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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY. MARCH 21. 1919.
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"From Over There
General Pershing's Official Report
Killed in action , ..
licd from wounds
. lied in airplane accident J....
Died of disease- .
The Oregon men contained in todays
casualty list were:
John E Kuykandal, Eugene died ot
William E Flint, Portland died of
. KILLED IN ACTION
Lt J Willis McElroy, Berkeley Cal
Sgt Geo J Stakes, New York
Corp Jacob Cousins, Chelsea Mass
Corp Walker Spry, Boonovillo Mo
Mech Peter oGrgan, Chicago
Willard Fessendcn, Edgorton Wis
fleorge E Nacher, Denver
John W Rogers, Westfield N Y
Edward A Sheridan, New York
Lavern J Thompson, Cavilior N D
Leon B Vaughan, Eaton N M
DIED FROM WOUNDS
Alfred Billo, Eckert Tex
Frank Devangolin, Cleveland 0
Frank J Packmayer, Komono Iud
Harry Sandey, New Alhio la
William Simmons, Charleston 8 C
Henry Smith, West Depcr Wis
Walter E Winnals, Philadelphia
DIED FROM AIRPLANE ACCIDENT
Lt Fletcher L Mc'Corilice, Chicago
DIED OF DISEASE
Eobt Baker, St Louis
Henry A Belingor, Oshkosl. Wis
Earl P Jones, Mansfield O
Iiusscll C Parson, Cambridge Pa
Harry E Heim, Minneapolis Minn
Wilbur C Kracmcr, Jerseytown Pa
Clarence B Ripperger, New York
Walter 8 Trumbull, Coggau la
Sgt Maj Lester K McDaniol, Ocwa
Harry E Berg, Barron Wis -
It Neutralizes Stomach Acid
ity, rrevents rood rermen-
i tation, Sour, Gassy Stora
i i i
acn aiio Rem in-
. Doubtless" if yon arc a sufferer from
; indigestion, you have already tried
lopsin, bismuth, soda, charcoal, drugs
and various digestive aids and you
""v" 'iiivtou iiimxa win iiur cure vuur
knrvnr -tlmon .Ml l -
trouble in some, cases do not even cive
, relief. - -
' But. before giving up hope and decid
ing you aro a chronic dyspeptic just
trV the effect nt il llttlo hianrntn,! n,nT.
tHsmu hoc ino orainary commercial
carbonate, citrate, oxide or milk, but
tho pmo ib-isurated magnesia which you
, can obtain from 'practically any drug
gist in either powdered or tablet form
Tuko a teaspoon ful of t'htv powder or
two compressed tablets with a little wa
ter after your next meal, and see what
a difference this makes, it will instant
ly neutralize tho dangerous, harmful
acid in the stomach which now causes
your food to ferment and sour, making
gut, wind, flatulence, heartburn and
tho bloated or heavy, lumpy ice-ling
that seems to follow mo;it everything
You will find that provided you take
a littlo bisurated magnesia inimediato-
ly after a meal, yon eat almost nny
. sVhinjf and enjoy it without any dan
ger of pain, or discomfort to 'follow
nd moreover, the continued use of the
; Jiisurated magnesia cannot injure the
; stomach in any way so long ns there
are any sym-pl oin.- of n,cid indigestion.
Siaturday ail VQock ' J
Gloves, Shoes, Coats, Boys Suits, tea, washing powders, soap, wash boards,
spices, baking powder, extracts, shoe polish, lamps, and chimneys, nuts, grape
juice. These are all new goods. Come to the sale 'and get your money's
One Ford car, model 1916.
One Ford Roadster, model 1916.
One Ford, 5 passenger
Maxwell, 5 passenger 1916.
These cars are all in good condition. Two ne wtires, 33x4. Cars to be sold at
4p.ni: SALE STARTS AT 1P.M.
SALEM AUCTION CO.
G. SATTERLEE, Auctioneer
Bert M Giles, Elmere Minn ,
Herbert L Hutchinson, Chicago
Edward B King, Chicago
Dennis F Lyons, Marlboro Mass
Thomas F McAndrews, Luzerne Pa
Roy B Maxwell. Elk Grove Cal
Joseph A Prihoda, Chicago
lie mo Rivardo, Harrison X Y
Leon R Rdberts, Plainficld Conn
Charles A Simpson, Brooklyn
Gales Stephenson, San Diego Cal
Peter O Sund, Fargo N D
Albert 0 Swift, Lanford S D
Charles W Bean, Ircaden Pa
Harry M Crowl, Baltimore
Turner Ellis, Coffee Spgs Ala
Walter J Geracy, Chicago
John W Goodman, Colorado Spgs
Theodore Hill, Leland 111
Charles W Jacobs, Frederick Md
Peter T Mauer, Aurora 111
Peter Pederson, Keppen Mont
Harold Peterson, Duluth Minn
Carey G Peterson, Caryvillo Tenn
Johannes Post, Grand Rapids Mich
John Reinhart, St Joseph Mich
Matthew E Slattery, Chicago
William Ward, Boley Okla
Gilbert C Waterhouse, Sturgis S D
Bugler Eddie Mack, Pino Bluff Ark
William Bowers, Rockford 111
Aleide Jette, Missoula Mont
John F Liliemthal, Cliarleston 8 C
William MacCall, Lynvillo lnd
tharlos O Payne, Wilgus U
Mech Robert K Mcl'cak, Democrat I
Mech Ralph Simpkins, Hardford NY
Chauffeur John F Withoft, W Fort
Horscshoer Joseph Babonas,
Horseshocr Frank E Wiles, Palmyra
Elias U Altpeter, Irwin Pa
John E Bishofberger. Springfield 0
Geo Bowman, Johnson City Tenn
Myer Ginsberg, Terre Haute lnd
Christian W Jensen, Lamoille 111
Prank Pool, Fairview Okla
Nurse Maud Evans, Ft Jones Cal
Ivar Aase, Des Moines la
Joe K Adams, Atlanta Ga
Haroutum A-fariun, Richmond Va
Abe Ambers, Montgomery Ala
Henry W Am, Mina S D
Joseph A Bailer, Lewis la
Junius Bailey. Wakefield Va
Loo Barnes, Freeport 111
Harrv R iBnnc-tt, Baltimore
Vincenzo (Miller, Norristown Pa
Clarence F Billips, Hope Ida
Ernest H Binkley, Columbus 0
Ernest V Bollinger, Littlo Rock Ark
George J IBudd, Westville O
Henry Branch, Monroe Va
Jake' Brown, Darling-Miss
Arthur Burel, Chicago
Harvcv G.Busbee, Wartley Ala
C Walter' 'Cnvlquist, -M Campo Tex.i
Fndo Chavis, North S C
Chas Commerfoid, 'New York
John C Dwyer, Cleveland
Chester B Dyess, Bryan Tex
James Epps," Cumberland Va
Eriek 0 Eriekson, Badger Minn
Ernest Evnns, Mieanopo Fla '
John J Fnrrcll, Lynn Mass
Charles R Felker, Sodus N Y -Michael
J Fitzgcrnld, Milford Mass
Sidney Piatt, Haydenburg Tenn
Harry E "Fortnct, Philadelphia
Corn' M flalkw.ay, San Sava Tex
Thomas J Geren. Hartwell Neb
Charlie Grant, Camel Hendersonville
so' ; .m '
Johnson. Gray, Gainonmns Tex
Robert H Gray, Olncy Tex
William G Gray, Bogota -N .T
Tommy Griffin, Dennison Tex
William A Guthrie, Lima 0
John Hnnsl, Milador Wis
Jesse Haglcr, Marianna Fla
John J Ilanrahan, New York
Edmund M Harlow, Norway Mo.
Rodgor C Hendrick, Saginaw Midi
Clinton L Holden, Syracuse NY'
George Holl, Clinton .N C
Nuary Holmes, August. Ark
Matthew Holmes, Washington
J:icoib Hoover, Defiance Pa
Benman Jennings, Cullasja N C
'John A' .Tiuide, Pevoli Mo
Harold W Jewett, Cohocs NY
IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO SELL
SEE US. WE SELL ON COMMIS -SION.
157 South Commercial St.
Dr. Carter s L & B. Tea Real
Springtime Tonic And
Old Fashioned - Vegetable Remedy
That Drives Out the Impuril
... i. : ties, of Winter '
Take Dr. Carter's K & B Tea as
just about the best spring system' reg
nlator yon Can get and don't fail to
give it to thou children also.
A good sized package costs bu a
trifle and with it, you can brew
enough-real good medicinal tea to -last
a long time.
And such wonderful tea it's pleas
ant to drink, and it just does regulate
the Momach, liver and bowels without
any distress or harshness. . ;
Ask your druggist for a ptickago to
day. Take a cupful every night for two
weeks it's one good sensiclo way to
give the eutide system a good spring
cleaning. Children love it.
Frank Johnson, Frankston Tex ,
Gust M Johnson, McKeesport Pa
Bert B Jones. Erie Pa ' 1
Leander Jones, Cremo N C.
Thomas E Jorgenson, Amory Wis
Erwin B Kinney, Chicago
Ralph H Kirk, Dunlap la
"For two years my stomach trou
ble was very bad, iny doctor had to in
ject morphine ion Isavoral evasions
when I was stricken with these attacks.
Since taking 4 bottles of Mayr's Won
derful Remedy I have been eutirely
well aud am serving in the artillery,
having ibcen pronounced in perfect
neaitli toy government pnysiciuns.
is a simple, harmless preparation that
removes the catarrhal mucus from the
intestinal tract and nllays tho inflam
mation (which clauses practically all
stomach, liver and intestinal ailments,
including appendicitis. One doso will
convince or money refunded. J. C. erF
ry, Capital Drug Store, aud druggists
ARMY PURCHASES LARGE
. Washington, March 20. Army -purchases
from July 1, 11)18, to Decembei
31 were mado in the various sections of
the country in the following propor
tions, the war department stated today:
New England States, 13.5 per cent of
the total purchases; middles Atlu-ntie
states. 26; southern Btate, eastern soo-
tion, (i.4; southern states, western see-
tion, 1.4; central states, eastern section,
SC.9; central states, western section, 6.8
western states, 9.
Stop dandruff and double
beauty of your hair '
for few cents. '
Dandruff causes a feverish irritation
of tho scalp, tho hair roots shrink, loos
en and then the hair comes out fast.
To stop falling hair nt once and rid
the scalp of every particle of dandruff,
get a small bottle of "Danderine" at
any drug store for a few cents, pour
a little in your hand and rub it into
the scalp. Alter several applications
the hair stops coming out and you cant
find any dauilruff. Vour hair appears
soft, glossy and twice as thick and
abundant. Try it!
D. CURRIE, Manager.
POUND NOT GUILTY
Portland, Or., March 20. A Jury in
the circuit court last night found N. P.
Sorensen, not Ruitty of involuntary
Sorensen, a well known lumberman,
was sensed of running over and killing
Mrs. Mina Smith with his automobile
here December 26.
Tho state contented the -defendant
caused the woman's death but didn't
know it. There was no eye witness to
the fatal accident.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals, endorsed "Pro
posals for Hospital Dormitory and
Boys' Dormitory," will tie received
at the office of the Oregon (State Board
of Control, Capitol Building, Salem,
Oregon, until 2 o'clock p. m. Saturday,
April 5th, 1919, and not thereafter, for
the construction of two brick dormitor
ies at the State Institution for Feeble
Drawings, specifications and blank
forms of proposals may be obtained
from R, B. Gooilin, secretary of the
Oregon State Board of Control, Capitol
Building, Salem, Oregn. The deposit of
a certified check in tho sum ot tweaty
five ($25) dollars will be required on
each set of plans and specifications
and shall ibe retarnaible only upon the
return of said plans and specif ieaiuns,
in good condition, within four days af
ter receiving same.
Each bid is to be presented under
sealed covct, accompanied by a certi
fied check made payable to R. B.
Goodin, secretary, Oregoa tSate Board
of Control, Salein, Oregon, iu amount
equal to ten per cent (10 per cent) of
the amount of said bid, which check
shal lbe forfeited to the state should
the successful bidder fail to execute
same within ten days (not including
Sunday) from date of notification of
award. Tho contractor to whom the
award i8 made will 'be required to furn
ish surety company bond in an amount
equal to fifty per cent (30 per cent) of
the amount of contract.
Tho right is reserved to reject any
or all proposals, or to accept tho pro
posal deemed 'best for the state.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, March 18,
S, B. GOODIN. Seerotary,
Oregon State Board of Control.
First publication March 21
Last publication April 1.
The Capital Journal
Daily Market Report
Reports of Past Week.
Portland, Or., March 21. Cattle ro
coipts 1000. Fair, ifi medium and com
mon steers took on quite a decline to
dayin many instfjees $1 lower. The
ontire run wa,s made up mostly of this
class. Tho best.. pier's showing somo
finish sold about in line with last Week.
Oue carload sold' at 14. Quite a few
cows sold up to $12 wnue iuvmr cows
sold to a little better advantage over
Current Quotations. ., .
Receipts, 1550, stca-dy.
Best steers, $1314.
Good to choico stoers, $11.5012.50.
Modium to good steers, 10.501L50.
Fair to good steers, $9.5010.3i.
Common to fair atoers, $8.30(W.oO.
Choice cows and heifers, $10.5OliU0
Good to choice cowb and hoif era, $9
Medium to good cows and heifers.
Fuir to medium cows and hcifors, $6
Stockors and feeders, $7(ffil0.
Receipts 2300. Tho sheep markot is,
gonoral, strong. Lambs of course,
selling high, as is usual at this time of
Receipts 2300. Markot strong.
Prime lambs, $15.50(5)16.50.
Fair to medium lambs, $13.5014,50.
Receipts 2700, Hogs were fully 50c
to 65c higher than last week's maiket.
The bulk of sales probably would run
not over $18,25 although tops Bqld as
high, as $18.35
Receipts 2500; strong and higher.
Prime mixed, J8(ffil8.25.
....Medium mixed, $17.7.ri(ffil8.
Rough heavies 16(3!17.
Wheat, soft white $1-90
Wheat, lowor grades on sample
Hay, cheat $124
Hay, oats , $25
Mill run ...
Creamery butter C2Jx63c
Port Veal and Mutton
Pork on foot lCl6e
Veal, fancy 18do20c
Cows . - 48e
Spring lambs 16c
Ews.-.. - 4
Lambs, yearlings 10(u12c
ggt and Poultry
Kggs,' cash 34c, trade 30c
Hens, live , . 2527c
Old roosters 35
Cockerels .. . 25c
Radishes, doz 33c
Sweet potatoes ..... 6(aye
Onions, local $3.D0Ca4
Cabbage - ZWaSc
Turnips . 2( 2c
Head lettuce : $3.75(.4.5
Parsnip. j 3V,e
Cauliflower, 2 doz, eaie 33yj
Spinach, box .. $1.25
Vt inesap apples, box . $4
Celery, era to . - $11
We will pay
35c Cash and 37c Trade
For Strictly Clean
ROTH GROCERY CO.
Lemons, box ... ...
Florida grape fruit, case $7(a)8
Black figs lb. 16(S10
White figs, lb. . 1920e
Package figs per bi 50 pkg $46.MQ
Honey, extracted . 20e
Retail Prices .
Eggs, dozen ........ '. 40e
Creamery butter , 65c
Country butter 60e
Flour, hard wheat 3.1l)3.15
Portland. Or, -Mar. 21. Butter, city
creamery 59(aGlo ..i '
Eggs, selected local ex. 3941o '
Geese 17a0o '
Cheese, triplets 3435o
DAILY LTVE STOCK MABSXX
. Receipts 09 -
Tone of market steady
BeBt steers $1314 "
Good to choico steers $lt.5012.50
Medium to good steers $10(jll
Fair to good stoers $910
Common to fair steers $8(fi9' '
Choice cows and heifers $10.5012
Good to choice cows and heifort
Modium to good cows and heifer
$7(S . -.
Fair to medium cows and heifert
$5(ffi0 . . ' ,
Stockcrs and feeders $710
Receipts 338 " "
Tone of market steady
I. - Prime mixed $18.2518.50 '.. . . . , ,
Medium mixed $17.90(ttl8.1f ' '
Rougli heavies $1617
Tone of market steady
Prime lambs $1017
Fair to medium lambs $1415
Farmer's Produce Company
ieu a. tugn ax. - rnono 10
Cash for your produce today:
20e for top veal
20ic for top hogs. '
Hens, all weights, 2Sc
HOP LKK, cxpwt ilaundryman, 436
Forry St. I pay top market price for
chickens and eggs. ' tf
NOTICE OP SALE OP GOVERNMENT
General Land Office
Washington, D. O.
February 14, 1919.
Notice i Ihoroby given that subject
to the conditions and limitations of
the act of Juuo 9, 1916, (39 Btat., 218),
and tho instructions of tho Secretary
of the Interior of Soplember 15, 1917,
the timber on the following lands will
be sold April 8, 1919, nt 10 o'clock a,
m., at public auction at the United
States land office at Portland, Ore
gon, to the highest Md-Jer at not less
than tho appraised valuo ns shown by
this ixitice, salo to be subject to tho
approval of tho Seerotary of the In
terior. The purchaso price, with an ad
ditional sum of one, fifth of one per
cent thereof, being commissions allow
ed, must be deposited at time of sale,
money to ibe returned if sale is not
approved, otherwise patent will issue
for the timbor which nmst be removed
within ten years. Bids will be received
trom citizen, of tho United States, an-
sociations of such citizens and corpora
tions organized usder tho laws of the
United States or any state, territory
or district thereof only. Upon appli
cation of a qualified purchaser, the
timbor on any legal subdivision will
be offered separately before being in'
eluded in any offer of a larger unit,
T., 9 8., R. 2 E.; Bee. 5, HE NEVi,
fir 1690 M., hemlock 2-70 M., NW
NEW, fir 880 M., hemlocJt 150 M SW
K NE'i, fir M70 M., hemlock 250 M.,
SE14 NliVi, fir 2390 M., hemlock 200
M., NK SE,i. tit 1170 M., hemlock
120 M., NW K14 fir 1630 M., bem
lock 59 M., BWVl SEU, fir 790 M.,
SEW 8E'4, fir 1190 M., hemlock 30
NEW NWU, fir 630 M. hemlock
130 M., NE',4 uS'VVW, fir 630 M.,
NE mVi, fir 1950 M., NW 8WJ4,
fir 2100 M., SW'i, fir 1230 M.,
iE4 SWy4, fir 1C50 M., none of the
fir to be sold for less than $1.50 per
it., and none of the hemlock to be sold
for less than 75 cents per M. T,. 4 8.,
H. 3 E., Sec. 3; 8E!4 SE'4, fir 1200
M,.. 8WW SEVi, fir 1145 M.. 8ec. 33;
SEW NEW, fir 730 M., cedar 25 M.,
SWii JfEW. fir 850 M., none of the
fir or cedar to bo sold for less than
$1.50 per M,
General Land Office.
om fial Want, A
Quick Reference To Firms That Gi?a Service On Short
Where Buyer And Seller MeetWe
Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salem Eleetrio Co., Masonic Temple,
DB. T. L. OTTER, DENrT;,T, ROOMS
1413-1414 Bank of Commerce BIdg.
DBS. B. E. WHITE AND R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathia physicisns and
aerve specialists. Graduates of Am
erican school of Osteopathy, Kirk
ville, Mo. Post graduate and spec
ialized in nervous diseases at Los
Angeles College. Offices 505-508 Nat
Bank Bldg. Phone 85X. Residence,
1620 Court. Phone 2215. Dr. White
Res. Phone 469.
THE SOLDIER BOY8--P00I" and bil
liard parlor is now open under new
management and it renders you and
the general public a congenial place
to paBS away a few leisure hours.
The basement of Orecon Electric
dopot, corner of State and High.:
Phone 628. Win. Livock, prop. 8-6 j
9ALEM WATER ' COMPANY Office
eorner Commercial and Trade Btrcetl
Bills payable monthly in advance.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD .,
0. er Ladd k Bush bsuk; Salem Oregon
FEDERAL FARM LOANS 6 per
cent 34 years time, A. C. Bohrnatedt,
401 Masonic Tomple, Salem, Oregon
MONEY to loan on good real estate.
6M1 percent government money to
loan. Liberty bonds bought and sold.
W, D. Smith, Salem Bank of Com
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 years experience, Depot, National
and American fence. . ' . .
Bizcs 26 to 68 in high. ; -Paints,
oil and varnish, U, '
Loganberry and hop hook.
Balem Fence -and Stove- Works,
S50 Court street. Phone 124-
SHEA REPAIRS all kinds of furni
ture' if broken or out of repair; up
holster repairs mado. Shop 352 Che
meketa St. between Commercial and
Liberty. , 4-20
2ND HAND GOODS.
We Buy, Sell And Exchange
All kinds of Furniture, Stoves,
Clothing, Dishes, Bicycles, Harness,
Tools and Junk. We buy what you
don't want and pay the highest
price in cash. : '.
Peoples' New & 2nd Hand
271 N. Commercial Phone 734
J. A. Rowland Furniture Store
Buys, sells and exchanges now and
2nd hand furniture. All kinds of
repah work, light grinding, filing,
and brazing a spcciulty. Right
prices. 247 North Commercial lit.
Our Prices are Right
W. M. ZANDER, Proprietor
1255 N. Summer Street, Salem, Oregon.
SALEM SCAVENGER Garbage anfl
Tcfuse of all kinds removed on month
ly contracts at reasonable rates.
Cess pools cleaned. Dead animals re
moved. "Office phone Main, 167 j
Residonco, Main 2272.
SHIPPING COMPANY FORMED
Portland, Or., March 20., Tho Colum-
bin Shipping company was formed horo
with an initial captial of $100,000.
,, , , '. , ,
Iho incorporators aro leading local
business and professional men who hope
to put the port in Portland.
Tho company will immediately engago
in coastwise and overseas transporta-
tion. It will take over tho surrendered
contract of Sudden & Christiansen, who
had cnnteinplted the operation of cnier -
gency fleet vessels out of Portland, or
will ask tho United States shipping
board for a contract permitting charter
of government vessels in a similar man-
MAKE AID TESTS
London, Mar. 20. The British air
ministry announced that the stenmcr
Montcalm will start across the Atlant -
kites, tho results of which will be' mada
avail'ablo to all aviators attempting a
trans-Atlantio flight, regardless of na- a few days. Ho has similar establisa
tionality. ! monts t the one he plans having hera
Official announcement also ' was iB Portlrnd and Tillamook. Another
made that a" government flying boat house will be established In Salem,
ha ibeen shipped to New Foundland, Grand opening of the Eugene store wist
from where it will start across the At- take place on March 29, Mr. Golden a
lnntic. 'nounces. Kugcno Guard,
127 North. High..
All kinds of auto repairing by an ex
perienced workman. All work goaf
anteed to be satisfactory. Studebak
' er repairs a specialty. D. R. Moir,
263 N. Commercial.
BRING YOUR TRADES
BRIJiG your trades. I can match yoa.
C. W. Niemcyer, all branches of roal
estate and Canada lands, 215-21H
Masonic building. Phone 1000.
FOB SALE A good double team har
ness, will trade for hay or grain,
or will exchange foT good dry wood.
See Square Deal Realty compear
. Phone 470 . ..
some fencing, 1,000,000 ft of saw
timbor, estimated by county cruiser,
. 70 acres, 5 acres cleared, small shack
30 miles from Portland, 4 miles froos
Mulino which is a railroad town of
200 population, on tho road, closa
neighbors, must 'be sold, $850.
20jacres, all in cultivation, best of
fruit land, wedl drained, on the road,
8 miles from Sulem will take $1009
cash, carry $1200 back for 4 yean
at 6 per cent.
6 room bungalow, the finest arrange
ment in the citw, electrically heat
ed,. 'more cabinet work than any
house in Sjialem, all new, will sell oa
"Very easy terms, located on pave
7 acres fines strawberry land, 8 miles
from Salein limits all in cultivation,
only $700. .
50 acres all cultivated, good build
ings, iy miles from Saloni, will take
small payment down, $1C0 per aer.
24.15 acres, 16 cultivated, 8.15 tim
ber, 5 in 3-year bid prunes, 5 logan
berries, all tho very best of soil,
rooic 'house, !barn somo outbuildings,
near school and church, on the best
of roik road, 8 miles out, only $7,
If you are looking for snap and tha
' best buy come In see me. ,
SOtCOLOFSKr, Bayne building.
NO CASH REQUIRED Good overcoat
shoos and suits, all kinds of muiie-
' al instruments, shotguns, rifles, heat
ing stoves, gas stoves, suit cases ani
1000 other useful articles tp sell or
, trade, What have yout The Capital
Exchango, 837 Court St. Phone 493,
THE FIX-IT SHOP
Umbrellas repaired and rccovereS,
razors, knives, scissors and lawa
mowers sharpened, saw filing, look
smithing, kodaks, alarm clocks, mua
ical instruments and roller top deski
repaired. My specialty is repairing
everything in tho light wpiur Kna.
New location is 347 Court i"t. Phonea
shop 493, Res. 1169. Alvin B. Stew
art. LODGE DIRECTORY
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornack hU oa every Tutsdaj
at 8. P. Andresen, O. O. P. J. Eonttt
K. R. & 8.
ROYAL Noighbors of America, Ora
gon Grape camp No. 1300 mcot every
Thursday evening in McComack hall
Elovator service. Oracle, Mrs. Car
rie E. Bunn, 6-18 Union St.; recor
der, Mrs. Molissa Person 1415 X,
4th St. Phone 1436M.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 6246 nwati
every Thursday evening, o'cloe
in iLlCornack . hall, , over MeyeM
store. Ray A. Grant, V. C.j P. A.
UNITED AimSANSCapital Assem
bly No. 84 meets every Thursday at
8 p. m. in Masonic Temple. Norma Ik
Tcrwilliger, M. A.j . A. Vibberij
socretary, 840 Owens itreet.
FORM "ORDER OF REINDEER,"
Juneau, Alaska, March 20. Eskimos)
of Alaska are no busy forming what
1 will bo Known a tuu .Benevolent uraor
of Reindeer. - -
I iieiiideor herders and owners are di-
recting tho organization of tho society
and u-re limiting tho charter member
to kirnos who. are in tho reindeer
bi'sinosB. Hunters and trappers wiH
vr4.b.tlijy be Emitted to membership
I It is planned to establish branch'
lo'1K'! 1" E'mo settlements along tha
Siberian tcqsl, acioss the Bering sea.
"from ?.oie. Hcadqiwrterg of the order
will be estab.ithedt Nome
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ALBANY AUTO SHOW OPENS
Albany, Or., March 20. Tho automa-
Lhc, truck and tractor show of the Al
Li,nv Automobile Dealers' association
J opt nod here today, and will come to
! close tomorrow night.
I Jazz dances will be features of tha
"'tow both nights
' PORTLANDER TO OPEN STORE
' R. M. Golden, of Portland, will open
clonk and suit store in Eugene withia