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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1918.
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for triors in Classified Advertisements.
Bead' rour advertifowent the first day
appears and motify us immediately.
Itinimuiu charge, lae.
HO I BIG fir wood ti.50. Phone 103'
WANTED Veal calves and fat cattle.
Phone 1576W.- 10-28
FOB BENT 140 acre farming land.
Enquire 1363, South Commercial. .9-30
FURNISHED 6 room house for rent.
Call 7 p. oi. 211 Miller St. 10 a
FOB SALE Fresh cow with calf.
Phone 2500W4. 10-7
WANTED Prune pickers, 6 0S. W. C.
Tillson. Phone 1425W evenings. fO-2
STOCK and grain ranch, to trade for
smaller ranch. E H care Journal, tf
LOST Cameo brooch, down town Fri
day evening. Phone 1123. Reward, tf
FOB SALE First class bird dog $10.
Phone 40F21. . 10-2
EOOM and board in private family for
gentleman-. Phone 1578. 10-2
FOR SALE Tomatoes for canning.
Phone S0F11.. , tf
COL. W. 3 WRIGHT, iae auctioneer.
Turner, Oregon. Piiom 59. tf.
SEALED , XoganDerry juice for sale,
good for pics and drinks,, $1.25
gal. 1389 Court. Phone 2394W. tf
WANTED 3 room modern, furnished
apartment, close in. Phone 2508W2
or 182. . . 10-1
WANTED Corn fodder, with or with
out corn,"by the ton. Address 629 JM.
Winter. Phone 1532J. - tf
WANTED Barber or apprentice of
good character. Union wages paid 'to
right .man. Weodfin, .264 State. 10-1
LOST Sat afternoon, -two inner 'tubes
for auto, ne 3 and one SVj in. Re
turn to Journal, Reward. ' 101
WANTED Experienced -cook at Wil
lamette yisnnatorium, steady job. Ap
' ply 754 Forry.. -
FOR RENT Modern 9 mom house,
nicely furnished. H. E. Bolingcr, 406
Hubbard bldg. tf
FOR SALE 75 head of wether lambs
good oncSi'C. W Eoff, Rt. 6, box 42.
UNIVERSITY or high school boy want
ed for mailer at Journal office.
Must be quick worker. tf
SNAP Seven room house situate 1765
Lee street for $600. Terms. Phone
FOR BALE Or let on shares, a few
hundred head of stock sheep. F. B.
Deckel, Silverton, Or. 10-5
WANTED $12,000 on absolutely first
class city property. 'Box 256, Saleim
WALL PAPER 15 cents per double roll
upward. Buret's Furniture Store, 179
HOUSEKEEPING apanmentg and
single rooms, nicely furnished, at
33 Ferry street. ' tf.
FOR 5V P1" en't fsrm ,oans Bee the
Marion-Polls county national farm
loan association., W. D. Smith, 303
Salem Bank of Commerce bldg. tf
NOTICE This is warning that 1 will
cot tolerate trespassing or hunting
on my premises. Signed. .T. F. Walk
er, Rt. 7, box 103. 10-13
mrm SAT.TC Mv beautiful modern bun
galow, large lot, garage, eement walks
tc, at a bargain, ran; payment uai
nce terms at 7 per cent. Phona 164&
WIDOWER aged 42, American, of re
finement and culture, would like to
correspond with well to do lady or
widow. Chas. Jordan, Ava, Ohio,
Noble Co. . l""3
EE-. t WISH
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PRUXE pickers wanted, transportation
back and forth. Phone 340. . 10-1
WANTED .Experienced man, foreman
for fruit ranch. Telephone 65F5. 10-3
WANTED Dishwasher and waitress,
m vjmoi iv vny iiumv xvesmuraui, iu
S. High St.
FOE BALE Two choice young, freslj
Jersey cow 3. A. Franke, Garden road
Kt. 7, box 223. 10-2
WANTED Winchester primp gun, 12
gauge. 360 Leslie St. Phone J261M.
BALDWIN and Spitzenburg apples for
sale, bring boxes. Kt. 1, box 2, Sa
PRACTICAL all round man wants in
side .job, salesman preferred. .Ad
dress E S, Rt. 9, box 34. 10-3
WANTED Messenger boy, 16 years or
over, with wheel. Apply Postal Tele
WANTED School girl work for board
anilroom, small wages. Phone 1224.
STENOGRAPHER with office experi
ence wants a position. Address D U
H care Journal. - 10-3
iFOR SALE Good team, set heavy
work harness, 3 Mitchel swagon.
Call 2W0 Brooks ave. 10-1
WANTED Boy 10 or 17 years of .age.!
apply adv. mgr. at Journal offie af
x ter 4 p. m. tf
WANTED Prime pickers, come after
you mornings take you back at night.
L. P. Hopkins, Phone 12F11. 10-2
WILL the gentleman who phoned
2502J4 about the Llewellyn setter'
dog please call again. 10-1
FOR SALE Harness, wagon and wood
rack $50; good old team $75. Phone
1621 or 1&F13. n ' 10-2
FOR KENT Modern five room flat,
desirable location, close in, 256 N.
Cottage St. Inquire Capital Nat'l
. bank. Phone 71. ,10-1
FOR RENT Modern bungalow, 6
roioims, hot "water heating system,
parage in basement. 360 Leslie . St.
Phone 1261M. V 10-1
TEAM, harness and wagon wanted in
part .payment of 5 room houseatOSU
N. 20th street. Price including pave
ment $1000. Phone 1138J. 10-1
WANTED Man and wife for general
farm work and housekeeping. Ad
dress Gervais, Rt. 2, box 45. Phone
3F11. - . , tf
RABBITS, thoroughbred black and
grey Giants, Belgians, young and old
cheap. Bechtel, Salem, Rt. 2, box 81-
TAKEN UP Two hogs came to my
place a few days ago, owner may
have same by calling and paying for
keep and other expenses. E. E. Wert,
1 miles east of Marion, Or. 10-4
WILL SELL 80 or 160 acres of my
farm, 1 3-4 miles south of Dallas, on
improved road, mail route, milk
route, phone line and Tailroad. Mary
F. L. Lee. Rt, 2, box 102, Dallas,
Or. . 10-4
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. M. Hawkins, 314 Masonic
bide. Salem. ' tf
CIVIL service examinations everywhere
October 5th, 12,000 women clerks to
bo appointed at Washington. Salarp
$1200. Experience unnecessary. Wo
men desiring government positions
write for free particulars, R. E. Ter
ry, (former civil service examiner,;
922 Columbian building, Washington,
D. C. 10-1
AUCTION SALE Of sixty head cattle
horses and farm implements. Extra
good horses. October 2, 10 a. m. at
Brinkmeyer place, fifteen miles ast
of Salem, seven miles south of Sil
verton and half mileg north of Vic
tor Point store. Come and spend 'the
day with us. Phono 5F23. Stoller &
Gantenbein, Rt. 3, box 61, Silverton,
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Arms, mp A
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dbyeks wanted. Phone j. d. a
GOOD, reliable man wanted for poul
try farm at Oregon State hospital-
FORD, 5 passenger, in good shape, for
tale cheap if taken at once. 'Capital
Garage, R. J. Herschback 4 Son, 173
south Liberty. 101
USED CARS Stoddard 20, good tires
$230; American roadster $275; Over
land bug $145. Highway Garage
Phone 335. 1000 S. Com '1. tf
WANTED Laborers at old S. P. -depot
Wednesday or Thursday, 4 for
eight hours work. .Erixou and Jones.
CLASSY roadster, all new tires and
one new extra. Will sacrifice at one
third value as 1 am .going -to war.
Phone -847J. 10-3
MAKE money in spare, time, eosts lit
tle to raise, rabbits Its interesting,
and profitable. Their delicious meat
now finds ready sale at 45e per lb.
$3 will start you with pair of
prize strain, famous, large New Zea
land Beds or Flemish Giants soon
ready to breed, expressed in good
condition to any address on receipt
of money order. The Breeders, P. O.
box 172, San Diego, Cal. 101
NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED.
' PAID WHILE LEARNING.
RAPID INCREASE IN WAGES
CALL AT TELEPHOME COMPANY
170 NORTH LIBERTY tf
CHANGES IN SCHEDULES
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILROAD
TUESDAY OCT1. 1st
NORTHBOUND Trains No. 2, now leav
ing Salam 4:35 a. m., No. 14 1:50 p.
m. and southbound trains No. 1, ar
riving Salem 8:35 a. m. and No. 21,
1.55 a. mr will be withdrawn.
No. 7, arriving Salem 12:50 p. m. from
., Portland ana JNo. ZU, leaving. eaiem
5:30 p. ni. for Portland will be with
draw between Salem and Corvallw.
No. 12 now leaving Salem llflO a. m.
will leave at 12:15 p. m., arriving
iNew local train between Salem and
Woodburn daily, except Saturday
and Sunday, will arrive Salem 8:3a
a. m. and leave 8:55 a. m.
No. 5 will leave Portland 8:15 a. m.
instead of 8:30, arrive Salem 10:15
instead of 10.11, making local stops
between Tualatin and Eugene.
Nos. 10 and 15. leaving Salem at 9:45
a. m, and 4:00 p. m. for Portland
will make local stops between Eu-
. gene and Salem.
Uo. 16 will also stop to discharge pas
sengers from Salem, oxeept Saturday
and Sunday, at ClaXtar, St. Louis
and intermediate stations.
Any additional information will be giv
en on request.
J. v. RITCHIE,
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Court Hoase News
1 jji 0
In the divoree case of Edith M.
Franklin against Lee Franklin the at
torney for the plaintiff filed a peti
tion asking for an ordor of default.
In the matter of the guardianship
of the persons and estate of Cyril I.
Alphoncse, Edith M. and Theresa C.
Vauilerbcck, the guardian Alphonse
Vanderbcck, asks the court for the re
appointment of appraisers for the es
tate, F. A. Maugokl, H. E. Nibler and
H. H. Booster, administrator of the
estate of Henry Frey, deceased, report
ed to the county court the sale at pri
vate property amounting to $733.98 and
of expenses amounting to $158.21. He
reports the amount on hand iaa.u.
C. E. Morton, executor of the estate
of Martha 8. Morton reported to the
county court that in the settling of all
claims against the estate that he had
advanced of liis own money, the sura
of $300.. H petitioned the court for a
date of final settlement.
- - The Other Guys Job Always Locks The test ?
OF O2 0NE
'SENATE REFUSES TO
STATE S, VOTE 53 10 3 1
Three Vcics Less Than Neces
sary Two Thirds Were
Washington. Oct. I. The enare to
day defeated the woman -suffrage
amendment. The vote was 53 to 31.
This was three votes loss than the
two thirds majority needed to pass
Senator Jones, New Mexico, auffraee
leader, changed hia vote from "aye"
to 'no" in order that he mav move
reconsideration and thus keep the suf
frage -question alive. .
(Senators voting for suffrage were:
Asfcurst, Calder, Chauiberlian, Colt.
Culberson, Cummina Curtis, Fernald,
France, Gerry, Goff, Gore, Gronna,
Henderson, Johnson. South Dakota;
Jones, Washington Kellogg, Kendriok,
Kenyon, Kirby, LaFollette, Lenroat.
Le.wiy Macomber McKellar, MeNary,
Martia, Kentucky; Myers. Nelson, New
Noma, Nugent, Owen Page, Pittman,
Poindexter, Ransdell, Robinson. Shaf-
roth, Shenpard, Smith, Arkansas; Smith
Michigan Smoot, Sterling, Suttherland
Thomas, Thompson, Townsend, Varda-
nian, vWalsh, Warren, atson an Phe
lan. Those who voted ''no" were:
Baird, Bankhead, Benet, Brandegee,
Dillingham, Drew, Fletcher, Guion,
Hale Hnrdwick, Hitchcock, Jones, New
Mexico; Lodge McLean, Martin, Vir
ginia; Overman, Penrose, Pomerenc.
Reed, Saulsbury, Shields,- Simmons,
Smith, Georgia; Smith. Maryland;
Smith, South Carolina; Trammel, Un
derwood, Wadsworth, Weeks, Williams
Salem Women Called On
To Give Up Linens
For Hospital Use
An urgent call has been made to the
women of the country for linens to be
forwarded to the hospitals in France.
The quota assigned to Willamette chap
ter is as follows:
60 sheets, eaeh 64 by 102 inches.
200 bath towels, 09 iby 38 inches.
200 hand towels, stee 18 by 30.
300 handkerchiefs, size 18 by 18
The -linen department of the Bed
Cross, in charge of Mrs. C. P, -Bishop as.
already prepared to receive donations
from the women in Willamette chapter
As this isi really an emergency call,
boxes for shipping are already on hand
and arrangement made lor proper fold
ing and packing.
Women who feel the patriotic spirit
to give lineng for tho American hos
pitals in France are asked to do so at
once and not delay matters especially
as the recent fighting in France has
made a heavy call for linens.
Red Cross headquarters suggest that
in the giving of the towols, it should
be remembered that articlos new or
practically new are wanted, and that
articles especially strong aro better
for hospital work. Laundering facil
ities are rather poor over there and ar
ticles of fine quality or 'that have been
used too much would not last long.
Tho Red Cross commissioner, for
France hag cabled -that the hospitals
need: 1.250.000 bath towels, 2,500,000,
hand towels, 1,750,000 handkerchiefs,
125,000 napkins, and 6o0,000 sheets.
TRIED BERLIN FIRST
- Paris, Oct. 1. Tha American
mrinister to- the Balkans, stated
at Sofia that King Ferdinand
urgently appealed for help from
Berlin, but got oifly evasive re
plies and was afraid of revolu
tion resulting from the growing1
anarchy in Bulgaria, go he ap
pealed to the allies, the Matin
" Journal Want Ads Pay
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"We have just assorted oar choice laces and placed most of
them in assortments as follows: Values to $3 now 59c.
Some of these are beautiful copies of rare patterns. '
Values to $1.50 01) C
Black lace -values to $1
now, per yard ....... 5c
1 assortment of White
Valenciennes Laces, val
ues to 10c now, yd. .lc
Nine Examined And
Four Are Naturalized
Four Are In Service
3efore Sen H. Conn, United -States
Naturalization, examiner juine candida
tes for citizenship were given a hearing
this morning as to their right to bo
come real citizens. Besides the legal
qualifications, one cannot become a citi
zen unless he possesses some knowledge
of tho constitution and a fair idea ag to
the three departments of tho govern
ment. The results of the examinations
wciv as follows:
Thomas Acheson of 1980 South Liber
ty street, admitted.
George W. Hastings, of 478 South JOtli
street. Salein continued. He was quali
fied in every way to become an Ameri
can citizen but was not informed re
garding the general workings of the
government. With a little moio study
of the constitution and the three bran-'
clies of the government, he will probab
ly bo passed.
Hvnry Movriss, 497 Union street, Sa
lem, admitted. He was well posted on
the constitution and general laws gov
erning this country.
Andrew P. Hendcrstni, of Turner, con
tinued. There was much about tho gov
ernment that he did not know and live
examiner passed him until he could
study a little and be ablo to stand a
Thomas II. Clark, 1143 Cross street,
George A. Bcinouhl of 2199 Broad
way street, Salem, admitted.
David Hutchcson, 1660 Wilbur street,
Salein. Continued at bis request. He was
not quite sure whether his knowledge
of the general government was such
that he could answer the questions.
Emillio Belli, 895 South 21st street,
Salem and Gustav Petcrsun, continued
indefinitely as they are now in the ser
vice. The next examination for citizen
ship will bn held Feb. 5, 1919.
PASSED BOWER. BILL
Washington, Oct. 1. The house late
today passed tho emergency power bill
granting the p'resident power to con
struct, purchase or aid financially long
distance power transmission projects.
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We iiave filled an ntire table at this price. We must doge
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AUSTRIA AND TURKEY
TO SOON SHOW EFFECTS
OF BULGARIA'S ACTION
Her Surrender Leaves Turkey
Cut Off From Aid From
By Webb Miller '
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
Paris Oct. 1. Effects of the Bulgar
ian armistice upon Austria and Tur
key will probably soon bo noticeable.
The widest possibilities are opened by
the elimination of Bulgaritf. The most
'immediate result is exjiected by many
to be a separate peace with Turkey,
due to the severauce of its communi
cations .with Germany.
The haste with which Bulgaria sign
ed tho convention indicated the nation's
readiness to concedo every allied de
mand. Considering Bulgaria's past re
cord, the allies were in no mood to let
her off on ea?y terms. They demanded
every concession consistent with jus
tice. Announcement of Bulgaria's down
fall caused a wild outburst of juhtluucc
on the Paris bourse.
The Unitod Pro learned authorita
tively tlmt at present there will be no
separate peace with Bulgaria and no
political decisions affecting that coun
try's future will ge taken. Only mili
tary measures following the signing of
''The Bulgarians are beaten. That
explains and clarifies tho situation at
present," one authority stated.
''The victorious advance of tho al
lies toward Uskub led the Bulgarians
to throw down their arms with such
sudden fervor. Before hostilities ceas
ed yesterday noon, even' German rein
forcements were unable to prevent
capture of many boche prisoner and
The main terms which Bulgaria ac
Demobilization of her armies.
Immediate evacuation of Greece und
Surrender of all transportation, as
well as the right of way through Bui
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.garja ifor development of military op
Tho allies have the right of occuim
tion of all strategic -points of dmpor
tanee. Military occupation of Bulgaria to be
entrusted to the Italian, British and
French; the evacuated parte .of Greece
to the Greeks and the evacuated parts
ofHcrhia to the Serbians.
No reference is made to the fate of
King Ferdinand, this boing regarded a
purely an internal political affair.
IScveral advance's have been mado
dwing the past 24 hours of great local
importance which may lead to fnr
reaching consequences and bring still
In the north, King Albert is sweep
ing on, reclaiming Belgian soil, He in
now menacing Jioulers and Menin, with
only the flat Handera plains and no
natural obstacles aheal.
Further south, the line of the Sen
see nuirshe has been half conquered
and liberation of Douai is in sight.
While General Byng has made Cambrni
untenable, General Rawlinson, with
General Read's American, has out
flanked Ht. Ouontin on the northoru
and General Debeny is clutching at St.
yuentin fro mthe south.
General Morgan is pushing on,
straddling the t'liemin-des-Dumes. Still
farther outhI Geenrnl Gouruud and
General lershing are driving ahead ou
each side of tho Arjronne.
Back of all this Marshal Foch,. com
mander of ten million bayonets, coolly,
deliberately executing his plans, tho
result of which the Germans know ami
Just now when Bulgaria and Serbia
and Rumania are attracting a lot of at
tention, the city public library announ
ces that it has a book ready for clrcula.
tion entitled "South Eastern People".
Another book of war interest is entit
led "Out to Win", the story of aa
American in Fiance, by Lieutenant
Dawson, author of "Carry Ou" and
"The Glory of the Trenches."
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