Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1919)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. Orcr.GOW MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1919.
New Hunan Pumps in black
last, all sizes at
New Hanan Oxfords in black, both high and low heels,
the latest creation at
New Sclby Pumps and Oxfords, some of the best styles
from the largest factory in the east, at
A new Sclby brown kid, the newest brown turn sole,
very dressy last, all widths
Everything new in White, Kid and Cloth. Also pumps with large Colonial
buckles. We always show the new things first. Come in now while the stock
is complete. We have ordered an immense stock but we cannot hope to keep
up with the trade the way it is starting off now.
$ Lachmand I
(Capital Journal Special Serviee)
Miss Irene Gilbert is visiting with
her aunt, Mrs. R. H. Ryan.
. Mrs. Will Schollar and Mrs, Till son
f south Salem sjient the day last
.Thursdav at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Jiaber Up Quickhj Uedsr (Jit Soothing,
Penetrating Application f
Haailin s Wizard Oil
In cases of rheumatism and lame
back it penetrates quickly, drives out
soreness, and limbers up stiff, aching
joints and muscles.
Wizard Oil is an absolutely reli
' able, antiseptic application for cuts,
burns, bites, and stings. Sprains and
bruises heal readily under its sooth
ing, penetrating qualities.
Get it from druggists for 30 cents.
: If not satisfied return the bottle and
: get your money back.- -
Ever constipated or have sick
headache? Just try Wizard Liver
: Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 30
tents. Guaranteed, . . , .
mm mm n, b .. m mum a c a a an
rrivea oy express
in one of Hanans newest ,
St., Next To Ladd & Bush
L, B. Hafterson and family and E.
P. Mills and family spent ijunduy at
vvest naicm at me nomos ot Mr. uu j
Mrs. Beckon and Mrs. Ijouis Mires.
K. It Aliild and family and Mr. and
Mis. Rossman visited at the homo of
Mrs Harvy Fasrhing Friday evening.
Mrs. Vivian Iiurtger of Salem is
visiting' at the home of A. Kusit for
a ft vr days.
Rev. J. J. Gillespie was mnkin'g calls
in this neighborhood Thursday.
A. Kusel is busy spraying his orch
ard these fir,o days.
Air. and Mrs. Harvic Faschuig en
joyed a very pliasnnt visit with Mrs.
Fasching's cousins, Horace Cleveland
and his, hister, Mrs. Eva Mager of
Montana, where thoy have a 2000 acre
sheep ranch, and tiiey have St present
12-3 head of slieepj
ML ANGEL LOCALS
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Mt. Angel, Mar. 24. Miss Anna Er
pelding, sister of J. P. Erpelding, came
from Iowa Friday. She Intends to live
with her brother for some time.
The Misses Btsnlie Kcber nd Fran
ces Smith of Portland spent the week
end at the former's home.
George Boepkman returned from Mini
nesota, after visiting his father. to early fcunday morn'rg by lireaking
Emma and Antoinette Weis and out a glass of the front door. It is sup
fricad from Idaho, spent a few" days , posed to have been done just after
George Dyer and family and Henri -
WITCH ELK BOOTS
BALL BAND BOOTS
FOX PARTY PUMPS
Pttn Bcrninsr motored from Pmtl.m
His8 Mary Beyer and John Scher-
zn-Jrer visited the former",
Mr. and Mrs. Prange of Sublimity
were hole visiting friends Wednesday.
Mrs. Henry Saalfeld and daughter,
Margaret, mada a business trip to Port
land this week.
Rita Mickel and friend were home
Miss Mnymc Grenbemer of Hillsboro
is slaying with her gramhnother, Mrs.
Unger, for a few days.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Ward Russell
March 2. 3919, a 7 pound girl. Mrs.
Russell was formerly Miss Nell Patter
son. The Salem grange held an all day
meeting and gave a dinner Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Shields and Mrs. A.
R. Siegmund and Miss Amy Harding
of Gervain, were in attendance, the
two latter joining the order that day.
John Mills, Jr., arrived home fri.m
Xew York Sunday night, nhcre he has
been on guard duty for several months
for Uncle Sam. He has discharged and
is enjoying his home coming as weU
as his parents and friends.
ISibler & non i store was broken in
inayugni wnen ine nigniwaicn nau gone
home. All that seemed to be missing
$6 to $9
Hull of potior
"From Over There"
General Persking't Official Report
Killed in action
Died from wounds 1
Died ia airplane accident 1
Died ef accident and other causes 4S
Died of disease ' ' 11
Wounded severely . ..... 11
Missing in action . 2
The name of Earl J. Stephenson of
Bker, Oregon, appears In today's cas
ualty list, reported -wounded severely
KILLED IN ACTION
Lt Wm C Moore, Aposkie X C
Sift Cornelius : Otalashan, Cam
Stimson W Goddard, St Louis
Philip M 'Norblcck, Colli ngdale Pa
Richard V Stewart, Winchester Va
Albort E Moore, Detroit Mich
William H Matthews, Kipling N C
Joe Bono, New York
Clinton E Bushey, Yonkers N Y
Adam Gnmozuriu, Erie aP
Theo Ourski, Cleveland O
Leroy Iten, igllhland 111
Martin Jnroni, Trenton X J
William IVden, Surorsville Pa
Curtis B Pflbertson, Douglas Ariz
Wm Smith, Slayton Minn
Harry E Snell, Harrisburg N C
Earl, D Sweet, McWregor Mich
Jause W Trammell, Clico Ky
Oscar E Turner, Emerton Ky
Selkirk Woodard, Charlotte Tenn
Peter Zanis, Greece
DIED OF WOtJND3
Pvt Stanley Sciszeski, Pittsburg
DIED FROM AIRPLANE ACCIDENT
Sgt Thurman M Gregory, itmioa
DIED OF ACCIDENT AND OTHER
Wm IT Jones, W Orange Tt J
Chas W Juplin, Gurley Ala .
Ernest F Travis, Griffin Ga
Sgt Bernard J Leavy, Ireland ,
Harry J Davis. Philadelphia
Bay 'Park, Clemcnls Kan
Wm S Hvntt. Bainesville N C
Wnironer Chester .BarnoBky, Eynon
' . privates .
Walter Bratton, Pulaski Va
T?nv V, Collins. Faribault Minn
Tinliprt. L Donaldson, Halcyvillo Ala
('ml P Hawkins, Peoria 111
.Frances Raquinta, 'Shinnstuno W Va
Andrew E Beard, J,.ataycno Aia
Cicero Inney, Norfolk Va
Stanley A' Dansbery, Springrtalo O
. Warren IF Davis, Jefferson Kan
Lewis Dnys.Ellensburg Wit
NarcisBe, Deroy, Holyoke Mass
Auntio Late for school again,
Willie? At your age I once found a
purse lying in the road at seven o'clock
in the morning all from cutting" up
Willie Yes, but the one that lost it
go up earlier.
was some small change from the cash
drawer. As yet there is no clue, but it
looked like amateur work.
A man giving his nnmc as Wm.
Laine, was arrested Monday night by
Marshal Bowlcy for having booze in
his possession, and was placed in the
city jail. When examined before Jus
tice Mars Tuesday morning ne was
fouml guilty and afine- of $25 and
costs was imposed, and in default was
sentenced to the county j:iil for ten
Mrs. Harry S. Woolsoy died at her
home in The' Dulles, Ore., Friday March
14, );fter a long illness. Mrs. Woolsey's
maiden name was Emma Bonncy, the
daughter of A. A. Bonncy of Tygh
Valley. She was born in tlervais March
5, 1870, and came. to The Dalles with
her parents while a child. In 1904 she
wag married to Mr. Wofilscy and be
sides her husband, leaves five children.
After erecting gravel bunkers, don
key engines an,l cal.'les to supply grav
el for paving the Aurora-Gcrvejs sec
tion of the Pacific highway, it has
been found that the part of the Pud
ding river bed r-!ected hag only a
shallow layer of gravel not sufficient
to supply the large quantity needed
and the. plant is being moved to a lo
cation nearer Aurora where gravel ex
ists in large quantities. From 10,000 to
20,000 yards will be required. Jtnr.
49TH AETILLEEY COMINO
Portland, Ore., Mar. 22. Advic -3
were received here this afternoon that
the 49th Artillery C A. C. left Chi
cago this morning en routo to Carup
Lewis via Portland There are 123
Washington and Oregon men on the
train from the 49th, besides 97 western
casuals, making up HoboKen casual
toaipiiny 2Q'Z. The men are schedule-l
to a. rive here Monday.
Floyd TJ Deshon, Logan Kan
Aubrey Easterly, Cape S C
Alex E Yheralt, France
Paul S Fischer, Aaron Pa
Geo A Granger, Clio Mcch
Adif T Jungman, New York
Elmer J Keller, Beaver Falls Pa
Joseph F Kinney, Kansas City
Fred Kuhne, Glovorsville N Y
Adolph Laehowitz, New Y ork,
Stephen Lacolla, Boston
Erven L Landers, oHkes Bluff Ala
Kress Lanir, Boingor La
Gerhard J Ijirson, Buffalo Cen-ter Ia
Hallie S Lewis, Fryehill Aric
Ira L Lewis, Convoy O
Allen B Loudon, Herriek S D
Alphonse Melcher, Minneapolis
George F Pettit, Richmond Hill N Y
Matthew Rooney, Akron O
Frank P Slinger Elizabeth N J
Henry K Slivinski, Philadelphia
David Stiner, Philadelphia
Chris A Taylor, Norton Kan
DIED OF DISEASE
Lt Thomas 0 Herbert, Spartanburg
Corn Clarence S Humphries, Middlo-
eec I mCA Bessie Gale, New lork
Raymond F Noye, Yonkers N Y
Lester G Dorr, Alma 111
Ben M Fowlkcs, Dyersburg Pa
Robert H Carmen, Thompsontown Pa
Rufus E Greene, Neely Miss
Edward Guonther, Milwaukee
Eugene J Guiham, Watertown Mass
Chas w Hansen, Alien v
John Johnson, Buio Creek, N C.
Pau Monton, Lafayette La
Wm II Todd Marden 111
The Capital Journal
Daily Market Report
Wheat, soft white $1-90
Wheat, lower grades on sample
Oats - - 7075c
Hay, cheat -. ............... $24
Hay, oats '
Barley, ton ........ 4850
Mall run (ft'e
Buttcrfat -i fi3
Croamery ibutter 6263c
Pork. Veal and Mutton
Pork on foot : 1616M!e
Veal, fancy ., 1820e
Spring lambs , 16
Lambs, yearlings 10lc
k2s and Poultry
Eggs, .. cash 34c, trade 36c
Hens, live . .'- Z527o
Old roosters . ISc
Radishes, doz. 35c
Sweet notatoes 66c
Potatoes r- $1-35
Onions, local 3J504
Cabbnge - - 2fe3c
Head lettuce $3.754.Ss5
Beets , .1 2Vio
Cauliflower, 2 doz. can
Spinach, box i......
Winesap apples, Ibox ....
Florida grape fruit, case $7(u)8
Black figs lb. . 10(lc
White figs, lb. l!)'a20o
Package figs por bx 50 pkg 4(a?5.90
Honev. extracted S0e
Eggs, dozen 0c
Creamery .butter - C5e
Country butter - 60c
Flour, hard wheat $3.103.15
Portland, Or., Mar. 24. Butter, city
Eggs, selected local ex. 3941c
Cheese, triplets 3435c
DAILY LIVE STOCK MAZT
Tone of market firm
Best Steers $KJ14
Good to choice steers $11.50ttl2.50
Medium to good steers fKI(u'll
Fair to good steers $9(10
Common to fair steers $89
Choice cows and heifers $10.5012
Good to choice cows and heifers
Medium to good eows and heifers
Fair to medium cows. and noiierr
Calves $9.00(213.50 ,
Stockers and feeders $710
Tone of market higher
Prime mixed $18.75(7il9
Medium mixed $18.B0(fi 18.73
Rouiih heavies $16.75(g;17.50
Pigs $10fa Ui.73
Tone of market firm
Prime lambs $10 17
Fair to medium lambs $11(&15
Farmer's Produce Company
160 S. High St. Phone 10
Cash for your produce todnyi
20c for top veal
20e for top hogs.
I liens, u weiguis, coo
Quick Reference To Firms That Gi?3 Service On Shor
Where Buyer And Seller MeetWe
Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salem Electric Co., Masonie Temple,
OR. F. L. DTTER, DEN'-U.T, ROOMS
1413-1114 Bank at Commoice Bldg.
DBS. B. E. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathia physicians and
terre gpixrialista. Graduates of Am
erican school ol Osteopathy, Kirk
rille, Mo. Post graduate and spec
ialized in nervous diseases at Los
Angeles College. Offices 505-508 Nat
Bank Bldg. Phone 859. Residence,
1620 Court. Phone 221S. Dr. White
Res. Phone 469.
THE SOLDIER BOYS Pool and bil
liard parlor is now open under new
management and it renders you and
the general public a congenial place
to pass away few leisure hours.
The basement of Oregon Electrie
depot, corner of State and High.
Phone 628. Wm. Livock, prop. 3-8
3ALEM WATEB COMPANY Office
eorrer Commercial and 'Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
THOS. K. FORD
3.er Ladd ft Bush bank; Salem Oregon
FEDERAL FARM LOANS 5 per
eent 84 years time. A. C. Bohrnstedt,
401 Masonic Tomple. Balem, Oregon
MONEY to loan on good real estate.
5',i percent government money to
loan. Liberty bonds bought and sold.
W. D. .Smith, Salem Bank of Com
merce. 18 14
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
60 years expenonce, Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 26 to' 58 in high .
Paints, oil and varnish, ete "" ' ;
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works.
250 Court street. Phone .124 :
SHEA REPAIRS all kinds of furni
ture if broken or out of topairj up
holster repairs made. iJhop 352 Oho
mekola St. betwooa Comuierciul and
Liberty. Phone 181. 4-20
2ND HAND GOODS.
We Euy, 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 731
KOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERNMENT
General Land Office
Washington. D. 0.
February 14, 1019.
Notice is hereby given that subject
to tho conditions and limitations of
the act of June 0, 1016, (39 Stat., 218),
and the instruction of the Secretary
of the Interior of September 15, 1017,
the timber on the following lands will
be sold April 8, 1913, at 10 o'clock a.
nt niihlic auction at the United
States land office at Portland, ure
gon, to the highost WdJor at not lce
than the epprniscu vuiue as souwu uj
this notice, salo to be subject to the
approval of the Secretary of the In
terior. Tho purchase prico, with an ad
ditional sum of one fifth of one per
cent thereof being commissions allow
ed, must be deposited at tune or suio,
money to be returned if sale is nei
approved, otherwise patent will lsue
for the timber which must be removed
within ten yeura. Bids will be received
from citizens of the United Slates, as
oiia'.ions ef such citizens and corpora
tions organized uxdtr tho law5 of the
United States or any state, territory
or district thereof only. Upon appli
cation of a qualified purchaser, the
timber on any legal subdivision will
be offered separately before being in
cluded in ny offer of a larger unit,
T., 9 B., lt. 2 E. See. 6, NE NEVi,
fir 1090 M., hemlock 270 M., NWVi
NEW, fir 880 M., hemlock 156 M., 8W
14 NE, r U70 M., hemlock 250 M.,
SE14 NE, fir 2390 M, hemlock 200
M., NE'i SKVi, fir 1170 M., hemlock
120 M., NWVi HF. fir 10SO M.. hem
lock 50 M, SWV4 8E14, fir 700 M.,
8E'4 8E'4, fir 1190 M., hemlock 30
M., NEVi NW, fir 630 M. hemlock
130 M., NEU JN'W4, fir 630 M.,
NEV4 SWy4, fir 1950 M., NW SW,
fir 2100 M;, SW14 SWi4, fir 1230 M.,
SEi SW14, fir 1650 M., none of the
fir to be sold fer. less than $1.50 per
M.. and none of the hemlock to be sold
for less than 75 cents per M. 1r 4 8.,
R. 3 E., Sec. 3j SEV4 SE, fir 1200
M... BWU SE14. fir 1145 M., See. S3;
SE)4 NEVi, fir 730 M., cedar 25
$1.50 per M.
. CLAY TALLMAN,
8W NE;tu 850 M., none of the
fir or cedar to be sold for loss man
CommUsiancr General Land Office.
127 North High-
HOP LEE, expert jluundrynwui, 43
Ferry St. I puy top market price for
chickens and eggs. ,
All kinds of auto rcpairiug by an ex
perienced workman. All work guar
anteed to be satisfactory. Studebak
er repairs specialty. D. B. Moir,
263 if. Commercial.
BRING YOUR TRADES
BRING your trades. I ean match yon.
C. W. Niemeyer, all branches of real
estate and Canada lands, 215-218
Masonic building. Phone 1000.
FOR SALE A good double team b&r
. ncsa, will trade for hay or grain,
or will exchange for geed dry wood.
Bee Square Deal Bealty compev.
10 acres, all cultivated well fenced,
finest prune, walnut, or berry land, .
lays well, 3 miles from Saiam, only
7 acres all cultivated, best black,
gravel soil, 3',i milc8 from Salem,
$so0, a iap.
24 acres 10 in cultivation, 5 in 3
year old prunes, 5 in loans, 8 in.
timber pasture tie best of soil, close
to school, church, good macadamized
road, 6 room house, ibarr., fully
equipped with stock and implements
offered for a short time at $7000. ,
50 acres all cultivated, good house,
barn, the best Of oil, 4 -miles from
folom. $160 per acre.
100 acres, 60 in cultivation, best of
dark loam, 40 stump pasture, 7 miles
from Salem on rock road, at station,
finest location, $105 per acre.
138 acres, 120 cultivated, 18 timber,
30 acres in walnuts with prune fill
ers, Iboth 10 years old; house, Ibarn,
7 miles from Salem. $185 per tut,
162 acres, all cultivated, good im
provements, a'l tiled, the ben bar
gain in the county, priced $25 per
acre below its present value, only
$125 per acre including full equip
ment and stock.
42 acres, finest prune ranch in the
vullcy, 8 room modern house, good
barn, the best of drier, 30 ares ia
prunes in full bearing, 6 acres in fine
logans, on rock road,, ineuino last
year $5000. A snap for the right man,
are you interested?
Have a number of 5 and tou acre
traes which would make fine logan
berry irancli lit very reasonable
prices, located close to paved street.
For bust buys alwnvs see
Bayne building Salem, Oregon
NO CASH REQUIRED Good overeoa
shoes and suits, all kinds of musie-,
al instruments, shotguns, rifles, heat
ing stoves, gas stoves, suit cases and
1000 other useful articles to sell or
trado. What have you? The Capital
Exchango, 337 Court St. Phone 49S,
THE FIX-IT SHOP
UmfoTellas, repaired and recoverefl,
razors, knives, scissors and lawn
mowers sharpened, saw filing, lock
smithing, kodaks, alarm clocks, mus
ical instruments and roller top desks
repaired. My specialty is ropairinj
evorv thing in the light ripair line.
Now location is 347 Court i?t. Phonel
shop 493, Res. 1169. AMn B. Stew
art. LODGE DIRECTORY
KNIGHT8 OF PYTHIAS MEET AB
McCornack hall on every Tuesday,
at 8. P. Andressn, C. O. P. J. KxtuU
C B. & S.
BOYAL Neighbors of Amorica, Ore
gon Grape camp No. 18'i0 meet every
Thursday evening in MoCornaek ball
Elevator service. Oracle, Mrs. Gur
rio E. Bunn, 648 Union St.; recor
der, Mrs. Melissa Persons 1415 N.
4th St. Phone 1436M..
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMEBICA
Oregon CedsrCsmp No. 5248 mevta
every Thursday evening, e o'clock
in McCornack hall, over Meyers
store. Bay A. Grant, V. C.j F. A,
UNITED ARTISANS Capital Asaesu
, bly No. 84 meets every Thursday at
8 p. m. in Masonie Temple. Norma L.
Terwilliger, M. A.; C, A. Vibbers,
secretary, 840 Owe stroefc
J, A. Rowland Furniture Store
Buys, sells and xhanges new and
2nd hand furniture. All kinds of
repaii work, light grinding, filing,
and brazing a specialty. Uight
prices. 247 North Commercial St.
1'hone 16. '
Our Prices are Right
W. M. ZANDEB, Proprietor
1255 N. Summer Street, Salem, Orcgc.
SALEM SCAVENGER Garbage o4
refuse of all kinds removed on month
ly contracts at reasonable rati.
Cess pools cleaned. Dead animals -moved.
Offico phono ' Main, 187;
Residence, Main 2272.