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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOU RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, NOV. 6, 1916.
NEW TODAY -
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oe week ( insertions), per word 5c.
One month(28 insertions) per word 17e
The Capital Journal will not be re
sponsible for moro than one Insertion
for errors in Classified Advertisments.
Bead yonr advertisements the first- day
It appears and notify us immediately
Minimum charge, 13c.
TRESPASS Notices for sale at Jour
sal- office. tJ
HARRY Window cleaner.
ORDERS FILLEDFor home
apple butter. at 306; N.- High.
FUBNISHED-Arjartnaente, also ban
suitable for garage. 491 N. Cottage
WAXTHIK-Feed cutters! E. D. Minich,
R. 3.' novti
FOB" SALE Bicycle arid' boy 's over
coat, cheap. 404 S. High and Mill, no 7
WE HAVE Baled hay and oats for
sale. George Sweigie, Garden road, tt
ifbR BENT SIGNS For sale. at Cap
ital Journal office.' tS
GET PRICES On farm sale bills at
The Journal office.
OLD PAPERS-rFor sale at Capita)
Journal office 10 cents a bundle, tl
WANTED A position as nurse 'girl.
Phone 1810. - novi
WANTED Fat -and fresh cows. 14:
M. . irov29
FOR SALE Freah cow. eood milker
715 S. 12th street, over garage. . tf
WANTED To rent, pasture for a team
1'lione 474. novO
FOR RENT Well furnished honsekrw
ing rooms, close iu. 541 Mill. novO
For an le, in good shape.
St. . novO
FOR KALE Monitor seeder
condition. Phone 91F12.
R SALE Fir and ash wood. Leave
orders with J. .1. Hack, a. High, or
plu)iie 474. novll
LADY With 2 small children wishes
place as housekeeper, eoiintrv or city.
Address (.' 2 care Journal. nov
liOST Ladies gold watch .-with typo
graphical union fol. Phone 2S1W or
leave at "Jourmil .office, Reward, noli
IX) It SALE Four fresh cows, 3 .ler
Bcys and a .Durham with calves or
without. ..771 North Compie reiul. noS
TEAM FOR SALE A good cheap work
team for sale cheap, ait 200 Ferry St.,
care Giliims Feed Bum. novS
WILL THE rARTi'-"Who took the
boy 's wagon from , ItSO. Court . strewl
return same? No questions ,'askw, tf
WILL THE PARTY Who took the
boy's wagon from 160 Court street
return same? No questions asked, tf
PHONE 200 When you have wood
sawing to be done, all work .guaran
teed, Jim Rogers. nov24
GET YOUR Trespass Notices, new
supply of cloth ones at Capital Jour
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
(.'II AS. It. HOIXSKIN' General insur
ance, Stiretv Bonds, real estate and
rentals. Hubbard llldg. Phone 380. tf
WANTED To buy 6 or 8 choice milk
cows, must be fresh now or soon, none
but parties owning choice cows need
call. Phone 1431 or. 491. tf
ISTOCK RANCH For sale, will ex
change for desirable Salem residence
or acreage property. Box 43, Browns
ville, Ore. noxS
MALE HELP WANTED Firemen,
brnkeineii. beginners paid $120 month
ly, permanent; no strike. Railway,
1R SALE 1 bronze bed, spring and
mattress, .new quilt, bicycle, kitchen
ntentdls, muslin curtains, dishes, must
be sold todnv. 404 S. High, cor.. Mill.
FOR SALE Fine large Jersey cow
with heifer cult', very gentle, good
milker; also good 'ruling. Durham-
Jtti'scy cow, fresh. First street east.
Kruiid "house north asvlum. nov7
ilUiK EY Tp LOAN On second hand
mien's clothing, iewelrr, musical in
struments, tools, guns, etc. Also
bought, sold and traded. Capital Ex
change, '337'Court St. Phone 493. nol7
FOH SALE At a bargain. 1 work
team: 7 cows; 7 yearlings; 1 Jersey
bull; farm wngon, harness and farm
implements. Five blocks from the
Jefferson depot on the Pacific High
way. Jefferson, Oregon. Mrsi Emma
Whedbee. nov 10
THE NEW ARGO HOTEL T. H. Lhu-
terman, Prop. Chemeketn street be
tween Com. and Liberty, telephone
- 900. Absolutely clean, thoroughly
humelike, strictly modern. There are
larger hotels in Salem, but no better,
Rates from 50c a lav to $1.50. Spe-
eial rates by week or- month. decO
i" ttr..vr i.) acres nenrlv all in
cultivation, convenient to school and
i church. Good buildings and wel
watered. Also lit acres with siinilni
conveniences. Both places about 12
miles from Pur'hind. Ea-h $15(1.00
per yeaf. fqunre Deal Realty Co., 202
v. f Hank liiitg.
THREE House to house salesmen foi
live wire proposition. We furnish
all necessary equinnent to secure the
best results, i'eruianent employment
1 to man who can qualify. Experienced
men given the .preference. Apply at
once. Between 4 and tt p. m. .1. A
Webster, 441 X. High St, Salem. Or.
FOR SALE Baled hay and baled straw
Jiuuoarii tarni, Uarden road, novll
WOMAN COOK With boy of 5, wants
worn in amp. write Mrs. ll, E. Dow
ney. Corvallis, Or. novG
SIX CHIROPRACTIC Adjustments
fa. worm more. JJr May,. Hubbard
bldg. - novl6
WANTED To trade, 10 acres, close in.
for larger place Address W2 care
Journal; V .... novll
APPARTMENTS For rent, desirably
located, partly rurnwned, reasonable
rent. Phone 376. ,, tf
FOR SALE Or trade' auto in good
running condition. Salem Garage, 060
- N, Capitol. Phono 1Q10. " uov8
SMALL RESTAURANT On Court St.
to trade, for- Ford auto'. H. A,' John
son &' Co". ' - - ' - n0V(5
FOR SALE A. No. I 3200.1b. driving
mare, uuggy and Harness. Phone
12.14. - novO
GENUINE Ohio Maple syrup in gal.
cans, limited amount, 1.30 per gat.
Townsend Creamery. novO"
FOR SALE Bicycle and boy's over
. coat "cheap. 404 S. High. cor. Mill.
STOCK FEED Pumpkins and corn for
sale. Wanted a fow stock hogs. Phone
44F22. - tf
STEADY WORK For women or girls
at the Clove Factory, 1455 Oak St.
8 ROOM HOUSE 3 blocks from capi
tal ingood condition, $15.00 per mo.
Phone J. A, Kills, 10. novC
FOR SALE Span of brood mares, 8
years old; also 2 year old colt, 795
North Capitol. novO
FOR SALE Self computing butcher
scales cheap. May be seen at Fletch
er & Byrd's Feed Store. nov7
FOR SALE Bay mare, gentle, 8 years
old. weight lioo los., very cheap.
Inquire at Cherry City stables. nov7
FOR RENT Well furnished house
keeping rooms, close iu, 541 Mill St.
' Mrs. Eugene Prescott. novO
PIANO WANTED On storage in pri
vnte family best of enre. Address A.
11. care Journal. uov6
aiitpd 'Housekeeper my widower,
family of 2, close to the city. Address
J) care Journal. novO
WANTED Wood choppers, fir wood
U. C. Hoffman, Salem, Or., R. 9, box
102, : -aovfl
V. D. Abbott, lutei national Correspond
ence, schools, 315 Unk St., Portland,
Ore. ., - ...
FOR liN1!i 5 acres with 8 room house
bum, garage and. fruit, corlnio and
pnveu street, city, limits. W . A.- Li
ton. ... : i novll
FOR SALE Yellow stock carrots i.t
75 cents per sack, good cabbage at lc
per ll delivered.- Address O. Poage,
Ht. 3. box 193. now
ORGAN Cost 175 dollars, for sale 60
dollars. Gil)son.'s uiundoliii, cost 9;
dollars for sale 50 dollars. Capitol
Exchange. Court St, novll
FOH SALE Or trade, tenm of good
work horses, weight aoout 2SMJ0, J
chestnut sorrel and 1 bay, 0 and
years old. Also Royal blooded Poland
('liiun hour. Phoiie 310. nov7
WANTED 2 wood cutters, houses to
live in. stendv work year around. Ad
dress Wm. Sheridan, Turner, Or., lit
1 or. phone 33F24. nov7
FARM FOR RENT Sixtv acres wheat
land all in cultivation. Five miles
south of Salem, $150 cash. .No build
inffs. J. II. Robins, Turner, Ore, Rt
1. box CB. novll
U. S. Cashier Company
Loses Case On Appeal
Snn Francisco, Nov. 0. Conviction
of the officers and diiectors of the
United States Cashier company on
charges of using the mails to defraud
in the sale of stock in the corporation
on the guarantee of certain patents
held, was sustained Uy tho United
States circuit court of appeals iu a
decision handed down today.
Frnnk Menefeo, president; Oscar
Campbell, vice prtwident; B. F. Bonne-
well and 11. Al. Todd, directors, were
convicted in the lower court.
The cornoration had its principal
place of business in Portland, Oregon.
New York Central
to Build Many Cars
Columbus. Ohio, Nov. C The New
York Central railroad today uncov
ered plans for the linrueing of im
provements to total $19,95,000 when
they sought authority of the state
utilities commissioners to issue $12,
000,000 iu trust certificates.
Initial expenses to be covered in
part by the issue are the purchases of
four thousand box cars, three thousand
all steel freight ' cars, ten electric
locomotives, 100 steel passenger cars.
100 steel baggage cars and thirty mul
tiple unit cars.
CAST FIRST VOTE.
-Nx-wberg, Or.. Nov. C Mrs. Mary
Jane, neater, age S7, who camo to Ore
gon in 1850 and settled on a govern
ment donation claim, where she still
lives, will cast her first vote tomorrow.
CASTO R I A
3 THE MARKETS I
The following prices for . fruits
and vegetables are those asked by
the wholesaler of the retailer, ai.d
not what is paid to the producer.
All other prices are those paid the
producer. Corrections are made
Just as the. wheat market-was getting
ready , for. another advance -last week,
heavy rain were reported from Argen
tine resulting, in a general decline.
Hence prices hold just, alni.ut the same
in . the1 grain market and .there is nq ad
vance .in. tho retail price of'flour. ,
Oats, new. ',....r...
Rolled, bar Jej . . .
Shorts, per. ton ..
Hay, clover :
Hay, vetch :...
' Butter. " '"- '
Butterfat - --. ;.:...- 35c
Creamery butter, per pound Stic
Country butter : , 25(ix30e
Eggs and Poultry. '
Eggs, case- count, cash .......... 88c
Enes, trade - - 4uo
Hens, pound i 12VjI3o
Roosters, old, per pound ..... c
Broilers, under 2. pounds .'.14c
Turkeys ...... - 2021c
inicks ;. iimic
Geese -.: '-. 10c
Pork, Veal and Matton.
Pork, dressed 12 l-213c
Pork, on foot ;..... B 1-Z(ive
Spring lambs, 1916 ........;.......7V47VjC
veal, according to quality avyws
Steers i .......... 06
Cow ;. 8 l-24e
Bulls ; 83 1-4
Ewes r. 4C
Wethers 6 l-2
Ties and Dates
Figs, 70 four oz. 2.60
Figs, 30 12-oz 2.75
Figs. 12 10-ox. :.
Black figs ... .... 9c
White figs .......V.... 10c
Dromedary" dates o.o
Tomatoes, Oregon ........' .....:. . 80e
Cabbage ...i... ..7........ 40f
Cucumbers ". .,. -- . iOC
String garlic 1012 l-2c
Potatoes, sweot 2 3-4c
Potatoes, per 100 pounds $1.2l.5o
Green onions ,. 40
Green peppers 7o
Carrots, dozen 40s
, . . 2.50
Lettuce, California, crate
Egg plant ;
..' ' Fruits.
Oranges,- Valencies i...'.l....
Lemons, per box . . r;. .
California grape fruit . . . .
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch 45e
Sugar, cane .'. $S.70
sugar, beet .'. $8.50
Creamery butter 45e
Flour, hard wheat : u. $2.252.50
Flour, valley $1.902.10
Portland, Ore., Nov. 0. Wheat:
Fort vf old, $1.51.
Red "Russian, $1.43.
Oats; No. 1 white feed, $34.
Barley: Feed, $37.
Hogs: Best lire, $9.75.
Prime steers, $6-75.
Fancy cows, $0.
Spring lambs, $8.75.
Butter: City creamery, 35c.
Eggs: Selected local ex., 47 l-2c.
Geese, lKj?U l-2c.
ACHES AND PAINS
Don't neglect a pain anywhere, but
find out what causes it and conquer
the cause. Pain in the kidney region
may put you on your back tomon-ow.
Don't blame the weather for swollen
feet, it may be an advanced warning
of Bright 's disease. A pain in the stom
ach mav be the first symptom of ap
pendicitis. A creak in a joint may be
the forerunner of rheumatism. Chronic
headaches more than likoly warn yon
of serious stomach trouble. The best
way is to keep in good condition day i
in and day out by regularly taking!
GOLD MEDAL HAARLEM OIL Cap
sules. Sold by reliable druggiBts. Mon
ey refunded if they do not help you.
Beware of substitutes. The only pure
imported Haarlem Oil Capsules are the
Wheat Drops But Soon
Goes Above Opening Price
Chicago, Nov. 0. Wheat opened
slightly below Saturday's closo and
within the first fifteen minutes of trad
ing shot down over a point on general
selling. A recovery was noted as buy
ing onrers began to appear. December
was later up over the opening Unit at
1.82'.., Mav up 1 3-8 at $1.84 5-8; and
July up 7-8 at $1.4tij.
t orn recovered rrom a lower opening
today anil December was up 1-8 at 85
5-8 and Maq was up Vi at 87'...
Oats were steady. December was up
1-8 at 53t and May unchanged at 55
Provisions showed little activity, but
were generally higher.
CASTO Rl A
HOW GOOD THAT
It Gets to That Sore Spot
A'-a-h! That's delicious relief for
those sore muscles, those Stiff joints,
that lame back.
Musterole is a clean, white ointment,
made with the oil of mustard . and
other home simples,
It does the work of the old
fashioned mustard plaster, minus the
plaster and minus the blisterl
You simply rub Musterole oh the
spot where the pain is rub it on
briskly and usually the pain is gone.
No muss, no bother. Just comfort
ing1, soothing1 relief first a gentle
glow, then a delightful sense of cool
ness. And best of all, no blisters like
the old-fashioned mustard plaster used
! Use Musterole for sore throat, bron
chitis, tonsilitts, croup, stiff neck,
asthma, neuralgia, headache, conges
tion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago,
pains and aches of the back or joints,
sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chil
blains, frosted feet and colds of the
chest (it often prevents pneumonia).
25c and 50c jars; hospital size $2.50:
Mr. Gehlhar, tho republican candi
date for district attorney, has been at
tacked by his political opponents on
his military record. The following is
what the chief mustering officer, who
was at Clackamas, Oregon, lias written
concerning Mr. Gehlhar 's efficiency:
"Efficiency as judged:
(a) By condition of command: very
(b) By condition of equipment: very
good. - . . "
mtrol ot men:
(a) In a disciplinary way: very good.
(b) As a tactical leader: very good.
Fitness for present rank: qualified.
General estimate: An excellent compa
ny commander.'.' , , .
Gilbert's Estimate of Gehlhar
The chaplain of tho Third Oregon
infantry' writes as follows:
Wm. 8. Gilbert, CiaplniH,
Third Oregon Infantrv, .
. Clackamas, Or., Sep. 20, 1916
From various items appearing in the
press since the return of the regiment
from the Mexican border and specially
in connection with the taking of the
federal oath, it has occurred to me that
a wrong impression might he in the
minds of some regarding Captain -Max
H. Gehlhar of company iL Therefore I
desire herewith tp. express what I-behove
to be the seutiincjit-of the officers
and men of. the. regiment regarding
Captain Gehlhar: ' ,. . .. .
Caiitam .Gehlhar .'has been a most
faithful and efficient officer. He lias
been "scrupulously honest, and entirely
devoted to his company. He has been
untiring in his efforts in training anil
lending tho men of his command. He
has unvaryingly conducted himself ns a
man of fine sentiments and - of high
moral standards, in so large a company
of 142 soldiers, most of whom are pro
fessional and business men and all of
whom at iiersonnl sacrifice were in
the military service, many difficult sit
uations would arise; and in considering
the taking of the'vfederal oath there
would be many dissenting opinions. ln
all these trying mutters ( aptuin Gehl
har has been conscious of his tremend
ous responsibility. He is deserving of
the high respect and genuine gratitude
of every man of his company and of
the people of the community in which
(Signed) Wm. S. Gilbert,
Chuplain 3rd Ore. Inft.
A bridge across the Willamette river
is soon to be built and many tedious
and technical legal documents will have
to be prepared in connection with this
niHt.ter. Mr. Gehlhar 's omionents claim
that he is not competent to do this
work. It so happens that Mr. Gehlhar
has already prepared all of the papers
ia connection with this large undertak
ing and the papers were submitted by
the county courts of Marion and Polk
counties to the best attorneys in these
two counties and tho procedure, as pre
pared by Mr. Gehlhar, was approved by
these attorneys without change.
These attacks have been made
against Mr. Gehlhar by his political
opponents in an effort, to elect them
selves and defeat him. it is doubtful,
however, if many people, havo given
these adverse reports vory much weight
but all are entitled to know the truth,
and these letters have been published
in order that the truth might be known.
The program for the public library
lecture course is now completed for the
vear and is an exceptionally good one
Some of the best grand opera sing
ers in the world will he heard in the
records ami in connection with each
concert the story of the opera will lie
told. Tho librarv each rear has this
lecture course for the people of Salem.
It has been rerv much appreciated in
the oast and with such an attractive
prop-ram for this year should be one
of the most popular courses in Nniem.
The lectures will be held in the audi
torinm of the library on the second
an, I fourth Fridavs of each month from
November to April inclusive at eigin
o clock. The first nunuier win iik i"-
rant ooera II Trovatore next J-riday
pveninir anil Dr. Frank Wilbur ( hace
ill tell the story. 'J he entire progra
Nov. 10. Opera, II Trovatore, story
told by Dr. Frank Wilbur Chace.
Nov. 24. Health Insurance, Dr. Edwin
Dec. 8. Opera, Rigoletta, story told
Some of the "Operators" May
Get In Clutches of
Uncle Sam -
Washignton, Nov, 6. District attor
neys throughout the United States to
day tightened the Official nation-wide
investigation of food prices announced
yesterday by Attornev General Gre
Sufficient evidence has been accumu
lated already by district attorneys and
department of justice investigators to
warrant the declaration that the pres
ent increase in the necessities of life
is ''abnormal and suspicious." In an
official statement the attorney gen
eral today declared this to be true.
' 'Wherever such iucrease is found to
be due to conspiracy or other unlawful
action," he said, "the department will
invoke against the offenders the sever
est penalties which the law provides."
Broad, milk and coal increases, it was
said at the department, are the three
principal objectivo points of the in
vestigation. Rise in these commodities
absolute necessities of life it was
pointed out, strike right to the eco
nomic heart of tho nation.
If indictments were obtained in any
of theso lines it would have a whole
some effect on the producers in gen
eral, it is believed.
Particularly in the coal situation to
department officials feel that they will
be able to mako ut a good case. Facts
havb been uncovered, they report,
which indicate a conspiracy by coal
operators and the railroads to force up
the price of fuel. Federal investigators
are said to be unwilling to accept the
railroads excuse of insufficient cars to
handle tho coal as explaining the short
This Information May Be of Value to
Many Mothers in Salem
When there is added to the many
cares inseparable from the rearing of
children that affliction of weakness
of the kidneys arid auxiliary organs,
the mother's lot is far front a- happy
one. This conditio ' has ofteti ' beon
corrected by the use of Doan's Kidney
Pills. When relief comes the mother's
burden will be lighter and her home
Mrs. S. E. Lewis, 1157 Commercial
St., Silem, says: "I couldn 't recqm
mend anything" equal to Doan's Kidney
Pills for children who are subject to
kidney trouble. Since giving them to
my little girl, her kidneys let more
regularly and the trouble is gradually
being overcome each day. I feel con
fident that before long they will make
a permanent cure.";
Price 50c, at', all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney' Pills tho same that
Mrs. Lewis recommends. ': Foster-Mil-burn
Co., Props.',' Buffalo, N, Y.
bv 5Irs. Anna Rogers Fish.
'Jan. 12. Opera, Pngliacci, story told
bv Miss Minnetra Magers;
"Jan. 2(1. Oregon & California Land
Grants, Mr. L. E. Bean.
Feb. 0. Opera, Eriinui, story told by
Mis Lillian Guffui.
Feb. 23. Opportunities m business,
Dean D. Walter Morton.
Mnr 0. Opera, Carmen, story told by
Mrs. Richard Cartwright.
Mar, 23. Sixtv minutes in Constanti
nople (illustrated), Dr. Carl Gregg Do
April 13, Operas, Cavalleria anil
Madiirn Butterfly, stories told by Miss
April 27. Homes of the writers or
Mrs. L. II. Sheldon.
: died. :
EDWARDS At his home, 1110 Lee
street, Hundny morning, November 5,
1910, Hollis Edwards, in hia 01st year,
from heart failure
Ho is surrived by a wife and three
boys. Mr. Edwards was a barber with a
shop on High street opposite the Ore
gon Electric depot. Saturday evening
he worked until anout in o chick ano
was preparing to leave for his homo
when ho fell from an attacit of heart
failure and died a few hours later at his
Funeral services will bn held at 10
o'clock Wednesday morning from the
Evangelical church on Seventeenth
street, conducted by the Rev. G. .
Pltimmer and the Woodmen of the
World. Burial will be in the Odd Fel
Seattle Man Bets
$7500 On Wilson
Seattle, Xov. 0. Seattle recorded
7,500 cash bet on tho presidential elec
tion Saturdv-. Steve Bailey, a rettred
capitalist, put up the amount named to
cover 700 wired from New York by
a Wall Street firm to be wagered on
Hughes; 'Bailey took the Wilson end
at even monev. He has bet about
20.000 on the re election of the pros
ident and has had Seattle flooded with
money for two weeks that Wilson will
carry Seattle, King county and the
state of ashniton.
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311 Victor Bldg..
Washington, D. C. Nov.ll
DR. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
prac tic's Fountain Head, Davenport.
Iowa. If yon have tried everything
and got no relief, try Chiroprac
tic spinal adjustments and get well
. Office 406-7-8 U. 8. National -Baal
Building. Phone Wain 87. Residence
"TIBB A CLOUGH CO. C. B. Webb,
A. M Clongh mortieians and funeral
directors. Latest modern Jnethods
known to the profession employed
499 Court Et. Main 120, Main 9888.
RIGDON-BIOHARDSON CO. Fnnera
directors and undertakers, 252 North
High street. Day and night phone
Co., 820 N. Liberty
Phone 263. A com
plete line of Electric
Supplies and fixtures
WATER OO MP AXT
SALEM WATER COMPANY Off iec
corner Commercial and Trade street!
For water service apply at office
Bills payable monthly in advance.
OREGON SCHOOL OR NEUROLOGT
Inc., 428 Hubbard bldg., Salem. All
druglesa methods tanght. Flora A
Brewster, M. D., dean, private pa
tients 1 to 5 p. m. Phone 2124B. tf
SEDUCED FREIGHT BATES To and
from all points, east, on all honshold
goods, pianos, etc. Consolidated car
load service. Capital City Transfer
Cixpany, . agents for Paeifio Coast
Forwarding company, LSI South Com
mercial street. Phone Main 933.
SHOE REPAIRING Old shoes made
like new. All leather used in repair
ing. Fair prices to all. Modern Shoe
Repair Co., 461 Court St. Salem. no28
CIDER By the barrel or In any quan
tity at me a gallon at the mill. Uns-'
torn work at "c a gallon. Commercial
Cider works. Phone 2194. 1010 N.
Commercial .St. . . .. noy28
OREGON Wholesale and Retail Hide
aad Metal company. Highest cash
price paid for hides, pelts, rags, used I
machinery and junk of all kinds. A
good Btump puller for sale. 197 South I
Commercial, i'none 3U9. nov27
CHAS. B. HODGKIN Insurance, sure
ty bonds, real estate, rentals. iJOl
Hubbard bldg. Phone .380. deel
JHER3Y uriY WOOD SAW We livs
and pay taxes in Salem. Let Salem
people saw your wood. Phone 269.
n o a. 'tut. I. L. Keister, Wa
McMinnville College v
McMinnville, Or., Nov. 6. McMinn
ville college has succeeded in raising
its 100,0110 endowment fund. The cam
paign was started two years ago, and
closed at midnight Tuesday, when the
old collcgo bell for 15 minutes tolled
its paen of victory. Wednesday was
a holiday at the college and students
and faculty alike gave themselves over
to general "rejoicing. A huge bonfire
was one feature of the celebration. Dr
Havnes, who conducted the campaign,
sharing with President Riley the hon
ors of the occasion,
I'p until the lat hour of the cam
paign letters and telegrams brought
pledges for the fund.
A wider field of college activities
is uow promised.
Mexican Cotton Is
Calexii'o, C'al., Nov. 6. Customs of
ficials today Btoppcd all importation of
Mexicun cotton and cotton seed except
that grown iu tho Imperial Valley of
Lower California, Mexico, it was
learned here today, following the re
ceipt of a telegram from C. Ij. Marlutt
chniriiinii of the federal horticultural
board at Washington.
The Mexican cotton is infected with
a pink boll worm and the measure was
tnken to prevent spread or tne uisus-
Irons pest, in California's cotton fields,
The boll worm was first discovered
in cotton from the Laguna district of i
Tong War Settled
By Big Four Leaders
San FranciHco, Nov. 0. The tongldclivor on demand, and asks for judg-
war scheduled to start in tno t.nma-. mint ior mo ouvuuce .r, ui . up
town sections of San Francisco and mission, amounting to 400 in all.
Oakland todnv was averted late this
aftemooa when the head men of tho
four organizations Involved worked out
The settlement is said to include a
cancellation of the Suey Sing demand
upon a member, Mrs. Wong Yew, for
2,000 under thrent of death because
she charged the SueySine;B r bbed her
gambling resorts In Oakland and de
manded that the robbers be turned
over to American authorities.
CANNOT RECOGNIZE POLAND
Washington, Nov. 6. The United
Saftcj cannot recognize" Poland as an
independent power before the conclus
ion of nciice. it was stated at the stnto
department todur. Regardless of tho
reported action of the central powers
in proclaiming 1'oianci an inueiwinn-ut
kingdom, her status, from the stand
point of the United States, is still
'captured territory" and her future
position must be settled by the peace
0RS. B. H. WHITE and B, W. WAIj.
TON Osteopathic physicians J4
nerve specialists. Graduate of Am bin
.loaa school of Osteopathy, KirksrUl
Mo. Post graduate and specialized M
nerve diseases at Los Angeles eoUegw .
Treat acute and chronio disease
Consultation free. Lady attendant
Office 505-506 V. B. National Baa
Building. Phone 859, Residenee 844
North Capital street. Phone 4ftf
SALEM SCAVENGER Oaarlea BoosL
proprietor. Garbage and refuse ot all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and eesa
pools cleaned. Office phone Maiaj
2247. Residence Main 2272.
STOVES REBUILT AND BEPAIBJEH
60 years experienco.
Depot National and Americaa feaesi
Sizes 26 to 58 in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, etc.
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fonce and StoVe Works, 25J
St. Phone 124.
Money to Loan
ON Good Real Estate Security.
THOa K TORD
Over Ladd c Bosh Bank, Balem, OregoaJ
am AND FARM LOANS Any a
mount; low rates; promptly close
attractive pre-paying privileges. I
have SVt per cent insurance money
to loaa on Salem business and resi
denee property. Thos. A. Roberts,
205 V. S, Natl Bank bldg.
stONEY TO LOAN I have made ar
rangements for loaning anateni
money, will make very low rate ot
Interest on highly improved farms.
3omer H. Smith, room 9 McCoraaek
Bldg- Salem, Ore., Phone 96.
FOR RENT Five rooms close la, oa
first floor, use of basement Iig-hta
and water furnished, price 25.00 per
month; bIho two rooms in same bnd
ing with light and water for $0.00.
Square Deal Realty Co., 202 V. S.
Bank Bldg. ...
CHINESE MEDICINE AND
TEA COMPANY .
.Has medicine which will enre
Any known Disease
Open Sundays from 10:00 a. m.
- iatil :00 p. m..
153 South High Bteet.
Silam, Oregon, -. Venue S3S
' felix tsaacsoa bought another Claek
amas county lot of hops Saturday for
the Wolf Hop -company. It was the
Clias- Gclbrich crop of 59 bales, at 1
Henry L. Bents has taken in twe
ci.rlonds of contract hops, and is mak
ing every effort to ship them from the
Hopmere and East Butteville stations,'
but is having difficulty ia securing
The Wolf Hop company shipped
100 bales of hops Tuesday to the
Anlicuscr Busch brewery, St. I.onia.
Tho same firm, through Fell Isaac
son bought 10 bales from G. L. Gott
wald, at 10 cents, Monday.
Among tho hop sales of the past
week were the following: The Ern
CBt Hofer lot at Champoeg, 18 bales
to Henry L. Bents at 10 1-4 cents and
tho Ray Fish lot of 5! bales to Fclir
Isaacson for the Wolf Hop company, at
An officer of the Oregon Social
Hygiene society has submitted a re
port declaring that moral coaditions
in the big hop yards of the stats
showed a marked improvement thiB sea
son over former years. The report was
based on an investigation of one of the
largest of the many yurds he visited.
By stipulation of attorneys for both,
sides the hop crop of Gust Schulj, which
was recently levied On by the sheriff
to satisfy a cluim of 4192.25 held
.aetiinst him bv Villa Hofer, was released
Friday, by dissolution of the writ of at-
tachmcnt Another writ was issued for
j uttachment of real end personal prop-
crty of iscbuiz to tne amount or me
The Mop Growers- association nas
filed a suit against u. J. Aloe alleging
that the association had a contract for
his crop in 1015, 1916 and 1917, at 11,
9 and 8 cents a pound for choice, prime,
medium and common hops, that the 16,-
000 pounds raised in 1916 were worth.
on October 23, 12, IV and 11 cents, i ne
association alleees that Moe failed to
, Aurora unservor.
Steel Still Climbs
b Million Share Day
New York, Nov. 0. United States
Steel common jumped three points to
the new high record of 123 1-8 in a
million share -day of bullish activity oa
the stock exchange today.
Crucible and Amorican Locomotive
wero strong and there was activity aad
strength in rails.
Tho strong openTng on the eve of the
national election followed soreral day
or irregular shifting of prices.
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