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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. ORE. TUESDAY. MAY 14. 1918.
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Bead roar advertisement tat firs day
It appear and notify u rm mediately
Itiaimoa charge, 15a.
MDInOHAPHIN3 Phone 340. 0-25
1XB K.ENT -Piano. Phone 62P13. 5-18
LOOSE hay for sale. Phone- 86F2. 5-14
WANTED Cattle, any kind- Phone
COL. W. P.' WEIGHT, the auctioneer,
Turner, Oregon. I 'ho tie 52- frll
FOR SALE Loganberry plants. Phone
FOB tomato plants, call at
BWITCIIKS made trom
Phone 1041, Mrs. Boyce.
FOB SALE (rood team horses at 666
N. Summer St. 5-16
WANTED Two dozen young laying
hens. 290 N. Front St. Phone 54. 5-14
WANTED To buy large calves or
stock cattle. Phone 1576W. 5-22
GOOD potatoes 75c a
sacks. Phone 1056W.
GET your fruit
sow- Phone 754.
WANTED White- Indian Biuiner or
Pekin. duck eggs, for hatching pur
pose. Phone 93F31. 5-15
FOB SALE Stevens Dnryca ear, suit
able for truck, will sell cheap. Phone
734, 71 N. Commercial. tt
FOB SALE or
trade, homestead re
ndu pay difference.
WANTED Pickets for gooseberries,
strawberries and cherries, long sea
son. Phone 52F12. 5-17
(FOB SALE 1 English preambulator
at a bargain. Call 1670 south High
FOB SALE Studebaker 1 spring
wagon, will sell cheap. Phone 734,
271 N. Com'l. tf
FOB SALE 6 room house and lot,
$430; $150 down. Inquire 404 south
16th St, Salem, Or. 5-14
1 1 r
FOB SALE Almost new, extension
top StudobakeT carriage, at a bar
gain. Phone 14F3. 5-14
FOB SALE or trade. 160 acres Lake
county farm, will take Salcin prop
erty in exchange, liquire at 666 N.
Summer St. 5-16
FOB SALE Good young, fresh Jersey
cow, heavy milker test 6; or trade
for heet cow. D. B. Simpson, mile
north east asylum. 5-14
FOB BENT A furnished sleeping
room with all modem conveniences.
Call at 250 south Cottage. Phone
TWO and three room furnished apart
meats, 491 N. Cottage. Phone 2201
HAVE yon wood tawing! Call pious
FOB REJJT One and three housekeep
ing rooms. 482 S. High St. Phone
TEAM, weight 2700, wagon and har
ness Cor sate or trade for Ford. Call
evenings 196 W. Wilson. 5-23
PASTURE for rent and oak wood for
sale, at Oak Grove, John Lorenz,
Uickreall, Or. 5:la
FOB BENJ 5, room house n 131 n"1
stale, rent very reasonable. For in
formation Phoue 773B. 5-14
WANTED Second hand car, Ford,
self starter preferred. Address P. M.
McGovern, Black Bock, Or. 5-14
WANTED Mohair at East Salem
Tannory, 29th and Oak St. Phone
FOB SALE or trade, steam 10 h. p
Russell traction eugino. Phone lSi"
13 or Rt. 2, box 131. 5-16
WANTED Team for its feed, mostly
orchard work. Best of care. Gibson
T. White: dentist, Salem. 5-W
FJR BENT One housokecpiug room,
also sleernntf rooms. 152 S. Church
NOTICE to the Public After June
1st all business must be conducted
on cash basis. Quackeobush Auto
Supplies and Vulcanising. 5-31
A GOOD, strontf building, about 18
by 20 feet for sale cheap; good for
garage chicken house or barn; must
b moved quickly. H. S. Gile & Co.
5 ACRES for sale, 4 miles out, 3
acres in Loganberries, good stand.
Would trade for good city property,
or open land close to Salem. X. J
care Journal. 5-14
TJNDEBWOOD typewriters for rent.
Latest model $4 per month. New
1918 Underwoods at no advance in
price. Underwood Typewriter Co. G.
L. Sfteinau, resident manager. Phone
810. , , 6-4
WANTED Young ladies are desired
Sk learn telephone operating, $8 a
week paid to beginners. Regular and
frequent increases. Extra pay for
Sunday and holiday work. Apply
Chief Operator. The Pac. Tel. & Tel
AGENTS WANTED Get in on the
ground floor, get territory for the
Toiiver puncture proof tubes, guar-
anteed for 5000 miles -without a
puncfture or a new tube free. Oppor
tunity ia now knocking at your door.
The Oregon Toliver Sales Co., room
7 Patton block. Phone 161. 5-18
FOB SALE Duroc sow and 8 pigs, six
weeks old. Samuel Duigee, Garden
road 230. 5-14
FOB SALE Some fresh milch cows
and farm, horses, also want to buy a
second hand binder. Geo. Swegle. tf
FOB RENT 4 front office rooms in
Huboa.d bldg. W. H. JNorns,, receiv
er, room 304.
JTOB BENT Good five room modern
house. Inquire 508 N. Commercial St
or phone 1549M. tf
WANTED Girl to take care of chil
dren and living rooms, no washing,
good wages. Olympia, Wash., Fare
. paid. Phoue 1471 Salem. 5-11
WANTED Strawberry pickers, campers-
Good grounds. Good picking.
Geo. O. Adams, Rt. 4, box 115. Phone
9F6, Salem. 5-20
FOB SALE 2-horse riding cultivator,
1 good 3-inch wagon, 2 year old
naninv cart for alo or trade. Phone
Court House News
Haldor Jacobson Hohn of Silverton
rural route 1, filed his intention of be
coming an American citizen with the
county clerk this morning.
The estate of Abbie R. Von Eschen
was valued at $8088.08. The appraisers
were L. r- Alunens, w. a. vvuuuu uuu
E. B. Millard.
W1ANTED A cook tor six or eight
people. No washing. For further in
foimaltioto (photne 3F11 or address
Oervais, Or., box 45, Rt. 2. 5-15
LOST On Btat street walk, along
state house grounds, ring and ita
separate get, Tiffany setting. Finder
call phone 1137W for reward. 5-14
WANTED Men for shipbuilding, aew
yard; chance for advancement, good
wages to those making good. If in
terested calf) at 217 S. High St., Sa
80ME one wants your property end
you would sell. We charge no eom
mission for putting buyeT and sell
er together. For further information
Oregon Realty Exchange Investment
Co, Inc., 14 Breyman bldg., Salem,
Or, Chamber of Commerce bldg., Eu
gene, Or- 250 34 St. Portland,
Tho county court confirmed the sate
of lot 2, block 1 of Blanford's addi
tion to Salein, the property was sold
to Alfred D. Collier for $800 by Percy
M. Collier, executor of the MeCoruack
O. M, Sather made his final report
as administrator of the estate of Pooy,
a Chinaman. The receipts were $572.02
if roan the sale of hops and from poultry
May 11 was a good day for marriage
licenses. The following were granted:
John William Scott, age 28, a fireman
of Silverton and Dora Anlauf, 22 of
Silverton- Frederick William Moora,
.... 1 TA.Hnn AmollO
ag so, or aiem uu ucni.o
Wickerlander, 18, of Salem. Eugene
Thomas age 37 of Denver, a rancher,
and Mabel Patterson, age z, u ww
ress of Gervais.
A complaint wa" filed y FranK
Fitta against George H- Renner and
others and EBa Watt, administrator of
the last will and testament pf Chas. L.
Watt, asking for a decree and judg
ment on a promissory note of $500.
Also that this amount now in the
hands of the sheriff be set aside for
TODAY'S BASEBALL SCORES
If Elected FiD Work For In
terests of Whole State and
"There i too much politics in the
stats government and not enough
downright business," declared L. J
Simpson, republican candidate for gov
ernor in bis ad drees last evening at
the Bligh theater. "We've got to quit
playing politics if we have a proper
development ia Oregon- I can assure
you hat if I am elected, I wilt not
play polities. As to a clean sweep of
the state house, I will say that if a
man is in office and is fit, he should
Mr. Simpson pleaded in favor of a
business administration, claiming that
state affaire should b managed ae a
ibusiness man manages his business. "I
believe Oregon has been asleep and too
(provincial. The question is when any
new movement is suggested, what good
is it to me. Oregon must awaken and
cast aside all such prejudices and po-
heiesuYVhat builds one part ol Uregoa
builds the whole state."
He thought Portland should awake
to the fact that etate wide develop
ment meant business for Portland and
that Portland capital should help in
buildiug up the industries cf the state.
To the credit of air. isimpson, n
may be said itkat he did not attempt
to do the old political stunt or teuing
funnv utories to set his audience in a
good humor. He stated plainly what he
stood for and wny ne taougni ne eouuiu
be elected governor. Aud what he
stood for was Hie development of Oregon-
audi the care of returning soldiers-
MAKES TOTAL OF 100
Casualty List Shows 10 Dead
From Other Causes,
Washington, May 14. The names of
twenty seven men missing mostly fron
New England, are included in today's
casualty list bringing the total of thoss
captuiied by the Germans at Seicheprey
to more than 100. Today's list also in
cludes fourteen killed in action; seven
dead from wounds; three from disease
and twenty one wounded slightly..
Killed in action:
Captain Lloyd B, Russell, Manches
Lieutenants Herbert Boyer, San Fran- j
tij ;o. :
Stephen Fitzgerald, Dorchester, Mass.
Iiivales Ezra Barrows, Chandler,
Harry R. Bartlctt, East Haven, Conti
Magnus M. BramB, Sootts Bluff, Ne?
Aaron Chimerosky, Chicago.
John Davidson, Senath, Mo.
Samuel Fierberg, Hartford, Conn.
Leo Haremza, Ashton, Neb.
Louis J. Londry, Hartford, Conn.
Thomas McKiulcy, Council Bluffs,
Gordon Rulicn, New Richmond, Wis.
Willio B. Banders, Converse, S. C.
Died of wounds:
Sergeant Tliiron E. Dalrymple, Roch
ester, N. Y.
Mechanic Frederick E. Buckelshauscn
New Haven, Conn.
Privates Walter S. Auer, Canton.
William J, Bishop, West Springfield
Wiliner L. Childres, Paragnuld, Ark.
Frank Daniels, Highland Park, 111.
Willie J. Jones, Storke, Fla.
Died of disease:
Privates Soguine A. Arnold, Green
Clement T. Diiffey, Delaware, Ohio.
Ueorg.9 T. Paicurith, Minneapolis,
Lieutenant Benjamin C. Byrd, Hart
A New and
of Auto Hats
NEWS FROM THE BIG STORE
. You Can Always Do Better at
, U v Hgoolugoods
If you miss this sale you are not a money saver
WOMEN'S WHITE REIGNSJQN
Lace Shoes, J inches high,
plain toe; high or medium
Various styles and patterns,
sold this Spring at $5.00; sale
In various styles; plain toe or
with straps; Patent, ' Gun
Metal or Kid; with high or
medium heels; light or medium
weight soles. Sold this Spring
at $5; sale price $335
WOMEN'S PATENT SHOES
In either button or lace, turn soles or Good
year welt, high heels, new styles and pat
terns, regularly sold up to $5.00. Entire
stock, sale price $335
WOMEN'S NOVELTY BOOTS
8 to 11 inches high; medium and high heels;
black and colored vamps, with cloth or kid
tops. This lot includes many different
styles sold this Spring at $8 and $10. Sale
WOMEN'S IVORY KID BOOTS
10 inches high, Kid vamps,
with cloth or kid tops; high
Kid covered heels, plain toe.
Button or lace; ' sold this
Spring at $11.00. Sale
WOMEN'S WHITE KID BOOTS
8" and 10 inches high, plain toe;
button or lace; kid covered
heels, narrow and broad toe
lasts. This lot includes many
different styles. Sold this
Spring at $8 and $10. Sale
Men's Tan Work Shoes
Heavy oiled uppers, with heavy single soles on
the regulation "Hanson last
A splendid Shoe for hard wear.
EXTRA SPECIAL for this sale . .
Misses' and Children's Pumps
AU broken lines in either PATENT, GUN
METAL or KID; WHITE REIGNSKIN or
WHITE NUBUCK PUMPS and SANDALS--
Sizes 2 to 5, sale price 85c
Sizes 5 to 8, sale price .$1.35
Sizes 8 to II, sale price $1.75
Sizes 11 to 2, sale price $2.15
EVERT PAIR OP SHOES IN THIS SALE IS FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK-STRICTLT HIGH
GRADE IN LEATHERS AND WORKMANSHIP. IN THE FACE OF RAISING PRICES AND A SCAR
CITT OF MATERIALS, THIS IS A MOST WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY TOU CANNOT AFFORD
TO MISS THIS IF TOU WANT TO SAVE MONET.
FEW JOBS OPE EVERT DAT
Whole operating full you an find
job at $3.36, eigh hours or better
at free employment office West
Linn, acrciss bridge from Oregon
City. Strike is still on but over 900
on pav roll- Take railroad fare re
ceipt for ticket Will refund np to
2 after work week. Come now. 5-21
New York .
Barnes and Mccarty;
mon and Schmidt-
.- J 6 a
2 8 1
2 9 1
and Miller: Smith and Win-
eo. (10 innings.)
Detroit-Xew York, postponed, wet
" 3 0
" . 3
0 3 3
Schark; Perry and Per-
St. Louis-Boston postponed,
fVOOLPERT 18 MADE
Two Regiments Created
First Regiment of 8 Bat
talions, Gets Ouicers
Two regiments of Oregon Guard have
been created with William C .North of
Portland as colonel in eommand, on
orders issued by Adjt General Whict.
Second in eommand is Major A. T,
Woolpert, of Salem,' who has been ele
vated to the rank of lieutenant col
To fill th vacancy caused by the pro
motion of Mr. Woolpert, Captain A. A.
Hall of Company G has been promoted
to the rank, of major. Company Q at
its meeting next Monday night will
elect a successor to Major Hall.
The first regiment of the Oregon
guard is composed of a battalion of
four companies in Portland and the
battalion of Salem composed of the
three companies here and the one com
pany at Silverton. Aeording to orders
as now issued, a regiment can include
but eight companies. Battalions at La
Orande and Boseburg will constitute
the second reiriment.
For the Firrt Regiment Oregon guard
the ranking officers are as louows:
W. C. North, of Portland, colonel;
A. T. Woolpert. of Salem, lieutenant-
We are prepared to take especially good care of this
important period of the "Graduates" life.
People have marveled at our wonderful showing of
fine EMBROIDERT with merchandise so difficult
Our showing of VOILES, in new, dainty patterns
is the best we ever made; and bear this in mind,
our merchandise is sold to you based on prices pre
vailing at the time we purchased. All our present
prices are really "Special Prices."
Entire Stock Auto Accessories
Our 898th Wednesday Surprise
Clocks, Tire Covers, Ted Kits,-Headlights, Tail Lights,
Sale Opens 8:30, kmrd Floor
No Phone Orders.
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a.b iiii-..f!ggii'gm. fHf5vsw!fVisfr,i'r7-a fSlcri'r!srw'S'p"'fp;f''?r
and A. A.
Ball, of Salem accommodate the open work of a bat
talion, tho drill will probably be held in
the open space near the penitentiary.
As there are several expenses in cre
ating a battalion that are not includ
ed in the appropriation, during the sum
mer and winter a series of entertain
ments will be given to create a bat-
The officers of the thre companies
in Salem are:
Company E: Captain A. B. Wilson;
first lieutenant, Fred Mangis; second
lieutenant. A. B. Poole.
Company F: Captain Jesse H. Arnold, talion fund.
first lieutenant, Clifford W. Brownj j
second lieutenant, A. Lee Morelock.
Company G: successor to Major A. A i
Hall to lie elected Monday night; fjrut
lieutenant, M. L. Meyers; second lieu
tenant, Robert Duncan.
Company H, of Silverton: Captain
Ernest M. Smith; first lieutenant, Beber
G. Allen; second lieutenant, H. Gordon
Stsyton has organized a husky Ore
gon Guard company with 100 nthns
iastic volunteers with the following of
ficers: Captain Lawrence S. Lambert
first lieutenant, Emil B. Nelson; second
lieutenant, John H. Thoma. The Stayton
company will be known as Company I,
but until further orders are reeeivtd,
will bis attached to no segiment.
It is probable that Within 30 days a
battalion drill will be h-!d in Salem
with the three companies of Salem and
HAVE LOST THEM NEEVE
Zurich, May 14. British naval oper
atioim against Gorman submarines are
causing consternation among the crews
and the German admiralty, a-iecrding
to information from Berlin received
Operations were suspended on new
super-submarines at Wilhelmshafen
and Kifl bccan.se they were too big
and other faults were found in their
It is admitted tht many submarine
have bi destroyed, one whole squad
ron failing to return from a eruie in
the Atlantie. -
Willamette university yerternay
elected the following offi ers for the
student body for the coining year:
President, llurold Nichols.
Vice president, Leila. Pohnson.
Secretary, Helen Kos.
Treasurer, Hubert B ory.
Hilitor of Collegian, Homer T:l.
Hanager of the Collegian, Royal
INTEREST IS DUE
OVERMAN BILL PASSED.
Washington, May 14. The house to-j
day passed the Overman empowering.
bill. AU amendments proposed failed to
tas wiiverton company, as i..t. . no , , bn, wag d wa(jt, a!
onen snace in the city large ensugh to r. . .
11 came jrum uiv Bviiavc.
Wachingtou, May 14. The first semi
annual interest paynieut on bonds of
the Second Liberty loan will be due to
morrow. BROUGHT DOWN EIGHT.
Paris, May 14. Sergeant Bay less, the
Anxejiean aviator with the French army,
has brought down his eighth German
"Oyer the Top In
That is the slogan which signifies
fund campaign in SaWiu, The official
ly fixed dates for the campaign tut
May 2n 7, iwtfl.
Saluin will be headquarters for tlio
campaign covering both Marion und
The quota for Marion county is '!0,
000, and for Polk county $9,000.
The pl.U:S, which fecm to be abund
antly K'laranteod by the caliber of the
men selected to carry them out, are to
put both counties over tho top in 4$
Although attended by little adv
planB aid going forward in Salem witk
the vigor and precision that has re
sulted from the several succesful war
fund drives, and from now on tho
public will be made familiar with thenit
Headquarters have been establiohed
on State street in tho buijding lately
vacated by the Postal Telegraph com
pany. Plans are being made for a thorough
house-to-house canva, aud it is the in
tention to overlook none. It is felt
that the people will come forward in
much larger numbers and relieve th
solicitor if much unnecessary pleading
the spirit of the Second Bed Irs War ! Jy JQURNAL WANT ADS