Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1918)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORE. WEDNESDAY. JULY 3, 1913.
00 YOU KNOW WHY - - - Rid Uncles Live So Long
By Fistier "
UNCLE JrNKE l$
SICK NOU SNr
.j . . p
HIS f ftvORiTE
f HE. MUST HPiME
i ,1 ' i i
. . -i
Willamette Valley News
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Stayton, Or., July 3. Master Merril
Aniorg of Portland was visiting with
Btaytou friends Sunday.
Mrs. Nettie Crump is iu Sulcni this
Grant Murphy returned Sunday from
Portland where he has been on the
grand jury for several w.wks. He was
accompanied by his wife and little
daughter, who had been visiting rela
tives in Seattle and Portland,
J. M. Kingo and wife motored to Tort
laud Saturday, and on Sunday motored
out on the Columbia highway. They
wore, joiued in Salem by ik'sdames Riu
go and Bushucll,
E. R. Nelson was in Salem Mondny
on business. He was accompanied by J.
Misses Lois Bracken and Coral Smuek
came over from Scio to spend the week
end with homo folks.
Wni. Nendel rnd W. J. Smuck left
Saturday for eastern .Oregon whero they
will work during harvest.
Jim Thomas and wife and Harold
Murphy and Miss Marie Poppe caaio
up from Salem for & week end visit at
the E. Sloper homo.
Bov. Father Laiuck, of Sublimity was
a Stayton visitor Monday. . .
Mrs. Wade Thomas and son, are hew
from Washington for a visit with rela
Mrs. J. H. Hawlt-y -returned Rut$.y
from an extended visit with relatives at
Monmouth and Woodburn.
Quite a number of Stayton ryoplo are
planning to attend the Bed Cross cele
bration at Lyons the Fourth. "
Joe Kleckcr returned Sunday to Pan
Diego, Calif., after a week's visit with
liome folks. He is a member of the navj
Mrs. Allie Browor who has been ill
for the past two weeks ig still quit!
Frank Lesley camo up Saturday from
Portland where he had been doing jurv
Miss Margaret Ilensley is visiting
friends at Cuslmian, Or.-.-gon.
Miss Ruth Eoy is visiting in Portland
Mrs-. Roxy McLaughlin of Milwaukee
is visiting her parents, Harvey Auder
son and wife.
Monday afternon C. E. Daugherty,
who with E. I). Alexander has boon
publishing the Stavton Mail tho past
eighteen months, sold tho newspaper to1
Clin?. S. Clark, of Canby. Mr. Clark is
quite well known here, having been cm-!
ployed on the Mail under a former own-1
er. lie has been recrtitly publishing th2
Canby News. The new owner will take
possession August first.
Frank Baker, son of E. C. Baker of
Turner, was shaking hnnds with friends
in town Monday. Ho is in the army, em
ployed in tho lumber industry.
Seven commissioned officers of the
Oregon Guard were in town Monday
evening and assisted the local company
in its drill work. The Visitors were
w.'lcome and spoke highly of tho work
the company here is doing.
.1. R. Miller enme home Sunday from
Korry, where ha has.been doing carpen
ter work in a lumber camp. After a fow
days visit he will return and expects t"
be accompanied by Mrs. Miller.
(Capital Journal Special Service)
" ' Monmouth, July 3. Mr. and Mrs.
Will George and family of Salem and
Mr. and Mrs; Fayette Hewett of Pay
ette, Idnho, were callers on the Ostrom
family at Sunshine Farm, Saturday.
The families were neighbors yearg ago
at Siloam Springs, Ark,
Mr. Young, who bought the Sicka
foose property last spring, was taken
to 'the insane asylum Tuesday. The
Young's came here from Nebraska and
after living in. Salem several months,
came here and bought hastily, paying
$1.1,000 cash for this property, .which.
is considered by many who know the
place to be much more than it is
worth. Mr. Young had become discour
aged as he saw no chance of making
a living on the placo and for some
time there has been other troubles.
At the end of tho first week there
were 375 students registered for the
summer course at the Normal.
Miss Helen Stewart of Victoria, B.
C. gave a most interesting and in
structive talk at the Normal 'Thursday
on ihe subject of cantcan work in
France. The information she gave was
first hand as sho has just returned
from over there, where she has been
engaged in this work.
Miss Myrai Butler, who has been
head of tho domestic scienco depart
ment of tho 0. N. S. for several years
past, has nmdo application for Y. M.
C. A. canteen servico overseas and will
probably too adopted as sho is well
qualified for such work. As no salary
is paid canteen workers, and not even
their transportation allowed, friends
of Miss Butler are raising the neces
sary ip-HiO called lor by the war work
council to pay her expenses until sho
arrives at her desnation.
The faculty reception given in honor
of the summer school students was giv
en Saturday evening on the Normal
campus. Eavh student was presented to
tho president and fat'iilty by Prof.
Gentle, after which Pres. Ackerman
spoko to tho students in an address of
welcome which was responded to by
Mr. Oliver, representing tho men and
by Mrs- Cole representing the women
in attendance. The students then di
vided themselves into groin represent
ing the counties from which they camo
and each entertauied tho others with
special pre-arranged stunts, after which
they all lined up for the march to the
punch bowl, then sang the good night
song and departed, feeling that sum
mer school is all right.
At a recent .meeting of the city couu-,
cil O. A. Wolverton was chosen to suc
ceed Mr. Ostein as mayor, until the
regular election iu the fall.
This Year Is Smaller
Monmouth, July 3. After one week
of work at the Oregon Normal sum
mer school, the enrollment has reached
390, including three men. On the first
$ Open Forum
SPARTAN MOTHER JOINS SLAIN SON'S REGIMENT',
SEEKS DUTY AT FRONT WHERE HER BOY HAD DIED;
GOTi-.c: TO HIS UNIT AS Y. M. C. A. CANTEEN WORKER1
f ' - P , f
3rw m m.. "v
I i " - li')i
sk 'K . I J
V X . ... '.-.v..--Vf. v.'A...' r ' -K..- ' IVs- V M; . . . . . ' i
Her only son slain in France while
serving as a 'lieutenant in the Amer
ican forces; Mrs. ' Mabet" 'Fonda
.Careissen has left her home at No.
490 Riverside Drive, New York City,
to be a Y. M. C. A. canteen worker.
3n service to the living, this Spartan
mother has chosen her substitute for
mourning, To make it. more apr
ipropriata, she is to serve the canteen
attached to the regiment of her dead
on, Lieutenant Fcott McCormick,
(for the colonel and other officers of
the unit joined in a request that
the Y. M. C. A. detail her there upon
(hearing of her determination ' to
'work in France.
j Taking her place with th-. mothers
(of France who, though beieaved.
have worked to aid the men, Mrs.
Gareissen made the following ex
"Our sons belonged to a peace
loving age. They had to leave loved
ones, drop prospects of careers, and
prepare for the most infernal war
the world has ever known. They have
done this without complaint, with a
determination to put forth the best
ami highest within them. An.erican
mothers, no matter how their hearts
may bleed, must rise to thj leading
of their sons. And if those idolized
sen3 fall, sHJ! they must rise, keep
ing ever before them the!1- ""ons who
hive gone -up and up. In other
words, they inust be worthy of be
irg mothers of the boys cf today."
Mrs. Gareissen's con, 1 'eutenant
McCormick. vs ki led on. January
IT last by hand prenade explosion.1
Before attending the first Plattsburs:
camp for officers' training he Was in
the employ of Edmonds & Co.;
bankers. When the United States
entered the war he was among the1
first to resign his business connec
tion for tho training camp, where he
was commissioned end sent to Francs'
among the earliest. i
A few days after Ceneral Perching;
had cabled the news of her son's
death, Mrs. Careissen decided to go
to France and filed her anp!i:; tion
with the Y. M. C. A. War Work
Council for canteen work. She hept
the fact fi-or.i even her most inti
mate friends, among them Provost
Marshal General Enoch N. Crowder,
until a few da'yi before she left for
CONCERNING WAE STAMPS
Editor Journal: Wo notice that Sc
lera has subscribed but about half of
her quota for war stamps while tho dis
tricts outside have done much better.
Thero may be a' cause for this. The
financial prospect for the general far
mer is not encouraging at this time.
May it not have been the manner of
approaching people. By sending out
two apparently ablo bodied men to
gether the first thought is, Why are
they not at workf The second thought
is that the extra one is brought as r.
witness and the person approached may
be perfectly loyal and patriotic but yet
it creates a ropungance, and in case
he is told that his financial condition
is known, otc, he resents it and will
subscribo just as littls as possible. In
the Priuglo district to which you drew
particular attention, a meeting was
called at the school house, everybody
wa expected to attend and to do oth
erwise would bo an indication of dis
loyalty and as a result there was a full
house. Judge Bingham, Judgo Race and
L. H. Suter each addressed the audi
enco in a pleasing and friendly way
showing the acts and deeds of the
kaiser and his army and tho awful
conditions in Europo which certainly
appealed to ovoryone present, and in
stead of saying, thero are so many in
your family and we expect $-0 for each
inomlber making $120, $140, $160 or
more as tho caeo may be (tho poorest
people generally havo the largest fami
lies), thoy wero told that their finan
cial circumstances were unknown and
it was up to e-aidfo individual to know
his own condition Vnd subscribe as they
saw fit. Some who had previously sub
scribed raised their figures and many
new subscribers wero added until l'rin
gle alm6st reached tho top and will go
over, Wa would suggest for Sulem that
ladies be sent out separately or better
still to select a certain night for meet
ings to be held at the various school
houses as soon as berry picking slat-ks
up (ono general meeting would do no
good), induce everyone to attend
whether they have already subscribed
or not The only personal demand is
that all be present at itho school house
in tho!r district and no ono shall be
asked personally to subscribe nor be
censured for not doing so. Make it a
patriotic! duty to attend. We believe
that tho awful deeds and crimes com
mitted by tho kaiser and his army to
gether with the liorriblo conditions in
Europe would be sufficient appeal.
A LOYAL CITIZEN'.
CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT.
QLICK REFERENCE TO FIRMS THAT GIVE SERVICE ON SHORT NOTICE
WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEETWE RECOMMEND OUR ADVERTISERS
talem Eiectrio Co., Masonic- Temple, 127 North High.
DE. F. I UTTER, DENTIST, EOOM3
tlJ-414 Bank oi Commerce bldg.
Phone 60. 11-4
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate (security
: . TH08. K. IX)KD
Orer I.add & Bush bank, Balem, Oregon
DBS. B. H. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathia physician) and
nerve sitrvmiisiB. ur&uume oi Amer
ican school of Osteopathy, Kirkville,
Mo Post graduate and specialized in
nervous diseases at Log Angeles Col
lege. Offices 505-508 U. S. Nat. Bank
Bldg. Phone 859. Residence, 1620
uourt. 1'Hone Z'il5. Dr. White Re.
A SACRIFICE SALE Strictly mod'
. ern, five room bungalow, gas, elec
tricity, half cement basement, sta
tionary tubs, roomy lot, paved street,
all paid, and garage. One block from
street car line. Price $1000; $800
will handlo it, Square Deal Ralty
Co., U. S. Nat. Bank bldg. Phone
day the registration numbered 350.
The attendance is smaller than usual.
The faculty is smaller than has ever
served during a summer session. Miss
Alberta Greene, of the art department,
has left to attend Reed college this
summer, in preparation for war work,
and tho duties fall upon Miss Olive
Vlivrk, assistant. The new instructors
will not arrive umtil next full. Miss
Laura Kcnnon is now in PoughltC"psio,
N. Y., in attendance at the muses'
training school of Yasser college, Her
work is being performed '.by Miss Rosa
B. Parrot t, along with' her other work
in the English department. A. L. Idc
is caring for the department of educa
tion alone, whereas he formerlv had
tho help of Will H. Burton. The de
creased attendance made the respon
sibilities in tho music department much
smaller, and Miss Mary Hoham is in
chargi of all "clashes and the orchestra
DR. ROBERTS GUILTY
MiWftiiltee Wis.. .Tnltr 3 111. Tlnvirl
Roberts was found guilty here today
on a statu lory charge glowing (.ut of
tho Lnsk-Riberts triangle and was
sentenced to ono vcar in the house of
eorrec.ti'on. Roberts! attorneys were
given 24 hours to appeal. Testimony
durtng tho trial and conviction of
Orace Luk for the miubr of Mrs.
Roberts was the basis for the prose
cution of Roberts.
JOURNAL WANT ADS SELL
Wheat, soft white .'. 11.85(8)1.87
Wheat, red 11.85
Wheat, lower grades on sample
Barley, ton $56
Shorti per ton ; $38
Hay, cheat, new $20
Hay, vetch, new $20
Hay clover, new ..... , $20
Drj white bean ...... j 77!4
Bntterfat ' 46c
Creamery butter ... . 49e
Fork, Veal and Mutton
IF ITS RE A LTV or a business, yoi)
will sell quicker, buy bettor, trado
easier thru, our system of buying
and selling without commission. Up-and-doiiig
peoplo everywhere use our
July booklet to save time and money
Call or writo Oregon Realty Ex
chango Inv. Co., Inc., 28 Breynian
Bldg., Salem Ore., Eugeno, Portland,
San Francisco. . - 8-2
Veal, fancy . 13(i14c
Spring lambs 10c
Lambs, yearlings C7e
Eggs and Poultry
Eggs, cash .-. 35c
Eggs, trado 87c
Turkeys, livo, No. 1 21(b:2iJ(
Hens, dressed, pound 30c
Old roosters - 15('()16
Broilers, live - 21fti23o
Hens, pound 20c
Potatoes, old .. 75c
Potatoes, new 34c,
California red onions ............ - $2
Onions, green . 40
Onions, Bermuda $1.90
Onions, Yellow Danvor, Calif ....$2.1)
Artichokes .................... 75c
Tomatoes, crate - $1.00
Turnips .... 2c
Peaches, crato $1.75
Grape fruit, California $4.50
Lemons, box $9.50(0)11
Bananas .... 8 Vic
Dromedary dates tw
Creamery butter 55c
Flour, hard wheat tz.B&tad.iu
Flour, soft wheat $2 65
Country butter .... ..j.....- 45c
Eggs, dozen , 45c
Sugar sales limited to two pounds in
Salem find 5 pounds to rural purchas
ers. For canning purposes 25 lbs at
Portland, Or., July 3 Butter, city
Egs, strfpctcd local ex. 40c
Geese, spring 22c,
Cheese triplets 252(?e
Daily Livestock Market
Tone of market edy, unchanged
Prime steers $1213
Choice to good steers $1112
JOURNAL WANT ADS SELL
KNIGHT8 OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack hall on every Tuesday
t 8. P. Andresen, U. C. W. B. Uil-
son, K. B. ft 8.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
-Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246,meets
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in Derby building, corner Court and
High streets. E. T. Day, V. C; J. A.
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D.
Eeeler, president: Mrs. Lou Tillson,
secretary. All cases of cruelty or ncg
lect of dumb animals should be re
ported to the secretary for invest!
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA
"Oregon Grape Camp" No. 1360,
meet every Thursday evening in
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 214 Court 8t,
oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, recor
der, 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 1430M.
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assent
bly No. 84, meets first Thursday of
each month, at 8 p. m. in I. O. O. F.
hall. Norma L. Terwilliger. M. A.;
C. A. Viinbert, secretary, 340 Ow
FOR RENT Business location at 162
north Commercial, will remodel to
suit tenant. See E. M. Klinger, 463
State street, Salem. tf
BILLIARD PARLOR for rent, with jr
without lixturesj will remodel to
suit tonantj best location m city, E.
M. Klinger, 463 State street, Sa
lom. . tf
.Medium to good Btcorj $910
Fair to medium stoors $89"
Common to fair stoers $58
Choico cows and heifers $8-5U(ft9
Medium to eood cows and heifers
Fair to medium cows And heifers
Gunners $3(754 50
Stoekers and feeders $79
Tone of market steady, unchanged
Prime mixed l(i.85((il7.15
Medium mixed $lli.C.j(a 10.80
Rough heavies $15.85(.1G.15
Pigs $15.(i5fe 15.25
Tone of market steady, unchanged
East of mountain lambs $1414.50
Valley lambs $12.50(a'13
Yearlings $7.508 ,
(In effect June second)
SALEM- GEER LINE
No. 73 Arrive at Halcm 9:10 a.m.
No. 74 Leave Salem 3:00 p.m.
BALEM, rALLS CITY
161 Lv Salem, motor.......
103 Lv ralem, motor ..
165 Lv Salem, motor ...
Through car to Monin
107 Lv Salem, motor ......
109 Lv Salem, motor
839 Wy frt. Lv Salem..
102 Ar at SaVm . ,
164 Ar. at Salem
160 Ar at Salem
168 Ar at Salem
170 Ar at Salem
240 Wy frt Ar Salem ...
outb and Arlu
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Boo
proprietor. Garbage and refuse ot all
kinds removed on monthly contract
at reasonable rates. Yard and cesl
pools cleaned. Office phone Mi
2247. Residence Main 2272. .
STOVES REBUILT .AND REPAIRED
50 years experience. Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 20. to 58 in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, etc
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 250
Court street. Phone 124.
THE FIXIT SHOP Let us repair to
sharpen your lawn mowers. 201
Court. Phone 1022. tl
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade etreeti
Bills payable monthly in advance.
308 ACRES 1 mile from station, 299
cultivated, 18 pasture, modern, new.
7 room house, 2 barns, silo, SO acres
clover, annual income $8500. Price
$100 per acre.. .
. 280 acres, 235 cultivated, 80 pas
ture, Vj miles from station, fair im
provements; price $75 per acre.
60 acres bottom, 30 cultivated, 811
stump pasture, 2 miles of town, ex
change for valley farm elsewhere;
90 acres, 60 cultivated, 25 in fruity
30 timber and stump pasture, fair
improvements, 5 miles from Salem,
will exchange for southern Oregon,
will assume; price $13,000.
, 290 acres, 250 cultivated, 40 pas
ture, well watered, good improve
ments, want unincumbered ranch
close to Salem not over $13,000
320 acres Alta, Canada, exchange
for valley ranch or Salom residence
not over $0000.
330 acres Lake county, Oregon, lim
proved, exchange for valley ranch,
not over $5000.
10 acres with modem 7 room noose
4 blocks of Saloiu car line, exchange
for $2000 rosidenco and mortgage
for difference; price $4650. Socolof
sky, 341 Stato St 7-1J
SECOND HAND GOODS
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE-
Men's clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watcbes, tools, musical instruments
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit
cases, trunks, cameras, typewriter
and furniture. Capital Exchange, 837
Court street. Phone 4113.
NorthBank Station (leave JeffertoB
Street 15 and 20 minutes later) ;
Leave Ajrlve Arrive
Eugene Salem Portland
,12:05 am 4:35 am 6:50 ana
7:15 am 9:25 am
, 7:35am 9:45am 11:30am
1120 iin 1:20 Da
14 11:20 am 1:50 pm 3:55 p
18 Ltd 1:55 pm 4:00 pm 5:45 cm
JO 4:10pm -5:30 pm 7:40 cm
22.. 5.25 pm 7:55 pm 10:00 p
xNorth Bank Stution (Arrive Joffersoa
Street 15 minutes earlier) .'Leave Cor-
Leave Corvallis Arrive Salem
8:25 ara....Nortl.bound....9:45 am
12:12 pm....Northbound....l:50 am
2:41 pm....Northb3und....4:00 pm
4:10 pm..Nrthbound....5:30 pm
9:18 pin....Nortftound.,7:55 pm '
8:35 am....Sonthbound....9:57 am
10:15 am....Southbound-ll:33 am
J2:50 pm....Soulhbo 111C pm
4:15 pm.... Southbound. ...5:40 pm
6:40 pm-..-8outhbound....8:00 pa
OREGON ELECTRIC '
Leave Arrive Arrlvi
Portland Salem Eugens
, 6:30 am 8:35 am 10:50 an
8:80 am 10:11 am 12:25 pm
10:45 am 12:50 pm
2:05 pm 4:15 pm 6:35 pn
4:45pm 6:40 pm 8:00 pm
17 6:05 pm 8:07 pm Salem only
It 9:20 pm 11:20 pm Balem onlj
H 11:45 pm 1:55 am 6:50 am
No matter what Kind ot a
VVantAd uou put in our
paper wewill!e you rcsuuj
Pork, on foot ; '. 15 3 iMlBe