The Idaho guards
men are all ready to move to the Mex
lies 11 border, and would be eu iOute
v c r t i si n g P a g e
each successive subsequent insertion
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
Telephone Directory '
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
Salem Elettrls Co., Maaonia Temple, 187 North High Mala 1IM
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AMD TINNING
T. M. Ban, 164 South Commercial street Ifata lit
TRANSFER AND DRATAOB
Salem Truck k Dray Co., corner State ana Front streets Mala f 4
No. 16 Oregon Express B:00a. m
No. .'4 Knuene Limited 3 :0L' p. m.
No. S8 Willamette Limited... 9 :2M a. m.
No. I'.' Shasta Limited 11 :5fi a. m.
No. 18 I'lirtliuid rasHenger ... 1 :27 p. m.
xo. i-ortianu rassenger. , , o :ou p. m.
No. 14 Portland Rxprnss 8 :04 p. m.
No. Portland fast Freight 10 :30 p. m.
No. 2L'ti Local war Freight. .. .10 :Ho a. m.
No. IS California Express.... 8:82a. m.
No. 17 Koseburg Passenger ..11:20 s. m.
No. 2.'i ttuxens Limited 10:Ols. m.
No. 10 ( ottuiie Grove Pns. . .4:1)1 p. m.
Makes connection with No. 74 (iesr
No. 11 Khssta Limited 5:43 p.m.
No. 27 Willamette Limited... 6:16p.m.
No. 1.1 Ran Francisco Express 10 :30 p. m.
No. 221 bun Francisco Fast
Freight 12 .01 a. m.
No. itl'u Local way Freight. . .11 :40 a. m.
No. 73 Arrives at Halem 0:15 a. m.
lo. 7i Leaves Halem" :Jl.m.
No. 75 Ar. Halem (mixed) 2 :00 p. m.
No. 74 Ive Halem 4 :20 p. m.
No connection south sf Geer.
fUi.r.u, Fails Citt !tn Wsstkb.
161 Lv. Halem, motor . . . . ,7 :00 s. m.
ltl.'i I.v Salem, motor 9:45 s. m.
ltlu Lv. Hulem for Monmouth
nnd Airlle 11:10 a.m.
167 Lv. Halem, motor .... 4:00p.m.
160 Lv. Halem, motor 6 :16 p. m.
2.1ft Way Kr t lv. Halem. ... 6 :00 a. m.
162 Ar. Halem 8:40 a. m.
1H4 Ar. Halem H:loa. m.
MM! Ar. Halem 8 -.15 p. m.
108 Ar. Halem 6 :00 p. m.
170 Ar. Halem 7 :45 p. m.
240 Way I'r t ar. Halem... 1:35 p. m.
OREGON ELECTBIC RAILWAY CQ.
Lv. Halem - Train No. Ar. Portland
4 :35 s. m 2 Owl 6 :B5 s. m.
7 :15 s. u. ....... 6 9 :2fi s. m.
9 :45 a. m. .. ..10 Limited ....11:8.1a. m.
11 :24 a. m l'i 11 :3 p. a.
1 :45 p. m L4 4 :0O p. m.
4:00 p. m. .... 16 Limited ... B :50p.m.
5 :37 p. m 29 7 :B0 p. in.
7:55 p. m. ..'.... 22 lOKJOp. m.
SOOTH. BUtlND .
POBTia.NO TO fcULIlt
Lv. Portland. D Ar. Bslem
85 a! m. ... B Limited ....10:11 a. m.
today except for a littio political dif
Coventor Alexander appointed " the
state's adjutant general, . P, U .Crpw,
to be lieutenant colonel of the Jsuooud j
infantry. The job mrf lietitvnant colon-J
el is just a step higher than that of:
major and there were three- majors as-'
piring to the position. So the three (
majors went to the supreme court and'
got an injunction preventing Lieuteu-!
ant Max (iorbcr. federal mustering of-'
ficer, from mustering Crow into the:
government service as a lieutenant col-1
onel. They contend the governor ap-i
pointed Crow illegally
The supreme court will decide tiiei
Try Capital Journal Want Ads.
The fact that Zensal is made
to reach the two distinct
types of Eczema should ap
peal to all skin sufferers.
Tetter, salt rheum and dry
eczema should be treated
with Dry Zensal. For weep
ing skin use Moist Zensal.
50c a jar at
10:40 a. m T 12:55 0.00.
2 :05 p. m 9 4 :26 B. 00.
4:40 p. m. ... 13 Limited .... (:40p.m.
6:05 p. m 17 Local .... 8:10 p. so.
9:20 p. m 19 11 :28 p. so.
11:45 p. m. 21 Owl 1:55 p. so.
20 B .87 p. so.
4 :10 p. m. .
7 :85 a. m. .
1 :B0 p. m. ,
B :'J5 p. m. .
12 :05 p. m.
. 10 Limited 0 :45 a.
..IS Limited .... 1 :5S p. bo,
22 T :B6 p. no,
... 2 Owl 8:10 s. so.
, . 21 Owl 6:60 a oo.
65 9:80. so.
.. B Limited ....13:25 p. so.
7 1:60 p.m.
Stops at Corvallla
9 B:20p. .
:4B p. bo.
.... 18 8:60 p. a.
2 :0) a. m,
7 :10 a. m.
10:15 a. m.
12:65 p. m.
4 :25 p. m.
8 :40 p. m
Wooubiion Iacol Diili Excarc BoaoAis
No. U4 Leaves Halem 8 :40 p. ov
No. 63 Arrives lo Balsas 8 M p. no.
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WILLAMETTE RIVdB BOTJTB
Oregon City Transportation Company
LeSve Portland for Oregon City, nutteftlla,
Newberg. Mliwlon (Ht. I'aul), WMatlana,
. . Halem (dally except Hunday) . .V :4S a. so.
Leave Portland for Independence.
Albany-Corvallls, (Tues., Tburs., Bat.)
" 8:45 a. so.
..6a. m. Mob., Wed., fr.
... 7 a. m. Moo., Wed., I'rt,
. . 9 a.. m Moo., Wed, rrt.
10 a, m lon., Wed., rrt.
6 a. m. Tues., Tburs., Bat
A representative in congress took a
friend from home one afternoon, says
the' Washington Times. As the friend
looked down upon the scene his gaxe
rested upon the clerical garb of a man
is front of the vice-president's chair.
Since he seemed particularly later
ested, the representative explained:
"That is the Rev. F. J. rettyman,
the chaplain of the senate."
"Oh, he prays for the senate, does
hef" asked the friend.
"No," said the representative, "he
takes a look at the seuate and then
prays for the country."
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