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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 1. 1914.
PAGE FIVE I I Golf Shirts75 now go at 25 cent Brighton Pad Garters. l GJ now go at . . . . .xOC Broken lines of Men's Shoes 25 per cent Less See our special line of (tin MC Men's Suits at . . -plU aiM lD 'MMtttttttMtfrtttttftttt The Markets ettee The eastern wheat market is do pressed on account of the glowing corn prospects, but the effect is not yet felt in the coast, markets. There is still a good doniand from California millers and tho market is firm on the coast due entirely to local Auditions. The northwest so far this season has sent out more than 112,000,000 bushels, ll,l32,lUU going to California, and the flour shipments to that market equals at least 500,1)00 bushels more, or a total of 7,.r00,000 bushels for the season. Owing to the activities of the Oregou hen, eggs, in spite of the cold storage demand, arc shaded off a little, and still lower prices nre probable. Veg etables are in full supply coming most ly go far, from California; but already the earlier varieties, Oregon grown, sr.! coming to the markets. California strawberries are arriving rather plentifully, though the picking lins been interferred wjt)i by the recent rains. California as well as Oregon will hereafter thip strnwhorries, and probably nearly all others iu pint in stead of quart boxes. This will have a tendency to make the cost still high er. PORTLAND MARKETS. Wheat Track prices: Club, 02(592 cents; Iiluestem, $1; 1'ortyfold, l)3c; Red Kussian, 91c; Vulley, 03c Alillstuffs Bran, $23 per ton, shorts $25; middlings, $31. Flour Patents, $1.80 per barrol; straights, $1.20; exports, $3.80; valley, $1.80; gruhuni, $4.50; whole wheat $3.00. Corn Whole, 33.50; cracked, $33 per ton. " ' Hay Fancy Idaho timothy, $10.50; fancy eastern Oregon timothy, $14.00; timothy and clover, $1415; timothy and alfalfa, $1315; olover, $8.5010; oat and vetch, $10H; cheat, 10U; Oats-No. 1, whlto,W$255.50 per Barley Feed, 22.50 per ton; brew - ing, nominal, rolled, $23. Groceries Dried Fruits, Etc. T,! Fn,itAn.,W 10e ner ib. -II -. ' currants, 10c; apricots, 12 11c; -poach- ee, 8ffiUc; prunes, Italian, 8f5)10c; sil- i'o.. .!..- ...i au m loi, 'e9) "UK. .uu ui. w a5 JV4c; raisins, loose Muscatel, 8V4 7Ue: bleached Thomneon. llV,e: un bleached Sultanas, S'jot seeded, 7y4jDr"f p,r Ib rrnlui and Vegetables, Green Fruit Applet, 75t2.25 per bo; grapes, Malagas, 7.50(a9 per keg; imperors, ft per eg; crmaonrne., fi (S'l-.ou per Darrei; pears, 11.00. Clever Suits 1914' SPRING CREATIONS, distinctively SMART and UP-TO-THE-MINUTE, a Grand Stock comprising all of the clever new ideas. Quality, workmanship, style are all combined in our new Suits and Overcoats. We never lower standard for prices, but always give value plus, and you will find The Best Clothing Values Are Here smhu cent values, . 49c Potatoes Oregon, 75e per cwtj sweets, $2.50 per crate. Onion Oregon, $3.25$3.50 por sack. por Wheat, per bushel .....90c Oats and vetch .. $13.50 Clover, per ton . $1011 Dairy ana Country Produce. Butter Creamery prints, extra, 2')c por pound; cubos, 23(a24c. Eggs Orogon ranch, 19c per dozen. Cheose Orogon Triplets, 21c; Dai sies, 17e; Young America, 18c. Veul Fancy, UlgHt por pound. Pork Fancy, 1010V4o per lb. ProYiuions. Hams 10 to 12 pounds, lS19c 141bs., 192(fc; picnics, 14'jCj cottage roll, 1714c. Bacon Fancy, 2027c; standard, 1810c; English, 2122c. Lard In tiorccs, choice, ll1,4c; com pound, 9e. Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc. Hops 1913 crop, prime, 17(JilSc; 10M contracts, 15c. Wool Eastorn Oregon, 1016o pet lb; valley, 1217e. Mohair Choice, 2G(ui27e. LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKET. Hay, Timothy Uran, per ton Shorts, per ton Oats, per bushel .. Chittlm Bark, per lb. Cheat, per ton $15.00 , 25.00 $27.00 32c 4V5c $13.00 COfiflO $3.25 sack , Potatoes, per cwt ; Onions Buttoi and Eggs, Dutterfat, per lb., f. o. b. Salem....27c Creamery butter, por lb 2Sj j-,, j . Poultry. "pn- I"r lb. ..... I'oosters( per lb 14e 8c ! SXex I?00' 7 : J" cwt --50c '". tat, P H g9 o. Stock hogs, per lb -"(" 7 5 r. r'w"' 'Hr i Spring lambs, per lb, Veal, according to quality Piitl. Baited country pslta, tub. 85ctl Lamb pelts, aach , . i5 They have made lot of improvements in automobile But they have sever pvent , B0e gfUing his tail over tbs haet. EASTER NOT AWARDED CONTRACT FOR CON STRUCTING NEW PAVILION AT STATE FAIR GROUNDS. At a meeting of the state fair board Tuesday afternoon some changes wero made in the rneing program and con siderable other business was attended to. The contract for the construction of the new pavilion was let to I.eDonx & I.eDoux of Portland, tho price being $44,700. Tho work is to bo completed within 20 weeks. It was decided to put in a roque for tho purpose of holding a tournament, and $3110 was aprpoprinted for this pur pose. The racing program wns added to, there being a relay race to be run for a $1,500 stake, 0110 heat each day. Six running races for $l.r0 ench were added, and these arc in tho early clos ing class. Special dnys were set apart as fob loivs:"Monday, children's day; Tuesday Women's clubs and good ronds day; Wednenlny, Salem day; Thursday, Portland day; Friday, Press and Ore gon .Manufacturer's dny. Saturday, Sliriners' ilnv. DALLAS ELECTION FIGHT IS GETTING TO BE HOT ONE. With the city election but n week city politics ure waxing hot in this city. Wulter J. Coy, the man who brought an injunction lust summer ngninst the isunnee of a third saloon license in tho city, was reported ns being in the race for the office, of councilman from tho Third ward, This was an error, as Mr. Coy is not in the race, hut on the contrary, is managing the cunt pnign of W. I'. Miller, one of the lend ing anti-saloon odvnrntes in this sec tion. The fight in this ward promises to be a hnrdlv fought one. Pamphlets containing the ordinance upon whieh Mr. Coy plnceil a referendum petition have ben circulated over the city, and a warm fight is expected to develop over this ordinance. AWAIT APPEARANCE OF MAN WHOSE H0R8E KILLED EOT. Philadelphia, April 1. The police were waiting today to hear further from the anouymou letter writer ho informed them Tuesday of the denth of Warren Met ormiek missing since .March 12. from a horse. ' kick on the head. The Itter'i author said he was a farmer near town, that tho rhihf ran under his horse's feet after his hoop and vns Instantly kicked to death. Fearing he might be blamed, the writer stated, he buried the body on his farm but promised to reveal the spot if he was assured ho would not be punished. Detective Captain Camran made tho necessary promise through the news papers, provided the letter writer's story waa true, and the nan wse mo mentarily expected to appear at police headquarters. SHOESNOT GOOD BETTER BUT THE BEST - c&HpELiY yvAsteimade" The latest SHOE IDEAS the most authentic styles, all of which follow the exact trend of the fashions of the present moment in fact, SHOES "that are above all others" is style, comfort aAd durability, both for MEN and WOMEN now in our Shoe Department, . ready for your Easter Buying. You can buy Shoe satisfaction here. - FORMER COUNCILMAN WOULD CLOSE PLANT TO RECOVER $9,000 HE CLAIMS DUE. F. J. Lafky, former Salem council man and now mntingtr of tho city of LaCirande, through his attorneys tirant Corby ami John A. ( arson, yesterday filed a petition in the United States bankruptcy court in Portland in which it is asked that an order be Issued ile- j daring tho Hickory Bark Kemedy Co., ! of Salem, bankrupt. j .Mr. Lafky 's claims against the local jfirm amount to nearly $9,000. The Hickory Bark Kemedy Co. has its plant on south 12th street and hai heeu in business hero for nbout five year. Sheriff Kseh this morning nerved thu petition and summons upon" the man ager, Jlanr, anil the hearing will be held in Portland within a short time, I Take a Tablespoonf nl of Salts If Back I Hurts cr Bladder Bothers Moat J Forms Uric Acid, j Wo nro a nation of moat caters and our blood is filled with uric acid, says a well-known authority, who warns us to bo constantly on guard against kid ney trouble. , Tho kidneys do their utmost to free tho blood of this Irtitnting acid, but becomo weak from tho ovorwork; the get sluggish; the diminutive tissues clog and thus tho wnsto Is retained in tho blood to poison tho entire system, i When your kidneys acho and feel like lumps of lead, and you have sting ing pains In tho back or tho urino is cloudy, full of sediment, or the bladdor Is irritable, obliging you to soek roliof during tho night; wheu you have sovoro headaches, nervous and dizzy spells, sleeplessness, acid stomach or rhouma tism In lad weather, got from your pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts; tnlie a tublnspoonfut in a glass of water before breakfast each morning and In a few days your kidneys will aet fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and leinoti juice, combined with lithia, and has been used for generations to flush and stimulate clogged kidneys, to neutralize the acids in urine so it is no longer a source of irritation, thus ending urin ary and bladder disorders. I Jad Suite is inexpensive and cannot j injure; makoe a dcbghtful effervescent jlithiawater drink, and nobody cao make a mistake by taking ft little oc casionally to keep the kidneys cleaa loss bowed bim as did few events in and active. WHETHER BATTLESHIP OREGON WILL GO TO OREGON NAVAL MILITIA TO BE DETERMINED. The following letter from Secretary Daniels has been received by Governor West: "The question of assigning the Oro gon to tho Oregon Naval Militia after the exposition in San Francisco nj 1913 will bo taken under advisement, and. you will bo advised at a later date as to the decision reached in the matter. "To enable the naval militia of the country to participate iu the ceremonies attending the opening of the Panama canal and exposition in Sau Francisco, it will be necessary for congress to ap propriate especially for that purpose. It is understood unofficially that the v.,i ....intinn c rr..u., , States will take this matter up with congress at the proper time. Cntil such an appropriation is made, tho depart ment will be unablo to say whether your organization, or any portion of it, can be detailed an you request. In the event your organization is given op portunity to participate in tho opening of the canal it is not probable that it could be assigned to the U. S. 8. Ore gon for the cruise, as that vessel is to be ordered to the east coast before the formal opening of the canal, and at the present it is the intontion to man her ag far as practicable with men of the regular nvy who have served on board her." Also tho following was received at the same time: "Tho question of detniling shii of the regular service to cruise wiiu the naval militia of the country during? this summer is now boing considered. Until; that matter is settled, the department cannot say definitely that a cruise can be arranged for your organization. When tho subject is finally decided, you will be advised, and at that time bo informed iu tho matter of a cruise to Honolulu." Flush the Kidneys at Once When Back acne or Bladder Bothers Meat Forms Uric Acid. No man or woman wTio eats meat reg ularly can make a mistake by flushing the kidneys occasionally, says a woll known authority. Meat forms uric acid which clogs the kidney pores so they sluggishly filter or strain only part of the waste and poisons from tho blood, then you get Bick. Nearly nil rheuma tism, headaches, liver trouble, nervous ness, constipation, dizziness, sleeploss- Cart Blanche. Joel Chandler Ilnrrls, tho nutlior of "Uncle Komus," wns nt Ills desk 0110 nlglit whep nn old tlrao reporter looked over and suld: "Joe. how do you spell 'graphic?' With 0110 'f br two?" "Well," said the kindly Undo Itenius, who wns too gentle to hurt evon n common ndjoctivo, "If you nro going to use any, Hill, I guess you might as well go tho limit." A NOVEL f 11 u Klngsley Great Scott, old man, what under thu sun nro tlioso bits of Mgi In the frame? Ilettlson That, my boy, Is Towser's private collection of trmiHerlugs sam pled from the various limuraucu, lightning rod, true, uud look agents who liuvo called. I An Old Favorite t X .1. SONG LOVE mo If I llvet I.ova mo l( I die! Wluit tn me la lite or death Ho Hint thou be nlsh? Once I loved Hire rich; Now I love thca poor. Ah, wlinls thrro I could not Vat thy sake endure? ' XIm me for my Invel l'y me for mr pnlnt Come and murmur In my ear liuw thou loVit txritiil Uarry Cornwall. NECESSARY TO ADVERTISE IT EXPENDITURE OF OVER $1,000 ON ROADS PLANNED. The attorney general handed out several opinions today, among them K. Nodine, of Denmark, was told that in expending funds in cxeess of $1,000 for improvements on roads, that it is necessary to advertiso for bids for tho work, describing the improvement and this must be published iu some news paper in tho county. S. G. Sargent, superintndnt of banks was told that all members of tho federal reservo system must comply with tho stato laws relntivo to trust companies before doing a trust business. R. T. llughes, clerk of Harney county was auviscu tnal wlicro a county appropriated money for tho pur ! c'in"' an.(l c.q,.,!pn'en "J nn e-fPil''nt station, that it should be used for that purpose only. C. B. Zeek, of Bandon, was advised that a postmaster could also bo a notary public; and that a person learn ing to drive an automobile need not have a chauffeur's license so long as ho did not carry passengers for hiro. J. W. Shortridge of heeler, was in formed that a councilman of a city in corporated under title 2(1, of the code, must be a citizen of tho United States and of tho state of Oregon. I noss, bladder disorders come from slug gish kidneys. The, moment you foel a dullacho in kndneys or your back hurst, or if tho urine is cloudy, offensive, full of sodi niont, irregular of passage or attended by a sensation of scalding, bet about four ouncoti of Jad Salts from any relia bio pharmacy and take a tablcspoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a fow days and your kidneys will then act fino. This famous salts is made from tho acid of grapes aud lemon juice combined with lithia and has been used for generations to flush clogged kidneys and stimulnto them to activity, also to neutralize the acids in uriiio so it no longer causes irritation, thus ending bladdor disorders. Jad Salts is inexpensive aud cannot injuro; makes a delightful cftervoseeut lithia-wator drink which all regular meat eaters should take now and then to keep tho kidneys clean and the blood pure, thereby avoiding serious kidney complications. AA A A AA AAAAAA AA A A AA A A AAA A A Toots From the Jokesmith's Bugle VTTTTTVTVVVVTTTTTVTVVVrTf Realization, "When lirown wus it child everybody prodlcted that bo'd always be at tho front" "And la be?" "Yes. IIo's a door boy." Embarrassing. Dolly I lovo and 1 mu loved. Molly Then you muat bo perfoctly linppy. Dolly-Hut It isn't the aumu urn a I COLLECTION. a'".'. 1 ; "' ' - r ; -HH-4-H-H-H-!lH-I-H-l-WH-K- DONT8 FOR THE EYES. .1 Don't iiho I lie eyes when they nro tired or weak from Illness. Don't fneo lliu light when rend ing or bc wing. Don't neglect to bntho tho eyes befnro retiring to remove any dust that uiny liavo gathered on the lliln (luring tho day. Don't nllow it cold, rnw wind to strlko ttio eye. Don't try to get a cinder out of the oyo by rubbing tho Injured one, Hub tint other eye. Don't sleep too much or too lit tle. Too iniieh sleep weakens the eyes; too llttIO fatigues them. mm -: 1 HOPKINS SURPRISED BY MARSH AL WHILE SLEEPING IN CON CRETE LODGING HOUSE. ' Monr.t Vernon, April 1. Charles Hopkins, tha tattooed murderer, wa brought to Mount Vernon yesterday af ternoon from Concrete,, Wash., where ho was arrested by City Marshal Glov er early yesterday morning, as ho lay asleep in a lodging house. Glover disarmed and manacle,! Hop kins before tho murderer awakened. His clothing torn ami tattered, his eyes bloodshot, unkempt and travel stained, Hopkins looked tho part of thq murderer. The proprietor of the lodg ing house noticed the tattoo marks on his hands when Hopkins cumo in and notified the marshal. ' Four guns were found In Hopkins' room. Marshal Glover telephoned from Concrete to the sheriff's office here that tho prisoner was sleeping with a loaded automatic, gun In his hand and had four other revolvers in holsters be side his bed when arrested. Ho has been positively identified, it is said by the sheriff, by the letters "Love" tattooed across the fingors of his right hand. The hand was warred where ho had tried to blister off the murks. CARD OF THANKS. Wo wish to thank .our friends and neighbors for their kind assistnuce dur ing tho illness and death of our wifo and mother. Also for tho beautiful floral pieces. John Schaupp, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Wechter, Mr and Mrs. William Wechter and Fnmilv. Hero is ona Mr. Investor you must not over look! Modern 7-room house with bath, toilet, electric light and fix tures'; good bnru and chicken house; bearing fruit trees, berries, lawn and flowers; nearly an aero of ground, rich deep dark loam soil, on a paved street and paid for; property is well worth $3,000, but tho owner has written us to sell at a. sacrifice that he needs tho money, If sold boforo April 5th will take $2,000, part cash. TRACTS 1 5 acres all plow land $02"! 10 acres all plow land $1,230 20 acres all plow laud $2,500 Any of tho above tracts can bo bought for $100 down, bnluneo to suit. Soil deep rich black loam nnd all under cultivation. ' DAIRY OR STOCK FARM Fino 2S0 acre farm $00 per acre; well improved with modern buildings, bungalow, 3 bams, silo, windmill, water piped to hnuso and bam. cnr McCoy. . 1 RICH PRUNE LAND. 50 acrcH, 35 acres cultivateii, 15 acres timber, in heart of tho great prune belt. Poscdnlo district. Only $S0 per aero. Terms, Choice Business Property, Choice Warehouse Sites. Houses for Rent. Money to Loan. Wo write Insurance Fire, life, nutu, liability, Surety bonds, best com panies. Bechtel & Bynon 047 Stato Street. and .. : . Frail Womc - suffer dUcomfort are langi fretful, and nervous, bernune t Mood U thin or instillicient, If those so nllllctcd could t'l realize the wonderful hlood-n ing properties of SCOTT'S EMUL they would not deprive thenme of its benefits. Nourishment alone not drug 1 alcohol makes blood and Sec Emuliion is the essence of mci nourishment free from wil r alcohols or opiates. . SCOTT'S EMULSION onirmnlij (illt hollow cAmAs. overcome 1 . languor and mahtl tranquil neroee. . , ... n 1ry) Rtluie Subttitatesv. "I fcagt-fcjuei t.i-mj:w.i'i:ui.ffl-,ffl3' "'Arrow COLLAR Por Summer Wns, 2 for Me. OtwH. PcuWyty Ar rrnnimnv. Twy. New Turk SNAPS n .nun, iiwv 1 1 iHWMMI!lflx