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TTE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. EA TTJKDA Y. JTJN2 6, 1914.
PAGE 8EVTW ! lirrn DUMDrD Id A BANG-UP MACHINE The Markets Good Buys in Real Estate 5 acres of good land all set to Italian I'm n a trees, small house, barn, well, good drainage. Four miles south of Ha loin. Trice $1500. 1300 rash, bal ance to suit at 6 per cent interest. This: new crop, but growers and dealers are Cheese, limburger 19c; Wisconsin 18 -! The demand for grain of all kinds bricks 27c; city creamery subes 2Se; is weak, and for wheat practically none bricks 27c; Oregon cubes 23c; bricks at all. Huts oi su cents are maiie ior.z-ic. is a good buy. 10 acres of good land all under cul tivation. Good new five room bunga low, 'barn, well, chicken house; 3Vj miles from falem. Price 13300. tricts are at Aurora, attending the I meeting there. Cables from the con- Acre tracts just outside of the city limits, all in orchard, good locution. Come in and see us about them. Trice HOO per acre, 2o down, 5 per month. ' tinent and England show lice have at tacked tne vines ana are doing mncn damage. Trices are stiffening on this account. The arrival of three cars of canta- alike waiting to see the results of the ( 19c; fcwiss 20c; Oregon 15(16c; next month. The wheat crop is prac- vtasnington lo(a ibc. tically made, but still there is a chance) Onions, green 2025e per dozen; for trouble, and until this chance has j Texas $2.30(n$3 per crate; Australian been eliminated there will be nothing 5( "c per pound. doing. Indications are for a world 'si flutatoes, local $14($16; eastern bumper crop, and this means lower) Washington $1i(i20; California new 2e price. There is little doing in hops fi2?4c per'pound. locally, and today hop growers and dealers from all the hop-growing dis Can Develop 101 Horsepower, Go 60 Miles Per Hour, and Throw 700 Gal lons of Watr Per Minute. 320 acres of land in Colorado to trndo for Willamette Valley property. What have yout 40 acres of land, 20 acres cleared, house, barn, running water, fine spriug, about 600 cords of good. wood. 6j miles from Salem. Trice $3730. 3 acres of good land all under culti no vation. New 5-room house, barn, well, chicken house, some 'orchard, close to street car line. Trice $2630; one-half cash balance to suit at 6 per cent int. If you are looking to buy, trnde or sell, see us. ( W. H. Grabenhorst&Co. Boom 2, Bush Bank Bldg. JIM WILLS0N Says plenty of time yet to plant pota toes and ho has some of the best land in the Valley cut into ' acre tracts. Located 4',i miles north of Salem on UNION STOCK TABDS REPORT. Tortland, Friday, June 5. Receipts ! for the week have been, cattle 1007, calves 99, hogs 4480, sheep 8190. CATTLE. The cattle division showed consider- loupes at Tortland on top of an already I strength and firmness this week, loaded mnrket sent prices down from . especially during the first period, when 4 to $2.50. 'Strawberry receipts fell top on best hay fed steers advanced a off on account of the weather and dime, $7.83 to $7.90. Later the market .... . I .... i i : . e i i . j 1 prices are a trifle better. The season u on iu u mruicr levei oi i.io, Salem fire laddies are proud as a mother hen with a dozen c'aicks now that the new auto pumper has arrived and standing in the central statioa. They have reason to be proud, too, in view of the fact that the new machine is the finest the department has ever owned. The new pumper can develop a J0l horsepower. It is finished in every de tail and is uapaDle of traveling at a speed of 60 miles an hour. At a 120 pound pressure, the machine can throw 700 gallons of water a minute from three lines of hose and can throw 900 gallons with ease under greater pres sure. The city will pay $9,000 for the gas wagon. The color scheme of the new machine is about the same as that of the chem ical auto. It is equipped with an elec tric self-starter, powerful head lights EAT; MAY BE INSANE I Man Is Afraid Food Will Dura Him Up Says Mysterious Person Tried to Set Firs to His Bed. Acting upon the advice of a mys terious man whom be claims follows him around, II. H. Oilman, a prisoner in the county jail awaiting trial on a charge of obtaining money under false pretenses, refuses to eat his meals for j fear they will burn him up, according to his own statement, (i ilinn n was captured in Ashland and brought acre' by Deputy Sheriff W. I. Nccdhain, aft-' er parsing a spurious check on the Hotel Marion of this city for $10.' Oil-, man continued his trip down the val ley passing worthless checks in eachj town where ho stopped at the best ho- j tela and was not captured until he had .reached Ash and. H i is also wanted in Tortland on similar charges, and from the methods pursued by him the au thorities believe he is an experienced confidence man. He was placed iu the Marion county is about over, however, and the red raspberries are taking their place. Toultry receipts are heavier, especial ly hens. The egg season is drawing to a close and they are quoted at 22 to 23 cents. Dairy products are unchang ed and hogs are lower with a corre sponding lowering of prices for dress)-' jd meats. From the east comes the cheering news that business generally is improving. LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKETS. Hay, timothy $15.00 Clover, per ton - $910 lambs $3.50 to fl.0O. Oats and vetch $1 Wheat, per bushel 90c Bran, per ton $27.00 Shorts, per ton ..$29.00 Oats, per bushel K2c Chittim bark, per lb Piffioc Cheat, per ton $ls Potatoes, per cwt 4030c Butter and Eges. Buttcrfat, per lb., f.o.b. Salem 23c Creamery butter, per lb -t c hut was in good shape, and one car of fancy baby beef selling at $8.13 fea tured. Butcher lines were all firm with a good demand. HOGS. Receipts of hogs heavy. Extreme top $7.90, with bulk moving at $7.73 aud $7.S0. " " SHEEP. Mutton offerings large. Total re ceipts approximated 8,000 up to Friday, but prices held steady. A few choice yearlings sold at $3.00; old wethers at 4..)0 and ewes 4.0U to 4.33; spring Bulk of receipts and a reversable searchlight. The en-! jail a few weeks ago, but never attack gine has six cylinders and is construct ed on the most modern lines. It will probably be two or three weeks before an official test will be made of the pumper, and after that part or ine program nas Deen . gone ed the jail fare with the rvidity of the other prisoners, who tried to per suade him to eat. ile was moody and during the lust few days he has eaten nothing at all. Mr. .eedham miestion-; led the prisoner this morning after Oil through with the machine will go into man hud thrown a . chair across the Servieft nflil thn tinrvoa will ha t,nnD. hfllhrnnm fit fhn service and the horses will be trans ferred to the street department. CONVICTED Or PERJURE bathroom at the nivsterious man and broken some of the plumbing. Oilmnu said that the man was in the room and thnt a few nights ago had tried Oregon Electric Round Trip Rates to XlfHsllS roi uana nose resuvai I (Tickets sold from all stations, June 7 to 12, good to return until June 15.) "June Time TRose Time Good Time Portland." Coronation Ma rine Pageant Rose Show. ' 10 Great Fire Specta tacle Floral Parade. 11 National Balloon bud Pageant. 12 Daylight Parade and Electrical Pa geant Night. IAN GOES TO M'NIIL'S ISLAND r $7.90 .83 from Western Oregon points. Tho following sales are representative:- 41 steers 1179 1.13 steers 12.13 32ti steers 13.13 5S steers 1213 7 cows 1210 54 cows 1037 5 cows 1221 17 cows 1023 Kaiser Bottom. This is a black sandy J Eggs 19c! 1393 hogs loam soil thnt will produce anything that will grow in Oregon. Trice $173 per lU're. Terms, $100 cash, balance $10 per month, or pavments may be mnde semi-annually, and when this In ml j steers is sold it will be impossible to got any Cows, per cwt, more line id ior any sucn juice. Let me show you these, before they are all gone. JIM WILLS0N THE BARGAIN MAN 141 In. High Street. NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY BURQHARDT & MEREDIT3 Resident Agents. 885 Stto Strew Poultry. Hens, per lb 12c lioostors, per lb Sc Steers. 7 (a Sc. office Hoifs, fat, per lb "ffiSc Stock hogs, per lb flijfg'c Ewes, per lb 5c Spring lambs, per lb He Veal, according to duality ll(al2Vc i relts. I Dry per lb Sc Saifed country pelts, each C5c$l I Lamb pelts, each 23c : 200 953 hops 1S4 54SI hops .' 158 207 hoys 17 1 bull 1150 1 stag 1090 5 heifers f"R7 ft calves 173 410 lambs 74 340 year 9t 5S0 wethers 114 414 ewes 92 O. M. Tliniimer, Secy -Treas., Tortland Union Stockvards Co, Tacoma, Wash., Juno (I. Convicted of perjury by a jury in Scnttle, Joseph Bressi today began serving a sentence of one year and gne day at McNeil's Island. , Bressi came to the United States nine years ago and since "ien has been a 7.70 j good citizen. He was arrested, how 7 .HO 1 ever, for perjuring himself in his np 7.00 1 plication for naturalization papers. Ho 6.90 testified at his citizenship hearing that (i.73 ' ho had never been implicated in any 6.33 i crime. The United States district nt 7.90 j torney learned thnt he had murdered 7.85 in Italy and had served a prison scnt 7.80 enco for the offense. 7.75 "I only wanted to hide my past and 6.00 j start life anew," brokenly explained 7.00 (Bressi on his way the penitentiary. 0.25 I ' I wanted to become a citizen, and all 9.00 I sought was a chance to make good in 6.00 this country and have n vote like oth 5.00 I er men." 4.85 - , 4.351 DnocrirTT n wtt t odtiv tt I FALL IN COLoiwO to set fire to his bed. Oilman was questioned by a doctor this morning, and though the physician made no defi nite examination said timt the man ap peared to be insane. However, Mr. Nccdhain is taking no chances with the prisoner, who may be attempting to work" a clever ruse to escape prosecution, and if he becomes violent he may bo committed to the asylum, but in the meantime will re main in jail awaiting trial on several ua."gc. i AUTO ATOMS. Salem to Portland and Return, $2 Fast, frequent train service and comfort. C. E. Albin, General Agent Salem, Oregon Visit Clatsop Beach Low Week-End Rates. Limited train service. Information of O. E. Agents. Ticket Office 5th and Stark, Portland Milady of tho auto when on the boulevards will held a " parnsoletto" which has frames jointed to ward off the sun from any direction and to keep fiom blowing inside out. For men there art) new dint coats in linen, silk mohair and poiif.ee with dust shields in the sleeve.; and narrow uol'-I I gle pockctn. j BERRY BOXES The waterproof "duttle bag" is quite the thing ia which to store away; cluthing. RIFLES ARE SMUGGLED. Denver, Colo., June 0. Kdward Cot- tigan, progressive candidate for gover- I The old-fashioned poke bonnet, with; i the little red, red rose 111.0.1 it to' SEATTLE MARKETS. I Belfast, .Tune 0. That 1,000 more nor, just back from the east, declared ! be worn with veils (.birred around the' ! Mauser rifles for use in resisting Irish I today that Colonel Roosevelt nndoubt-! crown, are quite faddy jut now, ISlack : ' nomo rule nail neen smuggled into ii-ieoiy win spean in io;ornuo during moisiiuw wun wmie ven unu racing miner n Seattle, June 6. Kggs fresh ranch ster was learned here today. It was tall campaign. The progressive slogan, the brim or a grey with the red facing! 25f(i2(ie; Orientals 18c. said they were landed from a yacht atll'ostigan added, 'will be "Social, inland veil lire real striking. Butter, country creamery cubes 2fic; 1 Donnghndee, Id miles from Belfast, i dustrial and political lustice." A sn there is rim mnnvr tm-li!iii u-liicli i : i. : i .i i c i : . ill' in oimiini; jor ioiui;mi v nmoiig llli' chic women drivers. The crown is silk, the rolling bi im is straw, tiie I lowers aro ofstraw mid the shadow veil of the same color of the hat is caught up in tne back. $2.50 Ironing Board for m Seventy-five Cents. i With every Electric Flat Iron purchased from us during the month of June we will sell one of the celebratea $2.50 Springer Ironing Boards for the nominal sum of 75c see them on display in our window at State and Commercial Streets. This is a bona fide special sale, introduced for the purpose of creating a large sale of the housewife's "Best Friend'9 THE ELECTRIC FLAT IRON lor the youngsters the folding ham mocks, self-filling air pillows und little mattresses are invaluable. ! AND CRATES We Manufacture All Kinds of Boxes and Crates. Get our prices I And for May Vanity Girl Micro are 'the new toft leather pom-lies with little pockets all around inriile holding: the :littini!s. There i a minor in the bot tom. Oho of tiiu ino;'t striking beau ties of it is that no' one would guess it is a vanitv case. That frivolous young Miss Tango has now interjected herself into tho manu facture of automobile'. ; Tangoers, niaxixrr, one-steppers, duck-wadillers Mid all the other lolks '' who pursue and espouse new-fangled dances are being fared for by makers of high-grade automobiles. I his w as exposed by a tangoing young heiress of I'ittsburg, l'a., who made a trip to ( leveland, ()., last week to see some model of quality ears. Tom iioyle, as-ii-tnnt sales manager of the 11. Rem-iis company, was showing the discriminating voting lady some Stearas-Kniglit cars. I "Oh-o-oh, isn't tnat -dtar, ' ' she en : thusiiistically gurgled as slm rublieir : the palm of lier hand over the sinootr, 'hnidwood floor of tne car, "What is that for " "That?'' Boyle demanded, "why that is the tango floor." "How sweet,'' the young lady pur red. "I think this one-will do, tiiauK you." paulding Froal and Ferry Lo gging Co. Phone 1830 ' X SriXIAL NIGHT TRAIX3 X 't ACCOUNT Portland Rose Festival I June 10-11-12 I ROUND TRIP FARE S2.00 SALEM TO PORTLAND Corrcjpoading low round-trip fares all ottor points 1 VIA THE t MP A MY A VMM A &.JL V a 5 THE ELECTRIC C Telephone 85 STATE AND COMMERCIAL STREETS, SALEM, ORE. I If a man cannot go pleasure riding in a car all his own, it is now a pretty j Kafe wager that ha can often go in his neighbor's. ! California, wilh ono automobile to; 20 persons, is the best state iu the I union for the fellow who depends on I his neighbor for joy rides. It leads , the run. try from a per capital point. New Voik, with 121.70.1 ears, owns I the greatest total number of cars, al-i though Massachusetts with one ear to' lever il persons has a better per cap-J I ita percentage. j i Tho groat fanning i-tnto of minors . has !iO,322 antc, or one to every ti2 ; persons. Minesota, Iowa, .Missouri,; ' Michigan ami Indiana, all neighbors j to Illinois, have per capita percentages' j of from one car to 3li persons to one ; car to 111) persons. ! "Tho I'a'-il'io ioa.-'t, middle, western1 , farming and eastern Atlantic states,1 i are the best Larom ters by which to rrad the health of business," said I!, j If. York, vice-president of the F. fi. ' ; Steams company, Cleveland, O., in com-j ! inenting upon thf statistics. i "Our largest distributing points for .-Meanis-rWnght cars are in t alifornia, Chicago, New York and Hoston, wiiieii prove to bo the leading auto centers. : You may be a.-sud that when there 1 can be one auto to every 20 to 200 per- ! . sone, in every state iu the union, that business is on a good healthv basis." T I No wonder Holomon was the chain- ! pion wise man, with l0C0--wives to coach him. j 17 SUNSET I I0GUE.NS3H1STAI I I I r0UTE5 J I The Exposition Line 1915. Tho Rose Festival of Portland this year will eclipso cvsry ' thing previously held. This City will keep open house to all its guests, and will provide amusement and entertain ment that will be worth a journey of many miles to see. HISTORICAL AND ALLEGORICAL FLOATS representing the history and progress of Oregon and its industries Civil nnd Military l'arades imports on Land and Water (Ira nil Festival Hall, etc. SPECIAL ROSE FESTIVAL TRAINS (To accommodate patrons desiring to return to their homes - after the night parades, the S. V. will run Special Night Trains i'ortland to Salem, stopping lit intermediate points, I WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY NIGHTS t June 10, 11 and 12th. T Leaving Cr.ion Depot 11:00 p. m., Kant Morri- I son Street I1:0S p. m. Arrive Hi lem iComruer- f cinl St.) 12:55 a. m. t Tickets on sale from oil points on the S. r., Rosebarg and all points I north; also from points on tho P. E. & E., C. & E., S. F. C. & V. and J P. R. & N., June 7 to 12 Inclusive. t. Tinal return limit all points June 15. J John M. Scott, General Fassenger Agent, Portland, Ore. --f