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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. ORE. MONDAY. JUNE 10. 1918.
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Minimum frharge, 15a,
HTJLTIGBAPHINa Phone 340. 8-25
SMALL pigs for sale. Phone 58F4. 6-12
HAVE you wood sawing! Call phone
FOR BENT Weber Grand piano.
Phone 62F13. tf
HORSE to trade for cow. Pigs for sale
Phone 71F22. 6-11
FOR SALE Good Hereford milk cow,
cheap. 761 Mill. 612
FOR SALE 6 do, half gal. Mason
jars. Phono 1298. 611
WANTED Good cow or pigs in ex
change for wioodi Phone 84F4. 6-12
FOR SALB One Deertng mower.
George Bwegle. 6-12
WANTED To. buy 15000 kale plants.
Phone 59P11. 6 12
TOR SALE Trailer for cost of ma
terial. B. Horton, 1130 N. 17th. 612
TWO rooms with board, summer rate.
461 N. High. 6-14
COW FOR SALE 4 years old, fresh 2
months. 2650 Lee St. 6-10
WANTED Woman cook, experienced
tanner at Deaf school. . 6-10
FOR SALE Good 5 -foot Deering mow
er. 254 S. Liberty. J. D. Waring. 6-8
FOR SALE Two Holstein milk cows,
fresh. 640 S. 18th St. E. G. Earle. 6-8
FAMILY of five want work picking
strawberries. Phone C5F5. . 6-8
COL. W. F. WEIGHT, the auctioneer
Turner, Oregon. Phone 69. tf
FOR SALE Self binder. Phone 37F
FOR SALE 1916 Ford roadster, first
class slmpe. Phone 36F11. 6-10
FOR SALE Refrigerator as good as
new. Phone 281W or call at 1147 Oak
HOUSEKEEPING apartment and
single rooms, nicely furnished, at
633 Ferry street. ' tf
SAY Do you wish to pick Loganber
ries in a No. 1 10 acre yardt If so
Phone 100F32. tf
FOR SALE Cheap, automobile suit
able for a truck for hauling berries.
1146 Oak St., Salem, Or. 6-11
GOATS WANTED To buy, must be in
fair shape. Address Herman Fresia
care Capital Journal, 6-7
WAtfTED Mat's bicycle with coast-.-
brake; stale price and give short
description. M. B. care Journal 6-10
."MONEY TO LOAN on real estate. H.
M. Hawkibi, 314 Masonic building,
Salem. ' tf
, TT ANTED Mohair at East Salem
Tannery, L'Sth and Oak St. Phone
M'OB BALE Some fresh milch cows
and farm horses, also want to buy a
second hand binder. Geo. Swegle. tf
WANT To aoeure $1000 loan at 7 per
rent. Socolofsky, 341 State St. Phone
FOR SALE 3 fresh Jersey cows, ex
tra good milkers. 2011 Maple Ave.
WANTED Good teamster. Capital
City Transfer Co., 181 S. Com. Phone
FOR SALE A-l Jersey cow, gives 3
gal. a day, test 5Mi. 2305 Broadway.
FOR RENT A complete furnished
house with all modern improvements
Apply at 629 N. Winter. Phone 1532
FOB EXCHANGE Nice 4 room bun
galow, almost new, all clear of in
cumbrance, for vacant lot well lo
cated, H. E. Bolinger, 406 Hubbard
' Ndg. tf
AUTO MECHANIC and driver wants
position in shop, or prefer driving
truck or private. Best of 'references,
experienced. Do own repairing. Have
own tools. H. F. uakee, P. O. box
285. Phone 1802. 6-7
"WANTED 60 Loganberry pickers,
11 acres good Berries, 8 miles
from Salem, good camp ground, new
shacks to camp in, wood, water; will
pay 1 per pound; will move
you from Salem free. Hopmere
station, Oregon Electric. Address
OerraU, Or, Rt. 2, box 49. , tf
VOIGH one wants your-property and
yM would sefl. Wo charge no tmar
ssiacioa for patting buyer and sell
r together. For further information
Oregon Realty Exchange Investment
Co, Ins, 14 Breymaa bldg, Salem,
Or, Chamber of Commerce bldg., Eu
gene, Or 250tt 3 St Portland,
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FOB SALE-Studebaker 1 spring
wagon, will sell cheap. Phone 734.
171 N. Com 'I tf
WANTED Girl for chamber work and
wait on table. Call FaHa Hotel, Sil
verton. Ore. 6-11
FOR SALE One tent 14x20, good as
now. One De Laval c renin separator
in good repair. 2780 Lee St., Sa
WANTED Man and wife to work on
farm or batchclor. Write G. E. Eoff,
Salem, Or., Et 6 box 44. or phone
38P14 evenings at 6:30. 6-12
FOR SALE 5 passenger Studebaker
in spien.ua condition, or trade for
Ford end difference. Phone 1415.
FOR RENT A 7-room house 751 S.
13th St., etecttric lights, bath, toilet,
$10. See Wm. Fleming, 341 State
WANTED Five Loganberry pickers,
good building, wood and water furn
ished; Vi pay every Saturday night
Phone 108F?1. 6-7
FOR SALE Or trade, 6 passenger
auto, good condition; also 25-foot
. high power motor breit, best boat on
the river. Fhone 2041R. - 6-11
FOR SALE Or trade, team of horses,
will trade for most anything. No use
for horses as we have truck. Phone
706 or call 402 N. Commercial St.
WANTED Thirty Loganberry pickers
camp; wood and water end car line,
Salem Heights. Phone 112F4, N. F.
Woodward, Rt. 3, box 111. 6-11
WE HAVE the best buys in second
hand cars in town, tney look and run
like new ones, let us prove it. Sa
lem Velie Co., 147 N. High St. Phone
FOR SALE Fresh cow giving over 4
gal,; 3 year old colt. A. W. Meade,
Salem, Rt. 2, near McNary station.
LOST Between Brooks Ave- and S. P.
track om Silverton road, suit case
belonging to young lady. Leave at
Journal office. 6-12
WE PAY the highest cash prices for
second hand furniture, stoves, nigs,
etc. Shipping carload lots to Port
land. Phono 593. 6-21
WANTED To rent, fall of 1918 to
1919, a ranch of 100 to 168 acres,
fair improvements- Box 45. Rt. 7,
Satera, Or. 6-10.
WANTED By widower, no children,
middle aged1 woman as housekeeper,
golod home for right party. Give
house or phone number. Address W.
W. caro Journal. 6-12
WANTED Small furnished house, or
three room apartment, on ground
floor, within walking distance of
Oregon Elecrjic depot. Address R.
W. caro Journal.
PICKERS, one and one half cents per
pound will be 'paid Loganberry pick
ers at Indian Hill farm, if you stay
thru ihe busy season; good camp
grounds, wood and water; moved to
camp grounds free. Phono 516, three
blocks from end of 12th St. car line.
T. L. Davidson. 6 11
TWO and a half miles north of Mon
mouth on the West Side highway, 1
will sell at public auculon, 10 a. m.
Saturday June 15, Horses, cattle and
complete outfit of ranmlng imple
imemtsi, machinery, binders, etc. Pos
sibly may sell large quantity of oats
and hay. Uharae U onen, owner.
LOGANBERRY pickers wonted; 30
acres, two miles east or Brooks, good
canip grounds, wood and water; we
move you out to yard and back to
' town; picking will last about five
weeks. Mangis Bros., Salem., Or.
Phone 717. tf
BERRY PICKERS WAITED Larg
est yard in the valley. Good camp
ing, good water, provisions on the
ground. We move you out to yard
and back to town. Picking begins
about June 25th. Register now. we
pay one cent with 3 th cent bonus
per pound. L. H. Roberta, Rt. 7, Sa
lem, Or, Phone 41F24. tf
15 LOGANBERRY pickers wanted;
good picking, good camping ground,
can walk and Hvb at borne only 15
minutes walk from end of bridge.
Wallace road, Poik county; would
also like to register same crew for
picking bean. W. C. Franklin. Phone
OLD FALSE TEETH wanted; doesn't
matter if broken. We pay you actual
value. We pay cash for old gold,
silver and platinum. Send to us and
receive cash by return mail If price
is not satisfactory, we will return
teeth promptly upon request. Inter
national Teeth Co, 305 West 42nd
St, New York. tf
MAMMOTH public auction sale, to be
held at W. J. Turnidge farm June 18,
located 1 miles east of Buena Vis
ta in Marion county, near Talbot
station on Oregon Electric car line,
8 miles west of JeffeTson. I will of
fer for sale over 80 bead of cattle
Jersey, Holstein and Durham grades,
consisting of cows, stock cattle and
beef steers. 200 head Angora goats,
mostly nannies; 5 head horses, some
registered Duroe hogs, 2 farm wa
gons and other farm implements.
Sals will commence 10 o'clock a, m.
Col. F. N. Woodry, auctioneer. W.
J. Turnidge, owner. 6-14
iT ' sale, a. w. utn
Turner, Ur. 6-li
FOR RENT Furnished houe, strictly
"modern, hot water heat Address Box
373 Salem, Or. tf
BUSINESS .man, 40, blond, would like
to hear from ladies from 20 up, who
want a gcod husband. Address Mr.
Graym, 520 West Yakima Ave Yak
ima, Wash. 6-10
WANTED Board and room in a quiet
eountry home, for lady an four year
old girl. A. E. Gibbard, 235 Union
FOR SALE Choice, large Holstein
calf, male, 3 months old; also one
yearling heifer 3-4 Jersey Hol
stein. L. S. Arnold, Rt. 4, phone 65
TAKEN UP A big brown Jersey bull,
with one horn broken and ring in
nose, owner can have by paying fori
ad ana damages. Address lieo. Baled
Rt. 4, box 116, Salem, Or. 6-10
5 ROOM; bungalow for sale, modern,
largo garden all in, 17 blocks from
Bush's .bank, 1 block from paved
street, 3 blocks from carline. Will
sell entire property ror less than the
house alone tan be built. Ivan C.
Beers, lti'JS N. Liberty St. or Capital
Dmg store. 6-13
40 ACRE hill ranch free of incum
boranee, 11 acres clear, buildings,
orchard, springs, plenty ef outrange.
2 miles from town; will trade for
good home of a few acres near high
a;hoel town. Hay crop goes with
place, if taken before hay harvest,
also 13 acres of hay crop on adjoin
ing place. By owner. Aiklress Helen
M. Smith, Summit, Or. 6-10
WANTED Logaubcry pickers for
45 acres of berries located mile
, from carline at Salem Heights. Fif
teen minute servieo. Five cent fare
to Salem. Fine camp grove, free
wood, potato patch and straw for
bodding. Water piped on camp
grounds. No tents or bunk houses.
Telephone on camp grounds and free
daily delivery of groceries, Pickers
can niako from $2.30 to $3.50 per
day; season will last from 5 to 6
weeks. Picking will start about
June 17th. Telephone 21iF2, B. Cun
ningham, Rt. 3, box 121. Salem,
CALL FOR IMPROVEMENT BONDS
Of the City of Salem, Oregon
Notiice is hereby given that on July
1, 1918, there will be money on hand
and applicable to the payment of the
following improvement uonds of issue
"G," Numbers 91 to 130, both inclus
Holders (of these bonds will present
them for payment at the effice of the
city treasurer as imterest will cease af
ter June 30, 1918.
C. O. RICE,
June 10-17-24 City Treasurer-!
I have this 10th day of June, sold
all my interests in .the plumbing busi
ness to A. L. Frazier and he will con
tinue the business. All my friends and
patrons will be cared for by Mr. Frazier
(Signed) ED O. PRATT-
PHIL RIDER KILLED
BY AEROPLANE FALL
Was Student of Willamette
University Over Ten
Buffalo, N. Y., June 10. A Bristol
aeroplane, piloted by Phil Rader of
San Francisco, accompanied by Robert
Conor of Los Angeles, as observer, fell
about 500 feet at the Curtis test field
here this afternoon. Both men were
As the machine struck the ground it
burst into flames caused by the gaso
line tank exploding.
From Pacific Coast.
San Francisco, June 10. Phil Rader,
San Francisco newspaper man and car
toonist, killed in an aeroplane fall at
Buffalo today, was the son of Rev.
William A. Rader. formerly pastor of
Calvary Presbyterian church here.
He became cartoonist on the ran
Francisco Bulletin shortly after he
At the outbreak of the war in
Europe Rader went to France with a
motion picture machine, determined to
secure pictures. He made a remark
able trip, from Paris with a United
Press correspondent, going through the
French lines and behind the German
TODAY'S BASEBALL SCORES
St. Louis-TJew York postponed, rain.
R. H. E.
Pittsburg 0 8 0
Brooklyn - 2 2
Cooper and Schmidt; (primes and Mil
Chicago .- 6 10 0
Philadelphia 1.7 2
Vaughn end Killifer; Oeschger,
Main, Davis end Adams.
Cincinnati 0 11
Boston :.- 18 0
Bressler and Allan; Rudolph and
Philadelphia 4 10 1
Detroit 6 7 0
Myers, Fabey and McAvoy; Danss
Boston . 13 1
Chicago 0 3 2
I Bush end Sebang; Bhellenbacn ana
i 1 -7,t
Our matchless Stock of LADIES' and CHILDREN'S READY-TO-WEAR, more or less smoke and water
damaged, will be sold at REDUCED PRICES in this FIRE SALE. While the wearing value of the Stock
is un-impaired, it is our policy to only offer to our customers, perfectly clean and unblemished Merchandise
Therefore we shall sell out all stocks affected by smoke and water caused by the FIRE.
THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
' Extra salespeople have been engaged that quick service may be given all patrons.
1 1 jj'j M,y
Less Than Factory Cost
STEAMER TRUNKS, WARDROBE TRUNKS DRESS AND
Made of the finest materials by expert workmen.
This is your opportunity to buy a Trunk that will last
a life time. . . 1
ENTIRE STOCK GOES AT LESS THAN FACTORY COST
ENTIRE STOCK OF
Underwear and Hose
ALL AT FIRE SALE PRICES
ill J....-....L 'Ai.n.i
A a. A A, AAliAAiiiiiiaiAi AAA k 4 sV
line. After the Germans retreated he
returned to Paris.
Bader enlisted in the British royal
flying corps and became an instructor.
The records of Willamette University
show that Phil Kader attended the
university at a time prior to 108, but
that he was never graduated from the
institution. He is said to have been
an athletic star.
The Maccabees have elected the fol
lowing officers for the eoming year:
Commander, O. ('. Nugent; Lieuten
ant commander, J. O. Luper; sergeant.
S. H. Schultz; finance keeper, D. W.
Eyre; master at arm, A. Nichols; first
master of the guard. 9. II. Cashman.
PTTHIANS ELECT OFFICERS
The Kniiht. of Pvthias last week
elected the following officers for the
' Chancellor commander, P. Andregen;
(ice chancellor commander, Walter
.. 1 h Li.'. , h i ism rA v.
This season's models.
Foulards, Taffetas, Georgette and Taffeta
Combinations, values to $35.00 $12.98
Fancy figures and 0Q,.O 06
stripes. Value to $10 .
Look better, wear better, are
All kinds and all styles.
Lennon; relate, W. H. Levy; master
at arms, J. L. Tucker; keeper of rec
ords and seals, V. B. Oiluon; inner
guard, K. C. Hiegmuml; outer guard,
AUSTRIAN TROOPS REVOLT
London, June 10. A serious revolt
ha broken out among the Austrian
troops concentrated on the east front,
according to an undated dispatch from
Kielf, received through Moscow today.
IRISHMEN WON T FIGHT
Dublin, June 10. The women's anti
conscription pledge was generally sign
f I throughout Ireland, it was announc
ed today. There were no disorders.
Red Cross Workers
Will Be Questioned
Every man who assisted in the re
cent Red! (.ross drive and many others
who have good working material in
them wilf receive a "questionnaire "
7, ' '.'f
so. r.. m.r i $.
This assortment con
sists of Gaberdine,
Fancy Basket Weaves
Heavy white Twill Mid
dy Cloth, navy blue
Galatea and flannel col
lar and cuffs. Cannot
be duplicated at twice
the cost they are marked
in this sale.
Our entire stock of WAISTS will sell at
Fire Sale Price
In the latest models your choice.
2J K )f CZN
within a few days. This questionnaire
j is mot from the military authorities
but from T. B. Kay, chairman of the
Red Cross organization who wants to
know from each man who helped just
what territory he covered during the
last lied Cross drive and also how
much time was required to cover the
The question is asked as to who was
each man's teammate ami in what oth
er war relief esiripai!ns he has served.
Also whe'her one is willing to help in
future patriotic work and will work
when called. Information is also asked
in reaard to other men who would be
good material in all war work cam
paigns such as liberty Vran drives. Red
Cross campaigns and other patriotic
The workers who so successfully put
over the last Red Cross eamra'cn all
reniain in the organisation and these
questionnaires are being mailed that
jwhen the time comes for anothcT cam
.paign, the central committee will know
.where to find each man and assign
,him to territory that he can cover
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Manv Turning In
ineir Hour surplus
F. W. Steusloff, county food admiu
istrator reports a large number of peo
ple turning in their flour to be shipped
to the federal food administration
a'xents. Just now Mr. Stens'loff would
like all who intend to return flour to .
do so within two or three day as hit
now has about three fourths of a rar
load ready for shipment. As soon as
enough flour is turned in to make a
car-load capacity shipment, it will bo
forwarded at once, shipping direct from
jHalem to New York and there re-ship-ped
direct to France.
The federal food administration does
Is cash business and any one turning la
j flour to Mr. Wteuslot'f is given the)
' value thereof by a siuht draft on th
state food administrator, which can ha
I cashed here. In bringing in flour, one
is obliged to mako an affidavit as to
the amount paid for it originally ami
this the price the government pays'.
Anything from ten pounrft sacks up will