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.?HERBT crrT WOOD SAW y?e lira
and pay taxea in Salem, Let Sales
peppta' saw your wood. Phone 289.
iioo xi. zui. I". I. Keister, Wa
Co., 20 N. Llbertj
rhono 205. A com
plete line of Eloctrie
Supplies and fixture!
BALEM SCAVENGER Oaarles Soo
proprietorGarbage and refuse of al
kinds removed on monthly contract
at reasonable rates, Tard and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Mali
247. Eeaideuce Main 2272.
BALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streeti
For water service apply at office
BilU payable in advance.
HTOVES EEBTJIIjT AND REPAIRED
50 yearsvnrperietM)."'' .
Depot National and American fene
Sizes 26 to 58 in. high.
Paints, oil and varnish, etc.
Loganberry and hap hooks.
Salem Fence and Stove Works, SSt
Court street. Phone 124.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
CUAS. B. 110DC KIN General Insur
ance, Siirctv ilonds, real estate and
Tentals. Hubbard Bids. Phono 380.
I'OR EXCHANGE 10 acres well in
proved i'or farm, ii acres with build
ings well located, for farm. Good city
home to exchange for 10 or more
acres. Any or all these parties will
pay or assume difference. Square
Deal Realty Co., 20:2 V. S. liank Blilg.
DRS. B. H. WHITE and B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic physicians an
nerve specialists. Graduate of Amer
lean sclfool of Osteopathy, Kirksville
Mo. Post graduate and specialized it
serve diseases at Los Angeles collegf
Treat acute and chronio disease
Consultation free. Lady attendant
Office 505-500 U. S. National Bank
Building. Phone 859. Residence 84
North Capital street. Phone 4rtfl
DR. O. L. SCOTT Graduate of Chiro
practic's Fountain Head, Davenport
Iowa. If you have tried ev.erythlnf
and got no rolief, try Chiroprac
tic spinal adjustments and get well
Office 400-7-8 V. S. National Ban!
Building, Fiona Main 87. Resident'
Money to Loan
ON Good Beal Estate Security.
THOS. K FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Oregoi
HONEY TO LOAN I have made ar
raneements for loaning easteri
money, will make very low rate of
interest on hijjniv improved zarmi
3omer H. Smith, room 9 McCornac.l
' Bide.. Palem. Ore.. Phone 96.
VEBB & CLOUGH CO. C. B. Webb
A. M. Clongli morticians and f oners,
directors. Latest modern molhpdi
known to the profession employed
499 Court tit. Main 120, Main P38S
EIGDON-EICUARDSON CO. EuneTa
directors and undertakers, 252 Nortl
High street. Day and night phom
FKUTLAXD N CBSEItY Sales yard
now open for business at H'KU no
(Kerry Sts. Full liue of nursery stock.
Italian prunes n specialty. Nurserj
located one mile east of penitouttiarv.
. Phone 2:il21. tf
OREGON SCHOOL OF NECKOLtXiY
Dr. Flora A. Brewster, dean of
the Oregon School of Xeuroloity, lias
removed from the Hubbard bldg. to
712 State St.. corner Cottage St. Ex
amination free. Phono 1350, tf
imm mm mrnmi .l
The following prices for fruits
and vegetables are those asked by
the wholesaler of the retailer, and
not what is paid to the producer.
All other -prices are those paid the
producer. Corrections are made
Cabbage is higher and so nre sweet
potntoes. Oranges ore 50 cents a box
cheaper and Japanese style, 25 cents
a box less. Ornngcs will be cheap this
winter as there was a bilt crop in Cali
fornia and the sizes are large.
it seems that the mau who held 15
potatoes for higher prices has made a
liad guess. At least at present the mar
ket is weakening and the demand much
lighter from outside points.
Oats, new 42(i)45c
Boiled barley $40.00
Bran ,. $28.50
Shorts, per ton $32.06
liny, clover $1213
Hay, cheat $llfq, 12
Hay, vetch i $12(2)13
Hay, timothy $16
Buttcrfat - 40c
Creamery butter, per pound 41c
Country butter 2S-32c
, . Eggs ana Poultry.
Eegs, ens'e count, cash 3Sc
Kggs, trade 40c
Hens, pound . 13(14o
Koosters, old, per pound c
Broilors, under 2 pounds .'. ltc
Turkeys, live lfl(5.'.18c
Turkeys, dressed 19(u.21e
Pucks, live il(a13c
ucese, live ioc
fork. Veal and Matton.
Pork, dressed 12 l-213c
fork, on foot '. $.S.5UCi),25
Spring lambs, 19.10 .7u!7H'
enl, according to quality s(ullc
Steers '. 66
Cows 3 l-24c
Bulls 33 1-4
Wotha-j 5 1-2
Figs and Dates
Figs, 70 four oz $2.00
Figs, 30 12 07. $2.75
1-IL'S, 12 10-oz $1.09
Black Jig 9o
Whito figs 10c
Droniodnrv dates 3.75
String garlic 1012 l-2c
Potatoes, sweet 31JC
Potatoes, jier 100 pounds $1.20
Green onions 40
Green peppers 7c
Carrots, dozen 40
Lettuce, California, irate $2.23
Parsnips, carrots jind beets $1.25
Oi alines, nave' $;t.50
Oranges, Japanese $1.50
Lemons, per box' $.".00(u 5.50
Bananas, pound 5
California grape fruit $3.50
Florida grape fruit $0.50
Pineapple , Be
Honey , $3.50
Eggs, per dozen, fresh much 45c
Suar. cane $8.40
FOR S.iLK 20 acres of first class land
15 acres under cultivation, balance
timber first class prune kind, price
$1700.00. $500.00 down, balance 0 per
cent int. Vi. 11. orabcnliorst & Co..
4!75 State street. dci-H
FOR SALE 10 acres of girt.d garden
laud, running water, some small build
ings, 4l. miles from Salem, price
Irlliiiil.uo, $000.00 down, balance terms
. 11. Orabenhorst & Co., .u State
THE NEW ARGO HOTEL J. IS, Lau
terman, Prop. Chemekcta street be
tween Com. and Liberty, telephone
vuu. ADsoiuteiy clean, tnoroayruj
homelike, strictly modern. There ar
larger hotels iu Salem, int no better
Rates from 50c a dav to $1.50. Spa
cisl rates by week or month, dec
REDUCED FKEHjUT BATES To anf
from all points, east, on all bousbplc
goods, pianos, etc. Consolidated car
load service. Capital City Transfei
Company, agent for Pacific Coast
Forwarding company, 101 South Coa
saereial street. Fhoae alain
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOi RNAL, SALEM. OREGON, FRIDAY, DEC. 8, 19916.
are you mm
Salem Fraternal Societies Ar
ranging Surprise for
A. H. Allen, who staged the Style
Show for Salem merchants during the
Dress I'p week elebrn(iou is. back in
town. This 'time he comes at the sug
gestion of sevcraj' Salem fraternal or
ganizations .who have something up
their sleeves niuttvant to -be sure that
it will be "properly taken care of.
Already several assistants to Mr. Al
len have arrived and commenced work
on a mvsterious event that will be stag
ed in the armory Dec. 21, 22 and 23.
Several local lodges are behind the
project and they claim that it wilt be
the biggest thing of its kind ever at
tempted in Salem.
When asked what the nature of the
affair would be members of the lodges
anil orga'nzntioiis co-o'erntin' woiim
answer "Aro you lucky?" Not one
more word would they say. Mr. Allen
will not' divulge the pluus further than
to state that the holiday event will bo
something entirely new and unique.
''It is an idea that I have worked
out myself. So far lis I know the plun
has never been produced as 1 will pro
duce it here in Salem for the various
oruniib.ntions that have brought me
here. The idea is new anil it is unique.
Coming right at the climax of the holi
day season, it will without a doubt
prove to be a sensation. We are not go
ing to promise anything. We urn going
to let the public come and judge for
themselves. Everybody can decide
whether the idea .is worth while as
there will be no admission charged.
Organisations having u total mem
bership in excess of two thousand mem
bers nro behind the event and it will
be a tremendous success. That is all 1
can say other than to promise thnt my
assistants mid myself are going to join
the local people in two weeks of hard
worK to make this event a big success"
Mr. Allen's connection with the hol
iday "event," whatever it mny be, is
a guarantee thnt it. will be an artistic
success. The splendid show lie staged
for the Salem merchants during Dress
I'p week was well received in Salem
n ml was ample evidence that he has
ability to direct and produce success
ful amusement enternrises.
The Modern Woodmen of America
at a meetinj; Inst niuht elected officers
for the following term us follows: '
Consul ,1. F. Day.
Advisor II. It. Sutton.
Clerk J. A. Wright.
Hanker K. E. Matten.
Escort Meuric Roberts,
Phvsicinns (). li. Miles, H. J. Clem
ents and SV. S. Mott.
Watchman George Wick.
Sentry II. F. West.
Trustee or one year A. .1. Swienink.
The installation of officers will take
plnce on the evening of January 4 ut
the Moose liiill.
Sugar, beet $S.20
Croamcry butter 45o
Flour, hard wheat $2.25(2'2.45
Flour, valley $1.85(5.2.00
Portland. Ore., Dec. S. Wheat:
Red Russian. $1.45-
Oats: No. 1 white feed, $:5.75.
Barley: Feed, $.lb.
Hogs: Best live, $11.75(7(9.85.
Priui steers, $7.25.
Fancy cows, $0.
Spring In in 1 h, $0.50.
Butter: Citv ereanierv, 40c.
Eggs: Selected local ex., 3S(Ti Iflc
Hens, 14 l-2c.
Broilers, 15(S lfic.
M3CKENHAM k CO.
Will pay highest cash prioo
for veal, poultry and eggs.
100 H. High. - Phone 10
!1N BROAD DAYLIGHT
Attacked With Her Sister On
Street Is Hurried Away
San Francisco, Dec. 7. After she
had been sensationally kidnaped and
hurried away in a high power touring
car, Miss Josie Carmenilla, age 18, was
rescued by police today at the home of
Innocent Alirio whence they were
directed by the girl's sister. Alirio
and Joo Rabino who the girl asserted,
threatened her with revolvers and
clubs because she refused to marry
Rabino, were - arrested and taken to
tha citv prison, .
The abduction was as sensationally
staged as a melodrama. Katie Car
menilla, age 17, Josie 's sister, told the
officers that her sister had been taken
prisoner while the two girls were walk
ing down Precita avenue on their way
to work. Three men, she said, drove
up in an automobile stepped out and
attacked the girls, she declared. After
resisting desperately for five minutes,
Josie was tossed iui'g the car and the
men drove away, leaving Katie bruised
and hysterical ou the sidewalk,
When bystanders rushed to her as
sistance she gavo the name of ono of
the men as Iiabino, saying that he had
recently pressed his attentions on Josie.
Rabino, she said, lives in Oakland.
Not long ago, she said, Rabino had
told Josie ''I'll get you some how."
Tho police at once started n manhunt
and Sergeant. Firman, of the ''whito
slave" squad and a group of officers
finally located Alino's house on fil
bert street. As they nenred it, they
heard a girl screaming and rushed in
and arrested the two men.
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WOULD TAKE CONTROL
Government Taking Charge
Washington, Dee. 7. With the coun
try suffering from shortage of freight
cars, the interstate commerce commis
sion reporting to congress today rec
ommended federal control of the prob
lem. It suggested such control cover, in
terchange of cars and compensation for
general use of cars of "other" lines
to relieve present conditions. The short
age, the report pointed out, is the result
of demands for American goods abroad
and thero has been but little change
therein, since spring, wheu steps to
remedy needs were undertaken.
As congestion of terminals is partly
responsible, it is not always "short
age" of cars that makes transporta
tion slow and inadequate, the report
said. It deplored embargoes on certain
'goods, but took the view that they arc
not altogether unavoidable in the pres
Standardization of "reasonable
rates" is strongly urged.
The commission would have congress
say what is "reasonable rate" at a
certain date and have this stand, unless
altered by the commission.
The report also recommended thnt
carriers be required to give nt least
two months notice of proposed increas
es. On the matter of rate control, the
commission advocated that it be author-
i izeil to cooperate with state conimis
i sious in rate disputes and act as sort, of
j official umpire.
! Children Cry
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PLUMBINO, STEAM FITTING AND TJNNINO . .
T. V. Barr, 184 Booth Commercial street Mala Ut
THAN SEEK AND DBATAQB '
Balem Truck Dray Go., orner Stat and front straeta Halm I
No. Ifl Oregon Hipress . .
N. 24 roos Bay
No. 28 Willamette Limited
No. 13 Hhuota Limited ...
No. 18 I'urtland rassengor
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no. ii t-ort i ana Ngprow . . .
No. 222 1-ortlond (ant Freight
No. KG Local way Freight...
No. lrI. California Ripveaa ...
No. 17 Ashland rassenger...
So. 2It Coos Buy
No. 10 Cottniie Drove Pass. .
Makes connection with N. 74
No. II Mnmm Limited
No. 2T Willamette Limited ..
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10 :05 p. r.
12:01 a. i
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No. 13 Knn KrnnctHco Express
No. 221 Sun Francisco Fust
No. ii!.", Local way Freight....
Siliii Oebb Lim.
No. 73 Arrive at Balem ....
No. 70 leaves Hnlem
No. 75 A r. Balfm (rolled) ...
No. 74 Leave Ralero
No connection south of Oeer.
sius, Bills Cm and Wsbtkbs
No. 161 I.v. Haleta, motor 7:OOa.m.
No. 103-t-I.v. Hulem, motor 0:40. m.
No. 1U0 Lt. Halrni far Monmouth
and Alrlle .1 :40 o. m.
no. iT I.v. Nnlem, motor :uu p. m.
No. tiltt I.v. Hulem, motw fl:15n.m.
No. 230 Way fr t . balem. . . .6 :00 a. m.
No. 102 Ar. Hnlroi 8 :30 . ni.
No. KM Ar. Halt-in 11:10 a.m.
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No. 2-10 Way lr t sr Sului.... 2:30p.m.
WILLAMKTTK KIVHIt ROtJTB
Orrnnn Cltu Trattttuortatton Comnami
HrnitH lavo Hiilmn for l'ortlund Mouduy.
Wntnindav mid Krlduv nt 11 m. i and
Tuesday, Thurmluy mid Haturdny mornings
at i) a. ci. hurt orvniiis cue doiiih lenve
Hu em Tuesilnv. '! htirmluT and Hutunluy
evrmngs at n o clock. Honts leave l on
laud fur Hulem at 0:40 eaca morning.
n A STO R I A
MODBRN WOODMHN OK AMU3RICA Or
gon Odar Cunip. No. 6248, meet ever;
TUursduy eveolng at 8 o'clock In Me
Cornnck hull, corner Ceurt and Liberty
streets. Uliivator aorvlce. Geo. Relnobl
V. f.i J. A. Wright. Clerk.
8AI.KM LODOH Nc , A. V. k A. M.
Stated conimuntuiluiiis first Krlduy I
each month at 7 :30 p. m. In the Musonlc
Temple. L'linSi McCarUr, W. M. ; H. 2
'JNITRO A irnSANS Capital Assembly,
Xo. 81, meets every Thursday at 8 p.
m. in I. (. O. V. hall. C. (). .Matlock,
31. A. C. A Vilibcit Hcorctiuy, Crown
I'rug store, ",T8 Htato street.
CKNTItAL LODfiK, No. 18, K. of P. Mo
Cornnck building. Tuesday evening ol
each week. at 7 :3o. C. M. Harbour, C C.I
W. II. Uilson, K. of H. and 8.
A. O. TJ. W. Piotectlim LodK N. 2
Meets every Monduy evening at 8 In th
McCnrnack hall onrner Court and Libert;
atrects, A. t). Aufruuce, U. W. ; H. A
Mi'KiiAdcn, recorder; A. L. Brown
flounder ; R. U. Duncan, treasurer.
SAI.FTM HUMANE ROCIBTT D. B. Keeler
president; Mrs. Lou Tlllson, aecrctarw
All case of cruelty or neglect of dumi
animal should be reported U th
ocretury for Investigation.
R. N. of A. "Oregon Grape Cunp," No
13C0, meet every Thursday evening Is
McOrnack bulldlns. Court and I.lberti
! street; elevator. Mr. Sylvia Bcbaupp
1701 Market, oracle; Mrs. MHIhb Per
on, recorder, 12t) riortn Lonunerciai
ORBOON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Lt. Halem Train No. Ar. Portlin
4 :83 a. m 2 Owl :56 a. a.
7:16 a. m e 9:28 a a.
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10:40. m 7 125 p. Bh
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Lv. Corvalll Ar. Bles
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Lv. ICugvne, Ar. Baleai
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1:05 p. m 18 Limited ... 4:00p.m.
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Lv. Rnlem. Ar. Bngmd
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10:15a m 5 Limited ....12:25pm.
Lv. Halem Ar. Albaon
12 :C5 p. m. T 1 :00p. m,
Stops it CorrBllla
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Dlt UOLAY COMMANDHIUX, No. 6, S. T.
Regular conclav fourth k'rlday fn eaca
month t 8 o'clock p. in., Is Masonla
Temple, Sojeurnlng Sir Knight ar
courteously Invited to meet with t.
Lot L. I'eurce, B. C, Frank Turner,
OODSON ConNCIL, No. 1. R. 8. M.
luted Biweinlily first Monday In Me
Diunth, Masonic Temple. N. P. Hasmu
en, Thrice Illuitrlou Master 1 tilena C,
8AI.HU COUNCIL NO. 2822 KnlghU sot
Ltdlea of rli-eiirlty Meet every 2nd an.
4th WcdnesdMy esch month t Hun
Hull. Visiting members are Invited t
attend. K. V. Walun, fluaacler, 480 8,
PACIFIC LOIKJH No. 50, A. P. A. M.
Htntcd communications third Kriday
In euch month at 7:30 p. m. Id the
MuhodIc Temple. 111 V. Bolam, W. M.
Urutwt U. Cbuute, aevreUry.
WOOIJMKN OF TUB WORLD Meet every
Friday nlcht at 8 o'clock la Mr'rnck
block. A. J. Bwelntuk, l'C;UI. (jeer,
clerk. 507 Court Htreet I'h'ine 093.
Yick So Tong
CHINE8H MEDIOINB AMD
Ha medicine whloh will tat
Aar known Cliaasa
Opsa Sundays from 10:00 8. 8k
until 8:00 p. m.
159 South High 8trrt.
Smlsm, Oregon. faona 19