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THE DAILr CAPITAL JOURNAL. :'.AT,EM, OREGON, MONDAY, NOV. 13, 1916.
Ready and glowing at the touch of
a match giving a cheery, odorless
warmth. Burns PEARL OIL, the
clean, cheap fuel. In blue or white
enamel or plain black harmoniz
ing with the finest surroundings.
Prices: $3.75 to $7.75
For Sale by
Max 0 Buren
Geer Knight Furniture Co.
Ray L. Farmer Hardware Co.
C. S. Hamilton
Imperial Furniture Co.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BATES j
Bate per word New Today: j
Each insertion, p'cr word lc ;
Oils week (W insertions), per word. ...fie !
One month(26 insertion) per word 17c !
The Capital Journal will not be ra-'
sponsible for more than one insertion I
lor errors in Classified Advertismenta. I
Bead your advertisements the first ilny
It appears and notify us immediately j
Minimum charge, 15c.
TRESPASS Notices lor sale at Jour- j
nal office. tl
FOR SALE Fine prune ranch, well
improved. Sec C W. Johnson. tf I
WANTED Wood cutters $1.00 per
cord. .Phono K. A. Way, i92. tf
ORDERS FILLhu For liome made!
apple butter nt "03 N. High. tf 1
FURNISHED Atjartments, also ban
uitable for garage. 491 N. Cottage.
STOCK EWES For sale. Price .7.0i.
Phone (W.-. uovl.i
DRY ASH WOOD For sale, delivered
in town. Phone till-, E. A. Way. tf
TOR RENT Three furnished house
keeping rooms, '-' S. 14th St. nnvlo
WE nAVE Baled hay and oats for
sale. George Sweiglc, Garden road, tf
FOR RF.XT SIGNS For sale at Cap
ital Journal office. t'
- NEW TODAY -
a GET PRICES On farm sale bills at
The Journal office.
WANTED Fut and fresh cows. 112")
WANTED A general all around farm
hand. Donald Steele, Turner, Oregon.
FOR SALE Good five year old Jersey
Durham cow and calf. First street
east, second house north asylum. ni:S
"WILL TAKK Piano for storage or
small rent. No children to mar. Ad
dress "Piano" care Journal. novl3
FOUR Thoroughbred Llewlyn setter
. pups, three months old at your own
' price. 344 N. 18th. v1''
GOAT MEAT For sale, first class,
onlv S cents per lb. at O. K. Grocery
delivered in city. "ocl1
GIRL OR WOMAN Wanted for house
work. H. Steinbock, 302 N. Com'l St.
Phono 80S. "
WILL THE PARTY Who took the
boy's wagon from 100 Court street
return samet No questions asked, tt
PHONE 206 When you have wood
sawing to be done, all work guaran
teed, Jim Rogers.
GET YOUR Trespass" Notices, now
. -itu .... nt Cnnltftl Jour
STEADY WOKK For women or girls
at the glove factory, 14"j Oak St.
FOR RENT New five room bungalow.
modern. Price $10. 598 North 1. h
' St. novls
LOST Yellow Persian cat. l'hone in
formation to 2325 and get reward
FOR SALE A few pieces of furniture
almost new. Must sell at once, Iohv
ing town. Call at 1435 N. Summer St.
AUTOMOBILE BARGAIN I have a
Buick four recently overhauled to
ell at a sacrificed price. $.!o.oo.
Asl; for G. H. 8. at Price's Mstore
FOR SALE Dandy grocery and con
fectionery t Urouce price, about
1000: will lease building and fix
tures or sell building at cost; three
living rooms in rear; fine location,
block from school. By owner, H. C.
O'Neill, 305 S. 25th street Salem,
phone 934R. novla
W. W. Moore
Salem Hardware Co.
Spencer Hardware Co,
E. L. Stiff & Son
WANTED Petite prime trees, 4 to 6
ft. l'hone 41F23. novFJ
SIX CHIROPRACTIC Adjustments
$5. worth more. Dr. May, Hubbard
WANTED At once good girl for gen
eral housework, 111 4 U. S. Hunk bldg.
FOR SALE 3 fine young Jersey and
Durham cows, just fresh. 710 South
l-Ut St. over garage. novl3
WANTED To buy n small residence
near car line from one who must sell.
Address 407 N. lit St., citv. novlS
FOK SALE Hoover drill, Remington
typewriter, each nearly new, K price.
E. J. .Miller, Turner, Or., R. 2. nov!7
J3TOCK FEED Pumpkins and corn for
sale. Wanted a few stock hogs. Phone
FOR SALE nt a bargain, an "Over
land Demitonneau ' ' car with extrn
bed $175. Salem Garage 000 North
Capital St. Phono 1010. nov!4
FOl! RENT House, bain. 7 acres culti
vated, 5 miles from Snlcm, $4,") cash
rent. E. J. Miller, Turner, Oregon,
it. 2. novl7
JACOB VOGT 079 South Commercial
street, invites his old friends to call
on him when in need of shoo repair
ing. Best of work at lowest prices.
WANTED Men to cut wood and grub
nud take in part payment land in
small tracts. I want to buy stock
hogs. John H. Scott, 404 Hubbard
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. nol7
May Have Only Begun
New York, Nov. 13. That the rail
way trainmen's fight for the eight
hour law may have only begun was in
dicated hero this afternoon when
brotherhood representatives and rail
road officials met for a conference
over operation of the Adamson law.
William G. Lee, chief of the train
men announced that his committee had
asked the railroad representatives about
injunctions brought or planned against
operation of the law. They were told,
he said, that such action had been
taken by tho railroads' legal depart
ments without consulting the railroad
'So we started to leave," Lee said.
"They suggested wo come for another
conference. We are going back as
their guests. What we can discuss 1 'm
sure I cannot say."
The strike vote taken last summer is
still effective, Lee said, and may be
used if necessary.
Stocks Opened Strong
with Some Advances
New York, Nov. 13 Coppers were
strong and the general list showed ir
regular changes due to election read
justments at tne opening oi me uracn
exchange todav. t'tnh Copper was up
ono at 120; Anaconda up 3-4 at 101 and
Chino made a new high at 67 3-8. Unit-I
ed States was steady at Saturday's
closine level. Studebaker was down 1-8
... ... t. , i i . :
While KepuDllC oteei gaiueu u imi iiuiiti
DIED AWAT FROM HOME
t.i Or. Nov. 13. Portland's
city jail is without a head trusty to
dav. Funeral servrces were ueiu ior i.u-
ward Hall, whose only known profession
!... ,.tv ot the nrison. Wall, who
spent most of his time in jail, was
found fleaa in urn. uu....K .
brief absences from the city bastile.
Try the -Journal' classified ads.
Two Quarts or 24, May Be
Obtained Until Legisla- -tore
There is a chance now for those who
have not yet filled their cellars with
the wherewithal to withstand a long
' ' dry ' ' spell for the attorney general
this morning said that though the con
stitutional amendment i proclaimed by
Governor Withycombe to be passed and
a part of the constitution of the state
of Oregon it will have no effect on the
existing statutes until additional legis
lation is enacted hy the legislature.
So until the legislature passes a law
to enforco the constitutional amend
ment and provide penalty for its viola
tion, the present status of the prohibi
tion law will hold and will be in effect
and enforced. The reason the legisla
ture must pass additional legislation is
because of the interstate commerce
clause of the constitution of the United
States and the provisions of the Webb
Keny&n law, which was passed by con
gress so the shipment of liquor into
dry territory could be prevented.
I'mler the new constitutional amend
ment the state is not absolutely "bone
dry" for liquor may be obtained for
medicinal, sacramental and scientiiic
purposes, nccording to Attorney General
Brown, who is menacing a written opin
ion for Governor Withycombe on, the
Suould the legislature pass additional
legislation without nn "emergency"
clause the law would not go into ef
fect until ninety davs after the session
adiourned. If it was passed with the
' emergency " clause it would become
oit'ective on signing of by the govern
Bourke Cochran Will
San Francisco, Nov. 13. Bourke
Cochran, the New York attorney has
been retained by the National Workers
Defense League to defend Thomas J.
.donne.v, Edward Nolan and others
charged with complicity in the San
Francisco preparedness (parade dyna
miting which resulted in the loss of ten
Pending the arrival of Cochran in
this citv mi December 4, the dynamiting
case will be continued. Superior Judge
Griffin has been appraised of the plans
or the defense and said today that he
would grant the necessary delay.
It is understood that Cochran will
mnke nn appeal also for a new trial for
Warren K. Billings, who wus sentenced
to life imprisonment in September.
Re-Election of Wilson
Phases Latin America
By Charles P. Stewart
(Flitted Press staff correspondent)
Hounos Aires, Nov. 13. Reelection
of President Wilson has evoked wide
spread favorable comment throughout
South America. The press generally ap
proves the choice. This opinion is typ
ically reflected in an ediloriul in La
Nacion, Argentine's mos; powerful
"President Wilson's triumph is par
ticularly agreeable on account of his
tendency toward friendly conciliation
which is invariably inspiring to South
American policies," La.Naciou says.
"The democratic pro"nim in contra
diction of Republican imperialism has
made justice the basis of tho interna
tional 'policies of the I'niled States.
President Wilson's fulfillment of this
program in a measure surpasses predic
tions. "The pure character of his adminis
tration is particularly significant be
causo it has been uninspired by any
purposes of commercial advantages,
but solely by justice."
IjaNacion, however, goes on to point
out that there still exists a wide com
mercial field which remains to be cul
tivated. NEW HAMPSHIRE ADDS FOUR
Concord, N. H., Nov. 13 New Hamp
shire has cast her four electoral votes
tor Woodrow Wilson. The president has
carried the once rock ribbed republican
state by the nnrrow margin of 03 votes
Official returns from nil election
district in the 11 counties of the state
The final result of tho New Hamp
shire vote was in doubt until 0 p. nt.
today. When secretary of state Inn
nouneed the result.
Errors, misrepresentations, charges
and counter charges of graft, featured
tho swing of the Granite state from
the republican column to the democrat
ic. EARLY WTNTEB WEATHER
Portland, Or., Snv. 13. Oregon nnd
Washington experienced the coldest
earlv winter weather in many years to
dav." In Portland the mercury dropped
to" 30 above. The Klickitat valley in
Washington reported ten above. In
Pendleton it was down to six.
The United Artisans are preparing
for an evening of music and entertain
ment Wednesday of this week. Members
of the Court of Fairies and Court of
Legends will take part in the program,
as well as the Artisan orchestra and the
lately organized Artisan Junior band.
The entertainment is given for the mem
bers of the lodge and their friends at
the Moose hall and will begin promptly
at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening.
Sell it Journal want ads will sell it.
Dennis Eucalyptus Ointment
AT A Li. DRUO STORE
TUBES 26C JAR 60C
PIMPLY? WELL, PONT BE!
People Notice It. Drive Them Off
with Dr. Edwards'
Olive Tablets -
A pimply face will not embarrass you
much longer if you get a package of Dr.
Kdwards' Olive Tablets. The skin
should begin to clear after you have
taken the tablets a few nights.
Cleanse the blood, the bowels and the
liver with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets,
the successful substitute for calomel
there's never any sickness or pain after
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do that
which calomel docs, and just as effec
tively, but their action is gentle and
safe instead of severe and irritating.
No one who takes Olive Tablets is
ever cursed with "a dark brown taste,"
a bad breath, a dull, listless,'"no'gebd"
feeling, constipation, torpid liver, bad
disposition or pimply-face. '
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets arc a
purely vegetable compound mixed with
olive oil; you will know them by their
Dr. Edwards spent years among pa
tients afflicted with liver and bowe!
complaints, and Olive Tablets are the
immensely effective result..
Take one or two nightly for a week
See how much better you feel and look.
10c and 25c per box. All druggists.
at Silver-ton Saturday
County School Superintendent W. II.
Smith will go to Silverton Saturday to
attend a local teacher's institute,
which will be held there on that day.
An interesting program has been ar
ranged and is ns follows:
30:00 Picture study, Jean M. live:-,
Avo J. Darby.
0:lo School equipment, If. H. Dirk
sen. 10:2" Discussion.
10:30 Teaching geography in the 7th
grade, Norn t-rnotrce, L. W. Grimm.
10:45 Those standard requirements.
Jay B. Fike, J. W. L. Smith.
11:00 What makes the successful
teacher? W. ('. Gamitt, G. M. Sprague.
1 1 : 10 Discussion
11:15 Teaching English in the 7th
and 8th grades, -Mary B. Estes, W. C.
1 1 :25 Discussion.
11:30 What the teacher owes the
community, Martha Jenseuj li. L.
11:45 Managing the playground, Mrs.
II. II. Pnget, L. W. Grimm.
1:00 Program by Silvei'ton schools.
2:00 Adtlrcss (subject selected) Supt.
J. A. Churchill.
2:45 .Address, Arthur D. Carpenter,
"The Great Universe Worlds in tne
Making. ' '
Is Being Wiped Out
Sacramento, Cal., Nov. 1:1. Starting
in a tamale parlor nt noun today a fire
hns swnnt half the business section of
the town of Davis, 13 miles west of
here and is still raging.
Two chemicals and pumping engine
from Gin Sacramento fire department
were hurried to the town in response
to frantic calls lor ncip. r.vcry resi
dent of the city is engaged in fighting
A strong north wind is spreading the
firo rapidly, and it is feared the en
tire, itlace will be wiped out. The loss
is already more than $50,01)0,
At 2:3(1 the flames were unuor con
To,, nf flip thirteen buildings
which constituted the town's main bus
iness block were destroyed. The whole
loss is estimated at $100,000. Duly tne
the postotfice, Bunk of Davis and a
hotel were saved,
Tl.is Is How Winter
Riding Habits Appear
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'gjooq i3Bn jaqiBoj UBiRsnjr )P4q
tjsnis nj) sajnjBsj suojinq fluisop aajqi
pas JUOJJ a; dtp pe;jm s sq juqj tfow
piore) 3j9ao s pas oqaaoiq noini)
el qi;. na qtoppsojq U9jj8 J8(I
TOTO THE MONK" HAS
TOTO THINKS HE. CAN
The funny little "monk" in tint pic
turn is unlike many humans; he lias nn
aim in life. Jle wants to live long:
enough to move the rocking .s'one in
Itronx park, New York city. He hns:
seen his dressed up cou.sins rock the ex
traordinary geological curiosity, the
rock weih is so wclj haiunccd that u
Wilson Gains r5.
Alturos, Cul., Nov. 13. The official
count of the vote in Mmloc county was
completed this afternoon nnd showed:
Wilson 1221; Hughes 7i."i. This shows
a not gain for Wilson of lili over the
Hughes Doubtful Gain 21.
HolliHtcr, Cal., Nort 13. The official
count for San Jlenito county completed
today gnvo the low Wilson elector lliS.")
against 1410 for the high Hughes elec
tor. This shows a net gain of 21 for
Hughes in this county over the un
To Avoid Dandruff
You do not want a slow treatment
for itching scalp when hair is falling
and the dandruff germ is killing the
hair roots. Delay means no hair.
Get, at any drug store, a bottle of
zemo for 25c or $1.(J0 for extra large
size. Use as directed, for it docs the
work quickly. It kills the dandruff
germ, nourishes the Jiair roots and im
mediately stops itching scalp. It is
a pure, reliable, antiseptic liquid, is rot
greasy, is easy to use and will not stain.
Soaps and shampoos are harmful, as
they contain alkali. The best thing to
use for scalp irritations is zemo, for it
is cafe and also inexpensive.
The E. W. Row Co., ClevelAnd, O.
NEW TODAY ADS WILL BE
read in the Journal in all live
Marion county homes Try 'em.
Are you going to have a good time this
Christmas? Think of the nice Pianos
and. Talking Machines you can buy and
have a good time with one.
MOVE THE ROCKING STONE
MOVE THE ROCKING STONE
mnito'h hand can hi i r lis gmui nniK.
"What man can do monkey can try'
is Ornrig iTtnn Toto's motto. So on fini'
dnys his keeper takes linn out nnd he
tries to shove the rock. So fur he hasn't
succeeded, but Toto is aiubitiouH uud
snmc tiny he'll lean against the stone
in just the riuht way.
DRUNKEN DRIVER HIT CHURCH
Portland, Or., Nov. 13 J. H. Straight
appearetl in police court today ehurged
Willi driving an automobile into a
church while drunk. Tho machine, wit
nesses assert, hit the church steps ami
was partly wrecked.
IF IT'S EMPTY
FILL IT UP
ad will do the job. It
only costs lc a word,
and you can't worry
for that amount...
Just Phone 81
You hnvo swollen feet and mindsl
Stiff, achy joints! Hlmrp shooting
rheumntio pains torture you. You huvo
aching back, pain in the lower abdomen,
difficulty when urinating! Look out!
These are danger signals. Trouble i
with your kidneys, liric acid poisoning
in one form or another, lias sot in. It
niny lend to dropsy or fatal Bright '
disease if not cheeked.
Get some GOLD MEDAL Haarlem
Oil (JapBulcs immediately. They aro
nn old preparation, used all over the
world for centuries, combining natural
healing oil and herbs, well-known to
physicians nnd used by thousands in
their daily practice. Tho Capsules ar
not an experimental, makeshift "pat
ent medicine," or 'salt", whoso effoct
is only temporary. They ur a stand
ard .remedy, and act naturally, gently
and quickly. lint when you go to th
druggist, insist on getting tho pitrt),
original Haarlem Oil in ( a panics. li
suro tho namo GOLD MKDAL is oa
the box, nnd thus protect yourself
No Agreement Reached
by Railroads and Men
New Voik, Nov'. 13. The second con
ference between representatives f tlm
four railroads brotherhoods and tepre
sciitutivcs of the big railiouds of tba
country adjourned late this aftcrnoou
without an agreement being reached
over the Ail.iin.-oti tight hour law.
Tho railroad officials refused to
make anv concessions.
Now have in stock Heel 'Pulp,
the great dairy feed.
This Dairy feed mixed with
t Heet Pulp makes the best lialauc-.
4 ed ration that wo have found.
I Try it ami see tho results.
We havo nniple stocks of bran,
shorts and mill feed lit thu low
est market prices.
X We arc uhvuys the lowest in
the city on flour and handle all
the best known brands. Try
HIGH FLIGHT FLOl'R tho
next time you need flour nud you
will always continue (o use it.
Wo are making a SPECIAL
f PIMCE of $2.15 per sack or 8.2u
I per barrel.
We guarantee it to bo us uood I
as any flour nn the market, ro- I
ganlless of price. Your money T
bach it it is not good.
t We deliver free in the city. T
I D. A. WHITE S SOUS 1
251 Stnto St. . Phone 160 J