Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, April 29, 1918, Page SEVEN, Image 7

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    I CAPITAL JOURNALCLASSIFIED DEPT. 1 Willamette Valley News
Qi'lCK REFERENCE TO FIRMS THAT GIVE SERVICE ON SHORT NOTICE 8
:i; WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEEM'E KEGOUEND OUR ADVERTISERS 8
EVEETTHINtt ELECTEICAL
frlm Electric Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North High
TRANSITS AND DRAT AGE
Uitom Truck & Dray Co., corner State aud Front Streets
Teiephono
Main 1200
AUTO DELIVERY
BAGGAGE AND PARCELS DELI V
erel ftnv placfc city or country.
Phone li't cr 2QS1K. VV. V. Fisher.
LODGE DIRECTORY
AWNINGS
KNIGHTS UP PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack hall on every Tuesday
at S. P. Andresen, C. C. VV. U. Uil
son, K. R. & S.
DO iW WANT new awning for
store or hor.ef ("all or write U- Dill-ma-i,
H0 lliyhb'iid Ave. 5 J8
DENTIST
MODERN WOODMEN OP AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5-Mfi.meets
every Thursday evening at 8 o'oloek
in Derby building, corner Court and
HiKh streets. R. F. Day, V. C; J. A.
Wright,- elerk.
DEPL UTTER. DENTIST, BOOMS jSAfKM HTM AXE S(K'IETY-I) D.
413-414 Dank of CVmmeree bldg. Keelcr, president; Mrs. Lou
I V Ittl - .ill lllffia Ul VllltHjr ui ui g
lect of dumb animals should be re
ported to the secretary for iuvesti-
Phoi cm.
11-4
FINANCIAL
MONEY TO LOAN
Oa Good Real Estate Security .
TIIOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush bank, Salem, Oregon
gatiou.
HATTERS CLEANERS
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OP AMERICA
"Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360.
meets e'very Thursday evening in
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 214 Court St,
oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, recor
der, yi5 N. 4th St. Phone 143CM.
ELLSWORTH, TIIE HATTER Men's
and women's .hats cleaned, reblocked
end retrinwned. Old lints made to
. look like new. Wo carry a large
stock of fine ribbons. 495 Court St.
LAWjS MOWERS
THE FIX1T SHOP Let us repair and
sharpen your lawn mowers, iitil
Court. Thone 1022. tt
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem
bly No. 84, meets every Thursday at
8 p. m. in 1. U. O. t '. hall, iNorma u
Terwillieer, M. A ; C. A. Vibbert,
secretary. Crown Drui Store. 338
State street.
SECOND HAND GOODS
OSTEOPATH
DRS. B. H. WHITE AND R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
nerve specialists. Graduate of Amer
ican s.'hool of Osteopathy, Kirkville,
Mo Post graduate aud specialized in
nervous diseases at Los Angoles Col
lege. Office 505-508 U. S. Nat. Bank
Bids. Phone 859. Residence, 1620
Court. Phone 2215. Dr. White lies
Phone 409.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT The storeroom at 141 N.
Commercial street, now ocenpied by
Oompton's 15c & 25c store, will be
for rent May 1st next. Fat particu
lars inbulre at 'room'" 22'Breyman
block. tf
LET US ESTIMATE ON
AH your Printing an Up-to-Now
office to meet your print
ing demands,
TIIE CAPITAL JOtJBNAL
PHONE 81
RAILROAD
TIME TABLES
SALEM- GEER LINE
No. 73 Arrive at Salem 9:15 a.m.
No. 74 Leave Salem 3:05 p.m
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE-
Men's clothes,, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments
bicycles, guuB, rifles, revolvers, suit
eases, trunks, cameras, typewriters
and furniture. Capital Exchange, 337
Court street. Phone 493.
FOR SALE
3r0 ACRES, 100 ac-rcs cultivated. 100
bottom, 35 bcaverdain, 25 brush and
timber, good pastures no white land,
living uaeer. river front, land prac
tically all tillable, 1 miles from
Waeouda, Or. Price ifSo per acre.
C40 acres, millions of feet of fine
saw timber, lays well, affords good
grazing, living water, 3 miles of
rauread station. $15 per acie. Own
er, Room 341 State St. Salem, Or.
5-2t
BUYERS ATTENTION! I have a com
fortable 5 room cottage for sale,
with good lot for $700; also a mod
ern five room cottage one block
from paved street. This is a cheap
property at $1400. I have a choice
buy for $1500, two blocks from car
lino and one block from paved street
I have several valuable lots for sale
(heap; also a house for $000. Square
Deal Realty Company, U. S. Bank
building. Phone 470. tf
240 ACRES, 200 cultivated, 40 timber
pasture, running water, fair improve
nients, 3 miles from Pratum, best
Waldo Hill soil, price $23,000.
00 acres, 58 cultivated, 18 pasture,
2 timber, all good soil, spring water,
good improvements, 1900 prune trees,
50 English walnut trees, good team
of horses, wagon, harness, 3 Jersey
cows, 100 pure bred hens, 1 mile
from Aumsville, a snap, price $8500.
Terms. Socolofsky, 341 State St.
phone 970. . 5-10
Silrertoa News '
(Capital Journal Special Service)
SUverton, April 29 Liberty day was
well observed in Silvertoh. All busi
ness house were clised all day. At
eleven thirty a- m. the children of the
public school took pait in a patriotic
parade, marching to Main street where
the oompany was halted and addioss
cs were given by Supt. B. F. Youl and
two young men of the SUverton high
school, Jay Rleakuey and Brock Ham
moud. After sinking two (atriotie
songs and giving the flag salute the
school ehi'dren were dismissed for the
rest of the day. SUverton has raised
more than'her apportionment in lib
erty bonis.
Fifteen K. cf P. brothers will attend
lodge at Independence tonight.
The Lotus club boys gave another
one of their enjoyable dancing rtiee
Friday night. It was well attended as
usual and the boys realized a neat lit
tle, sum from it, besides showing the
young people of Silverten a very
pleasant evening.
O. C. Sieamund, Mark I. McAllis
ter, O. G. Shelrberg, P. Andresen, Dr.
E. E,. Fisher, E. W. Hazard of Salem
attended the K. of P. lodge at Silver
ton la9t Thursday night. '
Miss Inez Doiiohuc, one of the pri
mary teachers, ia spending this week
end in Portland.
Muss Irene 'Farmer of .Portland nas
been employed as a stenographer at
the Silver Falls Timber company 8 or
fice. This company is now employing
four stenffjiraphem.
REAL WEST ON THE SCREEN
Word and Color Artists Outdone in
"The Honor System"
SCAVENGER
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos
proprietor. Garbage and refuse or all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates. Yard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
2247. Residence Main 2272.-
STOVE REPAIRING
HTYWFS PF.MTIT.T AND REPAIRED
50 years experience. Depot, national
and American ience.
Sizes 20 to 58 in." high;
Paints, oil and varnish, ere.
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 250
Court Btrect. Phone 124.
110 ACRES, 80 cultivated, 30 timber
pasture, 40 acres in crop, good build
incs. on rock road, two miles rom
town, some stock and implements,
price $1100, will tako $3000 Salcin
residence, some cash and easy terms
oa balance. 100 acres, uu cuitivatea
50 bottom, 5 timber, all fenced, good
road, new 6 room bungalow, barn,
close to school, $11,000. 20 acres
Yamhill county, exchange for 6
room bungalow in Satcm. Equity i
40 acre Idaho irrigated farm fo
ranch near Salem or Dallas, not over
$3000, price $0000. 20 acres close to
Salem, 6 cleared, good improvements,
rock road, $4000. 58 acres, 45 culti
vated, 25 beaverdam, 12 pasture, 1
orchard, good barn, fair house, join
ing town, running water, $6200 easy
terms. Modern 5 room bungalow,
furnace, paved stroet, $1500. Mod
ern 5 room bungalow, furnace, fire
place, bath, Dutch kitchen, close in,
$2000. $8500 worth of acreage and
Court House News
In his uew photoplay, "The Honor
system, William; rox is saiu to nave
accomplished purely as au incident the
mcst valuable reproduction of western
life that the camera las yet given. For
tin; first time in the history ei the
si-reen it is pertain that the future
historian of this country will turn for
verification from the wonderful word
vjaiutings of Bret Harte and O. Henry
to the scenes depicted in rhi master
drama.
In realism Frederic Remington has
be-n outdone, for what we have been
wont to consider Keiumgton reaiis.n
becomes iu "The Honor System"
truth its. If. The dance hall, the lazy
burro, the biting mustang, the bat-
cared eayuse and a tnousami vme-r
things characteristic of the brave up
standing west are . Ml .there, real,
breathing, speaking.
Showing thK last times tonigui ai
the Liberty theater.
WAR HAS fOKCED NATIONS
TO SOCIALISTIC FOOTING
New Yo-k, April 20, ltf' are already on the verge of the recoa
Earlv war news this work was not ' t ruction period which means so much
hosts
lor the industrial future of the L'nit-
A marriage license was issued Sat
urday to Ray A. Knigihten, age 24, a
laborer,' and) Elsie L. Lindlcy, age 19, ,
housekeeper. They were married at the
parsonage of the "first vnnstjan
church.
Todav a marriage license was issued
to Raphael D. Whelan, age 29, a farm
er, and Lenora Finney, age 19. The
marriage was at the Catholic church-
Delbert Clayton Brock filed his peti
tion for naturalization at the office
of the county clerk. Ho lives at Aums
ville and it a farmer. He was born in
Croton, Ontario, Jan. 18, 1888 and carao
to this country November 25, 1895.
resiuenee prop-.y f ft, tr to be exempt is
ranch any wncre. pocoiorssy, . Lucy M- Kaliut. the widow i.
An order was issued by the county
court for the setting apart at personal
nronertv to b exempt from execution
.;;n tkn .tjit nf John. J. Kahut. The
Bananas
7c
VETERINARIAN
Retail Prices
Oreamerv butter 45(50o
Flour, hard wheat $2.70r)2.8O
Flour, soft wheat $2.502.60
Country butter 0c
Eggs, dozen ..: 3JC
Sugar, 11 lbs. for
Sales limited to $1
DR. W. O. MOORITOL'SE COUNTY
veterinarian, graduato Cornell Uni
versity. Office Chorry City Feed
Stables, 544 Ferry St. Phones, office
2199; Res. and night 1510-
WATER COMPANY
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills paynblo monthly in advance.
SALEM, PALLS CITY it WESTERN
181 Lv Salem, motor 7:05 a.m.
(183 Lv Salem, motor D:35am.
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 pm.
839 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 .7:20p.m.
840 Wy frt Ar Salem 2:30 p.m.
Train
fit.
1
5 Ltd
T
9
13 Ltd
17
19
B1
OREGON ELECTRIO
Southbound
Leave Arrive
4Portland Salem
6:30 urn 8:35 am
P:"0am 10:11am
10:45 am 12:50 pm
8:05 pm 4:15 pm
4:45pm 8:40 pm
.
9k
THE MAKKM I
Markets open for tire week, steady,
.w.rt,l nvor pntur-
no cnanges ui-inj; m". v...
lay 's quotations.
Gram
Wheat, soft white tl.mif
Wheat, red - UbJ
Wheat, lower grades on sample
vr, c3
liUIH'V, lUH jj.jg
Bran
.shorts, per ton iTSfflon
ii.lv. cheat, new
Arrive h ,., veMi. new - $-0--
Eugene raVi el-iver, new
10:50 amlJu-ttorf,t
12:25 1"BiCrcamcrv butter
6:35pm!,Vl!mr-V
sonal property valued at $looO. ine
appraisers ot tne estate are n- v,. ram
ter, H. C. Mack and Homor N. Beck.
Real Estate Transfers.
Security State Bank to Walter
Hughes and wife, part of section 21, 22
27 and 2, o, i.
Lizzie Uppendahl aud husband to Wil
liam Schwader and wife, part claim No.
an. 4 1W.
Rudolph E. Schmidt and wife to Ther
esia Ncitliug, part Moore's claim No.
54, 9 IE. .
Zoller Hop Co., to D. P. Mac Cartuy
S. W.V4, K- ami n.
20 and N..E. , S. E. , sec. 27. Tp
8, 4W; also part of S. . Soe 27;
H 4W.
tt'oHor Huirhes and wife to Security
Stat.3 bank of Woodburn, WVj, N. E.Vi
S, E. , sec. 21, 5, 1W.
J..lut Mi Kinncv. and wire to worouiv
K-inmn. nart block 5. Scttlemeir 's add
to Wcodburn; also tract 30 feet wide
and 200 feet lonR Just east of same
bloek. ....
Aniriist Huckestem and wife to Anton
Oehrman and wife, part of block 15
iu North Salem.
T. A. Bishop and wife to Wm, Staple
ton, lot 5, block 2, Bishop's add. to Salem.
David F. Ingcrtoll by executors to
Ruth Armstrong, lot 4, block 3, Broad
way, add., Salem.
Biiraiv Meiring
Climbing In France
: ri. :......
iwuuro&iug. mo vriiii e i Kta.te.
brought unprecedted pressu-e upon; Bu3inefs is Confident
the British army on the western front j remarkably steady tone prevailed
forcing it to give considerable ground, . j tne security- markets, despite un
in an effort to sever the liue and drive f,iVoralde news from tne front. There
the British back to the sea. Fort una e-' -as ailei'ided resistance to bad neiwa,
My that British line he'd, and through gn(j resdinosa to disconut gooil new.
oadly ben:; nus not ieen uroKen. fnia uij be partly explained by the
Hope is now rising owing to arrival ! a(.t tliat tne umrkot is well sold ouk,
of French reinforcements; aud the tlat t(,e supply of floating stocks is
most critical point since the war be- ;PXliaiisted. that new offerings hav .
fcan is now being faced. Xhe destiny jrnotii-ally ceased, ,thnt speculation i
if the world is at s:ake, and auy day at jts iwest vlb, that the railroads
dwisive results may follow. At the!Bre now . douug better under govera
ssune time we must mt deceive onr-jmeat pruteetioB, aud that the big war
selves by overeoufidence. Let it be j miustriais are making liberal profit
frankly admitted that Germany has I notwithstanding war taxes and iiu'reu
bi-en immensely Tavored by the break- j tll V(isia of proiilU'tion. The reaoa tor
up of Russia, and the consequent re- tms ,.onfj,unee in f rtiancial circles ia
lease of large bodies of German I 'so -partly founded ucb the coining
diers, which enabled Germany to drawof . oej,ersi ivh with French- rein
treely uihii Russian "iubor and food sup j foreements, aud unquenchable faith ia
plies. Should tho enemy succeed in an gji; victory; government bonds of
making important gain ia the present all tl6 aiij0j nations having bcea
drive it will mean nothing less than a iii.ti.. .ffivted bv recent military
serious prolongation of the war. But ! revwrses. Certain it is that optimism
a final Herman victory is impossible; ; is ,,,.1 among the inner financial
bc-ause the world 'and civilization can-.j! wno get n0 li,ft!ff iasi;iratioft
not and will not suomn w ucnin, fKm the magniiicont courage oi inusw
ideals and doiuinatjoln.- In. any event iat the frmlt a3 wen a, from those who
it will probably fall upoa.ua to give
the finislnne streke wituout aeiay. it
is precisely this that Germany intense
v toiirR'. nenea tins urcuc uic,
siinrmns effort to win, before America
cots in with all its might. Our efforts
" . i it!. . hn
to spud men ana mu unions
backed wp generously and promptly
with funiia. The uucrty .oan musi uc
heavily oveiwbcrihed as a patriotu;
debt to our country, to the men at the
an.) even, on tne common own
Of Intelligent self interest. Of late
subscriptions have aot been eoming in
ith miffii'jent Droimntiicss, It ia dif
ficult to explain this letnargy, wnico
. , , 1 ,.. Till M-
mainner of ,tho canrpaign miust be push
ed with growing: intensity, ror ewce
in the war depends upon successful fi
nancing. It is either " oonas or uuuu-
age
oniotlv suffer and endure at home.
HENRY CLEWS.
Rural Week Awakens
Deep Interest In All
Schools In County
Judging from the general interest ta
ken by practically all schools in tin
county in program for Rural week,
County Superintendent W. M. Smith,
savs that the results are so encouraging
that hereafter agricultural week will
be one of the regular feafcires in tin
country school, work. .
Of 75 schools visited in .fie county
last week, without exception, the rural
program was carried out. In many in
stances, the interest was such that tha
afternoon programs were well attend
ed by parents and the evening exercise!
bringing out 1he greator part of thost
nwitrnttinf Eacialism
t, war u nrovincr a mighty central
iin force im government and indus
try alike. Tho authority of govern
ment haa already expanded to a de
gree scarcely realized, rscni TiS living in the district interested in
.k.n.irHH At T 11 Ml- ' 111 1 1 W tin ' v .
""--- nn hotk school work,
$1S
4-'c
4'-'c
40c
8:50 rm ,., Mnft.nn
B.fiT nm Snlem only i0IB' VKa
PORTLAND MARKET
Portland, Or., April 29. Butter, city
creamery 44c
Eggs, selected local ex. Jb(a J7a
Hens 'Itiw'IHe ...
Broilers 35(r3"c
Geese 20e
Cheese triplets 151216c
Daily Live Stock Market
Cattle
Receipts 930
Tone of market 75c higher
Good to choice steers $14(ril5
Medium to good steers $12.75fr13.7j
Common to medium steers $tl(ri;12
Choice' cows and heifers $1314
Canners $4.25fn6.25
Bulls $.2:ili
Calves $8.75 13.25
Stocker and fcetler steers $7090
per -neaa
Receipts 2215
Tone of market easier, unchanged
Prime mixod $17.90(S18
Medium mixed 17.6517.85
Pigs $15,500-16.50
Rough and heavy $16.65(al6.S5
Bheep '
Receipts-40
Tone of market strong, unchanged
Spring lambs bid $20
Western yearlings $15.2515.50
Valley yearlings $15-2515.50
Wethers $13(5-13.50
vatp ivirtlliind market on Sbora
sheep, 2V to 3c under quotation.
THEN SHE QUIT
adtuinista-atrix. For the minor child,
twn venrs old. Peter Kahut was ap
pointed guafrdiabuj .-ppa na property
valued at $iuuo.
: A netition mu filed for a decree of
court appointing three referoes to al
lot and partition or seu mi. sj, vii
tad City Fruit farms of Marion coun
ty The case is entitled Rogina, K.
Hirscb. against Qottaielre Hl'eh and
others, and Ernestena Boehmke, exec
trix of the will of Theodore Boehmke.
. t will nt Ernost W. Hoffman,
signed and executed April 10, 1918,
with S. W. Weaver and C. M. Critten
den as witnesses provide mat a orotu
or, Cmrl Hoffman, foe given a Ford
touring car. To his sister Maf'-ha Keil
ho gives $50 and the same amount to
each of his two nephews, Walter Keil
r.A TTownrrl Keil. To his tatner anu
mother, he gives the balance of nis
astat in equal part, inn inciuin-s
lifo insurance policy of $1000 and per-
9:20 pm 11:20 pm Salem only Pork, on f
11:45 nm 1:55am 6:50 am; Veal, fane
North Bank Station (leave Jefferson Steers
Street 15 and 20 minutes later) K'ows :.
j nuns
Nortliboand
Traiu Leave Arrive
Ho. lscneuo Sa'em'
foot
y ...
i5(S'in
10(o17c
f,..!.- -FMc in Pmlem know "Bunny'
Meiring and every Elk in the city will
be glnd to learn that he is doing a
i;t.n elimbinar in the servico, having
been raised to th rank of ecrgcant
March 5. In a letter to Harry J- w lea
rner, secretary cf the local wiige, w
ed April 14, ho writes:
"I am sill In San Antonio, Texas,
and busy an hell. 1 now playing in
tho regimental blind an.l nave to prac
tice every evening and with my extra
duties at I'twit. 1 am Kept on me
jump all the time. I was made sergeant
March 5. Not bad ror being in the
servico two months. ,,.,
"Mort Pilkeiitan and "'Buddy
Welch are sitting here smoking and
tih.li- regards to all the butirJl.
How about our eardat These poor nuts
down here are as-aing auuuv
As we understand it the situation in
Ireland is this: "We'll fight peaceably
but begora wa'll never be mado to.
UATTLB NEWS STIRS MEN TO GO rtT.
TO FIGHT WITH BRITISH TOMMIES
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1 Sni in? laiuos
:f,!am T.,r!evs. dres-ed
llr.i.iaini- - . . NOi
1:20 I"" ili,-, is ' ,iressed. round
?:i',r cYvs, d:e-d
5:4.i pm ii..;,,!:, jive
7:40 pm !lve
10:00 pm,ni. mnsters
iNorth Bank Station (Arrive Jefrerson j yoml, rpcs!ers
Btreot 13 minutes earlier) Leave Cor-, ....to
vailis. i
CORVALX8 CONNTCTZOKS
iLeave Corvallis Arrive Salom
8:25 am..Northbenr.d....9:45 am
12:12 -pm....Northt!Ound...l:50 am
2:41 pm....Northbouiid....4:00 pm .
4:10 pm..Northbound....5:30 rn
6;13 pra....NoTt?iound....7:."5 pm
i. ISiCiiam 4:35 am 6:
0 7:15am
10 Lt-i 7:3." am 9:4" am
IS 1120 nn
14 11:20 om 1:30 pm
t6 Ltd 1:55 pin 4:iKpm
80 M-.IOpm 5:30 pm
z- ).1. rm 7:;.o pm
New York, April 29 Yvette Ouil
vVhUe krf. Ki. Trench actn-ss, started to
ra CyyU' strip for the third liberty loan today.
. 5fiCV The can she wore brought $2,000 for
lH'12a bonds; "hoi apron brought $300; her
...... 557c handkerchief 2,0UUJ her brocade
10c j ooo Then sh" became enthusiastic
i'MnVAt 'i off her fkirt.
wn,-.!Ii . .,! ,i l,r Ii..a,t
Alter ii'ree an- ""
it went to C. F. Moore of Salt Lake
City for $1,000 then she quit.
Tho Ktw York federal reserve dis
trict, still lagging in the drive for
riota of .!M)(l,00ll,0iH, reported total
subscriptions of $5(10.900,000 today.
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aii th hflllieerent eountrie on dou
idi-9 of tuia trugl have in four
short years plunged into a aegrc w
socialUm rar oeyouu wu i
daring idealist, dreamed before the
war. As an, experiment in political and
economic .theories tho movement is
likely to prove highly instructive. The
strong undercurrent of socialism in tnis
eoikntry and in Europe has alr'y
arcAvsed eonsiderable opposition. The
collapse of Kiwsia was largely owing
il jiintnuriitiiiir influenc of so-
cialism. , Its sinister, influencca v
Framre wer early aiscuvereu ,
kriroly eliaiwnated. As a binder to-
gather of nations or a preventative
B .. : I.. ..11..,4 in 11)14. in
war, it enurmy i.u- - - -Great
Britain there is lrealy re
..i:- .inut thA socialist drift, and
ruliu ..ui ant Inilior are sii.hing for
uowi voi-.v , f
srreatcr froetloni in me niun"---their
own affairs. Capital protests
while labor has no relish for restraint
upon it right tenure , the most av
orablo wages nu nui."B
.":.i.i- wf it not for the exi-
,r. there would bo a
gecenKiev flrM Britain
against exceiive government control,
Must D6 unRcramuicu.
tr fnr th 8 WOUld CO, it, in -i
hl to sav. for some of tho huge indus
trial omelets created since xne w.
"u u ,.n.nrn,iiihiod in any event
.10 Ts:t7ue hero akto. .Socialism
U as strong as evor biuuuk "
.....i i,.. hut. lmbor is Buspicioni
of VVyitcm of vague and untried prom
. v. tn freedom of
ZeTwbi.. the .had
. thnnriiM nt all lllj iowtioiu u-,-
V.- ,...,i..mnra ereatinif a scries
. J;;.... h milv in military at
.L. L.T branches of industry.
iTMu7 the world, has placed
more power in .the hands of one nm
., ' .. ..i n in the world. "
nan "l b i,, and liiHc in
i8V.f V. , " m ds. manufacturers,
eetc, and the last move ,
excellent cyie oy w ' t
Mr Sdiwab in supremo-, co i tiol o
shipbuilding. AH Z
a war measure, and will Mng Iht
needed efficiency in tho , horUrt time.
When neace comes mm .u -
Th Dnnils of the rural schools wet
especially interested in practical work,
Mr. Smith saw, sncn as wsung muiv,
seed testing, drawing plans for farml
and farm homes. Tho girls in their work
put special stress on the arrangements
of kitchens ana tne uccoruouo
home. .
' The teachers rose to the occasion ia
great shape," said Mr. Smith, "and it
is to them we must give th credit fot
making the first rural weea an un
qualified success. Many teachers adapt
ed the program to the immediate need
of their commuuliios and this of cours
added to the real interest 6f theroral
week program.
A loon, it is pointed Out, does not
float itself. Buy bonds.
Sore Throat, Golds
Quickly Relieve HiUi'e
VYtoard Oil
Hamlin's Wixard Oil ! iimple
and effective treatment for lore
throat and chest colds. Used as
gargle for sore throat it brings, quick
relief. Robbed on the chest it will
often loosen up hard, deep seated
cold in one night
How often spraine, bruises, cute
and burns occur in every family, ae
well as little trouble like earache,
toothache, cold sores, canker tore,
still neck, and tired aching feet
Soothingjiealing Wizard Oil will al
waya bring quick relief.
Get it from druggist for 30 cent.
If not satisfied return the bottle and
get your money back. -
Ever constipated or have sic
headache? Just try WUard Liver
Whip, pleasant little pink mil. 3
cents. Guaranteed.
NOTICE Or SALE
Of Government Timber
Notice is hereby given that subject
to tho conditions and limitations of
tho Act of June 0, 1910, (39 Stat,
218)', and tho Instructions of the See
rotary of the Interior of September.
15 11)17, the timber on the following
lands will ba sold May 15, 1018, at 19
o'clock a. in. at public auction at the
United States land office at Portland.
, Oregon, to the highest tmiuer at no.
the
to
ad-
ditionul sum of one-fifth of one per
j Vegetables
(String garlic
C! recti onions
Onions, in sacK
Lettuce, ciate '
p.roccoli
Artichoke,
Cabbage -
Florida' tomatoes
Hhubard
Asparagus
STEFPINS CAN'T STEAK.
6c
40c
$125
$3
1
8:35 'am....Sotithb0itnd....9:57 am
10:15 am....Sont'nbor,nd..ll:33 am
J2.-50 pm....Soullibe -i.c " pm
4:15 tim....SouttihounJ....o:'' I"" -
6:40 pm....Southbound....8:00 pm j yi(Jg m Dates
- IKack figs
TRY JOURNAL WANT ADSLpie,
JOURNAL WANT ADS muz
.... t
40c
10i
San Diego, Cal., April 27. Lin.ie'm
Stcff ina, noted magazine writer aul lec
turer todav has been denied the priv
ilege of ppeakiug in San Diego. A si nel
nled nduress on the " Menace of Peac
which was to have been delivered at Rj
lnenl cburr-li last night, was preven'td j
c, by city police and officers of the iu-'-l-
ligenct department of the United State
army.
1 . " ... IU Ilfl
.lt,.,wtHin DOL'lUW. lii - ... .
, ,..,.- - mt.t iods will less than tho appraiseu vaiuc
that many of tte "' t ii, dis-1 1. i.i, ! to bo sub ect to
retained nnd tliat not a.- - , , s-eretary of the I
carded ideas ni l ni m , i rice. with an
UOmbmai.ivu ,
. . week the foreign.
At onic."."". ... , a llt thereof, being commissions auow-
trdo council of Me Lni ,i(,t',.,r9 C(, ,ml9t bc 'jeposiied at t urn of sale.
orguu.at,on ot lei nig ma , ,f 0(i
" exp..rter for. he pui ,(n Othorwl0 patent will issue for
eign trade, hdd ts J "! !',,',, , ,i,i9 : timber "which most be reinovei
There was much h ig tun n , UB Bid8 wU, t6 ree-
i meeting; for th" Vn't. d M froM eiUzoM ot tho United States,
I tilled to veiy shnnlj J -.i - . i SliLh citiei.s nnd cor-
it f"'U"i cimimeice. ...m , th I jj.,,,, or(?ari,.d under the laws of
,.,mii,hiu,ti.in and eirft . or any state, tcrn-
ict thereof only. I'pon ap-
.. .1... . .... ,i. i e:ii
or, r Ot 111" ' .., l. ' In-ff nr t -:
if, Ceri.uuiy. m 7 .,, Blllt. , atinn of a qonl, lied purchaser tue
o. wnti-li words of tlie i . .. :,,. nv i.m subdivision will be
though doul) less ';h;0L v. and ' offered separately bofore being includ-
' . . : ;n ,m i.ffi.f of n nra --r unit. -
90c
IKCE.EDIBLE FALSEHOOD
13c
rruit
AVashington, Aril 27. "Incredible
ola..lir,f,d ." was the answer of Otucra!
-0 March, chief of staff, today to German
6(f S atatemeiit that American aviators are
fi,0 being sent abroad in hospital ships, reg-
Volunteers to i:;;m mstuiiu.
more nurnciojs tv'rr.n r.e'.vs;japt:t
headline furnished evident of the
rxtd for num., .That death and muti
lation on a stup.-indo1: s aJt were
th? fate . of others merely atw
i,i ! . -Jifn iii 10 i'v:ot
" : :;!: .j! , Vi.iunteers ro?e
. ... .'.: i. - i,....
c:t.it.i..i' Aiiiji
r.t
the !lol
wi li
the hr.ttie u-.vrRt-a ?:nny rtcui:
in- ctSi ;. li:iC l.een o;:iieJ reett't'y Wen
ti,r,ii-l-.fiit thecoimtiv md :iif wtari:
them men swurmed in re.i -utiK Un
pies'. reports of t'i;ien lo'ii -oe.'lr
want to go Thai Kir." . nrvd
has got to git," one toid Si-rt Ncl
; e .Mi'I'htr.-'jn, v.iio is on reu-ruiting
duty tt one -depot. "I want to go."
ihe cii'-x-rs and man of tho Mis
kn irad the headlines with tense
lines , their faces. To them, who
,.,i,iu,e,! the dtafc-riii!.'! vrah of
.... ", , . .-.."...hius tour of .-til-'f-rv
ri'ie ':re 'and m.-i'lune L'unc in
on ..tenive as in ih-iuui.i
;--:: u?., tr.: pi-e.-i Jl.'.pjtchei
- vi:;.; Lack fj2' ' V fri.ie
the trfnchc To those
iu hud eo.5is i-;x!s." many
the military C ross or .Mili-i
li,r Ai'.-iibl a.'iO wou.i'.vu
.t-tr.ambrance of the need made th.em'
, ri !Jjle .-'tfurti to send Ic.-ward rt
.i ulU. 1
.ic:
he !.:;.! :;
i of ; l-ront'l.t
UIti 111
thes. ideas m i
n varying degrees. In an t";""" ,. ... 33. sK"t $K yeo
u;e opened of recou.truction w.il n:i- - ; ' f 5() KV,m,
mediately follow the war. In th cou ir . m (.f m
try a n,as, .if ev.sting lcig siat on ; M 8V KV, yllow fif
undoulitcdly he .wept aswi. . T 1 m M red fir 250 M.j 8E, Nr 4.
our laws are even now fir 350 M., red fir 450 M,; NEJ4
Tho Sherman anti Uwt law nd V w ,. 750 M., red fir 2oJ
U Folletto shiH.i..S hmf.!M.. heniloek 10 M.; 8K14 "NW Vi, yI
the acrap heap. Ko is mm ot ou , rn, j f. 100 jj tei fir 1200 M.; M-
iJ.:Ji!,l,. which Irsji been a, ,. ., 2)0 ni f,r Rod
.iHbtsnare for years v, -
tne once
, .,., issiOTi liere is
to '
one nee n" "
stto Oommerc
M KE'i SWVi, yellow tir .wo
red fir 830 M.; NE!4 8fiVi, yellow fir
450 M red fir 000 M.j NW SM4,
yellow fir 500 M.. red fir 000 1 , hW'
V, SK'V. yellow fir 50 M., red fir 1809
0,' L, ir.SO M.. none
wart' What about tne &"m" of tne nr to tie om m ,.. -
:ho tariff ,and what are we going to
do with it'f What aoout.ou, oreign
tn-atie and foreign policies flfter tie
. 1 . r,ii ana o'ln, ',,. i ami none or tno
ili'parimens w&r boardf m,AA t I ... than, f.50 per M.
mf-nr. or nricuiiuio i..j - . ww . , .
Mow far will they be maintained or
exi.nndedf Theso and many other like
problems must shortly be met; for wo
hemlock te
CLAY TALLM AN,
Commissioner, General Land Office-
istered as non-combatants.