THE DAILY CAPITAL JOUKNAL. SALEM. ORE. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 24. 1918 CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT. If Ql'ICK REFERENCE 10 WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEETWE RECOMtND OUR ADVERTISERS tt4H MM MM tHMMMMMMH M M M M M M T.ltnlinna ' EVERYTHING Salem Electrie Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North Higli Main 1200 . TRANSFER AND DSAYA6E Salem Truck & Dray Co., corner State and Front Streets i 'Main74 AUTO DELIVERY BAGGAGE AND PARCELS DELIV ered any place city or country. Phone 64 or 2081R. W. W. Fisher. AWNINGS DO YOU WANT new awnings for store or homef Call or write C Dill man, 900 Highland Ave. " 5-18 DENTIST DR. F. L. UTTEK, DENTIST, ROOMS 413-414 Bank of Commerce bldg. Phone 606. 114 FINANCIAL MONEY TO LOAN On Good Real Estate Security TITOS. K. FORD Over Ladd & Bush bank, Salem, Oregon HATTERS-CLEANERS ELLSWORTH, THE HATTER Men's and women's hats cleaned, reblocked nd retrimimcd. Old hats made to look like new. We carry a large stock 'of Tine ribbons. 495 Court St. lawn-mowers" THE P1X1T SHOP Let us repair and sharpen your lawn mowers. 261 Court. Tlione 1022. tf OSTEOPATH DRS. B. H. WHITE AND R. W. WAL TON . Osteopathic physicians and . nerve specialists. Graduate of Amer ican school of Osteopathy, Kirkville, Mo Post graduate and specialized in nervous diseases at Los Angeles Col lege. Offices 505-508 U. S. Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone 859. Residence, 1620 Court. Phone 221S. Dr. White Bes. Phone 469. FOR RENT FOR RENT Tho storeroom at 141 N. Commercial street, now occupied by Compton's 15c & 25c store, will be for rent May 1st next, tar parucu lara inquire at room 22 Brcyman block. tt LET US ESTIMATE ON All your Printing an Up-to-Now office to meet your prlutr ing demands. THE CAPITAL JOURNAL PHONE 81 RAILROAD TIME TABLES SALEM- GEER LINE 73 Arrive at Salem 9:15a.m. 74 Leave Salem 3:05 p.m No. iNo, SALEM, FALLS CITY & WESTERN 161 Lv Salem, motor 7:05 a.m. 163 Lv Salem, motor .. 9:35 am. 165 Lv Salem, motor 1:40 p.m. Through car to Monmouth and Arlie 167 Lv Salem, motor 3:48 p.m. 169Lv Salem, motor . 5:57 p.m. 239 Wy frt. Lv Salem 5:00 a.m. 162 Ar at Salem ....8:30 am. 164 Ar. at Salem 11:00 a.m. 166 Ar at Salem 3:00 p.m. 168 Ar at Salem 5:35 p.m. 170 Ar at Salem 7:20 p.m. 240 Wy frt Ar Salem 2:30 p.m. OREGON ELECTRIC Southbound Leave Arrive Arrive En irene Portland Salem 6:30 am 8:35 am 1,1 '50 am 0:30 am 10:11am 12:25pm 10:45 am 12:50 pm 8:05 pm 4:15 pm 6:35 pm 13 T.td ... 4:45om 6:40 Dm 8:50 pm 17 ,..,., :05pm 8:07 pm Sab ra only. 19 , , 9:20 pm 11:20 pm Salem only II 11:45 pm 1:55 am o:ouam North Bank Station (leave Jefferson Street 15 and 20 minutes later) Northboard Leave Asrive Kuzeno Salem Arrive Portland 6:50 am 9:25 am 12:05am 4:35 am 7:15 am 7:35 am 9:45 am 1120 im 11.9(1 . U.JUB1U 1:20 pm o r-' ':',m l:fPm 10:00 Pm 14 11:20 am 1:50 pm 16 Ltd 1:55 pm 4:00 pm B0 .4:10pm 5:30 pm 22 5.25 pm 7:55 pm zMurt.li Hank Station f Arrive Jefferson Street 15 minutes earlier) ."Leave Cor- allis. COSVALXS CONNECTIONS Leave Corvallis Arrive Salem 8:25 am....Northbound....9:45 am 12:12 pm....Northbonnd-..l:50 am 2:41 pm..Northbound....4:00 pm 4:10 pm..Norfhbound....f:30 pm 6:18 pm.Nortfbound....7:55 pm 8:35 10:15 J2:50 4:15 6:40 am....Southbound....9:57 am am Southbound..ll:33 am pm....S6uthi0 miC " '" P pm ...Southbound....5:40 pm pnL.Southbonnd....8:00 P TRY JOURNAL WANT ADS JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY Trail e. i., 5 Ltd I e rram No. 8 10 Ltd 12 FIRMS THAI GIVE SERHCE ELECTRTOAT. I LODGE DIRECTORY KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS MEET AT McCornack nail on every Tuesday at 8. P. Andresea, C. C. W. B- Gil ton, K. R. & S. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246-meets every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock ia Derby building, eorncr Court and High streets. R. F. Day, V. C.j J. A. Wright, clerk. SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D. Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson, secretary. All cases of cruelty or neg lect of dumb animals should be re ported to the secretary for investi gation. j ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA ' ' Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360. meets every Thursday evening In ' Derby building, Court and High St. Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 214 Court St, oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, recor der, 1115 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M. UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem bly No. 84, meets every Thursday at 8 p. m. in I. O. O. F. hall. Norma L. Terwilliger, M. A-; C. A. Vibbert. secretary, Crown Drug tore, 838 State street. SECOND HAND GOODS BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE- Men's clothes,-shoes, hats, jewelry watches, tools, musical instrument bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit eases, trunks,, cameras, typewriters and furniture. Capital Exchange, 337 Court street. I'bone 493. SCAVENGER SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all kinds removed on monthly contracts at reasonable rates. Yard and cess pools cleaned. Office phone Main 2247. Residence Main 2272. STOVE REPAIRING STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED 50 years experience. Depot, National and American fence. Sizes 26 to 58 in.. high. Paints, oil and varnish, etc. Loganberry and hop hooks. Salem Fence and Stove Works, 250 Court street. Phone 124. VETERINARIAN DR. W. G. MOORIIOUSE COUNTY veterinarian, graduate Cornell Uni versity. Office Cherry City Feed Stables, 544 Ferry St. Phones, office 2199; Res. and night 1510. WATER COMPANY S4T.TSM WATER COMPANY Office corner Commercial and Trade streets Bills payable monthly in advance. THE MARKET Today's market quotations remain practically unchanged. Gram Wheat, soft white $1.85(0 1.87 Wheat, red $1-85 Wheat, lower grades on sample Oats : Barley, ton - Bran 90s' $03 $36 , $38 Shorts, per ton Hay, cheat, new $19(5620 Hay, vetch, new $2022 Hay, clover, new $18 Buttcrfat ...... 40c weamery .writer w............. 43e 40c PorH, Veal and Mutton Pork, on foot ... .- 5lbC Veal, fancy a6(a uc 7rti9c Steers Cows - Bulls - -- noe Spring lambs U(a12c Ewes - --- 57c Lambs, yearlings - lc Eees. crsh : - Hens, pound - Turkeys, dressed - Turkeys, live, No. 1 20rcii21 26Ca28s 21(S)23c j-Hens, dressed, pound 2729c .!. J 26i28c 5'-' Ducks, live .... Geese, live Old roosters ... Potatoes 18fa;20c 15rail6c 4rall5c 18Cd20 lc , Vegetables String garlic Green onions Onions, in sack Lettuce, crate .-- Celery Broccoli .... 6c ... 40c $1.25 $2.75 .. 90c $1.25 Artichokes 90c Cabbage .; $t Florida tomatoes - foou Khnhnrh $2 Asparagus .,. 12'2c Pigs and Dates Black fifts State St. . 13e 4-23 $1.25a2 ApP,e, ... $r Fruit .. $68 $6 &0 MM ON SHORT NOTICE lilt M M M M MM M M M M tTt TVkT ft k W Tl OAUEj IF YOU WANT to sell or exchange yonr property or business, list "wita the Oregon Realty Exchange and Investment Co. We list property at: over the U. S. and Canady and . j . r$ mmissioa. Call and see i us. noom zs creyman Diag. - o-Hiw BUYERS ATTENTION'! I have a com fortable 5 room cottage for sale. with good lot for $700; also a mod-'p;. era five room ottare ana block from paved street. This is a cheap property at $1400. I have a choice buy for $1500, two blocks from ear line and one block from paved street I have several valuable lots for tale cheap; also a house for $600. Square Deal Realty Company, U. S. Bank building. Phone 470. tt 240 ACRES, 200 cultivated, 40 timber pasture, running water, fair improve ments,,3 miles from Pratum, best Waldo Hill soil, price $23,000. 60 acres, 58 cultivated, 18 pasture, 2 timbes, all good soil, spring water, good improvements. 1900 prune trees, 00 rJngliBh walnut trees, good team good team I ef horses, wagon, harness, 3 Jersey L. nnn.a 1111 Mnrn HfaH hen, 1 nil II from Aumsville, a snap, price $8500. Terms. 8oeolofsky, 341 phone 970. . ., State St. 5-10 110 ACRES, 80 cultivated, 30 timber pasture, 40 acres ia crop, good build ings, on rock road, two miles from town, some stock and Implements, j price $iiuu win taso $.uuu oaiem residence, some cash and easy terms on balance. 100 acres, 90 cultivated 50 bottom, 5 timber, all fenced, good road, new 6 room bungalow, barn, close, to school, $11,000. 20' acres Yamhill county, exchange for tt room bungalow in Salem. Equity ia 40 acre Idaho irrigated farm fo ranch near Salem or Dallas, not over $3000, price $6000. 20 acres close to Salem, 6 cleared, good improvements, rock road, $4000. 58 acres, 45 culti vated, 25 beaverdam, 12 pasture, 1 orchard, good bars, fair house, join ing town, running water, $6200 easy terms. Modern a room Dungaiow furnace, paved street, $1500, Mod-! era 5 room bungalow, furnace, fire place, bath, Dutch kitchen, close in, $2000. $8500 worth of acreage and residence property to exchange for ranch any where. SoeolofBky, 341 Bananas 7c Retail Prices Creamery butter 45(W50c Flour, hard wheat $2.70Tq)2.80 Flour, soft wheat $2.502.60 Country butter 40c Eggs, dozen , 35c Sugar, 11 lbs. for Sales limited to $1 PORTLAND MARKET Portland, Or., April 24. Butter, oity creamery 42c Eggs, sclented local ex. 34(S35c ' Hens 27c . Broilers 3a37e . Geese 20c Cheese, triplets l5Va16c Daily Live Stock Market Cattle , Receipts 175 Tono of market firm unchanged Goiod to choice steers $12.7513.75 Good to medium steers $11.75(0)12.75 Common to eood steers $10.23(a)11.25 Choice cows and heifers $11.25(a12.S5 Cunners $4.25625 Bulls $6.25(S10.75 (.Wves $8.7513.23 Stoclter and feeder steers $7(&9 Hogs Receipts 461 Tono of market 'higher Prime mixed $17.90(a)18 . Medium mixed $17.6517.85 Pigs tl5.5016.50 Rough and heavy $16.6516.83 Hneep Receipts 500 Tone of market finm, unchanged Spring lambs $20 Western yearlings $15.2515.50 Valley yearlings $152515.50 Wethers $1313.50 Ewes '$12(5)12.50 NOTE Portland market on shorn sheep, 2 to 3c under qnotation. Market Opened Weak But Prices Advanced New York, April 24. The New York Evening 8un financial review today said: Through the early part of today's session of the stock market there was further reflection of the uncertainly which .prevailed yesterday. There was a firm tone from the beginning and it was not long before strength display ed itself hero and there throughout tie list. By mid day prices ruled well above the "Tuesday closing level and in the early afternoon there had developed a well defined upward movement of fair ly broad proportions. Price movements were mixed in the later trading. Some issues advanced in good form, others receded materially, while still others virtually stood still. TO PROTECT SALMON Seattle, Wash., April 24 William a Redfield, United States secretary of eornmerte met in conference with Ca nadian and American fisheries offi cials here this morning, to solve prob lems Uffectfng fthe tfiisliing industry of both countries 9(nd to work out an effective system of protection for the soctocye and spring gaimon. Children - Cry fgo FLETCHER'S CASTO RIA tttilMMtttt M MM MM Willamette Valley News l M-MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM Jiaior Class Week v. ' it Wnrwrtn'li Wnwl! Mrs- Harel Wor't Toiwuan ef Har . tti iUUHUlOuul nOnU&l bor. southern Oregon, arrived in Mon- 'mouth Thursday for a visit with her (tapi'.al Jouicd S;xaJ Service) jtatier, Q, Work. Hazel d aot know Moumou k, April 24 Last Friday!9' her auut Mrs. Coleman's death un- wa. pechsrs the g:ctet. day f tie ! ,he Ts f ' 1 . ;b her father, as somehow the tele- year for the Ntrmal ;mu-rs The week j, fai)e4 to .fc Bor. she plans to was junior ctasi week bit Friday was j take her father back with her to her the' rala dcy. F.om fcur in the wornini i when the bclU beg.ia to ri:ig out and . . . . .. . , - . . . r "'"''"'- . J? J I? " ! w i lu- "r,v ing went cn with not a dull mvnent betwe a ftunts- Tho program was chief patriotic, i .enun songs, stories and predominating. The day was not long enough to go through aH the stunts which had been prepared, so the ipageant, "France, the stronghold of civihzation," was carried over and giva Saturday night. ...... Often His barvtces H. C Ostrin, head of the history de partment of Hie Normal School, went to Poitland Saturday to offer himself for service in the Y. M. C. A. work. Mr. Ostein expeets to go to France be fore many months, but hopes to re main with the normal until the end el the (present term. Tom Ossein, the son, who ha been attending O. A. C. this vear, has almost finished his studies ,v,. v,,f t v.. ,.,.m,tn,i : . ' " Death of Mrs. Guinn Mrs. Herman Guinn, who died recent ly of pneumonia, was buried Sunday in the K. P. cemetery south of Monmouth. The funeral service , was held at the Christian icihiirch at 2:30 p. m. Sunday. The remains were kept about ten davs awbi.ting the arrival of the father, b. D. Maso'u ,who was absent in Mon tana. Mrs. B. F. Baker of Willamette left Sunday for .her home after a two weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Fream. Mrs. Pine Burbnnk is in the Dallas hospital this week where she under went An oiperafcion Friday. Mrs. D. Neal of Turner arrived last Mandav for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. T. J. Edwards. Mis DanWne Ostroim came down from PnrMhnil! TKurlav to sncind a few days with home folks. She Teturned to Portland Sunday,;, jwhere she expects to enter Leinks Business col'ego for a short course in review work. Mi. C. P. Hembree and little daugh ter, Elii-e, returned from Oregon's me tropolis Sundlay where she ha beein with her mother for several days. Arthur Burkhead. one of Monmouth 's loyal young men who enlisted in the navy several mnritJis ntro, came home on a furlough las). Thursday from Mre Island. Cal.. where he has been l-sfationcd s'frree. hionlistment. Arthur is a graduate of fne NoTtnal and gave up a pood Tuition to serve his coun try. His work up to date has been along the same lines as he tenches regular Classen of yonnir soldiers the mdimentB of reading, writing, opening, nnnuun- ti" and eosTnphy m uncio cam s school. He is exempt from regular roil tiTro drill. Friday he visited the hijh school mud gave a v(r? interesting talk before Ithe oitudent body. He will leave Fridav for Oolumlbia: and Wasco conn- tie wihere ho ffoes to vii't other rela tives. His furlough lasts until Amy first. , Mi Gladdvs Evans, who Is teaching a three mo.nths term of school at yeo, Orepon, has beein offered the position for coming year at $80 per month. V h Mnttio Mitchell Of Bait uaxe City, who eamo to attend the funeral of Mrs. Coleman last week, left Fri dav for hnr borne. Miss Mitchell was CASTOR IA Fcr Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature NOTICE OF SALE Of Government Timber Notice is hereby given that subject to the conditions and limitations of the Act of Juno 9, 1916, (39 Stat., 218), and the instructions of the Sec retary of the Interior of September 15, 1917, the timber on the following lands will be sold May 15, 1918, at 10 o'clock a. m, at public auction at the United States land office at Portland. Oregon, to the highest bidder at not lesg than tho appraisea value as snown by this notice, sale to be subject to the approval of the Secretary of the In terior. The purchase price, with an ad ditional sum of one-fifth of one per cent thereof, being commission allow ed, must be deposited at time of sale, money to be returned if sale is not ap- proved, otherwise patent will issue f or the timber which must be ri-movea within ton years. Bids will be receiv ed from citizons tf tho United States, associations of such citizens end cor porations organized under the laws of the United States or any state, terri tory or district thereof only. Upon ap plication of a qualified purchaser, the timber on any legal subdivision will be offered separately before being includ- . i .. . : . m n u 35 NeTn: VeUoS fir 250 M-, red fir SO M.; NW NE, yellow fir 600 !., red fir 800 M., hem lock 10 M.; SW NEM, yellow fir 700 M., red fir 250 M.; SE14 NE. yellow fir 350 M., red fir 450 M.; NE& NW, vcllow fir 750 M., red fir 250 M , henilwk 10 M.j 8E NW, yel low fir 100 M.. red fir 1200 M.: NEll SWW, vellow fir 200 M., red fir 800 1 M.; SE SW'4, 'yellow fir' 350 M., red fir 850 M.; NE4 SEK, yellow fi; 450 M., red fir 600 M.; NW SEVi, yellow fir 500 M.. red fir 600 M.; SW SE',i. yellow fir, 50 M., red fir 1800 M-; SE14 SE4, red .f ir 1550 M., none of the fir to be sold at less than $1.75 per M., aBd Bone of the hemlock to be sold at less than $.50 per M. CLAY TALLMAN, Commissioner, General Land Office. 5-S MM MM tti a roster -tii!a or ius. loieuiaa and iverv much devotcyj to her. acme. The Rebekalis wet Thursday night in regular session with an excellent at- in Tviruiiir sessmi tendance. Eight candidate were ini tilted into the order. Refreshments n.tul intm tA were served and the usual social hour enjoved. John C. Uglow and Floyd D. Moore both candidates for clerk of Polk coun ty at .the republican primaries, were in tho city Fridav shaking hands with old friends and iwideutly soliciting j aew ones. Apparently they were f riend- Ily rival. t The third annual nit- ting of the Polk ceonty Christina Endeavor society on vaned here on Friday the 12th, and closed on the 14th, New officers were elected, much enthusiasm mauifested and great good accomplished. An interesting letter from Chad Nowhouse, wbo is with an ambulance corps, somewhere i IFnuice, tells of the excellent musie played by the com pany band, there were 34 pieces iuclud ing seven trombones, seven comets, six saxaphoues et. t.'uaa worss in me gery. . ' A DAGGER IN THE BACK That's the woman's dread when Bhe ffnts nn in the morning to start the dav's work. "Oh! how my back aches' GOLD MEDAL Haarlen Uil uapsuies taken today ease the backache of to morrowtaken every day ends the backache for all timo. Don't delav. What's the use of suffering Begin taking GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules today and be relieved tomor row. Take throe or four every day and be permanently free from wrenching, dintrBaaintr hack bain. But be sure to get GOLD MEDAL. Since 1696 GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil has been the na tional remedy of .Holland, tho govern ment of the Netherlands having grant ed -a special charter authorizing its preparation for sale. The housewife of Holland wouia aimosi as suun uo Tim she would without her "Real Dutch Drops," as she quaintly calls GOLD MEDAL Maarlem Oil Cap sules. This is the one reason why you will find the Women and children of Holland so sturdy and robust, uiil.n MEDAL are the pure, origin al Haarlem Oil Capsules imported di rect from ' the laboratories in iinar lem, Halland- But be sure to got GOLD MEDAL. Look for the name en every box. Sold by rcliablee druggists in seal ail nackneres. three sizes. Money re funded if they do not bolp you. Accept enly the GOLD MEDAL, AH otnors are imitations. Goverdale Notes (Capital Journal Special Service) Clowrdalo, April 24. Albert Hennis of Poitland fame up Saturday to spend 'hi! week end with his parents. Mis Arnold and Mi3s Blnckman at tended a teacners meeting in Salem, called by Superintendent Smith. J. D. Craig is plowing for Johu Mc Kinuey. Mrs. Whitehead and Mrs. Farris at tended the W. W. C. meeting at Mu ll. Green's home Tuesday. The principal of the Clovcrdale school Miss Arnold has tho mumps. iirs. J. Craig and Miss Ethel Craig drove to Salem Tuesday. . Mis. i A. Wood spent Monduy in Sa lmi. Vhilo passing the Bradford farm in Poik County on Sunday, mtunt on a trip through the county. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kuune and Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton saw an amrrv bull attacking Mr. Bradford, The men hurried to Mb assistance and Mr. Kunke struck the animal with club thus dazing him and soon had the man out of the enclosure. But he was that badly shaken up and exhausted that had the men been five minutes la ter, ho would have been killed. The par ty continued on their way taking din ner nt DaVton visiting Lafayette, Mc- Minnvjillo, Dallas, Whiteston and several other places, mamnga iiunureu-mue irip for tho day. " . GERMANS ATTACK (Continued from page one) morniing there was a heavy enemy boinftiai'ibment. "On tho majority of the British front .particularly in the Somme and Anicre sectors, the valley of the Scarpa and the ictors north of Bethune and north and ttiortheasti of KaiMcul there was hostile artillery tiring yesterday , af ternoon and evening Last Night's Scrapping Loud;;n, April 24. "Strong infan try att''kis aro reported proirreesin iu the Albert sWtor jBiid between the Sontme and tho Avre rivers," Field Marshal Httig reported todady. "Hostile infantry loft their trendies northwest of Albert at dusk, Their at tack was met with heavy ntle ajnu Whine gun fire and they were driv- en back. "In the neighborhood of Dranoutre, (throe miles northeast of Bailleul( strong hosti'e attacks developed in the evening. The French repulsed them af ter shai.p flighting. British and French artillery inflictcdi severe losses on the enemy. "1 the neighborhood of Mcmlle, onr a-tillery -dispersed concentrations of hostile infantry." In the region of the Ailette and Avoneourt, French patrols brought boick prisoners. Kisewhore on the front there was intermittent cannonading. Activity is reporteiTfn the Robccq sec tor on the western frout. Probably this will give you a "q" as to the dny'i most important developments. Stomach Trouble A " Mrs. Sophie Bauer, S21 First Ave, I I North. Faribault Minnesota, writes: 1 CvXuQl "I cannot praise your wonderful n I '.. medicine, Peruna, enougo. It has rrglSfi V V dona much for ma during the past k ten years and I keep it in tha house yj continually. I was In such a condl- I OUT ' tion that I could eat nothing but bread and milk, and even that was too Unrt Jf.,l V heavy for me at times. New, I can oIlucrKU eat anything. I will recommend Pe- F run to an my friends.- Medicine inM on prowpJrJna TabletaT"1' PGrUIlcX EllOUgla State House News The Public Service eomaiission is in receipt ot an application from the Columbia and Nehalem River railway for an Increase of freight .rates from Kerry, Oregon, to points from 16 to 27 miles distant. The rates asked for show an increase of from 33 to 40 per cent over those n effect now. A dissolution of partnership Was filed with the Corporation department today by the Hamblin-Wheeler C'lothUig C o. of McMinnville. The latest moving picture combina tion is to be known as the Famous Players-lasky Corporation and papers were filed todav with the Corporation department of the state giving the business as that ef dealing in motion lciures and for tlm tmrivos of erect ing and operating theatres. Tha new corporation is a combination nf the Paramount Picture corporation. Jesse ti'Lasky Feature Co., Cardinal Film Corporation, Artcraft Picture Corpor ation and the (Famous Players Film Co. From the articles of incorporation, it is evident that the big combination will erect its own theaters or lease them and manage to gobblo up tho profits of the movies all the way from producing the pictures to operating its own theatres. . The Peoples Cash Store or Wallowa incorporated in papers filed today. The capital stock is $2,000. i n i A certificate of dissolution was filed with tho Corporation department by the Business Men's Development League of Sherwood, Oregon The DelMonte Minhig company, a! Delaware corporation, file! Willi the Corporation commissioner. The capital stock is $500,000. - ' i For some, time past, Percy A. Cup per, as'sistr.nt state engineer, has been contributing articles to The Bond Bufer, a New Yotk financial magazin'S, seeking to establish a market m me east for irrigation bonds. In nnsivei to an inouiry from the mngozino rcla five" to the amendment to the Oregon const itulkn limiting the amount tux ing bodies can mise to six per Cent in addition -tt, tho amount raised the pro- ceding year, Mr. Cupper writes Tti part: ' ''While I have not he yet received ail official opinion from Atloinsy General Brown on the subject, he has advised that tho amendment is up plicablo to irrigation districts, which means (hat the board of directorh. un less csjieeiially authorized by a vote of the .people, cannot raise an amount by assessment more than six per cent In addition tc the amount, raised the pre ceding year. This amendment doef not apidy to funds for the pnymunt of interest or principal oij bonds. . "Therj is no limit to the aw.-ent that my 1)0 raised if authorized by the neonle. But tho indebtedness of n district is so limited, except for princi pal and interest on bonds, that its oat standing worrauts must be paid before additional obligations may be incur red. It would seem that in any eir.int that warrants would finally be paid and thy arc made to iay 7 per cent interest." Mount Angel Recruits Given Farewell Reception (Capital Journal Special Service) Mt. Angol, Or., April 24. As soundly a patriotic, meeting tliiit has ver been lu ld in these pnrts took' place at the Mt. Angel City hall last evening. The occasion being the farewell reception to W. P. Terliaar, Frank Walker and f:nro Hi'.liaiifur of this place who are leaving for service next Thursday. The arrangements of the affair were under taken bv the E. C.'s of this place and other citizens assisted materially by Edward Ungcr, home on a Biiort visu prior to himself leaving for the front m the mar future. Mr. Ungcr has a brother buried in Northern bcotianu, who . one of the victims of the fatal "ius ,.ia" A nil three of the boys nro members of the local council K. OI the newly acquired service nag oi lueifolesi', 1b caused by a lack of sulphur council was dedicated and three now -m t)l0 ilttir. Our grandmother made up stars' were affixed in the presence of a mixture of Page Tea and Sulphur to the guests of honor. P. N. Smith was keep her locks dark and beautiful, and Chairman of the meeting. John T. B:m- thousands of women und men who val mon explained the "service flag" and uo that even color, that beautiful dark dedicated it. Mayor R. L. Young spoke shade of hair which is so attractive, on "True Citizenship"; Dr. E. H. Don- use only this old time recipe, neily in behalf of Mt. Angel Council Nowadays we get this famous mix Knights of Columbus; Joseph J. Keber tore improved by tho addition of oth on ''Truthful Quest.onaircs"; B,.v. r ingrodiente by asking at any Ji -ug Father Hildebiand in behalf or tnc ,";..Lw . .I niece, ren iHC lllCUl UIVUI,1K1 " I dcred ' " . ' . . li.i services at the uance wiucn was i..u cdiatelv afterward. The Girls' Glee club sung "Somewhere in I ranee Vand't))e r hftir disapp(,nrg; but what de the Knights of Columbus quartet "Keep ,.hJg jhfi )n(ies with Wyoth's Sage thf Homo Fires Biirniiig." adding much ftnd (Suphur Compound is that, besides to the patriotic spirit manifest through-.beautifully darkening tho hair after a out. I few applications, it also gives it en ap- After tho singing of America by tho j,earanco of abundance, entire audience three rousing cheers. Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur Com were given the boys. pound is a delightful toilet requisite ' " " to iniart color and a youthful appear- What a gentleman that bloodthirsty to the hair. It is not intended 'old Apache Geronimo was compared the kaiser. . Brooks News " (Capital Journal 8ecial Service) Brooks, April 24. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Harris had as their week end vis- . itors, Jofcn Ink ef Verdi, Minnesota. Mr. Ink is in the national guard sta tioned at Vancouver, Wash. Mr. llar ria toolc Eiin' into Salem Sun'day after noon and showed him. the beauties of the Capital city, with which he was quite enttoised. Mr. Ink went back to Vancouver vowing that Oregon was the best place oa earth, and when he gots through with the kaiser he intends to return to old Oregon. The infamt e.hild ef Mr. -and Mrs. Mdtcalf died Monday of pneumonia. Funeral Tuesday ia PUtaeer eemetery, comhicted by Rev. S. W. Hall of the M. E. urch. Much is felt for the bereaved parents. ' - The farmers are mostly through with their spring work, fall grain is looking fine, Lobangorrdes are doing splendidly, while the orchards ara a mass ef Wootn. The third of a series of six- mission ary serouons will be given at the M. .E. church next Sunday morning- Ev erybody invited. Mr. and Mrs. K. T. GiBbert went to Aumsville last Sunday in their new Ford. They report a very enjojyable trip. The Huns will never be able to de- B!roy Paris with long range gum. Not by a long shot. T MEAT KIDNfYS ACT BADLY Take Tablespoonful of Salts ! If Back Hurts or Bladder BothersDrink Lots of Water Wo are a nation of meat eators and our blood is filled with urio acid, says a well known authority , who wnrns n . to be constantly cn guard against kid-' ney trouble. Tho kidneys no their utmost to rres tho blood of this irritating acid, but become weak from tho overwork; they get slucreish: the eliminative tissues clog and thus the waste is retained in : the blood to poison the entire system. When yeur kidneys ache and fe like lumps of lead, andou nave sting ing pains in tho back w the nrine ii cloudy, full of sediment, or the blad der is irritable, obliging you to seek rolicf during the night; when pon have sovero headaches, nervous and dizzy spells, sleeplessness, acid stomach or ; rheumatism in bad weather, get from your pharmacist about four ounces ef Jad Salts; take a tablespoonful ia a glass of water before breakfast eae morning and in a few days your kid neys will act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lem on inicp. combined with lithia, and has beeii used for generations to flush and stimulate clogged kidneys, te neutral ize the acids in urino so it s sse long er a source of irritation, thus ending urinary and bladder disorders. Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot injure; makeB a delightful effervescent lithia water drink, and nobody caa make a mistake by taking a little oc casionlly to keep -the kidneys clean and active. DARKEN GRAY HAIR, LOOK YOUNG. PRETTY 7 - Grandma's Recipe of Sage Tea and Sulphur Darkens So Naturally That No body Can Tell Hair that loses its color and lustre, or when it fades, turns gray, dull and iur,a ,r. TL.. L.,A w - 'darkens the hair so naturally, so even- sponiro -tlipnh, niai, taklne one I ,. A . n mnrn na to for tho cure, mitigation or prevention of disease.