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CHANCELLOR HERTL1NG DR. DAVID ROBERTS
SEES PEACE-IN YEAR:. MAKES ADMISSION
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CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. ORE. SATURDAY. MAY 18. 1918.
IF YOD WANT TO BUY OR SELL SOMETHING, "DONT
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Mi aim am charge, 15a.
IIULTIGRAPHING Phone 340. 6-25
WANTED Carpenter. Phone 701. 518
OOL. W. F. WEIGHT, the auctioneer,
Turner, Oregon. Phone 52. 6-11
FOR SALE Loganberry plants. Phone
FOR tomato plants, call al Bt. 1, box
2, Salem. 5-17
FOB SALE Fresh cows. Phone I03F
HORbE wanted, 3 year old, Pereherou
preferred. Phone 65F5. 5 21
WANTED Stock hogs. Phone 24F23.
FOB SALE Large fresh cow, heavy bargain prices. 310 Trade and Win
milker. Rt. 7, ibox 120. 5-21 ter ht J- F- Latham. tf
GOOD wagon and double harness' for LOST Small leather purse and gold
aak 45. Phone 19F13. 5-20 lot-ket, initiate D. R." Lcavo at
FURNISHED Housekeeping rooms. ,.,, ,,, . '
694 N. Com'l. Phone 2454W. 5-21 lMtT HA E 125l) loan on elo8e 10
residence by May 21st. Socolofsky,
8WITOHE3 made from combings. 311 State. 5-21
Phone 1041, Mrs. Boyce. tf - " 1 .
FOR SALE 2o-foot motor boat, in
WANTED To buy large calves or -I condition; also 4 cylinder, 5 pas
stock eattle. Phone 1576W. 5-22 senger auto. Phone 2041B. 5-18
GOOD potatoes 75c a sack. Bring WANTED Good hauling or team work
sacks. Phone 1056W. 511 any kind iu town, or nearby.
Phone, evenings 11B7W. 5-18
WANTED Maid' at Hotel Marion, sal- tlTl '
ary $32.50 and meala while on duty. WANTED Loganberry pickers, 3 acre
tf 5"ard adjoining City View cemetery.
R D. Gibson. Phone 21F13. 5-24
TWO and three room furnished apart-
meat 451 Cottage. Phone 2203. FOR SALE Good work mare, or will
tf take colt as part pay on trade. Thorn-
as Little, Turner, Rt. 3, box 3. 5-24
FOR RENT One and three' housekecp- -
ing rooms, 482 S. High St. Phone TEAM, weight 2700, wagon and har-
1123. 5-18 ness for sale, or trade for Ford. Call
; i . evenings. 196 W. Wilson. 5-24
FOR SALE 1917 Maxwell good condi-
tion, newly painted, $650. Call C poB SALE Tie timlber on Bixty five
Pabst, phone 30F3. 5-18 8creSl about 2,000,000 ft. Will run
05 to 40 ship knees to acre. F. C.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate- H. Parrington, 440 8. 21et St. 5 20
M. Ha-wiins, 314 Masonic building, ,
Satem. i, :w----:--i tf NOTICE to the' Public After June
. ... . .!,- 1st all business must be eonducted
FOR BAlWm of horses will take o QJj,kanbu8h Auto
one to three head of cattle as part g u Vulcanizing. 5-31
pay. 12j4 Misalion St. 5-1S
WANTED Six room hnodkm liouso, FOB RENT Five room furnished
close in. Permanent. S. R. ciare Jour- hoi'.w North 21st St. Barn, garden,
r 5-20 fruit, $13 per month. Ivan G. Mar-
' tin, Masonic Temple. 5-18
FOR SALE 3 colonics of bees, good . " '
rendition. E. Sherwood, 787 12th St- FOB Tr6, TOfm g', mod
Phone. C44M. 5-17 frn. furnished ; also small house, elec-
trie lights, gas. Phone I81OR, call
GOOD 1400 lb. horse, drive double or 585 south Liberty. 5-18
single, for sale. Price $100. 302 N. ' .
Church St 5-18 FOR SALE A fane dairy ranch, 70
' acres, in ?rop,. the rest pasture.
, . ,r . . . c,-im Good buildings, orchard and wring
WANTED Mohair t East Salem j- mil from
Sen-7' 2Stb ak Address E. R. care Journal. 5-23
2160M. tl .
WANTED Woodcutters, will furnis
WANTED Middle aged lady to care (Jrag saw and all other te'S) first
for house from-3 to 4 weeks, light Krowth fir- $1,50 per cord. Ralph
work. Call at 1893 Center St. 5-16 Martin, 219 N. Com'l St. Phone 86.
FIVE room house for rent, furnished
or unfurnished. Address Route 4 strong building, about 18
"ox by 20 feet for sale cheap; good for
, Z Z T . garage chicken house or barn; must
X)R SALE-Some fh m.lch ows -
and farm horses, also want to buy a ". ' ' tf
second hand binder. Geo. Swegle. tr '
A c ! "7" HORSE FOR SALE Weight 9G0, gen-
.IXm RENT-4 front sle ep,ng rooms in
Hubbard bldg. W. H. Noma, recen- ,.gbt fr M m
er, room 304. 11 A D. Peterson, box 160, Silverton
" " road,' phono loF3. 5-18
fOg BENT Good five room modern -
how. lnqnir ,506 N. Oommsreial fit UNDERWOOD typewriters for rent,
or phone 1549M. . LatMt mode, mgnt Ne
WANTED Strawberry pickers, campers-
Good grounds. Good picking
Geo. G. Adams, Rt. 4, box 115. Phone
8P6", Salem. 5-20
NOTICE I offer reward for parties
stealing 4 head of Ches'er White
hogs at my place last night, 2 sows,
1 barrow and one boar marked with
mall hole in right ear. Phone 93F
WANTED A small furnished bunga
low at moderate rental. Will take
the best of care. Prefer suburbs
near car line. Will bft In Salem the
24th of May. Apply S. J. Y. Box63,
Capital Journal. 5-22
OME one wants yt rar property and
70a would sell. We charge no com
mission for putting buyer and sell
er together. For further information
Oregon Realty ExcJw nge Investment
Co, Inc., 14 Breyman bldg, Salem,
Or, Chamber of Commerce bldg, Eu
gene, Or 25014 3d St. Portland,
FEW JOBS OPEN EVERT DAT
While operating full jo can find
' job at $3.36, eigh hours or better
sit free employment office West
Linn, acroaa bridge from Oregon
City. Strike is etill on but over 900
en pay roll. Take railroad fare re
ceipt for ticket Will refund lip to
$t after work week. Come now. 5-21
AGENTS WANTED Get in on t
oond floor, get territory for the
T ofcver puncture proof tubes, guar
anteed for 5000 miles without a
$nne&ur or a new tube free. Oppor
tunity is now knocking at your door.
The Oregon Toliver Sale Co. room
T Patton block. Phone 161. 5-18
FOB BALE Stevens Duryea ear. suit
able for truck, will tell aheap. Phone
734. 71 N. Commercial. U
WANTED Pickers for gooseberries
strawberries and cherries, lone sea
son. Phone 52F12. 5 17
(FOB SALE 1 English preambuUvtor
at a bargain. Call 1670 south High
street. . , . 5-17
FOB SALE Young mare, 1450 tbs..
carriage and harness. Samuel Dingee
Garden road, box 230. 5 20
FOB KENT One 6 room and one 5
room bungalow, on or before June
1st Phone 1644 Hubbard bldg. tf
FOR SALE Holstein heifer, first
calf, 5 gallon milk per day. Address
H. H. care Journal. 5-18
fUK SAJL.JS Studebaker 1 spring
wagon, will sell cheap. Phone 734
271 N. Com'l. tf
WANTED Cattle to pasture, good
grass, water and shade. Phone 1671
W after 6 j. m. or before 8 a. m.
price. Underwood Typewriter Co. G.
L. Steinau, resident manager. Phone
FOR SALE 31 acre farm in Howell
Prairie all under cultivation, good
barn and ether buildines. ffiie fam
ily orchard, all in crop, will sell wilh
or without crop; also a large milk
cow. Phone 105F12. 5-18
IF YO0 WISH to list your realty for
sale or exchange, with the Oregon
Realty Exchange Investment Co,
Inc, m tune for their June bcoklet,
you may do so any time before the
&th of tne montn.
This booklet will contain one of the
best lisle of farm and city projmrty
ever offered to the public in Ore
gon: or any other state, for the pric
Xo commission is charged for list
ing tliie property, therefore, the "buy
er will be aible to purchase any of
these properties listed, at "Net to
the seller priees." Oregon Realty
Exchange Inv. Co, Inc., Stock Ex
change bldg, Portland; Breyman
bldg-, Salem; Eugene, Ore. 5-18
SALE OF BONDS CALL FOB BIDS
The undersigned will receive bids np
till five o'clock p. m. on May 22, 1918
for improvement bonds of the eity oT
Salenf, Oregon, to the amount of $8,
633.50, interest at the rate of 6 per.
cent per ennnm, payable semi-annual
ly at Salem, Oregon- Such bonds will
be cold for not less than par and ac
crued interest; date of bonds May 1,
1918. The city reserves the right to
refuse any and all bids.
5 22 City Recorder.
Predicts That Events On West
Front Fill Bring
Amsterdam. May 18. 1 am still
optimisne enough to believe we will
reach peace this year," Count Voa
Herthn ', the German chancellor de
clared in aa interview granted the
Budapest newspaper A zest.
"I am firmly confident the events
on the west front will bring nearer the
speedy end of the war.
"We only want a place in tne sun.
Germany and Austria are entitled to
harmonize their actions. Emperor
Wilhelm and Emperor Karl discussed
only the basie ideas of the alliance.
The details will be negotiated later.
'Our agreement is not aggressivo.
If the vorld some day would unite in
an international peace league Germany
unquestionably would join it.
''But present conditions give little
hope of such a league. We are fight
ing for our existence and for the peace
for which we are longing."
j "Premier Clcmenceau hoped to sever
Tour alliance," said Hertling. "He now
I n tk. . 1.;. ;nv;A ; tl,
result of the emperor's negotiators.
"The development of Bismarck's an--.
Andrassy's great work assuredly is a
benefit to both Germany and Austriu.
I sympathize with the efforts to im
prove Austro-German relations."
TODAY'S BASEBALL SCORES
R. H. E.
New Tork . 4 10 1
Cincinnati 2 1
Sallee and McCarty; Smith, Schnei
der, Regan and Allen, smith.
Brooklyn 4 10 2
Pittsburg 11 16 2
Griuer, Grimes and Miller; Miller
St. Louis 6 14 4
New York 5 4 2
Loudermilk, Rogers, Shocker and
Nunamaker; OaWwtell, Mogridge and
Cleveland - 3 4 1
Philadelphia 2 7 2
Morton, Bagby and U Aeili; ferry
Detroit 16 0
Boston 3 10 3
Eric k son and Spencer; Bush and
Gas Company Proposes
To Increase Facilities
The 'Pi blic Service Commission1 will
hardly roneh for sixty days the petition
of the Portland Railway,' Light & Pow
er Co.'s petition for an increase in
rates, filed with the commission May
It is understood that President Grif
fith is inclined to install the additional
generator necessary, provided the
council al its next meeting endorses
the resolution introduced by the ordi
nance committee wherein the council
requests the Public 'rvice Commis
sion to grsnt tho increased rate asked
for, provided of course, that it was
found necessary to meet the increasing
operating expense and also that of in
stalling another generator.
It would require at least six weeks
for the shipment of the generator here,
another two weeks to install and then
three weeks more to bring it up to
heat. If the resolution docs not go
through Monday evening, the company
will perhaps find it necessary to begin
a survey to determine what part of the
city can be cut off.
THREE bright, capable women to trav
el. $25 00 to $50.00 per week. Weekly
advance for traveling expenses.
Goodrich Drug Co., Dept- 703, Oma
YOUR country needs you. Thousands
clerks at Washington (wanted im
mediately, for war preparatory work.
$100 mouth and up. Men, women, 18
o rover. 7 hours day, 30 days vaca
tion. Easy, pleasant work. Common
education sufficient. Help your coun
try and live in Washington during
these Btirring war times. Write to
day sure for free list positions open
Franklin Institute, Dept. 381 E,
Rochester, N. Y.
MARRY IF LONELY For results,
try me; best and most successful
"Home Maker"; hundreds rich wish
marring soon; strictly confidential;
most reliable; years of experience;
descriptions free. "The Successful
Club," Mrs. Purdie, Box 556, Oak
FOR SALE Confectionery and light
groceries, living rooms, good loca
tion. Aildrens C. G. care Journal. 5-20
WANTED Girl for housework on
farm; treated as one of family. No
children- Call in per3n 'i95 8. Com'l
Ht. after six o'clock. 5-24
NEW GRTLL OPEN The annex to
tho Salem hotel opposite Oregon
Electric depot, has been opened as
a first clann grMl. Sam Louie.
WANTED To buy second hand trav
eling bag, medium size, leather lined,
in good condition. Address M. R.
care Journal. 5-18
240 ACRES, 200 cultivated, 40 timber
pasture, running water, close to
town, must be sold now, will take
some trade. Owner, room 1, 341 State
FOR SALE Very cheap, nice home in
Salem, also 220 acres timber land,
well located, might consider prope
ty in Los Angeles or vicinity, for
either. F. L. Wood, Bayno bldg. 5-18
WANT ADS PAT
Forsakes His Role cf Innoc
ence Wliea Under Cross
Waukesha, Wis.. May 18 Dr. Dav
id Roberts forsook his Adamese role
of the "woman tempted me," when
his cross rxai ninatws. was resumed to
day in Miss Grace Lnsk'a trial en
"I think I kissed her and she kiss
ed mt," said Roberts oa the stand to
day ia sharing responsibility for their
first embrace. Privately, he defended
his claim on th stand yesterday that
the 40 year old school teacher took
the initiative in their relations, o
tho ground that his position, was tak
en in memory of ms wue, slain Dj
Miss Lusk last June.
The crowd which jammed the court
room evidenced a kindly feefing to
ward his repeated refusal today to
drag his affinity's name in the mire
"I don't remember," was his per
sistent reply to questions seeking to
prcbe their frequent trips together af
ter he sought Mi se Lusk 's literary aid
on a veterinary book he was writing
The kiss was the only feature of his
tes'Jimony today whra adjournment
was ordered until Monday morning.
His cross examination begun Friday,
probably will occupy another full day,
tho defense lnmcatea.
The first kiss was exchanged at Miss
Lusk's office in the Y. M. C. A. here
in March, 1913, not long after their
first meeting at a church social.
"She was sitting at hor desk when
we kissed each other." he said. "W
kissed again when she was standing"
Thev visited Chicago, unknown to
Mrs. Roberts, not . long after their
first kiss, the doctor testified. Trips
to Peoria, lit, and even Canada, fol-.
rowed, he said. Uut ne could remeniDer
nothing that happened during the ex
cursions except that they worked on
While Miss Lusk sat stiffly in the
X-ray, the prosecutor tried to throw
on her soul affair, anotner woman
awaited today her turn to testify- She
is Mrs. Margaret Newman, mother of
tho Blain wife. To her mother, Mrs.
Roberts ia believed to have confided
her martial unhappiness. Although Mrs.
Roberts is dead, her voice is expected
to be hoard through her mother 's tes
timony. Noted Astronomer
to Lecture In Salem
Those interested ithe almost total
eclipse of the sunt Saturday, June 8,
will have an eporvuait to hear, a
lecture on the eclipse , , by a noted
A telegram was received this morn
ing from Prof. S. D. Townley, instruc
tor of astronomy in Stanford Univers
ity, tht he would accept tho invita
tion of the school board to deliver a
lecture en the eclipse nexf7Wednesday
morning in the high school auditorium.
The students of Willamette Univers
ity have been invited to attend the
lecture and it is also open to the pub
lic, free of charge. The lecture will
be illustrated by stercopticon slides.
Prof. Townley is one of the many
distinguished scicntits who will gather
at Baker, Oregon, to witness the total
eclipse. According to our present time,
the shadow of the moon on the sun will
occur it about 4 o'clock p. m. June 8.
Portland will get about 98 per cent of
a total eclipse and Salem not quite so
Moose Are Ready For
When tho social train of twenty
five cars of The Bernard! Greater
Shows arrive in the city to-morrow and
commence to unload on Cottage and
Trade Streets one will have some ideu
of tho magnitude of this gigantic or
ganization, which will furnish the at
tractions for the. Moose Spring Cele
bration all next week. The Bernardi
Greater Shows carry 350 people, 15
high class shows, and three riding de
vices. Many of the feature shows have
never before exhibited in this city and
will attract no little attention. The
rides consisting of a $20,000 Merry-Go-Round,
a Giant Ferris Wheel and
that great sensational ride "The
Whip" are the largest ever exhibited
here. There has been no expense
spared in obtaining the best talent and
th management guarantees each and
every attraction. The Popular Lady
contest is receiving new candidates
daily and tho sale of tickets far ex
ceed the expectations of the commit
tee. Ballot bo::es will be stationed at
different place on the Midway where
one can vote for their favorite.
American Army Ranks.
ThirdOn West Front
Washington, May 18. The American
army now ranks third in the mileage of
front, line trenches held on the west
ern front. Pershing's army holds more
of the line than the Belgians, who un
til recently ranked next to th. British,
the French being first.
Tli information wns givn sienine
o th? senate military affuiio commit
tee at their weekly conference with the
. "Figures given by the war council
proved that the American troops are
holding a much larger portion of the
front than had been supposed," said
one member of the committee.
ARMT TEAM WINS
London, May 18. The army head
quarters team defeated the navy head-
! quarters team, seven to six in the
1 opening game of the American-Canadian
service league here this aftrnoon.
Eleven Reasons Why Munsingwear
Perfect f it
We recommend Munsingwear because it recommends us.
The summer weights and styles are now here in wide assortment. A right size
Strong Ann of Government
Is Invoked to Suppress
London, May 18. Five hundred per
sons have bet 11 arrested in various
parts of Ireland, the Evening News
declared this afternon.
The latest reports from Ireland say
there are no disturbances and that no
resistance is being made to the arrests.
The Sinn Feiners apparently are
dumbfounded nnd were taken complete
ly by surprise.
The polic.'.', cooperating with the milt
itnry, are prepared to cope with any
Tho following, all 8ein Fein members
of parliament are reported to have been
Devat'ra, Cosgrove, McCartem, Plun
kett and McGuinness,
Petitions are being circulated, pro'
posing the Irish question bo submitted
to adjudication by an international tri
bunal consisting of the United States
and neutral countries. The British gov
ernment is asked to consider the pro
The anti-conscription fund has reach
jd 120,000 pounds.
Ireland Should Appeal.
Glasgow, May 18. "Ireland should
appeal to the highest court in the em
pirethe imperial conference," delar
cd General (Smuts todav, in a speech ac
cepting an L. L. D. degree from Glas
"Hut'ely the empire aims to solve tha
long and dreary case of Ireland."
Making Great Record
Philadelphia, May 18. American de'
stroyers in European waters have trav
eled over a million miles, fought 87
combats with submarine and sufely
convoyed 7,700 veswls overseas since
the war started, Secretary of the Navy
Daniels last night told two thousand
diners at the closing banquet of the
League to Enforee Peace convention.
The speaker predicted that never
again would American soldiers or com
merce have to be carried in foreign
bottoms an'' declared shipbuilding will
be the nation's greatest industry in the
Owia and Japan
Washington, May 18. China and Jap
an have cutred into a defensive agree
ment for the protection of themselves
Smooth, practical, non-binding crotch--Soft,
non-chafing fabrics Non-gaping seat
Strong button holes and buttons sewed on to stay
Wide selection in fabrics, styles and weights
Very moderate prices for very fine quality
This is the feature of Munsingwear that will
delight you most.
Nearly Complete Returns
From Polk County
Dallas, Or., May 18. 35 precincts out
of 41 vote as follows:
Williams 980 for national committee
man, Dennis 339; short term senator
Sehuabel, 139; Birrtou 373; Mulkey, 17
long term senator Stanfield 420, Mc
Nary 1130; coiigresMiian, Hawley 1006
governor, Withyeombe 637; Anderson
41; Hurley 76; Moser 919; Oleott 50(1;
Simpson 200; treasurer West 331;
Adams 83, Cnsick 190, Hoff 273, Plum
mer 108, Hyan 310; surrume court jus
tice Kelly 5,")5; Coke 263; John 287;
attorney general Brown 1027; superin
tendent of public instruction Churchill
1070; labor commissioner, Nickum -03
Dalziel 194, Oram 402, Colston .229; pub
lie, serviiv! coiiimissiontr, Williams 240
Miller (K'.4; water division number one
su)eriiiteiideiit, Hi hauftVr 200, Abry lU.'i
Cupper o95; niiieth senatorial district
Patterson 1044; 11th representative dis
trict, Fuller llO-l; 12tli representative
district, join Polk nnd Lincoln, Jones
101 1; eo.inty officers nominated; county
judge K. C. K irk pst rick; sheriff John
VV. Orr; clerk, Floyd D. Moore; treas
urer A. V. K. Snyder; coroner It. L.
Chapman; county commissioner T, J
in event of a fierman aggression in Si
beria, Recording to state department ad
vices today from the American minis
ter at Peking.
The agreement was made without cor,
sultutiou with the allies, as far as i:
The American minister was not In
formed of the body of th6 agreement
but it W'as assumed that tlifl agreement
was only protective.
io special reason for such an ar
rniigemeut at this time is known here
nor is there any indication of whotliei
it would extend to intervention In Mi
It was suggested th.i treaty was based
on fear of possible future developments
of the German in Hi beria.
This country has not changed its pol
icy of withholding approval lor Jupam
ese intervention in Kilieria.
Chicago Launches Its
Red Cross Campaign
Chicago, May 18. Chicago launched
it $67)00,000 lied Cross fund campaign
today with parades and pageants fit
which. 50,000 persons, mostly worncm
A group of Ked Cross dogs, an ambu
lance, field hospital, a canteen and
thousands of Red Cross workers in cos
timie together with floats and tublo
auxiliary featured the monster down
The British tank Britannia manned
by the crew that drove it at the linn
trenches in France, had a place of honor
in the parade.
Campaign managers are confident
the city will pledge within wctk its
Clip Liberty Bond
Coupons For Red Cross
Portland, May 18, "Clip
your Liberty coupons for the
This was the message that
went resounding over the coun-
Interest coupons for the
Second Liberty Loan bccaiiie its
due tins week.
As by fur the great major-
ity of these coupons are in the
l end $2. value, it m believed
thnt many of those having
Liberty Bond coupons due will
feel it a privilege to bo able to
$ donute lhem to the Rod Cross. 4c
Coupons should simply be
clipped from bonds, handed to 4s
any War Fund solicitor, or
mailed to tho nearest Ked Cross
quota of the national drive for iflOO,
000,000. SEE THESE
Ford 1916 A bargain.
Vd Light Delivery A good
"'utkb4;pr 5-Pas A hH
car, Studebaker Series 18,
W have a few (dbrs in mdl
fromcome in and Iooii
Terms if desired.
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