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"THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, NOV. 27, 1916.
NEW TODAY -
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sponsible for more than one insertion
for errors in Classified Advertisments.
Bead your advertisements the first day
It appears ansi notify us immediately
Minimum charge, 13c.
HIDES WANTED 197 8, Commercial.
I'liouo 309. ' deelS
FURNISHED Apartments, also ban
suitable for garage, 491. N. Cottage
FOR RENT Good farm, ISO acres. Ad
dress owner, 1195' South Twelfth, tf
WE HAVErr-Bnled hay and oats for
ale. George Sweigle, Garden road, tf
WANTED Oregon Improved strawber
ry plants. Phone- 5tMM..- - -'novHO
WANTED Parlor billiard (able. Ar
dress P care Journal. " uov2S
OLD' FIR WOOD For sale, green. E.
D. Johnston. Phone o'il. nov20
FOB RENT SKINS For gale at Cap
ital Journal office. W
HARRY Window cleaner. rhone 70S
TOR SALE 2 young cows,
GET PRICES On farm sale bills at
The Journal office.
WANTED Fat and fresh cows. 342.'
CHOICE Gout meat for sale cheap at
1230 Ferry street. tf
OLD FIR Wood for sale, delivered in
town. Phone U92 "K. A. Way. tf
TRESPASS Notices for sale at Jour
nal office. tt
OOAT JLEAT For sale, first class,
only 5 cents per lb. at 0. K. Grocery,
delivered in city. decll
MIDDLE AGED WOMAN Wants any
kind of work by the dav. Phone OS.
WANTED An experienced farm hand
tor general tunning. I'liono lll'.i.i.
3YAXTED Man to dig 12 acres pnta
toes on contract, UV sack. Phone S4F2
WANTED I '00. verv good security
at 7 per cent. J. V. cure Journal.
I PAY The highest market price for
nil kinds ot live stocn at nil times.
G. W. Eyre, 22O0.M, Salem, tf
lH'ICK 4 passenger for ralo,"or will
trade for cattle, sheep . or gouts.
Phone 14MI or 4,j2. nov2
WANTED A girl to work, no cook
ing. Mrs. Dilly, .".)$ State St. Phone
FOR SALE Or trade for Ford, 8'4
acres of river bottom land near .Mar
ion Or. Thus, Winn, Marion, Or. lioO
FOR RENT Nicely, furnished house
keeping rooms, reasonable, S.'ia N.
I ommeri nil ht. dec2I
FOR RENT A suite of housekeeping
rooms, well furnished at ,I.U JS. Liu
erty. Inquire at residence. Phone
F()I SALE Fresh cow, four vear old
Jersey. 0 per cent test, verv gentle
cheap for cash. Second house north
of tir grove near asylum. no-
I)R SALE General merchandise store
good location, price $2000, one half
down,' easv terms on inivmonls. 00
care Journal. nov
FOR SALE Furniture of 17 rooms for
wile $200, good location, close tn
cheap rent. ;i."i9 Center, call after .i
ii, in. nov27
WANTED A practical dairyman, must
full v understand care and feeding of
cows. Do not want applicant to be
over 33 vis. old. Phone 491, im2S
PARTY And evening dresses designed
nnd made to SVrge nnd wool
dresses very reasonable. Phone 003
EXPERIENCED Dressmaker from
Kansas City will take work nt home
or go. out by the day. References
furnished. Phone 1951R. novJS
THE PARTY Who took pa rami from
I 107 Court was seen, hut if they
will return same there will be no
quest ions asked. -' nov
MALE HELP WANTKD Firemen
hrnk'enien, beginners paid $I2Tr"mouih
ty. permanent; no strike. Railway
cure Journal. nov2
FOR TRADE.")! acres, 40 in eultiva
Uou xdose to railroad town, for close
-io or citv propertv. R. 3. box OSA
Snlem. ' nov.'SO
CilANCE OF LIKE TIME 200 acres
in Waldo hills, best buv in Oregon
Khort time only, per ncre f50.00. H,
A. .lohnsnn I o. - nov
JACOB YOGT 979 South Commercial
street, invites his old friends to call
on nun when in need or shoe repair
ins. Best- of work at lowest prices,
KEMOVAI. SALE Standard carbon
paper $1.1X1 box: guaranteed type
writers $5.u0 up: rildmiis three for
IM-.OO; typewriter desk $3.50: Nation
al cash register $22.."0. 405 South
WANTED Woman for general house
work. 2123 N. llroadway. nov2!
FOR SALE Large fine Jersey and
Durham cow ti yrs old, just fresh,
gives 4 gal. n day. 715 S. 12th over
FOR SALE Dry slab wood for gale.
Jjcavo orders at Richardson Grocery.
aET TOUB Trespass Notices, new
supply of cloth ones at Capital 'Job
BARGAIN Buick rondster 25, cheap-if
taken noon. Address Owner care Jour
MONEY LOANED On furniture, hors
es, vehicles, merchandise, etc.. Trans
actions private. Possession retained.
Union Loan Agency, 217 South High
FOR SALE Two extra fine large Jer
- sey cows, One fresh, one soon; test
,0 and '3 per cent, very gentle. First
street east, second house north asy
SALESMEN WANTED Salesman for
general trade in Oregon. Staple line;
new features; commission contract:
$;i5.00 weekly for expenses. Vavnney
now. Continental Jewelry Co., 23047
Continental bldg., Cleveland, Ohio.
WANTED Elderly couple to do light
work on farm home accommodations
and small pay for services (German
people preferred) Apply at 403 South
Commercial street for pnrticulnTS.
MONEY TO LOAN On second hand
jewelry, men's clothing, musical m
strumeiits, tools, guns, bicycles etc.
Also bought sold and traded. Capitnl
Exchange 337 Court St. Phone 493.
Notice is herebv given that we. the
undorsigned resident tax payers, rep
resenting, ten per cent of the resident
tax pavers in road district no Ei 'A.
Marion county, Oregon, hereby give no
tice to the tax payers ot said district
that there will be a meeting of tho resi
dent tax payers of said district, at
Sunnyside school house, in said district,
at 2 "o'clock p. m., on tho 27th day of
November, 1910, to vote an additional
tax for road purposes, as provided by
nu act of the legislature of 1913.
Signed. D. 8. Pearson, C. Winkelmnn.
W. T. Davidson, C. Tucker, S. New by,
R. J. Morgali, J. Ncunschuander.
5t 5jc ?c (c 3jC jC 5jC 55 3C 3C jc 3(C
THOMPSON At his home, .'.91 North
Sixteenth street, November 23, 1010,
Leicester M. Thompson, in his 72d
Besides his wife he is survived bv
three children, Mrs. Charles Sherman,
Stanlev Thompson nnd Dorothv Thomp
son, nil of Salem. Also a brother, J. C.
Thompson or this city nnd u sister, Mis.
Robert Hound or .Yew lork Cit.
The fimeriil service were held this
afternoon from the chapel of Wcfib &
('lough with burial in- the Odd Fellows
Mr.' Thompson was formerlv a drug
gist, in, Brooklyn, N. V., cpmiug to this
city about live years ago.
WALLACE At her home 2370 Laurel
street, November 20, 1910, Mrs. Eflle
Wnllace, in her 0-ith year.
She is survived by a son, Charles Wal
a brother, five sisters and twelve
Funeral services will be held at 2
o cluck edncsiinv at ternoou lroin tne
Impel of Webb 4: Clough.
I'.HOWN Til the city, November 2,
1910, Mrs. Margaret Hrowu in her
The funeral services will be held
Tuesdny morning-at 10 o'clock from the
enupei oi i-euu . loogn, una ni uc
conducted by the Res. Met laren or
Portland. Burial will be in the Odd !
WILSON At the home of his parents,
SOO Trade street, November 20, Rob
ert Wilson the infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. John J. Wilson. He was one
vear and eight mouths old.
The funeral services will be held nt
2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon f'rom the
chapel of Webb Si Clough and will be
conducted by ( aptain J. L. Kelso or
the Salvation army. Burial will be tn
tho City Mew cemetery.
New Books at the
The library has added n number of
exceptioiiallv good books during the
wt ..,.,, i"nf .lr Tho !iiioltori -
of Isabella have presented the libmrvjfor Europe. It Was shipped by boat
with the Catholic encyclopedia and f'uni New England to the Gulf of Mex
several volumes of the international
correspondence schools text books are
now ready for circulation. Also a num
ber of volumes of fiction.
The list follows.
Catholic encyclopedia 10 vol.
International correspondence schools
text books 22 vol. as follows:
Low in general.
Hook of forms
Grammar, punctuatiou etc.
OrgiiHic chemisti '
Fruit culture, apples, etc.
- Poultry farming"- .
Standard bred poultry
Telephone apparatus -
Form letters and follow up system
Show card writing
Painting and intrior decoration
Adams, dispensable perk
Allen. 'Cathedral singer
Pencil. Rainbow's end
Johnston. Gcorgina of the rainbows
-Lincoln, Mary Gusta
Martin, Emmy Lou's road to grace
Wit-fin. Romance of a Cliristrnns caTit
NETTIE RIDDING IS
Clues Point To Her and
Search of Room Brings
Goods to Light '
Nettie Ridding, who rooms at the
O. K. rooming houso on Twelfth BtrCct,
was urrested last night about ten
o'clock by the police officers, on sus
picion of breaking into' tho O. K. gro
cery and taking away canned goods.-
Tho discovery of the theft was made
by Nathan Colbath, clerk in the store,
(Continued from page one.V
nttending the public schools and Wil
lamette university, she taught school
for several yenrs near the city and later
in the East Salem schools and at Baker
After taking a post graduate course
at Ohio Wesleyan college, she taught
several yenrs as principal of the Ash
land high school. For the past five
years she has been in charge of the
English department of the high school.
Charged With Manslaughter.
Manslaughter is the charge that was
placed against Asa Tiudiill this after
noon by District Attorney Ringo as a
result of the death at noon of Ethel
Rigdon, who was struck by an automo
bile driven by Tindall while proceed
ing west on State street last night at
a high and dangerous rate of speed.
Tindall is charged with carelessly and
negligently driving the automobile at
a high and dangerous rate of speed
wherebv, in turning from State street
into Church street, he swerved and the
machine collided with the deceased
throwing her to the pavement and injur
ing her about the head and body to
such an extent that she died. The war
rant states that be is charged with
"voluntarily killing Ethel Rigdon;"
also that he was proceeding on the
wrong side of the street.
This afternoon Coroner Clough wns
not decided whether an inquest would
be necessary. An inquest is not regard
ed as necessary to prosecution of the
charge as the findings arc binding on
no one nnd are regarded as useless. Aft
er an investigation of the accident,
Coroner Clough may decide to examine
into the case to determine liability.
(Continued from page one.)
tack upon Chihuahua began that he had
been ordered by . Villa . to, . como north
after taking the capital and capture Juarez-..
'. . " .:h
Less than 300 men are garrisoning at
Juarez at present.'
With cavalry detachments cn each
side of the railroad tracks guarding
troop trains and artillery, General Mar
gin is hurrying north to save Chihuahua
City from capture by Villistas, Mexican
Consul General Andres Garcia an
nounced enrlv this forenoon at the con-
sulate here. Margin's relief column is-
expected to strike Villa some time to
day, if it has not nlrcady clashed with
the bandits, according to Garcia;, The
number of men in the column is uncer
tain but has been set at various times
at from 0,000 to J0.000.
Trying to Trap Bandit.
Reports were in circulation in .Tunrez
,,m,vu his foreesl t0 tlie north of Chi-
mh,m ritVi ,.,- t0 draw Villa into
.,. ..i,;., ,.,,..,..1 h..Ih ,miml,i,h.
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i...i:i . v.'. r,;..., u f,.,.tn
official in the border town issuped de
nials of theso reports, Consul jSoriano
Brnvo stating there was "no truth in
the rumors,. " nnd declared he hail n
message via Ojinaga from Chihuahua
Citv saving that fighting was still in
progress there and that Murgia's forces
were Hearing the city.
Max Weber, German consul nt Juarez,
admitted today he intended to move to
the American side of the Rio Grande
river, but explained that he intended
taking this action not because he fears
a bandit attack upon Juarez, but in or
der that his daughter might attend
school in El Paso.
I.'nited States- government agents
working Here nave learned that t in am-
! munition now heing usd by wn was
l mnde in the tinted States, ostensibly
ico nnd smuggled across the Km Urande,
for the use of Mexican de facto troops.
Through a plot of disloyal Carran.istn
officers Villa captured quantities of
cartridges nest of Chihuahua City cv
eral weeks ago.
Rushing Aid to Trevino.
.Tnnrey., Mex., Nov. 27. Although no
inkling of the fate of General Jacinto
Trevino and the Cnrranzista defenders
of Chihuahua City had reached here
early today, General Gonzales, command
er of Mexican de facto garrison here,
is hurrying every availnlde soldier in
the entire state of Chihuahua northward
bv. rail to send to the relief of the
state capital, .
From Santa Buena A'enturn the gar
rison of 150 and Carrnnzistas is being
withdrawn, together with the garrisons
at Nomiqiiipa, Casas Orandcs and Guz
man, numbering about 100 each. These
reinforcements are being rushed north
on- the Mexican Northwestern railway
to Juarez, where they will be transfer
red to the Mexican Central and start
Gonsales announced today that Gen
ernl Mavcotte with 3,500 de faeto
troops is making a forced march north
from Santa Rosalia to aid the beleaguer
ed garrison. Recause every bridge south
of Chihuahua City has been burned,
Gonzales declared it will take several
days for Maycotte for"C.i to reach that
A band of Villistas under the Murga
brothers was at Bnehineva two days nnd
is now headed for the border, accord
ing to a report made to Gonzales.
MISS ETHEL WON
who returned to the store last night
about seven o'clock. As he entered the
front door, he heard some one go out
through a side door. On investigation
he discovered a sack with canned goods
n it where it hnd been left when the
burglar hurriedly left.
He immediately notified the police
and three officers .investigated. This
is tho third time goods have been tak
en from the store. The other two times
were not reported to the- police.
Tho first clue discovered was a flash
light found in the sack which was left
on tho floor. .This, was identified as
having been seen in her possession. She
was arrested on suspicion and taken to
tho citv hall, where sho was locked up
for the night.-When told she was. to bo
lodged in a cell for the night she gasp
ed and wilted. However, she soon re
covered her nerve.
. Some of the evidence .
Tho officers visited her room and
took one of h'er shoes and compared it
with "the track of the shoe left bv tho-
burglar- and the shoo and the track fit
exactly. Searched this morning by
Chief Welsh the room yielded a trunk
in which was found canned goods and
packages of cereals which were identi-
The following price for fruits
and vegetables are those asked by
the wholesaler of the retailer, acd
not what is paid to the producer.
All other paces are those paid the
producer. Correction are made
Thc turkey market wholesale seems
to have settled down to 21 and 21K'
cents for live, and 24 nnd 25 cents for
dressed. Offerings were made this,
morning at thjs figure. This will place
a. retail prico of 24 to 2S cents a pound
for culls. This will place a retail price
of 24 to 2tt cents a pound for culls and
32 cents for prime turkeys,
A cull is not necessurily a poor tur
key, but one that is disfigured in some
little way by which it would not look
so nico when brought to the table for
the Thanksgiving least.
Oats, new 4245c
Rolled barley $40.00
Shorts, per ton $31.00
Huy, clover $1112
Hoy, cheat $1112
Hay, vetch $12jsoutlij east and west. To the north and
Hay, timothy $16 west one ring is forming and a second
Hay, timothy $16
Creamery butter, per' pound 41c
Country butler 2S32c
ggs ana Poultry.
Eggs, ease count, cash 43c
Eggs, traded:.; ,. 45c
Ileus, pound 13(5j14c
Roosters, old, per pound 9c
ISroilors, under 2 pounds 14c
Turkeys, live 21((i:21'.c
Turkeys, dressed -..-.A.:. 2i(525c
Ducks, live ..j.. ....... ll13c
Gojdbo, live , S)ffil0c
PorK, veal ana Jflwwn.
Pork, dressed 12 l-2l3c
Pork, on foot $S.30fi9.lQ
Spring lambs, 1910 :.':..'... 77e
Veal, according to quality 10c
Cows 3 l-24c
Bulls 33 1-4
Wethers S l-2
Flgs and Dates
Figs, 70 four oz $2.60
Figs, 36 12-oz $2.75
Figs, 12 10-oz 90c
Black figs i c
Wkito figs 10c
Dromedary dates J 3.75
String garlic 1012 l-2c
Potatoes, Bweet 3c
Potatoes, per 100 pounds....$1.20W1.25
Green onions 40-
Green peppers 7c
Carrots, dozon v
Lettuce, California, crate $2.50
Egg plant .-. : 7c
Parsnips, carrots nnd beets $1.25
Orapcs - $L75
Apples ..; 50c$1.00
Oranges, navels . ."j.i.iMi
Oranges, Japanese $2.00
I.cmons, per box fu.uui--. o.ou
Bananas, pound o
California grapo fruia $4.00
Florida grape fruit $0.50
Honey f ..k
Cranberries $1 1.50((12.50
Eggs, per dozen, fresh ranch 50c
Sugar, cane $8.70
sugar, beet - $8.50
Creamery butter , . ,oe
Flour, hard wheat $2.30&2.55
Flour, valley- $1.9u(S:2,l5
Portland, fire., Nov. 27.
Wheat, club I..T.
Red Russian $1.4S
Oats, No. 1. white feed :!0.7
Parley: feed $10
Hogs, best live !.75fti 9.S5
Prime steers $7.30
Fancy cows $0(Vi0.25 .
Spring lambs fr9.25
Butter, city creamery 40c
Eggs, selected local ex. 52c
Geese lie '
WHILE THY LAST
Get your Thanksgiving Turkey
for 24c a pound nt
MICKENHAM ft CO.
100 South High-ST. Phono 10
Farmers' Feed Shed
ficd by the clerk of the store as hav
ing' been taken from the place.
In their investigation last night, Of
ficers Varney, White and Victor found
a skeleton key, which had- been left in
the door. This key, the flashlight and
the tracks in the ground from tho side
door to the steps leading to the room
ing house where Ju'tti Kidding rooms
were-the clues that pointed to the burg
lar.' .. ... .
A. A. Englebart, who owns the store i
and runs the rooming house, was In ,
Portland this morning and the police
officers wired him to return at once.
He returned this afternoon and was
informed by Chief Welsh that if he
did .not swear out a warrant for the
arrest of the woman that he would do
It; is believed that the woman plan
ned tb leave Baicm this evening and
that she was laying in a supply of gro
ceries for the. trip.
This morning, after sitting in a chair
in the cell in' the woman's part of the
city: jail all night, she was somewhat
nervoHs but maintained her innocence
arid declared sho was not out of her
room all last evening.
You have swollen feet and hands!
Stiff, achy joints! Sharp shooting
rheumatic pains torture you. You have
aching back, pain in the lower abdomen,
difficulty when urinating! Look out!
These are danger signals. Trouble is
with your kidneys, uric acid poisoning
in one form or another, has set in. It
may lead to dropsy or fatal Bright 's
disease if not checked.
Get some GOLD MEDAL Haarlem
Oil Capsules immediately. They are
an old preparation, used, all Over the
world for centuries, combining natural
healing oil and herbB, well-known to
physicians and used by thousands in
their daily practice.. The Capsules are
not an experimental, make-shift "pat
ent medicine," or "salt", whose effoct
is only temporary. Thoy are a stand
ard remody, and act naturally, gently
and quickly. But when you go to the
druggist, insist on getting the pure,
original Haarlem Oil in Capsules. Be
sure the name GOLD MEDAL is on
tho box, and thus protect yourself
(Continued from page one.)
udvanced forces arc working nortn,
is being made to the south and west.
Today tho Germans nro occupying all
of the Little Wallachia territory
which is the western one fourth of all
Rumania, although it will take several
davs to clear out the Rumanians hid
den in the forests and cities. Between
seven und ten battalions- are. believed
to be bottled up there.
Officers declare it will bo interest
ing to see what tho Ruinaiiiuiis' decide
to do whether they will fight or sur
Reports reaching Von Falkenhayn 's
headquarters today "indicated that the
German operations aro progressing
splendidly. It is belioved the Ruman
ians will be forced to choose a new line
as far back as the Alt river, thereby
giving up the entire western part of
their country, with its valimble stores,
most of which are owned by England.
England originally purchased these to
keep them 'out of German hands.
This important success achieved by
Von Fulkciihnyn will open tho Danube
for many miles, enabling them to take
advantage of important transportation
As far as comment, at Von Falken
hayn 's headquarters is concerned the
situation of the central powers against
Rumania is regarded as excellent. All
five passes are now in German and
Court House News t
jjc 'H si H
Judge Galloway went to Albany for
i 'ne purpose of holding court. He will
be absent over Tuesday.
Rnsabelle Jones has brought a suit
for the dissolution of tho marring?
contract against E. P. Jones. The
complaint states they were married in
the city of De Queen, Arkansas, ,io
March, 191 1, and that there are no
children or property interests. She
charges that he has tried various means
to get rid of her. She specifically de
clares that he deserted her in Little
In the ease of 0."IL Wilson against
George Jacob and James G. Heltzel,
aa action to recover ujoney on a piece
of land on which Jacob had an execu
tion issued und which was sold to him,
j Juntos G. Heltzel and George Jacobs
each Hied separate answers -wiuruny
to the complaint. Although Wijson al
leged he did not owe tho money, the
answers state that the proceedinys
were legal in c'H'iy respect.
A marriage license was issued this
morning to John ('. Shutt, a farmer of
Salem, and Maude Grout, also of Salem.
Licenses for the sale of real prop
ertv in the matter of the guardianship
of Paul Johnson, a minor, was given
Guy O. Smith, guardian, today. There
were no objections made and the lalo
will be made to Daniel H. Gettinger,
who already owns a three-fourth inter
est in the property to be sold.
The appraisers of the estate of Silas
Riggs, deceased, have filed a report
with the county court to the effect
that the property is worth npproxi
mutely $18.75. Tho apiiraisers were
J. L. Riggs, J. W. Harritt, and S. A
William Donaldson, administrator of
the estate of Eli Ziegler, deceased, ro-
ortcd to the county court today thnt
Took Oath of Office This
Morning and Is Given
Ahsohte Control -
Captain Charles A. Murphy, formerly
chief engiacer at the Pendleton branch
of the Oregon state hospital for the in
sane, was sworn in at a meeting of the
board of control this morning as warden
of the Oregon state penitentiary.
.Captain Murphy is to have absolute
control of the working of the peniten
tiary and has power to hire or discharge
whom he pleases. Immediately after
the meuiing was over, he wm taken out
to the penitentiary by R. B. Goodin,
secretary of tho board.
In n short talk before tho members of
the board, he asked for a system of ac
counting and that an inventory of the
stock and equipment on hand be made.
This was agreed to.
Regnidiug the punishment of reflec
tory prisoners, the method wns up to
him, although the Oregon statutes for
bid corporal punishment. The hosing
of the two prisoners by former Warden
Minto was termed corporal punishment
nnd ther:r:7w a violation of the sta
tute. Solitary confinement in the dun
geon is believed to be the most pro
nounced method of bringing refractory
prisoners to terms.
Just how the prisoners will receive
the new warden is a problem, although
unofficially they aro reported to be sat
isfied. What might have happened with
in tho prison if the new warden was a
former sheriff or police officer may be
con jectured when they registhered their
demand that the new man should bo
It is hoped by those who have the
handling of the prison that the prison
ers will givo Captain Murphy a chance
to makn good beforo condemning and
DON'T TAKEA CHANCE
Salem People Should Act in Time
If you suffer from backache,;
If you have headaches, dizzy spells;
If tho kidney secretions aro irregular,
Doa't delay likely your kidneys are
nlem people recommend Doan s Kid-
Hero s n Salem woman's experience:
Mrs. Leslie Keuscher. 1263 N. Church
St., Salem, says: ''Ten or twelve
years ago, I suffered a great deal from
rhoumatic pains in my back and nioro
or less throughout my whole body. 1
ached all over. My kidneys wero so
congested and irregular thnt I con
cluded they caused the pains. 1 began
taking Doan's Kidney Pills and they
stopped the pain in my back. I have
iiBed them off and on for ten years,
whonever I have noticed thot my kid
neys have needed. attention and. they
have always done mo good, "
. Prico 50c, at all dealers, Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Fills the Bame that
Mrs. Keuscher hnd. Fostcr-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffnlo, N. Y.
BRING HOME THE CUP
Drill Team Won Over Wood
burn at Canby District
Salem Rebekuhs, to the number of
10, ull members of Salom Rebckah
Lodge No. 1, attended the annual dis
trict meeting held Saturday at Citnby
nnd brought home with them the silver
cup in competition with tho Woodburu
Tho afternoon session Saturday was
given to the regular routine business
of the annual meeting. Tho evening
session was given to competitive a rill
work between the drill teams of Salem
und Wooilburn, Canby not competing,
although it held the oup taken from
Siilein one year ago. The cup becomes
the propertv of any lodgo that can win
it three time-nnd so far, Salem has
won it tnice.
The district convention to be held in
1917 will nssernblo at Silverton.
Anion! those from, the Snlem lode
taking part in tho competitive drili
Sat unlay are:
Mrs. Fav Wright, Mrs. Pearl Swan-
son, Mis. Myrtle Tyrell, Mrs. Lizzie A.
Walters, Miss Ethel Fletcher, 31 is.
Geneva Simeral, Mrs. Florence Viesko,
Mrs. May liatcliff, Mrs. Florence Har
lan, Mrs. Gertrude West, Mrs. Gertrude
Cuinmings, Mrs. Effio King, Mrs. Alma
Henderson, Mrs. Rachel Reedcr, Mrs.
Ida Traglio, Mrs. Anna Miller, Mrs.
Luelle Engstroino, Miss Ella Stone,
Mrs. Elaine Ray, Mrs. Joseph Lacliellc,
Mrs. Mvra Dotson, Mrs. Hnttie Comer
on, Mrs. Edith McElroy, Mrs. Linnie
Rimeral, Mrs. Elvn Estcs, Mrs. Clara
Wills, Mrs. LaMoluc R. ( lurk, Mrf
Naomi White, and the following men:
R. W. Simeral, C. O. McElroy, W. A,
Cummings and C. P. Simeral.
It is estimated that the man who
tiit-a 20 car., of crnin containing 20
per cent of moisture pays freight on 1
car of excess water, using 13 per cent
moisture ns a basis.
the total moneys received amounted tn
215.22 and that after the legal ex
penses were paid there remained thn
sum of 225.22.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
CHAS. B. HODGKIN Oenoral Insur
ance. Surety Bonds, real estate and
rentals. Hubbard Bldg. Phone 380. tl
SHOE REPAIRING Old snoei mad
like new. All leather used in repair
ing. Fair prices to all. Modern Sho
Repair Co., 464 Court St. Salem. no28
CIDER By the barrel or In any quan
tity at 10c a gallon at the" miin Cus
tom work at 2c a .gallon. Commercial .
Cider works. Phone 2194. 1010- N. .
Commercial St. ... . nov28
OREGON SCHOOL OF NEUROLOGT
(DruglesB) Inc. 428 Hubbard Bldg,
Salem. AH drugless methods taught.
Flora. A.. Brewster- M. D., Dean. Pri
vate patients 1 to 5 p. m. F.xarainSr
tiod freo. -
OBECrON Wholesale and Retail Hid
and Metal company. Highest cash
.price paid for hides, pelts, rags, need
machinery and junk of all kinds.' A
good stump poller for sale. 197 South
Commercial. Phone 399. . iiot27 . ,
FRUITLAND NURSERY Sales yr
now open for business at High and
Ferry Sts, Foil line of nursery stock.
Italian prunes a specialty. Nursery
located one mile east of ponitenttiary. '
Phoue 23F21. tf
.JSDUCE1 FREIGHT BATES To ao4
from all points, east, on all honshold
goods, pianos, etc. Consolidated car-
. toad service. Capital City Transfer
Company, agents for Pacifio Coast
Forwarding company, 161 South Cost
meroial street. Phone Mats 933.
THE NEW ARGO HOTEL J. H. Lu
terman, Prop. Chemek-bta street be
tween Com. and Eiberty, telephone
900. Absolutely clean, thoroughly
homelike, strictly modorn. There are
largor hotels in Salem, but no better.
Rates from 50c a day to $1.50. 8p
enl rates bv week or month. decS
Co, 220 N. Liberty
Phone 263. A eont-
Slete fine of Eleotria
applies and fixtures
1ALEM WATER COMPANY Off les
corner Commercial and Trade streets
For water service apply at office.
BilU payable - " '' in advanee.
4ALEM SCAVENGER Ciarles Boos,
aroprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contraets
at reasonable rates. Yard and eess
pools cleaned. Office phone Maim
8247. Rosideoea Main 2272.
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIBEU
50 years exporionce.
Depot National and American fencs
Sizes 26 to 58 in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, etc.
Loganberry and hop books.
Salem Fonee and Stove Works, 258
Court street. Phone 124.
FOR EXCHANGE 77 acre farm, 45
acres cultivated. Buildings, team,
cows and full equipment. Will accept
small tract as part payment. Square
Deal Realty Co., 202 V. 8. Bank
0B, O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practic's Fountain Head, Davenport,
Iowa. If you have tried everything
and got no relief, try Chiroprac
tic spinal aljustments and get well.
Office 400-7 8 U. S. National Bank
Building. Phone Main 87. Besidencs
0R8. B. H. WHITE and R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduate of Amer
ican school of Osteopathy, Kirksvllle,
Mo. Post graduate and specialized is.
nerve disoaaes at Los Angeles collegs
Treat acute and chronic disease
Consultation free. Lady attendant,
Office 505-508 U. B. National Bank
Building. Phone 859. Residence 34i
North Capital street. Phone 4HQ
.UEREY i;rrf WOOD SAW We livs
and pay taxes in eatem. oi
people saw your wood. Phone 2fti
na ii. Zlst. T. L. Keister, Wis,
Money to Loan
ON Good Real Estate Security.
THOS. K FORD
Over Ladd fe Bush Bank, Salem, Oregosi
ONEY TO LOAN I have made ar
rangements for loaning .eastorij
money, will make very low rate ot
Interest on highly improveOfarm.
Homer H. Smith, room 9 McCornack
Bldg.. 8alem. Ore., Phone 98.
TEBB k CLOUGH CO. C. B. Webb,
A. M. Clough morticians aad funeral
directors. Latest modern jnothods
known to the profession employed
(99 Court St. Main 120, Main 9888.
BIODON RICHARDSON CO. Fbners.
directors and undertakers, 2o2 Nortfc
High street. Day and night phone
L M. HUM
Yick So Ton?
CHINESE MEDICINE AND
nas medicine which will ear
Any knows Disease
Oven Sundays front 10:00 s. a.
' tmtil 8:00 p. m.
153 South High Street.
Ziim, Oregon. Pooas