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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, 1916.
" NEW TODAY -
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES ;
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Each insertion, per wora lej WANTED Inexperienced stenographer
One week (6 insertions), per word....5c , room 400, Hubbard building. sept20
OnWinonth(28 insertions) per word 17c '
The Capital Journal will not be re-: FOR HE XT 0'A, dose in, well ini
ponsible for more than one insertion, proved, Phone" SiRl. oct2
lor errors in uinssmeci Advertisments.
J Bead your advertisements the first day '
'i It appears and notify us immediately!
Vihimnm ),orcra I'ti"
i PHONE 937 Foi wood saw. tf
1 100 ACRES For sate. Phone 2173R.
j EUBBER Stamps made 165 8. Coml
' HARRY Window cleaner. Phone 70S.
,- . oct7
FOR SALE Good milk eow.
' TRESPA8S Notices for sale at Jour
'i nal office. tf
GET TRICES On farm sale bills at
The Journal office.
FOR RENT SIGNS Tor sale at Cap
ftttl Journal office. ti
OLD PAPERS For sale at Capital
Journal office 10 cents a bundle, tf
FURNISHED Apartments, also barn
"f suitable for garage. 491 N. Cottage,
FOR SALE An exceptionally w fine
Berkshire boar. Phone UFO. sJpt29
FREE RENT Free home,
FOR SALE Or trade for wood, gaso
line engine. Phone 451. ' ti
ONE GOOD TEAM Of mares for snle
reasonable if taken at once, R. 3, box
20. Phone 7HF4. septSO
FOR SAT.E Thoroughbred Holstein
bull calf. B mos. old. Phone 2.'02V4
after ti o'clock) tf
FURNISHED Rooms and housekeep
ing apartments, rates reasonable
Close in, 160 Court. tl
SI- CHIROPRACTIC Adjustments
to, worth more. Dr. May, Hubbard
UfcT lOl K Trespass -Notices, , new
supply of cloth ones at Capital Jour
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms, new modern house. Phone
743J or call after 5:30 p. m. 810 N.
FOR RE.NT Furnish house, 7 room,
642 A. High; also 7 room unfurnish
ed house at 475 N. High. Inquire at
600 N. Hich or phone 1G06. tf
MODERN 5 room house for rent, very
reasonable, near school, church and
street car line. Enquire 1491 Sout'a
Com 'I. tf
FOUND 1 Bay mare, 900 lb. star in
forehead, left fore foot white. In
quire Center St, feed shed. oct2
ONE GOOD TEAM Of mares for sale,
reasonable if taken tit once. R. 3,
No. 220, phone 7SF4. sept29
AVANTED Well matured potatoes for
shipping. Mangis Bros. Phone 717.
WANTED To buy 0 or 8 choice milk
eows, must be fresh now or soon, none
but parties owning choice eows need
call. Tlione 1431 or 491. tf
WANTED Good work team, not utuf'r
1200 lbs. sound and true. Address L.
M. Herren, Route 7, box 104. Phone
WANTED A horse about 1200 lbs.
for slow light work, well cared for.
$20 limit, no traders stork. Address
J. T. Sherer. Phone "7F13. sept30
FOR SALE One ton Federal truck in
good condition. Interesting price for
cash buyer. Salem Fruit Co., 207 S.
Com '1 St. tf
CIDER AND VINEGAR Apnles want
cd.-Will pay cash on delivery. Sacks
furnished. Gideon Stolz Co., near cor
ner Summer and Mill Sts. tf
FOR SALE Or rent, modern five room
bungalow near Grant school, in good
repair. Will sell on terms or rent. B.
U. Mills, at bpauldtng Logging Co.
, office. ti
!FOR RENT Furnished cottage, bath,
electric lights, gas and wood range.,
cement basement, garage. 2 block;
from State house, 20.00. l.'iO S. 14th
PUBLIC SALE Of livestock, imple
meiits and household goods at the
old Sol Durbin place. 1 mile east of
penitentiary, Monday, Oct. 2 , 1910.
at 1 p. m. sharp. A. W. King, own
er, sept 29
FOR RENT Furnished Or unfurnished
leeping rooms, office rooms and
housekeeping rooms, reasonable ratei
W, H. Norris, Bee. Hubbard bldg
Boom 304. U
SECOND HAND Mens' clothing,
jewelry, musical instruments, tools,
(tuns, etc., bought, sold and traded
Capital Exchange, 337 Court St.
Phone 493. octll
FOR. SALE Or trade. fi.' acre farm. 10
acres in prunes, will trade for good
income or residence property iu Port
land or Salem, or for smaller place.
no Teal estate men need answer this
ad. Owner care Journal. Bept29
SALE SACRIFICE Our Hi-hland gar
den home, 2 ncres richest soil, new 7
room house, own complete' water sys
tem, 1 inch pipe nearly all over
place; eow. horse. 30 hens, waeon and
all tools, some household goods; good
barn will hold 4 cows. 1 horse, for
quick sale. $40W, J. A. Woodard
25Q3 N. 2T.th St. septSC
I i none o. iivt.
GIRT WISHES Housework. Address
0 3 care journal. . . oet4
WANTED A lady to assist with house
work. Call or address .1. R. 1299 S.
High St. or phone 1323. sept2
COWS FOR SALE One just fresh.
mile east of Englewood store on Mar-j
ket 6t. K. 1 D. 7. box til. sept29:
rrw.ri r ..A..-, i. i.a r c
UVVl' I ilMHIC IU I'M. O IllllfB K7 "
of Salem on slough road. Mrs. Ida
Tracy, R. ... sept.lO'
GIRLS OR WOMEN Wanted at the,
glove factory, 1435 Oak St.
ROOM FOR RENT Hot and cold wnt-1
er, electric lights. Phone 1072J, house
no. 904 S. Liberty St. sept29
FOR SALE One roller top desk at a
bargain, 40.') Hubbard bldg, Piioue
2o4 or 1722. scptUOO
LOST At fairgrounds,
purse containing $;2,
key. Reward for
WANTED Good second hand tent a
bout 10x12, must be bargain. Address
T-10 care Journal. . sept30
WANTED To trade. Maxwell auto
for 12o0 lb. team of horses. Phone
S1F2L . sept30
SEWING liy day or week, 7."c per
day. 500 N. Capital. Mrs. Newman.
MAN WANTED At once to milk l.'i
or 10 cows, Pim-kney Bros. Phone
LUST On fair grounds, yesterday, a
fftnev nutted diamond willow cirtie.
Finder call L. 11. Sutor, phone 827W
and get reward of $4.00. sept29
FARM FOR RENT 7." acre ranch,
ideal dairy farm, new buildings, reas
onable rent. Otto Schottninn, Mt. An
,gel. Or. oct2
FOR SALE Modern seven room house
and lot; eight bearing fruit trees.
Enquire ilen Perl'uh at Steusloff's
REWARD Of 20.00 will be paid for
information that will lend to the
arrest, and couviciton of the - part
ytlint cut my auto tire. Dr. P. H.
At the Quick Exchange Auction
Market which is located at corner
Ferrv and South Commercial streets,
opposite Murion Hotel, on Saturday,
Sept. 30, 1910, consisting of 3 good
Ranges, Dressers, Kxtension Tables,
Library Tables, Kitchen Tables, Rock
ing Chairs, Dining Chairs, Beds and
Springs, Kitchen Treasurer with top,
Horses, Wagons, Harness and many
other things. If you have anything to
sell bring it in.
Evervbodv welcome; ladies especial
Sale starts 1:30 p. m. sharp.
Auctioneer, phone fill .
DEP SEA SALOON ON
ITS WAY TO COLUMBIA
Eureka, t.'al.. Sept. 29 The power
schooner I moil, lull, led with whiskey,
is en route to mouth of the Columbia
river today to sell the liquor to fisher
men on the high sens. A telegram was
received by the authorities here from
the district ottornev of Clatsop coun
ty asking for information about the
Union's cargo, and indicating that
prosecution might be attempted.
Easy for Him.
"Do you have any trouble support
ing your family, Hastus?"
"Ah don't, snh: but ninh missus
'sperienees some difficulty."
IN THE BACK
That's the woman's dread when she
gets up in the morning to start the
dav's work. "Oh! how my back
aches." GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil
Capsules taken today eases the back
ache of tomorrow taken every day
ends the backache for all time. Don't
delav. What ' the use of suffering!
Begin taking GOLD MEDAL Haarlem
Oil Capsules today and be relieved to
morrow. Tuke three or four every day
and be permanently free from wrench
ing, distressing bacK pain. But be sure
to get GOLD MEDAL. Since 1090 GOLD
MEDAL Haarlem Oil has been the
National Remedy of Holland, the Gov
ernment of the Netherlands navingj
granted a special charter authorizing
its preparation and snle. The housewife
of Holland would almost ns soon be
without bread ns She would without her
"Real Dutch Drops" as she quaintly
calls GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Cap
sules. This is the one reason why yon
will find the women and children of
Holland so sturdy and robust.
GOLD MEDAL are the pure, original
Haarlem Oil Capsules imported direct
from the laboratories in Haarlem, Hol
land. But be sure to get GOLD
MEDAL. Look "for the name on every
box. Sold by reliable druggists in
sealed packages' nt 25c, 50c and $1.00.
Monev refunded if they do not help you.
Accept only the GOLD MEDAL. All
others are imitations.
Second In Production of Cop
Ail Kinds Growing
- Chicago,' Sept. 29. Japan is friendly
to the United States, but iu the days
that follow the end of the world war
...Ml I. 1 i 1 .'
;""; "e u" "U1"K " ' , 5U,.U"
l,l "lur; f. ,r",SV t. V ' J" i''
uiuu in. tut- L'uucu winico uicui .vij'ui -
j ation who arrived here today en route
,!. ti -i: : t ; i r
...... . , . .i
I wont to a hotel and expects to stay-
here two duva and then resume his
In response to a question as to the
'. probable duration of the war, Gary
"As far as I am personally informed
there is less reason to expect an early
termination of the war than there was
twelve months ago. I, of course, like
everyone else hope it will soon end."
Gary was ask d in regard to the at
titude" of the Japanese toward the
'"During my travels iu Japan I did
not observe any manifestation of anti
American feeling of the part of the
Japanese. There, may be a different
feeling among the members of the so
called war party, but 1 saw no outward
indications. I met many of. the lead
ing men and they made every effort to
convince mc of the friendly feeling of
the Japanese toward us.
''Outwardly Japan bears no indica
tion of the nation being at war. The
Japanese are going along as if there
was no war. They have taKen up ex
tensively tho manufactures that were
stopped in the belligerent countries be
fore the bcir'ninine of the war.
"Did vou know Japan is the second
Inruest Conner producing country in the
world. Iu Nagakasi 1 saw them
building warships but of course I do
not know for whom they were build
''Japan is busy making clothing and
shoes. She is becoming a great com
"BETTER LEAVE JUAREZ
E OCTOBER 6
This Is the Warning Issued
by Wives of Carranzistas
to Some Mexicans
By Webb Miller,
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Juarez, Mex., Sept. 29. "Vou had
better leave Juarez on October 3 and
tell your friends the same," is the
warning given today to seV'ral Mex
icans well known on the American
side by wives of Carranzista soldiers
in garrison here.
From this mysterious word it is
thought that October 4 is the dato set
for the long expected attack on this
city by Villista forces. The bandit
leader 'issued a threat after the battle
of Chihuahua City two weeks ago that
he would 'drive tho- Carran?.ista gar
rison at Juarez into the Rio Graudc
nver. ' '
. Extraordinary precautiois were ob
served last night by the de facto com
mander he.ro. Saloons and moving pic
ture houses were closed nt 9 o'clock.
It was announced that any civilian
caught on the streets after 10 p. in.
would be executed unless a satisfac
tory explanation could be given. Police
we're gi1en orders to see that all win
dows were closed to prevent sniping in
case of an attacli Cavalry pntrols
scoured the outskirts of the city.
Wives! of several 'rirrnii7.ista sol
diers told friends that October 4 is the
date set for an attack and that part of
the garrison would join the attackers.
The do facto garrison at Galena,
near the lines of the American puni
tive expedition, marched away in a
bodv under Manuel Guiterrer. and
Feline Pere. accordintr to an uncon
firmed report received here.
Expected. Audience Will Be
Larger Than That Greet
ing Mr. Hughes
Seattle. Wash.. Sept. 211. When
Senator .lumes Hamilton Lewis faces
his audience here tonight to speak for
the. re-election of 1'resident Wilson
the biggest political meeting of this
campaign will probably be staged. It
is predicted that the crowds will
bo bigger by several thousand than
the audience which recently greeted
Senator Lewis formerly lived in
Seattle for more than twenty years,
nnd was a congressman from this dis
trict. He started his career in public
life in Seattle and holds a warm place
with all classes. For a time after his
arrival in Seattle while a young man
Lewis was a longshoreman, and still
retains his membership in the union.
Last night he was banqueted by old
time friends, principally republicans.
To accoiiiniodte the crowds tonight,
the Arena, searing six thousand and
the Metriditan Theater with 2,000
capacity, have been secured.
HIS NAM STATE
His Principle Attack Is Now
Against the Adamson
Eight Hour Law
By Perry Arnold,
, (United Press staff correspondent.)
Binghamton, N. Y., Kept. 29. Repub
lican Candidate Hughes declared himself
here today in favor of "the general
principle of the eight hour day."
Discussing the Adamson bill, which
he has held was a surender to the rail
road brotherhoods in their threatened
strike, Hughes declared:
"1 am not opposed to the principle
of an eight hour day. I favor the gen
eral principle of the eight hour day. I
snouiu UKe to sec an eignt hour work
day. What is the object of itt It is a
relief from strain; it is to provide op
portunities for recreation; it is to give
the sense of contentment and reason
ableness in life, from the pressure of
But, he declared against surrendering,
"anything we have."
Harps on Mexico.
(UnitcH Press Staff Correspondent.)
Oueouta, X. Y., Sept. 29. History
slid back seven years today when
Charles E. Hughes "back home," was
stumping through the Empire State.
Back in 1909 the same Charles E.
Hughes swung 'up state" fighting
fiercely for the anti-race track bill
as governor of New York. Today,
grayer of beard and scantier of hair,
Hughes was fighting his way across
the state, in the old familiar territory
but this time apepaling for votes to
put him iu the highest office within
the gift of the people
He .is now buck in the same first
class fighting trim that he was as
governor. The huskincss of voice and
weariness of gesture that were so
plainly apparent in Pittsburg the day
beforo yesterday were gone today.
It was the issue of American rights
on which tho republican presidential
candidate laid most stress today this
and the moral issue of whether or not
there should be, according to the re
publican beliefs, a surrender to the
principle of force, exemplified in the
Adamson enactment of the eight-hour
bill. In between he mixed a sermon
on a protective tariff, solemnly warn
ing his audience that in the days to
follow tho European . war America
would have to watch carefully if she
was to mnintaiu hor place in the fore
front of nations of the world.
Question Japs Right to
Fish Inside the Limit
Los 'Anceles. Cel., Sept. 29. Jcop
arrtv of nglits ot Japanese to nsn-m
American waters alone tho Pacific
coast and possible matters of inter
national importance loomed today, ac
c.ordinir belief of lawyers in tho ac
tion brought by the tuna exchange
against the Halfhill Tuna 'company.
Arguments in the case' win pegin in
Federal Judgo Welllori.'.'xourt next
Ac.ordinfr to Attorney Earl Kogers,
lending counsel for the Halfhill com
panv, the Japanese, as aliens, have no
riiht to fish insido the three mile
limit, where many tuna are caught
While Rogers and his associates are
fighting tho leg 1 battle to win a free
hand for the Hulfhill interests to pur
,.h,m fih from Japanese who have
contracted with opposing interests, the
counsel declared the . question of
Japanese fishing within the three mile
limit timv nnme before the court for
form a Lawyers' Trust
Wash.. Sept. 29. The law
yers of Tacoma have joined the union
here. Thcv are not planning to go on
strike, but they are out to preserve
the living wage and -to Bwat "scab
itt...... -ml i-nt throat lawyers bo
tween the eyebrows. However, no v
t:,a Tui-nma liar association meet
inir lust niiiht. iiiiuni iiimislv adopted the
Can bill, or s.-heilule of fees, setting
minimum fees for all legal papers, pro
bate eases and law suits.
ti,:. :i u believed will prevent law
rL, ,.,i,l,.rliildiiiif each other and
shoving down the fees to bottom levels.
MAY BE LONG LOST BOY
Qiiincy, III., Sept. 29. A boy tullv
iiiK with the description of Jimmy
Glass, the famous "lost boy" of New
Jersey, is living with, the family ot
Mr. and Mrs. Mny MiKee nt I'ayson,
about sixteen miles from here. Authori
ties are making an effort to ascertain
the identity of tl"' boy.
SIXTEEN HURT IN COLLISION
New York, Sept. 2!I.-Sixteen per
sons were injured, two seriously in a
collision between two surface ears of
the L'nic.n railways, manned by crews
cm strike breakers at 171st street ami
Third avenue, in the Bronx this after
noon. One car was rounding u curve
when the second rammed it.
BAKERS GETTING BUSY
Pnrtlun.l Or.. Held. 29. M i e roscopes
may he served with restaurant dough-1
Miifa RATA Pfl lonir. so the diners eaiii
find them. The hole is i growing rapidly.
H. H. Haynes, president ot me -"aster
Bakers association of Oregon said
today the high price of flour would
necessitate smaller .longhnuts und oth
er pastries will ulso -diminish. Bread
also is shrinking.
MRS. LEDUC WILL TESTIFY.
Philadelphia, Sept. 2. Mrs. Joseph
C. Lcduc of Chicago has volunteered
to remain in Philadelphia to tertify at
the coroner's inquest to pluce blame
BEEN IN THREE WARS
Aged 94, Member of Light
Brigade Marries Four
Colorado Springs, Colo, .Sept. 29.
Charles A. Gordon, age 94, one of the
heroes of the Crimea, immortalized n
Tennison"s poem, still is the dashing
soldier when he rode in the rauks of the
famous Light' Brigade. . At a time of
life when other veterans would be
awaiting the bugle call for a literal
"charge into the valley of death" Vet
eran Gordon is starting on his sixth
Mr. Gordon, veteran of the Crimean,
American Civil war, the Boer war and
Kitchener's campaign iu India, surviving-
husband of five wives, today was
married to Mrs. Mary E. Dixon, age 78,
the relict of four husbands.
The bridegroom has medals and docu
ments to show that he was one of the
gallant "600 who won deathless glory bv
their reckless charge into the jaws of
Between wars he was married often,
his first matrimonial engagement begin
ning in London in 1837, on the day Vic
toria ascended the throne.
Mr. Gordon says he has been lone
some for many years, with no one to
look after his "boy in their motherless
home. His boy is James E. Gordon, a
youngster of 78 years, the same age as
for the deaths of J. C. Gravior and
Mrs. Harry Belzar of. New York) and
clear up the three cornered hotel
The condition of Mrs. Leduc, shot
by Mrs. Belzar, who killed GraMicr
and then committed suicide, was so
much improved today that physicians
no longer fear for her life.
(Continued from Page Eight.)
Schmidt, Katherine relief . . . . 40.00
Oeshazer, Mrs. H. N. relief .... 22.50
White, Mrs. J. F. relief ...... 20.00
Foster, Mis. relief 12.00
Guerin, A. L. relief ...... 10.00
Smith, A. H.. relief 15.0U
Glidden.'j. H. relief 10.00
Morton, Mrs. Curoline relief . . , 5.00
Gibson, Mrs. Gussie relief .... 32.30
Mack, E. A. relief 8.00
Weednia'rk, Mrs. V. A. relief .. 10.00
Smith, Mrs. Mildred rcdief ' 10.00
Kctchuin, M. B. relief .10.00
Green, Mrs. Anna relief 20.00
Hardwick, Charles relief ...... 10.00
Chulifaux, Mrs. Grandma relief 10.00
Dickinson, S. A. relief 10.00
Knott, Mrs. Melviua relief 10.00
Berlin, E. E. relief 8.00
Johnston, J. II. relief COO
Wilson, Mrs. D. E. relief .... 15.00
Sumpter, Lizzie relief ' 8.00
Wwcarington, Mrs. D. K. relief. . 12.00
Thrams, Mrs. H. relief 10.00
JUST GOT OYER A COLD?
Look out for kidney troubles and
backache. Colds overtax the kidneyB
and often leave them ".-as. For weak
kidneys well, read what a Salem man
r.d La rountam, retired farmer, 1910
South Liberty street, Salem, says;
Two years ago, I came down with a
heavy cold which settled on my kidney-s
and caused me a great denl of trou
ble. My back was sore and stiff. Mv
kidneys acted too freely and I bad to
fct up eight or ten times at night and
couldn't control the kidney' secretions.
I took three boxes of Doau's Kiducy
I'llls ami they stopped the misery in my
back and rid me of tne too frecpicnt
desire to pass tho kidney secretions.
Since then, my kidneys huve caused mc
but very little trouble and iu every way
I am enjoying the best of health."
Price 50c, at all. dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doau's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. La Fountain had. Foster-Milourn
Co., Props., Buffulo. N. Y.
CORK LEO SAVED LIFE
.Marysviiie, t nl., Mcpt. Sli. Kven a
cork leg is a blessing rather than a
handicap nt times. Miss Marv Del'riest
of l.os Angeles is alive today because
Howard C. Crai'itou, a civil war vet
eran who was tisliin on the bunk of
the Saeranientn river when the girl's
tiont overturneil, unstrapped Ins arti
fii-ial limb and threw it to her, keeping
the girl afloat until ( reightou s son
could rescue her.
DB. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro-
practic's Fountain Head, Davenport,
Iowa. If you -have tried everything
and cot no relief, try Chiroprac
tic spinal adjustments and get well,
Office 100-7-8 U. H. National Bank
Building. Phone Main 87. Residence
Money to Loan
ON Good Real Estate Security.
THOS. K FORD
Orer Ladd fe Bush Bank, Balem, Oregon
1 dXY AND FARM LOANS Any a
mount; low rates; promptly closed
attractive pre-paying privileges.
iave O'.-j per cent insurance money
to loan on Salem business and resi
dence property. Thos. A. Roberts,
205 U. 8. Nut'l Bank bldg.
stONEY TO LOAN- I have made ar
rangements for loaning eastern
money, will make very low rate of
interest on highly improved farms.
Homer H. Smith, room 9 McCornack
Bldg., Salem, Ore., Phone 00.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
' Classified Business ; v
A Quick, handy reference for busy people
Bales. Electrl Co., MaaonU Temple,
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING
T, V. Barr, 16 South Commercial street ,,, Umim 1M
TAANSFEB AND DRAYAGB '
Salem Truek k Dray Co., corner State ana front street : Ki r
NOBTH BO C PTD
No. 16 Oregon Express . , , . .5 :00 a. m.
No. 24 Eugene Limited 8 :02 p. m.
No. 28 Willamette Limited ...9:22a.m.
No. 12 Shasta Limited 11:55 a.m.
Kp. 18 Portland l'awienger . . . .1 :27 p. m.
No. 20 Portland Passenger ...5:00p.m.
No. 14 Portland Express 8 :04 p. m.
No. 222 Portland fast Freight 10 :80 p. m.
No. 226 Local way Freight. . . .10 ;86 a. m.
No. IS California Express. .. . 8:82 a.m.
No. 17 Koeeburg Passenger. ..11 :20 a. m.
No. 23 Eugene Limited 10:01a. nt.
No. 19 Cottuge Qrove Pans. . .4 :16 p. m.
Makes connection with N. 74 Geer
No. 11 Hhnsta Limited 8 :43 p.m.
No. 27 Willamette Limited... 6:18p.m.
No. 13 Han Francisco Eipresa 10 :30 p. m.
No. 221 San Francisco Fust
No. 223 Local way Freight .... 11 :40 a. m.
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No. 73 ArrlTea at Salem .....9:15a.m.
No. 70 Leaves Balem 9 :50 a. at.
No. 75 Ar. Balem (mixed) ....2:00p.m.
No. 74 LTe Kalem 4 :0 p. m.
No connection south ot Geer.
Saijsi, Fills Cm kso Westm
No. 161 I.t. Salem, motor t:Mi. n.
No. la Lv. Halem, motor 9:45 a.m.
No. 100 Lv. Salem lor Monmouth
. 1 :40 n. m.
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No. 18ft Lt. Salem, motor . .
No. 230 Way Fr't It. Salem.
No. 162 Ar. Salem
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No. 168 Ar. Salem
No. 170 Ar. Buleni
No. 240 Way Fr't ar. Salem.
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WILLAMETTE RIVER ROUTE
Orr;o Cffv Tranmnrtalton Compuni.
The Grahainona leaves Salem for Port
land at 6 o clock on mornings of Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday. No boat south
of Sajem. Moat leaTa Portland Tuesday,
Thureilay and Saturday mornings until
THE NEW MARION APARTJMENT8
Nelson G. Freemon, proprietor, os
cillating wall beds, hot water heat,
Dutch Kitchens. Beautifully locat
ed, opp. Marion park. 610 N. Com
mercial St., balem, Uregon. raont
209.. Janitor service. ,
FOR EXCHANGE We have a good
new and second hand store in one of
liveliest towns in the valley to ex
change for citv or country property.
Square Deal Realty Co., 202 U. 8.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
For water service apply at office.
Bill payable monthly in advance.
OHERSY ortY WOOD SAW We liTe
and pay taxes in Salem. Let Salem
people saw your wood. Phone 269.
1198 N. 21st. F. L. Keister, Wra
OREGON SCHOOL OR NEUROLOGY
Inc.. 428 Hubbard bldg.. Salem. All
drucless methods taught. Flora A.
Brewster. M. D.. dean, private pa
tients 1 to 5 r. m. Phono 212IH. tf
SEDUCED FREIGHT RATES To and
from all points, east, on all bousnold
conn's, nianos. etc. Consolidated car
load service. Capital City Transfer
Company, agents for Pacific Coast
Forwarding company, 101 South Com
mercial street, i'boue Alain w.i.i.
rT?R. B. H WHITE and R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerTe specialists. Graduate of Amer
ican school of Osteopathy, Kirksville,
Mo. Post graduate and specialized in
nerve diseases at Los Angeles college
Treat acute and chronio diseases.
Consultation free. Lady attendant
Office G03-506 U. S. National Bank
Buildins. Phone 859. Residence 346
North Capital street. Phone 409.
3ALBM SCAVENGER Charles Boos,
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
nnols cleaned. Office phone Main
247. Residence Main 2272.
WEBB & CLOUGH CO. C. B. Webb,
A. M. Clo:i!ih morticians aad funeral
.directors. Latest modern methods
known to the profession employed
499 Court St. Main 120, Main 9883.
IGDON-RICHARDSOA Co. Funeral
directors and undertakers, 252 North
High street. Day and night phone
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
Depot National and American fence
CO years experience.
Sizes 20 to 58 in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, etc.
Lotfonberrv and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 230
Court St. Phono 124.
127 North High
OREGON ELECTHIC RAILWAY CO.
4 :35 a m.
9 :45 a. m.
11:20 a. m.
1 :BO p. m.
4 :0O p. m.
8 :0 p. m.
7 :GS p. m.
Train No. Ar. Portlan
. . :65 a. aa.
. 10 Limited...
. 16 Limited ..
9 :26 a. aa,
11:38 a. sa,
11 :88 p. as.
4:00 p. aa,
5 :BO p. m,
7 :40 p. sa.
10:00 p. m.
POBTLAXD TO SALIII
8:30 a.m. Salem 8:35 Eugene 10:85 a. m.
30 a. m.
10 :4B a. m. .
2 :06 p. m. .
4 :40 p. m. .
. 13 Limited .
...17 Local .
, 10 ....
... 21 Owl ..
..12:55 p. -a,
.. 4 :15 p. sa.
.. :4A p. a.
.. 8:10 p. aa.
..11:20 p. as.
. . 1 :55 p. bu
. . 5 :80 p. m.
... 9:45a. m.
,.. 4 .00 p. at.
... 4:33a. aa.
6 :05 p. m. .
0:20 n. m. .
11:40 p.m. .
Lr. Corral I Is
4 -.10 o. m. .
7 :3 a. m. .
1 :D5 p. m. ,
5 :25 p. m. .
12 :0f p. m. .
. 10 Limited
.- 18 Limited
..2 Owl ..
Bitt'T u aarkt I v.-r
Lt. Salem. it. Eugene
1:55 a. m 21 Owl 6:50 a. sa,
10:10a. at 6 Limited ....12:25pm.
Lt. Halem Ar. Albaofr
12 :55 p. m , . . .7 1 :5o p. n.
Stops at Corrallla
Lt. Salem. Ar. Albaaf
4 :15 p. m 0 6:10 p. a
.. 7:85 a.
Lt. Salem. Ar. Bugeaa
6:45 p. m 13 8:50 p. m,
B :45 a. aa,
1:46 p. m.
4 :DO p. bl.
6 :30 p. m.
T :55 p. m.
8 :26 a. m.
12:12 p. m.
2 :41 p. m.
4 :10 p. m.
6:18 p. m.
10:15 a. m.
4 il i) p. m.
12 :55 p. m.
6 :40 p. m.
...11:33 a. m.
5:36 p. a
... 8:20 p.
... 8:00 p. a.
DB MOI.AY COMMANDERY, No. 6, K. T.
Itetrular conclave fourth Friday la eaca
month at 8 o'clock p. m., In UaaonM
Temple. Sojourning Sir Knights ar
courteously Inrlted to meet with ua.
Lot L. I'eurce, E. C, Frank Turner,
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D. Keelet,
president; Mrs. Lou TUIaon, aecretarw.
All cases of cruelty or neglect of diunS)
animals should be reported to Um
secretary for Investigation.
CHADWICK CHAPTER, No. 87, O. E. 8
tegular meeting erery first and lhir
Tuesday at 8 D. m. In the Masonic
pie. Minnie Moeller, W. M.J Ida
SAI.KM LODOE No. 4, A. F. A A. M
Stated communications Brat Friday M
each month at 7 :30 p. ni. In the Maaoote
Temple. Chaa. McCsrter, W. M.; 8. Z.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assembly.
No. 84, meets every Wednesday at 8 p. ta.
In Moose hall. C. O. Matlock, M. A.
C. A. Vibbert, secretary, Crown Druf
store, 338 State street.
A. O. U. W. Protection Lodge N. X
Meets erery Monday evening at 8 In IM
McCornack ball, corner Court and Liberty
streets, A. K. Aufrance, M, W. ; 8. A.
McFadden, recorder ; A. L. Brown,
tlaancler ; It. B. Duncan, treasurer.
R. N. of A. "Oregon Grape Camp," No.
1:100, meets every Thursday evening la
McOrnaek building. Court and Lllwrtf
streets ; elevator. Mrs. Sylvia Schaupp,
17111 Market, oracle; Mrs. Melissa Per
sons, recorder, l.Uo North Commercial.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Meet mil
Friday night at 8 o clock ta McCornauK
block. A. J. Hwelnink, C C ; L. 8. Deer,
clerk, BUT Court Street Phone 803.
CENTRAL LODfiE, No. 18, K. of P. Mo
Cornuck building. Tuesday evening ox
each week at 7 :3u. C. B. Barbour, C. C.J
W. II. Ullion. K. ot lt. and B.
HODSON COUNCIL, No. 1, R. A 8. M.
Staled assembly first Monday In rack
month. Masonic Temple. N. P. Kasmua
sen. Thrice lllustrloua Master; Ulena C
BALEM COUNCIL NO. 2U22 Knights ani
. Ladles of Security Meets every ad and
4tu Wednesday eacb month at Hunt
Hull. Visiting members are Invited t
attend. E. F, Waltun, financier, 480 M.
PACIFIC LOPfiE No. SO, A. F. k A. M.
Suited communications third Friday
In each month at 7 :3) p. m. In the
Masonic Temple. Hal V. Itolani, W. M.J
Eiuest II. Choate, secretary.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Ore
gon Cedar Camp, No. 6240. meets every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock la Mc
Cornack hall, corner Court and I.lbrrtf
streets. Elevator service. Geo. lieloohl,
V. C; 1. A. Wright, Clerk.
C ASTO Rl A
Yick So Tong
CHINESE MEDICINE AND
Has medicine which will ear
Any known Disease
Open Sundays from 10:00 8. m.
u&til 8:00 p. m.
153 South High Street
i Oregon, jraouo