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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. THURSDAY. MAY 1. 1010.
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SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE
of Seal Property oa Foreclosure
Notice ig hereby given, that by vir
tue of an execution duly 'issued out of
the circuit court of Die state of Ore
gull, for the county of Marion uuil to
no directed on the 29th day of Ajiril,
1919 ,upou r jiil; . :r..i decree duly
renilered, entered of record and doeket
eil in mid by iwid court on the 14th
day of April, 1919, in n certain suit
tlieu in said court pending, wherein
J. L. (juirk n plniniiifr, and Martin
i' 1'iii'kney, Eliraboth 1(. lloise B.
J. 'Caldbeck, K. lt.'K.vmn and Lizzie
I'. Ryan, his wife, Southern Pacific
company, a corporation, United States
iNational Bunk of Suleni, Oregon, a
oroi:ition, Fred (schooler. Pacific
'"imil Life Insurance cuiiilaiiy of
, a corporation, were (lofnnd
vorot plaintiff nuil against
it- .iduiitw 'by which execution 1
" .1 muled lu oll the property in
. jtioil uud Ueipiuafler dew-rib-im
u (. Hit! sum due the plaintiff of
fiftceu hundred ($1500) dollars, with
interest thereon nt the rate of 7 per
cent per milium from the 1st day of
July, l'.!7, until paid less the sum of
$15 'before paid. Mid the further sum
of $120 attorney's fee, together with
Hie costs mid disbursements of said
unit -taxed at $29.75 mud costs and cx
onse of snid execution, i will on
csutiirday the 3 1st. day of May, 1919,
t the. hour of 10 o'clock a. in of said
nay at tht! west door of the county
coiirt house in Snlom, Marion county,
Oregon, sell nt public miction to the
sngliost bidder for cash in hand on
he day of snle, nil the right, title, in
tores and estate wlibh said defendants
ami oil persons claiming under them
iiWntont to the date of plaintiff's
n. . . . 9 in, of and to said premises
i . fore mentioned and described
. . execution as follows, towit:'
li ning at the northwest corner
i lumber ten (.mi. 10) in block
... eighty two (No. -) ill the
titv f Salem, in Marion county, slate
of Oregon; running thence ea.i.-rly,
nlnn the north line of -aid lot, eighty
eight (it) feet; thence aoullierly, par
nllel with the west line of said block,
Hcveiity two (72) feel; thence wester
W. itnrnllel with the .north line of said
Muck, eighty I'Lght (SS) feet to the
vest line of said block; thence north-1
my, nlong the .west line of said block,
neventv two (7-) feet to the northwest
romer of Mini bloi k and ijila.'e of tie
ginning. Said sale being made subject to re
tdemption in the manner provided by
'ated this 30th day of April, 191!.
W. I. AIJilHUM.
riff of Mnrioii.cflunty, Oreeoa.
i I). Jtowers. l.'eput) .
t publication May 1
pililicution May -V.
SUMMONS NO. 14373
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, For Marlon County
Joseph Sehmid, plaintiff rs Henry
Kreb and Sophie Krebs, detendants,
To Henry Kreln and Sojdiie Krelu,
in the name of the stute of Oregon,
yo.i are herchy reqnirrri to apprar and
answer complaint filid ouninst you in
the above entitled airt en or before
the Slid day of May. 19111, and if yoH
fail so to appear Mid answer the said
cim;!a!ht for want thereof the plain- ,
tiff will apply to the court for the re-1
lief prayed for in his complaint, a sub- j Department No. 2
-tan!ial statement of which is as fol- j P. O. Kogowar, plaintiff, vs E.
lows, towit. Mi'.iijoway, defendant. Kunimoiis.
First: For the sum of til 1. 75 and : To K. Hogoway, defendant:
interest thereon at the rate of eisrht j Jn the name of the state of Oregon
ier cent per annum, from the 1st day you are hereby required to appear and
of November. l'.D7. and the sum of t'- 'answer the complaint filed azainst yon
Iecial attorney's fees and the costs lia the above entitled eaue, within six
n.) disbursements of this suit. j weeks from the date ef the first publi-
Second: That the u-ual decree may j cation of this summons, and if you fail
lie made for the sale of said premises, j v to answer for want thereof the
loait: Beginning at point on the ! plaintiff will apply to the court for
rast line of loth street in the city of 'tho relief demanded therein, towit:
Falem in Marion county, Oregon, whicb For an order dissolving the partner
Mid point is 113.5 feet south of the .ship existing between plaintiff and
Bouth line of Nebraska street in mid -defendant under the name and style
city and running thence- easterly and 'of the Independent Meat Market at
.nral!el to Nebraska street 13(5. 16 j Palem, Oregon, and that the business
Jteet to tbe alley; thence northerly j affairs thereof be settled; that a re
hi.iag the west line of said alley 73.3jeeiver be appointed to take immediate
feet; thence westerly and parallel to j pessiou of the property of eaid firm
- -i irivirvaij'r"i'M -t i-M---
e Liberty Theatre
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
May 1st May 2nd May 3rd
You will see things you should know
Portland Railway, Light and Power Company
i Nebraska street 150.2 feet to the cast
line or urn siri-ei, im-iico imjuiuitij jcocus io me payment or tue aeon and
along the east liuo of 15th street 73.3 j expenses of said firm pro rata togoth
feet to the place of beginning) by the j or with the expenses of snid receiver,
sheriff of Marion county, Oregon, ac:iand the surplus, if nuy remaining, be
cording to law aud tho practice of divided cquully between plaintiff 'and
mm i-uiiri. ui me iFiuuvrus vi mii
mo- lw n....li..,l In till. K.Wnl
c h. ;,. .h. ! iff -indi.iilt,,!,!,. t,r; " " "'".Aroused by the expose of the nation.
that said dctendantg end all persons
lui m i 11 cr under thein subsequent to tho
execution of said mortgage on said
premises, either as purchasers, incum
rancors, or otherwise, may 'be barred
and foreclosed of all right, clnim or
equity of redemption in said premises
and every part thereof, and that the
plaintiff may havo judgement and ex-
edition against said defendants and J consecutive weeks, in the laily t'npi
eai'H of them for any deficiency which I ta! Journal, a new spinier published at
may remain after applving nH of the
proe.eetii- or mc saie oj. sum piopcrijr
or premises properly applicable to the
satisfaction of this decree.
Third: That the plaintiff have such
other and further relief in tho premis
es as to the court may seem meet and
That you are further notified that
this summons is served upon you by
publication thereof in the Capital
Journal, a daily newspaper, printed
and published in the city of Salem,
Marion county Oregon and that the
date of tho first publication of this
summons is the 10th day of April, 1919
and the last dav of publication thereof
will be tho 22d day of May, 1919.
Tlii.i iimm5us is so published and serv
ed upon you pursuant to the order of
Honorable Percy It. Kelly of said
court, which order was made and en
tered of record dn said cause on the
3d day of. April, 1919.
P.OBJN D. DAT,
Attorney for plaintiff, Salem, Ore
Notice is hereby given, that the un
dersigned lola (ilcason has filed ter
final account a8 administratrix of the
estate of. Thos. Oleason, deceased, in
the county eonrt for Marion county,
Oregon, and said court has duly et the
time fur hearing objections thereto an I
l... snl I liioiim. II....-.W.I' fix Mim-
.lilt - until ci mi in' "i i"i'i'i "
uM flt lh(J hour of lu
.;()(,k a m of lny in the court
( rmm in tan Murt a, Sut,n jn
county and stnt
Dated this 'Jtth day of April. I'.tliJ.
Administratrix of the estate of Thos.
(ilea-on, deceased. S "2
Notice is hereby given that tho un
dersigned, Jjy order Cf the county court
of Marion county, Oregon, has been
duly Appointed ai administratrix of
the estate of Krnest R. Bennett, de
ceased. All persons having claims
agaiiKt such estate are required to
present them within six months from
the date of this notice, with the prop
er Touchers, to the undersigned, at Sa
Dated this 3lst dnr of March, 1919.
&OAN H. KARL.
V. C. Win-low,
Atturney for estate. 5 2
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Marion County
Their Husbands to
'and soil the same and apply the pro
ninviiuHiii, anu iur sue u oilier aim iur-i
tl, ,li,.f uu ........ a'
Vou are hereby further notified that
the summons in this cause is served
upon you by publication thereof by
virtue of an order duly made by Hon
orable George 0. Bingham, judgo of
the above entitled court, on the 18th
day of April, 1919, which saTd order
requires the summon, in this cause to
be -published once each week for six
Sulem, Oregon, and that the da to of,
the first publication thereof is the
21th day of April. 1919, and that tho '
dale of tho lust publication thereof
will be the 0IU dnv of .'uue, 19ID.
Residing at Sulem, Or. Attorney for
FIRST NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Courlty Court of the State of
"T 1U' -y
In the matter of the estate of 1'rank
Notice i hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed admin
istrator with tho will annexed of tho
above entitled estate, upon ancillary
letters of administration having been
issued and as such administrator has
duly qualified, according to law. All
persons having claims ugninst tho es
herehv notified to present !
,i . ... i I
same duly verified as by law required.
to the undersigned at 503 Gerlinger
building, Portland, Oregon, or at 306
V. bank building, Haleni, Oregon,
within six months from date hereof.
Dated ond first puMishod this 17th
dav of April, 1919.
CLARE C. HARDING,
Administruitor with the will annex
ed, of the cntnte of Frank Harding,
John C. Shilloek.
Attorney, 503 Gerlinger bldg., Port -
land, Oregon. 5-16
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
Just Think-30 days left
WE DON'T WANT TO SHIP THE STOCK TO PORTLAND.
DISPOSED OF HERE. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE AND
CHANCE YOU WILL HAVE TO BUY HIGH GRADE
PAINTS, GRANITEWARE, ALUMINUM AND SILVERWARE AT REDUC
Still have a few coils of warranted LAST CHANCE!
5-ply garden hose. 50 foot lengths Auto tires, :52x: 1-2 and .52x4 at
Lawn mowers, lG-inch cut $12.50. Heavy Copper Boilers $6-45 '
14-inch cut, $9.50 . ' . a.--
Philadelphia Ball Bearing $100 as ran-?e for 'x0
Spencer Hardware Go.
I (Continued from Page 1.)
i. .. 1 i..:..i I-.,..
Chicago, Mil' 1 . (. I llltl (t lrcSS.)
wide bomb plot, police and federn! au
thorities hl're today took extradordinary
precautions to quell violent demonstra
tions by the several hundred radicals
gathered in C'hicugo for the May lmy
Kil'lo squads and federal agents were
placed at stratrctic )oiats. Largo num.
Iiers were held nt police headquarters
and other stations for quick movement
to any part of the city.
I. W. W. Farad Tornado.
w ' teuxa
liennit to liol, a great parnu mm u
processions that niny develop will bo in
defiance of the police. Measures have
already been worked out to deal with
the situation. Chief of Police Oarrity
snid his men will see that no parade is
Hcvcral meetings were on in full blast
in various pnrts of tho city, with Hey-
mour Stedman, Chicago attorney, Rose
j pastor gtoke. and other prominent so-
(,, . ,,; .-..u...
Police nre watching the mails for
more bombs, following tho receipts of
ono package for Federal Judge K. M.
Laudis. Judgo LandiB was at Rockford,
III., when the bomb arrived.
Rain Halts Paris Reds.
Paris, Mav l.( I'nited Press.) A
- nein rain early today caused tern-
Horary postponement of Mav Day dem
onstrations planned by radical labor
Precautionary measures by the gov
ernment to enforce its order against
demonstrations, which extremists voted
to disregard were veiled in secrecy, but
its was noted that the force of gend
anuos had been increased.
j Business was practically at a stand
! still tottav as the workers celebrated
I Labor Hay. Even tho newspapers fail-
cd to publish, constituting a 'precedent
.for Labor I)ay. Leon Jouhaux, secre
tary general of the French Federation
lf I,,or- "'nt thi" t0 Al"'ri
474 State Street
fr3.,tfci.tn jfeA,si.,sj aK4 s.-fc.s.sj.jSi .nfs -;s. f,s.i.s.aM
m& IT BOYffl IS CRY
OF WOMEN REGARDING
HIGH 1ICB OF FOOD
iiiicn tuia m uuitUL viu
To Represent 70 rer lent
Of Hoasewires, Asks He!?
New York, May 1. (I'nited Press.)
'Oive us luck oar five-cent loaf," u
the plea of Mrs. Julian Heath, pren
deut of the National Housewives'
Tague, cabled to President Wilson to-
Mrs, Heath, stating she spoke for the
1 house ivea of 70 percent of the coun
try's consumers, ap---alcd for action to
brine lower food prices.
"Wc must have lower prices," she
told the I'nited l'r. "Mr. Hoover
should use his hundred million dollar
i appropriation (to feed Europe) to bring
down the price of bread in America."
'Mrs. Heath's cablegram suggested
that Wilsou immediately authorise im
-ortation of Arcentine and Canadian
wheat to foree down bread prices.
Her cable iu jmrt follows:
"The housewives of seventy percent
cf the consumer in this country, the re
maining thirty percent being farmers'
wives, through the National House
wives' League of the I'nited Mtates, ap
peal to you for immediate executive
netiou t.l the coming sessions to reduce
the cost of living, which through pres
ent prices of bread, meat and corn, has
become unbearable. Will you not use
your unlimited power for good to put
bread into the mouths of tho people!
tiive us back our five-cens ouf and
help suffering humanity, now. stagger
ing under the vruel yoke of prohibitive
prices of the bare necessities of life."
She said the American consumers will
not get much benefit out of winning
the war unless food costs ure limited,
"The pre-war cost of bacon wns 30
cents and it has now risen to 70 centa;
per war lard 13 cents, now 40; pre-war
pork, $17, now 32; pre-war wheat 00
cents, now $2.2(1; pre-war com, 60 cents,
"Current statistics show we have the
greatest stocks of wheat, meats, futs,
hogs and cattle than were ever known
in the histry of the countrv, yet they
are withheld from the people at prices
none bu the rich can pay."
Her cable ends with flat question to
Wilson as to whether ho will tuko up
food prices at the naxt session of con
gress. A new wnge acale filed with em
ployers of the cooks ond waiteni of
Spokane calls for an eight hour day,
a six day week, and an increase iu
wagcg of $10 a month.
can labor through tho I'nited Tress:
"Tho general commercial and indus
trial cessation in France this May Dny
is more extensive than evor before.
"France, idle one (li.y, is a tangible
demonstration of the desires of the
working class to secure the collabora
tion of the proletariat in allied coun
tries, especiully the Americans, whoso
ideals are so similar to ours, in obtain
ing the following:
''A secure pence for ell icopies; lib
erty; sell'-deteriiiination; the right to
choose a government suitable to the
people; the end of imperialism; the eco
nomic transformation of the world on a
All Europe Celebrates.
London, May 1". (United I'Tesa.)
Labor Day was being celebrated
throughout Kurope toduy with greater
enthusiasm than ever before, owing to
recent industrial upheavals and gains
mado by organized lnbor.
London's main celebration wns a
monster demonstration in Hyde Park,
where a record breaking crowd listened
to speeches bv British and continental
The commission nppoiulcd bv tho
joint International Labor and Socialist
congress issued a congratulatory nitini
festo on the conclusion of the world war
and the beginning of a new era for la
IT MUST BE
Quick Reference To Firms That Girc Service On Short
Where Bayer And Seller MeetWe
Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salem Elect rie Co., Masonic Temple, 127 North H.ja Kaia 1JOO
tALEM WATER d;iirANT-Offiee
onor Corml and Trad atnoto
Bilk payablo an-ntalT la aditae.
FOB SALE 12a acres of No. 1 land
located 0 miles from Salem, oa good
road, in good location, good house
and barn and othtr buildings, farm
implements, 4 horses, 5 eowa, 5 year
ling, -50 head of hogs, round 500
corns ol wood ready out, all at
bu-gaia. Writ M W care Journal.
FOR SALE A rood double team kar
oesB, will trado for hay or groan,
or will exchange for good dry wood
See Square Deal Realty eompsjB,
2 acres all cultivated, good aousa,
lots of fruit; $2W0, easy terms.
8ft acres all ia crop, on paved road,
elose to iNileni; $2000, tents if de
sired. 10 acreo all cultivated, all fenced, 3
milea out, only $1300.
10 acres; good modern house, logans,
prunes, family orchard; $5300.
12 acres all in cultivation, 6 room
house, 2Vj acres family orchard, 1
miles from Salem; $3500.
8 acre; 6 acres. Vj in prunes, in
peaches, logang tie-wtvn; t acres in
maple timber; the best of river bot
tom, on graveled road, just the place
for an investment that will bring
returns; only $1200, easy terms.
15 acres, 6 acnes in 7-year old cher
ries, 8 in 7-year old prunes, 4 straw
berries; house, barn, close in; $3750.
18 acres, 5 acres logans; small house;
R'-i acres timber, elose in, $3H0u.
24 acres, 10 cultivated, balance tim
ber pasture; aouse, barn, family
20 acres, li miles from town, trade
for Saleio residence not over $1500.
13 acre, all cultivated, family orch
ard, 2 acres strawberries, 8 acres
grain, 1 acre potatoes, family gar
den, 5 room house ham with hay
fork, fruit house, wood shed, chick
en house; beat black gravel soil; close
to school; equipped with etoek and
tools and all household furniture,
70 acres, 50 tillable, 1,000,000 feet
Baw timber; will trado for acreage or
Sulem residence and assumo mort
gage or pay cash difference.
For best buys see
' Bayne building
Arthur Wulwyn Evans, noted Welsh
lecturer and v nephuw of Lloyd
George, it billed for A lecture at Ore
gon Agricultural college in the near
The board of education of the Marsh
field district bus named a budget of
$68,000 for the next school year, an in
crease of $7000 over the pust year.
The Capital Journal
Daily Market Report
Wheat, soft white
Wheat, lower grades oa sample
Bay, cheat -.
Barley, ton $4N(u)50
Mill run - 4344c
Creamery liutter 58(a59c
Fork, Veal aud Mutton
Pork on foot ISMifii 194c
Veal, fancy lSCil9c
Steers -- 7fo He
Spring lambs He
Ewes .. .ecjcw
Sheep, yearlings 10(ujl2c
figua ana romtry
Eggs, cush 37c
Hens, live 32c
Old roosters 15
Cockerels - 21ii25c
Radishes, dox. 85e
Sweet potatoes eCrfCMi
Onions, local $3(11.4
Cabbage - S'ifSft'.ie
Turnips 2 3 4c
I'cad lettuce $1.25(a4.75
Cauliflower, flats 2(S2.25
Winesap npples, box - $4.50
Celery,, crate $'"
Lemons, box - $5(i6
Bananas ........ 9c
Florida grape fruit, case $7(ttf8
Black figs lb. iGlwlUe
White figs, lb. 19f,i,20e
Package figs per bx 60 pkg $4(a6.90
lloey, extracted SO
Eiyrs, dozen 45c
Creaineiv butter - 63c
Flour, bird wheat $3.15a3.23
P rt land. Or., May 1. Butter, city
creamery, 54(n 55c
Eggs S'-lecti"! loial ex 43i 44c.
Broilers 4 -in t3c
Cheese, triplets 33(5 37c
DAILY LITE STOCK MAR KEY
. Receipts 37
DORA DEAN MeClTCHBON, teacher
of piano, a bow and loguud method
for both pspil and teacaof, amVisg
clear all basic principle, accessary
to a musical education, and giTiaf
the "music teacher" something t
teach. 421 Court St. Faoae 152.
PEOPLES FURNITURE STORE
For bargains ia new and secondhand
goods for the home, f uinituie, rang
es, heaters and stoves, rugr, sewing
machines, graniteware, dishes, swit
cases, trunks and tools. We wan
your old furniture and stove. wiH
pay you highest cash price. Be at
last." Peoples Furniture Store, E71
N. Commercial St. t hese 734.
NO CASH BEQUlHED-sGood overeea
Shoes and suits, all kinds of inr.sio
al instruments, shotguns, rifles, heat
ing stoves, gas stoves, suit cases act
louO other useful article to sell or
trade. What have yout Tho Capital
Exchange, 337 Court St. Phono 493.
THE SOLDIER BOYS Pool and kil
liard parlor ia now open under new
management and it renders you and
the general public a congenial place
to pass away a few leieuio hour.
Tho basement of Oregon Electrie
depot, corner of State and High
1'hone 628. Wm. Livock, prop.
STOVES REBUILT AN1 It KP AIR ED
50 years experience, Depot National
and American fence.
Sixes 26 to 58 in. high
Paints, oil aud varnish, etc.
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works,
250 Court street, phone 324.
J. A. Rowland Furniture Store
Buys, sells and exchanges now end
2d hand furniture. All kinds of
repair work, light grinding, filing,
and brazing a specialty, Righs
prices. 247 North Commercial St.
SALEM, SCAVENGER Garbage and
refuse of all kinds removed on uionti
ly contracts at rcnsonuhlo rates..
Cess pools cleaned. Dead animals re
moved. Office phone Main 167.
. MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estate Security
TIKIS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush bnnk; Salem Oregon.
FEDERAL FARM LOANS-5 per
cent interest. Prompt ewviee. 344'
years time. Federal fnrm loan boade
for snle. A. C. Bohrnstedt, 401 Ma
sonic Temple. Salem, Oregon.
INSI'RANCE COUNCIL-For free In
formation about Life Insurance see
J. F. Hutclmson, rlnst. manager for
the Mutual Life of N. T., office at
371 State St.. Salem, Ore. Ctflice
phono 99, residence 1396. tf
nop LEE, export laundrymaa, 43t
Ferry St. I pay top market price for
chickens and Eggs. Office phone
1339.1, residence i:i.'!3J.
Our Prices mm Right
W. M. ZANDLEK. Pre-prictor
1255 N. Summer Street, Salem, Oregon.
STEWART'S iRKPAlK H110P Have
just installed a machine that wiS
sharpen lawnmowers the same as the
fnctory puts them out new. Bring
all vour light repair work to me. Air
vin'B. Stewart, 347 Court St. Phone
ALL kinds of auto repairing by ea ex
perienced workman. AH work guar
anteed to be satisfactory. Stndobak
er repairs a specialty. D. R. Moir,
203 N. Commercial.
Tone of market weak
Best Steers $13$13.50
Good to choice steers $ll(ff 11.50
Medium to E"d steers $H.5ti(u 10
Fair to giiud steers $8519
Common to fair steers $7.5001 8
Choice cows and heifers $10.!i"(''12
Good to choice cows end heifart
Medium to good eos 4 heifere
Fair to medium eowe and heiferl
Bulls "'' H
Calves $!"& 13.50
Stockers and feeders $'ifu 8.50
Tone of marjiet slow
Prime mixed $'-'0(0 20.2"
Medium mixed $19.50(o 20
Bough heavies $18( 18.23
Pigs $18.2H(n' IH.50
Bulk $20fi 20 25
Prime lambs $lti(al6
Fuir to medium lambs $11 Ji 14.00
Yearling 1 1(6.13
Wethers 1 1
Ewes $u & 10.50