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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON SATURDAY, JULY 0, 1918
Briscoe, Chevrolet and
(.Cootinaed from pane out)
Rome, .Tuly 20. The lta'iars have
rec.iptured Mount St&bcl and reoecu
pied Conio Di Caveuto, the war of fire
The enemy left many dea-i ami giueh
material behind and numeous prison
eis were captured.
In Macelnia the enany, after the
mo it violent bombardment, attacked
but wa ohl:ged to retire in disorder.
French Take Town
London, July 20 (4:3 p. ni.) Af-
stock cf parts. If your starter is not working pro-j Tn
to eva;K from the ra'amity thsr is
s'owy but u:elr creeping upon then.
There in eve:y probability that the
fiercest fighting of all is coming.
Your Car has an Auto-Lite Starting System. I have'
put in the Auto-Lite Service Station with a large
1 1 perly see me!
148 So. Commercial St.
1ETV NAMES OH
OF Lim MEN
New Roll of Honor Changed
Materially From First
list Given Out
The following is a eorrected list of
the names of the men who will be fail
ed to ont:ain July 21 for Camp Lewis
The list includes over 90 names as sev-
west of Bheiina), Bois De -Missy and jeial nave been ordered in as Alternates.
Port-A-Binsou, kt was learned authori-The quota from this beard for the call
tativelv this afternoon.
YOUTH WILL BE ACQUITTED.
is 88 and this number will be sent,
The list is materially different from
that published some time ago. It is
iyouth will be given his liberty. Pros
O A C editing Attorney Kemann said today.
- - - 040 ' 'oroner Stewart", who investigated the
--hootinir with Deputy Prosecutor Sel-
, lan said he considered the act one of
PM&t&itS . the j'ifialle ""'
RQ$$$394$tMtQIWH9 At the present time the rate of pro-
duct ion is well over -chilli and vne naif
million gallon per day au excess of
wind was easier than to offer free trans- tw, mihion gallons per day over 1910
portation to the race fans, and at tlv production
Taccnia, Wash.,- July 20. l'ule?s the names as cfr'i-ially given by the
there are unexpected developments in I-local exemption board and as the me.i
the case, Clifford Longeway, IS, who are to leave next Thursday there is
yesterday shot and killed William Pol- but little chance of any changes made.
larl, 53, in defense of his mother, the.vr the M men originally ordered to
frr .: .-
Haw Seattle Dealer
Got Its Cars Delivered
Driveways among automobile dealers
liavo been in force almost siuee the ad
v.'nt of the motor ear industry, but it
remained for W. 8. Dulinngo, the leading
machine di-penscr in Seattle, lo com
bine deliveries to his distribulng sta
tion with a maximum of pleasure for nil
Dulinng,? needed fifty ears in a hum.
Fifty insistent patrons were clamoring
for their- Chevrolet, partietilaily
the biggest holiday of the year Ju'
Fourth was coining. So it was up to
th? Scuttle man to get busy.
There w a only one -way for Dulmag.)
to get cars, and tljiif was through the
Spokane warehome of the Chevrolet
Motor Car company of California.
"(Jive me fiflv cars for imnu'diat
same time have a driveway of the need
A little "want ad" asking for men to
drive cars from Spokane to- Seattle
brought seventy-two responses within
Today the refiners of the country have
52i5,382,383 gallons of gasoline stoied
for future usti. On December 31, 1917,
the storage amounts were 412,520,833
gallons. The increase is 114,125,53:1
gallons, showing plainly that our pro-
two hours. Before nigh Ilemlnck' and ,:i-.-;io:i is vastly greater than our con-
Dulmage had signed up enough ca, an sumption.
vers to move the entire caravan, anil b.:' Furthermore, gasoline is a by-pro-tho
afternoon of July 2, every Ckcvro-1 duet of the process of refining crude
let which started was in the Dulmage i oil into fi'.d oil. In the month of
garage, ready for delinvery. I March there was approximately
The Spokane-Seattle driveway is proli one and ono third billion gallons of
nbly the hardest ever made, but in spite crude oil, or about 4S million gallons
of this the Cheviolets arrived in perfect per dnv. taken from the ground. This
The I'hslance between tlie two
Washington cities is about 323 miles,
and itit two steep mountain ranges be
tween. Hut little of the road is paved,
yet the end of the run the fifty driv
ers thanked Dulmage fur a great outing
as well as five saving of quite a sum of
money which otherwise would have been
delivery said his wire to Manager W. expended fr mil road fares.
i . nenmicKs of the mevroict company
l Spokane. "Sure we will, but where
are you going to get freight equipment
to move thorn" wns the answer. Kaets based tiiion the most substan-
Dulmage juiiipe.l over from Seattle to; li-il foundation are nil ngninst tk- ru
Spukfi. e, mid there lie hit on a novel ; mors circulated regarding a chortnge of
neheino. Half the population of the In- gasodine mid a jindiiliirive tax, accord
land empire, melrojndis' was talking! in to W. J, LaC'Ruse, Pacific. Coast
about ttv races in Tiieomn, July 4, whH j Supervisor for the Maxwell Motor Sales
Cliff Durant, Earl Cooper, Kddie Pullen corporaliou. The handwriting on the
nuil other speed ttars wem to battle in wall points to mv iiuusual overpi'oduc
n big raco on the nntlomi) hididay. So' tion. But here are the figures.
is two million gallons per day more than
the production in March 1U17.
The production of crude oil will in-crea-e
us will process of refining it to
furnish the vastly increasing supplies of
fuel oil demanded by the government
livery thing possible to nssist in this
woik ttill be done. And the production
of every gallon of crude oil n'vans the
production of just so much gasoline, as
well as o much fuel oil.
As far ns the tax is concerned Lu
Casio states that if such legislation ts
enacted it will lo but a nominal tax as a
birgV one would defeat its own object
It would cunail the use of gasolieo and
great stocks would pilo up, ju?t as grettt
stocks of kerosene piled up wasted. Ev
ery drop shuld be used. Theive Is , ,
shortage now but to avoid one in the
future by avoiding wilful waste.
TSiey Are Here
Those American Fibre Chairs and Rockers Just Arrived
and thev sure are Beauties And that isn't all Thev are
Comfortable and Just the Thing for Summer
And the Prices are Such That all Mav Have a Comfortable
Chair or Rocker for the Porch.
We have the finest selection of Trunks, Wardrobe Trunks, Suit Cases, Tra
veling Bags, etc., in Salem for your Inspection. Trunks at . all prices, Suit
Cases and Bags in Genuine Leather, Fibre and Matting.
SEE our Line Before Buying Prices to Suit Each and Every Purchaser.
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF SUMMER FURNITURE: Porch
Swings, Hammocks, Porch Shades, Chairs, etc. Demand that we Show Them
to you; it's a Pleasure.
THOSE FINE IVORY ROCKERS AND CHAIRS, IDEAL FOR PORCH USE X
Coolmor Porch Shades All Sizes
and sunfast colors, very durable and
they sure make your porch a joy.
We have a nice line of Hammocks
priced from $1.50 up. See them.
Special Discounts on All
All Kinds of Oil Stoves
Come in and Let Us Show You what We Have in Summer Furniture
371 Court Street
YOU GET MORE
FOR YOUR MONEY
report 82 have responded promptly.
2IH Ulenn It. Munkers
3"6 Arthur N. Jones
502 Chester Huffman
024 Albert A. Ashabar
079 John W. Auhock
7S Frank Roeseh
Hint Edward Etzel
913 IFIovd E. Hales
1007 Hoy M. Hill.
1014 Lion O. Butler
1075 William Duchatean
10SS Thomas K. Cal'isou
1121 William H. Terhuue
1171 Josepa J. Sjianiol
1IS1 ( luirks J. Stevenson
1201 14 Harvey D. Brown
1209 El'fwortii Diaring
KtH Alfred W. Oliver
l:iH9 Harold L. Puibriek
H.'Ct Waller Brovn
1450 James 7. Cleveland
1471 Lloyd S. Dively
1 5 t-t Theodore O. Tuve
1559 Warren R. Booth
1501 FiOyd L. TouUer
1570 William A. Taylor
.1572 John A. Coffey
1575 Heniy W. lilair
15S(i Clyde O. S ve
ltio:! L.o J. Fiaak
llioii Lawrence Caughennower
1010 Wiilinm Schmid
lia Franklin G. Rogers
1021 George E. Wagner
1B24 .Uifford .Wr. Welty
lij-ii (lustav F. Huhnsen
KitHi Willforj Fiher
1045 Wade i'. 1 aimer
HIIU Uuiseppo Paluniibo
KS51 Caesi'.yr B. Lind.-cy
1059 Adolph M. Lien
Ut(3 Kugeno U. (Jeiitou
1004 Willard J.oius
1071 Aivin J. Vju Cleave
1077 Lawrcucu U. Crook
1057 tiii. hard E. Harbert .
1058 Louis 11. Bartruff
H18S No:,nian W. Davie
1713 Archie 11. Smith
1710 Vera J." Be sit
1717 John L. Lynch
1722 l'oy A. Siioderly
1723 Jos:ph Benedict
1723 Harold Eakin.
172S Harry M. Levy
173S Benj It. Chamberlin
1739 Samuel A. Pitney
1750 Albert B. Stealer
17.58 Matthew li. Ringwttld
1700 Leon V. Polka
1704 Waiter S ailer
17S3 W. Frank Cool;
17S0 Wil um V. Beliuniy
17S7 Hans Olson
1S00 Dn-ieht t. RMchie
ISO!) Ernest F. Powell
lslti William J. irtimp.ion
1S22 Henry- Alliens .
1820 Clarence Dahlen
1827 Willis A. Freo
1 8 2 9 E r e d li -j e di g h e ! m e r
IStl Theodore H. E. Hoffmna
1S4S -Edward SchmLtt
lS53Hi-ard R. Sidvaffer
ISiiri Harry Hak
1803 Axel" Elton
1SUI Frank R. Clark
1805 Lylo J. Ficklin
18ii9 Rudo'.ph II. WaoUer
1870 Frank Hns'l
1877 Benlinrt O. Pade
1878 Civile 55. Stone
1885 Aitinir K. KunUe
1800 1)( negan H. Whgins
issili (ieorge C. Sdiackman
1898 ,loe XL Crahane
18(H) (i rover C. Weaver
1i)0.-i William J. Allms
1910 Harry P. Bist'hoff
1913 Arlie 0. Walker
1933 Joseph Stauffer
1935 Vernon P. Barnes
1938 William A. Dunnigan
151)2 Jim Dick
1955 Chester R. Ridgoway
Applauds Work Of
A telegram received from the Chevrolet Factory this morning
states that the price of the Four Ninety Chevrolet will advance
$50.00 August 1st. All cars on hand and what we will receive
before August 1st will he sold at the old price,' $795.00
All told we will not have over 18 or 20 cars at the above price.
The new price which will be approximately $845.00 will still
be the greatest car value in fhe world for the money but you
have 12 days in which to save $50.00 if you act quickly.
Remember there will be no change in the model,
regardless of what you may hear to the contrary.
DO NOT DELAY - PLACE ORDER NOW
Dont wait until the last of the month or the other
fellow will beat you to it.
F. G. DELANO
A. I. EOFF
246 STATE STREET, SALEM, OREGON
in our new Aims a:- a result of the splen- work may be summed up as an active
did progress made bv the government! against disloyal iufluenees in Am
at Washington since October, 1917.!c";
i iimiiv, on id- question ui puuuc 10
1917 there w.ere several which have
since been put in to force by .govern
'Our first wus to send an over
whelming force to France and recent
legislation passed at tlw request of
Secretary Baker and President Wilson,
provides ways and means for the iilb of
the entire mau power ot the nation; in
between Soissons and Chateau-Thierry.
The town and its environs control tbo
network of communications inside the
Among these ten proposals adopted in ! (ornmii W(J f M, .t mir t insist j b 1 , m ,d
upon full and frank publicity concern-1 the cutting of Vo Hindenburg's pcr
ing govcrninenl activities within the manent communications to the Marno
proper limits of military necessity and would compel him to lcly on a tern
that an aroused public may enlist aUjporary and precarious line, putting al
intellectual and emotional factors in tlie j the Cvrmnn troops left in tho Aisno-.
winning of tho war. Maine pocket on the defensive.
"P,a-e rest assured that the Ameri- 1 " 1
can Defense society now enlarged to a Picciin ' IntprvPnhfin
national organization, having active
oiu sciouu p." r" "; towns, as well as outposts in Hawaii and
termng ot nil enemy sympathizers jlort) &- mhci gtnU(U rcaJv f() fli(
whose conduct imperils or impedes tho j iu e w.,v p0SsibiB tl,e fil'10 work
conduct of tho war; under Iho same wlidl your t:olumittt.0 is ai)ing iu Sl,
propo-al, we lecoiiiinen.l-d more strin-; M ' neo(,3Savv illformatiOI1 to ,ho
gent actio,, against disloyal Americans. , A;LM.u.nn p00I)le."
Recent increased activity on the part1 , ,
of (lie federal otficials, including the
Department of Justice, we believe, is
having n marked effect on enemy teyin
pathizers; the prosecution of the De-
GENERAL FCCH IS
(Continued from page one)
partmeut- of Justice in the cases of tli.'jto an Anierican-Frencli advance toward
-Masses -Magazine and the Sinn Fein agi-( the important junction of Oulchy-Le-tutors;
the wholesale indictment of dis-jChateaun, on a direct line and mid-way
loyal Americans by Federal Grand Jur- '
ies in all parts of the country; the suc-
cessful prosecution of the case against.
Rose Pastor Stokes; all this action, we
In Japanese Council
Tokio, July 20. An extraordinary
diplomatic council was held today, fol
lowing a special cabinet session yes
terday at which the proposal for Japanese-American
intervention in Siboria
was discussed. Final settlement of the
question was expected to be announced
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
believe, entities oir Federal officials to!
the highest commendation.
"Our proposal that the government j
sequestrut.; all property owned by cue-!
my non-residents, coperate or individual
has already been met "10 appoint-i
ment of an -Alien enemy custodian. J
"Our proposal that congress be ask-j
;d to declare a state of war existing i
with Austria has been adopted by cong-
ress. , I
'Wo are still pledged to a law pro-!
viding for the universal military train- j
in o- of Americans betwen the ages of IS,
T'liqaalified praise of the great pro- anil i ami nuewiso a w ur8,..K
gross made by tlw administration in war w tl.u.ua
plans and accomplishments, especially tion of newspnpers and magazines :n tue
since October, 1917; is contained in an German language during the war.
opeu letter to George Creel, chairman of I " 1" the proposal that various autliori
tho committee on public information, 'ties forbid the compulsory study of Uer
made public today by Mr. H. U. Craig,! man iu the public schools, wo ar,e glad
Do You Save
All You Can?
You can save by selling your junk. Why sell it for
50c when you get of die Western Junk Co. ope dollar?
We have put in a truck to do country service. So let
us know when you have anything.
to report that constant progress is being
made throughout the country.
"In general, much of our present
That's odd, they Put
THINGS OUT FOR flETO
.SlUH UPON - 51XTV YtfK&'
U60, ANO HRB TMIt Kt,
a'crotarv of the American Defense so
Much interest is attached to the com
mendatory paragraphs in the letter ia
view of the fact that the society now
I paying tribute to the work of the ad-
musiruiin nas long ueeii cvumcu um
of the most radical supporters of strong
er war measures by tho government.
Among the things for which the ad
ministration is warmly coumic'.ded is
the recent progress mail? in seuding
troops abroad, tho stricter enforcement
of laws against enemy aliens aud sym
pathizer, in sequestration of enemy pro
perty and the d-'claration of war against
The letter to Mr. Cieel reads:
We take pleasure in sending you en
closed herewith for your official rec
ords, he uew Aims of the American De- ComnUte iiutrvctions for horn.
feme society, which organization, as you! canning and drying will b. Mnt to
know, made up largely of friends of ' tk. r,ader of thia papor upon ppli
those at the front, is ' unqualifiedly, cation to tho National War Garden
pledged to help the government win the I C omnia. ion, Wuhinfton, D. C, on
war. -. I do. in a two-coat itinp for poataao.
"We feel that yoa will be interested ' H
;f sun drvimg"!
I m aw.
Woolen Rags, 5Ve lb.
Clean Cotton Rags, 2c lb.
Shoddy Rags, 1c lb.
No. 1 Sacks, 15c; other sacks accordingly.
Think Tin's Over
Copper, 18c to 20c per lb.
H. Brass, 16e to 20c per lb.
L. Brass, lOc per lb.
Lead and Zinc, 5c lb.
Rubber, No. 1 B. S., lb.,. 6c
Auto Tire, per lb 3c
Inner Tube, per lb. . 8c
Bike Tire, per lb. 2K
Galvanized hop wire, $50 p$r ton.
f. o. b. Salem.
Old leather shoes, 23c per ewt.
We have put in a truck to do Country Service, so let
us know when you have anything.
Iron Stoves, per cwt. .
Wrought Iron, per cwt. .
Rails, per cwt. . -
Beer, quarts, 30c dozen.
Bcr, pints, 20e dozen.
Whiskey, quarts, 18c dozen.
Mixed quart bottles, 10c dozen.
WESTERN JUNK CO.
Salem's Leading Junk Dealers.
Cor. Center and N. Com'l Sts. Phone 706use it