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THE DATLY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. MONDAY, MARCH 5. 1917.
Oranges for Heal th"k
Saturday Is Or
rront UrgKaiXfition ol
Salem Heights Notes
The Ladies Aid met Wednesday af
ternoon tit the home of Mrs. Campbell.
The pleasant afternoon called forth
twenty members and. visitors and a
jjoodly sum of work was neeoiiiplished.
All enjoyed -miwie or the Vietrola-and
a dainty liineh. Mrs. ( 'anipbell " was as
sisted by Mrs. Paulson. Aid ivi'l meet
March H with Mrs. P- Moms..
Last week out teachers were assist
ed by Miss Beryl Cox, Miss liclle Mc
Allister, Herman Lund and George
Jlausen, students of the Oregon nor
mal at Monmouth.
.lohn W. I.. iSniitli. assistant superin
tendent, W. M. Smith, county superin
tendent, and M. S. l'ittman, head of
rural department, Oregon normal, were
visitors of our school the past week.
lied Hills district Sunday school con
vention was held at Salem Heights
Sunday, March 4. Aji interesting pro
gram was rendered.
Misses Martha and Olga Wikberg,
who are attending school at Monmouth,
spent, the week end at home.
l'ricjids will be sorry to learn of the
CASTOR I A
Fcr Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
o r r?rt V Suggested it. eeda so "SuJP"f E aru,
OUTCOME IS U.dC.eCM.icA HOMP Va 0NlV Gomma, pLMl A,
BUM STUrrcr 'J. . .? " ua,,ctc I Ca c-r,l THREE Hour?? Vft I Y7cSZT.
I I HERE IT IS ONLY I he HAD To DRoR outa THE i Jft I I ;
ten oclocic Game por. the evenin1- v ' ,fLDTH V,u Mm I V :
AN' I HAVE f I VQ 8QRROUI N J US Pl' J JjL. J VTr .
to quit rO F i V "T-
BORROWER I J Ti
rf i wassmaw smiiiftshMiwIiiil:.' 31 S HE ill 1 II Jl I I III III! lit Kill HI l K M I fv.. 3 E J LJ1 l" i I . C A I
7('C"' 'rib'. jS ' "' J.
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Put Sunkist Oranges
in Every Lunch Box
WHEN boxes are packed for noonday lunches, remem
ber this convenient and economical desert. Everyone
needs the orange's organic salts and acids as a digest is e aid.: And this is
orange week a good time to start the Sunki.f habit.
Natioml Orange Day h next Saturday, Mardi 10th. There will be special sale
of Sunkist Oraiifri on that day and all this week at many ttorea near you.
Sunkist Orange are uniformly gooi or :2e. They come in varying siies and
prices. Ask that your Suuki .t be delivered to you in the
original titsue wrapper. - ' 'N,
Ctlforni Pralt Orowtr Kwhnr. A Co-Operativj, Non- f ))fF7S , ?7-
www urawera. lam aukcum, uaiiwniuh
Uniformly Good Oranges ili
illness of Mrs. C. Y Sawyer, and also
of Mrs- McDonouyh.
Miss Laura Wagoner spent the past
week in Dallas.
. Mrs. Will McColluin has as her house
guests, Mrs. Plnmondon of Athena, Or.,
and Mrs. Whitehead of Lake Ore.
Then, lioberts is entertaining a num
ber of his school mates at the home ol'
his parents this evening.
Mrs. Kobcrt Hackett of Macleod, Al
berta, Canada, who has been visiting
at the Ron Morris home, has returned
home. Mrs. Ifaekett was accompanied
as far as Portland by Mrs. Hen Morris
where thev visited over Sunday with
Ihe hitter's son, Mr. and Mrs. Harry 1
The rural teachers to be from the j
normal at Monmouth met at Salem
Heights last Saturday. . Dinner was
furnished by the ladies aid. A short
program was given in the afternoon
which was enjoyed by all.
Harold llenjamin. our teacher, spent
the week end with his parents at For
est Grove, Or.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Levi P. Hershbeiger et ux to J. B.
Andrews, pt John J- Coulee cl 54-4-1W.
Augustine Klinger (widower) to Mag
daloua Seifci, pt lot 1 block 2 Palmers
. i m i r j -y it, , .... i. . rr
txrzSiSS v c
Students Have Solved
High Food Problem
Why worry about the high cost of liv
ing when 29 husky young students of
Willamette university have demonstrat
ed that 2" 1 cents a day will pay for a
diet that will furnish not only enough
to eat, but a few luxuries on the side:
Co-operative boarding has solved the
add Mt. Angel.
Peter Stock ct ux to Victorine Pens,
pt lot 4 Doud's 2d add to Woodburn.
Kmil (iier to Peter D. Nissen, lot 23
block 2 Oier's add Mt. Angel.
Kvri X. Terwilliger to F. L. Terwillg
er, lot 13 block 3 Parrish add "A" to
Salem; also lot i) Sunny side, iruit
Frank Keyes et ux to Frank and
Mnrv Hrubetz, pt Marv A. C. Corzine
Henrv Klender ct ux to August and
Mary Grimm, pt lots 20 and 21 block 1
Auburn add Salem.
M. C. Davis et ux to Wm. O. Dorn
busch, nil of lot 4 Keizcr Fruit Tracts.
F,. M. Croisan et ux to J. N. Jones,
pt Henry Croesynt cl 75-7-3W.
John H. McNarv et'ux to Jno. A.
Lankford, state 11-8-4W; state '12.8-4W;
Jno. McBce 12-8-4W.
C ASTO R I A
WitU tlic frehmen glee a thing of the
past and the men's glee club away on
it ix weeks' tour, college life will
assume a purely scholastic type until
time for preparation of the annual May
dny festival. Iu athletics no contest
have been scheduled fur the ufar future,
but regular woikouts in both track and
l-sebll will be iu order whenever the
A few uiiui'teH before six bells thin
morning the men's glee club started the
six weeks' tour of eastern Oregon,
Washington and Idaho. It is estimated
that 2,W0 miles will be covered. So j
far .'io concerts are definitely sched
Yesterday tre private car arranged
for by Manager Meevej, reached here.
It was attempted to place a piano in it,
but it was ininssible to get one through
the door. An attempt ill be made to
get a small instrument in Portland, that
the warblers may exercise their arched
throats, -while crossing the great expanse
of desert waste land.
For fear that their alarm clocks would
fail them most of the club members in
habited their downy beds in the car last
night. Sleeping quarters during the
eutirc trip will be confined to the
conch, but vnrious and sundry restraints
will appease the songsters appetites.
The initial concert will be given at
Madras tonight. Many of the men are
suffering from slight attacks of the
grippe or colds and sore throats, but
consistent doctoring for the past few
days has placed most in a fair condi
tion. Tim HW-eiltnro ftir tlin nttilnti.. ntvarito
arrived and were simply handed out to
the men from the varsity book store. It
was impossible to secure them for the
annual anaru uay program tioid ci
ruary 22. :
Work on the 191S WatluUih is show
ing results- Considerable work has al
ready been received from the engraver,
and some of the write-ups are ready for
the printers. The printing contract was
let to the Statesman job office.
All of the individual pictures oi r,e
liberal arts classes have been taken, as
well as the men's literary society
groups, the football, basketball and
club pictures. This week the law school
will be photographed. Otto Paulus is
engaged to' take campus scenes, and
snap shots of college life.
problem for the university students, as
theCommous Co-operative club lived
and thrived during the month of Feb
ruary at a total cost to each of $7.03.
This is an actual fact and the boys have
the" figures to prove it.
The Commons Co-Operative club is
composed of 29 young men associated to
reduce the high cost of living. . They
have rooms in Waller hall. The cook is
paid $40 and board, and the young men
lake turns in waiting on the table,
washing dishes and cutting wood. This
average of $7.(53 for February includes
all expense of food as well as fuel, light,
rent and other incidentals.
The breakfast menu includes postuiu
or coffee, . several kinds of breakfast
food, hot cakes, bread and butter and
occasionally meats.,. For lunch, three
vegetables are served, fish, soup and the
usual supply of bread and butter. For
dinner there is two kinds of vegetables,
cocoa, two meats, a dessert and several
The buying and business management
of the club is attended to by the presi
dent, David Hnssel, and vice-president,
Portland, Or., March 5. On his re
turn Saturday, from San Francisco J.
IL Dyer, assistant general manager of
the Southern Pacific, expressed keen
satisfaction on the January traffie re
port which he was, analyzing. It show
ed that during the first mouth of this
year 101,021 tons, or 9820. cars, of
freight were handled over the Oregon
lines, compared with 70,938 tons, or
4(181 cars, for the same mouth of last
Dutnis Eucalyptus Wntmtfrt
AT ALL 010) TORCS
Tuaca ase Jaw 60c
The following prices for fruits
and vegetables Aro those asked by
the wholesaler of the retailer, and
not what is paid to the producer.
All other prices are those paid tho
pioducer. Corrections are made
California cygs in Portland and Se
attle are responsible for" the sudden
drop of about ten cents a dozen in
three days. The price today seems to
be holding at 20 and 21 cents cash.
The livestock market continues
strong with pork bringing as high as
12 cents on foot. The Chicago mar
ket is strong today and of course the
strong eastern demand will uphold the
Oats, new .'. 45"0c
Harlcy, ton $3435
Shorts, per ton $32
Hay, cheat $8f10
Hay, vetch $10U
Hay, clover $10(rfll
Creamery butter, por- pound.. 44c
Country butter 3032c
. Eggs and Poultry
Kggs, trade '23c
Eggs, cash 21c
Hens, pound l!i17c
Roosters, old, per pound 9c
Pork, Veal and Mutton
Pork on foot 12(.12Vic
Veal, according to quality ....1013M:e
Bulls , 45e
Figs and Dates
Figs, 30 12-oz $2.60
Black figs -v 10c
White figs He
Golden dates 15c
Dromedary dates $3.75
Cabbage ' 6c
String garlic 710c
Potatoes, per 100 pounds $3
Parsnips, carrots and beets ........$1.25
Qreen onions 40c
Lettuce, California, crate $3.25
Onions 9(5)9 Ac
Tamalo husks, lb 10c
Brussels sprouts - 12c
Oranges, navels-...: ,. $2.753.00
Lemons, pt-T box $3.50(a'4.00
Bananas, pound ............ Be
California grape fruit . $3.50
Florida grape truit ipo.ouiaiu.ou
Pineapple ..... 8e
Creamery butter 50c
Country cutter . uc
Eggs, dozen 30c
Snaar, can $8.45
Sugar, beet $8.25
Flour, hard wheat .. $2.10$2.40
Flour, vulley ' $1.902.05
Partland, Or., March 5.
Wheat, club $1.05
Red Russian $1.01
Fort vf old $1.65
Oats, Xo. 1 white feed $37.25
Barley, feed $39
Hogs, best live $13.50
Prime steers $9.7;( 10
Fancv cows $88.50
Spring lambs $13.25
Butter, city creamery 42(ffi43e. -
Eggs, selected local ex. 24c.
Geese 12(o 12VL.C
i FARMERS PRODUCE CO.
X Successors to Mickingham & Co.
A highest cash price paid for
eggs, poultry, veal, hogs and
Hens for the next 3 days 17c
aides fu to it-u.
160 S. High . Phone 10
year. This is a gain of almost 110 per
The commodities carried in January
of this year included "175 ears of lum
ber, compared with 1138 ears for the
first month of last year; 883 cars ofpo
tatoes, which was 834 more than in
January, 191(5, and large loadings of
grain, fruit, vegetables, canned gooils,
fuel wood, sand ami gravel. Most of
the commodities were outbound for Cal
ifornia and the east.
"These figures refer to the Portland
division only, and the percentage of
increase over a year ago is greater on
the Oregon lines than for the entire
Southern Pacific, system," said MrJ
Dyer. - - '
YOUTH REFUSED TO STAND
FOR NATIONAL ANTHEM
Dallas, Or.. .March 5. District At
torney K, K. J'iaseeki is iu receipt ol'
inlormatiim ironi raws v uy cnarging
that a young man of that city refused
to stand tip with the rest of the con
gregation while sinking the national
anthem last Sunday. ,lr. Piaserki re
ceived word from . the office of the
1'nited States district i.Ttorney in Port
land some weeks ago to keep n sharp
lookout for such cases and to' report
the same to him immediately. The case
from this county will be one of. the
first reported in the slate so far.
! The Daily
Quick, Handy Reference
for Bnsy People
Electric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High Main 120(1
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTTNO AND TINNING
Earr, 164 South Commercial street Main 193
TRANSFER AND DRAYAGE
Truck & Dray Co, corner State and Front streets Mai 74
FOR SALE Or trade fo team, six
room house and lot with outbuildings,
very cheap Will take team of horses
in exchange. Square Deal Realty Co.,
202 U. S. Bank bldg.
FLORA A. BREWSTER, M. D. Neu
rologist, nerTous and chronic diseas
es a specialty. 35 yrs. experience 'with
drugs, surgery and drugless methods.
Examination free. 712 State St. Ph6ne
FRUITLAND NDRSEHY High and
Ferry Sts. Full line nursery stock.
Italian prune a specialty. Nursery lo
cated one niilo east of penitentiary.
Address R. 0, Salem, Ore. Phone 100
DR. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practic s Fountain Head, Davenport,
Iowa. If yon have tried everything
and got no relief, try Chiropractie
spinal adjustments and get well. Of
fice 406-7-8 U. S. National Bank
building. Phone Main 87. Residence,
WEBB & CLODGH CO. C. B. Webb,
A. M. Clough morticians and funeral
directors. Latest modern methods
known to the profession employed.
499 Court St. Main 120, Main 9888.
RIGDON-RICHARDSON CO. Funeral
directors and undertakers, 252 North
High street. Day and night phone
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Sooi,
proprietor. Garbage and Tefuse of alJ
kinds removed on monthly eontracti
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Mair
2247. Residence, Main 2272.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd ft Bush bank, Salem, Oregon
MONEY TO LOAN
Eastern Money at Lowest Rates, on
approved Security, Homer H, Smith,
Room 5, McCornack Bldg., Salem, Or.
INSURANCE AND HEAL ESTATE
CUAS. B. HODGKIN General Insur
ance, Surety Bonds, roal estate and
rentals. Hubbard bldg. Phone 886. tf
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIHEE
50 years experience.
Depot National and American fenei
Sizes 26 to 58 in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, etc.
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 25
Court street. Phone 124.
DRS. B. H. WHITE and R. W. WALi
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerve speeialists. Graduate of Amer
lean school of Osteopathy, Kirksville,
Mo. Post graduate and specialized is
nerve diseases at Los Angeles college
Treat acute and chroma diseases
Consultation free. Lady attendant
Office 505-506 U. S. National Bank
building. Phone 859. Residence, 34(
North Capital street. Phone 469.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Offic
corner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
MODEHN WOODMBN OF AMKRICA Or
gon Cedar Camp. No. B24rt, met everj
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock la Mc
Derby-Lniky bldg., corner Court and
High streets. J. t Day, V. c, J. a.
SALI'M LO 1)013 N&. e, A. F. A. M.
Stated cemmiiiilcotloa frt Friday I
nrh month hi 1 :M o. m. In the Mnnli
Temple. Fred A. .Mclntire, W.M.;S.Z.
Why the Journal is popular
It prints tho world's news to-
day while it's news.
NEW TODAY ADS WILL BE
read in the Journal In all live
Marion county homes Try 'em.
WrTBD ARTISANS Opltal Awohlr,
w. 7, niroia cerj xnursanj mi o p.
m. in I. O. O. F. hall. C. O. Matlock,
M. A. C. A Vibbert secretary, Crowa
Drug store, 338 State street.
A. O. V. W. Protection toage Ne. t,
mi-cia trvrrj jhqdubj evening ac 15 ro cue
UcCoraick hall corner Court b4 Liberty
streets. L. fi. Miwon, M. W., tt. A.
McFadden, recorder; A. L. Browi.
nnanciur; B. B. Duncan, treasurer.
4AI.HM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D. Keeltr
president; Mr. Lou Tlllson, serretvw.
All cases of cruelty or nesjlect of dumk
sntmale sboald be reportetl te tAs
ecretary for Infeetlgatlon.
OB MOLAT COMMANDEJEI. No. B,,K.
Regular conclsre fourth Friday In eaea
mouth at 8 o'clock p. m., In llesonle
Temple. Sojuinilng Sir Knight are
courteously Invited to meet with ua.
Glen O. Niles, E. C H. B. Thieleen,
QODSON COTJNCIL, . 1, B. 4k 8. II.
Stated aaacmbly first Monday In Hot
month, Masonic Temple, V. A. Marcus
Thrico Illustrious Master; Glen C
SALKM COTJNCIL NO. 2(122 Knight sni
Ladie of Security Meets every 2nd Si
, 4th Wednesday each month at Ham
Hull. Visiting aaciuber are tnrlted t
attend. K. F. Walton, financier, 4S0 .
PACIFIC LODGE) No. BO, A. F. A A. kL
Stated comraunlcttlons third Friday
tn each month at 7 :30 p. m. Io the
Musonlc Temple, vy. II. Dancy, W. U,
Winest IL C'baate, seeretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLT Meet every
Friday night at 8 o'clock in Derby
bldg., Court and High Sts. A. J.
Sweinink, C. C; L. S. Geer, clerk,
507 Court street. Phone 593. .
R. N. A. "Oregon Grape Camp" No.
1360, meet every Thursday evening
in Derby and Lafky building, Court
and High streets; Mrs. : Sylvia
Schaupp 1971 Market, oracle; Mrs.
Molissa Fersons, recorder, 1296 Nortk
Commercal. Phone 1436AI.
: TRAVELERS' GUIDE t
OUEGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY. CO.
Lt. Salem Train No. Ar. Portlaal
4 :35 a. m 2 Owl ....... 0 :68 a. a.
7 :lfl a. m B :26 a. SB.
9:45a.m. .... 10 Limited. .. .11 :95 a. m.
11:20 a.m. . 12 1:35 p.m.
1 :50 p. m 14' J 4 :00 p. ss.
4:00 p. m la Limited ... B 40 p. s.
5:80 p. m 20 ., 7:40 p. a.
7:65 p. to 22 10:00 p. ss,
Poaiusn to Balm
:0 a. m. Salem S :85 Engen 10 :5B a.
8:30a.m. ... 5 Limited 10:11..
10:45 a. m 7 12:BBD.st.
2:05 p. m 8 4:15 p. SB.
4:40p.m. ... 13 Limited .... 6:40 p. as.
6 :05 p. m 17 Local .... 8 :10 p. .
9:20n. m. 10 11 :20 b. as.
11 :45 p. m 21 Owl 1 ;65 p. .
Lt. Corvallls Ar. Bales
4 :10 p. m 20 B :S0 D. a.
Lv. Eugene. Ar. Baleaa
1 :a a. m. .... io Limited .... :o a. m.
1 :55 p. m 18 Limited ... 4 :00 p. ,
5 :25 p. m 22 7 :BB p. m.
12 :00 p. m 2 Owl 4 :85 a. a.
Lv. Rnlem. Ar. Bngea
1:55. m 21 Owl 8:50 a. at.
10:13. m 6 Limited ....12:25pa.
Lv. Salem Ar. Alby
12 :55 p. m . . T 1 -.50 p. m.
Stops At Corvallls
Lv. Salem. Ar. Albaay
4:15 p. m. ........ 9 B :10 p, n.
. . 7 :85 . m.
Lv. Salem. Ar. Bugea
6:45 p ro 18 8:50 p. as,
Lt. Corvallls. Ar. Sate
8:2Bs.m 10 0:4Sa.a.
12:12p.m , 14 l:45p.aa.
2:41p.m 18 4:00 p.m.
4:10 p. m 20 B:S0p.n.
6:18 p. m 22 7 AS p. SB.
Lv. Salem. Ar. Cervatlla
10:15a. m 6 11:8.1a.m.
4:15 p. m 8 B:36p.a
12:55 p. m 7 2:20 p.m.
6:40 p. m. 18 8:00 a. a.
No. 78 Arrive at Malem 9:15. m.
No. 701 -eaves Knlem 9 :50 a. m.
No. 75 Ar. Salem (mixed) ....2:00p.m.
No. 74 Leave Salem 8 :05 p. m.
No counectlen south of Geer.
SALKH, FALM ClTT AND VfSSTSBN
No. 161 Lt. Snlem, motor 7:00 a.m.
No. 103 Lv. Salem, motor . . . . .0 :46 1. m.
No. 105 Lv. Salem for Monmouth
and Alrlle 1:40 p.m.-
No. 167 Lv. Salem, motor 4:OOp.m.
No. 109 Lv. Saleui, nnittr 0:15 p.m.
No. 2;i( Way Kr't lv. Salem. . . .5 -.00 a. m.
No. 102 Ar. Salem 8:30a.m.
No. 104 Ar. Salem 11 :10a. ai
No. 100 Ar. Salera ........... 8:15p.m.
No. 108 Ar. Snlein '. . . 6:00 pm.
No. 170 Ar. Salem 7:45p.m.
So. 240 Way I'r't ar Salm.... 2:30p.m.
WILLAMETTE ItlVKH ROUTtJ
Ortgon Oily Trannportnlloii C'owBonv
Unnts leave Snlem for Portland Monday;
IVediieiiday and Friday at II a. m.; ad
l'uesday, Thursday and Saturday morning
at 6 . m. ForCorvalll the boats leave
Hulcm Tuesday, ThurHday and Saturday
evenings at 8 o'clock. Boats leave Port
laud for Salem at 6:45 each mornln.