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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOUPwNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, JULY 21, 1919.
; THE JOURNAL'S NEW TODAY f
JOURNAL WANT AD DMTMENT IS THE BEST SELLING
MEDIUM IN MARION COUNTY-TRY THEM FOR RESETS
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Bead your 4vertieaent the first cay
it appears and notify us immediately if
Minimum charge, 13c
FIRST tla room and board close in.
495 N. Com! Phone 114tS. tf
THE Miller, rooms and apartments. 633
Kerry St. " 1 20
WE make the best power prime dippers.
Salem Mfg Co., 1396 N. Front St. tf
BOOKS cleaned, painted, patched and
tarred. Phone 0. C. Kays at 1048. 7 27
JAS. LYONS practical painter. Phone
FOR RHNT 16 room hous
onable. Phono 173TW.
W. BRAVER well driller. Thone 827J,
1165 N. 19tU St. Salem, Or. 8 8
FOB SALE iBuff bantam chickens; 1
heating stove; 1 extension table. 200
N. 15th. tf
40 ACRES of heavy timber land for
sale or trade; will take good 5 pas
senger auto. 2iK) N. 15th. tf
FOR SALE Cheap, nearly new Kim
ball organ and Edison phonograph.
451 6. 16th St. 7-22
WANTED 1000 suits to clean. C.
Ezra Sparks, tailoring and cleaning,
1855 State St. Phone 508. 8-14
DEICORATO sanitary wall tint, best
made; beautiful new colors. Barons
Cora'l St. tf
WALL PAPER 15 cents rer double roll
upward. Burcn's Furniture Store.
179 Commercial. tf
EOS SALE By owner, modern 5 room
bungalow, built in china closet, book
eases, desks; cement walks, full base
moat. Phono 159SM. tf
.WANTED To buy a small improved
'place, will pay 4 ,'1) '4 in city
property. Address 124 N. Winter,
Kalcm, Or. Phone 1085J. 7 21
LOST Sat. on streets, diamond ring.
Phone 0P2. C. W. Pugh, reward. 7-21
WANTED To buy trained English set
ter bird dog. Jim Pnttcrson, 221 Su
perior St. Phone u77J. 719
FOR SALE A good Deering binder,
seven foot cut with tongue trucks,
125. F. M. Cook. Turner, Rt. 2. 7-24
FOR BALK Nome fine shoats, It so
sow and 8 pins. Call 87F24 Baxter
A NEW mandolin harp for sale, latest
improvement will sell cheap if Ink
soon. 128(1 State St. 7-24
FOR RENT Nice, clean furnished
rooms close in. Phone 824W, 292 N.
Church St. 7 24
MEN wanted fur lumber yard and plan
ing mill. Pav 45 to 50 cents per hour.
Apply Ed'sI'laco, 463 State St. 7-22
FOR SALE Thoroughbred New Zea
land and Angora rabbits, cheap, 50c
up. R. DuKette, Gervais, Or. 7-21
WILL pay up to $25 rent for modern
5 or 6 room house, walking distance,
reliable tenant. Phone 913M. tf
FURNISHED house wanted, 6 or, 7
room modern furnished house. Will
lease for year. Call 2219. tf
FOR SALE Ford worm drive truck,
1917 model, good condition; also al
most new 1 ton Maxwell. Call at new
Fohle bide:, Ferry St. tf
INCREASE your worth, fine little 6
acre tract for sale few miles from
Balem, house, barn, well, garden, straw
berries, raspberries, and flower., 444
ear Journal. tf
s)t We buy sad sell notes, mort-
0 gag and all kinds of bonds.
t) HAWKTKB ft ROBERTS
s) 114 Monie Building
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
K V' ' I I till
ss WE LOAN MONEY FOR FIVE YEARS. WE AL ,
il LOW YOU TO PAY $100.00 OR MULTIPLE Or
! THE PRINCIPAL ON ANY INTEREST DAT! f
' WE CLOSE OUR LOANS PROMPTLY.
314 Mason Bldg.
FOUND Auto license. Get at Journal
office by paving for this ad. 7-22
W. F. WRRiHT, Turner, auctioneer,
Why not get'b,imt tf
BARGAIN 120 acres, 85 cultivated,
buildings, spring water, in prune
belt, tot) acre; zOO acrea timber, 12,
000 cords, $40 acre, Boy Ohmart, iSa
lem, Or. 7 22
HERE'S a snap. 1917 Maxwell perfect
shape inside and out, owner leaving
town, foTa. eve Watta Wood, new
Pohle bid;;, Perry St. 7-23
FOR SALE Or trade a bli? draft horse
( all 1106 Ferry St. after 6 p. m, 7-22
FOR SALE Baled clover hay. Phone
FOUND Purso at band concert. Call
LOST iClnsa pin '19 numerals, initials
R B ou back. Return to Journal.
BARGA1N-100 acre farm close to town
fair improvements, $4200. F. L. Wood
Iiavne bid.'. 7-22
FOR SALIC 7 room bungalow east Sa
lem, block from car line, $2500, easy
terms. F. L. Wood, Bayne bldg. 7 22
BAHG-AIN" Four room house, bearing
fruit trees, on paved street, close in.
iiM). F. L. Wood, Bayne bldg. 7 22
WANTED 50 loganberry pickers, 10
days good picking; 10 minutes walk
from carlino at Salem Heights. B.
Cunningham, Phone 21F2. 7 24
FOR RENT One large furnished
housekeeping room and nice sleep
ing rooms. Phone 1525. Call 255 Cen
LOGANBERRY pickers on Orabenhorst
tract 2 miles out on Jefferson Way.
AVill pay 3c, 10 days picking. O. t.
Moisan, 1480 Broadway. 7 23
TWO thousand dollars to loan on ap
proved farm land eocurity, six per
cent. Enquire Grant Corby, 14 Broy
man bldg., Sulcm, Or. Phone 484.
FOR SALE Or will trade for good
house and close in acreage. Twenty
thousand capacity saw mill with
timber and donkeys. Price twelve
thousand dollars. Address Timber
care Journal. . 7-22
WANTED By an up to date roof man
your leaky tin, rubberoid, shinglo
. midgTavel roofs to paint and repair.
Now is the time to prepare for the
rainy season. All work guaranteed.
Examination and estimates free. For
quick results address Frank Mavo,
Oen. Del., Salem, Or. 7-23
FIVE room cottago for ealo, modern in
every particular, also full cement
basement. Inquire 1016' Shipping St.
LOGANBERRY pickers wanted; will
take to and from yards; per II).
good picking. Phono 373 after 7 p.
WANTED To rent grain ranch of 150
to 2tH) ax'res with pasture and good
buildings; will pay cash or shures.
Write F E caro Journal. tf
FOR SALE One bay horse 9 years old
weight about 1MH lbs, pound and
true. Inquire P. Arata, Rt. 9, box
WANTED Wood chopper, J2.50 up
per eord, good camp gropnd. Enquire
Blessing's cigar store, A. J. Ander
FOR SALE 'Nine room house, large lot
modern conveniences, double garage
close in, on street car line and paveii
street. O L care Journal. tf
POLK county farms all size from fi
to 6(0 acrest improved and unimprov
ed, reasonable in prices, finest of
prune land, berry land, river bottom
hop land, dairy and stock farms.
J. W. Mason, Monmouth, and Inde
pendence. 7 21
CENSUS clerks; (men, women). 4000
needed. $92 month. Age. 18 upward.
Experience unnecessary. For free par
ticulars of examinations, write J.
Ijeonard (former government examin
er) 13S2 Equitable Bldg, Washing
FARMERS ATTENTION We handle
the old reliable Page fence direct
from factory in ear load lots; Per
fection Automatic Oates Milwaukee
air pressure waU-r systems, fresh wa
ter direct from spring or well. L. J.
l)avenport, T. D. Allen, Silverton
Paae fenee men for Marion snr
Clackamas counties. 8 1-'
FOR RENT Sleeping rooms and furn
ished apartments. Inquire 15a rv.
Church. . 725
FOR SALE 16 oa. duck armv tent in
good condition. Phone r.WJ. 7 23
WANTED Logan pickers, 3 cents
per box. W. L. Pray, Phone 112F3.
EXPERIENCE male and female sales
people wanted at Shrunk ' old place.
Call at once. 7-23
LOST A white crochet hand bag, eon-
taming about f9 in silver. Please
leave at Journal off'ee, reward. 7 21
WANTED Logan pickers, little and
big, Monday, good pay; come on and
get it. East 1) St., il. E. Otter. 7-22
WANTED At 435 X. Liberty St., a
housekeeper, care for invalid lady.
Easy situation for right party. 7-22
DRIVE wheel to binder put in wrong
car at Purvine's Monday by mistake
Will party please leave at Purvine
Implement shop. "' 7 23
FOR SALE Three young 0. I. C
brood sows, have pigs Aug. 13. $75
each. C. ihiller, 1 mile south MeXary
Station. 7 26
LOST Sat. lady 's brown leather purse
containing $5 in silver, near depot or
12th St. ear station. Return to Jour
nal office. Reward. 7-22
3 CENTS and transportation furnished
to about 10 pickers, no sloppy or dry ,
berries. Meet at Hush s bank tomor
row ut 7 sharp. Call for Graham
phone 51F22 after seven. 7-21
TO EXCHANGE 320 acres partly im
proved land over in tho stock coun
try of eastern Oregon, on daily mail
route near railroad, for small tract
improved or partly improved land in
Willamette valley. For interview ad
dress C. T. Jones, Salem, Or., Gen.
A GOOD ONE
Get busy or you lose. CO acres all
good land, with farm buildings, fami
ly orchard, 45 acres in cultivation, 15
acres good timber. One third crop goes
for $0000, JloOO cash, remainder $JU0
per annum, at A percent interest.
This is good loguu berry land and a
BOJUO BUT UAVE MOBE
We sold those two splendid bargains
on 23d street. You let a good bargain
get away from you.
Wo have a new 5 room modern resi
dence and two lots in iNortn Salem for
$2500, $800 cash. That is a good buy.
We have other houses for sale from
$800 tup on very easy terms.
JOHN H. SCOTT REALTY CO.
404 Hubbard bldg.
OLESON'S AUTO EXCHANGE
349 N. COM. Y. M. C. A. BLOCK.
USED CARS BOUGHT FOB CASH
OR SOLD ON COMMISSION.
1918 Stndelmker $050
5 passenger, light Btudeboker four
electric starter and lights $500
191-7 Saxon six $700
1914 Overland, ezy tcrmsj $150
1916 Ford, first class condition, $375
1915 Ovcrlund $500
We wreck autos for their pnits, this
enables you to get old car parts at
a bargain. Cash price psid for junk
5 passenger Studebaker, $180.
Wo sell oils, grease, old auto parts
tires and accessories.
SEALED BEOS INVITED
Concrete bids will be received by
school district No. 24, Marion county,
Oregon, ulr the ltiy i V I of concret
sidewalks at the Lincoln, Grant c- t
Highland schools. Plans and sp
cations are now on file with th' i i
for cxaminntion. Bids will be '
at the regular meeting, Au' .
1919. Tho right to reject o
bills is reserved. A eertif i.
5 per ceut of the amor - .'
must aieompany same "
in pin-in envelope, T ' .a
concrete walks," r ;t-. . ,
Jr., 371 State st ' i r
-.1. i ,w.dl Prai
i .t i.ouse, t,am;
.. -a ruad. Price
. . all cultivated,
.. .ted 5 miles from
' : cr acre.
. ' cultivated, 5 acre of
j. ood crop, small house.
vi to car line, modern 7
., I :e iil00.
i - . to car line, good Iuium,
. t. Price $.'5(M).
sr... ' 1 acre prunes, 1 acre
! and barn. Price $2,-
- modern bungwlow, cor
I .- $181.0.
s ft beanng Italian prnne er
. i 'i t years old. Price $5."i0O.
i of land, 120 acres culti-
s timber, house and barn
' act located on the main
acres of orcbsrd, mostly
and barn, well, 4 miles
farm, 100 acres under culti
te and barn, 9 miles from
! $1"0 per acre.
nod. rn bunyalow located en
1RACENH0RST &' CO.
25i State sret 7 21
L It" M 1. IT
it II -K!V AT
Soldier Soa Cf Supreme
Court Justice Turns termer
Portland, Or., July 21. Lieutenant
Alfred Bennett, son of Judge Alfred f.
Bennett cf the" Oregon supreme court
who arrived today from o versus, plans
to engage in farming in eastern Oregon.
Lieutenant Bennett enluted in the
air service as a private. lie hue seen
20 months service in flying in La
France. Two days before the uiuiistiec
was signed he was sent to Foucaueoure,
at the edge of the Argonne loresu
has been flying a fast Spad fighting
Whole Family Killed In
Auto Accident Near Boise
Boise, Idaho, July 21. Five persons
wero killed und a sixth so seriously in
jured that recovery is doubtful when
an interurban electric car crashed Into
aa automobile at Waideman crossing
light, four miles east of Nampa. The
accident is suid to have wiped out the
J. F. 1'tterly family.
The dead are:
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Utterly, Nampa;
Lila Utterly, 16; May Utterly, 12, and
Mrs. Charles Shellabcrger, Napma, Ida
ho. Charles D. Phelluberger, husband of
Mrs. Shellr.berger, who was killed, was
FRENCH LABOR LEADERS
CALL OFF PENDING STRIKE
Paris, July 19. French labor
lenders udav officially called
off the strike scheduled for
Their action was taken after
the chamber of deputies voted
lack of confidence in M. Boret,
food minister, which the lubor
lies considered recognition of
their protest against the high
cost of living. Government ef
forts of general amnesty and
demobilisation also influenced
William Harris has purchased from
A. J. Ross his 300 acm wheat farm,
four miles cast of Pilot Rock, for $13,-
(Continued from page one)
a substitute for the miliums, naming
and Hitchcock resolutions tho follow
ing: "It is the judgment of the committoe
that until the treaty is ratified, no pow
er exists, either in the president or eon-
gress ,to execute any provisions of tho
proposed treaty, either provisionally or
Senator Fall, republican, gave notice
that he will move tomorrow that all
further discussion of tho president's ri
quest be in open session.
(Continued from page O'.c,
Seattle Phone Wor
Report For r.W
with the coit.
their mcst i
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'i phono k Tele-
ncn .lunn i, re
o 'cluck Liits u'.orn-
ic -E OF OOVEIlVM BNT
.1 i land office, Waihing-
n. i Juno 27, I my, iotace is
n that subject to tho conJi
, . limitnti'ns of the act of
. 101)1 (.'t!l Htat., 21K), and the
.lions of the secretary of the in
. of September 1.1, 1U17, tho tim
on tho following lands will bo sold
JK'ist 20, 1019, at 10 o'clock a. m at
(Mililie auction nt the 1'nited States
land office at Portland, Ur.igon, to the
highest bidder at not less than the ap
praised value as shown by this notice,
sale to be subjit to the approval of
of the secretary of the interior. The
purchase priee, with an additionnl sum
of one fifth of one per cent thereof,
btiing commissions allowed, must be
deposited at time of sale, mfnpy to be
returnod if sale is not approved, other-wi-to
patent wiTl isoue for the timber
whith miwt be removed within ten
years. Bills will be received from citi
zens of the United Mtes, associations
of such eitiiens and Corporations or
ganized under the laws of the Uuited
States or any state, territory or dis
trict thereof only. Up"B application of
a qualified purchase, tho timber on any
leal subdivimon will be offered sepa
rately before being included in any of
fer of a larger unit. T. 2 N-, R. 3 W.,
S.-C. 11, NW!4 8W4, rel fir 510
cedar 55 M., hW'i SW(4, red fir 740
M., none of the red fir or cedar to be
sold for less than $1.50 p-r M. T. 9 8.,
R, I E., S.. S, NE14 NEVi, fir KitW
M., hemlock 270 M., NW fiEVt fir
SHO M., hemlock 130 M, 8E4 K K'A,
fir 1770 M., hemlock 2.-,0 M., HVIVt
SKV,, fir 2:190 M.. hemlock 'M M.,
NEVi XWW, fir 630 M hemlock 130
V. NW'i NW'5. fir 1700 M., NE',
ME'-i, fir 1170 MV hemlock 120 M.,
NWVJ HKVt, fir 11-10 M., hnl..ek 5u
M. HVt hE. fir 1100 M., hemlock
SO M., 8WV4 8E', fir 790 M., NE'4
HW)4, fir Bf.'iO M., SVlYt- fir
2100 M. HE4 SW'4, fir 1050 M.,
3Wi,4 8W'4, fir 12."0 M., none of the
f ir to be sold fir le than 1..V) per M.,
and nine of the hemlock to be sold for
lcs thsa 75 cent, per M. T. 9 9., B. 3
E.. fVc. Sr.. SW'i NWi,. red fir )
M., 8E NEW, r-'d Cr 350 M., 8WV,
Tfi f t o"0 M t.or, of the rd
rir to Tic soul rr less inn pr m.
CI.AY TALLVAV. Coiii.rer. C-
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By H- C. Hamilton
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
New York, July 21. Many an argu
ment over the ability of Jack i)cn.psey
has taken place since ho was first
matched to meet Jess Willard for the
world's title. Lots of experts could see
that Dempsey was in for aa early ikh
ing at the hands of the giant Jcs, and
they failed to admit conversion to the
side of the new champion after t he bat
tle. Such men as Jack Skcllv, Jack Me-
Auliffe and others of the old past in
fight-affairs have declared there never
was a fighter like IVmpwy nd that
is the belief of the writer.
I never saw John L. Sullivan, Jim
Corbett or Bob I itasimrmuis Lght, hut
the very iuvireiblity of Dempsey makes
it quite improliablo that he mil have to
surrender his title within ten years al
ways providing, of course, that he takes
proper care of himself.
Many a championship has gone with
the flowing bowl and (lie things that
go with it. Rarely has thcro been a:
champion strong enough to resist the!
luxuries that are available to a man'
with plenty of money. They ruined;
John 1 Sullivan, Ad Wolgimt and manyj
others, lhcy will ruin Dempsey unless
lie pays attention to his condition at
all times. I
And thut is tho reason for confidence
in Dempsey. Ho has always proven
strong enough for any emergency.
Doubtless ho will find himself able to
carry himself through this huid fight
Jack McAuliffo declared after see
ing the young tornado drop Willard
tmio after time, while winning the
championship, that he never had seen a
puncher tho equal of Dempsey. He com
pared him with Fitssiimnuns, and ad the
old champions he loved so well, and (I'd
not find the new chitmpion wanting.
"lit hits like Sullivan and McGov-
orn," said MeAuliffe. "Ho never will
be beaten so long as he pays attention
to his condition. Ho should bo cham
pion ton. or twelve years and then re
Thcro ian 't a challenger worthy of the
name for Dempsey right now. There
is Willie Median in a found-round go,
but Dempsey would mr.ka minro-mcat of
that chnp. Joe Beckett is little known
on this side, but It is doubtful of ho
would have a chance. Billy Miske prac
tically admits ho doesn't care to battle
for a championship held by Dempsey.
It is quito probable Beckett will have
a chance with tho champion, for be is
picked to defeat Carpenticr,-and thus
arouse interest in a title combat.
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.,-hn.,;!oU. .. ilv. -.. a ;,, t.t ,
nr.- t., (t. .i'-.". .,! -s aMntr,
"""' .-. Ooen eourt mar-
. .. ; restoring all forfeited pay
I'd anees, was introduced today
i. tor (Jhamberluin, Oregon. Court
I r A involvingt'harges recognized ss
jious in elvil law am emiected.
ENGLISH TEACHERS WANTED ..
Prague, Czechn Slovak in. (By Mnlt.)
Touchers of English sro wanted in
i'raguo and wanted badly, ion can't
get an EiglUh lesiion ut nny price in
Prague, unless you wero 0110 of tlc first
to decide you wnntid to learn Kngl'mli
und nigned up ahead of time.
A wave of learning English lias Hwcpt
irver Bohemia. Everybody wants to do
it, or clso learn "American," a the
laiigungo is often culled, thanks to
Formerly tho Czocho-Klovuks had to
learn (icrmnn as tho official laiiguugo.
Now everyone wants to know English.
HOGS REACH $22o0
Portland, Or., July 21. Hogs estab
lished todays) new high record here of
$22.50 despite the fact that the beat
wave would naturally decrease the de
mand for pork products. The next fig
uro is one fourth above any previous
BELA KUN FLEES
Beido, July 21. The Eurftpa Press
announced tod ly that Bele Kun, depos
ed Hungarian soviet dictator, had fled
from BuilupeHl to Vienna.
Inviwtigution of expenditures of tho
war de.wrtment has bivn resumed by
tho special committee conducting tho
Pr. Morris E. Dailey, for IS years
president of the state normal stb.Kd at
Han Jose, Cat., wni found dead in bed
Hat onlay at his summer home in Pa
He'iry Hopkins has been appr:nteii
postmaster at Cunyonville, liouglas
cou"tv. to succeed Brady F. Birrott,
9 S n
f. rV OA far
Cream, Cjjs, Lire
trfll far Prof lit liil
y 1 rn
This warm weather calls
for cooling recreation,
abundance. Get the full
enjoyment of your swim
from one of Meyers qual
ity bathing suits.
V '' -y
(7 ' i I
SERVICEABLE CLOTHING FOR LIFE IN
The two leading lines of
OUTING APPAREL FOR
You miss the real pleasure of
Unless you dress in these serviceable and
(See I:!v U'.;Vk,- i,ui S nM "
'r t ln M ' '
She was a little jeal
ous of his young and
One night he telephon
ed that he had to re
main at his studio all
The same night his
step - mother's motor
broke down in a storm
and she was unable to
The next morning
they found the young
husband and his step
mother in his studio
and she was in negligee.
By Kathleen Norris
A screen adaptation of
One of the year's best
t Have You a House
to Wire ? ?
Our estimated on housewiring and electric supplies J
are based ni the cost of the best material ana ex
ncrt craftFtnanshiD. Estimates on house wiring
promptly furnished. Latest in fixtures and designs. I
ELECTRIC FIXTURE & SUPPLY CO.
222 N. Liberty Street
il w i
Men, women and chil- t
dren will find the
style, color and fit t
priced reasonably in t
i; ; L'tiifcr At
Military Restores Order la
English Tcvu; Riels Of
Luton, Eng., July 21. Military forces
, have restored order here, after rioting
Halunliiy night, which culminated in
burning the town hall.
; Trouble begin when demobilized sol
j.liers protested during tho local peace
parade, aguiimt the mayor's refusal to
, erant the ue of the p.iblie. park tur n
j meeting In which oimions grievimcen
I were to be discussed. The dcmQctra-
tors binned the town hall and wrecked
Ueveuil sliojis. ilnny permins woie in
l.jureiL Thn military Mm culled out and 10
j Luton, the seat of the straw plaiting
i industry in England, is about 30 miles
mrthwest of Loudon. It lias a popula
tion of 411,000.
(Continued from pag .
sinned within a few dnys.
ing nf other rcs'irts ou ac . ,.
war. It is now necessary to cotton
.ipecinl permits to enter the country or
plo&suro or busi ess nnrxises.
Joints or mus
cles, give a brisk
Salem, Oregon. I
eral Land Office.