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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1918.
S311NAL WANT AD DEPARHENT IS THE BEST SELLING
EDIUM 01 MARION COUNTY-TRY TH11 FOR RESETS
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POTATOES for sale. Phone 80FJJ. ti
CORD wood for sale. Phone evenings
I0RN11SHED housekeeping rooms, 694
. N. Coral St Phone 2454W. 11-27
TABLE squash by 100 lbs. Cummings,
94F13. - " ' H-2T
FOR RENT Furnished apartments,
- 330 S. 14th. Phone 2092R, - 11-30
HOUSE cleaning and window cleaning
wanted. Phone 123T. 12-5
FOR wood sawing call 493, business
hours. - , . . 12-2
FOKD truck , chain drive, for sale. 225
Center t. Feed barn. 11-28
LOST Yollow 1 Persian cat. Findr
please leave at 648 Union. 11-27
WANTED Plain sewing. Phone 7!)6.
FOR SALE Pigs 6 weeks old, $4.
'Phone 49F5. , 11-2S
FOR SALE Fresh cow, 3 year old Jer
. sey. 1925 State St. 11-29
FOB KENT Modern S room house at
1185 N. 4th St. Phone 20S1J. 11-28
F0UiN!D-A Jersey cow. Owner can
have same by phone 81 F14. 11-28
' FOR SALE -Good milk cows. Inquire
, 629 N. Winter from 8 to 10 a. m. tf
WANTED To buy beef cattle and
talveg. Phone 157GW. 12-12
WANTED Girl for general house work
State School for Deal. Phone 648.
F-OR ftALE S. C White Leghorn roos-
tens, O. A. C. strain, cheap. Phone
1135W. h . . "V ' - .tf
" " "
FKESII cow, heavy milker, for sale or
exchange for stock hogs. Joseph
Barber. Phone 84F4. . 11-27
FOR 'RENT Two sleeping rooms in
' Hubbard bldg, heat, light and water
furnished. Call room 304. , tt
OLD papers for carpets, etc., 10 cents
: per huadred, call at Journal office.
1 ' - - ' ' "
MAXWELL for sale, $275. Terms. Me
chanically perfect Highway Garage
. Phone 355. Call 1000 S. Com'l. tf
FOR SALE 1916 Ford, shock absorb
ers, speedometer, good tiros and ex
tras, $350. 2645 Portland road. 11-30
IdBERTY BONDS If you must dis
pose of your bonds, we will buy
. them. 314 Masonic bldg. tf
TWO and three room furnished apart
ments. 491 N. Cottage. Phone 2203.
: ' - ' 13-5
WANTED Assistant lady cook and
lady waitress. 223 N. Coinl- 11-30
EARLY fuggle hop roots for sale. J. R.
Cooper, independence. 12-26
FOR SALE Ford, 1918, 95 per cent
new. state St.- . n-29
FORD delivery body, meta fenders
complete for sale at a bargain. Call
room 304 U. a Bank bldg., or phone
376 -or 55F13. , 11-29
MY husband has entered the service
and I wish to sell our 490 1918
Chevrolet. Phone 1925 after 5 p. m.
WE BUY all kinds of old horses
there is nothing we will not take.
Bring to Center St Feed barn, C. L.
Scott . ; . 11-28
WANTED Steam boiler not less than
25 h. p. No.t more than 50. Address
A. W. Lane, 1440 North Liberty Bt
RIVER BOTTOM FARM, 160 86-100
aeres, about 148 acres under plow.
This is all sandy bottom loam land,
all fenced and cross fenced. Oood
house, good stoek barn, dairy barn
40x120 feet, with cement floors,
stanchions for 36 cows. Qas engine
, in barn with water tank and full
barn equipment. Good peach orchard,
grape vineyard, apple orchard and
small fruits. Plenty of fine wood on
the place for fuel., This plaee is on
good graveled road only two miles
from Oorvallis" It is considered ono
of the best bottom land places in the
Willamette valloy. Wheat made as
high as 22 busheld to the acre tnis
past season. The land -OAs produced
as high as 5 tons of alfalfa per acre.
We might take a small piece of
good town property or a good car as
part payment. Price $22,000. Call on
or write owners, E. A. Miller and II.
E. Waltor, Box 86, OorvaMs, Or. 11-30
JflUU trade Salem residence property
for merchandise of any kind. Ad
dresg M S care Journal. 12-1
j, ALL PAPER 15 eents per double roll
upward. Buret's Furniture Store, 179
FOR SALE-JCheap if taken at once,
1917 Ford touring, excellent condi
tio. Will take liberty bonds. Call
157 S Winter. 11-28
"WANTED To bov an oak or steel fil
' log cabinet, write us giving descrip
tion and price. Miller & Walter, Cor-
vallis Or. H-27
SALEM chimney sweep, clean them
without dust on the carpets, furnaces
cleaned and repaired, stoves repair
ed. Phone IB. tf
WANTED Woman for eooking and
general housework, must be expen-
. ... x.i L k. 'ah.
CHceu. wive leieprune euihw4.
drwa Box 72 care Journal. 11-27
yi ANTED Two men with families for
general farm worn:, rornianea nouse
" uid other supplies; steady - work;
" ' mrni W. J. Turnidse. Talbot, Ore-
GOOD BUYS ,
140 acres of first class farm land in
higTi state of cultivation, 100 acres in
crop, balance pasturo, running water,
price $85 per acre, ill acre tract, o
acres boaring Italian prunes, small
house, price $3000. 75 acre tract, oo
acreg of bearing Italian prunes in first
class condition, balance in tamoer,
price $21,500. 15 acre tract,-10 aeres
of prune orchard, balance cultivated
land, price $5000. 160 acre farm, all
cultivated, good buildings, dark soil,
price $125 per acre. 25 acre rarm o
miles out, all cultivated, good house,
orchard, price $5000. 100 cre farm, 40
acres cultivated, balance pasture-and
timber, running water, old buildings,
price $6000. 17 8-4 acre tract, 5 acres
or iiogaauerTieu in uuiuu
several acres more cultivated, balance
in timber and pasture, 4 miles out,
price $3500. 1 acre tract, 3 4 acre in
Loganberries, gooa nouse, wen, price
$1300. 320 acre farm, 225 acres cultivat
ed, balance timber and pasture, good
house, barn, rock road, 7Vi miles from
Salem. This is good gram or une
land, price $60 per aere. $0000 down,
balance terms at 6 per ecnt int. Good
7 room strictly modern house, paved
street, price $3700. Good 5 room plas
tered house, paved street, price $1250.
10 acre tract, 5 acres cultivated, bal
ance pasture, house ' and . bam, chicken
If you want to buy, traue or sen,
v tf (i-Tt ARRF.NHOKST & CO.
- 275 State street ,11-27
GIVES LOCATIOiNS OF
Positions Of Forty One Divis
ions With Commanding Of
ficers Made Known.
Washington, Nov. 27. Location of
forty one American divisions in France
JNov. 7, with tie names of command
ing generals, was announced by the
1 Nourt and St. Dizier, Brigadier
General Frank Parker. " ,
2 Foose and St. Di&er, Mat Gen.
John A. Lejeune.
3 Tannins and St. Dizier; Brig. Gen.
Preston Brown. '
4 Lucey and St. Diaier, Maj. Gen.
Mark L Hersey.
5 Conel and St. Dizier, Maj. Gen.
Hanson E. Ely.
6 Stonns and St Dizier, Maj Gen!
Walter H, Gordon.
7 Euvezin and St. Diner, Maj, Gen.
Edmund Wittenmeyer. .
26 Bras, Troyon Sur teuse and St.
Dy.ier, Brig. Gen. F. E. Bamford.
27 -Corbie, Beanqueasne, St... Dizier,
Maj. Gen. John F. O'Ryan.
28 Heudicourt and St. Dizier, Maj.
Gen. William H. Hay. :
29 iRobert Espagne and St Dizier,
Maj. Genj C. C. Morton.
30 Querriu, via B. E, F Maj. Gen.
Edward H. Lewis.
31 Brest, Ttfaj. Gen. LeRoy S. Lyon.
32 Ainereville and St. Dizier, Maj.
Gen. William C. Haan. .
33 Troyon and St. Dizier, Maj. Gen.
George Bell, Jr.
34r Jastras, Brag. Gen. Join; A. John
ston. . . . i ..... .
35 Sommie Dieue ,and St. Dizier,
Maj. Gen. P. E. Traub. -
3b Conde-fcn-Barrois, Maj.. Gen.: W.
R, Smith. .
37 Thiolt. Dunkcrque, Maj. Gen.
Charles S. Farnsworth.
38 LeMans, Maj. Gen. Robert L.
42 iMaisoncelle and St. Dizier, Maj.
Gen. Charles D. Rhodes.
77 LaBasce, Yarennes, St. Dizier,
Maj. Gen. Robert Alexanutr.
78 LeChampy-Uaut and St. Dizier,
Maj. Gen. Jameg H. McCrao,
79 Vaehereauville anl St. lMzior,
aj. Gen. Joseph IS. Kunn. .
80 Sommauthe and St. Dizier, Maj.
Gen. A.. Cronkhite. "
81 Somme Dioue, Is-Sur-Tille, Maj.
Gen, C. J. Bailey.
82 (Florent, Maj. Gen. . Pi Dun
can. - " ' ' ,
84 Neuvic, Maj. Gen. H. C. Hale.
86 St. Andre De Cubaac, Maj. Gen
C D. Martin.
87 (Pons. Mai. Gen. S. D. Stureis.
88-s-Montreaux Chateau, Ig-Sur-TiUe,
Mai. Gon. William weieel.
" 89 Tailly and St. Dizier.' Brig. Gen.
P.. L. Winn. '
90 Villers Dev Oun and St Dizier,
Mai. Gen. H. T. Allen...
91 Oostroosebeke and Dunkerque,
Ma. Gen. wn, H Johnston.
92 Maboche and St. Dizier, Maj.
Gen. Charles C. Ballou.
Depot divisions, location of nea
auarters and commanding general. ,
41 St. Ajignan and Noyers, Brig.
Gen. Eli Cole.
83 LeMans and Castress, Maj. 'Gen.
H. F. Rhodes. .
83 Poavilly, Maj. Gen. C. W. Ken
39 St. Florent, Maj. Gen. H. " U
Hodires. Jr. ..
40 KeVigny ana Ht. JUizicr, Jsj.
Gen. F. S. Strong.
LOST Ot stolon. Saturday. White
French poodle dog. Regard for Te
turn. 4ST3 N. 12th St. FhOM 1020J.
HKI.P WANTED Government needs
thmicands men and women for gov
ernment departments, railway mail,
post office, customs, internal rev
enue. $1100, $1800. Examinations
soon. Experience unnecessary. For
Free particulars- regarding examina
tions write J. C Leonard, (former
civil service examiner,) 1059 Kcnois
building, Washington, D. C. 11-30
NOTICE OF TEMPORARY APPOINT
MENT OF KECEIVilii
In the county court of the state of
Oregon for the county of Marion.
Portland Trust Company of Romano,
a corporation, plaintiff, vs Pinckney
Bros. Dairy, a corporation, Welch Elee
trie & Fixture company, a corporation,
and J. B. Kennedy, defendants.
Notice is hereby given that by order
of the above entitled court duly made
and entered on the 19th day of Novem
ber, 1918, John E. Cronan was appoint
ed temporary receiver of the defend
ant, Pinckney Bros. Dairy. corpora
tion, said appointment to continue un
til the 30th day of November, 1918, at
the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., at which
time all persons interested are hereby
notified to appear in the court room of
the above entitled court to snow cauiw
if anv exist why said receivership
State Hoose Notes
Attemnt of tho state board of health
to make an increase in salary granted
to Dr. Holt, state health otficur, ro
troactive and apply to tho past 13
mouths is illegal and the secretary of
state is not authorized to approve the
claims for the back salary, according
to an opinion given t0 the secretary
of state by Attorney General Brown,
The attorney general points out that
the health board hs authority to fix
salary of the state health officer but
it cannot make the increase apply to
salary which has already been paid.
Dr. Holt's salary was $250 a month
It was raised to $300 a month, and late
ly another increase has been granted
to $4000 a year. The board sought to
make the $4000 a year salary apply to
tho past year. ,
Victory Sale of Ready io wears
i An event long-looked-for : arid, the most I
important sale of the season combining
Go the Limit, Santa
The war is over, buy the children
ti toys while our stock is complete.
.t tii i m j.l i. .n
uuiis anu xoys on me ur&i xiour,
now. '.Very convenient
$45.00 Coats at ; l...$35.65
$47.50 Coats at. $37.65
$55.00 Coats at $43.65
$57.50 Coats at ..........$45.65
$69.50 Coats at ....$55.65
" PLUSH COATS in best quality of
oaiis, lexuies, nam ana lur mm
med. Your choice less ONE-THIRD
Women's and Misses'
Values to $40.00. Extraordinary
i . values, high grade, serges, poplins,
gabardines, worsteds, etc. Novelty
belted and semi-fitted styles, some
with plush collars, fur and cloth
at a great saving. This victory sale
t The Label of the Lamb
I Signifies the : highest grade of
tt knitted wearables. These snappy
mornings suggest knitted snug
riers, shawls, sweaters, mittens,
t leggings. We have a great line.
Women's and Misses'
Coats, $12 J5
Values to $22.50. Serviceable, prac
tical styles for utility wear, splen
did values and worth almost double
materials, slate, pannette, mixtures
tweeds, kerseys, etc Special
Women's and Misses'
Suits at $34.85
Values to $55.00. Very smart mod-
els. An unparalleled offering. A
most delightful surprise. Tailored
and semi-tailored styles, elega
made, and very desirable. Extra
special value at
Crepe,DeChine and Georgette
Waists, Special. $4.95
Lovely waists of good grade Georg
ette and silk crepe de chine. In
white and flesh, neat, tailored sty
les and embroidered. Several mod
els. All sizes. Sale Price
$57.50 Suits at $45.65
$67.50 Suits at $53.85
DRESSES. Our beautiful stock of H
the choicest styles in this season's it
showing. Serges, Silks, Jerseys
Your unrestricted choice less
Women's and Misses'
Values $30.00. This group of coats
are the best of this" season's offer
ing. Beautiful winter models of
velours, meltons, imported tweeds,
pleated and belted effects. Large
range of sizes. Special
Women's and Children's Handker
chiefs. From the plain sheer cotton
and linen to the exquisite dainty
embroidered ones. Also colored ef
fects in a wonderful array. Single
and in special boxes. Full stock for
Vla. fiAT.I! 15 nr
4.hvr Und one mile south Philo
math, $25 per aere, 2-3 down. Good
"' for stock, poultry or fruit ranch.
- Heary Ambler, Philomath, or 1295
Fir street, Salem, Or. 11-27
o0 acreg jrub oak 8lli not l continued robjMt to the
f;," . ".r Pht . further order of the d wH -
PliENTY of money to loaa on good
farms; low interest rates; fi yean
time; privilege to pp $100 or molU
le cn any interest datr. Call or
. write H. K. HawkiBj, 3H Kawsie
VTHflfP MOBTGAGK3 to ale. See
4 by -iren rmprored Talley I toB M havinir declared before aome or
JOHN E. CRONAN.
AT THE PEACE TABLE.
Editor of The Capital Journal:
The Portland OregonUn of the 25th
int. quote Cardinal O 'Conoel. of Bo
in amonnt. of $500 OP to ' 0,000.
Thot A. Boberta, Phone 1427, 314
Maaonie building. 13-
KE SALE Hirer bottom ranch eoa
taimcg 150 acre, awe. eteared,
: koase, fears, ioft and hardwood tim
ie, at 65 dollars per new. "Will tak.
font city property in exchange. See
aleriin Harding at Salem Haw. 'Jigioug imaM been at etakef and had
lL. our religiooi freedom and religious tol-
Canizatioa of Catbolie women that the
Pore haa a rightful plaee at the peace
table. Would yea hindiy allow me apace
to give the opinion of one America
citizen! Evidently, there is to be
propaganda waged to induee pnblie
opinion to tolerate this unprecedented
occurrence. Hag the great war, just
ended, been a religious wart Have Te-
erance been in jeopardy t If not, then
why his cry for religious representa
tion at the peace table. If the head
of this particular religious organiza
tion is represented, why not be .lh
odist, Presbyterian, Lutheran! Why not
the lodges send their representatives,
political parties or just to make a long
story short, why not stick up a sign on
tho four eornerg of the universe which
reads: "Peace conference at
France on the . . (datd). Every
body invited. Bring a friend!"
Are not the chosen representative
of the Democratic peoples of the world
qualified to represent them in the in
terest of world peace, without aid of
any outside faetion or creed, whose on
ly possible object is its' own aggran
dizement! If such a representation is
granted at such an important confer
ence as the peace table, why not in
our own federal government, in' our
courts of law, in our schools ,ete. We
will have the latter to contend with
ia the sot far distant future. It i the
opinion of ene citizen- that a world
peace can be guaranteed only by the
representatives of all the people cob
ecrned, without the interference or dic
tation of any religions or political
creeds whatsoever. The toleration of
stleh representation can bring n0 good
to the world, and only preclude the
twilight of another era of religious tot
eranee. And of such i. granted, the
deep thinker and historian tan. really
While there is no statute in Oregon
auhorizing the -eonnty court to com
promise the amount of delinquent taxes,
a compromise may be made if there is
a Witiniate dispute ot if it is found
that the proceedings of the tax officers
have been irregular. ;
That is tho gist ot an opinion given
by the attorney general ti District At
torney Duncan of Kiamath Falls, wio
wanted to know if a compromise in the
delinouent taxes whieh
should be collected could be made if
the taxes due amounted to more tnan
the land is worth.
Attorney General Brown cites the
South Dakota law which specifically
gives to the county court authority to
compromise delinquent taxes when it
is t0 the interest of the county to do so
and savs Oregon should have a similar
law. .. .
W. P. Ellis, official reporter for the
public service commission, today receiv
ed word that his brother, Jesse D. El
ite, who waa wounded while in service
in France, has arrived saleiy at namp
ton, Va. ... ; .
Cancellation of the bearing sehedur
ed to be held before an examiner of
the interstate commerce commission at
Portland on December 11 relative to
the' effort to obtain a reduction in
f reiffbt rates from Portland to Southern
Oregoa points to correspond with the
rate now enjoyed ry ra rraBcisee js
announced in a notice received today
bv the commission.
The eases were heard about a year
ago and a petition for a rehearing was
granted. The reason lor tbe cancel
lation of the hearing is not stated. The
CONCLAVE TO SETTLE
Holland Has Troops Around
Former Kaiser's Castle
' Amsterdam, Nov. 21.Delayed.)
The Dutch premier, speaking in the
chamber today said:
"The moment the kaiser's presence
is dangerous to Holland, he will have
HOLLAND IS STUBBORN,
, , By Lowell Meitett
(United Press Btaff Correspondent)
London, Nov. 27. While legal au-
gan. otherwise ho might ha.ve gone
Holland's precautions against any
plotting are known to include a cor
don of troops around Ainerongen cas
tle. Tho former emperor is not permit
ted to cross the moat. The country
around the castle is low and generally
VVilliehn, it is reported, constantly
displays irritation and impatience,
wlnlo the Dutch mostly are frankly
contemptuous because he failed to face
Ih 6 music.
The former erown prince's abode is
on a barren island where only habita
tion is the rector's house, where Fried
e.rich Wilholm is quartered. The IVutch
r the allies would be unable to pro
vide a more unpleasant prison.
Grass," Biseholfj sung by Mr. OiUo.
Anthem "Lift up Your Heads, O Yo
Gates," E. K. Heysor.
Solo "To Pastures Green Ho Lead
eth," from .Emmanuel; sung by Miss
Aldrich. ,. . ..
Anthem "Yo tlmt titund in tlin
Houso of the Lord," by Waltor Spin
ney. Holo "Praise to Thee, Olorioiis
Father," Harding; sung by Mev. Aid
rich. Anthem ".Rejoice, Ye Pure in
Heart," Henry Windermere.
In the eounty court, the estate of
Edward Burns was closed and tho ex
ecutrix relieved of further duty spun
filing receipts for the distributive
shares. According to the will of Ed
ward Burns, Father Buck of St. Jo
seph's church, ftaleni, is to receive $.100
and tho balance of the cash estate,
amounting to $.').'i2f".5,1, be paid to tho
"Right Bevereiid Alexander Christie.
n f p . archbishop of the Jtoman Catholic
Central Congregational church, diocese 0f Oregon
Thanksgiving Concert At
The public is invited to enjoy the
Thanksgiving Concert Et the Central
Congregational church, lorner of Kouth
19th and Ferry streets, Thanksgiving
evening, isov. 2th, at 7:30 o'clock.
thorities of the British government i Special numbers wil' be rendered by
have not decided that tho allies are; Rev. H. N. Aldrich. Miss Gertrude AI
entitled to demand extradition of the drieh nnd Mr. Albert Gille. The home
former kaiser, it is-learned that Hoi- fires of tho t'lttireb will be lighted aft-
land is not yet persuaded on that right.
The Dutch government ig understood
to maintain that Wilhelm can only be
extradited b Germany, or, if his fate is
decided at the peace conference he will
then be givea up n accordance with
er the concert ard all attending are
invited to enjor exchange of Thanhs
Anthem "The Earth is the LerdV:
E. K. Hevser.
Duet "We Thank, Thee, O Father"
ask himself in all sincerity and scri-,the Portland Traffic A Transportation
suck decision inasmuch as Germany will
cases cancelled are those brought byifce represented. .Alfred Woolcr; sung by -Kev. Aldrich
Th reason the unwelcome guest is and H. C. Stover.
No other remedy will so
sorely and quickly correct
stomach Gi!ments, regulate
the liver and improve the
general health as a dose of
1J ES A A AHA a a
ou sn ess. "Are wars yet over!"
Yourj for a better world,
Association, the Medford Commercial 0n their hands, the Dutch say, is only! Anthem "O Be Joyful 3a the lord"
Irlub and the Kiamatn commercial cr.:nitliat Holland is the nearest neutral e. l, Ashford.
against the Southern Tuelflc. J point to Hpa from which his flight be-1 Solor "If God So Clothed the
Urimt Sale of Ajit Modieina in th World:
2old Twbr. lm ftw 10c, 25c.
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