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DAILV CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON", MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1010.
J2XGLISH COAL MINK OPERA
TORS CONTEMPLATE LOOKING
OUT 200,000 MINIMIS IN AN EF
FORT TO REACH AN AGREE
rUNtTED PRESS LEASED WIRfS.1
Cardiff, Wales, Sept. 19. Twelve
thousand miners from the Cambrian
colliery trust struck today. Tha
strike temporarily closes all the
mines supplying coal to the British
navy. The strikers in walking out
violated the orders of the leaders of
the unions. The federation of mine
owners is considering locking out
200,000 men as a result of the trou
ble. If this action is taken by the
mine -owners, one of the most se--1otts
labor disputes of recent year
In England may begin. The action
mf the men in quitting In spite of
the efforts of tho heads of their or
ganization to keep them at work,
gives the operators a chance to
make a winning fight against the
unions, It Is believed, and anti-union
sentiment which hri been crystallz
ing among tho mine owners may
how itself In a general lock out or
der, brought on tho grounds of al
leged violation of contracts. '
The labor situation throughout
England Is regarded somewhat criti
cal and the strike has caused wide
comment and is receiving close at
tention from all parts of England.
STREET CAR AND
A collision between a State street
car and an automobile took place at
the intersection of State & Liberty
streets, about 9:30 o'clock last night,
out no damage was done, except for
the smashing of theHamps, and one
front mud-guard and the slight spring
Ing of the front axle of tho automo
bile. No blame is attached to either
the motornian or the driver of the
auto, and the accident wis of the
class known as unavoidable, under
the circumstances. H, Hockenyes, of
Medford, owner and driver of the
Buick car, was driving slowly down'
State street with a party on his way
to the garage. Street car No. 52, on
the Yew Park line, Glenn Taylor, mo
tornian, was approaching from the
cast. Ho saw the car turn to cross
the track, and shut off the power,
and when the auto stopped, with a
clear track, Taylor turned on the
juice again and proceeded on his way
lmt when within a few feet of it tho
auto rolled out upon the track and
the front of It was struck by tho slowly-moving
cur. Mr. Hockenyes lays no
Tjlamo for the accident upon tho.mo
torman, as ho says tho clutch of his
auto would not work, and the auto
ran out upon tho street in spite of
STREET CAR SERVICE
A CREDIT TO MANAGERS
Much toward the success of the
state fair, and the pleasure attendant
upon it, was contributed by the Port
land Railway, Light & Power Com
pany, and also the Portland, Eugene
& Eastern street car lines, for the
prompt, uninterrupted and continu
ous service afforded the great crowds-
ln transportation to and from thd
grounds. Especial credit is due, the
P. R., L. & P. Co's local management
for the excellent service rendered. A
five-minute service, with ample ac
commodations for all. was maintained
throughout tho week, and particular
ly during tho heavy rush of the traf
fic, which was not interreupted for n
minute or marred by a single accident
during tho entire week, which is lit
tle short of marvelous, and was due to.
the careful attention to detail, both
on the part of the management and of
every man In the company's employ.
The company provided meals and
beds for tho boys at the barn, whose
very want and comfort was catored
to with painstaking cam with the
result that tho highest quality of
sorvlce wis rendered, and rendered K
NEW HAVEN TODAY
(UNITED I'nKsa LVASED WIBE.
New Haven, Conn., Sept. 19.
President Taft arrived today In his
private car and was In attendance at
the meeting of the Yale corporation
called to debato the proposed In
crease of the faculty's salaries.
While no announcement of definite
action being taken was made, it is
believed that tha propoaed lncreaae
met with favor. President Taft
will leave tonight for Cincinnati!.
"Can be depended upon" la an ex
prHMton we ll like to hear, and
-when it la used in connection with
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Dinrrhoea Remedy it means that it
never falls to cure diarrhoea, dysen
tery or bowel complaints. It is pleas
ant to take and equally valuable fori
rhiMren and adults. Sold by alii
4t 4t 4 4 J to V fc
rj ff gf Jjs Jfi 3 JS 9fi tfi 9ft 9fi
Wheat Track prices, oxport ba
sis; Bluestem, 90c; club, 84c; red
Russian, 82c; Valley, 88c; 40-fold,
87c; Turkey red, 84 90c.
Flour Patenu, ?s.35 per barrel;
straights, $4.304.95; -export, $4'
Valley, $5.40; graham, $5; whole
wheat, quarters, J 5.20.
Barley Feed and brewing,
$21.50 3 22.25 per ton.
Hay Track prices: Timothy,
Willamette Valley, $19 20 per ton;
Eastern Oregon, $2122; alfalfa,
new, $1510; grain hay, $1413.
Corn Whole, $32; cracked, $33
MUIstuffs Bran, $23824 per.
ton,' middlings, $34; shorts, $25
2C; rolled barley, $2425.50.
Oats White, $27.50 per ton.
Vegetables! una Fruits.
Green Fruits Apples, new 50c
$1,25 per box; plums, 4075c per
box; pears, 75c$1.25 per box;
peaches, boxes, 40 75c; lugs; $1.10
1.25; grapes, 50c $1 per box, 20
25c per basket; cranberries,
$8.50 per barrel.
Melons Watermelons, $1 1.25
per hundred; cantaloupes, $11,50
Tropical Fruits Oranges, $4.50
4.75; lemons, $C7.50; grape
fruit, $44.50 per box; bananas,
51c per pound; pineapples, Cc par
Vegetables Artichokes, 60 75c
per dozen; beans, 3 5c per pound;
cabbage, 2c per pound; caull-
.flower, $1.50 per dozen, cucumbers,
25 40c per box; celery 90c per doz,
corn, 12 15c doz.;( celery 90c doz.;
per pound; hothouse lettuce; 60$1
per box; garlic, 8 10c per pound;
horseradish 12 c per pound; green
onions, 15c per dozen; peas, 5c; pep
pers, 6c per pound; radishes,
1520c per dozen; squash, 40c per
crate; rhubarb,' 2c per lb.; tomatoes,
30 60c per box.
Sack Vegeiairtes Carrots, $l(g
1.25; beets, $1.50; parsnips, $1
1.25; turnips, $1.
Potatles New, $1.25 per hun
drcd; sweet potatoes, 2c per lb.
Onions New, $1.50 per- sack.
Dairy and Country Produce.
Butter City creamery, solid
pack, 35 36c per lb.; butter fat,
36c per lb.; country store butter,
24c per lb.
Eggs Oregon current receipts,
30 31c; candled, 3'435c per doz.
Cheese Full cream, twins, 17V&C
per lb.; Young America ,18 c
Poultry Hens, 17c; springs, 17c;
ducks, white, 16 17c; geese,
2225c; turkeys, live, 20c;
dressed, 22 25c; squabs, $3 per
Pork Fancy, 13c per lb. ,
Veal Good, up to 140 lbs., 11c.
Groceries, Dried Fruits, Etc.
Dried fruit Apptes, 10c per lb.;
peaches, 7c; prunes, Italians, 5
7c; prunes, French, 5 7c; cur
rants, 13 c; apricots, 11 14c;
dates, fancy black, 7c; choice black,
Salmon Columbia River, 1-lb.
tails, $2.10 per doz.; 2-lb, tails,
$2.95; 1-lb. flats, $2.25; Alaska
pink, 1-lb. talis, $1; red 1-lb. talis,
$1.60; sockeye, 1-lb. talis, $2.
Coffee Mocha, .24 28c; Java,
ordino-y, 17 20c; Costa Rica, fan
cy, 1820c; good, 1618c; ordi
nary, 12 16c per lb.
Nuts Walnuts, ISc per lb.; Bra
zil nuts, 1416c; filberts, 16c:
uimonds, 17c; pecans, 19c; cocoa
nuts, 90$1 per dozen.
Salt Granulated, $15 per ton;
half-ground, 100s, $18.50 per ton;
50s, $19 per ton.
Beans Small white, 5c; larg3
white, 4c; Lima, 5c; pink,
7J4c; red Mexicans, 7c; bayou, 7c.
Sugar Dry granulated, fruit and
berry, $6,25; beet, $6.05; extra O,
$5.75; golden C, $5.05; yellow D,
$5.65; cubes (barrels), $5.65; pow
dered, $6.50; Domino, $10.40
$16.90 per case. Terms on remit
tances within 15 days deduct J,4c
per lb., if later than 15 and within
30 days, deduct c per lb. Maple
sugar, 15 18c per lb.
Rico No. 1 Japan, 4?ic; cheaper
grades, $3.50 4.55; Southern head,
Honey Choice, $3.25 3.50 per
case; strained, 7c per lb.
Hams 10 to 12 pounds, 19 c;
12 to 14 pounds, 19c; 14 to 16 lbs.,
19c; 18 to 20 pounds, none, skinned,
20c; picnics, 14c; cottage roll,
Bacon Fancy, 29c; standard,
27c; choice, 25c; English, 21 23c.
Smoked Meats Beef tongues,
75c; dried beef sets, 22c; outstdes,
20c; insidos, 23c; knuckles, 22c.
Dry Salt Cured Regular short
dears, dry salt, 16a; smoked,
18c; backs, light, salt, 16 c;
smoked, ISc; baoks, heavy salt, 16c:
smoked, 17o; export bellies, salt,
17o; smoked, 18 a
Pickled Goods Barrels. pigs'
feet, $16; regular tripe, $10; honey
comb tripe, $12; Ityieh tongues, $22,
la nibs' tongues, $40.
Lard Tens: Kettle rendered.
164c; standard pure, 14Ko; choice
13Kc: shortening, 18c.
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc.
Hops 1909 crop, 10 11c; ne-
cording k quality; oias, nominal;
1910 crop, 13 c.
Wool Eastern Oregon, 13 17c
lb; Valley, 1719e per lb.
Mohair Choice, 32 33c per lb
Cascara Bark 4c per lb.
Hides Salted hides, 77o per
lb.; salted calf, 13c; salted kip, 8c;
salted stags, 6c; green hides, lc less;
dry hides, 16Vi17c; dry calf, 17(0
18c; dry stags, 11 12c.
Pelts Dry, 10 V&c; salted, butch
ers take-off, $1.15 1.40; Spring
lambs, 25 45c.
Grain Bags In carlots, 5?fcc
Linseed Oil Pure raw In barrels,
$1.01; kettle boiled, In barrels,
$1.03; raw, iu cases, $1.06; kettle
boiled, in cases, $1.08. Lots of 250
gallons, 1 cent less per gallon.
Turpentine In cases, 88c; in
wood barrels, 85 c.
Coal Oil Water wnlto in drums,
Iron white in drums of Iron barrels,
14c; union keroseno In cases, 2-5c,
2 8c; oleum keroseno in cases, 2-53,
21c; Aurora kerosene in cases, 2-5s
GASOLINE Union gasoline in
bulk 18c; union gasoline In cases,
2-5s, 25c; union motor spirit in
bulk, 18c; union oter spirit in
cases,' 2-5s, 25c. No. 1 engine dis
tillate in Iron drums, 8c; No. 1
engine distillate in cases, 2-5s,
15c;; V., M. & P., naptha In Iron
drums or barrels, 15c; V., M. & P.
naptha in casc3, 2-Bs, 22c.
Benzine Union benzine In Iron
drums or barrels, 16c; union boa-
zlno in cases, 2-5s. 23c; union
stove distillate in Iron drums, 7c.
Local Wholesale market.
Flour, hard wlieat $5.55
Flour, valley $4.80
Mill feed, bran $27.50
Shorts . $29.00
Wheat, bushel 88c
Oats, bushel 36c
Hops, new , 13 16c
Hops, 1909 cro..p 9c12
Chittim bark 44c
Potatoes', bu 60c
Apples bushel 50 60c
Butter mid Eggs.
Butter, creamery 37o
Eggs 2 8c
Butter fat 30c
Butter, country 32c
Broilers and fryers 15c
Roosters (young) 15c
Roosters (old 7c
Ducks 12 c
Steers (under 1000 lb) .. .$4.50 5
Steers (1000 to 1200 lb)..$44
Cows. . $3 4
Hogs, fat 99c
Spring lambs ....8c
Veal, according to quality 10c
K Ant O ADS.
SOUTHERN PACTFIO TIME TABLE
No. 5 .
Effective Sundn January 1, 1010
Nc. 16 Oregon Erpress. . . .5:15 a.m.
No 18 Portland Passenger 7:43 i, m.
20 Portland Passenger 2:56 p.m.
14 Portland Express. .8:20 a.m
12 Shasta Limited. ..12:35 p.m.
13 San Francisco Exp.. 3: 31 a.m.
19 Ashland Passenger 10:59 a.m.
17 Roseburg Passenger 6:45 p.m.
No. 15 California Express. .9:56 p.m.
No. 11 Shasta Limited ...7:43 p.m.
No. 226 Way Freight ....9:50 a.m.
No. 222 Portland Fast Ft. 10:46 p.m.
No. 225 Way Freight. .. .12:35 p.m.
No. 221 Po tland Fast Frt. 2:43 a.m
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Local Leaves For
Portland and inter 6:40 a.m
Portland-Hlllsboro inter . . 8:55 a.m.
Portland and inter 11:15 a.m.
Portland and inter ....
Port., Tualatin, Hillsboro
Portland and inter ....
Portland and inter
I .oca I Arrive From,
Portland and Inter 8:25 a.m.
Portland-Hlllsboro inter.. 9:50a.m.
Port., Hillsboro, Tualatin. 10:45 a.m.
Portland and inter 1:00 p.m
Portland-Hlllsboro intor. . 4:00 p.m.
Portland and inter 6:60 p.m.
Portland and inter...;.. 8:30p.m.
Portland Theater train. .10:40 p.m
Salem, Falls City & Western Ry
Leave West Salem ror:
Dallas, Falls City and Black Rock
9:00 a. m
Dallas, Falls City and Black Rock
1:30 and 4:35 p. in.
Sunday Trains for:
Dallas & Black Rock
9:00 a. m. and 1:35 p. in.
Trains Arrive at West Salem from
Dallas 8:16 a. m
Black Rook and Dallas , .12:20 p. m
Falls City 4:15 p. m.
How Good News Spreads.
"I am 70 years old and travel
most of the time." write B. F. To'.
son, of Elisabethjtown, Ky. "Every
where I go I recommend Electric
Bitters beeause I own my excellent
health and vitality to them. Th
effect a cure every time." They
never fall to tone the stomaoh, reg
ulate the kidneys and bowels stim
ulate the liver. Invigorate the nerves
and purify the blood. They work
wonders for weak, run-down men
and women, restoring strength, vlg
i r and health that's a dally Joy.
Try them. Only 50c. Satisfaction
' positively guaranteed by J. O.
Copyright, itjoq, by Metropolitan Syndicate,
Suppose you faced an audience
them with money In their pockets ,all ready to do business. Supposa
you had the platform with everyone of theso ten thousand people
ready to listen attentively to what you say to them. Would you keep
silent? Wouldn't you be foolish if you turned your back and walked off
that .platform without" lotting those iieoiilo know what kind of business
proposition, you were ready to make to them. Well, that's exactly the
kind of big business opportunity that is open to you every day. Tho
audience includes every reader of The JOURNxVL. You've time to make
up your mind what you will say to them. Are you going to miss your
chance? Put your offer in a Munnimnker ad. and v see that tho ad.
gets In In time for tomorrow's JOURNAL.
Dear Mr. Munnlmaker,
Care of tho Journal Classified Columns.
The Journal readers are certainly buyers. I had a Munnimnker ad
vertisement a few days ago and have sold every article I advertised.
Yours truly, A. SELLER.
Write Mr. Munnlmaker, care o
whenever you want anything.
Gapltal Journal "Want Ads" Bring
One cent a word for first Insertion.
One-half cent a word for each Insertion
thereafter. No advertisement taken for
less than 25c. Count six words to the
FOR SALE Good 1 H. P. Staver
gasoline engine, cheap'. Inquire
at 178 South Liberty St. 5-22-tt
WOOD FOR SALE Now Js tho
time to buy your wood, while it is
cheap. Summer delivery. Ash,
oak and fir. Slddall & Eaton, 570
North Liberty. Phone 1663.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Eight-
room house on Court street 125
foot front, 165 feet deep; strictly
modern, sewer connections, elec
tric lights, etc. Everything in
finest condition. Enqu.re of Mell
Hamilton, 357 Stato St. 7-2-tf
FOR SALE 2 modern residences on
Chemeketa street, at a bargain.
Apply 344 State St. 7-15-tf
FOR SALE 30 pair homer pigeons.
James McGinnls, Route 4. Phone
Farmors 9X-7 9-16-lw
FOR SALE Two dozen buff Or
pington hens, thoroughbred. Call
at L. U. Josse, 491 North Cottago
FOR SALE Good electric piano,
reasonable. Call at onco at Glenn
Allen rooming houso, corner Lib
erty and Ferry afreets. 9-16-lw
10 ACRE TRACT FOR SALE. $5.00
per aero down and balance $1.00
per aero per month. This la r.s
flno a tract as thoro Is In the
country and has an excellent
Homer H. Smith, Room 5, Mc
Cormick Bldg. 8-13-tf
GOOD HOME For sale cheap. For
particulars seo owner on place.
504 Belmont St., Salem, Oregon.
FOR SALE A secondhand Cudilac
and a secondhand Auburn cheap.
Salom Auto Garago. Phone 38G.
FOR SALE An acre of first clas
garden land closo to city limits.
Is so located that It can be irri
gated If desired. Just right foi
colory and other garden truck
Easy terms it taken at once. Ad
dross F. S. Burns, caro of Journal
tfNAP. SNAP, SNAP A new hunga
low for sale, close in. City water
tollst, wash stand, etc. Cabinet
kitchen. Five-rooms with usual
closets. Basement, cement walks
electric lights and fixtures.
Small payment down, balance on
monthly Installments. Homer II
Smith. Room S, McCormack Bldg
Phone 88. , 9-10-tt
fAM S HILLING tha W Vacuum
Cleaner made, "The Success."
Call at my home, 1590 Ferry
street, and see demonstration.
Miss L. E. Qoodhue. G-l-lmo
of ten thousand people every one of
The Journal, or 'phono him No. 82,
FOR SALE (Continued)
HERE IS SOMETHING GOOD 48
acres adjoining O. & E. track at
Waconda station. 12 acres in En
glish walnuts, 16 acres ' cleared,
balance In brush. $165 per aero.
$3,000 down, balance In terms to
suit. It will pay you to seo me
about this. Homor H. Smith,
Room 5, McCormack Bldg. Phono
FOR SALF, Good surrey and dou
ble driving harness. L. U. Josse,
491 North Cottago stroot. 9-17-3t
FOR SALE Good
North Front stroot.
FOR SALE 2 Nacres, 2 blocks
from South Commercial carllna.
Price, $1,125. Address 'Q"-3,
caro Journal. 9-17-3t
WANTED AT ONCE One chamber
maid, 2 waitresses, 2 cooks, girls
for general housework, man and
wife for dairy farm, men for farm
and sawmill work. A. C. Smith &
Co., 544 Stato St. Phono 1507.
WANTED At once, a girl to help
with houso work In family. Ad
dress Z, caro Journal, 9-1-tf
WANTED Sever diggers, $2.50, 9
hours, 13th and Marlon streets.
GREEN PRUNES WANTED to dry
at White dryer, ono milo west of
Liberty store. Will buy, dry on
shares or- for hiro, good-sized
fruit. Phono Farmors 36-X7 or
nddress Box 71 , R. F. D, No. 3.
Honry A. Townsond. 9-13-tf
Hotol; stoady work.
Sal o in
WANTED Small furnished house,
family of two; will take suitable
place for year or moro. Address
"C," Journal office. 9-16-tf
WANTED Girl or woman for gon
oral housework. Exporlonco not
required. Mrs. J, A. Carson, 023
South High St. Phono Main 95.-
GIRLS WANTED Apply at Rod
gers Paper company. 9-17-3t
LOST Three largo cuts of tho Fix
turo room, tho Plating room and
tho Assembling room of Electric
Fixture and Supply Co., by Jour
nal Ad. solicitor. Roturn to thli
office for reward. 7-22-tf
FOR RENT o-room modern houte,
2365 East State street. Apply at
Rosteln & Greenbaum's. 7-26-tf
COR RENT We have some good
houses to rent. Dechtel & Dynon,
S47 State St. 8-15-l.f
WO It RBNT OHlces heretofore oc
cupied by Dr. Rtebardso. In
quire Room I, McConnsak Bldg.
Try a Journal Want Ad
THE PEO PEL'S MARKET Tha
perfect satisfaction of our custom
ers Is shown by the way they are
constantly bringing us now cus
tomers, who, llko tho others, are
well pleased with ourlow prices,
cleanllnoss, and generous slices,
the promptness and caro which la
given each order. Call or phono
370 and let us please you also.
173 So. Commercial. J. Hansen,
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT tho big now
and second hand store of E. L
Stiff & Co. for household goods
If you buy, the price Is right; If
you want to sell your goods, phone
941. Best prtco paid. Cor. Court
& Liberty. Stoves and ranges
now and second hand. 8-13-tf
SAVE YOUR TROPHIES from rod
and gun and havo them mounted
truo to lifo. Rug work, game
heads, all kinds of taxidermy.
Express shipments given prompt
attention. C. A., Corblt. Red
Tannery, south end Yew Park
oarllno. ' 8-22-lyr
FRANK E. CHURCHILL Represent
ntlvo of tho Western Consp-vatory-
of Music of Chicago, will resume
classes In piano, sight reading, har
mony, etc., on and after Septem
ber 2-6 Studio room 9 opera house
building. Phono 1100. S-10-tf
BUTTE & WENDEROTH Flat
wines .liquors and cigars. We hun
dlo tho celebrated Kellogg urn
Castlo whiskies. Cool and rr
freshing beer constantly
draught. South Commercial St.
SALEM WATER COMPANY Offlee
city hall. For water servlco applj
at office. Bills payable monthlj
G. F. MASON BOX COMPANY
247 Miller street, South Salem;
manufacturers of all kinds o
boxes, crates and fruit dryer ac
cessories. Phone 308. ti
ELLIS & WOOD Real estate
loans and lnsuranco, notary pub
lic, employment bureau. Pbent
654. 476 Court St., Salem. Ore
gon. Ticket office Hamburg-American
steampshlp lines. 11-1-lyi
PIANO TUNING Lutellus L.
Woods, tuning, polshlng, repair
ing. Telephone 984. Shop 6S0
N. Winter St. 8-2-lyi
STEAMER INDEPENDENCE -
Dally between Salem and Indepen
dence. Leaves O. O. T. dock Sa
lem, 7:30 a. m. and 4 p. ,m.; re
turning leaves Independence 9:30
a. m. and 6 p. m. Connects both
ways with motor to Monmouth
and Dallas. Excursions and tow
ing dono at reasonable rates.
Frank Skinner, master.
SALEM HUMANE 8O0IETY Dr.
W. H. Byrd, president; Mrs. H.
W. Meyers, vice-president; Ed.
Gllllngham, secretary. Executlvi
committee: Rev. Barr G. Leo,
Miss Kittle Moore, Mrs. E. Hofor.
Cqbos of cruelty to animals should
be reported to tho Society for In
vestigation. FOR CEMENT, GRAVEL CRUSHED
rock and cement blocks, soe Salem
Construction Company,-179 South
Commercial stroot. 7-19-tf
THE HIGHLAND LAUNDRY has
again opened for busincsu undor
tho old management. All work
called for and delivered, work
manship guaranteed. E. E. Wal
lace, proprietor. Phono 403.
LIVERY St ABLE.
POST OFFICE LIVERY STABLE
and Sale Stable. Flno turnouts.
Good sorvlce. Second hand rigs
for sale. E. E. Gillian, Prop.
254 Forry St. For a rig tolophone
RED FRONT LIVERY AND SALE
stable Quick and satisfactory
service, good turnouts. When
anything In tho livery and board
ing lino Is wanted, call up Phono
Main 70. J. W..Bowen, Prop,
271 Chemeketa St. 8-9-tf
H. O. MEYER & CO. Tho best and
largest shop In tho city. Sis
first-class barbers. Only flrat-claat
bootblack In city; porcelain bath
ard everything pertaining to a first
clcss shop. Also carry a full Una
of cigars and tobacco and barbers'
supplies. 162 Commercial stroot
next door to Statesman office
BUTTERNUT BREAD It Is worts
more than nuy other bread, yet
the prlco Is no higher. For salt
at your grocer's. California Bas
err. Thomas & Cooloy. Props
PAINTERS, PAPER HANGERS.
PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER
Estimated made and flraUclBsi
work dono. I. D. Driver, 611
North Capitol street, Salem. Or
Phone 920. fl-an-u
PAPER HANGER First-class work
and reasonable prices. Fred Cor
rodl, 325 Center street. 9-81m
THEO,. M, BAttR Plumbing, hot
water and steam noatlng and tin
ning, 164 Commercial St. Phone,
Main 192, 8-1-lyr
OTTO MUELLHAUPT Plumbing,
heating, gas fitting; prices reas
onable; work guaranteed; esti
mates furnished. Phone S72
ao66 Chemeketa street 4-17-tf
SALEM TRANSFER CO. Succes
sors to Cummins Bros. Transfer
order? for transferring promptly
attended to. We also carry a line
t)f building material, plaster, ce
ment, lime, building blocks and
faniy coment blocks.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY For a
few gentlemen or ladies, to get In
on tho ground floor of a splendid
manufacturing proposition (Incor
porated). Our stock will double
in value In less than n year, and
profits will bo enormous. Only a
few thousand dollars more needed
to rebuild factory on our slto In
Salem, which, when tho 42 new
automatic machines now ordered
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Wo will manufacture our patented
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furniture, step ladders, sash,
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How much stock do you want
Must know at once, as wo will bo
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SALEM GRANGE NO. 17, PATRONS
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Saturday of each month, at 10:2s
a. m VIsItlns and sojourning
members welcome. F. A. Myers,
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MODERN WOODMEN of AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246.-
Meets every Thursday evening at
8 o'clock lu Holman Hall. W. W.
Hill, Counsel; F. A. Turner, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF WORLD Meet 6T
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In Holman Hall. Dv P. Newman, O
0.; L. H. Fletcher, Cerk. 1-10-09
A. O. U. W. PROTECTION Lodge
No. 2 meets every Monday even
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Hall, corner Stato and Liberty Sts.
George P. Litchfleid, M. W. A,
Eugeno Autronc, Recorder,
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N. P. Rasmussen Ex. High Priest;
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UNITED ARTISANS Capital As
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evening In I. O. O. F. Temple.
Mrs. Ida L. Nlles, M. A. S. It.
Vail, secretary, 168 S. Cottage
street. Phone 1214. 7-23-tf
PACIFIC LODGE, fJO. 50, A. F. A
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M. State communication on
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p. m., in Masonic hall, McCornack
block. Goo. II. Dunsford, W.
M.; John Bayno, secretary.
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