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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, NOV. 20, 1916.
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Minimum charge, 15c.
JONES. .NURSERY State' and 24th.
' - ... , iiovil
VANTEDl'latform floor scales. 412
;. Ferry St-. nov2l
HIDES WANTED 107 S. Commercial.
' Phono 8Hlt. dpi' 18
1KIR.SE Ami n fresh cow for sale. IWO
Trado St. noviO
FURNISHED Apartments also ban
suitable for garage. 491 N. Cottage
IX.) I? RENT Modern furnished room,
elose in. 700 Trade. iiov22
FOR RENT Oiioil farm. 1.10 acres. Ad
dress owner, 11!5 South Twelfth, tt
Full SALE Or trade 1100 11.. mare
for milk cow. J199 Trade. nov20
WANTED A pirl to do cooking and
down stairs work. Phone t'iH nov22
WANTED Children to. cure for. Mrs.
Ethel Smith, Locust and Kim Sts. nL'0
STEADY WORK For women and girls
at the glove factory 14."lj Oak St. n20
WE HAVE Baled hay and oats for
sale. George Sweiglo, Garden road, tf
TOE BENT SIGNS For sal at Cap
ital Journal office. t)
HARRY Window cleaner. Phone 70S
GET PRICES On farm sale bills at
The Journal office.
WANTED Fat and fresh cows. H23
TRESPASS Notices for sale at Jour
nal office. tl
A FRESH COW For sale, giving about
i gals., of milk daily. lOii North tilth
GOAT MEAT For n1e. first class,
only 5 conts por lb. at' O. K. Uroi-ery,
delivered in city. decil
PHONE 200 When yon have wood
sawing to bo done, all work gnaran
- toed, Jim Rogers. novtM
BOARD With or without room, reas
onable rates. (HO Winter, 41:. blocks
from state house. Phone 155. novSl
FOR SALE 10 acres,. 7 room house,
good bearing orchard, etc., suburban.
; I'hone Si'5. nov-tl
.-YOUNG MAN Wishes work on farm
or in town, for his board, room mid
small wages. Call phone MM!. inv2l
OAK AND FIR Stumpngc for sale,
will also trnde atnmpngc for auto
mobile. 7!I5 N". Capitol. novil
CARPET And rug wenviug done at
reasonable prices. . Mis. Lillie Do
Hord, J S!fS Currant Ave. jiovL'5
GET YOUR Trespass Notices, now
supply of cloth oacs at Capital Jour
WANTED To contract cutting and
placing of wood on cars, 2000 cord.
cut by-spring. Phono 12S1. nov20
WANTED Pin in sewing, children's
clothing specin.lt v. Mrs. J.avtun.
phone J 1211, 42 S. High St. iio21
TO TRADE S room house and :i lots,
modern improvements, for .country
property. Phone 1010. nec'l
FOR SALE New crop English walnuts
20 cents per lb. and 2nd hand wheel
cheap. I'hone 2574 W. nov23
WANTED All round man wishes po
sition setting up Xmas toys or ma
chinery. Add. 11. Lav ton, 4S2 S. High,
or phono 112.'!. ' uov24
WANTED A .1000 lb." well matched
young team, bloeky built, sound nnd
true to pull.- B. Cunningham. Phone
21 F2. I:ov20
JACOB VOGTM170 South Commercial
street, invites his old friends to call
on him when in need of shoe repair-
ing. Best of work at lowest prices.
WANTED Teams to haul (15 cords of
oak uiiil fir wflod to Marion station
nt once; to Trade 3Vi Studelinker
wagon for a .hoavv wagon. W. P.
Proctor. Phone '1322.T. novlS
10 ACRES Fpr rent: 150 in cultiva
tion, bal. pasture; lo'.i. acres peach
es, 7 acres loganberries, well watered
by springs, 2 houses, 3 bams. Phone!
(i . unv-2
MONEY LOANED On furniture, hors
es, vehicles, merchandise, etc. Trans
actions private. Possession retained.
Union Loan Agency, 217 South High
street. ' dec J I
MONEY TO LOAN On second hand
jewelry, men's clothing, musical in
Btruments. tools, gnus, bicycles etc.
Also bought sold and traded. Capital
Exchange 337 Court St. Phone 49.'..
FOR SALE Complete fixtures of dry
wi in nn proor miiming, sicnm
heated will lease, fine trade worked
"P. owner retiring. Address box S00,
ilarshfiebl, Oregou. nnv21
TAKE A FEW Private lessons and
learu the new standard dance as
officiated by the inner circle of danc
ing masters. Phone l.'WOJ for ap
pointments. D. G. Alkise, P23 X. llith
St., Salem, Or. nov20
Koons store, including shelving, coun
ters and show cases. Store for rent,
finest location iu "Marshfield, 25x75
2092 Leo St. nov21
C,JSJ?fr0oat mpat for 'e cheap at
12.10 Ferry Btreet ..-. tf
OLD FIR Wood for sale, delivered ill
town. Phone 092 E. A. Way. tf
FURNISHED House keeping r ooms
tft. Milt n 1 At.
.-. 11 iu), rutes. AUOT0S5 K. It.
care Journal. s, hov21
CUT FLOWERS-And pot plants, Cy
clanien anpciuliv a. c..:ii.fn in-. -
...... c,, .,,mlu p ;,
Liberty St., on car line. .nov20
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms clean
and well furnished, modern conven
iences, us, .-North Front. novl!)
Villi TU-VT .
.... .... .11 suite 01 Housekeeping
ncu juriusiieu at a;,u j, Lib
erty. Inquire- at residence. Phone
LOST Part of a silver mounted fouu-
iuiu pen Bearing initials "I. O. M
Return to Ivan U. Martin, Masoiii
COMPETENT Younr ln.lv deir.
ployiucnt as stenographer or office
cutk. i-none 0,17, or address 410 S.
14th St. novil
SNAP 100 acres, 10 miles oast of Sa
lem, 115 in cultivation, lumber nn
ground for house. Price $00.00 per
acre. If. A. Johnson & Co. nov22
MALE HELP WANTED Firemen,
brakemen. beeinners uaid 1?0
ly, permanent; no strike. Railway,
euro .lournni. nov20
FOUNTAIN TEN FOUND Owner can
redeem by identification and paving
for ad. W. M. Hamilton, 101 S. Com
mercial St. nov20
WILL SELL CHEAP Rubber tire ni
eu buggy, single buggy harness,
single wagon Harness witn collar; op
en hack, parlor organ, kitchen cnbi
net, M2S Marion St. - nov21
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST The price of
Peppermint Oil, you can grow from 40
to (iO lbs. per acre. Experienced grow
er will furnish free information,
write E. H. Wallace, Albanv, Or.
GOOD BUY 2G0 acres , land, Waldo
nuts, about 22U in cultivation, bal.
iu timber nnd brush, spring and
creek water. $00.00 per acre. H. A.
Johnson & Co. uov22
FKUITLAND N URSER Y Sales yard
now open for business at High and
'Ferry Sis. Full line of mirserv stock.
Ttalinn prunes a specialty. Nursery
located one mile east ot peuitenttiarv.
Phono 2:U1. . tf
FOR EXCHANGE 77 acre farm, 45
aires cullivnted, Htujdmgs, -team,
cows and full equipment. Will accept
small tract as part payment. Square
Deal Realty Co., 202 U. S. ' liank
bldg. -i, V-- -
HORSES FOR SALE 45 head of hors
es never before inspected or offered
for sale. We are , selling;" all of our
horses, weights run from 0110 thous
and to seventeen hundred pounds.
Prospective buyers welcomo any time
on or after Tuesday, November twen
ty ffrst. E. Clemens Horse Co., Eola
Ranch, independence, Or. Phone farm
4002. ' nov24
Court House News $
j( sc sji Jc J sjs s( 5 sj 4
George H. Dunsford has been ap
pointed executor of the estate of the
estate of the late R. H. Done, who died
recently ns the result of injuries re
ceived from being hit by a train on
the Saleiu-Geer railroad. The testate 'is
valued nt approximately 15,000. The
kin and heirs at law are: Mary E. Me
CoTiiiick, George H. Dunsford, Mrs. Til
lie Welch nnd Nettie Clark. Giis Hay
den. C. L. ilcCormick and E. M. Page
have been appointed appraisers.
An action for the recovery of per
sonal property in the shape of promis
sory notes of the aggregate value of
iti000 was begun this morning in the
circuit court by Benjamin Bowden n
gainst the Ladd and Bush bank. The
complaint alleges the notes are wrong
l'ullv 'and unlawfully held.
Laura Breen has commenced suit for
divorce from Robert Breen. She states
thev were mnriied at Bandon, Decem
ber' :i, 1SM4, nnd that Abbey Hreeu, aged
lit, is the onlv child. SI10 charges de
sertion and dissolute habits on the part
of her husband.
An order appointing Guy O. Smith
administrator of the estate of F. ().
Ilovle, who died November 15, leaving
property in Marion and Tillamook
counties of an estimated value of 2,
!HHi, was made Saturday by Judge
The report of the appraisers in the
of the estate of A. J. Jkmck, who died
here in October, shows that land he
owned iu Yamhill county is valued at
$1050 and lots in Hood River county
1 100. The appraisers were W. 8.
Wright," E. J. Pratt and II. J. Pearson.
The petition of J. Iversou. guarm
of the minors, Nellie, Colin and Lily
Strohaker.-for the sale of real proper
tv valued lit 1000 wns filed with the
circuit court this afternoon. It is stat
ed the land does not produce enough
income to pay the taxes.
More liquor was drunk in Marion
countv in September than in October,
according to the permits issued by t he
countv clerk. In September, during tin
slate 'fair period. :K4.t permits were is
sued while iu October only 31U. were
granted. The permits ask for beer,
whisky and alcohol.
The will of William Townsheiid. who
died November -I. lt'10, at the age of
CASTO R i A
Resolves to Disobey Any
Dictum That Labor Is
Baltimore, Md., Nov. 20. The Amer
ican. Federation of Labor this after1
noon unanimously adopjed a resolution
declaring organized labor should dis
obey any Injunction "founded on the
dictum that labor is property." The
resolution asserted any judge issuing
such au injunction should bo im
peached. The resolution came as a .benibslicll
during the report of the committee of
which rAndrew Furusctji is chairman;
oti the annual report of : the Executive
council. . . ..V ;
It' was recommended, that when an
injunction is issued against a strike,
labor go ahead with the strike, re
gardless f the court's mandate and
regardless of any consequences of this
The report brought forth a lively de
bate. Fiyuseth is the president of the
International Seamen's Union, and
long known as a hard hitter, but this
work of his committee was considered
his most drastic act in fact, one of
the gravest iu the history of organ
ized labor. '
The federation voted to send a mes
sage of condolence to William B.-Wilson,
secretary of labor in the Wilson
Cabinet, whose brother was killed
recently in a mine accident.
Werner Breyman Dead
After Brief Illness
Werner Breyman, an Oregon pioneer
of 1S50, died this afternoon at 12:30
o'clock at his homo on Stato street,
after an illness of two weeks, follow
ing a stroke of paralysis. He was 87
years, one month and 25 days old.
He is survived by three daughters;
Mrs. William H. Eldridge, Mrs. Wil
liam Brown, both of Salem, and Mrs.
Rudolph Prael of Portland.
The funeral services will be held
from the Breyman homo Wednesday
morning at 10:30 o'clock and will be
conducted by Dr. Elliott of the Port
land Unitarian church. Burial will bo
in the Odd Fellows' cemetery.
Werner Breyman was born in Brock
enem, Hanover, Germany. His father
was a lieutenant in - the HanoMcrian
army and fought in the battle of
Waterloo. With his"brother and. sister,
Mr. Breyman came to America in 1840
and lived in Milwaukee where' he was
employed as clerk until 1850.
When the gold excitement was at. its
height on the Pacific;, toast, with four
young mini Mr. lircyihan started wost,
travelling by boat up the Missouri and
Platte rivers and driving over the
mountains' ;witji horse, and mule teams.
With his' party, he arrived in- Oregon
on October 0," 1S50 and located at
Here he establiahed the Lafayette
hotel but in 1S52 sold out and engaged
in a general mercantile business for
ten years. He owned the first store
in Amity, where in 1850 bis brother
Eugene was taken into partnership: In
1805 both stores wero sold and the
Breyman brothers came to Salem and
engaged in a general mercantile busi
ness which was continued until 1881.
He. was married in Lafayette, Ore
gon, to Miss Isabolla Watt, who came
to this state in 1S48. In 1890 they
spent six months touring in Europe.
Mr. Breyman served as a councilman
in Salem and for eight years was coun
ty treasurer of Yamhill cijunty. He
w'as made a Mason in the Lafayette
lodge.A. F. & A. M. in 1853 aad in his
later vears was associated with Salem
lodge No. 4, A. F. A. M.
Suit to Determine
Cost of Education
To determine just what is the ox
act ''cost of education" and whether
repairs to the buildings, depreciation
of buildings and equipment to the ex
tent of lour per cent each year, and in
terest on the investment are to be in
cluded in that cost the Salem school
board has filed a petition in the cir
cuit court asking a writ of mandamus'
commanding County School Superin
tendent Smith to pay to the school
board the sum of $12,524.05, which he
refuses to pay because he declares that
sum, which includes the above men
tioned items, is not to bo considered
in the cost of education.
' The Salem school board, in its report
to Superintendent Smith, 011 October
15, in which it enumerated the totul
oost of education of the high school
students for the year 1A15-10. showed
that the total cost of educating each
pupil was $71.13. The report included
for repairs to the building, $1,529.84;
for depreciation of building and equip
ment $4,2u4.3ii; nnd for interest on In
vestment $0,790.45, or the total sum
0T $12,524.05, which was not nllowed.
The report also showed that, the non
resident pupils in the high school were
184 and cost each $71.13 or the sum
of $7,540. Of this sum, the county
school superintendent allowed only
$5,950.38 and he declared $50.12 as the
total cost of educating each pupil. This
last sum will not include any allowance
for repairs, depreciation, or interest 011
The writ of mandamus is asked to
compel him to draw a warrant on the
countw treasury for th'o sum of $7,540.
30. Considerable interest is aroused
over this suit, which is a friendly one,
as eVerv school district in the state
will be' affected in determining tlit
post of education.
8, was filed this afternoon. The per
sonal and real property is valued ut
Default and judgment wns granted
S. M. Ray against J. H. Minty today
bv .tiiiluc Gallowuv in the sum of
$158.92 on nine causes of actiou.
THE MARKETS J
.' rue following prices for fmlu
and Vegetables are those asked by
the wholesaler of the retailer,' li!
not what s paid to the producer.
All other paces are those paid the
producer. . Corrections are . made
daily. . . - - ; ...
Thcro is nothing especially new iu
the markots. Anyhow Monday markets
arc generally lifeless. W'heat is showing
somo weakness and sweet potatoes are
now quotedvat three cents.
- '. - f .... ... - .
wheat :.:.....:...: $i.25r i.3o
Out 8, now 4245c
Rolled barley $40.00
bhorts, per ton $30.00
Hay, clover ". $11(3)12
Hay, cheat w.. w., $1112
Hay, vetch 412
Hay, timothy $16
Creamery butter, per bound:.:.:....... 41c
Country butter 28(g32c
Eggi and Poultry.
Eggs, caso count, "cash 42c
Eggs, trade , 45c
Hons, pound 13(a'14c
Roosters, old, per. pound t. ...".. 9c
Broilers, under 2. pounds ; 14e
Turkeys, live - 19ui21c
Turkeys, dresseUM,.....; 23(5 24c
Ducks, live '. . ll13c
Gecso, live 9(&10c
Port, Veal and Mutton.
Pork, dressed 12 I-213c
Pork, on foot $S.50(o l).10
Spring lambs, '1916 77c
veal, according to quality 10c
Cowa 3 l-24o
Bulla 33 1-4
Ewes ................ 4c
Wethers 6 l-2
Figs and Dates
Figs, 70 four oz $2.60
rigs, 36 12 oz. $2.75
Figs, 12 10-oz 90c
Black figs 9c
White figs , 10c
.Dromedary dates 3.75
,.y ; $i
i-otatoes, sweep" ...y,
Potntnes. np'f 10ft tinun.la
l.ottuee, California, crate .
Orunnos. ' Valencie
Lemons, per box
Bananas, pound ,
California grape fruia
Florida grape fruit ....
Cranberries $10.00 12.00
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch 50c
Sugar, cane .'. $8.70
sugar, beot $8.50
Creamery butter 45c
Flour, hard wheat $2.30(2.55
Flour, valley J $1.95(u2.1p
Portland, Ore., Nov. 20. Wheat:
Club, $1.50. -Red
Oats: No. I white feed, $35.75.
Barley Feed, $38.
Hogs: Best live, $0.007!U!5.
Prime steers, $7.30.
Fancy cows, $5.75-
Spring lambs, $8.75(3 9.
Butter: City creamery, 40c.
Eggs: Selected local ex., 50c.
MICKENHAM & CO.
Wc want veal and will pay
tho top price for good fat stuff
Phone 10, 100 S. High.
Solemnized at Seattle
Enos Prcsnell, according to a dis
patch from Seattle in this morning's
Oregoninn, was married Sunday, Nov
ember 19, in the Memnrinl Friends
church in Seattle to Mrs. Mary R.
Hornday. The dispatch says this was
the first marriage in Seattle according
to the rites of the Quaker wedding
The wedding was a surprise to the
congregation, which suspected nothing
until the contraiting parties rose and
went forward. Ho recited his part of
the ceremony and sho followed with
her's, no assistance from the minister
being required. They joined hands
during tho recital. Tho minister, Rev.
Robert K. Pretlow, offered a prayer,
fulfilled the legal obligations, pro
nounced them man and wife, and it
was all over.
One of the unsolved mysteries is how
two men can exchange umbrellas iu
the dark and each invariable get the
worsf of it. . ' -
CASTO R I A
At the Same Time Reports
Concerning It Are Widely
. By Carl W. Ackennan.
United Press staff correspondent.);
Berlin, Nov. 20. The German public
regards skeptically, so far as immediate
oetion is concerned, Washington reports
via Switzerland and London, that Presi
dent Wilson may soon take some kind
of steps for peace. The government it
self i having nothing to do with the
peace talk nor is the army. The army
is concentrating its. efforts toward win
ning. The general attitude toward Am
erican Ambassador Gerard is changing.
He.will probably find himself more pop
ular when bo returns than ho was six
months ago. There is a seemingly well
founded report here that .before" Gerard'
departed officials' expected him to re
turn, even in the event of President
Wilson's defeat and remain as long as
But as far as general public is con
cerned the reports of peace steps aro
causing universal discussion.
Tho growth of sentiment for an inter
national agreement to prevent other
wars is evidenced by efforts of German
newspapers to obtain from Isaac Wolf,
president of tho American Chamber of
Commerce, information and ideas as to
the American League to Enforce Peace.
The newspaper Germaniu and its sis
ter conservative organ, the Tages Zei
tung, both say that Wilson should make
peace but theso views hardly represent
public sentiment or the official view
point. Tho Germania article declared that if
Sir Edward Grey, for England, Chan
cellor Ik'tliiuiinn-IIollwegg for Germany
and President Wilson really want uni
versal peace after the, war, now is tho
time to get together.
With all this discussion of peace, Ger
many is a unit iu casting aside any fears
for defeat. Lvcryono declares there is
still "considerable puuch" left and
the success of the Rumanian offensive
and the German U boat cruiser warfare
is particularly cited.
To Force Bond Proposal
Placed On Ballot
S. T. Richardson, attorney for the
interests that are backing the proposed
bond issue, has nppUed to the supreme
court, for a writ of mandamus to com
pel the city recorder to- place on the
ballot for the coming city election, De
cember 4, tlio initiative petition to
bond the city for. a sufficient amount
to refund the cost of nil street improve
ments for whichV.an assessment was
made on abutting property. s
Tho refund would not upply to non
tax paying property such as that own
ed by the stute, coimtycity, schools or
lb would apply to macadniuizcd
streets of which the city has several
miles and would cnusc a double refund
to be made to property owners on Com
mercial, C'heincketa, State, Court and
other streets which wero macadamized
before being paved.
Tho city recorder refused to place
tho initiative measure on the ballot
for the coming city election for the
reason the ordinance under which it is
proposed to submit the measure to the
people did not go into effect until the
5th of November. Tho law provides an
initiative measure must be filed 30
days prior to the election.
The only way this proposed bonding
measure can come before the people
December 4 is for tho supreme court to
mandamus the recorder to place it on
fthoulil the measure puss, it is esti
mated that there would be nn 8Lj mill
tax increase nt once with an increase
until 12 mill tux would be added to
the present levy of 11 mills,
The bill provides for a one mill tax
for repairs and extensions to pave
ments. This would raise about $11,000
each year and after the usual repairs,
there would be omy onougn money len
to pave u few blocks each year.
VOTE TO STRIKE
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 30. Indian-
apolis street cur employes iu a secret
ballot voted 353 to 3 to strike at 11
o'clock tonight.. The voto was tuken
Saturday and announced lute this after
noon. A USEFUL PAIN
Salem People Should Heed Its Warning
Have you a sharp pain or a dull ache
across the small of your back? Do you
realize, that it's often a timely sign of
kidney wonkness? Prompt treutment is
a safeguard against mora serious kid
ney troubles, l.'so Bonn's Kidnej Pills
Protit by a Salcin resident's experi
ence. C. C. White, barber, 1010 Mission St.,
Salem, says: "Doan's Kiduey Pills aro
all right. 1 know that from experience,
for 1 have been taking them off and
on for a number of years and they
hive never failed to do tho work.
Standing in ono position so much was
hard on my back and kidneys. At
times, I could hardly stind up straight.
After I had taken a box or two of
Doan's Kidney Pills, my back felt as
strong as ever,"
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask foM kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. vvnito had. Kostcr-Milbtirn -o.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
AUSTRIAN EMPEROR ILL
" ' i
Rome, Nov. 20. Dispatches
from Zurich assert that the Aus-
trinn emperor's condition is
worse and that he has asked for
the papal benediction arrival of
German specialists is eagerly
AD But 13 Counties Checked
--Los Angeles Completing
Sacramento, Cal., Nov. 20. Klection
returns from 45 counties of California
as canvaRsed and sent in by county
boards of supervisors had- been com
pletely cheeked up by the secretary ot
stato this afternoon without any chang
from tho supervisors' totals on the pres
idential voto being discovered. The tab
ulation of .0 counties was completed
during the morning and these, with 25
previously checked up, completes the
oiriciai count for all but 13 counties.
7 Will' Count Precinct 388 .
Los Angeles, Cat., Nov. 20. Los An
geles' county supervisors ruled today-
that precinct number 338, over which
a controversy arose during the "semiofficial"-
count of the presidential
vote, would be allowed to stand with
the 273 votes that tally sheets indi
cated. Despite this tally, only 270 voters
wore registered ia that precinct. No
explanation of the error was given.
Immediately after announcing the
ruling supervisors began tho "official
count" of Los Angeles county.
Hughes ia Silent
Laurel in the Pines, Lakewood, N.
J., Nov. 20. Governor Hughes golfed
toduy still withholding any comment
on tho election returns.
National Republican Chairman Wil
cox, who was here conferring with the
republican nominee Saturday, loft for
Now Vork also wituout a statement.
ACHES AND PAINS
Doiv v 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 tomorrow.
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 bo tho first symptom of ap
pendicitis. A creak in a joint may bo
the forerunner of rheumatism. Chronic
headaches more than likely warn you
of serious stomach trouble. The best
way is to keop in good condition day
in and day out by regularly taking
GOLD MEDAL HAARLEM OIL Cap
sules. Sold by reliable druggists. Mon
ey refunded if they do not holp you.
Ucware of substitutes. The only pure
imported Haarlem Oil Capsules are the
Market Was Feverish
-v and Business Heavy
New Vork, Nov. 20 The New York
Evening Sun financial review today
Securities market 'circles wero almost
feverishly-active today and tho volume
of business transacted was enormous,
although there failed to materialize the
biggest bull movement which many
traders and others had confidently look
ed forward to from the Saturday clos
ing. Prom the seething mass of stocks
there emerged tho steel and copper is
sues as the leaders of the market, al
though the strength in those issues was
not confidently maintained by any
means. There wero several strong spots
elsewhere in the industrial list and
wonk, spots as well.
The profesioual cliques continued
their activities iu various quarters.
There were rumors of copper mnrgers
and a new steel pool.
Anaconda, American . Smelting and
Refining, Kennecott, Ray and Miami
all moved up to new high record levels
but there' were reactions of a point or
"lore, with new recoveries and so on.
Thu zinc issues responded to strength
in smelters. ITnited tSntcs Steel com
mon reached a new high record price
at 1211, a gain of more than 2 points.
Lackawanna Steel and Republic Iron
and Steel did the same.
Tho general level of prices in the late
session was somewhat lower than the
last previous closing.
UNDERTAKERS AT AUTO RACE
Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 20 Declaring
that ono undertaker had five represen
tatives around tbo Santa Monica race
course and that this undertaker express
ed the belief that his competitors were
squall v represented, Rev. C. C. Selec
man, in a Sabbath sermon placed mod
ern ra.cinir in the same category with
ancient Roman "blood Rports. "
"lheso tilings," he said, indicate
tho npirit that gladiators in the Roman
arena showed to satisfy with blood and
carnage tho desire for excitoment on the
part of tho populace of Rome."
VILLA'S WIFE DEAD
Los. Angeles. Cub. Nov. 20. Senora
Juana Tories Villa, wife of Francisco
Villa Hied ut uiiadnin.iarii, Mexico, or
tobcr 27, nccording to word received
by friends of the young woman with
whom uhe lived here while her famous
husband was a fugitive of two govern
Scnorn Villa lived hero for n tunc
and also stopped at Long Beach with
tho family of Colonel A. Ferias.
C A S T O R I A
You bdferM acquainted with
yov results nomatterwnat
SHOE REPAIRING Old shoes mad
like new. All leather used in repair-
' ing; Fair prices to all. Modern Bno
Repair Co, 464 Court St. Salem. no38
CIDER By the barrel or in any quaa
tity at 10c a gallon at tho mill. C'ns
torn work at 2c a gallon. Commercial
Cidor works. Phono 2194.. 1010 N.
Commercial St. . . nov28
OREGON SCHOOL OF NEUROLOGY
(Dmglcss Inc. 428 Hubbard Bldg.,
Salem. All drugless methods taught.
Flora A. Browster, M. Dean. Pri
vate patients 1 to 5 p. m. Examina
tion free. , ..
OREGON Wholesale and Retail Hid
and Metal company. Highest cash
price paid for hides, pelts, rags, used
, machinery and junk of all kinds. A
good stump puller for sale. 197 South
Commercial. Phone 399. nov27
EDUCE1 FREIGHT BATES To aad
from all points, east, on all honsfaolit
goods, pianos, eta. Consolidated ear
load service. Capital Cfty Transfer
Company, agents for Pacific Coast
Forwarding company, 161 South Com,
atercial street. I none Main 833.
THE NEW ARGO HOTEL J. H. Lan-
torman, Prop. Chemeketa Btreet be
tween Com. and Liberty, telephone
900. Absolutely clean, thoroughly
homelike, strictly modern. There are
larger hotols in Salem, but no better
Rates from 50c a day to $1.50. Spe
cial rates by week or month. d8
Money to Loan
ON Good Beal Estata Security.
THOB. K FORD
Over Ladd ft Bush Bank, Salem, Orsgoa
40NEY TO LOAN I have made ar
rangements for loaning easier
money, will make very low rate ef
Interest on highly improved farms.
Zomer H. Smith, room B HeCornack
Rldi Salem. Ore.. Phone 96.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
CHAS. B. HODOKTN General Insur
ance, Surety Bonds, real estate and
rentals. Hubbard Bldg. Phone 386. tf
T5BB CLOTJGH CO. C B. Webb,
A. M. Clongh morticians and funeral
directors. Latest modern Jncthods
known to the profession employed
199 Court St. Main 120, Main 9888.
RIGDON-HICHARDSOw CO. Fnnora
directors and undertakers, 252 North
High street. Day and night phone
Co., 220 N. Liberty
Phone 203. A com-
Sleto line of Eleetria
upplies and fixtures
AT, SCAVENGER Ciar lea Boos,
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monuuy coninuna
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone MaU
8847. Residence Main 8272.
FOR RENT 40 acres, all in cultivation
With buildings some orcnara, gjum
to school. Square Deal Realty Co ,
202 U. H. Bank bldg.
STOVES REBUILT AND BEPAIBEH
B0 years experience.
Depot National and Amoricaa fenoa
Sizes 28 to 58 in. high.
Painta, ell and varnish, etc.
Loganborry and hop hooks,
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 250
Mt. rnnna iz.
DBS. B. H. WHITE and B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic pnysicians n
nerve specialists. Graduate of Amer
ican school of Osteopathy, Kirksnlle,
Mo. Post graduate and specialized ia
nerve diseases at Los Angeles college
Treat acnte and chronis disease.
Consultation free. Lady attendant.
Office 505-508 U. S. Notional Bank
Building. Phone 859. Residence 34,
Nn-fh Canital street. Phone 0
JHERRY i;rrT WOOD 8AW-W.Uts
and pay taxes in Salem. Let
peoulo saw your wood. Phons BW.
tiL T. U Keister, Wnu
0B. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practic's Fountain Head, Davenport,
Iowa. If you have tried everything
and got no relief, try ChirogTao
tie spinal adjustments and get welL
Office 406-7-8 U. S. National Bank
Building. Phone Main 87. Resident
JALEM WATEB COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trad streets
For water service apply at offioe.
Bill payable monthly in advance.
CARE OF '
Yick So Tong
CHINESE MEDICINli AND
Has medicine which will care
Any known Disease
' Ooen Sundays from 10:00 a. as.
bftti) 8:00 p. m.
153 Bonth High Street,
Silsni, Oregon. . Vheo 631