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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1919.
Companion Of Man Found !
Dead la Mountains Held
To Answer To Grand Jury
Eugene, Or, Aug. 7. Martin Clark,
r barged with the miirder of t-aariri L-
Taylor, MeKenxic Bridge iimU super
isor whose dead body was limml lai
Lue mountains last Saturday, was today j
t-ound ever to the grand juij at a pre-i$
liuiiuary hearing held here this morn
ing before Judge J- G. Wells ol" the $
juiiv1 court. j
Testimony asto the cireumsiaarc sur-'.
minding the finding of the body slid'
tlie ruudition of tho corpse was heard.
fchcriff Stiekels intmduved testimony
t show that the shells iired from'
Clark's gnu as test shells bore Ihr
first markings found on the died picked
up at the S'ene of the crime. Attorney
Browuell's- appeal for release of the
prisoner on bail was refund by the;
Croix De Guerre Awarded
To Four Portland Heroes
Portland, Or., Aug. ".four front de -
guerre were publicly presented heie late between employers and employes a fair
tliis afteriinon with military (fieinonicsj and thorough trial. ,
which were preceded bv ft "parade. . Acting npon this liberal proposition
Because two of the Portland men several meetings of heads of industries
who won the crosses sacrificed their liv-1 have been held and employers gener
ic in so doine. the decorations were!11 1;ve been found willing to meet
to the mothers of Rercenut ,
Walter Sihaffer and Co'porai lurl
Sergeauta Calvin Fnuk and Jmes
Poole are the men who lived to be hon
A medalc militairc was bestowed upon
Private Andrew Amacher.
TODAY'S BASEBALL SCORE
R. JI. K.
4'UieniM - S
Fillingim and Wilson; Mat'tin and
O'Fnrrell (six inn tigs)
Brooklyn 0 2 2
rincinnnti IS 1G 2
firimes anil M. Wheat; Kller and
Philadelphia ' G -9 1
rittat.urg 3 5 1
Kixey and Trngvssor; Miller and
Kew York S
ht. Louis "
Barnes and Met'arty; Duait and T)il
koefer (six innings)
if'hicaeo 2 4 !
Philadelphia - 1
Citotte and Bchnlk; Perry and Per
Oh'lCaffO 2 14 '
i'oiia.tipi;ra''':z:rr..rr.:r. 5 :
. .... - -
W I sins snrl Hc inlk; Jiavlor snrl
St. Louis - 8 11
New York 3 10
Shocker and Sevoroid; Quinn
Sotlioron and Sev'eroid;
Iisminh (six innings)
Detroit 4 9 0
Washington S 1 1
F.hmkc and Ains'nith; Shsw and
Cleveland - 7 1.1 0
Boton : 8 9 0
Myers and O'Neill; Pennock and
Two Plans For Solution Of
Economic Problems Offered
Washington, Atig. '7 Two pljuj were
proposed to the senate today for solv
ing industrial and "tonoqiic problems.
One is the reduction of government
expenses a billion -dollars' by 1921 along
lines to be worlieii out by President
Wilson as means of reducing taxes.
The other is a total or partial ban on
exports of food, clothing aud "other
necessaries of life." -
Seattle Streetcar Men Ask
Seniority Rule; May Strike.Chicago Tribune Attorney
Seattle. Wosh., Aug. 7. Unle's
Thomas F. Murphine, superintendent
of public utilities, grants the demands
of the street car men's union that
seniority be . based r.u time of serv
ice, a strike vote w ll be. taien within
This was decided bv the car men last
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nijiht. and a resoi.i'ion was auuptcu tne ueury ' mu- i.an...K'
condemning rlnnerrnrrndent Morphines ; lion dollar libel suit here today,
ruling, which places 'be sixty employes; "They sav Ford did mwa tot the
of division A, of the old municipal line, , .ar equipment of the eoontr), but ex
above the seniority rank of Hie ITTjO ' f,,t the loyalty of the nun he called
trainmen, working on the cars when ( miir,,.r,.r, he would not have been able
fhf eitv Irti.t.- thA llti, over Jfojn llltM.
rujiel Sound Tract oa. Light aad Pow
J. A. Stevenson. '. isiness aaent for
the street car c 'i nuion. suniuinced
innav lie wt piaen ;ne w'-mm i ' : ,, " i, i,t.,i
i..... J..........rf,t UoM.hi.eiMexiean trouble and later ulien ton
Portland Entertains Men
Of Fourth Enmeers Today!
Portland. Or Auu. 7. A.'ter i'ing
entertained here from 10 oV.uuk this
mornin until 2 o'clock this afternoon,
tM members of the f'amp Ij-wis de
tachmrut of the Fourth engineers re
sumed their journey to Ami i naii I-ikc
where they will be dis-bargrd. -
Most cf the veterans, tre i aniens of
Washington and Oregon. They mi orv
ire iu three majnr offensive actions
egair ,t the linns. .
Archduke Joseph Appoints
Premier Of New Government
lludaot, Aug. 6. (.United
Press.) Archduke Joseph to
dry appointed Steplutu- Fried
rich, formerly in the war minie
try, to lie premier of t hi f
Hungarian ovciMmei.t. Wuerai
Taiioris was uanied foreign min
ister tutd tleueral ivjiiirtrjei,
Biiuisler of war.
Budapest is quit't. MiUibeis
of the allied mission here are in
agreement with ArihJuke Jo
scph and Premier Fiiedricii.
IKA Vnlimfirw Hf ailtotinn
WYC lOliUUdiy lUcCIUUfjJj
A Voir Trl-jl
A eommitte of enipluvers is making
a personal canvass this week of ail
prinripnl industries in the Salem dis
trict in the interest of voluuiary med
iation. Central Labor Council of this eity
has offered to co-operate in giving the
new svstciu of dealing with difference
orgsnixcd labor half way.
Both sides realie the necessity ofjwru.re she finds a frigid welcome on
building up a sentiment at Salem fav -
orahle to sound industrial eondttons:0f this gross a scries of situations that
and to protect the cominuuity against , give Ppiortiinity for the full display
invasion of agitators. t of Miss tVrguson's genius. She is wcil
Those who have studied the work-
ings of vohmtarv mediation in Great
Kntnin in Colorado under the Rocke
feller plan and elsewhere in -the I'uit
ed Ptntes and Canada, where it has
been fairly applied, , are enthusiastic
for the system.
That it does lead to settlements
without losses financially and without
invading any fundamental principle of
organized labor, must be adiuited, ami
is admitted by conservative labor lend
ers. Under this system there will be cre
ated a council of mediation composed
of three fair-mined representatives of
the Central Labor Council and three
fair-minded employers to whom all dif
ferences growing out o labor prubleuis
can bo referred.
Such a body will meet and consider
both sides fully and Rtrive to reach an
agreement as to what is right In matters
of wages, hours working conditions
housing and sanitation.
It is objected that under voluntary
mediation there exists no power to
compel obedience to findings. There is
a state conciliation board aud state and
federal wage commissions, and they al
so have no compulsory power.
Tt seems we huve reached a place in
industrial evolution where the appli
cation of force, compulsion, dictation
or even arbitrary action are out of
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lr . , .... ., .
locni BirihR lulls ll puonu scimmein
dw r , if "i1
MvmitlntB it m,r l(lir. a, fmote will vml
p - "'"'"' " -"""-" y
This eommttnitv should welcome snd
suport a local council fairly constituted
as a progressive step in the interest of
j a greater industrial development. r-
inam.oii lanor ueserves great creuu ior
taking a progressive step and stand
ing ior tne principle or voluntary meu
March Says Country Needs
Revised Military Policy
Washington. Aug. 7. The war depart
ment believes a new militaiy policy
should be adopted which " wiil not find
the country again in the stute of unjirc
pnreiliicss we. had lit the eutbicak ol the
war," Chief of Staff March toitl the
senate militaiy affairs committee to
Military officials ere divided be
tween compulsory and nuivcr.sal train
ing, March said.
Secretary Baker now favors univer
sal training. Senator New, Iuibann,
said, while General March wns testify
ing. General Pershing, Oeaeial Leonard
Wood and other advocates ol universal
training will event niilly be called be
fore the committee.
Universal training, March said, would
cost (.)4.U6..'iU0, -while the standing
army on the basis of present pay would
cost 7S,fiiu,00U a reals Senator John
son, California, exjiects to lead the op
position to the bill in committee.
Scores Pobcies Of Ford
Mount Clemens, Mich., Aug. 7. "A
man who interferes with the efforts of
the government to crush auaithy is au
anarchist," Weymouth Ki.-liland, for
the Chicago Tribune, toid the jury in
t , i ci.......... r. ,,,,.... ,..;i
t0 do this," Ktrklnnd ss.-t. ror.l .
!t I,-:,L !-..,l ..;.1-F.
not liedeve in history jieriiS;; Vat '"' ,
srhv he does not lieliese i.l prepsieil
,'' the attorney eontiuuea.
He cited manv instnnres diirmu the
hampered the goveniinetit ' progjain."
Battleship Rhode Island
Breaks Propeller Shaft
(once for Newport as guests of the 1'ni
Washington, Aug. 7. The b:,tllehip j r) Sta,,g s;atinnl Law Tennis usso
Rho.le Island broke her stjrboard pre jritimi fo ..y j ehampionship matches
pcller shaft Auut 4. six hiindrcu a'd.t,pr,
seventy five mil'- from Ball.oi, I'.ma-j Th(1 j,)9VPr, are Maif.r Norman I.
ma canal rone, the navy department an jurwils. Captain Gerald L, Pstlersnn,
noimced today. The ship's tiller room , H4,rjf, ant B v Thomas and Iiou.badier
was fleoded luit there were no casual
The Rhode I-Jand is preceding for ,
Balboa, with one engine wruawg
with the cruiser Nor'h f.aro.ii:a towing
her, Thev sre extx-ctea to arrive to
morrow. Bo'h shii.j are straining t
: CITY news :
Uiu'ed Artisans et
tcatitt. Meeting will
be bold ouly on first
Thurs. -in Julj Aug.
Among th 1200 man of the Second
"division arriving re!erffay at New
jjjYnrk were, the fallowing Willamette
Z, 1 valley men: C. 1. Bennett, Cornelius;
T tS-rat. Wm. Moiairit.-, Lebanon; R. W.
j Bent ley. Woodhur-i; S-rt. Floyd Bi
,sou, ISalem; Rov E. MarlHT, Woodburn:
boss l. Miner. PulUs; Harvey . walk
er, Salem; Harry A. Lilliard. Philo-murli-
Vii-lur I.. i'lwd, v. Salem- Edwin
IF. Brown Atbanv; Tiavmond D. Busev,
!ubaioni" Frank W. 'Rosebraugh. Sa-
hem; Darrcll I.. Howton, Salem; Clare
11. Shutt, Salem.
Elsie Ferguson, beautiful, talented
and winsome, npp'.i.s at the Oregon
:hca!er Friday and Saturday in her
latest screen pietu:" "His Parisian
Wife" which is said tj equal either
"Heart of the Wilds or "Under the
Orceins nod Tree" in its intense inter
est and (Iramalie ;oree. In 'this play
she is in the role-of a lady reporter on
a I'aris newspaper, who attracts the
attention of u young American lawyer
and is transplanted :is his wife to the
i'uritan atmosphere of New Knuland.
lthe part of her husband's family. Out
supported in the play bv a cast of
popular stars, headed by David Powell.
H. W. Oongdon cf Brainerd, Minn.,
wants to locate in some place out west
and lias written here aking what the
country is like and whut farms are
worth and what buv:tcss opportunities
the city offers.
Gerald Volk, alderman from the fifth
ward, went to iPortlnr.ii this evening to
nttend the sessions of the state con
vention of editors ai.il later, the meet
iiiK of the Nutiona Editorial associa
tion. For -0 years while living in
Wichita, K ti ns., Mr. Volk was in the
newspaper work, at d for a few years,
was owner of the Dallas Observer,
There is one fruit grower living
about six miles south of Salem who
feels pretty well pleased wi'.h this
part of Oregon. His name is Benedict,
t'muiug f rum NchrasKj not so long ago,
lie bouifht a ten acre tract on which
there was 1 Vi ac:e of loganberries.)
This season from thU l'i acres, he soldi
WIS worth of logM.s. He is writing;
the wonderful news to a number of his i
Within the past three days, five fam
ilies from tho central states have come
to Salem and are h-re. looking for good
buys in real estate Mid farming lands.
lust nt present bourns nre pretty scarce
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ui r. i.nu u.r iiiiiu year 01 -
ure for Montana CT' tis aud most exces
sively lint weather in the central state!
there is a feeling tiuoiig real estate
men that something is about to happen
to (his part of thu valley.
Beware of the counterfeit dollars
like one discovered today in fialem. It
is quite a rcspeetjnlo looking dollur,
showing more than overage workman
ship and would be taken by almost any
one not informed that a real counter
feit is now in circulation. It is of
little darker color thnn the regulation
silver dollar, and nllhougu properly
milled the edges arc a little wider than
real dollars. It is a trifle light in
wr-aght and lacks the real ring of sil
ver when tested. It is dated 1902 and
thought to have b.'en made in Portland
as a counterfeiter was recently arrest
Harry J. Weuderoth, former exalted
ruler of tho Salem lodge of Elks and
delegate to the na':nal convention at
Atlantic Cilv is home. He arrived in
"New York city Jul" 4 when the mercu
ry whs clmhng over the l"0 mnrk and
experienced real rarfern hot weather j
several days. Then nhen vsiting in Ban
Antonio, Texas, on his way home, he
ran into some real gulf of Mexico
weather, besides a lew thousand bugs
and beetles and sc.irjiion unii such as
are generally found in that part of
Texas. "It's Oreg.n for me," observ
ed Mr. Wenderoth.
Francs TobUel-Dmer. the 14 year
old violinist who made such an envi
able record in Seattle and the north
west in Red Cross .ind other patriotic,
work, wll be heard Sunday and Monday
at the Oregon thca! r. She has the d
tinction of beinir one nf the vonnircst !
persons in the counlrv to receive an j su dgr 43 minutes east 4I...4 chains
award from the government for herj50 ' l'1""1 o1 beginning, containing
faithful services in Seattle and at j ""es more m less.
Camp Lewis and Bremerton. Through I TraT N"- 2- Al, o'nmencMig of a
her appearances as violinist, she earn-jP""nt 1 7.43 chains south chains
ed .") which wn, given to Red Onss i "a"' of 1 """H"et comer of Hie
work and fo Bclgi-iin relief as well as ln" """' quarter of section 10 T. 8 H.
other patriotic mn-k. The voting ladvi"- I wct of tho Willamette meridian
was most favorabtv received and her j Marion county, Oregon; thence west
plsving as s high artist winning I ; m ': "''"? B"r,h .V
f.,.' i.... ,...( .,.,ni,i;,..i , ... thence sutli a degrees 34 mimitcs
Army discharge wore filed with th
, Gaffer. D. D. Beeve, and V. M.
,ff f j.i
Australian Tennis damns
Arrive For Tourney Play
New York, Aug. 7. The Ausiiallnn
"big four'' of tennis arrived todny
n the Adriatic and planned lo have st
Thev will return t Anst,
.ma to lie
,iu.)BrK,,,l from service after pi iylne
JB tennis matches here f.r su e t.s or
?$ Don t Let 'cm Roam $$
City Of Butte Enters Into
Grocery Easiness At Cost
B.itte, Mont, Aug. 7. The cuv coun
cil today unanimous!)- passed a resolu
tion creating the ffice of city gioeer
and authorizing hiia to CB-.e in the
The Biunicijial grocer wi!l buy and
sell food stuffs at i"t in an attcmt to
force down the cost of livioi; iu Luue.
Life Toll Of Collision At
Sea May Reach To Fifteen
Halifax, X. S., Aug. 7.U. of life
in a collision lietween tl.e French
schwner Gallia and the steamer War
Witvh, off Su Pierre, mat reack fif
teen or twenty, according to latest wire
less reports here today. The schooner
Xotiee is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed adminis
trator of the estate of Sarah S. Mash
er, deceased. All persens having claims
against the estate arc hereby notified
to present the same, properly verified
in the manner provided by Ihw at the
office of Donald W. Miles, attorney
for tho estate as shove mentioned, in
the city of Salem, Marion county, Ore
gon, at room 304 1'nited States Na
tional foank build? r.:, within, six
mouths of the date of the first publi
cation of this notice. The first publi
cation of this notice is made this 31st
dav of Julv, 1919.
D. H. MTXS1TER,
Donald W. Miles,
Attorney for the administrator.. 8-28
Notice is hereby given, thai the un
dersigned Emma L. Dwycr, administra
trix of the pstalo of Edward F. Dwjer,
deceased, filed her final account as ad
ministratrix of the estate of Edward
F. Dwyer, deceased, in the county
court for Marion- county, Oregon, and
said court has duly set the time for
hearing objections thereto, and the fin
al settlement thereof, for Monday Au
gust 18, 1919, at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. m. of said day In the court room
of said court at Salem, in said county
Dated this 17th dav of Julv, 1919.
EMMA X. DWYEB,
Administratrix of the estate of Ed
ward F. Dwyer, deceased. 8-15
SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF BALE
Of Real Property on Foreclosure
V.itinn I. knpi.ln irivnn thflt tiV vir-
of , M0,ulio my Ul)ucd 01lt
ie fir(.uit f(Hir, of ,he nte of 0rc.
gon, for the county of Marion and to
me directed on the 24th day of July
1919, uxn a judgment and decree duly
rendered, entered of record and dock
eted in aud by said court on the 15th
day of April," 1919, in a certain suit
flimi 4m miiiI roHtl rtfMiditiir wherein
" , ,
George Harvey was plaintiff and Tex
anna Roeers and ,1, M. Rogers, her
husband, and .1. -B'Ashby, were do
feniktnts in falvor . of plaintiff and
against said deiendiints Texanna Rog
ers and J. M. Rogers by which execu
tion I am commanded to sell the prop
erty in said execution and hereinafter
doxcrihed to pay the sum due the plain
tiff of ono hundred and ninety four
and 00-100 ((IIM.OO) dollars, with in
terest thereon at tho rate of ten per
cent per annum from the 10th day of
September, 1918, until paid and the,
further sum of fifty five and 00-100
(Vi.00) dollars attorney's fees to
gether with the costs and disburse
ments of mid suit tuxed at fourteen
and .'O HIO ((14.511) dollars and costs
and expenses of said execution, 1 will
on Saturday the 3f)lh day of August,
1919, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m.
of said day at the west door of the
county court house in Marion county,
Oregon, sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cah iu hand on the
day of sale, all right, title, intercut
and estate which suiil defendants Tex
anna Rogers and J. M. Rogers, and all
persons churning under them subse
quent to the execution of plaintiff's
mortgage deed, towit: September 18,
1915, in, of and to said pieniisis here
inbefore mentioned and described in
said execution ns follows, towit:
Tract No. 1. Beginning at a point
S.82 chains south and 20.91 chains
east of the northeast corner of sec
tions 9 T. 8 8. R. 1 west of the Wil
lamette meridian in Marion county,
Oregon; thence running south 1 de
gree west 4.71 chnins; thence south
43.75 chains to a stake; thence north
77 decrees ami Hi minutes west 4.1.112
chains to a stake; thence north 2 de
grees east 'J9..V1 chains; thence north
- 52 chains to a stake; thence south
least 43.02 chains to the place of be-
in Marion county Oregon.
Trt No. 3. Also beginning at the
southwest corner of Wm. Morlev's D.
L. C. in T. 8 H, R. 1 west of the Wil
lamette meridisn in Marion county,
Oregon; running thence west 52 rods,
and 14 feel; thence south 37 roils and
12 feel; thence east 52 rods and 14
feet; thence north 37 rods and 12 feet
to the place of beginning, containing
12 1 II acre more or leos.
Tract No. 4. Alco beginning at the
southwest corner of Wm. Morlev's and
Margaret Morley s D. V. C. T. ft . I!.
1 west of the Willamette merid an, Ma
rion county, Oregon, running llicriee
south 37'i rods lo the north line of
the .1). I. C. of Davie Simpson in said
township; thence ent 13 rods; then'f
in a northwesterly direction to the
place of bcinmn.', eoutaiuing one
acre mors or less.
Tract No. 5. AIo beginning at the
nifrthweid corner of the rtion of the
I). I. of David fcimpeoo snd wife
claim No. So in T, 8 H. K. 1 west of
the Willamette meridian, Marion coun
tv, Orig-rS, ss set apart to Julian A.
Simpson; running thence south on the
line between the land of W, J. Huni-
phrev and W. S. Taylor lit. roils;
Ithefee it) rod; thence north M'-j
rods thonce cast Ti" ro.is to the place
ef begin sins;, eostsinmg six acres
more or h's.
Tract No. 6. Also beginning at the
nortkeast corner o' the land oned by
Benjamin Stanton and the southwest
comer of land owacd by W. J. Hum
phrey, being ia the west line of the
O. L. C. of lavid Simpson and wife in
T. H S, R. 1 west of the Willamette
meridian in Marks county, Oregon;
running tin lie aeuth the west line
of the D. L. C. HO nnls; thence east
SO rods; thence north SO rods to the
south line of the Wm. J. Humphreys
laud; thence west SO roils to the place
of beginning, eontaining 40 acres of
Tract No. 7. Also the wrest one half
of the following described premises,
towit: lots 1, S and 3, seclion 9, and
lot 1 of section 10 in T. S 8. R. 1 west
of the Willamette meridian in Marion
county, Oregon, containing 100.S4
acres save and exeot the following
(described tract tosit: Beginning at
the northwest corner of Benjamin
Stanton land; thence north with Dav
id Jsimpson's Tine to the Wm. Pattens
land"; thence east along the said Pat
tons line to the southeast corner;
thence south to Benjamin Stanton's
northeast corner; thcuce west to the
! place of beginning, containing 33 acres
and 13.1 rods.
Said sale being made subject to re
demption in the manner provided
Dated this 2Cth dav of Julv, 1919.
W. I. XKKOIIAM,
Sheriff of Marion countv, Oregon.
By O. 1). Bowers, deputy. ' 8 2S
XOT1CE OF SALE OF GOVERNMENT
timber, general land office, Washing
ton. D. C, June 27, lwix. isonce is
hereby given that subject to the condi
tions and limitations ot the act of
June 9, 1916 (39 Stat., 218), end the
instructions of tho secretary of the in
terior of September 13, 1917, tho tim
ber on tho following lands will be sold
August 20, 1919, at 10 o'clock a. ni., at
public auction at the United States
land office at Portland, Otagon, to the
highest bidder ai not less than the ap
praised value as shown by this notice,
sale to be subject to the approval of
of the secretary of the interior. The
purchase price, with an additional sum
of one fifth of one per eeot thereof,
being commissions allowed, mint be
doposited at time of sale, money to be
returned if sole is not approved, other
wise .patent wiTl issue for tne timber
which must be removed within ten
years. Bids will be received from citi
tens of the United States, associations
of such citizens and corporations or
ganized under the laws of the United
States or any state, territory or dis
trict thereof only. Upon application of
a qualified purchase, the timber on any
legal subdivision will bo offered sepa
rately before being included in any of
fer of larger unit. T. 2 N R. 8 W.,
See. 11, NW14 BWtf. red fir 610 M.,
cedar 55 M BW?4 BWVi, red fir 740
hi., none of the red fir or cedar to be
sold for less than $1.50 per M. T. 9 S.,
R. 2 E., See. 6, NEV4 NE, fir 1090
M., hemlock 270 M., NWV.-NE14 fir
880 M., hemlock 130 M., SK14 NEW,
fir 1770 M., hemlock 250 M., BWVi
NKVi, fir 2390 M., hemlock 200 M.,
NE NWVi, fir 630 M., hemlock 130
M., NWV 'NWVi. sfir 1760 NEV4
SKVi, fir 1170 M., hemlock 120 M.,
NWVi BFiVi, fir 1630 M., hemlock 50
M. 8EVi SEVi, tir 1190 M., hemlock
3n M., HWVi SKVi, fir 790 M., NEV4
HWVi, fir 1930 M., NWi; 8W14, fir
2100 M SEVI SWVi, fir 1000 M
SWV4 8WV4, fir 1250 M, no's of the
fir to be sobl for less thsn $l.u(i per M.,
ar.d none of the hemlock to be sold for
less than 75 cents per M. T. 9 8., R. 8
E., See. 25, BWVi NWVi, red fir 600
M.. HEV4 NEVi. red fir 850 M., SWVi
N'EVi. red fir 500 M., none of the red
fir to be sold for less than $2 per M.
OLA Y T ALTMAN, Commissioner, Gen
eral Land Office. 8 16
108 acres, good soil, well drained, on
good road, close to Salem; 7U acres
in cultivation, balance brush pasture,
well improved; $190 per acre, worth
20 acres cultivated, 7 acres fruit,
mostly prunes; house and barn, 3 'j
miles town, only $3800,
797 acres cut over, excellent pasture,
best soil, rolling; spring water, log
house, barn; (20 per acre, terms,
320 acres grain ranch, good black
loam, 2iM) acres cleared, 30 grub oak
pasture, 70 acres A-l clover, family or
chard; 8 room modern house with own
water system, good barns; if you're
looking for a snap, here it is. Good
road 4 miles town, at (125 per acre.
I8 acres, all tillable 45 cleared, 13
stiunp pasture, 20 acres bcaverdnm,
good bain, houM. (0000.
5 acres 2'i miles Salem, good soil,
small houso and barn, easy payments,
In'!, acres dark loam, 8 acres clear
ed, balance slump pastuio, 1 acre bcav
enlain, family orchard, 7 room house,
barn, other buildings, !i mile town,
5 acres 1 miles Salem, best soil,
berries, 3 acres prunes house, barn,
' 10 acres 4V3 milii Salem, red shot
soil, 3 acres logaos, 4 room house, barn;
stock and equipment snd 2 acres corn
and 1 acre potatoes goes at (3300.
10 acres best loganberry land, all cul
tivated, rm-k road, 3 miles rialem,
I Tl Capital Journal t
I Daily Market Report :
Wheat, sw-ft white No. 1 (2
Feed outs . 80c
Milling osts 9"ic
Hay, cheat, new (17
Hay, oal, new (Ufa 20
Mill run (13(44
Crearsorv butter ..- 0o(ot4c
Pork. Vaat aud Mattoa
I Pork on foot 20c
Quick Reference To Firms That Gift Service On Short
Where Buyer And Seller Meet We
Recommend Our Adrertisers.
Salem FJeetrie Co., Ussonie Temple,
Kaoxville. Iowa. Bli-odhounds, oa a
trail following theft of a picture aow
dynamo at Olmitz, stopped and oered
"treed" in - eornfwild. Tne sierifl
dug up 43 quarts of whiskey.
Rakersfield. Cal. After sentencing
O. F. Cobaugh for drunkenness, Judgo
Thomas suspended sentence when Co
baugh confessed that it wca a terrible
ordeal to get iu such condition via the
two per cent beer route.
-Keep Them Home $$$
Call S98. Highest prices paid for
junk, second hand goods snd machin
ery. Be sura and call 398, get the right
prices. The square deal louse.
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
271 ChsaMket Bt,
6a! em, Or.
MACHINE SHOP WORK
Expert machine shop service by, Mr.
Bergman at high school machine
shop, 12 years experience. Gear cut
ting a specialty. High class machine
tools, Quick service. Phone 446. 8-15
PR. L. HALL WILSON Spe
cialist in the Modern Scientific
Application of Glasses for the aid of
vision and the relief of Eyestrain and
Headache. Office closed Saturdnya.
Offico 210211 IT. S. Bank building.
Phones, office 145; roi. 1244.
Yick So Tong
Chinese Medicine and Tea Cm,
Hai medicine which will enre any
Opea Sundays from 10 A. 1L
until 8 P. M.
153 South High Bt.
Salem, Oregon Phone 232
W. T. EIGDON CO
252 North High Street
Veal, fancy 212ac
Steers " 7(6
Cows - 6(7Vse
Spring lambs . 101U
Ewes - 4c3
Sheep, yearlings , ....... 7e
Eggs and Poultry
F.ggs, cash 44c
Hens, live - 25c
Old roosters 1
New potatoes 8Vic
Green onions dos .. 0
Onions, per sak $1.25
Unions, box ..- (7.50a8.50
Um.er, aitraeted 10
Bunch beets 45s
Cnbbnge 3 Vie
Head lettuce - 60c
Carrots - - 45c
Eggs d07.cn 60s
Creamery butter ... 70c
Country butter - O0c
Flour, hard wheat 3.10fa)3.25
Portland, Or., A;:. 7.- Butter, city
Eggs selected local cx S I ft; obc
Hens 27(S 2c
Broilers 22ft 30c
Chceso, triplets 3S(i 40c
DAILY LIVE STOO KMABKEI
Toue of market steady
tiood to choice steers (llfiilJ
Fair to good steers (9(i 10.50
Common to fair steers (7T.50
Choice to good cows snd heifers
Medium to good cows and heiferl
Bulls Ua 7.50
Calves !' 15
Tone of market Inner
Crime mixed 2-Vo 2"i..o
Medium mixed l''2.Vo 19.50
Ronuh heavies $ ls.2i ls.50
l'ig (Hfo 20
Bulk 20rt20.5 "
Tone of market steady
I'lnne lambs (I Ira 1 1.75
Fair to medium lambs (9.00(11
Wrthers (5.50 7
127 North U gh-
- WHY SELL FOR LESS?
We will pay you mere cask for ywtt
household goods. Get our bid before
you sell. Peoples Furniturs and Hard
ware Store, 271 N. Cora. St. Fhoaa
NO CASH REQUIRED Good osereee
hoes aud suits, all kinds of smca.
al instruments, shotguns, rifles, heat
kg stores, gas stoves, suit ease SJtS
1U00 other useful articles to sell M
trade. What have youl The Capital
Exchange 337 Court St. Pboae til.
YOUR used furniture, stoves, earpeti
and tools, as we pay (air prices foe
everything. Call 947
CAPITAL HARDWARE 4 FUKNI
2S5 N. Coia'l St.
I RENOVATE, block snd trim ladUei
and men' hats at 1917 prices, and
bettor work; material i scarce, hats
are expensive, what's the answer!
C. B. Ellsworth, 493 Court St., Sa
STOVES RFJ1UILT AND KEPATRBH
50 years experience, Depot NattoaaJ
and American fence.
Sixes 26 to 58 in. high
Paints, oil and varnish, at.
Loganberry and hop hooks.
Salem Fence and Store Works,
230 Court street. Phone i4.
J. A. Rowland Furniture Stcra
Buys, sell and xchasges new and
2d hand fiMnitare. All hinds af
repair work, light grinding, fitiag,
and bracing a specialty. Eiftil
prices. 247 North Commercial t.
SALEM SCAVENGER Garbage an
refuse of all kinds reiiased oa moat
ly contracts at reasonable rates 4
Ceis pools cleaned. Dead animal re
moved. Office phone Mala 167.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Real Estste EoearJty
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd sV Bush bank; Salem Orgo
FEDERAL FAUM LOANS 5 Vi
cent interest. Prompt servioe, 14 V
years tims. Fudoral fua los bo sis
for sale. A. C. Bohrnstedt, 401 Ms
sonie Temple. Salem, Oregon.
INSURANCE1 OOUXC10 For U ix
formation about Life lasnranes few
J. F. UutcEason, dist. Inasager fe
the Mutual Life of N. Y affie l
371 State St., Salem, Ore. Offtoa
phone 99, residence 1396. tl
Our Prices are Right
W. M. ZANDLKIt, Prsprtetof
1255 N. Summer Street, Salem, Ore
STEWART'S R El' AIR BUO Lawa
mowers ground fcy oiacnimisy; all
kinds of grinding, lock smithing, fl
brellaj recovered, light repairing f
all kinds. M7 Court St.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHTftS MJCET A
McCornsck hall oa every Tussdsy
at 8. Walter Lenon, C. C, P. .
Kuntz, K. R. 8.
ROYAL Neighbors of America,
gon Grape camp Na. 1380 meet
Thursdny evening in McCornaek haH
Elevator sr-vics. Oracle, Mrs. Cr
rie h. Bunn, 648 Union Bt; raeoe.
dsr Mrs. Melissa Fersooa, 1414 N.
4th St. Phone 14.10M.
UX1TED ARTlSAX8-fr,isiil Assem
bly No. 84 meets first Thursday l
each month at 8 p. m. in Masonia,
Temple. Glenn C. Niles, M. A.; C. A.
Vilbliert, scoretary, 340 Owens street,
JtrODERN WOODMFiN OF AMRRICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 62tti,meti
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in MH'ornack building Otonrt and
Liberty streets W. M. Persons, ?.
".; Frank A. Turner, clerk.
3ALEM WATEB fOMPANY Offiea
corner Comtnercia'. and Trele street
Bills payable monthly ia advaaca.
Out of 60 student In the pnaisa)!
department of the University of Wash
ington this year 30 are women.
To replace" the old building tmmltj
bnrned, the school district of Empi.-,
in Coos county, has roted fend 4
f$ DonUet'emRcaa $$
join tne iani: inii.