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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. ORECON. TUESDAY. APRIL 10. 1917.
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HAVE TOU WOOD SAWING I Can
phone 7. tf
FOB B EXT SIGN'S For aala at Cap
ital Journal office. tf
GET PRICES On farm aala bills at
The Journal office.
DARRY WINDOW CLEANEB Phone
J)R EXCHANGE Good work horse
for good cow. 410 ( Sre Journal. 4-11
COOD TOE BUGGY For sale. 1427 X.
IX) YOI' WANT ROOMS Single or en
auitct 633 Forry. l'hone 704. 4-14
FOR SALE Thoroughbred
aettor pups, l'hone 677J.
COOD TOP BUGGY For sale. 1407 N.
WANTED Wood splitters. Call
Lee St. Saturday afternoon.
GARDENS PLOWED At right prices
C. E. Miller. Thone 837. 5-3
JONES' NUBSEBY State and
FOR SALE Baled eraU hay and vetch
hav. Georee Swegle. tf
HIGHEST Market prleo paid
beans. Phone .175. Mr. Cooper.
TRESPASS Notice for aala at Jour
nal office. tf
SIX CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS
45.00. Dr. Mar. Phone 072. u
LOST Right hand black auto glove
Fridav, reward. Return to Journal
FOB SALE Good 2 year old French
Coach colt; also light all purpose
mare. 1")'J5 N. Cottage St. 4-x.:
FOR SALE 10 seres bearing prune
orchard near Liberty, bargain, terms.
Owner 205 U. S. Natl bk. bldg. 4-12
LOTS FOR RENT 11 lots in one tract
suitable for beans or potatoes. Phone
'arev F. Martin. 419. 4-10
FOR RENT 3 joom dwelling $10 for
season: Phone Carey F. Martin, 419.
WANTED Man to contract to tie
strings in hop yard of 100 acres. R.
. box 98. Lec Kins. 4-11
tost A broach on East Center St..
between 17th and 24th; finder please
.-nil 2381 R. 4-10
WANTED Men to cut several hun
.dreil cords of wood near Crabtree,
Or, Phone 1322.1. Call evenings.
WAXTED Men to take contract of
cutting ond logging timber to river
honk Phone 14F13. 4-11
FOR SALE CHEAP Five room fcun
air. three lots, near car line.
PhnTiB 1334 or write 445 Meyers. 4-9
JO ACRES BEARING PRUNES
if tnken at once. H. A,
.Tnhnenn ( O 4-11
FREE RENT Want my city property
occupied. Address box 32, R. 3, Ger
WANTED Good shipping potatoes.
Will pay top price. Salem Fruit Co.
FOB BENT 2 office rooma, one fura
nuu Dtv.vj-.us . -
H7 W 'NTnTrio receiver. II
OCT VHTTT? Tresnais notices, new
upply of cloth one at Capital Jour
TX1ST Do?, female setter, red ears,
body white, with red ticks. Reword.
Hill, box 55, route 2. Phone 61F13.
SECOND HAND MENS CLOTHING
Bicrcles, jewelry, musical "
ments. tools, guns, etc., bought, sold
and traded. Capital Exchange &&
Court St. Phono 493.
FOR WENT 6 room strictly modern
bungalow, well furnished, furnace
heat, will rent reasonable to right
artv. no children. Address 49 care
FOR SALE OR TRADE Cheap land
with good advantage, 230 acre near
Cottage Grove, mostly well fenced,
over 20 acre open to plow, family
orchard, house, good barn, good roads
Deal all or part. Address box 397,
Cottage Grove, Or. 4-14
A GOOD Well improved farm 6. acre
all nder cultivation, good buildings,
three quarter mile from railroad sta
tion, in good town, twelve miles
north of Salem. Cash rent $325.00.
Geo. B. Jacobs, room 14. Breyman
building, phono 848, 180 North Com
PAPER 75c PER PAPER
Tor Newspaper, Magazine, and Books,
wa will pay 75c per hundred pounds.
Whether yoa have 100 pounds r 100
tons call as and we will promptly call
to sea yon. Don't forget our Telephone
WESTERN JUNK COMPANY
Salem's Leading Junk Dealers
Ealem Bilverton Independence
FOR SALE Fre.h row, 4 year olJ.
Urate, Kouto 2, box 53. 4-12
FOB RENT Suite of good housekeep
ing rooms; also one deeping room.
340 Union St. 4 10
WHITE LEU HORN" Hatching eggs
13 for $1.00. W. H. Baker, R. 0, S
FOR RENT Comfortable rooms with
hourd, reasonable- 2tf2 X. Church.
Phone 1013. 4 io
1 HAVE Some fau y potatoes, am go
ing away, must sell. Address 335 S.
WANTED Man to cut wood, 1.2."
cord. ti. C. Bolter, l'hone 22otiV.
201H Trade St. 4-10
FOR RENT Well furnished
tractive rooms, close in.
street. Mrs. Eugene T. Prcscott. 4-12
A GOOD POSITION -Open to salesman
experience not necessary, Box 412
"OR ALBERTA Car about May 1, do
you want space. Address i:so A. in
St. - 4-11
FOR RENT Old stvlo dwelling with
barn. Phone Carey F. Martin. 41!.
FOR RENT Garden lots suitable for
potatoes or beans. Phono Carey F.
Martin. 419. 4-10
DRESSMAKING Promptly done, hem
stitching ;c per yard. Koora 10 Mc
Cornack bldg. Phone 117. 5-7
C. D. RYDER Painting, paper hang-
neatly done. Phone 1274M. 4-12
DAIRY FOR SALE Stayton's only re
tail dairy, including rami lease it
desired. A. T. Brewer, Stayton, Or.
FOR TRADE Vi or full bloek of land
in Boise, Idaho, for property in or
near Salem. Price $3200. Address
Geo. 1 Peed. Phone 2123J. 4-10
FOR RENT Old stylo dwelling, gar
den plat with chicken yard, near
woolen mills. Phone Carey F. Mar
tin, 419. 4-10
MIDDLE AGED LADY Wants posi
tion as housekeeper. Address Mrs.
Minnie Reagan, Turner, Or., R. 2.
MONEY LOANED On furniture, ve-
mcies, livestock, implements, etc.
Union Loan Agency, 217 S. Higk
Btreet. . 4-28
100 ACRES Good location, well im
proved on main highway, 80 cultiva
tion, running water; bargain, terms.
H. A. Johnson & Co. r; 4 )1
AUCTIONEERS Col. W. F. Wright,
Turner, Or., Col E. G. Snider, Salem,
Or. .Best service, reasonable rates,
Phone 1428M. Salem, Or. tf
FOR SALE Modern 5 room house,
good reason for selling. Price $1150
if taken soon. This is a snap. P. N.
Andresen. 1155 Hood St. 4-14
FOR SALE 100 acres fine location,
well improved, one of Polk county s
best farms, terms. Owner, 205 U. H.
Xat'l bk. bldg. 4-12
WANTED To rent, or buy on terms, a
modern 6 or 7 room house with gar
den spot and chicken lot. Address
Card Hall, Salem, Or., or phone 718
FOR EXCHANGE 140 acres wheat
land in Washington, close to two
towns, value $4000, to trade for E
to 20 acres close to Salem. E. Hill,
box 55, Route 2. 4-12
WAXTED A reliable agent to handle
our Flexible Spray Nozzle. A big
field, big profits- All fruit growers
use them. Send for sample. Hughes
& Jones, 11 1-8 North Tower Ave.,
Centralia, Wash., 4-11
THE FIX1T SHOP We sharpen lawn-
mowers, shears, cutlery, saws, etc.,
repair umbrellas and furnicure, gen
eral job work. Court St. opposite old
Chicago store. Phone 1022. Work
Called for. 5-5
FOR SALE-Fine 30 acre Italian prune
orchard, 25 acres in bearing, 5 acres
one and two year old prune trees,
located - on Pacific Highway. Price
$10,000. W. II. Grabenhorst & Co
275 State St.
NOTICE OF IMPROVEMENT
Of the Alley in Block 47, City of Salem
Notice is hereby given that tho com
mon council deems it expedient so to
do, end hercby-deelares its purpose and
intention to improve the alley in block
47 of the city of Salem between tho
north line of Ferry street and the
south line of State street at the ex
pense of the abutting and adjacent
pense oi me Huunuig nnu
property bv bringing said portion 0f
r'"J .V " . . & , j
said alley to tfle established grade and
paving the same witn a rortiana ce
ment Concrete Pavement six inches in
thickness, in accordance with the plans,
specification and estimates for the im
provement of said portion of said al
ley adopted by the common council
May 15. 1918, wnicn are now on rut
in the office of the city recorder, and
which, for greater certainty and a
more detailed description inereoi arc
hereby referred to and mado a part
The common council hereby declares
it purpose aad intention te make the
proposed improvement above describ
ed, by and through the street improve
ment department of the city of Sa
By order of the common council.
EARL HACK, City Recorder.
Date af first publication of thi no
tice April 4, 1917. 4 14
NEW TODAY ADS WILL BE
read ia the Joarnal la all lire
Marioa eouaty home Try 'em.
RAILROADS GEARED TO WAR AHE A NATIONAL NEED. THOSE OF THE PRESENT WERE CONSTRUCTED ONLY FOR THE WAYS OF
peaceful commerce, with no thought of strategy. Should the call be made upon our transportation facilities to hurl a forco of hundreds of thousands of
men from the centre of the country to the Pacific slope or to the Mexican border to meet invaders from beyond the sens the unniilitary nature of these
"boulevards of steel" would be at once apparent. The very genius of. railroading is American and great traft'ie problems here and abroad have been
solved, by American brains, and yet the methods used in this country for the tiaiisui.rtation of troops arc priinative compared with those which are em
ployed in the European war. Great armies have to be mobilised and transported in a hurry with enormous quantities of munitions and supplies and
planning long in advance is imperative to avoid fatal congestion.
Which Means $500 of the
$1500 Desired Has Al
ready Been Secured
Mere than one third of the $l"i00 to
be raised to aid the Young Women's
Christian association' for the coming
year was subscribed yestorday and the
workers report a cordial reception ev
erywhere today. The work being done
bv the association has the utmost ap
proval of the community and those in
charge feel that the amount will be se
cured this week. .
This morning the services at the as
sociation were well attended Mrs. F.
T. Porter leading in prayers. .Notwith
standing the rainy weather, all the
captains and their teams went to work
with enthusiasm in order to keep up
their . good Teeord .of l yesterday.
Today the team under the" direction
of Mrs. Z. J. Riggs is working among
the teachers of the city. Yesterday sev
eral of the teams were working to their
To the 4:30 o'clock afternoon teas,
every one who is interested in the suc
cess of the association is invited. At
these afternoon teas, tho captains and
members of the teams make their fi
nancial reports and also tell of their
experiences during the day 's work.
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. H. H. ding
er will preside and will be assisted by
Mrs. M. L. Meyers, Mrs. E. L. Baker,
Mrs. R. E. Lec Steiner, Miss Gertrude
Cunningham and Miss Barbara Stein
er. The subscriptions as announced at
tho afternoon meeting for the work of
Monday is as follows, according to the
reports" of the team leaders:
Mrs. Jos. H. Albert $220.50
Mrs. A. L. Brown 1G7.00
Mrs. F. A. Elliott 1 7.00
Mrs. Walter Spaulding 63.50
Ince "find," Enid Bennett,
Newest Triangle Star
"Princess of the Dark," which will
bo seen at the Oregon theater today,
has as its star Enid riennett, a little
Australiaii actress, said to be possessed
of n nnir of the most wonderful eyes
ever seen on the screen. She was en-
gaged by Thomas H. Ince soon after marriageable today began to blame it
he met her during a visit to New York. I 0n the girls in New York. Many youths
The story in which Ince presents between the ages of 19 and 25 appear
Miss Bennett in' her first appearance ;ng at the marriage license bureau here
as a Triangle star is that of a blind before 11 o'clock today declared to
girl who lives in a world of beautiful cllicf cjerk slly that they had liter
surroundings created by her own im-lal)y been foreed into it by the insist-
agination. The restoration ot ner signt
brings both joy and tragedy into tier
William Is Typical
Ardent Lover Though 76
Portland. Or., April 10. The attempt
trf.lK T 1 I 1. A( ,rt
of William crou., ,
bv the most approved cave man mcth-
"Z ' .. ... ... ,.
Armed with a marriage license
. , , , . . . , . .
he went to the home of his bride to be,
v Soroti Ilodsnn. aire 7fi. and her son
Mrs. Sarah Dodson. age 76, and her son
Hiram Dodson, aged 5(3, with the
avowed intention of marrying her. He
knocked down the back door knocked
Hiram into a woodbox and attempted
to cam- off Mrs. Dodson. Deputy Sher-
ff Phillips interfered.
Nights of Sleep vs.
-Nights of Agony
Verdict Favors D. D. D.'
It i foolish to He awake all the long
Blent through with that Intolerable ttehlng
paused by Ecaema and wtt the coming of
the day. D. V. D. Prescription ts mado
for you If yon are a sufferer. Jt will cool
that hot. inflamed and Itching skin, jo
will be eble to rest at nicht, wake in the
morning- refreshed and life will be worth
living. We know It wtil do all these things,
as we have testimonials from many suffer
ers right among your neighbors. Try a bottle
and yon will not regret It Come lntodjr.
iaiM Slda Remedy
J. C. Perry.
PRICES ONDOWN GRADE
Rather Than Lessen Feel
ing of Unrest
New York, April 10 The New York
Evening Sun financial review today
News developments over night were
or a character somewhat to accentuate
rather than lessen the feeling of un
certainty in securities and money mar
ket circles. I
Wall Street is concerned over the
forthcoming government bond issue.
Bankers are practically unanimous in
believing it would bo unwise to attempt
to float such a hnge issue in a lump
sum at the 3 per cent proposed.
There is a strong sentiment in favor
of keeping proceeds of the bond sale
in the banks and employing paper for
The banking fraternity is opposed to
heavy industrial taxation m raising
ether funds needed
Tmditio- wu moderately .etive but
the course of prices was irreiular,
Both Union Pacific and Reading sold
up more than two points.
The ndustrial list was narrowly ir
regular at the opening, with a tenden
cy to weakness in the early session.
There was a ratly at mid day to near
the Monday closing level, after which
prices again declined irregularly. Unit
ed States Steel sold below 109 before
the tonnage statement. This was re
garded as a particularly good showing.
In the latter movements steel ruled be
tween 1091-. and 110..
The copper groups were steady save
for weakness in Utah.
Prospect of Being Drafted
Drives Hundreds Into
Bonds of Matrimony
New York, April 10. The "slacker"
i , f. . j others frankly stated
they didn't want to go to war and
many refused to givo any reply.
Scully took advantage of a crush
around his office doors to inform the
couples that marriage at this time will
not exempt any man from military
Increase 400 Per Cent.
'an Francisco, April 10. Cupid has
!, T'nnl. Sam
"--y " . -
!i uo Vmu since the American
declaration of a state of war with
In" the last two weeks the sale of
marriage licenses at the city hall has
increased nearly 400 per cent, "Cupid"
Munson, marriage license clerk an
Xearly half of the bridegrooms of
yesterday were between the ages of 19
and 25 the tentative ages set for the
first draft in the new American army.
Portland Gets It.
Portland, Or., April 10. More men
between 19 and 23 years, the con
scription ages, are securing marriage
license here each day now than men
of all ages together in a week did a
month or two ago. Twenty-one couple
were married here yesterday, breaking
all records for this county. Of this
number at least eleven of the men
were of tho conscription age.
Cut Off Extra Help.
Chicago, April 10. Cupid is encoun
tering increasing difficulties today.
Eleven of the fifteen license bureau
cleTks who aided in yesterday's rush
when more than a regiment of young
meip applied or licenses, were not on
'f V . a Mfv. "
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Two at Minneapolis Destroyed
Loss $3,000,000 Bridge
Minneapolis, Minn.,' April 10. -Origin
I of mysterious fires which destroyed two
large grain elevators here last nigktj
and another which threatened the
bridge across the Mississippi river at
Fort Snelling is puzzling authorities
Guardsmen on duty at elevators near
those burned said they heard shots in
the vicinity of the buildings. No guards
had been stationed at the burned struc
tures. The loss was estimated at $3,
000,000. The first fire was discovered in the
middle of the olij wooden bridgo across
the river at Fort Snelling by guards
men. Troops at the post, called out by
firing of the- cannon, extinguished tho
fire. Tho blaze, which started in the
darkest part of the bridge, was declared
Patrolman Tuohy, among the first on
Officers at Fort Snelling, however,
aid it might have been caused by drop.
ping or a lignted cigrrette,
-iS. . .1- ,l r- ia
lire was d.scovcred in the Marf.eld
jiram company elevator at 2 a. ni. and
in a short time the structure with a ca
pacity of one million bushels and near
ly filled with wheat, was in ruins.
Shortly before 11 a. ni. fire was dis
covered in elevator D of the Quinn
Shephe.rdson company. Svencty thou
sand bushels o'f grain were destroyed-
While this fire was raging a watch
man at another elevator 200 yards
away, twice discovered fires apparently
of incendiary origin in his building.
The Pilgrim's club of the First Con
gregational church will hold its rea
ular meeting this evening at 8:30
o'clock and will be addressed by Dr.
Carl Gregg Doney. A dinner will be
served by the ladies of tho church.
There seems to he plenty of snow not
only in this part of the world but elsewhere-
Up on the ridge of the Black
Rock country the snow wis packed solid
two feet deep snow has interferred with
the logging of the Spaulding Logigng
Justice Lawrence T. Harris will speak
this evening before the Six o'clock club
at the First Methodist church taking for
his Biibject, "The History of the Ore
gon Judiciary." The address will fol
low the serving of a dinner by the ladies
of the church,
Official notice has been received by
recruiting officer Adams that the age
limit for navy recruits, which former
ly was from 17 to 30 years, lin been
changed whereby young men Irt years
old may enlist and the limit of age is
George O. Brown is making several
alterations and additions to his home on
Summer street. These will include the
enlarging of the living room, a new
fireplace and a new dining room. The
iircpiace anu a new .i.uing rooT, in
worn i oe.ng ao e ny xx. -v r.iy a a
the plan were drawn by George M.
When the patriotio spirit struck Sa
lem, T. G- Blih was one of the heaviest
losers, as five of his employes have en- j
listed in Company M. Not to be out-
done in patriotism, Mr, Bligh has assur-:
eil every one of the boy who enlisted :
that their positions were open whpn j
they returned from the front. This hold-1
ing of positions by Mr. Blich for the;
boys who enlist is in line with the best
patriotic spirit of the community and
one that is being followed by the lead
ing mercantile house and corporations.
the job. The scores who stormed the
doors again were notified that they
had to wait their turn while the reg
ular office force handled the business.
Washington, April 10. Call
ing upon the- farmers of tho
country to enlist "as soldiers
of the commissary" President
Wilson said this afternoon thut
upon the patriotism of the far
mers depended whether this
country was to answer the call
of its own and allied peoples
The president's appeal was
in the form of a message read .
at the convention of the Na
tional Agricultural Society here
RESERVE CLUB MEETS
Tbis For the Purpose of Dis-
cussing Taking Examin-
There will be no examination
second lieutenants of the officers'
serve corps this week, according to a
telegram received this afternoon by
Captain Rosenberg from headquarter
in San Francisco. The' telegram states
that it is impracticable to send an of
ficer to Salem this week but that on
opening will be round next week,
M m . h Ueutellnllt Jol.
! ., .,. .i.,i,. ,i,:
will be found next week
Caplnin Rosenberg aks that the re
serve corps class meet Thursday night
of this week to discuss the proposition
of going to Corvallis on Sunday to
tak. the examination there, as the
lieutenant there has signified his will
ingness to examine the men on that
Captain Rosenberg has also made ar
rangements to have Colonel C. U. l!aii
tenbein, senior officer of the reserve
corps in tho United States, come to
Salem next week to lecture to the class
on a subject connected with the exami
nation. Captain Max Gehlhar has been
secured to givo tho class a lecture on
military law some time next week.
For those who are interested in Sun
day school work and for teachers in the
Sunday schools, an interesting lecture
will bo given Friday evening of this
v.eek at the Presbyterian church by
l'rof. Jnckson, of the University of Ore
gon. Ho will talk on "Missiuns and tti r, '.k,',i i ....,
the Sunday School." The talk will beUnt! 8al" B''"1'1 worr-v
illustrated by charts,
There is no ad-
Edgar M. Rowland, a member of the
Third Regimental band stationed at
Vancouver barracks, is homo on a 24
hour leave of absence to visit his pa
rents. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Rowland.
j While on the Mexican border with Com-
pany l he was assigned to the regi
mental band and re-enlisted when the
All National Guard
Units To Be Recruited
- 1 Washinaton. Anril 10. The wnr de
partment today instructed that all pies-
ent national guard units be recruited
up to the war strength of 100 per com
pany but that no additional units be
This rule will remain effective until
congress acts upon the new army bill.
The purpose of the order was to con.
centrate on existing national guard
; O1.ani210lion . bril ltf them up to full
th and nMvent organizations of
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A eiwto H-?la4 fceM4?
w that Grim at 1 .
Thousand ol aeoDle normallr health
ia rrr other reivt. are niioi w itk
a peraiU-nt hat:inu-on liromhial twisi
Tear alter Tor. disturbing their U-ru
and making life diftaurcrable. lt'n o
nerdlriw Uirra an old home nite
remedy that will end such a couth
easily and quickly.
Ui't from any oructMrt z'a ounce oi
Pim x'' (50 cent worth I, pour it into a
pint hot tie and till the bottle with ploia
granulated sucar ayrup. Heeia takine
it at once. Gradually but surelv you
will notice the phli um thin out and thi-a
disappear altogether, thus endin" a
couch that Vou never thought would end.
It also promptly loosens a dry or tiirht
couch, slops the troublesome throat
tickle, aootlies the irritated membrane
that line the throat aud bronchiRl tuliea,
and relief comes almost immediately.
A dnv't use will usuallv break up an or
dinary throat or chest cold, and for
bronchitis, croup, whooping coiiyli and
bronchial asthma there is not limit
better. It tastes pleasant and keeps
Pincx is a most valuable concentrated
compound of peuuine Norway pine ex
tract, combined with cuaiaool and ia
used by millions of people every year
for throat and chest colds with splendid
To Broid disappointment, ask your
dniEirist for ounces of Pinex" with
lull direction and don't accept anything
else. A guarantee of absolute satisfac
tion or money promptly refunded poe
with this preparation. The Pines Co.,
Ft Wayne, Ind.
State House News
Herbert Nunn, highway engineer for
Multnomah county, who took a promi
nent part in the construct yui of the Co
lumbia Highway, whs chosen state hiyli
way engineer this morning at a meet
ing of the highway commission at tho
state House. I lie position carries n sal
ary of $3li00 a year. The choice was
made unanimously on account of Mr.
Nunn 'demonstrated ability as a high
way engineer and his record for econ
omy. ' I I be application ot the .Marion coun-
i tv court for a highway crossntc over
the tracks of the Southern l'acitie. lino
between MeKoc and Townsend will be
given a hearing by the public service
commission at McKee on Thursday.
Tho hour set is ten o'clock intheniorn
ing. State Labor Commission and Secre
tary of the Industrial Welfare Com
mission (). P. llol'f is in Portland to-
Iday on business connected with the of
fice. Japanese and Chinks
at War, In Portland
Portland, Or., April 10. As result
of a fight between three Chinese and
n Japnnese early in the week, the po
lice are facing a new kind of a toug
war here today.
ti... M.:.,..a :
The Chinese inflicted eight, knife
wounds in the .Inpanese, and today a
party of .Inpanese is ecking revenge
on the Chinese and the police fear
shooting. The Japanese are seeking
particularly members of the Hop Sinsr
tong, but the Hop Sings arc tied up
in an airtight peace agreement and can
not retaliate. All Hop Sings and many
neutrals have gone into hiding as if a.
real tong war were on full blast.
An effort is being mnde this after
noon to end the trouble. If not success
ful in quieting the belligerent .Inpa
nese, the police are threatening a gen
eral roundup of nil .Jnpuuese seen in
the Chinese districts.
Lots of Patriotism .
But Too Much Target
Seattle, Wash., April ..Harold
Butler, of North Bend, Wash., came to
the navy recruiting station hem today
and applied for enlistment, lie had per
fect feet, perfect eyesight and aver
age height. But they turned him down
because he weight 417 pounds.
" If I am willing to pose with my
417 pounds as a German target," coni-
luiiineii miner, "i non t sen
STEEL MAKES RECORD
New York, April 10. Tho record
business of the Uiil'itcd States Steel
Corporation scored another high murk
today when tho monthly report of un
filled orders listed unfilled tonnage as
11,71 1,044 on March 31, an increase of
134,047 tons. This figure compared
with 0,331,(01 tons on March 31, 1!tl(S.
GERMAN CONSUL PULLED
Kl Taso, Texas, April 10. Frederick'
Renter, Gorman coiibuI at juurez, Mex
ico, was arrested here by federal au
thorities at the international bridge
this afternoon, charged with crossing
into the United States, He is detained
at Fort Mliss.
W. J. PATTERSON, M, D. Y.
arian, Licensed to'
Inspect Stock. Up-to-Date
Medicine and Oper-
Phones: Office 278,
420 S. Commercial
Chautauqua Health Lectures
J. C. ELLIOTT, Y. M. C. A- Lecturer
Auspices of Y. M. C. A.
First Methodist Church.
Tuesday, 8:00 "Dangers of An Abnormal Food Sup
ply." Wednesday, 2:30 Stomac h Trouble and Nervous
Regular $1.00 Paid Lectur e for Silver Offering.
Wednesday Eve. 'Colds, Catarrh, Pneumonia and
Tuberculosis Causes and Cure." (Free lesson to
every 7th person.