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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 4. 1919.
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Many people are subject to impulse that some times leads them away from
real buys for home-and comfortWe can guarantee you satisfaction in either
stoves or furniture and at a saving that is worth your while see us while
you are testing others out.
How about that refrigerator or porch shades for the comfort of those that
stay at home? '
Wood, Coal and Gas Range
Also Stoves of Standard Makes
YOU ET MORE
Cit? News J
Postmaster August Huckeetetn baa
received notice from the postoffuo de
partment iu Washington that if a pack
age is invuied for $" a "J niuilid, in
case of loss, this anion 'it cannot be col
lected miles it i actually of the value
of the amount insured. For instance,
if a 1.23 phonograph record is insured
for the usual and it is broken i
transit, there will be no nerd of putting;
in a claim 'for the total amount of the
insurance. The renl value only will lit
eonsidcred. ISuggestinn is also made
that in mniling clothing, in esse of loss
the real value as used clothing will be
considered, rather than the first cost.
Once every six years there Is aa op
portiiiiitv to change the tost - books
used in the public schools of Oregon.
The six years expires this summer and
now when pupils attend school next
full, thev will find N-eral new books
are required. The greatest improvement
H lral educator said, is ia bonks on
histories am civics. The text bonk com
mission has discovered that American
historv is worth while and the coming
generation will kiiow more about tho
hitorv of this country. The lMmer
system of writing still prevails. This
is the one with a slant and entirely
different from the stylish vertical va
lietv in vp'MC few years ago. The
little tots will not learn their A B (.",
as tliU went' out of style years and
rears ago. dint there will be a change
lind there will not be so many mouth
gvmnaMics necessary before the little
ouo is permitted to look a re-tvn let
t' and pronounce such Jiivsterious
OKLX A TEW LEFT
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words as "cat," "dog" and "apple"
They will still struggle with phonetics,
but it will bo a 50-50 thuncc between
words and phoeneitics. For the benefit
of the. parent who buys school books,
it may bo -said that those to be dis
carded may too turned iu on tho pur
chase prices of the new ones.
In the reading contest at Kimball
Stohonl of Theology yesterday Rev, Al
fred Bates ulis awarded the Fisher
prine of for excellence n reading
scripture ni hymns, winning from
four other contestants Sidney V. Hall
Hnrver O. t'ooper, .loseph Miller and
Fred B. Rorston. The judges in the
contest were Hev. V. C. Kantner,
Rev. t'. H. Powell and llev Inland
PorKr. This evening occurs the recep
tiou for the graduates ieo. K. Abbott
and J. W. Warrell the faculty mid
The final game in the Willamette
university series was pulled oft on the
local grounds yesterday afternoon,
Ihmi the "Bearcats" fooght out a
dose game with the Corvallis freshmen,
losing to the visitors with score of
3 to 0. With this game the team is de
mobilized. Wioking bacK npon what may
be termed a fairly good season of ball
work, under the direction of Coach
A number of public and eoclal event
are before the public this evening, but
among them iplaice should be mini
for the graduating reeitnl of aus ve
ivita Mc Kinney, one of the most prom
ising pupil of the Willamette school
of music, who will be heard et the
First Methodist ehiinh nt 8 o'clock.
The vocal selections will lie alternated
with clastic piano selections. Every
body is invited.
Tb esbinrt en4 ftntshlnj work on
the high school "practice house"
which has been in prncress of remodel
ing at the hands of the clnst In car
pentering, is practically finished to
day with the exception of the iron
work, "which will be held over until
fall, when the interior painting will all
be done. The final touches will then be
nut on by the class and the Imilding
formally turned over to the domestic
Dr. Carl O. Doney returned yester-
dav from lwiton, Idaho, where he
delivered the commencement address
before the state normal school grsdu
atinar 'las of 40 members. This i less
than half the number graduated last
year and not a male student among
them, demonstrating that the problem
of a teaching force is quite as serious
in Idaho as in Oregon.
"A Day in Flowerdom" tg the name
of the piny to l.e given Thursday eve
ning by the chil.lren at the state insti
tution for the feebleminded. Before
; the Jieginning of the play, those inter
; eted are asked to injiect the work
done tr the children the past winter.
i Tee body of John Browninj. who
, died in Taoma, will arrive in the city
Thiirclay afternoon. The funeral stv
! ires will be held Friday morning at 1n
ioVlok from the r h a ; t of Webb t
("l'iii-h. liufial will be in the Odd IYI
P. W. Eeyleta, stock W, baa pur
chased a five room bungalow in Salem
Heights -from Mrs. Jennie Lick of
Portland. The consideration wa $1300
W."W, Harry, fruit mail, living south
nf the city, has juirchascd a five acre
tract -of unimproved, land in Graben
horst fruit farniB. Ho will plant it in
loganberries. Mr. Barry own an ad
joining tract with home. Another five
aero tract was also sold in the Ora
benhorst fruit farms to Mrs. Ida M.
Vadertseher. The land is unimproved.
The consideration was tMiO. It will be
planted in fruits. These sales were
made by W. H. tirabenhnrst Co.
In the endeavor to find some mean
of busting what is alleged to be a com
bine of handling sunil and gravel in
Portland, Commissioner Harbour of
that city has ap"!ed. lo Attorney
(ieneral Brown with the. query as to
whether the stnte land (board has not
the authority to assume tontrol of the
bed of the Willamette river, o tic leas
ed on to operators on the same basis
as other state lands. The attorney gen
eral citing the federal statutes, gives
the opinion that he law makes no pro
vision for he lease or sale of lands ly
ing in the bed of, navigable streams.
TODAY'S BASEBALL SCORE
r. ir. e.
Philadelphia H 12 0
New Vork 2 8 2
Jacobs, Cheney and Adams; Perritt
K. H. K.
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3 1 1 3
James and Gowdy.
Second Game: R. 11. K.
Brooklyn 3 6 1
Boston B 9 1
Mammstix and Miller; tscott and
Hamilton and Lee; Vauglian and Kil
St. Louis 4
End of 7th inning.
' Hallee nd Wingo; Goodwin
Knd of 8th inning.
Nelson and llannah; Bogcr, XyW
Boston .. - M If
Washington 3 8 Ij
James and fchang; Koliertsoa, j
Thomfson and Pi-inich, Agnew, (:har-j
No other games scheduled. i
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY!
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
PART "BIG IMW
PLAYS l;l C0VEE1ANT
League Opponents Make Ef
fort To Discover Source
-Sy 1.0. Martin
iVuited Press Staff Correspondent.)
Washington, June 4. league of na
tions opponents are anxious to detox
mine what, if any, part "big busiuess"
is playing in financing and nling prop
aganda for ratification of the cove
nant. . . .
They predicted that allegations in
senate yesterday by Senators Borah nd
Lodge that tho full text of the pear
treaty, thus far not given to the coll
ate or the publie, is in the hand, of
international bankers in JNew ork, will
prove the prelude to an attempt to
1 What, if any, was the influence of
"big business" iu framing the treaty
ami lepguo covenant.
2 Sources from allien the Itift cam
paign for the league and others 1 ke it
have been financed.
3 Whether "big business" nas
sought t.i prevent republican senators
opposing the league.
4 If, anil why, big business"
wants the league ratified.
Sortator Borah said today he will eon
fer this week with a New York lawyer
who, he said, informed him that at a
directors' meeting of a big internation
al banking concern the full text of the
treaty was presented ami nisetisseu.
Democrats take the pnatnon that even
f some. New York bankers have been
abloto get copies of the treaty, that
does rot absolve President Wilson from
his agreement not to publish the treaty
text until it has been signed ny ucr-
? . . PERSONAL .:
Beeent arrivnU at the Capital hotel
(n C. R. Smith, Hoqiiiam, Wash., Mr.
and Mru. R. Murray. Albany, H. Lunde,
Kstls City, K. C. Lovelace and Mrs.
Have Her," Hoseburg.
Mrs. John Hathaway of Grants Pass
arrived in the city last night and is a
guest with her Ifriend, Mrs. H. 8. Pres
offieinl lnndinff Dlace of he seven air-
the California Oregon Coast railroad
out of Oranta il'ass.
Among tho tourist parties registered
at the Marion hotel aro Mr. and Mrs.
K. W. Hteele and .1. H. Steele of Twin
iayg We Must Keep Feet Dry,
Avoid Exposure and
E&t Less Meat
Stay off tli damn fiouud, avoid z
tosnrt, kep feet dry, eat less meat,
Irink lot of water nd above U take
i spoonful of sain occasionally to keep
iown uric aetd.
lUieumatism i caused by pulsonou
wain, called uric (vid, which i gene
rated In the bowel and aUiorbtd int
She blood. It is the function of the kid
sey to filter this ac'l from the blood
wd eat it out In tha uriue. Ths porae
tf the akin ar also a mean of freeing
A blood of this Impurity. Ia damp
md chilly cold weather the skin port ar
loicd, thus forcing tb kidney to do
iouble work, they become wesk and
iluggib and fail to eliminat this urlo
n id wbh-h keep accumulating end ctr
ulatinf throntyh th system, eventually
icttllng in the joint and muscles, caus
ing itiffneM, soreness snd pain called
At the first twinge of rheumatism gt
from any pharmacy about four ounces
at Jsd Salt; put a Ublcjspoonful la a
(lass of water and drink before break
fast eaea morning for week. This ia
said to eliminat utIc add by tlmnlating
the kidney to norm si action, tha rtddlnf
rt blood ef these Imparl Um.
Jad Salt la mtipenslTe, tarrslnr asl
lo asad from th acid of fiao and
temnn juice, oomblntd witb Btbta asd
I used srlth eimllent remit bf thon
and ef folk who ar edbjoct to Au
snatism. Her yon kav piMat, f
fervescent lltiia wster drink which rrr
eome uric scid and Is bsaefldal to yestf
kidneys f welL
Yon eipect the locel mer
chants to take your prodnce.
lidip thorn do it with your pat
ronage Build up Marion county-
M GASES 0
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Oil YAR EXPERIEKCES
Tile Prpcpnj lUivvJ
uw iivovui vuus ,
er Oa Diiferent teases
Tonight is the nifcht that the Salem
lods;e of Klks present t the people of
Salem Pr. O. T. Wheeler of Chicago,
leaking on his experiences tse war
The adjlress is said to be entirelv dif
ferent from the usual war addresses
troin inc lact mat ne win inn i-nurr-lv
nn whiit tlu. Siilvation amir did for
the boys not a safe distauce from the
firing line, but as close to tho trenihes
as army authorities would permit.
Aftr thn first declaration of war.
when the government was in seed of
speaker to present conditions as they
were, lr Wheeler spoke in the central
west on "The Kaiser THmuied His
lerturcs were given in the ilensidy pop-
uiatea iierman uismcrs or isensiu.
The invitation is especially extend
'd in mntliern and sister of the men
who were in the service, as well as the
lioys in the city who saw actual ser
Dr. Wheeler is on a sneak iiur tour
of the west telling of the needs of the
Salvation army. The r.Iks of the state
of Oregon have agreed to raise the
quota of the state ami the tour of nr.
Wheeler is to call attention to this cam
However, there will ,be no admission
I'hjn'frn ami nn. one mar fear beinif so.
Heited for funds or to subscribe for
anything. It is just a lecture put on by
the Klks lodge, that all may better un-
derstind tho Sulvation army work at
The lecture will (lie-in at 8 o'clock
flip arniurr. Tteidift thn address.
there will be several numbers of music
by home talent. The Klks band will
lead the march nf members of the Klks
lodge to the armory from the club
VANDERLIP RESIOKS TEOSI
HEAD OF NATIONAL CITY
New York. June 4. The Dow Jones
stock ticker today carried a report that
Frank A. Vanderlip, president of the
National City bank, had resigned. 40
reason was given.
At tho buuk the report was neither
denied nor confirmed, but Vanderlip'e
secretary auid a statement probably
would be mado lator in the day.
Vanderlip was attending a uo&ra
At the bnuk later it was announced
that Vanderlip had resigned.
The five principals, two sniervisors
and 21 teacher, ,n the Peudlet, ,n pu h-
he schools nave signed csmtracts to
teach again next year.
.T Y Vi'ness hZTZli to the Fisher
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Logging compsny a tract of imber in
the upper Youngs river district "r
Uatsop county tor wwf.w.
t The Capital Journal t
t Daily Market Report t
Wheat, soft white 3.10
Wheat, lower grade oa sample
Oats - 8j(oMo
tuy, vAeai $-1
Mill run - $4344
Creamerv butter fi0(ntil
fork, Veal and Mutton
Pork on foot
Veal, fancy 17(?'liVic
Spring luiub 12c
Ewes - of.
Isheep, yearlings 8(S9c
egg ana romiry
Eggs, cask " 3"c
Hens, live 2
Old rooster P
. Vegetauio t
Green onion dor
Bermuda onions, crate
lemons, bo I .
California erP - .2f'
Black fig lb l6(q)M
Whit figs, lb Wim
Package figs pel b 50 pkg $4(a6.a0
lieey, extracted 0f
Eggs dozen 43S.V)e
Creamery butter 67fe70c
Country butter fi0c
Flour, hard wheat $3,10(3 3.23
Portland. Or., June 4 Butter, city
ffgs selected local ex. 41V.tgl4c
Cheese, triplets 3739
DAILY LIYB STOCK MaEKXT
Tone vf market weak
Good to choice steers $11(242
Fair to gooil steers $lVu 10.50
( oiiiinun steers iL'tdi s
Choice cows and heifer $8.S0(aH
Good to ehoiee cows rd keifert
910 t k .,
Medina te giod eow( ead aeifer
$7fi 8.50 t ,
lair to medium ow aad aeueri
Bulls $.Vo $
I Quick Reference To Firms
- Where Buer And
T...wnmrf Otis. Advert con
Salem Electric Co., Masonie Temple,
Al'TOfc without drivers to hire, 1 dol
lar per hour. 1S'7 S. Com. St. Thone
FOR SALE 120 acres of Xo. I land
located fi miles from Salem, on good
road, ia good location, good kouse
and barn and other buildings, farm
implements, 4 horses. 5 S year
lings, 50 hrad of hogs, roofed 500
cords of wood ready cut. all at
bargain. Write M. W care Journal.
o rs R room house, cltv water,
barn, in Fulls City,. tiWO. Terms.
15 acre all in cultivation, o room
house, iliarii, oiitbuiluiiiKS, it acres
.rmlrriH. S pram. 1 potatoes, full
equipment, stock, household goods, ean
ned fruit, (feed, fiw.
14 acre chicken ranch 9 room bouse,
ho,,, .hieken hnusi. eultivuted, 6
mile from riulem, seme lognns, 4000.
24 acres; 16 cultivated, all stock ana
;j.nt nt .5 Inunus. 5 itruncs: 1 nule
fmm -itHtinii! n room house, liarn, ehick
en house, green house, only 7t0U.
22 acrw all cultivated, an icnceu, i
room house, .barn, if sold soon all crop
men: mining town. 13300, half cash
and hulf at 0 perceat.
SO acre all cultivated, an nun-n
wire fenced; 3 4 miles from town, $2,
330, half cash, half at6 percent.
50 acres all cultivated, good house,
barn, 5 mile from Salem, all the beet
of ooil,.o land in vicinity if ir nl for
less than i'00 per acre, price of this
place 100 per acre; $3000 cash "balance
at percent, you state the time.
320 acres, best farm in Polk county,
290 eultlvaUMli best of soil, good im
provements, all woven wire icncea; ov
acre In clover, fine, lut of growing
crop goes, only 1W. per acre.
10 acres all cultivated, good 7 room
house, faintly fruit, Mi niilc from Sa
lem, will exchange for south Kalem
residence; price $3300
23 acres irrigated, 15 in alfalfa, near
Pattemon, CaUtortua, will exennnge
for ranch near Balem of about eiual
value; iirjce $7300.
Hl.UX ai'ies all cmtivaiea, me ram i
soil, all stock, equipment and growing
harn. well fenced, 5
- - - fenced 5
" , au),
miles from town, close to atore gnd
,.!,,.,- fnetorv: will take acreage near
4;) Rt.res so rumvHtru, won
. . ' Un 2 mUf, from ,tata
11()nlmi .ehmil; will take Halem resl-
Ll,.nn . nart nav: Drice $000.
Have for wile at low price two of
t in f nest modern house in tno cuj
tiitnri each. If vnu want a home in
iKalem you are the loser if you don't
look t'hcee over,
For best buy in uty or farm prop
FOR 8ALK Or exchange, 10 acres
well improved, 2 sets of building,
good water on main road, 8 miles
from Aibnn'y near Tangent, good
family orchard, will accept outside
property ncHr Hnlem. tsqimre icai
Realty Co., phono 470.
3ALEU WATER. fwjiiPANx Offie
orner Commercll'. and Trad street
Bill payable monthly ta advene.
flanlnjl nrnnnmli addressed to Jef
ferson Myers, secretary of the board
mo.ni. Hint A irriciiltural college.
Corvallis, Oregon, will be received by
the said board ol regenis uniu
o'clock a. m. June 8, 1919, for the
ftrrnUhing of all malertal and the per
formance of all labor required for the
erection and completion of the engin
eering laboratory building, for the
Agricultural college, etaie or Oregon.
All 4id to be endorsed "Proposal
far Dgiuering laboratory building."
to be onencd tinon the
ikbovc date by the said board of re-
8f",- . . . , , .
All the work anil material wo
f..., i. ll.u i,lan and SDcdfic8?i"1 "
therefor OB file at th offie of the
college, Cotvallu, Oregon, ana or in
architiM-t, John V. Cenncs, 1040 Cham
ber of Commerce building, Portland,
Oregon. ", ,
Each proposal musi tie accompuun-u
by certified check ef five per teat of
the amount of the bid as a gnranl
that the successful bidder will enter
into a contract according to said plan
and specifications. Said check to be
made payable to the Agricultural col
lege of the elate of Oregon. If for any
reason the biituer iii io
proper contract snd bond required with
... J,.,, .rtar nntifiration of the
ia ton ...... -
acceptance of hi bid, then certified
check will become rorieiwu i mo
t thfl state of Or
riv: ui t ui v tv 9
Calve $!tf 13
Tone of market steady
Prime mixed $19fa 19.50
Rough heavies $I7..)0(5 18."0
Bulk $lf..W& 19.73
Pig $l8.30fi 19.50
Tone of market slendy
Prime l-.unbs $13f14
Fair to medium lambs $12413.30
Yearling 70i 9..10
Wether $;.:,('( 8.50
Ewe $('n'a 7..")0
That Giro Serrice Oa Shorl
bllIer Sleet e .
127 North High..
DORA DEAX McCTJTCHEON. teswhar
of piano, a new and logical method
for both pupil and teacher, nwkiai
elcar all basic principle necsry
to a musical education, a no" giving
the "musjc teai'hsr" something t
teach. siU.Couit St. Phone 362.
PEOPLES FURNITURE STO
For bargains in new and seconaaann
goods for the house, furniture, rang
es, heaters and toves, rurs, sewing
machine, graniteware, dishes, euit
cases, trunks and tools. Wa w
your old furaiture and stoei will
pay you highest cash price. See t
last. Peoples Furniture Store, 271
X. Commercial St. Phone 734.
NO CASH REQUIRED Good overeeat
shoes and suits, au Rind or mnsio
al instruments, shotguns, rifles, heat
ing stoves, gaa stoves, suit cases and
1000 other useful articles to ell or
trade. What have yont The Capital
Exchange, 337 Ceurt 8t. Phone 493.
YOl'R used furuiture, stoves, carpet
ana ioois, as we pay jatr prices ivr
everything. Call 917
UAl'lTAL HARDWARE A PURNI-
- TURK CO.
83 N. Com! St.
HATS BLOCKED, REPAIRED
HAT BIXJCKIXO I clean and block
Indies' and Men hats. Just re
ceived a hat renovating machiae. It
gets the dirt, Try it once. O. B.
Ellsworth. 495 Court St. Bulcm, Or.
THE SOLDIER BOYS Pool and biV
liard parlor it now open under aew
management and it render you and
the general publie a congenial place)
to pa away a fcw'leisuie houre.
Tho basement of Oregon Electrie
depot, corner of. Stnte and lligk
l'hone 628. Win. Livock. prop.
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 years experience, Depot national
and American fence.
Hires 20 to 38 in. high
Paints, oil and varnish, etc.
loganberry and hop hook. '
Palem Fence and Stove Work,
830 Court street, Phone 124.
J. A. Rowland Furniture Store
Buys; sells and exchange new a
2d hand furniture. All kind of
repair work, light grinding, fill?,
and brar.ing a specialty. Bight
price. 247 North Commercial M.
8AI.KM SCAVENGER Garbage and
refuse of a'l kinds removed on monw
ly contract at reasonable rate.i
(ess pools cleaned. Dead animal re
moved. Office phone Main 187.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Eitate Security
TIIOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd ft Bush bank; Salens Oregon
FEDERAL FARM LOANS 5'A cer
eent interest. Prompt service. 84H
year time. Federal farm loaa bord
ior salo. A. C. Bohriutedt, 401 ka
onie Temple, Snlem, Oregoi.
INSUB.VNCE COO'Ciie For fro i
formation about Lif Insnrane eee
J. F. Hutchaaon, dUt. maegr for
the Mutual Life of N. Y., office at
371 Stat St.. Salem, Ore. Offiee
phone 99, residence 1390. ti
HOP LEE, espert laundrymas, 4M
Ferry H. I pay top market price for
chickens and L"gU- .Offie phono
1K9J, residence 1333J.
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Our Prices sre Bight
W M. ZANDLER. Pronrietor
12 )3 X. Summer Street, Salem, Oregoi
STEWART'S REPAIR SHOP Have
just Installed a machine tbal wui
sharpen lawnmower th same ta
factory puts them out new. Bring;
all vour light repair work to . Al
vin'B. Stewart, M7 Court 81. Phono
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
MeX'ornack hall on every Tuesday
at 8. Walter Lenon, C. C, P. J.
KuntH, K. S. t 8.
EOYAL Neighbors of Amerka, Ore
gon Grape camp No. 1M0 meet every
Thursday evening ia MeCornaek hU
Elevator sc-vice".' Oracle, Mrs. Car
rie E. Bonn, 6s linion ht; recor
der Mrs. Melissa Persons, 1415 N.
4th' St. Phone 1130M.