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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, , SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, DEC. 4, 1917.
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HAVE YOU WOOD
SAWING t Call
FOB RENT 5 room bungalow, wood
in basement. Call 427B. tf
FOR SALE First class 2d growth fir.
Phone 494. . 12-5
FOB SALE First class 2d growth fir".
C A. Nelson. Phone 1357 12-8
FOB SALE Cheap, 14 cords of dry
oak. Phone 103F23. 12-5
WANTED Good milker.
Bros. Dairy. Phone 1437.
FOR SALE Young sow,
1330 N. 14th.
FOB SALE 3 dozen B. Leghorn pul
lets, Beall strain. Phone 30F13. 12-5
-An Estay organ.
WAImTED Women for general house
work. Phone 1204. 12-8
FOR toALE At a bargain, 10
near Salem. Phone 73F21.
O. I. C. REGISTERED shoats for sale.
Phone Ed Loose, 64F14. 12-7
FOB SALE A milk cow. 2204 Lee St.
WAN TEl) Small potatoes.. Phone 65F
BROOD sows, pigs and shoats for sale.
Phone 65F5. 12-1
S00 SCOBE CARD pads for sale, Jour
nal office. tf
WaNTED Wood cutters. Phone 1055
FOB SALE 5 acres of bottom land, a
barsain. Address L. J. care Journal.
PIGS FOR SALE Two months old,
3 blocks from end of 12th street car
line. T. L. Davidson. " 12-4
WAITED Two acres grubbed by con
tract. 3 blocks from end of 12th
street car line. T- L. Davidson. 12-4
NICE FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
Apartments- 491 N. Cottage, Phone
TRUSTWORTHY high school girl
wishes care of children. Call 645.
HOUSE with uarn and small property
wanted; also a 5 acre place. C. W.
Niemeyer, 544 State St. 12-1
WANTED Second hand piano in
good condition, will pay cash. Phona
GET YOUR TRESPASS NOTICES
New supply of cloth ones at Capital
TEN CENTS A DOUBLE ROLL AND
upward for choice wall puper at Bu
ren's Furniture store, 179 Commer
cial St. f
BED wool is high now, sell or trade
yours to us. Best market price guar
anteed. uren's Furniture Store,
Commercial street. 12-16
FOT? SALE CHEAP Duroc boar, sub
ject to register, 10 months old, 250
pounds, 3 4 mile northeast of Lans
ings ' eorner. Potter, box 34, route 7,
Salem, Oregon. "
TEAMSTERS LISTEN Call Silverton
- phone Black 174 for wood, pole wood,
hard wood, old fir and 2d growth, in
cords, you can do well by calling
FOR FORDS The Eisen Rcgulater
Positively regulates your head
tights, can't get out of order, lasts
as long as the car will. Free trial-
- Have one put on, takes 10 minutes.
143 Court street. Phone 1341R. tf
PRINTING We have moved into the
Y. M. C. A. building, 301 N- Commer
cial street. Call and take advantage
of our "get acquainted" offer 1000
good, watermarked bond letterheads,
size 84x11 for $3.75; bond envelopes
to match, size 6 3-4, 1000 for $4 Other
printing in proportion. Our printing
is high in quality and lower in price
Decause printed in a business etri-
ciency shop. See us before placing
your printing orders, isnaver rress.
Tell it through the Classified
TEE rJ,TrTAL JOURNAL
Tha ZZillij LSDal JCiinial !
readers are ssre to ha?e
what yea want
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
FURNISHED house keeping rooms at
758 North Cora'l. 12-ti
POTATOES for sale. Phone eveniug
5 SMALL pigs for sale. Rt. 6, box 65.
WANTED Boy to work mornings a"ni
evenings. Call 606 South High St.
FOB SALE 1914 model Ford, A-l en
gine. Address C. S. Capital Journal.
FOB SALE Two cows, one fresh, one
soon. One Holstein bull, 8 months
old. 771 N. Com. 12-5
WANTED Teamster to drive team in
city. Inquire . 654; Ferry street or
phone 483. tf
TWO housekeeping rooms, nicely furn
ished, for $2 per week. 633 Ferry
street. Phone 704. 12-6
NOW VACANT one nice,, heated room
with board. "The Taylor's" 1510
State St. tf
SALEM employment Agency, room 21
Bush-Breyman building, No. 147
North Com. St. 12-10
WANTED Wood cutters. Phone 33F
34 or address William Sheridan, Tur
ner, Ore, Rt. 1. 12-6
FOR THE PUBLIC Potatoes lWe per
lb. delivered, any amount. Phone 163.
WANTED from one to two hundred
acres grain land to lease. C. E. care
2 WOMEN wanted to milk and care
for cows. Address 1991 care Journal.
LObT $10 bill on Nov. 24th. Finder
phone 774. Inquire 1215 Marion St.
FOB SALE 1r EXCHANGE Choiae.
malo Belgian hare. Phone 53F15.
FOB SALE 50 laying hens, and pul
lets, wnite Wyandotte and W. S. C.
Leghorns. Phone 82IF3. 12-6
HEAVY wagon for sale, reasonable. R
Beaver, Kt. a, or call 17F23 between
7 and 8 Wednesday evening. 12-4
FOR SALE This week, full blood
tiuvt Orpingtons and Partridge Rock
pullets. 1902 N. Church. Phone 1935
1100 BARTLETT pear trees, well head-
ea, a year old, orctiam grown, lac
in large orders. Earl Pearey, State
Hospital, Salem. 12-5
ONIONS FOR SALE Buy your on
ions now at H,4 to 2 cents, if tak
en at once. Phone 1390R, Call 1267
Marion St. . tf
10 GOOD men wanted at once, inside
work, the year round. We work our
men on tho merit plan. Call 6 to 8 p.
m., 1973 N. Com'l St. 12-10
TRUSTEE 'S , SALE .Three lots on
South Commercial street, facing east
at a snap. Two lots in Oak Lodge
addition. For Quick sale, see TTTeo.
FOUND Stray bay horse with white
spot in forehead, owner may have
same by paying for ad and feed. Rt.
8, box 140. 12-5
10 GOOD men wanted at once, inside
work, the year round. We work our
men on the merit plan. Call 6 to 8
p. m. 1973 N. Com'l St- 12-4
SECOND hand auto will be accepted
as part payment on $900 residence,
terms on part. Address 11-C care
Journal. - tf
WANTED Dairyman Must bo exper-
ienced in milking and feeding 3 dav I
f.t nnwa mt ho lom nn.l rr? !
food recommendation. Waees 75 nor j
month and board. F. A. Doerfler, Sil-1
verton Or. tf j
FOR SALE Four acres in fruit, good from the amounts claimed for all eon-leyes of the workers. This branch of the
buildings, best location in Salem; al-crete gravel and crushed gTavel fur-jRed Cross work is perhaps the most
so five acres two miles out, will sellnished the city, for the reason that on particular of any in its demands for
cheap if taken soon. Call- and see j May 7 the street improvement commit- j-painstaking care and accuracy in the
owner, 2590 Cherry Ave, north Sa-tee"was authorized to pay 65 cents a (work done in the department. An in
lem. 12-8 yard while later the companies sent in stance is seen in the cutting of gauze.
j bills asking 75 cents. The amounts of.Beforo any cutting is done a thread
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT the claims were $22.50, $1107.60, $522.80 must first be pulled Rnd the scissors
For the Improvement of the Alley In 'and $618. The report reeommended that mut be guided carefully down the va
tin South Blorfr of Charles Cart-: th warrant a hn lipid nr. until tho ... cant place in the weave of the clot'i
Wright's Addition to the City of
lem, from the East Line of Capitol
the West Line of 12th
Notice is hereby eiven that the corn-
,mon council of the city of Salem, will,
at or ai)0nt the hour of 7:30 o'clock p.
m on jae 17th day of December, 191.
or aj the. same hour at any subsequent
.mieting of tho common council, at tho
council chamber in the City Hall, pro
ceed to assess upon each lot or part
thereof its proportionate share of the
cost of improving the alley in the
south block of Charles Cartwright s
addition to the city of Salem, from the
east line of Capitol street to the west
line of 12th street.
All persons interested in said 'assess
ment are hereby notified to be and ap-
t -.m tim t,a r,l. Wr,r th I
said common council and present their 1
objections to said assessment, if any
ithey have, and applv to the common ,
council to equalize their proportionate :
Ja.re of said aswssment.
By order of the common council this
3rd day of December, 1917.
r. An U KAiji,, .
12-12. - City Becorder.
The state board this afternoon rt
elected State Bank Superintendent Bar
j gent for the term of four years. It also
sustained his action in refusing to grant
a charter to the State Bank of Lewiston.
It is understood however that a char
ter has been given it by the general
government and it will be opened as a
AND STREET PAVING
Assessment Against South
Commercial Property Own
ers Objected To
The new automobile traffic ordi
nance and the bill calling for the as
sessment of abutting property to cover
tne eost or improvement of South Com
mercial street were the two chief mat
ters of importance to receive the at
tention of the city council at its ses
sion last evening.
The traffic ordinance was in an ex
tremely precarious situation for a time
After its introduction Alderman Wil
son proccded to go at it with long,
sharp scissors and it soon became ap
parent that certain sections of the
ordinance would receive no mercy at
the hands of Mr. Wilson. Aldermen
Johnson and Kigdon then came to its
rescue, and the fray was soon joined by
Alderman Ward. Sections were strick
en out entirely, then reconsidered and
reinserted. Amendments were offered
pro and con, until there wuo Tome
doubt in manv minds as to just what
was left of the ordinance. Motion was
made that it be referred to the ordi
nance committee to be gotten into
shaps for consideration at the next
meeting, and Mayor Keyes voiced the I
sentiment of the majority of the alder-j
men when he stated there were parts of i
the ordinance he would really like to
give further study.
That portion of the ordinance, how
ever, prohibiting the parking of auto
mobiles in the business sections of
Commercial and State streets, however,
has been amended to provide that au
tomobiles pnrked within the fire limits
shall be backed against the curb, head
ed to the right at an angle of 30 de
grees, and as close as possible to the
cars next In line
Considerable dissension was heard on
the section of the ordinance dealing
with the method of passing other
vehicles on the street, and the mafter
of age limit of boys who are allowed
under the present ordinance to drive
cars on the streets only on permit of
the chief of police. ' j
Vigorous protest was made bv Oliver
Jory against the bill for assessment to
cover cost of improving South Commer
cial street. Mr. Jory asserted that
facts pertaining to the cost of the im
provement had been. misrepresented to
the property owners and directed his
accusation mainly at the head of the
present administration. He commend
ed the present administration for its
policy of retrenchment, but pleaded
that Mayor Keyes and his aldermen re
lieve what he termed the present 'de
porable state of affairs" by killing'
the assemmcnt ordinance bill.
The assessment was passed unani
mously by the council.
On motion of Alderman Ward it was
ordered that employes of the city who
have gone into war service are to re
ceive their positions back when they
return, according to action taken last
A petition for lights was received
A petition from business men on
State -street opposing the proposed
automobile ordinance was received
and filed. The ordinance bill provides
that autos shall not be parked in the
business sections of Statet and Com
A resolution was adopted providing-
for signs at the city limits at
points where important thoroughfare
enters the city, warning automobiles
to slow down to fifteen miles an hour.
The city recorder was authorized to
advertise for bids for the signs.
Alderman Elliott moved that the city
attorney be empowered to employ the
assistance of an abstractor in obtain
ing description of property covered by
street assessments where any difficul
ties in description are presented.
UBUUons ?"uo ou ".
ml committee, reported on claims
filea against the city by the Salem
Construction company and the Salcned with green oil cloth thus malting
Sand & Gravel company, recommend-(the work of cutting gauze, detecting
ling that 1U cents a yard be deducted
Sa-'tual amounts due are figured after
! duetions of 10 cents a yard. The total
deductions will be about $400. The re -
port was adopted.
et f..Jiir w o T .
r. n ttnl r.P 100Q AO I
streets during November." The items
. 1 .; 11
work, $738.19; street cleaning, $327;
sewer repairs, $33.43. Other expenses to
wnrv 7SS19- trPPt ,lpi So7
State House News
Articles of incorporation were filed
today as follows: Eureka Manufactur
ing 4 Improvement Company, New-
burg, increased its capital stock from
uk'anu jieai jiarisei company 01
Ookland, Douglas county, capital stock
and object to conduct a-butch-
have bought and sold over 300
housesholds in the last 1 1-2
years; there must be a reason.
Phone 510 or 511 before you sell
and you will learn why.
WOODBT The Auctioneer
IN FORMAL SESSION
Bolsheyiki Commander Claims
Complete Control of Rus
London, Dec. 4. Prince Leo
pold of Bavaria welcomed the
Russian delegates to the confer
ence for an armistice at Brest,
Litvosk, and the armistice has
actually commenced, a wireless
message sent from Petrograd
London, Dec. 4. Ensign Krylenko,
Bolssheviki commander in ehief in the
army, formally proclaimed his entry in
to Mohileff at Russian headquarters
today, in wireless message received
here. He announced the death of Gen
eral Kukhonin, who was killed by be
ing thrown from a train at the station.
"The last obstacle to the cause of
peace has fallen," Krylenko declared.
The proclamation declared Krylenko
had entered the army headquarters at
the head of revolutionary troops and
that headquarters surrendered without
"In spite of attempts to save him.
Dukhonin was thrown out of a train
at the station and killed," tho mes
'"The flight of General Korniloff,
the day before the fall o? headquarters
was the cause of the excess (apparently
referring to the attack by which Duk
honin wa-s killed), w';ieh was roundly
condemned by Krylenko.
"Comrades," Krylenko 's proclama
tion urged, "be worthv of the freedom
secured- Do not stain the people's
authority. The revolutionaries are
fearful in the strr;le but we must be
soft after the victory.
"In the name of the revolution and
of freedom, I call on you for revolu
tionary unity and discipline.
"Long live the authority of the
council of workmen and soldiers and
JAPAN AND -'XT. S. AGREE
Copenhagen, Dec. 4. Japan
and the United States have
agreed on joint action against
the Bolsheviki government of
Russia,- according to a rumor
which was in circulation here
today. It was without confirma
tion from official sources- -
Carries Varied Stock
The stock of men's suits at the
Superfluity Shop has been increased
by several desirable additions. ' There
has been a call for women 's skirts
one woman came in asking for a blue
serge skirt. Warm children 'g clothing
would find a ready sale small wool
dresses, scarfs, mittens. Wednesday
at the Shop willl be Plant Day. Small
potted plants for, the' home will be
gladly received for the oale.
Several persons have promised an
abundance of perennial plants ready
for planting for next season's bloom.
The fruit shelves are finding en
thusiastic purchasers. '
The Shop is a pleasant place well
lighted and comfortable. Contribu
tions are solicited and arc daily being
To Protect Eyes of
Red Cross Workers
The surcrical dressings department of
the Ked Cross, located at the post of
,-fice, have had the work tables cover-
stray threads, etc., much easier on the
de-'nian'e b.v the removal of the thread,
that n0 ragged or loows ends
jor t"eaus remain, inen tne pieces arn
I carefully oxamincd for stray threads,
(folded into strips of dressing and
bandages, counted and tied up in uni-
:rm packages to be sterilized before
use. Each movement in the entire op-
oration is done by prescribed ru e, even
to the eying of the cord about the pack
et. The ladies engaged in the work say
it is intensely interesting when once
they "get the swing" of it.
Southern Pacific Is
Having Its Full Share
of General Prosperity
San Francisco, Dee. 4. Messrs, Ju
lius Kruttschnitt and William Sproule
on behalf of the Southern Pacific com
pany, Wednesday issued its reports of
earnings for October and for the first
10 months of this year ending October ta
..-:u.r,.v --.. y. , (Convoyed the vessel on which the cdn- no room ror misunuersianmng wnen n ,vi,0 ,.oA.ril,o Bi-ue-ia do so because
interest to bankers because of its show- tgr(8smeil arrived. (declared that the immediate task of they know it gives immediate relief in
Jn October ..the railway bpenUne
Jn October :the
revenues amounted to 119.900,510,
while for the 10 months these revenues
amounted to the very lare figure of lights wen
1. "9,919,479. This is an increase f trr L
the month ever October of last rer!m- riorin
Q nn6 1- . M 07 nlO OOA 9,
the 10 o th e T" d th th 1
stock 8-,000 and obiect to eonduct a
public market and deal in meats, fish,
poultry and vegetables.
PRODUCE DEALERS IN
F. E. Mangis Tells of Action
Taken at Portland Grad
F. E. Mangis of the firm of Mantris
cros., auenaea a meeting of dealers
i.uu. an uvcr mo Bmre wmca was neiui
in .ruriiuna ctaiuruay lor tne purpose
of forming an organization to work
with the government in its food conser
vation program. The efforts of the or
ganization will be directed to learning
tho requirements of the government and
then abiding by the rules.
Mr. Mangis states that owing to the
steps which the government has already
taken and the uncertainty as to just
what action may be taken by the gov
ernment in the future, his firm has
practically discontinued handling all
produce except potatoes and the market
even in this product is extremely slow.
This is caused by two main reasons.
The first is the shortage of cars, and the
second is the standard of grading which
has been set by the government. The
stock of potatoes is small this year and
below the average ana It makes it ex
tremely difficult for dealers to meet
the standard that is required. If a deal
er does meet the standard of grading
he is subject to having his license tak
en away from him.
Mr, Mangis said that as one result
of the meeting of the dealers hi con
ference with federal agents, two gov
ernment inspectors will be appointed
for the state, who in turn will appoint
deputies .to assist them, and every car
of potatoes shipped from the state will
first have to be inspected and certified
to as to its quality and fitness.
MARION COUNTY V.M.C A
WARE UND1S LARGE
Total Is Over fifteen Thous
and Dollars Only Ten
The first complete report of the T.
M. C. A. War Fund campaign contrib
uted between the 11th and 18th of No
vember is here given for publication.
Marion county certainly has done her
share in this noble wora, and when it
is taken into consideration that Marion
county was asked to raise but $10,000.00
and that she raised that amount plus
It certainly is a eredit to the cities
and towns and high schools who have
the honor of being listed below. Np
movement for funds has been more en
thusiastically received than this one,
and it must have been a source of
gratification to.the boys of our armies
and of the allied armies to nave learn
ed that this has been done for them.
Report for Marlon County.
Town Subscribed Paid In
Salem $10,406.38 $0,525.75
Silverton 896.50 823.50
Woodburn 757.30 632.30
Brooks 226.50 221.50
Jcfef rson ., 245.33 245.33
Mt. Angel 20.00 20.00
Turner .. .. 205.80 187.80
Aurora 359.62 359.62
Hubbard 162-25 161.50
Aumsville 97.00 97.00
Gervais '.. 186.50 181.70
tional church 7Z.4U ov.v
Salem High school..;v$l,547.25 o24.00
Silverton High school 153.00 84.75
Stayton High school .... 122.00 60.00
Woodburn high school 3o9.0S iul.UD
Totals A$15,819.38 $10,285.20
VUUll MUUOb livtltf
W. H. Norris. receiver of the Hiti-
bard property has brought suit against
.t.hn Wpstern AmUK-ment company 10
recover possession of the rooms in the J
Hubbard building occupied by said
company and which it is alleged it
wrongfully withholds possession of
from plaintiff- He also asks damages
in the sum of $500 for the witholdiug
of the same.
In the suit of Caper Grapper against
J. W. Schaefor and O. L. Sch'aefer jud
ment for plaintiff was rendered
against J. M. Hchnefer plonded ss J.
W. Schaefor for the sum of $677.4,,
and that property now under attach
ment be sold to satisfy said judgment.
1 As to G. L- Schacfcr the action is dis-
issod and he is given judgment
against plaintiff for his costs.
The suit of J. M. Schacfer against
Casper Grapper, it being in the nature
of a cross bill, was dismissed at plain
tiff 's cost-
Members of Congress
Bring Thrilling Story
A Pacific Port, Dee. 4 Twenty scfi
ators snd members of congress, return-
!,, .hrr, believed hv them to have be, '
Gmaa Japanese cruiser
Heforc the vessel sailed from lion-:
Istlnlri if y roturiail a r9 Wof woa
tivlt. n J.naneso cruiser was then
in port- j
o i - i i 1
.iiuuuv uiguv, tiurini n -r- Dinvr,
ere seen to the st-"'1-- Snd-
TeTnA tt lacf t-naw
railway operating ex, . nes of
t"" iu pcriuus were ri '.'..jrj-i.nu ann
$Hi..l.i.l..f.i, which means nn increase! Passengers, greatly excited, rushed n-thin;, sufferers from dyspepsia, in
'of 1,567,80S and $13,475,618, respect-'on deck. The captain, convinced that digestion and stomach troubles gener-
The net returns from operations were
48,342.429 end fi2,-75,714, or increases
of $1,604,543 and $13,337,772.
U FOLLETTE IS GLUM
PASSED BK COLLEAGUES1
Did Not Rise When President
Entered-Walked Alone to
Washington. Dec. 4. Senator La Fol-
, lette sat like a graven image in the
nouse today as President Wilson de
livered his war message. He did not ap-
plaude any time, did not rise when
other members did.
Not a senator would walk with La
Follette from the senate to the house.
Others marched in pairs. La Folletto
walked alone. He took a seat within
twenty feet of the president. No one
took the next Beat to him. The seat
remained vacant until almost every
other chair in the house filled. Then
an usher took Harry 8. New of Indiana
to the place and the Hoosier senator
sat down beside La Follettc. The Wis
consin senator sat with his chin cupped
in his hand from the start to finsh
of the message. At is conclusion ho
stalked out defiantly, alone.
Headed by Secretary of State Lan
sing, the entire cabinet occupied tho
The applauso greeting President Wil
son as he entered the chamber and
mounted the rostrum was prolonged.
The members, standing, burst into
cheers. As the president reached tho
words, "our object is to win this war
and we shall not slacken nor weuken
until it is done," tremendous applause
Again, when he referred to anti-war
agitators, the applause became deaf
ening. And when he urged an iintned
j iate declaration K against Austria, the
members again rose m a wave of ap
plause. Allied diplomats joined in the
clapping. The president ceased speak
ing at 1:05. As ho left tho chamber, he
was given a tumultous send off.
UNFURLED IN COURT
It Was First Displayed by
Steamer Carrying Supplies
San Franciseo, Dec. 4 The revolu
tionary flag of India today made its
appearance, roughly drawn on paper,
in the court room of Federal Judge
Van Fleet at the continuation today of
the Hindu plot trial. It was a green
flag with a diagonal white stripe run
ning from corner to corner.
"This flag was to be flown by a
steamer carrying ammunition and In
dian revolutionists .to India as it en
tered the harbor of Calcutta," said
Shiv Dyal Kapur, witness for tho gov- jmature resulted in a general stock tak
ernment, on the stand. .ig 0f all nations, in a firmer resolve
The flag, flying from tho mast of for unity of nrtion and in hrnn.l
iuv ruvuiuwuurai snip, nmcu rciuuiuuu
unnamed throughout the examination
of the witness, was to notify tho wait
ing revolutionists in Calcutta that
5,000 pistols had arrived.
- "This message was to be flashed by
cable in the form of a code to Bang
kok so as to notify the revolutionists
there that half the number of pistols
were to be shipped to them," said
JYBl'llr - .
"What was the codeword?" asked'
the United States attorney during the
"It was 'chicken work wire undo-
mended'," answered tho witness.
Kapur then told of how a Chinese
named "Cluintr" in India, had (riven
thfl TTrntod Htnten Bttomov ,lnriiifr tlil
nameu uung - in mum, nau given a desire for peace of the same sort and
him the revolutionist flag and soverul to that extent the message may ho re
papers intended for a member of Ben-1 yarded as bullish but there appeared
gal revolutionary party in India con- to be nothing to indicate that peace wn
tabling the plans for the landing of j possible in the nos future, that the
me revolutionist snip wun n uuimuni-
"What was the signal of the ship
to be if it landed at night I" asked
the government attorney.
"It was to flash three white lights,"
said Kapur. " Revolutionist were
waiting on tho shore to send tho
Kapur testified that some of the pis
tols were to go to the northern part of
Siam and others for revolutionists in
"now many leaders were in the re
publican revolutionary party elf In
dia!" asked the prosecutor, just be
fore the conclusion of Knpur's testi
mony. "Four, one from Shanghai, one from
Manila and two from the , United
States," said the witness.
Wall Street Listens
New York, Dec. 4. The New York
Evening Hun financial review today
Until the president's delivered mcs- naturallv in a position t" ..oge intel
sace to coneress becan coming over the ligenily as to the best w.in; to use. It
!wiro almrtlv l.efnrn 12 o'l-lock. tlin
securities market, simflv marked time to tno' wi'o suffer from indigestion,
from the opening. Kor another hour, Ka8tnt18' dyspepsia, pain after eating,
Wall Street hung over the tickers rend-" ,r,rt'unl ,!tl'- !'" tha. physician,
ing and trying hastily to digest what h.ave devoted their lives to the si
Mr. Wilson had to say. Meantime, the l"v'8"" ot bra """friog are more
'market practically stood still.
o clock, however,
vance conservatively, although trad-
ig continued qiriet. The president loft
the country was to win tne war anil
tfiat ( nt Viintr ahnll turn iia nai1n ftriin
it is accomplished. "
Wall Street saw in these statements
denly the lights wro extinguished,
ir's senrehlurhts attempted to
V... tf..:i..,l -...1
: l u,t iuF dik J"'TI Oll'l Hlr tUl'-
tain ordered the vessel s course chnng-
dcred hj, vesd sent forward at full
speed- Tho other ship was then seen off
the portsidc, with lights dimmed.
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Nov. 30, 1917.
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ENDS FIRST SESSION
Members of Conference Are
Well Pleased With Result
of Exchange of Views
By Lowell Mellctt
(United Tress staff correspondent)
Paris, Dev. 4. So far as military
exigencies permit the inter-allicd coun
cil proposes to allow the public of the
allied nations to see the workings of
the war machine.
With -the closine of the intor-nl!iM
icouncil and the first session of tlie
supreme war council, it was stated to
day that arrangements were Iwin-t
made to publish a summery of tho res
olutions adopted at the first named con '
Publicity in regarded as one of the
allies' strongest weapons in the fight
against autocracy. Notification to tlfo
people of what their chosen represen
tatives pro-poeo to do with the peoples
imonoy, the people's lives and tho peo
ple's property in the fight for deinoc
rocy, will stand out in vivid contrast
to the German autocratic ' assumption
of divine right over lives, money and
ipropertj of its citizens.
On every baud today gtgat satisfa?
ition was expressed at the progress
achieved in tho conferences here. Tho
tmaotinXTM. Wlltl tll-olimUn... in 4-.:
eral plan of elimination of wnstasre bv
islandurdiiintiou. In yesterday's United
(Press dispatches mention was made of
'tho plnn for such standardization of
itho allies' aerial warfare. Tho.snhy;
Jlan is being worked out for otheT
ibnim-hes of tho military arm.
isost indication that the meeting was
'preliminary was 111 the tact that the
1 "p",,,n r'l'ifst I'"- re-statement of
allied war aims a joint statemcnP, to
'nvM,.,l, ,11 ..111.,., ..1 .....VI 1.. ..: x..'
..,', ""' - iK;iarory .
C " " "aw cons.derat
delegates apparently were agr
of finit C01U)idl,rnril,n at tl
wftro tho lu.tn.,, h .
offense and defense'
I a ,!...;. .1 11..
"' " ' 1 iu ""Llr consideration. 1 tie
i culouie rulers had reached the. Point
of chastening when they were ready to
repair wrongs which have been done.
To that extent the message was bearish.
The president 's remarks on the neces
sity for congress to go still further in
setting limits to prii-c; that while pro
fiteering had been eliminated in many
brunches of industry, it was impudently
rampant in others, where not conducive
to sustained strength. Net changes in
the steel, motor and specialty find
j equipment shares wore narrow. There
was a better tone among the coppers.
In the late session, hc general list
receded in quick orderly trading.
United States Steel was below til. The
marines continues to give way lightly.
Kails were neglected and lost much of
the gains of the early afternoon.
General weakness developed in ac
tive selling just before the closing.
What Doctors Prescribe
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tho treatment of stomach troubles are
' therefore a matter of vital interest
to got a parkago of fli-nesia from the
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nearly every instance, nud tho gtioran-
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