" SALEM, OBBGOJI MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1918. EIGHT SOMETHING NEW IN HOUSE DRESSES Just Received. They are nice new styles that will please alL They are made of good quality cham brays, percales, and ginghams of nice attractive colors and patterns. THEY ARE JUST WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR, AND WILL GO FAST AT " $2-98 and $398 YOU WILL ALWAYS GET THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY AT THE Incorpo, PERSONALS J E. Rom of Bend is In the city regis tered at the Bligh. J L. Calvert of Grants Pass in in the eity. . B. 8. Wakefield and wifo of Creswell Were Hnlem visitors Sundnv. Mrs. Hattie V. Webb of Trent, Ore gon, is in the city. M. B. Shea was in Salem yesterday from Hilverton. J It Hsey of Coneomlcy is attend ing to business mutttrs in Salem to day. H. K. Marky of Donald is registered at the Bligh. f Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Gardner and Mr. nd Mrs. John Mover left today for a drive over the McKenzie pass. Sergeant Karl Hinges is homo from New York on a furlough. Ho to instruc tor of bomb throwing. Levi llalmer, who is working in the Ship yards Is home for a day. Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Lafler end Mr. and Mrs. Dr. O. L. Scott drove to Tilla mook Saturday and returned this morning. Mrs. Klmira -Jones of 1'ortland is In the city tho guest of her daughters Mrs. Jamts Gruhum and Mm. A. L. Houniard. Arthur Buchtel of Portland is spend ing part of his vacation with his bro ther Fred Buchtel. Ho is with the ounty clerk's office in Portland. U. 0, Boyer county clerk, is taking his summer vacation in Washington. He will be away about ono week. J. D. Sutherland left yesterday for Grants Pass and will spend a ten day . (vacation in that vicinity. Asahel Bush loft for the the cast yes terday, where he expects to enlist in the aviation service Ho has completed the Portland Y. M. C. A. school of radio course and will now tuko up the sub ject of aeronautics. Clay C Miller of Oregon City is in fiulom, a guest of his sister Mr. Wal ter L. Spatilding. Within a short time lie will enter a military training school. Linn 0. Smith, for nine years paying teller of tho U. S. National bank, is e-nco more back on tho job, having as eumed liia duties thin morning. For the past year or so he has been with the Federal Kesorvo bank at Portlund. Died 1918 rtll-I.ER. In the city August 1918 M. O. Fuller at the age of lit. The body was shipped today by the Rigdon company to Eugene for burial lYOUNO. In tho city August 3 11118. Levi Young. The body was forword ed this morning to Portland. Funer al services will be held Tuesday after Jkmm at the Crematorium, I; GET MORE MILES t WW V 1 use a U .. i LYDON SPEEDLER I am so thoroughly convinced by actual test of the merit of the Lydon Speedlor that I want all my friends and their friends to know about it. It cost yon nothing to own a Lydon Speed ier bocause it saves its price in a month. It is the biggest value for 5 that I know of Fits every car. I have taken the general agency for this territory and want a live agent in each town. See or write lire at once and let me explain and demonstrate. joiind.caughell' Box 193 Salem, Ore. Phone 1447 Exclusive Distributor , Born BOYD. To Mr. and Mrs. Ford Boyd, 445 Turner street, Salem, August 3, 1918, a son. State House Notes The 25 per cent increase in freight rates on fresh and canned fruits und vegetables and fruit juices will be attacked by the public servile commis sions of Oregon, Washington and Idaho 'in a comiluint which will be filed at once with tho interstate commorce commission- The Oregon commission today wired 0. O. Cablerhead, representative of the Washiugton commission who is at the national capital, authority to sign the complaint for this commission. Tho Oregon commission also was asked to join with the other two stntes in attacking the 10 por cent increase in express rales, which it probably do, although the commission announced it Was not so much interested in that case as it ds in the freight rate increase. Dr. W. H. Lytic, state veterinarian, today ordered the railroad stock yards at La Groude to bo closed until they are cleaned and disinfected. Ho took this action because of tho presence Of sheep scab. Ho says he probably will to Laii ramie to personally in spect the yards. Two 'inmate escaped from tho Ore gon state hospital lust night, but one i was retaken today. They are J. D. Peffly, committed from Jackson coun ty, and Edwin Skog, committed from Multnomah. Skog was rocapturoa. Peffly wai seen near Tumor, according to reports received at the hospital. They made t,heir escape- toy prying loose the bars to a window. Articles of incorporation were filed today by the North Pncitic Spilto com pany' of Portland, which has a eapital stock of 2&,O00.. Tho incorporators aro 0. X. Verstceg, and Lugeno Brook inirs. The Bowers Abstract Company of Tinker also fied articles. Tho company has a eapitul stock of $20,000. The iiiCTnnorators ere W. S.Jlowors, Nettie C. llowers and V. K Tribolot. Harry M. Levy, a member of the lo cnl lodge of Elks, writes to his friends hero from Camp Lewis as follows: nm now a full fledged soldier and can truthfully snv I am glad of it and rnrin' to go. Saw Lloyd Rigdon Sun day but I am not allowed to look him up while I am in quarantine. The bunch I came with from SJiilt'in is all split up, with only about in my company. I was agreeably surprised at tho treat ment accorded us. The officers hov tlm utmost consideration." I am getting six more miles per gallon of gasoline, 20 per cent more power from my engine and freedom from carbon troubles. I am saving dollars every month instead of wastintr thpm in un necessary gasoline. All because i tor All Around Town Coming Events TONIGHT Aug. 5. Private 0 'Kourke at armory, 2d Battalion benefit. Aug. 8-9-10 "Pershing's tru sailors" at Liberty Theater. Aug. 7. Annual Meeting of Wisconsin Society. Aug. 15 Membership meeting of Salem Commercial tlub. Aug- 17. Annual Meeting of Iowa Society. "The funeral beautiful. "-.Webb Clough Co. Dr. Mendelsohn, the eye specialist, will return Sept. 1st. tf Saturday afternoon two marriage 11 censes were issued: James W. Anderson 21. a truck driver of Portland and Kuth Kress, 27. of Salem. Also to Oliv er M. .Shields, 19 a laborer of Portland aiul Winnie K. Allen, 19, of Silvcrton ...."The best' death comes. Phone 120. is all yon can do when Call Webb & Clough Co tf. ....We gell for cash Commencing July 1st wo will conduct our business on a strictly cash basis. Patton's Book Store. tf. ' Salem's official flower, the gladiolus mny be seen in all its beauty in the show windows of C. B. Claneey on lib erty street. The several varieties were grown mostly by Cha.. V. Galloway and Dr. J. H. Fairchild. At the next state fair a cup will be offered for the fin est showing cf the gladiolus grown in a Salem garden. Dr. Schenk's offices will be closed from Aug. 3rd to Sept. 8, 1918. 9-3 ....Irrigation... Even., numbers,.. Mon, Wed., Fri., and Sun. Odd numbers, Tues. Thurs., Sat. and Sun. .Even numbers are on the south and east 'side of street. Odd numbers are on north and west side of street. tf. o A Ford belonging to B. J. Hendricks yas stolen last evening from his home. As tho convict who escaped yesterday was a Ford expert it is thought that he helped himself to tho car. Ab thero was but little gasoline in tho tank, it is thought he could not get very far with tho car. o Dr. Davis-Bean will answer calls out of office hours on tho farm Phone 58F 13. 8-6 Dr. 0. A. Olsen, dentist Just return ed from the east, where he has taken special work in Orthodontia. 212 Ma sonic bldg. 8-5 o There is nothing much doing in the way of civil service examinations. About the only one in sight is that for railway mail clerk August 10, o H. A. Johnson, fire insurance agency does a general fire insiiran&e business, both mutual and old line companies. 1 and 2 Bush bank bldg. Phone 347. B-3 Ernest Feller sort of James Feller was arrested this morning at Bend, charged with larceity by bailee. It seems h had some trouble with his wife and had started for California in mi automobile with his small son. There was a mortgage on the nuto and the warrant was sworn out mainly to keep the boy in Oregon. Dr. A. Slaughter's office will be clos ed during August. o Owing to the ever increasing price iu provisions, we are forced to change our price from 30c to 35c after August ", for our regular dinners and suppers. Wo will still continue to serve short or ders from 6 to 8:30 a. m. Our Sunday ehickv.'n dinners from 12 to 2:30 nt 40e. Cherry City Restnurnnt, 18(i South High. Private Michael O'Rourke, who will lecture this evening at the armory as a 2d battalion benefit, mis a private secretary who tinvels with him. And besides tho private secretary, he has an advance man. The lecture tins even ing, according to all reports will be one of tho most interesting direct from the front talks that has ever been de livered in Salem. , . o According to the police, it isn't the old offenders that cause most of the trouble in the world, but tho young boys from 17 to 20 years of nge. Sun day afternoon two Portland youngsters Claud Ryan, 19, and Stanley Karens. 18, were arretted in Salem, charged with stealing an automobile. This morn ing they were turned over to Portland officers. Gnrcus had formerly served in the reform school. o Pascal L. Taglio, backed his car into another car in front of Vick Tiro, this morning, and according to the police, didn 't take the trouble to find out what damage was dont. The man whose car was backed into got Troglio's car num ber and complained to the police. After a little conversation with an officer, Mr. Traglio gave an order to Vick's to have the damaged car repaired. o ' Mill run" is the latest thing in the feed market and purchasers who have been accustomed to calling for either bran or shorts will now find it neces sary to call for "mill run." Hereafter mills w ill run together bran and shorts and middling and tho combination feed is the new feed. The new price estab r" i lished on flour will become effective in Salem within a few days. Lee L. Gilbert, distribute for the El gin Six announces that he has just cstab lished a Simonizing station for the re finishing of machines. This is a patent process that Mr. Gilbert savs will bring back tlis lustre nd original color and that i protects the paint and varnish ralncr than injuring it. The police are after a lot of boys living on the fair grounds road near Summer and Highland streets who have been throwing stones and gravel at passing automobiles Lest evening after dark, several boys were engag ed in throwing stones and parties were hit and the windshield of a Dodge au tomobile broken. As there has been many complaints especially about the boys in that neighborhood the police intend to break up this stone throwing habit, even if it is necessary to send some of tho youngsters to the reform school Another patriotic) organization ban been formed to be known as ' The Am erican Commission for Devastated France, of which Miss Cornelia Mar vin state librarian, has been appointed K'hairman of the educational commit tee. Although there is no local organ ization, many people in Salem have been contributing garments. The Wom an s KelH'f Lorps has been piecing quilts to bo lorwarded to Franco and the Ladies of Isabella have been mak ing and forwarding children's gar ments. Tho shipment from the north west will be forwarded September 15, from Portland. Max Solof was arrested yesterday af ternoon charged with purchasing junk from persons under the ag.o of 21 years. According to the city ordinances, it is unlawful to purchase from minors un less the youth is properly vouched for by his parents. In this case, Solof, ac cording to the records which he is oblig ed to make out every day, was careless iu putting- down the ago of the young man who sold the junk. The young man said ho wj from Albany and tlie report of the purchase it is alleged ,gave his age 21 years wlten he was really young er. Tho case will come up for trial Tuesday morning before City Recorder Race. ...... Ambulance Transport Sunk By Submarine i London, Aug. 5. The ambu- lance transport Warildn was tor- pedoed and sunk Saturday whilo homeward bound and 110 persons aro missing, tho admiralty an- unuueed this afternoon. Tlvs missing include one Am- erican soldier and seven -mem- bei's of tho transport's crew. Many Inquiries From Other States About Salem Frank J. Chapman, mnnager of the Snlem Commercial : club, says he is re ceiving quite a number of letters from all parts of the United States wherein inquiries aro made for farming lands. Today letters wcro received from parties living at Mmina, Florida, Bellinglinin, Wn., Monrovia, Calif., Emporia, Kansas and Salt Lak.9 City. As Mr. Chapman is familiar with tho farms in this section, he Is not only sending to ench inquny the regulation printed literature, but al so writing a letter to eaclj address giv ing information that the average home- sceker is after. Many inquiries aro made regarding road conditions as most of the prospective buyers expect to di'ivo into the W ulamet.to valley to investi gate farming possibilities. Federal Judffe Landis Rules Against Defense Chicnco. Ani". 5. Federal Judge Lnnrfis today ruled against the defense 1. W. W. trial in its attempt to submit as evidence the thirteen volume report of the industrial relations commission. This ruling it is said will materially shorten the case. .Franeig Miller of Providence, R. I., a member of the cxecutivo committee of tho organization testified the aim of the I. W. W. is to eliminate all non-pr;ikliicors. On cross-examination he said he is opposed to all war. O. F. Blnin, an attorney of Seattle, testified ho was approaied by the governor of Washington to investigate the I. W. W. in that state and that he had interviewed hundreds of them, in jail and out of jail. He found, ho said, that few had failed to register under the draft. In his testimony he gave them a clean bill of health- CAN THE KAISER Th bad way to t about it is to ft rdj tor winter by ctnninf vege Uble and fruit. Free book of in. traction on canning and drying may bo bad from tba National War Garden CommUiion, Washington, D. C for two cent to pay poctaao. a SIBERIANS PLEASED WITH ALLIED PLAN Independent Government Pro mises Fullest Co-Opera-tion Possible Washington, Aug. 5. Inspired by the announced intention of America and Japan to aid the cause of Russia, the independent government of Siberia has declared that its intention of re establishing a well-disciplined Russian army to cooperate with the allies in rebuilding a battle front against Ger many, it was reported here today. The Siberian government's assuran ces 'were contained in a statement issued by the Russian embassy here to day which holds out the hope of a unified Russia under a central all Sussdan authority which will be gener ally recognized. "Siberia, being an inseparable part of United Russia," the statement said, "tho temporary government of Siberia believes it to be its first duty to safe guard in the territory of Siberia the interests of tho whole of Russia and to recognize all of the internatdon.il treat ies and agreements of Russia ,with friendly nations which were in force until the 25th of October, 1917, the moment of the Bolsheviki uprising. The Siberian government intends to establish good order in Siberia and to begin the reconstruction of a unified Russia and the creation of a central all-Russia authorized government which would.be generally recognized. "To that end,'' the statement says, "it plans the convocation of the re gional Siberian duina as well as the national representative assembly on the basis of universal suffrage. At the same time, it will reestablish the or gans of local and municipal solf-govern-ment and will enforce guarantees of individual liberty and the right of pri vate property. Tho laws established during the Bolshoviki domination have to be liquidated. The government will include representatives of the Bour- goiesie classes." Additional reports receavea ry me embassy state that in the municipal election just completed in Vladivostok, 69 per cent of the votes were cast by the Bourgeoisie and moderafe socialist parties. The Bolsheviki poled tl per cent. Everywhere the population belonging to the .different classes! and political groups has manifested great interest and sympathy in the organization cf their army, which is intended to re establish . together with tho allies a battle front against Germany. WILL AID FARMERS , 10 War Finance Corpiration Has Greatly Broadened Scope Of Plans Wnshincton. Auu. 5. The war fi- nnncA cornnratinn todav broadened the aeniin nf ita nlnn to aid the farmers in war production. Following closely the announcement that tinancial am would be extended to stock raising interests, it, was learned todav that tho war finance corporation will make advances through federal reserve DanKs to aid in the movement of crops. Heavy war drains upon rural nnan cial institutions have handicapped the farmors in obtaining money to carry them through their harvesting ana nandling of grain. These needs have bieei nommuniilted to .the treasury department and the war finaneo cor poration today authorized the -federal resorvo banks in San Francisco, Dal las, Minneai0'lis, Kansas City, St. Lou is, Atlanta and Richmond to receive applications from all banks in tlwdr respective territories for loans for crop movement. The war finance corporation through the federal reserve banks will advance up to 75 per cent of the amount of loans made to the farmers by the local banks. It will extend 100 per cent credit if 33 1-3 per cent additional collateral is provided by the local banks. The terms of tho loan provide interest of six ner cent nnd final navment in foni months. Tho Rpcuritv musf show that the loan actually is mad'e for handling crops. I WANT TO BUY Your Jurtk and give yon a square business deal I always pay the highest cash prices. I WANT YOUR SACKS AND BAGS I buy all kinds of used goods, 2nd hand furni ture, rubber and junk. Get my prices befort you sell. THE CAPITAL JUNX CO. The Square Deal House 271 Chemekcta Street Phone 333 ' and Money Saving- Bargains On All Summer Goods. Voiles, Tissues, Crepes, Beach Cloth, Lace and Fancy Voiles, Benga lees and many other lines of piece goods now go at Reduced prices. Fancy voiles at 17c, 19c 23c, 49c, yard. Beach Cloth 49c a yard Our Prices Always the Lowest. GALE & COMPANY COMMERCIAL and COURT STREETS, FORMERLY CHICAGO 8TORB PHONE 1072 T L Until That Time Comes There Must Be No Discussion 1 OfPeace London, Aug. 5. "The war has got to be won and it is not won yet," de clared Winston Churchill, minister of munitions, in writing to Sir Georg.e Kit chic, chairman of tho Dundee Liberal association, regarding Lord Lansdowncs "peace" letter. "These facts dominate every form of argument not arising from desponden cy or treason. Appearance of power is with tho enemy; reality of power is with us, Peace now would for all time register and rivet "pon tho world an appearance of German power, taken at its culminating point. It would forever deny other nations the heritage of real ity. Aro we to doom our children to ac cept for all time tho Germans at tneir own valuation f To do so would d-.'fraud and defile the destiny of mankind. 4 Why should wo seek peace at the moment when the German is declining and America is beginning! That is what Lansdowne bemeches us to do. "President Wilson has spoken the only words which in theso days should bo heard in tho councils and casnps of the allies: " 'Force without stint; force without restraint; force to tho utmost limit.' "Two separate conditions aro requir ed of the Germans. First decisive defeat in the field and second they should of their own free will, definitely br.'jnk with the system which led them into so many fearful and monstrous crimes. Not until then should they be allowed to enter tho league of nations." Paper Mills Listed As 'Essential Industries Washington, Aug. 5. The'Var indus tries board today announced that paper mills haw been listed as an essential industry antler coal priority regulations anil placed in class four. A publishers' committee meeting with the pulp and paper section agreed, it was said, that newspapers should cur tail newsprint space 13 per cent in daily A CANNY FAMILY Portrait of a family smile brought about by successful canning and dry ing. Free book of instructions on canning and drying may be bad from the National War Garden Commission, Washington, O. C, for two cents to pay postage. IllS READY FOR COMPANY -the, jarioi . ih? cellar:? This scene will be duplicated any where in the Lh S. A. this winter, and company may stay to tea, if youi shelves are full of canned goods. Free book of instruction on canning and drying may be had from the National War Garden Commission, Washing ton, D. C, for two cents to paj postage. editions and 20 per cent in Sunday cdU tions. Advertising is not, affected. Publishers and officials believe tho saving may bo effected through discon tinuance of wasteful practices and re duction in news matter. L.M.HUM eare of YickSoTong Chinese Medicine and Tea 0. Has medicine which will enrs any known disease. Opn Sundayi from 10 e, m, on til 8 p, id. 153 Sout'i High St. Balem, Oregon. Phone 183 WANTED, JUNK And All Kinds of (2nd Hand fOOdS. roll Market Prices Special races paw lor Backs. Get our prices beore yon sell. THE TEOPLE'S JUNK ft 2ND HAND STORE . 271 N. Com'l St. Phone 73 I - Used Furniture Wanted ! Highest Cash Prices Paid for Used Furniture - . E. Is. STIFF ft SON Phone 941 or 608 ' ' 1 " W A L HARRIS &S0N ! Hopmere, Oregon. Buy Grain And Hay Packs for Sale at Warehouse. It may be to your Advantage to get our Price?.