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DO YOU" KNOW" WHY - --There's to Than Ona Way cf EeliiefGiit ofYKeaa i? gs
MEve(i CVEH OFFER.
1 TO t-vHl-P MET
1 vwtrw rwe DSHi.S
I CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT. 1
I QUICK REFERENCE TO FIRMS THAT GIVE SERVICE
1 WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEETWE RECOMEND OUR ADVERTISERS 8
SWrer Electri Co, Masonic, Temple, 127 North High
X)B EEXT Business location at 162 i
north -Commercial, will remodel to '
suit tenant. See E. M. Klinr-er, 4(.'l i
State street, Salem. tf
BILLARD FABLOR for rent, with orj
without fixtures; will remodel toj
auit tenant; best location in city. E.
M. Klinger. 46 State street, Salem, tf
1RS. B. E. WHITE AXD B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians and
erve specialists. Graduates of Am
erican school of Osteopathy. Kirk
ville, Mo. Post graduate and spec
ialized in nervous diseases at Los
Angeles College. Offices 505-308 Nat
Bank Itldg. Phono Sj.i. Residence,
1620 Court. Phone 2215. Dr. White
Kes. Phone 4(W.
JR. T. L. CTTER, RENTE T, ROOMS
413-414. Bank of Commerce building.
Phone M)m -'-""
IR. CARL MILLER DENTIST. R(X)M
414 Bank of Commerce Building.
JuLEM WATER COMPANr-Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
THE FIX1T SHOP Let i repair and
Sharpen vour lawn mowers. 267 Court
Phone 1022. tf
STOVES. REBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 years experience, Depot, National
and American fence.
Siies 2(1 to 58 in high
Paints, oil and varnish, etc.
Iasgunberrr and hop hooks.
Snlcm Fence and Stove Works.
250 Court street. Thone 124
hA Bit ol Popular Science
Eemorable Grip Handle.
N the principle that
piece of baggage
without a handle is
such an awkward
thing to carry that
no thief, unless
drnen to despera
tion, would think of
trying to carry otf
such a piece, a new
las been designed.
His efforts to get away with the lac
Rae UiioVr the circumstances would
make him particularly convpic-.icii and
probably l-ad to his capture, so it is ex
tremely probable that, no matter how
rich the booty might be thought to he,
the would be thief would tiunk a kuvg
time about it lfore he would undertake
to carry of! a trawling bag without a
In this particular ca-f, the removal
of the handle automatically causes the
liking of the bt. so that tiwre k a
- - D
j Ktm Limb Sapport
Tets of a new limb support wtildi
tare been made in a hospital in this
country have proved so satisfactory that
a Red Cross unit will take one of the
devices to France, together -with speci
fc cations for snaking oihers tf desired
As illustrated and deBcnbed m the De
cember Popular Mechanics Maamie. it
cwsi-.t ot a bammock bke sJing n
jwnded from a steel arm that can be at
tsciicd eir to bed of a wheel -cLiir.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THUS. ft. FORD
Over Lsidd & Bush bank; Salem Oregon
FEDERAL FARM LOANS 6ft per
e.ent 31 years time. A. C. Bohrnstedt,
4ul Masonic Temple, Snlcm, Oregon,
FOR SALE 2."0 acres, 100 in cultiva
tion balance in pasture and timber
Fine stream of water, good buildings
and good road. J-4 mile trom a live
ly saw mill town. Will take good
house and lot in Salem as part pay
ment. Price per acre. Phonp 4i0
Square Deal Realty Company. U. 8.
Bank Building, Snlcm. . ill
IMPROVED 10 acres, 5 miles from
Salem, for rooming house not over
f4O00 l.quitv in li acres, for Salem
residence, not over $3000, price W-'iOQ
b-10 acres millions of feet of f,w tim
ber, plenty of water, 3 miles from
bw mill on the railroad; good stock
proposition. Will take $3000 in trade
balance cash. Easy terms, $15 per
acre. Socolofskv. 341 State street ft-1
FOR A WOOD SAW Phone 10PO-R
12.V) N. Summer St. Our prices are
riirlit. W. M. Zander, proprietor- 9-19
BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE
Men's clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry,
watches, tools, musical instruments,
bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit
cases, trunk, eamcras. typewriters
find furniture. Capitnl Exchange 337
Court street. Phone 49.
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Bool
proyirietor. Gnrlagf aad refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
Its special feature is the freedom of
movement tha; it affords the patient. Ey
means of a rope and pulleys the shut;
can be raised or lowered, while the suit
porting arm permits h to swing tram
side to side.
The constant danprer of earthijual-
stands in the way of the development o
tits water tails of Japan.
4 Upplg Mw-bine,
Women in Ked Cr, . pronp-, Vtso
have bitcred their bands nuking cl p
p:r?s trom cloths with which to till tra"
Usri: (.iUows for our army hospita's w II
welcome a new mariir.ic, dicriled ..d
pictur.d in the Dccrir.!r I'upular Mr
chanirj Mazarine, t"iat dips. about eigirt
times as last as a person can with a pair
of shears. Jt is provided with fuur
knives, mounted l:kc the spokes of a
wheel, wi.ich are turned on an axis ly
means of a handle. As they revolve
tbey pass a stationary blade, across
which torn strips of the proper width
are fed by means of two rollers.
la an attempt to increase f eailility
and efficiency, an adjustable ptcfi pro
peller ha? bee developed for areophnes,
says the December Popular Mohanics
Magazine in an illustrated article. Both
bl-xk and flying tests have been conduct
ed and satisfactory results reported.
" e, ctnw-lir.n has bee
avoidfd and poile control provided.
A mWt can rtafitre tne prrrpeiier pircn
while in full fl:jtst and lhi make eom
pcnialion tut whoever aunesptvene turn-
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 191S.
i'm jur Riinr oev ? - , - fHoiwioTl
pv I uPi '-- ?'r owb eeTTeaj
fxsvto AfsMo FihjSh 'em . - .. .. LEfwe rneJi
ON SHORT NOTICE f
at reasonable rates. Yard and eesa
pools cleaned. Office phone, Main
2247. Resideuce Main 2272.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
lleConiack hall on every Tuesday
at . P. Audresen, C. C. P. 3. KunU
K. B. & 8.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMEBIC
Oregon Cedar Camp Ko. 5248 meet
every 3rd and 4th Thur. eve, 6 o'eiuek
in Derby building, corner Court and
Hi-ih streets. R. F. Day, V. C.j P. J.
SALEM Hl'MANE SOCIETY D. D.
Kee'er, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson.
eeeretury. All eases of eruelty or ne
glect of dumb auimals should be re
ported to. the secretay for investiga
tion. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF
''Oregon Grape Camp"
niuets avery Thurstmy
Derby building, Court Irnd High St
Mrs.' Pearl Courier, 214 Court St.
oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, record
er 1415 ST. 4th St. Phone 1436M.
VNITED AKT18ANS -Capital Assem
bly No. K4 meet first Thursday of
each month, tit 8 p. ni in 1. O. 6. F.
Bull. Norma L. Terwilliger, M. A.;
C. A. Yibbrrt, secretary, 34Q Owen
BRING YOUR TRADES
l can match you. C. W. Tfieuieyor, Real
8tat6 Ag.-nt, Canada Lands, 544 State
i OurWantAdswil dwxjS
U)Gy dear uieroadcyaican
; fetyourwant Tin cr.v
dition is encountered. He accomplisbes
this even m.irc easily than a mu-orist
shifts the transmission gears of his car.
in purpose id cflr-ct the two operations
arc practically analogous.
Alnmiiiup Weld r,
Wlint is call.'d a modin.d weKfmg
process lo n air Irokru aluminum 'wtrts
lias been dev-loped. The C'Ikc- of tiie
metal to ! - coiiMjhdatcd are rkared, s
with g-ilin-! and a v.irc brn-h, V, (low
ed 1 fiiiu-;, and llirn 4 soldi r is i.p
pl -d v.ith the anl of a Llow tortl: to" tin
tine sui Ida -,, to be joim.d. 1'maJly the
part a-e bronglit toi'e'her trj a torch
ui d tog.ll -r w,t!i solJcr, whidi is in
troducid m o the era- k in a pasty form.
The company lias issued a sheet of OJ
rectioiia which emphasize that the pro
cess des not u!iject the me'il to rxces
fve heat rtraitis.
Shower la Holders' kill.
Think of put:irtg a shower bath is the
soldier's kit along w.tli the cigarettes,
chocolate, pins and needles and such in
cidentals. The idea of a shower bath
is generally associated with an elab
orate arrangesnetst of pipe and curtains,
which puts it without the lines of porta
bility. Cut a c'd shower bath in compact
(urn has been recently invented by a
member of the United State Marine
Corps wlikb is of such dunetuiotts that
it may be easily carried among Hit trap
p:rtffs of the soldier.
The bucket t a folding one, smvie
of canvas, with a chambered stock prw
jeetisf tkUKti lh buUuos. Wbca at I
J0 WANif lms
Wheat, soft white $22.05
Wheat, lower grade on sample
Parley, ton K0
jlay, clover, new $21
Hay, cheat, new $23
Hav, oat $25
Mill run $3fl(?r37
Dry white beaut 7.7ftc
Creamery butler 55c
Pork, Veal and Mutton
IPork.ou fjot 17(0 lsvi-r
Veal, fancy l"17Vjc
Spring lambs He
lEwos...-- - - 46
Lambi, yearling! C(a'7c
Eggs and Poultry
Eggs, cash 41c.
Heus, dressed, pound 81c
Old roosters lSWlSe
Broilers, live , 21(g23c
Hens, pound l!4-uc
Potatoes, new, California 4c
Potatoes, local, new 3Vic
lOnions, Walla Walla $3,
Carrots . .. 2Vi0
Tomatoes, crato 9"e
Preou peppers ....
Lemons, box 8.50(59.50
Dromedary datei ..... $0
Creamery butter . 60c
Flour, hard wheat $J(g3.23
Country butter 65c
Ei'ifs, Uoxen 45ff-50c
Sugar sales limited to two pounds in
Sulom and 5 pounds to rural purchasers.
For canning purposes 25 lbs. at one
Portland. Or., Aug. 20. Butter, city
Eggs, suleeted local ex. 48-32c
" Hens 23(o'25k
Cheese triplets 30c
desired to make use of the bath, the
bucket is filled and hung on a tree bough
or other convenient place overhead.
For moden re-iiiir'-meriis, ronrre. .
pil'-s havi.ig .m s, tin. ii 1l. than 14
inches iiar-, or siuiv.ile?t area, should
never be used li vr M) frrt long
. -o .
ltlaiiket for Ilnby.
The pr..t,l'-m of k--;.:fg th- baby cov
ered is one which hat to be met in near
ly every household. The r stlc little,
bit ol iiuniaOi'ty will k -k out of the 1m d
clothing and epose itself t the chilly
tttby't fettiveness in bed has defied
the iiiKcniirty of many (mid parents,
have devised in ra n schemes consist
ing of cmbniations of belts, bands md
safety ptns with toe object of keeping
the bttle one properly covered.
This may be accomplished by means
of a blasJtet with armholrs in it iiaby't
arms are thrust through these, and the
remainder of toe blanket is swathed
around its body, so (tut. while it is cov
ered, its arms enjoy a certain amount of
War riagse From PgypL
One of the most ancient of known
diseases is threarrtitig the ,newe4 of
modern armies. It hat already done a
lot of smscbwf in the present war, and
at all costs oar fighting mea ia Etirop
mast be protected against it
It is the so-called "Kgyptiaa cphthll
sua, wLivJb frcvicu iuuopcaa war)
Tone of market 2oc up
Prime steeu $l2.30((i. 13.50
Choke to good steers llyf 12
Medium to good steeri $9.7 3tf 11
Fair to medium steers $S.7o(i 9.73
Common to fair steers $5.7."h 8.73
Choice cowg and heifers $S.2.'HqS."3
Medium to good cows and heifers
Fair to medium eowi and heifors
Bulls $3.2.X;I 7.75
Calves $8.73(0 11.73
Stockers and fee.leis $0.23(5 8.25
Receipts 476 '.- ,
Ton,, of market steady, unchanged
Prime mixed $19 50(n'20
Medium mixed $19n 19.50
Rough heavies $17.50( 1S.30
Bulk $19.25(3 19.50
Ton,, of market steady, unchanged
Best lambs $Uui l5
Medium to good Iambi $1113
Yearling HK6 11-75
Wether 9(u 10.50
Ewes $7(ii,9 ,
We will pay $2.75 per hund
red delivered at Salem.
Price based on 4 per cent
Marion Creamery & Produce
Phone 2488 Salem, O.
Our Want Ads
are the Bait that
catch the Big Fish
Result! Try one in
lias disabled tei-.i cf thousands of sot-di'-rs.
laiiulint: them in lame iii:mb rr?
Tlii '. eje dix-avr, kuovva to mud-rn
medic?' science s "trachmn," woik-.-d
havoc in the Japanese war. The pres
ent couHirt lias brought it a;:ain to the
front, the mulady being fttdied 1 1
Fran-c ' y soldiers and laborers fr i.n
So great has been the prevalence "t
this dreaded malady m ;iim:."s for many
ceiitiiriis pant that it used to In: (ailed
"miliUtiy ophthalmia " Hut in reality
it is as old at tliu Nil--, the siiuooii and
Help (r fluid Heads.
When a man loses Lis l;.nr, hit scalp
(having no grosiing crop to support J
b-xoims nu-It tliiiiiu r, and the sLi 1 1 ii
so siie:.licd over his xl.till as to aupii.s
a ni jtU and (Hjlt4ird awaranrc.
N.itnre (alvia.vs regardful of the iiit
pin -s of her ircatiiH; provub-s 111 litis
way a "rii.k" for Hies lhat have a
It iv Laid on the bald headed mall,
w no deterves irm- h rm . sympathy than
be gits. Keveithilns. a contrivance
for his relief has been invented.
lite man with the denuded cranium,
ccupyiiig a roikmg rhair provi-hd wiih
this contrivance, may comfortably rock,
whi!" automatically, so tj speak, the
taseb-d cloth tiiat waves about bit head
makes him safe against fly attack.
Cerrert Writiaf Failtlo.
A "writing glove" has been designed
for the purpose of making tlx student
of the chirographic art start properly on
It has been reaHied lately that unless
svisne attempt is made to rescue it, writ
ing will become lost art becaase of
tlia general ase of machines for the
purpose, and an effort is being made m
educatuistaJ circles to base a Uuic more
attemoa siren to the subject.
"The "glove" bas been invented with
the object of compelling the student of
wrung to start properly by obia.aiit
fsf lis paper E fist-f
(Sergeant Slowed He
Knew Somethng Of
By Frank J. Taylor
(I'nited Press staff correspondent)
With the American Armies in France
July 14. (Hy mail) A certain Ameri
can general wanted support trench
dug across a flat spot in au Ameri.su
sector. The trench would be two miles
Ordinarily it would have been easy
to dig. This timo it nasn'l. German
guns dominated the plane and the first
nights work would be followed by a
heavy enemy barnwge which would cost
American lives. The general aud bis
statf officers were discussing the prob
lem. An engineering aertreant was wit-h
the group as a guide, lie eould hardly
control his interest in tne work, f inal
ly he had to rut loo. ,
"I beg your pardon, sir," he aaid.
"It's out military for me to apeak, but
if you d give me thousand mea to-
uiuht I'd have that two miles of trench
in the morning before the Heiuiei
The a-cncral smiled and asked the
sergeant how he would do it. The ser
geant was ready with an explanation.
That niiiht a sergeant was in chare
of a thousand men, or Tther, bis plans
were being followed. The thousand
doughboys went out after dark.
Each small group knew exactly where
to go and where to begiu digging, tin
der direction of offieers. They dug
speedily and quietly, and every time
a German flare went up they dropped
to the ground or stood perfoctly still.
Not a Gorman gun was fired in that
direction during tho night and It was
not because the Uermans diuu t have
their guns ready.
When tho sun rose the German look
outs from Hie kill and observation bal
loons opposite, looked down on a brand
new trench, stretching two miles across
a flat spot dominated by their guns.
The bochea In macement threw over
a barrage. But It was too late, for the
diggtrs wero gone and the doughboys
in the trenches were sufo In dugmits.
lucidentally, It might be said certain
sergeant is now a lieutenant.
(Capital Journal Ppocial Hervlee)
Olnvcr.lnle, Aug. 20 II. Fleetwood,
J. D. Crnig and Mr. Conn were In Hn-
lent on business Ssturduy.
Mr. Wood iiw sons have the Thlel-
son baler and are now billing straw.
Geo. Farris is till out with his threnh
Mr. Garner left here Bnndsy to at
tend the Grand Armv encampment in
Portland. He hopes to meet some of his
old enmradi-e from Wisconsin there,
also oil friends from Nebraska. Mr
GiirbfT will go on to Idaho to visit his
son before returning homo.
Mio Althea Mc Kinney and Ethel
the proper position of the band at the
liejciiiiiiiig. A fiile start is utten very
haid to overcome, and one of the linrd
rat lessons to burn is that of undoing
something that bas become an establish
ed habiL ,
hlliiper or Shoe.
Hy means of a new sIujc with detach
ab! upjiers the wearer' nmv have the
ojition of shoe or slrpper at any time, a
feature which will appeal to many wo
men who desire lo mke a hasty clnrij.;e
from a shoe for street wear to a ".Up
per for house wciir. The front of the
detachable upper M secured about an-l
under the but' p in such a Way as to
ettect sung union .f the two. When
it is desired to dt-rard the upper porti-m
il is simply iinlji'd or unbuttoned an 1
N'ature S'-enn to have ma-i a whole
lot of cxpcriiiuiits in mammal, that
wire not very sin - essfiil 'I In re were
the titanolhrrcs (nieanntg "buge Ua t")
for esample. Sonic of tln ni were near
ly as bi as elephants; but no human be
ing saw one alive.
They passed out of existence mil
lion or more years ago, and such knowl
edge s we have of them today is de
rived from their bones, dug out ol the
rocks in N'cbraika and elirtvlitre in the
West. They were of many species, and
undoubtedly in their time were very nu
suerous, -o r-
Japan has adopted superheated loco
motives extensively, says the kailway
Age uaiette. Occidental practice has
bee applied here, although it is interest
ing to note that about 'AU,03, wbea the
Schmidt superheater was coming into
general use, a smoke box superheater
was maouacturrd for trial purpose ia
Japan, but the test did not develop the
desired results. The ayloptmn of the
Sduiudt superheater on Japanese rail
way dates libra 1911, wbes sotn ta-
Craig left Friday for a week at 2ew
port, Mrs. Shepherd of Solem spent Sun
day with her aiother, Mrs. Weatherii
Mrs, F. A. Wood was iu Salem Tuea
day visiting relatives.
Ceo. Garner and familv from Quia-
aby, spent Sunday at the home of J.
rVank Starr and wife art) guest or
Mrs. J. M. Hamilton. They are on their
wav from TropicO. California, to their
new homo at Doer Lodge, Montana.
(In effect June aeeoud)
AXXM- GEES LINE
Ne. 73 Arrive at 9aWm J;10 ..
No. 74 Leave Salem
AIXM, rAiLS CITT ft WESTEM
101 Lr Salem, motor , 7:88 a .at.
18S Lr Ralem, motor 9:35 a-sa.
169 Lr Salem, motor 1;40 B-m.
Through car to Monmouth and Arli
167 Lr Ealem, Biotot 4:18 f t.
108 Lr Baloirt, motor , , 6:51
139 Wr fit. Lr Nlem 8 00
163 Ar at Salem .J:10
164 Ar. at Salem -
166 Ar at Salem
168 Ar at flalera
170 Ar at 81 em
140 Wy fr Ar Salem
6:30 am 8:33 am
:89 am 16:11am
10:49 am 18:50 pm
1:05 pm 4il6pm
18 Ltd.-. 4:45pm 6:40 pm :&:
17 - 6:03 em 8:07 pm Balem ly
It , , :20 pm 11:20 pm Balem arf
II ... 11:46 pm 1:66am 0:504
North Bank Ratios (leave Jeffarwm
Htraet IS nd 80 miatf later)
Trala Let Antrt Arrlrel
No, Buueni Uatem Fortl4
8 13:03 ara 4:35 am f:&0 a$
f 7:13 am :3a
10 Ltd 7:83(1 8:45 am 11:80 as
13 1120 m 1:20 pm
14 ., 11 .80 am 1:80 pm 8 65j
i6 Ltd. 1:63pm 4:00pm B:45ps
10 i.,4:10pm 5:30 pm 7:40 pai
I? 6.23pm 7:15pm 10:00 paf
tNorth Bank SUtloa f Arrir Jeffersoat
Street 18 mlnutei earlier) .'Leave Cer
vallls. Lv Corrallls Arrive
B:SS am... Northbound. ...B:43
8:41 pm.. Not thbjund... 4:00
4:10 pra....'rT(rftlibouii9 ...S-80
0:18 pro .norBJOUBU....?:oo
J 8 : 30 pm....'iirut hi n. a - "
6 40 pm.outkboBad8:00
giues ordered from Germany wore put
in service on the state railways. Thews
were followed by other locomotives or
dered from America. Hecause of Jtjij
lish influence the continuous vacuum
brakes were adopted, and arc now us
Th for Laundry Work.
The matter of giving instruction ty
tim laimdrymnn roneeriiing the dispori
tion of the wall turned over to hira
will be trolly simplified by the use of
tai; vvhieli h.o, just been invented. Thrs,
tuK is mude of s-nne durable materia1
with such legend- inipruited lion it aa
"Work over," "Special," "liy bat' "
"Kough-diy," and opposite each fl
these it a per foia'cd hole. The ta( i
setun:,! to ll..- i.icel by means ui a
Bafi ty pin and the disposition of the con
tent! of tile ej.t..r is indicated by til
bole through wlii.li the pill is passed I
Volnllllcatlnn of T!.
A small clc trie iuinmc has been tit
stalled and operation begun on the vol
tilization of tin from scrap at the North
west experiment statinu of the United
States Bureau of Mines at Seattle,
Wash. An extensive ser.es of experi
ments will be carried out there with the
idea of saving C4t tin now waited sat
discarded coutainrrs and other forms ol
scrap. From the hugineering and Mia
When it is realized that apprcalmatevs
Itf threA.I'.ntlit nf nn nr rtf nl kT
population r typhoid carriers. It wil
nut be surprising to find that larnsj
number of cases of typhoid fever can bat
attributed to an infection which may be) .
secured in swimming pools,
The swan of one slice of bread VI
each of our 20,000,1X0 families trnV,
day means o74,0Ul aouad ef flour ia th.
aKgrepte, or roor than a ndllkiei teiri