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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1918.
THE JOURNAL'S NEW TODAY
Z3D3RAL WANT AD DEPARTMENT IS THE BEST SELLING
EDM 0 EIARIOI. COUNTY-TRY THEE! FOR RESULTS
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Tk Capital Journal will not be r
ponsible for tnore than eae Insertion,
for trri ia Classified Advertisements,
Sead fr advertisement the first da
it appear and notify ns immediately if
Minimum charge, 15c
POTATOES for sale. Phone 80FU. tf
VETO HSEED for sale". Charles Ar
eherd implement Co. 11-23
WANTED ''New Zealand
FOB SALE-nOne 32x4 tire chep. 177
S. Commercial St. 11-25
TYPEWRITER for sale or rent. A. P.
St. 4, be 34. - 11 25
1918 CHEVROLET touring car,clieap.
Enquire 660 Union St. . 11-25
CORD wood for sale. Phone evenings
LOST On North 20th St.. Sat. bi
cycle seat. Phone 1074. 11-23
fURMSHED housekeeping rooms, 694
N. Com! St. Phone 2454 W. 11-27
. BOUSE cleaning and window cleaning
' wanted. Phone 1237. 12-5
KKHBsjONID piano, good as new, for
sale, (.'ail at lit x erry r. u-m
VBTOH SEED for sale. Charles Ar
cherd Implement Co. ' 11-25
WANTED Potatoes at once-.
' Cash Store. .
-.FOR SALE-Frcsh cow and calf. 771
N. Commercial. 11-25
TOR RENT Two houses close in. 771
N. Commercial. 11-25
FIOS FOB SALE About 5i lbs. Price
pi each. Phone 29F11. 11-25
FOR wood sawing call 493, business
FOB SALE 4-wecks old pigs. Phone
39F31. J. C. Schinder, Rt. 7. 11-26
FOR SALE Ford, 1916, in good con
ditio 1263 N. Church Si. ., 11-85
FOR SALE A-l stock ranch. Would
take some trade. 812 care Journal tf
TAKEN UP Nov. 7 four lambs. Owner
identify same end pay for ad and
keep. Phone 175 Turner. 11-26
VS ACRES, 5 room house, barn, fami
ly fruit, on good road, close in, $1700
$00 will handle the deal..
FOR SALE At a bargain n vory good
team, harness and wagon; weight
about 1400 lbs each. Phone 75F5. tf
SUITCASE found near Cervais on Pa
cific hishwav. Inquire Bonesteele's
WANT To rent small furnished house
or apartment. Address H A care
MILCH cow for sale, or trade for
beef. Phono 1156W morning or ev
FOB SALE 2 large Durham cows, will
be fresh in a few days. 15 S. 12th.
GOOD team of horses, good harness and
wagon for sale. Price $175. Call
Center St. Feed barn. H-23
FOR SALE New Peerless water pow
er washing machine, very reasonable.
Phone 1091. " X 1123
XIBERTY BONDS-I you must dis
' pose of your bonds, we Will buy
them. 31 Masonic bldg.
FOR 'SALE Or trade, 20 acrps of good
. plow land for 5 acre improved prune
- farm about 2'4 miles from Salem.
20 A care Journal. U-23
WANTED To buy beef
ealves. Phone 1576W.
TWO and three room furnished apart
ments. 491 N. Cottage, pnone
BOY WANTED ever sixteen for steady
work. Glove Factory, 1455 Oak 6t.
WILL trade Salem residence property
nr mAroliandUMI Of SUV KlUO- AO.'
drees M S care Journal.
I, ALL PAPEB 15 eents pT double roD
. pward. Buret's Fumitare Store, 178
3VANTED-rTwo men with families for
, general farm work. Furnished house
' and other supplies; steady work;
' wages. W. J. Turnidge, Talbot, Ore
' Son. 1127
PLENTY of money to load on good
farms: low interest rates; five years
time; privilege to pap $100 or multi
" pi on any interest date. Call or
writ H. M. Hawkins, 314 Masonic
" bldg, Salem, . . - tf
KBST MORTGAGES for sale. Seed
ed by well improved valley fans
in amounts of $500 up to $10,000.
!W A. Roberts, Phone 1427, 314
I Masonic building. 1!"
.FOB BENT Furnished modem 5 room
aouse, close in. Call SOIHM. .11-23
OLD papers for carpets, etc, 10 cents
per aunarea, call at Journal office.
MAXWELL for salo, $275. Terms. Me-
cn&racaiiy perfect. Highway Oarage
Worm 355. Call 1000 8. Com'i. . tf
FOB SALE Cleaned Kinney wheat
resuy ror sewing, sz.so per bu. Phone
66G11 or address E. J. Donnell. 11-23
FOB KENT 1335 State St. beautiful
7 room bungalow, strictly modern.
Adults only. Phone 997. 11-26
bNAP Two aoreg improved, Gardon
road, close in, worth $2000, make
an offer. F. L. Wood, Bayne bldg.
FORD delivery body, metal fenders
complete for sale at a bargain. Call
room 304 U. S. Bank bldg., or phone
376 or 55F13. 11-29
Piano at half price. High grade Story
' & Clark, as good as new. Call at
' room 304 U. 8. Bank bldg, or phone
376 or 55F13. 11-29
MY husband has entered the service
and L wish to sell our 490. 1918
Chevrolet. Phone 1925 after 5 p. in
WE BUY all kinds of old horses
there is nothing we will not take.
Bring to Center St. Feed barn, C. L.
WANTED Steam boiler not less than
25 h. p. Not more than 30. Address
A. W. Lane, 1440 North Liberty St.
SALEM chimney sweep, elean them
without dust on the carpets, furnaces
cleaned and repaired, stoves repair'
ed. Phone 19.
WANTED To rent good furnished
house during months of January and
Fobruary. Address Sheldon, 834 N.
W. Bank bldg, Portland. 11-23
FOR SALE Stockton's
machine with electric
shrinker, large scales,
and all store fixtures.
fVtR iSATiR-Jlr trade honsn at 1183
S. Liberty. Want land, lot or car.
Owner, 1585 Westanna St., Portland, '
3PIRELLA corsets sold by AHce A.
Miles, 1100 Leslie St. Measures tak
en, fit guaranteed. Home Thurs." af
ternoons. Phone 1425R.
rtr a tm?tx m - - M - '
good ranch, for sale! State cash
price, full description. D. F. Bush,
Minneapolis, Minn. ,
AGENTS WANTED Large manufac-
turer wants representatives to sell
lAirta imilnrwear. linninrv. ftrnfwes.
w;t iirirta. a!.. to hmriAa. Writn
for free samples. Madison MUU, 503
-Rrnnwair TJo Ynrlr flu.
FOR SALE Or exchange, sheen ranch
608 acres price $33 per acre, Want ,
residence or small, well improved
farm near Salem. What have you to
trade f Rt. 1, box 6B, Brownsville,
TRADE for Salem residence or Wil
lamotte valley land, 80 acres Rogue
river ranch ' 50 cultivated, balance
timber pasture, good house, fences;
also section timber and sawmill. Will
assume some. No. 6769. 11-23
FOR SALE River bottom ranch con
taining 150 acres, 40 acres cleared,
house, barn, soft and hardwood tim
ber, at 65 dollars iper acr. Will take
some city property in exchange; 8ee;.
Merlin Harding at balcm Haw. to.
WANTED Reliable woman, living
close in to give little boy, age 4
years, good home and best of care
during day, while mother is employ
ed. Would like a place near 446 Un
ion St. if possible Please state how
much expected for care of child.
Phone 5SOM. H-23
6 acres, good 8 room plastered
house, barn, lots of fruit, all good
soil, loso in on good road, will take
residence close in, not. over $2500
and part cash, price $3500.
70 acres, $100 land at $5 rr acre
on easy terms, joining city. Strictly
modern bungalow $2500. Soeolofsky,
341 State St. H-23
Notice is hereby given that a road
district meeting wilf be held at Keene
school 'house in road district No. 47,
in Marion county ,'Oregon, on Saturday
the 30th day of November, 1918, at
3:00 o'olock p. m. for the purpose of
levying an additional tax for road
purposes in said district.
v W. M. BU8IIEY,
Nov. 30. County Judge.
. ff;B that a road ' a American Beet Sugar and two points ; the old timers in Marios eounty, died
1 JtTiiV ?be he d at Nkkiln Wilson. Brooklyn Bapid Transit at The Dalles yesterday afternoon. He
istnct meeting will be held at , ' M tha Um.utu.A i.n ni ;.i, .L f, .!,, .it
ftehlen ' house in road district No, ii,
in Marion county, Oregon, on Saturday
the 30th day of November, 1918, at
3:00 o'clock p. m. for the purpose- of
levying an additional tax for road
purposes in said district.
Pi ps w M BTJSHEY,
Nov. 30. County Judge
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
THE Franco-American Hygienic Com
pany announces to. the discriminat
ing ladies) that a full line of their
Household and toilet requisites is ear
ned by Mrs. E. A. Bennett, 1030 Che
meketa fit Phone 1280.
ARBY if lonely; for results, try ate;
Met and mvst successful "Bom
Maker;" hundred rich wish mar
riage soon; strictly confidential ;
moot reliable; years of experimeei
description free. "The Snoeessfal
Club," Mrs. Purdie, Box 856, Oas.
land,. Calif. .
U S government want tkou&aads clerks
at Washington. Men, women, girls,
la or over. $100 month. Salens exam
inations Dec. 7. Common education
sufficient, with, onr eeaehisg. Your
country needs you. Help her and live
in Washington during war times.
Write immediately for free list posi
tions open. Franklin Institute, Dept.
379-J, Rochester, N. Y.
AEROPLANES MY CARRY
feuo ejfcd vnis pannpaoo)
condition that an automobile can travel
over it at the rate of 20 miles an hour.
An airplane mall service along the
entire length of the Pacific eoast is
probably the plans' of the government,
according to the Dest of information.
In Portland, the race track course of
Rosa City Park has been offered to
the government by Mayor Baker.
In selecting its landing stations, it!
j. j-t !,( ii ill rnf .K. .
solutely necessary for the government
to establish a landing station in Salem I
and for this reason it has been sug
gested that every effort be made to
Becure a landing tract that will be en
tirely satisfactory to the aviation ser
Picks Up A Lot Of Bread And
Wraps It CarefuHv-It
An automatic bread wrapper is the
.latest modern improvement installed by
I the Cherry City Bakery Co, makers or
The advantage of having wrapping
done automatically is of course, in not
having the bread handled by any one
in the wrapping and again in tne mat
ter of saving time, as, the machine is
capable of being geared up to wrap
ping 1500 loaves an hour During the
past week it has been wrapping at the
rate of 1300 an hour.
The sanitary wax paper used for
wrapping is on a roll and as the paper
is used, the machine automatically cuts
it the right length. After the cutting of
the paper as the loaves pass along on
an endless belt, when the loaf comes
to a cenain pari m m.u.i.o,
pluneer from underneath raises the loaf
while the finger of the automatic
pick it up, at the same time folding
the vATteT over and around the loaf
Then the bread is passed through the
scaling part of the machinery where
the ends are folded and sealed.
In the manufacture of the bread,
from the very beginning to the time
the loaf is wrapped, the loaf is hand
led by an employe only once and that
is when the loaves are taken from the
cooling trays, and placed on the endless
belt leading to tne automatic wrapper.
When the "Holsura" bread has pass
ed through the wrapper, it is sealed air
tiirht. dust proof and also moisture
The wrapping of bread by machinery
has been found to be of such an ad
vantage in not only a sanitary way
but also in that of saving time, that
the Cherry City Baking company ex
pect soon to put in another wrapper
whereby 2600 or more loaves may be
automatically wrapped an hour.
The Cherry City Bakery has a cap
acity of 15,000 loaves of bread a day.
Each of the three ovens when worked at
full capacity will turn out 5,000 loaves.
When the company opened here in
Jannary of 1917, it was baking only
2,000 loaves daily. To care for the pro
sent business requires 22 employes. Six
Fords aro in the delivery service and
40 tons of coal are used monthly.
According to the present ruling of
the Htate Food administration, the lid
is off on purchases of flour or the
amount of bread any one may con
sume. However, as many grocers still
have on hand everal substitutes, the
food- administration is urging that
housekeepers do not discontinue all at
once the use of substitutes or the pur
chasing of bread in- which substitutes
are used. -
Stocks Under Pressure
In Late Trading Today
, . 'after turning over their motor trucks
New York, Nov. 23.-The Evening- d &nd mineltinA fortif-;fa-Sun
financial review today said: u t0 the Frencn
Stocks were under pressure in the , m
late trading but except for a few is- PROMINENT STOCKMAN D1KS
sues, the declines were not so laige, al-
though the buying power was thin. The Willi W. Brown, one of the best
features were a four point falling off .known stockmen in eastern Oregon,
in Baldwin, weakness in all motor is-j who formerly lived near KaJem and
sues and many rails: three poltn decline jPaiia and who was well known to all
Was forced down t0 36 5-8, the lowest
price since the suspension of dividends.
The session as a whole was unimportant
MASSACRES IN PETROGRAD
Washington, Hov. 23. Terrifie bol
shevist massserea in Petrograd, in
which 500 former officer were mur
dered, were reported in a Delsisgfors
newspaper, according to state depart
ment advices from Stockholm today.
The position of interned foreigners
is said to be precarious. '
F. V. STEUSLOFF SEES
m EXCITING Tints
Was h On lie Great Peace
Cclebnca In New York
Gfei To Get Home.
Fred W. Steusloff, president of the
Salem Commercial club is home from, a
six weeks visit in the east, taken both
a a pleasur and business trip.
Before going on to- .New York Mr.
Steusloff stopped at his former home,
Cheyenne, Wy, where He found that
but a few changes in general had been
made ia tha city during the past thir
In Buffalo, New York, he found busi
ness conditions not very encouraging
excepting in the manufacture of air
planes and munitions. But it was in
New York City that he saw the great
est sights of his long trip as he ar
rived there just -the day before the
first big peace celebration. In describ
ing the way the New York City folks
celebrated the peace news -Mr. Steus
loff said: . '
"All day and all night long the eity
went wild. People were dancing on the
streets, surging up and down (Fifth
AHnue and Broadway in almost a
solid mass. Business' was suspended.
"Soldiers and sailors were being car
ried on- the shoulders of the exeited
people. Officers and' soldiers of the
American army as well as those of
uanaaa, r-ngiana ami rrencu wus aai
pened to be in the eity, stood on street
corners, offering everybody a drink.
Bottles were in sight everywhere and
everybody treating. Jn many instances
there was a general ideBire for promis-
cous kissing when any of the gentler
sex appeared willing to take part in
"From the tops of, the sky ssra-pers
floated, scraps of oaner until Fifth
Avenue and Broadway appeared to be
in a great snow storm. People stood on
corners all night long singing the na
tional anthem and other patriotic
Daring the second, peace celebration
Mr. Steusloff was traveling west, but he
saw the crowds doing it all over again
at Atlantic City, (Philadelphia and
Washington City 'where President
Wilson and wife headed a parade.
In Texas he fonnd great prosperity
due to tha high price of cotton. In New
Orleans he had the pleasure of visiting
the Elks' home costing $5,000,000,
where they have a membership of
5,600. He found brother Elks most
courteous and entertaining at all points
tf his visit.
After sizing np markets in the east
and south Mr. Steusloff is inclined to
think those of Halem are above the
general average. .f ,y
HID ITS 01 AT LAST
Worbes Field. Pittsburgh, Pa., Nov.
23. Pitt University won the 1918 in
tercollegiate championship this after
noon with a decisive , victory over
Georgia Tech. ' The score was 32 to 0.
The game was witnessed by more than
34,000 and about half that number
erowded about the . gates and nearby
streets clamoring for admission.
' Great Lakes Defeats Navy. ,
Farrugut Field, Annapolis, Md., Nov.
23.; Coming from behind in the last
period this afternoon, the Great Lakes
Naval Training station defeated the
Nava.1 academy, 7 to 6.
At Chicago: Illinois 29, Chicago 0. '
Wisconsin 14, Ohio State 3.
At Boston: Brown 28, Dartmouth, 0.
At Minneapolis: Minnesota 6, Chi
BY IN. CASTELEAU
By Frank 3. Taylor
(United Press Stuff Correspondent.)
Colomar, Nov. 22. (Delayed.) Gen
eral Casteleau liberated Colomar this
afternoon. Enthusiastic swarms of Al
satian women and children, in native
costumes, formed a welcoming proces
sion for the French soldiers and re-
pledged their allegiance to the mother
The buildings were masses of allied
colors. "A formal flag raising was held
in the public square.
I accompanied tlie French to the
Rhine thig morning, where solemn en
try was made into Neu Brcisch which
now will again be known a Neuf Bii
sach. In complance with the aunistice,
the unarmed Germans crossedthe river
had been ill with cancer for about six
months prior to his death.
Mr. Brown was a native of Oregon
sod made his home during his earlier
years with FaViritus Bmith near Salem.
He wss niairied in 1$74 to Rachel
Thomas who lived four mile out of Sa
lem. They became the parents of two
children, Ba!J)h, now dead, and Owen
who live at The Dalle..
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Prepare for the Holidays
possible;. our service will
I Georgette and Crepe DeChine Waists
Models of beauty, worth much more,
We have just received a lot of NEW
THINGS in Ladies' Neckwear, made
up in Georgette, Crepes, Organdie
and Voiles in plain embroidered and
lace trimmed. ,
Among them you will find that
"NEW VESTEE" now so popular.
The lines range f rom....$1.00 to $3.50
But we have selected a show
ing, including Collar and
Cuff sets, to run as an
EXTRA SPECIAL ...
. Shop Early Be
fore Stocks Are
May Establish Boat Service
Between Salem asd Portland
Re-establishing of freight service on
the river between Salem and Portland
was proposed to several business men
last evening at the Commercial club.
"aptain Exson an experienced steam
boat man of Woodburn made the prop
osition of putting on a boat s-. ce,
saying he had interested Portland men
who would at least invest half the
amount necessary. It is tboiiglft that
a freiRht boat would cost from $12,000
As not only an advertisement for
Salem but as a business proposition for
the many bottom land farmers along
the river who have no railroad com
munication, it was thought that the
boat service would be worthwhile to
the busineSB- men of Balfm. There was
also expressed the opinion that with
no boat service, the government would
discontinue all river iiuprovments.
As to docle conditions, C. Iv. Spanld
ing said he would co-operate with the
IX Deputed Ji. JLLOOOLJLGOODS
ng a municipal dock 'McCoy, Helen Row, Mildred Gill, Flor
urt street n tho land ence ( artwright, ( lema Goohrmg, Ma-
city in estannsning
at the foot of Court
along the river is owned by the Siiauld
ing Logging company.
As tflo matter now stands, it will de
pend npon the business men in their
willincnes' to take pome stock in the
propoecd river eompany as to whether
the boat line wiu o i-siaunwiru. t"c
meeting called last evening was to hear
fhe proposal of Captain Exson. The
matter will probably be taken up by
the Commercial club.
Is Only Americtn Held
Prisoner By Austrians
Washington, Nov. 23. Clar-
ence.W. Young holds a world's
record. A statement issued by
The Red Cross is arranging
"Americans held prisoner by
Yonng Is the one.
The Red Cross is arrangelng
for his repatriation, along with .
the 2,452 American prisoners in
The Journal classified ads ar
great favorites with people who
d things Tr mw
by Shopping early; Please
We have selected a lot of suits and
dresses to make our leady-to-Wear
department a busy place dur
ing Holidays and have reduced
them all 20 per cent regardless of
their real worth and values. See
this selection if you wish to save
All makes and all kinds from the
small dressed doll and celluloid joint
ed baby doll to the more expensive
dolls with real hair and real eye
brows, cork and hair stuffed. Prices
range from... . ..50c to $15.00
The most complete showing of dolls
hetween Portland and San Francisco
out. we nave puc special prices on
these to close out entirely.
You can Always do Better at
Y. W. C, A, Notes
The Y. W. C. A. will resume the reg
ular vesper services on Sunday after
noon at 4:30 o'clock. The first service
has been planned as a memorial for
Mrs. R. S. Wallace and Mrs Chaunccy
Bishop. A general invitation i extc-ml1
ed to their friends.
The class in "Home care of the
sick" will meot on Thursday night at
the Y. W. C. A. at 7:30. Mrs. Mina
Cook, instructor. There art as yet a
few vacancies in the class, and thoso
desiring to do so, may register at the
Y; W. C. A. Mr. Alice. II. Dodd's
French class will meet Tuesday even
ing at 7 o'clock.
The Y. W. C. A. appreciates the help
which has been given in the. work on
the loyalty cards. The following aro
thoifc who havo ussisted: Misses Maude
dci rtooerison, cairice unit-, ujuv
Martin, Alma Pohle, Marie Churchill,
Vesta mith, Margaret (iraliam, Irene
Kunt;!, Lucille Elliott ami Mrs. faro
der. BRITISH RED CROSS IN BERLIN
Amsterdam, Nov. 23. Britich Red
Cross officials have arrived in Berlin.
END OF THE WAR.
Germany has quit and we are glad
The old war is done. Now who should
The fighting is null; that opens for
And frcedon from strife the longed
The kaiser has quit v his job he threw up
Skipped like a coward, went off like
Showing he deserves severe punishment
For what he has done but he won t r
Wo gave of our b:ys: many of them
Supreme sacrifice. The kaiser defied.
Autroeracy dono and freedom .they
Withtheir own life-blood. So grandly
We gave of our means to hclg them
fo that they could sing for us freedom V j
Old Bill's one-man power has gone sill
a arrtniih '
shop in the mornings if
. : f
M.;ri i it 1
'Ml " H
are already almost sold XX
j' ' TT
Shop in Morn
ings. We can give
you better ser
And when ho did fall, his meat turned
to hash. "
Ho thought ho would rule tho whole
world and more
And make each country open to him its
But ho's sadly left and so lost victory
For now all people want democracy.
Down with tho kuisor and up with tho
That is tho reason for which Ihoy aul
And now they have gained tho grand
and good cause , -Kor
which they long fought. They need
Down with tyranny and up with our
Tho red, wliito and blue is a "grand old
rug. " -
The ullics it cheered and for viewer
For conquer it did in their distant
C. A. VAN CLKVK.
ltl-40 North Front street.
FRUIT INSPECTOR BOOSTS
THE "DELICIOUS" APPLE
Fruit Inspector S. IT. Van Trump U
is boosting tho good quuliticr of tho
apple known as the "Delicious." Ho
say it was originally grown from a
seedling, brought from Iowa, and, as
often the cane, a wonderful fruit may
bo developed from a seedling that has
not got any pedigree worth speuking
of. Silvcrtuu Tribune.
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Soloist and teacher. Nine and
half years' study and teaching in
Kuropc, twelvo years in Portland.
' ' Pupils holding responsible posi
V, tions in many parts of United
" States as teachers and soloists
1 Beginners accepted; eoaching in
accompanying and ensemble for
T apartment. Studio at Marlon ho T
I tel, Mnturdays beginning Sept. 28 I
BERTHA JUNE DARBY
TEACHER OF PIANO
Special training for beginwrs. Godows-kv-Proffressive
scries if desired.
I Studio 078 N. Cottage. Telephone 1330W
444444444444-4 4 4444