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THE DULY CAPITAL JOUKNAU SALEM. OREGON. WEDNESDAY. MAY 7, 1919.
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Minimum charge, 15c.
DRESSMAKING apprentice girl want
ed at room 10 McCornack bldg. tf
FOR SALE Loganberry tips. Phone
JAS. LY0X3, practical painter. Phone
704. 5 16
WASTED All kinds of chickens. Will
pay top price. Phone 1339J. tf
FOR plowing or orchard work with
tractor, call 17PH. 5 -28
WANTKD 1917 five passenger Ford
boa-. Hiuuu 310. tf
FOR SALE Milk cow, 4 gallons per
day. Call 87K24. 5-U
FOIl &A1,E Excelsior motorcycle and
f5a car. Phone 253J. 5-7
A GOOD wheel, new tires, can bo seen
At 1230 N. Liberty. Phone 88S. 5 8
S1IOB shop for sale cheap; doing good
business. 1-80 Slato St. 8-18
W. .HEAVER well driller, phone 827
J, 1105 N. 19th St., Salem. Or. 8-6
WANTED Electrician. Phone 1265.
FOR SALE Young marc; also fresh
cow. 1595 N. Cottage. 5-7
WANTED Ctrl Jr 3ady for house
work. Call 686 Center street. 5-8
GOOD team for salo cheap; also some
splendid rabbits. Phone 63. 5-10
FOB SALE 30 head goatn at 2.50
each. Phone 3F4. ; 5 10
WANTED $S0O . on gilt edge securi
ties. J II care of Journal. 5-7
(FOR BALE Piano.. Phone 1902M. 5-8
MASTODON pansy plants, 2286 Mill
t. Phose K413J. (-, . 6-7
FOR SALE 3-year lease on 195 acre
farm. Goo. Doerfler, Bhaw, Or. Rt.
1, box 47. .... 512
FOB SALE Ford chassis, A 1 condi
tion. Inquire for Reed or Klinger
t Ed Bleating ' billiard partem, tf
FOR SALE Auburn touring ear, in
first class .shape. Highway garage.
BIAVB your roof repaired, c! turned and
tarred. For particulars phone 1446.
40 ACRES good berry and prui.e land
for sale. Will toll in email tracts or
whole, piece. Phone 2381J. 5 19
FOR SALE 2 lots with good 6 room
house, garage, fiiinily orchard. Phone
600. . . tf
HAVE your roof repaired, cleaned and GOOD rooming house to lease, 30 rooms
tarred. For particulars phri.-- Uit. partly furnished; will lease very
tt reasonable. Inquire 506 N. Com 'I
, ' St. or phone 1549M. tf
FOR RENT 8 room house, toilet and :
bath. 220 D St. Inquire 200 Marion WE PAY highest cash price for eggs.
St. Phono ll.TAV. tf pork, veal and poultry. Willamette
Transfer Co., 171 S. High St. Phone
FOR SALE Horse and buggy for snio luo. tf
. cheap. Call at 754 N. High St. any-
time- , IF YOU want to buy, sell or trade
L . . . .... , Your old auto or auto part see
WANTED Loan of $..00 on real es Su,illll0,k Juilk c (Au0 Wreek.
tato, good, security. Call at 247 N. (.r))) 3(. v c.mmeri.itt, bl. j.honc
Commercial. tf 30- tj
WANTED-To buy mohair. East 8 a- HOMKSTKAl) in Canada fot $125.
lem Tannery, 2oth and Oak St. Thij iliculj(.g faro to Alberta; board,
I hone 100M. W traveling and locator's expenses.
PBpn tiinwT ft r., tii, m,xvd f"rminS tliatriet . Pnrtic-
m? S. F" CJ,' , ' "lrs at mt nff.ee, only. C. W.
544 btaU. St, - Telephone 400- Ni Ma80nie building. tf
Headquarters for baby chicks, tf
r-77r-r T T MEN WANTED AT WEST LINN PA
FOB 8ALE Three quf.rtrr ton truck.
In first clas, shape, $200. Highway pER jr ILLS, 42c HOUR, 8 HOUR
DAY. BF.E MR.H. A. SWAFPORD
WILL pay spot cash for good 5 pass
enger car; must be in A 1 condition. at MILL OFFICE ACROSS RIVER
What have yout Write to A P caro
Journal, giving full description. 5 10 FROM OREGON CITY. GOOD HO-
FOR PALE Modern residence at 1370 TEL PROVIDES CLEAN BEDS
State St. furnace, fireplace and built
in -conveniences. Caah or terms. jrjc; BIST MEALS 33e. tf
. Writ George M. Toet, 431 Harrison ,
St. Portland, Or. M gyy jjj gALEM ALWAYS
WE LOAN MONEY FOR FIVE YEARS. WEAL
LOW YOU TO PAY $100.00 OR MULTIPLE ON
THE PRINCIPAL ON ANY INTEREST DATE.
WE CLOSE OUR LOANS PROMPTLY.
314 Masonic Bldg. . . . .
AC R 123 close to West Salem for sale
or rent, ltone 61P4. 5 9
P1A.YO for sale, 625 S. 18th .
after 6 p. m.
WANTED Party to raise potatoes on
-shares and to clear land. Inquire 152
S. Church. 510
FOR SALE Milk cows fresh and com
ing fresh: 1 registered Jersey bull.
Phone 103F16. 5-7
FOR RENT Xieely furnished honse
keoping pts; also sleeping rooms at
645 Ferry St. 5-7
FOR SAL B 10 acres with house and
tarn, 3'j 'miles south of Salem.
See owner 356 State. 5-12
PARTY known who took tire and rim
off a Ford. Please return 785 8.
19th to avoid trouble. 5-9
FOR SALE 5 room modern cottage
$700; terms. Call room 304. Hubbard
bldg. W. II. Norri. tf
FOR RENT 5 acres, all la cultiva
tion, close to car line, fine vegetable
land. Socolofsky, Bayne bldg. tf
FOR SALE Modern 6 room bungalow
See Chas. llebcl 355 Chemekcta.
WALL PAPER 15 cents per double roll
upward. Btiren's Furniture Store.
179 Commercial. tf
FOR RENT Two nice, clean furnish
ed rooms 292 N. Church St. Phone
522 R. 5-9
CLARK'S seedling strawberry plants
60e a hundred, $5 a thousand. War 4
K. Richardson, 2395 Front. 5-9
5 ROOM house, 2 lots, fine garden,
fruit and well; clenr title on 22d
trcot. Write owner, box 40 or
phone 1393. 5 7
FOR SALE Or trade for Salem prop
erty, 60 acre fnrm 45 seres in cul
tivation. No buildings Address O
care Journal. tf
FOR SALE Modern 8 room houso, 168
N. 12th, opposite supreme court
building. Also Ford car for sale. For
few days only. 5-7
A BARGAIN' iFor sale a concrete mix
er, one half yard capacity, in good
working condition. Inquire 1740
State s( root. 5-8
NOTICE Wanted, hauling contracts,
have new 2'i ton Day-Elder truck.
. Inquire Marion garage opposite Ma
rion hotel. Phone 302. 5 12
WANTED The address of Mrs. Ben
nett, mother of George L. Parker,
formerly of the 41st division, A. E.
F. Postmaster, Salem, Ore. 5-7
50,000 TO 75,000 Italian pruno trees
for fall delivery. Fruitland nursery,
lVu miles ORRt of state penitentiary.
Phone 111F21. Rt. 6 Salem. tf
WE HAVE on hand a few tons of mill
run for sale, at a bargain. Willam
ette Valley Transfer Co., 171 South
High St. rkone 1KW. tl
LOANS - 6
I BUT young calves. C.
TILLAMlXlK farm for sale, will ran
50 cow. Box 521. Tillamook, Or. 5-7
WANTED Furnished 5 room bunga
low. Ad.lress E L W care Journal.
WANTED A team weighing about
1200, 4 to 8 years old. Address T H
care Journal. 5 8
LADY solicitors wanted; write Deni
son. 222 ,N. Liberty St. or phone
7M iberweea 5 aud 6:30. 513
WANTED Leaky radiators to repair,
Salem 'Auto Radiator shop, 198 8.
WIDOW wants housekeeping; capable
and agreeable. Box 507 Mountain
View St., Oregon City, Or. 5 7
WANTED Experienced dcliverv driv
ers, middle aged men preferred.
Peoples Cash Store. tf
FOR RENT Furnished aid mifuruish
ed housekeeping rooms, to parties
without children. Inquire after 4
p. m. 152 8. Church. 510
FOR SALE By owner, two modern
houses, 8 and 5 rooms; w ill take unto
in part pavment, some terms on bal
ance. Tol.'l598il. tf
FOR SALE 4 room house, barn, 5
big lots, fruit and berries; block to
car, fine location, bargain. Owners,
inquire 1225 Norway. 5-7
WANTED To buy 50 hens and single
bnggv; state price and full particu
lars. O. 11. Allm, 532 N. Liberty St.
BUILDING loans arranged for home
builders on easy terms. Rates reas
onable. Own your own home. Why
pay rent! A. C. Bohrnstedt, 401
Masonic Temple, Salem, Or. 5-7
MAN of wide experience, recently dis
charged from army, wishes to serve
as secretary or correspondence clerk.
Complete satisfaction given as to
character and qualifications.- AdV
dross 223 care Journal. 5-16
WE can make special low pries e a
high grade piano, full round risk
tone, beautiful ease, easy terms. The
Wiley B. Allen Co. 519 Court B.
Store hours 1 to 6 p. m. 8 7
WQ buy. soil and exchange auto and
parts of eutos. If you have a ma
chine to dispose of bring St in and
we will soil it for yon on commission
Give us a trial. Steinbock Junk A
Auto Wrecking Co. Phone 303, 326
N. Cora'l St. tf
FOR SAXiEOr trade for Portland
proporty, 5 aere tract In Areadid Or
chards, Deer Park, Wash. All ap
ples. Jut coming into full bearing:,
plenty water owned by holders.
Packing house, W. A. Johnston,
Rlckreall, Oregon.. 5-7
10 acres; a highly improved, sightly
home, 9 room new house, basement,
bath, toilet, large halls and closets.
Spring water to houso and barn; 2
acres timber, good family orchard
and berries. Improvements cost more
than price asked for property. Own
er must Ibe in Seattlo Saturday; if
you want this come get busy. Price
$.1000. .lehn H. Scott Realty Co.
404-5 Hubbard bldg.
. NOW'S TRE TIME
GO acres on bottom, .1 miles out on
River road, I23 per acre; good terms
U tuke crop, this is good.
33 acres 3 miles out. good improve
ments, fine family orchard, $7500. 18
acres crop, balance s'liuiji pasture and
timber. This won't Inst long. Take it
Ii acres all in onts, a fine house and
barn, modern; choice fntnilv orchard
of 1 acre, riuht at railroad station, 8
miles from Salem. $900(1; good terms.
71 acres, 50 in bearing prunes. This
is some buy, $300 per acre on long"
"Ii acres, 2 bearing prunes, 1 ap
ples and cherries, l'i logans, 1 strnw
berries; fair house and burn, 1V4
miles from city limits. A snap, $0,500
Uet U K money's worth in houses of
fered by us for quick sales. We deliv
er the goods.
JOHN H. SCOTT REALTY CO.
404 5 Hubbard building
SALEM AUTO EXCHANGE
229 State Street
If you want to buy or sell
ear come and see me.
4 Fords. 1915 and 1917 models,
TK) and 33S
Buick roadster $285
A car that will make gooe Hon
Model 90 Overland $050.
1 ton truck trade for touring
Briaeo touring, first clasl shape,
Ptudebaker, good as new, $600
Buick touring, good condition, $350
e have tho medicine for tire troa-
Lot ot otters, em and aee ss
Open till 9 evening'
Plumbing and Water Systems Irstalli
by G SABER BEOS, 141 Botrta Liberty
Bt,' Phone 650. Also agent for Fair
banks-Mono Oat Engine.
FOR SALE Milk row and en'Hv bee
hives. . Phone 33r5. 5 8
TO LOAN $500 to 1000 on good se
curities. 319 Hunrtard bldg. 5 8
HELPER wanted for machine
Salem Iron Works. ,
WILL pay cash for second hand piaito
at 415 Court St. 5 9
FOR SALE A good 10x14 tent. Call
2355 S. Com! St. 48
SINGER shoe sewing machine for sale
cheap. 44 Court. 58
LOST Round pin set solid with tur
quuSse, one stone missing. Leave at
Journal office; reward. 58
FOR SALE 100-egg incubator for $9,
been used verv little. Phone 81F23,
M. M. Magoe, Rt. 5, Salem. 58
LOST Screw cap on gaso.'ine tank of
Mitchell ear. Return to Journal of
GENTS litiht tan suit, siz 40, $10.
Society Cleaners and Ihers, 12i2
State St. " 5 9
FOR SALE Six room modern house
with garage; a snap at $1400. F. L.
Wood, Bayne bldg. 3 9
FOR SALE 10 acres fiue loganberry
land four miles out, $1400. F. L.
Wood, Bayno bldg. 5 tf
FOR SAL Young Jersey cow, fresh
6 weeks. First house west Salem
. Heights school. 5 7
FOR SALE 10x14 new box tent, cost
$.17.50, for $25. Also small gent's
gold Hampton watch, $20. Phone
FOR SALE The W. J. Culver farm,
101 Mi acres on Salem and Macleay
road, terms. Phone 1603W or S1F
23. M. M. Magee. Rt. 5, Salem. 0 10
LAHY left with me to sell, light spring
suit, size 40; would cost $60, new,
been worn 4 times in southern Cah
foinia, $17.50 will buy this suit.
1272 State St. Society Cleaners. 5 9
WANTED To contract your straw
berry crop. Write giving location
and amount you will have and we
will call to see yon. Address Box
227, Salem, Or. 5-7
TO THE PUBLIC The office hours of
the American Railway Express com
pany, commencing Monday, May 12,
1919, will be 8:30 a. m. to 5:30 p.
Cadillac truck $475
Reo roadster $373
Cadillac touring ear $130
Marion Garnge, Phone 362
FOR SALE Good stock farm, consist
ing of 160 acres, good house, 2 good
barns, lots of good out range, plenty
of water, and about 40 acres in hay.
Must .be sold at once. Address, if
interested, 226 care Journal. 5 8
ONE acre home for Kale, on easy
tortus or exchange. 8 room ino'lern
house. On paved street near car line
and school. All kinds of fruit and
berries. Address M care Journal or
phone Owner 2410. 5-7
PRUNfi ranch for sale; 10 acres bear
ing prunes, 10 acres in cultivation,
Liberty district. If taken soon $.'!H0
per acre; terms. Phone 1539M. 5-12
FOR BALK 25 aero tract all cultivat
ed, 6 acres bearing prunes, good H
room house and horn, family orch
anl; all stock and machinery. Will
consider house mid lot in Salem as
part -pavment. Price $4700. W. II.
Grabenhorst i Co. 275 Stale St. 5 7
HOUSES FOR BALE
The und rsigned will receive sealed
bids for one team of horses, weight
about 2900 pounds, now used by the
city of Snlem in the fire department,
up to 5 o'clock, p. m. Mnv lit, 1U1U.
EARL HA. C,
512 City Recorder.
WAITED Position as housekeeper
lor Wluunrr ur itiit iieiwr jtii h i
' erences, good cook, neat, clean, re
fined. 201 c.irc Journal. 5 8
tvn ciTf x:..-l t
x.wa ojiiiv .H-iiiii urw i ruwiii, i"u t
irunniuii" , i t n"i I
nient, large nil, guragc, irun, uer
ries, convenient and signtiy lor tiled:
jldnss 150X 42. 5 IU
FOR KALE Furniture, dresser, Eng
lish china dinner set, eommon dishes,
cooking utensils, garden tools, gas
stove, rugs, pictures, drapery, couch
cover, lamp shade, curtain stretcher,
fruit jars, jelly glasses and other ar
ticle. 170 8. ljlh, near Btate rt
WA'TEa-At once, good, honest
man to cook for man and care for
3 well ehaved small children in,
Portland; good wages to right par i
ty. Call 2W H. Church tit. falein. j
A REGULAR FARM
A REGULAR SNA?
4W acre of good land in Jefferson
county, Oregon; 150 acres in crop,
) head good grade lhirham cows
end 1 registered Durham bull; farm
machinery and horses, house and
barn, l'j miles from school; fine
place to run cattle, for KKiO cash.
Act quick if you want bargain.
See adv. manager Journal.
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
flemishing Easiness Done
By Live Chick Stores la
There have ieen indications de.riug
the f-' winter that the poultry busi
ness of Oreg n was going straight to
the bowwows. Thou-and of fowls have
been sent to slaughter through the Sa
lem shippers. The price of feed has
taken the nerve out of many r poultry
raiser and he has thrown up the game.
But a visit to the Neeilhain baby chick
store on State street just now will
make it look altogether different. It's
a screaming center of prospective ome
lettes aad picnic lunches a promise ot
cackling prosperity fur Salem and vi
cinity. If this little store is ourV one
of si-ores i f such ia Oregon, there is a
bright future hefore tln poultry in
dustry iu thin valley. Baby chicks are
ariiving and d parting 'by hundreds
and the feeding room is a scene of
swarming aetivitv. uf vou think a
baby chick is the prettiest thing on
earth, imagine 24H) of them m a
bunch! It is a sifht that has attracted
many a person to the store, ami decid
ed mailt a woman to embark in the
poultry business in the -backyard.
Manager ".Nee tin a in stiitcs that lue
market is new at its height, and the
demand has beeu so tfar beyond all ex
pectations that he finds it impossible
to fill all orders promptly, ibis te
mand is the best answer to the report
that the poultry business is going into
a decline iu tne norinwesi. mere umy
have beeu scores of people gang out
of the chicken business in Oregon, but
the. thousands of baby thicks that are
bring distrbuted from Salem through
this one houne seems to show that hnnd
reds of people are breaking into the
poultry game, encouraged by the fact
that it is so easy to get a start with
tho "ready made" chicks. A largo pro
oortion of the sales arc in small iota
to people in Salem and vicinity who
propose to go at it mouestiy ami taae
no risks. This means a ibig addition to
tho fincome of the city in the coming
Mr. iNeeilham funis that the ttnitc
Leghorn and Black Minorca breed are
the most popular, as they are mo.i re
liable layers. Many people are arrang
ing to take their chicks in the middle
of Juao so that they will develop Into
winter laven. Speaking of the utility
of chickens on the farm, he states that
fruit growers hnve found a big flock
of chickens Is a very good thing to
have in their berry fields and orchards,
as they devour an immense amount of
vermin and at tire eame time reduce
their own feed lulls.
(Continued from Page 1.)
er of fine quality, silk underclothes,
half a dozea handkerchiefs, one pair of
white kid shoes sir.e 4, bought at Green
field ', Portland, a child's story book
"Tale of Peter Rabbit," and a lit
tle wooden boat. Theie was also a lawn
dress with one inch ribbn.i embroidery
another silk dress with beautiful hand
embroidery, woolen undemkirts with
hand embroidery, white silk top coat
with lnce collar, xeveral pairs of white
and piuk stocking anil more play
In another paste board box with the
name ' Factory Sample Shop, Port
land" stamited 011 it, there whs neatly
packed additional articles for the aban
Careful;y folded along with other nr
tides was a red silk cout, four gowns,
three pairs of rempers, two gliit;huiii
dresses, complete outfit of under gar-'
moots and two pairs of brown stockings.
Tlifit the baby mitit not feel lonesome
in her new surroundings, there wan also
found iu the box a cloth doll, a cloth
dog and a In x filled wilii paper nni
1: 111 Ik. Ther- tins ulm a little t"' bed,
lint in playing around Hie pul'.ce sto
ti'.n ll.is ?iM'rnin'. the baby diil not
cure for her toys. Tht? Mirrouioliiij's
vere ko new that she enjoyed herself
ii.ukiNg fiiendx with tho police and
t'ie fire boys. Her riwveitji n
limited to the words "chitky" and
On the third finger of her right hiin l
fthft tcnfira n imlil rtitir Vt'hoti fmiml ttilu
.; ,hp ,, rl,mfliruMv
dressed, with a toboggan enp on her
head, white sweater, white stocking'
and playground sandals.
Wl.il,. !hi iifilif.n b m L'iwt itrii I linf
I . ..." 1 -
j, will he
properly cured for. This I
morning she was tnfcea to a
I hove her nicture taken. TIim will be
nf fv. i),irii0,i ,; i
41,;- m(,n. lnento the r,rpnt.
this meant to locate the parents,
vtitn every piovision mane for the
comfort "f 'Ha little girl am'l the elnb
orate wardrobe, the police feel r.onfi
dent thst it whs a plnin ne of aban
donment. Alto with the suspicion that
she was left here by I'ortlund areiits
and that in abandoning her, they so
lected one of the finest residences in
m m t
Two well know Willamette univom-
i iiMM.iiti wrir irt nil Tiiiir? nil
... . i i .i .
vice iii France. Thwe were Oliver
UnlDixwa ot thn rlnu of 1 tt 1 rt an. I
William Hherwood, of the class f iul!,
iiattnews, ine ton or iror. j. i. .tiai
thews, of the department of mat he
main's, cnlisleil in 1917 with the 102d
infantry, while Sherwood, who is the
son of lnf. rxlwin Hherwood, of the
Kimball Xchool of Theology, enlisted in
the same regiment aa later date, Inith
seeing active warfare In the Verdun
and other sectors.
Capt. P. It Newnayer, who tervel
with the medical corps of the :Hlth
infantry in Prance, has recently re
turned from overseas, is in Snlem to
day visiting with old friends and ao-
It's a Money Saver
You can always do better at
I LL iloOOIJiiGOODSrw
quaintances, Capt. Jt'ewniyer is a for
mer high school and university tu
dent of tialem and has a wide circle
of friends to greet him. Ho ia a broth
er of Associate Hecretary Newmyer of
the state V. M. C. A. work.
Attorney General Brown returned to
day from eastern Oregon, called to Sa
lem Iby important legal matters. fhe
supreme eourt will continue their ses
sion in Pendleton through the. week.
Tie effort to get the named of ev
ery man or woman who was of service
during the late wnr, ia progressing fav
orably, although it seems fow men
have not filled tho bluuks. This work
is being .done in order that a proper
history may be written of all who par
ticipated in the conflict. Through the
county superintendent office, blanks
have been sent to all teachers in the
county. Thoso who want blanks, should
write W. M. Bmith, county superin
tendent, Snlom, and they will be ail
ed at once. Miss Cornelia Marvin,
state librarian, has been appointed
state historian for the war.
8. H Van Trump, county fruit In
spector, whose homo near Mt. Angel
was destroyed by fire a few days ago,
says "tho greater part of his fine li
brary was saved. A friend of Mrs.
Van Trump hnd called during the af
ternoon and as it was a littir chilly,
she built a fire in the fireplace from
cedar shingles. While they wero out
in the yard, the draft up the chimney
forced some of the burning lwi ogles out.
upon tho roof. Before tho firo was dis
covered, it had gained such headway
that it could not be put out. Then all
etTorts were made to save part 01
household .furniture and the library.
The canned fruits and nieuts in an ad
joining building were also destroyed
by fire. The lnwn slloiit the house,
which had been carefully liuil nut aiiii
which was on of the must artistic in
the county was also destroyed. The
insnrnnce was $1HI0, covering about,
two fifths of the loss.
Tonight at the Commercial club
there will bo a meeting of till commit
tees that have charge of the fourth' of
duly celebration. On Tuesday noon of
m xt week there will l.o llio meeting
with men from the Commercial clubs
tliroughi ut the county to effect a coun
tv commercial organization. One week
from tonight. May II, there will be
held the regular monthly milling of
the ( 'oiiimerciiil club. 1. Oreenbanm,
director of IlieVneial depiirtiiunt prom
ises some speeiul eiiteriiiiiiment for the
The airplanes will not exhibit In Sa
lem until some time after the Hose
festival in Portland, June 11-1-4. While
they will enter the valley from the
south, it has been decided to puss Sa
Jem mi the way to Tertland and do the.
flying here on the return south.
Americans And Canadians
Defeat Bolshevist F&rce
London, May 7. d'ulted Perss.)
American and Cunndiiin troops follow
ing a long march, defeated bolshevik
forces on the Murmansk front Katurdny
and raptured Mesebknyn, it was report
ed in an official dispatch received by
the war office.
'On Hundny, detachments of Cana
dians and Americana, after a long
march, eiptured Mes-lskayn, establish
ing outposts to the southward," said
Prisoners and railway material were
Tho enemy left 40 "-ad on
Our losses were four killed
"The American rni'wuy troops are in
valuable in opening ,,mmunict.t.OTiS
Hcfland May Refuse To Turn
Wiihela Over To Ecteste
The Hague, May 7. (United Tress )
That Holland will refuse the eriec,ted
demand of the allies to turn. William
Ho'ienzollern over to them for trial wns
l oiu aini in mrormation ooinineu j-om
confidential sources tmlay,
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
Buy Your New Corset
Full Stocks To Choose From. Now is
the time to select your new Nemo, if
you are a Nemo wearer, or discover its
incomparable value if you are not, be
cause we have now a complete range of
Nemo models in stock.
"The Corset for all Figures"
TODAY'S BASEBALL SCORE
3 8 0
4 9 1
8t. Louis ...... .. ....
Vhle and Muuamnker.
i 9 2
.. 9 11 t
Erickson and Ainsmith;
All other guinea postponed on account
t By L. 0. Martin
(Cnited Press Staff Correspondent.)
Washington, May 7. 8enutors today
eargeily awaited publication of the
peace treaty summary. They were pre
pared to Stan it carefurry
1 How it squares with the fourteen
2 Whether it contains any -r-prises
iu the way of concessions or ar
rangements not hinted at In eaoio dis
patches from Paris.
3 Whether it entangles the United
States in any unexpected European all.
ances or agreements of a perniaiiciit
Indications in republican r ire let are
that soon there will be str.temcnts di
signed to show that President Wilson
luiled to put through his peace program
based on his I t point.
lltmocruts are prepared to counter
any Tin h attack bv iiointing out thnt
the league of nations covenant will tak
cure of some of the tiicslioiis lutoived
in the 11 points and that President Wil
son never expected adoption of kn
li'iice program ill toto.
LEAGUE BASES :t
( Itv I'nile I 1'ress.)
Yestenlcy 's winners; Los Angeles,
Hentlle, Sue ruin on to.
Homo runs; Cnuipton and Wnlsli, iSt
ntlle. With li 10 to 1 lead oter them ill thn
eight h, the lienvers staged a rally nei-tin;-
i x runs. K-nMle won 10 to 7.
The Angels won the first gnnie oB
their " ci in nil" si'iiis with tiiil SenlH
,i to 2.
Scoring the winning run in the ninth,
the .Scooters won from Sr.lt Lake 7 to li.
1 he (liiklnod Vernon iiine w.is pos;
(oni ! on ncimnt of insiiff ii-o nt teaon
lo hold a name. Tho Tigers were still
- p .,i.,p time.
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