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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, 0 REGON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1919.
I NEW TODAY
JOURNAL WANT AD DEPARTMENT IS THE BEST SELLING
HEDIUM IN MARION COUNTY-TRY THEM FOR RESULTS
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The Capital Journal will a at be re-
far error ia Classified Advertisements
Kead your advertisement the first day
it appears aad notify ua immediately if
Minimum charge, 15c.
FOB 8A1LB CBaled vetch hay. Phone
FOR RENT 6 room house, 60 IT. 13th
WANTED A bicycle. John Conaway,
FOB BENT Sleeping rooma ia Hub
bard bldg. W. H. Morris, agent, ti
FOB TRADE 10 acre orchard. B981
car Journal. 1-17
COME A 1 cows for gale. J. C. Allen,
Center St. Feed Barn. 1-18
MeLAUGiHI(rN, utility man, want
ehort jdba. Phone 100. 1-18
"WANTED To buy cattle and calves,
any kind. Phone 1576W. 8-6
FOB KENT Oae two-room apt. 491
N. Cottage. Phone 2203. tf
FOB a typewriter mechanic phone 937.
FOB BENT Two rooms for legisla
ture, modern, with board. 401 N.
JiOST (Black purse with chain handle,
$5 bill and some silver. Leave at
Journal office. Reward. 1-18
103T Package containing black ma
terial and patterns. Phone 53F15.
"WANTED iBy young man, work in
store, or with business firm. Phone
762B tomorrow. 1-17
IXJANBERRY plants for sale by J.
P. Aspinwall, Brooks, Or., Phone 35
Vf ANTBD Home for nice heifer calf,
10 days old. Phone 86F4. Ed Jory.
. FOB BENT Heated and well furnish
ed housekeeping and sleeping room
f45,Ferry. , ,. ;i.,l-M
MIDDLE aiged woman wanted for
housekeeping. Phone 1549B or call
444 N. Com! M
TP&B TRADE A good, neat 4 room
liougo with garage. Call 1644 or 2022
in mornings. tf
BOOMS for legislators. Mrs. L. K.
Page, 492 N. Cottage. Phone 1189.
SACRIFICE SALE Five room modern
house $1500; furniture at a bargain.
Phone 737 or 340. 17
WILL give good homo to girl, reason
able, 3 to 7 years of age. Call 1890
N. Broadway. 1-17
C ARtPBNT ERIN0, repairing or coment
work. Call C. W. Niat. Phone B495
WANTED Experienced storo man for
shoes and general store work. Ad
dress T28 care Journal. 1-16
FOB SALE Or exchange for same,
Barred Bock cockerel. Phone 88F2.
FOB SALE Cheap, il hend ghoats
weighing 90 to 100 lbs. Write Inde
pendence, Or. or phone 50F4, Sa
WANTED To buy good potatoes. Wil
lamette Valley Transp. Co., 171 H.
Higk St. 117
FOB SALE Two Mandylee incubat
ors, one 200-egg and one 800-egg, in
good eondition. Phone 74F2. 1-17
FOB SALE Late model Overland.
First class condition. See Tarpley at
Vick Bros. 1-16
FOB SALE 30 pullets and 1 white
Bock rooster, $40 for the bunch, or
$1.50 each. Phone 69F21. 1 16
WANTED Girl for general housework
work. Mrs. Cook Patton, 883 Court
street. Phone 105. tf
CHERRY City Feed Barn wants to
fcuy poultry, veal, egg end hides.
Highest price paid. 1-18
FOB SALE Second growth ttuapage,
even miles south ea Oreeoa Blee-
tric Bt. S, box 217, Salea. 1-15
FOB SALE 1 9x13 shaft feverae,
engine and boiler complete, cheap
Box 268, Turner, Or. tf
FOB SALE One fine B L Bed mala,
t years old; 150-egg Mandr Lee in
cubator. Call 1947J between I aid
11 a. m.
"WALL PAPEB 15 eents per double rU
upward. -Burea's Faraiture Store, 17t
LIBERTY B01TO3 If yoa dis
pose of your bonds, wt will bay
them. S14 Masonic bldg. tf
PLENTY of money to load oa good
farms; low interest rates; fivs years
Sim; privilege to pap $10$ or multi
ple oa aay interest date. Call or
writs H. M. Hawkins, 814 Masonic
tudg. Sales. tf
WANTED Fat, thin and fresh cows,
veal and large ealves. Phone 1425M.
OVEB THE TOP-Our prices the high-
est SDot CJUlh for mtm a.Annrltnil
suita and shoes. Capital Exchange,
337 Court St. Phone 493. tf;
FOB S ALB Or trade, glas,s enclosed
uairy wagon, ideal for peddling; also
Flemish Giant hares. E. B. flake, 590
S. 17th. M7
FOB SALE First class, No. 1 Ford,
a passenger, good as new. Call at B.
J. Herschiback Son at Capital ga
FOB BENT Well furnished room,
close in, suitable for either one or
two persons, bath, and other conven
iences. 640 Chemeketa street.' tf
WANTED To buy several good dairy
cows, either fresh or to be iresh
soon. 112 Union St., or address 6-7
care Journal. . 1-18
FOB TBAiDE 11 acre tract, well im
proved for city property or email
acreage Address E M care Journal.
TO TBADB Modern bungalow in Yew
Park with large lot and barn, value
250.0, for acreage equal value, im-
. proved or otherwise Phono 1204. 1-21
FOB SALE! interest in well paying
auto repair Business. Will stand in
vestigation. Address 315 care Journ
al office. 1-16
FOB SALE 140 acre of first class
land in high state of cultivation, 100
acres in crop. Price $85 per acre. W.
H. Grabenhorst ft Co., 275 State St.
WANTED People of 8alom to know
that we pay highest price for mens
second hand clothing, shoes, etc. The
Capital Exchange, 337 Court St.
Phone 493. tf
FOB SALE-Or exchange, Kimball. pi-
iano ror team young Horses, 5i4UO. .
B. Pearson, Tumor, Rt. 8 box 550.
FOB SALE Or trade, forty acre home
stead relinquishment in Benton coun
ty Oregon. B. F. D. 2, box 11, Sa
WANTED Man for -general farm
work and wife for kitchen work; or
woman to do general kitchen work
., for 3 or 8 people. Address .Gervais,
Box 45, Bt. 2. Phone 3F11. 1-18
FOB BENT 5 acre tract, bearing
fruit trees, raspberry and strawber
ries, all in good order, bungalow and
out buildings, 15 minutes walk from
and of 12th street carline. Call eve
nings 069 South 13th street. 1-16
Eff THE COUNTY COURT
of the State of Oregon, in and for
In the matter of the eetati of John
P. Kent, deceased. Administrator with
will annexed. Notice of hearing, final
Notico 18 hereby given that, the fin
al account of Frank S. Glover as ad
ministrator with will annexed of the
estate of John P. Kent, deceased, to
gether with his petition for final dis
tribution1 of said estate, has been filed
in the county court of Marion coun
ty, state of Oregon, and that Monday,
the 24th day of February A. D. 1919,
at the hour of two o'clock in the af
ternoon, at the office of the county
judge in Salem, Oregon, has been duly
appointed by such court a? the time
and place for the hearing of objections
to guch final account and petition ana
the settlement of said account, at
which time any person interested in
such estate may appear and file, ob
jections thereto and contest the same.
Dated January 16, 1919.
FRANK S. GLOVER,
As administrator with will annexed
of the estate of John P. Kent, deceas
Law To Be Introduced
Three measures affecting the work
ingmen's compensation law will prob
ably be introduced during the present
session of the legislature by those who
are fnondly to the law.
One of the measures will be in the
way of a bill amending the constitution
which would remove sny obstacle in
that direction and the other a bill mak
ing the law compulsory.
It is the purpose to have the legis
lature place the constitutional amend
ment and bill before the people eith
er st a special election or at the gener
al election to be bed in Novmber 1920.
In another bill to be introduced, ef
forts will be made to secure improve
ments to the present law through the
passage of a bill by the present legisla
ture. No radical changes are contem
plated, the amendments suggested by
those who have hid experience working
under the present law.
The question of the extent to which
the state should aid in the operation of
the compensation law bids fair to be
solved satisfactorily. In erder to. aid
in the present emergency, the ways and
means committee is having drafted a
bill which will suspend etate aid for
two years ,efter whieh time the bill pro
vides the state's contribution to the
fund of an amount equal to one-seventh
of the income shall be reduced to
the sort of administration.
The Umatilla county treasurer paid
out during 1918 $2591 for coyote tnd
other scalp bounties.
VOTES BOND ISSUE Of
To Be Financed By Auto li
cense Tax And Oae Cent Per
Galicn Oa Gasoline.
With but one dissenting vote, the
senate committee on roads and high
ways last night voted in favor of in
troducing a bill providing for a $10,
000,000 road bond issue, to be financed
by doubling the automobile license tax
and placing t tax of one cent a gallon
on gasoline and distillate.
On motion of Senator Lachmund, the
committee a so tentatively approved a
provision that no royalties should be
paid for pavements, .end that bids shall
be accepted only on plans and specifi
cations prepared by the state highway
These provisions are aimed at the pat
ented pavements and at paving con
cerns which are always presenting their
own specifications as a basis for their
Another feature tentatively approved
by the committee was that the money
be spent first in completing the Pacific
highway, from the north to the south
boundaries of the state, and the high
way running from Portland to the Ida
ho line at Ontario, and next in build
ing secondary trunk lines and last in
building feeder Toads.
Smith of Coos Opposed.
. Senator Smith of Coos county was the
one who opposed the $10,000,000 bond
bill, ss he insisted that $6,000,000 was
enough. He declared that the popple
of the Btate would not vote for a $10,-
000,000 bill, and that promptod Senator
Ritner to say he was prepared to at
tach an emergency clause to a $10,
000,000 bonding bill, s he deemed it
the patriotic duty of the legislature to
provide funds for a large road build
ing program as a means of furnishing
employment to returning soldiers.
This same thought along patriotic
lines was expressed by Senators Hurley
and Norblcd and Orton, while Senator
Handley favored the proposed size of
the bond issue but On purely toad build
ing business basis. He said, the soldiers
were not looking ror jobs building
The committee will invite the house
committee on roads to meet with them
in joint session to considor road legis
lation, and members of the highway
commission and the state engineer will
be askod to come before the commit
tees for the purpose of furnishing ell
the information and suggestions possi
Stele Hoitse Notts
In the Corporation department the
Graham-Watt Clothing company, of
Astoria filed articles of incorporation
for $25,000. There will be 250 shares
of stock at $250 each.
The Inter -State Garage of Portland
filed articles of incorporation with
$1,000 stock Shares will bo $10 each.
Nestle 's Food Company have entered
Oregon. The company filed articles tf
incorporation amounting to $200,000.
Tho company deals in milk products.
The Capital City Navigation com
pany filed articles of incorporation,
The incorporators are C. Blunm, E. P.
Williams, W. . Jaycs and v. A.
Burns. Tho company will operate a
steamboat service on. the Willamette
river, lease docks, operate vessels and
have authority to eary on a river trans
portation business. The articles of in
corporation also permit tho company to
purchase real estate and dispose Af
personal property. Tho articles of in
corporation provide for a capital stork
Slight Expansion In
Today's Stock Marekt
New York, Jan. 16. The evening
Sun financial review .today save.
There was a slight expansion in bus
iness in today's stock market, but It
was an expansion due to increased ac
tivity, in a limited number of special
ties rather than to any reflection of
greater interest in the general list.
Even Bethlehem Steel B, which has
moved contrary to the rest of the group
gained more than a point; Crucible
Steel went up two points and Sloss
Sheffield, three. Baldwin Locomotive
was likewise strong, though the other
equipment shares were either merely
firm or actually weak, American Car
and foundry for example.
Trading Was Brisk
In Portland Yards
North Portland. Jan. IK Vf
end Tuesday brought 130 ears of stojk
w mo ruruanu union stocsyards. Trad
ing on Monday was exceptionally brisk
cattle prices as a whole just about hold
ing their own with both seller and buy
er satisfied with returns, the eattl.
were a good lot in all grades.
The bog market was more than well
supplied with 4900 head. The supply
was considerably in excess of the do
ma iid and the market fell to $17 as
the top, this was quite a drop from
mand and ten market fell to $17 at
W. W. Eddington of Gold Hill, Or. But
Tuesday the bulk of the hogs were sold
Lack of "jszs" has prevailed in the
sheep market for the last few daysr the
market remaining generally steady
with the exception of a bunch of 257
prime lamb, selling at $13.75 Monday
whieh were of a very good quality. In
dications show a good market for some
little time to come.
Cattle receipts for this week to date
Try Musterole. See How
Quickly It Relieves
You jmt rub Musterole in briskly, and
usually the pain is gone a delicious,
soothing comfort comes to take its place.
. Musterole is clean, white ointment,
made with ofl of mustard. Use it instead
of mustard plaster. Will not blister.
Many doctors and nurses use Muster
ole and recommend it to their patients.
They will gladly tell you what relief it
gives from sore throat, bronchitis, croup,
stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, congestion,
pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and
aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore
muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet,
colds of tba chest (it often prevents
pneumonia). Always dependable.
30 and 60c jars; hospital six $2,501
Called Into Conference
By Fred L. Ferguson
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Paris, Jan. 16. The peace delegates
decided today to call newspaper corres
pondents of tho allied representatives
into conference for an "interchange of
views." It was believed that the re
cent "secrecy" ordor would be brought
up and it was predicted that it would
be materially modified.
French newspapers protested today
against the conference 's "secrecy"
ruling, though it is understood it was
made at the suggestion of the French
government. The press suggested the
conferoe's attitude was that "those
who made war do not need to know how
peace is made."
"The communique says nothing, and
consequently I know nothing," declar
ed Charles Saclio," a special writer. -
"What are we going to do about itf
The correspondents, trusting to the nat
ive candor of President Wilson, believ
ed a peace of the public was a publis
matter and that It was essential that
the interests of the nations be discusted
by the nations themselves. They believ
ed this all the more as, before leaving
America, Wilson promised Senator oBr
ah that all . discussions of the confer
ences would be placed before the pub
lie and repeated this promise fit cvory
opportunity. But Wilson committed
himself lightly. The chancellors of old
Europe Uught him that without tho
eenso there is no salvation."
Action Oa Martial Law
Request In Argentina
. By James I. Miller
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
' Buenos Aires. Jan. 16. Senate ac
tion was expected today on President
Irigoyen's request that martial law be
declared throughout Argentina for a
neriod of 30 days.
The house of deputies already has
passed a resolution endorsing the pres
ident's action, but the senate was un
able to vote yesterday or last night
through lack of a quorum. Soveral
senators have declared they will not
vote for tho measure unless the govern
ment satisfies thorn it is an absolute
necessity. The. feeling continued in
some quarters that jfrigoyen fears worse
trouble in the interior than was experi
enced in Buenos Aires. Opposition of
the anti radicals to the government was
reported to be growing. Humors that
an attempt might be made by this fac
tion to overthrow the government per
sisted. Meanwhile, the city was quiet and
business was returning to normal. Tho
ports strike, which waB distinct from
the general strike, was still in effect,
however. It was believed this period
might be the proverbial calm before
tho storm. Minimum estimates today of
the casualties in the roceut fighting
hero were 1000 dend and 3000 injured.
Charges Against Senator
Laroilette Are Dismissed
Washington, Jan. 16. The senate to
day dismissed ehargos of disloyalty
against Senator LaFollotte, iWsconsin.
The senate adopted a resolution pro
posed by Senator Dillingham, Vermont,
dismissing a resolution of the Minneso-i
ta Publie Safely commission, which ask
ed that LaFollotte be tried and expcll-j
ed from the senate because of a speech
he made at St. Paul September 20, 1917.
The Minnesota commission alleged that
LaFoJIcttc's utterances were disloyal.
The vote was 50 to 21.
Senator Pomerene, Ohio, urged that
the senate direct the privileges and elec
tions committee to conduct a full in
quiry upon which to base action. Pom
erene said the senate owed it to La
Follette as well e to the country eith
er to exonerate him completely or to
expel him or censure him.
1700 head, with prices as follows:
Prime steers, $13(al4; good to choice
steers, $11.50(a 12.50; medium to good
steers, $10.50(511.50; fair to good steers
$9.5010.50; common to fair steers, $8
9; ehoiee cows and heifers, 11 (an;
good to ehoiee cows and heifers, $10
11; medium to good cows and heifers,
$8.759.75; fair to medium cows and
heifers, $7(5 8 ; eanners, $4(25; bulk,
$6.50(o:8.S0; calves, $9(5:13.50.
Hog receipts for the week to date,
4900 head; oriees as follows: Prime mix
ed, $16.75(517; medium mixed, $16.50(5)
16.75; rough heavy, $15(516: pigs, $14
Sheep receipts to date for the week,
3260 head; prices follows: Prime
lambs, $12(ffl3.75; fair to medium lamb
9ffill; yearlings, $10(511.50; wethers,
Senator Vardtman hss introduced a
bill ia the senate giving men who serv
ed in the armv abroad $36 and those
who served at home $30 a month for
six months following their discharge.
THIS IS YOUR CITY
Fashion Enthrones The "Average" Figure
Never before has the Style of the Season been ac
corded such royal welcome from so many women. Fov
this is the year when all the World of Fashion pays
homage to the "Average" figure a type whose ap
pearance is attainable both by figures Slender and
The rare possibilities of this new mode have been
wonderfully developed by the artist-designers of BON
TON corsets. Their inspiring smartness and beauty
are the subject of endless comment by the customers
thronging our corset department.
Coupling the Wonderful NEMO Corset
With the two makes named above, and our Corset department in charge of
fitters who know their business, we are in a most excellent position to care
for your every corset need.
Shop mornings. Our
wide aisles and "mask
ed" sales force offer you
; every protection.
Belgic Carrying 49th
Infantry Arrives Today
New York, aJn. 16. Carrying 3276
American troops, the White Star liner
Belgic arrived here today from Urest.
Among tho units on board wus luv
4'Jtn miantry, complete, compiled ol
national army men from all sections ot
tne country. This regiment wa organ
ized at Syracuse and was in eouiniuuu
of Colonel Guy U. Palmer, casual com
pany. i'i'6, Kaunas.
.Lieutenant Murray K. Guthrie, Miu-
Pneupolie, returned a full fledged Aiuwi
ciin uce. He was oificiuuy credited
witu bringing down six Hun piiiues.
Homer itnoduiiaver of (Jnicago,. choir
director for Hilly Sunday, who nus been
with the Y. M. C. A. m I'runcc, also
returned on the Bclgie.
The past 24 hours have anown the
heaviest continuous rain and wind
storm of the season, a 4U-iuile gale
howling up from the south ever since
last evening. Consequently the naviga
tion of pedestrians on toe streets of
Hulem, together with the chasing of um
brella, has been one continuous round
SENATE PASSES BILL
(Continued from page one)
a ins, a former member of thij state high
way commission. He declared that Ore
gon was not given a fair allotment of
f unite for building' road ir forest re
serves, and that this state's share
should be increased from its present
2.r)7,000 to about $1,500,000 a year.
His plan was to enlist the coopers-
GOT 117 EGGS
INSTEAD OF THREE
Says One Subscriber
Any poultry raiser can easily double
his profits by doubling the egg produc
tion of his hens. A scientific tonic has
been timeovered that revitalize the
flock and makes hen work all the
time. Tho tonie is called "More Kgga"
Oive your hens a few cents wor'.h of
"Mere Kggs,' " and you will he z
ed and deittghted with results. A iri
Iar's worth of "More Kggs" will dou
ble this year's production of eggs, so
if you wish to try this great profit mak
cr write B. J. Reefer, poultry expert,
45L Main street, Kantttg City, Mo.,
who will send you a package of ' Mere
Kggs" Tonie fwr $1.00 (prtpaid). So
confident is Mr. llecfer of the results
that a million dollar bank gnaranteee
if you are not absolutely satisfied,
your dollar will tie returned on re
quest and the "More Eggs" eosts yon
nothing. Send a dollar today, or send
$2.25 and get 3 regular $1.0') packages
on special diw-ount for a full season '
snpply, or ask Mr. Reefer lor hut free
poultry book that tells the experince
of a maa who bs saade a fortune out
One subscriber says, " 'Mors Eggs'
increased my supply from 3 to 117
AND WHAT IT IS, OR WILL
This enereetic Doliceman is still on the
ing all SHORT LENGTHS, ODD SIZES-in
short thoroughly cleaning up our strictly High
grade stock preparatory to the arrival of our
big spring shipments.
We are aIso exclusive agents for the corset whos
uesigners nave lavisnea attention on the models
made to meet the growing
You can always
tion of other western forest reserve
states' and each send two men to Wash
ingto to lobby for a bill alloting these
states more funds. He said the legis
lature should make an appropriation
which would provide for maintaining
two mon in Washington two years, and
said thig money might well come from
tho state highway fund.
S. B. 16, Norblad Providing for snlfl
of both real and porsonal mortgaged
property en masso on foreclosure if
8. B. 17, lliell Authorizing exw.ior
of estato to borrow monev for pay
ment of expenses of administration,
taxes or other indebtedness.
S. B. 18, Bberhard To make uniform
the law relating to limited partner
ships. S. B. 19, Baldwin Providing that
stato banking reservo requiretnentis
shall not apply to state banks which
are members of the fedeial reserve
8. B. 20, Baldwin Authorizing state
superintendent of banks to furnish
That you must hurry if you wish to buy that
Genuine Pershing $8.00 shoe for $6.95.
Genuine Buck-Hecht Army Shoes for $6.90.
Second grade army shoes, $5.95.
Keith Konqueror storm proof shoes at $7.90.
These shoes are Ideal, both dressy and water
proof. Napa Tan, 15-inch waterproof boot $11.65.
Buck-Hecht dress shoes black or tan, $7.25.
We have one of the best logger's shoes on the mar
ket, which is the only shoe made today from
genuine kip leather. This is the well known
"Forester Shoe", that is guaranteed to be abso
lutely waterproof, to hold calks and wear like
iron or money refunded other words no betr
ter shoe on the market, we carry them on both
regular and spring heels. Come and see them
before you buy.
EE, DEPENDS ON YCU
do better at
federal rosorve bank copies of all re
ports and information pertaining to
condition of state bank members ot led
era! reserve sy&tom.
S.'B. 21, XaFollctt Eliminating
state aid for industrial accident com
mission. S. B. 22, Pierce Allowing tho pub
lic to use crematories owned by the
S. B. 23, Norblad Relating to boun
daries of school districts,
H. B. 24, Jones Changing salmon
filling season on Siuslaw river.
8. ,B. 25, gtrayer dictating to lieens-.
ing of foreign corporations.
8. B. 27, Eddy ('renting eoldier set
tlement board and providing for lnnd
HCttlements by returned soldiers, sail
orB an marines.
8. B. 26, Parrcll Relating to the
care end protection of dependent anil
S. it. 28, J. V, Smith Withdrawing
stale aid to industrial accident fund.
8. B. 2i), Bunks Requiring physical
education in public schools.
S. B. 30, LaFollett Relating to tiso
of vehicles on highways during course