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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, IALEM. OKEOON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1913.
PAGE nVR. Clothes of Quality for if r '1 " m '1x1 UAMANTtCO 1, '. . J ' X J Men We permit no lowering of standard; our aim is to offer quality in cloth ing regardless of price. A try on of the sea- son s authentic istyles, made of the best and most popular fabrics, design ed by Ameri ca's foremost and most up-to-date tailors will assure you that a purchase of a suit in our store means that its wearer will keep step with the leader in the army of good dressers. Our suits are ab solutely correct in every detail, full of SMA R T N E S S, DASH and GIN GER and yet not freakish in the slightest degree. Guaranteed all wool suits. Priced from $10 to $30. See our great spe cial values at $12.50 SPORTS MEN'S ELASTIC RIBBED UNDERWEAR, 50c val. 39c BOYS' KNICKERBOCKER PANTS, SPECIAL 50c MEN'S 75cGOLF SHIRTS, SPECIAL 49c. MEN'S $1.00 GOLF SHIRTS, SPECIAL 79c. I The Markets Hops have changed thoir center of Oati movement from Oregon to California, ton. and tlio market there the pant few days has been quito lively. I'ricos have jumped up to 2d centB again and the indications aro they will go consider ably higher. Horst, in his latent bul letin, gives the American crop as fol lows: Oregon, 135,000 bales; Califor nia, 100,000; Washington, 40,000, and New York, 30,000; a grand total of 305, 000. To this he add importations from Europo of 20,000 bales, or in all, 3S5, 000 bales. He estimate tlio amount necessary for American brewers at 275, 000 bains, leaving .)0,000 for export. The European crop is very short, nc ' cording to all reports, and the supply is not sufficient for tlio world's do niand. With these conditions it looks at though hops were cortain to go to top prices. ' Wheat remains unchanged and the demand Is not clamorous. The demand for Oregon prunes is good, and pota toes aro tending upwards, Several car loads have boon sold at $1 the sack. The prevailing price is from (I to (1.10, but this for "fancies," tho common article going at 75 cents. Onions are quoted at ft. 75 f, o. b. at shipping points, and in Portland at $2.15 the sack. No. 1, white, $2525,50 per PORTLAND MARKETS. Grain, Flour, Teed, Etc, Wheat Track prices: Club, 79c; Muoetom, P0(i?ftle; Fortyfold, 80c; Bed Russian, 7Sc; Valley, 80c. Millstufft Dran, $22.00 per ton; short, $24; nudllings,$30. Flour Patents, $1.50 per barrel; straight. $1.50; exports, $.1.55(ci 3.70; valley, $4,511; graham, $4.40; whole wheat, $4.60. Corn Whole, $37; cracked, $38 per ton. Hay FaDey Idaho timothy, $1718; fancy eastern Oregon timothy, $1516j timothy and clover, $1415; timothy and alfalfa, $1315j clover, $8.6010; Barley Feed, $2425 per ton; brew lug, nominal; rolled, $27(o)28. Groceries, Dried Fruits, Etc. Dried Fruits Apples, 0c per lb.; currants, 10c; apricots, 1214e; peach es, 8llc; prunes, Italian, 810c; sil ver, ISc; figs, white and black, 6V4 7Vjc; raisins, loose Muscatel, GV4 7Vjc; bleached Thompson, llc; un bleached Sultanas, 8Mic; seeded, 7'j 8 Vic. Coffee Koasted in drums, I8(a:32c per lb. Nuts Walnuts, lDVic per lb.; Brazil nuts, 20c; filberts, 15c; almonds, 20c; pecans, 17c; cocoanuts, U0c$l per doz. Halt Granulated, $14 per ton; half ground, 100s, $10.25 per ton; COs, $11 per ton. Beans Small white, $(1.00; large white, $4.75; Lima, $8.30; pink, $4.00; red Mexicans, 5c; bayou, $4.40. Hice No. 1 Japan, 55Mic; cheaper grades, 4 Vic; southern head, 60e. Honey Choice, $3.253.75 per case. Sugar Fruit and berry, $5.20; Hono lulu plantation, $5.15; beet, $5; Extra C, $4.70; powdered, barrels, $5.45; cubes, barrels, $5.20. Fruit and Vegetables. (ireen Fruit Apples, 60c(n).t2.25 per box; peaches, 3050e per box; pears, $lft 1.50 per box; grapes, 00cfi$1.50 per crate; Mnlagns, $7.50 er keg; caeabas, 2c er lb.; cranberries, $8.50(5I11 per bbl. fruit, $5.50(S,7 lemons, $8(a9 per box; pineapples, 7e per lb. Tropiral FruiU Oranges, Valencia, $4; navels, $4.505:30; Florida grape fruit, $5.507; lemons, $8.5010 per box; pineapples, 7c per lb. Vegetables Cabbage, 1 Vic per lb.; cauliflower, $lrti)1.25 per dot.; cucum tiers, 40(5 45c per doz.j eggplant, 7e per lb.; head lettuce, $2(i 2.25 per crate; peppers, 5rti7c per lb.; radishes, 0Citl2c per dor..; tomatoes, $1.50 per box; gar lic, 12'io per lb.; sprout, lie per lb.; artichokes, $1.50 per dot.; so,uh, 1 V& oats and vetch, $10(511; cheat, 10(3)11; I per lb.; pumpkins, lii! per lb.; celery, alley grain hay, $10(511. COfti 75c per don. Potatoes Now, 75c$l per ewt.; sweets, $2,25 per crate. Onions Oregon, $2.15 per sack. Dairy and Country Produce. Butter Oregon creamory, solid pack, 30c per lb.; prints, box lots, 34c. Eggs Oregon ranch, 45c per doz. .. Choese Oregon TriplotB, 16 Vic; Dai sies, 17c; Young.America, 18c. Veal Fancy, 13 '(Side per pound Pork Fancy, lie per lb. Provisions. Hams 10 to 12 lbs., 2020Vicj 12 to HIbs., 19(S20c; denies, 14Vlc; cottage roll, 17Vic. Bacon Fancy, S20c; standard, 21V25e; English, 21(?22c. Lard In tierces, choice, 14'ic; com pound, 9c. Dry Salt Moats Backs, dry salt, 13 14c; backs, smoked, l4'-(.15Vic; bellies, dry salt, H'jc; smoked, 16c. Smoked Meats Boof tonguos, 25s; dried beef sets, 22c; outsides, 20c; in side, 23c; knuckles, 21c. Pickled Goods Barrels, pigs feet, $14; regular tripe, $10; honeycomb tripe, $12; lunch tonngues, $22; Iambi' tongues, ('40. Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc. Hops 1913 contracts, 2.'t24c; 1912 crop, nominal. Wool Eastern Oregon, 1016e per lb.; valley, lfl18c. Mohnir Choioe, 2526c por lb. ' II id os Salted, 12e per lb.; salted calf 1017c; salted kip, 12c; salted stag, 6Vic; green hides, HVic; dry hides, 21c; dry calf, No. 1, 25c; dry stags, 12 13Vje. LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKET. Bran, per ton .....$25.00 Shorts, por ton $27.00 Wheat, per bushel .... , 80c Oats, per bushel ...33fi)33c Chittim Bark, per lb 4',4(ffi5c Hay, Timothy ...$15.00 Oats and vetch $12.00 Clover, per ton ...... .....9.00 Cheat, per ton $11.00 Butter and Eggs. fiutterfat, por lb., f. o. b, Salem..- 34c Creamery butter, per lb 35c Country buttor, jwr lb 30c Eggs, per do7.cn 40e Poultry. Fryers 12 Hens, per lb. - 12o SALEM HIGH SCHOOL IS WINNER OF GAME Eliminates Newberg High School From Championship Eace In Hotly Contested Game Here. KEENE MAKES ONLY SCORE SECURED BY LOCAL BOYS Blocks Punt and Buns Forty-Three Yards to Goal Line, and Game Ends With Score 6 to 0. Salem high school took a long stride toward state championship honors yes terday afternoon, when it eliminat ed Newberg high school from the race in a hotly contested game on Willam ette field by the score of 6 to 0. The touchdown that gave Salem the victory was recorded in the second quarter, when Keene, Salem's speedy left end, blocked a punt, and, recover ing the pigskin, ran a clear 43 yards to the goal line. Grosvenor failed to kick goal. The Newberg team is an exceptional ly strong aggregation, and the back field, which averages about 163 pounds, did great work on line, plunges and off tackle smashes. Russell, their lefthalf, was undoubtedly the star of the game, and, although he ran much too high, it seemed impossible to stop him short of 5 or 6 yards, until late in the sec ond half he severely wrenched his knee. For the first half of the contest Sa lem, by Teason of the groat work of Keene in making long, well-placed punts, was successful in keeping the ball in Newberg's territory most of the time, although at the close of the first quarter Newberg had possession of the ball on Salem's 11 -yard lino, and during the first few minutes of the second they advanced it to the 2-yard line. where Salem mustered forces and four terrific onslaughts by the husky New berg baekfield resulted in tho ball go ing to Salem within a few inches of where it reclined at the opening of the game. ' Punts Help Salem. In the Inst half the Newberg hoys seemed to have the advantage in the mattor of gaining ground, although on most occasions, as soon as Salem se cured possession of the ball she punted Keene gaining a clear 15 yards on al most every exchange. Newberg succeeded in getting danger ously near Salem's goal in tho 'final quarter. Several times thov, worked the ball down inside of the 20-vard line, where Salem would brace and hold them for down, Keene making several wonderful kicks in sending tho ball back pant the center each timo that Sa le.ni secured possession For Salem Keene and Grosvcrtor were tho stars, while Tiussell must be given first honors among the Newberg husk Icb. The teams were very evenly matched, and the quick wit and speed of Salem's ends and hacks ore respon siblo for tho victory. Lineup: Newberg Willis, RE; Melrose, 1?T fiemcland, B(l; Sutton C; Allen LO; Karmoin, LT; Butts, LE; Slater, Q; Miller( capt.) 1UI; RuksoII, LIT; JVs- sett, F. Sulem Barnes, LE; McClelland, LT Mercer, LO; Low C; Wilson, BG; Wann ET; Koene, BE; Grosvenor (enpt.) Q; Rmidiill, LIT,; Hhlnchnrt, BH; Bat cliffo, F. Officials Smith, of Chcmawa, ref eree; Colcmnn, umpire; McTnturff head linesman; ITanser, timekeeper. Time of quarters, 15 minutes. BREAKS COAST RECORD. nxiTKD fimhs 1JUSCO wis l Stanford University, Cal., Nov. 8. Jimmy Power, of the Boston Athletic association, broke tho const record for ono mile on the (Stanford track here this afternoon, covering the distance In 4:18 4-5. The former record, 4:20 4 5, was held by Clyde, of the Vnlvemity of Washington. Elimination of many personal injury cases would help a good deal. GIRLISH COMPLEXION NOW EASILY ACQUIRED "A skin of blended snow, cream and rose," is the way an Ohio correspond ent describes her nowly-ao,pi!red com- plehion. She is one who has adopted mercolized wax in place of cosmetic?, massage, steaming and other methods. Many who have tnil this marvelous, wax report that its effects are quite different fiom those of any other treat ment. It produces a complexion of ex quisite girlish naturalness, rather than one bearing evidence of having been artificially "made over." One that is indeed "Nature's own," the result of gradually absorbing dead particles of surface skin, permitting the younger, healthier skin beneath to show itself, and giving its pores a chance to breathe. Mercolized wax, procurable at any drag store in original one-ounce package, is put on at night like cold cream and washed off in the morning. I have also had many favorable let ters from those who have tried the wrinkle-removing face bath which I recommended recently. If any have mislaid the formula, here it is: 1 07. powdered saxolite, dissolved in pint witch hazel. "Natalie," In the Wo man Miliatnt. (Continued from page one.) used, which gives credit for every de tail of the construction of a plant, as well as the methods as shown by the cleanliness. This gives the public an idea of the standing of every place where food is handlod. Why Places Art Rated. 'We cannot take the public through all the places," said the inspector, 'nor is it practical to draw pictures of the places for publication. But we do boliove the public is entitled to the in formation, and to that end we score the places, and, with the aid of the press, the public can be informed. All places that cannot stand the direct rays of the consumer's eye will thus soon be eliminated. The natural hu man greed for money often causes peo ple to become careless and forget the responsibility that rests upon them." Condemns Pies and Sauce. In two plncos in this city the inspect or found it necessary to condemn pies and sauce that had been Infested with flies so badly that they were not fit for food. In other plnces food was ordored to be kept undor cover and screens put up. Some had screens that were not In use. Following is the score, based on a hundred for perfect, np the inspector found the plants in Salnm: Hotels and Restaurants. Hotel Marion ....90.4 Hotel Dilley 74.0 Elite Cafe ' 70.0 Leonard Hotel 03.1 Thompson Lunch Counter 62.5 Modern Bakery Restaurant 01.8 Cottage Hotel 1 01.7 Scott's Restaurant 57.6 Royal Cafotoria 50.S Solom Ilotel 52.2 Whito nouse Restaurant Ii4.: Cor.y Kitchen 53 ft White Swan Restaurant 50.9 Salem Restaurant 50.2 Electric Restaurant 42.5 South Commercial Jnp Noodle Houso 41.9 Oregonion Restnunint .'IS.3 Smith Short Order Lunch .HO", Bakeries. Rnlem Royal Bakery , 70.0 Salem Bakery fl". Modern JinVcry 58.2 Cnllforiii.i Bakery 3-1.2 Csndy Kitchens. Spa K4.2 Belle's Confectionery ... .7.1.1 Cherry City Cnndy Co 56 2 Zinn's Confectionery " 41.2 Dairies. Clover Leaf Dairy 82.2 Oak Tark TViiry 7D.7 Fail-mount DRiry ,...67.8 MftrltoM snd Slaughter Houttea. E. C. Cro-i- & Son 81 1 Stonnloff Bros 7;'.P Independent Market .....'17.9 E. O. Moll, West Salem 36.5 7 r lit Saturday L Boys' Bay I This is the one day of the week ' when you should bring the boy to ' , Barnes' Cash Store for a good, warm" " suit. You know he must have what his school mates have and that's where X the other boy got his suit, if it's a nob- Dy one. Ever see theraf Such style why the mannish tailored effect would make any boy glad to go to school; and they're school proof, too. Boys Punt With' a BUSTER BROWN SliOE. They are winners always because they 're made right, and made out of the right kind of stuff. Better see us about them today before you play the next game. Always Back Up a BustSr Brown I BLUE M rt ribbon,, I.' 1 H SHOES 1 II George Fendrich "...36.4 B. Edwards 16.0 Markets Having No Slaughter Houses. J. B. Graettingor 77.6 F. P. Farrington 71.0 II. W. Thiolsen 68.4 Chas. Gischel '. 66.4 W. n. Hunt & Sons 42.4 O. E. Price 42.4 E. O. Moll, West Salem '. 30.5 ROASTS MBS. PANKHTJRST AS ONE AFTER MONEY ONITSD raSSB LS1BID WIBS.'l Pooria, 111., Nov. 8. Mrs. Cnthorlno Waugh McCullogh, among the most prominent delegates 'at the ' Illinois 1 .1 " Equal Suffrage Asosciation, in con vention here, laughed today when asked if it wore true that Mrs. Pank hurst was asked to attend the gather- - "That's the best joke of the conven-. tion," she said: 'Evorybody' knows WO did not want Mrs. Pnnkhurat to come to America. She came only to get money. The government advertised her by stopping her at Ellis Island. She , gained more notoriety by that than if she had had ton husbands, and lost them. - "Peopte pay $2.50 to hear her ta1k,N became she's been in jail, and had a tube inserted in her nose. I refused to sit on the same platform-." Roosters, per lb 8c Steers. Steers 'B( Cows, per cwt 45c Hogs, fat, per lb 89' Stock ogs, per lb 7 to 7V4 Ewes, per lb ' pring lambs, per lb Vj(tff Veal, according to quality llf$13e Ptts. Dry, per lb. 8c halted country pelts, each .. 65c$l Lamb fits each .....-.... 8' m t Order your . tea by name England's favorite for over ,., 70 years A Scarcity of Good Stenographers Many Salem business men are in immediate need of experienced stenographers and typists and they are willing to pay liberally those who can do their work ac curately. Frequently these men consult the "Situations Wanted" Columns of The Capital Journal. In fact this is made a part of the daily routine in some offices. So, if you are an efficient stenographer or typist, and are seeking employment, it will be well for you to write a littlo advertisement, stating what you can do. In The Capital Journal there is 1 department devoted to "Situations Wanted." It is open to everybody. The only thing you need to do to share its benefits is to write an ad telling all about yourself, the kind of place you are seeking and the salary you are willing to work for. You can tell the story well and still economize in words. Write your ad as you would a telegram. Then order it inserted in The Capital Journal. Main 82 mm APEX M A CTED WIT'twsiwrsifwipiiimiwejsMyv'wir " ' ''V" 'Hull 1i Jm i mm 'Mt,.iiJmi Jifi--"1 L"' .-...wASJ:lAtfc-JLta1A.ii.x.-,.i. U II ei n u M n u n n n ti si ti GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION. WE ARE PREPARED TO MEET THE PRICE ON ANY GOOD BRAND OF PLASTER. GIVE IT A TRIAL. SPAULDING LOGGING COMPANY FRONT AND FERRY. PHONE 1830 hlts)MKJMMtfcsttMsktsisMs sslsalsisMMhUMsWIiiisninft 1 n I! it ti u ii M M 11 II M M II M n M 11 f 1 II II II II ti u M ii n u M n R1