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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1918.
THE JOURNAL'S NEW TODAY !
ODIUM IN MARION COUNTY-TRY THEM FOR RESETS
JOURNAL WANT AD DEPARTMENT IS THE BEST SELLING
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BATES
Bate per word New Today:
Bach inaertioa lo
Oh week (6 insertions) 5o
On month (28 insertions) 17c
Tha Capital Journal will sot b re
sponsible for mora than on insertion,
Cor errors' in Classified Advertisements.
Bead your advertisement the first 'day
appears, and notify ni immediately.
Minimum charge. 15c.
"WANTED To rent 6 room house with
barn end garage. Phone 100F2. 9 20
FOR RENT 160 acre farm, good build
ings. Enquire 1427 N. Church. 9 23
KM A LI, driving horso for sale cheap.
A. I Smith, Rt, 1, box 84, . 9 25
SEALED Loganberry juice for sale,
good for pies and drinks,, $1.25
gal. 1389 Court. tf
FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock
eoekere-ls, 0. A. C. strain, 7 months
old. Phone 88F3. 9-28
iWANTED An experienced cook, good
wages, nice home. Apply 1320 Court
street. Phone 1144R. 9-25
FOR RENT Strictly modern 7 room
furnished house, furnace, beautifully
located. Fhono 810. 9-2S
liOST iPurss containing $6 in money,
Address Aliila Higgins, 704 Lovejoy
St. Portland. 9 26
LOST $400 liberty bonds. If found
' will pay liberal reward. Phono 340,
G. L. Steiuau, 143 N. High. , 9-25
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with
privilege of light housekeeping. 1079
Chemeketa St. . 9 25
FOR SALE English Setter bird dog.
Registered. Phone 322 or 766. 9-27
FOR SALE Tomatoes
HOP PICKERS wanted. Phone 59P11.
Adam Orey, Rt. 8. tf
COL. W. P. WRIGHT, uhe auctioneer.
Turner, Oregon. Phoni 59. tf.
TO GIVE AWAY Brindle bull dog
male two years old. Well broke for
children to play with. Want a good
t home for him. Apply 314 Leslie St. tf
WANTED Two experienced saleswo
men for general dry goods and. fan
cy goods, salary $20 per week. D.
M. Nayberger, McMinnville, Or. 9-25
FOR SALE Studebaker six, seven
passenger, in good condition, $750.
See car at 240 S. Liberty. H. Pohle
4& Son. 9-25
FOR 5V per cent farm loans, see the
Marion-Polk county national farm
loan association. W. D. Smith, 303
Salem. Bank of Commerce bldg. tf
FOR SALE By owner, at a bargain, a
fine piece of land, 20 acres in cul
tivation, 5 in timber, ft miles from
Salem on main traveled road, near!
S. P. gas car station. Price $2500
cash. If you want land near town
and school hero's your chance. Ad
dress A. M. care Journal. 9-27
WANTED To rent, or might buy, 6
or 7 room modern house, good loca
tion, priced right, between $2000 and
$2700 cash. W A care Journal. 9-26
WANTED Boy 10 or 17 years of uge.
aptiy auv. mgr. at journal omce al
ter 4 p. m. . tf
WANTED $12,000 on absolutely first
class city property. Box 256, Saleim
FOR SALE Studebaker anto, light
four, in first class condition, electric
starter and lights. Leaving city.
Must sell. Phone 2057W. 9-28
WALL PAPER 15 cents per double roll
upward. Buret's Furniture Store, 179
Commercial. " tf.
HOUSEKEEPING apartments and
single rooms, nicely furnished, at
633 Ferry street. tf.
TWO and threa room furnished apart
ments. 491 N Cottage. Phcno 2203.
NOTICE This is warning that 1 will
not tolerate trespassing or hunting
on my premises. Signed. T. F. Walk
er, Rt. 7, box 103. 10-13
FOR SALE My beautiful modern bun
galow, large lot, garage, cement walks
tc, at a bargain. Part payment bai
anca terms at 7 cor cent. Phong 1642.
FOR RENT Nice- 8 room house, hot
WANTED To rent grain land, from 2
to 6 hundred acres, either cash or
grain rent. Also want to Duy some
small pigs. Adam Orey, Kt. 8, Phone
WANT To buy or rent a good stock
and dairy ranch from 50 to 250 acreB
prefer to deal with owners. See G.
V. Pinckney at Bligh hotel, Wednes
day and Thursday. 9-25
PORTLAND house to trade for live
stock, farming implements or land.
Will discount my $2500 equity in
nice double flat) Portland, on St
Johns earline, 5 rooma, bath, toilet
and sleeping porch,each floor, and
take live stock, hay, farming imple
ments, anything useful on home
stead, or land. House brings $400
. . yearly rental, mortgage indebtedness
requires readjustment January next.
Addreas Mr. Curry, Bt. 9, box 23,
Salem. Phone 57F4. 9 25
FOUND Money, owner pay for ad
and prove property. Phone 1460J.
I HAVE a 1914 Ford chassis for. sale
cheap, also 4 wheel trailer. 1973 N.
Com '1. 9-23
6 GOOD men wanted for factory work
immediately, long job, good wages.
Apply at V. S. labor bureau, 385
State St Phone 263. 9-26
WANTED Lady cook and helper for
logging camp of about 30 men. En
quire of Spaulding Log. Co., Frent
and Ferry St. 9-25
FOR SALE Pedigreed New Zealand
red rabbits and Rufus red Belgium
hares. 645 S. 12th St. Phone 28oM.
TO LET Modern, 7 room house $15
per month to permanent tenant. Also
two houses with barns for rent at
$9. Phone 71. , 9-26
FOR SALE 5 young Holstein calves.
state oenoot for near. 1'none bid.
FOR RENT Strictly modern 6 room
bilngalow, if urnished - complete, $20
per month. W. A. Liston. 9-26
WANTED To borrow, $9000 on 244
aero improved farm, 5. years at 6
per cent. W.'A. Liston. 9-26
UNIVERSITY or high school boy want
ed for mailer at Journal office.
Must be quick worker. tf
FOR SALE A limited amount of pure
white winter seed wheat; also dry
fir wood. Phone 55F3 Sunday or af
ter 7:30 p. m. . tf
WANTED Man to drive team, good,
steady job. Apply J, . E. Scott or
phono 1425J. 9-26
HAVE $2000 to loan on good farm se
curity at 7 per cent. Address S-24
care Journal. 9-26
SNAP Seven room house situate 1765
- Lee street for $600. Terms. Phone
8-16 MiOGU'L tractor in good working
erder, $450 cash W. H. Trindle, Bank
of Commerce bldg. Phone 371. 9-26
FOR SALE House and two fine lots,
with fruit and good well, no incum
brance, Owner, call box 40, General
FOR SALE Or let on shares, a few
hundred head of stock sheep, Jr. B.
Deckel, Silverton, Or. 10-5,
YOUNG lady wanted to mind office
in. return for office experience and
business training. Good opportunity
for stenography student. Box 256,
LOST One suitcase and one grip be
tween Oregon City and Salem. Reward
if returned to L. M. Harris, 249
Madison St., Portland or Geo. Wat
ers cigar store, Salem. 9-26
PLENTY of money to loan on good
farms; low interest rates; five years
time; privilege to pap $100 or multi
ple .on any interest date. Call or
write H. Hawkins, 314 Masonic
bldg, Salem. tf
CIVIL service examinations everywhere
October 5th, 12,000 women clerks to
bo appointed at Washington. Salarpl
$IUU. Experience unnecessary. . yvo
men desiring government positions
write for free particulars, K. js. Ter
ry, (former civil service examiner,)
032 Columbian building, Washington,
D. C. 10-1
FARMERS needing money for increas
ed crop production, payment of ob
ligations, buying land, fertilizer,
live stock or equipment, call at Fed
eral Farm Loan information booth
second floor of new pavilion, state
fair, for information as to how Un
cle Sam can help you. A. C. Bobrn
stedt. 401 Masonic Templet Salem,
-TTrTTOV SALE Of sixty head cattle
horses ana tarm implements. ,tra
October 2. 10 a. m. at
Brinkmeyer place, fifteen miles ast
of Salem, seven miles soutn 01 on
vorrnn and Wf mile, north of Vic
tor Point store. Come and spend the
day with us. Phono 5F23. Stollcr &
Gantenbein, Rt. 3, box 61, Silverton,
Try one of Our
Want Ad and
watch the ReulU
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
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Letter From Soldier
Boy At Camp Lewis
Mrs. Neva Holt of Brooks, has re
ceived the following letter from her
son in the United States service:
CAMP MERRITT. N. J., Sept. 9.
My Dear Mother: Will write you a
few line this eveninp. Just hive arriv
ed at our new camp Merritt, New Jer
sey, am about ten miles from New
York eity. Left Texas last Monday ev
ening and just arrived this morning,
this is Saturday the 14th of Sept
Mother I sure nave been doing some
riding; came through eleven states and
am almost "all in." I expert we are
going to do some more riding, leaving
Mpnday the 16th for France, Mother,
I don 't expect I can receive any mail
from home until I get to France. Will
be stationed at base shops, 20 miles'
from Paris. We have changed our or
panization to repair shops 309 but I
can 't tell yet what my address will be,
I will send a letter back just as soon
as we arrive over seas. Well, wither, I
am in the best of health but would
liked toi have come home before going
to France. We came through Washing
ton, D. C, and stopped three hoursi The
Red Cross served us with hot coffee
and sandwiches. We also went to the
Well, mother, how is everyone at
hornet Where is Elmer now, is he still
in Washington Tell him in your next
letter that I am on my way "to France
ana. with the best wishes from his
brother. Well, mother, we are under
canteen and can only come to the Y.
M. C. A. ten. minutts at a tinu. So I
will have to ring off this time. We arc
leaving Monday the 16th, will write
just as goon as we get to France.
So with love and kisses to all from
your loving son.
t Court House News
The date for the final settlement of
the estate of Hannah E. Parmenter is
sot for October 28. The executriceB aro
Nellie M. Parmenter and Emily E. Par
menter. According to the last report,
the receipts have been $1013.55 and
The date for the settlement of the
estate of Mary Pratt Parmenter has
been set by the county court for Oo
ober 28. Anna B. Parmenter is adminis
tratrix. The receipts have been $1104.
81 and disbursements a like amount.
There i still bills to the amount of
The will of John M. Morley who
died Sept. 19, 1918, has been admitted
to probate by Judge Bushey. At the
time of his death he was 57 years old.
The executor for the estate is John L.
In the case of C. M. Lafollett against
S. W. Jones, the defendant demurs to
the complaint on the grounds that it
does not atate facts surficient to con
stitute a cause for action. Also that
there is a defect in the papers from
the fact that F. B. Decker mentioned
in the complaint is not made a plain
tiff to the suit. '
- Margaret P. Lovelace was awarded a
divorce in her suit against Alfred U
Lovelace.' They were married in Salem
in 1904 and he deserted in 1914.
Notice was filed of an appeal to the
supreme court of the state of Oregon
by. Lawrence A. McNary, executor of
the estate of J. P. Frizzed. The appeal
is made from an order and decree of
the court, dated July 27.
In the divoiree case of Flora M-
Butsch against Matthew Butsch, tho
defendant admits their marriage and
their living together as man and wife
aud the birth and names of the chil
dren. But he denies all other allega
tions in tho complaint and asks the
court 'to dismiss tho suit.
DONT LET THE JARS
GET THIS HEADACHE
Ring IS DfcCOw
ITS DA KlP
1 B '
MOLD NV DIVELOI' ON CftMMED 00005
It- TMfe "5r5 DEFECTIVE. IF AFTER
plER IL1 -ING.THE TOPS ORE REMOV
ED rROrl THE JAfVbTO REPLACE THE
RUBBER RINGS. AND IP THE ORE.
KEPT Itt f DftflP PLRCE VJMERETME
The free canning book, which th.
National War' Garden Commission
at Washington will send you for a
two-cent stamp to pay the postage.
Drill tell you how to avoid this.
London. Sept. 25. More than 40,000
prisoners have been taken by the al-
livf, in the Palestine offensive, is was
officially announced today. The num
ber of captured guns has been increased
In pjursuit of Turkish forces east of
the Jordan, British forces are approach
ing Amman, on the Hedjaz railway.
FOB SALE 5 acre Italian prune or
chard, six years old, small house,
good well, price $1800. 10 acre tract
5 acres bearing prunes, smallliouse,
price $JOOO. 5 acre tract, all culti
vated land, good 5 room plastered
bungalow, barn, price $1600. 5 acres
bearing cherry orchard, price $1200
15', acres of pasture and timber,
fine spring, price $1000. W. H. Gra
benhorst & Co., 275 State street 9 26
Li Ji r- r
School Board So Orders-
Mrs. W.J. Porter To Take
Trench caps will not only be worn
this winter by girls with pretty faces
ana otherwise, but also by students of
the Salem high school as part of theit
military uniform, according to a decis
ion of the school board last evening.
The cauvrs will appear at all times in
tho regulation military uniform with
canvas leggins and trench cap.
I he girls of the high school may also
come in for compulsory physical train
ing, since so much is being done for the
boys. The board was rather inclined to
favor some such training for the girls.
especially since Miss Hvien Philips has
Deen engaged, but no definite action
As to an inquiry in regard to what
was being done for the big bovs of the
junior high schoolg in the way of laili
tary training, Superintendent Todd said
that he had ivceivej a letter from the
war department and that some plans
were now being formulated by which
the big boys of the junior high schools
should, share m the military work.
In regard to the matter of deferred
classification for mvm teachers, Super
intendent Todd said he had received in.
structions that men teachers who were
absolutely necessary to maintain the
school should bo asked to make claim
and that with each claim, a letter should
accompany, stating that the claimant
wag necessary for school work. There
are so few men teachers now in the
schools that Mr. Todd couldn't exact
ly sue where he could spare any of
School children who dn not report
during the first week of school and who
can show that their absence was due
to their desire to work in helping to
harvest the apple and prune crop, will
be allowed to mates up their studies. B.
C. Paulus, manager of the Salem Iruit
Union wrote the board that the Drune
crop was of vital importance and that
children would be needed d
first week of school.. But each ntmtl
who is a week late in entering, must
bring a letter from an emrjlover stat
ing that the absence from school was
due to work being done in the fruit
Some Transfers Made.
Tho resignation of Miss Emilv fi,,.
fin, physical instructor, was accepted
at tnis late date, as she is going into
suvernmenr, re-construction service
Mian TTalan UV. il 1 , .
charge of the work. Mrs. Leo Theil was
ewcted n8 teaeher in the junior high
school, and Miss Laura Heist was trans-
terred from the junior high to the com-
uii.wui nuiK in 7ji morn flChnnl nf a
salary 0f $100 a month. Mrs. Francis
was transferred from the elementary
grade to the junior high school at a
salary of 'W a month and Mrs. Doug
las elected to a position in the elemen
tary grades at $80 a month. Teachers
for all departments are engaged and ev
erything is now ready for the opening
day next Monday.
Mrs. W. J. Porter was the unanimous
choice of thj board for the work of
taking the census of the school child
ren in district No. 24. She will be
paid at the rate of five cents a name
up to 4,000 and after that number, 25
cents a name. Tim apportionment of
state money is based on tho censu8 in
th0 school district and the board
thought that as Mrs. Porter was famil
iar with th0 district from her two years
work as truant officer, that she was
hntni t... .1 ii ...
.caiuu imm orners to s-ocure
a complete census. The work will begin
No German Taught'.
mere will tie no Herman tamrl.t in u,
Duium puuiic scliools. Although this
was definitely dvcided several months
ago. the discussion came iin ,
lore the board on the reading of a let
ter from Mis. George II. Aldcn, sug
gesting that some motl.-rs wanted
auiue Jiiimern language. Following the
i-mi anen oy mo UlncHgo gehonl
uuura, mere will lie no foreign lan-
Bge taught in the public schools.
Last Day For filing By
This is the last day for the filinir
nominations for indrnendent cunrli.
dates for state and district rff,n.
and three more nominations for state
representatives were filed.
Judge Thomas F. Ryan, flsslnton
state treasurer who returned todayfrom
Ilia wnnnt:A 1 .1 1 ia .
"'a .-vwvu, BVIU U6 WUU1Q nOt 1116 88
an independent candidate for state
He was defeated for the republican
nomination for that office by Labor
Commissioner 0. P. Hoff end stated
some time ago that he intended to run
as an independent, ,but today he said
he had given up the idea.
Charles M. Randall of Vale, who was
a member of the lower house at the last
session of the legislature, today filed
as an independent candidate for rep-
resentative from the twenty-seventh ing by L. J. Simpson, at 8 o'clock in1 stimulating good will a 1 in maiutuin
district. He was defeated for the re the auditorium.' Mr. Simpson was a ing the prestige of the - wis,, the trade
fu'J" """" ur re-eiecuon.
oames rnuenon or jMigene mett as
an independent candidate for represen-
tntive fro mthe third district, and P. H.
Dencer filed as an independent can-1
didate for representative from the
Hold Sway at Dereny.
Washington, Sept, 25. Spanish Infl
uenza still holds sway at Camp Deveny,
Ayer, Mass., with a total of 10,789 eas
es thug far recorded. The total for the
army, according to the latest figures
published, bIiow 22,972 cases, of which
nearly 3000 were for the day ending
at noon yesterday, -
SiS " It
Salem's leading: apparel store is ready with original styles in smart dresses,
suits, coats and waists correctly fashioned and distinctive styles for every
figure. Our prices are very moderate considering market conditions.
Fcr School Time
Wo are showing a splen
did line of Boys' Clothes
good serviceable gar
ments and well tailored.
AH Moderately Priced
A large line of leather
purses, all styles at
ELKS WILL GATHER
All The Public Has To Do Is
With patriotic, kazoo horns ond pat
riotic hats with the tissue fringe and
CompboU'8 official bond loading, the
Salem Elks will parade tomorrow morn
ing from the Elks' Templo to the home
of W. Al Jones on North Commercial
and Center street, thence on Commer
cial to State ,east on State to the pen
itentiary and thence direct to the fair
It will be an automobile parade in
which will take part all state officials
all city officials and visiting mayors,
officials of tho Salem Elks lodge and
visiting Elk officers, and last but most
assuredly not IcaM, the 30 Liberty Girls
of the McMinnville Elks' lodge.
There will be an abundanco of noice
as every member of tho local lodge as
well as visitors will be provided with
kazoos find loud sounding horns. For be
it kjiown, when the Elks paradd they
wish to be heard as well as seen-
In the afternoon, mixed in with tho
regular pi ogram there will be plenty of
euieritiiiiiiieiH 111 iuu waj ui jmk juino
order. For instance, there will be the
governors' race in wmcn an attractive
mule will represent each of the candi
dates in the May primary election. AC'
cording to the latest official Tcport
from Elk headquarters, these mules will
be handsomely decorated for the Taco , , boi t for ap,,BUt ail(1 di.
and the rider, will be Andy Anderson,' jon1 w umlcr(ltan,(l1 th 8oi(lhr,
Bert Macy, Tom Buell, T. L. Davidson,,, ., . . . .
R. E. Davidson and W. S. Love.
I Then there will be a wonderful Elk
' chariot race. Bucirestive of the Roman
ren& with a very prominent Salem
Elk and a Portland Eik as competitors.
And while, the day's proaVam is going
1 on, there will be wonderful clowns, in
' x t 1 . rri. 111
VHriUUn HCin Ul eillvriHlIllfiejll. luej will
I represent such prominent citizens as
J Fattv Arbuckle, Uindenburir. Charlie
Chaplain, the Kaiser, and others. The
job of side entertaining has fallen to
the lot of C. E. Knowland, Bert Macy
A. R Wilson, A. J. Rahn, Tom Buell,
Paul Stoge, E. V. AfeMechnn, E. Cooke
Patton, Harry Wenderoth, Chan. A. Ar-
chard. Earl Andermn and A. L. Wal -
i .The erownine event of the day will
be the patriotic adirrcus in the even-
(candidate for the nomination lor gov -
ernor on the Republican ticket at the
I ' ,
Federal authorities seem in no rush
to take William E. Paul to Portland
for an investigation regarding his un
patriotic remarks a few days ago.
Hence he is still boarding at the coun
ty jail. Several days ago it seems that
Paul made a lot of unpatriotic remarks
in a betted discussion in regard to
tho baying of Liberty bonds and aa a
rewilt he lost his job with the street
railway company end is now being held
in the county jail for federal investiga -
T0 - WEA
ALL TO G0-
Much saving when you
compare price and qual
ity. We must close the
line. You benefit.
In Spite of War
And High Water
If you wanted to sell a second-hand
autohiobile, or rent a house, you would
put an advertisement in tho paper and
run it a few times or until you sold tho
machine or rented the houBe, and then
yon would tp.il.
If -u wore manufacturing goods 01
running a store, you would maintain
your advertising continuously, because
you would not be aiming to make one
sale, but many as many as you could.
All right. Now comes along a war and
upsets your supply of raw material, or
made-up goods, or maybe the govern
ment takes over your output or curtails
it, thereby either completely or partial
ly eliminating your civiliun trade.
Would it be worth while to continue
your advertising J That is the question
that many of our big industries are fiiC'
ing. W hat are, they doing!
ly an exemption they are
Not with a view of influencing inimeil'
into sales. Not at all. But, realizing
thnt present conditions aro going to
melt back into history at no very ilia
tan itme they aro KEEPING ALIVE
THEIR NAMES AND REPUTATION.
If they discontinue, think of the mil
lions of dollars of good-will valuo back
of nil thowj trade marks and names that
would be lost, or greatly reduced. Pre
vation of prestige is likewise the first
law of business.
Among the larger industries to main
tain, and in fact inercnw, their adver
tising this full, the Win. Wiiulty, Jr.,
company iB noted, as evidenced by the
icpy" D0W running on a frequent
( schedule in the Journal. Welcome, Mr.
i.Viigley, and we hop,, our local meich-
ant wi heartened by your euercy.
Also, Air. Wrigley, may wo commendJ
your attitude of injecting a strong pat
riotic noto in your advertising, instead
it fli4 nuiial u'tlr.H InlU nlmnf ''VVrltr-
put and thnt we at home will have to
chew our Wrigley 's a little lunger. All
wright. "The flavor lusts," anyway,
and wo wont have to go eompletly with
out, judging from tne s-tc.b of yor
goods our merchants are apparently ab
le to maintain in spite of war and high
We agree with General Sherman in
his definition of war, and we also agree
with Mr, Wrigley in his statement that
we must win this war and that until
v. do nothing elS(. really mutters.
In this connection, may wo be permit
ted to remark that newspaper space is
j receiving earnest attention in them- (lay?
f momentous news, and fiat the col-
tinini of tl Journal aro .ir t as valuable
as they ever were, if r more so, in
, marks and the names f t forth theiein,
trous fire visitc (1
resulting, in npw -to
the busines ' i
Sept. 25. A (lisas
Iiis place lat night.
Is of $25,000 damage
listrict. Tin; Arcade
was (1 iiageil to tho extent o
$.'!0OO and the First National bank, th )
Harnett harr. .vare store, the Idahi
Power company, tho Jeffrey drug ston
and the Evans grocery were damaged
to the extent of $20,000 by fire, water
l The fire orrinated in the coal rorm
of the Arcade building heating plant.
You can Alw ays do Better at
R NEWS I
With the beginning of
Fall your thoughts nat
ur. lly turn to comforts.
Keep warm at night.
Avoid the ills of the
chilly atmosphere. Big
line here easily seen. All
TO EXCHANGE PRItfONERS
Paris, Sept. 25. The German
American conference on ex
change of prisoners will keep
its proceedings Secret until a
decision is reached, according to
a dispttch received from Berne
A GASOLINE T AMINE,
Washington, Sept. 25. Sunday gaso
line saving must be extended befora
long if America, is to maintain the vast
motor transport service now being or
ganized undor Colonel C. B. Drake.
This was tho warning of prominent
war department authorities today.
A half million gallons of gasoline,
daily are required for our present motor
transnort service. Thin will bn mars
than doublo by snimr and there must
be an amnio sorerve on hand for weeks)
and perhaps months ahead.
SWEDISH GUNBOAT SUNK.
Stockholm, Sept. 25. The Swedish
gun boat Cuiihildo has been sunk by
a German mine in the Skagerrack, it
was officially announced today, Nine
teen of her crew are missing.
Tho Uunhildo was a littlo craft of
240 torn, built in 1H(13. She earned
only two machine guns.
EVER TAUTO IMPRESSED.
New York, Soph 25. Every automo
bile in Nr-w York will bo asked to holJ
the Fourth Liberty loan in New York
and surrounding territory by carrying
on the front and rear a small sign with,
the wod ''Lend' printed on it. -
, BULGARIANS IN PANIC
Rome, Sept. 25. Pursuit of the Bul
garians in Macedonia in cooperation
with the other allies, was reported by
tho Italian war office today. The Hnl
garisns are retiring in disorder and
further prisoners in addition to artiK
lory and munitions have been captured.
Italian troops have- occupied the height
north of Tolopicirnn,
On the Italian front, Italy artillery
concentrated its fire on vital centra
in the Piavc, Antico and Luke Oardia
GIVE BELGIUM A LIFT
Washington, Sept. 25. A new credit
cf $:!, "70,M)0 was granted to Helgium
ii the treasury department today. This
inkes tho total credit to Belgium
;.")7,020,IMK and the total crcilit to alt
:ie allies $7,20(1,470,000.
MAULEY 1$ IN. DEVON It IN.
euiimr. prAoooy a eo., iwe. Mawpn