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VAXLJ. CAKTAJ.. JOUHAL, SALEM. fiXtOOX,. SATTODAT,, rEBEUASY 28, H14.
was1 ma QpthingJ 2fi!da: I! f Quality o for Men Our new uit and overcoats reflect all that U new and de sirable in the 1914 spring styles The most popular and best fab rics have been utilized and America's best tailors and de signers have been employed to . create finished models that spell SATISFACTION all thru and thru, Step in and have a TRY-ON -You'll Be Pleased Special 10c Percales SATURDAY ONLY 7cyard This is less than the whole sale cost. SATURDAY ONLY IRON GLAD HOSIERY 18c and 15c values 1 I 4 1 2 a pair New Haberdashery Snappy Up-to date haberdashery, new neckwear, new gloves J ........ . L IT mil new 01111 aa LiVCJ J m thing that the most critical either in style or quality J demand. t ' The Markets Wheat moved more freely Friday than j Wool Eastern Oregon, 1018c pej for some time, many lots passing ort of jib.; valley, 1618e. the farmers' hands. The market is very tirm, and some of the dealers who have been on the bear Bide of the mar ket admit that prices are strengthening. Alohair Choice, 2627c. LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKET. Hay, Timothy 15.00 Bran, per ton 25.00 There is a good european demand, and Shorts, per ton $27.00 many of the sales are for this market. California is buying, but in a hand-to-mouth way. At present prices there is no' Oriontal demand. The' egg market is firm with no lowering of prices. Se attle is in the market again, and there is a good demand from Alaska behind this. A shipment of about 6000 cases from China reached Scatle Friday, and will be sent to San Francisco. Hops are unchanged and quoted at 16 to 17 cents. Among the deals re ported Friday was one of 400 bales at Mem, the McMahon lot, at 17 to 17 cents. PORTLAND MARKETS. Wheat Track prices: Club, 89c; Blue stem, i)!)c; Fortyfold, 90; Ked Russian, 68c; Valley, 90c. Millstuffs Bran, 2230 per ton, shorts $24.50; middlings, $30. Flour Patents, $4.60 per barrel; straights, $4.00; exports, $3.653.80; valley, $4.60; graham, $4.60; whole Wheat, $4.80. Corn Whole, 33.50;. cracked, $35 per ton. Hay Fancy Idaho timothy, $16.50; fancy eastern Oregon timothy, $14.00; timothy snd clover, $141S; timothy snd alfalfa, $1315; clover, $8.5010; oats and vetch, 1011; cheat, 10U; valley grain hay, $1213.50. 0t No, 1, white, $2525.50 per ton. Barley Feed, 22.50 per ton; brew ing, nominal, rolled, $25. Groceries, Dried Fruits, Etc. Dried Fruits Apples, 10c per lb.; currants, 10c; apricots, 1214c; peach es, 8llc; prunes, Italian, 810c; sil ver, 18c; figs, white and black, 6 7VjC( raisins, loose Muscatel, 6V4 7Mc; bleached Thompson, llc; u bleachcd Sultanas, SVie: seeded, 7Mi 8VjC. Fruits and 'vegetables. Green Fruit Apples, 5$2.2.j per box; grapes. Mnlngns, $7.50((i9 per kog; Emperors, $4 per keg; cranberries, $12 12.50 per barrel; pears, $l(a1.50. Tot aloes New, ROfiiWc per cwt.; sweets, $2.25 per crate. Onions Oregon, $3.23(33.50 per per sack. Dairy and Country Produce. Butter Creamery prints, extra, 30c per pound; cubes, 2027c. Eggs Oregon ranch, 21c per do7en. Cheese Oregon Triplets, 21c; Dai sies. 17c; Young America, 18o. Veal Fancy, 14Ti'14Uc per pound. Fork Fancy, lie per lb. Provisions. Hams 10 to 12 pounds, 1819c 141bs., 1920c; picnics, 14cj cottage roll, 17V,c. Bacon Fancy, 2627c; stsndsrd, lSi7tl!e; English. 21(if22c. Lard In tierces, choice, HVje; com pound. Pie, Hops, Wool, Hide, Eta Hops 1913 contracts, 16Hi17c; 1911 contracts, 15c. Wheat, per bushel 90c Oats, per buBhcl .. 32c Chittim Bark, per lb 4Vj5c Oats and vetch $13.50 Clover, per ton $1011 Cheat, per ton $13.00 Buttet and Eggs. Butterfat, per lb., f. o. b. Salem....28c Creamery butter, per lb 29c HEggs 16c Poultry. Hens, per lb 14c RooBters( per lb - 8c Steers. Steers 78c Cows, per cwt 45c Hogs, fat, per lb 8&9c Stock ogs, per lb 7 to 7t Fwes, per lb . ..4c Spring lambs, per lb 4y5a Veal, according to quality, ....ll(5'13e Pelts. Dry, per lb 8 Salted country pelts, each 65c$l Lamb pelts each . 25c PROPOSALS INVITED. The undersigned will receive bids up to 5 o'clock r. m., Monday, March 2, 1914, for a twin cylinder motorcycle. Said bidB shall include bids on the city's single cylinder "Indian" motor cycle, to apply on purchase price of new machine. The city reserves tho right to reject any or all bids in the interest of the city. CHAS. F. ELGIN, City Recorder. $100 Reward, $100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only f naltlve cure now known to the medical raternlty. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treat ment. Hall s Catarrh Cure la taken In ternally, aotlnK directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, there by destroying the foundation of the dis ease, and Riving me pattern nireiiKHi i.y building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have so much fnlth In Its curative pow ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Sena for list of testimonials. Addreee: F J. OHKNET CO., Toledo, O. Bold bv all Dnnralats. The. Tnk. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. GOLDMAN SURRENDERS. I'NiTrn rEh8 i.basko wiim.l Nun Frnucifco, Feb. 2H. Hydney Goldman, charged with embezzling jewelry worth $2,000 from II. W. Turkey, a jeweler, surrendered to tne plire here today, 'A SOCIAL CONVERSATION' ' TITLE OF HIS WINNING ORA TION ON PROHIBITION. The tryout of the Willamette Unl versity Prohibition association at the university chapel last evening wag won by Frank Francis with his oration en titled "A Social Conversion." All the orations were of an extremely high type and the judging of the con test was no easy matter, owing to the excellence of the work of each contes tant. Walter Glieser, president of the local league, presided. The evening program was as follows: Piano solo, Lester Proebstel. Oration, "The Liquor Traffic and So cial Progress, Jacob Stocker. Vocal solo, Ava McMahon. Onution, "A Social Conversion," Frank 8, Francis. Oration, "The Eighteenth Amend ment," Mildred McBride. While the judges were making their decisions tho chairman called on I'rcsi dent Homnn for an impromptu talk. Ho spoke briefly in regard to tho war tho prohibition association was wngmg against the liquor traffic. Tho judges for the evening were: Thought and composition, Mise Edna Hawley, W. E, Kirk, Rev. J. II. Irvine; delivery, A. M. Crawford, E. B, Loek- hRi-t, Rev. E. P. Scbrock. L. M. Boggs & Company Will Bun Up- to-Date Grocery In Old Lawrence Location Here. 'QUALTTP GROCERIES" WILL BE SLOGAN OF NEW FIRM Numerous Changes .Will Be Made In Ar rangement of Store snd Good Ser vice Is Assured. , The latest change in the personnel of the South Commercial business firms is given out in the news that, beginning next Monday morning, the grocery on the corner of South Commercial and Ferry streets, for dearly a quarter of a century owned by the late J. M. Law rence, will pass into the ownership and control of two of Salem's most popular young men, who, under the name of L, M. Boggs & Co., will cater to all the varied wants that an up-to-the-minute grocery can supply in this city. The firm will consist of L. M. Boggs, who for a long time was employed in the store when it was run by Mr. Law rence, and who for several years has been a traveling salesman for grocery specialties. Associated with him is Paul L. Schmidt, who has long been a reei dent of Salem, and is one of its most enterprising and reliable young business men. Both are well known and both number their friends by the hundreds, The have been abundantly endowed with ambition and the ability to hustle and will be sure to make a success of their venture. They are the sole mem' bers of the compntny, and have prom ised to make many improvements for the benefit of their customers.- "Quality groceries" is the slogan they have chosen, and to that end thoy add a "service that will please." Mr. Boggs will be the manager. Numerous changes are to be made in the ar rangement of the store, and it is plan nod to remodel it entirely later. Since the death of Mr. LawTenee and until the close of business this evenrhg the store has been owned by Curtis & Baldwin, The old store will be dressed up in a brand new suit of paint when the Boggs company takes charge, and many im provements will be made. to EOLA FIRM SEEKING TO CON- TRACT 1000 CHICKENS FOR LAY ING PURPOSES. With one thousand pullets competing against the invasion of Chinese eggs, tho poultry ranch of A. N, Gilbert an R. I Patterson, at Eola, promises protect Salemites from the "yellow peril." Tho furm consists of several hundred acres, and tho industrious bid dies are not stopping to rear n.ny fam ilies whilo the poultrymcn are seeking broadcast for persons whp will dclive to thom in a fow months 1000 ready made hens. It is purely a market egg farm, although tho fancy poultry fen hire may bo added later. BAIN IS CHOSEN AS EDITOR OF WALLULAH AT ELECTION BOND ISSUE ELIMINATED AND APPROPRIATION REDUCED UNITED I'ltKHB LEASED Wilts. Washington, Feb. 2H. The house con ferees won out yesterday afternoon over tho senato conferees in their dis pute over the Alaska rtilroad bill. Af ter a long debute the senate conferees agreed to eliminate the bond issue and also to reduce tho Appropriation for $40,000,000 to $3.yioo,ooo. Tho adjustment practically ended all differences between the two houses of congress, but a final meeting of the conferees will be held Monday and then tho bill will go to the limine and sen ate for final approval. As the bill now stands, appropriations for the construe- ion of the railroad will be made an nually. James Read Bnin, of the sophomore class of Willamette university was lionon editor of the Wnllnluh, the vnrsity year book at a red hot election hold yesterday. itain was president of his class the first somester of tho year, composed the class song for Freshmen glee nnd is conceded to, bo one of tho most popu- ar students in tho university. His homo is nt Tillamook, , Hurry Rico was elected manager by an overwhelmingly msiontv. They will start the work of planning next year's book at once. Order your tea by name idgicqyslea England's favorite for over 70 years MANY OF THE TROOPS RECALLED. UNITED 1'IIEHS LEASED Willi.) Denver, Colo., Feb. 2H. Lacking state funds to keep the present strong force of militia in the Colorado coal mine strike zone, (iovernor Ainmoni yesterllny recalled all the state troops except tho cavalry, which he ordered concent rated in the Trinidad district. Mine owners were exceedingly fearful that, with the soldiers drparturo fresh lisorilitrs would break in the mining country. MINE PLANT ROBBED, vnitfd rncss mused wins (Irass Valley, Cal., Feb. 2. Compel ling tho two custodians of the .North Htiir mine's cyanide plant near here to break open the presses containing gold precipitates, masked bandits enrly yes terday scooixd the amalgam, worth about l,.r0(i, into bags and escaped with it. BOW MAKER IS DEAD. UNITED I'llKSS leased WlltE. Forest drove, Or., Feb. 28. F, K. Harues, 75 years old, known nil over tho world among professional archers as a bowmnkcr died here yesterday, lie has made bows for Will IT, Thomp son and other noted arrow shots, using Oregon yew, held superior to tho fam ous Knulish yew. He made, the bow with which Dr. ,T. W. Doughty of Ta coma Just year won the world's champ innship at Cuinliri'ige, Muss. CHURCH SERVICES-"' First Chorea of Christ. First Church of Christ, 440 Chemek- eta street. Services Sunday at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p. m., subject of Bible lesson, "Christ Jesus." Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; Wednesday even- ng testimonial meeting at 7:30 o'clock. Reading room in the church open every afternoon except Sunday and holidays. All are cordially invited to our services. Unitarian Church. Corner of Chemeketa and Cottage streets; Richard F. Tischer, minister. Sunday school 10 a, m.; Sunday service 11 a. m; (no evening service.) Sub ject: "The Call of the Spirit," All friends of liberal religion and of pro gressive thought are cordially invited to our services. Bring your friends. The Woman's alliance will meet with Mrs. J. W. Cox of 325 . Winter street next Friday at 2 o'clock. The Men's Liberal club will meet Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Professor Pat terson will be the speaker. W. O. T. U. . H. D. Tatman pastor of the United Bretheren church will address the gospel temperance meeting at 4 o'clock Sunday at Bamp memorial hall, corner Commercial and Ferry streets. Church of God. Services at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m.; morning service hlder A. Wilson will preach. The evening service will be conducted by Elder Swanson; Sabbath school at 10 a. m.; all welcome. Reformed (German). Corner Capitol and Marion streets; W, G. Leinkaemper, pattor; Sunday school at 10 a. m.; morning worship in German at 11 at which service a lenten sermon will be delivered. Even ing service in English at 7:30; sub ject: "The Second Commandmont. " First Methodist Episcopal Church. State and Church streets; Richard Noble .Avisos, D. D., minister; 9:45 a. m., Sabbath school, H. C. Tillman, superintendent; 11 a. m., sermon, "The Song of the Wells;" 12:30 p. m. class meetings; 3:00 p. m., Bev. J. H. Irvine will Bpeak at the Old Peoplo's home; 6:15 p. m., Epworth League will study "A Song of Trust and Deliver ance;" 7:30 p. m., sermon, "The Tinker of Estow and His Message," a character study. First Congregational Church. Corner of Liberty and Center; Porry Frederick Schrock, minister; Sunday school at 10 a. m. Public worship at 11 a. m,, and 7:30 p. m. Subject of morning sermon, "The Great Quo tion. " Stereopticon pictures will be used in tho evening service. "The Battle for Health," will bo the topic. Central Congregational Church. Ferry and South .Nineteenth Btrents; 10.00 a, m., Bible school; II a. m, pub lic worship with sermon by Professor J. T. Matthews; 8:30 p. m., Christian Endeavor, " The Lovo Vorse," 7:13 p. m., evening worship, sermon by the stor on "The Man Who Wouldn'a Do What He Could." Lutheran Church. East State and Eighteenth streets; George Koehler, pastor. Sunday school at 9:3(1; divine service at 10:30; Luther league nt 0:30 p. m.; evening service conducted in the English lnngungo at 7:30 p. m. Strangers are welcome. Friends South Salom Church. Situated nt the coinor of Commercial and Washington streets; Sabbath school 10 a. in.; meeting, 11 a. m. and 7 ; 20 p. m.; Emmet Newby, Sunday school superintendent. Charles It. Hcott will have charge of the meetings. Thcro may be some special gospel wings sung by either Bessie Edmund sou or Kiiimer Xcwliy. C. C, Hcott always has a special message. A cordial invitation is extended to all. I. H. S, A. The Salem class of tho International Bible Students' associa tion will hold their regular weekly study at 4.15 Court street, upstairs, Sunday at 10:30 a. m. lliideuomiiin tional. All Bible students welcome. No collection. Jasou Loe Methodist Memorial Church. North Winter and Jefferson streets, J. H. Jrvine, pastor; 11:00 Sunday si'hool, C. M. Huberts, superintendent; 11:110 a. m., sermon, "Scientific. Certi tude, versus Hahhazard Holies;" 0:30 p. in., Epworth league; 7:30 p. m. sermon, "The ureal riiyniciuii a .';jj ' """""""" I i . :' ALCOHOL 3 PKtt r.vtTn AVcgelalilePirfparailonlbrA. similalingtteFWacditania. ting (lur Siomodis aiuLOtwek of Promotes Dtestlonflwrfi- ness and fcsirontalns neitKr OpiumMorphine norMiacral NOT NARCOTIC. jitixifotdlksswaimmt Jtx.Sm ' MxMttUts- MtukaakSA CMafnlSIm: Anerfect Bemedv for Oorrsflp tlon . Sour StoiMtfi.Dlut1wa WorrusfJomlsarasJewriUr ness andJLossorStgg rSroile SifMrortof NEW YORK. i-v... ii i i, .i.,. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatun of 0 fiM Ax.r IV. IK IF In Use For Over Thirty Year s Exact Copy of Wrapper. VMS CUNTKUn MRHN1, NIW VON CITY. Heroic Treatment; " mid-week counsel of fellow-soldiers, Thursday 7:30 p. m. Qerman Baptist. Corner North Cottage and D streets, O, Schunke, pastor. Sunday services, 10 a, m., Sunday school; II a. m., proaching service; 7 p. m., young peo ple's meeting; 7:30 p. m., preaching service; Wednesday, 7:45 p. m., prayer meeting. All German speaking people heartily welcome to all services. Salvation Army. Captain Bnd Mrs, N. H. Lorenzen of ficers in charge; hall corner State and Liberty streets, in basement of Salom Bank and Trust Co; meeting every night at 8 p. m., except Monday and Thursday night; Sunday moetings Holiness meeting at 11 a. m; Sunday. school at 1:30 p. m.; Free and Easy, mooting at 3 p. m; Young People's mcoting at 6:30 p. m; Salvation meet- ng nt 8 p. m. All are heartily invited The Evangelical .Association. Chemokcta street church, corner 17th and Chemeketa streets, E. G. Horn sc.liuch pnstor, rosidence, 208 N. 17th streot. Services at 11 a. m and 7:30 in., Sunday school at 10 a. m. Young peoples meeting at 6:30 p. m., prayer- mooting on Thursday at 7:30 p. m. We extend a hearty welcome to all, ing to extort money from Judge H. M, Widney of Loa Angeles, was continued yesterday by Judge Lawlor nntij March 6. ' Coghlan represented Mrs. Vaughn during her first trial. VAUGHN HEARING CONTINUED ONITFD rilESS I.CAB&I) Willi. San Francisco, Feb. 28. Hecauso of the absence from tho city of Attorney M. C. Coghlan, tho case of Mrs, Mary Vaughn, who seeks retrial following her conviction on a charge of attempt A NOTRE DAME LADY'S APPEAL To all knowing sufferers of rheumatism, whether muscular or of the Joints, sciuticn, liinilmK"", backache, niilui In the kidneys or ncurulKla pitiim, to write to her for a home trciitniciit which lius rcpciwciily cured nil of tlicsu torturt-H. HIh feels It hur duty to send It to nil HU(l.rt-ri l-'ltKh. You cure yourself nt home as thnusnnitH will testify no cIuuiko of cllmnlfl helnif nccesmtry. This simple nscovury hniiiNiH-s uric iiciu from mo oiooo. .oohctim the ntiffciH-d joints, inirlliefl the hiond and hriKhteim theey.-, KiviuK elasticity snd bino to tho whole nyt.L-m, Jf the nhovo IntcrfHt you, for proof address Mrs, M Huuiuiurs, liux 11, Mulre Hume, lud. EDITORIAL WHITER STRICKEN, DNITKD 1'lir.SS t.KASKD WlllH.1 Oakland, Cal., Feb. 2H. Joseph K. Walter, for many years editorial, writer on tho Oakland Irihuiio was stricken by paralysis. and today his condition is considered critical. He foil a week ago, receiving injuries which had in capiciated him for work. MAY KEEP ON UNTIL AUGUST. ft'KiTmi rnr.ss i.iasio win. Washington, Feb. 2S. Members of the house interstate commerce commit tee predicted yesterday nftcmoou that congress would not adjourn before Auifiist. Debate in both houses over proposed trust legislation, they pointed out, would bo lengthy and delay ad journment. , ' Wnitemom II Shoe Polishes flNtST QUALITV LAWCEttT VARIETY i!F 1131 t.c':r.,t. ,.'.v' ,7i'..i'.v''i . W'f'r-" " r.nf i iM.l."iiio only Indies 'shoe ilrwilng that Minvely ...mism. Oil. Hlwks and 1'oll.liwln.lies' nit children's l,i and li"w, rtlaes hIUmhI rs blnn. "fHI.NCH HOSS," li"'. "U ANDV" ftnilniillu for Clnnlnl PH1"M aJIUiiiil.iif riiw't or lanhiw, See. '' l.li- - ..r , i. .,.,, f,,r ueiilliiii. il wlio tike pri"-'lnliavlnKlli.ir.hor.look Al. Kcar.lor Snd hi.tr. to all biark .how. MI.H " th a hru.b ,,rl.rth,6CMl... -l.flY H '"''." '"' Hm;t it cum. ft .li'fiiriiiil lint tHHtid ir III kin", uf blx k .hoes. 1'm.l.ln. oil. and wnn to oll.k and prrre the leather. H"" l-n with ry.loc. WlSSrt HUY SHINE ".am. price lb. erlee I " '" "" "" ''- k.r-n.r II4 uiepricni MOS. A CO.. all aiKana Blraal. Cmbrldg. MMi ' Slut iW4l in Iht WttU. STEAMER BAXONIA WRECKED. ON1TID FUll LIAB1D WIRI. Portland, Or., Feb. ?8. Hamburg- American line officials received cable dispatches yesterday from Tsing Tao, China, that the steamer Saxonia, due tere March 23, had collided with, a roef In the orient and suffered con siderable damage to her hull. The ex tent of the damage is not known. Some Rare Bargains in Choice Vacant Lots This Week Only ! ! Mr. Home Builder, now ia the tiiae to buy vacant lots, before the prices ad vance, as they are sure to do as soon as spring work begins. Hero are some rare bargains, which can be bought for about half value. ' , 0 $150 will buy a choice lot on a paved street, all assesments paid; clear title. $200 fine lot. Bishop's addition. n."0 beautiful lot, corner 17th and Stato. $.150 fine lot on State and 24th street $050 choice lot on Chemeketa street. $750 choice lot Fairmount Tark. $250 fine lot Cardwoll addition. $500 choice lot Oaks addition. $750 choice lot on Union street. $000 fino lot on Front street, close in Wo have a spcciall reduced price on nil above lots for this week only. Buy now beforo prices are sure to advance. Bechtel & Bynon 347 State Street. L. M. Boggs & Co. "QUALITY GROCERS" Announce the opening of their new store on Monday Morning March second at the Corner of Commercial and Ferry Streets (Formerly the X M. Lawrence Grocery) We invite your patronage I L. M. Doggs Paul I. Schmidt