Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, November 10, 1916, Page SEVEN, Image 7

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOV. 10, 1916.
SEVEN
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- NEW TODAY
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sponsible for more than one insertion
lor errort in Classified Advertisments.
Bead your advertisements the first day
it appear! and notify us Immediately
Minimum charge, ,13o. ..... '-
TRESPASS Notices tor sale at Jour
nal office. - t)
HARRY Window cleaner, rhone 768.
' '. 1 ' novll
FOR SALE Fine prune Tatieli, well
improved. See 11. V. .lohuson, tf
WANTED Milk cow for winter's keep
Address T. h. care Journal.' novlO
FOR SALE Good Jersey- mit,- will be
fresh booh. (iWFil. ' novll
WANTED Wood cutters iH.OO
cord. Phone K. A. Way, OS'li.
per
tf I
WANTED llpys to insert on Saturday.
C'U, see circulation mgr. or phone SI
DU KS8MAK ER Of experience desires
work by the day. Phone J951 It. noil
ORDE.HS FILLED For borne
apple butter at 365 N. High.
made
tf
FURNISHED A Drt men ts, also barn
suitable for garage. 491 N. Cottage
FOR SALE Baled hay and bnUul straw
Hubbard farm, Ourden road. novll
WE nATE Baled ha and oats foT
aale. George Sweigle, Garden road, tf
FOB BENT SIGNS For sale at Cap
ital Journal office. t)
GET PRICES On farm sale bills at
The Jourffal office.
WANTED
. M.
-Fat and fresh, cows. 1425
nov29
FOR SALE Fresh cow, good milker.
715 8. 12th street, over garage, tf
.FOR SALE Fir and asli wood. Leave
. orders with J. J. Rack, N. High,,or
phone 474. novll
FOR SALE 12 larc early spring Buff
Orpington, pullets, 30c eiu'h. Phone
25(10.13. . novlO
nOI'SEKEEPING Rooms, three neut,
clean well - furnished rooms, .modern
conveniences. HHJ N, Front. ,-. novlO
HOUSEKEEPING Hootus for bache
lors $;j)0 month. Leonard Hotel An
nex. ; i . novll
WOOD For sale, $2..iQ pe'r cord, old
rod fir to be cut at once, E. L. Os
tcrgard, Independence... f .. novll
WANTED-rTo.-puichntVi.a small ..busi
ness. Address L. I II. cure .luurnul. ..
novll
HOUSE Wanted small furnished, for
party of 2, must be close in. Address
box X N care" Journal.
WANTED Small furnished house,
close in business section of city. Ad-
dress X X care Journal." novll
GIRL OR WOMAN Wanted for house
work. II. Steinboek, 302 N. C'om'l St.
v Phone 808. tf
WILL. THE PARTY Who took the
boy 'g wagon from 100 Court stroet
return samef No questions asked, tf
WILL THE PARTY Who took the
boy's wagon from 100 Court street
return samef No questions asked, tf
PHONE 206 When you have wood
. sawing to be done, all work guaran
teed, Jim Rogers. nov24
GET YOUR Trespass Notices, . now
apply of cloth ones at Capital Jour
nal tf
WANTED Gentle horse. 1100 or 1200
lbs. free driver. Must bp safp for
women and children. W. M. Goodo,
1093 8 .Kth St. . novlO
FOR SALE Twelve tons loose mixed
hay in btrn 5Vi miles from Salem on
the yuinnby road. Inquire 3-10 N.
15th St. iioxlO
WANTED To buy 6 or 8 choice milk
cows, must be fresh now or soon, none
'but partios owning choice eowi need
ealL Phone 1431 or 491. tf
ORGAN Cost 17,1 dollars, for sale GO
dollars. Gibson's mandolin, cost 95
, dollars for sale i)0 dollars. Capitol
Exchange, Court St. novll
4.000 TO LOAN" A client lias instruc
ted me to lend this amount on first
- class security, country or city, in one
Hum or smaller amounts. Elmo 8.
White, attorney, 402 Mnsonie Temple
' - novlO
MONEY TO LOAN On second hand
men's clothing, jewelrv, musical in
struments, tools, guns, etc. Also
bought, sold and traded. Capital Ex
change, 337 Court St. Phone 4M. nol7
FOB SAI.K oue pair geldings, weight
biuu IDs., gentle ana true. .Must sell
at once, price H'O. Also one grev
Rclding, 5 yrs. old, weight 1100 lls.,
gentle for lady, single or double,
price fHo. Also light hack f):i. Gil
liam stables, 2j4 Kerry iSt. novll
FOR SALE
At a Imrenin. 1 work " w" ?,ff,e oneed today,
rs; 7 vearlings; I .Tersev I Otherwise activity was confined to in
wagon harness and f arm ! ternuttent canuouading and skirmishes
team; i cow-
bull; farm wn
implements. Jive blocks from the
Jefferson depot on the Pacific High
way. Jefferson, Oregon. Mrs. Kruina
Whcdbee. novlO
THREE House to house salesmen for
a live wire proposition. We furnish
aB necessary equipment to secure tho
best results, reruianent employment
- to fhsn who can qualify. Experienced
men given the preference. Apply at
once. Between 4 and rt p. tn. J. A.
Webster, 441 X. High St, Kalem. Or.
novll
r'RESH COWS For sale. Phone 58P3.
novll
WAXTKDPetite prune trees. 4 to 6
ft. Phone 41Kl!3 aovlS
SIX CHIROPRACTIC Adjustments
$3. worth more. Dr. May, Hubbard
P'dg. ..'.- . , . novlO
WANTED rAt once good girl for gen
s oral housework, 314 U, S. Batik bldg.
. novl3
WANTED ToHrade, 10 acres, close in,
well improved, fjr larger place. Ad
dress W 2 care Journal. novll
APPARTMENTS For rent, desirably
located, partly furnished, reasonable
rent. Phone 876. : : - ' tf
STOCK FEED Pumpkins and corn for
sale. Wanted a few stock hogs. Phone
44F22. tf
BOYS WANTED Hoys wanted to sell
Journals on streets of evenings. Call
see circulation manager or phone 81.
FOR RENT 6 room house and barn,
2 lots, Wa Winter St. Inquire 2011
Maple Ave. . novlO
SHOW CARD WRITER Wishes posi
tion in store. Can djess windows. C.
care Journal. novll
FOR. SALE at a bargain, an "Over-
laud Demitonueau" car with extra
lied 4(175." Salam. Garage OOl) .North
Capital St. Phone 1010. novl4
WANTED Position by experienced
cook mill housekeeper, best of rciir-
ences. Phone 102, K alter 1 p. in. and
0:30. novll
WANTED Ambitious lady for good
business propositionFor particulars
' call in person. Room SM-; Marion Ho
tel. novlO
I
JACOB YOGT 979 South Commercial
street, invites his old friends to call
on hiin when in need of shoe repair
ing. Best of work at lowest priees.
declO
FARM FOR RENT Sixty acres wheat
land all in cultivation. Five miles
south of Satan, $150 cash. No build
ings. J. H. Robins, Turner,-Ore, Rt.
1, box CB. ' novll
DANCING I have just returned from
Prof. Riugler's dancing academy,
where I have taken a normal course,
and ani prepared to tench the latest
official ball room dances. Private
lessons for the price of cluss lessons.
Phone I3N0J for appointments. D. G.
Alkirc, 923. N. 10th St., Salein. novlO
FOR SaTjE Dandy grocery and coit
feitiouery at Invoice price, nbout
$1000; will lease building' and fix
tures of sell building at cost; three
living rooms in rear; fine location,
, block from school. Bv owner, It. C.
iOlXeill, 303 S. 23th -street Salem,
phone S.'i4R. '. . ' novlo
Weather Permitting
; Fighting Is Resumed
Berlin, via wireless to Snyville, L. X,
Nov! 10. Taking advantage of very
favorable, weather conditions, the Fran-o-Britndi
forces Teaunied heavy of
fensive actions along a front from Enu-court-L'Abbaye,
due south of Bnpaume,
to Suilly, the war office announced this
atfernoou Near Sailly, the statement
said tlie attacks "were partially re
pulsed." League to Enforce Peace.
Washington, Nov. 10. German Chan
cellor Von Bethmann-Hollweg declara
tion for the principle of a lenguo to en
force peace was a direct answer to the
American league's request to the Ger
nitiii guvernmout for an expression of
opinion, it wag learned today.
Submarine in Gulf. s
Galveston, Texas, Nov. 10. A Ger
muu submarine is believed to be op
ernting in the Gulf of Mexico- The
Harrison liner Engineer is Teported to
have been gunk. 8he sailed from Liv
erpool October 21, for New Orleans, via
Central American ports. Agents here
say she should have been eu route from
Belize to New Orleans at the time she
was reported submarined.
One Million Dead. -
London, Nov. 10. German 's count of
her dead for the war numbers nearly a
million men, according to the official
casualty list received here today.
Battle is Raging.. '
Petrograd, Nov. 10 Kituinninn troops
have suddenly developed a utrong of
fensive toward Predcal, and have en
veloped the enemy's left flunk, the war
office announced today. The battle
continues to rage.
" righting, for Bridge. '
- Petiognnt, Nov. 10. liussinn forces,
mounted and on foot, are engnged with
the enemy two miles west of Czernnvo
da, tho war office announced today. The
victor will gain possefciiou of the bridge
head which is of great strategic import
ance. After sharp fighting the Kimsians oc
cupied Duiuirenv, two miles from Czer
navoda. They took n number o'f pris
oners. , ' j.
Seventy-seTen Air Tights.
Parish, Nov. 10. French aviators
...! : rt i. ...u-.i..
in which 10 Germnii. were brought
at various points.
s ' 1 -
A small bag of unslaked lime fas
tened inside a piuiio, just under the
lid, will absorb dampness and prevent
the strings rusting. -
N;
NEW TODAY ADS WILL BE
-''read in the Journal in all live
llariou"county homes Trv 'em.
King George's Uncle Sails,
Port and
DUKE mi DUCHESS OF CONMU6HT
The Duke of ConnnnrAt, retirinc eov-l
ernor general of Canada, with tho i
JJuchess of Connaught and Princess
Patricia left Ottawa to return- to Eng-j
land. Due ' to war conditions their
port of departuro and the date' of
their sailing were withheld.- -
Tho Duke of Connaught became gov
ernor general in October, 1911, and has
been one of the uiost popular of fan-
Kindness Fails to -,
;. " Move Corporation
The following letter from V, M.
Hamilton, chairman of the depot com
mittee, of the Commercial club to Jos
eph H. Albert, president will be of in
terest to those who are becoiuinz rath
....... t
If ; i
7
er pessimistic as to' the intentions- of or-about" 7:30 o'clookp in. on the
.-u - u .i , , 4. ..120th day of November, 1910, or at any
fhe Southern Pacific in regard to that ., .'. ,; ii,. f.,.,.ii (l .,;
long looked for new passenger depot at
Salein: :. , ' " . '.
Oct. 27, 1911).
Mr. Joseph II. Albert. .
President, Salcra Coni'l Club, 1
Salem, Oregon.
Dear Sir: I wish to report that in re
sponse to a - recent communication
which I addrcsscdto Mr. J. H."Dyer,
assistant general manager, of tho 8. P.
Co., asking for information relative to
the new depot, tuat 1 am in roceipt ot
a reply to the effect that on inquiry,
uis pin.. uu.u ......
rearrangements were made in the plans
and specifications after he had submit
ted the same to them, and that this has
delayed the matter'' on account of tho
necessity of getting tho Ct. K. of those
concerned, to the alterations proposed
in the waiting room, ticket office ar
rangement, etc.
He further assures me that lho mat
ter is not being neglected, but is de
cidedly on the active list of Undertak
ings, and states that he hopes to soon
be able to give us information as to the
final, approval of plans and authoriza
tion to commence construction.
Eespectfully,
(Signed) V. 41. Hamilton,
Chairman, Depot Committee
President Gets Oration
from Great Crowds
Williamstown, Mass., Nov. 10. Pres
ident Wilson's trip through Now York
today - was replete with the thrills of
a -victory. At every point crowds
hailed the train as it passed through,
llailroad employes in the yards at Ken
nselacr and Troy rushed front their
work to shout-congratulations.
Engineers all but literally tied their
steam whistles and factory whistles
added to the shrieking din. Huge litho
pictures of the president were tied to
dozens of locomotive headlights.
Ir. Grayson, the president's physic-1
iaa, couldn't stand the - strain audi
Went back to Washington to nutso a
cold. This made today the first .the
president : has traveled iTnc his in
auguration without a physician.
Two Football Gaines
, In Salea Tomorrow
Two football games will be staged on
oweenana thjki in aa
Bweetland field in Salem tomorrow
ft00n' t between the Salem
ailU XsUjgl'lir Hlfcll BIIIIIUJ3 mm lilV BHUHU
between Willamette and Pacific unl
versities. '
By,an agreement entered into by the
local managers, the two games that are
scheduled to be played next Saturday
will be pulled off on tbe same field.
Both of the visiting teams are plaunig
to bring excursions with not less than
200 students each.
. 1 '
' Japan has a goldfish farm that has
been in continuous operation sinCO
I7li:l. .. .
A.tinr elertric lamp is mounted on
the handle of a safety razor of England
invention.
Date Kept Secret
i
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X?
MO tincenkr) PRINCESS PmRIClH
adinn. viceroys.. He is a son of Queen
Victoria, brother of Edward VII, and
uncle of the - present British- king,
George V; Most of his life has been
passed in the British army service. A
few years ago ilic duke and duchess
and I'rincess ratricia visited the
United States. Tho new governor gen
eral of Canada is the Duke of Devon
shire. ' ' ;'
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT
For the improvement of that portion of
South ' Twelfth, street lying east of
the Southern Pacific railway com
pany's tracks beginning on the south
- line of Ferry street and ending at a
point 173 feet south of said .south
line of Ferry street;
' Notice is hereby-aiven that the Com
mon- Council of the ory of 8aloin, will,
subsequent meeting of the Council there
after, at the Council chambers in the
City Hall of said City proceed to assess
upon each lot or part thereof or parcel
of land liable therefor, its proportion
ate shnre of the cost of improving
that portion of South Twelfth street
lying oast of the Southern Pacific rail
way company's tracks beginning on
the south line of Perry street and end
ing at a point 173 feet south of said
south line of Fcrrv strcot.
-All persons-interested In said assess
ment are hereby notified to appear at
.ai(j time and lllaoe before the said
common council ana present rnoir od
.lections, if any they have, to said as
sessment and apply to said Common
Council to equalize their proportionate
share of said assessment.
By order of the Common Council this
Oth day of November, 1916.'
CHAS. V. ELGIN, .
Nov. 10. City Recorder.
She Should Worry.
Will you marry met
Nol No! a thousand times No!
Better be careful with that stuff, I
may never ask you again. Ex.
At Hombrook.
Traveler Will there be time to gc"t a
arms, conductor i
Conductor Tcs Blr, plenty of time.
Traveler What, guarantee have I
that the train won't go without me!
Conductor Well sir, I'll go and have
one witu you. -
: THE MARKETS
4c
The following" priees for fruiu
sad 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 sire made
daily.
Florida grape fruit will be on the
market tomorrow at ti.5(l. Potatoes are
still running around s1.20 and $1.2.1
with not quite so many buyers in the
market. Oranges are up 23 cents a box,
and California grupe fruit down 23
cents a
box.
ttrsttna.
Wheat -. .
.. $1.25
40fel3c
. . 440.00
. 2G.50
... $29.00
ll(?l 12
$ll(hl2
.... $12
.... $16
Oats, new ,
Boiled barley
Bran
Shorts, per ton r
Hay, clover
Hay, cheat .'.
Hay, vetch
Hay, timothy
Battet.
Butterfat
Creamery butter, per pound
Country butter .. .
Zggs aiui Foal try.
Eggs, ease eount, cash
37c
39c
2j(i30c
38
40e
Eggs, trade
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
Classified Business ;
Telephone Directory
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A Quick, handy reference for busy people
EVERYTHING
Salem Eletrl Co., Masonis Temple,
. PLUMBING. STEAM FITTING AND TINNINO
TjJVL B&rr, 144 South Commercial street
- . TBANSFEB AND DBATAOB
Salem Tiirek Dray Co. aornar State ana front street!
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TRAVELERS' GUIDE
- - SOUTHERN PACIFIC.
', NORTH SOUND
No. IS Oregon Express 5:531. m.
No. 24 Coos Bay 8 :6J p. m.
No. 2H Willamette Limited ...9:22a. m.
No. 12 Shasta Limited 11 :S5 a. m.
No. 18 Portland Passenger 1 :3S p. m.
No. 14 Portlnnd Express .... T :05 p. m.
No. 222 -Portland fast Freight 12 :01 a. m.
No. 226 Local way Freight... 10:20a.m.
- SOUTH BOUND '
No. ISLCallfornIa Express
..11 :05 a.m.
,. .3 :82 a. m.
..10 :1 a. m.
No. 17 Ashland. Pasaemnr.
So. 23 Coos Bay
No. 19 Cottage Grove Pus.
.4:18 p.m.
Makes connection with N. T4 Geer
Drancn.
No. 11 Shasta Limited 8:48 p.m.
No. 27 Willamette Limited ...8:20p.m.
No. 18 Sun Krnnclsco Express 10:03 p.m.
No. 221 Son Francisco Past
Freight 12:01a.m.
No. 226 Local way Freight. . . . 11 :40 a. m.
Baixm-Gebs Liks.
No. TS Arrives at Salem ...... :1B a. m.
No. 70 Leaves Salem 9:50 a.m.
No. 75 Ar. Salem (mixed) ....2.00 p.m.
No. 74 Leave Salein 8 :0S p. m.
Mo connection south of Geer.
. Balxx, Fiiis Crri and WiSTjran
No. 161 Lt. Salem, motor 7:00 a.m.
No. 103 Lt. Salem, motor 9:40 a.m.
No. 103 Lv. Salem for Monmouth
and Alrlle 1:40 p.m.
No. 167 Lv. Salem, motor 4:00 p.m.
No. 109 Lt. Salem, motor 6:15 p.m.
No. 230 War Fr't It. Balem.. . .0 :00 a. m.
No. 102 Ar. Salem 8:30 a.m.
No. 104 Ar. Salem 11:10 a.m.
No. 166 Ar. Salem 8 :15 p. m.
No. 168 Ar. Snlem 8 :00 p. m.
No. 170 Ar. Snlem 7:43p.m.
No. 240 Way Fr't ar Balm.... 2:30p.m.
WILLAMETTB biteb routb ;
Oregon CH1y Transportation Com pout.
The Grahamona leares Salem for Port
land at 6 o'clock on mornings of Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday. No boat south
of Salem. Boaf lwi Portland Tuesday,
Thursday and. Saturday mornings until
Hens, pound .:. 1213c
Boosters, old,' per pound 9c
Broilers, under 2 pounds 14c
Turkeys 2Q(a21c
Ducks r. life 12c
Geese'. -. 10e
Pork, yeal and Matton.
Pork, dressed i 12 4-2Kc
Pork, on foot 8 l-29s
Spring lambs, 1916 t :,7W7V4c
Veal, according to quality -...8(a!)o
Steers ........... . 56
Cows S l-24
Bulls 83 1-4
Ewes ........... ; . 4
Wethers .....u.. ............. 5 1-2
'. Figs and Dates . -
Figs, 70 four on. .: ,. $2.60
Figs, 36 12 of - $2.75
Figs, 12 10-oz. - 0c
Black figs 9C
White figs iuc
Dromedary dates e.io
Vegetables.
Tomatoes, Oregon ....-.
Cabbage
80c
0
. . EOe
....... 10(gl2 l-2c
2 8-4c
pounds.... I. SOrri 1.2.)
Cucumbers ..
String garlic
Potatoes, sweot . . i
Potatoes, per 100
Oreen onions .....
tut
Green peppers
7c
Carrots, dozen
Artichokes
Lettuce, local
Lettuce, California, crate
Kgg plant
40
1
. 40c
$2..r0
... 7c
Fruits.
Grapes -. 1-7S
Apple S0c1.00
Oranges, Valencies .".2
Lemons, per box 0.00,.50
Bananas, pound'. o
California iirawe fruiu 4.00
Florida urune fruit d.
Pineapples ..4 8
Honey 3.50
Cranberries 10.00fe 12.00
Beta 11 Prices,
Eecrs. Dcr dozen, fresh ranch...... 45c
Sunar. cane 18.70
sugar, beet S.50
Creamery butter - 45c
Flour, hard wheat 2.25O)2.o0
Flour, valley 1.90fe2.10
PORTLAND MAEKET
Portland, Or., Nov. 10.
Wheat, club tl.'iO
Hluestem $1.2
Fortyfold $1.50
Ked riussitin $1.53 ..
Oats, No. 1 white teed $34.75
Barley, feed $37.50
Hogs, best live $9.00
Prime steers $7.25
Fancy cows $,"),50
Calves $7fatt
Spring lambs $8.75
Butter, city creamery 3Sc
Eggs, selected local ex. 47',ac
Kens 15c
Broilers lul7c '
Geese lie
...
PATENTS
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A. M. WILSON,
311 Victor Bldg..
Washington, D. C. Nov.ll
ELEOTBIOAIi
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OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAT CO.
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Lt. Balem
Train No.
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Lt. Portland
6:30 a.m. Balem 8:85 Eugeas 10:55 a. 1
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5 Limited
10:11 a.
12:65D.
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Lt. Eugene. .
7 :ao a. m. .
1 :B5 p. m. .
6 :25 p. m. ,
12 :05 p. m. .
Lt. Snlem.
1 :B5 a. m. .
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Lt. Salem
12 :66 p. m.
Lt. Salem.'
4 :10 p. m. ,
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Lt. Salem. Ar. Bogeo
6 :45 p. m 18 8 :60 p. B
CORVALUS CONNECTION
MOOTS BOOND
Lt. Conrallls. Balsa
8 :25 a. m.
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10 :15 a.m.
4 :15 p. m.
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LODGE DHtEOTORY
DB MOLAY COMMANDBRT, No. 5, K. T.
Regular conclave fourth Frtdar In eacS
mouth at 8 o'clock p. m., la Masonic
remote. Hoiournlnc blr KnlKhts art
courteously Inrlted to meet with us
Lot L. Pearce. H. C fronk Turner
recorder.
MODBRH WOODMBN OF AMBRICA-Or
eon C'Mlor Cnmp. No. 6240, meets Terj
n-h.iriif ivntnff at a o'clock lo Me
Cornack hall, corner Ceurt and LlbertJ
streets, Blerstor serTlce. Oeo, Belnohl
V. C.i J. A. Wright. Clark.
WOODMEN OP THB WORLIV-Meet STarj
Friday night ot s ociocs in m"'"-1
DIOCK, A. J. OWeilUUl, , " "
clrk, B07 Court Street Pbons 098,
aitiu iinon v, m. a W. Je A. M.
Stated corarauntrstions nrsi rrmny
each month at 7 :30 p. m. la tbe Masonic
Toinnia. ciios. Mccorter. w. a, i o.
Bolver, sscrotatjr.
'JNITEI) ARTISANS capital Assembly,
No, 84, meets every wkiuhsubj uv j i.
In Ktnnum hfltl. P. O. MtttlOCll. M. A I
C. A. Vibbert, secretary, Crown Drug
store, 338 State street.
ratrrnit. i.nnripi No. 1. C of P. Me
Cotnark bulliltnu. mwiasy erenino "
each week at 7 :30. C. B. Barbour, C. C
W. S. Ollsoo. K. of . and Ik
. TT W PrMrtton LOOM NS. Sw
Meets every aionosy eremng at "
Mct'ornaca nail corner uouri uu -'"".
i. H. Anfrancs. M. W. i H. A
McFdiiden. recorder; A. L. Brown,
ammeter; B. B. Buncan, treasurer.
n 3 A i'n,a..mi firmnti fimn. NO
, .an MnA.a ..... i n u r.n h t .. 11 1 11 u u
McC'oraack building, iourt and 1 Llberti
streets : eieraior. mru. djit.
1701 Market, oracle ; Mrs. Melissa F.er
sons, recorder, 1290 North Commerclol
l'bone 1436 M.
SALEM HOMANB SOClBTt D. D. Keeler,
aii nt rnisfliT or nenleot of damfc
.ui.Uiit a,i vm i.nii 'iiiiaon. wnirvsntw
nimala Bhould be renort4 to tbt
cietHrr for iarMtlgatloa.
BODHON COUNCIL, Vo. 1. B. B. M.
tslfPii HHIwmlllT IirU MOOOBT IU so,s
M si. Vf.nl T.mnl. N. P. RaUDUl
sen, Thrice Illustrious Master; OleoB C
Mies, reorder.
SALEM COUNCIL NO. 2622 Kolghts sn;
Ijidm of wcnrity oienis "
4tta Wednesday each month at Hurst
ii.ii viiiiinr members ore toTlted tt
sttfnd. B. V. Waltsa, flaancler, 410 I
14th Htreet.
D.mirtr. f nrmir. Kn. HO. A. IT. ft A. SO
rA ' - ..v .- . .... VmtAmm
In ch month at 7 :l p. m. In th
Masonic Temple. Hal V. Bolam, W. M.I
u. .. ivuniniinlf&TloiM iniru . '
Kriiest U. Cboate, secretary.
STOVE BEPAHUNQ
8TOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 years saperisnce.
Depot Notional and American fence
eiaies 28 to 68 in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, ete.
Loganberry and hop books.
Salem Fonee and Stove Works, 250
' lit. Phone 124.
WOOD8AW
iflrSRBY enr WOOD SAW We llv
and pay taxes In Salem. Let Salea
people saw your wood. Phone 269
it.. . Ziss. r. I KeUter, W
rrest .
CHTROPRAOTiaSPINOLOGiaT
OR. O. li. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practic's Fountain Head, DTsnport,
Iowa. If you have tried everything
and got no relief, try cmroprac
tie SDinal aliustmenta and set well
Office 408-7-8 U. S. National Bonk
Building. Phone Mam 87. Residence
Main B28-R. ,.
IG
FOE BENT
FOB EENT Five rooms close in, ob
. first floor, as of basement. lights)
. and water famished, price $35.00 per
month; also two rooms in same build
ing with lights and water for $9.00.
- Square Deal Hanlty Co., 202 V. a
Bank Bids. ... -
FOB KENT 15 acres nearly all in
cultivation, convenient to school and
church (food, buildings and well
watered. Also 16 acrCB with similar
conveniences. ' Both places about 13
' miles from Portland. Each $150.00
per year. Square Deaf Realty Co., 208
U. S. Bank. Bldg,
OSTEOPATH
DBS. B. H. WHITE and WAfc.
TONT-Osteopathio physicians' and
nerve specialists. Graduate of Amer-
. Icon school of Osteopathy, Kirksville,
Mo. Post graduate and specialized is
nerve diseases at Los Angeles college
Treat acute - and chrome diseases.
Consultation free. Lady attendant.
Office 505-500 U. S. National Bank
- Koilding. Phone 859. Residence 818
North Capital street, toons 4v ;
. - ; :- &)AVA3HQTSa -'.' : . ;
SALM SCATENaEB Chsjlss ' Boos, ,
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly eontraeta:
ot reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. - Office phone Moia
2247. Besidence Mom 2273.
1N80BANCB AND KB Alt ESTATE
CHA9. B.- HODGKIN General Inaur-
ance, Surety Bonds, real estate and
rentals. -Hubbard Bldg. Phone 386. tf
UNDERTAKER.
TEBB k CLOUGH CO. O. B. Webb,
A. M. Clongh-morticians and funeral
'directors. Latest modern Jnethods .
known to the profession employed.
499 CouH St. Main 120, Main 988S.
BIGDON-RIOnARDSON CO. Fonera
directors and undor takers, Zd) noria
High street. Day and night phone
183.-. ,. v . . - I? -,
ELECTRIC SUPPLY
Co., 220 N. Liberty
Phono 263. A eora
plote line of Electric
Supplies and futures
WATER OOMPANT
vrunj-yi-uirini -i - i - ' 7 TiT
3ALEM WATER COMPANY Offioe
corner Commercial ana Tiaae streeio
For water service apply at office
Bill payable monthly in advance.
MISCELLANEOUS
DRVGLESS NEUROLOGY INC.-428
Hubbard ' bldg".) .Balem..; All arugiese
methods taugiu. iiora a. n-w.,
t rt.-. iliuin. nrivate nntients 1 to 5
p. m. Examination free,
tf
SEDUCED FREIGHT BATES-Te and
from all points, east, on an nouanous
roods, pianos, etc. Consolidated ear
load service. Capital City Transfer
Company, agents for Pacific Coast
Forwarding company, 101 South t'ota
mercial street. Phone Main 933.
THE NEW ARGO HOTEL J. H. Ijiu-
termon, Prop. cnemeKeio street uv
twoen Com; and Liberty, telephone
900. Absolutely clean, thoroughly
homelike, strictly modorn. There are
largor hotels in Salem, but no better.
Kates from 50c a day to $1.50. Spe
cial rates by week or month, dec
SHOE REPAIRING Old snoes moue
like new. All leatncr useo. in rep-"-ing.
Fair prices to all. Modern Shoe
Repair Co., 401 Court St. Salem. no28
CIDER By the barrol or In arty quaa-
tn. . llnn ot the mill. CnS-
Illy ot n"v -
torn work at 2e, a gnllon. Commercial
Cider works. Phone 2194. 101 N.
(Jeaimercial St. nv28
OREGON Wholesale and Retail Hide
and Metal company. Highest cask
price paid for hides, pelts, rap,s, used
machinery and junk of all hiada. A.
good stump puller for sale, 197 Soutk
rnmrnnrclnl 1-noOO JUV.
CHAS. B.' HODGKIN Insurance, sure
... K....1q ml estate, rentals. 301
Hubbard Dldg.
Phone 380.
deel
Money to Loan
ON Good Real Estate Security.
THOS. K FORD
Orei Ladd It Busb Bank, Salem, Oregon
CITY AND I' ARM LOANS Any a
mount; low rates; proro-ptly closed
attractWe pre-paying privileges. I
lave 514 per cent insurance money
to loan on Salem businosa and resi
dence property. Thos. A. Roberta,
EOS U. 8. Not'l Bank bldg.
slONEY TO LOAN I hsve mode ar
rangements for loaning eastern)
money, will make very low rate ol
interest on highly improved form.
3omer H. Smith, room 9 McCornack
Bldg., Salem, Ore., Phone 98.
L HI HUH
CARE OF
YickSoTcng
CHINESB MEDICINE AND
TEA COMPANY -
Has medicine which will ear
Any known Disease .
Open Sundays from 10:00 a. so.
Wirl) 8:00 p. m. - .
163 South Higa Street.
Oregon. yaeusj is