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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 1. 1917.
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it appears and notify us immediately.
Minimum charge 13e.
WANTED 13 tons of oata and vetch
hay, will pay cash. Phone 1425J- tf
MYRTLE HOTEL Nicely furnished
rooms. 1133 Ferry street, Salem. 8 3
FOR BENT 6 room house, 840 S.
erty St. Phone lloW
81 WHITE LEGHORN HENS FOB SALE
Phone 414. .84
WANTED Girl to assist with house
work. Phone 2494J. 8 1
T ESII1NG MACHINE FOB SALE--For
information phone 20F11. 8-4
FOR OaLE 4-ycar old cow, part Hol
stein and Jersey. Phone 40F22- 7-31
HOP SACKS FOR SALE Phone 835.
DRESSED BEEF FOB SALE By the
quarter. Phone 094. tf
FRESH COW WITK HEIFER CALF
for sale. Phono 994. 8-1
WANTED A few A No. 1 milch cows
Phone 3F3. C. C. Russell. 8 2
USED DE LAVAL
wanted- Phone 65F5.
HORSE FOB SALE Young, wt. about
1250. Phone 65F5. 8-3
FURNISHED HOUSE KEEPING
rooms, 094 N. Coin'l. Phone 2454 W.
FOR BENT housekeeping rooms, of
fice and sleeping rooms in Hubbard
building. Apply room 304. tf
FOR S.LE Modern seven room house,
Fairmount Park. W. H. Grubenhorst
& Co., 275 State St. 8-1
FOR SALE 20 stands pure Italian
bees heavy with honey. F. M. Alley,
697 N. Cottage St. 8-1
FOB SALE 1916 5-passenger Ford car,
fully equipped. Magers & Loose.
Phone 933. - 8-1
WANTED Position by experienced
man and wife on farm. Box 114 A.
A. It. F. D. No- 4. 8-2
FOR SALE Good paying business.
Terms. W. H. Grabenhorst & Co., 275
Slate St. f 8-3
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WANTED Hay to bale, 2.25 per tori
for 3 wires; $2.15 per ton for 2 wires
Phone 51F13. 8-1
FOR SALE One 1913 twin Indian mo
torcycle fully equipped, $05. Witham
Bros, garage, 170 S. 12th. 8-3
5 PASSENGER AUBURN CAB. IN
good condition, $200.00 Phone 1138J
BAY MARE FOR SALE Gentle, will
work double or single. E. B. Gcade,
Hansen and a. lorn i St. o-l
SEVEN PIGS, 6 WEEKS OLD; ALSO
sow and 5 pigs for Bale. John Duncan
Kouto 3- 8-1
WANTED About 30 Loganberry pick
ers, 10 days good picking. B, Cun
ningham. Phone 21F2. 8-1
FOR SALE Registered Shetland pony
mare, cart and harness, gentle for
-child. C C. Calkins, Brooks, Or. 8-1
WOOD SAWING t Call
TRESPASS NOTICES For sale at
Journal office. tf
WINDOW CLEANING JANITOR
service. Phone 13WJ. 8 3
FOR SALE ( heap, 6 good Jersey cows
fresh and coming fresh; also 6 pigs.
Rose Hill Jersev Farm. Phone 22F
21. " 87
FOR SALE Good paying business.
Terms. Wr. H. Grabenhorst & Co., 275
State St. 8-3
IFOR SALE Wood saw and double set
of harness, both in good condition at
1990 Wallar St. 8-4
LOST Man's purse containing $6 and
some receipts, between Stayton and
Salem. Return to 061 N. Capitol. Re
FOR SALE Ford roadster, first class
mechanical condition, looks and rnns
like new. Phoue 1390R. Call 1267 Ma
rion St. 8-1
I WILL EXCHANGE 80 ACRES UN
improved Tillamook land for Salem
property, or good auto of equal value
Address G. care Journal. 8-3
FOR BENT Very reasonable, modern
5 room house near school and church,
growing vegetable garden. Inquire
1481 South Commercial street. tf
FOB SALE Stock of general merchan
dise, established business, good loca
tion, invoice price, post office with
store, reasonable rent. Address G-20
eare Journal. 8-1
FOB SALE See me for finest location
in town to live. Have to change ell
sate on account of rheumatism- High
priced piano practically new and
furniture will go in if sold soon. 1675
iOST Saturday evening between Lib
erty street and Maeleay. one bundle
containing lady's wearing apparel,
J chain, purse containing $35.00
' cheek, $10 in money and school con
tract. Finder return to Gray-Belle
Confectionery. Reward. I-2
NICE FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
apauaients. i'.n N. Cottage. Phone
GET YOUR TRESPASS NOTICES!''
suppiy or ciom ones at Capital ;
Journal. tf j
GIRL WANTED For light house work
and attend child, sleep ut home. 0!'
eare Journal. 8-3
TRADE Practically kjw drop headl,01y threatened to call members of The Rible conference opens tomor
Singer sewing machine and heavy j their orders employed by the Southern) row with a devotional service led by
single harness to trade for wood. 1175 ' Pacific rtilroad on strike at midnight! the state president of the conference.
Leslie St. 8-2 Saturdiy unless grievances which have. J. Ballantyne. This conference will
: been in process of negotiation for sev- continue for two davs. after which the
FOB SALE 25 acres, 20 acres in
young fruit trees, planted to beans.;
Musi sen, am going away. i'houe
7S2B. Don't call unless interested, tf
SALESMAN WANTED For shoes and
fuInishin8s secton- AdJres
inLd ' Tii"11' a,,y 8erious difficulty.
lence and age. 8J Grievances involving the members of
LOST-On streets in business section, the brotherhoods are now being Bego-'
one small leather purse containing 5 tiated, he said, and he added that he
, Finder return to Gray-Belle Confec
FOB SALE Old fir wood cut in 16
inch lengths. 6.50 a cord delivered.
Four foot lengths $0 a cord. Phone
HEAVY WORK HORSE FOR SALE
Wt. 1500 to sell or will trade for good
cow: will work douole or single. Cor.
S. Commercial and Jefferson road.
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FOR SALE One almost new 3 inc
debsker wagon with bed; also one
3 inch wagon; also wood for sale
John H. Scott, 404 Hubbard. Phone
WOULD BE GLAD TO GET IN
touch with dramatic and musical tal
ent wh'o would be interested in help
ing with entertainment. E. S. C. eare
BADLY IN NEED Second hand men's
clothing, shoes, hats, etc. Am willing
to pay big price. See me first. Buy
and sell everything in 2d hand goods.
Capital Exchange, 337 Court St,
Phone 493. 8 30
TO EX CHANG E Income property in
town of 5000 in DPst part of Kansas,
rental $900, price $13,000, want Wil
lamette valley farm near Salem pre
ferred, or good grocery business in
good town in valley; 10 acres well
improved near Salem for larger
farm; 52 acres improved, near good
town for residence with large lot; 10
a res for house in Salem; 13 aero
prune and berry ranch for sale, below
its value; 5 room modern house, fruit,
largo lot, paved street, east front,
cheap, $250 payment will handle the
deal. Socolofsky, 341- State street,
Salem, Oregon. , ' 8-3
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senate ..wets and drys were making
supreme efforts to corral stray votes.
Both sides see an extremely close
vote. Two thirds majority is required
to pass the resolution.
Debate today is limited to ten min
utes speeches, hence activity centered
in heart-to-heart talks with members
whose stand is doubtful.
The wets, led by Underwood, Ham
mered home the cjaim that congres
sional act'on would be unwarranted, in
asmuch as each state has the right to
settle the prohibition auestion for it
self. The drys, headed bv Sheppard and
Curtis, sought to line up wavering
ones by pointing out sentiment for
congressional submission of the amend
ment is growing throughout the
Washington. Aug. 1. Senator New
lands' amendment to have prohibition
applv onlv to "distilled liquors" was
beaten, 57 to 22. This was regarded a
forecast of the final vote. .
Give ' It Six Years.
Washington. Aug. 1. The senate
voted :jl to t.i, to adopt tne naru.ug
amendment providing that the prohibi- j
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tion amendment 10 me. cunsmumm
shall be inoperative unless ratified by
the states within six years.
Rejected This One.
Washington, Aug. 1. The senate re
iected. 62 to 4, the Hardwick bone dry
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CABINET MEMBERS GETTING IN TRIM CABINET MEMBERS, MOST OF WHOM ABE BEYOND HE MIL
itarv age and exempt from service, are training, so that they may handle their pobs better. Walter Camp, the fa-
mous laJe coacn, is ineir uik.
Thomas W. Gregorv, Louis rost, Assisran: accrtiary ur uu: liiiuaiu a. misun in inc etnng uy uriu.
IS FACING A STRIKE
Railroad Brotherhoods De
mand Grievances Be Re-
moved by Saturday
San Fr.-.ncisco, Aug. 1. Represent'
tires of ihe four railroad brotherhoods
eral months are immediately settled,
It is estimated that such a strike, if
ould involve- bout 8500
I W. R. 8ott. vice-president and
! n,..nA. A k U,...t hart Pemfifl I
Jjthis afternoon declared that he did not
is confident an amicable adjustment
will be reached. I
. It is understood that the grievances
involve some 250 individual eases.
Representatives ox (the brotherhoods
have been here for several weeks con
ferring with Southern Pacific officials.
Several months ago the Southern Pa
cific trainmen, by a referendum, em
powered a committee of their oiricers
to can a gtrike
if thev decided one
would bo necessary after failing to
gain a satisfactory settlement of the
grievances. , ,
TODAY'S BASEBALL SCORES
Boston-Chicago postponed, rain.
B. H. E.
Brooklyn - 10 3
Cincinnati 2 10 4
Pfeffer and Miller; Began and Win-go-
R. H. E.
New York - ... 3 8 1
Pittsburg 17 1
Perritt and Gibson; Steel and Fischer
K. H. E.
Philadelphia 2 10 0
St- Louis 17 1
Mayer, Lavender and Killifer; Wat
son, Ames and Snyder.
Russell and Schalk; Mays and Agnew
St. Louis-New York called end first
Detroit-Washington tied in th 10th
.lames, Cunningham and Stanage; Du
mont, Shaw and Ainsmith.
R. H. E.
Cleveland 6,9 2
Philadelphia : 5 5 0
Lambeth, Covaleskie and Billings;
Noyes, R. Johnson and Schang.
TO PRESS SUFFRAGE.
Washington, Aug- 1. Hoping to
bring the euffrago issuo on the senate
floor for a test vote, Senator Cummins
will offer a motion tomorrow to dis
charge the special sufrage committee.
He wants to get suitrage up tor ctecis
ion this session.
amendment to the Sheppard prohibi
tion amendment to the constitution.
It would have prohibited purchase
or use of alcoholic beverages.
Would Not Divide It.
Washington, Aug. 1. The senate re
jected the Phelan amendment that
would have given the states a chance
to Vote on two propositions, one on
complete prohibition nnd tho other on
prohibition of whiskey alone.
Washington, Aug. 1. Compensation
for owners of property affected by na
tional prohibition was refused by the
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StUUlt; lUdttV Mlll.ll II. iLJLi-ll-U WW IV oi,
amendment to the prohibition
Held the Time.
Washington, Aug. 1. The senate re-
jeeted, 01 to 19, an amendment by
Borah extending from six to ten vears
the time within which the amendment
must be ratified to become effective.
Begins Cam? Meeting
Program for Event
One of the largest camp-meetings
ever held at Quinaby I'ark opened
yesterday, under the auspices of the
United Evangelical church. Las;
night's piogram was an address given
by the president of the Keystone
League of the Christian Endeavor, C
P. Gates. Today the Keystone League
has its day, with lectures and ad
dresses by experts in the Endeavor
annual camp-meeting will be iu session
until the 12th of the month.
j Following is the detailed program
for the meetings
Bible Conference, August 2-3.
Thursday, Aug. 2, Morning.
President M- J. Ballantyne
9:30 Address by Chancellor.
9:43 "The Book We Study,"
C. C. Poling
10:30 Lecture, "Prophecy,"
Dr. W. P. White
2:30 Lecture, "Prophecy,"
Dr. V. P. White
Bound Table, "Our Work."
Lecture, "Prophecy." ..
Dr. W. P White
1 Friday. Aug. 3. Morning.
10:00 Lecture, "Prophecy,"
Dr. W. P. White
8:00 Lecture, "Prophecy,"
Dr. W. P. White
Saturday, Aug. 4, Morning.
(Preparation for the Sabbath)
2:00 W. H. and F. M. S. Program,
Mrs. G. N. Thompson, Pres. lecture,
'Turkey," by Mrs. Smith, of Cor
vallis, returned Missionary from
8:00 rGold Medal Contest.
Camp Meeting August 5-12, Rev. S.
S. Mumcy, presiding elder, in charge.
Evangelistic services each evening of
Rev. Guy Fitch . Phelps, author,
lecturer and evangelist, will preach
INDORSES DRAFTING OTHERS.
Washington, Aug. 1. The senate late
today adopted without a record vote
the McCumber resolution authorizing
the state department to enter into ne
gotiations with allied power regarding
drafting of alien citizen m this country
for military service.
Copyright Underwood & Underwood
Snttri.Mt ALL Buuiit H tR
Molla Bjurstedt, national champion, in
her latest achievement, defeated Miss
Mary K- Browne, former title bolder
of I tica,
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"THERE IS GOING TO BE J
This Is the Statement Made
On Street Comers of Butte
Butte, Mont., Aug. 1. "Thcro is
going to be hell to pay for this."
This statement, made on a street
eorner here this afternoon by an I. W.
W. characterized the feeling which pre
vails among I. W. Ws. in tbe Butte
mining camp over the lynching this
morning of Frank W. Little, executive
board member of the Industrial Work
ers of tbe World. .
An autopsy over Little's body this
afternoon revealed several gunshot
wounds- Little, at the time ho. was
lynched, walked on crutches, having
been injured in an automobile accident.
Members of the local 1. W. W. onion
visited the sheriff's office, demand
ing a searching investigation of the
lynching and threatening vengeance. -
"We will get ten for one for this.
You may hang a few of us but we will
get the ones who did it," they de
clared, and demanded that none but
members of the I. W. W. be summoned
to act .is jurors at the inquest.
The innuest disclosed that five un
identified men came to the boarding
house where Little roomed shortly
after 3 o'clock this morning, carried
him to a waiting automobile, took him
to the trestle and hanged him.
A message declaring that he would
take personal charge of tho prosecution
of those who killed Little, if they are
identified, was received by the local
union latn today from William D. Hay
wood, national secretary of the Indus
trialists. Three U-Boat Attacks
Were Made Upon
Washington, Aug- IntfThree U-boat
attacks were made on sections of tho
Pershing expedition, Admiral Gleaves
reported to Secretary of the Navy Dan
iels today. '. .
The first attack was by two boats
tho night of June 22. Two torpedoes
were fired but missed the transports.
Tho second attack was on the, night
of June 5, one hundred miles off
France. One ship speed ahead, passing
over the submarine ' bubbles and drop
ping a depth charge as it went. This
was probably effective, as timber and
oil were seen later. Another ship had
fired on the -boat first but missed.
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Two torpedoes fired missed because
the transport at which they were direct
ed began a zig zag course when realiz
ing the danger. ,
Gleaves' account is even more spec
tacular than that put out July 4 by
Daniels and the public information
It states that the Germans apparent
ly knew of the location of the Ameri
can ransports and arranged an organ
ized series of attacks.
Two Drownings Due
Probably to Heat
Pel a, Iowa, Aug. 1. Search was re
sinned early today for the body of
Professor Peter Proet who drowned
last night, with his wife and son
Robert, aged 14. The bodies of the
wife and son were recovered from the
Des Moines river during the night.
The trio was swimming in the Des
Moines river near here. While there
were no witnesses to the triple tragedy,
it is assumed today that father and son
drowned while trying )o rescue Mrs.
Proet, who was not a strong swimmer.
The two men were considered exper
ienced in the water.
POPE NOT SUPPORTING IT
Rome, Aug. 1. Pope Benedict is not
supporting any peace plans which the
German catholic party or its leaner,
Matthias Erzbergcr, may bo agitating.
Those close up to the Vatican declared
today that the pope had been extremely
careful not to support any particular
peace plan, or to permit his sympathies
to incline toward any particular group
of peace agitators.
Vatican officials admitted the Holy
Father was striving for a "just and
christian peace" but not through any
of the agencies of others.
Bismirck was "the iron chancellor."
So is Alichacli.t corrugated iron "
The matter of making two blades of
grass grow where one is now struggling
for existence is distinctly up to the
for Result th&t'a
what our littla W&nt
Ads are doing for
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For those who care to enjoy the pleasures of out of t
doors. In supplying your need at this store you are t
insuring yourself of full value for your money.
That Bathing Suit
August will no doubt be a geat
month for bathers. Many will
take advantage of this swim
ming season- For good, clean
sport it can not be excelled. You
will find this store prepared to
supply your needs iu this line at
what ever price you might wish
to pay. A nice asortment of the
cheaper grades as well as the
many colors in all wool. For
men,, women and children.
Reed Lunch Baskets
Many neatly made reed baskets
is several different shapes and
styles. The very thing for
lunches on the outing. Light to
carry and loose enough woven
that the air can keep it fresh
All Prices Less 10
YOU CAN ALWAYS DO BETTER AT
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SAMMY ON THE BATTLE FRONT FIRST PliOTOGKAl'IIS SHOWING
Ameriran troops in a training can;p lei ird tho triiifli trout, he Tr'n-olnr mid
Old Gl'irv and a Franco-American hardsh.iKC.
Auto Hats and Caps
We have just received a line of .
salesmen's samples in all the lat
est creations for Auto wear. A
big window full on Court street
give a complete showing. Some
made like sport hats with straw
shapes trimmed with designed
materials. Others are soft hat
styles and caps of many different
patterns. The prices are low be
cause of the way they were
bought. If sold regular would
bring a great deal more money.
Only 39c, 79c, 98c Each
Motoring Veils $1.50
A good quality Chiffon, two
yards in length with tbe edges
neatly hemmed- Almost any
color that you can think of.
They arc here for your selection
and now is the time to be pre
pared for the summer
outing trip, each
An improvised signul tower.