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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22, 1916.
CTHA1K3 ( fiovTliEEZ TAKE THI5)
Q a i I y Capital!
SHOE KEPATHINCi Old shoes madt
like new. All leather used in repair
ing. Fair prices to all. Modern gboe
Repair Co., 404 Court St. Balem. no28
C IDER By the barrel or in any quan
tity at 10c a gallon at the mill. Cus
tom work at 2c a gallon. Commercial
Cider works. Phono 2184. 1010 N.
Commercial St. nov28
OBEOOX SCHOOL OF NECROLOGY
(Drugloss) inc. 42S Hubbard Bldg.,
Salem. Ail drugloss methods taught.
Flora A. llrcwstcr, It. 1)., Dean. Pri
vate patients 1 to 5 p. in. Examina
OREGON Wholesale and Retaiiulue
and Metal company. Highest cash
price paid for hides, pelts, rags, used
. machinery and junk of all kinds. 4
good stump puller for sale. 197 South
Commercial. Phone 399. nov27
FlU'lTLAXD. Xt.IiSKHY Sales yard
now open for business at H'gh and
It'erry Sts, Full line of nursery stock.
Italian prunes a specialty. Xursery
located one mile east of ponitouttiurv.
Phone 2:iF21. tf
REDUCED FliEIQHT RATES To and
from all points, east, on all housbpld
roods, pianos, etc. Consolidated car
load service. Cupital City Transfei
Company, agents for Pacific Coast
Ferwarding company, 101 South Cob
mercial street. Phone Main 833.
THE -NEW ARGO TIOTELW. H. Lau
terman, Prop. Chemckota street be
tween. .Com. nnd Liberty, telephone
000. Absolutely clean, thoroughly
homelike, strictly modern. There are
larger hotels in Salem, but no better.
Rates from BOc n day to $1.50. Spe
cial rates' by week or' mouth. dec6
Money to Loan
ON Good Keal Estate Security.
THOS. K. FORD
Oret Ladd Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon
HONEY TO LOAN I have made ar
rangements . for loaning eastern
money, will make very low rate of
interest on highly improved farms.
. Homer II. Smith, room 9 McCornack
Bldg.. Salem, Ore.. Phone 96.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
C-HAS. B. HODCKIX General Insur
ance, Surety Honda, real estate and
rentals, Hubbard Bid". Phone 3S0. tf
T7EBB & CLOUGH CO. C. B. Webb,
A. M. Clough morticians and funeral
directors. Latest modern jncthods
known to the profession employed
499 Court St. Main 120, Main 9888
BCGDOX-RICHARDSO.N CO. Funera
directors and undertakers, 232 North
High street. Day and night phone
Co, 220 N. Liberty
Phone 203. ,K com
plete line of Eloctrie
Supplies and fixture
SALEM SCAVENGER Ciarlet Soot
proprietor. Garbago and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contract
t reasonable rates. Yard and rest
pools cleaned. Office phone Mail
2247. Residence Main 2272.
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 J ears experience.
Depot National and American fenc
Sizes 20 to in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, ete.
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Worka, 25(
St. Phone 124. "
FOR EXCH.VyOE 77 acre farm, 45
ncres cultivated. P.uildings, team,
cows and full equipment. Will accept
small troct as part payment. Square
Deal Renltv t o., 202 L. . wuiik
D8. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chirfr
oractic'i Fountain Head, Davenport
Iowa. If you have tried everything
and got no relief, try cniroprae
tie spinal aliiistmenti and eat well
Office 400-7-8 U. S. National Bans
Building. Phone lUin 87. Beidene
Weekly Report of I
Union Stock Yards
North Portland, Ore., Nov. 22. Cnf
tle: A good supply offered the trade
again this morniug, which found an ex-
cellent demand. All offerings sold
readily and practically everything had
ehunged bunda long before noon.
Prices on the best grades ruled 10(a 15e
higher, while the ordiu'ary kinds, of
which there was a large supply, sold
steady. Some very good cattle were in
cluded in the dnv's offerings.
The beef steer trndo was active un
der good demand and the murket whs in
good shape. Prices were steady to 10
cents higher on the good ones, while
other offerings found good sale at
steady prices. One load of prime qual
ity beeves brought $7.30, which was 20
cents higher than anything sold here
since early spring. Good to choice -steers
sold nt 80.75 to 7 ,with but a light sup
ply; with fair ones from $ii.23 to 4i(i..)0.
Cows and Heifers.
Demand for she stuff continued
heavy today and prices wyre steady to
Jirrvnts higher. Heat cows sold at .
75 with good ones nt $5.50. Fair kinds
sold around 5 cents.
Stockers and Breeders.
The trade in stockers and feeders was
light this morning. Good steers were-in
good demand and sold readily nt. steady
prices. The plain kiiuls found fair Sale,
ttood steers are bringing $!5.25 to $5.75
nuil fair kinds nrouud 5, cents. Feeding
Ituw sold nt il.50(u.5-Xor4ko best -Hog9.
The hog 'supply today was moderate
nnd there was n very active trade. Tops
sold nt !Ui5 for n couple of loads with
the bulk of good hogs going to puckers
iit K'.uU. - I lie demand was very good
from nil points and offerings were nil
suld earlv in the morning. Quality of
the run was not very good, there being
no strictly prime load in the receipts
Pigs and half-fat hogs were ..numerous,
l'igs sold from S.2S to S.I5. Trailing
nt last week's close was on the same
basis as the first of week the top being
$0.00 with bulk of sales nt $9.35(a 9.00.
Sheen prices made further advances
yesterday when with but light receipts.
A lew lambs brought $9, an advance of
25 cents, and yearlings brought ,S. Val
ley lambs brought iiS.75 and yeurlings
$7.7.1. There was a very keen demand.
What City Candidates
Spent in Primaries
ttt..4.......lu of .J. ,ii A.iuinuia fit.
ed by candidates running for city of
fices' filed with the city recorder are
Adolph A. Cueffrov, $10.1-; J. A.
Mills, 20:15; J. W. Cox 19.50, lU-u-:
:.. u l:.. J.--U1 un .,,.1 II A t-'loiit
jiimiM i7. , m .p ..'v, i. no ... ... .......
H5.90. Earl Race spent 1 1 -SO and A.
M. uairyMipie Jri-.t.j.
f or city nmrsiiai, r.. t.. i.ooper unit
the largest expenditure, $10.75; J. T.
... i . .... , i r, I. II
w eisn speni m.j.i, aau i-ram n. i.w
C. O. Rice spent 2.35, the items
I.. n. ...nl. 1'.,f ,..vtitiim lilnilliS.
and 2.(111 for circulation of his peti-
i in IIS.
Of the aldermen who have filed Li
bert Thompson in the Seventh, and
Clen I'nruh ill the Sixth report no ex
penditures. K. W. Stnlilis. Sixth, spent so cents.
It ...... f.. ttl.itikd null 5
cents lor a blank on which to make
his report. Paul V. Johnson, in the
Fourth, and ltov S. Nelson in the Sixth
.. ' . .. I I, ..I Tl
spent ..-iU eai-u tor earns, i nui .
Smith in the Sixth reports un expense
of 5. 25 for the same item.
Bell it Journal want nd will sell it,
DRS. B. H. WHITE and R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians anc
nerve specialists. Graduate of Amer
lean school of Osteopathy, Kirktville
Mo. Post graduate and specialised ii
nerve diseaset at Lot Angeles eollegt
Treat acute and chronic diseaset
Consultation free. Lady attendant
Office 005 500 U. S. "National Bank
Building. Phone 850. Residence 84f
' North Capital street. Phoie 4r.a
1,-HEBRY crrr WOOD SAW We Ut
and pay taxes in Salem. Let Sales
people nw your wood. Phone 289
us a. is. r. L. Eeitter, Wm
SALEM WATER COMPANY -r- Of fie
corner Commercial and Trade etreeti
For water service ajiply at office.
Bill payable r on'. 'y in advance.
f WELL Doc WnT5T1At5 AUL-WGHr
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o u r n a I '
THE MARKETS I
The following pricet for fruits
and vegetables are those asked by
the wholesaler of the retailer, aid
not what it paid to the producer.
All other paces are those paid the
producer. Corrections are made
Wheat is a trifle weaker today with
quotations from $1.25 to $1.2.S. r
Shorts have taken the udvnnce of
1 a ton predicted laat week..
Valencies oranges are about off tho
market and hereafter tho northern
California navels from Tulnro county
will supply - orange wants.
Xow that Thanksgiving time is a
bout on us, the price" of erunbenios
Parsnips, carrots and beets me quot
ed at 1.25.
Oats, new :
Rolled barley . . .
Shorts, per ton
Hay, cheat . . . . .
Hay, timothy . . .
.- -Battel. -
llutterfat - 40H
tlreamery butter, per 'pound...::'...:... 41c
Country butter 2S(y.i32c
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs, enso count, cash 42c
Eggs, trade 45c
Hens, pound '. 1314c
Roosters, old, per pound 9c
Broilers, under 2 pounds 14c
Turkeys, live 19(a21c
Turkeys, dressed 2.'i24c
Uucks, live uc
Geese, live 9 (a 10c
Pork, Veal and Mutton,
Pork, dressed 12 l-213c
I'ork, on foot .rj0(.iii
Spring lambs, 1910 TVtQOTM
eal, according to quality iuc
Steers . S6
Cows S l-24e
Built '. 83 1-4
Ewes .... 4c
Figs and Dates
Figs, 70 four oz
Figs, 30 12-oz
Figs, 12 10-OZ
Dromedary dates ...
Cabbage m 75c
String garlic 1012 I-2o
rntntoes, sweet . ; .(c
Potatoes, per 100 pounds.r.$1.2U(a l.2o
Green onlont .C. 40
Oreen peppers 7c
Carrots, dozen 40
Lettuce, California, crate .' $2.50
fcgg plant - 4.. 7c
( aulitlower f2.2.
I'atsnips, carrots nnd beets $1.25
, $ i.00( 6.50
Oranges, navels .
Lemons, per box .
California grape fruia $4.00
norma grape trim ...,.... o.u
Honey , ,
K stall Prices.
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch 50c
8ugar, cane $8.70
sugar, beet $3.50
Creamery butter 45f
Flour, hard wheat $2.30(652.55
Portland, Or., Nov. 22.
Wheat, club $1.52
Red Russian $1.52
Oats, No. 1 white feed $nfi.2-
Harley, feed $10
Hogs, best live 0.00
Prime steers $7.30
h'ancy eows 5.73
r-pring lambs 9.2.r
Itutter, city creamery 40e
Eggs, selected local ex. 50c
liens 15c "
s C I a s s i
ARMY AND NAVY BLIND
SAYS AERO EXPERT
Points Out That Aircrafts Are
the Eyes in Modern
By George Martin,
(Written for tho United Press.)
New York, Nov. 22. Declaring that
the United States army and navy are
blind, Alan H. Hawley, president of
tho Aero Club of America, today point
ed to tho record breaking Chicago-to
Now York flight of Sliss Ruth Law and:
other great strides recently shown in j
tho development of aviation hero as an
indication that ''eyes" for the coun- j sources should bo disposed of in like
try's fighting, forces nra now avail-1 manner.
able. '""'. The national forests were created
The development, however, has been ; for the primary purpose of eonserv
through private enterprise, and he de- iug the timber nnd water supply The
clured failure of the government to in- grazing use of the ranges, which was
crease its aerial forces would be a found to exist when active control ol
"menace to our national security." I the forests was begun, was treated as
"Wo lack two thousand aeroplanes, i secondnry matter and only a portion
o ,Wm, fllriirihles nnd 125 kite bal-iof the administrative cost of handling
inn, for observation work. We lack I
them as needed national defenses nnd
to place this country aerially where it
belongs," said ITuwTeyV- "The hend'of
the British admiralty, Lord Balfour,
recently said what might well bo need
ed by us:
'It avails England nothing to havo
control of the .sea unless it also has
control of tho nir.'
"The splendid records recently ntade
by -Miss Law, Carlstrom, Border fliers
and others in private enterprise prove
that it is not luck of . good aeroplanes
and aviators that keep, our army and
While half n dozen other countries
hnvc between 20110 and 9000 nviators
each and twice as many aeroplanes, our
army and navy combined have only
about 100 flying men.
"Tho 45 batteries of field-artillery
and the 73 forts in the six const artil
lery districts hnvc not n single aero
plane, dirigible or observation balloon.
They arc blind and tho territory which
they should protect would be nt the
mcrcv of the hmg range guns of ves
scels" lying beyond tho point of vision
of tho artillery observers stationed in
the forts. Hundreds of millions of dol
lars are invested in these const de
fenses nnd field artillery which would
.be ineffective without aerial eyes.
"In these dovs of transatlantic sub
marines, eves of our navy arc absolute
ly necessary. A chain of aerial sta
tions should be established throughout
the country. Each of our thirteen
coast nnal distry-ts should have a
nrazinff Rates on National
t . .AIM
Forests to Advance in mi
Portland, Or., Xov. 22.-lisl rict
Forester George H. Cecil, Portland.
Oregon, announces that utter careful
consideration the secretary of agnciil-,
lure has approved np increase in the
fees to be charged for grazing live
stock on the national forest ranges.
This increase will bo made gradual
ly for the next threo years, until the
charges reach a point equivalent to
two thirds of the charges made by pri
vate owners for grazing stock on their
land. , . . .
ritock associntions are being advis
ed of this decision in order that state
ments regarding the views of their
members mav be submitted to tho for
ester by February 1, 1917, in case they
desire to discuss the matter.
investigation of rental -values from
time to time, snvs Mr. Cecil, has re
vealed that tho government charges
for grazing on the national forests are
only one third of the market value
of the forage. Since timber and other
resources of the national forests nre
sold at their market value, there is
an increasing demand that forage re-
MICKENHAM k CO.
Will ay the top price for Veal,
Turkeys, Geese,' Ducks and
Chickens. v-all on na before
von sell vour produce, 100
South High" Kt. Phone 10. -Fanners
' Feed Shed.
f i c d A d
Says Oil May Prove
Cure for Leprosy
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 22. Experi
ments with Chnnlmoora oil, known for
centuries in India, are being cu.ried
on here with astonishing results in the
treatment of Andrew Alex, suffering
from leprosy, according to medical
men today. He is under the care of
T.'r. Herbert Coe, of the city health
department, who was sent by the state
in 1912 to the Orient to study infecti
)r. Victor G. Heiser, formerly
health director of the Philippines and
loaned to the Rockefeller Foundation
to study hookworm, nns had Buceess
with the strange vegetable oil in lep
en according to Dr. Coe.
Although Alex has been at th iso
lation ward of the municipally owned
Firlnud sanitarium for about two
months, medical men declare that the
'l i having wonderful el tec t, and is
absorbing the leprous deposits.
the forests wus asked as a grazing
Since the national forest states
share in all the receipts from national
forest business to the extent of 25
per cent, the revenue to these states
will be materially nicrasoil uy tins (to
Fur the fiscul year ending June 30,
1910, the states of Oregon .nnd Wash
ington received $32,820.05 as their
share of the grazing receipts fiom the
national forests within their borders
Without considering increased receipts
from other. forest resources this figure
would be doubled by the advance in
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST
Advertised November 21, 1910-
Archbeld, A. C.
Albin, Mr. G. L. (2).
Albee, Mrs. Huldiih,
Albee. Sirs. It. i
Brewer, .Mr. John.
Brown, Miss Dorothy.
Bernard, Mr. lvin.
Beck, Mr. Jasper.
Barnes, Chat. J.
Ball, Mr. Alfred Emory.
Byrnes, Mr. Erroll.
Ciiristensen, Hon- N. C.
Critchlow, 1). A.
Chase, -Mrs. L.'M.
Carson, Anna M.
Caldwell, Oscar C.
Doucer, Mr. C. R.
Forsyth, Mr. Orn O.
Fullerton, Mr. J. L.
Hunt, Mr. M. E.
Iddings, Mr. Wm. C.
Irvine, 8. E-, Esq. "
Josliu, Mrs. C. A.
Kecfover, Mr. Frnnk A.
I.cino, Mr. August.
McCord, II. II.
.McDonald, Mr. J.
Mnciiitush, Mr. R.
Martin, Mrs. W. 1".
Miller," Mr. Mike.
Nichols, Gad. .
Olds, Mr. Glenn. -
ottoway, G. 11.
Powell, Mrs. L. Helen.
Pugh, Mr. Liudow W.
Hathburn, Mr. P. W.
Roberts, Mr. Charles.
Koy lance, Miss Blanche,
Kowluml, Mr. Raymond II.
Rico, Gerald A. '
Summers, .Mrs. Dora.
, Stone, Mr. Reginald Hcber.
Sloan, Mr. J, N.
Savage, Mr. D.
. Sneve, Miss Charlotte.
Shaw, Mr. Elton.
Husy, Miss Dellu.
Smith, Mr. Wurd Lee-
, Spencer, Wm. H.
SM-ncer, II. B.
Stone, Mrs. Dora Wilhelinina.
Stinsnn, Clifford R.
Strnnnlinn, Miss Maud.
Stevenson, Augoliuo W,
TiipK'r, M rs.
Thomas, Mrs. Leoln.
Tate, Mrs. Hoy.
Voightritter, Mr. Geo.
Wizenberg, Mr. Joseph.
Williams, Mr, Elmo S.
Wilson, Miss Bernndetta-
Wilson, Mrs. A.
Williams, J. W.
Yund. Miss Esther.
1145 N. High St.
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EVBBY THING ELEOTBIOAL
Salem Elestrit Co, Maaonie Temple, 127 North High Mala 1KM
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING
T. Y. Ban, 104 South Commercial street Mala 111
TRANSFER AND DBAYAOH
Salem Track 4i Dray Cc corner State ana front street Mala Tr
No. 16 Oregon Bipreua 8 :B8 a. m.
No. 21 Coos Hay ..8 :52 p.m.
No. 'Jit Willamette Limited . . .0 :T2 a. m.
No. 12 Shiinta Limited ll:f.5a.m,
No. 1H Porilnnd Paseenger ...1:80p.m.
No. 14 Portland Hxpretm .... 7:55p.m.
No. 22-Purtland fast Freight 12 :"1 a. m.
No. 220 Local way Freight... 10:20a.m.
boutu aouMn -No.
ini. California Hxprees ...11:05 a.m.
No, 1 7 Ashland . Paauenger. . . . 8 :82 a. m.
So. 2i Cooa Day 10 :01a.m.
No. It) Cottnge Or ore Pass. ..4:10 p.m.
Makc connection with Ne. 74 Oeer
No. 11 Hlinsta Limited B :48 p.m.
No. 27 Willamette Limited ...6:20p.m.
No. 13 San Finoctsco Express 10:03 p.m.
No. 221 San Franclaco Fast
JKo.225 Local way Freight. .. .11 :40 a. m.
No. 73 Arrlrea at Salem 0:15 a.m.
No. 70 Leu ves Salem 0:50a. m.
No. 75 Ar. Sulcui (mixed) ...,2:00 p.m.
No. 74 Leave 8alera ....... 3 :03 p. m.
No connection south of Oeer.
BiLtM, EUl.UI ClTT ND WlSTSBH
No. 101 Lv. Ralem. motor 7:00 a.m.
No. lii:t-r-Lv. Hnlcin, motor 0 :40 a.m.
No, 1U0 Lt. Ralem for Monmouth
and Alrlle 1:40 p.m.
No. 167 Lt. Hnlem. motor 4 -.00 d. m.
No. Kill l.r. Hnlem, motor 6:15 p.m.
No. 2.'l!l Way Fr't lv. Salem. . . .6 :00 a. m.
No. 102 Ar. Hnlem 8:30 a.m.
No. 1114 Ar. Hnlem 11:10a.m.
No. 106 Ar. Kalera 8:15 p.m.
No. HIS Ar. Hnlem :oop.m,
No. 170 Ar. Hnlem 7 :45 p. m.
No. 240 Way l-rt ar Salm.... aau p. m.
WILI.AMKTTE RIVER ROCTH
Orrtiun Cilu Tratenrlntton Vompanu
Iliuits leiivw Hnlem tor Portland tloniluy.
Wmlnt-wluv unit Kridnv at 11 a. ra. : ami
llleniiay, TUuiniluy unit BUlurcuiy raoraiiixs
at l a. m. FoH'orvnllls the boats liuve
Hnlem Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
!ventngs at H o'elocK. rhtata leave ron
nnd fur Halcra ut 0 :40 each morning.
Hnlem crance Jield its regular meet
ing in Salem Saturday, November IS.
Durinir the morning, tho regular busi
ness of tho session wa-s taken up, and
fivo candidates were given tho third de
A committee from the Snlem commer
iul club conferred with tho grange in
regard to the establishment of a ware
house to enre for the produce of the
farmer. There was nothing definitely
M.ttled and the matter will bo taken up
Dgnin ot tho next meeting.
DH MOLAY COMMAHDBRY, No. B, K. T,
Regular conclave fonrtb Friday In eeck
mouth at M o'clock p. m In Masonic
Temple. Bujournlng Sir Knights art
courteously Invited to meet with us
Lot L. t'earce, B. C, Frank Turner,
MODKItN WOODMBN OF AMBRICA Ore
gun Cedar Camp, No. 524U, meets ever)
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock In Mo
Coi'inck hall, corner Caurt and Llberti
streets. KlBTator service. Geo. Keluobl,
V. C. i J. A. Wright. Cltrk.
WOOFiMEN OF THB rVORLn Meet everj
Friday night at H o'clock In McCrnaci
block. A. J. Hwelnlnk, C C; L. H. Clear
clerk, 507 Court Street Phoae 608.
8AI.KM LOIICB N. e, A. F. A. M.
Stated communications ' flrat Friday Is
each month nt 7 :30 p. m. In the Masonk
Temple. C'haa. McCarter, W. M.; B. Z
fJNITBD ARTISANS Capital Assembly
No. 84, meets every Wednesday at 8 p. a
In Moose hall. . C O. Mntliwk, M. A. ;
C. A. Vibbcrt, secretary, Crowa Drug
store, 838 fjtate ttreet.
, ft rt. w Protection Ixlis Ne. 1
Meets emry Monday evening at 8 In th
McCornack ball ournor Court and Libert
streets. A. H. Aufrance, M. W. : H. A
McFcdden, recorder I A. L. Brown, 1
Bnsucier; R. B. Duacan, treastirar.
OREGON ELRCTRIC RAILWAY CO.
LT. Hnlem Train No. kr. Porrlanl
4:35a.m 3 Owl ...v.. 6:5ft..
7:15a.m. 6 ....... 0:26a. a.
B :45 a. m 10 Limited 11 :26 a. m. .
11:20a.m. ....... 12 ll:35p. m'
l:60p-.m. ....... 14 J. 4:OOp.n,
4 :tUI ,i m. . . . 1A l.lmltiuf . ' K -KA n .a.
8:30 p. m 20 7:40 p.m.
7:05 p. m 22 10:OO p. nu
- Portland to Kiuk v
0:30 a.m. Hallm 8:85 Bugent 10:55 a. i
10:11 a. u,
.13:58 p. as,
. 4 :18 p. m
. 6 :40 p. m,
. 8 :10 p. ah
.11:20 p. ox,
. 1 :65 p. Bh
10 :45 a. m.
13 Limited ,
.. 17 Local .
.... 10 ....
.. 1 Owl ..
2 :05 p. m.
4 :4D p. m.
0 :05 p. m.
0 :20 p. m,
ll :45 p. m.
Lv. Corral I Is
4 :U) p. m. ,
7 :86 a. m, ,
1 :5ft p. m. .
5 :25 p. m. ,
12 :05 p. in. ,
. . 10 Limited .
,. IS Limited
, . . . 0 :45 a. ox,
... 4 :(K p. Bh
... T :55p. Oh
... 2 Owl ..
1 :rn a. in. 21 Owl 6 :60 a. ah
6 Limited . . . .12 :2tS p m.
12:60 p. m.
4 :15 p. m.
T 1 -.50 p. .
Stops at Oorvallti
0 5:10 p. nu
. . 7 :35 a. nw '
0 :45 p. m.
Lt. Corralllt. Ar. Ralsal
8 :25 a. m.
, ,. 1:45 p. Bk
... 5 :30 e ou
, ... 5:84 p.
... 8 :00 p. at.
12:12 p. m.
1 :41 p. m.
4 :I0 p. m.
0 :18 p. m.
10:15 a. m.
4 :15 p. m.
12 :65 p. m.
6 :4I p. m.
..... IS ....
CBNTRAt. IJDOB, No. 18, K. of P. Me-
Cormick building. Tuesday evening ol
each week at 7 :30. C. K. Barbour, C. C.
W. B. Gllion. K. of K. and B.
R. N. of A. "Oregon Crape Camp." No,
1.160, meets every Thursday evening la
McCornack building. Court and Liberty
streets; elevator. Mrs. Sylvia Schaupp,
1701 Market, oracle; Mrs. Melissa Per
sons, recorder, 1200 North Commercial.
SALEM HTJMANB SOC1BTY D. D. Keeler,
president; Mrs. Lou TlHaon, serretarw.
All casis of cruelty or neglect of duma
animals should be reported to the
secretary tor Investigation.
BODSON COUNCIL, No. 1. R. 8. .
Stated assembly first Monday In cacti
month. Masonic Temple. N. P. Raamu
sen, Thrice Illustrious Master; Glenn C
BALEM COnNCIT, NO. S622 Knlghtg tn4
Lartlea of Hciirlty MeeU erery 2nd mn
4tb Wednewlny each month at Hurst
Hull. Vlsltlug members are Invited U
attend. B. V. Walteu, fuancler, 480 I.
PACIFIC IX)IK5H No. B0, A. F. A. M.
Stated communications third Friday
In each month at 7 :30 p. m. la the
Masonic Temple. Hal V. Holam, W. M.
. Bmet U. Cboate, tecreury.
Yick So Tong
Hat medicine which will ear
Any known Disease
Open Sundays from 19:00 . M.
until 8:00 p. m.
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