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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1918.
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HBENAL WANT AD DEPAMfHT B THE BEST SELM
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KLASSOTED ADVEBTISINa RATES
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1 appears and notify us immediately if
Minimum charge, lSe.
t POTATOES for tale. Phone 80FU. tf
WANTED Worlc on truck or machine
hop. Phone 8F23 evenings. 12-8
FOB RRNT 3 room furnished apart
raont. Phone 1525." 12-7
FOB SALE 6 Orpington hens and 1
rooster. Phone 6SF21. 12-6
6TRAYBD Brown horso with halter;
finder please phone 1647. 12-11
FOR SAJjB-Seeond growth fir. Phone
WATB&-JT-pin(T to do after office
hours. Pnone 1J56. 12-7
FOR SALB 5 room bnnpalow eaeap,
easy terms. 1335 N. 18th. 12 tf
TOR BENT A house partly furnished
$7 per month. Phone 193UM. 13-6
20 OOBDH eld fir wood, $0 per cord,
delivered. Phone 71F22 12-7
WE want poultry, eggs, and hides.
Cherry City Feed Barns. 12-10
COWS for sale. Cherry City Feed Barns
WOOuT cutters wanted to cut about
5000ordse M. Woods Rt, 9, Salem.
OOOD horse and buggy for sale or will
trade for eow. I, W. Thomas, West
Salem. . - : 12-6
HOUSE cleaning and window cleaning
wanted. Jfhone 1237. 12-12
WAXTT7D Woman for maternity" ease
UQBQ . . A 1-
EABMT firggle hop roots for sale. J. K.
cooper, independence. 12-26
WAXTEDMesscnger boy. Western
Union Union Telegraph Co. tf
FURNISHED house for rent, P. 0. VS.
FOR SALE .Clheap, furniture for small
rooming nouse, must sell at once. 322
N. High, Salem. 12-10
WANTT3-To buy fresh cow or one
Iresi soon. Mast be gted. Pearl
Wood, Gervais, Kt. 1. 12-12
GEO. MARTIN Expert on all makes
or typewriters, l'hone 937 or call 124
S. Liberty St. 12-6
WANTED Women to pack strawber
ry piaats ana men to uig plants.
Phone 98F3. 12-
MAtf WANTED Unmarried man for
small dairy ranch on coast. Call at
1036 Chemeketa. tf
FOR. SALE Two good young Jersey
cows, one fresh, one soon; will trade
for fat cows. 1925 State St. . 12-9
LOST Auto chains between Salem
and Dallas. Reward. Phone 1712R.
MONEY to loan, large and small
amounts on farm or city. W. A. las
ton, agent. 12-7
CORD wood for sale. Phone evenings
.WANTED Fat thin and fresh cows,
large calves. Phone 1425M. 12-28
WANTED -To buy beef cattle and
ealve. Phone 1579W. - 12-12
BBO-WTHRHD Jersey bull calf for
ale. Price $20. Cash or trade. Phone
MatHf ;"' '- .12-7
FOB 8ALB . Bright baled straw. East
one mile, pen road, rel barn, four
corner . 12-12
YOIXN0 man would Eke a job driving
delivery or passenger machine. Phone
YOUNG- Filipino boy wants position
as cook in private family. Phone
630, .room 27. , 12-6
TOR SALE 10 pigs 2 months old, $5
each. Phone 27F15. G. H. Thompson,
Macleay, Or. 12-7
!WANTBD-,Wood cutting by, W. H.
Propst. Salem, Or., Rt 4, box 118A.
FOB SALE 20O A. grain and stock
farm in Idaho. Address 12-2 care
TOR RENT Store room on State St.
J. H. Lauteraan, Argo Hotel. Phone
.WANTED 15 to 25 single comb White
Leghorn 1 year old hens. Phone 1947
J mornings. tf
LOST 3 yearling Shropshire rams, one
wears my label. If you find same
please call 43F24, J. J. Doerfler. tf
OLD- papers for carpets, etc, 10 cents
per hundred, call at Journal office.
MAXWELL for tale, $275. Terms. Me
chanically perfect. Highway Garage
Phone 355. Call 1000 S. Com'l. tf
UBERTY BONDS If you must dis
pose of your bonds, we will buy
them. 314 .Masonic bldg. tf
..ALL PAPER 15 cents per double roll
upward. Burer's Furniture Store, 179
R SALE (Big Durham beef cow, or
will trade for fresh Jersey. Peter
JMschoff, Rt. 6, box 4)A, Salem,
. Ore. , 12-y
GIRL WANTED For general house
work. Must be good cook. No wash
ing nor ironing. Apply afternoons at
325 V. Capitol St. 12-6
FOB RENT Good seven room nouse
close in. F. L. Wood, Bayne build
FOR SALE dozen Barred Plymouth
Rocks; also young gobbler. Phone
7F32. . ,12-7
TIMBER land far sale or tiade, either
town property or acreage. 1224 N,
WAOTED Maid at Hotel Marion, ex
perienced preferred. Apply Monday
IIAJXD painted place cards, calendars,
Xmas gifts, made to order. Phone
' I342W, or call 3095 Portland road.
WANTED To rent houst- and barn
with 1 to 10 acres good garden
, ground, elose ti Salem and. car. B U
eare Journal. 12-7
Portland Railway Ligfa And
Power Company Authorized
To Charge More.
Increases in commercial power rates
are granted to the Portland Railway
Light & Power eompany and the North
western Electric company in ordercn
issued yesterday afternoon. The in
creases affect the medium and large
consumers and apparently do not nf
feet the small consumers. The new
rates became effective yesterday.
The increases will apply to the bus
iness of the Portland Railway, Light
ti Power company in all the cities and
towns it serves up and down the Wil
lamette valley and elsewhere in Oregon
The Northwestern Electric eompany is
only located in Portland. The same in
creases are given both companies.
But slight crange is made m what is
kniiWn as the primary rate, but a sub
stantial increase in revenue to the com
panics will be obtained by a change in
the number of hours of use of electric
power each month that the primary
rato will apply. The commission's or
ders provide that the primary mo,
which is higher than th secondary
rate, shall apply to the first 100 liours
uso per month of consumers demand,
while the old rate provided, that the
primary rate should apply to only 73
The primary rate is as follows:
First 5U0 kwh, 5 cents per kwh; ncjt
500 kwh, 4 cents per kwh; next 4000
kwh, 3 cents per kwh; neit 10,000 kwh
2 cents per kwh; excess 1 cents per
A complete change is made by the
commission in the secondary rate, but
as the same segregations are not used
it is difficult to make a comparison.
Tho secondary rate, which applies only
after the primary rate is exhausted, al
lows the first 4000 kwh at 1 eents
per kwh; next 100,000 kwh at 1 cent
per kwh; excess at .8 cent per kwh.
MORS HOPS PURCHASED
Frank Heyer, local agent for T. A.
Livcsly & Co., of Salem, reports the
purchase of 65 bales of hops from John
Scavcy at 25 cents a pound and 30
bales from W. H. Hunt at 26 cents
pound. Eugone Register.
GOOD 4 room house' and acre for
rent, or trade, with some cash, on
small plaee; so objections to part
timber. 2217 Fairground road. 12-13
20 ACRES of level land f or. "sale or
trade. Where yon have no house rent
to pay; no wood to buy; no water
to buy, and if you keep a eow, no
milk or butter to buy. Will take
small truck or tin kan on the deal.
R. Lamb, 645 S. 17th, Salem. tf
WANTED By Dec. 10th full and com
plote information about furnished
rooms, furnished housekeeping rooms,
and also table board. State distance
from capitol building, street number,
how near car line, whether well or
fairly furnished, how heated and
lighted, hot and cold, water, bathing
facilities, use of phone, etc. Gives
rates for legislative stssion com
mencing Jan. 13, 1919, fnd address
Legislator, care Capital Journal.
NOTIOE OF ASSESSMENT
for the cost of Constructing a sidewalk
To J. B. Young:
iou are hereby notified that the
city of Salem has, by ordinance No.
labs, levied an assessment tipon lots 1
and 2 in block 1 of Central Addition
to the city of Salem. Oregon, owned
by yourself, in the sum of $70.42 for
the cost of constructing a cement con
crete sidewalk on the west side of 21st
street in front of and abutting upon
said tots. Said assessment was entered
25 CENTS EACH
in the minor lien docket of the city of
alem on the 29th day of November,
1918, as a charge and lien against said
lots, and the same is now due and pay
able to the city treasurer.
By order of the common couneil, this
notice is served upon you by publica
tion thereof for ten days in the daily
Capital Journal, a newspaper published
in the city of Salem.
Date of first publication hereof is
December 4, 1918.
Recorder of the City of Salem Ore.
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Stores will not be open evenings during
the hoIidays.-Shop mornings if at all possible
HAM) BAGS- SUIT CASES
A useful and most desirable present
Make excellent presents practical
and most acceptable. We lead all
others in furs.
WAJfTED To trade timber claim in
Douglas county for stock. Address
260 South 20th St., Salt-m. W. B. .'
TOR SALE New Ford sedan, will sell
sway below cost, will take Ford rjio- (
about, and will give liberal terms on
balance. Wm. Dawes, Box 475, Inde-;
pendente, Or. tif.
PLENTY of money to loaa on food
farms; low interest rat; fit years
timo; privilege to pap $100 or mulU-4
fl oa any interest date. Call or
writ H. M. Hawkin. 814 Masonie
bldg, Salem. tf
FOR SALE River bottom ranch o-'
taining 150 acres, 40 acres cleared,
loose, bars, soft and hardwood tim
ber, at 65 dollars per aero. Will take
asm city property ia eifirrs;. 8e
Mori in Hardinir at Salem HdW. Co.
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Suitable for Holiday Gifts
Crepe de Chine waists $3.98 and $4.45
Georgette Waists ..$5.75
Bath Robes $3.98
Changeable Taffeta Petticoats $3.98
Silk Umbrellas . .'. $4.75
Washable Kid Gloves - $2-25
Complete line of Purses, Prices Ranging from
69c to $5.95
Georgette and Net Collars . .'....69c
Call and note our prices on Silks and Dress Goods,
Hosiery, Underwear, Hats, Shoes and Ready to wear
Our Prices Always The Lowest ; ;.
GALE & COMPANY
Commercial and Court Sts formerly Chicago Store
T . 1 A 1 Al 1
ii you aon i Kno wine size or nesi-
tate on the color or shade, purchase
lllpy r one our ove certificates, and the
lady can make her own selection and
be properly fitted by our glove fitters
LADIES HOSE .
Our stock ofLadies' kose comprises
the best makes in America, includ
ing cotton, fine lisle and genuine
Italian silk hose. Our prices are as
cheap as inferior merchandise sold
This section was never in a better position to please
and satisfy. .
LOUNGING ROBES, NECKWEAR, HANDKER
CHIEFS, HOSE, GLOVES, TOILET SETS,
SWEATERS, SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR
Buy the boy a suit. We have them ;
the best ever made, the "Xtra Good"
Just received a shipment of the
"classiest" umbrellas we have ever
shown. What could be more useful
and more pleasing. Come in and
look them over.
Games and Toys of all
kinds to please the lit
tle "kiddies" up to the
big folks. Toyland First
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Make this a practical and useful gift
Xmas and buy Ladies' Ready-to-wear.
A most wonderful opportunty for the
economical buyer. Salem's Greatest
Coat and Suit Sale.
race Dmsion Boys '
Qye Dance Ia Salem
A dance will be given at the Salem
armory Saturday night, Dec. 14, for the
purpose of raising funds to assist in
paying for the soldiers' club house at
the Toledo, Oregon, sawmill. Thjf
building was recently finished, the ear
ly conclusion of jeate not having been
expeeted, and a debt of $1600 was in
curred. Tho boys of the sprues divi
sion must pay this off before they are
mustered out of service, and are mak
isg an effort to do so.
Music for the dance here will be rur-:
nished by the Fourth division oreres- j
tra, which will eome heis in charge of!
Lieutenant John M. .Bobson. -- I
The dance will be a popular priced i
Crown Flour, sack ..... 2.05
Olympic Flour $2.95
Fadle bard wuoat .. 12.90
Valley flour .. , $2 86
Largo package Goidrn Bod
Balaton's brand package 14c
Coldea Rod. panes flow
Orapenuts, 2 l-ga tor 25c
Post Toasttes, 2 pkgs for 25c
6 llCrisc ..,...... $1.90
No. 5 lard $1.45
N. 5 compound ...... $1 20
No. 5 vegetable $1.30
Vi gl. Uncle Johns .1 97c
Medium Uncle Jobrta - 84c
Large Log Cabin ... ...u $1.12
Medium Log Cabin 87c
Ghir&rtiellia ground eboce-
Ilerscney's cocoa 12 lb.....17e
12 os. Boyal Baking Fwd....38e
Jello, package Ha