THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCT. 26, 1916. YIVK shoe CO. ALL 50C HEELS Of W h Price 7 II HOURS -IL Portland to Ciiic i3 is the running time of UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM Crack Western Train "OREGON-WASHINGTON LIMITED" Leaves Portland Union Station 10 a. m. Daily Via the famous Columbia River Route. GO EAST UNION PACIFIC Joins West and East with a Boulevard of Steel Write Wm. McMurray, General Passenger Agent, Portland, for' Tickets, Reservations, Train Schedules and other information. Use the Night Service of the O.-W. t R. R. & N., the Short Line between I Portland and Spokane. It saves a business day. NEW TODAY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BATES Bats per word New Toddy: Each insertion, per worJ .lc One week ( insertions), per word....6c One month (26 insertions) per word 17a The Capital Journal will not be re sponsible for more than one insertion (or errors in Classified Advertisments. Bead your advertisements the first day It appears and notify us immediately Minimum charge, lSe. TRESPASS Notices for sale at Jour nal office. tl BTJBBEB Stamps made 165 S. Conol HARRY Window cleaner. Phone 70S. novll FOB 8ALE Hoibp, 1330 lbs., gentle, $25.00 Phone 45F2. oct20 FURNISHED Apartments, also bark suitable for garage. 491 N. Cottage HOUSEKEEPER Wanted in country Addrens K. H. care Journal. oct2b !WE HAVE Baled hay and oats for sale. George Swciglc, Garden road, tf FOB BENT SIGNS Tor sale at Cap ital Journal office. tl DAY WORK Wanted by young lady. Phone 1056W. Oct28 GET PRICES On farm sale bills at The Journal office. OLD PAPERS For sale at Capital Journal office 10 cents a bundle, tf GOOD PIANO For sale or trade for auto, 790 Market St. Phone 2081W. oct27 HOUSEKEEPING Room for woman, very reasonable. 200 8. 21st. oct27 BOARD And room at 2S0 X. High home cooking. uov2 WANTED Two wood choppers, work to bogin'at once. Phone 1H22J. oct27 GOOD MF.ALS Well served at 292 North Church St. Phone 1013. oet27 POTATOES WANTED Phone 203 or call 220 N. Liberty. uov2 WANTED Second hand ears at 240 State St. oct28 FOR SALE Zinu's candy store, make me an offer. oct28 WANTED Good 2nd hand typewriter must be standard machine uud reas onable. Phone 75F5. oct27 WANTKD $li00 nnd 900 on first class security at 7 per cent. Address I 5 care Journal. oct27 STUDEBAKER 6 Late model to ex change for mortgage on real estate. Address B 21 Journal. oct28 WANTKD Place to work for my room and board. Address H. G. care Jour nal. oct27 FOR SALE One Oliver typewriter, al most new, a real bargain. 1980 South Liberty. oct27 WANTED TO RENT 3 or 0 room bun galow, close in, occupy after Nov. 15. Address B 0 care Journal. oct28 FOR BENT Small houso and acre lot cheap, 2800 Brooks Ave. B. S. Leach. oc(31 TIIONE 20fi When you have wood sawing to be done, all work guaran teed, J im Rogers. nov24 BOOMS Or board and room, reason able; also single meals 23c at 404 South High. oct26 FOR RENT River bottom farm near Salem, and stock. 302 Salem ltank of - Commerce bldg. tf FOR RENT Ten acre tract with eight Toom house, on Wallace road. For fur ther particulars phono 30F2. oct20 WILL TRADE Auto for good milk cow and $30. inquire 1720 Lee St. oct28 GET YOUR Trespass Notices, , new supply of cloth ones at Capital Jour nal tf FTJBNISHED Booms and housekeep ing apartments, rates reasonable close in, 100 Court V SIX CHIROPRACTIC Adjustments $5. worth more. Dr. May, Hubbard bldg. novlG . FOR SALE Cheap, Manns green bone cutter, also No. one grain seeder. E. J. Miller, Turner, Ore. oct26 COW FOR SALE Jersey, just fresh, " 4 years old next month. L. A. Grotc. box 53, route2, 1 niiles west of bridge. oct27 WANTED TO RENT Wholly or part ly furnished house, family of throe, lio children, give rent and location. H. K. Capital Journal. oct28 WANTED 12 to 13 men to clean out ditch nnd swamp land, wet job, should have gum boots. Phone 1035W or see Lee W. Acheson. oct2(i POTATOES We are always in the market for potatoes in small lots or car lots. Mangus Bros. Phono 717 Salem. Or. och'SO HAVE YOUR House reshinglcd, tar red or repaired by Kays and Donald son, phone 044R or 747 M. Work guaranteed. oct30 FOR SALE Or trade for cows, or what have you, balance $15 per mo. int. on principal, my 0 room new modern house. Address G. W. C. care Journal. Novl MONEY TO LOAN On second hand men's clothing, jewelry, musical in struments, tools, guns, etc. Also bought, sold and traded. Capital Ex change, 337 Court St. Phone 493. ol7 WANTED To buy 6 or 8 choice milk cows, mnst be fresh now or soon, none but parties owning choice cows need ealL Phone" 1431 or 491. tf FOR SALE One buggy, one mountain hack, good as new, one span brown horses, weight about 1100 en'h, will seU for cash or trade for cattle. For any information call zos. octzu 20 ACRES Plow land for rent, horses and cows taken to pasture, also 100 eords 2d growth fir for sale and w i s-hnptt R 1. Phone 8F23. - - y B(.VG Phone 81 NEEDY WOMAN With three small children, wishes place as housekeep er, no wages, country preferred. Ad dress Mrs. M. E. Downey, C'orvallis, tire. oct28 MRS. JENNY E. GLAESER French teacher," will begin her lessons on French grammar and conversation, the first of November, 1910, at her home, lloO orth loth street. FOB SALE Fine five year old Dur ham-Jersey cow, just fresh, heavy milker, good tester, very gentle; also fine large Jersey cow, fresh, gentle, test 5Vj. First St. cast, 2nd house north asvlum. octJi Vv ANTED Elderly couple to do light work on farm, home accommodations and smalj pay for services (Herman people preferred) Apply at 403 South ( otumercial street ror particulars. oct28 hyamforilson By Bainbridge Colby Progressive Candidate forUnited Slates Senator in New York State, Who Twice Nominated Theodore Roosevelt for ' the Presidency in Progressive Conventions. As a Progressive, I am supporting- President Wilson because ho is the foremost progressive in tho country today. Ilia record is one of devotion to progressive principles and o f extraordi nary persist ence and suc cess in trans lating them in to law. The opposi tion to the President i s sinister and contemptible. It is composed of all the shrill and discordant forces of envy, s e If ishness. privilege and faction, both alien and native. j The speeches of Hughes are nothing but calculating evasions. He is trying to play both ends against the middle, and by con fining himself to timorous gener alities he hopes to avoid offense to any section of his motley fol lowing, and thus "get" the voters "coming and going." His insin cerity is contrasted with the courage, candor' and patriotism of the President, whose re-election, I am thankful to say, ia as sured beyond doubt lis 1 V " ? A Wheat Drops Back to the $1.80 Mark Chicago, Oct. 26. Wheat recovered its early decline when new buying was encountered, but further liquidation by weak holders kept prices steady. De cember was ud one over today's open ing at $1.80 1-2; May unchanged at $1.79 3-4. Corn opened lower but recovered un der pressure from pit traders and longs, who feared the early movement of new corn. December was up 3-8 at 87! May down 1 at 88 3-4. Oats were down slightly on free sell ing. December down 3-4 at 53 3-8; May down 1-8 at 57. Provisions TVere lower on scattered realizing. BEAN PRICES UNCERTAIN WILL TAKE STEPS 10 :E SECUR Company M In Peculiar Shape Will Take Law to Dis- ; charge men In order that the men of the Third regiment who did their three months of service on the border unci who did not sign the federal onth and thus come under the control of the United States government may be given legal dis charges, the acting adjutant general of the Oregon .National guard, -Major V. V. Wilson, proposes to go before the next legislature and ask for a law by which the men who do not come under tho pay bill can be discharged. This information was received this morning by Captain Max (iehlliur, commanding M company. According to Captain Gehlhar, the enlistment contract is n public contract and neither party can legally Bever it except through due process of law. Un der the new federal statute, the enlist ment contract with the state has not been abrogated but the men who did not take the federal oath cannot be held by the state because the federal law prohibits the state from maintain ing any troops other than those (ire scribed i 1 11 the act. To clear up this situation the adjutant general will ask the legislature for a law granting legal discharges. Under the law . discharges can be granted for several reasoiiB but in the case of the men who are hero in Salem they are not operative and the only way to discharge them legally is to have a law passed granting that power. Under the new law that went into effect July 1, the old national guard companies had three options on muster ing out of the federal service. They could be mustered out entirely and lose identity as an organization; or they could take the men who had taken tho oath and organize a new company; or muster the old company into the fed eral service. This hist is what took place with M company at Clackamas on September 19. So the company is still an organization. Coos Bay Towns Make Big For Naval Base San Francisco, Oct. 20. MaTslifield and other Coos Bay, Oregon, towns are the only Pacitic coast seaports to make any real effort lor the locating of the big naval base by forwarding written staOements, data, etc., it is learned from Washington. The delay on the part of San Francisco, San Rafael, Astoria and other cities seeking the base to furnish data regarding their claims is delaying the work of the nav al committee seeking to recommend a site. Now it is the bean situation that is attracting attention. It seems that Cal ifornia has a fair crop but of poor quality nnd that Michigan has a good crop, the best in many years. The dif ference between the Michigan and Cal fornia crops is 73 cents a hundred freight and the general feeling among local commission men is that there is a prospect of the market weakening when the California crop of inferior grade is thrown on the market about Novem ber 1. Farmers in this part of tho val ley nre holding for higher prices. DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL Classified Ads BRING YOU RESULTS Prompt Service A $200,000 Fortune From the Little 9 Rooms for Rent Want Ads There's a woman in Cleveland, Ohio, who has amassed a fortune of more than $200,000 through the use of want ads. Beginning with a small house with but two extra rooms which she advertised for rent, the foundation of the total was made in less than five years. As' income increased entire houses were leased and re-rented to roomers through the mighty little want ads. Eighteen years have elapsed since the humble be ginning, but methods have not been changed the little want ad costing but a few pennies a day is still renting rooms still piling up profits. YOUR vacant room may likewise prove the be ginning of a fortune. Advertise it in the "Rooms for Rent" columns of The Journal, and keep the revenue coming. Then get MORE rooms, and keep them in the live, pro ducing class, by the SAME unfailing means. What one has done, others can do, and the little "want ad" will help you to success. , I m Try the new " It's made the Wriijlcy Way How Three Flavws Have a package of each Always in reach Don't forget YJRIGLEY5 after every meal (Wis! ' . I 1 TTL v V A "Mini" of Pleasure m mm.m m m 0 A W tor a mete or iosi jp-g He Court House News Mrs. Lillian Sims, wife of Paul Sims, of this city, on petition of Mrs. Mabel Jenson was examined this morning by Dr. W. If. Hyrd and committed to tho state hospital for the i una no by Judge liushey. A inarriago license was issued this morning to Karl Waldo linker, of Clyde Michigun, and llertha Elizabeth Dun can, a Salem school teacher. According to lien F. West, county as sessor, if tho amendment to the consti tution making provision that school districts can only levy six per cent of tho past year's tax levy passes nt the election in November, a number of school districts in Marion eoiintv will 'liuvc to hold an election and make an other levy. Under the present liingham law the tax levy for school districts is not to exceed six per cent of the past two years. The new amendment would reduce this to one year, which, as the tax levies have practically all been made, will cause some school districts to exceed the six per cent limit should the measure become a law. The school district election would have to be held in order to comply with the new law. deorge Fcndiich, who Is charged by J. F. Jones, district sealer of weights and measures, with "operating scales for hire without keeping a record of all weighings made and for using false weights," was taken before Justice Webster this morning, who bound him over to tho grand jury. Mr. Jones said this morning Femlricli, who runs a slaughter houso south- and eiiHt of Sa lem, had 1 l.i- lit ounces ot leua in ins weights, which, when computed on a largo scale, is said to make considerable difference in wviunts. The discovery nt in i if f itrjtm.a wuu inuiln in the ... - i.. i L . . ... 'I....l..a WCIglll OL 1IUKS Dl'IUUglM IU V.IIUIIUI, I'm lis. PARENT-TEACHERS ASSOCIATION The Parent-Teachers association, of tho Highland school mot last evening for a general social gathering nnd also a discussion of topics of special inter est to the neighborhood. Short talks were mmlc by Superintendent John W. Todd and director A. A. hee. Arrange ments were mndo for a picture contest this winter whereby whichever room brings the greatest number of purents to a meeting, is entitled to tho picture for tho coming month. There was a dis cussion regarding tho bad sidewalks leading to tho school and tho decorating of the school grounds. The patrons of the school expressed their pleasure over the fact that tho partition in the as seinnly room had been removed. BORN Portland Has Many Big Ships to Build Portland, Or., Oct. 2U. Toi-tlnnd ranks next to Sun Francisco in 1'ucil'iu Coast shipbuilding, according to i'ig uros compiled here today. Thirty-eight contracts totalling 2l,ii'J0,0(Ki in valuo urn in tho hands of local shipyards, tho statement shows. This table gives the following line up: Sun Francisco art contracts worth K,U00,0Ul. Portland :H contracts worth if-'!,-020,000. Heutllo 21 contracts worth 21,0iM), 000. Astoriii-St. Helens 22 contracts worth .,:iiHi,OiHl. RIOHtV-To Mr. and Mrs. M. Riggs, at tho Salem hospital, Thursday, Octo ber 211, lOin, a son. LADIES AID SOCIETY The eight circles of the Ladies' Aid Society of the First Methodist church met yesterday and decided on several plans for the coining winter. The most important was the decision to eventu ally have the church covered with a climbing ivy, similar to tho one ou tlm city hull. IJcforu this ivy is planted, the church will be painted with ;i waterproof pnint. Other improve ments contemplated by the aid Hiciety is thnt of tinting tho walls of tho la terior of the church and tho placing of a rubber nintting on the hulls and stairways. The ladies are also plan ning to hold their animal lmzaar tho first woek in December. A report whn made to the effect thai the aid socie ties had cleared 710 by their work during the state fair. Mrs. .1. A. Mills has served as president of the eight circles during the past year and will be succeeded by Mrs. II. U Steeves who will preside beginning at the next meeting.